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Use of Biochar and Aquaponics: Augmentation of Agricultural Systems to Increase Available Food Supply
The augmentation of agricultural systems refers to enhancing the ability of agricultural systems to produce increasing yields to sustain the earth’s growing population. With the successes experienced by modern agriculture, ...
A development of natural rubber extraction from Ericameria Nauseosa (rabbitbrush)
Natural rubber, primarily obtained from the Para rubber tree (Hevea brasiliensis),is a critical resource and has important properties, including elasticity, resistance toabrasion and impact resilience (e.g. road damage). ...
Reactive Mercury Measurement and Identification Using the University of Nevada, Reno Reactive Mercury Active System 2.0
The atmosphere is an important pathway for the transport of mercury around the globe. It has been established that reactive mercury (RM) concentrations in the atmosphere are underestimated, and there are multiple compounds ...
Isolation of bacteriophages against Streptococcus species; Lysogeny of Ten Mycobacteriophages for host Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Ra
Abstract Bacteriophages are viruses that infect bacteria, often resulting in lysis of the bacterial host. Due to the specific nature of bacteriophages, they play an essential role in maintaining the microbial balance of ...
The Fate of Emerging Contaminants in Reclaimed Wastewater Used for Irrigation of Agricultural Crops in Nevada
Increased demands on water supplies, especially from agriculture in response to an ever-increasing demand for food, have increased the need to use wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) effluent. However, oftentimes, treated ...