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Geographical Distribution of Puccinia Triticina Physiologic Races in Egypt during 2012-2014 Growing Seasons

WM, El-Orabey , Wheat Diseases Research Department, Plant Pathology Research Institute, Agricultural Research Center, Giza et al. [2015]

Wheat leaf rust caused by Puccinia triticina Eriks. is a common disease in Egypt and worldwide. Survey of wheat leaf rust samples and identification of physiological races using twenty single Lr genes are very important in describing virulence pattern variation, geographical distribution of leaf rust pathotypes and how its change in response to host selection. Variability in population of th ...

SUBJECT: geographical distribution; cluster analysis; wheats; puccinia triticina; puccinia triticina

POSTED TO: Plant Pathology & Microbiology [2157-7471]

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Seedling and Adult Plant Resistance to Leaf Rust in Some Egyptian Wheat Genotypes

WM, El-Orabey , Wheat Diseases Research Department, Plant Pathology Research Institute, Agricultural Research Center, Giza et al. [2015]

Leaf rust of wheat caused by Puccinia triticina Eriks. is one of the most widespread disease under Egyptian conditions. In the course of this study, thirteen Egyptian wheat genotypes were evaluated to leaf rust resistance at seedling stage under greenhouse condition and adult plant stage under field conditions. Over three growing seasons i.e. 2011/12, 2012/13 and 2013/14 and three locations ...

SUBJECT: adult plant resistance; seedling resistance; gene postulation; frs; audpc

POSTED TO: Plant Pathology & Microbiology [2157-7471]

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Studies on the Mangrove Macro Faunal Diversity and Assessment among Different Sites in Port Blair Bay, South Andaman Islands

M, Vishwas Rao , Centre of Advanced Study in Marine Biology, Faculty of Marine Sciences, Annamalai University, Parangipettai 608 502, Tamil Nadu et al. [2015]

The mangrove intertidal zone is characterised by plenty floral and faunal diversity. The mangroves provide important habitat for a wide range of species like diverse communities of benthic organisms and function as nursery habitats for different types of crab, prawn and fish species and support offshore fish populations and fisheries. To assess the occurrence, spatial distribution and species ...

SUBJECT: chlorophyll-a; rhizophora mucornata; mangroves

POSTED TO: Fisheries and Aquaculture Journal [2150-3508]

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Macronutrient Status of Street Foods

Koodagi, Kamalabai , Krishi Vigyan Kendra et al. [2013]

Street foods are quite common in urban areas. Several varieties of street foods are available to the public and quality of such ready-to-eat foods is primarily important from public health point of view. The selected (popular) street foods from various categories were subjected to quality analysis during the time of investigation, in Dharwad city in terms of nutrients. All the selected stree ...

SUBJECT: vendors; nutrients; street foods

POSTED TO: Nutrition & Food Sciences [2155-9600]

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Effect of Ginger Extract on Stability and Sensorial Quality of Smoked Mackerel (Scomber scombrus) Fish

Chibuzo Iheagwara, Marcquin , Department of Food Science and Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri [2013]

The effect of ginger extract on the stability and sensorial quality of smoked mackerel fish stored at 28 ± 2°C was determined over 20 days. Chemical, microbiological and sensory analyses were performed to investigate quality changes, and to determine the shelf stability of the products. The proximate, thiobarbituric acid (TBA) value, peroxide value (PV), mould count, and trimethylamine (TMA) ...

SUBJECT: storage; stability; peroxide; quality; lipid oxidation

POSTED TO: Nutrition & Food Sciences [2155-9600]

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Hypo-Homocysteinemia Effect for Some Ethanolic Plant Extracts

E, Shaker , Agriculture and Chemistry Department, Minia University et al. [2013]

Recently, elevated plasma homocysteine (Hcy) levels have been impilicated as a risk factor for atherosclerosis, resulting in coronary artery disease, cerebrovascular disease, and peripheral vascular disease. Elevation of plasma homocysteine has been gradually induced subcutenous s.c. for male albino rats, beginning from the 5th day, and up to three weeks. Oxidative stress is known as one of ...

SUBJECT: cholesterol (chl); avocado; homocysteine (hcy)

POSTED TO: Nutrition & Food Sciences [2155-9600]

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Feasibility of Intermittent Fish Oil Infusions in Outpatients with Graft-Versus-Host Disease of the Digestive Tract

van der Meij, Barbara , Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, VU University Medical Center, De Boelelaan 1117, 1007 MB, Amsterdam et al. [2013]

N-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids from fish oil may have immune-modulating effects in Graft-versus-Host Disease of the digestive tract (GVHD-DT). The objective of this pilot study was to investigate feasibility, safety and effects on fatty acid composition of plasma lipids and white blood cells (WBC), following intermittent fish oil infusion in outpatients with chronic GVHD-DT. Four outpatient ...

SUBJECT: omegaven®; fish oil emulsion

POSTED TO: Nutrition & Food Sciences [2155-9600]

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Determinant Behavioural Factors for Cassava Consumption among Adults in Southern Zambia

Jonathan Mofu, Musonda , The National Food and Nutrition Commission of Zambia [2013]

Objective: To evaluate behavioral factors those significantly determine intentions to consume cassava among adults in southern Zambia. Design: A cross-sectional study with a multistage design based on the theory of planned behavior and health belief models. Data was collected using a structured questionnaire targeting heads of households between February and April, 2008. Setting: The study ...

SUBJECT: intention; zambia; adults; theory of planned behavior; consumption and utilization

POSTED TO: Nutrition & Food Sciences [2155-9600]

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Background: The Glycemic Index (GI) of traditional bread has not been measured previously. Objective: To determine the GIs of 3 traditional breads and 3 commercial breads widely consumed in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Design: The study was conducted at the Rashid Center for Diabetes and Research in the UAE. Subjects (n=14) were served 50 g glucose (reference) on 3 occasions, followed b ...

SUBJECT: uae traditional diet; carbohydrate; glycemic index

POSTED TO: Nutrition & Food Sciences [2155-9600]

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Ethanol ingestion is known to influence intestinal glycosylation, epithelial cell morphology, luminal micro ecology and produces mal-absorption in mammals. In the present study, the effect of 6% ethanol on glycosylation and various enzyme systems was investigated in isolated epithelial cells in vitro. The activities of various brush border enzymes were reduced 10-30% in epithelial cells by e ...

SUBJECT: enterocyte glycosylation; brush border enzymes; lectin binding; fucosylation; ethanol toxicity

POSTED TO: Nutrition & Food Sciences [2155-9600]