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Psychological biases affect hedonic ratings
Psychological biases in consumer testing may lead to misinterpretation of results and lower experimental power. Reports on various hedonic scales associated with psychological biases induced by sample presentation are ...
Assessment of manuka provenances for production of high ‘unique manuka factor’ honey
(Agronomy Society of New Zealand, 2013)
Manuka (Leptospermum scoparium) honey with high methylglyoxal content, commonly expressed as unique manuka factor (UMF®) content, has strong antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. Consequently, there is a strong demand ...
Evaluation of sorghum, sudan-grass and pearl millet cultivars in Manawatu
(Agronomy Society of New Zealand, 2013-09)
Sorghum, sudan-grass and pearl millet are versatile summer forages able to be grazed or conserved as silage. However, there is little recently published information on the performance these crops in New Zealand. A trial ...
Carbohydrate composition, viscosity, solubility, and sensory acceptance of sweetpotato- and maize-based complementary foods
(CO-ACTION PUBLISHING, 2013-01-01)
Function and evolution of DNA methylation in Nasonia vitripennis.
The parasitoid wasp Nasonia vitripennis is an emerging genetic model for functional analysis of DNA methylation. Here, we characterize genome-wide methylation at a base-pair resolution, and compare these results to gene ...
Beta diversity of demersal fish assemblages in the North-Eastern Pacific: interactions of latitude and depth.
Knowledge of broad-scale global patterns in beta diversity (i.e., variation or turnover in identities of species) for marine systems is in its infancy. We analysed the beta diversity of groundfish communities along the ...