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Petrin, S. 1941: Milkers' Nodales. Med. Klinik, 351-353
Becker, F.T. 1940: Milkers' Nodules. J. Amer. med. Ass 115: 2140-2143
Panisset, M. 1932: Milking Machines and the Hygiene of Milking. Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire 108: 360-368
Dahlberg, A.C. 1941: Milking Machines-Their Operation and Effect upon Milk Production and Mastitis. Ass. Bull. internat. Ass. Milk Dlrs 33: 336-340
Zdanovski, N. 1937: Milking capacity of the coastal Pramenka sheep. Vet. Arh 7: 473-483
Maule, J.P. 1937: Milking experiments with sheep in Cyprus. Empire Jour Exp Agric 5(20): 298-306
Griffiths, M.J. 1939: Milking into an atmosphere of carbon dioxide. Qd agric. J 52: 52-59
Garrison, E.R. 1945: Milking machine sanitation. Rep. Mo. agric. Exp. Sta., (Investigations for the benefit of the Missouri farmer). 1945. 491, 32-33
Cullity, M. 1945: Milking machines. J. Dep. Agric. W. Aust 22(4): 347-348
Brodell, A.P.; Cooper, M.R. 1944: Milking machines are war tools. Agric. Situation 28(1): 15-18
Park, W.J. 1940: Milking methods-a comparison. Qd agric. J 54(5): 367-369
Combes, A. 1935: Milking milch sheep. Un. ovine 7: 8-10
Anonymous 1939: Milking shed equipment. Care necessary in keeping appliances clean. N.Z. J. Agric, 59: 207 & 209-210
Millen, T.W. 1945: Milking stock Allahabad Agricultural Institute. Allahabad Fmr 19(5): 118-123
Millen, T.W. 1944: Milking stock. Allahabad Agricultural Institute. Allahabad Fmr 18(5): 176-180
Moir, G.M. 1943: Milking-machine rubberware. N.Z. J. Agric 67(3): 153; 155-156
Lanson, H.J.; Habib, D.; Spoerri, P.E. 1945: Milkweed seed oil. Potential value in protective coatings. Indust And Engineer Chem Indust Ed 37(2): 179481
Feulgen, R.; Behrens, M. 1935: Mill for fine grinding of difficult, especially plant, material. Hoppe-Seyler's Ztschr 231: 85-87
Machioni, I. 1939: Millary Strongyle Larval Infestation in the Liver of Sheep. Nuova Vet 17: 315-322
Pape, H. 1942: Millepede Damage to Swedes. Z. PflKrankh, Jena 51: 135-139
Blunck, H. 1933: Millepede Injury to Potato Tubers. Z. PflKrankh, Stuttgart 43(1): 13-20
Fishwick, V.C. 1936: Miller's offals as a pig food. J. S. E. Agric. Coll. Wye. 38, 117-121
Lysov, V.N.; Veselov, V.A. 1938: Millet. Rukovod. Approb. seljskohoz. Kuljt 2: 51-75
Dreiman, A.I. 1945: Millet breeding. Scientific report of the Alma-Ata State Breeding Station, Ogiz, Seljhozgiz, Moscow., 69-73
Kublan, A. 1944: Millets in the production plan. Mitt. Lande 59: 387-8
Lenkeit, W.; Schleinitz, M.V.; Lagneau, E. 1940: Milling Offal ( (low grade) oat bran, oat husks, wheat and rye germ) for sheep, pigs and poultry and their effect on acid base equilibrium. Ztschr. Tiererndhrung Futtermittelk, 4: 7
Fifield, C.C.; Clark, J.A. 1936: Milling and baking experiments with hard red spring wheats, 1929-1935. Bur. Pl. Ind., U.S. Dep. Agric, Wash., 15: 28
Pal, B.P. 1938: Milling and baking qualities of two new Pusa wheats. Indian J. Agric. Sci 8: 153-60
Coleman, D.A. 1930: Milling and baking qualities of world wheats. Tech. Bull. U.S. Dept. Agric, 197: 223
Gedbes, W.F. 1944: Milling and baking research in relation to wheat breeding. 1. Objectives in the quality testing of wheat samples. Rep. Mill. Baking Mtg, 7th Hard Spring Wheat Conf., Minneapolis, Minn., February 28 and 29-March 1, 5-7
Harris, R.H. 1944: Milling and baking research in relation to wheat breeding. 2. Studies and methods used in attaining objectives. Rep. Mill. Baking Mtg, 7th Hard Spring Wheat Conf., Minneapolis, Minn., February 28 and 29-March 1, 7-8
Sullivan, B. 1944: Milling and baking research in relation to wheat breeding. 4. Quality characteristics of an ideal hard red spring wheat. Rep. Mill. Baking Mtg, 7th Hard Spring Wheat Conf., Minneapolis, Minn., February 28 and 29-March 1, 19-21
Anonymous 1941: Milling of Rimu in New Zealand. Aust. Timb. J 7: 312-3, 323
Marotta, D.; Calo, A. 1938: Milling of beans and use of bean meal in breadmaking. Rend. Ist. San. pubb 1: 409-420
Marotta, D.; Calo, A. 1938: Milling of maize and its use in breadmaking. Rend. Ist. San. pubb 1: 388-408
Goldschmidt, R.B. 1945: Mimetic polymorphism, a controversial chapter of Darwinism. Quart Rev Biol 20(2): 147-164
Joannis, J.De 1913: Mimicry among Lepidoptera. Bull. Soc. Entom. de France. 5, 137-139 p
Albert, J.; Paulino, P. 1934: Mimicry-in ascariasis. Journal of the Philippine Islands Medical Association 14(12): 463-469
Kuyper, J.; Jochems, S.C.J. 1929: Mimosa invisa, its role in Deli Tobacco cultivation and its biology. Meded. Deli Proefstat. te Medan-Sumatra. 63: 140
Tehon, L.R. 1943: Mimosa wilt is major tree disease problem. Amer. Nurserym 77(7): 18-9
Hepting, G.H.; Toole, E.R. 1942: Mimosa wilt-a major problem. Proc 5th Sth. Shade Tree Conf, 254-8
Moesz, G.V. 1941: Mine and cave fungi in Hungary.. Bot. Kozl 38(1-2): 4-11
Brown, M. M. 1937: Mine timber preservation.-Mine fungi. S. Afr. J. Sci 33: 383-389
Hering, M. 1925: Minenstudien VI. Zs. Morphol. Oekol. Tiere, Berlin, July 17 4(3): 502-539
Hering, M. 1926: Minenstudien vii. Zs. Morphol. Oekol. Tiere, Berlin, March 5th 5(3): 447-488
Pelisek, J. 1942: Minera-logical analysis and value of the Saar mountain (N.W. Moravia) soil on serpentine. Sborn. Csl. Akad. Zemed 17: 49-53
Salgues, R. 1938: Mineral Content of Feathers of Ducks with Osteomalacia. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris., 129: 751-753
Bisschop, J.H.R. 1934: Mineral Deficiency Diseases of Livestock in South Africa. S. Afr. med. J 8: 511-514
Hungerford, T.G. 1937: Mineral Deficiency and Bone Chewing in Dairy Cattle. Supply Licks and Improve the Pastures. Agric. Gaz. N. S. W 48: 585-587; 590
Duthie, D.W. 1939: Mineral Deficiency and Cattle Raising in British Guiana. Agric. J. Brit, Guiana, 10: 04
Vladesco, R. 1932: Mineral Deficiency in Lactating Cows. Le Lait 12: 775-778
Henry, M.; Benjamin, M.S. 1933: Mineral Deficiency in the Southern Coastal Belt of New South Wales. A Preliminary Survey. Agric. Gaz, New South Wales., 44: 11-18, 119-123 and 231-237
D.T.it, P.J.; Malan, A.I. 1936: Mineral Licks for Stock. I. Influence of Phosphorus-Deficiency on Pasture and Cattle. FmgS. Afr 11: 177-180; 195
Bang, O.; Dahm, C.R. 1934: Mineral Metabolism Experiments on Horses and Cows.. Skand. Arch. Physiol 69: 1-32
Anon. 1936: Mineral Metabolism and the Suprarenal Gland. Lancet 230: 1304
Malan, A.I. 1934: Mineral Metabolism in Relationship to Production in Livestock. S. Afr. med. J 8: 514-517
Sheehy, E.J.; Senior, B.J. 1936: Mineral Metabolism in the Calf and the Addition of Inorganic Minerals to the Calfs Diet. J. Dep. Agric. Irish Free St 34: 1-32
Timokhina, N.I. 1937: Mineral Oil Emulsions emulsified with amorphous Arsenates and Arsenites.. Summary of the Scientific Research Work of the Institute of Plant Protection for the Year Part II. Pests and Diseases of industrial and Fruit Crops, Leningrad, Lenin Acad. agric. Sci., 419-421
Murray, D.R.P. 1936: Mineral Oils as Mosquito Larvicides. Bull. ent. Res, London, 27: pt. 2, 289-305
Fischer, W. 1935: Mineral Oils in Plant Protection, I. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst. Berlin 15(11): 102-104
Tscherniak, A. 1935: Mineral acid silage as poultry feed. Tierwell 45: 1021-1024
Griggs, M.A.; Johnstin, R.; Elledge, B.E. 1941: Mineral analysis of biological materials. Use of the Lundegardh spectrographic method. Indust. Eng. Chem. Anal. Ed 13: 99-101
Henrici, M. 1930: Mineral and feeding stuff analyses of grasses of the Eastern Transvaal highveld. 16th Rept. Director Vet. Services and Animal Industry, South Africa. 421-433
Wacker, L.; Fahrig, C. 1932: Mineral and lipoid components of blood serum in primary hypertension compared with physiological conditions. Klin. Wochenschr 11: 762-766
Menon, A.S. 1939: Mineral and nitrogen content of some south Indian pasture grasses. Current Science 8: 230-231
Schmidt, W. 1932: Mineral and nitrogen metabolism of the domestic hen on different diets. Wissenschaftliches Archiv für Landwirtschaft, Abteilung B: Archiv für Tierernährung und Tierzucht 7: 436-464
Watson, S.J. 1944: Mineral and trace element metabolism in animals and its relation to deficiency diseases. Chem and Indust London 15: 138-141
Kennard, D.C.; Bethke, B.M. 1936: Mineral and vegetable protein supplements for chickens. Bi-m. Bull. Ohio Agric. Exp. Stat 21: 49-54
Scheunert, A. 1931: Mineral and vitamin requirements of dairy cows. Mitteil. d. Deutsch. Landwirtsch.-Gesellsch, 19, 392-393
Richter, C.P.; Eckert, J.F. 1939: Mineral appetite of parathyroidectomized rats. American Journal of the Medical Sciences 198(1): 9-16
Iyer, A.V.; Ayyar, N.K. 1934: Mineral assimilation from two typical fodders. Indian Jour Vet Sci and Animal Husbandry 4(2): 108-113
Joos, G.; Mecke, W. 1934: Mineral balance in calcium chloride acidosis. Arch. f. exp. Pathol. M. Pharmakol 174: 676-686
Joos, G.; Mecke, W. 1934: Mineral balance in sodium bicarbonate alkalosis. Arch, f. exp. Pathol. u. Pharmakol 174: 687-694
Urbeano, A. 1933: Mineral balance of normal blood serum in man. C.R. Soc. Biol 114: 467-469
Emerique, L. 1933: Mineral balance of the diet and its effect on chemical composition of the rat. Ann. Physiol. et Physico-chim. biol 9: 765-769
Common, R.H. 1932: Mineral balance studies on poultry. J. Agric. Sci 22: 576-594
Decoux, L.; Vanderwaeren, J.; Simon, M. 1940: Mineral bases and sugar beet. Inst. Belge Amelior. Better. Pub 8: 271-275
Bialaszewicz, K. 1933: Mineral composition of circulating fluids in marine animals. Arch, internat. de Physiol 36: 41-53
Garrett, 0. F.; Overman, O.R. 1940: Mineral composition of colostral milk. Jour Dairy Sci 23(1): 13-17
Cleveland, M.M.; Fellers, C.R. 1932: Mineral composition of dates. Indust. Eng. Chem., Analytical Ed 4: 267-268
Beauchamp, C.E. 1940: Mineral composition of entire sugar cane leaves and their alcohol extract as indicators of soil fertility. Proc. Ann. Conf. Cuban Sug. Tech. Assoc 14: 57-67
Sjollema, B. 1932: Mineral composition of grass samples. Biedermanns Zentralbl., B. Tierernahrung 3: 507-519
Bialaszcwicz, K.; Kupfer, C.H. 1935: Mineral composition of muscles of marine animals.. Ada Biol. exp 9: 228-235
Chaminade, R. 1942: Mineral composition of potato tubers. Ann. agronom 12: 45-58
Weight, L.E.; Woodward, J.C.; Robinson, C.H. 1939: Mineral composition of soils and forage crops in Eastern Canada. 1. Timothy hay and straw. Sci. Agric 19: 673-86
Wright, L.E.; Woodward, J.C.; Robinson, C.H. 1939: Mineral composition of soils and forage crops in Eastern Canada. L Timothy hay and oat straw. Sci. Agric 19: 673-686
Beauchamp, C.E.; Alvarino, J.E. 1940: Mineral composition of sugar cane varieties and possible relationship with their mineral nutrition. Proc. Ann. Conf. Cuban Sug. Tech. Assoc 14: 45-55
Swanson, W.W.; Iob, L.V. 1937: Mineral composition of the bone and cartilage of the human fetus. Amer. J. Dis. Child 54: 1025-1029
Aiyer, A.R.Padmanabha Kayasth, R.N. 1931: Mineral composition of the fodders of Central Provinces and Berar and its bearing on animal nutrition. Agric. Live-stock Ind 1: 526-32
Bernard, A. 1933: Mineral composition of the haemolymph of the crayfish. C. R. Soc. Biol. 112: 880-882
Bialaszewicz, K.; Kupfer, C. 1936: Mineral composition of the muscles of marine animate. Arch. internat. Physiol 42: 398-404
Morgulis, S.; Osher Off, W. 1938: Mineral composition of the muscles of rabbits on a diet producing muscle dystrophy. Journal of Biological Chemistry 124(3): 767-773
Terenteva, K.F. 1932: Mineral composition of the skeletons of some recent Echinodermata. Trav. Lab. biogeochim. acad. sci. U.R.S.S 2: 45-62
Rigueiro-Rodrcguez, A.M.squera-Losada, M.; Lcdpez-Dcaz, M. 2007: Mineral concentrations in herbage and soil in a Pinus radiata silvopastoral system in north-west Spain after sewage sludge and lime application. Grass and forage science 62(2): 208-224
Straub, J.; Donck, C.M. 1934: Mineral constituents and the freezing point of white and yolk of hens' eggs. Chem. Weekblad. 81: 461-465
Quagliariello, G. 1939: Mineral constituents and vitamins of wheat. Quad. Nutrizione. 6: 276-289
Katzenelbogen, S.; Snydkb, R. 1943: Mineral constituents in bloodserum and cells of schizophrenic patients. Distribution of sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, inorganic phosphorus and chloride. Arch. Neural. Psychiat 50: 162-164
Hermano, A.J.; Claravall, S. 1935: Mineral constituents in fresh and canned milk. Philippine Jour Sci 57(3): 323-328
Parbery, N.H. 1935: Mineral constituents in relation to chlorosis of orange leaves. Soil Sci 39(1): 35-45
Sarudi, I. 1937: Mineral constituents of Hungarian paprika for seasoning. Ztschr. Untersuch. Lebens. mittel 74: 292-296
Schuette, H.A.; Huenink, D.J. 1937: Mineral constituents of honey. 2. Phosphorus, calcium, magnesium. Food Res 2: 529-538
Schuette, H.A.; Triller, R.E. 1938: Mineral constituents of honey. 3. Sulphur and chlorine. Food Res 3: 543-547
Salit, P.W. 1943: Mineral constituents of sclerosed human lenses. Arch Ophthalmol 30(2): 255-258
Radsma, W.; Soekendar. 1941: Mineral constituents of the blood in different population groups in Batavia with special reference to nutritional oedema in the district of Moga. Geneeskundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch-Indie 81: 1701-1716
Hood, S.L.; Parks, R.Q.; Hurwitz, C. 1944: Mineral contamination resulting from grinding plant samples. Indust And Engineer Chem Analyt Ed 16(3): 202-205
Wassmann, F. 1936: Mineral content of German feeding stuffs and the effect of manuring and place of origin. (Results for the straw of various cereals and of sweet lupins.). Landw. VerSta 126: 227-95
Wassmann, F. 1936: Mineral content of German feeding stuffs and the effect of manuring and place of origin. Cereal straws and sweet lupin straw. Landwirtsch. Versuchs-Stat 126: 227-295
Wolff, H. 1936: Mineral content of German feeding stuffs and the effect on it of manuring and place of origin. Results for white clover, Swedish clover, red clover, kidney vetch, yellow clover, senadella and sainfoin. Landwirtsch. Versuchs-Stat 124: 153-240
Theel, E. 1934: Mineral content of German feeding stuffs. Results for meadow hay. Landwirtsch. Versuchs-Stat 118: 71-119
Werner, A. 1934: Mineral content of German feedingstnffs and the effect of manuring and place of origin. Results on lupins, maize, sugar and fodder beet leaves and marrowstem kale. Landwirtsch. Versuchs-Stat 121: 223-280
Pflugmacher, B. 1933: Mineral content of German feedstuffs and the effect on it of species and place of origin. Analytical methods and results for barley and oats. Wissenschaftliches Archiv für Landwirtschaft, Abteilung B: Archiv für Tierernährung und Tierzucht 9: 381-425
Schrader, D. 1933: Mineral content of German feedstuffs, and the effect on it of species and place of origin. (Results on potatoes, beetroot, rape and turnip). Wissenschaftliches Archiv für Landwirtschaft, Abteilung B: Archiv für Tierernährung und Tierzucht 9: 524-574
Ellis, J.H.; Caldwell, O.G. 1936: Mineral content of Manitoba hays. Sci. Agric 16: 521-537
Kapp, H.; Schetty, A. 1937: Mineral content of blood and bone in experimental guineapig scurvy. Biochem. Ztschr 290: 58-61
Kotikoff, J.A. 1933: Mineral content of blood of children in the first year of life. Jahrb. f. Kinderheilk 138: 280-318
Crasemann, E. 1937: Mineral content of bulky fodder. Importance in the feeding of stock with special reference to Swiss conditions. Rapport special X VIIcme Cangres Internat. Agric, Sect. 6: 1-9
Horner, G. 1935: Mineral content of canned vegetables. Ann. Rept. Fruit Veg. Pres. Res. Stat. Campden. 6. 30-33
Schrumpf-Pierron, P. 1932: Mineral content of diet of fellah. Bull. Inst. d'Egypte. 14: 153-176
Follett-Smith, R.R. 1934: Mineral content of fodder crops. Div. Rep. Dept. Agric. Brit. Guiana, 97-98
Heischkel, E. 1934: Mineral content of ligaments. Biochem. Ztschr 272: 235-245
Herzig, J.; Zak, J. 1935: Mineral content of lucerne at different stages of growth.. Sborn. csl. Akad. Zemed, 10: 190
Reinemer, P. 1933: Mineral content of lymphatic glands. Biochem. Ztschr 257: 442-449
Schrumpf-Pierron, P. 1932: Mineral content of maize. C.R. Soc. Biol. 109: 699-701
Kaplanski, S.; Boldirewa, N. 1933: Mineral content of muscle of fresh water fish with increased concentration of mineral salts in the water. Biochem. Ztschr 265: 422-425
Anonymous 1944: Mineral content of pastures. N.Z. Dept. Sci. Indust. Res. Ann. Rept, 18: 19
Rigg, T. 1939: Mineral content of pastures. Cobalt investigations at the Cawthron Institute, period 1938-39. N.Z. Dept. Sci. Indust. Res. Ann. Rept 13: 60-63
B.C.Aston, R.E.R.Grimmett, F.J.A.Brogan, P.H.Sykes 1931: Mineral content of pastures. The Wairarapa District. N.Z, J. Sci. Tech 12: 304-320
Jung, A.; Fawns, H.T. 1933: Mineral content of the skin of rats in vitamin Bl deficiency. Synthesis of vitamin B by moulds. Schweiz. med. Wochenschr, 19: 459
Holmes, A.D.; Pigott, M.G.; Moore, W.B. 1933: Mineral content of tibiae from chicks with slipped tendon. Poultry Sci 12: 356-361
Chang, Chang Ying 1939: Mineral contents of Chinese foods. Chinese Jour Physiol 14(2): 133-145
Moore, R.H. 1945: Mineral deficiencies in Derris Elliptica. P.R. Agric. Expt. Sta. Bull, 43: 26
Hill, H. 1938: Mineral deficiencies in Quebec orchards. Ann Rept Pomol And Fruit Growing Soc Prov Quebec 45: 40-44
Roach, W.A. 1945: Mineral deficiencies in agricultural and horticultural crops. Rep. E. Malling Res. Sta., 1945. 43-60
Bain, F.M. 1941: Mineral deficiencies in citrus. Proc. agric. Soc. Trin. Tob, 41; 657-9; 661; 663; 665; 667; 669; 671; 673; 675
Brierley, W.B. 1945: Mineral deficiencies in plants and their diagnosis. Agric. Prog 20: 88-97
Wallace, T. 1943: Mineral deficiencies in vegetable and fruit crops and visual methods of diagnosis. Occas Publ Sci Hort 4: 38-40
Roach, W.A. 1945: Mineral deficienciesast in agricultural and horticultural crops. A.R. East Malling Res. Stat. for, 1945. A28: 43-60
Schecker, H. 1943: Mineral deficiency disease in horses. Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift (45-46): 397-398
Wester, J. 1932: Mineral deficiency diseases in domestic animals. Arch. f. wiss. u. prakt. Tierheilk 65: 490-521
Dryerre, H. 1936: Mineral deficiency diseases in farm animals. Vet. J 92: 163-169
Riceman, D.S. 1945: Mineral deficiency in plants on the soils of the ninety-mile desert in South Australia. 1. Preliminary investigations on the Laffer sand, near Keith. J. Counc. Sci. Indust. Res. Austral. 18: 336-348
Maume, L.; Monteil, L. 1938: Mineral deficiency of fodder in Bourbonnais Gombraille. C.R. Acad. Agric 24: 45-52
Maume, L.; Monteil, L. 1938: Mineral deficiency of the forage in the Bourbon Combraille. C. R. Acad. Agric. Fr 24: 45-52
Hampp, E. 1940: Mineral distribution in the developing tooth. Anat Rec 77(3): 273-288
Anonymous 1936: Mineral elements in nutrition. Amer. Pub. Health Assoc. Year Book. 37. 63-71
Bassett, S.H.; Killip, T.; Mccann, W.S. 1931: Mineral exchanges in man. 3. Mineral metabolism during treatment of a case of polycythaemia vera. J. Clin. Invest 10: 771-785. 2 figs
Bassett, S.H. 1935: Mineral exchanges of man. 5. Balances of electrolytes in a case of hyperparathyroidism. J. Nutrition. 9: 323-343
Bassett, S.H.; Van Alstine, H.E. 1935: Mineral exchanges of man. 6. The effect of extirpation of a parathyroid tumour on the balances of electrolytes. J. Nutrition. 9: 345-362
Bentz, W. 1937: Mineral excretion in health and disease with special reference to calcium. Deutsch. Arch. klin. Med 181: 1-17
Braconnier-Fayemendy, M. 1933: Mineral excretion in the leech. C.R. Soc. Biol 114: 705-706
Simpson, B.W. 1931: Mineral feeding experiments. Iodine, lime and salt-lick questions. N.Z.J. Agric 43: 18-23. 2 figs
Levitan, D.G. 1944: Mineral feeding of rekord-breaking cows. Traps. Moscow Agric. Acad, 31, 109-119
Haag, J.R. 1933: Mineral feeds. Oregon Agric Exp Sta Bull 309: 1-12
Kurchatov, P.A.; Olendsky, V.I. 1939: Mineral fertilizers and their effect on the chemical composition and quality of tobacco.. Trudy Belorussk. S.-Kh. Inst 10(32): 67-91
Volkov, I.A. 1939: Mineral fertilizers as a method of control for lodging of cereals.. Khim. Sotsial. Zemled, 4, 31-39
Miroljubov, K.S. 1938: Mineral fertilizers as means for increasing resistance of plants to drought. Sovet. Bot, 4-5, 89-110
Weinhardt, N.G. 1940: Mineral fertilizers for cultivated mushroom.. Vegetable Growing. Moscow, 1, 43-4
Sprague, H.B. 1937: Mineral fertilizers for pasture improvement. Better Crops with Plant Food 21(4): 6-8; 36-39
Iob, V.; Swanson, W.W. 1938: Mineral growth. Growth 2(3): 253-256
Iob, V.; Swanson, W.W. 1934: Mineral growth of the human fetus. American Journal of Diseases of Children 47(2): 302-306
D.T.it, P.J.; Malan, A.I. 1936: Mineral licks for stock. 2. Methods of feeding phosphorus to stock. Farming in S. Africa. 11: 225-227; 235
Borchhardt, A.I. 1927: Mineral malachite as an antismut fungicide. Protection of Plants in Ukraine., 3-4, 56-72
Schmalfuss, K. 1940: Mineral manuring and carbon economy of the soil.. Bodenk. PflErnahr 17: 28-32
Schulz, K.G. 1933: Mineral matter, a constituent of rations containing (distillery) spent wash. Ztschr. f. Spiritusind 56: 141-142
Lintzel, W. 1931: Mineral metabolism. Der Mineralstoffwechsel, Berlin, J. Springer 3: 210-352. 2 figs
Shohl, A.T. 1939: Mineral metabolism. American Chem Society Monogr Ser 82
Sendroy, J., J. 1945: Mineral metabolism. Annu. Rev. Biochem 14: 407-430
Engel, R.; Mcquarrie, I.; Ziegler, M. 1933: Mineral metabolism after administration of posterior pituitary substance. Arch. f. exp. Pathol. u. Pharmakol 173: 248-259
Ulrich, A. 1941: Mineral metabolism and halovis, the mineral tonic. Schweiz. med. Wochenschr 71: 1020-1024
Kletzien, S.W.; Buchwald, K.W.; Hudson, L. 1933: Mineral metabolism copper and iron. Proceedings Society Exp Biol and Med 30(5): 645-647
Baumann, E.J.; Kurland, S.; Metzger, N. 1931: Mineral metabolism during involution of simple goitre. Journal of Biological Chemistry 94: 383-391
Aoki, T. 1933: Mineral metabolism in Bursitis calcarea. Tohoku J. Exp. Med 21: 556-591
Reuss, L.; Roller, D. 1940: Mineral metabolism in Von Recklinghausen's disease, osteitis fibrosa cystica generalisata, before and after operation for parathyroid tumour and its relation to the clinical condition. Wien. klin. Wochenschr 53: 889-894; 912-918
Kaunitz, H. 1937: Mineral metabolism in a case of Addison's disease. Wien. Arch. inn. Med 30: 57-64
Popoviciu, G. 1934: Mineral metabolism in early tuberculosis in infants. Rev. franc, de Pediat 10: 624-629
Rominger, E.; Meyer, H. 1933: Mineral metabolism in infants. Münchener Medizinische Wochenschrift 80: 879-880
Mittermaier, R. 1933: Mineral metabolism in inflammatory conditions of the ear, nose and throat. 1. Content of fluids and total mineral content. Arch. f. Ohren-, Nasen- und Kehlkopfheilk 134: 147-159
Glatzel, H. 1932: Mineral metabolism in kidney disease. 1. Capacity to excrete sodium and potassium. Ztschr. f. d. ges. exp. Med 84: 635-658
Stearns, Genevieve Oelke, Martha Jones Boyd, Julian, D. 1931: Mineral metabolism in late rickets. Amer. J. Dis. Child 42: 88-101. 2 figs
Swanson, W.W.; Iob, V. 1935: Mineral metabolism in osteogenesis imperfecta. A summary with report of a case. Amer. J. Dis. Child 49: 958-963
Ranganathan, S. 1932: Mineral metabolism in rabbits fed on a cabbage diet. Indian Journal of Medical Research 20(2): 651-662
Glatzel, H. 1933: Mineral metabolism in renal disease. 2. Excretion of minerals in the urine on K and Na rich diet. Ztschr. f. d. ges. exp. Med 86: 103-129
Glatzel, H. 1933: Mineral metabolism in renal disease. 3. Regulative excretion of minerals by the kidney on acid and basic diet. Ztschr. f. d. ges. exp. Med 88: 454-477
Glatzel, H.; Mecke, W. 1933: Mineral metabolism in renal disease. 4. Mineral excretion in normal subjects during prolonged administration of equivalent amounts of KCl and NaCl. Ztschr. f. d. ges. exp. Med 91: 504-522
Glatzel, H.; Mecke, W. 1933: Mineral metabolism in renal disease. 5. Mineral excretion in renal disease during prolonged administration of equivalent amounts of KCl and NaCl. Ztschr. f. d. ges. exp. Med 91: 523-538
Sluiter, E. 1933: Mineral metabolism in the animal organism. 3. Manganese. Nederland. Tijdschr. v. Geneesk, 77: 1553
Bialaszewicz, K.; Glogwska, H. 1938: Mineral metabolism in the development of the chick embryo and the functions of the allantois. Acta. Biol. exp 12: 50-56
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