Asian Science Citation Index is committed to provide an authoritative, trusted and significant information by the coverage of the most important and influential journals to meet the needs of the global scientific community.  
ASCI Database
308-Lasani Town,
Sargodha Road,
Faisalabad, Pakistan
Fax: +92-41-8815544
Contact Via Web
Suggest a Journal
 
Articles by Habib Ahmed Rathore
Total Records ( 2 ) for Habib Ahmed Rathore
  Habib Ahmed Rathore , Tariq Masud , Shehla Sammi and Eijaz Hussain Soomro
  Polyethylene packaging and Pre-treatments had significant effect (p<0.05) on overall chemical constituents such as reducing and non-reducing sugars (RS, TIS, SUC) Total Sugars (TS), Sugar Acid Ratio (SAR) and other organoleptic parameters like; Skin Color (SKC), Flesh Color (FLC), Texture (TEX), Taste (TAS) and Flavour (FLA) of Chaunsa white variety of mango fruit at ambient temperature (28-33oC and 56.7- 69.7% relative humidity) during storage. It was investigated that fruit treated with coating emulsions having fungicide, ethylene absorbent and antiripening agent, packed in polyethylene had lower RS ranged from (8.35-10.70%), TIS (17.78-24.66), SUC (9.07-13.75), TS (17.31-23.93), SAR value (25.31-39.79), lower SKC (.3.83-4.88), FLC (3.84-4.50), TEX (5.05-5.68), TAS (3.21-4.28) and FLA (3.74-4.76) with an average mean of 9.07%, 20.95%, 10.80%, 20.06%, 26.31, 3.93, 4.08, 5.20, 3.70 and 4.09 respectively at ambient temperature during 30 days of storage. The coated fruit packed in polyethylene had longer shelf life, minimum quality loss and slower increase in RS, TIS, SUC, TS contents, SAR, or lower score of SKC, FLC, TAS, higher TEX and slower increase of FLA respectively of fruit during storage. Whereas, the control sample had greater compositional changes with maximum quality loss, higher RS (9.67%), TIS (28.51%), SUC (19.83%), TS (29.38%), SAR (103.60), SKC (5.82), FLC (4.56), TAS (4.67), FLA (4.81) and lower TEX (4.98) and fruit was unacceptable after 12 days of their storage due to its unattractive skin, brown pulp color and poor taste.
  Habib Ahmed Rathore , Tariq Masud , Ahmad Raza and Muhammad Rizwan
  Potential techniques of Interactive Packaging in Cardboard Carton (IPCC) had significant effect (p<0.05) effect on overall quality characteristics such as Reducing Sugar (RS), Total Inert Sugar (TIS), Sucrose (SUC), Total Sugar (TS), Sugar Acid Ratio (SAR), Skin Colour (SKC), Flesh Colour (FLC), Texture (TEX), Taste (TAS) and Flavour (FLA) of Chaunsa white variety of Mango at ambient temperature (28-33oC and 56.7-69.7% relative humidity) during storage. It was determined that using of potential techniques of coating emulsions having fungicide, ethylene absorbent and anti-ripening agent for (IPCC) technology showed higher contents of RS ranged from (10.14-11.58%), lower TIS (20.05-24.58%, except carton having 29.58%), SUC (9.19-18.34%), TS (19.57-22.53%) and SAR (22.63-86.27) with an average mean of 10.73%, 24.12%, 13.68%, 24.75% and 46.10 respectively. Whereas, the higher scores of organoleptic characteristics such as SKC score ranged from (4.09-5.01), FLC (4.01-5.02), TEX (4.48-5.27), TAS (3.81-5.20) and FLA (4.05-4.69) with an average mean of 4.53, 4.47, 5.03, 4.48 and 4.38 score respectively was observed in IPCC system up to end of storage. On the other hand the control sample (T1) comparatively had lower RS (9.66%), higher TIS (28.51%) except carton with highest percent (29.58%), highest SUC (19.83%), TS (29.38%), SAR (103.6), SKC score (5.82), FLC (4.55), TEX (4.98), TAS (4.67) and FLA score (4.81) respectively at earlier stage of storage. The present studies show that IPCC system having with other protective chemicals had a vital role in delaying the ripening process of mango fruit and extended storage life up to 25 days with minimum quality loss as compared to Control sample due to its unattractive skin, brown pulp color and poor taste was unacceptable after 12 days of their storage and had greater compositional changes with maximum quality loss during storage.
 
 
 
Copyright   |   Desclaimer   |    Privacy Policy   |   Browsers   |   Accessibility