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In zoning, the number of things allowed per unit of land, such as number of houses, occupants,or families per acre.

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Therefore, the objective of the present experiment was to evaluate the effect of four lighting programs and two nutrient density diets on growth performance, carcass traits and meat quality in broiler chickens.
Infant malnutrition may be due to low energy and nutrient density that might be due to high viscosity and or undesirable sensory properties of complementary foods [7, 10].
Most of their results are based on percent of energy from various sugars (4) but the ABS has not produced adjustment factors for nutrient density.
The difficulty is that this has to be of a consistently high nutrient density.
House and blow flies are about 30 percent dry matter, giving soldier flies a nutrient density and processing advantage.
The new plate icon also underscores the need for a healthful, balanced diet made up of foods with a high nutrient density and/or a low energy density--the kind of approach that is proven to help with weight management.
This level of nutrient density allows you to add OXYSTORM in meaningful amounts to just about any type of functional food and sports nutrition product, including bars, beverage powders, chewables, functional foods, nutrition powders and sports & energy drinks.
Instead of serving oversized portions, SPE dishes are engineered to ensure maximum nutrient density and great taste so that you leave the table energized with a true feeling of well-being.
Nutritionists believe that because organic food is grown and harvested without the use of artificial support such as fertilisers and pesticides, it contains fewer toxins and tends to be higher in nutrient density.
The company has also introduced Haiku Organic Chlorella, an herbal superfood with a high nutrient density and rich source of chlorophyll.
Therefore optimum incorporation of soybean and sesame in banana based complementary diets not only greatly enhances nutrient density and quality of these diets but also their organoleptic attributes.