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To prepare oriental melon jelly having highly favorite, oranoleptic and physical properties of jelly with special to the content of glucomannan, oriental melon concentration juice and vinegar was monitored by four-dimensional response surface methodology. Mouth-feel showed maximum sensory score in 0.09% glucomannan, 3.17% oriental melon concentration juice and 1.25% oriental melon vinegar. Org ...

SUBJECT: methode; propriete organoleptique; metodos; organoleptic properties; 참외젤리;제조;관능적;물리적 특성;모니터링

POSTED TO: Journal of The Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition [1226-3311]

Oriental melon (Cucumis melo var. makuwa) is a popular and high-value market fruit cultivated in Korea. Consumers are becoming increasingly interested in oriental melon as a healthy diet over the past few years. However, the melons have relatively high quality loss because the fruit are mainly produced for a limited period of time in the summer season. Lack of the proper postharvest treatments ...

SUBJECT: controle de qualite; quality controls; oriental melon; postharvest treatment; functional packaging

POSTED TO: Korean Journal of Horticultural Science and Technology [1226-8763]

Potential Reasons for Prevalence of Fusarium Wilt in Oriental Melon in Korea

Seo, Y., Seoul National University, Seoul et al. [jun2017]

This study aims to examine the potential reasons for the current prevalence of the fusarium wilt in the oriental melon. Twenty-seven Fusarium isolates obtained from oriental melon greenhouses in 2010-2011 were identified morphologically and by analysis of elongation factor-1 alpha gene (EF-1alpha) and internal transcribed spacer (ITS) rDNA sequences as 6 Fusarium species (8 isolates of F. oxys ...

SUBJECT: pathogenicity; identification; patogenicidad; pouvoir pathogene; identificacion

POSTED TO: The Plant Pathology Journal [1598-2254]

This study was examined the characteristics of the pollinating activities of Bombus terrestris workers, drone and Apis mellifera in the oriental melon (Cucumis melo var makuwa) houses. The peak time of pollinating by B. terrestris workers was recorded at 10a.m., and B. terrestris drone and A. mellifera were recorded at the same time of 12a.m. The preference of visiting time on the female flowe ...

SUBJECT: bombus terrestris; honey bees; oriental melon; apis mellifera; bombus

POSTED TO: Korean Journal of Apiculture [1225-0252]

This study was performed to elucidate anticancer activities of various parts, such as peel, flesh, placenta, seed, stalk and stemㆍleaf of oriental melon. Chemopreventive and anticancer effects of oriental melon extract were evaluated by detoxifying enzyme, quinone reductase (QR) inductive activity, cytotoxicity and growth inhibitory effect against hepatoma cell. Stalk and stemㆍleaf extracts of ...

SUBJECT: qr; melons; chemoprevention; mtt; melon

POSTED TO: Journal of Bio-Environment Control [1229-4675]

BACKGROUND: Plastic mulches widely used in raised-bed culture mainly to conserve water, control weeds and raise soil temperature. The most widely used plastic mulch colour is black. Reflective red and far-red light can affect on growth and yield of various vegetable crops. Objectives of this study were to investigate the characteristics of reflective light of black and red plastic mulches, and ...

SUBJECT: tomatoes; tomate; oriental melon; reflective light; red plastic mulch

POSTED TO: Korean Journal of Environmental Agriculture [1225-3537]

This study was carried out to observe the change of oriental melon juice quality during manufacture by heating condition and enzyme treatment. To use over-production oriental melon effectively, oriental melon juice was prepared with change of heating temperature and heating time. The heating conditions for minimum filtration time were 98.57℃ and 11.29 min. The optimum conditions Predicted for ...

SUBJECT: concentrates; 참외 농축액;가열;효소 처리조건;모니터링; chauffage; oriental melon; monitoring

POSTED TO: Journal of The Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition [1226-3311]

In Korea, root-knot nematodes, Meloidogyne incognita, have caused serious damage to oriental melon production, especially in Gyeongsang province, Korea where oriental melon has been cultivated without fallowness. In this paper, its economic importance has been studied. The effect of pre-plant population levels (Pl) of M. incognita at second stage juvenile (J2) on oriental melon was investigate ...

SUBJECT: fructification; greffage; portainjertos; injerto; second stage juvenile

POSTED TO: Horticulture, Environment, and Biotechnology [0253-6498]

A study was carried out to find out the causes of the low germinability of Songhwan oriental melon (Cucumis melo var. microspermus). The seeds of Songhwan oriental melon were small (0.96g/100 seeds) and looked more or less chubby as compared to other oriental melon varieties. The variety showed a considerably low germination rate and germination speed of 17 % and 3 %, respectively at 25 and 30 ...

SUBJECT: faculte germinative/ anatomie vegetale; semilla; temperature; poder germinativo/ anatomia de la planta; temperatura

POSTED TO: Journal of the Korean Society for Horticultural Science (Korea R.) [0253-6498]

Aphis gossypii Glover(Homoptera: Aphididae) is an serious pest on various crops. This experiment was conducted to evaluate the effect of A. gossypii Glover on the growth of oriental melon and the plant recovery after removing A. gossypii. Visible damage symptom caused by A. gossypii feeding to oriental melon was leaf distortion and stunting. A. gossypii feeding for 20 days on oriental melon si ...

SUBJECT: plantas; plante; aphid density level; plants; cumulative aphid-days

POSTED TO: Journal of Bio-Environment Control [1229-4675]