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Sea level rise and South Florida coastal forests
Coastal ecosystems lie at the forefront of sea level rise. We posit that before the onset of actual inundation, sea level rise will influence the species composition of coastal hardwood hammocks andExpand
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Single Molecule Raman Spectroscopy at the Junctions of Large Ag Nanocrystals
Molecular surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) in compact clusters of 30−70 nm Ag nanocrystals has shown single molecule Raman scattering cross sections that are orders of magnitude larger thanExpand
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Structural and emulsifying properties of soy protein isolate subjected to acid and alkaline pH-shifting processes.
Structural unfolding of soy protein isolate (SPI) as induced by holding (0, 0.5, 1, 2, and 4 h) in acidic (pH 1.5-3.5) and alkaline (pH 10.0-12.0) pH solutions, followed by refolding (1 h) at pH 7.0,Expand
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Methodological uncertainty in estimating carbon turnover times of soil fractions
Author(s): Feng, W; Shi, Z; Jiang, J; Xia, J; Liang, J; Zhou, J; Luo, Y | Abstract: © 2016 Elsevier Ltd. Improving predictions of soil organic carbon (SOC) dynamics by multi-compartment modelsExpand
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pH Shifting alters solubility characteristics and thermal stability of soy protein isolate and its globulin fractions in different pH, salt concentration, and temperature conditions.
Soy protein isolate (SPI), beta-conglycinin (7S), and glycinin (11S) were subjected to pH-shifting treatments, that is, unfolding at pH 1.5 or 12.0 followed by refolding at pH 7.0, to induce moltenExpand
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Natural antioxidants as food and feed additives to promote health benefits and quality of meat products: A review.
Fresh and processed meats offer numerous nutritional and health benefits and provide unique eating satisfaction in the lifestyle of the modern society. However, consumption of red meat includingExpand
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Bioactive SrTiO(3) nanotube arrays: strontium delivery platform on Ti-based osteoporotic bone implants.
Development of strontium releasing implants capable of stimulating bone formation and inhibiting bone resorption is a desirable solution for curing osteoporosis. In this work, well-ordered SrTiO(3)Expand
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The potent antimicrobial properties of cell penetrating peptide-conjugated silver nanoparticles with excellent selectivity for gram-positive bacteria over erythrocytes.
Silver nanoparticles are of great interest for use as antimicrobial agents. Studies aimed at producing potent nano-silver biocides have focused on manipulation of particle size, shape, compositionExpand
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Extreme pH treatments enhance the structure-reinforcement role of soy protein isolate and its emulsions in pork myofibrillar protein gels in the presence of microbial transglutaminase.
Alkali (pH(12)) and acid (pH(1.5)) pH-treated soy protein isolates (SPI) were incorporated (0.25-0.75% protein) into sols of myofibrillar protein (MP, 3%, in 0.6 M NaCl at pH 6.25) with or withoutExpand
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Interfacial structural role of pH-shifting processed pea protein in the oxidative stability of oil/water emulsions.
Understanding the behavior of protein surfactants at the oil-water interface is essential to the design of physicochemically stable emulsions. The objective of the study was to investigate the stericExpand
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