Monthly Archives: August 2020

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Perspectives and scenarios in the airline sector during and after the COVID-19 pandemic

Interview with professor Tessaleno Devezas presents an original vision of why the surprise effect caused by the COVID-19 pandemic on the global economic system and the cause-effect reciprocity presented by the aeronautical sector as well. The researcher discusses possible scenarios and probable characteristics that involve the sector, presenting thoughts about how to face the socioeconomic situation during and after the crisis. Read More →

Essential ginger oil has antifungal action

Food products and goods, such as corn kernels, may eventually be contaminated by fungi. In recent research, ginger essential oil was analyzed as a possible alternative to be a synthetic fungicides, by inhibiting the development of fungi in corn kernels. The results showed antifungal efficacy of the essential oil of ginger against the fungus Aspergillus flavus. Read More →

Transport of cattle influences meat quality

Quality meat is the result of several factors such as food, production and also the transport of cattle. For greater economic profitability, transport with a high rate of stocking of the bodies is common, but it results in hematomas in the bovine carcasses. Study analyzed three types of bodies, their stocking rate and the incidence of hematomas in the carcasses of cattle. Read More →