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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 13651

Chapter 13651 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Biosynthetic reaction chains depending on genes and the analysis of such chains. Naturwissenschaften, 39: 55-62

Biotechnological approach to produce chitin and chitosan from the shells of Artemia urmiana Gunther, 1899 (Branchiopoda, Anostraca) cysts from Urmia Lake, Iran. Crustaceana 80(2): 171-180

Biotechnological challenges of phage therapy. Biotechnology Letters 29(7): 995-1003

Biotic Factors of Control of the European Fir Budworm, Choristoncura murinana (Hbn.) (n.comb.), in Europe. Canad. J. agric. Sci, Ottawa, 33: 5, 448-469

Biotic changes in a eustatic cyclothem: Domodedovo formation (Moscovian, Carboniferous) of Peski quarries, Moscow region. PALEONTOLOGICAL JOURNAL 40(4): 351-368

Biotic constraints on the invasion of diffuse knapweed (Centaurea diffusa) in North American grasslands. Oecologia 151(4): 626-636

Biotic control of stream fluxes: spawning salmon drive nutrient and matter export. Ecology 88(5): 1278-1291

Biotic crises and stages of radiolarian evolution in the phanerozoic. PALEONTOLOGICAL JOURNAL 40(4): S453-S467

Biotic interactions recorded in shells of recent rhynchonelliform brachiopods from San Juan Island, USA. Journal of Shellfish Research 26(1): 241-252

Biotic interrelationships of helminth parasitism. Public Health Reports 66(29): 928-934

Biotin and bacterial growth. II. Avidin and the response of Lactobacillus arabinosus to oleic acid. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 46(2): 432-442

Biotin and carbon dioxide fixation in liver. Jour Biol Chem 170(1): 413-414

Biotin and fat-soluble materials with biotin activity in the nutrition of mosquito larvae. Journal of Biological Chemistry 176(3): 1211-1223

Biotin and folio acid content of rice parboiled by the Avorio process, and of its by-products. Quad. Nutriziane. 10: 422-433

Biotin and sexual development. Bollettino Della Societa Italiana di Biologia Sperimentale 31(9-10): 1204-1205

Biotin and the avidin-biotin complex. Physiological Reviews 26(4): 479-494

Biotin and the metabolism of Lactobacillus arabinosus. Journal of Biological Chemistry 172(2): 531-537

Biotin as a growth requirement for Blastomyces dermatitidis. Journal of Bacteriology 70(4): 464-468

Biotin content of breast milk. Internat. Ztschr. Vitamin- forsch, 21: 239-245

Biotin deficiency and cryptorchidism in rats. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 78(1): 323-325

Biotin deficiency as the causative agent of induced cryptorchidism in albino rats. Science 112(2899): 89-89

Biotin deficiency in pigs. J. Amer. vet. med. Ass, 109: 219-220

Biotin deficiency in suckling pigs. Journal of Nutrition 47(2): 203-212

Biotin deficiency, egg white damage and tumour growth. Klin. Wochenschr, 27: 385-389

Biotin in succinic acid oxidation. Enzymologia 14(1): 1-7

Biotin in the assimilation of heavy carbon in Oxalacetate. Archives of Biochemistry 26(2): 214-218

Biotin in the bacterial deamination of certain amino acids. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 72(3): 556-558

Biotin in the materials and process of brewing. J. Inst. Brewing. 54: 150-157

Biotin in treatment of erythrodermia desquamativa and seborrhoeic dermatitis. Lattante. 25: 360-366

Biotin l-sulfoxide. 1. The occurrence of a previously unrecognised form of biotin in certain fermentation sources. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 76: 4156-4160

Biotin l-sulfoxide. 2. The isolation of a crystalline factor with biotin activity from Aspergillus niger culture filtrates. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 76: 4160-4163

Biotin l-sulfoxide. 3. The characterization of biotin l-sulfoxide from a microbiological source. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 76: 4163-4166

Biotin levels in the blood of suckling infants suffering from seborrhold dermatitis, Leiner's disease or eczema. Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 28: 7, 1427-29

Biotin metabolism in micro-organisms. Part IV. Nucleic-acid synthesis. Indian J. med. Res, 42: 4, 599-604

Biotin metabolism in micro-organisuis. 1. Biosynthesis. Indian J. Med. Res, 41: 51-57

Biotin metabolism in micro-organisuis. 2. Role of biotin in some oxidative systems. Indian J. Med. Res, 41: 59-67

Biotin metabolism in micro-organisuis. 3. Aspartic-acid oxidation and de-amination. Indian J. Med. Res, 41: 69-84

Biotin nutriture and the enzymatic incorporation of NaHC14O3 into acetoacetate. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 78(3): 769-770

Biotin sulfoxide. Journal of Biological Chemistry 208(2): 495-501

Biotin synthesis by Lactobacillus casei. Journal of Biological Chemistry 193(1): 11-12

Biotin, growth factor for Tenebrio molitor, L. Arch, internal. Physiol. 57: 67-70

Biotin-carbohydrate interrelationships in the metabolism of Leuconostoc. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 71(3): 416-419

Biotin-triggered release of poly(ethylene glycol)-avidin from biotinylated polyethylenimine enhances in vitro gene expression. Bioconjugate Chemistry 18(3): 746-753

Biotinylated photocleavable polyethylenimine: capture and triggered release of nucleic acids from solid supports. Bioconjugate Chemistry 18(3): 717-723

Biotopes des simulies coogolaises vectrices d'Onchocerca volvulus et propbyiaxie de Ponchoceroose huznaine. Anuales du Musee Royal da Congo Beige. Serie in-4 degrees, Sciences Zoologiques, 1: 564-568

Biotransformation methods for bioactive compounds in traditional Chinese medicines. Chinese Journal of Natural Medicines 5(3): 162-168

Biotransformation of caffeine, cotinine, and nicotine in stream sediments: implications for use as wastewater indicators. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 26(6): 1116-1121

Biotransformation of heterocyclic dinitriles by Rhodococcus erythropolis and fungal nitrilases. Biotechnology Letters 29(7): 1119-1124

Biotransformations with engineered E. coli cells expressing wild-type and mutant Baeyer-Villiger monooxygenases under non-growing conditions. Journal of Molecular Catalysis B Enzymatic 46(1-4): 32-36

Biotypes in race 15B. Report of the International Wheat-Stem-Rust Conference held at Fort Garry Hotel, Winnipeg, Canada, January 5-7 1953. 22-23

Biotypes of potato late blight (Phytophthora infestans) and breeding for resistance to potato late blight. Sborn. csl. Acad. Zemed, 26: 569-74

Biotypes of potato wart in Western Germany. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst, Berl., 4: 140 p

Biotypes of the Potato wart incitant in Western Germany. Further habitats of biotypes of the Potato wart incitant in Western Germany. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst (Braunschw.), Stuttgart, 4: 9, 140

Biotypes within race 7 of Puccinia graminis avenae. Phytopathology, 43: 472-73

Biotypes within races of stem rust. Report of the International Wheat-Stem-Rust Conference held at Fort Garry Hotel, Winnipeg, Canada, January 5-7 1953. 7-10

Biovolumen ponderado; indice para estimar la contribucion de especies en asociaciones de diatomeas bentonicas. Hidrobiologica 17(1): 83-86

Biowaiver monographs for immediate release solid oral dosage forms: prednisone. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 96(6): 1480-1489

Biowep: a workflow enactment portal for bioinformatics applications. Bmc Bioinformatics 8 Suppl 1: S19-S19

Bipaternity in pigeons. Jour Heredity 40(10): 271-277

Biphasic action of inducible nitric oxide synthase in a hindlimb ischemia model. Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition 38(2): 95-102

Biphasic effect of gingipains from Porphyromonas gingivalis on the human complement system. Journal of Immunology 178(11): 7242-7250

Biphasic effects of haloperidol on sodium currents in guinea pig ventricular myocytes. Acta Pharmacologica Sinica 28(6): 783-788

Biphasic expression of RhoGDI2 in the progression of breast cancer and its negative relation with lymph node metastasis. Oncology Reports 17(6): 1383-1389

Biphasic insulin aspart in type 2 diabetes mellitus: an evidence-based medicine review. Clinical Drug Investigation 27(5): 299-324

Biphasic modulation of insulin receptor substrate-1 during goitrogenesis. Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research 40(5): 679-686

Biphenyl bicelle disks align perpendicular to magnetic fields on large temperature scales: a study combining synthesis, solid-state NMR, TEM, and SAXS. Biophysical Journal 92(11): 3949-3959

Biphenyl synthase, a novel type III polyketide synthase. Planta 225(6): 1495-1503

Bipolar and nonbipolar obsessive-compulsive disorder: a clinical exploration. Comprehensive Psychiatry 48(3): 245-251

Bipolar radiofrequency treatment for snoring with mild to moderate sleep apnea: a comparative study between the radiofrequency assisted uvulopalatoplasty technique and the channeling technique. European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology 264(6): 659-667

Bipyridine ferrous complex ion as indicator in the determination of iron. Indust. Eng. Chem. Anal. Ed, 19: 384-385

Birch - felling and transport problems.. Norsk Skogind, 8: 11, 410-4

Birch and its silviculture in Finland up to the last world war.. Norrlands SkogsvForb. Tidskr, 331-90

Birch as a forest crop. Quart Jour Forest 44(4): 217-219

Birch as raw material for pulp.. Norsk Skogind, 6: 6, 175-179

Birch as raw material for pulp. 1. A discussion of the possibility of using Birch veneer waste in the sulphate process.. Pap. ja Puu. 32: 8, 229-33

Birch as raw material for pulp. IV. The length distribution of the carbohydrate chains in Birch and Spruce sulphite pulps.. Pap. ja Puu. 34: 3, 53-6

Birch as raw material for pulp. VI. Comparative sulphate cooks of B. verrucosa and B. pubescens from different parts of Finland.. Pap. ja Puu. 36: 8, 321-324

Birch as raw material for pulp. VIII. Comparison of the bleaching properties of Birch and Pine sulphate pulps.. Pap. ja Puu. 37: 1, 5-8

Birch breeding. Z. Forstgen. Forstpflanzenz, 1: 33-35

Birch from technical and chemical aspects.. Svensk PappTidn, 54: 21, 739-45

Birch from technical and chemical points of view. Svensk PappTidn, 54: 739-45

Birch growing.. Lesn. Prace. 29: 9/12, 397-478

Birch in Norrbotten and its treatment.. Norrlands SkogsvForb. Tidskr, 2, 201-32

Birch in Sweden,. Svenska SkogsvForen. Tidskr, 52: 2, 93-138

Birch leaf miner control. Circ Connecticut Agric Expt Sta 182: 1-6

Birch plantations in. Lesn. Hoz, 5, 87-8

Birch sap as a medium for the germination of pollen grains.. Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR. 68: 4, 773-775

Birch studies. Bienn.] Rep. Me. For. Comm. 50. 1951. 94-7

Birch thinning experiments in Ontario. Bi-m. Progr. Rep. Div. For. Biol. Dep. Agric. Can, 10: 4, 1-2

Birch tree sap as a medium for germinating pollen grains.. Doklady Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R, 68: 773-5. bibl. 8

Birch.. Rev. Bois Appl, 5: 3, 18-21

Birch: a summary of the results of recent research on its botany and utilization, with notes on its silvicultural treatment.. Allg. Forst- u. Jagdztg, 123: 6, 172-7

Bird Population Studies in the coniferous Forest Blome during a Spruce Budworm Outbreak. Biol. Bull. Div. Res. Dep. Lds For. Ont, Toronto, 1, 100

Bird control in blueberries. A.R. W. Va agric. Exp. Stat. for 53, being Bull. W. Va agric. Exp. Stat, 1953. 357: part 4, 3

Bird damage to fruit . Rev. a"Oka. 29: 114-21

Bird damage to fruit buds. Kent Fmr, 2: 43-6

Bird migration and foot-and-mouth disease. Agriculture, Lond, 59: 213-228

Bird populations of the highlands (North Carolina) plateau in relation to plant succession and avian invasion. Ecology. 31: 4, 587-605

Bird predation of defoliating caterpillars. Scottish Naturalist, Edinburgh. 62: 2, 88-92

Bird protection and bird control. Flugbl. biol. Bundesanst. Braunschweig. C16: 11

Bird ringing in Britain and Ireland in 2005. Ringing and Migration 23(Part 3): 156-192

Bird species diversity captured by protected areas in the Andes of Colombia: a gap analysis. Oryx 41(1): 57-63

Bird trematodes in western Siberia and their dynamics.. Dokladi Akademii Nauk SSSR, 84: 3, 649-651

Bird's eye spot disease of hevea rubber in Nicaragua. Phytopathology, 38: 1025-7

Bird's eye spot leaf disease of the He vea rubber tree caused by Helminthosporium Heveae P etch. J. Rubb. Res. Inst. Malaya, 14: 42-92

Bird's foot trefoil. Rev. d'Oka. 25: 132-42; 147-56. bibl. 34

Bird; malaria in Uruguay. Bol. Mens. Direcc. Ganad. Urug, 29: 105; 237-246; 356-410

Birds. Jaarb. Plziekt. Dienst Wageningen 52. 1953. 125-38

Birds and their products. Las aves y sus productos, Madrid : Biblioteca Pecuaria. Santos Aran ?. 5th ed, 592. Price: 100 Pts,

Birds as a biotic factor in the environment of pastures with particular reference to galahs (Cacatua roseicapilla). J. Aust. Inst. agric. Sci, 10: 18-25

Birds as pests in Fiji. Agric. J. Dep. Agric. Fiji, 25: 9-14. bibl. 8

Birds in relation to agriculture. Ann. appl. Biol, 38: 728

Birds in the control of pests of Scots Pine.. Priroda, Moskva. 42: 9, 116-117

Birds of the Javanese Teak forest and a consideration of their value and damage in it.. Madj. Ilmu Al. unt. Indones, 109: 4/6, 125-720

Birds on the rim: a unique Lapita carinated vessel in its wider context. Archaeology in Oceania 42(1): 12-21

Birds prefer to breed in sites with low radioactivity in Chernobyl. Proceedings. Biological Sciences 274(1616): 1443-1448

Birds' eye leaf spot. Adv. Circ. Rubb. Res. Inst. Ceylon. 51, 3

Birds-foot trefoil may propagate by root cuttings. J. Amer. Soc. Agron, 38: 197-9

Birds-ville disease of horses. Feeding trials with Indigofera enneaphytta. Aust. vet. J, 28: 141-144

Birdsfoot Trefoil (Lotus corniculatus L.) its Characteristics and Potentialities as a Forage Legume. Mem. Cornell agric. Exp. Sta, Ithaca, N.Y., 261, 182. 210.5 pp

Birdsfoot trefoil. Indian Fmg, 10: 444-7

Birdsfoot trefoil. Bull. 779 New Jersey agric. Exp. Sta, 15. bibl. 6

Birdsfoot trefoil in California. Circ. Calif. Agric. Exp. Sta. Ext. Serv, 421, 15

Birdsfoot trefoil investigation. Cornell Univ. Agric. Expt Sta. 62nd Annual Report, 116-7

Birdsfoot trefoil makes hill farm prosperous. Soil Conserv, 14: 248-50

Birdsfoot trefoil. Its floral biology. A possible method of selection. Progr. agric. vitic, 70: 257-63

Birdsong memory: a neural dissociation between song recognition and production. Current Biology 17(9): 789-793

Birdsville disease o<pounds> horses. Qd agric. J, 75: 1, 41-3

Birdsville disease of horses. Indigofera enneaphylla poisoning. Aust. vet. J, 26: 261

Birdsyille disease of horses. Feeding trials with Indigofera enneaphylla. Austral. Vet. J, 28: 141-144

Birdvine control. Yearb. Carib. Res. 1949. 176

Birnam wood to Dunsinane. Grower, 33: 212-15; 264-5 317-18

Birth after transfer of frozen-thawed vitrified biopsied blastocysts. Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics 24(4): 147-149

Birth and death of genes promoted by transposable elements in Oryza sativa. Gene 392(1-2): 59-63

Birth intervals, birth order and age of mothers. Arch. Gynakol, 56. 187: 546-555

Birth of a bean. Sth. Seedsman. 9: 3, 16, 52, 57

Birth of the Lumber industry in British Columbia. B.C. Lumberm, 1955; 1956. 39; 39; 40: 11; 12; 1-9, see field MS

Birth order and body size. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 6(4): 449-460

Birth order and male androphilia in Samoan fa'afafine. Proceedings. Biological Sciences 274(1616): 1437-1442

Birth order, sibling sex ratio, handedness, and sexual orientation of male and female participants in a BBC internet research project. Archives of Sexual Behavior 36(2): 163-176

Birth weight and length of gestation of twins, together with maternal age, parity and survival rate. Annals of Eugenics 16(4): 365-377

Birth weight and subsequent physical development (Summary). 1. Bull. Inst. Pub. Health, Tokyo. 2: 2, 1-2

Birth weight and subsequent physical development. 2. School age periods.. Bull. Inst. Pub. Health, Tokyo. 4: 1/2,

Birth weight and subsequent weight. British Medical Journal 1(4645): 96-96

Birth weight and weight gain at six months. Health Bull., Dept. Health Scot, 12: 25-28

Birth weight and weight increment in the first year. Med. Officer. 92: 75-76

Birth weight of Spotted Mountain calves. Tierzuchter. 3: 368-369

Birth weight# of South African babies. 3. Seasonal variation in birth weight. Brit. J. Social Med, 6: 190

Birth weight, components of height and coronary heart disease: evidence from the Whitehall II study. International Journal of Epidemiology 35(6): 1532-1542

Birth weight, postnatal growth, and risk for high blood pressure at 7 years of age: results from the Collaborative Perinatal Project. Pediatrics 119(6): E1264-E1270

Birth weight, prematurity and growth rate to thirty months of the New Guinea native child. Medical Journal of Australia 42(1 5): 128-132

Birth weights and prematurity rates in Southern Rhodesia. Trans Roy Soc Trop Med And Hyg 47(1): 63-65

Birth weights of Red Poll and Friesian calves. J. Dep. Agric. Vict, 49: 167

Birth weights of South African babies. British Journal of Social Medicine 5(2): 113-119

Birth weights of full term infants in west China. Chinese Medical Journal 66(3): 153-155

Birth-preparedness for maternal health: Findings from Koupela district, Burkina Faso. Journal of Health Population and Nutrition 24(4): 489-497

Birth-weight and the history of breast-feeding. Lancet 267(6840): 685-688

Birthing asynchrony is not a consequence of asynchronous offspring development in a non-avian vertebrate, the Australian skink Egernia whitii. Functional ecology 21(3): 513-519

Birthweight and growth in weight of Holstein calves purebred for crossing on farms in the Campinas, State of Sao Paulo. Rev Fac Med. vet., Sao Paulo, 4: 3-4, 303-314

Birthweight and, weight increase in nervous children during the first years of life. Nord. Med, 39: 1714-1718

Birthweight in times of shortage. Wien. klin. Wochenschr, 59: 586-588

Birthweights and birth lengths of children. Zentralbl. Gynakol, 72: 224-228

Bis-(p-chlorophenoxy)-methane In Relation to the Control of Citrus Red Mite and other Mites injurious to Citrus in California. J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis., 44: 3, 328-337

Bis-acridines as lead antiparasitic agents: structure-activity analysis of a discrete compound library in vitro. Antimicrobial Agents and ChemoTherapy 51(6): 2164-2172

Biscoli disease in cattle. Uganda Vet. Bull, 4, 17-18

Biscuits as food. Chem And Indust [london] (17): 320-324

Bisecting lines with different tools in right brain damaged patients: the role of action programming and sensory feedback in modulating spatial remapping. Cortex; A Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior 43(3): 397-410

Bisexual flowers of walnut.. Priroda. 43: 3, 92-4. bibl. 3

Bisexual inflorescences in maize.. Priroda (Nature). 10, 58

Bisexual reproduction in the mother sporocyst of Paragonimus kellicotti (Trematoda). Transactions of the American Microscopical Society, 73: 1, 16-28

Bisexual reproduction in the mother sporocyst of Paragonimus ketticoui (Trematoda). Journal of Parasitology, 39: 4, Sect. 2, 17 p

Bispecific antibodies: molecules that enable novel therapeutic strategies. Pathobiology 74(1): 3-14

Bispectral index-guided general anesthesia in combination with thoracic epidural analgesia reduces recovery time in fast-track colon surgery. Anesthesia and Analgesia 104(5): 1145-9, Table of Contents

Bisphenol derivatives as antioxidants for carotene. J. Amer. Oil Chem. Soc, 32: 64-68

Bisphosphonate efficacy and clinical trials for postmenopausal osteoporosis: Similarities and differences. Bone (New York) 40(5, Suppl. 2): S26-S31

Bisphosphonate-related osteonecrosis of the jaws: a report of three cases demonstrating variability in outcomes and morbidity. Journal of the American Dental Association 138(5): 602-609

Bisphosphonates as inhibitors of Trypanosoma cruzi hexokinase: kinetic and metabolic studies. Journal of Biological Chemistry 282(17): 12377-12387

Bisphosphonates can prevent skeletal complications of malignant bone disease from prostate cancer and renal cell carcinoma. European Urology Supplements 6(11): 683-688

Bisphosphonates target multiple sites in both cis- and trans-prenyltransferases. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104(24): 10022-7

Bispyridinium dienes: histone deacetylase inhibitors with selective activities. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 50(10): 2497-2505

Bissa. Ceylon Coconut Quart, 2: 91-2

Bisulfite modification of immobilized DNAs for methylation detection. Biosensors & Bioelectronics 22(11): 2415-2421

Bisulphite binding substances in the urine of pregnant and puerperal women. Internat. Ztschr. Vitaminforsch, 21: 129-140

Bithiazole metabolites from the myxobacterium Myxococcus fulvus. Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin 55(3): 477-479

Bitter flax varieties. Rev. Invest, Agric, B. Aires, 1: 241-2

Bitter compounds from cheese. Int. Dairy Congr, 2: 676-80

Bitter flavour in American Cheddar cheese made from pasteurized milk. Proc. St. Coll. Wash. Inst. Dairying, 146-50

Bitter flavour in milk caused by Chromo-bacterium prodigiosum. Roczniki Panstwowego Zakladu Hig, 1: 1, 169-72

Bitter maize. Inform Invest. Agric. (IDIA). B. Aires, 2: 24, 24 p

Bitter maize. Arch. fitotec. Urug, 5: 406-07

Bitter pit in Apples as a cultural phenomenon. Meded. Direct. Tuinb. (Wageningen). 14: 1, 26-27

Bitter pit in apples. Meded. Dir. Tuinb, 14: 131-8

Bitter pit in apples as a result of type of cultivation. Meded. Dir. Tuinb, 14: 20-7

Bitter pit of pome fruits. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, Iviii: 4, 205-208

Bitter rot of Apples. I. Branch inoculations with Gloeosporium perennans and G. album. Rep. agric. hort. Res. Sta. Bristol, 1955. 164-168

Bitter Rot Of Apples. Science 16(414): 909-909

Bitter rot of cherries. Phytopath. Z, 15: 333-75. bibl. 45

Bitter flaxes. Rev. Invest. Agric, 1: 241-42

Bitter-pit. Apple storage trials 1953/54. Fruktodlaren. 3, 82-3

Bitterlich's 'Spiegelrelaskop'- a revolutionary general-use forest instrument. J. For, 53: 11, 844-6

Bitterness (benzaldehyde content) of kernels of almond-peach F1 hybrids and their parents. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci, 59: 254-58

Bittersweet. Industr. Engng Chem. (Industrial edition), 39: 7, 14A; 16A

Biuret method for soluble whey proteins in dry skim milk. Food Tech, Champaign, Ill., 6: 5, 20 p

Biuret method for soluble whey proteins in nonfat dry milk solids. Food Res 19(2): 235-245

Biuret toxicity of urea foliage sprays on citrus. Science 120(3117): 499-500

Biuret, toxic form of nitrogen. Soluble nitrogen compounds are not of equal value as fertilizers as shown by tests with citrus and avocado. Calif. Agric, 8: 6; 7; 11,

Bivalve fauna succession in the north Pacific during the paleogene-neogene transition. Izvestiia Akademii Nauk. Seriia Biologicheskaia: 163-170

Bivariate Distributed Lag Models for the analysis of temperature-by-pollutant interaction effect on mortality. Environmetrics 18(3): 231-243

Bivariate whole genome linkage analysis for femoral neck geometric parameters and total body lean mass. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 22(6): 808-816

Bixby state park and preserve: History, biota, roles in conservation, human effects and future potential. Journal of the Iowa Academy of Science 113(1-2): 17-44

Blabar mot oxyuriasis. Nordisk Medicin, 47: 20, 673-675

Black Fly of Citrus (Aleurocanthus woglumi, Ashby) in Sind and its Control. Agric. Pakist, Karachi, 6: 1, 5-23

Black Hawk, a new raspberry for the Midwest. La Fm Sci, 9: 639-41

Black Pied Lowland cattle in Upper Austria compared with the original breeding area and with Upper Austrian Spotted Mountain cattle. Dissertation, Tierarztl. Hochsck, Vienna., 40: 252

Black Pied Lowland cows and Jersey bulls. Grossing experiments and their evaluation. Zuchtungskunde, 20: 1, 29-39

Black Pied Podolian cattle in the Ukraine (Oldenburg crosses). Trud. ukr. naut.-isaled. Inst. Zivotn, Harjkov, 16, 60. Price: 4 Rbls,

Black Raspberry mosaic in western Washington. Plant Dis. Reptr. 36: 6, 239-240

Black Tern nest habitat selection and factors affecting nest success in Northwestern Minnesota. Waterbirds 30(1): 1-9

Black Wattle tannin - analytical problems and difficulties. Rep. Wattle Res. Inst. S. Afr. 54. 1954. 37-43

Black and red currants for the garden. J. roy. hort. Soc, 71: 305-7

Black aphids invade southeastern Queensland. Qd agric. J, 67: 267

Black canker of cherry. Phytopathology, 37: 366

Black carpenter ant injury. Pest Control. 23: 8, 44, 46

Black cherry aphid and D.D.T. J. Dep. Agric. S. Aust, 51: 395

Black children experience worse clinical and functional outcomes after traumatic brain injury: an analysis of the National Pediatric Trauma Registry. Journal of Trauma 62(5): 1259-62; Discussion 1262-3

Black currant breeding at Long Ashton. A.R. Long Ashton Res. Stat. for, 1948. 35-43. bibl. 3

Black currant leaf spot: II. Laboratory tests of fungicides for the prevention of sporing of Pseudopeziza ribis on overwintered leaves. Jour Hort Sci 30(3): 197-200

Black currant rust. Fruitteelt. 42: 143

Black currants. Dtsch. Baumsch, 2: 127-9. bibl. 7

Black currants and red currants. Adv. Leafl. Dep. Agric. Scot, Scot., 12: 11. Price: 7d,

Black currants and red currants. Adv. Leafl. Dep. Agric. Scotland, 12: 9. Price: 9d,

Black currants: six important points of culture. The Fruit Year Book, Royal Horticultural Society, London, 96-9

Black disease in Shropshire and the prophylactic effect of Clostridium oedematiens serum. Veterinary Record 60(35): 417-417

Black disease of sheep. Its nature, importance and prevention. Scot. Agric, 28: 155-161

Black down colour and riboflavin deficiency in embryos of the domestic fowl. Black down colour and riboflavin deficiency in embryos of the domestic fowl, Edinburgh, 66-71

Black end of Pears. J. Dep. Agric. Viet, 52: 4, 168 p

Black end of pears in New Zealand. Orchard. N.Z, 24: 4-5

Black grain maduromycosis caused by Madurella grisea; report of the first North American case and its response to therapy with diaminodiphenylsulfone. A.M.A. Archives of Dermatology 72(6): 550-555

Black hairy tongue. Oral Surg., U.S.A, 7: 5, 559-564

Black headland soils of the south coast. Unusual process of formation. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, 58: 123-125

Black heart of Apricots in N.S.W. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, 65: 7, 364-367

Black heart of apricots in N.S.W. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, 65: 364-7. bibl. 2

Black heartwood. Pap.] 8th Sess. int. Poplar Comm., Madrid 1955. FAO/CIP/78-B, 2

Black heartwood: report of the National Poplar Commission of the Netherlands. Pap.] 8th Sess. int. Poplar Comm., Madrid 1955. FAO/CIP/78-A, 2

Black kernel smudge of wheat seed. Proc. int. Seed Test. Ass, 18: 2, 205-17. bibl. 9

Black leg and the effect of the preceding crop on wheat. Z. PflKrankh, 62: 8/9, 533-9. bibl. 9

Black leg of Beet. Rev. hort, Paris, 30: 14, 232 p

Black leg on crops in Switzerland. Gartnermeister, 53: 65-7

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Blockade of adaptive defensive changes in cholesterol uptake and synthesis in AME by the addition of pravastatin to idarubicin plus high-dose Ara-C: a phase 1 study. Blood 109(7): 2999-3006

Blockade of natural killer cell-mediated lysis by NCAM140 expressed on tumor cells. International Journal of Cancer 120(12): 2625-2634

Blockade of the 4-1BB (CD137)/4-1BBL and/or CD28/CD80/CD86 costimulatory pathways promotes corneal allograft survival in mice. Immunology 121(3): 349-358

Blockade of the PD-1/PD-1L pathway reverses the protective effect of anti-CD40L therapy in a rat to mouse concordant islet xenotransplantation model. Xenotransplantation 14(3): 243-248

Blockade of the interleukin-21/interleukin-21 receptor pathway ameliorates disease in animal models of rheumatoid arthritis. Arthritis and Rheumatism 56(4): 1152-1163

Blockage of VIP during mouse embryogenesis modifies adult behavior and results in permanent changes in brain chemistry. Journal of Molecular Neuroscience 31(3): 183-200

Blocked isocyanates as coupling agents for cellulose-based composites. Carbohydrate polymers5 68(3): 537-543

Blocking S-adenosylmethionine synthesis in yeast allows selenomethionine incorporation and multiwavelength anomalous dispersion phasing. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104(16): 6678-6683

Blocking aggrecanase cleavage in the aggrecan interglobular domain abrogates cartilage erosion and promotes cartilage repair. Journal of Clinical Investigation 117(6): 1627-1636

Blocking antibodies in mares which have given birth to Jaundiced mule foals. C.R. Soc. Biol, Paris, 141: 387

Blocking antibodies in serum of cases of brucellosis. Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 78: 798-800

Blocking antibodies in the agglutination test for brucella infection in sheep. Atti Soc. ital. Sci. vet, Sanremo 6: 658-663

Blocking c-Jun-N-terminal kinase signaling can prevent hearing loss induced by both electrode insertion trauma and neomycin ototoxicity. Hearing Research 226(1-2): 168-177

Blocking test and modified Coombs test in the serological diagnosis of human brucellosis. Schweiz Zeitschr Path U Bakt 16(6): 945-954

Blodlusarbetet i sparrzonen. Vaxtskyddsnotiser, Stockhohn, 1, 7-12

Bloemkleurpolymorfie en hommelvoorkeur. Entomologische Berichten (Amsterdam) 67(1-2): 2-6

Blondy, a yellow-green somatic mutation in the Chippewa potato. Amer. Potato J, 31: 374

Blood agglutinins in filariasis. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 62: 17-17

Blood albumin glues; their manufacture, preparation, and application. Rep. U.S. For. Prod. lab., Madison. 281-2, 6

Blood amino nitrogen levels; changes in blood amino nitrogen levels following ingestion of proteins and of a protein hydrolysate in infants with normal and with deficient pancreatic function. American Journal of Diseases of Children 72: 251-273

Blood ammonium levels in liver disease. Proc. R. Soc. Med, 48: 482-484

Blood and bone marrow study of vitamin-deficient rats. Jour Nutrition 50(4): 479-485

Blood And Extracellular Fluid Studies In Chronic Malnutrition In Infancy. Journal of Clinical Investigation 27(3 Pt 1): 352-363

Blood and liver glutathione during protein deprivation. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 79(1): 57-59

Blood and Liver Proteins in Surgical Patients as Related to Protein Depletion. Annals of Surgery 127(2): 352-361

Blood and lymphatic endothelial cell-specific differentiation programs are stringently controlled by the tissue environment. Blood 109(11): 4777-4785

Blood and meat spots in chicken eggs. Michigan State Coll Agric Expt Sta Quart Bull 35(1): 110-119

Blood and milk levels following intramuscular injection of dibenzylamine penicillin G and the effect on Streptococcus agalactiae infection of the bovine udder. Antibiot. Ann 433-37

Blood and packed cell volume of the adult rat as measured by tagged cells. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 74(4): 681-685

Blood and plasma transfusion in domestic animals. Vet. ital, 6: Suppl. 2, 787-871

Blood and plasma transfusion in large domestic animals. Blood and plasma transfusion in large domestic animals, Hannover: M. & H. Schaper., 108. Price: DM. 5,

Blood and synovial fluid cytokine signatures in patients with juvenile idiopathic arthritis: a cross-sectional study. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases 66(5): 589-598

Blood and tissue partition of cobalt 60 in dogs. American Journal of Physiology 183(1): 173-177

Blood and tissue sugar in normal subjects and diabetics. Deutsch. Ztschr. Verdauungs- u. Staffmchselkr, 12: 98-107

Blood as a feed and fertiliser in carp fisheries. Rocz. Nauk rol. [B

Blood as an index of the zootechnical value of hens. Pticevodstvo, 5: 8, 40-42

Blood as one of the internal breed indices in sheep. Sovetsk. Zooteh, 1, 73-85

Blood ascorbic acid before and after operation. Rev. eapanola Enferm. Apar. digest. Nutrition. 11: 681-697

Blood ascorbic acid values. Variations; spontaneous and induced, in Paris schoolchildren, March to July 1947. Rec. Tray. Inst. nat. Hyg, 4: 403-414

Blood calcium after test administration of CaCl2 and of vitamin D2 in patients with arcus senilis and in relation to age. Acta gerontol, 3: 2, 3-12

Blood carbonic anhydrase activity in anemia, with a note on polycythemia vera. Blood 4(5): 442-454

Blood catalase activity in rabbits.. Rep. Fac. Animal Husb., Hung. Univ. Agric. Sci, 1: 9, 17-26

Blood catalase and liver function in Hungarian Pied cattle.. Rep. Fac. Animal Husb., Hung. Univ. Agric. Sci, 1: 9, 29-39

Blood catalase in cattle experimentally infected with F. & M. disease. Schweiz. Arch. Tierheilk, 92: 375-387

Blood catatase in cattle experimentally infected with foot and mouth disease. Schweiz. Arch. Tierheilk, 91: 522-531

Blood catatase of pigs and mice inoculated with E. rhusiopathiae. Roczn. Nauk. rol, 66: 571-583

Blood cell counts and hemoglobin value in normal and diabetic dogs. Amer. J. clin. Path, 16: 457-461

Blood cell separation using amphiphilic copolymers containing N,N-dimethylacrylamide. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. Part B, Applied Biomaterials 81(2): 419-426

Blood cell values for healthy adolescents. A.M.A. American Journal of Diseases of Children 90(2): 159-163

Blood changes during the adaptation syndrome in sheep. Journal of Endocrinology 7(2): 143-153

Blood changes following breakfasts of different types; blood sugar and chylomicrons in young women of different weights. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 31(9): 867-882

Blood changes in the aged. Edinburgh Med Jour 54(6): 306-321

Blood changes in the aged. Geriatrics 10(10): 459-468

Blood changes in the aged. 2. Edinb. Med. J, 54: 649-356

Blood changes in the aged. 3. Edinb. Med. J, 56: 100-115

Blood changes related to sulfonamide therapy. 3. Treatment of granulocytopenia with folic acid and pyridoxine hydrochloride. Amer. J. Med. Sci, 211: 672-679

Blood chemistry in acute progressive arteriosclerosis. Electrophoretic estimation of lipoprotein in atheroma and atherosclerosis. Deutsch. med. Wochenschr, 79: 653-657

Blood chemistry in normal and depancreatised dogs after intravenous infusion of fat. Arch. Sci. biol., Bologna. 34: 239-256

Blood chloride in man during physical training. Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 27: 930-932

Blood cholesterol during trait-juice fasting. Deutsch. Arch. klin. Med, 50. 196: 7-18

Blood cholesterol values in the years 1942-1949. HappeSeyler'a Ztschr, 285: 91-93

Blood cholinesterase values in early diagnosis of excessive exposure to phosphorus insecticides. British Medical Journal 1(4926): 1370-1372

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Blood clotting; the function of electrolytes and of calcium. Biochemical Journal 50(3): 415-420

Blood coagulation in experimental scurvy. 2. Biochem. Ztschr, 319: 47-53

Blood coagulation technique. Blood coagulation technique, Basle: B. Schwabe & Co., 96. Price: Swiss Fr. 9,

Blood composition of Broad-Breasted Bronze breeding turkeys. Poultry Sci 29(1): 15-19

Blood composition of horses before death from contagious bronchopneumonia. Annales Medicinae Experimentalis et Biologiae Fenniae 30(3-4): 254-258

Blood composition of normal beef cattle. Tech. Bull. Okla. agric. Exp. Sta, 43, 23

Blood composition of sheep breeds. Sovetsk. Zootekhn, 6: 1, 73-85

Blood concentration curve of cyclosporine: impact of itraconazole in lung transplant recipients. Transplantation 83(8): 1130-1133

Blood concentrations of sulfisoxazole following ad-ministration of astandard dose to cattle. Vet. Med, 49: 19-20

Blood copper deficiency in Offaly cattle. Sci Proc Roy Dublin Soc 26(15): 263-273

Blood copper in disorders of the nervous system. An. Fac. Farm. Bioquim., Lima. 4: 224-233

Blood copper in normal and pathological conditions. An. Fac. Farm. Bioquim., Lima. 4: 183

Blood copper in pigmented and white races. C.R. Acad. Sci, 223: 1181-1183

Blood cysts of the valves of the heart in animals. Riv. Med. vet, Parma., 6: 407-418

Blood disorders associated with pregnancy. The value of sternal marrow biopsy. Amer. J. Obstet. Gynecol, 51: 447-464

Blood donor derived dendritic cells and cytotoxic T cells for specific fusion-gene adoptive immunotherapy. Vox Sanguinis 92(4): 351-360

Blood eosinophils in workers with aluminum potroom asthma are increased to higher levels in non-smokers than in smokers. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 50(6): 443-448

Blood ergothioneine and dietary oats. Journal of Nutrition 56(1): 107-113

Blood examination in Belgian draught horses. Vlaam. Diergeneesk. Tijdschr, 18: 1-18

Blood factors and baby pig anemia. Jour Amer Vet Med Assoc 115(869): 94-96

Blood faston and baby pig anemia. J.Amer. vet. med. Ass, 115: 94-96

Blood findings among pregnant women in the Philippines. Journal of the Philippine Medical Association 26(10): 461-464

Blood findings in men on a diet devoid of meat and low in animal protein. Science 111(2894): 673-673

Blood flow volume changes in the maturing arteriovenous access for hemodialysis. Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology 33(5): 727-733

Blood flukes infection (schistosomiasis) in the cattle, goats and sheep of the Central Provinces and Berar and Central India. Proceedings of the Indian Science Congress, 33rd (1946): III, 121 p

Blood formation in infancy. 1. The normal 16 bone marrow. Arch. Dis. Childhood. 27: 128-133

Blood formation in infancy. 3. Cord blood. Arch. Dis. Childhood. 30: 117-120

Blood formation in infancy.2. Normal erythropoiesis. Arch. Dis. Childhood. 27: 214-221

Blood glucose and food intake in normal and hypophysectomized, alloxan-treated rats. American Journal of Physiology 168(3): 812-819

Blood glucose level in preterm infants after antenatal exposure to glucocorticoid. Acta Paediatrica 96(5): 664-668

Blood glucose monitor: an alternative off-line method to measure glucose concentration during fermentations with Trichoderma reesei. Biotechnology Letters 29(7): 1075-1080

Blood glutathione as independent marker of lipid peroxidation in heart failure. International Journal of Cardiology 117(1): 45-50

Blood Group Factors in the Rabbit. II. the Inheritance of Six Factors. Genetics 40(6): 770-780

Blood group mucoids in growth promotion of Lactobacillus bifidus var. Penn. Fed. Proc. (Amer. Societies exp. Biol.). 12: 1, Part 1, 272-73

Blood group mucoids: their distribution and growth-promoting properties for Lactobacillus bifidus var. Penn. Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 43(4): 532-542

Blood groups and artificial insemination in cattle. Zootec. Vet, Milan, 4: 753-754

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Blood groups in cats. Journal of Physiology 111(1-2): 61p-61p

Blood groups in cattle. Rec. Med. vet, 128: 405-415

Blood groups in cattle. Experiments with hetero-immune sera. Nord. VetMed, 1: 750-758

Blood groups in dogs. Rec. Med. vet, 128: 493-501

Blood groups in horses. Indian vet. J, 26: 86-93

Blood groups in horses (Indian system): their value in transfusions and neonatal isoerythrolysis. Cornell Veterinarian 43(2): 217-222

Blood groups in horses and cattle and their significance in the determination of descent and paternity. Fortpfl. Bes. Haustiere, 3: 49-52

Blood groups in horses, donkeys and mules. Rec. Med. vet, 129: 629-644

Blood groups in pigs. Mh. VetMed, 7: 67-71

Blood groups in rabbits. British Journal of Haematology 1(4): 378-385

Blood groups in sheep. C. R. Acad. Sci, Paris, 234: 1714-1716

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Blood groups of goats. C. R. Soc. Biol. Paris, 148: 1224-1225

Blood groups of horses observed by means of isoimmunisation, and their heredity.. Jap. J. Zootech. Sci, 24: 25-32

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Blood groups of the horse. Vet. Arhiv, 20: 357-369

Blood haemoglobin: the relationship between oxygen capacity and iron content of blood in men and women. Biochemical Journal 40(2): 247-249

Blood haemoglobin and nutrition. Cas. Lek. ces, 89: 979-983

Blood hemoglobin values of dairy cattle. J. Dairy Sci, 35: 661-667

Blood histamine, leukocytes and platelets in experimental serum disease in rabbits. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 72(2): 439-443

Blood indices of sheep in relation to sex, age, and reproductive activity. Dokl. Alead. Nauk SSSR. 58: 477-480

Blood inhibitory capacity toward exogenous plasmin. Blood Coagulation & Fibrinolysis 18(3): 241-246

Blood inorganic phosphorus and serum potassium in insulin hypoglycaemia in the sheep. Australian Jour Agric Res 6(4): 589-594

Blood iodine and carcinoma. Nord. Med, 29: 455-456

Blood iodine and thyroid function; a study of 254 cases. Acta Medica Scandinavica 133(3): 186-209

Blood iodine in endemic goitre. Rev. din. espanola. 52: 247-253

Blood iron in pernicious anaemia of infants. Bull. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 28: 1948,

Blood keto acid levels during intoxication with inhibitors of carbohydrate metabolism. Biochemical Journal 61(2): 348-352

Blood level of thiamine in normal children. A.M.A. American Journal of Diseases of Children 82(5): 555-560

Blood level studies in dogs following the administration of chloromycetin. American Journal of Veterinary Research 13(47): 204-206

Blood levels and absorption of vitamin A in children with keratosis follicularis. J. Nutrition. 33: 633-640

Blood levels in normal adults on a restricted dietary intake of B-complex vitamins and tryptophan. Arch. Biochem, 13: 481-484

Blood levels of absorbed labeled fat and chylomicronemia. Journal of Biological Chemistry 210(2): 531-537

Blood levels of ascorbic acid and vitamin A during vitamin A depletion and effect of administration of ascorbic acid during terminal vitamin A depletion in the dairy cow. J. Dairy Sci, 35: 607-614

Blood levels of some inorganic and organic constituents in normal parturient cows and cows with parturient paresis. Jour Dairy Sci 36(1): 39-44

Blood lipase in patients with biliary calculi. Arch. ital. Malat. Appar. diger, 20: 161-164

Blood lipid levels as influenced by weight reduction in men. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 3(5): 397-402

Blood lipid levels as influenced by weight reduction in women. American Journal of Medicine 17(3): 348-354

Blood lipids in subjects with atherosclerosis. Modification by treatment with tocopherol. Acta gerontol, 1: 6, 3-23

Blood lipids in the infant under physiological conditions. Riv. Clin. pediat, 56: 366-377

Blood lipoproteins in experimental atheroma. Cas. Lek. ces, 93: 497-502

Blood meal as a lysine supplement to all-vegetable protein rations for chicks. Poultry Sci 34(5): 1050-1053

Blood mediums for cultivation of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. VIII. Results with different samples of agar with and without penicillin. Acta Tuberculosea Scandinavica 30(1-2): 37-42

Blood metabolite levels in normal and handicapped pied flycatchers rearing broods of different sizes. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part A, Molecular & Integrative Physiology 147(1): 70-76

Blood pH and blood-flow during muscular activity. Lancet. 258: 381-386

Blood parasite infections of wild and domestic ducks in Maine. Proc. 27th Ann. Meet. N.E. Conf. Lab. Wkrs Pullorum Dis. Contr., Durham, New Hampshire, June 14-15. 3

Blood parasites of east African vertebrates, with a brief description of exo-erythrocytic schizogony in Plasmodium pitmani. Parasitology 40(3-4): 328-337

Blood parasites of some common Texas birds. Field and Laboratory. Dallas, Texas, 20: 4, 146-154

Blood parasites of southwest Texas rodents. Jour Parasitol 38(1): 89-90

Blood parasites of the magpie and English sparrow of eastern Washington. Bird-Banding, 17: 2, 72-74

Blood parasites of the white mouse. II. Bartonella muris musculi. Z. Tropenmed.u. Parasit. 4: 1-10

Blood parasites of white mice. I. Eperythrozoon coccoides.. Z. Tropenmed. u. Parasit. 3: 461-472

Blood parasites. III. Trypanosoma infection in Columba livia (Columba domestica). Ned.-Ind. Bl. Diergeneesk, 54: 249-253

Blood permeability of a novel ceramic scaffold for bone morphogenetic protein-2. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. Part B, Applied Biomaterials 81(2): 469-475

Blood picture and fertilizing potency in cocks. C. R. (Dokl.) Acad. Sci. U. R. S. S., N. S, 54: 637-639

Blood picture and iron content of the liver in young animals suckled by dams with anaemia caused by feeding onions. Atti Soc. ital. Sci. vet. Cortina d'Ampezzo 1954. 7: 202-204

Blood picture and oxygen consumption in anaemia in hens caused by feeding onions. Atti Soc. ital. Sci. vet, Sanremo., 6: 120-121

Blood picture in disseminated sclerosis. Nord. Med, 45: 722-723

Blood picture in equine infectious anaemia. Folia haemat, 71: 598-603

Blood picture in normal dogs. American Journal of Physiology 180(3): 456-462

Blood picture of Indians at high altitudes. Indian Medical Gazette 87(3): 95-100

Blood picture of apparently and really healthy children. Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine 52(1-2): 139-143

Blood picture of calves fed a ration supplemented with cobalt. Atti Soc. ital. Sci. vet, 8: 291-294

Blood picture of calves fed a ration supplemented with mixtures of trace elements. Atti Soc. ital. Sci. vet, 8: 294-296

Blood picture of calves immunized against paratyphoid (Salmonellosis) with formol vaccine. Trud. vsezoyuz. Inst. eksp. Vet, 14: 79-88

Blood picture of dogs fed with onions. Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 29: 12-15

Blood picture of experimental fluorosis. 1. Changes of erythrocyte, haemoglobin, colour index, reticulocyte, blood platelet and the size of erythrocyte. Shikokl Acta Med, 5: 344-353

Blood picture of experimental fluorosis. 2. Influence on the leucocytes of rabbits in gesting sodium fluoride. Shikokl Acta Med, 5: 370-375

Blood picture of experimental fluorosis. 3. Influence on the bone marrow of rabbits ingesting sodium fluoride. Shikokl Acta Med, 5: 376-383

Blood picture of fowls following the feeding of onions (Allium cepa). Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 28: 1008-1009

Blood picture of fowls treated with Allium cepa. Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 28: 1008-1009

Blood picture of nutritional dystrophy in children; effect of folic acid and vitamin B12 upon it; studies on the nutrition of children in Hirosaki area. 10th Report. Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine 56(1-2): 47-57

Blood picture, pulse rate, body temperature and thickness of the skin reaction in horses after the intradermal tuberculin test. Inaug. Diss, Hanover., 40

Blood pictures of lactating and non-lactating thoroughbred mares. Veterinary Medicine 45(6): 228-230

Blood pigment metabolism in premature infants and its role in the pathogenesis of anaemia in premature infants. Ztschr. Kinderheilk, 68: 245-258

Blood Plasma Ascorbic Acid Levels on Controlled Intakes of Ascorbic Acid. Science 106(2742): 67-67

Blood plasma contact activation on silicon, titanium and aluminium. Biomaterials 28(7): 1346-1354

Blood plasma vitamin A and carotene of dairy calves treated with sulfonamides. Jour Dairy Sci 33(6): 424-429

Blood potassium in old age. Bol. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 30: 370-372

Blood pressure and heart rate changes during fibreoptic orotracheal intubation: a comparison of children and adults. European Journal of Anaesthesiology 24(1): 39-45

Blood pressure and retinal arteriolar narrowing in children. Hypertension 49(5): 1156-1162

Blood pressure and vascular effects of leptin in humans. Metabolic Syndrome and Related Disorders 5(3): 270-274

Blood pressure at rest, during 24 h monitoring and in response to sympathetic stimulation in hypertensive patients with metabolic syndrome. International Journal of Cardiology 117(3): 312-316

Blood pressure of the rat during acute and chronic choline deficiency. American Journal of Physiology 148(3): 557-562

Blood pressure regulation in neurally intact human vs. acutely injured paraplegic and tetraplegic patients during passive tilt. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology 292(3): R1146-R1157

Blood pressure, hypertension and mortality from circulatory disease in men and women who survived the siege of Leningrad. European Journal of Epidemiology 22(4): 223-234

Blood protein at rest and in motion. 1. Arch, venezol. Nutrition. 2: 359-368

Blood protein content of mature range ewes as influenced by level of protein in their ration. Sci. Agric, 32: 421-426

Blood protein disorders and myocardosis. Experimental studies on rats. Ztschr. ges. exp. Med, 52. 118: 377-389

Blood protein in normal individuals and in hospital patients. Rev, med. Chile. 77: 439-443

Blood protein in portal cirrhosis. Rev. med. Chile. 76: 736-742

Blood protein in pregnant women of the working class in Caracas. Arch. venezol. Nutricion. 3: 299-307

Blood protein in surgical patients. Rev. med. Chile. 75: 647-657

Blood protein picture of nursing mothers.. Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 31: 3/4, 377-80

Blood proteins. Riv. Ist. sieroterap. ital, 25: 91-115

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Blood proteins in deficiency syndromes especially of riboflavin. Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 28: 1944,

Blood proteins in infants from a quantitative and qualitative point of view. Annales Paediatrici. International Review of Pediatrics 185(3): 129-141

Blood proteins in nursing women. Bol. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 81: 377-380

Blood prothrombin and pregnancy. Rev. din. espanola. 25: 184-186

Blood protozoa of domestic animals in Persia. Bull. Soc. Path. exot, 39: 122-126

Blood pyruvate and ventilation in heavy work. Acta Physiologica Scandinavica 20(2-3): 133-136

Blood pyruvate curves of normal and obese subjects following the ingestion of carbohydrate. Canadian Medical Association Journal 61(5): 518-518

Blood pyruvate estimations in the diagnosis and treatment of polyneuritis. Brain. 73: 431-452

Blood pyruvate in pantothenic acid deficiency. Bol. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 31: 1107-1108

Blood pyruvate in white rats fed on a diet to produce fatty liver. Bol. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 30: 245-246

Blood pyruvate levels following intravenous glucose injections in aged males. American Journal of the Medical Sciences 220(1): 78-83

Blood pyruvic acid in alloxan diabetes. An. Fac. Farm. Bioquim., Lima. 5: 334-344

Blood pyruvic acid in cardiac decompensation and the effect of co-carboxylase. Quad. Nutrizione. 11: 49-62

Blood pyruvic acid in experimental polyneuritis in the pigeon. An. Fac. Farm. Bioquim., Lima. 4: 215-223

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Blood response and nitrogen balance following liver extract. Blood 3(4): 361-361

Blood riboflavin in acute experimental thallium poisoning. Acta vitaminvl, 9: 14-16

Blood sedimentation in current medical practice. La sedimentation sanguine en pratique medicale courante, Paris : Masson et Cie, 2nd Edit, 176. Price: 8vo.; 230 fr

Blood sedimentation rate and haemoglobin content in light horses. Schweiz. Arch. Tierheilk. 92: 271-295

Blood sedimentation rate in Egyptian buffaloes. Veterinary Medicine 45(10): 411-412

Blood sedimentation rate in the horse and the cow. Tijdschrift Voor Diergeneeskunde 73(13): 485-516

Blood serum levels of penicillin in chickens.. Refuah Vet, 10: 37-50

Blood serum protein of the marine Elasmobranchii. Science 120(3125): 849-851

Blood serum total proteins, riboflavin, ascorbic acid, carotenoids and vitamin A of New Hampshire chickens infected with coryza, cholera or Newcastle disease. Poultry Sci, 34: 1054-1058

Blood splashing of meat. Vet. Rec, 63: 675-677

Blood spots in eggs (incidence-origin-nature). Rev. Oka, 26: 169-178

Blood studies by the method of Phillips and Van Slyke. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk, 71: 870-871

Blood studies of Louisiana dairy cows. 2. Calcium, inorganic phosphorus, hemoglobin value, erythrocyte count, leucocyte count and differential leucocyte percentages. J. Dairy Sci, 29: 831-838

Blood studies of red Sindhi-Jersey crosses. III. Effect of a fixed hot environment on blood constituent levels of Jerseys and Sindhi-Jersey crosses. Science 121(3143): 437-438

Blood studies of red Sindhi-Jersey crosses. 1. Hemoglobin, hematocrit, plasma calcium and plasma inorganic phosphorus values of red Sindbi-Jersey daughters and their Jersey dams. J. Dairy Sci, 34: 1145-1150

Blood sucking insects as carriers of Brucella organisms. Zbl. Bakt, 156: 6, 414-26

Blood sugar and citric acid levels in newborn infants. Pediatrics 9(1): 38-43

Blood sugar and glucose tolerance in natives of the Kwango. Ann. Soc. belg. Med. trop, 35: 35-38

Blood sugar and hemoglobin responses to anoxia in sheep and the effect of acclimatization. American Journal of Physiology 167(3): 559-562

Blood sugar and intestinal absorption of glucose. Research on the isolated intestine. CR. Acad. Sci, 238: 936-938

Blood sugar and liver glycogen in ketosis of the ruminant. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 124(926): 341-343

Blood sugar and liver glycogen in mammals exposed to cold. Arch, internal. Pharmacodyn, 68: 63-83

Blood sugar curve after oral administration of glucose in infants in a state of deficiency, chiefly of riboflavin. Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 29: 120-121

Blood sugar fluctuation due to double administration of glucose into the duodenum. Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine 55(2-3): 195-198

Blood sugar in children. Ztschr. Kinderheilk, 69: 232-241

Blood sugar in newborn infants. J. Pediat, 34: 342-351

Blood sugar in the alpaca. Rev. Fac. Med. vet., Lima. 56. 7-11: 142-156

Blood sugar levels and carbohydrate administration in human subjects during prolonged exposures to moderately low altitudes. American Journal of Physiology 145: 365-375

Blood sugar levels following intravenous infusion of glucose and fructose in adults. Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental 4(4): 318-322

Blood sugar levels in babies born of diabetic mothers. Archives of Disease in Childhood 29(143): 28-33

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Blood sugar studies on premature babies. Archives of Disease in Childhood 28(139): 194-197

Blood sugar time curves; standards of normality. Canadian Medical Association Journal 63(4): 371-372

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Blood sugar, fructose and glucose, after administration of fructose and sucrose to normal children. Arch, ital. Pediat. Puericolt, 15: 122-153

Blood sugar, glucose and galactose after single or repeated doses by mouth of glucose and lactose in children. Arch. ital. Pediat. Puericolt, 14: 56-84

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