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Prospects and Applications for Plant-Associated Microbes, A laboratory manual Anna Maria Pirttilä 2014-12-15 Plant-associated microbes are ubiquitous organisms living in a range of interactions with their host. Involving two organisms, research and applications of plant microbes are challenging and often require specific skills. This book guides the reader in the word of plant-associated fungi, giving both theoretical and practical insight on the potential of this interaction in biotechnology. Detailed instructions and step-by-step protocols are described for isolation, identification, localization and community analysis of fungi, studies on their bioactivity, molecular plant-fungal interactions, and development of fungi as tools for biotechnology.
Manual of Standard Operating Procedures for Selected Chemical Residue and Contaminant Analysis Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations 2021-09-15 Food safety is an important global public health and trade matter, with chemical hazards occupying centre stage due to associated acute and chronic health outcomes. There is also an increasing need to address antimicrobial resistance concerns. While food remains a major vehicle for exposure to these hazards, related matrices cannot be ignored. Animal feed for instance may contain drug or pesticide residues as well as mycotoxins that could carry-over to food either as parent compounds or their metabolites of toxicological relevance. Contaminated water is also another medium of potential exposure to food hazards. A concerted effort is required to address the need for a safe food supply and one critical stakeholder is the testing laboratory. While this requires trained and capable analysts as well as reliable instrumentation, analytical methods are a major need. Development and validation – to ensure fitness of purpose – and availability of these methods is a necessity. This manual, consisting of several Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), presents another opportunity for laboratories to address gaps in analytical methods and/or expand their options. The manual contains techniques for analyzing certain mycotoxins such as aflatoxins, fumonisin and ochratoxin in matrices that include milk, edible vegetable oil and animal feed etc. A range of veterinary drug residues including permitted and prohibited substances in animal matrices including fish, are also addressed. Several pesticide residues in cereals, fruits and vegetables are also covered. A couple of methods for analysis of selected metals are also presented.
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Comprehensive Volume and Capacity Measurements S.V. Gupta 2006-01-01 It Is For The First Time That A Book Of This Magnitude Covering The Entire Subject Of Volume And Capacity Measurements Has Hit The Market. The Strong Point Of The Book Is Its More Than 100 Tables Containing Various Corrections, Factors, And Conversions To Compensate For Various Influence Parameters. The Most Recent Available Data Has Been Used In Respect Of Density Of Water And Mercury. Latest Temperature Scale Namely, Its 90 Has Been Used. All Possible Permutation And Combinations Of Influence Parameters Like Coefficient Of Expansion, Density Of Standard Weights Used, And Reference Temperatures Have Been Used In Preparing Corrections/Factors Tables.The Book Contains 14 Chapters. It Is For The First Time That Concept Of Solid Base Primary Standard Of Volume Has Been Discussed. Various Standards Of Volume And Capacity, Starting From Solid Base Primary Standard Down To Field Standards, Have Been Detailed. The Chapters 1 And 2 Also Include Realization, Hierarchy, Traceability, Periods Of Verification, And Maximum Permissible Errors Of Various Standards. Precautions And Recording Of Data Using Gravimetric/Volumetric Methods Have Been Described.Step By Step Methods Of Calibration Of Volumetric Measures Have Been Discussed. Volumetric Glassware From One Microlitre Upward Has Been Dealt With In Detail. Design, Fabrication, And Calibration Of Standard Capacity Measuring From 10 Milliliters To 5,000 Litres Have Been Discussed. Verification Methods Of High Capacity Storage Tanks Of Various Shapes And Orientation, Including Ships And Barges Of A Few Thousand Cubic-Metres Is One Of The Firsts Of The Book.Separate Chapters On Vehicle Tanks Carrying Petroleum, Edible Liquids, And Likes Have Been Presented. Design And Fabrication Of Large Capacity Measures To Be Used As Standards Have Also Been Dealt With. The Range Of Measurement Covered Is From One Micro Litre To Several Million Litres.
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Sediment Transport Silvia Susana Ginsberg 2011-04-26 Sediment transport is a book that covers a wide variety of subject matters. It combines the personal and professional experience of the authors on solid particles transport and related problems, whose expertise is focused in aqueous systems and in laboratory flumes. This includes a series of chapters on hydrodynamics and their relationship with sediment transport and morphological development. The different contributions deal with issues such as the sediment transport modeling; sediment dynamics in stream confluence or river diversion, in meandering channels, at interconnected tidal channels system; changes in sediment transport under fine materials, cohesive materials and ice cover; environmental remediation of contaminated fine sediments. This is an invaluable interdisciplinary textbook and an important contribution to the sediment transport field. I strongly recommend this textbook to those in charge of conducting research on engineering issues or wishing to deal with equally important scientific problems.
Validation and Qualification in Analytical Laboratories, Second Edition Ludwig Huber 2007-07-23 This Second Edition discusses ways to improve pharmaceutical product quality while achieving compliance with global regulatory standards. With comprehensive step-by-step instructions, practical recommendations, standard operating procedures (SOPs), checklists, templates, and graphics for easy incorporation in a laboratory. This title serves as a complete source to the subject, and explains how to develop and implement a validation strategy for routine, non-routine, and standard analytical methods, covering the entire equipment, hardware, and software qualification process. It also provides guidance on qualification of certified standards, in-house reference materials, and people qualification, as well as internal and third party laboratory audits and inspections.
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Nanoscale Calibration Standards and Methods Günter Wilkening 2005-07-01 The quantitative determination of the properties of micro- and nanostructures is essential in research and development. It is also a prerequisite in process control and quality assurance in industry. The knowledge of the geometrical dimensions of structures in most cases is the base, to which other physical and chemical properties are linked. Quantitative measurements require reliable and stable instruments, suitable measurement procedures as well as appropriate calibration artefacts and methods. The seminar "NanoScale 2004" (6th Seminar on Quantitative Microscopy and 2nd Seminar on Nanoscale Calibration Standards and Methods) at the National Metrology Institute (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt PTB), Braunschweig, Germany, continues the series of seminars on Quantitative Microscopy. The series stimulates the exchange of information between manufacturers of relevant hard- and software and the users in science and industry. Topics addressed in these proceedings are a) the application of quantitative measurements and measurement problems in: microelectronics, microsystems technology, nano/quantum/molecular electronics, chemistry, biology, medicine, environmental technology, materials science, surface processing b) calibration & correction methods: calibration methods, calibration standards, calibration procedures, traceable measurements, standardization, uncertainty of measurements c) instrumentation and methods: novel/improved instruments and methods, reproducible probe/sample positioning, position-measuring systems, novel/improved probe/detector systems, linearization methods, image processing
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Soil Survey Laboratory Methods Manual USDA 2012-03-01 The purpose of this manual is to document methodology and to serve as a reference for the laboratory analyst. The standard methods described in this SSIR No. 42, Soil Survey Laboratory Methods Manual, Version 4.0 replaces as a methods reference all earlier versions of the SSIR No. 42 (1989, 1992, and 1996, respectively) and SSIR No. 1, Procedures for Collecting Soil Samples and Methods of Analysis for Soil Survey (1972, 1982, and 1984). All SSL methods are performed with methodologies appropriate for the specific purpose. The SSL SOP's are standard methods, peer-recognized methods, SSL-developed methods, and/or specified methods in soil taxonomy (Soil Survey Staff, 1999). An earlier version of this manual (1996) also served as the primary document from which a companion manual, Soil Survey Laboratory Information Manual (SSIR No. 45, 1995), was developed. The SSIR No. 45 describes in greater detail the application of SSL data. Trade names are used in the manual solely for the purpose of providing specific information. Mention of a trade name does not constitute a guarantee of the product by USDA nor does it imply an endorsement by USDA.
Analytical Instrumentation Handbook, Second Edition Galen Wood Ewing 1997-08-29 Intended for both the novice and professional, this text aims to approach problems with currently available tools and methods in the modern analytical chemistry domain. It covers all fields from basic theory and principles of analytical chemistry to instrumentation classification, design and purchasing. This edition includes information on X-ray methods and analysis, capillary electrophoresis, infrared and Raman technique comparisons, and more.
Practical Laboratory Automation Matheus C. Carvalho 2016-12-27 By closing the gap between general programming books and those on laboratory automation, this timely book makes accessible to every laboratory technician or scientist what has traditionally been restricted to highly specialized professionals. Following the idea of "learning by doing", the book provides an introduction to scripting using AutoIt, with many workable examples based on real-world scenarios. A large portion of the book tackles the traditionally hard problem of instrument synchronization, including remote, web-based synchronization. Automated result processing, database operation, and creation of graphical user interfaces are also examined. Readers of this book can immediately profit from the new knowledge in terms of both increased efficiency and reduced costs in laboratory operation. Above all, laboratory technicians and scientists will learn that they are free to choose whatever equipment they desire when configuring an automated analytical setup, regardless of manufacturers suggested specifications.
Soil Survey Field and Laboratory Methods Manual - Soil Survey Investigations Report No. 51 (Version 2) Issued 2014 U.S. Department of Agriculture 2019-04-06 Field and laboratory data are critical to the understanding of the properties and genesis of a single pedon, as well as to the understanding of fundamental soil relationships based on many observations of a large number of soils. Key to the advancement of this body of knowledge has been the cumulative effort of several generations of scientists in developing methods, designing and developing analytical databases, and investigating soil relationships based on these data. Methods development result from a broad knowledge of soils, encompassing topical areas of pedology, geomorphology, micromorphology, physics, chemistry, mineralogy, biology, and field and laboratory sample collection and preparation. The purpose of this manual, the ?Soil Survey Field and Laboratory Methods Manual, Soil Survey Investigations Report (SSIR) No. 51, ? is to (1) serve as a standard reference in the description of site and soils sampling strategies and assessment techniques and (2) provide..
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Balances Erich Robens 2013-10-01 The book deals mainly with direct mass determination by means of a conventional balances. It covers the history of the balance from the beginnings in Egypt earlier than 3000 BC to recent developments. All balance types are described with emphasis on scientific balances. Methods of indirect mass determination, which are applied to very light objects like molecules and the basic particles of matter and celestial bodies, are included. As additional guidance, today’s manufacturers are listed and the profile of important companies is reviewed. Several hundred photographs, reproductions and drawings show instruments and their uses. This book includes commercial weighing instruments for merchandise and raw materials in workshops as well as symbolic weighing in the ancient Egyptian’s ceremony of ‘Weighing of the Heart’, the Greek fate balance, the Roman Justitia, Juno Moneta and Middle Ages scenes of the Last Judgement with Jesus or St. Michael and of modern balances. The photographs are selected from the slide-archives of the late Richard Vieweg (1896-1972) (former President of the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Braunschweig, Germany), of the late Hans R. Jenemann (1920-1966) (former head of the Analytical Laboratory of Schott & Gen., Mainz, Germany) and of his wife Irene (1933-2008) and of Erich Robens.
Analytical Testing for the Pharmaceutical GMP Laboratory Kim Huynh-Ba 2022-03-31 Provides practical guidance on pharmaceutical analysis, written by leading experts with extensive industry experience Analytical Testing for the Pharmaceutical GMP Laboratory presents a thorough overview of the pharmaceutical regulations, working processes, and drug development best practices used to maintain the quality and integrity of medicines. With a focus on smaller molecular weight drug substances and products, the book provides the knowledge necessary for establishing the pharmaceutical laboratory to support Quality Systems while maintaining compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) regulations. Concise yet comprehensive chapters contain up-to-date coverage of drug regulations, pharmaceutical analysis methodologies, control strategies, testing development and validation, method transfer, electronic data documentation, and more. Each chapter includes a table of contents, definitions of acronyms, a reference list, and ample tables and figures. Addressing the principal activities and regulatory challenges of analytical testing in the development and manufacturing of pharmaceutical drug products, this authoritative resource: Describes the structure, roles, core guidelines, and GMP regulations of the FDA and ICH. Covers the common analytical technologies used in pharmaceutical laboratories, including examples of analytical techniques used for the release and stability testing of drugs. Examines control strategies established from quality systems supported by real-world case studies. Explains the use of dissolution testing for products such as extended-release capsules, aerosols, and inhalers. Discusses good documentation and data reporting practices, stability programs, and the Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) to maintain compliance. Includes calculations, application examples, and illustrations to assist readers in day-to-day laboratory operations. Contains practical information and templates to structure internal processes or common Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Analytical Testing for the Pharmaceutical GMP Laboratory is a must-have reference for both early-career and experienced pharmaceutical scientists, analytical chemists, pharmacists, and quality control professionals. It is also both a resource for GMP laboratory training programs and an excellent textbook for undergraduate and graduate courses of analytical chemistry in pharmaceutical sciences or regulatory compliance programs.
Automatic Chemical Analysis Peter B. Stockwell 1996-07-25 Written with practical experience of many of the systems it describes, this book provides coverage of all aspects of automation, from sample preparation, right through to data processing. The book also includes Coverage Of Robotics Computer Applications And Process Control, And The scope and limitations of each development are discussed. Three prac
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