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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 13325

Chapter 13325 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Breeds of sheep for wool production. Tasm. J Agric, 11: 106-108

Breeds of sheep. Characteristics described. J. Dep. Agric.Vict, 34: 226-235

Breeds of stock in Argentina. Herd and flock book registrations. Pastoral Rev, 50: 172

Breeds, Genetics and Selection of Pig. Breeds, Genetics and Selection of Pig, Seljhozgis, Moscow-Leningrad., 268

Brenner (Pseudopeziza tracheiphila MulI.-Thurg.). Imprimerie du Bulletin de l'Office International du vin. Alencon (Orne)., 12

Brephoplastic pituitary grafts in the rat. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris, 120: 867-870

Breve nota entomologica economica. Rev. chil. Hist. nat, Santiago, Chile, 37: 95 p

Brevi cenni nosografia dell'Etiopia. Giornale Italiano di Malattie Esotiche e Tropicali ed IgieneColoniale, 9: 8, 157-163

Brevibacterium linens as an adjunct starter culture in low fat Ras cheese. Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor 42(4): 1713-1726

Brevibucca frugicola n. sp., a saprophagous nematode found in a rotting peach fruit. Jour Helminthol 20(1/2): 1-5

Brevibucca saprophaga gen. et sp. nov., a nematode from a rotting lily bulb-scale. Jour Helminth 13(4): 223-228

Brewer's yeast as a food for pigs. Ztschr. Schweinezucht. 44: 567

Brewer's yeast in pig fattening. Ztschr. Schweinezucht. 44: 42-423

Brewer's yeast, wine yeast and artificially produced yeast as feeds for pigs. Ztschr. Schweinezucht. 45: 611-612; 641

Brewers' grains (fresh) as a pig food. Results of experiments at Wye. J. Inst. Brewing. 45: 119-120

Brewers' grains as a pig food. J. Inst. Brewing. 43: 216-217

Brewers' grains as a substitute for millers' offals. J. S. E. Agric. Coll. Wye. 40, 175-177

Brewery Flies. Bull. Bur. Bio.-Technol, Leeds, October- 2: 11-12, 87-90

Brewing and factory legislation. Journ. Inst. of Brewing. 30: 3, 98-102

Brewing industry and beer customers in the Czech Republic. Collection of Scientific Papers, Faculty of Agriculture in Ceske Budejovice Series for Economics, Management and Trade 30(1): 39-45

Brewing science and practice. Vol. I. Brewing materials. Brewing science and practice. Vol. I. Brewing materials, Chapman and Hall Ltd., London, xiv. + 505. Price: 50s. Od,

Brewing science and practice. Vol. II. Brewing processes. Brewing science and practice. Vol. II. Brewing processes, Chapman and Hall, Ltd, London., xiv + 507-1020. Price: 56s. 0d,

Brewing trials with new varieties of hops 1936 and 1937. Growths raised by Prof. E. S. Salmon, at Wye College, Kent. J. Inst. Brew, 44: 331-32

Brewing trials with new varieties of hops: 1941 growth. J. Inst. Brewing, 48: 136-7

Brewing trials with three new varieties of hops raised by Prof. E. S. Salmon, at Wye College, Kent; 1944 growths. J. Inst. Brew, 51: 232 p

Brewing: the story of a national industry. J. roy. Soc. Arts, 90: 153-96. bibl. 19

Brick-walled charcoal kilns. Indian For. Leafl. (Chem. & minor For. Prod.). 54, 8

Bridge grafting and inarching of fruit trees. Agric. Gaz, N.S.W., 47: 448-50

Bridge grafting experiments. Rhein. Monatschr. Obst-, Garten-u. Gemuseb, H. 11, 2

Bridge-graft and save trunk-injured fruit trees. Univ. Illinois Agr. Exp. Sta. circ, 381: 20

Bridge-grafting the peach. Quart. Bull. Mich, agric. Exp. Sta, 19: 177-9

Bridge-grafting vs. cleft-grafting girdled young apple trees. Quart. Bull. Mich, agric. Exp. Sta, 19: 175-7

Bridging hosts. REC TRAV BOT NEERL 25a(DeVries'-volume): 250-259

Bridging research and development assistance: a review of Danish research networks. Report Christian Michelsen Institute (7): 28 pp.

Bridging species method in hybridization of the garden strawberry, F. grandiflora, with other Fragaria species. C.R. (Doklady) Acad. Sci. U.R.S.S, 31: 924-26

Bridging the gap between natural resources and their human management for the future, using ethnosciences. Environment, Development and Sustainability 8(4): 465-639

Brief Communications on further Experiments on the Biology and Ecology of S. lineata. Verh. dtsch. Ges. angew. Ent, Berlin, 9: 42-49

Brief Contributions to the Knowledge of the Pine Noctuid, P. flammea. Forstwiss. Zbl. Berlin, April 15th. 57: 8, 247-258

Brief Data regarding Cacao Cultivation. Arch. Koffiecult. Ned. Ind, Buitenzorg, 7: 1, 1-74

Brief Descriptions of New Thysanoptera. Ann. & Mag. Nat. Hist, London, 12: 71, 624-631

Brief Descriptions of New Thysanoptera. xii. Ann. & Mag. Nat. Hist, London, 8: 46, 393-400

Brief Descriptions of New Thysanoptera.-IX. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 9th Series. London, 1: 3, 201-221

Brief Descriptions of new Thysanoptera. II. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist, London, Jan. 13: 73, 22-31

Brief Descriptions of new Thysanoptera. X. Ann. & Mag. Nat. Hist, London, 4: 22, 253-277

Brief History of Egg-laying Habits of Dermatobia. Jl. Wash. Acad. Sci. Baltimore, Md., March 15: 6, 137-138

Brief History of Grasshopper Outbreak in Saskatchewan, 1918-20, inclusive. 16th Ann. Rept. Saskatchewan Dept. Agric., 21, Regina., 69-76

Brief Instructions for combating I. typographus. Vienna. Steinbock,

Brief Notes on A. mali. L' Agric. Vicentina, Vicenza., September 15. 9, 8

Brief Notes on Babesiasis (Redwater) and Anaplasmosis in Cattle. Brazil Medico, Jan. 11. 33: 2, 9-10

Brief Notes on Chilean Longicorns. Rev. Chil. Hist. nat. Santiago de Chile, 25: 495-501

Brief Notes on Diseases Common amongst the Working Elephants in Burma. Indian. Vet. Jl, 5: 1, 17-28

Brief Notes on Malaria at S. Vicente, Brazil. Ann. Paulistas Med. e Cirurg, S. Paulo, 16: 11, 142-148

Brief Notes on recent Investigations in Regions of Venezuela where Carate occurs, in Relation to present Knowledge of Carate or Mai del Pinto.. Bol. Lab. Clin. Luis Razetti. Caracas., 4: 13, 221-235

Brief Notes on some Padi Insects in Malaya. Proc. 4th Pac. Sci. Cong. Java, Batavia, 4: 133-135

Brief Notes on the Biology of the Pink Bollworm of Cotton. Bol. Direccion Estudios biologicos, Mexico, 3: 1, 1-11

Brief Notes regarding Agricultural Entomology. Anales Zool. Aplicada. Santiago de Chile, July 31st. 4: 2, 33-37

Brief Observations on the Insect and Fungous Pests of Pear Trees in 1937.. Agric. & Hort, Tokyo, 13: 1, 142-148

Brief Report of Pests in the Tcherepovetz Province for 1920-21. Bull. 3rd All-Russ. Ent.-Phytopat. Conf. Petrograd 18th-25th December Petrograd, December 20th, 1923, December 27th. 3, 13-17

Brief Report of the Activities of the Omsk Laboratory of the Siberian Entomological Bureau for 1919-1920. Bull. Siberian Ent. Bur., Omsk, Petrograd, 1, 26-30

Brief Report on the Activities of the Station for the Protection of Plants from Pests in the Saratov District. Proc. 2nd All-Russian Entomo-Phytopath. Meeting in Petrograd, 25th-30th October Petersburg, 1921. 43-47

Brief Report on the Work of the Don Bureau for the Control of Pests of Agricultural Plants for 1917, and Review of the Pests of Agriculture in the Don Province. Brief Report on the Work of the Don Bureau for the Control of Pests of Agricultural Plants for and Review of the Pests of Agriculture in the Don Province, Rostoff., 36

Brief Review of Agricultural Entomology in the Netherlands Indies. Proc. 5th Pacif. Sci. Congr. Canada Toronto, 5: 3483-3497

Brief Review of Pests of Agricultural Plants observed in Bessarabia in 1924. Furnika, Kishinev, April 15th. 8, 1 p

Brief Review of the Regulations in Force in England, Denmark, Norway and Finland for the Control of Tuberculosis in Bovines. Zeitschr. Infektkr, 40: 26-33

Brief Review of the Work of the Tomsk Station for Plant Protection. Bull. Siberian Ent. Bur, Petrograd, 3, 53-60

Brief Summaries of the chief Pests of Agricultural Plants. Handbook of the Russian Agronomist, Petersburg, 25

Brief account of the hard wheats of Morocco and their improvement. Selectionneur, 6: 137-56

Brief account on the locust problem in Portugal. Brief account on the locust problem in Portugal, Brussels, Minist. Colon., 171-172

Brief analytical comparison of raw apple with apple-powder. Klin. Wochenschr, 10: 1255

Brief annual report of the Seed Control Division of the Bavarian Institute for Crop Production and Plant Protection, 1933. Prakt. Bl. Pflanzenb, 12: 249-52

Brief conclusions from the results of the work of the Ramon' Research Station on sugar beet breeding in 1938. Main conclusions from the scientific research work of the State Research Institute for the Sugar Industry (VNIS) for, Vsesojuznyi N-I Institut Sakharnoi Promyslennosti (Sci. Inst. Sug. Ind.),Moscow-Leningrad, 1940. 210-15

Brief conclusions from the winter wheat breeding at the L'gov Station in 1938. Main conclusions from the scientific research work of the State Research Institute for the Sugar Industry (VNIS) for, Vsesojuznyi N-I Institut Sakharnoi Promyslennosti (Sci. Inst. Sug. Ind.),Moscow-Leningrad, 1940. 278-81

Brief conclusions from the work of the experimental field of the Verkhnjacka breeding station for 1938. Naucnye Zapiski Sakharnoi Promyslennosti (Sci. Trans. Sug. Ind.), 16: 2-3, 131-38

Brief conclusions from the work on sugar beet breeding at the Belaja Tserkov Breeding Station in 1938. Main conclusions from the scientific research work of the State Research Institute for the Sugar Industry (VNIS) for, Vsesojuznyi N-I Institut Sakharnoi Promyslennosti (Sci. Inst. Sug. Ind.),Moscow-Leningrad, 1940. 219-21

Brief conclusions on lucerne breeding at the Belaja Tserkov' Breeding Station in 1938. Main conclusions from the scientific research work of the State Research Institute for the Sugar Industry (VNIS) for, Vsesojuznyi N-I Institut Sakharnoi Promyslennosti (Sci. Inst. Sug. Ind.),Moscow-Leningrad, 1940. 290-92

Brief conclusions on sugar beet breeding at the Veselyi Podol Station in 1938. Main conclusions from the scientific research work of the State Research Institute for the Sugar Industry (VNIS) for, Vsesojuznyi N-I Institut Sakharnoi Promyslennosti (Sci. Inst. Sug. Ind.),Moscow-Leningrad, 1940. 223-26

Brief conclusions on the sugar beet breeding at the Frunze Breeding Station for 1938. Main conclusions from the scientific research work of the State Research Institute for the Sugar Industry (VNIS) for, Vsesojuznyi N-I Institut Sakharnoi Promyslennosti (Sci. Inst. Sug. Ind.),Moscow-Leningrad, 1940. 227-30

Brief conclusions on winter wheat breeding at the Veselyi Podol Breeding Station in 1938. Main conclusions from the scientific research work of the State Research Institute for the Sugar Industry (VNIS) for, Vsesojuznyi N-I Institut Sakharnoi Promyslennosti (Sci. Inst. Sug. Ind.),Moscow-Leningrad, 1940. 270-72

Brief contribution to the diagnosis of races of Scots Pine and Norway spruce.. Forstwiss. cbl, 63: 260-79

Brief course of plant physiology. Brief course of plant physiology, Moscow: Seljhozgiz, 6th revised edn, 440. Price: R. 7.30,

Brief description of a crossing-lantern used by the sugarcane research station, Mauritius. Proc. 6th Congr. Int. Soc. Sug. Cane Tech, La, 170-71

Brief description of agriculture in Ecuador. Chron. Dot, 7: 167-9

Brief description of ear and kernel characters of various single crosses. Dep. Agron. Agric. Exp. Sta., Ext. Serv. Agric. Home Econ., Univ. 111., Coll. Agric., Urbana, Ill, 4

Brief description of inbred lines of corn. Dep. Agron. Agric. Exp. Sta., U.S. Dep. Agric., Univ. Ill., Coll. Agric., Urbana, 111, 8

Brief directions for judging of the suitability of peat soils for drainage for forest production.. Skogliga Ron. 6, 17

Brief directions for seed-grain disinfection. Statens Vaxtskyddsanst. Flygbl, 2, 6

Brief directions fur the control of American Gooseberry mildew. Centralanst. for Jordbruksforsol, Flygblad, 107, 4

Brief discussion on the genetics of oats. Bol. Soc. Broteriana, 12: 2nd Ser, 287-95

Brief entomological Notes ii.. Mitt. bulg. ent. Ges, Sofia, 7: 62-77

Brief entomological Notes on Italian Somaliland and Eritrea. Pathologica. Genoa, September 15th. 17: 404, 494-495

Brief entomological Notes.. Mitt, bulgar. ent. Ges, Sofia., 6: 123-141

Brief information on Piptadenia communis (Jacare).. Breves informacoes sobre a Piptadenia communis (Jacare), Servico de Informacao Agricola, Ministerio da Agricultura,Rio de Janeiro., Brazil: 8

Brief information on the estimation of sugar beet varieties as to their resistance to long storage in 1934-35. Naucnye Zapiski Sakharnoi Promyslennosti (Sci. Trans. Sug. Ind.), 3, 100-02

Brief instructions for rooting cuttings with the aid of synthetically prepared plant growth substances.. Brief instructions for rooting cuttings with the aid of synthetically prepared plant growth substances, Publ. Timiriazev Inst. Plant Physiol. Acad. Sci. U.S.S.R., 32

Brief instructions for the control of Clysia ambiguella and Polychrom botrana. Rev. Viticulture. Paris, May 11th. 44: 1141, 350-353

Brief instructions for the cultivation of Bracatinga.. Breves instrucoes sobre a cultura da bracatinga, Servico de Informacoa Agricola, Ministerio da Agricultura,Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: 2

Brief instructions for the cultivation of Poplar.. Suelo argentina. 4: 370-1, 404

Brief instructions on methods and schemes of work on seed production of perennial forage plants. Selek. Semenovod, 6, 27

Brief instructions on seed-grain disinfection. Centralanst. for jordbruksforsok Flygblad, 153, 6

Brief methodical directions for the application of synthetic growth substances for the rooting of cuttings.. Kraktie metodicheskie ukazaniya po primeneniyu sisteticheskikh rostovykh veshchestv pri ukoreneii cherenkov, Akademiya Nauk SSSR,Moscow and Leningrad., USSR: 31

Brief note on a case of subcutaneous myiasis produced by the larva of Hypoderma bovis and H. lineatum. Rev. Sanid.Hig. publ, Madr, 18: 75-76

Brief note on a new species of fish trematodos, Urorchis tmba. Japanese Journal of Zoology, 6: 3, 547-549

Brief note on sugarcane-sorghum hybrids. Bull. 4th Cong. Int. Soc. Sug. Cane Techn, 67, 8

Brief note on the chicken bug, O. toledoi. Bol. tec. Direct, gen. Ganad. B. Aires, 10, 679-680

Brief notes on anaphase bridges in irradiated material of V. Faba L. Rev. Agron, Lisboa, 25: 32-37

Brief notes on Piptadenia communis ('Jacare').. Bol. Minist. Agric. Brazil. 31: 12, 47-54

Brief notes on cysticercosis and luetic pseudocysticercosis. Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 41: 13, 213-217

Brief notes on plant diseases. Plant Dis. Reptr. 24: 21, 442-443

Brief notes on small copra driers. Agric. J. Fiji. 8: 8-11

Brief notes on some uncommon fungal diseases of ornamental plants. Boll. Lab. sper. R. Ossv. Fitopat, Torino, 18: 1-4, 86-112

Brief notes on the forest wealth of Angola.. Agros, Lisboa. 27: 3/6, 170-8

Brief notes on the great biogeographical zones of Bolivia. First note. C. R. Soc. Biogeog. Paris. 16: 40-5

Brief notes on the necessity of promoting private tree planting in Cyprus. Forest Treasures. Nicosia, Cyprus: 2: 3, 15-8

Brief notes on the preservation of timber with creosote by the hot and cold tank process. Tech. Pamphl. For. Dep. Cyprus. 5, 4

Brief notes on thermometry of the mule. Rev. Med. vet, Lisboa, 40: 255-260

Brief notes on three new species of Trichophyton (T. batonrougei, T. guzzonii, T. tenuishypha) and a little known species (T. louisianicum). J. trop. Med. (Hyg.), 42: 24, 373-378

Brief notes. Apple mildew. Die Kranke Pflanze, 4: 5, 87 p

Brief observations on the cultivation of cacao. Arch. Koffiec. Ned.-Ind, 7: 74

Brief outline on the work of the 4th session. Bjulleten' Vsesojuznoi Akademii S.-Kh. Nauk im. V.I. Lenina (Bulletin of the Lenin Academy of Agricultural Sciences), 1937. 1, 20-26

Brief outlines of the history and distribution, hosts, symptoms, cause, life-history, and control of a forest tree disease. Tree Pest Leafl., Boston. 39. Nos. 24, 25, 29, 34, 36, 37,

Brief practical Information on the Caterpillar attacking Cotton Bolls specially intended for small Growers of north-eastern Brazil. Chacaras e Quintaes. Rio de Janeiro, July 15th. 16: 1, 17 p

Brief practical notes on the chief enemies of cultivated plants. Brevi notizie pratiche sui principali nemici delle piante cultivate, Como: Cesare Nani & C., 155. Price: 80 ctmi,

Brief preliminary Report of the Work of the Entomological Department in 1916. Bull. Ent. Dept, Nikolaevsk Expt. Sta, Petrograd, pt. 1, 43-61

Brief preliminary communication on the feeding of young bacon pigs with potatoes and lupins. Przeglad hodowlany. 5: 1-3

Brief report of a special mission to the Crimea in 1926. Trans. Russmn Acad. of Sciences in, 1927. 2, 99-101

Brief report on inspection and experiments with clover diseases. Selek. Semenovod, 4, 80-4

Brief report on the plant pathological work carried out in the stations and laboratories in 1943. Brief report on the plant pathological work carried out in the stations and laboratories in 1944. Ann. Epiphyt, 11: 3-4, 245-247; 249-251

Brief report on the trial of different North American provenances of Pinus strobus.. Ned. Boschb. Tijdschr, 14: 7, 345-6

Brief report on the work carried out in 1940 by the plant improvement stations. Ann. Epiphyt, 7: Numero special, 143-156

Brief report on the work done in the stations and laboratories of plant pathology. Ann. Epiphyt, 9: 2, 271-283

Brief report on the work in hand at the laboratory of Fort Archambault. Bull. Soc. Path. Exot, Paris, November 11th. 7: 8-9, 685-694

Brief report on the work of the Plant Pathological Stations and Laboratories in 1941. Ann. Epiphyt, 8: 2, 219-223

Brief report on the work of the plant pathological laboratories and stations in 1940. Ann. Epiphyt., N.S, 7: 2, 135-142

Brief report on work of the breeding section of the Siberian Institute of Grain Husbandry. Selektsija i Semenovodstvo (Breeding and Seed Growing), 9, 5

Brief results of breeding sugar beet at the Verkh-njacka Breeding Station in 1938. Main conclusions from the scientific research work of the State Research Institute for the Sugar Industry (VNIS) for, Vsesojuznyi N-I Institut Sakharnoi Promyslennosti (Sci. Inst. Sug. Ind.),Moscow-Leningrad, 1940. 200-04

Brief results of the breeding work with winter wheat at the Ivanovo Station in 1937-38. Main conclusions from the scientific research work of the State Research Institute for the Sugar Industry (VNIS) for, Vsesojuznyi N-I Institut Sakharnoi Promyslennosti (Sci. Inst. Sug. Ind.),Moscow-Leningrad, 1940. 275-78

Brief results of the work of variety production at the Pervomaisk Breeding Station in 1938. Main conclusions from the scientific research work of the State Research Institute for the Sugar Industry (VNIS) for, Vsesojuznyi N-I Institut Sakharnoi Promyslennosti (Sci. Inst. Sug. Ind.),Moscow-Leningrad, 1940. 215-18

Brief results of the work on breeding winter wheat at the Belaja Tserkov' Breeding Station in 1938. Main conclusions from the scientific research work of the State Research Institute for the Sugar Industry (VNIS) for, Vsesojuznyi N-I Institut Sakharnoi Promyslennosti (Sci. Inst. Sug. Ind.),Moscow-Leningrad, 1940. 268-70

Brief results of work on sugar beet variety production at the Jaltuskovo Regional Station in 1938. Main conclusions from the scientific research work of the State Research Institute for the Sugar Industry (VNIS) for, Vsesojuznyi N-I Institut Sakharnoi Promyslennosti (Sci. Inst. Sug. Ind.),Moscow-Leningrad, 1940. 231-33

Brief review of the chief pests and diseases of cultivated and wild plants noticed during 1912 in the Govt. of Bessarabia. Reprint from Studies from the Bessarabian Society of Naturalists and Friends of Nature-study, Kishinev., 4: 17

Brief review of the vegetation of Paraguay.. Plants and Plant Science in Latin America, Chronica Botanica Company,Waltham, Mass., USA: 121-5

Brief sketch of work done in the botanical section. Mysore Agric. J, 45. 23: 61-62

Brief study of a natural hybrid of wheat. Rev. Agron. Lisboa. 22: 27-39

Brief summary of results and the problems of the South-eastern Research Institute for grain culture. Socialistic Grain Farming, Saratov, 1, 7-29

Brief summary of the preliminary results of experiments in various matters. Korte Meded. Proefstat. Java Suikerind. 77 Arch. Suikerind. Nederl-Indie, 35: 10, 233-270

Brief summary of the results of the work of Molotov's Nikita Botanic Garden 1812-1938. Vsesojuznaja Akademija Sel'skokhozjaist-vennykh Nauk im. V.I. Lenina. Gosudarstvennyi Nikitskii Botaniceskii Sad im. Molotova. (Lenin Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Molotov's Nikita Botanic Garden). Jalta, 86

Brief summary of the work of the breeding and seed production sections for 1938. Symposium of research work of the Geljabinsk Regional Agricultural Research Station, Ogiz-Celjabgiz, Celjabinsk, 301-305

Brief summary of work done by the Department of Plant Breeding and Seed Production. Sborn. Nauc-Issled. Rabot Celjabinsk. Obi. Seljsko-Hoz. Opytn. Stancii, 1: Parts 1 and 2, 301-5

Bright leaf tobacco curing. Bull. N. Carolina agric. Exp. Stat, 346: 25. bibl. 9

Bright speck disease of Oats. Statens Forsgsvirksomhed i Plantekultur. Medd, 94, 2

Brilliant Green Medium in the Investigation of the Typhoid-Paratyphoid Group. C.R. Soc. Biol, Paris., 106: 521-522

Brilliant Green-Neutral Red-Lactose Agar for the Isolation of S. suipestifer from Pig Faeces. J. comp. Path, 53: 315-322

Brilliant Green-Phenol Red Agar in Bacteriological Meat Inspection. Berl. tierarstl. Wschr, May 14th. 310-312

Bringing arjd regions under cultivation. ALMA-ATA, Kazahstan Institute for Scientific Investigation in Agriculture Bulletin. Alma-Ata, 11-12, 25-8

Bringing forest ecosystems into national income accounts: an environmental accounting approach. Cross sectoral policy developments in forestry: 64-70

Bringing international poultry statistics up-to-date. World's Poult. Sci. J, 1: 52

Bringing new land quickly under cultivation. Soc. selj. Hoz, 11-12, 111-7

Bringing new varieties Joto cultivation. Selektsija i Semenovodstvo. (Breeding and Seed Growing), 2, 21-22

Brinjals. Indian J. Hort, 2: 39-40

Briquettes from sawdust, wood waste or peat.. Swedish Patents. Nos. 101,841 and 101,842, June 23,

Briquetting of wood waste. Briquetting of wood waste, Forest Products Laboratory,Madison, Wis., USA: R842, 5

Bristled cumbu (pearl millet). Madras Agric. J, 24: 235-37

Bristol Cross Pear breeding investigations. Annu. Rep. Agric. Hort. Res. Sta. Bristol, 15-30

Britain and the beast. Britain and the beast, London: J. M. Dent and Sons, Ltd, xix + 332. Price: 10s.; 6d,

Britain can feed herself. Britain can feed herself, MacMillan and Co., Ltd., London., 51. Price: 3/6

Britain creates central planning authority. Foreign Agric. Washington. 6: 359-364

Britain wants ergot from N.Z. N.Z. J. agric, Ixiii: 5, 397-398

Britain's feeding-stuffs gap ; can it be closed ?. Agric. Progress. 17: 62-74

Britain's food in wartime. Oxford Pamphlets on World Affairs. 52, 32. Price: 4d,

Britain's health in wartime. Canad. Pub. Health J, 33: 51-59

British Agriculture. The Principles of Future Policy. British Agriculture. The Principles of Future Policy, London : Longmans, Green and Co., xx + 469. Price: 15s,

British Association for the Advancement of Science Mathematical Tables: Volume VII. The probability integral. British Association for the Advancement of Science Mathematical Tables: Volume VII. The probability integral, University Press, Cambridge., xi + 34. Price: 8s. 6d,

British Canning Industry Number. Supplement to The Times. Nov. 17. 45,982, 20

British Columbia. Amer. Bee J, 79: 28

British Columbia Regional Meeting, The Canadian Phytopathological Society 2006. Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 29(1): 84-88

British Columbia uses boron for fruit. Better Crops with Plant Food, 24: 4, 8-11; 37-38

British Columbia, Province of. Annual report of the Department of Agriculture for the year 1937. British Columbia, Province of. Annual report of the Department of Agriculture for the year, Victoria, B.C.: King's Printer, 108

British East Africa. Final Report for 12 months ending 31st March 1914. British East Africa. Final Report for 12 months ending 31st March, 1914

British East African Territories. Conference on Rinderpest. Held at Nairobi, 8th February, 1938. British East African Territories. Conference on Rinderpest. Held at Nairobi, 8th, Nairobi: Meteorological Service Press., 8+2+4 + 1. Price: fcp

British East African Territories. Report of Proceedings of the Second Conference on Rinderpest Held at Nairobi, 7th and 8th February, 1939. British East African Territories. Report of Proceedings of the Second Conference on Rinderpest Held at Nairobi, 7th and 8th, Nairobi: Govt. Printer., 52

British Ecological Society: memorandum on nomenclature and taxonomy in the biological flora. J. Ecol, 31: 93-6

British Empire Cancer Campaign. Eighteenth Annual Report of the Grand Council 1941. British Empire Cancer Campaign. Eighteenth Annual Report of the Grand Council, London: British Empire Cancer Campaign, 235. Price: 4to,

British Empire Cancer Campaign. Fifteenth Annual Report Presented at the Meeting Held at the House of Lords 29-11-38. British Empire Cancer Campaign. Fifteenth Annual Report Presented at the Meeting Held at the House of Lords 29-11-38, London : British Empire Cancer Campaign., 270

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British Empire Cancer Campaign. Twelfth Annual Report of the Grand Council Presented at the Meeting Held at the House of Lords 25-11-35. British Empire Cancer Campaign. Twelfth Annual Report of the Grand Council Presented at the Meeting Held at the House of Lords 25-11-35, London : British Empire Cancer Campaign., xxxi + 247

British Empire Cancer Campaign. Twenty-first annual report 1944. British Empire Cancer Campaign. Twenty-first annual report, London : British Empire Cancer Campaign, 95. Price: 4to

British Empire Cancer Campaign. Yorkshire Council. Reports and Accounts for the Year Ended March 31st, 1935. British Empire Cancer Campaign. Yorkshire Council. Reports and Accounts for the Year Ended March 31st 1935. 18

British Empire Number. Chemistry and Industry, 60: 17, 273-331

British Gall Midges, ii. Lestodiplosis Kiefier. Ent. Mo. Mag, London, March; April; June; 64: 68-75 ; 142-148

British Guiana and the cattle industry. Vet. J, 95: 234-236

British Guiana, Divisional Reports of the Department of Agriculture for the year 1932 (1934). British Guiana, Divisional Reports of the Department of Agriculture for the year (1934), 1934. 145 p

British Guiana. Orders in Council Nos. 551 and 552 of 2nd April 1936. Official Gazette, April 11th

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British Guiana. Ordinance No. 37 of 1935. British Guiana. Ordinance No. 37 of, 1935. 8

British Guiana. Plant Diseases and Pests (Prevention) Ordinance No. 37 of 1935. British Guiana. Plant Diseases and Pests (Prevention) Ordinance No. 37 of, Georgetown, 24th. 8

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