EurekaMag
+ Translate
+ Most Popular
Advantages and disadvantages of bordeaux mixture and of lime-sulphur used on apples in the growing season
Observations on the Umaria marine bed
10 years of hearing conservation in the Royal Air Force
Chocolate crumb - dairy ingredient for milk chocolate
Effect of daily gelatin ingestion on human scalp hair
Comparison of rice bran and maize bran as feeds for growing and fattening pigs
The composition of pampas-grass (Cortaderia argentea.)
The Accraian Series:
The mechanism of the Liebermann-Burchard reaction of sterols and triterpenes and their esters
Cerebrovascular Doppler ultrasound studies (cv-Doppler)
Toria: PT-303 - first national variety
Hair growth promoting activity of tridax procumbens
Productivity of Pekin x Khaki Campbell ducks
A stable cytosolic expression of VH antibody fragment directed against PVY NIa protein in transgenic potato plant confers partial protection against the virus
Solar treatment of wheat loose smut
Swimmers itch in the Lake of Garda
Bactofugation and the Bactotherm process
The effects of prefrontal lobotomy on aggressive behavior in dogs
Visual rating scales for screening whorl-stage corn for resistance to fall armyworm
Breakdown of seamounts at the trench axis, viewed from gravity anomaly
Kooken; pennsylvania's toughest cave
Recovery of new dinosaur and other fossils from the Early Cretaceous Arundel Clay facies (Potomac Group) of central Maryland, U.S.A
Zubor horny (Bison bonasus) v prirodnych podmienkach Slovensku
The extended Widal test in the diagnosis of fevers due to Salmonella infection
Hair of the american mastodon indicates an adaptation to a semi aquatic habitat

List of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag Chapter 13466

Chapter 13466 contains a list of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag.




Plant responses induced by certain chemical growth regulators
, Univ Colorado Stud Ser D Phys And Biol Sci 2(1): 13-24 (1943)

Plant root associated bacteria for zinc mobilization in rice
, Pakistan Journal of Botany 39(1): 245-253 (2007)

Plant saponins
, Dietary Supplements for the health and quality of cultured fish: 178-192 (2007)

Plant secretins
, Skand. Arch. f. Physiol 70: 126-132 (1934)

Plant selection and breeding in relation to soil conservation
, Northwest Science 12: 58-62 (1938)

Plant selection and cereal rusts
, Viaja Agric 24: 72-79 (1933)

Plant selection at the pedigree State farm Omsk
, Sovhoz. Proizvod, 6, 23-8 (1945)

Plant selection in native cotton plots
, Emp. Cott. Gr. Rev 15: 295-300 (1938)

Plant signalling components EDS1 and SGT1 enhance disease caused by the necrotrophic pathogen Botrytis cinerea
, New phytologist 175(1): 131-139 (2007)

Plant sociological description of the Phragmitetalia
, Ned kruidk. Arch, 52: Med. Zuiderzeccommissie 44, 237-302 (1942)

Plant sociological observations in economic forests.
, Schweiz. Z. Forstw 93: 55-61, 84-90 (1942)

Plant sociological observations in the woods of the Chasserai region (Bernese and Neuenburg Jura)
, Ber. Schweiz. bot. Ges 50: 545-66 (1940)

Plant sociological studies in northern Russia. II. The tundra on the south coast of the White Sea and the problem of the secondary tundras
, Beitr. Biol Pfl 21: 117-31 (1933)

Plant sociology and soil science studies in Swiss broadleaf forests.
, Mitt. schweiz. Anst. forstl. Versuchsw 23: 7-132 (1943)

Plant species adapted to the southern prairies and Great Plains
, Rep. Amer. Soil Surv. Ass. 16th Meeting, Bull. 17, 127-31 (1936)

Plant species richness, elevated CO2, and atmospheric nitrogen deposition alter soil microbial community composition and function
, Global Change Biology 13(5): 980-989 (2007)

Plant species with potential as food, nesting material, or tools at a chimpanzee refuge site in Caddo Parish, Louisiana
, International Journal of Primatology 28(1): 135-158 (2007)

Plant stand and pasture yield
, Mitt. dtsck. LandwGes 48: 1024-6 (1933)

Plant stands and soils of meadows in southern Hanover
, J. Landw 88: 167-84 (1941)

Plant stimulation aids in control of Pissodes nemorensis on Cedrus deodara
, Jour Econ Ent 36(2): 345 (1943)

Plant succession and Pine regeneration
, Aust. For 6: 87-96 (1942)

Plant succession and grazing capacity on clay soils in Southern New Mexico
, J. Agric. Res 43: 1027-51 (1931)

Plant succession as a result of grazing and of meadow desiccation by erosion since settlement in 1862
, J. For 38: 613-26 (1940)

Plant succession at Long Pond, Long Island, New York
, Butler Univ Bot Stud 7: 74-88 (1945)

Plant succession in Norwegian Lapland
, J. Ecol 24: 372-91 (1936)

Plant succession in a forest on the Lower Northeast Slope of Serra Geral, Rio Grande do Sul, and Holocene palaeoenvironments, Southern Brazil
, Acta Botanica Brasilica 21(1): 1-10 (2007)

Plant succession in the Bies-bos
, Ned. kruidk. Arch 52: 157-8 (1942)

Plant succession in the Larrea-Flourensia climax
, Ecology 21(2): 206-212 (1940)

Plant succession on abandoned farm land in the vicinity of New Orleans, Louisiana
, American Midland Nat 33(2): 520-529 (1945)

Plant succession on abandoned fields in the central Wisconsin sand plain area
, Bull Torrey Bot Club 70(1): 34-41 (1943 )

Plant succession on scoria buttes of western North Dakota
, Ecology 20(2): 335-336 (1939)

Plant succession on solonetz soils in western North Dakota
, Ecology 18(4): 516-522 (1937)

Plant succession on subalpine grasslands as affected by livestock management
, Northwest Sci 15(1): 3-5 (1941)

Plant succession on talus slopes in northern Idaho as influenced by slope exposure
, Bull Torrey Bot Club 70(5): 473-480 (1943)

Plant symptoms of boron deficiency and the effects of borax on the yield and chemical composition of several crops
, Soil Sci 54(1): 55-65 (1942)

Plant test for vitamin B1
, Ztschr. Vitaminforsch 4: 67-75 (1935)

Plant tests as a guide to fertilizer treatment of tomatoes
, Proceedings American Society Hort Science 38: 621-622 (1941)

Plant thinning (spacing) of strawberries as it affects yields, plant growth and cultural methods
, Trans. Peninsula hort. Soc. 1939. 142-6 (1939)

Plant tissue testing
, Sci Agric ottawa 24(9): 437-442 (1944)

Plant tissue tests versus soil tests for determining the availability of nutrients for tobacco
, Virginia Agric Exp Sta Tech Bull 84: 1-15 (1943)

Plant toxicity trials with so-called Saurenebeln
, Angewandte Botanik 13: 262-290 (1931)

Plant tumors and their relation to cancer
, Bot. Rev 2(9): 439-455 (1936)

Plant tumours and production of mutation by J0rgensen method
, Bull. Appl. Bot. Leningrad, 1936. 9: 71-123 (1936)

Plant utilization in the alpine woodland pasture belt. IV. Improvement of the nutritive value of alpine pastures
, Wien. landw. Ztg, 91: 2 (1941)

Plant vagrants in America
, Papers Michigan Acad Sci Arts And Letters 15: 65-79 (1932)

Plant virases U; viras diseases of plants
, Tabul. biol. Den Haag 17(1): 26-71 (1939)

Plant virus diseases and insect vectors
, Rev. hort 113: 373-6 (1941)

Plant virus diseases and their control. Transactions of the conference on plant virus diseases. Moscow, 4-7 February, 1940
, Plant virus diseases and their control. Transactions of the conference on plant virus diseases. Moscow, 4-7, Microbiol. Inst. Acad. Sci. U.S.S.R., 340 (1941)

Plant viruses and heredity
, C.R. Soc. Biol 122: 814-15 (1936)

Plant viruses and virus diseases
, Nature. Lond., 155: 3928, 156-158 (1945)

Plant viruses in Queensland. I
, Univ Queensland Papers Dept Biol 1(11): 1-5 (1939)

Plant yield in relation to various supplies of carbonates of potassium, sodium and magnesium
, Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR. Biol. Ser, 3, 1023-48 (1937)

Plant's response to sharp variation of temperature
, C. R. (Doklady) Acad. Sci. URSS 24: 492-5 (1939)

Plant's uptake of potassium and yield as induced by sodium chloride
, C. R. (Doklady) Acad. Sci. URSS 22: 127-30 (1939)

Plant- and fruit-pruning as a means of increasing fruit set in muskmelon breeding
, Proceedings American Society Hort Science 40: 415-420 (1942)

Plant-Louse Notes from California
, Jl. Econ. Entom, Concord, Feb 7(1): 127-136 (1914)

Plant-Mites injurious to Horticulture
, The Horticulturist. Rostov-on-Don, January 16(1): 40-45 (1917)

Plant-available phosphate and phosphate extracted by sodium acetate buffer
, Proc. Amer. Soc. Sug. Beet Tech, 305-312 (1940)

Plant-based manipulation of nitrification in soil: a new approach to managing N loss?
, Plant and Soil 294(1/2): 1-4 (2007)

Plant-breeding ; its practices and scientific evolution
, Sci. J. Roy. Coll. Sci, Lond 1: 74-95 (1931)

Plant-bug Injury to the Grape-vine
, Zeitschr.f. Pflanzenkrankheiten, Stuttgart 26(6-7): 323-329 (1916)

Plant-disease investigations
, Rep. P.R. agric. Exp. Sta., 1937. 67-69 (1937)

Plant-disease problems confronting truck farmers in Trinidad Valley and the vicinity of Baguio, Mountain Province, Philippine Islands
, Philippine Jour Sci 53(1): 67-95 (1934)

Plant-geographical observations on central-European forest communities. I. On the status of the north-west-German Oak/Birch forest.
, Ber. dtsch. bot. Ges 59: 69-82 (1941)

Plant-growth substances as selective weed-killers. Differential effect of plant-growth substances on plant species
, Nature 155: 497-8 (1945)

Plant-protectives for the control of diseases and pests in agriculture, fruit-growing, viticulture, and horticulture
, Pflanzenschutzmittel zur Bekampfung von Krankheiten and Schadlingen im Feld-, Obst-, Wein- und Gartenbau, Eidgenossische Versuchsanstalt fur Obst-, Wein- und Gartenbau, Wadenswil, Zurich, 29 (1944)

Plant-protectives-yesterday, today, and tomorrow
, Z. PflKrankh 53(1-3): 93-106 (1943)

Plant-sociology and the study of plant-succession.
, Ztschr. Bot 31: 545-559 (1937)

Plant-tissue testing in diagnosis of the nutritional status of growing plants
, Soil Sci 55(1): 113-120 (1943)

Plant-tissue tests as a guide to the fertilization of tomatoes and potatoes
, Veg. Growers Assoc. Am. Ann. Rept, 58-73 (1945)

Plant-to-the-row tests on seedlings of strawberry
, Philipp. J. Agric 9: 335-45 (1938)

Plant-virus differentiation by trypan-blue reactions within infected tissue
, Stain Technol 16(4): 143-148 (1941)

Plantae Duqueanae
, Notizbl. bot. Gart. Berl 13: 489-500 (1937)

Plantae Mellianae Sinensis. III
, Beih. Bot. Cbl, 56 B: 448-82 (1937)

Plantae Novae Japonicae
, Repert. Spec. nov. Regn. veg 36: 39-58 (1934)

Plantae Papuanae Archboldianae, IV
, J. Arnold Arbor 21: 511-27 (1940)

Plantae Papuanae Archboldianae, IX
, Jour Arnold Arboretum 23(2): 233-265, 267-297 (1942)

Plantae Papuanae Archboldianae, V
, Jour Arnold Arboretum 22(1): 32-59 (1941)

Plantae Papuanae Archboldianae, VI
, Jour Arnold Arboretum 22(2): 253-270 (1941)

Plantae Papuanae Archboldianae, VIII
, Jour Arnold Arboretum 22(4): 529-542 (1941)

Plantae Papuanae Archboldianae, XIII. Melastomatacea
, J. Arnold Arbor 24: 422-39 (1943)

Plantae Papuanae Archboldianae, XIV
, J. Arnold Arbor 25: 183-205 (1944)

Plantae Papuanae Archboldianae, XVI
, J. Arnold Arbor 26: 229-66 (1945)

Plantae Papuanae Archboldinae, XII
, J. Arnold Arbor 24: 207-17 (1943)

Plantae austro-americanae, II. De investigationibus generis Herrania diversae observationes
, Caldasia 2, 9: 325-36 (1944)

Plantae austro-americanae. I. Novae notiones conjuctionesque genris Herrania
, Caldasia 2(6): 11-28 (1943)

Plantae colombianae II
, Bot. Mus. Leafl. Harv 10(10): 301-24 (1942)

Plantae colombianae VIII
, Caldasia 3(11): 23-32 (1944)

Plantae colombianae, IV. Investigationes specierum Saurauiae : locus secundus
, Caldasia 2(9): 315-23 (1944)

Plantae colombianae, X. I. De Euphorbiaceis notae diversae. II. Investigationes specierum Saurauiae: locus tertius
, Caldasia 3(13): 247-54 (1945)

Plantae colombianae. III. Investigationes specierum Saurauiae : locus primus
, Caldasia 2(6): 27-45 (1943)

Plantae in Africa Boreali lectae. I
, Index Hort. bot. Budapest, 67-110 (1934)

Plantae mexicanae X. New or critical species from Oaxaca
, Bot. Mus. Leafl. Harv 9: 165-215 (1942)

Plantae novae Sinicae. III
, Rep. Spec. nov. Regn. veg 42: 83-6 (1936)

Plantae novae aut minus notae ex Aethiopia
, Att. R. Accad. Ital 11(2): 17-67 (1940)

Plantae novae in Burma atque Assam indigenae. I
, Rep Spec Nov Reg Veg 31(816/ 825): 125-128 (1932)

Plantae uruguayenses novae vel criticae. Pars 1
, Rev. sudamer. Bot. Montevideo 5: 13-36 (1937)

Plantain, Banana, and 'Rulo' diseases
, Rev. Agric, S. Domingo 30(118): 340-342 (1939)

Plantains
, Proc. Agric. Soc. Trin. Tob 33: 245-46 (1933)

Plantation Horse Management
, Brit. Solomon Islands Protectorate Agric. Gaz 1: 14-16 (1933)

Plantation cacao in the British Cameroons
, Tropical Agriculture 19(1): 4-11 (1942)

Plantation heating of citrus in Soviet subtropics.
, Soviet Subtropics, 75-76: 11-12, 6-12 (1940)

Plantation preparation on logged areas of Pinus radiata
, Austral. For 3: 9-14 (1938)

Plantation production of high grade forest seed
, Skogen 30: 53-56 (1943)

Plantation sheet rubber manufacture
, Rubber Research Inst. of Malaya, Planting Manual. 3: 61 (1932)

Plantation survival as related to soil type, aspect, and growing season
, Jour Forest 39(1): 26-29 (1941)

Plantation work in Northern Nigeria
, Farm and Forest 2: 71-5 (1941)

Plantations in Twante-Kondan Reserve, Insein Division, Burma
, Indian For 68: 177-81 (1942)

Plantations of Agathis dammara
, Tectona 31: 248-73 (1938)

Plantations of Poplar in the marsh of La Chautagne.
, Rev. Eaux For 77: 306-17, 403-13 (1939)

Planted Spruce Forests and Outbreaks of the Nun Moth
, Tharandter forstl. Jahrb, Berlin 82(1): 53-81. f (1931)

Plantengeografische elementen in de Nederlandsche flora. Flora elements in the Netherlands
, Ned. kruidk. Arch 49: 416-36 (1939)

Planting Dates as affecting Wireworm Injury to Potato Tubers
, J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis. 32(6): 761-765 (1939)

Planting Lespedeza sericea with black locust
, Soil Conserv U S Dept Agric 6-334(12): 331-332 (1941)

Planting a vineyard with vines on American stock
, Tunisie agric 41: 161-70 (1940)

Planting and after-care of budded stumps and stumped buddings
, ADVISORY CIRC RUBBER RESEARCH SCHEME CEYLON 8: 1-3, (Rev ) (1943)

Planting and cultivation of Poplar.
, Wbl. Papierfabrik 72: 114-8 (1941)

Planting and production of raw rubber and latex, gutta-percha, balata, chicle and jelutong
, Ann. Rep. Prog. Rubb. Tech 6: 3-11 (1942)

Planting bananas
, Agric. Gaz, N.S.W., 50: 613-4, 627 (1939)

Planting costs
, Quart. J. For, 94-8 (1944)

Planting density trials with budded rubber
, Arch. Rubbercult. Ned. Ind 21: 37-53 (1937)

Planting density, nitrogen and variety.
, Inst. Belge Amelior. Better. Pub 6: 519-529 (1938)

Planting distance and thinning out in tea growing
, Archief voor de Theecultuur in Ned. Indie. 2, 63-99 (1931)

Planting distance and varietal type
, Kuhn-Archiv. 44. 60: 178-188 (1943)

Planting distance for forage plants
, Koztelek 44: 833 (1934)

Planting distance for lucerne in regard to forage and seed production, a contribution to breeding technique
, Pflanzenbau 11: 313-8 (1935)

Planting distances for avocados
, California Avocado Assoc Yr Bk : 45-46 (1940)

Planting elephant grass (Pennisetum purpureum) by means of stems stored in layered clamps, Angel Gallardo, Santa Fe
, Rev. argent. Agron 9: 250-3 (1942)

Planting for topographic control on the Warrenton, Oregon, coastal dune area
, Northw. Sci 13: 26-32 (1939)

Planting from the point of view of nutritional biology
, Skogsodling-Foredrag, April 23-26. 79-87 (1945)

Planting gardens for selected tea seed
, Bergcultures 7: 712-17 (1933)

Planting immediately beside old stumps: a tested means of afforestation in Sudetenland.
, Forstarchiv 15: 156-7 (1939)

Planting maize in a dry soil. Farm. Week
, S. Africa, 56: 335 (1938)

Planting material
, Rubb. Res. Scheme Ceylon 15: 14-23 (1938)

Planting material and related problems
, Quart. Circ. Ceylon Rubb. Res. Scheme 21: 20-5 (1944)

Planting notes. Promising local clones
, 1st Quart. Circ. Ceylon Rubb. Res. Scheme 16: 19-20 (1939)

Planting of Douglas.
, Dansk Skovforen. Tidsskr 25(11): 579-82 (1940)

Planting of beet
, Norsk Landbr 6: 162-4 (1940)

Planting of hybrids
, Rev. Vitic, Paris, 80: 2066, 77-78 (1934)

Planting of road-side trees in Malaya
, Malay. agric. J 27: 249-65 (1939)

Planting on American stocks to suit local conditions
, Gartenbauwissenschaft 7: 93-120 (1932)

Planting potatoes without tubers, and thinning out the plants in order to increase the yield.
, Proc. sci. Conf. Timirjazev agric. Acad. 3-10 June 1945. 1, 24 p (1945)

Planting primary hardwoods
, Malay. Forester. 9: 115-8 (1940)

Planting problems
, Arch. Suikerind. Nederland Ned.-Ind 2: 101-09 (1941)

Planting seed potatoes immediately after lifting in Kazahstan.
, Proc. Lenin Acad. Agric. Sci, 9-10, 22-5 (1942)

Planting slices from the crowns of potato tubers in the Trans-Ural region.
, Proc. Lenin Acad. agric. Sci. U.S.S.R, 1, 24-30 (1944)

Planting the Queensland nut
, Qd agric. J 54: 60-1 (1940)

Planting the commercial orchard
, Farming in S Africa 20(229): 245-248, 258 (1945)

Planting the standard windbreak
, Spec. Bull. Minnesota agric. extension Division, 168: 8 (1935)

Planting the standard windbreak
, Ext. Bull. Minn, agric. Ext. Div, 196: 15 (1939)

Planting time and spacing as factors in the economics of beet culture
, Zucker- rubenbau 22(3): 32-36 (1940)

Planting tomatoes
, Qd agric. J 55: 292-6 (1941)

Planting trees for special purposes. I. For veld conservation
, Fmg. S. Afr 10: 108-9; 118 (1935)

Planting trees for special purposes. IV. Wind-breaks as a necessity in the production of garden, orchard, and field crops
, Fmg. S. Afr 10: 256-7, 268 (1935)

Planting trees in fresh-water swamps
, E. Afr. agric. J 9: 23-4 (1943)

Planting value and certification of the Potato
, Prakt. Blatter fur Pflanzenbau und Pflanzenschutz 8(12): 285-289 (1931)

Planting winter wheat and rye in unplowed stubble
, J. Amer. Soc. Agron 37: 655-660 (1945)

Planting with tar-paper pots on difficult sites in Puerto Rico
, Carib. For 3: 158-63 (1942)

Planting without burning
, Rubber Res. Inst. Malaya Plant. Bull, 6: 8 (1939)

Planting.
, Skogsodling-Foredrag, hallna vid skogsodlingskursen a skogshogskolan den 23-26 april. Svenska Skogsvardsforeningens Forlag,Stockholm, Sweden: 88-91 (1945)

Plantings carried out in the Garpenberg State Park during preparatory courses for forest officers in 1916-1935.
, Skogen 26: 442-5 (1939)

Plantpigments. 59. New oxidation products of alpha -carotene and physalien. alpha -carotene diiodide
, Helv. chim. Acta. 17: 417-419 (1934)

Plants America gave the world
, Agric. America 1(8): 1-6; 16 (1941)

Plants Attacked by Diaspis Pentagona
, La Rivista di Agricoltura, Parma 360-361 p (1913)

Plants Conducing to Chronic Haematuria Mountain Haematuria in Cattle
, Annu. Univ, Sofia., 9: 77-118 (1936)

Plants Poisonous to Animals in French West Africa
, Bull. Com. A.O.F 21: 149-173 (1938)

Plants Poisonous to Live-Stoek in Western Australia
, J. roy. Soc, W. Aust., 21: xi-xxiii (1935)

Plants Protection Act, 1914
, Bahamas Official Gaz, Nassau 15, 89-90 (1915)

Plants affected by fire blight
, Phytopath 21(4): 425-435 (1931)

Plants and Plant Product, the Entry of which into the United States is restricted or prohibited
, U.S. Dept. Agric., Fed. Hortic. Bd, Washington, D.C., 91, 87-94 (1927)

Plants and electricity. (Theory and experiment)
, Bull. Appl. Bot. Leningrad, 8, 113-27 (1933)

Plants and food
, Proc. N.Z. Soc. Anim. Prod. Conf, 16-23 (1944)

Plants and man
, Plants and man x + 518p Frontispiece 308 fig (1941)

Plants and poisoning in man, with a short account of plant allergy
, South African J. Sci 33: 702-707 (1936)

Plants and soil phosphates
, Pochvovedenie pedology 6: 269-284 (1944)

Plants and soils of the Sahara and their reciprocal relationships
, Trav. I'lnst. Rech. Sahariennes. 11: 18 (1943)

Plants and the exchange calcium of the soil
, Amer. J. Bot 28: 394-402 (1941)

Plants and the exchangeable calcium of the soil
, American Journal of Botany 28(5): 394-402 (1940)

Plants and their mixtures for forage and seed
, Social. Zern. Hoz, 3, 117-23 (1935)

Plants and their water supply
, A.R. East Malling Res. Stat.for, 1943. A26: 103-4 (1943)

Plants as Breeding-places of Mosquito Larvae
, Arch. Hygiene. Rio de Janeiro 3(2): 279-282 (1929)

Plants as soil indicators
, U.S.D.A. Yrbk, 835-860 (1938)

Plants collected by Mrs. J. Visser-Hooft during the third expedition to the Kara-Korum Mountains in the year 1929
, Rec. trav. bot. neerland 32: 174-83 (1935)

Plants collected in the Lake Matagamon region, Piscataquis and Penobscot Counties, Maine
, Castanea 10: 13-30 (1945)

Plants collected in the southern region of James Bay
, Rhodora 36: 274-84 (1934)

Plants for carbonizing and distilling wood
, Genie civ, 118, 1-7 (1941)

Plants for heavy metal toxicity assessment: duckweeds (Lemnaceae)
, Advances in plant physiology 9: 193-204 (2006)

Plants for insecticides and rodenticides
, U S Dept Agric Foreign Agric Rept 8: 1-20 (1943)

Plants found in poultry pens
, Scot. J. Agric 39: 166-70 (1936)

Plants from the outer coastal plain of Virginia
, Rhodora 38: 376-404; 414-52 (1936)

Plants grown in 1933 and the inheritance of an acquired physiological character
, C.R. Acad. Agric. Fr 19: 970-72 (1933)

Plants in relation to light and temperature. Part I. Effects of light. (Masters Memorial lectures. 1933. Part I)
, J. Roy. Hort. Soc 59: 1-12 (1934)

Plants in relation to light and temperature. Part II. Effects of temperature
, J. roy. hort. Soc 59: 1292-9 (1934 )

Plants in the Vogi collection which are new for Venezuela
, Rev. Sudamer. Bot 1: 81-6 (1934)

Plants in the sub-family Caesalpinioideae observed to be lacking nodules
, Soil Sci 42(2): 87-91 (1936)

Plants in which the rhizomatous character is inherent or induced
, Bot. Zur. S.S.S.R 20: 411-3 (1935)

Plants made poisonous by selenium absorbed from the soil
, Bot. Rev 2: 373-396 (1936)

Plants need their vitamins too
, Current Opinion in Plant Biology 10(3): 266-275 (2007)

Plants new or little recorded for Tras-os-Montes and the upper Douro. III
, Bol. Soc. brot 19: 489-92 (1945)

Plants new or rare in Michigan records
, Pap. Mich. A cad. Sci 24: 3-7 (1938)

Plants of Coahuila, eastern Chihuahua, and adjoining Zacatecas and Durango. I
, J. Arnold Arbor 24: 306-39 (1943)

Plants of Saragossa
, Cavanillesia 7: 29-34 (1935)

Plants of ornamental value for the Rio Grande Valley of Texas
, Bull. Tex. agric. Exp. Stat, 609: 155 (1942)

Plants of our flora: the 'Laurels'.
, Suelo argentina 4: 382-3, 387 (1945)

Plants of the Genus Chara and Mosquito Larvae
, Anales Inst. General y Tecnico de Valencia, 10, 5-17 (1922)

Plants of the Sahara and its northern and southern boundaries
, Rev. Bot. Appl 12: 669-919. bibl (1932)

Plants of the Surinam coastland : some observations on the littoral vegetation of Dutch Guiana
, J. N.Y. Bot. Gdn 46: 229-236 (1945)

Plants other than Tea from which Xyleborus fornicatus (Shot-hole Borer of Tea) has been taken
, Trop. Agric, Peradeniya. 42(4): 307-309 (1915)

Plants other than the vine devoured by Clysia ambiguella and Polychrosis botrana
, Rev. Viticulture. Paris 45: 1154, 93-94 (1916)

Plants poisonous to livestock in Argentina
, An. Soc. rur. argent 79: 283-286 (1945)

Plants poisonous to livestock. (Progr. Report No. 3)
, Research and Farming 3: 10-12 (1945)

Plants poisonous to slock
, N. Z. J. Agric, 71: 229; 231-2 (1945)

Plants poisonous to stock
, N.Z. J. Agric 71(229): 231-2 (1945)

Plants recently collected in Portugal
, Bol. Soc. Broteriana. II 13: 41-3 (1938)

Plants reported resistant or tolerant to root knot nematode infestation
, U S Dept Agric Misc Publ 406: 1-91 (1941)

Plants serving as food for some herbivorous insects and the causes of their selection
, Studies from the Expt. Entom. Sta. of the All-Russian Soc. of Sugar-Refiners for, Kiev, 63-66 (1913)

Plants used as Insecticides
, Amer. Jl. Pharmacy. Philadelphia 91(2): 91-107 (1919)

Plants used by the Dominica Caribs
, J. N. Y. bot. Gdn 43: 189-201 (1942)

Plants utilized by the natives of the Gambia
, Rev. Bot. appl 15: 94-103 (1935)

Plants with a chromosome number of 2n = 48 which occurred in Solatium guineense LAM (2n = 72) x S. nigrum L. (2n = 72)
, Jap. J. Genet 13: 252-53 (1937)

Plants' content of minor growth substances as affected by vernalization and photoperiodism
, Compt Rend doklady Acad Science Urss 32(8): 584-587 (1941)

Plasma Proteins : Their Source, Production and Utilization
, Physiol. Rev 20: 194-217 (1940)

Plasma Volume and Avallable Fluid Changes in Dehydration
, Amer. F. Physiol, 126: P511-P512 (1939)

Plasma albumin, globulin, and fibrinogen in healthy individuals from birth to adult life. 1. A system of micro analysis
, J. Lab. Clin. Med 26: 1838-1849 (1941)

Plasma albumin, globulin, and fibrinogen in healthy individuals from birth to adulthood. 2. Normal values
, J. Lab. Clin. Med 27: 471-486 (1942)

Plasma colloid osmotic pressure and total protein trends in horses during anesthesia
, Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia 34(4): 275-283 (2007)

Plasma iron and the thyroid gland
, Acta biol, belg, 3-4, 248-249 (1943)

Plasma iron in blood in the presence of phenylhydrazine in vitro
, Acta biol. belg, 4, 428-429 (1942)

Plasma iron in experimentally-produced high body temperature
, Acta bid. belg, 2, 202-203 (1942)

Plasma iron in haemolytic jaundice produced in dogs by injection of phenylhydrazine
, Acta biol. belg, 2, 238-240 (1942)

Plasma level of antioxidant vitamins and lipid peroxidation in breast cancer patients
, Iranian Journal of Public Health 35(1): 42-47 (2006)

Plasma lipids in lactating and non-lactating animals
, J. Biol. Chem 95: 79-88 (1932)

Plasma lipids of normal men at different ages
, Journal of Biological Chemistry 111(3): 613-638 (1935)

Plasma phosphatase and bone disease
, Glasgow Med. J 24: 31-39 (1944)

Plasma phosphatase and phosphorus during the healing of fractures in children
, Archives of Disease in Childhood 12(68): 87-90 (1937)

Plasma phosphatase during pregnancy and lactation
, Acta med. scand 100: 254-266 (1939 )

Plasma Phosphatase in Dairy Cows Suffering from Fluorosis
, Science 76(1967): 239-240 (1932)

Plasma phosphatase in disease : a review
, Quart. J. Med 6: 211-230 (1937)

Plasma phosphatase in normal and rachitic children
, Hospitalstidende 78(1): 5-18 (1935)

Plasma phosphatase in rickets and other disorders of growth
, Archives of Disease in Childhood 8(45): 215-220 (1933)

Plasma phosphatase. 3. A clinical method for the determination of plasma phosphatase
, Brit. J. Exp. Pathol. 13: 22-27 (1932)

Plasma phosphate and lactic acid in normal and adrenalectomised animals during changes in carbohydrate metabolism
, Arch. f. exp. Pathol. u. Pharmakol 172: 249-260 (1933)

Plasma protein and blood volume
, Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. and Med 29: 829-832 (1932)

Plasma Protein and Plasma Colloid Osmotic Pressure in Pathological Conditions with Special Reference to the Occurrence of Edema
, Journal of Clinical Investigation 12(2): 495-504 (1933)

Plasma protein concentration in adrenalectomized rats maintained on sodium chloride
, Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med 60: 260-262 (1945)

Plasma protein concentrations of cats fed thiourea
, Endocrinology 37: 482-483 (1945)

Plasma protein determinations in lactating women
, Amer. J. Physiol 113: 235-237 (1935)

Plasma protein distribution by the modified Wu colorimetric method during glucose tolerance tests
, Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. and Med, 31. 28: 1041-1043 (1930)

Plasma protein given by ran and its influence upon body metabolism
, J. Biol. Chem 123: 87-98 (1938)

Plasma Protein Metabolism-Electrophoretic Studies : Restoration of Circulating Proteins following Acute Depletion by Plasmapheresis
, Journal of Experimental Medicine 81(5): 515-537 (1945)

Plasma protein metabolism-electrophoretio studies. The influence of plasma lipids on elcctrophoretic pattarns of human and dog plasms
, J. exp. Med 82: 411-430 (1945)

Plasma Protein Production as Influenced by Parenteral Protein Digests, very High Protein Feeding, and Red Blood Cell Catabolism
, Journal of Experimental Medicine 82(3): 181-191 (1945)

Plasma Protein Production Influenced by Amino Acid Mixtures and Lack of Essential Amino Acids : a Deficiency State Related to Unknown Factors
, Journal of Experimental Medicine 82(2): 77-92 (1945)

Plasma protein replacement after hemorrhage in dogs with and without shock
, American Journal of Physiology 136(2): 299-305 (1942)

Plasma protein values in infants
, Archives of Disease in Childhood 18(94): 96-97 (1943)

Plasma proteins, calcium and cholesterol in beriberi
, C. R. Soc. Biol 113: 1277-1279 (1933)

Plasma prothrombin values of mothers and infants at delivery. Further studies including comparative values of the umbilical arteries and veins
, Surg. Gynecol. Obstet 72: 758-763 (1941)

Plasma retention, urinary excretion and effect upon circulating total red cell volume of intravenous gelatin in normal dogs
, American Journal of Physiology 139(3): 438-445 (1943)

Plasma viscosity in pulmonary tuberculosis and other diseases
, Acta tuberc. scand 19: 153-183 (1945)

Plasma vitamin A
, Hospital (Rio de Janeiro) 28: 281-295 (1945)

Plasma vitamin A and carotene of the newborn infant. With consideration of. fetal-maternal relationships
, Amer. J. Obstet. Gynecol. 46: 207-221 (1943)

Plasma vitamin C and prothrombin concentration in pregnancy and in threatened, spontaneous, and habitual abortion
, Surg Gynecol And Obstet 76: 115 (1943)

Plasma vitamin C and serum protein levels in wound disruption
, Journal American Medicine Assoc 116(8): 669-674 (1941)

Plasma vitamin C levels in a group of children before and after dietetic adjustment
, American Journal of Tropical Medicine 21(3): 487-491 (1941)

Plasma vitamin C levels in women during the menstrual cycle
, J. Clin. Endocrinol 3: 600-602 (1943)

Plasma-vitamin-A. 1. Determination of vitamin-A and carotene content of plasma for clinical and nutritional studies
, Quart. Bull. Northwest. Univ. Med. Sch 16: 241-245 (1943)

Plasmatic influences upon the inheritance in Vicia Faba. I. The elimination of a whole linkage group in the plasm of Vicia faba minor
, Proc. Acad. Sci. Amst, Amst 34: 1057-62 (1931)

Plasmatic influences upon the inheritance in Vicia faba. II. Different plasmatic reactions upon identical genotypes
, Proc. Acad. Sci. Amst, Amst 34: 1164-72 (1931)

Plasmatic influences upon the inheritance in Vicia faba. III. The elimination of a definite factor variegated) as caused by the type of plasm
, Proc. Acad. Sci. Amst, Amst 34: 1340-46 (1931)

Plasmatic investigations on drought susceptible and drought resistant varieties of agricultural plants
, Planta 31: 559-96 (1940)

Plasmochin and Atebrin Therapy in Plasmodium vaughani Infections
, Rivista di Parassitologia 2: 207-218 (1938)

Plasmochin as a Malarial Gametoeide
, Ind. Med. Gaz, Calcutta, Ixvii: 9, 490-493 (1932)

Plasmodiophora brassicae
, J. Agric. prat, Paris. 99(4): 93-94 (1935)

Plasmodiophora brassicae Wor. in the Campagna and its prevalence in Italy
, Ric. Ossvz. Divulg. fitopat. Campania ed Mezzogiorno (Portici). 9: 65-82 (1942)

Plasmodiophora brassicae Woron: On the evaluation of infection tests with Cruciferae
, Nachrichtenbl. deutsch. Pflanzenschutzdienst 3(2): 10-12 (1922)

Plasmodium berghei-infected primary hepatocytes process and present the circumsporozoite protein to specific CD8+ T cells in vitro
, Journal of Immunology 178(11): 7054-7063 (2007)

Plasmodium berghei: plasmodium perforin-like protein 5 is required for mosquito midgut invasion in Anopheles stephensi
, Experimental Parasitology 116(4): 504-508 (2007)

Plasmodium cephalophi, sp. nov
, Proc. Roy. Soc 87: B. 592, 45-47 (1913)

Plasmodium cysteine repeat modular proteins 1-4: complex proteins with roles throughout the malaria parasite life cycle
, Cellular Microbiology 9(6): 1466-1480 (2007)

Plasmodium d'un Mustelide, Ictonyx zorilla du Senegal
, C.R. Soc. Biol, Paris 88(6): 422-424 (1923)

Plasmodium de Iguana, nudicollis
, Bull. Soc. Path. Exot, Feb 10(2): 95-98 (1917)

Plasmodium falciparum glycosylphosphatidylinositol induces limited apoptosis in liver and spleen mouse tissue
, Apoptosis: An International Journal on Programmed Cell Death 12(6): 1037-1041 (2007)

Plasmodium falciparum-infected mice: more than a tour de force
, Trends in Parasitology 23(6): 254-259 (2007)

Plasmodium falciparum: hrp3 promoter region is associated with stage-specificity and episomal recombination
, Experimental Parasitology 116(3): 327-333 (2007)

Plasmodium falciparum: mRNA co-expression and protein co-localisation of two gene products upregulated in early gametocytes
, Experimental Parasitology 116(4): 497-503 (2007)

Plasmodium gallinaceum, & malarial parasite of the domestic fowl
, Vet. Rec 57: 395-396 (1945)

Plasmodium infection Of fowls
, Rev. Inst. Salubr. Enferm. trop 4: 327-335 (1943)

Plasmodium lophurae infection of the chick embryo
, American Journal of Hygiene 42(2): 189-194 (1945)

Plasmodium malariae in Haitian refugees, Jamaica
, Emerging Infectious Diseases 13(6): 931-933 (2007)

Plasmodium of Nycteris hispida in the Belgian Congo
, Bull. Soc. Path. Exot, Nov 19(9): 780- 781 (1926)

Plasmodium of a Monkey, Cerco-puhecus campbelli, in French Guinea
, Compt. Rend. Soc. Biol, Apr 29. 86(15): 837-840 (1922)

Plasmodium of the Goat
, C. R. Soc. Biol 88(11): 829-830 (1923)

Plasmodium relictum Infection in Mosquitoes
, Arch. Inst. Pasteur Alger 18: 214-215 (1940)

Plasmodium vivax cerebral malaria
, Indian Pediatrics 44(6): 433-434 (2007)

Plasmolysis studies on horticultural seeds
, Gartenbauwiss 17: 91-4 (1942)

Plasmolytic method of determining the germinating capacity of seeds
, Trudy prikl. Bot., Genet. i Selekcii, 2, 113-9 (1937)

Plasmopara halstedii on Cineraria
, Mycologia 25(6): 446-447 (1933)

Plasmopara viticola on Ampelopsis veitchii
, Rev. Path. Veg. et Ent. Agric 12(2): 129-130 (1925)

Plaster Cast Models of Tooth Abnormalities and Disease of the Horse
, Archiv für Wissenschaftliche und Praktische Tierheilkunde 76: 51-74 (1940)

Plaster and wood treatment with paint
, Farbenztg 48: 61-3 (1943)

Plaster molds occurring in beds of the cultivated mushroom
, Jour Agric Res 46(12): 1089-1098 (1933)

Plaster moulds in Mushroom beds
, Gdnrs' Chron, 96: 2505, 463-465 (1934)

Plastic Studies in Abnormal Renal Architecture. V. The Parenchymal Alterations in Experimental Hydronephrosis
, Arch. Path 29: 77-119 (1940)

Plastic Studies in Abnormal Renal Architecture. VI. An Investigation of the Circulation in Infarcts of the Kidney
, Arch. Path 33: 735-769 (1942)

Plastic developments from Redwood
, Mech. Engng., N. Y 65: 515-7 (1943)

Plastic glues and cements
, Plastics 7: 480-5 (1943)

Plastic material
, U.S. Patent. 2,366,781 9, (1945)

Plastic materials and wood waste.
, Maderil 17: 204, 11-2, 21 (1945)

Plastic plywoods in aircraft construction
, Engng. J., Montreal. 27: 4-8 (1944)

Plastic sandwiches
, Sci. America 1945: 155-6, 158 (1945)

Plastic trait integration across a CO2 gradient in Arabidopsis thaliana
, American Naturalist 169(5): E119-E140 (2007)

Plasticity of predation behaviour as a putative driving force for parasite life-cycle dynamics: the case of urban foxes and Echinococcus multilocularis tapeworm
, Functional Ecology 21(3): 552-560 (2007)

Plasticity of root systems in annuals of the dry highlands of Azerbaidzan
, Izvest. Azerbaidzan. Fil. Akad. Nauk SSSR, 10, 147-56 (1944)

Plastics
, Publ. Smithsonian Inst., Wash, 3659, 225-38 (1942)

Plastics and chemical migration into food
, Chemical migration and food contact materials: 228-250 (2007)

Plastics and synthetic resins for post-war B. C
, B.C. Lumberm 28(2): 29-30, 44, 46 (1944)

Plastics and the paper industry
, Pulp And Paper Mag Canada 44(2): 143-146, 151 (1943)

Plastics from hydrolyzed lignocellulose
, Modern Plastics 20(2): 91-7, 122, 124 (1942)

Plastics from wood and for wood improvement
, Pulp Paper Mag. Can 45: 308-12 (1944)

Plastics in cooperage
, Brit. Plast. mould. Prod. Tr 17(193): 264-6 (1945)

Plastics in structural engineering
, Plastics 7: 377-83 (1943)

Plastics in the South
, Sth. Pwr. Ind 63: 86-9 (1945)

Plastics raw materials: supplies
, Chem. Engng. News. 21: 73-6 (1943)

Plastics: mechanical properties
, Modern Plastics 20(8): 87-100, 122-8 (1943)

Plastid division coordination across a double-membraned structure
, Febs Letters 581(11): 2162-2167 (2007)

Plastid inheritance of variegation in Capsicum annuum
, Jap. J. Genet 15: 328-30 (1939)

Plastid pigments
, Bot. Rev 7: 587-648 (1941)

Plastid Studies in Genetic types of Maize: Argentia Chlorophyll
, Plant Physiology 8(1): 105-121 (1933)

Plastidial fatty acid levels regulate resistance gene-dependent defense signaling in Arabidopsis
, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104(17): 7277-7282 (2007)

Plastids and gene manifestation
, Flora. Jena 37: 61-72 (1943)

Plastoglobules: versatile lipoprotein particles in plastids
, Trends in Plant Science 12(6): 260-266 (2007)

Plastophora crawfordi Coq. and Plastophora spatulata Malloch (Diptera: Phoridae), parasitic on Solenopsis genii nata Fabr
, Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash, Washington, D.C., July 18th 30(6): 105-108 (1928)

Plate Cultures in a Dark Field with Incident Light (Ultropak)
, Zlb. Bakt 127: 215-216 (1932)

Plate Pasteurizing Apparatus Complying with the New Regulations for Heating Milk
, Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 44: 84-87 (1936)

Plate count methods in the examination of sweetened condensed milk
, Proceedings Society Agric Bact Gr Brit : 42 (1943)

Plate cultures of the necrosis bacillus
, Veterinariya. Moscow, 4, 18-26 (1940)

Platelet phospholipid n-3 PUFA negatively associated with plasma homocysteine in middle-aged and geriatric hyperlipaemia patients
, Prostaglandins Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids 76(5): 293-297 (2007)

Platelet transfusion and postoperative infection in cardiac surgery
, Transfusion 47(2): 352-4; author reply 354-6 (2007)

Platelets and red cell counts in infants with no diseases and Arakawa's reaction of their mothers; and influence of vitamin B on platelet and red cell counts. 33rd Hematological paper
, Tohoku J, Ex p. Med 36: 283-296 (1939)

Platygaster vernalis, Myers, an important Parasite of the Hessian Fly
, Jl. Agric. Res, Washington, D.C., July 7 25(1): 31-42 (1923)

Platyhelmia in Aquatic Insects and Crustacea
, J. Parasitol, 18: 131 (1931)

Platyhelminths of Domestic Animals in Mexico
, Rev. mex. Med. vet 2(23): 13-18 (1939)

Platynota stultana Wlsm. (Lepidoptera) damaging green Oranges in Southern California
, J. econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 27(5): 974-977 (1934)

Platypodidae of the Belgian Congo
, Reo. zool. Afr, Brussels 12: pt. 1, 123-133 (1924)

Platypus compositus attacking Citrus
, J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis. 38(6): 706 p (1945)

Platypus koryoensis (Murayama) (Platypodidae: Coleoptera), the vector of oak wilt disease
, Korean Journal of Applied Entomology 45(2): 113-117 (2006)

Platypus wilsoni, a New Species of Platypus from British Columbia (Platypodidae, Coleoptera)
, Canadian Entomologist 48(3): 97-100 (1916)

Platz's pack-sprayers
, Agricultural Gazette, Petrograd 2; (66), 49-51 (1915)

Plcomorphiem and variation in the dermatophyta
, Arch. of Dermatol 14(6): 987-1001 (1932)

Plea in favour of raw milk
, Rev. Franc. de Pediat 8: 312-323 (1932)

Pleas of Ground Squirrels as Carriers of Plague Infection during the Winter.
, Rev. Microbiol. & Epidemiol, Saratov 5(4): 239-248 (1926)

Plectonchtu dendroctoni n. sp
, Zoologischer Anzeiger 98(1-2): 37-40 (1932)

Pleiotropic action of a gene in L. lutetis. (New strain Weiko)
, Zuchter 10: 266-71 (1938)

Pleiotropic effect of scale genes in carp
, C.E.(Dokl.) Acad. Sci. U.R.S.S, N.S., 28: 533-536 (1940)

Pleomorphic modification of a culture of Trichophyton acuminatum
, Comptes rendus Soc. de Biol 106(5): 343-344 (1931)

Pleomorphie flower formation in the Santa Rosa plum
, Riv. Frutticultum 4: 165-74 (1940)

Pleomorphism in Bacteria
, Schr. konigsb, gelehrt. Ges. naturw. Kl. Halle (Saale): Max Niemeyer 11: 87-100. Price: 8vo RM.2.20 (1934)

Pleomorphism of Microsporon equinum
, C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris 117: 1132-1133 (1934)

Pleophragmia manihoticola n. sp
, Bragantia 3(3): 45-48 (1943)

Pleospora betae n. sp., the ascogenous state of Phoma betae (Oud.) Fr
, Bot. Notiser, 1944. 2, 215-222 (1944)

Pleospora Lycopersici E. And E. March., a Tomato Pathogen in the United States
, Science 79(2048): 294 (1934)

Plesispa reichei: a pest of increasing importance in Malaysia
, RAP Publication 02: 55-62 (2007)

Plethodon cinereus (Green) in Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey
, Amer. Nat 69: 578-586 (1935)

Pleural effusions in g. pigs after mediastinal inoculation of tubercle bacilli
, Ann. Inst. Pasteur. 69: 1-12 (1943)

Pleuro-Pneumonia Contagiosa of Bovines
, Proc 5th Pacif. Sci. Congr. Can, 3033-3046 (1934)

Pleuro-Pneumonia of Goats in Greece
, Rev. gen. Med. vet 42: 401-416 (1933)

Pleuro-pneumonia of Goats in the Kangra District, Punjab, India
, Jl. Comp. Path. & Therap, Mar 27(1): 68-71 (1914)

Pleuropneumonia-like organisms of diverse provenance: some results of an enquiry into methods of differentiation
, Journal of Hygiene 38(4): 458-476 (1938)

Pleuropneumonia-like organisms in the human vagina
, Lancet 249: 46-47 (1945)

Plica polonica in association with pediculosis capitis and scabies - a case report
, International Journal of Dermatology 46(2): 151-152 (2007)

Plies observed in human Dwellings and Outhouses in the Town of Tomsk.
, Wiss. Ber. biol. Fak. Tomsk. St.-Univ, Tomsk 1(1): 9-47 (1931)

Pliofilm in the preservation of Florida fruits and vegetables
, Bull Florida Agric Exp Sta 369: 1-92 (1942)

Plocaederus obesus, Gah., a serious Enemy of the Silk-cotton Tree
, Zeitschr. f. angew. Entom, Berlin 5(2): 226-230 (1919)

Plodia interpunctella as a Pest in the Foodstuff Trade and Industry
, Dtsch. Lebensmitt.-Rdsch, Stuttgart, 9, 4 (1939)

Plodia interpunctella in Italy. Contributions 1-2
, Bollettino di Zoologia Agraria e di Bachicoltura 8: 129-155 (1938)

Plot and plant variation in Virginia peanuts
, Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci 34: 586-89 (1936)

Plot size in field experiments with Coffea arabica
, Tropical Agriculture 15: 52-55 (1938)

Plot technique for disease-control studies on fine turf
, Phytopath 33(6): 528-530 (1943)

Plot technique in field celery experiments
, Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci 33: 524-27 (1935)

Plot technique in the testing of sugar-cane varieties
, Proc 5th Congr. Int. Soc. Sug. Cane Tech. Brisbane, 280-85 (1935)

Plot tests with chemical soil sterilants in California
, California Agric Exp Sta Bull 648: 1-25 (1941)

Plotting the forest map from vertical air photographs
, For. Chron 17: 79-80 (1941)

Ploughing and Discing Experiments for the Control of White Grubs in eastern Canada
, Rep. ent. Soc. Ont. Toronto 64: 47-52 (1934)

Ploughing and re-sowing meadows
, Mitt. Landw 50: 637-9 (1935)

Ploughing and reseeding permanent grassland
, Dtsch. LandeskZtg, 4 A: 5, 15-9 (1935)

Ploughing as a Factor in Control of the European Corn Borer (Pyrausta nubilalis Hubner) in Ontario, Canada
, Jl. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 17(1): 132-141 (1924)

Ploughing as a Factor in the Control of the European Corn Borer in Ontario
, 53rd Ann. Rept. Ent. Soc. Ontario, Toronto., 13-18 (1923)

Ploughing under winter peas as green manure and its effect on cotton seedlings
, Bjull. SojuzNIHI, 2, 93-107 (1935)

Ploughing up and re-seeding poor grass land
, J. Min. Agric 46: 759-764 (1940)

Ploughing up and re-seeding poor grassland
, J. Minist. Agric 45: 1224-31 (1939)

Ploughing up as a means of grassland improvement
, Beitr. Ford. Landesk, 2, 75-82 (1931)

Ploughs and ploughing
, N.Z. J. Agric 60: 357-368 (1940)

Plow adjustment and operation
, Missouri Agric. Expt. Sta. Circ, 232: 23 (1942)

Plow-sole fertilization of sugar beets
, Sugar 41: 6 (62), 31-32 (1945)

Plow-sole fertilizers increase the profits
, Better Crops with Plant Food 28: 7-12, 46-48 (1944)

Plow-sole fertilizing on the average farm
, Better Crops with Plant Food 29(2): 6-10; 45-49 (1945)

Plow-under practices
, Better Crops with Plant Food 29(7): 6-10, 44-45 (1945)

Plowing terraced land
, U.S.D.A. Leafl, 214: 6 (1942)

Plowing under fertilizer for crops in Minnesota
, Proc. Natl. Joint Cttee. Fert. Appl 20: 180-182 (1944)

Plows testify again
, Farm Sci. Reptr 6(2): 3-6 (1945)

Plucking for quality
, Indian Tea Association Scientific Dept. Q.J, 53-74 (1931)

Plugging knot holes in Pine lumber
, Timberman 1942 43(5): 12-4 (1941)

Plum Aphides
, Jl. Bd. Agric, London 18(7): 661-664 (1916)

Plum Aphis and Brown Rot Control
, Ann. Rept. Agric. & Horlic. Res. Sta, Bristol, 61-65 (1925)

Plum Culture: Diseases
, Tasmania Dept. Agric, Hobart, 106, 14-15 (1922)

Plum Growing and its Enemies in Jugoslavia
, Nachr. SchadBekampf, Leverkusen a. Rh 5(2): 87-96 (1930)

Plum Pocket and Leaf Gall on Americana Plums
, Bulletin, Univ. Montana Agrio. Expt. Sta, Bozeman, 123, 167-188 (1918)

Plum and Pear Sawflies
, Gartner-Tidende. Copenhagen, 2 (1928)

Plum blotch, a disease of the Japanese Plum, caused by Phyllosticta congesta Heald & Wolf
, Journ. Agric. Res 22(7): 365-379 (1921)

Plum breeding
, Sverig. Pomol. Foren. Arsskr 46: 98-104 (1945)

Plum cultivar 'Hanita'
, Vedecke Prace Ovocnarske 20: 129-131 (2007)

Plum cultivar 'Herman'
, Vedecke Prace Ovocnarske 20: 133-135 (2007)

Plum cultivar 'Tophit'
, Vedecke Prace Ovocnarske 20: 137-139 (2007)

Plum cultivar 'Veeblue
, Vedecke Prace Ovocnarske 20: 141-143 (2007)

Plum growing in the light of recent research
, A.R. East Malling Res. Stat. A23: 79-84 (1940)

Plum packing experiments during the 1942-43 season
, Fmg S. Afr 18: 857-66 (1943)

Plum pockets
, Die Kranke Pflanze 2(7): 137-138 (1925)

Plum pox. A new virus disease
, Yearbook Univ. of Sofia, Fac. of Agric, Sofia., 11: 49-70 (1932)

Plum red leaf spot disease -Polystigma rubrum (Persoon) de Candolle. I. Host relationships and varietal resistance
, Yearb. agric. Exp. Stas, Bulgaria 1: 63-69 (1943)

Plum rootstocks-a note on some root systems
, East Malling Res. Sta. Ann. Rept. for 1934. A. 17: 108-10 (1934)

Plum rootstoek studies. Their effect on the vigour and cropping of the scion variety
, J. Pomol 14: 97-136 (1936)

Plum rootstoek variety trial at Long Ashton 1925-34. Progress report
, Annu. Rep. Long Ashton Res. Sta. for 1936. 15-30 (1936)

Plum rust
, Rev. Path. Veg. et Ent Agric 11(4): 262-267 (1924)

Plum rust (Puccinia pruni-spinosae); brown rot (Sclerotinia fructicold)
, J. Dep. Agric. S. Aust 49: 209-10 (1945)

Plum sawfly control
, Tidskr. Planteavl. 44: 700-30 (1940)

Plum spraying problems
, Hoosier Hort 25(4): 52-54 (1943)

Plum varieties
, Vegetable and Fruit Growers' Conferences, Littlebury and Co. Ltd, Worcester, England., 46-50 (1945)

Plum varieties for Sweden
, Fruktodlaren 2: 41-45 (1944)

Plum varieties grown in the province of Liege
, Fruit belge 18, 67-96 (1935)

Plumage Regeneration in the Pigeon under the Influence of Various Hormones
, Endokrinologie 12: 416-423 (1933)

Plumage and Ataxia. Two Inherited Characters in the Pigeon
, J. Hered 34: 167-172 (1943)

Plumage reactions to theelin in thyroidectomized fowl
, World S Poultry Congress and Expos Proceedings 7: 106-109 (1939)

Plumage sensitivity and chalone ; genetic variation
, Bull. biol 69: 439-473 (1935)

Plumage variation associated with the gonads in a sexually isomorphic species
, C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris 119: 1106-1107 (1935)

Plums and damsons
, Advis. Leafl. Minist. Agric, Lond., 268: 4 (1936)

Plums as Factors in the Dissemination of Yellows and Little Peach
, Trans. Peninsula hort. Soc. Dover, Del., 72-76 (1935)

Plums in Michigan
, Quart Bull Michigan Agric Exp Sta 26(3): 196-199 (1944)

Plums-Notes on their Pollination, Order of Flowering of Varieties and Insect Visitors to the Blossoms
, J. S.-E. Agric. Coll, Wye, Kent, 38, 131-140. f (1935)

Plums. Notes on their pollination, order of flowering of varieties and insect visitors to the blossoms
, J.S.E. agric. Coll. Wye. 38, 131-40 (1936)

Plunging of potted plants in relation to moisture and nutrient supply
, Proceedings American Society Hort Science 45: 323-330 (1944)

Plurality and Virulence of Certain Strains of Fixed Rabies Virus
, C.R. Soc. Biol, Paris 107: 1050-1052 (1931)

Plurality of Species of A. farcinicus
, Arch. ital. Sci. med. colon 21: 406-418 (1940)

Plurality of foot and mouth disease virus and its importance in vaccine preparations
, Clin. vet, Milano 67: 58-58 (1944)

Plurality of species of Actinomyces bovis
, Ann. d'Igiene 41(1): 1-28 (1931)

Plurality of the Virus of Swine Fever
, Z. InfektKr. Haustiere 45: 294-300 (1934)

Plurality of the Viruses in Infections by Haematozoa and the Value of Cross-Immunity in the Creation of New Species
, Ann. de Parasitol 8: 1-7 (1930)

Pluripotent versus totipotent plant stem cells: dependence versus autonomy?
, Trends in Plant Science 12(6): 245-252 (2007)

Plusieurs procedes de lutte centre les eharancons
, Rev. agric. Nouvelle Caledonie Noumea, 1657-1663 (1934)

Plusiinae in Mt. Changbai (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae), with six new records from China
, Korean Journal of Applied Entomology 44(1): 13-20 (2005)

Plutella maculipennis, Curt
, Bull. Sub-Section Control Plant Pests attached to the Petrograd Committee of Rural Economy, Petrograd 1: 6-77 (1919)

Plutella maculipennis, Curt., its Natural and Biological Control in England
, Bull. ent. Res, London, 29: pt. 4, 343-372 (1938)

Pluteus diverticulatus sp. nov., a new species in the subsection Mixtini
, Bulletin de la Societe Mycologique de France 119(3/4): 231-243 (2003)

Plywood
, Canadian Patent 383,366 1939, (1939)

Plywood
, German Patent 714,779 13, (1941)

Plywood
, N.Z. J. For, 1944. 5: 35-41 (1942)

Plywood and plastics
, Flight 44: 99-102, 119-22, 150-4, 174-5 (1943)

Plywood bonding
, Industr. Engng. Chem. (Industr. Ed.). 36: 152-7 (1944)

Plywood characteristics disclosed by vibration tests
, Aero Dig 45(1): 76-7, 80-1, 196, 198, 201-2, 204 (1944)

Plywood developments
, Sth. Lumberm, 169: 2129, 280-2, 284 (1944)

Plywood for aircraft from indigenous species.
, Bol. Inst. Pesqu. tech. S. Paulo. 29, 19-29 (1941)

Plywood for modern building
, Ill. Carp. Build, 134: 628 (1945)

Plywood for shoes.
, Lesnaya Prom, 1-2, 16-8 (1944)

Plywood fruit and produce box
, Timberman, 1946 47(1): 86-88 (1945)

Plywood in the construction of aeroplanes
, Emp. For. J 21: 18-20 (1942)

Plywood industry in India
, J. sci. industr. Res. India. 3: 167-77 (1944)

Plywood moulding
, Aircraft Prod, 6: 262 (1944)

Plywood plate girders for buildings
, Engng. News-Rec 131: 690-2 (1943)

Plywood repairs
, Aircraft Prod 6: 528-530 (1944)

Plywood saw
, Mech. World. 116: 727 (1944)

Plywood structures
, Timber of Canada 6(3): 49-51, 55 (1945)

Plywood tubes
, Rev. sci. Instrum 14: 380-1 (1943)

Plywood tuna clipper
, Timberman, 1946 47(3): 42-5 (1945)

Plywood washers
, Wood Pres. News. 20: 130 (1942)

Plywood webs and soild or laminated flanges feature new built-up 'Timbeam' girders
, B.C. Lumberm 27(7): 61-2 (1943)

Plywood-metal panels used in new construction technique
, Sth. Lumberm, 168: 2116, 55-6 (1944)

Pnenylmereurie ointments
, Acta path. microbiol. scand 18: 400-411 (1941)

Pneumatic Skinning of Large Animals and Plucking of Poultry
, Zverolek. Rozpravy 8: 180-184 (1934)

Pneumatic Sprayer of medium Power.
, Med. Parasitol. Moscow 11(1-2): 27-29 (1942)

Pneumatophilus leidyi, n. sp. (Trematoda : Plagiorchiidae), a new lung fluke from the watersnake
, Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 4(2): 79-81 (1937)

Pneumo-Enteritis, Paratyphoid Infection and Septic Diseases of New-Born Calves
, Sovyet. Vet, 1, 17-36 (1935)

Pneumo-Enteritisof Calves in the Argentine
, Rev. zootec 30(251): 30-36 (1943)

Pneumococci as a Cause of Calf Diarrhoea
, Skand. VetTidskr 29: 1001-1017 (1939)

Pneumococcus Infection in Foals
, Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 49: 10-12 (1941)

Pneumococcus Septi-caemia (Streptococcus pneumoniae Infec-tion) in Adult Bovines
, Clin. vet, Milano., 62: 6-11 (1939)

Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia in immunocompromised host--an autopsy report of three cases
, Indian Journal of Pathology and Microbiology 50(1): 38-40 (2007)

Pneumonia Associated with Bacillus Abortus (Bang) in Fetuses and New-Born Calves
, Journal of Experimental Medicine 41(5): 639-647 (1925)

Pneumonia due to the Development of Ascarides
, Rev. Vet, Feb 76(2): 69-76 (1924)

Pneumonia in Swine Resulting from Salmonella suipestifer Infection
, N. Amer. Vet 18(6): 41-47 (1937)

Pneumonomycosis in goslings and turkey poults
, Kozl. Osszehas. eletes kortan Korebo'l, 32: 73 (1944)

Pneumonyssus caninum n.sp. a Mite from the Frontal Sinus of the Dog
, J.Parasit 26: 59-67 (1940)

Pneumonyssus foxi, nov. sp. An Arachnoid Parasitic in the Lung of a Monkey (Macacus rhesus)
, Jl. of Parasitol, Sept 2(1): 37-45 (1915)

Pneumotropic Virus Diseases in Man and Animals
, Archiv für Wissenschaftliche und Praktische Tierheilkunde 71: 149-181 (1937)

Pneumotropic Viruses
, Dtsch. med. Wschr 61: 8-10 (1935)

Pnfertility in the cow
, Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde 87: 1-14 (1945)

Pnoma eonidiogena, an excitant of asthma : , some observations on the development and cultural characteristics
, Bull. Torrey Bat. Club 58(4): 203-214 (1931)

Po-yok fruits from Sierra Leone
, Bull. Imp. Inst., Lond 40: 99-103 (1942)

PoAA (A. E.) The Cotton Worm (Chloridea obsoleta F.) and its Control.
, Trud. sredneaz. Fil. nauchno-issled. Inst. Zashch. Rast, Tashkent, 1, 3-17 (1936)

Poa
, Rukovod. Approb. seljskohoz. Kuljt 4: 177-9 (1938)

Poa annua L. x supina Schrad. found in Norway
, Medd. Norsk. bot. Foren, publ. 1939. 45-8 (1938)

Poa badensis in Bohemia
, Veda prir 17: 264-5 (1936)

Poa fertilis in mixtures with alfalfa
, Ceskoslov. Zemed 15: 167-8 (1933)

Poa haemi, descriptio emendata
, Repert. Spec. Nov. Fedde, Repert. Europ. & Med. 3., 30: 250-1 (1932)

Poa pratensis, the most important grass of the permanent pastures of Central and North East Germany
, Grunl. u. Landesk 9(1): 2-3 (1932)

Poa rigens Hartm. versus Poa arctica R. Br
, Symb. bot. upsaliens. 3: 3-21 (1934)

Poa series Bulbosae Roshev. of Palestine and Syria
, Kcw Bull, 7, 277-85 (1941)

Poa sterilis M. Bieb. and P. capillifolia Kalchbr. in Cechoslovakia
, Veda Prir 15: 205-20 (1934)

Poa supina Schrad. found in Denmark (Bomholin)
, Bot. Tidskr 48: 269-71 (1944)

Poa supina Schrad. in Sweden and its hitherto overlooked hybrid with P. annua L
, Bot. Notiser, 1-2, 1-16 (1935)

Poaceae
, North American Flora 17(4): 289-354 (1931)

Pocket dictionary of plant names and their meanings
, Handworterbuch der Pflanzennamen und ihre Erklarungen, Gartnerische Verlagsgesellschaft, Dr Walter Lang, K.-G., Berlin, 468 (1938)

Pocomoke Swamp: a study of a Cypress swamp on the eastern shore of Maryland
, Bull. Torrey bot. Cl 66: 367-89 (1939)

Pod and stem blight of Soybean
, Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard 10(2): 111-169 (1923)

Pod and stem blight of the Soybean
, Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society 38: 1-2, 13 (1922)

Pod spot of Okra (Hibiscus escalentas L.) and a leaf spot of Hibiscus rosa-sinensis L. in Ceylon
, Trap. Agriculture, Trin 20(4): 67-70 (1943)

Podapolipus diander n. sp. acarien heterostygmate parasite du criquet migrateur (Locitsta migratoria L.)
, Arch. Inst. Pasteur Algerie. Algiers 18(3): 321-340 (1940)

Podisma, alpina var. collina, Brunn., causing Injury in Forests and Vineyards
, Z. PflKrankh, Stuttgart, 52: pt. 7-8, 382-389 (1942)

Podocarpus in the Cameroons.
, Rev. Bot. appl 19: 411-14 (1939)

Podophyllin treatment of condylomata acuminata
, J. Urol 51: 655-659 (1944)

Podrucje prednje hemoroidaine vene u rektumu kod svinje. (Area drained by the vena haemorrhoidalis cranialis in the rectum of the pig
, Vet. Arhiv, 13: 186 (1943)

Pods of Prosopis spicigera Linn
, Indian For 66: 683-4 (1940)

Podzol profiles in the tropics
, Natuurk. Tijdschr. Nederl. Indie. 96: 25-41 (1936)

Podzol soils in the southern Appalachian Mountains
, Soil Science Society Proceedings 1938. 274-9 (1938)

Podzols and potash
, Better Crops with Plant Food 24: 10, 6-8; 43 (1940)

Poecitoscytus cognatus, Fieb. (Hemiptera, Miridae) as a Serious Pest of Sugar-beets
, Bull. Ent. Res, London, 18: pt. 1, 1-3 (1927)

Poikilocytosis in dairy cattle
, Arch Path 39(6): 351-357 (1945)

Poinsettia scab caused by Sphaceloma
, Phytopath 31(10): 947-948 ( 1941)

Point evaluation of typical diets
, J. Amer. Dietetic Assoc 19: 621-624 (1943)

Point mutations in the potato leafroll virus major capsid protein alter virion stability and aphid transmission
, Journal of General Virology 88(Pt 6): 1821-1830 (2007)

Point of action of acidosis in production of hyperglycaemia. Experimental studies
, Riv. Patol. sper 10: 52-58 (1933)

Point of action of histamine and of secretin-like substances occurring in foods on the secretory apparatus of the stomach fundus glands
, Arch. f. Verdauungs-Kr 54: 1-16 (1933)

Point of action of thyrozine
, Arch. exp. Pathol. Pharmakol 177: 442-449 (1935)

Point of attack of thyroxine
, Arch. exp. Pathol. Pharmakoi 181: 376-386 (1936)

Point rationing of foodstuffs
, Butt. Inst. Statistics Oxford. 5: 129-133 (1943)

Point to be considered in Utilizing the Duck as a Mosquito Destroyer
, Amer. Jl. Trop. Med. & Prev. Dis, New Orleans 2(12): 767-768 (1915)

Pointers on the Horn Fly
, Jl. Jamaica Agric. Soc, Kingston 21(2): 46-48 (1917)

Points for Consideration in Relation to the Improvement in Live-Stock in India
, Agric. & Livestock, India., 3: 205-210 (1933)

Points in duck breeding
, Rev. Industr. anim, N.S. 1(4): 159-171 (1938)

Points in purchasing grass and clover seed
, Tasm. J. Agric 3: 14-7 (1932)

Points in the Histological Diagnosis of Rabies
, Zeitsch. f. Infektionskr. parasit. Krankh. u. Hag. d. Haust 28(4): 300-303 (1925)

Points in the diagnosis and prevention of Ascaris infection
, New Zealand Medical Journal 38(203): 23-26 (1939)

Points of Interest noted from 1820 Experiments
, Proc. Ent. Soc. Nova Scotia Truro, 6, 32-35 (1921)

Points of contact and divergence between soil science and other geological sciences.
, Pedology, 6, 3-11 (1941)

Points of selection in the genetics of the Pine.
, Forstw. Centralbl 60: 152-7 (1938)

Points of view regarding culling in the cattle byres
, Lantmannen. Stockh., 25: 723-724 (1941)

Points to be observed in the ensilage of green fodder
, Mitt. Landw 54: 880-1; 893-4 (1939)

Points to be observed in the growing of the fodder mallow
, Mitt. Landw 53: 613-4 (1938)

Poison Bait for Grasshoppers
, Set. Bull. Dept. Agric. N.S.W, Sydney, 29, 51-53 (1927)

Poison Baits against Locusts
, Publ. Dir. Agron. Minist. Industr. Uruguay, Montevideo 7(3): 54-64 (1934)

Poison Baits for Grasshoppers
, Jl. Econ. Entom, Concord, N. H. 13(2): 232-237 (1920)

Poison Baits for the Control of Locusta migratoria, L
, Central-Asiatic Expt. Sta. Plant Protect, Tashkent, 28 (1925)

Poison Dusting for Locusts
, Jl. Dept. Agric. W. Australia,'iv. Perth, W. A., March, 1, 101-104 (1927)

Poison Gas on the Farm: Some Problems of the Veterinary Practitioner
, Vet. Rec 53: 249-251 (1941)

Poison Peach (Tremaaspera) J a Plant Poisonousto Stock
, Aust. vet. J 18: 68-72 (1942)

Poison Plants in Australia
, J. comp. Path 50: 807-811 (1937)

Poison ivy and poison sumac
, Ext.Bull, 191: 14 (1930)

Poison of Paederus idae.
, Honzo. Tokyo, 11, 27-31 (1933)

Poison plants
, Queensland Agric Jour 55(1): 11-21 (1941)

Poison-baits against Locusts
, Bol. Pat. veg. Ent. agric, Madrid 8: 49-56 (1938)

Poisoned Bait for Cutworms
, Canadian Entomologist 47(7): 201-204 (1915)

Poisoned Baits as a Control Measure against Phytonomus.
, Bull. Plant Prot, Leningrad, 1-2, 39-41 (1940)

Poisoned Baits as a Control Measure against the Caterpillars of Cutworm on Beets.
, Bull. Plant Prot, Leningrad, 3, 17-22 (1940)

Poisoned Baits as a Method of controlling the Migratory Locust (Locusta migratoria, L.), under the Conditions of Kuban Habitats.
, Bull. N. Caucas. Inst. Plant Prot, Rostov-on-Don, i(viii): 1, 14-36. f (1932)

Poisoned Baits in the Campaign against northern Grasshoppers in the G-ovt. of Orenburg
, Agricultural Gazette. Petrograd 17 (183), 319-320 (1917)

Poisoned Baits in the Control of Euxoa segetum, Schiff.
, Bul. Ivanivsk. dosv. selektz. Sta, Okhtirka, pt. 8, 58-70 (1927)

Poisoned Molasses for the Destruction of Noctuid Moths
, Jl. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N. Y. 15(3): 214-220 (1922)

Poisoning Of Pigs with Boiled Swedes
, Sovyet. Vet, 4, 58-59 (1940)

Poisoning Of Ruminants by Cestrum palqui
, C.R. Soc. Biol 105: 240-241 (1930)

Poisoning Tree Parasites with Cyanide of Potassium
, Science 47(1214): 344-345 (1918)

Poisoning by Pernettya prostrata var. pentlandii (Reventadera). Toxicology, Pharmacology and Treatment
, Rev. Med. vet. Bogota. 12(83): 40-58 (1943)

Poisoning by Cleansing Agents and Caustics
, Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 50: 450 (1942)

Poisoning by Eucalypts
, Victorian Nat 60(2): 31 (1943)

Poisoning by Mimosa invisa Mart - Buffaloes
, Ned. -ind. Bl. Diergeneesk 46: 151-160 (1934)

Poisoning by Molasses and the Analysis of Stomach Contents
, Bull. Acad. vet. Fr 12: 289-291 (1939)

Poisoning by Phytolacca dodeeandra l'Herit Family: Phytolaccaceae
, Vet. J 95: 185-188 (1939)

Poisoning by Ragwort
, Welsh J. Agric 13: 321-325 (1937)

Poisoning by Rhubarb
, Bull. Acad. vet, France 6: 214-221 (1933)

Poisoning by Woody Nightshade
, Vet. Rec 11: 161-162 (1931)

Poisoning by foods and condiments in themselves harmless
, Munch. med. Wochenschr, 86: 929 (1939)

Poisoning by hydrocyanic acid
, J. Amer. vet. Med. Assoc 95: 371-3 (1939)

Poisoning by injurious metals and arsenic in food
, Voeding 2: 1-13 (1940)

Poisoning by mushrooms
, Rev. med. Chile. 72: 986-904 (1944)

Poisoning by mussels and fish
, Fortschr. d. Med 51: 291-292 (1933)

Poisoning by oleoresin of aspidium. Report of a case with post mortem findings.
, Puerto Rico Journal of Public Health and Tropical Medicine 21(2): 213-218 (1945)

Poisoning by the Toxic Principle of Curamaguey- Urechites lutea (L.) Britton
, Rev. Med. trop. Parasit, Habana 8: 47-49 (1942)

Poisoning due to feeding on roots
, Maaneds-skr, Dyrlaeger., 53: 157-168 (1941)

Poisoning due to mobilization of lead from the skeleton by leukaemic hyperplasia of bone marrow
, British Medical Journal 2: 764 (1945)

Poisoning from eating smoked gooseflesh
, Ztschr. f. Fleisch u. Milchhyg 41: 521-523 (1931)

Poisoning from eating tunny
, Nord. Med 26: 903-906 (1945)

Poisoning from ewe's milk cheese
, Problems of Nutrition, Moscow. 9(1/2): 69-71 (1940)

Poisoning from the careless use of preventives of plant diseases and from other chance circumstances
, Tijdschr. Diergeneesk 68: 804-809 (1941)

Poisoning in Cattle.
, Canad. J. comp. Med 5: 283-287 (1941)

Poisoning in Chickens with Wnorled Milkweed
, J. Amer. Vet. Med. Ass 79: 102-104 (1931)

Poisoning in Man and Animals by Toxie Substances used in the Destruction of Locusts
, Bull. Off. int. Hyg. publ 29: 977-991 (1937)

Poisoning in Young Cattle by a Member of the Serophulariaceae
, Vet. Rec, 49: 1514 (1937)

Poisoning in cattle by eagle fern
, Rec. Med. vet 112: 11-14 (1936)

Poisoning in domestic animals
, Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde 87: 142-154 (1945)

Poisoning in horses due to linseed cake
, Rec. Mdd. vet 111: 156-161 (1935)

Poisoning in partridges due to zelioweizen and the chemical demonstration of thallium
, Deutsch. tierarztl. Wochenschr 43: 20-21 (1935)

Poisoning in pastured Cattle after the Application of arsenical Insecticides
, NachrBl. deuts. PflSchDienst. Berlin 13(1): 1-2 (1933)

Poisoning in pigs due to Vicia ervilia)
, Bull. Acad. vet. France. 18: 98-100 (1945)

Poisoning of Animals by Cyanides Present in Some Industrial Effluents
, Vet. Rec, 13: 538 (1933)

Poisoning of Army Horses by False Acacia (Robinia pseudacacia)
, Schweiz. Arch.Tierheilk 82: 112-116 (1940 )

Poisoning of Army Horses, with Castor Oii Beans
, Z. Veterinark 54: 337-338 (1942)

Poisoning of Bullocks by Portugal Laurel (Primus lusitanica) and Common Elder (Sambucus nigra)
, Vet. Rec 14: 935-936 (1934)

Poisoning of Calves by Paint Containing Red Lead
, Clin. vet, Milano 62: 89-42 (1939)

Poisoning of Cattle and Buffaloes with Oak Buds and Leaves
, Dtsch. tierarztl Wschr 47: 55-58 (1939)

Poisoning of Cattle by N'Daka (Canthium sp.)
, Serv. zootech. Epiz. A. O. P 1(2): 30-32 (1938)

Poisoning of Cattle by Arsenic Solutions used as Plant Parasiticides
, Bull Soc. Sci. vet. Lyon 38: 181-146 (1935)

Poisoning of Cattle by Artificial Manures
, Vet. Rec, 53: 650 (1941)

Poisoning of Cattle by Drugs with Explosive Properties
, Bull. Soc. Sci.vet, Lyon., 39: 16-22 (1936)

Poisoning of Cattle by Ergotised Paspalum
, Vet. Res. Rep., Dep. Agric, N.S.W., 78-88 (1937)

Poisoning of Cattle by Gossypol through Feeding with Cotton-Seed Oil Cake
, Sovyet. Vet, 7, 72-74 (1939)

Poisoning of Cattle by Green Maize
, Profilassi 8: 23-24 (1935)

Poisoning of Cattle by Inhalation of Mercury Vapour
, Norsk VetTidsskr 53: 363-377 (1941)

Poisoning of Cattle by Mimosa invisa
, Ned.-ind. Bl. Diergeneesk, 47: 35 (1935)

Poisoning of Cattle by Saline Bore Water
, Aust. vet. F 15: 87-88 (1939)

Poisoning of Cattle by Salt Pastures
, Nuovo Ercol 40: 288-292 (1935)

Poisoning of Cattle through the Skin with Nicotine
, Tijdschr. Diergeneesk 61: 1160-1161 (1934)

Poisoning of Cattle. Black (or Garden) Nightshade
, N. Z. J. Agric 57: 99-101 (1938)

Poisoning of Cattleby Sudan Grass and other Cyanogenetic Plants
, Aust. vet. J, 19-221 (1941)

Poisoning of Dogs by the Giant Toad, Bufo marinus: Its Treatment with Nembutal
, Aust. vet. J 14: 152-153 (1938)

Poisoning of Domestic Animals by Chimney Smoke Containing Copper and Arsenic
, Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 47: 442-447 (1939)

Poisoning of Domestic and Wild Fowls by Metal Phosphide
, Archiv für Wissenschaftliche und Praktische Tierheilkunde 74: 518-517 (1939)

Poisoning of Ducks by Cabbage White Caterpillars
, Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 50: 449-450 (1942)

Poisoning of Farm Animals: Observations on Phosphorus Poisoning
, KozlOsszehas. elet- es kortan Korebol, 30: 178 (1941)

Poisoning of Fowls by Fly Larvae (Lucilia, Erystalis)
, Vet. ir Zootech. Kovno., 13: 307-312 (1936)

Poisoning of Foxes by Dogfish (Squalus acanthias)
, Norsk VetTidsskr 56: 63-67 (1944)

Poisoning of Goats by Kekara Taoen
, Ned.-ind. Bl Diergeneesk 47: 34-35 (1935)

Poisoning of Honeybees by Rotenone-Derris Dusts
, J. econ. Ent. Menasha, Wis. 30(1): 75-77 (1937)

Poisoning of Horses by Arabis arenosa
, Svensk VetTidskr 39: 311-316 (1934)

Poisoning of Horses by DM (Adamsite)
, Wiad. weteryn 17: 397-401 (1938)

Poisoning of Horses by Glechoma (Ground Ivy)
, Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 43: 708-709 (1935)

Poisoning of Horses by Old Sugar Beet Tops
, Allatorv.Kozl. 33: 23-25 (1936)

Poisoning of Horses by Red Clover
, Bull Acad. vet. Fr 7: 333-384 (1934)

Poisoning of Horses by Vetches
, Ann. Med. vet 83: 293-301 (1938)

Poisoning of Horses with Aristoluchia clematidis
, Sovyet. Vet, 9, 36-88 (1937)

Poisoning of Horses with Mouldy Fodder
, Sovyet. Vet, 1, 66-69 (1939)

Poisoning of Lambs by Wild Radish (Raphanus raphanistrum)
, Rev. vet, Toulouse 88: 682-683 (1936)

Poisoning of Livestock by Powdered Fruit Tree Insecticides (Arsenic)
, Ann. Med. vet 81: 468-478 (1936)

Poisoning of Livestock by Sugar-Beet
, Vet. ir Zootech. Kovno., 14: 858-856 (1937)

Poisoning of Pigs by Moulds
, Z. Schweinez, 9-10 (1941)

Poisoning of Pigs by Sodium Bicarbonate in Flour Sweepings
, Vet. J 89: 80-82 (1933)

Poisoning of Pnytolacca dodecandra L'Herit.-Family : Phyto-laccaceae
, Vet. J 95: 135-8 (1939)

Poisoning of Ruminants by Cotton Seed Meal
, J. Pharm. Chem, Paris., 24: 101-118 (1936)

Poisoning of Ruminants by the Secretions of the Migratory Locust
, Rec. Med. Vet 95(19): 556-563 (1919)

Poisoning of Sheep by Helichrysum blandowskianum Steetz (Woolly Everlasting)
, Aust. vet. J 14: 241-244 (1938)

Poisoning of Sheep by Larvae of Margaridinae (Hemiptera, Coccidae) in Stems of Grasses in Eritrea
, Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper 14: 365-366 (1939)

Poisoning of Sheep by Solanum cinereum
, Vet. Jl, Feb 79(2): 56-59 (1923)

Poisoning of Sheep by Soursobs (Oxalis cernua) Chronic Oxalic Acid Poisoning
, Australian Vet. Jl 5(2): 60-69 (1929)

Poisoning of Sheep by the Seeds of Burrawang (Macrozamia spiralis)
, Vet. Res. Rep., Dept. Agric, New South Wales., 6, 70-80 (1931)

Poisoning of Silver Foxes by a Woodwork Preservative ( Xylamon )
, Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 43: 7-8 (1935)

Poisoning of Stock by Solanum siurtianum,
, Dept. of Agric. New South Wales Vet. Res. Rep: 28-33 (1925)

Poisoning of Swine and Cattle by Common Salt
, Profilassi 8: 53-54 (1935)

Poisoning of Swine by American Barley (Scabby Barley )
, Tierarztl Mitt 17: 342 (1936)

Poisoning of Swine by Sodium Chloride
, Sovyet. Vet, 11, 68-71 (1934)

Poisoning of Swine by Water in which Beetroots have been cooked
, Union vet, Bordeaux, 18, 5-8 (1934)

Poisoning of Turkey Poults from Whorled Milkweed (Asclepias galioides)
, Poult. Sci 21: 263-270 (1942)

Poisoning of a Goat by Rhubarb Leaves
, Rec. Med. vet 109: 91-92 (1932)

Poisoning of a Horse by Sugar Denatured by the Addition of Tar
, Zverolek. Obz 30: 94-96 (1937)

Poisoning of animals and human beings by algae
, S AFRICAN JOUR SCI 4l: 243-244 (1945)

Poisoning of animals by algae on dams and pans
, Farming in S Africa 18(208): 489-492, 510 (1943)

Poisoning of animals by arsenic in the smelting district of Saxony
, Ztschr. Tierernahrung Futtermittelk 8: 255-268 (1944)

Poisoning of cattle by Baccharis coridifolia, D.C
, Almanaque Min. Agric. Argent 15: 317-8 (1940)

Poisoning of cattle by Cestrum Parqui L'Her
, Almanaque Min. Agric, Argent 17: 241-2 (1942)

Poisoning of cattle by Dog's Mercury (Mercurialis annua, L.)
, Vet. Rec, 56: 513 (1944)

Poisoning of cattle by calcium arsenate
, Bull. Acad. vet. Fr 16: 18-23 (1943)

Poisoning of cattle by ergotized Paspatam
, Vet. Res. Rep. N.S.W., 1938. 7: 7 (1938)

Poisoning of cattle by fungus-infected maize
, Rev. Med. vet. B. Aires 28: 156-160 (1944)

Poisoning of cattle by ragwort (Senecio jacobaea)
, Vet. Rec 48: 1488-1489 (1936)

Poisoning of cattle by sorghums
, Almanaque Min. Agric. Argent 16: 203-4 (1941)

Poisoning of cattle frequent in these months
, An, Soc. Rur. Argentina 66: 367-70 (1932)

Poisoning of fattening pigs with sea salt
, Bull. Inst. agronom. Gembloux. 4: 316-324 (1935)

Poisoning of horses caused by lavage with a solution of acetic acid
, Skand. VetTidskr 33: 659-677 (1943)

Poisoning of human beings by weeds contained in cereals (bread poisoning)
, Onderstepoort J. Vet. Sci. and Animal Indust 1: 219-266 (1933)

Poisoning of live stock on old and harvested lands
, Fmg. S. Afr, 13: 334 (1938)

Poisoning of livestock by plants that produce hydrocyanic acid
, Leafl. U.S. Dep.Agric, 88: 4 (1940)

Poisoning of sheep by Digitalis purpurea
, Norsk Landbr, 4: 453 (1938)

Poisoning of stock by frost-damaged fodder crops
, Fmg. S. Afr, 15: 138 (1940)

Poisoning of stock by fungus-infected Paspalum grasses
, Farming in S Africa 15-340-344(174) (1940)

Poisoning of stock by plants of the sorghum family
, J. Dep. Agric. Vict, 43: 100 (1945)

Poisoning of stock by sorghums when fed in the green state
, Rhodesia Agric. J 31: 169-170 (1934)

Poisoning of stock on old and harvested lands
, Farming in S Africa 20(232): 419-422, 436 (1945)

Poisoning of swine by mangolds and turnips
, Jugoslov. vet. Glasn 17: 153-160 (1937)

Poisoning of young bulls caused by Cynodon dactylon (Bermuda grass)
, Gac. vet, B. Aires 6: 264-276 (1944)

Poisoning of young bulls caused by Cynodon dactylon, L., Pers. (Bermuda grass)
, Gac. vet. Buenos Aires. 6: 264-276 (1944)

Poisoning oi cattle and buffaloes with oak bads and young oak leaves
, Deutsch. tierdrztl. Wochenschr 47: 55-58 (1939)

Poisoning the Boll Weevil
, Alabama Agric. Expt. Sta., Bull, Auburn., 212, 53-84 (1920)

Poisoning with Datura
, East African Med. J 21: 355-361 (1944)

Poisoning with Tribulus terrestris in Sheep and Goats in the Ashkhabad Region of Tadzhikistan
, Trad. Uzbek, nauchn.-issled. vet.Stan. Tashkent 9: 105-108 (1938)

Poisoning with monoiodoacetic acid. 1. Monoiodoacetic acid and the formation of glucose in phloridzinised animals
, Biochem. Ztschr 276: 434-437 (1935)

Poisoning with monoiodoacetic acid. 2. Oxygen consumption at low temperatures of animals poisoned with monoiodoacetic acid
, Biochem. Ztschr 276: 438-441 (1935)

Poisoning with monoiodoacetic acid. 3. Oxygen consumption and respiratory quotient of pigeons poisoned with monoiodoacetic acid following injection of 2, 4-dinitrophenol
, Biochem. Ztschr 276: 442-445 (1935)

Poisoning with pindang and Other fish
, Geneesk. Tijdschr. Nederland, Indie. 79: 578-587 (1939)

Poisonings of Livestock
, N. Z. J. Agric 64: 11-13; 99-102 (1942)

Poisonous Action of Euproctis flava Bremer (Preliminary Report).
, Trans, nat. Hist. Soc. Formosa. Taihoku, Formosa 28: 407-413 (1938)

Poisonous Metals on Sprayed Fruits and Vegetables
, U.S. Dept. Agric. Bull, Washington, D.C. 1027, 66 (1922)

Poisonous Minerals in Plants
, Rep. Wyo. agric. Exp. Sta.,. 1934. 17-20 (1934)

Poisonous Plants met with in Country Practice
, Vet. Rec 12: 233-286 (1932)

Poisonous Plants of Hawaii
, Vet. Bull. U.S. Army 31: 26-28 (1937)

Poisonous Plants of Maryland In Relation to Livestock
, Tech. Bull. Md agric. Exp. Sta, A 10, 249C-312C (1942)

Poisonous Plants of the, Country. (Argentine Republic)
, Rev. zootec, Buenos Aires 20: 54-58 (1933)

Poisonous Plants with Special Reference to the Poisonous Properties of Bracken (Ptendium aquilinum)
, Scot. J. Agric 19: 247-251 (1936)