Gerber test

Gerber test

[′gər·bər ‚test]
(food engineering)
A volumetric measurement of the quantity of fat in a sample of milk; the European counterpart of the Babcock test.
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Gerber test measures the quantity of fat in the milk sample and lactometer assesses the added water in milk sample.
The milk samples were passed through three quality tests, Gerber test and corrected lactometer reading test and standard plate count.
Compositional quality tests: Gerber test revealed that 102 (85 %) of the samples were mild to grossly diluted i.
The Gerber test was the only maneuver accurate enough to rule out bursitis (-LR=0.
Gaylen Gerber tests the principles of artistic collusion, collaboration, and commingling by occasionally inviting other artists to make their work on top of his own.