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  • The University of New Brunswick | Business Administration - Academia.edu
    Routing Problems Part II The Rural Postman Problem Bookmark by H A Eiselt Arc Routing Problems Part I The Chinese Postman Problem Bookmark by H A Eiselt Review of Museums and Social Activism Engaged Protest by Kylie Message Bookmark by Chris Gunter 4 Cultural Studies Cultural Policy Ecomuseums Museology Settler Colonialism and Cultural Policy The Colonial Foundations and Refoundations of Canadian Cultural Policy This article aims to reintegrate the colonial history of Canada as part of the grids of analysis for understanding the evolution of its Federal cultural policy Building on the notion of settler colonialism and its implication for more This article aims to reintegrate the colonial history of Canada as part of the grids of analysis for understanding the evolution of its Federal cultural policy Building on the notion of settler colonialism and its implication for Indigenous population For the purposes of this paper the term Indigenous is used in place of perhaps more popular or familiar terms such as Aboriginal or Native in order to remain consistent with current Indigenous politics In particular some Indigenous scholars are reluctant to accept the label Aboriginal because they feel it is consistent with the colonial order imposed by the Canadian government Alfred and Corntassel 2005 p 599 The term Indigenous also alludes to a global political awareness and to forms of alterity between different populations from North America South America Asia and the Pacific in Canada this paper documents different transformations in cultural policy and illustrates some of its paradoxes and challenges Building on principles developed by Indigenous scholars this article highlights some of the components for decolonizing cultural policy in Canada It is argued that a post colonial cultural policy must build on the grounds of ethics and ethos Bookmark by Jonathan Paquette and 2 Chris Gunter Devin Beauregard

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  • The University of New Brunswick | Business Administration & Philosophy - Academia.edu
    Lucas Webber 0 Papers Views 14 Followers Unfollow Follow Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll email you a reset link Need an account Click here to sign up Job Board About Press Blog People Papers Terms Privacy Copyright We re Hiring Help Center

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  • The University of New Brunswick | CSAS - Academia.edu
    Mohammed 0 Papers Views 1 Follower Unfollow Follow Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll email you a reset link Need an account Click here to sign up Job Board About Press Blog People Papers Terms Privacy Copyright We re Hiring Help Center Find

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  • The University of New Brunswick | Centre for Enhanced Teaching and Learning - Academia.edu
    Members Rodrigo Gutiérrez Hermelo 0 Papers Views 1 Follower Unfollow Follow Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll email you a reset link Need an account Click here to sign up Job Board About Press Blog People Papers Terms Privacy Copyright We re Hiring

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  • The University of New Brunswick | Chem Eng - Academia.edu
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  • The University of New Brunswick | Chemical Engineering - Academia.edu
    9 Followers Unfollow Follow Jason Hearn 0 Papers Views 13 Followers Unfollow Follow Laura Kerr 0 Papers Views 5 Followers Unfollow Follow Josie Lance 0 Papers Views 0 Followers Unfollow Follow Sebastien Peterson 0 Papers Views 0 Followers Unfollow Follow Kyle Rogers 0 Papers Views 0 Followers Unfollow Follow Atika Rozar 0 Papers Views 33 Followers Unfollow Follow Ben Slaney 0 Papers Views 0 Followers Unfollow Follow Jarvis Spires 0

    Original URL path: http://newbrunswick.academia.edu/Departments/Chemical_Engineering (2016-04-30)
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  • The University of New Brunswick | Chemical Engineering - Academia.edu
    moving bed SMB process was developed in this study to recover sugars from corn stover hydrolyzate The sugars can serve as fermentation feedstock for ethanol production The major hydrolyzate components are six more A five zone simulated moving bed SMB process was developed in this study to recover sugars from corn stover hydrolyzate The sugars can serve as fermentation feedstock for ethanol production The major hydrolyzate components are six sugars arabinose mannose Bookmark by Diana Phelps 5 Engineering Industrial CHEMICAL SCIENCES Industrial Chemistry Chemical Engineering Comparison of Two Adsorbents for Sugar Recovery from Biomass Hydrolyzate Two polymeric adsorbents Dowex99 and poly 4 vinyl pyridine PVP have been studied for the recovery of sugars from a corn stover hydrolyzate The major components of the hydrolyzate are five sugars glucose xylose mannose arabinose more Two polymeric adsorbents Dowex99 and poly 4 vinyl pyridine PVP have been studied for the recovery of sugars from a corn stover hydrolyzate The major components of the hydrolyzate are five sugars glucose xylose mannose arabinose and galactose and four Bookmark by Diana Phelps 4 Engineering Industrial CHEMICAL SCIENCES Industrial Chemistry Chemical Engineering Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember

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  • The University of New Brunswick | Chemistry - Academia.edu
    Food Science Food and Nutrition Food Chemistry Essential oils Effects of using rosemary volatile oil for weight gain reduction in rats Mona M El Shafei Muhammad A Algamal Bookmark by Muhammad Algamal Evaluation of the biological effects for adding Cinnamon volatile oil and TBHQ as antioxidant on rats lipid profiles Mona M El Shafei Isis A Nawar Muhammad A Algamal Samir M Ahmad Bookmark by Muhammad Algamal Evaluation of the biological effects for adding Cinnamon volatile oil and TBHQ as antioxidant on rats lipid profiles http scialert net qredirect php doi ajps 2012 100 108 linkid pdf Cardiovascular disease is one of the main health problems Long term consumption of fried products increase the incidence of heart disease synthetic antioxidants more http scialert net qredirect php doi ajps 2012 100 108 linkid pdf Cardiovascular disease is one of the main health problems Long term consumption of fried products increase the incidence of heart disease synthetic antioxidants TBHQ were used to reduce oil oxidation but they have dangerous side effects The current trend is to use plant volatile oils as a natural alternative that were found to have favourable taste and antioxidants The effects of cinnamon volatile oil as a natural antioxidants were studied and also the major components of the volatile oil were identified using GC MS During the 45 days experimental period rats were divided into 4 groups fed a diet containing 15 oil that was either fresh oil G1 or heated oil G2 or heated oil mixed with 0 2 TBHQ G3 and also cinnamon oil G4 The parameters examined for studying the health effects of the cinnamon oil were lipid profiles include assessing of total lipids total cholesterol TC Triglycerides HDL LDL VLDL and Atherogenic index Also serum parameters uric acid creatinine bilirubin and glucose were measured The results showed that the total lipid for G2 was 117 47 113 6 for G3 and 105 1 for G4 compared to G1 Same pattern of effect for Triglyceride TC reduced for G4 to 91 14 comparing to G1 HDL were insignificantly decreased in G2 G3 G4 20 63 21 22 23 03 mg dL 1 comparing to G1 26 mg dL 1 Adding cinnamon oil G4 reduced LDL to 86 55 comparing to G1 Also Atherogenic index was significantly decreased from 3 34 to 1 92 for G2 and G4 respectively The effects of cinnamon oil on serum parameters found to be positive due to the detected improvements in G4 compared to G2 The GC MS analysis of the cinnamon oil indicated that cinnamaldehyde is main compound in concentration of 64 21 Adding cinnamon oil can improve lipid profiles which release the incidence of atherosclerosis Bookmark Download by Muhammad Algamal Effect of Artemisinin and Its Derivatives on Germination and Seedling Growth of Three Weed Species Mona M G Saad Muhammad A Algamal Samir A M Abdelgaleil The effects of four sesquiterpenes artemisinin dihydroartemisinin artemether and artesunate on seed germination and seedling growth of three common weeds namely Phalaris

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