Martin A. Oliver

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Boar taint is the off-odour or off flavour of cooked pork. Currently, the most common method of controlling boar taint is surgical castration. However, immunocastration has been used in some parts of the world as an alternative to surgical castration. The aim of this study was to evaluate the sensory acceptability of meat from immunocastrated pigs (IM)(More)
Concern about possible links between emissions of radon (Rn) and certain types of malignant disease has led to surveys to measure Rn concentrations in the soil and in dwellings. There is little information about the spatial scales of Rn variation in bedrock and soil. Such information on Rn is needed to effectively sample it in order to measure for spatial(More)
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