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Storage of vegetables in modified atmospheres (CA)


, : Storage of vegetables in modified atmospheres (CA). Acta Horticulturae (38): 13-22

The results are given of several years' trials comparing the storage life of a wide range of vegetables in refrigerated or controlled-atmosphere stores. Differences between the 2 systems were associated with differences in morphological structure.

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