Antimicrobial efficacy of cinnamon oil against Salmonella in almond based matrices, trimethylguanosine synthase1 (TGS1) is essential for chilling tolerance, and more.
This week, 5 new articles co-authored by faculty, staff, and students in CAHNRS (in bold type) were added to the Web of Science database. (Articles are linked to abstracts only).
1. Title: Antimicrobial efficacy of cinnamon oil against Salmonella in almond based matrices
Authors: Tsai, Hsieh-Chin; Sheng, Lina; Zhu, Mei-Jun
Source: FOOD CONTROL, 80 170-175; OCT 2017
2. Title: Algae pyrolytic poly-generation: Influence of component difference and temperature on products characteristics
Authors: Chen, Wei; Yang, Haiping; Chen, Yingquan; Xia, Mingwei; Yang, Zixu; Wang, Xianhua; Chen, Hanping
Source: ENERGY, 131 1-12; JUL 15 2017
3. Title: Trimethylguanosine Synthase1 (TGS1) Is Essential for Chilling Tolerance
Authors: Gao, Jinpeng; Wallis, James G.; Jewell, Jeremy B.; Browse, John
Source: PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, 174 (3):1713-1727; JUL 2017
4. Title: The Effect of Two Additives on Ruminal Fermentation Using a Semi-Continuous Culture System
Authors: Capelari, M.; Johnson, K. A.; Latack, B.; Roth, J.; Powers, W.
Source: 26TH TRI-STATE DAIRY NUTRITION CONFERENCE, 2017, 178-178; 2017
5. Title: Evaluating the Toxicity of Candidate Organic and Conventional Insecticides on Western Grape Leafhopper and Virginia Creeper Leafhopper (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) under Vineyard and Laboratory Conditions
Authors: O’Hearn, Jonathan Scott; Walsh, Douglas B.
Source: JOURNAL OF ENTOMOLOGICAL SCIENCE, 52 (2):95-103; APR 2017