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61 CLIMATOLOGICAL OUTLOOK FOR THE COMING YEAR E. Arlo Richardson
62 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES: WHERE DO THEY WANT TO LIVE? Stephen Kan , Michael B. Toney and William F. Stinner Young people are favoring country life to city living; a reverse in the trend of a decade ago.
64 CAN'T DIGEST MILK? THE CULPRIT MAY BE LACTOSE! Eileen D. Cowles and Bonita W. Wyse Intestinal upset from fluid milk can be avoided without nutritional deficiencies. Alternatives are listed .
66 SMALL AND PART-TIME FARMS IN UTAH Roice H. Anderson The economic status of the small farmer is analyzed using the most recent agricultural census data.
70 SCREENING SOME GREEN MIGRANTS M. Coburn Williams Many purposely introduced plants have become aggressive and rampant weeds. A prevention program is reviewed .
74 THE ANIMAL TUMOR PROGRAM: CANCER IMMUNOTHERAPY Stephen J . Kleinschuster Recent successes with a unique animal tumor system give credence to the potentials of immunotherapy for human cancer.
82 DUCKWEED: NOT JUST FOR THE BIRDS Michael A. Walsh and Julie M. Palmer Extensive work with a tiny fresh water plant reveals a viable source of animal feed as well as a model for outer space studies.
86 PROJECTS IN PROGRESS Lois M. Cox This feature heralds things to come. Its brief samplings of ongoing research describe the hows and whys of anticipated results.
"Utah Science Vol. 40 No. 3, September 1979,"
Utah Science: Vol. 40
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