DR. F. AVERY JONES

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Effects of peptide concentrations on microbial metabolism were investigated using a basal diet in which peptides replaced urea as a N source at levels of 0, 10, 20, and 30% of total N. The basal diet contained 17.8% CP and 46% nonstructural carbohydrates. Each diet was provided to continuous cultures of rumen contents operating at liquid and solids flow(More)
An attempt to discover factors affecting lost time injuries under varying government programs involved visits to a sampling of industries in six provinces and six states. The resulting observations are used to illustrate some variables, many of which have previously been ignored, but which must be considered in any objective study of man at work.
  • FREDERICK W. I - IOFFBAUER, DR. F. AVERY JONES
  • The American Journal of Digestive Diseases
  • 2005
Dr. Hoffbauer is particularly known for his interest in the liver. He served as editor of the series of conferences on liver injury sponsored by the Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation. Dr. Hogben trained in physiology and medicine and has been particularly interested in problems of electrolyte transport as concerns the gastrointestinal tract. He is currently(More)
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