Protein to feed a hungry world
AuthorsBenjamin H. Beard
Milton D. Miller
Authors AffiliationsProceedings editors and co-authors of this summary are Benjamin H. Beard, Research Geneticist and Research Leader, Oilseed Crops Production, Agricultural Research Service, USDA, at Davis; Milton D. Miller, Extension Agronomist, Emeritus, U.C. Division of Agricultural Sciences.
Hilgardia 31(1):14-16. DOI:10.3733/ca.v031n01p14. January 1977.
The basic cause of famines has been social mores and economically induced, unequal food distribution, according to speakers at a seminar series on protein.
Beard B, Miller M. 1977. Protein to feed a hungry world. Hilgardia 31(1):14-16. DOI:10.3733/ca.v031n01p14
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