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Botanical Micro-Chemistry : An Introduction to the Study of Vegeta...

By: Viggo Albert Poulsen
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The Book of Useful Plants

By: Julia Ellen Rogers
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Biochemical Research, 1912-13

By: University of Chicago. Biochemical Laboratory; Mathews, Albert Prescott, 1871-1957
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Bulbs and Tuberous-Rooted Plants : Their History, Description, Met...

By: Charles Linnaeus Allen
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Biochemistry of Muscle and Nerve : Ten Lectures

By: William Dobinson Halliburton
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Baking Powders : A Treatise of the Character, Methods for the Dete...

By: Charles Albert Catlin
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British Abstracts. Index : Vol. 2

Indexes for 1923/32 and 1933/37 are combined issues; Beginning in 1948 each volume indexes abstracts A, B and C; Vol. for 1923/32 indexes also the abstracts published with the Journal of the Chemical Society and the Journal of the Society of Chemical Industry during 1923-25; Title varies: 1923/32-1937, British chemical abstracts. Index (varies) 1938-1944, British chemical and physiological absytracts. Index; Issued by the bureau under earlier names: 1923/32, 1937, Bureau...

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Bibliography of Aceto Acetic Ester and Its Derivatives

By: Seymour, Paul Henry, 1869

List of periodicals consulted: p. x

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Buildings Fund; Preliminary List of Contributors

By: Royal Institute of Chemistry of Great Britain and Ireland; Royal Institute of Chemistry of Great Britain and Ireland. Buildings Fund, Preliminary List. Corrected

Bound with their Buildings fund list corrected to 15th Nov., 1911

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The Boy's Playbook of Science: Including the Various Manipulations...

By: John Henry Pepper
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Beginners' Handbook of Chemistry : The Subject Developed by Facts ...

By: John Howard Appleton
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The Birth of Chemistry

By: George Farrer Rodwell
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Botany for Ladies Or, A Popular Introduction to the Natural System...

By: Loudon (Jane), Jane Wells Loudon
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Botanical Micro-Chemistry : An Introduction to the Study of Vegeta...

By: Viggo Albert Poulsen
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The Book of Science,: Second Series, Comprising Treatises on Chemi...

By: John M. Moffatt
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References

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Nutrition Reference Publication

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The Pro-Poor Livestock Policy Initiative

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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Excerpt: IN ADDITION TO PROVIDING TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, FAO HAS a mandate for normative activities, which fall broadly under five areas (FAO 2000): maintaining databases of statistical information; providing a world centre of food and agriculture knowledge, information and expertise; providing a neutral forum for policy dialogue among nations and for the preparation of international agreements; developing international norms, standards and conventions; and disseminating ...

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Why Policies and Institutions

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Nutrition Reference Publication

Excerpt: DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTIONS IN THE LIVESTOCK SECTOR HAVE, generally, not been very successful. Undoubtedly inappropriate technologies and the failure to deliver services to poor farmers have contributed greatly to the lack of success of many livestock development projects. However, even in cases where the technologies were appropriately targeted and the focus was distinctly pro-poor, technical projects have in many cases failed to deliver significant and sustainab...

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Why Livestock

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Nutrition Reference Publication

Excerpt: IN MOST AREAS OF THE WORLD, POVERTY IS STILL LARGELY A RURAL phenomenon. Around 630 million rural poor rely on livestock for their livelihoods (Livestock In Development 1999). A key feature of livestock-keeping is the variety of ways it supports the livelihoods strategies of the poor. Livestock can provide a steady stream of food and revenues, help to raise whole farm productivity and are often the only livelihood option available to the landless as they allow t...

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Why Pro-Poor

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Nutrition Reference Publication

Excerpt: IT IS ESTIMATED THAT 1.2 BILLION PEOPLE IN THE WORLD LIVE BELOW A POVERTY line defined by US$ 1.00 per day, and that three-quarters of these work and live in the rural areas (Ravallion 2001). This is more than the populations of North America and Western Europe combined. Apart from the ethical considerations surrounding poverty in a world of plenty, poverty exacerbates issues such as disease risk, uncontrolled migrations, political unrest, violence and crime. On...

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