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" ... consumed by a given weight of animal, within a given time, and the amount of increase obtained from a given weight of food. The results, which formed the subject of the present communication, afforded further illustration of some of the points brought... "
The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art - Pagina 274
1855
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Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, Volume 14

Royal Agricultural Society of England - 1853
...Sheep seemed to indicate — namely, that, as our current fattening food-stuffs go, both the amount consumed by a given weight of animal, within a given time, and that required to produce a given amount of increase, bear a much closer relationship to the amounts...
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Journal of the Chemical Society, Volume 4;Volume 19

Chemical Society (Great Britain) - 1866
...up under cover, more of the sewaged than of the unsewaged, reckoned in the fresh or green state, was both consumed by a given weight of animal within a given time, and required to produce a given weight of increase; but of real dry or solid substance, less of that of the sewaged...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1855
...assimilable nonnitrogenous rather than those of the nitrogenous constituents, which measured both the amounts consumed by a given weight of animal, within a given time, and the amount of increase obtained from a given weight of food. The results, which formed the subject...
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THE JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND

Journal of the Royal Agriculture Society fo England - 1853
...on Sheep seemed to indicate—namely, that, as our current fattening food-stuffs go, both the amount consumed by a given weight of animal, within a given time, and that required to produce a given amount of increase, bear a much closer relationship to the amounts...
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The Chemical Gazette, Volume 12

1854
...identical amounts of the dry substance of the starch and sugar thus tried against each other had both been consumed by a given weight of animal within a given time, and been required to yield a given weight of increase. The practical identity in feeding value, which had,...
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The Chemist: A Monthly Journal of Chemical Philosophy, Volume 2

1855
...which were exhibited in the room, and in which the animals had been made to rely for about one third of their total food upon the starch or sugar employed),...thus experimentally illustrated. If, therefore, sugar hud no higher feeding value than starch, the relative prices, weight for weight, of sugar and the starchy...
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Report of the Annual Meeting

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1855
...clearly goes to show, that all but identical amounts of the dry substance of Cane-Sugar and of Starch are both consumed by a given weight of animal within a given time, and are required to yield a given weight of increase. The practical identity in feeding value, which from...
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Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1855
...goes to shoiv, that all but identical amounts of the dry substance of Cane-Sugar and of Starch are both consumed by a given weight of animal within a given time, and are required to yield a given weight of increase. The practical identity in feeding value, which from...
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Annual of scientific discovery. 1855

1855
...assimilable nonnitrogenous rather than those of the nitrogenous constituents, which measured both the amounts consumed by a given weight of animal, within a given time, and the amount of increase obtained from a given weight of food. The results, which formed the subject...
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the chemist

john charles - 1855
...assimilable nonnitrogenous rather than those of the nitrogenous constituents, which measured both the amounts consumed by a given weight of animal, within a given time, and the amount of increase obtained from a given weight of food. The results, which formed the subject...
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