Proteins as human food
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Proteins as human food proceedings. Edited by R.A. Lawrie. by Easter School in Agricultural Science, 16th, University of Nottingham 1969

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Published by Avi Pub. Co. in Westport, Conn .
Written in English


  • Food -- Analysis,
  • Proteins -- Congresses

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ContributionsLawrie, Ralston Andrew,, Nottingham, Eng. University
LC ClassificationsTX553 P7 E25 1969
The Physical Object
Number of Pages525
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17464229M

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