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Abstract: This paper examines the community-level impacts of changes in the structure of agriculture, and how agriculture’s role in community organization has changed over time. While agriculture’s declining share of local and national employment and family income is...
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Abstract: Micro irrigation is one of the latest innovations in irrigation which provides for precise water application in agriculture. A Decision Support System- for designing efficient Micro Irrigation Systems namely DSS-DOMIS was developed for designing Drip...
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Abstract: Encyclopedia of Bioanalytical Methods for Bioavailability and Bioequivalence Studies of Pharmaceuticals (E-BABE): It is a unique encyclopedia involving bioanalytical methods for bioavailability and bioequivalence (BA/BE) studies of pharmaceuticals for...
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Abstract: The indiscriminate use of agrochemicals for the maximization of the crop yield has adverse effects on the air, water, soil, non-target organisms, and human health. Reducing the impacts of agrochemicals on the environment and human health is instrumental for...
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Abstract: Weaning is a period of transition for the infant during which its diet changes in terms of consistency and food source. The study was carried out to investigate the effect of soybean flour supplementation on functional and physico-chemical properties of...
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Abstract: In Palestine, open dumping and/or burning the waste, including agricultural waste, are prevalent practices resulting in emitting leachate and acidifying greenhouse gases. Composting the agricultural waste can reduce emissions and provide ‘compost’ as an...
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Abstract: Crop plants must integrate signals from the environment and prioritize responses to stresses that may occur individually or simultaneously throughout the growing season. Stress responses can adversely affect plant growth and quality traits such as protein...
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Abstract: The U.S. bioeconomy emerged in the early 2000s as a result of the societal pursuit of energy independence and security, greenhouse gas emission mitigation and sustainable development. Founded on biotechnologies and stimulated by federal policies, the U.S....
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Abstract: MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are an extensive class of endogenous, small RNA molecules that sit at the heart of regulating gene expression in multiple developmental and signalling pathways. Recent studies have shown that abiotic stresses induce aberrant expression of...
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Abstract: The 3ADON chemotype of F. graminearum predominates in northern Europe, whereas the 15ADON chemotype is predominant in Central and southern Europe. In the present work, molecular chemotypes and variable number tandem repeat (VNTR) markers were used to assess...
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