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Asian J Agri Biol
Xanthan gum is an extracellular hetero polysaccharide produced by Xanthomonas campestris Pammel, 1895, a bacteria species that causes a variety of plant diseases. Due to its unique rheological behavior, xanthan gum is one of the major microbial polysaccharides employed in many industrial processes. The increase in Carica papaya L. fruit production requires new strategies to extend their storage life. Edible coatings when applied on the surface of fruits act as physical barriers whichfatcat:3zy245pzbjckfdztowhzdbbe2i