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Author United States. Congress. House.

Title Food and life. Yearbook of Agriculture, 1939. [electronic resource]

Published Washington, DC, 1939

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Physical description 1180 p. : illustrations, tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 10369
House document / 76th Congress, 1st session. House ; no. 28
House document (United States. Congress. House) ; 76th Congress, no. 28
Notes Table of contents, p. IX.
Food and life -- a summary, by Gove Hambidge, p. 3.
From tradition to science, by Louise Stanley, p. 97.
Food functions and the relation of food to health, by Lela E. Booher and Callie Mae Coons, p. 100.
Food habits, old and new, by Hazel K. Stiebeling, p. 124.
Can food habits be changed? by Paul E. Howe, p. 131.
Food fads, facts, and fancies, by Helen S. Mitchell, p. 139.
The white rat as a contributor to science, by M.H. Friedman, p. 145.
Human food requirements -- carbohydrates, fats, energy, by Helen S. Mitchell, Jane G. Lease, and Nancy B. Morey, p. 152.
Protein requirements of man, by D. Breese Jones, p. 173.
Mineral needs of man, by Henry C. Sherman, Mabel A. Dickson, Margaret Cammack Smith, and Esther Peterson Daniel, p. 187.
Vitamin needs of man, by Lela E. Booher, Elizabeth C. Callison, O.L. Kline, Sybil L. Smith, Frederick W. Irish, and E.M. Nelson, p. 221.
Food composition, by Charlotte Chatfield and Georgian Adams, p. 272.
Vitamin content of foods, Esther Peterson Daniel, p. 286.
Present day diets in the United States, by Hazel K. Stiebeling and Callie Mae Coons, p. 296.
Planning for good nutrition, by Hazel K. Stiebeling and Faith Clark, p. 321.
Micro-organisms in foods and food preservation, by Harry E. Goresline, p. 341.
Enzymes in foods and food preservation, by A.K. Balls, p. 350.
United States meat inspection, by E.C. Joss, p. 355.
Supervision and inspection of milk, by Ernest Kelly, p. 360.
Food grades and the consumer, by Marius Farioletti, p. 364.
What the modern homemaker needs to know, by Miriam Birdseye, p. 372.
Better nutrition as a national goal, by Hazel K. Stiebeling, Marius Farioletti, F.V. Waugh, and J.P. Cavin, p. 380.
Sources and cycles of the nutritive elements, by E.J. Kraus, p. 405.
The digestive processes in domestic animals, by H.W. Schoening, p. 418.
Factors affecting maintenance nutrition, feed utilization, and health of farm animals, by Louis L. Madsen, p. 431.
Growth, fattening, and meat production, by O.G. Hankins and Harry W. Titus, p. 450.
Some effects of nutritional levels, by Paul E. Howe, p. 469.
The relation of diet to reproduction, by Ralph W. Phillips, M.H. Friedman, and W.A. Turner, p. 476.
Relation of nutrition to the production of hides and wool, by John I. Hardy and Imogene P. Earle, p. 492.
The nutrition of very young animals, by Imogene P. Earle, p. 501.
Nutritional requirements of beef and dual purpose cattle, by W.H. Black, Bradford Knapp, Jr., and J.R. Douglas, p. 519.
Practices in the feeding of beef and dual purpose cattle, by W.H. Black, p. 544.
The feeding of dairy cows for intensive milk production in practice, by Edward B. Meigs, p. 566.
Figuring the rations of dairy cows, by T.E. Woodward, p. 592.
Practical feeding and nutritional requirements of young dairy stock, by Joseph B. Shepherd and H.T. Converse, p. 597.
Variations in the composition of milk, by P.A. Wright, E.F. Deysher, and C.A. Cary, p. 639.
Utilization of feed energy and feed protein in milk secretion, by C.A. Cary, p. 649.
The vitamins in milk and in milk production, by C.A. Cary, p. 668.
Glands, hormones, and blood constituents -- their relation to milk secretion, by M.H. Friedman and C.A. Cary, p. 685.
Milk in nutritional research -- a sketch of progress, by C.A. Cary, p. 699.
Nutritive requirements of swine, by N.R. Ellis and J.H. Zeller, p. 706.
Practices in swine feeding, by J.H. Zeller and N.R. Ellis, p. 723.
Feeding problems with sheep, by Damon A. Spencer, p. 746.
Feeding problems with goats, by Damon A. Spencer, p. 758.
Nutrition of horses and mules, by Earl B. Krantz and S.R. Speelman, p. 763.
Practical nutritive requirements of poultry, by Harry W. Titus, p. 787.
Practical feeding of poultry, by Harry W. Titus, p. 819.
Nutritional requirements of dogs, by Imogene P. Earle, p. 844.
Feeding dogs, by S.R. Speelman, p. 856.
Nutrition of fur animals, by Charles E. Kellogg, p. 871.
Feeding requirements of gallinaceous upland game birds, by Ralph B. Nestler, p. 893.
Pasture and range in livestock feeding, by P.V. Cardon, W.R. Chapline, T.E. Woodward, E.W. McComas, and C.R. Enlow, p. 925.
The nutritive value of harvested forages, by T.E. Woodward, W.H. Hosterman, P.V. Cardon, and E.W. McComas, p. 956.
Losses in making hay and silage, by J.A. LeClerc, p. 992.
Nutritive value of miscellaneous feeds, by E.W. McComas and T.E. Woodward, p. 1017.
Deficient and excess minerals in forage in the United States, by A.M. Hartman, p. 1027.
What do we need to know in livestock nutrition? by O.E. Reed, p. 1045.
Composition of the principal feedstuffs used for livestock, by N.R. Ellis, W.R. Kauffman, and C.O. Miller, p. 1065.
Literature cited, p. 1075.
Index, p. 1143.
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Other author Adams, Georgian.
Balls, A.K.
Birdseye, Miriam.
Black, W.H., (William Henry)
Booher, Lela E.
Callison, Elizabeth C.
Cardon, P.V.
Cary, C.A.
Cavin, J.P.
Chapline, W.R.
Chatfield, Charlotte.
Clark, Faith.
Converse, H.T.
Coons, Callie Mae.
Daniel, Esther Peterson.
Deysher, E.F.
Dickson, Mabel A.
Douglas, J.R.
Earle, Imogene P.
Ellis, N.R.
Enlow, C.R., (Charles Ranger)
Farioletti, Marius.
Friedman, M.H.
Goresline, Harry E.
Hambidge, Gove.
Hankins, O.G.
Hardy, John I.
Hartman, A.M.
Hosterman, P.V.
Howe, Paul E.
Irish, Frederick W.
Jones, D. Breese.
Joss, E.C.
Kellogg, Charles E., (Charles Edwin)
Kelly, Ernest.
Kline, O.L., (Oral Lee)
Knapp, Bradford, Jr.
Krantz, Earl B.
Kraus, E.J., (Ezra Jacob)
Lease, Jane G.
LeClerc, J.A.
Madsen, Louis L.
McComas, E.W.
Meigs, Edward B.
Miller, C.O.
Mitchell, Helen S., (Helen Swift)
Morey, Nancy B.
Nelson, E.M.
Nestler, Ralph B.
Phillips, Ralph W.
Reed, O.E., (Ollie Ezekiel)
Schoening, Harry W., (Harry William)
Shepherd, J.B., (Joseph Benjamin)
Sherman, Henry C., (Henry Clapp)
Smith, Margaret Cammack.
Smith, Sybil L.
Speelman, S.R., (Sanford Reed)
Spencer, D.A., (Damon Alvin)
Stanley, Louise.
Stiebeling, Hazel K.
Titus, Harry W.
Turner, W.A.
Waugh, Frederick V.
Woodward, T.E., (Thompson Elwyn)
Wright, P.A.
Zeller, J.H., (John Henry)
United States. Department of Agriculture.
Subject Animal experimentation.
Cattle.
Diet.
Dogs.
Enzymes.
Feeds.
Food and drug inspection.
Food contamination.
Food law and legislation.
Food preservation.
Food.
Forage.
Gastrointestinal system.
Goats.
Grazing.
Hay.
Health.
Hides and skins.
Horses.
Livestock.
Meat industry and trade.
Meat.
Microbiology.
Milk.
Minerals in human nutrition.
Mules.
Oils and fats.
Poultry.
Proteins.
Rats.
Rodents.
Sheep.
Swine.
Vitamins.
Wool.
Research.
Annual Reports.
Executive Department Publications.
Monographs.