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Synonyms for value

Synonyms for value

a measure of those qualities that determine merit, desirability, usefulness, or importance

a level of superiority that is usually high

to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

to have a high opinion of

to recognize the worth, quality, importance, or magnitude of

Synonyms for value

the amount (of money or goods or services) that is considered to be a fair equivalent for something else

relative darkness or lightness of a color

(music) the relative duration of a musical note

an ideal accepted by some individual or group

fix or determine the value of

evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of

estimate the value of

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The biological value is a measure of the proportion of absorbed protein from a food which becomes incorporated into the proteins of the organism's body.
When considering the biological value, among the differentially processed SB seed samples, the autoclaved samples included as a protein source in the experimental diet exhibited better animal growth performance and protein quality.
Several workers have shown that the biological value of soyamilk protein is 80-90 per cent of that of cow's milk proteins.
Also, I see ads for high biological value protein powder.
What distinguishes food from excrement is no physico-chemical reality but a biological value.
Its analysis, published last month, reports that although the new quality-protein maize (QPM) "has about the same amount of protein as common maize, it has twice the usable protein because the quality and biological value of its protein is so much higher.
Whey protein, a naturally occurring complete protein that contains all essential amino acids, has the highest biological value of any protein.
Tenders are invited for through this funding opportunity, the bureau of land management (blm) seeks to strategically engage the public, including youth, in an education campaign to increase awareness of and appreciation for the biological value of the sagebrush ecosystem.
Complete proteins are said to have high biological value, because they are readily available for digestion and absorption.
Like milk, eggs and mammalian meat proteins, they have a very high biological value.
Food intake, weight gain (WG), apparent digestibility of protein (APD), fat (AFD) and energy (AED), protein biological value (PBV), energy and amino acids apparent digestibility were determined.
Delivering excellent biological value, clarity and a clean taste, it enhances a wide range of applications, such as functional waters and beverages, energy drinks, recovery drinks and high protein muscle building products.
The biological value of giant grasshopper protein (Zonocerus variegatus) was evaluated by comparing the weight gained, food efficiency ratio (FER), protein efficiency ratio (PER) of rats fed standard laboratory chow with that of rats fed giant grasshopper, Soyabean(Glycine max) and crayfish.
We want mitigation of high quality, of high biological value, and it has to be functional,'' Long said.