(a) The Shi'ur Ma'asros of a ring of figs (Igul Deveilah) is - from the time that one smears its surface with juice.
(b) The Tana Kama permits using even the juice that emerges from figs and grapes of Tevel for this purpose (see also Tiferes Yisrael) - because he does not consider it Chashuv (since it is immediately used up).
(c) Rebbi Yehudah holds - that it is forbidden.
(a) According to the Tana Kama, a ring of figs that has been rubbed with the juice of grapes (see Tiferes Yisrael) is not Muchshar Lekabel Tum'ah - because he holds that liquid that one designates for shining fruit is not considered a beverage (see also Tiferes Yisrael).
(b) Rebbi Yehudah holds - that it is.
(c) The Halachah is - not like Rebbi Yehudah throughout the Mishnah.
(a) After the figs have been dried - one either threshes them inside a barrel with sticks ('Dishah') or fashions them with one's hands into a ring ('Igul').
(b) The Mishnah rules - that either of these two procedures renders the dried figs subject to Ma'asros.
(c) If the barrel breaks in the middle, the Tana Kama forbids eating them even casually - Rebbi Yossi permits it ...
(d) ... because, since all the figs need each other, and some of them have not yet been threshed - the Melachah has not yet been finished; whereas the Tana Kama maintains that the figs that have been done do not need those that have not, in which case the Melachah, as far as they are concerned, is completed, and they are forbidden.
(e) The Halachah is like the Tana Kama.