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Bandwidth estimation: metrics, measurement techniques, and tools
A review of the recent bandwidth estimation literature focusing on underlying techniques and methodologies as well as open source bandwidth measurement tools is reviewed.
A linear root water uptake model
A model of root water extraction is proposed, in which a linear variation of extraction rate with depth is assumed. Five crops are chosen for simulation studies of the model, and soil moisture
Lipase-mediated conversion of vegetable oils into biodiesel using ethyl acetate as acyl acceptor.
The relative activity of lipase could be well maintained over twelve repeated cycles with ethyl acetate while it reached to zero by 6th cycle when ethanol was used as an acyl acceptor and reusability of the lipase over repeated cycles in interesterification and ethanolysis was investigated.
Microalgae of Odisha Coast as a Potential Source for Biodiesel Production
Three brackish water microalgal strains of Odisha coast were screened for the suitability for biodiesel production and Scenedesmus sp.
Studies on biosurfactants from Pseudozyma sp. NII 08165 and their potential application as laundry detergent additives
Abstract The novel isolate Pseudozyma sp. NII 08165 produced glycolipid biosurfactants, which was a combination of all the three mannosylerythritol lipids (MELs) isomers along with some unknown
Assessing Jatropha curcas L. germplasm in-situ - a case study.
A method has been developed for identification of superior lines by assessing the phenotypic traits of plants recorded in-situ and facilitates selection of promising accessions for multi-location evaluation and hastens the process of utilization of germplasm.
Understanding runoff processes using a watershed model - a case study in the Western Ghats in South India.
The wet tropical Western Ghat Mountain ranges in South India present an interesting combination of meteorological and physical characteristics. The results of a watershed model analysis carried out
Effects of various process parameters on the production of gamma-linolenic acid in submerged fermentation
Among the organic nitrogen sources investigated, yeast extract, and combination of corn steep liquor and baker’s yeast in 1:1 ratio were useful for enhancing the GLA production and the effects were comparable.
Effects of boiling and roasting on proximate composition, lipid oxidation, fatty acid profile and mineral content of two sesame varieties commercialized and consumed in Far-North Region of Cameroon.
Boiling appeared to be the best processing method for cooking the two sesame varieties concerning oxidative stability and fatty acid profile and mineral content.
Evaluation of the antioxidant activity of capsiate analogues in polar, nonpolar, and micellar media.
In the Tween 20 micellar system for the inhibition of autoxidation of linoleic acid, vanillyl ester attached to a C18 alkyl chain (vanillyl stearate, oleate, and ricinoleate) exhibited maximum inhibition of tyrosine phosphorylation of linolesic acid.