Plant phenotypic analysis software is a critical component of a Plant Phenotyping Research Toolbox (PPRT), a set of tools for the analysis of plant phenotypes in the context of a particular research project that relies on imaging. Currently, there are many software packages that provide both plant analysis and phenomics dat...
Field experiment and CMD evaluation A population comprising 145 cassava genotypes was evaluated for CMD incidence and severity at the Teaching and Research Field of the Department of Agronomy, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, during two cropping seasons (2019/2020 and 2020/2021). The seeds of the genotypes were derived from ...
Evaluation of the photocatalytic activity of photocatalysts Photodegradation experiments were performed using a custom-made photocatalytic reactor to evaluate the effect of contact time on the photodegradation process. The kinetics of the photodegradation of MO were studied using F-doped photocatalysts owing to their super...
Ethical considerations Before carrying out this work, ethical clearance was provided based on the proposed handling of hazardous chemicals and data generation, processing, and storage. This ensured safe procedures were followed in handling chemicals and other potentially hazardous materials. The handling and disposal of E....
LCA Method & LCA inventory analysis The LCA method was used for this study. The four steps for conducting an LCA were followed, namely goal and scope definition, inventory analysis, impact assessment and interpretation.26 Furthermore, sensitivity analysis was applied to evaluate the reliability of the results by vary...
CRISPREnvironmental ScienceLCALife-Cycle Assessment PET bottles Plastics reusable bottle single use bottle
Materials collection Three 50-L clean and sterile plastic containers were used to collect raw EORW samples from three discharge points at Egharevbe oil mill in Ebuobanosa-Benin, Nigeria (N6˚20’1.32” E5˚36’0.53”). All chemicals/ reagents used, including commercial titanium dioxide (TiO2 ) [99.5% anatase], were of analyti...
BOD/COD/total organic carbon meter (Aquadax) ChemistryCRISPR dissolved oxygen meter HI 981193 Edible Oil Processing Edible oil refinery wastewater Environmental Science EORW HACH colourimeter 402 Kinetics multi-meter tester 2010 model pH meter 3010 Photodegradation spectrophotometer 910 model Titanium Oxide total dissolved solids meter H18734 Wastewater
Substrate Quantification Food waste was collected from the cafeteria and animal manure samples were collected from the Department of Agriculture farm of the Mangosuthu University of Technology (KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa). Samples were collected into 5-L plastic containers, closed airtight, and stored at 4 °C in ...
A Flash 2000 CHNS-O element analyser Anaerobic DigestionBiomassBiomethane biomethane potential chicken manure CHNS AnalysisCRISPR energy mix Environmental Science goat manure maize pap potato peel Proximate AnalysisRenewable Energy substrate quantification
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