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The use of 0.7% storage oxygen to attenuate scald symptoms in 'Delicious' apples: effect of apple strain and harvest maturity


, : The use of 0.7% storage oxygen to attenuate scald symptoms in 'Delicious' apples: effect of apple strain and harvest maturity. Acta Horticulturae ( 326): 183-189

Scald susceptibility in Delicious apples was found to be strain-dependent, negatively correlated with harvest maturity (expressed as starch index) and positively correlated with storage O2 concentration and storage duration.


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