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Hoffman, C.; Schweitzer, T.R.; Dalby, G. 1939: Pungistatic properties o! the fatty acids and possible biochemical significance. Food Res 4(6): 539-545
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Anonymous 1940: Purchase Tax: Proposed List of Essential Drugs. Brit. med. J, Sept. 28. 427
Blackstone, J.H. 1939: Purchases and consumption of specified foods in three Alabama towns. Rep. Ala. agric. Exp. Sta, 7-9
Lichtenstein, S. 1933: Pure Cultivation of Avian Tubercle Bacilli from the Faeces of Tuberculous Hens. Zlb. Bakt 128: 517-518
Pinggera, H. 1937: Pure Cultivation of Cattle Trichomonads. Wien. tierarztl. Mschr, 24: 533
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Eldherr, A. 1932: Pure Culture of Tubercle Bacilli from Blood and Faeces of Animals. Wien, tierarztl. Mschr 19: 385-392
Chatton, E. 1919: Pure Culture of a Leptomonas from the Dog-flea, and a Character of its Cultural Forms which Distinguishes it from the Human and Canine Strains of Kala Azar. Bull. Soc. Path. Exot 12(6): 313-316
Basset, J. 1925: Pure Spores of the Anthrax Bacillus in Damaged Tissues. Bacterial Associations. C.R. Soc. Biol, June 5. 92: 19, 1517-1519
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Vax Stolk, D.; Guilbert, J.; Penau, H.; Simonnet, H. 1931: Pure carotene and vitamin A. C.R. Acad. Sci 192: 1499-1501
Bjorkman, E. 1942: Pure culture experiments with the snow leaf fall fungus (Phacidium infestans Karst.). Svensk bot. Tidskr 36(2-3): 120-123
Bjorkman, E. 1942: Pure culture experiments with the snow-blight fungus (Phacidium infestans Karst.).. Svensk bot. Tidskr 36: 108-23
Ottosen, H.E. 1941: Pure culture of Corynebacterium Magnusson-Holth from contaminated material. Maanedsskr. Dyrlaeger 53: 139-142
Csontos, J.; Derzsi, D. 1943: Pure culture of Trichomonas foetus. Allatoru. Lapok, 17: 98
Charley, V.L.S. 1939: Pure fruit juices and syrups : their methods of manufacture, chemical composition and significance from nutritional and medical points of view. A.R. Long Ashton Res. Stat.for 1939. 213-9, 220-5, 226-30, 231-48
Boerger, A. 1930: Pure lines in agriculture. Arch. Soc. Biol, Montevideo, 1: Supl, 189-211
Mogilev, L.M.; Riachovsky, N.A. 1941: Pure lines of pea variety Victoria Heine resistant to Ascochyta pisi Lib. Proc. Lenin Acad. Agric. Sci. U.S.S.R, U.S.S.R., 3, 11-12
Mogilev, L.M.; Ryachovsky, N.A. 1941: Pure lines of the Pea variety 'Victoria Heine' resistant to Ascochyta pisi Lib. C. R. Pan-Sov. V. I. Lenin Acad. agric. Sci, Moscow 6(3): 11-12
Fishwick, V.C. 1940: Pure or cross-bred pigs ?. Fmr and StkBreed, 54: 1295
Williamson, J.A. 1938: Pure seed rice. Bulk production at the Rice Research Station, Yanco. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 49: 128-30
Woodman, R.M. 1936: Pure silica sand as a basis for phosphate deficiency tests on lettuce. Sands. Clays and Min 3(1): 22-7. blbl. 4
Quirk, A.J. 1931: Pure Smooth and Rough Colony types at Will. Science 74(1923): 461
Russell, W.L.; Hurst, J.G. 1945: Pure Strain Mice Born to Hybrid Mothers Following Ovarian Transplantation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 31(9): 267-273
Berwick, E.J.H. 1940: Pure strains of padi in Krian. Malay. Agric. J 28: 429-35
Volkov, M. 1934: Pure-breeding of rabbits. Probl. Zivotn, 4, 130-134
Nikolaev, A.I. 1939: Purebred sheep and their crosses at the Ail-Union Agricultural Show. Sovetsk. Zooteh, 10/11, 55-70
Henderson, E.W.; Davidson, J.A. 1941: Purebreds vs. cross-breds as capons and roasters. Quart. Bull. Mich. agric. Exp. Sta 23: 269-271
Mozgov, I.E.; Zhmurin, M.G. 1940: Purgative Action of Convolvulus arvensis. Sovyet. Vet, 11/12, 53-57
Glaser, R.W.; Coria, N.A. 1935: Purification and Culture of Trichomonas foetus (Riedmuller) from Cows. Amer. J. Hyg 22: 221-226
Kocholaty, W. 1943: Purification and Properties of Penatin. The Second Antibacterial Substance Produced by Penicillium notatum Westling. Archives of Biochemistry 2: 73-86
I.A.raham, E.P.; Chain, E.; Holiday, E.R. 1942: Purification and Some Physical and Chemical Properties of Penicillin. With a Note on the Spectro-graphic Examination of Penicillin Preparations. Brit. J. exp. Path 23: 103-119
Waksman, S.A. 1944: Purification and Antibacterial Activity of Fumigacin and Clavacin. Science 99(2568): 220-221
Sun, J.; Wang, L.; Wang, B.; Guo, Z.; Liu, M.; Jiang, K.; Luo, Z. 2007: Purification and characterisation of a natural lectin from the serum of the shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei. Fish and Shellfish Immunology 23(2): 292-299
Qi, H.; Dong, X.P.; Cong, L.N.; Gao, Y.; Liu, L.; Mikiro, T.; Zhu, B.W. 2007: Purification and characterization of a cysteine-like protease from the body wall of the sea cucumber Stichopus japonicus. Fish physiology and biochemistry 33(2): 181-188
Watanabe, F.; Tanioka, Y.; Miyamoto, E.; Fujita, T.; Takenaka, H.; Nakano, Y. 2007: Purification and characterization of corrinoid-compounds from the dried powder of an edible cyanobacterium, Nostoc commune (Ishikurage). Journal of Nutritional Science and Vitaminology 53(2): 183-186
Huang XiaoLi; Wang KaiYu; Geng Yi; Su XiuMei; Chen DeFang 2007: Purification and characterization of extracellular protease of Stenotrophomonas maltophilia isolated from Ictalurus punctatus. Journal of Fisheries of China 31(3): 317-322
Lu, L.; Zhao, M.; Zhang, B.-B.; Yu, S.-Y.; Bian, X.-J.; Wang, W.; Wang, Y. 2007: Purification and characterization of laccase from Pycnoporus sanguineus and decolorization of an anthraquinone dye by the enzyme. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 74(6): 1232-1239
Abolhassan, M.S.; Sepehr, S.; Islami, M.; Shabani, A.; Soudi, M.R.; Moosavi Nejad, S.Z. 2007: Purification and characterization of membrane-bound quinoprotein alcohol dehydrogenase from a native strain of Acetobacter. Journal of Biological Sciences 7(2): 315-320
Bhima Rao, C.N.; Lakshminarayan Rao, M.V.; Ramaswamy, M.S.; Subrahmanyan, V. 1941: Purification and chemical nature of rennin. Current Science 10(4): 215-219
Yang, J.; Liang, L.; Zhang, Y.; Li, J.; Zhang, L.; Ye, F.; Gan, Z.; Zhang, K.-Q. 2007: Purification and cloning of a novel serine protease from the nematode-trapping fungus Dactylellina varietas and its potential roles in infection against nematodes. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 75(3): 557-565
Tovarnizky, V.I.; Chalkina, O.M. 1944: Purification and concentration of influenza virus. C.R. Acad. Sci. U.R.S.S, 42: 194
Holmberg, C.G.; WinbladS. 1944: Purification and concentration of streptococcal fibrinolysin from broth cultures. Acta Path Et Microbiol Scand 21(6): 833-837
Sornyotha, S.K.u, K.; Ratanakhanokchai, K. 2007: Purification and detection of linamarin from cassava root cortex by high performance liquid chromatography. Food chemistry 04(4): 1750-1754
Schnitzhofer, W.; Weber, H.J.; Vrsanska, M.; Biely, P.; Cavaco-Paulo, A.; Guebitz, G.M. 2007: Purification and mechanistic characterisation of two polygalacturonases from Sclerotium rolfsii. Enzyme and Microbial Technology 40(7, Sp. Iss. SI): 1739-1747
Stoll, A.; Suchodolski, J.S.; Ruaux, C.G.; Steiner, Jörg.M. 2007: Purification and partial characterization of canine neutrophil elastase and the development of an immunoassay for the measurement of canine neutrophil elastase in serum obtained from dogs. American Journal of Veterinary Research 68(6): 584-591
Ola, M.S.; Tabish, M.; Khan, F.H.; Banu, N. 2007: Purification and some properties of galectin-1 derived from water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) brain. Cell Biology International 31(6): 578-585
Fried, H. 1939: Purification and use of retting effluent. Faserforschung 14: 113-114
Ymaz Apphatie, I.L. 1937: Purification of Hydatid Toxin and Anatoxin. Prensa Medica Argentina 24: 1731-1733
Thornberry, H.H.; Mckinney, H.H. 1939: Purification of Nicotiana virus 6 protein. Phytopath 29(3): 250-260
Carpano, M. 1938: Purification of Rinderpest Virus in vitro. La Clinica Veterinaria 56: 932-986
Behrens, C.A.; Nielsen, F.A. 1935: Purification of Suspensions of the Virus of Vaccinia (Iso-Electric Point Method). J. infect. Dis 56: 41-48
Boquet, A.; Sandor, G. 1936: Purification of Tuberculin by Phospho-tungstic Acid. Ann. Inst. Pasteur 57: 622-680
Yasi, H.; Kasai, H. 1931: Purification of Vaccinia Virus by Adsorption with Kaolin. Bull Off. internal. Hyg.publ 23: 229-232
Awad, L. 1931: Purification of Vaccinia by Kaolin. Bull. Off. internat. Hyg. publ 23: 1815-1817
Deutsch, V. 1936: Purification of Viruses. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris 122: 529-532
Donatien, A.; Lestoquard, F. 1934: Purification of a Strain of Theileria dispar Contaminated by Anaplasma marginale. Bull. Soc. Path. exot 27: 650-652
Schwerma, H.; Meyer, R.K. 1942: Purification of antigonadotropic sera by enzymatic digestion. Proceedings Society Exp Biol and Med 51(1): 114-115
Hamano, S. 1935: Purification of biosterin and its crystalline derivatives. Sci Papers Inst Phys and Chem Res Tokyo 26(548): 82-86
Poulose, S.; Jayaprakasha, G.; Mayer, R.; Girennavar, B.P.til, B. 2007: Purification of citrus limonoids and their differential inhibitory effects on human cytochrome P450 enzymes. Journal of the science of food and agriculture 87(9): 1699-1709
Schoberl, A.; Rambacher, P. 1940: Purification of rennin by chromatographic adsorption. Biochem. Z, 305: 2/3, 223-226
Hankinson, C.L.; Palmer, L.S. 1942: Purification of rennin from commercial rennin extract: properties of purified product. J. Dairy Sci 25(4): 277-283
Agren, G.; Wilander, O. 1933: Purification of secretin. Biochem. Ztschr 259: 365-373
Hammarsten, E.; Jorpes, E.; Agren, G. 1933: Purification of secretin. 4. Biochem. Ztschr 264: 272-274
Hammarsten, E.; Agren, G.; Hammarsten, H.; Wilander, O. 1933: Purification of secretin. 5. Biochem. Ztschr 264: 275-284
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Almquist, H.J. 1936: Purification of the anti-hemorrhagic vitamin by distillation. Journal of Biological Chemistry 116: 589-591
Almquist, H.J. 1936: Purification of the antihemorrhagic vitamin. Journal of Biological Chemistry 114: 241-245
Theorell, H. 1934: Purification of the yellow respiratory enzyme and its reversible decomposition. Biochem. Ztschr 272: 155-156
Cornish, R.E.; Archibald, R.C.; Murphy, E.A.; Evans, H.M. 1934: Purification of vitamins. Fractional distribution between immiscible solvents. Indust. Eng. Chem 26: 397-406
Bourdillon, J. 1944: Purification, sedimentation, and serological reactions of the murine strain of SK poliomyelitis virus. Archives of Biochemistry 3(3): 285-297
Galloway, I.A.; Elford, W.J. 1936: Purified Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus. I. Studies on Some of its Physical Properties. Brit. J. exp. Path 17: 187-203
Otero, P.M.; Gonzalez, L.M. 1938: Purified Protein Antigen from Brueella. Proc. Soc. exp. Biol., N.Y 38: 703-705
Seibert, F.B.; Dufour, E.H. 1940: Purified Protein Derivative. Its Isolation from Old Tuberculin and Fractionation of the Residue. Amer. Rev. Tuberc. 41: 57-70
Tui, C.; Hope, D.; Schrift, M.H.; Powers, J. 1944: Purified Pyrogen from Eberthella Typhosa. A Preliminary Report on Its Preparation and Its Chemical and Biologic Characteristics. J. Lab. clin. Med 29: 58-62
Johnson, P.E.; Loosli, J.K.; Maynard, L.A. 1940: Purified diet studies with calves. J. Dairy Sci 23: 553-554
Randoin, L.; Lecoq, R. 1932: Purified or treated starchy substances considered as supplements to skimmed milk. C. R. Soc. Biol 111: 699-702
Pirie, N.W.; Smith, K.M.; Spoonbr, E.T.C.; Mcclement, W.D. 1938: Purified preparations o! Tobacco necrosis virus (Nicotiana virus II). Parasitology 30(4): 543-551
Soukhov, K.S.; Vovk, A.M.; Alexeeva, M.T.S. 1943: Purified protein preparation from the virus of Oat mosaic (zaknklivanie). C.R. Acad. Sri. U.R.S.S 41(8): 344-346
Seegers, W.H. 1944: Purified prothrombin and thrombin. Stabilisation of aqueous solutions. Archives of Biochemistry 3: 363-367
Wyckoff, E.W.G. 1939: Purified viruses and virus proteins. Ergebn. Enzymforsch 8: 1-12
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Edlbacher, S.; Jucker, P.; Doerflinger, E. 1936: Purine content of the organs of rats on different diets, in vitamin deficiency and with Jensen sarcoma. Hoppe-Seyler's Ztschr 240: 78-98
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Chrometzka, F. 1932: Purine metabolism in man. Ergeb. d. inn. Med 44: 538-591
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Karrer, P. 1939: Purity and potency of vitamin A preparations. Helv. chim. Acta. 22: 1149-1150
Brown, C.H. 1933: Purity and variability in cotton. Emp. Cott. Grow. Rev 10: 108-10
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Anonymous 1937: Purpuric Conditions in Animals. Proc. R. Soc. Med 30: 723-729
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Anonymous 1938: Quality of cream as influenced by the transportation interval. Rep. Ont. agric. Coll, 62-63
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Eaton, F.M.; Mcuallum, E.D.; Mayhugh, M.S. 1941: Quality of irrigation waters of the Eollister area of California with special reference to boron content and its effect on Apricots and Prunes. Tech. Bull. U.S. Dep. agric, 746: 59
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Melo, J.G. de; Martins, J.D.G. da R.; Amorim, E.L.C. de; Albuquerque, U.P. de 2007: Quality of products made from medicinal plants commercialized in Brazil: horsechestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum L.), lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus (DC.) Stapf), and gotu kola (Centella asiatica (L.) Urban). Acta Botanica Brasilica 21(1): 27-36
Wegelius, T. 1941: Quality of pulpwood and its effect on the manufacturing process and yield in the preparation of mechanical wood pulp. Finnish Paper Timb. J 23: 96-110
Gudkov, A. 1932: Quality of seed produced in Bashkiria. Semenovodstvo, 9, 28-9
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Ausemus, E.R.; Markley, M.C.; Bailey, C.H.; Hayes, H.K. 1938: Quality studies in the wheat-breeding program at the Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station. Jour Agric Res 56(6): 453-464
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Riohteb, K. 1936: Quality tests of Angora rabbits as carried on in Germany. 6. Weltgeflugelkongress, Berlin-Leipzig. 2: 261-264
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Xie, L.; Ying, Y.; Ying, T. 2007: Quantification of chlorophyll content and classification of nontransgenic and transgenic tomato leaves using visible/near-infrared diffuse reflectance spectroscopy. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 55(12): 4645-4650
Corte, A.P.D.; Sanquetta, C.R. 2007: Quantification of fixed carbon stored in Pinus plantation in the domain of the mixed ombrofila forest in Parana State. Cerne 13(1): 32-39
Vikash Talyan; Dahiya, R.P.; Anand, S.; Sreekrishnan, T.R. 2007: Quantification of methane emission from municipal solid waste disposal in Delhi. Resources, Conservation and Recycling 50(3): 240-259
Mamelona, J.P.lletier, E.G.rard-Lalancette, K.L.gault, J.K.rboune, S.K.rmasha, S. 2007: Quantification of phenolic contents and antioxidant capacity of Atlantic sea cucumber, Cucumaria frondosa. Food chemistry 04(3): 1040-1047
Montagne, D.; Cousin, I.; Forestier, L. le; Daroussin, J.; Cornu, S. 2007: Quantification of soil volumes in the Eg & Bt-horizon of an Albeluvisol using image analysis. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 87(1): 51-59
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Miller, J.D.; Thode, A.E. 2007: Quantifying burn severity in a heterogeneous landscape with a relative version of the delta Normalized Burn Ratio (dNBR). Remote Sensing of Environment 109(1): 66-80
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White, H.J.; Lftchfield, J.T.; Jr.; Marshall, E.K.; Jr. 1941: Quantitative Comparisons of the Activity of Sulfanilamide, Sulfapyridine, Sulfathiazole, and Sulfadiazine against Escherichia coli in vivo and in vitro. J. Pharmacol 73: 104-118
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Sharp, P.F.; Hand, D.B.; Guthrie, E.S. 1941: Quantitative determination of dissolved oxygen. Ascorbic acid oxidase method. Industr. Engng Chem. (Anal. Ed.) 13(9): 593-597
Cheetok, V.R.; Beresovska, N.V. 1934: Quantitative determination of ergot in baked bread. Problems of Nutrition, Kharkov 3(5): 21-25
Boatner, C.H.; Caravella, M.; Kyame, L. 1944: Quantitative determination of extractable gossypol in cottonseed and cottonseed meal A spectropnotometric method. Indust. Eng. Chem. Anal. Ed 16: 566-572
Nitschmann, H.; Hadorn, H. 1941: Quantitative determination of formaldehyde in casein hardened with formaldehyde. Helo. chim. Acta 24(2): 237-242
Lanyar, F.; Lieb, H. 1931: Quantitative determination of homogentisic acid in the blood serum and milk of alcaptonurics. HoppeSeyler's Ztschr. f. physiol. Chem 203: 135-141
Chernoff, L.H. 1940: Quantitative determination of indole. Modification of Ehrlich's reaction. Indust. Eng. Chem. Anal. Ed 12: 273-274
Urzua, H.H. 1939: Quantitative determination of iodine, copper and boron in cultivated soils.. Bol. Min. Agric. Chile 6(19): 61-67
Stansby, M.E.; Lemon, J.M. 1937: Quantitative determination of oil in fish flesh. Indust. Eng. Chem. Anal. Ed 9: 341-343
Oppel, W.W.; Grigoryeva, A.A. 1938: Quantitative determination of sterols. 1. The Liebermann-Burchard reaction.. Biochimia 3: 175
Fitch, H.W. 1925: Quantitative determination of sulphur fungicides on foliage. Phytopath 15(6): 351-354
Yochelson, D.B.; Nevstuyeva, A.I. 1940: Quantitative determination of sulphurous anhydride in foodstuffs treated with sulphite. Problems of Nutrition, Moscow. 9(1-2): 25-31
Kato, K.; Li, P.K. 1941: Quantitative determination of the pyruvic acid content of the blood in infants and in children. An attempt to diagnose subclinical deficiency of vitamin B1. Amer. J. Dis. Child 61: 1222-1237
Bourquin, A.; Sherman, H.C. 1931: Quantitative determination of vitamin G (B2). J. Amer. Chem. Soc 53: 3501-3505
Brockmann, H. 1937: Quantitative difference between the actions on infants of the antirachitie vitamins D2 and D3. Determination of the limiting therapeutic dose. Klin. Wochenschr 16: 1383-1386
Engler, H. 1933: Quantitative digestion studies on poultry. Die Tierwelt 43: 797-799; 822-823
Murneek, A.E. 1931: Quantitative distribution and seasonal fluctuation of nitrogen in apple trees. Proceedings American Society Hort Science 27: 228-231
Sandkohle, J.; Kirk, P.L.; Cunningham, B. 1942: Quantitative drop analysis. 17. Gasometric determination of amino nitrogen. Journal of Biological Chemistry 146: 427-432
Shuler, R.H. 1941: Quantitative effects of implantation of cattle anterior pituitary powder on gonads of immature rat. Proceedings Society Exp Biol and Med 46(4): 537-540
Freudenberger, C.B.; Clausen, F.W. 1937: Quantitative effects of theelin on body growth and endocrine glands in young albino rats. Anat Rec 69(2): 171-177
Gahlen, W. 1939: Quantitative estimation of aneurin. Klin. Wochenschr 18: 1446-1447
Lund, H.; Lieck, H. 1936: Quantitative estimation of ascorbic acid in blood serum. Hospitalstidende 79: 798-803
Fernandez, O.; Alfageme, C. 1936: Quantitative estimation of ascorbic acid in vegetable foods. Rev. Sanid. Hig. publ. 11: 525-535
Urbach, C. 1931: Quantitative estimation of calcium in urine by the step photometer. Biochem. Ztschr 241: 220-227
Steudel, H. 1933: Quantitative estimation of enzymes. Lipase. Biochem. Ztschr 263: 231-238
Mahlo, A. 1935: Quantitative estimation of gastric mucus. Deutsch. med. Wochenachr 61: 796-797
Farkas, G. 1933: Quantitative estimation of gelatine. Magyar Orvosi Arch 34: 269-273
Gyorgy, P. 1936: Quantitative estimation of lactoflavin and of vitamin B6 in cow's milk and in human milk. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol Med 35: 204-207
Urbach, C. 1932: Quantitative estimation of magnesium in urine by means of the step-photometer. Biochem. Ztschr 252: 74-80
Urbach, C. 1931: Quantitative estimation of magnesium in urine by the step photometer. Biochem. Ztsc.hr 241: 223-225
Radeloff, H. 1939: Quantitative estimation of maizemeal in wheatmeal. Ztschr. Untersuch. Lebensmittel. 78: 145-149
Reyher, P. 1931: Quantitative estimation of naturally occurring vitamins in foodstuffs. Ztschr. f. Ernahrung. 1: 81-91. 8 figs
Bandier, E. 1939: Quantitative estimation of nicotinic acid in biological material. Biochemical Journal 33(7): 1130-1134
Bandier, E. 1939: Quantitative estimation of nicotinic acid in urine. Biochemical Journal 33(11): 1787-1793
Gootz, R.; Tunger, H. 1935: Quantitative estimation of nitrate and nitrite in urine. HoppeSeyler's Ztschr 283: 67-74
Moller, A.V.; Kirk, E. 1945: Quantitative estimation of organic acids in faeces. Nord. Med 28: 2590-2592
Urbach, C. 1931: Quantitative estimation of organic phosphorus in urine by means of the step-photometer. Biochem. Ztschr 239: 182-185
Utkin, L. 1934: Quantitative estimation of pepsin. Biochem. Ztschr 271: 127-130
Bielefeldt, J. 1943: Quantitative estimation of peroxidase .by means of pyrogallol. Ztschr. Vitaminforsch 13: 286-294
Baurle, A.; Riedel, W.; Taufel, K. 1934: Quantitative estimation of phosphoric acid with ammonium molybdate : application of the method. Ztschr.f. Untersuch. d. Lebensmittel. 67: 274-279
Luengo, N. 1936: Quantitative estimation of phosphorus in serum. Remarks on methods. Rev. Sanid. Hig. publ. 11: 385-394
Cholnoky, L.V. 1939: Quantitative estimation of pigments in paprika. Ztschr. Untersuch. Lebensmittel. 78: 157-161
Abelin, I. 1943: Quantitative estimation of protein in cerebrospinal fluid. Schweiz. med. Wochenschr 78: 332-334
Thorbek, G. 1945: Quantitative estimation of proteins, polypeptides and ammo-acids in foods. (Beretn. Forsogslab., Kobenhavn, No. 215). Om kvantitativ bestemmelse af proteinstoffer, polypeptider og aminosyrer i vore fodermidler, Beretn. Forsogslab., Kobenhavn, 43-82
Urbach, C. 1932: Quantitative estimation of residual nitrogen in blood by means of the step-photometer. Biochem. Ztschr 252: 406-413
Moller, K.O. 1932: Quantitative estimation of small amounts of bromine in blood and urine. Biochem. Ztschr 245: 282-289
Lux, H. 1935: Quantitative estimation of small amounts of zinc. Ztschr. anorg. allg. Chem 226: 1-20
Becker, K.P.; Geis, E. 1933: Quantitative estimation of the action of insulin on the functions of the healthy human stomach. Deutsch. Arch. f. klin. Med 176: 154-162
Heyl, J.G.; Laqueur, E. 1935: Quantitative estimation of the thyrotropic action of anterior pituitary preparation and the unit of the hormone. Arch, internat. Pharmacodyn 49: 338-354
Urbach, C. 1931: Quantitative estimation of total and inorganic phosphorus in urine by means of the step-photometer. Biochem. Ztschr 239: 28-41. 10 figs
Friedrich, A.; Bauer, E. 1934: Quantitative estimation of total and neutral sulphur in urine. Ztschr. f. physiol. Chem 228: 61-76
Urbach, C. 1934: Quantitative estimation of total inorganic and organic phosphorus by the Pulfrich step photometer. Biochem. Zt-schr 268: 457-460
Urbach, C. 1932: Quantitative estimation of total nitrogen in urine by means of the step-photometer. Biochem. Ztschr 252: 292-304
Rosen Dal, T. 1936: Quantitative estimation of vitamin A. Nord, med. Tidskr 11: 589-601
Pezold, F.; Dittmar, E. 1940: Quantitative estimation of vitamin B, with the Pulfrich photometer in tests with large doses. Klin. Wochenschr 19: 1234-1237
Mallinckrodt-Hacpt, A.S.V. 1939: Quantitative estimation of vitamin B1. Klin. Wochensch 18: 467-468
Cohen, F.H. 1934: Quantitative estimation of vitamin B2 by means of fluorescence. Acta brevia neerland, 4: 46
Jansen, B.C.P. 1938: Quantitative estimation of vitamins, particularly of aneurin, the antiberiberi vitamin. Meded. Volksgezond. Nederland.-lndie. 27: 136-140
Shamray, E.F. 1939: Quantitative estimation ofdehydro-ascorbic acid.. Ukrain. Biochem. J 14: 277-287
Meunier, P.; Blancpain, C. 1939: Quantitative etimation of the antineuritic vitamin in natural sources. New technique. C. R. Acad. Sci 208: 768-772
Cho, M.; Yoon, J. 2007: Quantitative evaluation and application of Cryptosporidium parvum inactivation with ozone treatment. Water Science and Technology: a Journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research 55(1-2): 241-250
Small, J. 1937: Quantitative evolution. III. Dp-ages of Gramineae. Proc. Roy. Soc. Edin 57: 221-7
Winfield, G.F. 1933: Quantitative experimental studies on the rat nematode Heterakis spumosa, Schneider, 1866. American Journal of Hygiene 17(1): 168-228
Brodie, J.B.; Macleod, F.L. 1935: Quantitative experiments on the occurrence of vitamin B in organs. J. Nutrition. 10: 179-186
Davis, W.B. 1942: Quantitative field test for estimation of peroxidase. Indust. Eng. Chem. Anal. Ed 14: 952-953
Zucker, L.; Hall, L.; Young, M.; Zucker, T.F. 1941: Quantitative formulation of rat growth. Growth 6: 415-36
Munro, S.S.; Kosin, I.L.; Macartney, E.L. 1943: Quantitative genie-hormone interactions in the fowl. I. Relative sensitivity of five breeds to an anterior pituitary extract possessing both thyrotropic and gonadotropic properties. Amer. Nat 77: 256-273
Rygh, O. 1935: Quantitative human vitamin requirements. Nord. med. Tidsskr 10: 1305-1311
Stolzmann, Z. 1939: Quantitative in the urea and lattnal nitrogen in the corpuscles and plasma in man, when fasting and after a proton meat. Bull. Soc. Chim. biol 21: 549-582
Stahler, F.; Pehl, B. 1941: Quantitative influence of synthetic tocopherol (vitamin E) on progesterone effect. Action on the changes in the uterine mucosa and on glycogen migration in infantile rats and rabbits. Arch. Gynak 171: 134-151
Sirks, M.J. 1931: Quantitative inheritance. XXIII Xederl. Natuur-en Geneesk. Congres. Delft 7-9,
Wexelsen, H. 1934: Quantitative inheritance and linkage in barley. Hereditas 18: 307-48
Rasmusson, J. 1939: Quantitative inheritance in root crops. Proc 7th Int. Genet. Congr, Edinburgh, August 23-30. 245-46
Gillman, J.; Stein, H.B. 1939: Quantitative inhibition of oestrone by progesterone in the baboon, with reference to this phenomenon in other animals. Nature, 143: 559
Kirsch, W.; Jjusttzon, H. 1932: Quantitative investigation of the losses in food value during the storage of potatoes and beets in clamps or in cellars. Biedermanns Zentralbl. B. Tieremahrung 4: 240-248
Mangold, E.; Dubiski, J. 1931: Quantitative investigation of the role of the enzymes in plant foodstuffs (food enzymes) in the digestion of carbohydrates in the animal organism. Arch. f. Tiererndhrung u. Tierzucht. 4: 507
Bonezzi, G.; Cavalli, L.; Magni, G. 1943: Quantitative investigation of virulence. I. A virulence equation and its biological significance. Zbl. Bakt 150: 17-25
Cavalli, L.; Magni, G. 1943: Quantitative investigation of virulence. II. In vivo action of the sulphonamides. Zbl. Bakt 150: 25-32
Lehmann, K.B.; Scheible, E. 1923: Quantitative investigation of wood destruction by fungi. Arch. fur Hygiene 92: 2-3-4, 39-108
Friderichsen, C. 1936: Quantitative investigations of the resorption of A vitamin in a case of coeliakie. Studies of hypovitaminosis-A. 1. Acta paediat 18: 377-391
Pirschle, K. 1942: Quantitative investigations on growth and yield of autopolyploid plants. Z. indukt. Abstamm.-u. VererbLehre 80: 126-56
Levon, A.; Sandwall, C.G. 1943: Quantitative investigations on the reaction of Yeast to certain biologically active substances. Hereditas 29: 164
Harada, M. 1941: Quantitative investigations on the tissues of fruits of Japanese Rhus plants, with special reference to their wax content. Bui. sci. Fak. Terkult. Kyusyu imp. Univ 9: 327-36
Sansome, E.R.; Demerec, M.; Hollaender, A. 1945: Quantitative irradiation experiments with Neurospora crassa. I. Experiments with X-rays. American Journal of Botany 32(4): 218-226
Hollaender, A.; Sansome, E.R.; Zimmer, E.; Demerec, M. 1945: Quantitative irradiation experiments with Neurospora crassa. II. Ultraviolet irradiation. American Journal of Botany 32(4): 226-235
Theorell, H. 1935: Quantitative irradiation experiments with the yellow enzyme, flavin phosphate and lactoflavin. Biochem. Ztschr 279: 186-200
Granick, S. 1938: Quantitative isolation of chloroplasts from higher plants. American Journal of Botany 25(8): 558-561
Wise, L.E. 1945: Quantitative isolation of hemicelluloses from coniferous woods. Industr. Engng. Chem. (Anal. Ed.). 17: 63-4
Chernov, V.A. 1939: Quantitative laws governing the diffusion of anions in soils.. Trans. Dokuchaev Inst 20: 45-70
Teissier, G. 1936: Quantitative laws of growth. Ann. Physiol. Phgsicodtom. biol 12: 527-586
Rosene, H.F. 1943: Quantitative Measurement of the Velocity of Water Absorption in Individual Root Hairs by a Microtechnique. Plant Physiology 18(4): 588-607
Browne, H.H. 1944: Quantitative method for determination of maltose in the presence of glucose. Indust And Engineer Chem Anal Ed 16: 582-583
Martinson, E.E.; Meerovich, G.I. 1945: Quantitative method for estimating 2-methyl-l: 4naphthaquinone (vitamin E3) in blood and tissues.. Biochimia 10: 256-264
Ivanov, N.N.; Dodonova, E.V. 1940: Quantitative method of determining proteins by the histidine reaction. Doklady Vsesojuz. Akad. Seljskohoz Nauk, 23/24, 29-32
Anon. 1945: Quantitative methods for the evaluation of hookworm infections. Bulletin of the United States Army Medical Department 4(6): 621-622
Sobel, A.E. 1945: Quantitative microchemistry in clinical laboratories. Indust. Eng. Chem. Anal. Ed 17: 242-245
Archibald, R.M. 1943: Quantitative microdetermination of ammonia in the presence of glutamine and other labile substances. Journal of Biological Chemistry 151(1): 141-148
Iljin, W.S. 1939: Quantitative mieroanalysis of salts and organic acid in plants. Bull. Ass. russe Rech. sci, Prague 9: 48-90
Muller, H. 1940: Quantitative mineral analysis of soil and its importance for agriculture and forestry. Soil Res, 41. 7: 115-129
Wuensch, A.; Habermann, F.A.; Kurosaka, S.; Klose, R.; Zakhartchenko, V.; Reichenbach, H.-D.; Sinowatz, F.; McLaughlin, K.J.; Wolf, E. 2007: Quantitative monitoring of pluripotency gene activation after somatic cloning in cattle. Biology of Reproduction 76(6): 983-991
Kerridge, Phyllis, M.Tookey 1932: Quantitative observations on proteinuria in nephritis. Quart Jour Med 1(1): 1-7
Bond, G. 1936: Quantitative observations on the fixation and transfer of nitrogen in the soya bean, with especial reference to the mechanism of transfer of fixed nitrogen from bacillus to host. Ann. Bot, Lond., 50: 559-78
Soljanikova, V.L. 1939: Quantitative photocolorimetric estimation of vitamin D.. Biochimia 4: 483-491
Schroeder, L.J.; Smith, A.H. 1943: Quantitative relation between administered alkali and endogenous citric acid production. Proceedings Society Exp Biol and Med 54(1): 155-156
Oserkowsky, J. 1933: Quantitative relation between Chlorophyll and Iron in Green and Chlorotic Pear Leaves. Plant Physiology 8(3): 449-468
Boyd, W.C.; Malkiel, S. 1944: Quantitative relations between horse hemoglobin and anti-hemoglobin : the condition of antigenicity. J. infect. Dis 75: 262-264
Gutman, A.B.; Gutman, E.B. 1941: Quantitative relations of a prostatic component (acid phosphatase) of human seminal fluid. Endocrinology 28: 115-118
Winkler, A.W.; Criscuolo, J.; Lavietes, P.H. 1943: Quantitative Relationship between Basal Metabolic Rate and Thyroid Dosage in Patients with True Myxedema. Journal of Clinical Investigation 22(4): 531-534
Lim, R.K.S.; Ling, S.M.; Liu, A.C.; Yuan, I.C. 1936: Quantitative relationships between the basic and other components of the pancreatic secretion. Chinese Jour Physiol 10(3): 475-492
Liu, A.C.; Yuan, I.C.; Lim, R.K.S. 1934: Quantitative relationships between the oxyntic and other gastric component secretions. Chinese Jour Physiol 8(1): 1-36
Breusch, F.; Scalabrino, R. 1934: Quantitative relationships of liver lipoids. Ztschr. f. d. ges. exp. Med 94: 569-578
Sure, B. 1940: Quantitative requirements of the components of the vitamin B complex for lactation and growth of nursing young of the albino rat. Jour Nutrition 19(1): 57-69
Frei, H. 1942: Quantitative researches on the assimilation of elementary atmospheric nitrogen by film-forming yeasts.. Zbl. Bakt. II 104: 326-365
Dorfman, A.; Koser, S.A.; Horwitt, M.K.; Berkman, S.; Saunders, F. 1940: Quantitative response of the dysentery bacillus to nicotinamide and related compounds. Proceedings Society Exp Biol and Med 43(3): 434-438
Freudenberger, C.B.; Hashimoto, E.I. 1939: Quantitative results of ovariectomy in immature and adult albino rats. Proceedings Society Exp Biol and Med 41(2): 530-532
Szegi, T.; Tombacz, E.; Czibulya, Z.; Akagi, J.; Zsolnay, A. 2006: Quantitative rheological indicators for soil physical degradation. Agrokemia es Talajtan 55(1): 69-78
Saeman, J.F.; Bubl, J.L.; Harris, E.E. 1944: Quantitative saccharification of wood and cellulose. Pulp Paper Mag. Can, 45: 752
Reed, G.; Wise, E.C.; Frundt, R.J.L. 1944: Quantitative separation of alcohol and ester forms of vitamin A by solvent extraction and chromatographic methods. Indust. Eng. Chem. Anal. Ed 16: 509-510
Mitchell, J.H.; Kraybill, H.R.; Zscheile, F.P. 1943: Quantitative spectral analysis of fats. Analyt Ed Indust And Engineer Chem 15(1): 1-3
Foster, J.S.; Horton, C.A. 1937: Quantitative spectrographic analysis of biological material. 2. Proc. Roy. Soc. B. 123: 422-430
Cholak, J. 1935: Quantitative spectrographic determination of lead in biological material. Indust. Eng. Chem. Anal. Ed 7: 287-290
Bell, P.H. 1938: Quantitative spectrographic estimation of trace elements in biological ash. Indust. Eng. Chem. Anal. Ed 10: 579-582
Hoffman, M.M.; Schour, I. 1940: Quantitative studies in the development of the rat molar. 1. The growth pattern of the primary and secondary dentin (from birth to 500 days of age). Anat. Rec 78: 233-251
Friderichsen, C. 1936: Quantitative studies of absorption of vitamin A in a case of coeliac disease. Studies of vitamin A deficiency. 1. Hospitalstidende 79: 689-699
Biddulph, C.; Meyer, R.K.; Gumbreck, L.G. 1941: Quantitative studies of estrogen transfer between parabiotic rats in relation to the effect of p p'dihydroxy-a-b-diethylstilbene on the secretion of the gonadotropic complex. Jour Exp Zool 88(1): 17-24
Corner, G.W. 1938: Quantitative studies of experimental menstruation-like bleeding due to hormone deprivation. Amer. J. Physiol 124: 1-12
Collins, V.J.; Boling, J.L.; Dempsey, E.W.; Young, W.C. 1938: Quantitative studies of experimentally induced sexual receptivity in the spayed guinea-pig. Endocrinology 23(2): 188-196
Mack, W.B.; Lachman, W.H. 1937: Quantitative studies of form and size in certain vegetables. Proceedings American Society Hort Science 34: 510-522
Brugsch, J. 1936: Quantitative studies of porphyrin metabolism in health and disease. 4. Quantitative studies of the degradation products of chlorophyll in man by means of red fluorescence. A. Studies in normal persons. Ztschr. ges. exp. Med 98: 49-56
Brugsch, J. 1936: Quantitative studies of porphyrin metabolism in health and disease. 5.B. Studies in liver disease. Ztschr. ges. exp. Med 98: 57-69
Huggins, C.; Masina, M.H.; Eichelberger, L.; Wharton, J.D. 1939: Quantitative Studies of Prostatic Secretion : I. Characteristics of the Normal Secretion; the Influence of Thyroid, Suprarenal, and Testis Extirpation and Androgen Substitution on the Prostatic Output. Journal of Experimental Medicine 70(6): 543-556
Huggins, C.; Clark, P.J. 1940: Quantitative Studies of Prostatic Secretion : Ii. the effect of Castration and of Estrogen Injection on the Normal and on the Hyperplastic Prostate Glands of Dogs. Journal of Experimental Medicine 72(6): 747-762
Winkler, H. 1939: Quantitative studies of the ascorbic acid content of endocrine organs as a measure of their function. Ztschr. ges. exp. Med 105: 723-735
Knudson, A.; Benford, F. 1934: Quantitative studies of the effectiveness of ultraviolet radiation of various wave-lengths in rickets. Journal of Biological Chemistry 105: XLVIII-XLIX
Wang, S.C. 1936: Quantitative studies of the normal human gastric secretion. Chinese J. Physiol 10: 493-506
Burns, E.L.; Schenken, J.R. 1940: Quantitative studies on relationship between estrogen and mammary gland carcinoma in strain C3H mice. Proceedings Society Exp Biol and Med 43(4): 608-610
Otto, G.F.; Abrams, E. 1939: Quantitative studies on the effect of heat on trichina (Trichinella spiralif, larvae. American Journal of Hygiene. Section D. Helminthology 29(3): 115-120
Macinnes, J. 1925: Quantitative studies on the efficiency of fungicides. Phytopath 15(4): 203-213
Müller, C.; Hofmann, T. 2007: Quantitative studies on the formation of phenol/2-furfurylthiol conjugates in coffee beverages toward the understanding of the molecular mechanisms of coffee aroma staling. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 55(10): 4095-4102
Wolfe, J.M. 1935: Quantitative studies on the reaction of the anterior pituitaries of immature female rats to extracts of pregnancy urine. Endocrinology 19(4): 471-477
Greenwood, A.W.; Blyth, J.S.; Callow, R.K. 1935: Quantitative studies on the response of the capon's comb to androsterone. Biochemical Journal 29(6): 1400-1413
Witschi, E. 1945: Quantitative studies on the seasonal development of the deferent ducts in passerine birds. Journal of Experimental Zoology 100: 549-564
Kleczkowski, A. 1941: Quantitative studies on the serologiesl reactions of some plant viruses and of a Pea nodule bacterium (Rhizobium legumiaosaram). Brit. J. exp. Path 22(1): 44-58
Wolfe, J.M.; Chadwick, C.S. 1936: Quantitative studies on the structural changes induced in the anterior hypophysis by injections of oestrin. Endocrinology 20: 503-510
With, T.K. 1944: Quantitative studies on the urinary excretion of bilirubin and urobilinoids and on serum bilirubin in diseases of the liver and jaundice without liver lesion. Acta med. scand 119: 214-248
Costa, A.S. 1944: Quantitative studies with carborundum and its use in local-lesion tests. Phytopath 34(3): 288-300
Hansen, E. 1945: Quantitative Study of Ethylene Production in Apple Varieties. Plant Physiology 20(4): 631-635
Hansen, E. 1942: Quantitative study of ethylene production in relation to respiration of pears. Bot Gaz 103(3): 543-558
Petersen, H.L. 1944: Quantitative study of milk secretion. The effect of feeding at both breasts at each meal. Ugeskr. Laeg 106(31): 773-776
Mittermaier, R. 1935: Quantitative study of mineralsin inflammatory conditions of the ear, nose and throat. Arch. Ohren-, Nasenu. Kehlkopfheilk 139: 219-232
Gavaudan, P. 1943: Quantitative study of mitotic inhibition in the plant cell: description of a technique applicable to various tests of the activity of pharmacological substances. C.R. Soc. Biol., Paris. 137: 342-43
Trentin, J.J.; Turner, C.W. 1941: Quantitative study of the effect of inanition on responsiveness of the mammary gland to estrogen. Endocrinology 29(6): 984-989
Deanesly, R.; Parkes, A.S. 1941: Quantitative study of the effects of implanting tablets of oestrogens and androgens in rats. J. Endocr 2: 487-495
Schubel, K.; Gehlen, W. 1932: Quantitative study of the formation of vitamin D in dried brewers' yeast after irradiation with ultra-violet light. Arch. f. exp. Pathol. u. Pharmakol 166: 348-353
Gavaudan, P. 1943: Quantitative study of the mito-inhibitory action of aromatic substances: definition and terminology of the cytological effects used for testing. CR Soc. Biol, Paris 137: 281-83
Gavaudan, P. 1943: Quantitative study of the mitosis-inhibiting action of aromatic subtances : definition and terminology of the cytological effects used for testing). C.R. Soc. Biol., Paris. 137: 281-83
Roche, J.; Leandri, A. 1935: Quantitative study of the phosphatase of the growing long bones in the rat. C.R. Soc. Biol 119: 1141-1144
Rowlands, I.W.; Parkes, A.S. 1934: Quantitative study of thyrotropic activity of anterior pituitary extracts. Biochem. J 28: 1829-1843
Boest, J.G.G.; Viersma, H.J. 1937: Quantitative study of water and salt metabolism in Addison's disease with special reference to the determination of the activity of adrenal cortical extracts. Acta med. scand 91: 127-158
Taliey, F.; Alizadeh, A.; Safaie, N.; Dehghan, M.A. 2006: Quantitative temporal analysis of wheat fusarium head blight. Iranian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 37(5): Pe811-Pe820, en 7
Driest, M. 1936: Quantitative tests of gastric function. Arch. VerdauungsKr 59: 332-347
Yang DeLong; Jing RuiLian; Chang XiaoPing; Li Wei 2007: Quantitative trait loci mapping for chlorophyll fluorescence and associated traits in wheat (Triticum aestivum). Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 49(5): 646-654
Askey, J.M. 1941: Quantitative treatment of pernicious anemia Response to initial massive dose of liver extract in relapse. J. Amer. Med. Assoc 117: 907-910
Kroemer, K.; Schanderl, H. 1934: Quantitative trials on the obstruction offered to light rays by deposits of common spray materials used on vines. Gartenbauwiss 8: 672-84
Matheson, J.S.; Paul-Murphy, J.; O'Brien, R.T.; Steinberg, H. 2007: Quantitative ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging, and histologic image analysis of hepatic iron accumulation in pigeons (Columbia livia). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine: Official Publication of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians 38(2): 222-230
Brieger, F.G.; Granee, E.A. 1938: Quantitative variations in Santa Rosa maize. Rev. Agric. S. Paulo 13: 263-84
Fraps, G.S.; Treichler, R. 1932: Quantitative variations in vitamin A content of butter fat. Indust And Eng Chem 24(9): 1079-1081
Nicolaisen, W. 1932: Quantitative xenia in rye and peas. Z. Zuchtung. A.17: 265-76
Howell, J.P. 1935: Quantities and value of farm produce consumed in the farm house. Welsh J. Agric 11: 48-61
Gabler, H. 1941: Quantities of foliage and critical numbers of nun-moth eggs for Norway Spruce and Scots Pine.. Forstwiss. Cbl 63: 208-14
Tan XiaoLi; Zhang JieFu; Yang Li; Zhang ZhiYan; Zhou Jia; Jiang Song; Qi CunKou 2006: Quantitive determination of the strength of rapeseed pod dehiscence. Transactions of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering 22(11): 40-43
Morton, F.A. 1929: Quantity Production oi Tick Parasites. 7th Bienn. Rep. Montana State Bd. Ent, Helena, Mta., 32-35
Vincent, C.; Vial, J. 1933: Quantity and fat content of milk during milking in women. C.R. Soc. Biol 112: 1422-1424
Vincent, C.; Vial, J. 1933: Quantity and fat content of milk from the two human breasts. C.R. Soc. Biol 113: 111-113
Millar, C.E. 1938: Quantity and relationships of certain elements in Michigan legume hays. Journal American Society Agron 30(6): 507-513
Swett, W.W.; Miller, F.W.; Graves, R.R. 1932: Quantity of Milk obtained from Amputated Cow Udders. Composition of Milk obtained from Amputated Cow Udders. J. Agric. Res 45: 385-400 and 401-419
Swett, W.W.; Miller, F.W.; Graves, R.R. 1932: Quantity of milk obtained from amputated cow udders. J. Agric. Res 45: 385-400
Cheljadinova, A.I. 1945: Quantity of needles and their manner of growth in Pine.. Comptes rendus de la Conference pansovietique de Physiologie vegetale, Academie des Sciences, U.R.S.S., Moscow and Leningrad Vol. 2. 1945. 183-9
Allison, J.R. 1931: Quantity of oil retained by citrus foliage after spraying. California Citrograph 16: 481
Gerlaugh, P.; Rogers, H.W. 1938: Quantity of protein for yearling steers on a heavy silage ration. Madison County, 1936-1937. Bi-m. Bull. Ohio Agric. Exp. Stat 23: 87-88
Prazmowska, Z. 1932: Quantity of sow's milk required for a given increase in live weight in piglets during the suckling period. Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych i Lesnych 28: 301-322
D.Caro, L. 1936: Quantity of vitamin C necessary to maintain the normal reducing value of animal tissues. Hoppe-Seyler's Ztschr, 240: 179
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Anon. 1934: Quarantinable Diseases of Animals in Australia. Hlth, Canberra 12: 1-2
Anonymous 1923: Quarantine Department. Qtrly. Bull. Florida State Pl. Bd, Gainesville, Fla. 7(4): 300-304
Anonymous 1924: Quarantine Department Report for Quarter ending December 31st 1923. Qtrly. Bull. State Plant Bd. Florida. Gainesville, Fla. 8(2): 73-74
Anonymous 1920: Quarantine Department Report on Inspections and Interceptions, all Ports and Stations, for the Quarter ending March 31, 1920. Qtrly. Bull, Florida State Plant Bd, Gainesville 4(3): 102-103
Anonymous 1920: Quarantine Department. Report on Inspections and Interceptions, all Ports and Stations, for the Quarter ending December 31, 1919. Qrtrly. Bull. Florida, State Plant Bd. Gainesville 4(2): 36-37
Maskew, F. 1917: Quarantine Division. Mthly. Bull. Gal. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento 6(1): 36-38
Maskew, F. 1915: Quarantine Division : Report for the Month of March 1915. Mthly. Bull. Col. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento 4(9): 447-448
Maskew, F. 1915: Quarantine Division : Report for the Months of April and May 1915. Mthly. Bull. State Comm, Hortic, Sacramento 4(7): 348-350
Maskew, F. 1916: Quarantine Division : Rept. for the Month of December 1915. Mthly. Bull. Col. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento. 5(2): 74-76
Maskew, F. 1915: Quarantine Division ; Report for the Month of October 1915. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Commiss. Hortic. Sacramento 4(12): 575-577
Maskew, F. 1916: Quarantine Division ; Report for the Month of September 1916. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento 5(11): 422-423
Maskew, F. 1916: Quarantine Division ; Report of the Month of January, 1916. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Cammiss. Hortic, Sacramento 5(3): 121-123
Maskew, F. 1915: Quarantine Division, Report for the Month of August 1915. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento 4(10): 485-487
Maskew, F. 1915: Quarantine Division, Report for the Month of June 1915. Mthly. Bull. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento, Cal. 4(8): 401-402
Maskew, F. 1916: Quarantine Division, Report for the Month of November 1915. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Commiss. Hortic. Sacramento 5(1): 44-46
Maskew, F. 1916: Quarantine Division, Report for the Month of October 1916. Mthly. Bull. Gal. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento 5(12): 451-453
Maskew, F. 1915: Quarantine Division, Report for the Month of September 1915. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Commise. Hortic, Sacramento 4(11): 529-530
Maskew, F. 1917: Quarantine Division. Report for the Month of April 1917. Mihly. Bull. Cal. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento 6(7): 321-322
Maskew, F. 1919: Quarantine Division. Report for the Month of December, 1918. Mthly. Bull. Cal. Slate Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento 8(2): 84-86
Maskew, F. 1920: Quarantine Division. Report for the Month of February, 1920. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Dept, Agric, Sacramento 9(4): 162-163
Maskew, F. 1918: Quarantine Division. Report for the Month of January 1918. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento 7(4): 217-218
Maskew, F. 1920: Quarantine Division. Report for the Month of January, 1920. Mlhty. Bull. Cal. State Dept. Agric, Sacramento 9(3): 98-99
Maskew, F. 1917: Quarantine Division. Report for the Month of June 1917. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento 6(9): 376-377
Maskew, F. 1918: Quarantine Division. Report for the Month of June, 1918. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento 7(8): 508-509
Maskew, F. 1920: Quarantine Division. Report for the Month of June, 1920. Mthly. Bull. Cal State Dept. Agric, Sacramento 9(8): 350-351
Maskew, F. 1917: Quarantine Division. Report for the Month of March 1917. Mthty. Bull. Cal. State Conmiss. Hortic, Sacramento 6(6): 261-262
Maskew, F. 1920: Quarantine Division. Report for the Month of March. 1920. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Dept. Agric., Sacramento, May- 9(5-6): 203-210
Maskew, F. 1917: Quarantine Division. Report for the Month of May 1917. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento 6(8): 347-348
Maskew, F. 1918: Quarantine Division. Report for the Month of May 1918. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento 7(7): 479-480
Maskew, F. 1918: Quarantine Division. Report for the Month of November, 1917. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento 6(3): 168-169
Maskew, F. 1918: Quarantine Division. Report for the Month of September 1918. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento 7(10): 591-592
Maskew, F. 1920: Quarantine Division. Report for the Months of April and May, 1920. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Dept. Agric, Sacramento 9(7): 298-302
Maskew, F. 1917: Quarantine Division. Report for the Months of August and September, 1917. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento, November- 6: 11, 12, 483-484
Masrew, F. 1916: Quarantine Division. Report for the month of August 1916. Mthly. Bull. State Commiss. Hortic. Sacramento, Col. 5(10): 391-392
Maskew, F. 1915: Quarantine Division. Report for the month of January 1915. Mthly. Bull. State Commiss. Hortic., Sacramento, Cal 4(3): 171-172
Maskew, F. 1917: Quarantine Division. Report for the month of January 1917. Mthty. Bull. Cal. State Commiss. Hortic. Sacramento, 6: 3; 4, 119-120
Maskew, F.; Strong, L.A. 1920: Quarantine Division. Reports September-December. Mthly. Bull. California Dept. Agric, Sacramento. 9(12): 721-735
Maskew, F. 1918: Quarantine Division. Reports for the Months of July and August 1918. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Commiss. Hortic. Sacramento 7(9): 552-555
Maskew, F. 1920: Quarantine Division. Reports for the Months of July and August 1920. Mthly. Bull. California Dept. Agric, Sacramento 9(9): 388-392
Strong, L.A. 1921: Quarantine Division. Reports for the Months of July and August 1921. Mthly. Bull. Cal. Dept. Agric, Sacramento. 10(9): 381-385
Strong, L.A. 1921: Quarantine Division. Reports for the Months of March and April 1921. Mthly. Bull. Cal. Dept. Agric, Sacramento, May- 10(5-6): 210-215
Maskew, F. 1919: Quarantine Division. Reports for the Months of October and November, 1918. Mthly. Bull. Cal. Stale Commiss.Hortic. Sacramento 8(1): 30-33
Maskbw, F. 1916: Quarantine Division; Report (or the Month of February, 1916. Mthly. Bull. Col. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento 5(4): 168-160
Maskewf. 1916: Quarantine Division; Report for the Month of April 1918. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Commis. Hortic, Sacramento 5(6): 236-237
Maskew, F. 1915: Quarantine Division; Report for the Month of February 1915. Mthly. Bull. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento, Cal. 4(4): 221-222
Maskew, F. 1916: Quarantine Division; Report for the Month of May 1916. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento 5(7): 270-272
Maskew, F. 1916: Quarantine Division; Report for the month of July 1916. Mthly. Bull. Cal. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento 5(9): 351-353