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close this bookIdentification of Food Components for INFOODS Data Interchange (UNU, 1989, 165 pages)
close this folder4. Assigning the correct food component tagnames to the nutrient data
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View the documentAmino acids: total essential amino acids
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Glycerides

Values representing the quantity of total glycerides in a food are dependent on whether they were determined by analysis or by calculation from the fatty acid composition using conversion factors. The tagnames for total glyceride values are method-dependent and are listed below, along with a tagname that can be assigned to total glyceride values when the method of determination is not known. All of these tagnames are subsidiary to the <comp> structural tag.

<GLYCERA>
<GLYCERC>
total glycerides; determined by analysis
total glycerides; calculated from fatty acid
composition
<GLYCER-> total glycerides; method of determination
unknown