2 edition of Marine transport of some tropical food cargoes to cold climates found in the catalog.
Marine transport of some tropical food cargoes to cold climates
M. C. Gough
Bibliography: p. 33-34.
|Series||Bulletin / Natural Resources Institute -- 69, Bulletin (Natural Resources Institute (Great Britain)) -- 69.|
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|Pagination||vi, 34 p. :|
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Food and its importance; Tropics and subtropics; Losses of stored food; Factors affecting food value and deterioration; Design of stores; Drying methods; Storage methods; Insect control methods; Rodent control methods; Some economic aspects. Bibliography: p. Pages:
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