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Abstracts of the thirty-second Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Division


, : Abstracts of the thirty-second Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Division. Phytropathology 63(2): 199-210

The following were among the 61 papers presented at this meeting held in Syracuse, NY, 2-3 Nov. 1972.

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Benton M.J.; Simms M.J., 1995: Testing the marine and continental fossil records. The fossil record of continental vertebrates is as good as that of echinoderms at the family level, as shown by tests of the match of cladistic and stratigraphic data and of relative completeness. If echinoderms and vertebrates are typical of thei...

Buell, P.E.; Mendez, W.M.; Dunn, J.E., 1968: Cancer of the lung among Mexican immigrant women in California. The surviving members of families were interviewed about the smoking histories of 113 Mexican-American women who had died of lung cancer during the years 1950 through 1962. The frequency of starting to smoke at a very early age was greater among t...

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Haug, H., 1981: On the proper use of point-counting and semi-automatic procedures in stereology. The influence of shape and size of structures as well as the individual effect on accurate results and the speed of evaluation in point-counting and automated planimetry is investigated. The following statements can be made: 1) Planimetry is with...

Karev, G.; Zivkov, V., 1964: The relation between the adenosine-polyphosphate content, the fructolysis index and fertility of bull semen. Semen volume and 8 semen characters and biochemical indices were ascertained in 50 ejaculates of 3 bulls which were used to inseminate 296 cows within 35 days of calving. Fertility, based on conception rate, was related to semen containing few dea...