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Numerical and Analytical Investigation of Aluminium Bracket Strengthening

, Juni 1976. 8. J. L. C. G. De Kanter, “Energy absorption of monolithic and fibre reinforcement aluminium cylinders” PhD thesis, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, 2006. 9. EN 1993-1-8 Eurocode 3 - Design of steel structures - Part 1-8: Design of joints, 2012. 10. EN 1999-1-1 Eurocode 9 - Design of aluminium structures - Part 1-1: General structures rules, 2011. 11. EN 755-2, Aluminium and aluminium alloys. Extruded rod/bar, tube and profiles. Mechanical properties, 2016. 12. W

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Inclusion of NSP-hydrolysing enzymes in diets for broiler chicks containing increasing contents of distillers dried grains with solubles (DDGS) / Einsatz von NSP-spaltenden Enzymen in Futterrationen für Broiler mit unterschiedlichen Trockenschlempegehalten (DDGS)

a result, the consumption of natural feed resources such as grains by pig and poultry feed can be considerably reduced without impairing the animals’ health or performance ( Schedle, 2016 ). Above all, monogastric livestock or poultry directly compete with humans for feedstuffs/foodstuffs, because of their similar digestive physiology. Hence, the reduction of cereals in diets for monogastric livestock and poultry is very important from a sustainable point of view ( Schedle, 2016 ). The DDGS contains high amounts of fiber, mainly consisting of non

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Distribution of non-allelic histone H1 subtypes in five avian species

chromatin fiber structure. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 105: 8872-8877. Sarg B., Lopez B., Lindner H., Ponte I., Suau P., Roque A. (2014). Sequence conservation of linker histones between chicken and mammalian species. Data Brief, 1: 60-64. Sarg B., Lopez R., Lindner H., Ponte I., Suau P., Roque A. (2015). Identification of novel post-translational modifications in linker histones from chicken erythrocytes. J. Proteomics, 113: 162-177. Shannon M.F., Wells J.R.E. (1987). Characterization of the six chicken histone H1 proteins

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Trends in Edible Vegetable Oils Analysis. Part B. Application of Different Analytical Techniques

and traceability of virgin olive oil by calorimetry. J. Therm. Anal. Calorim., 2006, 84, 105-112. Armenta S., Garrigues S., de la Guardia M., Determination of edible oil parameters by near infrared spectrometry. Anal. Chim. Acta, 2007, 596, 330-337. Arthur C., Pawliszyn J. Solid-phase microextraction with thermal desorption using fused silica optical fibers. Anal. Chem., 1990, 62, 2145-2148. Baeten V., Pierna J. A. F., Dardenne P., Meurens M., Garcia-Gonzalez D. L., Aparicio-Ruiz R

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A Comparative Analysis of Artificial Intelligence-Based Methods for Fault Diagnosis of Mechanical Systems

1 Introduction Demand for materials with high strength and stiffness and low weight has increased in various industries since about half a century ago. Because no single-component material could manage to meet all these needs, the composite theory was introduced. The advantage of the composite is that it reveals the best features of its constituents and has features that can be viewed in none of its individual components. Fiber composites consist of two constituents, including fiber and matrix. The fibers can be placed at the matrix in different directions

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The required characteristics of ensiled crops used as a feedstock for biogas production: a review

different fibre contents. Bioresour Technol 101: 9527-9535. Koch K, Lübken M, Gehring T, Wichern M, Horn H (2010): Biogas from grass silage - Measurements and modeling with ADM1. Bioresour Technol 101: 8158-8165. Kolář L, Kužel S, Peterka J, Borová-Batt J (2010): Agrochemical value of the liquid phase of wastes from fermenters during biogas production. Plant Soil Environ 56: 23-27. Kruse S, Herrmann A, Kornher A, Taube F (2008): Evaluation of genotype and environmental variation in fibre content

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Effect of Adding Oregano Essential Oil, Garlic and Tomato Preparations Separately and in Combination on the Stability of Vacuum-Packed Minced Pork During Storage

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Using Material Flow Cost Accounting (Mfca) to Identify Benefits of Eco-Efficiency and Cleaner Production in a Paper and Pulp Manufacturing Organization

. [28] Mousavi, M.M.S., Hosselini, Z.S., Resalati, H., Mahdavi, S., Garmaroody, E.R., 2013. Papermaking potential of rapeseed straw, a new agricultural- based fibre source. Journal of Cleaner Production 52:420-424. [29] Mousavi, M.M.S., Hosselini, Z.S., Resalati, H., Mahdavi, S., Garmaroody, E.R., 2013. Papermaking potential of rapeseed straw, a new agricultural- based fibre source. Journal of Cleaner Production 52:420-424. [30] Pandey, A.K., 2007. Identification and Assessment of Cleaner Production technologies and appropriate technology management strategies and

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Histamine and its Effects Mediated via H3 Receptor – Potential Clinical Applications of H3 Antagonists

, Erlander MG. Cloning and Functional Expression of the Human Histamine H3 Receptor Mol Pharmacol 1999; 55: 1101-1107. 40. Bongers G, Bakker RA, Leurs R. Molecular aspects of the histamine H3 receptor. Biochem Pharmacol 2007; 73: 1195-1204. 41. Drutel G, Peitsaro N, Karlstedt K, Wieland K, Smit MJ, Timmerman H, Panula P, Leurs R. Identification of rat H3 receptor isoforms with different brain expression and signaling properties. Mol Pharmacol 2001; 59: 1-8. 42. Tardivel-Lacombe J, Rouleau A, Héron A, Morisset S, Pillot C

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Molecular characterization of ESBL gene in Citrobacter spp. and antibacterial activity of omega-3 against resistant isolates

References 1. Janda, J.M. et al. Biochemical identification of citrobacteria in the clinical laboratory. J. Clini Microbi. 32(8): 1850-1854, 1994. 2. Nada, T. et al.: Small outbreak of third generation cephem-resistant Citrobacter freundii infection on a surgical ward. JPN. J. Infectious Diseases. 57:181-2,2004. 3. Shih, C.C. et al.: Bacteremia due to Citrobacter species: significance of primary intraabdominal infection. Clinical Infectious Diseases. 23(3): 543-549,1991. 4. Al-Hasnawi, A. A

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