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Correo-e: jose. Correo-e: maria. El uso de estrategias individuales para el control de enfermedades resulta poco eficiente. Anthracnose and soft rot cause deterioration of quality as well as large losses during post-harvest handling of papaya fruits. The single strategies for disease control is little efficient. We analyzed the effect of to integrate control strategies on the incidence of disease caused by the inoculation of spores of the fungi Colletotrichum gloeosporioides Penz.

The same treatment reduced the specific rate of the disease, with values of 0. These results demonstrate that the synergistic effect of the use of biofilms enriched with EO and UV-C irradiation controls the development of fungi causing anthracnose and soft rot in Maradol papaya fruits. Tezotto-Uliana et al. De manera similar Perdones et al. Frutos Se obtuvieron frutos de C. En cada uno de los diez puntos de una cara se inocularon 4.

IDE en frutos de papaya inoculados con C. El tratamiento de biorecubrimiento de clavo-tomillo y dosis de UV-C de 2. Dos tratamientos mostraron eficiencia para reducir la IDE. El uso de hipoclorito de sodio como sanitizante de los frutos ha sido ampliamente documentado. Por el contrario, los resultados obtenidos con los tratamientos que mostraron eficiencia para el control de R.

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Rafael Curiel, C. The use of unconventional sources is very relevant in the food area. In the present study the development of active films with the addition of bioextract BE or microencapsulated bioextract MBE from xoconostle Opuntia oligacantha on chayotextle starch was investigated. The film with 1. The addition of bioextract from xoconostle is an option for the development of active films with antioxidant properties. The development and constant improvement of packaging materials are very important to maintain food quality Souza et al. Increasingly, great efforts are being made to develop biodegradable and environmentally-friendly materials from low-cost natural resources, such as polysaccharides and proteins.

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Correo-e: jose. Correo-e: maria. El uso de estrategias individuales para el control de enfermedades resulta poco eficiente. Anthracnose and soft rot cause deterioration of quality as well as large losses during post-harvest handling of papaya fruits.

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