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scavenging

of anesthetic. See anesthetic scavenging.
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Despite laws to end the practice of manual scavenging, it is prevalent in many Indian states.
Temperature, pH, and E/S ratio were selected as the independent variables and analyzed according to the preliminary experiment results, whereas DPPH free radical scavenging activity was selected as the dependent variable.
Their antioxidant activity is due to their redox properties functioning through single oxygen quenching, free radical scavenging and metal ion chelating etc.
Keywords: Erythraea ramosissima, scavenging activity DPPH, ABTS, phenolics, flavonoid compounds, cytotoxicity.
22 ( ANI ): Despite various laws banning manual scavenging, a heart-breaking incident has come to light in Madhya Pradesh's Chhatarpur.
Keywords: DPPH, Radical scavenging activity, Maximal inhibitory concentration and Moraceae.
Along this same path I found just as many Slicing, Bioanalysis and Scavenging nodes as I did Archaeology nodes.
In a land where the 'dalits,' or untouchables, like him are shackled in silence to the dirtiest job in the world to make a living, Wilson defied fate and in doing so, won many battles in his mission to liberate outcasts from the hereditary occupation of manual scavenging.
Leaves of Mentha royleana posses highest level of scavenging activity due to large quantity of phenolic compounds.
In its citation for Wilson, the award committee said it recognises "his moral energy and prodigious skill in leading a grass roots movement to eradicate the degrading servitude of manual scavenging in India, reclaiming for the Dalits the human dignity that is their natural birthright.
Most days he just eats from scavenging through restaurant left-overs.
Carrion scavenging is not considered common behavior in these animals but has been sparsely documented.