To understand human social environments and interaction, it is often necessary to examine them in creative and metaphorical terms. In this thesis, a model of chemical interaction, atomic and molecular bonding, and the role of electrons, nuclei, and other chemical principles are used to describe the social environment of human...
In the present study, the potential of low-melting point lipids, namely methyl
palmitate (MP) and menhaden stearine (MS), were studied for delivery of water-soluble
materials to fish larvae.
Addition of the solid emulsifier, sorbitan monopalmitate (SMP) resulted in higher
RE compared to the liquid emulsifier sorbitan sesquioleate (SSO). Additions of...
Acidulants are an important functional ingredient group in the food
industry, providing sourness, lowering pH, ensuring safe processing, and
extending shelf life. Hence, understanding the effect of acids on sensory
characteristics of foods is critical. Of the many topics dealing with acidulants,
sourness is a topic where considerable research has...
Many species of rodents and insectivores live in subterranean burrows in soils
throughout the world. The soil surface perforations of burrow entrances are often
connected to complex, subsurface tunnel networks. Burrow entrances and
associated subsurface tunnel networks represent a link between surface and
subsurface ecological function. Anecdotal observations of surface-water...