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Spuler, A. 1929: Spraying Experiments for Codling Moth Control. Bull. Washington Agric. Expt. Sta, Pullman, Wash., 232, 70
Jarvis, H. 1935: Spraying Experiments for the Control of Fruit Fly in the Stanthorpe Districts. Qd agric. J, Brisbane, November 1st 44(5): 560-563
Tunstall, A.C. 1918: Spraying Experiments in 1917. Qtrly. Jl. Scient. Dept, Indian Tea Assoc., Calcutta, Pt. 2, 38-45
Schoyen, T.H. 1931: Spraying Experiments with Contarinia pyrivora and Argyresthia conjugella. Landbruksdirekt. Beret, Oslo, C1-C14
Leiby, E.W. 1920: Spraying Irish Potatoes. North Carolina Agric, Extens. Service. Circular 103, Raleigh, 103: 14
Caesar, L. 1921: Spraying Lesson from 1920. Canad. Hortic., Peter- boro, Ont, January- 44(1-2): 3-4
Favor, E.H. 1919: Spraying Machinery for the Citrus Grove. Florida State Hortic. Soc. Qtrly, De Land, 53-57
Thomsen, M. 1933: Spraying Materials against Chermes on Silver Fir. Forstl. Forsgsv, Danm, Copenhagen, 13: 10
Ballou, F.H. 1934: Spraying Methods that insure safe and thorough Coverage. Proc. Ohio St. hort. Soc, Columbus, Ohio 67: 109-118
Stuckey, H.P.; Higgins, B.B. 1919: Spraying Peaches. Georgia Expt. Sta., Experiment., Bull, 135, 91-101
Petersons, P. 1930: Spraying Pines against the shedding of needles caused by Lophodermium pinastri Chev. Acta Inst. Defens. Plantarum Latviensis 1: 15-17
Young, P.F. 1945: Spraying Problems and new Developments in Control Equipment. Proc. N.Y. St. hort. Soc 90: 115-121
Green, W.J.; Selby, A.D.; Gossard, H.A. 1915: Spraying Program for Orchards, with Combinations Recommended. Ohio Agric. Expt. Sta. Circular. Wooster 149, 53-60
Young, H.C.; House, R.J.S.; Ballou, F.H. 1926: Spraying Program for the Orchard and Fruit Garden. Ohio Agric. Expt. Sta. Bull, Wooster, Ohio, 393, 1-26
Anonymous 1922: Spraying Programs for the Orchard and Fruit Garden, with Directions as to Sprays to be used. Mthly. Bull. Ohio Agric. Expt. Sta, Wooster, January- 7: 1-2
Gossard, H.A.; Green, W.J. 1916: Spraying Programs for the small Home Orchard and Fruit-Garden. Mthly. Bull. Ohio Agric. Expt. Sta, Wooster 1(4): 103-107
Ulrich, F. 1926: Spraying Raspberries. Minnesota Horticulturist 54(4): 113-115
Amos, J.M. 1942: Spraying Requirements for effective Control of Plum Curculio on Peaches in southern Delaware. Trans. Peninsula hort. Soc, Dover, Del., 98-101
Yothees, W.W. 1915: Spraying Scheme for the Control of Insect Pests on Citrus Trees in Florida. Jl. Econ. Entom, Concord 7(2): 161-164
Watson, J.R. 1913: Spraying Tomatoes for Thrips. Univ. Florida Agric. Expt. Station. Report for 1913
Lees, A.H.; Peren, G.S. 1920: Spraying Trial for Control of Logan Beetle. Ann. Rept. Agric. & Hortic. Res. Sta, Long Ashton, Bristol, 74-77
Lees, A.H.; Peren, G.S. 1921: Spraying Trial for Control of Logan Beetles. Ann. Rept. Agric. & Hortic. Res. Sta, Long Ashton, Bristol., 67-69
Gray, R.A.H.; Brooks, H.E. 1938: Spraying Trials against Red Spider Mite (Oligonychus ulmi) on Damsons in Westmorland. J. R. hort. Soc, London, 63: pt. 2, 77-80
Gray, R.A.H.; Brooks, H.E. 1935: Spraying Trials against the Raspberry Beetle (Byturus tomentosus Fab.). J. R. hort. Soc, London, 60: pt. 8, 339-341
Mclennan, A.H. 1920: Spraying Vegetables. Canad. Horticulturist and Beekeeper, Toronto, Ont. 28(4): 107-108
Cooke, W.W. 1925: Spraying Vines with a Spray Gun. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, Sydney 36(1): 65-67
Levison, J.J. 1917: Spraying Work of this Season. Amer. Forestry. Washington, D.C. 23(280): 236-238
Seda, A. 1938: Spraying against Cydia pomonella, L., on Apple. Ochr. Rost, Prague 14(55): 59-65
Peace, T.R. 1936: Spraying against Meria laricis, the leaf cast disease of Larch. Forestry 10(1): 79-82
Bertus, L.S. 1931: Spraying against canker of Citrus. Tropical​ ​Agriculturist 76(6): 337-339
Sanders, G.E. 1920: Spraying and Dusting. 56th AN. Rept. Nova Scotia Fruit Growers' Assoc, Kingston, 114-127
Zillig, H. 1927: Spraying and Dusting Apparatus for Plant Protection Work. Flugbl. biol. Reichsanst. Land- u. Forstw. Berlin, 89, 8
Zimmerley, H.H.; Davis, R.J.; Spencer, H. 1923: Spraying and Dusting Cantaloupes. Virginia Truck Expt. Sta. Bull, Norfolk, Va. 45, 295-313
Simpson, G.W. 1932: Spraying and Dusting Experiments for the Control of Potato Aphids. J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 25(3): 634-639
Mcmunn, R.L. 1927: Spraying and Dusting Experiments in Johnson County,Illinois, 1926. Trans. Illinois Hortic. Soc, Springfield, Ill., 9: 127-140
Munro, J.A.T.lford, H.-S.B.entzel, W.E. 1943: Spraying and Dusting Potatoes. Bull. N. Dak. agric. Exp. Sta, Fargo, N. Dak
Geise, F.W.; Zimmerley, H.H.; Spencer, H. 1922: Spraying and Dusting Vegetable Crops in 1922. Virginia Truck Expt. Sta. Bull, Norfolk, Va., October 1st 41, 237-256
Gui, H.L. 1938: Spraying and Dusting for Cabbage Worm Control. Bi-m. Bull. Ohio agric. Exp. Sta, Wooster, Ohio 23: 113-118
Sanders, G.E. 1922: Spraying and Dusting in Annapolis Valley. Canad.Hortic, Toronto, Ont. 45(2): 21-22
Marsh, R.S. 1926: Spraying and Pruning. Trans, Illinois State Hortic. Soc., Springfield, Ill., 59: 393-398
Loewel, E.L.; Luttgau, W. 1936: Spraying and bee mortality in Altenland orchards. Gartenbauwiss 10: 521-36. blbl. 4
Weber, G.F. 1931: Spraying and dusting Cucumbers for control of downy mildew from 1925 to 1930. Florida Agric. Exper. Stat. Bull, 230: 58
Moore, M.H. 1934: Spraying and dusting experiments on the control of Apple scab (Venturia inaequalis) and Apple mildew (Podosphaera leucotricha) at East Malling in 1931-1932. Journ. Pomol, and Hort. Science 12(1): 57-79
Johansson, E. 1933: Spraying and dusting fruit trees. Sveriges Pomologiska Forenings Arssk 30: 1-14
Thies, W.H., E.Al. 1943: Spraying and dusting fruit trees. Leafl. Mass. St. Coll. Ext. Serv, 178: 28
Zillig, H. 1927: Spraying and dusting operations in the vineyard. Biol. Reichsanst. fur Land- und Forstwirtsch, Flugbl., 88, 4
Anonymous 1928: Spraying and dusting recommendations for Apples. New Jersey Agric. Exper. Stat. Circ, 209: 4
Heranger, S.F. 1935: Spraying and wettability. Rev. Vitic, 82: 2121, 117-121
Glasenapp, S. 1913: Spraying apple trees in blossom with tobacco extract. Memoirs of the Bureau of Applied Botany. St. Petersburg 6(4): 243-250
Magness, J.R.; Batjer, L.P.; Harley, C.P. 1940: Spraying apples for blossom removal. Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 37: 141-146
Macdougall, A.H. 1920: Spraying as a Preventive for Blow-flies. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, Sydney 31(9): 617-618
Ludwigs, K. 1928: Spraying calendar for the most important diseases and pesta of Peach trees. Obst -und Gemusebau 74(5): 76-77
Allison, J.R. 1941: Spraying citrus trees. Calif. Citrogr, 27: 34
Matthews, I.; Powell, H.C. 1936: Spraying citrus trees with zinc sulphate. Citrus Grower, 44, 20-1
French, 0. C. 1942: Spraying equipment for pest control. California Agric Exp Sta Bull 666: 1-42
Heimpel, L.G. 1944: Spraying equipment, old and new. A.R. Quebec pomol. Fruitgr. Soc., 1944. 18-23
Fant, G.W. 1923: Spraying experiment for control of Pear leaf and fruit spot. Forty-third Ann. Rept. New Jersey Agric. Exper. Stat. for the year ending June 30, 1923. 548-551
Ballou, F.H.; Lewis, J.P. 1924: Spraying experimenta in southeastern Ohio. Results of tests in orchards at Carpenter and Barlow in 1923. Monthly Bull. Ohio Agric. Exper. Stat 9(3-4): 35-43
Heinze, K. 1939: Spraying experimenta in the destruction of Potato tops as a means of defence against virus diseases. Z. PflKrankh 49(3): 129-142
Bagenal, N.B.; Goodwin, W.; Salmon, E.S.; Ware, W.M. 1925: Spraying experiments against Apple scab. Journ. Min. Agric 32(2): 137-149
Jorstad, I. 1925: Spraying experiments against Gooseberry mildew. Havedyrkningens Venners Medlemsskr, 2: 6
Jorstad, I. 1927: Spraying experiments against Gooseberry mildew in 1925 and 1926. Havedyrkingens Venners Medlemsskr, 2: 6
Hilde, H. 1926: Spraying experiments against Pear scab in Rogaland. Norsk Havetid 42(4): 42-44
Martin, H.; Salmon, E.S.; Ware, W.M. 1934: Spraying experiments against pear scab. Jour S E Agric Coil Wye Kent 34: 145-154
Hammond, A.A. 1922: Spraying experiments fax brown rot of stone fruit (Selerotinia fructigena). Journ. Agric. Victoria 20(3): 182-189
Neal, D.C.; Chance, P.M.; Barnhart, R.P.; Bynum, E.K. 1924: Spraying experiments for Pecan scab control in Mississippi in 1923. Mississippi Agric. Exper. Stat. Circ, 53: 4
Turner, H.A.; Dowson, W.J. 1930: Spraying experiments for black spot and powdery mildew. Tasmanian Jour Agric 1(3): 101-102
Ruehle, G.D. 1940: Spraying experiments for control of Avocado anthracnose. Proc. Fla hort. Soc 53: 155-158
Anderson, H.W. 1932: Spraying experiments for disease control in 1931. Trans. Illinois State Hort. Soc 65: 170-183
Mckay, R. 1938: Spraying experiments for the control of Apple scab in 1985 and 1936. J. Dep. Agric. Eire 35(1): 42-57
Jehle, R.A.; Cory, E.N. 1923: Spraying experiments for the control of diseases and insects of the Apple. Maryland Agric. Exper. Stat. Bull, 262, 157-167
Moore, W.D. 1923: Spraying experiments for the control of the Cherry leaf spot (Cylindrosporium padi Karst.). Forty-third Ann. Rept. New Jersey Agric. Exper. Stat. for the year ending June 30, 569-572
Ballou, F.H.; Lewis, I.P. 1923: Spraying experiments in southeastern Ohio, 1922. Ohio Agric. Exper. Stat. Monthly Bull 8(3-4): 42-50
Husz, B. 1935: Spraying experiments on fruit trees. Bull. Ec. hong. Hort, 1: 6 figs, 8-22
Taylor, G.G.; Robbins, R.E. 1945: Spraying experiments on raspberries. Five years' operation in Nelson District. Orchard. N.Z 18(12): 3-7
Kearns, H.G.H.; Martin, H. 1940: Spraying farm orchards in war time. A. R. Long Ashton agric. hort. Res. Stat, 35-41
Petherbridge, F.R 1916: Spraying for Apple Sucker (Psylla mali). Ann. App. Biol, London 2(4): 230-234
Pethekbridge, F.E. 1915: Spraying for Apple Sucker and Leaf-curling Plum Aphis. Jl. Bd. Agric. London 21(10): 915-919
Ballou, F.H.; Lewis, I.P. 1925: Spraying for Apple scab and Apple blotch. Monthly Bull. Ohio Agric. Exper. Stat 10(3-4): 50-52
Gilmer, P.M. 1930: Spraying for Codling Moth. Bienn. Rep. Kansas Hort. Soc. 29, Topeka, Kans., 40: 41-45
Hutson, R. 1942: Spraying for Control of Grapeberry Moth and Grape Leafhopper. Quart. Bull. Mich. agric. Exp. Sta, East Lansing, Mich. 24(4): 287-290
Hutson, R. 1940: Spraying for Grapeberry Moth Control, 1939. Quart. Bull. Mich. agric. Exp. Sta, East Lansing, Mich. 22(4): 263-265
Duruz, W.P.; Goldsworthy, M.C. 1928: Spraying for Peach rust (a progress report). Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 25: 168-171
Petherbridge, F.R.; Thomas, I. 1937: Spraying for Plum Sawfly: with Notes on Red Spider and Thrips. J. Minist. Agric, London 44(9): 858-865
Woodhill, A.R. 1928: Spraying for Woolly Aphis. The Addition of Miscible Oil to Summer Tobacco Sprays. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, Sydney 39: pt. 8, 613-614
Loewel, E.C. 1936: Spraying for apple scab at blossom time. Gartenbauwiss 10: 232-46
Saunders, P.T. 1914: Spraying for control of ticks in Antigua. West Indian Bull, Barbados, June 24th 14(2): 122-125
Rankin, W.H. 1932: Spraying for leaf diseases of shade trees. Proc. Eighth Ann. Meeting Nat. Shade Tree Conf. 1932. 64-69
Stirrett, G.M.; Thompson, R.W. 1940: Spraying for the Control of the European Corn Borer in Sweet Corn. Rep. ent. Soc. Ont. Toronto 71: 9-15
Peren, G.S. 1923: Spraying for the Control of the Logan Beetle. Ann. Rept. Agric. & Hortic. Sta, Bristol, 62-66
Saunders, P.T. 1919: Spraying for the Destruction of Ticks at Antigua. Sta. Agron. Guadeloupe, Pointe-a-Pitre, Antilles Francaises, Bull. No. 1, 1919. 31-35
Ruehle, G.D. 1935: Spraying for the control of citrus scab. Citrus Industry 16(5): 8-9, 17-18
Pickett, W.F.; Williams, L.C. 1926: Spraying fruit plants. Kansas Agric Exp Sta Circ 125: 1-15
Plckett, W.F.; Filinger, G.A. 1932: Spraying fruit plants. Kansas Agric. Exper. Stat. Circ, 169: 34
Van Stuivenberg, J.H.M. 1941: Spraying fruit trees with growth substances in order to induce parthenocarpy and influence late drop. Meded. Lab. Tuinbouwpl, Wageningen, 35: 79
Walker, G.P. 1924: Spraying in Relation to the Renovation of Old Orchards in New Brunswick. Proc. Acadian Ent. Soc, Truro, N.S., 9, 8-13
Tilemans, E. 1945: Spraying in relation to fruit-tree growing. (Machines-conditions of treatment-materials). Fruit belge 13(63): 122-130
Gibson, H. 1917: Spraying in the Home Garden. Canadian Horticulturist and Beekeeper. Toronto 25(3): 73-74
Fetch, C.E. 1943: Spraying materials and how to mix them. A.R. Quebec pomol. Fruitgr. Soc., 1943. 30-2
Kuster, E. 1932: Spraying materials and spraying methods in American fruit growing. Obst-und Femusebau 78(4): 50-52
Del Canizo, J. 1942: Spraying of Potato and Beet fields (practical data). Bol Pat. veg. Ent. agric., Madr 11: 359-374
Ashplant, H. 1928: Spraying of Rubber. Bull. Rubber Growers' Assoc 10(10): 677-679
Venkatarayan, S.V. 1943: Spraying of crops against fungoid diseases in Mysore. Mysore agric. J 21(4): 123-126
Anonymous 1928: Spraying of fruit trees. Statens Forsgsvirksomhed i Plantekultur Meddel, 122: 4
Weber, A. 1926: Spraying of fruit trees and bushes against parasitic fungi, together with the biology of the latter. Tidsskr. for Planteavl 32(2): 219-318
Anonymous 1926: Spraying of fruit trees. (Statens Forsogsvirksomhed i Plamtekultur Meddd. 122.). Tidaskr. for Planteavl 32(5): 708-712
Loewel, E.L. 1935: Spraying plums with particular note of varietal susceptibility to spray damage. Gartenbauwiss 9: 189-204
Anonymous 1944: Spraying schedules for 1944. Proc. N.Y. St. hort. Soc, 299-321
Winkelmann, A. 1937: Spraying schedules for Fusicladium control. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst 17(2): 9-13
Anonymous 1942: Spraying schedules, 1942. Proc. N.Y. St. agric. Soc., 1942. 361-382
Lewis, F.H.; Groves, A.B. 1945: Spraying sour cherries for disease affects size and quality of fruit. Suppl 3 to Bull 46(4): 6-7
Swaebrick, T. 1933: Spraying technique. The Fruit-Grower, 76: 1978, 813-815
Basak, A.; Holownicki, R.; Swiechowski, W. 2006: Spraying techniques and the efficiency of thinning agents: I. Spray volume and concentration in relation to crown size. Acta Horticulturae 727: 389-396
Fant, G.W. 1924: Spraying tests for the control of Apple blotch. Forty-fourth Ann. Rept. New Jersey Agric. Exper. Stat. for the year ending June 30 1924. 408-409
Rives, L. 1930: Spraying tests with chemical dyes. Rev. de Vitic, 73: 1891, 230-231
Cadoret, A. 1931: Spraying the Grape bunches. Prog. Agric. et Vitic 95(23): 542-543
Seda, A. 1926: Spraying the foliage of Potatoes with Bordeaux mixture. Ochrana Rostlin 6(3): 41-48
Mcdaniel, E.I. 1941: Spraying to control Rhyacionia buoliana. J. econ. Ent, 34: 125
Mcdaniel, E.I. 1933: Spraying to control the Gladiolus Thrips, Taeniothrips gladioli M. & S., in Michigan in the Season of 1932. J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 26(4): 835-836
Dunne, T.C. 1944: Spraying to reduce pre-harvest drop of apples. J. Agric. W. Aust 21: 33-4
Maynard, J.G.; Marsh, E.W. 1930: Spraying trials against Apple scab. II. Season 1929. Ann. Rept Agric. & Hortic. Res. Slat, Long Ashton, Bristol, 155-165
Maynard, J.G.; Marsh, R.W. 1929: Spraying trials against Apples scab at long Ashton in 1928. Ann. Rept. Agric, and Hort Res. Stat., Long Ashton, Bristol, for 1929. 112-123
Moore, M.H. 1933: Spraying trials against Pear scab (Ventnria pirina). Some practical and theoretical aspects of the inter-pretation of the results. Ann. Rept. East Malling Res. Stat. Ist to 1932. 1933. 99-108
Perlberger, J.; Palti, J. 1943: Spraying trials for the control of the rust disease of stone fruits.. Bull. Rehovoth agric. Stat, 34: 16
Petch, C.E. 1921: Spraying versus Dusting. Thirteenth Ann. Rept. Quebec Society for the Protection of Plants, 68-72
Bodenheimer, F.S. 1933: Spraying versus Fumigation in Red Scale Control. Hadar. Tel-Aviv 6(12): 285-286
Wilson, J.D. 1940: Spraying versus dusting of canning Tomatoes with early and delayed applications. Bi-m. Bull. Ohio agric. Exp. Sta 25(204): 76-84
Petch, C.E. 1921: Spraying vs. Dusting. Scientific Agric, Gardenvale, Quebec 1(4): 171-172
Brock, A.A. 1929: Spraying vs. Dusting for Codling Moth Control. Mon. Bull. Dept. Agric. California. Sacramento, Cal. 18(5): 331-332
Sanders, G.E. 1920: Spraying vs. Dusting in Annapolis Valley. Canad. Horticulturist and Beekeeper, Toronto, Ont. 28(2): 27-28
Coupan . 1936: Spraying walnut and other large trees. C.R. Acad. Agric. Fr 22: 923-31
Saunders, G.E. 1915: Spraying with Arsenates in Nova Scotia. Canadian Horticulturalist, Peterboro, Ont 38(7): 169-170
Schutz, K. 1943: Spraying with Foam-mist. Z. PflKrankh, Stuttgart., 53: 8-12, 314-315
Mahoux, J. 1933: Spraying with cylinders of compressed air. Prog. Agric. et Vitic 99(22): 519-522
Richter, A.A.; Vassilieva, N.G. 1941: Spraying with microelements as a method of increasing the rate of photosynthesis. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR 30(7): 659-660
Gardner, F.E.; Marth, P.C.; Batjer, L.P. 1940: Spraying with plant growth substances for control of the pre-harvest drop of apples. Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 37: 415-428
Gardner, F.E.; Marth, P.C.; Batjer, L.P. 1939: Spraying with Plant Growth Substances to Prevent Apple Fruit Dropping. Science 90(2331): 208-209
Strickland, A.G.; Kemp, H.K.; Beare, J.A. 1941: Spraying with plant growth substitutes. Fruit World of Australasia 42(10): 7-9
Delassus, M.; Laffond, M. 1937: Spraying with white oil and HCN fumigation in Algerian orange groves. Bull. Synd. alger. Agrumes. 9: 40
Potts, S.F. 1939: Spraying woodlands with an autogiro for control of the gypsy moth. Jour Econ Ent 32(3): 381-387
Hoy, B. 1916: Sprays and Spraying. Dept. Agric., Hortic. Branch Bull, Victoria, B.C., 68, 65-72
Hoy, B. 1936: Sprays and Spraying. Hort. Circ. Dep. Agric. B.C, Victoria, B.C., 72, 53-66
Anonymous 1931: Sprays and spraying apparatus. Versl. en Meded. Plantenzektenkundigen Dienst te Wageningen. 33: 50
Anonymous 1926: Sprays for the control of plant diseases and pests. (Statens Forsogsvirksomhed i Plantekultur 'Meddel. 120.). Tidsskr. for Planteavl, xxxii: 5, 701-705
Smith, C.N.; Gouck, H.K. 1944: Sprays for the control of ticks about houses or camps. Jour Econ Ent 37(1): 85-87
Harvey, R.B. 1930: Sprays for the protection of trees against sunscald and rodent injury. Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 27: 548-549
Cox, J.A. 1944: Sprays of 2,4-dinitro-6 cyclohexylphenol for the control of white apple leafhopper (Typhlocyba pomaria). J. econ. Ent, 37: 106
Palmer, L.L. 1915: Sprays of up-to-date Interest. Proc. Entom. Soc, British Columbia, Victoria, 7, 14-16
Rabate, E. 1915: Sprays rich in copper sulphate; the properties of cupric sprays. Rev. Vitic, Paris 42: 1088, 377-381
Guthrie, J.D. 1941: Sprays that break the rest period of peach buds. Contr Boyce Thompson Inst 12(1): 45-47
Vyvyan, M.C. 1943: Sprays to control pre-harvest drop of fruit. Ann Rept East Mailing Res Sta 30: 47-48
Mcdaniel, E.I 1941: Sprays to control the Scotch Pine Scale, Tourneyella numismaticum. Quart. Bull, Mich, agric. Exp. Sta, East Lansing, Mich. 23(3): 151-152
Yothers, M.A.; Carlson, F.C.; Cassil, C.C. 1942: Sprays to kill overwintering codling moth larvae. Jour Econ Ent 35(3): 450-451
Vyvyan, M.C. 1945: Sprays to prevent pre-harvest drop of fruit. A.R. East Malling Res. Stat. for, 1945. A28: 118-9
Pagnini, U. 1939: Spread of Brucellosis by Fowls. La Clinica Veterinaria 62: 75-83
Glover, R.E. 1941: Spread of Infection from the Respiratory Tract of the Ferret, II. Association of Influenza A Virus and Streptococcus Group C. Brit. J. exp. Path 22: 98-107
Andrewes, C.H.; Glover, R.E. 1941: Spread of Infection from the Respiratory Tract of the Ferret. I. Transmission of Influenza A Virus. Brit. J. exp. Path 22: 91-97
Speyer, E.R. 1916: Spread of Insect Pests in Relation to the Agriculture of Ceylon. Tropical​ ​Agriculturist 46(4): 248-252
Simmonds, H.W. 1922: Spread of Levuana iridescens. Agric. Circ. Fiji Dept. Agric, Suva, October- 4(4): 52-53
Muggeridge, J. 1932: Spread of Pieris rapae Butterfly and Progress of Parasite Work. N. Z. J. Agric, Wellington N.Z., 20th 45(3): 132-135
Jeppsson, H.; Magnusson, H. 1941: Spread of Strangles by Copulation. Svensk VetTidskr 46: 178-181
Rautmann, H. 1934: Spread of Tuberculosis in the Bodies of Cattle Based on Collective Post-mortem Findings, also the Results of Milk Serum Complement-Fixation of 200 Cows. Part II. Z. InfektKr. Haustiere 45: 250-259
Doerr, R. 1939: Spread of Virus in the Peripheral and Central Nervous Systems. IV Congr. int. Pat. comp, 81-95
Canavan, W.P. 1932: Spread of Broad Fish Tapeworm of man. Science 75(1943): 337
Kutsherenko, P.O.; Judina, N.; Kutsherenko, B.P. 1934: Spread of endemic goitre in Tchernigov.. J. D. Cycle med 4: 163-168
Koczur, A. 2006: Spread of native lowland species and kenophytes as a result of hydroengineering works along the Czarny Dunajec river. Fragmenta Floristica et Geobotanica Polonica 13(1): 77-87
Garbowski, L.; Leszczenko, P. 1931: Spread of the Potato wart disease and progress made in investigating the resistance of Potato varieties to Synchytrium endobiotcum (Schilb.) Perc. Prace Wydziatu Chorob Roslin Panstiv. Inst. Naukow. Gospod. Wiejsk. w Bydgoszaczy Trans. Phytopath. Section State Inst. Agric. Sci. in Bydgoszcz, 10, 3-42
Syme, P.S. 1942: Spread of tutsan on hill pastures. N. Z. J. Agric 64: 409-10
Stearns, L.A.; Hough, W.S. 1923: Spreader Tests on Apples and Peaches. Jl. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 16(2): 01
Stearns, L.A.; Hough, W.S. 1924: Spreader Tests on Apples and Peaches : A Second Report. Jl. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 17(2): 274-278
Young, H.C.; Beckenbach, J.R. 1936: Spreader materials for insoluble copper sprays. Phyto Path 26(5): 450-465
Lovett, A.L. 1918: Spreaders for Arsenate Sprays. Jl. Econ. Entom, Concord, N.H. 11(1): 66-69
Harman, S.W. 1943: Spreaders for Codling Moth Sprays on Apple. Bull. N. Y. St. agric. Exp. Sta, Geneva, N. Y., 703, 36-38
Robinson, R.H. 1925: Spreaders for Spray Materials, and the Relation of Surface Tension of Solutions to their Spreading Qualities. l. Agric. Res, Washington, D.C., July 1st 31(1): 71-81
Ekstrand, H. 1943: Spreaders for spray mixtures. Vaxtskyddsnotiser 2: 3-4
Ekstband, H. 1943: Spreaders for spray solutions. VaxKtskyddsnotiser, Vaxtskyddsanst., Stockh 7(2): 3-4
Graham, L.T.; Richardson, C.H. 1942: Spreaders in Codling Moth Sprays. J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis. 35(6): 911-914
Smith, R.H. 1923: Spreaders in Relation to Theory and Practice in Spraying. Jl. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 16(2): 201-207
Desrue, A. 1933: Spreaders in agriculture. Rev. de Vitic, 78: 2035, 405-411
Lovett, A.L. 1920: Spreaders in the Spray Solution as an Aid in Efficient Codling Moth Control. Rept. Proc. 15th Ann. Meeting Washington State Hortic. Assoc., Spokane, 1st-5th December Olympia, Wash, 1920. 7-14
Chavatte, L. 1936: Spreading Merino sheep among Androy (South Madagascar) breeders. Un. ovine. 8: 158-161
Gorter, E. 1934: Spreading in a monomolecular film. A method for studying biologic problems. Amer. J. Dis. Child 47: 945-957
Midgley, A.R.; Dunklee, D.E. 1943: Spreading lime with manure. Vermont Agric Exp Sta Pamph 6: 1-4
Schaffner, J.H. 1938: Spreading of Opuntia in overgrazed pastures in Kansas. Ecology 19(2): 348-350
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Yuill, W.J. 1942: Standard Herd Test. Report for year 1941-42. J. Dep. Agric. Vict 40: 441-451; 478-481
Ram, B.S. 1942: Standard and commercial volume tables for Teak (Tectona grandis, Linn. F.) in the Central Provinces. Indian For. Rec. Silviculture. 4-A: 3, v + 145-69
Ballou, F.H.; Lewis, I.P. 1927: Standard and dilute sprays in Apple scab prevention. Amer. Fruit Grower 47(3): 28-29
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Horny, H. 1929: Standard co-operative sale of seed Potatoes in Holland. Mitt. Deutsch. Landw, Gesellsch. 44(15): 345-347
Fleisch, A.; Posternak, J. 1943: Standard curves of dark adaptation and their evaluation. Helv. physiol. Ada 1: 421-436
Krishna Iyer, P.V. 1941: Standard error of the difference between two estimates for incomplete block experiments. Current Science 10: 165
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Anonymous 1944: Standard grades (emergency series). Australian Standards. Nos. (E)3D803 -- (E)2D811-1944,
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Barbour, H.G.; Trace, J. 1937: Standard metabolism in the white mouse. American Journal of Physiology 118(1): 77-86
Anonymous 1944: Standard methods for the examination of dairy products. Amer. J. publ. Hlth 34(3): 303-306
Scott, H.T.; Baird, F.D.; Bunker, J.W.M.; Krauss, W.E.; Nelson, E.M.; Russell, W.C. 1939: Standard methods of vitamin D bioassay of milk. Amer. J. Pub. Health. 29: 54-59
Anonymous 1940: Standard of identity for dried skim milk. Federal Register, 5: 2543
Tyszka, D. V. 1932: Standard of living, nutritional level and health of the unemployed. Münchener Medizinische Wochenschrift 79: 1997-2001
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Hartley, P.; Evans, D.G. 1942: Standard preparations for the assay of the three gas-gangrene antitoxins, Cl. perfringens, Cl. vibrion septique and Cl. oedematiens. Bull. Hlth Org. L.o.N, 42. 10: 97-103
Bornebusch, C.H. 1944: Standard solid volumes.. Dansk Skovforen. Tidsskr 29(11): 492-3
Anonymous 1936: Standard specifications for creosote. A.S.T.M. Designation: D390-36. Standard specifications for creosote coal-tar solution. A.S.T.M. Designation: D391-36. A.S.T.M. Stand. 1936. 2: 527-530
Markwardt, L.J.; Heck, G.E. 1938: Standard terms for describing wood. Jour Forest 36(1): 341
Miller, R.P. 1943: Standard tests check fire resistance of building materials and doors. Sth. Lumberm, 166: 2084, 51-52
Shock, N.W. 1942: Standard values for basal oxygen consumption in adolescents. American Journal of Diseases of Children 64(1): 19-32
Bakharev, A.N. 1936: Standard varieties of stone fruits. Bjulleten' Vsesojuznoi Akademii C.-X. Nauk im. V.I. Lenina (Bulletin of the Lenin Academy of Agricultural Sciences), 7, 4-7
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Raju, V.K.; Thangaraj, T.; Carvalho, M.G.R. 2002: Standardisation of minimal processing technology for marketing tender coconut as a chilled natural beverage. Proceedings of the 15th Plantation Crops Symposium Placrosym XV, Mysore, India, 10-13 December 2002: 668-677
Kochmann, M. 1934: Standardisation of parathyroid hormone and its antagonistic action against the oxalate ion. Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 60: 406
Ellenby, C. 1944: Standardisation of root excretions for immunity trials on the potato eelworm. Nature. London., 154: 3907, 363-364
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Lourau, M. 1943: Standardisation of the antipernicious activity of liver extracts by a biological method. Bull. Soc. Chim. biol 25: 393-401
Harris, L.J.; Ray, S.N. 1933: Standardisation of the antiscorbutic potency of ascorbic acid. Biochemical Journal 27(6): 2016-2021
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Turner, N. 1931: Standardised Oil Sprays. J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 24(4): 901-904
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French, G.T. 1940: Standardization and Uniformity in Plant Pest Control. J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis. 33(5): 776-779
Menaker, M.H.; Guerrant, N.B. 1938: Standardization of 2, 6-dichlorophenolindophenol. An improved method. In. dust. Eng. Chem. Anal. Ed 10: 25-26
Seelemann, M.; Meyer, A. 1943: Standardization of Br. abortus vaccines. I. The number of organisms required. Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift (23): 236-239
Seelemann, M.; Meyer, A. 1943: Standardization of Br. abortus vaccines. II. Stability of live cultures. Wien. tierarztl. Mschr: 425-428
Bartels. 1936: Standardization of Derris. Berl. tierarztl. Wschr 52: 214-215
Danckwortt, P.W.; Budde, H.; Baumgarten, G. 1934: Standardization of Derris Root. Arch. Pharm. Berl 272: 561-569
Gago, D.Camara, N.J. 1936: Standardization of Fowl Cholera Serum. Repos. Lab. Pat. vet. Lisboa 3: 124-142
Hicks, J.D. 1942: Standardization of Haemoglobinometers. Med. J. Aust, April 25. 486-488
Lourens, L.F.D.E. 1934: Standardization of Sera and Vaccines. Bull Off. internat. Epiz 8: 192-240
Seelemann, M.; Langeloh, L. 1942: Standardization of Serological Diagnosis of Bovine Brucellosis. I. Examination of Blood Serum. Archiv für Wissenschaftliche und Praktische Tierheilkunde 77: 389-410
Lehnert, E.; Toll, H.; Bodin, S. 1942: Standardization of Swine Erysipelas Antiserum. Z. InfektKr. Haustiere 58: 226-277
Kenda, I. 1935: Standardization of Swine Erysipelas Serum in Pigeons and White Mice. Z. InfektKr. Haustiere 47: 252-258
Ganslmayer, J.H. 1934: Standardization of Swine Fever Serum. Wien. tierarztl. Mschr 21: 353-359
Volik, E.K. 1935: Standardization of Tuberculin. Sovyet. Vet, 3, 52-54
Freund, J.; Gottschall, R.Y. 1942: Standardization of Tuberculin with the Aid of Guinea Pigs Sensitized by Killed Tubercle Bacilli in Liquid Petroleum. Arch. Path 34: 73-74
Anonymous 1935: Standardization of biological products. Health, Canberra 13: 91-94
Cunningham, G.H. 1931: Standardization of common names of plant diseases. Trans. Brit, Mycol. Soc 16(2-3): 145-148
Lal, G.; Sadasivan, T.S. 1944: Standardization of curry powders. Indian J. Agric. Sci 14: 322-324
Meijburg, F.L.Van Der Kloot. 1943: Standardization of fruit and vegetables. Int. Rev. Agric., Rome (Mon. Bull. agric. Sci. Pract.), 34: T109-T112
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Arragon, C. 1938: Standardization of methods of analysis of powdered cocoa, cocoa butter and chocolates. Pharm. Acta Helvet 13: 141-157
Mayerson, H.S. 1935: Standardization of photochemical methods for the measurement of solar ultraviolet radiation. American Journal of Hygiene 22(1): 106-136
Haenseler, C.M. 1944: Standardization of plant disease surveys. Plant Dis Reporter 28(2): 38-41
Rivaz, C.P.; Mclaren, G.C. 1939: Standardization of rapid soil testing technique. Sci Agric ottawa 20(2): 120-130
Khramov, A.S. 1940: Standardization of rations for calves. Feeding of farm animals and fodder production. Moscow: Lenin Acad. Agric. Sci., 26-28
Anonymous 1933: Standardization of routine hospital diets. A committee report. J. Amer. Dietetic Assoc 9: 46-50
Wilander, O.; Agren, G. 1932: Standardization of secretin. Biochem. Ztschr 250: 489-495
Cutler, J.W. 1943: Standardization of sedimentation rate. American Rev Tuberc 48(5): 314-323
Yatsenko Khmelevski, A.A. 1939: Standardization of size terms used in the description of wood.. Trav. Inst. bot. Tbilissi. 7, 109-14
Seelemann, M.; Langeloh, L. 1942: Standardization of technique for the serological diagnosis of bovine brucellosis.II. Examination of milk. Arch. wiss. prakt. Tierheilk 77(6): 460-472
Yatsenko Khmelevski, A.A. 1939: Standardization of terms of size used in describing woods.. Trudy Tbilisskogo Botanicheskogo Instituta 7: 109-14
Hrabik, E. 1941: Standardization of the Agglutination Test for Bovine Brucellosis. Z. InfektKr. Haustiere 57: 311-324
Frei. 1937: Standardization of the Agglutination Test for Brucellosis. Bull. Off. internat. Epiz 14: 20-61
Seelemann, M.; Hinderer, G. 1943: Standardization of the Brucella abortus agglutination test. Arch. wiss. prakt. Tierheilk. 78: 302-315
Jourdonais, L.F. 1938: Standardization of the Folin-Malmros micro blood sugar method for capillary and venous blood and its adaption to the photoelectric photometer. J. Lab. Clin. Med 23: 847-852
Mason, K.E.; Bryan, W.L. 1938: Standardization of the rat for bio-assay of vitamin E. Biochemical Journal 32(10): 1785-1791
Rotter, G.; Mecz, M. 1932: Standardization of thyroid preparations. Arch. f. exp. Pathol. u. Pharmakol 166: 649-674
Hermano, A.J.; Aguila, P.J. 1938: Standardization of tikitiki extract. Philippine J. Sci 67: 335-349
Boerger, A. 1936: Standardization of wheat and breeding for quality in Argentina. Zuchter 8: 57-65
O'byrne, F.M. 1921: Standardized Nursery Inspection. Jl. Econ. Ent., Concord, N.H 14(2): 183-188
Hein, D.C. 1929: Standardized Potato sprays and dusts. Amer. Potato Journ 6(6): 163-168
Quanjer, H.M. 1924: Standardizing of degeneration diseases of Potato. Phytopath 14(11): 518-520
Flintoff, A. 1931: Standardizing the apple pack. J. Agr. Western Australia. 8: 510
Hilgendokff, G. 1936: Standards for Fruit-tree Carbo-lineums and the Tar-oil Emulsions known as Baumspritzmittel. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst. Berlin 16(10): 97-98
Sherwin, R.A. 1943: Standards for blue peas. Tasm. J. Agric 14: 74-7
Parsutin, G.; Rumjanceva, E. 1938: Standards for determining density of stallion sperm. Konevodstvo, 12, 44-45
Macpherson, C.H.; Talbot, F.B. 1939: Standards for directories for mother's milk. J. Pediat 15(3): 461-468
Ovsjannikov, G.E. 1939: Standards for feeding stud bulls. Ration. Korml. Ispoljz. Proizvod.s. h. Zivotn, Moscow : Lenin Acad. Agric. Sci., 36-49
Blake, M.A.; Edgerton, L.J.; Davidson, O.W. 1945: Standards for judging the growth status of apples in New Jersey. Bull New Jersey Agric Expt Sta 715: 1-36
Bethell, F.H.; Goldhamer, S.M. 1933: Standards for maximum reticulocyte values following ventriculin and intravenous liver extract therapy in pernicious anemia. American Journal of the Medical Sciences 186: 480-484
Stark, M.E. 1935: Standards for predicting basal metabolism in the immediate pre-adult years. American Journal of Physiology 111(3): 630-640
Stark, M.E. 1933: Standards for predicting basal metabolism. I. Prediction for girls from 17 to 21. Jour Nutrition 6(1): 11-35
Osborn, H. 1923: Standards for the Training of Men who are to enter Professional Entomology. Personal Contact with Students. Jl. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 16(2): 168-172
Lewis, R.C.; Duval, A.M.; Iliff, A. 1943: Standards for the basal metabolism of children from 2 to 15 years of age, inclusive. Jour Pediatrics 23(1): 1-18
Schmid, A. 1934: Standards for the evaluation of Swiss alpine pastures.. Rep 3rd Grassl. Conf. Zurich, 287-91
Cathcart, E.P. 1939: Standards in Food and Nutrition. Canadian Medical Association Journal 41(4): 396-402
Callson, E.C.; Orent-Keiles, E. 1945: Standards in vitamin A assays. Indust. Eng. Chem. Anal. Ed 17: 378-379
Gamova-Kayukova, N.I. 1945: Standards of bacterial count for foods in children's milk kitchens. Gigiena 10: 10/11, 26-29
Topper, A. 1933: Standards of basal metabolism for children of retarded growth. American Journal of Diseases of Children 45(6): 1203-1210
Talbot, F.B.; Wilson, E.B.; Worcester, J. 1935: Standards of basal metabolism of girls (new data) and their use in clinical practice. J. Pediat 7: 655-661
Jadrihinskii, L. 1939: Standards of entry of cows in herd books should be raised. Socialist. Zivotn, 2/3, 85-86
Marrack, J.R. 1945: Standards of food requirements. Practitioner 155: 129-135
Harry, E.L. 1938: Standards of living in rural Wales. Pub. Health. 52: 37-40
Anonymous 1934: Standards of malnutrition in schoolchildren. Lancet 227: 508-509
Cowan, H.K. 1941: Standards of nutrition. Med. Officer. 65: 170-171
Anonymous 1935: Standards of the Pontremoli cattle breed. Riv. Zootec 12: 107-108; 113-115
Kirillov, V.S.; Morozov, V.A. 1937: Standards of utilisation of stud bulls. Usp. zooteh. Nauk 4(1): 140-158
Isaacs, R.; Bethell, F.H.; Riddle, M.C.; Friedman, A. 1938: Standards tor red blood cell increase after liver and stomach therapy in pernicious anemia. J. Amer. Med. Assoc, 111: 2291
Anonymous 1944: Standards under development of glued laminated lumber. Sth. Lumberm, 169: 2127, 38-9
Mitchell, R.D.; Edwards, R.B.I.I.I.; Makkreel, L.D.; Oliveira, T.D. 2006: Standing MRI lesions identified in jumping and dressage horses with lameness isolated to the foot. Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Convention of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, San Antonio, Texas, USA, 2-6 December 2006: 422-426
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Anonymous 1923: Stands infected with red rot and their treatment. Tharandter forstl. Jahrb 74(2): 63-74
Gosswald, K. 1943: Stands protected by nests of ants in an area of Diprion pini infestation.. Cbl. gesamte Forstw 69: 4-18
Miller, W.T.; Heishman, J.O. 1943: Staphylo-coccal bovine mastitis : I. Artificial exposure of the bovine udder with Staphylococcus Aureus. American Journal of Veterinary Research 4: 318-324
Lesbouyries Berthelon. 1938: Staphylococcal Mastitis in the Bitch. Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire 114: 610-615
Nelis, P.; Picard, E. 1933: Staphylococcal Toxin. Pathological Study of Acute Lesions caused by this Poison. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris., 113: 1321-1328
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Macdonald, A. 1944: Staphylococcal food poisoning caused by cheese. Gr Brit Month Bulletin Min Health Emergency Publ Health Lab Serv Medicine Res Counc 3: 121-122
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Gwatkin, R.; Hadwen, S.; Le Card, H.M. 1936: Staphylococcic Infections of the Bovine Udder. Canad. publ. Hlth J 27: 391-400
Cubeddu, M. 1935: Staphylococcic Mastitis of the Goat. La Clinica Veterinaria 58: 79-88
Hammon, W.M. 1941: Staphylococcus Enterotoxin: An Improved Cat Test, Chemical and Immunological Studies. American Journal of Public Health and the Nation's Health 31(11): 1191-1198
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Rowlands, W.T.; Smith, H.W. 1945: Staphyloeoccosis in geese. J. comp. Path 55: 125-131
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Perronne, P. 1941: Staple crop vegetables in Algeria. Bull. Inspect, gen. Agric. alger, 38: 16
Pohle, E.M.; Keller, H.R. 1943: Staple length in relation to wool production. Jour Animal Sci 2(1): 33-41
Scheunert, A. 1933: Star gazing disease of young lions-a vitamin B1deficiency. Der zool. Garten. 6: 182-187
Mctaggart, A. 1939: Star grasses. J. Coun. sci. industr. Res. Aust 12: 399-400
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Hock, A. 1938: Starch and N-free extractives in feedingstuffs and their digestibility by poultry and pigs. Biedermanns Zentralbl. B. Tierernahrung. 10: 249-260
Winkler, A.J.; Williams, W.O. 1945: Starch and Sugars of Vitis Vinifera. Plant Physiology 20(3): 412-432
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Anonymous 1944: Starch from grain sorghum. 34th Bienn. Rep. Kans. St. Bd Agric., 1944. 134-35
Mitchell, J.W.; Kraus, E.J.; Whitehead, M.R. 1940: Starch hydrolysis in bean leaves following spraying with alpha naphthalene acetic acid emulsion. Bot Gaz 102(1): 97-104
Mikhailov, V.P. 1940: Starch in potatoes with large fertilizer applications.. Doklady Vsesojuznoj Akademii Sel'skochozjajstvennych Nauk Imeni V. I. Lenina (15): 20-23
Cameron, S.H.; Borst, G. 1939: Starch in the avocado tree. Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 36: 255-258
Rather, H.C.; Harrison, C.M. 1939: Starch reserves in the roots of pastured alfalfa when grown alone and in mixtures. Quart Butt Michigan Agric Exp Sta 21(4): 281-291
Fingerling, G.; Schmidt, K.; Hientzsch, B.; Eisenkolbe, P.; Just, M.; Kretzschmann, F. 1931: Starch value of maize silage. Landwirtsch. Versuchs Stat 113: 103-120
Fingerling, G.; Eisenkolbe, P.; Hientzsch, B.; Just, M.; Schmidt, K. 1931: Starch value of maize silage. Respiration experiments at the State Agric. Exp. Stat., Leipzig-Mockern. Landwirtsch. Versuchs-Stat 112: 243-260
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Habland, S.C. 1915: Starch, instead of Lime, with Paris Green. Agric. News. Barbados 14(353): 362-363
Frens, A.M. 1945: Starfish meal as a protein feed. Versl. Landbouwkund. Onderzoek. s'Gravenhage. 51 (4)C, 59-74
Astle, N.L. 1940: Starlings Injure Cattle. Veterinary Medicine 35: 235-236
Shamans, H.L.; Rock, P.J.G. 1945: Starratfea of the of the Pale Western Cutworm, Agrotis orthogonia Morr., and its Use in the control of this Pest. Canad. Ent, Guelph, Ont. 77(4): 57-61
Whitehead, H.R.; Hunter, G.J.E. 1941: Starter cultures for cheese manufacture. Further attempts to eliminate failures due to bacteriophage. Jour Dairy Res 12(1): 63-70
Sayre, C.B. 1943: Starter solutions for tomato plants for 1943. New York State Geneva Agric Exp Sta Gen Bulletin 706: 1-18
Hood, E.G.; Gibson, C.A. 1942: Starter-in relation to Cheddar cheese yield. Canad. Dairy Ice Cr. J 21(3): 24-27
Petebsen, N. 1943: Starters, aroma and butter quality. Fette a. Seifen 50(9): 447-448
Burton, C. 1938: Starting a central apple packing station. J. Min. Agric, Lond., 44: 1073-80
Hershey, J.W. 1937: Starting a pedigreed strain of timber and crop trees in the Forestry Program of the Tennessee Valley Authority. Annu. Convent. Northern Nut Gr. Ass, September 12-15. 11
Roemer, T. 1942: Starting material for resistance breeding in cereals. Results of 20 years' work at the Plant Breeding Station of Halle a. S. Z. PfiZucht 24: 304-332
Coit, J.E. 1944: Starting replants in old citrus orchards. Calif. Citrogr, 29: 307
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O.Y.uJun; Liu ZeWei 2007: Starvation and compensatory growth in the young Lutjanus sebae. Journal of Fisheries of China 31(3): 323-328
Burger, G.C.E.; Sandstead, H.R.; Druth-Mond, J. 1945: Starvation in Western Holland : 1945. Lancet 249: 282-283
Beumer, H.; Peters, H. 1934: Starvation ketonuria in infants. Zeitschrift für Kinderheilkunde 56: 61-63
Wirjoboedihardjo, M.I. 1940: Starvation oedema in Bodjonegoro. Geneeskundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch-Indie 80: 2063-2082
Flanders, S.E. 1937: Starvation of developing Parasites as an Explanation of Immunity. J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis. 30(6): 970-971
Seamans, H.L.; Rock, P.J.G. 1945: Starvation of the early instars of the pale western cutworm, Agrostis orthogonia Morr., and its use in the control of this pest. Canad.Ent 77: 57-61
Hansen, A. 1931: Stassanisation of Milk. Internal. Dairy Congress. Copenhagen: Bianco Luno A/S., 28-36
Anonymous 1933: State Agricultural Experiment Station, Groningen. Report on several years' manurial trials on 33 fields. Verslag. Landbouwk. Onderzoekingen, 39A, 103-294
Edelmann, R. 1934: State Campaign against Br. abortus Infection in Cattle in Saxony. Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 42: 311-312
Anonymous 1943: State College of Washington Agricultural Experiment Station, Pullman, Washington. Fifty-third Annual Report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1943. Bull. Wash.St. agric. Exp. Sta, 435: 163
Fluckiger, G. 1935: State Control of Bovine Contagious Abortion and Streptococcus Mastitis, Switzerland. Bull. Off. vet, Berne., 36: 240-243
Neilsen, F.W. 1937: State Expenditure on Tuberculin Tests, Denmark. Medlemsbl. danske Dyrlaegeforen 20: 344-351
Anonymous 1940: State Forest Service utilisation unit. N.Z. J. For, 41. 4: 316-8
Anonymous 1940: State Forest Survey of the forests of Vasternorrland, 1938.. Skogen 27: 27-47
Anonymous 1941: State Forest Survey of the river basins of the Ljunga, Indalsalv, and Angermanalv, 1938 and 1939.. Skogsagaren 17: 11-5
Nilsson, F. 1944: State Horticultural Research. Fruktodlaren 5, 152-56
Faulder, E.T. 1938: State Meat Inspection Service in New York State. J. Amer.vet. med. Ass 92: 763-765
Anonymous 1925: State Plant Board revises ruling on Citrus scaly bark. Quart. Bull. State Plant Board Florida 9(4): 134-135
Anonymous 1934: State Research Farm, Werribee. Results of experiments. J. Dep. Agric. Vict 32: 545-80
Weber. 1933: State Veterinary Diagnosis Office, Konigsberg. Bacteriological and Sero-logical Milk Tests in 1932. Zschr. Fleisch- u. Mikhhyg 44: 111-114
Anonymous 1942: State Veterinary Preparedness Committees. J. Amer. vet. med. Ass 100: 383-385
Anonymous 1937: State Vitamin Laboratory records. 2. Dark and light rye bread. Ugeskr. Loeger, 99: 1123
Anonymous 1937: State Vitamin Laboratory records. 3. Cod liver oil. Ugeskr. Loeger, 99: 1177
Corwin, G.E. 1940: State Wide Meat Inspection. Proc 43rd ann. Meet. U.S. Live Stk sanit. Ass 1939: 70-82
Melillo, A.C. 1945: State action and co-operation in the wood-seasoning industry.. Maderil 18(2): 9-10
Craib, I.J. 1942: State afforestation after the war. Jour S African Forest Assoc 9: 5-18
Anonymous 1914: State aid in combating vine pests in Luxemburg. Luxemburger Weinztg, Grevenmacher., April 1 2(7): 98-100
Girbal Blacha, N. 2007: State and economic regulation in north Argentina. The case of tobacco in the 1930s. Historia Agraria 41: 83-105
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He XuSheng; Huang PeiZhao; Liao ZongWen; Duan JiXian; Ge RenShan; Li HongBo 2006: State and retention characteristics of water in hydrogel of water-absorbent slow release nitrogen fertilizer. Transactions of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering 22(11): 10-15
Anonymous 1944: State butter grading in Denmark. Aarsberetn. St. Smrbedmm. 1944. 3-36
Ward, G.B. 1940: State control of cutting on private forests in Sweden. J. For 38: 48-51
Klecka, A. 1935: State estate propaganda of modern forage crop tendencies. Csl. Zemed, 17: 132
Mynbaev, K. 1944: State farms for nomadic livestock in Kazahstan. Sovhoz. Proizvod, 4, 13-5
Blake, S.F. 1942: State floras of the United States. Chron Bot 7(6): 258-261
Anonymous 1941: State forest laws in Oregon. Biennial report of the State Forester of Oregon to the Governor for the biennium of 40, State Forester of Oregon,Salam, Ore., USA: 1941. 13-4
Anonymous 1944: State forest survey in the Province of Gavleborg.. Skogen 31: 284-6
Anonymous 1943: State forest survey of the Province of Gavleborg. The supply of timber - about 98 cu. m. per ha. - unchanged.. Skogen 30: 183-4