Section 14

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Anonymous 1941: Salt in the Treatment of Enteritis in Swine. Veterinary Medicine 36: 495-499
Rindfleisch-Seyfarth, M. 1944: Salt injury in birds. Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 52: 11
Cole, Sir Edward. 1940: Salt lands reclaimed by dhup grass. Indian Fmg, 1: 280
Silvette, H. 1935: Salt loss following adrenalectomy and glucose administration. Amer. J. Physiol, 113: 122
Wiggans, I.L. 1939: Salt marsh plants in relation to tide levels on the Californian coast. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer, 20: 39
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Presley, J.T. 1941: Saltants from a monosporic culture of Verticillium albo-atrum. Phytopath 31(12): 1135-1139
Das Gupta, S.N. 1936: Saltation in fungi. Lucknow Univ. Studies, 5: 83
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Nirula, R.L. 1928: Saltations in bacteria. Ann Botany London 42(166): 431-467
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Benjamin, M.S. 1935: Saltbush, its mineral composition. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 46: 309-10
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Doermann, M.C. 1943: Salting and brining of vegetables. Circ. N. Jersey agric. Exp. Stat, 467: 8
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Fabian, F.W.; Erickson, F.J. 1940: Salting of green tomatoes. Fruit Prod. J 19: 363-7; 377, 379
Davies, W. 1943: Salting of hay. Agriculture 50: 113-114
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Anonymous 1943: Salvaged, redriven creosoted piles in good condition after 25 years. Wood Press News 21: 11-2
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