Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission

Research Reports

Currently browsing : Apple : Postharvest : Metabolism/Physiology

 

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Identification of Compounds Contributing to 'Gala' Apple FlavorJames Mattheis1997HTMLPDFn/a
Use of bioregulators to enhance 'Delicious' fruit quality and maintain fruit conditionStephen R Drake2002HTMLPDFn/a
Developing an optimal postharvest system for fresh-cut apple slices with consideration of cultivar selection, physiology, pathology, and sensory quality.Robert Saftner2003HTMLPDFn/a
Health Benefits of Apples Ronald E. Wrolstad2003HTMLPDFn/a
Relationships Between Horticultural Oil Application and Postharvest Behaviour of Apples John Fellman2005HTMLPDFn/a
Using Chlorophyll Fluorescence for the Rapid, Non-Destructive Assessment of Apple Fruit Quality Dr. Jun Song2005HTMLPDFn/a
Role of Sorbitol in Sugar and Acid Accumulation in Apple FruitAbhaya M. Dandekar2007HTMLPDFn/a
Ethylene Measurement in Post-Harvest StorageReza Shekarriz, Ph.D2007HTMLPDFn/a
Molecular techniques to study apple and pear pathogens in CA storage Sarah Stokes2007HTMLPDFn/a
High temperature stress on apple fruit peel: physiology and detectionLailiang Cheng2009HTMLPDFn/a
Metabolomics: characterizing fruit with chemistryDavid Rudell2009HTMLPDFn/a
Sensory and consumer acceptance of advanced apple breeding selectionsCarolyn Ross2010HTMLPDFn/a
Washington apple varieties for management of type 2 DiabetesKalidas Shetty2010HTMLPDFn/a
Apple ACS3 genotypes and fruit ripening Yanmin Zhu2011HTMLPDFn/a

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