Food scientists

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  • One of the greatest challenges faced by the food scientist is man himself with his highly sensitive oral equipment for evaluating food texture. The recognition of this challenge leads immediately to two questions: ‘How can we characterize the texture of foodstuffs in a manner that will reflect human perceptions?’ and, then, ‘How may we preserve, formulate and process products in a way that will be acceptable to the consumer?’

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  • Written by an expert with over 20 years of experience in the field, this timely volume provides - in a single source - all aspects of humidity measurement and instrumentation, including rudiments and theory, common applications, advantages and limitations of frequently used sensors and techniques, and guidelines for installation, maintenance, and calibration.

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  • Environmental managers, engineers, and scientists who have had experience with food industry waste management problems have noted the need for a book that is comprehensive in its scope, directly applicable to daily waste management problems of the industry, and widely acceptable by practicing environmental professionals and educators.

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  • The new century has begun with some of the lowest grain prices in recent memory. From an economist’s vantage point, this is a sure sign of excess production capacity. However, there may be more here than meets the economist’s eye. Natural scientists, many of whom have contributed to this volume, see something very different. They see reason to be concerned about such issues as the overplowing of land and the overpumping of aquifers. They look at sustainable production and see a worrisome fraction of world food output being produced with the unsustainable use of land and water....

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  • In fact, biomedical image or globalization. Thus, a strange author, who went astray stir in the direction can be published more appropriate. And really, there are few fall into that category. However, the majority of submissions have a broad linkages biomass, but not of its remote sensor. The wide range of topics, all related to biomass, prompted us to reconsider if the scope originally envisioned perhaps understood by biologists and food scientists other than by engineers? is simple act of checking biomass through a microscope is a form of remote sensing?...

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  • I am very grateful to the special group of distinguished scientists who made up the Panel and Secretariat for this major review of the evidence on food, nutrition, physical activity and cancer. The vision of WCRF International in convening this Panel and confidence in letting a strong-willed group of scientists have their way is to be highly commended. In our view, the evidence reviewed here that led to our recommendations provides a wonderful opportunity to prevent cancer and improve global health. Individuals and populations have in their hands the means to lead fuller, healthier lives.

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  • Today, we live almost twice longer than the generations living in the beginning of the last century. Our life expectancy has increased 35‐70 years in the last 100 years. There are several factors which are important for our longer and healthier life. One very important factor is a better understanding of the human biology. Scientists are making new breakthroughs every day. Better understanding of human biology also taught us how to improve sanitation, hygiene and fight against diseases.

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  • English Grammar 50: 50 - Part 1 Many scientists believe that the dinosaurs were wiped out by a colossal meteor. According to this theory, a meteor ten kilometers wide hurtled into the Earth. This collision propelled dust and dirt into the sky. Imagine a really cloudy summer day. It’s a lot cooler, right? Well, every day was like that for a long time after the collision. Because it was much darker and cooler, many species of plants began to die. Soon, there was no food source for plant-eating dinosaurs, and when they died, there was no food source for meat-eating dinosaurs.

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  • Not so many years ago, the world vitamin was known only to a few scientists. Today it is very widely used, and the importance of vitamins in our foods is common knowledge. Vitamins are life-giving substances found in foods and are needed for the proper growth and general health of the body. The different kinds of vitamins are indicated by letters of the alphabet. At the present time, vitamins A, B1, B2, C, D, E and G are know. A proper diet should contain a collection

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  • Harrison's Internal Medicine Chapter 132. Infections Caused by Listeria monocytogenes Infections Caused by Listeria monocytogenes: Introduction Listeria monocytogenes is a food-borne pathogen that can cause serious infections, particularly in pregnant women and immunocompromised individuals. A ubiquitous saprophytic environmental bacterium, L. monocytogenes is also a pathogen with a broad host range. Humans are probably accidental hosts for this microorganism. L.

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  • Climate change and land management According to the Government Chief Scientist, Professor Sir David King and to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), climate change is the biggest threat to our environment, with significant impacts across the globe. The UK is committed to the Kyoto protocol and to building an international consensus for cutting emissions and limiting the effects of climate change.

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  • Thermoplastics can be used for various applications, which range from household articles to the aeronautic sector. This book, "Thermoplastic Elastomers", is comprised of nineteen chapters, written by specialized scientists dealing with physical and/or chemical modifications of thermoplastics and thermoplastic starch. Such studies will provide a great benefit to specialists in food, electric, telecommunication devices, and plastic industries. Each chapter provides a comprehensive introduction to a specific topic, with a survey of developments to date....

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  • Protected cropping provides vegetable growers with an opportunity to enhance product quality and improve food safety. The overall objective of this project was to provide Vietnamese scientists and extension specialists with the training and tools to implement and foster regionally feasible improvements to current vegetable production practices and supply chains. This was achieved through: 1) greenhouse replicated experiments and demonstration trials in Northern, Central and Southern Vietnam; 2) four in-country workshops and 3) two Australian study tours for research and extension personnel.

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  • The initial impetus for this book on fibers originated from a weeklong symposium where scientists of a variety of walks met to discuss their work on fibers with medical and specialty applications. Seeing the benefits of sharing information across disparate fields and disciplines of science we realized the potential for cross-fertilization of ideas between different area of fiber science. Thus, represented here are a variety of potential product lines under the cover of a single book, which for the imaginative scientist we hope will lead to some new food for thought....

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  • Corn is the major cereal crop of the U.S. and the second most important cereal crop worldwide. The diversity of potential uses for corn was realized by the Native Americans prior to the first voyage of Columbus. Today, corn production in the U.S. provides feed, food, and a resource for many unique industrial and commercial products. The potential to enhance use of corn for specialty purposes based on existing uses, and develop new products to meet the needs of future generations, provides the plant breeder/plant scientist with unique challenges.

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  • It has become a habit that following completion of a research programme, a review or assessment is performed. Partly to justify the money and efforts that went into the programme and partly to identify novel directions for new programmes. Following this tradition, the sponsor of the International Cooperation research programme (DLO-IC), the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality (LNV), asked a small group of scientists to draw lessons from its recently completed North- South programme.

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  • Soil is a biogeochemically dynamic natural resource that supports all critical components that comprise terrestrial ecosystems. It has been called Earth’s living skin. On its June 11, 2004, cover, Science declared soils to be “the final frontier.” The growing awareness that soil provides a variety of ecosystem services beyond food production has attracted interest in soil from nonsoil scientists.

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  • This report is one of a series that presents a comprehensive set of reference values for nutrient intakes for healthy U.S and Canadian populations. It is a product of the Food and Nutrition Board of the Institute of Medicine working in cooperation with scientists from Canada.

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  • The lives of humans and animals have been intertwined since the beginning of civilization. Early humans learned to raise animals for food as well as to live alongside them as companions. Humans and animals develop strong interactions and lasting bonds to their mutual benefit. It is because of our close ties with animals that many people have mixed feelings about the use of animals in biomedical research—even scientists. In an ideal world, scientists would never need to use animals as research subjects.

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  • The transatlantic dispute over the regulation of genetically modifi ed (GM) foods and crops has been troubling us almost as long as it has troubled the United States and the European Union. Back in 1999, we—a lawyer (Shaffer) and a political scientist (Pollack) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison—began a joint project on transatlantic governance, which we saw as an ambitious, i fl awed, effort to facilitate and oversee the operation of a transatlantic market place in the absence of formal transatlantic institutions.

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