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Werthessen, N.T.; Gargill, S.L. 1945: The comparative effects of estradiol, diethylstilbestrol and its monomethyl ether on the response of the rabbit uterine endometrium to progesterone. Endocrinology. 37: 15-22
Calma, V.C.; Tiangsing, J.P. 1940: The comparative effects of soybean and peanut planted with sugar cane and ammonium sulphate fertilizer upon the yield of sugar cane. Philipp. Agric 29: 20-33
Alderfer, R.B.; Merkle, F.G. 1944: The comparative effects of surface application vs. incorporation of various mulching materials on structure, permeability, run-off and other soil properties. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. America 8: 79-86
Foster, C.; Jones, J.H.; Henle, W.; Dorfman, F. 1944: The Comparative effects of Vitamin B(1) Deficiency and Restriction of Food Intake on the Response of Mice to the Lansing Strain of Poliomyelitis Virus, as determined by the Paired Feeding Technique. Journal of Experimental Medicine 80(4): 257-264
Peive, Y. V. 1939: The comparative effects of vivianite, super phosphate and phosphorite on flax in different soils. Len i Konoplia, 1, 32-34
R.F. Kline 1932: The comparative effects on carbohydrate metabolism of exhausting motive and emotive responses and exposure to cold. Amcr Jour Physiol 100(3): 685-692
Canzanelli, A.; Rapport, D. 1933: The comparative effects upon metabolism pi intravenously injected tyrosine, diiodotyrosine, diiodiothyronine and thyroxine. Amer. J. Physiol 103: 279-287
Thomas, B.H.; Culbertson, C.C.; Ramsbottom, J.M.; Hammond, W.E. 1933: The comparative efficacy of Dicapho bone meal, and limestone when fed as mineral supplements for pigs. Proc. Amer. Soc. Animal Production. (Jan. 1934). 142-144
Kochakian, C.D. 1938: The comparative efficacy of various androgens as determined by the rat assay method. Endocrinology 22(2): 181-192
Umbreit, W.W.; Fred, E.B. 1936: The comparative efficiency of free and combined nitrogen for the nutrition of the soybean. Journal American Society Agron 28(7): 548-555
Bethke, R.M.; Record, P.R.; Wilder, O.H.M.; Kennard, D.C. 1937: The comparative efficiency of vitamin D from cod liver oil and irradiated cholesterol for laying birds. Poultry Sci 16(6): 438-441
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Sheehy, E.J.; Senior, B.J. 1939: The comparative feeding value for pigs of cereals prepared in the flaked and ground forms. J. Dept. Agric. Eire. 36: 230-245
French, M.H. 1939: The comparative feeding values of grass when fed green, as hay, and as silage. East African Agric. J 4: 261-264
French, M.H. 1937: The comparative feeding values of grass when fed green, as silage, or as hay. Ann. Rep. Dept. Vet. Sci. Animal Husb., Tanganyika. 90-94
Stevenson, W.G. 1945: The comparative fertility of mares bred at foal and non-foal heat. Canadian Jour Comp Med 9(5): 126-130
Sturtevant, A.H.; Tan, C.C. 1937: The comparative genetics of Drosophila pseudoobscura and D. melanogaster. J. Genet 34: 415-432
Silow, R.A. 1941: The comparative genetics of Gossypium anomalum and the cultivated Asiatic cottons. Journal of Genetics 42(3): 259-358
Smith, C.A.N. 1942: The comparative grazing values of top-dressed natural and sown pastures in the Middle South-East of South Australia. J. Dep. Agric. S. Aust 45: 485-96
Milby, T.T.; Henderson, E.W. 1937: The comparative growth rates of turkeys, ducks, geese and pheasants. Poultry Sci 16(3): 155-165
Tabakoff, I.I. 1936: The comparative influence of animal and plant proteins upon the growth of chicks reared on free range. Wiss. Ber. 6. Weltgeflugelkongr., Berlin and Leipzig. 1: 346-348
Finn, R.F.; Tryon, H.H. 1942: The comparative influence of leaf mould and inorganic fertilizers on the growth of red oak. Black Rock Forest Papers 1(17): 107-109
D.Ong, E.R. 1930: The comparative insecticidal Value of different Species of Derris. J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 23(3): 619-624
Klassen, K.P.; Blerbaum, R.L.; Curtis, G.M. 1940: The comparative iodine content of blood and cerebrospinal fluid. J. Lab. Clin. Med 25: 383-387
Klassen, K.P.; Bierbaum, R.L.; Curtis, G.M. 1940: The comparative iodine content of whole blood and serum. J. Lab. Clin. Med 26: 365-370
Feustel, I.C.; Byers, H.G. 1936: The comparative moisture-absorbing and moisture-retaining capacities of peat and soil mixtures. Tech. Bull. U.S. Dep. Agric, 532: 25
Svetozarov, E.A.; Streich, G.G. 1939: The comparative morphology of feathers of poultry. Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR. Ser. biol, 800-822
Bailey, I.W.; Howard, R.A. 1941: The comparative morphology of the Icacinaceae. III. Imperforate tracheary elements and xylem parenchyma. Jour Arnold Arboretum 22(3): 432-442
Bailey, I.W.; Howard, R.A. 1941: The comparative morphology of the Icacinaceae. IV. Rays of the secondary xylem. J. Arnold Arbor 22: 556-68
Nast, C.G. 1944: The comparative morphology of the Winteraceae VI. Vascular anatomy of the flowering shoot. J. Arnold Arbor 25: 454-66
Bailey, I.W.; Nast, C.G. 1943: The comparative morphology of the Winteraceae, II. Carpels. J. Arnold Arbor 24: 472-81
Bailey, I.W.; Nast, C.G. 1945: The comparative morphology of the Winteraceae, VII. Summary and conclusions. J. Arnold Arbor 26: 37-47
Bailey, I.W. 1944: The comparative morphology of the Winteraceae. III. Wood. Jour Arnold Arboretum 25(1): 97-103
Bailey, I.W.; Nast, C.G. 1944: The comparative morphology of the Winteraceae. IV. Anatomy of the node and vascularization of the leaf. Jour Arnold Arboretum 25(2): 215-221
Bailey, I.W.; Nast, C.G. 1944: The comparative morphology of the Winteraceae. V. Foliar epidermis and sclerenchyma. Jour Arnold Arboretum 25(3): 342-348
Deysach, L.J. 1939: The comparative morphology of the erectile tissue of the penis with especial emphasis on the probable mechanism of erection. American Journal of Anat 64(1): 111-129
Council, O.Foods And Nutrition 1942: The comparative nutritional value of butter and oleomargarine. Journal American Medicine Assoc 119(17): 1425-1427
Farr, L.E.; Emerson, K., J.; Futcher, P.H. 1940: The comparative nutritive efficiency of intravenous amino acids and dietary protein in children with the nephrotic syndrome. J. Pediat 17: 595-614
Whyte, R.O. 1939: The comparative nutritive value and relative cost of forage (pasture and hay) and other crops. Herb. Rev 7: 24-6
Deuel, H.J.; Movitt, E.; Hallman, L.F. 1943: The Comparative Nutritive Value of Butter and some Vegetable Fats. Science 98(2536): 139-140
Schantz, E.J.; Elvehjem, C.A.; Hart, E.B. 1940: The comparative nutritive value of butter fat and certain vegetable oils. Jour Dairy Sci 23(2): 181-189
Record, P.R.; Bethke, R.M.; Wilder, O.H.M.; Kennard, D.C. 1934: The comparative nutritive value of different fish meals for chicks. Poultry Sci 13(5): 259-266
Knott, J.C.; Hodgson, R.E.; Ellington, E.V. 1938: The comparative nutritive value of sun cured pea vines, artificially dried pea vines and pea vine silage. J. Dairy Sci, 21: 104
Mitchell, H.H.; Hamilton, T.S.; Beadles, J.R. 1937: The comparative nutritive values of glucose, fructose, sucrose and lactose when incorporated in a complete diet. J. Nutrition. 14: 435-452
Alexander, M.A. 1931: The comparative palatability and feeding value of ground corn and wheat self-fed to lambs. Proc. Amer. Soc. Animal Production. (January 1932). 226-228
Martins, T.; Valle, J.-R.; Do. 1938: The comparative pharmacology in vitro of the deferent ducts and seminal vesicles of normal and castrated rats. C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris 127: 1381-1384
Alderfer, R.B.; Merkle, F.G. 1942: The comparative physical constitution of water-stable granules and of the originating soil. Soil Sci 53(2): 105-113
Lease, J.G.; Lease, E.J.; Steenbock, H.; Baumann, C.A. 1942: The comparative physiologic value of injected carotene and vitamin A. Jour Lab And Clin Med 27(4): 502-510
Goldberg, M.B. 1935: The comparative physiological efficacy of various gonadotropic preparations. Probl. zooteh. eksp. Endokrin 2: 144-173
Phillips, J.R.E. 1945: The comparative profitability of butter-making and milk-selling on some hill farms in Wales. Welsh J. Agric 18: 167-171
Willard, C.J. 1931: The comparative protein content of alfalfa and red clover. Journal American Society Agron 23(9): 754-756
Allen, J.G. 1941: The comparative prothrombin responses to vitamin K and several of its substitutes in a case of nontropical sprue. New England Journal of Medicine 224: 195
Lachat, L.L.; Palmer, L.S. 1935: The comparative rachitogenic property of oats and corn. Jour Nutrition 10(5): 565-577
Steenbock, H.; Irwin, M.H.; Weber, J.; Vera May Templin 1936: The comparative rate of absorption of different fats. Jour Nutrition 12(1): 103-111
Deuel, H.J.; Hallman, L.; Leonard, A. 1940: The comparative rate of absorption of some natural fats. Jour Nutrition 20(3): 215-226
Glembockii, J. L. 1936: The comparative rate of direct and reverse mutation in the loci of yellow, achaete-scute, white and forked in D. melanogaster. Biol. Z, Mosk., 5: 813-832
Dobrogorsky, F.M. 1932: The comparative rate of sheep grazing on foxtail millet pasture with an admixture of soya, and on virgin steppe pasture. Preliminary study. Bull. Chapli. Zootech. Sta, 7, 186-92
Reder, R. 1942: The comparative rates of absorption of egg oil and cod liver oil. Poultry Sci 21(6): 528-531
Lepkovsky, S.; Bird, F.H.; Kratzer, F.H.; Asmundson, V.S. 1945: The comparative requirements of chicks and turkey poults for pantothenic acid. Poultry Sci 24(4): 335-339
Richards, C.A. 1925: The comparative resistance of 17 species of wood-destroying fungi to sodium fluoride. Proc. (20th) Ann. Meet. Amer. Wood Pres. Assoc. 1925. 37-44
Yatsenko-Khmelevsky, A.A.; Bregadze, N.N. 1939: The comparative resistance of the sapwood and the uncoloured heartwood of Spruce and Fir to the action of Poria vaillantii.. C.R. Acad. Sci. U.R.S.S 24: 626-8
Lee, H.A. 1925: The comparative resistance to foot rot of various Citrus species as root stocks. Philipp. Journ. of Sci 27(2): 243-254
Arndtc. H.; Christie, J.R 1937: The comparative role of certain namatodes and fungi in the etiology of damping off, or Gotten. Phytopathology 27(4): 569-572
Arndt, C.H.; Christie, J.R. 1937: The comparative role of certain nematodes and fungi in the etiology of damping off, or soreshin, of cotton. Phytopathology 27(4): 569-572
Kiesselbach, T.A.; Weihing, R.M. 1935: The comparative root development of selfed lines of corn and their F1 and F2 hybrids. J. Amer. Soc. Agron 27: 538-41
Lominski, I. 1935: The comparative sensivity of bacteriophages and the homologous bacteria to oxidation. Soc. Biol, Paris, 119: 25, 1090-1092
Thomas, S.B.; Jenkins, E. 1940: The comparative sterility of milk bottles and milk cartons. Welsh Jour Agric 16: 258-260
Grubb, N.H. 1944: The comparative susceptibility of high- and low-worked Cherry trees in the nursery to bacterial canker. Rep. E. Malling Res. Sta., 1944. 43-44
Correll, J.T.; Wise, E.C. 1943: The comparative toxicity of calciferol, A.T. 10, and cod liver oil concentrate for chicks. Jour Nutrition 26(6): 641-648
Lawrenz, M.; Mitchell, H.H.; Ruth, W.A. 1939: The comparative toxicity of fluorine in calcium fluoride and in cryolite. A comparison of the toxicity of fluorine in the form of cryolite administered in water and in food. J. Nutrition. 18: 115-125; 127-141
Ragsdale, A.C.; Herman, H.A. 1940: The comparative value of Korean lespedeza, soybean hay, and alfalfa hay for milk production. Rep. Mo. agric. Exp. Sta. 1940. Bull. 413, 49-50
Baghdadi, H.A.; Smock, R.M. 1943: The comparative value of certain plastic materials and waxes in checking moisture loss from apples. Proceedings American Society Hort Science 42: 238-246
Nestler, R.B. 1938: The comparative value of cod-liver oil alone and in combination with irradiated ergosterol as a source of vitamin D for confined laying hens. Jour Agric Res 56(3): 209-219
Leonian, L.; Lilly, V.G.eene 1945: The comparative value of different test organisms in the microbiological assay of B vitamins. Bull West Virginia Agric Expt Sta 319: 1-35
Shaw, F.R.; Bailey, J.S.; Bourne, A.I. 1939: The comparative value of honeybees in the pollination of cultivated blueberries. Jour Econ Ent 32(6): 872-874
Hare, K.P.; Dutta, S.C. 1939: The comparative value of oil of chenopodium and tetrachlorethylene as anthelmintics for use in mass treatment. Indian Medical Gazette 74(4): 198-201
Gupta, N.C.D. 1945: The comparative value of some concentrates in the feed of growing cattle. Indian J. Vet. Sci 15: 123-133
Parnell, I.W. 1940: The comparative value of some further chemicals in the treatment of manure against sderostome larvae. Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine 4(3): 76-77
Tisdall, F.F.; Drake, T.G.H.; Summerfeldt, P.; Jackson, S.H. 1937: The comparative value of spinach and tomatoes in the child's diet. J. Pediat 11: 374-384
Bodansky, O.; Lewis, J.M.; Haig, C. 1941: The Comparative Value of the Blood Plasma Vitamin a Concentration and the Dark Adaptation as a Criterion of Vitamin a Deficiency. Science 94(2442): 370-371
Weinberg, W. 1933: The comparative value of the sister method and the Weinberg-Apert-Bernstein method as test functions and of the direct method with complete or completely representative material. Z. indukt. Abstamm.-u. VererbLehre 63: 420-24
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Gayet, R.; Cuny, L.; Quivy, D. 1938: The comparative value of various tests on rats for assaying the activity of pregnancy urine extracts. C. M. Soc. Biol, Paris, 129: 01
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Stevenson, T.M.; White, W.J. 1939: The comparative values of the Fairway variety and the standard types of crested wheat grass. Herb, Rev 7: 248-50
Schlutz, F.W.; Rnott, E.M.; Gedgoud, J.L.; Loewenstamm, I. 1938: The comparative values of various carbohydrates used in infant feeding. J. Pediat 12: 716-724
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Chakraborty, R.K. 1936: The comparative vitamin C values of human milk obtained from different communities. A note on the vitamin C-values of boiled and pasteurised cow's milk. Indian J. Pediat 3: 8-12
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Thomas, B. 1937: The composition and feeding value of heather at different periods of the year. J. Minist. Agric. Engl 43: 1050-1055
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Woodman, H.E.; Evans, R.E. 1940: The composition and nutritive value, when fed to ruminants, of pea-pod meal and broad-bean-pod meal. Jour Agric Sci 30(2): 189-201
Campbell, W.G.; Mcgowan, J.C. 1939: The composition and origin of a stony deposit found in galleries of the beehole borer. Emp. For. J 18: 91-4
Campbell, W.G.; Packman, D.F.; Rolfe, D.M. 1945: The composition and origin of a white deposit found in galleries of a wood boring insect in two samples of the wood of Qualea sp. Empire Forest Jour 24(2): 232-233
Archibald, J.G.; Bennett, E.; Ritchie, W.S. 1943: The composition and palatability of some common grasses. Jour Agric Res 66(9): 341-347
Gallup, W.D. 1944: The composition and possible use for feed of some crop residues. Proceedings Oklahoma Acad Science 24: 55-58
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Conard, H.S. 1935: The composition and spatial relations of the vegetation of north-eastern North America. Proc 6th Int. Bot. Congr. Amsterdam 2: 69-70
Tiulin, A.F. 1938: The composition and structure of soil organo-mixture gels and soil fertility. Soil Sci 45: 343-357
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Denz, F.A.; Shorland, F.B. 1934: The composition and vitamin A value of some New Zealand fish-liver oils. New Zealand Jour Sci And Technol 15(5): 327-331
Anonymous 1944: The composition digestibility and nutritive value of feeding stuffs. Sartr. Forhandsmedd. 36, 1-39
Telegdy Kovats, L. 1937: The composition of Hungarian cocoa products. 2. Composition of commercial cocoa powders. Mezo. gazdas. kutatds 10: 118-125
Anonymous 1939: The composition of Hungarian onions and garlic. Eiserletugyi Eozlemenyek 42: 62-66
Arup, P.S. 1931: The composition of Irish winter butter, 1928-29. J. Dept. Agric 30: 152-154
Taylor, A.J. 1941: The composition of Kikuyu grass under intensive grazing and fertilizing. Union S Africa Dept Agric And Forest Bull 203: 1-18
Hardon, H.J.; Nijholt, J.A. 1941: The composition of Netherlands East Indies guanos, oilcakes and oilcake ashes.. Bergcultures 15: 687-692
Anonymous 1933: The composition of Nipa palm seeds. Bull. Imp. Inst 31: 3-5
Braverman, J.S. 1937: The composition of Palestine oranges. Hadar 10: 147-52
Davies, W.L. 1938: The composition of South of England hay. J. Soc. Ghent. Indust 57: 417-418
Platon, B.; Sjostrom, G. 1941: The composition of Swedish dairy milk and of milk from Stangvik goat breeding station. Arsskr. Alnarps Lantbr.-Mej.- o. Tradglnst, 66
Kok, J.A.F.; Waal, C. 1936: The composition of a food poor in heavy metals and its influence on rats. Arch. neerland. Physiol 21: 247-265
Huggins, C. 1937: The composition of bone and the function of the bone cell. Physiol Rev 17(1): 119-143
Wentworth, J.H.; Smith, P.K.; Gardner, W.U. 1940: The composition of bones of mice receiving estrogens and androgens. Endocrinology 26(1): 61-67
Smith, A.M.E.; Fenton, W. 1944: The composition of bracken fronds and rhizomes at different times during the growing season. Jour Society Chem Indust london 63(7): 218-219
Beck, A.B.; Lapsley, R.G. 1938: The composition of capeweed (Cryptostemma calen-dulaceum) from Meckering and Beverley. J. Dep. Agric. W. Aust 15: 422-6
Harry, R.G. 1936: The composition of certain cooked fish. J. Soc. Chem. Induct 56: 150-151
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Hilditch, T.P.; Jones, E.E. 1931: The composition of commercial palm oils. 2. The fatty acids of some palm oils of high free acidity. J. Soc. Chem. Ind, 50: 171T-176T
Stubblefield, F.M.; Deturk, E.E. 1940: The composition of corn, oats, and wheat as influenced by soil, soil treatment, seasonal conditions, and growth. Soil Science Society American Proceedings 5: 120-124
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Krugers Dagneaux, E.L. 1942: The composition of elder berries. Chem. Weekblad. 39: 97
Murray, M.M.; Bowes, J.H. 1936: The composition of enamel, dentine and root in caries and pyorrhoea. Brit. Dent. J 61: 473-477
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Poldermans, P.J.; Klokkers, P.J. 1940: The composition of filter press cake obtained in cane juice clarification. Arch. Suikerindust 1: 371-378
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Norman, A.G. 1939: The composition of forage crops: Cocksfoot. Changes in the herbage during growth, with and without additions of nitrogenous fertilizer. Biochemical Journal 33(8): 1201-1208
Macara, T. 1931: The composition of fruits as used for jam manufacture in Great Britain. Analyst 56: 35-43
Pickens, M.; Anderson, W.E.; Smith, A.H. 1940: The composition of gains made by rats on diets promoting different rates of gain. Jour Nutrition 20(4): 351-365
Hollander, F. 1932: The composition of gastric juice as a function of its acidity. Some properties of the parietal secretion. Journal of Biological Chemistry 97: XLI-XLII
Gray, J.S.; Bucher, G.R. 1941: The composition of gastric juice as a function of the rate of secretion. American Journal of Physiology 133(3): 542-550
Thomas, B.; Boyns, B.M. 1936: The composition of grass laid up for winter keep. Empire Jour Exp Agric 4(16): 368-378
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Wolff, W.A.; Kerr, E.G. 1938: The composition of human bone in chronic fluoride poisoning. American Journal of the Medical Sciences 195: 493-497
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Bacher, I. 1940: The composition of legume and cereal mixtures. Lantm. Svenskt Land 24: 370-1
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Mukherjee, S.K.; Swaminathan, K.; Viswanath, B. 1944: The composition of pre-milk and colostrum of dairy cows of the pedigree Sahiwal herd at the Imperial Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi. Indian J. vet. Sci 14(4): 232-238
Hollander, F. 1934: The composition of pure gastric juice. American Journal of Digest Disease and Nutrition 1(5): 319-329
Bergman, A.J.; Turner, C.W. 1937: The composition of rabbit milk stimulated by the lactogenic hormone. Journal of Biological Chemistry 120(1): 21-27
Osthoff, G.; Hugo, A.; de Wit, M. 2007: The composition of serval (Felis serval) milk during mid-lactation. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part B Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 147(2): 237-241
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Beck, A.B.; Underwood, E.J. 1938: The composition of some grasses from Turee Creek Station of the north-west pastoral area of Western Australia. J. Dept. Agric. W. Austral 15: 55-60
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Murphy, H.F. 1936: The composition of some of the great plains grasses and the influence of rainfall on plant composition. Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci 16: 37-40
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Macmasters, M.M.; Hilbert, G.E. 1944: The composition of the amylodextrin fraction of wheat flour. Cereal Chemistry 21(6): 548-555
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Marquis, A. 1945: The composition of the ash of forage plants and its effect on food hygiene in man and animals. Ann. agron, Paris 15(2): 279-87
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Ramsay, J.; Thierens, V.T.; Magee, H.E. 1938: The composition of the blood in pregnancy. Brit Med Jour 4039: 1199-1202
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Hseung, Y.; Shen, T.C. 1938: The composition of the colloids of the various great groups of soils of China. Nat. Geol. Surv. China Spec. Soils Pub, 4, 9-31
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Holleman, L.W.J.; Koolhaas, D.R.; Nijholt, J.A. 1939: The composition of the diet of the Chinese in Batavia. MEDEDEEL DIENST VOLKSGEZONDHEID NEDERLAND INDIe 28(4): 306-320
Knisevetskaja, T.I. 1939: The composition of the essential oil of hybrids of basil. The biochemistry and physiology of southern trees and shrubs, Vsesojuznaja Akademija Sel'skokhozjaistvennykh Nauk im. V. I. Lenina. Gosudarstvennyi Nikitskii Botaniceskii Sad im. Molotova (Lenin Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Molotov's Nikita Botanic Garden).,Jalta 21(2): 29-36
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Svoboda, H. 1931: The composition of the milk of the five breeds of cattle used in Karnten, with special reference to the specific gravity of the acetic acid whey and the refractive index. Fartschr. Landwirtsch 1: 15-22
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Calvery, H. 0.; Titus, H.W. 1934: The composition of the proteins of eggs from hens on different diets. Journal of Biological Chemistry 105(4): 683-689
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Hendrick, J. 1938: The composition of the suspended matter in the drainage of the Craibstone lysimeters. Trans 2nd Comm. Int. Soc. Soil Sci, Helsingfors, 60-67
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Bierring, E.; Nielsen, E. 1932: The composition of the tissues of albino rats treated with alkaline anterior pituitary extracts. Biochemical Journal 26(4): 1015-1021
Phillips, T.G.; Smith, T.O. 1943: The composition of timothy. Part I. Young grass and hay. NEW HAMPSHIRE Agricultural Experiment Station Tech. Bull, 81, 1-16
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Demmon, E.L. 1940: The contributions of forestry under changing conditions in Southern agriculture. Forestry in Relation to Agriculture. Southern Region, U.S. Forest Service,Atlanta, Ga., USA: 42-9
Anonymous 1938: The control and eradication of spear and creeping thistles. Scot. J. Agric 21: 176-80
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Dillon Weston, W.A.R. 1929: The control of ' bunt ' in Wheat. Ann. Of Appl. Biol 16(1): 86-92
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Richards, M.C. 1945: The control of Alternaria blight on N. H. Victor tomatoes by the application of fungicides. Phytopath 35(8): 656
Nattrass, R.M. 1928: The control of American Gooseberry mildew. Journ. Min. Agric 35(2): 161-167
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Hulsenberg, H. 1935: The control of Asparagus rust (Puccinia asparagi DC.) in the Province of Saxony. Z. PflKmnkh 45(2): 97-111
Jermiess. 1934: The control of Aster diseases. Ratschlage fur Haus, Garten, Feld 9(6): 107-108
Smith, H.R. 1943: The control of Bang's disease in relation to the conservation of meat and dairy products. Proc 46th Meet. U.S. Live Stk sanit-. Ass., 1943. 144-148
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Wade, G.C. 1945: The control of Botrytis corm rot of the gladiolus. Jour Dept Agric Victoria 43(3): 127-130
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Gomilevsky, V. 1914: The control of Calandra granaria. Chutorianin. Poltava 50, 1350-1352
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Wilson, J.D. 1944: The control of Celery blights with Bordeaux, the fixed coppers with and without sulphur, and fermate. Bi-mon. Bull. Ohio agric. Exp. Sta 29(227): 95-109
Reinboth, G. 1941: The control of Cercospora in beets. Zuckerrubenbau 23: 10-12
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Causse, P. 1916: The control of Clysia ambiffoeua and Sparganothis piueriana with hot water and the treatment of short internodes with tar. Rev. Vitic. Paris 44: 1145, 409-411
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Baratte, J. 1941: The control of Colorado beetle by arsenic dusts. C.R. Acad. Agric. Fr 27: 939-41
Horne, W.T.; Palmee, D.F. 1935: The control of Dothiorella rot on Avocado fruits. Bull. Calif, agric. Exp. Sta, 594: 16
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Griffith, A.L. 1941: The control of Lantana by a sodium chlorate spray. Indian For 67: 107-14
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Bierig, A. 1942: The control of Macrodactylus. Bol. tec. Cent. nac. Agric. Costa Rica, 29: 13
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Boning, K. 1932: The control of Tobacco anthracnose (Colletotrichum tabacum) by seed disinfection and protective treatment of the plants with ehetnieal substances. Prakt. Blatter fur Pflanzenbau nnd Pftanzenscktitz. 10: 3-4-5, 89-106
Blood, H.L. 1933: The control of Tomato bacterial canker (Aplanobacter michiganense E. F. S.) by fruit-pulp fermentation in the seed-extraction process. Proc. Utah Acad. Sci 10: 19-23
Boyce, J.S. 1931: The control of White Pine blister rust in the United States. Quart. Journ. of Forestry 25(4): 305-311
Burkey, L.A.; Rogosa, M.; Farrar, R.R. 1940: The control of abnormal bacterial fermentations in the manufacture of Swiss cheese. J. Dairy Sci 23: 513-514
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Valleau, W.D. 1923: The control of angular leaf-spot and wildfire of Tobacco. Kentucky Agric. Coll. Circ, 162: 4
Hassebrauk, K. 1942: The control of asparagus rust (Puccinia asparagi) by means of copper-containing sprays. Phytopath. Z 14: 76-82
Palmer, D.F. 1940: The control of avocado insects and mites. Calavo News 14(4): 5-6
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Montgomery, H.B.S.; Moore, M.H. 1945: The control of bacterial canker and leaf-spot in sweet cherry. Jour Pomol And Hort Soc 21(1/4): 155-163
Bouman, A.M. 1933: The control of bacterial root galls in Apple and Pear. Tijdschr. over Plantenziekten 39(9): 217-224
Hanson, H.S. 1943: The control of bark beetles and weevils in coniferous forests in Britain. Scottish Forestry 5(7): 19-45
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Cawston, F.G. 1935: The control of bilharzia infection in Swaziland. Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 38(24): 305-306
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Marsh, R.W.; Dickinson, D. 1945: The control of black currant leaf spot by dithiocarbamate sprays and the effects of spray residues on the canned fruit. Ann Rept Agric And Hort Res Sta Univ Bristol 1944: 150-157
Anonymous 1936: The control of black spot on Pears. Tasm. J. Agric 7(3): 110-113
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Nighbert, E.M.; Butcher, F.D. 1932: The control of bors, stomach worms, and large intestinal round worms of horses. Veterinary Bulletin, Washington 26(1): 59-66
Crawford. 1942: The control of bovine brucellosis in the United States of America. Aust. vet. J 18: 214-216
Heald, F.D.; Gaines, E.F. 1930: The control of bunt or stinking smut of Wheat. Washington Agric. Exper. Stat. Bull, 241: 30
Kutter, H. 1937: The control of canning pea pests in the Canton of St. Gall. Landw. Jb. Schweiz. 97-120
Macleod, J.J.R. 1932: The control of carbohydrate metabolism. Lancet 222: 1079-1086
Klagks, A. 1926: The control of cereal diseases by chemical methods. Zeitschr. Angew.Chemie 39(1): 3-10
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Smith, M.A. 1930: The control of certain fruit diseases with flotation sulphurs. Phytopath 20(7): 535-553
Reinmuth, E. 1942: The control of chafer beetles. Experience and observations in Mecklenburg, 1938. Z. PflKrankh 52: 241-9
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Askew, H. 0. 1944: The control of cobalt deficiency at Sherry River, Nelson. New Zea Land Jour Sci And Tech 26a(4): 216-222
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Paillot, A. 1940: The control of cochylis and eudemis of the vine in 1940. C.R. Acad. Agric. Fr 26: 867-73
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Vesey-Fitzgerald, D. 1940: The control of coecidae on coconuts in the Seychelles. Bull. ent. Res 31: 253-83
Cairns, H.; Geebves, T.N.; Muskett, A.E. 1936: The control of common scab (Actinomyces scabies (Thaxt.) Guss.) of the Potato by tuber disinfection. Ann. appl. Biol 23(4): 718-742
Kelsall, A. 1943: The control of corky core. Nova Scotia Fruit Grow. Assoc. Ann. Rept 79: 71-77
Atkinson, J.D. 1936: The control of corky-pit of Apples in New Zealand. N.Z. J. Sci. Tech 18(4): 381-390
Lindemuth, K. 1943: The control of corn marigold. Angewandte Botanik 25: 79-92
Baden. 1932: The control of crowfoot and the ox-eye daisy in meadowland. Mitt. Ver. Moork. Berl, 50: 119
Rosen, H.R. 1924: The Control of Damping off of Cotton Seedlings by the Use of Uspulun. Science 60(1556): 384
Hope, C.; Stoutemyer, V.T.; Close, A.W. 1941: The control of damping-off by the use of sphagnum for seed germination. Proceedings American Society Hort Science 39: 397-406
Ogilvie, L.; Hickman, C.J.; Croxall, H.E. 1939: The control of damping-off fungi by means of chemicals applied to the soil, with special reference to weak formaldehyde solutions. Long Ashton Agric. Hort. Res. Sta. Ann. Rept, 1939. 98-114
Loomis, W.E. 1938: The control of dandelions in lawns. Jour Agric Res 56(12): 855-868
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Bittencourt, H.V.D.C. 1943: The control of erosion in coffee plantations. Contour furrows and ridges. Bol. Superint. Serv. Cafe, Sao Paulo 18: 230-7; 322-30
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Anonymous 1927: The control of fertilizers and plant protectivea in Jugoslavia. Chem. Industrie 50(6): 186-187
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Anonymous 1932: The control of grass peste. Mitt. Ver. Moork. Berl, 50: 133
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Hanley, F.; Mann, J.C. 1936: The control of heart rot in Sugar-Beet. J. Minist., Agric 43(1): 15-23
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