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Meat in nutrition and health an internation symposium in conjunctionwith the 26th European meeting of Meat Research Workers by Meat in nutrition and health (proceedings of the International Symposium) (1980 Colorado)

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Published by National Live Stock and Meat Board in Chicago .
Written in English

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Statement[edited by Kenneth R. Franklin and Peyton N. Davis].
ContributionsFranklin, Kenneth R., Davis, Peyton., National Live Stock and Meat Board., Meat Research Workers, (26th : 1980 : Colorado)
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Open LibraryOL19171883M

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