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Gilyarov, M.S. 1937: Factors determining the Injuriousness of Soil Pests and their Significance for the Cultivation of Rubber-producing Plants.. Plant Prot, Leningrad 13: 41-53
Kusner, H.F. 1936: Factors determining the birth weight of calves and its role in selection. Izv. Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R, 2-3, 449-464
Soskin, S.; Allweiss, D. 1933: Factors determining the dextrose tolerance curve. Amer. J. Physiol, 105: 89
Richardson, R.; Case, A.L. 1934: Factors Determining the effect of Exercise on Blood Sugar in the Diabetic. Journal of Clinical Investigation 13(6): 949-961
Massengale, O.N.; Bills, C.E.; Prickett, P.S. 1931: Factors determining the ergosterol content of yeast. 2. Carbohydrate sources. Journal of Biological Chemistry 94: 213-219
Jumelet, A.; Van Root, Y. 1945: Factors determining the incidence of blossom-end rot of tomatoes. Tijdschr. PIZiekt 51: 93-115
Anon. 1945: Factors determining the incidence of influenza and the interval between repeated attacks in the same person. Amt. J. Sci 7: 137-141
Manuel, E.G. 1944: Factors determining the mineral content of wheat. Agric Technica Santiago 4(1): 7-16
Patch, L.H.; Still, G.W.; Schlosberg, M.; Bottger, G.T. 1942: Factors determining the reduction in yield of field corn by the European corn borer. Jour Agric Res 65(10): 473-482
Blanchard, F.N.; Blanchard, F.C. 1940: Factors determining time of birth in the garter snake Thamnophis sirtalis sirtalis (Linnaeus). Pap. Midi. Acad. Sci 26: 161-176
Richter, C.P. 1938: Factors determining voluntary ingestion of water in normals and in individuals with maximum diabetes insipidus. American Journal of Physiology 122(3): 668-675
Tammes, P.M.L. 1937: Factors determining yield of coconut palms. Landbouw 13: 260-9
Oosting, H.J.; Billings, W.D. 1942: Factors effecting vegetational zonation on coastal dunes. Ecology 23(2): 131-142
Branas, J.; Bernon, G.; Levadoux, L. 1939: Factors encouraging court-noue of vines. Progr. agric. vitic 111: 161-5
Briganti, G. 1937: Factors favourable to and aggravating root rot. Preventive and curative treatment. Ital. agric 74: 669-74
Hildprandt, R.Von. 1935: Factors for colour tone in the grey Karakul pelt and the occurrence of fibres with a black proximal and white distal portion. Z. Zucht. 33: 249-254
J.H.Bondurant. 1938: Factors for profitable farming on limestone hill land of the Eden formation in Kentucky. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station Bull, 384, 225-46
Swarbrick, T.; Naik, K.C. 1932: Factors governing fruit bud formation. IX. A study of the relation between leaf area and internode length in the shoots of Worcester Pearmain apple, as affected by six different vegetative rootstocks. Jour Pomol And Hort Sci 10(1): 42-63
Sakharov, M.I. 1945: Factors governing soil freezing in forest coenoses.. Pedology 8, 381-402
Hastings, A.B. 1937: Factors governing the calcium equilibria in the body. New England Journal of Medicine 216: 377-380
Bateman, E. 1927: Factors governing the permanence of preservatives. Proceedings American Wood Preservers Assoc 23: 87-92
Hodgins, H.J. 1941: Factors governing the selection of practical working circles in B. C. B.C. Lumberm 25(5): 28-9
Joglekar, R.G. 1935: Factors governing yield of crops Woodhouse Memorial Prize Essay, 1932. Agric. Live-stk, India 5: 683-91
Wilson, E.E. 1928: Factors important in the development of perithecia of Venturia inaeqnalia. Phytopath 18(1): 145-146
VAN Overbeek, J.; Conklin, M.E.; Blakeslee, A.F. 1941: Factors in Coconut Milk Essential for Growth and Development of very Young Datura Embryos. Science 94(2441): 350-351
Rose, M.S.; Vahlteich, E.M. 1932: Factors in food influencing hemoglobin regeneration. 1. Whole wheat flour, white flour, prepared bran, and oatmeal. Journal of Biological Chemistry 96: 593-608
Rose, M.S.; Kung, L.C. 1932: Factors in food influencing hemoglobin regeneration. 2. Liver in comparison with whole wheat and prepared bran. Journal of Biological Chemistry 98: 417-437
Rose, M.S.; Vahltkich, E.M.c.; Macleod, G. 1934: Factors in food influencing hemoglobin regeneration. 3. Eggs in comparison with whole wheat, prepared bran, oatmeal, beef liver, and beef muscle. Journal of Biological Chemistry 104: 217-229
Tenenbaum, B.; Karshan, M. 1937: Factors in human saliva correlated with the occurrence of salivary calculus. J. Amer. Dent. Assoc. and Dent. Cosmos. 24: 1255-1259
Karshan, M. 1936: Factors in human saliva correlated with the presence and activity of dental caries. J. Dent. Res 15: 383-393
Et Al 1943: Factors in injury to citrus by sulphur dusts. California Citrograph 28: 286-287, 302, 306, 310-311
Everett, J.W. 1944: Factors in interstitial-cell repair in the rat ovary. Anat Rec 88: 431
Lloyd, W.M. 1935: Factors in malnutrition. Med. Officer. 54: 205-206
Pillsbury, A.F.; Appleman, D. 1945: Factors in permeability changes of soils and inert granular material. Soil Sci 59: 115-123
Higgins, C.G. 1939: Factors in recorrence of renal eatenti. J. Amer. Med. Assoc 118: 1460-1465
Gerstl, B.; Tennant, R. 1941: Factors in Resistance to Tuberculosis. Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 14(1): 29-43
Karshan, M. 1939: Factors in saliva correlated with dental caries. Journal of Dental Research 18(5): 395-407
Aykroyd, O.E.; Zuckerman, S. 1938: Factors in sexual-skin oedema. Journal of Physiology 94(1): 13-25
Parkhurst, R.T.; Mcmurray, M.R. 1933: Factors in the Development of Deforming Leg Weakness in Chickens. J. Agric. Set 23: 311-327
Ackert, J. 1935: Factors in the Resistance of Chickens to the Nematode Asearidia lineata (Sehneider). Trud. Dinam. Razwt 10: 413-422
Mccubbin, W.A. 1923: Factors in the Success of Domestic Quarantines. Jl. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 16(3): 253-262
Driver, R.L.; Murlin, J.R. 1941: Factors in the absorption of insulin from the alimentary tract. American Journal of Physiology 132(1): 281-292
Kottgen, P.; Jung, L. 1941: Factors in the availability of soil nutrients. Preliminary communication.. Bodenk. PflErnahr 24: 257-265
Heaton, T.B. 1932: Factors in the control of growth. Guy's Hosp. Rep 82: 320-328
Hergert, E.L. 1934: Factors in the diet and inoculations of infants. Arch. Pediat 51: 666-672
Deeds, F. 1941: Factors in the etiology of mottled enamel. J Amer. Dent. Asaoc 28: 1804-1814
Nelson, A.; Maclagan, J.F.A. 1935: Factors in the germination of Aira flexuosa. Notes R. bot. Gdn. Edinb 18: 251-66
Lecoq, R.; Chauchard, P.; Mazoue, H. 1944: Factors in the prevention and experimental production of oedema in dietary imbalance. C.R. Acad. Sci 219: 139-141
Ackert, J.E. 1939: Factors in the resistance of chickens to parasitic worms. World S Poultry Congress and Expos Proceedings 7: 265-267
Pridham, Alfred, M.S. 1942: Factors in the rooting of cuttings and the growth of young plants. Proceedings American Society Hort Science 40: 579-582
Lunde, G.; Kringstad, H. 1938: Factors in the vitamin B complex necessary for the development of skin and fur. Skr. norske Vidensk.-Akad. 1. Mat.-Naturv. Klasse. 1, 17
Cowie, G.A. 1942: Factors inducing mineral-deficiency symptoms on the potato plant. Ann Appl Biol 29(4): 333-340
Lewis, H.C. 1935: Factors influencing Citrus Thrips Damage. J. econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 28(6): 1011-1015
Loucaides, C.A.; Chedzoy, S.M. 2005: Factors influencing Cypriot children's physical activity levels. Sport, Education and Society 10(1): 101-118
Thomas, F.L.; Dunnam, E.W. 1931: Factors influencing Infestation in Cotton by Heliothis obsoleta Fab. J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 24(4): 815-821
Dong, W.; Mao, Y.F.; Li, W. 2007: Factors influencing T-DNA transferring into pollen of lily in vitro. Russian journal of plant physiology a comprehensive Russian journal on modern phytophysiology 54(3): 420-425
Duke, H.L. 1930: Factors influencing Trypanosome Infection Rate in Tsetse Flies. Trans. R. Soc. Trop. Med. Hyg, London, June 30th 24(1): 125-127
Rice, E.B. 1942: Factors influencing acid production by lactic acid streptococci in milk and cheese curd. Jour Australian Inst Agric Sci 8(1): 28-29
Mitchell, H.S. 1932: Factors influencing anemia development in young rats. Amer. J. Physiol 101: 503-510
Francis, C.C. 1939: Factors influencing appearance of centers of ossification during early childhood. Amer. J. Dis. Child 57: 817-830
Francis, C.C. 1940: Factors influencing appearance of centers of ossification during early childhood. 2. A comparative study of degree of epiphysial ossification in infancy under varying conditions of diet and health. Amer. J. Die. Child 59: 1006-1012
McNew, G.L. 1940: Factors Influencing Attenuation of Phytomonas stewarti Cultures. Journal of Bacteriology 39(2): 171-186
Finger, F. 1943: Factors influencing audiogenic seizures in the rat. II. Heredity and age. Jour Comp Psychol 35(2): 227-232
Wolf, B. 1940: Factors influencing availability of boron in soil and its distribution in plants. Soil Sci 50(3): 209-216
Dam, H.; Glavind, J. 1942: Factors Influencing Capillary Permeability in the Vitamin e Deficient Chick. Science 96(2488): 235-236
Kideghesho, J., R.; Rciskaft, E.-; Kaltenborn, B., P. 2007: Factors influencing conservation attitudes of local people in Western Serengeti, Tanzania. Biodiversity and conservation 16(7): 2213-2230
Michelbacher, A.E.; Swanson, C. 1945: Factors influencing control of the walnut aphid. Jour Econ Ent 38(1): 127-128
Kah, M.; Beulke, S.; Brown, C.D. 2007: Factors influencing degradation of pesticides in soil. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 55(11): 4487-4492
Broadfoot, W.M.; Browning, G.M. 1941: Factors influencing determination of sodium in plant material. J. Assoc. Off. Agric. Chem 24: 916-926
Selye, H. 1943: Factors influencing development of scrotum. Anat Rec 85(4): 377-383
Mcgee, L.C.; Emery, E.S., J. 1940: Factors influencing digestion in the jejunum. Amer. J. Digest. Dis 7: 462-467
Wyss, O.; Wilson, P.W. 1941: Factors influencing excretion of nitrogen by legumes. Soil Sci 52(1): 15-24
Cooper, J.R. 1938: Factors influencing fertilization of apple blossoms and setting of fruit. Proceedings American Society Hort Science 35: 27-35
Adriance, G.W. 1931: Factors influencing fruit setting in the pecan. Bot. Gaz 91: 144-66
Funk, E.M. 1934: Factors influencing hatchability in the domestic fowl. Missouri Agric Exp Sta Bull 341: 1-22
Faris, J.A. 1924: Factors influencing infection of Hordeum sativum Ustilago hordei. Amer. Journ. of Botany 11(3): 189-213
Roberts, F.M. 1943: Factors influencing infection of the tomato by Verticillium albo-atrum. Ann Appl Biol 30(4): 327-331
Roberts, F.M. 1944: Factors influencing infection of the tomato by Verticillium albo-atrum. II. Ann Appl Biol 31(3): 191-193
Stevens, N.E.; Thompson, N.F. 1943: Factors influencing injury to cranberry plants during flooding. Wisconsin Hort 33: 264-265
Brougher, J.C. 1944: Factors influencing lactation. Western Jour Surg Obstet And Gynecol 52: 274-277
Gunasundari, R.; Kumar, R.R.; Ilango, R.V.J. 2002: Factors influencing leaf expansion time in tea. Proceedings of the 15th Plantation Crops Symposium Placrosym XV, Mysore, India, 10-13 December 2002: 111-114
Knapp, B.; Lambert, W.V.; Black, W.H. 1940: Factors influencing length of gestation and birth weight in cattle. Jour Agric Res 61(4): 277-285
Koehler, B.; Dungan, G.H.; Holbert, J.R. 1925: Factors influencing lodging in Corn. Illinois Agric Exper. Stat. Bull, 266, 311-371
Browder, S. 1942: Factors influencing lung lobation in the mouse. I. Genetic factors : a preliminary report. Anat. Rec 83: 31-39
Wedberg, S.E.; Rettger, L.F. 1941: Factors Influencing Microbial Thermogenesis. Journal of Bacteriology 41(6): 725-743
Brosofske, K., D.; Cleland, D., T.; Saunders, S., C. 2007: Factors influencing modern wildfire occurrence in the Mark Twain National Forest, Missouri. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 31(2): 73-84
Elliker, P.R 1941: Factors influencing mold mycelia in cream. Nat. Bull. Cheese J 32(7): 8-9; 44; 46; 48; 49
Mc Kenzie, F.F. 1940: Factors influencing motility and metabolism in ram semen. Proceedings American Society Animal Prod 33: 210-215
Hellman, L.M.; Shettles, L.B. 1939: Factors influencing plasma prothrombin in the newborn infant 1. Prematurity and vitamin K. Butt. Johns Hoplcins Hosp 65: 138-141
Shettles, L.B.; Delfs, E.; Hellman, L.M. 1939: Factors influencing plasma prothrombin in the newborn infant. 2. Antepartum and neonatal ingestion of vitamin K concentrate. Bull. Johns Hopkins Hosp 65: 419-426
Hellman, L.M.; Moore, W.T.; Shettles, L.B. 1940: Factors influencing plasma prothrombin in the newborn infant. 3. A study of the vitamin K activity of various naphthohydroquinone derivatives. Bull. Johns Hopkins Hosp 66: 379-389
Maumenee, A.E.; Hellhas, L.M.; Shettles, L.B. 1941: Factors influencing plasma prothrombin in the newborn infant. 4. The effect of antenatal administration of vitamin K on the incidence of retinal hemorrhage in the newborn. Bull. Johns Hopkins Hosp 68: 158-168
Harr, J.F. 1943: Factors influencing poult mortality. Bull. Calif. Dep. Agric 32: 96-99
Newcombe, B.; Alderman, D.C. 1944: Factors influencing quality of dehydrated carrots. Quart Bull Michigan Agric Exp Sta 26(4): 341-345
Knapp, B.; Black, W.H. 1941: Factors influencing rate of gain of beef calves during the suckling period. Jour Agric Res 63(4): 249-254
Johnston, J.A. 1940: Factors influencing retention of nitrogen and calcium in period of growth. 3. Puberty in the normal girl and in the girl with the minimal reinfection type of tuberculosis. Amer. J. Dis. Child 59: 287-309
Johnston, J.A. 1941: Factors influencing retention of nitrogen and calcium in period of growth. 4. Effect of estrogen. Amer. J. Dis. Child 62: 708-715
Johnston, J.A. 1941: Factors influencing retention of nitrogen and calcium in period of growth. 5. Farther evidence of the anabolic effect of thyroid on calcium metabolism. Amer. J. Dis. Child 62: 1172-1182
Johnston, J.A. 1944: Factors influencing retention of nitrogen and calcium in period of growth. 6. The calcium and. vitamin D requirements of the older child. Amer. J. Dis. Child 67: 265-274
Meadly, G.R.W. 1935: Factors influencing seed germination. J. Dept. Agric. W. Aust 12: 260-3
Coffman, F.A. 1937: Factors influencing seed set in oat crossing. Jour Heredity 28(9): 296-303
Armstrong, J.M.; White, W.J. 1935: Factors influencing seed-setting in alfalfa. J. agric. Sci 25: 161-79
Lovell, M.E.; Rabinowitch, I.M. 1939: Factors influencing storage of protein with low-calorie diets. Jour Nutrition 18(4): 339-351
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Setterstrom, C.; Zimmerman, P.W. 1939: Factors influencing susceptibility of plants to sulphur dioxide injury. I. Contr Boyce Thompson Inst 10(2): 155-181
Boggs, M.M.; Campbell, H.; Schwartze, C.D. 1943: Factors influencing texture of peas preserved by freezing. 2. Food Res 8: 502-515
Golightly, W.H. 1940: Factors influencing the Abundance and Size of Psychoda Species in Sewage Bacteria Beds. Ann. appl. Biol, London 27(3): 406-421
Holloway, T.E.; Haley, W.E. 1927: Factors influencing the Abundance of the Sugar Cane Moth Borer. Facts about Sugar, New York, January 8th 22(2): 42-43
Jorgensen, M. 1936: Factors influencing the Accuracy of the Intradermal Tuberculin Test. Maanedsskr. Dyrlaeg 48: 285-298; 310-319
Caines, J.C. 1933: Factors influencing the Activities of the Cotton Boll-worm Moth (Heliothis obsoleta Fab.). J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 26(5): 957-962
Spuler, A.; Dorman, R.; Gillies, K. 1931: Factors influencing the Cost of Codling Moth Control. Proc. Washington St. Hort. Ass, Olympia, Wash., 27: 31-43
Lillie, R.D. 1944: Factors influencing the Romanovsky staining of blood films and the role of methylene violet. J. Lab. clin. Med 29: 1181-1197
Graham, S.A. 1921: Factors influencing the Subcortical Temperatures of Logs. 18th Rept. Minnesota State Ent., Agric. Expt. Sta, Univ. Farm, St. Paul 26-42
Tompsett, S.L. 1940: Factors influencing the absorption of iron and copper from the alimentary tract. Biochemical Journal 34(6): 961-969
Brody, S. 1939: Factors influencing the apparent energetic efficiency of productive processes in farm animals. J. Nutrit 17: 235-251
Mcgeorge, W.T. 1939: Factors influencing the availability of native soil phosphate and phosphate fertilizers in Arizona soils. Ariz. Agric. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull 82: 293-331
Den Doop, J.E.A. 1941: Factors influencing the availability of the indigenous phosphorus in an acid tropical soil. Soil Sci 52(2): 101-120
Homrich, B.R. 1943: Factors influencing the bioassay of vitamin E. Jour Nutrition 26(4): 391-398
Hodgson, R.E.; Riddell, W.H.; Hughes, J.S. 1932: Factors influencing the blood sugar level of dairy cattle. J. Agric. Res 44: 357-365
Bakwin, H.; Bakwin, R.M. 1932: Factors influencing the calcium concentration in the serum of new-borns. Amer. J. Hyg 15: 766-772
Zafren, S.J. 1941: Factors influencing the changes in carotin content in silages. Vestn. seljskohoz. Nauk. Kormodobyvanie. 3, 74-8
Newton, W.; Johnston, F.B.; Yarwood, C. 1930: Factors influencing the character of Bordeaux mixture. Proc. Canadian Phytopath. Soc. 1930. 21-26
Pollard, A.; Kieser, M.E.; Bryan, J.D. 1945: Factors influencing the composition of the tomato. A comparison of varieties and of indoor and outdoor culture. Rep. Agric. Hort. Res. Sta, Long Ashton, Bristol, 203-08
Gibbs, J.G. 1939: Factors influencing the control of club-root (Plasmodio-phora brassicae). N.Z. J. Sci. Tech, xxA: 6, 409-412
Burkser, G.W. 1941: Factors influencing the course and prophylaxis of suilyuk in horses (a broncho-pneumonia). Trud XV Plen. vet. Sekt. Akad sel'khoz. Nauk, Moscow, 103-105
Luttermoser, G.W. 1938: Factors influencing the development and viability of the eggs of Capillaria hepatica. American Journal of Hygiene 27(2): 275-289
Luttermoser, G. 1937: Factors influencing the development and viability of the eggs of Nippostrongylus muris. Journal of Parasitology 23(5): 539-540
Overholser, E.L.; Winkler, A.J.; Jacob, H.E. 1923: Factors influencing the development of internal browning of the Yellow Newtown Apple. California Agric. Exper. Stat. Bull, 370: 40
Plagge, H.H.; Maney, T.J. 1937: Factors influencing the development of soggy break-down in apples. Jour Agric Res 55(10): 739-763
Johnson, A.S. 1936: Factors influencing the development of tuberculous infection in Childhood. New England Journal of Medicine 215: 239-242
Reed, L.L.; Anderson, W.E.; Mendel, L.B. 1932: Factors influencing the distribution and character of adipose tissue in the rat. 2. The effect of ovariectomy and of feeding with thyroxine. Journal of Biological Chemistry 96: 313-323
Albrecht, H.R. 1943: Factors influencing the effect of inoculation of peanuts grown on new peanut lands. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. America 8: 217-20
Jones, L.K. 1931: Factors influencing the effectiveness of organic mercury dusts in Pea-seed treatment. Journ. Agric. Res 42(1): 25-33
Crafts, A.S. 1935: Factors influencing the effectiveness of sodium chlorate as a herbicide. Hilgardia 9(8): 437-457
Gale, E.F. 1943: Factors Influencing the Enzymic Activities of Bacteria. Bacteriological Reviews 7(3): 139-173
Serfontein, P.J. 1940: Factors influencing the fertilization of eggs. Fmg S. Afr, 15: 217
Magath, T.B. 1937: Factors influencing the geographic distribution of Diphyllobothrium latum. PAPERS ON HELMINTHOLOGY published in commemoration of the 30 year jubileum of K. J. Skrjabin and of 15th anniversary of the All-Union Institute of Helminthology, Moscow, 366-380
Taylor, F.H. 1945: Factors influencing the growth and yield of hard maple trees. Vt. Coll. Agric. Ann. Rept.,. 1945. 1: 21
Almquist, H.J.; Stokstad, E.L.R. 1936: Factors influencing the incidence of dietary hemorrhagic disease in chicks. J. Nutrition. 12: 329-335
Schaible, P.J.; Moore, J.M.; Conolly, R.A. 1933: Factors influencing the incidence of perosis in Barred Rock chicks. Poultry Sci 12: 324-325
Faris, J.A. 1924: Factors influencing the infection of Wheat by Tilletia tritici and Tilletia laevis. Mycologia 16(6): 259-282
Henderson, J.L.; Roadhouse, C.L. 1934: Factors influencing the initial induction period in the oxidation of milk fat. Jour Dairy Sci 17(4): 321-330
Sutherland, R. 1931: Factors influencing the keeping qualities of pears in cool storage. New Zealand J. Agr 43: 273-6
Josephs, H.W. 1942: Factors influencing the level of vitamin A in the blood of rats. Bull Johns Hopkins Hosp 71(5): 253-264
Bakwin, H.; Bodansky, O. 1933: Factors influencing the measurement of the phosphatase activity of tissue extracts. Journal of Biological Chemistry 101(3): 641-656
Dann, M.; Chambers, W.H.; James Evenden 1933: Factors influencing the metabolism of glucose ingested by fasting dogs. Journal of Biological Chemistry 100(2): 493-514
Swezy, O. 1930: Factors influencing the minimum incubation periods of curly top in the Best leaf hopper. Phytopath 20(1): 93-100
Visscher, M.B.; Ingraham, R.C. 1935: Factors influencing the movement of chloride against its diffusion gradient between intestine and blood. Amer. J. Physiol 113: 134-135
Welch, P.B. 1937: Factors influencing the muscular activity of the normal colon. Amer. J. Digest. Dis. Nutrit 4: 382-386
Swales, W.E. 1940: Factors influencing the numbers and pathological effects of nematodes parasitic in the alimentary tract of sheep in Canada. International Congress (3rd) for Microbiology, New York, Report of Proceedings, New York, 1940, 1940. 457-458
Eppstein, S.H.; Morgulis, S. 1942: Factors influencing the onset and cure of nutritional muscular dystrophy. Jour Nutrition 23(5): 473-482
Stewart, J.F.,.; BoldyreffW.N. 1932: Factors influencing the passage of liquids from the stomach into the intestine. American Journal of Physiology 102(2): 276-284
Dosdall, L. 1923: Factors influencing the pathogenicity of Helminthosporium sativum. Minnesota Agric. Exper. Stat. Tech. Bull, 17: 47
Mccluggage, M.E. 1943: Factors influencing the pearling test for kernel hardness in wheat. Cereal Chemistry 20(6): 686-700
Knox, C.W.; Godfrey, A.B. 1938: Factors influencing the percentage of thick albumen of hens' eggs. Poult. Sci 17: 159-162
Volk, B.W.; Popper, H. 1944: Factors influencing the persistence of vitamin A fluorescence in tissue sections. Arch. Pathol 38: 90-92
Beeson, P.B. 1941: Factors influencing the prevalence of trichinosis in man. Proceedings Roy Society Med 34(9): 585-589
Faber, J.E.; Black, L.A. 1938: Factors influencing the production of guinea-pig complement of satisfactory titer. J. Lab. clin. Med 23: 496-507
Davies, R.O.; Griffiths, E.K. 1939: Factors influencing the quality and chemical composition of butter. Welsh J. Agric 15: 189-201
Harwood, L.W. 1938: Factors influencing the quality of copra in Fiji. Agric. J, Fiji 9(2): 5-10
Spaulding, F.; Eisen Menger, W.S. 1938: Factors influencing the rate of decomposition of different types of plant tissue in soil, and the effect of the products on plant growth. Soil Sci 45(6): 427-445
Pugsley, H.E.; Farquharson, R.F. 1944: Factors Influencing the Rate of Flow of Intravenous Infusions : (With Special Reference to Venoconstriction Induced by Serum). Canadian Medical Association Journal 51(1): 5-11
Petrov, S.G. 1940: Factors influencing the rate of increase of domestic fowls. Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR. Ser. biol, 257-269
Johns, C.K. 1939: Factors influencing the reduction of methylene blue in milk. Sci Agric Ottawa 19(7): 435-457
Lloyd, J.W.; Decker, S.W. 1934: Factors influencing the refrigeration of packages of apples. Illinois Agric Exp Sta Bull 410: 13-50
Lloyd, J.W.; Decker, S.W. 1935: Factors influencing the refrigeration of packages of peaches. ILLINOIS AGRIC EXP STA BULL 418: p 437-464
Cheo, Y.C. 1940: Factors influencing the reproduction of Cunninghamia lanceolata Hook. and Pinus massoniana Lamb. Sinensia 11: 1-10
Skelton, F.M.; Sommer, H.H. 1941: Factors influencing the response of cream to a rebodying process. J. Dairy Sci 24(6): 532-533
Lindgren, D.L. 1941: Factors influencing the results of fumigation of the California red scale. Hilgardia 13(9): 491-511
Handelsman, M.B.; Schultz, D. 1944: Factors influencing the return of tolerance for glucose in middle-aged obese diabetics. American Journal of the Medical Sciences 208: 15-24
Bessey, O.A.; Lowry, O.H. 1944: Factors influencing the riboflavin content of the cornea. Journal of Biological Chemistry 155(2): 635-643
Gardner, V.R. 1937: Factors influencing the ripening season of sour cherries. Jour Agric Res 55(7): 521-532
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Sahyun, M.; Goodell, M.; Nixon, A. 1937: Factors influencing the stability of insulin. Journal of Biological Chemistry 117: 685-691
Neuer, H. 1935: Factors influencing the storage of cabbage. Gartenbauwiss 10: 74-109
Evans, R.J.; Greaves, J.E. 1937: Factors influencing the sulfur content of alfalfa. Proc. Utah Acad. Sci 14: 17-22
Selke, W. 1942: Factors influencing the use and choice of various forms of lime, with special reference to the magnesia question.. Bodenk. PflErnahr 28: 193-215
Hess, J.H.; Poncher, H.G.; Woodward, H. 1934: Factors influencing the utilization of calcium and phosphorus of cow's milk. Amer. J. Dis. Child 48: 1058-1071
Sherman, W.C.; Elvehjem, C.A.; Hart, E.B. 1934: Factors influencing the utilization of the iron and copper of egg yolk for hemoglobin formation. Journal of Biological Chemistry 107(1): 289-295
Buchaca, T.; Catalan, J. 2007: Factors influencing the variability of pigments in the surface sediments of mountain lakes. Freshwater biology 52(7): 1365-1379
Chevallier, A. 1937: Factors influencing the variation in the liver reserve of vitamin A, espcially the action of the nervous system. Nutrition 7: 143-146
Pugsley, L.I. 1940: Factors influencing the vitamin A and D potency of grayfish liver oil Squalus sucklii (Girard). J. Fish. Res. Board Canada. 4: 312-322
Westas, J.J. 1941: Factors influencing the vitamin C content of potatoes. Ann. agric. Coll. Sweden 9: 285-93
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Bogoyavlenskii Bogojawlenski, N.A. 1936: Failure of Gambusia to destroy Anopheles Larvae in Nature. Arch. Schiffs- u. Tropenhyg. Leipzig 40(5): 201-203
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