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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 13793

Chapter 13793 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Plant growth under controlled conditions. VIII. Growth and fruiting of the chili pepper (Capsicum annuum). Amer. J. Bot, 34: 393-401. bibl. 5

Plant growth under desert conditions. Acta Bot Neerlandia 4(3): 481-484

Plant Growth with Artificial Sources of Radiant Energy. Plant Physiology 22(4): 494-513

Plant growth with nutrient solutions. I. A brief review of existing work. Jour Agric Sci 36(2): 69-79

Plant growth with nutrient solutions. II. A comparison of pure sand and fresh soil as the aggregate for plant growth. J. Agric. Sci, 36: 80-86

Plant growth with nutrient solutions. III. A comparison of sand and soil as the aggregate for plant growth using an optimum nutrient solution with the sand, and incomplete supplies of nutrients with once-used soil. J. Agric. Sci, 36: 87-94. bibl. 3

Plant growth with nutrient solutions. IV. The influence of culture solutions of varying phosphate content on the growth of the turnip in fen and gravel soil. Jour Agric Sci 37(3): 163-198

Plant growth, micro-organisms and stable soil structure.. Mikrobiologiya. 18: 545-548

Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria do not pose any deleterious effect on cowpea and detectable amounts of ethylene are produced. World journal of microbiology and biotechnology 23(6): 747-752

Plant growth-regulating activity in certain aryloxyalkylcarboxylic acids. Science 114(2952): 92-93

Plant growth-regulating and systemic fungicidal activity: the aryloxyalkylcarboxylic acids. J. Sci. Food Agric, 2: 101-6. bibl. 51

Plant growth-regulating effects of aminopterin. Amer. J. Bot, 36: 825-6

Plant Growth-regulating Properties of Some Nicotinium Compounds. Science 110(2854): 252-254

Plant growth-regulators during fertilization and post-fertilization periods. Proc Amer Soc Hort Sci 59: 207-217

Plant growth-regulators-an introduction. Proc. 1st Southn Afr. Weed Control Conf. held at Frankenwald Fld Sta., Univ. Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 23-25th Oct. 1951. 7-11. bibl. 35

Plant growth-stimulating hormones from immature bean seeds. Science. 114: 159-61. bibl. 6

Plant growth-stimulating hormones in immature bean seeds. Science 114(2954): 159-161

Plant health. Bol. Minist. Agric, B. Aires, 2: 3, 247-258

Plant hormonal weeding of wheat. G. Agric. Domen, 82: 103

Plant hormone activity of substituted benzoic acids and related compounds. Weeds, N.Y, 1: 185-8. bibl. 1

Plant hormone compositions. French Patent. 1 004 681,

Plant hormone inhibits sprouting of stored - potatoes. N.Z. J. Agric, 76: 494

Plant hormone investigations in sugarcane. Bienn. Rep. Hawaii agric. Exp. Stat. 46, 1947. 112-16. bibl. 7

Plant hormone research at Long Ashton. Science and Fruit, 110 bibl. 29

Plant hormones. Bol. Inst. nac. Invest. agron. for. Madr, 15, 49-96. bibl. 4

Plant hormones. Ann. Rev. Biochem, 17: 601-26. bibl. 117

Plant hormones against weeds. Trials in the rice field. G. Agric. Domen, 59: 225

Plant hormones and hormonal herbicides. Ann, Sta. chim.-agr. sper. Roma. 8: publ. 12, 16. bibl. 48

Plant hormones and their application in forestry.. Rev. Eaux. For, 85: 3, 150-60

Plant hormones and yield in Hevea brasili-ensis. J. Rubb. Res. Inst, Malaya, 13: 167-76. bibl. 5

Plant hormones in the development of fruits. Quarterly Review of Biology 27(1): 33-57

Plant hormones in the service of plant protection. Ochr. Rest, 23: 168-72. bibl. 7

Plant hormones with special reference to selective weedkillers. Chem And Indust [London] (23): 355-359

Plant husbandry. Agricultural Chron, Moscow, 11, 3-4

Plant husbandry I. Vegetative hybrids of sunflowers and Jerusalem artichokes. Agricultural Chron, Moscow, 10, 2-3

Plant improvement: Cassava. Rech.agron. Madagascar. 2, 78-88

Plant industry department semiannual report, first semester 1953. Comun. Turrialba, 39, 28

Plant infection theories. Plant infection theories, Verlag Birkhausen, Basle, Switzerland, 611. Price: S.Fr. 48.50. bibl. numerous

Plant injection. Fruits d'outre Mer, 2: 281-90; 318-29. bibl. 7

Plant injection methods. Sci Hort 9: 55-61

Plant injury by wettable BHC powders used as an insect control spray.. Spec. Rep. For. Exp. Sta., Hokkaido. 2, 93-100

Plant injury caused by several types of hormones. N.Z. J. Agric, 85: 319-20

Plant injury from parathion and related compounds. Jour Econ Ent 43(4): 471-473

Plant introduction and construction of green belts.. Trudy Bot. Inst. Akad. Nauk SSSR [Trans. Bot. Inst. Acad. Sci. USSR

Plant introduction and improvement of grasses and legumes. Madras Agric. J, 40: 309

Plant introduction and quarantine station, Fiji. Agric. J. Fiji, 24: 1-2, 18-29

Plant introduction as a federal service to agriculture. Adv. Agron, 7: 189-211

Plant introduction at the Grassland Research Institute. J. Brit. Grassl. Soc, 9: 3, 239-43. bibl. 6

Plant introduction is a valuable service. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, 62: 395-96

Plant introduction men seek new crops for the South. Whafs New Crops Soils, 6: 1, 17; 22

Plant introduction methods. Impressions gained during a visit to Fiji. Papua & N. Guinea agric. J, 9: 1, 13-16

Plant introduction notes No. 1. Rep. Div. Plant Ind. Australia. 5, 45

Plant introduction reporter-I. Indian Fmg. 10: 423-32

Plant introduction trials in Central Coastal Queensland 1936-46. Rep. Div. Plant Ind. Australia. 6, 134

Plant life history traits of rare versus frequent plant taxa of sandplains: Implications for research and management trials. Biological Conservation 136(1): 44-52

Plant life in Malaya. Plant life in Malaya, Longmans, Green & Co., London, New York, Toronto, 254. Price: 18s,

Plant life-form classification and its use in evaluating range conditions and trend. Jour Range Management 8(4): 116-181

Plant material introduced by the Division of Plant Exploration and Introduction, Bureau of Plant Industry, January 1 to December 31, 1942 (Nos. 143682 to 145638). Plant Invent. US Dep. Agric, 150, 108

Plant metabolism and soil water supply. Note I. The enzyme complex and oxidase coefficients. Ann. Sper. agrar, 6: 661-88. bibl. 9

Plant microfossils from a Fort Union coal of Montana. Amer Jour Bot 33(4): 271-278

Plant mitochondria and respiration. New Biol, 19, 90-102. bibl. 4

Plant mitochondrial recombination surveillance requires unusual RecA and MutS homologs. Plant Cell 19(4): 1251-1264

Plant names of Gabon.. Pap.] 8th int. bot. Congr. Paris, Sect 15. 39-45

Plant names simplified. Plant names simplified, Collingridge, London, 120. Price: 7s. 6d,

Plant nematodes the grower should know. Proceedings. Soil Science Society of Florida, 4B: 72-117

Plant nematodes-a serious problem. Arkansas Farm Research, 4: 2, 5

Plant nematology: science or service ?. Plant Diseases Reporter. Supplement, 227, 75-76

Plant nomenclature. hort. suisse, 21: 162-5

Plant nomenclature in horticulture. Meded. Direct. Tuinb, 10: 289

Plant notes 153/2. Medicago x varia Martyn. Watsonia. 2: Part 4, 285

Plant nutrient competition between weeds and corn. Agron Jour 47(5): 213-216

Plant nutrient deficiencies diagnosed by plant symptoms, tissue tests and soil tests. Spec. Bull. Mich, agric. Exp. Sta, 353, 84

Plant nutrient deficiencies diagnosed by plant symptoms, tissue tests, soil tests. Spec. Bull. Mich. agric. Exp. Stat, 353: 84. bibl. 19

Plant nutrient research in the decade ahead. Agron. J, 43: 161-6

Plant nutrient utilization, effect of uptake of radiocalcium. J. agric. Food Chem, 2: 934-937

Plant nutrients from slag. Furnace slag as a source of plant nutrients and its liming effectiveness relative to limestone. J. agric. Food Chem, 2: 458-462

Plant nutrients from the air ?. Vaxt-narings-Nytt. 10: 5, 41-47

Plant nutrients; foliar applications to vegetable crops. J. agric. Food Chem, 1: 239-40. blbl. 8

Plant nutrition and plant protection. Z. PflBau, 3: 5, 193-212

Plant nutrition and the hydrogen ion : V. Relative effectiveness of coarsely ground and finely pulverized limestone. Soil Sci, 61: 265-271

Plant nutrition and the hydrogen ion : VII. Cation exchange between hydrogen clay and soils. Missouri Agric. Expt. Sta. Res. Bull, 477: 24

Plant nutrition and the hydrogen ion: VI. Calcium carbonate, a disturbing fertility factor in soils. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer., 1948. 12: 342-247

Plant nutrition effects. Effects of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizer on yield and malting quality of barley. J. agric. fd Chem, 3: 7, 609-15. bibl. 17

Plant nutrition in heterogeneous and discontinuous media: placement and granulation of fertilizers.. C.R. Acad. Agric, 36: 149-151

Plant nutrition in relation to disease development. III. Fusarium wilt of tomato. Amer Jour Bot 33(9): 758-761

Plant nutrition in relation to disease development. IV. Bacterial canker of tomato. Amer. J. Bot, 35: 186-92. bibl. 8

Plant nutrition in relation to disease development. V. Bacterial wilt of Tomato. Amer. J. Bot, 36: 8, 613-623

Plant nutrition in relation to disease development. VI. Black rot of cabbage and ring rot of tomato. Amer. J. Bot, 38: 663-5. bibl. 5

Plant nutrition in relation to disease development. VII. Cucurbit wilts. Amer. J. Bot, 39: 4, 245-249

Plant nutrition problems from an Australian viewpoint. Proc. Spec. Conf. Plant Anim. Nutrit. Australia 1951. 163-169

Plant nutrition, ion absorption and ion relationship.. Agricultura, 46: 1-22

Plant nutrition. Dependence of manganese, molybdenum and vanadium toxicity on iron supply. Rep. Rothamst. Exp. Sta. Harpenden, 68-9

Plant nutrition. Magnesium deficiency. A.R. Ceylon Tea Res. Inst., 1955. 26-8

Plant nutrition. Nutrient uptake from leaf sprays. Rep. Rothamst, Exp. Sta., Harpenden., 69-70

Plant nutrition. Uptake of nutrients from solution sprayed on leaves. Rep. Rothamst. exp. Sta., Harpenden, 66-8

Plant nutrition. Uptake of nutrients from solutions sprayed on leaves. Rep. Rothamst. Exp. Sta., Harpenden, 63-5

Plant nutrition; its dependence on soil organisms.. Z. PflErnahr. Dung, 48: 264-279

Plant parasites of the Coffee bush reported in Africa. Bull. sci. Minist. Colon. Sect. Agric. trop, 5: 393-456

Plant parasitic eelworms. N.A.A.S. Quarterly Review, London., 13, 12-18

Plant parasitic nematodes : a brief survey and some present day trends. CONGRES INTERNATIONAL DE ZOOLOGIE (13th), Paris, July 21-27, Comptes Rendus, 1949. 481-484

Plant parasitic nematodes in relation to straw berry culture in Louisiana. Phytopathology, 44: 9, 493

Plant parasitology. Rapp. Cons. Exp. Rech. agron., Algerie, 191-227

Plant part temperatures influencing the epiphytology of potato and tomato late blight. Phytopathology. 41: 36-7

Plant pathological branch. Rep. Tocklai Exp. Sta. Indian Tea Ass. 1949?. 26-31

Plant pathological department. Rep. Tocklai Exp. Sta. Indian Tea Ass. 1950. 23-33

Plant pathological department. Rep. Tocklai Exp. Sta. 1953. 28-63

Plant pathological investigation in the United States. Plant Dis. Reptr, Suppl, 191, 36-118

Plant pathological investigation in the United States II. Plant nematology research in the Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils and Agricultural Engineering. Plant Disease Reporter. Supplement, 195, 463-470

Plant pathological investigation in the United States II. State quarantines on interstate movement. Plant Disease Reporter. Supplement, 195, 483-500

Plant pathological investigation in the United States IV. Plant disease research and extension in Iowa. Plant Dis. Reptr. 203: Suppl, 95-107

Plant pathological investigation in the United States. III. Plant Dis. Reptr. Suppl. 200, 21-55

Plant pathological investigations. Rep. Dep. agric. Qd, 45. 1946. 15-16

Plant pathological investigations in the United States V. Research in plant pathology and botany at Louisiana State University. Plant Dis. Reptr, Suppl. 206: 193-201

Plant pathological notes. Ann. Epiphyt. N.S., 12: 1, 41-43

Plant pathological notes. (Continuation.). Ann. Epiphyt, 13: 43-65

Plant pathologist's merry-go-round. Jour Heredity 37(9): 259-265

Plant pathologist's merry-go-round. A survey of the never-ending battle against plant diseases. J. Hered, 37: 9, 269-265

Plant pathology. Adm. Rep. agric. Dep. U.P. 1947. 38-40

Plant pathology. Plant pathology xii+979p Illus

Plant pathology. Plant pathology x+699p Illus

Plant pathology. Rep. E. Malling Res. Sta. 1953. 34-38

Plant pathology. Rep. E. Mailing Res. Sta., 1954. 37-42

Plant pathology and plant breeding. Rep. Ga Exp. Sta., 51. 1952?. 55-61

Plant pathology and tissue culture. Rev. sci, Paris, 85: 3276, 649-669

Plant pathology department. Rep. Rothamst. exp. Sta. Harpenden, 51-56

Plant pathology department. Rep. Rothamst. exp. Sta. Harpenden., 59-64

Plant pathology department. Rep. Rothamst. exp. Sta, 69-78

Plant pathology department. Rep. Rothamst. exp. Sta, 76-88

Plant pathology department. Rep. Rothamst. exp. Sta, 83-96

Plant pathology department. Rep. Rothamst. exp. Sta., 1955. 80-95

Plant pathology division. Res. & exp. Rec. Minist. Agric. Nth. Ireland, 1952. 111-116

Plant pathology in Canada. Canad. phytopath. Soc. News. 4: 1, 3-6

Plant pathology in Colombia. FAO Plant Prot. Bull, 1: 97-100

Plant pathology in relation to Federal domestic plant quarantines. Plant Disease Reporter. Supplement, 191, 67-91

Plant pathology in the Division of Rubber Plant Investigations. Plant Dis. Reporter. 191: Suppl, 60-66

Plant pathology in the tropics. Volume I. Encycl. mycol, Paris, Paul Lechevalier, 17: 1, 126. Price: Fr. 9,000

Plant pathology in the tropics. Volume II. Encycl. mycol, Paris, Paul Lechevalier., 18: 1,130. Price: Fr. 10,000 each volume,

Plant pathology in the tropics. Volume III. Encycl. mycol, Paris, Paul Lechevalier., 95. Price: Fr. 10,000 each volume,

Plant pathology laboratory manual. Plant pathology laboratory manual, Minneapolis, Burgess Publishing Co., iii+82. Price: Photo-offset. $2.75,

Plant pathology problems in the Union. Fmg, S. Afr., 24: 285, 586-588; 599

Plant pathology section. Rep. Dep. Agric. S. Leone, 1951. 14-16

Plant pathology section. Rep. Dep. Agric.S. Leone. 20-21

Plant pathology section. Rep. Dep. Agric, S. Leone., 21-23

Plant pathology section. Rep. Dep. Agric. S. Leone, 1954. 29-30

Plant pathology section. Rep. Dep. Agric. S. Leone, 1955. 33-34

Plant pathology today. Boll. Agric, Milano, 47-48, 13

Plant pathology, plant physiology, entomology, and vegetable crops. Rep. Hawaii agric. Exp. Sta, 67-145

Plant pathology-report for 1946. Rep. E. Afr. agric. Res. Inst., Amani 1947. 13-15

Plant pathology. A review of some recent research on virus diseases of Raspberry and Strawberry in Great Britain. Rep. E. Malling Res. Sta, 113-117

Plant pathology. Plant Breeding. Progr. Rep. Exp. Stas Emp. Gott, Or. Corp. (Uganda), 5. 1955. 30-40

Plant pests and diseases committee report on spray damage conference. Ann. appl. Biol, 37: 3, 556

Plant pests and diseases in the territory of NR of Serbia in 1951. Zasht. Bilja [Plant Prot

Plant pests and diseases noted at Kosmet in the years from 1949-1953. Zasht. Bilja (Plant Prot., Beograd), 1954. 26, 69-106

Plant pests and diseases. Virus research at the West African Cacao Research Institute, Tafo, Gold Coast. Trop. Agriculture, Trin, 28: 133-42

Plant pests and plant diseases. Large Soviet Encyclopedia, Series Biology and Agricultural Science, Part 6. Pflanzenschadlinge und Pflanzenkrankheiten. Gro beta e Sowjet-Enzyklopadie, Reine Biologie and Agrarwissenschaft, Heft 6, Deutscher Bauernverlag, Berlin, 66

Plant physiological investigations. A.R. Inst. trop. Agric. Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, 45, 1946. 12-44. bibl. 14

Plant physiological observations on the dying-off of Elms. Arch. Forstw, 1: 1-2, 59-70

Plant physiology. A.R. Inst. trop. Agric. Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, 46, 1946. 5-18. bibl. 13

Plant physiology. Plant physiology, J. & A. Churchill Ltd., London, xi + 504. Price: 28s, bibl. 344

Plant physiology. Annual report of the East Malling Research Station for the year ending, 1949. 35-36

Plant physiology. Ann Rev Biochem And Allied Res India 23: 131-137

Plant physiology. Plant physiology vii+172p Illus

Plant physiology. Coffee. Bienn. Rep. Hawaii agric. Exp. Stat. 54, 1955. 47-8

Plant physiology. Reversible induction of opposed foliar morphoses and flowering in two species of Scabiosa by photoperiodism. C.R. Acad. Sci, Paris, 230: 119-21

Plant pigments as internal indicators of digestibility of dry matter of pasture herbage. Canadian Jour Agric Sci 34(5): 528-532

Plant pigments in digestion trial studies. Rec. Trav. chim. Pays-Bas. 74: 1207-1216

Plant poisoning in pigs. Thesis. Alfort., 74

Plant poisoning of livestock. Rec.Med. Vet, 127: 733-766

Plant poisoning of stock. Queensland Agric Jour 79(6): 343-348

Plant poisons in town refuse.. Z. PflErnahr. Dung, 51: 229-234

Plant poisons in town refuse. 11. Communication.. Z. PflErnahr. Dung, 67: 48-53

Plant potatoes in nests on the square.. Kolhoz. Proizv, 4, 20-2

Plant production in the bamileke country of the French Cameroons. Rev. Bot. appl, 30: 158-67. bibl. 4

Plant products and the spread of foot and mouth disease. Bull. Off. int. Epiz, 42: 248-255

Plant products of New Zealand. J. Proc. Roy. Soc. N. S. W, 80: 151-77

Plant propagation. Plant propagation, Ward Lock, London, Price: 25s,

Plant propagation practices. Plant propagation practices, Macmillan Co., New York and London., viii + 344. Price: 42s,

Plant propagation problems. The relationship of the dormant condition of pistachio leaf buds to budding practice.. Doctor's Thesis Superior School Agric. Athens, 46. bibl. 53

Plant propagation under fluorescent lamps. Pap. Bur. Plant Industry, Soils and Agricultural Engineering, U.S.D.A, 5

Plant protection. Ochrona roslin, Pulawy, Ksiaznica Roluicza., 491

Plant protection B. Ex Report on the work of the Federal Agricultural Experiment Station, Zurich-Oerlikon, for 1949-50. Annu. agric. Suisse. 52: 5-6, 512-531

Plant protection bulletin. FAO Plant Prot. Bull, Rome, 1: 10, 145-60. Price: $3.00 or 15s,

Plant protection by cultural practices. Pflanzenarzt. 8: Spec. 3, 10

Plant protection in Austria. PflSchutz Ber, 1: 2-5

Plant protection in Bermuda. Bull. Dep. Agric. Bermuda. 21: 104

Plant protection in French Morocco. Agron. trop, 5: 11-12, 636-645

Plant protection in Germany after the collapse. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst, 1: 3-4

Plant protection in Yugoslavia. Pflanzenschutz, 5: 2, 20-25

Plant protection in flower bulb growing. Gartenwelt. 15, 2

Plant protection in the Belgian Congo. Sci Month 63(4): 268-280

Plant protection in the changing seasons. A pest control calendar 1950. Plant protection in the changing seasons. A pest control calendar, Mitteldeutsche Druckerei und Verlagsanstalt GMBH, 120

Plant protection in the forest. Schweiz. Z. Forstw, 105: 5-6, 266-276

Plant protection in viticulture under glass. C.R. ler Congr. internal. Phytopharmacie, Heverle, Belgium, 16

Plant protection of wild seedling rootstock plantations. Mitt. ObstbVersuchsring Jork, 11/12, 66-7

Plant protection problems in Horse-Radish cultivation. Pflanzenschutz. 7: 1, 5-11

Plant protection problems in forestry and afforestation.. La-Yaaran. 5: 3/4, 20-29

Plant protection problems in the cultivation of Hops. Pflanzenarzt, 6: 7, 1-2

Plant protection regulations in Germany. Federal Republic of Germany. Order of 24th August, 1950, relating to the cultivation of wart-susceptible Potato varieties. Amtl. PflSchBestimm. (formerly Beil. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst). 3: 5, 273 p

Plant protection service. Agric. Anim. Husb, Uttar Pradesh., 5: ii + 30

Plant protection service in the United Provinces. Indian Fmg, 9: 493-6

Plant protection services in relation to the sugar industry. Proc. Mtg B.W.I. Sugar Tech, Barbados, 74-80. bibl. 7

Plant protection session of the Brunswick branch of the Federal Biological Institute at Goslar, 11th to 14th October, 1950. (Mitt. biol. ZentAnst. Berl. 70). Pflanzenschutz-Tagung der Biologischen Bundesanstalt Braunschweig in Goslar, 11.-14. Oktober, 1951. 140

Plant protection session of the Federal Biological Institute, Brunswick, at Wurzburg, 23rd to 25th October, 1951. Mitt. biol. ZentAnst. Berl, 74: 168

Plant protection warning service and research on prognosis in plant protection. Dtsch. Landw, 5: 7, 377-379

Plant protection work in Hyderabad State during 1951-52. Plant Prot. Bull, New Delhi, 4: 2, 32-33

Plant protection work in India during 1949-50. Plant Prot. Bull., New Delhi, New Delhi, 2: 3, 31-43

Plant protection work in Madras State during the quarter ending 31st March, 1951. Plant Prot. Bull, New Delhi, 3: 4, 95-101

Plant protection. Approved Strawberry planting material. Qd agric. J, 70: 2, 91 p

Plant protection. Ex 50 years of the Bavarian State Institute for Agriculture and Plant Protection. Landw. Jb. Bayern 1952. 29: Suppl, 91-155

Plant protection. Ex Report on the work of the Federal Agricultural Experiment Station Zurich-Oerlikon for 1947-8. Annu. agric. Suisse, 50: 4, 383-395

Plant protection. Ex Report on the work of the Federal Agricultural Experiment Station Zurich-Oerlikon for 1948-9. Annu. agric. Suisse, 51: 4-5, 432-442

Plant protection. Ex Report on the work of the Federal Agricultural Experiment Station Zurich-Oerlikon for 1950-1. Annu. agric. Suisse, 54: 2; 1, 53-72

Plant protection. Lucerne pests. Qd. Agric. J, 62: 79-89

Plant protection. Peanut diseases. Qd agric. J, 79: 5, 267-270

Plant protection. Report on the work of the Federal Agricultural Experiment Station, Zurich-Oerlikon for the years 1942 to 1946. Annu. agric. Suisse. 48: 2, 214-224

Plant protective chemistry. Rep. E. Malling Res. Sta., 1951. 44-47

Plant protective chemistry. Rep. E. Malling Res. Sta. 1953. 46-48

Plant protectives in flower and ornamental culture. Gesunde Pfl, 7: 189

Plant protectives in the German Democratic Republic. Dtsch. Landw, 4: 1, 27-33

Plant proteins in child feeding. Special Report Series ) 279: 1-163

Plant proteins. 1. Extraction of hay proteins and nitrogen distribution. J. Sci. Food Agric, 5: 126-132

Plant proteins. 2. Amino-acid content of the seed protein of Trigonella foenum graecumL. and of the seed protein and thallus protein of Galega officia- nalis L. J. Sci. Food Agric, 6: 203-206

Plant proteins. 3. Amino-acid content of isolated hay proteins. J. Sci. Food Agric, 6: 380-386

Plant proteins. 4. Amino acids present in alcoholic extracts of grass and legume hays and fenugreek seeds. J. Sci. Fd Agric, 6: 8, 455-61. bibl. 23

Plant proteins. 5. Proteins and amino-acids of marine algae. J. Sci. Fd Agric, 6: 11, 674-82. bibl. 56

Plant quarantine announcements. F.A.O. Plant Prot. Bull, 1: 3, 45-46

Plant quarantine announcements. F.A.O. Pl. Prot. Bull, 3: 12, 189

Plant quarantine import restrictions. S.R.A., Bur. Ent, Wash., 181, 48-82

Plant quarantine import restrictions in Indonesia. Plant Prot. Bull, New Delhi, 3: 2, 52-55

Plant quarantine import restrictions, Iran. S.R.A., B.E.P.Q., U.S. Dep. Agric. U.S. Dep. Agric., 168: 51-54

Plant quarantine in East Africa. E. Afr. agric. J, 21: 1, 10-17

Plant quarantine in New Zealand since 1884. N.Z.J. Agric, 90: 2, 114-117; 119; 121-123

Plant quarantine survey in the Northern Territory. Jour Australian Inst Agric Sci 18(2): 27-32

Plant quarantine. III. List of plant diseases and pests intercepted in New Zealand in 1953. N.Z. J. Sci. Tech, 35: 6, 555-557

Plant quarantine. IV. List of plant diseases and pests intercepted in New Zealand in 1954. N.Z. J. Sci. Tech, 36: 6, 608-609

Plant quarantine. List of plant diseases and pests intercepted in New Zealand in 1952. N.Z. J. Sci. Tech, 35: 3, 273-275

Plant reactions to chemical and physical changes. Jour R Hort Soc 25(10): 390-396

Plant regeneration from leaf derived callus of hybrid kiwi (Actinidia deliciosa X A-arguta). Journal of Korean Forestry Society 96(1): 34-39

Plant regeneration via direct adventitious roots from free root segments of Ulmus davidiana Planch. Journal of Korean Forestry Society 96(1): 83-88

Plant regulators in agriculture. Plant regulators in agriculture x+289p Illus

Plant remains from Harappa. Ancient India, Delhi. 7, 3

Plant research in the tropics. (IOWA Agricultural Experiment Station. Res. Bull. 371). Plant research in the tropics. 500-660

Plant resistance and its effect on the peritrophic membrane of southwestern corn borer (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) larvae. Journal of Economic Entomology 100(3): 976-983

Plant respiration from the modern point of view.. Adv. mod. Biol, 22: 75-97. bibl. 142

Plant response agents. Aust.Patent 155 385,

Plant response to aluminum sulphate. Proc. Fla St. hort. Soc. for 1953. 114-17. bibl. 32

Plant responses to O-isopropyl N-phenyl carbamate. Proc. 4th annu. Mtg North Central Weed Control Conf, Kansas, 54-8

Plant responses to molybdenum as a fertilizer. 2. Factors affecting the response of plants to molybdenum. AUSTRALIA, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Bulletin. 198, 44

Plant responses to molybdenum as a fertilizer. I. Molybdenum and symbiotic nitrogen fixation. Aust. Counc. Sci. Indust. Res. Bull, 198: 7-24

Plant responses to nitrogen and sulphur on a heavy clay soil from the Darling Downs, south-east Queensland. Australian Jour Agric Res 3(2): 111-124

Plant science. Report of the Science Service, Department of Agriculture, Canada., 10-33

Plant selection sta-tions of East Siberia. Selek. Semenovod, 1, 16-21

Plant sociological investigations in the Ruda forest near Pulawy.. Ekologia Polska, Warszawa. 2: 1, 5-22

Plant sociology and plant protection. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst. 1: 4 ; 5-6, 66-69 ; 91-93

Plant sociology and quality fodder production. Landw. Forsch. 18-27. bibl. 10

Plant sociology as evidence for deterioration of grassland as a result of drawing off of ground water. Z. Acker-u. Pflbau, 97: 4, 393-8

Plant sociology as proof of damage to grassland by groundwater decrease.. Z. Acker-u. Pf1Bau. 97: 393-398

Plant sociology: the fundamentals of the science of vegetation.. Pflanzensoziologie: Grundzuge der Vegetationskunde. Springer-Verlag,Vienna., Austria: 2nd ed. (rev.), xi + 631. 33 pp

Plant spacing for monoclonal budded plantations. Bergcultures. 23: 191-9

Plant spacing of sweet corn. Bull. 316. Rhode Island Agric. Exp. Sta, 26. bibl. 18

Plant species for soil protection. IV Conferencia Interamericana de Agricultura, Segunda Reunion Regional Latinoamericana para la Agricultura y la Alimentacion. Trabajos tecnicos, Montevideo ; Barreiro y Ramos, Soc. Anon., 7-15

Plant stand and yield of pasture sowings. Veroff. Bundesanst. alp. Landw., Admont. 8, 45-62

Plant stands in the valleys of the Neckar and the Fils, and the possibility of improving them. Z. Acker-u. Pflanzenb, 92: 2, 197-237. bibl. 55

Plant studies with radioactive chlorine. Soil Sci 77(4): 293-302

Plant succession and soil erosion of the hilly lands in Hotien, Changting, Fukien.. Fukien agric. J, 12: 1/2, 51-60

Plant succession and yield of living material in a plowed prairie in central Oklahoma. Ecology. 35: 2, 176-80. bibl. 12

Plant succession on Key Largo, Florida, involving Pinus caribaea and Quercus virginiana. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences, Gainesville. 16: 3, 133-8

Plant systematics, Vol. 1. General. Botanica Agraria, Hoepli, Milan, 3: 337

Plant temperature, temperature near ground level and frost protection. Schweiz. Gartnerztg. 56: 37, 2-4

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Plant therapeutics. Rev. mem. B.A.P, 30: 357, 31-4

Plant tissue cultures produced from single isolated cells. Science. 119: 877-8. bibl. 14

Plant tissue cultures. II. Bot Rev 12(9): 521-529

Plant tissue testing. II. A study of the method of foliar diagnosis. Sci. Agric, 28: 49-60

Plant tissue testing. III. Effect of fertilizer applications. Sci Agric [ottawa] 28(5): 223-228

Plant transpiration, its economic importance and its study by the hygrophotographic method. Oleagineux, 8: 6, 367-70. bibl. 30

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Plant tumours. Bull Inst. agron. Gembloux, 49. 17: 26-42. bibl. 44

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Plant tumours. Zasht. Bilja [Plant Prot., Beo- grad], 1953

Plant tumours and the problem of cancerous etiology. Ann. biol., Ser, 3: 26, 12, 745-761

Plant tumours induced by the combined action of wound and virus. Nature. 158: 56-7. bibl. 5

Plant tumours versus animal tumours. Jour Madras Univ 22b(2): 268-276

Plant type, disease resistance, and yield variation in Johnson grass. Proc. Ass. Sth. Agric. Wkrs., 1949. 53

Plant up more coffee in the old production areas. Folha da Manha. June 24. 25: 422-4

Plant uptake of zinc 65 from soils and fertilizers in the greenhouse. Soil Sci 77(3): 205-214

Plant utilization of zinc nutrients on Houston black clay. Soil Sci 74(4): 291-293

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Plant virus diseases in New Zealand. Bull. D.S.LR. N.Z, 108: 255. Price: paper cover 15s. or bound 20s, bibl. 6 pp

Plant virus research. Lectures delivered on the occasion of the inauguration of the recently erected building of the Department for Plant Virus Research of the Biological Federal Institute, Brunswick, on 23rd February, 1954. Mitt. biol. ZentAnst. Berl, 81: 51

Plant virus tumors. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 54(6): 1067-1074

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Plant water relations. Annual report of the Southwestern Forest and Range Experiment Station: calender year, U.S. Forest Service.,USA: 1946. 18

Plant wilts of fungal origin. Rev. Oka, 36: 2, 46-54

Plant wood-destroyers. Merulius lacrymans (Wulf.) Schum. ex Fries. Coniophora cerebella (Pers.) Duby. Poria vaporaria (Pers.) Fr. Lenzites abietina (Bull.) Fr. Holz a. Roh- u. Werkst, 10: 39-40; 261-262

Plant world and soil acidity. Mitt. Naturwiss. Ver. Steiermark, 77/78: 21-60

Plant yield and nutrient uptake on applying growth substances.. Z. PflErnahr. Dung, 63: 30-37

Plant-association maps, for example that of the Wesertal, as an aid to the geomorphologist.. Z. PflErnahr. Dung, 54: 93, 64-67

Plant-available magnesium in soil and its determination.. Z. PflErnahr. Dung, 67: 9-23

Plant-breeding and mutations. Concluding remarks. (Mutation research in plants.). Acta Agric. Scand, 4: 633-39

Plant-breeding studies in leguminous forage crops. II. Further observations on natural cross-breeding in winter beans. J. agric. Sci, 45: 141-47

Plant-derived MINA-05 inhibits human prostate cancer proliferation in vitro and lymph node spread in vivo. Neoplasia 9(4): 322-331

Plant-disease relation and classification of Fusaria. Phytopath 37(1): 20-21

Plant-food requirements of calcareous soils. I. Optimum requirements of phosphorus for Pusa calcareous soils. II. Optimum requirements of nitrogen for Pusa calcareous soils. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 16: 221-228, 229-234

Plant-geographical and forest problems of N.W. Argentina.. Z. Weltforstwirt, 17: 6, 219-25

Plant-geographical boundaries as boundary lines of viticulture. Agrartud. Egy, 18: 2; part 2, 113-15

Plant-geographical relations in Hungarian fruit growing. Agrartud. Egy, 18: 2; part 1, 21-40. bibl. 26

Plant-growth inhibitors from red kidney bean seeds. Science 112(2921): 754-755

Plant-growth regulators. U.S. Patent. Nov 15. 2 723 909,

Plant-growth regulators as selective herbicides. Hawaii Agric Expt Sta Circ 26: 1-43

Plant-parasitic nematodes of Azerbaiian.. Trudi Problemnikh i Tematicheskikh Soveshchani. Akademiya Nauk SSSR, 3, 97-105

Plant-parasitic nematodes of Latvian SSR.. Trudi Problemnikh i Tematicheskikh Soveshchani. Akademiya Nauk SSSR, 3, 171-181

Plant-pathogenic viruses. Fortschr. Bot, 15: 476-512

Plant-physiological experiments on the effect of fluorine on phosphates.. Phosphorsaure, 13: 101-116

Plant-quarantine import restrictions. S.R.A., B.E.P.Q., U.S. Dep. Agric, 175, 62-96

Plant-roots used in the brush industry. Bol. Prod. Fom. Agric, Argent., 4: 36, 2-28. bibl. 14

Plant-sociological and pollen-analytical studies of the 'Blanket Flat' near Vesbeck. Mitt. florist. soziol. Arbeitsgemeinsch, 4, 124-46

Plant-sociological interpretation of aerial photographs.. Angew. PflSoziol., Stolzenau. 10, 57

Plant-soil-water relationships. FAO Int. Rice Comm. News Lett, 8: 6-10

Plant-tissue culture technique from the mycological viewpoint. Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences 12(2): 63-66

Plantable trees per pound of seed. J. For, 45: 3, 203-4

Plantae Letestuanae novae. XXXI.. Bull. Soc. bot. France. 102: 7/8, 328-31

Plantae Papuanae Archboldianae, XIX. J. Arnold Arbor, 30: 2, 139-65

Plantaginaceae endemicas del Peru. REVISTA PERUANA DE BIOLOGIA 13(2): 564S

Plantago mosaic. C.R. Acad. Sci. U.R.S.S, 88: 5, 933-935

Plantago mosaic of Tobacco. Bull, microbiol. Inst., Sofia. 4, 109-129

Plantain flour. Rev. Inst. Def. Cafe Costa Rica, 17: 462-9

Plantas ornamentais parasitadas por especies do genero Xiphinema. Revista do Instituto Adolfo Lutz, Sao Paulo., 15: 1, 180-185

Plantas vasculares infestantes dos arrozais (Port. e.). Ministerio da economia Lisbon, 188. bibl. 59

Plantation Crops. Publ. Commonw. econ. Cttee, H.M. Stationery Office, Lond., 146. Price: 5s,

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Plantation hygiene and rhinoceros beetle (Oryctes rhinoceros). Papua New Guinea agric. Gaz, 8: 48-51

Plantation research in Ceylon. Progress of Oidium defence experiments. India Rubb. J, I20: 16, 625-626

Plantation rubber in the New World. Econ. Bot, 1: 210-29

Plantation seed of curly birch. Skogen, 41: 160-61; 163

Plantations and other centrally operated estates. FAO agric. Stud, 28, 41

Plantations of. Lesn. Hoz, 3: 9, 58-9

Plantations of A. angustifolia in deforested areas of Parana.. An. bras. Econ. flor., Inst. nac. Pinho. 6, 378-82

Plantations of Eucalyptus and Salix alba. Their cost up to 2 years after the completion of planting.. AIA, Revista de la Asociation de Ingenieros Agronomos, Montevideo. 21: 88, 25-40

Plantations of Pinus merkusii as a means of reafforestation in Indonesia. Tectona. 43: 1/2, 119-30

Plantations of Pinus nigra var. carramanica on the sands of the middle Don.. Lesn. Hoz, 5: 5, 38-9

Plantations of Pinus sylvestris and the migration of Scolytidae.. Rev. for. franc, 5: 5, 321-7

Plantations of Populus deltoides in Colchis (Georgia).. Lesn. Hoz, 5: 1, 37-8

Plantations of S. javanica in Java.. Rimba Indonesia. 3: 3/4, 141-51

Plantations of Sitka Spruce in Slovenia.. Gozd. Vestn, 9: 1/2, 20-6

Plantations of Sugar Maple made with wildings.. C.R. 28e Assembl. ann. Ass. Ingen. for. Quebec 1949. 43-5

Plantations of northern hardwoods. Some factors influencing their success. Bull. Cornell agric. Exp.Sta, 853: 31

Plantations on peatlands. Rep. For. Res. For. Comm., Lond. 50. 1951. 33-6

Plantations under the famine relief scheme, Bahraich forest division. Indian For, 79: 11, 603-10

Plantebakterioser. (Bacterial diseases of plants. Horticultura, 7: 71-81

Planted Loblolly Pines respond to mulching. J. For, 50: 4, 317-8

Planted White Pine makes good growth at Mohican. For. Mimeo. Ohio agric. Exp. Sta, 7, 1

Planted black locust on claypan soils of southern Illinois. Cent. St. For. Expt. Sta. Notes, 46, 2

Plantensjiektenkundige bepalingen bij de export van aardappelen. Landbouwkundig Tijdschrift, 61: 9, 652-659

Planter plates and new planters. Fmg S. Afr, 24: 458

Planters' and Research Workers' Conference, Chikmagalur. Indian Coffee, 15: 78-84; 85

Planters' day at Lyamungu. Mon. Bull. Coffee Bd Kenya. 11: 140 p

Plantes-hotes et predateurs de la Cochenille farineuse du Manguier Rastrococcus invadens Williams, 1986, nouvellement introduite a Dakar, Senegal (Hemiptera, Pseudococcidae). Bulletin de la Societe Entomologique de France 112(1): 121-125

Plantesygdomme Danmark 1949. 7. Skadedyr pa landbrugsplanter. 8. Skadedyr pa havebrugsplanter. Tidsskrift for Planteavl, 55: 37-51

Plantesygdomme i Danmark 1947. 7. Skadedyr pa landbrugsplanter. 8. Skadedyr pa havebrugsplanter. Tidsskrift for Planteavl, 53: 2, 212-223

Plantesygdomme i Danmark 1953. Tidsskrift for Planteavl. 59: 3, 369-432

Planting Loblolly Pine outside its natural range. J. For, 48: 4, 278-9

Planting Nicotiana rustica in groups on the square.. Zemledelie, 2: 3, 79-80

Planting Pine seedlings in combination with maize sowings in Voronezh.. Lesn. Hoz, 3: 9, 85

Planting Poplars on quarry spoil mounds and boulder banks.. Forst- und Holzw, 9A: 6, 122-123

Planting Poplars with the help of explosives.. Bull. Soc. For. Belg, 59: 8/9, 400-404

Planting Willows for erosion control: treatment of the cuttings (with the proprietary growth substance 'Belvitan').. Forstarchiv. 22: 11/12, 165-167

Planting a new macadamia orchard. Hawaii Fm Sci, 3: 1, 6, 8

Planting after clear felling and burning. Malay. Forester. 12: 3, 142-3

Planting and after care of budded stumps and stumped bud grafts. Adv. Circ. Rubb. Res. Inst, Ceylon., 38: 5

Planting and emergence application of a water-soluble dinitro and CMU to field corn. Proc. 7th N.-E. Weed Contr. Conf., 1953. 169-73

Planting and growing Cottonwood on bottomlands. Bull. Miss. agric. Exp. Sta, 485, 23

Planting and irrigation studies with sugar beet. Nebraska Univ. Agric. Exp. Sta. 62nd Annual Report, 124-5

Planting clonal seed. Bergcultures, 18: 122-33

Planting coconut seedlings. Ceylon Coconut Quart, 1: 2, 25-8

Planting coconuts on old rubber lands. Ceylon Cocon. Quart, 4: 17-18

Planting coffee. Suelo Tico, 2: 172-4; 377-8; 480-1

Planting date and cotton production in the Buganda province of Uganda. Empire Jour Exptl Agric 17(68): 245-258

Planting densities for the oil palm. Oleagineux, 10: 117-22. bibl. 2

Planting density and fertilizing for the hybrid US-13.. An. Estac. exp. Aula Dei. 3: 261-265

Planting density of fruit crops. Rev. hort. Alger, 56: 316-23

Planting density, hydrodynamic exposure and mussel beds affect survival of transplanted intertidal eelgrass. Marine Ecology Progress Series 336: 121-129

Planting depth trials with potatoes. Forskn. Landbruk. 1: 59-73

Planting distance on denuded karst, particularly for Pinus halepensis.. Sum. List, 75: 8/10, 286-96

Planting distances of Aleppo Pine trees in a forest.. La-Yaaran. 3: 1, 29, 35

Planting esparto grass (Stipa tenacissima). Agricultura. Madrid, 16: 489

Planting experiments on lowland heaths. Rep. For. Res. For. Comm., Lond. 9. 1950. 48-50

Planting experiments with Spruce at different times during the growing season.. Medd. norske Skogforsoksv, 11: 1, 31-77

Planting experiments with exotic tree species in the gardens of the Forest Research Institute.. Rimba Indonesia. 3: 11/12, 437-84

Planting for plenty. Planting for plenty, Faber & Faber, London, 112. Price: 8s. 6d,

Planting for protection in the wind-eroded area of the southern Vienna Basin.. Ost. Vjschr. Forstw, 94: 3/4, 211-9

Planting for the winter supply of vegetables. N.Z. J. Agric, 87: 517-22

Planting from the skies. Southern Lumberman 179(2249): 176-177

Planting fruit trees. Publ. Estacion Experimental de Aula Dei, Zaragoza, 141. Price: 45 pesetas. bibl. 93

Planting fruit trees by machine. Fruktodlaren, 122-4

Planting glasshouse lettuce. Fruitgrower, 2842, 1014 p

Planting grafted vines in cartons. Rev. romande Agric. Vitic, 8: 13-14

Planting material. Quart. Circ. Ceylon Rubb. Res. Inst, 29: 0.75, 61-74

Planting material for coconuts. Ceylon Cocon. Quart, 6: 75-80

Planting material of cacao. 3. What to plant in Java. Bergcultures, 17: 31; 47; 49; 51; 53. bibl. 10

Planting media for sugarcane fuzz and seedlings. Proc. 29th annu. Congr. S. Afr. Sugar Tech, 115-17

Planting methods in Budongo Forest. Rep. For Dep. Uganda 1947. 8-9

Planting oaks in shallow holes as a means of controlling drying-up in light chestnut soils.. Poch-vovedenie, 585-603

Planting of Eucalypts in mixture.. Brasil madeireiro. 2: 11, 41

Planting of Meranti Tembaga in belukar. Malay. Forester. 12: 2, 80-1

Planting of Norway Spruce and 'red rot'. Gozd. Vestn, 11: 6/7, 178-84

Planting of fruit trees in protective woodland strips.. Sad i Ogorod (Orchard and garden). 7, 3-10

Planting of hardwoods in mixture. Quart Jour Forest 45(3): 145-155

Planting of water-tolerant trees along margins of fluctuating-level reservoirs. Iowa State Coll Jour Sci 22(4): 431-447

Planting of waterlogged ground.. Lesn. Hoz, 5: 7, 92

Planting out citrus trees. Fmg S. Afr, 28: 15-17

Planting pines in clusters. Agrobiologija (Agrobiology), 1, 92-101

Planting poorly-drained wet sites. Tech. Notes Lake St. For. Exp. Sta, 276, 1

Planting potatoes in summer with tubers previously harvested in the Crimea.. Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR (News Acad. Sci. USSR) Ser. Biol, 1, 36-62

Planting recommendations, 1955-6. RRI Plant. Bull, 46-49

Planting shelter for pigs. N.Z. J. Agric, 85: 6, 4758

Planting site evaluation. Rep. Sth. For. Exp. Sta. 1947. 15-16

Planting snowscreens-shelterbelts-along. Tidsskr. Skogbr, 61: 10, 393-5

Planting stock dropped by air. Tree Plant. Notes. 20, 26-7

Planting stock storage in the California Pine region. Tech. Pap. Calif. For. Range Exp. Sta, 3, 12

Planting strip-mined areas in north Alabama. Rep. Sth. For. Exp. Sta. 1952. 14-5

Planting studies. Yearb. Carib. Res. 1949. 173-4

Planting systems, plant density and thinning in rubber plantations. Bergcultures. 19: 454-67. bibl. 12

Planting systems. An enquiry ordered by the Board of Management of the Coconut Research Scheme. Ceylon Coconut Quart, 1: 2, 29-31

Planting technique for Eucalypts in Hong Kong. Rep. Dir. Agric. Fish. For. Hong Kong 53. 1953. 70

Planting the Southern Pines. Occ. Pap. Sth. For. Exp. Sta, 122, 579

Planting the Southern Pines. Agric. Monogr. U.S. Dep. Agric. For. Serv, 18: v+233

Planting time and survival percent for several methods of planting Shortleaf Pine in Southern Illinois. Rep. Cent. St. For. Exp. Sta. 1949. 45

Planting times for Siberian Larch.. Lesn. Khoz, 2, 87-8

Planting trees and hardwood cuttings on the Canadian Prairies. Publ. exp. Fms Serv., Dep. agric, Canada, 864: 13

Planting trials with transpiration retardants in California. Tree Plant. Notes. 20, 19-22

Planting vegetables in groups on the square under irrigation.. Doklady vsesojuz. Akad. seljsk. Nauk, 19: 1, 15

Planting vines in groups on the square.. Sad i Ogorod, 10, 63-6

Planting vineyards with young plants from cuttings.. Sad i Ogorod. 3, 45-6

Planting walnut groves in Moldavia.. Sad i Ogorod, 8, 61-5

Planting with a sand mulch in Knesebeck Forest District.. Forst- und Holzw, 9A: 6, 119-122

Planting with pressed balls. (A contribution to the improvement of planting methods in the. Wald. 3: 1, 19-25

Planting young fruit trees. J. Dep. Agric. Vict, 46: 261-2

Planting-water treatments for the control of wireworms in tobacco. Ann Rept Ent Soc Ontario 83: 54-57

Plantings of Tamarisk trees for saw logs. Rep. Ariz. agric. Exp. Sta. 1947. 20-1

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Plants and experiences in the eastern Mediterranean. J. roy. hort. Soc, 72: 13-17

Plants and other materials poisonous to livestock. Circ.A-158 N.Dak.agric.Coll.ext. Serv, 4

Plants and seeds introduced by the Maize Experiment Station in 1948 (Nos. 48001-48310). Ann. Sper. agr, 3: 5, ix-xxix

Plants and soils of the semi-arid zone of south western Australia. Proc. Symp. Sci. Probl. Land Use arid Reg, Cairo, 111-124

Plants and vegetation as exhaust1ble resources. Science, 108: 587-8

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Plants as indicators of ground water in Southern Africa. Trees S. Afr, 7: 3, 6-10

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Plants eaten by Hypogymna morio L. Bodenkultur. 5: 4, 492-506. bibl. 36

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Plants for special uses. Econ Bot 2(1): 58-72

Plants for contour strip cultivation for soil conservation.. Agric. trop., Bogota. 5: 7, 33-40

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Plants grown in the Argentine Republic: Ebenaceae. Publ. Minist. Agric. B. Aires. 8: 158, 22. bibl. 45

Plants in plastic. Meded. Inst. Vered. Tuinbouwgew, 55: 13. Price: fl. 0.50, bibl. 8

Plants indicating the fertility level of the edapho-climatic cultural complex in tropical Africa.. Agron. Trop, 3: 246-257

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Plants indicative of the level of fertility of the cultural edapho-climatic complex in tropical Africa.. Bull. Agric. Congo Belge. 40: 735-748

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Plants new for Palestine. 3. Palest. J. Bot, 4: 237-8

Plants new for the flora of Iraq. Palest. J. Bot, 4: 234-6

Plants of Czechoslovakian forests.. Lesn. Kiihovna mala Rada. 19, 502. Price: Kcs

Plants of raw material in the deserts of Egypt. Proc. Sympos. sci. Probs Land Use arid Regs, 1954. 70-6

Plants of the Cambridge Expedition 1947-1948: II. A new order of flowering plants from the British Cameroons. Kew Bull (2): 227-236

Plants of the Spanish mountains. An. Esta. exp. Aula Dei, 3: 3-4, 267-352. bibl. 51

Plants poisoning livestock. Rec.Med.Vet, 127: 733-766

Plants poisonous to domestic animals. Biologico, S. Paulo, 12: 137-8

Plants poisonous to livestock. Fact Sheet 91 Univ. Maryland Coop. Ext. Sen, 4

Plants poisonous to sheep. Qd. agric. J, 64: 82-95

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Plants providing fish poisons in New Caledonia. Rev. int. Bot. appl, 30: 86-8. bibl. 2

Plants suitable for covering the embankments and dams of the Great Turkmenian Canal.. Bot. Z. SSSR. (Bot. J., USSR). 37: 4, 434-41

Plants suitable for soil cover. Investigation of their covering and stabilizing abilities.. Bragantia, 9: 133-146

Plants toxic to livestock in the central region of Argentina. Rev. Fac. Agron., La Plata, 31: 2, 133-336. bibl. 323

Plants upon which tuber flea beetles and western potato flea beetles propagate. Jour Econ Ent 41(1): 6-9

Plants used as filling (for mattresses etc.) in Gabon.. Rev. int. Bot. appl. Agric. trop, 31: 343/344, 322-6

Plants useful for the rehabilitation of the soil. Inquiry into their covering and binding characteristics. Bragantia, 9: 133-40. bibl. 10

Plants which protect the soil from erosion. Docklady Vsesojuz Akad. S.-H. Nauk. 1, 3-6

Plants without soil . .. Bull. hort. Liege. 9: 255-7

Plants, herbs and flowers for drugs, liquors and perfumes. Ital. Agric, 88: 102-7

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Plants, micro-organisms and organic matter. I. The rhizosphere.. Microbiol. esp, 7: 31-50

Plants, phosphorite and calcium salts.. Pitan. Rast, 220-238

Plants, wild and cultivated by the natives for use as food. An. Inst. Med.--trop., Lisbon. 10: 1583-1603

Plaque form of warty dyskeratoma - acantholytic dyskeratotic acanthoma. Journal of Cutaneous Pathology 34(6): 494-496

Plaque formation and lactic acid production after the use of amine fluoride/stannous fluoride mouthrinse. European Journal of Oral Sciences 115(2): 148-152

Plaque formation by Japanese encephalitis virus bound to mosquito C6/36 cells after low pH exposure on the cell surface. Japanese Journal of Infectious Diseases 60(2-3): 118-120

Plaque formation by Xanthomonas pruni bacteriophage. Phytopath 40(9): 876-878

Plaque-like placental lesions in cattle. Brit Vet Jour 111(6): 258-260

Plaques produced on a monolayer tissue culture by single particles of an animal virus. Science. 115: 481-482

Plasma 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels and risk of incident hypertension. Hypertension 49(5): 1063-1069

Plasma PBDE and thyroxine levels in rats exposed to Bromkal or BDE-47. Chemosphere 67(9): S386-S392

Plasma S/R ratio of warfarin co-varies with VKORC1 haplotype . Blood Coagulation & Fibrinolysis 18(3): 293-296

Plasma adrenocorticotropin (ACTH) values and cortisol response to 250 and 1 mu g ACTH stimulation in patients with hyperthyroidism before and after carbimazole therapy: Case-control comparative study. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 92(5): 1693-1696

Plasma agouti-related protein (AGRP), growth hormone, insulin responses to a single circuit-resistance exercise in male college students. Peptides 28(5): 1035-1039

Plasma alpha -amino acid nitrogen and serum lipids of surgical patients. J. Clin. Invest, 25: 701-708

Plasma amino-acid levels following protein ingestion by pregnant and non-pregnant subjects. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of the British Empire 62(3): 390-394

Plasma and CNS concentrations of Gaboxadol in rats following subcutaneous administration. European Journal of Pharmacology 562(1-2): 47-52

Plasma and blood volume in the cow using the T-1824 hematocrit method. American Journal of Physiology 173(3): 421-427

Plasma and blood volumes of mouse organs, as determined with radioactive iodoproteins. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 75(1): 16-20

Plasma and corpuscular cholesterol in sprue. Brit. J. Exp. Pathol. 28: 152-160

Plasma and Liver Protein Levels in Rats Fed the Carcinogen 2-Acetylaminofluorene. Science 110(2852): 216-217

Plasma and milk tocopherol levels of cows compared with the plasma tocopherol levels of their foster calves. American Journal of Veterinary Research 16(58): 64-68

Plasma and red cell iron turnover in normal subjects and in patients having various hematopoietic disorders. Journal of Clinical Investigation 29(8): 1041-1052

Plasma and red cell radioiron following intravenous injection; turpentine abscesses in normal and anemic dogs. Journal of Experimental Medicine 90(4): 273-282

Plasma and storage levels of vitamin A and carotene in relation to intake by calves on different diets. J. Dairy Sci, 35: 687-692

Plasma and urine levels of resistin and adiponectin in chronic kidney disease. Cytokine 37(1): 1-5

Plasma ascorbic acid and pituitary-adrenal activity. Canadian Journal of Medical Sciences 29(4): 176-181

Plasma asymmetric dimethylarginine concentration during the perinatal period. Neonatology 92(1): 8-13

Plasma blood cholesterol and plasma blood protein of lactating women. J. Obstet. Gynaec, Brit. Emp., 59: 2, 226-33

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Plasma cholesterol of roosters under various conditions. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 78(3): 883-885

Plasma concentration and local anesthetic activity of procaine hydrochloride following subcutaneous administration to horses. American Journal of Veterinary Research 68(5): 495-500

Plasma copper content of healthy Indian adults. Ann. Biochem. Exp. Med, 9: 165-168

Plasma cysteine concentrations in uncomplicated pregnancies. Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy 22(4): 254-258

Plasma cytokines profile in older subjects with late onset Alzheimer's disease or vascular dementia. Journal of Psychiatric Research 41(8): 686-693

Plasma dopamine and noradrenaline variations in response to stress. Physiology & Behavior 91(2-3): 208-211

Plasma drops in Alpha butter. Milchwissenschaft, 4: 3, 78-80

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Plasma exchange combined with immunosuppressive treatment in a child with rapidly progressive IgA nephropathy. Pediatric Nephrology 22(6): 899-902

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Plasma fatty acids and lipid hydroperoxides increase after antibiotic therapy in cystic fibrosis. European Respiratory Journal 29(5): 958-964

Plasma glucosamine and its pathological modifications. Revista Clinica Espanola 52(6): 374-381

Plasma glutamine and glutamic acid in children with brain diseases as compared with normal children. Acta Paediatrica 43(4): 320-326

Plasma inorganic iodide as a homeostatic regulator of thyroid function. Journal of Biological Chemistry 174(2): 555-564

Plasma inorganic iodide, a chemical regulator of normal thyroid function. Endocrinology 42(6): 468-471

Plasma iron and saturation of plasma iron-binding protein in dogs as related to the gastro-intestinal absorption of radioiron. Journal of Experimental Medicine 92(4): 367-373

Plasma iron deficiency in pregnancy in the Philippines. Acta Medica Philippina 6(3): 253-261

Plasma iron in new-born babies. Nature. 157: 658

Plasma iron; normal values; response following medication. American Journal of the Medical Sciences 223(6): 633-641

Plasma l-Methionine Levels Following Intravenous Administration in Humans. Science 106(2753): 319-320

Plasma level of mitochondrial coupling factor 6 increases in patients with coronary heart disease. Circulation Journal 71(5): 693-697

Plasma levels and adipose tissue messenger ribonucleic acid expression of retinol-binding protein 4 are reduced during calorie restriction in obese subjects but are not related to diet-induced changes in insulin sensitivity. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 92(6): 2330-2335

Plasma levels of acylated ghrelin during an oral glucose tolerance test in obese children. Journal of Endocrinological Investigation 30(2): 133-137

Plasma levels of leptin are associated with the plasma levels of LDL conjugated dienes in children. Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism 51(1): 1-6

Plasma levels of radioactive iodine (I131) in human tracer studies. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 72(2): 474-476

Plasma levels of unactivated thrombin activatable fibrinolysis inhibitor (TAFI) are down-regulated in young adult women: analysis of a normal Japanese population. Microbiology and Immunology 51(5): 507-517

Plasma lipids in fat deficiency. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 86(3): 449-451

Plasma lipoid phosphorus in toxaemias of pregnancy. Glasgow Med Jour 31(2): 70-77

Plasma lipoproteins and triacylglycerol are predictors of small, dense LDL particles. Lipids 42(5): 403-409

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Plasma magnesium in disorders of the thyroid gland. Canadian Journal of Research. Section E, Medical Sciences 27(1): 10-13

Plasma membrane Ca2+-ATPase isoforms in frog crista ampullaris: identification of PMCA1 and PMCA2 specific splice variants. Hearing Research 228(1-2): 11-21

Plasma membrane delivery, endocytosis and turnover of transcobalamin receptor in polarized human intestinal epithelial cells. Journal of Physiology 581(Pt 2): 457-466

Plasma membrane ion channels in suicidal cell death. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 462(2): 189-194

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Plasma oxytocin levels and anxiety in patients with major depression. Psychoneuroendocrinology 32(4): 407-410

Plasma phosphatase activities of normal and lymphomatous chickens. Cancer Research 15(8): 537-540

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Plasma Protein And Hemoglobin Production : Deletion Of Individual Amino Acids From Growth Mixture Of Ten Essential Amino Acids. Significant Changes In Urinary Nitrogen. Journal of Experimental Medicine 85(3): 243-265

Plasma protein changes in equine infectious anemia. American Journal of Veterinary Research 13(46): 83-89

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Plasma protein studies on normal newborn and premature infants. 1. Plasma protein values for normal full term and normal premature infants. Amer. J. Dia. Child, 75: 265-278

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Plasma proteins in health and disease. 1. Plasma proteins in healthy individuals. Indian J. Med. Res, 35: 281-294

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Plasma tocopherol levels in various pathologic conditions. Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 34(5): 648-652

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