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  • Total Phenolic Content of Red and White Grape Juice

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    compounds in wine combats these negative effects and originate from the grape itself the focus of this study was the total phenolic content in red and white grape juice; measured in gallic acid equivalents

  • Ciocalteu Reagetion Lab Report

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    determine the antioxidant potential of phenolic and polyphenolic from the sample. DPPH bonds with hydrogen atom from sample while hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) bonds with iron ion (Fe3+) to form iron (III) thiocyanate, Fe(SCN)3 in the FRAP test. The phenolic acids and flavonoids are contributing to antioxidant activities. Radical scavenging activity of petroleum ether extracts of C. nutans was 82.00 ± 0.02 % (Arullappan et al., 2014, pp. 1455-1461). Chloroform leaves extract of C. nutans

  • Analysis Of Julius Caesar 's ' The Gallic War '

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    Critique Essay In this critique of Julius Caesar’s book, The Gallic War, I will be discussing the purpose and accuracy (or in this case, inaccuracy) over his adventures and military campaign against the Gallic tribes. There is a constant debate between historians: The Myth of Certainty. History is all about interpretation and finding truth out of subjectivity. History can often be lost in time as the firsthand accounts will eventually fade out. Even if firsthand accounts remains intact, it is not

  • Leadership and Julius Caesar

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    architectural projects and reforms. Overall, ? Julius Caesar’s exceptional leadership skills begin with his victories in the Gallic Wars. The Gallic Wars were battles in Gaul with Caesar and his men fighting various rebelling Gallic tribes. These Gallic rebellions were caused by a population boom within the tribes of Gaul, causing them to leak into Roman territory (Gallic

  • The Battle Of The Roman Empire By Caesar 's Commentarii De Bello Gallico Essay

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    In the unrelenting expansion of the Roman Empire, Caesar’s Commentarii de Bello Gallico accounts the engagements of the Gallic Wars, alongside his personal intrigue of Gallic people. Yet, this work makes use of and conveys anthropological reports of a people approaching subjugation by Rome, the Gauls. Furthermore, Asad’s “Introduction; Barlow’s “Noble Gauls and their other in Caesar 's Propaganda”; G. Boys-Stones’ “The Recovery of Primitive Wisdom in Early Stoicism; Feuchtwang’s “The Colonial Formation

  • Julius Caesar And The Gallic War Summary

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    One of the first wars Julius Caesar encountered was the Gallic War. The city of Gaul was rising just like Rome. However, one day German troops took back their land forcing one Gaul tribe to retreat back their main city. To do this they would have to cross some Roman territory. Gaul thought that this wouldn’t be a problem as they thought of Romans as understanding people. Julius Caesar soon learned about the Gaul tribe’s plans and took an army to the area in which the Gaul tribe would be crossing

  • Julius Caesar Essay

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    English II November 30, 2011. Julius Caesar´s Essay Julius Caesar is mostly known for his great leadership in Rome´s Empire, he accomplished everything he purposed and he did whatever it took to make it happen. He had all it took to be such a leader; women were in love with him, men wanted to be part of his army and children wanted to be like him when they grow up. For Caesar all it took was courage and selfishness to get to where he was. A leader is a person who knows the way; goes the

  • The Downfall Of Julius Caesar

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    precipitate Rome’s civil war. Continuing his military conquests, Caesar would become the governor of Gaul, which is now modern day Belgium and France. After ascending to this position, he’d engage in a near decade-long conquest of Gaul known as the Gallic War. Probably his most successful battle and

  • The Siege Of Alesia, By Julius Caesar Essay

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    Vercingetorix of the Gallic tribes, was a very influential battle apart of the Gallic Wars that took place in what is known today as Alise-Sainte-Reine in France. These wars started with the Conquest of Gaul in 52 B.C.E. by Julius Caesar, who began all of the fighting because of the threat that he had perceived from the Gallic threat to Italy, specifically Rome. He was appointed as the governor to the Cisalpine and Transalpine Gauls with absolute authority. Over time he slowly conquered the Gallic tribes known

  • The Effects Of Grapefruit, Mango And Strawberry Fruit Juice As A Natural Antioxidants And Lowering Diabetics

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    Dept. Designs and home economic college, Taif University E-mail: ABSTRACT Present investigation was undertaken to evaluate mango, grapefruit and strawberry juice as physicochemical charactarestics, identification of phenolic acids and flavonoids compounds using HPLC. After that the biological experimental showed that the effect of mango, grapefruit and strawberry juice at level 1 ml was taken orally for diabetic rats every day and basal diet for four weeks on different organs