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Both events are sure to interest children, with the bonus of lots of fresh air on the rock pool scavenge.
There was decrease in absorption at 517 nm indicating that the fractions have hydrogen donating ability or can scavenge free radicals.
Because of the blockade's devastating economic impact, children are being forced to work and scavenge near the fence.
The ability of AN and BC to scavenge hydrogen peroxide radical is shown in Fig.
The chromophore formation was not complete in the presence of VT and CA, which scavenge the NO thus formed from the sodium nitroprusside and hence the absorbance decreases as the concentration of the extracts increases in a dose dependent manner.
Wolf spiders would scavenge even when live prey were available, although the authors did not report on the relative numbers of prey chosen in each category.
A firm that left its workforce to scavenge in fields for food after not paying them for more than a month has had its licence revoked, the Gangmasters Licensing Authority (GLA) said yesterday.
Summa reports that more intense roasting to obtain darker colored beans reduced acrylamide levels, but also negatively affected the ability to scavenge free radicals, as measured with electropara-magnetic resonance (EPR).
The screening of the compounds, which scavenge the reactive oxygen species, could lead to promising radioprotectors.
Endurance running, unique to humans among primates, probably let our ancestors hunt and scavenge over great distances.
It also is said to have an unusual ability to scavenge sulfur in a compound.
In conjunction with industry representatives, NGML researchers identified two major unaddressed issues that confront engine system designers and operators regarding engine air flow management: 1) how to identify which turbocharger compressor, diffuser, turbine blade set, and nozzle ring will work on which engine; and 2) how to determine the extent to which an engine utilizes air to scavenge exhaust products out of the cylinder.