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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 13512

Chapter 13512 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Studies in Chemotherapy. XXIII.-A Case of Indian Kala-Azar Treated with 4 :4'-Diamidino Stilbene. Ann. trop. Med. Parasit, 33: 323-326

Studies in Chemotherapy. XXIV.-Changes in the Blood Produced by Administration of 4 : 4'-Diamidino Stilbene. Ann. trop. Med. Parasit, 34: 67-71

Studies in Chemotherapy. XXV.-A Second Case of Indian Kala-Azar Treated with 4:4'-Diamidino Stilbene. Ann. trop. Med. Parasit, 34: 173-174

Studies in Chemotherapy. XXX. The Trypanooldal Action of Additional Aromatic Diamldlnes. XXXI. The Increased Toxicity of Old Solutions of Stilbami-alm. Ann. trop. Med. Parasit, 36: 131-133; 134-136

Studies in Chemotherapy. XXXIII.-Toxicity and Therapeutic Action of Certain Aromatic Diamidines after Exposure to Light. Ann. trop. Med. Parasit, 37: 48-59

Studies in Chemotherapy. XXXIV.-Comparison of the Results Obtained by Different Methods of Administration of Drugs in Trypanosomal Infections of Mice. Ann. trop. Med. Parasit, 37: 80-95

Studies in Chemotherapy. XXXVI.-The Therapeutic Action of Various Compounds in Mice Infected withTrypanosoma congolense. Ann. trop. Med. Parasit, 37: 152-157

Studies in Chronic Selenosis. Part I. The Chronic Toxicity of Naturally Occurring Food Selenium. Nat. Inst. Hlth Bull, 174, 1-13

Studies in Chronic Selenosis. Part III. Liver Function and Bile Pigments in Experimental Chronic Selenium Poisoning. Nat. Inst. Hlth Bull, 174, 21-44

Studies in Chronic Selenosis. Part IV. Selenium in the Hair as an Index of the Extent of its Deposition in the Tissues in Chronic Poisoning. Nat. Inst. Hlth Bull, 174, 45-49

Studies in Connexion with Bovine Pleuro-Pneumonia. Arch. f. Wissenschaft. u. Prakt. Tierheilk, Dec. 30. 49: 1/3, 49-64

Studies in Contagious Pleuro-Pneumonia in Cattle. III. A Cultural Study of the Distribution of the Specific Organism, Borrelomyces peripneumoniae, throughout the Body of Animals Naturally and Artificially Infected. Bull. Coun. sci. industr. Res. Aust, 65-88

Studies in Contagious Pleuro-Pneumonia of Cattle. II (a). Observations on the Diagnosis of Bovine Contagious Pleuro-Pneumonia by Means of the Complement-Fixation Test of Campbell and Turner. Bull. Coun. sci. industr. Res. Aust, 53-62

Studies in Contagious Pleuro-Pneumonia of Cattle. II (b). The Complement-Fixation Test for Pleuro-Pneumonia. Bull. Coun. sci. industr. Res. Aust, 63-64

Studies in Contagious Pleuro-Pneumonia of Cattle. II. A Complement-Fixation Reaction for the Diagnosis of Contagious Bovine Pleuro-Pneumonia. Its Use in Experimental Investigations and in the Control of the Disease. Bull. Coun. sci. industr. Res. Aust, 97, 11-52

Studies in Diseases of the Jute Plant. (1) Diplodia Corchori Syd. Mem. Dept. Agric. India, 11: 2, 37-58

Studies in Dolichos lablab (Roxb.) and (L.) the Indian field and garden bean. I. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci, 1: 857-67

Studies in Dolichos lablab (Roxb.) and (L.), the Indian field and garden bean-IV. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci, 14: 95-113

Studies in Dolichos lablab (Roxb.) and (L.)-The Indian field and garden bean. III. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci, 4: Sect. B, 411-33

Studies in Egypt on the correction of helminth egg count data for the size and consistency of stools. American Journal of Hygiene, 27: 1, 176

Studies in Entomogenous Fungi. Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc, Cambridge, 7: pts. 2, 3, 89-167

Studies in Entomogenous Fungi, xii. Peziotrichum lachnella ; Ophionectria coccorum ; Volutella epicoccum. xiii. Glenospora. Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc, Cambridge, June 30th. 12: pt. 2-3, 105-113

Studies in Entomogenous Fungi. iv. Some Ceylon Cordyceps. Trans. Brit. Myc. Soc, Cambridge., September 29th. 9: 2, 108-128

Studies in Entomogenous Fungi. ix. Aegerita ; x. Verticillium spp. ; xi. Empusa lecanii, Zimm. Trans. Brit. Myc. Soc, Cambridge, August ; 11: pts. 1-4, 254-258

Studies in Entomogenous Fungi: II.-The Genera Hypocrella and Aschersonia. Ann. R. Bot. Gdns., Peradeniya, Peradeniya, 7: pt. 3, 167-278

Studies in Equine Encephalomyelitis: Chick Embryo Vaccine as a Protective Agent. Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine 2(8): 211-222

Studies in Equine Encephalomyelitis: Susceptibility of Some Mammals and Birds. Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine and Veterinary Science 5(11): 314-319

Studies in Experimental Trembles or Milk-Sickness. J. Tenn. Acad. Sci, 9: 1-7

Studies in Fertility in Sheep. I. Artificial Production of Ejaculation and the Characters of the Spermatozoa in the Resultant Ejacula. Vet. Rec, 14: 1379-1382

Studies in Fertility of Sheep. Bull. Coun. sci. industr. Res, Aust., 112, 67

Studies in Filariasis. I. In Puerto Rico. P.R. J. publ. Hlth, San Juan, P.R., 11: 2, 167-367

Studies in Flies (i). Ind. Jl. Med. Research, Calcutta, 3: 1, 135-148

Studies in Flies, iii. Classification of the Genus Musca and Description of the Indian Species. Indian Jl. Med. Research. Calcutta, 5: 1, 160

Studies in Flies. Contributions to the Study of Specific Differences In the Genus Musca. 2.-Structures other than Genitalia. Ind. Jl. Med. Research. Calcutta, 4: 1, 123-139

Studies in Flies. ii. Contributions to the Study of Specific Differences in the Genus Musca. Ind. Jl. Med. Research. Calcutta, 3: 3, 510-529

Studies in Forage Poisoning. III. JI. Comp. Path. & Therap, 29: Pt. 2, 107-116

Studies in Fusarioses. II. Fusarium attacks on Conifer seedlings. Centralanst. for forsoksvasendet pa jordbruksomradet Medd, 238, 24

Studies in Fusarium wilt of Sann-Hemp. I. The physiology and biology of Fusarium vasinfectum Atk. Indian J. agric. Sci, 7: 3, 413-442

Studies in Greenhouse Fumigation with Hydrocyanic Acid. II. Physiological Effects on the Plant. Jl. Agric. Research. Washington, D.C., November 12th. 11: 7, 319-338

Studies in Gujarat Tobaccos and their improvement, Part I. Mem. Dept, Agric. Ind. Bat., 18: 89-125

Studies in Gymnosporangia on Juniperus chinensis. I. Gymnosporangium yamadae Miyabe. Lingnan Sci. Journ, Canton, China, 9: 1-2, 13-28

Studies in Hog Cholera. J. Amer. vet. med. Ass, 84: 91-99

Studies in immunization by a species antigen: I. Preparation of species antigen from pneumococci. Journal of Hygiene 42(5): 532-546

Studies in Indian Brassicae, I. Sterility and selective pollen tube growth. Ind. J. Agric. Sci, 2: 280-92

Studies in Indian barleys IV. The inheritance of some anatomical characters responsible for lodging and of some earhead characters in an interspecific cross between two Pusa barleys. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 7: 48-88

Studies in Indian barleys. 3. Branched ears in barley and their mode of inheritance. Indian Jour Agric Sci 5(2): 155-164

Studies in Indian cereal smuts, VII. Further studies in varietal resistance of Indian and other Wheats to loose smut. Indian J. agric. Sci, 15: 2, 106-108

Studies in Indian cereal smuts. I. Cereal smuts and their control by the development of resistant varieties. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci, 9: 5, 267-270

Studies in Indian cereal smuts. II. Varietal resistance of Indian and other Wheats to loose smut. III. Varietal resistance of Indian and other Wheats to flag smut. IV. Varietal resistance of Indian and other Oats to smuts. Indian J. agric. Sci, 11: 5, 675-702

Studies in Indian cereal smuts. II. Varietal resistance of Indian and other wheats to loose smut. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 11: 675-86

Studies in Indian cereal smuts. III. Varietal resistance of Indian and other wheats to flag smut. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 11: 687-94

Studies in Indian cereal smuts. IV. Varietal resistance of Indian and other oats to smuts. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 11: 695-702

Studies in Indian cereal smuts. V. Mode of transmission of the Karnal bunt of Wheat. Indian J. agric. Sci, 13: 1, 54-58

Studies in Indian cereal smuts. VI The smuts on Sawan (Ecinnochloa framentacea). Indian J. agric. Sci, 13: 6, 631-633

Studies in Indian cereal smuts. VID. Nomenclature of Indian smut fungi and probable modes of their transmission. Indian J. agric. Sci, 15: 2, 108-110

Studies in Indian chillies (4). Inheritance of pungency in Capsicum annuum L. Ind. J. agric. Sci, 5: 513-6. bibl. 4

Studies in Indian chillies. (3) The inheritance of some characters in Capsicum annuum L. Ind. J. Agric. Sci, 3: 219-300

Studies in Indian chillies. 5. Inheritance of anther colour and its relation to colour in petal and node in Capsicum annuum L. Indian Jour Agric Sci 9(2): 185-192

Studies in Indian fibre plants No. 4. The root system of the sunn hemp (Crotalaria juncea L.). India J. agric. Sci, 6: 351-60. bibl. 7

Studies in Indian fibre plants, No. 6. Phyllody and some other abnormalities in the flower of Sunn-Hemp. Indian J. agric. Sci, 8: 4, 417-423

Studies in Indian fibre plants. No. 5. Farther studies on the Inheritance of certain characters in Hibiscus sabdariffa. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 8: 229-43

Studies in Indian millets. The types of jowar isolated at the Government Research Farm, Cawnpore. Agric. Live-Stk India, 6: 506-16

Studies in Indian oats. I. The improvement of the crop by selection and the acclimatization of exotic types. Ind. J. Agric. Sci, 3: 754-70

Studies in Indian oats. II. Inheritance of some characters in interspecific crosses between Avena sativa L. and Avena sterilis L. var cuita. Ind. J. Agric. Sci, 3: 771-807

Studies in Indian oil-seeds. V. The inheritance of characters in Indian unseed. Ind. J. Agric, Sci, 1: 1-57

Studies in Indian oilseeds. VI. Some correlations between oil-content and other characters in the Pusa linseed hybrids. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 7: 841-48

Studies in Indian pulses, IX. Contributions to the genetics of mung (Phaseolus radiatus Linn. syn. Ph. aureus Roxb.). Indian J. Agric. Sci, 9: 575-94

Studies in Indian pulses. (2) Some varieties of Indian Gram (Cicer arietinum Linn.). Mem. Dept. Agric. Ind, 19: 27-48

Studies in Indian pulses. (3) The types of Cajanus indicus Spreng. Ind. J. Agric. Sci, 3: 1-36

Studies in Indian pulses. A note on the cytology of Kabuli and Desi gram types. Ind. J. Agric. Sci, 2: 385-90

Studies in Indian pulses. No. 4: Mung or green gram (Phaseolus radiatus Linn). No. 5: Urid or black gram (Phaseolus mungo Linn.). var. Roxburghii Prain. Ind. j. Agric. Sci, 2: 607-24; 625-37

Studies in Indian pulses. No. 6. The root systems of green and black grams. Ind. J. Agric. Sci, 3: 1045-56

Studies in Indian pulses. The inheritance of morphological characters and o<pounds> wilt-resistance in Rahar (Cajanus indicus Spreng.). Indian J. agric. Sci, 6: 2, 139-187

Studies in Indian pulses. The inheritance of morphological characters and of wilt-resistance in rahar (Cajanus indicus Spreng). Indian J. agric. Sci, 6: 139-87

Studies in Indian tobaccos. No. 6. The improvement of Indian cigarette tobacco by hybridization. Ind. J. Agric. Sci, 1: 455-72

Studies in Infectious Enteritis of Swine. VI. Immunity in Swine Coccidiosis. J. Amer. Vet. Med. Ass, 81: 358-375

Studies in Infectious Enteritis of Swine. VII. Studies on the Use of Colloidal lodin in Swine Coccidiosis. J. Amer. Vet. Med. Ass, 82: 79-83

Studies in Infectious Enteritis of Swine. VIII. Isospora suis n. sp. in Swine. J. Amer. vef. med. Ass, 85: 207-219

Studies in Insect Nutrition. Assay of "Quality" in Crops.-Curr. Sci, Bangalore, 11: 2, 53-54

Studies in Insecticidal Activity. J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y., 21: 4, 612-625

Studies in Joint-Ill of Foals. Experiments to Determine the Protective Power of the Blood Serum of Mares against Streptocpccic Infection in Mice. REP. Ont. Vet. Coll, 1937. 11-12

Studies in Kumaun hill soils. III. Soil types at Doonagiri. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 12: 313-322

Studies in Lactose and Galactose Cataracts in Rats. Trans. ophthal Soc, U. K., 59: Pt. 1, 18

Studies in Leishmaniasis in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. III.-The Sandflies (Phlebotomus) of the Sudan. Trans. R. Soc. trop, Med. Hyg, 33: 6, 623-634

Studies in Leishmaniasis in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. Part I. Epidemiology and General Considerations. Trans. R. Soc. trop, Med. Hyg, London, 32: 4, 533-544

Studies in Louping-ill (An Encephalomyelitis of Sheep). II. Transmission by the Sheep Tick, Ixodes ricinus L. J. Comp. Path, Croydon, 45: pt. 3, 240-256

Studies in Malaria. Indian Med. Gaz, Calcutta, 49: 12, 462-471

Studies in Malaria as it affects Indian Railways. Part II. Tech. Pap. Railway Bd. India. Calcutta, Govt. India Cent. Pub. Br., 258, vi + 71. Price: 1s. 6d,

Studies in Malaria, as it affects Indian Railways. Ind. Med. Gaz, Calcutta, Ixiii: 2, 55-72

Studies in Malayan soils. I. The classification and properties of Malayan soils. Malayan Agr. J, 21: 345-61

Studies in Mastitis in Irish Dairy Herds. J. Dep. Agric. Eire, 39: 100-108

Studies in Mastitis. I. The Routine Diagnosis of Mastitis. J. Dairy Res, 10: 59-73

Studies in Mastitis. III. Mastitis in Relation to Udder Counts. J. Dairy Res, 10: 81-87

Studies in Mastitis. IV. Mastitis in Relation to the Methylene Blue Reduction Test. J. Dairy Res, 10: 88-93

Studies in Mastitis. V. Mastitis in Relation to Cheese-Making. J. Dairy Res, 10: 94-103

Studies in Mastitis. VI. General Observations, Summary and Conclusions. J. Dairy Res, 10: 104-107

Studies in Mercurial Chemotherapy. I. Concerning Mercurial Toxicity, its Evaluation Mechanism and Relation to Chemical Constitution. J. Pharmacol, 41: 21-45

Studies in Micro-cataphoresis II. The Electric Charge of Haemoflagellates. Tram. R. Soc. trop. Med. Hyg, 30: 87-100

Studies in Microcataphoresls. I. Technique. Proc. roy. Soc, 119: 281-244

Studies in Microsporidia parasitic in Mosquitos. III. On Thdohania legeri Hesse (= Th. illinoisensis Kudo). Arch. Pro-tistenk, Jena, November 5th. 49: 2, 147-162

Studies in Mineral Metabolism XXI. A Comparison of Phosphatic Supplements for The Prevention of Aphosphorosis. 18th Rep. Direct. Vet. Serv. & Anim. Indust, Union of S. Africa, Part II, 677-702

Studies in Mineral Metabolism XXII: Phosphorus, Calcium and Protein. 18th Rep. Direct. Vet. Serv. & Anim. Indust, Union of S. Africa., Part II, 703-732

Studies in Mineral Metabolism XXVI. The Effect of Fluorine on Pregnant Heifers. 18th Rep. Direct. Serv. & Anim. Indust, Union of S. Africa, Part II, 805-807

Studies in Mineral Metabolism XXXV. The Role of Iodine in the Nutrition of Sheep. Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci, 7: 523-532

Studies in Mineral Metabolism XXXVI. Fluorine Metabolism in Rats and Bovines. Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci, 8: 359-374

Studies in Mineral Metabolism XXXVII. The Influence of Variations in the Dietary Phosphorus and in the Ca: P Ratio on the Production of Rickets in Cattle. Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci, 8: 875-414

Studies in Mineral Metabolism XXXVIII. Calcium and Phosphorus in the Nutrition of Growing Pigs. Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci, 9: 127-164

Studies in Mineral Metabolism with Aid of Induced Radioactive Isotopes. IV. Manganese. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci, 26: 448-452

Studies in Mineral Metabolism with tbe Aid of Artificial Radioactive Isotopes. V. The Absorption, Excretion, and Distribution of Labeled Sodium in Rats Maintained on Normal and Low Sodium Diets. J. biol. Chem, 136: 85-46

Studies in Mineral Metabolism with the Aid of Artificial Radioactive Isotopes. I. Absorption, Distribution, and Excretion of Phosphorus. J. biol Chem, 123: 185

Studies in Mineral Metabolism with the Aid of Artificial Radioactive Isotopes. II. Absorption, Distribution, and Excretion of Potassium. J. biol Chem, 128: 673-683. Numerous ref

Studies in Mineral Metabolism with the Aid of Artificial Radioactive Isotopes: VI. Cobalt. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 27(3): 153-157

Studies in Mineral Metabolism with the Aid of Artificial Radioactive Isotopes. VII. The Distribution and Excretion, Particularly by way of the Bile, of Iron, Cobalt, and Manganese. J. biol. Chem, 147: 749-756

Studies in Mineral Metabolism : II. Calcium and the Kidney: Experimental I. Canadian Medical Association Journal 35(5): 513-516

Studies in Mineral Metabolism. XVIII. Phosphorus in the Nutrition of Sheep (Final Report). 18th Rep. Direct. Vet. Serv. & Anim. Indust, Union of S. Africa., Part II, 611-680

Studies in Mineral Metabolism. XXIII : Phosphorus and Iodine Supplements in Field Experiments with Sheep. 118th Rep. Direct. Vet. Serv. & Anim. Indust, Union of S. Africa, Part II, 788-750

Studies in Mineral Metabolism. XXIV. On the Administration of Phosphorus to Animals through their Water Supply. 118th Rep. Direct. Vet. Serv. & Anim. Indust, Union of S. Africa, Part II, 751-797

Studies in Mineral Metabolism. XXIX. The Iodine Content of Foodstuffs in Relation to the Occurrence of Endemic Goitre in the Langkloof Valley. Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci, 2: 181-188

Studies in Mineral Metabolism. XXVII. Modifications of the Methods Used at Onderstepoort for the Determination of (A) Magnesium and Calcium; (B) Potassium in Grass Extracts. Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci, 2: 115-122

Studies in Mineral Metabolism. XXVIII. Methods for the Micro-Determination of Iodine in Biological Material. Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci, 2: 123-180

Studies in Mineral Metabolism. XXXI. Minimum Mineral Requirements of Cattle (2nd Report). Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci, 2: 565-606

Studies in Mineral Metabolism. XXXII. The Effect of Different Forms of Sulphur in the Diet upon the Growth and Wool Production of Sheep. Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci, 4: 229-239

Studies in Mineral Nutrition of Laying Hens. II. Excess of Calcium in the Diet. Poult. Sci, 21: 321-328

Studies in Native Animal Husbandry : 6. A Note on Ovambo Cattle. Onderstepoort J. Vet. Sci. Anim. Indust, 1: 601-620

Studies in Native Animal Husbandry : 7. Makalanga Cattle-a Representative Described. Onder-stepoort J. Vet. Sci. Anim. Indust, 1: 621-627

Studies in Native Animal Husbandry. V.-Indigenous Cattle in the Transkeian Territories. J. S. Afric. Vet. Med. Ass, 8: 190

Studies in Native Animal Husbandry.-8. The Domesticated Animals of Pre-European South Africa. J. S. Afric. Vet. Med. Ass, 4: 61-70

Studies in Nicotiana. II. A taxonomic survey of the Australasian species. Univ. Calif. Publ. Bot, 18: 45-68

Studies in Nicotiana. III. A taxonomic organization of the genus. Univ. Calif. Publ. Bot, 18: 335-44

Studies in Nicotinic Acid Metabolism. II. The Fate of Nicotinic Acid in Normal and Black Tongue Dogs. J. Nutrit, 23: 23-34

Studies in North American violets. III. Chromosome numbers and species characters. Bull. Vt. agr. Exp. Sta, 367: 27, 91. bibl. 107

Studies in North American violets. IV. Chromosome relations and fertility in diploid and tetraploid species hybrids. Bull. Vt. agr. Exp. Sta, 378: 15, 35. bibl. 42

Studies in Nutrition of Sheep in the New England District of New South Wales. I. Nutritional Anaemia of Sheep. (Poorness of Blood of Sheep). Vet. Res. Rep. Dep. Agric, N.S.W., 15-37

Studies in Nutrition of Sheep in the New England District of New South Wales. II. Soil and Pasture Analyses of Affected Properties. Vet. Res. Rep. Dep. Agric, N.S.W., 88-40

Studies in Ohio floristics- III Vegetation of Ohio prairies. Bull. Torrey bot. Cl, 71: 536-48

Studies in Parasitism in the Fusarium Group. Phytopath, 11: 1, 56 p

Studies in Paspalum scrobiculatum L., the Kodo millet. Madras agric. J, 22: 419-25

Studies in Philippine Diptera, I. Philippine Jl. Science. Manila, 8: 4, 305-332

Studies in Phlebotomic Diptera, no. 1. New Species of Simuliidae and Chironomidae. Australian Zoologist. Sydney, November 11th. 1: 6, 167-170

Studies in Plasmopara halstedii. Journ. Coll. Agric. Hokkaido Imper. Univ, Sapporo, Japan, 11: 3, 185-210

Studies in Polyporus annosus Fr., especially in respect of its occurrence in Norway south of the Dovre Fell. Medd. norske Skogsforsksv, vii, 1: 24, 100

Studies in Population Physiology. IV. Some Physiological Effects of Conditioned Flour upon Tribolium confusum Duval and its Populations. Physiol. Zool, Chicago, 111, 8: 1, 91-115

Studies in Population Physiology. X. Interspecific Competition in Populations of Granary Beetles. Physiol. Zool. Chicago, Ill., 14: 4, 395-430

Studies in Population Physiology. vii. The Relation of Environmental Conditioning to the Decline of Tribolium confusum Populations. (Abstract.). Anat. Rec, Philadelphia, Pa, December 25. 67: suppl. 1, 127 p

Studies in Prunus, IV. J. Genet, 28: 327-28

Studies in Pullorum Disease. Rep. Ont. vet. Coll, 19-28

Studies in Raspberry diseases. Mosaic, leaf curl, rosette, and wilt. Canada Dept. of Agric. Pamphlet, 72, 15

Studies in Relation to Brucella Abortus Infection. II. On the Occurrence of the Organism in Serous Swellings or Hygromata on Cattle. Canad. J. comp. Med, 5: 5-20

Studies in Rinderpest. Memoirs Dept. Agric, in India. Vet. Series, Sept. 3: 4, 103-137

Studies in Rinderpest Immunity. (2) Methods of Infection. Vet. Jl, 82: 7, 348-355

Studies in Rinderpest Immunity: I. Susceptibility and Resistance. Vet. Jl, Nov. 81: 11, 529-536

Studies in Rural Hygiene in the Tropics. II. The Cultivation of Dense Shade Plants as an Anti-malaria Measure. Ann. trop. Med. Parasit, Liverpool., July 17th. 30: 2, 181-186

Studies in Rural Hygiene in the Tropics. III.-Simple Forms of Subsurface Drainage for Anti-malaria Work. Ann. trop. Med. Parasit, Liverpool, December 23rd. 30: 4, 501-510

Studies in Santalaceae. Ann. Bot, Lond., 6: 151-75

Studies in Schistocerca gregaria Forsk. XI. The Influence of Temperature on the Growth in Weight and Size of the Hoppers. Indian J. Ent, New Delhi, 5: pt. 1-2, 107-115

Studies in Setaria italica (Beauv.), the Italian Millet. Part I, Anthesis and pollination. Ind. J. Agric. Sci, 3: 561-71

Studies in Sex Differentiation and Sex Determination in Amphibians. VI. The Nature of Bidder's Organ in the Toad. Amer. J. Anat, 52: 461-515

Studies in Sex Physiology No. 12. The Situation of the Developing Foetus and the Relationship between the Pregnant Horn and the corresponding Corpus Luteum Verum. Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci, 3: 477-483

Studies in Sex Physiology No. 18. On the Growth of the Gravid Uterus in the Merino. Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci, 8: 417-428

Studies in Sex Physiology, No. 10: The Situation of the Developing Foetus in the Merino Sheep. Onderstepoort J. Vet. Sci, 2: 657-663

Studies in Sex Physiology, No. 13. The Changing Proportions of the Merino Lamb from the Second to the Fifth Month of Prenatal Life. Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci, 4: 481-492

Studies in Siricidae, especially of Europe and southern Asia (Hymenoptera, Symphyta). Bull. ent. Res, London., 34: pt. 1, 27-51

Studies in So-Called Equine Cornstalk Disease. (Toxic Encephalitis or Non-Virus Encephalomyelitis). Anim. Path. Exch. Univ. Ill, 4

Studies in Soil Fumigation. I. Preliminary Observations. Ann. appl. Biol, Cambridge, 24: 4, 883-894

Studies in Soil Fumigation. II. Distribution of Carbon Disulphide in Soil fumigated under various Conditions. Ann. appl. Biol, Cambridge, 24: 4, 895-910

Studies in Sorghum I. Anthesis and pollination. Ind. J. Agric. Sci, 1: 445-54

Studies in Sorghum halepense Linn.) Pers-the Johnson Grass. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci, 13: 157-62

Studies in Sorghum sudanense, Stapf-The Sudan grass. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci, 10: Sect. B, 237-54

Studies in South African Rickettsiosis. 1. A Tick-borne Rickettsiosis isolated from Hyalomma aegyptium. S. Afr. J. med. Sci, Johannesburg, 5: 3, 41-45

Studies in South Indian pastures. 1. Seasonal variation in the mineral and nitrogen content of spear grass (Andropogon contortus). Ind. J. Vet. Sci. and Animal Husb, 3: 65-84

Studies in Staphylo-cocei. XIII. A Further Contribution to the Understanding of the Immunity to Staphylocoeci. Acta path. microbiol. scand, 40. 15: 396-425

Studies in Staphylo-cocei. XIV. The Fixation of Staphylolysin by Blood Corpuscles and the Haemolytic Action of Staphylolysin. Acta path. microbiol. scand, 40. 16: 335-345

Studies in Staphylo-cocei. XV. The Range of Action of the Staphylolysins. Acta path. microbiol. scand, 40. 17: 232-254

Studies in Staphylococci. Biochem. Z, 265: 291-319

Studies in Staphylococci. II.. Acta path. microbiol. scand, 11: 214-226

Studies in Staphylococci. III.. Acta path. microbiol. scand, 11: 452-466

Studies in Staphylococci. IV. Staphylococcus Immunity. Acta path. microbiol. scand, 12: 536-550

Studies in Staphylococci. V. Experimental Investigations of Staphylolysin. Acta path. microbiol. scand, 13: 263-272

Studies in Staphylococci. VI. On the Course of Staphylococcus Infection in Normal and Immunised Rabbits. Acta path. microbiol. scand, 453-458

Studies in Staphylococci. VII. On Active Immunity against Staphylococcal Infections and its Relation to known Antibodies against Staphylococci or Products of these Bacteria. Acta path. microbiol. scand, 459-485

Studies in Staphylococci. VIII. On the Aspecific and Specific Effect of Sera against Staphylococci. Acta path. microbiol. scand, 486-501

Studies in Staphylococci. XI. What Role do Staphylococcus Lysin against Rabbit's Blood Corpuscles and Its Antilysin Play in Staphylococcus Infections in Human Beings?. Acta path. microbiol

Studies in Staphylococci. XII. A Contribution to the Knowledge of Late Paralyses in Babbits Following Staphylococeus Infections. Acta path. microbiol. scand, Suppl. 37, 155-162

Studies in Staphylococcus Toxin. The Phenomenon of Hot-Cold Lysis by Active Staphylococcus Filtrates. J. infect. Dis, 61: 345-347

Studies in Staphylococei IX. On the Mechanism in Staphylococcal Infection and Immunity. Acta path. microbiol. scand, 14: 468-477

Studies in Sterility and reduced Oviposition in Silkworms. Sangyo Shimpo [Journal of the Silk Industry], Tokyo, December 1st. 28: 321, 1165-1176

Studies in Strawberry virus diseases. III. Transmission with 'crinkle', 1935. Rep. E. Malling Res. Sta. 1937. 212-221

Studies in Streptococcic Mastitis: Comparison of Several Diagnostic and Test Methods. Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine 1(2): 15-25

Studies in Surma Valley rices and their classification. Indian Jour Agric Sci 2(6): 571-606

Studies in Surra, II. Pseudoreactions in Complement-Fixation Tests for Trypanosomiasis. Philipp. J. Sci, 54: 29-42

Studies in Surra. I. The Blood Chemistry in Equine Trypanosomiasis (Trypanosoma evansi). Philippine J. Sci, 53: 97-105

Studies in Synthetic Immuno-Chemistry. 5. Observations on Antisera against Aspirin-Protein Complexes. Biochem. J, 34: 838-845

Studies in Synthetic Immunoehemistry. I. The Synthesis of 0- beta -Glueosidotyrosine and its Introduction into the Protein Molecule. Bio-chem. J, 31: 764-771

Studies in Termite Control. New Hampshire Agric. Expt. Sta. Bull, Durham., 204, 20

Studies in Tick-borne Fever of Sheep. II. Experiments on Transmission and Distribution of the Disease. Parasitology. Cambridge, 28: 3, 320-329

Studies in Tomato streak. Scient. Agric, 7: 6, 210-223

Studies in Trypanosomiasis. I. The Electric Charge of Trypanosomes in Tsetse Flies. Trans. R. Soc. trop. Med. Hyg, 31: 81-86

Studies in Trypanosomiasis. III. The Electric Charge of Trypanosomes in the Salivary Glands of Tsetse Flies. Trans. R. Soc. trop. Med. Hyg, 32: 545-548

Studies in Trypanosomiasis. IV. Notes on the Serological Characters of Trypanosoma brucei after Cyclical Development in Glossina morsitans. Trans. R. Soc. trop. Med. Hyg, 34: 53-64

Studies in Vaccinal; Immunity towards Disease of the Bovine Placenta due to Bacillus abortus (Infectious Abortion). Monographs of the Rockefeller Inst. Med. Research, Nov. 15. No: 19, 124

Studies in Vermont dairy farming. XI. Labor as a cost of milk production. Bull. Vt agric. Exp. Sta, 442, 16

Studies in Vermont dairy farming. XII. Dairy farm management in the Champlain Valley and its relation to the price level. Bull. Vt agric. Exp. Sta, 479, 276

Studies in Vitro on the Physiology of Normal and of Cancerous Cells. I. The Effect of High Temperature and of Moccasin Venom on the Viability of Rabbit Lymphocytes and Polymorphonuclear Leukocytes as Determined by the Method of Unstained Cell Counts. Arch. Path, 35: 857-868

Studies in West Indian soils. VII. The cacao soils of Trinidad. A. Montserrat district. Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture publ, 50. Price: 2s, bibl. 14

Studies in West Indian soils. X. The cacao and forest soils of Trinidad. (B) South-central district. Studies in West Indian soils. X. The cacao and forest soils of Trinidad. (B) South-central district, The Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture, Trinidad, 56. bibl. 14

Studies in Wheat stem rust (Puccinia graminis tritici). Trans. R. Soc. Canada, 3rd series, Section V. 16: 153-210

Studies in Woolly Aphis control. Schweiz. Zeitschr. Obst -u. Weinbau. Frauenfeld, February 8th. 24: 3, 38-41

Studies in absorption of undigested protein in human beings. 7. Absorptionof protein introduced by tube into the duodenum. Amer. J. Digest. Dis, 5: 345-348

Studies in absorption of undigested protein. 9. Absorption from the stomach and esophagus. J. Lab. Clin. Med, 27: 54-58

Studies in absorption of undigested proteins in human beings. 6. The absorption of unaltered protein from the abnormal gastrointestinal tract. Amer. J. Digest. Dis. Nutrit, 3: 403-404

Studies in acetylation. The fate of p-aminobenzoic acid in the rabbit. Jour Biol Chem 102(1): 35-38

Studies in acid-base equilibrium. The ability to deal with racemic lactic acid and its effect on acidbase equilibrium in the infant. Ztschr. f. Kinderheilk, 51: 247-254

Studies in acidosis. 1. Experimental acidosis and protein metabolism. Arch, f. exp. Palhol. u. Pharmakol, 165: 5-33

Studies in acidosis. 2. Relationship of acidosis to inflammatory reaction. Arch, f. exp. Palhol. u. Pharmakol, 165: 34-52

Studies in advancing sterility. Part V. The theory of the leguminous strobilus. Studies in advancing sterility. Part V. The theory of the leguminous strobilus, Hartley Bot. Laboratories. Liverpool University., Publication 7, 79

Studies in advancing sterility. Part VI. The theory of Scitaminean flowering (with special reference to the racemose origin of certain forms of cymose inflorescence, and the acarpous nature of certain types of inferior ovary). Pub. Hartley Bot. Lab, 11, 114

Studies in aerobic cellulose decomposition. I. The course of cellulose decomposition by Cytophaga. Lantbrukshogskolans Annaler 12: 1-22

Studies in allergic diseases. 2. Experimental study of allergic disease. Kiln. Wochenschr, 12: 1090-1093

Studies in amino acid metabolism. 1. Fate of glycine, dl-alanine, and dalanine in the normal animal. J. Biol. Chem, 112: 263-274

Studies in amino acid metabolism. 3. The fate of dl-leucine, dl-norleucine, and dl-isoleucine in the normal animal. J. Biol. Chem, 120: 289-295

Studies in amino acid metabolism. 4. Metabolism of dl-phenylalanine and dltyrosine in the normal rat. J. Biol. Chem, 123: 711-718

Studies in amino acid metabolism. 5. The metabolism of l-cystine and dlserine in the normal animal. J. Biol. Chem, 124: 709-714

Studies in amino acid metabolism. 6. The metabolism of dl-valine and dl-isovaline in the normal rat. J. Biol. Chem, 139: 963-969

Studies in amino acid metabolism. 7. The metabolism of l(+)-arginine and dl-lysine in the normal rat. J. Biol. Chem, 140: 597-602

Studies in amino acid metabolism. 8. The metabolism of l(-)-histidine in the normal rat. J, Biol. Chem, 144: 41-46

Studies in ammo acid metabolism. 2. Fate of d-ghitamic, dl-ghitamic, dl-pyroglutamic, l-aspartic, and dl-aspartic acids in the normal animal. J. Biol. Chem, 119: 247-255

Studies in anaemia of infancy and childhood. 11. The effect of iron deficient diets on the size of the red blood cells in rats and in the production of microcytic hypochromic anaemia in their offspring; a contribution to the study of congenital iron-deficiency anaemia in the human infant. Arch. Dis. Childhood. 12: 369-380

Studies in antibiosis between bacteria and fungi. Ohio Jour Sci 38(5): 221-232

Studies in antibiosis between bacteria and fungi, II. Species of Actinomyces inhibiting the growth of CoUetotrichum gloeosporioides Penz. in culture. Ohio J. Sd, 41: 6, 425-430

Studies in applied ecology. I. A statistical analysis of regeneration following protection from grazing. Proc. Linn. Soc. N.S.W, 65: 123-43

Studies in atherosclerosis : chemical, experimental and morphologic. 1-4. Roles of cholesterol metabolism, blood pressure and structure of the aorta ; the fat angle of the aorta (F.A.A.), and the infiltration-expression theory of lipoid deposit. Arch. Pathol. 18: 473-506 ; 660-698

Studies in atherosclerosis : chemical, experimental and morphologic. 5. Possible dangers of iodine therapy in atherosclerosis of aorta seen from an experimental standpoint. Arch. Pathol. 18: 827-842

Studies in atmospheric pollen. 1. A census of pollens at Cardiff, 1946. New Phytol. 43: 49-61

Studies in avian carbohydrate metabolism. Amer. J. Physiol. 115: 389-394

Studies in avian carbohydrate metabolism: Further studies upon the action of catatorulin in brain. Biochemical Journal 27(6): 1910-1926

Studies in bacterial counts. Rep. Ohio Conf. Wat. Purif, 59-62

Studies in bacteriosis IX. 'Streak disease of Broad Beans'. Ann. of Appl. Biol, 10: 2, 194-203

Studies in bacteriosis XIX. Researches on the group of green-fluorescent bacteria, part II; on some plant diseases caused by bacteria of the green-fluorescent group, and a comparison and discussion of various cultural characteristics of certain members of this group. Ann. of Appl Biol, 19: 2, 190-203

Studies in bacteriosis, VII. Comparison of the 'stripe disease' with the 'Grand Rapids disease' of Tomato. Ann. of Appl. Biol, 9: 3; 4, 210-212

Studies in bacteriosis. VI, Bacillus caro-tovorus as the cause of soft rot in cultivated Violets. Ann. of Appl. Biol, 9: 2, 169-170

Studies in bacteriosis. X. The us of sarum-agglutination in the disgnosis of plant parasites'. Ann. of Appl. Biol, 10: 2, 204-209

Studies in bacteriosis. XI. A bacterial disease of Lettuce. Ann. of Appl. Biol, 11: 3-4, 312-317

Studies in bacteriosis. XII. B. pyocyaneus as a cause of disease in Lettuce and the identity of B. marginale with this organism. Ann. of Appl. Biol, 11: 3-4, 318-323

Studies in bacteriosis. XIII. A soft rot of Potato tubers due to Bacillus carotovorus and a comparison of the cultural, pathological and serological behaviour of various organisms causing soft rots. Ann. of Appl. Biol, 13: 1, 1-11

Studies in bacteriosis. XIV. Chemical agglutination as a means of differentiating bacterial species causing soft rot of Potatoes and other vegetables. Ann. of Appl. Biol, 13: 1, 12-18

Studies in bacteriosis. XIX. Researches on the group of green fluorescent bacteria, part I; Bacterium trifoliorum (Jones et al.) as the cause of a disease of Vicia faba. Ann. of Appl. Biol, 18: 2, 180-186

Studies in bacteriosis. XV. A disease of Swedes and Turnips. Ann. of Appl. Biol, 15: 1, 46-56

Studies in bacteriosis. XVI. The agglutinating and plasmolytic action of the sap of the Potato on various parasitic and saprophytic species of bacteria. Ann. of Appl Biol, 16: 4, 567-577

Studies in bacteriosis. XVII. Acidic relations between the crown-gall organism and its host. Ann. of Appl. Biol. 17: 2, 280-283

Studies in bacteriosis. XVIII. A bacterial canker of Apple trees. Ann. of Appl. Biol, 18: 1, 30-36

Studies in bacteriosis. XX. The Spraing disease of Potato tubers. Ann. of Appl. Biol, 21: 2, 233-250

Studies in bacteriosis. XXI. An investigation o! marsh spots of Peas. Ann. of Appl Biol, 21: 4, 621-640

Studies in bacteriosis. XXII I. The isolation of a bacterium associated with 'fasciation' of Sweet Peas, 'cauliflower' Strawberry plants and 'leafy gall' of various plants. Ann. appl Biol, 23: 2, 302-310

Studies in bacteriosis. XXIII Further studies on a bacterium causing iasciation of Sweet Peas. Ann. appl Biol, 23: 4, 743-751

Studies in bacteriosis. XXIV. Studies on a bacterium associated with leafy galls, fasciations and 'cauliflower* disease of various plants. Fart III. Further isolations, inoculation experiments and cultural studies. Ann. appl. Biol, 26: 2, 262-278

Studies in bacteriosis. XXV. Studies on a bacterium associated with leafy-galls, fasciations and cauliflower disease of various plants. Part IV. The inoculation of strawberry plants with Bacterium fascians (Tilford). Ann.appl. Biol, 29: 11-5. bibl. 2

Studies in bee-keeping problems. Scottish Jour Agric 22(1): 23-27

Studies in biennial bearing. I. J. Pomol, 14: 39-76. bibl. 3

Studies in blood glycolysis: Preliminary observations. Biochemical Journal 25(1): 339-341

Studies in blood pigment change. 2. Results in healthy subjects. Dietetic experiments. Blood pigment changes in hunger. Deutsch. Arch. f. klin. Med, 171: 365-377. 3 figs

Studies in blood sugar. 1. Variation of blood sugar during menstrual cycle. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. [B. 7: 225-229

Studies in blood sugar. 2. Fasting blood sugar of South Indian students in Mysore. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. [B. 7: 230-234

Studies in blood sugar. 3. Blood sugar of children. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. [B. 7: 235-238

Studies in blooming in three Punjab types of sesamum in the Bombay Deccan. J. Univ, Bombay, 9: Pt 5, 69-77

Studies in breaking the rest period of grass plants by treatments with potassium thiocyanate and in stimulating growth with artificial light. Tram Kansas Acad Sci 41: 139-153

Studies in breeding Insects throughout the Year for Insecticide Tests. J. Econ. Ent, 4 refs. Geneva, N.Y

Studies in brucellosis, II. A study of Bang's disease in cattle in a large dairy herd. Tech. Bull. Mich. agric. Exp. Sta, 182, 79-80

Studies in brucellosis, II. Electrophoretic studies of the proteins of bovine serums with respect to Brucella. Tech. Bull. Mich. agric. Exp. Sta, 182, 3-44

Studies in calcium and phosphorus metabolism 5. The alleged influnence of vitamin D on the absorption of calcium from the intestine experiments with albino rats. Indian J. Med. Res, 30: 8l-89

Studies in calcium and phosphorus metabolism in generalized diseases of bones. Proc. Roy. Soc. Med, 28: 1619-1638

Studies in calcium and phosphorus metabolism. 1. The calcium and phosphorus content of the soft tissues of normal rats. Indian J. Med. Res, 25: 633-642

Studies in calcium and phosphorus metabolism. 11. The calculation of acid base content of the diet. J. Nutrition. 4: 1-13

Studies in calcium and phosphorus metabolism. 2. The effect of toxic doses of vitamin D on the ash, Ca, and P content of the bones and on the excretion of N, Ca, and P in the albino rats. Indian J. Med. Res, 26: 447-458

Studies in calcium and phosphorus metabolism. 3. The calcium content of soft tissues of albino rats in rickets and hyper vitaminosis D. Indian J. Med. Res, 28: 353-360

Studies in calcium and phosphorus metabolism. 4. The absorption of calcium from the intestine. Indian J. Med. Res, 28: 361-369

Studies in calcium and phosphorus metabolism. 6. The ionic products of calcium phosphates in blood serum of rachitic infants. Indian J. Med. Res, 32: 31-38

Studies in calcium and phosphorus metabolism. 7. The ionic products of calcium phosphates in experimentally induced vitamin D deficiency. Indian J. Med, Res, 33: 195-202

Studies in calcium metabolism. 2. Further contributions to the comparative studies of the physico-chemical properties of the gluconate and cevitamate of calcium and of vitamin C. Amer. J. Digest. Dis, 5: 676-680

Studies in cancer. 7. Enzyme deficiency in human and experimental cancer. J. Clin. Invest, 22: 743-751

Studies in cane physiology VII. Relationship between fertilization and seed vigor in cane growth. Proc. Assoc. Cuban Sug. Tech, 10: 151-164

Studies in carbohydrate metabolism, IV. The turnover of glycogen in the liver and carcass of rats fed galactose. J. biol. Chem, 159: 1, 123-127

Studies in carbohydrate metabolism. 1. A microelectrometric method of blood-sugar determination. Indian J. Med. Res, 24: 459-478

Studies in carbohydrate metabolism. 1. Carbohydrate metabolism of the newborn. Arch. f. Gynakol, 154: 354-373

Studies in carbohydrate metabolism. 1. The rate of turnover of liver and carcass glycogen, studied with the aid of deuterium. J. Biol. Chem, 155: 231-236

Studies in carbohydrate metabolism. 2. Effect of a high carbohydrate diet containing sugar on the glucose-tolerance curve in the albino rat. Indian J, Med.,Res, 24: 1077-1081

Studies in carbohydrate metabolism. 2. Glucose-lactic acid cycle in diabetes. J. Biol. Chem, 90: 417-426

Studies in carbohydrate metabolism. 2. The glycogenic response to glucose and lactate in the previously fasted rat. J. Biol. Chem, 155: 237-242

Studies in carbohydrate metabolism. 3. Metabolic defects in alloxan diabetes. J. Biol. Chem, 155: 271-278

Studies in cassava. 1. A classification of races occurring in Ceylon. Trop. Agriculturist. 101: 214-22

Studies in cassava. I. A classification of races occurring in Ceylon. Trop Agric [ceylon] 100(4): 219-230

Studies in cellular pathology. I. Effects of cane gall bacteria upon gall tissue cells of the Black Raspberry. Bot. Gaz, 97: 2, 193-239

Studies in cereal diseases. I. Smut diseases of cultivated plants and their control. Canada Dept. of Agric. Bull, 81: 79

Studies in cereal diseases. II. Root-rots and foot-rots of Wheat in Manitoba. Canada Dept. of Agric. Bull, 85, 32

Studies in cereal diseases. IV. Stem rust in Western Canada. Canada Dept Agric Bull 106(N S ): 1-31

Studies in cereal diseases. V. Control methods for diseases of cereal, forage, and fibre crops prepared by the Dominion Laboratories of Plant Pathology at Winnipeg, Saskatoon, and Edmonton. Canada Dept. of Agric. Pamphlet, 123, 15

Studies in cereal diseases. VI. A study of the effect of environmental factors on the variability of physiologic forms of Puccinia graminis tritici Erikss and Henn. Canada Dept. of Agric. Bull, 140: 76

Studies in cereal diseases. VIII. Specialization and hybridization of Wheat stem rust, Puccinia graminis tritici, in Canada. Canada Dept. of Agric. Bull, 160: 60

Studies in cereal diseases. X. Studies of take-all and its causal organism, Ophiobolus graminis Sacc. Canada Dept. of Agric. Bull, 170: 64

Studies in cereal diseases. XI. The prevention of cereal rusts by the use of fungicidal dusts. Canada Dept. of Agric. Bull, 171, 90

Studies in cereal diseases. XII. Stem rust of cereals. Fmrs' Bull. Canad. Dep. Agric, 84, 39

Studies in cereal hay production in Western Australia. 1. The influence of time of cutting upon yield. J. Dept. Agric. W. Aust, 21: 35-41

Studies in cereal hay production in Western Australia. II. The influence of time of cutting upon the chemical composition and digestibility of wheaten and oaten hay. J. Dept. Agric. W. Aust, 21: 41-51

Studies In Certain Factors Affecting The Resistance Of Plants To Insect Pests. Science 73(1880): 49-50

Studies in cestode cytology. Jour Parasitol 31(4): 213-235

Studies in chemotherapy. IX. Ureylenebenzene and cyclohexane derivatives as biotin antagonists. J. Amer. chem. Soc, 67: 2, 295-302

STUDIES IN CHOLESTEROL METABOLISM : 2. Blood Cholesterol in Various Conditions. Canadian Medical Association Journal 26(2): 158-159

Studies in chronic selenosis. 1. The chronic toxicity of naturally occurring food selenium. U.S. Pub. Health Serv., Nat. Inst. Health Bull, 174, 49

Studies in chronic selenosis. 2. Gastric acidity in chronic selenium poisoning. U.S. Pub. Health Serv., Nat. Inst. Health Bull, 174, 49

Studies in chronic selenosis. 3. Liver function and bile pigments in experimental chronic selenium poisoning. U.S. Pub. Health Serv., Nat. Inst. Health Bull, 174, 49

Studies in chronic selenosis. 4. Selenium in the hair as an index of the extent of its deposition in the tissues in chronic poisoning. U.S. Pub. Health Serv., Nat. Inst. Health Bull, 174, 49

Studies in climatic change. I. II. Amelioration, by contour trenching arid hill forest slopes. Indian For, 68: 422-9, 472-9

Studies in clinical endocrinology. 2. Habitual abortion : its incidence and treatment with progesterone or vitamin E. Guy's Hosp. Rep, 87: 362-371

Studies in coeliac disease. 1. Carbohydrate metabolism. Quart. J. Med, 5: 227-250

Studies in colloidal clays. I. J. Phys. Chem, 42: 1031-1049

Studies in complement fixation. I. Spectrophotometric titration of complement; construction of graphs for direct determination of the 50 per cent hemolytic unit. J. Immunol, 53: 37-50

Studies in connection with Agricultural Pests in the Orenburg-Kirgiz Region in 1923. Bull. Siberian Ent. Bur, Petrograd, 3, 66-67

Studies in cretinism and hypothyroidism in childhood. J. Amer. Med. Assoc, 100: 1661-1663

Studies in cystinuria. J. Biol. Chem, 109: Iv-lvi

Studies in deciduous fruit. I. The effect of time of picking on the keeping quality of Plums, with especial reference to the internal browning of the Kelsey Plum. Trans. roy. Soc. S. Afr, 22: 4, 297-311

Studies in deciduous fruit. V. Preliminary observations on the relationship between nitrogenous metabolism and internal breakdown of Kelsey Plums in cold store. Trans. roy. Soc. S. Afr, 25: 1, 83-102

Studies in diabetes mellitus and transient glycosuria in selectees and volunteers. New England Jour Med 229(24): 885-892

Studies in diabetes mellitus. 1. Characteristics and trends of diabetes mortality throughout the world. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 186: 753-773

Studies in diabetes mellitus. 2. Its incidence and the factors underlying its variations. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 187: 433-457

Studies in diabetes mellitus. 3. Interpretation of the variations in diabetes incidence. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 189: 163

Studies in diabetes mellitus. 4. Etiology. Part 2. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 192: 9-23

Studies in diabetes mellitus. 6. Mortality and longevity of diabetics. Amer. J. Med. Sci. 195: 596-608

Studies in diabetes mellitus. 7. Non-diabetic glycosuria. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 197: 533-556

Studies in dicalcium phosphate. Dent. Cosmos. 77: 1200-1202

Studies in disease resistance in crop plants in the Madras presidency. II. Estimation of disease resistance in Sugarcane mosaic. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci, 3: 6, 481-490

Studies in disease resistance with special reference to cotton wilt. 21st Ann. Meet. Ind. Sci. Cong, Bombay, 9 p

Studies in disease resistance. I. Cotton wilt and environment. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci, 3: 6, 502-526

Studies in disease resistance. II. Leaf-roll and red leaf of American Cottons. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci, 3: 6, 535-551

Studies in diseases of muscle. 1. Metabolism of creatine and creatinine in progressive muscular dystrophy. Arch. Neurol. Psychiat. Chicago. 38: 992-1024

Studies in diseases of muscle. 11. Progressive muscular atrophy; report of a case with unusual features; effect of prostigmine on fasciculations; meta-bolism of ascorbic acid. Arch. Neurol. Psychiat. Chicago, 49: 13-21

Studies in diseases of muscle. 2. Effect of varying amounts of ingested creatine on creatine tolerance in progressive muscular dystrophy. Arch. Neurol. Psychiat. Chicago. 39: 37-40

Studies in diseases of muscle. 3. Metabolism of creatine and creatinine in myastbenia gravis, including a study of the excretion of nucleosides and nucleotides. Arch. Neurol. Psychiat. Chicago. 39: 354-372

Studies in diseases of muscle. 4. Metabolism of creatine and creatinine in muscular wasting subsequent to disease of the nervous system. Arch. Neurol. Psychiat. Chicago. 40: 663-679

Studies in diseases of muscle. 5. Metabolism of creatine and creatinine in myotonia congenita, myotonia atrophica, amyetonia cenganita, dystonia muscujorum detormans and paralysis agitans. Arch. Neurol. Psychiat. Chicago. 40: 680-698

Studies in diseases of muscle. 6. Progressive peroneal muscular atrophy; report on a family with study of heredity and of metabolism of creatine and creatinine. Arch. Neurol. Psychiat. Chicago. 40: 911-921

Studies in diseases of muscle. 7. Effect of ketosis and of the ingestion of creatine in myotonia congenita. Arch. Neurol. Psychiat. Chicago. 40: 1135-1140

Studies in diseases of the Jute plant. (2) Macrophoma corchori Saw. Mem. Dept. Agric. India, 13: 6, 193

Studies in drought resistance of the soy bean. Res Stud State Coll Washington 5(1): 1-16

Studies in economics of apple orcharding. III. A study of orchard problems by the budget method of analysis. Bull. New Hamp. agric. Exp. Stat, 323: 23

Studies in economies of apple orcharding. 1. An apple enterprise study-costs and management. New Hampshire Agr. Exp. Sta. bull, 257: 71

Studies in electrodialysis of soils : III. Speed of electrodialysis of various cations. Soil Sci, 45: 309-313

Studies in electrodialysis of soils : IV. Effect of temperature, pH value, and degree of alkalization. Soil Sci, 47: 479-485

Studies in electrodialysis of soils: II. Polarographic current-voltage curves. Soil Sci, 44: 399-408

Studies in embryochemistry by the injection method. 6. Creatine and creatinine after injection of amino-acids into the hen's egg. Hoppe Seyler's Ztschr. f. physiol. Chem, 219: 31-33

Studies in entomogeaon fungi. IX. Aegerita. Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc, 11: 1-2, 50-66

Studies in entomogenons fungi. Z. Verticillium spp. Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc, 11: 3-4, 251-254

Studies in entomogenous fungi. IV. Some Ceylon Cordyceps. Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc, 10: 1-2, 28-44

Studies in entomogenous fungi. VI. Cephalosporium and associated fungi. Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc, 10: 3, 152-182

Studies in entomogenous fungi. VII. Spicaria. Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc, 10: 3, 183-189

Studies in entomogenous fungi. XIX. Feziotrichum laoluxella; Ophionectria coccornm; Volntella epicoccnm. Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc, 12: 1, 44-52

Studies in entomogeuon fungi. XI. Bmpvaa le-canii Zimm. Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc, 11: 3-4, 254-258

Studies in entontogenous fungi. Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc, 7: 3, 132-166

Studies in enzymatic histo-chemistry. 22. Micro-estimation of potassium. C.R. Lab. Carlsberg. 21: 16, 233-241

Studies in enzyme chemistry. 2. Ark. Kemi, Min. Geol, 11B: 42, 6

Studies in esterase (butyric) activity. II. Esterase content of livers of mice and its excretion in strains susceptible or insusceptible to mammary cancer. Cancer Res, 3: 88; 91

Studies in eutomogenous fungi. V. Myriangium. Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc, 10: 1-2, 45-80

Studies in exophthalmic goiter. 1. Its incidence throughout the United States. Arch Internal Med 63(1): 71-79

Studies in experimental hypertension. 2. The effect of dietary protein on the area clearance and arterial blood pressure in chronic hypertension. Bull. Johns Hopkins Hosp, 72: 274-285

Studies in experimental hypertension. 3. The effect of dietary protein on the clearances of diodrast and inulin by the kidney in chronic hypertension. Bull. Johns Hopkins Hosp, 72: 286-298

Studies in experimental kidney insufficiency. J. Biol. Chem, 92: Ixxxii-lxxxiv

Studies in experimental scurvy. 11. Glutathione content of organ tissues of guinea-pigs fed on vitamin C free diet. J. Biochem. (Tokyo). 14: 325-329

Studies in experimental scurvy. 14. On the content of fatty acid and lipins in blood of guinea pigs fed on a vitamin C free diet. J. Biochem, 16: 191-206

Studies in experimental scurvy. 15. Changes in the blood of guinea pigs fed on a vitamin C free diet. J. Biochem, 16: 207-215

Studies in experimental scurvy. 23. On the amounts of acetone bodies in the blood of guinea pigs fed on a vitamin C free diet. J. Biochem. Tokyo. 20: 395-404

Studies in experimental scurvy. 25. On the content of fatty acid, cholesterol, unknown unsaponifiable substance and nitrogen in the faeces of guinea pigs fed on a vitamin C free diet. J. Biochem. Tokyo. 21: 457-467

Studies in experimental scurvy. 26. On the acid number of a petroleum ether extract of the faeces of guinea pigs fed on a vitamin C bee diet. J. Biochem. Tokyo. 21: 469-475

Studies in experimental scurvy. 27. On the content of lipase in the serum of guinea pigs fed on a vitamin C free diet. J. Biochem. Tokyo. 21: 477-485

Studies in experimental scurvy. 28. On the amount of bite secreted and its bile salts and cholesterol contents in guinea pigs fed on a vitamin C free diet. J. Biochem. Tokyo. 21: 487-504

Studies in experimental scurvy. 35. On Bezssonoff's reacting substances, and on its identity to vitamin C. J. Biochem., Tokyo, 25: 219-236

Studies in experimental systemic mycosis. I. Systemic chromo-mycosis (ehromoblastomyeosis) in mice; preliminary study. Amer. J. trap. Med, 25: 117-127

Studies in experimental technique : plot arrangement. Proc. 6th Cong. Int. Soc. Sug. Cane Tech., 1938. 733-744

Studies in experimental technique. Selection of layout: blocks versus Latin squares. Hawaii. Plant. Rec, 43: 7-10

Studies in experimental technique: plot arrangement. Proc. 6th Congr. Int. Soc. Sug. Cane Tech., La. 1939. 733-44

Studies in farm management A Southland farm. N. Z. J. Agric, 89: 217-25

Studies in farm management. A Canterbury mixed farm. N.Z.J. Agric, 70: 233-40

Studies in farm management. A Cheviot mixed farm. N. Z. J. Agric, 68: 169-73

Studies in farm management. A Hakataramea arable farm. N.Z.J. Agric, 71: 59-65

Studies in farm management. A Hauraki Plains farm. N. Z. J. Agric, 69: 297-302

Studies in farm management. A Hawke's Bay mixed farm. N. Z. J. Agric, Hastings, 69: 521-7

Studies in farm management. A Northern Wairoa farm. N.Z. J. Agric, 70: 9-17; 19-21

Studies in farm management. A Rodney gumland farm. N. Z. J. Agric, 68: 249-54

Studies in farm management. A Rotorua dairy farm. N. Z. J. Agric, 69: 9-18

Studies in farm management. A Southland dairy farm. N. Z. J. Agric, 71: 233-42

Studies in farm management. A Waipa fat lamb farm. N.Z.J. Agric, 70: 493-503

Studies in farm management. A Wairarapa pastoral farm. N. Z. J. Agric, Masterton, 70: 121-30

Studies in farm management. A Woodhill dairy farm. N. Z. J. Agric, 68: 409-13

Studies in farm management. Otago pastoral farm. N. Z. J. Agric, Alexandra, 69: 409-16

Studies in fat metabolism. 1. Fat absorption in normal infants. J. Pediat, 8: 427-480

Studies in fat metabolism. 2. Fat absorption in premature infants and twins. J. Pediat, 8: 481-489

Studies in fertility and inbreeding in some herbage grasses. Hereditas 19: 1-162

Studies in fertility in sheep. (Commonwealth of Austral. Counc. Sci. Indust. Res. Bull. No. 112). Studies in fertility in sheep, Commonwealth of Austral. Counc. Sci. Indust., 67

Studies in fertility in sheep. 2. Seminal changes affecting fertility in rams. Bull. Coun. sci. industr. Res. Aust, 148, 140

Studies in fertility in the domestic fowl. Poultry Sci 14(1): 37-41

Studies in fetal fat. 1. The influence of high and low fat diets on the quality of the fat formed in the fetus of the rat. J. Biol. Chem, 100: 13-26

Studies in field-plot technique with P. typhoideum Rich. Emp. J. Exp. Agric, 5: 219-30

Studies in filariasis. II. A skin test for Filariasis bancrofti utilizing antigen prepared from microfilariae of Wuchereria bancrofti. Journal of Parasitology, 31: Suppl, 13 p

Studies in fire resistance. Part I. The fire resistance of some Indian timbers. (a) The rate of burning. Indian For. Bull. Utilisation. 118, 17

Studies in fish-liver oils. 1. The bio-logical assay of vitamins A and D in ghol-15 (Sciaena miles) and mushi-(Scoliodon sorro-kowai) liver oils. Indian J. Med. Res, 31: 15-20

Studies in fish-liver oils. 2. The seasonal variation in the yield and vitamin A content of some fish-liwr oils. Indian J. Med. Res, 31: 21-23

Studies in forest pathology. I. Decay in Balsam Fir (Abies balsamea Mill.). Canada Dept. of Agric. Bull, 104, 25

Studies in forest pathology. III. Hypoxylon canker of Poplar. Tech. Bull. Dep. Agric. Can, 27: 40

Studies in forest pathology. ii. The biology of Fomes pinicola (Sw.) Cooke. Canada Dept. of Agric. Bull, Ill, N.S., 75

Studies in framework grafting of mature fruit trees. III. Plums. Jour Pomol And Hort Sci 19(3/4): 168-185

Studies in framework grafting of mature fruit trees. IV. A comparison of frameworked and topworked apple trees. Jour Pomol And Hort Sci 19(3/4): 186-196

Studies in fruit diseases. II. Diseases of Plums and their control. Canada Dept. of Agric. Pamphlet, N.S., 119, 12

Studies in fruit diseases. II. Diseases of plums and their control. Publ. Canad. Dep. Agric, 532: 10. blbl. 2

Studies in fruit diseases. IX. Apple scab. Publ. Canad. Dep. Agric, 519: 8

Studies in fruit diseases. VI. Pire blight of Apples and Pears. Canada Dept. of Agric. Pamphlet, 138, 10

Studies in fruit diseases. VII. Raspberry inspection service and Canadian certified Raspberry stock. Canada Dept. of Agric. Pamphlet, 139, 6

Studies in fruit diseases. VIII. Preventing Peach canker. Circ. Dep. Agric. Can, 92: 8

Studies in fruit storage. I. Influence of the stage of maturity and storage temperature on respiratory drifts during the ripening of tomato fruits. Ann. appl. Biol. 26: 203-12. bibl. 9

Studies in gastric acidity in Indians with alcohol test-meal. Indian Jour Med Res 30(2): 351-370

Studies in gastric analysis on South Indians. Antiseptic. 41: 577-584 ; 685-694

Studies in gastric secretion 3. Evidence in refutation of the Rosemann theory of hydrochloric acid formation. Amer. J. Physiol, 98: 551-553. 2 figs

Studies in gastric secretion. 1. Ind. J. Med. Res, 19: 259-280

Studies in gastric secretion. 1. Gastric juice of constant acidity. J. Biol. Chem, 91: 151-182. 3 figs

Studies in gastric secretion. 2. A comparison of criteria of acidity used in this investigation. J. Biol. Chem, 91: 481-492

Studies in gastric secretion. 4. Variations in the chlorine content of gastric juice and their significance. J. Biol. Chem, 97: 585-604

Studies in gastric secretion. 5. The composition of gastric juice as a function of its acidity. J. Biol. Chem, 104: 33-42

Studies in gastric secretion. 6. A statistical analysis of the neutral chloride-hydrochloric acid relation in gastric juice. J. Biol. Chem, 125: 161-168

Studies in genetics of development. II. Influence of lethal genes on the development of characters as studied by transplantation. C. R. (Dokl.) Acad. Sci. U.R.S.S, N.S., 20: 319-321

Studies in glutathione. 1. Total and reduced glutathione, oxygen content and capacity, and cell volume of blood in nonpregnant and pregnant women, with special reference to the toxemias of pregnancy. Amer. J. Obstet. Gynecol, 30: 232-236

Studies in glycoproteins. Acta physiol. scand, 1: 29-42

Studies in grams of C.P. and Berar. 1. Biology of gram flower. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci, 19: 78-90

Studies in growing mixtures of legumes and cereals. Pflamenbau, 20: 49-60

Studies in growth analysis of the cotton plant under irrigation in the Sudan. II. Seasonal variation in development and yield. Ann. Bot, 5: 509-533

Studies in haemoglobin metabolism. 6. Regeneration and changes in hemoglobin in pernicious anaemia and in a case of Bothriocephalus anaemia before and after liver treatment. Deutsch. Arch. f. Klin. Med, 173: 128-163

Studies in hatchability. 6. Hatchability in relation to current egg production. Poultry Sci, 10: 327-331

Studies in helminthology. Trematode parasites of birds. Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences. Section B, 10: 2, 111-200

Studies in hereditary dwarfism in . mice VIII. The histology of the anterior pituitary of mice with hereditary adiposity and of dwarf mice with hereditary adiposity. Acta path. microbiol. scand, 22: 138-143

Studies in heredity of some characters in Nicotiana tabacum L. Bull. Inst. Tobac. Ind. U.S.S.R, 110, 43-77

Studies in histochemistry. 10. Distribution of vitamin C in the lens of the eye. Arch. Ophthalmol, 16: 990-995

Studies in histochemistry. 11. The vitamin C in the testes in relation to anatomic and to functional changes. Arch. Pathol, 23: 363-371

Studies in histochemistry. 16. Methods for the histochemical localization of adenosinetriphosphatase, thiaminepyrophosphatase and glycerophosphatase in grains and sprouts. Arch. Biochem, 8: 91-96

Studies in histochemistry. 5. The vitamin C concentration of the corpus luteum with reference to the stage of the oestrus cycle and pregnancy. J. Biol. Chem, 113: 27-34

Studies in histochemistry. 6. The quantitative distribution of vitamin C in the small intestine. J. Biol. Chem, 113: 427-432

Studies in histochemistry. 7. The concentration of vitamin C in the thymus in relation to its histological changes at different stages of development and regression. J. Biol. Chem, 114: 1-7

Studies in histochemistry. 8. Relationship between concentration of vitamin C and development of pineal gland . Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med, 34: 866-870

Studies in histochemistry. 9. The quantitative distribution of vitamin C in the adrenal gland at various stages of development. J. Biol. Chem, 115: 551-555

Studies in hormone therapy. 1. The evaluation of growth hormone treatment. J. Pediat, 23: 421-429

Studies in human biliary physiology. 3. The effect of bile and vitamin K on experimentally produced hemorrhagic diathesis in a human with a total external biliary fistula. Amer. J. Digest. Dis, 6: 332-335

Studies in human biliary physiology. 4. Comparative effects of orally administered olive oil, oleic acid and glycerine, with and without bile salts, on quantity of bile secretion. Amer. J. Digest. Dis, 7: 208-210

Studies in human biliary physiology. 5. Influence of meta bolizable and non-metabolizable sugars on liver bile secretion. Amer. J. Digest. Dis, 7: 382-385

Studies in human biliary physiology. 6. Composition of continuously collected fractions of liver bile on starvation and after high carbohydrate feeding. Amer. J, Digest. Dis, 9: 264-268

Studies in human metabolism, 2. Calcium and phosphorus metabolism in Indians on rice and on wheat diets. Indian J. Med, Res, 27: 471-499

Studies in human metabolism. 1. Protein metabolism in Indians. Indian J. Med. Res, 27: 115-134

Studies in human nutrition. 3. Protein, calcium and phosphorus metabolism with typical Indian dietaries. Indian J. Med. Res, 29: 105-117

Studies in human nutrition. 4. Availability of calcium ingested in the process of chewing betel-leaves with lime. Indian J. Med. Res, 30: 309-313

Studies in human nutrition. 5. The bones of small fish as a source of nutritionally available calcium and phosphorus. Indian J. Med. Res, 30: 417-422

Studies in human nutrition. Part III. Protein, calcium and phosphorus metabolism with typical Indian dietaries. Indian J. med. Res, 29: 1, 105-117

Studies in human physiology. 5. Urine chemistry; comparison of 24-hour and short-period basal excretion ; correlations between urine constituents and menstrual and seasonal variation. J. Nutrition. 7: 131-167

Studies in human physiology. 6. Variations in blood chemistry over long periods of time, including those characteristic of menstruation. J. Nutrition. 7: 169

Studies in hybrid vigour. I. Notes on the manifestation of hybrid vigour in gram, sesamum, chilli and maize. Indian J. Genet. Pl. Breed, 5: 106-21

Studies in incompatibility between stock and scion, with special reference to certain deciduous fruit trees. J. Pomol, 15: 267-325. bibl. 65

Studies in incompatibility of stock and scion. I. Information accumulated during twenty years of testing fruit tree rootstoeks with various scion varieties at East Malling. Annu. Rep. East Malling Res. Sta. for 1936. A19: 81-99. bibl. 11

Studies in incompatibility of stock and scion. II. The relation between time of budding and stock scion incompatibility. Annu. Rep. East Malling Res. Sta. for 1938. A.21: 154-7. bibl. 4

Studies in industrial enzymes. Part II. Malt residues as raw material for the production of fungus diastase and its application to the saccharification of cereals. J. sci. industr. Res, India, 3: 7, 287-289

Studies in industrial microorganisms. I. Nutritional requirements of some lactic acid microorganisms. J. sci. industr. Res, Delhi, 4: 3, 162-170

Studies in infantile allergic eczema. 2. Serum lipids, with special reference, to saturation of the fatty acids. J. Pediat, 6: 490-493

Studies in inheritance in cotton. Mem Dept Agric India Bot Ser 17(4): 75-115

Studies in interspecific crossing with Melilotus and in inter-generic crossing with Melilotus, Medicago and Trigonella. Sci. Agric, 15: 580-9; 589

Studies in iodine metabolism by the use of a new radioactive isotope of iodine. Amer Jour Physiol 127(3): 557-572

Studies in iron metabolism with the aid of its artificial radioactive isotope. The absorption, excretion, and distribution of iron in the rat on normal and irondeficient diets. J. Bid. Chem, 134: 27-41

Studies in iron transportation and metabolism. 3. Thenormal flutuations of serum and easily split-off blood iron in individual subjects. J. Clin. Inrest, 18: 543-552

Studies in iron transportation and metabolism. 4. Observations, on the absorption of iron from the gastromtestimal tract. J. Clin. Inrest, 18: 553-580

Studies in ketone body excretion. 1. Daily variations in the ketone bodies of normal urine and the ketonuria of short fasts, with a note on diabetic ketonuria during insulin treatment. J. Biol. Chem, 92: 679-697. 5 figs

Studies in lactation. 2. Application of criteria of growth in the suckling young to estimation of lactation in the rat. J. Nutrition. 7: 18

Studies in log conversion. I Mass production of deals, battens and boards. II. Mass production of D.B.B. Sawing rules and yeilds. III. Sawing for quality-North American practice. IV. North American practice - Economics of production. V. Head-saws for home-grown timber. Timb. Tr. J, 162; 163: 515-6, 563, 61-2, 109-10, 253-5, 399-400

Studies in louping-ill. I. Cultivation of louping-ill virus in vitro. II. Pathogenic properties of culture virus. J. comp. Path, 55: 250-267

Studies in manioc & lima-beans with special reference to their utilization as harmless food. Trop Agriculturist, 100: 164-168

Studies in mastitis. Bienn. Rep. Kans. agric. Exp. Sta 123-124

Studies in mastitis. II. A comparison of methods for the detection of subclinical mastitis. Jour Dairy Res 10(1): 74-79

Studies in maturity and cold storage of peaches. Sci Agric 21(10): 624-645

Studies in metabolism during pregnancy. (Oklahoma Agric. and Mech. Coll., Agric. Exp. Stat. Bull. No. 223). Studies in metabolism during pregnancy, Oklahoma Agric. and Mech. Coll., Agric. Exp. Stat., 113

Studies in millet breeding methods. Bull. Coll. Agric. Honan Univ, 2, 22

Studies in mineral metabolism with the aid of artificial radioactive isotopes. 3. The influence of vitamin D on the phosphorus metabolism of rachitic rats. J. Biol. Chem, 130: 625-634

Studies in mineral metabolism with the aid of artificial radioactive isotopes. 7. The distribution and execration, particularly by way of the bile, of iron, cobalt, and manganese. J. Biol. Chem, 147: 749-756

Studies in mineral metabolism with the aid of artificial radioactive isotopes. 8. Tracer experiments, with radioactive calcium and strontium on the mechanism of vitamin D action in rachitic rats. J. Biol. Chem, 157: 99-104

Studies in mineral metabolism with the aid of artificial radioactive isotopes. VIII. Tracer experiments with radioactive calcium and strontium on the mechanism of vitamin D action in rachitic rats. Jour Biol Chem 157(1): 99-104

Studies in mineral metabolism with the aid of radioactive isotopes. 4. Manganese. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci, 26: 448-452

Studies in mineral metabolism. 14. Inorganic phosphorus in the blood of pregnant heifers. 17th Rep. Director Vet. Servces and Animal Ind., Union of S. Africa. 433-438

Studies in mineral metabolism. 15. Potassium iodide in poultry farming. 17th Rep., Director Vet. Services and Animal Ind., Union of S. Africa, 439-442

Studies in mineral metabolism. 16. The micro-determination of some inorganic elements in blood and vegetation. 17th Rep. Director Vet. Services and Animal Ind., Union of S. Africa. 443-452

Studies in mineral metabolism. 17. Phosphorus in the nutrition of the sheep. (2nd Report.). 17th Report Director Vet. Services and Animal Ind., Union of S. Africa, 453-472. 14 figs

Studies in mineral metabolism. 18. Phosphorus in the nutrition of sheep. (Final Report.). (18th Rep. Director Vet. Services and Animal Indust., Union S. Africa). Studies in mineral metabolism. 18. Phosphorus in the nutrition of sheep. (Final Report.), 611-630

Studies in mineral metabolism. 19. Influence of phosphorus and other minerals on wool growth. (18th Rep. Director Vet. Services and Animal Indust. Union S. Africa). Studies in mineral metabolism. nfluence of phosphorus and other minerals on wool growth, 1932. 631-649

Studies in mineral metabolism. 2. Calcium and the kidney. 1. Canad. Med. Assoc. J, 35: 513-516

Studies in mineral metabolism. 20. Iodine in the nutrition of sheep. 18th Rep. Director Vet. Services and Animal Indust., Union. S. Africa. 651-676

Studies in mineral metabolism. 21. A comparison of phosphatic supplements for the prevention of aphosphorosis. (18th Rep. Director Vet. Services and Animal Indust. Union S. Africa). Studies in mineral metabolism. 21. A comparison of phosphatic supplements for the prevention of aphosphorosis, 677-702

Studies in mineral metabolism. 22. Phosphorus, calcium and protein. (18th Rep. Director Vet. Services and Animal Indust., Union S. Africa). Studies in mineral metabolism. 22. Phosphorus, calcium and protein, 703-732

Studies in mineral metabolism. 23. Phosphorus and iodine supplements in field experiments with sheep. (18th Rep. Director Vet. Services and Animal Indust., Union S. Africa). Studies in mineral metabolism. 23. Phosphorus and iodine supplements in field experiments with sheep, 733-750

Studies in mineral metabolism. 25. The effect of calcium and magnesium supplements on the growth of Merino sheep. (18th Rep. Director Vet. Services and Animal Indust., Union S. Africa). Studies in mineral metabolism. 25. The effect of calcium and magnesium supplements on the growth of Merino sheep, 799-803

Studies in mineral metabolism. 26. The effect of fluorine on pregnant heifers. 18th Rep. Director Vet. Services and Animal Indust., Union S. Africa. 805-817

Studies in mineral metabolism. 27. Modifications of the methods used at Onderstepoort for the determination of (A) magnesium and calcium ; (B) potassium, in grass-extracts. Onderslepoort J. Vet. Sci. and Animal Indust, 2: 115-122

Studies in mineral metabolism. 27. The effect of two different calcium phosphorus ratios upon the growth of calves. Onderstepoort J. Vet. Sci. and Animal Indust, 1: 421-424

Studies in mineral metabolism. 28. Methods for the micro-determination of iodine in biological material. Onderstepoort J. Vet. Sci. and Animal Indust, 2: 123-130

Studies in mineral metabolism. 29. The iodine content of foodstuffs in relation to the occurrence of endemic goitre in the Langkloof Valley. Onderstepoort J. Vet, Sci. and Animal Indust, 2: 131-138

Studies in mineral metabolism. 3. Calcium and the kidney: experimental 2. Canad. Med. Assoc. J, 36: 7-10

Studies in mineral metabolism. 30. Variations in the iodine content of grasses at different stages of growth and a note on the iodine content of milk. Onderstepoort J. Vet. Sci. and Animal Indust, 2: 139-150

Studies in mineral metabolism. 31. Minimum mineral requirements of cattle. 2. Onderstepoort J. Vet. Sci. and Animal Indust, 2: 565-606

Studies in mineral metabolism. 33. Iodine in the nutrition of sheep. 2nd Report. Onderstepoort J. Vet. Sci, 5: 189-200

Studies in mineral metabolism. 34. The effect of sulphur upon the weight and wool production of sheep when food intake is not limited. Onderstepoort J. Vet. Sci, 7: 181-188

Studies in mineral metabolism. 35. The role of iodine in the nutrition of sheep. Onderstepoort J. Vet. Sci, 7: 523-532

Studies in mineral metabolism. 38. Calcium and pbosphorns in the nutrition of growing pigs. Onderstepoort J. Vet. Sci, 9: 127-164

Studies in mineral metabolism. XXX. Variations in the iodine content of grasses at different stages of growth and a note on the iodine content of milk. Onder-stepoort J, 2: 139-50

Studies in mycotic dermatitis. II. Mycotic inguinal lymphadenitis associated with superficial fungus dermatitis of the feet. Arch, of Dermatology. 18: 2, 271-275

Studies in native animal husbandry. (13) A note on the three parent stocks of African cattle. Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci, 5: 531-534

Studies in native animal husbandry. 11. An Ambo bull described. Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci, 4: 541-549

Studies in native animal husbandry. 9. The West African Shorthorn. Jour S African Vet Med Assoc 5(3): 187-201

Studies in nicotinic acid metabolism. 1. The fate of nicotinic acid in man. J. Nutrition. 23: 23-34

Studies in nicotinic acid metabolism. 3. Metabolism and synthesis of nicotinic acid in the rat. J. Biol. Chem, 142: 401-416

Studies in nicotinic acid metabolism. 5. A test for nicotinic acid deficiency in man. J. Amer. Med. Assoc, 118: 28-30

Studies in nitrogen metabolism with special reference to the feeding of dairy cows on cultivated pasture and on certain winter rations. Meded. Inst. Mod. Veevoeding " De. Schothorst". 53: Nos. 646, 649, 650, 653/654 655, 183

Studies in nitrogen nutrition. Int. Sug.J, 43: 136-137

Studies in nursery technique. Shield-budding-the removal of the wood. A progress report. Annu. Rep. East Malling Res. Sta. for 1935. A18: 123-6. bibl. 6

Studies in nursery technique. The production of double-worked pear trees. A. R. East Matting Res. Stat, for. A23: 84-6. bibl. 5

Studies in nutrition : an inquiry into the diet of families in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. Spec. Rep. Ser. med. Res.Coun. Lond, London : H.M.Stationery Office., 242, 37

Studies in nutrition of sheep in the New England district of New South Wales. 2. Soil and pasture anlyses of affected properties. (Dept. Agric. N.S.W., Vet. Res. Rep. No. 7). Studies in nutrition of sheep in the New England district of New South Wales. 2. Soil and pasture anlyses of affected properties, Dept. Agric. N.S.W., Vet. Res. (1938). 38-40

Studies in nutrition. An enquiry into the diet of families in Cardiff and Reading. Med. Res. Counc., Spec. Rep. Ser, 165, 28

Studies in nutritional anemia of the rat. 1. The influence of the spleen on recovery. Folia haematol, 61: 224-238

Studies in nutritional anemia. (Mississippi Agric. Exp. Stat. Tech. Bull. 26). Studies in nutritional anemia, Mississippi Agric. Exp. Stat., 35

Studies in nutritional anemia. Quantitative variations in iron, copper, and manganese supplements. Jour Biol Chem 92(2): 421-434

Studies in oats II. The Portuguese oats of the section Euavena Griseb. Bol. Soc. Broteriana, 39. 13: 573-709

Studies in old age. 4. The clinical significance of salivary, gastric and pancreatic secretion in the aged. J. Amer. Med. Assoc, 115: 2050-2053

Studies in organotherapy of cancer by subcutaneous injection. C.R. Soc. Biol, 107: 1606-1608

Studies in parasitism. I. Toxic substances produced by fungi. 22nd Report Michigan Acad. Science., 1921. 205-208

Studies in parathyroid physiology. 3. The effect of phosphate ingestion in clinical hyperparathyroidism. J. Clin. Invest, 11: 411-435

Studies in pasture management. Kikuyu grass, its composition and returns as measured by milk production. S. Afr. J. Sci, 35: 319

Studies in pasture management; a further report on the seasonal composition of certain South African pasture grasses in relation to their manuring and intensity of grazing. S. Afr. J. Sci, 28: 205-6

Studies in permeability. Part I. A preliminary note on the permeability of wood and other materials to air. Indian For. Bull. Utilisation. 120, 16

Studies in pernicious anaemia of pregnancy. 5. Production of macrocytic anaemia in monkeys by deficient feeding. Ind. J. Med. Res, 20: 391-402

Studies in pernicious anaemia of pregnancy. 6. Tropical macrocytic anaemia as a deficiency disease, with special reference to the vitamin B complex. Ind. J. Med. Res, 21: 669-681

Studies in pernicious anemia an inquiry into the role of pepsin. Ann. Int. Med, 14: 242-254

Studies in phanerogamic parasitism with particular reference to Singa lutea Louv. Part III. The breeding of resistant host varieties. Sci. Bull. Dep. Agric. S. Afr, 128, 56

Studies in phasic development of beet varieties. Osnov. Vyvod. Rab. VNIS, 336-8

Studies in pig breeding at Porrifio. 1. A closed herd of pigs. Estudios en el cebadero de Porrifio. 1. Alrededor de una piara cerrada, 115

Studies in plant breeding technique. I. An analysis of the efficiency of selection methods used in the improvement of Malvi cotton. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 6: 672-83

Studies in plant breeding technique. II. The design of field tests of plant breeding material. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 7: 531-64

Studies in plant breeding technique. III. Crop analysis and varietal improvement in Malvi jowar (Andropogon sorghum). Indian J. Agric. Sci, 8: 131-52

Studies in plant breeding technique. IV. The inheritance of agricultural characters in three inter-strain crosses in cotton. Indian Jour Agric Sci 8(6): 757-775

Studies in plant propagation. Cornell Univ. Agr. Exp. Sta. bull, 571: 53. bibl. 31

Studies in poliomyelitis.. S. Afr. med. J, 19: 262-264

Studies in pollen tube culture. Stud Inst Divi Thomae [cincinnati] 3(1): 81-101

Studies in polypeptide toxicosis. Presse med, 42: 1785-1787

Studies in propagation of Sapodilla. Trop Agric [Ceylon] 99(2): 78-82

Studies in propagation of softwood cuttings of ornamentals based on temperature, defoliation and kind of media. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci, 28: 452-4

Studies in protein meta bolism. 8. The activity of the alpha -amino group of histidine in animals. J. Biol. Chem, 127: 385-389

Studies in protein metabolism. 10. The metabolic activity of body proteins investigated with 1(-)-leucine containing two isotopes. J. Biol. Chem, 130: 703-732

Studies in protein metabolism. 11. The metabolic relation of creatine and creatinine studied with isotopic nitrogen. J. Biol. Chem, 131: 111-119

Studies in protein metabolism. 12. The conversion of ocnithine into arginine in the mouse. J. Biol. Chem, 132: 227-231

Studies in protein metabolism. 13. The metabolism and inversion of d(+)-leucine studied with two isotopes. J. Biol. Chem, 134: 653-663

Studies in protein metabolism. 14. The chemical interaction of dietary glycine and body proteins in rats. J. Biol. Chem, 134: 665-676

Studies in protein metabolism. 9. The utilization of ammonia by normal rats on a stock diet. J. Biol. Chem, 128: 603-607

Studies in protein nutrition of the chick. 1. The influence of different protein concentrates on the growth of baby chicks, when fed as the source of protein in various simplified diets. J. Nutrition. 4: 331-349

Studies in prothrombin. 5. Arterial and venous plasma prothrombin time in man. J. Lab. Clin. Med, 28: 1596-1598

Studies in pullorum disease. III. Serological differences in strains of Salmonella pullorum. Canad. J. publ. Hlth, 36: 160-166

Studies in pullorum disease. IV. The effect of bacteriophage on regular and variant strains of S. pullorum. V. Efficiency of homologous and heterologous antigens in detecting birds in a variant-infected flock. VI. Comparison of whole blood and tube tests with regular and variant antigen and a combination of the two antigens. VII. Transmission of infection to healthy birds by contact. Canad. J. comp. Med, 9: 43-45; 183 216-223; 335-338

Studies in racial metabolism. Basal metabolism of the Araucanian Mapuches. Amer Jour Physiol 105(2): 382-388

Studies in reducing Volume of Oil necessary to kill Mosquito Larvae by incorporating Pyrethrum. J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis., 30: 2, 328-332

Studies in refractory anaemia. 1. The technique and interpretation of sternal puncture biopsies. Classification. Edinb. Med. J, 50: 355-377

Studies in refractory anaemia. 2. Anaemias with hypocellular normoblastic marrows. Edinb. Med. J, 50: 355-377

Studies in relation to fertilizer requirements of citrus in the western Transvaal. Pub. S. Afric. Coop. Citrus Exch, 118

Studies in relation to fertilizer requirements of citrus trees in the western Transvaal. Publication (mimeographed) 5. Afr. Coop. Citrus Exchange. 70+17+28+3. bibl. 24

Studies in renal physiology. 1. Diuresis and blood constitution. Pflugers Arch, 230: 76-93

Studies in resistance and susceptibility of Zea mays L. to )Puccinia sorghi Schw. physiologic form I. Abstracts of Theses, Univ. of Chicago, Sci. Ser, 7: 317-320

Studies in ringworm. Part II. Therapy of tinea capitis by gonadotropic hormones. Indian med. Gaz, 80: 8, 381-383

Studies In Rodent Poliomyelitis : Vi. Further Observations On Interference Between Murine And Simian Strains Of Poliomyelitis Virus. Journal of Experimental Medicine 81(3): 275-294

Studies in rots of Indian fruits. I. Occurrence of latent and superficial infections. Indian Jour Agric Sci 15(6): 332-338

Studies in rural hygiene in the tropics. IV. The place of mass treatment in tropical hygiene. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology. 31: 1, 141-144

Studies in rust resistance. Jour Heredity 17(9): 313-325

Studies in sanitizing dairy utensils under Indian conditions. Indian J. vet. Sci, 15: 33-38

Studies in seed Potato treatments. Testing and adjusting corrosive sublimate solutions I. Laboratory control method. Sci. Agric, 23: 11, 676-681

Studies in seed Potato treatments. Testing and adjusting corrosive sublimate solutions II. Field control method. Sci. Agric, 23: 11, 682-687

Studies in seed Potato treatments. in. Agencies and practices that reduce the strength of mercuric chloride solutions, causing ineffective disinfection. IV. The repeated use of corrosive sublimate solutions by strength-control and by acidulation with acetic acid for effective disinfection practice. Sci. Agric, 24: 8, 351-357; 358-365

Studies in serum electrolytes. 13. Estimation of total base in serum. J. Biol. Chem, 143: 185

Studies in sex physiology No. 19. The influence of age on (a) amount and (b) nature and composition of the allantoic and amniotic fluids of the Merino ewe. Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci, 9: 205-221

Studies in sex physiology, No. 15. Further observations on the body weight and crown-rump length of Merino foetuses. Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci, 7: 239-249

Studies in sex physiology, No. 16. Surface area in the foetus of the Merino sheep. Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci, 7: 251-259

Studies in sheep husbandry in W.A. II. The influence of feeding during late pregnancy on the birth-weight, growth rate, and quality of the lamb. J. Dep. Agric. W. Aust, 19: 37-47

Studies in sheep husbandry in W.A. IV. The influence of a high level of prenatal feeding in lamb production. J. Dep.Agric. W. Aust, 20: 288-297

Studies in sheep husbandry in W.A. V. The breeding season of Merino, crossbred and British breed ewes in the agricultural districts. J. Dep. Agric. W. Aust, 21: 135-143

Studies in sheep husbandry in Western Australia. 1. The effect of nutritional flushing upon fertility. J. Dept. Agric. W. Austral, 18: 13-21

Studies in sheep husbandry in Western Australia. 2. The influence of feeding during late pregnancy on the birth-weight, growth rate, and quality .05 of the lamb. J. Dept. Agric. W. Austral, 19: 37-47

Studies in sheep husbandry in Western Australia. 4. The influence of a high level of prenatal feeding in lamb production. J. Dept. Agric. W. Austral, 20: 288-297

Studies in sheep husbandry in Western Australia. III. Attempts to influence artificially the breeding season of British breed ewes. J. Dep. Agric, W. Aust., 76-181

Studies In So-Called Water Intoxication. Journal of Clinical Investigation 12(1): 55-65

Studies in soil cultivation. IX. The effect of inter-row tillage on the yield of potatoes. Jour Agric Sci 31(2): 212-231

Studies in soil cultivation. VII. The effect of cultivation on crop yield. J. Agric. Sci, 28: 212-233

Studies in soil cultivation. VIII. The influence of the seed bed on crop growth. J. agric. Sci, 28: 272-98

Studies in soil cultivation. X. The results of a six-year cultivation experiment. Jour Agric Sci 31(3): 326-347

Studies in soil cultivation. XI. The effect of intertillage on the sugar-beet crop. J. Agric. Sci, 32: 330-337

Studies in soil dispersion. I. Dispersion of soils by mechanical methods. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 14: 64-68

Studies in soil dispersion. II. Effect of pH value and the nature of exchangeable base on dispersion of soil. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 14: 210-215

Studies in soil dispersion. III. Effect of various preliminary treatments on ultra-mechanical analysis of soils. Indian Jour Agric Sci 14(3): 216-222

Studies in soil fertility. Abs. Proc. 25th Indian Sci. Cong, 228

Studies in soil humus: II. Potentiometric study of the formation of humic acid and humates. Soil Sci, 45: 165-174

Studies in soil relations of species of violets. Amer Jour Bot 28(10): 934-941

Studies in soil structure.-Y. Bound water in normal and puddled soils. Ariz. Agric, Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull, 100: 155-218

Studies in some Venezuelan Ascomycetes collected by C. E. Chardon and A. S. Muller. Mycologia 35(1): 83-94

Studies in sorghum. J. Madras Univ, 11: 131-43

Studies in sorghum, the non-auriculate and e-ligulate condition. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci, 7: 286-8

Studies in sorghum-The Great Millet, II. Anther, stigma and grain colour affinities. Ind. J. Agric. Sci, 3: 605-08

Studies in sorghum-the great millet III. Anther, pollen and stigma. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 6: 1299-1322

Studies in sources of vitamins. 2. Stored whortleberries and preserved black currant juice as sources of vitamins. Ztschr. f. Untersuch d, Lebensmittel, 63: 498-501

Studies in spectrographic analysis. 2. Minor elements in a seaweed (Macrocystis pyrifera). N.Z. J. Sci. Technol. [B], 23: 47-48

Studies in spectrographic analysis. IV. The spectrographic estimation of boron in plant material. New Zealand Jour Sci And Tech 24(3b): 134b-140b

Studies in speetrographic analysis. 4. The spectrographic estimation of boron in plant material. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol. [B. 24: 134-140

Studies in spike disease of Sandal. I. Two types of spike disease. II. The movement of the virus in Sandal plants. Indian Forester. 60: 7, 481-491

Studies in spike disease of Sandal. Methods of inoculation and variation of results under different methods. Indian Forester, 60: 10, 689-701

Studies in staphylococci. XVI. Significance of the negatively chemotactic substance in staphylococcal infection.. Acta path. microbiol. scand, 18: 517-532

Studies in starch amylase viscosimetry. 1. A sensitive precision method for the estimation of amylolytic activity applicable to human serum. J. Biol. Chem, 108: 85-104

Studies in sterility. Rept & Proc Internat Hort Congr London 9: 110-116

Studies in stimulation phenomena in plants due to Bacterium solanacearum. Proc. roy. Soc, 129: 835, 42 p

Studies in strawberry virus diseases. III. Transmission experiments with crinkle , 1935. Annu. Rep. East Malling Res. Sta. for, 1937. A20, 212-21. bibl. 7

Studies in strawberry virus diseases. IV. Symptom expression of yellow-edge in the variety Royal Sovereign. Jour Pomol And Hort Sci 19(3/4): 212-226

Studies in strawberry virus diseases. V. The use of Fragaria vesca L. as an indicator of yellow-edge and crinkle. Jour Pomol And Hort Sci 19(3/4): 227-242

Studies in sulphite pulping. Bull. Dom. For. Serv, 97, 80

Studies in symbiosis. I. The mycorrhiza of Dipodium punctatum R. Br. Proc. Linn. Soc. New South Wales, 47: 3, 293-310

Studies in symbiosis. III. Contributions to the morphology and physiology of the root-nodules of Podo-carpus spinulosa and P. elata. Proc. Linn. Soc. New South Wales, 48: 2, 82-93

Studies in symbiosis. V. A contribution to the physiology of Gastrodia sesamoides Br.). Proc. Linn. Soc. New South Wales. 48: 3, 436-448

Studies in symbiosis. XV. The root-nodules of Casuarina cunninghamiana and their physiological significance. Proc. Linn. Soc. New South Wales, 48: 2, 194-204

Studies in teleostean reproduction. I. Embryonic hermaphroditism in Lebistes reticulatus. J. Morph, 60: 261-277

Studies in the Action of Estrin in Pregnancy. Amer. J. Physiol, 105: 26-27

Studies in the Anopheline Fauna and Malaria of Bhagalpur (Bihar and Orissa). Ind. Med. Gaz, Calcutta, 65: 7, 375-379

Studies in the Australian Acacias III. Supplementary observations of the habit, carpel, spore production and chromosomes of Acacia baileyana F.V.M. Proc. Linn. Soc. N.S.W, 59: 237-51

Studies in the Australian Acacias. IV. The life history of Acacia baileyana F.V.M. Part 2. Gametophytes, fertilization, seed production and germination and general conclusion. Proc. Linn. Soc. N.S.W, 59: 277-313

Studies in the Australian Acacias. VI. The meristematic activity of the floral apex of Acacia longifolia and Acacia suaveolens as a histogenetic study of the ontogeny of the carpel. Proc. Linn. Soc. N.S.W, 61: 56-88

Studies in the B vitamins. 1. Statistical comparison of small and large litters of rats on a normal stock diet. Amer. J. Physiol, 102: 566-572

Studies in the B vitamins. 2. Statistical comparison of rat litters on normal stock diets with litters on synthetic diets containing varying amounts of the vitamin B complex and combinations of B1 and B2. Amer. J. Physiol, 102: 573-580

Studies in the B vitamins. 3. Evidence of a third vitamin B factor in yeast (B4) as shown by growth curves and clinical symptoms of first and second litter young of mothers raised on synthetic B1 and B2 diets. Amer. J. Physiol, 102: 581-592

Studies in the B vitamins. 4. A report of litters obtained on a diet in which feces were supplied as a sole source of vitamin B. Amer. J. Physiol, 102: 593-597

Studies in the B vitamins. 5. A study of myelin degeneration in the peripheral nerves of rats associated with low vitamin B content of diet. Amer. J. Physiol, 102: 598-604

Studies in the B vitamins. 6. Further consideration of pyloric obstruction in rats. Amer. J. Physiol, 102: 605-613

Studies in the Bacteriology of Low-Temperature Pasteurisation. Part I. The Significance of Heat-Resisting Organisms in Raw Milk Supplies. J. Dairy Res, 4: 213-225

Studies in the Barnyard millet- Echinochloa colona var. frumentacea, C. E. C. Fischer. Madras Agric. J, 29: 3-12

Studies in the Biochemistry of Copper. XXXVII. The Normal Blood Copper Content in the Horse and Blood Copper in Septic Conditions. Jap. J. med. Sci. II. Biochem, 4: 203-206

Studies in the Biochemistry of Copper. XXXVIII. Copper Content of Bone-Marrow in the Hone in Normal and Anaemic Condition. Jap. J. med. Sci. II. Biochem, 4: 207-209

Studies in the Biology and Control of Pseudococcus comstocki Kuwana on Citrus in Palestine. Hadar. 12: 7, 197-201

Studies in the Biology and Ecology of Retithrips syriacus Mayet, with special Attention to its Occurrence in Palestine. Bull. Soc. Fouad 1er Ent, Cairo, 23: 150-182

Studies in the Biology of Microbracon hebelor Say (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). Bull. Soc. Fouad 1ey Ent, Cairo, 24: 215-247. 5 pp

Studies in the Biology of North American Acrididae Development and Habits. Proc. Wld's Grain Exhib. & Conf, Ottawa, Canad. Soc. tech. Agric., 2: 474-494

Studies in the Biology of Xylonomus brachylabris Kr., and X. irrigator F., Parasites of the Larch Longhorn Beetle, Tetropium gabrieli Weise. Forestry, London, 5: 1, 21-33

Studies in the Biology of the Mexican Cotton Boll Weevil on Short-staple Upland, Long-staple Upland and Sea Island Cottons. U.S. Dept. Agric., Bull, Washington, D.C., April 926, 44

Studies in the Biology of the Woodwasp Xiphydria prolongata Geoffr. (dromedarius F.) and its Parasite Thalessa curvipes Grav. Scot. For. J, Edinburgh, 46: pt. 1, 36-51

Studies in the Caesalpiniaceae. I. A contribution to the embryology of the genus Cassia. Jour Indian Bot Soc 24(1): 10-24

Studies in the Capparidaceae. VIII. The cytology of Capparis zeylanica Linn. and related genera. Cytologia. Tokyo, 11: 319-31

Studies in the Chemotherapy and Immunity Reactions of Schistosomiasis. (Schistosoma spindalis and Schistosoma haematobium). Trans. Roy. Soc. Trop. Med. & Hyg, Nov. 20: 4, 236-267

Studies in the Copulation and Oviposition of Anacridium aegyptium (Orthoptera, Acrididae). Trans. Ent. Soc. Lond, London, July 18th. 75: pt. 1, 53-61

Studies in the Dermaptera and Orthoptera of Colombia. Third Paper. Orthopterous Family Acrididae. Trans. Amer. Ent. Soc, Philadelphia, Pa., 49: 165-313

Studies in the Distribution of Insects by Aerial Currents. Experiments in Aerial Tow-netting from Kites. J. Anim. Ecol, London, 7: 2, 29

Studies in the Distribution of Insects by aerial Currents. The Insect Population of the Air from Ground Level to 300 Feet. J. Anim. Ecol, London, 14: 2, 128-154. 1 1/2 pp

Studies in the Duration of Immunity of Horses Against Tetanus Following Active Immunization with Alum Tetanus Toxoid. N. Amer. Vet, 17: 5, 80-32

Studies in the Ecology of Montana Cutworms (Phalae-nidae). Ecology, Brooklyn, N.Y., 8: 2, 158-173

Studies in the Entomophthoraceae. I. Observations on the genus Conidiobolus. J. Agric. P. R, 21: 2, 191-200

Studies in the Epidemiology and Prophylaxis of Malaria : 13th and 14th Campaigns in Algeria in 1914 and 1915. Ann. Inst. Pasteur. Paris, 31: 6, 253-268

Studies in the Epidemiology and Prophylaxis of Paludism; 11th and 12th campaigns in Algeria in 1912-1913. Ann. Inst. PasteurJ, Paris, 29: 5, 249-257

Studies in the Epidemiology and Prophylaxis of Paludism; 13th campaign in Algeria in 1914. Gouvernement General de l'Algerie, Algiers, 43-88

Studies in the Epidemiology of Plague in H. E. H. the Nizam's Dominions : Comparison of certain Factors in a Plague-infected Place with that of neighbouring Plague-free Area. Indian med. Gaz, Calcutta, 75: 2, 80-86

Studies in the Epidemiology of Q Fever. 11. Experimental Infection of the Ticks Haemaphysalis bispinosa and Ornithodorus sp. with Rickeltsia burneti,. Aust. J. exp. Biol. med. Sci, 20: pt. 4, 295-296

Studies in the Epidemiology of Q Fever. 2. The Isolation of Three Strains of Rickettsia burneti from the Bandieot Isoodon torosus. Aust. J. exp. Biol. med. Sci. 13: 99-102

Studies in the Epidemiology of Q Fever. 3. The Transmission of Q Fever by the Tick Haemaphysalis humerosa. Aust. J. exp. Biol. med. Sci. 13: 103-118

Studies in the Epidemiology of Q Fever. 4. The Failure to transmit Q Fever with the Cat-flea Ctenocephalides felis. Aust. J. exp. Biol. med. Sci, 18: 2, 119-123

Studies in the Epidemiology of Q Fever. 5. Surveys of Human and Animal Sera for Rickettsia burneti Agglutinins. Aust. J. exp. Biol. med. Sci, Adelaide., 18: pt. 3, 00

Studies in the Epidemiology of Q Fever. 6. The Susceptibility of Various Animals. Aust. J. exp. Biol. med. Sci, 18: 409-413

Studies in the Epidemiology of Q Fever. 7. The Biology of Haemaphysalis humerosa War-burton and Nuttall (Acarina, Ixodidae) in Queensland. Aust. J. exp. Biol. med. sci, 19: 73-75

Studies in the Epidemiology of Q Fever. 8. The Transmission of Q Fever by the Tick Rhipicephahis sanguineus. Aust. J. exp. Biol. med. Sci, Adelaide, t. 2, 133-136

Studies in the Epidemiology of Q Fever. 8. The Transmission of Q Fever by the Tick Rhipicephalus sanguineas. Aust. J. exp. Biol. med. Sci, 19: 133-136

Studies in the Ericales : a new name in blueberries. Bull. Torrey Bot. Cl, 63: 240 p

Studies in the Ericales : a review of the North American Gaylus-sacieae; with remarks on the origin and migration of the group. Bull. Torrey Bot. Cl, 68: 531-51

Studies in the Fauna of the Soil in Swedish Forests. 4th Int. Cong. Ent. Ithaca, N. Y, Tring, England, 2: 781-792

Studies in the Fusarium damping-off of conifers. I. The comparative virulence of certain Fusaria. II. Relation of age of host, pH, and some nutritional factors to pathogenicity of Fusarium. Phytopathology. 35: 421-57

Studies in the Fusarium damping-off of conifers. I. The comparative virulence of certain Fusaria. II. Relation of age of host, pH, and some nutritional factors to the pathogenicity of Fusarium. Phytopathology. 35: 6, 421-457

Studies in the Fusarium damping-off of conifers. III. Relation of temperature and sunlight to the patnogenicity of Fusarium. Phytopathology. 35: 7, 498-510

Studies in the Genus Phaedon. Lines. Nat. Union Trans. Lincoln., 35-42

Studies in the Incubation of the Eggs of the Sugar-cane Froghopper, Tomaspis saccharina Dist. ii. Eggs laid in Soil. Min. Proc. Froghopper Invest. Comm. Trinidad & Tobago, Trinidad -31. pt. xx, 253-255

Studies in the Indian Scilleae. IV. The cytology of triploid Urginea indica Kunth. Cytologia. Tokyo, 11: 71-92

Studies in the Lauraceae, III. Some critical and new species of Asiatic Lindera, with occasional notes on Litsea. Jour Arnold Arboretum 22(1): 1-31

Studies in the Lauraceae, IV. Preliminary study of the Papuasian species collected by the Archbold expeditions. J. Arnold Arbor, 23: 133-55

Studies in the Lauraceae, IV. Preliminary study of the Papuasian species collected by the Archbold expeditions. V. Some eastern Asiatic species of Beilschmiedia and related genera. J. Arnold Arbor, 23: 112-31, 133-55, 444-63

Studies in the Lauraceae, VI. Preliminary survey of the Mexican and Central American species. J. Arnold Arbor, 26: 280-364

Studies in the Life History of Trachychele blondeli Mars. (Coleoptera). Canad. Ent, Orillia, Ont., 59: 9, 201-204

Studies in the Life History of the Citrus Mussel Scale (Lepidosaphes pinnaeformis Behe) in Palestine. Hadar. Tel-Aviv, 10: 7-8, 153-159

Studies in the Life-Histories of two Carpenter Bees of California, with Notes on certain Parasites. Jl. Entom. and Zool, Claremont, Cal., 8: 4, 158-166

Studies in the Life-history, Bionomics, and Control of the Cabbage Worm in Ontario. 54th Ann. Rept. Ent. Soc. Ontario 1023. Toronto, 82-86

Studies in the Metabolism of Articular Cartilage. I. Respiration and Glycolysis of Cartilage in Relation to its Age. J.cell. camp. Physiol, 17: 221-233

Studies in the Metabolism of Coccidioides immitis (Stiles). J. infect. Dis, 63: 196-205

Studies in the Physical Ecology of the Noctuidae. Minnesota Agric. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull, Univ. Farm, St. Paul, Minn., 12, 38

Studies in the Physiology and Behaviour of Glossina morsitans Westw. Mem. Dep. Agric. S. Rhod, Salisbury, 1, 4+203+vii

Studies in the Physiology and Behaviour of Glossina morsitans, Westw. Mem. Dep. Agric. S

Studies in the Physiology of Parasitism with Special Reference to the Secretion of Pectinase by Rhizopus tritici. Journ. Agric. Res, 21: 9, 609-624

Studies in the Proteaceae. VI. Structure and development of the seedling of Grevillea robusta Cunn. Jour Indian Bot Soc 21(3/4): 145-158

Studies in the Santalaceae. Ann. Bot., Lond. 6: 151-75

Studies in the Sapotaceae : a new genus from eastern Cuba and a new species from Haiti. Trop. Woods. 71, 3-6

Studies in the Sapotaceae, II. The Sapodilla-Nispero complex. Trop. Woods. 73, 1-22

Studies in the Sapotaceae, III. A new species of Manilkara from Cuba. Trop. Woods. 74, 15-7

Studies in the Sapotaceae-IV. The North American species of Manilkara. Bull. Torrey bot. Cl, 72: 6, 550-62,

Studies in the Sapotaceae. I. The North American species of Chrysophyllum. Bull Torrey Bot Club 72(2): 191-204

Studies in the Simaroubaceae - II. The genus Simarouba. Bull. Torrey bot. Cl, 71: 226-34

Studies in the Simaroubaceae - IV. Resume of the American genera. Brittonia. 5: 128-47

Studies in the Simaroubaceae, I. The genus Castela. J. Arnold Arbor, 25: 122-8

Studies in the Simaroubaceae. III. The genus Simaba. Lloydia [cincinnati] 7(1): 81-92

Studies in the South Indian chillies. I. A description of the varieties, chromosome numbers and the cytology of some X-rayed derivatives in Capsicum annuum Linn. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci, 12: 29-46

Studies in the Theaceae, VII. The American species of the genus Cleyera. J. Arnold Arbor, 22: 395-416

Studies in the Theaceae, VIII. A synopsis of the genus Freziera. J. Arnold Arbor, 22: 457-96

Studies in the Theaceae, XI. J. Arnold Arbor, 23: 231-2

Studies in the Theaceae, XII. Notes on the South American species of Ternstroemia. J. Arnold Arbor, 23: 298-343

Studies in the Theaceae, XIII. Notes on the Mexican and Central American species of Ternstroemia. J. Arnold Arbor, 23: 464-78

Studies in the Theaceae, XIV. Notes on the West Indian species of Ternstroemia. J. Arnold Arbor, 24: 60-76

Studies in the Variability of Tubercle Bacilli. III. Influence of X-rays upon Dissociation. Canad. J. Res, 5: 122-129

Studies in the Variability of Tubercle Bacilli. IV. Anti-genie Properties of S and R Cultures. Can. J. Res, 5: 375-888

Studies in the Variability of Tubercle Bacilli. V. Acid Agglutination and Electrophoretic Potential in Mycob. leprae. Canad. J. Res, 6: 622-631

Studies in the Variability of Tubercle Bacilli. VII. Antigenic Activity of S and R Cultures as Measured by Complement-Fixation. J. Immunol, 23: 385-404

Studies in the Variability of Tubercle Bacilli. VIII. BCG. Canad. J. Res, 11: 362-377

Studies in the abnormalities of phosphorus metabolism in rickets. 6. The significance of intestinal and renal phosphatases in normal and rachitic phosphorus metabolism. Ztschr. f. Kinder. heilk, 51: 673-707. 6 figs

Studies in the absorption, distribution, and elimination of ethyl alcohol. 1. The quantitative determination of ethyl alcohol in air, blood, and urine by means of iodine pentoxide. J. Pharmacol. and Exp. Therap, 52: 137-149

Studies in the absorption, distribution, and elimination of ethyl alcohol. 2. The excretion of alcohol in urine and expired air; and the distribution of alcohol between air and water, blood, and urine. J. Pharmacol. and Exp. Therap, 52: 150-166

Studies in the absorption, distribution, and elimination of ethyl alcohol. 3. Rate of oxidation of alcohol in the body. J. Pharmacol. and Exp. Therap, 52: 167-178

Studies in the alimentary canal of man. 8. The time relationship of gastric peristalsis. J. Lab. and Clin. Med, 17: 151-164. 4 figs

Studies in the anaemia of infancy and early childhood. 10. The anaemia of infantile scurvy. Arch., Dis. Childhood. 10: 327-336

Studies in the anaemias of infancy and early childhood. 12. The regeneration rate of haemoglobin and the life span of erythrocytes in normal and pathological conditions. Arch. Dis. Childhood. 18: 1-21

Studies in the anaemias of infancy and early childhood. 13. Experiments on blood regeneration and their significance for the life span of erythrocytes. Arch. Dis. Childhood. 18: 65-87

Studies in the anaemias of infancy and early childhood. 2. The effect of yeast on nutritional anaemia in rats. Arch. Dis. Child, 8: 95-116

Studies in the anaemias of infancy and early childhood. 3. The anhaematopoietic anaemias (deficiency disease of the erythron) : nutritional anaemia, and the anaemias of prematurity, scurvy and coeliac disease. Arch. Dis. Child, 8: 117-144

Studies in the anaemias of infancy and early childhood. 4. The haemolytic (erythronoclastic) anaemias of the neonatal period; with special reference to erythroblastosis of the new born. Arch. Dis. Child, 8: 159-183

Studies in the anaemias of infancy and early childhood. 5. The haemolytic (erythronoclastic) anaemias of late infancy and childhood: with special reference to the acute haemolytic anaemia of Lederer and the anaemia of von Jaksch. Arch. Dis. Child, 8: 184-210

Studies in the anaemias of infancy and early childhood. 6. Nutritional anaemia in mother and child. Arch. Dis. Child, 8: 227-240

Studies in the analysis of fertilizer effects. 2. Photo-synthetic efficiency of Saccharum officinarum leaves as influenced by certain manurial treatments. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci, 11: 133-54

Studies in the bacteriological quality of milk produced and handled under different conditions in an Indian city (Bangalore). Indian J. vet. Sci, 14: 4, 223-230

Studies in the bacteriology of low temperature pasteurisation. I. The significance of heat-resisting organisms in raw milk supplies. J. Dairy Res, 4: 213-225

Studies in the behaviour of the carbohydrates and lactic acid of the muscle of the haddock (Gadus aeglefinus) after death. Biochemical Journal 26(1): 80-87

Studies in the biochemistry of copper. 10. Effect of fasting and different foods upon the copper content of blood. Jap. J. Med. Sci. 2. Biochem, 3: 73-77

Studies in the biochemistry of copper. 11. Copper and pigmentation of skin and hair. Jap. J. Med. Sci. 2. Biochem, 3: 79-84

Studies in the biochemistry of copper. 12. Beneficial action of copper on the effect of blood-transfusion. Jap. J. Med. Sci. 2. Biochem, 3: 99-113

Studies in the biochemistry of copper. 13. Blood copper changes in experimental haemolytic anaemia. Jap. J. Med. Sci. 2. Biochem, 3: 159-162

Studies in the biochemistry of copper. 19. A note on the influence of copper upon the oxidation quotient of the urine. Jap. J. Med. Sci. 2. Biochem, 3: 221-226

Studies in the biochemistry of copper. 3. Distribution of copper between the corpuscles and plasma. Jap. J. Med. Sci. Biochem, 2: 305-308

Studies in the biochemistry of copper. 33. Metabolism of copper and adrenaline in normal and thyroidless animals. Jap. J. Med. Sci. 2. Biochem, 4: 93-95

Studies in the biochemistry of copper. 34. Further studies concern-ing the significance of thyroid in the metabolism of eopper. Jap. J. Med. Sci. 2. Biochem, 4: 97-102

Studies in the biochemistry of copper. 39. Concerning the state of copper in blood and tissues. Jap. J. Med. Sci. 2. Biochem, 4: 211-217

Studies in the biochemistry of copper. 4. The copper content of red and white blood cells. Jap. J. Med. Sci. Biochem, 2: 309-312

Studies in the biochemistry of copper. 40. Content and form of copper in cerebrospinal fluid. Jap. J. Med. Sci. 2. Biochem, 4: 219-221

Studies in the biochemistry of copper. 5. Effect of rapid loss of blood upon the copper content of blood. Jap. J. Med. Sci. Biochem, 2: 341-354

Studies in the biochemistry of copper. 6. Copper in relation to the menstruation and pregnancy, with the copper content of men's blood. Jap. J. Med. Sci. 2. Biochem, 3: 1-8

Studies in the biochemistry of copper. 8. Effect of a gradual loss of blood upon the copper content of blood, with the copper content of bone-marrow. Jap. J. Med. Sci. 2. Biochem, 3: 63-66

Studies in the biochemistry of copper. 9. Effect of rapid loss of blood followed by intravenous injection of physiological salt solutions upon the blood copper content. Jap. J. Med. Sci. 2. Biochem, 3: 67-72

Studies in the biochemistry of copper. XXXVI. Concerning the dissolution of copper in soils. Jap Jour Med Sci Ii Biochem 4(2): 199-202

Studies in the biochemistry of micro-organisms. LIII. The crystalline colouring matters of Fnsarium culmorum (W. G. Smith) Sacc. and relates forms. Bio-chem. J, 31: 3, 385-397

Studies in the biochemistry of micro-organisms: 73. Metabolic products of Aspergillus fumigatus Fresenius. Biochemical Journal 39(1): 70-72

Studies in the biological and cultural characters of Capaodium sp. on Cotton. Journ. Indian, Boi. Soc, 5: 4, 141-186

Studies in the biology and control of Heterodera schachtii (Schmidt). Part I. A comparison of.the Heterodera schachtii cyst population of two potato growing districts. Bulletin. West of Scotland Agricultural College, Department of Plant Husbandry, 139, 15,

Studies in the biology of Phytophthora infestans (Mont.) de Bary. Cornell Agric. Exper. Stat. Memoir. 155, 40

Studies in the biology of pollination in plums, mirabelles and greengages I. Gartenbauwiss, 7: 421-57

Studies in the biology of pollination in plums, mirabelles and greengages II. Gartenbauwiss, 10: 669-87

Studies in the biology of the skin and fleece of sheep. 1. The development and general histology of the follicle group in the skin of the Merino. Bull. Coun. sci. industr. Res. Aust, 164, 59

Studies in the biology of the skin and fleece of sheep. 1. The development and general histology of the follicle group in the skin of the Merino. 2. The use of the tanned sheep skin in the study of follicle population density. 3. Notes on the arrangement, nomenclature, and variation of skin folds and wrinkles in the Merino. Bull. Coun. id. industr. Rei. Aust, 164, 59

Studies in the biology of the skin and fleece of sheep. 2. The use of the tanned sheepskin in the study of follicle population density. Bull. Coun. sci. industr. Res. Aust, 164, 59

Studies in the biology of the skin and fleece of sheep. 3. Notes on the arrangement, nomenclature, and variation of skin folds and wrinkles in the Merino. Bull. Coun. sci. industr. Res. Aust, 164, 59

Studies in the biology of wood-destroying Hymenomy-cetes. I. Contribution to the knowledge of homothally and hetero-thally in some species of Thelephoraceae and Polyporaceae. II. The ability of haploid mycelia to produce rot. Nyt Mag. Vidensk, 76: 15

Studies in the biology of wood-rotting fungi of Bengal. J. Indian bot. Soc, 24: 73-93

Studies in the carbohydrate metabolism of the rabbit. 1. The true blood sugar value in convulsions due to insulin administration. J. Biol. Chem, 104: 535-539

Studies in the chemotherapy of tuberculosis. 2. Svensk kem. Tidskr, 56: 267-275

Studies in the chemotherapy of tuberculosis. 3. Svensk kem. Tidskr, 57: 254-260

Studies in the cold storage of avocados. Proc Ann Meet Florida State Hort Soc 52: 79-81

Studies in the composition of rabbit carcasses. 1. White Angoras. J. Agric. Sci, 22: 453-459

Studies in the control of Apple mildew (Podosphaeru leucotricha) and some other fungous and animal pests of fruit trees. Angew. Bot, 8: 3, 146-167

Studies in the control of dental caries. 2. J. Nutrition. 7: 057-078

Studies in the control of spike diseases. Part II. Use of plant poisons in controlling the spread of infection. Indian For, 61: 2, 103-111

Studies in the correlation among the characters of Asian cotton varieties and their F2 hybrids. Proc. Crop Sci. Soc. Japan, 8: 151-67

Studies in the cytology of Crocus and cereals with special reference to satellites and nucleoli. Proc. 7th Int. Genet. Congr, Edinburgh, August 23-30. 232-33

Studies in the cytology of Pteridophyta XVIII. Spiral structure of the spermatozoid nucleus. Proc. Jap. Adv. Sci, 15: 340-43

Studies in the cytology of Pteridophyta XXII. The cytological study of Selaginella uncinata. Bot Mag [tokyo] 55: 324-330

Studies in the cytology of cancer. Amer Jour Cancer 15(1-2-3): 144-211, 788-834, 1411-1494

Studies in the cytology of cereals. Jour Genetics 39(3): 437-467

Studies in the cytology of wheat and of a wheat species hybrid. Amer Jour Bot 23(2): 121-128

Studies in the decay of fruits in storage. I. Investigation into the causal organisms and sources of infection with a short note on the morphology of the fungi isolated. Proc. Indian Sci. Congr, Part III, 46-47

Studies in the decay of fruits in storage. II. On the pathogenicity of certain fungi attacking Mango fruits. Proc. Indian Sci. Congr, Part III, 46-47

Studies in the decomposition of timber ander industrial conditions. V. Dry rot. Journ. Soc. Chem. Ind, lui: 6, 38T-40T

Studies in the decomposition of timber under industrial conditions. VII. Telegraph poles. Journ. Soc. Chem. Ind, 53: 28, 208

Studies in the degree of dispersion of the clays. IV. The shapes of clay particles. J. Phys. Chem, 45: 81-93

Studies in the degree of dispersion of the clays: III. The two layer method as applied to the Sharpies centrifuge. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. (1939), 4: 100-103

Studies in the deposition of lead in bone: 1. Calcification and lead deposition. Med. J. Aust, May 15th. 433-435

Studies in the development of seed characters in linseed (Linum usitatissimum). J. Univ. Bombay, 11: Pt 5; Sect. B, 113

Studies in the development of the female gametophyte in some leguminous crop plants of India. Ind. J. Agric. Sci, 3: 1098-107

Studies in the diagnosis of mineral deficiency. I. The distribution of certain cations in apple foliage in early autumn. Jour Pomol And Hort Sci 20(3/4): 136-143

Studies in the diagnosis of mineral deficiency. II. A comparison of the mineral content of scorched and healthy leaves from the same Apple tree. III. The mineral composition of different types of leaf on Apple trees in early summer. J. Pomol. 21: 1-4, 90-102; 103-107

Studies in the diagnosis of mineral deficiency. II. A comparison of the mineral content of scorched and healthy leaves from the same apple tree. J. Pomol, 21: 90-102. bibl. 43

Studies in the diseases of Apples in northern India. I. A new leaf-spot disease of Apples caused by Oothecium indicum n.sp. J. Indian bot. Soc, 14: 2, 101-107

Studies in the diseases of Apples in northern India. II. A short note on Apple scab due to Fusicladium dendriticum Fuckel. J. Indian hot. Soc, 14: 2, 121-124

Studies in the diseases of Mangifera indica Linn. II. Effect of injecting healthy Mango fruits with extract from naturally occurring necrotic Mangoes. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci, 12: 4, 95-108

Studies in the diseases of Manguera indica Linn. I. Preliminary observations on the necrosis of the Mango fruit with special reference to the external symptoms of the disease. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci, 9: 1, 13-28

Studies in the diseases of Manguera indica Linn. IV. Investigations into the pathological histology of fruits affected with 'black-tip' disease .with a note on the anatomy of the fruit. Proc. nat. Acad. Sci, India, 14: 3, 102-108

Studies in the diseases of Manguera indica Linn. V. The structure and development of lenticels in the Mango fruits. J. Indian bot. Soc, 24: 3, 119-127

Studies in the diseases of Manguera indica. Part V. On the die-back disease of the Mango tree. J. Indian bot. Soc, 24: 3, 101-108

Studies in the dynamics of disinfection: I. New data on the reaction between phenol and Bact. coli using an improved technique, together with an analysis of the distribution of resistance amongst the cells of the bacterial populations studied. Journal of Hygiene 43(4): 275-289

Studies in the dynamics of disinfection: II. The calculation of the concentration exponent for phenol at 35 degrees C. with Bact. coli as test organism. Journal of Hygiene 43(6): 363-369

Studies in the dynamics of disinfection: III. The reaction between phenol and Bact. coli: the effect of temperature and concentration: with a detailed analysis of the reaction velocity. Journal of Hygiene 44(3): 210-220

Studies in the ecology of Breckland. II. On the origin and development of blowouts. Jour Ecol 25(1): 91-112

Studies in the ecology of Breckland. III. The origin and development of the Festuca-Agrostidetum on eroded sand. J. Ecol, 26: 1-37

Studies in the ecology of Breckland. IV. The grass-heath. Jour Ecol 28(1): 42-70

Studies in the ecology of Mangroves. III. The chloride-content of sea-water, soil-solution and the leaf cell-sap of the Mangroves. J. Univ. Bombay (Sci. No.). 10: 5, Sec.B, 97-106

Studies in the ecology of Wicken Fen. III. The establishment and development of fen scrub (can). J. Ecol, 24: 82-116

Studies in the ecology of Wicken Pen. H. The Fen water table and its control of plant communities. J. Ecology, 20: 157-91

Studies in the ecology of Wicken fen. IV. Crop-taking experiments. J. Ecol, 29: 83-106

Studies in the epidemiology of Q fever. 10. The transmission of Q fever by the tick Ixodes holocyclus (with notes on tick-paralysis in bandicoots). Aust. J. exp. Biol. med. Sci, 20: 213-217

Studies in the epidemiology of Q fever. 9. The role of the cow in the transmission of human infection. Australian Jour Exp Biol And Med Sci 20(2): 105-110

Studies in the establishment of native prairie grasses on eroded soils. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer, 20: 27

Studies in the etiology of rickets. Brit. Med. J, 2: 576-577

Studies in the fattening house at Porrino. I. Study of an inbred line. Bol. Inst. Invest, agron, Madr, 12, 9-115

Studies in the fattening house at Porrino. II. The Vitoriano and other native breeds of pig. Bol. Inst. Invest, agron, Madr, 13, 133-315

Studies in the field of microscopic fungi. II. Cylindrosporiosis of the Sweet Chestnut. The origin of the fungi. Bot. Kozl, 41: 3-5, 115-141

Studies in the food requirement of adolescent girls. 3. The protein intake of well-nourished girls 10 to 16 years of age. J. Amer. Dietetic Assoc, 8: 403-422

Studies in the food requirement of adolescent girls: 4. The mineral intake of 38 well-nourished girls 10 to 16 years of age. J. Amer. Dietetic Assoc, 9: 124-137

Studies in the food requirements of adolescent girls. 1. The energy intake of well-nourished girls 10 to 16 years of age. J. Amer. Dietetic Assoc, 8: 209-237

Studies in the food requirements of adolescent girls. 2. Daily variations in the energy intake of the individual. J. Amer. Dietetic Assoc, 8: 323-331

Studies in the freezing point of milk of Indian cows and buffalos. Ann. Rep. Imp. Dairy Expert, New Delhi: Govt India Press, 26 p

Studies in the genera Cytosporina, Phomopsis and Diaporthe. VI. On the conversion of one strain of Diaporthe perniciosa into another. Philos. Trans. R. Soc. Lond, 223: 121-61

Studies in the genera Cytosporina, Phomopsis, and Diaporthe. I. On the occurrence of an 'ever-saltating' strain in Diaporthe. Ann. of Botany. 43: 171, 417-435

Studies in the genera Cytosporina, Phomopsis, and Diaporthe. III. On the pathogenicity of Cytosporina ludibunda, and its saltants. Ann. of Botany. 47: 185, 197-226

Studies in the genera Cytosporina, Phomopsis, and Diaporthe. IV. On the pathogenicity of certain strains of Phomopsis and Diaporthe. Ann Botany 47(186): 385-400

Studies in the genera Cytosporina, Phomopsis, and Diaporthe. V. Analysis of certain chemical factors influencing fangal growth in the Apple. Ann. of Botany. 48: 189, 69-107

Studies in the genera Cytosporina, Phomopsis, and Diaporthe. VII. Chemical factors influencing sporing characters. Ann. Bot, Lond., 49: 19-40

Studies in the genera Cytosporina, Phomopsis, and Disporthe. II. On the occurrence of saltation in Cytosporina and Diaporthe. Ann. of Botany. 44: 174, 349-384

Studies in the genetics and the cytology of Ustilago avenae and Ustilago levis. Minnesota Agric Exp Sta Tech Bull 87: 1-34

Studies in the genus Cercospora. Jour Indian Bot Soc 10(2): 73-91

Studies in the genus Colletotnehum. II. Physiological studies on Colletotrichum falcatum Went. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci, 14: 4, 395-411

Studies in the genus Colletotrichum. 1. Saltation in Colletotrichum capsici (Syd.). Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci, 13: 1, 60-70

Studies in the genus Fasurium (section discolor) relative to invasion. Dept. Sci. & Indus. Ras., Rept. Food Invest. Board for the years 1926, 1927. 54-55

Studies in the genus Fraxinus. II. Data on the flowering and fruiting habits of three American species of ash-of possible economic importance in the production of rapid-growing forest trees. J. Hered, 27: 473-74

Studies in the genus Fusarium. II. An analysis of factors which determine the growth-forms of certain strains. Ann. of Botany, 39: 154, 373-408

Studies in the genus Fusarium. III. An analysis of factors which determine certain microscopic features of Fusarium strains. Ann Botany 40(157): 203-221

Studies in the genus Fusarium. IV. On the occurrence of saltations. Ann Botany 40(157): 223-243

Studies in the genus Fusarium. V. Factors determining septation and other features in the section discolor. Ann. of Botany. 41: 163, 519-547

Studies in the genus Fusarium. VI. General description of strains, together with a discussion of the principles at present adopted in the classification of Fusarinm. Ann. of Botany. 42: 165, 285-304

Studies in the genus Fusarium. VII. Ann. of Botany, 43: 170, 379-410

Studies in the genus Fusarium. VII. On the different degree of parasitic activity shown by various strains of Fusarium fructigenum. Ann. of Botany. 43: 170, 245-259