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PER

Abbreviation for protein efficiency ratio.

per

(per) [L. per, through]
1. Through, by, by means or agency of.
2. For each unit or entity, e.g., milligrams per kilogram, usually written as mg/kg.

PER

Abbreviation for protein efficiency ratio.
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