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PUBLIC LAW 101-445—OCT. 22, 1990 104 STAT. 1035 (7) provide for the conduct of such scientific research and development as may be necessary or appropriate in support of such purposes. SEC. 3 DEFINITIONS. 7 USC 5302. As used in this Act— (1) the term "comprehensive plan" means the comprehensive plan prepared under section 103; (2) the term "coordinated program" means the National Nutrition Monitoring and Related Research Program established by section 101(a); (3) the terms "Interagency Board for Nutrition Monitoring and Related Research" and "Board" mean the Federal coordinating body established by section 101(c); (4) the term "Joint Implementation Plan for a Comprehensive National Nutrition Monitoring System" means the plan of that title dated August 18, 1981 and submitted by the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Health and Human Services under section 1428 of the Food and Agriculture Act of 1977 (7 U.S.C. 3178); (5) the term "locsil government" means a local general unit of government or local educational unit; (6) the terms "National Nutrition Monitoring Advisory Council" and "Council" mean the advisory body established under section 201; (7) the term "nutrition monitoring and related research" means the set of activities necessary to provide timely information about the role and status of factors that bear on the contribution that nutrition makes to the health of the people of the United States, including— (A) dietary, nutritional, and health status mesisurements; (B) food consumption measurements; (C) food composition measurements and nutrient data banks; (D) dietary knowledge and attitude measurements; and (E) food supply and demand determinations; (8) the term "nutritional quality" means— (A) the appropriate levels of individugd nutrients in the diet; (B) the appropriate levels between nutrients in the diet; (C) the bioavailability of nutrients such as absorption, digestion, and utilization; and (D) the nutritional importance of nonnutrient substances such as fiber, phj^te, and such substances that are naturally found in the food supply; and (9) the term "Secretaries" means the Secretary of Agriculture and the Secretary of Health and Human Services, acting jointly. TITLE I—NUTRITION MONITORING AND RELATED RESEARCH SEC. 101. ESTABLISHMENT OF THE COORDINATED PROGRAM. 7 USC 5311. (a) IN GENERAL. — T here is established a ten-year coordinated program, to be known as the National Nutrition Monitoring gind Related Research Program, to carry out the purposes of this Act.