Do bananas rot faster than tomatoes?
yes,bananas rot faster than apples
Bananas rot faster than apples because although both fruits will eventually be decomposed by bacteria, the banana is more exposed to these decomposers than an apple, causing it to rot faster than an apple.
Bananas are softer than apples and have simpler sugars. Thus, they are easier to rot and therefore rot faster than apples.
the bananas will rot on the counter in 2 weeks the bananas will rot on the counter in 2 weeks the bananas will rot on the counter in 2 weeks
No banana's rot just as fast as oranges trust me I know. :)
I am pretty sure bananas will ripen and/ or rot faster if they are contained in something such as a brown bag.
I don't think strawberries rot faster than a banana. Bananas because they turn brown and moldy after a short period of time. Although the temperature determine when an apple will rot.
There is more sugar in bananas, therefore will spoil faster.
Because its cold in a fridge.
bananas rot faster than an apple or peach? that is the question i am triing to answer for my science project,. Sorry i couldn't help with your problem. its the same as mine!
No, Bananas actually spoil/rot faster in the darkness
yes because of the soft insides of the bananas it will effect the rotting time. apples have more solid insides!
because it just rots faster
Ripening is due to ethylene gas and all fruits release it as they rot or ripe. If u keep them in plastic bag,gas will not escape n bananas will rot faster
Refridgerator yea it will
Bananas rot faster because they are usually softer and usually left out in room temperature. becase every person god damin crap on them
Apples rot slower than bananas because they are harder. Hard fruits or vegges rot very slow, for example carrots. But compare carrots to cucumbers which rot really fast because they are soft. Same goes for apples and bananas.
Bananas rot faster in the refrigerator. They are normally grown in tropical climate, so the cold has a negative effect on their growth and preservation. They rot quicker because they are not adapted to cold temperatures.
because the atoms in the banana move faster when it gets warm and when they move faster the banana starts to change until it rots while apples and oranges hold there temperatures in there pits
banana rot not faster then peach
i think bananas rot faster because it is ssofter and, therefore th air presses against the banana causing it to turn black this is why banana rots faster than apples or oranges.Air causes bactiria to get on the banana,even though the bactieria is very harmful the banana takes out99% of bactiria before you eat it
it depends if your counter is hot or cold or what the room temperture is!!!!!!!!!!!
7 days or faster if u have fruit flies
Because the room temperature bananas are hotter than the frozen and then the room temperature bananas rot.
Fruit does rot faster, because they have more sugar than vegetables do.
Bananas and many other fruits can ripen with ethylene gas. To ripen them faster, put them in a paper bag with an apple. The gas given off by the apple will speed ripening of the banana.
It keeps them out of the air and the air makes them rot faster. It's just another way of preserving the bananas for longer.
I've got a crazy idea ... why don't you actually do the experiment and find out?!
Bananas, and they also rot first. This is mainly due to the water content, as wet bread will turn moldy before dry bread.
because its drying up and not getting eany shade to cool that's how it rots
It will rot faster in room temperature than in a freezer.
Neither, bananas ripen faster in a brown paper bag. If you leave them in a plastic bag they will rot very quickly - this is true of all fruit, it should never be stored in plastic bags.
Storage apples will rot faster than apples freshly picked. Summer apples will generally go bad faster than fall apples.
They will rot faster on a counter. The cold of the fridge slows down the metabolic processes in the fruit. When bananas ripen they produce Ethelyne, this hastens the ripening process - so fruit stored in a closed, un-refridgerated environment ripens (and rots) faster
The Enzymes in bananas react with oxyden causin them to rot. The Enzymes in bananas react with oxyden causin them to rot.
no a banana rots faster than a bread
yes they do need refrigeration because they can wilt and rot faster without refrigeration so yes
In light, because in a refrigerator bacteria is less likely to survive as long as outside of a refrigerator
Pine is a soft wood so will rot faster than mature oak.
Bacteria breaking down the items is what causes things to rot. When fruits such as apples, bananas and tomatoes ripen, they give off a gas called ethylene. Ethylene gas accelerates the ripening process, which will lead to over ripening.
Well no since red is a yuckier colour than green so that is why gala apples rot faster!
it does not. it rots faster in the dark
All fruits, bananas included, give off CO2 which helps in the decomposing factor. Since your refrigerator is closed and only has so much space the CO2 builds up and causes them to rot. . Bananas do not "rot" faster in a refrigerator. In fact, they will last longer there. The skin turns brown or black faster in a refrigerator, but the banana meat itself does not ripen that much more. In fact, it is recommended… Read More
It will rot Faster inside because the CO2 level will build up faster than the one out side so are you happy now i answered your question thank you for reading this.
yes the green apple rots faster as i learned in a science fair project but it rot faster in salt water not in the open.
The Banana will rot much faster than the Apple.
Aparently, Bananas rot in 2 weeks 33 Days And 1 Month.
Fast food has something in it that doesnt make it rot
Actually, a banana does not "rot" or ripen faster in the cold, such as in refrigerator. The skin turns brown or black faster in the refrigerator, but the banana meat itself does not ripen that much more. In fact, it is recommended that ripened bananas be frozen to preserve them even longer. The cold temperature of a refrigerator encourages an enzyme (polyphenyl oxidase), which is naturally found in the banana, to polymerise phenols in the… Read More
Yes Because the sugar in the banana reacts faster than the acid in an apple.