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9/6/11 Learning Objectives – Today and Tuesday Respond intelligently, with information and data, to the general question, “What should I eat?” List the inputs and energetic costs that lead to different meals. Read a paper from the primary literature. Describe what a fossil fuel is and relate it to “current sunshine” and Net Primary Productivity. Describe some of the agricultural uses of water and how food production generates
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9/6/11 Inputs and Energetic Costs Melting Chromium, nickel, iron, carbon, etc. Casti ng Formi ng Cutti ng Finishi ng Pai nt Top, handle, non-slip bottom Crafti ng Burin
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Exercise 1 . Come up with a list of inputs and energetic costs needed to produce the following three meals, each of which falls within one of the dietary patterns examined in Baroni et al. 1. Meal #1 – Big Mac, large French fries, and large Coke from McDonald’s 2. Meal #2 – Lean ground beef patty from a grass-fed cow outside or Georgia, a baked potato from Idaho, a pre-packaged salad mix from California, bottled water to drink. 3.
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This note was uploaded on 09/06/2011 for the course BIOL 1104 taught by Professor Stanger-hall during the Spring '08 term at UGA.

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