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One hundred and sixty one food handlers in two hospital settings were evaluated for their knowledge and practice of certain aspects of food hygiene. They were also screened for nasal carriage of Staphylococcus aureus as well as for enteric pathogens and parasites. Positive responses to selected food hygiene behaviours such as handwashing before handling(More)
As the first organ in plants to sense water-deficit in the soil, roots have important roles for improving crop adaption to water limited environments. Stem water soluble carbohydrates (WSC) are a major carbon source for grain filling under drought conditions. The contributions of root WSC during grain filling under drought has not been revealed. Wheat(More)
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