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書名 United Nations Conference on the Application of Science and Technology for the Benefit of the Less Developed Areas papers. D.4-D.6.1
出版項 Geneva : United Nations, 1963
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 近史所郭廷以圖書館  A 338.91 U58u  D.4-D.6.1    在架上    30550100418779
 Agenda item: D.4 
 E/CONF.39/D/1Antibiotics in the preservation of fresh meat and poultry / Alfred Ginsberg 
 E/CONF.39/GR.27(D)Food processing and preservation: report of the Conference Secretary-General 
 E/CONF.39/D/43The progress in the conservation of surplus agriculture and fishery products in the UAR / Abdel Azez Hussein, Omar Foda 
 E/CONF.39/D/159The transition from primitive to industrial methods of milling nixtamal maize, a basic Mexican foodstuff / G. Salorio, J. Garcia Arroyo, M. Velarde 
 E/CONF.39/D/166Food preservation as a means of utilising surplus agricultural and fisheries production for internal distribution and consumption and for export: to less developed regions or countries / Rufino Beltran Vivar, Fernando Beltran Cortes, Ramiro Campos Nordmann 
 E/CONF.39/D/174Food processing and the developing society / James E. Wickersham 
 E/CONF.39/D/194Value of irradiation of agricultural produce and foodstuffs in less-developed regions / Pierre Vidal 
 Agenda item: D.4.1 
 E/CONF.39/D/28The assessment of the health hazard to consumers arising from the use of chemicals in food: processing and preservation / L. Golberg 
 E/CONF.39/D/86Dehydration of foodstuffs in countries of the tropical zone (Africa) / M.B. Rouge 
 E/CONF.39/D/134Food preservation as a means to conserving surplus agricultural and fisheries production for distribution and consumption / P.K. Kymal, A. Sreenivasan, V. Subramanyan 
 E/CONF.39/D/158The long-term preservation of canned goods / Major Ramel 
 E/CONF.39/D/194Breeding vegatable varieties of the so-called temperate-zone vegetables for sub-tropical and tropical conditions / Marcilio de Souza Dias 
 Agenda item: D.4.2 
 E/CONF.39/D/13Application of instrumental analytical methods for iron, tin, lead and zinc in canned fish / M.T. Aguas da Silva, Inez Soares 
 E/CONF.39/D/33Marketing of foodstuffs: structural development / F. Parfait, J. Millon 
 E/CONF.39/D/57A new method of ensiling foodstuffs and feedstuffs of vegetable and animal origin / Ragnar Nilsson, Conrad Rydin 
 E/CONF.39/D/62Present and future trends in the use of plastics, paper and board for packaging and distribution / David J. Liston 
 E/CONF.39/D/68Establishment and operation of a tropical center for the study of food technology / Andre Tosello 
 E/CONF.39/D/70The permeability to water vapour of thin, flexible plastic films, as a function of thickness, temperature and humidity / Ph. Blanche 
 E/CONF.39/D/80Aseptically packed milk in one-way containers with a shelf-life of 4 weeks without refrigeration: a revolutionary new technique with impact on milk distribution, dairy localization and milk production potentials / Hans Rausing 
 E/CONF.39/D/88Food preservation by low dose gamma irradiation / R.F. Errington 
 E/CONF.39/D/123The methods of intensifying the processes of drying chemical products, foodstuffs and construction materials / A.V. Lykov 
 E/CONF.39/D/136Commercially feasible methods for the dehydration of meat / A.R. Prater 
 E/CONF.39/D/147Drying of tree fruits with particular reference to dehydration and pre-treatment with sulphur dioxide / D. McBean 
 E/CONF.39/D/152Simple techniques foor the bulk handling and storage of fruit / E.G. Hall, J.D. Mellor 
 E/CONF.39/D/157Cold storage, freezing facilities and transport equipment for frozen food / Per-Oskar Persson 
 E/CONF.39/C/202Problems concerning pest control program in countries with small farms, with special reference to the pest control program in Taiwan, Republic of China / Gideon T. Lew 
 Agenda item: D.4.3 
 E/CONF.39/D/35Problem of bulk storage and the prospects of new techniques in this field: ministry of food and agriculture / S.V. Pingale, N.S. Agrawal 
 E/CONF.39/D/101Present and future developments in bulk storage of produce / F.N. Wright 
 Agenda item: D.5 
 E/CONF.39/D/27Industrialization of coconut products and by-products / Canuto G. Manuel 
 E/CONF.39/D/47Products of animal and plant origin and substitutes / M. abdel Moneim Kamal 
 E/CONF.39/GR.56(D)Products of animal and vegetable origin and substitutes: report of the Conference Secretary-General 
 E/CONF.39/D/178The role of the forest products industry in economic development / Clark C. Heritage 
 E/CONF.39/D/189Integral industrialization of the babassu palm including local gas and power production / Emilio Carvalho Tavares de Mattos, Hugo Melzer 
 Agenda item: D.5.1 
 E/CONF.39/D/15Industrial development: pulp and paper / A. Seetharamiah, N. Narasimhan 
 E/CONF.39/D/21The utilization of tropical hardwood plantation timbers for pulp and paper making / D.G. Coursey 
 E/CONF.39/D/24The utilisation of tropical products for pulp paper and building board production / A.E. Chittenden 
 E/CONF.39/D/60The pulping processes of today and their main characteristics / Waldemar Jensen 
 E/CONF.39/D/61Research into cellulose production in Africa / G. Petroff 
 E/CONF.39/D/66Corrugated board and its components / Arne Juselius 
 E/CONF.39/D/84Some aspects on the treatment of spent liquors from the cellulose industries in order to reduce pollution / Rolf Brannland 
 E/CONF.39/D/89Production of bamboo and bamboo pulp: its importance in the South-East Asia / Koichiro Ueda, Kazuki Ono 
 E/CONF.39/D/117Fundamental factors influencing the behaviour of paper products under extreme climatic conditions / H.G. Higgins, A.J. Watson 
 E/CONF.39/D/165Situation and prospects of the paper and wood-pulp industry in Mexico / Juan Delgado Navarro 
 E/CONF.39/D/169The Italian contribution to the development of the pulp and paper industry in certain countries under industrial development / Giuseppe Viola 
 E/CONF.39/D/170Implications for developing countries of recent technical advances in the production of pulp and paper / Hans Wilhelm Giertz 
 E/CONF.39/D/181Pulp and paper / Faroug El Tayeb El Hadi 
 Agenda item: D.5.4 
 E/CONF.39/D/25New sources of essential oils in tropical countries / G.B. Pickering 
 E/CONF.39/D/32The improvement of the quality of tropical vegetable oils / J.A. Cornelius 
 E/CONF.39/D/90Possibilities of new sources for producing galactomannan gums / Tomas Rique 
 E/CONF.39/D/115Tannin-formaldehyde adhesives / K.P. Plomley 
 Agenda item: D.5.4 - D.5.5 
 E/CONF.39/D/100New techniques in the processing of vegetable oils and fats of special interest for tropical areas / Ben Braae 
 Agenda item: D.6 
 E/CONF.39/GR.17(D)Textiles: report of the Conference Secretary-General 
 Agenda item: D.6.1 
 E/CONF.39/D/46Possibilities of producing viscose, rayon and nylon from available local raw materials and blends with natural fibres / H.M. El-Behery 
 E/CONF.39/D/50Methods of improving the quality of low grade egyptian cotton products, through improved methods of processing / I.A.H. Shahin, E.A.R. Higazi 
 E/CONF.39/D/69The harvesting, ginning and cleaning of cotton / J.J. Vincent 
 E/CONF.39/D/76New methods of textile technology / Joseph Houska 
 E/CONF.39/D/114Methods of increasing the usefulness of natural wool / F.G. Lennox 
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