Stored-food product insects and their relationship to packaging problems
Landrock, Arthur Harold
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This thesis was written as an attempt to provide the food packaging technologist with as much background as possible to enable him to understand the biological principles involved in insect infestations of food packages. Considerable factual information on most insects likely to be encountered as food pests is included as a reference source for those who are concerned with controlling these insects. A large number of figures have been included in order that the beginner in this field will not need to search for references showing illustrations of points made in the text. Most of these figures are original.
Thesis (M.A.)--Boston University, 1950
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