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Chipping quality of eight potato varieties as affected by source and by storage treatment
R. C. Wright
|Statement||[by R.C. Wright and T.M. Whiteman]|
|Series||Circular / United States Department of Agriculture -- no. 936, Circular (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 936.|
|Contributions||Whiteman, T. M. (Thomas Moore), 1896-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||12|
Post-harvest storage conditions can promote extensive changes in the chemical composition of potato tubers, thereby altering the quality characteristics of the final product (Spychalla and Desborough, , McCay et al., ). Sugar and starch are the main components affected by post-harvest metabolism in potato tubers, which may ultimately To understand the molecular basis of potato starch related traits and the underlying starch biosynthesis and degradation, a Quantitative Trait Locus (QTL) analysis in combination with a candidate gene approach was performed. The diploid mapping population C × E, consisting of individuals, was assayed over two consecutive years, for chipping colour, cold induced sweetening, starch content
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Chipping quality of eight potato varieties as affected by source and by storage treatment / By b. (Robert Claude) Wright and T. (Thomas Moore) Whiteman Abstract Summary.
Potato varieties and selections grown in North Dakota were tested for chipping quality at North Dakota State University. In the through tests, the varieties Irish Cobbler, Kennebec, and selection ND produced light-colored chips after reconditioning four :// A potato seedling, F, that produced good-colored chips from tubers removed directly from cold storage is discussed.
This seedling yielded well, accumulated negligible quantities of reducing sugars in cold storage and had a high specific gravity resulting in substantial yields of chips.
The performance of this seedling suggests that it will be possible to develop potato varieties that do The treatment methods applied in the experiment with the use of growth biostimulators and herbicide had a significant impact on the rise of the content of ascorbic acid in edible potato tubers in A total of forty potato varieties grown in Bangladesh were evaluated for biochemical differences in their composition.
The dry matter, starch, reducing sugar, Metabolomic studies have been crucial in potato breeding mainly because tuber quality traits such as content and quality of starch, chipping quality, flesh color, taste, and glycoalkaloid content Storage at 50° F.
combined with CIPC treatment almost completely prevented internal sprouting. Tests began April using Maine Katahdins from 40° F. storage. CIPC as an aerosol or dip was applied to unsprouted (dormant) and sprouted potatoes.
Dip treatment completely controlled both internal and external :// Varieties of seed potatoes sold in Canada must be registered except where permitted by the Seeds Regulations. The Seeds Regulations provide several provisions allowing movement of non-registered seed potato varieties and an exemption for non-commercial production of non-registered seed potato varieties.
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Contact details for your local Knowledge Exchange (KE) Manager can be found lower down this page - if you can't find what you're looking for, please give them a :// There’s a new genetically engineered potato in town that doesn’t brown when cut or fried, nor does it make acrylamide.
Simplot Company petitioned the USDA to deregulate their Innate™ potatoes, and the public comment period has just been Read More Q&A with Haven Baker on Simplot’s Innate™ Potatoes Quality parameters like total soluble solids (TSS), total acidity, ascorbic acid, starch and amount of total sugar contents of fresh potato tuber as well as organoleptic quality of chips (colour A continuing potato supply of acceptable quality for processing into chips and French fries is critical to success.
Supply chain and variety requirements are the titles of potato supply whereas potato cost covers theory and practice and contracts. A great deal has been written about potato quality requirements for the potato-processing :// 1. Introduction. Potatoes are members of the notorious nightshade (Solanaceae) family, well known for their content of natural poisons in the form of eless, potatoes serve as a major, inexpensive low-fat food source of energy, high-quality protein, fiber, vitamins, and :// Poultry Science® has moved to Gold Open Access (OA) from January 1st, The article processing charge (APC) Poultry Science is $ for Poultry Science Association members (where the corresponding author is a member), and $ for non-members per :// products when crop’s quality is enhanced because improved quality has a positive impact on storage and conservation, which gives producers more time to choose the best moment to sell their products at advantageous prices.” Source: N3 variety of sweet potato ;sequence=1.
Developing chipping cultivars with improved tuber quality and disease resistance is a major interest for breeders and the potato industry. A popular chipping cultivar ‘Atlantic’, is desired Potato quality parameters such as firmness and content of vitamin C are also adversely affected by sprouting (Rezaee et al.
So, to reduce weight loss and other undesirable physiological and biochemical changes that can adversely affect the quality of potatoes, the use of sprout suppressants has become an integral part of potato storage Kumar and Ezekiel () found that phenols content in the peels and flesh of three Indian potato varieties decreased after 90 days of storage at 2–4 °C, 10–12 °C and in heap storage, a traditional method of storage.
The decrease in the peels was minimum at 2–4 °C and maximum in heap :// Diverse studies have demonstrated that potato is an important source of carbohydrates, resistant starch, quality proteins, vitamins C and B 6 as well as potassium (Camire et al.
).Potato is also a source of antioxidants that can contribute to prevent both degenerative and age-related diseases with lutein and zeaxanthin being present in high levels in yellow-fleshed potatoes (Burgos et al Plant Disease is the leading international journal for rapid reporting of research on new, emerging, and established plant diseases.
The journal publishes papers that describe translational and applied research focusing on practical aspects of disease diagnosis, development, and management in agricultural and horticultural ://. Packaging fresh fruits and vegetables is one of the more important steps in the long and complicated journey from grower to consumer.
Bags, crates, hampers, baskets, cartons, bulk bins, and palletized containers are convenient containers for handling, transporting, and marketing fresh ://A principal factor in assessment of quality of processed potato products is the Maillard-reaction-induced brown color which develops during processing (chips) or during subsequent storage (dehydrated dice).
The present paper constitutes a statistical appraisal of the relationship between this browning and the individual reducing-sugar components of the raw tubers and dehydrated potato :// Common potato scab first is expressed as minute reddish-brown spots around breathing pores (lenticels) in small tubers.
The lesions become larger and darker to form circular scabbed areas that may be isolated or coalesced to form large corky masses. While scab does not affect food quality, severely affected tubers are ://