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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 13527

Chapter 13527 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



The Action of the Latex of Euphorbiaceae on Different Trypanosomes. Cultivation of Flagellates in Various Forms of Latex. Bull, Soc. Path. Exot, Jan. 16: 1, 41-50

The Action of the Pasteur Antirabies Treatment from the Experimental Point of View. Ann. Inst. Pasteur. Rabies Suppl, 200-221

The Action of the Pituitary Sex Hormone on Testes after Ligature of the Deferent Ducts. Sperimentale. 87: 5-14

The Action of the Pituitary Sex Hormone on the Pancreas, Adrenals, Pituitary and Thyroid after Ligature of the Deferent Ducts. Biochim. Ter. sper, 20: 10-13

The Action of the Posterior Lobe of the Pituitary upon the Normal and the Morbid Uterus of the Dog. Rev. gen. Med. vet, 41: 745-746

The Action of the Salivary Secretion of Mosquitos and of Glossina tachinoides on human Blood. Ann. Trop. Med. & Parasit, Liverpool, April 30. 18: 1, 103-108

The Action of the Urine of a Human Patient treated with Bayer 205 on an Infection of Trypanosoma rhodesiense in an Experimental Animal. Trans. Roy. Soc. Trop. Med. & Hyg, Jan. 18. 16: 7, 391-393

The Action of the Waxy Substances of the Tubercle Bacillus on the Multiplication in vivo in the Guinea Pig of saprophytic Acid-fast Bacilli and avian Tubercle Bacilli. C, R. Soc. Biol, Paris, 107: 596-598

The Action of various Insecticides on Fly Larvae. Wien. tierarztl. Mschr, Vienna, November 1st. 17: 21, 813-816

The Action on subsequent Crops of neutral Oils used for demonstrating Soil Treatment against the Colorado Potato Beetle. Nachrichtenbl. deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienst. Berlin, 7: 1, 4-5

The Actions of Mercury and Arsenic Vapours on Syphilis and Nagana.l. Compt. Rend. Soc. Biol, July 24. 93: 26, 487-489

The Activation in vitro of the Specific Agglutinating Power of Brucella Antibodies by Non-specific Sera. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris, 118: 1056-1058

The Active Immunization of Cattle against Foot and Mouth Disease (Preliminary Communication). Berl tierarztl. Wschr, 817-320

The Active Immunization of Sheep against Infectious Entero-toxaemia (Braxy-like Disease) by means of B. ovitoxicus Anaculture. J. Sci. & Indust. Res, Australia., 6: 92-98

The Active Principal of Chaulmoogra Oil. Bull. Soc. Path. Exot, May 8. 22: 5, 338-341

The Active Principles of Tuberculin. Beitr. Klin. Tuberk, 93: 64-78

The Activities of the Department of Tsetse Research, Tanganyika Territory, Since 1936. The Activities of the Department of Tsetse Research, Tanganyika Territory, Since, 1943. 32

The Activities of the Division of Foreign Pests Suppression. 57th Ann. Rept. Ent. Soc. Ontario, Toronto, 20-22

The Activities of the Entomological Section of the Anapa Zonal Experiment Station for Viticulture and Wine-manufacture and the Necessity for their further Expansion and Development in Accordance with Modern Requirements.. Vestn. Vinogr. Vinodel. Vinotorg. S.S.S.R., iii, Odessa, 12, 759-762

The Activities of the Perus Biological Station. Mem. Inst. Osw. Cruz. 38: 39-52

The Activities of the Scandinavian Livestock Insurance Company. 1890-1945. The Activities of the Scandinavian Livestock Insurance Company. 1890,. Uppsala: Almqvist & Wiksells Boktryckeri Aktie-bolag., 126

The Activity of and Results from the Malaria Research Station at Emden (East Friesland). Veroff. Marine-Sanitatsw, Berlin, 27: 180

The Activity of the. Arh. biol. nauk. 23: 399-410

The Acute Form of American Trypanosomiasis : Notes on its Pathology, with Autopsy Report and Observations on Trypanosomiasis cruzi in Animals. Amer. Jl. Trop. Med, Baltimore, Md., 3: 5, 425-454

The Acute Form of Chagas' Disease. The first Case reported from the State of S. Paulo. Brazil-Medico. Rio de Janeiro, March 2nd. 32: 9, 65 p

The Adaev horse. Socialist, seljsk. Hoz, 3, 54-55

The Adams-Stokes' syndrome in partial heart block in a horse. Vet. Arhiv, 11: 1-17

The Adaptation of Lice to their Surroundings. Arch. f. Schiffs- u. Trop.-Hygiene. Leipzic, 21: 10, 172-173

The Adaptation oi Trypanosomes to Man. Bull. Soc. Path. Exot, July 9. 23: 7, 719-721

The Adaptive Production Of Enzymes By Bacteria. Bacteriological Reviews 4(1): 1-16

The Addition of Saccharose to Drigalski, Conradi and Gassner Culture Media. Inaug. Diss, Hanover, 38

The Addition of Saccharose to the Drigalski, Conradi, and Gassner Culture Media. Dtsch. tierarztl. Wschr, 46: 279-281

The Adelaide Institute for Medical and Veterinary Science. Med. J. Aust, June 17. 910-912

The Adelopus needle-fall of the Douglas Fir described on the basis of the studies hitherto published on it. Biologe, 6: 12, 385-388

The Adequacy of Commercial Pasteurisation for Destruction of Tubercle Bacilli. Lancet. 233: 151-152

The Adhesiveness of Sprays and Dusts. Verh. deuts. Ges. angew. Ent., 7. Mitgliederversamml. Munchen, 31. Mai-2. Juni Berlin, 86-94

The Administration of Anthelminthics to Horses in Bran. Onderstepoort J. Vet. Sci. & Anim. Indust, 1: 59-61

The Administration of Bacterial Vaccines per os. Ann. Inst. Pasteur, Oct. 37: 10, 900-920

The Administration of Draughts to Sheep and Cattle, with Special Reference to Treatment for Verminous Gastro-enteritis. Ann. Trop. Med. & Parasit, Mar. 25. 21: 1, 27-34

The Administration of Ephynal (Vitamin E) on Certain Farms in the Canton of Geneva.. Ref. Vitamin E-Frage in Vet.-Med. Basel, 11-12

The Administration of Oil of Chenopodium in Soft, or Soluble Elastic, Gelatine Capsules, as compared with other Modes of Administration. Jl. American Vet. Med. Assoc, Nov. 56: 2, 169-177

The Administration of Poultry Disease Control Measures In the United States. Proc. 7th World's Poult. Congr, Washington. D.C.: U.S. Dep. Agric., 22-26

The Administration of Tartar Emetic by Various Routes. Ann. Trop. Med. & Parasit, July 22. 21: 2, 171-178

The Administration of the Attested Herd Schemes and the Milk (Special Designations) Order of 1936. Vet. Rec, 48: 1271-1278

The Adrenal Cortex. Arch. Path, 32: 474-501

The Adrenal Glands and Infection. Wien. klin. Wschr, 50: 682-683

The Adreno-tropie Hormone of the Anterior Pituitary Lobe. Lancet, 225: 347-348

The Adsorption of Swine Fever Virus. Arch. wiss. prakt. Tierheilk, 69: 69-78

The Adsorption of Ultravirus. Medlemsbl. danske Dyrlaegeforen, 22: 1-8

The Adsorption of the Virus of Foot and Mouth Disease. Compt. Rend. Acad. Sci. Paris, Jan. 172: 3, 185-187

The Adsorption-Absorption And Translocation Of Derris Constituents In Bean Plants. Science 85(2202): 264-264

The Adult Habits of the Apple Sucker (Psyllia maliy Schmidberger). Scientific Agric. Ottawa, 3: 2, 59-64

The Adult Raspberry Beetle as a Cause of serious Blossom Injury. J. Pomol. Hort. Sci, London, 11: 1, 53-55

The Adult and Nymph of the Mite, Leptotrombidium akamushi, Brumpt. Verhandl. Japan. Path. Gesellschaft. Tokyo, 7: 133-135

The Adult of Microfilaria malayi Brug, 1927. Indian med. Gaz, Calcutta, 75: 3, 159-160

The Adult, Egg, Larva and Pupa of Nygmia piperita Obert.. Kontyu. Tokyo, 5: 125-128

The Adulteration of Insect Powder with Powdered Daisy Flowers (Chrysanthemum leucanthcmum, L.). Bull. U.S. Dept. Agric, Washington, D.C., July 28th. 795, 12

The Advance of P. botrana in the German Vineyard Regions. Arb. physiol. angew. Ent. Berl, Berlin, 4: 2, 81-94

The Advance of Veterinary Science and its Literature. Berl. tierarztl. Wschr, 50: 683-688

The Advance of the Codling Moth in British Columbia. Proc. ent. Soc. B. C, Vernon, B.C., 39: 16

The Advance of the Fungi. The Advance of the Fungi, London, Jonathan Cape, 488. Price: 18s, 26 pp

The Advance of the Spruce Sawfly in North Saxony. Die kranke Pflanze, Dresden., September- 2: 9-10,

The Advance of the dangerous Silver Fir Aphid, Chermes nordmannianae, in the Selection Forest District of Vorderarni. Schweiz. Z. Forstwes, Bern, 7-8, 5

The Advantage of Stained Antigens in the Diagnostic Agglutination Test for Brucella Infections. J. Lab. clin. Med, 28: 298-300

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Dusting in Agriculture, Gardening and Forestry. (One Year's Experience with the Power Duster of the Nederlandsche Heide Maatschappij.). Landbouwk. Tijdsckr, Wageningen, 50: 613, 8

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Livestock Marketing. Vet. Rec, 56: 17

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Pasteuriza-tion of All City Milk. J. Amer. Vet. Med. Ass, 80: 370-375

The Advantages of the Simultaneous Double Subcutaneous Method in Vaccination with BCG. Variation in the Virulence of BCG. Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 55: 451-473

The Advantages of the Single Intradermo-Vaccination against Anthrax. C. R. Soc. Biol, Feb 5. 92: 4, 251-253

The Aedes of the Mountains of California and Oregon. Insecutor Inscitiae Menstruus. Washington, D. C., October- 8: 10-12, 165-173

The Aegeriidae of Sicily. Boll. Lab. Zool. Gen. Agrar. R. Scuola Sup. Agric, Portici., 16: 211-220

The Aegeriidae or Clearwing Moths occurring in Oregon. 19th Bienn. Rep. Oregon. Bd. Hort, Portland, Ore., 125-138

The Aegilo-tricums (Aegilops x Triticum) of the French flora. Riviera Sci, 25: 14-16

The Aeid-Base Equilibrium in Pica in Cattle. Berl. Munch. tierarztl. Wschr, Feb. 20th. 55-58

The Aerial Spread of Streptococcal Infections. Lancet, 236: 741-746

The Aeroplane at Work when controlling the Asiatic Locust in the Daghestan Soviet Socialistic Republic in 1931.. Bull. Leningrad Inst. Controll. Fm. For. Pests. Leningrad, 2, 59-115

The Aetiological Importance of Trichomonads in Pyometra and Sporadic Abortion of Cattle. Schweiz. Arch. Tierhlk, 74: 343-351

The Aetiological Relationship of SevenDay Fever. Proceedings of the Third Meeting of the General Malaria Committee held at Madras, 18th-20th Nov., Simla, 207-208

The Aetiological, Bio-ehemical, Pathogenic, Pathological-Anatomical and Clinical Relationships of Rickets. Biochemical Part. The Aetiological, Bio-ehemical, Pathogenic, Pathological-Anatomical and Clinical Relationships of Rickets. Biochemical Part, Jena: Gustav Fischer., 476. Price: RM. 22

The Aetiologieal Importance of Lepto-spira in Stuttgart Disease. Tierarztl. Rdsch, 43: 547-551

The Aetiology and Clinical Symptoms of Five Day Fever. Munchener Med. Wochenschr, Munich, May 22nd. 64: 21, 695 p

The Aetiology and Pathogenesis of Darmous. (Spontaneous Fluorosis of the Phosphate Areas). Maroc-Med, March 15. 207-210

The Aetiology of Canine Hysteria.. Vet. Rec, 12: 1376-1377

The Aetiology of Summer Sores. Inaug. Diss, Hanover.,

The Aetiology of Blackhead in Poultry. Arch. wiss.prakt. Tierheilk, 69: 410-488

The Aetiology of Bovine Actinomyeosis. Z. InfektKr. Haustiere, 50: 129-164

The Aetiology of Bovine Leucosis in East Prussia. Z. InfektKr. Haustiere, 52: 187-220

The Aetiology of Catarrhal-Purulent Pneumonia of Piglets with Reference to Swine Influenza. Allatorv. Lapok, 58: 125-129

The Aetiology of Contagious Pneumonia of Foals. Allatorv. Kozl, 31: 131-134

The Aetiology Of Dental Caries. British Medical Journal 2(3746): 747-749

The Aetiology of Fowl Paralysis. Z. InfektKr. Haustiere, 44: 11-42

The Aetiology of Grass Tetany. IV. Arch. wiss. prakt. Tierheilk, 68: 215-216

The Aetiology of Grass Tetany. V. The Lowering of the Blood Calcium and Magnesium by a Plant Extract, by Blood Loss, Fasting or Tissue Necrosis. Arch. wiss. prakt. Tierheilk, 68: 386-396

The Aetiology of Infectious Icterus among the Cattle.. J. Microbiol, Moscou., 8, 66-68

The Aetiology of Influenza. Lancet, 227: 149-150

The Aetiology of Irido-Cyclo-Choroiditis in Horses (Periodic Ophthalmia). Sovyet. Vet, 3, 84-89

The Aetiology of Kala-azar and Tropical Sore. Lancet, London, August 11th. ccv: 5215, 273-274

The Aetiology of Laminitis. Svensk Vet.-tidskr, 37: 77-83

The Aetiology of Leishmaniases. Algerie Med, 36: 189-171

The Aetiology of Malignant Bovine Catarrh. Rec. Med. vet, 111: 391-406

The Aetiology of Persistent Corpora Lutea. Dokl. vsesoyuz, Akad. sel'skokhoz. Nauk, 7, 23-30

The Aetiology of Phlebotomus Fever. Jl. R.A.M.C, London, 44: 3, 03

The Aetiology of Piglet Paratyphoid. Sovyet. Vet, 11, 43-48

The Aetiology of Polyarthritis in the Rat. Lancet. 237: 7-10

The Aetiology of Porcine Encephalomyelitis. Berl. Munch. tierarztl. Wschr, Oct. 4. 483

The Aetiology of Respiratory Diseases. J. R. Army vet. Cps, 15: 9-10

The Aetiology of Rickets in Calves. Arch. wiss. prakt. Tierheilk, 69: 151-166

The Aetiology of Sudden Death of Sheep in Yugoslavia. Jugoslav. vet. Glasn, 18: 504-513

The Aetiology of Swine Influenza (Enzootic Pneumonia of Young Pigs). Zlb. Bakt, 129: 161-176

The Aetiology of Typhus. Deutsche Med. Wochenschr, Berlin, September 21st. 42: 38, 1157-1158

The Aetiology of the So-Called Milker's Nodules. I. Clinical Observations. Arch. Derm. Berl, 170: 38-60

The Aetiology of the So-Called Milker's Nodules. II. Pathology. Arch. Derm. Berl, 170: 38-60

The Aetiology of the So-Called Milker's Nodules. III. Experimental Work. Arch. Derm. Berl, 170: 38-60

The Aetiology of the So-Called Milker's Nodules. IV. Veterinary Aspects. (A New Type of Sheep Pox in the Ukraine). Arch. Derm. Berl, 170: 38-60

The Aetiology of the Tsutsugamushi Disease and Tropical Typhus in the Federated Malay States. Part II. Trans. R. Soc. Trop. Med. & Hyg, London, June 25th. 23: 1, 57-70

The Aetiology of the Tsutsugamushi Disease and tropical Typhus in the Federated Malay States. Trans. R. Soc. Trop. Med. & Hyg, London, August 22nd. 22: 2, 161-173

The Aetlological Importance of R. conjunctivae in the Specific Kerato-Conjunotivitis of Sheep in South-West Africa. Z. InfektKr. Hautstiere, 57: 271-287

The Afforestation of Dunes regarded in its Relation to Malaria Control. Riv. Malanologia. Rome, January- 6: 1, 85-90

The Africa Fertilizer Summit - the way forward?. Currents Uppsala (40/41): 21-29

The African Guareas (Meliaceae).. Bull. Soc. bot. Fr, 86: 146-54

The African Oil Palm in Sumatra. Agric. Bull. F.M.S, Kuala Lumpur, April- 9: 2, 90-104

The African Republic of Liberia and the Belgian Congo. Contrib, Dept. Trop. Med. Inst. Trop. Biol. Med, Cambridge [Mass.], Harvard Univ. Press, 5: xxvi + ix 1064. Price: 2 vols. $15,

The African Strain of Aujeszky's Disease. Maroc med, 17: 308-311

The African and his live-stock. The African and his live-stock, London : Oxford University Press, Humphrey Milford., iv + 72. Price: 1s. 6d,

The African elepnant. Monogr Wildsaugetiere, Lpz, 9: 152

The African oil palm: its history, cultivation and importance. Lloydia, 7: 101-20. bibl. 30

The Africander cattle : Their history and their origin ; synthesis of the qualities of the Africander breed ; its excellent qualities as dairy cattle ; the Africander breed as beef cattle ; the standard of excellence fixed by the Africander Cattle Breeders' Society of the Union of South Africa ; how the idea of importing the Africander originated amongst ourselves. Rev. Industr. anim, 2: 3, 3-21

The Afrikaner sheep. Schweiz. Arch. Tierheilk, 83: 424-431

The After-Birth Reaction for the Diagnosis of Contagious Abortion. Deuts. tierarztl. Wschr, 42: 326

The Agaoninae collected in West Africa by Prof. F. Silvestri. Boll. Lab. Zool. Gen. Agrar, R. Scuola Sup. Agric, Porlici, April 26th. 10: 121-286

The Agathis forests of the district of Poso.. Tectona. 33: 616-40

The Agave Caterpillar, A. hesperiaris. An. Inst. Biol. Mex, Mexico, 5: 3, 00

The Age of Insects. Jl. Elisha Mitcheil Sci. Soc. Chapel Hill. N.C., 37: 1, 2

The Agglutinability by Trypaflavine of B. typhosus and its Relation to Vi Antigen. J. Path. Bact, 44: 349-355

The Agglutination Reaction in Tularaemia. J. infect. Dis, 69: 193-205

The Agglutination Test as an Aid in handling Bang Abortion Disease. Cornell. Vet, Apr. 16: 2, 127-132

The Agglutination Test for B. abortus Infection As Applied at the Animal Diseases Research Institute, Hull, Que. Rep. vet. Dir. Gen. Dep. Agric. Can, 45-46

The Agglutination Test for Bovine Brucellosis. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk, 64: 1431-1439

The Agglutination Test for Pullorum Disease. Zverolek. Rozpravy, 11: 57-60, 61-69 and 73-81

The Agglutination Test for Salmonella pullrum Infection. Arch. Geflugelk, 12: 241-245

The Agglutination Test in relation to the Persistence of Bact. abortus in the Body of the Cow. Rep. New York State Vet. Coll. for 30. Albany : J. B. Lyon Company, 56-88

The Agglutination Test in the Diagnosis of Brucella abortus Infection in Cattle. Comparison of Methods used in Different Countries. Bull. Off. internat. Epiz, 12: 107-151

The Agglutination and the differential Diagnosis of the Species of Leishmania. Brasil-Medico. Rio de Janeiro, 52: 38, 849-855

The Agglutination of Br. melitensis by the Sera of Tuberculous Persons. Bull. Soc. Sci. vet, Lyon, 36: 158-160

The Agglutination of Brtfcella melitensis and the Serum Diagnosis of Undulant Fever, fcauses of Error and the Necessary Precautions. Bull. Soc. Path.'Exot, Feb. 13. 17: 2, 110-114

The Agglutination of Intact Azo-Erythrocytes by Antisera Homologous to the Attached Groups. J. Immunol, 44: 101-105

The Agglutinogens of Clostridium septique. Comparative Value of Serum Anti-O and Antitoxic Serum. Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 49: 308-818

The Agricultural Advisory Department, Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture. Report . on the Agricultural Department, Antigua, 1937. Issued by the Commissioner of Agriculture. The Agricultural Advisory Department, Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture. Report, on the Agricultural Department, Antigua, Issued by the Commissioner of Agriculture, Advocate Co. Ltd., Printers to the Government of Barbados, 52

The Agricultural Advisory Department, Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture. Report of the Agricultural Department, St Kitts-Nevis, 1938. Issued by the Commissioner of Agriculture. The Agricultural Advisory Department, Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture. Report of the Agricultural Department, St Kitts-Nevis, Issued by the Commissioner of Agriculture, Bridgetown, Barbados: Advocate Co. Ltd., 60. Price: 6d,

The Agricultural Advisory Department, Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture. Report on the Agricultural Department, Antigua, 1936. The Agricultural Advisory Department, Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture. Report on the Agricultural Department, Antigua 1937. 43

The Agricultural Appropriation Act, 1922-23. Expt. Sta. Record. Washington, D.C., 47: 1, 1-8

The Agricultural Department, North-West Frontier Province, Quarterly Notes. Agric. Live-Stk India. 9: 303

The Agricultural Development of Baluchistan. The Protection of Fruit Trees from Green fly. Agric. Res. Inst. Bull, Pusa, Calcutta, 119, 22-24

The Agricultural Entomology of North Wales. Proc. Llandudno, Colwyn Bay & District Field Club, Llanfairfechan, 16

The Agricultural Entomology of the Holland Division of Lincolnshire. Lines. Nat. Union Trans., Lincoln, 129-148

The Agricultural Experiment Station at Tucuman and its work. Rev. Ind. Agric. Tucuman. 21: 67-71

The Agricultural Institute. Inauguration of the new office buildings. Landbouw. Buitenzorg, 9: 287-95

The Agricultural Journal of Egypt. New Ann. Ser. 25. Cairo, Ministry of Agriculture, Egypt, 2: 166. Price: P.T.5 [1s. 0 0.5 d.],

The Agricultural Pests Enactment, 1926. F.M.S. Govt. Gaz, Kuala Lumpur, February 11th., 10

The Agricultural Pests Ordinance, 1917. (No. 2 of 1917.). The Agricultural Pests Ordinance, (No. 2 of 1917.), 1938. 2

The Agricultural Pests of the Southern Provinces, Nigeria. Bull. Entom. Research, London, 5: 3, 14

The Agricultural Problems Posed by Sleeping Sickness Settlements. E. Afr. agric. J, 9: 17-22

The Agricultural Research Institute, Sausenstein, Lower Danube. Forschungsdienst. 17: 360-2

The Agricultural Research Station of Tucuman faces the crisis of over-production of sugar. Bol. Estac. agric. Tucuman. 25: 24. bibl. 142

The Agricultural Utilisation of the eastern Slopes of the Eritrean Plateau. L'Ordine fascista. Rome, 7

The Agricultural Zoology of North Wales. Univ. Coll. N. Wales, Dept. Agric, Bangor, 42

The Agricultural Zoology of the. Amsterdam, J. H. de Bussy, x + 368. Price: 16 florins

The Agricultural Zoology of the Malay Archipelago. The Agricultural Zoology of the Malay Archipelago, Amsterdam, J. H. de Bussy Ltd., xi+473. 11 pp

The Agriculture of Costa Rica. Foreign AGRIC, 9: 114-128

The Agromyzid Flies of native leguminous Plants in Java. Medea. Inst. PlZiek, Buitenzorg, 78, 97

The Agronomic Station and the national problems of phytopathology. Rev. agron, Lisboa -3. 30: 3, 414-438

The Agronomical Train of the Vladikavkaz Railway. Journal of Agriculture and Forestry. Petrograd, ccli: 6, 161-179

The Ahal-Teke horse. Konevodstvo. 2, 15-40

The Ahmednagar stallion breeding stud. Vet. Rec, 48: 666-668

The Ailanthus Silkworm. Bull. Brooklyn Ent. Soc, Brooklyn, N.Y, 20: 3, 120-123

The Aims and Methods of Forest Entomology. Medd. Stat. Skogs-forsoksanst. Stockholm, 20: 2, 209-240

The Aims of Applied Forest Entomology. Bericht Amtsantritts d. Rektors fur 17 der k.k. Hochschule fur Bodenkultur. Vienna, 22-42

The Air-Driven Ultraeentrifuge. Nature. Lond., 146: 541-542; 551-552

The Aira species of Switzerland. Ber. Schweiz. bot. Ges, 48: 9-21

The Airplane in Catalpa Sphinx Control. Mthly. Bull. Ohio Agric. Expt. Sta, Wooster., July- 7: 7-8, 126-136

The Alabama standard for canned dog food. Fet. Med, 34: 314-318

The Alabuzin improved pig. Sovetsk. Zooteh, 2/3, 56-65

The Albany-Troy-Schenectady milk market. Mimeographed Rep. N.Y. St. Coll. Agric, A.E.461, 13

The Alberta dairy farm business. Bull. Alberta Dep. Agric, 73: 22

The Alcohpl-Formalin Solution for Control of American Foul Brood. Connecticut Agric. Expt. Sta. Bull, New Haven, Conn., 265, 305-307

The Alder Beetle as a Pest of Cherry. Arb. physiol. angew. Ent. Berl, Berlin, 5th 1: 1, 80-92

The Alder Leaf Beetle. Natur u. Volk. Frankfurt a. M., March 1st. 67: 3, 149-153

The Alentejano cattle of Portalegre-production, utilisation and improvement. Rev. Med. vet, Lisboa, 36: 222-246

The Aleppo Pine in the Mediterranean region.. Rev. Eaux For, 78: 4-6, 223-37

The Aleurio-spore : Its Formation and Definition. Rev. mycol, 1: 37-39

The Aleyrodidae and Coccidae of Connecticut. Connecticut Geol. & Nat. Hist. Survey, New Haven, Conn., 335-382

The Alfalfa Caterpillar. U.S. Dept. Agric, Washington, D.C., Farmers' Bull. 1094, 16

The Alfalfa Looper, Autographa californica, Speyer. Agric. Gaz. Canada. Ottawa, 5: 2, 132-136

The Alfalfa Looper, Plusia californica, as a Truck Crop Pest. Oregon Agric. Expt. Sta. Second Biennial Crop Pest and Horticultural Report . 1915, January 15th. 184-188

The Alfalfa Plant Bug (Adelphocoris lineolatus Goeze) in Nebraska (Hemiptera ; Miridae). J. Kans. ent. Soc, Manhattan, Kans., 15: 3, 92 p

The Alfalfa Plant Bug Adelphocoris lineolatus (Goeze) and other Miridae (Hemiptera) in Relation to Alfalfa-seed Production in Minnesota. Tech. Bull. Minn. agric. Exp. Sta, St. Paul, Minn., 161, 80

The Alfalfa Plant Bug, Adelphocoris lineolatus (Goeze), found in Kansas. J. Kans. ent. Soc, Manhattan, Kans., 14: 1, 25-26

The Alfalfa Snout Beetle. J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis., 30: 5, 715-721

The Alfalfa Snout Beetle : its Control and Suppression. Bull. Cornell agric. Exp. Sta, Ithaca, N.Y., 757, 50

The Alfalfa Snout Beetle, Brachyrhinus ligustici L. Bull. Cornell Univ. agric. Exp. Sta, Ithaca, N.Y., 629, 47

The Alfalfa Stem Nematode (Tylenchus dipsaci). Mthly. Bull. Cal. Dept. Agric, Sacramento, Cal., 12: 6, 299-303

The Alfalfa Thrips and Its Effect on Alfalfa Seed Production. Canad. Ent, Orillia, Ont., 4: 5, 101-105

The Alfalfa Web Worm. (Oklahoma Agric & Mechan. Coll, Agric. Expt. Sta., Stillwater, Bull. 109). The Alfalfa Web Worm, 7

The Alfalfa Webworm (Loxostege commixtalis Walker). Circ. Colo. Ent, Fort Collins, Colo., 58, 12

The Alfalfa Weevil. Montana Agric. Expt. Sta. Circ, Bozeman., Jan. 35: 06

The Alfalfa Weevil. Mthly. Bull. Cal State Commiss. Hovtic, Sacramento, 6: 7, 295-297

The Alfalfa Weevil. 3rd Crop Pest & Hortic. Rept. Oregon Agric. Expt. Sta, Corvallis, January 10th. 116-118

The Alfalfa Weevil (Phytonomus posticus, F.). Utah Agric. Coll. Expt. Sta. Logan, Circ, 31, 8

The Alfalfa Weevil Investigation. Jl. Econ. Entom, Concord, N.H., 10: 1, 123-131

The Alfalfa Weevil and Methods of Controlling it. Farmers' Bull. U.S. Dept. Agric, Washington, D.C., July 17th. Farmers' Bull 741, 16

The Alfalfa Weevil and State Quarantine. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento, 7: 8, 484-487

The Alfalfa Weevil in Colorado. Bull. Colo. Agric. Expt. Sta, Fort Collins, Colo., 399,

The Alfalfa Weevil or Phytonomus (Phytonotmis variabilis Hbst.).. The Alfalfa Weevil or Phytonomus (Phytonotmis variabilis Hbst.), Moscow, Ob'ed. gosud. Izd. Sredneaz. Otd. (SAOGIZ) [Amalgam. St. Pub. Cent. Asiatic Sect., 240. Price: 5 rub. ; 25 kop, 14 pp

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