نتایج جستجو برای fruit decay

تعداد نتایج: 81376  

Journal: :Comput. Graph. Forum 2011
Joseph T. Kider, Samantha Raja, Norman I. Badler,

Aging and imperfections provide important visual cues for realism. We present a novel physically-based approach for simulating the biological aging and decay process in fruits. This method simulates interactions between multiple processes. Our biologically-derived, reaction-diffusion model generates growth patterns for areas of fungal and bacterial infection. Fungal colony spread and propagatio...

2005
H. J. FLORESTANO,

Streptococcus liquefaciens inoculated into orange concentrate. Appi. Microbiol., 3, 104-106. LARKIN, E. P., LITSKY, W., AND FULLER, J. E. 1955d Fecal streptococci in frozen foods. IV. Effect of sanitizing agents and blanching temperatures on Streptococcus faecalis. Appl. Microbiol., 3, 107-110. LEININGER, H. V. AND MCCLESKEY, C. S. 1953 Bacterial indicators of pollution in surface waters. Appl....

1997
P. L. Sholberg,

Acetic acid (AA) as a vapor at low concentrations was effective in preventing fruit decay by postharvest fungi. Fumigation with 2.7 or 5.4 mg AA/liter in air at 2 and 20C reduced germination of Botrytis cinerea Pers. and Penicillium expansum Link conidia to zero after they had been dried on 0.5-cm square pieces of dialysis tubing. Decay of ‘Golden Delicious’, ‘Red Delicious’, and ‘Spartan’ appl...

2000
A. L. Wszelaki, E. J. Mitcham,

The effects of elevated O2 alone or in combination with elevated CO2 atmospheres for postharvest decay control on strawberry fruit (Fragaria×ananassa Duch.) were assessed. In vitro and in vivo growth of Botrytis cinerea Pers.:Fr. and the effects on fruit quality were determined under eight atmospheres: air, 40, 60, 80, 90 and 100 kPa O2, 40 kPa O2+15 kPa CO2 and air+15 kPa CO2. The commercially...

2004
Carlos H. Crisosto,

In troduct ion The fruit skin (cuticle and epidermis) provides barrier protection against infection by pathogens. Most fungi are unable to penetrate healthy fruit skin and must enter through wounds. Fruit resistance to infection resulting from the biochemical action of tissues is not the result of a single compound or a single mechanism. Multiple systems with complex interactions may be involve...

2000
J. L. Smilanick, D. Sorenson,

Incidence of green mold of citrus, caused by Penicillium digitatum, was reduced by 80% or more by the immersion of lemons or oranges for 1–4 min in warm (40.6–43.3°C) ‘liquid lime-sulfur’ (LLS) solution that contained 0.75% (wt vol) calcium polysulfide. The incidence of sour rot, caused by Geotrichum citri-aurantii, was reduced 35–70% by this treatment. LLS was similar in effectiveness to other...

Journal: :Journal of insect physiology 2007
Stephanie S Bauerfeind, Klaus Fischer, Steffi Hartstein, Susann Janowitz, Dominik Martin-Creuzburg,

It was generally believed that butterflies and other holometabolous insects rely primarily on reserves accumulated during the larval stage for reproduction. Recent studies, however, highlight the often fundamental importance of adult nutrition to realize the full reproductive potential. While the importance of carbohydrates is fairly well understood, the role of most other adult-derived substan...

Journal: :journal of agricultural science and technology 2014
t naeem abadi, m keshavarzi, h. alaee, h. hajnagari, s. hoseinava,

relative resistance of 43 iranian as well as introduced apple cultivars to blue mold (penicillium expansum) was studied within years 2010-2011. the fruit physicochemical traits were also evaluated as measures of potential resistance to decay. local p. expansum strains were isolated from decayed apple fruits and the most aggressive isolate (5,000 spores ml-1) used as inoculum. fruits were wound-...

2000
Antonio Ippolito, Ahmed El Ghaouth, Charles L. Wilson, Michael Wisniewski,

The biocontrol activity of Aureobasidium pullulans on decay of apple fruit caused by Botrytis cinerea and Penicillium expansum, and its ability to induce biochemical defense responses in apple tissue, were investigated. In apple wounds, A. pullulans multiplied rapidly and controlled decay caused by either B. cinerea or P. expansum. At the end of the storage period, A. pullulans reduced the inci...

2009
Shiow Y. Wang, Chi-Tsun Chen, Jun-Jie Yin,

The effect of allyl isothiocyanate (AITC) on radical scavenging capacity, and fruit decay of blueberries var. Duke (Vaccinium corymbosum L.) was evaluated. Results from this study showed that AITC was effective in retarding blueberry decay during storage at 10 C. However, AITC-treated fruit decreased the contents of total phenolics and anthocyanins. Compared to control, AITC-treated berries had...

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