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Etlingera: the inclusive name for Achasma, Geanthus and Nicolaia (Zingiberaceae)
Mass Chromatographic Analysis of Arson Accelerants
- Rm Smith
- 1 April 1983
The range and pattern of aliphatic compounds, ratio of aliphatics to alicyclics (olefinics), relative concentrations of alkylbenzenes and alkylnaphthalenes, and presence or absence of unusual hydrocarbon families were found to distinguish between an assortment of standard accelerants and their evaporated residues.
Bird attack on milk bottles: possible mode of transmission of Campylobacter jejuni to man
Hydrogenation of C18 Unsaturated Fatty Acids by Pure Cultures of a Rumen Micrococcus
Approximately 70% of the fatty acids present in plant lipids are unsaturated; the major component is cis-9,cis-12,cis-15-octadecatrienoic acid (Garton 1963). After ingestion by ruminants, these acids…
Surface structure changes of rat adipocytes during lypolysis stimulated by various lypolysis stimulated by various lypolytic agents
The data suggest that the protrusions are a structural feature of the cell and may be related to the lypolytic pathway, and may help explain some of the discrepant biochemical data relating to hormonal stimulation of lipolysis.
Lifestyle change and nutritional status in Kimberley aborigines
It is examined the possibility that liver may have served as a source of dietary vitamin C for Aborigines traditionally and thereby prevented scurvy during those times of the year when very Utile vegetable food was available and the data presented below show that in liver it is not destroyed by cooking.
Nuclear Distribution in Vegetative Cells of Ophiobolus Graminis and other Cereal Root Pathogens
Comparisons of nuclear distribution in O. graminis and several other cereal root pathogens including a sterile fungus which formed Ophiobolus-like runner hyphae are described.
Sheep skin glycogen content responds to level of nutrition
Wool production was reduced by 40% in the low nutrition group by week 12 and responded rapidly to the increase in nutrition and there was a significant linear relationship between skin glycogen content and wool production.