Fruit Physiological Disorders
FIELD INKING OR BLACK STAINING: SKIN DISCOLORATION OF PEACH AND NECTARINE.
Cheng, G.W. and Crisosto, C.H. 1994. Development of dark discoloration on peach and nectarine fruit in response to exogenous contaminations. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 119, 529-533.
Cheng, G.W. and Crisosto, C.H. 1995. Browning potential, phenolic composition, and polyphenoloxidase activity of buffer extracts of peach and nectarine skin tissue. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 120, 835-838.
Cheng, G.W. and Crisosto, C.H. 1997. Iron-polyphenol complex formation and skin discoloration in peaches and nectarines. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 122, 95-99.
Crisosto, C.H., Johnson, R.S., Luza, J. and Day, K. 1993. Incidence of physical damage on peach and nectarine skin discoloration development: Anatomical studies. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 118, 796-800.
Crisosto, C.H., Johnson, R.S., Day, K.R., Beede, B. and Andris, H. 1999. Contaminants and injury induce inking on peaches and nectarines. California Agriculture 53, 19-23.
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