3 edition of Postharvest physiology of perishable plant products found in the catalog.
Postharvest physiology of perishable plant products
Stanley J. Kays
|Statement||Stanley J. Kays.|
|LC Classifications||SB130 .K38 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 532 p. :|
|Number of Pages||532|
|LC Control Number||90044213|
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Science and practice of postharvest plant physiology. Nature and structure of harvested products. Metabolic processes in harvested products. Secondary metabolic processes on products. Development of plants and plant parts. Stress in harvested products.
Movement of gases, solvents, and solutes within harvested products and their exchange between the product and its external environment.
This book provides a thorough overview of how plants and live plant products respond after harvest. It covers the postharvests physiology of perishable crops, including food crops such as grains, fruits, vegetables, and nuts, as well as floral, ornamental and turf cropsCited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, p.: illustrations: Contents: The science and practice of postharvest plant physiology; Nature and structure of harvested products; Major metabolic processes in harvested products; Secondary metabolic processes and products; Development of plants and plant parts; Stress in harvested products; Movement of gases.
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Learn about Author Central. Stanley J Kays Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "An AVI book." Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 27 cm: Contents: The science and practice of postharvest plant physiology; Nature and structure of harvested products; Major metabolic processes in harvested products; Secondary metabolic processes and products; Development of plants and plant parts; Stress in harvested.
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The postharvest quality, postharvest physiology, and postharvest life of horticultural commodities are strongly affected by many factors involved in their growing and development. Thus these factors determine the quality of fruits and vegetables at harvest, which is very important because quality only can be maintained, not improved, after harvest.
perishable plant products. fruits. nutritional quality of perishable plant produce. post-harvest technology and the expansion of international trade in high-value perishables. post-harvest technology, food supply and income generation in developing economies.
2 tomatoes. introduction. post-harvest physiology and fruit quality. post-harvest. Postharvest Physiology and Handling of Quality Fresh Produce and Ornamentals Charles S Whitehead Guillaume H de Swardt. 2 CHAPTER 1 NECESSITY FOR A BASIC KNOWLEDGE OF FRESH PERISHABLE PLANT PRODUCTS The cultivation and marketing of fresh produce play an important role in the world economyFile Size: KB.
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2 lcsh: 7: a Plant and Crop Sciences. Crop Sciences x Crop Husbandry x Postharvest Treatment. 2 z: 4 Cited by: Postharvest Physiology and Biochemistry of Fruits and Vegetables presents an updated, interrelated and sequenced view of the contribution of fruits and vegetables on human health, their aspects of plant metabolism, physical and chemical/compositional changes during the entire fruit development lifecycle, the physiological disorders and.
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The book is organized in the following nine chapters: (1) The science and practice of postharvest plant biology; (2) Nature and structure of harvested products; (3) Metabolic processes in harvested products; (4) Secondary metabolic processes and products; (5) Molecular.
Postharvest Technology of Perishable Horticultural Commodities describes all the postharvest techniques and technologies available to handle perishable horticultural food commodities. It includes basic concepts and important new advances in the subject. Adopting a thematic style, chapters are organized by type of treatment, with sections devoted to postharvest risk factors and their amelioration.
Perishable plant products are, however, susceptible to physical damage and often have a potential storage life of only a few days. Given their key importance in the world economy, Crop Post-Harvest Science and Technology: Perishables devotes itself to perishable produce, providing current and comprehensive knowledge on all the key factors.
Postharvest physiology of perishable plant products Kays, Stanley J. Publisher: Van Nostrand Reinhold Publish Date: Publish Place: New York. Find Postharvest Physiology Perishable Plant Products by S.j. at over 30 bookstores. Buy, rent or sell. Postharvest physiology of fresh fruits and vegetables are too impermeable to gases for successful MAP for products with moderate to high respiration rates, which has led to perforated systems.
International trade in high value perishables has grown enormously in the past few decades. In the developed world consumers now expect to be able to eat perishable produce from all parts of the world, and in most cases throughout the year. Perishable plant products are, however, susceptible to physical damage and often have a potential storage life of only a few s: 1.
Tropical and subtropical fruits are popular products, but are often highly perishable and need to be transported long distances for sale. The four volumes of Postharvest biology and technology of tropical fruits review essential aspects of postharvest biology, postharvest technologies, handling and processing technologies for both well-known and lesser-known fruits.
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This book will enable all role-players to gain a better understanding of the nature of fresh produce and thus effectively address their problems related to the handling of perishable plant products. Postharvest Biology and Technology. About the Series. Postharvest physiology and biochemistry; This volume takes an eco-friendly approach to examining the advantages of using plant food by-products as food additives and nutraceuticals, turning solid wastes into value-added items.
This book focuses on the environmental factors modulating and functional processes controlling physical and chemical changes in live plants and plant products after harvest. Hypobaric (low-pressure; LP) storage offers considerable potential as a method for preventing postharvest losses of horticultural and other perishable commodities, such as fruits, vegetables, cut flowers and meat.
This book, written by the world's leading authority on hypobaric storage, provides a comprehensive evaluation and documentation of this method, its scientific basis and its uses.
The Cited by: Progress 10/01/98 to 09/30/03 Outputs Effects of pre- and post-harvest factors on fruit quality are carried out under this regional project. Evaluation of responses of new apple selections to air and controlled atmosphere (CA) storage regimens.
A multi-state project has been completed in which new selections from an associated regional project have been evaluated, with the aim of. a natural product of plant metabolism and is produced by all tissues of higher plants. It is considered the natural aging and ripening hormone and is active even at small traces.
Horticultural commodities can be classified as follows, based on the amount of ethylene they produce: • Low ethylene production.
Cauliflower, cherry, citrus, leafy. In agriculture, postharvest handling is the stage of crop production immediately following harvest, including cooling, cleaning, sorting and instant a crop is removed from the ground, or separated from its parent plant, it begins to rvest treatment largely determines final quality, whether a crop is sold for fresh consumption, or used as an ingredient in a.
Introductory Chapter: Postharvest Physiology and Technology of Horticultural Crops Furthermore, many studies conducted about the protective and anti‐fungal effects of natural extracts and/or plant and animal derived products on the postharvest quality of fruits and vegetables. In the light of this information, the present book is Cited by: 3.
Focusing exclusively on postharvest vegetable studies, this book covers advances in biochemistry, plant physiology, and molecular physiology to maximize vegetable quality.
The book reviews the principles of harvest and storage; factors affecting postharvest physiology, calcium nutrition and irrigati. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.
Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them., Free ebooks since Physiology/Biochemistry - Biological basis for postharvest practices, emphasizing biotic and abiotic factors (e.g., maturity, temperature, humidity, gaseous atmosphere, ethylene, gene action and regulation, etc.) which affect metabolism, senescence, stress-induced physiological disorders and quality of harvested horticultural products.
Postharvest Technology - Principles, application and. Small Scale Postharvest Handling Practices: A Manual for Horticultural Crops (4th edition). July ii Users' Feedback Solicited The authors welcome suggestions for additions to this manual and for changes in the materials included in this edition and will include such changes in the next edition.
Please. Fresh-cut products are fresh fruits and vegetables that have been prepared (cleaned, washed, sanitized, cut), packaged, and held under refrigeration until consumption.
The fresh-cut sector continues to develop innovative and convenient products. POSTHARVEST BIOLOGY Stanley J. Kays The University of Georgia Athens Robert E. Paull University of Hawaii Honolulu Published by Exon Press Athens, GA.
CONTENTS Preface, v 1 The Science and Practice of Postharvest Plant Biology 1 Nature of the Discipline 1 Fundamental Nature of Perishable Plant Products 2 Evolution and History of Postharvest.
Chapter 10 Postharvest Handling and Safety of Perishable Crops Field packing can be as simple as a picker with a box, or you may use a harvest aid to increase worker comfort and efficiency. For strawberries, the picker places the fruit into baskets that are already loaded into a corrugated fiberboard tray.
In many cases the tray is carried on a. This new book, Postharvest Biology and Technology of Horticultural Crops: Principles and Practices for Quality Maintenance, describes the above-mentioned advancements in postharvest quality improvement of fresh horticultural produce.
This book will be a standard reference work for postharvest management for the fresh produce industry. Postharvest Technology of Horticultural Crops - Ebook written by Adel A. Kader. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Postharvest Technology of Horticultural Crops.
Macadamia post-harvest physiology. The South African macadamia industry currently loses considerable revenue due to physiological problems associated with the crop.
Kernel dis-colouration is a physiological disorder which reduces the quality of kernel, currently affecting more than R10 million worth of. An ipt gene under control of the senescence-specific SAG12 promoter from Arabidopsis (PSAG IPT) significantly delayed developmental and postharvest leaf senescence in mature heads of transgenic lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.
cv Evola) homozygous for the transgene. Apart from retardation of leaf senescence, mature, d-old plants exhibited normal morphology with no significant differences Cited by: Handbook of Fruits and Fruit Processing distils the latest developments and research efforts in this field that are aimed at improving production methods, post-harvest storage and processing, safety, quality and developing new processes and products.
This revised and updated second edition expands and improves upon the coverage of the original.postharvest losses and waste include use of cultivars with longer postharvest life, use of an integrated crop management system that maximizes yield and quality, and use of proper harvesting and postharvest handling procedures to maintain quality and safety of horticultural crops and their products.