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Section 5

V. SUPPLEMENTS TO TEMPERATURE MANAGEMENT

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

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V.  SUPPLEMENTS TO TEMPERATURE MANAGEMENT

A. MODIFIED/CONTROLLED ATMOSPHERES

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  3. BEAUDRY, R.M. 1999. Effect of 02 & C02 partial pressure on selected phenomena affecting fruit & vegetable quality. Postharv. Biol. Technol. 15:293-303.
  4. BEAUDRY, R.M. 2000. Responses of horticultural commodities to low oxygen: limits to the expanded use of modified atmosphere packaging. HortTechnology 10:491-500.
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  21. DILLEY, D.R. 2006. Development of controlled atmosphere storage technologies. Stewart Postharvest Review 2006, 6:5, 8 p.
  22. DOHRING, S. 2006. Modified and controlled atmosphere reefer container transport technologies. Stewart Postharvest Review 2006, 5:3, 8 p.
  23. EL-G00RANI, M.A. and N.F. Sommer. 1981. Effects of modified atmospheres on postharvest pathogens of fruits and vegetables. Hort. Rev. 3:412-461.
  24. ERKAN, M. and C.Y. Wang. 2006. Modified and controlled atmosphere storage of subtropical crops. Stewart Postharvest Review 2006, 5:4, 8 p. 
  25. FARBER, J.M. and K.L. Dodds (eds.). 1995. Principles of modified-atmosphere and sous vide product packaging. Lancaster, PA: Technomic Publishing Co., 464 p. 
  26. FELLMAN, J.K. (ed.). 1989. Proceedings of the fifth international controlled atmosphere research conference (June 14-16, 1989; Wenatchee, WA), vol. 1 (515 p.) and vol. 2 (374 p.).
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  28. GORNY, J. (ed.). 1997. CA'97 Proceedings vol.  5: Fresh-cut fruits and vegetables and MAP. Postharvest Horticulture Series no.  19.  Davis, University of California Postharvest 0utreach Program. 168 p.
  29. GORRIS, L.G.M. and H.W. Pepplenbos. 1992. Modified atmosphere and vacuum packaging to extend the shelf life of respiring food products. HortTechnology 2:303-309.
  30. HERTOG, M.L.A.T.M., J. Lammertyn, P. Verboren, B.M. Nicolai, B.E. Verlinden, and A. Schenk. 2010. CA research-the interactive game of applied and fundamental science. Acta Hort. 876:67-74.
  31. ISENBERG, F.M.R. 1979. Controlled atmosphere storage of vegetables. Hort. Rev. 1:337-394.
  32. KADER, A.A. 1985. Modified atmospheres: An indexed reference list with emphasis on horticultural commodities, supplement No. 4. Univ. Calif., Davis, Postharvest Hort. Series No. 3, 31 p.
  33. KADER, A.A. 1986. Biochemical and physiological basis for effects of controlled and modified atmospheres on fruits and vegetables. Food Technol. 40(5):99-100, 102-104.
  34. KADER, A.A. (ed.). 1997. CA'97 Proceedings vol. 3: fruits other than apples and pears. Postharvest Horticulture series no. 17. Davis, University of California Postharvest 0utreach Program. 263 p.
  35. KADER, A.A. (editor). 2001. CA Bibliography (1981-2000) and CA Recommendations (2001), CD. University of California, Postharvest Technology Center, Postharvest Horticulture Series No. 22 (The CA Recommendations, 2001 portion is also available in printed format as Postharvest Horticulture Series No. 22A).
  36. KADER, A.A.2010. Future of modified atmosphere research. Acta Hort. 857:213-217.
  37. KADER, A.A. and S. Ben-Yehoshua. 2000. Effects of superatmospheric oxygen levels on postharvest physiology and quality of fresh fruits and vegetables. Postharv. Biol. Technol. 20:1-13.
  38. KADER, A.A. and L.L. Morris. 1977. Modified atmospheres: An indexed reference list with emphasis on horticultural commodities. Supplement No. 2 (May 1, 1974-Feb. 28, 1977), Univ. Calif., Davis, Veg. Crops Series 187, 28 p.
  39. KADER, A.A. and L.L. Morris. 1981. Modified atmospheres -- An indexed reference list with emphasis on horticultural commodities, Supplement No. 3 (March 1, 1977, to December 31, 1980). Univ. Calif., Davis, Veg. Crops Series 213, 36 p.
  40. KADER, A.A. and C.B. Watkins.  2000. Modified atmosphere packaging - toward 2000 and beyond. HortTechnology 10:483- 486.
  41. KADER, A.A., M.S. Olds, P.V. Moyer, and D. Zagory. 1997. Modified atmospheres: an indexed reference list with emphasis on horticultural commodities, supplement No. 7 (May 1, 1993 to May 31, 1997). Univ. Calif. Postharvest Hort. Series No. 14, 67 p.
  42. KADER, A.A., R.P. Singh, and J.D. Mannapperuma. 1998. Technologies to extend the refrigerated shelf- life of fresh fruits and vegetables. In: I.A. Taub and R.P. Singh (eds.).  Food storage stability, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp. 419-434.
  43. KADER, A.A., D. Zagory, and E.L. Kerbel. 1989. Modified atmosphere packaging of fruits and vegetables. CRC Crit. Rev. Food Sci. Nutr. 28(1):1-30.
  44. KNEE, M. 1990. Ethylene effects in controlled atmosphere storage of horticultural crops. In: M. Calderon and R. Barkai-Golan (eds.). Food preservation by modified atmospheres. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp. 225-235.
  45. LANGE, D.L. 2000. New film technologies for horticultural products. HortTechnology 10:487-490.
  46. LOUGHEED, E.C. 1987.  Interactions of oxygen, carbon dioxide, temperature, and ethylene that may induce injuries in vegetables. HortScience 22:791-794.
  47. MATTHEIS, J.P. and J.K. Fellman. 2000. Impacts of modified atmosphere packaging and controlled atmosphere on aroma, flavor, and quality of horticultural commodities. HortTechnology 10:507-510
  48. MITCHAM, E.J. (ed.). 1997.  CA'97 Proceedings vol.  2: apples and pears.  Postharvest Horticulture series no. 16. Davis, University of California Postharvest 0utreach Program. 308 p.
  49. MORRIS, L.L., L.L. Claypool, and D.P. Murr. 1971. Modified atmospheres - an indexed reference list through 1969, with emphasis on horticultural commodities. Univ. Calif., Div. Agric. Sci., 115 p.
  50. MURR, D.P., A.A. Kader, and L.L. Morris. 1974. Modified atmospheres - an indexed reference list through 1969, with emphasis on horticultural commodities. (Jan., 1970-April 30, 1974), Univ. Calif., Davis, Veg. Crops Series 168, 39 p.
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  52. OOSTERHAVEN, J. and H.W. Peppelenbos (editors). 2003. Proceedings of the eighth international controlled atmosphere research conference. Acta Hort. 600:1-838 (2 volumes).
  53. OZDEMIR, I., F. Monnet, and B. Gouble. 2004. Simple determination of the O2 and CO2 permeances microperforated pouches for modified atmosphere packaging of respiring foods. Postharv. Biol. Technol. 36: 209-213.
  54. PRANGE, R.K. and J.M. deLong. 2006. Controlled-atmosphere related disorders of fruits and vegetables. Stewart Postharvest Review 2006, 5:7, 10pp.
  55. RAGHAVAN, G.S.V., P. Alvo, Y. Gariepy, and C. Vigneault. 1996. Refrigerated and controlled modified atmosphere storage. In L.P. Somogyi, H.S. Ramaswamy, and Y.H. Hui (eds.): Processing fruits: science and technology, Vol. 1. Biology, principles, and applications. Lancaster: Technomic Publ. Co., pp. 135-167.
  56. RENNIE, T.J. and S. Tavoularis. 2009a. Perforation-mediated modified atmosphere packaging. Part I. Development of a mathematical model. Postharv. Biol. Technol. 51:1-9.
  57. RENNIE, T.J. and S. Tavoularis. 2009b. Perforation-mediated modified atmosphere packaging. Part II. Implementation and numerical solution of a mathematical model. Postharv. Biol. Technol. 51:10-20.
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  67. SUPPAKUL, P., J. Miltz, K. Sonneveld, and S.W. Bigger. 2003. Active packaging with an emphasis on antimicrobial packaging and its applications. J. Food Sci. 68:408-420.
  68. TALASILA, P.C., K.V. Chau, and J.K. Brecht. 1995. Design of rigid modified atmosphere packages for fresh fruits and vegetables. J. Food Sci. 60:758-761, 769.
  69. TANO, K., M.K. Oule, G. Doyon, R.W. Lencki, and J. Arul. 2007. Comparative evaluation of the effect of storage temperature fluctuation on modified atmosphere packages of selected fruit and vegetables. Postharv. Biol. Technol. 46:212-221.
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V. SUPPLEMENTS TO TEMPERATURE MANAGEMENT

B. HYPOBARIC STORAGE

  1. BANGERTH, F. 1974. Hypobaric storage of vegetables. Acta Hort. 38:23-32.
  2. BURG, S.P. 1973. Hypobaric storage of cut flowers. HortScience 8:202-205.
  3. BURG, S.P. 1990. Theory and practice of hypobaric storage. In: M. Calderon and R. Barkai-Golan (eds.). Food preservation by modified atmospheres. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp. 353-372.
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  9. LOUGHEED, E.C., D.P.  Murr, and L. Berard. 1978.  Low pressure storage for horticultural crops. HortScience 13:21-27.             

 

V.  SUPPLEMENTS TO TEMPERATURE MANAGEMENT

C.  GROWTH REGULATORS

  1. BANGERTH, F. 1983. Hormonal and chemical preharvest treatments which influence postharvest quality, maturity and storeability of fruit. In:  M. Lieberman (ed.). Postharvest physiology and crop preservation. Plenum Corp., New York, NY, pp. 331-354.
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V.  SUPPLEMENTS  TO TEMPERATURE MANAGEMENT

D.  GAMMA IRRADIATION

  1. ABDEL-KADER, A.S. and E.C. Maxie. 1967. Radiation pasteurization of fruits and vegetables - a bibliography. U.S. Atom. Energy Comm. Rpt. ORNL IIC-11, 56 p.
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  7. BRUHN, C., J.R. Gorny, A.A. Kader, and E.J. Mitcham. 2009. Produce irradiation: recommendations for maintaining produce postharvest quality, safety & marketability.
  8. BUCHANAN, R.L. 2008. Bibliography on treatment of produce with gamma radiation.
  9. DELINCEE, H. 1998. Detection of food treated with ionizing radiation. Trends in Food Sci. Technol. 9:73-82.
  10. DENNISON, R.A. and E.M. Ahmed. 1975. Irradiation treatment of fruits and vegetables. In: N.F. Haard and D.K. Salunkhe (eds.), Symposium: Postharvest biology and handling of fruits and vegetables. AVI Publ. Co., Westport, CT, pp. 118-129.
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