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Johnson, Edna Louise 1943: Plant responses induced by certain chemical growth regulators. Univ Colorado Stud Ser D Phys And Biol Sci 2(1): 13-24
Tariq, M.; Hameed, S.; Malik, K., A.; Hafeez, F., Y. 2007: Plant root associated bacteria for zinc mobilization in rice. Pakistan Journal of Botany 39(1): 245-253
Francis, G.; Becker, K. 2007: Plant saponins. Dietary Supplements for the health and quality of cultured fish: 178-192
Skuja, J. 1934: Plant secretins. Skand. Arch. f. Physiol 70: 126-132
Gaines, E.F. 1938: Plant selection and breeding in relation to soil conservation. Northwest Science 12: 58-62
Piescu, A. 1933: Plant selection and cereal rusts. Viaja Agric 24: 72-79
Ruzevskii, A. 1945: Plant selection at the pedigree State farm Omsk. Sovhoz. Proizvod, 6, 23-8
Jameson, J.D. 1938: Plant selection in native cotton plots. Emp. Cott. Gr. Rev 15: 295-300
El Oirdi, M.; Bouarab, K. 2007: Plant signalling components EDS1 and SGT1 enhance disease caused by the necrotrophic pathogen Botrytis cinerea. New Phytologist 175(1): 131-139
Boer, A.C. 1942: Plant sociological description of the Phragmitetalia. Ned kruidk. Arch, 52: Med. Zuiderzeccommissie 44, 237-302
Fritschi, A. 1942: Plant sociological observations in economic forests.. Schweiz. Z. Forstw 93: 55-61, 84-90
Moor, M. 1940: Plant sociological observations in the woods of the Chasserai region (Bernese and Neuenburg Jura). Ber. Schweiz. bot. Ges 50: 545-66
Regel, C. 1933: 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
Carter, W.T. 1936: Plant species adapted to the southern prairies and Great Plains. Rep. Amer. Soil Surv. Ass. 16th Meeting, Bull. 17, 127-31
Chung, H.G.; Zak, D.R.; Reich, P.B.; Ellsworth, D.S. 2007: Plant species richness, elevated CO2, and atmospheric nitrogen deposition alter soil microbial community composition and function. Global Change Biology 13(5): 980-989
Horvath, J.L.; Croswell, M.; O'Malley, R.C.; McGrew, W.C. 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
Hansen, A. 1933: Plant stand and pasture yield. Mitt. dtsck. LandwGes 48: 1024-6
Feise, J. 1941: Plant stands and soils of meadows in southern Hanover. J. Landw 88: 167-84
Nettles, W.C. 1943: Plant stimulation aids in control of Pissodes nemorensis on Cedrus deodara. Jour Econ Ent 36(2): 345
Proyor, L.D. 1942: Plant succession and Pine regeneration. Aust. For 6: 87-96
Campbell, R.S. 1931: Plant succession and grazing capacity on clay soils in Southern New Mexico. Journal of Agricultural Research (Washington, D.C.) 43: 1027-1051
Cottam, W.P.; Stewart, G. 1940: Plant succession as a result of grazing and of meadow desiccation by erosion since settlement in 1862. J. For 38: 613-26
Parker, D. 1945: Plant succession at Long Pond, Long Island, New York. Butler Univ Bot Stud 7: 74-88
Polunin, N. 1936: Plant succession in Norwegian Lapland. J. Ecol 24: 372-91
Leal, M.G.; Lorscheitter, M.L. 2007: 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
Weevers, T. 1942: Plant succession in the Bies-bos. Ned. kruidk. Arch 52: 157-8
Muller, C.H. 1940: Plant succession in the Larrea-Flourensia climax. Ecology 21(2): 206-212
Bonck, J.; Penfound, W.T. 1945: Plant succession on abandoned farm land in the vicinity of New Orleans, Louisiana. American Midland Nat 33(2): 520-529
Thomson, J.W. 1943: Plant succession on abandoned fields in the central Wisconsin sand plain area. Bull Torrey Bot Club 70(1): 34-41
Judd, B.Ira 1939: Plant succession on scoria buttes of western North Dakota. Ecology 20(2): 335-336
Hanson, H.C.; Whitman, W. 1937: Plant succession on solonetz soils in western North Dakota. Ecology 18(4): 516-522
Reid, E.H. 1941: Plant succession on subalpine grasslands as affected by livestock management. Northwest Sci 15(1): 3-5
Daubenmire, R.F.; Slipp, A.W. 1943: Plant succession on talus slopes in northern Idaho as influenced by slope exposure. Bull Torrey Bot Club 70(5): 473-480
Muhr, G.R. 1942: 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
Schopfer, W.H. 1935: Plant test for vitamin B1. Ztschr. Vitaminforsch 4: 67-75
Emmert, E.M. 1941: Plant tests as a guide to fertilizer treatment of tomatoes. Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 38: 621-622
Schrader, A.L. 1939: Plant thinning (spacing) of strawberries as it affects yields, plant growth and cultural methods. Trans. Peninsula hort. Soc. 1939. 142-6
Atkinson, H.J.; Patry, L.M.; Wright, L.E. 1944: Plant tissue testing. Sci Agric ottawa 24(9): 437-442
Shear, G.M. 1943: Plant tissue tests versus soil tests for determining the availability of nutrients for tobacco. Virginia Agric Exp Sta Tech Bull 84: 1-15
Ext, W. 1931: Plant toxicity trials with so-called Saurenebeln. Angewandte Botanik 13: 262-290
Levine, M. 1936: Plant tumors and their relation to cancer. Bot. Rev 2(9): 439-455
Favorsky, N.V. 1936: Plant tumours and production of mutation by J0rgensen method. Bull. Appl. Bot. Leningrad, 1936. 9: 71-123
Schneiter, F. 1941: Plant utilization in the alpine woodland pasture belt. IV. Improvement of the nutritive value of alpine pastures. Wien. landw. Ztg, 91: 2
Gilm0re, Melvin, R. 1932: Plant vagrants in America. Papers Michigan Acad Sci Arts And Letters 15: 65-79
Smith, K.M. 1939: Plant virases U; viras diseases of plants. Tabul. biol. Den Haag 17(1): 26-71
Cairaschi, E.A. 1941: Plant virus diseases and insect vectors. Rev. hort 113: 373-6
Gratia, A.; Manil, P. 1936: Plant viruses and heredity. C.R. Soc. Biol 122: 814-15
Bawden, F.C. 1945: Plant viruses and virus diseases. Nature. Lond., 155: 3928, 156-158
Herbert, D.A. 1939: Plant viruses in Queensland. I. Univ Queensland Papers Dept Biol 1(11): 1-5
Abolin, G.I. 1937: Plant yield in relation to various supplies of carbonates of potassium, sodium and magnesium. Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR. Biol. Ser, 3, 1023-48
Gashkova, O.A. 1939: Plant's response to sharp variation of temperature. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR 24: 492-495
Butkevich, W.S.; Butkevic, V.S.; Maruashvili Maruasvili, L.V. 1939: Plant's uptake of potassium and yield as induced by sodium chloride. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR 22: 127-130
Wolf, E.A.; Haxtman, J.D. 1942: Plant- and fruit-pruning as a means of increasing fruit set in muskmelon breeding. Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 40: 415-420
Davidson, W.M. 1914: Plant-Louse Notes from California. Jl. Econ. Entom, Concord, Feb 7(1): 127-136
Pliginsky, V. 1917: Plant-Mites injurious to Horticulture. The Horticulturist. Rostov-on-Don, January 16(1): 40-45
Brown, R.J. 1940: Plant-available phosphate and phosphate extracted by sodium acetate buffer. Proc. Amer. Soc. Sug. Beet Tech, 305-312
Fillery, I.R.P. 2007: Plant-based manipulation of nitrification in soil: a new approach to managing N loss?. Plant and Soil 294(1/2): 1-4
Engledow, F.L. 1931: Plant-breeding ; its practices and scientific evolution. Sci. J. Roy. Coll. Sci, Lond 1: 74-95
Fulmek, L. 1916: Plant-bug Injury to the Grape-vine. Zeitschr.f. Pflanzenkrankheiten, Stuttgart 26(6-7): 323-329
Jensen, J.H. 1937: Plant-disease investigations. Rep. P.R. agric. Exp. Sta., 1937. 67-69
Fajardo, T.G. 1934: 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
Meusel, H. 1941: 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
Slade, R.E.; Templeman, W.G.; Sexton, W.A. 1945: Plant-growth substances as selective weed-killers. Differential effect of plant-growth substances on plant species. Nature 155: 497-8
Trappmann, W. 1943: Plant-protectives-yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Z. PflKrankh 53(1-3): 93-106
Walter, H. 1937: Plant-sociology and the study of plant-succession.. Ztschr. Bot 31: 545-559
Scarseth, G.D. 1943: Plant-tissue testing in diagnosis of the nutritional status of growing plants. Soil Sci 55(1): 113-120
Emmert, E.M. 1945: Plant-tissue tests as a guide to the fertilization of tomatoes and potatoes. Veg. Growers Assoc. Am. Ann. Rept, 58-73
Gutierrez. M.E 1938: Plant-to-the-row tests on seedlings of strawberry. Philipp. J. Agric 9: 335-45
Mcwhorter, F.P. 1941: Plant-virus differentiation by trypan-blue reactions within infected tissue. Stain Technol 16(4): 143-148
Burret, M. 1937: Plantae Duqueanae. Notizbl. bot. Gart. Berl 13: 489-500
Handel-Mazzetti, H. 1937: Plantae Mellianae Sinensis. III. Beih. Bot. Cbl, 56 B: 448-82
Ohwi, J. 1934: Plantae Novae Japonicae. Repertorium Novarum Specierum Regni Vegetabilis 36: 39-58
Merrill, E.D.; Perry, L.M. 1940: Plantae Papuanae Archboldianae, IV. J. Arnold Arbor 21: 511-27
Merrill, E.D.; Perry, L.M. 1942: Plantae Papuanae Archboldianae, IX. Jour Arnold Arboretum 23(2): 233-265, 267-297
Merrill, E.D.; Perry, L.M. 1941: Plantae Papuanae Archboldianae, V. Jour Arnold Arboretum 22(1): 32-59
Merrill, E.D.; Perry, L.M. 1941: Plantae Papuanae Archboldianae, VI. Jour Arnold Arboretum 22(2): 253-270
Merrill, E.D.; Perry, L.M. 1941: Plantae Papuanae Archboldianae, VIII. Jour Arnold Arboretum 22(4): 529-542
Merrill, E.D.; Perry, L.M. 1943: Plantae Papuanae Archboldianae, XIII. Melastomatacea. J. Arnold Arbor 24: 422-39
Merrill, E.D.; Perry, L.M. 1944: Plantae Papuanae Archboldianae, XIV. J. Arnold Arbor 25: 183-205
Merrill, E.D.; Perry, L.M. 1945: Plantae Papuanae Archboldianae, XVI. J. Arnold Arbor 26: 229-66
Merrill, E.D.; Perry, L.M. 1943: Plantae Papuanae Archboldinae, XII. J. Arnold Arbor 24: 207-17
Schultes, R.E. 1944: Plantae austro-americanae, II. De investigationibus generis Herrania diversae observationes. Caldasia 2, 9: 325-36
Schultes, R.E. 1943: Plantae austro-americanae. I. Novae notiones conjuctionesque genris Herrania. Caldasia 2(6): 11-28
Schultes, R.E. 1942: Plantae colombianae II. Bot. Mus. Leafl. Harv 10(10): 301-24
Schultes, R.E. 1944: Plantae colombianae VIII. Caldasia 3(11): 23-32
Schultes, R.E. 1944: Plantae colombianae, IV. Investigationes specierum Saurauiae : locus secundus. Caldasia 2(9): 315-23
Schultes, R.E. 1945: Plantae colombianae, X. I. De Euphorbiaceis notae diversae. II. Investigationes specierum Saurauiae: locus tertius. Caldasia 3(13): 247-54
Schultes, R.E. 1943: Plantae colombianae. III. Investigationes specierum Saurauiae : locus primus. Caldasia 2(6): 27-45
Andreanszky, G.; Baron, V. 1934: Plantae in Africa Boreali lectae. I. Index Hort. bot. Budapest, 67-110
Schultes, R.E. 1942: Plantae mexicanae X. New or critical species from Oaxaca. Bot. Mus. Leafl. Harv 9: 165-215
Hao, K.S. 1936: Plantae novae Sinicae. III. Repertorium Novarum Specierum Regni Vegetabilis 42: 83-86
Chiovenda, E. 1940: Plantae novae aut minus notae ex Aethiopia. Att. R. Accad. Ital 11(2): 17-67
Parker, R.N. 1932: Plantae novae in Burma atque Assam indigenae. I. Repertorium Novarum Specierum Regni Vegetabilis 31(816-825): 125-128
Herter, W.G. 1937: Plantae uruguayenses novae vel criticae. Pars 1. Rev. sudamer. Bot. Montevideo 5: 13-36
Menor, J.G. 1939: Plantain, Banana, and 'Rulo' diseases. Rev. Agric, S. Domingo 30(118): 340-342
Anonymous 1933: Plantains. Proc. Agric. Soc. Trin. Tob 33: 245-46
Turbet, C.R. 1933: Plantation Horse Management. Brit. Solomon Islands Protectorate Agric. Gaz 1: 14-16
West, J.; Voelcker, O.J. 1942: Plantation cacao in the British Cameroons. Tropical Agriculture 19(1): 4-11
Lavrijchuk, V.S. 1940: Plantation heating of citrus in Soviet subtropics.. Soviet Subtropics, 75-76: 11-12, 6-12
Rankin, M.A. 1938: Plantation preparation on logged areas of Pinus radiata. Austral. For 3: 9-14
Jensen, H. 1943: Plantation production of high grade forest seed. Skogen 30: 53-56
Bishop, R.O. 1932: Plantation sheet rubber manufacture. Rubber Research Inst. of Malaya, Planting Manual. 3: 61
Minckler, L.S. 1941: Plantation survival as related to soil type, aspect, and growing season. Jour Forest 39(1): 26-29
Pattullo, M.L. 1941: Plantation work in Northern Nigeria. Farm and Forest 2: 71-5
Allsop, F. 1942: Plantations in Twante-Kondan Reserve, Insein Division, Burma. Indian Forester 68: 177-181
Jong, B.De 1938: Plantations of Agathis dammara. Tectona 31: 248-73
Vachat, F.D.U. 1939: Plantations of Poplar in the marsh of La Chautagne.. Rev. Eaux For 77: 306-17, 403-13
Leuthold 1931: Planted Spruce Forests and Outbreaks of the Nun Moth. Tharandter forstl. Jahrb, Berlin 82(1): 53-81. f
Heimans, J. 1939: Plantengeografische elementen in de Nederlandsche flora. Flora elements in the Netherlands. Ned. kruidk. Arch 49: 416-36
Rawlins, W.A. 1939: Planting Dates as affecting Wireworm Injury to Potato Tubers. J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis. 32(6): 761-765
Johnson, J.A. 1941: Planting Lespedeza sericea with black locust. Soil Conserv U S Dept Agric 6-334(12): 331-332
Coupin, A. 1940: Planting a vineyard with vines on American stock. Tunisie agric 41: 161-70
Anonymous 1943: Planting and after-care of budded stumps and stumped buddings. ADVISORY CIRC RUBBER RESEARCH SCHEME CEYLON 8: 1-3, (Rev )
Anonymous 1941: Planting and cultivation of Poplar.. Wbl. Papierfabrik 72: 114-8
Dawson, T.R. 1942: Planting and production of raw rubber and latex, gutta-percha, balata, chicle and jelutong. Ann. Rep. Prog. Rubb. Tech 6: 3-11
Eastwood, H.W. 1939: Planting bananas. Agric. Gaz, N.S.W., 50: 613-4, 627
Hiley, W.E. 1944: Planting costs. Quart. J. For, 94-8
Schmole, J.F. 1937: Planting density trials with budded rubber. Arch. Rubbercult. Ned. Ind 21: 37-53
Decoux, L.; Vanderwaeren, J.; Simon, M. 1938: Planting density, nitrogen and variety.. Inst. Belge Amelior. Better. Pub 6: 519-529
Garretsen, A.J. 1931: Planting distance and thinning out in tea growing. Archief voor de Theecultuur in Ned. Indie. 2, 63-99
Noeldechen. 1943: Planting distance and varietal type. Kuhn-Archiv. 44. 60: 178-188
Villax, O. 1934: Planting distance for forage plants. Koztelek 44: 833
Lehmann, U. 1935: Planting distance for lucerne in regard to forage and seed production, a contribution to breeding technique. Pflanzenbau 11: 313-8
Rounds, M.B. 1940: Planting distances for avocados. California Avocado Assoc Yr Bk : 45-46
Marco, P.R.; Dufour, E.A.M. 1942: Planting elephant grass (Pennisetum purpureum) by means of stems stored in layered clamps, Angel Gallardo, Santa Fe. Rev. argent. Agron 9: 250-3
Mclaughlin, W.T. 1939: Planting for topographic control on the Warrenton, Oregon, coastal dune area. Northw. Sci 13: 26-32
Bjorkman, E. 1945: Planting from the point of view of nutritional biology. Skogsodling-Foredrag, April 23-26. 79-87
Wellensiek, S.J. 1933: Planting gardens for selected tea seed. Bergcultures 7: 712-17
Wabra, A. 1939: Planting immediately beside old stumps: a tested means of afforestation in Sudetenland.. Forstarchiv 15: 156-7
Laubscher, F.X. 1938: Planting maize in a dry soil. Farm. Week. S. Africa, 56: 335
Murray, R.K.S. 1938: Planting material. Rubb. Res. Scheme Ceylon 15: 14-23
Ford, C.E. 1944: Planting material and related problems. Quart. Circ. Ceylon Rubb. Res. Scheme 21: 20-5
O'b. . .; T.E.H. 1939: Planting notes. Promising local clones. 1st Quart. Circ. Ceylon Rubb. Res. Scheme 16: 19-20
Larsen, C.S. 1940: Planting of Douglas.. Dansk Skovforen. Tidsskr 25(11): 579-82
Linland, D. 1940: Planting of beet. Norsk Landbr 6: 162-4
Seyve, B.; Seyve, J. 1934: Planting of hybrids. Rev. Vitic, Paris, 80: 2066, 77-78
Bunting, B. 1939: Planting of road-side trees in Malaya. Malay. agric. J 27: 249-65
Mohringer, K. 1932: Planting on American stocks to suit local conditions. Gartenbauwissenschaft 7: 93-120
Strugnell, E.J. 1940: Planting primary hardwoods. Malay. Forester. 9: 115-8
Booberg, G. 1941: Planting problems. Arch. Suikerind. Nederland Ned.-Ind 2: 101-09
Solodovnikov, F.S. 1942: Planting seed potatoes immediately after lifting in Kazahstan.. Proc. Lenin Acad. Agric. Sci, 9-10, 22-5
Pcelkin, V. 1944: 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
Anon. 1940: Planting the Queensland nut. Qd agric. J 54: 60-1
Terry, H.B. 1945: Planting the commercial orchard. Farming in S Africa 20(229): 245-248, 258
Anderson, P.O. 1935: Planting the standard windbreak. Spec. Bull. Minnesota agric. extension Division, 168: 8
Anderson, P.O. 1939: Planting the standard windbreak. Ext. Bull. Minn, agric. Ext. Div, 196: 15
Chmelar, F. 1940: Planting time and spacing as factors in the economics of beet culture. Zucker- rubenbau 22(3): 32-36
Barnes, H.; Prest, R.L. 1941: Planting tomatoes. Qd agric. J 55: 292-6
Voorendyk, J.J. 1935: Planting trees for special purposes. I. For veld conservation. Fmg. S. Afr 10: 108-9; 118
Voorendyk, J.J. 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
Dale, I.R. 1943: Planting trees in fresh-water swamps. E. Afr. agric. J 9: 23-4
Reiling, H. 1931: Planting value and certification of the Potato. Prakt. Blatter fur Pflanzenbau und Pflanzenschutz 8(12): 285-289
Krimgold, D.B. 1945: Planting winter wheat and rye in unplowed stubble. J. Amer. Soc. Agron 37: 655-660
Oramas, J.M. 1942: Planting with tar-paper pots on difficult sites in Puerto Rico. Carib. For 3: 158-63
Anonymous 1939: Planting without burning. Rubber Res. Inst. Malaya Plant. Bull, 6: 8
Eneroth, O. 1945: Planting.. Skogsodling-Foredrag, hallna vid skogsodlingskursen a skogshogskolan den 23-26 april. Svenska Skogsvardsforeningens Forlag,Stockholm, Sweden: 88-91
Enander, M.; Heijbel, I. 1939: Plantings carried out in the Garpenberg State Park during preparatory courses for forest officers in 1916-1935.. Skogen 26: 442-5
Karrer, P.; Solmissen, U.; Walker, O. 1934: Plantpigments. 59. New oxidation products of alpha -carotene and physalien. alpha -carotene diiodide. Helv. chim. Acta. 17: 417-419
Burkland, E.R. 1941: Plants America gave the world. Agric. America 1(8): 1-6; 16
Anonymous 1913: Plants Attacked by Diaspis Pentagona. La Rivista di Agricoltura, Parma 360-361 p
Popov, P.A. 1936: Plants Conducing to Chronic Haematuria Mountain Haematuria in Cattle. Annu. Univ, Sofia., 9: 77-118
Curasson, G. 1938: Plants Poisonous to Animals in French West Africa. Bull. Com. A.O.F 21: 149-173
Bennetts, H.W. 1935: Plants Poisonous to Live-Stoek in Western Australia. J. roy. Soc, W. Aust., 21: xi-xxiii
Anonymous 1915: Plants Protection Act, 1914. Bahamas Official Gaz, Nassau 15, 89-90
Thomas, H.E.; Thomas, H.E. 1931: Plants affected by fire blight. Phytopath 21(4): 425-435
Anonymous 1927: 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
Musso, J. O. 1933: Plants and electricity. (Theory and experiment). Bull. Appl. Bot. Leningrad, 8, 113-27
Callaghan, F.R. 1944: Plants and food. Proc. N.Z. Soc. Anim. Prod. Conf, 16-23
Watt, J.M. 1936: Plants and poisoning in man, with a short account of plant allergy. South African J. Sci 33: 702-707
Chinkov, F.V.; Maliugin, A.A. 1944: Plants and soil phosphates. Pochvovedenie pedology 6: 269-284
Killian, C. 1943: Plants and soils of the Sahara and their reciprocal relationships. Trav. I'lnst. Rech. Sahariennes. 11: 18
Albrecht, W.A. 1941: Plants and the exchange calcium of the soil. Amer. J. Bot 28: 394-402
Albrecht, W.A. 1940: Plants and the exchangeable calcium of the soil. American Journal of Botany 28(5): 394-402
Ivanov, M.F.; Pancenko, M.F. 1935: Plants and their mixtures for forage and seed. Social. Zern. Hoz, 3, 117-23
Rogers, W.S. 1943: Plants and their water supply. A.R. East Malling Res. Stat.for, 1943. A26: 103-4
Peryassu, A.G. 1929: Plants as Breeding-places of Mosquito Larvae. Arch. Hygiene. Rio de Janeiro 3(2): 279-282
Shantz, H.L. 1938: Plants as soil indicators. U.S.D.A. Yrbk, 835-860
Hille, J.C.Van. 1935: 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
Allard, H.A.; Leonard, E.C. 1945: Plants collected in the Lake Matagamon region, Piscataquis and Penobscot Counties, Maine. Castanea 10: 13-30
Potter, D. 1934: Plants collected in the southern region of James Bay. Rhodora 36: 274-84
Razous, P. 1941: Plants for carbonizing and distilling wood. Genie civ, 118, 1-7
Appenroth, K.J.; Kavita Shah 2006: Plants for heavy metal toxicity assessment: duckweeds (Lemnaceae). Advances in plant physiology 9: 193-204
Sievers, A.F.; Higbee, E.C. 1943: Plants for insecticides and rodenticides. U S Dept Agric Foreign Agric Rept 8: 1-20
Robinson, D.H. 1936: Plants found in poultry pens. Scot. J. Agric 39: 166-70
Fernald, M.L. 1936: Plants from the outer coastal plain of Virginia. Rhodora 38: 376-404; 414-52
Lesage, P. 1933: Plants grown in 1933 and the inheritance of an acquired physiological character. C.R. Acad. Agric. Fr 19: 970-72
Blackman, V.H. 1934: 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
Blackman, V.H. 1934: Plants in relation to light and temperature. Part II. Effects of temperature. J. roy. hort. Soc 59: 1292-9
Suessenguth, K. 1934: Plants in the Vogi collection which are new for Venezuela. Rev. Sudamer. Bot 1: 81-6
Allen, 0. N.; Allen, E.K. 1936: Plants in the sub-family Caesalpinioideae observed to be lacking nodules. Soil Sci 42(2): 87-91
Kalmykova, A.A. 1935: Plants in which the rhizomatous character is inherent or induced. Bot. Zur. S.S.S.R 20: 411-3
Trelease, S.F.; Martin, A.L. 1936: Plants made poisonous by selenium absorbed from the soil. Bot. Rev 2: 373-396
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Rozeira, A. 1945: Plants new or little recorded for Tras-os-Montes and the upper Douro. III. Bol. Soc. brot 19: 489-92
Hanes, C.R. 1938: Plants new or rare in Michigan records. Pap. Mich. A cad. Sci 24: 3-7
Johnston, I.M. 1943: Plants of Coahuila, eastern Chihuahua, and adjoining Zacatecas and Durango. I. J. Arnold Arbor 24: 306-39
Pau, C. 1935: Plants of Saragossa. Cavanillesia 7: 29-34
Friend, W.H. 1942: Plants of ornamental value for the Rio Grande Valley of Texas. Bull. Tex. agric. Exp. Stat, 609: 155
Santos Biloni, J. 1945: Plants of our flora: the 'Laurels'.. Suelo argentina 4: 382-3, 387
Caballero, A. 1922: Plants of the Genus Chara and Mosquito Larvae. Anales Inst. General y Tecnico de Valencia, 10, 5-17
Chevalier, A. 1932: Plants of the Sahara and its northern and southern boundaries. Rev. Bot. Appl 12: 669-919. bibl
Geijskes, D.C. 1945: Plants of the Surinam coastland : some observations on the littoral vegetation of Dutch Guiana. J. N.Y. Bot. Gdn 46: 229-236
Rutherford, A. 1915: Plants other than Tea from which Xyleborus fornicatus (Shot-hole Borer of Tea) has been taken. Tropical​ ​Agriculturist 42(4): 307-309
Marchand 1916: Plants other than the vine devoured by Clysia ambiguella and Polychrosis botrana. Rev. Viticulture. Paris 45: 1154, 93-94
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Lominet Lavieille. 1936: Poisoning in cattle by eagle fern. Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire 112: 11-14
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Detrez Salome. 1935: Poisoning in horses due to linseed cake. Rec. Mdd. vet 111: 156-161
Berge, R.; Patzsch, H. 1935: Poisoning in partridges due to zelioweizen and the chemical demonstration of thallium. Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 43: 20-21
Kruger, K. 1933: Poisoning in pastured Cattle after the Application of arsenical Insecticides. NachrBl. deuts. PflSchDienst. Berlin 13(1): 1-2
Urbain, A. 1945: Poisoning in pigs due to Vicia ervilia). Bull. Acad. vet. France. 18: 98-100
Clough, G.W. 1933: Poisoning of Animals by Cyanides Present in Some Industrial Effluents. Vet. Rec, 13: 538
Sporri, H. 1940: Poisoning of Army Horses by False Acacia (Robinia pseudacacia). Schweiz. Arch.Tierheilk 82: 112-116
Schmidt. 1942: Poisoning of Army Horses, with Castor Oii Beans. Z. Veterinark 54: 337-338
Linton, R.G.; Thin, R.G. 1934: Poisoning of Bullocks by Portugal Laurel (Primus lusitanica) and Common Elder (Sambucus nigra). Vet. Rec 14: 935-936
Vianello, G. 1939: Poisoning of Calves by Paint Containing Red Lead. La Clinica Veterinaria 62: 89-42
Angeloff, S.; Thomoff, Z. 1939: Poisoning of Cattle and Buffaloes with Oak Buds and Leaves. Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 47: 55-58
Besse. 1938: Poisoning of Cattle by N'Daka (Canthium sp.). Serv. zootech. Epiz. A. O. P 1(2): 30-32
Caillot, E. 1935: Poisoning of Cattle by Arsenic Solutions used as Plant Parasiticides. Bull Soc. Sci. vet. Lyon 38: 181-146
Crawford, M. 1941: Poisoning of Cattle by Artificial Manures. Vet. Rec, 53: 650
Vuillaume, R.; Tichit. 1936: Poisoning of Cattle by Drugs with Explosive Properties. Bull. Soc. Sci.vet, Lyon., 39: 16-22
Hindmarsh, W.L.; Hart, L. 1937: Poisoning of Cattle by Ergotised Paspalum. Vet. Res. Rep., Dep. Agric, N.S.W., 78-88
Sinev, A.V. 1939: Poisoning of Cattle by Gossypol through Feeding with Cotton-Seed Oil Cake. Sovyet. Vet, 7, 72-74
Fasana, A. 1935: Poisoning of Cattle by Green Maize. Profilassi 8: 23-24
Harbitz, F. 1941: Poisoning of Cattle by Inhalation of Mercury Vapour. Norsk Veterinaertidsskrift 53: 363-377
Lagas, D. 1935: Poisoning of Cattle by Mimosa invisa. Ned.-ind. Bl. Diergeneesk, 47: 35
Ohman, A.F.S. 1939: Poisoning of Cattle by Saline Bore Water. Aust. vet. F 15: 87-88
Battaglino, G. 1935: Poisoning of Cattle by Salt Pastures. Nuovo Ercol 40: 288-292
D.Leur, F.M. 1934: Poisoning of Cattle through the Skin with Nicotine. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk 61: 1160-1161
Bonner, W.G. 1938: Poisoning of Cattle. Black (or Garden) Nightshade. N. Z. J. Agric 57: 99-101
Hindmarsh, W.L. 1941: Poisoning of Cattleby Sudan Grass and other Cyanogenetic Plants. Aust. vet. J, 19-221
Turbet, C.R. 1938: Poisoning of Dogs by the Giant Toad, Bufo marinus: Its Treatment with Nembutal. Aust. vet. J 14: 152-153
Bischoff, O.; Haun, F. 1939: Poisoning of Domestic Animals by Chimney Smoke Containing Copper and Arsenic. Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 47: 442-447
Sassenhoff, I. 1939: Poisoning of Domestic and Wild Fowls by Metal Phosphide. Archiv für Wissenschaftliche und Praktische Tierheilkunde 74: 518-517
Strerath. 1942: Poisoning of Ducks by Cabbage White Caterpillars. Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 50: 449-450
Feher, T. 1941: Poisoning of Farm Animals: Observations on Phosphorus Poisoning. KozlOsszehas. elet- es kortan Korebol, 30: 178
Snieckiene, P. 1936: Poisoning of Fowls by Fly Larvae (Lucilia, Erystalis). Vet. ir Zootech. Kovno., 13: 307-312
Holmbob, F.V. 1944: Poisoning of Foxes by Dogfish (Squalus acanthias). Norsk Veterinaertidsskrift 56: 63-67
Sahar. 1935: Poisoning of Goats by Kekara Taoen. Ned.-ind. Bl Diergeneesk 47: 34-35
Filmer, R.S. 1937: Poisoning of Honeybees by Rotenone-Derris Dusts. J. econ. Ent. Menasha, Wis. 30(1): 75-77
Olsson, E. 1934: Poisoning of Horses by Arabis arenosa. Svensk VetTidskr 39: 311-316
Szablowski, J. 1938: Poisoning of Horses by DM (Adamsite). Wiad. weteryn 17: 397-401
Von Hazslinszky, B. 1935: Poisoning of Horses by Glechoma (Ground Ivy). Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 43: 708-709
Mocsy, J. 1936: Poisoning of Horses by Old Sugar Beet Tops. Allatorv.Kozl. 33: 23-25
Hezon Salliere. 1934: Poisoning of Horses by Red Clover. Bull Acad. vet. Fr 7: 333-384
Derzelle, E. 1938: Poisoning of Horses by Vetches. Ann. Med. vet 83: 293-301
Bobasinskh, A.I. 1937: Poisoning of Horses with Aristoluchia clematidis. Sovyet. Vet, 9, 36-88
Chukh, P.F. 1939: Poisoning of Horses with Mouldy Fodder. Sovyet. Vet, 1, 66-69
Anonymous 1936: Poisoning of Lambs by Wild Radish (Raphanus raphanistrum). Rev. vet, Toulouse 88: 682-683
Hendrickx, H. 1936: Poisoning of Livestock by Powdered Fruit Tree Insecticides (Arsenic). Ann. Med. vet 81: 468-478
Motiejunas, J. 1937: Poisoning of Livestock by Sugar-Beet. Vet. ir Zootech. Kovno., 14: 858-856
Kysela, W. 1941: Poisoning of Pigs by Moulds. Z. Schweinez, 9-10
Linton, R.G.; Wilson, A.N. 1933: Poisoning of Pigs by Sodium Bicarbonate in Flour Sweepings. Vet. J 89: 80-82
Mettam, R.W.M. 1939: Poisoning of Pnytolacca dodecandra L'Herit.-Family : Phyto-laccaceae. Vet. J 95: 135-8
Papavassiliou, M.J.; Liberato, S.N. 1936: Poisoning of Ruminants by Cotton Seed Meal. J. Pharm. Chem, Paris., 24: 101-118
Samsonoff 1919: Poisoning of Ruminants by the Secretions of the Migratory Locust. Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire 95(19): 556-563
Mclennan, G.C. 1938: Poisoning of Sheep by Helichrysum blandowskianum Steetz (Woolly Everlasting). Aust. vet. J 14: 241-244
Bonelli, P. 1939: Poisoning of Sheep by Larvae of Margaridinae (Hemiptera, Coccidae) in Stems of Grasses in Eritrea. Bollettino della Societa Italiana di Biologia Sperimentale 14: 365-366
Dodd, S. 1923: Poisoning of Sheep by Solanum cinereum. Vet. Jl, Feb 79(2): 56-59
Bull, L.B. 1929: Poisoning of Sheep by Soursobs (Oxalis cernua) Chronic Oxalic Acid Poisoning. Australian Vet. Jl 5(2): 60-69
Seddon, H.R.; Belschner, H.G.; King, R.O.C. 1931: Poisoning of Sheep by the Seeds of Burrawang (Macrozamia spiralis). Vet. Res. Rep., Dept. Agric, New South Wales., 6, 70-80
Schoop, G. 1935: Poisoning of Silver Foxes by a Woodwork Preservative ( Xylamon ). Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 43: 7-8
Seddon, H.R.; Carne, H.R. 1925: Poisoning of Stock by Solanum siurtianum,. Dept. of Agric. New South Wales Vet. Res. Rep: 28-33
Buffagni, V. 1935: Poisoning of Swine and Cattle by Common Salt. Profilassi 8: 53-54
Anonymous 1936: Poisoning of Swine by American Barley (Scabby Barley ). Tierarztl Mitt 17: 342
Michnevitch, P.V. 1934: Poisoning of Swine by Sodium Chloride. Sovyet. Vet, 11, 68-71
Gueyne. 1934: Poisoning of Swine by Water in which Beetroots have been cooked. Union vet, Bordeaux, 18, 5-8
Stiles, G.W. 1942: Poisoning of Turkey Poults from Whorled Milkweed (Asclepias galioides). Poult. Sci 21: 263-270
Naudin, L. 1932: Poisoning of a Goat by Rhubarb Leaves. Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire 109: 91-92
Sinkora, F. 1937: Poisoning of a Horse by Sugar Denatured by the Addition of Tar. Zverolek. Obz 30: 94-96
Steyn, D.G. 1945: Poisoning of animals and human beings by algae. S AFRICAN JOUR SCI 4l: 243-244
Steyn, D.G. 1943: Poisoning of animals by algae on dams and pans. Farming in S Africa 18(208): 489-492, 510
Grumbach, H. 1944: Poisoning of animals by arsenic in the smelting district of Saxony. Ztschr. Tierernahrung Futtermittelk 8: 255-268
Anonymous 1940: Poisoning of cattle by Baccharis coridifolia, D.C. Almanaque Min. Agric. Argent 15: 317-8
Anonymous 1942: Poisoning of cattle by Cestrum Parqui L'Her. Almanaque Min. Agric, Argent 17: 241-2
Barron, N.S. 1944: Poisoning of cattle by Dog's Mercury (Mercurialis annua, L.). Vet. Rec, 56: 513
Barrat, E. 1943: Poisoning of cattle by calcium arsenate. Bull. Acad. vet. Fr 16: 18-23
Hindmaksh, W.L.; Hart, L. 1938: Poisoning of cattle by ergotized Paspatam. Vet. Res. Rep. N.S.W., 1938. 7: 7
Nisnovich, L. 1944: Poisoning of cattle by fungus-infected maize. Rev. Med. vet. B. Aires 28: 156-160
Bisset, N. 1936: Poisoning of cattle by ragwort (Senecio jacobaea). Vet. Rec 48: 1488-1489
Anonymous 1941: Poisoning of cattle by sorghums. Almanaque Min. Agric. Argent 16: 203-4
Rosenbusch, F.; Zabala, J. 1932: Poisoning of cattle frequent in these months. An, Soc. Rur. Argentina 66: 367-70
Marcq, J.; Devuyst, A. 1935: Poisoning of fattening pigs with sea salt. Bull. Inst. agronom. Gembloux. 4: 316-324
Johannsen, A. 1943: Poisoning of horses caused by lavage with a solution of acetic acid. Skand. VetTidskr 33: 659-677
Steyn, D.G. 1933: Poisoning of human beings by weeds contained in cereals (bread poisoning). Onderstepoort J. Vet. Sci. and Animal Indust 1: 219-266
Steyn, D.G. 1938: Poisoning of live stock on old and harvested lands. Fmg. S. Afr, 13: 334
Couch, J.F. 1940: Poisoning of livestock by plants that produce hydrocyanic acid. Leafl. U.S. Dep.Agric, 88: 4
Gudding, I. 1938: Poisoning of sheep by Digitalis purpurea. Norsk Landbr, 4: 453
Steyn, D.W. 1940: Poisoning of stock by frost-damaged fodder crops. Fmg. S. Afr, 15: 138
Steyn, D.G. 1940: Poisoning of stock by fungus-infected Paspalum grasses. Farming in S Africa 15-340-344(174)
Anonymous 1945: Poisoning of stock by plants of the sorghum family. J. Dep. Agric. Vict, 43: 100
Anonymous 1934: Poisoning of stock by sorghums when fed in the green state. Rhodesia Agric. J 31: 169-170
Steyn, D.G. 1945: Poisoning of stock on old and harvested lands. Farming in S Africa 20(232): 419-422, 436
Franjo, B. 1937: Poisoning of swine by mangolds and turnips. Jugoslov. vet. Glasn 17: 153-160
Schang, P.J.; Aramendi, M.C. 1944: Poisoning of young bulls caused by Cynodon dactylon (Bermuda grass). Gac. vet, B. Aires 6: 264-276
Schang, P.J.; Aramendi, M.C. 1944: Poisoning of young bulls caused by Cynodon dactylon, L., Pers. (Bermuda grass). Gac. vet. Buenos Aires. 6: 264-276
Angeloff, S.; Thomoff, Z. 1939: Poisoning oi cattle and buffaloes with oak bads and young oak leaves. Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 47: 55-58
Hinds, W.E.; Thomas, F.L. 1920: Poisoning the Boll Weevil. Alabama Agric. Expt. Sta., Bull, Auburn., 212, 53-84
Andersont. F.; Begg, F.H.H.; Mcnaughton, F 1944: Poisoning with Datura. East African Med. J 21: 355-361
Aikashev, D.E.; Dubovik, N.M. 1938: Poisoning with Tribulus terrestris in Sheep and Goats in the Ashkhabad Region of Tadzhikistan. Trad. Uzbek, nauchn.-issled. vet.Stan. Tashkent 9: 105-108
Lombroso, U.; Sarzana, G. 1935: Poisoning with monoiodoacetic acid. 1. Monoiodoacetic acid and the formation of glucose in phloridzinised animals. Biochem. Ztschr 276: 434-437
Lombroso, U.; Sarzana, G. 1935: Poisoning with monoiodoacetic acid. 2. Oxygen consumption at low temperatures of animals poisoned with monoiodoacetic acid. Biochem. Ztschr 276: 438-441
Lombroso, U.; Sarzana, G. 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
Mertens, W.K. 1939: Poisoning with pindang and Other fish. Geneeskundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch-Indie 79: 578-587
Marshall, D. 1942: Poisonings of Livestock. N. Z. J. Agric 64: 11-13; 99-102
Kamito, N. 1938: Poisonous Action of Euproctis flava Bremer (Preliminary Report).. Trans, nat. Hist. Soc. Formosa. Taihoku, Formosa 28: 407-413
Lynch, W.D.; Mcdonnell, C.C.; Haywood, J.K.; Quaintance, A.L.; Waite, M.B. 1922: Poisonous Metals on Sprayed Fruits and Vegetables. U.S. Dept. Agric. Bull, Washington, D.C. 1027, 66
Anonymous 1934: Poisonous Minerals in Plants. Rep. Wyo. agric. Exp. Sta.,. 1934. 17-20
Pugh, C.J. 1932: Poisonous Plants met with in Country Practice. Vet. Rec 12: 233-286
Hodgson, E.E. 1937: Poisonous Plants of Hawaii. Vet. Bull. U.S. Army 31: 26-28
Reynard, G.B.; Norton, J.B.S. 1942: Poisonous Plants of Maryland In Relation to Livestock. Tech. Bull. Md agric. Exp. Sta, A 10, 249C-312C
Steyn, D.G. 1933: Poisonous Plants of the, Country. (Argentine Republic). Rev. zootec, Buenos Aires 20: 54-58
Braid, K.W. 1936: Poisonous Plants with Special Reference to the Poisonous Properties of Bracken (Ptendium aquilinum). Scot. J. Agric 19: 247-251