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Managing change to enhance technological orientation and knowledge among library staff
Librarians are constantly urged to gain technological knowledge or jeopardize their professional importance. This necessitates change for many librarians and often produces feelings of anxiety. CanExpand
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Enzyme formation and polysaccharide synthesis by bacteria.
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The Bactericidal Action of the Quinones and Allied Compounds.
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On the Protective and Curative Properties of Certain Foodstuffs against Polyneuritis induced in Birds by a Diet of Polished Rice.
  • E. A. Cooper
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of hygiene
  • 1 December 1912
IN a previous communication (Cooper, 1913) the amounts of various raw foodstuffs, e.g. beef, heart-muscle, brain, fish, egg-yolk, lentils, and barley were set.forth which were sufficient to preventExpand
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The Influence of Metabolic Factors in Beri-Beri: Part I. The Effect of increasing the Carbohydrate Ration on the Development of Polyneuritis in Birds fed on Polished Rice.
(1) Chickens fed on a 1/20th their body-weight daily of padi, cured or parboiled unpolished rice, or fresh (partly polished) rice, remain free from polyneuritis for at least 28 to 100 days. (2)Expand
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