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Chunyu Zhang, Xuesen Chen, Hongwei Song, Yinghai Liang, Chenhui Zhao, and Honglian Li

selection over many years, and were cultivated for their fruit and as rootstocks ( Kuznetsova et al., 2010 ; Meng et al., 1997 ; Zhang, 2008 ). Volatile components have a huge impact on fruit quality, and are thus an important factor in apple breeding

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James J. Polashock, Robert A. Saftner, and Matthew Kramer

., 2005 ) and the mechanism of disease resistance among cultivars is not known. Aromatic volatiles contribute to the aroma and flavor of fruit and vegetables, including highbush blueberry ( Forney, 2001 ). Emitted volatiles from highbush blueberry fruit

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Shao-chang Qin, Juan-ling Li, Abdul Kareem, and Yong Wang

that includes polyphenols ( Tariq et al., 2010 ). Other compounds are alkaloids (caffeine, theophylline, and theobromine), amino acids, carbohydrates, proteins, chlorophyll, volatile organic compounds (chemicals that readily produce vapors and

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Simona Pinnavaia, Emilio Senesi, Anne Plotto, Jan A. Narciso, and Elizabeth A. Baldwin

(TA), pH, soluble solids content (SSC), volatiles (only ‘Hamlin’), microbial population, texture, appearance (only ‘Hamlin’), and flavor. Microbial assays. For each replication, three representative slices were taken from each container and

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Ying Kong, Ming Sun, Hui-tang Pan, and Qi-xiang Zhang

speculated that the vase life of cut rose was negatively correlated with fragrance, but recently it has been found that neither exogenous nor endogenous ethylene had any effect on volatile emission in roses ( Borda et al., 2011 ). Floral scent emission

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Fritz K. Bangerth, Jun Song, and Josef Streif

Aroma volatiles are an important attribute of flavor in almost all tree fruit. Their significance was recognized by fruit physiologists quite early ( Power and Chestnut, 1920 ), but wholesale and retail personal and even horticulturists have only

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Maheshwari Asha, Mmbaga Margaret, Bhusal Bandana, and Ondzighi-Assoume Christine

-promoting hormones; cell wall-degrading enzymes for plant protection against pathogens; production of antibiotics, 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylate deaminase, and siderophores for nutrient acquisition; and volatile compounds that may function in various ways (D

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Shea A. Keene, Timothy S. Johnson, Cindy L. Sigler, Terah N. Kalk, Paul Genho, and Thomas A. Colquhoun

composed of mixtures of volatile organic compounds (VOCs or volatiles) that are mostly lipophilic liquids with high vapor pressures at ambient temperatures ( Pichersky et al., 2006 ). Floral volatiles typically fit in the families of terpenoids

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John C. Beaulieu, Rebecca E. Stein-Chisholm, and Deborah L. Boykin

considered the most productive of all RAB and is generally the standard to which RAB are compared. Volatile Compounds in Rabbiteye Blueberries An extensive literature search indicates that volatile and semivolatile compounds in RAB appear in only three papers

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Céline Jouquand, Craig Chandler, Anne Plotto, and Kevin Goodner

, 2000 ; Pelayo et al., 2003 ; Pelayo-Zaldívar et al., 2005 ; Schulbach et al., 2004 ; Shamaila et al., 1992 ; Ulrich et al., 1997 ; Wozniak et al., 1997 ). Sugar and volatile contents were found to be important biochemical components that influence