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Jinwook Lee, James P. Mattheis and David R. Rudell

breakdown and cracking in ‘Royal Gala’ apple is shown to be associated with fruit size, storage duration, 1-MCP treatment at harvest, and ripening at 20 °C after cold storage. Disorder incidence and severity are likely to be associated with physical fruit

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Chengyan Yue, R. Karina Gallardo, James Luby, Alicia Rihn, James R. McFerson, Vicki McCracken, Vance M. Whitaker, Chad E. Finn, James F. Hancock, Cholani Weebadde, Audrey Sebolt and Amy Iezzoni

) determined sweetness and complex flavors were the most important strawberry fruit attributes to consumers, whereas health benefits were of little importance. Materials and Methods Pre-survey producer interviews. To create a comprehensive list of fruit and

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Esmaeil Fallahi, Bahar Fallahi and Bahman Shafii

GS, can result in major water savings and often improves yield and fruit quality. Considering yield and fruit attributes, ‘B.9’ and ‘RN29’ appear to be excellent rootstocks for ‘Pacific Gala’, whereas ‘Sup.4’ is not desirable under conditions of this

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Tyler J. Simons, Christopher J. McNeil, Aubrey D. Pham, Carolyn M. Slupsky, Mikeal L. Roose and Jean-Xavier Guinard

completed a CATA questionnaire that was printed on the ballot. This CATA section included fruit attributes that they could uses to appropriately describe the sample. The available attributes that the children and adults could choose from are shown in Table

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Jinhe Bai, Elizabeth Baldwin, Jack Hearn, Randy Driggers and Ed Stover

( Fig. 1 ). Note that FF-1-30-52 was used as one of parents, but was not a target sweet orange–like hybrid. The fruit attributes were more similar to tangerine rather than sweet orange. Fruit samples were picked on 23 Jan. 2014, 30 Dec. 2014, and 27 Jan

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Michael P. Dzakovich, Celina Gómez, Mario G. Ferruzzi and Cary A. Mitchell

plants ( Fig. 2 ). Solar radiation may have masked any effects of supplemental lighting on tomato fruit sensory properties. Table 2. Absolute and hedonic ratings of select fruit attributes as influenced by light treatment in Expt. 2. Fig. 2. Solar daily

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Mercy A. Olmstead, Jessica L. Gilbert, Thomas A. Colquhoun, David G. Clark, Robert Kluson and Howard R. Moskowitz

element of the 36 presented interesting when the element is present in the combination ( Moskowitz and Gofman, 2007 ). Interest values (InV) of peach fruit attributes 1–36, respectively, tested in this survey ( Table 1 ). The InV of individual attributes

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Todd C. Einhorn, Debra Laraway and Janet Turner

% in 2009, and 36% and 54% in 2010, respectively. For all fruit attributes evaluated, significant improvements were detected for T1 relative to the control, but further improvement with greater severity of crop load reduction by T2 was not consistently

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Jin-Hu Wu, A. Ross Ferguson, Brian G. Murray, Alison M. Duffy, Yilin Jia, Canhong Cheng and Philip J. Martin

(2006–08) for diploid ‘Hort16A’ and its autotetraploid regenerants and two or three seasons (2007, 2008, and 2009) for the three diploid red-fleshed genotypes and their autotetraploid regenerants. Fruit attributes other than fruit weight and dimensions

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Jinquan Feng, Andrew V. McGlone, Mike Currie, Chris J. Clark and Bob R. Jordan

FH, respectively) compared with the statistics produced for ‘Hort16A’ fruit using a benchtop NIR unit operating under standardized conditions ( Clark et al., 2004 ; Schaare and Fraser, 2000 ). The wavelengths and coefficients to calculate fruit