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A simple procedure for preparing substrate for Pleurotus ostreatus cultivation.
It is concluded that it is possible to produce P. ostreatus on a lignocellulosic, non-composted,non-pasteurized substrate with an initial pH of 8.7, and that composting for two to three days improves the biological efficiency. Expand
The investigation of probiotic potential of lactic acid bacteria isolated from traditional Mongolian dairy products.
In vitro, 10 strains possess probiotic properties, and almost identified them as L. plantarum or L. paracasei subspecies, based on 16S ribosomal DNA and carbohydrate fermentation pattern. Expand
Effect of MS 222 on respiration and efficacy of forced branchial irrigation with the anesthetic solution in carp.
Respiratory parameters were measured with carp in various anesthetic stages, induced with ethyl m-aminobenzoate methanesulfonate (MS 222). Respiration of carp during forced bran-chial irrigation withExpand
Separation of naturally occurring triterpenoidal saponins by capillary zone electrophoresis.
With the combined techniques of group separation, purification and CZE, a rapid and efficient method for the determination of naturally occurring diasteriomeric saponins is now available. Expand
Simultaneous determination of urinary creatinine and UV-absorbing amino acids using a novel low-capacity cation-exchange chromatography for the screening of inborn errors of metabolism.
The method could provide the creatinine ratios for the analytes, and was applicable to the screening and/or chemical diagnosis of several inherited disorders of amino-acid metabolism such as phenylketonuria (PKU). Expand
[Inhibitory effects of natural medicines on the enzymes related to the skin].
The inhibitory effects of water extracts from sixty-six natural medicines on the enzymes related to the skin, which were tyrosinase, hyaluronidase and collagenase, and results are to be expected for finding novel compounds for skin disease or skin-care cosmetics. Expand
Effect of Sesame Meal Supplemented in Sudangrass Silage on Fermentation Quality and Feed Intake in Goats
Abstract Hirano, Y., Ito, Y., Inagaki, N., Yamasaki, K., Yokota, H. and Kita, K. 2005. Effect of sesame meal supplemented in Sudangrass silage on fermentation quality and feed intake in goats. J.Expand
International Search Report issued Jan. 31, 2006 in the International (PCT) Application PCT/JP2005/020316 of which the present appli cation is the U.S. National Stage. Marianne Ashford et al.,Expand