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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 38902

Chapter 38902 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Predictive factors for persistent use and compliance of immediate-release methylphenidate: a 36-month naturalistic study. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology 19(6): 673-681

Alburnite, Ag8GeTe2S4, a new mineral species from the Rosia Montana Au-Ag epithermal deposit, Apuseni Mountains, Romania. American Mineralogist (99): 57-64

Effect of radiation, temperature, and moisture on conidial germination of Alternaria solani. Phytopathology 78: 926-930

Remembering: A Study in Experimental and Social Psychology. Cambridge University Press

Application of thermal analysis techniques in soil science. Geoderma 153: 1–10

Deterioration mechanisms in air-dry pea seeds during early aging. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 87: 133-139

Disappearance of fat body proteins during soldier differentiation in the neotropical termite Heterotermes tenuis (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae). Zoomorphology September 2014:

Oropharyngeal morphology in the basal tortoise Manouria emys emys with comments on form and function of the testudinid tongue. Journal of Morphology 272(10): 1217-1229

Sesquiterpene carboxylic acids from a wild tomato species affect larval feeding behavior and survival of Helicoverpa zea and Spodoptera exigua (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). J Econ Entomol. 94(5): 1249-1259

A new sesquiterpene as an antifouling substance from a palauan marine sponge, dysidea herbacea. Journal of Natural Products 62(2): 395-396

Biopharmaceutical potential of lichens. Pharmaceutical Biology 50(6): 778-798

Effect of different concentrations of IBA on rooting of litchi (Litchi chinensis) in air layering. Pakist. J. Biol. Sci. 3(2): 330-331

A New Species of Liolaemus (Iguania: Liolaemidae) of the alticolor-bibronii Group from Northern Chile. South American Journal of Herpetology, 9(1): 20-29

A versatile membrane system for bulk storage and shipping of produce in a modified atmosphere. Journal of Membrane Science 324(1–2): 119-127

Treatment of early seropositive rheumatoid arthritis: a two-year, double-blind comparison of minocycline and hydroxychloroquine. Arthritis Rheum 44(10): 2235-2241

Analysis of flavonoids from red clover by liquid chromatography—electrospray mass spectrometry. Journal of Chromatography A 755(1): 127-132

The emotional Stroop task and psychopathology. Psychol Bull 120(1): 3-24

Potentilla turkestanica, a rare species new to the flora of Russia. Turczaninowia 14(2): 101–105

Bioavailability of ferulic acid. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 253(2): 222-227

An agronomic and taxonomic review of the genus melilotus mill.. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 1-20

Variation in breadmaking quality of systematic controls in a wheat breeding nursery and its relationship to plant breeding procedures. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 21-28

Influence of moisture stress, relative humidity and oxygen diffusion rate on seed set and yield of wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 29-37

Effectiveness and compatibility of fungicides, insecticides, and starter solutions applied jointly to cauliflower. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 39-47

Cadmium residues in apple fruit and foliage following a cover spray of cadmium chloride. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 49-52

Magnesium deficiency in greenhouse tomatoes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 53-59

Yield of dry matter and nitrogen from tops and roots of sweetclover, alfalfa and red clover at five stages of growth. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 61-68

Measurement of root distribution of irrigated tomatoes with the p-32 injection technique. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 69-74

Viable seed populations in alberta prairie topsoils. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 75-82

La semence infectee, source d’inoculum de la tache argentee dans les sols affectes a la culture des pommes de terre. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 83-86

Control of winter annual forms of stinkweed and flixweed. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 87-89

Depth of migration of meloidogyne incognita (nematodea) associated with greenhouse tomato and cucumber roots. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 90-92

Varietal differences in the uptakes of strontium-85 and calcium-45 by wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 93-94

Stimulation of rhizome and shoot growth of the lowbush blueberry by 2-chloroethanephosphonic acid. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 95-96

Sorbitol occurrence in malus leaves and fruits. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 97-98

Wind pollination of male sterile wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 98-99

Hybrid rugosa rose ’martin frobisher’. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 100

A rhizotron for in situ root growth studies. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 101-104

Microscope trolley for rhizotron. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 104-106

Precise temperature control for a domestic freezer. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 107-110

Plant growth cabinet with hot gas bypass temperature control. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(1): 111-112

Protein quantity and quality as factors in the evaluation of bread wheats. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 113-122

Seasonal precipitation, evaporation, soil moisture, and yield of fertilized range vegetation. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 123-128

Influence of air temperature, light intensity, soil moisture stress and soil aeration on moisture use by wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 129-137

Effect of photoperiod and temperature on seedling development of olli and vantage barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 139-147

EFFECT OF CULTIVATION AND NITROGEN ON FRUIT QUALITY, YIELD AND COLOR OF McINTOSH APPLES GROWN IN IRRIGATED GRASS SOD COVER CROP. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 149-154

Effects of dilute sprays of simazine on spring wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 155-158

Measurement of frost hardiness in two-year-old douglas fir seedlings. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 159-172

Agronomic significance of supernumerary chromosomes in controlled-cross progenies and experimental synthetics of crested wheatgrass. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 173-179

The reaction of sweetclover varieties to brown root rot. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 181-183

Effects of sample preparation methods on the isoflavones of red clover. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 185-188

Influence of top removal on the carbohydrate levels of alfalfa crowns and roots grown in a gnotobiotic environment. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 189-195

Consistency of reaction in wheat lines to common root rot. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 197-201

Seedling vigor studies in morshansk birdsfoot trefoil. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 203-208

Herbicidal properties of substituted indans. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 209-215

Heritability and interrelationships of some agronomic characters in grain sorghum. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 217-218

Stem lengths and bloom weights of greenhouse pot chrysanthemums treated with combinations of growth retardant and systemic insecticides. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 219-221

Alteration of exogenously applied indoleacetic acid to non-indolic substances in apple leaf. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 222-224

Absorption of magnesium by apple leaves following application in dilute and concentrate sprays. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 225-226

Matsqui red raspberry. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 227

Yamaska oats. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 228-229

Harbelle peach. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 230

An inexpensive space-integrating light meter for field crop research. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(2): 231-234

Significance of antibiotic production by cephalosporium gramineum to its saprophytic survival. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 235-246

Air-borne pollen surveys in eastern canada. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 247-253

Effects of the d genome on milling and baking properties of wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 255-263

Suppression of rots on four varieties of mature green tomatoes in controlled atmosphere storage. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 265-269

Effect of five soil water regimes on growth and composition of snap beans. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 271-278

Soluble proteins and cold hardiness of two woody species . Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 279-286

Susceptibility to the yellow dwarf virus of barley varieties grown in manitoba, and assessment of african varieties for tolerance. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 287-292

Variation of chemical constituents and morphological characters within and between alfalfa populations. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 293-305

Influence of row spacing on yield and creeping root development of rambler alfalfa in a semiarid region. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 307-311

Inheritance of fatty acid composition in winter forms of rapeseed, brassica napus. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 313-319

Effect of stage and height of cutting on the dry matter yield and persistence of intermediate wheatgrass, bromegrass, and reed canarygrass. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 321-332

INFLUENCE OF FORM OF NITROGEN AND pH ON GROWTH AND NUTRIENT LEVELS IN THE LEAVES AND ROOTS OF THE LOWBUSH BLUEBERRY. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 333-338

Effect of dates of cutting on dry matter production and chemical content of alfalfa and birdsfoot trefoil. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 339-349

Evaluation of pinegrass as range forage. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 351-359

Effect of growth stage at harvest on the nutritive value of a grain corn grown for silage. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 361-370

Comparison of techniques for self pollination in red raspberry breeding programs. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 371-372

Increased pollen abortion caused by viruses in four red raspberry cultivars. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 373-374

Nickel residues in apple fruit and foliage following a foliar spray of nickel chloride. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 375-377

Adsorption of some herbicides by soil and roots. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 378-380

Control of selenophoma leaf spot in clones of bromus inermis by burning crop debris. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 381-383

A double cone seeder modified to apply fungicidal pellets above seed. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 384-385

Ethylene analyses by automatic gas chromatography. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(3): 386-391

Isotope fractionation and 13C enrichment in soil profiles during the decomposition of soil organic matter. Oecologia 153(1): 89-98

Correlations involving oil and fatty acids in rapeseed. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(5): 573-580

Growth of grasses on three root media in the greenhouse. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 49(5): 635-637

Silicone-based vascular prosthesis: assessment of the mechanical properties. Annals of Vascular Surgery 22(1): 106-114

Artifactual nonlinearity due to wear grooves and friction in four-point bending experiments of cortical bone. Journal of Biomechanics 30(2): 185-188

Efficient secretion of Bacillus subtilis levanase by Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Gene 161(1): 45-49

Bioprospecting with reference to medicinal insects and tribes in India: an overview. Indian Forester 134(12): 1575-1591

A study of phosphate adsorption by four Bangladesh soils. Geoderma 9(3): 221-227

A Survey of Chemical Constituents In Cultivars of Nicotiana Tabacum From Different Geographical Areas. Tobacco Sci 12: 81-85

In vitro effect of Nicotiana tabacum aqueous extract on Rhipicephalus haemaphysaloides ticks. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 74(7): 730-731

Production of well-matured compost from night-soil sludge by an extremely short period of thermophilic composting. Waste Management 31(3): 495-501

Feline lungworm infection (Aelurostrongylus abstrusus). Case report. Rev Med Vet Zoot 50: 30-34

Bronchiolitis obliterans induced by intratracheal papaverine: a novel animal model. Lung 182(2): 119-134

Ecological and socio-economic factors influencing aguaje (Mauritia flexuosa) resource management in two indigenous communities in the Peruvian Amazon. Forest Ecology and Management 267(1): 93-103

Comparison of Cadmium Kinetics in Four Soil Arthropod Species. Arch. Environ. Contain. Toxicot. 20: 305-312

Identification of a Strain of Mycoplasma ovipneumonia from the Lung of a Neumonia Sheep. Chinese Journal of Preventive Veterinary Medicine 28( 4): 375-379

Aluminous goethite: A mössbauer study. Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 8(4): 180-187

Possibility of corn seed yield increase by stem height reduction. Ilmu Pertanian 12(2): 117-124

Optimal adaptive control of (bio)chemical reactors: past, present and future. Journal of Process Control 14: 795-805

Studies on methods and materials for testing alfalfa for resistance to bacterial wilt. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(1): 1-11

Discriminant function analysis in identification of peach varieties in nursery trees. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(1): 12-25

The distribution and importance of the clover root borer (hylastinus obscurus (marsh) coleoptera: scolytidae) in quebec. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(1): 26-33

A comparison of the line interception, vertical point quadrat, and loop methods as used in measuring basal area of grassland vegetation. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(1): 34-42

Studies on sunflower rust: i. some sources of rust resistance. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(1): 43-54

Genetic changes in apples induced by thermal neutrons. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(1): 55-58

A study of the germination of barley seed treated to control loose smut. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(1): 59-68

A comparison of mcp and 2,4-d for the control of annual weeds in grain crops. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(1): 69-83

Further note on surfactants in concentrate mixture for control of apple scab. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(1): 82-83

Characteristics of spray deposits resulting from aircraft application of oil-carrier sprays. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(2): 85-96

Studies on the establishment of cultivated grasses and legumes on burned-over land in northern canada. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(2): 97-101

Physiological races of venturia inaequalis. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(2): 102-107

Control of cutworms in asparagus fields in the interior of british columbia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(2): 108-112

Relation of date of seeding winter wheat in southern alberta to losses from wheat streak mosaic, root rot, and rust. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(2): 113-127

The lignin content of six clonal lines of intermediate wheatgrass. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(2): 128-131

Aster yellows on celery in ontario. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(2): 132-135

Physical and chemical aspects related to mealiness in the potato. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(2): 136-148

The effect of swathing at different stages of maturity on the bushel weight and yield of wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(2): 149-156

Primary place of action and symptoms induced in plants by 3-(4-chlorophenyl)-1, 1-dimethylurea. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(2): 157-166

Magnesium, calcium, and boron nutrition of the strawberry in relation to black root disease. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(2): 167-173

Note on pollination conditions as a possible source of variation in alfalfa forage yields. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(2): 174-175

The inheritance of rust resistance. ii. the inheritance of stem rust resistance in six additional varieties of common wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(3): 177-192

Effect of molybdenum applications on leguminous hay crops in prince edward island. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(3): 193-195

Effect of insecticides and herbicides applied to soil on the development of plant diseases. i. the seedling disease of barley caused by helminthosporium sativum p. k. & b.. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(3): 196-204

The influence of combined nitrogen on nodulation and nitrogen fixation by rhizobium meliloti dangeard. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(3): 205-214

Emergence of intermediate wheatgrass lines from five depths of seeding. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(3): 215-219

Some aspects of the relation between nectar secretion and nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium nutrition. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(3): 220-236

Downy mildew of onion and its control in the british columbia interior. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(3): 237-244

The effect of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium on lodging in oats. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(3): 245-251

Further experiments on control of the onion maggot, hylemya antiqua (mg.), in the interior of british columbia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(3): 252-258

Further observations of flat limb of gravenstein. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(3): 259-261

Some factors affecting hull adherence in barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(3): 262-273

A portable forage crop chopper. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(3): 274

Physiologic specialization of wheat stem rust in canada, 1919 to 1955. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(3): 275-287

Ddt and ddd residues on tomatoes processed into juice. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(3): 288-291

Sawfly resistance in wheat: ii. differences between wheat grown in the greenhouse and on irrigated land. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(3): 292-299

Genetic analyses of certain characters in common wheat using whole chromosome substitution lines. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(3): 300-326

Methods of evaluating stock/scion compatibility in apple trees. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(4): 327-336

The identification and distribution of physiologic races of ascochyta pisi lib. in canada. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(4): 337-341

Root and stalk rot of field corn in southwestern ontario: i. sequence of infection and incidence of the disease in relation to maturation of inbred lines. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(4): 342-346

Further studies of the relationship of soil phosphorus tests to the phosphatic fertilizer requirement of the tomato. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(4): 347-352

Prevalence of helminthosporium sativum, fusarium culmorum and certain other fungi in experimental plots subjected to various cultural and manurial treatments. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(4): 353-365

The inheritance of rust resistance. iii. the inheritance of stem rust resistance in nine kenya varieties of common wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(4): 366-384

Spraying tomatoes for the control of leaf spot, early blight and late blight. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(4): 385-391

Growth and development of some field crops as influenced by climatic phenomena at two diverse latitudes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(4): 392-406

Factors in relation to tuber quality in potatoes.: iv. tuber metabolic stage and its influence on total solanine. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(4): 407-412

Chemical control of the european wireworm agriotes obscurus (l.) in the lower fraser valley of british columbia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(4): 413-417

A crop harvester for forage plots. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(4): 418-422

Some aspects of a ryania-glyodin spray schedule in british columbia apple orchards: i. entomological, horticultural, and economic aspects. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(4): 423-433

Some aspects of a ryania-glyodin spray schedule in british columbia apple orchards: ii. effect on storage quality of mcintosh, delicious and newtown apples. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(4): 434-439

Note on a simple and efficient method for selecting tetraploids from a population of red clover plants of unknown ploidy. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 37(4): 440-441

Controlled low temperature tests of sprouted seeds as a measure of cold hardiness of winter wheat varieties. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 1-7

Inheritance of persistent sepals in green sprouting broccoli. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 8-11

Yield and chemical composition of oats when harvested at four stages of maturity. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 12-15

Wheat rust epidemics in western canada in 1953, 1954 and 1955. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 16-28

Longevity studies with wheat seed and certain seed-borne fungi. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 29-33

Chemical control of insects attacking alfalfa in southwestern ontario. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 34-38

The use of pollen inserts for tree fruit pollination. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 39-44

Inheritance of reaction to ustilago hordei (pers.) lagerh. in cultivated barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 45-60

Recent trials with new acaricides in british columbia orchards. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 61-66

Polyembryony in tomatoes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 67-72

Chemical composition of various commercial grades of canadian flue-cured tobacco. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 73-80

Influence of weathering on ddt coverage in a potato spray program. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 81-83

An electronic seed counter. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 84-87

Malting quality of canadian barleys. vii. parkland. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 88-93

Influences of some fungicides on orchard mites in british columbia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 94-105

A nineteen-chromosome barley plant. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 106-110

Studies on the cytology of bromegrass, bromus inermis leyss.. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 111-117

Note on an automatic start device for frost control by sprinkler irrigation. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 118-119

Note on a fluorescence test to distinguish seeds of alfalfa and sweet clover in mixtures. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 120-121

Note on the effect of photoperiod and temperature on the development of spike primordia in barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 122-123

Note on an unusual tropism of feeder roots in sugar beets and its possible effect on fertilizer response. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(1): 124-126

Influences of temperature and moisture on hatching of eggs of the pale western cutworm, agrotis orthogonia morr. (lepidoptera: noctuidae). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 127-134

The effect of irrigation on yield and malting quality of barley in southern alberta. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 135-138

The effect of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers on the yield and protein content of spring wheat grown on stubble fields in southern alberta. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 139-144

Growth of four races of phytophthora infestans (mont.) de bary in synthetic media. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 145-154

The application of chromatographic methods to a study of the susceptibility of soybean to stem canker. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 155-163

Conversion of latent evaporation to potential evapotranspiration. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 164-172

Control of stem and leaf rust of wheat with fungicides. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 173-180

A test silo and apparatus for ensiling studies. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 181-183

A monosomic analysis of stem rust reaction and awn expression in redman wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 184-187

Factors influencing infestation and injury of rutabagas by root maggots (diptera:anthomyiidae) in prince edward island. i. field studies. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 188-198

Determination of the number and dominance relationships of genes on substituted chromosomes in common wheat, triticum aestivum l.. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 199-205

Chemical composition of alfalfa as related to degree of tolerance to manganese and aluminium. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 206-214

The inheritance of resistance to ascochyta pisi lib. in peas. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 215-218

Inheritance of earliness in barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 219-233

The effects of 2,4-d spray drift on sunflowers. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 234-240

Major and minor element status of healthy and unhealthy alfalfa. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 241-245

Effects of orchard fungicides on stored mcintosh apples. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 246-251

The performance of three grasses when grown alone, in mixture with alfalfa, and in alternate rows with alfalfa. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 252-259

The use of nitrogenous fertilizer in the production of grassland herbage. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 260-267

Note on leaf rust reaction of chinese spring (thatcher) substitution lines. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 268-269

Note on the place of a logarithmic sprayer in testing herbicides for weed control. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 270-273

Note on resistance of sunflowers to leaf mottle disease. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 274-276

Note on a machine for subsurface application of granular insecticides. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(2): 277-280

The inheritance of fluorescence in clinton oats. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(3): 281-286

Moisture and nitrogen contents of stem tissues from solid- and hollow-stemmed varieties of spring wheat and their relation to sawfly resistance. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(3): 287-291

Potassium in plant metabolism. i. effects of light on the mineral composition of normal and potassium-deficient wheat seedlings. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(3): 292-299

The use of a variable dosage sprayer in weed control research. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(3): 300-306

Control of root maggots in rutabagas in prince edward island. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(3): 307-313

Effects of foliage treatments with gibberellin on forage yield of alfalfa, kentucky bluegrass and winter wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(3): 314-319

Studies on the six-spotted leafhopper, macrosteles fascifrons (stål.), and aster yellows in manitoba. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(3): 320-327

Vegetation zones and their relationship to the soils and climate of the upper columbia valley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(3): 328-345

Investigations on the sporting process in greenhouse chrysanthemums. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(3): 346-356

Studies on seed dormancy, plant development, and chemical control of tartary buckwheat (fagopyrum tataricum (l.) gaertn.).: i. seed dormancy. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(3): 357-366

Studies on seed dormancy, plant development, and chemical control of tartary buckwheat (fagopyrum tataricum (l.) gaertn.).: ii. germination, growth, flowering and seed production. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(3): 367-373

Note on a modified electric bird perch for protecting crops. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(3): 374-376

Note on a portable field growth chamber for winter injury studies. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(3): 377-379

Note on differences in susceptibility to sclerotinia wilt in sunflowers. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(3): 380-381

Note on personal error in estimates of basal area when using the vertical point method. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(3): 382-383

Note on alteration of creeping habit of bromegrass by rejuvenation. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(3): 384-385

Acidity of rhubarb petioles as influenced by stage of maturity, season and partial shading. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 387-393

Influence of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium on the cooking quality of potatoes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 394-400

The inheritance of resistance to bacterial wilt (erwinia tracheiphila (e.f.sm.) holland) in cucumber. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 401-404

Evaluation of alfalfa for resistance to bacterial wilt in field and greenhouse tests. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 405-414

Genetic analysis of wheat chromosomes: i. description of proposed methods. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 415-418

A rapid method for estimating the oil content of sunflower seeds. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 419-423

Steam-operated equipment for the partial sterilization of soil, flats and pots. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 424-429

A study of yield and protein response of malting barley varieties to different fertilizers. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 430-439

The bulk bin method of handling fruit.: i. cooling and bruising of mcintosh apples. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 440-444

Anthocyanins and anthocyanidins of the barley pericarp and aleurone tissues. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 445-456

Some biochemical changes on storage in potatoes from prince edward island, and their relation to the quality of chips. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 457-463

A new root rot of florists' chrysanthemums in ontario. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 464-476

Observations on the effects of copper fungicides on strawberry foliage in central new brunswick. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 477-480

Cereal smut races and their variability. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 481-489

A photoelectric device for measurement of leaf areas. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 490-494

The effect of swathing at different stages of maturity upon the bushel weight and yield of barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 495-504

Note on norlea perennial rye grass. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 505

Note on the location of genes for dwarfing in redman wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 506

Note on cumino sweet clover. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 507-508

Note on a portable cutting box for forage crop samples. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 509-510

Note on a flotation apparatus for removing insects from soil. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 511-514

Note on the vegetative reproduction of peach cuttings. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 38(4): 515-516

Inheritance of blue kernel colour in wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(1): 1-8

The control of growth and development in red clover (trifolium pratense l.): i. recording and analysis of developmental patterns in morphogenesis. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(1): 9-24

Variation among rows in power-seeded cereal variety trials. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(1): 25-29

Effect of insecticides and herbicides applied to soil on the development of plant diseases: ii. early blight and fusarium wilt of tomato. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(1): 30-38

Kernel moisture and yield of corn as influenced by pre-harvest foliar desiccation. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(1): 39-42

Broadcast treatments for control of the cabbage maggot in radish, and resultant residues. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(1): 43-47

Influence of gibberellic acid on the nicotine content of cigar tobacco. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(1): 48-55

Chemical control of the narcissus bulb fly, lampetia equestris (f.), in british columbia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(1): 56-62

Studies on seed dormancy, plant development, and chemical control of tartary buckwheat (fagopyrum tataricum (l.) gaertn.): iii. chemical control and effects of competition. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(1): 63-70

A method for estimating the percentage of hybrids in seedlots of first generation advance sunflowers by means of a seedling characteristic. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(1): 71-74

Chemical control of the lesser peach tree borer, synanthedon pictipes (g. & r.) (lepidoptera:aegeriidae), in essex county, ontario. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(1): 75-79

An inexpensive plant growth chamber. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(1): 80-81

Rhizoctonia rubi sp. nov. associated with the dry-berry disease of the loganberry. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(1): 82-85

Soil insecticides for control of root weevils in strawberries in british columbia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(1): 86-91

Fertility of barley autotetraploids: i. fertility in successive generations of four autotetraploid barley varieties and the effect of selection for fertility in the o.a.c. 21 autotetraploid. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(1): 98-107

Effects of artificial defoliation on sunflowers. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(1): 108-118

A study of the effects of temperature and other factors upon the germination of vegetable crops: ii. peas. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(1): 119-124

Note on inheritance of ability to survive winter-killing conditions in birdsfoot trefoil. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(1): 125-126

The effect of initial compaction and moisture content on ensiling losses of forage crops. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(2): 127-134

Response of greenhouse crops to supplementary illumination during the winter months in nova scotia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(2): 135-140

The inheritance of leaf size in broadleaf birdsfoot trefoil, lotus corniculatus l.. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(2): 141-157

Sampling for seed weight determinations in bromegrass, bromus inermis leyss. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(2): 158-163

Some effects of sprinkler irrigation on flue-cured tobacco. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(2): 164-174

Effects of gibberellin on forage yields of six grass and legume species. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(2): 175-182

The identity of small bitter cherry and western x little cherry. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(2): 183-186

Recovery in wheat from early infections by helminthosporium sativum and fusarium culmorum. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(2): 187-193

Some symptoms of stock-scion incompatibility of apricot varieties on peach seedling rootstock. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(2): 194-203

Evaporation rates of small drops of two ddt oil solutions. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(2): 204-209

Variation in weight, volume and diameter of sour cherry fruits from individual trees. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(2): 210-214

The inheritance of rust resistance.: iv. monosomic analysis of rust resistance and some other characters in six varieties of wheat including gabo and kenya farmer. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(2): 215-228

The relative effectiveness of standard cool white fluorescent and incandescent light in the photoperiodic response of marquis wheat, garnet wheat and wintex barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(2): 229-240

A small barley de-awner. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(2): 241-245

Potassium in plant metabolism.: ii. effect of potassium upon the carbohydrate and mineral composition of potato plants. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(2): 246-252

Note on the response of several vegetables to "anthraxylate" soil treatments. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(2): 253-254

Note on a fume cabinet for use when treating cereal seeds with poisonous chemicals. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(2): 255

Maturation of mcintosh apples in relation to starch loss and abscission. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(3): 257-263

Rates of seeding irrigated pastures. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(3): 264-271

Polyspory in an amphiploid of triticum-agropyron hybrids. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(3): 272-277

The role of fertilizer and 2,4-d in the control of pasture weeds. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(3): 278-283

Investigations on curing burley tobacco with artificial aids. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(3): 284-292

Effects of seed treatments with gibberellin and dates of seeding on winter survival and vegetative yield of kharkov wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(3): 293-296

Relation of soil, temperature and topography to fruit growing in summerland, british columbia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(3): 297-315

The inheritance of rust resistance: v. the inheritance of resistance to race 15b of stem rust in ten varieties of durum wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(3): 316-328

Inheritance of shades of bronze and pink flowers of antirrhinum majus. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(3): 329-341

Control of the eastern field wireworm, limonius agonus (say), in early potatoes in ontario by application of insecticides to the soil. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(3): 342-349

The use of chemicals to suppress sucker growth on cigar tobacco. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(3): 350-354

The effects of seeding rate and row width in relation to seed production in orchard grass, dactylis glomerata l.. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(3): 355-363

Embryo-sac production in relation to seed yields of diploid dollard red clover. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(3): 364-374

Cytogenetic studies in the genus hordeum: ii. interspecific and intergeneric crosses. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(3): 375-383

Germination of alfalfa varieties in solutions of varying osmotic pressure and relationship to winter hardiness. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(3): 384-394

Varietal and environmental effects on rapeseed: i. isothiocyanate and thiooxazolidone content. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(3): 395-399

A portable chopper for forage samples. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(3): 400

Note on boron toxicity in oats. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(3): 401

Note on a plot-size canning pea viner. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(3): 402-404

Note on the comparative activity of monosporous and mycelial isolates of ophiobolus graminis sacc. from the same source as wheat pathogens in natural and sterilized soil. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(3): 405-407

Gray leaf spot of rape in manitoba. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(4): 409-416

Nutritional quality of forage crops adapted to southwestern saskatchewan as determined by their digestibility and dry matter intake when fed to sheep. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(4): 417-430

Symptoms of sour cherry yellows and necrotic ring spot in relation to time of inoculation. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(4): 431-436

Varietal and environmental effects on rapeseed: ii. fatty acid composition of the oil. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(4): 437-442

The precision of field experiments with vegetable crops as influenced by plot and block size and shape: i. sweet corn. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(4): 443-457

Influence of the ester of 2,4-d applied at various growth stages for the control of russian thistle (salsola pestifer nels.) in flax. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(4): 458-465

A study of the megagametophyte in prunus avium and its relation to fruit setting. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(4): 466-476

The effect of swathing at different stages of maturity on the bushel weight and yield of fall rye. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(4): 477-482

Near-wilt of peas in ontario. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(4): 483-490

Surveys of air-borne ragweed pollen in canada with particular reference to sites in ontario. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(4): 491-497

Control of the european wireworm agriotes obscurus (l.) in nova scotia with insecticides applied to the soil. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(4): 498-500

Increase in yield and protein content of native bluebunch wheatgrass from nitrogen fertilization. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(4): 501-504

Alsike clover pollination by honey bees in the peace river region. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(4): 505-511

Note on an electrolytic procedure for differentiating between frost injury of roots and shoots in woody plants. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 39(4): 512-513

Genetic variations as cancer prognostic markers: review and update. Human Mutation 30(10): 1369-1377

Effect of berberine administration on metabolic syndrome, insulin sensitivity, and insulin secretion. Metabolic Syndrome and Related Disorders 11(5): 366-369

The hymenopteran family Scelionidae in the “Codrii” forest reserve, Lozova village, Republic of Moldova. Muzeul Olteniei Craiova. Oltenia. Studii si comunicari. Stiintele Naturii, Tom XXIII: 91-94

Spectral Analysis and Estimations of Soil Salt and Organic Matter Contents. Soil Science 178(3): 138-146

A remarkable new asiracine delphacid planthopper from Ecuador (Hemiptera, Fulgoroidea, Delphacidae). Dtsch. Entomol. Z. 60(2): 163-169

Inheritance of post-harvest seed dormancy and kernel colour in spring wheat lines. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 1-6

Sawfly resistance in wheat: iii. changes in resistance during the development of the wheat plant. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 7-20

Management of medium red clover for seed and hay production. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 21-28

The influence of the host on oviposition by the wheat stem sawfly, cephus cinctus nort. (hymenoptera: cephidae). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 29-46

Effects of gibberellin treatments on germination of various species of weed seeds. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 47-51

A study of the relationship between the amount of bloom and yield of apples. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 52-57

Factors influencing the colour of potato chips. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 58-64

The influence of variety, temperature, and stage of growth on the response of spring barley to photoperiod. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 65-80

The use of cereal grains as companion crops in dryland forage crop establishment. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 81-93

Cold hardiness of sprouting wheat as affected by duration of hardening and hardening temperature. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 94-103

Two virus diseases of rhubarb in eastern ontario. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 104-109

La transmission par les insectes de cornybacterium sepedonicum (spieck. & kott.) skaptason et burkholder. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 110-116

Mercury residues on apple fruit and foliage. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 117-122

The dry matter digestion in vitro of forage crops. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 123-129

Variety, fertilizer, management interactions in alfalfa. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 130-138

Infection of wheat with helminthosporuim sativum in relation to the nitrogen content of the plant tissues. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 139-145

Fertilizers and the nutritive value of wheat grown on a sulphur-deficient grey wooded soil. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 146-155

Control of the onion maggot, hylemya antiqua (meig.) (diptera: anthomyiidae), with insecticides in organic soils of southwestern quebec. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 156-159

Chemical control of the raspberry root borer, bembecia marginata (harr.), on loganberry in british columbia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 160-164

Soil insecticides for control of the tuber flea beetle, epitrix tuberis (gent.), in the interior of british columbia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 165-171

Sprinkler irrigation as a means of applying soil insecticides for controlling the tuber flea beetle, epitrix tuberis (gent.), in the interior of british columbia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 172-177

Insecticide row treatments for the control of wireworms in potatoes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 178-182

Influence of periodic shading on the length and solidness of the internodes of rescue wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 183-187

The influence of the extract of some crops and soil residues on germination and growth. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 188-197

Effects of sevin on phytophagous mites and predators in an ontario peach orchard. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 198-201

Note on the occurrence of binucleate pycniospores in species of puccinia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 202

Note on "frontier" reed canary grass (phalaris arundinacea l.). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 203

Note on climatic trends in the lower peace river region of northern alberta. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 204-206

Note on merit soybean. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 207-208

Note on a plot irrigator. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(1): 209-210

Influence of culture solution temperature on uptake of phosphorus by flue-cured tobacco plants. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 211-217

Effects of ryania and ryanodine on the apparent photosynthesis of mcintosh apple leaves. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 218-224

Determination of botanical composition of two-component forage mixtures. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 225-234

The effects of various increments of n, p and k on the yield and botanical composition of permanent pastures. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 235-247

L'enracinement des boutures d'orme d'amerique (ulmus americana l.) sous un faible eclairement. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 248-258

Evaluation of birdsfoot trefoil: i. compatibility of lotus corniculatus l. with other legumes and grasses. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 259-267

Early seedling vigour and seed weight in relation to breeding in smooth bromegrass, bromus inermis leyss.. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 268-280

The growth of tobacco at certain soil temperatures and nutrient levels in greenhouse. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 281-287

Relative decline of ophiobolus graminis, helminthosporium sativum and fusarium culmorum in the soil. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 288-294

An evaluation of altai wild rye, elymus angustus trin., as a forage crop. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 295-305

Differences in intensity of unripe fruit colour in the tomato. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 306-309

Influence of cultural practices on incidence of common rootrot in wheat in saskatchewan. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 310-316

Effects of cutting treatments on ladino clover grown alone and in mixture with grasses: i. productivity and botanical composition of forage. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 317-327

Effects of cutting treatments on ladino clover grown alone and in mixture with grasses: ii. chemical composition of forage. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 328-334

The association of flowering habit with winter survival in red and alsike clover during the seedling year of growth. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 335-344

Inheritance of reaction to several races of crown rust, puccinia coronata avenae erikss., in two crosses involving ukraine oats. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 345-352

Inheritance of seed weight and associated traits in bromegrass, bromus inermis leyss.. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 353-365

Crown rust resistant derivatives from crosses between autotetraploid avena strigosa and a. sativa. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 366-370

Effect of spear length, spear portion and harvest date on the composition and quality of asparagus. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 371-374

Resistance of inbred lines and hybrids of sunflowers (helianthus annuus l.) in a natural epidemic of aster yellows. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 375-382

Essai de differents produits chimiques comme desinfectants des eclats (germes) de pommes de terre inocules avec corynebacterium sepedonicum. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 383-387

The effect of embryo transplantation on seed set in some wheat-rye crosses. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 388-395

The precision of field experiments with vegetable crops as influenced by plot and block size and shape.: ii. canning peas. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 396-404

Chemical compositions of native forage plants in british columbia in relation to grazing practices. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 405-423

Breeding for creeping root in alfalfa (medicago media pers.). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 424-433

Fertility of autotetraploid varieties and hybrids of barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 434-442

Note on a multi-channel integrator for a recording potentiometer. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(2): 443-446

Reaction of oats endowed with the "canadian" factors for resistance to physiologic race 6 of oat stem rust in israel. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 447-451

Effect of clipping at various heights on characteristics of regrowth in reed canarygrass (phalaris arundinacea l.). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 452-456

Economic losses caused by weed competition in manitoba grain fields. i. weed species, their relative abundance and their effect on crop yields. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 457-467

The influence of gibberellin on the flowering of carrots. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 468-473

Quality of russian wild ryegrass seed as influenced by time and method of harvesting. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 474-481

Quality of intermediate wheatgrass seed, with and without hulls. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 482-486

Inheritance of resistance to winter injury and its correlation with creeping rootedness in alfalfa. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 487-489

The inheritance of maturity in maize. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 490-499

Rate of seeding and row spacing of an oat companion crop in relation to forage seedling establishment. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 500-508

A genetic analysis of population shifts in pedigree generations of lasalle red clover. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 509-515

The growth, nicotine and phosphorus content of tobacco grown at different soil temperature, moisture and phosphorus levels. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 516-523

Seedling reactions to stem rust of lines of marquis wheat with substituted genes for rust resistance. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 524-538

The precision of rod-row tests with wheat as influenced by alleviating a phosphorus deficiency. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 539-541

A strain of the european red mite, panonychus ulmi (koch) (acarina: tetranychidae), resistant to ovex in southwestern ontario. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 542-545

Some effects of fertilization on the yield, botanical and chemical composition of irrigated grass and grass-clover pasture swards. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 546-562

Note on two electrolytic methods for determining frost hardiness of fruit trees. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 563-565

Note on a method of measuring awn brittleness in barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 566-567

Note on a mechanical tree planter for shelterbelts. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 568-569

Note on the inheritance of ds; a gene governing meiotic chromosome behaviour in barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 570-571

Note on a virus disease of the cabbage looper in the ottawa valley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 572-573

Note on a technique for the production of sterile sulphur-free pot cultures for legumes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 574-575

Note on the moisture requirements of the stratifying media for seed of caragana arborescens, lam.. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 576-577

Note on the effectiveness of insecticides applied to mineral soils of various levels of acidity, with and without lime applications at time of seeding in controlling root maggots attacking rutabagas. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 578-579

Note on resistance to ddt in the codling moth, carpocapsa pomonella (l.), in ontario. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 580-582

Note on the effect of pump pressure on the performance of concentrate orchard sprayers. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 583-585

Note on the effect of gibberellin on red clover. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(3): 586

A collaborative study of methods for the determination of potassium, calcium and magnesium in plant materials. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 589-595

A study of the effects of temperature and other factors upon the germination of vegetable crops: iii. vegetable vine crops. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 596-606

Measurement of chipping qualities in manitoba-grown potatoes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 607-610

Association between seed size and the incidence of loose smut in barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 611-615

Relationships between ca:k ratio, ph, and prevalence of potato scab. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 616-619

Effect of leaf rust on the yield of resistant wheats. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 620-622

The competitive interaction between barley plants grown from large and small seeds. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 623-629

Relative and absolute electrolytic conductance tests for frost hardiness of apple varieties. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 630-637

Winter hardiness evaluation in alfalfa. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 638-644

The use of diallel correlations for determining the relative locational performance of varieties of barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 645-651

Economic losses caused by weed competition in manitoba grain fields: ii. effect of weed competition on the protein content of cereal crops. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 652-658

Further studies of mercury residues on apple fruit. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 659-665

The effect on germination of drying leek seed heads at different temperatures. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 666-671

Common rootrot and plant development following treatments of wheat seed with aldrin, gamma bhc, and heptachlor, with and without mercury fungicides. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 672-679

Insecticide residues in potatoes after soil treatments for control of wireworms. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 680-689

Effects of chemical treatment and storage on sunflower seeds. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 690-699

Atmometer assemblies, a comparison. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 700-706

Insect transmission of the virus causing little cherry disease. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 707-712

Reaction of barley varieties and selections to root rot and seedling blight incited by helminthosporium sativum p.k. and b.. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 713-720

Control of root maggots attacking cruciferous crops, mainly rutabagas, grown in ridges. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 721-728

Potassium in plant metabolism.: iii. some carbohydrate changes in the wheat seedling associated with varying rates of potassium supply. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 729-735

The influence of temperature on the rate of acid loss in mcintosh apples. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 736-744

Note on a precision plot irrigator for use in irrigation studies. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 40(4): 745-749

Seed production of perennial grasses in the greenhouse. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 1-9

Studies of tomato response to mulching on ridged and flat rows. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 10-15

The reduction of seedling sugar-beet stands by heptachlor-impregnated fertilizer. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 16-19

Effects of time of harvest of the first crop of red clover on infestations of the clover seed midge, dasyneura leguminicola (lint.) (diptera: cecidomyiidae), in seed fields. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 20-23

Improvement of tomato fruit size and maturity by backcross breeding. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 24-30

A meteorological method of calculating the irrigation requirement of the canning tomato crop. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 31-41

The effect of sawdust, straw, compost and manure on the yield and chemical composition of strawberries and on soil moisture, acidity and organic matter content. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 42-49

The influence of calcium and magnesium supply on nectar production in red clover and snapdragon. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 50-58

Some factors affecting germination, emergence, and early growth of three range grasses. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 59-70

Effect of date of seeding on winter survival, yield, and bushel weight of winter wheat grown in southern alberta. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 71-80

Effects of sulphur and nitrogen fertilization, and inoculation with rhizobium meliloti on the growth of sweet clover (melilotus alba desr.). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 81-90

Effect of incomplete hills and compensating treatments in comparative corn yield trials. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 91-96

Clipping frequency and fertilizer effects on productivity and longevity of five grasses. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 97-108

The inheritance of rust resistance. vi. the transfer of stem rust resistance from agropyron elongatum to common wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 109-123

Fertility of barley autotetraploids: ii. the relationship of aneuploidy, dwarfing and fertility in four autotetraploid barley varieties. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 124-133

Field tests of insecticides against the thrips frankliniella vaccinii morgan and taeniothrips vaccinophilus hood on the low-bush blueberry. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 134-136

The seed value of frost-damaged wheat as determined by its commercial grade, bushel weight and seedling development. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 137-152

Physiologic specialization in oat stem rust in canada from 1944 to 1959. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 153-165

Chemical control of liocoris spp., adelphocoris spp. and plagiognathus medicagus arrand (hemiptera: miridae) in northern alfalfa seed fields. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 166-169

The effect of maleic hydrazide on certain chemical constituents of flue-cured tobacco. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 170-175

Yield and nitrogen uptake of forage seedings as affected by nitrogen fertilization. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 176-187

Effect of date and frequency of defoliation on yield and quality of alfalfa. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 188-194

The effect of chlorine on the hygroscopicity of flue-cured tobacco. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 195-198

Rate of evaporation from a free-water surface as influenced by exposure. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 199-203

Varietal and environmental effects on rapeseed: iii. fatty acid composition of 1958 varietal tests. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 204-210

Differential hosts and new host records for five grass viruses. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 211-216

Note on piebald or yellow-berry in saunders wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 217

Note on the isolation of rape plants with seed oil free from erucic acid. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(1): 218-219

Studies on apple rootstock selections relating respiration rates to an anatomical method of predicting dwarfness. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 221-226

Control of powdery mildew on tuberous begonia in canada. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 227-230

The influence of a commercial fertilizer treatment on weed competition in spring sown wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 231-238

Powdery mildew resistance in strawberry progenies. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 239-243

Association of fall growth habit and winter survival in alfalfa. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 244-251

Penetration of and persistence in soil of the herbicide 2-chloro-4,6-bis (ethylamino)-s-triazine (simazine). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 252-260

Studies with fertilized pastures on a heavy textured soil in northern alberta. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 261-267

Corm treatments for the control of curvularia corm rot of gladiolus in canada. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 268-271

Influence of potassium sprays on foliar necrosis and yields of romaine lettuce, radishes, and potatoes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 272-276

A new compact orchard concentrate sprayer. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 277-280

Influence of sprinkler irrigation on the incidence of weather fleck on flue-cured tobacco in ontario. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 281-287

Effect of a high water content in stored wheat, oat, and barley seed on its germinability, susceptibility to invasion by moulds, and response to chemical treatment. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 288-303

Eriophyid mites in relation to the spread of grass viruses in ontario. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 304-308

Relationship between certain methods and procedures of testing for winter injury of outdoor exposed shoots and roots of apple trees. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 309-315

Aster yellows resistance en flax. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 316-319

The six-spotted leafhopper, macrosteles fascifrons (stål.) and aster yellows in manitoba. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 320-331

The influence of honeybee pollination on fruit set of the lowbush blueberry. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 332-335

Monilinia twig and blossom blight of lowbush blueberry and its control. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 336-341

The inheritance of leaf rust resistance in seven varieties of common wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 342-359

A study of the effects of temperature and other factors upon the germination of vegetable crops.: iv. root crops. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 360-370

The pedigree of varieties of lycopersicon esculentum mill.. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 371-376

Non-enzymatic browning in cauliflower. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 377-380

Artificial freezing of 1-year-old shoots of apple varieties. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 381-393

Acceleration of seed maturity in slow-bolting lettuce by vernalization. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 394-400

The effect of swathing at different stages of maturity on the bushel weight and yield of oats. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 401-406

The control of the apple aphid on dwarf apple trees with bark applications of dimethoate. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 407-412

Effects of amitrole, zytron and other herbicides or plant growth regulators on the pea aphid, acyrthosiphon pisum (harris), caged on broad bean, vicia faba l.. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 413-417

The influence of the ratio of incandescent to fluorescent light on the flowering response of marquis wheat grown under controlled conditions. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 418-427

Field tests with bacillus thuringiensis berliner and ddt for control of two pests of cabbage. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 428-430

Effect of speckled leaf blotch, septoria passerinii sacc., on the yield and malting quality of barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 431-435

Note on the effect of some amino acids on manganese toxicity in potato. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 436-437

Note on selecting sweet corn for eating quality in early generations of inbreeding. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 438-439

Note on palliser barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 440-441

Note on a volumetric method for the determination of numbers of apple aphid, aphis pomi deg., on samples of apple foliage. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 442-443

Note on a mechanical seed dispenser for rod-row plots. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 444-446

Note on a method of producing and storing inoculum of the alfalfa black stem fungus, ascochyta imperfecta pk.. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 447-448

Note on the effect of rain, and sprinkler irrigation, on the persistence of spray residues of guthion and sevin on apple leaves. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 449-451

Note on a portable sheaf drier. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 452

Note on the occurrence of two parasites of the six-spotted leafhopper, macrosteles fascifrons (stål), in manitoba. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 453

Note on a vacuum method for preparing sliced cucumber pickles. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(2): 454-455

Sawfly resistance in wheat: iv. some effects of light intensity on resistance. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 457-465

Progeny performance of seven red raspberry varieties in nova scotia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 466-468

Comparison of tissues from solid- and hollow-stemmed spring wheats during growth: i. dry matter and nitrogen contents of pith and wall and their relation to sawfly resistance. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 469-478

Crop rotations and common rootrot in wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 479-486

Variability within isolates of verticillium albo-atrum from potato. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 487-492

Inherent differences in depth of crown in wheat and barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 493-498

Variation in the sensitivity of isolates of venturia inaequalis (cke.) wint. to fungicides. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 499-502

Petal blight, a new disease of the canna ’pfitzer’s dwarf’. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 503-506

The organic acids in silage as determined by gas chromatography. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 507-516

Response of little cherry-infected cherry trees to zinc treatments. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 517-522

Flower, pod and seed development relative to the timing of the seed harvest of viking birdsfoot trefoil (lotus corniculatus). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 523-532

Performance of four irrigated pasture mixtures under grazing by sheep. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 533-543

Host range studies of the little cherry disease virus. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 544-548

Row width and seeding rate in relation to seed production in timothy, phleum pratense l.. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 549-558

Honeybee activity on safflower (carthamus tinctorius l.). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 559-562

Evapotranspiration at kapuskasing, ontario. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 563-567

Studies on the control of dwarf bunt in winter wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 568-577

Some effects of four chlorinated polycyclic insect toxicants on the physiology of potatoes, carrots and radish. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 578-586

The inheritance of rust resistance: vii. the inheritance of resistance to races 15b and 56 of stem rust in eleven common wheat varieties of diverse origin. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 587-601

Comparison of grasses for dryland turf. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 602-606

Inheritance of quality as related to agronomic characters in advanced lines of a spring wheat cross. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 607-614

Comparison of lightly grazed and ungrazed range in the fescue grassland of southwestern alberta. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 615-622

Induction of seed set in dwarf-spring and winter wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 623-630

Effects of clipping and nitrogen on competition between three pasture species. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 631-642

Phenology of several plant species at ottawa, ontario, and an examination of the influence of air temperatures. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 643-652

An evaluation of varietal characteristics of orchardgrass (dactylis glomerata l.) subjected to a silage-pasture type of utilization. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 653-663

The persistence of certain soil insecticides for control of the tuber flea beetle, epitrix tuberis (gent.), in the interior of british columbia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 664-671

Note on bismaleamic acid as a tobacco sucker growth inhibitor. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 672-674

Note on the growth characteristics of alfalfa and red clover plants derived from hard seeds and seeds of different sizes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 675-678

Note on a greenhouse technique for crossing legumes by honey bees. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 679-682

Note on russell oats. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 683-684

Note on wild oat control by delayed seeding of wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 685-686

Note on holder-lifter tongs for harvesting forage rows. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 687-688

Note on chemical changes occurring in freeze-dried and fresh-frozen wheat leaves during storage. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(3): 689-691

Response of certain forage species on dikeland and upland to various clipping intensities. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 693-702

Verticillium wilt of potato in relation to vascular infection of the tuber. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 703-708

Effect of sulphur treatments on yield and nitrogen and sulphur content of alfalfa grown on sulphur-deficient and sulphur-sufficient grey wooded soils. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 709-715

Species trials with oil plants. i. crambe. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 716-719

Nutrient preservation and acceptability of forages ensiled with sodium metabisulphite at varying levels of compaction and dry matter. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 720-727

The vegetative propagation of amelanchier alnifolia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 728-731

Plant chromogens as an indicator in estimating the digestibility of forage crops by sheep. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 732-739

Germination of sweet cherry (prunus avium l.) pollen in vitro as influenced by fungicides. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 740-743

Chemical control of snow mould of grasses and alfalfa in alberta. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 744-750

The influence of seeding rate on the yield and the yield components of wheat, oats and barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 751-758

Awn brittleness in barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 759-762

Yield-maturity relationships in oats. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 763-771

The use of sequential sampling in embryo tests for loose smut in barley seed. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 772-779

Effects of temperature on yellowing of flue-cured tobacco under forced-air conditions. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 780-790

Effects of inoculating wheat seedlings with helminthosporium sativum and spread of the fungus to an external substrate. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 791-798

A grass-alfalfa mixture compared with cereal grains for fodder production under semi-arid conditions. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 799-804

Some effects of gamma radiation on stored onions. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 805-813

Fatty acid composition of flax varieties. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 814-817

The response of raja and redwing flax to temperature and to supplementary incandescent light in growth chambers. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 818-827

The occurrence of loose smut resistance in 42, 28 and 14 chromosome wheats. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 828-835

The control of growth and development in red clover (trifolium pratense l.): iv. vegetative propagation and the use of growth regulators. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 836-848

A new continuous pollen sampler. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 849-853

Root and stalk rot of field corn in southwestern ontario: ii. development of the disease and isolation of organisms. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 854-861

Note on an increasing-rate fertilizer spreader. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 862-864

Note on male sterility in the common lowbush blueberry, vaccinium angustifolium ait.. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 865

Note on the effect of stage of development and variety on damage to barley by the corn leaf aphid, rhopalosiphum maidis fitch. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 866-867

Note on a chemical theater for small seed samples. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 868-870

Note on a new mite disease of barley and other cereals. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 871

Note on the creamette field pea. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 872-873

Note on keystone, a loose smut resistant feed barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 874-875

Note on apparatus for maintaining constant soil temperatures and soil moistures, used in studies on soil inhabiting insects and diseases. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 876-879

Note on chignecto swede. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 41(4): 880

Productivity and chemical composition of alfalfa as influenced by varying levels of phosphorus and potassium applications. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 1-10

Injury by the sunflower maggot, strauzia longipennis (wied.) (diptera: trypetidae), to sunflowers in manitoba. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 11-14

Modification of the heat unit formula for peas. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 15-21

The dormancy behavior of avena fatua l. in cultivated soil. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 22-39

Some effects of 4-(mcpb) when used as a selective herbicide on celery grown on organic soil. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 40-45

Effects of some trace elements on grass and legume production in nova scotia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 46-52

Effects of spring burning and insecticides on the superb plant bug, adelphocoris superbus (uhl.), and associated fauna in alfalfa seed fields. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 53-61

Herbicidal effects of tca and dalapon on flax. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 62-68

The inheritance of loose smut resistance.: i. the inheritance of resistance in four barley varieties immune to race 2 of loose smut. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 69-77

Cytological effects of the herbicide "avadex". Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 78-81

Ecological studies of vaccinium species in alberta. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 82-90

The effect of placement and concentration of 2,3-dcdt on the selective control of wild oats in wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 91-104

Chemical composition of range forage plants of the festuca scabrella association. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 105-115

The use of verification trials as a method of rating seed classes of climax timothy. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 116-121

A comparison of growth, life cycle and control of dibotryon morbosum (sch.) th. & syd. on peach and plum in nova scotia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 122-129

Fungi associated with hot spots in farm stored grain. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 130-141

The influence of various temperatures and (2-chloroethyl) trimethylammonium chloride and (allyl) trimethylammonium bromide on peppers and tomatoes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 142-149

Facteurs pouvant influencer la multiplication de l’orme d’amerique (ulmus americana l.) par boutures de rameaux feuilles. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 150-162

Adult plant reaction to stem rust of lines of marquis wheat with substituted genes for resistance. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 163-168

Effect of the v locus on yield of adapted barley varieties. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 169-172

A portable light frame for artificial illumination of plants. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 173-175

Inheritance of resistance to loose smut, covered smut and false loose smut in the barley variety jet. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 176-189

Chemical weed control in transplanted tomatoes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 190-197

A technique for detecting virus-infected montmorency cherry seeds. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 198-203

Note on the effect of an antiauxin on the flowering of a mammoth strain of delcrest tobacco. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 204-205

Note on winalta winter wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 206-207

Note on the length of twig sections used in the electrolytic procedure for determining hardiness. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 208-209

Note on obtaining virus-free plants of red raspberry through the use of tip cuttings. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 210-211

Note on the flue-cured tobacco variety—delhi 61. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 212-213

Note on the flue-cured tobacco variety—yellow gold. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 214-215

Note on a method for selecting and maintaining uniform maturity in onions. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(1): 216-218

The influence of irrigation treatments on yields and on fertilizer utilization by sweet corn and snap beans. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 219-228

A comparison of acetic acid-soluble and total nutrient levels in plant tissue as indicators of nutritional status. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 229-237

Optimum leaf levels of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium in sweet corn and snap beans. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 238-246

Resistance of barley varieties to the aphid rhopalosiphum padi (l.). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 247-251

Comparative sr90 content of agricultural crops grown in a contaminated soil. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 252-258

Effet de l’acide gibberellique sur la fletrissure fusarienne des tomates et la forme des fruits. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 259-261

The inhibitory influence of water extracts of three organic materials on soybean germination and growth in soil and sand cultures. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 262-269

Effects of light intensity and cupping on herbage yields. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 270-275

Association of some plant characters in intermediate wheatgrass. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 276-279

Movement and accumulation of mercury in apple trees and soil. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 280-285

Effect of cover crops on winter survival, common root rot, and yield of winter wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 286-293

An evaluation of captan smoke generators for controlling rots in stored tomatoes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 294-301

Evaluation of a bio-assay of ether extracts from corn (zea mays l.) as a means of screening inbreds for resistance to root and stalk rot. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 302-307

The effect of fourteen root extracts upon germination and seedling length of fifteen plant species. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 308-313

The root-lesion nematode, pratylenchus penetrans (cobb, 1917) filip. & stek. 1941, in celery. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 314-322

Breeding for improvement of quantitative characters in agropyron intermedium (host.) beauv. by the polycross method. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 323-338

Gene effects in corn (zea mays l.): i. separation and relative importance of gene effects for yield. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 339-348

Gene effects in corn (zea mays l.): ii. relative importance of gene effects for plant height and certain component attributes of yield. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 349-358

Increase in seed production from nitrogen fertilization of native beardless wheatgrass. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 359-364

A search for verticillium resistance in strawberry varieties. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 365-367

Note on additional sources of resistance to helminthosporium sativum p. k. and b.. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 368-369

Note on mercury residues in potatoes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 370

Note on a foliage-simulating test surface for studies on the erosion of insecticide deposits by rain and sprinkler irrigation water. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 371-373

Note on the control of the apple aphid by new systemic insecticides translocated from bark to foliage. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 374-377

Note on dover, a new winter barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 378-379

Note on summerdawn tomato. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 380-381

Note on a new variety of flax: cree. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 382

Note on a method for scarifying rose seeds. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 383-385

Note on the construction and operation of equipment for providing a sterile environment for the growth of plants from seed to maturity. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 386-389

Note on a sprayer attachment for plot tractor. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 390-391

Note on a small high intensity light unit for use in plant research. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 392-395

Note on a hot water theater for small samples of loose smut infected seed. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 396-397

Note on equipment for hand picking grain. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 398-399

Note on effects of shielding bellani plates on rate of evaporation. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(2): 400-401

Splotch, a physiological leaf disease of wheat: i. nutritional studies. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 403-414

The inheritance of rust resistance: ix. the inheritance of resistance to races 15b and 56 of stem rust in the wheat variety khapstein. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 415-419

Control of the turnip maggot, hylemya floralis (fall.) (diptera: anthomyiidae), in rutabagas. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 420-429

Growth reaction and magnetotropism in roots of winter wheat (kharkov 22 m.c.). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 430-436

The effect of various organic amendments on certain chemical properties of soil, on plant nutrient levels in strawberry foliage and on fruit yields. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 437-444

The effect of lime on the status of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium and magnesium in a few vegetables grown on acid peat soils. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 445-451

Species trials with oilseed plants: ii. camelina. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 452-459

Fertility indices in cross-pollinated grasses. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 460-471

Inheritance of loose smut resistance: i. inheritance of resistance to a trebi-attacking culture of ustilago nuda (jens.) rostr. in five barley varieties of abyssinian origin. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 472-480

Effect of soil temperature on seedling emergence. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 481-487

The value of hybrids and synthetics in sunflower seed production. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 488-500

Action du phosphore et du potassium sur le rendement et la composition chimique du trefle ladino cultive sur deux types de sol. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 501-509

An environmental cabinet for plant research utilizing sunlight or artificial illumination. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 510-514

Screening sweet and hot peppers for verticillium wilt resistance. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 515-520

Cold hardiness of young apple trees originating from the juvenile and adult zones of seedlings. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 521-526

Note on the ethanol conductivity method for the estimation of apple rootstock vigor. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 527-529

Note on egg-laying response of two species of root maggots on turnips bred for resistance to the cabbage root maggot, hylemya brassicae (bouché). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 530-531

Note on the use of sorbic acid in the ensilage of forage crops. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 532-533

Note on the effect of leaf diseases on yield, bushel weight and thousand-kernel weight of parkland barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 534-536

Note on germination of crown rust teliospores and infection of buckthorn. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 537-538

Note on rideau tomato. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 539

Note on virus-like symptoms induced on young cucumber leaves by prunus sap. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 540

Note on champlain barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 541-542

Notes on "boyne" and "killarney" red raspberries. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 543-544

Note on soil cooling apparatus for the greenhouse. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 545-547

Note on a power plot seeder. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 548-550

Note on a small forage plot harvester. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 551-553

Note on the evaluation of the new zealand space-plant seeder. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 554-557

Note on a water bath for filtering infrared radiation. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 558-559

Note on an adjustable plant rack for use in growth rooms. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 560-561

Note on timers to control illumination cycles in plant research. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(3): 562-565

Clonal propagation of wheat plants for the evaluation of yield. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 571-581

Effects of using oats as a companion crop with orchardgrass, dactylis glomerata l., and white clover, trifolium repens l., sown for pasture. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 582-588

Experiments with some native and introduced plants as foods for camnula pellucida (scudd.) (orthoptera: acrididae) in western canada. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 589-595

The damage potential of some grasshoppers (orthoptera: acrididae) of the native grasslands of british columbia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 596-601

Influences of latent viruses on vigor, yield and quality of british sovereign strawberries. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 602-610

Influence of clipping treatment on the yield, mineral content and root development of three grass-alfalfa mixtures. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 611-615

Organophosphate compounds for the control of the onion maggot, hylemya antiqua (meigen) (diptera: anthomyiidae) resistant to cyclodiene insecticides in southwestern quebec. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 616-619

The influence of several fungicidal treatments on yields of oats infected by septoria. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 620-627

Gene effects in corn (zea mays l.): iii. relative stability of the gene effects in different environments. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 628-634

A study of the association between earliness, fruit size and early yield in determinate tomatoes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 635-641

Effect of summer fallowing on the root lesion nematode pratylenchus penetrans (cobb) and yield of flue-cured tobacco in ontario. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 642-645

Reaction of barley varieties and hybrids to infestation by the barley jointworm, harmolita hordei (harris). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 646-650

Seasonal productivity and chemical composition of marsh reed grass (calamagrostis canadensis) (michx.) beauv. harvested periodically from fertilized and unfertilized native sod. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 651-659

Aphid populations and their damage to oats in british columbia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 660-666

White surface mulch effect on growth of sweet clover (melilotus officinalus l.) in the greenhouse. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 667-671

Inter-compatibility and performance of diploid and derived tetraploid rape (brassica campestris l.). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 672-680

The development of verticillium-resistant strains of established tomato varieties. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 681-685

Organic acids of forages ensiled with and without sodium metabisulphite at varying levels of compaction and dry matter. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 686-691

In vitro digestibility of range forage plants of the festuca scabrella association. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 692-697

Climatic trends in the beaverlodge area. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 698-706

The inheritance of loose smut resistance.: ii. the inheritance of resistance in three barley varieties immune to race 2. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 707-710

Formule permettant d’integrer l’evapotranspiration et la pluie par un instrument. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 711-719

Spore populations of helminthosporium sativum in soils in relation to the occurrence of common rootrot of wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 720-727

The root-lesion nematode, pratylenchus penetrans (cobb, 1917) filip. & stek., 1941, in strawberry in the niagara peninsula and norfolk county in ontario. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 728-736

Note on fall cutting of asparagus on organic soils in southwestern quebec. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 737-738

Note on a self-propelled flail-type forage plot harvester. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 739-741

Note on inexpensive multiple plant growth cabinets. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 742-745

Note on the influence of foliar sprays of calcium on the firmness of strawberries. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 42(4): 746-747

Contributions à la connaissance de la flore phanérogamique de la Tunisie. Bulletin de la Societe d'Histoire Naturelle de l'Afrique du Nord, Tome Quarante-sept, Juillet-Decembre 1956: 307-318

Spatial variation in the recruitment of the intertidal barnacles Chthamalus montagui Southward and Chthamalus stellatus (Poli) (Crustacea: Cirripedia) over an European scale. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 304(2): 243-264

List of type specimens of birds in the collections of the Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle (Paris, France). 18. Coraciiformes. Journal of the National Museum (Prague), Natural History Series 177 (1): 1-25

Combining AHP with GIS for landfill site selection: Acase study in the Lake Beysehir catchment area (Konya, Turkey). Waste Management 30: 2037-2046

The evolution of pheromone diversity. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 23(4): 220-228

Effects of weather on evaporation from bellani plates and evapotranspiration from lysimeters. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(1): 1-11

Control of the six-spotted leafhopper, macrosteles fascifrons, and aster yellows on head lettuce in manitoba. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(1): 12-17

A cytological and morphological study of twin seedlings in bromus inermis. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(1): 18-22

Chemical composition of diploid autotetraploid barley varieties. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(1): 23-29

Chemical control of artificial infestations of the black cutworm, agrotis ipsilon, in flue-cured tobacco. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(1): 30-37

Abundance and distribution of the grape phylloxera, phylloxera vitifoliae, in the niagara peninsula, ontario. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(1): 38-43

Effects of nutrition, osmotic pressure, and temperature of the nutrient solution on plant growth and chemical composition: i. spring wheat at the 4- to 6-leaf stage. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(1): 44-50

The influence of seed size on results of barley yield trials. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(1): 51-58

Evaluating grass plants for seed shattering. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(1): 59-63

Effect of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization on wild oats and spring wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(1): 64-69

The pathogenicity of pratylenchus penetrans to celery. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(1): 70-74

The pathogenicity of pratylenchus penetrans to strawberry. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(1): 75-78

The in vitro digestibility of whole grasses and their parts at progressive stages of maturity. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(1): 79-87

The relationship between kernel location, kernel size and the incidence of loose smut in barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(1): 88-93

Changes in sulphur, phosphorus and potassium content of alfalfa with soil zone. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(1): 94-96

Influence du phosphate et de la potasse sur l'établissement, le rendement et la composition chimique du lotier cultivé sur deux types de sol. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(1): 97-106

Note on aeration of colchicine solution in the treatment of germinating blueberry seeds to induce polyploidy. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(1): 107

Note on a potato digger for small experimental plots. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(1): 107-109

Note on a grain weighing attachment for combine harvesters. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(1): 109-110

Note on the modification of an electronic temperature controller to provide diurnal temperature variations in plant growth chambers. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(1): 111-112

The tolerance of young apple trees to amitrole, diuron and simazine. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 113-118

The effect of varying row spacings on the agronomic and quality characteristics of cereals and flax. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 119-130

Some effects of planting pattern on yield, per cent oil and per cent protein in mandarin (ottawa) soybeans. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 131-140

Varietal differences in calcium level in leaves of flue-cured tobacco. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 141-145

Morphology and histology of pinched root tips of gossypium hirsutum l. seedlings grown from deteriorated seeds. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 146-150

Methods for rapid determination of specific gravity of single seeds and seed samples and the correlation of specific gravity with oil content. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 151-156

A study of oat varieties for use as ensilage. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 157-160

The effect of frequency of rotational burning on blueberry production. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 161-165

Root rot of head lettuce in ontario. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 166-173

Studies of factors affecting cooking quality of yellow peas. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 174-183

Inheritance of reaction to rhyinchosporium secalis in barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 184-187

The productivity of fertilized pastures in central alberta. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 188-194

Pratylenchus penetrans in clonal apple stocks and its control by hot-water treatment. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 195-199

A histological study of seed shattering in reed canary grass. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 200-205

Ascorbic acid in tomatoes: i. distribution and method of assay. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 206-213

Spread of toadflax in saskatchewan. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 214-221

Note on the effect of loose smut on the yield and malting quality of barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 222-225

Note on the effect of growth substances on the bloom life of narcissus cut flowers. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 225-227

Note on the effect of co2 and o2 mixtures on the growth of apple scab cultures. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 227

Note on a floral mutant of alfalfa. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 228

Note on the estimation of apple rootstock vigor by the electrical conductivity of water extract. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 228-230

Note on the extent of lateral spread of field bindweed. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 230-232

Note on cypress, a new hard red spring wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 232-234

Note on the temperature distribution within an oat crop. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 235-239

Note on earlinorth tomato. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 239-240

Note on equipment for molding sheet plastic. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 240-241

Note on a power operated soil sampler for field wireworm studies. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 242-243

Note on estimation of leaf areas of cocoa from leaf length data. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 243-245

Note on a new method of measuring awn brittleness in barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 245-247

Note on an improved device for measuring leaf areas. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 247-251

Note on design and performance of a small sprayer for experimental work in greenhouses. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(2): 252-253

The differential response of strains of wild carrot to 2,4-d and related herbicides. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 255-262

Reaction of non-cultivated oats from israel to canadian races of crown rust and stem rust. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 263-270

Methods of breeding for oil quality in rape. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 271-275

Pollen transmission of necrotic ring spot and sour cherry yellows viruses from tree to tree. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 276-288

Wheat yields and soil aggregation after perennial grasses in a semi-arid environment. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 289-294

Effect of seed source on comparative test results in barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 295-300, 10.4141/cjps63-057

The influence of some fungicides on the effectiveness of sprays of bacillus thuringiensis berliner. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 301-306

A comparison of methods of evaluating russian wild ryegrass for seedling vigor. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 307-312

Some factors affecting the dispersal of liquid seed dressings among cereal seeds. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 313-322

Photoperiodic sensitivity of head differentiation, culm elongation, and heading in some spring wheat and spring barley varieties. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 323-329

The influence of seed size and seeding rate on yield and yield components of barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 330-337

Yield and quality of selkirk wheat swathed at different stages of maturity. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 338-342

Further studies on resistance of barley varieties to the aphid rhopalosiphum padi (l.). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 343-348

Lutte chimique contre la hernie, plasmodiophora brassicae wor., des cruciferes en sols mineral et organique. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 349-354

The influence of variety, soil temperature, and phosphorus fertilizer on yield and phosphorus uptake by alfalfa. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 355-360

Winter survival of root-knot nematodes in southwestern ontario. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 361-364

A relationship between the rate of leaf abscission and perennial canker in peach varieties. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 365-369

Irrigation sur paturage: determination, frequence et rentabilite. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 370-378

Early-generation testing for fruit maturity and size in tomato crosses. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 379-385

Reliability of flowering as an indicator of winter survival in red clover. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 386-389

Inheritance of loose smut resistance: ii. inheritance of resistance in three barley varieties to races 1, 2, and 3 of ustilago nuda (jens.) rostr.. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 390-396

Salt tolerance of russian wild ryegrass in relation to tall wheatgrass and slender wheatgrass. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 397-407

Note on a non-pathogenic canker of flax seedlings — an interpretation. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 408-410

Note on a method for soil-moisture control in greenhouse pots. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 410-411

Note on a photographic method for determining light tightness of a growth cabinet. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 412-413

Note on immunity to the north american strain of the red raspberry mosaic vector, the aphid, amphorophora rubi, kalb.. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 413-415

Note on an addition to the biochemistry and genetics of coumarins in sweet clovers. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 415-416

Note on phytotoxicity and persistence of polybutenes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 416-417

Note on the effect of a single intensive cultivation on the composition of an old blueberry stand. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 417-419

Note on a method of inducing seed production in dwarf wheat plants. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 419-421

Note on a portable compressed-air sprayer for applying herbicides along rows of trees and hedges. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 421-423

Note on an offset tractor-mounted spreader for applying granular herbicides in shelterbelts. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 423-424

Note on compact mutants of lambert cherry produced by ionizing radiation. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 424-425

Note on the modification of a soil penetrometer for measuring sponginess of turf. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 425-427

Note on providing a diurnal, sinusoidal cycle in greenhouse temperature. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 428-432

Note on a constant moisture balance for maintaining the moisture content of individual soil containers. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 432-435

Note on a machine for cutting avena first-internode sections for auxin bioassay. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 435-436

Note on a qualitative method of examining the uniformity of high intensity illumination. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 436-437

Note on a quick change cylinder speed control for the kemp thresher. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(3): 438

Effects of levels of minimum available soil moisture on crop yields. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 441-446

Influence of culture solution temperature on uptake of radiocalcium by flue-cured tobacco. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 447-450

The effect of tca on green foxtail in competition with cereals. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 451-456

The effect of tobacco mosaic on the yield of field tomatoes as influenced by sprays of milk and doss. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 457-461

Fungicidal control of fruit and foliage diseases of strawberry in nova scotia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 462-468

Forage production with different clipping frequencies of rye and oats alone and in mixtures in the greenhouse. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 469-474

A growth inhibitor found in centaurea spp.. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 475-481

Trace element effects on oats and alfalfa grown on three soils. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 482-489

Studies on sunflower rust: iv. two genes, r1 and r2 for resistance in the host. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 490-496

Effect of fungicides on mcintosh apple trees. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 497-502

Chemical and cultural treatments for the control of storage rots of tomatoes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 503-507

New genes for wrinkled or dimpled seed in peas. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 508-512

Magnetism and plant growth: i. effect on germination and early growth of cereal seeds. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 513-518

The precision of rod-row tests with barley grown at three topographical locations as influenced by alleviating a phosphorus deficiency. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 519-521

The effect of gibberellin and temperature on the germination of seed of bells of ireland. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 522-527

Inheritance of acidity in tomatoes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 528-533

The effect of swathing at different stages of maturity on the malting quality of barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 534-541

Investigations on non-nodulating and nodulating soybean strains. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 542-546

Atmospheric fluoride levels in some ontario peach orchards. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 547-553

A laboratory evaluation of fungicides for use in smoke generators. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 554-560

The micro-climate of fruit trees: i. light measurements with uranyl oxalate actinometers. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 561-568

Initial symptoms of sour cherry yellows and necrotic ring spot obtained by graft inoculation at or near blossom time. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 569-574

The effect of irrigation on yield, seasonal distribution and chemical composition of three pasture mixtures. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 575-582

The effect of date of seeding on a number of plant characteristics for five flax varieties. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 583-588

Main and lateral kernel weight ratio in the progeny of a six- and two-rowed barley cross. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 589-596

Note on estimation of leaf area and leaf distribution in fruit trees. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 597-598

Note on control of the imported cabbageworm pieris rapae (l.) on cauliflower. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 598-600

Note on a flotation method for segregation of water core apples. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 600-602

Note on the swift current forage plot harvester ii. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 602-604

Note on a laboratory table transformed into a transferring chamber. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 604-605

Note on stewart 63 durum wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 605-607

Note on a seed dispenser for cereal plots. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 607-610

Note on early lethbridge tomato. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 610-611

Note on earlicrop tomato. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 611-612

Note on talbot winter wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 612-613

Note on starfire tomato. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 614

Note on beaver alfalfa. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 615-617

Note on park hard red spring wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 617-618

Note on co2 effects on greenhouse tomato cropping. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 43(4): 618-619

The role of insects in the spread of cucumber mosaic virus. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(1): 1-6

Air-borne pollen surveys in manitoba and saskatchewan. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(1): 7-14

The effect of date of seeding and fertility level on the yield of wheat, oats, and barley in northwestern alberta. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(1): 15-20

Penetration of and persistence in soil of the herbicide atrazine. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(1): 21-27

The effects of ph and calcium on the uptake of radiophosphorus by flue-cured tobacco. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(1): 28-31

Long-term effects of insecticides on wireworms (agriotes spp.) of grassland in nova scotia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(1): 32-36

Growth-dilution as a factor in the decline of pesticide residues on alfalfa-grass forage. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(1): 37-41

The effect of graft-wound protectants on the establishment and strength of scions on frameworked apple trees. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(1): 42-46

Effect of grasses on helminthosporium sativum in soil. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(1): 47-52

A greenhouse method of rearing the barley jointworm, tetramesa hordei, with observations on the biology and host-plant relations of the insect. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(1): 53-56

Precision of field experiments with vegetable crops as influenced by plot size and shape: iii. potatoes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(1): 57-65

Seed production of crested wheatgrass as influenced by various management practices. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(1): 66-74

Effect of raspberry crown borer, bembecia marginata, on yield of loganberries. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(1): 75-77

Influence of time of seeding on establishment and persistence of species, and yield of forage mixtures. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(1): 78-84

Damage to flax by 2,4-d and mcpa applied in different volumes of water. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(1): 85-88

A simple measure of physical strength of cured tobacco leaf. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(1): 89-95

Effect of pasture sampling cages on seed and herbage yields of creeping red fescue. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(1): 96-99

The emergence and plant development of wild buckwheat (polygonum convolvulus). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(1): 100-103

The inheritance of erucic acid content in rapeseed (brassica napus). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(1): 104-111

Extraction of alfalfa leaf cytoplasmic protein with modified pirie disintegrator. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(1): 112-113

Protein content of wheat as affected by agronomic practices. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 115-122

Mercury resroues in potatoes in relation to foliar sprays of phenyl mercury chloride. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 123-125

Procedure for evaluating varieties of flue-cured tobacco for performance in soil infested with the black root rot fungus. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 126-132

The effects of polybutene emulsions on greenhouse tomatoes and the control of leaf mold. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 133-138

Effect of irrigated crop rotations on yield and soil fertility. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 139-144

Influence of date of seeding on yield and yield components in flaxseed. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 145-148

Effect of consecutive treatments of aldrin and heptachlor on residues in rutabagas and carrots and on certain soil arthropods and yield. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 149-156

A greenhouse evaluation of the effects of soil moisture, relative humidity, and helminthosporium sativum infection on brittleness of barley awns. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 157-160

Relationships of some growth characteristics of three grass species. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 161-166

Control of variation within plots in winter survival trials of wheat and rye. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 167-169

Effects of spring preplanting fumigation in strawberry soil in new brunswick. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 170-174

Bloat investigations: ii. a comparison of the true protein and element contents of alfalfa hay from bloating and non-bloating farms. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 175-181

Cephalosporium species parasitic on helminthosporium (sensu late). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 182-187

Some effects of gamma radiation on the storage life of fresh strawberries. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 188-194

Zinc deficiency in eastern ontario orchards. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 195-200

Pasture and fodder attributes of oat varieties. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 201-207

The comparative suitability of some grasses for turf in southern saskatchewan. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 208-211

An apparatus for separating grass and soil from turf for collecting wireworm larvae (coleoptera:elateridae) in organic soils. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 212-213

An apparatus for weekly measurement of precipitation and evaporation. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 213-215

Influence of nitrogen fertilization on the yield, protein, and oil content of two varieties of rape. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 215-217

Changes in the fatty acid composition of the seeds of three oil-bearing species during increasing seed maturity. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 217-218

Leo birdsfoot trefoil . Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(2): 219-220

The cooking quality of field peas. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(3): 221-228

Low cost, efficient plant growth chambers. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(3): 229-234

Aphid dissemination of strawberry viruses in nova scotia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(3): 235-239

Root study of three wheat varieties and their resistance to drought and damage by soil cracking. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(3): 240-248

A comparative study of methods of inoculating alfalfa with leptosphaerulina briosiana. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(3): 249-252

The effect of maleic hydrazide on synthesis of lignin. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(3): 253-258

Inheritance of resistance to erysiphe graminis f. sp. hordei in barley: i. the inheritance of resistance in two varieties immune to race 8. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(3): 259-262

Varietal differences in phosphorus level in leaves of flue-cured tobacco. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(3): 263-264

The effect of root-knot nematodes on the yield of processing tomatoes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(3): 265-267

A greenhouse study of the effect of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium on brittleness and ash content of barley awns. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(3): 268-271

The effect of organic treatments and crop rotation on soil populations of pratylenchus penetrans in strawberry culture. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(3): 272-275

Comparaison de deux methodes pour determiner le moment d’irriguer le tabac jaune. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(3): 276-282

Magnetism and plant growth: ii. effect on root growth of cereals. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(3): 283-287

Morphological and cytological effects of dicamba on wheat and barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(3): 288-294

A selection of brassica campestris l. containing no erucic acid in its seed oil. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(3): 295

Selective chemical control of couchgrass and bromegrass in kentucky bluegrass sod. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(3): 296-297

An evaporative spray-cooling system for glasshouses. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(3): 297-299

An evaluation of 15 grass species as forage crops for southwestern saskatchewan. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(4): 301-310

Seed yield and morphological development of russian wild ryegrass as influenced by grazing. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(4): 311-317

Distribution of potassium, calcium, magnesium, and sodium in grasses at progressive stages of maturity. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(4): 318-324

Forcing of rhubarb under lights. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(4): 325-328

Seasonal changes in electrical resistance of apple shoots as a criterion of their maturity. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(4): 329-331

Irrigated grass–legume mixtures as summer pasture for yearling steers. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(4): 332-336

Factors affecting seed production in trifolium medium. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(4): 337-343

Interactions in forage yield trials. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(4): 344-350

Placement of di-allate and tri-allate for control of wild oats in wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(4): 351-358

Selection of rape plants (brassica napus) with seed oil practically free from erucic acid. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(4): 359-364

Potential and actual populations of grasshopper nymphs in tilled and untilled cereal grain fields. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(4): 365-375

Effect of varying degree of soil manipulation on yield of upland paddy (oryza sativa) and on associated weeds. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(4): 376-380

The effect of photoperiod and temperature on the characteristics of flaxseed oil. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(4): 381-382

Further evidence of pollen transmission of necrotic ring spot and sour cherry yellows viruses in sour cherry. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(4): 383-384

Further study on the effect of a white surface mulch on growth of sweet clover in the greenhouse. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(4): 384-385

Ceiling and wall blinds used for maintaining lower air and soil temperatures in greenhouses. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(4): 386-387

Preservation of blueberry pollen by the freeze-drying process. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(4): 387-388

A portable leaf area measuring instrument. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(4): 389-391

Experiments on control of the six-spotted leafhopper, macrosteles fascifrons, and aster yellows on head lettuce with contact and systemic insecticides fn manitoba. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 393-396

Evaporation from atmometers and pans. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 397-404

The effects of five herbicides on the numbers of certain invertebrate animals in grassland soil. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 405-409

Direct correlation of air-polluting ozone and tobacco weather fleck. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 410-417

Dangerous new races of oat stem rust and sources of resistance to them. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 418-426

Verticillium wilt of forage legumes in canada. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 427-432

The effects of soil ph on the mineral composition and growth of the lowbush blueberry. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 433-438

Effects of weather fluctuations on the scheduling of irrigation. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 439-445

Vernalization and days to anthesis of winter wheat under controlled temperature and light. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 446-450

Root and stalk rot of corn in southwestern ontario: iii. sugar levels as a measure of plant vigor and resistance. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 451-457

Effect of varying concentrations of oxygen with and without co2 on senescent changes in stored mcintosh apples grown under two levels of nitrogen fertilization. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 458-465

Control of verticillium dahliae and meloidogyne incognita in greenhouse tomatoes by soil fumigation. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 466-470

Spread of necrotic ring spot and sour cherry yellows viruses in niagara peninsula orchards. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 471-484

A comparison of three plot sizes in studies of host resistance to the wheat stem sawfly. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 485

Note sur la composition et la digestibilite de la vicia cracca. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 486

Resistance in melilotus species to the sweetclover weevil (sitona cylindricollis). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 487-488

Septoria development on oats as affected by host plant nutrition. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 488-490

A preliminary investigation of factors limiting lowbush blueberry production on cape breton island. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 491-492

Observations of root growth in the greenhouse tomato. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 492-494

A comparison of seeding rates in studies of host resistance to the wheat stem sawfly. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 495-496

Swift tomato. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(5): 497

The inheritance of erucic acid content in rapeseed (brassica campestris). Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(6): 499-504

The influence of levels of irrigation on the nutritive value of alfalfa. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(6): 505-508

The effect of irrigation on the agronomic and malting characteristics of barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(6): 509-514

Trends in damage by wireworms (coleoptera: elateridae) in grain crops in saskatchewan, 1954–1961. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(6): 515-519

Evaluation of flame photometric determination of magnesium in plant material. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(6): 520-524

Effect of n, p, ca, and mg treatments on yield of barley varieties grown on acid soils. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(6): 525-530

Control of root disease in peas by seed treatment in southern alberta. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(6): 531-537

Evaluation of cold-hardiness by controlled freezing of field-hardened forage crops. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(6): 538-543

Verticillium dahliae and gliocladium roseum isolation from strawberries in nova scotia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(6): 544-549

Inheritance of free beta-amylase in barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(6): 550-554

Use of simazine for control of weeds in strawberries in coastal british columbia. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(6): 555-560

Inheritance of bunt reaction in a redman × s-615 wheat cross. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(6): 561-567

The effect of temperature on postharvest physiology and storage life of pears. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(6): 568-579

A rapid seedling test to distinguish russell from garry oats. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(6): 580

An in situ technique developed for studying the hardening process in legumes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(6): 581

Injury to oats (avena sativa) by mcpa. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(6): 582

Culture of phytophthora infestans on artificial media prepared from rye seeds. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(6): 583

A cereal rod-row plot harvester. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(6): 584-585

Timers to control field instrumentation. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 44(6): 585-587

Predisposition of tobacco to ozone damage. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(1): 1-12

Uptake of sr85 by cereal crops and varieties. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(1): 13-17

Action du phosphate et de la potasse sur les rendements et la composition botanique et chimique d’une association luzerne–mil. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(1): 18-26

Field evaluation and the importance of the ascochyta complex on peas. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(1): 27-33

Estimating most probable prairie wheat production from precipitation data. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(1): 34-47

Ecology of a fungus-induced hot spot in stored grain. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(1): 48-59

Response of water sedge in the growth room to fertilizer and temperature treatments. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(1): 60-66

The influence of maternal parent on frost-hardiness of apple progenies. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(1): 67-71

Insecticide residues in potatoes and soil after consecutive soil treatments of aldrin and heptachlor. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(1): 72-78

Rest period studies on seeds of amelanchier, prunus, and sorbus. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(1): 79-85

Storage life of chrysanthemum stool cuttings as influenced by fungicidal treatments, storage temperatures, and stripping. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(1): 86-89

Effect of cooling rate on storage life of pears. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(1): 90-97

L’influence des doses de semis sur l’établissement, les rendements et la persistance de quatre graminées fourragères associées au mélange luzerne–trèfle rouge. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(1): 98-103

Identification of high-pigment, hp, tomatoes in the seedling stage. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(1): 104-105

A comparison of the reactions to stem rust of wheat lines backcrossed five and nine times to marquis that carry the same resistance genes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(1): 106-107

The effect of acid scarification and low temperature on the germination of cornus nuttallii. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(1): 107-109

Burley tobacco variety harwin. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(1): 109-110

Compact mutants of apple induced by ionizing radiation. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(2): 117-124

Effet du préfanage ou des additifs sur la qualité d’un ensilage de fléole récoltée à un taux élevé d’humidité. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(2): 125-131

Correlation between evaporation from bellani plates and evapotranspiration from orchards. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(2): 132-138

An evaluation of the residual effect of applied phosphorus on cultivated pastures as measured by barley following sod-breaking. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(2): 139-144

The response of native stands of lowbush blueberry in newfoundland to nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium fertilizers. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(2): 145-152

Effect of management on forage yield and subsequent grain production of winter rye. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(2): 153-158

The hardiness of progeny from reciprocal malus crosses. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(2): 159-161

Pasture productivity of two grass–alfalfa mixtures in northeastern saskatchewan. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(2): 162-168

Fecundity of the root weevils brachyrhinus sulcatus and sciopithes obscurus on strawberry in the laboratory and outdoors. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(2): 169-176

Selection for higher seed yield in alfalfa. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(2): 177-183

Amino acid recoveries in the analyses of some feed samples. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(2): 184-188

Sources of resistance in barley to pyrenophora teres. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(2): 189-193

A comparison of three types of rain gauges. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(2): 194-196

Phenotypic characteristics of alfalfa tolerant to brown root rot. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(2): 197-198

The performance of a portable temperature recorder for field experiments. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(2): 199-201

Production of nematode-free strawberry plants. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(2): 201-202

The influence of solar radiation on soil temperatures. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(2): 203-204

The pathogenicity of new races of wheat stem rust to adult plants of resistant varieties. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(2): 204-206

Sunflower variety peredovik. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 45(2): 207