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Pelayo-Zaldivar, C., Ebeler, S.E. and Kader, A.A. (2005) Cultivar and Harvest Date Effects on Flavor and Other Quality Attributes of California Strawberries. Journal of Food Quality, 28, 78-97.

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  • TITLE: 1-MCP Improved Diverse Sensorial, Biochemical and Physical Apple Traits during Cold Storage Based on Cultivar

    AUTHORS: B. Pashazadeh, H. Hajnajari, F. Shavakhi

    KEYWORDS: 1-MCP, Ethylene Nano Absorbent, Flesh Softening, Storage Life

    JOURNAL NAME: Agricultural Sciences, Vol.8 No.1, January 23, 2017

    ABSTRACT: Apple cultivars’ storability could be strengthened through known techniques of cold storage, advanced industries of control atmosphere or other routine usages like fruit pre-cooling followed by immersion in CA++ solution, depending on genetic potential of the plant material. At the end of pomology and cold storage assessments of 93 apple cultivars, two high yielding native "Dirras-e Mashhad" and "Wealthy" were treated by single and combined 1-MCP and ethylene nano-absorbent (ENA) to assess eventual improvements in cold storage span, fruit eating quality and role of cultivar. For this purpose, directs effects and interactions between all sources of variance were studied. Ethylene emission and CO2 amounts were measured. The results showed that reduced weight loss and flesh firmness, were registered in the treated samples of both cultivars compared with the control. Using of 1-MCP affected significantly (p 0.05) on these characteristics. The native apple "Dirras-e Mashhad" showed higher pH value than "Wealthy" under the combined treatment (ENA+1-MCP). Genetic source revealed significant difference through lower "Wealthy" storability. Ethylene emission increased to 53.64 ppm/Kg·hr after 5th month, which resulted in significant difference at p > 0.01 level related to the initial value of 3.26 ppm/Kg·hr. The combined treatment (ENA+1-MCP) affected significantly (p