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Topic: Ripening


In the News (Wed 17 Jan 18)

  
  Ripening is our business, providing superior ethylene ripening generators, ethylene ripening concentrate, ripening ...
Ripening is our business, providing superior ethylene ripening generators, ethylene ripening concentrate, ripening thermometers, ripening hygrometers, ripening thermohygrometers,ripening hygrothermometers, ripening knives, ripening smoke candles, ripening gas sampling systems and other ripening products for use in ripening avocados, tomatoes, bananas.
Charlotte, NC American Ripener was founded on the conviction that advanced engineering using state-of-the-art technology and components produces superior ripening through improved ethylene generators and concentrate.
The principals of American Ripener bring over 40 years of successful experience in both engineering and service to the agribusiness community.
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  Ripening is our business, providing superior ethylene ripening generators, ethylene ripening concentrate, ripening ...
Ripening is our business, providing superior ethylene ripening generators, ethylene ripening concentrate, ripening thermometers, ripening hygrometers, ripening thermohygrometers,ripening hygrothermometers, ripening knives, ripening smoke candles, ripening gas sampling systems and other ripening products for use in ripening avocados, tomatoes, bananas.
Ripener I Concentrate should be used in ARCO Ethylene Generators to produce ethylene for proper ripening.
During the entire ripening process, avocados must be vented every 12 hours to avoid CO buildup, which will cause the avocados to not ripen properly.
www.ripening.com /Tipav.htm   (169 words)

  
 eMedicine - Cervical Ripening : Article by Jodie Rai, MD
Cervical ripening usually begins prior to the onset of labor contractions and is necessary for cervical dilatation and the passage of the fetus.
Cervical ripening is associated with decreased collagen fiber alignment, decreased collagen fiber strength, and diminished tensile strength of the extracellular cervical matrix.
Cervical ripening is associated with increased activity of matrix metalloproteinases 2 and 9, enzymes that degrade extracellular matrix proteins.
www.emedicine.com /med/topic3282.htm   (4242 words)

  
 Global Ripening: World-Wide Leader in Fruit Ripening and Conditioning   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In our ever-changing world of fresh fruits and vegetables, it pays to invest in ripening systems which have the flexibility to adapt to an uncertain future…reusable plastic containers, retail display boxes, new varieties…are but a few of the challenges for ripening in the future.
With a ripening system from Global Ripening, you are investing in your profitable future.
We appreciate the time you are taking to investigate your options for new ripening systems.
www.globalripening.com   (155 words)

  
 GEO-PIE Project: Delayed fruit ripening
Delaying the ripening process in fruit is of interest to producers because it allows more time for shipment of fruit from the farmer's fields to the grocer's shelf, and increases the shelf life of the fruit for consumers.
Although ripening makes fruit edible and flavorful, it also begins the gradual decline of the fruit towards softening and rot, causing losses for producers and consumers.
Fruit that are genetically engineered to have delayed ripening can be left to mature on the plant longer, will have longer shelf-life in shipping, and may last longer for consumers.
www.geo-pie.cornell.edu /traits/fruitrip.html   (818 words)

  
  International Banana Association
The commercial practice is to ripen bananas artificially by using ethylene gas, a substance produced by fruits that accelerates the normal process of fruit maturation.
The temperature inside the ripening room is initially high and then is lowered according to when and what color stage the fruit needs to be taken out for shipment to the retail stores.
Longer ripening schedules, with a more gradual reduction in temperatures are better for the fruit, but in many situations ripeners allow the fruit to go through as short a cycle as possible before releasing the product to the retail outlets.
www.eatmorebananas.com /facts/ripening.htm   (408 words)

  
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The principal biochemical events that occur in cheese during ripening are proteolysis (i.e., the hydrolysis of the caseins to peptides and free amino acids) and lipolysis (the liberation of fatty acids from triacylglycerides) and these processes are essential for the development of flavour in most cheeses.
Research on proteolysis in cheese during ripening is at the molecular level and is focussed on the specific peptide bonds cleaved by proteinases during ripening and the identification of the many hundred peptides found in cheese.
Ripening also involves the softening of cheese texture, as a consequence of the hydrolysis of the casein matrix, changes in the water-binding ability of the curd and changes in pH (which may cause other changes such as the migration and precipitation of calcium phosphate).
www.ucc.ie /research/cheese/Cheeseripening.htm   (1272 words)

  
 Food Resource [http://food.oregonstate.edu/], Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
Ripening of tomatoes, genus Lycopersicon esculentum, is most frequently marked by an increase in redness within 40 to 60 days from flowering to full ripeness.
During this ripening process, the increased redness in the latter days of tomato maturation is due to the loss of chlorophyll and accumulation of carotenoids, particularly lycopene.
The initial most obvious change in bananas during ripening is the peel change from a green to a yellow and then to a brown color in over ripe or cold shocked bananas.
food.oregonstate.edu /faq/plant/ripening.html   (684 words)

  
 Ripening Tomatoes With Ethylene
Ripening is the final stage of the maturation process, when the fruit changes color, softens and develops the flavor, texture and aroma that constitute optimum eating quality.
Ripening is irreversibly initiated when the internal ripening concentration of naturally-produced ethylene reaches 0.1 to 1.0 ppm; prior to this time the natural ripening process can be initiated by exposing fruits to external ethylene sources.
Decreasing the time for ripening initiation by only one day would represent substantial reduction of energy requirement, as ripening room construction and operation are high energy consumers.
edis.ifas.ufl.edu /BODY_CV206   (1536 words)

  
 Fruit Ripening
Grape berry development and ripening is a continuous process and there is no single stage of development or point in time that the fruit can be universally considered “ripe”.
But ripening processes continue while fruit is on the vine so as flavors may be developing or changing with extended hang-time, sugars may continue to increase and acidity decrease.
The onset of grape ripening (veraison) begins during the final stage of berry growth when berries begin to soften and size increases due to cell enlargement.
winegrapes.tamu.edu /grow/ripening.shtml   (2580 words)

  
 Ripening that huge crop of green garden tomatoes
Ripening numerous fruit takes a lot of energy from the leaves and tends to delay the whole crop turning red.
Ripening enzymes are destroyed by cold temperatures whether in the garden or in a refrigerator.
Ripen tomatoes in well-ventilated, open cardboard boxes at room temperature checking them every few days to eliminate those that may have spoiled.
www.colostate.edu /Depts/CoopExt/4DMG/VegFruit/ripening.htm   (678 words)

  
 Butter : Ripening to convert ferment milk sugars to lactic acid
The cream is ripened to pH 5.5 at 21°C and then pH 4.6 at 13°C. Most flavor development occurs between pH 5.5 - 4.6.
Ripened butter is usually not washed or salted.
After ripening the cream is cooled to 4.5 to 7°C for several hours to allow the fat to harden.
webexhibits.org /butter/culturing.html   (292 words)

  
 Simplified Foley insertion for cervical ripening — OBG Management
Several reports in the English-language literature on the specifics of Foley ripening have discussed the use of various catheter sizes (14 Foley to 26 Foley) and balloon capacities (25 mL to 50 mL).
Until further controlled studies documenting outpatient safety are available, balloon ripening should be limited to an in-hospital technique, as it causes uterine contractions and even tachysystole.
vaginal gel for ripening the cervix and inducing labor in patients with unfavorable cervixes.
www.obgmanagement.com /article_pages.asp?AID=3003&UID=   (1839 words)

  
 BioMed Central | Full text | IMOP: randomised placebo controlled trial of outpatient cervical ripening with isosorbide ...
Outpatient cervical ripening with prostaglandins is associated with significantly shorter admission to delivery times [2,3] and/or reduced health care costs [4].
However, there are concerns about the use of prostaglandins, the agents commonly used in hospital settings for this indication, and their use for outpatient cervical ripening has been declared unsafe by many authorities because of the potential for uterine contractions to cause fetal hypoxia which would remain undiagnosed in the outpatient environment [6,7].
A Medline search using the headings "outpatient" and "cervical ripening" and restricted to studies in the English language on human subjects generated 22 publications, of which 17 are relevant to this application [2-4,6,7,13-26].
www.biomedcentral.com /1471-2393/6/25   (6334 words)

  
 DOMENICO BRANCATO snc - Post-harvest solutions and technologies - RIPENING OF FRESH CROPS
The post-picking ripening of fruits is a condition of necessity which finds its employment all over the world and can be applied to the product picked in advance or in a normal picking period.
There are several techniques (described below) which, from a practical point of view, allow to reach in a short time a uniform ripening of fruits in order to allow the operators a greater timeliness of offer and therefore obtain economic advantages, a very important characteristic from a commercial point of view.
The consumption ripening - which not always coincides exactly with the physiologic ripening - is obtained in the course of time, i.e.: during the preservation and/or commercial distribution.
www.ripening.net /pages_en/maturazione_en.htm   (339 words)

  
 Turbana
Fruit should be loaded into the ripening rooms as soon as possible upon arrival at warehouse.
To assure even and consistent ripening, ethylene gas should be introduced within 48 hours of arrival and rooms closed for 24 hours.
Bananas should be removed from the ripening room as close to scheduled delivery time as possible, and never held in an area without adequate temperature control.
www.turbana.com /distributors/handling_ripening.htm   (318 words)

  
 Ostwald ripening
The ones in the middle or the ones you are packing in on top, trying to get them to fit?) Large crystals, with their greater volume to surface area ratio, represent a lower energy state.
Ostwald ripening is not a transition of the protein from one phase (precipitate) to another (crystal).
However, the depletion zones around the growing crystals which are seen here are also seen in Ostwald ripening and until I get some pictures of true Ostwald ripening, this is the closest example I have.
xray.bmc.uu.se /terese/crystallization/tutorials/tutorial6.html   (534 words)

  
 How Steroids Control Grape Ripening
In spite of their importance, the biochemical mechanisms that control ripening in grapes are something of a mystery.
In climacteric fruit, those that continue to ripen after harvest, such as tomatoes, apples and bananas, ripening is controlled by ethylene.
Climacteric fruits are characterized by a strong increase in ethylene, together with a peak in respiration during ripening.
www.winesandvines.com /feature_nov_06_steroids.html   (1223 words)

  
 Cervical Ripening
Associated with cervical ripening is an increase in the enzyme cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2), which leads to a local increase of prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) in the cervix.
Cervical ripening is associated with increased activity of metalloproteinases, enzymes that degrade extracellular matrix proteins.
Bishop scores are somewhat subjective, but a score of 5 or less suggests further ripening is needed while a score of 9 or greater suggests that ripening is completed.
www.indiandoctors.com /OBGYN/obst%20disorder/obst%20disorde-2.htm   (1697 words)

  
 California KiwiFruit Commission   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Fruit firmness is defined as the force necessary to break the flesh tissues and it is related to different stages during the ripening process.
To determine the ripening stage, kiwifruit which arrives at your warehouse should be tested for flesh firmness using a standard fruit penetrometer with an 8.0 millimeter tip (5/16").
To avoid or reduce fruit shriveling, kiwifruit should be placed in ripening rooms win tray pack or volume fill packages with polyliners.
www.kiwifruit.org /NewFoodService/ripening.htm   (721 words)

  
 IngentaConnect Maturation and Ripening of Fruit of Amelanchier alnifolia Nutt. a...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Moreover, the double bond index of fatty acids in the polar lipid fraction fell during ripening, reflecting a progressive increase in the saturation of membrane lipids.
This increase in saturation was partly due to a 65% decline in the concentration of linolenic acid.
Collectively, these results provide evidence that ripening of this climacteric fruit is accompanied by a substantial increase in free-radical-mediated peroxidation of membrane lipids, probably as a direct consequence of a progressive decline in the enzymatic systems responsible for catabolism of active oxygen species.
www.ingentaconnect.com /content/ap/bo/1998/00000081/00000002/art00543   (481 words)

  
 EncycloWine: Encyclopedia for Wine Enthusiasts - Ripening
Ripening is a process in fruit such as grapes that causes them to become more edible and more suitable to make wine.
An important plant hormone involved with ripening is the chemical ethylene, a gas created by plants from the amino acid methionine.
If too few seeds in a multiseeded fruit are formed (by fertilization of the ovules), the flesh of the fruit may not develop in some areas, and ripening will be retarded or prevented.
www.encyclowine.org /index.php?title=Ripening&printable=yes   (194 words)

  
 Characterization of Ethylene Biosynthesis Associated with Ripening in Banana Fruit -- Liu et al. 121 (4): 1257 -- PLANT ...
The lanes are: 1, preclimacteric fruit; 2, fruit ripened naturally; 3, fruit ripened by application of exogenous ethylene; and 4, fruit subjected to wounding.
Individual fruit was separated from one hand and ripened naturally at 22°C. On each sampling day, ethylene production was determined in one fruit, and then flesh from the same fruit was used for the determination of ACC content, ACC oxidase activity assay, and RNA extraction for northern analysis.
mRNA for ACC synthase at the onset of ripening is a well-known
www.plantphysiol.org /cgi/content/full/121/4/1257   (5717 words)

  
 Determinate, delayed-ripening cherry tomato plants - Patent 5763742
The ripening inhibition reported in the tomato line Alcobaca has been shown to be caused by a mutation that is an allele of nor (Lobo et al.
The mutation Nr results in fruit that do not ripen fully (only to a pale orange) and may be the basis for the long shelf life of the variety Longkeeper.
As used herein, the terms "delayed-ripening" or "ripening-delayed" are used to refer to tomato plants which are heterozygous for an allele which inhibits the maturation of fruit of the plant.
www.freepatentsonline.com /5763742.html   (2947 words)

  
 Methods for cervical ripening and induction of labor - Cover Article American Family Physician - Find Articles
The duration of labor is inversely correlated with the Bishop score; a score that exceeds 8 describes the patient most likely to achieve a successful vaginal birth.
The risks and benefits of these agents are still unknown because the quality of evidence is based on a long tradition of use by a certain population (6) and anecdotal case reports.
The only conclusion that can be made at this time is that the role of herbal remedies in cervical ripening or labor induction is still uncertain.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m3225/is_10_67/ai_102223798   (842 words)

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