Latest technologies from University of Arkansashttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.comBe the first to know about the latest inventions and technologies available from University of Arkansas TCOen-USFri, 20 Oct 2017 23:45:36 GMTThu, 27 Jul 2017 12:10:33 GMThttp://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rsscnimmo@uark.eduCopyright 2017, University of ArkansasBeak Surface Temperature Measure Stress/Overall Welfare in Poultryhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/25784Thu, 27 Jul 2017 12:10:33 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/25784Leg Surface Temperature Shows Leg Health in Poultryhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/25780Thu, 27 Jul 2017 11:45:43 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/25780Bile Acids Against Animal Intestinal Pathogenshttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/25776Thu, 27 Jul 2017 08:56:51 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/25776Prediction of Woody Breast Using Image Analysis of Carcass Featureshttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/25775Wed, 26 Jul 2017 14:09:24 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/25775Fixed Angle Nozzle Body Adaptorhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/25444Wed, 07 Jun 2017 08:45:54 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/25444Poly Pipe Trailer for ATV Deployment of Multiple Inlet Irrigation of Rice Irrigationhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/24178Fri, 24 Feb 2017 07:18:19 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/24178Variable-Flow Solar Powered Tail-water Recovery Pump Systemhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/24176Thu, 23 Feb 2017 13:14:51 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/24176Wine Grape A-2467 named 'Enchantment'http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/23504Tue, 08 Nov 2016 12:09:31 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/23504Wine Grape A-2245, named 'Opportunity'http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/23503Tue, 08 Nov 2016 11:54:21 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/23503Trans-,Trans- Conjugated Linoleic Acid Compositions and Use Thereofhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/23487Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) is a mixture of positional and geometrical isomers of linoleic acid (LA) with conjugated double bonds. Biomedical studies and clinical trials have demonstrated that CLA has many health benefits such as: reduction of body fat, decreasing cancer risk and reduction of tumor proliferation, improved immune function, isomer specific diabetes prevention, and prevention of cardiovascular disease as well as anti-inflammatory properties.CLA occurs naturally in dairy products and meat from ruminant animals, where they are synthesized from linoleic acid by rumen bacteria. Ho...Mon, 07 Nov 2016 13:52:57 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/23487Conjugated Linoleic Acid Rich Vegetable Oil Production from Linoleic Rich Oils by Hetrogeneous Catalysishttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/23485Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) is a mixture of positional and geometrical isomers of linoleic acid (LA) with conjugated double bonds. Biomedical studies and clinical trials have demonstrated that CLA has many health benefits such as: reduction of body fat, decreasing cancer risk and reduction of tumor proliferation, improved immune function, isomer specific diabetes prevention, and prevention of cardiovascular disease as well as anti-inflammatory properties.CLA occurs naturally in dairy products and meat from ruminant animals, where they are synthesized from linoleic acid by rumen bacteria. Ho...Mon, 07 Nov 2016 13:47:38 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/23485Sulfar-Enhanced Catalytic Production of CLA-Rich Vegetable Oil without Hydrogen Gashttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/23483Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) is a mixture of positional and geometrical isomers of linoleic acid (LA) with conjugated double bonds. Biomedical studies and clinical trials have demonstrated that CLA has many health benefits such as: reduction of body fat, decreasing cancer risk and reduction of tumor proliferation, improved immune function, isomer specific diabetes prevention, and prevention of cardiovascular disease as well as anti-inflammatory properties.CLA occurs naturally in dairy products and meat from ruminant animals, where they are synthesized from linoleic acid by rumen bacteria. Ho...Mon, 07 Nov 2016 13:34:38 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/23483Organic Acids Incorporated Edible Antimicrobial Films.http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/21188Mon, 21 Dec 2015 13:49:28 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/21188Cornstalk Nitrate Cutterhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/21176Mon, 21 Dec 2015 09:18:24 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/21176N-STaR: Nitrogen-Soil Test for Agronomic Recommendations-for rice produced on silt loam soilshttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/21173For field crops within the United States there is currently no analytical method used on a state or regional basis that can consistently and accurately predict the amount of soil nitrogen mineralized during a cropping season and in turn the nitrogen fertilizer needs required to achieve optimum yields on a site-specific or year to year basis. Current nitrogen fertilizer recommendations for rice, wheat, corn, grain sorghum and cotton in the U.S. are typically based on soil texture, variety, yield goal and/or the previous crop grown. This approach often will maximize yields, but in many cases lea...Mon, 21 Dec 2015 09:05:40 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/21173Method of improving tolerance of plants to herbicides using seed insecticide treatmentshttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20491Mon, 12 Oct 2015 11:04:01 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20491Blueberry Plant named Norman (A-272)http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20386Thu, 24 Sep 2015 08:08:30 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20386Nectarine - Westbrookhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20384Wed, 23 Sep 2015 13:59:21 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20384Nectarine - Bradleyhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20383Bradley Date of Release - 2000; plant patent #12,620 Type - Yellow, non-melting flesh, cling. Fruit Maturity Date - June 29 Fruit Size - Medium-large, average 146 g. Skin Color - Red and orange mix, with red blush covering approx. 60% of the skin. Flavor, Sweetness - Good, with some processing peach type-related flavor,11.6 % soluble solids. Fruit Firmness - Firm, and maintains good firmness near full maturity. Bloom Date - March 22. Bacterial Spot Resistance - Resistant, and this disease very rarely seen on fruits. Comments - Bradley is the largest-fruited of the Arkansas releases thus far. I...Wed, 23 Sep 2015 13:54:48 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20383Nectarine - Arringtonhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20380Arrington Date of Release - 2000; plant patent #12,641 Type - Yellow, non-melting flesh, cling. Fruit Maturity Date - June 24 Fruit Size - Medium, average 125 g. Skin Color - Red and orange mix, with red blush covering approx. 60% of the skin. Flavor, Sweetness - Very good, mild nectarine flavor, 12.2 % soluble solids. Fruit Firmness - Firm, and maintains good firmness near full maturity. Bloom Date - March 20. Bacterial Spot Resistance - Moderately resistant, and this disease seldom observed on fruits. Comments - Arrington has non-melting flesh, and should handle better after harvest than man...Wed, 23 Sep 2015 13:49:53 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20380Nectarine - Bowden (A-764)http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20379Wed, 23 Sep 2015 13:44:31 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20379Nectarine Tree named 'Amoore Sweet' (A-765)http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20378Wed, 23 Sep 2015 13:39:40 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20378Blackberry - Ouachita (A-1905)http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20368Wed, 23 Sep 2015 08:32:43 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20368Peach - White Riverhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20355White River Date of Release - 2002; plant patent #15,159 Type - White, melting flesh, freestone. Fruit Maturity Date - July 20 average Fruit Size - Large, 200-230 g. Skin Color - Red blush over 60-80% of skin with cream-like ground color; very attractive.Flavor, Sweetness - Excellent, distinct white-peach flavor, up to14.5% soluble solids, standard acidity. Fruit Firmness - Firm when early ripe but softens at full maturity. Bloom Date - March 22 average full bloom. Bacterial Spot Resistance - Resistant, and only very seldom seen on leaves; one of the more resistant peaches in the Arkansas bree...Tue, 22 Sep 2015 11:58:20 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20355Peach - White Rock (A-658)http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20354Tue, 22 Sep 2015 11:51:08 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20354Peach - White County (A-678)http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20353White County Date of Release - 2004; plant patent #17,742 Type - White, melting flesh, freestone. Fruit Maturity Date - July 14 first mature on average. Fruit Size - Large, 250 g average. Skin Color - Red blush over 80% of skin with cream-like ground color; very attractive. Flavor, Sweetness - Low-acid, distinct exceptional white peach flavor; sweet with average 14% soluble solids. Fruit Firmness - Very firm, but softens to melting flesh when fully mature. Bloom Date - March 26 average full bloom. Bacterial Spot Resistance - Moderate resistance, occasionally seen on leaves but no economic dama...Tue, 22 Sep 2015 11:43:48 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20353Peach - White Diamond (A-700)http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20352White Diamond Date of Release - 2009; plant patent #22,464 Type - White flesh, freestone, melting, low acid. Fruit Maturity Date - Average first harvest July 29. Fruit Size - Medium-large to large, 200 grams. Skin Color - Red blush on fruits averages 87% of skin. Flavor, Sweetness - Low acid with very nice white peach flavor with average soluble solids of 14.5%. Fruit Firmness - Very firm but softens to melting flesh when fully ripe, similar to White County. Bloom Date - Average first bloom date March 17, 3 days prior to White County and White River. Bacterial Spot Resistance - Very little to ...Tue, 22 Sep 2015 11:37:08 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20352Peach - Souvenirs (A-763)http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20348Tue, 22 Sep 2015 11:14:45 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20348Table Grape - Neptune (ARK-2083)http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20346Neptune Type and Color - Seedless table grape; white (yellow-green skin color). Date of Release - 1998; plant patent #12,302. Berry Flavor - Fruity and pleasant, but not a foxy flavor characteristic of V. labrusca; 19.7 percent soluble solids. Berry Size - Medium, 3 grams. Berry Texture - Non-slipskin; skin thickness similar to many eastern table grapes. Cluster Size - Large, 250 to 400 grams range. Yield - Moderate, 5 tons/acre in research trials. Maturity Date - Approximately August 4 at Clarksville, Arkansas. Hardiness - Hardy, observed to be similar to Venus or possibly hardier. Comments -...Tue, 22 Sep 2015 09:10:03 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20346Table Grape - Jupiter (A-1985)http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20345Jupiter Type and Color - Seedless table grape; reddish blue to blue when fully mature. Date of Release - 1998; plant patent #13,309 Berry Flavor - Mild muscat; rated highly and exceeded only by Reliance in flavor ratings; 20.6 percent soluble solids. Berry Size - Large, 4 to 5 grams. Berry Texture - Non-slipskin; semi-crisp; skin thickness less than many eastern table grapes. Cluster Size - Medium-large, 200 to 250 grams average; similar weight to Venus. Yield - High, 8 to 13 tons/acre in research trials. Maturity Date - Early, approximately July 24 at Clarksville, Arkansas, five days after Ve...Tue, 22 Sep 2015 09:06:21 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20345Table Grape - Gratitude (Ark. 2505)http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20344Gratitude Type and Color - Seedless table grape; white (green) at maturity. Date of Release - 2012Berry Flavor - Neutral flavor, similar to Vitis vinifera table grapes; soluble solids averages 19%. Berry Size - Medium, 3.5 grams average. Berry Texture - Non-slipskin; exceptionally crisp; very thin skinned. Cluster Size - Large; often over 500 grams with very tight clusters. Yield - Moderate. Maturity Date - Late August, near Neptune. Hardiness - Moderate hardiness, less than Jupiter and likely similar to Neptune. Comments - Excellent resistant to fruit cracking during summer rains with excepti...Tue, 22 Sep 2015 08:59:18 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20344Table Grape - Joy (Ark. 2494)http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20343Joy Type and Color - Seedless table grape; blue when fully mature. Date of Release - 2012Berry Flavor - Exceptional fruity flavor. Berry Size - Small to medium, 3 grams average. Berry Texture - Non-slipskin, soft texture. Cluster Size - Medium-large, averaging 300 grams. Yield - Moderate to high. Maturity Date - August 11th on average, between Jupiter and Neptune. Hardiness - Not fully evaluated, likely slightly less than Jupiter, comparable to Neptune. Comments - Vines have moderate vigor and very good resistance to fruit cracking. Flavor is exceptional with unique flavor for V. labrusca and ...Tue, 22 Sep 2015 08:53:53 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20343Blueberry - Ozarkbluehttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20342OzarkblueType - Southern highbush.Date of Release - 1996Area of Adaptation - Areas of traditional rabbiteye production in Arkansas and as far south as I-20 in other southern states is the anticipated area of adaptation.Maturity Date - Approximately June 10 at Clarksville, Arkansas, and June 5 at Hope, Arkansas; ripening date is usually 7 to 10 days before Climax rabbiteye blueberry.Berry Size - Large, averaging 1.8 to 2.4 grams/berry.Berry Color/Scar - Excellent light color; stem scar rated very high (indicating a small stem scar and limited to no tearing of the fruit skin at the point of atta...Tue, 22 Sep 2015 08:46:04 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20342Blackberry - Chickasawhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20337ChickasawType - Thorny, erect.Date of Release - 1998Fruit Size - Large, averaging 10 to 11 grams/berry.Flavor/Sweetness - Good, rated between that of Shawnee and Choctaw; soluble solids (percent sugar) averages 9.6 percent.Yield - High yields, surpassing all other cultivars in some research plantings.Maturity Date - Ripens beginning approximately June 10 at Clarksville, Arkansas, and fruiting extends for five to six weeks. Ripening season is near that of Shawnee.Disease Resistance - Not tested for resistance to double blossom/rosette but not expected to be resistant; no orange rust observed; s...Mon, 21 Sep 2015 14:08:09 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20337Blackberry - Apachehttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20336ApacheType - Thornless, erect.Date of Release - 1998Fruit Size - Largest of the Arkansas thornless; up to 10 grams/berry.Flavor/Sweetness - Very good, rated between that of Arapaho and Navaho; soluble solids (percent sugar) averages 10.7 percent.Yield - Highest yielding of the thornless options in research trials.Maturity Date - Ripens beginning approximately June 20 at Clarksville, Arkansas, and fruiting extends for about five weeks. Ripening season is near that ofNavaho.Disease Resistance - Not tested for resistance to double blossom/rosette, but could have same resistance as Navaho and Arap...Mon, 21 Sep 2015 14:02:34 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20336Blackberry - Natchezhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20335Natchez - BlackberryType - Thornless, erect to semi-erect.Date of Release - 2007Fruit Size - Large, average 8 to 9 g/berry; comparable to Apache and larger than Arapaho, Ouachita, and Navaho.Flavor/Sweetness - Good, rated comparable to Arapaho; soluble solids (percent sugar) averages 9.5%.Yield - Yields twice that of Arapaho in research trials; comparable to Ouachita and Apache.Maturity Date - Ripens beginning approximately June 3 at Clarksville, Arkansas. Ripening season comparable to Arapaho and earlier than Ouachita and Apache.Disease Resistance - No substantial common diseases observed; no...Mon, 21 Sep 2015 13:55:00 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20335Blackberry - Prime-Jim, (APF-12) Trademark registration # 76/558901http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20334Mon, 21 Sep 2015 13:50:46 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20334Blackberry - Prime-Jan, (APF-8) Trademark registration # 76/558905http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20333Mon, 21 Sep 2015 13:47:27 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20333Blackberry - Prime-Ark 45, (APF-45)http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20332Mon, 21 Sep 2015 09:05:11 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20332Blackberry - Prime-Ark Freedom, (APF-153T)http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20331Mon, 21 Sep 2015 07:49:37 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20331Blackberry - Prime-Ark Traveler, (APF-190T)http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20299Fri, 18 Sep 2015 08:36:10 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20299Table Grape - Hope (Ark. 2053)http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20188Fri, 28 Aug 2015 12:36:51 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20188Blackberry - Osage (Ark. 2362)http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20187Fri, 28 Aug 2015 11:48:23 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20187Innovative Processing Technology to Produce Novel Healthy Edamame Frozen Deserthttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20186Fri, 28 Aug 2015 11:31:41 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20186Table Grape - Faith (Ark. 2412)http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20185Fri, 28 Aug 2015 09:32:23 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20185Novel Methodology for Therapeutic and Prophylactic bacteriophage delivery and amplification using non-pathogenic non-target bacterial hosts for enteric diseases.http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20158OVERVIEWBacterial infections are a serious health risk for animals and humans. Since several strains of bacteria have been found to be resistant to traditional antibiotics, new methods of treating infections that do not involve antibiotics are sought. In addition, food-borne illness caused by bacteria is a serious threat to human health. Some Salmonella bacteria are broadly present and highly pathogenic while others are nonpathogenic. TECHNOLOGYBacteriophages are viruses capable of infecting bacteria, replicating and ultimately destroying their host. Bacteriophages have long been suggested as ...Thu, 27 Aug 2015 07:07:32 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/20158Improved Grain Yield and Quality Under High Temperaturehttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/16015Tue, 30 Sep 2014 13:18:37 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/16015A Method for Stacking Genes into a Single Genomic Site Through Iterative Genetic Transformation of Plantshttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/16014Tue, 30 Sep 2014 13:09:51 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/16014Gold-Coated Carbon Nanotubes for Biomedical Applicationshttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/11314Fri, 12 Oct 2012 12:23:03 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/11314DNA-Linked Nanoparticle Building Blocks for Nanostructure Assembly and Applications of the Samehttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/11299The ability to produce specific arrangements of nanoscale matter to suit a specific application is an important goal of nanotechnology. New material properties may result from materials that result from the intentional design of their nanoscale structure. Researchers have recently developed a method of programming the assembly of nanoparticles using the self-assembly properties of DNA. Nanoparticles of different materials can be functionalized to accept DNA molecules at specific locations and with specific angles of attachment. The new method of programming the assembly of nanoparticles shows ...Wed, 10 Oct 2012 07:21:54 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/11299Extracts from Heat De-Fatted Rice Bran (HDRB) as Health-Promoting Agents (Pentapeptide)http://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/11227 Synthetically designed and manufactured chemicals for promoting health and preventing disease are marketed extensively as pharmaceuticals. The food industry and the general public seek alternatives that serve the same purpose as pharmaceuticals yet are derived from naturally-occurring sources; these alternatives are often referred to as nutraceuticals. Rice bran is a by-product of milling rough rice that consists of protein, fatty acids, minerals, and fiber. Researchers at the University of Arkansas, Division of Agriculture described a novel method of separating and purifying protein from r...Fri, 28 Sep 2012 09:53:55 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/11227In Vivo Test-System to Monitor Tissue Responseshttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/11224Unique opportunities for animal testing using the avian model: In vivo test-tube: the growing feather as a dermal test-site for temporal, qualitative and quantitative assessment of cellular responses to test-materialDescription:In animal testing, minimally invasive procedures that provide insight into local and systemic activities following exposure to test-material is desirable. The blood and other body fluids provide a suitable window to monitor systemic effects of test-materials. Monitoring activities of, and responses to, test-material in a complex tissue of a living organism presents a gr...Fri, 28 Sep 2012 09:53:34 GMTcnimmo@uark.eduhttp://uarktco.technologypublisher.com/technology/11224