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Effect of the combined application of chitosan and carbonate salts on the incidence of anthracnose and on the quality of papaya during storage
Summary The potential of chitosan (1%) alone, or in combination with ammonium carbonate (3%) or sodium bicarbonate (2%), to reduce the incidence of anthracnose (Colletotrichum gloeosporioides) onExpand
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Structural changes in natural actomyosin and surimi from ling cod (Ophiodon elongatus) during frozen storage in the absence or presence of cryoprotectants.
Surimi and natural actomyosin (NAM) from ling cod (Ophiodon elongatus) were subjected to frozen storage in the absence or presence of cryoprotectants (sorbitol, sucrose, lactitol, and Litesse, eitherExpand
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Increasing vegetable consumption: a means‐end chain approach
Purpose – The purpose of this study is to illustrate how means-end chain theory can inform communications that effectively convey the health messages of vegetable consumption to various publics. Expand
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Cryoprotective effects of sugar and polyol blends in ling cod surimi during frozen storage
Cryoprotectant blends were investigated for their potential to stabilize ling cod surimi during frozen storage at −18°C for 4 months. A central composite rotatable design was used to formulate 25Expand
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Inactivation of Aspergillus flavus spores by curcumin-mediated photosensitization
Minimizing fungal infection is essential to the control of mycotoxin contamination of foods and feeds but many potential control methods are not without their own safety concerns for the consumers.Expand
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Profiling ellagic acid content: The importance of form and ascorbic acid levels
As the importance of plant-based antioxidants to human health becomes clearer there is a rapidly expanding search for rich sources of these compounds. Much attention is currently focussed on theExpand
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Combinations of plant-derived compounds against Campylobacter in vitro
Campylobacter occur in fresh retail poultry products as a result of their colonization of the gastro-intestinal tract of chickens during growth. Feed additives could be used for suppression ofExpand
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Effect of packaging materials and storage on major volatile compounds in three Australian native herbs.
Lemon myrtle, anise myrtle, and Tasmanian pepper leaf are commercial Australian native herbs with a high volatile or essential oil content. Packaging of the herbs in high- or low-density polyethyleneExpand
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Plant antimicrobials in food applications: Minireview
Plant antimicrobials fulfil the needs of today’s consumer looking for wholesome food without chemical preservatives. These can be classified as novel compounds obtained from plants that delayExpand
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Deficit irrigation improves phenolic content and antioxidant activity in leafy lettuce varieties
Abstract This study investigated the effect of deficit irrigation at three management allowable depletion levels (MAD) 25%, 50%, and 75% on phytochemicals, ascorbic acid, antioxidant activity,Expand
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