During the course of ripening, Cheddar cheese frequently develops
a flavor defect described as fruity. Recent work has indicated
that the use of certain starter cultures ultimately results in the
development of the defect as the cheese ages. The flavor compounds
responsible for the defect, however, have not been elaborated....
The dynamics of N was studied in field grown Comice/Provence
quince BA29 pears in Medford, Oregon. Total tree biomass, N content,
and ¹⁵N evaluations suggest that young pears require little N (48 kg
N ha⁻¹ yr⁻¹). About 45% of total tree N present in dormant trees was
remobilized into new...
Spore dispersal gradients and pod disease gradients from point
inoculum sources of Botrytis cinerea were measured over time in two
snap bean field experiments. Laboratory grown inoculum was placed
at ground level in a 30 x 30 cm square at bloom initiation and
removed at full bloom. Dispersal of inoculum,...
A study was conducted to determine the effects or
temperature, solar radiation, rainfall, and saturated flow
on fecal coliform numbers in sewage sludge-amended soils.
To determine this, four 4.6 X 13.7 m field plots were each
amended in summer and in winter with 800 liters of
anaerobically-digested sewage sludge, and...
Copper and zinc are heavy metals commonly present in highway stormwater runoff. Discharge of these metals to surface waters inhabited by sensitive aquatic species including threatened and endangered salmonids has necessitated the need for improved treatment techniques. Although copper is of the greater toxicological concern, zinc is often present at...
The general objective of this study is to analyze the production
and the consumption of food in Korea for the years 1955 through 1969
and to project them for the years 1970 through 1980. This study has
the following purposes;
(1) To examine the trend in food production and yield....