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    • Characterization of texture attributes of raw almond using a trained sensory panel 

      Contador Cárdenas, Loreto Andrea; Robles Diener, Bárbara Francisca; Shinya, Paulina; Medel Maraboli, Marcela; Pinto, Catalina; Reginato Meza, Gabino; Infante Espiñeira, Rodrigo (EDP Sciences, 2015)
      Introduction. Texture parameters are important factors for characterizing the sensory quality of raw almonds; nevertheless there is scarce literature that explores sensory differences among cultivars. The aim of this ...
    • Direct measurement and prediction of bulk density on alluvial soils of central Chile 

      Casanova Pinto, Manuel; Tapia, Elizabeth; Seguel Seguel, Oscar; Salazar, Osvaldo (Inst Investigaciones Agropecuarias, 2016)
      The significance of soil bulk density (rb) as a key indicator of soil quality was examined in this study. Bulk density values obtained by direct methods (clod, cylinder, and excavation) with three sample sizes (small, ...
    • Peach ripening: Segregation at harvest and postharvest flesh softening 

      Shinya, P.; Contador, L.; Predieri, S.; Rubio, P.; Infante Espiñeira, Rodrigo (Elsevier, 2013)
      tThe peach melting flesh cultivars ‘Ryan Sun’ and ‘Sweet September’ and the non-melting, ‘Kakamas’ wereharvested according to their visually assessed ground color and divided into four, ripeness classes (M1,M2, M3, and ...