Original Article Plant Allelopathy
1. Seedling growth of selected field crop species as influenced by Jatropha curcas extract

A K M Mominul Islam; Md Azhiat-ul-Haque Hia; Md Anwarul Abedin; Md Jewel Alam; Md Parvez Anwar; A K M Aminul Islam

Volume 4, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 1-12

http://dx.doi.org/10.22077/jhpr.2020.3192.1128

Abstract
  Purpose: The experiment was conducted to investigate into the allelopathic potential of the aqueous extracts of different parts of Jatropha curcuson seven selected field crop species. Research method: The leaf, stem, bark, twig, root, pericarp, seed and oilcake extracts of J. curcus at four different ...  Read More

Original Article Plant Stress
2. Response of Oasian and exotic pepper (Capsicum spp.) cultivars from Tunisia to salt stress at germination and early seedling stages

Rabeb El khaldi; Dhaouadi Latifa; Besser Houda

Volume 4, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 13-24

http://dx.doi.org/10.22077/jhpr.2020.3200.1129

Abstract
  Purpose: In Oasis areas, salinity becomes a real threat for sustainable agricultural production, and with the introduction of non-native varieties, salinity pressure is more expressed and has harmful outcomes to the local ecosystem and biodiversity. In this context the present study was conducted ...  Read More

Original Article Biotechnology and Tissue culture
3. PCR-RFLP analyses of chloroplast DNA in some cultivated tea (Camellia sp.) genotypes

Shahin Jahangirzadeh Khiavi; Koorosh Falakro; Sanam Safaei Chaeikar

Volume 4, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 25-36

http://dx.doi.org/10.22077/jhpr.2020.3116.1121

Abstract
  Purpose: A significant number of genetic resources of Camellia sinensis and its allied genotypes have been collected and preserved in Iran TRC. Information about them is mostly based on morphological data. Research method: PCR-RFLP technique and morphological characters were used for the identification ...  Read More

Original Article Postharvest Biology and Technology
4. Changes in organoleptic and biochemical characteristics of mango fruits treated with calcium chloride in hot water

Md. Anowar Hossain; Md. Masud Rana; Md. Salim Uddin; Yoshinobu Kimura

Volume 4, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 37-50

http://dx.doi.org/10.22077/jhpr.2020.3191.1127

Abstract
  Purpose: In Bangladesh,mango fruit supply is limited in the local market as well as for export due to its short self-life and susceptibility to post-harvest diseases. This study aimed to evaluate the effects of CaCl2 in hot water on organoleptic and biochemical characteristics of mango fruits for extension ...  Read More

Original Article Postharvest Biology and Technology
5. Commodity system assessment on postharvest handling, storage and marketing of maize (Zea mays) in Nigeria, Rwanda and Punjab, India

Munir Abba Dandago; Lisa Kitinoja; Nura Abdullahi

Volume 4, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 51-62

http://dx.doi.org/10.22077/jhpr.2020.3297.1136

Abstract
  Purpose: Maize output is decreasing in developing countries due to poor postharvest management despite the huge investments. The study is aimed at identifying and quantifying sources and causes of postharvest losses from farm to retail and suggest appropriate interventions for reducing these losses. ...  Read More

Short Communication Article Plant Stress
6. Influence of low-temperature stress on the production of zearalenone by three Fusarium species in vitro

Mohammad Seirafinia; Arash Omidi; Aria Rasooli; Mehdi Mohebbi; Saeed Hoseinzadeh

Volume 4, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 63-70

http://dx.doi.org/10.22077/jhpr.2020.3309.1137

Abstract
  Purpose: Comparison and determination of ZEN production capacity of F. oxysporum, F. graminearum, and F. solani. The influence of low temperature stress and incubation time on the production of ZEN was also investigated. Research Method: Production of ZEN was evaluated by incubating media cultures at ...  Read More

Review Article Postharvest Biology and Technology
7. Post-harvest losses in different fresh produces and vegetables in Pakistan with particular focus on tomatoes

Nida Firdous

Volume 4, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 71-86

http://dx.doi.org/10.22077/jhpr.2020.3168.1125

Abstract
  Purpose: International agencies have advocated that monitoring food security and world food resources are necessary to meet the needs of growing populations and to minimize postharvest losses. This paper focuses on the biochemical and physiological bases of changes that causes post-harvest losses and ...  Read More

Original Article Postharvest Biology and Technology
8. Relation of harvesting time on physicochemical properties of Haden, Kent, Palmer and Keitt mango varieties for export and local markets

Abu Moomin; Lawrence Dzarkwei Abbey; Nelson Kobla Amey

Volume 4, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 87-100

http://dx.doi.org/10.22077/jhpr.2020.3170.1126

Abstract
  Purpose: Fruit ages (early, mid, and late harvest stages) of Haden, Kent, Palmer, and Keitt mango varieties were determined through age-control and established for physiological (early harvest) and eat-ripeness stages (mid and late harvests). This was followed by determining physicochemical properties ...  Read More

Original Article Postharvest Biology and Technology
9. Effects of storage temperature on postharvest physico-chemical attributes of nano-chitosan coated strawberry (Fragaria × ananassa Duch.)

Duyen Huu Huong Nguyen; Ha Vu Hong Nguyen

Volume 4, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 101-114

http://dx.doi.org/10.22077/jhpr.2020.3317.1139

Abstract
  Purpose: Recently, there are researches showed positive effects of nano-chitosan in prolonging the postharvest quality and shelf life of strawberry, however, influences of storage temperatures on the nano-chitosan coated fruit have been overlooked. Therefore, in this work, changes of physiological traits ...  Read More

Original Article Postharvest Biology and Technology
10. Effect of tea seed oil on post-harvest quality of Moro blood orange

Mohamad Firozi; MohamadEsmail Amiri; Ehsan Kahneh

Volume 4, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 115-126

http://dx.doi.org/10.22077/jhpr.2020.3355.1143

Abstract
  Purpose: The use of natural and organic products increases to produce a healthy product free of pollutants. Tea seeds contain 15-20% oil, which used as edible oil and an organic pesticide. In previous years, these seeds were used to produce tea seedlings. But now, cuttings are used for tea propagation ...  Read More