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Inatsu, Y.; Bari, M.-Latiful; Kawamoto, S. 2007: Application of acidified sodium chlorite prewashing treatment to improve the food hygiene of lightly fermented vegetables. JARQ 41(1): 17-23
Voitkevitch, A. 1944: Application of acidophilus cultures in cattle breeding. Trans. Moscow agric. Acad, 31, 81-00
Peng, C.; Meng, H. 2007: Application of activated zeolite in the advanced treatment of potable water. Journal of Water Supply Research and Technology AQUA 56(4): 257-262
Hudson, D.W. 1944: Application of aerial photography to logging operations. For. Chron 20: 262-9
Pawel, M. 1933: Application of algebraic theory to crossing-over and the exact calculation of its probability. Z. indukt. Abstamm.-u.-VererbLehre 65: 141-46
Fan, F.R.; Koo, W.F. 1941: Application of analysis of covariance to quasi-factorial experiment. Kwangsi Agric 2: 14-20
Weibull, W. 1934: Application of artificial fertilizers to seed plots. Svensk Frotidning 3: 25-7
Maljcevskii, V.P. 1938: Application of artificial light to increase crops. Doklady Vsesojuz. Akad. Seljskohoz. Nauk, 1/2: 10/11, 70-4
Wakeshima, T.; Yoshino, K.; Narihara, N. 1933: Application of ascaridop in the treatment of ancylostomiasis, and efficacy of the anthelmintics in relation to the species of hookworms and their sex. Taiwan Igakkai Zasshi 32(12): 171-172
Bezssonoff, N.; Vertruyes, H. 1938: Application of ascorbinase to the estimation of vitamin C. C.R. Soc. Biol 128: 407-410
Li Zhen; Hong TianSheng; Wu WeiBin; Zhang WenZhao; Guo Zhuo 2006: Application of bilinear interpolation algorithm in litchi leaf image rotation for photosynthetic simulation. Transactions of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering 22(11): 179-182
Szoke, A.; Kiss, E.; Veres, A.; Kerepesi, I.; Toth, A.; Toth, E.; Toldi, O.; Heszky, L. 2007: Application of biotechnology methods in carnation breeding. Kertgazdasag Horticulture 39(1): 69-77
Dmitriev, K.A. 1939: Application of boron fertilizers to seed plots of red clover. Himiz. soc. Zemled, 5, 20-5
Yang SuZhe; Chen YuMin; Huang BaoQuan 2006: Application of bubbler irrigation to spring maize and winter wheat planted in furrow with film mulching on ridge. Transactions of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering 22(9): 74-79
Hamond, G.H. 1933: Application of chemicals to the soil surface as a primary factor in white grub control. Sci. Agric 13: 407-8
Takeuchi, T. 2007: Application of citrus oil solvent (d-limonene) to dry-cleaning. Aroma Research 8(1): 52-55
Amin, K.C. 1943: Application of colchicine to cotton. Indian Fmg 4: 257-58
Ding ChenFang 2007: Application of combination forecasting method in grain production forecast. Research of Agricultural Modernization 28(1): 101-103
Gish, P.T. 1942: Application of commercial nitrogenous fertilizers to Berks silt loam soil is profitable. Va. Agric. Expt. Sta. Bull, 337: 12
Littleton, H.X.; Daigger, G.T.; Strom, P.F. 2007: Application of computational fluid dynamics to closed-loop bioreactors: I. Characterization and simulation of fluid-flow pattern and oxygen transfer. Water Environment Research: a Research Publication of the Water Environment Federation 79(6): 600-612
Littleton, H.X.; Daigger, G.T.; Strom, P.F. 2007: Application of computational fluid dynamics to closed-loop bioreactors: II. Simulation of biological phosphorus removal using computational fluid dynamics. Water Environment Research: a Research Publication of the Water Environment Federation 79(6): 613-624
Juszka, H.; Tomasik, M.; Lis, S. 2005: Application of computer image processing to presenting the results of modelled cow milking. Problemy Inzynierii Rolniczej 13(4): 65-70
Ruzic, ; Cerovic, R.; Vujovic, T. 2007: Application of contemporary in vitro methods in Prunus L. Vocarstvo 41(1): 63-70
Antoniani, C. 1938: Application of cryolysis to humus complexes. Natur-wiss, 26: 479
Slezak, K.; Terbe, I. 2005: Application of different root anchoring media for container grown tomato. Kertgazdasag Horticulture 37(3): 3-8
Mylona, E.; Xenidis, A.; Csovari, M.; Nemeth, G. 2007: Application of dry covers for the closure of tailings facilities. Land Contamination and Reclamation 15(2): 163-182
Bernhagen, R.J. 1944: Application of electrical earth resistivity surveys to ground-water studies in Ohio. Bull. Geol. Soc. Amer, 55: 1472
Chen-Yun-Zeng; Yang-Hao; Zhang-Zhen-Ke; Qin-Ming-Zhou; Jin-Feng; Lu-Jun-Jie 2007: Application of equilibrium partitioning approach to the derivation of sediment quality guidelines for metals in Dianchi Lake. Pedosphere 17(3): 284-294
Aslander, A. 1936: Application of farmyard manure to hay leys. Some trials in the county of Gavleborg. Landtm. Svenskt Land 20: 347-8
Torres Barusta, G. 1938: Application of genetics to obtain pure lines with particular characters. Agricultura. Mexico 1(8): 3-10
Komissarov, D.A. 1938: Application of growth substances to increase rooting capacity in cuttings of woody species and shrubs.. C.R. Acad. Sci. U.R.S.S 18: 63-8
Hamner, C.L.; Schomer, H.A.; Marth, P.C. 1944: Application of growth-regulating substance in aerosol form, with special reference to fruit-set in tomato. Bot Gaz 106(1): 108-123
Edris, A.E.; Murkovic, M.; Siegmund, B. 2007: Application of headspace-solid-phase microextraction and HPLC for the analysis of the aroma volatile components of treacle and determination of its content of 5-hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF). Food Chemistry 104(3): 1310-1314
L.JianRong 2004: Application of herbicides to afforestation in barren hills suitable for forest. Journal of Zhejiang Forestry College 21(4): 408-412
Tiemann, H.D. 1940: Application of high frequency electrical fields to drying and gluing of wood. Sth. Lumberm, 161: 2029, 39-40
Alziabi, O. 2007: Application of immunohistochemistry to detect camelpox virus in cell culture and histological sections. Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal 53(112): 209-222
Hao JianJun; Ma YueJin; Li JianChang; Zhao JianGuo; Shen YuZeng 2006: Application of in-situ synthesis of nickel-based anti-abrasion coating by argon-arc cladding on ploughshare. Transactions of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering 22(12): 117-120
Chang, Y.Y.; Kim, K.S.; Jung, J.H.; Yang, J.K.; Lee, S.M. 2007: Application of iron-coated sand and manganese-coated sand on the treatment of both As(III) and As(V). Water Science and Technology: a Journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research 55(1-2): 69-75
Wested, J.; Iversen, K. 1938: Application of liquid manure. Tidsskr. Planteavl. 43: 145-158
Lecoq, B.; Chauchard, P.; Mazoue, H. 1945: Application of measurements of chronaxie to the study of vitamins of the B group. C.R. Acad. Sci 221: 31-33
Seo, D.; Kim, J.S.; Chang, E. 2007: Application of medium class land cover maps to AVSWAT2000 for the prediction of inflow, CBOD, TN and TP for Yongdam Lake, Korea. Water Science and Technology: a Journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research 55(1-2): 513-518
Lecoq, R.; Chauchard, P.; Mazoue, H. 1943: Application of method of chronaxie measurement to the study of rickets. Presse med 51: 559-560
Nakatsu, C.H.; Pesenti, P.T.; Rhodes, A. 2006: Application of microbial source tracking to human health and national security. Microbial source tracking: 211-234
Manzon, E.D. 1938: Application of microfiltration to the determination of available potassium in the soil.. Khim. Sotsial. Zemled, 2, 113-117
Liu YuFei; Bai JunJie; Li KaiBin 2007: Application of microsatellite markers in genetic monitoring of RR-B strain Xiphophorus helleri. Journal of Fisheries of China 31(3): 280-286
Bose, R.D. 1933: Application of modern statistical methods to field trials. Agric. and Live-st. Ind 3: 330-40
Rajabhooshanam, D.S. 1935: Application of modern statistical methods to yield trials (Woodhouse Memorial Prize Essay, 1933. Agric. Live-Stk. India. 5: 145-55
Sretenovic, L.; Aleksic, S.; Petrovic, M.M.; Petrovic, M.P.; Stojanovic, L.; Marinkov, G. 2007: Application of modern technology of nutrition in high yielding cows in dry period and early lactation. Biotechnology in Animal Husbandry 23(1/2): 29-40
Balenovic, T.; Kabalin, A.E.; Balenovic, M.; Susic, V.; Stokovic, I.; Pavicic, Z. 2007: Application of molecular genetics to improve breeding and selection features in chicken. Proceedings of the 7th Symposium of Poultry Days 2007 with international participation, Porec, Croatia, 7-10 May 2005: 172-176
Szoke, A.; Kiss, E.; Milotay, P.; Szabo Hever, A.; Heszky, L. 2005: Application of molecular markers in nematode resistance breeding of tomato. Kertgazdasag Horticulture 37(3): 14-22
Jang, A.; Lee, S.W.; Seo, Y.; Kim, K.W.; Kim, I.S.; Bishop, P.L. 2007: Application of mulch for treating metals in urban runoff: batch and column test. Water Science and Technology: a Journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research 55(1-2): 95-103
Perry, L.; Heard, P.; Kane, M.; Kim, H.; Savikhin, S.; Domcnguez, W.; Applegate, B. 2007: Application of multiplex polymerase chain reaction to the detection of pathogens in food. Journal of rapid methods and automation in microbiology 15(2): 176-198
Panosian, A.K. 1939: Application of nitragin in Armenian S.S.R. Mikrobiologia 8: 838-843
Iskra, I.; Droste, R. 2007: Application of non-linear automatic optimization techniques for calibration of HSPF. Water Environment Research: a Research Publication of the Water Environment Federation 79(6): 647-659
Hartzell, F.Z. 1929: Application of one of Pearson's Probability Theorems and some special Probability Equations to Entomological Data. J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 22(1): 202-209
Taylor, G.G. 1937: Application of orchard sprays, III. Spray nozzles (continued). N.Z. J. Agric 54(5): 267-274
Taylor, G.G. 1935: Application of orchard-sprays. I. The stationary system. N.Z. J. Agric 51(6): 321-329
Taylor, G.G. 1936: Application of orchard-sprays. II. The portable spraying-system. N.Z.J. Agric 3(3): 172-174
Brown, J.G.; Boyle, A.M. 1945: Application of penicillin to crown gall. Phytopath 35(7): 521-524
Rigoni, V.A. 1943: Application of phenol and other reagents in the identification of agricultural varieties of barley, oats and rye. Manifestations of fluorescence in barley and oats. "Granos" Semilla Selecta, B. Aires 7(1-3): 3-22
Gusev, E.P.; Razdrogov, N.N. 1938: Application of phosphates to barley seeds. Himiz. soc. Zemled, 2, 72-81
Saveljev, S.I. 1938: Application of phosphorus and potassium fertilizers by instalments in the autumn as a method of increasing frost resistance and yield in winter wheat. Social. Zern. Hoz, 4, 28-35
Trzcinska, M.; Sieliwanowicz, B.; Halasinska, A., G.; Czuprynski, B. 2007: Application of physicochemically modified polymeric foil to develop antioxidant packaging. Polish Journal of Food and Nutrition Sciences 57(2): 173-176
Proskura, S.S. 1937: Application of potassium in rows for sugar beet.. Nauch. Zap. Sakh. Prom, 1, 53-61
Godwin, G. 1943: Application of producer gas to Canadian automotive transport. Pulp. Paper Mag. Can 44: 273-8, 282
Mandoki, L. 1935: Application of recent advances in the study of metabolism at the bedside. Therapia 12: 169-175
Reantaso, M.B.; Subasinghe, R.P.; Anrooy, R. van 2006: Application of risk analysis in aquaculture. FAN FAO Aquaculture Newsletter 35: 20-26
Shen, T.H. 1933: Application of science to agriculture in China. Proc 5th Pacif. Sci. Congr 1: 573-79
Frimmel, F. 1935: Application of scientific observations in the sphere of horticultural genetic experiments. Otaz. Zemed 47: 14-17
Fedotova, Mme, T.L 1939: Application of simplified serological reactions for the determination of varietal resistance to disease. Bull. Pl. Prot, Leningr., 1: 85-91
Glab, T. 2007: Application of sodium hypochlorite in the technique of soil section preparation. International Agrophysics 21(2): 153-156
Parthasarthy, N.; Sankaranarayanan, C.V. 1936: Application of soluble fertilizers, ammonium sulphate and superphosphate, in swampy conditions for rice. Madras Agric. J 24: 111-112
Wang JiQing; Zhang BaiLiang 2006: Application of some cooling measures for greenhouse cooling in summer. Transactions of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering 22(9): 257-260
Patil, S.K.; Singh, U.; Mishra, V.N.; Das, R.O. 2006: Application of spatial information technology for fertiliser recommendation maps. Indian Journal of Fertilisers 2(8): 29-35
Ivanov, D.N. 1940: Application of spectroscopic analysis in soil science. Bull. Acad. Sci. (U.S.S.R.) (Cl. Sci. Math.) Ser. Phys 4: 203-205
Ziegler, M. 1939: Application of spectrum analysis to the study of food. Vorratspflege Lebensmitteforsch 2: 13-17
Vaidyanathan, M. 1936: Application of statistics to field technique in agriculture. Current Science 4: 457-468
Cultrera, R.; Galletti, A.C. 1938: Application of sulphur in agriculture. II. Effect of sulphur on colloidal constituents of soil. Ann. Chim. Appl 28: 244-252
Cultrera, R.; Galletti, A.C. 1939: Application of sulphur in agriculture. III. Effect of sulphur on physical properties of soil. Ann. Chim. Appl 29: 198-205
Brody, D.A.; Quigley, J.P. 1944: Application of the inductograph to the registration of movements, particularly of body structures such as the pyloric sphincter. J. Lab. clin. Med 29: 863-867
Sullivan, W.N.; Goodhue, L.D.; Fales, J.H. 1941: Application of the Aerosol to Fumigation. I. Stabilization of a Naphthalene Aerosol. J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis. 34(5): 650-653
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Brooke, R.O.; Smith, A.H. 1933: Application of the Lorenz-Pregl technique for the determination of small amounts of phosphorus in biological material. Journal of Biological Chemistry 100: XXIII-XXIV
Lignieres, J. 1933: Application of the Method of Vaccination against Foot and Mouth Disease to Canine Distemper. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris., 113: 368-370
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Sturges, S.; Knudson, A. 1938: Application of the Schoenheimer-Sperry method to the determination of cholesterol and cholesterol esters in tissues. Journal of Biological Chemistry 126(2): 543-550
Yusupova, S.M. 1939: Application of the Tiulin method of fractional peptization of soils in the investigation of clays. Probl. Sovet. Poch-voved, 4, 125-131
Justesen, S.H. 1939: Application of the analysis of variance in field experiments. Landbouw 15: 346-63
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Katzin, L.I.; Sandholzer, L.A.; Strong, M.E. 1943: Application of the Decimal Reduction Time Principle to a Study of the Resistance of Coliform Bacteria to Pasteurization. Journal of Bacteriology 45(3): 265-272
Laug, E.P. 1938: Application of the dithizone method to the determination of lead in biologicalmaterials. J. Assoc. Off. Agric. Chem 21: 481-487
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Anonymous 1934: Artificial colouring of lucerne seed for importation into Tunis. Amt. PflSchBest. Beil. Nachr Bl. dtsch. PflSchDienst, 4: 100
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Anonymous 1936: Artificial drying of feed crops. Anglo-Swedish Rev, 313-4
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