Agriculture is the production, processing, marketing, and use of foods, fibers and byproducts from plant crops and animals. Agriculture was the key development that led to the rise of human civilization; with the domestication of animals and plants, creating food surpluses that enabled the development of more densely populated and stratified societies. The study of agriculture is known as agricultural science.
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t. 1. Pentateuque -- t. 2. Josué. Les Juges. Ruth. Ier et IIe Livres de Samuel. Ier et IIe Livres des Rois. Ier et IIe Livres des Paralipomènes. -- t. 3. Ier et IIe Livres d'Esdras. Tobie. Judith. Esther. Ier et IIe Livres des Machabées. Job. -- t. 4. Les Psaumes. Les Proverbes. L'Ecclésiaste. Le Cantique des Cantiques. La Sagesse. L'Ecclesiastique. -- t. 5. Les Prophetes -- t. 6. Les quatre Évangiles. Les Actes des Apôtres. -- t. 7. Les Épîtres. L'Apocalypse de S. Jean. Les Livres apocryphes
Latest issue consulted: Vol. 33 (Oct. 1996); No. 1-4 issued by the Montana Dept. of Agriculture, Labor and Industry in cooperation with the U.S. Bureau of Agricultural Economics; no. 5-(6) issued by the Montana Dept. of Agriculture in cooperation with the
Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; Historical Literature; Indexed in: Michigan. State board of agriculture. General index of Michigan agricultural reports, including the Transactions of the State agricultural so
Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; Historical Literature