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Food Policy Institute at Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station  

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Established as a research unit of Rutgers University, the Food Policy Institute is interested in "supporting public and private decision makers who shape aspects of the food system within which government, agriculture, industry and the consumer interact." Interested parties can get the basic sense of what the Institute does on a regular basis by looking over the short introductory essay in the "About Us" area. Moving on, users can look over the "Research Projects" area, and then make their way to the "Publications" area. Policymakers and agricultural specialists will be delighted to learn about reports such as "The U.S. Food Import System: Issues, Processes and Proposals" and "The Economic Impact of Agritourism in New Jersey: A 2006 Assessment". The site is rounded out by the "Resources" section, which contains handy links to government agencies, academic institutions, and industry groups working in this area.

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Food Policy Institute at Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station  

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Established as a research unit of Rutgers University, the Food Policy Institute is interested in "supporting public and private decision makers who shape aspects of the food system within which government, agriculture, industry and the consumer interact." Interested parties can get the basic sense of what the Institute does on a regular basis by looking over the short introductory essay in the "About Us" area. Moving on, users can look over the "Research Projects" area, and then make their way to the "Publications" area. Policymakers and agricultural specialists will be delighted to learn about reports such as "The U.S. Food Import System: Issues, Processes and Proposals" and "The Economic Impact of Agritourism in New Jersey: A 2006 Assessment". The site is rounded out by the "Resources" section, which contains handy links to government agencies, academic institutions, and industry groups working in this area.

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Rutgers Food Innovation Center Overview and Clients Served The Rutgers Food Innovation Center (FIC) is a unique business incubation and economic  

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that exist worldwide. o Recognized as a national "Innovative Program Model" by USDA Rural Development, in which the Food Innovation Center received a Partnership Award for "achievement as a model for community in the New Jersey region by providing businesses with innovative research, customized practical solutions

Neimark, Alexander V.

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business.rutgers.edu Rutgers Business School  

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economy by integrating science and technology into business education and research. Talented students to make positive contributions to the economy of New Jersey and the world. Rutgers Business Schoolbusiness.rutgers.edu Rutgers Business School #12;The mission of Rutgers Business School - Newark

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DIMACS Center Rutgers University  

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Carolina University DIMACS REU Prague Program: Shiri Azenkot, Pomona College Logan Everett, Binghamton, Rutgers University 1 #12;Dinesh Pai, Department of Computer Science, Rutgers University Lara Pudwell

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Monthly Highlights from Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station September 2009 Communities Farms Markets Food  

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Communities ­ Farms ­ Markets ­ Food Ron Shapella, Executive Director, NJ Association for Sustainable indicates direct sales of farm products to individuals for consumption are 3.2% of NJ farm revenues; $31 needed to sustain a viable critical mass of Gar- den State farming. Another study revealed that among

Goodman, Robert M.

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Rutgers Business School. New Brunswick Rutgers University  

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Page1 Rutgers Business School. New Brunswick Rutgers University Fall 2010 Week 6 Credit Risk I_ individual loan risk ch 11 Week 7 Credit Risk II_ portfolio loan risk ch 12 Week & Operational Risk ch 15, 16 Week 12 Liquidity Risk ch17 Week 13 K Adequacy, Loan Sales, & ch 20, 26, 27

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Rutgers Master Gardener Program 2013 Annual Report  

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@njaes.rutgers.edu In 2013, Kings Food Markets announced the creation of a $25,000 Act Against Hunger Fund, which provides to local food banks and soup kitchens. As part of an effort to end hunger in the communities it serves to provide local hunger relief services with fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs. Kings Food Markets worked

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business.rutgers.edu Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey founded 1766 Rutgers Business School  

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business.rutgers.edu Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey ­ founded 1766 Rutgers Business Business School Rutgers Business School­Newark and New Brunswick (RBS) is an integral part of one--the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business-- a distinction that represents the hallmark

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business.rutgers.edu Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Founded 1766 Rutgers Business School  

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and clients. business.rutgers.edu/paMBA MBA in Professional Accounting Today's dynamic global economy requiresbusiness.rutgers.edu Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey ­ Founded 1766 Rutgers Business School MBA in Professional Accounting Business Science Technology #12;How to Apply Phone: 973

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RUTGERS ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON MEDICAL SCHOOL NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY  

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and food services. e. Training sites will provide effective laboratory, medical records and radiologicRUTGERS ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON MEDICAL SCHOOL NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION postgraduate medical education programs. III. DEFINITIONS Housestaff - refers to all interns, residents

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DIMACS Center Rutgers University  

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of Infectious Diseases in South Africa Cape Town, South Africa Annual Report August 2007 #12;2 Participants who, Rutgers University Nakeya Williams, Morgan State University South African Participants: Folashade Agusto of Khartoum, Sudan Azamed Gezahagne, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia Margaret M. Kajotoni, AIMS Angelina M

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Rutgers Urban Gardening: A Case Study in Urban Agriculture  

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Recent research into urban agriculture shows that it brings major benefits to the urban environment. Apart from improving local food supplies, urban agriculture puts marginal lands to wise use and absorbs wastes in the form of compost. In 1994, Rutgers Urban Gardening (RUG) transformed 30 acres of city waste land in Newark, New Jersey into 1,900 food gardens involving about

I. C. Patel

1996-01-01

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Rutgers University Libraries Annual Report  

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The Rutgers Digital Library Initiative 6 Innovations 8 New Scholarly Resources 9 Library Statistics, FY 1999 of the vision embodied in our long-range plan, the Rutgers Digital Library Initiative, are falling into place to advance the Digital Library Initiative and place the Libraries in the top echelon of research libraries

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business.rutgers.edu Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Founded 1766 Rutgers Business School  

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Employers of Program Graduates Argy, Wiltse, & Robinson, P.C., Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., J.H. Cohn, Deloitte. It's a program I highly recommend." Paul Krieger Audit Partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP "My Rutgers

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Rutgers Cooperative Extension 2014 RUTGERS 4-H SAMSUNG SUMMER SCIENCE PROGRAM  

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Rutgers Cooperative Extension 2014 RUTGERS 4-H SAMSUNG SUMMER SCIENCE PROGRAM July 7-11, 2014, meals, etc.) paid by Samsung. Purpose: Through the Rutgers 4-H Samsung Summer Science Program, youth science programs. Program: The Rutgers 4-H Samsung Summer Science Program is a one-week pre

Goodman, Robert M.

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and Innovation RESEARCH AND INNOVATION AT RUTGERS  

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........................................................................................................p.9 Rutgers Helps Pharmaceutical Companies Move Towards Personalized Medicine ................................................................................................p.5 Armed Forces Institute of Regenerative Medicine

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Rutgers Business School Newark and New Brunswick  

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Rutgers Business School­ Newark and New Brunswick naming opportunities for 1 Washington Park Rutgers Business School­Newark and New Brunswick Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey 1 Washington Square Park Newark, NJ 07102 Maureen McGuire, Senior Director of Development 973-353-5124 mcguire@business

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FARROKH K. LANGDANA Rutgers Business School  

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. Professor, Department of Finance and Economics, Rutgers University, Rutgers Business School, Newark and New Brunswick, 2004 to present. Associate Professor, Department of Finance and Economics, Rutgers University), Department of Finance, ESCEM, Tours, France (formerly, Groupe Ecole Superieure de Commerce du Centre), 1993

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Rutgers Early Childhood Program Recvd______________  

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A PARENT** Do you currently have a Sibling (s) attending LEAP Academy University Charter School and child (ren) to the LEAP Academy University Charter School. All information on this form will be treatedRutgers Early Childhood Program Recvd______________ Enrollment Application for 2014 - 2015 School

Garfunkel, Eric

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JOHNSON PARK RUTGERS GOLF COURSE  

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JOHNSON PARK RUTGERS GOLF COURSE MITCHELL AVE TOOLANST HOES LN MARIONCT HOES LN W GATES AVE RIVER RD TITSWORTHPL TAYLORRD BO W SERRD BEVIE R RD BRETT RD DAVIDSON RD LANDINGLN 18 18 ToRt287 54 64 51 P McCormick Hall Richardson Apartments Russell Apartments Johnson Apartments Waksman Greenhouse Civil

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business.rutgers.edu Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Founded 1766 Rutgers Business School  

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of Law-Newark. business.rutgers.edu/taxmaccy Master of Accountancy in Taxation The Master of Accountancy School Master of Accountancy in Taxation Business Science Technology #12;How to Apply Phone: 973 for professionals who have already begun their careers, the Master of Accountancy in Taxation program positions

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Rutgers Retiree Volunteer Directory 10/8/2012 Rutgers University Page 1  

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Volunteer Directory 10/8/2012 Rutgers University Page 2 Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve.rutgers.edu/pt/volunteer.html Description: The Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve (JC NERR) is one of the 28 national

Garfunkel, Eric

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The Rutgers Center for Supply Chain Management at Rutgers Business School  

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The Rutgers Center for Supply Chain Management at Rutgers Business School presents a Summit Management--The Next Frontiers for Procurement at Bristol-Myers Squibb John N. Trush, Senior Supply Chain Management. Our mailing address is Center for Supply Chain Management, Rutgers Business School, 180

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The Rutgers Center for Supply Chain Management at Rutgers Business School  

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The Rutgers Center for Supply Chain Management at Rutgers Business School presents a Summit of industries. This summit is designed for business leaders who manage supply chain strategy and operations-refundable, substitutions permitted), payable by check to the Rutgers Center for Supply Chain Management. Our mailing

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Rutgers Supply Chain Management Fact Sheet Size of Rutgers SCM Programs (Year 2014)  

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Rutgers Supply Chain Management Fact Sheet Size of Rutgers SCM Programs (Year 2014) Full time SCM in U.S. (2008) Camcode listing 2013: Rutgers Undergraduate Major in Supply Chain Management appears first on list of Top 25 Supply Chain Management College Degree Programs Princeton Review October 2012

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The Rutgers Center for Supply Chain Management at Rutgers Business School  

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The Rutgers Center for Supply Chain Management at Rutgers Business School presents a Summit, Partnerships and Sourcing Excellence in Supply Chain Management and Procurement 12:00 ­ 1:00 p.m. Lunch for Supply Chain Management. Our mailing address is Center for Supply Chain Management, Rutgers Business

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FARROKH K. LANGDANA Rutgers Business School  

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1 FARROKH K. LANGDANA Rutgers Business School 180 University Avenue Newark, NJ 07102 USA Tel: (973) 353-5620 Langdana@business.Rutgers.edu SPECIALIZATION Macroeconomics, International Trade and Finance, Money and Banking, Finance, Economic History. EDUCATION Ph.D. (Economics), 1987, Virginia Polytechnic

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Community Engagement at Rutgers-Newark  

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Dana Library · The Hoboken Dual Language Charter School (HoLa) · Paul Robeson Galleries; Arts Education, the Graduate School-Newark, Rutgers Business School-Newark and New R utgers in Newark is one of three campuses School-Newark, Rutgers Business School-Newark and New #12;#12;Welcome

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Community Engagement at Rutgers-Newark  

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Dana Library · The Hoboken Dual Language Charter School (HoLa) · Paul Robeson Galleries; Arts Education, the Graduate School-Newark, Rutgers Business School-Newark and New R utgers in Newark is one of three campuses School-Newark, Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick, the School of Law-Newark, the College

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The Rutgers Envi-ronmental Stew-  

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Management Issues and Events from throughout New Jersey Page 1 Rutgers Cooperative Extension Environmental- gate reports of an aquatic invasive species in the pond. Water lettuce (Pistia stratiotes Aquatic Invasive Species to get to know By Nick Polanin, Rutgers Cooperative Extension Agricultural Agent

Goodman, Robert M.

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Rutgers Business School WHO CAN STUDY ABROAD?  

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Rutgers Business School WHO CAN STUDY ABROAD? Freshman can study abroad for the summer following and disciplinary standing at Rutgers. Most programs require a minimum GPA of 2.5 to 3.0. China Israel Wales Brazil **CIEE: Shanghai Business, Language, and Culture Shanghai Language of Instruction: English, Mandarin HONG

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Research and Innovation at Rutgers 2011  

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. At the heart of our success and rising global reputation are our 2,700 full-time faculty mem- bers, who of research centers, and many are supported by corporate members, such as Rutgers Wireless Information Network

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Rutgers Environmental Health & Safety Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey  

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over all battery terminals to prevent shorting. To participate in this event, please submit a waste-445-3109 Rutgers University Battery Collection Event REHS is providing an opportunity to have spent rechargeable batteries removed from your Rutgers laboratory, shop or office for recycling at no cost. This event is being

Delgado, Mauricio

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Rutgers Association of Marketing & Strategy is proud to announce its  

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Rutgers Association of Marketing & Strategy is proud to announce its 1st Annual Case Competition interested in showcasing their marketing and business strategy skills! RAMS is seeking twenty-five MBA Rutgers Business School's Rutgers Association of Marking and Strategy is sponsoring a case competition

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RUTGERS -THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY Data Mining  

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RUTGERS - THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY Data Mining Instructor: Dr. Hui Xiong E-mail: hxiong@rutgers.edu WEB : http://datamining.rutgers.edu Text Book: "Introduction to Data Mining", by Pang-Ning Tan useful information. Data mining holds great promise to address this problem by providing efficient

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The Historic Heartland of Rutgers University  

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CAMPUS GEORGEST EASTON AVE LDEN ST HARDE CONDICT ST L AVE ALLST STONE STBARTLETT ST ELL ST PROSPERST intact higher education build- ing and one of the oldest in the nation. Begun in 1809, the insti of Special Collections and University Archives of the Rutgers University Libraries and may not be reproduced

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iephs.rutgers.edu Inaugural Conference  

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@rutgers.edu Support This Conference is funded through a grant from the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security services, emergency management, law, public safety, criminal justice, homeland security, engineering, transportation science, pharmacology and drug development, environmental and exposure science, mathematics

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"What's Growing On..." RUTGERS COOPERATIVE EXTENSION  

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to Do in June 10 Things to Do in July 11 Things to Do in August 11-12 Rutgers Fact Sheets 13 Mountain- ored leaves and flowers come forward and dark ones push back. Tall and spreading plants or flat topped common. In the spring the galls swell. Avoid planting the alternate host near each other. Remove

Goodman, Robert M.

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RUTGERS POLICY Section: 60.1.13  

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and Administration Responsible Office: University Human Resources Originally Issued: 4/27/2001 Revisions: 8/1/2006; 7 Code of Student Conduct 5. Contacts University Human Resources: 732-932-3020 Rutgers University Police of a violent or intimidating nature. In a national culture that is becoming increasingly more violent

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sn.rutgers.edu Course Objectives  

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on your nursing education! Rutgers School of Nursing is proud to offer: Nursing as an Additional Language terminology, etc) � Socialization to the nursing profession � Informal meet and greets with School of Nursing Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program. Contact us for info: Time Commitment: Program is nine days for six

Cheng, Mei-Fang

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Associate Professor of Finance Rutgers Business School  

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and Tufano ed., Case Problems in Finance, Twelfth Edition McGraw-Hill Irwin and Harvard Business School, Case Problems in Finance, Twelfth Edition McGraw-Hill Irwin and Teaching Note, Harvard Business SchoolSIMI KEDIA Associate Professor of Finance Rutgers Business School Phone: 973-353-1145 Email: skedia

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Rutgers University Institute for Women's Leadership  

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around the globe grapple with new and entrenched challenges to women's rights and, more broadly to define and achieve women's human rights. The Center's research and programs focus on advancing economic1 Rutgers University Institute for Women's Leadership ADVANCING WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP FOR A JUST WORLD

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This free copy brought to you by Rutgers University, Office of Continuing Professional Education. Copyrighted materials (annotations) have been removed.  

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for bathing beaches SUBCHAPTER 6. GENERAL SANITATION AND MAINTENANCE 8:26-6.1 8:26-6.2 8:26-6.3 8:26-6.4 8 Showers Water closets and lavatories Wastewater disposal Solid waste disposal Potable water supply Drinking water fountains Food service Plumbing Supp. 4-20-09 #12;This free copy brought to you by Rutgers

Goodman, Robert M.

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Department of Statistics and Biostatistics Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey  

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Department of Statistics and Biostatistics Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Busch Campus@stat.rutgers.edu Phone: 848-445-2690 Fax: 848-445-3428 RUTGERS UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS AND BIOSTATISTICS www

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Department of Transportation Services http://aps.rutgers.edu Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey http://rudots.rutgers.edu  

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-5 minute walk. The duration of a transit trip between campuses averages from 5-20 minutes. Parking decks on the New Brunswick/Piscataway campus of Rutgers University. Parking at Rutgers is extremely limited, but we as post-operative recovery, complication of pregnancy or orthopedic problems.) Short­term parking permits

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RUTGERS MOBILE APP Stay connected with the Rutgers mobile application, available for the iPhone, iPad, iPod, as well  

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- 1 - RUTGERS MOBILE APP Stay connected with the Rutgers mobile application, available for the iPhone, iPad, iPod, as well as Android phones and tablets. The Rutgers App provides quick, on-the-go access, and more. How to request this service: The Rutgers Mobile App can be downloaded at the App

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Report to the New Jersey State Board of Agriculture Rutgers NJAES sponsored a forum, "GMOs: Questions and Answers for New Jersey Farmers," on May 9  

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, "GMOs: Questions and Answers for New Jersey Farmers," on May 9 at the Rutgers EcoComplex in Bordentown "Busting the Myths Surrounding Genetically Engineered Foods." Cara Cuite, associate research professor on "Public Perceptions of GM Food." Brad Hillman, senior associate director, NJAES, and director

Goodman, Robert M.

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Nina Shapley Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Rutgers University  

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Nina Shapley Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Rutgers University Flow of the branching ratio and geometry on the observed concentration and flow fields, for particle volume fractions

Young, Yuan N.

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Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion  

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Law schools are known for their efforts to create online law journals, and the Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion was the âfirst online legal journal dedicated to the study of the dynamic interaction between law and religion.â Started in 1999, the journal has published dozens of articles written by law students at Rutgers, and they have covered subjects such as the role of faith-based institutions in community development and the status of female refugees. Visitors can browse through their online archives to read these articles, and they may also wish look over their âNew Developmentsâ section. Here they will find brief summaries of current issues in law and religion. With its broad scope, this online journal will be of interest to those in the legal field, or those who might be looking for inspiration to start their own journal in this area.

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RUTGERS UNIVERSITY STUDENT PRE-ENTRANCE IMMUNIZATION RECORD  

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: (Consult your personal physician or Rutgers Health Services if you have questions about these immunizationsRUTGERS UNIVERSITY STUDENT PRE-ENTRANCE IMMUNIZATION RECORD To be completed and signed by your in a country with a high prevalence of TB (If past positive TB skin test, do not repeat. Please record the date

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www.cmd.rutgers.edu/innovation Gain the skills to  

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for the BioPharma industry's future role in the management of chronic diseases. The program culminates professors from Rutgers Business School, the School of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers Law School, and industry experts in the areas of Biotech and Pharmaceuticals Who Should Attend The Mini-MBATM: Bio

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NEWS DIGEST www.newark.rutgers.edu/oc/pubs/connections  

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Muslim U.S. Army Chaplain at Guantanamo Bay prison camp, Cuba, talked about his experiences there included the Rutgers-Newark School of Law; Dana Library; Honors College; Women's Studies Program; Campus Club; Rutgers Acts for Peace and Justice; A.W.A.R.E; Black Organization of Students; Muslim Student

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Rutgers University Open Access Policy Open Access Subcommittee  

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Institutions), BOAI (Budapest Open Access Initiative), and others i. develop programs to educate the RutgersRutgers University Open Access Policy Resolution Open Access Subcommittee Research & Graduate-driven publication repository for published papers and books. Provide data about similar services at peer

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RUTGERS ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON MEDICAL SCHOOL NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY  

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-01-35-25:00); #12;i. Discrimination based on race, religion, ethnicity, sex, age, sexual orientation, and physicalRUTGERS ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON MEDICAL SCHOOL NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION IN THE TEACHER-LEARNER RELATIONSHIP I. PREAMBLE RUTGERS Robert Wood Johnson Medical School is committed

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Rutgers Business School Professor Simi Kedia Corporate Finance  

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of predation based on agency problems in financial contracting, American Economic Review, 80, 93 - 106. AgarwalRutgers Business School Professor Simi Kedia Corporate Finance Office: WP - 1132 26:390:572 Phone: 848-445-4195 Spring 2012 Email: skedia@business.rutgers.edu 1WP - 502 This is a tentative Syllabus

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nursing.rutgers.eduRutgers, The State University of New Jersey Curriculum effective Fall Term 2014  

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Health and Illness of Adults & Older Adults I 5 NURS:370 Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing 5 NURS:411 3: 16 Credits NURS:342 Health and Illness of Adults and Older Adults II 5 NURS:390 Health The Accelerated BSN Program, offered by Rutgers School of Nursing is designed for students who have already earned

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Office of Career Management Rutgers Business School: UndergraduateNew Brunswick  

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Office of Career Management Rutgers Business School: Undergraduate­New Brunswick Rutgers, The State rbscareers@business.rutgers.edu #12;Office of Career Management The Office of Career Management who are enrolled in the Rutgers Business School. We strive to be a source for top talent by preparing

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Yanhong Jin Department of Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics  

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2002, June-September 1999 Development Research Group, The World Bank, Washington D.C. · Young ScientistYanhong Jin Department of Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics Rutgers, The State University-932-8887; E-mail: yjin@aesop.rutgers.edu EDUCATION Ph.D. Agricultural and Resource Economics, University

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How do preschoolers make moral decisions? Janani Prabhakar (jprabhak@eden.rutgers.edu), Deena Skolnick Weisberg (deenasw@ruccs.rutgers.edu), Alan M. Leslie (aleslie@ruccs.rutgers.edu)  

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@ruccs.rutgers.edu) Cognitive Development Lab, Rutgers University Department of Psychology, Piscataway, NJ. E., Darley, J. M., Cohen, J. D. (2001). An fMRI Investigation of Emotional Engagement in Moral

Weisberg, Deena Skolnick

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Rutgers University Center for Mathematics, Science & Computer Education  

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Rutgers University Center for Mathematics, Science & Computer Education New Media: Creativity summer Mini-Conference. This year's theme is Creativity & Innovation. Student: creativity! Providing students with an opportunity to create, innovate and critically

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Rutgers University Center for Mathematics, Science & Computer Education  

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Rutgers University Center for Mathematics, Science & Computer Education NEW Addition Educator · Classroom Management using 21st Century Tools · Web-Based Tools for Designing Creative Multimedia Presentations · Using iPads for Projects Across

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Rutgers University in Newark ACenturyofReachingHigher  

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halls carry laptops as well as books while chatting on cell phones. But don't be fooled; even though are the modern classrooms, libraries and labs of today's Rutgers University in Newark. The students who prowl our

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An Open Access Policy at Rutgers The Rutgers University Senate will vote in October, 2012, on a resolution to  

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Metadata Librarian, Rutgers University Libraries Robert M. Goodman, Senator; Executive Dean of Agriculture, Business, Law School, Medical School) http://osc.hul.harvard.edu/policies Mass. Institute of Technology

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Fall2010a publication to connect you with Rutgers University, Newark in print and online  

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, FIND US ONLINE: www.newark.rutgers.edu www.rnphotos.blogspot.com http://twitter.com/rutgers_newark www.facebook use by addicts, among many other projects. Staff engaged in the proposal submission process received

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Structural Geology and Tectonics at RUTGERS Roy W. Schlische, Associate Professor; Ph.D., Columbia,  

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://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~geolweb/ Structure Group Website: http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~schlisch/ 5 cm #12;Student Research Projects Rolf VStructural Geology and Tectonics at RUTGERS Faculty Roy W. Schlische, Associate Professor; Ph.D., Columbia, Extensional tectonics; structural and stratigraphic evolution of rift basins; growth

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December 2010 Features | News | Media | Events Business, Science, and Technology Rutgers IEMBA grad  

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December 2010 Features | News | Media | Events Business, Science, and Technology Rutgers IEMBA grad at business.rutgers.edu/news Student perspective on Social Media as Rutgers Business School embraces Computer Design and Integration (New York, NY) - December 9, 2010 Alumnus Rich Falcone (BS in Marketing

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Rutgers University Events RSS Service User Guide Page 1 of 11  

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posted to Rutgers Calendar of Events · Event must not have concluded by the current date CustomizingRutgers University Events RSS Service ­ User Guide Page 1 of 11 Events RSS Service User Guide Enterprise Systems and Services Sept 2009 #12;Rutgers University Events RSS Service ­ User Guide Page 2 of 11

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Rutgers University Center for Mathematics, Science & Computer Education  

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Rutgers University Center for Mathematics, Science & Computer Education New Media, New the new school year. Session Offerings: · A Day in the Life of a Digital Educator · Classroom Management using 21st Century Tools · Web-Based Tools for Designing Creative Multimedia Presentations · Using i

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Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey The MISSION  

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placed security cameras in multiple locations throughout the University. The purpose of these cameras exemplary services. Cameras for Safety! Rutgers is dedicated to providing a safe campus environment and has to become part of our team. Becoming a CSO, ESO or EMT can open the door to careers in security services

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Rutgers University Academic Integrity Policy1 Effective September 1, 2013  

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. · the reputation of the University for integrity in its teaching, research, and scholarship is maintainedRutgers University Academic Integrity Policy1 Effective September 1, 2013 I. Academic Integrity University is committed to fostering an intellectual and ethical environment based on the principles

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RUTGERS ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON MEDICAL SCHOOL NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY  

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MANUAL POLICY#: XI.10 SECTION: INSTITUTIONAL POLICIES RELEVANT TO GME SUBJECT: EXCLUDED INDIVIDUALS AND ENTITIES I. PURPOSE To establish a policy governing the RUTGERS Robert Wood Johnson Medical School or GSA listing of excluded parties. These listings can be accessed on the Internet in a searchable format

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Rutgers University Senate Research & Graduate & Professional Education Committee  

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`s previous open access initiatives, including its Open Access requirement for dissertations and its supportRutgers University Senate Research & Graduate & Professional Education Committee Open Access for published papers and books. Provide data about similar services at peer and aspirant universities. #12

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Rutgers Business School Master of Quantitative Finance Program Learning Goals  

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current business practices. Objectives a. Students will be able to identify problems in a situation. b and situations to make business decisions. Objectives a. Students will be able to recognize ethical problemsRutgers Business School Master of Quantitative Finance Program Learning Goals February 17, 2011 1

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Rutgers Business School Master of Information Technology Program Learning Goals  

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current business practices. Objectives a. Students will be able to identify problems in a situation. b in businesses. b. Students will be able to analyze and solve complex business problems with cutting edgeRutgers Business School Master of Information Technology Program Learning Goals October 2011 1

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ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS Online application (gradstudy.rutgers.edu/apply/overview)  

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in computational and integrative biology. ccib.camden.rutgers.edu/graduate-program #12;FACULTY AND RESEARCH AREA and Integrative Biology seminar series offers interesting presentations related to research in computational showing the completion of an undergraduate degree in one of the natural sciences, mathematics, computer

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Rutgers University Center for Math, Science and Computer Education (CMSCE)  

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. With all the emphasis on the new Common Core State Standards, it's important & Unpacking the Standards Tuesday, March 18, 2014 10:00 AM-12:00 PM Rutgers Busch the Standards". Presenter: Clair Ransom, former teacher and administrator in the New

Kiledjian, Mike

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RUTGERS -THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY Data Mining  

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RUTGERS - THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY Data Mining Fall 2012 Instructor: Dr. Hui Xiong E or by appointment Text Book: "Introduction to Data Mining", by Pang-Ning Tan, Michael Steinbach, Vipin Kumar for analysts to sift through the data even though it may contain useful information. Data mining holds great

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RUTGERS -THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY Data Mining  

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RUTGERS - THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY Data Mining Spring 2011 Instructor: Dr. Hui Xiong E-353-5261 Text Book: "Introduction to Data Mining", by Pang-Ning Tan, Michael Steinbach, Vipin Kumar, Addison for analysts to sift through the data even though it may contain useful information. Data mining holds great

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RUTGERS -THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY Data Mining  

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RUTGERS - THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY Data Mining Fall 2013 Instructor: Dr. Hui Xiong E: "Introduction to Data Mining", by Pang-Ning Tan, Michael Steinbach, Vipin Kumar, Addison Wesley, ISBN: 0 even though it may contain useful information. Data mining holds great promise to address this problem

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The kick-off for the Rutgers River  

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water, prevent water pollution, and in- (Continued on page 2) River Friendly Businesses in Morris County. Dolores Stammer, Northwest Jersey Small Business Development Center, provided the economic insightThe kick-off for the Rutgers River Friendly Business Program in Morris County was a breakfast event

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RATIONALITY AND SELF-CONFIDENCE Frank Arntzenius, Rutgers University  

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RATIONALITY AND SELF-CONFIDENCE Frank Arntzenius, Rutgers University 1. Why be self-confident? Hair their own degrees of belief as epistemically deficient. To coin a term: real people tend to be `self-confident'. The puzzle that Gibbard poses is that he can see no good reason to be self-confident. For, according

Fitelson, Branden

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About| Rutgers University in Newark is one of three campuses of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, a public research university which is one  

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Undergraduate Majors: 40+ Graduate Programs: 50 + (JD, MA, MBA, MFA, MPA, MS, Ph.D.) Athletics: 14 NCAA DivisionAbout| Rutgers University in Newark is one of three campuses of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, a public research university which is one of the 61 members of the Association of American

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MBA/MS in Operations Research and Business Analytics (MBA-ORBA) Rutgers Business School & Rutgers Graduate School of Arts and SciencesNew Brunswick  

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and an understanding of how these are applied to business and management problems. It is a thirty (30) credit degreeMBA/MS in Operations Research and Business Analytics (MBA-ORBA) Rutgers Business School & Rutgers Research and Business Analytics (MBA-ORBA) Summary The dual MBA/MS degree in Operations Research

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Quantity Food Production Instructor: Jim Vernere Teaching Assistant  

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to incorporate food/recipe composition, flavor, color, texture, temperature, shape and form. 6. DevelopQuantity Food Production 11:709:344 Instructor: Jim Vernere Teaching Assistant: Department 2:15- 3:35 Davison 122 Course website: sakai.rutgers.edu (Quantity Foods Spring 2014) Textbook: None

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The transformative value of food: A review essay  

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Kahn, Miriam. 1986. Always Hungry, Never Greedy: Food and the Expression of Gender in a Melanesian Society. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Meigs, Anna. 1984. Food, Sex, and Pollution: A New Guinea Religion. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.Young, Michael W. 1971. Fighting with Food: Leadership, Values, and Social Control in a Massim Society. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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Institute for Ethical Leadership Rutgers Business SchoolNewark and New Brunswick  

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://nwkparking.rutgers.edu/locations). This parking facility is about a 4 block walk to the Newark Museum.. Flights: Newark International Airport (EWR to take a cab or car service. By car, the trip from EWR to Rutgers-Newark is approximately 20 minutes.business.rutgers.edu/IEL 973-353-1134 Fax: 973-353-1136 LaGuardia International Airport (LGA) or JFK International Airport (JFK

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Food  

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This entire issue is devoted to the problem of producing enough food for the world population and of distributing it equitably. Areas covered include reports on the latest agricultural research, biological research concerned with more efficient photosynthesis, nutrition, and the world social structure, politics, and economics of food. (MA)

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The Rutgers Difference A closer look at our Supply Chain Management  

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The Rutgers Difference A closer look at our Supply Chain Management and Marketing Sciences of Supply Chain Management and Marketing Sciences, Rutgers Business School Click here for more information companies do business with each other and have created a strong emphasis on supply chain management

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[Type text] Offered by the Center for Supply Chain Management at Rutgers  

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[Type text] Offered by the Center for Supply Chain Management at Rutgers Business School A Certificate Program in Supply Chain Management Rutgers Business School's Center for Supply Chain Management. This exciting program covers the major aspects of supply chain management, including strategy, sourcing

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Rehabilitation of Musculoskeletal Injuries Using the Rutgers Ankle Haptic Interface: Three Case Reports  

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The efficacy of virtual reality-based rehabilitation for orthopedic patients needs to be determined. This paper presents three case studies in which the use of the Rutgers Ankle haptic interface for ankle rehabilitation is evaluated. The Rutgers Ankle is a computer-controlled compact robotic platform that measures foot position and orientation and provides resistive forces and torques, It has been integrated with

Judith E. Deutsch; Jason Latonio; Grigore Burdea; Rares Boian

2001-01-01

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ECONOMICS 220-507: ECONOMETRICS I Dr. Kusum Mundra Rutgers University, Newark  

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1 ECONOMICS 220-507: ECONOMETRICS I Dr. Kusum Mundra Rutgers University, Newark Lectures: Th: 5 by appointment Phone: 973-353-5350 Email: kmundra@andromeda.rutgers.edu Aim Econometrics, literally "economic presents topics in econometrics including a review of the classical linear regression model and some

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Rutgers University School of Environmental & Biological Sciences Horticultural Therapy: Techniques & Programming  

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Rutgers University School of Environmental & Biological Sciences Horticultural Therapy: Techniques & Programming 11:776:325:01 SYLLABUS Spring 2013 DATE TOPIC REQUIRED READING Jan 22 Orientation to Course for Developmentally Disabled CH 6 Mar 5 Gardening With Children 1 Guest Lecturer: Jim Nichnadowicz, 4-H Agent, Rutgers

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A Survey of Rutgers University Scholarship Recipients. AIR 1986 Annual Forum Paper.  

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The effect of Rutgers University's merit-based scholarship program on attracting talented students, students' experiences at the university, and the provision of high quality education was studied. The university merit awards fell into four categories: Rutgers Presidential Scholar Award, five National Merit and five National Achievement

Kanarek, Ellen Armstrong

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--------Original Message --------Subject: [robo-ms] Fwd: [robotics-worldwide] Tenure Track Robotics Position at Rutgers  

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-------- Original Message -------- Subject: [robo-ms] Fwd: [robotics-worldwide] Tenure Track Robotics Position at Rutgers University, Dept of CS Date: Sat, 22 Oct 2011 15:25:43 -0400 From: Kostas@cs.rutgers.edu> Date: Fri, Oct 21, 2011 at 10:48 AM Subject: [robotics-worldwide] Tenure Track Robotics Position

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June 13 -15, 2012 A Rutgers University Certificate Program: Rutgers-Livingston campus Strategies for Managing Your End-to-End  

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Rutgers Business School Joseph Slota, CMA, CLM Director/ Supply Chain Leader Deloitte Consulting LLP Mark that is grounded in today's business needs for competitive effectiveness and operations efficiency. What is Supply

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Director's Message by Troy Hallman UNIVERSITY OF  

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. Within the past few weeks, we have hired very quali- fied and outstanding veterinarians into two of ARIES. Dr. Jennifer Davis, DVM, will as- sume the role of Compliance Liaison Veterinarian. Dr. Davis has the prospect of bringing Julie and Jennifer to Penn. They both begin on or about August 1st . I will officially

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Overview Of Optical Fiber Research At Rutgers University  

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The Fiber Optic Materials Research Program (FOMRP) was established in July 1985 at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey through major funding from the New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology. This summary outlines some of the important features of FOMRP including basic program goals and objectives, current research initiatives and thrust areas, the role of corporate and government sponsors, present and future availability of research facilities, of recent scientific publications, the make-up of FOMRP faculty and graduate students and a listing of recent scientific publications.

Sigel, George H.

1990-02-01

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$30M NSF Grants Establish New Centers For Learning and Teaching at Missouri, Rutgers, Berkeley  

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... $30M NSF Grants Establish New Centers For Learning and Teaching at Missouri, Rutgers, Berkeley ... science of learning." UC-Berkeley has titled its center "Technology-Enhanced Learning in Science ...

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Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Douglass Psychology Child Study Center  

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Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Douglass Psychology Child Study Center 26 Nichol Avenue:__________________________ Relationship to child: _______________________ Address: ________________________ Other adult(s) authorized _____________________________________ and the Douglass (Parent/Guardian Name) Psychology Child Study Center for services

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Office of Student Affairs Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey  

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on topics like managing stress, eating disorders, self-esteem, and anxiety. TELEPHONE/ONLINE Online students" on Facebook, visit our website, or stop in and say hello. Rutgers School of Health Related Professions shrp

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Think MBA! Think Rutgers MBA! Full-Time MBA Program in Newark  

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corporations, excel in their discipline and build businesses of their own. Reputation Rutgers Business School placement. Real World Experience Corporate internship placement, MBA Team Consulting courses, case study & global markets Strong corporate partnerships ·Partnershipswithleadingexecutives at top corporations

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Rutgers University: New Jersey Mosquito Homepage-Mosquito Biology  

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As the weather warms and the pre-summer rains fall, the familiar buzz of the mosquito can be heard in our ears. This website from entomologists at Rutgers University provides a nice overview of Mosquito Biology including sections on Life Cycle, Anatomy, Habitats, and Behavior. The site also includes some New Jersey-specific sections such as A Classification System for the Life Cycles of Mosquitoes in New Jersey, a fact sheet about the Asian Tiger Mosquito in New Jersey, a Morphological Comparison of Ochlerotatus Species in New Jersey, and a New Jersey Species List. The Species List contains profiles for 63 species of mosquitoes found in New Jersey, and provides information about their geographic distribution, larval habitat, larval identification, anatomical features, and more.

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Hip and Trendy: Characterizing Emerging Trends on Twitter School of Communication and Information, Rutgers University, 4 Huntington St., New Brunswick, NJ 08901.  

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and Information, Rutgers University, 4 Huntington St., New Brunswick, NJ 08901. E-mail: mor@rutgers.edu Hila, NY 10027. E-mail: {hila, gravano}@cs.columbia.edu Twitter, Facebook, and other related systems

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Rutgers Business School's Marketing MBA provides the skills needed to prepare students for executive careers across a spectrum of industry sectors. Rutgers not  

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in marketing strategy, research, and consumer behavior, but also offers innovative courses like marketing of the effectiveness of Professor Sawhill in teaching all of us not only the foundation of marketing theory, strategiesRutgers Business School's Marketing MBA provides the skills needed to prepare students

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Rutgers Business School's Undergraduate Program in New Brunswick offers a minor in Business Administration. The goals of the Rutgers Business School minor in Business Administration are  

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to make positive contributions to the economy of New Jersey and the world. UNDERGRADUATE BUSINESSRutgers Business School's Undergraduate Program in New Brunswick offers a minor in Business Administration. The goals of the Rutgers Business School minor in Business Administration are: · To acquire

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Mentoring Graduate Students in Physics and Astronomy at Rutgers University  

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The Graduate Program in Physics and Astronomy at Rutgers University involves about 100 graduate students and over 70 faculty members. Research opportunities include experimental and theoretical activities in astronomy, condensed matter, high-energy, and nuclear physics, as well as new initiatives in biological and nano physics and physics education research. Faculty and peer mentors, as well as an academic advisor, are identified for each graduate student upon arrival at Rutgers. All first-year graduate students, without regard to background, are required to participate in the Seminar in Physics, which introduces the graduate students to the breadth of research opportunities, as well as advising students about the academic requirements and preparing for the broad spectrum of future career opportunities. Annual activities in this seminar include sessions at which recent graduates of the program discuss their careers outside of academia or basic research. The course requirements for the Ph.D. in Physics include 2 courses outside of the area of research, one of which can be a course outside of the departmental offerings. Since most students have the option to register for many courses after completing the formal requirements, most students take courses in computer science, engineering, or finance as part of their education. Within one year of advancement to Ph.D. candidacy, students are expected to have the first meeting with their research committee, at which the results of a trial project are presented both orally and in a short written report, and which also serves as a test of the student's aptitude for study in the chosen area and with the chosen advisor. Subsequently, every student is required to meet at least annually with this committee. As a result of these mentoring activities, the time to Ph.D. is now less than 6 years on average. Although about 1/2 of the students assume post-doctoral positions upon completion of the Ph.D., our alumni obtain careers in a broad range of fields, including finance and management consulting.

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Goal 5: Cultivate an actively engaged Rutgers Engineering community whose students, faculty, staff, alumni and partners are committed to the School's principles and advancement.  

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Goal 5: Cultivate an actively engaged Rutgers Engineering community whose students, faculty, staff, alumni and partners are committed to the School's principles and advancement. 1 Goal 5: Cultivating an actively engaged Rutgers Engineering community #12;Goal 5: Cultivate an actively engaged Rutgers

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The Finance MBA at Rutgers Business School provides broad professional competence and skills to prepare students for careers in executive positions at banks, financial  

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The Finance MBA at Rutgers Business School provides broad professional competence and skills.C., an MBA in finance from Rutgers connects students with excellent job opportunities with the best and financial institutions who serve as guest speakers and hire Rutgers grads. Finance focuses on all aspects

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Campus Building Name Coordinator's Name Phone # Email Busch 96 Davidson (University Relations) Rae Frisch 848-445-1901 rfrisch@ur.rutgers.edu  

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@biomaps.rutgers.edu Busch Libraries Tech Svc Bldg John Brennan 848-445-5863 brennanj@rci.rutgers.edu Busch Libraries Tech,B,C,D Wings Ken Stevens 732-445-3847 stevens@biology.rutgers.edu Busch Pharmacy Jenny Visaggio 848

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The Ocean Sciences RIOS REU Site at Rutgers University  

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The Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences (IMCS) at Rutgers University recently completed the first year of its new NSF Ocean Sciences-supported REU site. This program is called RIOS, for Research Internships in Ocean Sciences. The program enrolled 15 students for a 10-week program, 11 located on the New Brunswick campus, and 4 at the Tuckerton field station. NSF funds supported ten of these students and funds from several other sources supported the other five students. All students participated in the group activities during the first and last weeks and periodically throughout the summer. One day of the first week was devoted to a Hudson River plume cruise, which introduced the students to river plume systems and provided data for a group project. Students pursued a variety of individual research projects with faculty mentors, explored the use of MATLAB for data analysis, and collaborated in the analysis of the Hudson plume data. The program culminated in a poster session with presentations of all the individual projects. This presentation will present highlights of the RIOS program, discuss its successes and areas for improvement, and outline plans for next summer.

Grassle, J. P.; Ammerman, J. W.; Quinlan, J. A.; Deluca, M. P.

2004-12-01

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Grid Based Monitoring on the Rutgers CDF Analysis Farm  

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Run II at the Fermilab Tevatron Collider started in March 2001, and it will continue probing the high energy frontier in particle physics until the start of the LHC at CERN. The CDF collaboration at Fermilab has already stored 260 TB of data and expects to store 1PB of data in the next two years. The HEXCAF computing farm is being set up at Rutgers University to provide the software environment, computing resources, and access to data for physicists participating in the Collaboration. Some job submission, detector data access and storage of the output results are based on the SAM-GRID tools. To extend monitoring for these jobs running on the farm a bridge was developed between the SAM-GRID monitoring tools and the internal farm monitoring. This presentation will describe the configuration and functionality of the HEXCAF farm with the emphasis on the monitoring tools. Finally we summarize our experience of installing and operating a GRID environment on a remote cluster that is being used for real physics studi...

Jacques, P; Terekhov, I; Watts, T

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What are students looking for? Tradition and Innovation at Rutgers.  

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The Rutgers Physics Department has been engaged in a reassessment of its undergraduate program so as to be more effective and more responsive to the needs and expectations of its students. One aspect is the gradual restructuring of the introductory courses by transforming the traditional lecture-recitation-laboratory format. The lectures are more interactive with the help of a student - response system, the recitation time includes a hands-on minilab component and discussion of problems with increased physical content, and the experiments are better integrated with the other components of the course. There are also honors courses, and parallel courses for at-risk students with additional time and some special features. The Math and Science Learning Center provides support for all courses. A web-based program of communication and assignments has greatly improved the interaction with the students. The second aspect is the offering of several major programs in addition to the traditional `professional' curriculum. These include the general major, the applied major, and programs jointly with the College of Engineering. An essential component for these reforms is the support within the Department as well as outside.

Lindenfeld, Peter

2001-03-01

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Syllabus for Math 135, Sections 54-56 Prerequisite: Placement into calculus, Rutgers Math 112 or Math 115, or equivalent.  

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Syllabus for Math 135, Sections 54-56 Fall 2010 Prerequisite: Placement into calculus, Rutgers Math 112 or Math 115, or equivalent. Text: CALCULUS and Its Applications, Custom Edition for Rutgers University Published by Pearson Custom Publishing. Copyright 2004 and earlier. Course Web Page: http://www.math

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Syllabus for Math 135, Sections 15-17 Prerequisite: Placement into calculus, Rutgers Math 112 or Math 115, or equivalent.  

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Syllabus for Math 135, Sections 15-17 Fall 2010 Prerequisite: Placement into calculus, Rutgers Math 112 or Math 115, or equivalent. Text: CALCULUS and Its Applications, Custom Edition for Rutgers University Published by Pearson Custom Publishing. Copyright 2004 and earlier. Course Web Page: http://www.math

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rutgers economic advisory service center for urban policy research edward j. bloustein school of planning and public policy  

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© rutgers economic advisory service · center for urban policy research edward j. bloustein school.d. michael l. lahr, ph.d. center for urban policy research r econ tm rutgers Economic advisory service e of the year, even since our last forecast was made in July 2011. New problems keep cropping up that diminish

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Monthly Highlights from Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station May/June 2009 When Rutgers hosted the New Jersey Restaurant  

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they would order more local food if their wholesale distributors offered "Breakout Price Lists" dis & Restaurateur Survey Informs us on Wholesale Distributors' Role in Local Food Jack Rabin, Associate Director, 2008 it was a veritable local food feast. The meeting concluded with an exotic yet fresh "100 Mile

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kudos: a selection of recent awards and honors received by Rutgers-Newark faculty and staff  

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Grace Amendola, assistant professor, College of Nursing, received a faculty award from the New Jersey Nursing Students Association. Mark Angelson, alumnus, Rutgers School of Law-- Newark, and chair of New assistant professor, College of Nursing, wrote a chapter titled "Starting a Practice and Practice Management

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Emergency Action Plan and Annexes 2013 Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey 13 of 37  

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PSYCHOLOGICAL CRISIS/SUICIDE THREAT A psychological crisis exists when someone is threatening harm to themselves-932-7111, HSC-N 973-972-4491, Newark 973-353-5111, Camden 856-225-6111.. If someone is contemplating suicide Science Campus at Newark call 973-972-5429 or visit http://njms.rutgers.edu/departments/family

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fMRI Brain Image Retrieval Based on ICA Components bbai@cs.rutgers.edu  

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fMRI Brain Image Retrieval Based on ICA Components Bing Bai bbai@cs.rutgers.edu Department This manuscript proposes a retrieval system for fMRI brain images. Our goal is to find a similarity- metric to enable us to support queries for "similar tasks" for retrieval on a large collection of brain ex

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Announcing a Scholarship Offered by the Advisory Board of the Rutgers Center for Supply Chain Management  

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Management Are you a current first-year, full-time MBA student concentrating in Supply Chain Management? Do you have background or experience in some area of supply chain management? Are you actively involved in the Supply Chain Management program at Rutgers Business School? Are you interested in being considered

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MBA in Supply Chain Management (SCM) Facts of Rutgers SCM-MBAs  

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MBA in Supply Chain Management (SCM) Facts of Rutgers SCM-MBAs 100% Internship placement rate (2009 of SCM-MBAs A Sample of Related Occupations Supply Chain Management Salary Trends According to a recently completed IndustryWeek's 2010 Salary Survey, the average supply chain manager in the manufacturer sector

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Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Department of Supply Chain Management and Marketing Sciences  

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Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Department of Supply Chain Management and Marketing Sciences Tenure-track Positions in Supply Chain Management (SCM) The Department of Supply Chain Management and Marketing Sciences (SCMMS) invites applications for tenure-track positions in Supply Chain Management

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The Rutgers Center for Supply Chain Management is pleased to present  

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The Rutgers Center for Supply Chain Management is pleased to present A Summit on Best Practices Learned from a Capsule to Tablet Conversion Cecil R. House, Vice President, Supply Chain Management, PSEG, Vice President, Supply Chain Management, PSEG Services Corporation Dr. Lei Lei, Associate Professor

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Monthly Briefing from Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station Volume 6, Issue 3 March 2012  

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how a piece of equipment influences my farm utility costs?" Yea, neither has Jack ­ but it turns out's individual energy usage and make some real changes to cut costs. Partnering with NRCS NJ USDA, NJAES Clayton; Call to register (856) 589-5250 Wed. March 14, 8:30 am; Monmouth County Rutgers Ag Extension

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Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station Cooperative Extension of Somerset County  

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Floriculture Greenhouses, Cook Campus New Brunswick, New Jersey Dr. George Wulster, Rutgers Cooperative Extension Specialist in Floriculture has announced his annual production and variety trial open house. More between the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Floriculture Greenhouses that are located behind Blake

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The Empirical Case for Bare Demonstratives in Vision Zenon Pylyshyn, Rutgers Center for Cognitive Science  

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. What does all this have to do with connecting vision and the world?.................... 20 References for Cognitive Science, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ 1. Background of fashion in the middle third of the 20th century. It seems to me that there were two things that made

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April 2010 News | Media | Events Business, Science, and Technology Rutgers Day 2010  

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centers Publicize your event PSEG CEO Ralph Izzo next speaker of RBS "CEO Lecture Series" "Climate Change: Implications for National Security and the Economy" Dean Michael R. Cooper, PhD and the Rutgers Business School national case competition Mayor Booker and Obama Administration Official Deliver Remarks at Exports

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RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE AND DENTISTRY OF NEW JERSEY  

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RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE AND DENTISTRY OF NEW JERSEY and Dentistry of New Jersey BIOTECHNOLOGY TRAINING PROGRAM The PhD Training Program in Biotechnology of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) was established in 1989. It is one

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Personal Trainer: Vibiana Bowman--Paul Robeson Library, Rutgers University-Camden, NJ  

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Vibiana Bowman enjoys spending time with young adults--which is just as well since she has a few of her own, has done her time as scout leader, and now teaches proper research methods to students at Rutgers University--Camden. She first discovered how much this instruction was needed when she noticed her own kids cutting and pasting copy from the

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A PUBLICATION OF THE INTERNATIONALLY ACCREDITED RUTGERS UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT Fire Safety  

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Sexual Assault Victim's Bill of Rights 20 Zero Tolerance for Harassment at Rutgers 22 Missing Student Police Authority 6 Working Relationships 7 Reporting Crimes & Emergencies 8 Timely Warnings 8 Emergency Office of Violence Prevention & Victim Assistance 18 Sexual Assault Notification Procedures 19 Campus

Neimark, Alexander V.

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Exam 2: Effective Supply Management Performance Location: Rutgers University, (Building TBA)  

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Exam 2: Effective Supply Management Performance Location: Rutgers University, (Building TBA) Date the content and organization of Exam 2: Effective Supply Management Performance of the Professional in Supply Management certification exam series. Each attendee will be provided a full set of Exam Study Guides

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kudos: a selection of recent awards and honors received by Rutgers-Newark faculty and staff  

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, Student and Community Affairs, was named the 2012 "Steward of the Dream" of the annual Rev. Dr. Martin Buzsáki, Rutgers Board of Governors Distinguished Professor of Neuroscience, along with two other and Behavioral Neuroscience, received a 2011 Chancellor's Community Engagement Award. Mahmud Hassan, professor

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PART III DIVISION 15 PAGE 1 RUTGERS DESIGN STANDARDS MANUAL MAY 2007 DIVISION 15 MECHANICAL  

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are discouraged unless dictated by cooling load requirements, safety considerations or inability of HVAC system. If this is not possible, the use of an electrically driven steam generator that can be separately metered (electrically shall apply unless otherwise approved by Rutgers: Winter: Non-critical areas such as offices, classrooms

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Page 1 Vol. 18 No. 1 A Rutgers Cooperative Extension Publication  

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Page 1 Vol. 18 No. 1 INSIDE A Rutgers Cooperative Extension Publication March 15, 2012 Landscape prior to making plant purchases. While there are microclimate locations that can support warmer and landscape turf due to the very warm winter. Gray snow mold, caused by the fungus Typhula incarnata, has been

Goodman, Robert M.

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Monthly Highlights from Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station January 2009 Weed Control Strategy Differences in  

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Monthly Highlights from Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station January 2009 Weed in Weed Science and Jack Rabin, Associate Director - Farm Programs Continued on page 2 Let no weeds go to seeds. Farmers wanting to control weeds with non-chemical herbicide alternatives should

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A new agreement between Rutgers-Newark and a Cambodian human rights  

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Depression. But time has proven the founders of what is now Rutgers Business School (RBS) had been right: The school celebrated its 75th anniversary with a "Dean's Gala" April 27 and with the recent publication, after facing challenging times in terms of drawing students during the Depression and World War II, what

Hanson, Stephen José

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RUTGERS -THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY Data Mining (26:198:685)  

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RUTGERS - THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY Data Mining (26:198:685) Spring 2009 Instructor: Dr · Office Phone: 973-353-5261 · Text Book: "Introduction to Data Mining", by Pang-Ning Tan, Michael, it is difficult for analysts to sift through the data even though it may contain useful information. Data mining

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Telerehabilitation Using the Rutgers Master II Glove Following Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery: Proof-of-Concept  

Microsoft Academic Search

Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by the compression of the median nerve as it transits the carpal tunnel, with an incidence of about 1% of the population. If surgery is needed, the treatment involves decompression of the median nerve followed sometimes by musculoskeletal outpatient rehabilitation. This paper presents a proof-of-concept pilot clinical trial in which the Rutgers Masters II haptic

Andrew Heuser; Hristian Kourtev; Scott Winter; Devin Fensterheim; Grigore Burdea; Vincent Hentz; Pamela Forducey

2007-01-01

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Rutgers Has Been Admitted to the CIC December 5, 2012  

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, cyber-security, and food safety. Many of our faculty members already collaborate with colleagues from information on the CIC, visit www.cic.net. To view a four-minute video overview of the consortium, visit www

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Chemical Composition and Potential Health Effects of Prunes: A Functional Food?  

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Referee: Paul La Chance, Dept. of Food Science, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ Supported in part by an educational grant from California Dried Plum Board. Prunes are dried plums, fruits of Prunus domestica L., cultivated and propagated since ancient times. Most dried prunes are produced from cultivar d'Agen, especially in California and France, where the cultivar originated. After harvest, prune-making

Maria Stacewicz-Sapuntzakis; Phyllis E. Bowen; Erum A. Hussain; Bernadette I. Damayanti-Wood; Norman R. Farnsworth

2001-01-01

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Floriculture IPM Notes March/April 2007 A publication of Rutgers and Cornell Cooperative Extension Vol. 17, No 3  

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Northeast Floriculture IPM Notes March/April 2007 A publication of Rutgers and Cornell Cooperative Extension Vol. 17, No 3 Current Situation... Nora Catlin and Jim Willmott, Floriculture Specialist Cornell

Goodman, Robert M.

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Rutgers Business School Center for Real Estate Studies (CRES) Newark Museum | 49 Washington Street, Newark NJ 07102 | March 20, 2014  

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https://paypage.scholarchip.com?item_id=460000002161 $75 fee. Seating limited, so register ASAP. Rutgers City and New Brunswick. To Register, https://paypage.scholarchip.com?item_id=460000002161 Registration

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RUTGERS COOPERATIVE RESEARCH AND EXTENSION NEW JERSEY AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION  

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studies in the past have focused on improving blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. High GI foods risk of diabetes, prevent heart disease! Is the glycemic index just another diet fad or is it really Index: What does it mean? The term "glycemic" refers to glucose, or blood sugar. The "glycemic index

Garfunkel, Eric

145

The Supply Chain Management MBA is one of the strategic concentrations at Rutgers Business School. Simply put, Supply Chain Management is how business  

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The Supply Chain Management MBA is one of the strategic concentrations at Rutgers Business School. Simply put, Supply Chain Management is how business gets done. According to industry analysts to stay competitive. The Department of Supply Chain Management & Marketing Sciences at Rutgers Business

Lin, Xiaodong

146

The history of physics and astronomy at Rutgers began in 1771 when Queen's College first opened its doors to a handful of students.  

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ix Preface The history of physics and astronomy at Rutgers began in 1771 when Queen's College first in putting together a history of physics and astronomy at Rutgers. Paul Leath, the present Department Chair, encouraged me to carry this history to the present date. I have also received encouragement and support from

Glashausser, Charles

147

Food Chain & Food Web  

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What are the differences and similarities between food chain and food web? Print (2) Garden Gate Print (1) Venn Diagram Garden Gate Venn Diagram Let's learn about the food chain and food web.Read the notes.Food Chain 4 Also, view more notes on food chain and food web. Go to the 7th title Food Chain which is before the Habitats and food chain title of the webpage.Food Chain Power Point Presentation Record what you learn ...

B, Ms.

2011-10-27

148

Connections and Connections News Digest are newsletters for the Rutgers-Newark community, friends and neighbors. For archived issues and article search, visit www.newark.rutgers.edu/oc/connections  

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City Hall Members of the Rutgers-Newark College Fed Challenge Team and their faculty advisor, Dr. John College Fed Challenge, and came in third in the nationwide competition. Pictured here are, from left Relationship? March 31 Conference Will Debate Can racism make us ill? Does a person's race make that individual

Hanson, Stephen José

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Building a Scholarly Communications Center: Modeling the Rutgers Experience. Frontiers of Access to Library Materials No. 5.  

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The scholarly communication center is a comprehensive, technologically rich facility that provides users with access to technology, communications networks, information, and library materials within and beyond the library walls. Relating the experiences of planning the Scholarly Recallication Center at the New Brunswick campus of Rutgers, the

Collins, Boyd; Fabiano, Emily; Langschied, Linda; Toyama, Ryoko; Wilson, Myoung Chung

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Sections 44,45,46 : MATH 135 SYLLABUS FALL 2012 INSTRUCTOR: Gus Rainsford EMAIL ADDR: rainsfor@math.rutgers.edu  

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Sections 44,45,46 : MATH 135 SYLLABUS FALL 2012 48,49,50 INSTRUCTOR: Gus Rainsford EMAIL ADDR: rainsfor@math.rutgers.edu OFFICE HOURS: Room 208 Hill Center Busch Campus (unless announced other- wise:00. Office hours may be possible on some Wednesdays by appointment. NOTE 1: Math 135 is primarily

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rutgers economic advisory service center for urban policy research edward j. bloustein school of planning and public policy  

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© rutgers economic advisory service · center for urban policy research edward j. bloustein school.9 percent reached in April 2010. There are so many ongoing problems in the U.S. and global economies that we believe the pace of recovery and expansion in the state in this business cycle will remain modest

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© rutgers economic advisory service · center for urban policy research edward j. bloustein school 2010. There are still so many ongoing problems in the U.S. and global economies that we believe the pace of recovery and expansion in the state in this business cycle will remain modest. Sources: www

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RITA Office of Research, Development and Technology This month: Rutgers' Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation | February 2013  

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Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) technology to assess storm damage on buildings, roadwaysRITA Office of Research, Development and Technology This month: Rutgers' Center for Advanced to learn from and quantify the disastrous effects of a major storm and use that data to help communities

Neimark, Alexander V.

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Rutgers Business School -Newark and New Brunswick Prof. Suresh Govindaraj (Office: #934 Wash. SQ. Park, Phone: 973-353-1017)  

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to analyze and solve business problems. I noticed that while students understood the different subjects different areas to analyze and solve business problems. Therefore, I decided to offer just such a class1 Rutgers Business School - Newark and New Brunswick Prof. Suresh Govindaraj (Office: #934 Wash. SQ

Lin, Xiaodong

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Economics of sugar production with Trichoderma reesei Rutgers C-30. [Corn stover  

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The economics of sugar production from bioconversion of corn stover utilizing cellulase obtained from Trichoderma reesei strain Rutgers C-30 were investigated. The cost of manufacturing sugar is 10.5 cents per pound. This reduced cost is due to cellulase activities ranging from 7 to 14 IU/ml from batch cultures. Hydrolysis can be carried out at substrate concentrations up to 25% and give product streams containing up to 9% sugars. Conversions up to 61% of theoretical have been observed. A sensitivity analysis indicates that sugar can be produced at near competitive prices from corn stover costing $0 to $50 per ton. By utilizing new fermentation technology, sugar at these prices can be used to product 95% alcohol at a cost ranging from $1.80 to $3.00 per gallon.

Perez, J.; Wilke, C.R.; Blanch, H.W.

1980-08-01

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Rutgers University: Institute of Marine & Coastal Sciences -Deep Sea Microbiology Lab  

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As part of the Institute of Marine & Coastal Sciences at Rutgers University, Dr. Costantino Vetriani's Deep Sea Microbiology Lab focuses on "the physiology, ecology and evolutionary relationships of deep-sea prokaryotes, with an emphasis on deep-sea hydrothermal vents and cold seeps"." The Microbiology Lab website includes a Publications section which lists book chapters and a number of downloadable, refereed journal articles that have been authored, or co-authored, by Dr. Vetriani. The site also contains a short summary of a current research project, and a listing of oceanographic expeditions dating back to 1995. The site's Deep-Sea Video Clips include some brief, yet interesting coverage of tube worms, zoarcid fish, Pompeii worms, crabs, and more. The site also contains a few intriguing DSML underwater images of microorganisms from hydrothermal vents.

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Page 1 Vol. 18 No. 5 A Rutgers Cooperative Extension Publication  

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..................................3 Vegetable Disease Update........3 Weekly Weather Summary.......5 Aerial image from NRCS Web Soil Crops Edition Plant & Pest advisory Food Safety Modernization Act Part 2 -Creating a Farm Food Safety for food safety? Mapping your farm with food safety in mind allows you to manage the physical characteris

Goodman, Robert M.

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Rutgers Young Horse Teaching and Research Program: sustainability of taking a risk with "at risk" horses.  

PubMed

In 1999, the Young Horse Teaching and Research Program (YHTRP) was initiated at Rutgers University. The unique aspect of the program was using horses generally considered "at risk" and in need of rescue, but of relatively low value. The risks of using horses from pregnant mare urine (PMU) ranches and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) mustangs were high, but, ultimately, unrealized. No students or staff members were seriously injured over the course of the next 12 yr, and the horses were sold annually as highly desirable potential athletes or pleasure horses, usually at a profit. The use of "at risk" horses generated a significant amount of positive media attention and attracted substantial funding in the form of donations and sponsorships, averaging over $60,000 (USD)per year. Despite economic downturns, public and industry support provided sustainability for the program with only basic University infrastructural support. Taking the risk of using "at risk" horses paid off, with positive outcomes for all. PMID:22767092

Ralston, Sarah L; Molnar, Anne

2012-12-01

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Telerehabilitation using the Rutgers Master II glove following carpal tunnel release surgery: proof-of-concept.  

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Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by the compression of the median nerve as it transits the carpal tunnel, with an incidence of about 1% of the population. If surgery is needed, the treatment involves decompression of the median nerve followed sometimes by musculoskeletal outpatient rehabilitation. This paper presents a proof-of-concept pilot clinical trial in which the Rutgers Masters II haptic glove was tested on five subjects, who were two weeks post-hand surgery. Subjects trained for 13 sessions, 30 min per session, three sessions per week, and had no conventional outpatient therapy. Computerized measures of performance showed group effects in hand mechanical energy (1200% for the virtual ball squeezing and DigiKey exercises and 600% for the power putty exercise). Improvement in their hand function was also observed (a 38% reduction in virtual pegboard errors, and 70% fewer virtual hand ball errors). Clinical strength measures showed increases in grip (by up to 150%) and key pinch (up to 46%) strength in three of the subjects, while two subjects had decreased strength following the study. However, all five subjects improved in their tip pinch strength of their affected hand (between 20%-267%). When asked whether they would recommend the virtual reality exercises to others, four subjects very strongly agreed and one strongly agreed that they would. PMID:17436875

Heuser, Andrew; Kourtev, Hristian; Winter, Scott; Fensterheim, Devin; Burdea, Grigore; Hentz, Vincent; Forducey, Pamela

2007-03-01

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I would like to thank the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences for a fellowship which supported completion of this paper, and Rutgers University for research support throughout the project.  

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argues that economy of structure is a theorem of the theory of phrase structure: no special principle Economy of Structure in OT * Jane Grimshaw Rutgers University May 2001 grimshaw@ruccs.rutgers.edu 1 of structure or representation, e.g. Chomsky 1995, Rizzi 1997, Bresnan 2001. The guiding idea of economyof

Pylyshyn, Zenon

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Cooperating Agencies: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and County Boards of Chosen Freeholders. Rutgers Cooperative Extension, a unit of the Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, is an equal opport  

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. While pasture is not often consciously thought of as a kind of no-till farming system, it functions and sustainable farming systems. Raising livestock on pasture is a key cultural practice. As organic farming the soil and at the same time produce nutrient rich food to feed people. No-till or conservation tillage

Goodman, Robert M.

162

Food safety  

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Food safety refers to the conditions and practices that preserve the quality of food to prevent contamination and ... Poor food handling and inadequate food safety can cause infection ... include stomach problems. Foodborne illness may be severe and ...

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Food Allergy  

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Food allergy is an abnormal response to a food triggered by your body's immune system. In adults, the foods ... tree nuts, soy, and wheat. Symptoms of food allergy include Itching or swelling in your mouth Vomiting, ...

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Food Allergies  

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... milk eggs soy wheat What Is a Food Allergy? Food allergies occur when your immune system makes ... a serious reaction. Back Continue How Are Food Allergies Treated? There is no special medicine for food ...

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Food allergy  

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Allergy to food ... contain gluten (See: Celiac disease ) A true food allergy is much less common. Normally, your body's immune ... releases substances that cause the symptoms of food allergies. Any food can cause an allergic reaction, but ...

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Collaboration between Rutgers Business School, private companies and public entities leading to improved efficiencies in end-to-end supply chain management  

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to improved efficiencies in end-to-end supply chain management The newly established Department of Supply for Supply Chain Management, exemplifies the mutual advantage of a vital collaboration between Rutgers for Supply Chain Management at RBS is widely viewed as an excellent source of supply chain expertise

Lin, Xiaodong

167

Introduction to Horticulture (11:776:211) Syllabus 2012 Dr. Thomas Gianfagna (gianfagna@plantbio.rutgers.edu), 848-932-6369)  

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;DATE TOPIC October 25 Field Trip: Rutgers Turfgrass Research Farm (Ryders Lane)--W. Meyer October 30 important horticultural practices and be able to explain their underlying principles DATE TOPIC September 4 Pruning Trees and Shrubs November 1 Nursery Crop Production November 6 Exam 2 November 8 Plant Pests

Chen, Kuang-Yu

168

Libraries ReportS P R I N G 2 0 0 6 I S S U E The Rutgers University Libraries  

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/o Archibald S. Alexander Library Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey 169 College Avenue New Brunswick in the wealthiest and most influential homes, including the State Dining Room of the White House. Special' users seeking journal articles will not experience any change in the way they request articles, only

Hanson, Stephen José

169

To be presented at the Fourth Int. Workshop on Virtual Rehabilitation (IWVR 2005), Catalina Island, CA, September 2005. The Rutgers Arm: An Upper-Extremity Rehabilitation System in  

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these needs by providing therapy through virtual games/exercises designed to motivate the patients and engageTo be presented at the Fourth Int. Workshop on Virtual Rehabilitation (IWVR 2005), Catalina Island, CA, September 2005. The Rutgers Arm: An Upper-Extremity Rehabilitation System in Virtual Reality

New Jersey, University of Medicine and Dentistry of

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The Rutgers Alcohol Problem Index (RAPI): A Comparison of Cut-Points in First Nations Mi'kmaq and Non-Aboriginal Adolescents in Rural Nova Scotia  

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Important to the assessment of adolescent alcohol misuse is examination of alcohol-related problems. However, most measurement tools have only been validated among Euro-American cultures. The present study assessed the ability of the Rutgers Alcohol Problem Index (RAPI) to identify problem drinkers among groups of First Nations Mi'kmaq and

Noel, Melanie; O'Connor, Roisin M.; Boudreau, Brock; Mushquash, Christopher J.; Comeau, M. Nancy; Stevens, Doreen; Stewart, Sherry H.

2010-01-01

171

Welcome to Rutgers!! (for the upperclassmen, Welcome Back!) This note is very long, but well worth the read. It is packed with  

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of college students, I empathize with the high cost of books and online homework systems. As an educator I which can be purchased at the Rutgers Bookstore in Ferrin Mall, as well as online. As a parent it and post it for you to use. The best I can do legally is to provide the first chapter online (at the course

Glashausser, Charles

172

Welcome to Rutgers!! (for the upperclassmen, Welcome Back!) This note is very long, but well worth the read. It is packed with  

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of college students, I empathize with the high cost of books and online homework systems. As an educator I which can be purchased at the Rutgers Bookstore in Ferrin Mall, as well as online. As a parent legally is to provide the first chapter online (at the course website), in order to give you time to find

Glashausser, Charles

173

POST-TENURE REVIEW Rutgers Policy, Sections 60.5.6 and 60.5.7 implement a Board of Governors policy  

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POST-TENURE REVIEW Rutgers Policy, Sections 60.5.6 and 60.5.7 implement a Board of Governors policy file. Post-tenure review should be a positive device used to encourage all members of the University to and within tenured positions, the aim of post-tenure reviews is not to reexamine the scholarly or academic

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Optical Resonance in Fabricated Whispering-Gallery Mode Microcavity Rutgers University New Brunswick/Piscataway, NJ Lucent Technologies/Bell Labs., Murray Hill, NJ  

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Optical Resonance in Fabricated Whispering-Gallery Mode Microcavity Rutgers University ­ New) optical resonance has attracted increasing attention due to its high potential for realization between the waveguide and resonator. Under the first-order resonance, an extremely brilliant ring exists

Kihm, IconKenneth David

175

Terminologie alimentaire (Food Terminology).  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Translations and descriptions are given in French for a number of English food terms: convenience foods, fast foods, fast foods industry, fast foods restaurant, frozen foods, deep frozen foods, fast frozen foods, quick frozen foods, dry frozen foods. (MSE)

Pelletier, Jean-Francois

1980-01-01

176

December 2008 Alan Robock (Environmental Sciences) is among three Rutgers professors  

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&D and commercialization testing for Schar USA. Schar, based in Italy, is the world's largest producer of gluten of gluten-free breads and other products is expected in early 2009. Food Innovation Center staff are working

Goodman, Robert M.

177

Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station Cooperative Extension of Somerset County  

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, transport, and eat our food. There will be workshops for livestock producers, vegetable growers for Organic Production 5 2011 NJ Ag Convention 6 ATTN: Livestock Owners! 6 2011 Plant & Pest Advisory 7

Goodman, Robert M.

178

Reconnaissance of volatile organic compounds in the subsurface at Rutgers University, Busch Campus, Piscataway Township, New Jersey  

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During 1991-92, the U.S. Geological Survey conducted a hydrogeologic reconnaissance at a site near the Rutgers University, Busch Campus, Chemical Engineering building, C-Wing. Results of analyses of the soil-gas samples, which were collected at 43 locations, indicated the presence of volatile organic compounds, primarily carbon tetrachloride, near the C-Wing building and about 550 feet downgradient from and southwest of the C-Wing building. Concentrations of the compound in soil-gas samples were highest (2.1 ug/L (micrograms per liter)) along the southwestern wall of the C-Wing building. Ground-water samples were collected at depths as great as 55 feet from five wells and piezometers near the C-Wing building. Samples collected along the southwestern wall of the building also contained the highest concentrations of volatile organic compounds. Concentrations of carbon tetrachloride in the ground-water samples ranged from < 0.35 ug/L to 3,400 ug/L, and concentrations of tetrachloro- ethylene ranged from < 0.28 ug/L to 85 ug/L. Ground-water samples collected at depths of 55 feet or more from two wells located on the Rutgers University Golf Course about 2,400 feet down- gradient from the C-Wing building contained concentrations of tetrachloroethylene as great as 17.7 ug/L. Water levels measured in six wells and six piezometers indicated that the general flow direction in the shallow part of the aquifer is to the southwest of the C-Wing building. An electrical-resistivity survey was conducted by azimuthal resistivity techniques. The results of the survey were consistent with field measurements, and the dominant vertical fractures near the Busch Campus trend northeast. An electromagnetic survey was ineffective as a result of cultural interferences and could not be used to determine the hydrogeologic characteristics of the site.

dePaul, V. T.

1996-01-01

179

Food Allergies  

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... of food, most food allergies are caused by tree nuts, peanuts, milk, eggs, soy, wheat, fish and ... all do. People rarely outgrow allergies to peanuts, tree nuts, fish and shellfish Other Organizations Food Allergy ...

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Food Safety  

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... More Information Health and Nutrition Information for Preschoolers Food Safety Preschoolers' immune systems are still developing. This makes ... That's why it's important to follow the recommended food safety guidelines. Keep food safe to eat by following ...

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Food Allergy  

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... Practice Resources My Membership About the AAAAI Food Allergy Conditions & Treatments Acute Severe Asthma Allergen Allergic Asthma ... Agammaglobulinemia (XLA) Overview Symptoms & Diagnosis Treatment & Management Food Allergy Overview If you have a food allergy, your ...

182

Food Timeline  

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The Food Timeline was created as an independent research project on food history and period recipes. The timeline begins before 17,000 B.C. with gatherable foods (shellfish, eggs, mushrooms) and chronicles the appearance of cultivated plants, domesticated food animals, and commercial food products up to the present day. Each type of food is represented by a link to additional information on it, and there are also links to period recipes appearing in chronological order on the timeline.

Lynne Olver, Chief Librarian, Morris County Library (NJ)

183

Food Packaging  

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Students learn how food packages are designed and made, including the three main functions. The packaging design and materials must keep food clean, protect or aid in the physical and chemical changes that can take place in food, and identify a food appealingly. Then, in the associated activity, students act as if they are packaging engineers by designing and creating their own food packages for particular food types.

Engineering K-Phd Program

184

The Rutgers Alcohol Problem Index (RAPI): A Comparison of Cut-Points in First Nations Mikmaq and Non-Aboriginal Adolescents in Rural Nova Scotia  

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Important to the assessment of adolescent alcohol misuse is examination of alcohol-related problems. However, most measurement\\u000a tools have only been validated among Euro-American cultures. The present study assessed the ability of the Rutgers Alcohol\\u000a Problem Index (RAPI) to identify problem drinkers among groups of First Nations Mikmaq and non-Aboriginal adolescents from\\u000a rural Nova Scotia and compared cut-point scores across cultural

Melanie Noel; Roisin M. OConnor; Brock Boudreau; Christopher J. Mushquash; M. Nancy Comeau; Doreen Stevens; Sherry H. Stewart

2010-01-01

185

The Rutgers Alcohol Problem Index (RAPI): A Comparison of Cut-Points in First Nations Mi'kmaq and Non-Aboriginal Adolescents in Rural Nova Scotia  

Microsoft Academic Search

Important to the assessment of adolescent alcohol misuse is examination of alcohol-related problems. However, most measurement tools have only been validated among Euro-American cultures. The present study assessed the ability of the Rutgers Alcohol Problem Index (RAPI) to identify problem drinkers among groups of First Nations Mi'kmaq and non-Aboriginal adolescents from rural Nova Scotia and compared cut-point scores across cultural

Melanie Noel; Roisin M. O'Connor; Brock Boudreau; Christopher J. Mushquash; M. Nancy Comeau; Doreen Stevens; Sherry H. Stewart

2009-01-01

186

Food masquerade.  

PubMed

Radishes cut to look like roses, watermelons carved into fruit baskets, apples made into swans, cakes frosted to look like dollswhen did this game of food masquerade start and how? This essay speculates about food's on-going history of disguise, of pretending to be what it's not. From the Renaissance courtier's delight in confections disguised as beasts, birds, and other fancies to our present day fascination with Japanese bento lunch boxes, food masquerade would seem to be a fanciful part of the history of food.Food masquerade injects some levity into our growing seriousness about food, our suspicion that most supermarket food is riddled with toxins and bad karma. It proposes that eating food should be fun. Food masquerade also gets to the very heart of artistic visual representation: the magical transformation of paint, clay or wood into an image of something else. It is a synecdoche for art itself. PMID:21539044

Bermingham, Ann

2010-01-01

187

2013 Volume 25 Issue 2 Cooperating Agencies: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, U.S. Department of Agriculture,  

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allows us to save fresh food to enjoy at a later date. Freezing, canning and drying do not improve foods also helps maintain the nutritional profile of the food. Freezing Freezing is an easy way will provide guidance. Freeze food in plastic bags labeled for freezing or in rigid plastic containers. Canning

Garfunkel, Eric

188

Food labeling  

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... foods that claim to be nondairy (such as coffee whiteners) FDA-approved color additives Sources of protein ... contain no significant amounts of any nutrients Plain coffee and tea Ready-to-eat food prepared primarily ...

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Food Allergy  

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... on. Read more information on enabling JavaScript. Food Allergy Top Banner Content Area Skip Content Marketing Share ... National Institutes of Health for research in food allergy. We are committed to supporting efforts to help ...

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Food Labeling  

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... dietary proteins, vitamins, and minerals in each serving Definitions for terms such as low-fat and high-fiber Information to help you see how a food fits into an overall daily diet Food and Drug Administration

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Protein Foods  

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... Type 1 Type 2 About Us Online Community Meal Planning Sign In Search: Search More Sites Search ? ... Home Food MyFoodAdvisor Recipes Association Cookbook Recipes Planning Meals Diabetes Meal Plans Create Your Plate Gluten Free ...

192

Food Webs  

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Food web reading. Build a food web and design a creature. Requires downloaded program. Download your assignment Food Web Assignment Sheet. Use the following sites and activities to answer the questions. Do not start the creature creator until Mr. Wood has seen your food web and completed assignment and allowed you to move on. Type your answers on the sheet and edit it to fit one page. When ...

Wood, Mr.

2010-10-06

193

Food Chains  

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In this project, you will discover the way food chains function by viewing four different types of food chains and designing your favorite one. How is the flow of energy traced through a food chain? Use your cluster organizer to record information for four different food chains and what the consumers, 1st level consumers, 2nd level consumers, and 3rd level consumers are and what they eat. Begin by viewing ecosystems: Introduction to Ecosystems Now that you know what an ...

Hammond, Ms.

2009-10-21

194

Fried foods  

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Fried foods may taste good, but they can have terrible effects on your body if you eat too many of them. Someone who has bulimia would be likely to binge eat these fried foods. Bulimia is an eating disorder in which the person afflicted binge eats and then purges, or gets rid of, all of the food they just ate.

Sakurai Midori (None;)

2006-10-31

195

Food Sources  

Cancer.gov

Understanding what foods contribute to energy, nutrient, and food group intake enhances our ability to monitor diets relative to recommendations and gives context for dietary guidance. Examining the top sources of dietary constituents that should be reduced is especially helpful for identifying targets for changes in the marketplace and food environment.

196

Food Poisoning  

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... Which Germs Are to Blame? Foods from animals, raw foods, and unwashed vegetables all can contain germs that ... and vegetables well before eating them. Only eat foods that are properly cooked. If you cut into chicken and it looks pink and raw inside, tell a grown-up. Look at what ...

197

Food allergy.  

PubMed

Food allergy appears to be increasing in prevalence and is estimated to affect >2% and possibly up to 10% of the population. Food allergies are defined by an immune response triggered by food proteins. Emerging data suggest that carbohydrate moieties on food proteins, specifically mammalian meats, may also elicit allergic responses. Food is the most common trigger of anaphylaxis in the community, which can be fatal. The underlying mechanisms of food allergy usually involve food-specific immunoglobulin E antibodies, but cell-mediated disorders account for a variety of chronic or subacute skin and gastrointestinal reactions. Eosinophilic esophagitis is an emerging food-related chronic disorder. The diagnosis of food allergy is complicated by the observation that detection of food-specific immunoglobulin E (sensitization) does not necessarily indicate clinical allergy. Diagnosis requires a careful medical history, laboratory studies, and, in many cases, oral food challenges to confirm a diagnosis. Novel diagnostic methods, many of which rely upon evaluating immune responses to specific food proteins or epitopes, may improve diagnosis and prognosis in the future. Current management relies upon allergen avoidance and preparation to promptly treat severe reactions with epinephrine. Studies suggest that some children with milk or egg allergy might tolerate extensively heated forms, for example milk or egg baked into muffins, without symptoms and possibly with some immunotherapeutic benefits. Novel therapeutic strategies are under study, including oral and sublingual immunotherapy, Chinese herbal medicine, anti-immunoglobulin E antibodies, and modified vaccines. PMID:21913199

Sicherer, Scott H

2011-01-01

198

Food additives  

PubMed Central

Food additives are discussed from the food technology point of view. The reasons for their use are summarized: (1) to protect food from chemical and microbiological attack; (2) to even out seasonal supplies; (3) to improve their eating quality; (4) to improve their nutritional value. The various types of food additives are considered, e.g. colours, flavours, emulsifiers, bread and flour additives, preservatives, and nutritional additives. The paper concludes with consideration of those circumstances in which the use of additives is (a) justified and (b) unjustified. PMID:4467857

Spencer, Michael

1974-01-01

199

Food Trends.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

An overall perspective on trends in food consumption is presented. Nutrition awareness is at an all-time high; consumption is influenced by changes in disposable income, availability of convenience foods, smaller household size, and an increasing proportion of ethnic minorities in the population. (18 references) (LB)

Schwenk, Nancy E.

1991-01-01

200

Irradiated foods  

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... and reduces the risk of food poisoning . Food irradiation is used in many countries. It was first approved in the U.S. to prevent sprouts on white potatoes and for the control of insects on wheat and in certain spices and seasonings.

201

Food extrusion  

Microsoft Academic Search

Extrusion processing has become an important food process in the manufacture of pasta, ready?to?eat cereals, snacks, pet foods, and textured vegetable protein (TVP). An extruder consists of a tightly fitting screw rotating within a stationary barrel. Preground and conditioned ingredients enter the screw where they are conveyed, mixed, and heated by a variety of processes. The product exits the extruder

Judson M. Harper; J. Peter Clark

1979-01-01

202

Food safety  

Microsoft Academic Search

Section 103 (d) of the Americans with Disabilities Act directs the secretary of health and human services to identify, publish, and annually review a list of pathogens transmitted via food contaminated by infected food handlers. The secretary is also directed to publish means by which diseases on the list are transmitted. The intent of the list is to protect disabled

PATRICIA OLLINGER-SNYDER; M. EILEEN MATTHEWS

1996-01-01

203

Food Labels  

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Food Allergy Fact EPINEPHRINE IS THE FIRST LINE TREATMENT FOR ANAPHYLAXIS Home About Us About FARE Leadership Executive Team Board of Directors Medical & Research Advisors History Annual Reports & Financial Statements Become a Member Corporate Partners Contact Us Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Alliance About ...

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Food Allergy: An Overview  

MedlinePLUS

... 14 Is It Food Allergy or Food Intolerance? 17 Diagnosing Food Allergy 22 Preventing and Treating Food ... cramping abdominal pain, become worse when you eat. 17 NIAID I FOOD ALLERGY Diagnosing Food Allergy Detailed ...

205

Finding food  

PubMed Central

A significant amount of travel is undertaken to find food. This paper examines challenges in measuring access to food using Geographic Information Systems (GIS), important in studies of both travel and eating behavior. It compares different sources of data available including fieldwork, land use and parcel data, licensing information, commercial listings, taxation data, and online street-level photographs. It proposes methods to classify different kinds of food sales places in a way that says something about their potential for delivering healthy food options. In assessing the relationship between food access and travel behavior, analysts must clearly conceptualize key variables, document measurement processes, and be clear about the strengths and weaknesses of data. PMID:21837264

Forsyth, Ann; Lytle, Leslie; Riper, David Van

2011-01-01

206

Virtual food components: functional food effects expressed as food components  

Microsoft Academic Search

Background: The ability to communicate food benefits is essential for the successful development of functional foods and their role in improving public health. However, the functional efficacy of foods often cannot be represented by food composition. The concept of virtual food components (VFCs)food data that express health-related effects, properties or functions of foods in the format of food componentsis therefore

J A Monro

2004-01-01

207

Food Craving and Food Addiction  

Microsoft Academic Search

Although certain commonalities exist between eating and drug use (mood effects, external cue-control of appetites, reinforcement, etc.), it is argued that the vast majority of cases of (self-reported) food craving and food addiction should not be viewed as addictive behavior. An explanation is proposed that instead gives a prominent role to the psychological processes of ambivalence and attribution, operating together

Peter J Rogers; Hendrik J Smit

2000-01-01

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The Economics of Information in the 1990s. Proceedings of the Annual Symposium of the Graduate Alumni and Faculty of the Rutgers School of Communication, Information and Library Studies (31st, New Brunswick, New Jersey, April 15, 1994).  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

While the rapid evolution of electronic technology has made possible stunning advances in access to information, the price of adopting new systems and formats has forced major changes in how libraries allocate their resources. The 31st symposium of the graduate alumni and faculty of Rutgers School of Communication, Information and Library Studies

Varlejs, Jana, Ed.

209

Note: Seed for Moreton tomato are available in packets (35 seeds) from http://www.njfarmfresh.rutgers.edu/ JerseyTomato.html. Bulk Moreton seed available from Harris Seed http://www.harrisseeds.com.  

E-print Network

Note: Seed for Moreton tomato are available in packets (35 seeds) from http://www.njfarmfresh.rutgers.edu/ JerseyTomato.html. Bulk Moreton seed available from Harris Seed http://www.harrisseeds.com. Shipping Tomato Point of Purchase Material 2012 Order Form for Retailers Plant labels, 5 X 7 bench cards and sign

Goodman, Robert M.

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F o r D e n t i s t s a n D D e n ta l t e a m m e m b e r s cde.sdm.rutgers.edu  

E-print Network

with dental students · Monthly meetings with mentors · Evidence-based practice · Clinical protocols and large approaches to patient care · Administrative roles in the academic environment · Providing evidence-based continuing education credits. #12;Page 1Register Online: cde.sdm.rutgers.edu From Practice to Preceptor

Garfunkel, Eric

211

Food Grab  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

In this outdoor activity, learners design devices that will catch prey or gather plants. After testing their devices, learners investigate the food-gathering adaptations of animals in their activity site. Activity background information gives multiple examples of real animals and their food-grabbing mechanisms including shark jaws, rodent teeth, hawk talons, etc. Learners consider the concept of food-gathering adaptations of animals and compare them with human methods. An extension of this activity is observing various animals around the neighborhood as they capture prey and eat plants.

Science, Lawrence H.

1979-01-01

212

Food Preservation  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

In this lesson, from Science NetLinks, students' attention is drawn to the issue of food spoilage and the different methods that are traditionally used to prolong the freshness of food. Using a number of online resources, they learn about how Chilean fruit and lettuce for salad are carefully harvested, treated, packaged, and transported in refrigerated vessels to maintain their freshness. Students are then introduced to the canning, drying, freezing, and vacuum-sealing processes that are commonly used by food producers and in the home.

Science Netlinks;

2004-04-05

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2013 Volume 25 Issue 1 Cooperating Agencies: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, U.S. Department of Agriculture,  

E-print Network

is safe. Health and Safety First Staying healthy is most important. The cost of a doctor or hospital visit from eating spoiled food will be more than the cost of the food. Young children, older adults and people with serious illnesses or weakened immune systems are more at risk for foodborne illness. They may

Garfunkel, Eric

214

2012 Volume 24 Issue3 Cooperating Agencies: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, U.S. Department of Agriculture,  

E-print Network

an insulated lunch bag to keep food cold. Add a cold pack if any of the foods require refrigeration while opening and they could burn themselves. Add some fun Use colorful, easy open, reusable containers. Put funny stickers on plastic bags or decorate with permanent markers. Young children love to find

Garfunkel, Eric

215

Food Safety  

MedlinePLUS

... foods in your cart last. For example, meat, fish, eggs, and milk should hit your cart after ... buying packaged meat, poultry (chicken or turkey), or fish, check the expiration date on the label (the ...

216

Food Allergies  

MedlinePLUS

... food allergy reactions: milk eggs peanuts soy wheat tree nuts (such as walnuts and cashews) fish shellfish ( ... peanut allergy and about 10% of kids with tree nut allergy outgrow their allergy. Fish and shellfish ...

217

LOCAL FOOD DIGEST: Food Hub Overview  

E-print Network

LOCAL FOOD DIGEST: Food Hub Overview Greg Schweser Associate Director, Sustainable Local Foods, University of Minnesota Humphrey School of Public Affairs LOCAL FOOD MOVEMENT Food hub development has become a focus in the local food movement as an opportunity to provide scale-appropriate infrastructure to small

Netoff, Theoden

218

Food Process Engineering Food Safety and Technology  

E-print Network

Food Process Engineering Food Safety and Technology Food Safety and Technology National Center for Food Safety and Technology IIT Moffett Campus 6502 S. Archer Road Summit-Argo, IL 60501 708 Ravishankar The National Center for Food Safety and Technology (NCFST), with IIT faculty, U.S. Food and Drug

Heller, Barbara

219

Food Allergies in Schools  

MedlinePLUS

... gov . Adolescent and School Health Share Compartir Food Allergies in Schools Food allergies are a growing food ... Guidelines FAQs [PDF - 163KB] What is a Food Allergy? A food allergy occurs when the body has ...

220

Rutgers Biopharma Educational  

E-print Network

NECESSARY TO SUCCESSFULLY COMPETE IN TODAY'S PHARMACEUTICAL MARKET Visit the Program WebPage: shrp Requirements - Graduate Project/Mentored Fieldwork Clinical Trials Management - Biomedical Informatics for Clinical Trials - Multiple Analyses in Clinical Trials - Overview of Disease Processes & Treatment

Cheng, Mei-Fang

221

Rutgers University Environmental Assessment  

E-print Network

* and saved an estimated $11,665,000 in operating expenses. *Metric Ton Carbon Dioxide Equivalent Reduction for electricity, green energy, fuel use, chemical use, water use, and sustainable materials management into MTCO2e: · Annual greenhouse gas emissions from 26,759 vehicles · Carbon dioxide emissions from 15,299,473 gallons

Delgado, Mauricio

222

Rutgers University Environmental Assessment  

E-print Network

its carbon footprint and further improve our planet's environment. This partnership with the United efforts of the organization, the university has managed to reduce its carbon footprint by 235,594 MTCO2e in Environmental Footprint EPA uses these environmental conversion models to calculate metric tons of carbon

Hanson, Stephen José

223

DIMACS Center Rutgers University  

E-print Network

on Discrete Random Systems Dates: November 20, 2006 Organizer: Dana Randall, Georgia Institute of Technology of Technology Working Group: Current Topics in Markov Chains and Phase Transitions Dates: March 26 - 30, 2007, Georgia Institute of Technology, Member of Organizing Committee Gregory Sorkin, IBM Research, Member

224

Rutgers University Description  

E-print Network

. #12;Living Costs Average rental cost per semester: $3,800- $4,200 Meal at student centre: $4-$8 Cinema ticket: $8-$10 Round trip train ticket to NYC- $26 International student discount card- $22 The cost of living in America is generally cheaper than the UK. Further information can be found on the Study Abroad

Bristol, University of

225

DIMACS Center Rutgers University  

E-print Network

, University of Bamako Carel Pretorius, SACEMA Nicole Ramsey, Howard University and Minority Health Disparities at Berkeley Abba Gumel, University of Manitoba John Hargrove, South African Centre for Epidemiological for Occupational Health, South Aftica Ramesh Bharuthram, University of the Witwatersrand Joris Borgdorff, SACEMA

226

DIMACS Center Rutgers University  

E-print Network

Participants: Workshop: Systems Biology of Infectious Diseases Dates: August 13 - September 2, 2007 Organizers on Mathematical Modeling of Infectious Diseases in Africa Dates: June 30 - July 11, 2008 Organizers: Wayne Getz

227

DIMACS Center Rutgers University  

E-print Network

: James Dana, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern Brenda Dietrich, IBM Watson Labs 1 #12;DIMACS School of Management Organizing Committee: Joan Feigenbaum, Yale University Jayant Kalagnanam, IBM Watson

228

DIMACS Center Rutgers University  

E-print Network

College, Ann Moskol, Rhode Island College, Sarah Newcomb, Salem State College, Peter Ohring, Purchase Salazar, Trinity University, Jim Sauerberg, Saint Mary's College Illinois Institute of Technology Program, Dartmouth College, Sul-young Choi, LeMoyne College, Peter R. Christopher, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

229

Food Deserts  

Microsoft Academic Search

Food deserts and accessibility represent a new frontier in the assault of life-threatening, dietrelated diseases, including diabetes, obesity, hypertension, and atherosclerosis. Scholars represent the research literature from diverse disciplines, such as anthropology, agriculture, sociology, economics, marketing, public policy, sociology, and social epidemiology. Applied sociology has not contributed to this important conversation. Applied sociology's integration and use of theory, methods, and

Anthony Troy Adams; Monika J. Ulrich; Amanda Coleman

2010-01-01

230

Weaning Foods.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Described in this issue of "Children in the Tropics" are handicraft, semi-industrial, and industrial projects which produce weaning foods in developing countries. The introductory section briefly discusses the global epidemiology of malnutrition and offers guidelines for combatting malnutrition. Chapter I provides a framework for reflection on the

Chauliac, Michel; And Others

1987-01-01

231

Food Allergies DEFINITIONS  

E-print Network

Food Allergies DEFINITIONS: Definition of a Food Allergy: Immune system response to a food creates a defense immune system response (antibodies) to fight it. Food allergy symptoms develop when are a digestive system response and are much more common than food allergies. Food Allergy vs. Food Intolerance

Maxwell, Bruce D.

232

FOOD AND DRINK REGULATIONS Serving hot food  

E-print Network

1 FOOD AND DRINK REGULATIONS Serving hot food Home made hot food may not be served at events conditions must be adhered to: · The caterer must have HSE Food Hygiene Certification, which is to be approved by the College Catering Manager two weeks in advance of any event. · The provider of the food

O'Mahony, Donal E.

233

Organic Foods vs Supermarket Foods: Element Levels  

Microsoft Academic Search

Organic food has been noted in various studies as having similar nutritional value as commercial foods. These studies usually look at the dry ashed concentration and are designed for the food producer. In this study the average elemental concentration in organic foods on afresh weight basis was found to be about twice that of commercial foods.

Bob L. Smith

234

Food processing: a food scientist's perspective  

Microsoft Academic Search

Americans generally are not eating enough foods that meet dietary guidelines. More choices for consumers would be available if food processors were to manufacture more foods and ingredients that met dietary guidelines. The food industry, for the most part, has the technology to develop and sell foods that meet dietary guidelines and further has the capacity to market them in

Robert E. Smith

1999-01-01

235

Fast Food to Healthy Food  

Microsoft Academic Search

A recent headline in the Nation's Restaurant News (2002) asked the question: Should Restaurants Bear the Burden of Monitoring Americans' Diets?. Society has grown increasingly conscientious about health care costs and the question is consistent with this trend. In light of some highly publicized cases of litigation and debates between consumer groups and food service professionals, this question is the

Susan Gregory; Carmela McTyre; Robin B. Dipietro

2006-01-01

236

Food Court  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This unit of four lessons from NCTM's Illuminations lets students conduct surveys and represent data in a variety of ways. They also find and compare measures of center. The lessons center around a food court, where students create and use menus in a meaningful way. Topics covered include bar graphs, line plots, and pictographs, measures of center, and probability of events. Individual lessons link to related tools where appropriate, and include questions for students, assessment options, and teacher reflection questions.

Burton, Grace M.

2008-01-01

237

2012 Volume 24 Issue 4 Cooperating Agencies: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, U.S. Department of Agriculture,  

E-print Network

their communication skills. The social skills that meal planning, food preparation, and sharing provide are vital outside of the classroom. Children gain crucial training in areas of mathematics and physical science from or daughter grow, mature, and learn good eating habits while practicing good social skills with those around

Garfunkel, Eric

238

This free copy brought to you by Rutgers University, Office of Continuing Professional Education. Copyrighted materials (annotations) have been removed.  

E-print Network

:25-5.4 8:25-5.5 Health program Health director Medication administration and storage First aid supplies substances Firefighting equipment Fire safety SUBCHAPTER 7. FOOD AND WATER 8:25-7.1 8:25-7.2 8 Watercraft SUBCHAPTER lO. SANITATION 8:25-10. I Plumbing 8:25-10.2 Sewer lines and appurtenances Supp. 3

Goodman, Robert M.

239

11:015:265 Nutrition for Today (1 credit) Fall 2012 Dr. Debra Palmer dpalmer@njaes.rutgers.edu;  

E-print Network

Correlates of Disordered Eating Dr. John Worobey October 9 Food Safety 101 Dr. Don Schaffner October 16 before class including laptops. PAY ATTENTION. Do not hold conversations with your friends during class attention offered to whoever is speaking. CLASS CANCELLATION In the unlikely event that a class is cancelled

Chen, Kuang-Yu

240

2014 Volume 26 Issue 2 Cooperating Agencies: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, U.S. Department of Agriculture,  

E-print Network

. As a consumer, it is important to know the facts before exploring these rising diet trends. PROS · Fruit juice become a concern when you are using pure fruits and not adding vegetables and when drinking 8-ounces. Food allergies generally develop early in life but can develop at any age. In infants and children

Garfunkel, Eric

241

Food & Nutrition Resource Guide  

E-print Network

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Food Safety Resources4-H Food & Nutrition Resource Guide Developed by: 4-H Food & Nutrition Issue Group Renee Sanders System, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the County Commissioners Courts of Texas Cooperating #12;Food

242

The Science of Food  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

A series of resources and inquiry lessons on nutrition and food-related concepts such as photosynthesis, food webs, food contaminants, food borne parasites or bacterial infections and choosing a healthy diet.

Baylor College of Medicine (Baylor College of Medicine Human Genome Sequencing Center)

2010-01-01

243

Food Protection Management Program  

E-print Network

food dollars is spent on food prepared outside the home, food safety is a top concern among consumers. Therefore, food safety education is a critical prevention component for reducing the risk for foodborne diseases. Response To meet the need for quality food safety education in Texas retail food establishments

244

Package Those Foods!  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Student groups are challenged to create food packages for specific foods. They focus on three components in the design of their food packages; the packages must keep the food clean, protect or aid in the physical and chemical changes that can take place in the food, and present the food appealingly. They design their packaging to meet these requirements.

Engineering K-Phd Program

245

Food Chains and Webs  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Learn more about food chains, food webs, and how the organisms in them affect each other. In class, you have learned what food webs and food chains are. Today, you will explore how the organisms in these systems interact. Step One: Food Chains What happens when you take something out of a food chain? Go to the Chain Reaction website: Chain Reaction--Food Chains This internet site will help you ...

Thompson, Ms.

2007-02-21

246

Lessons learned: A case study of an integrated way of teaching introductory physics to at-risk students at Rutgers University  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

In order to provide a physics instructional environment in which at-risk students (particularly women and minorities) can successfully learn and enjoy introductory physics, we have introduced Extended General Physics as an option for science, science teaching, and pre-health professions majors at Rutgers University. We have taught the course for the last five years. In this new course, we have used many elements that have been proven to be successful in physics instruction. We have added a new component, the minilab, stressing qualitative experiments performed by the students. By integrating all the elements, and structuring the time the students invest in the course, we have created a successful program for students-at-risk, indeed for all students. Our aim was not only to foster successful mastery of the traditional physics syllabus by the students, but to create a sense of community through the cooperation of students with each other and their instructors. We present a template for implementation of our program elsewhere.

Etkina, E.; Gibbons, K.; Holton, B. L.; Horton, G. K.

1999-09-01

247

Attributing Illness to Food  

Microsoft Academic Search

Identification and prioritization of effective food safety interventions require an understanding of the relationship between food and pathogen from farm to consumption. Critical to this cause is food attribution, the capacity to attribute cases of foodborne disease to the food vehicle or other source responsible for illness. A wide variety of food attribution approaches and data are used around the

Michael B. Batz; Michael P. Doyle; J. Glenn Morris; John Painter; Ruby Singh; Robert V. Tauxe; Michael R. Taylor; Fo Wong

2005-01-01

248

Use of Irradiated Foods  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The safety of irradiated foods is reviewed. Guidelines and regulations for processing irradiated foods are considered. The radiolytic products formed in food when it is irradiated and its wholesomeness is discussed. It is concluded that food irradiation processing is not a panacea for all problems in food processing but when properly used will serve the space station well.

Brynjolfsson, A.

1985-01-01

249

Four Simple Food Safety  

E-print Network

Four Simple Steps to Food Safety Cook: To prevent listeriosis, cook to proper temperatures and use ready-to-eat foods promptly. (within 2 hours) Listeriosis Food Safety to Protect Your Family Clean: Wash Information and Seafood Hotline: 1-888-SAFE FOOD Partnership for Food Safety Education Web Site www

Garfunkel, Eric

250

The Food Guide Pyramid  

Microsoft Academic Search

The Food Guide Pyramid Automated Analysis System (FGPAAS) would classify foods under the appropriate categories of the Food Guide Pyramid (FGP). Further, it would provide an estimation of the serving size(s) of the food group(s) for the food being analyzed, per the FGP guidelines provided by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). In the development of this automated analysis

J. Muthukannan

1995-01-01

251

Food insecurity, neighborhood food access, and food assistance in Philadelphia.  

PubMed

An estimated 17.6 million American households were food insecure in 2012, meaning they were unable to obtain enough food for an active and healthy life. Programs to augment local access to healthy foods are increasingly widespread, with unclear effects on food security. At the same time, the US government has recently enacted major cuts to federal food assistance programs. In this study, we examined the association between food insecurity (skipping or reducing meal size because of budget), neighborhood food access (self-reported access to fruits and vegetables and quality of grocery stores), and receipt of food assistance using the 2008, 2010, and 2012 waves of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Household Health Survey. Of 11,599 respondents, 16.7% reported food insecurity; 79.4% of the food insecure found it easy or very easy to find fruits and vegetables, and 60.6% reported excellent or good quality neighborhood grocery stores. In our regression models adjusting for individual- and neighborhood-level covariates, compared to those who reported very difficult access to fruits and vegetables, those who reported difficult, easy or very easy access were less likely to report food insecurity (OR 0.62: 95% CI 0.43-0.90, 0.33: 95% CI 0.23-0.47, and 0.28: 95% CI 0.20-0.40). Compared to those who reported poor stores, those who reported fair, good, and excellent quality stores were also less likely to report food insecurity (OR 0.81: 95% CI 0.60-1.08, 0.58: 95% CI 0.43-0.78, and 0.43: 95% CI 0.31-0.59). Compared to individuals not receiving food assistance, those receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits were significantly more likely to be food insecure (OR 1.36: 95% CI 1.11-1.67), while those receiving benefits from the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) (OR 1.17: 95% CI 0.77-1.78) and those receiving both SNAP and WIC (OR 0.84: 95% CI 0.61-1.17) did not have significantly different odds of food insecurity. In conclusion, better neighborhood food access is associated with lower risk of food insecurity. However, most food insecure individuals reported good access. Improving diet in communities with high rates of food insecurity likely requires not only improved access but also greater affordability. PMID:25047157

Mayer, Victoria L; Hillier, Amy; Bachhuber, Marcus A; Long, Judith A

2014-12-01

252

Is It Food Allergy or Food Intolerance?  

MedlinePLUS

... intolerance. On this page: Lactose intolerance Food additives Gluten intolerance Food poisoning Histamine toxicity Other conditions Lactose ... are listed on ingredient labels. back to top Gluten intolerance Gluten is a part of wheat, barley, ...

253

Forest Food Web  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Food webs are an interconnection of producers, consumers, and decomposers. It is important to understand that a change to any level of the food web directly and indirectly affects other organisms within the food web.

Katie Hale (CSUF;Biological Sciences)

2007-07-14

254

Calcium-Rich Foods  

MedlinePLUS

... Foods, Sixth Summary Edition. Cambridge: Royal Society of Chemistry. 2. Food Standards Agency (2002), Food Portion Sizes. ... Partners and Sponsors OsteoLink Media Centre Patient Societies Conference Campaign Globally Capture the Fracture World Osteoporosis Day ...

255

Safe Home Food Storage  

E-print Network

Proper food storage can preserve food quality and prevent spoilage and food/borne illness. The specifics of pantry, refrigerator and freezer storage are given, along with helpful information on new packaging, label dates, etc. A comprehensive table...

Van Laanen, Peggy

2002-08-22

256

TRENDS IN FOOD DISTRIBUTION  

Microsoft Academic Search

The authors present a very detailed and all-inclusive report on the shifting frontiers of food distribution, focusing on the challenges facing the food store operator and the wholesale food distributor during the decade of the Seventies.

Terry L. Crawford; Leland W. Southard

1971-01-01

257

Food Allergy Diagnosis  

MedlinePLUS

... on. Read more information on enabling JavaScript. Food Allergy Skip Content Marketing Share this: Main Content Area ... out if your symptoms are caused by an allergy to specific foods, food intolerance, or other health ...

258

FOOD ALLERGY RESEARCH PROGRAM  

E-print Network

FOOD ALLERGY RESEARCH PROGRAM INNOVATION ENGINES AT NORTHWESTERN MEDICINE INFLAMMATION, AUTOIMMUNITY, IMMUNOLOGY The growing prevalence of food allergy and the relative lack of treatment options investigation, and mechanistic science, we are striving towards halting the increase in food allergies, ensuring

Engman, David M.

259

Diabetes food pyramid (image)  

MedlinePLUS

The Diabetes Food Pyramid divides food into six groups, which vary in size to show relative amounts of servings for each group. ... Pyramid released by the USDA. In the Diabetes Food Pyramid, the groups are based on protein content and ...

260

The World Food Prospect  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Cites evidence to support the theory that the world food shortage will become a chronic condition. Describes the depletion of surplus food supplies and the increasing dependence on North America for food supplies. (MLH)

Brown, Lester R.

1975-01-01

261

Attitudes about Food  

E-print Network

Approximately 18% of adolescents are obese. Attitudes about Food is a cross sectional study that seeks to identify lifestyle factors associated with adolescent obesity such as fast food consumption, physical activity, attitudes about fast food...

Baker, Nicole Alexis

2012-10-19

262

Food Safety in Fast Food Restaurants  

Microsoft Academic Search

Given that health department inspections of fast-food restaurants may not be sufficient to ensure compliance with food safety regulations, managers must be vigilant in ensuring conformity with practices that safeguard public health. This case study of one fast-food employee's experience at three different fast-food restaurants suggests that employees' training and supervision require more attention to safety procedures. Greater manager accountability

Lauren Dundes; Tamiko Swann

2008-01-01

263

Food Sovereignty and the Contemporary Food Crisis  

Microsoft Academic Search

Peter Rosset examines the current global food price crisis, identifying both long- and short-term causes. He argues that to escape the crisis, countries must rebuild and protect domestic peasant and family farmer food production and public inventories. The food sovereignty paradigm put forth by the global peasant and farmer alliance, La Via Campesina, may well offer our only way out

Peter Rosset

2008-01-01

264

Food Safety Education for Food Service Workers  

Microsoft Academic Search

Food safety is paramount in a hospital setting because of the high at-risk population that is being served. Education of food service workers is often difficult because of the various levels of interest and education they possess. A series of games was developed along with an award system for educating the food service worker.Games were created to simulate popular game

M. Fitzgerald

1999-01-01

265

National Food Policies Impacting on Food Security  

Microsoft Academic Search

India accounts for 16.7 per cent of the world's food consumers. With the exception of China, India's size in terms of food consumers is many times larger than the average size of the rest of the countries. At the time of independence in 1947, India was in the grip of a serious food crisis, which was accentuated by the partition

S. S. Acharya

266

Materialism and food security.  

PubMed

The present studies examined if materialists have an elevated concern about food availability, presumably stemming from a general survival security motivation. Study 1 found that materialists set a greater life goal of food security, and reported more food insecurity during their childhood. Materialists reported less present-day food insecurity. Study 2 revealed that materialists stored/hoarded more food at home, and that obese persons endorsed materialism more than low/normal weight persons. Study 3 found that experimentally decreasing participants' feelings of survival security (via a mortality salience manipulation) led to greater endorsement of materialism, food security as goal, and using food for emotional comfort. The results imply that materialists overcame the food insecurity of their childhood by making food security a top life goal, but that materialists' current concerns about food security may not wholly stem from genuine threats to their food supply. PMID:16171902

Allen, M W; Wilson, M

2005-12-01

267

21 CFR 170.10 - Food additives in standardized foods.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

21 Food and Drugs 3 2013-04-01 2013-04-01 false Food additives in standardized foods. 170.10 Section 170.10 Food and Drugs FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES (CONTINUED)...

2013-04-01

268

21 CFR 170.10 - Food additives in standardized foods.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

21 Food and Drugs 3 2012-04-01 2012-04-01 false Food additives in standardized foods. 170.10 Section 170.10 Food and Drugs FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES (CONTINUED)...

2012-04-01

269

21 CFR 170.10 - Food additives in standardized foods.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

21 Food and Drugs 3 2011-04-01 2011-04-01 false Food additives in standardized foods. 170.10 Section 170.10 Food and Drugs FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES (CONTINUED)...

2011-04-01

270

Occurrence of pesticides in groundwater and sediments and mineralogy of sediments and grain coatings underlying the Rutgers Agricultural Research and Extension Center, Upper Deerfield, New Jersey, 2007  

USGS Publications Warehouse

Water and sediment samples were collected from June through October 2007 from seven plots at the Rutgers Agricultural Research and Extension Center in Upper Deerfield, New Jersey, and analyzed for a suite of pesticides (including fungicides) and other physical and chemical parameters (including sediment mineralogy) by the U.S. Geological Survey. Plots were selected for inclusion in this study on the basis of the crops grown and the pesticides used. Forty-one pesticides were detected in 14 water samples; these include 5 fungicides, 13 herbicides, 1 insecticide, and 22 pesticide degradates. The following pesticides and pesticide degradates were detected in 50 percent or more of the groundwater samples: 1-amide-4-hydroxy-chorothalonil, alachlor sulfonic acid, metolachlor oxanilic acid, metolachlor sulfonic acid, metalaxyl, and simazine. Dissolved-pesticide concentrations ranged from below their instrumental limit of detection to 36 micrograms per liter (for metolachlor sulfonic acid, a degradate of the herbicide metolachlor). The total number of pesticides found in groundwater samples ranged from 0 to 29. Fourteen pesticides were detected in sediment samples from continuous cores collected within each of the seven sampled plots; these include 4 fungicides, 2 herbicides, and 7 pesticide degradates. Pesticide concentrations in sediment samples ranged from below their instrumental limit of detection to 34.2 nanograms per gram (for azoxystrobin). The total number of pesticides found in sediment samples ranged from 0 to 8. Quantitative whole-rock and grain-coating mineralogy of sediment samples were determined by x-ray diffraction. Whole-rock analysis indicated that sediments were predominantly composed of quartz. The materials coating the quartz grains were removed to allow quantification of the trace mineral phases present.

Reilly, Timothy J.; Smalling, Kelly L.; Meyer, Michael T.; Sandstrom, Mark W.; Hladik, Michelle L.; Boehlke, Adam R.; Fishman, Neil S.; Battaglin, William A.; Kuivila, Kathryn M.

2014-01-01

271

Retailing organic foods  

Microsoft Academic Search

During the past five years consumer demand for organic food has risen dramatically in the wake of a series of high profile scares about food safety. This paper provides a case study of the retailing of organic foods. The case study includes an outline of the characteristics and development of the organic food market, an examination of the different players

Peter Jones; Colin Clarke-Hill; Peter Shears; David Hillier

2001-01-01

272

Prevention of Food Poisoning.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The programed text provides a single lesson, four-hour, correspondence subcourse on the prevention of food poisoning. It covers the following areas: a definition of food poisoning; chemical food poisoning; biological food poisoning; causes and prevention of trichinosis; six factors controlling bacteria growth; bacterial infection; prevention of

Army Quartermaster School, Ft. Lee, VA.

273

Furans in foods  

Microsoft Academic Search

Furans represent a class of compounds that have been reported in a wide variety of foods. Normally, they result from thermal decomposition reactions, and, as such, are important in foods. They also possess unique sensory properties and, thus, can significantly contribute to food flavor. This review shall attempt to summarize their food occurrences, organoleptic properties, and formation pathways.

Joseph A. Maga; Ira Katz

1979-01-01

274

Migration to dry foods  

Microsoft Academic Search

Plastic packaging is used for the containment of many dry foods. The United States Food and Drug Administration requires no migration testing of the packaging used for dry foods having no free oils on their surface. We illustrate with numerous examples that migration of additives from plastic packaging does, however, occur to such dry foods. Migration rates to these dry

Arthur D. Schwope; Robert C. Reid

1988-01-01

275

Food Business Entrepreneurship  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Though not a very traditional career path for food scientists, one option is to go into business for yourself by starting a food business. Food business entrepreneurship is a difficult career that entails long work hours, extensive decision making, and tasks that require knowledge beyond food science. However, there is high potential for rewards, including financial rewards, career progression, and personal flexibility.

Weber, Peter

276

The Food Chain  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

In this project you will learn about the food chain. In your notebook, write everything you know about the food chain and what you think goes at the top and bottom of the chain. After you write what you know go here to learn more about the food chain Food Chain Video. Click on "Play Movie." Now after watching the movie you should have ...

Jodi, Miss

2009-07-07

277

Food and exercise calculator  

US Patent & Trademark Office Database

A food and exercise calculating aid enables an individual to quickly determine how much of a selected exercise is necessary to burn off the calories consumed by a selected food item. Nutritional information for various food items and metabolic equivalent information for various exercises are stored in memories. The user accesses the memories for selected foods and exercises, as well as for the user's weight, and the aid calculates the exercise time duration necessary for the selected food.

2005-07-12

278

Daily Food Checklist  

Cancer.gov

The daily food checklist method is a form of food record. The tool is comprised of a list of foods; over the course of a day, a respondent makes a check beside a food each time she or he eats it. The checklist shares an advantage of other record methods in that it does not rely on memory. In addition, it avoids some disadvantages of complete quantitative food records in that it has relatively low respondent and investigator burden.

279

Daily Food Plan  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Students will find daily food recommendations based upon their age, weight, height, and activity level. Standard 2 Objective1: a,b,c It is helpful to have a guide that can give us directions on the type and quantity of foods we should eat daily. Lets first view the basics of our food groups. Click the Food Group Basics link below and see if you can answer the questions provided. Food Group Basics What is the ...

Peterson, Mr.

2011-09-18

280

Food Allergy: Diagnosis of Food Allergy  

Microsoft Academic Search

The diagnosis of food allergy derives from the clinical history and the results of supporting tests. To obtain the most information\\u000a from the clinical history, and for appropriate test selection and interpretation, the clinician must incorporate a knowledge\\u000a of the epidemiology and pathophysiology underlying food allergic diseases. Food-specific IgE antibodies measured by prick\\u000a skin testing and\\/or serum assay often provide

Scott H. Sicherer

281

Food Safety and Technology Food Safety and Technology  

E-print Network

Food Safety and Technology Food Safety and Technology National Center for Food Safety.D. The National Center for Food Safety and Technology (NCFST), with IIT faculty, U.S. Food and Drug Admin seeking graduate education in food safety and technology and food process engineering. Courses are offered

Saniie, Jafar

282

Attributing Illness to Food  

PubMed Central

Identification and prioritization of effective food safety interventions require an understanding of the relationship between food and pathogen from farm to consumption. Critical to this cause is food attribution, the capacity to attribute cases of foodborne disease to the food vehicle or other source responsible for illness. A wide variety of food attribution approaches and data are used around the world, including the analysis of outbreak data, case-control studies, microbial subtyping and source tracking methods, and expert judgment, among others. The Food Safety Research Consortium sponsored the Food Attribution Data Workshop in October 2003 to discuss the virtues and limitations of these approaches and to identify future options for collecting food attribution data in the United States. We summarize workshop discussions and identify challenges that affect progress in this critical component of a risk-based approach to improving food safety. PMID:16022770

Doyle, Michael P.; Morris, J. Glenn; Painter, John; Singh, Ruby; Tauxe, Robert V.; Taylor, Michael R.; Wong, Danilo M.A. Lo Fo

2005-01-01

283

Is fast food addictive?  

PubMed

Studies of food addiction have focused on highly palatable foods. While fast food falls squarely into that category, it has several other attributes that may increase its salience. This review examines whether the nutrients present in fast food, the characteristics of fast food consumers or the presentation and packaging of fast food may encourage substance dependence, as defined by the American Psychiatric Association. The majority of fast food meals are accompanied by a soda, which increases the sugar content 10-fold. Sugar addiction, including tolerance and withdrawal, has been demonstrated in rodents but not humans. Caffeine is a "model" substance of dependence; coffee drinks are driving the recent increase in fast food sales. Limited evidence suggests that the high fat and salt content of fast food may increase addictive potential. Fast food restaurants cluster in poorer neighborhoods and obese adults eat more fast food than those who are normal weight. Obesity is characterized by resistance to insulin, leptin and other hormonal signals that would normally control appetite and limit reward. Neuroimaging studies in obese subjects provide evidence of altered reward and tolerance. Once obese, many individuals meet criteria for psychological dependence. Stress and dieting may sensitize an individual to reward. Finally, fast food advertisements, restaurants and menus all provide environmental cues that may trigger addictive overeating. While the concept of fast food addiction remains to be proven, these findings support the role of fast food as a potentially addictive substance that is most likely to create dependence in vulnerable populations. PMID:21999689

Garber, Andrea K; Lustig, Robert H

2011-09-01

284

Home Hearth Food  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Home Hearth Food is primarily for people who grow or raise their own foods, depending on prepackaged and/or convenience foods as little as possible. Topics include butchering, preserving, smoking, culinary herbs, sausage, household formulas, homemade soda pop and other beverages, baking, equipment and supplies, solutions to food allergies, and allowable foods for those with other illnesses, intertwined with family chit-chat. Religious and political discussions are considered off-topic unless directly food-related in a preparatory, historical, or cultural sense.

1999-01-01

285

Food Antimicrobials Nanocarriers  

PubMed Central

Natural food antimicrobials are bioactive compounds that inhibit the growth of microorganisms involved in food spoilage or food-borne illness. However, stability issues result in degradation and loss of antimicrobial activity. Nanoencapsulation allows protection of antimicrobial food agents from unfavorable environmental conditions and incompatibilities. Encapsulation of food antimicrobials control delivery increasing the concentration of the antimicrobials in specific areas and the improvement of passive cellular absorption mechanisms resulted in higher antimicrobial activity. This paper reviews the present state of the art of the nanostructures used as food antimicrobial carriers including nanoemulsions, nanoliposomes, nanoparticles, and nanofibers. PMID:24995363

Blanco-Padilla, Adriana; Soto, Karen M.; Hernandez Iturriaga, Montserrat

2014-01-01

286

Functional Foods for Women's Health.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Describes functional foods for women's health (foods or food ingredients that provide health benefits beyond basic nutrition), explaining that both whole and modified foods can be included as functional foods. The paper discusses the history, regulation, and promotion of functional foods; consumer interest in functional foods; how to incorporate

Lindeman, Alice K.

2002-01-01

287

Food Retailing, Supermarkets and Food Security  

Microsoft Academic Search

The importance of supermarkets in the world food economy has increased radically since the early 1990s. They are now major sellers and buyers of food items not only in developed but also in developing countries. Urbanization and the liberalization of the services sector have been important facilitators of this process. Supermarkets have a significant impact on both producers and consumers.

Mehmet Arda

2006-01-01

288

RUTGERS SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT THOUGHT LEADERS | January 2014 Volume 1 Issue 1 1 C E N T E R F O R S U P P L Y C H A I N M A N A G E M E N T  

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RUTGERS SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT THOUGHT LEADERS | January 2014 � Volume 1 � Issue 1 1 C E N T E R F in manufacturing. The manufacturing sector has addressed these pressures using integrative supply chain management management, and operating room time) and implementing supply chain standardization, process engineering

Lin, Xiaodong

289

RUTGERS SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT THOUGHT LEADERS | April 2014 Volume 1 Issue 2 1 C E N T E R F O R S U P P L Y C H A I N M A N A G E M E N T  

E-print Network

RUTGERS SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT THOUGHT LEADERS | April 2014 · Volume 1 · Issue 2 1 C E N T E R F O innovative way. This is awesome! But what does it mean to supply chain management? First of all, the smart in Supply Chain Management Weiwei Chen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Supply Chain Management

Lin, Xiaodong

290

Safer Food with Irradiation  

E-print Network

This publication answers questions about food irradiation and how it helps prevent foodborne illnesses. Included are explanations of how irradiation works and its benefits. Irradiation is a safe method of preserving food quality and ensuring its...

Thompson, Britta; Vestal, Andy; Van Laanen, Peggy

2003-01-21

291

Food Label and You  

MedlinePLUS Videos and Cool Tools

... Restaurants & Retail Establishments The Food Label and You Video FDA presents an entertaining and educational tool to ... informed food choices. You can view the new video in its entirety or select on any of ...

292

Food Allergies and Travel  

MedlinePLUS

... Allergies, Asthma & the Immune System > Food Allergies and Travel Print A A A Text Size What's in ... Get Your Plan Ready (continued) Gillian loves to travel, and she's determined not to let her food ...

293

Fast food (image)  

MedlinePLUS

Fast foods are quick, reasonably priced, and readily available alternatives to home cooking. While convenient and economical for a busy lifestyle, fast foods are typically high in calories, fat, saturated fat, ...

294

Fast food tips (image)  

MedlinePLUS

... challenge to eat healthy when going to a fast food place. In general, avoiding items that are deep ... challenge to eat healthy when going to a fast food place. In general, avoiding items that are deep ...

295

Food and Environmental Science.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Argues that intensive agriculture restricted to suitable lands will be required in the future due to global population growth, declining food prices, and extreme poverty. Discusses the challenge of balancing environmental care with food production. (DDR)

Falvey, Lindsay

1997-01-01

296

Dangerous Food Safety Mistakes  

MedlinePLUS

... Safety Mistakes Text Size: A A A Dangerous Food Safety Mistakes Sometimes a simple mistake can have grave consequences. What may seem like a small food safety mistake can cause serious illness with long-term ...

297

Thermodynamics and Frozen Foods.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The heat content of a food at a given temperature can be described by the thermodynamic property of enthalpy. Presents a method to construct a simple calorimeter for measuring the enthalpy changes of different foods during freezing. (MDH)

Kerr, William L.; Reid, David S.

1993-01-01

298

MyFoodAdvisor  

MedlinePLUS

... Password? Login Cancel Can I eat this? . . . Meal Planning and Tips Managing diabetes is a challenge that ... can make it easier. Discover more about meal planning options and how MyFoodAdvisor can help. Explore Foods ...

299

Fun With Food Webs  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This set of online activities consists of matching games about meadow, arctic and pond food webs. Intended for younger students, each game involves placing images of various plants and animals into their proper places in the food webs.

300

Holiday Food Safety  

MedlinePLUS Videos and Cool Tools

... Foods: Follow Directions to Keep Your Holidays Happy Eating them right out of the package, without cooking, ... packaged cookie dough, do need to be cooked. Eating these kinds of foods right out of the ...

301

Food Chains: Nature's Restaurant  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

In these life science activities, students will participate in field observations of living things & do research of animals they observe to create a food chain & present it to the class. Students will participate in a food web simulation game.

Schaffran, Jane

302

Fun With Food Webs  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Explains an upper elementary game of tag that illustrates energy flow in food webs using candy bars as food sources. A follow-up field trip to a river and five language arts projects are also suggested. (CS)

Smith, Karl D.

1977-01-01

303

Food Chains and Webs  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

In this activity, learners investigate feeding relationships. Learners complete a food web and then make a mobile to represent a food chain. Use this activity to talk about predator/prey relationships and ecosystems.

Council, Biotechnology A.

2012-06-26

304

Apollo food technology  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Large improvements and advances in space food systems achieved during the Apollo food program are discussed. Modifications of the Apollo food system were directed primarily toward improving delivery of adequate nutrition to the astronaut. Individual food items and flight menus were modified as nutritional countermeasures to the effects of weightlessness. Unique food items were developed, including some that provided nutritional completeness, high acceptability, and ready-to-eat, shelf-stable convenience. Specialized food packages were also developed. The Apollo program experience clearly showed that future space food systems will require well-directed efforts to achieve the optimum potential of food systems in support of the physiological and psychological well-being of astronauts and crews.

Smith, M. C., Jr.; Heidelbaugh, N. D.; Rambaut, P. C.; Rapp, R. M.; Wheeler, H. O.; Huber, C. S.; Bourland, C. T.

1975-01-01

305

Global Food Governance  

Microsoft Academic Search

In the context of global modernity, the organisation of food production and consumption is changing. These changes have two important consequences, new food-related risks and concerns are emerging while conventional nation-state-based regulatory practices can no longer deal satisfactorily with food risks and concerns, either old or new. Consequently, innovative arrangements are needed to respond to the challenges facing food governance

P. J. M. Oosterveer

2005-01-01

306

Contact allergy to food.  

PubMed

Contact allergies to foods, spices, and food additives can occur to individuals in the workplace or at home. Seven different reaction types have been described. These include irritant contact dermatitis, allergic contact dermatitis, contact urticaria, protein contact dermatitis, phototoxic contact dermatitis, photo-allergic contact dermatitis, and systemic contact dermatitis. The causes of each of these are reviewed and an approach to the diagnosis and management of contact allergy to foods, spices, and food additives is formulated. PMID:15327475

Brancaccio, Ronald R; Alvarez, Marcy S

2004-01-01

307

Biosensors for Food Safety  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

How can you tell if harmful bacteria are in your food or water that might make you sick? What you eat or drink can be contaminated with bacteria, viruses, parasites and toxinspathogens that can be harmful or even fatal. Students learn which contaminants have the greatest health risks and how they enter the food supply. While food supply contaminants can be identified from cultures grown in labs, bioengineers are creating technologies to make the detection of contaminated food quicker, easier and more effective.

Bio-Inspired Technology and Systems (BITS) RET,

308

Michelle Springfield Food Insecurity: The prospects for Food  

E-print Network

Michelle Springfield Page 1 PPhhDD Food Insecurity: The prospects for Food Sovereignty....................................................................................................................................28 How many are food insecure-nutrition/undernutrition...........................................................................................................................40 3. Where does food insecurity occur most

Sheldon, Nathan D.

309

College of Agriculture, Food and Environment FSC Food Science  

E-print Network

College of Agriculture, Food and Environment FSC Food Science KEY: # = new course * = course TO FOOD SCIENCE. (3) Ageneralbasicfoodsciencecoursethatdealswithworldfoodneedsandavailablefoodsupplies,typesoffoodandnutritivevaluesand use,foodprocessingtechnologyanddistributionmethods. FSC 304 ANIMAL DERIVED FOODS. (5

MacAdam, Keith

310

Fast food: dietary perspectives  

Microsoft Academic Search

Consideration is given to the fast food debate in the context of a healthy diet. Fast food products readily available in retail outlets in the London area are reported on. It is apparent from this exercise that consumers can make informed choices in accord with the Balance of Good Health. Quantitative ingredient declarations on packaging clearly show, which foods are

G. Jill Davies; Jennifer L. Smith

2004-01-01

311

Using Food Labels  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

In this nutrition activity, learners explore food labels and consider the nutritional value of foods. Learners also explore units of measurement commonly used on food labels. Learners will be surprised to find out how much sugar soft drinks contain. This lesson guide includes background information and bilingual (English/Spanish) handouts.

Moreno, Nancy P.; Tharp, Barbara Z.

2011-01-01

312

The right to food  

Microsoft Academic Search

The right to food has always been recognized as a valid and fundamental right of the individual. In the absence of food, other political and economic rights and freedoms are meaningless. Global food supplies have for many years been more than adequate to feed the world's population. Nonetheless, hunger and malnutrition are still painful realities. Does hunger represent a failure

Per Pinstrup-Andersen; David F. Nygaard; Annu Ratta

1995-01-01

313

Genetically Modified Foods  

Microsoft Academic Search

This study outlines the controversy surrounding genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and how it impacts North American based food service companies' marketing policies. Recent developments have made foods derived from GMOs a strategic marketing challenge for food service franchise and chain operations. Headlines such as Why McDonalds Pulled Frankenfries from Menus have unwittingly put restaurants on the frontline of the battle

Robert R. Nelson; Ali A. Poorani; Justin E. Crews

2004-01-01

314

A food regime genealogy  

Microsoft Academic Search

Food regime analysis emerged to explain the strategic role of agriculture and food in the construction of the world capitalist economy. It identifies stable periods of capital accumulation associated with particular configurations of geopolitical power, conditioned by forms of agricultural production and consumption relations within and across national spaces. Contradictory relations within food regimes produce crisis, transformation, and transition to

Philip McMichael

2009-01-01

315

FOOD COMPOSITION AND ANALYSIS  

E-print Network

in the food industry (Brosnan and Sun, 2004). The salmon industry and research community are in need of fastJOURNAL OF FOOD COMPOSITION AND ANALYSIS Journal of Food Composition and Analysis 20 (2007) 73 fast, ARTICLE IN PRESS www.elsevier.com/locate/jfca 0889-1575/$ - see front matter r 2006 Elsevier Inc

Manne, Fredrik

316

Local Food Markets Sustainability  

E-print Network

Local Food Markets Organics Sustainability Cooperatives CSA Florida Agricultural Commodity and Policy Outlook Conference Jennifer L. Clark November 15, 2012 #12;What is "local" food? Source: http://agmarketing.extension.psu.edu/ComFarmMkt/PDFs/local_food_system.pdf Per USDA, there is no consensus

Hill, Jeffrey E.

317

Food packaging design  

Microsoft Academic Search

'Food product design - An integrated approach' deals with food product design from a technological perspective. It presents creative techniques for the innovation process and structured methodologies to translate consumer wishes into product properties based on Quality Function Deployment. Up-to-date solutions for chemical and physical changes during food processing and storage are discussed. This book explains how to apply barrier

2008-01-01

318

Food allergy: current concerns  

SciTech Connect

This commentary focuses on the author's concerns with various aspects of food allergy. Strict criteria should be applied to the definition of food allergy and its diagnostic techniques. Industrial inhalational exposures, food contaminations and cross-sensitization all are important influences which demand studious attention.

Fries, J.H.

1981-05-01

319

Addressing Food Allergies  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Since 1960, the incidence of food allergies in children has grown fivefold, from 1 in 100 children to 1 in 20 children, according to the Food Allergy Initiative. Food allergies cause anaphylactic shock, the most severe type of allergic reaction, which can lead to death within minutes if left untreated. While there are no standard guidelines from

DeVoe, Jeanne Jackson

2008-01-01

320

Whole Foods Market, Inc  

Microsoft Academic Search

This case explores the rise and expansion of Whole Foods Market, Inc. As the world's leading natural and organic food supermarket, Whole Foods, faces major strategic issues in both its external and internal environment. These issues include the deterioration of the American economy, the uncertain future of the organic segment of the grocery industry, the increased competition of the major

James L. Harbin; Patricia Humphrey

321

Growing Youth Food Citizens  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

How can youth be educated and empowered to become responsible food citizens? Evidence from a university-community partnership with youth in Michigan is presented to illuminate participatory approaches to youth engagement in food systems. We found that youth have valuable knowledge to enhance our understanding of food environments. At the same

Wright, Wynne; Nault, Katherine

2013-01-01

322

SAFE HANDLING OF FOODS  

EPA Science Inventory

Microbial food-borne illnesses pose a significant health problem in Japan. In 1996 the world's largest outbreak of Escherichia coli food illness occurred in Japan. Since then, new regulatory measures were established, including strict hygiene practices in meat and food processi...

323

The Biology of Food  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In this article, the author discusses "The Biology of Food" course. This course--a large lecture course with no laboratory section--is a mixture of kitchen chemistry, post-eating food metabolism, origins of different foods (from crop breeding to evolution), and ecological and environmental impacts of farming and harvesting practices. Nearly every

Bonner, J. Jose

2004-01-01

324

Asthma and Food Allergies  

MedlinePLUS

... and Food Allergies Health Issues Listen Asthma and Food Allergies Article Body A family history of any type of allergy increases the risk that a child may develop asthma . Children with asthma and food allergies are at increased risk for anaphylaxis, a ...

325

Food Safety and Technology Food Safety and Technology  

E-print Network

Food Safety and Technology Food Safety and Technology Institute for Food Safety and Health IIT Program Manager: Renee McBrien The Institute for Food Safety and Health (IFSH), with IIT faculty, U ground for individuals seeking graduate edu- cation in food safety and technology and food process

Heller, Barbara

326

Food Science and Nutrition Department of Food Science and Nutrition  

E-print Network

Food Science and Nutrition Department of Food Science and Nutrition Institute for Food Safety of Food Science and Nutrition (FdSN) at the School of Applied Technology and the Institute for Food Safety experts, provides a unique training ground for individuals seeking graduate education in food safety

Heller, Barbara

327

Food SafetyTraining for Retail Food Establishments  

E-print Network

Food SafetyTraining for Retail Food Establishments and Cottage Food Producers Offered by Colorado workers seeking food safety certifi- cation. ServSafe® Manager participants must achieve a passing exam- ServSafe® Manager or Food Handler 303) 678-6374 Monthly Larimer County- Food Handler (970-498-6008 Upon

Stephens, Graeme L.

328

Food Safety and Raw Milk  

MedlinePLUS

... page: About CDC.gov . Food Safety Share Compartir Food Safety and Raw Milk Real-Life Raw Milk Stories ... 4636) TTY: (888) 232-6348 Contact CDCINFO Food Safety Homepage CDC and Food Safety About Foodborne Illness ...

329

Eating Outdoors, Handling Food Safely  

MedlinePLUS

... are open Serving Picnic Food: Keep it COLD / HOT Keeping food at proper temperatures - indoor and out - ... water as ice melts and replace ice frequently. HOT FOOD Hot food should be kept hot, at ...

330

Folklore and food habits.  

PubMed

The folklore surrounding food habits developed from uncertainty and fear in mankind's quest for food. In an attempt to gain control of his destiny, man developed various magical practices which would perhaps assure an abundance of food. The practice and beliefs did not develop haphazardly, but, on examination, reveal a type of "folk logic" explained by Sir James Frazer's concepts of contagious and homeopathic magic. The "logic" was extended to specific practices in preparing foods, eating of foods on special days, the use of food in curing certain diseases, and forbidding foods at certain times. The folk were attempting to coordinate the phenomena of their world according to cause and effect much the same as modern Americans coordinate their world. However, the basic assuptions were different. PMID:1254878

Shifflett, P A

1976-04-01

331

POTLUCK FOOD SAFETY 1. Definition  

E-print Network

POTLUCK FOOD SAFETY 1. Definition: (i) Campus Potluck is a closed food event that is privately be prominently displayed at the potluck event. 3. Potluck Food Safety: (i) Ensure that food is prepared this to ensure food safety. (iv) Keep food covered or otherwise protected from contamination as much as possible

332

Dietary Changes for Food Allergies  

E-print Network

I. Dietary Changes for Food Allergies or Food Intolerance #12;Reference Guide HANDOUT Food Allergies--Rare but Risky U.S. Food and Drug Administration FDA Consumer Revised October 2011 Do you start millions of Americans to suspect they have a food allergy. But true food allergies affect a relatively

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RUSHS Website: http://healthservices.camden.rutgers.edu Rutgers Student  

E-print Network

of medications you take including prescription, over-the-counter, herbal products, supplements, birth control Diabetic & Hypertensive Management Nutrition Counseling General, Athletic, and Nursing Physicals Sexual

334

Food irradiation and sterilization  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Radiation sterilization of food (radappertization) requires exposing food in sealed containers to ionizing radiation at absorbed doses high enough (25-70 kGy) to kill all organisms of food spoilage and public health significance. Radappertization is analogous to thermal canning is achieving shelf stability (long term storage without refrigeration). Except for dry products in which autolysis is negligible, the radappertization process also requires that the food be heated to an internal temperature of 70-80C (bacon to 53C) to inactivate autolytic enzymes which catalyze spoilage during storage without refrigeration. To minimize the occurence of irradiation induced off-flavors and odors, undesirable color changes, and textural and nutritional losses from exposure to the high doses required for radappertization, the foods are vacuum sealed and irradiated frozen (-40C to -20C). Radappertozed foods have the characteristic of fresh foods prepared for eating. Radappertization can substitute in whole or in part for some chemical food additives such as ethylene oxide and nitrites which are either toxic, carcinogenic, mutagenic, or teratogenic. After 27 years of testing for "wholesomeness" (safety for consumption) of radappertized foods, no confirmed evidence has been obtained of any adverse effecys of radappertization on the "wholesomeness" characteristics of these foods.

Josephson, Edward S.

335

Mood, food, and obesity  

PubMed Central

Food is a potent natural reward and food intake is a complex process. Reward and gratification associated with food consumption leads to dopamine (DA) production, which in turn activates reward and pleasure centers in the brain. An individual will repeatedly eat a particular food to experience this positive feeling of gratification. This type of repetitive behavior of food intake leads to the activation of brain reward pathways that eventually overrides other signals of satiety and hunger. Thus, a gratification habit through a favorable food leads to overeating and morbid obesity. Overeating and obesity stems from many biological factors engaging both central and peripheral systems in a bi-directional manner involving mood and emotions. Emotional eating and altered mood can also lead to altered food choice and intake leading to overeating and obesity. Research findings from human and animal studies support a two-way link between three concepts, mood, food, and obesity. The focus of this article is to provide an overview of complex nature of food intake where various biological factors link mood, food intake, and brain signaling that engages both peripheral and central nervous system signaling pathways in a bi-directional manner in obesity. PMID:25225489

Singh, Minati

2014-01-01

336

Extension Investment Option 2015-17 Food Systems, Food Security, Food Safety  

E-print Network

Extension Investment Option 2015-17 Food Systems, Food Security, Food Safety The Statewide Need: Food is complicated--culturally, politically, and economically. A food systems approach is a key the foundational strengths of OSU Extension and its delivery model in communities and across the state. Food

Tullos, Desiree

337

Food Label Accuracy of Common Snack Foods  

PubMed Central

Nutrition labels have raised awareness of the energetic value of foods, and represent for many a pivotal guideline to regulate food intake. However, recent data have created doubts on label accuracy. Therefore we tested label accuracy for energy and macronutrient content of prepackaged energy-dense snack food products. We measured true caloric content of 24 popular snack food products in the U.S. and determined macronutrient content in 10 selected items. Bomb calorimetry and food factors were used to estimate energy content. Macronutrient content was determined according to Official Methods of Analysis. Calorimetric measurements were performed in our metabolic laboratory between April 20th and May 18th and macronutrient content was measured between September 28th and October 7th of 2010. Serving size, by weight, exceeded label statements by 1.2% [median] (25th percentile ?1.4, 75th percentile 4.3, p=0.10). When differences in serving size were accounted for, metabolizable calories were 6.8 kcal (0.5, 23.5, p=0.0003) or 4.3% (0.2, 13.7, p=0.001) higher than the label statement. In a small convenience sample of the tested snack foods, carbohydrate content exceeded label statements by 7.7% (0.8, 16.7, p=0.01); however fat and protein content were not significantly different from label statements (?12.8% [?38.6, 9.6], p=0.23; 6.1% [?6.1, 17.5], p=0.32). Carbohydrate content explained 40% and serving size an additional 55% of the excess calories. Among a convenience sample of energy-dense snack foods, caloric content is higher than stated on the nutrition labels, but overall well within FDA limits. This discrepancy may be explained by inaccurate carbohydrate content and serving size. PMID:23505182

Jumpertz, Reiner; Venti, Colleen A; Le, Duc Son; Michaels, Jennifer; Parrington, Shannon; Krakoff, Jonathan; Votruba, Susanne

2012-01-01

338

Food-Induced Anaphylaxis  

Microsoft Academic Search

\\u000a Food allergy is the most common single cause of anaphylaxis. About 46% of children and 3% of adults suffer from confirmed\\u000a food allergy, which places a huge population at risk for anaphylaxis. This chapter provides an overview of the epidemiology,\\u000a pathophysiology, clinical presentation, pediatric considerations, risk factors, treatment, diagnosis, prevention, and natural\\u000a history of food-induced anaphylaxis. With a growing population

Kirsi M. Jrvinen-Seppo; Anna Nowak-W?grzyn

339

RUTGERS GOLF ASSOCIATION 2013 SEASON  

E-print Network

on tournament formats, local rules and the schedule of events --- will be distributed at the Breakfast Meeting. The Membership Application Forms can be requested by mail, downloaded from our web site (www.rugtersgolfassn.org/rgaweb) , or obtained in the Pro-Shop. Please be aware that there is a maximum limit to the number of RGA members. You

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SYBIL PUTNAM SEITZINGER Rutgers University  

E-print Network

of Ecosystems (1999-2005) Editorial Board of Estuaries (2000-2004) Editorial Board of Marine Pollution Bulletin prep). Land-based dissolved inorganic nitrogen export to Large Marine Ecosystems Carlton, A.G., B) "The impact of animal production systems on the nitrogen cycle." Livestock in a Changing Landscape

Seitzinger, Sybil

341

Rutgers Cooperative Extension faculty and  

E-print Network

Using Green Infrastructure to Clean Up Car Wash Pollution 3 Development of an Organic Land Care Program; Using Green Infrastructure to Clean Up Car Wash Pollution Michele Bakacs, Environmental and Resource

Goodman, Robert M.

342

Rutgers Alumni Volunteer Information Network  

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provide answers to many of the questions students have. You can share memories, friendships that you juniors are selected to receive this award (in the form of a book). Recruiters may attend the awards. These events alleviate anxieties associated with living away from home for the first time and begin friendships

Goodman, Robert M.

343

April 9, 2010 Rutgers University  

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William Levis The Future of the Nuclear Power in a Carbon Economy Coffee Break William G. Clark, Rodgin;SPEAKERS The Future of Regulation: Financial, Energy and More Center for Research in Regulated Industries This workshop is a part of a series of workshops on energy, electricity, gas, postal, telecom, water, etc

Lin, Xiaodong

344

Ivan E. Brick Rutgers University  

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: An Empirical Test," Mergers and Acquisitions, Edited by M. Keenan and L. White, Lexington Press, 1982 (with Research, Fall 1981 (with Meir Statman), pp. 265-269. 4) "Financial Motives in Conglomerate Mergers Examination of the Diversification Effect in Conglomerate Mergers," is published in the Proceedings

Lin, Xiaodong

345

James L. Bicksler Rutgers University  

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and Corporate Cultures Leadership: Corporate, Non-Profit and Athletic Sectors EVA: A Shareholder Value Framework, Restructuring and the Market for Corporate Control Real Estate: Innovations, Market Movements and Pension Company, 1979. Capital Market Equilibrium and Efficiency: Implications for Accounting, Financial

Lin, Xiaodong

346

Rutgers Scientists in the News  

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a Creative Voice Centennial Gala Raises more than $180,000 for Scholarships It was both an evening, and provide them with the substantive knowledge, analytical skills and perspectives needed to respond of children with language-learning difficulties. Her work also appeared in Entrepreneur. NaTioNal GEo

Hanson, Stephen José

347

TV Channels 2. Rutgers Community  

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. Cartoon Network 17. WB 18. CNBC 22. CNN 23. PBS TV 23 24. Headline NEWS Cable Television Service Provided. E! 38. Fox News 39. ESPN U 40. F/X 41. Game Show Network 42. Lifetime 43. MSNBC 44. MTV Cable Television Service Provided By #12;TV Channels 45. MTV 2 48. NASA Network 49. NFL Network 50. Nickelodeon 51

348

Office of Communications Rutgers University  

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as head coach. Loughran recently captured his 100th career victory, the most wins in the NCAA Division III-from- behind win against rival Ramapo on Dec. 3. Under his leadership, the Scarlet Raiders basketball team has

Hanson, Stephen José

349

Rutgers University -Camden Intramural Handbook  

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.....................................................................................Pg. 6 Captain's Responsibilities......................................................................................................Pg. 6 Individual Sports Rules

Garfunkel, Eric

350

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY 2011 TAX &TECHNOLOGY  

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will offer the practitioner insight as to what is new with the IRS and the NJ Division of Taxation as well in Taxation and 2 hours of CPE in Technology. Hot topics will include: Data security, Estate and Gift tax and has lectured at firms in the area of profes- sional ethics and taxation. He chaired the Cooperation

Lin, Xiaodong

351

Deciphering Food Labels  

MedlinePLUS

... but many processed foods contain greater amounts. Total Carbohydrate This number, listed in grams, combines several types of carbohydrates : dietary fibers, sugars, and other carbohydrates. Carbs are ...

352

Availability of Food Iron  

PubMed Central

Iron has been extracted from 25 common foods under conditions resembling those prevailing in the stomach under physiological conditions. In most cases less than half the iron in the foods is released into solution. The soluble iron is mainly in ionizable form, except in the case of meat products and black pudding. The amount of food iron released is influenced by cooking and the presence of iron-binding substances in some foods. The total dietary iron probably does not represent the amount available for absorption. PMID:5774316

Jacobs, A.; Greenman, D. A.

1969-01-01

353

International food patterns for space food  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The purpose of this research was to obtain basic data on ethnic foods by studying dietary patterns and multicultural foods, and to determine nutritional status of multicultural space explorers by evaluating dietary, clinical, biochemical, and socioeconomic factors. The study will plan a significant role in providing nutritional research for space explorers of different ethnic backgrounds. It will provide scientific background information by bringing together cross cultural dietary and nutritional from different ethnic groups. Results will also help the health care personnel including physicians, dietitians, and nutritionists to better understand and assist patients from other cultures illness. Also, the results will provide data which will help in the development of future food plans for long duration flights involving manned exploration to Mars and lunar base colonies.

Ahmed, Selina; Cox, Amanda; Cornish, Pauline V.

1989-01-01

354

Food Cravings, Endogenous Opioid Peptides, and Food Intake: A Review  

Microsoft Academic Search

Extensive research indicates a strong relationship between endogenous opioid peptides (EOPs) and food intake. In the present paper, we propose that food cravings act as an intervening variable in this opioid-ingestion link. Specifically, we argue that altered EOP activity may elicit food cravings which in turn may influence food consumption. Correlational support for this opioidergic theory of food cravings is

MICHELE E MERCER; MARK D HOLDER

1997-01-01

355

HEALTHY FOOD DRIVE Food Pantry Nutrition Project, University of Missouri  

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HEALTHY FOOD DRIVE Food Pantry Nutrition Project, University of Missouri Community food drives provide an important source of food for families trying to make ends meet. They also give neighbors the chance to help neighbors and instill the values of sharing and caring in children. While food pantries

Noble, James S.

356

Good Food Epicure Good Food Epicure is the longest  

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Overview #12;Good Food Epicure Overview Good Food Epicure is the longest running weekly food in the hospitality industry. Written and edited by some of the most noted food and wine writers and columnists, Good Food Epicure features industry news, restaurant, bar and wine reviews, recipes, the latest kitchen

Peters, Richard

357

Food Engineering Food Engineer -second cycle: 6 terms  

E-print Network

Food Engineering Food Engineer - second cycle: 6 terms Objective To train professionals of food. Contents This is one of the courses of studies that makeup the Food programme of the UBA training and which serves as the foundation for the superior cycle or specialization cycle in Food

Groisman, Pablo

358

Food and Feed Safety and Quality "Food&Feed"  

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Food and Feed Safety and Quality ­ "Food&Feed" Agneta Oskarsson, BVF Launching of the Research Schools at VH 2011-05-05 #12;Theme of the research school Quality and safety of food and feed in a broad health, risk analysis, food security etc Food Safety Research Risk analysis #12;Examples of research

359

Evaluating food safety perceptions and practices for agricultural food handler  

Microsoft Academic Search

This study investigates food safety perceptions and agricultural food handling practices, as well as satisfaction with the work performance of such handlers. Data are collected from 333 food handlers at agricultural food processing companies or restaurants. Data is analyzed by SPSS, with statistical analyses including descriptive statistics, t tests and regression analyses. Dimensions pertaining to food safety perception and practices

Wen-Hwa Ko

2010-01-01

360

FOOD SYSTEM PLANNING FOR  

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with an overview of the efficiency and environmental benefits associated local food systems. The Center for EnergyLOCAL FOOD SYSTEM POLICY AND PLANNING FOR SUSTAINABILITY FINAL REPORT for the Science, Engineering and international agencies and nonprofit organizations. The Center is composed of an internationally diverse faculty

Delaware, University of

361

Trends in Food Packaging.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article discusses developments in food packaging, processing, and preservation techniques in terms of packaging materials, technologies, consumer benefits, and current and potential food product applications. Covers implications due to consumer life-style changes, cost-effectiveness of packaging materials, and the ecological impact of

Ott, Dana B.

1988-01-01

362

Rebuilding the Food Pyramid.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Discusses the old food guide pyramid released in 1992 by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Contradicts the message that fat is bad, which was presented to the public by nutritionists, and the effects of plant oils on cholesterol. Introduces a new food pyramid. (YDS)

Willet, Walter C.; Stampfer, Meir J.

2003-01-01

363

Fast food: friendly?  

Microsoft Academic Search

Fast food is routinely blamed for the obesity epidemic and consequentially excluded from professional dietary recommendations. However, several sections of society including senior citizens, low-income adult and children, minority and homeless children, or those pressed for time appear to rely on fast food as an important source of meals. Considering the dependence of these nutritionally vulnerable population groups on fast

S Rice; E J McAllister; N V Dhurandhar

2007-01-01

364

Update on food allergy  

Microsoft Academic Search

Tremendous progress has been made in our understanding of food-based allergic disorders over the past 5 years. Recent epidemiologic studies suggest that nearly 4% of Americans are afflicted with food allergies, a prevalence much higher than appreciated in the past. In addition, the prevalence of peanut allergy was found to have doubled in American children less than 5 years of

Hugh A. Sampson

2004-01-01

365

Food Allergy An Overview  

E-print Network

Food Allergy An Overview NIAID National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases U;#12;National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Food Allergy An Overview U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES National Institutes of Health National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases NIH

Bandettini, Peter A.

366

Encapsulation of food ingredients  

Microsoft Academic Search

Microencapsulation is a relatively new technology that is used for protection, stabilization, and slow release of food ingredients. The encapsulating or wall materials used generally consist of starch, starch derivatives, proteins, gums, lipids, or any combination of them. Methods of encapsulation of food ingredients include spraydrying, freeze?drying, fluidized bed?coating, extrusion, cocrystallization, molecular inclusion, and coacervation. This paper reviews techniques for

Fereidoon Shahidi

1993-01-01

367

Cyclodextrins as food ingredients  

Microsoft Academic Search

The present paper deals with the practical aspects of the utilization of cyclodextrins and cyclodextrin complexes in the food industry. The molecular encapsulation of lipophilic food ingredients with cyclodextrin improves the stability of flavours, vitamins, colourants and unsaturated fats, etc., both in physical and chemical sense leading to extended product shelf-life. Accelerated and long-term storage stability test results showed that

Lajos Szente; Jozsef Szejtli

2004-01-01

368

Niigugim Qalgadangis (Atkan Food).  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

A history of food gathering and food preparation techniques of Alaska natives on Atka Island in the Aleutians are presented in Western Aleut and English with illustrations by J. Leslie Boffa and Mike Dirks. Directions are given for preparing: various plants, including wild rice; salted, dried, or smoked fish; baked flour; fried dough; boiled

Dirks, Moses; Dirks, Lydia

369

Food Service Fundamentals.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Developed as part of the Marine Corps Institute (MCI) correspondence training program, this course on food service fundamentals is designed to provide a general background in the basic aspects of the food service program in the Marine Corps; it is adaptable for nonmilitary instruction. Introductory materials include specific information for MCI

Marine Corps Inst., Washington, DC.

370

Food Affects Human Behavior.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

A conference on whether food and nutrients affect human behavior was held on November 9, 1982 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Various research studies on this topic are reviewed, including the effects of food on brain biochemistry (particularly sleep) and effects of tryptophane as a pain reducer. (JN)

Kolata, Gina

1982-01-01

371

NASA food systems  

Microsoft Academic Search

The development of space food has been evolving since the Soviet cosmonaut, German Titov, became the first human to eat in space in August 1961. John Glenn was the first American to consume food, applesauce, on the third manned Mercury mission in August 1962. Before these events, there was no knowledge that humans would be able to swallow and, hence,

Michele Perchonok; Charles Bourland

2002-01-01

372

Food Chain Game  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

In this outdoor game, learners role play populations linked in a food chain. The resource suggests a chain with plant, grasshopper, frog, and hawk, but other food chains can be role-played, for example plankton, anchovy, salmon, sea lion. The more "animals" (learners!) the merrier for this active game.

Science, Lawrence H.

1979-01-01

373

Geospatial Revolution: Food Deserts  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Food deserts refer to a lack of easy access to nutritious food. They exist all over America as an outcome of poverty. This video from Penn State Public Broadcasting’s Geospatial Revolution shows how geospatial technology can help change this reality.

Wpsu

2010-11-11

374

Food Drying and Dewatering  

Microsoft Academic Search

Food drying and dewatering raises a growing interest because of increasing requirements in quality, specially in the production of ingredients and additives for food formulation. Heat and mass transfers, as well as mechanical phenomena and reactions kinetics induced by these transfers must be more and more carefully controlled during drying and storage.This chapter relates recent advances in- drying of solids-

Catherine Bonaui; Elisabeth Dumoulin; Anne-Lucie Raoult-Wack; Z. Berk; J. J. Bimbenet; F. Courtois; G. Trystram; J. Vasseur

1996-01-01

375

Agricultural and Food Sciences  

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issues of local and global relevance at the nexus of human nutrition, food security and the sustainable to agriculture, food, nutrition and the environment for the enhancement of livelihoods, human health and well programs to meet the needs of an evolving regional demand. An MS in Nutrition was introduced in 1963

376

Local Food, Sustainability, and Cuba's National Food Program  

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There is a tendency in food systems research and planning to associate sustainable and socially just food provisioning with the local scale. This thesis questions the assumption that food security and environmental ...

Fusco, Audrey Corinne

2008-01-01

377

21 CFR 170.10 - Food additives in standardized foods.  

(a) The inclusion of food ingredients in parts 170 through 189 of this chapter does not imply that these ingredients may be used in standardized foods unless they are recognized as optional ingredients in applicable food...

2014-04-01

378

Ensuring Food Safety: The Cooperative Retail Food Program  

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... Articulos en Espanol Ensuring Food Safety: The Cooperative Retail Food Program Search the Consumer Updates Section Please ... and tribal agencies work cooperatively to help keep retail food safe throughout the United States. These agencies ...

379

[Health claims about food].  

PubMed

Health claims about food requires harmonised guidelines; the EU has started work on a regulation. The purpose of health claims should be to help consumers select foods which they can include as a natural part of their diet and which benefit their health. Importantly, the use of health claims on some foods should not undermine confidence in normal traditional foods, which is not branded or marketed with such claims. The introduction of health claims will not replace the efforts at providing general information and education aimed at consumers. Food companies have a special interest in including health claims in their marketing. However, there are as yet no studies demonstrating that such claims promote health in the general population or even healthy eating, hence the importance of a thorough evaluation of health claims. PMID:15131709

Ose, Turid; Rimestad, Arnhild Haga

2004-05-01

380

Food allergy in children  

PubMed Central

Food allergy is being increasingly recognised with the highest prevalence being in preschool children. Pathogenesis varies so diagnosis rests on careful history and clinical examination, appropriate use of skin prick and serum-specific IgE testing, food challenge, and supervised elimination diets. A double blind placebo controlled food challenge is the gold standard diagnostic test. Avoidance of the allergenic food is the key towards successful management. IgE mediated food allergy may present as a potentially fatal anaphylactic reaction, and management consists of the appropriate use of adrenaline (epinephrine) and supportive measures. Sensitisation remains a key target for intervention. Disease modifying agents are currently under trial for managing difficult allergies. Management requires a multidisciplinary approach and follow up. PMID:16272231

Baral, V; O'B, H

2005-01-01

381

Food for thought.  

PubMed

Do certain kinds of food contain pharmacologically active substances in concentrations that are high enough to have druglike effects when consumed? Are biologically active compounds in food indicative of therapeutic value? Is traditional drug development suitable for testing the merits of food? Is it ethical to test food as a drug on patients? Will dietary disease management remain a pipedream? Is it a fact or fantasy that the Mediterranean diet is beneficial to health? Is a vegetarian diet an elimination therapy, or one of supplementation? What can be learned from animals? Are humans losing the capability of listening to their bodies? In this review, we will address these questions--providing food for thought. PMID:17129831

Tulp, Martin; Bruhn, Jan G; Bohlin, Lars

2006-12-01

382

Food Chains and Food Webs - Balance within Natural Systems  

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With a continued focus on the Sonoran Desert, students are introduced to the concepts of food chains and food webs through a PowerPoint® presentation. They learn the difference between producers and consumers and study how these organisms function within their communities as participants in various food chains. They further understand ecosystem differences by learning how multiple food chains link together to form intricate and balanced food webs. At lesson end, students construct food webs using endemic desert species.

Vu Bioengineering Ret Program

383

"New Jersey is the pharmaceutical capital of the country and Rutgers is at the center of it all," says Marc Paolantonio. After receiving his under-  

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and advertising division at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, was a recent guest lecturer in Legal company. MBA in Pharmaceutical Management A Healthy Dose of Real-World Experience Special Courses Students case studies and news. Recent topics have included stem cell research, direct to consumer advertising

Lin, Xiaodong

384

Hybrid Food Preservation Program Improves Food Preservation and Food Safety Knowledge  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The growing trend in home food preservation raises concerns about whether the resulting food products will be safe to eat. The increased public demand for food preservation information led to the development of the comprehensive food preservation program, Preserve the Taste of Summer (PTTS). PTTS is a comprehensive hybrid food preservation program

Francis, Sarah L.

2014-01-01

385

Increasing variety of foods consumed by blending nonpreferred foods into preferred foods.  

PubMed Central

A treatment with differential or noncontingent reinforcement and nonremoval of the spoon increased the acceptance of one or two of 16 foods for 2 participants with severe food refusal. These differential levels of acceptance were demonstrated empirically in an ABAB design in which A was the presentation of the accepted (preferred) foods and B was the presentation of foods the participants refused (nonpreferred foods). Subsequently, we implemented a blending treatment that consisted of mixing (blending) nonpreferred foods into preferred foods in various ratios (e.g., 10% nonpreferred/90% preferred, 20% nonpreferred/80% preferred). We then presented nonpreferred foods that had been exposed to blending to determine if consumption of nonpreferred foods would increase following the blending treatment. We also conducted periodic reversals in which we presented nonpreferred foods that had not been exposed to the blending treatment. Following initial implementation of the blending treatment, consumption was high for nonpreferred foods that had been blended and low for nonpreferred foods that had not been blended. Consumption increased for all foods (i.e., foods that had been exposed to blending and foods that had not been exposed to blending) after seven or eight foods had been exposed to the blending treatment. Thus, the variety of foods consumed by the participants increased from one or two to 16. These results are discussed in terms of stimulus fading, conditioned food preferences, and escape extinction. DESCRIPTORS: conditioned food preferences, food refusal, negative reinforcement, stimulus fading PMID:15293635

Mueller, Michael M; Piazza, Cathleen C; Patel, Meeta R; Kelley, Michael E; Pruett, Angela

2004-01-01

386

Introduction to Food Analysis  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Investigations in food science and technology, whether by the food industry, governmental agencies, or universities, often require determination of food composition and characteristics. Trends and demands of consumers, the food industry, and national and international regulations challenge food scientists as they work to monitor food composition and to ensure the quality and safety of the food supply. All food products require analysis as part of a quality management program throughout the development process (including raw ingredients), through production, and after a product is in the market. In addition, analysis is done of problem samples and competitor products. The characteristics of foods (i.e., chemical composition, physical properties, sensory properties) are used to answer specific questions for regulatory purposes and typical quality control. The nature of the sample and the specific reason for the analysis commonly dictate the choice of analytical methods. Speed, precision, accuracy, and ruggedness often are key factors in this choice. Validation of the method for the specific food matrix being analyzed is necessary to ensure usefulness of the method. Making an appropriate choice of the analytical technique for a specific application requires a good knowledge of the various techniques (Fig. 1.1). For example, your choice of method to determine the salt content of potato chips would be different if it is for nutrition labeling than for quality control. The success of any analytical method relies on the proper selection and preparation of the food sample, carefully performing the analysis, and doing the appropriate calculations and interpretation of the data. Methods of analysis developed and endorsed by several nonprofit scientific organizations allow for standardized comparisons of results between different laboratories and for evaluation of less standard procedures. Such official methods are critical in the analysis of foods, to ensure that they meet the legal requirements established by governmental agencies. Government regulations and international standards most relevant to the analysis of foods are mentioned here but covered in more detail in Chap. 2, and nutrition labeling regulations in the USA are covered in Chap. 3. Internet addresses for many of the organizations and government agencies discussed are given at the end of this chapter.

Nielsen, S. Suzanne

387

GM Foods: Are They Safe?  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This lesson examines potential benefits and risks of genetically modified foods. Students can interview a biotech company, design enhanced GM food products or packaging labels, form a GM food lobby group and more!

Ronald Brian Watts (CEGEP De La Gaspesie et Des Iles;)

2002-05-01

388

Food Exemption Request Organization Information  

E-print Network

Food Exemption Request Organization Information Organization Received ______ Organizations are permitted one food exemption per semester. Requests must be submitted and Regulations Your group has requested a food exemption for an event. The rules and regulations for use

389

Food Safety for Warmer Weather  

MedlinePLUS

... our exit disclaimer . Subscribe Fight Off Food Poisoning Food Safety for Warmer Weather In warm-weather months, who ... they produce, says Dr. Alison OBrien, a food safety expert at the Uniformed Services University of the ...

390

Tips for Managing Food Allergies  

MedlinePLUS

... a Member Donate Today Tips for Managing Food Allergies To successfully manage your food allergy, youll ... are available for you to practice with. Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan Ask your doctor for ...

391

Preventing and Treating Food Allergy  

MedlinePLUS

... on. Read more information on enabling JavaScript. Food Allergy Skip Content Marketing Share this: Main Content Area Preventing and Treating Food Allergy There is currently no cure for food allergies, ...

392

Monosaccharides and Polyols in Foods  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

Monosaccharides and polyol monosaccharides are, generally, naturally occurring materials. They appear both in simple food products and in complex manufactured food systems. Their structures and functions are reviewed here, and their roles in food systems are discussed.

Friedman, Robert B.

393

Is It Food for Plants?  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

The purpose of this assessment probe is to elicit students' ideas about food and plants. The probe is designed to reveal whether students use a biological concept of food to identify what plants use for food.

Eberle, Francis; Tugel, Joyce; Keeley, Page

2007-01-01

394

Food selection changes under stress.  

PubMed

Two studies investigate the effect of stress on food choice. Experiment 1 demonstrates experimentally that stress causes changes in food choice away from healthy low fat foods (grapes) to less healthy high fat foods (M&Ms), confirming previous survey research. Experiment 2, a survey study, finds that more females than males report increasing food consumption when stressed. A much larger percentage of those who report increasing their food consumption when stressed (71%) are restrained eaters (i.e., dieters) than are people who undereat or who do not change the amount they eat when stressed (35%). The foods that they report overeating when stressed are foods they normally avoid for weight-loss or health reasons (i.e., highly caloric high fat snack foods). They report eating these foods to feel better. Both studies show that stress not only increases consumption in certain individuals but also shifts their food choice from lower fat to higher fat foods. PMID:16519909

Zellner, Debra A; Loaiza, Susan; Gonzalez, Zuleyma; Pita, Jaclyn; Morales, Janira; Pecora, Deanna; Wolf, Amanda

2006-04-15

395

Food Processing Control  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

When NASA started plarning for manned space travel in 1959, the myriad challenges of sustaining life in space included a seemingly mundane but vitally important problem: How and what do you feed an astronaut? There were two main concerns: preventing food crumbs from contaminating the spacecraft's atmosphere or floating into sensitive instruments, and ensuring complete freedom from potentially catastrophic disease-producing bacteria, viruses, and toxins. To solve these concerns, NASA enlisted the help of the Pillsbury Company. Pillsbury quickly solved the first problem by coating bite-size foods to prevent crumbling. They developed the hazard analysis and critical control point (HACCP) concept to ensure against bacterial contamination. Hazard analysis is a systematic study of product, its ingredients, processing conditions, handling, storage, packing, distribution, and directions for consumer use to identify sensitive areas that might prove hazardous. Hazard analysis provides a basis for blueprinting the Critical Control Points (CCPs) to be monitored. CCPs are points in the chain from raw materials to the finished product where loss of control could result in unacceptable food safety risks. In early 1970, Pillsbury plants were following HACCP in production of food for Earthbound consumers. Pillsbury's subsequent training courses for Food and Drug Administration (FDA) personnel led to the incorporation of HACCP in the FDA's Low Acid Canned Foods Regulations, set down in the mid-1970s to ensure the safety of all canned food products in the U.S.

1997-01-01

396

Phosphatidic acid mediates demyelination in Lpin1 mutant mice  

E-print Network

, The Netherlands; 4 Department of Food Science and Rutgers Center for Lipid Research, Rutgers University, New, provide trophic support for underlying axons, and play a crucial role in axonal guidance and regeneration

Chen, Kuang-Yu

397

[Food additives and healthiness].  

PubMed

Additives are used for improving food structure or preventing its spoilage, for example. Many substances used as additives are also naturally present in food. The safety of additives is evaluated according to commonly agreed principles. If high concentrations of an additive cause adverse health effects for humans, a limit of acceptable daily intake (ADI) is set for it. An additive is a risk only when ADI is exceeded. The healthiness of food is measured on the basis of nutrient density and scientifically proven effects. PMID:24772784

Heinonen, Marina

2014-01-01

398

Food Safety Month  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Did you know that September is Food Safety Month? To find out more about it, visit this Website from the US Food and Drug Administration, where you can take the 'Fridge Quiz, learn about the "thaw law" and download the cold storage chart (.pdf). Although the site is intended primarily for food science educators, it contains factsheets, games and activities that might be of interest to general audiences. For instance, did you know that non-dairy whipped topping is safe in the refrigerator for 3 months?! Heaps of graphics and brochures for educators can be downloaded from .pdf files.

2001-01-01

399

Waste from food processors  

SciTech Connect

Food processing companies, by nature of the commodities they deal in and the products they provide, generate a much higher percentage of biodegradable, organic wastes than they do nonorganic wastes. The high percentage of food materials, and to a lesser extent, paper, found in a food processor's waste stream makes composting a highly cost-effective way to manage the wastes. This is the last in a series of articles that discussed solid waste management in various public arenas. Each segment highlighted particulars -- the waste stream; how the waste is handled; waste reduction and recovery programs; and the direction of future waste management -- that are specific to that area.

Sheehan, K.

1993-12-01

400

Constructing Food Choice Decisions  

Microsoft Academic Search

BackgroundFood choice decisions are frequent, multifaceted, situational, dynamic, and complex and lead to food behaviors where people\\u000a acquire, prepare, serve, give away, store, eat, and clean up. Many disciplines and fields examine decision making.\\u000a \\u000a \\u000a \\u000a PurposeSeveral classes of theories are applicable to food decision making, including social behavior, social facts, and social definition\\u000a perspectives. Each offers some insights but also makes

Jeffery Sobal; Carole A. Bisogni

2009-01-01

401

Measuring Beelines to Food  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Access to the article is free, however registration and sign-in are required. Bees are known to communicate the distance from the hive to a new source of food through the waggle dance (if the food source is far away) or the round dance (if the food source is nearby). But how do bees measure the distance in the first place? Collett explains in a Perspective that recent findings (Srinivasan et al.) demonstrate decisively that bees measure distance visually, integrating over time the optic flow of images that cross the retina as they fly through a landscape.

Thomas Collett (Sussex Centre for Neuroscience;School of Biological Sciences)

2000-02-04

402

Food packing optimization  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The development of a universal closure lid for the space shuttle food package is reported. The revised lid needs a folded configuration which, when unfolded, fully conforms to the interior surfaces of the food cup. Experimental thermoform molds were fabricated and test lids formed. The lid material not in contact with the food conformed to the cup interior without wrinkles, permitting full nesting of the cups. The final lid design was established and thermoform tooling designed and fabricated. Lids formed on these molds were tested for strength. The heating elements were replaced and repositioned to eliminate any hot spots which may cause warpage.

1981-01-01

403

Food packages for Space Shuttle  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

The paper reviews food packaging techniques used in space flight missions and describes the system developed for the Space Shuttle. Attention is directed to bite-size food cubes used in Gemini, Gemini rehydratable food packages, Apollo spoon-bowl rehydratable packages, thermostabilized flex pouch for Apollo, tear-top commercial food cans used in Skylab, polyethylene beverage containers, Skylab rehydratable food package, Space Shuttle food package configuration, duck-bill septum rehydration device, and a drinking/dispensing nozzle for Space Shuttle liquids. Constraints and testing of packaging is considered, a comparison of food package materials is presented, and typical Shuttle foods and beverages are listed.

Fohey, M. F.; Sauer, R. L.; Westover, J. B.; Rockafeller, E. F.

1978-01-01

404

Food waste liquefier Orca green.  

E-print Network

??Daily Food Waste is a recurrent issue across many industries, in specific Universities, Colleges, Schools, restaurants and food service organizations. These establishments have continuously explored (more)

DeHaghin, Maryam

2014-01-01

405

Food commodities from microalgae.  

PubMed

The prospect of sustainable production of food ingredients from photoautotrophic microalgae was reviewed. Clearly, there is scope for microalgal oils to replace functions of major vegetable oils, and in addition to deliver health benefits to food products. Furthermore, with a limited production surface, a substantial portion of the European Union market could be supplied with edible oils and proteins from microalgae. Yet, before microalgal ingredients can become genuinely sustainable and cost effective alternatives for current food commodities, major breakthroughs in production technology and in biorefinery approaches are required. Moreover, before market introduction, evidence on safety of novel microalgal ingredients, is needed. In general, we conclude that microalgae have a great potential as a sustainable feedstock for food commodities. PMID:23084075

Draaisma, Ren B; Wijffels, Ren H; Slegers, P M Ellen; Brentner, Laura B; Roy, Adip; Barbosa, Maria J

2013-04-01

406

Food Safety for Seniors  

MedlinePLUS

... eggs remain raw or only partially cooked. Fin fish should reach 145F or be opaque and ... the Heat! Cooking food--especially raw meat, poultry, fish and eggs--to a safe minimum internal temperature ...

407

Vitamin food fortification today  

PubMed Central

Historically, food fortification has served as a tool to address population-wide nutrient deficiencies such as rickets by vitamin D fortified milk. This article discusses the different policy strategies to be used today. Mandatory or voluntary fortification and fortified foods, which the consumer needs, also have to comply with nutritional, regulatory, food safety and technical issues. The worldwide map of vitamin fortification is analysed, including differences between develop and developing countries. The vitamins, folate and vitamin D, are taken as practical examples in the review of the beneficial effect of different strategies on public health. The importance of the riskbenefit aspect, as well as how to identify the risk groups, and the food vehicles for fortification is discussed. PMID:22481896

de Lourdes Samaniego-Vaesken, Maria; Alonso-Aperte, Elena; Varela-Moreiras, Gregorio

2012-01-01

408

Epicurious Food Website  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

The Epicurious website is quite possibly one of the most information-filled sites about food on the Internet. With literally dozens of resources, anyone who has an interest in food may find their fill here. Some of the most useful functions of the site are the food and wine dictionaries, containing over 4,000 and 3,500 entries, respectively. The web site also includes very useful How-To's that range in topic from how to use certain kitchen utensils to how to prepare different kinds of specialty foods. An interesting feature of the Epicurious site is its forum area. Users can discuss or ask questions in one of the many forums. A small minority of the pages are members-only accessible, but membership is easy and free.

2006-12-15

409

Food Additives and Hyperkinesis  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The hypothesis that food additives are causally associated with hyperkinesis and learning disabilities in children is reviewed, and available data are summarized. Available from: American Medical Association 535 North Dearborn Street Chicago, Illinois 60610. (JG)

Wender, Ester H.

1977-01-01

410

Genetically engineered foods  

MedlinePLUS

... Health, National Research Council. Safety of genetically engineered foods: Approaches to assessing unintended health effects. National Academies Press. 2004. Key S, Ma JK, Drake PM. Genetically modified plants and human health. J R Soc Med. ...

411

MRSA and Food Products  

MedlinePLUS

... MRSA), in a variety of food products including retail meats and raw milk. While more study is ... to measure MRSA in meat items purchased from retail establishments. CDC is actively working to reduce MRSA ...

412

Identification of irradiated foods  

SciTech Connect

A reliable method is needed to determine if foods have been irradiated and are in compliance with respect to the allowable absorbed radiation dose. Several approaches for the identification of irradiated foods are under development worldwide. These include measurement of o-tyrosine, radiolytically generated hydrocarbons from lipids and chemiluminescence or thermoluminescence, and the use of electron spin resonance (ESR) to measure free radicals trapped in calcified tissues. This paper describes the efforts being undertaken at the FDA to develop analytical procedures to monitor and identify foods that have been treated with ionizing radiation. In particular, it focuses on the use of an ESR approach to measure radiation-induced free radicals trapped in calcified tissues and the use of a capillary gas chromatography (GC)-based procedure to determine radiolytically generated hydrocarbons formed by the radiolysis of lipids in various foods.

Morehouse, K.M.

1992-01-01

413

Eating Healthy Ethnic Food  

MedlinePLUS

... Parents/Families ( We Can! ) Health Professional Resources Tipsheet: Eating Healthy Ethnic Food Trying different ethnic cuisines to ... Aim for a Healthy Weight Pocket Guide to Eating Healthy on the Go features tips on ordering ...

414

Food poisoning (image)  

MedlinePLUS

... on people, but when allowed to grow in food this bacteria can produce a toxin that causes illness such as vomiting and diarrhea. Proper hygiene and handwashing can prevent this bacteria from entering ...

415

Oceanic Food Web  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This visualization illustrates the carbon cycle throughout the oceanic zones, beginning at the surface and traveling to the deep. The concept map-like connections encourage students to link the abiotic and biotic interactions within the oceanic food web.

Science, Office O.; Biological and Environmental Research Information System (BERIS)

416

Facility Focus: Food Service.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Examines three renovated college facilities that offer student-friendly dining space. Renovation problems in the areas of food and entertainment, service and choice, and image versus architectural history preservation are addressed. (GR)

College Planning & Management, 2000

2000-01-01

417

Estimation of food consumption  

SciTech Connect

The research reported in this document was conducted as a part of the Hanford Environmental Dose Reconstruction (HEDR) Project. The objective of the HEDR Project is to estimate the radiation doses that people could have received from operations at the Hanford Site. Information required to estimate these doses includes estimates of the amounts of potentially contaminated foods that individuals in the region consumed during the study period. In that general framework, the objective of the Food Consumption Task was to develop a capability to provide information about the parameters of the distribution(s) of daily food consumption for representative groups in the population for selected years during the study period. This report describes the methods and data used to estimate food consumption and presents the results developed for Phase I of the HEDR Project.

Callaway, J.M. Jr.

1992-04-01

418

Food, Hunger, and Insecurity  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Of the world's current population of 6.8 billion, 5 billion are living at levels of poverty that deprive them of their basic needs, and more than 1 billion are going hungry. In a world where âsecurityâ has lately taken on great significance, it should come as no surprise that âfood securityâ is firmly established in the vocabulary of policy and science. The expression has been defined and used for years, perhaps most succinctly by the United Nations' (UN) Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO): âFood security means access by all people at all times to the food needed for a healthy life." The term is also defined by its opposite, food insecurity, in which some or all of food security's âfour pillars,â as described by the FAO, are missing: availability, access, utilization, and stability.

Fred Powledge (freelancer;)

2010-04-07

419

Food Groups and Nutrients  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

State core objective: 3rd grade Health Standard 6 Objective 2. Students will learn the basic nutrient groups and be able to identify the functions of those nutrients. There is an interactive food pyramid for you to explore and several games that will help you learn how each nutrient is used in our bodies! Learning about nutrition is fun and useful! When you have learned all about the nutrient groups you will create your own food pyramid with your favorite foods and how they help your body. There are five basic food groups: Grains, vegetables, fruits, meat, and dairy. These groups are organized into a pyramid, showing about how much of each you should eat each day. There is also a small section for sugars and fats. This pyramid will let you explore what ...

Perry, Miss

2007-11-08

420

Antarctic Food Web Game  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

In this interactive game adapted from the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, build a food web that illustrates the flow of energy in an Antarctic ecosystem and the relationships between predators and prey.

Foundation, Wgbh E.

2007-08-09

421

History of food allergy.  

PubMed

In this chapter we will first consider whether there is real evidence on the basis of literature for early descriptions in antiquity of pathogenic reactions after food intake that could be comparable to allergy, for instance in the scriptures of Hippocrates or Lucretius. On this topic we are skeptical, which is in agreement with the medical historian Hans Schadewaldt. We also assert that it is unlikely that King Richard III was the first food-allergic individual in medical literature. Most probably it was not a well-planned poisoning ('allergy') with strawberries, but rather a birth defect (' his harm was ever such since his birth') that allowed the Lord Protector to bring Mylord of Ely to the scaffold in the Tower, as we can read in The History of King Richard III by Thomas More (1478-1535; published by his son-in-law, Rastell, in 1557). In 1912, the American pediatrician Oscar Menderson Schloss (1882-1952) was probably the first to describe scratch tests in the diagnosis of food allergy. Milestones in the practical diagnosis of food allergy are further discussed, including scratch tests, intradermal tests, modified prick tests and prick-to-prick tests. False-negative results can be attributed to the phenomenon of a 'catamnestic reaction' according to Max Werner (1911-1987), or to the fermentative degradation of food products. Prior to the discovery of immunoglobulin E, which marked a turning point in allergy diagnosis, and the introduction of the radioallergosorbent test in 1967, several more or less reliable techniques were used in the diagnosis of food allergy, such as pulse rate increase after food intake according to Coca, the leukopenic index, drop in basophils or drastic platelet decrease. The 'leukocytotoxic test' (Bryan's test), today called the 'ALCAT' test, shows no scientific evidence. The double-blind placebo-controlled food challenge test remains the gold standard in the diagnosis of food allergy. For the future, component-resolved diagnostics with the use of recombinant molecular allergens or chip arrays, such as the ISAC technique, hold a lot of promise. With regard to the clinical situation, a subjective selection is given, touching on the pollen-associated food allergies ('birch-mugwort-celery-spice syndrome'), as well as the new phenomenon of lethal food allergies that have appeared since the 1980s. Finally, rare ways of elicitation of a 'derivative allergy', first described by Erich Fuchs (1921-2008), for example by kissing, as well as 'oral allergy syndrome' and oral hyposensitization are considered. PMID:24925391

Wthrich, Brunello

2014-01-01

422

Do television food advertisements portray advertised foods in a 'healthy' food context?  

PubMed

Exposure to food promotion influences food preferences and diet. As food advertisements tend to promote 'less healthy' products, food advertising probably plays some role in the 'obesity epidemic'. Amid calls for increased regulation, food manufacturers are beginning to engage in a variety of health-promoting marketing initiatives. Positioning products in the context of a 'healthy', balanced diet in television advertisements is one such initiative. We explored whether the wider food context in which foods are advertised on television are 'healthier' than the advertised foods themselves. All foods shown in food advertisements broadcast during 1 week on one commercial UK channel were identified and classified as 'primary' (i.e. the focus of advertisements) or 'incidental'. The nutritional content of all foods was determined and that of primary and incidental foods were compared. Almost two-thirds of food advertisements did not include any incidental foods. When a wider food context was present, this tended to be 'healthier' than the primary foods that were the focus of food advertisements - particularly in terms of the food groups represented. It is not yet clear what effect this may have on consumers' perceptions and behaviour, and whether or not this practice should be encouraged or discouraged from a public health perspective. PMID:21078214

Adams, Jean; Tyrrell, Rachel; White, Martin

2011-03-01

423

Food price volatility  

PubMed Central

The high food prices experienced over recent years have led to the widespread view that food price volatility has increased. However, volatility has generally been lower over the two most recent decades than previously. Variability over the most recent period has been high but, with the important exception of rice, not out of line with historical experience. There is weak evidence that grains price volatility more generally may be increasing but it is too early to say. PMID:20713400

Gilbert, C. L.; Morgan, C. W.

2010-01-01

424

Food price volatility.  

PubMed

The high food prices experienced over recent years have led to the widespread view that food price volatility has increased. However, volatility has generally been lower over the two most recent decades than previously. Variability over the most recent period has been high but, with the important exception of rice, not out of line with historical experience. There is weak evidence that grains price volatility more generally may be increasing but it is too early to say. PMID:20713400

Gilbert, C L; Morgan, C W

2010-09-27

425

The Antarctic Food Chain  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This lesson plan introduces students to the animals of Antarctica and to the Antarctic food chain. Students will draw pictures of a variety of animals and attach the pictures to a wall collage. They will then listen to or read statements about the diet of each animal and draw arrows to show which animals eat which other animals. Students will end up with a food web that illustrates the importance of krill to the Antarctic ecosystem.

426

Developing new food products.  

PubMed

Stages of developing a new food product - market research, product development, adaptation to factory production, test marketing, national marketing, and advertising--are described. It is shown that no product is successful if not liked by potential purchasers. If the dietitian wishes to market nutrition education successfully this must be done by taking food habits into consideration, influencing them perhaps, but not attempting to reverse trends. PMID:521628

Salmon, J

1979-12-01

427

Preventing food allergy.  

PubMed

In this review, we examine the critical periods of immune development and how these might be modified to prevent food allergy. The relevant dietary intervention studies, roles of microorganisms and their products, and other strategies are critically analyzed. Additionally, we highlight the potential importance of different routes of allergic sensitization and the role of oral tolerance induction in the pathogenesis and prevention of food allergy. PMID:14680620

Khakoo, Abbas; Lack, Gideon

2004-01-01

428

Aerospace Food Tray  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Lightweight tray designed for use in microgravity. Provides restraint and thermal insulation for modular packages of food. Magnetic utensils restrained by attraction to ferrous plate mounted underneath. Restraints for pouch and spring clips also provided. Surfaces made smooth to facilitate cleaning, and number of cracks, crevices, and pits where food residues collect kept to minimum. Useful for serving meals in airplanes, boats, hospitals, and facilities that care for children.

Aragon, Maureen A.; Fohey, Michael F.

1990-01-01

429

The Marvelous Food Pyramid  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This is a list of websites for our third grade class to use in order to safely search the web and learn about the food pyramid! This website is designed so that you can search the web and research your different food group for your presentation next week. Have fun and remember to take notes so that you can remember the different facts that you learn about. This website is from the United States Department of ...

Holmgren, Mr.

2008-10-24

430

Organic Food and the Plural Moralities of Food Provisioning  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The aim of this paper is twofold. The first aim is to unfold the moral complexity of organic food consumption as part of household food provisioning. By acknowledging this complexity, and the difficulty of determining what is "good" and "right" in food provisioning, the idea is to allow for a better understanding of how organic food may, or may

Andersen, Anne Holst

2011-01-01

431

You Are What You Eat: Food Values and Valuing Food  

E-print Network

You Are What You Eat: Food Values and Valuing Food Tuesday, November 19, 2013 · 12:00 pm ­ 1:30 pm us for a panel presentation that will explore the values of food. Topics range from the impact of Mexican culture on food to the religious significance of kosher cooking. Panelists include: · Rachel Jones

432

Food for Education Indicator Guide. Food and Nutrition Technical Assistance.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

As defined by the U.S. Agency for International Development, food security is attained "when all people at all times have both physical and economic access to sufficient food to meet their dietary needs for a productive and healthy life." In this guide, Food for Education (FFE) is defined as a program using food as a resource to improve

Bergeron, Gilles; Del Rosso, Joy Miller

433

Research on food safety of China's food trade  

Microsoft Academic Search

Food safety has become one of the world's most concerns. Foodborne diseases have become an important factor affecting public health. Biological and chemical substances pollution impact food safety more severely. The doubt of genetically modified (GM) foods safety did not eliminate. The China's food export has the problems, i.e. out of limits of pesticide residue, inconformity with regulations, out of

Shuang Li; Jian-zhong Xu

2011-01-01

434

Food safety issues and fresh food product exports from LDCs  

Microsoft Academic Search

Fresh food products have a high income elasticity of demand and few traditional trade barriers in high income markets. As such, they represent an important opportunity for less developed country (LDC) exporters. Fresh food product exports account for half of all food and agricultural exports from LDCs to high income countries. But these products may be subject to greater food

Laurian J. Unnevehr

2000-01-01

435

Food compensation: do exercise ads change food intake?  

Microsoft Academic Search

BACKGROUND: Past research has shown that promotional messages such as food advertising influence food consumption. However, what has gone largely unexplored is the effect of exercise advertising on food intake. This study experimentally tested the effects of exposure to exercise commercials on food intake at a lunch meal as compared to the effects of control commercials. METHODS: Prior to eating

Ellen van Kleef; Mitsuru Shimizu; Brian Wansink

2011-01-01

436

Food microbiologyBacteriocins: developing innate immunity for food  

Microsoft Academic Search

Bacteriocins are bacterially produced antimicrobial peptides with narrow or broad host ranges. Many bacteriocins are produced by food-grade lactic acid bacteria, a phenomenon which offers food scientists the possibility of directing or preventing the development of specific bacterial species in food. This can be particularly useful in preservation or food safety applications, but also has implications for the development of

Paul D. Cotter; R. Paul Ross; Colin Hill

2005-01-01

437

Defining food risks and food anxieties throughout history  

Microsoft Academic Search

Nowadays, safe food is at the centre of concern of governments, scientists and the public. This essay surveys the social implications of this concern, and particularly addresses the question how historical wisdom may contribute to present-day understanding of food scares. After reminding briefly of social implications of today's food fears, it presents three scholarly approaches to food crises and anxieties

Peter Scholliers

2008-01-01

438

Beyond Food Security to Realizing Food Rights in the US  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The right to food is widely accepted by nations, with the notable exception of the United States (US) and four other countries. The US government deals with domestic food insecurity through an array of needs-based food assistance programs instead of rights-based approaches; and administration officials have resisted the right to food for several

Anderson, Molly D.

2013-01-01

439

Effect of the Food Guide Pyramid on Food Advertising  

Microsoft Academic Search

The purpose of this study was to examine changes in advertising frequency of foods classified into the food group categories of the Food Guide Pyramid and nutrition claims in response to the release of the Pyramid. Using content analysis, food advertisements in selected issues of two culinary magazines (Bon Appetit and Gourmet) and two health-oriented magazines (Cooking Light and Eating

Janet Lohmann; Ashima K. Kant

1998-01-01

440

Food-Borne Trematodiases  

PubMed Central

Summary: An estimated 750 million people are at risk of infections with food-borne trematodes, which comprise liver flukes (Clonorchis sinensis, Fasciola gigantica, Fasciola hepatica, Opisthorchis felineus, and Opisthorchis viverrini), lung flukes (Paragonimus spp.), and intestinal flukes (e.g., Echinostoma spp., Fasciolopsis buski, and the heterophyids). Food-borne trematodiases pose a significant public health and economic problem, yet these diseases are often neglected. In this review, we summarize the taxonomy, morphology, and life cycle of food-borne trematodes. Estimates of the at-risk population and number of infections, geographic distribution, history, and ecological features of the major food-borne trematodes are reviewed. We summarize clinical manifestations, patterns of infection, and current means of diagnosis, treatment, and other control options. The changing epidemiological pattern and the rapid growth of aquaculture and food distribution networks are highlighted, as these developments might be associated with an elevated risk of transmission of food-borne trematodiases. Current research needs are emphasized. PMID:19597009

Keiser, Jennifer; Utzinger, Jurg

2009-01-01

441

Food and population.  

PubMed

Agricultural producttivity is currently characterized by the paradox of an abundace of food in the developed world and hunger in much of the developing world. In China, India, and many other countries of Asia, the general food supply has kept pace with population growth and should continue to if family planning programs gain momentum. In Africa, on the other hand, the food supply has been falling behind the growth of the population in the majority of countries for the past decade. The situation is especially serious in the Sahel, where the production wf crops for export has been prioritized over local needs. The Food and Agriculture Organization's global information and early warning system is a promising development and can provide alerts when weather or other conditions threaten a harvest. Donor countries can then send in cereals and other foods before there is an actual famine. About 20 disasters in the Sahel are etimated to have been averted by this system, in operation since 1975. In developed countries, the farming industry needs to be restructured in relation to changes in markets and technologies. Solution of the food-population problem depends upon agricultural policies that balance the economic interests of farmers and consumers and also takes into account the need to preserve the countryside. PMID:2858671

1985-04-01

442

Food allergy and food intolerance: towards a sociological agenda.  

PubMed

This article asks what sociological insights an analysis of food allergy and food intolerance might afford. We outline the parameters of debates around food allergy and food intolerance in the immunological, clinical and epidemiological literatures in order to identify analytic strands which might illuminate our sociological understanding of the supposed increase in both. Food allergy and food intolerance are contested and contingent terms and it is salient that the term true food allergy is replete throughout medico-scientific, epidemiological and popular discourses in order to rebuff spurious or 'nonallergic' claims of food-related symptoms. Complexity theory is introduced as a means of gaining analytic purchase on the food allergy debate. The article concludes that the use of this perspective provides a contemporary example of the 'double hermeneutic', in that the meanings and interpretations of contemporary explanations of food allergy are both permeated by, and can be made sense of, through recourse to complexity thinking. PMID:19841024

Nettleton, Sarah; Woods, Brian; Burrows, Roger; Kerr, Anne

2009-11-01

443

FOODS: A Food-Oriented Ontology-Driven System  

Microsoft Academic Search

In this paper the authors present the design and development of a counseling system for food or menu planning in a restaurant, clinic\\/hospital, or at home, the food-oriented ontology-driven system (FOODS). FOODS comprises (a) a food ontology, (b) an expert system using the ontology, and some knowledge about cooking methods and prices, and (c) a user interface suitable for novices

Chakkrit Snae; Michael Brckner

2008-01-01

444

Globalization of the food supplyfood safety implications  

Microsoft Academic Search

The existence of regional differences in the prevalence of various food-borne pathogens in the food chain should be recognised and taken into account in the risk management process in international trade of foods. For the sake of human health protection and to minimise the incidence of food-borne disease it is important to acknowledge that acceptable risk levels for food-borne hazards

H. Kruse

1999-01-01

445

Food-Related Energy Requirements  

Microsoft Academic Search

The quantities of energy required to grow, process, transport, wholesale, retail, refrigerate, and cook food in the United States for the year 1963 are discussed, and data available for that year are used to estimate the annual energy consumption for food during the period 1960 to 1970. Energy requirements per unit of food energy and of food protein are computed

Eric Hirst

1974-01-01

446

Local Food: Revolution and Reality  

Microsoft Academic Search

A food revolution is emerging in America out of growing concerns about obesity and other diet-related health problems. The revolution is most visible today in the local food movement, which is a continuation of the organic food movement, which in turn has its roots in the natural food movement of the 1960s. The revolution is spreading through and beyond mainstream

John E. Ikerd

2011-01-01

447

Cook food to proper temperature.  

E-print Network

! Option: water can be colored with food coloring for effect. Always rinse fresh vegetables and fruitsCOOK: Cook food to proper temperature. Handwashing Fun 4Sing "Twinkle,Twinkle, Little Star" or "the by using a stool. Sink Those Germs! Food Safety Food Safety Know-How The Importance of Handwashing Hand

Liskiewicz, Maciej

448

Texas Food may be foun  

E-print Network

Selling H When you a 1) Texa follo 2) FDA 3) FDA 4) Loca 5) Hom Texas Food You may Food Facilit Food Labeli al Health Dep meowner or d Manufactu will need a nd at the fol ide column y The room us (also known Warehousin Your firm ob nt to becom he Foods hom click on sec ring facility a n

449

Food Safety Policy December 2011  

E-print Network

Food Safety Policy December 2011 #12;www.surrey.ac.uk2 Food Safety Policy Some Useful Telephone the line to be put through to an operator. www.surrey.ac.uk 3 Food Safety Policy Contents Page 1 5 6. Glossary of Terms 7 Appendix 1. Guidance in support of the Food Safety Policy 8 Appendix 2

Doran, Simon J.

450

Promotion and Fast Food Demand  

Microsoft Academic Search

Many believe that fast food promotion is a significant cause of the obesity epidemic in North America. Industry members argue that promotion only reallocates brand shares and does not increase overall demand. We study the effect of fast food promotion on market share and total demand by estimating a discrete / continuous model of fast food restaurant choice and food

Timothy J. Richards; Luis Padilla

2009-01-01

451

Changing food habits in Africa  

Microsoft Academic Search

In planning for the improvement of Nutrition in Africa there is a need to change food habits. This paper reports on studies of food taboos and food habits in Nigeria and discusses their implication in the present?day eating habits of the people. The great interest of Africans in education will play a great part in helping to change food habits

A. Omololu

1972-01-01

452

Ultrasonic monitoring of food freezing  

Microsoft Academic Search

The time of flight of an ultrasonic pulse moving parallel to the direction of heat flux was measured in blocks of food (gelatin, chicken, beef) during freezing. Echoes were recorded from the food surfaces and from the moving ice front within the food. The changing return times of these echoes were used to calculate the percentage of the food frozen

Halldor Sigfusson; Gregory R. Ziegler; John N. Coupland

2004-01-01

453

Selecting and Purchasing Food Processing  

E-print Network

equipment. Examples are: Dairy and Food Industries Supply Association, Inc. (3-A); United States DepartmentFAPC-102 Selecting and Purchasing Food Processing Equipment Tim Bowser Food Process Engineer electing and purchasing food processing equip- ment can be time consuming and difficult. This fact sheet

Balasundaram, Balabhaskar "Baski"

454

Microencapsulation in the food industry  

Microsoft Academic Search

Microencapsulation finds increasing application in the food industry for the encapsulation of food flavors, fats, oils, acidulants, and other food additives. The various processes of encapsulation now being employed or considered in the food industry are summarized. The advantages and disadvantages of each process are discussed and critically reviewed.

Leslie L. Balassa; Gene O. Fanger; Otto B. Wurzburg

1971-01-01

455

The 2008 World Food Crisis  

Microsoft Academic Search

Lack of food is rarely the reason people go hungry1. Even now, there is enough food in the world, with a bumper harvest this year, but more people cannot afford to buy the food they need. Even before the recent food price spikes, an estimated billion people were suffering from chronic hunger, while another two billion were experiencing malnutrition, bringing

Jomo Kwame Sundaram

456

Purdue extension Food Entrepreneurship Series  

E-print Network

be labeled organic if they are produced from genetically modified organisms or are irradiated. Organic meatPurdue extension FS-14-W Food Entrepreneurship Series Department of Food Science Katherine Clayton food science Extension outreach specialist Deidre Bush former Extension assistant Kevin Keener food

457

Food standardization policies in Nigeria  

Microsoft Academic Search

The primary objective of food regulations is to protect the consumers by prohibiting the use of harmful ingredients in foods. Despite the fact that there are various bodies regulating production and sale of food products, traces of substandard products were found in the marketplace. This probably suggests poor quality management on the part of some of the inspected food industries

I. A. Irefin; M. O. Ilori

1996-01-01

458

Food Safety for Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women  

MedlinePLUS

... and Nutrition Information for Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women Food Safety for Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women Food safety is ... careful about food safety while you are pregnant. Food safety advice for everyone Keep food safe to eat ...

459

Economic impact of the Institute of Food  

E-print Network

.................................................................................................................... 21 5.1.1 Food Safety justification (Key market failure) Nature of failure Strategic food research (food safety, microbial modelling of improved quality, safe food products. A central, high quality repository of food safety data is desirable

Rambaut, Andrew

460

Functional foods and cardiovascular disease  

Microsoft Academic Search

Functional foods are foods that, by virtue of physiologically active food components, provide health benefits beyond basic\\u000a nutrition. Many functional foods have been found to be potentially beneficial in the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular\\u000a disease, the leading cause of mortality in the United States. These foods include soybeans, oats, psyllium, flaxseed, garlic,\\u000a tea, fish, grapes, nuts, and stanol- and

Clare M. Hasler; Susan Kundrat; Deborah Wool

2000-01-01

461

7 CFR 278.1 - Approval of retail food stores and wholesale food concerns.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

... 2010-01-01 false Approval of retail food stores and wholesale food concerns...DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM PARTICIPATION OF RETAIL FOOD STORES, WHOLESALE FOOD CONCERNS...INSTITUTIONS 278.1 Approval of retail food stores and wholesale food...

2010-01-01

462

Food caramels: a review.  

PubMed

Caramel, defined as coloring agent and as an antioxidant, is being used in several kinds of food products. It has been classified into 4 classes to satisfy the requirement of several food and beverage systems. The variation in its consistency owing to its basic content of milk solids, sugars, and fat has been studied. Several methods have been found to estimate the amount of color provided by caramel in food products. Various formulations have been cited for the production of caramel by eradicating the frequent areas of problems during its processing. Caramel has been used as a synthetic colorant replacer in the baking and beverage industries. Researchers have aimed to ascertain the contribution to the antioxidant activity of some caramel-containing soft drinks. The Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) has established an acceptable daily intake (ADI) of Class I caramel color as "not specified"; that of Class II as 0-160mg/kg body weight; that of Class III as 0-200mg/kg body weight; and that of Class IV as 0-200mg/kg body weight. This paper is an overview of the classification, physicochemical nature, formulations, coloring properties, antioxidant properties, and toxicity of caramel in different food systems. PMID:25190825

Sengar, Garima; Sharma, Harish Kumar

2014-09-01

463

The Food Museum  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

The website for the Food Museum Online is loaded with exhibits, and it merits several visits. Lively historic and contemporary drawings, photos, and videos populate the lengthy homepage of this New Mexico-based site about the origins of foods, food issues, food advertising, and foods in other countries. Visitors can find the newest exhibit at the top of the homepage, which is called "Feast or Famine", and addresses the paradox of the one billion people whom are malnourished in the world, and the one billion that are overnourished or obese. Visitors can find related exhibits, "Eating Disorders" and "School Lunch Reform", as links at the end of the Feast or Famine exhibit. The "Watermelon" exhibit, about halfway down the homepage, includes the history of watermelons, comparisons against other types of melons, botanical drawings, watermelon-themed toys, a postcard, a Japanese woodcut, and a link to guidance in choosing a ripe watermelon. Visitors shouldn't miss the multimedia exhibit, "Making Crepes: Then & Now", which includes a 30-second video of a cook using a French Crepmatic, which produces a square (rather than round) crepe.

464

Aluminium content of some foods and food products in the USA, with aluminium food additives  

Microsoft Academic Search

The primary objective was to determine the aluminium (Al) content of selected foods and food products in the USA which contain Al as an approved food additive. Intake of Al from the labeled serving size of each food product was calculated. The samples were acid or base digested and analysed for Al using electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry. Quality control (QC)

Salim M. Saiyed; Robert A. Yokel

2005-01-01

465

Assessing food safety and associated food handling practices in street food vending  

Microsoft Academic Search

Street vendors in the city of Bloemfontein were investigated in order to assess the microbiological quality of the food being sold as well as the level of hygiene conditions under which these food stalls operate. The food samples which were collected included beef, chicken and gravy, while surface samples were taken from the food preparation tables and the hands of

Jan F. R. Lues; Mpeli R. Rasephei; Pierre Venter; Maria M. Theron

2006-01-01

466

Forest Food Webs  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This lesson plan is part of the DiscoverySchool.com lesson plan library for grades 6-8. It focuses on the seasonal changes that affect life in a temperate forest ecosystem and how organisms in a temperate forest are dependent on one another for proper nutrition. Students describe the three major types of organisms that live in an ecosystem, three types of consumers, food webs, and food chains. They then create a food web diagram for display in their classrooms. Included are objectives, materials, procedures, discussion questions, evaluation ideas, suggested readings, and vocabulary. There are videos available to order which complement this lesson, and links to teaching tools for making custom quizzes, worksheets, puzzles and lesson plans.

2007-03-12

467

USDA: Food & Nutrition Service  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Despite the abundance of foodstuffs in the United States, many individuals and families go hungry on a regular basis. There are a number of public and private organizations working to address this problem, and the USDA's Food & Nutrition Service is just such an organization. Their website allows persons working in this area to learn about their various nutrition assistance programs through their online newsroom, their specific program areas, and their "Spotlights" features. For a brief introduction to their current initiatives and work, interested parties should browse on over to the newsroom, where they can learn about recent grant awards, state food stamp participation rates, and disaster assistance. After that, visitors may wish to look at the multimedia materials within the "Eat Smart. Play Hard" feature designed for young people. Here they can learn about the food pyramid and how to eat balanced meals everyday.

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Institute of Food Research  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

A for-profit enterprise, the Institute of Food Research (IFR), based in the United Kingdom, offers a wealth of public access information regarding food, diet, and nutrition on their Web site. Serving as a clearinghouse for information across a broad spectrum of academic, agricultural, and industrial interests, the site is very user-friendly, with numerous lists of popular topics and terms, as well as drop-down menus of searchable subjects and fields. Potentially useful to professionals, students, and lay people, the information available on the IFR site links to services and databases of many kinds and quality. The site serves as a great starting point for anyone interested in studying something the IFR knows a great deal about -- food.

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Comparison of national food supply, household food availability and individual food consumption data in Portugal  

Microsoft Academic Search

The present study aimed to compare Portuguese food and nutrient data retrieved from three distinct sources of dietary data:\\u000a national food supply, household food availability and individual food consumption. In particular it was intended to validate\\u000a the use of the dietary data derived from the Portuguese household budget surveys (HBS). The data sources used were food balance\\u000a sheets (FBS) (1990,

S. S. P. Rodrigues; C. Lopes; A. Naska; A. Trichopoulou; M. D. V. de Almeida

2007-01-01

470

Digest Your Food!  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

In a multi-week experiment, student teams gather biogas data from the mini-anaerobic digesters that they build to break down different types of food waste with microbes. Using plastic soda bottles for the mini-anaerobic digesters and gas measurement devices, they compare methane gas production from decomposing hot dogs, diced vs. whole. They monitor and measure the gas production, then graph and analyze the collected data. Students learn how anaerobic digestion can be used to biorecycle waste (food, poop or yard waste) into valuable resources (nutrients, biogas, energy).

Membrane Biotechnology Laboratory

471

Flocking for Food  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

In this outdoor beach activity, learners use a variety of "beaks" (such as trowels, spoons or sticks) to hunt for organisms that shore birds might eat. Each learner receives a beak and a stomach. After searching for food, the birds gather to examine the contents of their stomachs. The activity closes with the learners trying to discover how real shorebirds find their food. This activity not only gets learners thinking about adaptations for survival but provides a chance to observe bird behavior.

Science, Lawrence H.

1982-01-01

472

Peptides and Food Intake  

PubMed Central

The mechanisms for controlling food intake involve mainly an interplay between gut, brain, and adipose tissue (AT), among the major organs. Parasympathetic, sympathetic, and other systems are required for communication between the brain satiety center, gut, and AT. These neuronal circuits include a variety of peptides and hormones, being ghrelin the only orexigenic molecule known, whereas the plethora of other factors are inhibitors of appetite, suggesting its physiological relevance in the regulation of food intake and energy homeostasis. Nutrients generated by food digestion have been proposed to activate G-protein-coupled receptors on the luminal side of enteroendocrine cells, e.g., the L-cells. This stimulates the release of gut hormones into the circulation such as glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1), oxyntomodulin, pancreatic polypeptides, peptide tyrosine tyrosine, and cholecystokinin, which inhibit appetite. Ghrelin is a peptide secreted from the stomach and, in contrast to other gut hormones, plasma levels decrease after a meal and potently stimulate food intake. Other circulating factors such as insulin and leptin relay information regarding long-term energy stores. Both hormones circulate at proportional levels to body fat content, enter the CNS proportionally to their plasma levels, and reduce food intake. Circulating hormones can influence the activity of the arcuate nucleus (ARC) neurons of the hypothalamus, after passing across the median eminence. Circulating factors such as gut hormones may also influence the nucleus of the tractus solitarius (NTS) through the adjacent circumventricular organ. On the other hand, gastrointestinal vagal afferents converge in the NTS of the brainstem. Neural projections from the NTS, in turn, carry signals to the hypothalamus. The ARC acts as an integrative center, with two major subpopulations of neurons influencing appetite, one of them coexpressing neuropeptide Y and agouti-related protein (AgRP) that increases food intake, whereas the other subpopulation coexpresses pro-opiomelanocortin (POMC) and cocaine and amphetamine-regulated transcript that inhibits food intake. AgRP antagonizes the effects of the POMC product, ?-melanocyte-stimulating hormone (?-MSH). Both populations project to areas important in the regulation of food intake, including the hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus, which also receives important inputs from other hypothalamic nuclei. PMID:24795698

Sobrino Crespo, Carmen; Perianes Cachero, Aranzazu; Puebla Jimenez, Lilian; Barrios, Vicente; Arilla Ferreiro, Eduardo

2014-01-01

473

Food for the Family.  

E-print Network

. Eggs. Meat. Fish. Poultry. Group II: Starchy Foods: These foods furnish heat and energy to the body. The cereal grains which make up a large part of this group furnish also in the case of the whole grain, mineral substance and vitamines. Vitamine B.... It is found in appreciable quantities in the animal fats, milk, cream, butter, cheese, in eggs, and in the fatty tissues of some of the glandular organs such as kidney or liver, also in green leaves and certain tubers and roots such as cabbage, spinach, chard...

Higgins, M. Hellen

1924-01-01

474

Food systems for space travel.  

PubMed

Space food systems have evolved from tubes and cubes to Earth-like food being planned for the International Space Station. The weight, volume, and oxygen-enriched atmosphere constraints of earlier spacecraft severely limited the type of food that could be used. Food systems improved as spacecraft conditions became more habitable. Space food systems have traditionally been based upon the water supply. This presentation summarizes the food development activities from Mercury through Shuttle, Shuttle/Mir, and plans for the International Space Station. Food development lessons learned from the long-duration missions with astronauts on the Mir station are also discussed. Nutritional requirements for long-duration missions in microgravity and problems associated with meeting these requirements for Mir will be elucidated. The psychological importance of food and the implications for food development activities are summarized. PMID:11541546

Bourland, C T

1999-01-01

475

PBS: The Meaning of Food  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This PBS documentary companion website on the Meaning of Food describes itself as "an exploration of culture through food. What we consume, how we acquire it, who prepares it, who's at the table, and who eats first is a form of communication that is rich with meaning." The site shares stories, recipes, beautiful images, and more under the headings: Food & Life, Food & Family, and Food & Culture. The website addresses such subjects as kosher food, the Slow Food Movement, pet food, and heirloom seeds, to name a few. In addition, the site provides a bibliography; a simple, downloadable lesson plan for educators; broadcast times for the Meaning of Food documentary series; a small collection of cartoonish desktop backgrounds; and several related links.

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Microbiological Testing of Skylab Foods  

PubMed Central

The Skylab manned space flight program presented unique food microbiology problems. This challenge was successfully met by careful evaluation of the total Skylab food system by considering the nature of Skylab foods, their processing and handling, and Skylab food safety requirements. Some of the unique problems encountered with the Skylab foods involved: extended storage times, variations in storage temperatures, no opportunity to resupply or charge foods after launch of the Skylab Workshop, first use of frozen foods in space, first use of a food-warming device in weightlessness, relatively small size of production lots requiring statistically valid sampling plans, and use of the food as an accurately controlled segment of sophisticated life science experiments. Consideration of all of these situations generated the need for definitive microbiological tests and test limits. These tests are described in this paper along with the rationale for their selection. Test results are reported which show successful compliance with the test limits. Images PMID:4346978

Heidelbaugh, N. D.; Rowley, D. B.; Powers, E. M.; Bourland, C. T.; McQueen, J. L.

1973-01-01

477

Food Deserts' and 'Food Swamps' in Hillsborough County, Florida: Unequal Access to Supermarkets and Fast-Food Restaurants  

Microsoft Academic Search

Research has shown that the suburbanization of supermarkets has created `food deserts', defined as areas where socially disadvantaged individuals lack access to nutritious food outlets. Additionally, the growing presence of fast-food restaurants has created `food swamps', or areas where socially disadvantaged individuals encounter an overabundance of unhealthy food outlets. While previous studies have analyzed either `food deserts' or `food swamps'

Dana Beth Stein

2011-01-01

478

Food for Thought.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

What and how students eat can profoundly affect their ability to learn. Children require a high-protein breakfast for alertness, and a balanced diet, including complex carbohydrates throughout the day. Chronic stress causes the brain and body to deplete available nutrients. Nutrition is an important issue; better school food equals better school

Given, Barbara K.

1998-01-01

479

FISH Food for Gourmets  

Microsoft Academic Search

Chef Louis shares his favorite fish recipes. He reports that in 1965 over 10 percent of his menu sales were fish entres and that lobster was not the leader. More important, his total food cost, when fish other than lobster is the entre, is only 98 cents of The Bakery's $5 prix-fixe menu, or 20 percent. Last year Holiday and

Louis Szathmary

1966-01-01

480

Food Components and Caries  

Microsoft Academic Search

For many decades, sugars have been the dietary constituents receiving the most attention in relation to their effects on dental caries. Frequently, however, there is little relationship between the amount of sugar in a food and its ability to induce caries. Therefore, it is clear that constituents in the diet can influence the ability of plaque to lower the pH

W. H. Bowen

1994-01-01

481

Skylab food system  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

A review of the Skylab food system requirements, package designs, and launch configurations was presented. In-flight anomalies were discussed, and between-mission changes in design were described. A discussion of support for Skylab 3 and Skylab 4 mission extensions and of new items launched on these missions is included.

Turner, T. R.; Sanford, J. D.

1974-01-01

482

Food-System Botany  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This set of inquiry lessons is adaptable for middle school through high school life science or biology classrooms and will help meet the NSTA scientific inquiry position statement (2004) and the AAAS benchmarks (1993) and NRC standards (1996; 2000) related to health and food literacy. The standards require adolescents to examine their own diet and

Rop, Charles J.

2011-01-01

483

Robotics in food manufacturing  

Microsoft Academic Search

Summary form only given. Over the past decade, interest in the use of robotic technology has grown in the food sector. Meat, fish and poultry processing present important challenges both from the engineering and business view points. Automating the complete production cycle, from raw materials to finished and packaged goods has been achieved only in a few sectors of the

K. Khodabandehloo

1997-01-01

484

Food Detectives: Fight Bac  

MedlinePLUS

Kids, We need your help to fight an enemy... Bacteria lives on the food you eat if it isn't cooked and handled properly. It also lives on dirty ... us, and we'll show you how to fight this disgusting enemy. Please take a moment to ...

485

Designing for Sustainable Food  

E-print Network

on this page taken from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPC) Summary for Policy Makers (IPPC. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fourth Assess- ment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate, 2007). This diagram shows the predicted effects of climate change on food supply as well as four other

Blevis, Eli

486

Genetically modified food  

Microsoft Academic Search

Genetically modified foods are a controversial subject in today's society. They benefit the human race in many ways but they also pose many risks to the health of humans and the good of the environment. It is crucial that we study the effects of transgenic crops on people and their surroundings before is it continued to be integrated into the

Anthony Trewavas; Sugeily Fernandez; Lisa Gabriel

2000-01-01

487

Designing for Sustainable Food  

E-print Network

Instructor Core HCI/d Faculty Advisors � Jeff Bardzell, Associate Professor of Informatics � Shaowen Bardzell," there are several articles that may be referenced, including Choi & Blevis (2010; 2011), Blevis & Coleman Morse, E. and Coleman Morse, S. (2009). Food, dude. interac- tions 16, 2 (Mar. 2009), 58-62. Choi, J

Blevis, Eli

488

Designing for Sustainable Food  

E-print Network

University at Bloomington Advisors: Jeff Bardzell, Associate Professor of Informatics, Eli Blevis, Associate & Coleman Morse (2009), and Hirsch et al. (2010). As a matter of sustainability and more important than any, E. and Coleman Morse, S. (2009). Food, dude. interactions 16, 2 (Mar. 2009), 58-62. Choi, J

Blevis, Eli

489

Detect Genetically Modified Food  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Genetically modified foods are often in the news and widely grown in the United States. Three US government agencies (USDA, FDA, and EPA) work to regulate the introduction and production of genetically modified foods. These crops can provide agricultural, ecological and nutritional benefits, but there are also potential risks to the environment and consumers. As consumers and public interest groups around the world have become aware of these risks, there has been a call for more explicit product labeling and reliable methods for the detection of genetic modification in the foods we eat. This lab activity explores these issues by taking students through a three-part process to detect the presence of genetic modification in corn (maize) or soy food products. This lab uses PCR analysis, one of the two methods for detection of genetic modification currently approved by the European Union. For convenience, the resource is divided into five sections, all PDF files, including background, wet lab, paper lab, assessment and further reading.

Brandner, Diana

2012-12-04

490

Food colorants: Anthocyanins  

Microsoft Academic Search

Interest in food colorants as shown by the number of patents has doubled in recent years with natural pigments outnumbering synthetics by five to one. The natural colorant area can be subdivided into anthocyanins, betalains, chlorophylls, carotenoids, flavonoids, polyphenols, Monascus, hemes, quinones, biliproteins, safflower, turmeric, and miscellaneous. All involve different groups of chemical compounds which may be used directly as

F. J. Francis; Pericles C. Markakis

1989-01-01

491

Food Deserts in Dundee  

Microsoft Academic Search

The poor health of Scots is sometimes linked to poor diet, especially a lack of fresh fruit and vegetables. However, this lack may itself be linked to accessibility issues. In recent years, shops selling healthy food, such as large superstores, have tended to relocate to edge-of-town locations, which are very accessible to car users but difficult for others. The term

Lindsay Coyle; Robin Flowerdew

2011-01-01

492

Properties of food webs  

SciTech Connect

On the assumption that systems of interacting species, when perturbed from equilibrium, should return to equilibrium quickly, one can predict four properties of food webs: (1) food chains should be short, (2) species feeding on more than one trophic level (omnivores) should be rare, (3) those species that do feed on more than one trophic level should do so by feeding on species in adjacent trophic levels, and (4) host-parasitoid systems are likely to be exceptions to (1)-(3) when interaction coefficients permit greater trophic complexity. By generating random, model food webs (with many features identical to webs described from a variety of marine, freshwater, and terrestrial systems), it is possible to generate expected values for the number of trophic levels and the degree of omnivory within webs. When compared with these random webs, real world webs are shown to have fewer trophic levels, less omnivory, and very few omnivores feeding on nonadjacent trophic levels. Insect webs are shown to have a greater degree of omnivory than other webs. The confirmation of all these predictions from stability analyses suggests that system stability places necessary, though not sufficient, limitations on the possible shapes of food webs.

Pimm, S.L.

1980-04-01

493

Arsenic in Food  

MedlinePLUS

... ground, rice is different because it takes up arsenic from soil and water more readily than other grains. In ... have less arsenic than non-organic foods? Because arsenic is naturally found in the soil and water, it is absorbed by plants regardless ...

494

Food for Thought  

Microsoft Academic Search

In this column, John E. Dvorak provides insight into some of the best industrial hemp websites on the Internet. Areas covered in detail include news portals, hemp associations, new products and research sites. Reviews relating to specific topics such as hemp food, textiles, paper and other industrial uses will also be periodically touched upon. The ever-changing nature of the world

John E. Dvorak

2003-01-01

495

Development Food Science  

E-print Network

Lane Power Plant Student Services IM Sports Circle Main Library Reservoir Food Safety and Toxicology Field House Berkowitz Basketball Complex Breslin Student Events Center Wonders Coal Storage Simon Power Transportation Services IPF Storage Bldg No. 1 IPF Storage Bldg No. 3 Nuclear Magnetic Resonator Chittenden Ramp

496

The Coming Food Coups  

Microsoft Academic Search

The doubling of grain prices over the past two years has already set off violent protests in over 30 developing countries and led to the overthrow of the Haitian prime minister Jacques Edouard Alexis. 1 Even though the media has provided extensive coverage and analysis of the causes of the increase in food prices, the potential political and security consequences

Andrew S. Natsios; Kelly W. Doley

2009-01-01

497

Giant Food, Inc  

Microsoft Academic Search

Giant Food, an innovator in grocery retailing, is leading the industry in the introduction of optical-scanning computer-assisted checkout systems. To gain cost savings from the system, Giant is attempting to eliminate item pricing. Consumer groups and the Maryland State Legislature are opposing Giant's efforts to implement the change. However, consumers and Giant employees appear to be responding positively to the

Ralph Biggadike; Andrea Levin; Eleanor May

498

Gender, Food, and Loss  

Microsoft Academic Search

Reading Homi Bhabha (1994) led me to contemplate the themes of food, loss, and gender as articulated in the narratives of the women and men in my family and how the pressure to assimilate and shed their immigrant identities expressed itself through what they cooked and what they ate and how they viewed their weight and bodies.In this essay, I

Lorraine Caputo

2011-01-01

499

Radioactivity in food crops  

SciTech Connect

Published levels of radioactivity in food crops from 21 countries and 4 island chains of Oceania are listed. The tabulation includes more than 3000 examples of 100 different crops. Data are arranged alphabetically by food crop and geographical origin. The sampling date, nuclide measured, mean radioactivity, range of radioactivities, sample basis, number of samples analyzed, and bibliographic citation are given for each entry, when available. Analyses were reported most frequently for /sup 137/Cs, /sup 40/K, /sup 90/Sr, /sup 226/Ra, /sup 228/Ra, plutonium, uranium, total alpha, and total beta, but a few authors also reported data for /sup 241/Am, /sup 7/Be, /sup 60/Co, /sup 55/Fe, /sup 3/H, /sup 131/I, /sup 54/Mn, /sup 95/Nb, /sup 210/Pb, /sup 210/Po, /sup 106/Ru, /sup 125/Sb, /sup 228/Th, /sup 232/Th, and /sup 95/Zr. Based on the reported data it appears that radioactivity from alpha emitters in food crops is usually low, on the order of 0.1 Bq.g/sup -1/ (wet weight) or less. Reported values of beta radiation in a given crop generally appear to be several orders of magnitude greater than those of alpha emitters. The most striking aspect of the data is the great range of radioactivity reported for a given nuclide in similar food crops with different geographical origins.

Drury, J.S.; Baldauf, M.F.; Daniel, E.W.; Fore, C.S.; Uziel, M.S.

1983-05-01

500

Food is fun!  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Eating healthy food can be fun and is good for you too! Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Teacher Guide

Mickelsen, Miss

2009-03-27