The nearshore waters off the Oregon coast (< 73 meters) are a region of high productivity and economic value, with a variety of habitats that include rock outcrops. Temperate reef habitats are important to many commercially important fishes inhabiting the Pacific coast, including canary rockfish (Sebastes pinniger) and yelloweye rockfish...
The feasibility of using a post harvest sampling time for
fruit testing in Anjou pears was evaluated. The goal was to
determine if a simple and rapid analysis of fruit tissues could be
useful in identifying potentially weak fruit that could be
marketed before the onset of the storage disorder...
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