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R. López-Gómez and M.A. Gómez-Lim

A rapid and simple procedure is described for efficiently extracting intact RNA from mango (Mangifera indica L. cv. Manila) mesocarp, a tissue rich in polysaccharides. The RNA can be used for in vitro translation, northern blots, and cDNA synthesis. This method is applicable to other fleshy fruits rich in polysaccharides.

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Stanislav V. Magnitskiy, Claudio C. Pasian, Mark A. Bennett, and James D. Metzger

Determination of plant growth regulator accumulation in fruits and vegetables for human consumption is an important safety issue even when it is applied to seeds. Paclobutrazol accumulated preferentially in the seedcoats when soaking cucumber (Cucumis sativus L., cv. Poinsett 76SR) seeds in 1000 or 4000 mg·L–1 paclobutrazol. Cucumber plants grown from seeds soaked in 1000 mg·L–1 paclobutrazol had lower average fruit weights than the control plants. Individual fruit length in cucumber was reduced by 40% when seeds were soaked in 1000 mg·L–1 paclobutrazol solutions for 180 minutes. Soaking tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L., cv. Sun 6108) seeds in 0 to 1000 mg·L–1 paclobutrazol did not reduce average fruit weight or diameter per treatment. Paclobutrazol residue was not detected in cucumber and tomato fruits harvested from plants grown from seeds soaked in 1000 mg·L–1 paclobutrazol for 180 minutes. Soaking seeds in paclobutrazol solutions represents a promising method of applying plant growth regulators to tomato and cucumber without accumulation of paclobutrazol residue in fruits.

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Jules Janick

.H. and A.L. Moldenke ( A ) and The Fruits of the Holy Land by A. Goor and M. Nurock ( B ). Table 1. Number of chapters in Hebrew and Christian bibles that refer to specific fruits cited by Moldenke and Moldenke (1952) and number of

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Charles Benbrook

, and N application rates, especially in corn. Compared with most organic and lower-input conventional systems, the high-N path has resulted in fruits, vegetables, and grains that grow relatively fast, reach a larger size at maturity, and have lower

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Lisa G. Neven

The presence or potential presence of internal feeding insects in tree fruits grown in the United States has caused the development and implementation of specific quarantine procedures to prevent the accidental introduction of these pests to areas

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Judith Zambrano and Willian Materano

48 POSTER SESSION 1D (Abstr. 035–044) Postharvest—Fruits/Nuts

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Juliano Martins Ramalho Marques, Ariana P. Torres, Bridget K. Behe, Petrus Langenhoven, and Luiz Henrique de Barros Vilas Boas

Americans are consuming more fresh fruits than ever [ Bentley, 2017 ; U.S. Department of Agriculture-Economic Research Service (USDA-ERS), 2018]. To illustrate, the U.S. per capita consumption of fresh fruits grew by 12% between 2010 and 2018

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Antonios Petridis, Magdalene Koukourikou, Thomas Sotiropoulos, and Dimitrios Stylianidis

substantially influence the fruit phenolic content and total antioxidant activity ( Wojdyło et al., 2008 ). Because fruits of northern Greece are exported to the rest of Europe and taking into consideration that the previously mentioned factors influence

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Juan C. Diaz-Perez, S. Bautista, M. Arenas, S. Evangelista, and R. Arce

35 ORAL SESSION 4 (Abstr. 404–410) Postharvest Physiology–Fruits/Nuts

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Eric A. Curry

81 WORKSHOP 10 Health Functional Fruits and Vegetables