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    the same bananas at the store every day made me feel comfortable. I knew exactly what I was getting every time I went to the store. No mass difference between types of fruits and vegetables was found. I was ok with this standard. However, after going through the readings throughout this semester my position has changed on my monoculture habituation. It turns out that monocultures pose a lot of threats and with one single variety we…

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    INTRODUCTION Bananas are one of the most important food crops in most of the African countries. About 75% of the farmers grow the crop on 1.3million hectares in Africa. Most of this production is for local consumption. They are amongst the most important commercial subtropical fruits grown in South Africa and are planted for sale in local markets or self-consumption and only a fraction of all bananas are sold in the world markets. The production technologies used for small scale and commercial…

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    Problem Out of pineapples, apples, grapes, bananas, and oranges, which makes a pinto bean seed grow taller and faster? Hypothesis My hypothesis is that the plant with the pineapple in the soil will make the plant grow better because pineapples have more acidity. My second hypothesis is that I think the plant with the banana in the soil will also grow well because bananas have high potassium percentages. Procedure I will be preforming one experiment. The items I will need are the following:…

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    A derivative of the plant family Musaceae (Musa), the commercial banana has enjoyed international success as a popular dessert item in the modern developed world. Understandably, the advent of an uncontrolled banana blight would certainly have major repercussions on the world market; moreover, it would spell doom for the millions of subsistence farmers across the globe for whom bananas are still a staple food. This frightening scenario is not wholly unrealistic – in the 1890s, Gros Michel, the…

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    Okara Case Study

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    Chapter-1 Introduction Plantains and banana constitute the fourth most important global food commodity (after rice, wheat and maize) grown in more than 120 countries over a harvested area of approximately 10 million hectares. The annual production of banana is about 88 million tonnes (Frison and Sharrock, 1999). It is the crop in superior position due…

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    Extraction of alkali from banana peels is known to depend on such parameters as ashing temperature, ashing time, soaking time and particle size of the ashed sample, soil type and variety. Alkali was extracted from three Nigerian grown banana peels namely: Saaro, Oloosun and Paranta for the purpose of determining the concentration of the extracted alkali. The concentration of the extracted alkali ranged from 0.02 to 0.10mol/dm3. The three varieties of the banana peels gave a maximum concentration…

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    Banana Bottom is an excellent example of distinctive characters’, culture, and conflict. Conflict is an essential obstacle for the characters’ to get what they want. This novel creates a compassionate illusion on human emotions. There are dark consequences illustrated in relation to symbolism with elements of imperious will and professions of devotion. The characters’ personality is represented during their dialogues and portrays a significant development for one character hearing another…

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    Silence of the Corporations: A Literary Analysis on Pablo Neruda’s United Fruit Co. Most of us tend to blame the difficulties and failures that are present in third world countries on corrupted politicians, ruthless crime lords, and uncooperative political groups. Basically, we blame these problems on internal factors. However, many of us have failed to realize that large international corporations have also played key roles in leading these nations into the state of chaos and demise that they…

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    Chiquita Case Study

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    Chiquita Brands International Inc. is a multinational producer, distributer and marketer of bananas mainly and other fresh fruit products. The banana division only consists of 19,000 employees mainly working in more than 100 banana farms in countries throughout Latin America like Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Ecuador , Costa Rica , Panama and Colombia . It has always cared about their employees who were living in houses (owned by Chiquita) in the banana farms. The company used to provide…

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    Compounds showing OAV (odor activity value) lower than 1 were not assumed to contribute to overall aroma. In addition to macronutrients, food contains components that may provide health benefits such as phytochemicals derived from naturally occurring compounds (Bloch and Thomson 1995). Phytochemicals are sometimes referred as phytonutrients because they are natural bioactive compounds present in plant foods and works with nutrients and dietary fiber for the protection against diseases.…

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