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    1. Negi, PS; Jayaprakasha, GK
      Antibacterial activity of grapefruit (Citrus paradisi) peel extracts

      EUROPEAN FOOD RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY
    2. Feger, W; Brandauer, H; Ziegler, H
      Analytical investigation of Sweetie peel oil

      JOURNAL OF ESSENTIAL OIL RESEARCH
    3. Oren, Y; Sadowsky, A; Gefen, D; Solel, Z; Kimchy, M
      Scytalidium wilt of citrus

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY
    4. Lin, JM; Rouseff, RL
      Characterization of aroma-impact compounds in cold-pressed grapefruit oil using time-intensity GC-olfactometry and GC-MS

      FLAVOUR AND FRAGRANCE JOURNAL
    5. Shaw, PE; Goodner, KL; Moshonas, MG; Hearn, CJ
      Comparison of grapefruit hybrid fruit with parent fruit based on composition of volatile components

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    6. Ogawa, K; Kawasaki, A; Omura, M; Yoshida, T; Ikoma, Y; Yano, M
      3 ',5 '-di-C-beta-glucopyranosylphloretin, a flavonoid characteristic of the genus Fortunella

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    7. Patil, BS
      Location and rootstock affect sheepnosing in grapefruit

      HORTSCIENCE
    8. Fletcher, RS; Skaria, M; Escobar, DE; Everitt, JH
      Field spectra and airborne digital imagery for detecting Phytophthora footrot infections in citrus trees

      HORTSCIENCE
    9. Orbovic, V; Jifon, JL; Syvertsen, JP
      Foliar-applied surfactants and urea temporarily reduced carbon assimilation of grapefruit leaves

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
    10. Pino, JA; Sanchez, M
      Chemical composition of grapefruit oil concentrates

      JOURNAL OF ESSENTIAL OIL RESEARCH
    11. Manthey, JA; Grohmann, K; Berhow, MA; Tisserat, B
      Changes in citrus leaf flavonoid concentrations resulting from blight-induced zinc-deficiency

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    12. Rodov, V; Agar, T; Peretz, J; Nafussi, B; Kim, JJ; Ben-Yehoshua, S
      Effect of combined application of heat treatments and plastic packaging onkeeping quality of 'Oroblanco' fruit (Citrus grandis L. x C-paradisi Macf.)

      POSTHARVEST BIOLOGY AND TECHNOLOGY
    13. Berhow, MA
      Effects of early plant growth regulator treatments on flavonoid levels in grapefruit

      PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    14. Hirotani, M; Kuroda, R; Suzuki, H; Yoshikawa, T
      Cloning and expression of UDP-glucose: flavonoid 7-O-glucosyltransferase from hairy root cultures of Scutellaria baicalensis

      PLANTA
    15. McDonald, RE; Miller, WR; McCollum, TG
      Canopy position and heat treatments influence gamma-irradiation-induced changes in phenylpropanoid metabolism in grapefruit

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
    16. Ortuno, AM; Arcas, MC; Benavente-Garcia, O; Del Rio, JA
      Evolution of polymethoxy flavones during development of tangelo Nova fruits

      FOOD CHEMISTRY
    17. Luth, D; Moore, G
      Transgenic grapefruit plants obtained by Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated transformation

      PLANT CELL TISSUE AND ORGAN CULTURE
    18. Durren, RL; McIntosh, CA
      Flavanone-7-O-glucosyltransferase activity from Petunia hybrida

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    19. Afek, U; Orenstein, J; Carmeli, S; Rodov, V; Joseph, MB
      Umbelliferone, a phytoalexin associated with resistance of immature Marsh grapefruit to Penicillium digitatum

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    20. Echeverria, E; Burns, JK; Miller, WM
      Fruit temperature and maturity affect development of blossom end clearing in grapefruit

      HORTSCIENCE
    21. Burns, JK; Hartmond, U; Kender, WJ
      Acetolactate synthase inhibitors increase ethylene production and cause fruit drop in citrus

      HORTSCIENCE
    22. Peiris, KHS; Dull, GG; Leffler, RG; Kays, SJ
      Spatial variability of soluble solids or dry-matter content within individual fruits, bulbs, or tubers: Implications for the development and use of NIR spectrometric techniques

      HORTSCIENCE
    23. Droby, S; Porat, R; Cohen, L; Weiss, B; Shapiro, B; Philosoph-Hadas, S; Meir, S
      Suppressing green mold decay in grapefruit with postharvest jasmonate application

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
    24. POIANA M; SICARI V; MINCIONE B
      SUPERCRITICAL CARBON-DIOXIDE (SC-CO2) EXTRACTION OF GRAPEFRUIT FLAVEDO

      Flavour and fragrance journal
    25. BUSTAN A; GOLDSCHMIDT EE
      ESTIMATING THE COST OF FLOWERING IN A GRAPEFRUIT TREE

      Plant, cell and environment
    26. ANGIONI A; CABRAS P; DHALLEWIN G; PIRISI FM; RENIERO F; SCHIRRA M
      SYNTHESIS AND INHIBITORY ACTIVITY OF 7-GERANOXYCOUMARIN AGAINST PENICILLIUM SPECIES IN CITRUS-FRUIT

      Phytochemistry
    27. BURNS JK; ALBRIGO LG
      TIME OF HARVEST AND METHOD OF STORAGE AFFECT GRANULATION IN GRAPEFRUIT

      HortScience
    28. ALVA AK; OBREZA TA
      BY-PRODUCT IRON-HUMATE INCREASES TREE GROWTH AND FRUIT PRODUCTION OF ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT

      HortScience
    29. MILLER WR; MCDONALD RE
      AMELIORATION OF IRRADIATION INJURY TO FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT BY PRETREATMENT WITH VAPOR HEAT OR FUNGICIDES

      HortScience
    30. Li, YC; ALva, AK; Calvert, DV; Sonoda, RM; Pelosi, RR; Banks, DJ
      Incidence of Rio Grande Gummosis of grapefruit is not associated with concentrations of anions in soil water

      HORTSCIENCE
    31. Miller, WR; McDonald, RE
      Short-term heat conditioning of grapefruit to alleviate irradiation injury

      HORTSCIENCE
    32. TAKEMURA Y; WADA M; JUICHI M; ITO C; FURUKAWA H
      A NEW DIMERIC ACRIDONE ALKALOID FROM CITRUS-PARADISI MACF

      Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin
    33. TAKEMURA Y; TAKAYA J; OKAMURA Y; ARIMA Y; ATARASHI T; NAGAREYA N; JUICHI M; OMURA M; ITO C; FURUKAWA H
      4 NEW ACRIDONE-COUMARIN DIMERS FROM A CITRUS PLANT

      Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin
    34. PETRACEK PD; KELSEY DF; DAVIS C
      RESPONSE OF CITRUS-FRUIT TO HIGH-PRESSURE WASHING

      Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science
    35. BENAVENTEGARCIA O; CASTILLO J; SABATER F; DELRIO JA
      4'-O-METHYLTRANSFERASE FROM CITRUS - A COMPARATIVE-STUDY IN CITRUS-AURANTIUM, C-PARADISI AND TANGELO NOVA

      Plant physiology and biochemistry
    36. SHELLIE KC; MANGAN RL; INGLE SJ
      TOLERANCE OF GRAPEFRUIT AND MEXICAN FRUIT-FLY LARVAE TO HEATED CONTROLLED ATMOSPHERES

      Postharvest biology and technology
    37. DELRIO JA; FUSTER MD; SABATER F; PORRAS I; GARCIALIDON A; ORTUNO A
      SELECTION OF CITRUS VARIETIES HIGHLY PRODUCTIVE FOR THE NEOHESPERIDINDIHYDROCHALCONE PRECURSOR

      Food chemistry
    38. ORTUNO A; REYNALDO I; FUSTER MD; BOTIA J; PUIG DG; SABATER F; LIDON AG; PORRAS I; DELRIO JA
      CITRUS CULTIVARS WITH HIGH FLAVONOID CONTENTS IN THE FRUITS

      Scientia horticulturae
    39. HALBWIRTH H; WIMMER G; WURST F; FORKMANN G; STICH K
      ENZYMATIC GLUCOSYLATION OF 4-DEOXYAURONES AND 6'-DEOXYCHALCONES WITH ENZYME EXTRACTS OF COREOPSIS-GRANDIFLORA, NUTT .1.

      PLANT SCIENCE
    40. MCCOLLUM TG; DOOSTDAR H; MAYER RT; MCDONALD RE
      CHARACTERIZATION OF CHITINASES AND BETA-1,3-GLUCANASES IN GRAPEFRUIT FLAVEDO DURING FRUIT-DEVELOPMENT

      Physiologia Plantarum
    41. LI YC; ALVA AK; CALVERT DV; ZHANG M
      STEM-FLOW, THROUGHFALL, AND CANOPY INTERCEPTION OF RAINFALL BY CITRUSTREE CANOPIES

      HortScience
    42. MILLER WR; MCDONALD RE
      COMPARATIVE RESPONSES OF PREHARVEST GA-TREATED GRAPEFRUIT TO VAPOR HEAT AND HOT-WATER TREATMENT

      HortScience
    43. SYVERTSEN JP; SMITH ML; LLOYD J; FARQUHAR GD
      NET CARBON-DIOXIDE ASSIMILATION, CARBON-ISOTOPE DISCRIMINATION, GROWTH, AND WATER-USE EFFICIENCY OF CITRUS TREES IN RESPONSE TO NITROGEN STATUS

      Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science
    44. MCGUIRE RG; HAGENMAIER RD
      SHELLAC COATINGS FOR GRAPEFRUITS THAT FAVOR BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF PENICILLIUM-DIGITATUM BY CANDIDA-OLEOPHILA

      Biological control
    45. MILLER WR; MCDONALD RE
      POSTHARVEST QUALITY OF GA-TREATED FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT AFTER GAMMA-IRRADIATION WITH TBZ AND STORAGE

      Postharvest biology and technology
    46. SHELLIE KC; MANGAN RL
      TOLERANCE OF RED-FLESHED GRAPEFRUIT TO A CONSTANT OR STEPPED TEMPERATURE, FORCED-AIR QUARANTINE HEAT-TREATMENT

      Postharvest biology and technology
    47. ROMEROARANDA R; SYVERTSEN JP
      THE INFLUENCE OF FOLIAR-APPLIED UREA NITROGEN AND SALINE SOLUTIONS ONNET GAS-EXCHANGE OF CITRUS LEAVES

      Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science
    48. SYVERTSEN JP; SMITH ML
      NITROGEN UPTAKE EFFICIENCY AND LEACHING LOSSES FROM LYSIMETER-GROWN CITRUS TREES FERTILIZED AT 3 NITROGEN RATES

      Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science
    49. LEACOX JD; SYVERTSEN JP
      HOW NITROGEN SUPPLY AFFECTS GROWTH AND NITROGEN UPTAKE, USE EFFICIENCY, AND LOSS FROM CITRUS SEEDLINGS

      Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science
    50. SCHIRRA M; MULAS M; BAGHINO L
      INFLUENCE OF POSTHARVEST HOT-DIP FUNGICIDE TREATMENTS ON REDBLUSH GRAPEFRUIT QUALITY DURING LONG-TERM STORAGE

      Food science and technology international
    51. RODOV V; BENYEHOSHUA S; ALBAGLI R; FANG DQ
      REDUCING CHILLING INJURY AND DECAY OF STORED CITRUS-FRUIT BY HOT-WATER DIPS

      Postharvest biology and technology
    52. RIEGER M
      OFFSETTING EFFECTS OF REDUCED ROOT HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY AND OSMOTICADJUSTMENT FOLLOWING DROUGHT

      Tree physiology
    53. CAKMAK I; ATLI M; KAYA R; EVLIYA H; MARSCHNER H
      ASSOCIATION OF HIGH LIGHT AND ZINC-DEFICIENCY IN COLD-INDUCED LEAF CHLOROSIS IN GRAPEFRUIT AND MANDARINE TREES

      Journal of plant physiology
    54. BERHOW MA; SMOLENSKY D
      DEVELOPMENTAL AND SUBSTRATE-SPECIFICITY OF HESPERETIN-7-O-GLUCOSYLTRANSFERASE ACTIVITY IN CITRUS LIMON TISSUES USING HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS

      PLANT SCIENCE
    55. HOLLAND D; ABIED MA; NACHMAN S; SAAD S
      COTYLEDON DETACHMENT INHIBITS DEVELOPMENT BUT DOES NOT AFFECT PRECOCIOUS FLOWERING OF DUNCAN GRAPEFRUIT

      Plant cell, tissue and organ culture
    56. SYVERTSEN JP; LLOYD J; MCCONCHIE C; KRIEDEMANN PE; FARQUHAR GD
      ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEAF ANATOMY AND CO2 DIFFUSION THROUGH THE MESOPHYLL OF HYPOSTOMATOUS LEAVES

      Plant, cell and environment
    57. DELRIO JA; FUSTER MD; SABATER F; PORRAS I; GARCIALIDON A; ORTUNO A
      EFFECT OF BENZYLAMINOPURINE ON THE FLAVANONES HESPERIDIN, HESPERETIN 7-O-GLUCOSIDE, AND PRUNIN IN TANGELO NOVA FRUITS

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    58. BENYEHOSHUA S; RODOV V; FANG DQ; KIM JJ
      PREFORMED ANTIFUNGAL COMPOUNDS OF CITRUS-FRUIT - EFFECT OF POSTHARVEST TREATMENTS WITH HEAT AND GROWTH-REGULATORS

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    59. ORTUNO A; GARCIAPUIG D; FUSTER MD; PEREZ ML; SABATER F; PORRAS I; GARCIALIDON A; DELRIO JA
      FLAVANONE AND NOOTKATONE LEVELS IN DIFFERENT VARIETIES OF GRAPEFRUIT AND POMELO

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    60. PETRACEK PD; WARDOWSKI WF; BROWN GE
      PITTING OF GRAPEFRUIT THAT RESEMBLES CHILLING INJURY

      HortScience
    61. HAGENMAIER RD; BAKER RA
      LAYERED COATINGS TO CONTROL WEIGHT-LOSS AND PRESERVE GLOSS OF CITRUS-FRUIT

      HortScience
    62. TAKEMURA Y; MATSUSHITA Y; NAGAREYA N; ABE M; TAKAYA J; JUICHI M; HASHIMOTO T; KAN Y; TAKAOKA S; ASAKAWA Y; OMURA M; ITO C; FURUKAWA H
      CITBISMINE-A, CITBISMINE-B AND CITBISMINE-C, NEW BINARY ACRIDONE ALKALOIDS FROM CITRUS PLANTS

      Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin
    63. MAURER MA; DAVIES FS; GRAETZ DA
      RECLAIMED WASTE-WATER IRRIGATION AND FERTILIZATION OF MATURE REDBLUSHGRAPEFRUIT TREES ON SPODOSOLS IN FLORIDA

      Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science
    64. LEACOX JD; SYVERTSEN JP
      NITROGEN UPTAKE BY CITRUS LEAVES

      Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science
    65. STICH K; HALBWIRTH H; WURST F; FORKMANN G
      FORMATION OF 6'-DEOXYCHALCONE 4'-GLUCOSIDES BY ENZYME EXTRACTS FROM PETALS OF DAHLIA-VARIABILIS

      Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung. C, A journal of biosciences
    66. BARTOLOME ER
      CRYSTALLIZATION AND THIN-LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHIC-SEPARATION OF FLAVONONES FROM TRACES OF OTHER TYPES OF FLAVONOID COMPOUND

      JPC. Journal of planar chromatography, modern TLC
    67. SYVERTSEN JP
      PARTIAL SHOOT REMOVAL INCREASES NET CO2 ASSIMILATION AND ALTERS WATERRELATIONS OF CITRUS SEEDLINGS

      Tree physiology
    68. ABIED MA; HOLLAND D
      2 NEWLY ISOLATED GENES FROM CITRUS EXHIBIT A DIFFERENT PATTERN OF DIURNAL EXPRESSION AND LIGHT RESPONSE

      Plant molecular biology
    69. BERHOW MA; BENNETT RD; POLING SM; VANNIER S; HIDAKA T; OMURA M
      ACYLATED FLAVONOIDS IN CALLUS-CULTURES OF CITRUS-AURANTIFOLIA

      Phytochemistry
    70. CHENG GW; MALENCIK DA; BREEN PJ
      UDP-GLUCOSE - FLAVONOID O-GLUCOSYLTRANSFERASE FROM STRAWBERRY FRUIT

      Phytochemistry
    71. BURNS JK; BALDWIN EA
      GLYCOSIDASE ACTIVITIES IN GRAPEFRUIT FLAVEDO, ALBEDO AND JUICE VESICLES DURING MATURATION AND SENESCENCE

      Physiologia Plantarum
    72. SUDAHONO; BYRNE DH; ROUSE RE
      GREENHOUSE SCREENING OF CITRUS ROOTSTOCKS FOR TOLERANCE TO BICARBONATE-INDUCED IRON CHLOROSIS

      HortScience
    73. TAKEMURA Y; JUICHI M; HASHIMOTO T; KAN Y; TAKAOKA S; ASAKAWA Y; OMURA M; ITO C; FURUKAWA H
      CITBISMINE-A, A NEW BISACRIDONE ALKALOID FROM CITRUS-PARADISI

      Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin
    74. VASCONCELLOS LABC; CASTLE WS
      TRUNK XYLEM ANATOMY OF MATURE HEALTHY AND BLIGHTED GRAPEFRUIT TREES ON SEVERAL ROOTSTOCKS

      Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science
    75. MITCHAM EJ; MCDONALD RE
      CHANGES IN GRAPEFRUIT FLAVEDO CELL-WALL NONCELLULOSIC NEUTRAL SUGAR COMPOSITION

      Phytochemistry
    76. BENAVENTEGARCIA O; CASTILLO J; CONESA JAD
      CHANGES IN NEODIOSMIN LEVELS DURING THE DEVELOPMENT OF CITRUS-AURANTIUM LEAVES AND FRUITS - POSTULATION OF A NEODIOSMIN BIOSYNTHETIC-PATHWAY

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    77. HAGENMAIER RD; BAKER RA
      CLEANING METHOD AFFECTS SHRINKAGE RATE OF CITRUS-FRUIT

      HortScience
    78. MCDONALD RE; NORDBY HE; MCCOLLUM TG
      EPICUTICULAR WAX MORPHOLOGY AND COMPOSITION ARE RELATED TO GRAPEFRUITCHILLING INJURY

      HortScience
    79. MAURER MA; DAVIES FS
      MICROSPRINKLER IRRIGATION OF YOUNG REDBLUSH GRAPEFRUIT TREES USING RECLAIMED WATER

      HortScience
    80. TAKEMURA Y; ISONO Y; JUICHI M; OMURA M; ITO C; FURUKAWA H
      AZACRIDONE-A, THE 1ST NATURALLY-OCCURRING AZAACRIDONE ALKALOID FROM ACITRUS PLANT

      Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin
    81. MCDONALD RE; MCCOLLUM TG; NORDBY HE
      TEMPERATURE CONDITIONING AND SURFACE TREATMENTS OF GRAPEFRUIT AFFECT EXPRESSION OF CHILLING INJURY AND GAS-DIFFUSION

      Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science
    82. ECONOMIDES CV; GREGORIOU C
      GROWTH, YIELD, AND FRUIT-QUALITY OF NUCELLAR FROST MARSH GRAPEFRUIT ON 15 ROOTSTOCKS IN CYPRUS

      Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science


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