• iodometric
    . ANALYSIS VITAMIN C CONTENT IN COMMERCIAL FRUIT JUICE SAMPLES SUCH AS APPLE JUICE, GUAVA JUICE AND MANGO JUICE. The objective of study are determination vitamin C content in three commercial fruit juices (apple, guava and mango) using titration method. Beside that, comparing vitamin C content...
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  • Project Report on Sales Promotion
    RIL’s Rs. 25,000 Crore venture and it plans to add more stores across different states, and eventually have a pan-India footprint by year 2011. The super marts will sell fresh fruits and vegetables, staples, groceries, fresh juice bars and dairy products and also will sport a separate enclosure and...
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  • Biology
    ) ripening of fruits (ii) Induce parthenocarpy [ 152 ] 21. In what form do plants absorb Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Boron ? List any two role of Patassium in Plants. 22. State the location and function of different types of meristem. 23. How do concentration of substrate affects the activity of an...
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  • Food Science
    ); however, these approaches have had limited success when applied to fruits of tropical origin. For instance, some of these fruits fail to ripen properly, developing an unpleasant taste, if they are harvested at a green or immature stage (GomezLim, 1999). Fruit ripening represents a biological...
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  • Antioxidants: a Review
    diketogulonic acid and 40-45% by oxalate (Hording, 1981). c. Vitamin E: Initially known as “fertility factor”, Vitamin E in now referred as a group of lipid soluble molecules which possess the ability to attenuate free radical chain reactions. This group consists of eight different isoforms...
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  • Minimally Processed Carambola 2007
    reduces the substrates back to polyhydroxy compounds. To the best of our knowledge, no work has been carried out using AA to inhibit enzymatic browning in MP carambola. The objective of this study was therefore to assess the effects of AA and ripening stages on the quality characteristics of MP...
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  • Chem
    on oil content Sreekala and Jayachandran (2004) conducted studies on different levels of shade and maturity stage and its effect on the volatile oil and non-volatile ether extract. In general, volatile oil was highest under heavier shade levels (60 and 80%) and non-volatile ether extract was highest...
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  • Jab Tak Hy Jaan
    was conducted in Aksum in the months of January and March, 2009. During the experiment, 80 samples of diseased guava fruits were collected from different sites of Aksum, Ethiopia. The isolation of post harvest pathogen and analysis of diseased guava fruits was carried out and found that the...
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  • Biology Paper
    fruit firmness during ripening (Tieman and Handa, 1994). Fig. 4. Enzyme activity in goldenberry at different stages of development. (A) pectinmethylesterase, a-mannosidase, a- and b-galactosidase activity; (B) a-arabinofuranosidase, a- and bglucosidase activity. Values represent the mean 9S.D. of...
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  • Study of Oxalate Ion
    contents of food is much harder to come due to difficulties in measuring it. The oxalate ions present in tomato fruit juice is measured by titration methods. The study helped to analyze of tomato fruit juice on health. The study showed contribution of tomato fruit juice in the formation of stone...
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  • Mango
    edible coatings with different permeability characteristics on mango (Mangifera indica L.) ripening during storage. Postharvest Biol. Technol. 17, 215–226. Banks, N., Dadxie, B., Cleland, D., 1993. Reducing gas exchange of fruits with surface coatings. Postharvest Biol. Technol. 3, 269–284. Bolin, H.R...
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  • Shobha Ram Patel
    , Peronospora, Plasmopara and Bremia; Study of genera Mucor and Rhizopus. Study of Oidium, , Erysiphe, Phyllactinia, Uncinula and Podosphaera; Study of Puccinia (different stages), Uromyces,; Study of Sphacelotheca, Ustilago and Tolyposporium; Study of Agaricus, Pleurotus and Ganoderma; Study of Septoria...
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  • Synthesis
    ://www.engr.utk.edu/mse/Textiles/Cotton fibers.htm, Wikipedia) Related Literatures University of Hawaii, Department of Molecular Biosciences and Biosystems Engineering, made a method for determination of xanthene dyes in guava fruits and its application in a field dissipation study. Xanthene...
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  • The Effect of Kakawate Leaves(Gliricidia Sepium), Pyhood Leaves(Albizia Procera) and Tiessa Fruits(Pouteria Campechiana) as Ripening Inducers to Banana(Musa Paradisiaca L.)”
    does not require fruits to attain the Dong (Rutab) stage for ripening initiation; hence the fruits save 2 weeks. Damages caused by monsoon and from insect/bird attacks are likely to be reduced considerably thus increasing the yield of the product. According to the study of Palmer (1995), entitled...
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  • mango
    spicy mustard-oil pickle and alcohol. Ripe mangoes are often cut into thin layers, desiccated, folded, and then cut. These bars are similar to dried guava fruit bars available in some countries. The fruit is also added to cereal products such as muesli and oat granola. Mangoes are often prepared...
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  • guva
    America. It is a common vegetation cover by roads and in waste places in Hawaii. Guava is a tropical and semitropical plant. It is well known in the islands for its edible fruit. It is common in the backyards. The branches are crooked, bringing opposite leaves. The flowers are white, incurved...
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  • The End
    developmentally and tissue- and organspecifically regulated. The enzymes are present in the hydathodes, anthers, styles, ripening fruit, swelling seeds and micropyle of germinating seeds, and in the developing embryo and tuber buds [4, 9, 25, 37, 38, 42-47]. The induction of chitinases upon infection...
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  • Lemon Grass as Mosquito Repellent
    (sapodilla, guava, kiwifruit, and kumquat). * Fruit ripening is a purely enzymatic process, which brings certain characteristic changes in the fruit color, aroma, taste, hardening of seeds…etc. * The peel in some fruits, like guava, is firmly appose with its pulp and indeed as the fruit ripens...
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  • Effect of Hot Water Treatment and Surface Disinfection with NaCl on Storage Life and Reducing Decay of Tomato Fruit
    khan, 2009). Color of tomato is one of the quality factors of tomatoes for consumer preference (Ullah, 2009). In the present study HWD retarded color development and ripening process in tomato fruits. Our data are in accordance with previous researches. The delay in color development was occurred in...
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  • Studies on Banana
    STUDIES BY (From the Shefield Laboratory for ON THE BANANA.-I. BAILEY. Chemistry, 26, Yale 1905.) E. MONROE of Physiological publication, University.) (Received December The chemical changes which starch-containing fruits undergo incidental to their ripening processes...
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