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Differences in organic matter quality, chemical and microbiological characteristics of two Phaeozems under natural and anthropic influence

-Estrella F, Vargas-García MC, López MJ, Jurado MM, Moreno J. Dynamics of bacterial microbiota during lignocellulosic waste composting: studies upon its structure, functionality and biodiversity. Bioresour Technol 2015;175: 406-416. 8. Rigane H. Chtourou M, Mahmoud IB, Medhioub K, Ammar E. Polyphenolic compounds progress during olive mill wastewater sludge and poultry manure co-composting, and humic substances building (Southeastern Tunisia). Waste Manage Res 2015; 33: 73-80. 9. Dumitru M, Manea A(coord). Methods of chemical and microbiological analysis

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Total nitrogen, water-soluble nitrogen and free amino acids profile during ripening of soft cheese enriched with Nigella sativa seed oil

Introduction Many aspects concerning the versatility and amazing diversity of traditional cheeses characteristics, depending on the manufacturing and conditioning, are not yet completely understood. The trend in international scientific world is to understand the composition and dynamics peculiarities concerning the physicochemical, biochemical and microbiological changes that take place in raw milk cheeses during manufacturing, ripening and storing ( 1 , 2 , 3 ). As extensive literature reports, raw milk traditional cheeses are not always safe, being

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Future Biotechnology

would help solve the structure and dynamics of the chromosomes. Despite the enormous information that is difficult to fit into standard computers, many questions remain unanswered and a complete map of human DNA cannot be created ( 3 ). Figure 1 Overview of the human genome . Gene and gene-related sequences cover 37.5% of the human genome, while genome-wide repeats constitute 43.75%. The remaining 18.75% are intergenic regions. Pharmacogenetic science is being developed with more and more comprehensive information obtained from the Human Genome Project

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The genus Portulaca as a suitable model to study the mechanisms of plant tolerance to drought and salinity

-based genetic diversity in purslane Portulaca oleracea L.). J Biotech Res 2011; 3: 51-61. Ren S Weeda S Akande O Guo Y Rutto L Mebrahtu T Drought tolerance and AFLP-based genetic diversity in purslane Portulaca oleracea L.) J Biotech Res 2011 3 51 61 38 Liu L, Howe P, Zhou YF, Hocart C, Zhang R. Fatty acid profiles of leaves of nine edible wild plants: an Australian study. J Food Lipids 2002; 9: 65-71. 10.1111/j.1745-4522.2002.tb00209.x Liu L Howe P Zhou YF Hocart C Zhang R Fatty acid profiles of leaves of nine

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