Mostrando 1-5 de 5 artigos, teses e dissertações.
1. Parâmetros físicos e químicos da laranja pera na região de Manaus, AM.
Belém. Publicado em: 2011
2. Fluxos de agua em especie de citro (citrus sinensis L. Osbeck - laranja pera) - Campinas - São Paulo / Water flows in species of citrus (citrus sinensis L. Osbeck - Orange pear) - Campinas - São Paulo - Brazil
The variables ecofisiológicas exercise great influence, not only in the vegetative behavior of the cultivated plants, but, above all in your acting in relation to the productive characteristics. The studies on gas exchange have been enlarging since the decade of eighty, given your importance in tropical cultivations, just as, in citrus varieties. Has been i
Publicado em: 2005
3. Suco de laranja concentrado : comportamento reologico a baixas temperaturas
This work determined the Mow behaviour of orange juice (pear orange), with 10 per cent of suspended pulp, in the concentrations of 55,0, 60,0 and 64,2 °Brix. The temperature range for the concentrations of 64,2 and 55,0 °Brix was from 20,5 to -19,4 (>C and for concentrations of 60,0 °Brix from +20,0 to -23,0 °C. Experimental data were fitted by Casson, H
Publicado em: 1995
4. Estudo de algumas caracteristicas bioquimicas de levedura isoladas de bebidas alcoolicas andinas e brasileiras e de amostras de flores, frutas, melaço e mosto de usinas de açucar e alcool
The objective of this research was to use a variety of alcoholic beverages, molasses, and mashes from sugar and alcohol stations, flowers and fruits, as a source of yeasts for the study of the fermentation capability of the strains isolated and their possible utilization in ferment active processes. Beverages from the mountain region of the Andes, i.e. from
Publicado em: 1990
5. Conjugational transfer of genes determining plant virulence in Erwinia amylovora.
A stable virulent donor strain (EA 178R1-99) of Erwinia amylovora can transfer, by conjugation during a 3-h mating period, the gene or genes which determine(s) plant virulence to avirulent recipient strains (EA178-M64S1 and EA178-M173S1) of Escherichia amylovora. The virulence of over 200 recombinant clones was tested; they all were as virulent on immature B