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Riccardo Gucci, Giovanni Caruso, Angelo Canale, Augusto Loni, Alfio Raspi, Stefania Urbani, Agnese Taticchi, Sonia Esposto, and Maurizio Servili

–B ). The acidity was similar for the 0% and 10% EH treatments, but beyond 10% EH increased sharply. Free acidity remained stable beyond the 60% EH level and, hence, no differences were measured between 60% and 100% EH. Free acidity values were low and well

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Sofia Caretto, Angelo Parente, Francesco Serio, and Pietro Santamaria

regarding K effects on important quality traits of tomatoes such as reducing sugar and vitamin E contents. The aim of the present study was to investigate how K and genotype can influence reducing sugar, titratable acidity, and vitamin E content of tomato

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M. Joseph Stephens, Peter A. Alspach, Ron A. Beatson, Chris Winefield, and Emily J. Buck

markets. Key targets of the program include: high yield, firm fruit that can be harvested by machine, high soluble solids, moderately high acidity, excellent flavor, improved human health attributes, and plant disease resistance. Breeding for high yield

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Todd W. Wert, Jeffrey G. Williamson, Jose X. Chaparro, E. Paul Miller, and Robert E. Rouse

The production of temperate zone fruit crops in subtropical environments has increased significantly in the last 30 years. Low-chill cultivars of apple, blueberries, plum, and peach have been developed by several breeding programs and are in

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Krista C. Shellie

selection appears historically based on a perceived need for cold hardiness and low heat unit requirement because an estimated 60% of acreage is comprised of cool season, cold-hardy white wine cultivars [‘Riesling’, ‘Chardonnay’, and ‘Gewurztraminer

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Céline Jouquand, Craig Chandler, Anne Plotto, and Kevin Goodner

homogenate (≈50 mL) was poured into centrifuge tubes for analysis of titratable acidity and soluble solids content and all vials and tubes were frozen at –20 °C until analysis. This procedure was replicated four times for each selection. Titratable

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Michele Warmund, Misha Kwasniewski, Janelle Elmore, Andrew Thomas, and Koushik Adhikari

titratable acidity and low intensity of bitter aftertaste of ‘York’ juice. Average intensity ratings for ‘Ozark’ juice were significantly more bitter (taste and aftertaste), sour, and astringent than those ratings for ‘York’ juice. Sensory attribute ratings

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Michele R. Warmund, Jeanne D. Mihail, and Kaley Hensel

adaxial surface of leaflets and produce urediniospores that can re-infect sedge plants ( Bolley, 1889 ). During the late summer, uredinia develop into telia that produce two-cell, thick-wall teliospores that can withstand low winter temperatures ( Arthur

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Rita de Cássia Alves, Ana Santana de Medeiros, Mayara Cristina M. Nicolau, Francisco de Assis Oliveira, Leonardo Warzea Lima, Edna Maria M. Aroucha, and Priscila Lupino Gratão

., 2017 ). The deleterious effects of salinity on plant growth may be associated with nutrient imbalance and low osmotic potential (ψ S ) of soil solution, which reduces both the ability of crops to take up water and also the nutrients’ availability

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Ben-Hong Wu, Ning Niu, Ji-Hu Li, and Shao-Hua Li

leaf removal can alter the source-sink relationships and result in different cropload levels. Berry growth and chemical composition can be largely regulated by cropload levels ( Hunter and Visser, 1988 ; Kliewer and Dokoozlian, 2005 ). Low cropload