mumper

mumper

(ˈmʌmpə)
n
a person who mumps; beggar
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2000) and availability of oxygen and metal ion (Dai and Mumper, 2012).
Michael Mumper, Removing College Price Barriers: What Government Has Done and Why It Doesn't Work 90 (1996).
One of the activities commonly exhibited by bioactive compounds, in particular by phenolics, but also by alkaloids and terpenoids is "antioxidant" properties, and occasionally even "prooxidant" qualities (Dai and Mumper, 2010; Matsuura et al.
Originally, Provost Michael Mumper sought to create an emphasis in higher education in the MBA program.
Mumper, "Plant phenolics: extraction, analysis and their antioxidant and anticancer properties," Molecules, vol.
McLaughlin JE, Roth MT, Glatt DM, Gharkholonarehe N, Davidson CA, Griffin LM, Esserman DA, Mumper RJ.
10) Thelin (2004), Mumper, Gladieux, King, & Corrigan (2011), and Loss (2012) offer excellent histories of higher education in the United States, including extensive contextualized discussions of federal legislation.
Mumper and his colleagues at both the University of Kentucky and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, where he moved to in 2007, have conducted a number of studies, all discovering new possibilities for blackberry extract.
Although the total concentration of polyphenols and flavonoids is not quantitatively important as that of other milk components such as fat and protein that are very potent substances with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory bioactivities (Dai and Mumper, 2010).
Mumper emphasized the high prevalence of gut disorders in autism and reviewed the evidence for complex lines of communication between the brain and the gut known as the brain-gut axis.
Both, phenolic and flavonoids compounds have potential as antioxidants to act as free radical scavengers, reducing agents, and/or metal ion chelators, thus contributing to human health benefits (Dai and Mumper, 2010).