Study of the chemical composition of a full-term bovine foetus

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Study of the chemical composition of a full-term bovine foetus

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[-] show simple item record Hogan, Albert Garland, b. 1884 en 2012-10-02T21:01:27Z 2012-10-02T21:01:27Z 1912 eng
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dc.description Includes bibliographical references
dc.description M.A. University of Missouri 1912
dc.description.abstract Attention has been frequently directed to the prenatal development of various animals, as well as of man. This embryonic development of the bovine foetus is to be the subject of special investigation by the Agricultural College of the University of Missouri, and this analysis of a new born calf is intended as one of a series of contributions on that point. Most analyses of this nature have been confined to the mineral constituents, at least parallel work is not available here. In fact, very little similar work of any kind has been done on domestic animals. Still a comparison of work similar in any respect is interesting and may be of value, although the composition of a new born calf, or of a calf embryo, may be slightly different from that of any other species.
dc.format.extent 60 leaves
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.publisher University of Missouri
dc.subject.lcsh Cattle -- Embryos -- Physiology
dc.subject.lcsh Cattle -- Fetuses -- Physiology
dc.subject.lcsh Cattle -- Growth
dc.subject.lcsh Cattle -- Development
dc.subject.lcsh Fetus -- Development
dc.title Study of the chemical composition of a full-term bovine foetus en
dc.type Thesis Agricultural chemistry eng University of Missouri--Columbia eng Masters M.A.
dc.identifier.merlin b24401924
dc.identifier.oclc 25326346
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