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Magdolna Tóth, Gitta Ficzek, Ildikó Király, Szilvia Kovács, Mária Hevesi, Júlia Halász, and Zsolt Szani

.3 cm in diameter. Sepals are medium in size with fully open locules. Flesh color is light yellow. Fruit is crisp, quite juicy, balanced sweet-tart, and pleasantly aromatic. ‘Hesztia’ requires two picks. It develops internal disorders below 2 °C in air

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Jorge A. Osuna-Garcia, Jeffrey K. Brecht, Donald J. Huber, and Yolanda Nolasco-Gonzalez

recommended time, temperature, or both are exceeded for insect or decay control, heat damage is observed (blanching of skin, lenticel darkening, mottled and uneven ripening, internal cavitation, and peduncle collapse) ( Kader, 2012 ). Furthermore, it is

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Maycon Diego Ribeiro, Rhuanito Soranz Ferrarezi, and Roberto Testezlaf

and larger seedlings, with roots that filled nearly the full internal volume. As shown in Table 1 , there was an average leaking volume of 3.58 L per bench per irrigation event, although there was no significant difference between the units ( P = 0

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Kathleen Delate, Andrea McKern, Robert Turnbull, James T.S. Walker, Richard Volz, Allan White, Vincent Bus, Dave Rogers, Lyn Cole, Natalie How, Sarah Guernsey, and Jason Johnston

, exhibited the largest amount of senescent breakdown, and after 4 months showed higher amounts of splitting. On the other hand, conventional ‘McIntosh’ apples stored in controlled atmosphere (CA) showed the most internal browning after 8 months, and when

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Cristina Pisani, Mark A. Ritenour, Ed Stover, Anne Plotto, Rocco Alessandro, David N. Kuhn, and Raymond J. Schnell

) direction. The maximum force was recorded. Internal quality was evaluated on the same fruit used in destructive tests. Fruits were cut in half and assessed relative to the outer and cut surfaces displaying a disorder or rot, using the rating scale from the

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Paweł Wójcik, Anna Skorupińska, and Hamide Gubbuk

scald, water core, senescent and internal breakdown, and Jonathan spot). The storability of such fruits is lowered ( Faust and Shear, 1972 ; Raese, 1996 ; Shear, 1975 ). Moreover, Ca-deficient apples are also susceptible to bitter rot, and gray and

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Christine Schumann, Henrik Jürgen Schlegel, Eckhard Grimm, Moritz Knoche, and Alexander Lang

.e., ≈ ≈ 0). This assumption is based on the following arguments. First, the fruit surface is covered by a cuticle that represents the dominant rate-limiting barrier to transpiration. Thus, internal resistors to water transfer such as the plasma membranes

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Carolina Contreras, Mauricio González-Agüero, and Bruno G. Defilippi

, and 0.1 to 0.3 mm in depth. They found 5, 8, and 10 °C to be optimal temperatures for pepino storage. Another physiological disorder reported by Lizana and Levano (1977) was internal breakdown, characterized by the browning of ripened fruit after

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Ibrahim I. Tahir and Hilde Nybom

maintenance of quality and the occurrence of physiological disorders (soft scald, flesh browning, and internal breakdown) and storage rots (bitter rot, Colletotrichum spp., and bull’s eye rot, Neofabraea spp.) during storage. Because fruit may develop an

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Bradley J. Rickard, David R. Rudell, and Christopher B. Watkins

‘Empire’ apples HortScience 32 1242 1246 Supplemental Fig. 1. Illustrations of disorders for selected cultivars. Note: ( A ) superficial scald/‘Granny Smith’, ( B ) soft scald (internal-soggy breakdown)/‘Honeycrisp’, ( C ) external CO 2 injury