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5 Mb of BTA10 was associated with tenderness and palatability (Table 3), indicating pleiotropic effect, i.
When we formulate a new feed, we test trout first in our palatability studies, since they are aggressive eaters.
The last two speakers described the evaluation of feedstuffs palatability (Dr.
Providing a healthy balance of taste-intensive foods that consumers enjoy eating, such as mushrooms, that can be substituted for higher calorie foods could lower calories and perhaps enhance adherence and diet palatability.
The goal of silage production is to maximize the amount of nutrients preserved and to achieve optimum palatability.
He's cute; he's small; and he won't blow up the world" is FCNL's satirical introduction to this adorably animated little nuke, but the Quakers' ironic rhetoric is not far off from the actual verbiage the Pentagon and White House have deployed to improve the palatability of their longed-for retooling of America's nuclear weapons.
SOURCED FROM THE STRUBE RANCH IN PITTSBURG, TEXAS, WHICH INITIALLY IMPORTED ITS HERD FROM JAPAN, WAGYU IS KOBE-STYLE BEEF THAT IS RAISED WITHOUT ANTIBIOTICS, HORMONES OR ANIMAL BYPRODUCTS, AND OFFERS HIGH MARBLING, TENDERNESS AND PALATABILITY.
Palatability of food is a biobehavioral factor that facilitates overeating (McCrory, et.
A decreased sense of taste and/or olfaction may diminish the palatability of certain foods, resulting in poor appetite; this decline in taste and smell may be compounded by the administration of varied medications.
Although there seems to be some disagreement over the palatability of what is - and isn't - in the proposal, the commissioners were united on at least one front: They weren't talking publicly about it.
Pop music is most interesting in art when it enables contradictions specific to art itself, rather than simply providing art with a new palatability, theme, or style.