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20 points Absence of defects accordance allowances appearance apples applicable Ascertaining the grade average blemished Brix character characteristic cherries classification color concentrated consist count damaged determined diameter drained weight dried exceed extraneous FACTORS OF QUALITY fail to meet fairly fall figs FILL OF CONTAINER flavor and odor free from defects frozen fruit given a score graded above U. S. grapefruit green halves inch ingredients INSPECTION AND CERTIFICATION juice kind length less limiting rule material means measured meet the requirements method mixed ounces outlined packed paragraph peaches peas peeled percent pieces pitted portions possess potatoes practically free prepared present processed Product description properly Provided raisins reasonably Recommended regardless respect sample Score sheet seeds seriously shape similar sizes slices slightly SStd Standard stems style subpart Substandard Table tender texture thereof tion total score typical U. S. Grade uniform units varietal vegetable whole
Página 318 - The lower face of the disc is a smooth, plane surface horizontal to the vertical axis of the rod. A device to which weight may be added is affixed to the upper end of the rod. Before lowering the disc to the cotyledon, adjust the combined weight of disc, rod, and device to 100 grams. After measuring the height of the cotyledon, and shifting the plate, if necessary, so that the cotyledon is under the approximate center of the disc, add weight to the device at a uniform, continuous rate of 12 grams...
Página 317 - Methods of analyses. (a) Brine flotation test. The brine flotation test utilizes salt solutions of various specific gravities to separate the peas according to maturity. The brine solutions are based on the percentage by weight of pure salt (NaCl) in solution. In making the test a 250 ml. glass beaker is filled with the brine solution to a depth of approximately two inches.
Página 139 - Such total weight of drained fruit is determined by the following method: Tilt the opened container so as to distribute the contents evenly over the meshes of a circular sieve which has been previously weighed. The diameter of the sieve is 8 inches if the quantity of contents of the container is less than 3 pounds, and 12 inches if such quantity is 3 pounds or more. The bottom of the sieve is wovenwire cloth which complies with the specifications for such cloth set forth under "2380 Micron (No. 8)"...