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Postharvest physiology and technology of Spondias purpurea L. and S. mombin L
This document aims to provide relevant information about the biology and postharvest technology of S. purpurea and S. mombin published by other authors over the last 50 years, as well as experimental data obtained by the research group that will provide a useful reference for future work on the postHarvest handling of these genetic resources.
Postharvest physiology and technology of sapote mamey fruit (Pouteria sapota (Jacq.) H.E. Moore & Stearn)
- I. Alia-Tejacal, R. Villanueva-Arce, C. Pelayo-Zaldívar, M. Colinas-León, V. López-Martínez, S. Bautista-Baños
- 1 September 2007
Topics deal with postharvest handling and physiology; changes of quality attributes during ripening such as colour, total soluble solids, firmness, water content, sugars and carotenoids; diseases, insects and disorders during storage; and responses to low temperatures.
BOTÂNICA E FISIOLOGIA/ BOTANY AND PHYSIOLOGY ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY AND PHYSICOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS IN ‘CUERNAVAQUEÑA’ MEXICAN PLUM (Spondias purpurea L.) AT DIFFERENT RIPENING STAGES
- Adabella Suárez Vargas, P. Juárez-López, V. López-Martínez, L. J. P. Flores, D. G. Sánchez, I. Alia-Tejacal
- 12 September 2017
Fully ripe plum epicarp presented the highest content of total phenols, flavonoids, and carotenoids compared to other ripening stages and the antioxidant capacity was higher in the epicarp of the fully ripe fruit compared to the other ripens stages.
Role of two Triatoma (Hemiptera: Reduviidae: Triatominae) species in the transmission of Trypanosoma cruzi (Kinetoplastida: Trypanosomatidae) to man in the west coast of Mexico.
- J. Martínez-Ibarra, N. M. Bárcenas-Ortega, +5 authors J. Romero-Nápoles
- Biology, MedicineMemorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz
- 1 February 2001
This study confirms the role of T. longipennis and T. picturata as some of the main T. cruzi vectors to humans in Mexico and examines specimens for Trypanosoma cruzi infection.
Two New Species of Braconid Wasps (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Miracinae: Mirax and Rogadinae: Choreborogas) from Mexico
- Roger Cauich-Kumul, V. López-Martínez, M. García-Ramírez, H. Delfín-González, A. Burgos-Solorio
- 9 October 2014
Two new species of braconid wasps collected in the Mexican Yucatan Peninsula are described and the new species are compared with other species in its respective genus.
Braconid Wasps (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) of Northern Yucatan, Mexico: Subfamilies Agathidinae and Doryctinae (excluding Heterospilus Haliday)
The Braconidae fauna (Agathidinae and Doryctinae, excluding Heterospilus Haliday) of the Ria Lagartos Biosphere Reserve in Yucatan, Mexico are recorded and 62 species are new records for Mexico.
A new species of Triaspis Haliday (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) parasitic on the pepper weevil, Anthonomus eugenii Cano (Coleoptera: Curculionidae).
Actual and Potential Distribution of Five Regulated Avocado Pests Across Mexico, Using the Maximum Entropy Algorithm
For the first time, the geographic distribution of these 5 insect pests was determined based on environmental suitability and their geographic interaction with avocados, and could support development of management strategies throughout the country.
Determination of Spatial Distribution of Sphenophorus incurrens (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) using Gis in Morelos, Mexico
The potential distribution of the sugarcane rootstock, Sphenophorus incurrens Gyll. (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), in the Mexican state of Morelos was calculated using GIS techniques. Damage in all…
Current and Potential Distribution of the Cactus Weevil, Cactophagus spinolae (Gyllenhal) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), in Mexico
- V. López-Martínez, Nidia Bélgica Pérez-De La O, I. I. Ramírez-Bustos, I. Alia-Tejacal, Daniel Jiménez‐García
- BiologyThe Coleopterists Bulletin
- 18 June 2016
The maximum entropy algorithm was used to create a model of the suitable environment for the cactus weevil, Cactophagus spinolae (Gyllenhal), in Mexico and to analyze the climatic factors influencing the weevil's potential distribution and possible impacts on another Cactaceae species.