Flight ability of sterile males produced at the Guatemala (GT) or Hawaii (HW) mass-rearing facilities subject to 4 different treatments: NS-NC: no storage, no chilling
(flight measured on newly emerged adults); R-C: relaxed storage, chilling
; T-NC: tower storage, no chilling
; T-C: tower storage, chilling
The objective of this research was to evaluate the influence of different thermal conditions during the dormancy period on budbreak of apple cultivars with different chilling
requirements, using grafted twigs methodology.
The severity of chilling
injury increased with decreasing temperature and increasing storage duration.
(8) On the chilling
effect account, the intent of the speaker has no inherent relation to the protection of the speech: speech is protected or unprotected based upon its value or harm.
As it turns out, water may be the most important factor in deciding which chilling
method is most feasible.
Since, air- and immersion-chilling systems are now being used commercially, Northcutt and Smith worked with University of Georgia graduate student Roger Huezo to compare the effects of air chilling
and immersion chilling
on the microbiological profiles of broiler carcasses and meat quality.
Therefore, the present study was undertaken to investigate the effect of chilling
temperature on duck breast and leg meat toughness and other meat quality parameters.
Symptoms of chilling
injury include reduced growth, tissue discoloration, and increased water loss, respiration, ethylene production, and disease susceptibility.
The system is capable of chilling
around 800kg per hour of cooked meat products.
Supplies central chilling
systems for extrusion plants.
The revolutionary TurboJet[TM] design uses three powerful water jets to agitate the water in the tank, tumbling products for thorough, faster chilling
or cooking in any of three ways, without the use of an ice builder for cooling.