Section 14

EurekaMag PDF full texts Chapter 13,457


Meyer, R. 1924: Outbreaks of C. equestris. Nachrichtenblatt deutsch. Pflanzenschutzdienst. Berlin, May 1st 4(5): 31-32
Weidner, H. 1935: Outbreaks of C. notata in Dwelling-houses. Anz. Schadlingsk, Berlin. 11(8): 89-91
Ogonuki, H.; Ide, M. 1942: Outbreaks of Food Poisoning in Japan. Proc 6th Pacific Sci. Congr., 1942. 5: 423-427
Mohlmann, H. 1939: Uber die Ausbruche von Maul- und Klauenseuche in den ersten 14 Tagen nach der aktiven Immunisierung mit Vakzine nach Waldmann und Kobe - Outbreaks of foot-and-mouth disease in the first 14 days after active immunization with vaccine according to Waldmann and Kobe. Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift (55): 565-570
Cuscianna, N. 1932: Outbreaks of Grasshoppers in Venetia. Nuovi Ann. Agric, Rome 12: 303-343
Chen, Kia-Ziang 1936: Outbreaks of Locusts recorded in Chinese Literatures. Yearb. Bur. Ent. Hangchow. Hangchow 5: 188-241
Clemesha, W.W. 1929: Outbreaks of Malaria occurring in the Offseason.. Trans 7th Cong. Far East. Ass. Trop. Med., Calcutta 2: 655-660
Willoughby, W.M. 1917: Outbreaks of Plague on S.S. Sardinia and Matiana, 1917. Lancet. London 4919, 867-869
Anonymous 2007: Outbreaks of Rift Valley fever in Kenya, Somalia and United Republic of Tanzania, December 2006-April 2007. Releve Epidemiologique Hebdomadaire 82(20): 169-178
King, W.V.; Lenert, L.G. 1936: Outbreaks of Stomoxys cakitrans L. ( Dog Flies ) along Florida's Northwest Coast. Florida Ent 19: 88-89
King, W.V.; Lenert, L.G. 1936: Outbreaks of Stomoxys calccitrans L. ( Dog Flies ) along Florida's Northwest Coast. Florida Ent, Gainesville, Fla 33-39
Caulfield, W.J.; Martin, W.H. 1945: Outbreaks of disease in the United States during 1943, transmitted by water, milk and milk products, and other foods. Publ. Hlth Rep, Wash. 60(18): 491-492
Finlayson, M.H. 1943: Outbreaks of dysentery at military hospital in South Africa. S. Afr. med. J 17(11): 173-175
D.Plessis, C. 1936: Outbreaks of the Brown and Red Locusts in the Union during the 1934-35 Season. Fmg in S. Afr, Pretoria, 10-14
Tucker, E.S. 1917: Outbreaks of the Elegant Looper (Philtraea elegan-taria, Hy. Edw.) on Privet in Louisiana (Lep.). Entomological News 28(9): 394-396
Hashimoto, K.; Hisasue, S-Ichi.; Kato, R.; Kobayashi, K.; Shimizu, T.; Tsukamoto, T. 2006: Outcome analysis for conservative management of Peyronie's disease. International Journal of Urology: Official Journal of the Japanese Urological Association 13(3): 244-247
Anderson, S.F. 1917: Outdoor Culture of the Grape-vine in New Zealand. Jl. Agric, Wellington, N.Z., April 20th 14(4): 278-292
Eide, P.M. 1945: Outdoor Rearing of Anopheles quadrimaculatus Say. Mosq. News. New Brunswick, N.J. 5(3): 82-85
Del Campo, J.é A.; García-González, M.; Guerrero, M.G. 2007: Outdoor cultivation of microalgae for carotenoid production: current state and perspectives. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 74(6): 1163-1174
Polistina, K.I.M. 2007: Outdoor leisure and the sustainability agenda: critical pedagogy on neo-liberalism and the employment obsession in higher education. Tourism Recreation Research 32(2): 57-66
Leutritz, J. 1943: Outdoor tests of wood preservatives. Bell Lab. Rec. (Overseas Ed.). 22: 179-82
Hughes, H.M. 1945: Outdoor tomato trials, 1944. 32nd Rep. E. Malling Res. Sta., 1945. 38-43
Corbett, W.; Hughes, H.M. 1944: Outdoor tomato variety trial, 1943. A.R. East Malling Res. Stat. for 1944. A27: 44-6
Hargrave, J.; Morris, J.W.; Mckenzie, W.F. 1945: Outdoor tomato variety trials. Kirton Agric Jour 10: 41-44
Beckley, E. 1944: Outdoor tomato-growing in East Cornwall. Agriculture 51: 75-8
Anonymous 1943: Outdoor tomatoes at Wisley. Jour Roy Hort Soc 68: 88-89
M.; D. 1942: Outdoor tomatoes. 1941 results in Devon. Fruitgrower 93: 42
Emden, J.H. 1940: Outlay of some experiments for the local testing of a number of tea clones. Arch. Theecult. Ned.-Ind 14: 91-115
Aries, R.S. 1945: Outlets for waste wood. Timber of Canada 6(2): 51, 55-6, 61-3
Hadley, C.H. 1922: Outline and Progress of Work being conducted against the Japanese Beetle, Popillia japonica, Newm. Jl. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N. Y. 15(1): 62-66
Hall, M.C. 1934: Outline for a Campaign against the Common Sheep Liver Fluke and the Large American Cattle Fluke in the United States. N. Amer. Vet 15(6): 48-55
Pettit, M. 1916: Outline of Apiary Inspection in Ontario. Jl. Econ. Entom, Concord. 9(1):
Hewitt, C.G. 1916: Outline of Entomological Work projected for 1916. Agrie. Gaz, Canada Ottawa 3(5): 400-402
Zotzenko, L.N. 1937: Outline of Plans for controlling the Codling Moth.. 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., 387-389
Kelly, E.G. 1920: Outline of Project Work in Extension Entomology. Jl. Econ, Entom, Concord, N.H. 13(1): 137-140
Seelemann. 1935: Outline of Voluntary System for the Controlling of Bovine Tuberculosis, Contagious Abortion and Mastitis in Germany. Tierarstl. Rdsch 41: 785-791
Symes, C.B. 1935: Outline of Work on G. palpalis in Kenya. E. Afr. med. J, Nairobi 12(9): 263-281
Catchpole, A.M. 1932: Outline of a Few Diseases which occur in Silver Foxes bred in the British Isles. Vet. J 88: 547-549
Prat, H. 1935: Outline of a floristic comparison of eastern Canada and northern Europe. C. R. Soc. Biogeogr 12: 29-33
Gothlin, G.F. 1933: Outline of a method for the determination of the strength of the skin capillaries and the indirect estimation of the individual vitamin C standard. J. Lab. and Clin. Med 18: 484-490
Korinek, J. 1942: Outline of a new biological method to determine productivity of the soil. Sborn, ces. Akad. Zemed. (Ann. Czech. Acad. Agric.), 17: 247-53
Eheart, J.F.; Holdaway, C.W.; Pratt, A.D. 1945: Outline of a new technique for digestion trial procedure. Jour Dairy Sci 28(11): 839-841
Willaume, F. 1925: Outline of a plan to enable a rational selection of commercial insecticides and fungicides to be made. Rev. Path. Veg. et Ent. Agric 12(3): 207-224
Bioletti, F.T. 1938: Outline of ampelography for the vinifera grapes in California. Hilgardia 11(6): 227-293
Jaczewski, A.A. 1924: Outline of classification of phytopathological phenomena according to the character of the changes brought about in plant tissues. Trans, Fourth All-Russian Entomo-Phytopath. Congress in Moscow, 8th to 14th Dec., 1924. 85-92
Cooper, G.W. 1932: Outline of culture character studies of an undescribed species of Cryptococcus. Amer. Journ. Trop. Med 12(1): 97-100
Lipinski, J. 2006: Outline of historical development and production-and-environmental significance of land reclamation in light of research. Acta Scientiarum Polonorum Formatio Circumiectus 5(1): 3-15
Rothers, B.V. 1928: Outline of plant diseases in the district of Sotchi. La Defense des Plantes. Leningrad 4(6): 962-967
Dodds, H.H. 1936: Outline of scientific progress in the S.A. Sugar Industry. Early history of cane in South Africa. S. Afr. Sug. J 20: 33-45
Bogdanov-Katkov, N.N. 1919: Outline of the Origin, Organisation and Function of the Sub-Section for the Control of Plant Pests during the first Nine Months of its Existence. Plans for 1919. Bull. Sub-Section Control Plant Pests attached to the Petrograd Committee of Rural Economy, Petrograd, 1: vii-lv
Yashiro, H. 1936: Outline of the Work of establishing Opius fletcheri Silv. in Ishigaki Island, Loochoo.. Nojikairyo-shiryo, Tokyo, 109, 149-152
Magnitskii, V.I. 1927: Outline of the anti-malarial Campaigns of 1922-1925 in Western Bokhara.. C.R. Acad. Sci. U.R.S.S., Leningrad, A: 11, 169-174
Martin, G.W. 1941: Outline of the fungi. Univ. Ia Stud. nat. Hist, xviii (Suppl): 64
Ochoterena. 1943: Outline of the geographic distribution of plants in Mexico. Chron. bot 7: 311-5
Schwalb, H. 1942: Outline of the present position of virus research. (Review of Literature). Zuchter 14: 167-75
Zohary, M. 1945: Outline of the vegetation in Wadi Araba. Jour Ecol 32(2): 204-213
Varuntsjan, I. 1937: Outlines and prospects of breeding work with American cotton in Transcaucasia. Sovetskii Khlopok (Soviet Cotton), 1, 55-62
Mal'tsev, A.M.; Kanas, S.S.; Avtonomov, A.I.; Nagibin, S.D. 1937: Outlines and prospects of cotton breeding in Central Asia. Sovetskii Khlopok (Soviet Cotton), 1, 47-54
Kirwald, E. 1941: Outlines of Sudeten-German forest history.. Forstwiss. Cbl 63: 121-39, 156-60, 179-85
Braun-Blanquet, J.; Leeuw, W.C.D. 1936: Outlines of the vegetation of Ameland. Ned. kruidk. Arch 46: 359-93
Abak, K. 2007: Outlook on vegetable production in Turkey. Acta Horticulturae 729: 25-31
Bridge, A.; Watte, A.M. 1944: Output of labour on milk producing farms. Fm Eoon, 4: 11 12, 120-123
Anonymous 1938: Output of wool from milk (casein) in Italy and its developments. Silk and Rayon 12: 1032-1033
Lamminmaki, D. 2007: Outsourcing in Australian hotels: a transaction cost economics perspective. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Research 31(1): 73-110
Anonymous 1926: Outstanding Entomological Features in the United States for November and December, 1925, and January, 1926. Insect Pest Survey Bull, March 1st 6(1): 1-24
Bondarenko, D.S.; Poljakov, A.N. 1937: Outstanding champions of the Brown Swiss breed, Lenta and Dora. Probl. Zivotn, 3, 108-113
Blattny, C. 1928: Outstanding diseases of the woody organs and young shoots of Hops. Ochrana Rostlin 8(5): 6, 117-128; 137-150
Schafer. 1942: Outstanding performance tendencies in the cattle stocks of the Breeding Association for Spotted Cattle in Lower Bavaria, North Passau Division. Dtsch. landw. Tierz 46: 338-339
Cowell, S.J. 1937: Outstanding problems in human nutrition. J. State Med 45: 440-448
Gonzalez, L.G. 1934: Outstanding results of agronomic and horticultural research. Philipp. Agric 23: 380-99
Haber, E.S. 1939: Outstanding sweet corn and tomato varieties at Ames in 1939. Trans. Iowa Hort. Soc 74: 93-98
Chaturvedi, M.D. 1944: Outturn of Sal. With note by the Statistical Assistant Silviculturist, Dehra Dun. Indian For 70: 11-4
Merlino, A. 1933: Ovarian Cycle of the Bitch. Riv. ital. ginec 15: 407-412
Benazzi, M. 1933: Ovarian Function in Pregnancy. Arch. sci. biol 18: 409-419
Podleschka, K.; Dworzak, H. 1933: Ovarian Grafts in the Anterior Chamber of Rabbit. Zbl Gynak 57: 2114-2122
Spirito, F. 1933: Ovarian Grafts in the Eye and the Biological Reaction of Pregnancy. Bollettino della Societa Italiana di Biologia Sperimentale 8: 597-599
Lipschutz, A.; Mena, J.; Vinals, E. 1934: Ovarian Intervention and the Law of Puberty. C.R. Soc. Biol. 116: 1365-1367
Dybing, O. 1935: Ovarian Neoplasms in Domestic Animals. Norsk Veterinaertidsskrift 47(181): 246-263
Krediet, G. 1933: Ovarian Tissue in Bisexual Pigs. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk 60: 865-876; 931-941; 990-998
Krediet, G. 1931: Ovarian Tumour in a Mare showing some Male Characters. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk 58: 961-974
Putranto, H.D.; Kusuda, S.; Inagaki, K.; Kumagai, G.; Ishii-Tamura, R.; Uziie, Y.; Doi, O. 2007: Ovarian activity and pregnancy in the Siberian tiger, Panthera tigris altaica, assessed by fecal gonadal steroid hormones analyses. Journal of Veterinary Medical Science 69(5): 569-571
Ruis, F. 1933: Ovarian and Testicular Grafts in the Pig. Prag. Arch. Tiermed 13: 37-41
Cardin, A. 1938: Ovarian contractility. Bollettino della Societa Italiana di Biologia Sperimentale 13: 234-237
Clauberg, C.; Breipohl, W. 1934: Ovarian control of pituitary. Arch. Gynak 158: 567-581
Bloch, J.; Bergel, A. 1933: Ovarian cycle and carbohydrate metabolism. Wien. Arch. f. inn. Med 24: 29-51
Starkey, W.F.; Leathern, J.H. 1943: Ovarian cysts in immature female cats following pregnant mare serum hormone administration. Anat Rec 86(3): 401-406
Casida, L.E.; Chapman, A.B.; Rupel, I.W. 1935: Ovarian development in calves. Jour Agric Res 50(12): 953-960
Pierre, M. 1943: Ovarian endocrinology. Rev.Med.vet, Lyon et Toulouse 94: 241-267
Jeffers, K.R. 1944: Ovarian follicles in normally cyclic and persistentestrus rats. Endocrinology 35: 205
Allen Edgar Diddle, A.W. 1935: Ovarian follicular hormone effects on the ovaries. Amer. J. Obstet. Gyncec 29: 83-87
Siegmund, H. 1934: Ovarian function after hysterectomy. Arch.Gynak 156: 333-336
Baidin, A. 1939: Ovarian function after hysterectomy. Experiments on animals. Arch. Gynak 168: 191-208
Halbrecht, I. 1945: Ovarian function and body temperature. Lancet 2(6380): 668
Tagliavini, A. 1935: Ovarian function in the mare. Profilassi 8: 88-95
Cheval, M. 1934: Ovarian grafts after hysterectomy and uterine grafts. C. R. Ass. Anat 29: 138-139
Amilibia, E.D.M.ndizabal, M.M.; Botella-Llusiai, J. 1936: Ovarian hormone and function of the thyroid gland. Klin. Wschr 15: 1001-1004
Kostner, M. 1940: Ovarian hormone for the prevention of pregnancy in the dog. Wien.tierarztl. Mschr 27: 465-471
Allen, E.; Diddle, A.W.; Burford, T.H.; Gardner, W.U. 1936: Ovarian hormone threshold for experimental menstruation in monkeys. American Journal of Physiology 117(3): 381-392
Brunelli, B. 1934: Ovarian hormones and carbohydrate metabolism. Arch. internat. Pharmacodyn 49: 243-258
D.A.ilibia, E.; Mendizabal, M.M.; Botella-Llusia, J. 1935: Ovarian hormones and carbohydrate metabolism. 1. Ovarian hormones and blood sugar. Arch. Gynakol 159: 453-460
Botella-Llusia, J.; De Amilibia, E.; Mendizabal, M.M. 1935: Ovarian hormones and carbohydrate metabolism. 2. Effect of ovarian hormones on the glycogen content of the liver. Arch. Gynakol 159: 461-464
Meadizabal, M.M.; De Amilibia, E.; Botella - Llusia, J. 1936: Ovarian hormones and ketonaemia. Arch. Gyndkol 160: 532-536
D.A.ilibia, E.; Mendizabal, M.M.; Botella-Llusia, J. 1936: Ovarian hormones and thyroid function. Klin. Wochenschr 15: 1001-1004
Mandel, J.; Grisewood, E.N. 1934: Ovarian irradiation and sexual precocity in the rat. Proc. Soc. exp. Biol, 32: 155
Chamorro, A. 1941: Ovarian origin of substances stimulating the mammary gland. C.R. Soc. Biol, Paris 135: 153-156
Klein, M.; Mayer, G. 1942: Ovarian reaction to the localised stimulation of Graafian follicles. Arch. Phys. biol. 16: 57*-59*
Cornil, L.; Mosinger, M. 1935: Ovarian reactions following hysterectomy in the guinea-pig. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris 119: 740-742
Johnson, C.E. 1935: Ovarian response in monkeys (Macacus rhesus) to injections of antuitrin-S. Amer. J. Obstet. Gynaec 29: 120-122
Donald, H.P.; Lamy, R. 1937: Ovarian rhythm in Drosophila. Proc. roy. Soc. Edinb 57: 78-96
Casida, L.E.; Hellbaum, A.A. 1934: Ovarian stimulation by adrenal extracts. Endocrinology 18(2): 249-253
Williams, P.O. 1944: Ovarian stimulation by oestrogens : effects in immature hypophysectomized rats. Proc. roy. Soc., B. 132: 189
Williams, P.C. 1944: Ovarian stimulation by oestrogens. 1. Effects in immature hypo-physeetomized rats. Proc. Roy.Soc, 132: 189
Williams, P.C. 1945: Ovarian stimulation by oestrogens. 2. Stimulation in the absence of hypophysis, uterus, and adrenal glands. J. Endocrinol. 4: 125-126
Seiferle, E. 1938: Ovarian stroma and ovarian cycle. Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde 80: 59-70
Anselmino. 1933: Ovarian substance affecting metabolism. Arch. f. Gynakol 156: 311-313
Calatroni, C.-J. 1934: Ovarian tolerance to continuous action of folliculin. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris 117: 452-453
Bialet-Laprida, Z. 1934: Ovarian tolerance to folliculin action. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris 117: 456-457
Robertson, G.G. 1940: Ovarian transplantations in the house mouse. Proceedings Society Exp Biol and Med 44(1): 302-304
Hale, H.B.; Weichert, C.K. 1944: Ovarian tumors in adult rats following prepuberal administration of estrogens. Proc. Soc. exp. Biol, N.Y., 55: 201-202
Bloch, J.; Bergel, A. 1935: Ovarian, cycle and carbohydrate metabolism. 2. Glucose tolerance test in the normal cycle. Wien. Arch. inn. Med 26: 233-241
Bloch, J.; Bergel, A. 1935: Ovarian, cycle and carbohydrate metabolism. 3. Galactose tolerance. Wien. Arch. inn. Med 26: 267-276
Okljesa, B. 1940: Ovariectomy in mares. Vet. Arh, 10: 517
Ovsjannikov, G.F. 1939: Ovariectomy of pigs for the purpose of fattening. Trud. Dinam. Razvit 11: 279-295
Krisch, O. 1935: Ovarieetomy of Gilts. Wien, tierarztl. Mschr 22: 1-12
Ley, L. 1937: Ovaries and vitamin C. Arch. Gunakol 164: 408-415
Wolfe, J.M. 1936: Ovaries of immature female rats receiving pregnancy urine extract and combinations of pregnancy urine extract and oestrin. Proc. Soc. exp. Biol 34: 26-29
Hill, R.T. 1937: Ovaries secrete male hormone. I. Restoration of the castrate type of seminal vesicle and prostate glands to normal by grafts of ovaries in mice. Endocrinology 21: 495-502
Hill, R.T.; Strong, M.T. 1938: Ovaries secrete male hormone. IV. Effect of ovarian androgens on accessory size in the mouse. Endocrinology 22: 663-666
Hill, R.T.; Strong, M.T. 1940: Ovaries secrete male hormone. V. A comparison of some synthetic androgens with the naturally occurring ovarian androgen in mice. Endocrinology 27(1): 79-82
Benesch, F. 1936: Ovariotomy in the mare. Wien. tierarztl Mschr 23: 161-167; 193-203
Morettini, A. 1939: Ovary abortion in olive flowers. Ital. agric 76: 815-28
Dogliotti, V. 1933: Ovary and Cell Permeability. Folia gyncec 30: 91-110
Brill, J. 1933: Ovary and Testis of Horse Foetus as a Source of Hormone. C. R. Soc. Biol. 113: 951-952
Dessau, F. 1937: Ovary and thyroid. Acta brev. neerl. PJiysiol 7: 60-62
Chacon Jaramillo, L.; Vargas Roncancio, M.; Otero, R.; Villamil, A. 2005: Ovary dynamics in heifers of Gir breed by ultrasonic imaging. Revista UDCA Actualidad and Divulgacion Centrifica 8(2): 103-110
Beadle, G.W.; Ephrussi, B. 1937: Ovary Transplants in Drosophila Melanogaster: Meiosis and Crossing-Over in Superfemales. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 23(7): 356-360
Niemeier, H.W. 1935: Ovary-influencing substances in the prepituitary and pregnancy urine. Klin. Wschr, 14: 576
Fluhmann, C.F. 1935: Ovary-stimulating factors and antihormones. Amer. J. Obstet. Gynaec 30: 584-589
Bonne, C. 1940: Over Bertiella studeri (Blanchard 1891). Geneeskundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch-Indie 80(38): 2222-2230
Lieftinck, M.A. 1936: Over Haematomyzus elephantis Piaget. Ent. Med. Ned.-Ind, Buitenzorg, September 1st 2(3): 34-35
Bonne, C.; Mreyen, F.W. 1940: Over Raillietina madagascariensis (Davaine 1869). Geneeskundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch-Indie 80(21): 1310-1318
Pruis, G.W.A. 1933: Over ascarisintoxicatie. Geneeskundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch-Indie 73(11): 685-690
Bonne, C.; Lie Kian Joe. 1940: Over darmwandhelmimhiasis. Geneeskundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch-Indie 80(48): 2782-2788
Menzel, R. 1922: Over de biologische bestrijding van Helopeltis. Meded. Proefst. Thee, Buitenzorg, 81, 21-23
Wilson, J.K. 1944: Over five hundred reasons for abandoning the cross-inoculation groups of the legumes. Soil Sci 58(1): 61-69
Gandrup, J. 1922: Over het binnendringen van den bessenboeboek in het Banjoewangisehe. Meded. Kqffiebessenboeboek-Fonds, Soerabaya, 5, 94-96
Everse, J.W.R. 1937: Over infectie met Strongyloides stercoralis. Geneeskundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch-Indie 77(41): 2478-2490
Bonne, C. 1937: Over sparganosis in Nederlandsch-Indie. Geneeskundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch-Indie 77(18): 1119-1121
Godden, F.W. 1941: Over-all correlation of the suppression job. Fire Control Notes 5: 131-4
Clapham, A.R. 1936: Over-dispersion in grassland communities and the use of statistical methods in plant ecology. Jour Ecol 24(1): 232-251
Fangauf, R.; Haensel, A. 1938: Over-estimation of the value of silage and of fresh green food in the diet of hens. Arch. Geflugelk 12: 265-276
Steuart, D.W. 1945: Over-ripe apples. Analyst 70: 172-173
Chin-Quee, D.S.; Cuthbertson, C.; Janowitz, B. 2006: Over-the-counter pill provision: evidence from Jamaica. Studies in Family Planning 37(2): 99-110
Urushadze, D.R. 1939: Over-wintering citrus seedlings. Soviet Subtropics 1 (53), 40-2
Toenniessen, E.; Hecker, H.V. 1932: Overactivity of the parathyroids and Recklinghausen's disease. Klin. Wochenschr 11: 940-942
Kasparjan, A.S. 1945: Overcoming non-crossability in cotton. C.R. (Doklady) Acad. Sci, U.R.S.S., 49: 66-68
Zakharzevskii, A.A. 1940: Overcoming sterility in hybrids T. durum x T. Timopheevi. Jarovizacija 3(30): 90-105
Schlosser, L.-A. 1936: Overcoming the difficulties of fruit-setting in autopolyploids. Zuchter 8: 295-301
Pevzner, P.I. 1939: Overcoming the harmful effect of ammonium chloride and sulphate when applied continuously to podzol soils.. Khim. Sotsial. Zemled. Nos, 10-11: 41-46
Kovalevskaja, L.Ja. 1940: Overcoming the unfavourable influence of inbreeding in cross-pollinated plants. Ovoscevodstvo (Vegetable Growing). 7, 21-25
Dyrendahl, S. 1945: Overdosage of vitamin B1, causing skin lesions in rats. Skand. VetTidskr 35: 737-760
Comstock, R.E. 1943: Overestimation of mean squares by the method of expected numbers. Journal American Statist Assoc 38(223): 335-340
Yan-Wei-Dong; Shi-Wei-Ming; Li-Bao-Hai; Zhang-Min 2007: Overexpression of a foreign Bt gene in cotton affects the low-molecular-weight components in root exudates. Pedosphere 17(3): 324-330
Joley, L.E. 1942: Overgrowth produced by edible cherry on Sargent cherry. Proceedings American Society Hort Science 40: 277-278
Palti, J.; Moeller, S. 1944: Overhead application of fungicidal sprays. Palestine Jour Bot Ser R 4(2): 184-192
Anonymous 1942: Overhead irrigation of bananas in Honduras. Tropical Agriculture 19: 62
Timoshenko, S.V. 1940: Overhead watering of vegetables in the Moscow district.. Vegetable Growing. Moscow, 1, 14-7
Vanhulle, S.; Enaud, E.; Trovaslet, M.; Nouaimeh, N.; Bols, C.-Marie; Keshavarz, T.; Tron, T.; Sannia, G.; Corbisier, A.-Marie 2007: Overlap of laccases/cellobiose dehydrogenase activities during the decolourisation of anthraquinonic dyes with close chemical structures by Pycnoporus strains. Enzyme and Microbial Technology 40(7, Sp. Iss. SI): 1723-1731
Ellison, L. 1942: Overlays as a visual aid in analysis of permanent quadrat records. Ecology 23(4): 482-484
Midgley, A.R.; Dunklee, D.E. 1937: Overliming injury in relation to tannin-containing materials. Vt. Agric. Expt. Sta. Bull 420: 3-28
Geueke, B.; Weckbecker, A.; Hummel, W. 2007: Overproduction and characterization of a recombinant D-amino acid oxidase from Arthrobacter protophormiae. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 74(6): 1240-1247
Turner, G.E.; Graham, V.E. 1945: Overrun and moisture control in Canadian creamery butter. Canadian Dairy And Ice Cream Jour 24(8): 27-30, 50
Sergent, E. 1944: Overseas Pasteur Institutes during the war. Archives de l'Institut Pasteur d'Algerie 22: 145-156
Demmel, M. 1941: Overseers in Holland-State Lay Assistants in Veterinary Police Work. Dtsch. Tierarztebl 8: 176-177
Anonymous 1935: Overstocking in Kenya. E. Afr. Agric. J 1: 16-9
Hornby, H.E. 1936: Overstocking in Tanganyika Territory. East African Agric. J 1: 353-360
Rosen, H.R. 1936: Oversummering of fire-blight pathogen, spraying for control of fire-blight, and abscission induced by Erwinia amylovora and Phytomonas syringae. Bull. Ark. agric. Exp. Sta, 330: 60
Giese, H. 1943: Overturning resistance of wood fence posts. Agric. Engng., Mich 24: 151-4
Al Nasser, A.; Al Khalaifa, H.; Al Saffar, A.; Khalil, F.; Al Bahouh, M.; Ragheb, G.; Al Haddad, A.; Mashaly, M. 2007: Overview of chicken taxonomy and domestication. World' s Poultry Science Journal 63(2): 285-300
Temple, J.L.; Giacomelli, A.M.; Roemmich, J.N.; Epstein, L.H. 2007: Overweight children habituate slower than non-overweight children to food. Physiology and Behavior 91(2-3): 250-254
Geraghty, E.M.; Ristow, B.; Gordon, S.M.; Aronowitz, P. 2007: Overwhelming parasitemia with Plasmodium falciparum infection in a patient receiving infliximab therapy for rheumatoid arthritis. Clinical Infectious Diseases: An Official Publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America 44(10): E82-E84
Sarles, M.P. 1943: Overwinter loss of Haemonchus contortus larvae from a sheep pasture. Proceedings Helminthol Society Washington 10(1): 22-23
Sarles, M.P. 1943: Overwinter loss of nodular worm larvae from a sheep pasture and its bearing on the control of nodular worm disease. Jour Parasitol 29(4): 263-269
Kates, K.C. 1943: Overwinter survival on pasture of preparasitic stages of some nematodes parasitic in sheep. Proceedings Helminthol Society Washington 10(1): 23-25
Eglits, H.; Eglits, M. 1932: Overwintering conditions of Rye and the causes of crop failure in 1930-31. Acta last. Defens. Plantarum Latviensis. Riga., 2: 33-39
Barrett, J.T. 1939: Overwintering mycelium of Plasmopara viticola (B. & C.) Berl. & De T. in the California wild Grape, Vitis californica Benth. Phytopathology 29(9): 822-823
Zirkits, J. 1932: Overwintering of Aphid Eggs in 1928-29.. Acta Inst. Def. Plant. latviens, Riga 2: 72-76
Elliott, C.; Poos, F.W. 1934: Overwintering of Aplanobacter Stewarti. Science 80(2074): 289-290
Anderson, H.W. 1926: Overwintering of Bacterium pruni. Phytopath 16(1): 55-57
Parish, H.E. 1945: Overwintering of Cochliomyia americana and C. macellaria at Menard, Texas. Jour Econ Ent 38(1): 83-84
Kobayashi, H. 1921: Overwintering of Flies. Japan Med. World, Tokyo, July 15th 1(3): 11-14
Boyd, D.C. 1935: Overwintering of Phytophthora infestans in Tomato fields. Plant Dis. Reptr. 19(20): 310-311
Ray, W.Winfield 1938: Overwintering of Taphrina robinsoniana. Phytopath 28(12): 919-922
Gardner, M.W.; Kendrick, J.B. 1922: Overwintering of Tomato Mosaic. Bot. Gaz, Chicago, Ill. 73(6): 469-485
Ekstrand, H. 1943: Overwintering of autumn sown cereal crops and the leys 1942-1943. Vaxtskyddsnotiser, 3, 13-6
Foster, W.R.; Henry, A.W. 1937: Overwintering of certain cereal pathogens in Alberta. Canad. J. Res 15(12): 547-559
Roussakoff, L.F.; Shitikova-Roussakova, M.A. 1928: Overwintering of rusts on autumn-sown cereals in the Far East according to the data of 1926. Primorskaya Regional Agric. Exper. Stat. News. 10, 196-217
Doolittle, S.P. 1921: Overwintering of the Bacterial Wilt of Cucurbits. Phytopathology, Lancaster, Pa. 11(7): 229-300
Rosen, H.R. 1930: Overwintering of the Fire Blight Pathogen, Bacillus Amylovorus, within the Beehive. Science 72(1864): 301-302
Hutchison, R.H. 1918: Overwintering of the House Fly. Jl. Agric. Research. Washington, D.C., April 15th 13(3): 149-169
Larsen, L. 1934: Overwintering of the seed plots. Dansk Fravl 17: 169-74
Anderson, P.J. 1924: Overwintering of wildfire bacteria in New England. Phytopath 14(3): 132-139
Fournier . 1944: Overworking of stallions : false sterility of mares. Rec. Med. vet 120: 65-66
Potter, C.; Tattersfield, F. 1943: Ovicidal Properties of certain Insecticides of Plant Origin. (Nicotine, Pyrethrins, Derris Products.). Bull. ent. Res, London, 34: pt. 3, 225-244
Webster, R.L.; Carlson, E.C. 1942: Ovicidal value of light mineral oils for the codling moth. Jour Econ Ent 35(4): 530-533
Mridul Sarmah; Rahman, A.; Phukan, A.K.; Gurusubramanian, G. 2006: Ovicidal, acaricidal and antifeedant activity of crude extracts of Polygonum hydropiper L. (Polygonaceae) against red spider mite and bunch caterpillar and its effect on Stethorus gilvifrons Mulsant. Advances in Indian Entomology: Productivity and Health a Silver Jubilee, Suppl No 3, Volume II; Insect and Environment: 127-135
Ihering, R.Von. 1937: Oviducal fertilization in the South American catfish Trachycorystes. Copeia 4, 201-205
Sleesman, J.P. 1935: Ovieidal Tests on certain Dipterous Eggs-with especial Reference to the Onion Maggot, Hylemia antigua Meig. J. econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 28(2): 453-457
Neitz, W.O. 1939: Ovine Anaplasmosis : The Transmission of Anaplasma ovis and Eperythrozoon ovis to the Blesbuck (Damaliscus albifrons). Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci 13: 9-16
Carre, H.; Avignon. 1935: Ovine Anaplasmosis in the Nievre District, France. Rev. gen. Med. vet 44: 129-138
Gill, D.A. 1937: Ovine Bacterial Encephalitis (Circling Disease) and the Bacterial Genus Listerella. Aust. vet. J 13: 46-56
Carre, H 1928: Ovine Coccidiosis. Rec. Med. Vet, Sept. 104(9): 530-539
Piras, R. 1934: Ovine Coccidiosis in the Sinis di Cabras (Sardinia). Boll. vet. ital. 30: 1770-1771
Marotel Vitu. 1933: Ovine Cysticercbsis in France. Rev vet. et J.Med. vet 85: 321-333
Groza, M.P. 1927: Ovine Distomatosis, Treatment with Distol, Serapis, Filinol and Parazitin. Arch. Veterinaria 20(1-2): 3-53
Jensen, G.W.; Gay, W.J. 1941: Ovine Listerellosis. Report of an Outbreak in a Purebred Flock. N. Amer. Vet 22: 601-605
Sikkut, M. 1936: Ovine Pasteurella Infection in Estonia. Eesti loomaarstl. Ring 12: 129-142
Endrejat, E. 1937: Ovine Piropiasmosis. Tierärztliche Rundschau 43: 40-41
Morgan, E. 1931: Ovine Piroplasmosis in Venezuela. Vet. J 87: 272-274
Filmer, J.F. 1938: Ovine Posthitis and Balano-Posthitis ( Pizzle Rot): Some Notes on Field Investigations. Aust. vet. J 14: 47-52
Mikacic, D. 1940: Ovine Species of Protostrongylus. II. Vet. Arhiv 10: 86-91
Baumann, R. 1939: Ovine Theileriasis in Asia Minor. Berl. Munch. tierarztl. Wsckr 469-474
Roberts, R.S. 1931: Ovine and Bovine Strains of B. chauvoei. J. Comp. Path. & Therap 44: 246-251
Maguire, L.C. 1932: Ovine ante- and post-partum Paralysis. Vet. J 88: 148-149
Taylor, A.W. 1945: Ovine paratuberculosis (Johne's disease of sheep). J. comp. Path 55: 41-44
Stewart, M.A. 1940: Ovine thelaziasis. Journal American Vet Medicine Assoc 96(757): 486-490
Okada, I. 1940: Oviposition Habits of Grapholitha glycinivorella Mats., especially in Relation to Varieties of Soy Bean. (Preliminary Report.).. Res. Bull. Kung-Chu-Ling agric. Exp. Sta, Kung-Chu-Ling, 32, 93-105
Kamiya, K. 1937: Oviposition Habits of Searabaeidae.. Oyo-Dobuts. Zasshi. Tokyo 9(3-4): 149-150
Currie, G.A. 1932: Oviposition Stimuli of the Burr-seed Fly, Euaresta aequalis, Loew (Dipt. Trypetidae). Bull. Ent. Res, London, 23: pt. 2,
Janes, M.J. 1935: Oviposition Studies on the Chinch Bug, Blissus leuco-pterus(Sa, y). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 28(1): 109-120
Hase, A. 1924: Oviposition and Change of Host of L. distinguendus. Naturwissenschaften. Berlin 12(20): 377-384
Yamada, Y. 1940: Oviposition and Hatching of Anthrenus verbasci L. at constant 12 degrees C.. Bochu Kagaku, Kyoto, 4, 31-34
Dhiman, S.C.; Yadav, Y.K. 2006: Oviposition behaviour and egg structure of Halys dentatus Fabr. a pest of Azadirachta indica A. Juss. Advances in Indian Entomology: Productivity and Health a Silver Jubilee, Suppl No 3, Volume II; Insect and Environment: 23-32
Ullyett, G.C. 1945: Oviposition by Ephestia kuhniella Zell. Jour Ent Soc So Africa 8: 53-59
Oswald, B. 1939: Oviposition by R. bursa under Favourable Conditions. Ann. Parasit, hum. comp 17: 170-178
Coad, B.R. 1913: Oviposition habits of Culex abominator, Dyar and Knab. The Canadian Entomologist 265-266
Jones, D.P. 1940: Oviposition in Gall Midges (Cecidomyidae) affecting Seed Production in Grasses. J. Anim. Ecol, London 9(2): 328-335
Dick, J. 1937: Oviposition in certain Coleoptera. Ann Appl Biol 24(4): 762-796
Taylor, T.H. 1918: Oviposition in the Celery Fly. Ann. App. Biol, Cambridge 5(1): 60-61
Griswold, G.H. 1934: Oviposition in the Columbine Borer, Papaipema purpurifascia (G. & R.) and the Iris Borer, Macronoctua onusta Grt. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 27(4): 545-548
Okada, I. 1938: Oviposition of Grapholitha glycinivorella Mats, in Relation to some Legumes. (Preliminary Report.).. Oyo Dobuts. Zasshi. Tokyo 10(1): 8-17
Hudson, H.F.; Wood, A.A. 1923: Oviposition of Hypera punctata. 53rd Ann. Rept. Ent. Soc. Ontario, Toronto., 70-72
Chamberlin, T.R.; Callenbach, J.A. 1943: Oviposition of June beetles and the survival of their offspring in grasses and legumes. Jour Econ Ent 36(5): 681-688
Miller, J.M. 1916: Oviposition of Megastigmus spermotrophus in the Seed of Douglas Fir. Jl. Agric. Research. Washington, D.C. 10th 6(2): 65-68
Bordas, M.L. 1917: Oviposition of Rhynchites conicus and the Anatomy of its Larva. C. R. Hebdom. Acad. Sciences. Paris 165(2): 70-73
Nottycombe, J.W. 1930: Oviposition of the Corn Earworm Moth in Relation to Nectar Plow of some flowering Plants. J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 23(4): 725-728
Kim DongSoon 2005: Oviposition time of overwintered females and migration of crawlers of Pseudaulacaspis prunicola (Homoptera: Diaspididae) on cherry trees in Jeju Island. Korean Journal of Applied Entomology 44(3): 231-235
Allen, H.W. 1922: Ovipositional Habit of Pyraustomyia penitalis, Coq. (Dip., Tachinidae). Entomological News 33(9): 263-264
Flanders, S.E. 1937: Ovipositional Instincts and Developmental Sex Differences in the Genus Coccophagus. Univ. Calif. Publ. Ent, Berkeley, Calif 6(15): 401-422
Duyvene, D.Wit, J.J. 1941: Ovipositor lengthening of the bitterling female (Rhodeus amarus, Bloch). Acta brev. neerl. Physiol, 11: 192
Karrer, P.; Schopp, K. 1934: Ovoflavine e. Helv. chim. Acta 17: 1557-1558
Kuhn, R.; Gyorgy, P.; Wagner-Jauregg, T. 1933: Ovoflavine, the pigment of egg albumin. Ber. d. deutsch. chem. Gesellsch 66: 576-580
Allen, E.; Creadick, R.N. 1937: Ovogenesis during sexual maturity. The first stage, mitosis in the germinal epithelium, as shown by the colchicine technique. Anat. Rec, 69: 191
Cole, H.H. 1933: Ovogenesis in the Ewe and Cow. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med 31: 241-243
Krediet, G. 1938: Ovotestes in a horse. Acta neerl. Morph. norm. path 2: 62-70
Stern, K.G.; Salomon, K. 1937: Ovoverdin, a Pigment Chemically Related to Visual Purple. Science 86(2231): 310-311
Keots, A.B. 1934: Ovoviviparity in Colias ?. Entomological News Pieridse), 46: 58
Van Der Horst, C.J.; Gillman, J. 1940: Ovulation and corpus luteum formation in Elephantulus. S. Afr. J. med. Sci 5: 73-91
Nalbandov, A.; Casida, L.E. 1942: Ovulation and its relation to estrus in cows. Jour Animal Sci 1(3): 189-198
Paducheva Paduceva], A.L.; Eskin, J.A.; I.A. ]. 1937: Ovulation in rabbits induced by copper acetate. Bull. Biol. Med. exp. URSS 4: 438-440
Anderson, J. 1938: Ovulation in the ewe. Jour Agric Sci 28(1): 64-72
Rugh, R. 1935: Ovulation in the frog. I. Pituitary relations in induced ovulations. II. Follicular rupture to fertilization. J. exp. Zool, 71: 149
Vogt, M. 1942: Ovulation in the rabbit after destruction of the greater superficial petrosal nerves. Journal of Physiology 100(4): 410-416
Rugh, R. 1937: Ovulation Induced out of Season. Science 85(2216): 588-589
Okano, T.; Nakamura, S.; Komatsu, T.; Murase, T.; Asano, M.; Tsubota, T. 2007: Ovulation induction by administration of equine and human chorionic gonadotropin in captive Japanese black bears (Ursus thibetanus japonicus). Japanese Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 12(1): 61-70
Bennett Steward, K.; Cassar, G.; Plante, C.; Friendship, R.M.; Zak, L. 2007: Ovulation induction protocol using equine chorionic gonadotropin and porcine luteinizing hormone in the weaned sow. Journal of Swine Health and Production 15(4): 194-197
Beskhlebnov, A.V. 1940: Ovulation time in cows. Robot. XIII Plen. vet.Sekt. Akad. sel'khoz. Nauk, Moscow, 27-30
Pal, B.P.; Narayana Rao, T. 1940: Ovule mortality in gram (Cicer arietinum L.). Proc. Indian Acad. Sci 12: 50-61
Weiss, F. 1940: Ovulinia, a new generic segregate from Sclerotinia. Phytopath 30(3): 236-244
Anderes, E. 1941: Ovum transport through the oviduct. Schweiz. med. Wschr 71: 364-366
Shchegolev, V.N. 1929: Owlet-moths as Pests of technical Plants in the North Caucasus.. Plant Protection, Leningrad 6(3-4): 399-406
Kugler, W F. 1939: Ownership protection for breeding new varieties of plants. Local and foreign antecedents. "Granos" Semilla Selecta, B. Aires 3(11): 3-20
Swezey, O.H. 1921: Ox Bot-fly or Warble Fly, Hypoderma lineata. Hawaiian Planters' Record, Honolulu 25(1): 23-25
Sachweh, P. 1941: Ox Testicle Peptone as a Culture Medium Base. Tierärztliche Rundschau 47: 82
Bartels Claassen, P. 1937: Ox Warble Control in Sehleswig in 1936. Berl. tierarstl. Wschr, 212-216
Pedretti, L. 1938: Ox Warble Control in Upper Bavaria and Allgau, in 1937. Munch, tierarztl. Wschr 89: 26-33
Stenius, R. 1936: Ox Warble Flies and their Control. Suom. Elainlaakaril 42: 121-137; 151-163
Stenius, R. 1935: Ox Warble Flies in Finland. Skand. Vet Tidskr 25: 133-146
Dinulesco, G. 1938: Ox Warble Flies-ia Rumania.. Ann. Inst. nat. zootech, Roumanie., 6: 36
Pedretti, L. 1936: Ox Warble Fly Control in Upper Bavaria and Allgau in 1936. Munch, tirarztl. Wschr 87: 529-584
Werdelin, K. 1934: Ox Warble in Army Horses. Maanedsskr. Dyrlaeg 46: 357-368
Coppens. 1913: Ox Warbles. Anuales de Medecine Veterinaire, Ixelles-Bruxelles. June and Ixii: 6 and 7, 309-328 and 384-388
Petersen, G. 1935: Ox Warbles in Denmark from 1930 to 1934. Maanedsskr. Dyrlaeg 46: 509-515
Natvig, R.L. 1937: Ox Warbles in Norway. Norsk Veterinaertidsskrift 49: 171-204
Obitz, K. 1937: Ox Warbles in Poland, their Distribution and Control. Pans. Inst. nauk. gosp. Wiejsk. Pulawy 1: 100-106
Goerttler. 1937: Ox Warbles in Prussia in 1936. Berl. tierarstl. Wschr 209-212
Barros, J. 1942: Ox warbles. Bol. pec, Lisboa. 10(1): 121-132
Hoover, A.A.; Karunairatnam, M.C. 1945: Oxalate content of some leafy green vegetables and its relation to oxaluria and calcium utilization. Biochemical Journal 39(3): 237-238
Gélinas, B.; Seguin, P. 2007: Oxalate in grain amaranth. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 55(12): 4789-4794
Clark, H.E. 1939: Oxalates in pineapples. Food Res 4: 75-9
Rek, L. 1934: Oxalic Acid Poisoning. Zverolek. Obz 27: 1-9 ; 21-29
Widmark, E.M.P.; Ahldin, G. 1933: Oxalic acid content of vegetable foodstuffs. Biochem. Ztschr 265: 241-244
Herkel, W.; Koch, K. 1936: Oxalic acid excretion, especially in urinary lithiasis. Deutsch. Arch. kiln. Med 178: 511-537
Othmer, D.F.; Jacobs, J.J.; Pabst, A.C. 1942: Oxalic acid from sawdust : continuous fusion process. Industr. Engng. Chem. (Industr. Ed.). 34: 268-73
Suzuki, S. 1935: Oxalic acid in hibernation. Jap Jour Med Sci Ii Biochem 3(1): 51-53
Athanasiou, A.; Reinwein, H. 1934: Oxalic acid metabolism. Deutsch. Arch. f. klin. Med 176: 475-479
Rittmann, R.; Unterrichter, P. 1935: Oxalic acid metabolism in nephritis. Methods of estimation of oxalic acid in blood, food, urine and faeces. Arch. Verdauungskr 57: 120-148
Frola, G. 1937: Oxalic acid of milk. Bit. Clin. pediat 25: 919-931
Anon. 1944: Oxalis deppei as a food plant. Gdnrs' Chron, 115: 196
Hai, M.A. 1932: Oxaluria. Patna J. Med 7: 202-206
D.Candole, C.A. 1937: Oxaluria in a tropical station. J. Roy. Army Med. Corps. 69: 231-239
Boswell, J.G.; Whiting, G.C. 1940: Oxidase systems in the tissues of the higher plants. New Phytol 39(3): 241-265
Bartolini, B. 1937: Oxidation - reduction potential of the serum and the system dehydro-ascorbic acid-ascorbic acid. Bollettino della Societa Italiana di Biologia Sperimentale 12: 303-305
Ecker, E.E. 1938: Oxidation and Reduction in Immunology. Rev. Immunol 4: 528-547
Carteni, A.; Morelli, A. 1937: Oxidation and destruction of ascorbic acid. Arch. Sci. biol. Napoli 23: 335-344
Hoffman, E.J. 1935: Oxidation and gas formation in the spontaneous heating of hay. Jour Agric Res 51(6): 527-546
Kuhn, R.; Brockmann, H. 1932: Oxidation and hydration products of carotene as precursors of vitamin A. Hoppe-Seyler's Ztschr. f. physiol. Chem 213: 1-7
Hand, D.B.; Chase Greisen, E. 1942: Oxidation and reduction of vitamin C. Jour Arner Chem Soc 64(2): 358-361
Volk, N.J. 1939: Oxidation and reduction potentials as related to soil characteristics and plant growth. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. (1938), 3: 122
Grebinskivi, S.O. 1945: Oxidation and the accumulation of rubber in rubber-bearing root crops.. Biohimija (Biochemistry). 10: 379-84
Rapoport, I.A. 1943: Oxidation and the mechanism of action of mutagenous factors. J. Gen. Biol, U.S.S.R., 4: 65-72
Ribin, B.A.; Arcihovskaja, E.V. 1937: Oxidation environment and ascorbic acid as activators of saccharose in living cells of plants. Biohimija 2: 952-63
Rubin, B.A.; Arcihovskaja, N.V.; Spiridonova, N.S. 1939: Oxidation environment in living tissues and its effect on the dynamics of vitamin C. Biohimija 4: 268-75
Van Zyl, J.P. 1924: Oxidation in Arsenical Dipping Tanks. 9th & 10th Repts. Dir. Vet. Educ. & Res., Union S. Africa, Pretoria, 799-808
Galvao, P.E.; Cardoso, D.M. 1932: Oxidation in avitaminosis B (B1) and inanition. Pflugers Arch 229: 422-438
Frei, W. 1944: Oxidation in bacteria and its significance in pathogenesig and chemotherapy. Schweiz. med. Wschr 74: 69-74
Neller, J.R. 1944: Oxidation loss of lowmoor peat in fields with different water tables. Soil Sci 58(3): 195-204
Holboeow, A.G. 1914: Oxidation of Arsenical Dipping Fluids. Rhodesia Agrie. Jl, Salisbury 11(4): 579-581
Kleinzeller, A. 1943: Oxidation of acetic acid in animal tissue. Biochemical Journal 37(6): 674-677
Quere, H. 1931: Oxidation of alcohols by acetic acid ferments regarded as a respiratory process. C.R. Acad. Sci 193: 445-446
Guillemet, R. 1942: Oxidation of ascorbic acid and the irradiation of water by ultraviolet light. Bull. Soc. Chim. biol. 24: 186
Wachholder, K. 1942: Oxidation of ascorbic acid by plant extracts. With a contribution to the separation of different nodes of oxidation of ascorbic acid in general. Biochem. Ztechr 312: 394-432
Sullmann, H. 1938: Oxidation of ascorbic acid with cerium ions. Enzymologia 5: 326-328
Fujtta, A.; Ebihara, T.; Numata, I. 1939: Oxidation of ascorbic add toy haemoglobin. Biochem. Ztschr 301: 245-252
Fischer, M. 1937: Oxidation of ascorbicacidbyperoxidase systems. Action of haemoglobin derivatives on ascorbic acid. Biochem. Ztschr 292: 271-275
Ewbank, F.C.; Gould, I.A. 1943: Oxidation of butter oil as influenced by previous heat treatment of the oil, butter, or cream. Jour Dairy Sci 26(5): 409-418
Rudolph, W. 1938: Oxidation of carotene. Naturwisaenschafte.n. 28: 664
Rossi, A.; Ruffo, A. 1941: Oxidation of citric acid in the liver. Bollettino della Societa Italiana di Biologia Sperimentale 16: 179-180
Califano, L. 1937: Oxidation of fatty acids in the fatty liver. Biochem. Ztschr 289: 354-364
Quastel, J.H.; Wheatley, A.H. 1933: Oxidation of fatty acids in the liver. Biochemical Journal 27(6): 1752.1-171762
Kholodny, M.; Smaly, V.; Pikovs'ka, R. 1938: Oxidation of free ammonia by nitrifying bacteria. Mikrobiolohichnyi Zhurnal 5: 103-117
Klein, J.Raymond 1944: Oxidation of fructose by brain in vitro. Journal of Biological Chemistry 153(1): 295-300
Wierzuchowski, M. 1937: Oxidation of glucose as function of its supply. Journal of Physiology 90(4): 440-464
Fonseca Ribeiro, D. 1938: Oxidation of glucose at the surface of adsorbents. Rev. Fac. Med. vet. Sao Paulo. 49-52
Banga, I.; Laki, K.; Szent-Gyorgyi, A. 1933: Oxidation of lactic acid and beta -oxybutyric acid by heart muscle. Hoppe Seyler's Ztschr. f. physiol. Chem 217: 43-51
Elliott, K.A.C.; Libet, B. 1944: Oxidation of phospholipid catalyzed by iron compounds with ascorbic acid. Journal of Biological Chemistry 152: 617-626
Cedrangolo, F. 1936: Oxidation of pyruvic acid by the action of hepatic enzymes.. Enzymologia 1: 359-368
Wiley, W.J. 1939: Oxidation of the fat of butter during cold storage. Jour Dairy Res 10(2): 300-309
Kuhn, R.; Kohler, F.; Kohler, L. 1936: Oxidation of the methyl radical in the animal body. Hoppe-Seykr's Ztschr, 242: 171
Ganapathy, C.V.; Sastri, B.N. 1939: Oxidation of thiols and ascorbic acid in the latex of papaya. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. B. 10: 81-87
Chalopin, H.; Mudry, M. 1945: Oxidation of two types of reducing agents, ascorbic acid and cysteine, by toluylene blue. Bull. Soc. Chim. biol. 27: 398-400
Chevallier, A.; Matheron, R.; Roux, H. 1939: Oxidation of vitamin A. C.R. Soc. Biol 132: 523-525
Bezssonoff, N.; Leroux, H. 1944: Oxidation of vitamin C by quinhydrone and oxygen. C. R. Acad. Sci 219: 100-102
Karrer, P.; Euler, H.V.; Solmssen, U. 1934: Oxidation products of alpha -carotene. Relation between constitution and vitamin A activity. Helv. chim. Acta. 17: 1169-1172
Sullmann, H.; Schmid, A.E. 1942: Oxidation redaction systems of the retina. 1. Ascorbic acid and glutatbione. Ophthalmolagica 103: 150-155
Peretti, G. 1936: Oxidation reduction in the small intestine and liver of the albino rat during intestinal absorption. Bollettino della Societa Italiana di Biologia Sperimentale 11: 336-337
Krasinskii, N.P. 1936: Oxidation reduction potential in cells of the higher plants. Bot. Z. SSSR 21: 499-506
Kuhn, R.; Moruzzi, G. 1934: Oxidation reduction potential of lactoflavine and its derivatives. Ber. d. deutsch. chem. Gesellsch 67: 1220-1223
Burrows, W.; Jordan, E.O. 1935: Oxidation-Reduction Potentials in Salmonella Cultures. I. The Development of Potential Levels Characteristic Of Species. J. infect. Dis 56: 255-263
Burrows, W.; Jordan, E.O. 1936: Oxidation-Reduction Potentials in Salmonella Cultures. II. Characteristic Potentials produced by Members of the Sulpestifer and Enterltidls Groups. J. infect. Dis 58: 259-262
Burrows, W. 1941: Oxidation-Reduction Potentials in Salmonella Cultures. III. The Relation Between Characteristic Potential and Antigenic Structure. J. infect. Dis 69: 141-147
Burrows, W. 1942: Oxidation-Reduction Potentials in Salmonella Cultures. IV. A Note on the Relation of Observed Potentials to pH. J. infect. Dis 71: 106-109
Hewitt, L.F. 1931: Oxidation-reduction Potentials of Staphylococcus Cultures. II. Effect of Baeteriophage. Biochem. J 25: 2068-2071
Mir-Salimov, M.M. 1939: Oxidation-reduction and tissue changes during an insufficient protein regime. J. med. Ukraine. 9: 39-48
Hanke, M.E.; Bailey, J.H. 1945: Oxidation-reduction potential requirements of Cl. welchii and other clostridia. Prop Soc Expt Biol And Med 59(2): 163-166
Larsen, P.B.; Gould, I.A.; Trout, G.M. 1941: Oxidation-reduction potentials and the oxidized flavor in homogenized milk. Jour Dairy Sci 24(9): 789-793
Molland, J. 1944: Oxidation-reduction potentials in cultures of anaerobic bacteria. Aca Path Et Microbiol Scand 21(5): 673-712
Stephenson, R.E.; Schuster, C.E.; Spulnik, J. 1938: Oxidation-reduction potentials in orchard soils. Journal American Society Agron 30(2): 91-96
Puri, A.N.; Sarup, A. 1938: Oxidation-reduction potentials in soils. Soil Sci 46: 323-329
Keaton, C.M. 1938: Oxidation-reduction potentials of arsen-ate-arsenite systems in sand and soil mediums. Wash. St. Coll. Res. Stud 6: 99-101
Keaton, C.M.; Kardos, L.T. 1940: Oxidation-reduction potentials of arsenate-arsenite systems in sand and soil mediums. Soil Sci 50: 189-207
Fruton, J.S. 1934: Oxidation-reduction potentials of ascorbic acid. Journal of Biological Chemistry 105(1): 79-85
Klemperer, F.; Bessey, 0. A.; Hastings, A.B. 1937: Oxidation-reduction potentials of certain synthetic flavins. Proceedings Society Exp Biol and Med 37(1): 114-115
Torrance, C.C. 1940: Oxidation-reduction potentials of inflammatory lesions of the skin. Proceedings Society Exp Biol and Med 45(2): 741-744
Bergeim, O.; Kleinberg, J.; Kirch, E.R. 1945: Oxidation-Reduction Potentials of the Contents of the Gastrointestinal Tract. Journal of Bacteriology 49(5): 453-458
Aragona, G.; Sturniolo, G. 1937: Oxidation-reduction processes and experimental beriberi in pigeons. Quad. Nutrizione. 4: 72-81
Mitolo, M. 1934: Oxidation-reduction processes in experimental deficiency conditions. 1. Alteration of the capacity of the tissues to reduce 2 : 6-dichlorphenolindophenol in avian beriberi. Arch. Fisiol, 34: 102
Geller, I.A. 1939: Oxidation-reduction processes in soil inoculation with micro-organisms. Nauch. Zap. Sakh. Prom. Agron, I, 54-60
Blagoveschensky Blagovescenskii, V.A.; Jr. 1937: Oxidation-reduction systems in photosynthesis. Bull. Biol. Med. exptl. URSS 3: 235-7
Ghosh, I.C.; Rama Char, T.L. 1937: Oxidationreduction potential of ascorbic acid. Hoppe-Seyler's Ztsckr 246: 115-123
Borsook, H.; Keighley, G. 1933: Oxidation-Reduction Potential of Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 19(9): 875-878
Laville, C. 1935: Oxidations in nutrition. Neoplasmes 14: 147-157
Skanse, B.; Sundblad, L. 1943: Oxidative breakdown of hyaluronic acid and chondroitin sulphuric acid. Ada physiol. scand 6: 37-51
Kriss, M.; Smith, A.H. 1938: Oxidative changes induced by a mineral deficient diet. Jour Nutrition 16(4): 385-393
Neber, M. 1936: Oxidative deamination of amino-acids. HoppeSeyhr's Ztechr 240: 59-69
Edlbacheb, S.; Geauer, H. 1943: Oxidative decomposition of histidine in the animal organism. Helv. chim. Ada. 26: 864-882
Kuhn, R.; Wendt, G. 1939: Oxidative degradation of adermin. Ber. deutsch. chem. Gesellsch. B. 72: 305-309
Fritz, J.C.; Halpin, J.L.; Hooper, J.H.; Kramke, E.H. 1942: Oxidative destruction of vitamin D. Indust And Engineer Chem Indust Ed 34(8): 979-982
Boyd, E.M. 1938: Oxidative micro-determination of blood-lipins. Amer. J. Clin. Pathol., Tech. Suppl 2: 77-90
Schlenk, W., J. 1933: Oxidative processes in the fertilised egg. 1. Rate of oxidation during embryonic development of Trutta iridea. Biochem. Ztschr 267: 424-437
Moriya, H.; Kuniminato, T.; Hosokawa, M.; Fukunaga, K.; Nishiyama, T.; Miyashita, K. 2007: Oxidative stability of salmon and herring roe lipids and their dietary effect on plasma cholesterol levels of rats. Fisheries science 73(3): 668-674
Karrer, P.; Jucker, E. 1945: Oxides of beta -carotene: beta -carotene mono-epoxide, beta -carotene di-epoxide, mutatochrome, aurochrome, luteochrome. Helv. chim. Acta. 28: 427-436
Hock, A. 1939: Oxidi-metric determination of humic acid.. Bodenk. PflErnahr 13: 118-128
Euler, H.V.; Ahlstrom, L. 1932: Oxidizability of substances containing vitamin A. Hoppe - Seyler'a Ztschr. f. physiol. Chem 204: 168-180
Swanson, A.M.; Sommer, H.H. 1940: Oxidized flavor in milk : I. Effect of the development of oxidized flavor on the iodine number of the phospholipid fraction of milk. J. Dairy Sci 23: 201-208
Swanson, A.M.; Sommer, H.H. 1938: Oxidized flavor in milk traced to fat-related substances. Rep. Wis. agric. Exp. Sta, Bull. 442, 75-76
Brown, W.C.; Vanlandingham, A.H.; Weakley, C.E., J. 1941: Oxidized flavor in milk. 10. The effect of feeding potassium iodide supplements to dairy cows on the carotene content of the butter fat and on the ascorbic acid content of the milk and the relationship to metal-induced oxidized flavor. J. Dairy Sci 24: 1035-1039
Olson, F.C.; Brown, W.C. 1942: Oxidized flavor in milk. 11. Ascorbic acid, glutathione, and hydrogen peroxide as mechanisms for the production of oxidized flavor. J. Dairy Sci 25: 1027-1039
Brown, W.C.; Olson, F.C. 1942: Oxidized flavor in milk. 12. Further studies of ascorbic acid mechanisms in the production of oxidized flavor in milk. J. Dairy Sci 25: 1041-1050
Olsoit, F.C.; Brown, W.C. 1944: Oxidized flavor in milk. 13. Studies of cupric complexes of ascorbic acid and certain amino acids and their possible relationship to oxidized flavor development in milk. J. Dairy Sci 27: 197-204
Olsoit, F.C.; Brown, W.C. 1944: Oxidized flavor in milk. 14. Oxidized flavor in milk. A possible mode of action of inhibitors in preventing the development of oxidized flavor in milk. J. Dairy Sci 27: 205-213
Brown, W.C.; Thurston, L.M.; Dustman, R.B. 1937: Oxidized flavor in milk. 4. Studies of the relation of the feed of the cow to oxidized flavor. J. Dairy Sci 20: 133-145
Brown, W.C.; Vanlndingham, A.H.; Weakley, C.E., J. 1939: Oxidized flavor in milk. 7. Studies of the effect of carotene and ascorbic add in the feed of the cow on the susceptibility of the milk to metal-induced oxidized flavor. J. Dairy Sci 22: 345-351
Brown, W.C.; Dustman, R.B.; Weakley, C.E., J. 1941: Oxidized flavor in milk. 8. The effect of the degree of saturation of fat in the ration of the cow upon the iodine number of the butter fat and the susceptibility of the milk to metal-induced oxidized flavor. J. Dairy Sci 24: 265-275
Brown, W.C.; Van Landingham, A.H.; Weakly, C.E., J. 1941: Oxidized flavor in milk. 9. The effect of the quality of hay and early stage of lactation on the carotene content of butterfat and on the ascorbic acid content of the milk and their relationship to the de velopment of metal-induced oxidized flavor. J. Dairy Sci 24: 925-935
Brown, W.C.; Dustman, R.B. 1939: Oxidized flavor in milk. VI. A study of the relation of titratable acidity to metal-developed oxidized flavor in milk. J. Dairy Sci 22: 31-35
Brown, W.C.; Van Landingham, A.H.; Weakley, C.E. 1939: Oxidized flavor in milk. VII. Studies of the effect of carotene and ascorbic acid in the feed of the cow on the susceptibility of the milk to metal-induced oxidized flavor. Jour Dairy Sci 22(5): 345-351
Brown, W.C.; Olson, F.C. 1942: Oxidized flavor in milk. XII. Further studies of ascorbic acid mechanisms in the production of oxidized flavor in milk. Jour Dairy Sci 25(12): 1041-1050
Olson, F.C.; Brown, W.C. 1944: Oxidized flavor in milk. XIII. Studies of cupric complexes of ascorbic acid and certain amino acids and their possible relationship to oxidized flavor development in milk. XIV. A possible mode of action of inhibitors in preventing the development of oxidized flavor in milk. J. Dairy Sci 27(3): 197-204; 205-213
Freeman, T.R. 1942: Oxidized flavor of milk produced in Florida. Milk Dealer 32(3): 26
Swanson, A.M.; Summer, H.H. 1940: Oxidized flavour in milk : II. The relation of oxidation-reduction potentials to its development. J. Dairy Sci 23: 597-614
Attimonelli, R. 1942: Oxidizing Action of Brucella on Fatty Acids. Boll. Ist. sieroter, Milano 21: 238-240
Harnisch, O. 1937: Oxidizing Enzymes in Gas Production by A. lumbricoides and some Cestodes. Z. vergl. Physiol 24: 667-686
Lee, H.A.; Martin, J.P. 1928: Oxidizing agents in sulphur to increase fungicidal activity. Phytopath 18: 12, 1026-1027
Wokes, F.; Organ, J.G. 1943: Oxidizing enzymes and vitamin C in tomatoes. Biochemical Journal 37(2): 259-265
Rubin, B.A.; Lutikova, O.T. 1937: Oxidizing-reducing activity of tissues as a biological factor in soils. C.R. Acad. Sci. (U.S.S.R.), 17: 255-258
Ramachandra Rao, Y. 1921: Oxya velox. Rept. Proc. 4th Ent Meeting, Pusa, February, Calcutta, 41-42
Del Guercio, G. 1918: Oxycarenus hyalinipennis, a Hemipteron Injurious to Cotton, in Italian Somaliland. Agricoltura Coloniale. Florence 12(3): 147-166
Misra, C.S. 1921: Oxycarenus laetus; the Dusky Cotton Bug. Rept. Proc. 4th Ent. Meeting, Pusa, February, Calcutta, 84-92
Branas, J. 1942: Oxychlorides of copper and their use in viticulture. Bull. Off. internat. Vin, Mai-Juin, 10
Torres, C.Magarinos. 1931: Oxychromatic Degeneration ( Intranuclear Inclusions ) in Yellow Fever. Mem. Inst. Oswaldo Cruz. Rio de Janeiro 25: 148-211
Brasch, H. 1923: Oxydi-phenylmethane Allegan-Bayer as a Vermifuge. Arch. f. Wissensch. u. Prakt. Tierheilk 49(6): 264-272
Harvey, D.; Symes, C.B. 1931: Oxygen Absorption of natural Waters in Nairobi with Reference to Anopheline Mosquitos. Bull. Ent. Res, London., 22: pt. 1, 59-64
Adova, A.N.; Ravich-Shcherbo, M.I. 1927: Oxygen Content of Turf-pit Waters.. Russ. J. Trop. Med, Moscow 5(10): 639-642
Furr, J.R.; Aldrich, W.W. 1943: Oxygen and carbon-dioxide changes in the soil atmosphere of an irrigated date garden on calcareous very fine sandy loam soil. Proceedings American Society Hort Science 42: 46-52
Heilmeyer, L.; Sundermann, A. 1936: Oxygen combining capacity, iron content and spectrophotometric constants of haemoglobin purified by electro-dialysis, and of whole blood as a basis for calibrating haemometers. Deutsch Arch. klin. Med 178: 397-411
Kaunitz, H.; Pappenheimer, A.M. 1943: Oxygen consumption in vitamin E deficiency. American Journal of Physiology 138(2): 328-340
Euler, H.V.; Enderlein, R. 1933: Oxygen consumption of animal tissues after administration of thyroxine. Biochem. Ztschr 261: 226-234
Steigerwaldt, F. 1938: Oxygen consumption of ascorbic acid. Factors which affect the consumption. Biochem. Ztschr 298: 197-205
Bishop, P.W. 1942: Oxygen consumption of fox sperm. Biol Bull 83(3): 353-362
Euler, H.V.; Myrback, K.; Larsson, H. 1933: Oxygen consumption of organs containing vitamin C and of glucoreductone. Hoppe Seyler's Ztschr. f. physiol. Chem 217: 1-22
Scoz, G.; Cattaneo, C.; Gabbrielli, M.C. 1937: Oxygen consumption, enzymatic activity of the liver and phosphatase activity of the blood and bones in experimental vitamin C deficiency.. Enzymologia 3: 29-40
Malianov, A.P. 1938: Oxygen dissolved in soil water. Trudy Konf. Pochvoved. Fiziol, Saratov 1: 295-302
Guthrie, E.S.; Hand, D.B.; Sharp, P.F. 1938: Oxygen in milk and its relation to destruction of vitamin C and the development of the oxidized flavor. Rep. N.Y. St. Ass. Dairy and Milk Insp, 101-110
Unti, O. 1943: Oxygen in the Breeding Places of Anopheles in Sao Paulo. Arq. Hig. Saude publ, Sao Paulo 8: 3-102
Howell, K.A.; Cheng, K.; Murcha, M.W.; Jenkin, L.E.; Millar, A.H.; Whelan, J. 2007: Oxygen initiation of respiration and mitochondrial biogenesis in rice. Journal of Biological Chemistry 282(21): 15619-15631
Thornton, N.C. 1939: Oxygen regulates the dormancy of the potato. Contr Boyce Thompson Inst 10(3): 339-361
Shirk, H.G.; Appleman, C. 0. 1940: Oxygen respiration in wheat grain in relation to freezable water. American Journal of Botany 27(8): 613-619
Davis, J.G.; Newland, L.G.; Wilby, F.W. 1945: Oxygen tension and agitation as factors in keeping quality experiments. Dairy Indust 10(3): 182-183
Petersen, W.E.; Shaw, J.C. 1942: Oxygen uptake and CO2 elimination of the bovine mammary gland. J. Dairy Sci 25(8): 708-709
Lund, C.C.; Holton, H.M. 1932: Oxygen, carbon dioxide and acidosis in the treatment of cancer (with special reference to the Fischer-Wasels treatment). Amer. J. Cancer. 16: 1489-1498
Cox, R., E.; Yamamoto, S.; Otto, A.; Simoneit, B., R.T. 2007: Oxygenated di- and tricyclic diterpenoids of southern hemisphere conifers. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 35(6): 342-362
Levaditi, C.; Schoen, R.; Levaditi, J. 1934: Oxyphilic Corpuscles in the Corneal Epithelium of Rabid Animals. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris 117: 586-589
Mao, C.P. 1939: Oxyures d'Heterocephalus glaber Ruppell d'Abyssinie. Revision du genre Wellcotnia Sambon 1907. Annales de Parasitologie Humaine et Comparee 17(4): 336-354
Miller, J.F.; Einhorn, N.H. 1944: Oxyuriasis : a clinical survey of 200 consecutive cases of infection with Enterobius vermicularis in children. American Journal of Diseases oi Children 68(6): 376-381
Schwarz, J.; Strautb, M. 1942: Oxyuriasis and appendicitis. Archives of Pathology 33(1): 28-36
Petersen, M.C.; Fahey, J. 1945: Oxyuriasis. Simplified method of diagnosis with glass slide ; incidence in a Minnesota state hospital ; result of treatment with gentian violet. Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 30(3): 259-261
Waring, J.I. 1940: Oxyuris infestation. Archives of Pediatrics 57(10): 615-619
Wax, W.V.; Cooper, N.S. 1941: Oxyvris vermicuians appendicitis. The incidence of Oxyuris vermicularis in a series of 1,016 cases of appendicitis. American Journal of Surgery 52(1): 89-91
Evans, H.H. 1922: Oyster Shell Scale. Agric. Jl, Victoria, B.C. 7(7): 154-155
Anonymous 1939: Oyster culture. Bull. Serv. zootech. Epizoot. Afr. occid. franc 2(3): 71
Coulson, E.J.; Levine, H.; Remington, R.E. 1932: Oysters and Anemia. American Journal of Public Health and the Nation's Health 22(11): 1141-1146
Anonymous 1939: Oysters as food and medicine. Bull. soc. sci. Hyg. aliment 27: 142-149
Black, J.M. 1945: Ozaluria in British troops in India. Brit. Med. J 1: 590-592
Ortlepp, R.J. 1933: Ozolaimus megatyphlon (Rud., 1819) a little known helminth from Iguana tuberculata. Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Science and Animal Industry 1(1): 93-96
Kellerman, K.F. 1932: Ozomiam root-rot-a problem of the eradication of a soil-infecting fnagtus. Journ. Econ. Entom 25(3): 433-434
Kim, S.E.; Yamada, H.; Tsuno, H. 2007: Ozonation parameter for removal of oestrogenicity from secondary effluent without by-products. Water Science and Technology: a Journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research 55(1-2): 233-240
Watson, R.D. 1943: Ozone as a fungicide. Abstr. Thes. Cornell Univ. 1943. 396-399
Keszler, H. 1933: Ozone as an aid to the cold storage of fruit. Mitteilung der Eidgen. Versuchsanstalt fur Obst-, Wein-und Gartenbau in Wadenswil. 3
Khurana, A.; Chynoweth, D.P.; Teixeira, A.A. 2007: Ozone treatment regimen to prevent microbial growth in air-handling systems. Applied Engineering in Agriculture 23(3): 391-395
Pummerer, R.; Rebmann, L. 1933: Ozonization of carotene and beta -ionone. Carotenoids. 4. Ber. d. deutsch. chem. Gesellsch 66: 798-801
Strain, H.H. 1933: Ozonization of lycopene. Formation of levulinic acid and levulinic aldehyde. Journal of Biological Chemistry 102: 151-155
Kenny, M.; Johnston, F.D.; Von Haebler, T.; Miles, A.A. 1937: P-Aminobenzenesulphonamide in Treatment of Bacterium coli Infections of the Urinary Tract. Lancet 233: 119-126
Martin, G.J. 1942: P-Aminobenzoic acid and sulfonamides in rat nutrition. Proceedings Society Exp Biol and Med 51(1): 56-59
Kimmig, J. 1943: P-Aminobenzoic acid and the action of sulphonamides. Klin. Wochenschr 22: 31-34
Knoppers, A.T. 1942: P-Aminobenzoic acid and the antipyretic action of sulphathiazole. Arch, internal. Pharmacodyn 68: 470-477
Park, C.R.; Wood, W.B.rry 1942: P-Aminobenzoic acid as a metabolite essential for bacterial growth. Bull Johns Hopkins Hosp 70(1): 19-25
Lampen, J.O.; Underkofler, L.A.; Peterson, W.H. 1942: P-Aminobenzoic acid, a growth factor for Acetobacter suboxydans. Journal of Biological Chemistry 146: 277-278
Ansbacher, S. 1941: P-Aminobenzoic Acid, a Vitamin. Science 93(2407): 164-165
Markees, S. 1943: P-Aminobenzoic acid, the so called vitamin H. Schweiz.med.Wochenschr 73: 1479-1483
Auhagen, E. 1943: P-Aminobenzoyl-l-glutamic acid, a more active derivative of vitamin H' against sulphonamides. Experiments with Streptobacterium plant arum. Hoppe-Seyl. Z 277: 4-6, 197-204
Auhagen, E. 1943: P-Ammobenzoyi -l -glutamic acid, a derivative of vitamin H more active towards solphonamides. Experiments with Streptobacterium plantarum. Hoppe Seyler's Ztschr 277: 197-204
Darkis, F.R.; Vermillion, H.E.; Gross, P.M. 1940: P-dichloro-benzene as a vapor fumigant : physical and chemical studies. Industr. Engng Chew 32(7): 946-949
L. . . . . . . G.N 1945: P. A. Olsson. Nord. JordbrForskn, 1-2, 44
Bernard, C. 1919: P. Hardwick, the Seed-Bug of the Tea Shrub. Meded. Proefstation voor Thee. Buitenzorg, 67, 11-20
Gablee, H. 1937: P. Udens preying on Larvae of Diprion. Tharandter forstl. Jb, Berlin 88(1): 51-58
Della Beffa, G. 1940: P. atricornis in Piedmont and the Injury done to Marigold, C. arvensis. Boll. Lab. sper. Fitop. Torino, Turin 16(1-4): 1-18
Stroh, G.; Schmid, F. 1938: P. capreoli n.sp., the Commonest Lungworm of Roe Deer. Berl. tierarztl. Wschr 121-123
Rudloff, C.F. 1934: P. cerasifera seedlings from Anatolia and their value to plum breeding. Obst. u. Gemusebau. 80: 21-2
Rudloff, C.F. 1934: P. cerosifera seedlings from Anatolia and their value in plum breeding. Obst- u. Gemuseb 80: 21-22
Ruiz Castro, A. 1941: P. citri in the Vineyards of Almeria. Bol. Pat. veg. Ent. agric, Madrid 10: 157-216. 4 pp
Wiesmann, R. 1938: P. costalis, a new Leaf Sucker of Apple in Switzerland. Schweiz. Z. Obst- u. Weinb, Vienna 47: 15-16, 291-294, 311-314
Lima, A.D.Costa 1930: P. cryptus, a Pest of Coffee and Orange. Mem. Inst. Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro 23(1): 35-39
Donner, M. 1923: P. cuprea, a Fruit Pest. Ent. Jahrb, Leipzig 32: 115-116
D.Meijere, J.C.H. 1938: P. endogena, sp. n., a Chloropid endoparasitic in Caterpillars in Java. Ent. Ber, Amsterdam 10(224): 83-87
Wadowski, S. 1938: P. fasciolaemorpha in Kids. Pam. pans. Inst. nauk. Gosp. wiej. Pulawy, 2, 91-95
Sitowski, L. 1924: P. flammea and its Parasites in Poland. Part II. Rocznikow Nauk Rolniczych, Posen, 12: 18
Aguilo Y Gorsot, J. 1923: P. floccifera, a new Pest of Oranges in Catalonia. Agricultura. Barcelona; Rome, October- 7(18): 496-498
Aragao, H.D.Beaurepaire 1927: P. francai, a new Flagellate of the Latex of M. palmata. Abh. Gebiete Auslandsk. Hamburg. Univ, Hamburg, 26: ii, 1-3
Weidner, H. 1938: P. gabonator as a Pest of Cacao and some Notes on other harmful Species of Phosphorus. Z. PflKrankh, Stuttgart, 48: pt. 4, 210-223
Giovannola, A. 1938: P. gallinaceum Brumpt, Toxoplasma like Bodies and other Inclusions in the Leucocytes of Fowls. R. C. Ist. sanit. pubbl, Roma., 1: 518-531
Bondar, G. 1925: P. infuscalis, a Pest of Tobacco. Correio-agric, Bahia 3(4): 102-103
Vlach, V. 1936: P. interpunctella infesting Walnuts. Acta Soc. ent. Cechosl, Prague 33(4): 184-185
Nageli, W. 1931: P. lineolata, an Oak Sawfly as a Forest Pest. Mitt. schweiz. CentAnst. forstl. Versuchswes, Zurich 17(1): 75-91
Martinez, M. 1944: P. macrophylla Engelm. and its variety Blancoi. Anales del Instituto de Biologia, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico 15: 341-348
Gordon, R.M.; Davey, T.H. 1932: P. malariae in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Ann. Trop. Med. Paras, Liverpool, March 26(1): 65-84. 2 pp
Minkiewicz, S. 1927: P. mali, Schmid. Part ii. Development and Biology. Mem. Inst. not. polon. Econ. rur. Pulawy. Pulawy, viii, 457-528
Speyer, W. 1925: P. melanopus as a Parasite of the Adult of Ceuthorrhynchus quadridens. Also a brief Resume of our existing Knowledge of Hymenopterous Parasites of Adult Beetles. Zeitschr. angew. Ent, Berlin 11(1): 132-146
Enser, K. 1935: P. oleae as a Double of the San Jose Scale. Neu-heiten PflSch, Vienna 28(5): 129-132
Bondar, G. 1924: P. operculella in Brazil. Correio-Agric, Bahia 2(10): 292-294
Urban, C. 1923: P. pedestris and its Development. Entomologische Blätter 19: 127-128
Pinto, D.Fonsec, A.J. 1927: P. pendens, a new Coccid on Eugenia jaboiicaba. Chacaras e Quint, S. Paulo, September 15th 36(3): 268-269
Speyer, W. 1926: P. pomorum, the Parasite of the Apple Blossom Weevil, A. pomorum. Arb. biol. Reichsanst. Land u. Forstw, Berlin 14(3): 231-257 ; 2
Wills, J. 1929: P. quadrata, its Status as a Pest and its Control. Verh. deuts. Ges. angew. Ent., 7. Mitgliederversamml. Munchen, 31. Mai-2. Juni Berlin, 94-101
Brassler, K. 1929: P. raptor as a Pest in Beehives. Z. angew. Ent, Berlin 15(3): 635-637
Sachtleben, H. 1939: P. ruficornis, a new Parasite of the Maize Pyralid. Arb. physiol. angew. Ent. Berl, Berlin 6(4): 365-366
Roesler, R. 1937: P. rufipes as a Pest of Cauliflowers. Anz. Schadlingsk, Berlin, July 15th 13(7): 87-88
Bondar, G. 1928: P. spermophaga, a Pest of Canavalia ensiformis. Correio agric, Bahia 6(6-7): 122-123
Bonne-Wepster, J.; Boxne, C. 1919: P. squamipennis in Surinam. Geneeskundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch-Indie 59(5): 676-679
Andersen, S. 1944: P. supina Schrad. discovered in Denmark (Bornholm). Bot. Tidsskr 46: 269-71
Zirngiebl, L. 1940: P. sylvaticus a Pest of Fruit Trees. Verh. naturh.-med. Ver. Heidelberg. Heidelberg, 18: pt. 3, 207-222
Reich, P. 1935: P. transversa and morta : an example of. Ent. Rdsch. 52: 234-237
Saz, E. 1935: P. triangulum, a Predator of Bees. Bol. Soc. ent. Esp, Saragossa 16(7-9): 79-95
Bergold, G.; Ripper, W. 1937: P. tristis as a Hyperparasite of the Pine Shoot Tortricid, R. buoliana. Z. Parasuenk, Berlin 9(3): 394-417
Dame, F. 1938: P. tumefaciens, the agent of crown gall, and its relation to its host. Zbl Bakt. II. Abt 98: 385-429
Kronenberg, H.G. 1941: P. urticae injurious to Strawberry in Kennemerland. Tijdschr. PIZiekt, 47: 186
Konde, O. 1926: P. variegata a New Pest of Potato.. Rept. Inst. Plant Prot, Latvian Agric. Soc., Riga, 21-22
Kraneveld, F.C.; Djaenoebin, R. 1941: P.M. Diagnosis of Surra in Horses. Ntd.-md. Bl. Diergeneesk 53: 351-364
Dobberstein, J.; Dinter, W. 1941: P.M. Statistics of Cases of Equine Colic. Archiv für Wissenschaftliche und Praktische Tierheilkunde 76: 256-286
Holz, K. 1944: P.M. diagnosis of equine infectious anaemia. Z. InfektKr. Haustiere 80: 287-295
Davis, R.L. 1929: P.O.J. 2876 in Porto Rico. Sugar-News 10(5): 342-343
Lee, A.; Medalla, M. 1931: P.O.J. 2878 is susceptible to Cane smut. Sugar News 12(4): 220-221
Anonymous 1934: P.O.J. 36, an extremely valuable cane variety. Revista Industrial y Agricola de Tucuman 24: 79-83
Frey, W. 1941: P.rufipes on Rape. Mitt, biol. Reichsanst, Berlin, 63, 83-84
Li KeJun; Guan WeiBing; Xu JinLin; Zhang Yan; Zhao LiPing 2007: PCR-DGGE analysis of bacterial diversity of the intestinal system in eight kinds of wild fishes from the Changjiang river estuary. Zhongguo Weishengtaxixue Zazhi / Chinese Journal of Microecology 19(3): 268-269, 272
Ibrahim, R.I.H.; Azuma, J.I.; Sakamoto, M. 2007: PCR-RFLP analysis of the whole chloroplast DNA from three cultivated species of cotton (Gossypium L.). Euphytica 156(1/2): 47-56
McGarry, J.W.; Ortiz, P.L.; Hodgkinson, J.E.; Goreish, I.; Williams, D.J.L. 2007: PCR-based differentiation of Fasciola species (Trematoda: Fasciolidae), using primers based on RAPD-derived sequences. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 101(5): 415-421
León-Tamariz, F.án.; Verbaeys, I.; Van Boven, M.; De Cuyper, M.; Buyse, J.; Clynen, E.; Cokelaere, M. 2007: PEGylation of cholecystokinin prolongs its anorectic effect in rats. Peptides 28(5): 1003-1011
Silber, R.H.; Mushett, C.W. 1942: PH Change at a measure of growth of Lactobacillus casei in vitamin assays. J. BM. Chem 146: 271-272
Winther, O.; Nielsen, E.L. 1939: PH Estimation at Meat Inspection and Its Significance. Skand. VetTidskr 29: 1018-1064
Selvaggi, G. 1934: PH Of gastric juice in gastroduodenal ulceration. Il Policlinico 41: 674-684
Flnkelstein, H.; Marx, W.; Beard, D.; Beard, J.W. 1940: PH Stability of the Virus of Equine Encephalomyelitis (Eastern Strain) Under Various Conditions. J. Infect. Dis 66: 117-126
Gericke, S. 1941: PH and fertilizer requirements of the soya bean. Bodenk. PflErnahr 25: 136-40
Brochet, L. 1932: PH and the Inspection of Meat (Fevered and Fatigued). Rev. gen. Med.vet 41: 201-202
Lanatta, J.F. 1937: PH and the reaction of cultivated soils. Bol. Soc. Quim. Peru, Peru 3: 71-77
Haas, A.R. 1941: pH DETERMINATION IN PLANT TISSUE. Plant Physiology 16(2): 405-409
Mcgeorge, W.T.; Martin, W.P. 1940: PH determination of alkali soils. J. Assoc. Off. Agric. Chem 23: 205-219
Mohr, W.; Bauer, K. 1939: PH estimation in milk products and possible errors in the quinhydrone electrode method. Vorratspflege und Lebensmittelforschung 2: 337-342
Haas, A.R.C. 1938: PH for healthy growth in citrus. California Citrograph 23: 158, 176, 178, 180-181
Virtanen, A.I. 1939: PH in Emmenthal cheese during different stages of manufacture. Meijerit. Aikakausk, 1-2, 21-26
Mohr, W.; Baur, K. 1940: PH in the serum of stored butter. Vorratspflege Lebensmittelforsch 3: 21-24
Von Mallinckrodt Haupt, Asta 1929: PH measurements in fungus cultures. Dermatol Zeitchr 55(5/6): 374-384
Falaschini, A. 1934: PH of Vaginal Secretion of Sterile Cows. La Clinica Veterinaria 57: 898-900
Benetato, G.; Benetato-Modval, M. 1933: PH of blood in cancer. C.R. Soc. Biol 114: 329-331
Schoon, J.G.; Ooms, A. 1933: PH of muscle in normal and diseased animals. Tijdschr. v. Diergeneesk 60: 393-403
Huberty, M.B.; Haas, A.R.C. 1939: PH of soils in relation to moisture. California Citrograph 25(1): 6, 26-29
Meyer, A. 1933: PH of the Blood of Healthy and Diseased Horses. Arch. wiss. prakt. Tierhlk 66: 512-520
Gneist, K. 1932: PH value and acid analysis of silage. Biedermanns Zentralbl. B. Tierernahrung. 4: 483-509
Askew, H.W. 1936: PH values and titratable acidity of apple-juices. N.Z. J. Sci. Tech 18: 131-6
Olson, O.E. 1940: PH values of the contents of the gastro-intestinal tracts of some farm animals. Proc. S. Dak. Acad. Sci 20: 34-41
Sergin, N.P.; Nesmejanova, T.N.; Kuznecov, M.P. 1941: PH, anabiosis and sperm viability. Dokl. AKad. seljskohoz. Nauk. 2, 34-37
Kronacher, C.; Lodemann, G. 1932: PH, buffering capacity and alkali reserve of blood serum in relation to working capacity. Studies on 88 Rhine German horses. Ztschr. f. Ziichtung. B 24: 1-25
K.Kaeutle 1943: Protein crops. Mitt. Landw. Berlin. 58: 512-4
Wiedmann, F. 1934: PUS in Milk. Z. Untersuch. Lebensmitt 67: 174-178
Plotnikov, V. 1913: Pachydissus attacking Poplars. Agriculture of Turkestan, 10, 1038-1040
Anonymous 1916: Pachytylus migratoria in the Province of Semipalatinsk. The Agricultural Gazette, Petrograd 120(4): 99-100
Dixon, L.B. 1941: Pacific Coast Hemlock and domestic markets.. B.C. Lumberm 25(7): 24-6
Anonymous 1941: Pacific Coast Hemlock as a construction material. B.C. Lumberm 25(10): 61-2
Perham, A.N. 1938: Pacific Coast species in New Zealand forestry. N.Z. Jnl. For 4: 158-61
Weiss, F.; Mcwhorter, F.P. 1930: Pacific Coast survey for Rose mosaic. Plant Disease Reporter 14(20): 203-205
Sippel, W.L. 1942: Pacinian Corpuscles in Peripheral Nerves. Cornell Vet 32: 314-316
Larey, R.W. 1944: Packaging. Chem. Engng. News (News Ed.). 22: 940, 942, 945
Anonymous 1945: Packaging and storing dehydrated foods. 13. Dehydrated sweet potatoes. Food Indust 17(2): 91-93
Anonymous 1944: Packaging and storing dehydrated foods. 3. Powdered dehydrated carnberries. Food Indust 16(4): 76-78
Anonymous 1944: Packaging and storing dehydrated foods. 6. Dehydrated tomato juice cocktail. Food Indust 135(7): 86-89
Woodcock, A.H. 1945: Packaging. II. A cellulose-base container for modified vacuum packing. Canadian Jour Res Sect F Technol 23(2): 117-122
Armitage, H.M. 1935: Packing Materials as possible Plant Pest Carriers. Bull. Dep. Agric. Calif, Sacramento, Calif 24: 310-316
Winter, J.D., E.Al. 1935: Packing Minnesota fruits for market. Bull. Minn. agric. Exp. Sta, 323: 18
Krone, B.P. 1937: Packing apples and pears for export. J. Dep. Agric. Vict 35: 25-32
Gregory, J.H. 1935: Packing bananas for market. Qd. agric. J 44: 468-84; 601-21; 750-9
Whittaker, E.C. 1940: Packing charts for peaches and plums. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 51: 625-8
Kivenko, S. 1945: Packing dried milk products. Myas. Mol. Prom, 2, 47-49,
Coulter, S.T.; Jenness, R. 1945: Packing dry whole milk in inert gas. Tech Bull Minnesota Agric Exp Sta 167: 32
Gregory, J.H. 1944: Packing grapes for market. Qd agric. J 58: 82-8
Gregory, J.H. 1944: Packing houses and their equipment. Qd Agric. J 58: 151-77
Schwarz, G.; Beinert, B. 1941: Packing materials for Camembert cheese. Molkereiztg, Hildesh, 55: 84/85, 1127-1129
Philpott, M.W. 1940: Packing raw rubber. Quart. Circ. Ceylon Rubb. Res. Scheme 17: 272-7
D.P.essis, S.J.; Reyneke, J. 1943: Packing, handling and transport of table grapes. Fmg S. Afr 18: 439-42
Severin, H.H.P.; Basinger, A.J. 1922: Pacts concerning Migration of Beet Leafhopper (Eutettix tenella, Baker) in Sacramento Valley of California. Jl. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 15(6): 404-411
Sharma, S.V. 1936: Paddy Breeding Station, Nagenahalli. J. Mysore Agric. Exp. Un 15: 21-30
Austin, G.D. 1923: Paddy Fly (Leptocorisa varicornis), F.). Year-book Dept. Agric. Ceylon, Peradeniya, 52-53
Molegode, W. 1943: Paddy cultivation in Kandy. Tropical Agriculture 99(3): 152-156
Anonymous 1937: Paddy cultivation. (How to obtain higher yields.). Leafl. Dep. Agric. Ceylon. 93: 2
Witinantakit, K.; Prachayawarakorn, S.; Nathakaranakule, A.; Soponronnarit, S. 2006: Paddy drying using adsorption technique: experiments and simulation. Drying Technology 24(5): 609-617
Paul, W.R.C.; Joachim, A.W.R. 1938: Paddy manurial and cultural experiments at Paranthan Paddy Station. Tropical Agriculture 41: 135-143
Ponomarev, N.A. 1937: Paddy-machine for cleaning seed of forage plants. Selek. Semen-ovod, 10, 39-43
Jack, H.W. 1933: Padi experiments in Malaya 1932-33. Selection and varietal trials. Malaya Agric. J 21: 605-30
Anonymous 1931: Padi experiments in Malaya, 1930-31. Malayan Agric. J 19: 577-92
Wilshaw, R.G.H. 1939: Padi fertilizing and minor cultural trials, seasons 1937-1938 and 1938- 1939. Malay. Agric. J 27: 513-529
Jagoe, R.B. 1937: Padi selection and varietal trials 1936-1937. Malay. Agric. J 25: 493-524
Jagoe, R.B. 1938: Padi selection and varietal trials 1937-38. Malay Agric. J 26: 497-529
Jagoe, R.B. 1939: Padi selection and varietal trials 1938-1939. Malay. Agric. J 27: 468-512
Codd, L.E.W. 1934: Padi variety trials conducted during 1933. Agric. J. Brit. Guiana 5: 36-38
Isaka, M.; Palasarn, S.; Lapanun, S.; Sriklung, K. 2007: Paecilodepsipeptide A, an antimalarial and antitumor Cyclohexadepsipeptide from the insect pathogenic fungus Paecilomyces cinnamomeus BCC 9616. Journal of Natural Products 70(4): 675-678
Bequaert, J. 1932: Paederus signaticornis Sharp, the Cause of vesicular Dermatitis in Guatemala (Coleoptera : Staphylinidae). Bull. Brooklyn Ent. Soc, Brooklyn, N.Y. 27(2): 107-112
Kollath, W. 1937: Paediatrics and vitamin theories. Wien. klin. Wochenschr 50: 1317-1321
Scott, A.C. 1938: Paedogenesis in the Coleoptera. Zeitschr Morph U Okol Tiere 33(4): 633-653
Lyon, E. 1942: Paget's disease and hyperthyroidism. Schweiz. med. Wochenschr 72: 592-596
Anonymous 1927: Pahala blight studies in Hawaii. Facts about Sugar 22: 44, 1064-1065
Waterston, D. 1934: Pain and the Mechanism of its Production. British Medical Journal 2(3858): 1087-1089
Sliosberg, A. 1939: Pain in amputation stomps and its treatment with synthetic vitamin B1. Ztschr. Vitaminjorsch 8: 334-338
Wurth, K. 1942: Painting organic building materials. Bauingenieur 23: 144-5
Moll, F. 1940: Painting over carbolineum. Farben-Chem, 11: 1012
Vidal, J.L. 1936: Painting pruning wounds with various iron salts to cure chlorosis of grape vines. Progr. agric. vitic 106: 515-6
Galloway, L.D. 1937: Paints and mould growth: causes and remedies described. Paint Varn. Lacq. Manuf 7(10): 317-318
Sansome, E.R. 1939: Pairing behaviour and chiasma formation in plants with a structurally heterozygous pair in Pisum. Genetica 21: 420-433
Jackson, C.H.N. 1945: Pairing of Glossina morsitans Westwood with G. swynnertoni Austen (Di ptera). Proc. R. ent. Soc, Lond., 20: 106
Hakansson, A. 1944: Pairing of chromosomes in two Salix hybrids.. Hereditas, Lund. 30: 639-41
Von Szelenyi, G. 1938: Palaearctic Scelionidae. Annales Historico-Naturales Musei Hungarici 31: 108-128
Soreghan, G.S.; Moses, A.M.; Soreghan, M.J.; Hamilton, M.A.; Fanning, C.M.; Link, P.K. 2007: Palaeoclimatic inferences from upper Palaeozoic siltstone of the Earp Formation and equivalents, Arizona-New Mexico (USA). Sedimentology 54(3): 701-719
Hansen, H.P. 1939: Palaeoecology of a Central Washington bog. Ecology 20: 563-8
Mangold, E.; Stotz, H. 1937: Palatability and digestibility of new fodders containing urea. Landwirtsch. Versuchs-Stat 128: 199-204
Robison, W.L. 1944: Palatability and feeding value of different corns for pigs. Ohio Agric Expt Sta Bimo Bull 29(228): 188-206
Bohstedt, G.; Rupel, I.W.; King, W.A.; Peterson, W.H.; Hegsted, D.M. 1937: Palatability and nutritive value of A. I. V. and molasses-alfalfa silage for dairy cows. Proc. Amer. Soc. Animal Prod: 51-54
Thomson, L.B. 1927: Palatability and nutritive value of range plants. Dominion Range Exp. Stat., Manyberries, Alberta. Results of Experiments, 36. 46-47
Stapledon, R.G. 1934: Palatability and the management of the poorer grass lands. J. Minist. Agric. Engl 41: 321-328
Branaman, G.A. 1936: Palatability of cottonseed and linseed meals. Quart. Bull. Mich. Agric. Exp. Stat 18: 253-254
Tiemann, A.; Muller, G. 1933: Palatability of different grasses and clovers with free choice grazing. Arch. f. Tierernahrung u. Tierzucht. 9: 253-265
Fuelleman, R.F.; Burlison, W.L. 1941: Palatability of pasture plants. Trans. Ill. Acad. Sci 34: 51-5
Lemmel, G. 1938: Palatability of rye bread. Munch, med. Wochenschr 85: 617-620
Monroe, C.F.; Hayden, C.C. 1938: Palatability of soybean meals for dairy cows. Bi-m. Bull Ohio Agric. Exp. Stat 23: 209-214
Fenton, F.; Gifft, H. 1943: Palatability studies of commercially dehydrated vegetables. Fd Res 8: 364-76
Fenton, F.; Gifft, H. 1943: Palatability studies of commercially dehydrated vegetables. 1. Effect of several methods of storage on palatability of beets, cabbage, and rutabagas. 2. Effect of several common refreshing and cooking methods on palatability and water absorption of beets, cabbage, potatoes, rutabagas, and yellow turnips. Food Res 8: 364-376
Stewart, G.F.; Hanson, H.L.; Lowe, B. 1943: Palatability studies on poultry: a comparison of three methods for handling poultry prior to evisceration. Food Res 8: 202-211
Parker, J.R.; Strand, A.L.; Seamans, H.L. 1921: Pale Western Cutworm (Porosagroiis orthogonia, Morr.). Jl. Agric. Res, Washington, D.C., November 5th 22(6): 289-321
Langebon, M.; Guerra, P. 1941: Pale and dark sectors of yeast colonies. Ann. Parasit. hum. comp 18: 95-111
Hartley, C. 1927: Pale dwarf disease of Peanut (Arachis hypogaea). Phytopath 17(4): 217-225
Darrah, W.C. 1945: Paleobotanical work in Latin America. Plants and Plant Science in Latin America p 181-183
Hansen, H.P. 1940: Paleoecology of a montane peat deposit at Bonaparte Lake, Washington. Northwest Sci 14(3): 60-68
Hansen, H.P. 1941: Paleoecology of a peat deposit in west central Oregon. American Journal of Botany 28(3): 206-212
Gilbert, S.J. 1936: Palestine Government Veterinary Laboratory. Report by the Veterinary Pathologist. Rep. Dep. Agric, Palestine, 64-68
Anonymous 1934: Palestine import regulations. Cyprus Agric. Journ 29(2): 56-57
Reifenberg, A.; Moshicky, S. 1941: Palestine peat in relation to other peats. Soil Science 51(3): 173-180
Reicheet, I. 1940: Palestine. Diseases of ornamental plants. Int. Bull. Pl. Prot, 14: 10; 12, 181M ; 229M-238M
Reicheet, I. 1939: Palestine: diseases of field crops. Int. Bull. Pl. Prot 13(9): 204-210
Reichert, L 1939: Palestine: diseases of fruiting plants (except Citrus). Int. Bull. Pl. Prot 13(12): 277-293
Reichert, I. 1939: Palestine: diseases of vegetable crops. Int. Bull. Pl. Prot 13(10): 225-240
Aylesworth, P.F. 1935: Pallet and broiler production costs. Quart. Butt. Mich. Agric. Exp. Stat 17: 136-141
Subrahmanian, K. 1937: Pallisentis nagpurensis (Acanthocephala) (Bhalerao, 1931). Zoologischer Anzeiger 119(3-4): 111-112
Sidenius, E. 1921: Palm Oil Soap for Spraying. Deli Proefst Medan, Vlugschr, 11: 2
Swezey, O.H. 1928: Palm Seed Scolytids in Hawaii (Col.). Proc. Hawaii. Ent. Soc, Honolulu 7(1): 185-187
Sharples, A. 1928: Palm diseases in Malaya. Malayan Agric Jour 16(9/10): 313-360
Temperton, H.; Dudley, F.J. 1940: Palm kernel and earthnut meals in the rations for laying pullets. Harper Adams Utility Poultry J 25: 285-287
Hunter, R.P.; Scott, A. 1941: Palm oil carotenoids. 1. The isolation of lipoid pigments bom a Sherbro palm oil. Biochem. J 35: 31-38
Hunter, R.F.; Scott, A.D.; Williams, N.E. 1944: Palm oil carotenoids: 3. Examination of the lipoid pigments present in ;Malay' and ;Bissao' palm oils. Biochemical Journal 38(3): 209-211
Hunter, R.F.; Scott, A.D. 1944: Palm oil carotenoids: 4. The proportion of alpha- to beta-carotene in unripe and ripe palm oils and attempted interconversion of alpha- and beta-carotenes. Biochemical Journal 38(3): 211-213
Wilkinson, H. 1941: Palm oil carotenoids. Addendum to paper by Hunter and Scott in this journal, 1941, 35, 31. Biochem. J, 35: 824
Beeley, F.; Baptist, E.D.C. 1939: Palm oil diluent for tar oil fungicides and its effect on bark renewal of Hevea. J. Rubb. Res. Inst, Malaya 9(1): 40-50
Hunter, R.F.; Scott, A.D.; Edisbury, J.R. 1942: Palm oil earotenoids. 2. The isolation of lipoid pigments from a West African plantation oil and some remarks on the isomerization of earotenoids. Biochem. J 36: 697-702
Singh, R.D.; Khan, S. 1939: Palman-Suffaid-A fine, high-yielding variety of rice. Seas. Notes Punjab Agric. Dep 18(2): 15-18
Bondar, G. 1939: Palms of Bahia of the genus Cocos. Bol. Inst. cent. Fom. econ. Bahia, 4: 19
Bondar, G. 1939: Palms of Bahia, Brazil. Bol. Inst. cent. Fom. econ. Bahia, 6: 22
Burret, M. 1938: Palms of Brazil and their economic uses. Tropenpflanzer 41: 477-502
Bailey, L.H. 1942: Palms of the Mascarenes. Gentes Herbarum, Ithaca, N.Y 6(2): 51-104
Bailey, L.H. 1942: Palms of the Seychelles. Gentes Herbarum, Ithaca, N.Y. 6(1): 1-48
Mutua, F.K.; Randolph, T.F.; Arimi, S.M.; Kitala, P.M.; Githigia, S.M.; Willingham, A.L.; Njeruh, F.M. 2007: Palpable lingual cysts, a possible indicator of porcine cysticercosis, in Teso District, Western Kenya. Journal of Swine Health and Production 15(4): 206-212
Skryabin, K.I.; Evranova, V.G. 1942: Palpal apparatus of the male of the nematode Oxyuris equi, parasitic of the horse. Comptes Rendus (Doklady) de l'Academie des Sciences de l'URSS 35(4): 125-128
D.Cerqueira Falcao, E. 1927: Palpebral Myiasis due to D. hominis, Say. Brasil-Medico. Rio de Janeiro 41: 40, 1038-1042
Marchoux, E 1926: Paludisme. Nouveau Traite Med. and Therap, Paris, J.B. Bailliere and Fils, 5: 366. Price: Fr. 76
Paisseau, G.; Loubrieu 1921: Paludisme autochtone a Plasmodium praecox. Bull. Soc. Path. Exot, Paris, May 11th 14(5): 268-273
Craviotti, C. 2002: Pampas family farms and technological change: strategies and perspectives towards genetically modified crops and no-tillage systems. International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food 10(1): 23-30
Anonymous 1945: Pampas grass. N. Z. J. Agric 17: 471-6
Aston, B.C.; Grimmett, R.E.R.; Shorland, F.B. 1936: Pampas grass (Cortaderia Selloana (Schult) Aschers and Graben) : a new supplementary fodder for ruminants in New Zealand. Empire J. Exp. Agric 4: 332-342
Aston, B.C.; Grimmett, R.E.R. 1936: Pampas grass (Cortaderia selloana) as fodder. Recent investigations. N.Z.J. Agric 52: 267-75
Allan, H.H.; Zotov, V.D. 1935: Pampas grass and its identification. N. Z. J. Agric 50: 274-81
Anonymous 1933: Pampas grass as a fodder crop. Rhod. Agric. J 30: 141-2
Aston, B.C. 1934: Pampas grass as winter cow-feed. N. Z. J. Agric 48: 285-91
Syme, P.S. 1940: Pampas grass is a valuable winter fodder. N.Z. J. Agric 61: 93-96
Ward, F.E. 1945: Pampas grass trial in Southern Tasmania. Tasm. J. Agric 16: 152-154
Aston, B.C. 1932: Pampas-grass and toetoe. Experience with pampas as winter fodder. N. Z. J. Agric 45: 212-214
Grimmett, R.E.R. 1935: Pampas-grass as fodder. N.Z.J. Sci. Tech 17: 531-5
Anonymous 1942: Pamphlet No. 5 of the Central Experiment Stations' Association. Prescription for the preparation of Bordeaux mixture. Bergcultures 16(1): 5-7
Anonymous 1923: Pan-African Veterinary Conference. Trypanosomiasis. Farmers' Jl, Nairobi, May 10th May 17th May 24th. 5: 20 21, 24-30 28-29 9
Matzulevitch, B.P. 1932: Pan-Soviet State Assoc. Control of Peats and Diseases in Agric., and Silvic. Leningrad, Publ, 10: 24
Bassen, J.L. 1940: Panagrolaimus hygrophilus n. sp., a nematode found in decayed tubers of the waterlily root, Nelumbium nucifera Gaertn. Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 7(2): 101-103
Editorial. 1933: Panama disease. J. Jamaica Agr. Soc 37: 138-9
Hansford, C.G.; Sutherland, J.B. 1925: Panama disease of Bananas. Journ. Jamaica Agric. Soc 29(6): 237-240
Smith, F.E.V. 1932: Panama disease of Bananas in Jamaica. Jamaica Dept. of Sci. & Agric., Microbiol. Bull, 1: 22
Wabdlaw, C.W.; Mcguiee, L.P. 1929: Panama disease of Bananas. Reports on seieatinc visits to the Bamana grow.ing of the West Indies, Central and South America. Empire Marketing Board Publ 20: 97
Park, M. 1933: Panama disease of Plantains. Tropical​ ​Agriculturist 81(5): 330-333
Wardlaw, C.W. 1929: Panama disease research. Tropical Agriculture 6(7): 192-197
Wardlaw, C.W. 1930: Panama disease research. A discussion of tlie relation of results obtained to field conditions. Tropical Agriculture 7(10): 278-281
Wardlaw, C.W. 1933: Panama disease. A review of the occurrence of Panama disease on the Cavendish or Dwarf Banana in the Canary Islands. Tropical Agriculture 10(6): 151-154
Smith, F.E.V. 1932: Panama disease. The use of chemicals for killing Bananas in the treatment of Panama disease. Tropical Agriculture 9(3): 83-86
Hess, H.E. 1940: Panama milk supply. Vet. Bull. U.S. Army 34(1): 229-233
Mathivanan, R.; Kalaiarasi, K. 2007: Panchagavya and Andrographis paniculata as alternatives to antibiotic growth promoters on haematological, serum biochemical parameters and immune status of broilers. Journal of Poultry Science 44(2): 198-204
Dohmen, H.J. 1935: Pancreas and diastase. Deutsch. Ztschr. Chirurg 244: 620-630
Shapiro, B.; Wertheimer, E. 1940: Pancreas and liver fat. Arch Internat Pharmacodyn Et Ther 64(3): 265-272
Adlersberg, D.; Wachstein, M. 1937: Pancreas and salt metabolism. Experimental and clinical studies. Klin. Wochenschr 16: 85-88
Burggraaf, H. 1935: Pancreas-distomatose. Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde 62(9): 479-481
Lukens, F.D.W. 1937: Pancreatectomy in the pig. American Journal of Physiology 118(2): 321-327
Britton, S.W.; Corey, E.L. 1941: Pancreatic and cortico-adrenal involvement in carbohydrate regulation. American Journal of Physiology 131(3): 790-798
Willstatter, R.; Rohdewald, M. 1933: Pancreatic desmotrypsin. 2. Enzymes of the cells of tissues and glands. Hoppe Seyler's Ztschr. f. physiol. Chem 218: 77-94
Mirsky, I.A.; Nelson, N.; Grayman, I.; Elgart, S. 1942: Pancreatic diabetes in the monkey. Endocrinology 31(2): 264-270
Nelson, N.; Elgart, S.; Mirsky, I.A.thur 1942: Pancreatic diabetes in the owl. Endocrinology 31(1): 119-123
Greeley, P.O. 1937: Pancreatic diabetes in the rabbit. Proceedings Society Exp Biol and Med 37(2): 309-312
Dubost, P.; Bovet, D. 1944: Pancreatic diabetes in. the rat caused by administration of alloxan. C.R. Soc. Biol 138: 441-442
Pierre. 1939: Pancreatic endocrinology. Rev.Med. vet. Toulouse -40. 91: 482-501
Bradley, H.C.; Belfer, S. 1936: Pancreatic enzymes and tissue metabolism. Amer. J. Digest. Dis. Nutrit 3: 220-223
Andersen, D.H. 1942: Pancreatic enzymes in the duodenal juice in the celiac syndrome. American Journal of Diseases of Children 63(4): 643-658
Maddock, C.L.; Farber, S.; Shwachman, H. 1943: Pancreatic function and disease in early life. 2. Effect of secretin on pancreatic function of infants and children. Amer. J. Dis. Child 66: 370-375
Shwachman, H.; Farber, S.; Haddock, C.L. 1943: Pancreatic function and disease in early life. 3. Methods of analyzing pancreatic enzyme activity. Amer. J. Dis. Child 66: 418-124
Farber, S. 1943: Pancreatic insufficiency and the celiac syndrome. New England Journal of Medicine 229: 653-657; 682-687
Demole, M. 1941: Pancreatic insufficiency in dyspepsias. Helv. med. Ada. 7: 663-670
Chiray.; Berdet.; Taschner. 1931: Pancreatic lipase in blood serum. Arch. des maladies de I'appareil digestif et de la nutrition. 21: 1137-1154. 6 figs
Baumann, E.; Laeverenz, P. 1934: Pancreatic lyo- and desmolipases. 4th communication on cell enzymes of tissue and glands in the series begun by Willstatter and Rohdewald. Ztschr.f. physiol. Chem 283: 1-20
Lagerlof, H.; Welin, G. 1937: Pancreatic secretion after secretin during insulin hypoglycemia and after graded amounts of seeretin. Acta med. scand 91: 397-408
Hermann, H. 1933: Pancreatic secretion elicited through the nervous system. C.R. Soc. Biol 112: 1609-1612
Comfort, M.W.; Osterberg, A.E. 1941: Pancreatic secretion in man after administration of different stimulants: a comparative study. Amer. J. Digest. Dis 8: 337-344
Harbitz, F. 1939: Pancreatic steatorrhoea in a dog. Norsk Vet 51: 425-438
Mosenthal, H.O. 1937: Pancreatitis and diabetes. Ann. Int. Med 11: 1001-1013
Anselmino, K.J.; Hoffmann, F. 1933: Pancreatotropic substance from anterior pituitary. 1. Preparation and properties of the substance. Klin. Wochenschr 12: 1435-1438
Marks, H.P.; Young, F.G. 1940: Pancreo-tropic factor of the anterior pituitary lobe. Lancet 239: 710-712
Sakharoff, G.P.; Rossiisky, D.M. 1937: Pancreotoxin treatment in diabetes mellitus. Acta med. scand 93: 239-247
Dalgaard, J.B. 1945: Panereolithiasis in cattle. Skand. VetTidskr 35: 362-366
Dunn, T.B.; Kessel, A.M. 1945: Paneth cells in carcinomas of the small intestine in a mouse and in a rat. Jour Nation Cancer Inst 6(2): 113-118
Gould, G.E. 1931: Pangaeus uhleri, a Pest of Spinach. J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 24(2): 484-486
Bassi, E. 1942: Panic grass and millet. ltal. agric 79: 359-62
Camus, A. 1934: Panicum ihosyense A. Camus, new species belonging to the section Pseudolasiacis. Bull. Soc. bot. Fr 81: 54-5
Patel, C.B. 1943: Panicum miliaceum (Guj-aratichena), a new raw material for starch industry. Current Science 12: 325
White, J.S.L. 1943: Panicum miliaceum (Meneri). A promising short-aged food crop. Tropical​ ​Agriculturist 99: 207-211
Boehme. 1942: Panicum miliaceum as main crop after winter forage plant catch crops. Dtsch. landw. Pr, 69: 44
Mueller, H.; Richter, H. 1943: Panicum miliaceum should be disinfected. Mitt. Landw, 58: 289
Ruotsalainen, A. 1939: Panniculus adiposus as a measure of nutritional state in school children. Ztechr. Kinderheilk 60: 648-659