SCIREA Journal of Agriculture (ISSN: 2995-6935)

SCIREA Journal of Agriculture is an international, scientific peer-reviewed open access journal published online by SCIREA.

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Linyun Wang
Abstract: At present, there are 5 million to 30 million species of organisms on the Earth, how did so many kinds of organisms come into being? What is the pattern of their variation? So far, there is no satisfactory theory to explain it. Since Watson and Crick proposed the double helix structure model of genetic material DNA in 1953,
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Adam Willson, Gwyn Jones, Greg Paynter, Garry Edser, Duane Norris, Michal Kravcik
Abstract: Since settlement Australian agriculture has transitioned from hydrated carbon rich landscapes abundant in trees and diverse pastoral systems to a continent dominated by low carbon soils, overgrazed grasslands and vast fields of annual monoculture crops. Inappropriate farming practices including deforestation have led to lon
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Eric Houben, Klaus Gassenmeier
Abstract: 2,5-dimethyl-3-furanthiol is an important aroma constituent widely used in flavorings for food stuff. While its occurrence in food is mentioned several times, its unequivocal identification is not clear. In an SDE extract of ground coffee beans, using a pre-separation step and two dimensional GC TOF MS, its occurrence in gr
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Karampatea Aikaterini, Konstantinidou Parthena
Abstract: Based on several in vitro and in vivo studies, it appears that a certain amount of daily consumption of wine can prevent to some degree various chronic diseases. This is mainly due to the presence and number of important antioxidants in red wine. Wine polyphenols, especially resveratrol, anthocyanins and catechins, are the
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Suaib Suaib, M.J. Arma, D. Suleman, M. Taufik, Suharjo, N.F. Suaib, N.R.A. Suaib
Abstract: A numerous quantitative data about measurements of some agricultural research, would be meaning significantly after the data were tabulated and analysed in the adequate way. Commonly, the quantitative data should be tabulated and analysed by parametric principles so as to obtain the clear points. Usually, the pooled data ac
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Andre Frederick Leu
Abstract: To shift from a significant emitter to a major mitigator of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, agriculture needs to change from the current dominant paradigm of chemically intensive, industrial/conventional systems to regenerative systems by focusing on plant biology and living soil sciences. Maximizing photosynthesis to captu
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Warji Warji, Tamrin Tamrin, Sapto Kuncoro, Bambang Joko Sudarsan
Abstract: Indonesia is one of the fourth largest coffee producers in the world. Arabica and Robusta coffee are types of coffee that are quite widely grown in Indonesia. Both types of coffee are partly grown organically; namely coffee whose entire cultivation process does not involve chemicals such as pesticides or fertilizers derived
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Hilal Ahmad Punoo
Abstract: Kradi cheese is manufactured by coagulation of naturally fermented butter milk containing different strains of lactic acid bacteria. In this study lactic acid bacterial strains were isolated from kradi cheese and screened for exopolysaccharide potential. The taxonomic group of the exopolysaccharide producing lactic acid bac
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Alfred Alfonso Antoh
Abstract: Ficus nodosa Teijism & Binned is a type of tropical wood that grows and develops around Lake Sentani. The bark of the tree is used as a work of art for the manufacture of handbags by the Sentani indigenous people. This plant reproduces using seeds and is very easy to reproduce. However, considering the high utilization by s
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Chao-shih (Jake) Wang, David D. Van Fleet
Abstract: To examine how an intelligence cohort works, a comparative analysis is conducted in the context of food recalls of meat and poultry products. An intelligence cohort addresses three fundamental strategies: identifiability, uniqueness, and the use of additive tasks. The concept of an intelligence cohort is tested in the cont
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