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Y. Liu, B.S. Patil, H. Ahmad, and D.T. Gardiner

53 ORAL SESSION 7 (Abstr. 438-444) Cross-commodity: Postharvest Physiology/Food Science/Flavor/Nutrition/Quality

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Bhimanagouda S. Patil and Ashok K. Alva

53 ORAL SESSION 7 (Abstr. 438-444) Cross-commodity: Postharvest Physiology/Food Science/Flavor/Nutrition/Quality

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James R. Gorny and Adel A. Kader

53 ORAL SESSION 7 (Abstr. 438-444) Cross-commodity: Postharvest Physiology/Food Science/Flavor/Nutrition/Quality

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G.H. Reginato and L.E. Luchsinger

53 ORAL SESSION 7 (Abstr. 438-444) Cross-commodity: Postharvest Physiology/Food Science/Flavor/Nutrition/Quality

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Alba A. Clivati McIntyre, David M. Francis, Timothy K. Hartz, and Christopher Gunter

processors through increased costs of peeling ( Barrett et al., 2006 ) and lower product grades ( USDA, 1983 ). Ripening disorders also lower the nutritional potential of the fruit resulting from a reduction of lycopene and beta-carotene in affected tissue

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Daniel I. Leskovar, Shinsuke Agehara, Kilsun Yoo, and Nuria Pascual-Seva

water demand, resulting in greater yields, crop quality, and enhanced water use efficiency ( Piccinni et al., 2009 ). Subsurface drip irrigation allows the application of small amounts of water to the soil through drippers placed directly in the root

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Dean A. Kopsell, Carl E. Sams, and Robert C. Morrow

quality and light quantity using LEDs. Of particular interest is the ability to modulate concentrations of nutritionally important secondary metabolites with applications of blue-light wavelengths. IMPACTS OF BLUE LIGHT ON THE ACCUMULATION OF NUTRITIONALLY

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Togo Shinohara, Shinsuke Agehara, Kil Sun Yoo, and Daniel I. Leskovar

United States, it is important to characterize the impact of irrigation and N inputs. In this field study, yield, yield components, and the nutritional quality of artichoke in response to three irrigation regimes and four N fertilizer rates were examined

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Mark Gaskell and Tim Hartz

The multiple factors affecting the choice of fertilizer material source can include plant nutritional requirements, soil and climate conditions, fertilizer delivery issues, environmental risks, and economic constraints ( Mikkelsen et al., 2009

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Abe Shegro Gerrano, Patrick Olusanmi Adebola, Willem Sternberg Jansen van Rensburg, and Sonja Louise Venter

generally low due to insufficient availability of improved varieties and locally adapted cultivars ( Ishiyaku et al., 2005 ). Santos and Boiteux (2013) reported that increased nutritional quality in terms of mineral and total protein content of cowpea