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Enzymatic interesterification

Enzymatic Transesterification is a catalytic reaction, which occurs when the enzyme is introduced into oil and rearranges the fatty acids of the glycerol backbone of triglycerides. Triglycerides are liquid or solid at room temperature. The redistribution of fatty acids that occurs with enzymatic interesterification provides structure and functionality to triglycerides at room temperature. This process governs the melting, increasing functionality and flexibility in food production. One of five different ways to change the profiles of the melting property, the enzymatic transesterification as opposed to the more widely used method of partial hydrogenation is that it produces TRANS-fatty acids and lowers saturated fat content.


Damn Interesting

Damn Interesting is an independent website founded by Alan Bellows in 2005. The website presents true stories from science, history, and psychology, primarily as long-form articles, often illustrated with original artwork. Works are written by various authors, and published at irregular intervals. The website openly rejects advertising, relying on reader and listener donations to cover operating costs. As of October 2012, each article is also published as a podcast. In July 2009 damn interesting, published a book alien hand Syndrome through the publishing activity of the worker. It contains some favorites from the site and some exclusive content.


Running with Scissors with Mr. Interesting

Running with Scissors with Mr. Interesting was a six-part radio series broadcast on CBC Radio One Saturday afternoons during the third hour of Definitely Not the Opera during the summer of 1999. It starred Dan Redican reprising the title role from The Frantics Frantic Times radio series. The show was described as a collection "unrelated sketches loosely tied together by a large man with a gravelly voice and a slightly foreign sounding accent." The show was recorded live from the stage at Torontos Rivoli. In the course of the series, the show was presented performances by Diane black, Jenny hacker, Diana Wilson, Kathryn Greenwood and Jonathan Wilson. The show marked Dan Redicans first return to CBC radio after the last series Frantics look at history in 1988.


Committee for the Defence of National Interests

The Committee for the Defence of National Interests was an anti-communist right-wing political party founded in the Kingdom of Laos on 17 June 1958. Dismayed by the election of Lao communists to the National Assembly in the May 1958 elections, younger politicians and military officers founded CDNI as an alternative to older Lao politicians and senior officers then in power. The CDNI pronounced itself as a force for anti-corruption efforts in the Royal Lao Government. It was backed by the United States embassy, American support was manifested in political advice and civic actions such as Operation Booster Shot. In the 24 April 1960 elections, which were obviously rigged, the CDNI won 32 of 59 seats. The Pathet Lao leadership had been detained during the election, on 23 May 1960, they escaped to join their insurrection in the mountains. This ended the governing coalition, and fighting began in the Laotian Civil War.


Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Interests

The Minister for citizenship and multicultural interests positions in the government of Western Australia, currently held Paul Papalia labour party. The position was first created in 1924, when the name of the Minister for immigration, for the first Ministry formed by Philip Collier. With the exception of some governments of the 1940s and 1950s, it existed in every government. Currently, the Minister responsible for the status of government office of multicultural interests, which is included in the Department of local government and communities.


Knowledge and Human Interests

Knowledge and human interests-is a 1968 book by the German philosopher jürgen Habermas, in which the author examines the development of modern natural Sciences and Humanities. He criticizes Sigmund Freud, arguing that psychoanalysis is a branch of the Humanities, not science, and provides a critique of the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. Habermass first major systematic work, knowledge and human interests was compared with the philosopher Paul Ricoeurs Freud and philosophy, 1965. It received positive reviews, which identified them as a part of important work. However, critics have found Habermass attempt to discuss the relationship between knowledge and human interests is unsatisfactory, and his work obscure in style. Some commentators found his discussion of Freuds valuable, while others questioned its conclusions.

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