Sample size and study interpretation
- Sample size and study interpretation. Pittler, Max H.; Ernst, Edzard // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;4/13/2004, Vol. 170 Issue 8, p1208
Presents a response by Max H. Pittler and Edzard Ernst to a letter to the editor about their article "Effectiveness of Artichoke Extract in Preventing Alcohol-Induced Hangovers: A Randomized Controlled Trial," in the 2003 issue.
- 'WINTER-KISSED' ARTICHOKES. Thomas, Kyle // Prevention;Jan89, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p116
Corrects a point made in an article on California cuisine published in the June 1988 issue of the U.S. health magazine "Prevention" regarding checking for freshness in artichokes.
- dear mother. Cummings, Kris Yurgin; Rutherford, Lee; Safsten, Ron; Sarlya, John; Uebel, Mark; Gurganus, Gary; Devault, George; Schneider, D'Esirae; Griffith, Jack; Gillis, Paula; Tanner, Fred; Tanner, Mary Beth; Trom, Brad; Northup, Will; Meyers, Andrea; Reddy, Raymond M.; Cambron, George; Scroggins, Ronnie; Clements, Selena; Clark, Christine // Mother Earth News;Aug/Sep2004, Issue 205, p4
Presents letters to the editor referencing articles and topics discussed in previous issues of the periodical "Mother Earth News." "Crunch a Bunch of Crosnes," which focused on artichokes; "Choosing a Backup Generator," which discussed different types of generator;"Tools to Move the Big Stuff,"...
- LETTERS. Nelson, Bettye; Kaspar, Don; Davis, Karen; McDonald, Danny // Texas Gardener;Sep/Oct2009, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p5
Several letters to the editor are presented including a comment on an article about American beautyberry in the November/December 2008 issue, an inquiry about King Alfred bulbs, and information on artichokes.
- LETTERS. Smith, Larry; Wilder, Tanya; Davis, Polly // Texas Gardener;Jul/Aug2006, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p5
Several letters to the editor are presented. The artichokes over-wintered well, and the sprouts were separated, their foliage cut, and then planted next to their parents. The words pistil and carpal tunnel syndrome were misspelled in the previous issue. A reader successfully planted rhubarbs in...
- Letters. O'Connor, Katie Hildebrand; Muzzi, Martha Giannini // California Agriculture;Jan-Mar2011, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p5
Two letters to the editor are presented, one about the person on the cover of the October-December 2010 issue, and one about Joseph Giannini, a grower from Pescadero who co-authored an article in the October 1973 issue "Magnifico...a promising new globe artichoke variety."
- Getting to the heart of an artichoke. Obis, C.B. // Vegetarian Times;May92, Issue 177, p56
Presents tips for preparing artichokes and nine other vegetables; Watercress ; Salsify; Spaghetti squash; Kohlrabi; Jerusalem artichoke (sunchokes); Fennel; Tomatillo; Leek; Rutabaga.
- Feeding Jerusalem artichokes to pigs might help reduce odors. // Countryside & Small Stock Journal;May/Jun92, Vol. 76 Issue 3, p31
States that according to Agriculture Canada's Research Centre, feeding Jerusalem artichokes to pigs may keep them from smelling. How they work.
- The sunchokes in your garden are for you and your animals! Scharabok, Ken // Countryside & Small Stock Journal;Mar/Apr93, Vol. 77 Issue 2, p29
Focuses on the livestock and poultry feed uses of sunchokes, a member of the sunflower family. Advantages; Variety of uses; Recommendation by the Canadian Agricultural Research Center. INSET: A gourmet weed (Jerusalem artichokes as a weed), by Jd..