Regina Moore

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OBJECTIVE Mean daily intakes of dietary fibre (DF, Southgate) and non-starch polysaccharide (NSP, Englyst) are estimated in a representative sample of adults aged 18-64 years in Ireland. The contribution of food groups to DF and NSP intake is reported and fibre intakes are compared with dietary recommendations and with intakes in some European countries. (More)
Biological aerated filters (BAFs) are an attractive process option, particularly when low land usage is required. They can combine BOD, solids and ammoniacal nitrogen removal and can be utilised at both secondary and tertiary stages of wastewater treatment. Media selection is critical in the design and operation of BAFs to achieve effluent quality(More)
OBJECTIVE To understand the barriers to farmer participation in Farm-to-Table (F2T) programmes and to identify possible solutions to these obstacles. DESIGN Cross-sectional analysis of farmer perspectives on F2T programmes. SETTING Three service units on the Navajo Nation (Chinle, Tuba City and Fort Defiance). SUBJECTS Forty-four Navajo farmers. (More)
The influence of ozone on insect herbivore growth and population development was investigated. Fumigation of both pea (Pisum sativum L.) and dock (Rumex obtusifolius L.) at a range of O(3) concentrations between 21-206 nl litre(-1) produced changes in mean relative growth rates of the aphids Acyrthosiphon pisum Harris and Aphis rumicis L. of between 24 and(More)
A visual discrimination task involved presenting a triangle briefly as a sample. When it was withdrawn, this triangle and two others differing slightly in degree of rotation were presented in different positions, with S required to locate the sample that had been presented. Discrimination proved difficult for preschool children. When only the correct(More)
American Indian populations have low produce intake compared to other ethnic groups and higher rates of diet-related chronic diseases. Programs linking farmers to their community (Farm-to-Table) are an innovative way to alter the food environment. We interviewed Navajo farmers (n = 20), storeowners (n = 7), and non-governmental organization representatives(More)
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