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The principles of animal nutrition. With special reference to the nutrition of farm animals

By: Armsby, Henry Prentiss, 1853-1921
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The principles of animal nutrition, with special reference to the nutrition of farm animals

By: Armsby, Henry Prentiss, 1853-1921
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The principles of animal nutrition. With special reference to the nutrition of farm animals

By: Armsby, Henry Prentiss, 1853-1921
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Nutrition investigations in Pittsburgh, Pa., 1894-1896

By: Bevier, Isabel, 1860-1942

...AR rMi':Nr oi- A(;kicui/riJRi':, OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS. T X 551 B8 NUTRITION INVESTIGATIONS I'lTTSBlJRC, PA,. i,s.i.j-iS()0, Professor of Natu... ... i)KPARrMi<:Nr oi- .\(;KicL;i;ruRi':, OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS. 2^ -i NUTRITION INVIiSTIGATIONS I'lTTSBURG, l>A., iSg4-iSi)(i Professor of Natura... ...immeiliate supervision of Prof. W. (). Atwater, special agent in charge of nutrition investiga- tions, in accordance with instructions given by the Di... ...al work was carried on in the laboratory of the special agent in charge of nutrition investigations at Middletown, Conn. Professor P.evier's report is... ...isi'ussion of results 4.5 Bakery experiment 16 Discussion of results 47 NUTRITION INVESTIGATIONS IN PITTSHnR(;, PA., i8(j4-i(S(j6. THE DIETARY STUD...

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Nutritional physiology

By: Stiles, Percy Goldthwait, 1875-1936

...ted to Professor Graham Lusk, the comprehensive " Elements of the Science of Nutrition" from the pen of that master formed an important guide to his p... ...n bare outline, with the purpose of subordinating all else to the subject of nutrition. Chemical formulae have been excluded from the text and used bu... ... THE MAINTENANCE OF THE BODY TEMPERATURE 205 *-. CHAPTER XXII THE HYGIENE OF NUTRITION . . 213 TABLE OF CONTENTS 9 CHAPTER XXIII PAGE THE HYGIENE OF ... ...M 267 CHAPTER XXVIII THE NERVOUS SYSTEM ITS HIGHER WORK 277 INDEX.. . 287 NUTRITIONAL PHYSIOLOGY CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION The Modern Emphasis in Biol... ... is found to be more complex in structure and more varied in response 11 12 NUTRITIONAL PHYSIOLOGY than had been supposed. Physiologists are bound to... ...ical protoplasm. The process through which food becomes an integral part 14 NUTRITIONAL PHYSIOLOGY of the cell is called assimilation. The word empha... ... same sense when we speak of the assimilation of immigrant peoples. The word nutrition is used in about the same way as assimilation, the only distinc... ...he same way as assimilation, the only distinction being that we speak of the nutrition of cells (or cell- aggregates), while we speak of the assimilat... ...ptions movement is exhibited only by those systematically arranged cells 16 NUTRITIONAL PHYSIOLOGY which form the contractile tissues. Almost all the...

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Newer aspects of the nutrition problem

By: Hopkins, Frederick Gowland, Sir 1861-1947

...AI: EDWARD EVANS & SONS, LTD. 30 NORTH SZECHUEN ROAD NEWER ASPECTS OF THE NUTRITION PROBLEM BY F. GOWLAND HOPKINS Professor of Biological Chemistry U... ...kins, of Cambridge University, England. Medal Address Newer Aspects of the Nutrition Problem By F. Gowland Hopkins PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, ... ...SOR OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, CAM- BRIDGE, ENGLAND NUTRITIONAL STUDIES AS A BRANCH OP APPUED CHEMISTRY The study of nutrition ... ...ience is applied. The successful pursuit of biochemistry, of which science nutritional studies form a part, calls for a second discipline. The young c... ...s a whole, and not least to that branch of it which comprises the study of nutrition. There is of course one method of estimating the nutritional need... ...andpoint of ener- getics. Indeed, as the last century closed, the facts of nutrition were coming to be viewed more and more exclusively from this stan... ... in the body came to be measured gave rise in the minds of all students of nutrition to a sense of real accomplishment and to a feeling that, in addit... ... underestimating for one moment the value of thermal studies as applied to nutrition, I think it must be ad- mitted that they in themselves can never ... ...ast twenty years have contributed to our views concerning animal and human nutrition will not doubt what I have said earlier as to the importance of t...

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The elements of the science of nutrition

By: Lusk, Graham, 1866-1932
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Scientific nutrition simplified: a condensed statement and explanation for everybody of the discoveries of Chittenden, Fletcher, and others

By: Brown, Goodwin, 1852-1912
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The physiology of alimentation

By: Fischer, Martin, 1879
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The physiology of alimentation

By: Fischer, Martin, 1879
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Scientific nutrition simplified: a condensed statement and explanation for everybody of the discoveries of Chittenden, Fletcher, and others

By: Brown, Goodwin, 1852-1912
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Scientific nutrition simplified: a condensed statement and explanation for everybody of the discoveries of Chittenden, Fletcher, and others

By: Brown, Goodwin, 1852-1912
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Nutritional physiology

By: Stiles, Percy Goldthwait, 1875-1936

...jpgicians; ant ^urgeonis l^eference ILibvavp BOOKS BY PERCY G. STILES Nutritional Physiology i2mo of 287 pages, illustrated. Cloth, ^1.25 net. ... ...stem and Its Conservation i2mo of 229 pages, illustrated. Cloth, $1.25 net. NUTRITIONAL PHYSIOLOGY BY PERCY GOLDTHWAIT STILES INSTRUCTOR IN PHYSIOLOG... ...SSOCIATION PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION The literature of metabolism and nutrition has long been copious, and its volume is still increasing. If a... ...o to acknowledge my indebtedness to Dr. Thorne M. Carpenter, of the Carnegie Nutrition Labor- atory, for many illuminating suggestions. P. G. S. Bosto... ...n bare outline, with the purpose of subordinating all else to the subject of nutrition. Chemical formulae have been excluded from the text and used bu... ... XXI The Maintenance of the Body Temperature 202 CHAPTER XXII The Hygiene of Nutrition 210 TABLE OF CONTENTS 9 CHAPTER XXIII PAGE The Hygiene of Nutr... ...tem 261 CHAPTER XXVIII The Nervous System — Its Higher Work 271 INDEX 281 NUTRITIONAL PHYSIOLOGY CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION The Modern Emphasis in Biol... ... is found to be more complex in structure and more varied in response 11 12 NUTRITIONAL PHYSIOLOGY than had been supposed. Physiologists are bound to... ...ical protoplasm. The process through which food becomes an integral part 14 NUTRITIONAL PHYSIOLOGY of the cell is called assimilation. The word empha...

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Nutritional physiology

By: Stiles, Percy Goldthwait, 1875-1936

...GE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Reference Library Given by uK^t^J^^^ZJ /q^ NUTRITIONAL PHYSIOLOGY BY PERCY GOLDTHWAIT STILES ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ... ...n bare outline, with the purpose of subordinating all else to the subject of nutrition. Chemical formulae have been excluded from the text and used bu... ... XXI The Maintenance of the Body Temperature 196 CHAPTER XXII The Hygiene of Nutrition 204 TABLE OF CONTENTS 9 CHAPTER XXIII PAGE The Hygiene of Nutr... ...stem 245 CHAPTER XXVII The Nervous System — Its Higher Work 255 INDEX 265 NUTRITIONAL PHYSIOLOGY CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION The Modern Emphasis in Biol... ... is found to be more complex in structure and more varied in response 11 12 NUTRITIONAL PHYSIOLOGY than had been supposed. Physiologists are bound to... ...ikeness to the material of the cell and indirectly implies that the food 14 NUTRITIONAL PHYSIOLOGY was originally foreign in its nature. We use the e... ... same sense when we speak of the assimilation of immigrant peoples. The word nutrition is used in about the same way as assimilation, the only distinc... ...he same way as assimilation, the only distinction being that we speak of the nutrition of cells (or cell- aggregates), while we speak of the assimilat... ... arranged cells which form the contractile tissues. Almost all the cells 16 NUTRITIONAL PHYSIOLOGY require their food to be in solution and of a few ...

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The nutrition class, by Charles Hendee Smith

By: Smith, Charles Hendee, b. 1876

...ITE HEALTH SCIENCES STANDARD ..^-^^^^ :rv SIrB' ] 1 J HX00044245 1 r^ V \ /nutrition J CLASS PJS.0^ CriumWa ®ntt)ers(ftp mtljeCttpofBrmgork COLLEGE O... ...10 with funding from Open Knowledge Commons http://www.archive.org/details/nutritionclassbyOOsmit The Nutrition Class By Charles Hendee Smith, M.D.... ...tritionclassbyOOsmit The Nutrition Class By Charles Hendee Smith, M.D. "NUTRITION CLASSES ARE REALLY HEALTH CLASSES" Health in Education fl *-^M'.a... ...n or NEW YORK. How TO CONDUCT A NuTEIIION ClASS December 1921.—10,000 The Nutrition Class HE study of large numbers of undernourished children during... ...reatment. No single plan will reach all of these children. In organizing a Nutrition Class it is not sufficient to select a group of children who "loo... ...something of the nature and causes of malnutrition. The state of a child's nutrition is, in general, a very good index of his health. A thin child is ... ...teracting them when they cannot be removed. In other words, a careful The Nutrition Class diagnosis must be made on every child who shows the effect ... ...be made on every child who shows the effect of ill health in his defective nutrition, before any plan of treatment can be considered. A Nutrition Clas... ...ers, social workers and dietitians can do the routine work of conducting a nutrition class, but unless they have some medical help, grave errors may e...

...l catalog subcollection information: Medical Library Collection; Medical Heritage Library; Historical Literature; Revised edition of how to conduct a nutrition class....

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Nutritional physiology

By: Stiles, Percy Goldthwait, 1875-1936
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The nutrition of man

By: Chittenden, Russell Henry, 1856-1943
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Scientific nutrition simplified: a condensed statement and explanation for everybody of the discoveries of Chittenden, Fletcher, and others

By: Brown, Goodwin, 1852-1912
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Die Geschichte Der Ernährung

By: Lichtenfelt, Dr. (Hans), B. 1857
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The Elements of the Science of Nutrition

By: Lusk, Graham, 1866-1932

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