Avoiding ethylene concentrations in harvested lettuce
AuthorsLeonard L. Morris
Adel A. Kader
James A. Klaustermeyer
Charles C. Cheyney
Authors AffiliationsLeonard L. Morris is Professor and Olericulturist (now Associate Professor, California State University at San Luis Obispo); Adel A. Kader was Assistant Research Plant Piysiologist (now Assistant Professor, Department of Pomology, UC Davis); James A. Klaustemeyer was Research Associate (now Associate Professor, California State University at San Luis Obispo); Charles C. Cheyney is Post Graduate Research Plant Physioloist, Department of Vegetable Crops, University of California Davts.
Hilgardia 32(6):14-15. DOI:10.3733/ca.v032n06p14. June 1978.
AbstractAt almost any stage of the handling process, lettuce may be exposed to ethylene gas, trace amounts of which can cause russet spotting.
Morris L, Kader A, Klaustermeyer J, Cheyney C. 1978. Avoiding ethylene concentrations in harvested lettuce. Hilgardia 32(6):14-15. DOI:10.3733/ca.v032n06p14
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