publication . Research . 1988

トマト カジツ ノ ヒョウメン オセン キン ト ナイブ センザイ キン ニ ヨル リュウツウチュウ ノ ヒンシツ レッカ ニ ツイテ

河野, 又四; 寺下, 隆夫;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 1988 Journal: 近畿大学農学部紀要 = Memoirs of the Faculty of Agriculture of Kinki University, issue 21, pages 57-66 (issn: 0453-8889, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: 近畿大学農学部
Abstract
[Author abstract]Deterioration during transport and storage of tomato fruits is generally thought to be caused by microorganisms contaminating the surface and latent infected tissue of apparently healthy fruit. Counts of viable airborne microorganisms showed that there were more in plastic greenhouses than in open culure of tomatoes. Altemaria, Aspergillus niger, Asp. oryzae, Cladosporium, Fusarium, Mucor, Penicillium, Trichoderma, Trichothecium, Bacillus, Erwinia and Pseudomonas were among the species isolated that caused tomatoes to deteriorate. Trucking of tomatoes for about 2 days from Takamatsu to Kyoto caused deterioration (visible wounds) in about 10% of ...
Subjects
Medical Subject Headings: food and beveragesfungi
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