Volume 17, Number 2, Mars-Avril 2010Extensions du domaine de l'analyse – santé, qualité, sécurité sanitaire
|Page(s)||71 - 74|
|Section||Qualité – Sécurité Sanitaire|
|Published online||15 March 2010|
Usage du proche infrarouge pour la détermination de la qualité des graines oléagineuses
CETIOM, Laboratoire d’analyses, 270, avenue de la Pomme-de-Pin, BP 90635, 45166 Olivet cedex, France
The traceability requirements and allotment bring collectors or oilseed industry to seek for rapid, easy to implement, methods to determine the quality of productions. From this point of view, infrared methods offer possibilities. It’s necessary however to be aware of both its advantages (fast, simple, multi-criteria non-destructive), and also limits: this indirect method requires constant validation by reference methods, and wide ranges of continuous and referenced values according to standards, effects “matrix” (eg Sunflower). Beyond the apprehension of some criteria on delivery (oil content), these methods are useful to breeders because they allow them a rapid screening of their equipment
Key words: oilseed crops quality / infrared analysis
© John Libbey Eurotext 2010
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