MEAT SCIENCE DICTIONARY
by DONALD KINSMAN
2nd ed., June 1991, 480 pages, $39.95
International Meat Science Dictionary consists of 862
words listed alphabetically in English, with definitions and equivalent
words in French, German, Spanish and Russian. Danish, Chinese,
Italian, and Japanese have all been added in the second edition.
All words are alphabetically cross-referenced by each language.
A listing of meat research institutions from over 30 countries
is included alphabetically by country. The only meat science dictionary
in print, it is a useful reference manual for all animal and meat
scientists, meat industry personnel, export-import businesses,
students and linguists involved with translations, and international
communications in any of these nine languages which represent
70% of the world's language usage and over 90% of the world's
scientific and trade literature.
(English — French, German, Spanish, Russian, Danish, Chinese,
Italian, and Japanese)
French, German, Spanish, Russian, Danish, Chinese, Italian, and
meat Research Institutes
Donald M. Kinsman is Professor Emeritus of Animal Science
at the University of Connecticut. Previously he held positions
in Animal Science at the University of Massachusetts, University
of Vermont and the University of New Hampshire. He received his
B.S. from the University of Massachusetts, his M.S. from the University
of New Hampshire and Ph.D. from Oklahoma State University. Dr.
Kinsman's numerous accomplishments in the field include the 1975
Signal Service Award, 1981 Distinguished Teacher Award and 1985
R.C. Pollack Award from the American meat Science Association,
1978 Distinguished Service Award from the Northeast Section, American
Society of Animal Science, past president of American Meat Science
Association, past president Northeast Section, American Society
of Animal Science, National Science Foundation Science Faculty
Fellow, and a 1979 Danforth Associate. He was also honored with
the 1989 Fellow Award and the 1990 Distinguished Teacher Award
from The American Society of Animal Science.