Why Do Bananas Turn Black?


Bananas normally turn black because they release an enzyme called polyphenyl oxidase. This is an oxygen-dependent enzyme, which polymerises naturally occurring phenols in the banana skin. Bananas should however be kept in a well ventilated place.
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