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July 12, 2008 smitsa 0

Peda is a sweet confectionary or dessert that is produced throughout the Indian continent. the original recipes hailed from Mathura in Uttar Pradesh. The product […]

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June 16, 2008 smitsa 0

Retroviruses are a unique group of RNA viruses that possess the ability to convert their RNA genome into DNA and integrate it into the host […]

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Lytic Replication

June 16, 2008 smitsa 0

Lytic replication, also known as the lytic cycle, is a viral replication cycle observed in bacteriophages (viruses that infect bacteria) and some animal viruses. Unlike […]

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Heat Transfer Prediction Methods

May 5, 2008 smitsa 0

Heat transfer prediction methods are essential tools for engineers and researchers involved in designing and analyzing heat transfer equipment and processes. These methods can be […]

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The Soursop (Annona muricata)

January 18, 2008 smitsa 1

The Soursop fruit (Annona muricata L.) which is well known worldwide, is also known in South America as the Guanabana or specifically in Brazil as Graviola. It has […]

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What is Lactobacillus M.R.S. Broth?

September 9, 2007 smitsa 0

Lactobacillus M.R.S. broth is a non-selective medium used for the rapid cultivation and enumeration of Lactobacillus spp. (lactic acid bacteria). The broth was originally described […]

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Chana Balti

August 23, 2007 smitsa 0

Curry 2 tbsp plain oil (e.g. refined rapeseed or sunflower, which is usually sold as ‘vegetable oil’)  1 large onion, chopped 2 cloves garlic, crushed […]

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Sorbic Acid

August 4, 2007 smitsa 0

Sorbic acid is an organic acid that is primarily used as an antifungal agent (Davidson, 2002), however, it also inhibits the growth of bacteria, including […]

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Butter Murukku

July 12, 2007 smitsa 0

Preparation Of Butter Murukku 4 cups rice flour refined oil as required 1/4 cup butter 2 teaspoon cumin seeds 1 cup urad dal salt as […]