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Quantification of animal body fats and vegetable fats in milk fat by triglyceride analysis


, : Quantification of animal body fats and vegetable fats in milk fat by triglyceride analysis. Brief Communications of the XXIII International Dairy Congress, Montreal, October 8-12, 1990, Vol I: 234 (438)

Regression analysis of the triglyceride (TG) data from 755 milk fat samples from cows on different feeding regimes and from 8 other fats (soyabean, sunflower, olive, coconut, palm and palm kernel oil, lard, and beef tallow) enabled linear TG formulae to be derived. By inserting defined TG proportions of a fat to be analysed in the formulae, 1-5% additions of foreign fat could be detected.


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