The analysis of starch at Midwest uses modified AACC- 76-13.01/AOAC 996.11 methods. The basic protocol is to convert the hydrolysable starch into individual glucose molecules and then measure the amount of glucose (also known as dextrose) present using a glucometer. The test procedure cannot measure resistant starch or differentiate between indigenous glucose and that glucose produced by the enzymatic breakdown of the starch.
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Nitrate in plants are usually converted to proteins, amino acids and other compounds. However some stresses to the plant can cause toxic levels of nitrates.READ MORE
Evidence of rancidity in fats and oils can be evaluated by the detection of peroxide. The Peroxide value analysis is the most widely used.READ MORE
The quality of alfalfa hay used as feed, can be determined from the ADF, NDF, Relative Feed Value, TDN and crude protein levels.READ MORE