Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editor, Chien Yi Wang.|
|Contributions||Wang, Chien Yi.|
|LC Classifications||SB319.5 .C48 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||313 p. :|
|Number of Pages||313|
|LC Control Number||89070893|
This book provides readers with a historical background as well as current knowledge and theories on chilling injury. This exciting volume covers a broad scope of topics-from basic concepts to practical applications. This work also brings together discussions on various aspects of chilling injury. It gives basic information which describes biochemical changes, molecular basis, and concepts of Reviews: 1. INTRODUCTION and DESCRIPTION of CHILLING INJURY. Overview on Chilling Injury of Horticultural Crops. Chilling Injury of Crops of Tropical and Subtropical Origin. Chilling Injury of Crops of Temperate Origin. The Effects of Chilling Temperatures During Seed Germination and Early Seedling Growth. Ultrastructural Changes During Chilling Stress. Chilling Injury of Tropical Horticultural Commodities Chien Yi Wang Horticultural Crops Quality Laboratory, Beltsville Agricultural Research Center, Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, MD diversity of tropical horticultural crops in . Postharvest Technology of Horticultural Crops - An Overview from Farm to Fork Adel A. Kader Department of Plant Sciences, University of California Davis, CA , USA E-mail: [email protected] ABSTRACT Temperature management .
This book brings together discussions on various aspects of chilling injury to horticultural crops, both in the field and in storage. The book contains 5 introductory chapters on the description of chilling injury; 3 chapters on the contributing factors and assessment of chilling injury; 7 chapters on the biochemical changes, molecular basis, and concepts of chilling injury; and 3 chapters on. Chilling injury (CI) is a physiological defect of plants and their products that results in reduced quality and loss of product utilization following exposure to low but nonfreezing temperatures. To design more effective control strategies and maximize shelf‐life, it is necessary to develop an understanding of the biochemical mechanism(s Cited by: other horticultural crops. However, this highly expanded version also includes information on quality characteristics, maturity indices, grading, packaging, precooling, retail display, chilling sensitivity, ethylene production and sensitivity, respiration rates, physiological . Many fruits, vegetables, and ornamentals of tropical or subtropical origin are injured after a period of exposure to chilling temperatures below 10 to 15 °C (50 to 59 °F) but above their freezing points. Certain horticultural crops of template origin are also susceptible to chilling injury but have lower threshold temperatures.
results indicate that MJ or MS treatment could increase the resistance to chilling injury and pathogen invasion in chilling-sensitive crops by elevating the expression of these genes. Effect of Natural Products on Antioxidant Activity in Horticultural Crops Many natural products which showed beneficial effect in reducing chilling injury. Approaches to Reduce Chilling Injury of Fruits and Vegetables. Jules Janick; Chien Yi Wang; Published Online: 21 JUL Wang, C. Y. () Approaches to Reduce Chilling Injury of Fruits and Vegetables, in Horticultural Reviews, Volume 15 (ed J. Janick), John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Oxford, UK. doi: /ch2. Fruit of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) exhibit a range of chilling injury (CI) symptoms following exposure to low, non-freezing temperature (≤13°C) for a period of time. Horticultural crops are an important party of the diverse agro-ecological conditions in the Indian agricultural economy. The per hectare yield of horticultural crops is very high in comparison to the other field crops. More than species and cultivars are represented in terms of vegetable, fruit, and ornamental crops.