Postharvest Pathology

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-8929-9 (Print) 978-1-4020-8930-5 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-ix

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    Pages 1-11

    The Role of Pre-formed Antifungal Substances in the Resistance of Fruits to Postharvest Pathogens

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    Pages 13-30

    Mechanisms of Induced Resistance Against B. cinerea

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    Pages 31-41

    Induced Resistance in Melons by Elicitors for the Control of Postharvest Diseases

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    Pages 43-55

    Mechanisms Modulating Postharvest Pathogen Colonization of Decaying Fruits

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    Pages 57-67

    Global Regulation of Genes in Citrus Fruit in Response to the Postharvest Pathogen Penicillium digitatum

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    Pages 69-88

    Epidemiological Assessments and Postharvest Disease Incidence

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    Pages 89-106

    Preharvest Strategies to Control Postharvest Diseases in Fruits

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    Pages 107-117

    New Developments in Postharvest Fungicide Registrations for Edible Horticultural Crops and Use Strategies in the United States

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    Pages 119-135

    New Approaches for Postharvest Disease Control in Europe

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    Pages 137-148

    Quo Vadis of Biological Control of Postharvest Diseases

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    Pages 149-169

    Improving Formulation of Biocontrol Agents Manipulating Production Process

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    Pages 171-181

    Host Responses to Biological Control Agents

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    Pages 183-196

    Non-fungicidal Control of Botrytis Storage Rot in New Zealand Kiwifruit Through Pre- and Postharvest Crop Management

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    Pages 197-207

    The Peach Story

  16. Back Matter

    Pages 209-211