Tag: "strawberries" at biology news
Strawberry daiquiris -- the extra-healthy cocktail?
...ientists show. While exploring ways to help keep strawberries
fresh during storage, researchers from Thailand an... same compounds would also be expected to make the strawberries
healthier to eat. Dr Korakot Chanjirakul and colleagues at Kasetsart University in Thailand, in co...
ACS News Service weekly press package - May 30, 2006
...ned pineapples, mangoes, cantaloupes, watermelons, strawberries
and kiwifruits from wholesale commercial sources in California. The fruit was taken to a laboratory at the University of California in Davis. Half of each lot was processed as fresh-cut and half left whole. Both lots were refrigerated under identical...
Healthy fruits, vegetables highlight joint medical, agricultural research meet in Texas
...es that show the successful impact of freeze-dried strawberries
against that disease. Afternoon sessions will offer reports on breeding and genetics, public policy and health promotion....
Gene thwarts some pathogens, gives access to others, could save crops
...it fly. As Botrytis cinerea, a pathogen that makes strawberries
gray and fuzzy, tries to invade a plant, the gene BIK1 recognizes the pathogen and sets off a defensive reaction. Botrytis is a type of pathogen that can infect and obtain nutrients from dead cells on a plant and actually secretes toxic substances in...
Tips from the journals of the American Society for Microbiology
...e to rapidly identify hepatitis A contamination in strawberries
and green onions say researchers from Canada. The...t outbreaks have been specifically associated with strawberries
and green onions. Detecting HAV in food has previously proven difficult due to the presence of inhi...