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Changes produced in oils during vacuum and traditional frying of potato chips.
In this study the effect of vacuum frying (VF) and traditional frying (TF) on oil degradation, fatty acid composition and alpha-tocopherol content was investigated. Two different refined sunflowerExpand
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Management targets for continuously stocked mixed oat × annual ryegrass pasture in a no-till integrated crop–livestock system
Abstract Feeding livestock with cover crops can improve the efficiency and sustainability of integrated crop–livestock systems under no-till. However, no-till systems are based on permanent soilExpand
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Phyllochron of Paspalum notatum FL. and Coelorhachis selloana (Hack.) camus in natural pasture
Leaf appearance rate and phyllochron are related variables which play a central role in forage production. Phyllochron is the time interval between the appearance of successive leaves and variesExpand
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Three native Pseudomonas fluorescens strains tested under growth chamber and field conditions as biocontrol agents against damping-off in alfalfa
Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) is one of the most important crops used in Uruguay for livestock feeding. Seedling diseases, particularly damping-off, are a critical factor which limits its establishment.Expand
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Grazing management in an integrated crop-livestock system: soybean development and grain yield
Grazing livestock in integrated crop-livestock systems can cause impacts in the subsequent crop cycle. Aiming to investigate how grazing could affect soybean, the 9th crop cycle of a pasture/soybeanExpand
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Steers production in integrated crop-livestock systems: pasture management under different sward heights
The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of different grazing intensities on forage production and animal performance of yearling steers kept under permanent grazing in an integratedExpand
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Sward height determines pasture production and animal performance in a long-term soybean-beef cattle integrated system
Abstract To improve our knowledge on the effects of different grazing intensities on integrated crop-livestock systems (ICLS) and thus define solid management goals to maximize plant and animalExpand
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Practices to Reduce Milk Carbon Footprint on Grazing Dairy Farms in Southern Uruguay: Case Studies
Carbon footprint (CF) is an increasingly important indicator of the impact of a product on climate change. This study followed international guidelines to quantify the CF of milk produced on 24Expand
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Shifting crop-pasture rotations to no-till annual cropping reduces soil quality and wheat yield
Abstract When crop-pasture rotations are converted to continuous no-till annual cropping systems, the grain yield of wheat crops in the rotation stagnates or declines in response to the number ofExpand
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Depressed attainable wheat yields under continuous annual no-till agriculture suggest declining soil productivity
Abstract The increase in annually cropped area that has occurred in the eastern Pampas of South America (Uruguay) since 2002 was largely achieved by converting crop-pasture rotations to continuousExpand
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