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Baomei Yang, Guoliang Li, Shaohai Yang, Zhaohuan He, Changmin Zhou, and Lixian Yao

storage can lead to low O 2 and high CO 2 concentrations, which result in accumulation of smelly substances, such as acetaldehyde and ethyl alcohol caused by anaerobic glycolysis ( Duan et al., 2004 ). Therefore, this issue in litchi production should be

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Fritz K. Bangerth, Jun Song, and Josef Streif

acyltransferase from strawberry fruit J. Agr. Food Chem. 41 1462 1466 Power, F.B. Chestnut, V.K. 1920 The odorous constituents of apples. Emanation of acetaldehyde from the ripe fruit J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 42 1509 1526 Saquet, A.A. Streif, J. Bangerth, F. 2003

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Juan Pablo Fernández-Trujillo, Javier Obando, Juan Antonio Martínez, Antonio Luis Alarcón, Iban Eduardo, Pere Arús, and Antonio José Monforte

. Biotechnol. 79 500 508 Nishizawa, T. Taira, S. Nakanishi, M. Ito, M. Togashi, M. Motomura, Y. 1998 Acetaldehyde, ethanol, and carbohydrate concentrations in developing muskmelon fruit

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S. Shukla, B.J. Boman, R.C. Ebel, P.D. Roberts, and E.A. Hanlon

energy production, anaerobiosis also causes accumulation of ethanol, acetaldehyde, and reactive oxygen species, which are toxic to plant cells. Some products of anaerobiosis, including 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid that promotes ethylene

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Dewayne L. Ingram, John M. Ruter, and Chris A. Martin

to 40 °C ( Gur et al., 1972 ). Apple rootstock showed maximum O 2 consumption, CO 2 evolution, and respiratory quotient of the roots at constant RZT of 35 °C. Supraoptimal RZT also lowered malic acid content in the roots and increased acetaldehyde

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.5 kPa O 2 plus 10 kPa CO 2 atmosphere was found to best maintain fresh-cut ‘Kent’ mango quality. In contrast, an atmosphere of 2.5 kPa O 2 plus 20 kPa CO 2 had no beneficial effect. Higher levels of fermentative aroma volatiles (i.e., acetaldehydes