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۱Study of biophysical properties of mung bean (Vigna Radiata) seed
اطلاعات انتشار: دومین کنفرانس بین المللی دستاوردهای نوین در علوم مهندسی و پایه، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۴
It order to reduce losses and maintain the quality of agricultural products during harvest and postharvestoperation and designing certain processing machinery, having sufficient knowledge about mechanicaland physical characteristics of products is necessary. This study examined some physical and gravitycharacteristics including volume, mass density, real density, porosity, slip angle and repose, measuring moisture,mean geometric dimensions, sphericity, resiliency factor and shape factor for green mung bean (Vigna Radiate)in which mean arithmetic diameter and geometric dimensions were 4.54±0.54 and 4.44±0.53, respectively. Meanof sphericity was %76.24. In this study, resiliency factor was 0.63±0.06 and shape factor was 42.57±1.4. Volumemeasurement was conducted by liquid displacement method and mass density and real density and porosity were0.91, 1.34, 0.04, respectively and repose and slip angles estimated as 0.048 and 0.097.<\div>

۲Assessment of Attitudes and Some Factors Affected about Gastrointestinal Cancer Screening in the Women Iranian
اطلاعات انتشار: World Applied Sciences Journal، سي و دوم،شماره۵، ۲۰۱۴، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۶
Among cancer death rates, gasterointestinal cancer ranks second to lung cancer in men and third in women, behind lung and breast cancer, respectively. This study examined attitude and some factors affected on gasterointestinal cancer in the women Iranian in 2013. This is a cross–sectional study that was carried out on 560 women in Arak (A city in Iran) in 2013. Participant divided two groups younger women (Under 45 years: 372 women) and older age (45 years and upper: 188 women). By semi structure interview assessed positive and negative attitudes and some factors affected with regard to gastrointestinal cancer. In this study younger women obtained significantly higher attitude scores than older women (2.55, 2.12–3.87, P0.01), women with more education also demonstrated greater positive attitude (3.1, 2.3–4.2, P0.001). Attitudes varied by age, with women and those in the older age having more negative attitudes (1.32, 0.77–2.24, P 0.024). Attitudes also varied significantly by educational level, with women who had the lowest levels of education showing the most negative attitudes to cancer (2.92, 1.4–4.81, P0.001). About positive attitude in younger women was “Affecting personal life\family\career” (311, 83%) were the perceived. Negative attitude was generally high in older women, with agree in each item. “Going for screening would be painful (116, 62%) and screening would be too expensive (144, 77%)” was the negative attitude upon. Regression analyses showed that sociodemographic variables, along with cancer experience and cancer attitude were entered into the regression model, as the dependent variable. All of the variables, including independently predicted attitudes (R2 adjusted: 0.197). Reducing negative perceptions about cancer may in turn influence the decisionto take part in screening. Improving attitude among all groups should be a priority in the effort to improve gastrointestinal cancer outcomes.
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