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Postharvest rind staining in Navel oranges is aggravated by changes in storage relative humidity: effect on respiration, ethylene production and water potential



Postharvest rind staining in Navel oranges is aggravated by changes in storage relative humidity: effect on respiration, ethylene production and water potential



Postharvest Biology and Technology 28(1): 143-152



The influence of altering storage temperature and relative humidity (RH) on the incidence of postharvest rind staining and on the physiological behaviour of Navel sweet oranges (Citrus sinensis L. Osbeck) was examined. Fruit of 'Navelina' orange stored at low (45%) or high (95%) RH did not develop rind staining upon transfer from 30 to 20 degrees C or to 12 degrees C.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0925-5214(02)00120-5


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