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J. K. Brecht, "Physiology of Lightly Processed Fruits and Vegetables," HortScience 30, 18-22 (1995).

A. C. Cameron, P. C. Talasila, and D. W. Joles, "Predicting Film Permeability Needs for Modified-Atmosphere Packaging of Lightly Processed Fruits and Vegetables," HortScience 30,2534 (1995).

I. J. Church and A. L. Parsons, "Modified Atmosphere Packaging Technology—A Review,'V. Sci. FoodAgric. 67,143-152(1995). R. B. How, Marketing Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, Chapman and

Hall, London, United Kingdom, 1991. S. J. Kays, Postharvest Physiology of Perishable Plant Products, Chapman and Hall, London, United Kingdom, 1991.

B. Ooraidul and M. E. Stiles, Modified Atmosphere Packaging of Food, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1991.

D. S. Smith et al., eds., Processing Vegetables: Science and Technology, Technomic Publishing Co., Lancaster, Penn., 1997.

C. Y. Wang, Alleviation of Chilling Injury of Horticultural Crops, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Fla., 1990.

Robert L. Shewfelt University of Georgia Athens, Georgia

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