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"Food and Population," speech at Farm and Home Conference, UC Davis
Kleiber, Max
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UC Davis, University Library, Special Collections
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The Food and Population speech was given by Max Kleiber, Professor of Animal Physiology at UC Davis, at the Farm and Home Conference, at UC Davis, on January 29, 1959. The recording also contains Kleiber’s speech, How Sure is Science, given to Sigma Xi initiates on May 8, 1958.
1/4 inch audio tape
1 Tape of 1
University of California, Davis, Library, Special Collections
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