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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 13553

Chapter 13553 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



The chemical constitution of brain, kidneys and heart of white rats in experimental hypothyroidism. Endocrinology 29(6): 919-926

The chemical control of Klamath weed. 1. Application of ecological methods in determining the herbicidal and fertilizing properties of ammonium sulfamate and commercial borax. Ecology, 25: 424-32

The chemical control of annual weeds in growing crops. Proc. Wld's. Grain Exhib. and Conf. Regina, 2: 207-13

The chemical control of conjugation in Zygosaccharomyces. Amer Jour Bot 28(7): 617-621

The chemical control of conjugation in Zygosaccharomyces. II. Amer Jour Bot 30(2): 94-101

The chemical control of lumber and log staining and molding fungi. Journ. of Forestry. 30: 6, 714-721

The chemical control of weeds. IV. Sulphamic acid as a herbicide. Cienc. Tec, 1: 69-70

The chemical destruction of forest pests. Endeavour 3(9): 32-37

The chemical determination of minute amounts of boron. Ann Rept Fruit And Veg Preserv Res Sta Univ Bristol 1942: 18-26

The chemical determination of minute quantities of vitamin C. Jour Biol Chem 109(1): 433-436

The chemical determination of nicotinic acid in milk and milk derivatives. Jour Biol Chem 140(3): 755-762

The chemical determination of nicotinic acid in plant materials. Jour Biol Chem 146(2): 553-563

The chemical determination of the quality of canned green peas. Tech. Bull. N.Y. St. agric. Exp. Sta, 233: 26. bibl. 17

The chemical determination of thiamine. Jour Biol Chem 143(3): 575-588

The chemical determination of thiamine in pharmaceutical preparations. Sci Ed Jour Amer Pharm Assoc 32(2): 56-58

The chemical determination of tocopherols in animal fats: the stability of hog fats in relation to fatty acid composition and tocopherol contents. Arch. Biochem, 8: 321-335

The chemical determination of tocopherols in liver and muscle; tocopherol in urine and feces. Jour Biol Chem 149(2): 549-554

The chemical determination of tocopherols in muscle tissue. Jour Biol Chem 146(1): 123-130

The chemical determination of vitamin C with removal of interfering reducing and coloured substances. Biochemical Journal 28(4): 1153-1154

The chemical differentiation of individual shrubs of vegetatively raised geraniums. Bull. appl. Bot. Leningr, 13, 31-53. bibl. 33

The chemical eradication of Ribes. U.S. Dept. of Agric. Tech. Bull, 240, 24

The chemical eradication of crown gall on almond trees. Phytopathology, 31: 956-7. bibl. 2

The chemical eradication of lawn weeds. Proc Amer Soc Hort Sci 35: 845-849, 1937( )

The chemical estimation of tocopherols in blood plasma. Jour Biol Chem 156(2): 499-505

The chemical estimation of vitamin E in vegetable oils. Biochemical Journal 39(5): 498-507

The chemical estimation of vitamin E.. Thesis, Univ. Utrecht. Schotanus and Jens. 79

The chemical evaluation of pyrethrum flowers (Chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium). The extraction of the flowers for analysis and the preparation of colourless concentrates of the pyrethrins. J. agric. Sci, 31: 178-85. bibl. 9

The chemical evaluation of the vitamins. Analyst. 59: 70-81

The chemical factor in the parasitic infection of plants. Angew. Chem, 51: 44, 775 p

The chemical formation of highly active thyroprotein. J. Dairy Sci, 25: 8, 702-703

The chemical formulary. The chemical formulary, Chemical Publishing Co., Inc., Brooklyn, N.Y., 7: 474. Price: $6.00,

The chemical formulation of gene structure and gene action. Advances Enzymol 4: 1-39

The chemical foundations of the fungicidal action of vineyard sulphur. Z. PflKmnkh, 45: 11, 537-550

The chemical growth of the brain of the white rat and its relation to sex. Growth 7(3): 257-264

The chemical identification of ascorbic acid in urine. Biochemical Journal 31(10): 1874-1878

The chemical identification of vitamin C. Confirmation of activity of a preparation of hexuronic acid. Lancet 223(5683): 235-237

The chemical identification of yellow lupins bred for absence of bitter properties. Landw. Jb, 81: 1

The Chemical Induction of Genetic Changes in Fungi. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 25(7): 329-335

The chemical investigation of cigaratte tobacco. Landbouw, 16: 655-87

The chemical investigation of colonial woods with special reference to the manufacture of cellulose.. Kolonialforstl. Mitt, 2: 65-73

The chemical investigation of lignin. Bull. Mass. agric. Exp. Sta, 428, 25

The chemical investigation of some Gramineae oils. J. Fac. Agric. Hokkaido Univ, 37: 1-40

The chemical measurement and control of clinical vitamin deficiency. New England Jour Med 226(16-17): 649-656, 688-694

The chemical measurement of vitamin B(1) in foodstuffs and biological material by means of the thiochrome reaction. Biochemical Journal 31(11): 1958-1963

The chemical mechanism of biological nitrogen fixation. Acta Chem. Fenn, 138: 17

The chemical nature and some physiological properties of the toxic substances producing septic tonsilitis.. Biohimija. 10: 199-204

The chemical nature of bacterial antigens. Brit. med. Bull, 2: 281-284

The chemical nature of cataract in the diabetic. New England J. Med, 212: 463-468

The chemical nature of clays. Proc. Int. Conf. Soil Mech. Found, Engng, 1: 51-54

The chemical nature of glioioxin: a microbicidal compound produced by the fungus Gliocladium fimbriatum. J. Bact, 42: 6, 815-816

The chemical nature of growth factors required by mosquito larvae. 1. Riboflavin and thiamin. Biol. Bull, 75: 75-84

The chemical nature of royal jelly. Biochemical Journal 34(8-9): 1155-1162

The chemical nature of some growth hormones as determined by the diffusion method. Proc. Acad. Sci. Amst, 38: 1074-81

The chemical nature of some typical soil profiles of Saskatchewan, Canada. Sci. Agric, 18: 109-119

The chemical nature of substances inducing polyploidy in plants. Compt Rend [Doklady] Acad Sci Urss 19(3): 189-192

The chemical nature of the anti-xerophthalmic vitamin A. (Experiments on isolation and synthesis.). Arch. f. exp. Pathol. u. Pharmakol, 159: 93-110. 7 figs

The chemical nature of the arginases. Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 17: 410-411

The chemical nature of the chromosomes and the nucleolus. Bol. Soc. Argent. Bot, 1: 4-35

The chemical nature of the inorganic portion of fetal tooth substance. J. Dent, Res, 16: 85-101

The chemical nature of urease. Hoppe-Seyler's Ztschr. f. Physiol. Chem, 195: 260-266

The chemical nature of vitamin B1. Indian J. Med. Res, 24: 221-231

The chemical nature of vitamin B(1) from evidence afforded by its electrical transference. Biochemical Journal 25(4): 1391-1396

The chemical nature of vitamin P. Sci Ed Jour Amer Pharm Assoc 32(3): 74-77

The chemical peculiarities of wheat in connexion with their resistance to rust. Bull. Appl. Bot. Leningrad, 11, 179-99

The chemical programme of 1932. Second Ann. Rept. on Cacao Research for I.C.T.A., Trinidad, i-ii

The chemical properties of forest soil successfully converted into cultivated land in the Oravsky Podzamok district of Slovakia.. Sborn. Csl. Akad. Zemed, 13: 435-455

The chemical reducing capacity and vitamin C content of transplantable tumours of the rat and guinea-pig. Brit. J. Exp. Pathol. 17: 124-134

The chemical senses. The chemical senses, London : Leonard Hill Ltd, vii + 424

The chemical softening of wood for microtome sectioning. New York State Coll Forestry Tech Publ 63: 1-16

The chemical state of the CO2 of enamel, dentine and cement. C. R. Soc. Biol, 139: 804-805

The chemical status of zinc in the soil with methods of analysis. Hilgardia 13(1): 1-29

The chemical sterilisation of milking machines. Welsh Jour Agric 17: 139-146

The chemical structure of fats in relation to their digestibility and palatability. Food. 4: 350-352

The chemical structure of tri-calcium phosphate and of calcium carbonate in phosphorites and bones. Ann. Fac. Agrar. Univ. Pisa, 5: 416-435

The chemical study of the hybrid Ghimpati x Molovata (compared with the pure varieties Ghimpati and Molovata). Bul. Cultiv. Ferment. Tutun, 34: 20-35

The chemical synthesis of humus substances. Forsch-Dienst, 1: 422-427

The chemical test of bred yellow lupins deprived of bitter principle. Landw. Jb, 81: 1

The chemical testing of plant nutrient solutions. The chemical testing of plant nutrient solutions 86p

The chemical titration of amino-acids in presence of glycol. Bull. Soc, Chim. biol, 25: 351-357

The chemical treatment of straw With caustic soda. Problemy Zhivotnovodstva, 4-5, 209-217

The chemical variability of plants and the significance in systematics and breeding. Bull. Appl. Bot., Ser. A. Leningrad., 11, 21-40

The chemical, physical, and culinary properties of peanut oil. Jour Amer Dietetic Assoc 19(9): 618-620

The chemico-biological Bases of Vacuum Fumigation. Naturwissenschaften. Berlin, 26: pt. 45, 733-736

The chemicotcherapy of mycoses. Third Part: Mucor-mycosis. First communication: experiments 'in vitro'. Boll. Sez. Ital. delia Soc. Internais. Microbiol, 5: 4, 95-107

The chemicotheraphy of mycoses. Third Part. Mucor-mycosis. Second communication: experiments 'in vivo'. Boll. Sez. ltal, della Soc. Internaz. Microbiol, 5: 9, 201-206

The chemicotherapy of mycoses. First part : Aspergillosis. Second note. Experiments 'in vivo'. Boll. Sez. Ital. della Soc. Intemaz. Microbiol, 4: 4, 113-118

The chemicotherapy of mycoses. Second part : Penicilliosis. Boll. Sez. Ital. della Soc. Intemaz. Microbiol, 4: 4, 119-126

The chemism of cotton and lucerne on salt soils. Agro-technique for cotton and lucerne in Kazahstan. Symposium, Taskent, 44-56

The chemism of photosynthesis. C. R. (Doklady) Acad. Sci. U.R.S.S, 31: 163-4

The chemist and the lumber industry. Timber of Canada. 4: 6, 32-4, 76-7

The chemist and the plant breeder. Trop. Agric. Colombo. 9: 90

The chemistry and cytology of the sperm membrane of sheep. Anat Rec 76(4): 455-472

The chemistry and metabolism of the compounds of phosphorus. Annu. Rev. Biochem, 14: 283-308

The chemistry and metabolism of the compounds of sulfur. Annu. Rev. Biochem, 14: 263-282

The chemistry and physiology of hormones. The chemistry and physiology of hormones, Washington, D.C.: American Association for the Advancement of Science., 243

The chemistry and physiology of vitamin A. Vitamins And Hormones 2: 155-213

The chemistry and technology of marine animal oils with particular reference to those of Canada. (Fisheries Res. Board Canada Bull. No. 59). The chemistry and technology of marine animal oils with particular reference to those of Canada, Fisheries Res

The chemistry of minor elements in plant nutrition. Aust. Chem. Inst. J. Proc, 5: 417-426

The chemistry of Arachis and of its products. Rev. Bot. appl, 14: 615-32

The chemistry of Phytomonas tumefaciens. I. The lipids of Phytomonas tumefaciens. The composition of the phosphatide. Jour Biol Chem 129(2): 519-529

The chemistry of Vitamin D. J. Amer. Med. Assoc, 110: 2150-2155

The chemistry of Vitamin E. 34. The three dimethylethyltocols. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 64: 445-447

The chemistry of Vitamin E. 35. The behaviour of tocopherols at the dropping mercury electrode. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 64: 447-451

The chemistry of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and its analogues. Ergebn. Vitaminu, Harmon/orsch, 2: 160

The chemistry of biotin. Vitamins And Hormones 2: 29-69

The chemistry of blood serum phosphatides. Biochem. Ztschr, 305: 129-135

The chemistry of bone formation. 1. The composition of precipitates formed from salt solutions. J. Biol. Chem, 159: 411-416

The chemistry of bone formation. 2. Some factors which affect the solubility of calcium phosphate in blood serum. J. Biol. Chem, 159: 417-424

The chemistry of butanol lignin. Paper Trade Jour 111(9): 86-89

The chemistry of cell division. 5. The influence of ascorbic acid, glutathione and cysteine on the activity of tumor nuclease. Amer. J. Cancer. 25: 780-788

The chemistry of cell nuclei. Edinb. med. J, 51: 353-366

The chemistry of certain beet hybrids. Pub. Inst. Belge l'Amelioration Betterave. 5, 147-226

The chemistry of embryonic growth. 3. A biochemical study of the embryonic growth of the pig with special reference to nitrogeneous compounds. Amer. J. Physiol, 102: 153-166

The chemistry of embryonic growth. 4. The requirement of the pig embryo for copper. J. Biol. Chem, 104: 541-546

The chemistry of flesh foods and their losses on cooking. (Med. Res. Counc. Spec. Rep. Ser. No. 187.). The chemistry of flesh foods and their losses on cooking, H.M.S.O., Nov. 2s. 6d,

The chemistry of fungus and bacterial pigments. Aust. chem. Inst. J. Proc, 6: 8, 313-330

The chemistry of garlic (Allium satiuum L.). 3. The reserve polysaccharides. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. [B. 13: 129-133

The chemistry of growth and the food value of the common eel (Anguilla anguilla (L.)). Biochemical Journal 38(5): 474-480

The chemistry of honey. 1. Determination of the origin of honey by spectrum analysis of its- mineral components. Forschungsdienst. 11: 222-233

The chemistry of human skin. 3. The occurrence of methionine in human skin (stratum comeum). J. Biol. Chem, 129: 477-479

The chemistry of humic-acid formation under physiological conditions.. Biochem. Ztschr, 312: 339-348

The chemistry of humic-acid formation under physiological conditions. II. The presence of methylglyoxal in soil. Biochem. Ztschr, 313: 174-181

The chemistry of insecticides and fungicides. Journ. South-Eastern Agric. Coll, Wye, Kent, 29: 31-34

The chemistry of menhaden oil. Component fatty acids. Indust. Eng. Chem. Anal. Ed, 13: 615-616

The chemistry of mould tissue, VI. Factors influencing the amount and nature of the fat produced by Aspergulus fischeri. Bio-chem. J, 29: 1, 21-33

The chemistry of muscle. Schweiz. med. Wochenschr, 73: 1217-1218

The chemistry of natural coloring matters. The constitutions, properties, and biological relations of the important natural pigments. The chemistry of natural coloring matters. The constitutions, properties, and biological relations of the important natural pigments, New York, Reinhold Publishing Co., 354. Price: 10.00

The chemistry of raneidification of fat. 18. Mode of action of the anti-oxidising complex from oafaaeaL. Biochem. Ztsckr, 315: 381-390

The chemistry of resistance of plants to Phymatotrichum root rot. IV. Toxicity of phenolic and related compounds. Amer Jour Bot 27(2): 99-108

The chemistry of resistance of plants to Phymatotrichum root rot. V. Influence of alkaloids on growth of fungi. Phytopath 30(6): 475-485

The chemistry of serozems.. Pedology, 6, 24-42

The chemistry of soil organic matter: I. Distribution of uronic carbon in some soil profiles. Soil Sci, 56: 143

The chemistry of soil organic matter: II. Hypoiodite oxidation of the organic matter in some soil profiles. Soil Sci, 56: 223-233

The chemistry of some of the irradiation products of ergosterol. J. Soc. Chem. Indust, 54: 795-797

The chemistry of some plant viruses. J. Aust. chem. Inst, 4: 10, 375-392

The chemistry of the acyclic constituents of natural fats and oils. Ann. Rev. Biochem, 11: 77-102

The chemistry of the adrenal medulla. Ztschr. f. physiol. Chem, 222: 229-232

The chemistry of the algae. 2. The carotenoid pigments of Oscillatoria rubrescens. J. Chem. Soc, Sept: 1376-1380

The chemistry of the amino acids and proteins. The chemistry of the amino acids and proteins, Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, Illinois, xxiv + 1031. Price: 34s,

The chemistry of the amino acids and proteins. Annu, Rev. Biochem, 14: 145-174

The chemistry of the anti-bodies to bacterial exotoxins, endotoxina, and polysaccharides. Bull. Soc. Chim. biol, Paris., 23: 24-30

The chemistry of the blood of dairy cows before and after parturition and its relation to milk fever. Jour Dairy Sci 15(2): 116-131

The chemistry of the blood of normal chickens. Jour Nutrition 7(6): 623-626

The chemistry of the carbohydrates. Annu. Rev. Biochem, 14: 91-112

The chemistry of the chromosomes. Bot Rev 7: 433-457

The chemistry of the contents of the small intestine: the fasting contents, reaction and osmotic pressure after acid, bicarbonate, water and glucose feeding. Amer. J. Physiol, 113: 75-76

The chemistry of the hormones. Annu. Rev. Biochem, 14: 561-598

The chemistry of the individual. Proc S African Chem Inst : 22-32

The chemistry of the lipids. Annu. Rev. Biochem, 14: 113-144

The chemistry of the lipids of tubercle bacilli. LXVI. Concerning the structure oi tubereulostearic acid. J. biol. Chem, 154: 497-502

The chemistry of the lipids oi tubercle bacilli. LXXII. Fatty acids occurring in the wax prepared fromtuberculin residues. Concerning mycocerosie acid. J. biol. Chem, 157: 203-211

The chemistry of the lipids oi tubercle bacilli. LXXIII. Studies on phthiocerol. J. biol. Chem, 157: 213-219

The chemistry of the red earths (terra rossa) from Tischnowitz in Moravia. Sborn. Csl. Akad. Zemed, 16: 53-56

The chemistry of the rootstock-scion effect. I. The elements absorbed from the soil. A progress report. East Matting Res. Sta. Ann. Rept.for 1929, 1930, II. Supplement. 1931. A.14: 101-4. bibl. 1

The chemistry of the rootstock-scion effect. II. Methods for testing the effects of substances in solution on fruit trees. A progress report. East Matting Res. Sta. Ann. Rept.for 1929, 1930, II. Supplement. 1931. A.14: 105-110. bibl. 4

The chemistry of the rye germ. 4. Its proximate composition. Cereal Chem, 15: 445-450

The chemistry of the spoiling of fats. VI. The role of maltol in fat spoiling. Fette u. Seifen. 46: 127-131

The chemistry of the white rots of wood. III. The effect on wood substance of Ganoderma applanatum (Pers.) Pat., Fomes fomentarius (Linn.) Fr., Polyporus adustus (Willd.) Fr., Pleurotus ostreattis (Jacq.) Fr., Armil-laria mellea (Vahl) Fr., Trametes pini (Brot.) Fr., and Polystictus abietixtns (Dicks.) Fr. Biochem. Journ, 26: 6, 1829-1838

The chemistry of the white rots of wood. IV. The effect on wood substance of Ustolina vulgaris Tul. Bio-chem. J, 29: 6, 1318-1321

The chemistry of viruses. Ann Rev Biochem 12: 615-638

The chemistry of vitamin E. Chem. Rev, 27: 287-329

The chemistry of vitamin E. 1. The structure and synthesis of alpha -tocopheroL. Science, 88: 37-38

The chemistry of vitamin E. 17. The oxidation products of alpha -toeopherol and of related 6-hydroxychromans. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 61: 2424-2429

The chemistry of vitamin E. 18. Condensation of phenols and hydroquinones with allylic alcohols, allylic halides, and conjugated dienes. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 61: 2615-2618

The chemistry of vitamin E. 19. Alkenylation of phenol with 4-chloro- and 4-bromo-2-hexene; rearrangement of the phenyl ether. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 61: 3079-3083

The chemistry of vitamin E. 20. The preparation of o-xylohydroquinone. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 62: 141-142

The chemistry of vitamin E. 21. Dealkylation of hydroquinone ethers related to the tocopherols. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 62: 142-144

The chemistry of vitamin E. 22. The reaction between Grignard reagents and coumarins and hydrocomarins. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 62: 145-148

The chemistry of vitamin E. 23. A new synthesis of 2, 4, 6, 7-tetramethyl-5-hydroxycoumaran and of 2methyl-5-hydroxycoumaran. Oxidation products of the tetramethylcoumaran. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 62: 1863-1869

The chemistry of vitamin E. 24. The structure of gamma -tocopherol. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 82: 1869-1872

The chemistry of vitamin E. 29. Studies of the behaviour of compounds related to vitamin E at the dropping mercury electrode. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 63: 1018-1024

The chemistry of vitamin E. 31. 3, 5-Dinitrobenzazide as a reagent for preparation of derivatives of tocopherols. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 64: 433-434

The chemistry of vitamin E. 33. A new synthesis of 6-hydroxychromans, including ot-tocopherol. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 64: 440-445

The chemistry of vitamin E. 40. Synthesis and properties of 2-isopropyl-4, 6, 7-trimethyl-5-hydroxycoumaran. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 65: 441-444

The chemistry of vitamin E. Tocopherols from various sources. J. Biol. Chem, 122: 99-107

The chemistry of vitamin EL 38. alpha -Tocopheramine, a new vitamin E factor. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 64: 1082-1084

The chemistry of vitamin EL 39. Calcium alpha -tocopheryl succinate. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 64: 1085-1086

The chemistry oi the lipids of tubercle bacilli. LXVIII. The lipids of cell residues. J. biol. Chem, 154: 581-585

The chemistry oi the lipids of tubercle bacilli. LXXI. The determination of terminal methyl groups in branched chain fatty acids. J. biol. Chem, 156: 453-456

The chemistry oi the lipids oi tubercle bacilli. LXVII. The lipids oi the human tubercle bacillus H-37 cultivated on a dextrose-containing medium. J. biol. Chem, 154: 569-579

The chemistry oi the lipids oi tubercle bacilli. LXX. Concerning the dextrorotatory fatty acids oi the acetone-soluble fat of cell residues from the preparation oi tuberculin. J. biol. Chem, 156: 443-451

The chemistry oi the lipids oi tubercle baeilli. LXIX. The composition oi the acetone-soluble fat Oi ceil residues from the preparation oi tuberculin. J. biol. Chem, 154: 587-592

The chemotherapeutic activities of sulfamerazine and sulfamethazine. Jour Pharmacol And Exp Therap 81(1): 43-57

The chemotherapeutic effect of Eubasin, Globucid, Tibatin and Pyrimal in various experimental infections with streptococci. Dtsch. tierarztl. Wschr, 51: 5/6, 41-45

The chemotherapeutical estimation of the fungicides kalimat and fungolit. Angew. Bot, 6: 2, 105-112

The chemotherapy of 275 cases of anaplasmosis. Vet Med 39(10): 377-387

The chemotherapy of Schistosomiasis japonica. Bulletin of the United States Army Medical Department, 4: 2, 178-180

The chemotherapy of benzophenone and allied compounds. II. Further experiments on tuberculostatic action in vitro. Amer. Rev. Tuberc. 49: 543-548

The chemotherapy of burns and shock. 6. Standardized hemorrhage in the mouse. Pub. Health Rep. Washington. 59: 637-658

The chemotherapy of burns and shock. 7. Therapy of experimental hemorrhage. Pub. Health Rep. Washington. 59: 637-658

The chemotherapy of experimental leishmaniasis. I. The spleen as an index of infection in the Syrian hamster. Trans. R. Soc. trap. Med. Hyg, 38: 151-160

The chemotherapy of helminth infestations. Journal of Parasitology

The chemotherapy of human filariasis by the administration of neostibosan. Second report. American Journal of Tropical Medicine, 25: 5, 403-406

The chemotherapy of intestinal parasites. Journal of the American Medical Association. 117: 16, 1331-1335

The chemotherapy of mycoses. Sixth part. Tondops-mycosis. First communication. Experiments in vitro. Boll. Sez. ital. Soc. int. Microbiol, 7: 3, 79-91

The chemotherapy of oesophagostomiasis in sheep, II. Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Science and Animal Industry, 5: 2, 419-438

The chernozems of the Armenian S.S.R.. Pedology, 6, 16-36

The cherry and its culture. The cherry and its culture 128p Illus

The cherry fly on the defensive. Vaxtskyddsnotiser, 1-2

The cherry fruitfly problem in eastern Washington. Proc. Wash. St. hort. Ass. 41st ann. Meet, 55-61

The cherry in Ceylon. J. Bot, 70: 229-31

The cherry virus complex in New York. Phytopath 34(12): 1003

The chestnut as a crop plant.. Ital. Agric, 80: 493-504

The chestnut in Iowa. Rep. Proc. 31st Annu. Mtg Nth Nut Gr. Ass, 129 p

The chestnut in the district of Braganza. Bol. Junta Nac. Frutas. Portugal, 5: 7-8, 5-32

The chestnut. Review of literature on the genus Castanea (Tourn.) Mill. Bull. Appl. Bot. Ser. 8. Leningrad, 3, 3-112

The chewing ability measurement in a junior high student in China and Japan by the chewing gum which used a chromatic change. Memoirs of Osaka Kyoiku University, Ser III, Natural Science and Applied Science 54(2): 75-83

The chick comb response to androgens. Endocrinology 28(4): 643-647

The chick pea. Rev. hort. Suisse, 15: 109-11. bibl. 11

The chief Cases of serious Injury to Forest Trees Germany in 1932. NachrBl. deuts. PflSchDienst. Berlin, 13: 2, 10-11

The chief Coccids of Citrus in Argentina. First part: Protected Coccids. Bol. Minist. Agric. Nacion, Buenos Aires, July- 27: 3, 387-398

The chief Diseases and Pests of H. brasiliensis. Agricolt. colon, Florence, 22: 11, 417-426

The chief Diseases and Pests of Horse-radish. Nachr. SchadlBekampf, Leverkusen, 13: 2, 62-87

The chief Diseases and Pests of the Olive and Methods for combating them. Riv. Agric, Rome, May 4. 28: 18, 277-279

The chief Enemies of Cotton Plantations Italian Somaliland. Agric. colon, Florence, 28: 11, 561-572

The chief Field Pests of the Tula District expected in 1921, brief Life-histories and simplest Remedial Measures. Tula Sta. Protect. Plants from Enemies, Tula, March 18th. 1-14

The chief Forest Insect Problems of the Pacific Coast of North America. Proc. 5th Pacif. Sci. Congr. Canada Toronto, 5: 3385-3386

The chief Insect Pests of Cotton in Piura. La Vida agric, Lima, 6: 64, 283-290

The chief Insecticide and Fungicide Mixtures. Rev. Agric, Santo Domingo, RD, July 31st. 16: 4, 106-109

The chief Insects injurious to Gardens and their Control. Stavropol Govt. Div. Control Agric. Pests. Stavropol., 22

The chief Parasites of domestic Animals.. The chief Parasites of domestic Animals, Leningrad, Narod. Kommiss. Zemled., 25

The chief Pest of Beans (Bruchus obtectus). Mitt. Ges. Vorratsschutz. Berlin, 2: 5, 55 p

The chief Pests and Diseases of Grapevines in Rio Grande do Sul. Rodriguesia. Rio de Janeiro, 2: 187

The chief Pests and Diseases of Maize and their Control.. The chief Pests and Diseases of Maize and their Control, Leningrad, Izd. Inst. Zashch. Rast., 95

The chief Pests and Diseases of Vegetable Crops and Melons and their Control.. Pub Sta. Zashch. Rast. Vredit. [Pub. Saratov Sta. Prot. Plants. Saratov, 31, 39

The chief Pests and Diseases of agricultural Plants in Central Asia and their Control under the Conditions of socialistic Farming.. Ser. Uchebn. s.-kh. Tekhnik. [Ser. Manuals for Agric. Schools. Tashkent, 1, 224. Price: 1 r. 40 kop,

The chief Pests and Diseases of cultivated Plants in the Mexican Republic, including the most important ones in the United States. Principales plagas y enfermedades de los cultivos en la Republica Mexicana incluyendo las mas importantes de los Estados Unidos de Norteamerica, Tacubaya, D.F., Sec. Agric. Fomento, Mexico., 378. 54 pp

The chief Pests and Diseases of restocked Trees in Spain. Rev. Biol. for. Limnol, Madrid, December 10th. i(A): 2, 77-82

The chief Pests of Vegetation on the Islands of Oesel and Mohn.. Mitt. Versuchssta. angew. Ent. Univ. Tartu. Tartu [Dorpat]

The chief Potato diseases.. [Rec. maroc.] Fruity primeurs, 6: 69, 213-217

The chief Vine diseases in Shawia during 1934. Progr. agric. vitic, 104: 40, 329-333

The chief agricultural measures in 1914. Bulletins of the Ministry of Agriculture. Petrograd., 2nd ; 15th 51 ; 52, 1253-1257 ; 1269-1273

The chief aspects and problems of olive growing in Libya. Agricultura colon, 33: 233-57. bibl. 71

The chief characteristics and uses of six New Guinea timbers. Australian Forestry 5(2): 81-84

The chief enemies of Algerian vineyards in 1935. Progr. agric, vitic, 105: 3, 63-67

The chief fungal diseases of fruit trees in Provence. Rev. maroc. Fruits Primeurs, 6: 70, 346-350

The chief injurious Ants in the Province of Buenos Aires. Bol. Agric. Prov. B. Aires. La Plata, 21: 1-3, 40

The chief injurious Insects of Vegetables and Ornamental Plants in the Montreal District in 1927. 20th Rep. Quebec Soc. Prot. Plants. Quebec, 84-86

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