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Bonghi, C., Ramina, A., Ruperti, B., Vidrih, R. & Tonutti, P. (1999): Peach fruit ripening and quality in relation to picking time, and hypoxic and high CO 2 short-term postharvest treatments. Postharvest Biol. Technol. , 16 , 213

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: F.J. Vazquez-Armenta, J.F. Ayala-Zavala, G.I. Olivas, F.J. Molina-Corral, and B.A. Silva-Espinoza

): Reassessment of treatments to retard browning of fresh-cut Russet potato with emphasis on controlled atmospheres and low concentrations of bisulphite. Int. J. Fd Sci. Tech., 45 , 1486–1494. Cantwell M

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treatment.) Lecture note, University of Horticulture and Food Industry , Budapest , pp. 114 – 141 . Körmendy , I. , Pátkai , GY. & Körmendy

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Bergogne-Bérézin , E. (2000): Treatment and prevention of antibiotic associated diarrhea. Int. J. Antimicrob. Agents, 16 , 521–526. Bergogne-Bérézin E

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. ( 2006 ): Changes of hen eggs and their components caused by non-thermal pasteurizing treatments II . Some non-microbiological effects of gamma irradiation or hydrostatic pressure processing on liquid egg white and egg yolk. Acta Alimentaria , 35

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Veličković, D., Vucelić-Radović, B., Barać, M. & Simić, D. (1992): The change of trypsin inhibitor activity as a function of pressure and the duration of thermal treatment of soybean flour. Rev. Res. Work Fac. Agric., 37 , 109

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Authors: Sz. Gy. Szerencsés, S. Beszédes, Zs. László, G. Veréb, D. Szalay, Zs. Hovorkáné Horváth, C. Hodúr, G. Rákhely, and Sz. Kertész

this amount turns into waste and without proper treatment this can be harmful for the environment. Although traditional treatments can be effective, these methods have many disadvantages, such as sludge formation and disposal problems, generation of

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Britton, S.C. (1975): Examination of the layer produced by chromate passivation treatments of tinplates. Brit. Corros. J. , 10 , 85–90. Britton S.C. Examination of the layer

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supernatant using Multiscan Ascent photometer (Thermo Fisher Scientific, Waltham, Massachusetts, USA) as described by Baráti-Deák et al. (2020) . 2.6 Protease, NaOH, and heat treatments of the cell-free supernatants 24-h-old cell-free supernatants of static

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812 Masti R. S., Sainsbury M. G. Vibration damping of cylindrical shells partially coated with a constrained viscoelastic treatment having a standoff layer, Thin-Walled Structures , Vol

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