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agricultural energetics
1. The various forms of energy involved in the process of agriculture, either as inputs (for example, human labor, animal power, electricity, etc.) or as useful output (such as, food, manure, etc.).
2. Specifically, the relationship between energy in the form of food produced and the energy input required to achieve this production.
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