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    Including Acknowledgements and References
    (e.g. …your abstract text [1]. ...more text [2].

    [1] X. Surname, Y. Surname, Z. Surname, Journal name (e.g. Food Chem.), 12 (2021) 123-126.
    [2] X. Surname, Y. Surname, in Book title, X. Editor, Y. Editor (Eds.), City, Publisher, 2021, p. 122.
    [3] Research xx, Statistics reports for XX. http://www.research.xx, 2020 (accessed 15 November 2021).

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    Presenting author

    (e.g. Ana Novak)

    (e.g. Name of the institute/organization, street address, postal code, city, country)

    (e.g. ana.novak@example.com)


    All authors INCLUDING THE PRESENTING AUTHOR need to be written in the table below. The order of authors in the table will be the same in the Book of abstracts (1st row - 1st author, ...).
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