Section 14

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Leeson, H.S. 1931: Anopheline Mosquitos in Southern Rhodesia 1926-1928. Mem. Lond. Sch. Hyg. Trop. Med, London., 4, ix + 55. Price: 8s
Mathew, M.I. 1939: Anopheline Transmitters of Malaria in South Travan-core. J. Malar. Inst. India. Calcutta 2(1): 101-104
Buonomini, G. 1940: Anophelines and Land Reclamation. Studies on the Anopheline Fauna in the Reclamation Association Areas on the lower Volturno (Naples). Riv. Malariol, Rome, ): 3, 130-148
Fermi, C. 1920: Anophelines and Malaria in Relation to Anti-anopheline and Anti-malaria Sanitation Work. Preliminary Synthetic Notes. Sugli Anofeli e sulla Malaria in Relazione ai Risanamenti antianofelo-malarici. Note sintetiche preliminari, Rome, 30: 157
Correa, R.R.; Da] S Ilva] Ramos, A.; G Uimaraes] Rachou, R. 1943: Anophelines and Malaria in some Reservoirs in the State of Sao Paulo. Folia din. biol, Sao Paulo 15: 33-42
Leger, L.; Mouriquand, G. 1918: Anophelines and Malarial Centres in the Alps. C.R. hebdom. Acad. Sci, Paris 167(13): 461-463
Unti, O.; Da] S Ilva] Ramos, A. 1942: Anophelines at high Altitudes in southern Brazil. Arq. Hig. Saude pull. Sao Paulo 7(15): 91-106
Citroen, S. 1917: Anophelines found at Soerabaya. Geneeskundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch-Indie 57(6): 763-766
Iyengar, M.O.T. 1934: Anophelines found naturally infected with Malaria Parasites in Travancore. Rec. Malar. Surv. India, Calcutta 4(1): 61-63
Schuffner, W.; Swellengrebel, N.H. 1917: Anophelines in Deli in Connection with the Spread of Malaria. Meded. Burger-lijken Geneesk. Dienst in Nederlandsch-Indie. Batavia, 4, 1-24
Symes, C.B. 1930: Anophelines in Kenya. Kenya and E. Afr. Med. J, Nairobi 7(1): 2-11
Schuffner, W.; Van Den Heyden, H.N. 1916: Anophelines in the Dutch Indies. Geneeskundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch-Indie 56(4): 381-396
Spanedda, A. 1940: Anophelines in the Province of Cagliari. Rass. med. sarda 42(4): 119-123
Iyengar, M.O.T. 1934: Anophelines infected with Malaria Parasites : a further Note. Rec. Malar. Surv. India. Calcutta 4(4): 371-372
Shannon, R.C. 1933: Anophelines of the Amazon Valley. Proceedings Ent Society Washington 35(7): 117-143
Unti, O. 1940: Anophelines of the Paraiba Valley. A new Variety, ayrozai, of Anopheles oswaldoi, and its developmental Cycle. Ann. paulist. Med. Cirurg, Sao Paulo 40(5): 377-392
Unti, O. 1940: Anophelines of the Paraiba Valley. Note III. Biology of Anopheles strodei and Description of a new Variety, ramosi. Ann. paulist. Med. Cirurg, Sao Paulo 40(6): 489-505
Correa, R.R.; Da] S Ilva] Ramos, A. 1942: Anophelines of the South of the State of Sao Paulo. Arq. Hig. Saude publ, Sao Paulo 7(15): 37-48
Buonomini, G.; Gori, D. 1937: Anophelism and Malaria in some Districts of the Province of Siena. Riv. Malariol, Rome 16(2): 142-159
Niclot 1918: Anophelism and Malaria in the Department of Upper Alsace (1915-1918). Bull. Soc. Path. Exot, Paris 11(10): 848-853
Brambilla, A. 1941: Anophelism in the Neighbourhood of Diredawa. First Note. Riv. Malarial, Rome, 20: (1), 4, 271-293
Raffaele, G.; Lega, G. 1936: Anophelism in the Plain of Rieti. Riv. Malariol. Rome, March 31st 15(1): 23-31
Ruibinskii, S. 1936: Anophelism without Malaria in Connection with the Races of the Mosquito Anopheles maculipennis in the Flood-basins of the Middle Course of the River Desna.. Trav. stat. Hydrobiol, Kiev 11: 141-148
Corradetti, A. 1938: Anophelism. in the Simen Region during the dry Season. Bollettino della Societa Italiana di Biologia Sperimentale 13(2): 114-115
Legendre, J. 1921: Anophelisme et Cuniculiculture. C.R. Hebdom. Acad. Sci, Paris 173(15): 600-602
Legendre, J.; Ouis, J. 1923: Anophelisme et Paludisme a Beyrouth. Bull. Soc. Path. exot, Paris 16(2): 86-89 p
Brumpt, E. 1945: Anophelisme sans paludisme et regression spontanee du paludisme. Ann. Parasit. hum. comp, Paris 20: 1-2, 67-91. 4 pp
Ulitcheva, A.V. 1943: Anophelogenic Role of the various Types of Waters of a Rice Region.. Med. Parasital, Moscow 11(6): 38-47
Kuroda, H.; Akashi, M. 1939: Anophia leucomelas L. and the Injury it causes.. Ovo Dobuts. Zasshi. Tokyo 11(3-4): 114-116
Olsen, O.W. 1938: Anoplocephaliasis in Minnesota Horses. J. Amer. vet. med. Ass 92: 557-559
Buxton, P.A. 1928: Anoplura. Insects of Samoa. London, Brit. Mus. (Nat. Hist.) pt. vii, 85-86
Bedford, G.A.H. 1929: Anoplura (Siphunculata and Mallophaga) from South African Hosts. 15th Rep. Vet. Serv. S. Afr, Pretoria 1: 501-549
Kellogg, V.L.; Ferris, G.F. 1915: Anoplura and Mallophaga from Zululand. Ann. Durban Mus, Durban, May 15th 1(2): 147-158
Ferris, G.F. 1916: Anoplura from Sea-Lions of the Pacific Ocean. Entomological News 27(8): 366-370
Bedford, G.A.H. 1919: Anoplura from South African Hosts. Union of S. Africa Dept. Agrie. 5th and 6th Repts. Direc. Vet. Research, April, Pretoria., 711-731
Bedford, G.A.H. 1920: Anoplura from South African Hosts. Part II. Union of S. Africa Dept. Agric. 7th and 8th Repts. Direct. Vet. Res., April Cape Town, 709-734
Ferris, G.F. 1919: Anoplura of the Canadian Arctic Expedition, 1913-1918. Rept. Canad. Arctic Exped, Ottawa 3: 11-12 D
Fahrenholz, H. 1917: Anoplura of the Zoological Museum at Hamburg. Third Contribution to the Knowledge of Anoplura. Mitt. Zool. Mus. Hamburg. 34: 1-22
Gulljksen, D.P.; Fogelberg, A.; Kardos, L. 1939: Anorexia and gastric motility. Amer. J. Digest. Dis 5: 814-817
Bukack, E.; Cowgill, G.R. 1930: Anorexia characteristic of lack of the vitamin B complex. The roles of the individual components. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. and Med, 31. 28: 750-752
Zederbauer, G. 1938: Anorexia in childhood. Wien. klin. Wochenschr 51: 1101-1104
Schall, L. 1933: Anorexia in children. Münchener Medizinische Wochenschrift 80: 1805-1809
Grosgurin, J. 1942: Anorexia in deficiency of B vitamins. Schweiz. med. Wochenschr 72: 767-768
Mccullagh, E.P.; Tupper, W.R. 1940: Anorexia nervosa. Ann. Int. Med 14: 817-838
Bruckner, W.J.; Wies, C.H.; Lavietes, P.H. 1938: Anorexia nervosa and pituitary cachexia. American Journal of the Medical Sciences 196: 663-673
Ross, C.W. 1938: Anorexia nervosa with special reference to the carbohydrate metabolism. Lancet 234: 1041-1045
Davis, H.P. 1939: Anorexia nervosa. A case report. Endocrinology 25: 991-995
Rich, E. 2006: Anorexic dis(connection): managing anorexia as an illness and an identity. Sociology of Health and Illness 28(3): 284-305
Zilva, S.S.; Kidd, F.; West, C. 1938: Anortie acid in metabolism of apple fruit. New Phylol 37: 345-357
Gard, S. 1945: A note on the coccidium Klossiella muris. Acta Pathologica et Microbiologica Scandinavica 22(4): 427-434
Chipp, T.F. 1921: Another 'Wet Rot', and Poria hypobrunnea. The Gardens' Bull., Straits Settlements, ll: 12, 429-432
Anonymous 1939: Another 2,000-gallon Jersey. Pearcelands Eileen 10th also yields 1,103 1b. of butter-fat. Fmr and Stk-Breed, 53: 2975
Annotation. 1931: Another Anthelmintic. Lancet 221: 32-33
Barnes, H.F. 1934: Another Basket-willow Pest. J. Minist. agric, London 40(10): 923-925
Watson, J.R. 1922: Another Camphor Thrips. Florida Ent, Gainesville. 6(1): 6-7
Macias Y Macias, F. 1935: Another Case of Otomyiasis due to W. magnifica. Med. Paises calidos, Madrid 8(11): 538-541
Schedl, K.E. 1933: Another Contribution to the Question of Mathematics and Entomology. Anz. Schadlingsk, Berlin 9(1): 12-13
Ejercito, A.; Celis, E.B. 1941: Another Design of Automatic Siphon Sluice in Malaria Control. (Design U.). Riv. Malarial, Rome 20(1): 51-65
Ferreira Lima, A.D. 1942: Another Enemy of Bruchus chinensis. Bol. Soc. brasil. Agron, Rio de Janeiro 5(4): 441-443
Keifer, H.H. 1931: Another European Brachyrhinus (Otiorhynchus) appears in California. Mon. Bull. Dept. Agric. California. Sacramento, Cal 20(7): 470-472
Olsen, C.E. 1921: Another European Leafhopper in North America. Bull. Brooklyn Ent. Soc 16(2): 33-37
Weed, A.C. 1924: Another Factor in Mosquito Control. Ecology. Brooklyn, N.Y. 5(1): 110-111
Stansfield, F.W. 1933: Another Fern Pest. Brit. Fern Gaz, Reading 6(9): 237-238
Hall, H.V.M. 1915: Another Fortunate Find. Mihly. Bull. State Comm. Hortic, Sacramento 4(7): 314-315
Hayes, W.P. 1927: Another Host of Pristocerca armifera (Say) (Hymenoptera: Bethylidae). Proc. Ent. Soc. Washington, Washington, D.C. 29(1): 20-22
Glasgow, R.D. 1927: Another Insect Vector of the Giant Thorn-headed Worm of Swine, Xyloryctes satyrus, Fabricius (Scarabaeidae), both Genus and Species new to the Host List of this Parasite. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 20: 127-129
Chamberlin, W.J. 1924: Another Lead Boring Beetle. Jl. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 17(6): 660-661
Watson, J.R. 1915: Another Migratory Moth (Lep.). Entomological News 26(9): 419-422
Watson, J.R. 1922: Another New Thrips from Cocoanuts from Cuba. Florida Ent, Gainesville 5(4): 66-67
Garcia, I. 1934: Another Piroplasmosis in Spain : False East Coast Fever. Trab. Inst. Biol anim. Madr 2: 107-120
Lawson, P.B. 1930: Another Season's Trap-lighting of Leafhopper. J. Kansas Ent. Soc, McPherson, Kans. 3(2): 35-43
Dean, G.A. 1923: Another Step in the Control of the Hessian Fly. Jl. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 16(3): 288-291
Baker, A.C. 1918: Another Toxoptera feeding on Sedge (Homoptera; Aphididae). Psyche. Boston, Mass. 25(4): 88-93
Gothard, N.J. 1944: Another View of Aerosol Efficiency. Soap. New York, N.Y. 20(7): 113-115
Watson, J.R. 1925: Another Year of the Citrus Aphis. Florida Ent, Gainesville, Fla., 9: 1-2, 9-13; 26-28
Watson, J.R. 1926: Another Year's Experience with the Citrus Aphis. Proc. Florida Hort. Soc. DeLand, Fla., 39: 159-164
White, C.E. 1944: Another answer to Plowman's Folly.. Agric. Engng, 25: 95
Novak, J. 1942: Another application of the method of genetical polynomes to the analysis of the progeny of polyhybrids. Shorn, ces. Akad. Zemed 17: 202-207
Jones, R.L.; Wallace, M. 2005: Another bad day at the training ground: coping with ambiguity in the coaching context. Sport, Education and Society 10(1): 119-134
Hutt, F.B. 1945: Another breed of fowls characterized by a heterozygous phenotype. Genetics 30: 10-11
Dallas, E.D. 1936: Another case of Dermatitis due to a Lepidopteron and Notes on H. nigricans. 8. Reun. Soc. argent. Pat. reg. Norte, Santiago del Estero Buenos Aires, ii, 469-474
Sampson, B.F.; Farren, J.E. 1942: Another case of Torula meningitis. S. Afr. med. J 16(13): 245-247
Smith, S.E. 1944: Another case of a black-blue mosaic in the Dutch rabbit. Jour Heredity 35(11): 325-326
Weise, E.C. 1934: Another case of sporotrichosis in Connecticut. New England Journal of Medicine (8): 353-356
Welles, C.G.; Roldan, E.F. 1923: Another economic host of Bacterium solanacearum. Phytopath 13(11): 488-491
Terrill, C.E.; Gildow, E.M. 1938: Another experiment on long range paternity in sheep. Jour Heredity 29(2): 77-78
Nilsson, A.; Akerberg, E. 1939: Another find of Cuscuta arvensis Beyr. var. calycina Engelm. Bot. Notiser, 3, 465-6
Birmingham, W.A. 1933: Another fungus attacking Apple stocks. Agric. Gaz, New South Wales 44(1): 58-60
Birmingham, W.A. 1924: Another fungus attacking Cotton (Sclero-tinia sp.). Agric. Gaz, New South Wales 35(11): 797-798
Birmingham, W.A. 1933: Another fungus attacking apple stocks, Sclerotium rolfsii Saee., recorded on Northern Spy in New South Wales. Agv. Gaz. of New South Wales. 44: 58-60
Brown, N.A. 1932: Another gall-forming bacterium. Phytopath 22(11): 924-925
Gruter . 1938: Another increase in numbers of livestock. Dtsch. landw. Tierz 42: 185-187
Tuinmann, F. 1927: Another leaf disease of Pelargonium ?. Gartenwelt 31(25): 375-376
Cross, W.E. 1933: Another mutation of P.O.J. 36, with higher yielding capacity, the ' ' Paz Posse ' ' cane. Revista Industrial y Agricola de Tucuman 23: 104-08
Duran, M.L. 1944: Another natural enemy of Saissetia oleae new to Chile. Agric. tec, Chile 5: 98-9
Duran, M., L. 1945: Another new Natural Enemy of S. oleae in Chile. Agricultura tec, Santiago, Chile 5(1): 98-99
Chizaki, Y. 1934: Another new haploid plant in Triticum monococcum L. Bot Mag Tokyo 48(573): 621-628
Camp, W.H. 1944: Another new name in Vaccinium. Bull Torrey Bot Club 71(2): 179
Sommer, H. 1936: Another note on the dying-off of Maples in the nursery. Blumen u. PflBau ver. Gartenwelt 40(47): 566-567
Anonymous 1941: Another plea for pasteurized milk. Illinois Hlth Messeng 14(3): 9-10
Young, R.T. 1937: Another record of avian schistosomes in North America. Jour Parasitol 23(3): 295-296
Heuberger, J.W.; Adams, J.F. 1936: Another role of zinc-lime in combination Peach sprays. Trans. Peninsula hort. Soc 26(5): 55-59
Howitt, J.E. 1928: Another season's experience with Apple scab. Fifty-ninth Ann. Rept. Fruit Growers' Assoc. of Ontario, (Ann. Rept. Dept. of Agric. Ontario, 1927), 1928. 42-48
Anonymous 1935: Another step in cane breeding. Hawaii. Plant. Rec 39: 1-2
Anonymous 1944: Another tree-planting machine. Amer. Nurserym 80: 22-3
Kostenko, N. 1929: Anoxia pilosa Fabr. a Pest of Vines in the Lower Dnieper Sands.. Vestn. Vinogr., Vinodel. Vinotorg. S.S.S.R, Odessa 30(1): 29-31
Bennett, H.H. 1945: Answering an SOS from South Africa. Land Policy Rev 8(2): 27-30
White, C.T. 1931: Answers to correspondents. Native Bryony. Ellangowan poison bush. Qd. Agric. J, 36: 433
Anonymous 1945: Answers to growers. John Innes Bull, 1: 60
Meyers, P.G. 1935: Answers to the question : what experience is obtained from the use of artificial manures on grassland in relation to the quality of the pasture?. Handl. Groninger Maatsch. Landb, 139-84
Anonymous 1929: Ant Campaigns break all Records. Quart. Bull. Mississippi Pl. Bd, A. & M. College, Miss. 8(4): 25-29
Clarke, W.T. 1922: Ant Control on Ship Board. Jl. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 15(5): 329-333
Ratomski, A. 1938: Antagonism Between Bacterium coli and Bacillus anthracis. Przegl. wet 53: 488-528
Mitscherlich, E. 1937: Antagonism Between Bacterium coli and Salmonella enteritidis. Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 45: 574-578
Dbechsleb, C. 1943: Antagonism and paraaitiam among some Oomycetes associated with root rot. J. Wash. Acad. Sri 33(1): 21-28
Jadassohn, W.; Fierz, H.E. 1941: Antagonism and synergism of male and female sex hormones. Schweiz. med. Wschr 71: 1554-1555
Ascione, G.; Di Bello, G. 1935: Antagonism between Trypanosomiasis and Tuberculosis (BCG Infection). G. Batt. Immun 14: 1073-1078
Bokhlina, M.L. 1936: Antagonism between carotene and the hormone of the thyroid gland. Bull. Biol. Med. exp. U.E.S.S 2: 219-220
Rochaix, A.; Simon, F. 1944: Antagonism between coliform and putrefactive bacteria in dirty milk. Ann. Inst. Pasteur. 70: 9/10, 313-315
Abelin, I.; Schonenberger, A. 1933: Antagonism between diiodotyrosine and thyroxine and the role of diet in hyperthyroidism. Ztschr. f. d. ges. exp. Med 88: 528-542
Wermer, P.; Monguio, J. 1933: Antagonism between insulin and pituitrin. 'Klin. Wochenschr 12: 748-751
Roller, M. 1937: Antagonism between insulin and vitamin A in the pathogenesis of diabetes melli-tus. Med. Klin 33: 661-664
Van Luijk, A. 1939: Antagonism between micro-organisms. Vakbl. Bio 20(10): 177-188
Muhlbock, O. 1942: Antagonism between sex hormones. Inhibition by male hormone of the induction of heat by oestrone in castrated female rats. Acta brev. neerl. Physiol 12: 85-89
Beodski, A.L. 1941: Antagonism between soil infusoria and. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR 32: 81-83
Gley, P.; Delor, J. 1937: Antagonism between the action of testosterone and of folliculin upon the capon's comb. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris 125: 813-815
Roelandts, H.; De Waele, H. 1936: Antagonism between thymus and thyroid. Ann. Physiol. Physicochim. biol 12: 784-786
Fasold, H.; Peters, H. 1933: Antagonism between thyroxine and vitamin A. Ztschr. f. d. ges. exp. Med 92: 57-62
Torok, G. 1938: Antagonism between thyroxine and vitamins Aand C. Mag. orv. Arch 39: 315-324
D.L.Bernardie, A.M. 1939: Antagonism between tyyroxine and the vitamins. C.R. Acad. Sci 208: 1170-1172
Van Luijk, A. 1938: Antagonism between various microorganisms and different species of the genus Pythium, parasitizing upon Grasses and Lucerne. Meded. phylopath. Lab. Scholten 14: 43-82
Abeltn, I. 1935: Antagonism between vitamin A and thyroxine. Ztschr. Vitaminforsch 4: 120-128
Weslaw, W.; Wboblewski, B. 1939: Antagonism between vitamin A and thyroxme. L Thyrotoxicosi and vitamin A. Ztockr. gea. exp. Med 105: 497-511
Lotze, H. 1937: Antagonism between vitamins. Klin. Wochenschr 16: 494-496
Wendt, H.; Schroeder, H. 1935: Antagonism between vitamins A and C. Ztschr. Vitaminforsch 4: 206-212
Balassa, G.; Szanto, G. 1939: Antagonism between vitamins A and C with reference to thyroid action. Ztschr. Vitaminforsch 8: 233-237
Asthana, R.P. 1936: Antagonism in fungi as a measure of control in 'red-leg' disease of Lettuce. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci 4(3): 201-207
Goldmann, W. 1936: Antagonism of Bad. coli to Bacillus anthracis. Zlb. Bakt 136: 345-352
Busnel, R.G.; Chauchakd, P.; Mazoue, H.; Polonovski, M. 1945: Antagonism of a pterin, Woxanthopterin carboxylic acid, to thyroxine. New analogy with vitamin B1. C.R. Soc. Biol 139: 139-140
Hurd-Karrer, A.M. 1939: Antagonism of certain Elements Essential to Plants toward Chemically Related Toxic Elements. Plant Physiology 14(1): 9-29
Millard, W.A.; Taylor, C.B. 1927: Antagonism of microorganisms as the controlling factor in the inhibition of scab by green-manuring. Ann Appl Biol 14(2): 202-216
Becks, H.; Simpson, M.E.; Marx, W.; Li, C.H.; Evans, H.M. 1944: Antagonism of pituitary adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) to the action of growth hormone on the osseous system of hypophysectomized rats. Endocrinology 34: 311-316
Mudrow, L.; Bock, M. 1943: Antagonism of sulphonamides and p-aminobenzoic acid in experimental spirochaete, spirillum, and virus infections. Z. ImmunForsch 104: 463-473
Van Luijk, A. 1938: Antagonism oi Penicillram spec. versus Pythium Debaryanum. Chron. hot 4(3): 210-211
Gratia, A. 1940: Antagonistic Action of Calcium, Magnesium, Barium and Strontium on the Toxicity of Alkaline Ions (Sodium and Potassium) for Certain Bacteriophages. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris., 133: 445-447
Marie, A.C.; Urbain, A. 1931: Antagonistic Action of Herpes and Rabies Virus. C.R. Soc. Biol, Paris 107: 1488-1490
Hykes, O.V.; Diakov, F.A. 1936: Antagonistic Effects of Iodides in Poisoning and Baldness in Rats due to Thallium Acetate. Biol. Spis. vys. Sk. Zverolek 15: 29-47
Daines, R.H. 1937: Antagonistic action of Trichoderma on Actinomyces scabies and Rhizoctonia solani. Amer. Potato J 14(3): 85-93
Allen, M.C.; Haenseler, C.M. 1935: Antagonistic action of Trichoderma on Rhizoctonia and other soil fungi. Phytopath 25(2): 244-252
Balo, J.; Lovas, L.; Bach, E.; Neufeld, L. 1932: Antagonistic action of a new pancreatic extract on poisoning with thyroxin. Arch. f. exp. Pathol. u. Pharmakol 165: 594-613
Rosenthal, L. 1945: Antagonistic Action of a Red Mould Pigment against Bacteria of the Typhoid-Paratyphoid-Dysentery Group. Science 102(2642): 176-177
Kanocz, D.; Laszlo, G. 1933: Antagonistic action of cholesterol and lecithin in the production of high blood pressure and arteriosclerosis. Ztschr. f. d. ges. exp. Med 92: 490-496
Hino, I. 1935: Antagonistic action of soil microbes with special reference to plant hygiene. Trans. third int. Congr. Soil Sci 1: 173-174
Roman, J. 1939: Antagonistic action of the bacterial flora of sour milk on pathogenic bacteria. Mag. orv. Arch, 40: 183
Abelin, I.; Althaus, U. 1942: Antagonistic action of the hormones of the adrenal and thyroid on the glycogen metabolism of the liver. Helv. chim. Acta. 25: 205-215
Ponzio, M. 1930: Antagonistic action of ultraviolet and infra-red rays. Strahlentherapie 31. 39: 490-492
Torok, G.; Neuffld, L. 1938: Antagonistic action of vitamins A and C on the fall in the lipase content of serum caused by thyroxine. Ztschr. ges. exp. Med 103: 69-78
Rico, J.T. 1933: Antagonistic actions of calcium and magnesium and of potassium and magnesium on the isolated small intestine of mammals. C.R. Soc. Biol 114: 851-853
Degkwitz, R. 1931: Antagonistic actions of lipins. Physico-chemical and biological analysis of the function and method of functioning of lipoid constituents of the cell. Ergebn. d. Physiol. 32: 821-974. 18 figs
Prawochenski, R.; Slizynski, B. 1934: Antagonistic actions of thyroid and parathyroid in birds. Trav. Lab. Zootech. Speciale Univ. Jagellone a Cracow, Poland, 313-324
Zavadovsky Zavadovskii], B.M.; Nesmeyanova-Zavadovskaya Nesmejanova-Zavadovskaja], E.G. 1937: Antagonistic effect of androsteron on hyperthyroid moulting of hens. Bull. Biol. Med. exp. URSS 3: 119-120
Engelhart, E. 1935: Antagonistic effect of the thyroid hormone on the corpus luteum and of the follicular hormone on the pseudopregnant uterus. Klin. Wochenschr 14: 1068-1070
Sjollema, B.; Seekles, L.; Van Der Kaay, F.C. 1931: Antagonistic effect on the heart of calcium and magnesium. Acta Brevia Neerland 1: 23-24
D.Visscher, M. 1945: Antagonistic effects of vitamin A and adrenaline on the metabolism of the rabbit. C.R. Soc. Biol. 139: 416-418
Waksman, S.A. 1940: Antagonistic interrelationships among microorganisms. Chron. bot 6(7): 145-148
Chauchard, P.; Mazoue, H.; Lecoq, R. 1945: Antagonistic phenomena in vitamin B and D deficiencies. C.R. Soc. Biol 139: 528-530
Pak, C.; Read, B.E. 1936: Antbelmintic action of propyl guaiacol. Chinese Journal of Physiology 10(2): 249-257
Clark, J. 1924: Ante as Pests. Jl. Dept. Agric. W. Australia. Perth 1(3): 317-319
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Hungerford, T.G. 1941: Ante-mortem inspection of table poultry. Australian Vet Jour 17(5): 176-180
Dockeray, G.C.; Fearon, W.R. 1939: Ante-natal malnutrition in Dublin : a preliminary suvery. Irish J. Med. 3Sci: 80-84
Detrez, G. 1932: Ante-partum Paraplegia and Transit Fever in the Cow. Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire 108: 409-416
Duke, I. L. 1912: Antelope as a Reservoir for Trypanosoma gambiense. Proc. Roy. Soc, July 25. 85: B579, 299-311
Duke, H.L. 1936: Antelopes as Reservoirs of Trypanosoma gambiense. Trans. R. Soc. trop. Med. Hyg 30: 129-131
Cameron, C.S.; Graham, S. 1944: Antenatal diet and its influence on still-births and prematurity. Glasgow Med. J 24: 1-7
Bohlender, G.P.; Rosenbaum, W.M.; Sage, E.C. 1941: Antepartum use of vitamin K in the prevention of prothrombin deficiency in the newborn. J. Amer. Med. Assoc 116: 1763-1766
Collin, R.; Drouet, P.L. 1934: Anterior Lobe of the Pituitary Gland of the Sheep and the Reaction of Melanophores. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris, 115: 161
Reiss, M.; Epstein, H.; Gothe, I. 1937: Anterior lobe of the pituitary, adrenal cortex and fat metabolism. Ztschr. ges. exp. Med 101: 69-86
Fasold, H. 1933: Anterior pituitary and glycogen storing disease. Ztschr. f. d. ges. exp. Med 92: 63-65
Fluch, M.; Greiner, H.; Loewi, O. 1934: Anterior pituitary and glycogenolysis. Arch. exp. Pathol. Pharmakol 177: 167-176
Howes, N.H. 1938: Anterior pituitary and growth in the azolotl (Amblystoma tigrinum (Green) neotenic form). 2. The effect of injection of growth-promoting extracts upon the utilization of food. J. Exp. Biol 15: 447-452
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