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Tobacco Science and Technology

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Tobacco Science and Technology

Tobacco Science and Technology is a peer reviewed journal since 2013 up to now. The journal is monthly publishing journal.The main scope of Tobacco Science and Technology) is Agricultural engineering/Agricultural science, Biological Engineering/ Biological science, bio-chemistry, chemistry, public health, pharmaceutical science and so on. Our journal welcome original papers from everywhere in the world. Lizi Jiaohuan Yu Xifu/Ion Exchange and Adsorption Fa yi xue za zhi Dianzi Yu Xinxi Xuebao/Journal of Electronics and Information Technology Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment

Volume 57 , Issue 05

27 May 2024

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Tobacco Science and Technology

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Design and application of robot for tobacco basket cleaning

In order to solve the problem of waste of tobacco leaves caused by excessive tobacco leaves adhering in the tobacco baskets after turning over and dumping materials in the vacuum resurfacing section of the silk production line, an automatic cleaning robot for tobacco baskets was designed, which consisted of a six-axis manipulator, a visual inspection system and a cleaning device. .Sine function is used to improve the S-shaped curve trajectory planning to ensure the smooth movement of the six-axis manipulator, avoiding vibration and impact of the cleaning robot; using the visual inspection s

Detection of Bacillus cereus in cigar tobacco leaves using COMPASS and MYP media

In order to explore a rapid and accurate method suitable for the detection of Bacillus cereus in cigar leaves, the performances of the COMPASS chromogenic medium method (COMPASS method) and ISO 7932 were compared. The results showed that: The standard strain was used The properties of COMPASS chromogenic medium and ISO 7932 method using mannitol egg yolk polymyxin agar (MYP) medium were respectively verified with quantitative quality control strains. The specificity and selectivity of COMPASS chromogenic medium were better, and the sensitivity was comparable to ISO The 7932 method was compa

Analysis and evaluation of activated ceramic ball-treated water and its application to cigarette production

The Ceramic water filtration has been greatly improving the most waste materials from drinking water in developing countries. This research was carried out to determine the efficiency of the Ceramic water filters in improving water impurities. The raw materials were grind, sieved with 0.5 mm opening mush size, mixed with water, molded in flower pot shape and fired at 700 °C, 750 °C and 800 °C. The average removing efficiency of the ceramic filters was found to be 59.6%, 86.3%, 87.6%, 56.9%, 59.02%, 88.98%,76.2%, 52.88%, 46.23% and 226.66 m L/h for turbidity, total coliform, E. coli, calc

Efficacies and residue levels of insecticides applied by electrostatic and electric sprayers in tobacco fields

In order to realize the effective monitoring and early warning of potato virus Y (PVY) disease by means of spectral analysis, the spectral data of infected tobacco leaves with different severities were obtained by using ASD non-imaging spectrometer. increased, the spectral reflectance of leaves showed a gradually increasing trend in the visible light band (400-700 nm), and a gradually decreasing trend in the near-infrared band (700-1300 nm). The severity of Y virus disease was significantly correlated with the wavelength, and based on the spectral reflectance of the sensitive wavelengths 45

Diagnosis of tobacco PVY severity based on leaf spectral analysis

In order to realize the effective monitoring and early warning of potato virus Y (PVY) disease by means of spectral analysis, the spectral data of infected tobacco leaves with different severities were obtained by using ASD non-imaging spectrometer. increased, the spectral reflectance of leaves showed a gradually increasing trend in the visible light band (400-700 nm), and a gradually decreasing trend in the near-infrared band (700-1300 nm). The severity of Y virus disease was significantly correlated with the wavelength, and based on the spectral reflectance of the sensitive wavelengths 45

Pyrolysis and combustion characteristics and kinetics of typical cigar tobacco leaves

Tobacco leaf flue-curing process consumes large amounts of energy. Comparing to the traditional heating approach using coal, the heating source like heat pump would be more energy efficient and environmental friendly. Using heat pump for tobacco drying is proposed in this study. A 3D numerical model is established based on the theory of heat and mass transfer in porous medium. Field measurements were conducted in an actual curing barn in Chongqing. The effects of wall insulation performance and circulating air volume were obtained by comparative analyses of the key parameters. The feasibili

Analyzing dehumidification process of different cut tobacco by dynamic moisture adsorption

Tobacco leaf flue-curing process consumes large amounts of energy. Comparing to the traditional heating approach using coal, the heating source like heat pump would be more energy efficient and environmental friendly. Using heat pump for tobacco drying is proposed in this study. A 3D numerical model is established based on the theory of heat and mass transfer in porous medium. Field measurements were conducted in an actual curing barn in Chongqing. The effects of wall insulation performance and circulating air volume were obtained by comparative analyses of the key parameters. The feasibili

Effect of biofumigation with marigold stalks on prokaryotic microbial community in tobacco rhizosphere soil

Bacterial wilt as a soil-borne disease was caused by Ralstonia solanacearum, and seriously damages the growth of tobacco. Integrated biocontrol method was explored to control bacterial wilt. Nevertheless, the long-term effects of the integrated biocontrol method on soil bacterial community, soil physicochemical properties and the incidence of bacterial wilt are not well understood. In this study, B. amyoliquefaciens ZM9, calcium cyanamide and rice bran were applied to tobacco fields in different ways. The disease index and incidence of tobacco bacterial wilt (TBW), soil physicochemical prop

Research progress on factors and regulation techniques influencing phenol release in cigarette smoke

In order to clarify the reasons for the good smoke release characteristics of IQOS, the factors that are beneficial to the smoke release characteristics of IQOS were studied by comparing the K (the amount of released smoke was less) and IQOS. The components of IQOS and K which were easy to be released were characterized by the GC-MS. The thermal release characteristics of IQOS, K and the original tobacco powders of K were characterized by the thermogravimetric analyzer (TG). The main compounds of the released smoke of IQOS and K were characterized by Py/GC-MS at two typical heating temperat

Identification and validation of nicotine related miRNAs in tobacco

Cigarette smoking increases risk for multiple diseases. MicroRNAs (miRNAs) regulate gene expression and may play a role in smoking-induced target organ damage. We sought to describe a miRNA signature of cigarette smoking and relate it to smoking-associated clinical phenotypes, gene expression, and lung inflammatory signaling. Expression profiling of 283 miRNAs was conducted on whole blood-derived RNA from 5,023 Framingham Heart Study participants (54.0% women, mean age 55±13 years) using TaqMan assays and high-throughput RT-qPCR. Associations of miRNA expression with smoking status and ass