5 edition of Chilling injury of horticultural crops found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editor, Chien Yi Wang.|
|Contributions||Wang, Chien Yi.|
|LC Classifications||SB319.5 .C48 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||313 p. :|
|Number of Pages||313|
|LC Control Number||89070893|
Schreiner, C. Google Scholar Saltveit, M. Agrihortique Genetica 1— This can lead to the premature ripening of produce in storage facilities. Wang, C.
Intermitted warming, application of some essential oils, salicylic acid, jasmonic acid, calcium chloride, etc. Impacts What was accomplished under these goals? Heat production and temperature regulation in eastern skunk cabbage. Influence of controlled atmosphere and packaging on chilling senstivity.
Acta Horticulturae Ethylene can also have undesirable effects on fruits, i. Preharvest and postharvest application of suitable fungicides, bactericides might be helpful in managing disease problems. Alleviation of Chilling Injury of Horticultural Crops. A bulk Segregant gene expression analysis of a peach population reveals components of the underlying mechanism of the fruit cold response.
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Variation in fruit constituent sugar concentrations and their stability during processing of selected genotypes in Prunus domestica breeding germplasm. The optimum storage temperature of commodities is differing among not only commodities but for species. Castagna, S. Maintaining high RH - both in storage at low temperature and after storage can minimize expression of chilling injury symptoms, particularly pitting e.
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Michailides, G. Alscher and J. How have the results been disseminated to communities of interest? Chapter 5, pp Investigate the metabolic and physiological processes that underlie the responses of fruit to postharvest technologies.
Wang, C. They usually require warm temperatures and high moisture. The 3rd fully revised and expanded edition has been specially written with the hope that it may provide a satisfactory guidance for students of agriculture and horticulture including applied botany and also for the horticultural enthusiasts.
Influence of controlled atmosphere and packaging on chilling senstivity. Moreover, factors affecting postharvest losses vary widely from produce to produce. Chilling injury. Google Scholar Feierabend, J.
Losses arise due to the fact that freshly harvested fruits, vegetables, and flowers are living things which breathe and undergo changes during postharvest handling. This is particularly so in mango where regular, annual crops are so rare that in the years of heavy crops, the growers are often forced to resort to distress sales.Document in a log book.
i. Time of testing and result. ii. When water & sanitizer was changed. •Several crops can suffer chilling injury when stored below 41 to 55o F. “Produce Facts” for each crop. Chilling Sensitive Crops Crop Chilling Injury Temp.
(F) Crop Chilling Injury Temp. (F) Basil. / Post Harvest Management of Horticultural Crops / Chilling Injury; Chilling Injury. Chilling Injury. Metabolic disturbances occurring at sub-ambient temperature are generally divided into: 1. Chilling injury- cellular process expressed in short (fast)time frames 2.
Low temperature associated disorder- cellular process expressed in long (slow. results indicate that MJ or MS treatment could increase the resistance to chilling injury and pathogen invasion in chilling-sensitive crops by elevating the expression of these genes.
Effect of Natural Products on Antioxidant Activity in Horticultural Crops Many natural products which showed beneficial effect in reducing chilling injury. Dec 14, · Abstract Chilling injury affects many fruits and vegetables.
Most crops of tropical and subtropical origin are sensitive to chilling injury. Some crops of Temperate Zone origin are also susceptible.
These crops are injured by low, but nonfreezing, temperatures. At these temperatures, the tissues weaken because they are unable to carry on normal metabolic hildebrandsguld.com by: Many fruits, vegetables, and ornamentals of tropical or subtropical origin are injured after a period of exposure to chilling temperatures below 10 to 15 °C (50 to 59 °F) but above their freezing points.
Certain horticultural crops of template origin are also susceptible to chilling injury but have lower threshold temperatures. ISHS IV International Conference on Managing Quality in Chains - The Integrated View on Fruits and Vegetables Quality REDUCING CHILLING INJURY AND MAINTAINING QUALITY OF HORTICULTURAL CROPS WITH NATURAL PRODUCTS AND THEIR DERIVATIVES.