AOAC MANUAL FOR PROXIMATE ANALYSIS
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Type Identifier Reference; Available Lysine: Method 975: Standard Protein Hydrolysate: Method 982 (45.3) Methionine, Lysine or Hydroxyproline: Method 982 E(a)
Introduction—General methods for proximate and mineral
Abstract. Proximate analysis is defined by H. Bennett in the Concise Chemical and Technical Dictionary as the “determination of a group of closely related components together, e. g. total protein, fat.” It conventionally includes determinations of the amount of water, protein, fat (ether extract), ash and fiber, with nitrogen-free extract (sometimes termed Nifext) being estimated byAuthor: F. Leslie Hart, Harry Johnstone FisherPublish Year: 1971
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proximate analysis, level and types of background microflora, and Quantitative Food Microbiological Official Methods of Analysis. Journal of AOAC International 85 (5): 1188-1200.
Food Composition Data
The proximate system of analysis. The proximate system for routine analysis of animal feedstuffs was devised in the mid-nineteenth century at the Weende Experiment Station in Germany (Henneberg and Stohmann, 1860, 1864). It was developed to provide a top level, very broad, classification of