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EFFECTS OF MODIFIED ATMOSPHERE PACKAGING ON RIPENING OF 'DOURADAO' PEACH RELATED TO PECTOLYTIC ENZYMES ACTIVITIES AND CHILLING INJURY SYMPTOMS
(Soc Brasileira FruticulturaJaboticabal SpBrasil, 2011)
Effect of controlled atmosphere on postharvest quality of 'Douradao' peaches
(Soc Brasileira Ciencia Tecnologia AlimentosCampinasBrasil, 2011)
MODIFIED ATMOSPHERE PACKAGING EXTENDING THE STORAGE LIFE OF 'DOURADAO' PEACH
(Soc Brasileira FruticulturaJaboticabal SpBrasil, 2010)
Cell wall-related genes studies on peach cultivars with differential susceptibility to woolliness: looking for candidates as indicators of chilling tolerance
Key message: The results obtained indicate that a β-xylosidase gene may act as good indicator of chilling tolerance and provide new insights into the complex issue of peach fruit woolliness. Abstract: The storage of peaches ...
Identification of woolliness response genes in peach fruit after post-harvest treatments
Woolliness is a physiological disorder of peaches and nectarines that becomes apparent when fruit are ripened after prolonged periods of cold storage. This disorder is of commercial importance since shipping of peaches ...
Kunsia tomentosus (Rodentia: Cricetidae)
(American Society of Mammalogists, 2016-01-07)
Kunsia tomentosus (Lichtenstein, 1830), the woolly giant rat, is a semifossorial cricetid typically associated with the Cerrado and Beni domains in central South America. Kunsia was recently revised and includes only 1 ...
Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci in the woolly mouse opossum, Micoureus paraguayanus (Marsupialia : Didelphimorphia)
(Blackwell Publishing, 2006-09-01)
Five microsatellite loci were isolated and characterized within the woolly mouse opossum (Micoureus paraguayanus), a Neotropical marsupial, using an enrichment cloning procedure. Between four and seven alleles were detected ...
Reassessment of the hairy long-nosed armadillo "Dasypus" pilosus (Xenarthra, Dasypodidae) and revalidation of the genus Cryptophractus Fitzinger, 1856
(Magnolia Press, 2015)
Copyright © 2015 Magnolia Press. The hairy long-nosed armadillo, currently referred as Dasypus (Cryptophractus) pilosus, is an enigmatic species endemic to montane cloud forests and subparamo of Peruvian Andes. Its strikingly ...
Reassessment of the hairy long-nosed armadillo “Dasypus” pilosus (Xenarthra, Dasypodidae) and revalidation of the genus Cryptophractus Fitzinger, 1856
(Magnolia Press, 2015)
The hairy long-nosed armadillo, currently referred as Dasypus (Cryptophractus) pilosus, is an enigmatic species endemic to montane cloud forests and subparamo of Peruvian Andes. Its strikingly different external features, ...