Editor Papa Research January 10, 2020

Aims: To investigate, by infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR), the chemical composition of urinary calculi obtained from patients of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Duration of Study: The composition of the urinary calculi was evaluated in a retrospective study from March 1993 to December 2018. Methodology: Infrared spectra of the urinary calculi were recorded in a Bruker IFS-25 FT-IR, […]

Editor Papa Research January 10, 2020

Tuberculosis (TB) is a contagious bacterial disease caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis, which most commonly affects the lungs. It is the leading killer from a single infectious agent worldwide, especially in Asia and Africa. Each year globally, about 1.3 million people die of TB. Majority of the cases are pulmonary TB (PTB) with approximately 15% being […]

Editor Papa Research January 9, 2020

ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY IN DIAGNOSIS OF AORTIC DISSECTION In a multicentre study the accuracy of echocardiography was measured in 164 consecutive patients with suspected aortic dissection. The diagnosis was subsequently proven (82 patients) on the idea of transthoracic and transoesophageal echocardiography and extra diagnostic procedures, including computerized tomography (CT), aortic angiography, and surgery and/or necropsy. The sensitivity […]

Editor Papa Research January 7, 2020

The Syagrus oleracea is adapted for dry regions, has used for food, ornamental palm and development of cosmetic. It occurs in impacted areas of Cerrado. The management of the species is important for traditional communities. Morphological descriptors, biometric pyrenes and spatial distribution of individuals are important for the species distinction, conservation, forest management and implantation […]

Editor Papa Research January 7, 2020

The effects of household processing on removal of organophosphate residues (malathion, fenitrothion, formothion, parathion, methyl parathion and chlorpyriphos) in tomato, bean, okra, eggplant, cauliflower and capsicum were studied. The processes included washing separately with (water, 0.9% NaCl, 0.1% NaHCO3 and 0.1% acetic acid, 0.001% KMnO4, 0.1% ascorbic acid, 0.1% malic acid and 0.1% oxalic acid […]

Editor Papa Research January 7, 2020

The species Syagrus oleracea is a native palm tree, present in highly impacted environments of the Brazilian semiarid. This species is exploited for use in the manufacture of folk crafts and for human and animal feeding. The objective of this study was to characterize the diversity and genetic structure of individuals from different populations, located […]

Editor Papa Research January 7, 2020

Magonia pubescens is a tree species originally from the Brazilian Cerrado that bears fruit with winged seeds from which fixed oil can be extracted. This study analyzed the physical and chemical properties of the oil extracted from these seeds and the biodiesel produced thereof. Methods from the Adolfo Lutz Institute, American Oil Chemists Society and […]

Editor Papa Research January 7, 2020

Liming is one of the most important and feasible management practices used to ameliorate soil acidity. The amount of lime required to neutralize the soil acidity is called lime requirement. Generally lime requirement (LR) for acidic soils are determined by buffer pH method because of their ease of implementation, simplicity and rapidity (Wolf el al., […]

Editor Papa Research January 7, 2020

To study Moroccan saffron germplasm variability relating to different agro-morphological and phenological traits, 969 saffron corms (accessions) were collected from thirteen different sites located in traditional saffron area of Taliouine-Taznakht. The study confirmed a wide range of phenotypic variability within and between populations. The variance analysis revealed that the mother corm weight (MCW), taken as […]

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