Fruitflesh

The process of writing Fruitflesh has been an incredible one for me. Now it is spawning further journeys. While working on this book, I became acutely aware of some of my own deep contradictions. My voice on the page is loud and clear ...

Author: Gayle Brandeis

Publisher: Zondervan

ISBN: 9780061737114

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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Get Your Creative Juices Flowing A sumptuous, sensuous writing guide from the author of the award-winning The Book of Dead Birds

The Ideal Food

While the vibrations of the organisms mentioned are really too weak to process the animal food, they are still too strong to deal with fruitflesh alone. So the ideal food for the human being of today will, in addition to a certain ...

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Publisher: Martinus Institute

ISBN: 9788757507430

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Temperate Fruit Crop Breeding

120g, long stiff hairs on brown skin, green fruit flesh, occasionally red around core, good flavor, good vitamin C content, very good storage life Other main commercial kiwifruit, large fruit, up to c.

Author: Jim F. Hancock

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781402069079

Category: Science

Page: 456

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This book fully integrates the conventional and biotechnological approaches to fruit crop breeding. Individual chapters are written on a wide variety of species covering all the major fruit crops in one volume. For each crop, there is a discussion of their taxonomy and evolution, history of improvement, crossing techniques, evaluation methods, and heritability of major traits and germplasm resources. Also discussed are the most recent advances in genetic mapping and QTL (quantitative trait loci) analysis, marker assisted breeding, gene cloning, gene expression analysis, regeneration and transformation. Patenting and licensing issues are also covered.

Descriptors for Papaya

6.5.4 Papain oxidation 6.5.5 Refractometer reading of fruit juice 6.5.6 Total soluble solids of fruit flesh [%] Expressed as percentage of fresh weight of mature fruit flesh 6.5.7 Percentage of ash in fruit flesh [%] 6.5.8 Percentage of ...

Author: International Board for Plant Genetic Resources

Publisher: Bioversity International

ISBN: 9789290431299

Category: Germplasm resources, Plant

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This IBPGR descriptor list for papaya (carica papaya L.) was prepared in consultation with a number of experts on the crop, the major contributors being Dr P.J. Ito of the University of Hawaii, and Dr. T. Badra, formerly of the National Horticultural Research Institute, Ibadan, Nigeria. A complete list of contributors is provided in the appendix. IBPGR encourages the collection of data on the first four categories of this list: 1. Accession; 2. Collection; 3. and 4. Characterization and preliminary evaluation. IBPGR endorses the information in categories 1-4 as the minimum that ideally should be available for any one accession. Other descriptors are given in categories 5 onwards that will enable the simple encoding of further characterization and evaluation data and which can serve as examoles for the crrrreation of additional descriptors in the IBPGR form by any user. Although the suggested coding should not be regarded as the definitive scheme, this format has the full backing of IBPGR and is promoted worldwide. The descriptor list given here provides an international format and thereby produces a universally understood 'language' for all plant genetic resources data.

Genetics and Genomics of Cucurbitaceae

C. moschata is most often grown for consumption of its mature fruit flesh, which tends to be thick, non-fibrous, and richly flavored, and most cultigens have non-lignified fruit rinds, but the seeds are generally smaller than those of ...

Author: Rebecca Grumet

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319493329

Category: Science

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This book provides an overview of the current state of knowledge of the genetics and genomics of the agriculturally important Cucurbitaceae plant family, which includes crops such as watermelon, melon, cucumber, summer and winter squashes, pumpkins, and gourds. Recent years have resulted in tremendous increases in our knowledge of these species due to large scale genomic and transcriptomic studies and production of draft genomes for the four major species, Citrullus lanatus, Cucumis melo, Cucumis sativus, and Cucurbita spp. This text examines genetic resources and structural and functional genomics for each species group and across species groups. In addition, it explores genomic-informed understanding and commonalities in cucurbit biology with respect to vegetative growth, floral development and sex expression, fruit growth and development, and important fruit quality traits.

Papaya

... soluble solids of fruit flesh (%) Expressed as percentage of fresh weight of mature fruit flesh 5.33.7 Percentage of ash in fruit flesh (%) 5.33.8 Percentage of acids in fruit flesh (%) 5.33.9 Percentage of protein in fruit flesh ...

Author: Parmeshwar Lal Saran

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781498735612

Category: Science

Page: 266

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With coverage that ranges from basic information to advanced research, Papaya: Biology, Cultivation, Production and Uses pulls together the vast literature scattered over various sources into one practical resource. The book provides a solid review of papaya biology, production, and uses supported by color photographs and illustrations. It covers papaya cultivation, botany, genetics, medicinal uses, unfruitfulness, plant protection, and physiological disorders for the first time in considerable detail. This textcomprises advanced information on agronomy, breeding, seed production technology, scientific crop management issues, and protected cultivation. It discusses papain, papaya products, source of drugs, important nutrients, anti-nutrients, and other commercial compounds produced and used for disease management. Additional background material on the production, processing, uses of papaya, considerations to be taken into account when assessing new varieties of papaya and constituents to be analyzed related to food and feed. Papaya is one of the most nutritious and medicinally important fruits of the tropical region. Scientific papaya cultivation and efficient use of resources hold the real key to providing fresh papaya produce and livelihood security to the masses of developing countries. Thus, the academic and practical knowledge about papaya production is essential to helping you formulate management practices for sustainable agricultural development.

Horticultural Reviews

Category/ Descriptor No.a Descriptor Descriptor Defined Code/Defined Morphology/4 Morphology/21 Morphology/22 Morphology/23 Morphology/24 Morphology/26 Calyx Basin (CALYXBASIN) Fruit Bloom (FRUITBLOOM) Fruit Flesh Color (FRTFLSHCOL) ...

Author: Jules Janick

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780471463375

Category: Science

Page: 416

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Horticultural Reviews, Volume 29 presents state-of-the-art reviews on topics in horticultural sciences. The emphasis is on applied topics including the production of fruits, vegetables, nut crops, and ornamental plants of commercial importance.

Register of New Fruit and Nut Varieties

Author: Reid Merrifield Brooks

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN:

Category: Fruit

Page: 708

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Almond; Apple; Apricot; Atemoya; Avocado; Banana; Barbados Cherry; Beach plum; Blackberry; Blueberry; Butternut; Carambola; carissa; Carob; Cherimoya; Cherry; Cherry Plum; Chestnut; Chinese Bush Cherry; Citrange; Citrangedin; Citrangequat Citrumelo; Cranberry; Currant; Date; Elderberry; Fig; Filbert; Gooseberry; Grape; Grapefruit; Guava; Heartnut; Hican; Hickory; Jujube; Lemon; Lime; Limequat; Loquat; Lychee; Macadamia; Mandarin; Mango; Mulberry.

New Plant Sources for Drugs and Foods from the New York Botanical Garden Herbarium

Author: Siri Von Reis

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 0674617657

Category: Science

Page: 363

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Catalog of unusual drug and food plants. Includes over 4500 species (399 families). Arranged under families. Each entry gives such information as Latin species, place of collection, year collected, and common name. Families, genera, common names, and uses indexes.

Vegetables and Vegetable Products

However, studies concerning the interaction of these genes and their possible effects on fruit flesh coloration have not been conducted. Separate genes affecting fruit flesh color in C. maxima have not been identified.

Author: Hans F. Linskens

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642848308

Category: Science

Page: 187

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The analysis of vegetables and vegetable products is now an important part of everyday life. From the dietary point of view we need to know both the positive and negative aspects of the vegetables we consume - whether they have a high fibre content, for example, or what pesticide residues are present. And from the producers' standpoint, we need to know the methods that are being used to develop new and better vegetables. Thus, genetic analysis becomes important. In this book, a chapter on genetic mapping of pea is included, together with approaches to squash and pumpkin breeding with high carotene content. Also, there are chapters covering the analysis of leaf protein and the oxalic acid content of vegetables, and the analysis of vegetables consumed in tropical Africa. All in all, it is a useful book to have on the shelf for those interested in horticulture, human nutrition or chemical analysis.

The Pineapple

CWI activity months before harvest and translucency in pineapple fruit flesh increases rapidly 4 ( Paull and Reyes , 1996 ) is possibly related to weeks before harvest and is followed almost an increase in heat tolerance of fruit flesh ...

Author: D. P. Bartholomew

Publisher: CABI

ISBN: 0851999794

Category: Electronic books

Page: 320

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authors include international authorities from around the worldonly complete up to date publication on pineappleAimed at researchers and professional horticulturists, this comprehensive reference book on pineapple covers all topics from botany and taxonomy to genetics, breeding, production, disease and postharvest techniques. There is currently no single up-to-date volume on the pineapple and this book fills that gap.The contents include: history, distribution and world production; botany; breeding, genetic engineering, selection and cultivars; crop environment, temperature, water and light; propagation; cultural systems; flowering and fruit development; and pests, disease and weeds. The book will be of interest to those working in horticulture and tropical fruit growers.

Genetics and Genomics of Papaya

The fruit flesh color of papaya is controlled by a single gene with yellow color as dominant (Hofmeyr 1938; Storey 1969). It has been previously documented that yellow-fleshed fruits have high amounts of the carotenoid β-cryptoxanthin ...

Author: Ray Ming

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461480877

Category: Science

Page: 438

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This book reviews various aspects of papaya genomics, including existing genetic and genomic resources, recent progress on structural and functional genomics, and their applications in papaya improvement. Organized into four sections, the volume explores the origin and domestication of papaya, classic genetics and breeding, recent progress on molecular genetics, and current and future applications of genomic resources for papaya improvement. Bolstered by contributions from authorities in the field, Genetics and Genomics of Papaya is a valuable resource that provides the most up to date information for papaya researchers and plant biologists.

Genetics Genomics and Breeding of Stone Fruits

A fruit coloration QTL was mapped on LG5, while two fruit flesh QTLs were mapped on LG1 and LG3. The fruit flesh coloration QTLs co-localized to the same genomic region controlling fruit skin speckle on LG3. A QTL detected for each of ...

Author: Chittaranjan Kole

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781466565494

Category: Science

Page: 418

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The stone fruits—including peaches, apricots, almonds, plums, and cherries—have been bred and grown for thousands of years and today are significant agricultural crops in many local economies worldwide. This volume presents a comprehensive commentary on classical genetics and breeding, molecular mapping and breeding of agronomic traits, and the cloning of genes of interest. It also explores recent advances on omics sciences including structural and functional genomics, proteomics, nd metabolomics. The book enumerates the whole genome sequencing of the model fruit plant peach and discusses bioinformatic strategies and tools for stone fruit research

Vegetables

1954; |B-carotene in presence of B Zhang and Stommel 2000 Yellow (r) 3 S - - Reduced polyenes, very low levels of Rick and Butler 1956; carotenes; fruit flesh yellow; encodes Fray and Grierson 1993 phytoene synthase – (1s) r2 Fruit ...

Author: Chittaranjan Kole

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540345367

Category: Science

Page: 380

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Vegetables contains reviews in 12 chapters contributed by 31 authors from 10 countries. The impressive work that has been done on most of these crops is presented in this volume. Genome projects already initiated on vegetable crops, particularly on Solanaceae and Brassicaceae species, may ignite further interest in other vegetables as well.

Pesticide residues in food 2019 Evaluations 2019 Part I Residues

... 2000 Cesena (Forlì) (Hayward) DR00EUS159 ITA0101 2 4.0 0.267 1500 0 15 28 39 39 39 whole fruit flesh peel 6.7 2.3 1.5 0.52 <0.5 2.1 19 15 12 12 14 13 24 16 13 12 14 14 Italy, 2000 Bologna (Hayward) DR00EUS159 ITA0102 2 4.0 0.333 ...

Author: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.

ISBN: 9789251317853

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 417

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The 2019 Extra Joint FAO/WHO Meeting on Pesticide Residues (JMPR) was held in Gatineau/Ottawa, Canada from 7 to 17 May. The FAO and WHO Joint Meeting on Pesticide Residues (JMPR) is an expert ad hoc body administered jointly by FAO and WHO in the purpose of harmonizing the requirement and the risk assessment on the pesticide residues. The JMPR meets annually to evaluate possible hazards to humans arising from the occurrence of pesticide residues in foods. The Evaluation monographs of pesticide residues in food 2019-Part I (e-version only) includes summary of the residue data considered by the 2019 JMPR. The JMPR is the only scientific advisory body to service the Codex and FAO member countries in risk assessment of pesticide residues and in establishment of Codex MRL in food and feed. The JMPR report and evaluations are the unique technical publications in the review of pesticide residue data from around the world. The Report provides the evaluations of the Joint Meeting of the FAO Panel of Experts on Pesticide Residues in Food and the Environment and the WHO Core Assessment Group on Pesticide Residues. The extra Meeting evaluated 19 pesticides, including eight new compounds and three compounds that were re-evaluated for toxicity or residues, or both, within the periodic review programme of the Codex Committee on Pesticide Residues (CCPR).

Horticultural Reviews

vation that whereas the seeds are nutritious and non—bitter, the fruit flesh ofwild Cucurbita is thin, fibrous, and often bitter (Nee 1990]. Nonethe— less, consumption of the immature fruits has also been considered to be an ancient ...

Author: Jules Janick

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470650790

Category: Science

Page: 304

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Horticultural Reviews presents state-of-the-art reviews on topics in the horticultural sciences. The emphasis is on applied topics including the production of fruits, vegetables, nut crops, and ornamental plants of commercial importance. These articles perform the valuable function of collecting, comparing, and contrasting the primary journal literature in order to form an overview of the topic.

Cherries

Fruit flesh: dark red, firm. Juice: dark red, high staining intensity. Resistance: highly tolerant to blossom blight and leaf diseases. Utilization: processing and fresh consumption. 'Nana' Origin: selected by P. Popa at the RSFG, ...

Author: Jose Quero-Garcia

Publisher: CABI

ISBN: 9781780648378

Category: Science

Page: 549

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Sweet and sour cherries (Prunus avium and Prunus cerasus) are important fruit crops for which demand is high and growing. A significant number of new varieties, rootstocks and training systems have been released or developed in recent years in order to improve the efficiency and profitability of cherry orchards. Cherries: Botany, Production and Uses covers the genetics, ecophysiology, production, protection and uses of cherries. Presenting up-to-date scientific data and applied information, this book is invaluable for researchers, teachers and all professionals working in the cherries value chain.

Handbook of Cucurbits

The fruit flesh is white and sweet with light aroma. Fruits are climacteric and the crop is grown in eastern Asia. Its cultivation is now decreasing. chinensis The plant's foliage is dark green in color; its flower is generally ...

Author: Mohammad Pessarakli

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781482234596

Category: Science

Page: 594

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The Handbook of Cucurbits: Growth, Cultural Practices, and Physiology contains information on cultural practices, nutrition, and physiological processes of cucurbits under both normal and stressful conditions. It presents the history and importance of cucurbit crop production as well as exhaustive information on growth responses of cucurbits to var

Colobine Monkeys

Comparison of seeds and fruit flesh as foods at two sites % Fibre ( ADF ) % Protein ( NX6.25 ) Energy ( kJ / g ) 35 43 20 4 22.6 2.9 Tiwai Seeds ( n = 9 ) Fruit flesh ( n = 4 ) Sepilok Seeds ( n = 20 ) Whole fruits ( n = 8 ) Arils ( n ...

Author: Glyn Ed. Davies

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521331536

Category: Science

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Colobine monkeys have a unique digestive system, analagous to that of ruminants, which allows them to exploit foliage as a food source. This gives them a niche in Old World forests where they are often the only abundant medium-sized arboreal folivorous mammal. From a possible Miocene origin, Colobine monkeys have radiated into a wide variety of forms inhabiting a range of tropical woodlands in Africa and Asia. Most of the extant species have been subject to long term field studies, but until this book, no synthesis of work on this group has been available. The central theme of is that of adaptive radiation, showing how the special features of colobine anatomy interacted with a range of ecosystems to produce the distinctive species of today. The book discusses parallels with other mammalian groups, and will be of relevance to workers in evolutionary ecology, primatology and tropical ecology.

Report

42 Whole fruit Flesh Pits Pomona , Los Angeles Co ... .450 .430 .850 63.67 67.87 20.60 3.20 4.48 2.99 3.66 5.33 12.96 4.70 1.89 4.23 1.06 9.72 10.41 .51 .33 2.31 16.14 15.23 25.92 3.15 2.84 4.63 1.99 1.46 7.41 .40 100.13 .37 100.04 .72 ...

Author: University of California (System). College of Agriculture

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924054773076

Category: Agricultural colleges

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