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Biochemistry Editing Sample

Before

The attempt of reducing agricultural waste meanwhile generating new food sources has received increasingly interests over recent years (Schieber, Stintzing, & Carle, 2001; Tribess, Hernández-Uribe, Méndez-Montealvo, Menezes, Bello-Pérez, & Tadini, 2009; Zhang, Whistler, BeMiller, & Hanaker, 2005). Banana, with its multitudinous varieties, is consumed fresh in tropical and sub-tropical regions (Rodríguez-Ambriz, Islas-Hernández, Agama- Acevedo, Tovar, & Bello-Pérez, 2008). It is estimated that about one-fifth of banana produced is wasted or rejected, then discarded without further processing (Zhang et al., 2005). Unripe green banana (UGB) is considered as a problematic by-product regarding disposal issue, however, this unripe fruit would be made excellent use of its edible portion because of its nutritional qualities.

After

Efforts to reduce agricultural waste while generating new food sources have received increasing interest in recent years (Schieber, Stintzing, & Carle, 2001; Tribess, Hernández- Uribe, Méndez-Montealvo, Menezes, Bello-Pérez, & Tadini, 2009; Zhang, Whistler, BeMiller, & Hanaker, 2005). The banana, with its multitudinous varieties, is consumed fresh in tropical and sub-tropical regions (Rodríguez-Ambriz, Islas-Hernández, Agama-Acevedo, Tovar, & Bello- Pérez, 2008). It is estimated that about one-fifth of the bananas produced are wasted or rejected, then discarded without further processing (Zhang et al., 2005). Unripe green banana (UGB) is considered a problematic by-product with regard to disposal, however, excellent use could be made of the edible portion of this unripe fruit because of its nutritional qualities.