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storage life

The length of time for which an item of supply, including explosives, given specific storage conditions, may be expected to remain serviceable and, if relevant, safe. See also shelf life.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Researchers in crop and agricultural sciences and other biological sciences survey new post-harvest treatments of fruits and vegetables designed to maintain the quality and extend the storage life of fresh and minimally processed produce.
Meat products are a major source of protein for consumers, but fresh meat has a short storage life and can quickly spoil due to microorganisms and pathogens.
Packaging and quarantine treatment like gamma radiation can markedly extend the storage life of many fresh fruits and vegetables through the inhibition of physiological deterioration and reducing weight loss (Khalaf et al.
In agriculture, it can help increase the storage life of grains and other commodities.
They offer a storage life of 12 months before being filled with product.
10,087,455, covers the new technology that extends the storage life of whole wheat flour by minimizing oxidation.
The discovery, titled 'Nano-composite zinc oxide-chitosan coatings on polyethylene films for extending storage life of okra (Abelmoschus esculentus),' was recently published in the peer review high impact factor Journal of Nanomaterials.
by Times News ServiceDr Laila Al Naamani's research titled "Nano-composite Zinc Oxide-Chitosan Coatings on Polyethylene Films for Extending Storage Life of Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus)" was recently published in a peer review high impact journal.
Austrianova Singapore already has data demonstrating storage life of frozen encapsulated cells for over six years; however, these studies were done with a slightly different cell line than the cell line that will be used for PharmaCyte's planned clinical trial.
PFA spokesman on Monday said that rotten vegetables and fruits stored for more than their storage life, are prime cause of causing intestinal diseases and food poisoning.