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Keep up-to-date with NHBS products, news and offers. Among postharvest practices, postharvest fruit treatments with fungicide are the most effective means to reduce decay. Ideally, these fungicides protect the fruit from infections that occur before treatment, including pathogen causing quiescent infections, as well from infection that are initiated after treatment during postharvest handling, shipment and marketing. The implementation of these alternatives techniques often requires modifying currently used postharvest practices and development of new formulation for their applications.
The present chapters deal with the newest report related to postharvest pathology in the world. Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions x x 9. Other books in this series. Add to basket. Post-harvest Pathology Dov Prusky. Back cover copy As a collection of papers that includes material present at the International Congress for Plant Pathology, this text features research right at the leading edge of the field. The findings are crucial in their implications for fruit production; an important marker sector where in some areas up to 50 percent of the crop can be lost after harvest.
While postharvest fruit treatments with fungicides are the most effective means to reduce decay, rising concerns about toxicity and resistance. This has led to the development of alternative approaches for disease control, including biological control methods, the subject of some of the chapters of this book. With several new techniques requiring modification of the current postharvest practices, it is more important than ever to test new approaches as radio frequency and essential oils. Other chapters deal with the mechanism of host fruit and vegetable resistance and host response, fungal pathogenicity factors and their relationship with the host response.
Special attention was given to the mechanism of pH regulation of pathogenicity by postharvest pathogens. Table of contents Fungal Pathogenicity 1. Exploring regulatory mechanisms of ambient pH on pathogenicity of postharvest pathogens using proteomics Host resistance 4. Anthracnose and stem-end rots of tropical and subtropical fruit-new names for old foes Disease control: Chemical, Biological and new approaches 6.
Preharvest management strategies for postharvest disease control in mango 7. Postharvest control of gray mold on blueberry based on critical growth stages and infections risk estimations 8. Improving radio frequency treatment for the control of stone fruit rots 9. Use of essential oil to control postharvest rots on apples and peaches Pichia anomala and Candida oeophila in biocontrol of postharvest diseases of fruits years of fundamental and practical research Fungicide resistance in fruit of postharvest pathogens show more.
About Dov Prusky Prof. Prusky has co-edited Vol.