Authors:F. Yilmaz Korkmaz, N.B. Tuncel, M. Özer, and N. Yilmaz Tuncel
reconstituted for soup making. The ingredients used for tarhana preparation can vary from region to region, however, cereals and yogurt are the main components ( D aǧlioǧlu , 2000 ). Immature rice grain is one of the by-products of rice milling process. Immature
also checked, and it was close to the value of that of steel. There is a direct relationship observed between the difference between the carbon content in the steels used and the rate of formation of grooves at the grain boundaries.
Authors:J. Krulj, N. Ćurčıć, A. Bočarov Stančıć, J. Kojıć, L. Pezo, L. Peıć Tukuljac, and M. Bodroža Solarov
Aspergillus species ( Somashekar et al., 2004 ). The subject of the present research was a molecular characterisation of 38 A. flavus isolates from common wheat and spelt grains collected during the three-year period (2015– 2017) in Northern Serbia
Authors:Alina Vattai and Nikoletta Rozgonyi-Boissinot
this study, core samples from boreholes situated in the area of Sopron near the western border of Hungary (Fig. 1 ) were analyzed. Samples are classified as fine-grained (0.125–0.25 mm) sandstone (Fig. 2a ), medium-grained sandstone (matrix 0
Authors:Ágnes Skultéti, Tivadar M. Tóth, István János Kovács, Edit Király, and Judit Sándorné Kovács
possible to investigate the shear zone. These drilling chips consist of mm-sized debris and contain single mineral and rock pieces in an 80:20 ratio; these pieces are dominated by quartz grains.
Authors:J.S. Khokhar, S. Sareen, B.S. Tyagi, L. Wilson, I.P. King, S.D. Young, and M.R. Broadley
Correlations between juvenile wheat root traits, and grain yield and yield component traits under optimal field conditions have previously been reported in some conditions. The aim of this study was to test the hypothesis that juvenile wheat root traits correlate with yield, yield components and grain mineral composition traits under a range of soil environments in India. A diverse panel of 36 Indian wheat genotypes were grown for ten days in ‘pouch and wick’ high-throughput phenotyping (HTP) system (20 replicates). Correlations between juvenile root architecture traits, including primary and lateral root length, and grain yield, yield components and grain mineral composition traits were determined, using field data from previously published experiments at six sites in India. Only a limited number of juvenile root traits correlated with grain yield (GYD), yield components, and grain mineral composition traits. A narrow root angle, potentially representing a ‘steep’ phenotype, was associated with increased GYD and harvest index (HI) averaged across sites and years. Length related root traits were not correlated with GYD or HI at most sites, however, the total length of lateral roots and lateral root number correlated with GYD at a sodic site of pH 9.5. The total length of lateral roots (TLLR) correlated with grain zinc (Zn) concentration at one site. A wider root angle, representing a shallow root system, correlated with grain iron (Fe) concentration at most sites. The total length of all roots (TLAR) and total length of primary roots (TLPR) correlated with grain S concentration at most sites. Narrow root angle in juvenile plants could be a useful proxy trait for screening germplasm for improved grain yield. Lateral root and shallow root traits could potentially be used to improve grain mineral concentrations. The use of juvenile root traits should be explored further in wheat breeding for diverse environments.
The paper deals with the monitoring of the structural changes of fine-grained cement-based composites in the early-age using acoustic emission method. After mixing, the cement-based materials exhibit continuous time-dependent structural changes which lead to the changes in the mechanical properties due to the chemical and physical processes. The events which are emitted due to the internal structure formation were detected using the acoustic emission techniques. A number of AE events are released due to the formation of new crystalline phases and due to microcracking in the material structure during the setting and hardening. The aim of the performed experiments was to extend the knowledge in the field of the early-age material characteristics and in the field of the internal structure formation of the cement-based materials. The results from temperature measurement show that mixture with microsilica has more slowly raised the internal temperature than mixture without microsilica. The results from acoustic emission measurement show that mixture with microsilica has lower activity of acoustic emission than mixture without microsilica during first six hours from measurement start.
Authors:Haroune Rachid Ben Zine, Filiz Cinar Sahin, Zsolt E. Horváth, Zsolt Czigány, Ákos Horváth, Katalin Balázsi, and Csaba Balázsi
]. SLM densified specimens have a fine-grained microstructure with elongated grains in build-up direction, but no preferred crystallographic orientation, such as in cast and HIP conditions [ 7 ]. During SLM process, the produced samples show different
Authors:A. Eser, K.M. Kassai, H. Kato, V. Kunos, A. Tarnava, and M. Jolánkai
moisture parameters ( Posner, 2003 ). Baking quality of wheat flour is determined by grain protein concentration (GPC) and its composition, and is highly influenced by environmental factors such as nitrogen (N) fertilisation management ( Xue, 2019 ). The
Authors:Ildikó Gyollai, Ákos Kereszturi, Zsolt Kereszty, Máté Szabó, and Elias Chatzitheodoridis
olivine grains varies between 5 and 200 μm; in recrystallized glassy chondrules, they are usually around 5 μm in diameter. Olivine clasts in shock veins and those in the melt pockets are 20–30 μm in size; whereas in chondrules, there are many 50- to 150-μm