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Science and Food Supplies

Naturevolume 134pages798799 (1934) | Download Citation

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A NUMBER of topics came under discussion at the recent symposium on food preservation held by Section I (Physiology) on September 11 during the annual meeting of the British Associ ation at Aberdeen, and a wealth of information and suggestion of biochemical and physiological interest was forthcoming from the authors of the papers. In general, the communications were in fact far too condensed and obviously represented an attempt, which we understand was made at request, to provide a review of the underlying problems of food preservation.

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