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A small proportion of litter-derived nitrogen is assimilated by plant biomass or immobilized in sediments regardless of harvest management as detected by N-labeled Phragmites litter in a constructed wetland.

Emergent aquatic macrophytes play an important role in the removal of nutrients in constructed wetlands (CWs). However, plant biomass supplies litter after the onset of senescence. Although litter-derived nitrogen (N) has been considered a nutrient source for the internal loading that may reduce CW performance, little is known about the quantitative N dynamics associated with litter decomposition. Thus, a controversial question remains about whether plant harvest is needed to manage CWs. In this study, we e...


Sharing-based social capital associated with harvest production and wealth in the Canadian Arctic.

Social institutions that facilitate sharing and redistribution may help mitigate the impact of resource shocks. In the North American Arctic, traditional food sharing may direct food to those who need it and provide a form of natural insurance against temporal variability in hunting returns within households. Here, network properties that facilitate resource flow (network size, quality, and density) are examined in a country food sharing network comprising 109 Inuit households from a village in Nunavik (Can...

Evaluation of the chemical and nutritional characteristics of almonds (Prunus dulcis (Mill). D.A. Webb) as influenced by harvest time and cultivar.

Several authors studied the effect of harvest time on chemical and nutritional composition of almonds, but the results are partly conflicting, probably due to differences in the cultivars considered and to different agronomic and climatic conditions in the growing areas. In this paper the influence of harvest time and cultivar on the chemical and nutritional composition of almonds (Prunus dulcis (Mill). D.A. Webb) was evaluated. Ten cultivars were considered, grown in the same orchard and subjected to the s...


Post-harvest processing decreases the richness of bacterial taxa in the phyllosphere of broccoli.

Diverse bacterial communities residing on the surfaces of fresh vegetables are important for food quality and safety; however, knowledge of the phyllosphere microbiota on fresh vegetables and of how it changes during post-harvest stage is poorly understood.

Effect of corn residue harvest method with ruminally undegradable protein supplementation on performance of growing calves and fiber digestibility.

Two experiments evaluated the effects of corn residue harvest method on animal performance and diet digestibility. Experiment 1 was designed as a 2 × 2 + 1 factorial arrangement of treatments using 60 individually fed crossbred steers (280 kg [SD 32] initial BW; = 12). Factors were the corn residue harvest method (high-stem and conventional) and supplemental RUP at 2 concentrations (0 and 3.3% diet DM). A third harvest method (low-stem) was also evaluated, but only in diets containing supplemental RUP at 3...

Advances in Non-Destructive Early Assessment of Fruit Ripeness towards Defining Optimal Time of Harvest and Yield Prediction-A Review.

Global food security for the increasing world population not only requires increased sustainable production of food but a significant reduction in pre- and post-harvest waste. The timing of when a fruit is harvested is critical for reducing waste along the supply chain and increasing fruit quality for consumers. The early in-field assessment of fruit ripeness and prediction of the harvest date and yield by non-destructive technologies have the potential to revolutionize farming practices and enable the cons...

Outcomes following therapeutic lymphadenectomy for Stage III malignant melanoma in a single unit.

Malignant melanoma is the fourth most common cancer in New Zealand. Surgery is the only treatment modality that can achieve high cure rates for regional disease, but is associated with high complication rates. Our study documents the morbidity associated with regional lymphadenectomy; audits nodal harvest numbers and considers nodal harvest targets.

SIRT1 Involved in the Regulation of Alternative Splicing Affects the DNA Damage Response in Neural Stem Cells.

Alternative splicing and DNA damage exhibit cross-regulation, with not only DNA damage inducing changes in alternative splicing, but alternative splicing itself possibly modulating the DNA damage response (DDR). Sirt1, a prominent anti-aging player, plays pivotal roles in the DDR. However, few studies have examined alternative splicing with DNA damage in neural stem cells (NSCs) and, in essence, nothing is known about whether SIRT1 regulates alternative splicing. Hence, we investigated the potential involve...

Alternative NAD(P)H dehydrogenase and alternative oxidase: Proposed physiological roles in animals.

The electron transport systems in mitochondria of many organisms contain alternative respiratory enzymes distinct from those of the canonical respiratory system depicted in textbooks. Two of these enzymes, the alternative NADH dehydrogenase and the alternative oxidase, were of interest to a limited circle of researchers until they were envisioned as gene therapy tools for mitochondrial disease treatment. Recently, these enzymes were discovered in several animals. Here, we analyse the functioning of alternat...

Recent Advances in Physical Post-Harvest Treatments for Shelf-Life Extension of Cereal Crops.

As a result of the rapidly growing global population and limited agricultural area, sufficient supply of cereals for food and animal feed has become increasingly challenging. Consequently, it is essential to reduce pre- and post-harvest crop losses. Extensive research, featuring several physical treatments, has been conducted to improve cereal post-harvest preservation, leading to increased food safety and sustainability. Various pests can lead to post-harvest losses and grain quality deterioration. Microbi...

Plant and soil responses to hydrothermally converted sewage sludge (sewchar).

This study compared the effects of sewchar and mineral fertilizer on plant responses in beans (Phaseolus vulgaris, var. "Jalo precoce") and soil properties in a pot experiment in a completely randomized design with two harvests. The initial treatments consisted of a control, sewchar doses of 4, 8, 16 and 32 Mg ha and mineral fertilizer (30 mg N, 90 mg PO and 60 mg KO kg). The treatments (4 replications each) were fertilized with 135 mg PO kg at the second harvest. The sewchar application rat...

Allocation of photosynthesized carbon in an intensively farmed winter wheat-soil system as revealed byCOpulse labelling.

Understanding the rhizodeposited carbon (C) dynamics of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), is crucial for soil fertility and C sequestration. Pot-grown winter wheat was pulse labelled withCOat the key growth stages.C in the shoots, roots and soil was measured at 5 or 2 days afterC-labelling (DAL 5/2) at each growth stage and at harvest. TheC in the shoots increased from 4% of the netC recovered (shoots + roots + soil) during tillering to 53% at harvest. Approximately 14-34% of the netC recovered w...

Harvest and trade of caterpillar mushroom (Ophiocordyceps sinensis) and the implications for sustainable use in the Tibet Region of Southwest China.

caterpillar mushroom (Ophiocordyceps sinensis) is a unique medicinal fungi which is only found in alpine grasslands in Himalayan mountain regions and the Tibetan Plateau. Known locally as Yartsa Gunbu, it has been widely used in Tibetan and Chinese Medicine for centuries. It is crucial to understand local commercial harvest and trade practices of caterpillar mushroom to support the sustainable management of this valuable resource. However, data derived from empirically grounded research is currently limited...

Computed Tomographic Angiography Used for Localization of the Cutaneous Perforators and Selection of Anterolateral Thigh Flap "Bail-Out" Branches.

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the territory supplied by the lateral circumflex femoral artery for the consistency of a proximal perforator that could be used as an alternative pedicle for the anterolateral thigh flap if a tedious intramuscular course is encountered during elevation of the perforator used to develop the initial surgical plan. It is hypothesized that a consistent "bail-out" perforator supplying the proximal thigh would facilitate a simpler anterolateral thigh flap harvest, with mi...

Building a Better Harvest.

Trade-offs between forest carbon stocks and harvests in a steady state - A multi-criteria analysis.

This paper provides a perspective for comparing trade-offs between harvested wood flows and forest carbon stocks with different forest management regimes. A constant management regime applied to a forest area with an even age-class distribution leads to a steady state, in which the annual harvest and carbon stocks remain constant over time. As both are desirable - carbon stocks for mitigating climate change and harvests for the economic use of wood and displacing fossil fuels - an ideal strategy should be c...

Endoscopic-Assisted Radial Forearm Free Flap Harvest: A Novel Technique to Reduce Donor Site Morbidity.

 The radial forearm free flap (RFFF) remains a workhorse flap but can have significant donor site morbidity. The authors developed a novel technique for endoscopic-assisted RFFF (ERFFF) harvest and hypothesized improved donor site morbidity.

Carbon Electrode Tailored All-Inorganic Perovskite Solar Cells To Harvest Solar And Water-Stream Energies.

Moisture is the worst enemy for state-of-the-art perovskite solar cells (PSCs), not to mention to harvest energy from moisture. Therefore, it is a challenge to integrate water-stream and solar energies into a single PSC device. We demonstrate here all-inorganic cesium lead bromide (CsPbBr3) solar cells tailored with carbon electrode to simultaneously harvest solar and water-stream energies. Upon interfacial modification and plasma treatment, the bifunctional PSCs yield a maximum power conversion efficiency ...

Effect of Cryopreservation on Human Adipose Tissue and Isolated Stromal Vascular Fraction Cells: In Vitro and In Vivo Analyses.

Adipose tissue is a source of adipose-derived stromal/stem cells for tissue engineering and reconstruction and a tissue source for fat grafts. Although liposuction is a simple procedure for the harvest of adipose tissue, the repetition of this surgical intervention can cause adverse effects to the patient and can be a limiting factor for immediate use. Cryopreservation can avoid the morbidity associated with repetitive liposuction, allowing the use of stored tissue after the initial harvest procedure. This ...

Technique for single axillary incision robotic assisted quadrantectomy and immediate partial breast reconstruction with robotic latissimus dorsi flap harvest for breast cancer: A case report.

The clinical application of robotic surgery in breast conserving surgery or volume replacement with robotic latissimus dorsi flap harvest (RLDFH) has been rarely reported. In this study, we report the preliminary experience and clinical outcome of robotic assisted quadrantectomy (RAQ) and immediate partial breast reconstruction (IPBR) with RLDFH.

The influence of crop production and socioeconomic factors on seasonal household dietary diversity in Burkina Faso.

Households in low-income settings are vulnerable to seasonal changes in dietary diversity because of fluctuations in food availability and access. We assessed seasonal differences in household dietary diversity in Burkina Faso, and determined the extent to which household socioeconomic status and crop production diversity modify changes in dietary diversity across seasons, using data from the nationally representative 2014 Burkina Faso Continuous Multisectoral Survey (EMC). A household dietary diversity sco...

The role of alternative salience in the derivation of scalar implicatures.

Comprehension can be enriched by considering what a speaker could have said but did not; namely, the alternative. For example, "Betty passed some of her exams" can be interpreted as "Betty passed some but not all of her exams". This enriched interpretation is an example of a scalar implicature. We consider whether the salience and use of the alternative are independent processes in the derivation of scalar implicatures or whether use is dependent on salience. Participants completed three sentence interpreta...

Corrigendum: Fat harvest using a closed-suction drain.

[This corrects the article on p. 288 in vol. 43.].

PennDiff: Detecting Differential Alternative Splicing and Transcription by RNA Sequencing.

Alternative splicing and alternative transcription are a major mechanism for generating transcriptome diversity. Differential alternative splicing and transcription (DAST), which describe different usage of transcript isoforms across different conditions, can complement differential expression in characterizing gene regulation. However, the analysis of DAST is challenging because only a small fraction of RNA-seq reads is informative for isoforms. Several methods have been developed to detect exon-based and ...

Effects of summer and winter harvesting on element phytoextraction efficiency of Salix and Populus clones planted on contaminated soil.

The clones of fast-growing trees (FGTs) were investigated for phytoextraction of soil contaminated with risk elements (REs), especially Cd, Pb, and Zn. As a main experimental factor, the potential effect of biomass harvesting time was assessed. The field experiment with two Salix clones (S1 - (Salix schwerinii × Salix viminalis) × S. viminalis, S2 - S. × smithiana) and two Populus clones (P1 - Populus maximowiczii × Populus nigra, P2 - P. nigra) was established in April 2009. Shoots of all clones were f...


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