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effect of edible coatings on bioactive compounds and antioxidant capacity of tomatoes at different maturity stages

Effect of edible coatings on bioactive compounds and antioxidant capacity of tomatoes at different maturity stages

ORIGINAL ARTICLE Effect of edible coatings on bioactive compounds and antioxidant capacity of tomatoes at different maturity stages Jorge E. Dávila-Aviña & José A. Villa-Rodríguez & Mónica A. Villegas-Ochoa & Orlando Tortoledo-Ortiz

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effect of edible coatings on bioactive compounds and antioxidant capacity of tomatoes at different maturity stages | springerlink

Effect of edible coatings on bioactive compounds and antioxidant capacity of tomatoes at different maturity stages | SpringerLink

This work evaluated the effect of carnauba and mineral oil coatings on the bioactive compounds and antioxidant capacity of tomato fruits (cv. “Grandela”). Carnauba and mineral oil coatings were applied on fresh tomatoes at two maturity stages

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effect of edible coatings on bioactive compounds and antioxidant capacity of tomatoes at different maturity stages

Effect of edible coatings on bioactive compounds and antioxidant capacity of tomatoes at different maturity stages

Findings : Edible coatings can preserve the quality of fruits and vegetables during storage by acting as partial barriers to O2, CO2, water vapour, aroma compounds, etc.

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effect of edible coatings on bioactive compounds and antioxidant capacity of tomatoes at... - europe pmc article - europe pmc

Effect of edible coatings on bioactive compounds and antioxidant capacity of tomatoes at... - Europe PMC Article - Europe PMC

Based on the obtained results, edible coatings of carnauba and mineral oil had a significant effect on the bioactive compounds and antioxidant capacity of fresh tomatoes. Although phenolic compounds and lycopene values were, in general, higher

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the effect of an edible coating with tomato oily extract on the physicochemical and antioxidant properties of garambullo (myrtillocactus ...

The Effect of an Edible Coating with Tomato Oily Extract on the Physicochemical and Antioxidant Properties of Garambullo (Myrtillocactus ...

activity [17]. However, an edible coating enriched with tomato oily extract has not been evaluated as a bioactive component to promote shelf life in fruits. The objective of this work was to evaluate the effect of a gelatin-based coating with

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edible coatings as encapsulating matrices for bioactive compounds: a review | springerlink

Edible coatings as encapsulating matrices for bioactive compounds: a review | SpringerLink

Edible coatings can extend the shelf-life of many foods, controlling moisture and solute migration, gas exchange and oxidative reaction rates. Besides, edible coatings can be used as carriers of bioactive compounds to improve the quality of food

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alginate coatings preserve fruit quality and bioactive compounds during storage of sweet cherry fruit

Alginate Coatings Preserve Fruit Quality and Bioactive Compounds during Storage of Sweet Cherry Fruit

Although literature exists about the effect of several edible coatings on fruit organoleptic quality, as far as we know, there is no information on the impact of coatings on the changes in bioactive compounds and antioxidant activity during

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natural additives in bioactive edible films and coatings: functionality and applications in foods | springerlink

Natural Additives in Bioactive Edible Films and Coatings: Functionality and Applications in Foods | SpringerLink

Incorporation of natural additives to active packaging systems or biopolymer-based edible films can modify the film structure and, as a result, modify their functionality and application to foods. This paper reviews the effect of the incorporati

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edible flowers: review of flower processing and extraction of bioactive compounds by novel technologies - sciencedirect

Edible flowers: Review of flower processing and extraction of bioactive compounds by novel technologies - ScienceDirect

1/12/2019 · Bioactive compounds in edible flowers Bioactive compounds, which impart positive health and physiological effects in human, includes carotenoids, dietary fibers, flavonoids, phenolic acids, isothiocyanates, sterols, prebiotics (inulin) etc. Edib

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plants | special issue : bioactive compounds in plants

Plants | Special Issue : Bioactive Compounds in Plants

The journal Plants will jointly be publishing a Special Issue on bioactive compounds in plants. Plant secondary metabolites are receiving ever-increasing attention due to their various health and useful properties for a multitude of

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the effects of edible coatings on the postharvest quality of citrus fruits as affected by granulation - hindawi

The Effects of Edible Coatings on the Postharvest Quality of Citrus Fruits as Affected by Granulation - Hindawi

The world population is growing day-by-day, while the available natural resources for agricultural production, i.e., soil and water, are rapidly decreasing. Moreover, consumer preferences are highly affected by some quality characteristics of

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effect of biocomposite edible coatings based on pea starch and guar gum on nutritional quality of “valencia” orange during storage - saberi ...

Effect of Biocomposite Edible Coatings Based on Pea Starch and Guar Gum on Nutritional Quality of “Valencia” Orange During Storage - Saberi ...

In this study, the effect of biocomposite edible coatings based on pea starch and guar gum (PSGG) on total vitamin C, phenolic, flavonoid, anthocyanins, and carotenoid content, and antioxidant capacity of “Valencia” orange stored at 5 and 20 C

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covalent linkage of bioactive volatiles to a polysaccharide support as a potential approach for preparing active edible coatings and delivery ...

Covalent linkage of bioactive volatiles to a polysaccharide support as a potential approach for preparing active edible coatings and delivery ...

Significant progress has been made in the field with a new generation of active edible coatings that include bioactive compounds such as antimicrobial agents, antioxidants, texture enhancers, flavoring agents, nutraceuticals and more (Mellinas

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effect of solid content and composition of hydroxypropyl methylcellulose–lipid edible coatings on physico‐chemical and nutritional quality of ...

Effect of solid content and composition of hydroxypropyl methylcellulose–lipid edible coatings on physico‐chemical and nutritional quality of ...

Edible coatings have the potential to extend shelf life of citrus by providing a semi‐permeable barrier to water and gases, which depends on coating composition, solid content (SC), and cultivar. However, little is known about the effect of coat

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effect of the edible coating with protein hydrolysate on cherry tomatoes shelf life - da costa de quadros - 2020 - journal of food processing and ...

Effect of the edible coating with protein hydrolysate on cherry tomatoes shelf life - da Costa de Quadros - 2020 - Journal of Food Processing and ...

Alternatives to increase fruit shelf life without the addition of synthetic preservatives, such as the use of edible coatings incorporated with bioactive compounds, should be explored. This study evaluated the effects of edible coating with fish

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effect of edible and active coating (with rosemary and oregano essential oils) on beef characteristics and consumer acceptability

Effect of Edible and Active Coating (with Rosemary and Oregano Essential Oils) on Beef Characteristics and Consumer Acceptability

9/8/2016 · The effects of an alginate-based edible coating containing natural antioxidants (rosemary and oregano essential oils) on lipid oxidation, color preservation, water losses, texture and pH of beef steaks during 14 days of display were studied. The

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effects of edible coatings on browning of fresh-cut peach fruits

Effects of edible coatings on browning of fresh-cut peach fruits

In addition, edible films and coatings are able to transport substances that bring some benefits not only for the food itself but also for the consumer, through the encapsulation of bioactive

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the effect of edible chitosan coatings incorporated storage

The Effect of Edible Chitosan Coatings Incorporated Storage

The Effect of Edible Chitosan Coatings Incorporated with Thymus capitatus Essential Oil on the Shelf-Life of Strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa) during Cold Storage Keydis Martínez 1, Marta Ortiz 1, Alberto Albis 1, Clara Gilma Gutiérrez Castañeda

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film formation and deposition methods of edible coating on food products: a review - sciencedirect

Film formation and deposition methods of edible coating on food products: A review - ScienceDirect

1/10/2020 · Edible coatings and films are entirely different; edible coatings can be directly applied on the surface on fruits, vegetables, and other food products, while edible film is used as a wrapping packaging material (Aguirre-Joya et al., 2018).

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application of edible coatings on fruits and vegetables

Application of Edible Coatings on Fruits and Vegetables

Application of Edible Coatings on Fruits and Vegetables Vijaykumar T. Kore 1 *, Sima S. Tawade 2 and J. Kabir 3 1 ICAR- Central Citrus Research Institute, Nagpur- 440033

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biopreservation of shrimps using composed edible coatings from chitosan nanoparticles and cloves extract

Biopreservation of Shrimps Using Composed Edible Coatings from Chitosan Nanoparticles and Cloves Extract

Abstract Shrimps are highly valuable and perishable foodstuff that could be rapidly spoiled. Chitosan (Cht) was extracted and transformed into nanoparticles (NPs) via ionic gelation and fortified with cloves (Syzygium aromaticum) buds extract

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effect of edible coatings on bioactive compounds and antioxidant capacity of tomatoes at different maturity stages - core

Effect of edible coatings on bioactive compounds and antioxidant capacity of tomatoes at different maturity stages - CORE

Effect of edible coatings on bioactive compounds and antioxidant capacity of tomatoes at different maturity stages By Jorge E. Dávila-Aviña, José A. Villa-Rodríguez, Mónica A. Villegas-Ochoa, Orlando Tortoledo-Ortiz, Guadalupe I. Olivas, J.

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the effect of the application of edible coatings on or before ultraviolet treatment on postharvested longan fruits

The Effect of the Application of Edible Coatings on or before Ultraviolet Treatment on Postharvested Longan Fruits

This study compared the effect of application of edible coating on or before ultraviolet treatment on postharvest longan fruits. The treated longan fruits were examined for weight loss, respiration rate, surface color changes, enzymatic

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the effect of edible chitosan coatings incorporated storage

The Effect of Edible Chitosan Coatings Incorporated Storage

The Effect of Edible Chitosan Coatings Incorporated with Thymus capitatus Essential Oil on the Shelf-Life of Strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa) during Cold Storage Keydis Martínez 1, Marta Ortiz 1, Alberto Albis 1, Clara Gilma Gutiérrez Castañeda

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effect of different coatings on post-harvest quality and bioactive compounds of pomegranate (punica granatum l.) fruits. - abstract - europe pmc

Effect of different coatings on post-harvest quality and bioactive compounds of pomegranate (Punica granatum L.) fruits. - Abstract - Europe PMC

Effect of edible coatings on bioactive compounds and antioxidant capacity of tomatoes at different maturity stages. Dávila-Aviña JE, Villa-Rodríguez JA, Villegas-Ochoa MA, Tortoledo-Ortiz O, Olivas GI, Ayala-Zavala JF, González-Aguilar GA

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effect of biocomposite edible coatings based on pea starch and guar gum on nutritional quality of ‘valencia’ orange during storage — abertay ...

Effect of biocomposite edible coatings based on pea starch and guar gum on nutritional quality of ‘Valencia’ orange during storage — Abertay ...

TY - JOUR T1 - Effect of biocomposite edible coatings based on pea starch and guar gum on nutritional quality of ‘Valencia’ orange during storage AU - Saberi, Bahareh AU - Golding, John B. AU - Chockchaisawasdee, Suwimol AU - Scarlett,

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advances in preservation of fruits and vegetables with bioactive coatings | request pdf

Advances in preservation of fruits and vegetables with bioactive coatings | Request PDF

Bioactive compounds are a large group of compounds (antimicrobials, antioxidants, nutrients, etc.), but its use in edible films and coatings for application on fruits and vegetables has been very

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[pdf] influence of osmotic dehydration on bioactive compounds, antioxidant capacity, color and texture of fruits and vegetables: a review ...

[PDF] Influence of osmotic dehydration on bioactive compounds, antioxidant capacity, color and texture of fruits and vegetables: a review ...

13/11/2020 · @article{Landim2016InfluenceOO, title={Influence of osmotic dehydration on bioactive compounds, antioxidant capacity, color and texture of fruits and vegetables: a review}, author={Ana Paula Miguel Landim and Maria Ivone Martins Jacintho Barbosa

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applications of films and coatings in fruits and vegetables - researchgate

Applications of Films and Coatings in Fruits and Vegetables - ResearchGate

In addition, edible films and coatings are able to transport substances that bring some benefits not only for the food itself but also for the consumer, through the encapsulation of bioactive

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application of edible coatings on fruits and vegetables

Application of Edible Coatings on Fruits and Vegetables

Application of Edible Coatings on Fruits and Vegetables Vijaykumar T. Kore 1 *, Sima S. Tawade 2 and J. Kabir 3 1 ICAR- Central Citrus Research Institute, Nagpur- 440033

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biopreservation of shrimps using composed edible coatings from chitosan nanoparticles and cloves extract

Biopreservation of Shrimps Using Composed Edible Coatings from Chitosan Nanoparticles and Cloves Extract

Abstract Shrimps are highly valuable and perishable foodstuff that could be rapidly spoiled. Chitosan (Cht) was extracted and transformed into nanoparticles (NPs) via ionic gelation and fortified with cloves (Syzygium aromaticum) buds extract

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effect of edible coatings on bioactive compounds and antioxidant capacity of tomatoes at different maturity stages - core

Effect of edible coatings on bioactive compounds and antioxidant capacity of tomatoes at different maturity stages - CORE

Effect of edible coatings on bioactive compounds and antioxidant capacity of tomatoes at different maturity stages By Jorge E. Dávila-Aviña, José A. Villa-Rodríguez, Mónica A. Villegas-Ochoa, Orlando Tortoledo-Ortiz, Guadalupe I. Olivas, J.

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the effect of the application of edible coatings on or before ultraviolet treatment on postharvested longan fruits

The Effect of the Application of Edible Coatings on or before Ultraviolet Treatment on Postharvested Longan Fruits

This study compared the effect of application of edible coating on or before ultraviolet treatment on postharvest longan fruits. The treated longan fruits were examined for weight loss, respiration rate, surface color changes, enzymatic

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the effect of edible chitosan coatings incorporated storage

The Effect of Edible Chitosan Coatings Incorporated Storage

The Effect of Edible Chitosan Coatings Incorporated with Thymus capitatus Essential Oil on the Shelf-Life of Strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa) during Cold Storage Keydis Martínez 1, Marta Ortiz 1, Alberto Albis 1, Clara Gilma Gutiérrez Castañeda

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effect of different coatings on post-harvest quality and bioactive compounds of pomegranate (punica granatum l.) fruits. - abstract - europe pmc

Effect of different coatings on post-harvest quality and bioactive compounds of pomegranate (Punica granatum L.) fruits. - Abstract - Europe PMC

Effect of edible coatings on bioactive compounds and antioxidant capacity of tomatoes at different maturity stages. Dávila-Aviña JE, Villa-Rodríguez JA, Villegas-Ochoa MA, Tortoledo-Ortiz O, Olivas GI, Ayala-Zavala JF, González-Aguilar GA

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effect of biocomposite edible coatings based on pea starch and guar gum on nutritional quality of ‘valencia’ orange during storage — abertay ...

Effect of biocomposite edible coatings based on pea starch and guar gum on nutritional quality of ‘Valencia’ orange during storage — Abertay ...

TY - JOUR T1 - Effect of biocomposite edible coatings based on pea starch and guar gum on nutritional quality of ‘Valencia’ orange during storage AU - Saberi, Bahareh AU - Golding, John B. AU - Chockchaisawasdee, Suwimol AU - Scarlett,

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advances in preservation of fruits and vegetables with bioactive coatings | request pdf

Advances in preservation of fruits and vegetables with bioactive coatings | Request PDF

Bioactive compounds are a large group of compounds (antimicrobials, antioxidants, nutrients, etc.), but its use in edible films and coatings for application on fruits and vegetables has been very

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[pdf] influence of osmotic dehydration on bioactive compounds, antioxidant capacity, color and texture of fruits and vegetables: a review ...

[PDF] Influence of osmotic dehydration on bioactive compounds, antioxidant capacity, color and texture of fruits and vegetables: a review ...

13/11/2020 · @article{Landim2016InfluenceOO, title={Influence of osmotic dehydration on bioactive compounds, antioxidant capacity, color and texture of fruits and vegetables: a review}, author={Ana Paula Miguel Landim and Maria Ivone Martins Jacintho Barbosa

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applications of films and coatings in fruits and vegetables - researchgate

Applications of Films and Coatings in Fruits and Vegetables - ResearchGate

In addition, edible films and coatings are able to transport substances that bring some benefits not only for the food itself but also for the consumer, through the encapsulation of bioactive

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application of edible coatings on fruits and vegetables

Application of Edible Coatings on Fruits and Vegetables

Application of Edible Coatings on Fruits and Vegetables Vijaykumar T. Kore 1 *, Sima S. Tawade 2 and J. Kabir 3 1 ICAR- Central Citrus Research Institute, Nagpur- 440033

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