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    Talon-Ted Award Winners For April Announced

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    Talon-Ted Award Winners For April Announced Honor given out by Student-Athlete Service

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    Talon-Ted Award Winners For January Announced Honor given out by Student-Athlete Service

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    Talon-Ted Award Winners For March Announced Honor given out by Student-Athlete Service

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    Talon-Ted Award Winners For February Announced Honor given out by Student-Athlete Service


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    Hines honored with Southern Talon Award Georgia Southern’s Master of Science in Applied Economics ranked No. 11 for top online degree Georgia Southern mental health counselor invited to speak at Caribbean Well-being Conferenc

    Taking Flight – April 2019

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    Message From the Dean Alumni Spotlight -- Cindy Pollack Eagle Executive Spring 2019 Business Alum Receives Talon Award Parker Days of Business Online Master of Science in Applied Economics Prepares Students for Job Market Logistics Team Competes in Innovation Challenge CFA Institute University Alliance Parker College Takes PDD to Savannah and the Armstrong Campus Ph.D. Students Soar at the Logistics Doctoral Symposium Faculty/Staff New

    On over-reflection and generation of Gravito-Alfven waves in solar-type stars

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    The dynamics of linear perturbations is studied in magnetized plasma shear flows with a constant shearing rate and with gravity-induced stratification. The general set of linearized equations is derived and the two-dimensional case is considered in detail. The Boussinesq approximation is used in order to examine relatively small-scale perturbations of low-frequency modes: Gravito-Alfven waves (GAW) and Entropy Mode (EM) perturbations. It is shown that for flows with arbitrary shearing rate there exists a finite time interval of non-adiabatic evolution of the perturbations. The non-adiabatic behavior manifests itself in a twofold way, viz. by the over-reflection of the GAWs and by the generation of GAWs from EM perturbations. It is shown that these phenomena act as efficient transformers of the equilibrium flow energy into the energy of the perturbations for moderate and high shearing rate solar plasma flows. Efficient generation of GAW by EM takes place for shearing rates about an order of magnitude smaller than necessary for development of a shear instability. The latter fact could have important consequences for the problem of angular momentum redistribution within the Sun and solar-type stars.Comment: 20 pages (preprint format), 4 figures; to appear in The Astrophysical Journal (August 1, 2007, v664, N2 issue

    Patriot Talon Vol. 40 Issue 18 (2009)

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    The official newspaper for the University of Texas at Tyler before it was changed back to the UT Tyler Patriot. Articles in this issue include: Search Under Way for Admissions VP; Townhall Meeting Thursday Plans to Address UC Issues; CLINCHED! Men Post 14 Point Comeback; beat Mississippi for First Time; Multi-talented English Professor Talks Career Choices with Talon; Faculty Awards; Habitat for Humanity; Turkey Trip; \u27Celebrate Hope with Angelina; Catchy, Tasteful, Successful; Disaster Movie Fails to Win any Razzies; Grammy Award Outlook Unlikely for Flick;Horror Movie Lecture; Madea isn\u27t Worth the Time or Money, do not Bother; Schools Take Part in Environmental Campaign; Admin Select Shrout for Director of Career Services; Debate Team Argues Way to National Meets; Patriot talon Selects Business Coordinator; Baseball Sweeps Mary-Hardin Baylor; Patriots Enter Postseason on Two-game Losing Streak; Steroid Usage in Major League Baseball top Headline so Far in Spring Training; Golf Teams Resume 2008-2009 Season in Mary-Hardin Baylor Invitationalhttps://scholarworks.uttyler.edu/patriottalon/1063/thumbnail.jp

    Physicochemical and microbiological characteristics of kitoza, a traditional salted/dried/smoked meat product of Madagascar

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    Kitoza samples collected from producers in Madagascar were analyzed for their physicochemical and microbial properties. Lactic acid bacteria and coagulase‐negative staphylococci were the two codominant populations with average counts of 6–7 log cfu/g. Good hygienic practices were sometimes lacking but samples were not contaminated with Salmonella, Clostridium perfringens, and Bacillus cereus and only once with Listeria monocytogenes. Staphylococcus aureus was found occasionally with higher counts in salted/dried products than in salted/smoked products. Moisture, protein, fat, and salt contents varied considerably and were on average 41.5, 43.5, 14.3, and 3.3 g/100 g, respectively, and water activity was 0.893 on average. Smoked kitoza showed higher moisture content compared to dried kitoza. Most of the smoked kitoza had a water activity higher than 0.9 which is not in accordance with their storage at ambient temperatures. Benzo(a)pyrene content was above 2 µg/kg in 11 out of 30 smoked samples (17 ± 16.5 µg/kg on average)