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. (1994): Predicting the aerobic growth of Y. enterocolitica O3 at different pH-values, temperatures and L-lactate concentrations using conductance measurements. Int. J. Fd Microbiol , 22 , 141-153. Predicting the aerobic

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., Skrypczak, L. & Budzianowski, K. (1991): Effect of the flavonoid fraction of the Solidago genus plants on diuresis and electrolyte concentration. Acta Pol. Pharm. , 48 , 35-37. Effect of the flavonoid fraction of the Solidago

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Alonso, J., Garcia, M.A., Perez-Lopez, M. & Meglar, M.J. (2003): The concentrations and bioconcentration factors of copper and zinc in edible mushrooms. Arch. env. Contamin. Toxicol. , 44 , 180

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existed a chemical equilibrium on the surface of the AlOOH when high-concentration strong acid was used in Eq. 1 . The reaction of the chemical equilibrium is shown in Eq. 3 : The reaction activated the AlOOH surface and provided nucleation

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concentration of enzymes. Part 3. IFCC method for alanine transferase . J. clin. Chem. clin. Biochem. , 24 , 481 – 489 . Bessey , O. , Lowry , O. H

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Authors: F.J. Vazquez-Armenta, J.F. Ayala-Zavala, G.I. Olivas, F.J. Molina-Corral, and B.A. Silva-Espinoza

): Reassessment of treatments to retard browning of fresh-cut Russet potato with emphasis on controlled atmospheres and low concentrations of bisulphite. Int. J. Fd Sci. Tech., 45 , 1486–1494. Cantwell M

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highest concentration of EP inhibited almost entirely the E. coli O157:H7 population on cherry tomatoe surfaces after one day of storage at 4 °C. Nevertheless, 42 ppm and 105 ppm concentrations of EP reduced E. coli O157:H7 population below the

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case of industrial tomatoes, the factors that influence the concentration of phytonutrients such as carotenoids, tocopherols, and vitamin C the most, may include the maturity level of fruit at the time of harvest and agronomic, geographical, and

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batch technique. Batch adsorption studies were performed at different doses of adsorbent, pH and dye concentrations. The initial concentration of the MB dye in the experiments was in the range of 50–200 mg/L. The dye solution (50 mL) of desired

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Jalali, M. (2008): Nitrate concentrations in some vegetables and soils in Hamadan, western Iran. Archs Agron. Soil Sci. , 54 , 569–583. Jalali M. Nitrate concentrations in some

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