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Symposium on breeding and machine harvesting of Rubus and Ribes

, : Symposium on breeding and machine harvesting of Rubus and Ribes. Acta Horticulturae (60): 219

The following are among the 27 papers presented at the symposium held at East Malling and Dundee, UK, on 14-22 July, 1976.

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Mercuri, A. J.; Cox, N. A.; Carson, M. O.; Tanner, D. A., 1978: Relation of enterobacteriaceae counts to salmonella contamination of market broilers. The Enterobacteriaceae counts and the Salmonella status (positive or negative) of 20 individual birds in each of 12 groups of broiler carcasses were determined. The overall logarithmic mean Enterobacteriaceae count for the 240 carcasses was 2.7 wi...

Dorsa, Warren J.; Cutter, Catherine N.; Siragusa, Gregory R., 1998: Long-term bacterial profile of refrigerated ground beef made from carcass tissue, experimentally contaminated with pathogens and spoilage bacteria after hot water, alkaline, or organic acid washes. The effects of 2% (vol/vol) lactic acid (LA), 2% (vol/vol) acetic acid (AA), 12% (wt/vol) trisodium phosphate (TSP), 72degreeC water (HW), and 32degreeC water (W) washes on bacterial populations which were introduced onto beef carcass surfaces aft...

Paquette, Alain; Bouchard, Andre; Cogliastro, Alain, 2007: Morphological plasticity in seedlings of three deciduous species under shelterwood under-planting management does not correspond to shade tolerance ranks. The morphological plasticity of tree seedlings is considered to be an important factor in shade tolerance and plant succession dynamics. However, recent studies comparing temperate deciduous species have not found the expected relationship betwee...

Hauguel S.; Leturque A.; Gilbert M.; Girard J., 1988: Effects of pregnancy and fasting on muscle glucose utilization in the rabbit. The effects of fasting on maternal glucose metabolism were investigated in nonpregnant and 29-day pregnant conscious rabbits. Pregnancy decreased the glucose metabolic index by 60% in maternal red postural muscles. Fasting induced similar modifica...

Arbuckle, W. S., 1979: Ice cream and the holidays. Various aspects of ice cream relating to its distribution and selling are discussed, covering sales outlets in the USA (50% supermarkets and food stores; 27% company-owned stores; 15% restuarants and institutions; and 3.0% drug stores, with retail...

Jensen, J.; Leighton, B., 2000: The diabetic athlete. This chapter highlights issues that need consideration in the diabetic athlete. The regulation of carbohydrate and fat metabolism during and after exercise is discussed. The requirement of insulin is influenced by exercise and the dose of insulin...

Neuhaus, U., 1940: Turkey breeding in hot countries. TURKEYS should be bred in mountain districts with a mild, dry climate, damp and marshy districts with cold winds and mists being unsuitable. They require little care and maintenance and breeding should be mainly for meat production. There are larg...

Marieke Heemskerk, 2005: Collecting data in artisanal and small-scale mining communities; measuring progress towards more sustainable livelihoods. Natural Resources Forum (John Wiley and Sons) 29(1): 82-87

Hemalatha, M.; Selvaraj, T., 2003: Association of AM fungi with Indian borage (Plectranthus amboinicus (Lour.) Spreng) and its influence on growth and biomass production. The symbiotic response of Indian borage (P. amboinicus) to 8 vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizas (VAM; Acaulospora morrowae, Glomus aggregatum, Gigaspora margarita, Glomus ambisporum, Glomus deserticola, Glomus geosporum, Sclerocystis sinuosa and Scu...

Michalak, Adrianna; Rose, Christopher; Butterworth, Joanne; Butterworth, Roger, F., 1996: Neuroactive amino acids and glutamate (NMDA) receptors in frontal cortex of rats with experimental acute liver failure. It has been proposed that alterations of excitatory and inhibitory amino acids play a role in the pathogenesis of hepatic encephalopathy in acute liver failure. To evaluate this possibility, in vivo cerebral microdialysis was used to sample extrac...