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What Is A Nutrition Profile?, Sarah L. Francis, Ruth E. Litchfield Aug 2010

What Is A Nutrition Profile?, Sarah L. Francis, Ruth E. Litchfield

Human Sciences Extension and Outreach Publications

Many grocery stores are trying to simplify food shopping by giving foods a rating or score.

This brochure describes several types of food profiling systems and how they can help you make decisions where they count most—in the grocery store.


Atlantis Program Allows Eu, Us Students To Focus On Biorenewable Resources, Howell Medders, Andrew Proctor, Lawrence A. Johnson, Ronald L. Madl, D. Raj Raman May 2010

Atlantis Program Allows Eu, Us Students To Focus On Biorenewable Resources, Howell Medders, Andrew Proctor, Lawrence A. Johnson, Ronald L. Madl, D. Raj Raman

Center for Crops Utilization Research Publications

EU-US Atlantis is an umbrella program for a variety of inno­ vative educational opportunities for students and faculty to study and conduct research abroad and for curriculum development. The Integral Valorization of Bio-Production (IVBP) program, funded for 2008-2012, provides financial assistance for US students to study in Europe and for EU students to study in the United States.


Strategies To Stabilize Locally Grown Produce For Year-Round Sales: A Feasibility Study, Sam Beattie, Lester Wilson, Aubrey Mendonca, Stéphanie Jung Jan 2010

Strategies To Stabilize Locally Grown Produce For Year-Round Sales: A Feasibility Study, Sam Beattie, Lester Wilson, Aubrey Mendonca, Stéphanie Jung

Leopold Center Completed Grant Reports

Local markets are dependent on fresh-grown products that are available only on a seasonal basis. This project looked at possible ways to preserve fruits and vegetables for profitable sales in the offseason.


New Strategies To Enhance Sustainability Of Apple Orchards, Mark Gleason, Donald R. Lewis, Matthew Z. Liebman, Paul A. Domoto, Gaile R. Nonnecke, Michael Duffy, Lester Wilson, Cheryl A. Reitmeier Jan 2010

New Strategies To Enhance Sustainability Of Apple Orchards, Mark Gleason, Donald R. Lewis, Matthew Z. Liebman, Paul A. Domoto, Gaile R. Nonnecke, Michael Duffy, Lester Wilson, Cheryl A. Reitmeier

Leopold Center Completed Grant Reports

Three years of experiments were conducted to help increase profit margins for apple growers, cope with new regulations on pesticide use, and deal with increased pesticide resistance by major apple pests and diseases.


Utilizing Protein-Lean Coproducts From Corn Containing Recombinant Pharmaceutical Proteins For Ethanol Production, Ilankovan Paraman, Lorena Beatriz Moeller, M. Paul Scott, Kan Wang, Charles E. Glatz, Lawrence A. Johnson Jan 2010

Utilizing Protein-Lean Coproducts From Corn Containing Recombinant Pharmaceutical Proteins For Ethanol Production, Ilankovan Paraman, Lorena Beatriz Moeller, M. Paul Scott, Kan Wang, Charles E. Glatz, Lawrence A. Johnson

Chemical and Biological Engineering Publications

Protein-lean fractions of corn (maize) containing recombinant (r) pharmaceutical proteins were evaluated as a potential feedstock to produce fuel ethanol. The levels of residual r-proteins in the coproduct, distillers dry grains with solubles (DDGS), were determined. Transgenic corn lines containing recombinant green fluorescence protein (r-GFP) and a recombinant subunit vaccine of Escherichia coli enterotoxin (r-LTB), primarily expressed in endosperm, and another two corn lines containing recombinant human collagen (r-CIα1) andr-GFP, primarily expressed in germ, were used as model systems. The kernels were either ground and used for fermentation or dry fractionated to recover germ-rich ...