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Conserva??o de maracujá-doce pelo uso de cera e choque a frio
Silva, Alessandra Pereira da;Vieites, Rogério Lopes;Cereda, Ede;
Scientia Agricola , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-90161999000400005
Abstract: the effect of pre-cooling and of wax coating was studied on the post-harvest conservation of sweet passion fruit (passiflora alata dryander), by monitoring the main physical and chemical alterations during the storage period. fruits were submitted to the following treatments: control; wax sta fresh (1:2); pre-cooling (-2°c for 2 hours) + wax sta fresh (1:2); pre-cooling (-2°c for 2 hours). fruits were evaluated every 6 days for weight loss, texture, total juice, total soluble solids and titratable acidity. after 30 days at 9°c and 85-90% relative humidity, the best treatment for the conservation of sweet passion fruit was the use of wax sta fresh. pre-cooling, and pre-cooling + wax, were not efficient for the maintenance of the post-harvest quality.
Conserva o de maracujá-doce pelo uso de cera e choque a frio
Silva Alessandra Pereira da,Vieites Rogério Lopes,Cereda Ede
Scientia Agricola , 1999,
Abstract: Estudou-se o efeito do choque a frio e da cera, na conserva o pós-colheita do maracujá-doce (Passiflora alata Dryander), verificando as principais altera es físicas e químicas durante o armazenamento. Os frutos, colhidos no estádio pré-climatérico, foram desinfetados com hipoclorito de sódio e em seguida, submetidos aos tratamentos: testemunha; cera Sta fresh (1:2); choque frio (-2°C por 2 horas) + cera Sta fresh (1:2); choque frio (-2°C por 2 horas). Os frutos foram avaliados a cada 6 dias quanto a perda de peso, textura, rendimento de suco, sólidos solúveis totais e acidez total titulável. Após 30 dias a 9°C e 85-90% UR, pode-se concluir que o tratamento mais adequado à conserva o do maracujá-doce foi o que utilizou a cera Sta Fresh. Os tratamentos com choque a frio e com choque a frio + cera n o foram eficientes para manuten o da qualidade pós-colheita do maracujá-doce.
Postulations and theories of Nigerian makeup designs
EDE Nwachukwu
Creative Artist: A Journal of Theatre and Media Studies , 2009,
Harmonisation of MARC and Descriptive Cataloguing Standards
Stuart Ede
Liber Quarterly : The Journal of European Research Libraries , 2001,
Abstract: This paper is intended to be an overview of the current activity towards harmonisation of catalogue record exchange across the Atlantic. LIBER has had a special interest in harmonisation since it passed a resolution to explore harmonisation with the North American library community at its Annual Conference in Prague in July 1999. The paper will concentrate on current developments MARC harmonisation, because this is where most effort is currently focused, and because format harmonisation is also the logical place to start in the process. However, format change cannot be carried out in isolation, and the data carried within the formats must be harmonised as well to ensure full interoperability of record exchange.
Cataloguing in the Digital Age
Stuart Ede
Liber Quarterly : The Journal of European Research Libraries , 2001,
Abstract: Some fundamental changes are happening, or will have to happen, to adapt our catalogues to cope with what I call the Digital Age - an age in which we have to meet our users’ requirement to find the information they want irrespective of whether it is in print or digital form and whether it is held locally or on the Web. This is posing some huge challenges - indeed it is forcing a radical rethink of what libraries are for and what their role should be. The whole of the information world is at a crossroads. It is my belief that cataloguing in some form or other is still the key to access - indeed it is even more important if users are to find the knowledge and information they need amongst the tidal wave of raw data. However, cataloguing is an expensive business, and the economic pressures will be made worse by the increase in publishing in both digital and print formats. This will force the even wider re-use of records than is already occurring, but efficient re-use is only possible if records are prepared to common standards. A major focus of this paper is therefore the development of standards and the factors that will influence the direction that takes.
Abraham Cressy Morrison in the Agora: Bringing Chemistry to the Public
Andrew Ede
Hyle : International Journal for Philosophy of Chemistry , 2006,
Abstract: This paper looks at the visual and textual images of chemists in A. Cressy Morrison's Man in a Chemical World. It argues that Morrison was attempting to create a public image of an American chemist different from European chemists. Morrison and the illustrator Leon S derston, working on behalf of the American Chemical Society, attempted to associate chemists and chemical industry with American prosperity by linking the 'man in the white lab coat' to religious and secular themes. This approach is analyzed using the concept of metonyms. Metonyms are a way of encapsulating complex ideas and associations within simple, often iconic, images in text and illustrations.
Regional Air Quality of the Nigeria’s Niger Delta  [PDF]
Precious N. Ede, David O. Edokpa
Open Journal of Air Pollution (OJAP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojap.2015.41002

There is no systematic attempt to evaluate the air quality of any settlement in the Niger Delta region over a long period. Records of air quality data for this study were generated through secondary sources from impact assessment of facilities aimed at implementing air quality regulations on the environment. Suspended particulate matter in the region’s atmosphere ranged from 40 mg/m3 in Brass to 98 mg/m3 in Port Harcourt. Carbon monoxide concentrations were highest in Mbiama (191 mg/m3). Nitrogen dioxide concentration was highest in Bonny (187 mg/m3), and sulphur dioxide concentrations ranged from 19 m

Non parametric Bayesian approach to LR assessment in case of rare haplotype match
Giulia Cereda
Statistics , 2015,
Abstract: The evaluation of a match between the DNA profile of a stain found on a crime scene and that of a suspect (previously identified) involves the use of the unknown parameter $p=(p_1, p_2, ...)$, (the ordered vector which represents the proportions of the different DNA profiles in the population of potential donors) and the names of the different DNA types. We propose a Bayesian non parametric method which considers $P$ as a random variable distributed according to the two-parameter Poisson Dirichlet distribution, and discard information about names of DNA types. The ultimate goal of this model is to evaluate DNA matches in the rare type case, that is the situation in which the suspect's profile, matching the crime stain profile, is not one of those in the database of reference.
Bayesian approach to LR assessment in case of rare type match: careful derivation and limits
Giulia Cereda
Statistics , 2015,
Abstract: The likelihood ratio (LR) is largely used to evaluate the relative weight of forensic data regarding two hypotheses and for its assessment Bayesian methods are widespread in the forensic field. However, the Bayesian `recipe' for the LR presented in most of literature consists in plugging-in Bayesian estimates of the involved nuisance parameters into a frequentist-defined LR: frequentist and Bayesian methods are thus mixed, giving rise to solutions obtained by hybrid reasoning. This paper provides the derivation of a proper Bayesian approach to assess LR for the `rare type match problem', the situation in which the expert wants to evaluate a match between the profile of a suspect and that of a trace from the crime scene, and this profile has never been observed before in the database of reference. Bayesian LR assessment using the two most popular Bayesian models (beta-binomial and Dirichlet-multinomial) is discussed and compared to corresponding plug-in versions.
Impact of model choice on LR assessment in case of rare haplotype match (frequentist approach)
Giulia Cereda
Statistics , 2015,
Abstract: The likelihood ratio measures the relative weight of forensic data regarding two hypotheses. Several levels of uncertainties arise: the assumed population model only approximates the true and its parameters are only estimated through a database. Moreover, it may be wise to discard part of data, especially those indirectly related to the hypotheses. Different reductions define different LRs. Therefore, if frequentist methods are chosen, it is more sensible to talk about "a" LR instead of "the" LR, and the error involved in the estimation should be quantified. Two frequentist methods are proposed in the light of these points for the `rare type match problem', that is when a match between the perpetrator's and the suspect's DNA profile, never observed before in the database of reference is to be evaluated.
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