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Book ID:  095404
Paliyath, Gopinadhan, Dennis Murr, Avtar Handa and Susan Lurie

Post- harvest Biology and Technology of Fruits, Vegetables, and Flowers. 2008. 448 p. gr8vo. Hardcover.
Due December 2008. Orders will be recorded. - Table of Contents: 1. Post harvest Biology and Technology: An International Perspective. 2. Common Fruits, Vegetables, Flowers and their Quality Characteristics. 3. Biochemistry of Fruits. 4. Biochemistry of Flower Senescence. 5. Programmed Cell Death During Flower Senescence. 6. Ethylene Perception and Gene Expression. 7. Enhancing Post Harvest Shelf Life and Quality in Horticultural Commodities using 1-MCP Technology. 8. Structural Deterioration in Produce: The Breakdown of Cell Wall. 9. Structural Deterioration in Produce: Phospholipase D, Membrane and Senescence. 10. Phospholipase D Inhibition Technology for Enhancing Shelf Life and Quality. 11. Heat Treatment for Enhancing Post Harvest Quality. 12. The Role of Polyphenols in Quality, Postharvest Handling, and Processing of Fruits. 13. Isoprenoid Biosynthesis in Fruits and Vegetables. 14. Postharvest Treatments Affecting Sensory Quality of Fresh and Fresh Cut Products. 15. Polyamines and Regulation of Ripening and Senescence. 16. Post-Harvest Enhancement of Phenolic Phytochemical in Apples for Preservation and Health Benefits. 17. Rhizosphere Microorganisms and their Effect on Fruit Quality. 18. Biotechnological Approaches to Improving Tropical Fruit Quality. 19. Post Harvest Storage and Quality of Potatoes. 20. Biosensor-based Technologies for the Evaluation of Quality. 21. Changes in Nutritional Quality of Fruits and Vegetables during Storage.
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Total Price :145.00 EURO (US$ 174.00)