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nutrient

1. any of the mineral substances that are absorbed by the roots of plants for nourishment
2. any substance that nourishes an organism
3. providing or contributing to nourishment

nutrient

[′nü·trē·ənt]
(biology)
Providing nourishment.
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Vitamin D Food Values Assigned to the Standard (US) Nutrient Analysis and the Modified Canadian Analysis Vitamin D Values Canada Foods US * ([dagger]) [micro]g per 100g Breakfast cereals 3.
All soil samples were placed into sealed polythene bags and kept cool for up to 24 h before transfer to the laboratory for nutrient analysis (Rayment and Higginson 1992).
CNS combines 'big data' nutrient analysis, world-leading nutrient application expertise and Cargill's sourcing power to allow us to provide customers with clarity in feed application, rather than just a 'best guess,' to achieve better production costs and higher performance.
These and earlier studies underscore the importance of accurate nutrient analysis of everyday foods to nationwide nutrition monitoring efforts.
Data Control Technology offers additional programs to compliment their MENUTRACKER software, including a nutrient analysis program, an inventory and purchasing program and software designed to manage long and short-term food budgeting.
Nutrient analysis for 1 serving (equivalent of 1 chicken breast or 4 pieces with u cup vegetables):
CNS combines big data nutrient analysis, world-leading nutrient application expertise and Cargill s sourcing power to allow us to provide customers with clarity in feed application, rather than just a best guess, to achieve better production costs and higher performance.
Each recipe was put through Nutrikids for nutrient analysis and cost
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David Haytowitz/USDA Nutrient Data Laboratory, Beltsville, MD will coordinate the analysis of the vitamin D content of a variety of conventionally raised mushrooms and a full nutrient analysis of UV exposed mushrooms.
Although the nutrient analysis using the Guide underestimated most nutrients compared to that measured by weight of all foods provided, it was demonstrated that the tool could be useful for cooks to assess the amount of food required to provide 50% of nutrients for children attending long-day care.
Investigators also will undertake nutrient analysis.