The William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute has released two studies that compared six rumen-protected lysine (RPL) products for both the release of lysine over a 24-hour period in high and low moisture total mixed rations (TMR) and the efficacy of rumen protection of RPL products after mechanical mixing in TMRs.In the first study, after 24-hour exposure in TMRs with either 40 percent dry matter (DM) or 52 percent DM, only 3.8 percent of the lysine in Metabolys BY-PASS LYSINE was lost.advertisementadvertisement This data suggest that the H.J. Baker product can be used in once-daily feeding programs with minimal lysine product loss occurring.In the second study, Metabolys BY-PASS LYSINE was placed in Dacron bags, mixed for 6 minutes in a TMR and placed in the rumen for 0, 6, 12 and 24 hours. A 13.5 percent lysine loss was reported.The Miner Institute study supports a University of Georgia study of six rumen/duodenal cannulated cows. The results of the University of Georgia cannulated cow study for MetaboLys BY-PASS LYSINE showed 88.89 percent rumen bypass of lysine and 79.37 percent digestibility of lysine in the small intestine.“We are honored to have the Miner Institute include MetaboLys BY-PASS LYSINE in their study and we are very pleased our product performed so well,” said H.J. Baker’s Danny Wright.”This third party research validates the performance of MetaboLys BY-PASS LYSINE.” PDadvertisement—From H.J. Baker news release
Skyworks has announced the use of its advanced audio processing and cognitive wireless solutions in high-performance sound bars from companies like Harman Kardon/JBL, Panasonic, Polk, Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, VIZIO and Yamaha. Skyworks’ analog system-on-chips (ASoCs) combine breakthrough audio/voice circuits, highly efficient power management ICs and custom hardware accelerators to enable smart acoustic signal processing and artificial intelligence (AI) features in audio systems.Through collaboration with key customers, Skyworks has played an important role in pioneering a new era of plug-and-play entertainment systems for the connected home. Sound bars are speakers that help create an immersive, theater-like experience. By occupying minimal space and eliminating the need for multiple speakers and external wiring, consumers are able to enjoy versatile, quality sound in their home. Skyworks’ sixth generation cognitive wireless devices are the industry’s leading fixed low-latency audio solutions that deliver uncompressed, superior quality. Further, the company’s proprietary platforms provide extreme interference resistance and co-existence for standards like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.Skyworks’ Audio SolutionsThrough its 2018 acquisition of Avnera, Skyworks offers market-leading audio processors and cognitive wireless chipsets that power point-to-point and point-to-multi-point wireless connections in addition to synchronized multi-channel audio capabilities. Products include proprietary protocols for global hardware support and radio functionality with best-in-class co-existence for popular wireless standards. Skyworks’ solutions provide fixed and low-latency, uncompressed audio and interference-free transmission which are imperative for applications such as wireless home entertainment speakers, sound bars and gaming consoles. Click here to know more.Skyworks at CES 2020Skyworks is hosting customer meetings at CES by appointment from January 7 – 10, 2020 at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada. Click here to view our coverage from the CES event.
Reinforcement Mike Myers led the way with 16 points and 18 rebounds for the Philippine men’s basketball team, which tied South Korea with a 4-2 win-loss record.After struggling offensively in the first quarter, Gilas regained its form in the second quarter on back-to-back triples by Matthew Wright to widen the lead 36-22 at the half after a triple from Roger Pogoy.Gilas was still holding on to a double-digit lead early in the second half but the Iraqis went on a huge run to cut the deficit to as low as 7 points. But triples from Pogoy increased Gilas’ lead to 63-49 at the end of the third period.The Philippines’ lead went to as high as 67-49 early in the fourth quarter after a triple by Kevin Ferrer but free throws from the Iraqis allowed them to come to within 10 points midway in the frame.Iraq came to as close as 79-73 on a 3-point conversion but five straight free throws by Ilonggo Kiefer Ravena sealed the victory for Gilas, which hopes to win against Lithuania today to take home at least a bronze medal.Naturalized center Demario Aquan Mayfield finished with 29 points, 4 rebounds and 6 steals, while Dhulfiqar Al-hchaimi had 17 markers for Iraq, which slid to 3-3./PNSCORESPHILIPPINES 75 – Myers 16, Ravena 13, Pogoy 12, Cruz 10, Jalalon 10, Wright 8, Jose 4, Standhardinger 4, Ferrer 3, Paras 2, Parks 2IRAQ 64 – Mayfield 29, Al-hchaimi 17, Abdullah 8, Khajehzadeh 7, Ismael 4, Hameed 4, Aljuboori 3, Alazawi 3, Hamzah 0, Talib 0, Al-tameemi 0QUARTERS – 15-19, 36-22, 63-49, 75-64[/av_textblock][/av_one_full] [av_one_full first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”][av_heading heading=’Gilas spoils Iraq for 4-2 Jones Cup slate ‘ tag=’h3′ style=’blockquote modern-quote’ size=” subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’ color=” custom_font=”]BY ADRIAN STEWART CO[/av_heading][av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”]MANILA – Gilas Pilipinas recovered from another slow start to score against Iraq 75-64 in a highly physical match in the William Jones Cup last night at the Taipei Peace International Basketball Hall in Taipei, Taiwan.Carl Bryan Cruz, who had 10 points in the game, was at the forefront of physicality as he got tangled twice with the opponents in the first half. He also had a shoving match with Navid Khajehzadeh twice in the second half.
Bacolodnon taekwondo jin JamieHannah Agaloos, meanwhile, bagged two gold medals in individual poomsae and team poomsae with Ilonggas Cindy Joy Diasnes and Sophia Tungala.Diasnes also got a gold in secondary girls individual poomsae, while Tungala and Kean had a bronze in secondary mixed pair poomsae with Kean Ryth Bornazal.John Palonpon, meanwhile bagged a silver in secondary boys individual poomsae, before teaming up with Bornazal and Roivic Decafe for secondary boys team poomsae bronze.Draico Gantalao, meanwhile, bagged two gold medals in tertiary poomsae individual and team event with Alfie Diasnes and Zachary Te Aguirre. Diasnes also won a gold in tertiary men poomsae.Shemaiah Anghel Anzano of Bacolod City bagged a silver in tertiary women poomsae event and bronze medal with Capiznon Aguirre in tertiary mixed pair poomsae event. Jioane Marie got a bronze in tertiary women individual.WVPRISAA, meanwhile, scored a gold-silver-bronze medal finish in kyorugi with Faith Joy Arguelles winning gold and Angela Bermejoo and Estrelarryne Polla Ericca Sotomil bagging silver and bronze. Kenneth Fresnido won a gold in 8-ball billiards./PN Shane Lou Rosas captured two gold medals in secondary girls long jump and triple jump. TRACK and field players from Capiz dominated the athletics event of PRISAA 2019 National Games on Wednesday at the University of Mindanao oval in Davao City.Shane Lou Rosas captured two gold medals in secondary girls long jump and triple jump, while Piepet Prebillo had a gold in 400 meter hurdles and silver medal in 400 meter dash.Izra Bartolo also had a gold medal in discus throw and silver in shot put, while Kim Villaruz had a gold in the 1500-meter run, Bacolodnon Hannah Delotavo in 400-meter dash and Janet Villandres in 100-meter hurdles.Shane Loren Acielo had a silver in discus throw and bronze in shot put, while other silver medal winners for WVPRISAA were Maniel Diaz (1500 meter), Kyla Almalbis (100 meter hurdles) and Kizley Shane Anisco (triple jump).
Jarak antar kursi 29 inci (Wing Boarding Area) Mempersempit kursi dalam pesawat mungkin memang membuat untung maskapai, tapi tidak bagi penumpang. Bahkan dengan tubuh yang lebih besar dari standar, penumpang akan sulit masuk kedalam kursinya. Sayangnya, permasalahan penyempitan jarak kursi tersebut tidak digubris oleh Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) yang menolak terkait ukuran kursi tersebut.Baca juga: Tolak Atur Regulasi Kursi Pesawat, FAA: Kenyamanan Penumpang Bukan Masalah Keamanan FAA sebenarnya sempat diperintahkan oleh hakim di Pengadilan Banding Amerika Serikat untuk Distrik Sirkuit Columbia tahun 2017 lalu untuk menangani kasus kursi maskapai penerbangan yang jaraknya menyusut secara drastis. KabarPenumpang.com merangkum dari laman marketwatch.com (9/7/2018), FAA pada 6 Juli 2018 kemarin menanggapi perintah itu dengan memutuskan bahwa penyusutan kursi pada kenyataannya tidak mempengaruhi keamanan konsumen. Sehingga membuat FAA tidak menetapkan batas pada ruang kaki atau lebar tempat duduk penumpang. “FAA tidak memiliki bukti yang menunjukkan bahwa dimensi tempat duduk saat ini menghambat kecepatan evakuasi penumpang, atau bahwa peningkatan ukuran penumpang menciptakan masalah evakuasi. Selama evakuasi, penumpang berdiri hanya dalam beberapa detik, yang waktu kurang dari yang dibutuhkan untuk keluar darurat untuk mulai berfungsi dan untuk garis yang mulai terbentuk di lorong untuk membersihkan,” ujar juru bicara FAA.FlyersRights.org sempat mengajukan petisi pada 2017 lalu terkait ruang kaki atau jarak kursi dengan rata-rata pada penerbangan domestik 31 inci. Maskapai penerbangan ekonomi seperti Frontier dan Spirit memiliki jarak terendahyakni 28 inci dan lebar kursi pun mengalami penurunan.Mei lalu, American Airlines AAL, -8,08 persen direncanakan akan mendatangkan Boeing BA, -1,89 persen Max jetliners dengan dua inci lebih sedikit ruang kaki di pelatih 29 inci versus 31 inci, tetapi kembali mengevaluasi rencana itu pada bulan Juni untuk mempertahankan setidaknya 30 inci dari ruang untuk kaki. Selain tidak nyaman, kursi menyusut mengancam kemampuan untuk mengevakuasi pesawat dalam waktu 90 detik.“Satu-satunya cara yang mungkin adalah untuk masyarakat yang bepergian adalah dengan protes publik yang luar biasa. FAA mengatakan bahwa mereka tidak melihat bukti bahwa ukuran penumpang, usia atau kapasitas fisik mempengaruhi waktu evakuasi karena menolak melakukan pengujian yang benar-benar mencerminkan populasi penumpang saat ini dan kursi yang menyusut dan lebar lorong dengan cara yang realistis,” kata Paul Hudson, presiden FlyersRights.org.Tempat duduk yang sempit juga meningkatkan ketegangan di pesawat dan dapat mengatur panggung untuk pengalaman di atas kapal yang tidak menyenangkan, menurut Christopher Elliott, seorang advokat perjalanan konsumen dan pendiri Advokasi Konsumen Elliott. Dia menghubungkan meningkatnya jumlah perkelahian dan pertengkaran yang dipublikasikan secara besar-besaran pada penerbangan ke ketegangan yang meningkat karena ketidaknyamanan di udara.Baca juga: Terkait Masalah Seat Pitch, FAA Dipaksa Perbaharui Peraturan Penerbangan“Orang-orang memiliki lebih sedikit ruang di kursi, tempat duduk kurang nyaman dari sebelumnya, dan mereka bereaksi dengan cara yang sangat mudah diprediksi mereka panik. Ukuran kursi minimum bisa menghentikan konfrontasi di udara ini,” katanya.Mungkin masih ada kemungkinan ukuran tempat duduk akan diatasi pada tahun mendatang, namun. Inspektur Jenderal Departemen Transportasi AS Calvin Scovel mengumumkan peninjauan standar evakuasi FAA pada bulan Juni, menanggapi permintaan dari House Transportation Committee. Dia mencatat bahwa pesawat modern memiliki lebih banyak kursi, penumpang yang lebih besar dan memuat lebih banyak tas jinjing.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedTerkait Masalah Seat Pitch, FAA Dipaksa Perbaharui Peraturan Penerbangan02/10/2017In “Domestik”Tolak Atur Regulasi Kursi Pesawat, FAA: Kenyamanan Penumpang Bukan Masalah Keamanan13/07/2018In “Featured”Kisruh di Kabin, Penumpang Kursi Belakang Kesal Pukul Kursi Depan Karena Bersandar26/02/2020In “Featured”
The visitors scored twice in a frenetic five minutes through Henry Purdy and Lewis Thiede to snatch a Premiership victory at Franklin’s Gardens.Images courtesy of JMPUK.com
As social distancing restrictions began to lift and with several Bristol Bears fans within the lodge, several of its members were very keen to meet 21-year-old Beckie outside Ashton Gate and present her with the chequeHaving undertaken a five-day challenge, wheeling one mile per day in her self-propelled wheelchair on the Strawberry Line gravel path, Beckie was close to her grand fundraising total of £2,500 having initially set out to raise £1000 to give herself a fighting chance.“I am so overwhelmed by the support and generosity of everyone who has helped me to reach my goal,” said Beckie.“I never would have imagined how much people would get behind me – I feel very lucky and am now really excited about my future.”With multiple physical disabilities connected to a difficult mental-health journey in her teenage years, Beckie has been a wheelchair user since the age of 17 – but has found a true passion and inspiration in wheelchair rugby in the last 12 months.See Beckie’s Story here.As the Bristol community, Bears supporter base and wider Bristol Sport network got behind the campaign to #BackBeckie, the men of the Sportsmen’s Lodge, in the Province of Bristol came forward to show their support for Beckie.“Having supported the work of the wider group of charities based at Ashton Gate, including Bristol Sport Foundation and The Matthew Tree Trust, we became aware of Beckie’s challenge and her desire to change her own sporting future,” said Arthur Grannan, Worshipful Master of the Sportsmen’s Lodge.“As a Sportsmen’s Lodge we feel it is important that we support local sporting charities and individuals. To hear Beckie’s story and to see her determination really spurred us into action. She is a remarkable young person, with such a supportive family. We are really pleased to be able to give her the support that she needs to be able to pursue her dreams.”To find out more about the #Backbeckie campaign, supporting or joining Wheelchair Rugby contact Kris Tavender firstname.lastname@example.org
The bank account opened at the beginning of this month to assist PNG LNG Kumul Kurt Baptiste will close today. Apart from the K10,000 donation by Sir Peter Ipatas, there have been a few small donations deposited in the account. PNGRFL chief executive officer Reatau Rau said any amount – big or small – is greatly appreciated. Baptiste suffered a season ending knee injury in the second half of the PNG LNG Kumuls loss to Toa Samoa in the Oceania Cup Pacific Test opener in Sydney in June. Rau said: “The injury has ruled Kurt (Baptiste) out of playing rugby league for his NRL club North Queensland Cowboys and the PNG LNG Kumuls for the next 12 months. “The players are insured and all claims will mainly be for costs related to the injury. “Our concern is his welfare. He risked his NRL contract when he chose to play for PNG and the injury happened while he had the Kumul jersey on. As a nation, we are obliged to show our appreciation and support so he can get through this difficult period.” Rau said there were many who supported the idea through social media before the account was opened. “Those who pledged and supported Kurt through the social media can please deposit their monies into this account,” Rau said. He said the account details are: NAME: PNGRFL Inc. Trust Account for Kurt Baptiste, BSP ACCOUNT No: 7017301099, BRANCH: Port Moresby, BSB NO. 088 294, SWIFT CODE: BOSPPGPM and every Kina or two deposited will be shown on the statement. Rau said the account will be closed today and every single toea sent to Kurt Baptiste with a ‘Note of Appreciation’ from a grateful nation. “The SP Hunters are travelling to play the Blackhawks this weekend in Townsville therefore it is an opportune time for Coach Michael Marum and the team to visit and present the monies to Kurt,” Rau said. “Please let’s help our Kumul Kurt Baptiste on his road to recovery.”
For more information on COVID-19 in Tennessee, please visit the Tennessee Department of Health’s website here. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 03/24/2020-7:45PM) 1031 NASHVILLE, TN (WLAF) – Today, Governor Bill Lee provided an update on Tennessee’s efforts around COVID-19 relief.Gov. Lee’s daily press conferences can be viewed live each day this week at 4 p.m. EDT here. Gov. Lee has also established a website specific to COVID-19 updates which can be found here.Key Updates National Guard Mobilization Gov. Lee has mobilized the National Guard to assist with expanded testing efforts. 250 personnel, including 150 medical personnel, are preparing to assist 35 remote assessment facilities in rural areas.State Employee Workforce State employees who are currently working from home within the Alternative Workplace Solutions program (AWS) should remain working from home until April 24.School Closures and Educational Resources Gov. Lee extended statewide school closure to April 24, 2020.The Department of Education has secured a partnership with PBS to offer instructional content on television while students are at home.Administration Actions Franchise & Excise Tax Deadline Extended The filing deadline for franchise and excise taxes has been delayed until July 15, 2020. Taxpayers will have until July 15 to file returns and make any payments, including quarterly estimated payments, originally due in April. Additional information can be found here.Real ID and Emissions Testing Drivers Services has suspended issuing REAL ID through May 18, 2020 as the federal government waived the deadline for REAL ID.Emissions testing requirements have also been waived through May 18, 2020.Additional information can be found in the governor’s executive order here.Utilities The Attorney General, in consultation with the Lee Administration, has filed an emergency petition asking the Tennessee Public Utility Commission to prohibit utilities from disconnecting service for non-payment during the state of emergency. More information can be found here.Insurance Premiums Gov. Lee has directed the Department of Commerce and Insurance to issue guidance to insurance providers requesting as much flexibility as possible for employers and individuals during this crisis. Additional information can be found here.Current Department of Health Testing Results (as of 2 p.m. 3/24) 10113 955 Number Positive 591 TN State Public Health Laboratory Total COVID-19 Tests Completed Testing Location 76 10477 Number Negative All other commercial and private laboratories 667 Share this:FacebookTwitter Total positives in TN
Lasse Vigen Christensen and Bryan Ruiz struck in quick succession as Fulham fought from a goal down to lead at the break.Former Brentford midfielder Adam Forshaw put Wigan ahead from the penalty spot on nine minutes after Konstantinos Stafylidis conceded the spot-kick with a reckless lunge on Callum McManaman.It was Fulham’s inability to clear the danger that led to the goal with Marc-Antoine Fortune flashing an audacious attempt across the face of goal moments before.AdChoices广告Fulham’s Hugo Rodallega then got on the end of a George Williams cut-back pass to deflect a shot onto the roof of the net before keeper Marcus Bettinelli denied the Latics a second, turning a fierce Fortune shot around the post.Midfielder Christensen did well to hold off Leon Barnett to meet a long ball from Scott Parker and drill the equaliser past Scott Carson on the half-hour.The goal sparked a flurry of chances for the Whites, with Rodallega testing Carson with a low shot before Ruiz met a Ross McCormack cross to chest the ball home from point-blank range.Fulham (4-4-2): Bettinelli; Zverotic, Bodurov, Burn, Stafylidis; Parker, Christensen, G Williams, Ruiz; McCormack, Rodallega.Subs: Kirlay, Hutchinson, Roberts, Woodrow, Dembele, Hyndman, David.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook