Ebrahiema Arendse
Ebrahiema Arendse
Postdoctoral researcher Stellenbosch Univeristy
Verified email at sun.ac.za
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Non-destructive prediction of internal and external quality attributes of fruit with thick rind: A review
E Arendse, OA Fawole, LS Magwaza, UL Opara
Journal of Food Engineering 217, 11-23, 2018
602018
Effects of postharvest storage conditions on phytochemical and radical-scavenging activity of pomegranate fruit (cv. Wonderful)
E Arendse, OA Fawole, UL Opara
Scientia Horticulturae 169, 125-129, 2014
372014
Non-destructive characterization and volume estimation of pomegranate fruit external and internal morphological fractions using X-ray computed tomography
E Arendse, OA Fawole, LS Magwaza, UL Opara
Journal of food engineering 186, 42-49, 2016
262016
Influence of storage temperature and duration on postharvest physico-chemical and mechanical properties of pomegranate fruit and arils
E Arendse, OA Fawole, UL Opara
CyTA-Journal of Food 12 (4), 389-398, 2014
252014
Development of calibration models for the evaluation of pomegranate aril quality by Fourier-transform near infrared spectroscopy combined with chemometrics
E Arendse, OA Fawole, LS Magwaza, HH Nieuwoudt, UL Opara
Biosystems Engineering 159, 22-32, 2017
122017
Estimation of the density of pomegranate fruit and their fractions using X-ray computed tomography calibrated with polymeric materials
E Arendse, OA Fawole, LS Magwaza, UL Opara
biosystems engineering 148, 148-156, 2016
112016
Effects of postharvest handling and storage on physiological attributes and quality of pomegranate fruit (Punica granatum L.): a review
E Arendse, OA Fawole, UL Opara
International Journal of Postharvest Technology and Innovation 5 (1), 13-31, 2015
112015
Fourier transform near infrared diffuse reflectance spectroscopy and two spectral acquisition modes for evaluation of external and internal quality of intact pomegranate fruit
E Arendse, OA Fawole, LS Magwaza, H Nieuwoudt, UL Opara
Postharvest biology and technology 138, 91-98, 2018
92018
Discrimination of pomegranate fruit quality by instrumental and sensory measurements during storage at three temperature regimes
E Arendse, OA Fawole, UL Opara
Journal of food processing and preservation 39 (6), 1867-1877, 2015
82015
Evaluation of biochemical markers associated with the development of husk scald and the use of diffuse reflectance NIR spectroscopy to predict husk scald in pomegranate fruit
E Arendse, OA Fawole, LS Magwaza, H Nieuwoudt, UL Opara
Scientia horticulturae 232, 240-249, 2018
72018
Determining optimum storage conditions for pomegranate fruit (cv. Wonderful)
E Arendse
Stellenbosch: Stellenbosch University, 2014
62014
Comparing the analytical performance of near and mid infrared spectrometers for evaluating pomegranate juice quality
E Arendse, OA Fawole, LS Magwaza, H Nieuwoudt, UL Opara
LWT 91, 180-190, 2018
52018
Non-destructive estimation of pomegranate juice content of intact fruit using X-ray computed tomography
E Arendse, OA Fawole, LS Magwaza, UL Opara
VII International Conference on Managing Quality in Chains (MQUIC2017) and …, 2017
12017
Postharvest physiological responses of pomegranate fruit (cv. Wonderful) to exogenous putrescine treatment and effects on physico-chemical and phytochemical properties
OA Fawole, J Atukuri, E Arendse, UO Opara
Food Science and Human Wellness, 2020
2020
Novel non-destructive techniques to characterise fruit internal components and detect the presence of defects
E Arendse, OA Fawole, LS Magwaza, UL Opara
VII International Conference on Managing Quality in Chains (MQUIC2017) and …, 2017
2017
Analysis of the 3D microstructure of pomegranate peel tissue using X-ray micro-CT
A Ambaw, E Arendse, A Du Plessis, UL Opara
VII International Conference on Managing Quality in Chains (MQUIC2017) and …, 2017
2017
Non-destructive measurement of pomegranate fruit quality
E Arendse
Stellenbosch: Stellenbosch University, 2017
2017
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