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Pimjai Seehanam, Danai Boonyakiat, and Nithiya Rattanapanone

fruit per hour (mg CO 2 /kg/hr). Measurement of total soluble solids (TSS), titratable acidity (TA), pH, TSS/TA ratio, and ascorbic acid. Three fruit of three replications per treatment were squeezed with a hand-press juicer. The juice was

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Junxin Huang, Robert Heyduck, Richard D. Richins, Dawn VanLeeuwen, Mary A. O’Connell, and Shengrui Yao

including vitamin C content, titratable acidity, moisture content, soluble solids content, sugar composition, total phenolic content, and DPPH-scavenging efficiency. Materials and Methods Experiment 1: fruit nutrient dynamics Locations and plant materials

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Marisa M. Wall and Shakil A. Khan

pulp was homogenized and the liquid was measured with a hand refractometer measuring % Brix (Atago, Kirkland, WA). Titratable acidity was measured from a 5-g homogenized, filtered pulp obtained from the composite fruit samples. Acidity was determined by

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M. Cecilia Peppi and Matthew W. Fidelibus

refractometer (Palette 101; Atago, Farmingdale, NY). Titratable acidity was determined by titration of a 5-mL aliquot of juice diluted in deionized water (1:4, by volume) with 0.133 N NaOH to an 8.2 pH end point using an automatic titrator (900A; Orion Research

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Krista Shellie and D. Michael Glenn

. The 10 clusters were passed through a hand-operated crusher, left overnight on the skins at 21 °C room temperature, and analyzed the next day for soluble solids concentration, pH, and titratable acidity as described by Shellie (2006) . Crop load

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Domingos P.F. Almeida and Maria Helena Gomes

content, but titratable acidity is generally higher in 1-MCP-treated kiwifruit ( Koukounaras and Sfakiotakis, 2007 ). When applied to kiwifruit after a period (30 d) in cold storage, 1-MCP is also effective in reducing subsequent softening during shelf

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Xiaoyuan Feng, Baogang Wang, Wensheng Li, Lei Shi, Jiankang Cao, and Weibo Jiang

-1, Atago, Japan). Juice samples for soluble solids content were obtained from 20 discs of flesh (two discs per fruit on opposite regions) from 10 fruit. To measure titratable acidity, 100 g flesh tissue from 10 fruit was homogenized with 100 mL

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Michele R. Warmund, Jeanne D. Mihail, and Kaley Hensel

fruiting and vegetative growth of elderberry plants; 2) compare soluble solids, pH, and titratable acidity of berry puree from infected and uninfected plants; and 3) characterize environmental conditions associated with potential rust infection of

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Todd W. Wert, Jeffrey G. Williamson, Jose X. Chaparro, E. Paul Miller, and Robert E. Rouse

), titratable acidity (TA), and flesh firmness measurements. During 2004, five fruits were selected at random from the 10-fruit sample for fruit size, weight, and blush at early and midharvest. Fruit were peeled and flesh samples were collected from the cheek

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Michael P. Dzakovich, Celina Gómez, and Cary A. Mitchell

affected by supplemental light quality during the first summer-to-winter experiment ( Table 1 ). Titratable acidity displayed a similar trend of nonsignificance among treatments. pH differences, however, were found to be highly significant among lighting