Non-traditional food sources for feeding increasing populations

an inaugural lecture delivered on Thursday, 26th October 1972, at the University [of] Ghana, Legon by D. R. MacGregor

Publisher: Ghana Universities Press in Accra

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  • Food.,
  • Agriculture.

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Statementby D. R. MacGregor.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTX353 .M252
The Physical Object
Pagination12 p. ;
Number of Pages12
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Open LibraryOL4945183M
LC Control Number76372871

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