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This bibliography fills a gap in the reference literature on nutrition in the Middle East by providing abstracts of all studies published from 1970 through 1986

This bibliography fills a gap in the reference literature on nutrition in the Middle East by providing abstracts of all studies published from 1970 through 1986. The geographic scope of the bibliography includes Algeria, Bahr This bibliography fills a gap in the reference literature on nutrition in the Middle East by providing abstracts of all studies published from 1970 through 1986.

This annotated bibliography is intended as a summary of the recent literature on human nutrition and food in the . This bibliography contains abstracts of works published on nutrition in the Middle East from 1970 through 1986.

This annotated bibliography is intended as a summary of the recent literature on human nutrition and food in the Middle East.

Bibliographies and Indexes in Science and Technology, no. viii+258 pages, subject index, author index. Recommend this journal. Greenwood Press, New York1988. Amal S. Ibrahim (a1). The National Cancer Institute, Cairo. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 09 March 2016.

Osman M. Galal, Gail G. Harrison, Mary Mohs. This bibliography fills a gap in the reference literature on nutrition in the Middle East by providing abstracts of all studies published from 1970 through 1986.

An Annotated Bibliography. has been added to your Cart. Most entries are books but doctoral dissertations and articles are also included. All entries are briefly annotated as to content and numbered. Arrangement is by one of eleven subjects: Historical Surveys, The Empire in Theory and Practice, The Rulers of the Empire, The Church and the Empire, The Nobility, The Peasantry, Ecclesiastical and Social History, Towns and Territories, The Empire in War and Peace, Cultural Developments, and The Reformation in the Empire. These are further divided into numerous subheadings. Subject and author indexes.

This is a bibliography on the history of science and technology in Canada. Eggleston, Wilfred, Canada's Nuclear Story Toronto: Clarke Irwin, 1965). Avery, Donald . The Science of War: Canadian Scientists and Allied Military Technology During. The Science of War: Canadian Scientists and Allied Military Technology During the Second World War, University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1998. Babaian, Sharon, Radio Communication in Canada: A Historical and Technological Survey, Transformation Series 1, National Museum of Science and Technology, Ottawa, 1992.

April 16, 2010 History. Bibliographies and indexes in science and technology,, no. 4. Food and nutrition in the Middle East, 1970-1986. Classifications.

Annotated Bibliography – Ethics of Food i Table of Contents Introduction 1 Key Texts 1 General Overviews Historical .

Joyce, L. ii, 62 leaves (Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, Agricultural Experiment Station, University Park, 1976). Joyce, L. Leadley, S. Pennsylvania Agricultural Experiment Station. AE and RS Pa State Univ Dep Agric Econ Rural Soc.

This bibliography fills a gap in the reference literature on nutrition in the Middle East by providing abstracts of all studies published from 1970 through 1986. It continues the work that was started by A Decade of Nutrition Research in the Arab World 1960-1970, published by the American University of Beirut. The geographic scope of the bibliography includes Algeria, Bahrain, egypt, Ethiopia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emiratges, and North and South Yemen; it also includes studies from other countries, such as Afghanistan, that have substantial Arab or Islamic populations. Information is also supplied for works that examine the nutrition of Middle Eastern guest workers and their families in Europe, or which focus on Islamic migrants to that continent. Relevant intercountry studies, projects, and conferences are referenced as well.

The population focus of this bibliography is on people who consume primarily the Middle Eastern diet. Although human nutrition is the main subject, this necessarily also involves works which treat animal nutrition, toxicology, agriculture, epidemiology, parasitology, food technology, medical therapy, and cultural practices. The bibliography is organized and cross-indexed by years of publication, country examined, first author's last name, and main and secondary topics for ease of use. English-language abstracts are provided for every article.