Guthrie, J.A. and Walsh, K.B. and Reid, D.J. and Liebenberg, C.J. (2005) Assessment of internal quality attributes of mandarin fruit. 1. NIR calibration model development. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research, 56 (4). pp. 405-416.
Article Link(s): http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/AR04257
Publisher URL: http://www.publish.csiro.au
The utility of near infrared spectroscopy as a non-invasive technique for the assessment of internal eating quality parameters of mandarin fruit (Citrus reticulata cv. Imperial) was assessed. The calibration procedure for the attributes of TSS (total soluble solids) and DM (dry matter) was optimised with respect to a reference sampling technique, scan averaging, spectral window, data pre-treatment (in terms of derivative treatment and scatter correction routine) and regression procedure. The recommended procedure involved sampling of an equatorial position on the fruit with 1 scan per spectrum, and modified partial least squares model development on a 720–950-nm window, pre-treated as first derivative absorbance data (gap size of 4 data points) with standard normal variance and detrend scatter correction. Calibration model performance for the attributes of TSS and DM content was encouraging (typical Rc2 of >0.75 and 0.90, respectively; typical root mean squared standard error of calibration of <0.4 and 0.6%, respectively), whereas that for juiciness and total acidity was unacceptable. The robustness of the TSS and DM calibrations across new populations of fruit is documented in a companion study.
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|Keywords:||NIR; spectral window; non-invasive.|
|Subjects:||Technology > Technology (General) > Spectroscopy > NIR (Near Infrared)|
Plant culture > Fruit and fruit culture > Culture of individual fruits or types of fruit
|Deposited On:||08 Nov 2005|
|Last Modified:||17 Mar 2011 02:04|
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