By Maria Gloria Lobo, Robert E. Paull
Pineapple is the 3rd most vital tropical fruit on the earth, with construction taking place during the tropics. The call for for low acid clean pineapples and its processed items is without doubt one of the quickest growing to be markets, specifically in Europe and North America.
This publication offers a detailed and modern insurance of information and practices within the worth chain of this well known fruit, from creation via to intake. The chapters discover all of the latest advancements in components similar to breeding, novel processing applied sciences, postharvest body structure and garage, packaging, dietary caliber and safeguard features. a great staff of authors from around the globe have contributed to make this the definitive pineapple handbook.
Handbook of Pineapple expertise: creation, Postharvest technology, Processing and Nutrition is the last word advisor for scientists within the meals industries focusing on fruit processing, packaging and production. it's also an invaluable source for educators and scholars of nutrition know-how and meals sciences in addition to learn facilities and regulatory organisations round the world.
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2011). Predictions based only on air temperature were relatively accurate across a range of latitudes where both solar radiation and temperature had relatively large seasonal variations (Malézieux et al. 1994). Temperature mainly determines the distribution of the two main cultivars grown for export. ‘Smooth Cayenne’ is relatively insensitive to natural induction of reproductive development (NI) and its wide distribution has been a ttributed to this characteristic (Sanewski, personal communication).
However, in the tropics fruit acids and flavors are low, forced induction of reproductive development (forcing) can be more difficult and planting material has limited availability because plants produce few or no slips. At higher latitudes or at higher elevations, fruit acids are higher, flavors are better developed and the days from forcing to harvest increase from about 135 in tropical Ghana to over 300 in South Africa. ‘MD‐2’ is not widely grown beyond about 12° N and S latitudes, at least in part because it is highly susceptible to NI in environments where average temperatures are cooler and winter photoperiods are shorter.
Handbook of pineapple technology: production, postharvest science, processing and nutrition by Maria Gloria Lobo, Robert E. Paull