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Decomposition is the process by which organic substances are broken down into a much simpler form of matter. The process is essential for recycling the finite matter that occupies physical space in ...

Why Does Food Rot? | Wonderopolis

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Jan 8, 2015 ... What steps do they take to make sure that all food sold is fresh and healthy? Do they ever have problems with food rotting? What do they do ...

Rot - Elementary Science Program

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Preserving Food Decay may be good when it recycles things into soil, but not usually when it comes to our food. What do we do to make sure our food doesn't rot ...

Why don't we rot while we're alive? - Quora

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Jan 22, 2015 ... Things start to rot because the rate of decay becomes higher than the rate ... Our defenses a prevent us from rotting alive and continue to do so, ...

does your body rot after death, would it not rot in a vacuum chamber ...

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Nov 22, 2012 ... If you do a search on body farms, I bet people have tried that ... Other things have an effect on how much you rot too like what you died of, how ...

Why Fruits Rot, Seeds Mold, and Meat Spoils - University of ...

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Nov 20, 2001 ... causing it to “rot,” while the fungi, yeasts, and bacteria that get into the ... may do things directly such as mine through the fruit in a manner so as ...

Rotting Fruit! Which Fruits Rot the Fastest, the Slowest? How do We ...

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May 23, 2014 ... Easy and cool middle school science fair project on ripening process of fruits and measures you can take to prevent fruits from rotting and delay ...

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Feb 21, 2007 ... Rotting Apple (Mould). alifitzd .... Poor apple, who would do such a thing to you! :'( ... 4 Things You Should Know about Mold & Mildew! (Clean ...

If an astronaut died in space, would he decompose? (no bacteria but ...

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These are the processes that we generally call rotting, and they produce the bad ... in weathering, and oxygen will react with proteins and many other things.

will food rot/expire in outer space? : askscience - Reddit

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Feb 1, 2013 ... Yes it can do, it depends on the circumstances. ..... Vacuums by itself are not really that bad to tiny things, when you get smaller you get stronger, and ..... Most food on earth rots because organisms consume it before we can.

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Why does food decay? - Science Sparks

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Mar 5, 2012 ... Find out in this fun science investigation using rotting apples. ... This is because salt draws the moisture out of the food so the micro-organisms do not thrive and cannot reproduce as fast ... Can you think of other things to try?

Why does rotting food smell bad? | Tufts Now

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Dec 15, 2014 ... Why do these microbes go to all the trouble to produce such a frightening ... While we tend to think of rotting food as a bad thing, humans have ...