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close this bookIdentification of Food Components for INFOODS Data Interchange (United Nations University - UNU, 1989, 165 pages)
View the documentAcknowledgements
close this folderIntroduction
View the documentThe task
View the documentListing of food components
View the documentOther guidelines for the naming and analysis of food components
View the documentThe infoods interchange scheme for food component's
View the documentMajor considerations in the development of this list
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View the document2a. Tagnames for food components(A - E)
View the document2b. Tagnames for food components(F - L)
View the document2c. Tagnames for food components(M - S)
View the document2d. Tagnames for food components(T - Z)
View the document3a. Derived food components(A - F)
View the document3b. Derived food components(G - V)
close this folder4. Assigning the correct food component tagnames to the nutrient data
View the documentIntroduction
View the documentAlcohol
View the documentAmino acids: total essential amino acids
View the documentAmino acids: essential to total amino acid ratio
View the documentAmino acids
View the documentCarbohydrate
View the documentCarbohydrates and monosaccharide equivalents
View the documentCholesterol
View the documentEnergy
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View the documentFatty acids
View the documentFibre
View the documentFolate
View the documentGlycerides
View the documentIron
View the documentNiacin
View the documentNitrogen
View the documentProtein
View the documentSelenium
View the documentStarch
View the documentSugar
View the documentVitamin A
View the documentVitamin B-6
View the documentVitamin C
View the documentVitamin D
View the documentVitamin E
View the documentFood composition tables referenced
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