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Nylund, C.E. 1944: Comparisons of dark adaptation capacity and blood values for vitamin A. Nord. Med 23: 1323-1324
Nelson, R.; Lewis, R.W. 1938: Comparisons of fungicides for control of Celery leaf blights. Quart. Bull. Mich, agric. Exp. Sta 20(4): 210-221
Dutton, W.C.; Farish, L.R. 1936: Comparisons of high-calcium and dolomitic hydrated limes in Bordeaux, zinc-lime and iron-lime on Cherry and Peach. Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 33: 186
Hockey, J.F. 1938: Comparisons of orchard fungicides, 1938. Rep. N.S. Fruit Grs' Ass 75: 53-55; 57-58
Cation, D.; Rasmussen, E.J. 1937: Comparisons of some old and new materials for spraying Cherries. Quart. Bull. Mich, agric. Exp. Sta 19(3): 123-142
Nelson, F.E.; Caulfield, W.J.; Martin, W.H. 1939: Comparisons of the inactivation of phosphatase enzyme and the killing of Escherichia-Aerobacter organisms as criteria of satisfactory pasteurization of ice cream mix. Jour Dairy Sci 22(7): 535-541
Morgenweck, G. 1941: Comparisons of the structure of arable land and grassland. Pflanzenbau 18: 161-91
Schrader, A.L. 1936: Comparisons of various nitrogen fertilizers especially in relation to fall applications versus spring applications. Trans. Peninsula hort. Soc. for 1936 25(5): 81-5
Liu JiaLing 2005: Comparisons on cigarette expenditures in China and U.S.A. Acta Tobacaria Sinica 11(4): 1-5
Scherrer, K.; Schreiber, R. 1942: Comparitive feeding experiment wih lucerne silage as a partial substitute for barley groats in the feeding of pigs. Biedermanns Zentralbl. B. Tierernahrung 14: 65-70
Tiemann, H.D. 1943: Compartment or progressive kiln?. Sth. Lumberm, 167: 2097; 2099, 49-50; 53-5; 47-8
Carter, R.H. 1929: Compatibilities of Insecticides. I. Fluosilicates and Cryolite with Arsenates. J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 22(5): 814-818
Cope, F.W. 1938: Compatibility and fruit setting in cacao. 8th Annu. Rep. Cacao Res., Trin, publ. 1939. 17-20
Cope, F.W. 1939: Compatibility and fruit-setting in cacao. Eighth A.R. on Cacao Research for 1939. 17-20
Fagerlind, F. 1944: Compatibility and incompatibility in the genus Rosa. Acta Horticulturae 13: 247-302
Kolkunov, V. 1936: Compatibility between high yield and high sugar content in Beta races. Selek. Semenovod, 8, 57-9
Murray, C.W. 1932: Compatibility of Acid Lead Arsenate with Commercial Oil Emulsions as used in the Pacific Northwest. Proc. Washington St. Hort. Ass, Olympia, Wash., 27: 52-56
Upshall, W.H. 1941: Compatibility of Bechtel's Crab on some Malling rootstocks. Sci. Agric 21: 687-8
Kosina, J. 2007: Compatibility of Czech pear cultivars with quince rootstock in nursery. Vedecke Prace Ovocnarske 20: 43-46
Fleck, E.E.; Haller, H.L. 1945: Compatibility of DDT with insecticides, fungicides, and fertilizers. Indust And Engineer Chem Indust Ed 37(4): 403-405
Anonymous 1919: Compatibility of Spray Mixtures. N.Z. Jl. Agric, Wellington , 214-215
Verma, K.K.; Sewak Ram; Nandal, S.N. 2006: Compatibility of VAM, Glomus fasciculatum with nematicides to manage Meloidogyne incognita in okra. Haryana Journal of Agronomy 22(1): 40-41
McCray, F.A. 1932: Compatibility of Certain Nicotiana Species. Genetics 17(6): 621-636
Ginsburg, J.M. 1933: Compatibility of oil emulsion-cresylic acid sprays with fungicides. Jour Econ Ent 26(3): 566-572
Vidal, J.L., E.Al. 1931: Compatibility trials with different grape vine stocks. Progres agricole et viticole 48: 375-8
Wilcomb, H.H. 1940: Compatible and non-compatible mixtures of sprays and dusts. California Citrograph 25(11): 348
Cuin, T.A.; Shabala, S. 2007: Compatible solutes reduce ROS-induced potassium efflux in Arabidopsis roots. Plant Cell and Environment 30(7): 875-885
Kaplan, P.M. 1936: Compensating effect of the liver in carbohydrate metabolism.. Med. exp. Ukraine. 6, 43-55
Kristensen, R.K. 1931: Compensation and the calculation of the error in field tests. A brief presentation. Arch. Pfianzenbau. 32. 8: 436-55
Anonymous 1933: Compensation for electricity wayleaves over temporary grass. Land. Agents' Soc, 32: 738
Vinconneau, V.R. 1944: Compensation for reforestation after a catastrophe.. Rev. Eaux For 82(2): 83-9
Dobberstein, J. 1944: Compensation in outbreaks of foot and mouth disease. Berl. Munch. tierarztl. Wschr./Wien. tierarztl. Mschr, Sept. 29th. 315-317
Winter, C.A.; Emery, F.E. 1936: Compensatory adrenal hypertrophy in the rat as influenced by sex, castration, time and thyroidectomy. Anat. Rec 66: 401-409
Selye, H. 1940: Compensatory atrophy of the adrenals. Journal American Medicine Assoc 115(26): 2246-2252
Tomenius, J. 1944: Compensatory excretion of nitrogen in renal insufficiency. Nord. Med 22: 981-982
Dobreff, M. 1936: Compensatory hypertrophy of the parotid gland in pancreatic islet hypofunction. Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 62: 67-69
Moore, E. 1933: Compensatory hypertrophy of the thyroid gland in guinea-pigs. Effect of potassium iodide and of anterior lobe pituitary extract. Arch. Pathol 16: 657-666
Bernal, P.; Segura, A.; Ramos, J.-L. 2007: Compensatory role of the cis-trans-isomerase and cardiolipin synthase in the membrane fluidity of Pseudomonas putida DOT-T1E. Environmental Microbiology 9(7): 1658-1664
Porter, C.L.; Carter, J.C. 1938: Competition among fungi. Bot Rev 4(4): 165-182
Munerati, O. 1931: Competition between Ustilago tritici and Tilletia tritici in the same Wheat plant. Comptes rendus Acud. des Sciences 192(5): 296-297
Krizenecky, J. 1934: Competition between animal fats and so-called artifical edible fats as affected by changes in price. Vestn. csl. Akad. Zemed 10: 281-285
Mather, K.M. 1936: Competition between bivalents during chiasma formation. Proceedings Roy Society London B 120(817): 208-227
Quinby, J.R.; Killough, D.T.; Stansel, R.H. 1937: Competition between cotton varieties in adjacent rows. J. Amer. Soc. Agron 29: 269-79
Wilson, P.W.; Hull, J.F.; Burris, R.H. 1943: Competition between Free and Combined Nitrogen in Nutrition of Azotobacter. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 29(9): 289-294
Spencer, L. 1939: Competition between fresh milk and canned milk. Ass. Bull. (Int. Ass. Milk Dlrs). 32: 61-80
Brieger, F.G. 1945: Competition between megaspores in maize. An. Esc. Sup. Agric, Luiz de Queiroz" Univ. S. Paulo 2(18): 239-67
Nicol, H.; Thornton, H.G. 1941: Competition between related strains of nodule bacteria and its influence on infection of the legume host. Proceedings Roy Society Ser B Biol Science 130(858): 32-59
Hull, A.C., J. 1941: Competition between sagebrush and reseeded species on a burned-over area in south-eastern Idaho. Proc. Utah Acad. Sci, 18: 12
Krizenecky, J. 1934: Competition between so-called artificial edible fats and natural fats of animal origin in household consumption in Czechoslovakia. Vestn. csl. Akad. Zemd 10: 120-129
Jones, M. 1936: Competition between species under pasture conditions. Agric. Progr 13: 62-5
Smirnov, E.; Polejaeff, W. 1934: Competition for Space by the Coccid, L. ulmi. Z. angew. Ent, Berlin 21(3): 406-414
Anonymous 1913: Competition for a remedy against the vine moth. Riv. Vitic. Enol. Agrar. Conegliano 19(23): 541-547
Lange, W. 1941: Competition for good butter-fat transmitters in cattle breeding. Dtsch. landw. Tierz, 45: 307
Thomas, M.T. 1934: Competition in seeds mixtures at high elevations (850 ft.) at Moelglomen, Talybont, Cardiganshire. Ann. appl. Biol 21: 553-65
Vasconcelos, D.D.M. 1940: Competition of cassava varieties. Bol. Sec. Agric. Pernambuco. 6: 164-73
Pickford, G.D.; Reid, E.H. 1943: Competition of elk and domestic livestock for summer range forage. Jour Wildlife Management 7(3): 328-332
Haring, F. 1937: Competition of pigs entered for fattening tests at the instructional show in Berlin, 22nd-24th April 1937. Z. Schweinez 44(44): 301-304
Krizenecky, J. 1934: Competition of so-called artificial edible fats with animal fats in farm households in Czechoslovakia. Vestn. csl. Akad. Zemed 10: 285-289
Braga, C.D.S.; Kalckmann, R.E. 1944: Competition of varieties, spacing and manuring in flax. Bol. Soc. Brasil. Agron. Rio de J 7: 7-20
Weaver, J.E. 1942: Competition of western wheat grass with relict vegetation of prairie. American Journal of Botany 29(5): 366-372
Santini, G.; Tucci, L.; Ottonetti, L.; Frizzi, F. 2007: Competition trade-offs in the organisation of a Mediterranean ant assemblage. Ecological entomology 32(3): 319-326
Laukkanen, M.; Koundouri, P. 2006: Competition versus cooperation in groundwater extraction: a stochastic framework with heterogeneous agents. Water management in arid and semi arid regions: interdisciplinary perspectives: 188-198
Demela, J. 1936: Competitions for the best meadow yields. Zemed. Pokrok 3: 151-4
Andersen, M.-Klindt; Hauggaard-Nielsen, H.; Weiner, J.; Jensen, E.-Steen 2007: Competitive dynamics in two- and three-component intercrops. Journal of applied ecology 44(3): 545-551
Graber, L.F. 1933: Competitive efficiency and productivity of bluegrass (Poa pratensis L.) with partial defoliations at two levels of cutting. J. Amer. Soc. Agron 25: 328-33
Macho, A.P.; Zumaquero, A.; Ortiz-Martín, I.; Beuzón, C.R. 2007: Competitive index in mixed infections: a sensitive and accurate assay for the genetic analysis of Pseudomonas syringae-plant interactions. Molecular Plant Pathology 8(4): 437-450
Eriksen Hamel, N.S.; Whalen, J.K. 2007: Competitive interactions affect the growth of Aporrectodea caliginosa and Lumbricus terrestris (Oligochaeta: Lumbricidae) in single- and mixed-species laboratory cultures. European Journal of Soil Biology 43(3): 142-150
Martin, G.R. 1944: Competitive rubber plants: hevea's advantages. Crown Colon 14: 89-90
Covelo, E.F.; Vega, F.A.; Andrade, M.L. 2006: Competitive sorption and desorption of heavy metals by individual soil components. Journal of Hazardous Materials 140(1-2): 308-315
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Power, D.; Hallencreutz, D. 2007: Competitiveness, local production systems and global commodity chains in the music industry: entering the US market. Regional Studies 41(3): 377-389
Kline, L.V.; Chase, S.B. 1941: Compilation of data on nut weight and kernel percentage of black walnut selections. Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 38: 166-174
Clouse, R.C. 1942: Compilation of recent data on mineral and vitamin values of foods. J. Amer. Dietetic Assoc 18: 553-561
Dykstra, T.P. 1942: Compilation of results in control of potato ring rot in 1941. American Potato Jour 19(9): 175-196
Went, J.C. 1938: Compilation of the investigations on the susceptibility of different Elms to Ceratostomella ulmi Buisman in the Netherlands. Phytopath. Z 11(2): 181-201
Robles, M.M. 1938: Complement Fixation Reaction and Protective Value of Anti-Hemorrhagic Septicemia Serum. Philipp. J. anim. Indust 5: 35-87
Numata, G. 1938: Complement Fixation Reaction in Weil's Disease. Mainly on the Improvement of the Antigen. Kitasato Arch 15: 45-66
Howitt, B.F. 1937: Complement Fixation Test Differentiating 3 Strains of Equine Encephalomyelitic Virus and the Virus of Lymphocytie Choriomeningitis. Proc. Soc. exp. Biol, N.Y., 35: 526-528
Traub, E.; Walbrecht, H.; Schafer, W. 1941: Complement Fixation Tests in E.I.A. Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift (14): 134-135
Deschiens, R.; Nicol, L. 1941: Complement Fixation for the Diagnosis of Ascariasis in Horses. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris., 135: 516-520
Woods, A.C.; Morris, H.H. 1918: Complement Fixation in Experimental Trypanosomiasis. Jl. Infect. Dis, Jan 22(1): 43-48
Kolmer, J.A.; Trist, M.E.; Heist, G.D. 1916: Complement Fixation in Intestinal Parasitism of Dogs. Jl. Infect. Dis, Jan 18(1): 88-105
Broom, J.C.; Findlay, G.M. 1932: Complement Fixation in Rift Valley Fever. Lancet 222: 609-611
Mohler, W.M. 1939: Complement Fixation with Chick-Embryo Antigen in Equine Eneephalomyelitis. J. Amer. vet. med. Ass 94: 39-43
Pressman, D.; Campbell, D.H.; Pauling, L. 1942: Complement Fixation with Simple Substances Containing Two or More Haptenic Groups. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 28(3): 77-79
Hoyle, L. 1940: Complement Fixation with the Shope Rabbit Papilloma Virus. J. Path. Bact 50: 169-170
Taliaferro, W.H.; Taliaferro, L.G. 1934: Complement Fixation, Precipitin, Adhesion, Mercuric Chloride and Wasserman Tests in Equine Trypanosomiasis of Panama (Murrina). J. Immunol 26: 193-213
Kodicek, E. 1943: Complement activity and vitamin C. Biochemical Journal 37(4): 456-460
Ecker, E.E.; Pillemer, L.; Martiensen, E.W.; Wertheimer, D. 1938: Complement activity as influenced by certain chemical agents. Journal of Biological Chemistry 123(1): 351-357
Ardy, C. 1939: Complement activity of serum and vitamm C. Sic. Clin. pediat 37: 495-503
Ecker, E.E.; Pillemer, L.; Griffitts, J.J.; Schwartz, W.P. 1939: Complement and asscorbic acid in human scurvy. An experimental study. J. Amer. lied. Asaoe 112: 1449-1452
Luhrs, E. 1943: Complement and haemolytic and complement-fixing amboceptors. Z. InfektKr. Haustiere 60: 86-102
Weber. 1935: Complement as a Therapeutic Agent. Z. InfektKr. Haustiere 47: 323-327
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Ecker, E.E.; Pillemer, L.; Martiensen, E.W.; Wertheimer, D. 1938: Complement function as influenced by Szent-Gyorgyi's hexoxidase. Journal of Biological Chemistry 123(1): 359-363
Ecker, E.E.; Kovacs, J.; Pillemer, L. 1939: Complement in Anaphylactic Shock. Enzymologia 7: 305-306
Rose, S.B.; Kolmer, J.A. 1936: Complement studies on dogs during B-avitaminosis and anhydremia. J. Infect. Dis 59: 126-128
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Nakamura, J. 1939: Complement-Fixation Reaction in Rinderpest. V. Distribution of Antigen in the Body of the Infected Calf.. Jap. J. vet. Sci 1: 89-118
Nakamura, J.; Wagatuma, S. 1940: Complement-Fixation Reaction in Rinderpest. VI. Production of Antibody.. Jap. J. vet. Sci 2: 257-276
Acevedo, R.A. 1937: Complement-Fixation Reaetion in Hemorrhagie Septicemia. Philip. J. anim. Indust 4: 189-204
Traub, E.; Mohlmann, H. 1943: Complement-Fixation Test for Typing Foot and Mouth Disease Virus. I. Tests with Sera and Antigens from G. Pigs. Zbl. Bakt 150: 289-300
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Karsten. 1935: Complement-Fixation Test for the Diagnosis of Bovine Tuberculosis. Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 43: 101-104
Bianchi, C. 1940: Complement-Fixation Test in Diagnosis of Bovine TB. Profilassi 13: 162-169
Kanyo, B.; Gabor, O. 1938: Complement-Fixation Test in a Case of Foot and Mouth Disease in Man. Z. Immun-Forsch 92: 20-26
Meyer, K.F.; Eddie, B.; Yanamura, H. 1939: Complement-Fixation Test with Tissue-Culture-Antigens as Aid in Recognizing Latent Avian Psittacosis (Ornithosis). Proc. Soc. exp. Biol, N.Y., 41: 173-176
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Rarsten Bischoff. 1935: Complement-Fixation Tests with Whey for the Diagnosis of Brucella abortus Infection of the Udder in Cows. Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 43: 70-71
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Macheboeuf, M.A.; Levy, G.F.ure, M. 1935: Complement-Fixing Antigens of M. tuberculosis. III. Purification of the Lipoid Hapten of Heat-Killed Tubercle Bacilli, and Physico-Chemical Character of the Active Fraction. Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 547-572
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Lloyd, R.B.; Chandra, S.N. 1933: Complement-fixation in filariasis. Indian Journal of Medical Research 20(4): 1197-1208
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Dwyer, H.L.; Neff, F.C. 1932: Complemental feeding in the new-born infant. Its effect on breast nursing. J. Amer. Med. Assoc 99: 463-465
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Sinitsin, D.F. 1932: Complementary Note to my Observations on the Life History of Moniezia expansa. J. Parasitol, 19: 163
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Wiebe, G.A. 1934: Complementary factors in barley giving a lethal progeny. Jour Heredity 25(7): 273-274
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Bemelans, E. 1931: Complete Clearing-up of the Existing Confusion regarding the Diseases described as Influenza in the Horse. Berl. tierarztl Wschr 47: 761-767
Portier, P. 1919: Complete Development of Larvae of Tenebrio molitor reared on Food sterilised at a temperature of 130 degrees. C. R. Soc. Biol. Paris Ixxxii: 2, 59-60
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Chabrol, E.; Charonnat, R.; Maximin, M.; Cottet, J. 1933: Complete absorption of chlorine from the gallbladder of the dog. C.R. Soc. Biol 113: 1347-1348
Freed, S.C.; Soskin, S. 1937: Complete and incomplete estrogenic hormones, arising from different sites in the rat's ovary. Endocrinology 21: 599-602
Burgi, E. 1939: Complete and incomplete foods. Schweiz. med. Wochenschr 69: 7-10
Hudson, R.T.; Huoheeson, D.C.; Obtner, A.B. 1941: Complete bilateral epiphyseal separation of the upper humeral epiphyses due to scurvy. Report of a case. J. Bone Joint Surg 23: 375-378
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Padwick, G.W. 1938: Complex fungal rotting of pea seeds. Arm Appl Biol 25(1): 100-114
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Smirnoff, G.E. 1934: Complications in Anti-Anthrax Vaccination of Horses. Sovyet. Vet, 11, 12-16
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Pacey, K.C.; Bleackley, J.R.; Martine, W.R. 1943: Compo-cookery in a casualty clearing station with the B.N.A.F. J. Roy. Army Med. Corps. 81: 231-238
Pye, C.R. 1945: Component acids of two lesser-known paint oils. Paint Technol 10: 113-4
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Anonymous 1937: Composition of Uganda foodstuffs. Ann. Rep. Dept. Agric. Part 2, Uganda. 54-56
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Kushner, H.F. 1938: Composition of blood in camels in relation to the working ability of these animals. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR 18(9): 681-684
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Anonymous 1938: Composition of butterfat. Jversl. Rijkszuivelstation, Leiden. 3-5
Bougault, J.; Schuster, G. 1934: Composition of cacao butter. Remarks on a note by Hilditch on the partial saponification of the mixed azelaic glycerides. Bulletin de la Societe Chimique de France (1): 1416-1419
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