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Environment

What is Eutrophication? What are its Causes & Effects?

A sudden increase in the organic and inorganic nutrient supply in an aquatic environment is termed as Eutrophication. Sewage and waste water from industries and agriculture serve as primary source of these nutrients. Eutrophication results in the death of fishes, and other marine animals. […]

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Biology
protoplasm
Biology
methods-of-food-preservation
Tech

11 Methods of Food Preservation used by Food Industry

With the beginning of civilisations and human settlements, the need to preserve excess foods became essential for survival. Since then, many traditional and household practices have evolved to limit food spoilage. Such as cooking, the addition of spices and fermentation. In modern commercial food production, spoilage and contamination are preserved by a variety of methods such as Filtration, Lyophilisation, Refrigeration, Pasteurisation, Canned Food, Vaccum packing, Irradiation, Food preservatives etc. […]