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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: A. Bagdi, G. Balázs, J. Schmidt, M. Szatmári, R. Schoenlechner, E. Berghofer, and S. Tömösközia

, I.F.F. & Strain, J.J. (1999): Ferric reducing/antioxidant power assay: Direct measure of total antioxidant activity of biological fluids and modified version for simultaneous measurement of total antioxidant power and ascorbic acid concentration

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): Effects of pH control and concentration on microbial oil production from Chlorella vulgaris cultivated in the effluent of a low-cost organic waste fermentation system producing volatile fatty acids . Bioresour. Technol. , 184 , 245 – 250

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The antioxidant effects of seafennel (Crithmum maritimum L.) essential oil and rose (Rosa canina) methanol extract at different concentrations were tested in natural olive oil stored at 60 °C, by measuring peroxide values and free oil acidity after regular intervals. All concentrations of both plant extracts showed antioxidant effect compared with control in experiments. The most effective extracts were 0.4% level of rose. The 0.2% concentrations of rose extract and seafennel oil and 0.4% level of seafennel oil followed in a decreasing order, respectively. The 0.2% level of seafennel oil in olive oil had more effect than those of only 0.02% concentrations of butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) and butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT). Acidity values of seafennel oil at the 0.4% concentration were high compared with its 0.2% level. Acidity values of both rose concentrations were found partly similar.

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Grant, C.A., Bailey, L.D., McLaughlin, M.J. & Singh, B.R. (1999): Management factors which influence cadmium concentrations in crops. - in: McLaughlin, M.J. & Singh, B.R. (Eds) Cadmium in soils and plants. Chapter 7 . Kluwer Academic Publishers

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positive effect decreased by elevating the inulin concentration. The same trend was observed in samples containing stevia and the samples containing a combination of inulin and stevia. Additionally, due to the presence of rebaudioside A in stevia

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: Cs. Dobolyi, K. Inotai, I. Bata-Vidács, D. Sárkány, O. Csernus, S. Kocsubé, B. Tóth, A. Szekeres, and J. Kukolya

cereal products were collected and analysed in the UK by Leon et al. (2015) . ST was found in 4% of the investigated cereal samples at >0.5 μg kg −1 concentration, in line with the results of the wider EFSA survey of 1,142 cereal samples ( Mol et al

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will play a vital role as a cementitious material due to the high concentration of lime and gelignite. On the other hand, because of the problems, which are occurred in the subbase layer in roads and buildings in Iraq, many ways can be adopted to

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Green synthesis of hydroxyapatite (HA) nanoparticles was followed using various concentrations of pectin extracted from the culinary banana bract. The effect of pectin concentrations on purity, crystallinity, particle size, and morphology of synthesized HA nanoparticles were studied. The extracted pectin was characterized by proton-1 nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (1H NMR) and Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) spectroscopy. FT-IR results revealed that increased concentration (0–0.075 % w/w) of pectin substantially improved the purity level of synthesized HA nanoparticles. In addition, higher concentration of pectin also reduced the crystallinity and size of the synthesized HA nanoparticles, which was confirmed by X-ray diffraction (XRD) and SEM results, respectively. The synthesized HA nanoparticles at increased pectin concentration (HA0.075) evinced high purity, less crystallinity, and discrete uniform shape. Results of TEM images have the credence to reveal the presence of nanosized discrete particles (20–50 nm) with lattice structure of hydroxyapatite.

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The analyzed samples were runoff waters from bituminous roofing. The runoff water pH was lower than that of the storm-water. First flush phenomena were observable in the samples conductivity, turbidity as well as suspended solid, dry and organic matter concentration. The reason of the phenomena is the initial dissolution of deposited aerosols and weathering products. Because of that, the roof runoff quality is affected by the dry period length. Presumably to the roof matter, the samples had high dissolved organic matter concentrations. The measured polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) concentration implied the dissolution of some component from the roof matter.

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The objective of this work was to assess the impact of various NaCl concentrations on Lactobacillus rhamnosus OXY viability after freeze-drying. Osmotic stress was applied during the exponential growth phase of bacterial culture. At salt concentrations between 0.2–0.5 M, a high biomass concentration and a significant increase in cell viability after lyophilisation was observed. An analysis of two-dimensional protein gels indicated the presence of shock proteins, for example, GroEL, ClpB, DnaK, TF, which provide resistance during freeze-drying and subsequent storage. On the basis of these results, it is recommended that lactic acid bacteria cultures be sub-lethally treated with 0.5 M NaCl before freeze-drying.

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