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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 13675

Chapter 13675 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Correlation of microbiological and chemical soil data with crop yields of the Jordan soil fertility plots. Soil Sci 67(4): 279-285

Correlation of nuclear and metabolic events during bacterial division. Genetics, 40: 569 p

Correlation of numbers of cutaneous BCG vaccination papules and subsequent tuberculin allergy and tuberculosis resistance in guinea pigs. American Review of Tuberculosis 60(5): 547-556

Correlation of optical coherence tomography pattern and visual recovery after vitrectomy with silicone oil for retinal detachment. Retina 26(8): 917-921

Correlation of phosphorus content of alfalfa with pH and forms of soil phosphorus. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc, 18: 64-67

Correlation of plant tissue tests of corn deficiency symptoms and soil analyses on the Jordan fertility plots. Pa. Agric. Expt. Sta. Bull, 560: 5

Correlation of quantitative characters in paddy. Pakist. J. Sci, 5: 142-44

Correlation of resistance to eight Pythium species in seedling corn. Phytopathology, 43: 476 p

Correlation of seedling and adult plant reaction to stem rust of wheat. Phytopathology, 43: 468 p

Correlation of seedling blight to stalk rot and nature of seedling resistance to Diplodia zeae. Phytopath 42(9): 473

Correlation of serum TNF-alpha levels and histologic liver injury scores in pediatric nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. American Journal of Clinical Pathology 127(6): 954-960

Correlation of soil moisture and cotton yields. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc, 18: 127-129

Correlation of soil test results with celery plant growth. Proc Amer Soc Hort Sci 52: 443-447

Correlation of soil tests for available phosphorus and potassium with crop yield responses to fertilization. Soil Sci Soc Amer Proc 17(3): 258-262

Correlation of sugar beet yields with chemical properties of a saline-alkali soil. Soil Sci 77(6): 443-451

Correlation of the cytotoxic activity of four different alkaloids, from Chelidonium majus (greater celandine), with their DNA intercalating properties and ability to induce breaks in the DNA of NK/Ly murine lymphoma cells. Central European Journal of Biology 1(1): 2-15

Correlation of the incidence of plant disease and temperature. Nat. agric. Chem. Ass. News. 10: 4, 6 p

Correlation of the level of hepatic riboflavin with the appearance of liver tumors in rats fed aminoazo dyes. Journal of Experimental Medicine 88(1): 89-98

Correlation of the potassium content of alfalfa with that available in soils. Soil Sci Soc Amer Proc 14: 245-249

Correlation of the radioactivity of suspensions of tubercle bacilli with their turbidity. Method of estimating weight in doses of tubercle bacilli. Amer. Rev. Tuberc, 58: 102-111

Correlation of ureteric length with anthropometric variables of surface body habitus. Bju International 99(5): 1119-1122

Correlation of vitamin requirements and cultural and biochemical characteristics of the genus Lactobacillus. Journal of Bacteriology 54(1): 13-13

Correlation of yield and germination of Pinus sylvestris seed with size of cone.. Lesn. Hoz, 3: 8, 82-3

Correlation of yield and quality of alfalfa and clover hay with levels of available phosphorus and potassium. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer., 1950. 14: 249-253

Correlation studies in Sesamum orientale L. Indian Jour Genetics And Pl Breeding 9(1): 27-32

Correlation studies in gram (Cicer arietinum). Pakistan J. Sci, 1: 104-09

Correlation studies of yield and other characteristics in rye poiycrosses. Sci. Agric, 30: 12-29

Correlational selection on lay date and life-history traits: experimental manipulations of territory and nest site quality. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution 61(5): 1071-1083

Correlations among TypeA behavior pattern, self-esteem and stress responses of nursing students. Memoirs of Osaka Kyoiku University Series III Natural Science and Applied Science 55(2): 43-54

Correlations and efficiency in Pyrethrum cinerariaefolium. Bull. Inst. agron. Gembloux, 49. 17: 174-80

Correlations and efficiency of a group of P, cinerariae-folium Preg. Bull. Inst. Agron. Gembloux., 15: 174-80

Correlations between Epstein-Barr virus antibody levels and risk factors for multiple sclerosis in healthy individuals. Multiple Sclerosis 13(3): 420-423

Correlations between annual rings, proportion of latewood, tracheids, and density of Douglas Fir Wood.. Ital. for. mont, 7: 1, 30-45

Correlations between blood pyruvic acid, tissue vitamin B1, and adrenal hypertrophy in vitamin B1deficiency in the rat. Internat. Ztschr. Vitaminforsch, 25: 210-224

Correlations between calcium oxalate crystals and photosynthetic activities in palisade cells of shade-adapted Peperomia glabella. Botanical Studies 48(2): 155-164

Correlations between certain semen characters and fertility in cattle. Tierzucht. 9: 335-339; 367

Correlations between deciduous and permanent tooth morphology in a European American sample. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 133(1): 726-734

Correlations between grades and gains of Hereford cattle at different stages of growth and between grades at different times. J. Animal Sci, 12: 771-774

Correlations between greenhouse results and the A value for assimilable phosphorus extracted from the soil by three different methods.. Agriculturatrop, 11: 925-928

Correlations between incisor and condyle motion during protrusion in children with primary dentition. Cranio 25(2): 90-97

Correlations between magnesium and calcium in soybean plants. Soil Plant Food, 1: 31-32

Correlations between management factors of Spruce in Rumania.. Bul. sti. Acad. Repub. rom. (Sect. Sti. biol.). 6: 2, 533-70

Correlations between milk yield, butterfat and protein percentage in German Brown heifers. Zuchtungskunde. 24: 266-279

Correlations between molecular mobility and chemical stability during storage of amorphous pharmaceuticals. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 96(5): 960-981

Correlations between morphological changes of the uterine mucous membrane of pregnant mares and the excretion of chorionic gonadotrophin. Dtsch. tierarztl. Wschr, 61: 223-224

Correlations between seed and berry development in some seeded varieties of Vitis vinifera. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci, 48: 291-97

Correlations between soil properties and pasture productivity. Lloydia 11(3): 171-180

Correlations between young Oak shoots in relation to stool size.. Doklady Akademii Nauk Armjanskoi SSR. 20, 61-4

Correlations in milk sheep. Rev. Cienc. vet, Lisboa., 48: 6-12

Correlations in milking ewes. Rev. Cienc. vet, Lisboa, 48: 344, 6-12

Correlations in refractive errors between siblings in the Singapore Cohort Study of Risk factors for Myopia. British Journal of Ophthalmology 91(6): 781-784

Correlations of development and growth between parts of a same plant (long-day type) kept in different photoperiodic conditions. Lavori di Botanica, Padova. 285-311

Correlations of development and growth between parts of one plant (long-day type) kept in different photoperiodie conditions. Lavori di Botanica, Padova, 285-311

Correlations of organ weights with body weight, body length and with other weights in the adult cat. Growth 11(1): 61-75

Correlations on the composition of milk. Part I. Sborn. csl. Akad. Zemed. 20: 321-330

Correlations relative to a primary character in a population in equilibrium subjected to a law of selective union. CR Acad. Sci. Paris, 233: 1346-48

Correlative association between circadian expression of mousePer2 gene and the proliferation of the neural stem cells. Neuroscience 146(2): 494-498

Correlative studies of Indiana soils: I. Some physical and chemical characteristics of seven major soil types. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. 1949. 13: 484-493

Correlazione tra diabete mellito e carcinoma del pancreas esocrino. Gazzetta Medica Italiana Archivio per le Scienze Mediche 165(6): 245-249

Correspondence. American Journal of Tropical Medicine. 29: 4, 641

Correspondence. Tropical Medicine News, 8: 1, 20

Correspondence. Emp. Cott. Gr. Rev, 29: 43-46

Correspondence. Vet.Rec, 138-139

Correspondences between the tropical forest formations of Africa, the Antilles and America.. Pap. 8th int. bot. Congr., Paris, Sect. 7, 22-3

Corridor disease: a fatal form of bovine theileriosis encountered in Zululand. J. S. Afr. vet. med. Ass, 26: 79-87

Corriola and other vine rootstocks for the region of the Vinhos Verdes and for Madeira. Estud. Inform. tec. Direcg. Serv. agric, Lisboa, 40, 55

Corroding accidents from sulphonamides and vitamin C. C.R. Soc. Biol. 140: 9-10, 261-263

Corrosion by commercial sodium hypochlorites and its inhibition. Jour Dairy Res 16(1): 23-28

Corrosion inhibitor for insecticides and weed killers containing nitrophenolic compositions. U.S. Patent 2,623,818 Dec. 30th,

Corrosion inhibitors for herbicidal sprays. U.S. Patent, Mar. 3rd. 2: 630, 380

Corrosion of aircraft structural materials by agricultural chemicals. Corrosion, 11: 119t-130t

Corrosion of aircraft structural materials due to agricultural chemicals. Agric Chemicals 10(9): 49-51, 53, 126-128

Corrosion of plate pasteurizers. Svenska Mejeritidn, 41: 42, 507-09

Corrosion protection of synthetic bronze patina. Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Quarterly 21(1): 71-76

Corrugated honeycomb - core panels. Fibre Contain, 34: 2, 24, 26, 31

Corrugated plywood. Sth. Lumberm, 187: 2345, 191

Corrugation irrigation. U.S.D.A. Leafl, 343: 8

Corsican Pine in the Campine.. Bull. Soc. for. Belg, 62: 4, 206-10

Corsican Pine.. Forst- u. Holzw, 10: 24, 495-6

Cortactin involvement in the keratinocyte growth factor and fibroblast growth factor 10 promotion of migration and cortical actin assembly in human keratinocytes. Experimental Cell Research 313(9): 1758-1777

Cortactin is an essential regulator of matrix metalloproteinase secretion and extracellular matrix degradation in invadopodia. Cancer Research 67(9): 4227-4235

Cortical activity during the recognition of cooperative actions. Neuroreport 18(7): 697-701

Cortical activity of children with dyslexia during natural speech processing: evidence of auditory processing deficiency. Journal of Basic and Clinical Physiology and Pharmacology 16(2-3): 157-171

Cortical bone thickness in dentate and edentulous human cadavers. Journal of Periodontology 78(5): 874-878

Cortical cholinergic denervation is associated with depressive symptoms in Parkinson's disease and parkinsonian dementia. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry 78(6): 641-643

Cortical control of muscle relaxation: a lateralized readiness potential (LRP) investigation. Clinical Neurophysiology 118(5): 1044-1052

Cortical electrode localization from X-rays and simple mapping for electrocorticographic research: The "Location on Cortex" (LOC) package for MATLAB. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 162(1-2): 303-308

Cortical mapping of genotype-phenotype relationships in schizophrenia. Human Brain Mapping 28(6): 519-532

Cortical microtubule contacts position the spindle in C. elegans embryos. Cell 129(3): 499-510

Cortical processing of visual motion in young infants. Vision Research 47(12): 1614-1623

Cortical protuberances of vascular origin on the brain of the elephant. C.R. Acad. Sci, Paris, 224: 1179-1181

Cortical specialization for concentric shape processing. Vision Research 47(12): 1608-1613

Cortical steroids in treatment of cancer. J. Amer. med. Ass, 144: 1058-1064

Cortical thinning of the attention and executive function networks in adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Cerebral Cortex 17(6): 1364-1375

Cortical tracheids in the African cherry oranges (Citropsis species, Rutaceae: A urantioideae). J. Wash. Acad. Sci, 39: 383-9. bibl. 13

Cortical, subcortical and spinal alterations in neuroimmunological diseases. Journal of Neurology 254 Suppl 2: Ii15-Ii17

Corticium crown rot of Gazania. Phytopath 39(12): 1053-1054

Corticium disease. A preliminary report on the comparison of fungicides for the control of the disease. J. Sports Turf Res. Inst, 8: 29, 253-258

Corticium galactinum and White Pine needle blight. Phytopathology. 43: 9, 468

Corticium praticola and the Rhizoctonia solani problem. Phytopathology, 43: 9, 488 p

Corticosteroid inhibition of growth-related oncogene protein-alpha via mitogen-activated kinase phosphatase-1 in airway smooth muscle cells. Journal of Immunology 178(11): 7366-7375

Corticosteroid use in rheumatoid arthritis: prevalence, predictors, correlates, and outcomes. Journal of Rheumatology 34(4): 696-705

Corticosteroid-exacerbated symptoms in an Andersen's syndrome kindred. Human Molecular Genetics 16(8): 900-906

Corticosteroids and beta2 agonists differentially regulate rhinovirus-induced interleukin-6 via distinct Cis-acting elements. Journal of Biological Chemistry 282(21): 15366-15375

Corticosteroids and ciclosporin A in idiopathic membranous nephropathy: higher remission rates of nephrotic syndrome and less adverse reactions than after traditional treatment with cytotoxic drugs. American Journal of Nephrology 27(3): 226-231

Corticosteroids for the prevention of atrial fibrillation after cardiac surgery: a randomized controlled trial. JAMA 297(14): 1562-1567

Corticosteroids in the urine of normal and scorbutic guinea pigs: isolation and quantitative determination. Journal of Biological Chemistry 213(2): 597-608

Corticosterone impairs insulin-stimulated translocation of GLUT4 in the rat hippocampus. Neuroendocrinology 85(2): 71-80

Corticosterone, locomotor performance, and metabolism in side-blotched lizards (Uta stansburiana). Hormones and Behavior 51(4): 548-554

Corticotroph axis sensitivity after exercise: comparison between elite athletes and sedentary subjects. Journal of Endocrinological Investigation 30(3): 215-223

Corticotrophic action of the anterior and posterior lobes of the ox pituitary. C. R. Acad. Sci, Paris., 235: 743-745

Corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF) receptor type 1-dependent modulation of synaptic plasticity. Neuroscience Letters 416(1): 82-86

Corticotropin-releasing factor inhibition of sheep fetal colonic contractility: mechanisms to prevent meconium passage in utero. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 196(4): 357.E1-7

Corticotropin-releasing factor, urocortin 1, and their receptors in the mouse spinal cord. Journal of Comparative Neurology 502(6): 973-989

Corticotropin-releasing hormone neurons in hypertensive patients are activated in the hypothalamus but not in the brainstem . Journal of Comparative Neurology 503(1): 148-168

Corticotropin-releasing hormone or dexamethasone regulates rat proopiomelanocortin transcription through Tpit/Pitx-responsive element in its promoter. Journal of Endocrinology 193(2): 279-290

Cortisol response and ovarian hormones in juvenile and cycling female Cebus monkeys: effect of stress and dexamethasone. American Journal of Primatology 69(5): 551-561

Cortisone (compound E); summary of its clinical uses. British Medical Journal 2(4679): 590-595

Cortisone and ACTH in clinical practice. Cortisone and ACTH in clinical practice, London: Butterworth & Co. (Publishers) Ltd., xi+255. Price: 25s,

Cortisone and ACTH in the treatment of chronic distemper (so-called hard-pad disease). N. Amer. Vet, 35: 764-768

Cortisone and gestation in the rabbit. C. R. Acad. Sci, Paris, 232: 1164-1166

Cortisone and homologous transplantations of tumors. Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 23(6): 454-461

CORTISONE and infection. British Medical Journal 1(4858): 381-382

Cortisone and its production from seeds of Strophanthus sarmentosus.. Rev. int. Bot. appl. Agric. trop, 29: 325/6, 605-7

Cortisone and liver function. Lancet 1(6750): 71-73

Cortisone and matrix formation in experimental scorbutus and repair therefrom, with contributions to the pathology of experimental scorbutus. A.M.A. Archives of Pathology 53(1): 54-69

Cortisone and vitamin B1 deficiency in the rat. Internat. Ztschr. Vitaminforsch, 26: 66-78

Cortisone and vitamin C in wound healing. Internationale Zeitschrift für Vitaminforschung. International Journal of Vitamin Research. Journal International de Vitaminologie 24(3): 318-329

Cortisone from Commonwealth sisal?. Chem. and Drugg, 158: 84-6

Cortisone from sisal waste. Chemurg. Dig, 11: 1, 15

Cortisone in experimental histoplasmosis. American Journal of Pathology 31(3): 535-543

Cortisone in experimental syphilis; a preliminary note. Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 87(5): 505-509

Cortisone in rheumatoid arthritis. Brit. med. J, Nov. 5. 1040-1041

Cortisone in the Treatment of Ketosis. Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine and Veterinary Science 17(2): 79-82

Cortisone in treatment of bovine infectious conjunctivitis. Gac. vet. B. Aires, 16: 87, 9-11

Cortisone in treatment of trichinosis. California Medicine 81(5): 348-351

Cortisone interference with calcium therapy in hypoparathyroidism. Journal of the American Medical Association 154(1): 42-44

Cortisone treatment of trichinosis. American Journal of the Medical Sciences 223(1): 16-19

Cortisoneits historic development and certain chemical and biochemical aspects. Merck Rep, 59: 4, 4-8

Corydalis forest assocations in the diluvial regions of E. Germany.. Arch. Forstw, 2: 2/3, 232-44

Corylus avellana as a tannin source.. Sylwan. 97: 2, 135-9

Corynebact. ovis infection in sheep. Zooprofilassi, 6: 299-315

Corynebact. pyogenes as a cause of sterility in cattle. Maanedsskr. Dyrlaeg, 60: 197-216

Corynebact. renale and C. pyogenes in relation to artificial insemination of cattle. Berl. Munch. tierarztl. Wschr, 65: 247-250

Corynebacterial pyelonephritisin pigs. Zbl. Vet. Med, 1: 455-468

Corynebacterium as a cause of abortion (and sterility) in cattle and sheep.. Nord. VetMed, 5: 12, 995-1001

Corynebacterium diphtheriae employs specific minor pilins to target human pharyngeal epithelial cells. Molecular Microbiology 64(1): 111-124

Corynebacterium fascians (Tilford) Dowson; its morphology, physiology, nutrition and taxonomic position. Trans. Brit, mycol. Soc, 34: 23-34. bibl. 23

Corynebacterium hansenii sp. nov., an alpha-glucosidase-negative bacterium related to Corynebacterium xerosis. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 57(Pt 5): 1113-1116

Corynebacterium ovis infection in goats. (Arecord of an outbreak.). Indian vet. J, 32: 43-46

Corynebacterium ovis infection in horses in Eritrea. Boll. Soc. ital. Med. Igiene trop, 6: 3-31

Corynebacterium ovis infection in sheep.. Med. vet. Varsovie, 11: 718-721

Corynebacterium ovis infections in Sao Paulo. Bol. Soc. paul. Med. vet, 8: 43-52

Corynebacterium pyogenes in bull semen. Veterinary Record 60(51): 669-669

Corynebacterium toxinogenes n.s. a pathogen, for sheep. Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 87: 111-115

Corynebacterium ulcerans infection of the lung mimicking the histology of Churg-Strauss syndrome. Chest 131(4): 1237-1239

Coryneum blight of stone fruits. Proc. Canad. phytopath. Soc, 17: 12 p

Coryneum foliicola Fuck, causing heart rot of Apples in Italy. Ann. Sper. agr, 5: 6, 1295-1308

Coryneum foliicolum causing heart rot of apples in Italy. Ann. Sper. agrar, 5: 1295-1307. bibl. 18

Coryneum microstictum B. & B. (Griphosphaeria corticola) as the agent of a canker of Rose in the vicinity of Naples. Notiz. Malatt. Piante, N.S. 1955. 8: 29, 19-25

Coryneum microstictum Berkeley & Br. on leaves of Arbutus unedo. Boll. Staz. Pat. veg. Roma. 2: 261-267

Coryneum of Peach trees. Bull. Soc. pomol. Fr, 76: 1, 10-12

Corynosoma enriettii n.sp., parasita de patos e marrecos domesticos (Palaeacanthocephala, Polymorphidae). Arquivos de Biologia e Tecnologia. Curitiba, 8: 3-6

Cosmetic and radiological outcome following the use of synthetic hydroxyapatite porous-dense bilayer burr-hole buttons. Acta Neurochirurgica 149(5): 481-5; Discussion 485-6

Cosmic Radiation and Cancer. Science 105(2726): 323-325

Cosmic ray induced ionization in the atmosphere estimated with CORSIKA code simulations. Dokladi na Bolgarskata Akademiya na Naukite 60(5): 493-500

Cosmic ray ionization model in ionosphere and atmosphere for particles with charge Z and 4 interval approximation of the ionization losses function. Dokladi na Bolgarskata Akademiya na Naukite 60(2): 133-140

Cosmic rays and their influence on plant life. Arquiv. Inst. Pesquisas Agron. Pernambuco Brasil. 4: 81-89

Cosmocephalus firlottei n.sp. (family Acuariidae) from the sea gull (Lana argentalas). Canadian Journal of Zoology. 29: 3, 173-177

Cossid moth. Malay. Forester. 15: 4, 208-9

Cost accounting in TVA forest nurseries. J. For, 50: 11, 831-833

Cost analysis of a domiciliary program of supportive and palliative care for patients with hematologic malignancies. Haematologica 92(5): 666-673

Cost analysis of the conversion of a dairy from coal- to oil-firing. Dtsch. Molkereiztg, 75: 12, 405-07

Cost and effectiveness of different insect and disease control practices in New York Apple orchards. Bull. Cornell agric. Exp. Sta, 886, 75

Cost and efficiency of producing sugar beets in Utah, 1945. Cost and efficiency of producing sugar beets in Utah 1948. Bull. 329, 30

Cost and return factors in dairy production in 1946. Quart. Bull. Michigan Agric. Exp. Slat, 30: 261-267

Cost and utilization of tractor power and equipment on farms in the Coastal Plain. Cost and utilization of tractor power and equipment on farms in the Coastal Plain, 21

Cost comparison of four systems of citrus frost protection. Citrus Leaves. 33: 11, 14-15; 26; 28

Cost effectiveness of screening for prostate cancer. Voprosy Onkologii (Stsburg). 2006; 52(6): 680-685

Cost of aluminium strip for capping milk bottles. Kieler Milchwirtschaft. ForschBerichte. 4: 3, 289-306

Cost of arboricides. Tech.Note For.Dep.Uganda 3/55, 1

Cost of calf-rearing, 1947-48. Farm Economics. 18, 11-13

Cost of cultivation of coconut in Travancore. Indian Coconut J, 4: 57-158

Cost of dairy herd replacement, 1954/55. Rep. Durham Univ., Fm Econ. Branch. G. 50: 11

Cost of diet in the city of Buenos Aires during the months from January 1949. Bol. Inst. nac. Nutrition. 6: 33 to 44,

Cost of fat lamb production on lowland farms in Wales in 1945-6. Cost of fat lamb production on lowland farms in Wales in 6, Aberystwyth : Department of Agricultural Economics, University College of Wales, 12. Price: 1s,

Cost of feeding pure bred dairy cows under the Australian Official Pure Bred Herd Recording Scheme in Western Australia, 1948-49. J. Agric. W. Aust, 27: 3, 252-59

Cost of feeding pure bred dairy cows under the Australian Official Pure Bred Herd Recording Scheme in Western Australia, 1949-50. J. Dep. Agric. W. Aust, 28: 2, 183-90

Cost of feeding pure-bred dairy cows under the Australian Official Pure-Bred Herd Recording Scheme in Western Australia, 1947-48. J. Agric, W. Aust., 26: 1, 36-43

Cost of getting cow with calf. Guernsey Breed. J, U. S. A., 73: 11-13

Cost of hauling logs by motor truck and trailer. Cost of hauling logs by motor truck and trailer, x + 112

Cost of manufacturing Cheddar cheese in New York State. Milk Prod. J, 45: 5, 38-39

Cost of marking standing timber. For. Chron, 23: 3, 234-5

Cost of milk distribution in local Vermont markets. Bull. Vt agric. Exp. Sta, 545: 36

Cost of milk production in Northern Ireland. Mon. Rep. Minist. Agric. N. Ire, 24: 11, 325-28

Cost of milk production in Northern Ireland 1950/51. Mon. Rep. Minist. Agric. N. Ire, 27: 4, 104-07

Cost of milk production, 1950/51. Home Fmr, 19: 11, 8-9

Cost of milk production. Winter 1948-49. Cost of milk production. Winter 49, 1949. Econ. Rept. 5, 7

Cost of milk-recording activity in recording years 1948-49 and 1949-50. Maataloust. Aikakausk, 24: 4, 147-55

Cost of moving hay from windrow to mow in New Jersey, 1945. NEW JERSEY Agricultural Experiment Station. Circ, 506, 8

Cost of obtaining pasteurized milk. A comparison for subdealers and small processor-distributors. Bull. Maine agric. Exp. Sta, 515: 42

Cost of operating machin-ery on Nebraska farms. Cost of operating machin-ery on Nebraska farms, Bull. 391, 35

Cost of producing boysenberries and loganberries for processing in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Stat. Bull. Ore. agric. Exp. Stat, 470: 39

Cost of producing butterfat in Utah. Farm And Home Sci 7(2): 6, 16, 17, 18-19

Cost of producing fluid milk in Alabama. An analysis of the cost of producing fluid milk on 90 wholesale and 29 retail dairy farms in Alabama in 1945. Bull. Ala. agric. Exp. Sta, 265: 71

Cost of producing grade A milk computed. Rep. Ore. agric. Exp. Sta. (Oregon's agricultural progress through research), 1948. 461, 85-86

Cost of producing grade A milk in the Willamette Valley section, Portland, Oregon, milkshed. Sta. Bull. Ore. agric. Exp. Sta, 486: 1950, 64

Cost of producing hardwood ties in Connecticut. J. For, 44: 9, 668-72

Cost of producing milk in Vermont, 1945-46. Bull. Vt agric. Exp. Sta, 549: 15

Cost of producing red raspberries for processing in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Stat. Bull. Ore. agric. Exp. Stat, 472: 30

Cost of producing strawberries for processing in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Stat. Bull. Ore. Agric. Exp. Stat, 469: 38

Cost of producing sweet cherries for processing in the Willamette Valley and the Dalles Area. Stat. Bull. Ore. agric. Exp. Stat, 454: 48

Cost of producing walnuts in Oregon. Stat. Bulls Ore. agric. Exp. Stat, 518: 47

Cost of production of industrial milk, 1949-50. Preliminary data. Farming in S. Africa. 26: 351-354

Cost of production of rice in Paraguay, 1948-49 harvest. Asuncion. Paraguay, 44

Cost of protein synthesis and energy allocation during development of antarctic sea urchin embryos and larvae. Biological Bulletin 212(2): 115-129

Cost of rearing lambs from first cross ewes, Northumberland, 1947. Rep. Fm Econ. Br. Univ, Durham ?. G 25, 15

Cost of resistance to parasites in digital organisms. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20(3): 845-853

Cost of sowing and other methods of regeneration.. Medd. SkogsforsknInst., Stockh, 45: 11, 63. Price: Kr

Cost of thinning young Douglas Fir. Timberman. 53: 10, 136-138

Cost per acre and per ton of growing sugar beet, 1945 crop. 25 fields-271 1/2 acres. Cost per acre and per ton of growing sugar beet, crop. 25 fields-271 1/2 acres, 1946. 3

Cost problems of the dry milk industry. Nat. Butt. Cheese J, 40: 5, 36-37; 60

Cost savings in furniture manufacture by accurate dimensional control. Bulletin, Department of Engineering Research, North Carolina State College, Raleigh, N.C, 53, i + 53

Cost studies. Grass drying in 1950. (Rep. No. 2.). Cost studies. Grass drying in, 1951. 8

Cost-benefit analysis of a hospital pharmacy bar code solution. Archives of Internal Medicine 167(8): 788-794

Cost-effectiveness analysis between primary and secondary preventive strategies for gastric cancer. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention 16(5): 875-885

Cost-effectiveness analysis of inactivated virosomal subunit influenza vaccination in children aged 3-14 years from the provider and societal perspectives. Vaccine 25(16): 3233-3239

Cost-effectiveness analysis of the treatment of large leiomyomas: laparoscopic assisted vaginal hysterectomy versus abdominal hysterectomy. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 196(5): E19-E21

Cost-effectiveness and cost-utility of insulin glargine compared with NPH insulin based on a 10-year simulation of long-term complications with the Diabetes Mellitus Model in patients with type 2 diabetes in Switzerland. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics 45(4): 203-220

Cost-effectiveness of coronary artery disease screening in asymptomatic patients with type 2 diabetes and other atherogenic risk factors in Japan: factors influencing on international application of evidence-based guidelines. International Journal of Cardiology 118(1): 88-96

Cost-effectiveness of empirical prescribing of antimicrobials in community-acquired pneumonia in three countries in the presence of resistance. Journal of Antimicrobial ChemoTherapy 59(5): 977-989

Cost-effectiveness of interferon-gamma release assay screening for latent tuberculosis infection treatment in Germany. Chest 131(5): 1424-1434

Cost-effectiveness of intrathecal baclofen therapy for the treatment of severe spasticity associated with cerebral palsy. Journal of Child Neurology 22(1): 49-59

Cost-effectiveness of long-acting bronchodilators for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Mayo Clinic Proceedings 82(5): 575-582

Cost-effectiveness of pharmacogenetic testing to predict treatment response to angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor. Pharmacogenetics and Genomics 17(5): 359-368

Cost-effectiveness of tacrolimus ointment vs. standard treatment in patients with moderate and severe atopic dermatitis: a health-economic model simulation based on a patient survey and clinical trial data. British Journal of Dermatology 156(5): 913-921

Cost-output relationships among small milk businesses in Pennsylvania as determined by budgetary analysis. Abstr. doct. Diss. Pa St. Univ, 17: 44-48

Cost-utility analysis of emergency department thoracotomy for trauma victims. Journal of Trauma 62(5): 1180-1185

Costaceae endemicas del Peru. REVISTA PERUANA DE BIOLOGIA 13(2): 740S

Costimulatory ligand CD70 is delivered to the immunological synapse by shared intracellular trafficking with MHC class II molecules. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104(14): 5989-5994

Costings as applied to the co-operative milk distributive industry. Int. Dairy Congr, 3: 1509-13

Costings for estate woodlands. Quart. J. For, 44: 1, 20-6

Costings in horticulture. Meded. Dir. Tuinb, 18: 547-55

Costs and benefits of on-farm nature conservation. Ecological Economics 62(3-4): 571-579

Costs and efficiency of pig production. A comparison between England and Denmark. Costs and efficiency of pig production. A comparison between England and Denmark, H.M.S.O., London, iv + 45. Price: 2s. net,

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Costs and labour in harvesting corn grain and stover. Costs and labour in harvesting corn grain and stover, Bull. 496, 34

Costs and labour requirements in bush apple orchards of the North-Rhine Province. Mimeo. Inst. Obstbau Univ. Bonn, 74. bibl. 38

Costs and methods in removing date palms. Rep. 32nd annu. Date Grs" Inst., Coachella, 7 p

Costs and methods of harvesting corn silage. Quart. Bull. Mich. agric. Exp. Sta, 33: 22-7

Costs and net returns in producing turkey hatching eggs. (Oregon Agric. Exp. Stat. Bull. No. 524). Costs and net returns in producing turkey hatching eggs, Oregon Agric. Exp. Stat., 48

Costs and practices in the distribution of fresh milk in Puerto Rico. Bull. Puerto Rico agric. Exp. Sta, 84: 57

Costs and profits in farms with and without cattle. Investigation of middle-sized farms in central Sweden, 1947-1949. Kgl. Lantbruksakad. Tidskr, 91: 399-466

Costs and returns from barley production in the southern province in 1945. Costs and returns from barley production in the southern province in, 1946. Misc. Cost Stud. 8, 3

Costs and returns from milk production in the Southern Province in 1951/1952. Misc. cost Studies Dep. agric. Econ. Univ. Reading. 26: 22

Costs and returns from milk production in the southern province in 1946-47. Misc. cost Studies Dep. agric. Econ. Univ. Reading, England, 10: 13

Costs and returns from milk production in the southern province in 1947/48. Misc. cost Studies Dep. agric. Econ. Univ. Reading, 13: 24. Price: 2s,

Costs and returns from milk production in the southern province in 1948-49. Misc. cost. Studies Dep. agric. Econ. Univ. Reading, 16: 28. Price: 2s,

Costs and returns from milk production in the southern province in 1949/1950. Misc. cost Studies Dep. Agric. Econ. Univ. Reading, England., 9. Price: 2s,

Costs and returns from milk production in the southern province in 1950/1951. Misc. cost Studies Dep. Agric. Econ. Univ. Reading. 24: 29. Price: 2s

Costs and returns from store wintered, grass finished cattle on Northumberland farms, 1947-48. Costs and returns from store wintered, grass finished cattle on Northumberland farms, 48, DURHAM UNIVERSITY, Farm Economics Branch, King's College, Newcastle-on-Tyne., 8

Costs and returns from sugar beet production in the southern province in 1947. Costs and returns from sugar beet production in the southern province in, 1948. 9

Costs and returns from wheat production in the southern province in 1945. Costs and returns from wheat production in the southern province in, 1946. Misc. Cost Stud. 7, 3

Costs and returns in milk production for local Maine markets. Bull. Me agric. Exp. Sta, Orono, Maine., 456, 283-324

Costs and returns in producing milk, Central Plain Region, New York 1953-54. Mimeogr. Rep. N.Y. St.Coll. Agric, A.E. 1011, 12

Costs and returns in producing milk, Otsego county, 1949-50. Fm. Econ., N.Y, 183, 4772-73

Costs in Schleswig-Holstein butter factories in 1947 and a forecast for 1949. Molkereiztg, Hildesh, 3: 11, 225-29

Costs in fruit growing. Rev. Agric. Brux, 6: 1372-97

Costs in the production of frest plants.. Fran skogsvards-styrelsernas arbetsfalt. 7-27

Costs of. Publ. Hops Marketing Board, 12-18. p

Costs of and reasons for rewrapping prepackaged meats, poultry, and cheese. Agric. Inform. Bull, 77: 34

Costs of attestation in dairy herds. Fmrs' Rep. Leeds Dep. Agric. (Econ. Sect.). 115: 10

Costs of controlled burning - records reveal comparative costs of controlled burns and wildfire suppression are affected by acreage. California Agriculture, Berkeley. 8: 9, 8-9, 15

Costs of converting coppice-with-standards to conifers in a private forest.. Rev. for. franc, 7: 8, 603-6

Costs of distributing milk in Maine markets. Bull. Me agric. Exp. Sta, 451: 105

Costs of distributing milk in Montana markets. Bull. Mont. agric. Exp. Sta, 462: 46

Costs of distributing milk in the Portland market. Sta. Bull. Ore. agric. Exp. Sta, 510: 23

Costs of drying grass. Farming, 3: 269-71

Costs of drying milk in Minnesota plants. Bull. Minn. Agric. Exp. Sta, 413: 30

Costs of fattening pigs 1945-1946. Manchester University, Agricultural Economics Department Bull, 30, 2. Mimeographed

Costs of fattening sheep and lambs on grass 1947. (Univ. Manchester Agric. Econ. Dept. Bull. No. 45/EC21.). Costs of fattening sheep and lambs on grass, Univ. Manchester Agric. Econ. Dept., 7

Costs of fattening sheep and lambs on grass, 1944-45. Manchester University, Agricultural Economics Department Bull, 32, 5. Mimeographed

Costs of feeding sheep on arable land. MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY Faculty of Economic and Social Studies. Agricultural Economics Department. Bull, 44/ EC20, 7

Costs of feeding sheep on arable land. 1947-1948 crop. Costs of feeding sheep on arable land. crop, 1948. Bull. 44/EC20, 7

Costs of field packing lettuce. Calif. Agric, 9: 3, 2; 14

Costs of growing spring oats in two districts of Yorkshire, 1947. Fmrs' Rep, 80, 11

Costs of growing sugar beet. 1948. (EDINBURGH AND EAST OF SCOTLAND College of Agriculture. Agricultural Economics Dept. Econ. Rept. No. 4.). Costs of growing sugar beet., 1949

Costs of growing wheat in the North West province, 1947 crop. Bull, 43/EC 19, 5

Costs of growing wheat on some Holderness Farms in 1947. Fmrs' Rep, 79, 15

Costs of heavy nitrogen fertilization are repaid. Rep. Pa agric. Exp. Sta. (Science for the farmer). Bull, 1946. 480, 12 p

Costs of logging in the Cameroons. Emp. For. Rev, 33: 2, 142-149

Costs of milk production (France 1948-49). Spel Bull, 4: 9/10, 23-24

Costs of milk production in England and Wales. Milk investigation scheme. Interim Report No. 9. October 1942 to September 1943 (with cost data for winter period October 1943 to March 1944). Costs of milk production in England and Wales. Milk investigation scheme. Interim Report No. 9. October to September 1943 (with cost data for winter period October 1943 to March 1944), 1948. 43

Costs of milk production on ninety-two farms in north-west England, 1950-51. (The national investigation into the economics of milk production.). Bull, agric. Econ. Dep. Univ. Manchr. 66/M17: 32

Costs of milk production on seventy-eight farms in north-west England, 1951-52. (The National Investigation into the economics of milk production). Bull. Agric. Econ. Dep. Univ. Mandar, 72/M18, 31

Costs of milk transportation between producer and dairy. Int. Dairy Congr., 1949. 4 pp.: 192-96

Costs of packing fresh grapes. Calif. Agric, 9: 2, 2; 14

Costs of pasture establishment. 1944-45. Finsk Betesdrift. 16-17: 47-59

Costs of potato production in central and western Ontario, Canada. Amer Potato Jour 27(8): 285-287

Costs of practising forestry in the South. Sth. Lumberm, 186: 2325, 43-4

Costs of producing mine props. Occ. Pap. Sth. For. Exp. Sta, 124, 22

Costs of producing oats and hay on Welsh farms in 1945. Costs of producing oats and hay on Welsh farms in, 1947. 14

Costs of production and wages in the dairy stall. Mitt. deutsch. Landwirts.-Gesellsch, 21, 4

Costs of production of Brazilian Pine (Araucaria angustifolia).. An. bras. Econ. flor., Inst. nac. Pinho, 7, 355-9

Costs of production of coconuts and copra in Ceylon. Ceylon econ. J, 15

Costs of production. 300 hours for two tons of tomatoes. II Tomato plants at twopence. Grower, 39: 535; 585

Costs of retailing milk among a group of grocery stores in Portland, Oregon. Sta. Bull Ore. agric. Exp. Sta, 504: 16

Costs of roads in planning forest transport.. Svenska Lantarbetsgivareforeningarmas Tidskrift [Stockholm

Costs of thinning and making small assortments.. Ned. Boschb. Tijdschr, 23: 4, 103-6

Costs on small dairy herds. Scot. agric. Econ, 3: 32-37

Costs, income and profits of milk production. Fm Econ. [Dep. Agric. Scot

Costs, quality, and prices of fluid milk in rural and urban areas of Utah and Montana. Bull. Utah agric. Exp. Sta, 365: 40

Cotransplantation of cord blood hematopoietic stem cells and culture-expanded and GM-CSF-/SCF-transfected mesenchymal stem cells in SCID mice. Journal of Korean Medical Science 22(2): 242-247

Cotransplanted hepatic stellate cells enhance vascularization of islet allografts. Microsurgery 27(4): 324-327

Cottage cheese from nonfat dry milk solids. Nat. Butt. Cheese J, 39: 6, 39; 64; 66

Cottage cheese from skim milk supplemented with condensed skim and nonfat dry milk solids. Milk Dlr, 40: 7, 41-42; 124-25; 126

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Cotton. Advanc. Agron, 2: 1-80

Cotton Experiment Station, Antigua. Emp. Cott. Gr. Corp. Lond, 133-44

Cotton Experiment Station, Kawanda. B.P.52 breeding work, 1948-49. Progress reports from experiment stations season,. Emp. Cott. Gr. Corp. Lond, 44-51

Cotton Growing at Zeidab, northern Sudan, and the Control of Laphygma exigua. Emp. Cott. Gr. Rev, London, 26: 4, 271-277

Cotton Insect Conference at Memphis (U.S.A.). 1951 recommendations. Agric. Chem, 6: 39-41

Cotton Insect Control with new Organic Insecticides in Mexico. J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis., 42: 3, 484-486

Cotton Jassid (Empoasca devastans Dist.) in the Punjab. VI. Species found on the Cotton Plant in the Punjab. Indian J. agric. Sci, Delhi, 15: pt. 3, 119-124

Cotton Jassid in the Punjab. Sci. Monogr. Pakistan Ass. Advanc. Sci, Lahore, 2, viii + 102. Price: Rs. 10

Cotton Research Station, Gatooma. Progress Report for the season 1945-46. Part I and part II. Emp. Cott. Gr. Corp, 32-49

Cotton Research Station, Namulonge. Progress report for the season 1949-1950. Programme of work. Progress reports from experiment stations season,. Emp. Cott. Gr. Corp., Lond., 4-11, 11-19

Cotton Research Station, Namulonge. Progress report for the season 1950-1951. Plant pathology. Emp. Cott. Gr. Corp. Lond, 12-20

Cotton Research Station, Namulonge. Progress report for the season 1951-52. Plant pathology. Emp. Cott. Gr. Corp. Lond, 22-26

Cotton Seed Disinfection as a supplementary Control Measure for Pink Bollworm (Platyedra gossypiella Saund.) in Mozambique . J. ent. Soc. sthn Afr, Pretoria, 9: 2, 111-114

Cotton Spraying in the Sudan Gezira. I. Yield Increase from Spraying and Spraying Methods. FAO Plant Prot. Bull, Rome, 3: 6, 86-92

Cotton Spraying in the Sudan Gezira. II. Entomological Problems arising from Spraying. FAO Plant Prot. Bull, Rome, 3: 7, 97-103

Cotton Stainer (Dysdercus superstitiosus Fabr.) as a potential Pest of Sorghum. Emp. J. exp. Agric, Oxford, 20: 79, 234-239

Cotton stainers (Dysdercus spp.) in the West Indies. Bulletin of Entomological Research 37(3): 389-391

Cotton and cotton breeding. Proc. Conf. Dep. Agric, Samaru, Nigeria, Jan. 14-18. 8-10

Cotton and its Pests in South Africa. Ratooning as a Threat to the Revival of Cotton-growing in the Union. Sci. Bull. Dep. Agric. S. Afr, Pretoria, 308, 17

Cotton and the new synthetic insecticides in the United States. Rev. Agric. Puerto Rico. 40: 147-52

Cotton as a trap crop for eelworm. Rhod. Agric. J, 44: 502

Cotton boll rots in Oklahoma. Bull. Okla. agric. Exp. Sta, B-300, 26

Cotton boll-worm control by genes. Indian Fmg. 8: 89-90

Cotton breeding in Egypt. Pakist. J. Sci, 5: 144-47

Cotton breeding in Egypt. Its achievements, its limitations and suggestions for the future. Bull. Un. Agric. Egypte, 51: 49-54

Cotton breeding in the Sudan. Res. Mem. Emp. Cott. Gr. Corp, 21, 68-184

Cotton breeding in the Sudan. Part 1. Egyptian cotton. Emp. J. exp. Agric, 22: 85, 68-80

Cotton breeding in the Sudan. Part III. American Upland cotton. Emp. J. exp. Agric, 22: 176-84

Cotton breeding problems under the Tungabhadra and project. Third Conference on Cotton Growing Problems in India Indian Cent. Cott. Cttee., 185-89

Cotton breeding research in the Madras state. Proceedings of the First Scientific Workers Conference held in the Agricultural College and Research Institute, Coimbatore, on 2nd August, 1953. 90-98

Cotton breeding section. The Gezira Station. Rep. Res. Div. Minist. Agric.,. Sudan, 57-61

Cotton burs and cotton bur ashes as fertilizer for cotton on a clay pan soil. Okla. Agric. Expt. Sta. Bull, B387: 10

Cotton crops in Venezuela accidentally damaged by 2,4-D. Bol. Minist. Agric., Div. Fitopat., Maracay, 2, 9

Cotton cultivation and soil conservation.. C.R. Sem. Agric., Yangambi, 65-74

Cotton cultivation in Angola. Agron. trop, 4: 640-1

Cotton cultivation in California. Cot. Fib. trop, 6: 105-14. bibl. 12

Cotton cultivation in Central India and Bajputana. I. Cotton tracts and the crop. Indian Cott. Grow. Rev, 3: 19-26

Cotton cultivation in Delhi. Indian Frag, 1: 9, 18

Cotton cultivation in Egypt.. Agric. Trop. Bogota, 5: 5, 12-13

Cotton cultivation in central India and Rajputana. II. Problems of improvement. Indian Cotton Growers Rev 3(2): 75-83

Cotton cultivation in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. Cot. Fib. trop, 2: 67-74

Cotton cultivation in the Belgian Congo and French Equatorial Africa. Rev. Bot. appl, 31: 275-9

Cotton cultivation in the United Provinces. Third Conference on Cotton Growing Problems in India Indian Cent. Cott. Cttee., 282-95

Cotton culture. Fmg S. Afr, 24: 387-90

Cotton defoliation studies in South Carolina - 1953. Proc.8th Ann.Beltwide. Cotton Defoliation Conf., 1954. 8-14

Cotton defoliation with calcium cyanamide. Bol. Inst. Invest, agron, 12: 26, 167-77; 176 p. bibl. 10

Cotton diseases and methods of control. Fmrs' Bull. U.S. Dep. Agric, 1745: 21

Cotton diseases in the Comarca Lagunera, Mexico. Foil. Divulg. Secret. Agric. Mez, 12: 42

Cotton experiment station. Antigua. Progress report for the season 1949-50. Progress reports from experiment stations season,. Emp. Cott. Gr. Corp., Lond., 116-25

Cotton experiments in Mozambique. Agronomia Lusitana. 11: 249-375

Cotton experiments in northeast Arkansas during 1953. Mimeogr. Ser. Ark. agric. Exp. Sta, 21, 9

Cotton fabric: A natural matrix suitable for controlled release systems. Enzyme and Microbial Technology 40(7, Sp. Iss. SI): 1646-1650

Cotton fertilizer tests in the El Paso area, 1943-51. Tex. Agric. Expt. Sta. Bull, 758: 14

Cotton flavonoid structural genes related to the pigmentation in brown fibers. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 358(1): 73-78

Cotton from Bikini. J. Hered, 41: 115-21

Cotton from the quality angle. Cotton from the quality angle, Volkart Brothers, Winterthur., 67

Cotton genetics. Year book of the Carnegie Institution of Washington,. 1946. 45, 186-90

Cotton growers and the textile industry. Agric. trop, 4: 12, 43-5

Cotton growing in Czechoslovakia. Part II. Pol'nohospodarstvo, 2: 302-13

Cotton growing in Egypt. Indian Cotton Growers Rev 1(4): 167-178

Cotton growing in Greece. Emp. Cott. Grow. Rev, 25: 29-34

Cotton growing in India. Indian Cotton Grow Rev 1(1): 1-9

Cotton growing in Pakistan. Cot. Fib. Trop, 4: 121-32

Cotton growing in Sind. Indian Cotton Grow Rev 1(3): 107-116

Cotton growing in the Sudan. Indian Cott. Grow. Rev, 2: 1-8

Cotton growing problems. Cotton growing problems, London; McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., vii + 633. Price: $9.70, bibl

Cotton growing problems in Sind. Third Conference on Cotton Growing Problems in India Indian Cent. Cott. Cttee., 189-97

Cotton growing research in eastern and southern Africa: its bearing on plans for increased African production.. African Regional Scientific Conference, Johannesburg, October 17 to October 28, (1949-50). II. Statements and communications, 1949. 167-68

Cotton hybrids obtained from several male parents. Eighth International Botanical Congress, Paris Accounts of meetings and reports and communications presented to the Congress in sections 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, 1954. 151-53

Cotton immaturity as measured by the arealometer. Proceedings of the 48th Annual Convention of the Association of Southern Agricultural Workers held at Memphis, Tennessee, February 5, 6, 7,. 163 p

Cotton improvement. Reunion de coordination e information tecnica sobre problemas agricolas en Presidencia Roque Saenz Pena (Chaco) (Hoy Pcia. Presidente Peron), Bol. Prod. Fom. Agric. B. Aires., 4: 31, 47-55

Cotton improvement in South Gujerat (Bombay Province). Indian Cott. Gr. Rev, 1: 19-21

Cotton improvement through interspecific hybridization. Indian Cotton Growing Rev 4(4): 185-198

Cotton improvement work in progress for the winter area in the southern districts of the Madras state. Proceedings of the First Scientific Workers Conference held in the Agricultural College and Research Institute, Coimbatore, on 2nd August, 1953. 22-28

Cotton in Algeria. Le cotonnier en Algerie, Bull. 171, 71

Cotton in Assam. Indian Cott. Gr. Rev, 7: 202-29

Cotton in Egypt. Indian Cotton Growers Rev 3(1): 1-18

Cotton in Egypt. New Biol, 14, 44-63

Cotton in Ethiopia and the Somalilands. Empire Cotton Growing Rev 26: 186-195

Cotton in French West Africa (Non-irrigated cultivation). Possibilities of production and the research programme contemplated by the IRCT. Cot. Fib. Trop, 5: 107-20

Cotton in French West Africa (dry culture). The possibilities of production and the research programme of the Institut de Recherches du Coton et des Textiles exotiques. Cot. Fib. trop, 5: 107-20. bibl. 2

Cotton in Greece. Cot. Fib. trop, 6: 141-50. bibl. 19

Cotton in Mexico. Cot. Fib trop, 6: 167-74

Cotton in Morocco. Cot. Fib. Trop, 2: 73-83

Cotton in Nyasaland. Emp. Cott. Grow. Rev, 23: 4-11

Cotton in Pern. Cot. Fib. trop, 6: 151-6

Cotton in Sicily. G. Agric. Domen. 60: 109-10

Cotton in Tanganyika during the past five years. Emp. Cott. Grow. Rev, 23: 12

Cotton in Turkey. Cot. Fib. trop, 1: 67-79

Cotton in the Belgian Congo. Cot. Fib. trop, 5: 1-34. bibl. 46

Cotton in the Belgian Congo. Cotton in the Belgian Congo, 2nd edn, 118. Price: 60 fr, bibl. 61

Cotton in the Philippines. Philipp. J. Agric, 14: 307-21

Cotton in the colony of Chad. Rev. Bot. Appl, 26: 300-04

Cotton insect control in North Carolina. Cotton insect control in North Carolina, Ext. Circ. 312, 7

Cotton insect control in North Carolina, 1950. Cotton insect control in North Carolina 1950. 11

Cotton jassid in the Punjab. Indian Farming 7(9): 407-410

Cotton meal as a potato fertilizer. Bragantia. 10: 329-33. bibl. 5

Cotton mechanization field studies. Agric. Engng, 30: 484

Cotton mechanization in California. Agric. Engng, St. Joseph, Mich, 31: 219-22

Cotton on nonirrigated and irrigated land in French West Africa. Rev. Bot. appl, 31: 319-20

Cotton phosphate fertilization. Calif. agric, 9: 1, 7; 15

Cotton planting. (ARIZONA Agricultural Experiment Station. Bull. 233.). Cotton planting, 17

Cotton production in Brazil. Emp. Cott. Gr. Rev, 27: 90-9

Cotton production in India. Foreign Agric. Rep. US Dep. Agric, 45: 28

Cotton production in Peru. Segundo Congreso Nac. Ingen. Agron. Sesion Mesa Redonda 24 Jul,

Cotton production in the Ubangi-Shari (French Equatorial Africa). The 1949-1950 harvest year and prospects of an increase. Cot. Fib. trop, 6: 115-24

Cotton production mechanized-a symposium. Agric. Engng, St. Joseph, Mich, 30: 484-98

Cotton production practices in the Limestone Valley areas of Alabama. Cotton production practices in the Limestone Valley areas of Alabama, Circ. 100, 32

Cotton production practices in the Upper Coastal Plain area of Alabama. Circ. Ala. Agric. Exp. Sta. 103, 31

Cotton production, marketing and utilization. Cotton production, marketing and utilization, W. B. Andrews, State College, Mississippi., 476. Price: $4.50

Cotton prospects of Bengal. Indian Cotton Grow Rev 1(1): 26-27

Cotton quality as influenced by lint coarseness. Bull. Okla. agric. Exp. Sta, B-442, 11

Cotton research in Madras. A retrospect. Madras Agric Jour 40(1): 24-27

Cotton research in Morocco from 1957 to 1950. (Records of agronomic research 4.). Serv. Rech. agron. Exp. agric., Rabat, 135-202 p

Cotton response to two substituted ureas and CIPC and their persistence and movement in soil. Proc. 8th Ann.Meet. Sth.Weed Conf, 294-304. bibl.1

Cotton responses to 2,4-D, 2,4,5-T, MCP and related growth regulators. Proc. 8th Ann.Meet.Sth.Weed Conf, 76-81. bibl. 1

Cotton root rot of various citrus rootstock seedlings. Proc. 7th Annu. Rio Grande Valley hort. Inst, 25-30. bibl. 9

Cotton seed treatment. South Carolina Agric. Expt Sta. 61st Annual Report for year ending June 30 1950. 34-5

Cotton seed treatment for controlling seedling diseases. Cotton Res Inst [Sindos Greece] Sci Bull 1: 1-32

Cotton seed, oil and cake. Indian Cott. Grow. Rev, 2: 167-77

Cotton seeds are capable of carrying Verticillium. Plant Dis Reporter 35(1): 11-12

Cotton selections and systems of irrigation. Anales del II Congreso Nacional de Ingenieros Agronomos, Julio 21-27 Lima, 177-80

Cotton thistle. N. Z. J. Agric, 78: 245-6

Cotton varieties and related studies 1936 through 1948. Cotton varieties and related studies through 1948, 1949. Bull. 211, 55. bibl. 54

Cotton varieties in the Yazoo-Mississippi Delta 1944-1946. Bull. Miss. Agric. Exp. Sta, 445, 13

Cotton variety tests 1947-49. Circ. Ga. Agric. Exp. Sta, 164, 8

Cotton variety tests 1950-1954. Okla. agric. Exp. Sta, Bull. B-454, 15

Cotton variety tests continue. Progr. Agric. Ariz, 5: 2, 12 p

Cotton variety tests in the El Paso valley, 1943-48. Bull. Tex. Agric. Exp. Sta, 719, 18

Cotton variety tests in the Yazoo-Mississippi Delta, 1943-45. Bull. Miss. Agric. Exp. Sta, 435, 12

Cotton variety tests in the Yazoo-Mississippi Delta, 1946-49. Bull. Miss. Agric. Exp. Sta, 476, 15

Cotton variety tests, 1950, with five-year averages 1946-50. Circ. Ga. Exp. Sta, 168, 11

Cotton wilt (V. albo-atrum) in relation to irrigation and cotton lines. Anales del II Congreso Nacional de Ingenieros Agronomos, Julio 21-27 Lima, 147-55

Cotton wilt damage in Tennessee. Plant Dis Reporter 38(4): 304-308

Cotton wilt in the Province of Sul do Save, Mozambique. Agronomia Lusitana. 4: 18 p

Cotton with naturally-coloured fibre. Agrobiologija (Agrobiology). 1, 107-22

Cotton-insect control with benzene hexachloride, alone or in mixture with DDT. Journal of Economic Entomology 40(3): 374-381

Cotton-insect problems. Fmg S. Afr, 25: 349-51

Cotton-leaf malformations induced by organic phosphate insecticides. Bot. Gaz, 112: 221-5. bibl. 9

Cotton-lucerne rotations for the Kur-Araksin lowland.. Zemledelie. 10, 33-38

Cotton-seed meal in the manuring of potatoes. Bragantia, 10: 11, 329-33; 333. bibl. 5

Cotton-the basis of Egypt's wealth. Bull. Egypt. Educ. Bur, 24, 10-7

Cottonstronger than steel. Sth. Seedsman. 9: 4, 15 p

Cottonseed and peanut meal glues: permanence of plywood glue joints as determined by interior and exterior accelerated cyclic service tests. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society, Chicago. 28: 6, 272-274

Cottonseed contents variation. Influence of variety and environment on oil content of cottonseed kernels. J. agric. fd Chem, 2: 13, 692-6. bibl. 16

Cottonseed food supplement. Nutritive value of bread and cookies containing cottonseed flour. J. Agric. Food Chem, 2: 138-140

Cottonseed hulls as food for farm animals. Sotzial. Zhiv, 13: 1, 11-14

COTTONSEED meal. Nutrition Reviews 9(9): 284-286

Cottonseed meal as a substitute for soybean oil meal in poultry rations. Poultry Sci 34(3): 547-553

Cottonseed meal extracts. Electrophoretic patterns of buffer extracts of different nutritive value. J. Agric. Food Chem, 1: 314-318

Cottonseed meal in poultry diets: A review. Journal of Poultry Science 44(2): 119-134

Cottonseed meal in rations for starting poults, growing turkeys and turkey breeder hens. Poultry Sci 34(2): 462-468

Cottonseed meal prepared by different methods for broiler rations. Poultry Sci 33(3): 528-532

Cottonseed meals, influence of processing on protein values. J. Agric. Food Chem, 1: 82-84

Cottonseed oils in purified and skim milk diets for calves. Jour Dairy Sci 32(7): 665-570

Cottonseed treatment for Oklahoma. Mimeo. Circ. Okla. agric. Exp. Sta, M-216: 3

Cottonseed treatment: its effect on seedling emergence, seedling survival, plant stands and yields. (UNITED STATES Department of Agriculture. Tech. Bull. 1025.). Cottonseed treatment: its effect on seedling emergence, seedling survival, plant stands and yields, 134

Cottonseed vs. cottonseed meal and corn as a protein source in a concentrate mixture for dairy cows. Jour Dairy Sci 36(12): 1308-1312

Cottonwood plantation technique. Rep. Sth. For. Exp. Sta. 1947. 14-15

Cottonwood planting. Rep. Sth. For. Exp. Sta. 1949. 7-9

Cottonwoods respond to selection cuts. Sth. For. Note Sth. For. Exp. Sta, 66, 2

Cottony Cushion Scale, Vedalia and DDT in central California. Calif. Citrogr, Los Angeles, Calif., 32: 9, 406-407

Cottony cushion scale. Agric, trop, Bogota., 7: 6, 43-5. bibl. 1

Cotyledonary inoculation, a method for screening spinach for blight resistance. Phytopath 45(11): 635

Cotyledons and evolution in the Taxodieae. (Bulletin de la Societe d'Histoire Naturelle de Toulouse 82, 1947). Trav. Lab. for. Toulouse. 1: 4, Art. 21, 10

Couch grass. Tidsskr. Planteavl, 53: 181-4

Couch grass control. Proc. 8th Mtg east. Sect. nat. Weed Cttee Ottawa, 1955. 116

Couch grass control with TCA. Paper read at 1st Nat. Weed Contr. Conf., Gt Britain, 5

Couch grass under control. Fmrs' Weekly, 43: 12, 83-85

Couch or twitch. Couch or twitch, 4

Cough and ventilatory adjustments evoked by aerosolised capsaicin and distilled water (fog) in man. Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology 156(3): 331-339

Cough throughout life: children, adults and the senile. Pulmonary Pharmacology & Therapeutics 20(4): 371-382

Cough, pain and dyspnoea: similarities and differences. Pulmonary Pharmacology & Therapeutics 20(4): 433-437

Could bone tissue be a target for luteinizing hormone/chorionic gonadotropin?. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 269(1-2): 99-106

Could dynamic attractors explain associative prosopagnosia?. Medical Hypotheses 68(6): 1399-1405

Could epigenetics play a role in the developmental origins of health and disease?. Pediatric Research 61(5 Pt 2): 68r-75r

Could heme-oxygenase-1 have a role in modulating the recipient immune response to embryonic stem cells?. Antioxidants & Redox Signaling 9(6): 751-756

Could preoperative rehabilitation modify postoperative outcomes after total hip and knee arthroplasty? Elaboration of French clinical practice guidelines. Annales de Readaptation et de Medecine Physique 50(3): 189-197

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