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Shelf-Life Prediction Model of Chitosan Coated Eggs at Different Storage Temperatures

room-temperature storage. Radiation Physics & Chemistry , 78(7): 589-591. 7. Tezotto-Uliana, J, V., Fargoni, G, P., Geerdink, G, M., & Kluge, R, A., (2014). Chitosan applications pre- or postharvest prolong raspberry shelf-life quality. Postharvest Biology and Technology , 91, 72-77. 8. Caner, C, Özge, Cansiz. (2008). Chitosan coating minimises eggshell breakage and improves egg quality. Journal of the Science of Food & Agriculture , 88(1): 56–61. 9. Scott, T, A. Silversides, F, G. (2000). The effect of storage and strain of hen on egg quality

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Effect of Duration and Drying Temperature on Characteristics of Dried Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum L.) Cochoro Variety

. & Verheul, M. (2009). Review of flavonoids and other phenolics from fruits of different tomato ( Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) cultivars. J of the Sci. of Food and Agri. 89(8), 1255-1270. DOI: 10.1002/jsfa.3605. 51. Splittstoesser, W. E. (1990). Vegetable Growing Handbook: Organic and Traditional. Methods. 3 rd Edition, Vannostrand Reinbold, New York. pp 167-171. 52. Tuba, D., Mehmet, A. K., Hakan, A., Derya, B. (2011). The Effects of Several Postharvest Treatments on Shelf Life Quality of Bunch Tomatoes. Not Bot Horti Agrobo 39(2), 209-213. DOI: http

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