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Daniela M. Segantini, Renee T. Threlfall, John R. Clark, Luke R. Howard and Cindi R. Brownmiller

, seediness, red drupelet incidence, and decay resistance. More recently, primocane fruiting has become a major focus in blackberry breeding ( Clark and Finn, 2008 ; Strik et al., 2007 ). In the last years, the University of Arkansas has released primocane

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Brian Lawrence and Juan Carlos Melgar

are fresh weight (FW) loss, red drupelet reversion, and leakiness. Fresh weight loss occurs quickly since blackberries have high transpiration rates ( Joo et al., 2011 ). These rates are often moderated by immediate cold storage but growers in many

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Alejandra A. Salgado and John R. Clark

the fruit below the cuticle remained densely packed ( Atkinson et al., 2012 ). An important postharvest disorder affecting blackberry fruit destined for the fresh market is color reversion (also called reddening or red drupelet; Clark and Finn, 2011

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John R. Clark, Margaret Worthington and Taunya Ernst

rated on a yes/no scale for presence of red drupelets in clusters of three or more. In 2013–18, berries were rated as having red drupelets if only a single drupelet showed red development. All ratings were converted to percentages based on the total

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Gina E. Fernandez, James R. Ballington and Penelope Perkins-Veazie

percent of berries that were leaky, moldy, soft, and had red drupelets. In addition, an overall rating was generated by using: 100%—average (percent leaky + percent soft + percent mold), where 100% is the best rating, whereas a score greater than 60 was

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John R. Clark

of red drupelets in clusters of three or more in 2010, 2011, and 2012. In 2013 berries were rated as having red drupelets if only a single drupelet showed red development. All ratings were converted to percentages based on the total number of fruit in

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John R. Clark and Alejandra Salgado

presence of red drupelets in clusters of three or more in 2012. In 2013–15, berries were rated as having red drupelets if only a single drupelet showed red development. All ratings were converted to percentages based on the total number of fruit in the

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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

mostly black berry and drupelet color. Some red drupelets were present on some genotypes of the berries stored overnight at 2 °C before evaluation. The descriptive panel scored the size of the berries from 7.1 to 12.1 on the 15-point scale as compared