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Selected Postharvest References

11. POSTHARVEST PHYSIOLOGY AND HANDLING OF SPECIFIC COMMODITIES

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XI.  POSTHARVEST PHYSIOLOGY AND HANDLING OF SPECIFIC COMMODITIES


XI.  POSTHARVEST PHYSIOLOGY AND HANDLING OF SPECIFIC COMMODITIES

A.  FRUITS - Temperate Zone

2.     Cherries

  1. BAI, J., A. Plotto, R. Spotts, and N. Rattanapanone. 2011. Ethanol vapor and saprophytic yeast treatments reduce decay and maintain quality of intact and fresh-cut sweet cherries. Postharv. Biol. Technol. 62:204-212.
  2. BROWN, G.K. and G. Kollar. 1996. Harvesting and handling sour and sweet cherries for processing. In A.D. Webster and N.E. Looney (eds): Cherries: crop physiology, production and uses. Wallingford, UK: CAB International, pp. 443-469.
  3. DRAKE, S.R. 1991. The cherry. In: N.A.M. Eskin (ed.). Quality and preservation of fruits. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp. 169-180. 
  4. KARABULUT, O.A. 2010. Controlling postharvest diseases of sweet cherry. Stewart Postharvest Review, 2010 1:5, 6p.
  5. LOONEY, N.E., A.D. Webster, and E.M. Kupferman. 1996. Harvest and handling sweet cherries for the fresh market. In A.D. Webster and N.E. Looney (eds.): Cherries: crop physiology, production and uses. Wallingford, UK: CAB International, pp. 411-441.
  6. MICKE, W.C. and F.G. Mitchell. 1972. Handling sweet cherries for the fresh market. Univ. Calif. Agric. Expt. Sta. Circ. 560, 18 p.
  7. SEKSE, L. 1995. Fruit cracking in sweet cherries (Prunus avium L.) Some physiological aspects – A mini review. Scientia Hort. 63: 135-142.
  8. THOMPSON, J.F., J.A. Grant, E.M. Kupferman, and J. Knutson. 1997. Reducing sweet cherry damage in postharvest operations. HortTechnology 7:134-13.

 

XI.  POSTHARVEST PHYSIOLOGY AND HANDLING OF SPECIFIC COMMODITIES

A.  FRUITS - Temperate Zone

3.     Grapes

  1. BERRY, G., and J. Aked. 1996. Packaging for fresh produce - a case study on table grapes. Postharvest News and Information 7: 40N-44N.
  2. CHERVIN, C., J. Aked, and C.H. Crisosto. Grapes. Crop post-harvest: science and technology, 9: 187-211.
  3. GABLER, F.M., J. Mercier, J.I. Jimenez, and J.L. Smilanick. 2010. Integration of continuous biofumigation with Muscodor albus with pre-cooling fumigation with ozone or sulfur dioxide to control postharvest gray mold of table grapes. Postharv. Biol. Technol. 55:78-84.
  4. KANELLIS, A.K. and K.A. Roubelakis-Angelakis. 1993. Grape. In: G.B. Seymour et al. (eds.), Biochemistry of fruit ripening. Chapman and Hall, London. 189-234 p.
  5. KARACA, H., S.S. Walse, and J.L. Smilanick. 2012. Effect of continuous 0.3 uL/L gaseous ozone exposure on fungicide residues on table grape berries. Postharv. Biol. Technol. 64:154-159.
  6. KRASNOW, M.N., M.A. Matthews, R.J. Smith, J. Benz, E. Weber, and K.A. Shackel. 2010. Distinctive symptoms differentiate four common types of berry shrivel disorder in grape. Calif. Agric. 64(3):155-159.
  7. LICHTER, A., F.M. Gabler, and J.L. Smilanick. 2006. Control of spoilage in table grapes. Stewart Postharvest Review 2006, 6:1, 10pp.
  8. LINDSEY, P.J., S.S. Briggs, K. Moulton, and A.A. Kader. 1989. Sulfites on grapes: issues and alternatives. p. 5-19, In: Chemical use in food processing and postharvest handling: issues and alternatives, Agricultural Issues Center, University of California, Davis.
  9. LIU, Y. 2013. Controlled atmosphere treatment for control of grape mealybug, Pseudococcus maritimus (Ehrhorn) (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae), on harvested table grapes. Postharv. Biol. Technol. 86:113-117.
  10. LUVISI, D.A., H.H. Shorey, J.L. Smilanick, J.F. Thompson, B.H. Gump, and J. Knutson. 1992. Sulfur dioxide fumigation of table grapes. Bull. 1932, Univ. Calif., DANR, Oakland, CA, 21 p.
  11. LUVISI,  D.A., H.H.  Shorey, J.F. Thompson, T. Hinsch, and D.C. Slaughter.    1995. Packaging California table grapes. Bull. 1934, Univ. Calif. DANR, Oakland, CA, 16 p.
  12. NELSON, K.E. 1985. Harvesting and handling California table grapes for market. Univ. Calif. Div. Agric. Nat. Resour. Bull. 1913, 72 p.
  13. NELSON, K.E. 1991. The grape. In: N.A.M. Eskin (ed.). Quality and preservation of fruits. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp. 125-167.
  14. PEYNAUD, E. and P. Ribereau-Gayon. 1971. The grape. In: A.C. Hulme (ed.), The biochemistry of fruits and their products, Vol. 2, Academic Press, NY, pp. 172-206.
  15. Romanazzi, G., A. Lichter, F.M. Gabler, and J.L. Smilanick. 2012. Recent advances on the use of natural and safe alternatives to conventional methods to control postharvest gray mold of table grape. Postharv. Biol. Technol. 63:141-147.
  16. SMILANICK, J.L., F.M. Gabler, D.A. Margosan. 2012. Evaluation under commercial conditions of the application of continuous, low concentrations of ozone during the cold storage of table grapes. P.M.A. Toivonen et al. 357-362.
  17. WILLIAMS, P.J., and M.S. Allen. 1995. The analysis of flavoring compounds in grapes.  In H.F. Linskens J.F. Jackson (eds.): Fruit analysis, Modern methods of plant analysis, new series, vol. 18. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, pp. 37-58.
  18. WINKLER, A.J., J.A. Cook, W.M. Kliewer, and L.A. Lider. 1974. General viticulture. Univ. Calif. Press, Berkeley, CA, 710 p. (See Chap. 8, 20, 21 & 22).
  19. ZOFFOLI, J.P., B.A. Latorre, and P. Naranjo. 2008. Hairline, a postharvest cracking disorder in table grapes induced by sulfur dioxide. Postharv. Biol. Technol. 47:90-97.


XI. POSTHARVEST PHYSIOLOGY AND HANDLING OF SPECIFIC COMMODITIES

A.  FRUITS - Temperate Zone

4.     Pome fruits

  1. AMARANTE, C., N.H. Banks, and S. Ganesh. 2001. Characterising ripening behaviour of coated pears in relation to fruit internal atmosphere. Postharv. Biol. Technol. 23:51-59.
  2. ANDANI, Z., S.R. Jaeger, I. Wakeling, and H.J.H. Macfie. 2001. Mealiness in apples: towards a multilingual consumer vocabulary. J. Food Sci. 66:872-879.
  3. Bangerth, F.K., J. Song, and J. Streif. 2012. Physiological impacts of fruit ripening and storage conditions on aroma volatile formation in apple and strawberry fruit: a review. HortScience 47:4-10.
  4. BLANPIED, G.D. 1990a. Low-ethylene CA storage for apples. Postharvest News and Information 1(1):29-34.
  5. BLANPIED, G.D. 1990b. Controlled atmosphere storage of apple and pears.    In: M. Calderon and R. Barkai-Golan (eds.). Food preservation by modified atmospheres. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp. 265- 299.
  6. BLANPIED, G.D. and R.M. Smock. 1982. Storage of fresh market apples.   Cornell Univ. Info. Bull. 191, 19 p.
  7. DE FREITAS, S.T., C.V.T. Do Amarante, A.M. Dandekar. 2013. Shading affects flesh calcium uptake and concentration, bitter pit incidence and other fruit traits in “greensleeves” apple. Scientia Horticulturae 161:266-272.
  8. EMONGOR, V.E., D.P. Murr, and E.C. Lougheed. 1994. Preharvest factors that predispose apple to superficial scald. Postharvest Biol. Technol. 4: 289-300.
  9. FERGUSON, I.B. and C.B. Watkins. 1989. Bitter pit in apple fruit. Hort. Rev. 11:289-355.
  10. FIDLER, J.C. and G. Mann. 1972. Refrigerated storage of apples and pears - a practical guide. Hort. Rev. 2, Commonwealth Agric. Bur., England, 65 p.
  11. FIDLER, J.C., B.G. Wilkinson, K.L. Edney, and R.O. Sharples.  1973.  The biology of apple and pear storage. Res. Rev. 3. Commonwealth Agric. Bur., England, 235 p.
  12. FISHER, D.V. and J.A. Kitson.  1991. The apple. In: N.A.M. Eskin (ed.). Quality and preservation of fruits. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp. 45-65.
  13. FREE, D.C. and I. Warrington (editors). 2003. Apples: botany, production, and uses. CAB International, Wallingford, UK, 672 pp.
  14. GRASSWELLER, R.M. and G.M. Greene,II. 2003. Production and handling techniques for processing apples. P. 615-633, in: Free, D.C. and I.J. Warrington (eds). Apples: botany, production and uses. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK.
  15. HULME, A.C. and M.J.C. Rhodes. 1971. Pome fruits. In: A.C. Hulme (ed.), The biochemistry of fruits and their products, Vol. 2, Academic Press, NY, pp. 333-373.
  16. INGLE, M. and M.C. D Souza. 1989. Physiology and control of superficial scald of apples: a review. HortScience 24:28-31.
  17. JOHNSTON, J.W., E.W. Hewett, M.L.A.T.M. Hertog, and F.R. Harker. 2001. Temperature induces differential softening responses in apple cultivars. Postharv. Biol. Technol.23:185-196.
  18. KNEE, M. 1993. Pome fruits. In: G.B. Seymour et al. (eds.), Biochemistry of fruit ripening. Chapman and Hall, London, 325-346 p.
  19. KINGSTON, C.M. 1992. Maturity indices for apple and pear. Hort. Rev. 13:407-432.
  20. MACNISH, A.J., E.J. Mitcham, D.M. Hocroft. 2012. Endogenous and exogenous ethylene modulates the response of ‘bartlett’ pears to 1-methylcyclopropene. Acta. Hort. 945:309-316.
  21. MARCELLE, R. (ed.). 1993. International symposium on pre-and postharvest physiology of pome fruits. Acta Hort. 326:1-334.
  22. MARLOW, G.C. and W.H. Loescher. 1984. Watercore. Hort. Rev. 6:189-251.
  23. MEHERIUK, M., R.K. Prange, P.D. Lidster, and S.W. Porritt. 1994. Postharvest disorders of apples and pears. Publ. 1737/E Agric. Canada, Ottawa, Canada, 67 p.
  24. MICHAM, E.J. and R.B. Elkins (editors). 2007.Pear production and handling manual. Univ. Calif. Agr. Nat. Resources Publ. 3483 (handling chapters: pages 157- 181).
  25. PESIS, E., S.E. Ebeler, S.T. de Freitas, M. Padda, and E.J. Mitcham. 2010. Short anaerobiosis period prior to cold storage alleviates bitter pit and superficial scald in Granny Smith apples. J. Sci.  Food Agric. 90:2114-2123.
  26. PUIG, L., D.M. Varga, P.M. Chen, and E.A. Mielke. 1996. Synchronizing ripening in individual Bartlett pears with ethylene. HortTechnology 6:24-27.
  27. RAESE, J.T.  1989. Physiological disorders and maladies of pear fruit. Hort. Rev. 11:357-411.
  28. SAURE, M.C. 1996. Reassessment of the role of calcium in development of bitter pit in apple. Austral. J. Plant Physiol. 23: 237-244.
  29. SHOLBERG, P. and M. Meheriuk. 1991. Treatments for the control of postharvest diseases of pears in North America. Postharvest News and Information 2:11-14.
  30. SUGAR, D. 2011. Advances in postharvest management of pears. Acta Hort. 909:673-678.
  31. TURKETTI, S.S., E. Curry, and E. Lotze. 2012. Role of lenticel morphology, frequency and density on incidence of lenticel breakdown in ‘Gala’ apples. Sci. Hort. 138:90-95.
  32. VILLALOBOS-ACUNA, M. and E.J. Mitcham. 2008. Ripening of European pears: The chilling dilemma. Postharv. Biol. Technol. 49: 187-200.
  33. Villalobos-Acuna, M.G., W.V. Biasi, E.J. Mitcham, and D. Holcroft. 2011. Fruit temperature and ethylene modulate 1-MCP response in ‘Bartlett’ pear. Postharv. Biol. Technol. 60:17-23.
  34. VILLALOBOS-ACUNA, M.G., W.V. Biasi, S. Flores, C-Z. Jiang, M.S. Reid, N.H. Willits, and E.J. Mitcham. 2010. Effect of maturity and cold storage on ethylene biosynthesis and ripening in Bartlett pears treated after harvest with 1-MCP. Postharv. Biol. Technol. 59:1-9.
  35. WATKINS, C.B. 2003. Principles and practices of Postharvest handling. p. 585-614, in: Free, D.C. and I.J. Warrington (eds). Apples: botany, production and uses. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK.
  36. WATKINS, C.B., D.J. Bishop, J.F. Nock, G.B. White, A. Resenberger, and R.W. Worobo. CA storage: meeting the market requirements. 1999. Ithaca, New York, Natural Resource, Agriculture, and Engineering Service NRAES-136. 71 pp.
  37. WROLSTAD, R.E., P.B. Lombard, and D.G. Richardson. 1991. The pear. In:  N.A.M. Eskin (ed.). Quality and preservation of fruits. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp. 67-96.
  38. XIAO, C.L. and Y.K. Kim.2010. Control of postharvest diseases in apples with reduced- risk fungicides. Stewart Postharvest Review, 2010, 1:6, 6p
  39. YAHIA, E.M. 1994. Apple flavor. Hort. Rev. 16:197-234.
  40. YUE, C. and C. Tong. 2011. Consumer preferences and willingness to pay for existing and new apple varieties: evidence from apple tasting choice experiments. HortTechnology 21: 376-383.


XI. POSTHARVEST PHYSIOLOGY AND HANDLING OF SPECIFIC COMMODITIES

A.  FRUITS - Temperate Zone

5.     Soft fruits

  1. ALMENAR, E., H. Samsudin, R. Auras, and J. Harte. 2010. Consumer acceptance of fresh blueberries in bio-based packages. J. Sci. Food Agric. 90:1121-1128.
  2. ALSMAIRAT, N., C. Contreras, J. Hancock, P. Callow, and R. Beaudry. 2011. Use of combinations of commercially relevant O2 and CO2 partial pressures to evaluate the sensitivity of nine highbush blueberry fruit cultivars to controlled atmosphere. HortScience 46:74-79.
  3. CANTIN, C.M., I.S. Minas, V. Goulas, M. Jimenez, G.A. Manganaris, T.J. Michailides, and C.H. Crisosto. 2012. Sulfur dioxide fumigation alone or in combination with CO2-enriched atmosphere extends the market life of highbush blueberry fruit. Postharv. Biol. Technol. 67:84-91.
  4. DALE, A. et al. 1994. Mechanical harvesting of berry crops. Hort. Rev. 16:255-382.
  5. FERREIRA, S.A., S.A. Sargent, J.K. Brecht, and C.K. Chandler. 2009. Strawberry bruising depends on the type of force applied, cooling method, and pulp temperature. HortScience 44:1953-1956.
  6. FORNEY, C.F. 2003. Postharvest handling and storage of fresh cranberries. HortTechnology 13:267-272.
  7. GREEN, A. 1971. oft fruits. In: A.C. Hulme (ed.), The biochemistry of  fruits and their products, Vol. 2, Academic Press, NY, pp. 375-410.
  8. HARVEY, J.M., C.M.  Harris, W.J. Tietjen, and T.  Serio. 1980. Quality maintenance in truck shipments of California strawberries. USDA, SEA, Adv. Agric. Tech., AAT-W-12, 13 p.
  9. JIN, P., S.Y. Wang, H. Gao, H. Chen, Y. Zheng, C.Y. Wang. Effect of cultural system and essential oil treatment on antioxidant capacity in raspberries. Food Chemisty 132:399-405.
  10. KADER, A.A. 1991. Quality and its maintenance in relation to the postharvest  physiology of strawberry. p. 145-152, In: A. Dale and J.J. Luby (editors). The strawberry in the 21st century. Timber Press, Portland, OR.
  11. MACLEAN, D.D. and D.S. NeSmith. 2011. Rabbiteye blueberry postharvest fruit quality and stimulation of ethylene production by 1-methylcyclopropene. HortScience 46:1278-1281.
  12. MACNISH, A.J., M.S. Padda, F. Pupin, P.I. Tsouvaltzis, A.I. Deltsidis, C.A. Sims, J.K. Brecht, E.J. Mitcham. 2012. Comparison of pallet cover systems to maintain strawberry fruit quality during transport. Hortechnology 22(4):493-501.
  13. MANNING, K. 1993. Soft fruits. In: G.B. Seymour et al (eds.), Biochemistry of fruit ripening. Chapman and Hall, London, pp. 347-377.
  14. MITCHELL, F.G., E. Mitcham, J.E. Thompson, and N. Welch. 1996. Handling strawberries for fresh market. Oakland, CA: Univ. Calif. Agr. Nat. Resources, Special Publ. 2442, 14 pp.
  15. MORRIS, J.R. and W.A. Sistrunk. 1991. The strawberry. In: N.A.M. Eskin (ed.). Quality and preservation of fruits. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp. 181-206.
  16. PELLETIER, W., J.K. Brecht, M.C.N. Nunes, and J.P. Emond. 2011. Quality of strawberries shipped by truck from California to Florida as influenced by postharvest temperature management practices. HortTechnology 21:482-493.
  17. PERKINS-VEAZIE, P. 1995. Growth and ripening of strawberry fruit. Hort. Rev. 17:267-297.
  18. PRANGE, R. and J.R. DeEll. 1997. Preharvest factors affecting postharvest quality of berry crops. HortScience 32:824-830.
  19. RETAMALES, J.B. and J.F. Hancock. 2012. Pre- and postharvest management of fruit quality, p. 267-307, In: Blueberries. CAB Int’l., Wallingford, UK.
  20. ROBBINS, J.A.  and J.K. Fellman. 1993. Postharvest physiology, storage and handling of red raspberry. Postharvest News and Information 4:53N-59N.
  21. YANG, E.M., H.M. Li, F. Li, Z.H. Xin, L.Y. Zhao, Y.H. Zheng, and Q.H. Hu. 2010. Effect of nano-packing on preservation quality of fresh strawberry (Fragaria ananassa Duch cv. Fengxiang) during Storage at 4C. J. Food Sci. 75:C236-C240.

 

XI.  POSTHARVEST PHYSIOLOGY AND HANDLING OF SPECIFIC COMMODITIES

 A.  FRUITS - Temperate Zone

6.     Stone fruits other than cherries

  1. BRADY, C.J. 1993. Stone fruit. In: G.B. Seymour et al. (eds.), Biochemistry of fruit ripening. Chapman and Hall, London, pp. 379-404.
  2. COUVILLON, C.O. and G. Krewer. 1991. The peach, the nectarine, and the plum.  In: N.A.M. Eskin (ed.). Quality and preservation of fruits. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp. 97-123.
  3. CRISOSTO, C.H. 1994. Stone fruit maturity indices: a descriptive review.   Postharvest News  and Information 5:65N-68N.
  4. CRISOSTO, C.H., R.S. Johnson, T. DeJong and K.R. Day. 1997. Orchard factors affecting postharvest stone fruit quality. HortScience 32:820-823.
  5. CRISOSTO, C.H., F.G. Mitchell, and S. Johnson. 1995. Factors in fresh market stone fruit quality. Postharvest News and Information 6:17N-21N.
  6. DAGER, A., C.P. Puig, C.M. Ibanez, F. Ziliotto, C. Bonghi, C.H. Crisosto, H. Friedman, S. Lurie, A. Grandell. 2012. Comparative transcript profiling of a peach and its nectarine mutant at harvest reveals differences in gene expression related to stability. Tree Genetics & Genomes, August 2012, 13pgs.
  7. ERDOGAN-ORHAN, I. and M. Kartal. 2011. Insight into research on phytochemistry and biological activities of Prunus armeniaca L. (apricot). Food Res. Int’l. 44:1238-1234.
  8. KADER, A.A. and F.G. Mitchell. 1989a. Postharvest physiology. In: J.H. LaRue and R.S. Johnson (eds.), Peaches, plums, nectarines: growing and handling for fresh market. Univ. Calif. DANR Publ. 3331, pp. 158-164.
  9. KADER, A.A. and F.G. Mitchell. 1989b. Maturity and quality. In: UC Publ. 3331*, pp. 191-196.
  10. KARABULUT, O.A., J.L. Smilanick, C.H. Crisosto, and L.Palou. 2010. Control of brown rot of stone fruits by brief heated water immersion treatments. Crop Protection 29:903-906.
  11. LILL, R.E., E.M.  O Donoghue and G.A. King. 1989. Postharvest physiology of peaches and nectarines. Hort. Rev. 11:413-452.
  12. LINSKENS AND J.F. JACKSON (eds.): Fruit analysis, Modern methods of plant analysis, new series, Vol. 18. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, pp.111-132
  13. MARTINEZ-GARCIA, P.J., C.P. Peace, D.E. Parfitt, E.A. Ogundiwin, J. Freshedo-Ramirez, A.M. Danekar, T.M. Gradziel, C.H. Crisosto. 2012. Influence of year and genetic factors on chilling injury susceptibility in peach (Prunus persica (L.) Batsch). Euphytica 185:267-280.
  14. MINAS, I.S., G.M. Crisosto, D. Holcroft, M. Vasilakakis, C.H. Crisosto. Postharvest handling of plum (prunus salicina Lindl.) at 10°C to save energy and preserve fruit quality using an innocative application system of 1-MCP. Postharv. Biol. Technol. 76:1-9.
  15. MITCHELL, F.G. 1989a. Cooling. In:  UC Publ. 3331*, pp. 209-215.
  16. MITCHELL, F.G. 1989b. Distribution. In:  UC Publ. 3331*, pp. 223-229.
  17. MITCHELL, F.G. and A.A. Kader. 1989a. Factors affecting deterioration rate. In: UC Publ. 3331*, pp.165-178.
  18. MITCHELL, F.G. and A.A. Kader. 1989b. Field handling and packing. In: UC Publ. 3331*, pp. 197-208.
  19. MITCHELL, F.G. and A.A. Kader. 1989c. Storage. In:  UC Publ. 3331*, pp. 216-222.
  20. OGUNDIWIN, E.A., C.P. Peace, T.M. gradziel, D.E. Parfitt, F.A. bliss, and C.H. Crisosto. 2009. A fruit quality gene map of Prunus. BMC Genomics 10:587.
  21. OLIVOS, A., S. Johnson, Q. Xiaoqiong, C.H. Crisosto. 2012. Fruit phosphorous and nitrogen deficiencies affect ‘grand pearl’ nectarine flesh browning. HortScience 47(3):391-394.
  22. PALOU, Ll., J.L. Smilanick, C.H. Crisosto. 2012. Evaluation of food additives and low-toxicity compounds as non-polluting means to control the main postharvest diseases of California peaches. Acta Hort. 962:539-548.
  23. ROMANI, R.J. and W.G. Jennings. 1971. Stone fruits. In: A.C. Hulme (ed.),  The  biochemistry  of fruits and their products, Vol. 2, Academic Press, NY, pp. 411-436.
  24. SCHMITZER, V., A. Slatnar, M. Mikulic-Petkovsek, R. Veberic, B. Krska, and F. Stampar. 2011. Comparative study of primary and secondary metabolites in apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.) cultivars. J. Sci. Food Agric. 91:860-866.
  25. SINGH, Z. and A.S. Khan.2010. Physiology of plum fruit ripening. Stewart Postharvest Review, 2010, 2:3, 10p.
  26. SLAUGHTER, D.C. 1995. Nondestructive determination of internal quality in peaches and nectarines. Trans. ASAE 38: 617-624.
  27. SOMMER, N.F. 1989. Suppressing postharvest disease with handling practices and controlled environment. In: UC Publ. 3331*, pp. 179-190.
  28. WITHERSPOON, J.M., and J.F. Jackson. 1996. Analysis of fresh and dried apricot. In H.F. Fruit Analysis. Modern Methods of Plant Analysis. Vol. 18, p. 111-131.


XI. POSTHARVEST PHYSIOLOGY AND HANDLING OF SPECIFIC COMMODITIES

A.  FRUITS - Temperate Zone

7. Nuts

  1. ABD, S.J., K.L. McCarthy, L.J. Harris. 2012. Impact of storage time and temperature on thermal inactivation of Salmonella Enteritidis PT 30 on oil-roasted almonds. 71: 42-47.
  2. BLESSINGTON, T., C.G. Theofel, L.J. Harris. 2013. A dry-inoculation method for nut kernels. Food Microbiology 33: 292-297.
  3. BRUHN, C., L.J. Harris, M. Giovanni, and D. Metz. 2010. Nuts: Safe methods for consumers to handle, store, and enjoy almonds, chestnuts, pecans, pistachios, and walnuts. ANR Publication #8406, ANR Communications, University of California, 11p.
  4. CECCINI, M., M. Contini, R. Massantini, D. Monarca, and R. Moscetti. 2011. Effects of controlled atmospheres and low temperature on storability of chestnuts manually and mechanically harvested. Postharv. Biol. Technol. 61:131-136.
  5. HARRIS, L.J., A.R. Uesugi, S.J. Abd, K.L. McCarthy. Survival of Salmonella Enteritidis PT 30 on inoculated almond kernels in hot water treatments. 45: 1093-1098.
  6. KIMBER, M.A., H. Kaur, L. Wang, M.D. Danyluk, L.J. Harris. 2012. Survival of Salmonella, Escherichia coli O157:H7, and Listeria monocytogenes on Inoculated Almonds and Pistachios Stored at -19, 4, and 24°C. Journal of Food Protection 75: 1394-1403.
  7. LAMBERTINI, E., M.D. Danyluk, D.W. Schaffner, C.K. Winter, L.J. Harris. 2012. Risk of salmonellosis from consumption of almonds in the North American market. 45: 1166-1174.
  8. PERRY, E., L.J. Harris, M. Giovanni, D. Metz, and C. Bruhn. 2010. Nuts: Safe methods for home gardeners to harvest, store, and enjoy almonds, chestnuts, pecans, pistachios, and walnuts. ANR Publication #8407, ANR Communications, University of California, 14p.
  9. SANTERRE, C.R. (ed.). 1994. Pecan technology. Chapman & Hall, New York, 164 p.
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B. FRUITS - Tropical & Subtropical

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2.     Avocado

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3.     Bananas  and Plantains

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4.     Breadfruit

  1. WORRELL, D.B., and C.M. Sean Carrington. 1997. Breadfruit. In: S. Mitra (ed.). Postharvest physiology and storage of tropical and subtropical fruits. CAB International, Wallingford, UK, pp. 347-363.

 


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6.     Carambola

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7.     Cherimoya and atemoya

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  3. PAULL, R.E.1996. Postharvest atemoya fruit splitting during ripening. Postharvest Biol. Technol. 8:329-334.

 

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