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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 2, February 2017 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Inactivation Of ACC Oxidase (Acco) During Modified Atmosphere Storage (MAS) Of Mango

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AUTHOR(S)

E. Basuki, A. Prarudiyanto

 

KEYWORDS

ACCO, Polyethylene, Polypropylene, KMnO4, Modified Atmosphere Storage and Mangoes.

 

ABSTRACT

Inactivation ACC Oxidase (ACCO) during Modified Atmosphere Storage (MAS) of Mango were carried out at Food Technology Laboratory, University of Mataram from by using Completely Randomized Design and continued with Least Significant Different at five percent significance level. Mangoes were stored at Polyethylene (PE) bags; PE + KMnO4; Polypropylene bags (PP); PP + KMnO4 and unpacked (Control) for three weeks. The physical properties of fruit such as weight loss and decay percentage were determined, while physiological properties such as the rate of respiration, ethylene production including ACCO activity. Inactivation of ACCO occurred to almost half-time of its activity in mango stored at MAS as compared to unpacked mango. Therefore, paralleled the rate of respiration and production of ethylene at MAS leads to extend the storage life of mangoes. Weight loss and decay percentage of mango kept in MAS for 3 weeks were lower than unpacked.

 

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