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academic.oup.com/aob/article/25/4/417/211946/Types-of-Rot-Rate-of-Rotting-and-Analysis-of

Abstract. The rate at which the fungi grew through apples was determined in various ways and used to estimate their rate of linear advance. Five fungi were stu.

www.fedsmith.com/2013/05/01/the-effects-of-rotting-apples

May 1, 2013 ... As morale becomes problematic under the weight of sequestration, furloughs, cost-of-living maladjustments, freezes, etc. it may be time for ...

www.jstor.org/stable/42908596

Types of Rot, Rate of Rotting, and Analysis of. Pectic Substances in Apples Rotted by Fungi. BY. M. COLE« AND R. K. S. WOOD. ( Department of Botany and  ...

www.scientificamerican.com/article/experts-why-cut-apples-turn-brown

One question that often accompanies yours is, "Why do some apples seem to ... reducing PPO oxidation activity or lowering the amount of substrate to which the ...

www.giftofcuriosity.com/apple-rotting-experiment-apple-science

Aug 29, 2014 ... With this apple rotting experiment kids will get to explore what happens ... This post may contain affiliate links at no cost to you. ... Apple rotting experiment - check out this apple science activity and see what happens to apples.

www.eatbydate.com/fruits/fresh/apples-shelf-life-expiration-date

Apr 21, 2015 ... Because of their relatively low cost, long Shelf Life, and proven health benefits, apples are one of the most popular fruits in the world and can ...

www.eater.com/2017/7/31/16069652/mugaritz-noble-rot-moldy-apples

Jul 31, 2017 ... A Mugartiz spokesperson tells Eater that the dish explores the history of botrytis, the fungus also known as “noble rot,” which infested wine ...

homeguides.sfgate.com/spray-apples-brown-rot-51363.html

Brown rot is a minor disease on apples in the United States. It is caused by the fungus Monilinia fructicola, and when found on apples, it is normally associated ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19280787

The effect of store conditions on the rotting of apples, cv. ... of incubation and 25 degrees C, but temperature did not affect the rate of subsequent rot expansion.