Agros Dictionary of Dairy Science

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Agros Dictionary of Dairy Science

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Publisher: Agrobios Publications
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Preface
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India is predominantly an agricultural country and the dairying is recognized as an instrument for social and economic development because milk is the largest crop after rice in Indian agriculture. At total output of some 58-60 mmt of milk per year, the Indian dairy sector becomes a Rs. 30,000 crore economy excluding the joint-economy of the drought power which by no means is small. Dairy industry has achieved tremendous progress in country that is now faced with surplus stock of milk in some states of India.
Glossary A to Z ...................................................................................................1 - 194
This developing industry still needs literature to educate the masses, and the present work is an effort in this direction. This will serve as a reference book for all students of dairy science, veterinary science, agriculture, medical, biology, etc. It covers the whole range of dairy science terms and includes essential entries from such fields as marketing, technology, diseases, physiology, nutrition etc. Entries on many modern fields and laboratory techniques are also included. Each term in this dictionary has been defined with the atmost accuracy, completeness and easy readability. The dictionary achieves its purose to give you an authoritative source to which you can turn with confidence for meaning and knowledge of the common, specialized and latest terms which have been introduced with the recent development in the field. A dictionary of this standard and quality has been a long felt need of the students to enable them to meet the challenges of the present day result-oriented educatin system. Author
Appendix 1 Microbiology of Milk.............................................................................. 195 Appendix 2 Table 1
Per capita consumption kg of milk and milk products in various countries, 2000 data. ........................................................ 203
Table 2
Cow milk production in selected countries in the world 2002 ............................................................................................. 203
Table 3
Composition of milk from different mammalian species per 100 g fresh milk ..................................................................... 204
Table 4
Concentration of proteins in milk. .................................................. 204