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Decomposition is the process by which organic substances are broken down into much simpler ... Decomposition begins at the moment of death, caused by two factors: autolysis, the .... Each frame is a...

How And Why Fruits Decay - Chest of Books

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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 ...

Why Does Food Rot? | Wonderopolis

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Jan 8, 2015 ... When food is harvested, either in the form of vegetables, fruits, ... in the surface of the food, further contributing to increased decay. ... against the main causes of spoilage, such as air, chemical reactions, and microorganisms.

Why Do Fruits & Vegetables Go Bad? | LIVESTRONG.COM

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

Fruit Rot - North Carolina Cooperative Extension

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May 29, 1997 ... Fruit rot diseases of blueberry are usually caused by fungi. ... Postharvest decay is a serious problem in marketing channels on fruit from all ...

A New Species of Candelospora Causing Decay of Citrus Fruits - JStor

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CAUSING DECAY OF CITRUS. FRUITS. H. S. FAWCETT AND L. J. KLOTZ. ( WITH 6 FIGURES). In January, 1932, at Citra, Florida, a new fungus was isolated.

Raspberry Fruit Rots

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Causes of Decay. Rainy summer and fall weather in Kentucky can provide ideal conditions for fruit decay diseases of raspberries. The most damaging.

Food Safety Education | For Educators | Competencies | General ...

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Molds and most yeast that cause food to spoil require oxygen to grow. ... Fresh fruits and vegetables contain the most water -- between 90% and 95% water. .... include the development of off-colors, surface pitting and a variety of decays. Uncut ...

Postharvest Diseases of Apples and Pears | Washington State ...

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Instances of severe decay on packed fruit in the boxes have also been observed. Fruit decay and repacking of fruit due to decay cost the fruit industry millions of ...

Market Diseases of Apples, Pears, and Quinces: Pear Gray Mold Rot

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Botrytis cinerea, the cause of gray mold rot, is widely distributed in nature and thrives ... This becomes evident from the decay that develops in the stems of fruits , ...

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Why does food decay? - Science Sparks

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Mar 5, 2012 ... Have you ever noticed that if you leave an apple (or any fruit ) for too long it starts to go bad or decay. This is because micro-organisms such as ...

Lesson 8: Food Spoilage - WikiEducator

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Dec 20, 2011 ... 1.3 Headline text; 1.4 Causes of food spoilage; 1.5 Natural decay in food ... Moisture loss mostly occurs in fruit and vegetables which contain ...

Fruit Decay caused by Pilidiella granati - UC Agriculture and Natural ...

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from black heart rot in that it decays both the arils and the fruit rind while black heart causes decay of the arils only, without moving into the fruit rind (Fig. 1).