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Comparative nutrition of man and domestic animals.

H. H. Mitchell

Comparative nutrition of man and domestic animals.

by H. H. Mitchell

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Published in New York, London .
Written in English


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Pagination701p.,ill.,24cm
Number of Pages701
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Comparative Nutrition of Man and Domestic Animals, Volume I discusses practical phases in the evaluation of the nutrient requirements of man and his domesticated animals and the factors that modify these quanta.

This book also covers various nutrients' biochemical nature, functions, and participation in the energy transactions of the body. Comparative Nutrition of Man and Domestic Animals, Volume I discusses practical phases in the evaluation of the nutrient requirements of man and his domesticated animals and the factors that modify these quanta.

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