EurekaMag.com logo
+ Site Statistics
References:
52,654,530
Abstracts:
29,560,856
PMIDs:
28,072,755
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
EurekaMag Most Shared ContentMost Shared
EurekaMag PDF Full Text ContentPDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full TextRequest PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedInFollow on LinkedIn

+ Translate

Population growth and food supply with special emphasis on the problems of the developing countries



Population growth and food supply with special emphasis on the problems of the developing countries



Wiss. Z. Humboldt. Univ., math.-naturw. Reihe. Berlin, 15: 1, 155-75



The developing areas are characterized by a rapid growth of population and an inadequate increase in food production. By the year 2000, agricultural production in these areas will need to be two-and-a-half or even four times its present volume.

(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 014611494

Download citation: RISBibTeXText



Related references

Food supply and population growth in developing countries: a case study of Taiwan. Agricultural Policy in Developing Countries Proceedingsof a Conference: 77-191, 1974

Food legume processing and utilization (with special emphasis on application in developing countries). Food legume processing and utilization with special emphasis on application in developing countries: 88, 1976

Extract: This report assesses the world food and financial outlook as of mid-June 1981 and its implications for the food import and food aid needs of 68 developing countries in the lowest income developing countries. It analyzes the outlook for the world supply and demand of basic foodstuffs including cereals, oilseeds, and roots and tubers and provides information on the food requirements for each of the countries analyzed. Foreign agricultural economic report US Dept of Agriculture Economic Research Service: 81 (168), 1981

Economic problems and contradictions in the use of mineral fertilizers for the solution of food supply problems in the developing countries. Beitrage zur tropischen Landwirtschaft und Veterinarmedizin 20(3): 217-229, 1982

Problems of food supply in developing countries - nature, causes and effects. Ikonomicheska Mis"l 24(2): 56-67, 1980

Food supply and population in developing countries: present status and prospects. Agricultural Policy in Developing Countries Proceedingsof a Conference: 64-174, 1974

Some food and nutrition problems in developing countries with special reference to Sudan. World Review of Nutrition and Dietetics 51: 74-104, 1987

Regional cooperation and international trade with agricultural products in developing countries with food supply problems. 1995

Regional cooperation and international trade in agricultural products in developing countries with food supply security problems. Regionale Kooperation und internationaler Handel mit Agrarprodukten in Entwicklungslandern bei Ernahrungssicherungsproblemen: vi + 291 pp., 1995

The art of beginning. First experiences and problems of Western expatriates in developing countries with special emphasis on rural development and rural education. The art of beginning First experiences and problems of Western expatriates in developing countries with special emphasis on rural development and rural education: 174, 1983

Statement on food supply in developing countries. Seminar on the theme: the foreign policy relevance of world food supply questions in the 1980s. Agrarwirtschaft 29(10): 295-298, 1980

Debit and credit in world food supply. Review of food supply in developing countries. Zeitschrift fur Auslandische Landwirtschaft 16(4): 342-359, 1977

Food and interdependence. The effect of food and agricultural policies of developed countries on the food problems of the developing countries. Food and interdependence The effect of food and agricultural policies of developed countries on the food problems of the developing countries: 51, 1976

Problems of nutrition and food policy Developing countries, developed countries, countries with market economies. World review of nutrition and dietetics1(41): 1-39, 1983

Urban food supply and distribution in developing countries and countries in transition: a guide for planners. AGSF Occasional Paper/Documento Ocasional (3): vi + 64 pp., 2005