Fundamental aspects of postharvest heat treatments

Susan Lurie, Romina Pedreschi

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Heat treatments have been investigated for use in many aspects of postharvest storage. They have been developed for insect control, prevention of fungal development and prevention of postharvest storage disorders including chilling injury. The treatment times and temperature range vary widely, from days at 35 6C to 39 6C in hot air, to up to 63 6C for less than a minute in hot water. Much of the research has been performed to develop solutions to a particular problem, and less investigation has been conducted on the responses of the commodity to the treatment. However, since the turn of the century, a number of groups have been active in examining the molecular responses and changes that occur in commodities during and after the heat treatment. This review examines the changes at the level of transcriptome, proteome and metabolome that occur in response to the different heat treatments.

Idioma originalInglés
Número de artículo14030
PublicaciónHorticulture Research
Volumen1
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 2014
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