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Storage of Sugarbeet Roots in Controlled Atmospheres to Conserve Sucrose  [1973]

Wyse, R. E.;

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Storage of sugarbeet (L.) root in controlled atmospheres showed no consistent effect of oxygen and carbon dioxide on raffinose, reducing sugar, or amino acid content in the varieties studied. Controlled atmosphere (CA) storage reduced the tendency of one variety to accumulate reducing sugars, but showed no consistent improvement in the other varieties testedCarbon dioxide concentrations up to 10% had no beneficial effect on sucrose conservation or impurity accumulation. Although decreasing the oxygen content to 3 to 5% significantly reduced storage losses of sucrose in these experiments, large-scale studies will be required to determine if CA storage has any practical advantage over low-temperature storage in air.
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Crop science
ISSN : 0011-183X

Information bibliographique

Langue:
English
Type:
Journal Article
Sur AGRIS depuis:
2019
Volume:
13
Numéro:
6
Champ:
701-703
Editeur:
Crop Science Society of America
Tous les titres:
"Storage of Sugarbeet Roots in Controlled Atmospheres to Conserve Sucrose"@eng
Autre:
"epub"
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Information bibliographique

Langue:
English
Type:
Journal Article
Sur AGRIS depuis:
2019
Volume:
13
Numéro:
6
Champ:
701-703
Editeur:
Crop Science Society of America
Tous les titres:
"Storage of Sugarbeet Roots in Controlled Atmospheres to Conserve Sucrose"@eng
Autre:
"epub"