Cheryl E Dunham

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Eleven collaborating laboratories analyzed 18 blind duplicate pairs of raw milk samples for fat by the Babcock method and by a modified Mojonnier ether extraction method in 7 round robins conducted over a 14 month period. Ten laboratories used the Babcock method and 10 used the modified Mojonnier method. Fat content of samples ranged from approximately 2.7(More)
BACKGROUND The objectives of this study were to quantify the indentation strength and modulus of distal humeral cancellous bone, and to identify regional variations. The motivations were to assist in prosthesis development and to optimize screw placement. METHODS Three consecutive 3mm transverse slices were sectioned from the distal ends of seven(More)
Ten laboratories analyzed 9 pairs of blind duplicate raw milk samples for total solids. A direct forced air oven method (4 h at 100 degrees C) and a modification of the AOAC predry method (16.032) were used. Preliminary evaluation of the modified AOAC method indicated that blank determinations were necessary. Total solids content ranged from 12.0 to 14.6%.(More)
Each of 9 laboratories analyzed 9 pairs of blind duplicate raw milk samples for fat, using the Mojonnier ether extraction method (16.E13-16.E17), and for total solids, using a new direct forced air oven method. Solids-not-fat was determined by subtracting percent fat from percent total solids. The solids-not-fat content of the samples tested in the(More)
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