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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 13792

Chapter 13792 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Piezoelectric effect in wood.. Trud. Inst. Les, 9: 281-314

Pig breeding. Bol. Ganad, Bogota., 8: 13; 57; 58, 108

Pig breeding. 25th Rep. agric. Res. Inst, N. Ire., 23-25

Pig breeding and breeds in the western zones. Tierzuchter, 2: 312-319

Pig breeding and performance testing with special regard to results of Danish tests. Schweiz. landw. Mh, 33: 449-479

Pig breeding centres approved by the State during the period 1st September 1944 to 31st August 1945 under the control of the Breeding Centre Committee. De samvirkende danske Andelsslagterier. Kbenhavn : C. C. Peter sens Bogtrykkeri ?. 76

Pig breeding during 1946. Svenska Svinavelsforen. Tidskr, 1, 2-9

Pig breeding in Belgium. Ann. Gembl. 47/52: 32-39

Pig breeding in Friuli. Riv. Zootec, 24: 278-279

Pig breeding in Hawaii. Svenska Svinavelsforen. Tidskr, 11, 173-179

Pig breeding in New Zealand. Proc. N. Z. Soc. Anim. Prod., 6th Ann. Conf, 49-53

Pig breeding in Spain : the Iberian type of pig in Badajoz Province. Zootechnia. 1: 4, 43-51

Pig breeding in the Colony. Bull, agric. Congo belge. 42: 1007-1032

Pig breeding in the Federal Republic. Importance - production - organisation. ArbGemeinsch. dtsch. Schweinezuchter, 3, 104

Pig breeding in the Gape Verde peninsula (Dakar). Bull. Serv. Elev. Industr. anim. Afr. occid. franc, N.S., 1: 2/3, 31-46

Pig breeding in the Ivory Coast. Improvement extension-future. Bull. Serv. Elev. Industr. anim. Afr. occid. franc, N.S., 1: 1, 50-62

Pig breeding in the Malar district. Svinaveln i Malardistriktet, 264-283

Pig breeding in the State of Sao Paulo. Bol. Minist. Agric. [Bio de J

Pig breeding problems in U.S.S.R. Pig Breed. Gaz, 53, 69, 64

Pig breeding, Brazil. Biol. Minist. Agric, Rio de J., Jan./Mar., publ. 86

Pig breeding, Germany. Dtsch. TierzHefte. Aug. 44-45

Pig breeding. Pig fattening, sty and pasture management. Stuttgart (presently at Ludwigsburg): Eugen Ulmer, 5th ed., 209. Price: DM. 7. 00; Bound: DM. 8.30

Pig breeding. What records for thirteen years at the State Pig Breeding Station show. Norsk Landbr, 16: 192

Pig breeds and their possibilities. Fmg S. Afr, 28: 371-373; 381

Pig breeds in the Federal Republic. Tierzuchter. 4: 86-88

Pig carcass appraisal. A new service to the Victorian pig industry. J. Dept. Agric. Victoria. 45: 354-359

Pig carcass judging, New Zealand. N. Z. J. Agric, 425-430

Pig census 21st April 1952. Svenska Svinavelsforen. Tidskr. 8, 129-144

Pig census llth October 1954. Svenska Svinavelsforen. Tidskr, 1, 9-16

Pig crop report, December 1953. Pig crop report, December, Canberra, A. C. T.: Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Department of Commerce and Agriculture., 16

Pig crop report, December 1954. Pig crop report, December, Canberra, A. C. T. : Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Department of Commerce and Agriculture., 10

Pig crop report, June 1954. Pig crop report, June, Canberra, A. C. T: Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Department of Commerce and Agriculture, 16

Pig diseases and their control. Journal of the Department of Agriculture, South Australia., 49: 8, 330-334

Pig farming during 1951. Svenska Svinavelsforen. Tidskr, 1, 2-6

Pig fattening and chick rearing with vitamin BI2 preparations. Arch. TierernaJinmg. 4: Beihefte, 4, 182-213

Pig fattening experiment with six different breeds on a low protein diet. Tierzucht. 6: Suppl. to 3, 15

Pig fattening experiments with Aurofac 2A and a cereal and skimmed milk diet. Bodenkultur. 8: 320-326

Pig fattening experiments with Pantomehl. Zuchtungskunde. 26: 297-302

Pig feeding experiment with a preparation of brewer's yeast. Ztschr. Tierernahrung Futtermittelk, 10: 252-255

Pig feeding experiments with Wal-Sol and skimmed milk as sources of animal protein. Bodenkultur. 8: 39-42

Pig feeding experiments with an extract of sewage sludge. Arch. Tierernahrung. 4: Beihefte, 4, 83-86

Pig feeding trials on skimmed milk. N. Z. F. Agric, 81: 4, 336

Pig feeding trials. The relative value and economy of animal, plant, and a mixture of animal and plant protein feeds in the ration of fattening porkers in Fiji. Fiji Agric. J, 25: 65-70

Pig feeding. (Minist. Agric. and Fish. Advisory Leaflet No. 104.). Pig feeding, H.M.S.O., London., 8. Price: 2d. net

Pig housing in relation to health and economy. Vet. Rec, 65: 722-736

Pig husbandry in the British Colonies. Brit. agric. Bull, 2: 377-382

Pig improvement in Austria. Rev. Elev. Prod. Anim. franc, 10: 103-106

Pig improvement in Germany. Rev. Elev. Prod. Anim. franq, 10: 97-102

Pig improvement in the Netherlands. Rev. Elev. Prod. Anim. franc, 10: 109-112

Pig improvement in the settlement of Penang. Malayan Agric Jour 33(3): 155-157

Pig performance tests and their results. Dissertation, Landw. Hochsch, Hohenheim., 24: 22-51

Pig production. Pig production, London: Whitcombe & Tombs, Ltd., 166. Price: 10s. 6d,

Pig production for export. Przegl. hodowl, 15: 234-239

Pig production in the Department of La Creuse. These Doct. Vet., Foc. Mixt. Med. Pharm, Toulouse., 45

Pig production in the Lowlands of Scotland. Pig Breed. Gaz, 63, 49, 53, 55, 57, 59

Pig production. Breeding and management. Pig production. Breeding and management, Christchurch, Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, Lower Hutt, Timaru,' Dunedin, Invercargill, N. Z., London, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth : Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd., 166. Price: 10s. 6d,

Pig raising and breeding in the tropics. Fm & For, 7: 51-53

Pig raising as an adjunct to dairy farming. J. Dep. Agric. W. Aust, 28: 395-430

Pig recording. N.Z. J. Agric, 73: 9-14

Pig recording. Agriculture. Lond., 61: 365-368

Pig recording 1951. 29th annual report. Kgl. Lantbrukshogsk. Statens Husdjursforsok Medd. No. 52. 61

Pig recording, 1945. Lantbrukshogsk. Husdjursforsoksanst. Rep, 25, 78

Pig testing. Przegl. hodowl, 22: 6, 42-48

Pig testing 1944. 22nd year's work. Mead. LantbrHogsk. Husdjursforsoksanst, Norrtalje, 22, 53

Pig testing 1945.23rd year's work. Medd. LantbrHogsk. Husdjursforsoksanst, Norrtalje, 25, 78

Pig testing 1946. 24th year's work. Medd. Lantbr Hogsk. Husdjursforsoksanst, Norrtalje, 28, 61

Pig testing 1947. 25th year's work. Medd. Lantbr Hogsk. Husdjursforsoksanst, Norrtalje, 35, 57

Pig testing 1948. 26th year's work. Medd. Husdjursforsok LantbrHogsk. LantbrForsdk. 41: 55

Pig testing 1949. 27th year's work. Medd. Husdjursforsok LantbrHogsk. LantbrForsok. 46, 58

Pig testing 1950. 28th year. Kgl. Lantbrukshdgsk. Stat. Hitftdjvrsforfidk Medd, 48, 62

Pig testing 1951. 29th year's work. Medd. Husdjursforsok LantbrHogsk. Lantbr-Forsok. 52, 61

Pig testing, 1947. (Lantbrukshogsk. Husdjursforsoksanst. Medd. No. 35.). Svinstamkontrollen, Lantbrukshogsk. Husdjursforsoksanst., 57

Pig with tassels. Hemera zoa. 62: 315-316

Pig-breeding research. Fmrs' Wkly. Jan 16th. 26

Pig-feeding trials at Wye with fodder beet. Interim report. Agriculture, J. Minist. Agric. Engl, 56: 364-369

Pig-meat production must not decline. Risk of losing good will on home market. N.Z. J. Agric, 74: 293; 295; 297

Pig-raising in Australia. Pig-raising in Australia, Sydney and London : Angus & Robertson, viii + 149. Price: 35s,

Pig-rearing in the Charente region: use of dairy by-products in feeding. Ecole nationale veterinaire d'Alfort: Thesis, 63

Pigeon towers and pigeon guano in Iran. World Crops. 7: 102-104

Pigeons and sparrows and the spread of Newcastle disease.. Acta vet, Belgrade., 1: 168-171

Pigeons as a source of infection of human beings with psittacosis . Mh. Tierheilk, 7: 120-124

Pigeons combine compass and landmark guidance in familiar route navigation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104(18): 7471-7476

Piggery wastewater treatment in a tropical climate: biological and chemical treatment options. Environmental Technology 28(3): 329-337

Piglet feeding device. U.S. Pat, 2,698,004,

Piglet mortality on farms using farrowing systems with or without crates. Animal Welfare 16(2, Sp. Iss. SI): 277-279

Pigling mortality. Tierarztl. Umsch, 2: 243

Pigling- mortality in Donaumoos with reference to conditions of heredity and hygiene. Vet. -Dissertation, Munich. From abstract in Mh. VetMed, 8: 559

Piglings with a birth weight of less than one kilogram. Izv. Inst. Zivotn, Sofija, 6: 33-57

Pigment changes and catatase activity in mandarins during ripening in natural light conditions and in darkness. Phyton. 3: 1, 23-34. bibl. 22

Pigment epithelium-derived factor inhibits neointimal hyperplasia after vascular injury by blocking NADPH oxidase-mediated reactive oxygen species generation. American Journal of Pathology 170(6): 2159-2170

Pigment glands of cottonseed. III. Distribution and some properties of cottonseed pigments. Bot Gaz 109(2): 108-120

Pigment in try-panosomiasis of cattle. Trans. R. Soc. trop. Med. Hyg, 46: 462-463

Pigment Production and Antibiotic Activity in Cultures of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Journal of Bacteriology 54(2): 109-117

Pigment production by Pfeifferella whitmori. Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 83: 822-825

Pigmentation and depigmentation of the oral mucosae in cattle of the Marche breed. Riv. Zootec, 26: 289-291

Pigmentation and hair growth in black rats, as modified by the chronic administration of thiourea, phenyl thiourea and alphanaphthyl thiourea. Endocrinology 40(3): 123-136

Pigmentation in the lymph nodes of cattle. Acta anat, 14: 365-382

Pigmentation loss as related to fecundity in White Leghorns. Poult. Sci, 27: 679

Pigmentation of the tongue. East African Med. J, 25: 245-250

Pigmentation oflymph nodes in cattle. Acta anat, 14: 365-382

Pigments and antibiotic substances from fungi and bacteria. Exposes ann. Biochim. med, 6: 225-280

Pigments in the Sanguigno orange. Ann. Staz. sper. Frutt. Agrum. Acireale, 17: 1-11. bibl. 17

Pigments of blood and bile. Lancet 2(6683): 551-556

Pigs. Pigs, London: Farmer & Stock-Breeder Ltd. (E. & F, N. Spon Ltd.), 208. Price: 16s

Pigs. Ganado porcino, Barcelona, Madrid, Buenos Aires, Mexico, Caracas and Rio de Janeiro : Salvat Editores, S. A., 1st ed, xvi + 400

Pigs and pig production. Veterinary Record 62(29): 417-421

Pigs and poultry in Northern Ireland. J. Minist. Agric, 54: 260-263

Pigs for profit. Pigs for profit, Worcester : Littlebury & Co. Ltd., Worcester Press, 63. Price: 6s

Pigs from cave to corn belt. Pigs from cave to corn belt, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press., xiii+305. Price: $4. 00

Pigs have decreased by one percent. The pig census of 12th October 1953. Lantmannen, Stockh., 38: 40

Pigs on the farm. J. R. Agric. Soc. Engl. 110: 51-67

Pigs, their breeding, feeding and management. Pigs, their breeding, feeding and management, London: Crosby Lockwood & Son, Ltd., 222. Price: 12s. 6d,

Pigs. Their breeding, feeding and management. Pigs. Their breeding, feeding and management, London : Crosby Lochwood & Son, Ltd., 3rd rev. ed, 252. Price: 15s,

Pigs: their breeding, feeding and management. Pigs: their breeding, feeding and management, Crosby Lockwood and Son, Ltd., 39 Thurloe St., London, S.W.7, 228. Price: 18s,

Pijawki (Hirudinea) stacji pomp rzecznych oraz stacji filtrow w Warszawie. Fragmenta Faunistica Musei Zoologici Polonici, 6: 10, 169

PilZ domain proteins bind cyclic diguanylate and regulate diverse processes in Vibrio cholerae. Journal of Biological Chemistry 282(17): 12860-12870

Pilgrim Ladino clover adapted in Northeast; seed is being increased. What's New Crops Soils, 6: 2, 21 p

Piling and its effect on drying in natural circulation kilns. For. Prod. Pap. Ntheast For. Exp. Sta, 2., 10

Pilocarpine-loaded chitosan-PAA nanosuspension for ophthalmic delivery. Journal of Biomaterials Science. Polymer Edition 18(2): 205-221

Piloerection induced by replacing fluvoxamine with milnacipran. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 63(6): 665-671

Pilostyles stawiarskii, a parasite of Mimosa bracaatinga.. An. bras. Econ. flor., Inst. nac. Pinho, 6, 283-286

Pilot brewing evaluations of barleys grown in 1953. Report of the Barley Improvement Conference held at Schroeder Hotel, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Monday, January 24 1955. 50-54

Pilot brewing evaluations of some barley selections. Report of Barley Improvement Conference, Hotel Gardner and North Dakota Agricultural College, Fargo, North Dakota, February 11-12 1954. 69-82

Pilot brewing tests on commercial and laboratory malted barley. Report of Barley Improvement Conference, Hotel Nicollet, Minneapolis, Minnesota, January 29 1953. 32-38

Pilot metabolism and respiratory activity during varied flight tasks. Journal of Applied Physiology 1(1): 35-44

Pilot plant equipment for submerged production of penicillin. Industr. Engng Chem, 38: 7, 666-671

Pilot plant experiments on the refrigerated gas-storage of Gros Michel bananas. Trop Agric [Trinidad] 29(7/12): 150-155

Pilot plant testing of wheat. Report of the Sixth Hard Red Winter Wheat Improvement Conference, U.S. Dep. Agric., Agric. Res. Admin., Bur. Pl. Ind., Soils Agric. Engineering, Agric. Res. Sta. Lincoln, Neb., 42-43

Pilot ranching scheme of the Mkata Plains. Department of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, Annual Report for, Dar es Salaam, 37-40

Pilot scale manufacture of hecogenin from sisal waste. East African Agric Jour 18(1): 21-23

Pilot study of simplified low-dose S-1 plus CPT-11 as first-line chemotherapy for patients with advanced colorectal cancer. Anticancer Research 27(3b): 1657-1661

Pilot study on the effects of seismic air gun noise on lobster (Homarus americarius). Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2712: III-46

Pilot-plant studies on the processing of some important tropical fruits and their economic feasibility. S. Indian Hort, 3: 10-15. bibl. 4

Pilot-scale production of 1,3-propanediol using Klebsiella pneumoniae. Process Biochemistry 42(4): 740-744

Pim kinase substrate identification and specificity. Journal of Biochemistry 141(3): 353-362

Pima S-1 cotton. Progr. Agric. Ariz, 5: 2, 6; 10

Pimiento production in Georgia. Ga. Agric. Expt. Sta. Bull, 259: 32

Pimiento production in Georgia. Bull. Ga Exp. Stat, 277: bibl. 12

Pin-hole borer attack on living Meranti trees. Malay. Forester. 12: 2, 73-6

Pin-hole borers in deciduous fruit trees. Queensland Agric Jour 63(5): 282-283

Pin1 interacts with a specific serine-proline motif of hepatitis B virus X-protein to enhance hepatocarcinogenesis. Gastroenterology 132(3): 1088-1103

Pinching levels growth, aids uniformity in development of sprays on pompon mums. Florists Exchange 117(8): 10, 42

Pine (cobalt deficiency) in lambs. Vet. Rec, 87: 59-60

Pine afforestation and stream health: a comparison of land-use in two soft rock catchments, East Cape, New Zealand. New Zealand Natural Sciences 31: 113-135

Pine and Broom.. Rev. for. franc, 10, 578-84

Pine bark aphid (Pineus strobi Htg.). Bi-m. Progr. Rep. For. Insect Invest. Dep. Agric. Can, 5: 2, 2

Pine bark as a source of tannin. Journal of the American Leather Chemists Association, Easton, Pa, 44: 7, 504-11

Pine bark beetles of Central Mexico. Unasylva. 5: 4, 158-65

Pine bark-beetles of the Tuscan coast.. Bollettino dell'Istituto di Entomologia della Universita di Bologna. 15: 297-314

Pine bud mite in the Maritime Provinces. Bi-m. Progr. Rep. Div. For. Biol. Dep. Agric. Can, 11: 4, 1

Pine cultivation trials on the Huila plateau.. Agron. angol, 3, 111-9

Pine establishment: a further report on a study from 1932 to 1945 of initial survival in plantations of Cluster Pine (Pinus pinaster) in Western Australian coastal plantations. Bull. For. Dep. W. Aust, 53A, 20

Pine forests of British Honduras. Emp. For. Rev, 29: 3, 219-26

Pine forests of the Bahamas. Empire Forest Rev 28(1): 33-37

Pine grafting: a preliminary report. Tech. Note Tenn. Vall. Auth, 18, 5

Pine growth doubled by improvement cutting. Paper Tr. J, 131: 3, 34

Pine hybrids being tested in the Southeast. J. For, 49: 3, 191

Pine killing by the root fungus, Fomes annosus, in California. Jour Forest 44(1): 47-54

Pine log grades and lumber recovery. Southern Lumberman 173(2177): 168-169

Pine mouse control. Amer. Fruit Gr, 74: 11, 10

Pine needle cast-lophodermiosis of forest Scots Pine-and its control. Lesn. Knihovna (mold Rada). 44, 49. Price: Kcs. 3.45,

Pine on poor heathlands.. Svenska SkogsvForen. Tidskr, 47: 3, 147-66

Pine on the Lower Dnieper sands.. Lesn. Hoz, 3: 8, 46

Pine or hardwoods. A comparison of the growth rates of Loblolly and Virginia Pines and upland hardwoods in the Piedmont of North Carolina. Sth. Lumberm, 188: 2355, 32-34

Pine planting operation of A. P. M. Forests Pty. Ltd. Aust. For, 17: 2, 37-42

Pine planting stock for areas of low rainfall. Rep. S. Rhod. For. Comm. 56. 1955. 9

Pine planting tests in the Copper Basin. Jour Tennessee Acad Sci 25(3): 198-217

Pine pollen collection dates - annual and geographic variation. For. Res. Note Calif. For. Range Exp. Sta, 85, 9

Pine provenances and single-tree sowings in the Kaltenbronn Experimental Plot, Black Forest. Zuchter, 24: 167-74

Pine pulpwood production: a study of hand and power methods. Tech. Note Stheast. For. Exp. Sta, 66, 20

Pine regeneration problems in East Texas: a project analysis. Occ. Pap. Sth. For. Exp. Sta, 144, 72 + ii

Pine root reaction in sterile culture to mycorrhizal and other fungi. Amer. Midl. Nat, 54: 2, 443-51

Pine root-collar weevil in Manitoba. Bi-m. Progr. Rep. Div. For. Biol. Dep. Agric. Can, 11: 4, 1-2

Pine sawfly. Rep. Sth. For. Exp. Sta. 1949?. 29

Pine seed production and collection in the south-east of south Australia. Aust. For, 14: 1, 30-8

Pine seedling root disease controlled. Rep. U.S. Bur. Pl. Ind. 50. 1950. 84

Pine stands in south-western Wisconsin. Transactions, Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, Madison. 40: 2, 243-57

Pine thinning studies. Rep. Tenn. Vall. Auth, 13

Pine tip moth and its control in Oklahoma. J. For, 45: 2, 127-8

Pine tissue cultures. Physiol. Plant., Copenhagen. 5: 1, 34-6

Pine-wood resin of increased melting point. U.S. Patent. 2,417,180, Mar. 11th, 1947,

Pinealectomy in G. domesticus L. C. R. Acad. Sci, Paris, 235: 498-500

Pinealectomy vs. pineal injection in the young cockerel. Endocrinology 51(2): 152-154

Pineapple Diseases and Pests in Mexico. FAO Plant Prot. Bull, Rome, 1: 2, 21-25

Pineapple Scale Investigations. Qd J. agric. Sci, Brisbane, 12: 3, 81-94

Pineapple breeding in the Philippines, 1922-41. Philipp. J. Agric, 16: 51-84. bibl. 35

Pineapple culture. Bol. tec, Colombia, 1: 4, 1-21

Pineapple culture in Assam. Indian Fmg, 8: 187-90. bibl. 1

Pineapple culture in Queensland. Queensland Agric Jour 67(2): 78-100

Pineapple dis-eases. Fruits d'outremer, 4: 327-31. bibl. 13

Pineapple disease in the Mackay district. Cane Growers Quart Bull 15(3): 92-95

Pineapple diseases caused by Thielaviopsis (Ceratostomella) paradoxa. Fruits d'Outre-Mer, 2: 213-18. bibl. 45

Pineapple growing. J. Jamaica agric. Soc, 50: 169-77

Pineapple growing in Hawaii. Fruits d'Outre Mer, 5: 124-33

Pineapple growing in the Lower Belgian Congo. Fruits d'outre mer, 3: 219-24

Pineapple growing. A means of diversification of sub-tropical fruit culture. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, 57: 235-238; 302-305; 364-367

Pineapple possibilities in the Leeward Islands. Mon. Inf. Bull. Caribb. Comm, 4: 535-7

Pineapple production in Guinea from the aspect of their exportation fresh. Fruits d'outre mer. 8: 8, 363-392

Pineapple production in South Africa (with special reference to the eastern Transvaal). Bull. Dep. Agric. S. Afr, 339, 28

Pineapple production in South Africa. Planting systems and preparation of soil. Fmg S. Afr, 29: 201-205; 212

Pineapple propagation. East African Agric Jour 17(4): 179-182

Pineapple soft rot. Biologico. 12: 3, 70-71

Pineapple transport by the U.A.T. Fruits d'Outre Mer, 10: 447

Pineapple wilt and mealybug control. A.R.Ceylon Dir. Agric., 1955. 53 p

Pineapples. A.R. Kenya Dep. Agric., 1955. 2: 108-13

Pineapples in northeast Brazil. Agric. Amer, 6: 195-8

Pineapples, machinery, and erosion in Hawaii. Soil Conserv, 17: 64-67

Pines in Turkey and their distribution.. Istanbul univ. Orm. Fak. Derg, 4A: 1/2, 44-64

Pines underplanted with tea. Annual report of the Forest Department, Mauritius Govt. Printer,Port Louis, Mauritius: 1946. 6

Pines. (A botanical conspectus of the genus Pinus).. Montes, Madrid. 3: 18, 529-40

Pinitol from Sugar Pine stump wood. Industr. Engng. Chem, 45: 3, 593-6

Pinitol in conifers and quebrachitol in Aceraceae: their presence in some other families.. C.R. Acad. Sci., Paris. 236: 3, 317-9

Pink Bollworm, Platyedra gossypiella (Saund.), as a Pest of Cotton at Zeldab, northern Sudan. Bull. ent. Res, London, 42: pt. 1, 157-167

Pink bud spray for control of red spider . Grower, 43: 1253-5

Pink disease. Indian J. Pediat, 13: 121-123

Pink disease. Quart. Circ. Rubb. Res. Inst. Ceylon. 30: 2, 47-50

Pink disease on rubber. Rev. Agric. Sao Paulo, 22: 157-60. bibl. 10

Pink disease, or infantile acrodynia: its nature, prevention and cure. Med. J. Austral, 1: 107-120

Pink disease; a review of 27 cases. Edinburgh Medical Journal 57(4): 162-170

Pink disease: an investigation of its cause and treatment. (Preliminary report.). Med. J. Austral, 1: 101-107

Pink ear rot of Maize. Mycol.Circ. Dep. Agric. Tanganyika 28: 5

Pink root of Shallot, Allium ascalonicum. Plant Dis. Reptr. 37: 11, 533-537

Pink rot of Potato found in New York State. Plant Dis. Reptr, 35: 1, 55

Pinna nobilis L., 1758 age determination by internal shell register. Marine Biology (Berlin) 151(3): 1077-1085

Pintail, a dominant mutation linked with brown in the house mouse. J. Hered, 42: 179-182

Pinto bean breeding investigations in New Mexico. Bull. N. Mex. Agrie. Exp. Sta, 354, 16

Pinto leaf, a transmissible disease of cherry. Phytopath 37(1): 64-66

Pintos 5 and 14. Sth. Seedsman. 9: 8, 14, 50, 54

Pintos 5 and 14. New rust-resistant Beans for dryland areas of the west. Sth. Seedsm, 9: 8, 15, 50, 54

Pinus : a contribution of turpentine chemistry to dendrology and forest genetics. J. For, 44: 13-16

Pinus : the fertile species hybrid between knobcone and Monterey pines. Madrono. 8: 157-60

Pinus alkaloids. The alkaloids of P. sabiniana Dougl. and related species. Jour Amer Chem Soc 77(23): 6361-6364

Pinus bungeana. Amer. Nurserym, 102: 3, 20

Pinus caribaea in Trinidad. Rep. For. Dep. Trin. Tob. 1947. 8

Pinus caribaea in the hills of Trinidad, Cuba.. Carib. For, 8: 2, 125-34

Pinus caribaea killed by drought. Rep. For. Dep. S. Rhod. 1951. 12

Pinus cembra.. Gozd. Vestn, 5: 4/5, 85-96

Pinus contorta as a forest tree in Ireland. Irish For, 9: 1, 28-33

Pinus eldarica and its resistance to insect pests.. Priroda, Moskva. 36: 9, 974-6

Pinus excelsa.. Bull. Soc. for. Belg, 62: 10, 444-6

Pinus halepensis stands.. Pinete di pino d'Aleppo, Accademia italiana di Scienze forestali,Firenze, Italy: 20

Pinus insignis. Pap. ja Puu. 37: 4a, 140.149

Pinus mugo flowering in its primary stage.. Naturwissenschaften. 38: 16, 381-2

Pinus mugo var. erecta in Switzerland.. Schweiz. Beitr. Dendrol, 3, 9-13

Pinus nigra and Populus canescens for windbreaks.. Holzzucht, Reinbek. 9: 3/4, 25-6

Pinus pinaster.. Rev. Bois Appl, 7: 4, 3-7

Pinus pinea cones from Acquaviva (Teramo) that ripen in one year.. Ital. for. mont, 6: 1, 42

Pinus radiata and associated species in the granite belt. Aust. For, 18: 1, 15-20

Pinus rigida Miller in Quebec. Rhodora 57(682): 299

Pinus sibirica for shelter-belts.. Lesn. Hoz, 3: 9, 83-4

Pinus sibirica in the Scots Pine forests of Siberia.. Bot. Z, 36: 4, 398-399

Pinus strobus for afforestation of denuded areas, particularly in regions where late frosts occur.. Forstwiss. Cbl, 73: 5/6, 166-75

Pinus sylvestris in Bulgaria.. Gorsko Stopanstvo. 10: 6, 257-62

Pinus sylvestris in the evolution of forest stands.. Rev. for. franc, 2, 90-4

Pinus sylvestris var. annulata, and P. sylvestris f. plana.. Roczn. dendrol. polsk. Tow. bot., Warsz, 10: 253-60

Pinus sylvestris. f. condensata, the 'Broom Pine'.. Svenska SkogsvForen. Tidskr, 44: 4, 329-43

Pinus virginiana in the forest primeval of five southern Indiana counties. Butler Univ Bot Stud 10(1/10): 80-89

Pinus virginiana invasion influences soils and arbuscular mycorrhizae of a serpentine grassland. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 134(1): 63-73

Pinus: propagation of experimental stock. For. Res. Notes Calif. For. Range Exp. Sta, 56, 8

Pinworm (E. vermicularis) and other intestinal parasites in Costa Rican children. Journal of Parasitology, 32: 3, 233-236

Pinworm infection (enterobiasis) in children; a comparative study of four oxyuricides. A.M.A. American Journal of Diseases of Children 86(5): 592-600

Pinworms and oxytetracycline; some of the symptoms before treatment. Antibiotic Medicine & Clinical Therapy 1(5): 280-282

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Pirovana hybrids in the isle of Rhodes: observations and remarks for the year 1949. Ann. Sper. agrar, 4: 975-1005

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Placenta growth factor not vascular endothelial growth factor A or C can predict the early recurrence after radical resection of hepatocellular carcinoma. Cancer Letters 250(2): 237-249

Placenta-derived multipotent stem cells induced to differentiate into insulin-positive cells. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 357(2): 414-420

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Placing fertilizer for efficient production of small grains. Proc. nat. Comm. Fert. Appl. 1954. 59-62

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Plague in akcakale. Turk. Bull. Hyg. exp. Biol, Ankara, 7: 3, 31-46

PLAGUE infection reported in the United States in 1947. Public Health Reports 63(34): 1102-1105

Plague of giant snails. The Times, Nov. 16. 50610, 4 p

Plague-infected Fleas in Bales of Jute Bags imported into Peru from India. Bol. Ofic. sanit. panamer, Washington, D.C., 26: 3, 225-228

Plains cotton gains favor with quality, adaptability. Sth. Seedsman. 14: 3, 72 p

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Plankton rotifers from a tropical lake: differences in distribution and migration patterns in two mixing events, with similar abiotic conditions. Hidrobiologica 17(1): 1-10

Planktonic foraminifera at the paleocene/eocene boundary in the Jaisahner Basin, Rajasthan, India. Micropaleontology (New York) 52(6): 521-536

Planned climate improvement by landscape treatment.. Tijdschrift der Nederlandsche Heidemaatschappij, Arnhem. 60: 3, 72-80

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Planned thinning in a stand can pay a double profit. Maine Farm Research, Orono, Maine. 2: 3, 6-8

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Planning for peace-time cultivation of bread grain, and the demands on plant breeding occasioned by it. Svensk Jordbr Forsk. Arsbok, 64-68

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Planning for soil conservation. Soil Conservation. 9: 154-160

Planning for sowing of forest seed in nurseries and at site.. Sum. List. 74: 9/10, 341-6

Planning for sustained yield operations. Jour Forest 51(10): 720-725

Planning heliport site. Fire Control Notes, 12: 4, 1-8

Planning low-sodium meals: a community project. New England Journal of Medicine 246(20): 771-774

Planning of forest and field shelterbelts in Bulgaria.. Erdo. 3: 6, 199-201

Planning operations on a mixed cropping farm. N. Z. J. Agric, 72: 37-47

Planning the control of sleeping sickness; a sequel. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 46(4): 437-448

Planning the conversion of stands. Schweiz. Z. Forstw, 98: 10/11, 372-89

Planning the countryside. First report. Planning the countryside. First report, Bombay: Hind Kitabs., Price: 14s. Rs. 7-8,

Planning the development of Swedish agriculture with special reference to natural conditions and crops. Kgl. Lantbruksakad. Tidskr, 85: 241-252

Planning the development of Swedish agriculture with special reference to natural conditions and cultivation material. Lantbruksveckan. 90-101

Planning the high protein diet. J. Clin. Nutrit, 1: 397-402

Planning the management of Crown forests for timber production. B.C. Lumberm, 30: 7, 50, 57-8, 62, 74

Planning the milking and feeding of highly productive cows. Sovetsk. Zootekhn, 5: 4, 79-89

Planning to install a sprinkler system ?. Yearb. Calif. Avocado Soc. for, 1949. 96-100

Planning water disposal for minimum maintenance. Agric. Engng, 32: 37-38

Planorbidae records of the Netherlands Antilles. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 29(2): 259-261

Planorbideos no municipio de Campinas. Revista do Instituto Adolfo Lutz, Sao Paulo., 15: 1, 168-172

Planorbis choanomphalus du lac Albert est transmetteur de Schistosoma mansoni. Armales de la Societe Beige de Medecine Tropicale, 29: 4, 491-494

Planorbis metidjensis Forbes= Planorbis cormus metidjensis Forbes=Planorbis dufouri Graelis: hote intermediate experimental de Schistosoma mansoni. Bulletin de la Societe de Pathologic Exotique, 48: 3, 344-346

Planorbis stanleyi du Lac Kivu est transmetteur de Schistosoma mansoni. Annales de la Societe Belge de Medecine Tropicale, 30: 3, 565-568

Planorbis tanganikanus (Planorbis tanganyicensis) du lac Tanganika est transmetteur de Schistosoma mansoni. Annales de la Societe Beige de Medecine Tropicale, 32: 6, 665-671

Plans and progress with reference to triploid sugar beet. Nat. Inst. Genet, and Kihara Inst. Biol. Res, Tokyo, 14, 1-2

Plans for Egyptian agriculture. J. Anglo-Egypt. Chamber Comm, 10: 4, 7-10

Plans for combination milk house and milking barn. Tandem arrangement, elevated-platform milking, three-stall type. Mo agric. Ext. Serv, 17-723-Cl, 4

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Plans for different world maps on the scale 1/1,000,000. The ecological map showing vegetal cover. Ann. agron, Paris, 8-101. bibl. 17

Plans for future investigations. Report of the Wheat Stem Rust Conference at University Farm St. Paul, Minnesota November 17-18, 1950. 45-47; 50-52

Plans for genetic increases in productivity of Indian cattle. Allahabad Fmr, 26: 183

Plans for quality control of AIV-silage in Finland. Karjataloudesta, 5: 10, 287-99

Plans for raising agricultural produce in southern Moravia. Zem. Pokrok, 16: 3-5

Plans for regional testing of quality in wheat. Report of the Sixth Hard Red Winter Wheat Improvement Conference, U.S. Dep. Agric., Agric. Res. Admin., Bur. Pl. Ind., Soils Agric. Engineering, Agric. Res. Sta. Lincoln, Neb., 43-44

Plans for renewed control of contagious abortion in cattle. Dtsch. tierarzetl. Wschr, 54: 247-250

Plans for research on the effect of subsoiling and subsoil fertilization on sugar cane fields. Sugar J, 14: 3, 36, 39, 42-3. bibl. 7

Plans for the restoration of the Landes forests.. C.R. Acad. Agric. France. 36: 14, 599-605

Plans in regard to animal morbidity and mortality reporting. Proc. 58th Ann. Meet. Stk sanit. Ass. Omaha, 281-285

Plant mules can become fertile. Humus. 6: 3, 3-6

Plant Breeder's Decree 1941. The legal status of the plant breeder and the trade in propagation material in the Netherlands. Plant Breeder's Decree The legal status of the plant breeder and the trade in propagation material in the Netherlands, 1946. 18

Plant Breeding Day for all held by the IVT. Fruitteelt. 41: 190-91

Plant Breeding Division. The Research and Experimental Record of the Ministry of Agriculture, Northern Ireland 53, 1955. 202-07

Plant Breeding Institute: Historical review, 1912-1948. Mem. Univ. Camb. Sch. Agric, 20, 5-10

Plant Breeding Station attached to the Chair of Agriculture of the National School of Agriculture at Rennes. National Institute of Agricultural Research. Annual Report, 1952. 116-21

Plant Breeding Station, Clermont-Ferrand. National Institute of Agricultural Research. Annual Report, 1952. 107-11

Plant Breeding Station, Colmar. National Institute of Agricultural Research. Annual Report, 1952. 115-16

Plant Breeding Station, Dijon. National Institute of Agricultural Research. Annual Report, 1952. 111-14

Plant Breeding Station, Gembloux. Rev. Agric, Brux, 6: 12, 1700-35

Plant Breeding Station, Lemberge. 1952. Rev. Agric., Brux, 6: 12, 1810-7

Plant Breeding Station, Montpellier. National Institute of Agricultural Research. Annual Report, 1952. 121-27

Plant Breeding Station, Rennes. National Institute of Agricultural Research. Annual Report, 1954. 98-100

Plant Breeding at the Arnold Arboretum. Arnoldia. 7: 9-12

Plant Disease Situation in the United States. FAO Plant Prot. Bull, Rome, 2: 2, 24-27

Plant Diseases. Rep. Colo. agric. Exp. Sta. 53. 1954?. 22-23

Plant Diseases and Insects in the United States. FAO Plant Prot. Bull, Rome, 1: 4, 56-57

Plant Diseases and Pests in Denmark 1948. Tidsskr. Planteavl, 54: 1-61

Plant Diseases and Pests in Denmark 1950 (-1951). Tidsskr. Planteavl. Copenhagen, 56: 1-59

Plant Diseases. Diseases of Dahlias. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, Iviii: 2, 90-92

Plant Hormones. X. Inversion of the tetralin nucleus.. Nippon Nogei-Kagaku Kaishi, 28: 784-8

Plant Improvement Station, Angola. Plan of work. Agron, Angolana, 1, 5-20

Plant Industry Station (Beltsville, Md.) and Chapman and Aroostock Farms (Presque Isle, Maine). US Dep. Agric, 4-11

Plant Industry Station (Beltsville, Md. and Chapman and Aroostook Farms (Presque Isle, Maine). (United States Department of Agriculture.). The National Potato-Breeding Program 22nd Ann. Rep. to Cooperators, Beltsville, Med, 1952. 5-15

Plant Introduction. Plant Introduction, Roma, 2: 5,

Plant Introduction, from Scientific Reports of the Indian Agricultural Research Institute,New Delhi, for the year 1947-8. Plant Introduction, from Scientific Reports of the Indian Agricultural Research Institute,New Delhi, for the year 8, 1951. 85-6

Plant Investigations; Entomological Investigations; Forest Products Investigations. 22nd Rep. Coun. sci. industr. Res. Aust. 48. Canberra ?. 9-20; 20-26; 46-58

Plant Myrobolan cuttings closer to improve their shape. A.R. East Malling Res. Stat. for 1946. A29: 131-2

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Plant Pathology Division. The Research and Experimental Record of the Ministry of Agriculture, Northern Ireland 53, 1955. 208-16

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Plant Protection Conference of the Federal Biological Institute, Brunswick, at Munster, Westphalia, 6th to 10th October, 1952. Mitt. biol. ZentAnst. Berl, 75, 250

Plant Protection in Orchards. Scholle-Bitcherei. Vienna, Scholle-Verlag, 130: 184

Plant Protection. A guide for workers in plant protection. Plant Protection. A guide for workers in plant protection, State Agricultural Publishers, Prague, 211. Price: 23.20 Kcs,

Plant Protection. The Prevention and Control of Plant Pests and Diseases. Handb. Pflanzenkr, Berlin, P. Parey, 6: xv+488. Price: DM. 78

Plant abnormalities caused by parasitic nematodes. Plant Diseases Reporter. Supplement, 227, 83 p

Plant agencies injurious to wood: M. lacrymans.. Holz Roh- u. Werkstoff. 9: 6, 251-2

Plant analyses as indexes of nutrient availability and adequacy. Hawaii. Plant. Rec, 55: 103-9

Plant analysis as a guide in the nutrition of sugar beets in California. Proc Amer Soc Sugar Beet Technol 5: 364-377

Plant analysis as a means of evaluation of chemical soil tests. Trans. internat. Congr. Soil Sci., Amsterdam. 1: 4

Plant analysis as a means of evaluation of chemical tests. Trans. Fourth Internat. Cong. Soil Sci, 1: 232-235

Plant analysis in relation to the nutrition of sugar cane in Jamaica. Proc. Mtg B.W.I. Sugar Tech, Barbados, 92-114. bibl. 14

Plant analysis-a method of determining the phosphorus requirements of peas. Agron. J, 44: 614-18. bibl. 4

Plant analysis: a method of determining the potassium requirements of peas. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer., 1948. 12: 157

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Plant and animal nutrition. Role of copper in crop production. Trop. Agric., Trin, 30: 5-6, 76-81. bibl. 40

Plant and animal pests of hemp. Humus. 10: 5, 27-9

Plant and fiber properties of Gossypium species for possible transfer to upland cotton. Proceedings of the 48th Annual Convention of the Association of Southern Agricultural Workers held at Memphis, Tennessee, February 5, 6, 7,. 160-61

Plant and soil nematodes of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland. Preliminary investigations. Nematodes catalogued under hosts or associated plants. Rhodesia Agricultural Journal. 52: 4, 346-361

Plant and soil nitrogen indicators and performance of tomato grown at different nitrogen fertilization levels. Journal of Food Agriculture and Environment 5(2): 143-148

Plant and soil studies with radioactive manganese. Soil Sci 77(2): 107-117

Plant and soil water relations on the watershed. Jour Forest 50(2): 92-95

Plant and soil water relationships. Plant and soil water relationships xiii+347p Illus

Plant and sprays for orchard diseases. N.Z. J. Agric, 73: 49-52

Plant and wood ashes. A potential source of commercial potash. Indian Forest Leafl 95: 1-27

Plant associations and plant protection. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst, 1: 66-9; 91-3. bibl. 25

Plant associations of permanent meadows and pastures of the Westerwald and their connexions with management and habitat conditions.. Z. Acker- u. PflBau, 96: 111-133

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Plant breeders are developing better grasses. Miss. Fm Res, 15: 4, 1-5

Plant breeders develop beans resistant to curly-top. Idaho Agric. Sci, 36: 3, 5 p

Plant breeders look to nectar content as factor in pollination. Crops & Soils, 5: 2, 25 p

Plant breeders need blood bank to insure superior new crop varieties. What's New Crops Soils. 7: 5, 20

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Plant breeding and genetics in Russia. Meded. Dir. Tuinb, 18: 693-704

Plant breeding and increased production in agriculture. Landbouwk. Tijdschr., 's-Grav, 66: 189-91

Plant breeding and its projection into agricultural economics. Agricultura, Madr., 24: 284, 739-42

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Plant breeding and the vegetable industry. Econ Bot 6(4): 315-341

Plant breeding at Cambridge. Agric. Merch, Lond, 31: 183-84; 209-10

Plant breeding at the Arnold Arboretum. Arnoldia, 15: 2, 5-12

Plant breeding disease resistant genes of non-agricultural wheat transferred to commercial bread wheat. Calif. Agric, 3: 5, 6; 16

Plant breeding experiments, 1920-1950. Cereals Section, Scottish Plant Breeding Station, Edinburgh. Trans. Roy. Highl. Agric. Soc. Scot, 63: 9-25

Plant breeding for Southern Africa. Afr. reg. sci. Conf. Johannesburg, 17 to 18-, 1949. 2: 138-41

Plant breeding for resistance to Potato blight. 1. Testing for reaction to Phytophthora infestans. Agric. tec, 10: 2, 66-73

Plant breeding for resistance to powdery scab of potato. Agricultura tec, Santiago, 11: 140-48

Plant breeding in Angola. Agron. Angol, 3, 17-25

Plant breeding in Hungary along Micurin's road.. Agrobiologija (Agrobiology), 5, 26-31

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Plant breeding in Sweden. Plant breeding in Sweden, 32-50

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Plant breeding in forestry. Tidskr. Lantm, Helsinki, 35: 148-50

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Plant breeding in the improvement of cotton. Agronomia. La Molina, 18: 64-78

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Plant breeding in vegetable seed production. Sci. Hort, 51. 10: 134-43

Plant breeding method developed in South Dakota may speed process of getting new sorghum varieties. What's New Crops Soils. 5: 4, 24 p

Plant breeding on Lolland-Falster 1946. Nyk phi bing, 102

Plant breeding problems connected with the growing of peas, vetches and beans in south and central Sweden on a planned basis. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 57: 230-59

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Plant breeding section. Review of the year's work. Annual Report of the Department of Hop Research, Wye College 1953. 41-45

Plant breeding section: Review of the year's work. A.R. Wye Coll. Dep. Hop Res, 41-5

Plant breeding studies in leguminous forage crops. I. Natural crossbreeding in winter beans. J. Agric. Sci, 41: 371-78

Plant breeding studies of winter and spring vetches. Z. Pflanzenz, 33: 157-68

Plant breeding tasks of the moment in connexion with the increase in barley growing. Svensk JordbrForsk. Arsb, 85-91

Plant breeding technique. Third Conference on Cotton Growing Problems in India Indian Cent. Cott. Cttee., 18-20

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Plant breeding with the aid of polyploidy. Samvirke, 49: 145-47

Plant breeding within Prunus. Sverig. Pomol. Foren. Arsskr, 66-83

Plant breeding work. Schweiz. landw. Z, 83: 1078-84

Plant breeding work at Svalof. Agriculture, Lond., 56: 467-72

Plant breeding work in Finland. Lantm. Svenskt Land, 31: 542-544

Plant breeding-development and maintenance of superior genetic stocks. Proceedings of the United Nations Scientific Conference on the Conservation and Utilization of Resources, 17 August-6 September Lake Success, New York. Vol. VI. Land Resources, 1951. 289-92

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Plant bugs and the incidence of embryoless seeds in Umbelliferae. Tidsskr. Planteavl, 58: 58-90. bibl. 26

Plant carbonic anhydiase. Nature. Land., 159: 4040, 467-468

Plant Carbonic Anhydrase. Science 104(2703): 363-365

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Plant chemotherapy. Annual Review of Microbiology 5: 209-222

Plant chemotherapy as evaluated by the Fusarium wilt assay on Tomatoes. Bull. Conn. agric. Exp. Sta, 557: 82

Plant chimaeras and graft hybrids. Quimeras vegetables e hibridos de injerto, Acme Agency B. Aires, 157

Plant chimeras. Plant chimeras, USSR Academy of Sciences., Moscow and Leningrad, 386. Price: 27 roubles

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Plant collecting expedition to Sub-tropical South America 1947-48. Rep. Div. Plant Ind, Australia, 7, 96

Plant collecting expedition to sub-tropical South America 1947-48. A report, with notes on the climate, vegetation and principal economic plants, with an inventory of the collections. Div. Rep., Div. Pl. Ind. C.S.I.R.O. Aust. 7, 96. bibl. 24

Plant collecting in south-eastern Tibet. J. roy. hort. Soc, 72: 130-44, 166-77

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Plant communities and increased productivity by indirect breeding for yield. SB dtsch. Akad. LandwWiss. Berl, 4: 2, 25

Plant communities in forestry practice.. Lesn. Prace. 28: 2/3, 49-70

Plant communities in the Karkonosze mountains (Riesengebirge). Part I. Eastern Karkonosze.. Acta Soc. Bot. Polon, 21: 4, 591-683

Plant communities of silver fir (Abies alba) forests in southeastern Bohemia. Tuexenia (27): 73-90

Plant communities with woody species in the dune country. Jaarb. ned. dendrol. Ver. 51. 1952. 18: 9-49

Plant competition and weed control. Agric. Inst. Rev, 4: 142-5

Plant competition studies with field corn and Setaria spp. Proc. 12th N. Cent. Weed Contr. Conf. Ames. 3

Plant composition in relation to soil type. Proc. first Conf. N.Z. Soc. Soil Sci, 30-31

Plant control and inspection of fire-retardant treatment. Proc. Amer. Wood-Pres. Ass, 42: 305-17

Plant control methods for determining moisture and reducing sugars after acid hydrolysis in grains and other starchy materials. Jour Assoc Offic Agric Chem 30(2): 326-327

Plant cover and control of diffuse pollution from P in olive groves. Water Air and Soil Pollution 181(1-4): 17-34

Plant cultivation and plant breeding in the Malar district. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr, 57: 152-62

Plant cultivation in Swedish agriculture. Problems of the moment and a glance at the future. LantbrVeckan, 14-41

Plant culture in exudated sap. Rad. poljopr.-sumarsk. Fak. Univ. Sarajevu, 1: 125-30. bibl. 5

Plant cytology and general cytology. Plant cytology and general cytology, Paul Lechevalier Paris, 611

Plant cytology and the electron microscope. Endeavour 14(53): 34-39

Plant death by heat action. Mem. Coll. Agric. Kyoto Univ, 64: 10. bibl. 7

Plant defoliants. U.S. Patent. 2 723 910,

Plant density and manuring of the maize hybrid US-13. An. Esta. exp. Aula Dei, 3: 2, 261-5; 265 p

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Plant development and harvesting date of potatoes in mountainous regions. Bol. trim. Exp. agropec, 3: 4, 13-17

Plant development and humus formation.. Mikrobiologiya, 19: 543-546

Plant diagnostic methods. Trans. Int. Soc. Soil Sci. Comm. II & IV. 1: 231-239

Plant disease control. Bull. Dep. Agric. Calif, 39: 1, 49-55

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Plant disease control with antibiotics. Econ Bot 6(3): 294-308

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Plant disease forecasting: a symposium. Plant Dis. Reptr. Suppl, 190: 33

Plant disease loss estimates in 1954 for Tennessee. Plant Dis. Reptr, 39: 3, 280-282

Plant disease loss estimates: false vs. true. Plant Dis. Reptr. 37: 4, 171-174

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Plant disease notes from Texas. Plant Dis Reporter 36(12): 491

Plant disease problems in Central America. FAO Plant Protection Bulletin. Rome, 1: 9, 136-138

Plant disease research on forage crops in the Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering. Plant Disease Reporter. Supplement, 191, 42-59

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Plant disease survey in the Everglades and contiguous areas during the 1945-46 season. Plant Dis Reporter 30(7): 234-241

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Plant diseases. Club root of Cabbages and related plants. Witches' broom of Lucerne. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, 63: 9, 494-497

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Plant diseases. Diseases of Carnations. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, 58: 6, 313-316

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Plant diseases. Diseases of the cultivated Mushroom. Anthracnose of Beans. Agric. Gaz., N.S.W, 65: 8, 426-429

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Plant diseases. Entyloma leaf spot of English Marigold. Late or Irish blight of Potatoes. Peach leaf curl. Shot hole of stone fruits. J. Dep. Agric.W. Aust, 1: 4, 501-502; 505-508

Plant diseases. Fleck of Quince and Pear. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, 64: 5, 246-249

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Plant diseases. Spray Roses after pruning. Blossom-end rot of Tomatoes. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, 63: 5, 261-264

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