products undergo different types of processing treatments during manufacturing, which may affect BBI concentration. However, the reports pertaining to genotypic variation and loss of BBI due to processing treatments are scarce ( Friedman et al., 1991
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consumption of cereals and other crops will decrease, the consumption of vegetables, fruits, meat, dairy products and fish will increase. Increasing demand for semi-processed or ready-to-eat foods will lead to further concentration of the food chain. While the
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emissions can be reduced by blending biodiesel with diesel fuel, which increases the oxygen concentration during the combustion, resulting in increased CO oxidation. The CO emissions of tested blends vary in load, as illustrated in Fig. 5 . Diesel engines
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Heck reaction in biphasic media.
Benhaddou et al. [ 16 ] reported the homogeneous kinetics of the PdCl 2 catalyzed arylation of pent-1-en-3-ol and but-3-en-2-ol. A pseudo-first order rate constant was reported with aryl iodide concentration
early in 1986 a careful experimental study to clarify the behavior of pool boiling heat transfer using dispersed alumina solid particles with a dilute concentration between 0.1-0.5 wt.%. Their results demonstrated an enhancement in pool boiling heat
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areas. Furthermore, the composition of the rainwater depends on the type of paved area on which it will fall. Usual rain contains the following parameters: chlorides, sulfates, nitrates, potassium, calcium, and magnesium in concentrations up to 10.0 mg
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, Egypt. 1.2 Microorganism Determination of minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) was carried out on two reference strains, Staphylococcus aureus ATCC 25923 and Staphylococcus aureus NTCC 10766, and one clinically isolated methicillin resistant