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DEER MEAT STANDARD
When a seam of fat occurs between adjacent muscles, only the fat above the level of the involved muscles is measured (known as planing; see figure 1). (...) It consists of the semimembranosus, adductor, sartorius and pectinate muscles and the gracilis muscle that covers all the muscles from the medial side, the gemellus muscles, the quadratus femoris and the obturator externus and obturator internum. (...) It includes groups of flexor and extensor muscles of the hind limbs, the gastrocnemius, tibial, peroneal and heel muscles.
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Score: 1143392.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ECE/TRADE/C/WP.7/2013/6&Lang=E
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GE.13-21918 (E)
When a seam of fat occurs between adjacent muscles, only the fat above the level of the involved muscles is measured (known as planing; see figure 1). (...) It consists of the semimembranosus, adductor, sartorius and pectinate muscles and the gracilis muscle that covers all the muscles from the medial side, the gemellus muscles, the quadratus femoris and the obturator externus and obturator internum. (...) It includes groups of flexor and extensor muscles of the hind limbs, the gastrocnemius, tibial, peroneal and heel muscles.
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Score: 1143392.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ADE/C/WP.7/GE.11/2013/9&Lang=E
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EDIBLE MEAT CO-PRODUCTS €“ ILLUSTRATIONS AND PHOTOS
The pack can only include the muscles derived from the cheek – M. masseter, M. (...) Thin skirt - 2190 Thin skirt is the costal muscle portion of the diaphragm. All white tendinous tissue not covering lean red muscle is removed. (...) To be specified:  Derived from individual muscle or muscle groups;  Linea alba to be included.
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Score: 1140924.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=ECE/CTCS/WP.7/2016/30&Lang=E
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DRAFT UNECE STANDARD FOR LLAMA/ALPACA MEAT CARCASES AND CUTS / TRANSMITTED BY THE UNECE SPECIALIZED SECTION ON STANDARDIZATION OF MEAT ; NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
Triceps brachii) group of muscles. CUBE ROLL 0100 Cube Roll consists of that portion of the (M. (...) Consist of the group of muscles that lies on the sternum and part of the ribs. SHIN/SHANK 0150 Shin/Shank is derived from the muscles of the fore and hind legs skinned and tipped.
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Score: 1140461.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=TRADE/WP.7/2004/4&Lang=E
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Duchenne muscular dystrophy is the most frequent type of muscular dystrophy, caused by the deficiency of a protein called dystrophin which is needed for muscles to function properly. The disease affects boys exclusively, with an incidence of 1: 3,500. (...) As a small child, he managed this quite well, but – as time went by – it got increasingly harder for him to use his muscles. Diagnosed early, the doctors monitoring his condition told him that one day he would no longer be able to walk and he would become dependent on a wheelchair. (...) Over time, his upper limb muscles also weakened, his sight deteriorated and he eventually developed lung and heart problems – which are all common to this disorder that progressively weakens the entire muscle mass.
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Score: 1140210.7 - https://www.unicef.org/romania...isease-confines-him-wheelchair
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DRAFT REVISION OF THE UNECE STANDARD FOR PORCINE MEAT CARCASES AND CUTS. CHAPTER 5, PART 1 : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The tail (caudal) vertebrae, flank muscle (rectus abdominis), cutaneous trunci, and exposed lymph glands shall be removed. (...) The width of the flank muscle (rectus abdominis) shall be at least 25 percent of the width of the belly on the leg end. (...) The blade bone, related cartilage, and overlying muscles (in their entirety) and fat shall be removed.
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Score: 1138247.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRADE/WP.7/GE.11/2005/5&Lang=E
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By using machines to separate remaining muscle from bones and skin the process can be made faster and at lower cost. (...) Other, more novel ways of isolating muscle from bones and skin are by acidic/alkaline solubilization processes or by enzymatic hydrolysis, the latter generating peptides with other functionalities as compared to the intact proteins. (...) Additional advantages of separating muscle via acid/alkaline solubilization or hydrolysis is that such fractionation could facilitate the extraction of valuable compounds.
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Score: 1137919 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...nts/appropriate-technology/ar/
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By using machines to separate remaining muscle from bones and skin the process can be made faster and at lower cost. (...) Other, more novel ways of isolating muscle from bones and skin are by acidic/alkaline solubilization processes or by enzymatic hydrolysis, the latter generating peptides with other functionalities as compared to the intact proteins. (...) Additional advantages of separating muscle via acid/alkaline solubilization or hydrolysis is that such fractionation could facilitate the extraction of valuable compounds.
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Score: 1137919 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...nts/appropriate-technology/ru/
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By using machines to separate remaining muscle from bones and skin the process can be made faster and at lower cost. (...) Other, more novel ways of isolating muscle from bones and skin are by acidic/alkaline solubilization processes or by enzymatic hydrolysis, the latter generating peptides with other functionalities as compared to the intact proteins. (...) Additional advantages of separating muscle via acid/alkaline solubilization or hydrolysis is that such fractionation could facilitate the extraction of valuable compounds.
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Score: 1137919 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...nts/appropriate-technology/en/
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PROPOSAL FOR A UNECE STANDARD FOR LLAMA CARCASES AND CUTS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Longissimus dorsi) and the associated muscles that is located along the dorsal aspect of the carcase. (...) Consist of the group of muscles that lies on the sternum and part of the ribs. SHIN/SHANK LL 150 The Shin/Shank is derived from the shins of the fore and hind legs skinned and tipped. The heel muscle removed from the leg end of the silverside and conical muscle is also included.
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Score: 1137149.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRADE/WP.7/GE.11/2004/7&Lang=E
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