. Soils and plant life as related to agriculture . Agriculture; Soils; Plants. 120 SOILS AND PLANT LIFE cumulated in the kernels as to make them hard and doughy. 94. The Forms and Uses of the Various Food Materials in the Seed. — As the food accumulates within the seeds, part of it assumes the form of grains, or granules, which often resemble to some extent minute oyster shells; and inclosed in certain parts of some seeds, oil may be seen in the form of tiny droplets. A person who has made a careful study of the subject can detect adulterations in. Courtesy Iowa State College. Fig. 41. — X fee

. Soils and plant life as related to agriculture . Agriculture; Soils; Plants. 120 SOILS AND PLANT LIFE cumulated in the kernels as to make them hard and doughy. 94. The Forms and Uses of the Various Food Materials in the Seed. — As the food accumulates within the seeds, part of it assumes the form of grains, or granules, which often resemble to some extent minute oyster shells; and inclosed in certain parts of some seeds, oil may be seen in the form of tiny droplets. A person who has made a careful study of the subject can detect adulterations in. Courtesy Iowa State College. Fig. 41. — X fee Stock Photo
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. Soils and plant life as related to agriculture . Agriculture; Soils; Plants. 120 SOILS AND PLANT LIFE cumulated in the kernels as to make them hard and doughy. 94. The Forms and Uses of the Various Food Materials in the Seed. — As the food accumulates within the seeds, part of it assumes the form of grains, or granules, which often resemble to some extent minute oyster shells; and inclosed in certain parts of some seeds, oil may be seen in the form of tiny droplets. A person who has made a careful study of the subject can detect adulterations in. Courtesy Iowa State College. Fig. 41. — X feed lot scene. foodstuiTs, such as corn meal in wheat or buckwheat flour, or ground peas or beans in ground coffee, by the form of the starch and protein grains. A good stock raiser knows the use of the various kinds of food stored in the seeds. He knows that protein builds tissue, and must be provided in considerable amounts for growing animals and milch cows; and furthermore, he knows that foods containing starch, sugars, or fats and oils, yield heat and muscular energy and produce fat if fed in excess, — but that they not build tissue. The ration for his growing pigs and milch cows includes. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Cunningham, Jules Cool, 1879-; Lancelot, William Henry, 1874-. New York : Macmillan

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