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Food industry The addition of vitamins or minerals to a food—e.g., wheat—which may have been lost during processing
Molecular biology Increasing the proportion of a specific organism or mutant strain from a mixed population
Nuclear medicine The purification of radioactive material to increase signal intensity; the process of increasing one isotope’s concentration in a sample relative to that of other isotopes of that same element

enrichment

Food industry The addition of vitamins or minerals to a food–eg, wheat, which may have been lost during processing. See White flour; Cf Whole grains.
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Next, we started to rear undocked pigs on fully slatted systems, with one enrichment item (the spruce or rubber toy (EasyFix)) per 14 pigs with either high or standard dietary fibre.
The use of environmental enrichment have had positive results in different animal species including rabbits (SILOTO et al., 2009), felids ("big cats"--cougars and lions) (CARNIATTO et al., 2008), marmosets (BORGES et al., 2011), pigs (MAIA et al., 2013), chimpanzees (PULLEN et al., 2010), snow leopards (DIAS, 2010), broilers (SANS et al., 2014) and shelter dogs (COPPOLA et al., 2006).
There are different substrates that can be used for enrichment purposes.
Kgosi Rasesa encouraged the organisers to host the enrichment annually so that more people could attend in large numbers and learn more about marriage.
Providing an outlet for these needs, through foraging and enrichment, improves our captive birds' quality of life.
Thus, when employees feel that their organization is a family friendly organization and practicing work family culture, they can enjoy these benefits and produce work-family enrichment (Clark, 2001).
The trophotagma enrichment axes bear a variable number and types of leaf structures, but always end in an inflorescence (lateral inflorescence, lln).
As a proof of concept, we first employed dCas9 enrichment for the ELREA deletion mutation by use of reference standards of cfDNA with known mutant AFs (HDx[TM] DNA).
(1) Enrichment of fuel spheres: if the initial core and equilibrium core both load the fuel spheres with 8.5% enrichment, the processes of fuel purchase, manufacture, and management can be simplified, according to the THTR-300 and HTR-10 experiences.
With this situation in mind, MTNA awards Program Enrichment Grants that provide "seed funds" to assist in the creation of application materials that can lead to larger funding from other organizations.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 23, 2016-Centrus to advance US uranium enrichment technology through to 30 September 2017