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Effects of ethylene removal during storage of Bramley's Seedling



Effects of ethylene removal during storage of Bramley's Seedling



Controlled atmospheres for storage and transport of perishable agricultural commodities 4th National Controlled Atmosphere Research Conference, July 1985: 374-393



Storing apples in 0.05 mu l/litre ethylene provided better control of superficial scald and retention of flesh firmness than storing in 0.2 or 1 mu l/litre. Ceasing to scrub ethylene after 69 days resulted in poor control of scald but did reduce flesh softening in subsequent storage. Between 140 and 230 days of ethylene-scrubbed storage in a total of 313 days was required for scald control.

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