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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Paul W Neipp
Commodity Protection and Quality
Biological Science Technician

Phone: (559) 596-2802
Fax: (559) 596-2804
9611 S. RIVERBEND AVE.
PARLIER, CA, 93648


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Chlorophyll Fluorescence Imaging Allows Early Detection and Localization of Lemon Rind Injury Following Hot Water Treatment - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Obenland, D.M., Neipp, P.W. 2005. Chlorophyll fluorescence imaging allows early detection and localization of lemon rind injury following hot water treatment. Hortscience 40(6):1821-1823.
Peach and Nectarine Quality Following Treatment with High Temperature Forced Air Combined with Controlled Atmospheres - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Obenland, D.M., Neipp, P.W., Mackey, B.E., Neven, L.G. 2005. Peach and nectarine quality following treatment with high temperature forced air combined with controlled atmospheres. Hortscience 40(5):1425-1430.
Forced Hot Air Treatment of Stone Fruit to Inhibit the Development of Mealiness - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Obenland, D.M., Neipp, P.W. 2005. Forced hot air treatment of stone fruit to inhibit the development of mealiness. Acta Horticulturae 682:1171-1178
Chlorophyll Fluorescence Imaging to Detect Postharvest Quarantine-Induced Citrus Rind Injury - (Proceedings)
Obenland, D.M., Neipp, P.W. 2003. Chlorophyll fluorescence imaging to detect postharvest quarantine-induced citrus rind injury. HortScience 38:855
Stone Fruit Qualty Following High Temperature/controlled Atmosphere Treatment - (Abstract Only)
Obenland, D.M., Neipp, P.W., Neven, L.G. Stone fruit qualty following high temperature/controlled atmosphere treatment. Methyl Bromide Alternatives and Emissions Research Conference Proceedings.
Last Modified: 11/21/2014
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