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Jennifer R. DeEll, Jennifer T. Ayres, and Dennis P. Murr

atmosphere storage HortScience 40 1534 1538 Chu, C.L. Wilson, K.R. 2000a Evaluating maturity of Empire, Idared, and Spartan apples. Publ. order no. 00-027 Ont. Ministry of Agr., Food and Rural Affairs Ont Chu, C.L. Wilson, K.R. 2000b Evaluating maturity of

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Celia M. Cantín, Carlos H. Crisosto, and Kevin R. Day

grown in California HortScience 34 1116 1118 Dodd, M.C. 1984 Internal breakdown in plums Deciduous Fruit Grower 34 255 256 Garner, D. Crisosto, C.H. Otieza, E. 2001 Controlled atmosphere storage and aminoethoxyvinyl-glycine postharvest dip delay post

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Jennifer R. DeEll and Behrouz Ehsani-Moghaddam

, J. Baldwin, E.A. Goodner, K.L. Mattheis, J.P. Brecht, J.K. 2005 Response of four apple cultivars to 1-methylcyclopropene treatment and controlled atmosphere storage HortScience 40 1534 1538

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Yan Wang

Bai, J. Mattheis, J.P. Reed, N. 2006 Re-initiating softening ability of 1-methylcyclopropene-treated ‘Bartlett’ and ‘d’Anjou’ pears after regular air or controlled atmosphere storage J. Hort. Sci. Biotechnol. 81 959 964 Bai, J. Yin, X. Whitaker, B

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Fritz K. Bangerth, Jun Song, and Josef Streif

of apple fruits Acta Hort. 464 189 194 Brackmann, A. Streif, J. Bangerth, F. 1993 Relationship between reduced aroma production and lipid metabolism of apples after long-term controlled atmosphere storage J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 118 243 247 Brackmann

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. However, in one year only, three of the products, a humic acid/micronutrient mix and two different formulations of cytokinin, increased the percent of marketable onions after 4.5 months of controlled atmosphere storage. OPPORTUNITIES FOR NO

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Ahmad Sattar Khan and Zora Singh

al., 1991 ); controlled atmosphere storage ( Wang and Vestrheim, 2003 ); and modified atmosphere (MA) storage ( Turk and Ozkurt, 1994 ). However, the available information is inconclusive and sporadic. Fruit softening is an important attribute

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Kate M. Evans, Bruce H. Barritt, Bonnie S. Konishi, Lisa J. Brutcher, and Carolyn F. Ross

-MCP) under air and controlled atmosphere storage conditions Postharvest Biol. Technol. 19 17 32 Zhu, Y. Barritt, B.H. 2008 Md-ACS1 and Md-ACO1 genotyping of apple ( Malus × domestica Borkh.) breeding parents and suitability for marker

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conducted as small-scale research trials under ideal conditions. DeEll et al. (p. 46) evaluated the effects of commercial 1-MCP treatments on ‘Empire’ and ‘Delicious’ apples in commercial controlled-atmosphere storage for 12 months, as well as in

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. Apples treated with 1-MCP and held in air or controlled-atmosphere storage generally exhibited delayed ripening and fewer disorders. Effects were often less with later harvest, more delay before 1-MCP treatment, lower concentration, and longer storage