Community colleges are being pressured to increase their direct support of
the economic development agendas of their communities, their states, and even the
nation. These pressures develop both externally and internally, and are exacerbated
when increased demands for access to community college education must be met
with chronically flat-lined or...
Meadowfoam (Limnanthes alba Bentham; Order: Brassicales; Family:
Limnanthaceae) is a self-compatible, predominantly allogamous, insect pollinated
species. Meadowfoam oil is a source of novel unsaturated very-long-chain (VLC) seed
oils (C₂₀ and C₂₂) with low concentrations of saturated fatty acids (typically less than
2%) and outstanding oxidative stability. Here we report the...
The extent of agricultural drainage has created concern for its potential undesirable
effects on surface water quality. Land applications of liquid manure on tile drain
fields have the potential to transport solutes and bacteria to the drains following
precipitation or irrigation events and many times are directly sent to a...