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Selected Postharvest References

01. General References

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  1. AIT-OUBAHOU, A. and M. El-Otmani (eds.) 1995. Postharvest physiology, pathology and technologies for horticultural commodities: recent advances. Proceedings of an International Symposium, Agadir, Morocco, 520 pp.
  2. BARTZ, J.A. and J.K. Brecht (editors). 2002. Postharvest physiology and pathology of vegetables. Second edition. Marcel Dekker, New York, 744pp.
  3. BEN-YEHOSHUA, S. (ed). 2005. Environmentally friendly technologies for agricultural produce quality. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 534p.
  4. BIELESKI, R.L, W.A. Laing, and C.J. Clark (eds.).1998. Proceedings of postharvest 96- an international post-harvest conference. Acta Hort.464:1-544.
  5. BRIEN, M., B.F. Cargill, and R.B. Fridley. 1983. Principles and practices for harvesting and handling of fruits and nuts. AVI Publ. Co., Westport, CT, 636 p.
  6. BURTON, W.G. 1982. Postharvest physiology of food crops. Longman House, Essex, UK, 339 p.
  7. CHAKRAVERTY, A., A.S. Mujumdar, G.S.V. Raghavan, and H.S. Ramaswamy (editors). 2003. Handbook of postharvest technology: cereals, fruits, vegetables, tea, and spices. Marcel Dekker, New York, 912pp.
  8. CHAKRAVERTY, A., A.S. Mujumdar, G.S. Vijaya Raghavan, and H.S. Ramaswamy (editors). 2003. Handbook of postharvest technology: cereals, fruits, vegetables, tea, and spices. Marcel Dekker, Inc, New York, 884p.
  9. ESKIN, N.A.M. (ed.) 1989. Quality and preservation of vegetables. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 313 p.
  10. ESKIN, N.A.M. (ed.) 1991. Quality and preservation of fruits. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 212 p.
  11. FLORKOWSKI, W.J., S.E. Prussia, R.L. Shewfelt, and B. Brueckner (editors). 2009. Postharvest handling, a systems approach, 2nd edition. Elsevier, Academic Press, San Diego, CA, USA, 640pp.
  12. FRIEND, J. and M.J.C. Rhodes (eds.). 1981. Recent advances in the biochemistry of fruit and vegetables. Academic Press, New York, NY, 278 p.
  13. GOLOB, P., G. Farrell, and J.E. Orchard (editors). 2002. Crop Postharvest: science and technology. Volume 1: Crop Post-Harvest: Principles and practice. Blackwell Science and Natural Resources Institute, UK.
  14. GROSS, K., C.Y. Wang, and M.E. Saltveit (editors). 2002. The commercial storage of fruits, vegetables, and florist and nursery stocks. USDA Agr. Handb. 66
  15. HARDENBURG, R.E., A.E. Watada, and C-Y. Wang.  1986. The commercial storage of fruits, vegetables, and florist and nursery stocks. USDA, Agric. Hb. No. 66.
  16. HULME, A.C. (ed.).  1970 and 1971. The biochemistry of fruits and their products.  Vol. 1 (620 p.) and Vol. 2 (788p.) Academic Press, NY.
  17. HYODO, H. and A.E. Watada (eds.). 1995. Postharvest physiology of fruits. Acta Hort. 398:1-307.
  18. KADER, A.A. (ed.).1992. Postharvest technology of horticultural crops.  Second edition.  Univ. Calif., Div. of Agric. & Nat. Resources, Special Publ. 3311, 296 p.
  19. KADER, A.A (editor). 2002. Postharvest technology of horticultural crops, third edition. University of California, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Publication 3311, 535pp.
  20. KADER, A.A. 2003. A perspective on Postharvest horticulture (1978-2003). HortScience 38: 1004-1008.
  21. KAYS, S.J. 1991. Postharvest physiology and handling of perishable plant products. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, 532 p
  22. KAYS, S.J. and R. E. Paull. 2004. Postharvest Biology. Exon Press, Athens, GA, 568 p.
  23. KNEE, M. (editor). 2002. Fruit quality and its biological basis. Sheffield Academic Press, UK, 234 pp.
  24. LAMIKARA, O., S. Imam, and D. Ukuku (eds). 2005. Produce degradation pathways and prevention. CRC Press Boca Raton, FL, 677p.
  25. MENCARELLI, F. and P. Tonutti (editors). 2005. Proceedings of the Fifth International Postharvest Symposium. Acta Hort. 682: 1-2237 (3 volumes).
  26. MICHALCZUK, L. (ed.). 1999. Proceedings of the international symposium on effect of preharvest and postharvest factors on storage of fruits. Acta Hort.  485:1-411.
  27. NOWAK, J. and R.M. Rudnicki. 1990. Postharvest handling and storage of cut flowers, florist greens, and potted plants. Timber Press, Portland, OR, 210 p.
  28. PALIYATH, G., D.P. Murr, A.K. Handa, and S. Lurie. 2008. Postharvest biology and technology of fruits, vegetables, and flowers. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Ames, Iowa, USA, 482pp.
  29. PANTASTICO, Er. B. (ed.). 1975. Postharvest physiology, handling and utilization of tropical and subtropical fruits and vegetables. AVI Publ. Co., Westport, CT, 560 p.
  30. PELEG, K. 1985. Produce Handling, Packaging and Distribution. AVI Publishing CO, Inc., Westport, CT, 625 p.
  31. PRANGE, R.K. (editor). 2003. Issues and advances in Postharvest horticulture. Acta Hort. 628:1-878 (2 volumes).
  32. REES, D., G. Farrell, and J. Orchard (editors). 2012. Crop Post-Harvest: Science and Technology Perishables. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK, 451 pp.
  33. RYALL, A.L. and W.J. Lipton.  1979. Handling, transportation and storage of fruits and vegetables. Vol. 1. Vegetables and melons, 2nd ed. AVI Publ. Co., Westport, CT, 588 p.
  34. RYALL, A.L. and W.T. Pentzer. 1982. Handling, transportation and storage of fruits and vegetables. Vol. 2.  Fruits & tree nuts, 2nd ed.  AVI Publ. Co., Westport, CT, 610 p.
  35. SALTVEIT, M.E. (ed.). 1993. Physiological basis of postharvest technologies. Acta Hort. 343:1-376.
  36. SALUNKE, D.K., N.R. Bhat, and B.B. Desai. 1990.  Postharvest biotechnology of flowers and ornamental plants. Springer-Verlag, New York, NY, 192p.
  37. SALUNKHE, D.K., H.R. Bolin, and N.R. Reddy. 1991. Storage, processing, and nutritional quality of fruits and vegetables; 2nd edition; Vol. 1: Fresh fruits and vegetables (323 p.) and Vol. 2: Processed fruits and vegetables (195 p.)  CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
  38. SALUNKHE, D.K. and B.B. Desai.1984. Postharvest biotechnology of fruits. Vol. I. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 168 p.
  39. SALUNKHE, D.K. and B.B. Desai. 1984. Postharvest biotechnology of fruits. Vol. II.CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 147 p.
  40. SALUNKHE, D.K. and B.B. Desai.1984. Postharvest biotechnology of vegetables. Vol. I. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 232 p.
  41. SALUNKHE, D.K. and B.B. Desai.1984.Postharvest biotechnology of vegetables. Vol. II. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 288 p.
  42. SALUNKHE, D.K.  and S.S. Kadam (eds.).  1995. Handbook of fruit science and technology:  production, composition, storage, and processing. Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, 611 p
  43. SEYMOUR, G.B., J.E. Taylor, and G.A. Tucker (eds.) 1993. Biochemistry of fruit ripening.  Chapman & Hall, London, 454 pp.
  44. SHEWFELT, R.L. and S.E. Prussia (eds.). 1993. Postharvest handling: A systems approach. Academic Press, San Diego, 358 p.
  45. STORY, A. and D.H. Simons (eds.). 1989. Fresh produce manual: handling and storage practices for fresh produce. Second edition. Australia UFFVA, Footscray, Victoria, Australia, 162 p.
  46. THOMPSON, A.K.  1996.  Postharvest technology of fruits and vegetables. Blackwell Science Ltd. Oxford, UK, 410 p.
  47. THOMPSON, A.K. 2003. Fruit and vegetable harvesting, handling and storage. Blackwell Publ., Oxford, UK, 460p.
  48. VALERO, D. and M. Serrano. 2010. Postharvest biology and technology for preserving fruit quality. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, USA.
  49. WEICHMANN, J. (ed.). 1987. Postharvest physiology of vegetables. Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, 616 p.
  50. WILLS, R., B. McGlasson, D. Graham, and D. Joyce. 1998. Postharvest: An introduction to the physiology and handling of fruit, vegetables, and ornamentals. CAB International, Wallingford, UK 262 p.
  51. WILLS, R.B.H., W.B. McGlasson, D. Graham, and D.C. Joyce. 2007. Postharvest- An introduction to the physiology and handling of fruit, vegetables and ornamentals. Fifth edition. CAB International, Wallingford, UK.

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