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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 13432

Chapter 13432 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



N. Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station. Sixth-fourth Annual Report for the fiscal period July 1, 1940 to June 30, 1941: Progress Report for the period December 1, 1940 to November 30, 1941. N. Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station. Sixth-fourth Annual Report for the fiscal period July 1, to June 30, 1941: Progress Report for the period December 1, 1940 to November 30, 1941, 1941. 83

N. Ireland. Legislation affecting agriculture in 1938. Mon. Rep. Minist. Agric. N. Ire, 13: 518-523

N. Strampelli and his creations. Ital. Agric, 79: 121-26

N. V. Brusentsov as experimentalist and follower of Michurin. Fruit and Vegetable Growing, 11, 57-60

N. omeomorpha, Grnd., and its Biological Importance. (16th Contribution to the Knowledge of Fig Insects.). Boll. Lab. Zool. gen. & agrar. R. Scuola sup. Agric, Portici, 17: 108-130

N. pusillus, a Borer of Persimmon. Chacaras e Quintaes. S. Paulo, May 15th. 45: 5, 579-580

N. tomentosa Ruiz et Pavon N. colossea Andre) and the other arborescent species of the genus Nicotiana. Boll. Tec. Tab, 34: 241-48

N. typica a new Pest of Hops in Bohemia. Zeitschr. Pflanzenkrankh, Stuttgart, 37: 1-2, 9-12

N.J. F's Section for the study of the biology of breeding. Nord. JordbrForskn, 1, 52-54

N.P.B.A. herds. Wessex Saddleback leads the litter records. Fmr & Stk-Breed, 54: 2107

N.S.W. Department of Agriculture. Biological Branch-Division of Science Services. Plant disease survey for the twelvemonth period ending 30th June, 1941. Eleventh Annual Report. N.S.W. Department of Agriculture. Biological Branch-Division of Science Services. Plant disease survey for the twelvemonth period ending 30th Eleventh Annual Report, 1941. 30

N.W. Wonder pea for Dixie. Sth. Seedsman, 7: 5, 11

N.Y. State's experiments in growing new varieties of hops. Amer. Brewer, 72(8), 27-29

N.Z. poultry flock improvement plan. Accreditations in first year. N.Z. J. Agric, 71: 183-184

N.Z. resistant swede. N.Z. J. Agric, 67: 341

N.Z. timber production. Aust. Timb. J, 10: 193, 208

NAA thinning of 'Jonagold/M.9' apples in relation to spray volume, dose and spray deposition in the crown. Acta Horticulturae (727): 445-449

NADPH oxidase-dependent reactive oxygen species formation required for root hair growth depends on ROP GTPase. Journal of Experimental Botany 58(6): 1261-1270

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURAL BOTANY. National Farmers' Union News Sheet. 22 Oct.,

NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA. Review of Activities for the year ended March, 1941. NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA. Review of Activities for the year ended, Ottawa, 126

NATIONAL STATION OF AGRONOMY, SACAVEM. Rev. Agron., Lisboa. 30: 569-76

NBA salaries: role players and superstars. The Sport Journal 8(2): unpaginated

NEBRASKA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION. Fifty-fourth Annual Report for the calendar year 1940. NEBRASKA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION. Fifty-fourth Annual Report for the calendar year, Lincoln, 78

NEBRASKA Agricultural Experiment Station Fifty-eighth annual report. NEBRASKA Agricultural Experiment Station Fifty-eighth annual report, Lincoln, 124

NEBRASKA CROP GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. Thirty-first annual report, December, 1939. NEBRASKA CROP GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. Thirty-first annual report Lincoln ?. 125

NETHERLANDS. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Fodder. Report on agriculture in the Netherlands in 1941. NETHERLANDS. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Fodder. Report on agriculture in the Netherlands in, 1945. 212

NEVADA Agricultural Experiment Station. Report for the year ending June 30, 1943. NEVADA Agricultural Experiment Station. Report for the year ending June 30 Reno, 27

NEW CROP VARIETIES. B.B.C. Monthly Report on Agriculture

NEW FARM SCHOOL IN THE PROVINCE OF OVIEDO. Agricultura Madrid Suppl Colonizacion

NEW GRASSES. Fmrs Wkly. Lond., 8 December:

NEW JERSEY AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS, RUTGERS UNIVERSITY Annual Report for 1942-43. NEW JERSEY AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS, RUTGERS UNIVERSITY Annual Report for 43, New Brunswick, N.J.,

NEW JERSEY Agricultural Experiment Station Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J. Annual Report for 1943-44. NEW JERSEY Agricultural Experiment Station Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J. Annual Report for 44, 1943-44. 64

NEW OIL PLANT. Daily Digest of World Broadcasts. 10 Dec.,

NEW SUGAR AND FODDER PLANT. Frankfurter Zeitung. 27 Mar.; 18 Apr.,

NEW YORK STATE AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION. Sixtieth Annual Report for the fiscal year ended June 33, 1941. NEW YORK STATE AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION. Sixtieth Annual Report for the fiscal year ended June 33 Published by the Station under authority of Cornell University. Geneva, N.Y., 84

NEW YORK STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE. Fifty-fourth Annual Report, 1941. NEW YORK STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE. Fifty-fourth Annual Report Ithaca, 202

NEW YORK State College of Agriculture and Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station. Fifty-sixth annual report. NEW YORK State College of Agriculture and Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station. Fifty-sixth annual report, 190

NEW YORK State College of Agriculture at Cornell University Fifty-seventh Annual Report. NEW YORK State College of Agriculture at Cornell University Fifty-seventh Annual Report, 188

NEW YORK State College of Agriculture at Cornell University. Fifty-fifth Annual Report. NEW YORK State College of Agriculture at Cornell University. Fifty-fifth Annual Report, 192

NEW ZEALAND AGRICULTURISTS. The Times. 13 December:

NEW ZEALAND, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research Nineteenth Annual Report. NEW ZEALAND, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research Nineteenth Annual Report, Wellington, 65

NEW ZEALAND, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research. Eighteenth Annual Report. NEW ZEALAND, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research. Eighteenth Annual Report, Wellington, 57

NEW ZEALAND, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research. Seventeenth Annual Report. NEW ZEALAND, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research. Seventeenth Annual Report, Wellington, 44

NEW ZEALAND, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research. Sixteenth Annual Report. NEW ZEALAND, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research. Sixteenth Annual Report, Wellington, 34

NIGERIA. Annual Report of Medical Research Institute 1915. NIGERIA. Annual Report of Medical Research Institute, London: Crown Agents for the Colonies., 28. Price: 2s. 6d,

NIGERIA. Annual Report on the Agricultural Department, Northern Provinces, for the Year 1916. Appendix I. Revision of Veterinary Report for the Year 1916. NIGERIA. Annual Report on the Agricultural Department, Northern Provinces, for the Year Appendix I. Revision of Veterinary Report for the Year 1916, 1916. 7-10

NORTH CAROLINA Agricultural Experiment Station Annual Report for 1943. NORTH CAROLINA Agricultural Experiment Station Annual Report for, Raleigh, 122

NORTH WESTERN FRONTIER PROVINCE, INDIA. Report of the Civil Veterinary Department for the Year 1917-1918. NORTH WESTERN FRONTIER PROVINCE, INDIA. Report of the Civil Veterinary Department for the Year,. Punjab Frontier Press.,Peshawar, India: 1918. 10

NORTHERN IRELAND, Agricultural Research Institute, .Hillsborough, Co. Down. Sixteenth Annual Report. NORTHERN IRELAND, Agricultural Research Institute Hillsborough, Co. Down. Sixteenth Annual Report, 43. 30

NORTHERN IRELAND, Agricultural Research Institute, Hillsborough, Co. Down. Fifteenth Annual Report. NORTHERN IRELAND, Agricultural Research Institute, Hillsborough, Co. Down. Fifteenth Annual Report, 2. 22

NORTHERN Ireland Agricultural Research Institute of Northern Ireland, Hillsborough, Co. Down, Sixth Annual Report, 1932-33. NORTHERN Ireland Agricultural Research Institute of Northern Ireland, Hillsborough, Co. Down, Sixth Annual Report, 33. 1933

NORTHERN RHODESIA, Department of Agriculture. Annual Report for the year 1943. NORTHERN RHODESIA, Department of Agriculture. Annual Report for the year, Lusaka, 11

NORTHERN RHODESIA, Department of Agriculture. Annual report for the year 1942. NORTHERN RHODESIA, Department of Agriculture. Annual report for the year, Lusaka, 7

NORTHERN RHODESIA. Department of Agriculture. Annual Report for the year 1932. NORTHERN RHODESIA. Department of Agriculture. Annual Report for the year, Livingstone,

NP requirement of soybean varieties for yield and yield components. Journal of Agronomy 6(1): 222-224

NPK content and uptake in intercropping and stripcropping systems for sustainable yield of pearl millet legume association. Haryana Journal of Agronomy 22(1): 9-11

NRAMP1: genetic characterization at the 3'UTR region in Holstein and Creole Harton del Valle cattle. Revista Colombiana de Ciencias Pecuarias 19(4): 401-406

NUTRITION OF PIGS. Lantm. Svenskt Land. 27: 1087-8

NYASALAND PROTECTORATE, Department of Agriculture. Annual Report for 1941. NYASALAND PROTECTORATE, Department of Agriculture. Annual Report for, Zomba, 23

NYASALAND PROTECTORATE, Department of Agriculture. Report for the year 1943. NYASALAND PROTECTORATE, Department of Agriculture. Report for the year, Zomba, 16

NYASALAND PROTECTORATE. Annual Report of the Department of Agriculture for the Year ended 31st March 1917. NYASALAND PROTECTORATE. Annual Report of the Department of Agriculture for the Year ended 31st March, Zomba : Government Printer., 19. Price: 6d,

Na+ transport in plants. Febs Letters 581(12): 2247-2254

NaCl excretion in the urine in pleurisy. Nord. Med, 27: 1897,

NaCl priming affects salt tolerance of onion (Allium cepa L.) seedlings. Acta Horticulturae (729): 157-161

NaCl requirement and its relation to mineral metabolism. Ztschr. f. d. ges. exp. Med, 90: 59-77

Nabawa wheat. A variety of widespread popularity. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, 45: 547-49

Nabis alternatus Feeding Observations. Bull. Brooklyn ent. Soc, Lancaster, Pa., 38: 4, 122 p

Nablus-Tulkarm Valley. Govt. Palestine Soil Conserv. Bd. Bull, 1: 20

Nachtrag zur Gesamtliteratur der Borkenkafer. Zeitschr. angew. Ent, Berlin, 9: 1, 165-180

Nacobbus dorsalis, nov. gen. nov. spec. (Nematoda : Tylenchidae) producing galls on the roots of alfileria, Erodium cicutarium (L.) L'Her. Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington, 11: 1, 27-31

Nae Dyrhdonty Znagfaetkhujy Raempaeg (Hyponomeuta malinellus Z). Nae Dyrhdonty Znagfaetkhujy Raempaeg (Hyponomeuta malinellus Z), Vladikavkaz Plant Protect. Sta., Gorsky Agric. Inst., 11

Nagana and the Tartar Emetic Treatment. Jl. Dept. Agric., Union of South Africa, Sept. 5: 3, 249-253

Nagana in Northern Zululand. S. Afr. Jl. Nat. Hist, Pretoria, 4: 4, 260-268

Naganol and Neo I.C.I. Therapy of T. brucei Infection In Horses. Nuova Vet, 20: 75-85

Nail head rust of citrus in Argentina. Bol. Frut. Hort, B. Aires, 5: 46, 16. bibl. 10

Nail-holding power of Eastern Canadian woods. (Wood Information Series No. 44). Nail-holding power of Eastern Canadian woods, Timber Commission for Eastern Canada,2 Cockspur Street, London, S.W.1., UK: 1

Nailhead spot of Tomato caused by Alternaria tomato (Cke) n. comb. Bull Fla agric. Exp. Sta, 332, 54

Nailing dense hardwoods. Tech. Note For. Prod. Lab., Wis, 247, 3

Nairobi Quarantine Disease. Ann. Rpt., Dept. Agric, Kenya., Nairobi : Govt. Printer., 243-293

Nairobi Sheep Disease : Natural and Experimental Transmission by Ticks other than Rhipicephalus appendiculatus. Parasitology. Cambridge., November 9th. 26: 4, 496-509

Naked barley. Mitt. Landw. Mannheim, 51, 2

Naked or hull-less barleys. Wschr. Brau, 49: 225-29

Naked pigeons. Jour Heredity 35(1): 3-7

Naked squash seeds better than peanuts. Sth. Seedsman, 6: 2, 37

Namaqualand's sheep pastures. Importance of the annuals, grasses and bushes. Farming S. Afr, 7: 5-8 ; 33

Nambi-uvu, a Disease of Dogs, and its Parasite. Centralll.f. Bakt, Dec. 29. 77: 3, 265-271

Name And Classification Of The Curly-Top Virus. Science 98(2548): 385-386

Name new red raspberry after O. M. Taylor said to be best late variety growing on station grounds, with promise of wide popularity both for home use and for commercial planting-a Lloyd George seedling. Fm. Res. Quart. Bull. N.Y. Agric. Exp. Sta, 2: 2, 1; 11-12

Names of Apple Leaf Hoppers. Jl. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y., 20: 1, 237-238

Names of Endocrine Preparations. Brit. med. J, Feb. 2. 211-212

Names of crop plants used in the Americas. Div. PI. Explor. Intro. Bur. PL Ind., Soils, Agric. Eng., U.S. Dep. Agric, 29

Names of timber trees. Ann. appl. Biol, 32: 2, 184-5,

Names of wood species.. Standard. Central Normalisatiebureau,'s-Gravenhage, Netherlands: N1015, 79

Naming molds. Jour Washington Acad Sci 30(2): 49-64

Naming new fruit varieties. Trans. Ia Hort. Soc, 71: 142-47

Naming selections from established varieties. Amer Potato Jour 21(3): 72-74

Naming the cultivated rubber tree Siphonia ridleyana. Jour Washington Acad Sci 31(2): 46-65

Nano foods. Elelmezesi Ipar 60(8/9): 193-196

Nanophyetus schikhobalowi n.sp, A new Trematode from the Intestine of Man. Zlb. Bakt, 119: 294-297

Nap formation in Cynodon. J. Bd. Greenkeep. Res, 5: 298-9

Naphtha Oils and Polysulphides in the Control of Sucking Insects in Winter.. Bull. Plant Prot, Leningrad, 3: 1, 201-214

Naphthalene Control of Bed Spider and other Insects on Miscellaneous Crops in U.S. Department of Agriculture Greenhouses. J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y., 21: 3, 511 p

Naphthalene Flakes keep Mole-criekeis from Seedbeds. Pr. Bull. Fla. agric. Exp. Sta, Gainesville, Fla., 611, 4]

Naphthalene Fumigation at eon-trolled Concentrations. J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y., 23: 3, 608-618

Naphthalene Poisoning in Horses. Clin. vet, Milano., 63: 105-109

Naphthalene acetic acid and other treatments of sugar beet seed. Angew. Bot, 24: 261-73. bibl. 13

Naphthalene against Red Spider. Gartenwelt, 33: 305 p

Naphthalene and Fleas. Entom. News. Philadelphia, 25: 3, 130-131

Naphthalene and its Application in the Control of Granary Mites in Beet-growing Farms.. Naphthalene and its Application in the Control of Granary Mites in Beet-growing Farms, Voronezh, Izd. VNITO sakh. i spirt. Promuishl., 44

Naphthalene as a Fumigant for the immature Stages of Clothes Moths and Carpet Beetles. J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y., 26: 2, 446-451

Naphthalene as a Greenhouse Fumigant. Bull. Mass. Agric. Exp. Sta, Amherst, Mass., 326, 31

Naphthalene as a Means to control Seed Pests of biennial Kok-saghyz. C. R. Acad. Sci. URSS (N. S.), Moscow, 37: 3, 109-112

Naphthalene for Midge Larvae in Tobacco Seed Beds. J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y., 26: 2, 512-513

Naphthalene for the Control of the Onion Thrips. J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y., 26: 1, 143-147

Naphthalene For The Destruction Of Mosquitos In Covered Cisterns And Wells. British Medical Journal 2(2792): 15-15

Naphthalene vs. Chicken Lice. Jl. Econ. Entom, Concord, N. H., 12: 5, 397-102

Naphthoquinones of the vitamin K1 type of structure. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 61: 3216-3223

Napier Grass, Pennisetum purpureum for consolidating River and Drain Banks in antimalarial Works. E. Afr. med. J, Nairobi, 21: 2, 48-53

Napier Grass. A Promising New Forage Plant for the Philippines. Philippine Agric. Rev, 13: 4, 353-354

Napier grass (Pennisetum purpureum), a pasture and green fodder crop for Hawaii. Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station Bull, 72, 17

Napier grass as a cattle fodder at Peradeniya. Trop Agric [Ceylon] 85(5): 278-281

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Napomyza lateralis Fall. Ophiomyia pinguis Fall.). (Control of chicory flies. Bull. Inst. agron. Gembloux, 10: 26-52

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Naranjillas the golden fruit of the Andes. Agriculture in The Americas 4(6): 110-112

Narcissus ' gray disease' is a transmissible mosaic. Florists' Exchange. 79: 14, 11 p

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Narcissus Fly. Gardeners' Chron, London, July 18th. 56: 1438, 58

Narcissus bulbs as cattle food. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk. 68: 403-404

Narcissus disease and pest control calendar. Report. Department of Plant Pathology. Scale-Hayne Agricultural College, 42, 15-23

Narcissus fly and its control. Meded. Lab. Bloembollenonderzoek. Lisse, 62: 20

Narcissus leaf diseases. Daffodil Yearb. 1937. 46-52

Narcissus leaf diseases. II. Daffodil Yearb. 1939. 49-53

Narcissus mosaic and early maturity. Plant Dis. Reptr, 22: 9, 147-148

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Narcosis in scientific experiments. Klin. Wochenschr, 13: 870-872

Narcotine and vitamin C. Hoppe-Seyler's Ztschr. f. physiol. Chem, 209: 211-230

Narcotine and vitamine C. Sci. Papers Inst. Phys. and Chem. Res. Tokyo. 20: 259-273

Narcotine as the alleged precursor of vitamin C. Biochemical Journal 26(5): 1628-1632

Narcotine, a mitotic poison. Naturwissenschaften, 30: 184-85

Nardeta swards in the Carpathian mountains. Zemed. Arch, 25: 292-305

Nardos stricta pastures in the Great and the Little Fatra Mountains. Bull. Czech. Acad. Agric, 10: 61-5

Nardus stricta L. on mountain pastures. Arb. Beitebr. Norge, 11, 62-83

Nardus stricta and its control. Wiener Landw. Ztg, 9; 10, 16

Nardus stricta as a weed of alpine pastures. Forts. Landw, 8: 123-7

Nardus stricta in 1934. Wiener landw. Z, 20, 11

Nardus stricta in horse pastures. Norsk Landbr, 5: 363-4

Nareissus fire (Botrytis poiyblastis, Dowson). Gdnrs' Chron, 97: 2524, 304-305

Naroissus and Tulip diseases. Eighteenth Ann. rept. Oregon State Hort. Soc, 137-150

Narratives about young men and masculinities in organised sport in Norway. Sport, Education and Society 6(2): 125-142

Narrow leaf-another leaf mutation in gram (Cicer arietinum L.). Indian J. Genet. Pl. Breed, 5: 46-50

Narrow leaved sage makes its appearance in the Hunter Valley. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, 46: 252-3

Narrow shelterbelts for the Southern Great Plains. Soil Conserv U S Dept Agric 11(1): 16-20

Narrow-base ridges for erosion control. E. Afr. agric. J, 7: 167-71

Narrow-leaf-a virus disease of Tomatoes. New Zealand Journ. of Agric, 49: 5, 257-263

Narrow-leaved carpet grass, and a broad-leaved form. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, 49: 647

Nasai schistosomiasis in goats. Indian Journal of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, 11: 2, 73-77

Nasal Granuloma in Cattle. Memoirs-Dept. Agric. in India. Veterinary Series, Aug. 3: 6,

Nasal Granuloma in Cattle. Proc. helminth. Soc. Wash, 1: 64

Nasal Granuloma in Cattle in Louisiana. (Rhinosporidium). N. Amer. Vet, 15: 9, 20-24

Nasal Granuloma of Cattle in Bihar and Orissa. Experiments regarding Mode of Infection and Treatment. Indian Vet. Jl, Apr. 5: 4, 326-338

Nasal Granuloma or Nasal Schistosomiasis in Cattle. Indian vet. J, 11: 25-32

Nasal Histopathology and Liver Storage in Subtotal Vitamin A DeScieney of Chickens. Bull. Storrs agric. Exp. Sta, 250, 36

Nasal Lesions in Glanders and Epizootic lymphangitis. Bull. Soc. Path. Exot, Mar. 6: 3, 145-146

Nasal Tumours in the Horse Caused by Yeast Cells (Blastomycetes). Z. Veterinark, 47: 111-116

Nasal allergy (excluding hay fever). J. Laryngol. Otol, 58: 219-223

Nasal allergy for the practicing rhinologist. Ann. Otol. Rhinol. Lanjngol, 64: 43-60

Nasal granuloma due to Rhinosporidium seeberi (8th Argentinian observation). Rev. Asoc. med. argent, 59: 560, 704-707

Nasal granuloma in cattle. Veterinary Med 28(7): 279-284

Nasal granuloma-its treatment under field conditions. Indian vet. J, 21: 43-44

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Nasal horn formation in a horse. Dtsch. tierarztl. Wschr, 48: 105-108

Nasal pneumococcus infections and pneumococcus carriers in animal experiments. Ztschr. f. Hyg. u. Infektionskr, 112: 492-526

Naso-genital relationship. II. Pseudopregnancy following extirpation of the sphenopalatine ganglion in the rat. Endocrinology, 27: 463-468

Nasogenital relationship: induction of pseudo-pregnancy in rat by nasal treatment. Endocrinology, 23: 58-63

Nasomyiase a Chrysomyia dux, Esch. Bull. Soc. Path. exot, Paris, 17: 5, 375-376

Nassella tussock (Nassella trichotoma (Nees.) Hack) field studies and their agricultural significance. NEW ZEALAND, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research. Bull, 91, 90

Nassella tussock. Survey to determine most effective control. N. Z. J.agric, 63: 91-5

Natal Sugar Experiment Station notes. S. Afr. Sug. J, 20: 81-87

Natal Sugar Experiment Station, Mount Edge-combe. Note on Sugar Cane variety selection work. South African Sugar Journ, 12: 10, 627-629

Natal Sugar Experiment Station. Annual Report for the year 1926-1927. South African Sugar Journ, 11: 5, 319-339

Natal testis weight and early post-natal body growth in the domestic fowl. Growth 8(4): 311 3-19

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Nation-wide survey shows third of U.S. corn acreage is hybrid. Seed World, 50: 7, 24-26

Nationaal Rapport van Nederlandsch-Indie voor de. Nationaal Rapport van Nederlandsch-Indie voor de [Intergouvernementeele Conterentie van Landen in het Verre Oosten voor Landelijke Hygiene, 3-13 Augustus, Volkenbond, Hygiene-Organisatie. Meded. Volksgezond. Nederland.-Indi6, 1937, 1937. 26: 3, 100-216

National A.R.P. for Animals. Scheme for Rural Areas. Vet. Rec, 52: 413-415

National Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis. Transactions of the Twenty-first Annual Conference, Southport June 27th, 28th and 29th, 1935. National Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis. Transactions of the Twenty-first Annual Conference, Southport June 27th, 28th and 29th London: Adlard & Son, Limited., xviii + 178

National Association of German Small Animal Breeders, affiliated to the Reichsnahrstand. Annual report 1939/40. Reichsverband Deutscher Kleintierzuchter e. V. dem Reichsnahrstand angegliedert. Jahresbericht 40, 1941?

National Biological Institute for Agriculture and Forestry, Staoe Branch. Report on the work carried out from 1st April, 1927 to 31st March, 1928. Die Landwirtschaft, 15-16 (Beu. zum Stader Tayebl.), 2

National Bureau of Standards tests disclose high strength of composite wood-concrete slab. Wood Pres. News. 22: 5-9, 12

National Centre of Agronomical Instruction and Research, Brazil. Arch. Fitotec. Uruguay. 3: 2,

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National Conference on Control of Hydatidosis (Law No. 12,733) held at Buenos Aires, 20th-23rd May, 1942. Conferencia nacional contra la hidatidosis. Ley No. 12,733. Mayo 20 al 23 de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires: Talleres Graficos " Gadola.", 151

National Egg-Laying Test, 1936-37. J. Dep. Agric. Eire, 35: 98-161

National Institute for Agricultural Botany. Proceedings of the Ninth Conference of Seed Analysts held at Cambridge on 21st July, 1932. National Institute for Agricultural Botany. Proceedings of the Ninth Conference of Seed Analysts held at Cambridge on 21st, 1932

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National Institute for Research in Dairying. Annual Report for the year ending 30th September 1938. National Institute for Research in Dairying. Annual Report for the year ending 30th September, Reading: Charles Elsbury & Son. ?. 92

National Live Stock Loss Prevention Board. N. Amer. Vet, 25: 145-147 and 154

National Meat Inspection in the united States of America. 12th Int. vet. Congr 406-419

National Milk Records. Ann. Rep. Nat. Milk Rec 39

National Milk Records for England and Wales. Ann. Rep. Nat. Milk Rec 48

National Milk Testing and Advisory Scheme. Memorandum on detergents. National Milk Testing and Advisory Scheme. Memorandum on detergents, Form B570/TPB, 8

National Milk Testing and Advisory Scheme. The standard routine test-provisional technique. National Milk Testing and Advisory Scheme. The standard routine test-provisional technique, C.158/T.P.Y,

National Milk Testing and Advisory Scheme. The ten minute resazurin test (provisional technique.). National Milk Testing and Advisory Scheme. The ten minute resazurin test (provisional technique.), C.150/T.P.Y,

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National Pig Industry Council reviews pig production. Why home-grown crops are vital. N.Z. J. Agric, 70: 337; 339

National Report of the Netherlands Indies for the Intergovernmental Conference of Far-Eastern Countries on Rural Hygiene, 3rd-l3th August, 1937. League of Nations, Health Organisation. Meded. Dienst Volksgezondh. Ned. Ind, Batavia, 26: 3, 99-216

National Research Council of Canada. Review of Activities for the Year Ended March, 1940. National Research Council of Canada. Review of Activities for the Year Ended, Ottawa, Price: 75 cents,

National Research Council of Canada. Twenty-fourth Annual Report, 1940-41 and the Review of Activities for the year ended March, 1941. National Research Council of Canada. Twenty-fourth Annual Report, 41 and the Review of Activities for the year ended 1941, Ottawa: National Research Council of Canada., 1021, 126. Price: 75 cents,

National Research Council. Eighteenth Annual Report, 1934-35. National Research Council. Eighteenth Annual Report, 35, 1935. 158

National Research Council. Twenty-first Annual Report, 1937-38 (1939). National Research Council. Twenty-first Annual Report, 38 (1939), 1939. 178

National and general reports presented at the Xlth Int. Hort. Congress. National and general reports presented at the Xlth Int. Hort. Congress, Rome, Italy, Sept. 16th-21st

National bull scheme. M.M.B. to start voluntary recording. Fmrs' Wkly. 19: 18, 15

National egg-laying test, 1939-40. J. Dep. Agric. Eire. 38: 115-172

National egg-laying test, 1940-41. J. Dep. Agric. Eire, 39: 140

National egg-laying test, 1941-42. J. Dep. Agric. Eire. 40: 163-207

National egg-laying test, 1942-1943. J. Dep. Agric. Eire. 41: 129-171

National egg-laying test, 1943-1944. J. Dep. Agric. Eire. 42: 113-156

National emergency specification for the design, fabrication and erection of stress grade lumber and its fastenings for buildings. Directive U.S. War Prod. Bd. (Conserv. Div.). 29, 63

National fitness. A brief essay on contemporary Britain. National fitness. A brief essay on contemporary Britain, Macmillan and Co., Ltd., London, 222. Price: 6s,

National flour (82 1/2 per cent, extraction) and bread. Sixth report from the Scientific Adviser's Division. Nature. 154: 788-790

National flour and bread. Second report. Nature. 160: 538-539

National flour. A second memorandum. Lancet 240(6144): 703

National forest facts, Southwestern Region, Arizona and New Mexico, 1944. National forest facts, Southwestern Region, Arizona and New Mexico U.S. Forest Service,Washington D.C., USA: 1944. 47

National forest parks. 1939, Emp. For. J, 18: 61-4

National forest policies recommended by the National Lumber Manufacturers Association for the lumber and timber products industries. National forest policies recommended by the National Lumber Manufacturers Association for the lumber and timber products industries, Washington, D.C., USA: 37

National forest scaling handbook. National forest scaling handbook, U.S.D.A. Forest Service,Washington D.C., USA: Revised ed., v + 119

National forest survey of Vasternorrland, 1938. National forest survey of the Ljungan, Indalsalven and Angermanalven watersheds, 1938 and 1939. National forest survey of Jamtland, 1939 and 1940.. Riksskogstaxeringen av Vasternorrlands lans skogar ar Riksskogstaxeringen av Ljungans, Indalsalvens och Angermanalvens flodomraden aren 1938 och 1939. Riksskogstaxeringen av Jamtlands lan aren 1939 och 1940, 1940; 1942

National fruit trials 1921-1944. National fruit trials,. Royal Horticultural Society, Vincent Square, London, S.W.I, 56. Price: 5s, bibl. 17

National health and diet at health and bathing resorts. Schweiz. med. Wochensdhr, 72: 598-599

National importance of diet. Rev. espan. Enferm. Aparat. digest. Nutric, 1: 99-102

National inventory of needs for sanitation facilities. II. Milk pasteurization facilities. Publ Health Repts 59(6): 189-204

National milk records. Agriculture [Gr Brit] 49(4): 247-251

National milk testing and advisory scheme. Steam sterilization on dairy farms. National milk testing and advisory scheme. Steam sterilization on dairy farms, London: Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries., 10

National nature reserves and conservation areas in England and Wales: report by the Nature Reserves Investigation Committee. Conference on Nature Preservation in Post-war Reconstruction. Mem., Society for the Promotion of Nature Reserves. 6., 82

National nutrition plan for the Philippines. Philippine J. Animal Indust, 6: 247-260

National nutrition policy in the Argentine Republic. Inst. Nac. Nutricion Buenos Aires. 3: 143

National parks in the Belgian Congo. Bull, agric, Congo belge, 32: 454-495

National physical unfitness and some remedies. Presidential Address, Ann. Congress Roy. Sanit. Assoc. of Scotland,

National problems of plant disease in Portugal. Rev Agron [Lisbon] 30: 414-438

National program for physical fitness revealed and developed on the basis of 13,000,000 physical examinations of selective service registrants. J. Amer, Med. Assoc, 125: 821-826

National provision against drought. III. Supplying drought-resistant and other fodders. Fmg. S. Afr, 16: 273-6

National seed shows of the Swedish Seed Growers Union during the years 1921-45. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 55: 201-30

Nationality of ownership and nature of constitution of rubber estates in Malaya. 5.5. and F.M.S. Dept. Agr., economic series butt. Nationality of ownership and nature of constitution of rubber estates in Malaya. 5.5. and F.M.S. Dept. Agr., economic series butt, 2: 26. Price: 50 cents,

Nationality trials of grasses and clovers. Meded. LandbHoogesch. Gent, 3: 113-32

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Native American tribal cultures: implications for veterinary medical education. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 34(2): 60-73

Native Authority Ordinance 1943 (No. 17 of 1943). The Ibadan Native Authority (Control of Swollen Shoot) Order 1945. Native Authority Ordinance (No. 17 of 1943). The Ibadan Native Authority (Control of Swollen Shoot) Order 1945, 1945. 1 p

Native Food Plants and Feeding Habits of the Cotton Stainer in St. Vincent. Agric. News, Barbados. June 17th; July 1st. 15: 369, 370, 202-203, 218

Native Husbandry in South Africa. Imp. Bureau of Anim. Genet. Quart. Bull, 2: 109-110

Native Insect Parasites and Predators attacking Diprion polytomum (Hartig) in Canada. Rep. ent. Soc. Ont, Toronto, 69: 25-28

Native Insect Pests of the Orchard and Garden. J. Dep. Agric. Vict, Melbourne, 31: pt. 11, 580-582

Native Insects and introduced Trees. Aust. Nat, Sydney, 7: 1, 12-14

Native Lespedezas in Kansas. Trans. Kansas Acad. Sci, 36: 78-81

Native Methods of Preventing Animal Diseases. Bull. Serv. zootech. Epiz. A.O.F, 2: 4, 45-48

Native Parasites as a Control for the Oriental Fruit Moth. Quart. Bull. Mich. Agric. Expt. Sta, East Lansing, Mich., 15: 4, 224-225

Native Rubber in the Dutch East Indies. Report to the Rubber Growers' Association. Native Rubber in the Dutch East Indies. Report to the Rubber Growers' Association, London, 48

Native agricultural implements in the Uganda Protectorate. E. Afr. agric. J, 8: 96-100

Native and adapted grasses for conservation of soil and moisture in the Great Plains and Western States. U S Dept Agric Farmers Bull 1812: 1-44

Native And Regenerated Bovine Albumin : Ii. Immunological Properties. Journal of General Physiology 26(6): 533-539

Native animal husbandry: Study No. 10. The West African Shorthorn (Bos brachyceros). J. S. Afr. vet. med. Ass, 5: 12

Native apiculture. Possible improvements. Bull, agric. Congo belge. 26: 453-466

Native breeds. Rev. Dep.nac. Prod. anim, Rio de Janeiro, 1: 225-243

Native breeds of geese. Dold.naue. Konf. Timirjazev. seljskokoz. Akad, 2, 166-170

Native coffee cultivation in N. Ruanda. Bull. agric. Congo belge. 34: 109-21. bibl. 4

Native complement in hyperthyroidism. Arch. Int. Med, 48: 462-469

Native cultivation and cultivation experiments. Bull, Agric. Congo belge, 32: 688-713

Native cultivation and experimentation. Bull. Agric, Congo Belge, 32: 688-713

Native diet in Zanzibar. East African Med. J, 12: 246-251

Native dietary. Ann. Med. and Sanit. Rep., Basutoland. (1936). 12; 15-16

Native dietary in French West Africa. Ann. Med. Pharm. colon, 35: 648-687

Native dietary in the Chinteche district, Nyasaland. Ann. Med. and Sanit. Rep., Nyasaland. (1937). 33

Native foodstuffs in Tanganyika. The preparation and use of local foodstuffs in the Shinyanga district of Sukumaland, Tanganyika Territory. Trap. Agric. Trinidad. 22: 32-38

Native forage plants. NORTH CAROLINA Agricultural Experiment Station Bull, 353, 27

Native grapes of Virginia. Proc. Va Acad. Sci.,. 1941. 2: 179 p

Native grass behaviour as affected by periodic clipping. J. Amer. Soc. Agron, 28: 447-56

Native grasslands in the Huron (South Dakota) area. J. Amer. Soc. Agron, 29: 403-11

Native insect parasites and predators attacking Diprion polytomum (Hartig) in Canada. Rep. ent. Soc. Ont, publ. 1939. 69: 25-8

Native methods of food storage in Tanganyika. E. Afr. agric. J, 6: 135-8

Native midwestern pastures. Their origin, composition and degeneration. NEBRASKA, University Conservation and Survey Division Cons. Bull, 22, 99

Native nutrition in Zanzibar. Ann. Med. and Sanit. Rep., Zanzibar, (1936). 1936. 36: 44-47

Native oil plants. Rev Hort Suisse 14(2-3): 40-43, 49-53

Native paddy cultivation and yields in Zanzibar. E. Afric. Agric. J, 9: 231-235

Native production of coffee on Kilimanjaro. Emp. J. exp. Agric, 4: 97-106

Native seed an adapted seeding technique - a look at Switzerland. Soil bioengineering: ecological restoration with native plant and seed material Conference, HBLFA Raumberg Gumpenstein, Austria, 5-9 September, 2006: 119-122

Native species for street planting.. Brasil madeireiro, 1: 5, 6-7

Native standards of living and African culture changes illustrated by examples bom the Ngoni Highlands of Nyasaland. Africa. Humphrey Milford, Oxford Univ. Press for International Institute of African Languages and Cultures, Seymour House, Waterloo Place, London, 11: 3, 56. Price: 1s

Native timber. Native timber, Northern Rhodesia Chamber of Mines.,Northern Rhodesia: 21

Native timber supplies of the Copperbelt: reconnaissance report. Native timber supplies of the Copperbelt: reconnaissance report, Northern Rhodesia Chamber of Mines., 3

Native trees and shrubs as feed for stock. Jour Dept Agric Victoria 43(3): 101-107

Native trees of Canada. Bull. Dom. For. Serv, 61 (rev.), v + 210

Native trees of Utah and the uses made of them by the early settlers. Proc. Utah Acad. Sci, 17: 115-17

Native vegetable tanning materials. IV. Extraction of fresh Pine bark. Collegium 1943. 79-86

Native vegetation as a criterion for determining correct range management and run-off characteristics of grazing lands. Jour Forest 39(10): 837-842

Native vegetation of the Southern Great Plains. Bull. ecol. Soc. Amer, 19: 30

Native wheats and wheat cultivation in Abyssinia. Atti R. Accad. Georgofili. Firenze, 12

Native woods for construction purposes in the South China Sea region. Burma, Malay Peninsula, Thailand, Sumatra, Java, Borneo, French Indo-China, and Southeast China including Hainan and Formosa. Native woods for construction purposes in the South China Sea region. Burma, Malay Peninsula, Thailand, Sumatra, Java, Borneo, French Indo-China, and Southeast China including Hainan and Formosa, Bureau of Yards and Docks, U.S. Navy Department. Navdocks,USA: P-163., iv + 277

Native woods for construction purposes in the Western Pacific region. (Revised edition covering the Solomon Islands, New Guinea Island, the Bismarck Archipelago, the Molucca Islands, Celebes, and the Philippine Islands.). Native woods for construction purposes in the Western Pacific region. (Revised edition covering the Solomon Islands, New Guinea Island, the Bismarck Archipelago, the Molucca Islands, Celebes, and the Philippine Islands.). Bureau of Yards and Docks, U.S. Department of the Navy. Navdocks,USA: P-101, v + 382

Natsu-dai-dai and its forms in Adzharia. Soviet Subtropics, 8; 36, 81-83

Nattan-Larrier's Method for the Serological Diagnosis of Leishmaniasis. Arch.Inst. Pasteur Tunis, 27: 203-210

Natura of Amoeboid Forms and So-Called Cysts and Degenerative Forms of Trichomonas. Arq. Inst. biol, S. Paulo., 11: 347-366

Natural Anti-Anthrax Immunity in the Chicken. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris, 112: 331-838

Natural Anticomplementary Power. C. R. Soc. Biol. Paris., 128: 861-863

Natural Antitoxic Immunity of the Horse, towards Various Bacteria Corynebact. diphtherias, d pseudotuberculosis, Staphylococci. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris., 121: 521-524

Natural Bactericidal Antibodies: Observations on the Bactericidal Mechanism of Normal Serum. Journal of Hygiene 31(1): 35-55

Natural Br.m. Infection in Pampas Cavies (Cavia pamparum). Rev. zootec, 22: 133-137

Natural Conditions favouring the Spread of Malaria and the Fauna of the Family Culicidae in the Valley of the River Chu in the Kirghiz Autonomous Soviet Socialistic Republic.. Med. Parasitol, Moscow, 3: 6, 489-499

Natural Control Investigations in British Columbia. (Systematic Series). Proc. Entom. Soc. Brit, Columbia, Victoria, 12, 37-39

Natural Control Investigations in Canada. Scientif. Agric, Gardenvale, Quebec., 2: 1, 20-22

Natural Control of Scale Insects in Hawaii. Proc. Hawaiian Entom Soc., Honolulu. 4: 2, 237-246

Natural Control of the Citrus Mealybug. J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y., 26: 4, 855-864

Natural Control of the Citrus Mealybug in Florida. U.S. Dept. Agric, Washington, D.C., 1117, 18

Natural Control of the Larvae of Anopheles by means of Aquatic Insects. Rend. R. Accad. Naz. Lincei. Rome, 29: 7-8, 244-247

Natural Control of the grey-banded Leaf-roller, Eulia mariana Fern., in Nova Scotia Orchards. Canad. Ent, Orillia, 69: 7, 145-146

Natural Cultivation of Pathogenic Moulds. Rev. Gen. Med. Vet, Sept. 15. 25: 297, 410-421

Natural Debab in the Dog. Transmission by Stomoxys. Bull. Soc. Path. Exot, Mar. 16: 3, 168-170

Natural Dispersion of Aphelinus mali (Hald.). J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis., 33: 5, 811 p

Natural Dispersion of Cochliomyia americana. J. econ. Ent, 30: 878-876

Natural Enemies and biological Control of Cockchafer Larvae. Z. PflKrankh, Stuttgart, 49: pt. 5, 338-381. f

Natural Enemies of Beet Leafhopper (Eutetux tendia, Baker). Jl. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y., 16: 3, 369-377

Natural Enemies of P. gossypiella in the State of Sao Paulo. Predatory Wasps and Parasites, with Notes on their Biology. Arq. Inst. biol, S. Paulo, 9: 187

Natural Enemies of Pests in Garden, Field and Forest. Nutzlinge in Garten, Feld und Wald, Stuttgart, Franckh'sche Verlagshandl., 128. Price: M.6,

Natural Enemies of Prickly Pear and their Introduction into Australia. Commonw. Australia, Inst. Sci. & Indust. Bull, Melbourne, 29, 80

Natural Enemies of Scale Insects and Whiteflies in Florida. Qrtly. Bull. Florida State Pl. Bd, Gainesville, 5: 3, 141-154

Natural Enemies of Simulium: Notes. Psyche, Boston, Mass, 21: 3, 95-99

Natural Enemies of Stegomyia calopus Meigen. Ann. Trop. Med. & Parasit, Liverpool, September 30th. 15: 3, 301-313

Natural Enemies of Sugar-cane Beetles in Queensland. Queensland Bur. Sugar Expt. Sta. Bull, Brisbane, 13, 47

Natural Enemies of the Argentine Ant, Iridomyrmex humilis, Mayr. S. African Jl. Sci, Cape Town, 14: 5, 245-247

Natural Enemies of the Genus Pseudococcus established in Chile. Agricultura tec, Santiago, Chile, 4: 1, 102 p

Natural Enemies of the Pea Aphid (Illinoia pisi, Kalt.); their Abundance and Distribution in Wisconsin. Jl. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y, 18: 4, 612-616

Natural Enemies of the Pear Leaf-curling Midge, Perrisia pvri, Bouche (Dipt., Cecidom.). Bull. Ent. Res, London, 18: pt. 2, 129-138

Natural Enemies of the Sugar-Beet Leaf-Hoppers in California. Mthly. Bull. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento, Cal., 4: 6, 277-279

Natural Factors favourable to the Development of Malaria in the Forest Steppe of Krasnoufimsk. Bull. Inst. Recherches biol. & Sta. biol. Univ. Perm. Perm, 3: pt. 9, 379-387

Natural Fatal Chagas Disease in a Dog. 9th Reun: Soc. argent. Pat. reg, 865-411

Natural Haemolysins in Normal Horse Serum. Jl Infect. Dis, Nov. 17: 3, 497-499

Natural Helminthiasis of the Goat Involving Infection with Trichostrongylus retortaeformis of the Rabbit. Vet. Rec, 49: 1411-1412

Natural Hosts and Disseminators of Rickettsia manchuriae (A Preliminary Note). Kitasato Arch. Exptl. Med, Tokyo, 9: 1, 84-89

Natural Hosts and Vectors of Brazilian Exanthematic Typhus. Brasil-med, 52: 269-272

Natural Immunity and Disease Resistance. The Genetical Point of View. Quart. Bull. Imp. Bureau Anim. Genet, 2: 73-84

Natural Immunity and Susceptibility of Culicine Mosquitoes to Avian Malaria. Amer. J. trop. Med, Baltimore, Md, 15: 4, 427-434

Natural Immunity of Certain Animals to Scorpion Venom. Arch. Inst. Pasteur Alger, 17: 625-632

Natural Immunity of the Dog to Rabies. C. R. Soc, Biol. Paris, 121: 1208-1205

Natural Infection by T. cruzi in a further two Species of Triatoma. Rev. Inst. Salub. Enferm. trop, Mexico, D.F., 1: 1, 73-78

Natural Infection by Tryp. cruzi in Dogs and Cats. 9th Reun: Soc. argent. Pat. reg, 412-417

Natural Infection of A. cruzi by the Malaria Plasmodium. Folia din. bid, Sao Paulo, 15: 1, 23-32

Natural Infection of Fleas with the Dog Heartworm (Dirofilaria immitis). N. Amer. Vet, 21: 4, 230-231

Natural Infection of Phlebotomus by Leishmania of Man and Dogs in Algeria. Arch. Inst. Pasteur Alger, 19: 209-218

Natural Infection of Phlebotomus chinensis in Peiping with Leishmania Flagellates. Chin. med. J, Peking, 56: 1, 47-51

Natural Infection of Phlebotomus chinensis with Flagellates morphologically indistinguishable from those of Leishmania donovani. Chin. med. J, Peiping, 50: 7, 911-916

Natural Infection of Rabbits with Brucella melitensis. Rev. prat. Mal. Pays chauds, 17: 229-230; 233

Natural Infection of a Cat with Leishmania sp. Bras.-med, 54: 180

Natural Infection of the Fetus with Lepiospira ieterohemorrhagiae in a Wild Rat. Amer. J. trop. Med, 20: 727-730

Natural Infection of the Mouse by Flagellates of the Flea, Ctenopsylla musculi Dug. Bull. Soc. Path. Exot, 15: 6, 405-406

Natural Infection of the Rabbit with Tuberculosis (Second Memoir). Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 46: 424-443

Natural Infection with Exanthematic Typhus in A.s. from Dogs in Sao Paulo. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris., 127: 1377-1380

Natural Infestation of the Rat-flea, Leptopsylla segnis, by H. diminuta. Folia din. biol, S. Paulo, 7: 3, 101-102

Natural Influences affecting its Propagation and Distribution. Philippine Agric. Review, Manila, 6: 11, 538-547

Natural Leishmaniasis of the Dog. Bull Soc. Path. Exot, 10: 5, 386-392

Natural Leishmaniasis of the Dog in Tunis. Bull. Soc. Path. Exot, Mar. 6: 3, 165-166

Natural Leptospiral Infection in the Rat Population Of Calcutta. Indian med. Gaz, 75: 284-286

Natural Malaria Infections in some South Indian Anophelines, with special Reference to A. culicifacies. J. Malar. Inst. India. Calcutta, 3: 4, 543-562

Natural Means of Defence against Locusts. Rev. Acad. Ciencias Zaragoza. Saragossa, 7: 94-118

Natural Occurrence of Eosinophilias. Jl. Parasit, Mar. 9: 3, 135-137

Natural Parasitism by Trichogramma minutum of the Eggs of the Sugar-cane Moth Borer, Diatraea saccharalis, in the Cane Fields of Puerto Rico. J. Agric. Univ. P. Rico. Rio Piedras, P.R., 27: 2, 39-83

Natural Pollination of Cocoa, Theobroma leiocarpa, Bern., on the Gold Coast II. Trop. Agriculture

Natural Population of the Head-louse (Pediculus humanus capitis : Anoplura) on infected Children in England. Parasitology, London, 34: 2, 180-184

Natural Protection of Scolytid Broods against Predacious Insects. Anz. Schadlingsk, Berlin, February 15th. 5: 2, 24-26

Natural Staphylococeus Antitoxin in Man and Animals. Rev. Immunol, 1: 401-414

Natural Surra in Cattle, Buffaloes, Dogs and Horses in Cochinchina. Rev. Med. vet. Toulouse., 90: 402-411

Natural Toxoplasmosis of the dog. Bull. Soc. Path. Exot, Dec. 6: 10, 681-683

Natural Transmission Of Eperythrozoon wenyoni by Hyalomma Ticks. Bull. Soc. Path. exot, 30: 459-460

Natural Transmission of Aujeszky's Disease.. Vet. Arhiv, 6: 31-42

Natural Transmission of Bact. pullorum Among Hens, and the Influence of Egg-Laying on the Agglutination Titre. Berl. tierarztl. Wschr, 50: 465-467

Natural Transmission of Foot and Mouth Disease (African Virus) from Cattle to Man, and from Man to Man. Ann. Soc. belge Med. trop, 16: 85-87

Natural Transmission of Heart-water of Sheep by Amblyomma variegatum (Fabricius 1794). Parasitology. Cambridge, March 24th. 22: 2, 260-267

Natural Transmission of Trypanosomiasis (T. peccrum Group) in the Absence of Tsetse-fly. Bull Entom. Research. London, 8: 1, 35-41

Natural Trypanosomiasis observed at Milan in a Dog imported from Somaliland. La Nuova Veterinaria, Sept. 15. 5: 9, 209-212

Natural Ways of Transmission of the Winter Wheat Mosaic Virus. C. R. Acad. Sci. URSS. Moscow, 29: 5-6, 429-432

Natural agglutination of Staphylococcus aureus. Ned. Tijdschr. Dier-geneesk. 87: 1164-1168

Natural alpha -, beta - and gamma -tocopherols and certain esters of biological interest. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 65: 918-924

Natural and Anti-Bacterial Immunity against Gas Gangrene. Wiss. Woche Frankfurt, 3: 123-126

Natural and Experimental Aphosphorosis of Cattle. Maroc-Medical, 239-242

Natural and Experimental Infection of Triatoma protracta Uhler and Mammals with American Human Trypanosomiasis. Amer. J. trop. Med, Baltimore, Md., 14: 6, 497-517

Natural and Experimental Infections of Dogs with Eimeria canis. J. Amer. vet. med. Ass, 88: 756-757

Natural and Experimentally Produced Gangrenous Mastitis in Cows. Cornell Vet, 24: 146-155

Natural and acquired Immunity in the Caterpillars of G. mellonella. Ann. Inst. Pasteur, Paris, 34: 11, 888-909

Natural and artificial crossing in rice. Riz et Rizicult, 7: 109-14

Natural and artificial fertilizers. Chemistry and Industry, 61: 67-8. bibl. 40

Natural and artificial hybridization between species and genera of the clover-like Leguminosae). Forschungsdienst, 5: 387-426

Natural and artificial hybridization of Avena sativa with A. fatua and its relation to the origin of fatuoids. Canad. J. Res, 11: 701-27

Natural and artificial hybridization of legume species and genera. Forschungsdienst, 5: 387-426

Natural and artificial polyploids in tapioca (Manihot utilissima). Proc. 31st Indian Sci. Congr., Delhi. Pt III, 91

Natural and artificial vitamin D. Ugeskr. Laeger. 99: 581

Natural and experimental Infection of Phlebotomus by L. brasiliensis in the State of Sao Paulo. Hospital. 20: 1, 25-35

Natural and experimental Trypanosoma vivax infection in camels. Race. Stud. Pat. vet, Somaliland -45. 1, 12-32

Natural and experimental calcification in Capillaria hepatica infection. Amer Jour Hyg Sect D 34(1): 13-17

Natural and Induced Changes in Chromosome Structure in Maize Endosperm. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 27(9): 431-435

Natural and induced resistance to shoot-rot in the Coconut. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci, 3: 6, 432-437

Natural and Induced Variations in the Vitamin Values of Milk. American Journal of Public Health and the Nation's Health 23(10): 1031-1034

Natural and potential Vectors of Theileriasis.. Izv. kazakh. Fil. Akad. Nauk (Ser. zool.). Alma-Ata., 2, 41-47

Natural and semi-natural British woodlands. Forestry 14(1): 1-21

Natural and synthetic indigo. Agric. colon, 34: 383-7

Natural and synthetic lumilactoflavin. Ber. deutsch. chem. Gesellsch, 68: 170-172

Natural and synthetic vitamin C in infant nutrition. A contribution to the problem of increased resistance and of requirement. Deutsch. med. Wochenschr, 68: 1257

Natural and wilderness areas within the National Forests. Ecology 22(3): 339-342

Natural antibodies against yeast-like fungi as measured by slide-agglutination. Jour Immunol Virus Res And Exp Chemother 50(3): 185-189

Natural area established in northwestern Pennsylvania virgin forest. Ecology. 22: 85-6

Natural bactericides and bacterial control.. Uspehi sovremennoi Biologii, 19: 358-71

Natural bentonite as a clarifying agent in the purification of cane juice. Centro Azucar 32(2): 15-17

Natural breeding structure in the Bromus carinatus complex as determined by population analyses. Amer Jour Bot 32(3): 142-148

Natural clearings in a Beech forest on high-lime soil. C.R. Lab. Carlsberg (Ser. chim.). 24: 315-32

Natural control of the olive fly. Jl. Picentino, Salerno. March- 4: 3-4, 165-167

Natural cross pollination and selection on cotyledon colour in cacao. Bergcultures. 12: 552-8. bibl. 4

Natural cross-fertilization in Linum usitatissimum L. (linseed) in the Bombay Deccan. J. Univ. Bombay, 8: Pt 5; (Biol. Sci. 8), 105-10

Natural cross-fertilization in rice. Poona Agric Coll Mag 25(2): 53-61

Natural cross-pollination and breeding for cotyledon colour in cacao. Bergcultures, 12: 552-58

Natural cross-pollination in lettuce. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci, 30: 545-47

Natural cross-pollination in linseed. Madras Agric. J, 26: 3-9

Natural cross-pollination in paddy. Indian Farming 6(1): 15-16

Natural cross-pollination in safflower. Indian Jour Genetics And Pl Breeding 2(1): 69-70

Natural cross-pollination of commercial cotton varieties. Bull. Cent. Asia Sci. Res. Inst. (NIHI) Tashkent. 2, 41-51

Natural cross-pollination studies in fiber flax. J. Amer. Soc. Agron, 29: 644-49

Natural crosses in wheat. "Granos" Semilla Selecta. B. Aires., 1; 2; 3, 20-22

Natural crossing between Brassica pekinensis and B. Napus.. Agric. Hort. Japan, 9: 1095-1100

Natural crossing in (Cajanus cojan L.) Millsp. in the BombayDeccan. Indian J. Genet. PI. Breed, 5: 60-62

Natural crossing in Setaria italica (Beauv.). Proc. Crop Sci. Soc. Japan. 6: 3

Natural crossing in Vicia faba. Chinese Jour Sci Agric [Chungking] 1(1): 63-65

Natural crossing in barley at Fort Collins, Colorado. Jour Amer Soc Agron 23(5): 402-406

Natural crossing in beans at different degrees of isolation. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci, 36: 637-40

Natural crossing in cotton. Bull. Roy. Agric. Soc. (Tech. Sec), Egypt, 18: 23

Natural crossing in lima beans in Maryland. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci, 37: 731-36

Natural crossing in oats. Nord. JordbrForskn, 13: 291-301

Natural crossing in rice and results of experiments on this subject made in Java. Dept Econ Zaken Mededeel Algemeen Proefsta Landbouw [Dutch East Indies] 38: 1-84

Natural crossing in soybeans and the results of experiments on this subject made in Java. Landbouw, 16: 119-28

Natural crossing in the pigeonpea. Jour Agric Res 49(10): 923-927

Natural crossing in tomatoes as related to distance and direction. Proc Amer Soc Hort Sci 41: 273-276

Natural crossing in wheat, oats and barley at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Scientific Agric 12(8): 470-483

Natural crossing of lima beans in Maryland during 1941. Proc Amer Soc Hort Sci 42: 557-561

Natural crossing with wild oats, Avena faiua. Sci. Agric, 13: 458-59

Natural diet and protein metabolism. Deutsch. med. Wochenschr, 61: 533-536 ; 577-579

Natural diet, scientific teaching and their reconciliation. Ernahrung. 7: 7-14

Natural drying of forage crops. Agric. Engng. St. Joseph, Mich, 17: 433-4 and 437

Natural drying of forage crops. Agric. Engng. St. Joseph., Mich, 20: 115-6

Natural dyes from peat, brown coal and Alder bark.. Legkaya Prom, 1/2, 12

Natural dyewoods and their present position in defense economy. Chem. Ind., N.Y, 49: 784-6

Natural enemies of some important pests of the Sugar Beet. Deutsche Zuckerind, 58: 35, 709-710

Natural enemy complex of Plutella xylostella (Linn.) on cauliflower. Advances in Indian Entomology: Productivity and Health a Silver Jubilee, Supplement No 3, Volume II; Insect and Environment: 89-95

Natural enrichment of meat poisoning organisms in carcasses. Z.Fleisch- u. Milchhyg, 54: 193

Natural feeding in calves. Rev. Zootech, 6, 429-430

Natural feeding of infants. Offentl. Gesundheitsd. B, 2: 383-388

Natural ferromanganiferous concretions as remedy for chlorosis. Trans. int. Soc. Soil. Sci. 1939. 95-97

Natural fodder land types, their significance and problems of grassland farming in the Union. Sovet. Bot, 1, 63-76

Natural fodder lands of the northern Aral regions. Mater. Kom. Pust. Vysokogor. Fev, 117-40

Natural foods in the American dietary. Jour Amer Dietetic Assoc 18(5): 279-284

Natural forest types in the low and high plains of Oltenia.. Rev. Padurilor. 57: 12, 277-93

Natural glades in beech-wood on calcareous soil. C.R. Lab. Carlsberg Ser. Chim, 24: 316-332

Natural grasses and their regeneration. Qd. Agric. J, 41: 398

Natural grasslands. Econ. Tec. Agric, Madrid, 5: 33-7

Natural grasslands in the canton of Fribourg, 1932, 1933, 1934. Landw. Jb. Schweiz, 49: 129-46; 145-6

Natural grasslands of the equatorial Andes. C. R. Soc. Biogeog, 12: 17-21

Natural hazard mitigation in local comprehensive plans: the case of flood, wildfire and drought planning in Arizona. Disaster Prevention and Management 15(3): 461-483

Natural history and predictors of disturbed eating behaviour in girls with Type 1 diabetes. Diabetic Medicine 24(4): 424-429

Natural history observations on the Audubon cottontail. Jour Mammal 22(3): 227-249

Natural history, or Brazil and its riches, with some observations on hygiene. Historia natural, ou o Brasil e suas riquezas, e algumas nocoes de higiene, Rio de Janeiro : Oficinas Graficas Villas Boas & C., Ed. 11, xii + 234. Price: 5 $000

Natural hosts of Bacterium vasculorum (Cobb) Gr. Smith in Mauritius. Proc. sixth Congr, int. Soc. Sug. Cane Tech., Baton Rouge, 437-447

Natural humoral immune competence and survival in layers. Poultry Science 86(6): 1090-1099

Natural humus and artificial fertilizers. Proc. Meetg. Sug. Tech. Brit. West Indies., 1944. 21-25

Natural hybridization and genetics of flickers (Colaptes). Amer. Nat, 70: 585-590

Natural hybridization in the genus Balsamorhiza. Amer Jour Bot 30(3): 179-187

Natural hybrids and their progeny. Jarovizacija. 1: 29, 100-01

Natural hybrids between Oryzopsis hymenoides and several species of Stipa. Amer Jour Bot 32(9): 599-608

Natural hybrids in the experimental ground. Giorn. Risicolt, 21: 157-61

Natural immunity against rabies. Zbl. Bakt. I. (Orig.), 151: 254-260

Natural immunity of Rubber trees to bark rot. Trop. Agriculturist, 68: 3, 143-145

Natural improvement of takyr.. Reclamation of deserts in Central Asia and Kazakstan. A symposium. 232-6

Natural infection and methods of prevention of coccidiosis. Rec. Med. vet, 120: 123-124

Natural infection of garlic (Allium sativum L.) by viruses in the Czech Republic. Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection 114(3): 97-100

Natural infection of grasses with Puccinia graminis. Phytopath 27(10): 1028

Natural infection of pigs with the virus of human influenza. Arch. Virusforsch, 3: 35-48

Natural infection of rats and mice by rat fleas parasitised by Herpetomonas pattoni. C.R. Acad. Sci, Paris., Feb. 16th. 158: 7, 450-453

Natural infection with zoonotic subtype of Cryptosporidium parvum in Capybara (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris) from Brazil. Veterinary Parasitology 147(1-2): 166-170

Natural infections of Heterodera schachtii on clovers in Britain. Journal of Helminthology, 17: 2, 93-100

Natural infectivity of Xylella fastidiosa Wells et al. in sharpshooters (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) from coffee plantations of Parana, Brazil. Neotropical Entomology 36(2): 274-281

Natural infestation of Planorbis adowensis Bourguignat, 1879, with Schistotoma mamon in French Soudan.. Bulletin de la Societe de Pathologie Exotique, 37: 9/10, 320-321

Natural inter-varietal hybridization of red clover. Selek. Semenovoa, 10/11, 37-9

Natural land divisions of Santa Cruz County, California: their utilization and adaptation. Bull. Calif. agric. Exp. Sta, 638, 56

Natural land types of Massachusetts and their use. Massachusetts Agric Exp Sta Bull 385: 1-16

Natural maize phenolic acids for control of aflatoxigenic fungi on maize. Journal of Food Science 72(5): M180-M185

Natural malaria infection of house-frequenting Anopheles mosquitoes in Uganda. VII. Internal parasites other than malaria. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 26: 3, 239-266

Natural mineral waters and their effect on glycogen storage. Klin. Wochenschr, 14: 1646-1648

Natural movement of phosphoric acid in soils. II.. ForschDienst, 6: 462-473

Natural mutation rate in corn. Genetics, 23: 147 p

Natural mutations in pure lines as a-source of new varieties of self-fertilized plants. Selektsija i Semenovodstvo. (Breeding and Seed Growing), 5, 30-34

Natural nutrients of fresh and manufactured foods. Analyst 69(816): 71

Natural occurrence of tularemia in dogs used as a source of canine distemper virus. Jour Lab And Clin Med 29(9): 906-915

Natural or commercial marl.. ForschDienst, 3: 88-94

Natural parasites of mosquitoes in India. Proceedings of the National Institute of Sciences of India. 4: 2, 237-239

Natural pasture deficiency during winter months. Qd. Agric. J, 40: 317-8

Natural pasture to cultivated pasture. Medd. norske Myrselsk, 37: 209-10

Natural pastures : their response to superphosphates. (Commonwealth of Austral., Counc. Sci. and Indust, Res. Bull. No. 83). Natural pastures : their response to superphosphates, Commonwealth of Austral., Counc. Sci. and Indust, Res., 76

Natural pastures for horses in the mountains of Kirghisia. Natural pastures for horses in the mountains of Kirghisia, Tashkent., 38

Natural pastures: their response to superphosphate. Australia, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research Bull, 83, 76

Natural phosphates in cattle feeding. Rev. vet. et J. Med. vet. ei Zootech, Nov

Natural pigments of the fasting gastric contents. Deutsch. med. Wochenschr, 62: 969-970

Natural pollination of cocoa, Theobroma leiocarpa, on the Gold Coast. Trop Agric [Trinidad] 19(1): 12-16

Natural principles of land use. Natural principles of land use 274p 32 pl

Natural products as a gold mine for arthritis treatment. Current Opinion in Pharmacology 7(3): 344-351

Natural products as sources of new drugs over the last 25 years. Journal of Natural Products 70(3): 461-477

Natural protection from soil erosion. Rhod. agric. J, 34: 146-58

Natural protection of hardwoods against the larvae of Hylotrupes bajulus L. and its cause.. Z. angew. Ent, 30: 391-417,

Natural protection of hen eggs against bacterial decomposition. Z. Fleisch u. Milchhyg, 54: 211-214 ; 223-226

Natural pruning in second-growth Douglas-Fir. For. Res. Note Pacif. Nthwest. For. & Range Exp. Sta, 31, 5

Natural pruning of Pine.. Lesnoe Khozyaystvo, Moscow. 1939: 29-33

Natural races and cultural variations in some Aspergilli. Ann. Soc. sci. Brux, 54: 161-189

Natural range and association of Oak in north-east Switzerland.. Scweiz. Z. Forstw, 93: 255

Natural recovery of genetic diversity by gene flow in reforested areas of the endemic Canary Island pine, Pinus canariensis. Forest Ecology and Management 244(1-3): 122-128

Natural regeneration. Annual report of the Director of Forestry for the year ended 31st, Govt. Printer,New Zealand: 1941. 14-5

Natural regeneration. Report on the Forestry Department, Gold Coast, for the year 45, Govt. Printing Department,Accra, Gold coast: 1945. 2-3

Natural regeneration following concentrated fellings.. Lesnoe Khozyaystvo, Moscow. 8, 27-31

Natural regeneration in plantation woodlands and notes on plant naturalization.. Maderil. 16: 11-4

Natural regeneration of Engelmann spruce. Seventh annual report of the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station Rocky Mt. Forest and Range Exp. Sta.,Fort Collins, Colorado., USA: 1943?. 28

Natural regeneration of Pinus radiata. Annual report of the New Zealand Director of Forestry for the year ended 31st, Govt. Printer,Wellington, New Zealand: 1943. 4-5, 7

Natural regeneration of Silver Fir in the Emilian Apennines.. Riv. for. ital, 1: 9-23

Natural regeneration of Spruce.. Bull. Soc. for. Franche-Comte. 24: 1, 22-9

Natural regeneration of Triplochiton scleroxylon. Annual report on the Forest Administration of Nigeria for the year, Govt. Printer,Lagos, Nigeria: 1944. 7-8

Natural regeneration of White pine lands following the hurricane. Fox For. Notes. 21, 2

Natural regeneration of exotic species in Hanmer Springs district. N.Z. J. For. 41. 4: 300-5

Natural regeneration of pioneer species on abandoned land. Report on the Forestry Department, Gold Coast for the year 45, Govt. Printing Department,Accra, Gols Coast: 1945. 3

Natural regeneration of shortleaf pine in the Missouri Ozarks. Jour Forest 43(5): 339-345

Natural regeneration of subtropical montane high forests and dry mixed evergreen forests. Silvicultural Research Administration, Ceylon 1945. 4-5

Natural regeneration on felled plots after tractor logging.. Lesnoe Khozyaystvo, Moscow. 7: 27-30

Natural regeneration on the margin of felling areas.. An. Inst. Cerc. Exp. for., Bucuresti (Ser. 1). 8: 30-86

Natural regeneration: a practical example. Quart. J. For, 39: 21-4

Natural relative hypoplasia of organs and the process of ageing. Jour Path And Bact 54(1): 13-24

Natural reproduction of trees and shrubs introduced to the New Forest. Quart Jour Forest 39(2): 91-99

Natural resins of the British Empire. Crown Colonist. Oct., 711

Natural resistance and clinical medicine. Natural resistance and clinical medicine xx+1344p 5 maps

Natural resistance and susceptibility to Russian spring-summer encephalitis in mice. Proc Soc Exp Biol And Med 54(2): 201-202

Natural resistance to helminthic infections. Jour Parasitol 28(1): 1-24

Natural resource: sustainable development of dryland agriculture, forests and grasslands. How are we supporting the current population by sustainable food production?: 185-243

Natural resources and agriculture in Paraguay. Plants and plant science in Latin America. 125-7

Natural resources and the States. Conservation of Renewable Natural Resources. University of Pennsylvania Press,Philadelphia, USA: 161-74

Natural resources in the plant kingdom, Bolivia. Chron. bot, 6: 404-6,

Natural resources of the North and the fight with vitamin deficiency. 2. The influence of soaking and freezing on the antiscorbutic activity of the cloudberry.. Arch. Sci. biol. U. S. S. R, 42: 113-129

Natural resources of the vegetable kingdom in Bolivia. Chron. bot, 6: 404-6. bibl. 6

Natural restocking of Redwood cutover lands. J. For, 40: 683-8

Natural revegetation of abandoned crop land in the South-Central United States. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer, 21: 27,

Natural revegetation of abandoned crop land in the ponderosa pine zone of the Pike's Peak region in Colorado. Ecology 26(4): 363-374

Natural revegetation of abandoned fields in western North Dakota. NORTH DAKOTA Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin. 321, 18

Natural revegetation on eroded soils in south-eastern Ohio. Iowa St. Coll. J. Sci, 9: 365-76

Natural reversion to grass. Observations on the effect upon soil fertility of (a) established grass and (b) clover as compared with natural reversion to grass. E. Afr. Agric. J, 4: 411-4

Natural root grafts in New Zealand trees. Trans Roy Soc New Zealand 71(3): 199-203

Natural seed sources of Agropyron cristatum. Selek. Semenovodstvo, 2/10, 63-4

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Natural selection in red clover breeding. Zuchter, 8: 179-82

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Natural selection in wild Drosophila melanogaster populations. C. R. (Dokl.) Acad, Sci. U.R.S.S, 15: 97-99

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Natural selection within plant species, as exemplified in a permanent pasture. J. Hered, 28: 329-33

Natural self-pollination in cucumbers. Proc Amer Soc Hort Sci 40: 411-412

Natural service and artificial insemination of mares. Dtsch. tierarztl. Wschr. 51: 83-87

Natural silage made by a new biological process. Ztschr. Tierernahrung Futtermittelk, 3: 263-275

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Natural sources, habitats, and reservoirs of insects associated with stored food products. Hilgardia 16(4): 187-222

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Natural spread of Dutch Elm. Arborist's News. 8: 12, 89-90

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Natural succession of vegetation on abandoned farm lands in Teton County, Montana. Jour Amer Soc Agron 32(5): 330-336

Natural succession on fallow land. Annual report on the Forest Administration of Nigeria for the year, Govt. Printer,Lagos, Nigeria: 1944. 10

Natural sulphurs in the control of the Vine fungus. Rivista Agricola. 25: 557, 57-58

Natural swards of meadow foxtail. Semenovodstvo, 5, 58-9

Natural tanning materials of the Southeastern United States: VIII. Mountain species. J. Amer. Leath. Chem. Ass, 40: 11, 422-6

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Natural tanning materials of the southeastern United States. J. Amer. Leath. Chem. Ass, 39: 173-8

Natural tanning materials of the southeastern United States. III. New tropical and subtropical sources. J. Amer. Leather Chem. Ass, 38: 144-8

Natural tanning materials of the southeastern United States. IV. The trees of the coastal plain. J. Amer. Leather Chem. Ass, 38: 235-8

Natural tanning materials of the southeastern United States: I. A preliminary report covering the period July 1, 1940-August 1, 1941. J. Amer. Leather Chem. Ass, 37: 340-56

Natural tanning materials of the southeastern United States: II. Domestic leaf Sumac - a practical and satisfactory substitute for Sicilian leaf. J. Amer. Leather Chem. Ass, 38: 30-4

Natural thinning in unthinned Teak plantations.. Tectona. 32: 290-308

Natural transmission and comparative analysis of small ruminant lentiviruses in the Norwegian sheep and goat populations. Virus Research 125(2): 153-161

Natural transmission and conservation of typhus riekettsia. Immunity, epidemiology, prophylaxis. Arch. Inst. Pasteur. Maroc., 2: 674-715

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Natural variations in postpartum maternal care in inbred and outbred mice. Physiology & Behavior 91(2-3): 325-334

Natural vegetation as a key to conservation practices. Conservation of Renewable Natural Resources. University of Pennsylvania Press,Philadelphia, USA: 1-3

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Natural ventilation performance of a large greenhouse equipped with insect screens. Transactions of the ASABE 50(2): 641-650

Natural versus cultivated forest.. Tidsskr. Skogbr, 49: 67-75

Natural walnut hybrids in the East. Rep. Proc. 27th Annu. Mtg. Nth. Nut Gr. Ass, Geneva, N.Y., 30-40

Natural wheat-rye hybrids on the experimental fields of the Zagreb Institute for Plant Breeding. Poljoprivredna Naucna Smotra, Zagreb, 3: 98-106

Naturally Acquired Antistaphylococcic Immunity in Different Species of Animals. Bull. Acad. vet. Fr, 8: 374-383

Naturally Acquired Antistaphylococcic Immunity in the Guinea Pig. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris, 122: 606-609

Naturally Acquired Antitetanic Immunity in Animals of the Bovine, Ovine and Caprine Species. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris, 112: 1157-1160

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Naturally Acquired Pulmonary TB. Caused by the Avian Type of Bacillus in G. Pigs. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris., 127: 103-105

Naturally Attenuated Strains of Rabies Virus. Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 68: 314-322

Naturally Contracted Foot-and-Mouth Disease in the Hedgehog. Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries. Fifth Progress Report of the Foot-and-Mouth Disease Research Committee. 56-63

Naturally Contracted Trypano-somiasis of the Dog in the Sahara. Preliminary Note. Bull. Soc. Path. Exot, 15: 7, 549-551

Naturally Occurring Spirochaetosis of the Domestic Duck. Bull. Soc. Path. Exot, Oct. 13: 8, 647-648

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Nature and etiological treatment of pregnancy toxaemia. Klin. Wochenschr, 13: 369-373

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