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Acta Horticulturae (62): 361
Postharvest storage response of cabbage subjected to various diurnal freeze-thaw regimes, by R.B. Furry, M.C. Jorgensen and F.M.R. Isenberg; Distribution of dry matter and alpha -amylase in heads of red cabbage, by H. Hansen; Concentration of alpha -amylase in hand and mechanical harvested red cabbage, by H. Hansen; Ripening behavior of the rin tomato mutant, by R.C. Herner and K.C. Sink, Jr.; Disorders caused by some volatiles, other than ethylene, found in storage rooms, by M.

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