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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 13571

Chapter 13571 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



The intracellular lipin, mucoid, and glycogen of the vaginal epithelium of the guinea pig. Anat Rec 86(3): 425-448

The intracranial and peripheral vascular effects of nicotinic acid. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 202: 211-216

The intracutaneous tuberculin test in the control of bovine TB. Schweiz. Arch. Tierheilk, 87: 119-136

The intradermal test as an index of vitamin C-nutrition. 3. The relation between urinary ascorbic acid, blood ascorbic acid and intradermal test time of guinea-pigs. Ann. Biochem. Exp. Med, 2: 117-120

The intradermal test as an index of vitamin C-nutrition. 4. The relation between the intradermal test time and the ascorbic acid content of the liver of guinea-pigs. Ann. Biochem. Exp. Med, 2: 121-124

The intradermal test as an index of vitamin C-nutrition. 5. The relation of the decolonisation time in the intradermal vitamin C-test and the disappearance of combined ascorbic acid in the urine of guinea-pigs. Ann. Biochem. Exp. Med, 2: 125-128

The intradermal test as an index of vitamin-C nutrition. Indian Med. Gaz, 74: 335-340

The intradermal test as an index of vitamin-C nutrition. 2. Indian Med. Gaz, 75: 468-472

The intradermal test for hydatld disease: macroscopic and microscopic picture of the skin reaction. Virchows Arch, 30: 471-501

The intradermal test for vitamin C determination. J. Lab. Clin. Med, 24: 806-807

The intramuscular administration of a single massive dose of vitamin D. Arch. Kinderheilk, 121: 46-52

The intramuscular injection of vitamm K. J. Lab. Clin. Med, 24: 919-928

The intramuscular use of the monpethanolamine salt of cevitamic acid in patients with vitamin C deficiency. New Engl. J. Med, 220: 987-989

The intraocular pressure of dogs. Maanedsskr. Dyrlaeger, 52: 409-425

The intraperitoneal administration of viosterol in mice. Amer Jour Physiol 102(2): 527-533

The intravenous administration of crystalline amino acids to infants. Jour Nutrition 20(4): 305-316

The intravenous administration of fat. J. Pediat, 6: 151-160

The intravenous administration of small doses of casein hydrolysate to nephrotic children and its effect upon the nitrogen balance and plasma amino acid level. Jour Pediatrics 16(6): 679-699

The intravenous feeding of amino acids. Amer. J. Digest. Dis, 6: 185-186

The intravenous glucose tolerance equation. Biochemical Journal 37(1): 17-24

The Intravenous Liver Treatment Of Pernicious Anaemia. British Medical Journal 1(3710): 273-275

The intravenous use of amino acids for nutritional purposes in the surgical patient. Surg Gynecol And Obstet 75: 300-306

The intravenous use of synthetic vitamin K1. Surg. Gynecol.Obstet, 73: 686-701

The intravenous use of vitamin K. Jour Amer Med Assoc 117(6): 432-435

The intricate synonymy of Prosopis globosa. Physis, 20: 55, 53-5

The intrinsic factor Activity of highly purified prepartions of aminopolypeptidase. Acta med. scand, 110: 167-179

The intrinsic factor of Castle in simple achlorhydric anaemia. Guy's Hosp. Rep, 83: 24-36

The introduced bark beetles Hylurgus ligniperda and Hylastes ater (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) in Chile: seasonal flight and effect of Pinus radiata log placement on colonization. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37(1): 156-169

The introduction and acclimatization of plants yielding medicines employed in the control of leprosy.. An introducao e a aclimacao de plantas contra a lepra, Secretaria da Agricultura Industria e Comercio de Estado de Sao Paulo.,Sao Paulo, Brazil: 40

The introduction and propagation of fruit trees. The introduction and propagation of fruit trees, W. China Un. Univ. Agric. Sch. Agric. Res. Inst., May 22, 1

The introduction and release of Chiasmia inconspicua and C. assimilis (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) for the biological control of Acacia nilotica in Australia. Biological Control 41(3): 368-378

The introduction into trees, above the root, of substances for colouring the wood.. Trud. vsesoyuz. nauchno-issledov. Inst. lesnogo Khoz. 'VNIILKh'. 21, 145-59

The introduction of Aulacaspis pentagona and its control in Argentina. Anales Zool. Aplicada. Santiago de Chile, February 29th. 3: 1, 33-50

The introduction of Calosoma for use against the Oak Moth. Mthly. Bull. State Comm. Hortic, Sacramento, 2: 7, 590 p

The introduction of Sngar-Caae varieties. E. Afr. agric. J, 2: 5, 390-391

The introduction of a leguminous crop into the rotation of cotton and lucerne. Sovhoz. Proizvod, 8-9, 22-4

The introduction of abaca (manila hemp) into the western hemisphere. Rep. Smithson. Instn. 327-49

The introduction of an autumn-sown crop in the irrigational farming of Central Asia. Sovhoz. Proizvod, 8-9, 20-2

The introduction of clover to a rice rotation. Sovet. Agron, 8/9, 30-5

The introduction of correct rotations in flax-growing kolhozes. The introduction of correct rotations in flax-growing kolhozes, Seljhozgiz., 88. Price: 1.10 R,

The introduction of crossbreeding of local cattle with Hereiords in the semi-desert regions of central Kazakhstan. Kazah. Nauc.-Issled. Inst. Zivotn. Kratk. otc. vypol. temat. plana 38. 1940. 125-126

The introduction of exotics. Indian For, 66: 639-45

The introduction of food and industrial plants into White Russia during 1935-8.. Ann. White Russ. agric. Inst. Gorki. 8 (30), 79-87

The introduction of glycols for air sterilization by a new vaporization method. J. Indust. Hyg. Toxicol, 26: 307-312

The introduction of goats into Australia. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, 56: 34

The introduction of insecticidal Tephrosiae in the U.S.S.R. A preliminary communication. Sovetskaja Botanika (Soviet Botany), 5-6, 68-78

The introduction of new species and varieties of coffee. Rev. Dep. Nac. Cafe, Rio de J, 5: 721-24

The introduction of pines into Nyasaland. Nyasaland Agric Quart Jour 1(4): 5-15

The introduction of plants with consignments of fruit from southern countries. Oest. Bot. Z, 80: 265-70

The introduction of proper rotations in collective farms. The introduction of proper rotations in collective farms, Moscow, 40

The introduction of semen into the. Berl, tierarztl. Wschr, 53: 582-583

The introduction of stock-raising and agricultural industries constitutes one of the most effective means of stabilizing the balance of agriculture in Argentina. Noticioso, B. Aires, 8: 47-8; 50

The introduction of sugar cane varieties. E. Afr. Agric. J, 2: 390-91

The introduction of suitable crop rotations in collective farms in the non-Black-Earth belt as exemplified by experiments in the Gorkil Territory. Sovet. Agron, 5, 34-41

The introduction of sustained yield in Canadian forest. For. Chron, 17: 38-42

The introduction of the Rutgers tomato in 1935. Annu. Mtg. Program No. N. J. Hort. Soc. News. 16: 751, 753

The introduction of the avocado into Greece. Publ. Sup. School Agric. Athens. 5. bibl. 8

The introduction of the insecticidal Tephrosia spp. to the U.S.S.R.. Sovetsk. Botan, 5-6, 68-78

The introduction of varieties of field crops free of detectable mixtures or segregations. J. Amer. Soc. Agron, 27: 318 p

The inunction of sex hormones on the skin. J. Endocr, 2: 368-379

The inundations of parts of the Netherlands during 1944 to 1945 and their effect on agriculture. Part 5. The flora and fauna of Walcheren and other flooded areas during and after inundation. Versl. Land-bouwk. Onderz, 17: 56, 40. bibl. 22

The invalidity oi the genus Pythiomorpha. Trans. Brit. mycol. Soc, 25: 2, 148-165

The invasion of mildew in 1925. Resistance of certain non-grafted hybrids. Rev. de Vitic, 64: 1646, 31-33

The invasion of the vine tortrix and the destruction of its eggs. Rev. Vitic, Paris, July 15th. 43: 1098, 37-42

The invasions of caterpillars of Phlyctaenodes sticticalis. Chutorianin, Poltava., May 28. 20, 593-594

The invasions of grubs in the hazel woods of the Messina district. R. Staz. Speriment. Agrum. Fruttic. Bull, Acireale, 6

The inverse ratio between fluoride in food and drink and dental caries. Arch Biochem 1(1): 51-57

The inverse relation between growth and incidence of cataract in rats given graded amounts of vitamin G-containing foods. J. Nutrition. 12: 387-394

The inverse relationship between calcium and phosphate in the blood. J. Biol. Chem, 109: Ixiii

The inversion of damp refined sugars by microscopic fungi. Zeitschr. fur Zuckerind, 57: 4, 25-29

The invertebrate fauna of Nottinghamshire. Supplement. The invertebrate fauna of Nottinghamshire. Supplement, Nottingham, viii + 287

The investigation and extension service of the Hop Research Station in the year 1927. Prakt. Blatter fur Pflanzenbau und Pflanzenschutz. 5: 10, 243-246

The investigation and improvement of manual work in forests.. Die Erforschung und Verbesserung der Waldarbeit, M. u. H. Schaper,Hanover., Germany: 80

The investigation of Aspergilli by serological methods. Trans Brit Mycol Soc 14(1/2): 69-88

The investigation of Hyacinth diseases. An episode from the pre-phytopathological era. Tijdschr. PIZiekt, 46: 1, 30-45

The investigation of abortion in goats and the potential causes. Goat Veterinary Society Journal 23: 40-45

The investigation of biological control agent of summer cockchafer (Melolontha melolontha, Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae). Ekoloji 16(63): 34-40

The investigation of growth disturbances in the grape vine in the vineyards of the Mosel, Saar and Ruwer by soil surveys. Arbeiten aus der biologischen Reichsanstalt fur Land- u. Forstwirtschaft. 18: 507-81. bibl. 74

The investigation of heterosis in 2V. rustica L. V. Continued self-fertilization and yield. Z. Pflanzenz, 26: 223-44

The investigation of human requirements for vitamins of the B complex. Jour Amer Dietetic Assoc 21(4): 211-213

The investigation of humous manures by means of pot and field trials.. Forsch-Dienst. Sonderh, 17: 86-95

The investigation of intermediary metabolism with the aid of heavy hydrogen. Bull. N. Y. Acad. Med, 13: 272-295

The investigation of mycological changes in wood.. La investigacion de las alteraciones micologicas de la madera, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas,Madrid, Spain: xi + 116

The investigation of mycological changes in wood. Fascicle 1. Colour changes in wood. Blue rot. green rot, red heart of Beech, 'dozed' wood of Beech. La investigation de las alteraciones micologicas de la madera. ler fascicule. Alteraciones del color del madera. Pudricion azul, pudricion verde, corazon roja de Haya, madera pasmada de Haya, Madrid, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, lx+116

The investigation of natural hybridization and selective fertilization in peas. Naucnye Zapiski Sakharnoi Promyslennosti (Sci. Trans. Sug. Ind.), 2-3, 101-03

The investigation of phytopathogenic bacteria by serological and biochemical methods. Journ. Path. & Bact, 28: 2, 203-209

The investigation of plant nutrition by artificial culture methods. Biol Rev Cambridge Phil Soc 19(2): 55-67

The investigation of susceptibility to plant diseases. Tijdschr. over Plantenziekten, 39: 10, 263-267

The investigation of the accuracy of comparing means in the experiment with a scattered situation of replications. Bull. Appl. Bot. Ser. 2. Leningrad, 3, 137-87

The investigation of the toxic effects of large amounts of sugar in the blood. Journal of Physiology 77(2): 189-193

The iodimetric titration of cysteine and allied substances. Biochemical Journal 26(6): 2076-2089

The iodin remission in experimental exophthalmic goiter of guinea pigs. Jour Pharmacol And Exp Ther 53(1): 46-57

The Iodine Balance In Nodular Goiter. Journal of Clinical Investigation 17(6): 729-737

The iodine content of blood and of urine and the basal metabolic rate; their value in the diagnosis of the function of the thyroid gland. Acta med. scand, 82: 126-136

The iodine content of blood in certain pathological conditions. J. Biol. Chem, 92: lxxxviii

The iodine content of blood, urine and saliva of normal persons in the New York City area. J. Lab. Clin. Med, 26: 1942,

The iodine content of blood: its determination and relation to basal metabolism, especially in myxoedema and exophthalmic goitre. Skand. Arch. Physiol, 77: 12, 1-89

The iodine content of commercial desiccated anterior pituitary preparations. Jour Pharmacol And Exp Therap 43(1): 131-138

The iodine content of goitrous thyroid glands. Anat. Rec, 58: 4, 56-57

The iodine content of hens' eggs as affected by the ration. Jour Nutrition 6(4): 407-412

The iodine content of hospital foods. J. Amer. Dietetic Assoc, 10: 200-207

The iodine content of milk as affected by feeding iodized dry milk. Jour Dairy Sci 17(12): 771-780

The iodine content of our food in relation to goitre. Nederland. Tijdschr. Geneesk, 79: 3289-3293

The iodine content of potatoes. Biochemical Journal 28(4): 1209-1211

The iodine content of shrimp waste. Jour Amer Chem Soc 53(2): 633-635

The iodine content of some American fishery products. U. S. Dept. Com., Bur. Fisheries, Invest. Report. 1: 25, 7

The iodine content of some Georgia vegetables and water as a factor in its variation. (Georgia Exp. Stat. Bull. No. 190). The iodine content of some Georgia vegetables and water as a factor in its variation, Georgia Exp. Stat., 11

The iodine content of the blood. Its relation to potassium-iodide feeding. New Zealand Jour Sci & Technol 14(1): 32-37

The iodine content of the environment and goitre, with special reference to goitre in Pecs, Hungary. Negeszsegiigy. 15, 1-11

The iodine contents in soils. Bul. Sci. Fakult Terkult. Kjusu Imp. Univ, 7: 245-253

The iodine deficiency theory and the real cause of endemic goitre. Med. J. and Rec, 188: 113-114

The iodine metabolism in thyroid disease. Trans. Third Internat. Conference and Amer. Assoc. Study of Goiter. 367-399

The iodine method for the determination of glutathione. Biochemical Journal 25(4): 1190-1194

The iodine problem in Westphalia. Landwirtsch. Jahrb, 81: 939-1002

The iodine relationships of thyroid disease. Surg. Gynecol. Obstet, 62: 365-371

The iodine tolerance test as an aid in the diagnosis of clinical hyperthyroidism. New Engl. J. Med, 216: 501-503

The iodine-content of Indian food-stuffs. Indian J. Med. Res, 22: 249-262

The iodine-starch reaction as a test for maturity of apples. New Zealand Jour Sci & Technol 16(2): 88-101

The iodised salt question. Wien. med. Wochenschr, 85: 29-30

The iodometric determination of cysteine. Jour Biol Chem 109(1): 141-145

The iodometric determination of cystine in the urine. Jour Biol Chem 104(2): 415-421

The iodometric determination of nitrogen in milk. J. Soc. Chem. Indust, 61: 194

The iodometric method of determining lactose in milk. Biochem. J, 26: 569-572

The ionisable and available iron in foods. Chem. and Indust, 58: 528-530

The ionisable iron in foods. Biochemical Journal 30(4): 582-591

The iris thrips and its control by hot water, with notes on other treatments. U S Dept Agric Circ 445: 1-12

The iron and copper content of Finnish butter. Suomen Kem, 18A: 1/2, 26-28

The iron and copper content of egg yolk. J. Biol. Chem, 100: xl-xli

The iron and copper content of milk throughout the season, as related to anemia development in rats. J. Biol Chem, 114: 247-252

The iron and copper content of the egg: variations with age of the fowl. C.R. Soc. Biol, 128: 935-936

The iron and copper contents and the haemopoietic activities of stomach and liver preparations. Biochemical Journal 29(2): 330-337

The iron content and oxygen capacity of blood. J. Biol Chem, 114: 157-170

The iron content in some animal and vegetable foods commonly used in children's diet. Ada Paediat, 12: 170-185

The iron content of blood-free tissues and viscera. Variations due to diet, anemia and hemoglobin injections. J. Exp. Med, 55: 653-665

The iron content of butter and its relation to the butter wash water. Sci Agric [Ottawa] 24(2): 64-69

The iron content of foods used in a municipal hospital. Jour Nutrition 7(1): 79-88

The iron content of grapes and wine. Indust. Eng. Chem. Anal. Ed, 9: 83-84

The iron content of liver and spleen in different species of animals under normal conditions and under reduced atmospheric pressure. Biochem. Ztschr, 234: 283-301

The iron content of sorghum and sugar-cane syrups. J. Home Econ, 26: 431-436

The iron content of teeth of normal and anemic rats. J. Dent. Res, 15: 89-92

The iron content of the butters produced by factories associated with the Dairy Quality Control Bureau. Versl. Rijkszuwst. Leiden, 10-12

The iron content of the grains and vegetables produced in the areas where Kaschin Beck's disease is endemic.. J. Orient. Med, 31: 18

The iron content of the skin in hemochromatosis. Ann. Int. Med, 16: 687-693

The iron content of the whole blood of normal individuals. Jour Biol Chem 104(1): 157-161

The iron content of vegetables and fruits. (U.S. Dept. Agric. Circular No. 205). The iron content of vegetables and fruits, U.S. Dept. Agric., Feb

The iron content of whites and yolks of eggs from hens fed various iron supplements. Poultry Sci 23(5): 441-445

The iron deficiency anaemia of late infancy. Arch. Dis. Childhood. 12: 91-110

The iron metabolism and requirement of young women. Jour Nutrition 23(3): 229-238

The iron metabolism of normal young women during consecutive menstrual cycles. J. Nutrition. 13: 65-95

The iron of human blood serum. J. Lab. Clin. Med, 24: 308-315

The iron of the blood. A comparison of values for haemoglobin determined by the Newcomer method and calculated from the iron content. Bull. Johns Hopkins Hosp, 56: 50-56

The iron of the plasma. Biochemical Journal 34(6): 959-960

The iron porphyrin compounds in the adrenal. Biochem. Ztschr, 312: 330-338

The iron requirement in normal nutrition. Canad. Med. Aasoc. J, 89: 483-486

The iron requirement of adults. Jour Amer Dietetic Assoc 16: 769-778

The iron requirement of children of the early school age. Jour Nutrition 23(2): 181-193

The iron requirement of the normal human adult. Jour Nutrition 10(3): 241-254

The iron, copper and manganese content of California prunes. J. Assoc. Off. Agric. Chem, 17: 290-293

The Iron-Manganese Relation In Plant Metabolism. Plant Physiology 17(4): 582-602

The irradiation of milk. Wisconsin Agric Exp Sta Res Bull : 136-155

The irregularities in the maturation division and the origin of orthoploid gametes in haplodiplonts. Zuchter. 5: 159-68

The irrigation of Vegetable crops. Vegetable and Fruit Growers' Conferences, Littlebury & Co. Ltd, Worcester, England, 11-6

The irrigation of fruit trees and vines. FmgS. Afr, 18: 413-6; 438

The irrigation of horticultural community settlements. Council Sci. Indus. Res. Australia, pamphlet. 26: 22. bibl. 16

The irrigation of lucerne. Vest. seljskohoz. Nauk. Kormodo-byvanie, 2, 78-86

The irrigation of pears on a clay adobe soil. Proc Amer Soc Hort Sci 34: 224-226, 1936( )

The irrigation of sugar beets. Amer. Soc. Sug. Beet Tech, Jan. 33: 40

The irritating Hairs of the Wild Silk Moths of Nigeria. Bull. Imp. Inst, London 311-318

The irritative properties of various halogenated and unhalogenated oils and their compounds. J. Pharmacol. and Exp. Therap, 41: 347-354. 1 table,

The Isolation and Absorption Spectrum Maxima of Bacterial Carotenoid Pigments. Journal of Bacteriology 44(3): 265-276

The isolation and analysis of hemicellulose fractions from Aspen holocellulose. Paper Ind, 27: 374-8, 382

The isolation and characteristics of spindle cells in wool. Melliand Textilber, 24: 245-249

The isolation and characterization of a starch polysaceharide from the leaf tissue of the apple tree (Malus Malus). J. biol. Chem, 116: 447-55. bibl. 13

The isolation and culture of haplonts of Ustilago tritici. Phytopath. Z, 9: 5, 455-477

The isolation and distribution of nitrogen in dilute alkali-soluble proteins of healthy Valencia and Washington Navel orange fruits. J. agric. Res, 50: 173-80. bibl. 14

The isolation and identification of the factor R and S components of the vitamin-B complex. Rep. Cornell agric. Exp. Sta, 148 p

The isolation and identification of vitamin C. Archives of Disease in Childhood 10(58): 253-264

The isolation and some properties of an alkaloid from Crotalaria spectabilis Roth. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 57: 2560-1

The isolation and some properties of, liquid crystalline substances from Solanaceous plants Infected with three strains of Tobacco mosaic virus. Proc. roy. Soc, 123: 832, 274-320

The isolation and study of the alcoholsoluble and alkali-soluble proteins of hog and German millets. J. Chinese Chem. Soc, 8: 177-183

The isolation from ovarian tissue of a crystalline substance possessing high estrogenic properties. Endocrinology. 20: 563-564

The isolation from wheat germ oil of an alcohol, alpha -tocppherol, having the properties of vitamin E. J. Biol. Chem, 113: 319-332

The isolation of Actinomyces bovis from fistulous withers and poll evil. Amer Jour Vet Res 6(18): 39-44

The isolation of Brucella from milk. J. Bact, 42: 2, 286

The isolation of Cl. welchii, Type B, from Foals affected with Dysentery. Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci, 11: 333-337

The isolation of Coccidioides from soil and from rodents. Publ. Hlth Rep, Wash., 57: 4, 109-111

The isolation of Haplosporangium parvum n. sp. and Coccidioides immitis from wild rodents. Their relationship to coccidioidomycosis. Publ. Hlth Rep., Wash, 57: 46, 1715-1727

The isolation of Salmonella anatum from the feces of a dog. Jour Amer Vet Med Assoc 105(808): 33-34

The isolation of Salmonella thompson from outbreaks of disease in chicks. Journal of Hygiene 44(3): 179-183

The isolation of Toftaeco ring ana other wros proteins by ultracentifugation. Science, ixxxv: 2193, 181 p

The isolation of a bactericidal and fungicidal substance from a 'paint-brush' fungus. Ned. Tijdschr. Geneesk, 88: 31-32, 718-719

The Isolation Of A Crystalline Compound With Vitamin K Activity. Science 88(2280): 243-243

The isolation of a filter-passing agent from the rabbit tick Haemaphysalis leporis-palustris Packard. Publ Health Repts 59(47): 1528-1529

The isolation of a flavoprotein from cows' milk. Biochemical Journal 32(12): 2231-2241

The isolation of a new bitter principle from a South-West African species of Cucumis. S. Afr. J. Sci, 32: 137-41

The isolation of a new leukopoietic factor from liver. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 67: 22-73

The Isolation Of A New Oxidation-Reduction Enzyme From Lemon Peel (Vitamin P). Science 96(2491): 302-303

The isolation of a rare fungus (Malbranchea bolognesii-chiurcoi) from a human mycosis. Boll. Sez. reg. (Suppl. G. ital Derm. Sif.), 16: 3, 384 p

The isolation of a toxic substance from the culture filtrate of Trichoderma. Phytopath 26(11): 1068-1070

The isolation of alpha -estradiol from the urine of stallions. J. biol. Chem, 158: 725-726

The isolation of an icterogenic principle from Lippia rehmanni, Pears. S. Afr. J. Sci, 32: 142-51

The isolation of biotin from milk. Jour Biol Chem 142(2): 615-618

The isolation of carotene. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 54: 716-720

The isolation of carotene and sterols from the unsaponifiable matter of cocksfoot. Biochemical Journal 30(3): 382-386

The isolation of crystallin vitamin A. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 59: 2042-2047

The Isolation Of Crystalline Tobacco Mosaic Virus Protein From Diseased Tomato Plants. Science 83(2143): 85-85

The isolation of estrogenic diols from the urine of pregnant mares. Jour Biol Chem 122(2): 303

The isolation of estrone sulfate from the urine of pregnant mares. Jour Biol Chem 126(2): 663-669

The isolation of gliotoxin and fumigacin from culture filtrates of Aspergillus fumigatus. Jour Biol Chem 152(2): 419-429

The isolation of glutathione from wheat germ. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 59: 2742-2743

The isolation of isogenic lines as a means of measuring the effects of awns and other characters in small grains. J. Amer. Soc. Agron, 34: 667-68

The isolation of lanthionine from human hair, chicken feathers, and lactal-bumin. J. biol. Chem, 139: 1, 473

The isolation of narcotine from various plant materials. Hoppe-Seyler's Zeitschrift fur physiologische Chemie, 204: 112-4. bibl. 1

The isolation of nicotinic acid from milk and its role as an essential growth factor for Acetobacter suboxydans. Arch Biochem 4(2): 211-215

The Isolation Of Pituitary Growth Hormone. Science 99(2566): 183-184

The isolation of protoporphyrin IX from feces of normal and anemic rats. Jour Biol Chem 142(1): 89-96

The isolation of purified winter Wheat mosaic virus protein. C.R. Acad. Sci. U.R.S.S, 39: 2, 72-73

The isolation of pyruvic acid from the blood of vitamin B(1)-deficient pigeons. Biochemical Journal 30(1): 31-32

The isolation of the organism causing crown gall on Chrysanthemum fratesceus in Britain. Ann. of Botany, 35: 137, 137-138

The isolation of the pathogenic agent of blastomycosis of the lacrymal ducts. Bull. Soc. Path. Exot, 18: 2, 124-127

The isolation of the principal estrogenic substance of liquor folliculi. J. biol. Chem, 115: 435-448

The isolation of the toxic principle potassium cymonate from Gilblaar Dichapetalum cymosum (Hook) Engl. Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci, 18: 203-206

The isolation of vitamin C from Chinese iris. J. Chinese Chem. Soc, 2: 271

The isolation of vitamin K as a choleic acid. Jour Amer Chem Soc 61(3): 745-746

The isolation of vitamin K1. Jour Biol Chem 130(1): 219-234

The isolation of vitamin K2. Jour Biol Chem 131(1): 327-344

The isolation of yellow fever virus from wild-caught marmosets. Amer Jour Trop Med 25(3): 231-232

The isomer-specific analysis of di-iso-propylnaphthalenes. International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry 87(6): 437-448

The isomerisation of carotene by means of antimony trichloride. Biochemical Journal 26(4): 1174-1177

The isomerism of alpha -and beta -biotin with observations on chemical constitution and physiological activity of vitamins. Thesis, Univ. Utrecht. Kampert and Helm, Amsterdam. 108

The iujuriousness of black root rot of Tobacco. The A. I. Mikoyan pan-Soviet sci. Res. Inst. Tob. and Indian Tob. Ind. (VITIM)], Krasnodar., 135: 23-30

The joint action of nicotinic acid amide and cortigen on the porphyrinuria of lead poisoning. Deutsch. med. Wochenschr, 68: 271-272

The joint distribution of various ratios based on a common error mean square. Ann. Eugen, 11: 136-40

The journey of army horses to the east front in the winter of 1941-42. Z.Veterinark, 55: 11-20

The judging of dairy cows. J. Brit. Dairy Fmrs' Ass, 50: 28-45

The judging of rice varieties by different types of embryo growth. (Translated by S. K. Loo). J. Agric. Ass. China, 163, 58-60

The judging of tea clones. Bergcultures. 13: 520-24

The jujube. Rev. hort. Paris, 117: 231-3

The justification of journal rankings - a pilot study. Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism 7(2): 139-156

The kaki. Rev. Hort. Agric. Afr. N, 42: 232-8

The kaki in Italy. Angew. Bot, 23: 124-5

The karyological investigation of the genus Helianthus. Selektsija i Semenovodstvo (Breeding and Seed Growing), 9, 90 p

The karyology of the genus Agave. Lav. 1st. Bot. Palermo, 7: 14, 44

The karyotyp beta of Rhesus macacus. C.R. (Dokl.) Acad. Sci. U.S.S.R, N.S., 31: 377-379

The karyotype of the mallard. Zool. Z, Mosic., 15: 74-81

The karyotypes of some members of Passerine birds. Biol. Z, Mosk, 6: 665-688

The keeping Quality of meat from pigs given rations containing sugar. Nord. Jordbrugsforskn, 340-346

The keeping of stud bulls. Landw. Jb. Schweiz. 57: 521-630

The keeping of stud sheep records an essential to successful breeding. Agric.Gaz. N.S.W, 52: 565-570

The keeping properties of vegetables, an important quality factor. Z. PflKrankh, 53: 175-99

The keeping qualities of Apples in relation to their maturity when gathered. Sci. Hort, (H.E.A. Yearb.), 5: 78-86

The keeping qualities of Co. Aa experiment. S. Afr. Sug. J, 27: 39 p

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