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Consumers and Canadian poultry processors were interviewed to understand the overall perception of bone-in chicken meat and to gain insight on the defect of black bone discoloration, a color defect that appears in cooked bone-in chicken. Through the consumer science technique of laddering, food...
A basic tenet of comparative studies of the brain is that the larger size of any neural structure is related to the need for progressing more complex or larger quantities of information, the so call Jerison's “principle of proper mass”. Base on this principle, variation of the absolute and...
Few studies have been carried out to determine the odour intensity retained on fabrics, particularly for antimicrobial treated textiles. The purpose of this study was to develop an in vitro method to collect human axillary odour on fabrics and compare this to the traditional in vivo method (i.e.,...
Sensory Nerve Injuries: Advances in Diagnosis and Novel Therapy to Enhance Sensory Recovery in HumansDownload
The unique difference between central and peripheral nervous systems is that regeneration actually occurs in the periphery. However, the functional recovery after surgical repair is highly variable and return to pre-injury state despite surgical advances is rare. When specifically looking at...