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Al-Haddad, J. M. and Al-Jamali, A. F. (2003): Effect of H 2 O 2 and ethaphon spray on seedling chilling tolerance in three tomato cultivars. — Food Agric. and Envir. 1 : 219

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Allen, D. J., Ort, D. R. (2001): Impacts of chilling temperatures on photosynthesis in warm-climate plants. Trends Plant Sci. , 6 , 36–42. Ort D. R

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106 115 Szalai, G., Janda, T., Bartók, T., Páldi, E. 1997b: Role of light in changes in free amino acid and polyamine contents at chilling temperature in maize ( Zea mays L

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Cereal Research Communications
Authors: Tibor Janda, Eszter Kósa, János Pintér, Gabriella Szalai, Csaba Marton, and Emil Páldi

Annu. Rev. Plant Biol. 2004 55 373 379 Baker, N.R., East, T.M., Long, S.P. (1983) Chilling

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. , Lopresti , J. , Stefanelli , D. , Jones , R. , Bonora , L. ( 2013 ) Using non-destructive methods to correlate chilling injury in nectarines with fruit maturity . Acta Hortic. 1012 : 83 – 89

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11 1610 1620 Cao, S., Cai, Y., Yang, Z., Zheng, Y. (2012) MeJA induces chilling tolerance in loquat fruit by regulating proline and γ

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diluted (extender must be added to the collected semen as soon as possible) in order to provide energy carriers (nutrients) for the spermatozoa. Many different extenders/diluents are used in the practice of chilled and frozen semen production in various

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248 254 Cao, S., Zheng, Y., Wang, K., Rui, H., Tang, S. (2009): Effect of methyl jasmonate on cell wall modification of loquat fruit in relation to chilling injury after harvest

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Acta Agronomica Hungarica
Authors: G. Kocsy, Magda Pál, A. Soltész, G. Szalai, Á. Boldizsár, V. Kovács, and T. Janda

, peroxidase, and glutathione reductase during acclimation to chilling in mesocotyls of maize seedlings. Plant Physiol. , 109 , 1247–1257. Stewart C. R. Changes in isozyme profiles of

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Experimental batches of chilled cutlets of pork have been stored aerobically and surface growth of bacteria was determined by standard aerobic spread-plate counts, and colony counts of pseudomonads on Cetrimid Agar simultaneously with detection times of respective stomached samples in triplicate using a Malthus Microbiological Analyzer at 30 °C, applying general impedance broth and Pseudomonas impedance medium, respectively. To study the effects of storage temperature on growth of spoilage bacteria, numerous samples were kept in successive experiments at 4, 8 or 12 °C. Parameters of the bacterial growth curves were estimated by curve fitting of the colony counts by DMfit programme package of the ComBase softwares, using Baranyi’s dynamic growth model. Linear correlations were found between the respective colony counts and the conductimetric detection times observed in periodic investigations during storage. According to these calibrations, the conductimetric method at 30 °C incubation is able to assess within 8 h whether a sample of pork cutlets contains greater or less than 10 7 CFU g −1 of psychrotrophic spoilage bacteria.

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