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Damage-tolerant Active Control Using A Modal H-infinity-norm-based Methodology
(Pergamon-Elsevier LtdOxford, 2017)
Integrated management of soybean pests: The example of Brazil
Soybean [Glycine max] is the most commercialized agricultural product in Brazil, which stands out in the world ranking as the second largest producer of this protein and oilseed crop. Cultivated throughout the country and ...
Effect of fungal damage by Fusarium spp and Diaporthe/Phomopsis complex on protein quantity and quality of soybean seed
(John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2004-09)
Seeds from three soybean genotypes were tested to evaluate the effect of fungal damage by Fusarium spp and Diaporthe/Phomopsis complex on protein quantity and quality. Fungus‐infected seeds had higher protein contents than ...
Oligodendrocytes damage in Alzheimer's disease: Beta amyloid toxicity and inflammation
(Sociedad de Biología de Chile, 2005)
Effect of damaged starch on the rheological properties of wheat starch suspensions
The influence of damaged starch content on particle size distribution and rheological properties of unheated starch suspensions and pasting properties were investigated. Four samples containing different amounts of damaged ...
A Reconfigurable Damage-tolerant Controller Based On A Modal Double-loop Framework
(Academic Press Ltd- Elsevier Science LtdLondon, 2017)
Genetic variation in the reduction of attractive floral traits of an annual tarweed in response to drought and apical damage
(Oxford University Press, 2015)
Foliar herbivory and water stress may affect floral traits attractive to pollinators. Plant genotypes may differ in their responses to the interplay between these factors, and evolution of phenotypic plasticity could be ...
Impairment of hair mechanical properties by sun exposure and bleaching treatments
(Soc Cosmetic ChemistsNew YorkEUA, 2004)