Numerous investigations have been made on the contribution of
butter cultures to the flavor of cultured cream butter, but production
of uniform cultured cream butter has not been possible in industry.
Therefore, it was desirable to investigate in detail the qualitative
and quantitative chemistry of the flavor of high quality...
Fisheries-related mortality has been influential in driving global declines in seabird populations. Understanding the overlap between seabird distribution and fisheries is one important element in assessing bycatch risk, and may be achieved by tracking the movements of individual birds and fishing vessels. Here, we assess the spatiotemporal overlap between the...
Since the decimation of the southern right
whale Eubalaena australis population in New Zealand by
whaling, research on its recovery has focused on the wintering
ground at the Auckland Islands, neglecting potentially
important wintering habitat at Campbell Island. For
the first time in 20 years we conducted an expedition to...
Slowly and half-heartedly the people of America have come to atone for past neglect of a poet who, under painful circumstances, produced the most distinctive and original contributions to American literature. They realize that the follies of his unfortunate life can be put aside and the weight of criticisms let...
Recent studies have shown that when milk fat is heated, a
homologous series containing the n-alkyl members of methyl ketones
with odd numbers of carbon in their chains are produced (48; 44; 38;
and 3). The same series of compounds also is found in evaporated
and dried whole milk and...
The purpose of this investigation was to modify the procedure
of Bills, Khatri and Day for use in the development of a suitable
method for determining the quantitative distribution of the free fatty
acids (FFA) in normal, heated, and rancid milk and milk fractions
The method consists of extracting the...
Historians and sociologists of science often identify the efflorescence of social stud ies of science with the work of postwar American intellectuals such as Robert K. Merton and Thomas S. Kuhn. They often also refer to the views of Michael Polanyi (1891-1976) on the roles of tacit knowledge, apprenticeship, social...
Perspective-taking has been defined as the tendency
to take the point of view of another, to put oneself in
the psychological shoes of another. This ability has
been argued to be an important component of social
interaction. This research examined three components of
perspective-taking: a general measure of perspective