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K Neog et al. 
Abstract:Muga silkworm, Antheraea assamensis Helfer, generally reared outdoor on standing host trees for which it is always under pressure of vagaries of weather conditions causing substantial loss. Attempts were made to rear the silkworm under indoor conditions during different seasons. In first attempt, the worms were reared from brushing till spinning and in second, worms were first reared ...
SUBJECT: cocoon weight; err; shell weight; antheraea assamensis; indoor rearing
POSTED TO: Comparative Study on the Rearing Performance of Muga Silkworm
Charalampos Proestos et al. 
Abstract:The aim of the study was to eliminate the potentially harmful sulfite salts normally added to wine – based products for preservation purposes with the introduction into the wine natural products, with pronounced antioxidant activity. Frieze – dried samples taken from the plants Hippophaes and Goji Berry were added to dry white and red wines after their fermentation phase. In all sampl ...
SUBJECT: antioxidants; polyphenols; white/red organic wine preservation
POSTED TO: Botanical Extracts Used as Wine Preservatives
Subbiah Seenivasan et al. 
Abstract:Fenpyroximate is an effective acaricide on several food crops. In the present study, dissipation of residue of this acaricide in black tea, tea infusion and spent tea was studied. Analysis was carried out using high performance liquid chromatography with diode array detection. The rate of dissipation was found to vary with the nature of the substrate. In tea leaves the half-life of fe ...
SUBJECT: tea; acaricide; dissipation; fenpyroximate
POSTED TO: Dissipation Behavior of Fenpyroximate Residues in Black Tea and Brew
Farouk El-Sabban 
Abstract:The Arabian Gulf countries are also known as the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. They consist of six countries that are located in the Arabian Peninsula or connected to it. The GCC was formed in 1981 and includes: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates (Figure 1). Combined, all these countries have a population of nearly 50 million – the largest ...
POSTED TO: Status of Food and Nutrition in the Arabian Gulf Countries
The Roles of Brackish Water Aquaculture in Fish Supply and Food Security in Some Coastal Communities of Rivers State, Nigeria
Ojo Andrew Akinrotimi et al. 
Abstract:<strong>Background and Aim:</strong> Fish plays a crucial role in human nutrition and food supply across the globe, particularly among the poor segment of the society. Food fish currently represents the major source of animal protein needed for growth and development, especially among the children and women who are more vulnerable to malnutrition in developing countries. The importanc ...
SUBJECT: food security; fish; coastal environment; rivers state; aquaculture
POSTED TO: The Roles of Brackish Water Aquaculture in Fish Supply and Food Security in Some Coastal Communities of Rivers State, Nigeria
Subbiah Seenivasan et al. 
Abstract:Propargite is an acaricide extensively used in India for controlling the populations of the red spider mite (RSM) infesting tea. Field experiments were conducted at two places in Tamil Nadu (India) during the dry season to determine the residues of propargite in black tea. Residues were quantified at different harvest intervals of ‘0’ (3 hr), 1st, 3rd, 5th, 7th, 10th and 14th day afte ...
SUBJECT: persistence; propargite; residues; tea; mrl
POSTED TO: Residues of Propargite in Tea
Evaluation of Physico-Chemical Properties of Honey Produced in Bale Natural Forest, Southeastern Ethiopia
Bekele Tesfaye et al. 
Abstract:The study was conducted to evaluate the physico-chemical properties of honey from Bale natural forest Southeastern of Ethiopia in 2014/15. For analysis thirty (30) honey samples each of 0.5 to 1 kg were obtained from three locations considering the different agro-ecologies of Bale and compared against to the national and international standards. The physico-chemical characters evaluat ...
SUBJECT: honey; physico-chemical; quality; bale; standard
POSTED TO: Evaluation of Physico-Chemical Properties of Honey Produced in Bale Natural Forest, Southeastern Ethiopia
Assessment of the Nutritionally Essential Minerals and Physiochemical Properties of Infant Milk Food Commercially Available in Kuwait
Alfred Kojo Anderson et al. 
Abstract:This study investigated the essential nutritional minerals and physiochemical properties of infant milk formulas available in commercial markets in Kuwait. The aim was to assess the extent to which Kuwaiti infants are receiving daily nutritional requirements to meet the Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDA) and Adequate Intakes (AI). Twenty-one infant formulas in four age groups – 0-6 ...
SUBJECT: infant milk; physiochemical properties; trace minerals; recommended dietary allowances; adequate intake
POSTED TO: Assessment of the Nutritionally Essential Minerals and Physiochemical Properties of Infant Milk Food Commercially Available in Kuwait
Effect of Substitution of β-Glucans on the Glycemic Response and Thermal Properties of Four Common Starches
Alfred Anderson et al. 
Abstract:Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is a major public health concern worldwide which can lead to a series of disabling complications and diseases. β-glucans are non-starch polysaccharides that are being used as food additives for their numerous health benefits including the ability to lower the postprandial glucose response. The aim of this study was to determine the effect of substituting β-gluca ...
SUBJECT: glycemic index; β-glucan; resistant starch
POSTED TO: Effect of Substitution of β-Glucans on the Glycemic Response and Thermal Properties of Four Common Starches
Outline of Biological Effects, Fecundity, Eclosion and Lifespan on Adult Tropical Warehouse Moth, Cadra cautella (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) by using Sex Ratio
Juma Khan et al. 
Abstract:Tropical warehouse moth Cadra cautella Walker, 1863 (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) is a major pest of stored food products worldwide. It is originated from the tropics and subtropics but it disperses through imported food cargoes. The biological performance, fecundity, eclosion (emergence of larvae from egg or adult from pupae) and lifespan of adult Tropical warehouse moth at different sex ...
SUBJECT: sex ratio; eclosion; pyralidae; lepidoptera; biology
POSTED TO: Outline of Biological Effects, Fecundity, Eclosion and Lifespan on Adult Tropical Warehouse Moth, Cadra cautella (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) by using Sex Ratio