Dietary intervention The functional juice aronia-citrus juice (ACJ) included in this study was a mixture of citrus juice (95%) and 5% aronia extract (Aronia melanocarpa), based on a drink model developed before and reported by Gonzalez-Molina et al . The juice was developed on an industrial pilot scale by a company of Murcia region . The nutritional composition of the ACJ was: energy 38 kcal/100 mL; protein 0.45 g/100 mL; carbohydrates 9 g/100 mL; fat 0.03 g/100 mL. Vitamin C content of the juice was 30 mg per 100 mL. The contents of fruit flavonoids, hydroxycinnamates, and catechins are summarized in Table 21
We weighed the pile of paper leaves and multiplied it by the average weight of four/five sheets of 10 by 10 centimeters squared paper, which is .8192 grams. By doing this, we were able to get the total leaf area in centimeters squared. Our final step was to find the transpiration rate; this was done by multiplying the milliliters of water transpired in each treatment by 1000 to change the unit from milliliters to microliters, dividing this by the total leaf area in centimeters squared, and then dividing that by the minutes (which was 60 in our
The variable in this experiment is the amount/concentration of miracle gro’. On day one no seeds germinated. By day two, seeds in the control group, 15% and 25% experimental groups had germinated. On day two the experimental group with 25% concentration of miracle gro’ had the most seeds
Processing of Findings: My hypothesis stated that the microwaved tap water causes the least plant growth. Having conducted the above experiment by watering 2 seedlings with normal tap water and 2 seedlings with microwaved tap water to conclude the original hypothesis. Plant A: From the above table (pg 7 and pg 8) , it is obvious that Plant A grew continually at a steady rate with the largest growth being a 29mm increase in leaf length over the first 5 days and a 38mm increase in leaf width over the first 5 days. This steady growth is evident in the graph of Plant A’s growth on page 8 indicated by the continuous positive gradient of the graph which shows continuous growth. This steady growth was expected as Plant A was watered with standard
We performed a high-throughput sequencing on the Illumina MiSeq platform. Our results revealed a total of 1278684 reads, which had passed all quality filters under 97 % identity conditions to obtained a total of 5954 species classification OTUs. On average, there were 180 OTUs for each sample. Observed species and Chao1 reflect the richness of species within a single sample, while Shannon indexes represent microbial diversity. Observed species, Chao1and Shannon indexes in the eight buckwheat honey samples and FOS samples were lower than BLK samples and ORI samples.
The second group drank 100 ml of a lactobacillus drink. The last group received no intervention. The study lasted six months in which 16% of the cranberry group, 39% of the lactibacius group and 36% of the controlled group had experienced less than 1 reoccurrence of UTI. The ending resulted in a 20% reduction in absolute risk for the cranberry group. Even after the six months, the cranberry juice group still saw a significantly lower amount of UTIs in one
This table presents the information in colony factoring units per gram, or CFU/G. To obtain this number, a series of calculations were conducted. Beginning with the total number of colonies in each dilution, this number was divided by 0.1. Then the number found from the division explained previously was then multiplied by 10 to the power of n, where n was the number in the dilution set. For example: dilution 4 would solved using the answer to the division problem and multiplying by 10 to the 4th power.
Each group comprised of 6 replicates with 9 chicks per replicate. The total experimental duration was 5 weeks. The diet was prepared using maize and soybean as major ingredients for pre-starter (0-1 wk), starter (2-3 wk) and finisher (4-5wk) periods (Table 1) and offered ad libitum with access to clean drinking water. Growth Performance Body weight changes were recorded every week to ascertain the weekly and overall body weight gain. The experimental diets were given ad lib and the residue was weighed at weekly interval in order to arrive at feed intake.
It planned to decide the yield of the dyestuff as influenced by the new and matured Malatayum leaves utilizing five distinctive indigenous mordants, thought about the absorptive limit of the cotton texture as influenced by the crisp and aged Malatayum leaves color concentrates and look at the shading quickness of the cotton yarn as influenced by the new and aged Malatayum leaves color concentrates. Malatayum leaves were gathered and arranged for two months aging and extraction. Indigenous mordants, for example, vinegar, rust, gabi concentrate, cinder and salt were chosen and arranged to blend to the dyestuff delivered in both crisp and aged clears out. Complete randomized design was the exploratory outline utilized as a part of this investigation. The color yielding execution of new and matured malatayum was altogether unique.
Figure 16:Clinical evaluation of teeth treated with conventional technique regarding success and crown loss Radiographical evaluation of SSCs (group I) Only one tooth had physiologic root resotption at 6, 9, and 12 months. However, no teeth showed pathological signs in the form of pathological root resorption, bone resorption, carious lesion, and furcation involvement at the different follow up periods as seen in table (5) figure (17). Table 5: Radiographical evaluation of group I One week NO% 3ms NO% 6ms NO% 9ms NO% 12ms NO% Root resorption 0 0 1(3.3%) 1(3.3%) 1(3.3%) Bone resorption 0 0 0 0 0 Furcation area 0 0 0 0 0 Carious lesion 0 0 0 0 0 Un fitted crown 0 0 0 0 0 Figure 17:Radiogaphical evaluation of group I regarding clinical success and root resotpion Clinical evaluation of group II(Hall