Economic and technological study of the irradiation of shrimps (Crangon vulgaris Fabr.) by P. Hovart

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Published by Eurisotop Office, Information and Documentation Service in [Brussels] .

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  • Irradiated shrimp.,
  • Crangon crangon.

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Bibliography: p. 160-165.

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StatementP. Hovart, W. Schietecatte, W. Vyncke.
SeriesEURISOTOP Office information booklet ;, 70, Series, monographies - Commission of the European Communities, Eurisotop Office, Information and Documentation Service ;, 19
ContributionsSchietecatte, W., joint author., Vyncke, W. joint author.
LC ClassificationsSH336.R3 H68
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Paginationvi, 165 p. :
Number of Pages165
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Open LibraryOL3915397M
LC Control Number81481515

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