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 hydrogen sulphide on the postharvest metabolism of the green leafy vegetables, pak choy (Brassica rapa.subsp. Chinensis)
Long term exposure to low ethylene and storage temperatures delays calyx senescence and maintains 'Afourer' mandarins and navel oranges quality
Nitric oxide and postharvest stress of fruits, vegetables and ornamentals
Plasma membrane Ca²⁺-permeable channels are differentially regulated by ethylene and hydrogen peroxide to generate persistent plumes of elevated cytosolic Ca²⁺ during transfer cell trans-differentiation
Postharvest UV-C treatment combined with 1-methylcyclopropene (1-MCP), followed by storage in continuous low-level ethylene atmosphere, improves the quality of tomatoes
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