University of California

Postharvest Publications by Commodity

Quarantine and Phytosanitary Treatments (PPT)

Beth Mitcham

  • Cherry
August 2008

Harvest and Postharvest Handling of Sweet Cherries (PPT)

Beth Mitcham

  • Cherry
August 2008

Sensory Quality of 'Bing' Sweet Cherries Following Preharvest Treatment with Hydrogen Cyanamide, Calcium Ammonium Nitrate, or Gibberellic Acid

Murray Clayton, William Biasi, I. Tayfun Agar, Stephen M. Southwick, Elizabeth J. Mitcham

  • Cherry
2006

Combined Heat and Controlled Atmosphere Quarantine Treatments for Control of Western Cherry Fruit Fly in Sweet Cherries

Lisa G. Neven, Linda Rehfield-Ray

  • Cherry
  • Insect Control
2006

Consumption of Bing Sweet Cherries Lowers Circulating Concentrations of Inflammation Markers in Healthy Men and Women

Darshan S. Kelley, Reuven Rasooly, Robert A. Jacob, Adel A. Kader

  • Cherry
  • Health Benefits
2006

Effect of Radio Frequency Heating as a Potential Quarantine Treatment on the Quality of 'Bing' Sweet Cherry Fruit and Mortality of Codling Moth Larvae

M.E. Monzon, B. Biasi, T.L. Simpson, J. Johnson, X. Feng, D.C. Slaughter, E.J. Mitcham

  • Cherry
  • Insect Control
2006

Combined Heat and Controlled Atmosphere Quarantine Treatments for Control of Codling Moth in Sweet Cherries

Lisa G. Neven

  • Cherry
  • Insect Control
2005

Fresh Cherries May Help Arthritis Sufferers

Marcia Wood

  • Cherry
  • Health Benefits
  • Nutritional Quality
May 2004

Use of Hot Water Treatment to Control Codling Moths in Harvested California 'Bing' Sweet Cherries

Xuqiao Feng, James D. Hansen, Bill Biasi, Juming Tang, Elizabeth J. Mitcham

  • Cherry
2004

Postharvest Quality of 'Bing' Cherries Following Preharvest Treatment with Hydrogen Cyanamide, Calcium Ammonium Nitrate, or Gibberellic Acid

Murray Clayton, Bill Biasi, I. Tayfun Agar, Stephen M. Southwick, Elizabeth J. Mitcham

  • Cherry
June 2003

Consumer Acceptance of 'Brooks' and 'Bing' Cherries is Mainly Dependent on Fruit SSC and Visual Skin Color

Carlos H. Crisosto, Gayle M. Crisosto, Paul Metheney

  • Cherry
  • Consumer Issues
2003

Testing the Reliability of Skin Color as an Indicator of Quality for Early Season 'Brooks' (Prunus avium L.) Cherry

Carlos H. Crisosto, Gayle M. Crisosto, Mark A. Ritenour

  • Cherry
  • Quality Evaluation
2002

Assessing ‘Bing’ Sweet Cherry Tolerance to a Heated Controlled Atmosphere for Insect Pest Control

K.C. Shellie, L.G. Neven, and S.R. Drake

  • Cherry
  • Insect Control
2001

Comparison of Alternative Postharvest Quarantine Treatments for Sweet Cherries

Lisa G. Neven, Stephan R. Drake

  • Cherry
  • Insect Control
2000

Quarantine Treatment of Cherries Using 915 MHz Microwaves: Temperature Mapping, Codling Moth Mortality and Fruit Quality

J.N. Ikediala, J. Tang, L.G. Neven, S.R. Drake

  • Cherry
  • Insect Control
1999

New Devices for Measuring Firmness of Cherries

Murray Clayton

  • Cherry
  • Quality Evaluation
August 1998

Calcium Chloride Reduces Rain Cracking in Sweet Cherries

Michael Rupert, Stephen Southwick, Kitren Weis, John Vikupitz, James Flore, Hong Zhou

  • Cherry
September-October 1997

Reducing Sweet Cherry Damage in Postharvest Operations

James F. Thompson, Joseph A. Grant, Eugene M. Kupferman, and Jerry Knutson

  • Cherry
1997

Packing-line Modifications Reduce Pitting and Bruising of Sweet Cherries

Joseph A. Grand, James F. Thompson

  • Cherry
1997

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
1997

Cold 'Brooks' Cherries Suffer More Pitting and Bruising

Carlos H. Crisosto, Harry Andris, Kevin R. Day, David Garner

  • Cherry
November - December 1994

Activity of Softening Enzymes during Cherry Maturation

Diane M. Barrett, and Carlos Gonzalez

  • Cherry
1994

Relationship Between Fruit Respiration, Bruising Susceptibility, and Temperature in Sweet Cherries

Carlos H. Crisosto, David Garner, Jim Doyle, and Kevin R. Day

  • Cherry
  • Modified Atmospheres
February 1993

Compositional Characterization of Prune Juice

Hendrik van Gorsel, Chingying Li, Eduardo L. Kerbel, Mirjam Smits, and Adel A. Kader

  • Apple
  • Cherry
  • Grape
  • Kiwifruit
  • Nectarine
  • Peach
  • Pear
  • Plum
  • Prune
  • Strawberry
1992

Injuries Cause Deterioration of Sweet Cherries

F. Gordon Mitchell, Gene Mayer, Adel A. Kader

  • Cherry
April 1980

Preharvest Antitranspirant Spray on Cherries. Part 2 - Postharvest Fruit Benefits

F.G. Mitchell, G. Mayer, K. Uriu, D.C. Davenport

  • Cherry
October 1975

Packing Sweet Cherries to Reduce Transit Injury

F. G. Mitchell, W.C. Micke, F.P. Guerrero, Gene Mayer

  • Cherry
August 1967

Controlling Weight Loss During Sweet Cherry Marketing

W.C. Micke, F.G. Mitchell, Gene Mayer

  • Cherry
May 1966

Handling Sweet Cherries for Fresh Shipment

W.C. Micke, F.G. Mitchell, E.C. Maxie

  • Cherry
April 1965

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