prestorage

prestorage

(priːˈstɔːrɪdʒ)
adj
occurring before storage
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Firmness (A), total phenolics compounds (B) and antioxidant capacity (FRAP) (C) in 'Douradao' peaches submitted to prestorage (24 or 48h at 25[degrees]C), packaged under modified atmosphere (LDPE 60 or 80 pm) and stored for 30 days at 0[degrees]C and [+ or -] 5% RH, followed by a simulated marketing period of 3 days at 25[degrees]C and 60 [+ or -] 5% RH.
Further, the retention of high petal sugar level (higher TSS) along with low electrolyte leakage in the petal tissue (Table 4) and high water uptake by the cut spikes contributed to higher bud opening in prestorage treated and HDPE or PP packaged tuberose cut spikes.
The risk of febrile reaction is reduced to 0.2 percent when patients receive prestorage leukoreduced blood products but increased to 2 percent for poststorage leukoreduction [18].
(7,8) In fact many institutions have implemented universal prestorage leukoreduction.
Examining the effects of prestorage incubation of turkey breeder eggs on embryonic development and hatchability of eggs stored for four or fourteen days.
The prestorage at 4[degrees]C resulted in higher bacterial survival than prestorage at 22[degrees] C, and the mean survival rate of the O157:H7 strains was more than three times higher compared with O26 and O111 isolates.
Overall, results suggest that short prestorage UV-C exposure maybe useful to extend carambola shelflife through preventing browning, dehydration, and tissue disruption.
The effect of unmodified or prestorage white cell-reduced allogeneic red cell transfusions on the immune responsiveness in orthopedic surgery patients.
The company for the sake of hygiene and other reasons choose stainless steel for the construction of the prestorage tanks and digesters.
(2) The Prestorage of the Values of Subentry of the Compressibility Factor.