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Chengyan Yue, Helen H. Jensen, Daren S. Mueller, Gail R. Nonnecke, Douglas Bonnet, and Mark L. Gleason

in appearance as conventionally grown apples. Although the additional income from the higher price of an organic product may have appeal, higher costs and risks in production as well as consumers' discounting of inferior appearance may deter apple

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Kellie J. Walters and Christopher J. Currey

recorded for 10 plants per treatment per replication, and the percentage of reproductive plants was calculated. The number of nodes with expanded leaves was counted, and node appearance rate was calculated (node number/time to harvest) on nonreproductive

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Steven A. Sargent, Adrian D. Berry, Jeffrey G. Williamson, and James W. Olmstead

assessments. For both seasons initial MH and HH samples from each cultivar ( n = 4 clamshells/treatment) were rated (1 d after harvest) for overall appearance, percent soft fruit and percent shriveled fruit, then the contents of each clamshell were frozen at

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Pimjai Seehanam, Danai Boonyakiat, and Nithiya Rattanapanone

= slightly off-flavor, 2 = moderately off-flavor, and 1 = extremely off-flavor. Fruit taste was rated “unacceptable” when the taste score was below 3. Visual appearance. Tangerine fruit were rated for visual quality, wilting, and shriveling using a

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Michael V. Mickelbart, Michael J. Gosney, James Camberato, and Kelly M. Stanton

and S. tomentosa growth and appearance are affected by soil pH higher than that found in their natural range. The growth, appearance, and leaf nutrient content of S. alba (grown from seed of three different geographical origins) and S. tomentosa

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Shinyoung Kim, Stephen L. Meyers, Juan L. Silva, M. Wesley Schilling, and Lurdes Siberio Wood

University. A hedonic scale of 1 to 9 was used to rate the appearance, aroma, flavor, texture, and overall liking of each of the frozen dessert samples. Statistical analysis For descriptive analysis (phase one), a randomized complete block design was

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M. Lenny Wells

physiology of lateral buds resulting from unseasonably low temperatures rather than genetic instability ( Cole and Hunter, 1965 ; Sparks, 1992 ). Although the abnormal appearance of these flowers has been reported previously, no data are available in the

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Molly Felts, Renee T. Threlfall, and Margaret L. Worthington

determine how physicochemical attributes are perceived when evaluated by a human subject ( Contador et al., 2017 ). Previous sensory studies on peaches indicated attributes such as appearance, aroma, flavor, sweetness, sourness, and texture were common

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Satoru Motoki, Hiroaki Kitazawa, Tomonori Kawabata, Hiroaki Sakai, Ken-ichi Matsushima, and Yasunori Hamauzu

tip) on rutin content. We also investigated the effect of these factors on a quality index based on appearance, spearhead tightness, and SSC (Brix value), which is closely associated with flavor ( Kohmura and Watanabe, 2005 ). Materials and Methods

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Keith A. Funnell

vegetative shoot (stage a ) and anthesis, 1075 ± 118 GDD (T BASE = 5 °C) were accumulated and 883 ± 91 GDD between the appearance of the tips of the leaf lamina (stage b ) and anthesis. Across all cold storage and forcing treatments, anthesis (stage e