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yield

(yēld),
The amount or quantity produced or returned, often measured as a percentage of the starting material; for example, a yield in an enzyme preparation is equal to the units of enzyme activity recovered at the end of the preparation divided by the total units observed in the starting material.

yield

(yēld)
The amount or quantity produced or returned, often measured as a percentage of the starting material; e.g., a yield in an enzyme preparation is equal to the units of enzyme activity recovered at the end of the preparation divided by the total units observed in the starting material.

yield

  1. that part of the production of a crop which is removed by humans.
  2. the actual amount of substance obtained during the preparation of a substance, for example in fermentation or in a manufacturing process.
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Similar to yield grade, numerical differences without statistical significances among treatment groups showed changes in final quality grades by feeding ethanol.
Besides, the yield grade results for four different ratios were equal to YG3 with the good quality grade for all of them.
The interaction of yield grade with quality grade determines a two-dimensional scale on which to evaluate carcass value.
The influence of sex-class, USDA yield grade and USDA quality grade on seam fat trim from the primals of beef carcasses.
Backfat thickness was evaluated again at the end of the experimental period (77 days), classifying animals into two groups according to the yield grade of 3-6 mm BFT (seven animals) and 6.1-10 mm BFT (seven animals).
In place of a longstanding Yield Grade (YG) 3.9 limit, the brand will use a more specific consistency requirement in the future.
A meat yield grade index (Y) was determined as 1, 2, 3 when the results of the following equation were below 63.3, 63.3 to 67.5, and above 67.5, respectively.
"They have had to decide whether growth rate is more important than marbling or whether yield grade is more important than weaning weight."
Most of the animals in the kenaf silage feeding group were C rank, the lowest yield grade level.
Along with hot carcass weight, the two most important measures of beef carcass and meat quality in the United States are yield grade and quality grade.