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000258865 037__ $$a1911-2017-1565
000258865 041__ $$aeng
000258865 242__ $$aConservation du fruit à pain Artocarpus altilis Park : Développement du fruit en atmosphère controlée
000258865 245__ $$aFruit development and modified atmosphere : storage of breadfruit, Artocarpus altilis Park
000258865 260__ $$c1993
000258865 269__ $$a1993-07-01
000258865 300__ $$a8
000258865 336__ $$aConference Paper/ Presentation
000258865 520__ $$aDeveloping breadfruit reach maturity some 15-20 weeks after the female inflorescence is first detectable on the tree. The first half of this developmental period is characterised by size increase while the latter phase involves the laying down of starch reserves and increases in dry weight. The respiratory climacteric of harvested breadfruit parallels the softening of the fruit and peaks at 200 ml CO2 kg-I h- 1. Peak ethylene production is lower ( 1.5 μl C2H4 kg-I h- 1 ) than would be anticipated from such high respiratory rates, nonetheless, fruit are highly sensitive to ethylene. Attempts at Modified Atmosphere Storage using a wide range of coatings and plastic films have shown that breadfruit can be successfully stored at ambient for up to 3 weeks in polyethylene bags without ill effects. Such successful treatments were characterised by CO2 levels of about 10% (v/v) and 0 2 levels of 5-8 % (v/v) in the bags.
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000258865 546__ $$aEnglish
000258865 650__ $$aCrop Production/Industries
000258865 650__ $$aResearch and Development/Tech Change/Emerging Technologies
000258865 700__ $$aWorrell, Desmond B.
000258865 700__ $$aCarrington, C.M. Sean
000258865 8560_ $$fsnyde350@umn.edu
000258865 8564_ $$s200983$$uhttp://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/258865/files/29_22.pdf
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000258865 980__ $$a1911