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A simple definition of ecology "...is the relationship of man, beast, fish, fowl, vegetation and all other forms of life to each other, to the living soil, and to the total environment." It is logical to assume that any factors which interfere with or disrupt this relationship at any stage, or stages, will produce pathological changes in the higher forms of life. Adequate nutrition is essential for mankind if life on this earth is to continue. The rise and fall of civilizations is closely related to the way mankind has handled the thin, green carpet of living soil upon which his existence depends. History suggests that a decline in soil fertility is always accompanied by a corresponding decline in the vigor of the people who dwell upon it.