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Postharvest physiology and biochemistry of any one (1) of the following: soursop

i asked my teacher information on how to write this because their was no instruction this is what she said ” there should be an Introduction
Body
Conclusion
Maybe some limitation, recommendation
Reference
Talk about soursop give scientific name, where region it’s from, mention how much losses this soursop goes through, Draw a diagram of the post harvest handling of soursop highlight points of post harvest losses, give suggestion how to reduce losses, talk about the climate, physiology. Temperature, storages , what packing material best suiting, at the stage of maturity mention some post harvest disease predominate for soursop, type of injuries soursop is greatest at risk for eg short shelf life etc. why harvest at specific harvesting stages. Maturity indices etc”
i guess you as the write have to be creative, informative
Postharvest physiology and biochemistry of any one (1) of the following: SOURSOP

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Agriculture

 determine what was learned and where they can acquire the information and tools

a writer did this paper for me early this year and my teacher brought back the same assignment we had got 16/20. now this time it will be mark out of 35. which is higher. i will like to use back the same assignment but at more infomation making it a bit advance. you can give the supermarket a name but i will rename it. you can add photos or put (add photo) and ill insert the photo where you would like me to. or you can place a google photo and i will go in the market and try to find a photo like that.
please be clear with the ONE FRUIT OR VEGETABLE IN THE ASSIGNMENT
Problem based assignment (35%)-
Conduct a study at selected market outlets to measure postharvest losses and develop a
handling system to reduce losses of ONE (1) fruit or vegetable.
Guidelines
 Examine and define the problem.
 Explore what is already known about the underlying issues
 Determine what was learned and where they can acquire the information and tools
necessary to solve the problem.
 Evaluate possible ways to solve the problem.
 Solve the problem.
 Report on the findings.
Instructions
Times New Roman- Font 12
2000 words
Turnitin Similarity score ≤ 12%
References follow the Chicago Manual Style (16th edition)
{ this is just was what randomly said by the teacher} * have an introduction identifying the problem, give objectives proceed to explain the objectives, then you proceed to explain what this is, what this happened, and what you observe, etc. Then there should be a body where you go into details about what you saw. And then you also supplement this observation with literature research. So you say, Okay, ( this is just a random example John 2019 said that you should not place okra in sunlight you should not mix it with other commodities .)