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close this bookBioconversion of Organic Residues for Rural Communities (UNU, 1979)
close this folderPerspectives on bioconversion of organic residues for rural communities
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View the documentSources of available nutrients
View the documentThe most suitable materials for bioconversion
View the documentCharacteristics of residues
View the documentBioconversion systems
View the documentPhysical and chemical treatments
View the documentMicrobial conversion
View the documentThe animal conversion phase
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References

1. E. Saouma, statement at the opening session of the Fifth International Congress of Food Science and Technology. Kyoto, Japan, 17 - 22 September 1978. (Proceedings in press.)

2. F. Aylward, "Food Safety: Novel Foods," paper presented at the Fifth International Congress of Food Science and Technology, Kyoto, Japan 17 - 22 September 1978. (Proceedings in press.)

3. E.M. Mrak, "The World Food Problem and Meeting the Challenge," paper presented at the Fifth International Congress of Food Science and Technology, Kyoto, Japan, 17 - 22 September 1978. (Proceedings in press.)

4. Protein-Calorie Advisory Group of the United Nations System (PAG) Guideline No. 6, "Preclinical Testing of Novel Sources of Protein," United Nations, New York, 1970.

5. PAG Guideline No. 15, "Nutritional and Safety Aspects of Novel Protein Sources for Animal Feeding," United Nations, New York, 1974.

6. P. van der Wal, "The Future of Single-Cell Proteins: The Nutritional and Safety Aspects," paper presented at the Fifth International Conference on Global Impacts of Applied Microbiology, Bangkok, 21 - 26 November 1977.