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Rhizopus microsporus columella

07/10/2013
Rhizopus microsporis columella Species of the mucoralean genus Rhizopus are very relevant to society, in several respects. They are known as spoilage organisms, contaminating a variety of foodstuffs and agricultural products during storage and transport . Because of off-odors, unwanted discolorations, taste defects and toxicity, and the rapid growth of the organisms, spoilage may be considerable. ...

Rhizopus microsporus columella

07/10/2013
Rhizopus microsporis columella Species of the mucoralean genus Rhizopus are very relevant to society, in several respects. They are known as spoilage organisms, contaminating a variety of foodstuffs and agricultural products during storage and transport . Because of off-odors, unwanted discolorations, taste defects and toxicity, and the rapid growth of the organisms, spoilage may be considerable. ...

Rhizopus microsporus

07/10/2013
Rhizopus microsporus columella. Species of the mucoralean genus Rhizopus are very relevant to society, in several respects. They are known as spoilage organisms,contaminating a variety of foodstuffs and agricultural products during storage and transport. Because of off-odors, unwanted discolorations, taste defects and toxicity, and the rapid growth of the organisms, spoilage may ...

Rhizopus microsporus

07/10/2013
Rhizopus microsporus columella. Species of the mucoralean genus Rhizopus are very relevant to society, in several respects. They are known as spoilage organisms,contaminating a variety of foodstuffs and agricultural products during storage and transport. Because of off-odors, unwanted discolorations, taste defects and toxicity, and the rapid growth of the organisms, spoilage may ...

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