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Toxin

Any poisonous substance a living thing produces as part of its metabolic or other natural process. That is, toxins themselves are not living things, but are produced by living things. Toxins are defined by the Biological Weapons Convention.
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Post-mortem mechanical injection of low quality beef loins with pork back fat improves palatability and sensory attributes.
The significance of browse foliage for livestock feeding is determined by their availability, palatability and nutritive composition.
The researchers also do not have information on prices of vegetables which both increase palatability of the diet and contain many important nutrients.
Yeast extract has nutrients, such as proteins, peptides, nucleotides, and free amino acids (especially rich in alanine, lysine, and glutamic acid), which are able to stimulate palatability as they stimulate amino acid receptor units.
Steps associated with ensuring product palatability are shown in the last section of the flowchart, labeled "Clinical/Commercial Development.
is an effective way to maintain and lose weight without losing the palatability of the diet.
In addition to this, it has been shown that the use of enzymes to produce hydrolysates for pet food can increase palatability and therefore increase daily intake.
Chemical and mathematical details abound, but do not distract from the general palatability of the main theme.
Scientific literature supports taste as being a significant factor in adherence and recognizes that palatability must be considered when selecting medications, especially among pediatric patients.
He currently serves as president of the board of Group Diana, a worldwide leader in natural and functional food solutions and palatability enhancers for pet food.