Pellegrino, chief operations officer of Pellegrino Recycling, which has the recycling contract for Shrewsbury, said he sympathizes with people who feel they have to scavenge
other people's trash, but the practice can cause problems.
Since, Dual activity of methanolic extract to inhibit lipid peroxidation and scavenge
free radical showed from T arjuna for application to prevent atherosclerosis.
These antioxidants eliminate pro oxidants and scavenge
free radicals (Arouma, 1996).
Two natural products Polypodium leucotomos extract (PL) and kojic acid (KA) were tested for their ability to scavenge
reactive oxygen species (.OH,.O2-, H2O2, 1O2) in phosphate buffer.
The capability to scavenge
the [DPPH.sup.dot] radical was calculated using the following equation:
As shown in a modified Audi A4 Turbo DI, Bosch engineers increased valve overlap to 40[degrees] to scavenge
the residual gas from the cylinders.
The animals' keepers offer insightful comments about a Komodo dragon so fearless that the keeper could simply take it for a walk to its new cage rather than ship it in a box, and the tasmanian devil who loves to scavenge
, a talent her keepers encourage by dragging the food around her living area and putting it in a different hiding place every time.
Before incorporation into the compound they can scavenge
moisture from the air.
Antioxidant activities in the plant extracts is due to the presence of some phenolic acds and flavonoids which mediates as reducing agents, to scavenge
reactive oxygen species and chelate trace metals etc., .
The package can be stored unfilled for an extended period (without significant loss of scavenging capability) and will scavenge
immediately upon filling with a liquid product.
In Europe, for instance, Wolves are known to prey and scavenge
on European Bison (Bison bonasus) in the Bialowieza Forest, Poland, where both species have co-existed since the 1920s (Jedrzejewski and others 2002; Selva and others 2003).
CONCLUSIONS: While crocin may be unable to scavenge
superoxide, some of the other carotenoids do so quite effectively.
Because birds scavenge
dead farm animals, "any NSMD that is used without testing [on birds] is a real cause of concern," Cuthbert says.
However, some compounds did not scavenge
DPPH but inhibited lipid peroxidation significantly, suggesting that their inhibitory effect was not due to radical scavenging but to some other mechanism, such as prevention of [Fe.sup.2+] function.
Or did it scavenge
dead and rotting animal carcasses?