FACTORS ESSENTIAL FOR POST-HARVEST SHELF-LIFE EXTENSION OF CARICA PAPAYA L FRUITS
The burden of disease of Carica papaya L may account for its reduced commercial value. As much as the fruit is cherished amongst Nigerians its cultivation at commercial scale is limited. There are presently no industries in Nigeria utilizing the fruits or part of the plant for beverage production or in other industrial processes. This study was carried out to identify those factors that can...
Published at Journal of International Scientific Publications
Published in 2015
Egwari, L.O., Oniha, M.I. and Ogunbunmi, I. (2015).
Oniha Margaret » Miss Oniha Margaret is a graduate of the department of Botany, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos State. She obtained her second degree in Microbiology from Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State. She is an assistant lecturer in the department of Biological Sciences (Microbiology Programme). She is currently on her PhD and her areas of research include Phytopathology and Biotechnology. view full profile
Process and mathematical model in the formulation of microbiological media from the exoskeleton of crustaceans.