Carlos Crisosto

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Specialist in Pomology

Departments

Plant Sciences

Offices and Labs

2059 Wickson Hall
(530) 752-7549

Degrees

1987 PhD Oregon State University

Research Interests

Postharvest Fruit Physiologist

The goal of my research program is to gain a better understanding of the orchard and postharvest factors that control fruit flavor and storage quality. I am applying genomic techniques to identify gene(s) responsible for fruit organoleptic characteristics (both desirable and undesirable), and investigating physiological disorders such as chilling injury. We are also using sensory techniques, such as trained panels and “in store” consumer tests, to describe fruit flavor characteristics.

Awards

National Peach Council Carol R. Miller Award.

Department and Center Affiliations

Plant Sciences
Kearney Agricultural Center

ProfessionalSocieties

ASHS

CBS Grad Group Affiliations

Plant Biology

Specialties / Focus

Plant Biology
  • Cell and Developmental Biology

Teaching Interests

Postharvest Biology and Technology
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Publications

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  • Ogundiwin, E.A., C.P. Peace, T.M. Gradziel, D.E. Parfitt, F.A. Bliss, and C.H. Crisosto. 2009. A fruit quality gene map of Prunus. BMC Genomics 10:587. doi:10.1186/1471-2164-10-587.
  • Terry, L.A., C.H. Crisosto and C.F. Forney. 2009. Small fruit and berries. Chapter 15, pp. 363-395. In: Yahia (ed.), Modified and Controlled Atmospheres for the Storage, Transportation, and Packaging of Horticultural Commodities.
  • Crisosto, C.H. and D. Valero. 2008. Harvesting and postharvest handling of peaches for the fresh market. Chapter 22, pages 575-596. In: Layne and Bassi (eds.), The Peach: Botany, Production and Uses. CAB International..
  • Ogundiwin, E.A., C. Martí, J. Forment, C. Pons, A. Granell, T.M. Gradziel, C.P. Peace, and C.H. Crisosto. 2008. Development of ChillPeach genomic tools and identification of cold-responsive genes in peach fruit. Plant Molecular Biology. 68: 379-397.
  • Crisosto, C.H., G.M. Crisosto, G. Echeverria, and J. Puy. 2007. Segregation of plum and pluot cultivars according to their organoleptic characteristics. Postharvest Biology and Technology 44:271-276.
  • Manganaris, G.A., A.R. Vicente, and C.H. Crisosto. 2008. Effect of pre-harvest and post-harvest conditions and treatments on plum fruit quality. CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources 3(9), 10 pp. doi: 10.1079/PAVSNNR20083009.
  • Crisosto, C.H., S. Lurie and J. Retamales. 2009. Stone fruit. Chapter 13, pp. 287-315. In: Yahia (ed.), Modified and Controlled Atmospheres for the Storage, Transportation, and Packaging of Horticultural Commodities.
  • Crisosto, C.H. and G. Costa. 2008. Preharvest factors affecting peach quality. Chapter 20, pages 536-549. In: Layne and Bassi (eds.), The Peach: Botany, Production and Uses. CAB International.