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Table 1 Review of the use of the laser-based ethylene detector ETD-300 in postharvest biology

From: Measuring ethylene in postharvest biology research using the laser-based ETD-300 ethylene detector

Type of measurement Research summary References
Ethylene production Online monitoring of wound-induced ethylene production in fresh-cut endive in response to 1-MCP, AVG and heat shock treatments [30]
Ethylene production Real-time measurement of ethylene production in kiwifruit that were bruised, sliced, pricked, or inoculated with Botrytis cinerea [31]
Ethylene production Investigate the effect of ABA-deficiency in ethylene evolution rate in tomato [32]
Ethylene production Demonstrate inhibition of ethylene production in strawberry fruit using a commercial ethylene scavenger [33]
Ethylene production Ethylene production during ripening of feijoa as influenced by harvest maturity, storage duration, treatment with 1-MCP, or ethylene [34]
Ethylene production Ethylene production of feijoa following pre-harvest application of aminoethoxyvinylglycine [35]
Ethylene production Ethylene production during ripening of ‘Kensington Pride’ mango fruit following treatment with 1-MCP and/or ethylene [36]
Ethylene production Ethylene production during storage of different gooseberry cultivars [37]
Ethylene production Ethylene production of avocado and strawberry during storage following different scheduling of controlled atmosphere [38]
Ethylene production Ethylene production of fresh Piper nigrum berries following treatment with different doses of UV-C [39]
Ethylene diffusion Ethylene diffusion properties of commercial kiwifruit polyliners [40]
Ethylene concentration Monitoring ethylene concentration in gas mixes when mixing standard ethylene gases and air to generate ethylene of certain desired concentration [17, 18]
Ethylene concentration Ethylene removal rate by vacuum ultraviolet radiation [41]