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Formerly bound volume of Supplee's publications [series]:
Various publications and reprints of which Supplee was an author. Many of the publications have additional authors as well.

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Variations in the Tests for Fat in Cream and Skimmed Milk
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Preliminary Note on Certain Changes in Some of the Nitrogenous Constituents of Milk Caused by Bacteria
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The Lecithin Content of Butter and its Possible Relationship to the Fishy Flavor
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Relation of Fodder to the Antiscorbutic Potency and Salt Content of Milk
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Comparaison au point de vue nutritif des laits liquides et desseches; Variations in Bacteria Counts from Milk as Affected by Media and Incubation Temperature; Bacterial Quality of Machine and Hand Drawn Milk; Citric Acid Content of Milk and Milk Products
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Fat Analysis of Milk Powder; Bacterial Content of Milk Powder; The Copper Content of Cows' Milk; Bacteria Counts of Milk Powder as Obtained by the Microscopic Method; Bacterial Counts of Milk as Obtained by Various Media; Constructive Policies and Methods for Milk Improvement
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Copper as a Constituent in Woman's and Cow's Milk. Its Absorption and Excretion by the Infant; Report of Committee on Dairy Methods
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Report of Committee on Dairy Methods; The Keeping Quality of Dry Milk; Sur la solubilite de la poudre de lait
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The Solubility of Milk Powder as Affected by Moisture Content; Dry Milk for School Service
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Humidity Equilibria of Milk Powders; Variations in the Antiscorbutic Properties of Dry Milk; Method of Packing Food Products Container Therefor
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Richesse en vitamines du lait liquide et du lait sec; The Use of Milk in Bread; Antirachitic Properties of Irradiated Dry Milk
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The Concentrated Water Soluble Fraction of Milk as a Source of Vitamin B
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The Bacteriology of Dry Milk
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Seasonal Variations in Certain Inorganic Constituents of Dry Milk Produced in New York and Wisconsin; The Action of Irradiated Ergosterol on Rats and Chickens
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The Comparative Antirachitic and Calcifying Properties of Irradiated Milk and Milk Derivatives; The Effect of Ultraviolet Irradiation on the Antiscorbutic Vitamin of Liquid and Dry Milk; Method of Irradiating Milk Solids with Ultra-Violet Rays and the Product of Such Method; The Relative Antineuritic (Vitamin "B") Potency of Certain Milk Derivatives; The Growth-Promoting Properties (Vitamin B Complex) of the Concentrated Water-Soluble Portion of Milk
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Le lait naturel liquide et le lait sec dans l'etiologie de certaines anemies; Irradiated Milk: The Energy Requirements for Antirachitic Activation; Irradiated Milk: The Amount of Vitamin D and its Rate of Formation; L'activation antirachitique du lait au point de vue physique et biologique; Irradiated Milk: The Amount of Energy Required to Prevent Rickets in Chickens; The Vitamin "B" and "G" Content of Dry Skimmed Milk and Dry Whey; Irradiated Milk: The Influence of the Intensity and Character of the Radiations on the Antirachitic Potency; The Prevention and Cure of Rickets through Irradiated Milk
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Antirachitic Activation of Milk by Direct Irradiation with Ultra-Violet Rays; Vitamin A Content of Milk Irradiated by Various Carbon Arcs; The Irradiation of Milk with Ultra Violet Rays; Vitamin D Milk
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Studies on the Iodine Content of Milk; Process of Producing Beta Lactose; The Cholesterol Content and the Antirachitic Activation of Milk Constituents; Irradiated Milk: The Transmission and Antirachitic Activation of Milk Films by Ultra-Violet Radiations; Irradiated Milk: The Influence of Fat Content and Time of Exposure on the Antirachitic Potency; Irradiated Milk: Characteristics of the Flowing Film Required for Optimum Efficiency of Antirachitic Activation; Irradiated Milk: The Reflecting Properties and Antirachitic Activation as Affected by the Impingment Angle of the Incident Radiation; A Vitamin B Deficient Ration; The Vitamin B Supplementation of Milk; Certain Foam Producing Substances of Milk; The Iodine Content of Milk as Affected by Feeding Iodized Dry Milk; Casein Vitamin-Free
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Process of Making Vitamin-Containing Material ; Photochemical Phenomena Involved in Vitamin G (B2) Studies; The Value of the Recording Ultraviolet Meter in the Irradiation of Milk; Precipitation of Proteinaceous Matter by Chlorine
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Irradiated Evaporated Milk: The Transmission and Antirachitic Activation of Evaporated Milk Films by Ultra-Violet Radiations; The Fluorometric Estimation of Lactoflavin; Lactoflavin {and C17H20N4O6}; Lactoflavin, A Possible Contaminant of Vitamin-Free Diets; Lactoflavin, A Necessary Growth-Promoting Dietary Factor; The Influence of Dextrin and Sucrose on Growth and Dermatitis; Labco Products for Biological Research {and Supplement A1}; The Influence of Milk Constituents on the Effectiveness of Vitamin D; Pellagra-like Syndrome in Chicks; Lactoflavin in Nutrition
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Significance of Quantitative Relationships in Vitamin B Complex Studies
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Method of Irradiation; A Standard Method for the Determination of Vitamin B1
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Fluid Irradiator; Canine Pediatrics: a collection of discussions from Veterinary Medicine on Nutrition in Young Puppies; Determining Riboflavin; a Fluorometric and Biologial Method; American Pharmaceutical Manufacturers' Association Mid=year Meeting Address
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Concentration and Isolation of Water-Soluble Vitamins; Treatment of Whey; Whey as a Source of Vitamins and Vitamin Products; Method of Producing Vitamin D Product; Apparatus for Irradiation; Method of Irradiating Liquids; Method of and Apparatus for Irradiating Liquids; The Effect of Complementing Factors on the Quantitative Response and Specificity of Vitamin B6; Equilibrium Solutions of Certain Lactose-Salt Mixtures; Riboflavin is a Catalyst Controlling the Efficiency of Cellular Oxidation; The Instantaneous Heat Treatment of Milk
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Preparation of Vitamin B Concentrate; The Instantaneous Heat Treatment of Milk; Labco Products for Biological Research; Method for Purifying Lactoflavin; The Chemical Determination of Nicotinic Acid in Milk and Milk Derivatives; Factors Affecting the Gas Content of Milk; The Lethal Effectiveness of Ultra Violet Rays Applied to Milk;
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Interrelated Vitamin Requirements: Kidney Damage, Adrenal Hemorrhage and Cardiac Failure Correlated with Inadequacy of Pantothenic Acid; Factors Affecting the Riboflavin Content of the Liver; The Inverse Ratio between Flouride in Food and Drink and Dental Caries; Interrelated Vitamin Requirements
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Cardiotoxic Adreno-Sympathetic Activity in Vitamin B Deficiencies
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The Varying Requirement for Choline for Normal Metabolism of Proteins (Casein, Lactalbumin, and Soy Protein) with Particular Reference to the Hepatico-Renal Syndrome; A Comparison of Choline, Betaine and Dimethyl-Aminoethanol in the Prevention of the Hepatico-Renal Syndrome; Liquid Treating Method
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Differential Nitrogen Retention from Caseion, Lactalbumin, and Soy Protein, and Hydrolysates Therefrom
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Chemical Research and the Milk Industry