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Daniel Valero, Maria Serrano

Daniel Valero, Maria Serrano. The book chronicles the changes in postharvest technology during the past three decades, highlighting the advances made possible through a deeper understanding of the postharvest physiology of raw produce. It focuses on how to maintain both sensorial and nutritional fruit quality parameters while also extending shelf life. Lists with This Book.

Daniel Valero and María Serrano. Boca Raton London New York. María Serrano is currently a professor in the Department of Applied Biology at the University Miguel Hernández, Alicante, Spain. CRC Press is an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, an informa business.

Postharvest Biology and Technology. An International Journal. This includes the areas of postharvest storage, treatments and underpinning mechanisms, quality evaluation, packaging, handling and distribution of fresh horticultural crops including fruit, vegetables, flowers and nuts, but excluding grains, seeds and forages. These disciplines include systems biology, bioinformatics, entomology, plant physiology, plant pathology, (bio)chemistry, engineering, modelling, and technologies for nondestructive testing.

Daniel Valero, Maria Serrano. The book chronicles the changes in postharvest technology during the past three decades, highlighting the advances made possible through a deeper understanding of the postharvest physiology of raw produce

Daniel Valero, Maria Serrano. The authors present a wide range of technological applications for postharvest strategies, including heat treatments, naturally-occurring compounds, modified atmosphere packaging, non-toxic chemical compounds, and active packaging.

Synergistic Influence of Pre-Harvest Calcium Sprays and Postharvest Hot Water Treatment on Fruit Firmness, Decay, Bitter Pit Incidence and Postharvest Quality of Royal Delicious Apples (Malus x domestica Borkh). R. Sharma, D. Singh, R. K. Pal. DOI: 1. 236/ajps. 41020 4 672 Downloads 6 612 Views Citations.

Postharvest biology and technology for preserving fruit quality, Daniel Valero and Maria Serrano. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978-1-4398-0266-3 (alk. paper) 1. Fruit-Postharvest technology.

Main Author: Valero, Daniel. Other Authors: Serrano, Maria, 1963-. a Fruit ripening - Changes in fruit quality attributes during handling, processing, and storage - Cold storage and fruit quality - Heat treatments - Calcium treatments - Polyamine treatments - treatments - Storage in modified atmosphere packaging - Active packaging - Emerging technologies.

Sweet cherry fruits harvested at commercial maturity stage were treated with an edible coating based on sodium alginate at. .Postharvest Biology and Technology for Preserving Fruit Quality. Boca Raton, USA: CRC-Taylor & Francis. CrossRefGoogle Scholar

Sweet cherry fruits harvested at commercial maturity stage were treated with an edible coating based on sodium alginate at several concentrations (1%, 3% or 5% w/v)  . CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Valverde, J. Valero, . Martínez-Romero, . Guillén, . Castillo, . & Serrano, M. (2005). Novel edible coating based on of Aloe vera gel to maintain table grape quality and safety. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 53, 7807–7813.

Keywords: pomegranate; postharvest biology; technology; maturity; harvesting; ripening; ethylene; respiration . uration and ripening, postharvest physiology and technology of. pomegranate fruit in relation to maintaining its quality between

Keywords: pomegranate; postharvest biology; technology; maturity; harvesting; ripening; ethylene; respiration; storage; controlled. pomegranate fruit in relation to maintaining its quality between. harvest and fresh consumption or processing.

Interest in the postharvest behavior of fruits and vegetables has a history . Serrano, M. (2010).

Interest in the postharvest behavior of fruits and vegetables has a history as long as mankind's. Once we moved past mere survival, the goal of postharvest. Postharvest Biology and Technology for Preserving Fruit Quality book. ByDaniel Valero, Maria Serrano. Interest in the postharvest behavior of fruits and vegetables has a history as long as mankind's.

Interest in the postharvest behavior of fruits and vegetables has a history as long as mankind’s. Once we moved past mere survival, the goal of postharvest preservation research became learning how to balance consumer satisfaction with quantity and quality while also preserving nutritional quality. A comprehensive overview of new postharvest technologies, Postharvest Biology and Technology for Preserving Fruit Quality examines the physical, chemical, and nutritional changes that occur during the ripening process.

The book chronicles the changes in postharvest technology during the past three decades, highlighting the advances made possible through a deeper understanding of the postharvest physiology of raw produce. It focuses on how to maintain both sensorial and nutritional fruit quality parameters while also extending shelf life. The authors present a wide range of technological applications for postharvest strategies, including heat treatments, naturally-occurring compounds, modified atmosphere packaging, non-toxic chemical compounds, and active packaging. The text also discusses the advantages and disadvantages of using cold temperatures during handling, packaging, and storage. Although each chapter constitutes a separate unit, which could be used in a stand-alone fashion, the order and continuity of the chapters provide a more complete understanding of the subject.

Exploring future directions, the book concludes with coverage of emerging technologies such as atmospheres with high O2, biological control, and the use of UV-light. It offers a firm grounding in the basic knowledge of postharvest research, technology, and applications. The text illustrates a broad range of approaches, based on years of research, and brings them together in a convenient, easily accessible resource.

Postharvest Biology and Technology for Preserving Fruit Quality epub download

ISBN13: 978-1439802663

ISBN: 1439802661

Author: Maria Serrano,Daniel Valero

Category: Other

Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (May 12, 2010)

Pages: 287 pages

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