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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 13513

Chapter 13513 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Studies in the genus Heterosporium. Contr Inst Bot Univ Montreal 39: 1-59

Studies in the genus Microsporum. III. Taxonomie studies. Arch. Derm. Syph, Chicago, 36: 4, 781-808

Studies in the genus Phytophthora in Mysore. X. Heterothallic strains of Phytophthora. Phyto-path. 20: 3, 201-214

Studies in the genus Typhula. Mycologia 32(1): 52-96

Studies in the genus Uromycladium (Uredineae). I. General introduction, the anatomy of the galls, and the cytology of the vegetative mycelium and pycnia of Uromycladium tepperianum (Sacc.) McAlp. on Acacia stricta Willd. Proc. Linn. Soc. New South Wales, 59: 3-4, 212-228

Studies in the genus Ustulina with special reference to parasitism VI. A brief account of heart rot of Beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) caused by Ustulina. Trans. Brit. mycol Soc, 26: 3-4, 169-170

Studies in the genus Ustulina with special reference to parasitism, m. Spores-germination and infection. Trans. Brit. mycol. Soc, 22: 1-2, 47-93

Studies in the genus Ustulina with special reference to parasitism. II. A disease of the common Lime (Tilia vulgaris Hayne) caused by Ustulina. Trans. Brit, mycol. Soc, 20: 2, 133-156

Studies in the genus Ustulina with special reference to parasitism. IV. Conidia-germination and infection. Trans Brit Mycol Soc 23(1): 65-85

Studies in the genus Ustulina with special reference to parasitism. V. A disease of Elm (Ulmus campestris Sm.) caused by Ustulina. Trans. Brit. mycol Soc, 23: 2, 171-185

Studies in the genus Ustulina-with special reference to parasitism. I. Introduction, survey of previous literature, and host index. Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc, 18: 4, 320-346

Studies in the germination of crop seeds in the field. Indian J. agric. Sci, 6: 784-99

Studies in the growth of sugarcane and development of sucrose at Shahjahanpur in relation to climatic conditions. Proc. Tenth Ann. Conv. Sug. Tech. Assoc. India, 1-34

Studies in the influence of exercise on the digestive work of the stomach. 4. Its relation to the physiochemical changes in the blood. Amer. J. Phiysiol, 107: 370-377

Studies in the inheritance of physiological characters III. Hybrid vigour from germination to the onset of flowering. Ann. Bot, Lond., 1: 11-41

Studies in the inheritance of physiological characters. I. A physiological investigation of the nature of hybrid vigour in maize. Ann Bot 44(174): 457-467

Studies in the inheritance of physiological characters. II. Further experiments upon the basis of hybrid vigour and upon the inheritance of efficiency index and respiration rate in maize. Ann. Bot, Oxford, 96: 1007-32

Studies in the inheritance of physiological characters. IV. Hybrid vigour in the tomato. Part 2. Manifestations of hybrid vigour during the flowering period. Ann. Bot. Lond, Lond., 1: 379-408

Studies in the inheritance of physiological characters. V. Hybrid vigour in the tomato. Part III. A critical examination of the relation of embryo development to the manifestation of hybrid vigour. Ann. Bot, Lond, 4: 735-64

Studies in the inheritance of physiological characters. VI. Hybrid vigour in the tomato. Part IV. The effect of flower removal on the manifestation of hybrid vigour. Ann. Bot. Lond, Lond., 5: 501-08

Studies in the inheritance of resistance and susceptibility to crown rust (P. coronata Corda) in a cross between selections of Bed Rustproof (A. sterilis L.) and Scotch Potato (A. sativa L.). Welsh Journ. of Agric, 2: 212-221

Studies in the internal structure of protein molecules. Part I. Ark. Kemi Min. Geol, 19A: 20, 1-25

Studies in the late geological history of Queensland. I. The lateritic soils of western Queensland. Univ. Queensland Pap. Dept. Geol, 2: n.s.; 1, 2-22

Studies in the life-history and physiology of certain smuts. Amer. Journ. of Botany, 11: 10, 817-647

Studies in the living animal with the luminescence microscope. The importance of the reticulo-endothelial system and carrier substances in vitamin metsbolism. Klin. Wochenschr, 19: 123-128

Studies in the management of a moor meadow. Laki i Torfowiska, 16-17, 14

Studies in the manufacture of Surati cheese. Indian J. Vet. Sci, 12: 4, 297-304

Studies in the mechanism of fungicidal action. V. Non-metallic and sodium dithiocarbamic acid derivatives. Ann. appl. Biol, 30: 2, 170-179

Studies in the mechanism of fungicidal action. VI. Water. Ann. appl. Biol, 30: 4, 372-379

Studies in the mechanism of self-incompatibility in cacao. I. 8th Annu. Rep. Cacao Res., Trin, publ. 1939. 20-21

Studies in the mechanism of self-incompatibility in cacao. II. 9th Rep. Cacao Res, Trinidad

Studies in the metabolism of alkalinized dextrose. Arch, internat. Pharmacodyn, 55: 9-14

Studies in the metabolism of apples. I. Preliminary investigations on internal gas composition and its relation to changes in stored Granny Smith apples. Aust. J. exp. Biol, 20: 219-31. bibl. 23

Studies in the metabolism of blood pigment. 1. Problems, methods and critique of Whipple's theory. Deutsch. Arch. f. klin. Med, 171: 123-153

Studies in the metabolism of dextrose fragments in man. Ann Internal Med 14(1): 122-128

Studies in the metabolism of growing Torulopsis utilis under aerobic conditions. Arkiv Kemi Min Och Geol 21a(3): 1-126

Studies in the metabolism of plant cells 3. The effects of cyanide on the accumulation of potassium chloride and on respiration; the nature of the salt respiration. Aust. J. exp. Biol. med. Sci, 23: 63-73

Studies in the metabolism of plant cells. 1. Accumulation of chlorides by plant cells and its relation to respiration. Aust. J. exp. Biol. med. Sci, 19: 265-78

Studies in the metabolism of purines and pyrimidines by means of isotopic nitrogen. Jour Biol Chem 153(1): 203-217

Studies in the metabolism of the human placenta. I. Oxygen consumption in relation to ageing. Bull. Johns Hopk. Hosp, 73: 31-39

Studies in the millet, Panicum miliaceum, Linn. Madras Agric Jour 26(6): 195-206

Studies in the minor element nutrition of vegetable crop plants. II. The interrelation of potash, boron and magnesium upon the flavor and sugar content of melons. Proc. Amer. Soc. hort. Sci. for, 1941. 39: 369-74. bibl. 11

Studies in the mode of action of irradiated ergosterol. 2. Its effect on the calcium and phosphorus metabolism of individuals with calcium deficiency diseases. J. Clin. Invest, 11: 21-35

Studies in the mode of action of irradiated ergosterol. 3. The effect of irradiated ergosterol administration on the formation of bone trabeculse. J. Clin. Invest, 11: 37-45

Studies in the mode of action of irradiated ergosterol. 4. In hypoparathyroidism. J. Clin. Invest, 11: 47-62

Studies in the morphology and biochemistry of the pineapple. I. The development and structure of the seedling and young plant of the pineapple (Ananas sativas). New Phytologist. 29: 199-226

Studies in the morphology and biochemistry of the pineapple. II. Reserves in the seeds of two genera of the Bromeliaceae and of various pineapple hybrids. New Phytologist 32(5): 382-392

Studies in the morphology and biology of Helminthosporium avenae. Trans British Mycol Soc 18(3): 223-238

Studies in the motor activity of the large intestine. 2. The influence of balloon technique upon colon motility. Amer. J. Physiol, 99: 87-93. 4 figs

Studies in the nature of the clonal variety. II. Selection within a periclinal chimera. Tech. Bull. Mich. Agric. Exp. Sta, 179, 48

Studies in the nature of the clonal variety. III. Permanence of strain and other differences in the Montmorency cherry. Tech. Bull. Mich. Agric. Exp. Sta, 186, 20

Studies in the nature of the pomological variety. 1. A hetero-chimeric apple sport and its vegetative progeny. Tech. Bull. Mich. agric. Exp. Stat, 161: 14. bibl. 33

Studies in the nervous control of carbohydrate metabolism. 2. The chemical changes set up in the body during decerebration hyperglyaemia. 3. The nature of the mechanism of the nerve control. Proc. Roy. Soc. (B.). 110: 125-171

Studies in the nitrogen distribution in the milk of some Indian cattle. Rep. Imp. Dairy Dep, Delhi: Manager of Publications., 26 p

Studies in the nomenclature and systematics of Scandinavian vascular plants. Uppsala Univ. Arsskr, 7, 337

Studies in the non-setting of pears. I. Fruit drop and the effect of ringing, dehorning and branch-bending. J. Pomol, 16: 39-62. bibl. 36

Studies in the non-setting of pears. II. The effect of weather conditions. Annu. Rep. East Matting Res. Sta. for 1938. A.21: 128-44. bibl. 16

Studies in the non-setting of pears. III. The effect of the flower characters. Annu. Rep. East Malling Res. Sta. for 1938. A.21: 145-53. bibl. 16

Studies in the non-setting of pears. IV. The effect of irrigation and injection on the June drop of Conference pears. A.R. East Malling Res. Stat. for, 1941. A24: 36-41. bibl. 10

Studies in the non-setting of pears. V. The size of flower in relation to its position in the truss. A.R. East Malling Res. Stat. for, 1941. A24: 41-3. bibl. 3

Studies in the non-setting of pears. VI. The injection of pear trees for the diagnosis of carbohydrate and mineral deficiencies. A.R. East Malling Res. Stat. for, 1941. A24: 50-5. bibl. 11

Studies in the non-setting of pears. VII. The growth cycle and fruit bud differentiation of Conference and Doyenne du Comice. J. Pomol, 20: 24-39. bibl. 24

Studies in the nutrition of the chick. 3. A maintenance factor present in wheat germ and the effect of the addition of a small amount of manganese dioxide to the diet. Poultry Sci, 17: 185

Studies in the nutrition of the chick. An attempt to simplify the successful diet. Poultry Sci 13(3): 166-177

Studies in the nutrition of the people of Benoni. S African Jour Med Sci 4(4): 117-124

Studies in the nutrition of vegetables. Phosphate deficiency and yield tests on sand cultures of May King lettuce. Jour Agric Sci 29(2): 229-248

Studies in the nutrition of vegetables. The effects of variation in the nitrogen supply on lettuce (var. May King) in sand culture. Ann. Bot., Lond, 3: 649-56. bibl. 2

Studies in the nutrition of vegetables. The effects of varying the potash supply on sand cultures of lettuce. Soil Sci, 48: 101-108

Studies in the nutritional anaemia of the rat. 1. Influence of iron upon blood regeneration. J. Biol. chem, 94: 71-88

Studies in the nutritional anaemia of the rat. 2. Influence of iron plus supplements of other inorganic elements upon blood regeneration. J. Biol. chem, 94: 89-110. 2 figs

Studies in the nutritional anaemia of the rat. 3. The prevention of anaemia by means of inorganic elements. J. Biol. chem, 94: 111-115

Studies in the nutritional anaemia of the rat. 4. The production of hemoglobinemia and polycythemia in normal animals by means of inorganic elements. J. Biol. chem, 94: 117-122

Studies in the nutritional anaemia of the rat. 5. The action of iron and iron supplemented with other elements upon the daily reticulocyte, erythrocyte and hemoglobin response. J. Biol. chem, 94: 123-134. 7 figs

Studies in the nutritional anaemia of the rat. 6. The effect of inorganic elements upon the rate of blood regeneration and growth. J. Biol. chem, 94: 135-146. 5 figs

Studies in the nutritional anemia of the rat. 7. Influence of parenterally administered iron. J. Biol. Chem, 101: 359-368

Studies in the nutritional anemia of the rat. 8. A method for the estimation of hemoglobin and erythrocytes on a single small sample of blood. J. Biol. Chem, 101: 369-372

Studies in the nutritional anemia of the rat. 9. Observations on the anemia of pregnancy. Amer. J. Physiol, 106: 449-453

Studies in the nutritive value of Indian vegetable food-stuffs. 4. Nutritive value of green gram, Phaseolus Mungo, and black gram, Phaseolus radiatus. Ind. J. Med. Res, 19: 1041-1054

Studies in the nutritive value of Indian vegetable foodstuffs. 1. Nutritive values of pigeon pea (Cajanus indicus) and field pea (Pisum arvense, Linn.). Ind. J. Med. Res, 31. 18: 1217-1229

Studies in the nutritive value of Indian vegetable foodstuffs. 2. Nutritive values of (1) Bengal gram (Cicer arietinum, Linn.), (2) Horse gram (Dolichos biflorus), (3) Lablab pea (Dolichos Lablab). Ind. J. Med. Res, 19: 475-483

Studies in the nutritive value of Indian vegetable foodstuffs. 3. Nutritive values of lentil, Lens esculenta, Moench.; cow pea, Vigna catjang, Walp.; and aconite bean, Phaseolus aconitifolius, Jacq. Ind. J. Med. Res, 32. 19: 859-866

Studies in the of Mangifera indica Linn. Part III. Investigation into the of sulphur dioxide gai on the Mango fruit. Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci, 13: 1, 71-83

Studies in the origin of Citrus flora of various localities. (Commun. hort. Inst. Taihoku Imp. Univ. No. 45). Proc. Jap. Ass. Adv. Sci, 10: 2, 570-6. bibl. 9

Studies in the pathogenicity of tropical fungi. I. On the types of infection encountered in the storage of certain fruits. Ann Bot 1(1): 59-65

Studies in the pathogenicity of tropical fungi. II. The occurrence of latent infections in tropical fruits. Ann. Bot, Lond., 2: 8, 919-931

Studies in the pathology of young trees and seedlings. I. The Rosellinia disease of the Spruce. Trains. Roy. Scot. Arbor. Soc, 36: 2, 226-235

Studies in the periodic partial failures of the Punjab American Cottons in the Punjab. VIII. The relation of weather factors with the spread of tirak in American Cottons. Indian J. agric. Sci, 13: 5, 449-467

Studies in the periodic partial failures of the Punjab-American Cottons in the Punjab, VII Amelioration of tirak on soils with saline subsoils (sandy loams). Indian J. agric. Sci, 12: 5, 679-695

Studies in the periodic partial failures of the Punjab-American Cottons in the Punjab. X. The interrelation of sowing-date, nitrogen, water-supply, and spacing on growth and yield of 4-F Cotton. Indian J. agric. Sci, 14: 1, 18-29

Studies in the periodic partial failures of the Punjab-American Cottons in the Punjab. XIV. Mineral metabolism of normal and tirak-affected plants. XV. Formation of proteins, oil and cellulose in the bolls of normal and tirak-affected plants. Indian J. agric. Sci, 15: 2, 63-85

Studies in the periodic partial failures of the Punjab-American cottons in the Punjab. IX. The interrelation of manurial factors and water-supply on the growth and yield of 4-F cotton on light sandy soils. Indian Jour Agric Sci 13(6): 610-630

Studies in the periodic partial failures of the Punjab-American cottons in the Punjab. V. Physical and chemical properties of the soils associated with tirak (bad opening of bolls). Indian J. Agric. Sci, 12: 474-492

Studies in the periodic partial failures of the Punjab-American cottons in the Punjab. VI. The effect of sodium salts on growth of plants and development of tirak. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 12: 603-626

Studies in the periodic partial failures of the Punjab-American cottons in the Punjab. XI. Trends in growth of normal and tirak plants with special studies on bolls. Indian Jour Agric Sci 14(2): 152-160

Studies in the periodic partial failures of the Punjab-American cottons in the Punjab. XII. Further experiments on the amelioration of tirak. Indian Jour Agric Sci 14(3): 181-195

Studies in the periodic partial failures of the Punjab-American cottons in the Punjab. XVI. Application of late sowing as a general practice. Indian J. Agric, Sci, 15: 338-342

Studies in the periodical partial failures of the Punjab-American cottons in the Punjab. XIII. Manuring of cotton. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 14: 325-332

Studies in the physiology and control of bunt, or stinking smut, of Wheat. U.S. Dept. of Agric. Bull, 1239, 29

Studies in the physiology of Theobroma Cacao with special reference to eherelle wilt. I. Preliminary investigation of the factors concerned in wilt. 9th A.R. on Cacao Research for 1940. 33-42. bibl. 14

Studies in the physiology of Theobroma Cacao. II. Growth rate and mineral intake by the pod. 9th A.R. on Cacao Research for 1940. 43-6. bibl. 2

Studies in the physiology of Theobroma Cacao. III. Leaf flush and mineral intake by the shoot. 9th A.R. on Cacao Research for 1940. 47-51. bibl. 2

Studies in the physiology of Theobroma cacao with special reference to cherelle wilt. 11th Rep. on Cacao Research, 43. 1944. 23-7. bibl. 6

Studies in the physiology of host-parasite relations. Proc. roy. Soc. Vict, N.S., 53: 2, 323-341

Studies in the physiology of host-parasite relations. 1. The effect oi Bacterium solanacearum on the water relations of plants. Proc. roy. Soc. Vict, 53: 2, 268-299

Studies in the physiology of host-parasite relations. 4. Some effects of Tomato spotted wilt on growth. Aust. J. exp. Biol, 21: 2, 89-101

Studies in the physiology of leaf growth. 1. The effect of various accessory growth factors on the growth of the first leaf of isolated stem tips of rye. Ann. Bot, Lond, 9: 369-81

Studies in the physiology of molds. IV. Moulding of chrome tanned skins. Journ. Amer. Leather. Chem. Assoc, 28: 12, 583-593

Studies in the physiology of parasitism. VII. Infection of Berberis vulgaris by sporidia of Puccinia graminis. Ann. of Bot, 35: 140, 557-564

Studies in the physiology of parasitism. VIII. On the exosmosis of nutrient substances from host time into the infection drop. Ann. of Botany, 36: 141, 101-119

Studies in the physiology of parasitism. X. On the entrance of parasitic fungi into the host plant. Ann Bot 41(164): 643-662

Studies in the physiology of parasitism. X. The growth reactions of certain fungi to their staling products. Ann. of Botany. 38: 149, 113-135

Studies in the physiology of parasitism. XI. An analysis of the factors underlying specialization of parasitism, with special reference to the fungi Botrytis allii, Munn, and Monilia fructigena, pers. Ann. of Botany. 44: 174, 469-493

Studies in the physiology of parasitism. XIII. An analysis of the factors underlying specialization of parasitism, with special reference to certain fungi parasitic on Apple and Potato. Ann. of Botany, 46: 184, 1033-1050

Studies in the physiology of parasitism. XIV. Comparison of enzymic extracts obtained from various parasitic fungi. Ann. of Botany. 48: 189, 187-210

Studies in the physiology of parasitism. XXX. On the effect of one organism in reducing the parasitic activity of another. Ann. of Botany. 44: 175, 557-563

Studies in the physiology of plant pathogenic bacteria. The food requirements of a xylem invader, Bacterium solanacearum E.F.S., and of a phloem invader, Aplanobacter michiganense E.F.S. Aust. J. exp. Biol med. Sci, 16: 323-329

Studies in the physiology of the appressorium of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides. Ann Botany 47(186): 305-312

Studies in the physiology of the fungi. XII. Physiological specialization in Rhixoctonia solani Kuhn. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard, 8: 1, 1-62

Studies in the physiology of the fungi. XIV. Sulphur nutrition: the use of thiosulphate as influenced by hydrogen-ion concentration. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard, 8: 3, 237-281

Studies in the physiology of the fungi. XV. Germination of the spores of certain fungi in relation to hydrogen-ion concentration. Aim. Mo. Bot. Gard, 8: 3, 283-341

Studies in the physiology of the fungi. XVI. Some aspects of nitrogen metabolism in fungi. Ann. Mis-sawn Bot. Gard, 10: 4, 299-368

Studies in the physiology of the fungi. XVII. The growth of certain wood-destroying fungi in relation to the H-ion concentration of the media. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard, 11: 1, 48-96

Studies in the physiology of the onion plant. I. An investigation of factors concerned in the flowering (bolting) of onions grown from sets and its prevention. Part I. Production and storage of onion sets, and field results. Ann. appl. Biol, 30: 208-20. bibl. 8

Studies in the physiology of the onion plant. I. An investigation of factors concerned in the flowering (bolting) of onions grown from sets and its prevention. Part II. Effects of day length and temperature on onions grown from sets. Ann. appl. Biol, 30: 308 bibl. 7

Studies in the physiology of the onion plant. II. Inflorescence initiation and development, and other changes in the internal morphology of onion sets, as influenced by temperature and day length. Ann. appl. Biol, 31: 173-86. bibl. 41

Studies in the physiology of the prostate gland. Endocrinology 18(1): 123-141

Studies in the physiology of the virus diseases of the Potato. II. A comparison of the carbohydrate metabolism of normal with that of crinkle Potatoes ; together with some observations on carbohydrate metabolism in a 'carrier' variety. III. A comparison of the nitrogen metabolism of normal with that of leaf-roll Potatoes. Ann. of Appl. Biol, 20: 4, 525-548 ; 549-589

Studies in the physiology of the virus diseases of the Potato: a comparison of the carbohydrate metabolism of normal with that of leaf-roll Potatoes. Trans. Roy. Soc, Edinburgh., lvii, ii: 11, 309-349

Studies in the physiology of the vitamins. 18. Measurements of the vitamin B requirement in several species of animals. Amer. J. Physiol, 101: 115-139

Studies in the physiology of virus diseases in plants. III. Aucuba or yellow mosaic of Tomato in Nicotiana glutinosa and other hosts. Ann. of Appl. Biol, 19: 2, 144-152

Studies in the physiology of vitamins. 15. Some observations of the effect of administration of the antineuritic and heat-stable factors on the anorexia characteristic of lack of the vitamin B complex. Amer. J. Physiol, 96: 372-376

Studies in the physiology of vitamins. 16. The effect of exercise on the time required for the development of the anorexia characteristic of lack of undifferentiated vitamin B. Amer. J. Physiol, 98: 589-594

Studies in the physiology of vitamins. 17. The effect of thyroid administration upon the anorexia characteristic of lack of undifferentiated vitamin B. Amer. J. Physiol, 99: 689-695

Studies in the physiology of vitamins. 19. The acid-base balance of the blood during lack of undifferentiated vitamin B. J. Biol. Chem, 96: 673-684

Studies in the physiology of vitamins. 20. The glucose tolerance during lack of undifferentiated vitamin B. J. Biol. Chem, 96: 685-696

Studies in the physiology of vitamins. 21. The effect of water administration on the development of anorexia and polyneuritic symptoms in pigeons subsisting on a diet lacking the vitamin B complex. Amer. J. Physiol, 104: 484-488

Studies in the physiology of vitamins. 22. The effect of experimentally-induced hyperthyroidism on the vitamin B requirment of pigeons . Amer. J. Physiol, 105: 146-150

Studies in the physiology of wood-destroying fungi. I. The effect of nitrogen content upon the rate of decay of timber. Ann Botany 48(189): 109-117

Studies in the physiology of wood-destroying fungi. II. Temperature and rate of growth. Ann. of Botany. 48: 190, 481-495

Studies in the physiology of wood-destroying fungi. III. Progress of decay under natural and under controlled conditions. Ann. Bot, Lond., 4: 16, 701-712

Studies In The Potassium Metabolism Of The Animal Body By Means Of Its Artificial Radioactive Isotope. Science 87(2263): 438-438

Studies in the preparation, properties and assay of commercial papain. Trop Agric [Ceylon] 101(2): 72-76

Studies in the preservation of fruit juices. 3. Preparation and preservation of tomato juice. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 14: 89-95

Studies in the preservation of fruit juices. 4. Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) content of citrus fruit squashes. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 14: 171-180

Studies in the preservation of fruit juices. I. Some observations on the preparation and preservation of citrus fruit squashes. Indian J. agric. Sci, 8: 77-102. bibl. 20

Studies in the preservation of fruits and vegetables. An investigation on the methods of preparation and standardization of tomato ketchup. Publ. Fruit Prod. Lab., Punjab agric. Coll, Lyallpur, 15. bibl. 5

Studies in the preservation of fruits and vegetables. Effect of maturity of William's pears (Kulu Valley, Punjab) on their canning quality. Ind. J. agric. Sci, 14: 167-71. bibl. 7

Studies in the production of milk-fat by Hariana and Tharparkar cows in relation to factors such as season, advance of lactation, plane of production, etc. Agric. Live-Stk. India, 9: 251-271

Studies in the proteins of Indian foodstuffs. 10. In vitro digestions of the globulins from aconite bean (P. aconitifolius, Jacq.) and Bengal gram (Cicer arietinum, Linn.). J. Indian Inst. Sci, 19A: Part 8, 67-73

Studies in the proteins of Indian foodstuffs. 4. The proteins of fenugreek (Trigonella FoenumGraecum). J. Ind. Inst. Sci, 15A: 122-124

Studies in the proteins of Indian foodstuffs. 5. The alcohol soluble protein of fenugreek (Trigonella Foenum Graecum). J. Indian Inst. Sci, 16A: 85-87

Studies in the proteins of Indian foodstuffs. 6. The globulins of the cowpea (Vi'na catiang Walp.). J. Indian Inst. Sci, 18A: 39-47

Studies in the pulses of Bihar and Orissa-I (Rahar.). Proc. 22nd Indian Sci. Congr, 370

Studies in the quality of crops. 1. Nutritive values of different varieties of ragi grains (Eleusine coracana). Proc. Assoc. Econ. Biologists. 9

Studies in the quality of the Indian and the Western table butters. Indian J. vet. Sci, 9: 151-164

Studies in the redistribution of some phytopathogenic species of Bacillus. Proc. Iowa Acad. Sci, 46: 179-180

Studies in the response to unfavourable growing environments of certain varieties of rice plant. Proc. Crop Sci. Japan, Japan, 8: 313-40

Studies in the response to unfavourable natural conditions of certain varieties of rice plant. 2. Comparison of growth of the plant under the sunlight of various intensities. Proc. Crop Sci. Soc. Japan, 10: 394-408

Studies in the root and shoot growth of the strawberry. V. The origin, development and function of the roots of the cultivated strawberry. Ann. Bot, 44: 55-86

Studies in the root of pineapple varieties, with special reference to the Smooth Cayenne and Ohishu.. Communications Hort. Institute, Taihoku Imp. Univ, 22: 9. bibl. 6

Studies in the root-development of several Mediterranean plants.. Bulletin de la Silva Mediterranea. 10: 142-62

Studies in the sampling of cotton for the determination of fibre-properties. III. The size and reliability of a satisfactory sample. Tech. Bull. Ind. Centr. Cott. Comm, 10, 39

Studies in the santalol series. Part I. Separation of the santalols and the santalenes. Part II. Synthesis of d- and dl-pi-hydroxycamphor, d- and dl-teresantalol and d- and dl-tricycloeke-santalic acid. Part III. Syntheses of d-a-santalal and d-a-santalol. J. Indian chem. Soc, 21: 261-84

Studies in the secretion of milk fat. III. The effect of thyroxine on the blood lipoids and on the nature of the milk fat of the ruminant. Chem. & Ind, Lond., 58: 651

Studies in the sexual and vegetative reproduction of seed plants in the alpine vegetation of Petsamo-Lapland. I. General section. Ann. bot. Vanamo, 11: 1, 1-323

Studies in the sexual and vegetative reproduction of seed plants in the alpine vegetation of Petsamo-Lapland. II. Special section. Ann. bot. Vanamo, 14: 1, 1-405

Studies in the skin test for cocci-dioidal infection. I. The preparation and standardization of cocci-dioidin. J. infect. Dis, Ixvi: 3, 212-217

Studies in the soil fungi of the Paddy-fields of Bengal. I. Fungi of an unmanured Paddy-field of the Chinsurah Agricultural Farm. J. Indian bot. Soc, 18: 3, 113-127

Studies in the stability of vitamins A and D. 2. Action of fatty peroxides on vitamin A. Biochem. J, 33: 201-206

Studies in the sterile rice plants. Proc. Crop Sci. Soc. Japan, 8: 373-84

Studies in the sterol group. 18. An attempt to define the position of the hydroxyl group in ergosterol. J. Chem. Soc, 1410-1413

Studies in the sterol group. 19. Observations on the constitution of ergosterol. J. Chem. Soc, Oct. 1576-1581

Studies in the sterol group. 21. Lumisterol. J. Chem. Soc, Sept. 1221-1223

Studies in the sterol group. 39. The structures of ergosterol, lumisteroL, pyrocaicilerol, and isopyrocaldferol. J. Chem. Soc. Feb. 250-253

Studies in the stripe disease of Wheat.. Bull. agric. Exp. Sta. Okayamaken, 111

Studies in the summer feeding of lambs. 1. A preliminary trial. J. Dept. Agric. S. Austral. 48: 8-11

Studies in the supplementary feeding of merino sheep for wool production. 1. The effect of a supplementary ration of blood meal on the growth rate and wool production of merino sheep on Central Queensland pastures. Commonwealth of Austral., Counc. Sci. and Ind. Res., Bull, 61,

Studies in the synthesis of antiracbitic vitamins. L The synthesis of 3-(2'methylenecyclohexylidene-l')-propne-l. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 61: 2534-2537

Studies in the synthesis of hippuric acid in the animal organism. 8. Hydrazine intoxication and hippuric acid synthesis in the rabbit . J. Biol. Chem, 103: 141-150

Studies in the synthesis of hippuric acid in the animal organism. 9. A comparative study of the rate of synthesis and excretion of hippuric and phenaceturic acids by the rabbit. J. Biol. Chem, 103: 151-160

Studies in the synthesis of vitamin-A. 3. J. Chem. Soc, 755-760

Studies in the technique of field experiments. I. Size, shape and arrangement of plots in cotton trials. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 5: 523-38

Studies in the technique of field experiments. II. Sampling for staple-length determination in cotton trials with a note on the standard error of estimates of ginning percentage. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 5: 545-53

Studies in the technique of field experiments. III. An application of the method of covariance to selection for disease resistance in cotton. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 5: 554-58

Studies in the technique of field experiments. V. Size and shape of blocks and arrangement of plots in cotton trials. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 11: 850-65

Studies in the technique of held experiments. IV. A study of margin effect in variety trials with cotton and wheat. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 5: 671-92

Studies in the transport of milk in warm condition for marketing purposes. 1. Keeping quality of farm-produced and processed milk. Indian J. Vet. Sci, 15: 265-270

Studies in the urinary excretion of vitamin C in certain diseases of children. Med. J. Austral, 1: 145-150

Studies in the use of crystalline vitamin C (ascorbic acid) in the prophylaxis and treatment of infantile scurvy and some other disorders of infancy and childhood. J. Pediat, 14: 161-182

Studies in the varietal immunity of Potatoes to wart disease (Synchytrium endobioticium (Sohilb.) Perc.). I. The influence of the foliage on the tuber as shown by grafting. Ann. of Appl. Biol, 10: 1, 142-146

Studies in the vegetative growth and anatomy of the tea plant (Camellia thea Link.) with special reference to the phloem. I. The flush shoot. Ann. Bot, Lond., 6: 607-30. bibl. 26

Studies in the vegetative growth and anatomy of the tea plant (Camellia thea Link.) with special reference to the phloem. II. Further analysis of flushing behaviour. Ann. Bot. Lond, 9: 183-216. bibl. 20

Studies in the vernalisation of cereals. VIII The role of carbohydrate and nitrogen supply in the vernalisation of excised embryos of ' Petkus' winter rye. Ann. Bot, Lond., 8: 285-314

Studies in the vernalization of Indian crop plants. 1. Preliminary experiments on gram, wheat, chilli and soybean. Indian J. Genet. Pl. Breed, 1: 61-86

Studies in the vernalization of cereals. IV. The effect of preliminary soaking of the grain on the growth and tropic responses of the excised embryo of winter rye. Ann. Bot., Lond, 3: 243-52

Studies in the vital capacity of Bombay medical students. 1. Statistical correlations with physical measurements. Indian J. Med. Res, 29: 723-750

Studies in the wilt disease of Cotton in the Bombay Karnatak. Series I. Mem. Dept. Agric. India. 17: 2, 27

Studies in the witches' broom disease of Cacao caused by Marasmius perniciosus Stahel Part II Field studies and control methods. Mem. imp. Coll. trop. Agric, Trinidad., 8: 28

Studies in the witches' broom disease of Cacao caused by Marasmius perniciosus Stahel. Fart 1. Introduction, symptoms, and etiology. Mem. imp. Coll. trop. Agric., Trinidad, 7: 28

Studies in the yield of tea. 11. The seasonal and sampling variation in yield and mineral composition of the tea leaf. J. Agr. Science. 22: 386-95. bibl. 11

Studies in the yield of tea. I.-The experimentation errors of field experiments with tea. J. Agr. Sci, 21: 547-73. bibl. 15

Studies in the yield of tea. III. Field experiments with potash and nitrogen in relation to the pruning cycle. Emp. J. exp. Agric, 3: 105-14. bibl. 9

Studies in the yield of tea. IV. The effect of cultivation and weeds on crop growth. Emp. J. Expt. Agric, 8: 268-279

Studies in the yield of tea: Part V. Further experiments on mammal response with special reference to nitrogen. Emp. J. exp. Agric, 12: 177-90. bibl. 15

Studies in the yield of tea: part V. Further experiments on manurial response with special reference to nitrogen. Emp. J. Expt. Agric, 12: 177

Studies in thiamin excretion. Bull Johns Hopkins Hosp 67(2): 107-124

Studies in thyroid cytopathology. 1. The Golgi apparatus in exophthalmic goitre. S. African J. Med. Sci, 1: 97-106

Studies in tillering. Ecology 23(2): 162-174

Studies in tolerance of New England forest trees. XIV. Effect of spacing on the efficiency of White and Red Pine needles as measured by the amount of wood production on the main stem. Bull. Vt. agric. Exp. Sta, 499., 28

Studies in tolerance of New England forest trees. XV. Soil temperature as influenced by the density of White Pine cover. Bull. Vt. agric. Exp. Sta, 513, 35

Studies in tooth development. 1. The 16 microns calcification rhythm in the enamel and dentin from fish to man. J. Dent. Res, 18: 91-102

Studies in tooth development. 2. Ihe rate of apposition of enamel and dentin in man and other mammals. J. Dent. Res, 18: 161-175

Studies in total erythrocyte and leucocyte counts of the domestic fowl. 3. Variation in number of blood cells of normal fowls. Poultry Sci, 13: 297P-298P

Studies in treatment with fruit and raw vegetable foods. Deutsch. med. Wochenschr, 62: 1086-1089

Studies in tree physiology. I. General introduction. Water contents of certain Canadian trees. Canad. J. Res, 17: 460-82

Studies in tree physiology. II. Seasonal changes in the food reserves of Field Birch (Betula populifolia Marsh.). Canad. J. Res., Sec. C. 18: 1-9

Studies in tree. physiology. III. The effect of the method of cutting on the Water content of twigs. A note on a paper by McDermott. Canad. J. Res, 20: 236-40. bibl. 4

Studies in tropical fruits XIV. Carbohydrate metabolism of the banana fruit during storage at 53 degrees F. Ann. Bot. Lond, 7: 1-22. bibl. 10

Studies in tropical fruits. I. Preliminary observations on some aspects of development, ripening and senescence, with special reference to respiration. Ann. Bot, 50: 621-53. bibl. 19

Studies in tropical fruits. II. Observations on internal gas concentrations in fruit. Ann. Bot, 50: 655-76. bibl. 6

Studies in tropical fruits. III. Preliminary observations on pneumatic pressures in fruits. Ann. Bot. Lond, 2: 301-15. bibl. 5

Studies in tropical fruits. IV. Methods in the investigation of respiration with special reference to the banana. Ann Botany 3(1): 27-42

Studies in tropical fruits. IX. The respiration of bananas during ripening at tropical temperatures. Ann. Bot, Lond., 4: 269-315. bibl. 43

Studies in tropical fruits. V. Some anatomical aspects of fruit fall in two tropical arboreal plants. Ann. Bot, Lond., 3: 77-89. bibl. 6

Studies in tropical fruits. VI. A preliminary consideration of the solubility of gases in relation to respiration. Ann. Bot, Lond., 3: 825-43. bibl. 12

Studies in tropical fruits. VII. Notes on banana fruits in relation to studies in metabolism. Ann. Bot, Lond., 3: 845-60. bibl. 6

Studies in tropical fruits. VIII. Carbohydrate metabolism of the banana fruit during development. Ann. Bot, Lond., 4: 39-71. bibl. l9

Studies in tropical fruits. X. Preliminary observations on transpiration during ripening. Ann. Bot, Lond., 5: 89-119. bibl. 42

Studies in tropical fruits. XII. The respiration of bananas during storage at 53 degrees F. and ripening at controlled temperatures. Ann. Bot., Lond, 5: 379-423. bibl. 19

Studies in tropical fruits. XV. Hemicellulose metabolism of the banana fruit during storage and ripening. Ann. Bot. Lond, 7: 297-323. bibl. 24

Studies in tropical fruits. XVI. The distribution of tannins within the banana and the changes in their condition and amount during ripening. Ann. Bot. Lond, 9: 77-99. bibl. 32

Studies in tropical land tenure. Trop. Agriculture. 9; 10: 371-6; 13-17. bibl. 9.; bibl. 6

Studies in tropical teratology. 2nd Series. No. 1. Blumea. Suppl. 1, 87-96

Studies in tuberculosis. II. The relative incidence of human and bovine types of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in human disease in Victoria. Med Jour Australia 28(3): 49-55

Studies in urinary excretion and ascorbic (cevitamic) acid. Northwest Mtdicine. Seattle. 36: 381-384

Studies in variation among the Chinese Amphibia. I. Salamandridae. Peking Nat Hist Bull 9(4): 327-360

Studies in variation of Anthyllis vulneraria. Jour Genetics 27(2): 261-285

Studies in variation statistics of some economically important characters in small bush fruits. (Preliminary communication.). Zuchter. 6: 294-96

Studies in veld management. A second report on certain veld-burning and grazing experiments. SOUTH AFRICA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Science Bulletin, 91, 31

Studies in veld management. The manuring of grass veld. SOUTH AFRICA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Science Bulletin, 97, 10

Studies in vernalisation of cereals. III. The use of anaerobic conditions in the analysis of the vernalising effect of low temperature during germination. Ann Bot 2(7): 753-764

Studies in vernalisation of cereals. V. The inheritance of the spring and winter habit in hybrids of Petkus rye. Ann. Bot, Lond., 3: 719-29

Studies in vernalisation of mustard. Indian J. agric. Sci, 8: 245-52

Studies in vernalization of cereals. 1. A comparative study of vernalization of winter rye by low temperature and by short days. Ann. Bot. Lond, 1: 569-91

Studies in vernalization of cereals. II. The vernalization of excised mature embryos, and of developing ears. Ann. Bot. Lond, 2: 237-51

Studies in vernalization of cereals. VI. The anatomical and cytological evidence for the formation of growth-promoting substances in the developing grain of rye. Ann. Bot., Lond, 3: 731-57

Studies in vernalization of cereals. VII. A study of the conditions of formation and the subsequent growth of dwarf embryos of rye. Ann. Bot, Lond., 5: 353-74

Studies in virus encephalitis. IV. Infection of Ixodes persulcatus with encephalitis virus in various districts of the U.S.S.R. Med. Parazitol, Moscow, 13: 83-89

Studies in virus encephalitis. V. Ixodes ricinus as a vector of tick (spring-summer) encephalitis. Med. Parazitol, Moscow, 93: 89-93

Studies in vitamin A avitaminosis in the chick. Jour Biol Chem 97(1): 71-82

Studies in vitamin A metabolism. 1. Effect of the inclusion of coconut cake in the basal diet on the utilisation of carotene by vitamin A-dencient rats. Ann. Biochem. Exp. Med, 2: 103-112

Studies in vitamin A metabolism. 2. Absorption of minimal doses of beta -carotene by vitamin A deficient rats. Ann. Biochem. Exp. Med, 2: 181

Studies in vitamin A. Influence of vitamin A on serum lipids of normal and deficient rats. Bull Johns Hopkins Hosp 71(5): 265-281

Studies in vitamin A. Relation of blood level and adaptation to dim light to diet. Bull. Johns Hopkins Hosp, 68: 375-387

Studies in vitamin B deficiency, with special reference to mental and oral manifestations. Brit. Med. J, 2: 503-505

Studies in vitamin B1. (The antineuritic vitamin.) 1. The oncentra tion of vitamin B1 from rice polishings. Bull. Inst. Med. Res. Federated Malay States. 2, 10. 2 pls

Studies in vitamin B1. The antineuritic vitamin. 2. The oryzatoxin theory. Bull, Inst. Med. Res., Federated Malay States. 1, 24

Studies in vitamin C content of Hood in patients with dental abnormalities. J. Conn. Slate Med. Soc, 1: 492-496

Studies in vitamin C. The effect of cooking and storage on the vitamin C contents of foodstuffs. Indian J. Med. Res, 25: 89-93

Studies in vitro on the physiology oi normal and of cancerous cells, II. The survival and the glycolysis of cells under aerobic and under anaerobic conditions. Arch. Path, 37: 319-327

Studies in wheat genetics. Boll. Ist Agric. Pisa. 10: 94-134

Studies in winter hardiness. Landw. Jb, 90: 318-9

Studies in wood decay, TO. How long can wood-destroying fungi endure immersion in water?. Proc. Amer. Wood Pres. Ass, 34: 83-87

Studies in wood decay. III. The toxicity of Western Yellow Fine crude oil to Lenzites saepiaria Fries. Journ. Indus, and Engin. Chem, 14: 7, 617-618

Studies in wood decay. IV. The effect of, sodium carbonate, bicarbonate, sulphate, and chlorid on the rate of decay of Douglas Fir sawdust induced by benzites saepiaria Fr., with special reference to the effect of alkaline soils on the rate of decay of wood in contact with them. Amer. Journ. of Botany, 11: 2, 108-121

Studies in wood decay. V. Physiological specializa-in Fomes pinicola Fr. Amer. Journ. of Botany, 12: 3, 163-177

Studies in wood decay. V. Physiological specialization in Fomes pinicola Fr. Phytopath, 13: 11, 511 p

Studies in wood decay. VI. The effect of arsenic, zinc, and copper on the rate of decay of wood by certain wood-destroying fungi. Phytopath 27(7): 780-788

Studies m the Chytridiales VII The organi ration of the Chytrid thallus. Amer. Journ. of Botany. 19: 1, 41-74

Studies made of plant practices and policies influencing the quality of milk. Rep. Idaho agric. Exp. Sta. 1938. 225, 42

Studies made on a Study Tour in the united States. Sterility in Mares. Svensk Vet.-tidskr, 37: 131-140; 174-178

Studies oa oxyuriasis. XXIII. The survival of eggs of Enterobius vermicularis under known conditions of temperature and humidity. American Journal of Hygiene. Section D. Helminthology, 33: 3, 88-102

Studies oa the genetics of Ustilagp zeae. Phytopath. Zeitschr, 4: 2, 129-188

Studies of 7-denydrochotesterol. Ber. deutseh. chem. Gesellsch, 89: 2696-2705

Studies of Acute Epidemic Poliomyelitis. Ann. Inst. Pasteur, Paris, Sept 25th. 27: 9, 718-749

Studies of American spermatophytes - III. Plants of Texas, Chiapas, and British Honduras. Contr. Univ. Mich. Herb, 8, 75-88

Studies of American spermatophytes-I; -II. Contr. Univ. Mich. Herb, 6; 7, 66; 56

Studies of Amyloid. II. The Isolation of a Polysaccharide from Amyloid-Bearing Tissues. Arch. Path, 34: 92-105

Studies of Apple scab and Cherry leaf spot infection under controlled conditions. Phytopath, 17: 1, 45 p

Studies of Atriplex. Atriplexstudien, Vienna, Wahringerstr., 93: 16

Studies of BCG Culture. Chin. med. J, Suppl

Studies of Biological Preparations by Complement-Fixation Methods. 1. Mallein: Antigenic Variations and a Proposed Method of Standardisation. Jl. Amer. Vet. Med. Assoc, Aug. 61: 5, 503-514

Studies of Bird Malaria in Relation to the Mechanism of Relapse. Amer. Jl. Hyg, Nov. 3: 6, 652-685

Studies of Botryosphaeria ribis on Cercis and Benzoin. U S Dept Agric Plant Dis Reporter 25(1): 29-31

Studies of Botryosphaeria rite on Cercis and Benzoin. Plant Dis. Reptr, 25: 1, 29-31

Studies of Calcium and Phosphorus Metabolism in the Chick. I. The Comparative Effect of Vitamins D2, and D3 and Dihydrotaehysterol given Orally and Intramuscularly. J. Nutrit, 28: 81-94

Studies of Calcium and Phosphorus Metabolism in the Chick. II. Relative Antiraehiiie Effectiveness of Vitamins D2 and D3 and Dihydroiaehysterol Administered Parenterally. J. Nutrit, 26: 487-498

Studies of Casal's disease. 1. Behaviour of the gastric secretion in pellagra and discussion of the subject. Rev. clin. espanola. 2: 323-334

Studies of Casal's disease. 4. The blood sugar in pellagra. Rev. din. espanola. 12: 164-174

Studies of Central American plants II. Botanical Series, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago. 22: 5, 325-96

Studies of Chagas' diseases in Argentina and of the Trypanosomes of Triatoma infestons. Centralbl. f. Bakt. Parasitenkunde etc, Jena, September 8th. 77, 40-46

Studies of Chermes nusslini in Switzerland. Mitt, schweiz. Centralanst. forstl. Versuchswes, Zurich., 15: 2, 42

Studies of Chick-Embryo-Propagated Equine. Encephalomyelitis Viru. Vaccine: Antigenieity and Preservation. Amer. J. vet. Res, 2: 218-220

Studies of Chinese timber trees in reference to forest management. I. Sinensia 11(5/6): 363-395

Studies of collagen: I. The production of collagen in vitro under variable experimental conditions. American Journal of Pathology 16(5): 525-548

Studies of collagen: II. Methods and results of implantation of collagen-forming cultures in granulation tissue. American Journal of Pathology 16(5): 549-560.3

Studies of Connecticut hardwoods. The treatment of advance growth arising as a result of thinnings and shelterwood cuttings. Yale Univ. School of Forestry Bull, 15: 52

Studies of Contact Insecticides-VI. 1. Reactions of certain Insects to controlled Applications of various Concentrated Chemicals. 2. A new Technique for initial Appraisal of proposed Contact Insecticides. Tech. Bull. N.H. agric. Exp. Sta, Durham, N.H., 54, 23

Studies of Contact Insecticides. VIII. 2. Some Determinations of Oil Penetration into Insect Eggs. Tech. Bull. N. H. agric. Exp. Sta, Durham, N.H., 60, 12

Studies of Correlated Human and Bovine Brueelliasis. Amer.J.publ. Hlth, 25: 580-588

Studies of Cultures of Tubercle Bacilli from the Lung Mucus of Tuberculous Cattle. Zlb. Bakt, 138: 84-92

Studies of Curiytop Disease of the Sugar Beet. Jl. Agric. Res, Washington, D.C., April 26th. 28: 4, 297-320

Studies of Cyperus esculentus L. Forschungsdienst, Suppl. 8, 300-2

Studies of Danish flour and bread in 1941 and 1942. Nord. Med, 21: 5-9

Studies of Diseases of the Lymphoid and Myeloid Tissues. IV. Skin Reactions to Human and Avian Tuberculin. J. Immunol, 22: 277-282

Studies of Endamoeba histolytica and other intestinal Protozoa in Tennessee: V. A Comparison of Five Strains of E. histolytica With Refeernce to Their Pathogenicity for Kittens. Amer. J. Hyg, 17: 637-655

Studies of Euchlaena and its hybrids with Zea. I. Chromosome behavior in Euchlaena mexicana and its hybrids with Zea mays. Z. indukt. Abstamm- u. VererbLehre, 62: 291-304

Studies of Euchlaena and its hybrids with Zea. II. Crossing over between the chromosomes of Euchlaena and those of Zea. Z.'indukt. Abstamm.-u. VererbLehre, 62: 305-15

Studies of Exeristes roborator (Fab.), a Parasite of the European Corn Borer, in the Lake Erie Area. Tech. Bull. U.S. Dep. Agric, Washington, D.C., 460, 26

Studies of Five Brucella abortus (Bovine) Strains as Immunizing Agents Against Bang's Disease (Infectious Abortion). J. Amer. vet. med. Ass, 85: 282-247

Studies of Fluctuations in Insect Populations. I. The Infestation of Broadbalk Wheat by the Wheat Blossom Midges (Cecidomyidae). J. Anim. Ecology. Cambridge, 1: 1, 12-31

Studies of Fluctuations in Insect Populations. II. The Infestation of Meadow Foxtail Grass (Alopecurus pratensis) by the Gall Midge Dasyneura alopecuri (Reuter) (Ceeidomyidae). J. Anim. Ecol, Cambridge, 2: 1, 98-108

Studies of Fluctuations in Insect Populations. III. The Gall Midge, Rhabdophaga heterobia H. Lw., on Black Maul Variety of Salix triandra at Syston, Leicestershire, 1927-33. J. Anim. Ecol, London, 3: 2, 165-181

Studies of Fluctuations in Insect Populations. VI. Discussion on Results of Studies I-V. Anim. Ecol, 4: 2, 254-263

Studies of Fluctuations in Insect Populations. VII. The Button Top Midge (Rhabdophaga heterobia) at Syston, 1934-39. J. Anim. Ecol, London, 9: 2, 202-214

Studies of Fluctuations in Insect Populations. X. Prolonged larval Life and delayed subsequent Emergence of the adult Gall Midge. J. Anim. Ecol, London, 12: 2, 137-138

Studies of Fowl Paralysis. III. Gastronomic Enteritis. Vet. J, 88: 286-240

Studies of German breeds of cattle : The Middle German Red. I. Red cattle in Hessen-Nassau. Part 2. Relation of breeding and management. Breeding history and aim. Z. Tierz. Zuchtiol. 46: 142-153

Studies of German breeds of cattle : The Middle German Red. I. Red cattle in Hessen-Nassau. Part 3. Performance. Z. Tierz. Zuchtiol, 47: 225-242

Studies of German breeds of cattle: the Middle German Red cattle. Z. Tierz. Zucht Biol, 46: 53-71

Studies of German cattle breeds. The one-coloured Yellow Mountain cattle. I. The yellow Franconian cattle in Bavaria. Z. Tierz. ZuchtBiol, 53: 2, 145-170

Studies of Golebska. pig. I. Pamiet. Inst. nauk.Gosp. wiejsk. Pulaw, 14: 158-211

Studies of Habrocytus cerealellae (Ashmead), a Pteromalid Parasite of the Angoumois Grain Moth, Sitotroga cerealella (Olivier). Univ. Cal. Pub. Ent, Berkeley, Cal, 5: 16, 311-354

Studies of Heterakis gallinae (Gmelin, 1790) Freeborn, 1923, a nematode parasite of domestic fowls. Part I. Transactions of the Royal Canadian Institute, 20: 2, 179-215

Studies of Impounded Waters in Relation to Malaria. Public Health Repts, Washington, D.C., June 26th. 40: 26, 1357-1375

Studies of Impregnation of Tree Banding Materials. II. Apple Blossom Weevil and Codlin Moth Experiments in 1935. Rep. E. Matting Res. Sta, East Mailing, Kent, 23: 177-183

Studies of Impregnation of Tree Banding Materials. III. Apple Blossom Weevil and Codling Moth Experiments in 1936. A Progress Report. Rep. E. Mailing Res. Sta, East Mailing, Kent, 24: 232-239

Studies of Incubation Factors in the Agglutination Test for Pullorum Disease. Bull. Md agric. Exp. Sta, 402, 165-176

Studies of Infectious Bronchitis. Bull. R.I. agric. Exp. Sta, 273, 15

Studies of Insect Pests. 41st Ann. Rep. S. Carolina Expt. Sta. 28, Clemson College, S.C., 43-55

Studies of Insect Pests. 44th Ann. Rep. S. Carolina Expt. Sta, Clemson Coll., S.C., 63-73

Studies of Insect Pests and related Matters. 43rd Ann. Rep.S. Carolina Expt. Sta. 30, Clemson Coll., S.C., 59-74

Studies of Insects affecting the Fruit of the Apple, with particular Reference to the Characteristics of the resulting Scars. Cornell Univ. Agric. Expt. Sta. Bull, Ithaca, N. Y., 410, 447-498

Studies of Insects, Insect Pests and other Animals. 10th Rep. S. Carolina Expt. Sta, Clemson College, S.C., 34-44

Studies of L. exigua and its Parasites. Part III. The Attraction of Spalangia to its Host. Rev. suisse Zool, 41: 14, 267-297

Studies of Leaf-mining Insects, 15. Z. PflKrankh, Stuttgart, 45: 1, 1-15

Studies of Life Histories of Leaf hoppers of Maine. Maine Agric. Expt. Sta. Bull, Orono, 248, 53-80

Studies of Life-Histories of Froghoppers of Maine. Maine Agric. Expt. Sta., Orono. Bull, 254, 265-288

Studies of Malaria. Brazil-Medico. Rio de Janeiro, January 20th. xxxvii (1): 3, 29-33

Studies of Microorganisms in Simulated Room Environments. V. The Effect of Survival on the Pathogenic Properties of Streptococci: Properties otter than Mouse Virulence. J. Bact, 42: 631-634

Studies of Mosquito Oils and Dust Larvicides. Proc. 15th Ann. Mtg. New Jersey Mosquito Exterm. Ass., Atlantic City New Brunswick, NJ., 53-65

Studies of Mosquito Repellents. Rept. New Jersey Agric. Expt. Sta., 24. New Brunswick, N.J., 350-353

Studies of Mosquito Repellents, II. Relative Performance of certain Chemicals and commercially available Mixtures as Mosquito Repellents. J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis., 33: 3, 566-572

Studies of N excretion in the urine following diets of reduced carbohydrate content but practically unchanged energy value with special reference to acid base relations. Ada med. scand, 79, 1-273

Studies of Neoaplectana glaseri, a Nematode Parasite of the Japanese Beetle (Popillia japonica). Circ. New Jersey Dept. Agric, Trenton, N.J., 211, 34

Studies of Normal and Abnormal Mitotic Activity. III. The Rate and Periodicity of Mitotic Activity in. Regenerating Epidermis of Healing Wounds in Babbits. Arch. Path, 36: 493-498

Studies of Normal and of Abnormal Mitotic Activity. II. The Rate and the Periodicity of the Mitotic Activity of Experimental Epidermoid Carcinoma in Mice. Arch. Path, 35: 667-673

Studies of Olpidium trifolii and Urophlyctis trifolii on white clover in Louisiana. Phytopathology. 30: 2,

Studies of Pacific island plants, IV. Notes on Fijian flowering plants. J. Arnold Arbor, 26: 97-110

Studies of Papuasian plants, V. J. Arnold Arbor, 23: 417-43

Studies of Papuasian plants, VI. J. Arnold Arbor, 25: 104-21, 222-98

Studies of Perosis in Turkeys. I. Experiments Related to Choline. Poult. Sci, 20: 251-254

Studies of Physical Properties and Agglutinability of Br. abortus Plate Antigens from Several Sources. Cornell Vet, 26: 222-280

Studies of Physical Properties and Agglutinability of Br. abortus Plate Antigens from Several Sources. II. Cornell Vet, 27: 366-373

Studies of Phytonomus punctatus. Landw. Jb, 99: 309-10

Studies of Plant Lice. Abhand. Naturwiss. Ver, Bremen, 23: pt. 1, 164-184

Studies of Platyedra gossypiella, Saunders (pink bol'.worm) in the Punjab. Pt. 1. Mem. Dept. Agric. India. Ent. Ser, Calcutta, 10: 6, 167-216

Studies of Populations of Pseudococcus brevipes (Ckl.) occurring on Pineapple Plants. Ecology. Brooklyn, N.Y., 13: 3, 296-304

Studies of Portuguese Strains of Pasteurella. Repot. Lab. Pat. vet, Lisboa., 4: 107-119

Studies of Potato Tuber Defects in Western New York. J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y., 25: 3, 649-651

Studies of Psyllid Yellows of Tomato. (Abstr.). Phytopathology. Lancaster, Pa, 23: 11, 930 p

Studies of Pullorum Disease II. The Incidence of Salmonella pullorum in Eggs from Infected Hens. J. Amer. vet. med. Ass, 89: 35-52

Studies of Pyrethrum as a Mosquito Larvicide. Proc. 17th Ann. Mtg. New Jersey Mosquito Exterm. Ass., Atlantic City, New Brunswick, N.J., 57-72

Studies of Recurrent Ophthalmia Of Horses. Vet. Ext. Quart. Univ. Pa, 38: 69, 8-12

Studies of Respiration Rate of Dairy Bull Spermatozoa. Res. Bull. Mo. agric. Exp. Sta, 353, 24

Studies of Rh antigen in relation to erythrobtastosis faetalis. Nord. Med, 27: 1701-1702

Studies of Sanninoidea opalescens, Edw., in Oregon. Jl. Econ. Ent. Geneva, N.Y., 14: 4, 328-338

Studies of Sheep, with the Demonstration of Pasteurella Localized in the Central Nervous System. Amer. J. vet. Res, 8: 268-273

Studies of Solid Stem Wheat Varieties in Relation to Wheat Stem Sawfly Control. Sci. Agric, Ottawa, 15: 1, 30-38

Studies of South American plants, X. Noteworthy Myristicaceae and Vacciniaceae. J. Arnold Abor, 24: 460-71

Studies of Spanish peppers and their vitamin C content. Voeding. 1: 201-204

Studies of Spray Supplements for Grape Berry Moth Control. Bull. N. Y. St. agric. Exp. Sta, Geneva, N. Y., 703, 55-57

Studies of Staphylococcal Toxin, Toxoid and Antitoxin. III. The Effect of Ascorbic Acid upon Staphylococcal Lysins and Organisms. Kitasato Arch. exp. Med, 16: 36-55

Studies of Staphylococcal Toxin, Toxoid and Antitoxin. VII. Correlation of Serological - Classification with Pathogenicity of Staphylococci. Kitasato Arch. exp. Med, 16: 197-217

Studies of Staphyloeoceal Toxin. The Toxin-Red-Celi Reaction. J. Immunol, 35: 131-139

Studies of Streptococci: II. Quantitative Differences in Resistance to Sodium Bicarbonate and Hexylresorcinol. Journal of Bacteriology 31(4): 333-337

Studies of Streptococci: III. Preliminary Attempts to Correlate Resistance to Chemicals, etc., with Pathogenic Effects. Journal of Bacteriology 31(4): 339-346

Studies of Sulphanilamide Action on the Cow : Preliminary Report. Vet. Ext. Quart. Univ. Pa, 38: 70, 10-23

Studies of Sweet Potato stem rot control. Forty-eighth Ann. Rept. New Jersey Agric. Exper. Stat. for the year ending June 30, 1928. 225-232

Studies of Texas root rot in Arizona. Phytopath, 18: 11, 952-953

Studies of Ticks found in Manchoukuo. I. On two Species of Tick from Cattle at the Yamuyingtzu Stock-farm, near Wangyehmiao, Inner Mongolia, Manchoukuo.. Jap. J. vet. Sci, 1: 602-609

Studies of Total Erythroeyte and Leucocyte Counts of Fowls. I. Repeated Erythroeyte and Leucocyte Counts. Folia haemat, 53: 143-154

Studies of Total Erythroeyte and Leukocyte Counts of Fowls. II. Effect of 48-Hour Starvation on Total Erythroeyte and Leukocyte Counts. Amer. vet. med. Ass, 86: 594-596

Studies of Tuberculosis of Turkeys. J. Amer. Vet. Med. Ass, 80: 765-777

Studies of Typhus Vims in the Louse. Jl. Infect. Diseases. Chicago, Ill., 34: 1, 1-12

Studies Of Urobilin Elimination In The Normal And Anemic Dog. Journal of Experimental Medicine 28(3): 313-318

Studies of Vitamin B6 (adermin)with clinical experiments on seborrhea in infants. Ztschr. Kinder helik, 61: 613-625

Studies of Weevils (Rhynchophora) with Descriptions of new Genera and Species. Proc. U.S. National Museum. Washington, D.C., December 16th. 51: 461-473

Studies of West African grasslands. 1. Gramineae. Rev. Bot. Appl, 13: 845-92

Studies of Wireworm Populations. I. A Census of Wireworms in Pasture. Ann. appl. Biol, London, 31: 1, 52-64

Studies of Zenillia roseanae, B. & B., a Parasite of the European Corn Borer (Pyrausta nubilalis, Hb.). Proc. Ent. Soc, Washington, D.C., 23: 6, 127-139

Studies of a Drosophila Population in Equilibrium. C. R. Acad. Sci, 197: 1765-1767

Studies of a Filter Passing Infectious Agent Isolated from Ticks. V. Further Attempts to Cultivate in Cell-Free Media. Suggested Classification. Publ. Hlth Rep, Wash., 54: 1822-1827

Studies of a Malady in Sheep. J. Amer. vet. med. Ass, 93: 32

Studies of a Paralysis Syndrome Produced in Rabbits and Guinea Pigs by Extracts of Normal Primate Bone Marrow. American Journal of Pathology 12(3): 317-332.3

Studies of a Strain of Tryp. annamense Resistant to Tryparsamide. Bull. Soc. Path. exot, 29: 759-769

Studies of a haploid rye plant. Hereditas 25(2): 204-210

Studies of a new vegetable powder, vegomine. Schioeiz. med. Wochenschr, 70: 768-769

Studies of a small mammal population in Bagley Wood, Berkshire. Jour Animal Ecol 11(2): 182-197

Studies of a Telocentric Chromosome in Maize with Reference to the Stability of Its Centromere. Genetics 25(5): 483-520

Studies of a-dinitrophenol in the treatment of Obesity. Nord. med. Tidsskr, 8: 1088-1093

Studies of abnormal behavior in the rat. V. The inheritance of the neurotic pattern.. Jour Comp Psychol 30(2): 413-418

Studies of abnormal behavior in the rat. XIV. Strain differences in the inheritance of susceptibility to convulsions. Jour Comp Psychol 35(3): 327-335

Studies of abnormal limb postures in young brown cattle. 8. Schweiz. Arch. Tierheilk, 82: 333-343

Studies of adermin, vitamin B6. 1. Treatment of anaemia due to loss of blood in rabbits. Klin. Wochenschr, 19: 220-222

Studies of aerial Activities of Insects. J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis., 33: 4, 710 p

Studies of aftergrowth in Phleum pratense. Valt. Maatalousk. Julk, 112, 8

Studies of agricultural work. Kungl. Lantbruksakad. Tidskr, 83: 31-46

Studies of alete sugar. Ztschr. Kinderheilk, 59: 57-72

Studies of alternate bearing in the apple. Proc Amer Soc Hort Sci 41: 37-44

Studies of amino acid administration. 2. Clinical uses of an enzymatic digest of casein. J. Pediat, 24: 371-386

Studies of anaphylaxis in the albino rat with reference to diet and histamine. Jour Immunol 29(4): 301-317

Studies of anemia in pregnancy. 1. Gastric secretion in pregnancy and the puerperium. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 184: 655-662

Studies of anemia in pregnancy. 2. The relationship of dietary deficiency and gastric secretion to blood formation during pregnancy. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 184: 663-673

Studies of anemia of pregnancy. 3. The etiological relationship of gastric secretory defects and dietary deficiency to the hypochromic and macrocytic (pernicious) anemias of pregnancy and the treatment of these conditions. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 185: 539-551

Studies of aroma of bread. 1. Estimation of di-acetyl and acetoin in bread baked from sour dough and dough soured with other sours. Ztschr. Untersuch. Lebensmittel. 78: 458-464

Studies of ascorbic acid. Arch. exp. Pathol. Pharmakol, 190: 384-391

Studies of ascorbic add oxidase. 2. Purification and properties of ascorbic acid oxidase. J. Biochem. Tokyo. 29: 199-215

Studies of ascorbic add oxidase. 3. Peroxidase in porified ascorbic acid oxidase preparations. J. Biochem. Tokyo. 29: 217-223

Studies of asynapsis in rye. Hereditas 29(3/4): 475-495

Studies of avitaminosis. Toxic substance extracted from polished rice. Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 10: 67-68

Studies of barley genetics in Colorado. Proc. 7th Int. Genet. Congr, Edinburgh, August 23-30. 252

Studies of barn-dried hay. Agric. Engng. St. Joseph, Mich, 22: 170, 172

Studies of biological nitrogen fixation with isotopic nitrogen. Soil Sci Soc Am Proc 7: 258-262, 1942( )

Studies of biotin metabolism in man. 1. The excretion of biotin in human urine. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 204: 856-863

Studies of biotin metabolism in man. 2. The relationship between the biotin content of the diet and its output in the urine and faeces. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 204: 863-869

Studies of biotin metabolism in man. 3. The excretion of two biotin-like substances in urine. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 204: 869-875

Studies of blood calcium in tuberculous conditions. Rev. Tuberc. Paris. 1: 514-528

Studies of blood formation in the fetus and newborn. 3. The relation of anti-anemic principle. Assay of fetal liver and placenta extracts in cases of pernicious anemia and in mosquito larvae. Amer. J. Med, Sci, 193: 449-461

Studies of blood formation. 1. Arsenic in relation to blood formation. A new method of testing therapeutic agents in anaemia. Klin. Wochenschr, 12: 591-593

Studies of blood formation. 2. Iron and blood formation. Klin. Wochenschr, 12: 903-905

Studies of blood formation. 3. Two different liver factors with antianaemic action. Klin. Wochenschr, 13: 1601-1602

Studies of blood iodine. 1. Iodine content of blood as a measure of thyroid function. Technique of detection of blood iodine. Ztschr. klin. Med, 133: 503-512

Studies of blood iodine. 2. Blood iodine fractions. Ztschr. klin. Med, 133: 513-521

Studies of blood iodine. 3. Iodine quotient. Ztschr. klin. Med, 133: 522-525

Studies of blood iodine. 4. Effect of operations on blood iodine in exophthalmic goitre. Ztschr. klin. Med, 133: 526-531

Studies of blood iodine. 5. Effect of iodine and di-iodptyrosine on blood iodine. Iodine quotient and its significance for endocrine action. Ztschr. klin. Med, 133: 532-540

Studies of blood iodine. 6. Conservative methods of treatment: their effect on blood iodine quotient and clinical picture. Ztschr. klin. Med, 133: 541-551

Studies of blood lipoids. 1. Methods and normal values: physiological variations. Rev. din. espanola. 13: 64-72

Studies of blood lipoids. 2. Blood lipoids in thyroid disease. Rev. din. espanola. 13: 133-136

Studies of blood lipoids. 3. Blood lipoids in arterial disease. Rev. clin. espanola. 14: 73-76

Studies of blood nitrogen fractions in children. Ztschr. Kinderheilk, 59: 338-345

Studies of blood regeneration. Klin. Wochenschr, 15: 574-576

Studies of blood volume following removal of gastric juice. Klin. Wochenschr, 13: 1247-1248

Studies of blood volume. Blood volume in normal pregnancy and in arterial hypertension. Rev. med. Chile. 70: 956-961

Studies of bone formation. 10. Deficiency of ascorbic acid and repair of .experimental fractures. Trav. Soc. Chim, biol, 23: 1545-1554

Studies of bone formation. 9. Role of vitamin G and phosphaiase in the formation of bony tissue, particularly fracture callus. Trav. Soc. Chim, biol, 23: 1535-1545

Studies of bones of normal cattle and changes due to low calcium and phosphorus intake. Schweiz. Arch. f. Tierheilk, 75: 339-366

Studies of boron deficiency in Idaho soils. Jour Amer Soc Agron 31(6): 503-512

Studies of boron deficiency in grapefruit. Proc Ann Meet Florida State Hort Soc 56: 38-43

Studies of bovine mastitis. Rep. N.H. agric. Exp. Sta. 43. 1943. Bull. 351, 18

Studies of bovine piroplasmosis. Etudes sur les piro-plasmoses bovines, Algiers: Institut Pasteur d'Algerie, 816. Price: 4to,

Studies of breeding for increased efficiency. Proc. Amer. Soc. Anim. Prod, 263-265

Studies of bromide distribution in the blood. 1. In vitro experiments of bromide and chloride distribution. J. Biol. Chem, 92: 13-25

Studies of bromide distribution in the blood. 2. The distribution of bromides and chlorides in the blood of dogs following the oral administration of sodium bromide. J. Biol. Chem, 92: 27-32

Studies of c6-carboxylase. Biochem. Ztschr, 294: 188-214

Studies of calcification in vitro. 1. Calcification of the cartilage of rachitic rats in a solution of inorganic salts. Jahrb.f. Kinderheilk, 131: 203-215

Studies of calcium and phosphorus excretion. 20. The high calcium excretion in exophthalmic goiter is not due to vitamin D deficiency. J. Clin. Invest, 11: 1273-1279

Studies of calcium and phosphorus metabolism in the chick. 2. Relative antirachitic effectiveness of vitamins D2 and D3 and dihydrotachysterol administered parenterally. J. Nutrition. 26: 487-498

Studies of calcium and phosphorus metabolism in the chick. 3. Some time relationships in the action of vitamin D. J. Nutrition. 29: 229-235

Studies of calcium and phosphorus metabolism with special reference to pathogenesis and effects of dihydrotachysterol (A. T. 10) and iron. Medicine. 22: 103-161

Studies of calcium and phosphorus metabolism. 12. The effect of the ingestion of acid-producing substances. J. Clin. Invest, 10: 221-249. 3 figs

Studies of calcium and phosphorus metabolism. 13. The effect of ingestion of phosphates on the excretion of calcium. J. Clin. Invest, 10: 251-269

Studies of calcium and phosphorus metabolism. 14. The relation of acid-base balance to phosphate balance following ingestion of phosphates. J. Clin. Invest, 11: 391-410

Studies of calcium and phosphorus metabolism. 16. The influence of the pituitary gland. J. Clin. Invest, 20: 295-301

Studies of calcium and phosphorus metabolism. 18. On temporary fluctuations in the level of calcium and inorganic phosphorus in blood serum of normal individuals. J. Clin. Invest, 10: 271-286

Studies of calcium and phosphorus metabolism. 19. The effect of diet on urinary acid and ammonia excretion in man. J. Lab. and Clin. Med, 18: 669-679

Studies of calcium and phosphorus metabolism. 9. Deposition of calcium in bone in healing scorbutus. Arch. Pathol, 11: 380-382

Studies of calcium retention by the growing and adult organism. Klin. Wochenschr, 10: 1067-1068

Studies of capacity for work and of prognosis in diabetics. Ztschr. klin. Med, 136: 399-406

Studies of capillary fragility in children of school age. Quad. Nutrizione. 6: 527-552

Studies of capillary resistance. 2. Lowering of capillary resistance in patients on diet, especially diet for ulcer, and the effect of vitamin C from hips. Hospitalatidende. 77: 1052-1060

Studies of capillary resistance. 4. Low capillary resistance in achlorhydrics, improved in some cases by vitamin C in others not, even by intravenous administration. Hoapitalstidende. 78: 496-503

Studies of carbohydrate metabolism in akin diseases. Klin. Wockenachr, 22: 410-412

Studies of carotenoid pigments in fishes. 2. Investigations of the effects of coloured backgrounds and of ingested carotenoids on the xanthophyll content of Girella nigricans. J. Exp. Zool, 71: 101-123

Studies of carotenoid pigments in fishes. 3. The effects of ingested carotenoids upon the xanthophyll content of Fundulus parvipinnis. Proc Nation Acad Sci 21(6): 330-340

Studies of certain coastal sand dune plants of southern California. Ecol Monogr 6(1): 1-87

Studies of certain fungi of economic importance in the decay of building timbers, with special reference to the factors which favour their development and dissemination. United States Dept. Agric. Bull, 1053: 41

Studies of certain new wetting agents and their application with insecticides and fungicides. Jour Econ Ent 29(4): 714-722

Studies of chloride metabolism and kidney function in rabbits. Ztschr. ges. exp. Med, 96: 692-697

Studies of cholesterol metabolism. Arch. exp. Pathol. Pharmakol, 198: 536-542

Studies of cholesterol metabolism. 1. A gravimetric method for the estimation of free and bound cholesterol in small quantities of blood. Biochem. Ztschr, 231: 103-109

Studies of cholesterol metabolism. Mode of action of the artichoke. 2. Arch. exp. Pathol. Pharmakol. 198: 683-688

Studies of chromosomal association and behavior and occurrence of aneuploidy in autotetraploid grass species, orchard grass, tall oat grass, and crested wheatgrass. Bot Gaz 102(2): 236-255

Studies of chronaxia in tetany. Treatment with Blum's diet. Klin. Wochenschr, 12: 1018-1021

Studies of clay particles with the electron microscope : I. Shapes of clay particles. Soil Sci, 52: 481-487

Studies of clay particles with the electron microscope. III. Hydro-dynamic considerations in relation to shape of particles. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer., 1943. 7: 58-68

Studies of clay particles with the electron microscope: II. The fractionation of beidellite, nontronite, magnesium bentonite, and attapulgite. Soil Sci, 54: 149-158

Studies of clover rot and its share in the destruction of clover in clover-grass mixtures. Pflanzenbau, 16: 201-5

Studies of combined treatment with calcium and vitamin C. Med. Klin, 37: 165-166

Studies of complete sand partial vitamin deficiencies in domestic animals 1.. Acta Vitaminologiae. 1: 36-57

Studies of conformation and fattening capacity in German Edelsch wein. Ztschr. Zuchtung [B], 47: 103-139

Studies of copper-lime arsenite dusts for control of Wheat bunt. Phytopathology, 27: 2, 138 p

Studies of costs and losses of nutrients in the artificial drying of various green fodders and sugar beet leaves. Forschungsdienst, 12: 592-600

Studies of cotton minks with reference to heredity and blood elements. Fur Jour 9(12): 3-5

Studies of crop production in the United States, 1940 to 1948. Plant Husbandry, Uppsala, 1, 86

Studies of crossing-over in heterozygous inversions. I. Single crossing-over. Biol. Z, Mosk., 4: 673-686

Studies of crown rot of apple trees. Canadian Jour Res Sect C Bot Sci 20(9): 457-490

Studies of crystalline vitamin B. 4. Injection method of assay. J. Nutrition. 10: 25-33

Studies of crystalline vitamin B. 5. The effect of graduated doses on growing rats. J. Nutrition. 10: 35-44

Studies of crystalline vitamin B. 6. The effect of graduated doses on pigeons. J. Nutrition. 10: 161-166

Studies of crystalline vitamin B1 8. Sulflte cleavage. 2. Chemistry of the acidic product. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 57: 1093-1095

Studies of crystalline vitamin B1. 10. Sulfite cleavage. 3. Chemistry of the basic product. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 57: 1849-1851

Studies of crystalline vitamin B1. 11. Presence of quaternary nitrogen. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 57: 1856-1860

Studies of crystalline vitamin B1. 12. The sulphurcontaining moiety. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 57: 1876-1881

Studies of crystalline vitamin B1. 13. Ultraviolet absorption of some derivatives of the basic cleavage product and their synthetic analogs. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 57: 1887-1888

Studies of crystalline vitamin B1. 14. Sulphite cleavage. 4. The thiazole half. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 58: 1803-1805

Studies of crystalline vitamin B1. 16. Identification of the pyrimidine portion. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 59: 530-533

Studies of crystalline vitamin B1. 17. Synthesis of vitamin B1. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 59: 1052-1054

Studies of crystalline vitamin B1. 2. Elementary composition and ultraviolet absorption. J.Amer. Chem. Soc, 57: 517-520

Studies of crystalline vitamin B1. 3. Cleavage of vitamin with snlfite. J.Amer. Chem. Soc, 57: 536-537

Studies of crystalline vitamin B1. 9. Action of concentrated hydrochloric acid. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 57: 1751-1752

Studies of cultivated varieties of Rubus and their hybrids. II. Description and selection of clonal races of some cultivated blackberries and hybrid berries, including loganberries. Jour Pomol And Hort Sci 18(4): 368-378

Studies of cultivated varieties of Rubus and their hybrids. III. A comparative trial of Loganberry and Phenomenal Berry plants grown under different methods of training and spraying to control cane spot disease. J. Pomol. 18: 4, 379-393

Studies of daily variations in milk yield and fat content. Kungl. Lantbruksakad. Tidskr, 1, 59-90

Studies of dennatophytic fungi with reference to the susceptibility of Guinea Pigs. Pap. Mich. Acad. Sci, 24: 57-61

STUDIES OF DIABETES MELLITUS: Evidence That the Disability is Concerned Solely with the Metabolism of Glucose. The Mode of Action of Insulin. Journal of Clinical Investigation 11(5): 995-1002

Studies of dicoumarin-3.3'-methylenebis-(4-hydroxycoumarin). I. Historical survey and preliminary experiments. Arq. Inst. biol. Sao Paulo. 14: 293-309

Studies of dietary requirements for lactation. IX. Vitamin L deficiency in mice. Sci. Pap, Inst. phys. chem. Res, Tokyo, 36: 312-334

Studies of dietary requirements for lactation. VIII. Effect of withdrawal of vitamin LI during lactation. Sci. Pap, Inst. phys. chem. Res, Tokyo, 36: 312-334

Studies of dietary requirements for lactation. X. Notes on the methods for vitamin L tests. Sci. Pap, Inst. phys. chem. Res, Tokyo, 36: 312-334

Studies of different cultures of Rhizobium leguminosarum and of gypsum and straw for seed pea production. Iowa State Coll Jour Sci 15(4): 415-423

Studies of digestion in the dog. Amer Jour Physiol 135(1): 6-19

Studies of diploid and tetraploid clones of lucerne (Medicago sp.), Medicago lupulina and Melilotas officinalis. Z. Pflanzenz, 26: 214-22

Studies of diseases of cultivated plants, chiefly of the Potato, related to mosaic. Zemedelsky Archiv, 15: 9-10, 459-482

Studies of diseases of muscle. 8. Metabolism of calcium, phosphorus and magnesium in progressive muscular dystrophy, myotonia atrophica and familial periodic paralysis. Arch. Neurol. Psychiat. Chicago. 41: 1130-1137

Studies of dodder transmission of plant viruses. Phytopath 34(10): 905-932

Studies of dosage with vitamin C in athletic female students. Deutsch med. Wochenschr, 65: 60

Studies of early mortality, sex ratio and selection. 5. Infant mortality. Ztschr. Kinderheilk, 64: 1-85

Studies of enzyme treatment in digestive disturbances. Wien. klin. Wochenschr, 54: 203-205

Studies of errors in body-length measure-ments. Jap. J. Med. Sci. 3. Biophys, 6: 78

Studies of evaporation and transpiration under controlled conditions. CARNEGIE INST WASHINGTON PUBL 550: iii + 48p

Studies of excretion of riboflavin in normal and adrenalectomised animals under different conditions. Ztschr. Vitaminforsch, 13: 77-101

Studies of experimental parathyroid insufficiency. 1. Mineral content of the serum of the dog in acute and latent tetany. Arch, internat. Physiol. 44: 516-528

Studies of experimental parathyroid insufficiency. 3. Effect of insulin on blood calcium in normal dogs and in dogs with latent tetany. Arch, internat. Physiol. 44: 535-541

Studies of experimental vitamin B6 deficiency in the albino rat. 2. Nitrogen metabolism, (b) Action of pyridoxine on the minimum endogenous nitrogen consumption. Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 17: 324-325

Studies of experimental vitamin B6 deficiency in the albino rat. 3. The metabolism of fats, (a) The fats of the liver. Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 17: 325-326

Studies of experimental vitamin B6 deficiency in the albino rat. 3. The metabolism of fats, (b) The absorption of fats in rats deprived of the vitamin. Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 17: 326-327

Studies of experimental vitamin B6 deficiency in the albino rat. 4. The glycogen content of the liver and muscles of rats deprived of .the vitamin. Boll. Soc, ital. Biol. sper, 17: 327-328

Studies of fall and spring applications of nitrogen fertilizers to apple trees. Proc. Amer. Soc. hort. Sci. for 1936. 33: 120-3. bibl. 5

Studies of family living in the United States and other countries: an analysis of material and method. U. S. Dept. Agric. Misc. Pub. No. 223. U. S. Dept. Agric., Dec. 617

Studies of fat and carbohydrate oxidation in mammalian spermatozoa. Arch. Biochem. 6: 53-61

Studies of fat metabolism in lactation. J. Biol. Chem, 109: Ixi

Studies of fat metabolism with deuterium as indicator. 1. The question of essential fatty acids. Helv. chim. Acta. 25: 1313-1318

Studies of fat metabolism. 10. Feeding triglycerides of saturated monobasic acids to dogs. Hoppe-Seyler's Ztschr, 247: 111-114

Studies of fat metabolism. 2. Use of the haemolipocrit method ; physiology and pathology of hyperlipaemia in some diseases especially idiopathic steatorrhoea (sprue, nontropical sprue, intestinal infantilism). Hospitalstidende. 79: 1009-1031

Studies of fat metabolism. 5. Degradation of unsaturated fatty acids in man. Ztschr. f. physiol. Chem, 230: 207-215

Studies of fat metabolism. 8. Feeding the sodium salts of normal saturated dicarboxylic acids to dogs. Hoppe-Seylre's Ztschr, 250: 47-56

Studies of feed value of early hay. (Agric. Exp. Stat. Univ. New Hampshire Stat. Circular No. 41). Studies of feed value of early hay, Agric. Exp. Stat. Univ. New Hampshire Stat.,

Studies of fiber from Cannabis sativa (I). Relation of constituents of fiber to the growth periods and sex. On the value of the fiber from wooden parts of hemp as pulp. Bull. Agric. Chem. Soc, Japan, 16: 731-38

Studies of fish in the lake region. Rev. Fac. Agran. Vet. Buenos Aires. 11: 116-147

Studies of five introduced grasses. Australia Council for Scientific and Industrial Research Pamphlet. 63, 32

Studies of floral biology in Vicia villosa. Pflanzen-bau, 18: 311-20

Studies of flowering, fertilization, and floral abnormalities in Tri-folium repens L. Futter saatbau, 1: 4, 1-84

Studies of fluorescence in lead poisoned rabbits with and without calcium. Virchows Arch, 290: 492-500

Studies of fluorine compounds for controlling the codling moth. U S Dept Agric Tech Bull 373: 1-22

Studies of food rationing made by the Academy of Medicine. Bull. Soc. sci. Hyg. aliment, 29: 72-79

Studies of food utilisation in health and disease. 5. Food utilisation in Graves' disease. Deutsch. Ztschr. Verdauungsu. Stoffwechselkr, 8: 65-87

Studies of foot rot of the broad bean. Zbl. Bakt, 106: 38-50

Studies of forage plants. I. Peruvian lucerne. Rev. Fac. Agron. Univ. Montevideo, 14, 91-127

Studies of frenching of Tobacco. Kentucky Agric. Exper. Stat. Res. Bull, 349: 63-109

Studies of fruitfulness in cacao. I. A note on the abscission of the flower. II. Evidence for partial sterility. First Ann. Report on Cacao Research for I.C.T.A., Trinidad, 24-8. bibl. 2

Studies of fruitfulness in cacao. III. Factors affecting fruit setting. Second Ann. Report on Cacao Research for 1933. 29-36. bibl. 10

Studies of fruitfulness in cacao. IV. An experiment designed to test the gross effects of applications of nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus on the cacao tree. Third Ann. Rept. on Cacao Research for I.C.T.A., Trinidad, 28-32. bibl. 3

Studies of fruitfulness in cacao. V. Conditional self-compatibility and its implications. 4th Ann. Rep. Cacao Res. Trinidad. publ. 1935. 17

Studies of fruitfulness in cacao. VI. First year observation in an experiment designed to test the gross effects of applications of nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus on the cacao tree. Fourth Annu. Rep. on Cacao Research for, 1935. 19-25. bibl. 1

Studies of fruitfulness in cacao. VII. Ovule loss at fertilisation. 4th Ann. Rep. Cacao Res. Trinidad. publ. 1935. 26-32

Studies of fruitfulness in cacao. VII. Ovule loss at fertilization. Fourth Annu. Rep. on Cacao Research for, 1935. 26-32

Studies of fruitfulness in cacao. X. Fifth annu. Rep. on Cacao Research for I.C.T.A., Trinidad,

Studies of gallbladder function. 12. The composition of white bile.. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 190: 655-659

Studies of gastric digestion in the dog. Nord. med. Tidskr, 15: 1-7

Studies of genetic viability in the fowl. Studies of genetic viability in the fowl 3p

Studies of genetical problems by the method of specific protective proteinases. I. Studies of inbred strains. Fermentforschung, 15: 49-92

Studies of germination in cereals. I. Temperature at germination, and stage of maturity. Z. Pflanzenz, 24: 165-85

Studies of grain, flour and bread. Forachungadienst, 6: 484-501

Studies of grapefruit fertilization in Arizona. Proc Amer Soc Hort Sci 37: 62-67, 1939( )

Studies of grasses. 1. The influence of continuous selfing upon development and yield in Phleum pratense. Mem. Inst. polon. Econ. rur, 15: 227-41

Studies of grasses. 2. A study of Alopecurus pratensis, A. arundinaceus, and forms transitional between them. Mem. Inst. polon. Econ. rur, 15: 242-320

Studies of gray-wall of tomato. Proc Amer Soc Hort Sci 40: 445-454

Studies of growth and fruit bud formation No. 5. Observations during two seasons on South Australian apples. J. Dep. Agric. S. Aust, 38: 1129-39

Studies of growth and fruit bud formation. I. A year's observations on Victorian apples. J. Dept. Agr, Victoria, (Australia), 30: 349-61. bibl. 40

Studies of growth and fruit bud formation. II. A year's observations on Victorian pears. J. Dept. Agr, Victoria (Australia), 30: 463-8. bibl. 9

Studies of growth and fruit bud formation. III. A year's observations on Victorian plums. J. Dept. Agr. Victoria. Australia, 31: 37-52. bibl. 15

Studies of growth and fruit bud formation. IV. A year's observations on growth and fruit bud formation in the apricot and peach. J. Dept. Agr. Victoria. Australia, 31: 37-52. bibl. 15

Studies of growth and fruit bud formation. VI. A summary of observations during the seasons 1930/31 to 1934/35. J. Coun. sci. industr. Res. Aust, 11: 61-70. bibl. 8

Studies of growth in herbage and forage plants. J. Landw, 86: 1-48

Studies of growth in pigs. 2. Energy exchange in pigs. 162nd Rep. Res. Lab., Vet. and Agric. Coll., Copenhagen. 269

Studies of growth in pigs. 3. A. Calcium and phosphorus metabolism in young growing pigs. 163rd Rep. Res. Lab., Vet. and Agric. Coll., Copenhagen. 1-57

Studies of growth in pigs. 3. B. Quantitative estimation of phosphoric acid. 163rd Rep. Res. Lab., Vet. and Agric. Coll., Copenhagen, 59-91

Studies of growth in pigs. C. Quantitative estimation of calcium in feeding stuffs and metabolic products. 163rd Rep. Res. Lab., Vet. and Agric. Coll., Copenhagen, 59-91

Studies of growth in pigs. D. Estimation of calcium in blood plasma. 163rd Rep. Res. Lab., Vet. and Agric. Coll., Copenhagen, 59-91

Studies of growth substances in birch sap. C.R. Lab. Carlsberg, Ser. physiol, 23: 1, 1-15

Studies of haemoglobinuria. Acta med. scand, 95: 319-340

Studies of haemosiderosis in blood destruction. 1. Experiments on acclimatised rats. Virchows Arch, 312: 652-659

Studies of haemosiderosis in blood destruction. 2. Haemosiderosis in infants. Virchows Arch, 312: 660-667

Studies of hemeralopia. On the occurrence of a state of vitamin A deficiency. Klin. Woch-enschr, 18: 429-431

Studies of homeostasis in normal, sympathectomized and ergotaminized animals. 3. The effect of insulin. Amer. J. Physiol, 104: 190

Studies of human colostrum. The feeding of infants in the first five days of life. Rev. Asoc. argent. Dietol. 2: 6, 107-113

Studies of hydrolysis effects upon soil colloids. I. Hydrolysis of various colloids with water as the hydrolysing medium. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. (1938), 3: 94-99

Studies of hypoglycaemia. Arch. Mal. Appar. digest, 29: 41-55

Studies of impregnated tree banding materials. IV. Apple blossom weevil and codling moth experiments. Annu. Rep. East Malling Res. Sta. for, 1938. A.21: 213-8. bibl. 1

Studies of incidence of dental caries in children at puberty. J. Dent. Res, 14: 214-215

Studies of incompatibility between some varieties of Prunus divaricata, P. armeniaca and P. persica and peach varieties grafted thereon. Annu. Univ. Sofia Fac. Agron. Sylvicult. Livre Agron 20: 189-218

Studies of incurable rickets. 2. Role of the local factor and of viosterol in the pathogenesis of rickets due to beryllium. J. Biol Chem, 108: 395-401

Studies of individual layers. Ohio Agric. Exp. Stat. Bimonthly Bull, 19: 186-189

Studies of individual layers. Proc. 7th World's Poult. Congr. Expos, Cleveland, 443-448

Studies of individual plants in the breeding of grasses. Z. PflZuchtg, 25: 38-60

Studies of inheritance in crosses between Bond, Avena byzantina, and varieties of A. sativa. Tech Bull Minnesota Agric Exp Sta 137: 1-36

Studies of Inheritance in Lop-Eared Rabbits. Genetics 21(4): 297-309

Studies of insect damage to cotton with reference to soil-conservation practices. Jour Econ Entom 34(6): 737-741

Studies of intensity of plant population in wheat-fields. N. Z. J. Sci. Tech, 20: 156-63A

Studies of intestinal absorption. 4. Intestinal absorption in gastrectomised dogs. Rev. din. espanola. 15: 106-107

Studies of iron metabolism in a case of hemochromatosis. Ann. Int. Med, 12: 1592-1603

Studies of ketonaemia by Lauersen's method in diabetes mellitus and other diseases. Ztschr. klin. Med, 134: 325-337

Studies of laccase. 2. taccase in place of ascorbic acid oxidase. Bull. Soc. Chim. biol, 27: 396-398

Studies of lactobacilli in relation to caries in rats. 1. Effect of feeding lactobacilli with caries-producing diets. J. Dent. Res, 14: 231

Studies of lactobacilli in relation to caries in rats. 2. Attempt to immunize rats, on cariesproducing diets, against lactobacilli. J. Dent. Res, 14: 231-232

Studies of lactobacilli in relation to caries in rats. 3. Influence of coprophagy on aerobic mouth flora. J. Dent. Res, 14: 232-233

Studies of lactose assimilation in diabetics. Effect of galactose on glucose assimilation. Ztschr. ges. exp. Med, 100: 248-255

Studies of lard. 1. With reference to the crude fats used. Shorn. csk. Akad. Zemed, 18: 117-123

Studies of lard. 2. With reference to the rendering process. Shorn. csk. Akad. Zemed, 18: 124-129

Studies of lard. 3. With reference to transport, packing and Storage. Shorn. csk. Akad. Zemed, 18: 129-134

Studies of latent scurvy in infants. 1. Capillary resistance of newly born children and during the first year of life. Acta. paediat, 19: 320-327

Studies of latent scurvy in infants. 2. Content of ascorbic (cevitamic) acid in the blood-serum of women in labour and in children at birth. Acta. paediat, 19: 328-334

Studies of lathyrism. 5. Nature of a neurological syndrome in rats fed on chick peas (cicerism). Rev. clin. espanola. 8: 89-94

Studies of lathyrism. 6. Correlation of clinical and experimental data to determine the etiology of lathyrism. Rev. clin. espanola. 8: 154-167

Studies of lathyrism. 7. Effect of liver extract on the absorption of Lathyrus protein. Rev. clin. espanola. 8: 244-247

Studies of lathyrism. 8. Factors favouring and protecting from lathyrism. Rev. din. espanola. 14: 76-82

Studies of lead in muscle and skin of cattle showing saturnism. Bull. Acad. vet. France. 9: 122-123

Studies of lecithin soap. 2. Effect of lecithin soap upon vitamin A. Amer. J. Pharm, 110: 533-538

Studies of liberal citrus intakes. 1. J. Nutrition. 23: 409-416

Studies of light and ecology in grassland communities. Beih. bot. Cbl, 229-48

Studies of lignosulphonic acids and ionic exchange agents on a lignin basis.. Chemie, 57: 9/12, 78

Studies of lipase action. I. Lipase action in normal milk. Jour Dairy Sci 22(3): 127-136

Studies of lipase action. II. The activation of milk lipase by temperature changes. Jour Dairy Sci 22(3): 137-147

Studies of lipase action. III. Lipase action in the milk of individual cows. Jour Dairy Sci 22(3): 149-152

Studies of listerellosis. VI. Isolation of Listerella monocytogenes from liver of pig. Proc. Soc. exp. Biol, N.Y., 58: 351-352

Studies of maintenance rations for rabbits. Ztschr. Tierzucht. Zucht-ungsbiol, 42: 128-138

Studies of male reproduction in captive African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus). Animal Reproduction Science 100(3-4): 338-355

Studies of malnutrition. 1. General clinical picture and its development. Rev. clin. espanola, 6: 289-303

Studies of malnutrition. 2. Chemical changes in organs in experimental protein deficiency. Rev. clin. espanola, 6: 371-383

Studies of malnutrition. 3. Plasma protein and its fractions during deficiency and recovery. Rev. clin. espanola, 6: 383-405

Studies of malnutrition. 4. Oedema, plasma protein and diuresis: their interrelation. Rev. clin. espanola, 7: 25-43

Studies of malnutrition. 5. Sedimentation rate: relationship of changes to plasma proteins and to refeeding. Rev. clin. espanola, 7: 184-189

Studies of malnutrition. 6. Further observations on the production of oedema by low protein diets. Rev. clin. espanola, 10: 302-305

Studies of mature asparagus plantings with special reference to sex survival and rooting habits. Proc Amer Soc Hort Sci 36: 513-514, 1938( )

Studies of media for determining total bacterial counts of ice cream. Sci Agric [Ottawa] 19(2): 69-80

Studies of metabolism and other physiological data during the feeding of sweet lupin and crimson clover green fodder mixtures to pregnant mares. Ztschr. Tiererndhrung Futtermittelk, 5: 113-154

Studies of metabolism and vitamin C balance after cold sea water, hot water, and moor water bathing. Deutsch. med. Woch. enschr, 65: 447-449

Studies of metabolism during feeding with acidified whole milk. Arch. Kinderheilk, 110: 193-212

Studies of metamorphosis and control of injurious species of the Tipulidae. Landw. Jb, 90: 329-31

Studies of methods of radical prophylaxis of equine strongylosis in horses kept in droves. Trud. XV Plen. vet. Sekt. Akad. sel' khoz. Nauk, Mosc, 173-180

Studies of methyl bromide in greenhouse and vault fumigation. U S Dept Agric Tech Bull 853: 1-20

Studies of microbial activity, chlorate reduction, and chlorate toxicity in soils treated with sodium chlorate. Jour Agric Res 68(5): 221-237

Studies of milk as the sole constituent in the diet of the chick. Poultry Sci 22(4): 299-300

Studies of milk separator slime. Schr. konigsb. gelehrt. Ges. naturw. Kl, 18: 2, 17-29

Studies of mineral metabolism. Mechanism of the action of the parathyroid on phosphorus metabolism in the kidney. Arch, internal. Physiol. 43: 253-266

Studies of mitosis and meiosis in comparison. I. A morphological analysis of meiosis. Cytologia 11(2): 217-244

Studies of mitosis and meiosis in comparison. II. Chromosome structure in the spiral stage and anaphase in mitosis as revealed by means of a maceration method. Cytologia. Tokyo, 11: 429-35

Studies of mitosis and meiosis in comparison. III. Behaviour of chromonemata in the pre-leptotene stage in meiosis. Cytologia. Tokyo, 11: 473-82

Studies of mitosis and meiosis in comparison. IV. A contribution to the study of the origin of the bouquet and its formation. Cytologia. Tokyo, 11: 483-92

Studies of mitosis and meiosis in comparison. V. Some experimental observations of mitosis in Tradescantia staminate hairs. Cytologia. Tokyo, 12: 21-43

Studies of monosporous cultures of Septoria bromigena. Phytopath 29(6): 554-556

Studies of monozygotic twin heifers with special reference to the amide question. 2. Zuchtungskunde. 14: 401-412

Studies of multiple allelo-morphic series in the house-mouse. IV. Quantitative comparisons of melanins from members of the albino series. J. Genet, 36: 145-152

Studies of multiple allelomorphic series in the house-mouse. I. Description of agouti and albino series of allelomorphs. J. Genet, 33: 443-453

Studies of multiple allelomorphic series in the house-mouse. II. Methods for the quantitative estimation of melanin. J. Genet, 34: 1-18

Studies of multiple allelomorphic series in the house-mouse. III. A spectrophotometric study of mouse melanin. J. Genet, 36: 139-143

Studies of nitrate and ammonia in soils under permanent pasture. IV. The effect of urine and urea on soil nitrate and ammonia. New Zealand Jour Sci And Tech 25a(3): 118-124

Studies of nitrogen and fat metabolism on infants and children with pancreatic fibrosis. Jour Pediatrics 23(3): 267-279

Studies of noristic development in the St. Lawrence region. Contr. Lab. Bot. Univ. Montreal, 27, 1-246

Studies of normal development of the New Zealand White strain of rabbit. I. Oogenesis. II. External morphology of the embryo. Amer. J. Anat, 72: 473-515

Studies of nuclear structure in vegetative and reproductive cells of Nicotiana sylvestris (n, 2n and 4n). Amer. J. Bot, 24: 90-95

Studies of nutrition. The physique and health of two African tribes. PRIVY COUNCIL MED RES COUNCIL [GR BRIT] SPEC EEPT SER NO 155: 82p

Studies of obesity. 6. Digestion and absorption in obese and thin subjects. Rev. din. espanola. 13: 11-12

Studies of ocular tests for vitamin A deficiency in children of school age. Rev. franc. Pediat, 14: 209-223

Studies of optimum operation on automatic milking system. Journal of Rakuno Gakuen University Natural Science 31(2): 245-300

Studies of osmosis in Mangroves. Berichte der schweizerischen botanischen Gesellschaft, Zurich. 51: 401-22

Studies of ossification. 12. First stages of calcification of the skeleton (teeth and bones) and role of phosphatase in ossification. Trav. Soc. Chim. biol. 24: 1186-1195

Studies of ossification. 3. Phosphatase of the long bones at different stages of growth. Bull Soc. Chim. biol, 19: 1314-1324

Studies of ossification. 8. Content of phosphorus and calcium in fracture callus and the biochemistry of bone repair. Trav. Soc. Chim. biol, 23: 1149-1155

Studies of ossification. Activity of the phosphatase of long bones at different stages of growth. C.R. Soc. Biol. 125: 1064-1066

Studies of pancreatic function. 1. The determination of the lipidolytic enzymes of blood serum . J. Lab. Clin. Med, 28: 1368-1379

Studies of pancreatic function. 2. The effect of injury to the pancreas or the liver upon the amylase and lipidase content of the blood. J. Lab. Clin. Med, 28: 1334-1344

Studies of pantothenic acid deficiency in dogs. Jour Nutrition 27(5): 425-433

Studies of paprika pigment. 11. Isomerisation properties. Liebigs Ann, 543: 248-257

Studies of parasites in Oregon sheep on irrigated pastures. Sta Bull Oregon Agric Exp Sta 402: 1-16

Studies of pasture management. N. H. Agric. Expt. Sta. Bull, 326: 24

Studies of pathogenesis and resistance in Pea wilt caused by Fusarium orthoceras var. pisi. Phytopath, 21: 8, 797-826

Studies of pepsin in human gastric juice. 3. Physiologic aspects. Amer. J. Digest. Dis. Nutrit, 3: 35-41

Studies of pepsin in human gastric juice. 5. Its prognostic value. Amer. J. Digest. Dis. Nutrit, 3: 101-102

Studies of perennial canker disease of the Apple. Phytopath, 20: 10, 851-852

Studies of peristalsis of small intestine in situ. Arch. f. exp. Pathol. u. Pharmakol, 167: 72-73

Studies of perosis in chicks. Wiss. Ber. 6. Weltgeflugelkongr., Berlin and Leipzig. 2: 155-158

Studies of pests of cultivated plants. Der Pflanzer, Dar-es-Salaam, Jan. 10: 1, 36-39

Studies of phosphorus of blood. 1. The partition of phosphorus in whole blood and serum, the serum calcium and plasma phosphatase from birth to maturity. J. Biol. Chem, 102: 749-765

Studies of phosphorus of blood. 3. The phosphorus partition in whole blood and in serum and the serum calcium and plasma phosphatase during healing of late rickets. Amer. J. Dis. Child, 49: 79-90

Studies of phosphorus of blood. 4. Phosphorus partition in the blood of children with disease. Amer. J. Dis. Child, 50: 1164-1172

Studies of phosphorus of blood. 5. A comparative study of acid and enzymatic hydrolysis of the acid-soluble organic phosphorus, with particular reference to the phosphoglycerate fraction. J. Biol. Chem, 115: 567-581

Studies of phosphorus transference in glycolysis and glycogenolysis. Acta Biol. exp, 12: 34-39

Studies of photo-periodism in the tropics. Forschungsdienst. 10: 550-3

Studies of physiology and milk secretion in a cow which lactated continuously for over three years. Ztschr. Zuchtung [B. 37: 1

Studies of phytopathogenic bacteria. Abstr. Thes. Cornell Univ, 349-350

Studies of plant chimaeras. Acta Univ, Lund., 40: 7, 1-68

Studies of plant physiology. I. Effect of insulin on the plant cell. An. Inst. Biol., Mexico. 43-8

Studies of plasma proteins and cholesterol in normal white and coloured individuals, and in negroes with arteriosclerosis. J. Lab. Clin. Med, 21: 340-346

Studies of plum pollen, its appearance and germination. Jour Agric Res 67(9): 337-358

Studies of pollen germination of certain species and interspecific hybrids of Prunus. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci, 29: 122-26

Studies of pollination in apricots and cherries. Ital. Agric, 71: 1103-12. bibl. 9

Studies of potassium metabolism in normal and toxaemic pregnancy. Zentralbl. Gyndkol, 60: 2310-2313

Studies of power of visual distinction in relation to diet. Hospitalstidende. 80: 473-476

Studies of prairie hay in North Central Nebraska. Nebraska, Agricultural Experiment Station Res. Bull, 60, 54

Studies of problems in the testing of disinfectants. Z. Hyg. InfektKr, 123: 2, 239-287

Studies of prolactin in the fowl pituitary. I. Broody hens compared with laying hens and males. Proc Soc Exp Biol And Med 34(5): 841-844

Studies of prolactin in the fowl pituitary. II. Effects of genetic constitution with respect to broodiness on prolactin content. Proc Soc Exp Biol And Med 34(5): 844-846

Studies of psittacosis. III. Epidemiology of an outbreak occurring in 1942. Rev. Inst. bact. B. Aires, 12: 347-354

Studies of quality in canning corn. Jour Amer Soc Agron 29(9): 735-753

Studies of raindrop erosion. Agric Engineering 25(4-5): 131-136, 181-182

Studies of reduced schedules for control of apple insects in Connecticut. Jour Econ Ent 36(2): 211-214

Studies of relationships between nutritional deficiencies and (a) facial and dental arch deformities and (b) loss of immunity to dental caries among South Sea Islanders and Florida Indians. Dent. Cosmos. 77: 1033-1045

Studies of relatively normal obese individuals during and after dietary restrictions. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 181: 301-312. 5 figs

Studies of reproduction in the rat. 1. The effect of changes in the protein upon fertility, pregnancy, and lactation. New England J. Med, 209: 1105-1109

Studies of reproduction in the rat. 2. The effect of changes in energy production upon fertility, pregnancy, and lactation. New England J. Med, 209: 1160-1162

Studies of reproduction in the rat. 3. Vitamin E neutralized when mixed with lard. New England J. Med, 209: 1235-1236

Studies of reproduction in the rat. 4. On the occurrence of spontaneous amputation in young growing rats whose mothers were on certain diets. New England J. Med, 209: 1277-1279

Studies of rice bran. Munch. med. Wochenschr, 86: 290-292

Studies of rickets and related bone disease. 6. Effect of proportions of salt in the food and of vitamin D on the utilisation of minerals by the organism. Mezogazdas. kutatas, 12: 251-262

Studies of rickets and related bone diseases. 3. Experiments on dogs. Arch. wise, prakt. Tierheilk, 74: 421-432

Studies of rickets and related bone diseases. 7. Effect of diet containing excess of calcium or phosphorus on the alkali reserve and buffering powerof the blood of young pigs. Mezogaadas. kutatas, 13: 1-8

Studies of ringworm. Part I. Microsporum audouini infection in India. Indian med. Gaz, Ixxix: 2, 51-55

Studies of ripening of sugarcane in Louisiana and of effect of topping upon yields of cane and sugar per acre. Circ. U.S. Dep. Agric, 368, 32

Studies of root nodule formation in the principal varieties of clover, vetch, and peas and in lupins. Kiserletugyi Kozlemenyek, 35: 189-97

Studies of ropy cream. Milchw. Forsch, 20: 39-50

Studies of rotenone Sprays for Cabbage Worm Control. Bull. N. Y. St. agric. Exp. Sta, 698, 48-50

Studies of school children in the wine growing district of Baden. Arch. Hyg. Bakteriol, 118: 155-179

Studies of scion rooting in 27-year-old pears and bush apples. Gartenbauwiss, 10: 610-50. bibl. 42

Studies of seasonal dimorphism in plants. Contributions to the problem of meadow-type semi-cultivated plant communities. II. Beitr. Biol. Pfl, 27: 1-91

Studies of seed dormancy and tendency to sprouting in the ear in cereal varieties (Triticum sativum and Hordeum sativum). Landw. Jbr, 89: 202-42

Studies of seed germination and synthetic growth substances. I. Effect of steeping temperature and growth substance concentration on the germination of wheat. Angew. Bot, 25: 274-300

Studies of selected strains of curly top virus. Jour Agric Res 56(12): 883-894

Studies of semen and semen production. Tech Bull Minnesota Agric Exp Sta 162: 1-55

Studies of serum electrolytes. 8. The concentration of electrolytes and non-electrolytes following insulin administration in diabetic patients. J. Clin. Invest, 11: 1261-1271

Studies of serum iron in old people, especially in relation to chronic ulcers of the legs. Acta med. scand, 118: 69-78

Studies of shape in fodder and sugar beet. Pflan-zenbau, 19: 187-215

Studies of sheep parasites. I. The course of untreated nematode infections. Veterinary Medicine, 39: 4, 154-161

Studies of sheep parasites. II. Winter treatment of the breeding flock. Quart Bull Michigan Agric Exp Sta 27(1): 67-81

Studies of sheep parasites. III. Treatment of the lambs. Quart Bull Michigan Agric Exp Sta 27(1): 82-95

Studies of sheep parasites. IV, Survival of nematodes on pasture during the fall months. J. Parasit, 30: 373-376

Studies of sheep parasites. IV. Survival of sheep nematodes on pasture during the fall months. Jour Parasitol 30(6): 373-376

Studies of sheep parasites. V. Immunity to gastro-Intestinal nematodes. J. Parasit, 31: 113-118

Studies of sheep parasites. VI. Observations on weather in relation to untreated nematode infections. Journal of Parasitology, 31: Suppl, 17 p

Studies Of Sodium And Potassium Metabolism. The Effect Of Potassium On The Sodium And Water Balances In Normal Subjects And Patients With Bright's Disease. Journal of Clinical Investigation 14(6): 923-939

Studies of soil after fifty years of wheat or barley cropping, especially of soil made acid with sulphate of ammonia. Jour Agric Sci 30: 345-386

Studies of soils under lime plants in a region with a granitic substratum (Morskie Oko valley, Tatra mountains, Poland. Bull. Polish Acad. Sci. and Arts, 196-211

Studies of some factors of the vitamin. B complex in Brazilian foods. Arq. brasil. Nutricao. 1: 179-188

Studies of some shark liver oils from desmobranchs of the Sphyrnidae family and the genera, Carcharias, Galeocerdo and Odontaspis. Mem. Inst. Oswaldo Cruz. 39: 361-383

Studies of some unusual feeds and their suitability for use in the morning (sweet lupin meal, mussel meal, protena and gluten). Fonda voor pluimveebelangen meded, 4, 17

Studies of specialization in Puccinia graminis tritici, P. triticina, and P. glamarum tritici, and of resistance and its inheritance in various crosses. Zeitschr. fur Zuchtung A, 19: 3, 333-365

Studies of spore dissemination of Venturia inaequalis (Cke) Wint. in relation to seasonal development of Apple scab. Journ. Agric. Res, 30: 6, 529-540

Studies of Spotting Patterns. V. Further Analysis of Minor Spotting Genes in the House Mouse. Genetics 27(2): 258-267

Studies of staphylococcal toxin, toxoid and antitoxin. 2. Properties of alpha 1, and beta -hemolysin. Kilasato Arch. Exp. Med, 16: 36-65

Studies of staphylococcal toxin, toxoid and antitoxin. 3. The effect of ascorbic acid upon staphylococcal lyains and organisms. Kilasato Arch. Exp. Med, 16: 36-65

Studies of starch. 23. The composition of the starch of leaves, buds and tubers of the potato. Helv. chim. Acta. 25: 1038-1046

Studies of starters for cheesemaking. Canad. Dairy Ice Cr. J, 19: 1, 51; 53; 55; 63

Studies of stem rust (Puccinia graminis) from Poa ampia, Avena fatua, and Agropyron spicatum in the Pullman, Washington, region. Phytopathology. 34: 3, 301-314

Studies of storage butters showing surface deterioration. Sci Agric [Ottawa] 23(1): 41-58

Studies of strains of Lathyrus pratensis. Z. Zuchtg. A, 21: 472-86

Studies of substances with vitamin A potency in Danish foods. 3. Carotenoid and ( beta -carotene content of some raw and cooked vegetables. Ztschr. Vitaminforsch, 9: 8-13

Studies of tea. Ernahrung. 4: 341-344

Studies of the ballast requirements of laying hens. Ztschr. Tierernahrung Futtermittelk, 2: 66-81

Studies of the resistant California Red Scale Aonidiella aurantii Mask, in California. J. econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y., 26: 6, 1140-1161

Studies of the Anatomy of Cimex lectularius, L. ii. The Stink Organs. Parasitology, Cambridge, 16: 3, 269-278

Studies of the Arizona Thurberia Weevil on Cotton in Texas. Proc. Entom. Soc, Washington., 16: 1, 23-27

Studies of the B vitamins in the human subject. 1. The intake of thiamine and its relation to other dietary constituents in food selected by the normal subject. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 202: 502-512

Studies of the B vitamins in the human subject. 2. Urinary excretion of ingested thiamine in patients with chronic hepatic disease. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 202: 512-516

Studies of the B vitamins in the human subject. 3. The response of cheilosis to vitamin therapy. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 203: 114-120

Studies of the B vitamins in the human subject. 4. Mental changes in experimental deficiency. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 203: 388-397

Studies of the B vitamins in the human subject. 5. The normal requirement for thiamine; some factors influencing its utilization and excretion. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 203: 569-577

Studies of the B vitamins in the human subject. 6. Failure of riboflavin therapy in patients with. the accepted picture of riboflavin deficiency. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 205: 214-223

Studies of the B vitamins in the human subject. 7. Blood pyruvate and lactate-pyruvate ratio following the ingestion of glucose in experimental deficiency. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 207: 247-252

Studies of the Behaviour of the Tsetse-fly (Glossina pallidipes) in the Field : the Attractiveness of various Baits. J. Anim. Ecol, London, 13: 1, 39-48

Studies of the Biology of the Death-Watch Beetle, Xestobium rufovillosum De G. I. A Summary of past Work and a brief Account of the developmental Stages. Ann. appl. Biol, Cambridge, 24: 3, 600-613

Studies of the Biology of the Death-watch Beetle, Xestobium rufovillosum De G. III. Fungal Decay in Timber in Relation to the Occurrence and Rate of Development of the Insect. Ann. appl. Biol, London, 27: 4, 545-557

Studies of the Biology of the Death-watch Beetle, Xestobium rufovillosum DeG. IV. The Effect of Type and Extent of fungal Decay in Timber upon the Rate of Development of the Insect. Ann. appl. Biol, London, 28: 3, 244-260

Studies of the Black Vine Weevil. (Abstract). J. Wash. Acad. Sci, Baltimore, Md., May 20: 10, 185-188

Studies of the Black-rot or Blight Disease of Cauliflower. Bull. New York Agric. Expt. Sta, Geneva, N.Y., 576, 44

Studies of the Ca and P content of raw and heated human and cow's milk and of their ultrafiltrates. Monatsschr. Kinderheilk, 80: 157-165

Studies of the Cell in Normal and Arthritic Bovine Cartilage. Amer. J. med. Sci, 201: 489-495

Studies of the Chlorophyll Group. XX. Conversion of Chlorophyll in the Animal Organism. Biochem. Zschr, 263: 166-172

Studies of the Chromosomes of Anastrepha (Diptera : Trypetidae) I. The Chromosomes of the Fruit-fly, Anastrepha ludens Loew. Proc. ent. Soc. Wash, Washington, D.C., 37: 6, 119-135

Studies of the Codling Moth in the Central Appalachian Region. U.S. Dept. Agric. Bull, Washington, D.C., April 12th. 189, 49

Studies of the Ecology and Control of Cutworms in Tennessee. Bull. Tenn. agric. Exp. Sta, Knoxville, Tenn., 159, 16

Studies of the Effect on T. gambiense and T. rhodesiense of Prolonged Maintenance in Mammals other than Man ; with Special Reference to the Power of these Trypanosomes to Infect Man. V. The Effect of Prolonged Maintenance away from Man on the Infectivity of T. rhodesiense for Man. Parasitology. 29: 12-34

Studies of the Effect on T. gambiense and T. rhodesiense of prolonged Maintenance in Mammals other than Man : with special Reference to the Power of these Trypanosomes to infect Man. I-II. Pamsitology. Cambridge, 28: 3, 381-394

Studies of the Effect on T. gambiense and T. rhodesiense of prolonged Maintenance in Mammals other than Man; with special Reference to the Power of these Trypanosomes to infect Man. VI. Strain Kahondera from Southern Rhodesia, and concluding Observations on this Series of Papers. Parasitology. January 29th. 29: 1, 35-42

Studies of the Etiology of Laryngotracheitis (Infectious Bronchitis) of Chickens. J. Amer. Vet. Med. Ass, 80: 496-504

Studies of the Fusarium of Muskmelon wilt. II. Infection studies concerning the host range of the organism and the effect of environment on disease incidence. Canad. J. Res, 23: 5, 166-187

Studies of the Habits and Control of the Oriental Peach Moth in 1924. Connecticut Agric. Expt. Sta. Bull, New Haven, Conn., 265, 299-303

Studies of the Hofius process. Mikhwirtsch. Forsch, 18: 255-264

Studies of the Host Plants of the European Corn Borer, Pyrausta nubilalis Hubner, in southeastern Michigan. J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y., 25: 4, 868-878

Studies of the Icacinaceae IV. Consideration of the New World genera. Contr. Gray Herb. Harv, 142, 3-60

Studies of the Icacinaceae V. A revision of the genus Citronella D. Don. Contr. Gray Herb. Harv, 142, 60-89

Studies of the Icacinaceae, I. Preliminary taxonomic notes. J. Arnold Arbor, 21: 461-89

Studies of the Icacinaceae, III: a revision of Emmotum. J. Arnold Arbor, 23: 479-94

Studies of the Icacinaceae-VI. Irvingbaileya and Codiocarpus, two new genera of the Icacinaceae. Brittonia. 5: 47-57

Studies Of The Infectious Unit Of Myxoma. Journal of Experimental Medicine 71(4): 439-444

Studies of the Injurious-ness, economic Importance and some Biology of the Tea Aphid and Mite. Control Measures against the Mite.. Abstract in Plant Prot, Leningrad, 6: 143-144

Studies of the Institutum Divi Thomae. 1. Studies of the Institutum Divi Thomae. 1, Cincinnati, Ohio.,

Studies of the Liver Fluke (Fasciola hepatica). J. Amer.Vet. Med. Ass, 81: 76-82

Studies of the Lorenz spirometer index in athletes at puberty. Arzt u. Sport. 13: 26-27

Studies of the Malaria Problem in Porto Rico. Porto Rico Health Rev, 2: 5, 22-28

Studies of the Metabolism of the Strict Anaerobes (Genus: Clostridium) I. Dehydrogenation Reactions by Suspensions Of Cl. sporogenes. Biochem. J, 32: 437-448

Studies of the Mexican Cotton Boll Weevil in the Mississippi Valley. U.S. Dept. Agric. Bull, Washington, D.O. 12th 358, 32