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ID31993132Published Date2020-01-01JournalFood science & nutrition, 2020-01-01, Volume 8
Cancers of the lymphatic system are broadly classified into Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin types. Although lymphomas can be effectively treated with chemotherapy, this approach is associated with the risk of adverse side effects. High intake of certain vegetables and fruits is associated with a reduced risk of cancer development. We hypothesized that Annona fruit, which is rich in fibers and phytochemicals that are known to possess anticancer properties, can be effective in inhibiting lymphoma growt…
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IDDOI:10.4018/978-1-5225-9615-8.ch003Published Date2020-01-01JournalSustainable Business, 2020-01-01
Over the last two decades, two of the hottest topics in business have been Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Lean Six Sigma. Companies have spent millions of dollars implementing both of these, and the resulting benefits have been mixed. In this chapter, the authors examine the basic foundation of ERP and what drives organizations to implement ERP systems that cost hundreds of millions of dollars. The chapter also explores the history of ERP and who was and are the major players in the m…
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ID31945778Published Date2020-01-01JournalPloS one, 2020-01-01, Volume 15
Currently prescribed medications for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease (AD) that are based on acetylcholinesterase inhibition only offer symptomatic relief but do not provide protection against neurodegeneration. There appear to be an intense need for the development of therapeutic strategies that not only improve brain functions but also prevent neurodegeneration. The oxidative stress is one of the main causative factors of AD. Various antioxidants are being investigated to prevent neurod…
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IDDOI:10.1093/jas/skz258.415Published Date2019-12-05JournalJournal of Animal Science, 2019-12-05, Volume 97
Abstract It has been postulated that changes in prevalence of E. coli isolates with particular virulence genes in animals may be affected by many factors including age, feed, geographical location and stress. The weaning period represents stressful stage during the growth of farm animals. To evaluate if weaning stress affects the prevalence of E. coli possessing virulence genes; shiga toxin (Stx), hemolysin (hly) and intimin (eae) in young meat goats, fecal samples were collected during pre-w…
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IDDOI:10.1093/jas/skz258.895Published Date2019-12-05JournalJournal of Animal Science, 2019-12-05, Volume 97
Abstract Consumer ratings and influence of cut, breed type and feed supplementation on sensory attributes of lamb meat were investigated. Lamb cuts (leg, loin, rib and foreshank) were obtained from purebred hair sheep (PB; n = 18; Barbados Blackbelly or St. Croix) and crossbred wool × hair sheep ram lambs (CB; n = 17; Dorset × Barbados Blackbelly or Dorset × St. Croix) rotationally grazed for 77 d in late spring on tall fescue only (PS) or supplemented with soy hull (SH) or corn gluten (CG) a…
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IDDOI:10.1093/jas/skz258.920Published Date2019-12-05JournalJournal of Animal Science, 2019-12-05, Volume 97
Abstract This study evaluated the use of short-scrotum castration to create sterile ram lambs. East Friesian x Lacaune male lambs born in February on a commercial sheep dairy were left intact (n = 19; IN) or rendered short-scrotum (n = 17; SS) within 10 d of birth. At 3 mo of age lambs were transferred to the study site and grazed as one group, while being supplemented with a grain mixture at 0.7 kg/d. Lambs were harvested at 6 mo of age, and reproductive tract of 5 IN and 5 SS lambs collecte…
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ID31585020Published Date2019-12-01JournalAlcoholism, clinical and experimental research, 2019-12-01, Volume 43
Drinking alcohol is facilitated by social interactions with peers, especially during adolescence. The importance of peer social influences during adolescence on alcohol and substance use has recently received more attention. We have shown that social interaction with an alcohol-intoxicated peer influences adolescent alcohol drinking differently in male and female rats using the demonstrator-observer paradigm. The present set of experiments analyzed the social interaction session to determine …
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ID31890183Published Date2019-12-01JournalFood science & nutrition, 2019-12-01, Volume 7
Accurate prediction of the thermal destruction rate of foodborne pathogens is important for food processors to ensure proper food safety. When bacteria are subjected to thermal stress during storage, sublethal stresses and/or thermal acclimation may lead to differences in their subsequent tolerance to thermal treatment. The aim of the current study was to evaluate the thermal tolerance of O157:H7, , , and that are incubated during overnight growth in tryptic soy broth at four temperatures (15…
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IDDOI:10.1177/1555458919887214Published Date2019-11-15JournalJournal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 2019-11-15
A superintendent initiates an equity focus in a small school district and experiences resistance from both school board members and principals. As the school district diversifies its teaching workforce, the superintendent and principals face myriad unexpected challenges, resulting in teachers of color resigning at three times the rate of White teachers. This case study (a) is designed for students in both school- and district-level preparation programs, (b) directly connects to National Educa…
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ID31380609Published Date2019-10-01JournalJournal of experimental zoology. Part A, Ecological and integrative physiology, 2019-10-01, Volume 331
The photoperiodic response of many temperate zone rodents, including white-footed mice (Peromyscus leucopus), is a heritable life-history trait with underlying physiological variation. Previous studies of intact male P. leucopus utilized two wild-derived bidirectional selection lines, a short photoperiod responsive (R) line selected for reproductive suppression in short-day conditions (SD) and a nonresponsive (NR) line selected for reproductive maturity in SD. NR mice in SD had greater food i…
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