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On the nutrition in Kagoshima Prefecture. 7. Studies on the amino acid nutrition in both of the farm village of coast district and the forestry village of mountain district



On the nutrition in Kagoshima Prefecture. 7. Studies on the amino acid nutrition in both of the farm village of coast district and the forestry village of mountain district



Jap. J. Nutrition. 28: 159-165



Parts 1 to 6 not found but there are references to earlier surveys in Kagoshima Prefecture; Absts. 7631, Vol. 38; 1085, Vol. 40 and 5934, Vol. 41; Title 6574, Vol. 39 ibid. 1969, 27, 199; the last has no English summary. 7. A coastal farming village and a mountain forestry village in Kagoshima Prefecture were studied. In each, the amino acid intake was over the amounts recommended by Leverton (p. 477 in Abst. 5163, Vol. 30), Rose (Abst. 3891, Vol. 19) and FAO (p. 1351, col. 2, Vol. 20).

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