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Produce processors must clean and sanitize surfaces before production to reduce the risk of foodborne illness. Current surface hygiene verification methods require direct surface sub-sampling at selected locations and a wait time. To augment these methods, a portable hyperspectral imaging device was developed to find potential contaminants in real-time and(More)
Before the Inca reigned, two empires held sway over the central Andes from anno Domini 600 to 1000: the Wari empire to the north ruled much of Peru, and Tiwanaku to the south reigned in Bolivia. Face-to-face contact came when both colonized the Moquegua Valley sierra in southern Peru. The state-sponsored Wari incursion, described here, entailed large-scale(More)
Despite the efforts of security communities, the gap between the available protection against cyber-attacks and the number of successful attacks remains significant. The need for new countermeasures is clear and urgent as cyber-attacks are more than ever capable of causing loss of human life; destroying the environment, and causing a high level of(More)
This article describes and interprets the results of interviews with 21 pioneering organization development (OD) thought leaders regarding the past, present, and future of the field. Interpretations of the data reveal a pattern of responses that reflects the evolution of the field; adds to our understanding of the definition, values, skills, and trends in(More)
Conventionally used as animal feeds, microalgae are now cultivated for products such as omega-3 fatty acids, resulting in a high amount of biomass as by-product. The biomass obtained after the extraction of DHA from Crypthecodinium cohnii is called 'algal biomeal'. Being nutritionally rich, the biomeal has potential to be used as a value-added ingredient in(More)
  • Brittany Hundman, BRITTANY HUNDMAN, +4 authors Patrick Ryan
  • 2016
Dietary practice during the transition from Early Intermediate Period (200 BC-AD 600) to the Middle Horizon (AD 600-1000) is crucial to understanding Pre-Hispanic life on the southern coast of Peru. The Cerro Del Oro material was excavated in 1925 by Alfred Kroeber and since been biochemically unstudied for almost ninety years; left dormant at The Field(More)
Soy protein isolate (SPI) has been used as an alternative protein source in texturized meat analogs due to its high protein content and health benefits. Twin-screw high-moisture extrusion was capable of texturing and shaping SPI into fibrous slabs similar to that of cooked skinless chicken breast yet harder and more rubbery due to significant post-extrusion(More)
The solanesol content in tobacco biomass, a waste derived from tobacco leaves obtained from the low alkaloid cultivar 'MD 609LA' that had been processed for protein recovery, was evaluated at different points during processing. Solanesol, a precursor to coenzyme Q10 and Vitamin K2, is a high value compound found in significant amounts in tobacco leaves and(More)