University of California

Publications - Apricot

Chilling Injury, Flesh Browning, Dry Fruit, Mealiness, Wooliness

Carlos H. Crisosto

Apricot, Nectarine, Peach, Plum, Stone Fruits

Postharvest Treatments to Reduce the Harmful Effects of Ethylene on Apricots

Lluis Palou, and Carlos H. Crisosto

Apricot, Ethylene and 1-MCP, Modified Atmospheres, Stone Fruits

CA '97 Vol. 3 Fruits other than Apples and Pears

Adel A. Kader (Editor)

Apricot, Avocado, Banana and Plantain, Cherry, Citrus Fruit, Grape, Kiwifruit, Mandarins, Mango, Modified Atmospheres, Nectarine, Olive, Peach, Persimmon, Plum, Pomegranate, Strawberry

Canning-Induced Fruit Softening and Cell Wall Pectin Solubilization in the 'Patterson' Apricot

Adimilson B. Chitarra, John M. Labavitch, and Adel A. Kader


Softening of Canned Apricots: A Chelation Hypothesis

David A. French, Adel A. Kader, and John M. Labavitch

Apricot, Processed Fruits and Vegetables

Controlled Atmosphere and Ethylene Effects on Quality of California Canning Apricots and Clingstone Peaches

Jeffrey K. Brecht, Adel A. Kader, Christi M. Heintz, and Robert C. Norona

Apricot, Ethylene and 1-MCP, Modified Atmospheres, Peach

Preventing Enzymatic Softening of Canned Apricots

Noel F. Sommer, Jack R. Buchanan, Robert J. Fortlage, F. Gordon Mitchell

Apricot, Processed Fruits and Vegetables
April 1977

Fungus and Enzyme Activity in Fresh Apricots as Related to Softening of Canned Fruits

N.F. Sommer, J.R. Buchanan, R.J. Fortlage

Apricot, Processed Fruits and Vegetables
July 1974


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