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Catarina Saude, Alan McKeown, Bruce D. Gossen, and Mary Ruth McDonald

cabbage heads per plot were evaluated for head shape and external color, and cut in half longitudinally to assess internal color, core size, core width, core length, and internal breakdown. These plant and cabbage head characteristics were evaluated using

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Jennifer R. DeEll and Geoffrey B. Lum

; Watkins and Liu, 2010 ; Watkins et al., 1997 ). In most cases, symptoms of external CO 2 injury progress with minimal internal flesh browning or damage. Flesh browning, also known as internal browning, is characterized by diffuse browning of the flesh

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Kate A. Nishijima, Marisa M. Wall, Maureen M. Fitch, Lionel S. Sugiyama, Ronald C. Keith, and Wayne T. Nishijima

with internal breakdown of onion bulbs and their possible role in disease expression Plant Pathol. 35 329 336 Gandikota, M. de Kochko, A. Chen, L. Ithal, N. Fauquet, C. Reddy, A

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Honghui Gu, Jiansheng Wang, Huifang Yu, Zhenqing Zhao, Xiaoguang Sheng, Jisuan Chen, and Yingjun Xu

(tryptophan), and aromatic GSs (phenylalanine) ( Table 1 ) ( Sønderby et al., 2010b ). On tissue damage, GSs can be hydrolyzed to several classes of bioactive breakdown products, including ITCs, thiocyanates, and nitriles, by typical plant myrosinases [β

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Wilawan Kumpoun, Takashi Nishizawa, Yoshie Motomura, Tanidchaya Puthmee, and Toshiyuki Aikawa

measures Acta Hort. 231 814 826 Krishnamurthy, S. 1980 Internal breakdown during ripening of Alphonso mango ( Mangifera indica Linn.) in relation to specific gravity of the fruit J. Food Sci. Technol. 17 198 199 Lima, L.C.O. Chitarra, A.B. Chitarra, M

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Nihad Alsmairat, Philip Engelgau, and Randolph Beaudry

reaction monitoring of selected mass spectra ions facilitate additional scrutiny of metabolites like amino acids. The aim of this work was to more precisely describe the relationship between the physiological measures of ripeness (e.g., internal ethylene, O

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Zienab F.R. Ahmed and Jiwan P. Palta

et al., 1997 ). PLD is known to be activated during ethylene-induced senescence ( Bao et al., 2007 ; Fan et al., 1997 ; Ryu and Wang, 1995 ; Wang, 2001 , 2002 ) and this activation leads to membrane breakdown. Thus it appears that LPE may be

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Juan Pablo Zoffoli, Valentina Sanguedolce, Paulina Naranjo, and Carolina Contreras

concentration of conjugated trienols (OD 281–290 ) was calculated using a molar extinction coefficient of 25,000. The α–farnesene concentration was quantified from the absorbance at 232 nm using a molar extinction coefficient of 27,700. Internal ethanol

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Xingbin Xie, Todd Einhorn, and Yan Wang

and Sugar, 2015 ), and Conference ( Chiriboga et al., 2011 ). Calvo and Sozzi (2004) reported that 1-MCP at 0.2 µL·L −1 delayed ripening, reduced watery and/or core breakdown, and maintained quality during 60 d storage at −0.5 °C. Although 1-MCP

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Richard P. Marini, Tara Auxt Baugher, Megan Muehlbauer, Sherif Sherif, Robert Crassweller, and James R. Schupp

conditioned and unconditioned fruit in relation to mineral contents and harvest indices. For unconditioned fruit sampled at the start of commercial harvest, bitter pit incidence was least severe for fruit with high internal ethylene concentration, low starch