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Kinetic Modeling of Diauxic Microibial Growth in a Plant Based Natural Surfactant from Sapindus mukorossi
(Journal of Environmental Science, 1998)A plant‐based natural surfactant with potential applications in the remediation of contaminated soils was obtained from the dry fruit pericarps of Sapindus mukorossi,. Kinetics of microbial growth in the natural surfactant ... 
Kinetics and Stoichiometry of Dinitrotoluene Mineralization to Support in situ Vadose Zone Bioremediation
(7th International Symposium on In Situ and OnSite Bioremediation, 2004) 
Lattice ordered matrix rings over totally ordered rings
(Order, 2014)For an nxn matric algebra over a totally ordered integral domain, necessary and sufficient conditions are derived such that the entrywise lattice order on it is the only lattice order (up to an isomorphism) to make it into ... 
Latticeordered matrix algebras containing positive cycles
(Positivity, 2013)It is shown that if a latticeordered n × n (n ≥ 2) matrix ring over a totally ordered integral domain or division ring containing a positive ncycle, then it is isomorphic to the latticeordered n × n matrix ring with ... 
Level and Patterns of DDTs in Maternal Colostrum From an Island Population and Exposure of Neonates
(Environmental Pollution, 2016)Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) was heavily used in the past in many regions of the world. The occurrence of DDTs in island populations may be elevated if the island is adjacent to major DDT consumption estuaries, ... 
A Level Set Analysis and a Nonparametric Regression on S&P 500 Daily Return
(International Journal of Financial Studies, 2016)In this paper, a level set analysis is proposed which aims to analyze the S&P 500 return with a certain magnitude. It is found that the process of large jumps/drops of return tend to have negative serial correlation, and ... 
Lightdriven DNA biosynthesis in isolated pea chloroplasts
(FEBS Letters, 1983)Isolated chloroplasts from Pisum sativum leaves catalyze [3H]thymidine incorporation into acidinsoluble material using light as the sole energy source. Neither ribonucleotides, deoxyribonucleotides nor deoxyribonucleosides ... 
Location and characterization of autonomously replicating sequences from chromosome VI of Saccharomyces cerevisiae
(Mol Cell Biol, 1993)We have reported the isolation of linking clones of HindIII and EcoRI fragments, altogether spanning a 230kb continuous stretch of chromosome VI. The presence or absence of autonomously replicating sequence (ARS) activities ... 
Low Aqueous Electron Donors for the Reduction of Nitroaromatics in Anaerobic Sediments
(Journal of Containment Hydrology, 1999)Studies are presented investigating the ability to enhance aryl nitroreduction processes in sediments through electron donor addition. In particular, high molecular weight (starch and guar gum) and/or low aqueous solubility ... 
Market Insurance and Selfinsurance through Retrofit: analysis for hurricane risk in North Carolina
(2017)Insurance and retrofit are potentially effective but underutilized mechanisms to manage natural disaster risk (Mileti 1999). This project uses a North Carolina case study of residential buildings in North Carolina that ... 
Math Modeling to Support Regional Natural Disaster Risk Management
(Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, 20140721)We apply a new mathematical modeling framework to examine how the magnitude and nature of the natural disaster risk being managed affects insurer and homeowner risk management decisions and outcomes. The framework includes ... 
Matrix lAlgebras over lfields
(Cogent Mathematics, 2015)It is shown that if a matrix ℓalgebra Mn(K) over certain ℓfields K contains a positive ncycle e such that I+e+⋯+en−1 is a delement on K then it is isomorphic to the ℓalgebra Mn(K) over K with the entrywise lattice order. 
Measuring Activities and Counting Steps with Smartsocks  an Unobtrusive and Accurate Method
(IEEE, 2014)Physical inactivity is an important contributor to noncommunicable diseases in countries of high income, and increasingly so in those of low and middle income. Physical inactivity is the leading cause of many diseases. ... 
Metal Hydrides used for Hydrogen Storage, in Nanostructured Materials for NextGeneration Energy Storage and Conversion
(2017)This chapter discusses about metal hydride technologies for onboard reversible hydrogen storage applications. The metal hydrides such as intermetallic alloys and solid solutions have interstitial vacancies where atomic ... 
Micellar Partitioning and its Effects on Henry's Law Constants of Chlorinated Solvents in Anionic and Nonionic Surfactant Solutions
(Environmental Science and Technology, 2006)Micellar partitioning of volatile chlorinated hydrocarbons in surfactant solutions and its effects on vapor−liquid equilibrium is fundamental to the overall design and implementation of surfactantenhanced aquifer remediation. ... 
Microprocessori, 68020/68030
(Prentice Hall International, 1990)"6802068030  Programmazione interfacciamento e progettazione", sui microprocessori Motorola 68020 e 68030. Traduzione dall'originale "The Motorola MC68020 and MC68030 Microprocessors: Assembly Language, Interfacing ... 
MicroRNA Expression Patterns Responsible for Inducing ChemoResistance in Ovarian Cancer
(J. Biomed, 2018)Despite significant progress in our understanding of the pathophysiology of cancer as a whole, ovarian cancer is still remains as one of the most intractable forms of the disease with only 30% cure rate with the conventional ... 
A Model for Least Distance Protocol in MANET Using Artificial Intelligence Search Techniques
(International Journal of Electrical & Computer Sciences, 201104)As mobile adhoc networks operate with nodes carrying small amount of energy, reducing energy consumption is a major issue in adhoc networks. The paper discusses a protocol along with its implementation which incorporates ... 
A Model for Long Term Assessment of Computing and Information Systems Programs
(Information Systems Education Journal, 201108)Assessment practices and requirements are very broad and vary widely among academic programs and from one institution to the other. Consequently, we noticed, in the recent years, increased volumes of research and interest ... 
A model for open content communities to support effective learning and teaching
(Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference on Webbased Communities 2004, 200404)Open Source Software (OSS) has provided a successful model for communitybased collaborative development of software. The success of OSS has triggered interests in applying similar approaches to other areas besides software ...