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- RAHMAN, M. M.; ERSKINE, W.; MATERNE, M. A.; MCMURRAY, L. M.; THAVARAJAH, P.; THAVARAJAH, D.; SIDDIQUE, K. H. M.
- The Journal of agricultural science 2015 v.153 no.4 pp. 656-665
- food fortification, etc ; Lens culinaris subsp. culinaris; biofortification; crops; cultivars; flowering; foliar application; food intake; genotype; genotype-environment interaction; lentils; nutrient deficiencies; potassium; seed yield; selenates; selenium; South Australia; Victoria (Australia); Show all 18 Subjects
- ... Selenium (Se) is an essential micronutrient for human and animal health. Globally, more than one billion people are Se deficient due to low dietary Se. Low dietary intake of Se can be improved by Se supplementation, food fortification and biofortification of crops. Lentil (Lens culinaris Medikus subsp. culinaris) is a popular cool-season food legume in many parts of the world; it is naturally rich ...
- Dwyer, Johanna T; Wiemer, Kathryn L; Dary, Omar; Keen, Carl L; King, Janet C; Miller, Kevin B; Philbert, Martin A; Tarasuk, Valerie; Taylor, Christine L; Gaine, P Courtney; Jarvis, Ashley B; Bailey, Regan L
- Advances in food and nutrition research 2015 v.6 no.1 pp. 124-131
- food fortification, etc ; beriberi; bioactive compounds; consumer education; demographic statistics; food availability; food composition; food intake; goiter; guidelines; issues and policy; marketing; nutrient content; nutrient deficiencies; nutrient intake; nutrients; pellagra; public health; rickets; Canada; United States; Show all 21 Subjects
- ... Fortification is the process of adding nutrients or non-nutrient bioactive components to edible products (e.g., food, food constituents, or supplements). Fortification can be used to correct or prevent widespread nutrient intake shortfalls and associated deficiencies, to balance the total nutrient profile of a diet, to restore nutrients lost in processing, or to appeal to consumers looking to supp ...