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PROGRAM FOR j.t- '-
ELEVENTH ANNUAL CITRUS PROCESSORS' MEETING /
University of Florida
Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred, Florida /
Wednesday, September 21, 1960


Morning Program 9:45 A.M. 12:15 P.M.

1. Introductory Remarks. Herman J. Reitz, Horticulturist-in-Charge,
Florida Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred, Florida.

2. Measurement of Potential Clarification and Gelation in Frozen Orange
Concentrate.
(a) Prediction of Stability by Rapid Test. Kuang C. Li, Florida
Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred, Florida.
(b) Application of Rapid Test in Commercial Plants. M. D. Maraulja,
Florida Citrus Commission, Lake Alfred, Florida.

3. Grapefruit Investigations. E. J. Deszyck, Florida Citrus Experiment
Station, Lake Alfred, Florida.
(a) Blue Albedo in Grapefruit.
(b) Burgundy Grapefruit.

4. Utilization of Murcott Oranges.
(a) The Fruit. E. J. Deszyck, Florida Citrus Experiment Station,
Lake Alfred, Florida.
(b) Coldpressed Oil. J. W. Kesterson, Florida Citrus Experiment
Station, Lake Alfred, Florida.
(c) Processed Products. F. W. Wenzel, Florida Citrus Experiment
Station, Lake Alfred, Florida.

5. Butylene Glycol A Fermentation By-Product fr rus Was Sterling
K. Long, Florida Citrus Experiment Station, ~ae Alfred, F 'a.


Afternoon Program 1:30 P.M. 3 3 M.

6. High-Density Frozen Orange Concentrate Opportun or oduct of
Improved Quality. F. W. Wenzel, Florida Citrus Exper ent Station,
Lake Alfred, Florida.

7. Flavor Research Investigations.
(a) The Recovery and Analytical Separation of Volatile Flavor
Components of Valencia Orange Gas Chromatography. R. W.
Wolford, Florida Citrus Commission, Lake Alfred, Florida.
(b) Identification of Chromatographically Separated Flavor
Components. J. A. Attaway, Florida Citrus Commission,
Lake Alfred, Florida.

Florida Citrus Experiment Station
and Florida Citrus Commission,
Lake Alfred, Florida.






ELEVENTH ANNUAL CITRUS PROCESSORST MEETING


Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred, Florida
September 21, 1960


Research Reports


The summaries and tables of data in these reports were assembled and
mimeographed so that this information would be available to the Florida citrus
processors for use during the coming season. In this manner the results of
research investigations are released to processors promptly and without the
long delay entailed in writing, editing, and reviewing that is necessary for
final publication.

In addition to the papers presented at this meeting, the following reports
concerning citrus processing and by-products are also attached.

(1) Comparison of Some Characteristics of Commercial Frozen Orange
Concentrates Processed during the 1957-58, 1958-59,and 1959-60 Citrus
Seasons. Citrus Station Mimeo Series 61-7.

(2) "Summary of Citrus Processing and By-Products Research Projects"
for the year ending June 30, 1960.


ALL OF THESE REPORTS ARE FOR LIMITED DISTRIBUTION ONLY. INFORMATION
IN THESE REPORTS IS NOT TO BE USED FOR PUBLICATION WITHOUT PERMISSION.


The data and information in these reports were obtained and assembled
through the cooperative effort of the following personnel.

Florida Citrus Experiment Station Staff -- citrus processing and by-products
-- under direction of Dr. Herman J. Reitz -- Rudolph Hendrickson, J. W.
Kesterson, K. C. Li, S. K. Long, W. F. Newhall, R. W. Olsen, Roger Patrick,
A. H. Rouse and F. W. Wenzel.

Florida Citrus Commission Staff -- citrus processing and by-products --
under direction of Dr. L. G. MacDowell -- C. D. Atkins, J. A. Attaway, R. W.
Barron, M. H. Dougherty, E. C. Hill, R. L. Huggart, M. D. Maraulja, E. L.
Moore, and R. W. Wolford.


Acknowledgment for helpful assistance given is also made to Fred Schopke,
Irene Pruner, Betty Windham, Anna Mae Swander, Louise Cherry and to all other
personnel who helped in many and various ways.





Florida Citrus Experiment Station
and Florida Citrus Commission,
Lake Alfred, Florida.
998 9/21/60 FWW