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Mccullagh, D.R.; Picha, V. 1934: The application of a new chemical procedure for the study of diffusible blood iodine. J. Biol. Chem, 105: lix
Para, M. 1944: The application of a processed glue as a substitute for glass coverslips in histologic technique. Jour Lab And Clin Med 29(12): 1294-1299
Pohle, E.M. 1940: The application of a rapid comparator method for determining fineness and variability in wool. Proceedings American Society Animal Prod 33: 161-168
Ahlberg, O. 1944: The application of arsenic compounds in plant protection. Vaxtskyddsnotiser 17-9
Rogozin, S. 1914: The application of arsenic in the fight against Hyponomeuta malinellus. Progressive Fruit-growing and Market-gardening, Petrograd 36, 1093-1095
Milciades Martinez, G. 1939: The application of artificial insemination in cases of apparent sterility. Rev. Med. vet, Bogota 9(75): 302-306
Brouwer, W. 1934: The application of artificial watering to grassland. Rep 3rd Grassl. Conf. Zurich, 89-95
Zheleznov, P.A. 1937: The application of bacterial fertilizers to sugar beet in the chernozem districts of the forest steppe of Western Siberia.. Nauch. Zap. Sakh. Prom, 3, 23-29
Lagatu, H.; Maume, L. 1938: The application of biochemistry to solve the problem of vine nutrition. Ann. EC. Agric. Montpellier. 25: 137-73
Milatz, R. 1931: The application of biological variation statistics to the differentiation of cereal varieties from a critical experimental viewpoint. Arch. Pflanzenbau. 6: 260-98
Jackson, V.A.; Paulse, A.N.; Bester, A.A.; Neethling, J.H.; Du Plessis, K.R.; Khan, W. 2007: The application of bioremediation: reduction of metal concentrations in river water and COD in distillery effluent. Water Science and Technology: a Journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research 55(3): 183-186
Djakova, E.V. 1940: The application of boron manures in the non-Black-Earth Region for raising the yield of lucerne seed. Vest. Seljskohoz. Nauk. Kormodobyvanie, 2, 38-44
Kuron, H.; Jung, A. 1938: The application of caustic soda fusion in the total analysis of soils.. Bodenk. PflErnahr 7: 161-164
Prjanisnikov, D.N. 1945: The application of chemistry to increasing the yields of crops during the coming 5-year plan. Trudy seljskohoz. Akad. im. Timirjazeva. 30, 5-20
Goletiani, G.I. 1940: The application of chemistry to the tea plantation. Sovet. Subtrop, 9, 6-12
Thompson, S.Y.; Kon, S.K.; Mawson, E.H. 1942: The application of chromatography to the study of the carotenoids of human and cow's milk. Biochem. J, 36: 10; 11; 12
Olsson, E. 1939: The application of concentrated wheat germ oil. Dtsch. Pelztierz, 14: 39
Phillips, W.R. 1938: The application of controlled atmospheres in the storage of fruits. Sci Agric Ottawa 19(2): 66-68
Gollan, J.; Jr.; Codoni, M.R. 1943: The application of controlled dispersion to the textural grading of soils. Soil Sci 55: 417-426
Norman, A.G.; Moody, J.E. 1941: The application of delignifying procedures to soil organic matter. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. America 5: 171-176
Stockdale, F. 1939: The application of economic botany in the tropics. Bull. Imp. Inst, Lond., 37: 546-55
Medellín-Azuara, J.; Mendoza-Espinosa, L.G.; Lund, J.R.; Ramírez-Acosta, R.J. 2007: The application of economic-engineering optimisation for water management in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico. Water Science and Technology: a Journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research 55(1-2): 339-347
Wachter, H. 1939: The application of electrical vibrations with wavelengths of 3.5 to 10 cm. to organic fluids. Fundam. Radiol, Berlin 5(1/2): 1-14
Serdobol'sky, I.T. 1940: The application of electro-dialysis to the replacement of phosphates.. Trans. Dokuchaev Inst 21: 149-167
Faiermark, S.E. 1935: The application of endocrine preparations for the artificial control of oestrus and ovulation in the pig. I. Probl. zooteh. eksp. Endokrin 2: 78-97
Iversen, K. 1940: The application of farm-yard manure. Brit. Sug. Beet Rev 14: 23-24
Ernest, E. 1936: The application of farmyard manure to cultivated pastures. Landtm. Svenskt Land, 20: 311
Schloemer, A.; Langmann, E. 1939: The application of fat constants in distinguishing between sheep's milk cheese and cow's milk cheese. Z. Untersuch. Lebensmitt 78: 293-298
Magnicki, K.P. 1941: The application of fertilizers to orchard soils by means of injection.. Proc. Lenin Acad. agric. Sci. Moscow, 11, 19-23
Kalinkevic, A.F. 1940: The application of fertilizers to the rows in (kok saghyz) plantations.. Agrotehnika, 3, 72-81
Anonymous 1944: The application of fluorescent microscopy for the detection of live mycelium of Ustilago tritici in the heated and non-heated Wheat grain. Third communication. J. bot. U.S.S.R 29(2-3): 72-79
Johansson, I. 1941: The application of genetics to animal breeding. Nord. JordbrForskn 23: 65-86
Ruggieri, G. 1938: The application of genetics to citrus culture. Nuovi Ann. Minist. Agric 18: 325-48
Lacarelle, A.; Miedzyrzecki, C. 1937: The application of genetics to fruit trees. Bull. Soc. Nat. Hort. Fr, 4: 304
Stephens, S.G. 1944: The application of genetics to plant breeding. Tropical Agriculture 21: 126-129
Hutchinson, J.B. 1940: The application of genetics to plant breeding. I. The genetic interpretation of plant breeding problems. Journal of Genetics 40(1-2): 271-282
Wotton, R.M. 1937: The application of glychrogel mounting for trematodes. Stain Technology 12(4): 145-146
Van Der Lek, H.A.A. 1943: The application of growth substances in agriculture and horticulture. Landbouwk. Tijdschr 55: 484-517
Van Slogteren, E. 1925: The application of heat in the control of flower bulb diseases and the influence of this method on the quality of the resulting blooms. Handeliagen XXe Nederl. Natuar- en Geneeskundig Congres, 4
Petri, L. 1932: The application of internal therapy against 'mal secco' of Lemons. Boll. R. Staz. Pat. Veg 12(2): 236-237
Anonymous 1916: The application of iron sulphate in orchards. Russian Subtropics. Batum 9(6-7): 103-104
Wang Jun; Zhao MoTain; Guan Na; Lu Hai 2006: The application of isotope dilution thermal ionization mass spectrometry to traceability of chemical measurement and interlaboratory comparisons. Accreditation and Quality Assurance 11(4): 188-194
Schoenheimer, R.; Rittenberg, D. 1938: The Application of Isotopes to the Study of Intermediary Metabolism. Science 87(2254): 221-226
Hevesy, G. 1938: The application of isotopic indicators in biological research. Enzymologia 5: 138-157
Chaikoff, I.L. 1942: The application of labeling agents to the study of phospholipid metabolism. Physiol Rev 22(4): 291-317
Lagatu, H.; Maume, L. 1938: The application of lime to vines. Progr. agric. vitic, 109, 110: 569-73, 593-7, 9-15
Morozov, V.A. 1940: The application of low temperatures for storage of bull sperm. Vestn. seljskohoz. Nauki Zivotn, 1, 139-147
Herrmann, R. 1938: The application of modern methods in systematic soil investigation and for advisory work.. Bodenk. PflErnahr, 9-10: 10-14
Jewell, W.; Mead, T.H.; Phipps, J.W. 1939: The application of molecular distillation to tbft concentration of vitamins. J. Soc. Chem. Indust 58: 56-64
Johnston, J.C. 1943: The application of nitrogen in irrigation water. American Fertilizer 99(4): 8-9, 22, 24
Roux, E. 1935: The application of nitrogenous fertilizers to legumes. C.R. Acad. Agric. Fr 21: 199-203
Peat, J.E. 1938: The application of organic matter to tropical and sub-tropical soils. Proc. Third Conf. Cotton Grow. Problems, 43-45
Mazza, F.P.; Migliardi, C. 1941: The application of papain digestion to the extraction of tunny-fish liver oil. Quad. Nutrizione. 8: 80-85
Uphof, J.C.T. 1923: The application of pathogenic agents in the control of injurious tropical insects. Tropenpflanzer 26(1): 4-7
Lysenko, T.D. 1935: The application of phasic development to breeding and genetics. Bull. Vsesojuz. Akad. S.-H. Nauk, 6, 24-5
Lugg, J.W. 1932: The application of phospho-18-tungstic acid (Folin's reagent) to the colorimetric determination of cysteine, cystine and related substances: The reduction of phospho-18-tungstic acid by various substances. Biochemical Journal 26(6): 2144-2159
Lugg, J.W. 1932: The application of phospho-18-tungstic acid (Folin's reagent) to the colorimetric determination of cysteine, cystine and related substances: The determination of sulphydryl compounds and disulphides already existing in solution. Biochemical Journal 26(6): 2160-2165
Tuexen, R. 1942: The application of plant sociological methods in the assessment of damage to grassland. Dtsch. Wasserw 37: 455-9; 501-5
Noguchi, Y. 1936: The application of post-harvest pollination in the hybridization of rice-plant. Jap. J. Genet 12: 324-26
Huber, A. 1934: The application of prolan. Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde 76: 474-475
Menzani, C. 1934: The application of prolan in the treatment of ovarian hypofunction in cattle. Nuova Vet 12: 240-243
Nicholas, D.J.D. 1945: The application of rapid chemical tests in the diagnosis of mineral deficiencies in potato plants. Ann. Rept. Agric. Hort. Res. Sta, Long Ashton, 60-80
Nicholas, D.J.D.; Jones, J.O. 1945: The application of rapid chemical tests to plant tissues in the diagnosis of deficiencies of mineral nutrients. Progress report 1. A.R. Long Ashton agric. hort. Res. Stat. for, 1945. 84-97
Nicholas, D.J.D.; Jones, J.O. 1944: The application of rapid chemical tests to plant tissues in the diagnosis of deficiencies of mineral nutrients. Progress report I. Long Ashton Agric. Hort. Res. Sta. Ann Rept, 84-97
Ivy, A.C.; Gray, J.S. 1939: The application of recent contributions in basic medical sciences to surgical practice. Vitamin E. The hypothalamus. Surg. Gynecol. Obstet 68: 441-449
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Tanaka, M. 1937: The application of ringing and wiring to interspecific crosses of the genus Gossypium. Mem. Coll. Agric. Kyoto, 39, 1-7
Lexen, B. 1941: The application of sampling to log scaling. Jour Forest 39(7): 624-631
Carpenter, P.H. 1938: The application of science to modern tea culture. Emp. J. Expt. Agric 6: 1-10
Sokolovskaja, I.I. 1940: The application of serological methods in investigation of incompatability in distant crosses. Trud. Inst. Genet, Mosk, 13, 249-276
Beck, E.C. 1938: The application of serological methods to the differentiation of closely related smut fungi. Canadian Jour Res Sect C Bot Sci 16(10): 391-404
Thomson, K.B.; Lee, W.C. 1937: The application of spectrograpnic analysis to the quantitative determination of sodium, potassium, calcium, and magnesium in biological fluids. Journal of Biological Chemistry 118: 711-721
Campredon, J. 1943: The application of standardisation to the production, trade, and utilisation of wood in France.. Intersylva 3: 45-60
Morrell, C.A. 1942: The application of statistical analysis with special reference to the assay of vitamins. Chem and Indust London 61(3): 35-39
Cultrera, R.; Maccini, L. 1941: The application of sulphur in agriculture. IV. The action of sulphur on the chemical properties of the soil. Ann. Chim. Appl 31: 202-207
Igolnikov, I. 1915: The application of sulphur with tobacco for the destruction of plant-lice and red spider in glass-houses. Progressive Horticulture and Market-Gardening, Petrograd. February 21st. 6, 180-182
Musiiko, A.C. 1941: The application of supplementary artificial pollination to agricultural crops. Pan-Soviet Breeding and Genetic Institute of the Workers' Order of the Red Banner. Pan-Soviet Lenin Acad. Agric. Sci. Moscow, 17
Martin, J.F. 1940: The application of surgery to blister rust infected trees of ornamental value. Nation Shade Tree Conf Proceedings Ann Meet 16: 113-120
Wyllie, J. 1941: The application of the Evelyn photelectric colorimeter to a modification of Kay and Graham's phosphatase test. Canad. publ. Hlth J 32(3): 122-128
Berggren, Ruth, E.L. 1932: The application of the Fiske-Subbarow colorimetric method to the determination of phosphorus in casein. Journal of Biological Chemistry 95(2): 461-464
Taylor, A.M. 1943: The application of the Spekker photoelectric absorptiometer to the determination of vitamin C. Biochemical Journal 37(1): 54-58
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Maltha, P. 1943: The application of the Van Voorst biochemical method of sugar estimation to the analysis of extract of malt. Chem. Weekblad. 40: 15-21
Swaminathan, M. 1942: The application of the cyanogen bromide test to a study of the metabolism of nicotinic acid in rabbits. Indian Jour Med Res 30(4): 537-552
Kazarnovskaja, E.I.; Vakusevlc, O.K. 1935: The application of the early hormonic pregnancy diagnosis of livestock under farming conditions. Probl. zooteh. eksp. Endokrin 2: 59-70
Tempany, H.A.; Olds, G.D.P. 1935: The application of the exhaust process in the Malayan pineapple canning industry. Malay. agric. J 23: 563-7
Golding, N.S.; Morgan, M.E. 1940: The application of the frozen pack method to preservation of Devonshire or clotted cream. Milk Dir 29: 10, 32; 67-69
Golding, N.S.; Morgan, M. 1940: The application of the frozen pack method to preservation of soft cheese. Milk Dealer 29(9): 42, 44, 46, 48
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Sirjaeva, K.A. 1940: The application of the mentor in bringing-up hybrid seedlings. Sadovodstvo (Horticulture). 7, 24-25
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Wyllie, J. 1940: The application of the photelometer to Kay and Graham's phosphatase test. Canadian Publ Health Jour 31(3): 147-155
Schwarze, P. 1940: The application of the refractometric method of fat determination to serial Investigations of breeding material. Zuchter 12: 164-67
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Anonymous 1942: The appraisal of market values of merchantable timber. W. Cst. Lumberm, 69: 10, 26, 28-9
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Anonymous 1913: The bee-moth. Gaceta Rural, Buenos Aires 7(77): 463-464
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Steudel, H. 1943: The behavionr of calcium salts in metabolism. Ernahrung 8: 113-117
McClintock, B. 1939: The Behavior in Successive Nuclear Divisions of a Chromosome Broken at Meiosis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 25(8): 405-416
Ephrussi, B. 1935: The behavior in vitro of tissues from lethal embryos. Jour Exp Zool 70(2): 197-204
Eaton, F.M.; Wilcox, L.V. 1939: The behavior of boron in soils. U.S.D.A. Tech. Bull, 696: 57
Fulton, R.A.; Busbey, R.L.; Yust, H.R. 1941: The behavior of hydrocyanic acid gas under a fumigation tent. Jour Econ Ent 34(6): 777-783
Swanson, C.P. 1943: The behavior of meiotic prophase chromosomes as revealed through the use of high temperatures. American Journal of Botany 30(6): 422-428
Sorenson, H. 1939: The behavior of mosaic on certain soils and mosaic in regard to Cane breeding. Proc. sixth Congr. int. Soc. Sug, Cane Tech., Baton Rouge, 357-360
Mounce, Irene Macrae, Ruth 1937: The behavior of pairea mono-ofFomes roseus (Alb. & Schw.)Cook and Fomes (Weir) Overh. Canad. J. Res 15(4): 154-161
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Wardlaw, C.W.; Mcguire, L.P. 1930: The behaviour and diseases of the Banana in storage and transport. Tropical Agriculture 7(7): 183-189
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Goidanich, G. 1936: The behaviour of U. pumila L. in practical agriculture and its resistance to Graphium. Boll. Staz. Pat. Veg. Roma 16: 199-207
Howland, R.B.; Glancy, E.A. 1937: The behaviour of + and v optic discs of D. virilis on grafting within the species. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris 124: 783-784
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Westsik, V. 1937: The behaviour of Melilotus in calcium-deficient shifting sand soils. Koztelek 47: 962-3
Moriwaki, D. 1936: The behaviour of Plaxate. Jap. J. Genet 12: 183-188
Uphof, J.C.T. 1925: The behaviour of Pucciniopsis caricae Earle on the Papaw (Carica papaya) in Florida. Zeitschr. fur Pflansenkrankh 35(3-4): 118-122
Schick, R. 1932: The behaviour of Solanum demissum, Solatium tuberosum and their hybrids towards Pytophthora infestans of various origins. Zuchter 4: 233-37
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Loewel, E.L.; Schubert, W. 1941: The behaviour of apple stem builders in the hard winter of 1939/40. Gartenbauwiss 15: 463-70
Mcgavack, T.H.; Drekter, I.J. 1945: The behaviour of blood cholesterol in thyrotoric patients under treatment with thiouracil. J. Lab. Clin. Med 30: 586-589
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Simonneau, P. 1945: The behaviour of citrus trees in saline soils. fruits Primeurs 15: 259-63
Anonymous 1944: The behaviour of corn micro-fertiliser plots on extremely phosphate deficient kaolinitic clays of granodioritic origin. Jamaica De.pt. Sci. Agric. Rept. Agric. Chem. Div. 44, 1944. 27-28
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Alabouvette Meneret. 1935: The behaviour of lucerne from different sources. C. R. Acad. Agric. Fr 21: 604-10
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Mounce, Irene Macrae, Ruth 1936: The behaviour of paired mono-sporous mycelia of Lenzites saepiaria (Wulf.) Fr., L. trabea (Pers.) Fr., L. thennophila Falck, and Trametes americana Overh. Canad. J. Res 14(6): 215-221
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Boos 1941: The behaviour of reducing substances (vitamin C) in the urine in. gynaecological conditions. Zentralbl. Gynakol, 65: 2157
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Humphrey, L.M. 1934: The behaviour of the extra chromosomes in Black Mexican inbreds and F1 hybrids with Dent types of maize. Amer. Nat 68: 82-83
Mihlyfi, I. 1941: The behaviour of the iodine content of the thyroid gland in the course of experimental scurvy. Hoppe-Seyler's Ztschr 271: 289-292
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Imai, Y. 1937: The behaviour of the plastid as & hereditary unit: the theory of the plastogene. Fujii Jubilee VoL, 934-47
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Bertini, M. 1937: The behaviour of the rabbit testis following artificial resection of the deferent duct. Ginecologia 3: 207-220
Jasinski, B. 1944: The behaviour of the reticulo-endothelial system of the bone marrow in erythropoiesis in pernicious anaemia and sprue. Schweiz. med. Wochenschr, 74: 188
Lack, D. 1940: The behaviour of the robin. Population changes over four years. Ibis Ser 14-4(2): 299-324
Carneiro, V. 1944: The behaviour of the virus of equine encepnalo-myelitis on the chorio-allantoic membrane of the duck embryo. Arq. Inst. biol. S. Paulo 15: 331-338
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Moll, F. 1940: The behaviour of unprotected timber towards Pholas.. Kolonialforstl. Mitt 3: 288-302
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Brieger, F.G.; Lima, A.R.; Forster, R. 1942: The behaviour of varieties and progenies of tobacco in relation to resistance to spotted wilt. Bragantia 2: 275-94
Schick, R.; Schaper, P. 1936: The behaviour of various forms of S. demissum to four different lines of P. infestans. Zuchter 8: 65-70; 102-04
Molstar, S.; Horanyi, M. 1940: The behaviour of vitamin B1 and co-carboxylase in the blood after administration of vitamin B1. Klin. Wochenschr 19: 1165-1167
Neuweiler, W. 1942: The behaviour of vitamin B1in the blood during labour. Ztschr. Vitaminforsch 12: 329-332
Abicht, I.; Kuhlmann, F. 1943: The behaviour of water metabolism in endemic sprue. Klin. Wochenschr 22: 353-356
Loewel, E.L.; Kassau, H. 1941: The behaviour of well known apple stem builders in the nursery. Gartenbauwiss 15: 565-75
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Gerland, H. 1943: The behaviour of wood-flour-filled phenol resins in humid, hot, tropical climates.. Siemens-Z 23: 23-7
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