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Palm oil authentication: classical methodology and state-of-the-art techniques
Tres A; Alewijn M; Kok E; van Ruth SMOil palm: cultivation, production and dietary components 2011
PCR detection of animal by-products in feeds (WP4)
Brambilla G; Fumiere O; Aarts H; Vaccari G; Von Holst C; Portetelle D; Bouw E; Chiappini B; Dubois M; Georges M; Berben GStrategies and methods to detect and quantify mammalian tissues in feedingstuffs 2005
PCR techniques used for traceability. Molecular Biology methods for traceability purposes
Pardo MATRACE Project dissemination workshop, Berlin (Germany) 2008
Perspectives on quantitative Mid-FTiR spectroscopy in relation to edible oil and lubricant analysis: Evolution and integration of analytical methodologies
van de Voort FR; Ghetler A; Garcia-Gonzalez DL; Li YDFood Analytical Methods 2008
Phenolic profile of virgin olive oils with and without sensory defects: Oils with non-oxidative defects exhibit a considerable concentration of phenols
Aparicio-Ruiz R; Garcia-Gonzalez DL; Oliver-Pozo C; Tena N; Morales MT; Aparicio REuropean Journal of Lipid Science and Technology 2016
Physico-chemical properties and biochemical composition of Physalis (Physalis pubescence L.) fruits
El Sheikha AF; Zaki M; Bakr A; El Habashy M; Montet DFood 2008
Physicochemical and bioactive properties evolution during ripening of Ambrunes sweet cherry cultivar
Joaquin Serradilla M; Lozano M; Bernalte MJ; Ayuso MC; Lopez-Corrales M; Gonzalez-Gomez DLWT Food Science and Technology 2011
Physicochemical and nutritional characterization of brebas for fresh consumption from nine fig varieties (Ficus carica L.) grown in Extremadura (Spain)
Pereira C; Lopez Corrales M; Martin A; Villalobos MC; Cordoba MG; Serradilla MJJournal of Food Quality 2017
Physicochemical Characteristics and Antioxidant Potential of the Greek PDO and PGI Virgin Olive Oils (VOOs)
Phytanic and pristanic acid content in Dutch farm milk and implications for the verification of the farming management system
Capuano E; Elgersma A; Tres A; van Ruth SMInternational Dairy Journal 2014
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