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trugo

(ˈtruːɡəʊ)
n
(Team Sports, other than specified) Austral a game similar to croquet, originally improvised in Victoria from the rubber discs used as buffers on railway carriages
[from true go, the cry when the wheel is hit between the goalposts]
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Reportes en la literatura muestran una notable diferencia en requerimientos de proteina, para juveniles (un rango de peso de 1 a 120 g) de varias especies de Pseudoplatystoma, el cual va de 36 a 49 % (Campos, Martino, & Trugo, 2006; Zanardi, Boquembuzo, & Koberstein, 2008; Silva, 2013; Cornelio et al., 2014; Goncalves, 2014).
In Caballero B, Trugo LC, Finglas, PM (eds.), Encyclopedia of Food Sciences and Nutrition, Academic Press, London.
Accordingly, Nogueira & Trugo (4) found that coffee composition changes depending on the processing conditions, as well as on the species and varieties used in blends made by manufacturers, since caffeine content can vary even in coffee powder from a single manufacturer.
[37] and Trugo and Macrae [18], and the results were expressed in percentage (%).
For this example, the database contains information on the intrinsic defects which are those contained in the coffee bean, caused by improper use of agricultural and industrial processes and modifications of physiological or genetic origin, such as black beans, flamed grain, brocade grain, green grain, among others (Bandeira, Toci, Trugo, & Farah, 2009).
Trugo, "Contribution of chlorogenic acids to the iron-reducing activity of coffee beverages," Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, vol.
Adolescent breastmilk is generally nutritionally adequate to promote infant growth and development, although micronutrients have been found to be low (Azeredo & Trugo, 2008), and sodium high (Motil, Kertz, & Thotathuchery, 1997) in the milk of lactating adolescents.
[24.] Trugo L, Donangelo C, Duarte Y and C Tavares Phytic acid and selected mineral composition of seed from wild species and cultivated varieties of lupin.