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Hannah research 1985


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The report includes summaries of animal research (nutrition, metabolism and physiology) and food research and development (mainly related to milk and milk products). It also contains the following review articles. Teamwork in the community of mammary cells, by D. R. Pitelka (pp. 63-74; 31 ref.): the 15th Hannah lecture. Applied research in milk utilization at the institute, by W. Banks (pp. 75-84). Work in the department of physical chemistry, 1972 to 1985, by D.


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