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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 13460

Chapter 13460 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Pathological studies on Rice blast, caused by Piricularia oryzae. II. On the mode of infection of the pathogene.. Ann. phytopath. Soc, Japan, 6: 3, 18

Pathological studies on Watermelon wilt. I. On the mode of infection of the causal fungus Fusarium niveum, E.F.S.. Bult. Sci. Fakultato Terkultura, 5: 3, 313-326

Pathological studies on Watermelon wilt. II. On the migration of microconidia.. Bult. Sci. Fakultato Terkultura, Kjusu Imper. Univ, 5: 5, 577-589

Pathological studies on Watermelon wilt. IV. The pathological anatomy of the affected plants.. Bull. Sci. Fakultato Terkultura, Kjusu Imper. Univ, 6: 1, 1-33

Pathological studies on the penetration of the cercaria of the strigeid trematode, Diplostomum flexicaudum. Journal of Parasitology, 22: 4, 329-337

Pathological symptoms and reaction of the various cultivated plants on reclamation-diseased soils. Deutsche Landw. Presse, 61: 47, 581 p

Pathological symptoms in Bed Cur-rants induced by mineral nutrition. Tijdschr. PlZiekt, 43: 2, 33-58

Pathological symptoms in Primula obconica. Blumen-und Pflanzenbau. 41: 6, 92-93

Pathological transformations of albuminoid substances in Tobacco. Ann. Sci. Agron, 46: 5, 604-610

Pathological troubles and pests of Tobacco in Rumania during 1932. Bul. Gultivarei si Fermentarei Tutunului. Bucarest, 21: 4, 9

Pathological variegation of Pelargonium and other plants. Lavori R. 1st. Bot. di Palermo. 4: 201-240

Pathological, histological, and symptomatological studies on Pineapple root rots. Amer. Journ. of Botany, 18: 6, 465-498

Pathological, physiological and clinical significance of blood iodine level. Klin. Wochenschr, 11: 6-9

Pathological-Anatomical Changes in Rabbits vaccinated with BCG. Am. Inst. Pasteur, 47: 44-56

Pathological-Anatomical Changes in So-Called Virulent Form of Foot and Mouth Disease of Guinea Pigs. Z. InfektKr. Haustiere, 46: 5-14

Pathological-anatomical characteristics of classical swine fever. Praxis Veterinaria Zagreb 54(3): 117-124

Pathological-anatomical peculiarities of goitre in the Surgical Clinic, Batavia. Geneesk. Tijdschr. Nederland.-Indie. 81: 515-544

Pathological-anatomical studies on changes in the sexual apparatus, especially the testis, in relation to impotence in the bull. Munch. tierarztl. Wschr, 88: 437-441; 448-453; 461-465

Pathologico-anatpmical and serological Observations on the Trypanosomiases. Final Rep. League of Nations Internat. Commis s. Human Trypanosomiasis. Geneva, 245-323

Pathology. Rept. Committee in charge of Exper. Stat. for year ending Sept. 30, -Proc. Forty-fourth Ann. Meeting Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Assoc. 1924, 1925. 51-57

Pathology. Rept. Committee in charge of Exper. Stat. for the year ending September 30, -Proc. Forty-fifth Ann. Meeting, Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Assoc., 1925, 1926. 39-48

Pathology. Rept. Committee in charge of Exper. Stat. for year ending Sept. 30, -Proc. Forty-sixth Ann. Meeting Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Assoc. 1926, 1927. 34-40

Pathology. Proc. Hawaiian Sugar Planters' A880C., Forty.eighth Ann. Meeting, 1929. 331-336

Pathology. Proc. Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Assoc., Forty-ninth Ann. Meeting, 1930. 99-109

Pathology. Proc. Hawaiian Sugar Planters Assoc., Fiftieth Ann. Meeting, 1931. 437-451

Pathology. Proc. Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Assoc., Fifty-first Ann. Meeting, 1932. 605-618

Pathology. Ann. Rept. Ctte. in charge of the Exper. Stat. for the year ending September 30, h, (ex Proc. Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Assoc., Fifty-second Ann. Meeting, 1932). 1933. 23-42

Pathology. Ann. Rept. Ctte. in charge of the Exper. Stat. for the year ending September 30th, (ex Proc. Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Assoc., Fifty-third Ann. Meeting, 1934). 1934. 24-35

Pathology. Rep. Hawaii. Sug. Exp. Sta. 1937. 28-35

Pathology. Rep. Hawaii Sug. Exp. Sta. 1938. 28-34

Pathology. Sep. Hawaii. Sug. Exp. Sta., (ex Proc. Hawaii. Sug. Pl Ass., 1938). 1939. 30-38

Pathology. Rep. Hawaii. Sug. Exp. Sta., (ex Proc. Hawaii. Sug. Pl. Ass., 1939), 1940. 28-42

Pathology. Rep. Hawaii Sug. Exp. Sta., (ex Proc. Hawaii Sug. Pl. Ass., 1940, 1941. 22-36

Pathology. Rep. Hawaii Sug. Exp. Sta., 1942. 28-42

Pathology. Rep. Hawaii Sug. Exp. Sta., 2 (ex Printed Reps. Hawaii Sug. Pl. Ass., 1942). 1943. 23-36

Pathology. Rep. Hawaii Sug. Exp, Sta, 19-28

Pathology Of Chronic Pasteurellosis in Calves. Dtsch. tierarztl. Wschr, 44: 296-297

Pathology and Bacteriology of TB. in Dogs.. Arhiva vet, 30: 5, 1-29

Pathology and Histology of Amidostomum Infestation in Geese. Trud. vsesoyuz. Inst. Helmintol, 3: 59-63

Pathology and Histology of Swine Paratyphoid. Z. InfektKr. Haustiere, 53: 180-200

Pathology and Histopathology of Glanders of the Submaxillary Lymph Nodes.. Jap, J. vet. Sci, 2: 427-446

Pathology and Histopathology of Tularaemia and Pseudotuberculosis in G. Pigs. Z. InfektKr. Haustiere, 54: 288-254

Pathology and Inheritance.. Fest-schift J. U. Duerst, 288-237

Pathology and Pathogenesis of Chronic Fluorine Poisoning in Cattle. Dtsch. tierarztl. Wschr, 352-357

Pathology and Pathogenesis of Tuberculosis and its Importance in Meat Hygiene. Dtsch. tierarztl. Wschr, 44: 687-691

Pathology and Pathogenesis of Tuberculosis in Fur Animals. Inaug. Diss. Munich, 28

Pathology and Pathogenesis of the Most Important Pig Diseases. Dtsch. tierarztl. Wschr. 50: 1-4

Pathology and Serotherapy of Tetanus in the Horse. Vet. Arhiv, 3: 572-587

Pathology and Therapeutics of Nagana : An Appeal. J. comp. Path, 50: 812-313

Pathology and Treatment of Sterility and Infectious Abortion with Reference to Endocrinology, and the Possibilities of Chemotherapy. Berl. Tier. Woch, 46: 416-417

Pathology and aetiology of toxic liver dystrophy indogs. Skand. VetTidskr, 35: 356-361

Pathology and comparative damage done by stomach, nodular, and tape worms in sheep. Bulletin. Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station, 444, 89-90

Pathology and complications of Ascariasis. Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 37: 19, 296-300

Pathology and epidemiology of natural West Nile viral infection of raptors in Georgia. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 43(2): 214-223

Pathology and epidemiology of pellagra, based on observations in Transcaucasia. Arch. f. Schiffs-u. Tropenhyg, 37: 85-124

Pathology and histopathology of calf paratyphoid (Salmonellosis). Trud. vsezoyuz. Inst. eksp. Vet, 14: 124-131

Pathology and immunity to infection with hererophyid trematodes. Biological Bulletin. 81: 2, 279-280

Pathology and mycology of Corn. Rep. la agric. Exp. Sta., 37, 1937. Part II, 51-58

Pathology and mycology of Corn. Rep. la agric. Exp. Sta Part II, 54-58

Pathology and mycology of Corn. Rep. Ia agric. Exp. Sta., 42, Part II, 1942?. 31-59

Pathology and mycology of Corn. Rep. la agric. exp. Sta Part II, 52-57

Pathology and mycology of Corn. Rep. Ia agric. Exp. Sta., 44. 1945?. Part II, 62-66

Pathology and pathogenesis of experimental fluorosis in cattle. 1. Bone lesions in cattle fed a diet adequate in calcium and low in phosphorus. Indian J. Vet. Sci, 14: 205-210

Pathology and therapeutics of sprue. Schueiz. med. Wochenschr, 68: 70-72

Pathology and therapy of rumination in infancy. Orvosi Hetilap, 77: 423-426

Pathology in forest practice. Pathology in forest practice, New York, J. Wiley & Sons, Inc., London, Chapman & Hall, Ltd., xi + 618. Price: $5.50

Pathology in forest practices. Pathology in forest practices, John Wiley and Sons Inc.; Chapman and Hall Ltd.,New York; London., USA; UK: xi + 618. Price: $5.50,

Pathology of Acute Fowl Cholera. Clin. vet, Milano, 58: 281-291

Pathology of Acute Fowl Cholera. II. Brain, Kidneys, Intestines, Spleen and Pancreas. Clin. vet, 441-452

Pathology of Acute Hepatitis. Aspiration Biopsy Studies of Epidemic, Arsenotherapy and Serum Jaundice. Lancet, 245: 402-408

Pathology of African Horse Sickness in Eritrea. Nuova Vet, 17: 45-53

Pathology of Calf Pneumonia. J. Amer. vet, med. Ass, 94: 365-371

Pathology of Canine Spiroehaetosis.. 3rd int. Congr. comp. Path., 1936. 2: Pt. 1, 395-401

Pathology of Corns in Horses. Inaug. Diss, Berlin, 22

Pathology of Dourine with Special Reference to the Microscopic Changes in Nerve Tissues and other Structures. Jl. Agric. Res., Washington, Nov. 1. 18: 3, 145-154

Pathology of Equine Infectious Anaemia. Bull Off. internal. Epiz, 13: 1-36

Pathology of Equine Infectious Anaemia and its Role in Mixed Infection with Tuberculosis and Strangles-Streptococcus equi Infection. Dtsch. tierarztl Wschr, 42: 506-508

Pathology of Faseioliasis. Zverol. Rozpravy, 8: 184 193-200; 205-209

Pathology of Fowl Paralysis. Inaug. Diss, Munich, 59

Pathology of Fowl Plague. J. Jap. Soc. Vet. Sci, 12: 147-164

Pathology of Infectious Diseases of the Respiratory Organs of the Horse, Especially the So-Called Infectious Catarrh of the Respiratory Tract and Strangles. Z. Veterinark, 52: 73-89

Pathology of Infectious Pleuro-Pneumonia in Angora Goats. Arch. wiss. prakt. Tierheilk, 73: 285-294

Pathology of Liver Fluke Infestation in Rabbits. Profilassi, 14: 1-6

Pathology of Lymph Nodes : Diagnosis and Prognosis. Amer. J. clin. Path, 13: 450-463

Pathology of Malignant Bovine Catarrh. Nuovo Ercol, 39: 281-297

Pathology of Piglet Influenza. Dtsch. tierarztl. Wschr, 44: 850-851

Pathology of Plasmodium gallinaceum Infection In Fowls Inosulated vita Infected Blood. Riv. Partassit, 5: 141-154

Pathology of Rinderpest and Piroplasmosis. Wien. tierarztl Mschr, 20: 785-795

Pathology of Rinderpest. Part II. The Spleen.. J. Jap. Soc. vet. Sci, 14: 417-444

Pathology of Seminal Blockage in Goat Bucks. Dtsch. tierarztl. Wschr, 50: 381-385

Pathology of Setaria infestation in the horse. Jap. J. vet. Sci, 7: 117-130

Pathology of Sheep Pox with Special Reference to Atypical Pox. Yearb. vet. med. Fac, Sofia., 18: 413-538

Pathology of TB. in Domestic Animals with Reference to Ranke's Doctrine. Tierarztl. Mitt, 19: 875-879

Pathology of Tularaemia in the Belgian Hare (Oryctolagus cuniculus). Nat. Inst. Hlth Bull, 167: 83-114

Pathology of Tularaemia in the Black-Tailed Jack Rabbit (Lepus sp). Nat. Inst. Hlth Bull, 167: 115-119

Pathology of Tularaemia in the California Ground Squirrel (Citellus beecheyi beecheyi). Nat. Inst. Hlth Bull, 167: 131-139

Pathology of Tularaemia in the Cotton Rat (Sigmodon hispidus). Nat. Inst. Hlth Bull, 167: 127-130

Pathology of Tularaemia in the Cottontail Rabbit (Sylvilagus floridanus). Nat. Inst. Hlth Bull, 167: 121-126

Pathology of anaemia of cattle due to a diet of marrow-stem kale. Dtsch. tierarztl. Wschr, 51: 67-69

Pathology of artificially induced scurvy in the monkey with and without chronic calcium deficiency. Publ Health Repts 57(27): 987-993

Pathology of blood glycogen. Schweiz. med. Wochenschr, 65: 823-826

Pathology of changes, in the atrioventricular system of a horse with the Adams-Stokes syndrome. Vet. Arhiv, 11: 76-99

Pathology of deficiency diseases. morphological investigation of vitamin B and protein deficiency in young albino rats. Beitr. pathol. Anat, 104: 76-138

Pathology of epithelial tissues in vitamin A deficiency. Bol. Secr. Ger. Saude Assist, 5: 57-74

Pathology of experimental tularemia in the golden hamster (Cricetus auratus). Publ. Hlth Rep, Wash., 60: 1243-1253

Pathology of glycogen disease. Monatsschr. Kinderheilk, 70: 238-258

Pathology of infantile marasmus. Arch. Kinderheilk, 105: 43-53

Pathology of infectious bronchitis and broncho-pneumonia of cattle and their differential diagnosis. Dtsch. tierarztl. Wschr./Tierarztl. Rdsch, 52/50: 337-341

Pathology of infectious encephalitis in the horse and rabbit. Med. Wet, 1: 47-57

Pathology of intestinal absorption. Schweiz. med. Wochenschr, 65: 1093-1097

Pathology of intestinal obstruction. Rev. Beige Sci. Med, 4: 1-75

Pathology of malignant oedema in swine. Allatorv. Lapok.p, 1:

Pathology of metabolism in obesity. Iodine treatment. Nutrition. 3: 605-612

Pathology of nutritional oedema during disease: cause and cure. Experiments on animals. Ztschr. ges. exp. Med, 103: 586-621

Pathology of obesity. Acta med. scand, 89: 199-228

Pathology of pernicious anaemia. Deutsch. med. Wochenschr, 61: 961-962

Pathology of quaking Aspen in Utah in relation to regulation. Phytopath, 12: 9, 446 p

Pathology of rickets in dairy calves. (Michigan State Coll Agric. Exp. Stat. Tech. Bull. No. 150). Pathology of rickets in dairy calves, Michigan State Coll Agric. Exp. Stat., 47

Pathology of schistosome dermatitis. Archives of Dermatology and Syphilology, 42: 3, 410-418

Pathology of the Accessory Genital Glands in Swine. Tierarztl. Rdsch, 47: 586-590

Pathology of the Adrenal Glands in Cattle.. Systematische Untersuchungen uber die pathologisch-anatomischen Veranderungen der Nebenniere des Rindes, Hanover, Germany:

Pathology of the Central Nervous System of Animals. I. Botulism in Swans. Berl. tierarztl. Wschr, 49: 549-552

Pathology of the Central Nervous System of Animals. III. Leptomeningitis Mycotica in an Elk. Berl. tierarstl. Wschr. 52: 144-145

Pathology of the Central Nervous System. Ependymitis granularis in the Horse. Berl. tierarztl Wschr, Jan 29th. 65-68

Pathology of the Central Nervous System. I. Endarteritis Obliterans as the Cause of Apoplectic Attacks in a Horse. Berl. tierarztl. Wschr 51: 768-769

Pathology of the Central Nervous System. II. Ependymitis Granularis. Berl. tierarztl. Wschr 51: 114-116

Pathology of the Central Nervous System. III. Pseudoealcification of Blood Vessels in the Extrapyramidal Centres. Berl. tierarztl. Wschr 52: 33-34

Pathology of the Central Nervous System. IV. Cholesteatosis Cerebri. Berl. tierarztl. Wschr 52: 312-314

Pathology of the Central Nervous System. VII. Acute and Chronic Encephalitis. Berl. tierarztl. Wschr, June 25th. 393-395

Pathology of the Central Nervous System. VIII. Fibrosis of the Cerebellar Uvula. Berl. tierarztl Wschr, July 15th. 413-415

Pathology of the Corpus Luteum. Dtsch. tierarztl. Wschr, 45: 485-487

Pathology Of The Dermatitis Caused By Megalopyge Opercularis, A Texan Caterpillar. Journal of Experimental Medicine 35(5): 737-753

Pathology of the Eye and the Nervous System in Generalized Canine Leishmaniasis. Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 57: 463-486

Pathology of the Liver. Production of Toxic Dystrophy of the Liver. Arch. wiss. prakt. Tierheilk, 70: 99-121

Pathology of the Pancreatic Islets. Arch. Path, 36: 217-232

Pathology of the Skin in Surra. Veterinariya. Moscow, 2, 83-84

Pathology of the Spermatozoa of Domestic. Mammals. Inaug. Diss. Hanover,

Pathology of the central nervous system in canine black tongue. Arch Path 18(4): 459-472

Pathology of the chief types of tuberculosis met with in meat inspection. Tierarztl. Z, 2/3, 28-30

Pathology of the ejaculate and of the seminal cells of. Dissertation, Hanover., 55

Pathology of toxicosis in infants. Acid base balance in parenteral infections. Monatsschr. f. Kinderheilk, 59: 18-23

Pathology of trichinosis. Amer. J. clin. Path, 13: 627-643

Pathology of tropical diseases. An atlas. NON-PERIODICAL LITERATURE. Philadelphia & London., x + 350

Pathology of vitamin deficiencies. Klin. Wochenschr, 10: 1841-1847. 6 figs

Pathology of water metabolism. Zentralbl. f. Gynakol, 56: 2625-2632

Pathology oi P. gallinaceum Infection of Fowls. Arch. exp. Path. Pharmak, 191: 482-491

Pathology. (Rept. Committee in charge of Exper. Stat. for the year ending September 30th, 1927.). Proc. Forty-seventh Ann. Meeting, Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Assoc.,' 1928. 30-41

Pathomorphological changes in fish affected with epizootic ulcerative syndrome. Indian Journal of Animal Health 45(1): 27-30

Pathophysiology of fat metabolism in diabetes. Klin. Wochenschr, 13: 1272-1276

Pathophysiology of white-tailed deer vaccinated with porcine zona pellucida immunocontraceptive. Vaccine 25(23): 4623-4630

Paths of Excretion and Mineral Balance in Animals drinking Saline and Alkaline Waters. J. biol. Chem, 113: 439-447

Paths of Infection by Bacterium abortus in Babbits, Guinea-pigs and Mice. Jl. Infect. Dis, Mar. 32: 3, 181-186

Paths of Infection in Tuberculosis of Young Calves. I. Experiments on Calves. Arch. wiss. prakt. Tierheilk, 71: 323-331

Paths of Infection in Tuberculosis of Young Calves. II. Infection by Inhalation. Arch. wiss. prakt.Tierheilk, 71: 332-346

Paths of Infection in Tuberculosis of Young Calves. III. Congenital Infection. Arch. wiss. prakt.Tierheilk, 71: 347-355

Paths of Infection in Tuberculosis of Young Calves. IV. Infection by the Alimentary Tract. Arch. wiss. prakt.Tierheilk, 71: 356-863

Paths of infection in haemorrhagic septicaemla in calves. Trud. vsezoyuz. Inst. eksp. Vet, 14: 132-137

Paths of infection in swine fever. Skand. VetTidskr, 34: 885-415

Pathways of glycolysis. Physiol Rev 23(2): 124-138

Pathways: Missouri model for enhancing diversity. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 34(2): 56-59

Patient views for self-referral to specialists. Iranian Journal of Public Health 36(1): 62-67

Patnogenesis and Aetiology of Mammalian Leucosis. SAW. Vet Tidskr, 81: 212-223

Patrol Notes. Promecotheca Outbreak-Talasea. New Guinea agric. Gaz, Rabaul, 4: 1, 37 p

Patrol River to keep Pests out of State. Pennsylvania Dept. Agric. Wkly Press Bull. Harrisburg, Pa, June 3rd. 5: 23, 1 p

Pattern Analysis in Plumage. I. Curve of Barb Growth. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med, 31: 1181-1190

Pattern Analysis in Plumage. II. Methods of Definitive Feather Analysis. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med, 31: 1181-1190

Pattern Analysis in Plumage. III. Action of Thyroxin in High Concentrations. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med, 31: 1181-1190

Pattern Analysis in Plumage. IV. Order of Asymmetry in the Breast Tracts. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med, 31: 1181-1190

Pattern inheritance in Cucurbita. Amer. Nat, 68: 167-68

Pattern of fluctuations in numbers of Trichomonas foetus occurring in the bovine vagina during initial infections. I. Correlation with time of exposure and with subsequent estrual cycles. Amer Jour Vet Res 6(19): 84-90

Pattern of fluctuations in numbers of Trichomonas foetus occurring in the bovine vagina during initial infections. II. Application in diagnosis. Amer. J. vet. Res, 6: 91-95

Pattern of normal water drinking in dogs. Amer Jour Physiol 139(1): 39-44

Pattern reversal in the plumage of thiouracil-treated hybrid fowl. Journal of Heredity 36: 355-355

Pattern succession analysis of agricultural land converted from large opencast mine in loess areas. Transactions of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering 22(11): 98-103

Pattern, process, and function in landscape ecology and catchment hydrology - how can quantitative landscape ecology support predictions in ungauged basins?. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 10(6): 967-979

Patterns of food expenditures in home management houses at Michigan State College. J. Home Econ, 26: 410-413

Patterns of gastrointestinal bacterial exchange between chimpanzees and humans involved in research and tourism in western Uganda. Biological Conservation 135(4): 511-517

Patterns of gene duplication in the plant SKP1 gene family in angiosperms: evidence for multiple mechanisms of rapid gene birth. Plant Journal 50(5): 873-885

Patterns of mutualistic interactions between tree species and frugivorous birds in a restinga community at Itapua State Park, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Acta Botanica Brasilica 21(1): 203-212

Patterns of permafrost formation and degradation in relation to climate and ecosystems. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 18(1): 7-19

Patulin in the Common Cold. Collaborative Research on a Derivative of Penicillium patulum Bainier. I. Introduction. II. Biochemistry and Chemistry. III. Preliminary Trial in the Common Cold. IV. Biological Properties : Extended Trial in the Common Cold. V. Statistical Note. Lancet. 245: 625-635

Pauchele lanos Eriosoma lanigermn in Basarabia. Revista Horticola. Bucarest, 1st. 131, 6-8

Pauli's Method of Preserving Bacterial Cultures.. Boll. Sez. ital. Soc. int. Microbiol. 8: 225-229

Pauly's infant food. Deutsch. med. Wochenschr, 63: 1951,

Pawnee pays off. Sth. Seedsman, 8: 10, 16

Pawpaw sex-linked inheritance. Fmr's Wkly. Bloemfontein, 57: 1395 p

Pay Attention to the Apple Leaf Skeletoniser. Kranke Pflanze. Dresden, 11: 4-5, 51-52

Pay attention to your meadows and pastures at this time of the year also. Georgine. 109: 753

Paying producers for fat and solids-not-fat in milk. Res. Bull. Wis. agric. Exp. Sta, 143, 48

Payment for milk for cheesemaking. N.Z.J. Set. Tech, 21: xA, 1A-13A

Pb content in different parts of the earyopsis of spring wheat and in the plant as a whole. C. R. (Doklady) Acad. Sci. URSS, 47: 113-5

Pcronospora on young Hop plants. Wiener Landw. Zeit, 78: 20, 179 p

PeOT gTOWing and handling in Wasinngton. Pop. Bull. Wash, agric. Exp. Sta, 174: 84

Pea. Rukovod. Approb. seljskohoz. Kuljt, 2: 163-92

Pea Aphid Control in Oregon. Bull. Ore. agric. Exp. Sta, Corvallis, Ore., 389, 23

Pea Aphid Control in Utah. Publ. Utah agric. Coll. Ext. Serv, Logan, Utah, 17-18

Pea Aphid Investigation in Maryland. Trans. Peninsula hort. Soc, Dover, Del., 29-34

Pea Aphid Investigations. 4th Int. Cong. Ent. Ithaca, N. Y, Tring, England, 2: 608-621

Pea Aphid Investigations. Proc. Utah Acad. Sci, Provo, Utah, 15: 71-80

Pea Aphids as a Factor in growing Peas on Long Island. Bull. N. Y. St. agric. Exp. Sta, 698, 31 p

Pea Aphis Control in Maryland. Trans. Peninsula hort. Soc. Dover, Del., 24-26

Pea Insects of Utah. Proc. Utah Acad. Sci, 14: 167-169

Pea Pests.. Lauksaimn. Menesr. [J. Agric, Riga, 3, 130-137

Pea Weevil in Utah. Publ. Utah agric. Coll. Ext. Serv, Logan, Utah, 3 p

Pea Weevil in the Payette Valley. Publ. Utah agric. Coll. Ext. Serv, Logan, Utah, 12-14

Pea Weevils In the Fields and In Storage. Jl. Jamaica Agric. Soc, Kingston, 21: 8, 313-315

Pea Weevils.. Bull. moskovsk. s. kh. obl. op. Stantz. Polevod, Moscow, 2, 3-44

Pea and Bean Thrips, or Black Fly. Jl. Bd. Agric, London, 21: 9, 835-837

Pea and Bean Weevils. Agric. News. Barbados, May 8th. 14: 340, 154 p

Pea and Bean Weevils. Bulletin, Union of S. Africa Dept. Agric, Pretoria, September 13th. 12, 32

Pea aphid control in eastern Virginia in 1942. Jour Econ Ent 36(2): 281-285

Pea aphis control experiments: Preliminary Report for 1914. Virginia Truck Expt. Sta. Bull, Norfolk, October 1st. 13, 12

Pea busks as a livestock foodstuff. J. Dept. Agric. S. Austral, 36: 11, 1252 p

Pea disease survey in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Agric. Exper. Stat. Res. Bull, 64, 1-31

Pea diseases. Deutsche Landw, Presse, 52: 20, 233 p

Pea diseases In Idaho. Bull. Ida. agric. Exp. Sta, 253, 13

Pea diseases and their control. Fmrs.' Bull. U.S. Dep. Agric, 1735: 24

Pea diseases and their control. Fmrs' Bull. U.S. Dep. Agric, 1735: ii + 28

Pea diseases in Wisconsin in 1942. Res. Bull. Wis. agric. Exp. Sta, 145: 32

Pea diseases in the United States in 1928. Plant Disease Reporter, Supplement. 67: 14

Pea growing in wheat-sick soils. J. Dept. Agric. S. Aust, 46: 256-258

Pea meal as a feed for dairy cows. (Univ. Idaho Agric. Exp. Stat. Bull. No. 213). Pea meal as a feed for dairy cows, Univ. Idaho Agric. Exp. Stat., 14

Pea mosaic and its relation to other legume mosaic viruses. Jour Agric Res 53(3): 161-185

Pea mosaic and its relation to other legume viruses. Phytopathology, 26: 114

Pea mosaic on Lupinus varius L. and other species in Western Australia. Australia Counc Sci And Indust Res Bull 170: 1-27

Pea mosaic with special reference to its effect on yield of seed. Australia Counc Sci And Indust Res Jour 16(3): 149-154

Pea mosaic. Host range and methods of transmission. N.Z. J. Sci. Tech, 18: 6, 544-556

Pea mosaic. Its symptoms, economic significance, and preventive treatment. N.Z. J. Agric, 54: 3, 129-138

Pea powdery mildew in Bombay. Bull. Dep. Agric, Bombay, 12

Pea root rot investigation. Forty-fourth Ann. Rept. New Jersey Agric. Exper. Stat.for the year ending June 30,. 366-375

Pea root rot stadies. Forty-fifth Ann. Rept. New Jersey Agric. Exper. Stat. for the year ending June 30 1925. 403-414

Pea root rot studies. Forty-seventh Ann. Rept. New Jersey Agric. Exper. Stat. for the year ending June 30, 1927. 334-339

Pea seed production in western Canada. Canad. Food Packer, 12: 2, 14-5

Pea seed treatment with chemical dusts. Jour Agric Res 61(2): 143-147

Pea streak and its relationship to strains of alfalfa mosaic. Phytopathology, 27: 144

Pea varieties with pods resistant to Ascochyta pisi Lib. C. R. Acad. Sci. U.R.S.S, 29: 4, 351-352

Pea vine silage. Rep. Wis. agric. Exp. Sta Bull. 446, 28-29

Pea vine silage as a feed for dairy cattle. (Montana Agric. Exp. Stat. Bull. No. 317). Pea vine silage as a feed for dairy cattle, Montana Agric. Exp. Stat., 11

Pea vinery by-products have high food value as green fodder, silage, and hay. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, 55: 451

Pea weevils, Sitones crinitus, Ol. , and Sitones lineatus, L., and methods of controlling them. Memoirs of the Bureau of Entomology of the Scientific Committee of the Ministry of Agriculture. Petrograd., 11: 8, 32

Pea wilt and root rots. Wisconsin Agric Exp Sta Bull 424: 1-16

Pea wilts and root rots. Bull. Wis. agric. Exp. Sta, 424: 16

Pea-bean hybrids. Jarovizacija. 3 (30), 106-18

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