WEBBER COMMENT: It was a problem doing a search of the folder with glossary terms. A computer programmer was able to index it into a variety of categories. The terms themselves within the index cataegory are not alphabetized and so the best approach is to do a "find" of the webpage. All the terms are indexed.

GLOSSARY INDEX - ALPHABETIC
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0-9(2 entries)
A(2106 entries)
B(2367 entries)
C(3473 entries)
D(1050 entries)
E(887 entries)
F(1108 entries)
G(1196 entries)
H(942 entries)
I(481 entries)
J(354 entries)
K(842 entries)
L(1102 entries)
M(1820 entries)
N(637 entries)
O(582 entries)
P(2541 entries)
Q(134 entries)
R(1145 entries)
S(2962 entries)
T(1317 entries)
U(158 entries)
V(562 entries)
W(649 entries)
X(57 entries)
Y(223 entries)
Z(253 entries)

CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS(116 entries)
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN(334 entries)
FAMILY NAME(973 entries)
MOLECULAR FORMULAS(338 entries)

 
Modified and compiled for the FOOD RESOURCE, Public Health and Human Sciences, Oregon State University
Design, construction and implementation of automated indexing system by Dixon Creek Software, Corvallis OR
Updated: Friday, July 13, 2012.