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Luiz C. Argenta, Xuetong Fan, and James P. Mattheis

McManus, 2005 ). Maximum control of fruit softening, superficial scald, and senescent breakdown for apples is achieved by treatment as soon after harvest as possible ( Argenta et al., 2005 ; Watkins and Nock, 2005 ). The low boiling point (less than 10

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Mildred N. Makani, Steven A. Sargent, Lincoln Zotarelli, Donald J. Huber, and Charles A. Sims

; maximum activity of invertase (sucrose breakdown) and phosphorylase (starch breakdown) enzymes occurs at pH 4.7 and 5.5, respectively ( Pressey, 1966 ). Therefore, the higher pH for tubers from F-224, F-336, and G-224 (average 4.04) was indicative of a

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Peiyan Li, Xiaolin Zheng, Md. Golam Ferdous Chowdhury, Kim Cordasco, and Jeffrey K. Brecht

used for rating the surface area affected by external CI symptoms such as greyish scald, pitting, discolored lenticels, and lesions. 0: no visible symptoms; 1: trace, symptoms <10%; 2: slight, symptoms from 10% to <25%; 3: moderate, symptoms from 25% to

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Bhaskar Bondada

, and smooth anticlinal thick walls; a magnified view of such features is shown in the chalaza ( C–E ). Scale bars: 500 μm ( A–B ), 50 μm ( C ), 100 μm ( D ), 50 μm ( E ), 10 μm; C = chalaza; F = fossetes; K = karina or keel; L = lenticel; PF = phloem

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Martin Brüggenwirth and Moritz Knoche

. Considine, J. 1982 Physical aspects of fruit growth: Stress distribution around lenticels Plant Physiol. 69 585 590 Brummell, D.A. 2006 Cell wall disassembly in ripening fruit Funct. Plant Biol. 33 103 119 Brüggenwirth, M. Fricke, H. Knoche, M. 2014 Biaxial

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Ksenija Gasic, John E. Preece, and David Karp

Schnitzer Schniga. USPP 27,577; 24 Jan. 2017. Fruit: size medium; 100% intense, dark red; 30% more lenticels per unit area than Gala Schnico; ripens midseason at Aniage Knoll, Italy, similar to Elstar, Gala, and Honeycrisp. Tree: blooms with Cox’s Orange

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Ksenija Gasic and John E. Preece

47:1795–1800. Fruit: conic, 60 mm height x 73 mm diameter, strong greasiness, nearly 100% dark red blush and faint stripes over yellow-green ground color; flesh is semi-firm, fine textured, subacid with weak aroma, can exhibit lenticel breakdown and