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Esmaeil Fallahi and D. Ross Rodney

Abbreviations: SSC, soluble solids concentration; TA, total acids; TCSA, trunk cross-sectional area. 1 Tree Fruit Physiologist, to whom reprint requests should be addressed. Present address: Univ. of Idaho, SW Idaho Research and Extension Center

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Renee T. Threlfall, Olivia S. Hines, John R. Clark, Luke R. Howard, Cindi R. Brownmiller, Daniela M. Segantini and Lydia J.R. Lawless

® , Model 655F; Fischer Scientific, Pittsburg, PA) at 55 °C for ≈24 h, then removed and weighed. Composition analysis. Three-berry samples of each genotype were used in triplicate to determine the soluble solids, pH, and titratable acidity. Samples were

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Eric T. Stafne, Amir Rezazadeh, Melinda Miller-Butler and Barbara J. Smith

weight of collected berries. Chlorophyll index in the leaves were measured after each harvest with a chlorophyll meter (SPAD-502; Konica Minolta Sensing, Osaka, Japan) in 2017. Fruit characteristics. Fruit quality including soluble solids concentration

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Judith A. Abbott, Henry A. Affeldt and Louis A. Liljedahl

Abbreviations: MT, Magness-Taylor; SSC, soluble solids concentration, TA, titratable acidity. 1 Research Horticulturist. 2 Agricultural Engineer. Present address: Sunkist Growers, 760 E. Sunkist St., Ontario, CA 91761. 3 Agricultural Engineer

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Sylvia J. Brooks, James N. Moore and J. Brad Murphy

Abbreviation: SSC, soluble solids concentration. 1 Graduate Assistant. Current address: Fruit Crops Dept., Univ. of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611. 2 Distinguished Professor. 3 Associate Professor. Published with approval of the Director, Arkansas

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Dangyang Ke and Adel A. Kader

Abbreviations: C, concentration; CA, controlled atmosphere; IS, intercellular spaces; R, respiration rate; r, resistance; RQ, respiratory quotient; SSC, soluble solids concentration; T, temperature. 1 To whom reprint requests should be addressed

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Joshua H. Freeman, G.A. Miller, S.M. Olson and W.M. Stall

locations in 2005 and 2006, watermelons were harvested once per week for 3 weeks. At the last harvest, all marketable melons were harvested. The center of each fruit, cut longitudinally from stem end to blossom end, was sampled for soluble solids

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Molly Felts, Renee T. Threlfall, John R. Clark and Margaret L. Worthington

) , thinner skins and higher juice pH were associated with greater overall liking of muscadine grapes. Consumer acceptability of muscadines can be quantified with soluble solids analysis, texture analysis, and sensory analysis ( Brown et al., 2016 ). However

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Matthew W. Fidelibus, L. Peter Christensen, Donald G. Katayama and David W. Ramming

canes was calculated. Each July, composite berry samples were collected weekly to monitor the grapes' accumulation of soluble solids. Samples consisted of ≈100 berries collected from the top, middle, and bottom of ≈33 randomly selected clusters. The

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Gerald R. Brown and Dwight Wolfe