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A study of the factors influencing the ability of the animal to digest its food
(University of Missouri, 1916)
The purpose of the digestion trials, to be discussed in this paper, was to determine the effect of various factors on the ability of the animal to digest its food. The object of these experiments is somewhat different from the great majority...
A study of the physical and chemical properties of the soil as influenced by cowpea culture
(University of Missouri, 1913)
In the past twenty-five years much experimental work has been done with cowpeas, in relation to cultural methods, fertilization, and variety tests, but practically nothing has been written with regard to the direct effect ...
Investigation upon the nitrogen, phosphorus, sulfur, and ash content of three beef animals, with special study upon the forms of sulfur
(University of Missouri, 1917)
This thesis explores the chemical composition of beef cattle, with special attention given to nitrogen, phosphorus, sulfur, and ash content. A review of previous research is provided as well as a description of an experiment carried out...
The most favorable temperatures for the cooking of some typical foods
(University of Missouri, 1915)
A search through available published material on the subject of the cooking of foods reveals for the most part only recommendations of fairly wide ranges rather than definite limits of temperature for the cooking of specified ...
A study of the processes of fat metabolism and methods for the determination of fat
(University of Missouri, 1914)
Our present conception of how fat is absorbed is indeed very modern. The most work has been done within the last fifteen or twenty years. It shall be my purpose to go into a detailed account of the work of modern investigators, ...