Fruits like apples can rot and decay over time. Mold and fungus cause the
quickest degradation, but even exposing an apple to heat can cause it to oxidize.
Apples turn brown when exposed to air because of the oxidation process that ...
The fridge does not stop chemical reactions, so bacteria will still rot the food ...
Jan 8, 2015 ... In other words, once you pick an apple, it begins to die immediately. ... fight
against the main causes of spoilage, such as air, chemical reactions ...
Aug 10, 2010 ... Moist conditions or warm environment are conditions that will cause rotting. ...
The apple rot fungi are Penicillium expansum and Monilinia ...
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Feb 21, 2007 ... A time-lapse video of an apple decaying. ... people trying to make a metaphor out
of a video that simply shows the process of an apple rotting…
Jul 13, 2013 ... When you cut an apple, does it turn brown because it has started to rot, or is
something else going on? Everyday Einstein explains.
Nov 18, 2010 ... Many Fuji apple blocks were heavily affected this season by core rot, ... weather
may affect fruit development in ways that cause the sinus to be ...
Oct 13, 2015 ... While the bad apple puckers and becomes rotten to the core, the good .... If my
anger could cause so much decay to a piece of fruit in just a few ...
Aug 7, 2014 ... We've all heard the saying "one bad apple spoils the whole bunch," and ... apple
can push all the fruit around it to ripen—and eventually rot.
Brown rot is a fungal disease of apples, pears, plums, cherries and other fruit and
... M. laxa more commonly causes blossom wilt on pears and stone fruit, and a ...