Animal Protein Supplies by AARON M. ALTSCHUL and HAROLD L. WILCKE (Eds.)

By AARON M. ALTSCHUL and HAROLD L. WILCKE (Eds.)

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I, Low estimate; II, high estimate (ERS, 1974; Schertz, 1977). States Department of Agriculture alternative projections for the United States export of soybeans (Fig. 5). 5 million metric tons in 1973-1974. During the decade 1965-1975, the trend rose twice as fast as in the previous decade, reflecting greater export availability owing to acreage expansion and growing demand from Japan and Europe. The trend projector is aware of these factors, but there can be no certainty of trends in 1960/61 Fig.

Adv. C. Schertz, L. P. (1977). "World Needs: Shall the Hungry be with Us Always," In "Food Policy: United States Responsibility in Life and Death Choices" (P. G. Brown and H. ). Free Press, New York. UN (1973). " United Nations, New York. UN (1974). , Provisional Agenda, Item 8, p. 30. United Nations, Rome. NEW PROTEIN FOODS, VOL. 3 III T h e Evolution of A n i m a l Protein i n the H u m a n Diet MAGNUS PYKE I. Some Factors Influencing Selection of Animals for Meat A. The Domestication of Meat Animals B.

Of the 3632 million persons in the world in 1970, as shown in the United Nation's estimates of population trends in Table I, 2056 million were in Asia, 344 million in Africa, 25 //. Food and People I i 7 6 ' l , ! UN High ' Medium/ \ / / \ Low / / \ / / UN UN 5 / // \ / -j ' * / /> - 4 1 l Bogue φ , ' CO 3 - 2 - 1 - 0 1930 Fig. 1. 1 '40 1 '50 1 "60 I '70 l '80 l '90 - 200 World population projections (Bogue, 1966). and 283 million in Latin America—accounting for about 75% of the total world population.

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