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As a publisher providing scientific and professional communities with valuable information, AIMS Press has been publishing all the journals issued by the American Institute of Mathematical Sciences since 1995. All of these journals are of institutionally high quality and international reputation, with most indexed in SCI-E and five of the flagship journals in SCI. Some of the journals are via collaborations with prestigious universities, such as Arizona State University, Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Zhejiang University. These journals c [...]

This study examines viticultural practices near Jumilla (Murcia, SE Spain). It focuses on a site with extensive rock fragment (RF) covers on vineyard soils, their probable origins and the effects surface RF have on vines and soil properties, and also discusses the expected impacts of climate change during the 21st century. Data about vitivinicultural activities, substrates, and vineyard chara ...

SUBJECT: dry farming; limestone soils; viticulture; rock fragment covers; vineyards

POSTED TO: AIMS Agriculture and Food [2471-2086]

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Sustainable agriculture is an important component of many of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals agreed upon by the UN in 2015 (https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/sdgs). However, the trend in agriculture is moving in the opposite, non-sustainable direction. Agriculture is one of the major drivers of biodiversity loss. Next to biodiversity loss due to habitat destruction by conversion of n ...

SUBJECT: agriculture; biodiversity; sustainability; ecosystem services; conceptual framework

POSTED TO: AIMS Agriculture and Food [2471-2086]

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Some compounds found in coffee, such as cafestol and kahweol, have been linked to human health, whereas others, such as lipids and proteins, are associated with beverage quality. Several factors affect the concentration of these compounds in coffee. This study aimed to evaluate the profile of cafestol, kahweol, lipids and proteins in coffee cultivars of different genetic background grown in t ...

SUBJECT: iprs; cafestol; quality; kahweol

POSTED TO: AIMS Agriculture and Food [2471-2086]

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Generating an extensive knowledge base on land degradation risk in different locations of the world is essential for developing effective mitigation and adaptation strategies. A changing climate will affect the land, soil and water resources in many ways. In this context, this study aimed to understand the possibility of present and future land degradation in the study area in the purview of ...

SUBJECT: land degradation; aridity; soil degradation; vulnerability index

POSTED TO: AIMS Agriculture and Food [2471-2086]

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Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) play a key role in the dissemination of information on agricultural inputs for more access to and use of agricultural input information. Farmers have been exposed to diverse ICTs channels access and use of agricultural input information in developing countries. Though efforts have been made to apply ICTs in the agricultural input information s ...

SUBJECT: agriculture; input; access; use; farmers

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Aflatoxin is a potent mycotoxin that impairs child development, suppress immune system, cause cancer and death in severe cases and rejection of commodities in high-valued domestic and international markets. An evaluation of different levels of temperature on the aflatoxin contents of maize stored in the highly promoted triple-layer hermetic storage bag was studied over three months period. Th ...

SUBJECT: temperature; relative humidity and aflatoxin; maize; moisture content; triple-layer hermetic bag

POSTED TO: AIMS Agriculture and Food [2471-2086]

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As the world population and food production demands rise, keeping agricultural soils and landscapes healthy and productive are of paramount importance to sustaining local and global food security and the flow of ecosystem services to society. The global population, expected to reach 9.7 billion people by 2050, will put additional pressure on the available land area and resources for agricultu ...

SUBJECT: no-till; ecosystem and societal services; soil tillage; crop rotation; mouldboard plough

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This manuscript reviews scientific findings on agricultural systems, associated land degradation and selected remedies such as Conservation Agricultural (CA) practices to counterbalance these. In particular, this review addresses the research findings onCA practices conducted in the rainfed and irrigated systems in Central Asia. The arid and semi-arid croplands in this region are vulnerable t ...

SUBJECT: aral sea basin; soil quality; organic matter; soil erosion; salinization

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In the present research, a meaty textured soybean was prepared by solid-state fermentation using Rhizopus oligosporus and dried Agaricus mushroom. The textural profile of the fermented soybean was optimized, modelled and validated by comparing the product with poultry meat. Under the optimum condition; thickness of solid substrate, inoculums volume and quantity of Agaricus mushroom powder wer ...

SUBJECT: soybean; texture profile analysis; meaty texture

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Free choice profiling sensory analysis to discriminate coffees

Cíntia Sorane Good Kitzberger et al. [2016-12-21]

Sensory attributes were evaluated from Arabica coffee genotypes growing in two places in Brazil, Mandaguari and Londrina. Post-harvest and roasted process was standardized. Free choice profiling sensory analysis was apply to investigate the influence of genetic variability and local cultivation (Londrina and Mandaguari, Brazil) on the sensory characteristics of coffee genotypes. A sensory pan ...

SUBJECT: free choice profiling; iprs cultivars; coffee genotypes; generalized procrustes analysis

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