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  1. Cervantes-Paz, B., J de Ornelas-Paz, E.M. Yahia, A.A. Gardea-Bejar, P.B. Zamudio-Flores, and E. Ochoa-Reyes. 2013. Effect of heat processing on the profile of pigments and antioxidant capacity of jalapeño peppers at intermediate ripening stages. Proceedings of the 7th International Congress on Pigments in Food, 18-21 June 2013, Novara, Italy, p. 183-186.
  2. Yahia, Elhadi M. 2013. Achieving global food security through food losses and waste reduction: the important role of the cold chain. WFLO Scientific Advisory Council Report, World Food Logistics Organization, 2013 Edition, p. 64-73.
  3. Yahia, Elhadi M. 2011. The postharvest use of chlorine and ozone on fresh produce. Scientists Speak. World Foods Logistics Organization, New Orleans, USA, pp. 11-17.
  4. Yahia, Elhadi M. 2009. Some examples of the importance of fruit and vegetable consumption to human health. Scientists Speak. 2009 IARW-WFLO-IRTA Annual Convention & Expo), Palms Springs, California, USA, p. 33-35.
  5. Chairez, J., Yahia and D. Rivera. 2008. Determination of antioxidant capacity in tomato (Lycopersicum esculentum L.) cv Caiman en different maturity stages using DPPH and FRAP methods (in Spanish). Lux Medica (Mexico) 3(9): 45-50.
  6. Ornelas-Paz, Jesus de J., Elhadi M. Yahia, Alfonso Gardea, and Mark Failla. 2009. Composition, bioavailability and bioconversion of carotenoids to vitamin A in ‘Ataulfo’ mango fruit. Acta Horticulturae.
  7. Rivera-Pastrana, Dulce Maria, Elhadi M. Yahia, and Gustavo Gonzalez-Aguilar. 2009. Identification of phenolic and carotenoid compounds in Carica papaya fruit by liquid chromatography – mass spectrometry. Acta Horticulturae.
  8. Rivera-Dominguez, Maricela, Elhadi M. Yahia, Nathan Wlodarchak, and Mosbah Kushad, Identification and quantification of phenolic compounds in grapes. 2009. Acta Horticulturae.
  9. Armando Carrillo-Lopez and Elhadi M. Yahia. 2009. Qualitative and quantitative changes in carotenoids and phenolic compounds in tomato fruit during ripening. Acta Horticulturae. In press.
  10. Corral, Rene D., Elhadi M. Yahia, Armando Carrillo, and Gustavo Gonzalez. 2009. The correlation between some nutritional components with total antioxidant capacity (measured with 6 different assays) in eight horticultural commodities. Acta Horticulturae.
  11. Pablo Garcia-Solis, Elhadi M. Yahia, Veronica Morales-Tlalpan, Mauricio Diaz-Munoz, and Carmen Aceves. 2009. Antineoplastic and antioxidant properties of some fruits and vegetables using experimental models of mammary cancer. Acta Horticulturae. 
  12. Yahia, E.Y., D. E. Breithaupt and J. Valdes. Differences in absorption efficiency between alfa- and beta-cryptoxanthin from carrot leaves and papaya fruit. Acta Horticulturae.
  13. Yahia, Elhadi M. and Azucena Barrera. 2009. Antioxidant capacity and correlation with phenolic compounds and carotenoids in 40 horticultural commodities. Acta Horticulturae. In press.
  14. Yahia, E. M., E. Castellanos, and C. Mondragon-Jacobo. 2009. Identification and quantification of pigments in prickly pear fruit. Acta Horticulturae. 
  15. Yahia, E.M. 2009. Cold chain: Development and challenges in Developing Countries. Acta Horticulturae. 
  16. Yahia, E.M., D.E. Breithaupt, and J. Valdez. 2009. The absorption of alfa-cryptoxanthin from carrot leaves and beta-cryptoxanthin from papaya. Acta Horticulturae.
  17. Ramirez, G., E.M. Yahia and A. Carrillo. 2009. Carotenoid content of five fruits and vegetables and their bioconversion to vitamin A measured by retinol accumulation in rat livers. Acta Horticulturae.
  18. Corral, R., E.M. Yahia, A. Carrillo, and R. Robles. 2009. The correlation of some nutritional components in 8 fruits with their total antioxidant capacity measured with six different assays. Acta Horticulturae.
  19. Yahia, E.M., J. Ornelas, and A. Anaya. 2009. Extraction and some chemical characteristics of mucilage from Mezquite, Aloe vera, Maguey and Prickly Pear Cactus cladodes (Nopal) and evaluation of its prebiotic effect on the growth of 2 probiotic bacteria. Acta Horticulturae. In press.
  20. Yahia, E.M. 2009. The development and Current Status of modified and Controlled Atmospheres in Mexico. Acta Horticulturae.
  21. Yahia, E.M. 2009. Development of Quarantine Insect Control Systems in Mexico Using Controlled Atmospheres. Acta Horticulturae.
  22. Yahia, Elhadi M. and Juan Carlos Guevara-Arauza. 2009. Modified Atmosphere Packaging of Nopal (Prickly Pear Cactus Stems, Opuntis spp.). Acta Horticulturae.
  23. Yahia, Elhadi M., Juan Carlos Guevara-Arauza, Luis Cedeño, Eduardo Barzana. 2009. The Construction of a Diffusion Cell and the Determination of Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide Permeability in Flexible Food Packages. Acta Horticulturae.
  24. Guevara, J. C. and E. M. Yahia. 2009. Tissue Permeance of Prickly Pear Cactus Stems (Opuntia spp.) to CO2, O2 and H2O Vapor as a Function of Temperature and Relative Humidity. Acta Horticulturae.
  25. Yahia, E. M., G. Soto-Zamora, J. K. Brecht, A. Gardea. 2009. The Effects of Postharvest Hot Air Treatments in Low O2Atmosphere on the Quality and Antioxidant Levels in Tomato Fruit. Acta Horticulturae.
  26. Guevara, J. C., E. M. Yahia, R. M. Beaudry, L.M.M. Tijskens, and L Cedeño. 2009. The Development of a Model to Describe the Influence of Temperature and Relative Humidity on Respiration Rate of Prickly Pear Cactus Stems. Acta Horticulturae.
  27. Yahia, E.M. 2008. Exotic fruits. Scientists Speak, p. 27-30. In: World Foods Logistics Organization Annual Convention Proceedings, Marco islands, Florida, USA, April 19-24, 2008.
  28. Yahia, E.M. 2007. Modify or control the atmosphere: what for and how? Scientists Speak, p. 5-9. In: Proc. World Food Logistics Organization Annual convention, Phoenix, Arizona, USA, April 21-26, 2007.
  29. Yahia, Elhadi M. 2007. Handling tropical fruits. Scientists Speak (World Food Logistics Organization Advisory Council), Orlando, Florida, USA, April 21-26, 2007, p. 5-9.
  30. Yahia, Elhadi M. 2006. Postharvest handling of aromatic and medicinal plants. Proceedings of the “Herbal, aromatic and medicinal plants” symposium, Djerba, Tunisia, 2-4 November, 2006.
  31. Yahia, E.M. 2006. Responses of Some Fruits to Gas and Heat Stress. Acta Horticulturae 712: 635-642.
  32. Yahia, Elhadi M., J. de Jesus Ornelas-Paz, and Alfonso Gardea. 2006. Extraction, separation and partial identification of ‘Ataulfo’ mango fruit carotenoids. Acta Horticulturae 712:333-338.
  33. Yahia, E.M. 2005. Postharvest handling in Mexico. Proceedings of the XI Mexican Society for Horticultural Science meeting, Chihuahua, 27 to 29 September, 2005, p. 125-128.
  34. Yahia, E.M. 2005. The development of quarantine control systems using controlled atmospheres. Proceedings of the XI Mexican Society for Horticultural Science meeting, Chihuahua, 27 to 29 September 2005, p. 204-208.
  35. Guevara, J.C. and E. M. Yahia. 2004. Aspects of food security (In Spanish). Horticultura Internacional (Spain) 45 (August): 20-27.
  36. Yahia, E.M. 2004. The development of quarantine insect control system for tropical fruits using controlled atmospheres at high temperatures. Proceedings of the Frigair 2004, International refrigeration and Air Conditioning Conference, Cape Town, South Africa, 2-4 June, 2004, p. 1:7-16.
  37. Yahia, E.M. and J. Ornelas. 2003. The international trade of the mango. Horticultura Internacional (Spain). May 2003.
  38. Yahia, E.M. and J. Ornelas. 2003. Horticulture trade in North America. Horticultura Internacional (Spain). February 2003, 10:68-73.
  39. Yahia, E. M. and M. El-Tamzini. 2002. Mangoes. FAO/RNE. 6p.
  40. Yahia, E. M. and M. El-Tamzini. 2002. Dates. FAO/RNE. 6p.
  41. Yahia, E. M. and M. El-Tamzini. 2002. Onion (In Arabic). FAO/RNE. 6p.
  42. Yahia, E. M. and M. El-Tamzini. 2002. Bananas. FAO/RNE. 6p.
  43. Yahia, E. M. and M. El-Tamzini. 2002. Oranges. FAO/RNE. 6p.
  44. Yahia, E. M. and M. El-Tamzini. 2002. Grapes (In Arabic). FAO/RNE. 6p.
  45. Yahia, E. M. and M. El-Tamzini. 2002. Potatoes (In Arabic). FAO/RNE. 6p.
  46. Ornelas, J.J. and E.M. Yahia. 2002. The avocado in Mexico. Horticultura Internacional (Spain). Horticultura Intenacional (Espana) No. 38, November 2002, p. 76-85.
  47. Soto, G. and E.M. Yahia. 2002. Antioxidants compounds and postharvest treatments (In Spanish). Horticultura (Spain) 160 (3): 48-54.
  48. Guevara, J.C. and E.M. Yahia. 2002. The Nopal (In Spanish). Horticultura Internacional (Spain) No. 36, May 2002.
  49. Yahia, E.M. and L. Ellis Irigoyen. 2002. I. The fruits and vegetables in the human health (In Spanish). Horticultura (Spain) 161, June 2002, pp. 46-54.
  50. Yahia, E.M. and L. Ellis Irigoyen. 2002. II. The fruits and vegetables in the human health (In Spanish). Horticultura (Spain) 163 (6): 48-60.
  51. Yahia, E.M. 2001. Postharvest handling of avocados (In Spanish). Proceedings of the First Latin American Conference on Avocados, Uruapan, Mexico, 15-20 October 2001, p. 295-304.
  52. Yahia, E.M. and R. Ariza. 2001. Physical treatments for the postharvest handling of horticultural products (In Spanish). Horticultura Internacional (Spain). Extra, p. 80-88, 153.
  53. Yañez, L.L., P.E. Mercado, E. Yahia, and M.A. Armella. 2001. Ethanol accumulation patterns in different horticultural commodities in response to enriched CO2 atmospheres. Acta Horticulturae 553:657-662.
  54. Yahia, E.M., Alicia Mondragon, Miryan Balderas. 2000. Effects of hot air treatments on the postharvest physiology and quality of mango fruit. Acta Horticulturae 509: 419-427.
  55. Yahia, E.M., D. Ortega, A. Martinez, and P. Moreno. 2000. The mortality of artificially infested third instar larvae of Anastrepha ludens and A. obliqua in mango fruit with insecticidal controlled atmospheres at high temperatures. Acta Horticulturae 509:833-839.
  56. Yahia, Elhadi M., Dora Ortega, Alejandro Martinez, and Pamela Moreno. 2000. In vitro mortality of eggs and third instar larvae ofAnastrepha ludensA. obliqua with insecticidal atmospheres at high temperatures. Acta Horticulturae 509:779-786.
  57. Yahia, Elhadi M. and Dora Ortega. 2000. Responses and quality of mango fruit treated with insecticidal controlled atmospheres at high temperatures. Acta Horticulturae 509:479-486.
  58. Yahia, Elhadi M. and Juan Pedro Campos. 2000. The effect of hot water treatment used for insect control on the ripening and quality of mango fruit. Acta Horticulturae 509:495-501.
  59. Yahia, E.M. and D. Ortega. 2000. Mortality of different stages of Anastrepha ludens and A. obliqua in vitro and in vivo, and mango fruit quality after exposure to controlled atmospheres (0.0% O2 and 50% CO2) at high temperatures. In: Improving postharvest technologies of fruits, vegetables and ornamentals, F. Artes, M.I. Gil, M.A. Conesa (Eds), Vol. 1, p. 110-117, International Institute of Refrigeration.
  60. Yahia, E.M., G. Soto, V. Puga, and M. Steta. 2000. Hot air treatment effect on the postharvest quality and ascorbic acid content in tomato fruit. En: Improving postharvest technologies of fruits, vegetables and ornamentals, F. Artes, M.I. Gil, M.A. Conesa (Eds), Vol. 2, p. 550-556, International Institute of Refrigeration.
  61. Yahia, E.M., G. Soto, M. Steta. 2000. Changes in ascorbic acid content in relation to ascorbate oxidase and ascorbate peroxidase in vine-ripened and ethylene-ripened tomato fruit. En: Improving postharvest technologies of fruits, vegetables and ornamentals, F. Artes, M.I. Gil, M.A. Conesa (Eds), Vol. 1, p. 199-205, International Institute of Refrigeration.
  62. Roman Mares, A. and E.M. Yahia. 2000. Hot air treatment (38°C for 360 min and 40°C for 120 min) effect on the postharvest quality, chilling injury and lipid content in “Hass” avocado fruit. En: Improving postharvest technologies of fruits, vegetables and ornamentals, F. Artes, M.I. Gil, M.A. Conesa (Eds), Vol. 2, p. 491-497, International Institute of Refrigeration.
  63. Guevara, J.C. and E.M. Yahia. 2000. Modified atmosphere packaging of napolitos (Opuntia spp.). En: Improving postharvest technologies of fruits, vegetables and ornamentals, F. Artes, M.I. Gil, M.A. Conesa (Eds), Vol. 2, p. 589-595, International Institute of Refrigeration.
  64. Yahia, E.M., G. Villagomez, and A. Juarez. 2000. Tolerance and responses of different fruits and vegetables to hot air treatments at 43°C or 48°C and 50% RH for 160 minutes. En: Improving postharvest technologies of fruits, vegetables and ornamentals, F. Artes, M.I. Gil, M.A. Conesa (Eds), Vol. 2, p. 714-718, International Institute of Refrigeration.
  65. Yahia, E.M. and M. Balderas. 2000. Response differences to hot air treatments between tolerant (mango) and sensitive (guava) fruits and the role of sugar content and trehalase activity. En: Improving postharvest technologies of fruits, vegetables and ornamentals, F. Artes, M.I. Gil, M.A. Conesa (Eds), Vol. 2, p. 746-752, International Institute of Refrigeration.
  66. Yahia, E.M. 1997. Modified/controlled atmospheres for mango (Mangifera indica L.). p. 110-116. CA´97 Proceedings, Volume 3: Fruits other than apples and pears. Edited by Adel A. Kader, University of California, Davis, USA.
  67. Yahia, E.M. 1997. Modified/controlled atmospheres for avocado. p. 97-103. CA´97 Proceedings, Volume 3: Fruits other than apples and pears. Edited by Adel A. Kader, University of California, Davis, USA.
  68. Yahia, E.M. 1997. Modified/controlled atmospheres for bananas and plantains (Musa spp). p.104-109. CA´97 Proceedings, Volume 3: Fruits other than apples and pears. Edited by Adel A. Kader, University of California, Davis, USA.
  69. Yahia, E.M. 1997. Modified/controlled atmospheres for papaya (Carica papaya L.). p. 117-120. CA´97 Proceedings, Volume 3: Fruits other than apples and pears. Edited by Adel A. Kader, University of California, Davis, USA.
  70. Yahia, E.M. D. Ortega, P. Santiago, and L. Lagunez. 1997. Responses of mango and mortality of Anastrepha ludens and A. obliqua to modified atmospheres at high temperatures. p.105-112. In: CA´97. Proceedings, Volume 1: CA Technology and Disinfestation Studies. Edited by J.F. Thompson and E.J. Mitcham, University of California, Davis, USA.
  71. Yahia, E.M. 1997. Avocado and guava fruits are sensitive to insecticidal MA and/or heat. p. 132-136. In: CA´97. Proceedings, Volume 1: CA Technology and Disinfestation Studies. Edited by J.F. Thompson and E.J. Mitcham, University of California, Davis, USA.
  72. Carrillo-Lopez, A., R. Rojas-Villagas, and E.M. Yahia. 1995. Ripening and quality of mango fruit as affected by coating with “Semperfresh”. Acta Horticulturae 370:203-216.
  73. Rojas-Villegas, A., A. Carrillo-Lopez, M. Silveira, R. Avena Bustillos, and E. Yahia. 1996. Effect of insecticidal atmospheres on the mortality of fruit flies in mango. Act Horticulturae 370:89-92.
  74. Mercado S. E. and Elhadi Yahia. 1995. Handling of fruits during their marketing (In Spanish). p.202-226. Proceedings of the VIII Cours “International Panorama on the Commercialisation of Fruits”, Fundación Salvador Sanchez Colin, CICTAMEX, S.C., Coatepec Harinas, Edode México.
  75. Elhadi Yahia. 1995. The technology of modified and controlled atmospheres (In Spanish). Part 2. Horticultura Internacional (Spain), May 1995. p. 20-25.
  76. Elhadi Yahia. 1995. The technology of modified and controlled atmospheres (In Spanish). Part 1. Horticultura Internacional (Spain) March 1995. p. 37-39.
  77. Yahia, Elhadi. 1995. The use of modified and controlled atmospheres for the preservation of fruits and vegetables (In Spanish). Proceedings of the International Symposium on Postharvest Handling and Perspectives for the Commercialization of Fruits and Vegetables, The National University of Colombia, Bogota, Colombia, June 27-30, 1995.
  78. Yahia, Elhadi. 1995. The use of modified and controlled atmospheres for melon and papaya (In Spanish). Proceedings of the International Symposium on Postharvest Handling and Perspectives for the Commercialization of Fruits and Vegetables, The National University of Colombia, Bogota, Colombia, June 27-30, 1995.
  79. Yahia, Elhadi. 1995. The tolerance of avocado to insecticidal O2 and CO2 (In Spanish). Proceedings of the International Symposium on Postharvest Handling and Perspectives for the Commercialization of Fruits and Vegetables, The National University of Colombia, Bogota, Colombia, June 27-30, 1995.
  80. Yahia, E.M. 1995. The current status and the potential use of controlled atmosphere in México. p.523-529. Proceedings of the International Symposium: Harvest and Postharvest Technologies for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Guanajuato, Gto, Mexico, February 20-24, 1995.
  81. Yahia, E.M. 1995. Insecticidal atmospheres for tropical fruits. p. 282-286. Proceedings of the International Symposium: Harvest and Postharvest Technologies for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Guanajuato, Gto, Mexico, February 20-24, 1995.
  82. Yahia, E.M., A. I. Valenzuela Q. and M. Rivera D. 1995. The use of immunoassay methods for the quantification of pesticides in fruits and vegetables (In Spanish). p. 436-446. Proceedings of the International Symposium: Harvest and Postharvest Technologies for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Guanajuato, Gto, México, February 20-24, 1995.
  83. Rivera D. M. and E.M. Yahia. 1995. The use of differential scanning calorimetry in the characterization of fruit responses to hypoxia (In Spanish). p. 554-561, Proceedings of the International Symposium: Harvest and Postharvest Technologies for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Guanajuato, Gto, Mexico, February 20-24, 1995.
  84. Yahia, E.M. 1995. Postharvest handling of grapes (in Spanish). Proceedings of the “I International Symposium: Actual situation and tendencies in fruit and vegetable export”, Lima, Peru, October 10-13, 1994.
  85. Yahia, E.M. 1995. Postharvest handling of papaya (in Spanish). Proceedings of the “I International Symposium: Actual situation and tendencies in fruit and vegetable export”, Lima, Peru, October 10-13, 1994.
  86. Yahia, E.M. 1995. Postharvest handling of strawberry (In Spanish). Proceedings of the “I International Symposium: Actual situation and tendencies in fruit and vegetable export”, Lima, Peru, October 10-13, 1994.
  87. Yahia, E.M. 1995. Modified and controlled atmospheres (In Spanish). Proceedings of the “I International Symposium: Actual situation and tendencies in fruit and vegetable export”, Lima, Peru, October 10-13, 1994.
  88. Yahia, E.M. 1995. Types of and techniques of packaging (in Spanish). Proceedings of the “I International Symposium: Actual situation and tendencies in fruit and vegetable export”, Lima, Peru, October 10-13, 1994.
  89. Yahia, E.M. 1995. Postharvest Biology (in Spanish). Proceedings of the “I International Symposium: Actual situation and tendencies in fruit and vegetable export”, Lima, Peru, October 10-13, 1994.
  90. Campos, J.P. and E. Yahia. 1995. Effect of hot water treatment on the maturation and quality of mango. (In Spanish). Publicaciones Miscelaneas Agrícola (University of Chile) no. 42: 85-91.
  91. Yahia, E.M. and M. Rivera. 1995. Modified atmosphere packaging of some tropical fruits. (In Spanish). Publicaciones Miscelaneas Agrícola (University of Chile) no. 42: 115-127.
  92. Yahia, E.M. 1995. Apple aroma. Effect of maturation and postharvest treatments. (In Spanish). Publicaciones Miscelaneas Agrícola (University of Chile) no. 42: 135-140.
  93. Yahia, E.M. 1994. The potential use of insecticidal atmospheres for mango, avocado, and papaya fruits. p.373-374. In: B.R. Champ, E. Highley, and G.I. Johnson (Eds.). Postharvest handling of tropical fruits. Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) Proceedings No. 50.
  94. Yahia, E.M. 1994. The use of modified and controlled atmospheres for tropical fruits. In: Proceedings of the First Regional Symposium on Postharvest Handling of Tropical Products”, University of Costa Rica, San José, Costa Rica, July 25-29, 1994. (In Spanish).
  95. Yahia, E.M. 1993. Modified/controlled atmosphere storage in Mexico. Proceedings of the sixth international CA conference, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, June 15-17, 1993. Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service, NRAES-71, Vol.2, p.570-578.
  96. Yahia, E.M. 1993. Conservation methods during the transport of fruits (In Spanish). p.204-215. Proceedings of the VI Course on Fruits. Foundation of Salvador Sanchez Collin, Cictamex, S.A., Coatepec Harinas, Mexico. October 25-28, 1993.
  97. Yahia, E.M. 1993. Handling of cold storage for the conservation of fruits and vegetables (In Spanish). p.8-18. Proceedings of the 1st National Symposium on Postharvest Technology of fruits and Vegetables. November 25-27, 1993, Montevideo, Uruguay.
  98. Yahia, E.M. 1993. Modified and controlled atmospheres. (In Spanish). p.19-27. Proceedings of the I National Symposium on Postharvest Technology of fruits and Vegetables. November 25-27, 1993, Montevideo, Uruguay.
  99. Yahia, E.M. and M. Rivera Dominguez. 1993. Conservation methods during the transport of tropical fruits (In Spanish). Proceedings of the mini Symposium on Postharvest Handling of Tropical Fruits, V Annual Meeting of the Mexican Society for Horticultural Science, Veracruz, Ver., México, July 19-23, 1993.
  100. Yahia, E.M. 1993. The technology of modified and controlled atmosphere. p.117-135. Proceedings of the “Latin American Conference on Postharvest Technology” (In Spanish). Mexico, November 30- December 4, 1992.
  101. Yahia, E.M. 1993. Responses of some tropical fruits to insecticidal atmospheres. Acta Horticulturae 343:371-376.
  102. Yahia, E.M. 1991. Postharvest handling of horticultural crops in Mexico (In Spanish). Proceedings of the Inter American Society for Tropical Horticulture 35:229-233.
  103. Yahia, E.M. 1991. Responses of papaya to insecticidal atmospheres (In Spanish). Proceedings of the Inter American Society for Tropical Horticulture 35:84-100.
  104. Yahia, E.M. 1991. The concept of postharvest. Proceedings of the “First International Course on Postharvest”, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile. October 15-18, 1991. (In Spanish).
  105. Yahia, E.M. 1991. Papaya harvest and postharvest. Proceedings of the “First International Course on Postharvest”, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile. October 15-18, 1991. (In Spanish).
  106. González, G., E. Yahia and I. Higuera. 1990. Modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) of mango and avocado fruit. Acta Horticulturae 269: 335-344.
  107. Yahia, E. l990. Research programs for Postharvest Physiology and Technology of Perishable products. Proceedings of the “Regional Conference on Postharvest Handling and Development of Export for Fruits and Vegetables”. Organized by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and the Mexican Ministry of Agriculture. Culiacan, México. July 23-27, 1990. (In Spanish).
  108. Yahia, E.M. l989. CA storage effect on the volatile flavor components of apples. In: Fifth Proceedings. International Controlled Atmosphere Conference, Vol. 1, Pome Fruits (J.K. Kellman, Ed.), Wenatchee, Washington, USA. June 14-16, 1989. p. 341-352.
  109. Yahia, E.M., F. Medina and M. Rivera. l989. The tolerance of mango and papaya to atmospheres containing very high levels of CO2 and/or very low levels of O2 as a possible insect control treatment. In: Fifth Proceedings. International Controlled Atmosphere Conference. Vol.2. Other Commodities and Storage Recommendations (J.K. Fellman, Ed.). Wenatchee, Washington, USA. June 14-16, l989. p. 77-89.
  110. Yahia, Elhadi, F.W. Liu, Terry E. Acree, and Robert Butts. l985. Odor‑active volatiles in McIntosh apples stored in simulated low‑ethylene controlled atmosphere. In: Blankenship, S. M. (ed). Controlled atmosphere for storage and transport of perishable agricultural commodities. Proceedings of the Fourth National Controlled Atmosphere Research Conference, July 23‑26, l985, Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S.A., p. 70‑8l.
  111. Yahia, Elhadi, Terry E. Acree and Frank Liu. l985. Postharvest changes of apple flavor. New York State Agricultural Experimental Station Report 57:4‑7.