Phytochemical profiles and antioxidant activity of four historical
grape accessions (‘Kuzu Kuyrugu’, ‘Miskali’, ‘Erkek Miskali’, and
‘Kirmizi Kismis’) grown in Igdir province located in Eastern Anatolia
Region of Turkey were examined. The amount of vitamin C,
organic acids (citric acid, tartaric acid, malic acid, succinic acid and
fumaric acid), sugars...
This thesis is the first third of a coming of age novel called i. In this
selection the central character, Bea Bouvier, prepares to see her estranged mother on
a cruise ship to the Bahamas. She hopes her parents will decide to reunite as a
family, though it becomes increasingly...
The phenomenon of phantom limb pain has been well documented for centuries, but little clinical work has been done to alleviate it. Physician and neuroscientist Vilayanur S. Ramachandran began researching this condition nearly two decades ago, and has discovered a promising alternative treatment: mirror-box therapy. This therapy is not yet...
The subduction of the oceanic spreading center at the Chile Triple Junction is marked by a substantial thermal perturbation
and marked changes in the hydrogeologic and aqueous geochemical regimes in the overthrust plate. Ridge subduction substantially
changes the fluid chemistry in the wedge through variably hydrating the oceanic basement, accretionary...
Salmonid B lymphocytes were stimulated both in vivo and in vitro
and shown to produce antibody specific for the immunogen. A passive
hemolytic plaque assay was employed to demonstrate B cells producing
specific antibody. Characterization of plaque forming cells (PFCs)
involved sequential inhibition with a series of graded concentrations
The in vitro effects of cortisol in regulating salmonid B cell functions were
investigated. B cells at three distinct stages of differentiation were examined for
cortisol sensitivity. B lymphocyte responses were examined 1) during the early stage
of the precursor, 2) during the intermediate stage of differentiation associated with