Willy Schweiger

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Glucosides of several Fusarium mycotoxins occur in naturally infected cereals and may contribute to an increased content to the total mycotoxin load of food and feed. The paper presents the results of a fermentation procedure to produce zearalenone-4O-beta-D-glucopyranoside from zearalenone using an engineered Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain, expressing the(More)
In this paper an approach will be made to a general view on tolerances in mechanical engineering, especially on tolerancing and optimising tolerance specifications by five major strategies. To improve the quality of a product the tolerancing problem may not be seen isolated, also adjoining subjects have to be considered, as the stiffness and elastic(More)
Recently we have reconsidered the quantization of relativistic field theories on a Lorentz-invariant surface of the form xμx μ = τ [1]. With this choice of the quantization surface all components of the 4-momentum operator become interaction dependent, whereas the generators of Lorentz transformations stay free of interactions – a feature characteristic for(More)
We study baryon pair production in two-photon collisions, γγ → BB̄, within perturbative quantum chromodynamics, treating baryons as quark-diquark systems. We extend previous work within the same approach by treating constituent-mass effects systematically by means of an expansion in the small parameter (mass/photon energy). Our approach enables us to give a(More)
We calculate the differential cross section and single-polarization observables for the reaction γ p → Φ p within perturbative QCD, treating the proton as a quark-diquark system. The phenomenological couplings of gauge bosons to (spatially extended) diquarks and the quark-diquark distribution amplitude of the proton are adopted from previous investigations(More)
The analysing power of the reaction np → ppπ− for neutron energies between threshold and 570 MeV has been determined using a transversely polarised neutron beam at PSI. The reaction has been studied in a kinematically complete measurement using a time-of-flight spectrometer with large acceptance. Analysing powers have been determined as a function of the(More)
The, so called, “hard-scattering approach” represents a suitable framework for the perturbative treatment of exclusive hadronic processes at large energies and (transverse) momentum transfers. In this context, diquarks can serve as a useful phenomenological concept to model nonperturbative effects which are still observable in the kinematic range accessible(More)