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Temperate fruits

Covering all aspects of the breeding, genetics, cultivation, plant protection, physiology, environment and postharvest technology of temperate fruits.

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Fungal infections pose a significant threat to apples; therefore, the detection of fungal spores is imperative for controlling infection spread and ensuring food safety. In this study, dynamic surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (D-SERS) and positively charged probes were developed to detect and...

Wang JingHong; Zhu Rui; Wu YehAng; Tang Le; Wang Cong; Qiu MengQing; Zheng Ling; Li Pan; Weng ShiZhuang
Elsevier Ltd
Food Control, 2024, 157,

A new distribution map is provided for Grapevine asteroid mosaic-associated virus. Tymoviridae: Marafivirus. Host: grapevine (Vitis spp.). Information is given on the geographical distribution in Asia (Japan), Europe (France, Greece, Hungary, Italy (Sardinia), Spain, Switzerland), North America...

Distribution Maps of Plant Diseases, 2023, April, pp Map 1324 (Edition 1)
CAB ReviewFull Text

Flavonoids occur naturally and are derived from the phenylpropanoid pathway. There is growing evidence of the preventive and protective roles of anthocyanins against a wide range of pathologies, including different types of cancer and metabolic diseases. However, most red fruits available to...

May 2021
reviews; flavonoids; phenylpropanoids; anthocyanins; biosynthesis; grapes; raspberries; blackberries; mulberries; strawberries; blueberries; genetic regulation; fruits
Ayub, R. A.; Pessenti, I. L.
News Article

Labelling misshapen produce as ‘ugly’ improves their chances of being sold, finds a study in Journal of Marketing. Boldly pointing out...

February 2021
I. Hoskins
AbstractFull Text

Table grape is a non-climacteric fruit; however, it has a short shelf-life. Thus, some treatments that can prolong shelf-life and maintain the quality of table grape fruits are required. This study was carried out as a factorial based on a completely randomized design with two factors: the first...

Valizadehkaji, B.; Maleki, S.; Abbasifar, A.
Iranian Society for Horticultural Science and University of Tehran
International Journal of Horticultural Science and Technology, 2024, 11, 1, pp 35-54

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