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  1. 2019-07-20 Food environments is a new concept and its relevance for a better understanding of food systems is still a matter of debate. Researchers have not yet reached a unique agreed-upon definition of food environments but they tend to converge towards a combination of external and personal factors...
     
  2. The Biology and Medicine of Rabbits and Rodents has long been considered a "classic" in veterinary medicine and laboratory animal science. Now in its fourth edition, this essential work remains a practical, easy-access manual that spans the diverse needs of both practitioner and researcher. Drs....  
  3. The grasses, Gramineae to the botanist, represent the most important single plant family on earth, since they alone produce all the cereal grains that have sustained humanity throughout recorded history. This book deals with a small segment of this family - those grown for ornamental home and...  
  4. This book documents changes observed in the Gaddang people. It shows their slow, but steady adoption of sound agricultural practices as they integrateinto the larger social structure of the Philippine life.  
  5. This book documents the 1984 drought and famine in Ethiopia.  
  6. This books discusses honey and beekeeping in Florida from honey facts to varieties of honey to recipes to honey nutrition and laws involved with honey production.  
  7. For the person wanting to produce at least some of his food, there's no more practical meat animal than the domestic rabbit. This book includes photographs and drawings to illumine the text, helping the novice to understand the finer points of dealing with rabbits, the basic points that most book...  
  8. This is a book for travelers and armchair travelers and for all who would understand the world in which we live.  
  9. The objective of this book on plant and animal pest control was to outline, for each of the several classes of pests, the principles of control where these are established; to call attention to effective procedures where true principles are not yet established; and to indicate areas of research...  
  10. The purpose of this study is to review quality-protein maize status, to determine whether its previous limitations have indeed been overcome, to consider the potential of this transformation of one of the world's major crops, and to bring an appreciation of quality-protein maize--so far little...