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Carlos Crisosto
Carlos Crisosto
Professor of Plant Sciences, UC Davis
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Chilling injury in peach and nectarine
S Lurie, CH Crisosto
Postharvest biology and technology 37 (3), 195-208, 2005
7092005
Cell wall metabolism during maturation, ripening and senescence of peach fruit
DA Brummell, V Dal Cin, CH Crisosto, JM Labavitch
Journal of experimental botany 55 (405), 2029-2039, 2004
5652004
Consumer acceptance of ‘Brooks’ and ‘Bing’cherries is mainly dependent on fruit SSC and visual skin color
CH Crisosto, GM Crisosto, P Metheney
Postharvest Biology and Technology 28 (1), 159-167, 2003
4322003
Susceptibility to chilling injury of peach, nectarine, and plum cultivars grown in California
CH Crisosto, FG Mitchell, Z Ju
HortScience 34 (6), 1116-1118, 1999
3791999
Increasing ‘Blackamber’plum (Prunus salicina Lindell) consumer acceptance
CH Crisosto, D Garner, GM Crisosto, E Bowerman
Postharvest Biology and Technology 34 (3), 237-244, 2004
3752004
Orchard factors affecting postharvest stone fruit quality
CH Crisosto, RS Johnson, T DeJong, KR Day
HortScience 32 (5), 820-823, 1997
3651997
Effects of continuous 0.3 ppm ozone exposure on decay development and physiological responses of peaches and table grapes in cold storage
L Palou, CH Crisosto, JL Smilanick, JE Adaskaveg, JP Zoffoli
Postharvest biology and technology 24 (1), 39-48, 2002
3592002
Cell wall metabolism during the development of chilling injury in cold-stored peach fruit: association of mealiness with arrested disassembly of cell wall pectins
DA Brummell, V Dal Cin, S Lurie, CH Crisosto, JM Labavitch
Journal of experimental botany 55 (405), 2041-2052, 2004
2712004
Stone fruit maturity indices: a descriptive
CH Crisosto
Postharvest News and Information 5 (6), 65N-68N, 1994
2701994
Relationship between ripe soluble solids concentration (RSSC) and consumer acceptance of high and low acid melting flesh peach and nectarine (Prunus persica (L.) Batsch) cultivars
CH Crisosto, GM Crisosto
Postharvest biology and technology 38 (3), 239-246, 2005
2572005
Nutritional quality of fruits and vegetables
AR Vincente, GA Manganaris, CM Ortiz, GO Sozzi, CH Crisosto
Postharvest handling, 69-122, 2014
2522014
Application of abscisic acid (ABA) at veraison advanced red color development and maintained postharvest quality of ‘Crimson Seedless’ grapes
CM Cantín, MW Fidelibus, CH Crisosto
Postharvest Biology and Technology 46 (3), 237-241, 2007
2522007
Factors in fresh market stone fruit quality
CH Crisosto, FG Mitchell, S Johnson
Postharvest News and Information 6 (2), 17-21, 1995
2201995
Carbon dioxide-enriched atmospheres during cold storage limit losses from Botrytis but accelerate rachis browning of ‘Redglobe’table grapes
CH Crisosto, D Garner, G Crisosto
Postharvest Biology and Technology 26 (2), 181-189, 2002
2192002
Irrigation regimes affect fruit soluble solids concentration and rate of water loss ofO'Henry'peaches
CH Crisosto, RS Johnson, JG Luza, GM Crisosto
HortScience 29 (10), 1169-1171, 1994
2191994
Effect of gaseous ozone exposure on the development of green and blue molds on cold stored citrus fruit
L Palou, JL Smilanick, CH Crisosto, M Mansour
Plant Disease 85 (6), 632-638, 2001
1932001
Relationship between nondestructive firmness measurements and commercially important ripening fruit stages for peaches, nectarines and plums
C Valero, CH Crisosto, D Slaughter
Postharvest Biology and Technology 44 (3), 248-253, 2007
1832007
Browning potential, phenolic composition, and polyphenoloxidase activity of buffer extracts of peach and nectarine skin tissue
GW Cheng, CH Crisosto
Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 120 (5), 835-838, 1995
1831995
Genotypic variability in vulnerability of leaf xylem to cavitation in water-stressed and well-irrigated sugarcane
HS Neufeld, DA Grantz, FC Meinzer, G Goldstein, GM Crisosto, C Crisosto
Plant physiology 100 (2), 1020-1028, 1992
1821992
Evaluating quality attributes of four fresh fig (Ficus carica L.) cultivars harvested at two maturity stages
CH Crisosto, V Bremer, L Ferguson, GM Crisosto
HortScience 45 (4), 707-710, 2010
1632010
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