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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 13523

Chapter 13523 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Svalb'f's May Turnip. A Turnip variety specially adapted for cultivation areas where club root is destructive. Sverig. Utsudesforen. Tidskr, 48: 6, 471-476

Svalof Atlas flax-A new variety of linseed for Scania and neighbouring districts and Gotland. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 53: 403-04

Svalof Brage cocksfoot. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 44: 4-9

Svalof Engelbrekt oats II and Stormogul oats II. Sverig. Utsadesforen. T, 43: 231-50

Svalof Hero pea (01000). Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 47: 12-14

Svalof Majrova. A turnip variety particularly suitable for cultivation where club root disease is rife. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 48: 471-6

Svalof Malm pea (Vrm 01020). A new variety of fodder pea for Varmland, Dalarne and neighbouring districts of Svealand and Norrland. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 51: 71-82

Svalof Mercury red clover. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 47: 15-9

Svalof Viking red fescue. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 46: 461-4

Svalof's Same oat 01341 : a new oat variety for northernmost Sweden. Svalofs Samehavre (01341). Ny havresort for nordligaste Sverige, Utsadesforen. Tidskr., 53: 48-50

Svalof's Fylgia spring wheat. A new, early ripening spring wheat variety for south and central Sweden. Sverig. Utsadesforen. T, 44: 61-67

Svalof's Gyllen wheat (01140). Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 45: 131-41

Svalof's Maj turnip. A variety specially for districts ravaged by club root disease. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 48: 471-76

Svalof's Primus oat. (01463b). New, early ripening white oat with high yield and conspicuous quality. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 48: 465-70

Svalof's Same oats (01341). A new variety of oats for the most northerly parts of Sweden. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 51: 383-85

Svalof's Sirius oats (01210), a new, very early black oat variety. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 42: 161-67

Svalof's Skandia winter wheat (01090). Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 45: 57-70

Svalof's Vidar oat-a new very early variety of white oat for Norrland. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 49: 397-400

Svalof's winter wheat Skandia II. (01090 b2). Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 49: 157-60

Svalofs 01294. New variety of very early six-rowed barley for Norrland. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 40: 143-49

Svalofs Diamant spring wheat II. A new sort of the Diamant type but higher yielding and stiffer strawed with better baking quality. Sverig. Utsadesforen, Tidskr, 47: 439-49

Svalofs Goldenrain oats II. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 40: 9-11

Svalofs Malm pea (Vrm 01020). A new forage pea variety for Varmland, Dalarne and neighbouring districts of Svealand and Norrland. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 51: 71-82

Svalofs Regina spring rape. A new oil plant for the heavier soils of Scania and Gotland. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 51: 341-43

Svalofs Skandia wheat III. A new Skandia wheat with better winter-hardiness than Skandia II. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 54: 63-65

Svalofs Solhavre II (Vg 01534 a)-A new medium early, very stiff strawed white oat variety for southern and central Sweden. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 52: 370-81

Svalofs Ymer barley (Sv 40/13 b1). Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 54: 237-39

Svalov's pearl wheat. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 48: 181-83

Svilusja smrkva (Telmnychus unuaguis) Jacobi. Ochrana Rostlin. Prague, 4: 2-3, 24-29

Svngamus laryngeus in man. Report cm three additional cases from Puerto Rico. Boletln de la Asociaclon Mddica de Puerto Rico, 35: 9, 331-333

Swamp Fever Research. Report of the Veterinary Director General, Canada, for the Year ending, March 31. Appendix 19, 116 p

Swamp Fever in Horses. North Dakota Agric. Expt. Sta. Agric. Coll, Bull. 146, 45 p

Swamp Fever in Wyoming. Economic Importance, General Characteristics and Control. Wyoming Agric. Expt. Sta., Laramie, Bull, 121, 51

Swamp development in Sierra Leone. Farm and Forest, 2: 113-117

Swamp lands. Development of Mowbray Swamp. Tasm. J. Agric, 14: 10-2

Swamp-pastures of the lower Waikato basin. N.Z.J. Agric, 51: 129-38

Swanley College. Pending amalgamation with Wye. Fruitgrower, 100: 49

Swanley District and Winter Moth. Bull. Chamb. Hortic, London, 1: pt. 3, 47-48

Sward injured by Paris green. Verslag Werkzaamh. Plantenziektenk. Dienst, 54

Swarm of Barypithes (Exomias) pellucidus, Boh., in Cambridgeshire, and notes on its food-plants. Entomologists. Mthly. Mag, London, 614, 218-219

Swarming Caterpillars of Northern Gujarat. Agric. Jl. India, Calcutta, 15: Part 2, 181-184

Swarming Years of May Beetles in Transylvania. Verh. siebenburg. Ver. Naturw, Hermannstadt, 78: 11-28

Swarming and pairing in the fungus-growing termite, Macrotermes natalensis (Haviland) (Isoptera: Macrotermitinae). African Entomology 15(1): 153-160

Swarming Of Anopheles. Science 52(1350): 468-469

Swarming of C. notata. 4. Wanderversamml. deuts. Ent. Kiel (11.-15, vi., Berlin, 70-76

Swarming of Coccinella. Zeits. fur Wissen. Insektenbiol, Berlin, Oct. 15th. 9: pt. 10, 311 p

Swarming of the Chalcidid, Pteromalus deplanatus, Nees, in Buildings. Entomologists' Mthly. Mag, London, 1v: 656, 13-16

Swarming of the Termite, Leucotermes lucifugus, Rossi. Bull. Soc. Etude Vulg. Zool. Agric, Bordeaux, November- 14: 11-12, 82-84

Swarms of Aphids. Jl. Econ. Entom, Concord, N.H., 12: 4, 351 p

Swarms of Aphids. Jl. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y., 16: 4, 395 p

Swarms of Cotton Worm Moths visit Missouri. Jl. Econ. Entom, Concord, N. H., 12: 6, 467 p

Sway-Back in Lambs. Vet. Rec, 51: 785-786

Sway-back Studies in North Derbyshire. I.The Feeding of Copper to Pregnant Ewes in the Control of Swayback. J. comp. Path, 52: 259-265

Swayback Disease in Lambs : Investigations in North-West Derbyshire. J. R. agric. Soc, 100: Pt. III, 74-78

Swayback Studies in North Derbyshire. II. The Relationship of the Storage of Copper and Lead in Body Tissues to the Causation of Swayback. Vet. J, 96: 809-822

Swayback studies in north Derbyshire. 2. The relationship of the storage of copper and lead in the body tissues to the causation of swayback. Vet. J, 96: 309-322

Swayback: A Demyelinating Disease Of Lambs With Affinities To Schilder's Encephalitis And Its Prevention By Copper. Journal of Neurology and Psychiatry 2(4): 323-334

Swaziland Cotton Growing Proclamation, 1921. Capetown, September 9th. 63,

Swaziland, Ann. Med. and Sanitary Rep. for year ended 31st Dec., 1932. Swaziland, Ann. Med. and Sanitary Rep. for year ended 31st Dec. 1932. 3, 8

Swaziland. Ann. Med. and Sanit. Rep. for the year ended 31st Dec. 1933. Swaziland. Ann. Med. and Sanit. Rep. for the year ended 31st Dec., 1933

Swaziland. Cotton Experiment Stations, Bremersdorp and Craydon. Progress Report for the season 1938-39. Progress reports from experiments stations. Season, Programmes of experiments, Season 1939-1940, Emp. Cott. Gr. Corp. Lond., 71-78

Swaziland. Cotton Experiment Stations, Bremersdorp and Craydon. Progress Report for the season 1942-43. Progress reports from experiment stations. Season, Programmes of experiments. Season 1943-1944, Emp. Cott. Gr. Corp. Lond, 38-51

Swaziland. Cotton Experiment Stations, Bremersdorp and Croydon. Progress Report for the season 1937-38. Progress reports from experiment stations, season,. Emp. Cott. Gr. Corp. Lond. 1939., 60-65

Swaziland. Cotton Experiment Stations. Bremersdorp and Croydon. Progress report for the season 1940-41. Progress reports from experiment stations. Season, Programmes of experiments. Season 1941-1942, Emp. Cott. Gr. Corp. Lond., 65-72

Swaziland. Report on the Work of the Cotton Experi-ment Station, Bremersdorp, for the Season 1928-1927. Emp, Coti. Grg. Corp. Reps. Expt. Stas, London, 83-104

Swaziland. Report on the Work of the Cotton Experiment Station, Bremersdorp, for the Season 1927-1928. Reps. Expt. Stas., Emp. Cott. Grg. Corp. 28. London, 97-108

Swcharum-Eriantkus hybrids. Arch. Suikerind. Ned.-Ind, 7, 211-63

Sweat as a culture medium for fungi. New England Jour Med 230(2): 604-607

Sweating Sickness. Rhod. agric. J, 39: 236-240

Sweating Sickness in Calves (Preliminary Report). Union of S. Africa. Dept. of Agric., 9th & 10th Rep. Director Vet. Education & Research. April, 1923. 233-250

Sweating and the permeability of the human skin. Reports to the committee on the control of atmospheric conditions in hot and deep mines.. Trans. Inst. Min. Eng, 93: 18-36

Swede and turnip variety trials. Varieties resistant to finger-and-toe disease. Adv. Rep. Somerset Fm. Inst, 37-46

Swede rot. Dtsch, landw. pr, 64: 48, 588 p

Swede turnips in the feeding of milk cows. Riv. Zootec, 12: 406-410

Swede-cocksfoot-red clover association in Eotoma district. N.Z. J. Agric, 70: 249-51

Sweden : Civil Veterinary Report for 1937. Det civila veterinarvasendet ar av kungl. medicinalstyrelsen, Stockholm: P. A. Norstedt & Soner., v + 45,

Sweden : Report of the Army Veterinary Service for 1943. Sveriges Officiella Statistik. Halsooch Sjukvard. Veterinarvard vid Armen ar av overfaltveterinaren, Stockholm: Kungl. Boktryckeriet P.A. Norstedt & Soner., 30

Sweden : Royal Proposition No. 152 to the Riksdag on State-Aided Campaign against Bovine TB. Skand. VetTidskr, 31: 255

Sweden adjusts its agriculture to war conditions. Foreign, Agric. Washington, 6: 3-14

Sweden's Central Seed Council expresses its opinion on the absurdity of seed production of foreign strains of red clover in Sweden. Svensk Frotidn, 5: 19

Sweden's Oak stands must be preserved.. Skogen. 31: 187-9

Sweden's aerodrome fields. Svensk Frotidn, 5: 43-5

Sweden's agriculture and the war. Foreign Agric. Washington, 4: 577-616

Sweden's agriculture in relation to her food production. Anglo-Swedish Rev, 162-164

Sweden's export of seed in 1933 (1932). Dansk Fravl, 17: 100,

Sweden's food situation during the war. Anglo-Swedish Rev, 75-76 ; 83

Sweden's import of seed in 1930. Dansk Fravl. 14: 178-179

Sweden's timber resources. Engineer, Lond, 177: 4616, 516

Sweden, CULTIVATION AREAS AND HARVESTS. Lantm. Svenskt Land, 27: 815-7

Sweden, SEED. Sverig. Utsades-foren. Tidskr, 52: 4-5

Sweden. ASSOCIATION OF SCANDINAVIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH WORKERS. Lantm. Svenskt Land. 22

Sweden. Circular of the Royal Medical Administration concerning human infection with tuberculosis of the bovine type, 15th January, 1937. Bull. Office Internat. d'Hyg. pub, 30: 1171

Sweden. Decree of the 7th June, 1938, concerning hygienic conditions necessary for unpasteurized milk and cream. Bull. Off. int. Hyg. publ, 31: 1017,

Sweden. EXPERIMENT FARM. Lantm. Svenskt Land, 27: 39, 838 p

Sweden. LEYS. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 63: 299-300

Sweden. Modification of the poisons regulation. (Abstract.). Deutsches Handelsarch, 1, 1329 p

Sweden. PASTURE COURSE. Lantm. Svenskt. Land. 27: p. 863

Sweden. Report of the Control Committee for 1942/1943. Pt. I. The work of the control societies. Sweden. Report of the Control Committee for 1943. Pt. I. The work of the control societies, Malmo, 127

Sweden. Royal decree of the 21st July, 1937, governing milk and cream intended for human consumption. Bull. Office Internal. d'Hyg. Pub, 30: 22, 1432

Sweden. SEED TESTING. Lantm. Svenskt Land. 28: 100

Sweden: Law on Control of Infectious Animal Diseases, April 1935. Skand. VetTidskr, 25: 555-557

Sweden: Legislative and administrative measures. Internat. Rev. Sci. & Pract. Agric, 18: 2, T 124 p

Sweden: Report of the civil veterinary service for 1941. Sveriges officiella Statistik. Halso.och sjukvard. Det civila veterinar-vasendet ar av kungl. medicinalstyrelsen, Stockholm: Kungl. Boktryckeriet. P.A. Norstedt & Soner, 42

Sweden: Report of the civil veterinary service for 1942. Sveriges officiella Statistik. Halso.och sjukvard. Det civila veterinarvasen-det ar av kungl. medicinalstyrelsen, Stockholm: Kungl. Boktryckeriet. P. A. Norstedt & Soner, 55

Sweden: Report of the civil veterinary service for 1943. Sveriges officiella Statistik. Halsooch sjuvard. Det civila veterinarvasen-det "ar av kungl. medicinalstyrelsen, 1945. 105. Price: Stockholm: Kungl. Boktryckeriet. P.A. Norstedt & Soner

Swedes. Rukovod. Approb. seljskohoz. Kuljt, 5: 454-66

Swedes in the feeding of dairy cows. Comparison of Frankenstolz and Seefelder swedes. Biedermanns Zentralbl. [B] Tierernahrung. 12: 14-21

Swedish Agricultural Lexicon. Swedish Agricultural Lexicon, A.-B. Svensk Litteratur, Stockholm., Pt I, 572

Swedish Agricultural Union. Yearbook 1944. Sveriges Lantbruksforbund. Arsbok, Lantbruksforbundets Tidskriftsaktiebolag Stockholm, 272. Price: 3.25 kronor

Swedish Agricultural Union. Yearbook 1945, 1946-1947. Lantbruksforbundets Tidskriftsaktiebolag Stockholm. 256. Price: 4.25 kronor

Swedish Grassland and Moorland Association's Quarterly Journal. Svenska Vall- och Mosskulturforeningens Kvartalsskrift, Uppsala, 1: 1,

Swedish Red-and-White cattle during 1943. Lantmannen. Stockh., 28: 25-26; 33; 40

Swedish Seed Association's contribution to increasing the agricultural production of the country. Studier i Svenskt Naringsliv, Stockholm, 21

Swedish Seed Association, 1938. Herb. Rev, 7: 275-7

Swedish Seed Associations annual meeting. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 49: 251-64

Swedish Seed Growers' Association. Herb. Rev, 7: 200-1

Swedish Veterinary Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring (SVARM) 2006. Svensk Veterinartidning 59(7): 25-29

Swedish agricultural statistics throughout the ages. Kgl. Lantbruksakad. Tidslcr, 81: 288-300

Swedish agriculture according to the 1937 general agricultural census and other complementary statistical enquiries. Int. Rev. Agric, 34: 5, 1955-2065

Swedish agriculture statistics in recent years. A review of methods and the chief results. Kgl. Lantbruksakad. Tidskr, 80: 385-386

Swedish butterflies and moths. A systematic treatment of the macrolepidoptera of Sweden.. Svenska fjarilar. Systematisk bearbetning av Sveriges storfjarilar, Nordisk Familjeboks Forlags A. B.,Stockholm, Sweden: 86 + 354

Swedish census of fur-bearers, 1938. Dtsch. Pelztierz, 15: 81-84

Swedish cheese research. A review. Arsskr Lantbruks Och Mejeri Tradgardinst Alnarp : 1-24

Swedish contributions to the development of plant breeding. Swedish contributions to the development of plant breeding, Alb. Bonniers Boktryckeri, Stockholm., 111. Price: $1.00

Swedish crop production north of the polar circle. Svenskt Land, 18: 566-7

Swedish cultivation of soybeans. Good results at Fiskeby. Landtm. Svenskt Land, 22: 852

Swedish experience with regard to the best germination test technique for cereals and large-seeded Leguminosae. Proc. Int. Seed Test. Ass, 3: 18, 270-86

Swedish experience with the (Nilson) cheese machine. Molkereiztg, Hudesh., 53: 229-230

Swedish experiments carried out to ascertain the influence of phosphoric acid on plant growth. Superphosphate. 4: 82-85

Swedish fences make the best hay. Dtsch. landw. Pr, 69: 166

Swedish forest tree breeding. Svenska SkogsvForefl

Swedish forest tree breeding. Lines of work and objectives. Swedish forest tree breeding. Lines of work and objectives, Stockholm, 53

Swedish forest tree breeding. Some general lines in the programme of work of the Swedish Forest Tree Breeding Association.. Svenska SkogsvForen. Tidskr, 42: 3, 204-17

Swedish fungi exsiccati, especially from Upsala. Fungi exsiccati suecici, praesertim upsalienses, Upsala, Almquist & Wiksells, Fasc. IX-X, 49

Swedish havanna and how it is grown. Lantmannen. 28: 483-85

Swedish oats in Danish teats. Sverig. Utsadesforen. T, 43: 121-28

Swedish plant-breeding. Anglo Swedish Rev, 166-67

Swedish plants in text and picture.. Svenska vaxter i text och bild, Nordisk Rotogravyr,Stockholm, Sweden: 398

Swedish root crop cultivation-A survey of results from the Swedish Seed Association's experiments as a guide in the choice of the kind and variety of root crop. Sverig. Utsadesforen.-Tidskr, 52: 45-104

Swedish seed in Swedish soil. Svenskt Land, 18: 381-2

Swedish wallboard industry. Pulp Paper Mag. Can, 46: 13, 1037-8

Swedish wheat improvement. Weibullsholm's contribution during the thirty year period 1904-1934. Weibulls 111. Arsb, 30: 5-23

Swedish work in soil science 1929-1938.. Soil Res, 7: 72-84

Sweet Chestnut in the Zagrebacka Gora.. Glasn.sumske Pokuse. 7: 2, 103-312

Sweet Clover Disease in Cattle. Sovyet Vet, 11, 64-66

Sweet Clover Disease in Farm Livestock. Vet. Med, 26: 517-520

Sweet Corn Variety Tests in Relation to Corn Earworm Damage at Norfolk, Virginia. Bull. Va Truck Exp. Sta, Norfolk, Va, 100, 1581-1593

Sweet Flag, Acorus calamus, as an I nsecticide and Repellent. Med. Parazitol. Moscow, 9: 409-410

Sweet Orange scab caused by Elsinoe australis. J. agric. Res, 54: 1, 1-18

Sweet Pofato sprout treatments for the control of wilt disease. Trans. Peninsula hort. Soc, 27: 5, 127-130

Sweet Potato Pests. The Six-spotted Cassid, N. sexpustulata. Chacaras e Quintaes. S. Paulo, March 15th. 29: 3, 229-230

Sweet Potato Root Borer (Cylas formicarius, 01.). Circular, Alabama Agric. Expt. Sta, Auburn, 37, 8

Sweet Potato Root Weevil. Qtrly. Bull. Florida State Plant Board. Gainesville, 2: 1, 81-100

Sweet Potato Root Weevil overwinters as Adult in Louisiana. J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis., 30: 6, 968 p

Sweet Potato Sawfly. Bull. Virginia Truck Expt. Sta, Norfolk, Va., July 1st. 68, 769-786

Sweet Potato Weevil (Cylas formicarius). Mthly. Bull. State Comm. Hort, Sacramento, California, 2: 5, 535-537

Sweet Potato Weevil (Cylas formicarius). Territ. New Guinea Dept. Agric. Leaflet, Rabaul., July 23rd. 25, 1 p

Sweet Potato Weevil Eradication. Jl. Wash. Acad. Sci, Baltimore, Md, 15: 4, 79 p

Sweet Potato Weevil Eradication in Florida and Georgia. Mon. Bull Florida Pl. Bd, Gainesville, Fla., 12: 2, 17-55

Sweet Potato Weevil. (Cylas formicarius). Trap-Agriculturist. Peradeniya, 51: 3, 176 p

Sweet Potato disease control studies. Forty-ninth Ann. Rept. New Jersey Agric. Exper. Stat.for the year ending June 30, 1929. 257-262

Sweet Potato disease investigations. Forty-sixth Ann. Rept. New Jersey Agric. Exper. Stat. for the year ending June 30 1926. 484-507

Sweet Potato disease studies. Forty-fifth Ann. Rept. New Jersey Agric. Exper. Stat. for the year ending June 30 1925. 392-399

Sweet Potato disease studies. Fiftieth Ann. Rept. New Jersey Agric. Exper. Stat for the year ending June 30, 256-260

Sweet Potato disease studies in 1925. Forty-seventh Ann. Rept. New Jersey Agric. Exper. Stat. for the year ending June 30, 1927. 347-355

Sweet Potato diseases. Agric. Journ. Brit, Columbia, 8: 4, 83; 86

Sweet Potato diseases and their control. Sweet Potato diseases and their control, Pan-Soviet sci. Res. Inst. Cult. Soy-Bean and Spice Crops, Moscow., 247

Sweet Potato mosaic and its incubation period of two growing seasons. Phytopath, 16: 1, 74 p

Sweet Potato pox. Circ. N.J. agric. Exp. Sta, 437: 8

Sweet Potato sprout treatments for the control of Fusarium wilt, ineffective on the eastern shore of Virginia. Trans. Peninsula hort. Soc, 85-88

Sweet Potato varieties that produce well and are resistant to stem rot on sassafras sands. Phytopath, 15: 1, 48 p

Sweet Potatoes infected by Schizophyllum commune. Journ. Eliaha Mitchell Sci. Soc, 45: 1, 137-139

Sweet Sudan grass. TEXAS Agricultural Experiment Station. 834 Progress Report. 2

Sweet Sudan is a comer . . . and then some !. Sth. Seedsman, 6: 4, 11; 39

Sweet and Bitter Lupin Meals as Substitute Culture Media. Arch wiss. prakt. Tierheilk, 76: 139-149

Sweet blue lupins. N.Z.J. Agric, 65: 69-70

Sweet blue lupins that ripen seed. Lantmannen. 28: 1005, 1009

Sweet cherry growing in Czech Republic. Kertgazdasag Horticulture 39(1): 12-16

Sweet cherry growing in Spain. Kertgazdasag Horticulture 38(4): 109-114

Sweet cherry pollination in Washington for 1931. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci, 28: 67-70. bibl. 4

Sweet ciover's unique role in Southwest. SoilConserv, 9: 187-9

Sweet clover. Seljhozgiz, Moscow, 142

Sweet clover. Rukovod. Approb. seljskohoz. Kuljt, 4: 73-84

Sweet clover. CHRISTCHURCH Canterbury Chamber of Commerce Bull, 193, 3

Sweet clover (Melilotus alba) as feed for pigs. Za Kormovuyu Bazu, 1: 4-5, 19-22

Sweet clover as a conservation crop in the Palouse. Northwest Sci 14(2): 39-43

Sweet clover as a forage plant in Western Siberia. Za Kormovuyu Bazu, 2: 1, 48-51

Sweet clover for Illinois, its cultivation and use. ILLINOIS Agricultural Experiment Station Circ, 559, 23

Sweet clover in Illinois. Sweet clover in Illinois, Bull. 394, 211-62

Sweet clover in Saskatchewan. SASKATCHEWAN University of, College of Agriculture Agric. Ext. Bull, 9, 12

Sweet clover in corn belt farming. Farmers Bulletin. 1653,

Sweet clover poisoning in surgery. J. Amer. vet. med. Ass, 105: 30

Sweet clover responds to potash fertilization. Better Crops with Plant Food. 28: 6, 19; 49-50

Sweet clover silage as a feed for dairy cows. (Idaho Agric. Exp. Stat. Bull. No. 214). Sweet clover silage as a feed for dairy cows, Idaho Agric. Exp. Stat., 11

Sweet clover studies on habit of growth, seed pigmentation and permeability of the seed coat. Sci Agric [Ottawa] 17(10): 627-654

Sweet clover the best pasture crop. North Dakota Agric. Coll, Circular 121,

Sweet clover. Results of experiments at the Dominion Experimental Farm, Brandon, Manitoba. Department of Agriculture Pamphlet. Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, 112, N.S.,

Sweet corn. Adv. Leafl. Minist. Agric. Fish., Lancs. 297, 4

Sweet corn. Estac Exp Agroni Santiago De Las Vegas [Cuba] Bol 62: 1-18

Sweet corn Venezuela-2, a new type of maize. Circ. Minist. Agric. Cria, Dep. Genet. Inst. Exp. Agric. Zootec., El Valle, D.F, 3: 4

Sweet corn for canning. Publ. Nat. Canners Assoc, 60

Sweet corn hybrids. Bull. la Agric. Exp. Sta, P15, 436-68

Sweet corn hybrids and inbreds-results of canning and variety tests in Wisconsin. Canner. 88: 12; Pt 2, 88-89

Sweet corn hybrids for canning and market released by the Illinois Station. Circ. Ill. Agric. Exp. Sta, 504, 20

Sweet corn in Alberta. Bull. Univ. Alberta, 38, 75

Sweet corn in England. Jour Roy Hort Soc 70(4): 111-119

Sweet corn in Jalisco. Ann Missouri Bot Gard 30(4): 405-412

Sweet corn resistance to the European corn borer. Canner 92(12): 54-56

Sweet corn trials at Mt. Carmel, Connecticut, 1937. Rep. Progr. Genet. Dep. Conn. Exp. Sta, 6

Sweet corn trials in Maryland. Rep. Md Agric. Soc, 20: 293-99

Sweet corn variety and strain test for 1933. Michigan Agric Exp Sta Quart Bull 16-19(3): 162-166, 91-96

Sweet lupin as tresh and ensiled fodder in pig feeding. Ztschr. Schweinezucht. 46: 33-36

Sweet lupin meal as a peotien feed for poultry; suitability for chicken rearing. Arch. Geflugelk, 9: 233-255

Sweet lupin meal as a protein feed for pigs, ruminants and poultry. Deutsch. landwirtsch. Presse. 62: 77-78

Sweet lupin meal as protein feed for poultry; digestibility by hens. Arch. Geflugelk, 9: 64-77

Sweet lupin seeds (S.E.G.) as protein feed for pigs fattened on potatoes and grain. Zuchtungskunde. 10: 59-63

Sweet lupin to be harvested ripe should be cut early !. Lantm. Svenskt Land, 25: 303-4

Sweet lupin- a plant of sandy soil. Landtm. Svenskt Land, 22: 874

Sweet lupin-a new fodder plant. Svensk Frotidn, 5: 121-2

Sweet lupin. Experiences from the first years trials in Scania. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 45: 401-10

Sweet lupines. Sth. Seedsman. 8: 5, 11, 46

Sweet lupins. J. Minist. Agric, 51: 128-34

Sweet lupins and oil lupins. Part I. Methods for determining alkaloid content in breeding material. The breeding of the sweet lupin and of nicotine-free tobacco. Landw. Jb, 91: 723-62

Sweet lupins and oil lupins. Part II. A rapid method for determining the oil content of seeds in breeding material and its use for the first time in the breeding of oil lupins. Landw. Jb, 91: 763-92

Sweet lupins and oil lupins. Part III. The history of the development of some new cultivated plants. Landw. Jb, 91: 793-880

Sweet lupins and oil lupins. The history of the origin of some new crop plants. Landw. Jb, 91: 719-880

Sweet lupins, plant breeding and protein production. Forsch. Fortschr, 11: 175-6

Sweet lupins: their cultivation and importance in pig fattening. Ztschr. Schweinezackt. 45: 29-30

Sweet or sugar corn. J.R. Hort. Soc, 70: 54-56

Sweet pepper, one of our most valuable vegetables. Forschungsdienst, 12: 615-17

Sweet potato (Ipomoea Batatas). Malay. agric. J, 28: 221-5. bibl. 2

Sweet potato breeding by seeds with artificial induction of blooming. Proc. Crop Sci. Soc. Japan. 10: 281-96

Sweet potato dehydration. Agric Engineering 25(6): 213-214, 216, 219

Sweet potato experiments. Emp. J. exp. Agric, 5: 231-8. bibl. 6

Sweet potato investigations in New Jersey. Bull. N. Jer. agric. Exp. Stat, 697: 20

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Sweet potato meal as a milk-producing feed for dairy cattle. Rep. Ga agric. Exp. Sta, 31-32

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Syntheses Carried Out in Vivo by Isolated Pea Roots: I. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 24(10): 431-438

Syntheses of compounds related to vitamin E. 1. Synthesis of 2-methyl-naphthalene. J. Chinese. Chem. Soc, 10: 119-123

Synthesis and antibacterial activity of fluorine-containing Schiff bases derived from dehydroabietylamine. Chemistry and Industry of Forest Products 27(2): 97-99

Synthesis and antimicrobial activity of 8-alkylberberine derivatives with a long aliphatic chain. Planta Medica 73(6): 602-604

Synthesis and antimicrobial study of 3-(2-hydroxy-3,4-benzophenyl) 5-(4-chlorophenyl)-1-substituted pyrazoles. International Journal of Chemical Sciences 4(4): 853-857

Synthesis and biological estimation of vitamin E. Schweiz. med. Wochenschr, 68: 954-959

Synthesis and characterization of Pd (II) complex of thiosemicarbazone of 2-methyl 1-( beta -carboxaldehyde)-5-nitro imidazole as an antiprotozoa. International Journal of Chemical Sciences 4(4): 819-824

Synthesis and characterization of two quinoline derivatives from dehydroabietic acid. Chemistry and Industry of Forest Products 27(2): 25-28

Synthesis and destruction of cholesterol in the organism. Jour Biol Chem 103(2): 439-448

Synthesis and destruction of nicotinic acid by the mixed caecal flora of man. Lancet. 248: 718-719

Synthesis and excretion of trigonelline. Jour Biol Chem 135(2): 483-485

Synthesis and properties of model humic substances derived from gallic acid. International Agrophysics 21(2): 199-208

Synthesis and resistance to in vitro proteolysis of transglutaminase cross-linked phaseolin, the major storage protein from Phaseolus vulgaris. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 55(12): 4717-4721

Synthesis and the fungistatic action of N alpha -palmitoyl-L-lysyl-L-lysine against some pathogenic fungi of ornamental plants. Pestycydy (3/4): 31-37

Synthesis in the carotenoid series. 1. A new method of preparing hexatrienes. Liebiga Ann, 547: 103-115

Synthesis in the carotenoid series. 2. A new synthesis of squalene. Liebiga Ann, 547: 115-122

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Synthesis of (R)-2-propionic acid derivatives as new pesticides. Pestycydy (3/4): 17-29

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Synthesis of 6.7-9-trimethylflavine, lumilactoflavine. Ber. d. deutsch. chem. Gesellsch, 67: 1932,

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Synthesis of Tobacco mosaic protein in relation to leaf chromoprotein and cell metabolism. Phytopathology. 31: 11, 978-990

Synthesis of a 3, 4diaminotetrahydrothiophene and a comparison of its stability with the diaminocarboxylic acid derived from biotin. J. Biol. Chem, 145: 495-501

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Synthesis Of A Compound Identical With The L. Casei Factor Isolated From Liver. Science 102(2644): 227-228

Synthesis of a pentavalent antimonial complex (Ulamina) and its experimental application for treatment of localized cutaneous leishmaniasis in Venezuela. Boletin de Malariologia y Salud Ambiental 46(1): 59-65

Synthesis of adennin. Natuncissenschaften. 27: 469-470

Synthesis of adequate protein in the glands of the pigeon crop. Amer Jour Physiol 97(1): 227-231

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Synthesis of alpha Gamma -dioxy- beta beta -dimethyl-butyryl-taurine, a specific inhibitor for lactic acid bacteria. Ber. dtsch. chem. Ges, 74: 9, 1605-1612

Synthesis of amino acids in vivo. C.R. Soc. Biol, 108: 174-176

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Synthesis Of Ascorbic Acid In Excised Roots Of The White Moonflower. Science 89(2321): 587-588

Synthesis Of Ascorbic Acid In Excised Tomato Roots. Science 95(2477): 632-633

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Synthesis of compounds related to santonin. Proc Indian Acad Sci Sect A 19(6): 381-384

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Synthesis of creatine compounds in protein starvation. Bull. Soc. Chim. biol. 18: 1513-1523

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Synthesis of folliculin in the female organism in vitamin A deficiency. Arch. Exp. Pathol. Pharmakol, 178: 295-304

Synthesis of fructooligosaccharides from sucrose using inulinase from Kluyveromyces marxianus. Food Technology and Biotechnology 45(2): 181-186

Synthesis of functional polymer material with polyphenolic acid (II) - synthesis and functional test of galloyl modified-cellulose. Chemistry and Industry of Forest Products 27(2): 1-6

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Synthesis Of Inositol In Mice. Journal of Experimental Medicine 75(3): 277-284

Synthesis of ketones in diabetics. Deutsch. Arch. klin. Med, 183: 171

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Synthesis of lactose in the mammary gland. Biochem. Ztschr, 271: 448-454

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Synthesis of metronidazole derivatives as antigiardiasis agents. Daru 15(1): 17-20

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Synthesis of ordered mesoporous carbon from furfuryl alcohol by vapor deposition polymerization method. Chemistry and Industry of Forest Products 27(2): 57-61

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Synthesis of Riboflavin by a Yeast. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 29(6): 166-172

Synthesis of Riboflavin by Lactose-Fermenting Yeasts. Journal of Bacteriology 45(5): 459-460

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Synthesis of the root nodules of Alder.. Arch. Mikrobiol, 12: 1-18

Synthesis of Thiamin by Excised Roots of Maize. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 26(9): 581-587

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Synthesis of two vanillin ring containing flavones by different methods and studies of their antibacterial and antifungal activities. Journal of Biological Sciences 7(3): 514-519

Synthesis of uric acid in the bird. Klin. Wochenschr, 12: 736-738

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Synthesis of vitamin B1. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 58: 1504-1505

Synthesis of vitamin B1 and of the vitamin B, complex by Torula utilis. Biochem. Ztsckr, 302: 1-11

Synthesis of vitamin B1 by cultivated yeasts from thiazole. C.R. Acad. Sci. U.R.S.S, 41: 250-251

Synthesis of vitamin B(1) by intestinal bacteria of the rat. Biochemical Journal 32(6): 958-963

Synthesis of vitamin B1 by the rat. Pfliigers Arch, 243: 762-767

Synthesis of vitamin B1 by yeast. Indust. Eng. Chem. 34: 1244-1247

Synthesis of vitamin B1 from its thiazole and pyrimidine components by animal tissues. Pfligeers Arch. 242: 508

Synthesis of vitamin B1 from the pyrimidine and thiazole fractions by animal tissues. Pflugers Arch, 243: 85-93

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Synthesis of vitamin C in infants. Ztschr. Vitaminfarsch, 12: 104-134

Synthesis of vitamin C in stored apples. Biochemical Journal 38(1): 105-108

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Synthesis of Vitamins by Intestinal Bacteria. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 28(7): 285-289

Synthesis of vitamins by microorganisms in relation to vitamin content of fancy cheeses. Food Res 8(4): 314-322

Synthesis of winter-hardy wheats. C. R. (Doklady) Acad. Sci. URSS, 39: 280-3

Synthesis of winter-hardy wheats. C.R. Doklady. Acad. Sci. U.R.S.S, 39: 280-83

Synthesis, cytotoxicity, and antitumor activity of lantadene-A congeners. Chemistry & Biodiversity 4(5): 932-939

Synthesising capacities of the embryo. 2. The formation of carotenoids and chlorophyll in etiolated wheat embryos. Biochem. Ztschr, 310: 335-343

Synthesising capacity of the embryo. 1. Formation of ascorbic acid and carotenoids in etiolated wheat embryos. Biochem. Ztschr, 310: 285-291

Synthesized allotetraploid F2 individuals obtained from the cross Aegiljops speltoides x Ae. umbellulata. Jap. J. Genet, 13: 224-26

Synthesized, processed, and natural sources of vitamin C in the mineral metabolism of normal children. Jour Pediatrics 16(6): 704-716

Synthetic 1-leucine in developmental growth of Obelia geniculata. Growth 4(1): 81-87

Synthetic Insecticides. A further Study of the Value of Alpha Naphthyl Isothiocyanate in Fly Sprays. Soap. New York, N.Y., 14: 10, 97; 99

Synthetic Medium Tuberculins : The Single Intradermal Caudal Fold Test. Aust. vet. J, 16: 50-67

Synthetic Medium Tuberculins: Tests with the C.S.L. Product H9-2. Aust. vet. J, 17: 16-18

Synthetic Medium Tuberculins: The Behaviour of the very Advanced Case of Tuberculosis. Aust. vet. J, 17: 229-231

Synthetic Oestrogenic Compounds. Nature. 132: 719-720

Synthetic Organic Compounds as Potential Insecticides. Induit. Engng Chem., Industr. Edit, 34: 499-501

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Synthetic Polyiropic Media for the Differentiation of Salmonella and Other Bacteria. Zbl. Bakt, 142: 208-213

Synthetic Resins and Wax in the Development of Formulae for Caterpillar Glue.. Summary of the Scientific Research Work of the Institute of Plant Protection for the Year Part II. Pests and Diseases of industrial and Fruit Crops, Leningrad, Lenin Acad. agric. Sci., 404-406

Synthetic Roach Powders. Use of organic Thiocyanates in powdered Form for Roach Control in Place of Pyrethrum. Soap. New York, N.Y., 20: 5, 102-105

Synthetic ability of plants as affected by vernalization. C. R. (Doklady) Acad. Sci. URSS, 31: 58-60