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Bioaccessibility, physicochemical, sensorial, and nutritional characteristics of bread containing broccoli co‐products
(Journal of Food Processing and Preservation, 2019-01-07)
The effects of the inclusion of industrial broccoli co‐products namely stalks and leaves into bread on physicochemical and nutritional properties were evaluated. Incorporation of powdered broccoli co‐products at a concentration ...
Exploring sources of resistance to brown rot in an interspecific almond × peach population
(Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2019-02-19)
BACKGROUND: Monilinia spp. are responsible for brown rot, one of the most significant stone fruit diseases. Planting resistant cultivars seems a promising alternative, although most commercial cultivars are susceptible to ...
Effects of long-term controlled atmosphere storage, minimal processing, and packaging on quality attributes of calçots (Allium cepa L.)
(Food Science and Technology International, 2019-12-23)
Calçots are the immature floral stems of the second-year onion (Allium cepa L.) resprouts. Modified atmosphere packaging or vacuum packaging are suitable alternatives to preserve fresh-cut vegetables. The objective of this ...
Infection risk of Monilinia fructicola on stone fruit during cold storage and immersion in the dump tank
(Scientia Horticulturae, 2019-06-28)
Monilinia spp. is the main pathogen responsible for postharvest losses of stone fruit. Several studies have examined the conditions for Monilinia spp. infection in the field, but very limited information is available about ...
Pectin methyl esterases and rhamnogalacturonan hydrolases: weapons for successful Monilinia laxa infection in stone fruit?
(Plant Pathology, 2019-05-16)
The secretion of cell wall‐degrading enzymes is one of the mechanisms used by necrotrophic fungi to colonize host tissues. However, information about virulence factors of Monilinia spp., the causal agents of brown rot in ...
Optimal Handling and Postharvest Strategies to Reduce Losses of ‘Cuello Dama Negro’ Dark Figs (Ficus Carica L.)
(International Journal of Fruit Science, 2020-03-18)
The optimal postharvest handling to reduce postharvest decay and maintain quality of ‘Cuello Dama Negro’ fresh dark figs grown in Spain is been studied. Different storage temperatures (0ºC and 4ºC), relative humidity (RH, ...