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The use of natural cold in the processing and storage of food in the extreme conditions of Yakutia

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ABSTRACT

The basic directions of development on the use of natural cold in the processing and storage of food in the extreme conditions of Yakutia are discussed in this paper.

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F. Abramov, A. (2013) The use of natural cold in the processing and storage of food in the extreme conditions of Yakutia. Agricultural Sciences, 4, 1-4. doi: 10.4236/as.2013.49B001.

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