bromatology


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bromatology

Rare. the science of food.
See also: Food and Nutrition
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The survey was conducted through individual interviews by Bromatology undergraduate students in 2017, corresponding to the basic degree level in Nutrition Degree, from the University of the Republic of Ururguay.
for help in bromatology analyses carried out in the field and in the Nutrition Laboratory of the Universidad Catolica del Norte.
For results reliability, the commercial feed used was bromatology analyzed, presenting in its composition (100%): 55% crude protein (Kjeldhal) and, 4% fat, 1.5% phosphorous, and a maximum of 10.5% moisture content, 6% crude fiber, 18% mineral material, and 5% of calcium (AOAC, 2016).
The Greek-derived word, bromatology, refers to the science of foods.
Samples were transported to the Laboratory of Bromatology of the College of Animal Science at UNESP, Dracena Campus, Sao Paulo, Brazil (21[degrees]29'0"S, 51[degrees]32'1"W, 419 m altitude).
Bromatology, a science that seeks to study food, determines the composition of food before and after the various processes to which it can be subjected in the food supply chain (fresh, processed, enriched or modified).
(4) Medical University of Lodz, todz, Poland Department of Toxicology and Bromatology
Jauregui-Lobera School of Experimental Sciences, Nutrition and Bromatology, Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla, Spain
The samples were determined in the Department of Bromatology of the Medical University in Bialystok, which is involved in a quality control program for trace elements analysis supervised by the Institute of Chemistry and Nuclear Techniques and the National Institute of Public Health National Institute of Hygiene in Poland.