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Year Number of Results
1943 2
1945 27
1946 140
1947 224
1948 152
1949 143
1950 259
1951 277
1952 250
1953 201
1954 225
1955 241
1956 230
1957 246
1958 245
1959 212
1960 294
1961 296
1962 330
1963 686
1964 977
1965 922
1966 417
1967 231
1968 222
1969 253
1970 172
1971 234
1972 229
1973 227
1974 234
1975 274
1976 278
1977 255
1978 254
1979 262
1980 243
1981 221
1982 201
1983 211
1984 246
1985 228
1986 235
1987 254
1988 269
1989 267
1990 268
1991 336
1992 326
1993 340
1994 388
1995 399
1996 440
1997 524
1998 623
1999 645
2000 616
2001 687
2002 768
2003 851
2004 869
2005 968
2006 1121
2007 1224
2008 1220
2009 1491
2010 1874
2011 2078
2012 2383
2013 2388
2014 2428
2015 2436
2016 2316
2017 2391
2018 2454
2019 1680
2020 84
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Red meat consumption: an overview of the risks and benefits.
McAfee AJ, et al. Meat Sci 2010 - Review. PMID 20374748
Red meat is long established as an important dietary source of protein and essential nutrients including iron, zinc and vitamin B12, yet recent reports that its consumption may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and colon cancer have led to a negative perception of the role of red meat in health. The aim of this paper is to review existing literature for both the risks and benefits of red meat consumption, focusing on case-control and prospective studies. ...
Red meat is long established as an important dietary source of protein and essential nutrients including iron, zinc and vitamin B12, …
Meat quality evaluation based on computer vision technique: A review.
Taheri-Garavand A, et al. Meat Sci 2019 - Review. PMID 31202093
Nowadays people tend to include more meat in their diet thanks to the improvement in standards of living as well as an increase in awareness of meat nutritive values. To ensure public health, therefore, there is a need for a rise in worldwide meat production and consumption. Further attention is also required as to how the safety and the quality of meat production process should be assessed. ...
Nowadays people tend to include more meat in their diet thanks to the improvement in standards of living as well as an increase in aw …
Meat and meat products intake in pregnancy and risk of small for gestational age infants. A case-control study.
Cano Ibañez N, et al. Nutr Hosp 2019. PMID 30864457 Free article.
Meat consumption was gathered through a validated food frequency questionnaire. Meat and meat products intakes were categorized in quintiles (Q1-Q5).The association between maternal meat and meat product intakes and SGA was assessed by logistic regression models with adjustment for confounding factors. ...Conclusions: meat consumption was not associated with SGA, whereas meat products showed a moderate protective relationship....
Meat consumption was gathered through a validated food frequency questionnaire. Meat and meat products intakes were cat
Horse-meat for human consumption - Current research and future opportunities.
Belaunzaran X, et al. Meat Sci 2015 - Review. PMID 26047980
The consumption of horse-meat is currently not popular in most countries, but because of its availability and recognized nutritional value consumption is slowly increasing in several western European countries based on claims that it could be an alternative red meat. ...Because of its large frame size and digestive physiology, the horse can be considered an alternative to bovine meat, with large advantages regarding the maintenance of less favored mountain grazing areas and its facility to transfer PUFA from feed to meat....
The consumption of horse-meat is currently not popular in most countries, but because of its availability and recognized nutritional …
Comparison of DNA extraction methods for meat analysis.
Yalçınkaya B, et al. Food Chem 2017. PMID 27979086
Preventing adulteration of meat and meat products with less desirable or objectionable meat species is important not only for economical, religious and health reasons, but also, it is important for fair trade practices, therefore, several methods for identification of meat and meat products have been developed. ...We suggest this method as an alternative method for DNA isolation from meat and meat products....
Preventing adulteration of meat and meat products with less desirable or objectionable meat species is important not on …
Chemometrics and hyperspectral imaging applied to assessment of chemical, textural and structural characteristics of meat.
Reis MM, et al. Meat Sci 2018 - Review. PMID 29960721
The use of HSI in the meat and food industry has observed a significant growth in the last decade, yet its use for assessment of meat it is not optimal yet. The application of HSI for assessment of meat is reviewed with focus on its ability to capture meat unique chemical and structural characteristics. ...
The use of HSI in the meat and food industry has observed a significant growth in the last decade, yet its use for assessment of m
Identification of meat species by using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy.
Bilge G, et al. Meat Sci 2016. PMID 27179147
The aim of the present study is to identify meat species by using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS). Elemental composition differences between meat species were used for meat identification. ...In the light of the findings, it was seen that LIBS can be a valuable tool for quality control measurements of meat as a routine method....
The aim of the present study is to identify meat species by using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS). Elemental composition …
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