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Effect of storage and prestorage treatments on pecan fruit decay and oil properties

, : Effect of storage and prestorage treatments on pecan fruit decay and oil properties. Gartenbauwissenschaft 49(2): 61-64

Storage of pecan nuts at 5 degrees C delayed fruit decay and rancidity, and reduced changes in peroxide content, iodine number and acid content of the oil.

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