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Authors: Radi Aly and Uzi Ravid

REFERENCES A.O.A.C. 1965. Olive oil acidity. In: Methods of analysis of the Association of Official Agriculture Chemists. 9th ed. In: Horwitz, W., ed. Washington, DC, p. 431. Angerosa, F. 2002. Influence of volatile compounds on virgin olive oil quality evaluated by analytical

In: Israel Journal of Plant Sciences
Author: Alon Ben-Gal

., Ciampolini, F., Tattini, M., Cimato, A. 1994. Effect of salinity on productivity and oil quality of olive (Olea europaea L.) plants. Advances in Horticultural Science 8: 211-214. d'Andria, R., Morelli, G., Martuccio, G., Fontanazza, G., Patumi, M. 1996. Evaluation of yield and oil quality of young

In: Israel Journal of Plant Sciences

London 1984 65 73 Ietswaart J.R. A Taxonomic Revision of the Genus Origanum (Labiatae). Leiden University Press, Leiden, The Netherlands 1980 83 93 Ilieva S.T. Effect of ecological conditions on Salvia sclarea L. growth yield, and essential oil quality. Tech. Pap. 1983 9 118 th Int. Congr. of

In: Israel Journal of Plant Sciences

, F., Caravita, F., Parise, M.A., Perri, M.R., Rosati, E., Pandolfi, A., Paoletti, S., Pannelli, A., Padula, G., Giordani, G., Bellini, E., Buccoliero, E., Mennone, C. 2008. Qualitative evaluation of olive oils from new olive selections and effects of genotype and environment on oil quality. Adv

In: Israel Journal of Plant Sciences

, productivity of trees, production of table olives, oil extraction (including sections on primitive production methods, milling, pressing, decantation of oil, qualities and quantities of oil produced), sale and transport of oil (including large-scale commercialisation in the Roman empire), uses of oil

In: Ancient West & East

- parency (limpid, opaque, cloudy; oils which clarify quickly are the inferior grades of oil).12 Oil quality is also affected, of course, by the variety of olive tree from which it is produced and by the relative ripeness of the berries. Today there are literally hundreds of olive varieties, and we have

In: A Handbook of Food Processing in Classical Rome

 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201, 208, 210, 214, 215, 217, 218 cedar 66–82, 294, 302 cedar mountain 73 cedar of Lebanon 67 cedar oil, qualities of 76 cedar oil, to preserve scrolls 75 cedar trees, numerous kinds of 74 cedar, in building of Noah’s Ark 77, 78 cedar, in construction 7

In: The Archaeology and Material Culture of the Babylonian Talmud

introduced even more stringent limits for the emission of air pollutants from ships, together with phased-in reductions, to be achieved through fuel oil quality and marine diesel engine design or equiva- lent technologies, in particular for SOx and particulate matter (PM) and NOx emissions. Sulphur

In: Ocean Yearbook Online

Italy and Lebanon concerning the Integrated Waste Management of Baalbek Caza, done at Beirut on 9 july 2010 and entered into force on 8 November 2010 (GU Suppl. to No. 107 of 10 May 2011); Agreement between Italy and Lebanon on the National Programme for the Development of Oil Quality and Action

In: The Italian Yearbook of International Law Online

contamination with heavy metals on soybean seed oil quality. Eur Food Res Technol. 236:707714. Lavado RS, Porcelli CA, Alvarez R. 2001. Nutrient and heavy metal concentration and distribution in corn, soybean and wheat as affected by different tillage systems in the Argen- tine pampas. Soil Till Res. 62

In: Israel Journal of Plant Sciences