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Advances in Recycling & Waste Management

ISSN: 2475-7675

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Decomposition Articles

Decomposition begins at the instant of death, caused by two factors like autolysis, the breaking down of tissues by the body's own internal chemicals and enzymes, and putrefaction, the breakdown of tissues by bacteria. These processes release compounds like cadaverine and putrescine, that are the chief source of the unmistakably putrid odor of decaying tissue. Prime decomposers are bacteria or fungi, though larger scavengers also play a crucial role in decomposition if the body is accessible to insects, mites and other animals. Decomposition Articles examine the factors driving concerted research endeavors in each of those areas and describe the foremost advancements that are reported within the last three years and also arises issues that colloid the commercialization & clinical use of bioreactors.

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