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Rachel S. Leisso, Ines Hanrahan, James P. Mattheis, and David R. Rudell

.522 ± 0.0087 g 100 mL −1 , and internal ethylene concentration (IEC) = 0.78 ± 0.072 μL⋅L −1 . The starch index indicates fruit were climacteric although the IEC indicates otherwise. Susceptibility to soggy breakdown typically increases with harvest

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Ashley A. Thompson and Gregory M. Peck

was visually assessed using the Cornell Starch-Iodine Index ( Blanpied and Silsby, 1992 ). Peel color was visually assessed as the percentage of the apple surface that was red. Fruit internal ethylene concentration was measured from 1 mL of gas drawn

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Valeria Sigal Escalada and Douglas D. Archbold

composition of volatiles by post-harvest application of alcohols to Red Delicious apples J. Sci. Food Agr. 35 1318 1325 Bramlage, W.J. Greene, D.W. Autio, W.R. McLaughlin, J.M. 1980 Effects of aminoethoxyvinylglycine on internal ethylene concentrations and

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Jennifer R. DeEll and Behrouz Ehsani-Moghaddam

Cornell Starch Chart ( Blanpied and Silsby, 1992 ). Apples were cut in half at the equator and rated on a scale of 1 to 8, in which 1 = 100% starch staining and 8 = 0% staining. Internal ethylene concentration (IEC) was determined by withdrawing a 3-mL

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Jennifer DeEll and Behrouz Ehsani-Moghaddam

maturity at the time of harvest was evaluated on a 10-apple sample for each cultivar at each harvest time. Internal ethylene concentration (IEC) was determined by withdrawing a 3-mL gas sample from the core of each fruit using a syringe and injecting the

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Adrian D. Berry, Steven A. Sargent, Marcio Eduardo Canto Pereira, and Donald J. Huber

-methylcyclopropene and hypoxia-mediated reduction in internal ethylene concentration Postharvest Biol. Technol. 60 83 91

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Yosef Al Shoffe and Christopher B. Watkins

replicates of 10 fruit (fruit for every replication came randomly from 10 trees) each were used at harvest for initial assessments from each orchard during the two seasons. The internal ethylene concentration (IEC) of each fruit was measured on gas samples

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Christopher B. Watkins

, compared with others ( Fig. 1 ). These responses may be a combination of the effects of the internal ethylene concentration (IEC) at harvest and the physiology of the cultivars in their abilities to develop new ethylene receptor sites. The IEC at harvest

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James P. Mattheis, David R. Rudell, and Ines Hanrahan

ethylene concentration (IEC) was analyzed as described previously ( Lumpkin et al., 2014 ). Ethylene and CO 2 were analyzed in gas samples obtained from four replicates of five fruit held in 3.79-L glass jars sealed with teflon lids with two gas ports

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Gorka Perpiñá, Jaime Cebolla-Cornejo, Cristina Esteras, Antonio J. Monforte, and Belén Picó

.B. Jiang, Y.Y. Xu, X.F. Lv, D.Q. 2012 Ethanol treatment inhibits internal ethylene concentrations and enhances ethyl ester production during storage of oriental sweet melons ( Cucumis melo var. makuwa Makino) Postharvest Biol. Technol. 67 75 83 Moreno, E