Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 10 of 1,662 items for :

  • postharvest quality x
  • Refine by Access: User-accessible Content x
Clear All
Full access

Meng Li, Huanhuan Zhi, and Yu Dong

the storage period will improve the quality of fruit delivered to high-value export markets. Preharvest and postharvest applications of plant growth regulators have been proven to slow the deterioration of cherry quality ( Correia et al., 2017

Free access

Leslie A. Weston and M.M. Barth

137 COLLOQUIUM 3 (Abstr. 012–017) Effect of Preharvest Factors on Postharvest Quality

Free access

Carlos H. Crisosto, R. Scott Johnson, Kevin Day, and Ted DeJong

137 COLLOQUIUM 3 (Abstr. 012–017) Effect of Preharvest Factors on Postharvest Quality

Free access

Robert K. Prange and Jennifer R. DeEll

137 COLLOQUIUM 3 (Abstr. 012–017) Effect of Preharvest Factors on Postharvest Quality

Free access

Liping Kou, Tianbao Yang, Xianjin Liu, and Yaguang Luo

maintain postharvest quality and extend shelf life. Calcium is important for plant growth and development by maintaining and modulating various cellular functions ( Conway et al., 2002 ; Palta, 1996 ). Calcium alters intracellular and extracellular

Free access

Shirin Shahkoomahally and Asghar Ramezanian

postharvest decay and to improve the storage quality in intact fruits as a result of changes it induces in physiological and physicochemical characteristics and post-processing quality ( Beirão-da-Costa et al., 2006 ). Heat treatments also inhibited ripening

Free access

David Rudell

. Although many production-related traits are descriptive or metrics are inherently comparable, for other important product quality-related quantitative traits, including many postharvest traits, development of standardized measurement and reporting criteria

Free access

Esmaeil Fallahi, William S. Conway, Kenneth D. Hickey, and Carl E. Sams

137 COLLOQUIUM 3 (Abstr. 012–017) Effect of Preharvest Factors on Postharvest Quality

Free access

Maria Dolores Muy-Rangel and Marita Cantwell

Poster Session 22—Postharvest Quality: Cross-commodity 19 July 2005, 12:00–12:45 p.m. Poster Hall–Ballroom E/F

Free access

M. Murshidul Hoque, Husein Ajwa, Mona Othman, Richard Smith, and Michael Cahn

tissues at harvest affects lettuce quality. High N in lettuce generally leads to storage disorders and the potential for rapid postharvest decay ( David et al., 1992 ). Postharvest decay in lettuce and other vegetable crops is a major source of financial