The genus Ananas has distinctive characteristics which merging the whole inflorescence into a huge compound fruit. The main pineapple producers in the world that supplying nearly 50 % of the total output are Thailand, Philippines, Brazil and China. There are some other important producers such as India, Kenya, Nigeria, Indonesia and Mexico (Hossain, Akhtar and Anwar, 2015). Adult pineapple plants have height in 1.2 m with a diameter of 1.5 m which consists of several parts. The main morphological structures of pineapple are the leaves, stem, peduncle, multiple fruit, shoots, roots and the crown.
Many popular dishes in Central and South America, use annatto to dye their meat yellow . Annatto is also popularly used to in soups, stews, and spice rubs. The Annatto herb is small, dark, red seeds and comes with an odor. The tree that has the seed Annatto was originally from the Philippines during its Spanish period, It is said that In the year of 1540, a welled known Spanish guy named Gonzalo Pizarro left the plunder of the Incan Empire on false statements that the groves of cinnamon trees were to be found in the Amazon basin. With his false statement this caused Almost his entire force to suffered death in the jungle.
In order to cut them open you would need a sharp knife and you had to spit out the seeds while eating them. People started to collect seeds from sweet, soft, and thin bananas to grow banana trees. Similar to humans, bananas pass on traits to their offsprings. A seed from a sweet banana will produce sweet bananas, just as a blonde parent is more likely to produce a blonde child. Over generations of breeding, bananas with desirable traits were bred and encouraged to grow, while bananas with
High Fructose Corn Syrup and brown sugar syrup are sugars. The peanut flour is one that many have allergies to. There is a lot of flour and sugar in this, and natural flavors are undefined, but often contain MSG to trick the stomach. This means that the granola bar in question (X) has many ingredients that are found in Y, junk
Pectin is a plant polysaccharide which contains a high proportion of galacturonic acid residues1. Pectin is used by Food industry for its gel-forming abilities in production of jams and jellies, to increase the viscosity of drinks and as stabilizers in acid milk products1. Pectin has also been studied for its anti-cancer properties2. Commercially, pectin is derived from apple pomace and citrus peel. Apart from these, mango wastes3, sugar beet wastes4, sunflower heads5, Roselle calyces6, dragon fruit7, watermelon rind8, cocoa husks9 and papaya wastes10 have been studied for alternate sources of pectin.
In early Jomon people developed small villages consisting of several pit houses of square shapes. The middle Jomon was very unique to me. Nuts were the main source of food in the fall, especially walnuts and chestnuts. They were collected in September and acorns in October and November. Fruit included wild grapes, mountain peaches and chocolate vine, which was a vine with a pomegranate-like fruit.
Combination of Pectinases with other enzymes, viz., cellulases, arabinases and xylanases, is used to increase the pressing efficiency for the extraction of fruit juices. The peels of citrus fruit can be soften for removal by vacuum infusion of pectinases. In future this technique can be used to replace hand cutting for the production of canned segments. Infusion of free stone peaches with pectinmethylesterase and calcium results in four times firmer fruits. This technique can be applied to pickle processing where excessive softening may occur in
Avocado is a very popular fruit around the world. The plants from avocado (Persea americana, Miller) are native from Central/North America (Mexico) from where it spread to various regions. Their ripe fruits are consumed on a large scale in the world and have healthy properties. Some studies have shown that a diet enriched with avocado fruit lowers total cholesterol and low-density lipoproteins levels without changing high-density lipoprotein levels [1-5]. The seeds from avocado constitute a high percent in this fruits (13-25%) depending of varieties, which commonly are discarded as industrial waste .
II. Biology of the Golden Apple Snail a. Common names and Classification The term ‘apple snail’ refers to species of the freshwater snail family Ampullariidae primarily in the genera Pila, which is native to Asia and Africa, and Pomacea, which is native to the New World. They are termed, because the shells of many species in these two genera are usually large and round and sometimes greenish in color. Numerous common names, in English as well as local languages, have been used for these species in both the pest related field and the local aquarium trade.