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Large benthic symbiotic foraminifera biodiversity as means of propagules distribution

By Patricia Beck Eichler-Barker

Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte

Aquaculture & Marine Biology

Published: Mar 27, 2023 | pg. no: 24

Abstract: The study indicates that both multivariate analyses and the FORAM index (FI) are dependable tools for evaluating water quality and reef health on coral reefs. The occurrence of foraminifera in reef areas is influenced by factors such as hydrodynamics and reworking processes. The abundance of smaller and stress-tolerant foraminifera, and the absence of symbiont-bearing taxa, suggesting unfavorable ...[Read more]

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Quality attributes of chocolate: a review

By Jacob K. Agbenorhevi

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

Food Technology

Published: Feb 02, 2023 | pg. no: 1-15

Abstract: Cocoa and chocolate products are widely recognized around the world as things that are linked to emotional eating and offer instant gratification. Consumers’ choice of chocolate is impacted by the presenting health attributes of the chocolates. In the market, certain chocolate products are increasingly labeled with the percent cocoa content. Depending on the labeling on the cocoa or chocolate pr ...[Read more]

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Fathers role in sons and daughters lives

By Natela Doghonadze

International Black Sea University


Published: Jan 02, 2023 | pg. no: 1–99

Abstract: The book is dedicated to the topic of fatherhood. It is addressed to future fathers and also those fathers who want to be thoughtful ones, to learn on other people’s positive and negative experiences. Although nowadays fathers are more involved in their children’s lives than they used to a few decades ago, children still often lack their support. The goal of the book is to inform people of out ...[Read more]

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Analysis of the therapeutic impact on a patient suffering from a personality disorder with a possible perverse connotation and dissociation disorder in a traumatic context

By Carine Duray-Parmentier

Centre de Psychothérapie de Namur, Belgium

Complementary & Alternative Medicine

ISBN: 978-1-7352436-1-0

Published: Nov 01, 2022 | pg. no: 3-18

Abstract: This work focuses on the treatment of people suffering from post-traumatic stress with identity dissociation and personality disorders and, possibly, a "perverse connotation" in the relationship with the other. It therefore seemed appropriate to ask whether it is possible to treat all these symptoms in the context of trauma psychotherapy. Should the personality disorder be treated before the traum ...[Read more]

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The role of organoclay and natural fibers in the performance of polysulfone nanocomposite materials

By Mahmoud A Hussein

King Abdul-Aziz University, Saudi Arabia

Biosensors & Bioelectronics

ISBN: 978-1-7352436-0-3

Published: May 05, 2020 | pg. no: 1-17

Abstract: Advances made in the field of materials science leads to technological development. Nowadays, composite materials, used in various fields such as engineering, industry, medicine are corrosion resistance and have lightweight and high fatigue strength, and promise faster assembly –they can withstand loads, insulate or conduct heat and electricity, accept or reject magnetic flux, transmit or reflec ...[Read more]

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