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Gherson, L. 1943: A disease of Fragaria caused by Fusarium orthoceras. Palestine J. Bot., (J), 3: 54-5
Gherson, L. 1943: A disease of Fragaria caused by Fusarram orineceras. Palest. J. Bot 3(1): 54-55
Middleton, J.T.; Tucker, C.M. 1939: A disease of Gloxinia caused by Phytophthora cryptogea. Phytopathology 29(1): 17-18
Picado, C. 1924: A disease of Haricot Beans (parasitic association of species of bacteria antagonistic to each other when living outside the host. Rev. Path. Veg. et Ent. Agric 11(2): 150-155
Wormser, G.; Barat, H. 1930: A disease of Hevea in Cochin China. (Preliminary note). Rev. Path. Veg. et Ent. Agric 17(2): 15-20
Steinmann, A. 1923: A disease of Hevea seedlings in the seed-bed. Arch. Rubbercult. Nederl.-Indie 7(10): 444-445
Mclennan, E.I. 1931: A disease of Hops in Tasmania and an account of a protomyxean organism, Leptomyxa reticulata Goodey var. hunmli (nov. var.), associated with it. Australian Journ. Exper. Biol. & Med. Sci 8(1): 9-44
Hawker, L.E.; Singh, B. 1943: A disease of Lilies caused by Fusarium bulbigenum Cooke & Mass. Trans. Brit. mycol. Soc 26(3-4): 116-126
Miller, P.A. 1929: A disease of Lippia caused by Sclerotium rolfsii Sacc. Phytopath 19(5): 509-510
Storey, H.H. 1924: A disease of Maize and its probable relation to the control of streak disease in Uba Cane. South African Sugar Journ 8(9): 647-649
Alcock, M. N.L. 1924: A disease of Narcissus bulbs caused by a sclerotium-producing fungus. Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc 10(1-2): 127-128
Reid, W.D. 1925: A disease of Pear and Apple trees. New Zealand Fruit Grower 7(7): 377-378
Chevalier, A. 1931: A disease of Pearl. Millet in Senegal. Rev. de Bot. Appliquee 11(113): 49-50
Verplancke, G. 1932: A disease of Pelargonium zonale due to a filterable virus. Bull. Cl. Sci. Acad. Roy. de Belgique 18(3): 269-281
Raychaudhuri, S.P. 1942: A disease of Pigeon Pea Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp. caused by Diplodia cajani spec. nov. Indian J. agric. Sci 12(6): 837-847
Savulescu, T.; Rayss, T. 1929: A disease of Pinus pumilio in the Carpathians. Rev. Path. Veg. et Ent. Agric 16(2): 65-68
Cristinzio, M. 1938: A disease of Pistachio (Pistacia vera L.) caused by a Botryodiplodia. Ric. Ossvz. Divulg, filopat. Campania ed Mezzogiorno (Portici), 7: 42-66
Chaudhuri, H.; Singh, J. 1935: A disease of Pomegranate (Punica granatum Linn.) due to Amphichaeta punicae n.sp. Trans. Brit. mycol Soc 19(2): 139-144
Martinet, G. 1924: A disease of Potatoes. La Terre Vaud 16(26): 390-391
Beck, O. 1926: A disease of Privet seedlings and branches (Myxosporium cingulatum or Guomonia cingulata n. sp.). Zeitschr. fur Pflanzenkrankh 36(3-4): 65-71
Pratt, C.A. 1926: A disease of Queensland Cotton seed. Empire Cotton Growing Review 3(2): 103-111
Berger, P. 1926: A disease of Rose trees. La Vie Agric. et Rurale 28(10): 157-158
Gadd, C.H. 1937: A disease of Salvias. Tropical​ ​Agriculturist 89(6): 335-338
Lee, H.A. 1923: A disease of Satsuma and Mandarin Orange fruits caused by Gloeosporium foliicolum Nishida. Phillip. Journ. of Science 22(6): 603-614
Mitter, J.H.; Tandon, R.N. 1930: A disease of Solanum melongena in Allahabad. Jour Indian Bot Soc 9(4): 242
Fron, G.; Monchot, E. 1931: A disease of Spinach in 1930. Rev. Path. Veg. et Ent. Agric 18(3-4): 45-53
Labrousse, F. 1931: A disease of Spinach. II. Pythium ultimum Trow, an organism associated with 'the disease' of Spinach and with a rot of the rhizomes of Chinese Yam. Rev. Path. Veg. et Ent. Agric 18(3-4): 65-74
Dufrenoy, J. 1931: A disease of Spinach. III. A cytological study of parasitized Spinach. Rev. Path. Veg. et Eut. Agric 18(3-4): 74-80
Zerova, Mme, M.Y. 1939: A disease of Spruce caused by the fungus Phomopsis piceae n.sp. J. Inst. Bot. Acad. Sci, Ukraine 20(28): 137-143
Shevtchenko, V. 1928: A disease of Sugar-beet, Rhizoctonia violacea Tul., new to the Ukraine. Plant-Breeding Messenger. Belaya Tzerkov, 4, 21-23
Hotson, J.W.; Hartge, L. 1923: A disease of Tomato caused by Phytophthora mezioana sp. nov. Phytopath 13(12): 520-530
Berger, G. 1937: A disease of Tomato: collar necrosis due to Alternaria solani Sorauer in the region of Casablanca and Fedala (Morocco). Ann. Epiphyt 3(2): 225-230
Canonaco, A. 1937: A disease of Tropaeolum majus L. due to a Hyphomycete of the genus 'Oidiopsis' Scal. Lav. Ist. bot. Palermo 8: 31-46
Brooks, F.T. 1926: A disease of Tulips and Iris reticulata. Gard. Chron, 79: 2050, 271-272
Orchard, O.B. 1935: A disease of Winter Cherry. Rep, exp. Res. Sta. Cheshunt 1935. 54-55
Chowdhury, S.O. 1936: A disease of Zea mays caused by Colletotrichum graminicoium (Ces.) Wils. Indian J. agric. Sci 6(3): 833-843
Cooley, J.S.; Lincoln, F.B. 1943: A disease of apple grafts and layers caused by a Rhizoctonia. Phytopath 33(3): 255-257
Foex, E.; Lansade, M. 1936: A disease of bananas. Rev. Bot. appl 16: 887-92
Goidanich, G. 1936: A disease of clover. Giorn. agric. Domen. Pia- cenza, 48: 75,
Ware, W.M. 1933: A disease of cnltivated Mnshrooms cansed by Verticillium malthonsei sp. nov. Ann. of Botany. 47(188): 763-785
Hubert, E.E. 1935: A disease of conifers caused by Stereum sanguinolen-turn. J. For 33(5): 485-489
Bewley, W.F.; Oyler, E. 1935: A disease of cultivated Heaths. Rep. exp. Res. Sta. Cheshunt 1935. 55-60
Chevalier, A. 1922: A disease of cultivated Lavender. Rev. Bot. appliquee. 2(13): 482-483
Oyler, E.; Bewley, W.F. 1936: A disease of cultivated heaths. Cheshunt Exptl And Res Sta Ann Rept 21: 50-56
Middleton, J.T.; Tucker, C.M.; Tompkins, C.M. 1944: A disease of gloxinia caused by Phytophthora cryptogea. Journal of Agricultural Research (Washington, D.C.) 68(11): 405-413
Richter, H. 1934: A disease of lupins still unexplained. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst 14: 81-2
Moniz, D.Maia, R. 1924: A disease of seedling Eucalypts caused by Botrytis. Revista Agronomica, Lisbon 1(1): 23-24
Furtado, C.X. 1935: A disease of the Angsana tree. J. Malay. Br. Asiat. Soc 13(2): 163
Brooks, F.T. 1932: A disease of the Arum Lily caused by Phcyllosticta richardiae, n. sp. Ann. of Appl. Biol 19(1): 16-20
Fawcett, Stella, G.M. 1938: A disease of the Australian grass Microlaena stipoides R. Br. caused by a nematode, Anguillulina microlaenae n. sp. Jour Helminthol 16(1): 17-32
Thompson, A. 1926: A disease of the Betel vine caused by a species of Phytophthora. Malayan Agric. Journ 14(1): 1-6
Volf, F. 1936: A disease of the Carp caused by the mould Mucopliilus eyprini Plehn. Zem. Arch 27(5-6): 297-303
Szymanek, J. 1926: A disease of the Cauliflower in northern France. Rev. Path. Veg.el Ent. Agric 13(4): 259-261
Nicolas, G.; Aggery, M. 1932: A disease of the Cherry-Laurel in Switzerland. Rev. Path. Veg. et Ent. Agric 19(4): 174-176
Duegan, J.C. 1934: A disease of the English Morello Cherry caused by Bacterium pruni. Journal of Agricultural Research (Washington, D.C.) 49(8): 745-754
Bongini, V. 1933: A disease of the Loquat (Eriobotrya japonica). La Difesa delle Piante 10(1): 4-8
Sartort, A.; Sabtory, R.; Meyer, J. 1929: A disease of the Melon (Citrullus vulgaris) caused by a Fusarium and a chromogenic bacterium. Comptes rendus Acad. des Sciences. 188: 22, 1434-1486
Foex, E. 1923: A disease of the Poplar. Rev. hort 95(21): 476-477
Ravaz, L.; Verge, G. 1925: A disease of the Vine, excoriosis. Comptes Rendus Acad. des Sciences 180(4): 313-315
Campbell, M.E. 1938: A disease of the Viola caused by Ramularia deflectens. Ann Appl Biol 25(1): 115-121
Thompson, A. 1934: A disease of the durian tree. Malayan Agric Jour 22(8): 369-371
D.M.ia, R.M.; D'oliveira, M.D.L. 1945: A disease of the potato caused by a variety of Bact. solanacearum. Agron. lusit 7: 195-205
Curzi, M. 1925: A disease of young Pear trees (Montemartinia myfiadea n. gen., n. sp.). Congres. delle Sci. di Pavia 24-29, 1925. 15(5-6): 87-88
Curzi, M. 1926: A disease of young Pear trees and a new genus of Pyrenomycetes. Atti 1st. Bot. R. Univ. di Pavia 3: 73-89
Murray, R.K.S. 1930: A disease of young bad-shoots caused by Phytophthora palmivora Butler. First Quart. Circ, for Rubber Res. Scheme. Ceylon 7(1): 10-12
Palm, B.T.; Jochems, S.C.J. 1924: A disease on Amarantus, caused by Choanephora cncurbitarum (B. & Rav.) Thaxter. Phytopath 14(11): 490-494
Froboese, C.; Thoma, E. 1933: A disease resembling sprue and pellagra. Ztschr. f. klin. Med 124: 478-489
Perrenoud, J.P.; Fleury, C. 1942: A disease that war causes to reappear: xanthosis. A disturbance of metabolism of carotene and vitamin A. Rev. med. Suisse romande. 8, 647-652
Findlay, W.M. 1931: A disease-resisting Turnip. Scottish Journ. of Agric 14(2): 173-183
Shaw, F.J.F. 1922: A diseased condition of Rice. Agric. Journ. of India 17(2): 152-154
Meimberg, W. 1934: A disinfection experiment on the control of stripe disease of Barley. Nachricht, uber Schad-lingsbelcampf, 9: l, 27-29
Schuster, C.E.; Miller, P.W. 1933: A disorder of Persian (English) Walnuts grafted on Black-Walnut stocks, resulting in girdling. Phytopath 23(4): 408-409
Levin, O.L.; Behrman, H.T. 1945: A distinctive but frequently unrecognized variety of ringworm of the skin. J. Mt Sinai Hosp 12(1): 457-463
Bundy, O. 1944: A district common and some reflections on forestry arising from its silvicultural treatment.. Svenska SkogsvForen. Tidskr 42(6): 434-56
Flaum, E.; Schlesinger, A. 1931: A disturbance of blood sugar regulation in families with diabetic members. Wien. Arch. f. inn. Med, 22: 131
Hibbard, P.L. 1937: A dithizone method for measurement of small amounts of zinc. Indust. Engng. Chem. Anal. Ed 9: 127-131
Bendix, G.H.; Grabenstetter, D. 1943: A dithizone method for the rapid determination of copper. Indust. Eng. Chem. Anal. Ed 15: 649-652
Wulff, E.V. 1937: A division of the world into phytogeographical regions with regard to the quantitative distribution of species. Trudy prikl. Bot. Genet. Selek, 2, 315-68
Santini, P. 1937: A doctor's contribution to the study of the 'bajoudh' disease of the Date Palm. Archives de l'Institut Pasteur d'Algerie 15(2): 271-276
Hauck, E. 1936: A dog from Cameroon. Wien.tierarztl. Mschr 23: 525-528
Hadjinov, M.I. 1939: A dominant mutable gene for purple colour in the R series of multiple allelomorphs in maize. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR 23: 366-369
Ponse, K. 1941: A dominant mutation in the toad : bithoracic ectromelia. C.R. Soc. Phys.Hist. nat, Geneve 58: 174-176
Karper, R.E. 1932: A dominant mutation of frequent occurrence in sorghum. Amer. Nat 66: 511-29
Kakizaki, Y. 1930: A dominant white-flowered mutant of Brassica oleracea L. Jap. J. Genet 6: 55-60
Jeffries, C.D. 1941: A double centrifuge tube for the separation of soil minerals by means of heavy liquids. Soil Sci 52(2): 167-170
Cochran, W.G.; Autrey, K.M.; Cannon, C.Y. 1941: A double change-over design for dairy cattle feeding experiments. J. Dairy Sci 24: 937-951
Mortimore, M.E. 1941: A double check on erosion. Soil Conservation 7: 150-151
Caballero, A.; Ramos, J.L. 2006: A double mutant of Pseudomonas putida JLR11 deficient in the synthesis of the nitroreductase PnrA and assimilatory nitrite reductase NasB is impaired for growth on 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene (TNT). Environmental Microbiology 8(7): 1306-1310
Einecke, A. 1941: A double purpose form of kohlrabi. Dtsch. landw. Pr, 68: 429
Henning, W.L. 1937: A double sheep pregnancy with a single corpus luteum. J. Hered 28: 61-62
Chang, J.; Zhang, Y.; Mao, B.; Wang, L.; Li, T-qian.; Zhang, R-ming. 2007: A double-blind, randomized controlled trial of Chaige Qingre Granule in treating acute upper respiratory tract infection of wind heat syndrome. Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Xue Bao 5(2): 141-146
Dalmasso, G. 1914: A doubtful method of combating the vine moth. Riv. Vitic. Enol. Agrar., Conegliano 20(1): 6-10
Blakeslee, A.F. 1921: A draft-infectious Disease of Datura resembling a Vegetative Mutation. Journal of Genetics 11(1): 17-36
Tiuvin, M.G. 1938: A dry method for the determination of the nitrate nitrogen of the soil.. Khim. Sotsial. Zemled, 4, 113-114
Mundkur, B.B.; Khan, M.A. 1934: A dry spray method of treating oat seed against covered smut. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 4(5): 899-905
Wright, P.H. 1943: A dry-land fruit-the buffaloberry. Canad. Hort, 66: 79
Kirk, L.E. 1939: A dry-land turf grass. Turf Culture 1: 105-10
Dodge, B.O. 1937: A dry-rot disease of Opuntia. J. N. Y. bot. Gdn 38(451): 170-172
Perre, P.; Remond, R. 2006: A dual-scale computational model of kiln wood drying including single board and stack level simulation. Drying Technology 24(9): 1069-1074
Barnes, M.M. 1944: A dust experiment for codling moth control in a heavy infestation. Jour Econ Ent 37(5): 620-623
Sieglinger, J.B. 1933: A dwarf mutation in kafir. Jour Heredity 24(9): 337-338
Greene, H.S. 1940: A Dwarf Mutation in the Rabbit : the Constitutional Influence on Homozygous and Heterozygous Individuals. Journal of Experimental Medicine 71(6): 839-856
Lambert, W.V.; Sciuchetti, A. 1935: A Dwarf Mutation in the Rat. Science 81(2098): 278
Anonymous 1938: A dwarf oat found in a Nortex-Victoria cross. J. Amer. Soc. Agron 30: 347-48
Yudkin, J. 1938: A ease of beriberi occurring in London. Lancet 235: 1347-1350
Daniel, L. 1934: A ease of chance crossing in the Freach bean. C. R. Acad. Sci, Paris, 1170-72
Ottosen, H.E. 1945: A ease of cor pseudobiloculare with situs inversus and transposition of arteries in a calf. Maanedsskr. Dyrlaeger 57: 261-273
Emery, H.; Prat, H. 1936: A ease of hereditary fasciation in pumpkins. Bull. Soc. nat. Hort. Fr 3: 159-60
Foss, J.O.; Nelson, C.I. 1945: A ease of mastitis due to Clostridium perfringens. N. Amer. Vet 26: 604-605
Kielland, J. 1939: A ease of pellagra with recurrence altar exposure to sunlight. Nord. Med 1: 663-666
Rajagopalan, V.R.; Sankaranarayanan, N.S. 1944: A ease of pseudotuberculosis (Pasteurella pseudotuberculosis infection) in the goat. Indian J. vet.Sci 14: 34-36
Florio, R.; Saurat, P. 1943: A ease of tuberculous iritis in the rabbit. Rev. Med.vet. Lyon et Toulouse 94: 164-167
Finch, A.H., E.Al. 1933: A ehlorotie condition of plants in Arizona related to iron deficiency. Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 30: 431-434
Clapp, H. 1937: A factor in breeding efficiency of dairy cattle. Proc. Amer. Soc. Anim. Prod, 259-265
Hammond, J.C. 1941: A factor in cod liver oil that hinders the utilization of vitamin E by chickens. Poultry Sci 20(4): 369-371
Petranyi, G.; Blazso, S. 1933: A factor in the osmotic resistance of red blood cells. Orvosi Hetilap 77: 287-289
Wilcox, R.B.; Beckwith, C.S. 1933: A factor in the varietal resistance of cranberries to the false-blossom disease. Journal of Agricultural Research (Washington, D.C.) 47(8): 583-590
Medawar, P.B. 1937: A factor inhibiting the growth of mesenchyme. Quart. J. Exp. Physiol 27: 147-160
Chapman, H.H. 1945: A factual analysis of the Quetico-Superior controversy. J. For 43: 97-103
Ferrin, E.F. 1939: A factual basis for changing swine types. Proc. Amer. Soc. Anim. Prod., 32nd Ann. Meet, 125-128
Williams, C.C.; Cameron, E.J.; Williams, O.B. 1941: A facultatively anaerobic mold of unusual heat resistance. Food Res 6(1): 69-73
Clements, F.W. 1940: A family coefficient scale developed from the Australian nutrition survey. Journal of Hygiene 40(6): 681-689
Dice, L.R. 1942: A family of dog-coyote hybrids. Jour Mammal 23(2): 186-192
Deacon, G.E. 1941: A fangos disease of some species of Rosa. Rose Annu, 113-115
Schaefer, E.E. 1941: A fangos of the family Entomophthoraceae found on Sugar Ante (Campanotus sp.). Bothalia 4(1): 237-249
Alcock, M. N.L.; Foister, C.E. 1936: A fangus disease of stored Potatoes. Scot. J. agric 19(3): 252-257
Huyke, R. 1939: A farm management study of 60 dairy farms in Puerto Rico, 1935-36. J. Agric. Univ, Puerto Rico 23: 131-175
Schneiter, F. 1934: A farm manure trial on an East Styrian Nardus pasture and the preliminary result. Rep 3rd Grassl. Conf. Zurich, 296-307
Van Dyk, C.J.; Penzhorn, K.E.W. 1945: A farming demonstration for crop production in western Transvaal. Fmg. S. Afr 20: 207-14; 238
Mcrae, W.; Subbamaniam, L.S. 1928: A farther note on the mosaic disease of Sugar-cane. Agric. Journ. of India 23(4): 239-255
Berend, N. 1933: A fat dehydrating enzyme. Biochem. Ztschr 260: 490-498
Hill, K.R.; Robinson, G. 1945: A fatal case of D.D.T. poisoning in a child, with an account of two accidental deaths in dogs. British Medical Journal 2: 845-847
Schlumberger, H.G. 1945: A fatal case of cerebral coccidiomycosis with cultural studies. Amer. J. med. Sci, ccix: 4, 483-496
Hobbs, F.Bedo 1944: A fatal case of mustard gas poisoning. Brit Med Jour 4365: 306-307
Schwarz, K. 1944: A fatal liver injury caused by diet and the occurrence of substances protecting the liver. Hoppe-Seyler's Ztschr 281: 101-108
Ussing, H. 1925: A faunistic and biological Contribution to the natural History of Danish Simuliids. Vidensk. Medd. dansk nathuhist. For. Copenhagen, Ixxx: 517-542
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D.Koning, M. 1925: A feared Enemy of our Pine Forests. Tijdschr. Plantenziekten, Wageningen 31(7): 165-166
Knox, J.H. 1931: A feed lot test of the four most common grades of yearling feeder steers. Proc. Amer. Soc. Animal Production. ( 1932). 173-176
Singh, C.; Raj, D. 1932: A feeding experiment to compare the merits of single and mixed fodders. Agric And Live Stock in India 2(1): 23-30
Wilkens, D. 1932: A feeding experiment with Sass protein feeding mixture. Ztschr. f. Schweinezucht 39: 156-157
Ranke, K. 1938: A feeding experiment with roots of different dry matter contents. Dtsch. landw. Tierz 42: 533-535
Warth, F.J.; Krishnan, T.S. 1935: A feeding experiment with sheep. Indian J. Vet. Sci 5: 216-231
Wilkens, D. 1931: A feeding experiment with sour skimmed milk as a protein supplement in pig feeding. Ztschr. f. Schweinezucht. 38: 187-188
Itzerott, D. 1939: A feeding experiment with spores of Maize smut on Guinea-pigs. Z. PflKrankh 49(1): 40-41
Dijkstra, N.D. 1939: A feeding trial to test the value of artificially dried grass for dairy cows.. Versl. RijkslandbProefst., 's Grav 45: 617-648
Dijkstra, N.D. 1945: A feeding trial to test the value of grassland products for dairy cows, without use of concentrates. Versl. landb. Onderzoek, Dep. Landb., 's Grav., 49(2)C, 29-63
Dijkstra, N.D. 1943: A feeding trial to test the value of pasture products for dairy cows, without the use of concentrates.. Versl. RijsklandbProefst., 's Grav 49: 29-63
Hartley, C.W.S. 1939: A feeding trial with half-bred pigs in Penang. Malayan Agric. J 27: 355-360
Dijkstra, N.D. 1939: A feeding trial with milking cows on the nutritive value of artificially dried grass. Versl. landb. Onderzoek, Dep. Landb., 's Grav., 45(22)C, 617-648
Dijkstra, N.D. 1945: A feeding trial with potato-tops Silage. Versl. Landbouwk. Onderzoek, 51 (7), 91-130
Tainter, M.L. 1933: A feeding tube for quantitative dietary experiments on rats. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. and Med 30: 1234-1235
Park JaeHong; Ryu MyeongSeon; Gwon JeongTaek; Kim SangHo; Sang ByeongDon; Shin, W.J.; Ryu, K.S. 2003: A feeding value of stevia by-product in chickens. Korean Journal of Poultry Science 30(4): 218-228
Muntz, H.H. 1943: A fence post service test in the Mississippi Delta. J. For 41: 524-6
Schultz, A.S.; Atkin, L.; Frey, C.N. 1937: A fermentation test for vitamin B. 2. J. Amer. Chem. Soc 59: 2457-2460
Smith, H.H. 1939: A fertile mule from Arizona. Jour Heredity 30(12): 548
Karpechenko, G.D.; Bogdanova, E.N. 1937: A fertile tetraploid hybrid Brassica oleracea L. x Brassica chinensis L., experimentally produced. Bull. Appl. Bot, Leningrad., Ser. II; 7, 455-64
Lindstrom, E.W. 1932: A fertile tetraploid tomato. J. Hered 23: 115-22
Kostoff, D. 1931: A fertile triple hybrid, Nicotiana, tabacum x Nicotiana sylvestris x Nicotiana Rusbyi. Preliminary report. Amer. J. Bot 18: 112-13
Armstrong, W.D. 1936: A fertile type of Hale peach found in central Georgia. Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 33: 290-292
Beckenbach, J.R. 1939: A fertility program for celery production on Everglades organic soils. Bull Florida Agric Exp Sta 333: 1-39
Gillern, C.Von. 1943: A fertilizer experiment for improved yield and quality of fuller's teasel.. Landw. Jahrb 93: 319-330
Proebsting, E.L. 1933: A fertilizer trial with Bartlett pears. Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 30: 55-57
Slater, C.S. 1942: A fertilizer triangle for small whole number fertilizer ratios. J. Amer. Soc. Agron 34: 955-957
Rozsypal, J. 1938: A few Contributions to the Knowledge of Rhynchites pauxillus. Folia ent, Brno, 1: fasc. 1, 75-86
Zorin, P.V. 1936: A few Data on the Biology of Pteromalus puparum L. and its Utilisation in the Control of the Cabbage and Rape White Butterflies.. Bull. Sta. reg. Prot. Plantes Leningr, Leningrad, 7: pt. 3, 13-17
Vashadze, V. 1930: A few Data on the Biology of the Cotton Aphis (Aphis gossypii Glov.) and its Control.. Mitt. PflSchAbt. Volkskom. Landw. S.S.R. Georg, Tiflis, 1, 245-252
Voinovskaya-Kriger, T. 1929: A few Data on the Parasites of the Frit Fly (Oscinella frit L.) (in Russian). Izv. prikl. Ent, Leningrad 4(1): 185-188
Dmitriev, I.D.; Artem'ev, A.I. 1932: A few Data on the Survival of the Larvae of the Malaria Mosquito.. Med. Parasit. parasit. Dis, Moscow. 1(5-6): 259-261
Perfil'ev, P. 1932: A few Data on the comparative Anatomy of Mosquitos.. Zasotz. Zdravookhran. Uzbek. Social. Hlth Prot. Uzbek., Tashkent. 11(6-7): 83-90
Bashkareva, A.L. 1931: A few Data on. Malaria and other Mosquitos of the Sochi Region.. Mag. Parasit. Mus. zool. Acad. Sci. URSS, Leningrad 2: 55-58
Dobrovol'skii, B.V. 1930: A few Deductions from Observations on injurious Insects in fallow grazing Land and Fields.. Bull. N. Caucas. Pl. Prot. Sta, Rostov-on-Don, vi-vii: 273-278
Nieschulz, O.; Bos, A. 1931: A few Experiments with hibernating C. pipiens. Zbl. Bakt, Jena (2) lxxxiv: 15-18, 364-368
Sonan, J. 1929: A few Host-known Ichneumonidae found in Formosa (Hym.). Trans. Nat. Hist. Soc. Formosa, Taihoku, Formosa, 04, 415-425
Sonan, J. 1930: A few Host-known Ichneumonidae found in Formosa (Hym.) (2). Trans. Nat. Hist. Soc. Formosa, Taihoku, Formosa. 20(108): 137-144
Sonan, J. 1930: A few Host-known Ichneumonidae found in Japan and Formosa. Trans. Nat. Hist. Soc. Formosa, Taihoku, Formosa 20(110): 268-273
Coville, P. 1923: A few Hypotheses on White Pine Losses from Weevil Damage. Ames forester. Ames, Iowa 11: 72-80
Ramsay, G.C. 1929: A few Impressions on a Malaria Survey of a Group of Tea Gardens in Assam. Trans 7th Cong. Far East. Ass. Trop. Med., Calcutta 2: 661-683
Pyatnitzkii, G.K. 1929: A few Lines concerning ecological Lists of the injurious Forest Insects.. Plant Protection, Leningrad 6(1-2): 153-159
Petraschek, K. 1919: A few Notes on Applied Entomology in the United States and its influence on the Attempts at Entomological Reform in Germany and German Austria. Forstwissenschaftl. Centralblatt, Berlin 41(5): 161-173
Blattny, C. 1942: A few Notes on the Pathology of Maize in Bohemia. Ochr. Rost, Prague 18: 54-57
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