Combined postharvest UV-C and 1-methylcyclopropene (1-MCP) treatment, followed by storage continuously in low level of ethylene atmosphere improves the quality of Tahitian limes
Effect of continuous exposure to low levels of ethylene on mycelial growth of postharvest fruit fungal pathogens
Effect of low-pressure storage on the quality of green capsicums (Capsicum annum L.)
Encapsulation of citrus by-product extracts by spray-drying and freeze-drying using combinations of maltodextrin with soybean protein and ι-Carrageenan
Enhancing the total phenolic content and antioxidants of lemon pomace aqueous extracts by applying UV-C irradiation to the dried powder
Long term exposure to low ethylene and storage temperatures delays calyx senescence and maintains 'Afourer' mandarins and navel oranges quality
- Papoutsis, Konstantinos, Vuong, Quan V., Tesoriero, Len, Pristijono, Penta, Stathopoulos, Costas E., Gkountina, Stela, Lidbetter, Fiona, Bowyer, Michael C., Scarlett, Christopher J., Golding, John B.
Postharvest UV-C treatment combined with 1-methylcyclopropene (1-MCP), followed by storage in continuous low-level ethylene atmosphere, improves the quality of tomatoes
Postharvest UV-C treatment, followed by storage in a continuous low-level ethylene atmosphere, maintains the quality of 'Kensington Pride' mango fruit stored at 20 °C
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