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Plant microbiota: a prospect to Edge off postharvest loss
Year:
2022
Authors :
Kumar, Ajay
;
.
Volume :
Co-Authors:

Poonam Patel
Sushil Kumar
Ajay Kumar

Facilitators :
From page:
261
To page:
284
(
Total pages:
24
)
Abstract:

Postharvest losses of food crops are vital components of agriculture commodities. The role of plant microbiota in relation to plant growth and development has been myriad. Also, slowly and steadily the potential role of microbiota has been unraveled in reducing postharvest losses to solve the main issue of food loss economically. The healthy relation between plants’ inherited harvested produce and microbiota radically influences the whole food chain link, from “field to plate.” Microbiota seems to play an important role at the baseline of storage and importantly with its quality traits. Unraveling potential underlying mechanisms and using biotechnological tools can advance the unfolded view of the efficacy of these microbial communities as a biocontrol agent, which can help to overcome the limitations to enhance global food security.

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biocontrol products
endophytic microflora
food pipeline
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DOI :
10.1016/B978-0-323-88478-5.00006-7
Article number:
0
Affiliations:
Database:
Scopus
Publication Type:
Book chapter
;
.
Language:
English
Editors' remarks:
ID:
62423
Last updated date:
02/11/2022 14:09
Creation date:
02/11/2022 14:04
Scientific Publication
Plant microbiota: a prospect to Edge off postharvest loss

Poonam Patel
Sushil Kumar
Ajay Kumar

Plant microbiota: a prospect to Edge off postharvest loss

Postharvest losses of food crops are vital components of agriculture commodities. The role of plant microbiota in relation to plant growth and development has been myriad. Also, slowly and steadily the potential role of microbiota has been unraveled in reducing postharvest losses to solve the main issue of food loss economically. The healthy relation between plants’ inherited harvested produce and microbiota radically influences the whole food chain link, from “field to plate.” Microbiota seems to play an important role at the baseline of storage and importantly with its quality traits. Unraveling potential underlying mechanisms and using biotechnological tools can advance the unfolded view of the efficacy of these microbial communities as a biocontrol agent, which can help to overcome the limitations to enhance global food security.

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