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Ibrahim I. Tahir, Eva Johansson, and Marie E. Olsson

malicorticis and internal breakdown were the most important reasons for storage loss. Radical pruning (P r .W s .F s .T s ) and excess N fertigation (P s .W s .F x .T s ) increased storage decay by 20% and 11%, respectively ( Tables 1 and 3 ). P r .W m .F s

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Arthur Q. Villordon, Don R. La Bonte, Nurit Firon, Yanir Kfir, Etan Pressman, and Amnon Schwartz

phenological models for optimizing storage root formation. Literature Cited Artschwager, E. 1924 On the anatomy of sweet potato root with notes on internal breakdown J. Agr. Res. 23 157 166 Belehu, T. Hammes, P.S. Robbertse, P.J. 2004 The origin and structure

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Jaysankar De, Bruna Bertoldi, Mohammad Jubair, Alan Gutierrez, Jeffery K. Brecht, Steven A. Sargent, and Keith R. Schneider

from chilling injury (CI) and thereby become more susceptible to microbial decay. CI, commonly called “internal breakdown,” can cause flesh browning and poor overall texture (“mealiness”) in the fruit ( Anderson and Penney, 1975 ; Artés et al., 2006

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Lisa G. Neven

long as the untreated control fruit. In ‘Golden Delicious’ apples, sunburn was more prevalent in control fruit but not as common in heat-treated fruit. ‘Gala’ apples were more susceptible to internal breakdown after heat plus CA treatments. ‘Red

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Paweł Wójcik, Anna Skorupińska, and Hamide Gubbuk

scald, water core, senescent and internal breakdown, and Jonathan spot). The storability of such fruits is lowered ( Faust and Shear, 1972 ; Raese, 1996 ; Shear, 1975 ). Moreover, Ca-deficient apples are also susceptible to bitter rot, and gray and

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İbrahim Kahramanoğlu and Serhat Usanmaz

pitting, discoloration, internal breakdown, loss of flavor, and decay. Intermittent warming, MAP, and application of synthetic and/or biochemicals were previously noted to be effective in alleviating the CI. In agreement with this, our results show that

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T. Casey Barickman, Dean A. Kopsell, and Carl E. Sams

Marketing Service 2007 United States Standards for grades of greenhouse tomatoes. USDA Agr. Mktg. Serv., Washington, DC Vaz, R.L. Richardson, D.G. 1984 Relationship of fruit calcium to firmness, internal breakdown, incidence of rot, green color retention and

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Ibrahim I. Tahir and Hilde Nybom

maintenance of quality and the occurrence of physiological disorders (soft scald, flesh browning, and internal breakdown) and storage rots (bitter rot, Colletotrichum spp., and bull’s eye rot, Neofabraea spp.) during storage. Because fruit may develop an

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Ibrahim I. Tahir, Sven-Erik Svensson, and David Hansson

scald, flesh browning, and internal breakdown) and storage rots was determined according to Sandskär (2005) and Tahir (2006) and expressed as percentage of damaged fruit. Statistical analysis. Data were analyzed with a mixed-model analysis of

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Carolina Contreras, Mauricio González-Agüero, and Bruno G. Defilippi

, and 0.1 to 0.3 mm in depth. They found 5, 8, and 10 °C to be optimal temperatures for pepino storage. Another physiological disorder reported by Lizana and Levano (1977) was internal breakdown, characterized by the browning of ripened fruit after