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Evaluación de Aplicaciones Precosecha de Ácido Giberélico en la Calidad y Vida de Anaquel de Tres Variedades de Limón Mexicano

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Authors: 
Laura Olivia Zea-Hernández
Authors: 
Crescenciano Saucedo-Veloz
Authors: 
Nicacio Cruz-Huerta
Authors: 
Martha Elva Ramírez-Guzmán
Authors: 
Manuel Marciano Robles-González
Publisher: 
Revista Chpingo Serie Horticultura
Year: 
2,016

Effects of Ultraviolet Light and High-Pressure Processing on Quality and Health-Related Constituents of Fresh Juice Products

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Authors: 
Tatiana Koutchma
Authors: 
Vladimir Popovi´
Authors: 
Valquiria Ros-Polski
Authors: 
Anthony Popielarz
Publisher: 
Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety
Year: 
2,016

Nano-encapsulation Efficiency of Lemon and Orange Peels Extracts on Cake Shelf Life

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Authors: 
Khaled F. Mahmoud
Authors: 
Mona A. Ibrahim
Authors: 
El-Demery Mervat
Authors: 
Hamdy A. Shaaban
Authors: 
Mohie M. Kamil
Authors: 
Nefisa A. Hegazy
Publisher: 
American Journal of Food Technology
Year: 
2,016

Estudio sobre la Maxmización del Beneficio de las Empresas Productoras de Limones teniendo en Cuenta la Fecha de Cosecha de los Frutos

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Authors: 
J.M. Brotons
Authors: 
F.J. Manera
Authors: 
A. Conesa
Authors: 
I. Porras
Publisher: 
Información Técnica Económica Agraria
Year: 
2,015

Efecto de la Temperatura de Almacenaje Sobre las Características Organoléptical de Frutos de Limón Persa (Citrus latifolia Tanaka)

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Authors: 
Glady Castellano
Authors: 
Raúl Ramírez
Authors: 
María J. Sindoni V.
Authors: 
Pablo R. Hidalgo L.
Authors: 
María Esther Burgos
Authors: 
Carlos Marín R.
Authors: 
Karla Núñez- Castellano
Authors: 
Leandro Martínez
Publisher: 
Revista Iberoamericana de Tecnología Postcosecha
Year: 
2,016

Efficacy of Different Acaricides Against Acid Lime Mite Schizotetranychus baltazari Rimando, Predatory Mite and Grading of Fruits

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Authors: 
Praveen Kottalagi
Authors: 
S.B. Jagginavar
Authors: 
A.C. Veerendra
Authors: 
H. Nagaraj
Authors: 
C.D. Srikanth
Authors: 
R. Naveen
Authors: 
G.U. Prema
Publisher: 
Academic Journal of Entomology
Year: 
2,014

Tolerance of Lemons and the Mediterranean Fruit Fly to Carbonyl Sulfide Quarantine Fumigation

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Lemons (Citrus limon Burm.) were evaluated for their tolerance to carbonyl sulfide (COS) fumigation and the influence of COS on market quality. At 70 mg l-1 no significant deleterious changes occurred in market quality up to a fumigation duration of 8 h and only a slight amount of peel injury was observed after 12 h. Longer fumigations lead to the presence of an offensive off-odor in the juice as well as to increasing rind injury.

Authors: 
D.M. Obenland
Authors: 
E.B. Jang
Authors: 
L.H. Aung
Authors: 
L. Zettler
Publisher: 
Elsevier Science, Ltd
Year: 
1,998

Impact of a Brief Postharvest Hot Water Drench Treatment on Decay, Fruit Appearance, and Microbe Populations of California Lemons and Oranges

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Impact of a Brief Postharvest Hot Water Drench Treatment on Decay, Fruit Appearance, and Microbe Populations of California Lemons and Oranges

Authors: 
Joseph L. Smilanick
Authors: 
David Sorenson
Authors: 
Monir Mansour
Authors: 
Jonah Aieyabei
Authors: 
Pilar Plaza
Publisher: 
UC Davis Department of Food Science and Technology
Year: 
2,003

Chlorophyll Fluorscence Imaging Allows Early Detection and Localization of Lemon Rind Injury following Hot Water Treatment

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Green lemons (Citrus limon (L.) Burm.) were imaged for chlorophyll fluorescence (CF) 30 minutes after immersion of the fruit into 55°C water for 5 minutes to determine if CF could be used to identify areas of hot water-induced rind injury before the appearance of visible symptoms. Fluorescence was variable in intensity over the surface of the rind with defined areas of enhanced fluorescence being present that corresponded in shape and location with visible injury that later developed during 24 hours of storage.

Authors: 
David Obenland
Authors: 
Paul Neipp
Publisher: 
HortScience
Year: 
2,005

MEDEST Company

Medest for Import and Export Fresh Fruits & Vegetables is a Sole Proprietorship Company which was established by Mr. Medhat El Dosouky who has a long experience in exporting and importing fruits & vegetables more than 30 years in Egypt with his family then establish Medest ®™ for Import and Export Fresh Fruits & Vegetables.

Medest ®™ is specialized in exporting: Citrus (orange / lemon /Grapefruit), Pomegranate, Grapes, Watermelon, Cantaloupe, Strawberry, Potato, Garlic, and Onion.

Location

161 Ahmed Shawky Street
Roushdy
Egypt
Phone: +2-03-5413 862
Fax: +2-03-5846942
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