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Study of UV-C treatments on postharvest life of blueberries ‘O’Neal’ and correlation between structure and quality parameters

See — The effect of different doses of UV-C light (5.3, 8.3 and 11.4 kJ/m2) on native mycobiota and Botrytis cinerea incidence, micro and ultrastructure, biomechanical properties and weight loss of blueberry fruit cv. O’Neal during 20 days of storage at 8 ± 1 °C was evaluated. Decay incidence was significantly reduced by all UV-C light doses for both, native mycobiota and inoculated B. cinerea.…

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