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Anonymous 1919: Insects of the Season. 44th Ann. Rept. (1918). Ontario Agric. Coll., Toronto, 15-18
Ross, W.A.; Caesar, L. 1924: Insects of the Season. 64th Ann. Rept. Ent. Soc. Ontario Toronto, 57-63
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Anonymous 1929: Insects of the Season 1928 in Canada. 59th Ann. Rep. Ent. Soc. Ontario, Toronto, 7-38
Anonymous 1931: Insects of the Season 1930. 61st Ann. Rep. Ent. Soc. Ontario Toronto, 7-32
Anonymous 1932: Insects of the Season 1931. 62nd Ann. Rep. Ent. Soc. Ontario Toronto, 7-34
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Anonymous 1917: Insects of the Season and Investigation Work. Forty-second Ann. Rept. Ontario Agric. Coll. & Exptl. Farm, Toronto., 10-14
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Ross, W.A.; Caesar, L. 1920: Insects of the Season in Ontario. 50th Ann. Rept. Ent. Soc. Ontario, Toronto, 95-104
Caesar, L.; Ross, W.A. 1921: Insects of the Season in Ontario. 51st Ann. Rept. Ent. Soc. Ontario Toronto., 35-43
Ross, W.A.; Caesar, L. 1922: Insects of the Season in Ontario. 52nd Ann. Rept. Ent. Soc. Ontario, Toronto, 42-50
Caesar, L.; Ross, W.A. 1923: Insects of the Season in Ontario. 53rd Ann. Rept. Ent. Soc. Ontario, Toronto., 33-39
Caesar, L.; Ross, W.A. 1926: Insects of the Season in Ontario. 56th Ann. Rept. Ent. Soc. Ontario, Toronto, 13-17
Maiieux, G. 1919: Insects of the Season in Quebec District, 1918. 49th Ann. Rept. Entom. Soc. Ontario, Toronto, 27-28
Maheux, G. 1924: Insects of the Season in Quebec in 1928. 64th Ann. Rept. Ent. Soc. Ontario Toronto, 71-73
Petch, C.E.; Armstrong, T. 1925: Insects of the Season in Southern Quebec for the Year 1924. 17th Ann. Rept. Quebec Soc. Prot. Plants, 25, Quebec, 72-77
Petch, C.E. 1926: Insects of the Season in Southern Quebec for the Year 1925. 18th Ann. Rept. Quebec Soc. Prot. Plants, 26, Quebec, 117-120
Weiss, H.B.; Dickerson, E.L. 1919: Insects of the Swamp Rose-mallow, Hibiscus moscheutos, L., in New Jersey. Jl. New York Entom. Soc, Lancaster, Pa. 27(1): 39-68
Illidge, R. 1922: Insects of the Wattle-trees. Queensland Naturalist, Brisbane. 3(3): 61-64
Cory, E.N. 1928: Insects of the Year 1027. Trans. Peninsula Hortic. Soc, Dover, Del., 80-87
Cory, E.M. 1927: Insects of the Year 1926. Trans. Peninsula Hortic. Soc, Dover, Del. 16(3): 14-15
Spittall, J.P. 1925: Insects of the Year in the Maritime Provinces, 1924. Proc. Acadian Ent. Soc., Truro, N.S, 10, 60-75
Gibson, A. 1934: Insects of the flower garden and their control. Bull. Dep. Agric. Can, 99: 69
Kulash, W.M. 1940: Insects of the forest floor available as food for game animals. J. For 38: 554-7
Webster, E.L. 1912: Insects of the year 1912 in Iowa. Jl. Econ. Entom, Dec 5(6): 469-472
Gater, B.A.R. 1925: Insects on African Oil-palms. Malayan Agric. Jl, Kuala Lumpur 13(8): 250-256
Rutherford, A. 1914: Insects on Rubber in 1913. Tropical​ ​Agriculturist 42(1): 41-44
Theobald, F.V. 1919: Insects on the Sea Buckthorn. Entomologist 67(5): 169-171
Benlloch, M. 1942: Insects parasitic on seeds of herbage plants. Agricultura, Madrid 11: 169-71
Rutherford, A. 1914: Insects pests of some leguminous plants. Tropical​ ​Agriculturist 43(4): 319-323
Gossabd, H.A. 1919: Insects resembling European Corn Borer. Mthly Bull. Ohio Agric. Expt Sta, Wooster 4(12): 372-379
Larson, A.O.; Fisher, C.K. 1930: Insects screened from Bean Samples (Hemip., Coleop., Orth., Hym., Dip.). Entomological News 41(3): 74-76
Sakharov, N. 1930: Insects taking Part in the Formation of Caoutchouc on Chondrilla ambigua Fiseh.. Zh. opuitn. Agron. Yu.- Vostoka. Saratov 8(1): 367-372
Craighead, F.C. 1935: Insects that attack Southern Pines. Misc. Publ. U.S. Dep. Agric, Washing-ton, D.C., 209, 132-141
Crosby, C.R.; Leonard, M.D. 1922: Insects that hunt the Rose. Amer. Rose Annual, Amer. Rose Soc, Harrisburg, Pa, 89-100
Schenk, P.J. 1926: Insects troublesome to the Gardener. Floralia. Assen 47(22): 347-348
Doane, R.W. 1928: Insects vs. Poliomyelitis: Negative Evidence. J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 21(5): 693-697
Parker, R.L. 1940: Insects which attack the Redbud. Bienn. Rep. Kans. hort. Soc 45: 239-42
Patch, E.M. 1923: Insects, Arachnids and Chilopods of the Pribilof Islands, Alaska : Homoptera. North Amer. Fauna. Washington, D.C., 46, 143-144
Candura, G.S. 1927: Insects, Seeds and Germination. Riv. Fis. Mat. Sci. nat, Naples, 2: ii, 76-84
Theobald, F.V. 1929: Insects, etc. injurious to Stock. J. S. E. Agric. Coll, Wye, Kent, 26, 113-114
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Sullivan, W.N.; Schechter, M.S.; Haller, H.L. 1943: Inseetieidal Tests with Phellodendron amurense Extractive and several of its Fractions. J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis. 36(6): 937-938
Hesse, E. 1934: Insektenfrass an Lilium martagon L.. Z. wiss. InsektBiol, Berlin 27(5-6): 85-87
Gotze, R.; Rosenberger, G. 1944: Insemination experiments with cattle and horses. Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 52: 117-121
Anonymous 1942: Insemination of Guernseys. Breed society drafts rules for admission to herd book. Fmr and Stk-Breed, 56: 1509
Andreev, E.L. 1937: Insemination of cows twice during one heat period. Probl. Zivotn, 5, 134-138
Nagornyi, E.P.; Smirnov, I.V. 1940: Insemination of cows with semen in gelatin capsules. Iskusst. Osemen. sel' khoz. Zhivotn 1: 148-151
Kufarev, A.P. 1935: Insemination of cows with undiluted sperm. Probl. Zivotn 6: 107-108
Smirnov-Ugrjumov, D.; Gordeeva, A. 1939: Insemination of ewes with the aid of gelatine and paper capsules. Socialist. Zivotn, 7, 93-96
Wesselmann, R. 1944: Insemination of horses. Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 52: 307
Saltzman, A.A. 1939: Insemination of mares after ovulation. Sovetsk. Zooteh, 4, 77-80
Kedrov, V.; K. ]. 1944: Insemination of mares after ovulation. Sovhoz. Proizvod, 3, 33-35
Nagornyl, E.P. 1940: Insemination of mares with gelatinised sperm. Trud. Lab. iskusst. Osemen. Zivotn, Mosk., 1: 137-141
Nagornyi, E.P. 1940: Insemination of mares with gelatinized semen. Iskusst. Osemen. sel' khoz. Zhivotn 1: 187-141
Lihacev, A.; N. ]. 1939: Insemination of mares with stored sperm. Konevodstvo, 5, 41-44
Zaruev, N.; Parsutin, G.; Rumjanceva, E. 1940: Insemination of mares with transported sperm. Konevodstvo, 2, 12-16
Kardymovic, M.; Marsakova, A.; Pavljucuk, V. 1934: Insemination of sheep at different times during cestrus. Probl. Zivotn, 5, 110-115
Nagornyi, E.P.; Smirnov, I.V. 1940: Insemination of sheep by the capsule method. Iskusst. Osemen. seVkhoz. Zhivotn 1: 152-155
Kafka, H. 1939: Insemination syringe for sheep. Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 47: 376-377
Heller, H. 1933: Insensible gain in weight. Klin. Wochenschr 12: 663-665
Law, J.L. 1938: Insensible loss of weight in infancy. Findings for forty-six infants under basal conditions. Amer. J. Dis. Child 55: 966-978
Ginandes, G.J.; Toppee, A. 1937: Insensible perspiration in children. 3. Statistical correlation of insensible perspiration and basal metabolism. Amer. J. Dis. Child 53: 705-719
Ginajtdes, G.J.; Topper, A. 1938: Insensible perspiration in children. 4. The influence of salt. Amer. J. Dis. Child 55: 1176-1184
Heller, H. 1932: Insensible perspiration. 3. Quantitative relationship between insensible perspiration and energy exchange. Ztschr.f. d. ges. exp. Med 83: 128-157
Heller, H. 1932: Insensible perspiration. 4. Quantitative relationship between insensible perspiration and energy exchange under special conditions. Ztschr.f. d. ges. exp. Med 83: 735-741
Heller, H. 1932: Insensible perspiration. 5. Heat regulation and mean skin temperature. Method of estimation of mean skin temperature. Ztschr.f. d. ges. exp. Med 83: 742-757
Wilson, G.E. 1933: Insensible perspiration; its relation to basal metabolism. Arch. Int. Med 52: 378-383
Hall, J.F.; Mcclure, G.S. 1936: Insensible water loss in relation to water ingestion in man. American Journal of Physiology 115(3): 670-678
Ambrus, J.; Valyi-Nagy, T. 1940: Insoluble Sensitizing Substance Produced by BCG Bacilli. Mag. orv. Arch 41: 29-53
Bokucava, M.A.; Popov, V.R. 1945: Insoluble form of tea vitamins.. Biohimija 10(3): 234-42
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Sassoer, E.R. 1916: Inspection Facilities in the District of Columbia. Jl. Econ. Entom, Concord. 9(1): 219-223
Anonymous 1930: Inspection and certification of Strawberry plants and Black Currant bushes. Journ. Min. Agric, 36: 11, 1073-1078
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Anonymous 1920: Inspection of Plant, Fruit and Seed Importations. 11th Ann. Rept. Arizona Commiss. Agric. & Hortic., Phoenix., 76-78
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