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Martel, H. 1944: Abattoirs. Bull. Acad. vet. Fr 17: 66-76
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Hindle, E.; Gozony, L. 1914: Abderhalden's Reaction and its Application in certain Protozoal Infections. Parasitology, Oct 7(3): 228-239
Nash, T.A.M. 1937: Abdominal Markings in the Genus Glossina (Diptera), in relation to Habitat. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 107(3): 351-352
Needham, A.E. 1938: Abdominal appendages in the female and copulatory appendages in the male Asellus. Quart. J. micr. Sci 81: 127-150
Dorff, G.B.; Stoloff, B. 1939: Abdominal distention - a manifestation of possible thyroid insufficiency in some children. Report of two cases. Arch. Pediat 56: 291-303
Klmmerer, H.; Meyer, W.K. 1936: Abdominal idiopathic porphyrinuria. Deutsch. Arch. klin. Med 179: 392-410
Vestergaard, E. 1945: Abed Plant Breeding Station. Beretn. Planteavl. Lolland-Falster, 1945. 7-13
Vestergaard, H.A.B. 1940: Abed Station for Plant Cultivation. Beretn. Planteavl. Lolland-Falster 1940. 3-13
Vestergaard, E. 1943: Abed Station for Plant Cultivation. Beretn. Planteavl, Lolland-Falster (1944). 7-14
Forster, N.L. 1939: Aberdeen Angus bulls for crossing purposes. Pastoral Rev 49: 1098-1099
Forster, N.L. 1939: Aberdeen Angus crosses for beef quality. Pastoral Rev 49: 896
Poljakov, I.A. 1935: Aberdeen-Angus under conditions in U.S.S.R. Probl. Zivotn, 3, 80-85
Smith, T. 1916: Aberrant Intestinal Protozoan Parasites in the Turkey. Journal of Experimental Medicine 23(3): 293-300
Du Plessis, C.J.; Keller, N.; Millward, I.R. 2007: Aberrant extradural spinal migration of Spirocerca lupi: four dogs. Journal of Small Animal Practice 48(5): 275-278
Philp, J. 1938: Aberrant leaf width in polyploid oats. J. Genet 36: 405-29
Catalano, G. 1929: Aberrant megasporogenesia in Agave- Sisalana Perrine. Nuovo Giorn. Bot. Ital, Ital. /30. 36: 317-24
Lane, C.E. 1938: Aberrant ovarian follicles in the immature rat. Anat Rec 71(2): 243-245
Dubinin, N.P.; Romasov, D.D.; Heptner, M.A.; Demedova, Z.A. 1937: Aberrant polymorphism in D. fasciata (melanogaster).. Biol. Z, Mosk., 6: 311-354; 339-354
Grasse, P. 1937: Aberrant spermatogenesis in Metatermitidae. C. R. Acad. Sci, Paris 204: 1677-1679
Romasov, D.D.; Iljina, E.D. 1943: Aberrant variability in populations of fur-bearing animals. Z. obsc. Biol 4: 286-312
Vertregt, M. 1940: Aberrant yields in the Optimal Sulphate-of-Ammonia series of trials. Arch. Suiker-indust. I, 410-414
Roth, L.M. 1945: Aberrations and Variations in Anopheline Larpde of the southeastern United States (Diptera, Culieldae). Proc. ent. Soc. Wash, Washington, D. C. 47(9): 257-278
Jenkin, T.J. 1943: Aberystwyth strains of grasses and clovers. J. Minist. Agric 50: 343-9
Gerasimova, M.V. 1944: Abies nordmanniana and an interesting specimen of this species.. Priroda 33(4): 95-6
Rehder, A. 1940: Abies procera, a new name for A. nobilis Lindl. Rhodora 42(504): 522-524
Simskii, A. 1930: Ability of dry fungicides to adhere to seeds. Fertilizers and Crops, Russian., 2: 206-212
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Lopez, A.W. 1930: Ability of mature Grubs of Leucopholis irrorata (Coleoptera, Melolonthidae) to survive Submergence in Water. Philipp. J. Sci, Manila 42(2): 307-308
D.Caro, L. 1934: Ability of normal or scorbutic tissues to fix ascorbic acid. Ztschr. f. physiol. Chem 223: 229-235
Joyeux, C.; Sautet, J. 1939: Ability of the Dog Louse to Bite Man ; its Possible Role as a Disease Vector. Arch. Med. gen. colon 8: 78-76
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Suomalainen, P. 1939: Ability of the hedgehog to utilise carotene and vitamin A. Skand. Arch. Physiol 83: 104-112
Feldweg, P. 1937: Ability to suckle and duration of suckling. Deutsch. med. Wochenschr 63: 1046-1047
Moreno, J.L.; Navarro, C.; De Las Heras, J. 2006: Abiotic ecotypes in south-central Spanish rivers: reference conditions and pollution. Environmental Pollution 143(3): 388-396
Klein, M. 1933: Ablation of Embryos in Pregnant Rabbit and Factors determining the Persistence of Corpus luteum during the Second Part of Pregnancy. C. R. Soc. Biol 113: 441-443
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Buell, J.H. 1940: Abney level correction tables. J. For 38: 803-5
Pelly, R.S. 1943: Abney level surveys. Farm and Forest 4: 85-7
Broom, J.C.; Brown, H.C. 1943: Abnormal Agglutination Reactions of a Strain of Leptospira icterohaemorrhagiae. Brit. med. J 783-784
Gabler, H. 1939: Abnormal Food of Nun Moth Larvae. Tharandt. forstl. Jb 90: 783-793
Yakimoff, W.L.; Matschoulsky, S.N. 1937: Abnormal Forms of Coeeidia. Arch. Protistenk 88: 440-444
Yakimoff, W.L.; Iwanoff-Gobzem, P.S. 1935: Abnormal Forms of Eimeria smithi Yakimoff and Galouzo, 1927. Berl tierarztl. Wschr, 51: 214
Krupski, A.; Uehlinger, E.; Almasy, F. 1938: Abnormal Limb Postures in Swiss Brown Cattle. Calcium-Phosphorus Metabolism and Histology of the Bones. VI. Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde 80: 548-552
Krupski, A.; Uehlinger, E.; Almasy, F. 1940: Abnormal Limb Postures of Young Swiss Brown Cattle. VIII. Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde 82: 333-343
Debelic, S. 1936: Abnormal Odour and Taste in Flesh from Pigs Affected with Swine Fever. Vet. Arhiv 6: 862-368
Tacken, P.H.W. 1938: Abnormal Pigmentation in a Calf. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk 65: 113-114
Bos, A.W.A. 1936: Abnormal Pigmentation in the Kidneys and Adrenal Glands of Cattle. Tijdschr. Diergenessk 63: 790-799
Yakimoff, W.; Timofeieff, P. 1939: Abnormal Sporulation of E.l. Sur la sporulation anormale d'Eimeria labbeana Pinto 1939. 284-285
Dodd, A.S.; Cowan, R. 1943: Abnormal and watered milk. Analyst 68(806): 146-147
Buckner, G.D.; Insko, W.M.; Henry, A.H. 1945: Abnormal appetite of laying hens in feeding experiments. Poultry Sci 24(2): 120-121
Decoux, L.; Roland, G. 1935: Abnormal beets. Publ. Inst. belge Amelior. Better 3: 207-25
Booberg, G. 1927: Abnormal bud formation and witches' broom-like excrescences in 2878 P.O.J. Arch. Saikerind. Nederl.-Inderl indie. 35(35): 886-889
Balavoine, P. 1939: Abnormal butters. Lait 19: 1027-1030
Taylor, F.H.L.; Levenson, S.M.; Adams, M.A. 1944: Abnormal carbohydrate metabolism in human thermal barns. New England Journal of Medicine 231: 437-445
Gould, I.A. 1944: Abnormal color production in coffee-evaporated milk mixtures with special reference to the role of lactic acid. Quart. Bull. Mich. agric. Exp. Sta 26(4): 335-340
Deshusses, J.; Novel, E. 1939: Abnormal colour in butter caused by B. janthinus. Mitt. Lebensm. Hyg 30: 2-7
Odlaug, T.O. 1939: Abnormal conditions in the reproductive system of the trematode, Gorgodera amplicava. Transactions American Microsc Society 58(1): 67-72
Raynaud, A. 1942: Abnormal connections between the lower ends of the Miillerian ducts and the dorsal wall of the urogenital sinus of mouse embryos. Bull, biol. 76: 383-390
Snell, G.D.; Picken, D.I.abel 1935: Abnormal development in the mouse caused by chromosome unbalance. Journal of Genetics 31(2): 213-235
Strasburger, E.H. 1936: Abnormal development of eggs in crosses of E. chrysomelina x E. capensis. Z. indukt. Abstamm.- u. VererbLehre 71: 538-545
Breslavetz, L.P. 1935: Abnormal development of pollen in different races and grafts of hemp. Genetica 17(1/2): 154-169
Trautmann, A.; Silber, H. 1944: Abnormal development of secondary sexual characters in a cock. Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 52: 301-304
Trautmann, A.; Silber, H. 1944: Abnormal development of secondary sexual characters in an incompletely castrated cock. Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 52: 301-304
Tees, J. 1937: Abnormal duration of pregnancy in a cow. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk 64: 134-135
Nestler, R.B.; Llewellyn, L.M. 1944: Abnormal feathering of pen-reared bobwhites. Poultry Sci 23(1): 72-75
Niszle, A. 1932: Abnormal flora of the large intestine and the treatment. Klin. Wochenschr 11: 1456-1459
Kroning, F. 1938: Abnormal fore-toes as a new hereditary character in the guinea-pig. Biol. Zbl 58: 268-272
Popescu, S. 1938: Abnormal formations in potato and beet; gourds without epicarp; new varieties and races of wheat. Anal. Inst. Cerc. Agron. Roman, 677-678
Koenig, W. 1941: Abnormal freezing points in unadulterated milk. Z. Untersuch. Lebensmitt 81(6): 481-488
Dulzetto, F. 1934: Abnormal gonopodia and structure of the testis in G. holbrookii. Arch. zool. (ital.). Napoli., 20: 203-214
Wolfe, J.M.; Burack, E.; Wright, A.W. 1940: Abnormal growth in a strain of rats characterized by low fertility and a high incidence of benign mammary tumors. Endocrinology 27(6): 883-887
Dunn, L.C. 1941: Abnormal growth patterns : with special reference to genetically determined deviations in early development. Growth 5: Suppl, 147-161
Moriwaki, D. 1937: Abnormal inheritance in relation to the bobbed character of Drosophila ananassae. Cytologia, Fujii Jubil. Vol, 228-233
Dopheide, A.B.A. 1932: Abnormal leaf fall in mature Hevea gardens in consequence of infection by Phytophthora faberi. De Bergcultures 6(18): 445-446
Forsyth, D.D.; Schuster, M.L. 1943: Abnormal leaf formation on flax seedlings caused by Spergon. Journal American Society Agron 35(8): 733-735
Frey-Wyssling, A. 1931: Abnormal leaves of Hevea brasiliensis as a clonal characteristic.. Archief voor de Rubbercultuur 15: 114-24
Krupski, A.; Uehlinger, E.; Tschumi, H. 1942: Abnormal limb postures in Swiss spotted cattle. XIII. Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde 84: 418-423
Griebel, C. 1936: Abnormal luminescence phenomena in human milk. Ztechr. Untersuch. Lebensmittel. 72: 46-50
Suto, T. 1942: Abnormal meiosis in a line of maize.. Jap. J. Genet 18: 55-56
Gorini, C. 1936: Abnormal milk and animal feeding. Milchwirtsch. Forsch 18: 15-26
Anonymous 1936: Abnormal milk secretion. Aust. vet. J, 12: 33
Sass, J.E. 1938: Abnormal mitosis in seedlings of some Gramineae following seed treatment. American Journal of Botany 25(8): 624-627
Taylor, F.H.L.; Levenson, S.M.; Davidson, C.S.; Adams, M.A. 1943: Abnormal nitrogen metabolism in patients with thermal burns. New England Journal of Medicine 229(23): 855-859
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Fletcher, T.B. 1936: Abnormal pairings. Entomologist 69: 70-71
Goidanich, G. 1936: Abnormal parasitic behaviour of Phytophthora infestans De By. Boll. Sez. ital. Soc. int. Micro-biol 8(9): 165-168
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Breslavetz, L.P. 1934: Abnormalities in pollen development in different varieties and grafts of hemp. Trudy inst. novogo lubjanogo syr'ja. (Bull. Bast Fibres Res. Inst. Moscow), 6: 55-67
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Anonymous 1934: Abortion Committee of the Society of Swiss Veterinarians: Recommendations. Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde 76: 645-647
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