University of California

Postharvest Publications

High culturability of epiphytic bacteria and frequency of biosurfactant producers on leaves

Burch, A., Do, P., Sbodio, A., Suslow, T. and Steven Lindow.

Accepted manuscript posted online 29 July 2016, doi:10.1128/AEM.01751-16AEM.01751-16

  • Biotechnology

A Fruit Quality Gene Map of Prunus

Ebenezer A. Ogundiwin, Cameron P. Peace, Thomas M. Gradziel, Dan E. Parfitt, Fredrick A. Bliss, and Carlos H. Crisosto

  • Biotechnology
  • Stone Fruits
December 2009

Transgenic Produce Slow to Enter Evolving Global Marketplace

Roberta L. Cook

  • Biotechnology
  • Marketing
April-June 2004

Opportunities in Using Biotechnology to Maintain Postharvest Quality and Safety of Fresh Produce

Adel A. Kader

  • Biotechnology
June 2002

The Second Wave of Biotech Fruits and Vegetables Enter the Market

Peggy G. Lemaux

  • Biotechnology
November 1999

“Fingerprinting” Vegetables: DNA-based Marker Assisted Selection

T.V. Suslow, K.J. Bradford

  • Biotechnology
November 1999

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