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Boontop, Yuvarin and Schutze, Mark K. and Clarke, Anthony R. and Cameron, Stephen L. and Krosch, Matt N. (2017) Signatures of invasion: using an integrative approach to infer the spread of melon fly, Zeugodacus cucurbitae (Diptera: Tephritidae), across Southeast Asia and the West Pacific. Biological Invasions . pp. 1-23. ISSN 1573-1464


Guthrie, J. and Wedding, B. and Walsh, K. (1998) Robustness of NIR calibrations for soluble solids in intact melon and pineapple. Journal of Near Infrared Spectroscopy, 6 . pp. 259-265.

Guthrie, J.A. and Liebenberg, C.J. and Walsh, K.B. (2006) NIR model development and robustness in prediction of melon fruit total soluble solids. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research, 57 (4). pp. 411-418.


Isaacs, A.R. (1994) Rockmelon Processing Quality. In: 2nd Australian Melon Conference,, 5th - 7th July., Ayr, North Queensland. (Unpublished)


Liu, D. and Burt, P. and Abberton, K. and Cusack, A. and Currie, M. and Mayze, J. and Exley, P. and J., Baker and Naidoo, R. (2017) Developing fresh-cut tropical fruits with the application of Australian native plant extract. In: IFT 2017 Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.


O'Connor-Shaw, R.E. and Roberts, R. and Ford, A.L. and Nottingham, S.M. (1996) Changes in sensory quality of sterile cantaloupe dice stored in controlled atmospheres. Journal of Food Science, 61 (4). pp. 847-851.


Wright, R. and Meurant, N. and Vawdrey, L. and Hojmark-Anderson, J. and Lovatt, J. (1997) Rockmelon and Honeydew Information Kit. Agrilink, your growing guide to better farming guide. Manual. Agrilink Series QAL9710. Department of Primary Industries, Queensland Horticulture Institute. Brisbane, Queensland.

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