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Section 14

XIV. POSTHARVEST LOSSES

POSTHARVEST HANDLING AND PHYSIOLOGY OF HORTICULTURAL CROPS: A LIST OF SELECTED REFERENCES (Link back to Table of Contents)

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XIV.  POSTHARVEST LOSSES

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  10. CAPPELLINI, R.A., M.J. Ceponis, and G.W. Lightner. 1986. Disorders in table grape shipments to the New York market, 1972-1984. Plant Disease 70:1075-1079.
  11. CAPPELLINI, R.A., M.J. Ceponis, and G.W. Lightner. 1987. Disorders in apple and pear shipments to the New York market, 1972-1984. Plant Disease 71:852-856.
  12. CAPPELLINI, R.A., M.J. Ceponis, and G.W. Lightner. 1987. Disorders in celery and carrot shipments to the New York market, 1972-1985. Plant Disease 71:1054-1057.
  13. CAPPELLINI, R.A., M.J. Ceponis, and G.W. Lightner. 1988. Disorders in cucumber, squash, and watermelon shipments to the New York market, 1972-1985.  Plant Disease 72:81-85.
  14. CAPPELLINI, R.A., M.J. Ceponis, and G.W. Lightner. 1988. Disorders in avocado, mango, and pineapple shipments to the New York market, 1972-1985.  Plant Disease 72:270-274.
  15. CAPPELLINI, R.A., M.J. Ceponis, and G.W. Lightner. 1988. Disorders in apricot and papaya shipments to the New York market, 1972-1985. Plant Disease 72:366-370.
  16. CAPPELLINI, R.A., M.J. Ceponis, J.M. Wells, and G.W. Lightner. 1984. Disorders in potato shipments to the New York market, 1972-1980. Plant Disease 68:1018-1020.
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  19. CEPONIS, M.J., R.A. Cappellini, and G.W. Lightner. 1986.  Disorders in tomato shipments to the New York market, 1972-1984.  Plant Disease 70:261-265.
  20. CEPONIS, M.J., R.A. Cappellini, and G.W. Lightner. 1986.  Disorders in muskmelon shipments to the New York market, 1972-1984.  Plant Disease 70:605-607.
  21. CEPONIS, M.J., R.A. Cappellini, and G.W. Lightner. 1986.  Disorders in onion shipments to the New York market, 1972-1984. Plant Disease 70:988-991.
  22. CEPONIS, M.J., R.A. Cappellini, and G.W. Lightner. 1986. Disorders in citrus shipments to the New York market, 1972-1984.  Plant Disease 70:1162-1165.
  23. CEPONIS, M.J., R.A. Cappellini, and G.W. Lightner. 1987. Disorders in fresh pepper shipments to the New York market, 1972-1984. Plant Disease 71:380-382.
  24. CEPONIS, M.J., R.A. Cappellini, and G.W. Lightner. 1987. Disorders in sweet cherry and strawberry shipments to the New York market, 1972-1984. Plant Disease 71:472-475.
  25. CEPONIS, M.J., R.A. Cappellini, and G.W. Lightner. 1987. Disorders in cabbage, bunched broccoli, and cauliflower shipments to the New York market, 1972-1985. Plant Disease: 71:1151-1154.
  26. CEPONIS, M.J., R.A. Cappellini, and G.W. Lightner. 1988. Disorders in asparagus, eggplant, and snap bean shipments to the New York market, 1972-1985.  Plant Disease 72:178-182.
  27. CEPONIS, M.J., R.A. Cappellini, J.M. Wells, and G.W. Lightner. 1987. Disorders in plum, peach and nectarine shipments to the New York market, 1972-1985. Plant Disease 71:947-952.
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