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www.leaf.tv/articles/what-makes-fruits-vegetables-rot

From the moment a fruit or vegetable is harvested, it begins to decay. Microorganisms in the environment rush to take up residence, feeding on moisture and ...

chestofbooks.com/food/science/Eating-To-Live/How-And-Why-Fruits-Decay.html

The riper fruit gets, short of decay, the sweeter it gets, not because the cane sugar ... Different species of fungi cause this rotting of the fruit, and the three ...

wonderopolis.org/wonder/why-does-food-rot

When food is harvested, either in the form of vegetables, fruits, or meats (from ... or holes in the surface of the food, further contributing to increased decay. ... to fight against the main causes of spoilage, such as air, chemical reactions, and ...

www.science-sparks.com/2012/03/05/rotting-apples

Mar 5, 2012 ... Have you ever noticed that if you leave an apple (or any fruit ) for too ... or stop the activity of the micro-organisms which make the fruit decay.

www.livestrong.com/article/508935-why-do-fruits-vegetables-go-bad

Jul 1, 2015 ... Most fruits and vegetables go bad because of damage caused by ... Microorganisms speed produce deterioration through structural decay.

www.fao.org/docrep/V5030E/V5030E08.htm

A summary of overall deterioration reactions in fruits and vegetables is ... Almost any type of food processing or storage causes some deterioration of the .... of decay processes due to creation of higher temperatures and moisture levels.

articles.extension.org/pages/34307/why-do-strawberry-fruits-rot-in-the-garden

Sep 5, 2008 ... Strawberry gray mold, caused by the fungus Botrytis cinerea, is the most ... rot also decay strawberry fruits, but gray mold is the most common.

www.healthyoptions.com.ph/newsdigest/boost-your-immunity/why-do-fruits-vegetables-go-bad

Most fruits and vegetables go bad because of damage caused by microorganisms such ... Microorganisms speed produce deterioration through structural decay.

postharvest.nri.org/scenarios/fruit-and-vegetables

Jul 17, 2014 ... The most common causes of loss are: mechanical injury, injury from ... leading to rapid decay and increased water loss from the damaged area ...

agriinfo.in/default.aspx?page=topic&superid=2&topicid=2046

Nature and Causes of Deterioration in Fruits and Vegetables. ... It is estimated that 36% of the vegetable decay is caused by soft rot bacteria. Obviously, the ...