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List of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag Chapter 13574

Chapter 13574 contains a list of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag.





The nature of lignin from Western Hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla)
, J. organ. Chem 10: 211-5 (1945)

The nature of magnesium tetany
, American Journal of Physiology 121(2): 416-423 (1938)

The nature of milk fever
, Vet. Rec 11: 148-152. 3 figs (1931)

The nature of mosaic diseases
, Proceedings Internal Congress Plant Science Ithaca New York 1926 2: 1231-1242 (1929)

The nature of osteodystrophia fibrosa in Spain. A disease of mares at the Army breeding station at Trujillo (Caceres)
, Trab. Inst. Biol. animal, Madrid. 5: 19-59 (1940)

The nature of osteogenesis imperfecta
, Amer. J. Med. Sci 190: 756-764 (1935)

The nature of petechial kidney haemorrhages in sacking calves
, Allatorv, Lapok., 20: 115 (1943)

The nature of potash fixation in soils
, Soil Sci 45: 263-276 (1938)

The nature of precocious puberty caused by prepituitary grafts
, Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper 12: 270-271 (1937)

The nature of proteases
, Russian J. Physiol 14: 64-70 (1931)

The nature of proteases. 7. Comparative investigations on pepsin in cold and warm-blooded animals
, Hoppe-Seyler's Ztschr. f. physiol. Chem 194: 43-52 (1931)

The nature of recessive genes and the biomechanic theory of inheritance
, Genetica 19: 434-445 (1937)

The nature of resistance in Zea mays L. to Puccinia sorghi Schw
, Phytopathology 17(12): 816-825 (1927)

The nature of resistance of cereals to rust
, Rep. 3rd int. Congr. compar. Path 1(2): 253-266 (1936)

The nature of resistance to foot rot caused by Ascochyta sp. and some other fungi in the epicotyl of the Pea
, Phytopath 16(4): 269-276 (1926)

The Nature of Resistance to Seedling Blight of Cereals
, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 9(12): 434-439 (1923)

The nature of rickets and similar bone diseases in the light of recent investigations
, Hung. Acta vet 1: 47-61 (1940)

The nature of rigor mortis
, Dtsch. SchlachthZtg. 42: 181-187 (1942)

The nature of sex chromosomes
, Proc. 6th Int. Cong. Genet. N.Y 1: 343-55 (1932)

The nature of short and long day plants
, Forschungsdienst 9: 332-67. bibl. 26 (1940)

The nature of short day and long day plants
, Forschungsdienst 9: 332-67 (1940)

The nature of so-called xanthoma. A critical review
, Arch. Pathol 17: 546-573 (1934)

The nature of soil acidity
, Pedology, 8, 105-111 (1939)

The nature of soil parent materials in southern British Columbia
, Sci Agric Ottawa 20(5): 301-307 (1940)

The nature of sugar in the milk and the carbohydrate metabolism of lactating diabetic women
, Biochemical Journal 34(1): 1-6 (1940)

The nature of sun-blotch and its practical control
, Yearb. Calif. Avocado Soc., 1942. 35-8 (1942)

The nature of takyr crusts.
, Pedology, 7-8, 345-352 (1944)

The nature of the American diet
, J. Pediat 12: 243-254 (1938)

The nature of the Visual process
, Bull. N.Y. Acad. Med 14: 21-45 (1938)

The nature of the abnormally rapid increase in weight upon refeeding after a period of growth suppression
, American Journal of Anat 64(1): 41-57 (1939)

The nature of the action of bacteriorhizal micro-organisms on plants
, C. R.(Doklady) Acad. Sci. U.R.S.S 13: 429-32 (1936)

The nature of the action of chemical factors on mutation in D. mdanogaster
, Genetica 19: 200-241 (1937)

The nature of the anti-pernicious anemia principle in stomach. 1. Method to improve stomach preparations
, J. Amer. Med. Assoc 106: 266-271 (1936)

The nature of the antianaemic principle
, Folia haematol 57: 337-352 (1937)

The nature of the antirachitic vitamin in irradiated milk
, Z. Vitaminforsch, 9. 8: 217-220 (1938)

The nature of the bactericidal substance in the urine of patients receiving a ketogenic diet
, Biochemical Journal 27(4): 976-982 (1933)

The nature of the binding forces between clay and humus.
, Bodenk. PflErnahr 32: 325-336 (1943)

The nature of the blood iodine and its determination
, J. Lab. Clin. Med 28: 329-335 (1942)

The nature of the bulb nematode (Ditylenchus dipsaci) populations in Supreme, Prince Albert and Imperator iris bulbs, and their control by thermal treatment
, Canad. J. Res 16: 230-3. bibl. 3 (1938)

The nature of the calcium and phosphorus combination in the excreta of the non-laying pullet
, J. Agric. Sci 23: 196-203 (1933)

The nature of the carbohydrate of a hybrid obtained from a cross between two genera of Gramineae differing in their carbohydrate reserves
, C.R. Acad. Sci. Paris 208: 377-79 (1939)

The nature of the cardiovascular disturbances in vitamin deficiency states
, Trans. Assoc. Amer. Physicians. 51: 341-371 (1936)

The nature of the catalyst causing the hydrolysis of urea in soils
, Soil Sci 50(2): 119-134 (1940)

The nature of the chemical combination of zinc in animal tissues
, Acta Brevia Neerland 1: 14-16 (1931)

The nature of the coagulating activity of human milk
, Ztschr. Kinderheilk 64: 449-476 (1944)

The nature of the competition between cereal crops and annual weeds
, Jour Agric Sci 28(2): 247-271 (1938)

The nature of the control of yellow rust of Wheat
, Fortschr. der Landw 2(10): 319-321 (1927)

The nature of the deformation of loess-like loams when moistened.
, Pedology. 8, 3-12 (1943)

The nature of the extra chromosomes in Zea Mays L
, Planta Berl 19: 91-116 (1933)

The nature of the factor which is concerned in loss of blood coagulability of bile fistula and jaundiced rats. Studies on the vitamin K requirements of the rat
, Amer. J. Physiol 125: 423-428 (1939)

The nature of the fat globule membrane in milk
, Versl. algem. ned. Zuivelb.,'s Grav 19-20 (1943)

The nature of the fatty acids stored by the liver in the fat-deficiency disease of rats
, Biochemical Journal 32(12): 2178-2184 (1938)

The nature of the flora on field-retting Hemp
, J. Amer. Soc. Agron, 36: 12, 1014-1015 (1944)

The nature of the foodstuffs oxidized to provide energy in muscular exercise. 4. The use of protein as a fuel in exercise
, Amer. J. Physiol 102: 325-331 (1932)

The nature of the fulvic acids of soil humus.
, Trans. Dokuchaev Inst 23: 23-40 (1940)

The nature of the grain dust antigen. Crossed reactions to grain dusts and smuts
, Jour Allergy 10(5): 433-442 (1939)

The nature of the haemopoietic factor in marmite
, Lancet 224(5729): 1283-1286 (1933)

The nature of the haemorrhagic diathesis in cholaemia
, Biochem. Ztschr 307: 35-48 (1940)

The nature of the hemorrhagic disease of the newborn. Delayed restoration of the prothrombin level
, Amer. J. Med. Sci 199: 1-9 (1940)

The nature of the hormone controlling Brunner's glands
, Quart Jour Exp Physiol 25(4): 329-339 (1935)

The nature of the hyperossification observed in the long bones of rats treated with excessive doses of oestradiol benzoate
, J. Endocr 3: 370-383 (1944)

The nature of the inhibition reversals in plasmon inhibited E. hirsutum
, Naturwissenschaften 30: 492-93 (1942)

The nature of the injury to the calcifying mechanism in rickets due to strontium
, Biochemical Journal 29(12): 2640-2645 (1935)

The nature of the insoluble sodium of bone. The adsorption of sodium at forty degrees by bone, dentin, enamel, and hydroxyapatite as shown by the radioactive isotope
, J. Biol. Chem 148: 321-331 (1943)

The nature of the interaction of genes affecting four quantitative characters in a cross between Hordeum deficient and Hordeum vulgare
, Genetics 21: 398-420 (1936)

The nature of the interfering chromogens encountered in the determination of nicotinic acid in cereal products
, Cereal Chem 19(4): 447-457 (1942)

The nature of the lipoid matter extracted from green leaves (spinach and cabbage)
, Biochemical Journal 25(2): 606-613 (1931)

The nature of the lipotropic agent in pancreas
, Jour Biol Chem 121(1): 61-69 (1937)

The nature of the mechanism of encapsulation in trichiniasis
, Journal of Parasitology 31: Suppl, 21-22 (1945)

The nature of the mosaic disease of Ban. dakka (Hibiscus esculentus L.)
, Trop. Agriculturalist 98(1): 16-24 (1942)

The nature of the muscular weakness in Graves' disease
, J. Olin. Invest, 12: 966 (1933)

The nature of the nitrogen source added to nitrogen depleted vinifications conducted by a Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain in synthetic must affects gene expression and the levels of several volatile compounds
, Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 92(1): 61-75 (2007)

The nature of the organism found in the Fiji galls of Sugar-cane
, Philippine Agriculturist 11(4): 103-111 (1922)

The nature of the pigments of the gasoline extract of wheat
, Cereal Chem 12(1): 33-39 (1935)

The nature of the proteins and the lipoids synthesized by the colon bacillus
, J. Biol Chem 91: 395-404 (1931)

The nature of the proteins of cellular nuclei
, Jour Biol Chem 146(2): 433-440 (1942)

The nature of the resistance of cotton to M. phaseoli (Maubl.) Ashby
, C.R. 3rd Int. Congr. Comp. Path., Athens, 28-30 (1936)

The Nature of the Series of Environmental Variances and the Estimation of the Genetic Variances and the Geometric Means in Crosses Involving Species of Lycopersicon
, Genetics 27(6): 561-575 (1942)

The nature of the sheath material in the feeding punctures produced by the potato leaf hopper and the three-cornered alfalfa hopper
, Jour Agric Res 47(7): 475-485 (1933)

The nature of the tea oxidase system
, Curr. Sci 12: 185-6. bibl. 5 (1943)

The nature of the volatile products from apples
, Jour Pomol And Hort Sci 20(1/2): 59-67 (1942)

The nature of the whey obtained from Emmental cheese during the pressing process
, Schweiz. Milchztg 65: 355-356 (1939)

The nature of the yellow rust disease of Wheat
, Deutsche Landw. Presse 54(6): 71-73 (1927)

The nature of tick paralysis
, Arch. Inst. Pasteur. Alger., 22: 125-130 (1944)

The nature of ultra-viruses and their biological activity
, Phytopath 33(10): 950-955 (1943)

The nature of various mill dust allergens
, Jour Lancet 60: 418 (1940)

The nature of vitamin A in cod liver oil
, Jour Biol Chem 125(2): 475-477 (1938)

The nature of yeast growth substances
, Mem. Fac. Sci. Univ. Lithuanian. 11: 453-71 + 4. bibl. 34 (1937)

The nature of yellows resistance in Cabbage
, Phytopath 20(1): 114-115 (1930)

The nature, cause, and prevention of brown-heart in Turnips
, Rept. Dominion Botanist for the year Div. of Botany, Canada Dept. of Agric, 1931. 176-181 (1931)

The nature, extent, and distribution of fertilizer residues in the soil of some old fertility plots
, Soil Sci 47: 15-26 (1939)

The nature, principles and achievements of high moor cultivation in Germany
, Dtsch. LandeskZtg, 6 (A): 142-4 ; 186-9 (1937)

The nature, recognition and development of different types of body in Emmental cheese
, Milchw. Forsch 21(2): 62-92 (1941)

The navy bean
, J. Dep. Agric. Vict 39: 489-95; 514 (1941)

The necessity and methods of mechanical analysis of soils
, Rev. Fac. Quim. Indust. Agric. Univ. Nacl. Litoral (1938), 7: 78-90 (1939)

The necessity for a Service for the control of erosion
, Ceres 2: 147-53 (1940)

The necessity for a method of documentation to obviate the ever increasing scattering and difficulty of obtaining a synoptic view of our research results
, Ber. dtsch. bot. Ges 57: 128-138 (1939)

The necessity for annual seed disinfection
, Scottish Jour Agric 24(3): 174-176 (1943)

The necessity for establishing an Entomological Station in Siberia
, Agriculture of Siberia, Tomsk, 1, 17-18 (1915)

The necessity for increased seed production in the Province of East Prussia
, Georgine 110: 190-1 (1933)

The necessity for intensifying the study of the physiological races of cereal rusts in Spain and Portugal
, Rev. Agron 30: 467-68 (1942)

The necessity for lime in Northern Ireland soils
, J. Min. Agric. N. Ireland 6: 5-12 (1938)

The necessity for pasture control
, Rhod. agric. J 41: 8-10 (1944)

The necessity for potash in the vineyard
, Prog. agr. et. vit 49: 576-81 (1932)

The necessity for soil analysis in war time
, Long Ashton Agric. Hort. Res. Sta. Ann. Rept. 1940. 149-152 (1940)

The necessity for systematic grazing
, Mitt. Landw 49: 460-2 (1934)

The necessity for the establishment of an international agreement concerning wart disease of Potatoes
, Deutsche Landw. Preese 54(10): 131-132 (1927)

The necessity of additional B-complex factors in the diet of the chick
, Proceedings Society Exp Biol and Med 54(1): 57-59 (1943)

The necessity of copper as a supplement to iron for haemoglobin formation in the pig
, J. Biol. Chem 95: 363-370 (1932)

The necessity of economizing copper in the control of Vine mildew
, Nuovi Ann. Agric, Roma. 17(2): 207-220 (1937)

The necessity of feeding green fodder under cotton seed dietary
, Rep. Anand Inst. Agric, Bull. 4, 26-27 (1945)

The necessity of fluorine in the diet of the rat
, Amer. J. Med. Sci 210: 131-132 (1945)

The necessity of giving lime to sheep when feeding them on cereal grains
, J. Dept. Agric. S. Austral 45: 460-461 (1942)

The necessity of phosphate for animals
, Farming in S. Africa. 11: 452 (1936)

The necessity of soil fertilizers as determined by a physiological method.
, Bul. Cultiv. Ferment. Tutun 29: 20-32 (1940)

The necessity of stewardship: George Perkins Marsh and the nature of conservation
, Forest History Today (Spring/Fall): 4-9 (2005)

The necessity of studying the after-effect of the agrotechnology of herbage plants
, Vest. seljskohoz. Nauk. Kormodobyvanie, 2, 65-8 (1941)

The necessity of susceptibility tests of our broad-leaved and coniferous trees
, Angeiv. Bot 19(2): 119-126 (1937)

The necessity of the corpus luteum for maintenance of pregnancy in the ewe
, Jour Animal Sci 4(1): 34-36 (1945)

The necessity of the use of poisons in agriculture, particularly of arsenate of lead
, Ann. du Service des Epiphyties, Paris., 51-56 (1913)

The Necessity Of Zinc For Pinus Radiata
, Plant Physiology 17(2): 303-310 (1942)

The need for a fruit farm census
, Occas Publ Sci Hort 4: 47-51 (1943)

The need for a legume in Northern Queensland
, J. Coun. sci. industr. Res. Aust 12: 289-93 (1939)

The need for a monograph of the date varieties of the world
, Chron Bot 9(2/3): 153-154 (1945)

The need for a new rabies conference
, Arch. Inst. Pasteur Alger 22: 141-144 (1944)

The need for a program of potato improvement
, Amer. Potato J 8: 229-34 (1931)

The need for a standard of reference in vitamin A testing
, Biochemical Journal 27(3): 873-877 (1933)

The Need for Asepsis in Local Penicillin Therapy
, British Medical Journal 2(4373): 551-555 (1944)

The need for better nutrition during pregnancy and lactation
, J. Amer. diet. Ass 17(2): 102-111 (1941)

The need for better wood utilization - With discussion
, J. For 40: 144-9 (1942)

The need for borax on fourteen crops
, Amer. Fert, 101: 7, 7-9; 28; 30 (1944)

The need for care in selection of Late Valencia buds. Avoid strains which tend to sport
, Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 55: 382-83 (1944)

The need for cultivating Kochia and Malva
, Selek. Semenovod, 6, 95-6 (1936)

The need for expansion of local activity in livestock experiments
, Lantmannen. Stockh 25: 816-817 (1941)

The need for improvement in the baking quality of Australian wheat
, Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 43: 717-25 (1932)

The need for lime and phosphate in grassland improvement
, Rept. Fourth Int. Grassland Cong, 288-295 (1937)

The need for more attention to yellow lucerne in the South-East
, Social. Zern. Hoz, 3, 104-14 (1939)

The need for more intensive programme in hybridisation of cottons in India. (Rep. Indian Cent. Cott. Comm.)
, Second conference on cotton growing problems in India., Bombay, 18-27 (1941)

The need for more milk
, Indian Fmg 5(1): 3-4 (1944)

The need for protecting and improving the purebred Spanish horse
, Ganaderia. Madr., 2: 12, 4-6; 70 (1944)

The need for research on the genetics of pathogenic organisms
, Publ. Amer. Ass. Advanc. Sci, 12, 9-17 (1940)

The need for research on the soil-vegetation-climate relationship
, Niger. For 1(2): 36-41 (1940)

The need for sire survey work. Address delivered at the Dominion Conference of the New Zealand Dairy Board, 18th March
, The need for sire survey work. Address delivered at the Dominion Conference of the New Zealand Dairy Board, 18th, Wellington : Published by the New Zealand Dairy Exporter., 15: 6 (1937)

The need for standardization of products containing added vitamins
, J. Soc. Chem. Indust 52: 66-68 (1933)

The need for statistical control in soils experiments
, J. Amer. Soc. Agron 29: 650-7 (1937)

The need for the addition of vitamin B1 to staple American foods
, J. Amer. Med. Assoc 113: 2146-2151 (1939)

The need for the conservation of our forests
, J. For 42: 108-14 (1944)

The need for the improvement of some of our fruit
, Proc. Agric. Soc. Trin. Tob 36: 209-17 (1936)

The need forbetter nutrition dozing pregnancy and lactation
, J. Amr. Dietetic Assoc 17: 102-111 (1941)

The need in plants for individual ash elements in relation to developmental phase
, Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR. Biol. Ser, 5-6, 1224-38 (1938)

The need of adequate basis for control of forest regeneration
, Forest Chron 20(3): 188-191 (1944)

The need of larger doses of viosterol in severe rickets (osteomalacia type). A comparative study of the efficacy of viosterol and cod-liver oil
, J. Amer. Med. Assoc 98: 1637-1640 (1932)

The need of new units of measurement in wool research
, Proc. Amer. Soc, Animal Production. (January 1933). 187-189 (1932)

The need of nicotinic acid by the rat
, Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper 16: 185-187 (1941)

The need of physics in the attack on the fundamental problems of genetics
, Bull. Acad. Sci. U.R.S.S., Ser. Biol, 51-58 (1937)

The needles of forest trees as a source of the anti-scorbutic vitamine.
, Bull. Appl. Botany Genetics and Plant Breeding, Leningrad. 67: 143-153 (1934)

The needs of forest management in the Province of Quebec
, Canadian Pulp and Paper Association (Woodlands Section Index), Montreal, 761 (A-1), 2 (1945)

The needs of superior individuals as guides to group ascendance
, Jour Heredity 30(4): 157-163 (1939)

The negative correlation of chiasma frequencies
, Hereditas, Lund 20: 65-70 (1935)

The negative effect of the administration of liver in hemophilia
, Bulletin Johns Hopkins Host Baltimore 49(1): 49-54 (1931)

The negative phase in the antigonado-trophie and preeipitin-produetive activities in rabbits
, J. Immunol 50: 349-357 (1945)

The negative role of lice in the experimental transmission of Tick Fever
, Bull. Soc. Path. Exot: 106-7 (1913)

The neglected state of grassland in Siberia
, Sovhoz. Proizvod, 8-9, 41-3 (1944)

The nematocidal and fungicidal value of D-D mixture and other soil fumigants
, Phytopath 35(10): 771-780 (1945)

The nematocide effect of Cevamec 1% (Ceva Sante Animale, France) in dogs
, Lucrari Stiintifice Universitatea de Stiinte Agronomice si Medicina Veterinara Bucuresti Seria C, Medicina Veterinara 40: 392-397 (2006)

The nematode Eucephalobus oxyuroides apparently causing disease of tobacco roots
, Plant Dis Reporter U S Dept Agric 24(17): 351-352 (1940)

The nematode Skrjabingylus chitwoodorum n. sp. from the skunk
, Jour Parasitol 25(6): 475-478 (1939)

The nematode disease of bulbous iris caused by Ditylenchus dipsaci (Kuhn 1858) Filipjev 1936, and experiments on its control by bulb treatment
, Canad. J. Res 15: 175-81. bibl. 5 (1937)

The nematode disease of narcissi and crop sequence
, Canadian Jour Res 8(1): 101 (1933)

The nematode disease of the rubber-bearing plant Scorzonera tau-saghyz Lipsch. and Bosse and the problem of its control.
, Leningrad Academy of Agricultural Sciences. Institute for Plant Protection. Collected works on nematodes of agricultural crops, edited by E. S. Kiryanova, Moscow and Leningrad, 208-222 (1939)

The nematode fauna of Coracias garrula in the USSR.
, PAPERS ON HELMINTHOLOGY published in commemoration of the 30 year jubileum of K. J. Skrjabin and of 15th anniversary of the All-Union Institute of Helminthology, Moscow, 215-220 (1937)

The nematode genera Hystrignathu Leidy, Lepidonema Cobb and Artigasia n. g. (Thelostomatidae)
, Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 1(2): 43-48 (1934)

The nematode genus Abbreviata (Travassos, 1920) Schulz, 1927
, American Midland Naturalist 34(2): 485-490 (1945)

The nematode genus Ascarophii van Beneden
, Annals and Magazine of Natural History 11(61): 111-117 (1933)

The nematode genus Deletrocephalus Diesing, 1851
, Records of the Indian Museum 37(3): 335-336 (1935)

The nematode genus Rondonia Travassos
, Ann And Mag Nat Hist 17(102): 606-610 (1936)

The nematode genus Skrjabinoptera Schulz, 1927
, Lloydia Cincinnati 5(4): 314-319 (1942)

The nematode lungworms (suborder Strongylina) of North American deer of the genus Odocoileus
, Parasitology 36(3/4): 199-208 (1945)

The nematode parasites of Lake Ellesmere trout
, Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New Zealand 66(1): 80-96 (1936)

The nematodes of cultivated plants in the western region of the European part of the U.S.S.R.
, Magasin de Parasitologie de l'Institut Zoologique de l'Academie des Sciences de l'URSS. 5: 253-299 (1935)

The nematodes of sheep in Manawatu District, New Zealand
, Jour Helminth 12(4): 183-196 (1934)

The nematodes of the genus Synthetocaulus parasitic in sheep of Alma-Ata territory, Kasakhstan.
, PAPERS ON HELMINTHOLOGY published in commemoration of the 30 year jubileum of K. J. Skrjabin and of 15th anniversary of the All-Union Institute of Helminthology, Moscow, 55-62 (1937)

The nenrohistological basis of vitamin deficiency
, Klin. Wochenschr 17: 461-465 (1938)

The neonatal mortality in Sweden from a pedlatric point of view
, Acta paediat 28: 372-386 (1942)

The neotropical Muscoid genus, Mesembrinella, Giglio-Tos, and other testaceous Muscoid flies
, Proc. U.S. Nat. Mus, Washington, D.C., 62: 2457, 1-24 (1922)

The nerve supply to the bovine mammary gland
, American Journal of Vet Res 3(6): 10-16 (1942)

The nervous control of pancreatic secretion in the dog
, American Journal of Physiology 119(4): 724-733 (1937 )

The nervous control of the anterior hypophysis
, Trud. Dinam. Razvit 10: 181-187 (1935)

The nervous form of canine distemper
, Veterinaria e Zootecnia 13(2): 125-136 (2006)

The nervous secretion of saliva : quantitative studies in the natural unconditioned reflex secretion of parotid saliva
, Amer. J. Physiol 119: 493-507 (1937)

The nettle as a fibre plant
, Forschungsdienst 5: 148-61 (1938)

The nettlehead disease of hops
, Jour S Eastern Agric Coll Wye 44: 41-43 (1939)

The neurocognitive bases of human multimodal food perception: consciousness
, Brain Research Reviews 53(2): 271-286 (2007)

The neurohumoral control of metabolic processes. 9. The dependence of the process of glycogenolysis on the presence of free glycogen in the liver
, J. Physiol. U.S.S.R 30: 611-618 (1941)

The neurotropic viruses of horse sickness
, Boll. Soc. ital. Med. Ig. trop, Asmara, 3: 72 (1943)

The neutral diet
, J. Amer. Diet. Assoc 7: 228-234 (1931)

The Neutralization in Vitro of Avian Pneumoencephalitis Virus by Newcastle Disease Immune Serum
, Science 100(2599): 361-362 (1944)

The neutralization of acid-forming nitrogenous fertilizers in relation to nitrogen availability and soil bases. A report of Windsor lysimeter series D
, Soil Sci 54: 127-148 (1942)

The neutralization of gastric acidity with basic aluminum aminoacetate
, Jour Pharmacol And Exp Therap 82(3): 247-253 (1944)

The neutralization of poliomyelitis virus by dog serums
, Jour Infect Dis 76(3): 198-202 (1945)

The neutralization of soil acidity.
, Rev. Agric. Piracicaba 16: 118-149 (1941)

The neutralization of the ordinary virus by the expressed juices of locally resistant plants. (Preliminary note.)
, Planta 27(4): 399-404 (1937)

The neutralizing power of forage crops for organic and mineral acids
, J. Dairy Sci 18: 317-325 (1935)

The neutralizing power of lime in cyanamide and its importance for soils poor in lime.
, Landw. Jahrb 90: 744-758 (1940)

The new Victoria black walnut
, 36th Rep. Nth. Nut Gr. Ass, 50-51 (1945)

The new snuffer crown developer for young rubber
, Bergcultures 15: 472-4 (1941)

The new 'Bielefeld' and 'Rhede' timber calipers.
, Forstarchiv 15: 408-10 (1939)

The new (second) Zoological Laboratory of the Royal Academy of Forestry at Eberswalde
, Zeitschr. f. angew. Entom, Berlin 3(2): 289-298 (1916)

The new American sweet clover Alpha and its growth in Czechoslovakia
, Bull. Czech. Acad. Agric 9: 507-10 (1933)

The new Aspect of Forest Entomology
, Forstwiss. Zbl, Berlin, 12, 525-546 (1930)

The new Close apple
, Quart. Bull. Mich. Agric. Exp. Sta 24: 321-22 (1942)

The new D.D.T. insecticide
, Farming in S Africa 20(231): 337-340, 356 (1945)

The new German law for the promotion of animal breeding
, Z. Schafz 25: 87-89 (1936)

The new Java P.O.J. 2878 Cane
, Internat. Sugar Journ 30(350): 61-62 (1928)

The new Methods and Appliances for disinfecting Vermin-infested Dwellings
, Zeitschr. angew. Entom, Berlin 7(1): 201-205 (1920)

The new Mountain Remount Service: breeding of mules and Haflinger ponies in Germany and their breeding by the Army as draught animals for mountain troops
, Z. Veterinark, 44. 55; 56: 333-362; 1-16 (1943)

The new Provincial Farmers' Corporation of the Moselle country
, Forschungsdienst 13: 439-441 (1942)

The new Slovakia and its economy
, Die junge Slowakei und ihre Wirtschaft, Dresdner Bank : Aussenhandel und Devisenbewirtschaftung, Beilage Ost- und Sudosteuropa, 6: 36, 114 (1940)

The new Turkish forest law.
, Rev. E. & F 76: 590-6 (1938)

The new abattoir at Lausanne
, " Les nouveaux abattoirs de Lausanne.". Lausanne : Imprimerie vaudoise., 87: 883-384 (1945)

The New Active Principle Of Ergot
, Science 81(2110): 559-560 (1935)

The new age of wood
, Fortune 26(4): 117-21, 180, 182-4, 186-8 (1942)

The new agrarian order for the occupied eastern territories
, Forschungsdienst 13: 370-371 (1942)

The new amide mixed feed
, Zuckerrubenbau 20: 170-173 (1938)

The new and flourishing plywood industry.
, Brasil madeireiro 1(1): 10-3, 8 (1945)

The new and newer varieties of potatoes
, Trans. Ia Hort. Soc 71: 303-05 (1936)

The new case of formation of amphidiploids in wheat rye hybrids
, U.S.S.R, Narodnyi Komissarat Snabzenija. Vsesojuznyi N-I Institut Sa-kharnoi Promyitejmosti, (U.S.S.R. National Commissariat for Supplies, All-Union Ees. lust. Sag. Ind.), 26 (1933)

The new citrus bud mite
, California Citrograph 23(3): 109-152 (1938)

The new decrees concerning minimum performance for the selection of bulls
, Dtsch. landw. Tierz 43: 66-67 (1939)

The new dessert peach Boland
, Fmg S. Afr 19: 381-2 (1944)

The new dry process
, Journ. Dept. Agric. Victoria 23(5): 283-288 (1925)

The new Electron Microscope
, Science 93(2415): 357-358 (1941)

The new era in breeding Wheats resistant to stem rust
, J. Aust Inst. agric. Sci 3(1): 25-31 (1937)

The new experiment and research institutes
, Mitt. Landw 56: 705-06; 725 -26; 745-46 (1941)

The new flax laboratory, its equipment and tasks
, Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr 55: 92-100 (1945)

The new forests of the old South
, Sth. Lumberm, 159: 2009, 99-104 (1939)

The new genus of the Anacardiaceae from Columbia
, Bull. Torrey bot. Cl 69: 442-4 (1942)

The new horizons of pheno-genetics
, Atti III Riunione Soc. Ital. Genet. Eugen, Bologna, 16: 24 (1938)

The new insecticides D.D.T. and benzine hexachloride
, J. roy. agric. Soc, Engl 106: 204-20. bibl. 66 (1945)

The new jute-production industry of Brazil
, Foreign Agriculture 9: 55-64 (1945)

The new leaf mold resistant tomato
, Proc. 23rd Annu. Mtg Ohio Veg. Gr. Ass, 64-69 (1938)

The new organization of seed production
, Wien. landw. Ztg, 87: 21a, 27-28 (1937)

The new orientation in breeding army remounts, and relevant measurements
, Rev. Zootech, 4, 255-262 (1935)

The new parasites of the cacao moth and on parasites in general
, Mededeelingen van het proefstation Midden-Java, 5, 1-21 (1912)

The new pear breeding project
, Trans. III.Hort. Soc 78: 106-13 (1944)

The new phenomena in wheat-rye hybrids
, Ukrainskii N-I Institui Sakharnoi Promyslennosti Kiev Sci. Inst. Sug. Ind, 84 (1932)

The new rice varieties. Senator Novelli and Precoce Sesia
, Risicoltura 31: 6-10 (1941)

The new rice varieties. The variety N.13
, Risicoltura 31: 37-40 (1941)

The new rice varieties. The variety Strain 136
, Risicoltura 30: 249-53 (1940)

The new rubber plant Scorzonera tau-saghyz of the Caucasus
, Priroda (Nature), 2, 61-63 (1933)

The new school feeding. Health meals and their importance
, Milk Publicity 44, 124-125 (1939)

The new seed law. An important feature in weed control
, Norsk Landbr 5: 71-3 (1939)

The new selected varieties of cotton at the Cirpan Experiment Station
, Rev. Inst. Rech. Agron, Bulg. 8(2): 87-116 (1938)

The new speedsprayer
, Wisconsin Hort 36: 268 (1944)

The new sugar cane varieties in the factory
, Vida. Agr 19: 873-91 (1942)

The new survey of London life and labour. Effect of modifying the poverty line
, J. Roy. Statistical Soc 99: 364-366 (1936)

The new theory of structure formation.
, Khim. Sotsial. Zemled, 3, 109-110 (1938)

The new timber measuring legislation and its application.
, Skogen 31: 146-8, 160-2 (1944)

The new types of mink
, American Fur Breeder 15(4): 8, 10, 13 (1942)

The new varieties Sarrubra and Sarrosa
, Seleksija i Semenovodstvo (Breeding and Seed Growing), 2, 37-41 (1936)

The new varieties of rice from the experimental ground
, G. Risicolt 25: 25-29 (1935)

The new varieties of rice in the Experimental Field
, Risicoltura 34: 58-66 (1944)

The new varieties of rice in the experimental plots
, G. Risicolt 26: 97-100 (1936)

The new varieties of spring wheat tested at the Versailles Central Experimental Station for Plant Breeding
, C.R. Acad. Agric. Fr 19: 344-51 (1933)

The new variety of winter wheat Stakhanovka
, Selektsija i Semenovodstvo (Breeding and Seed Growing). 10, 13-14 (1940)

The new wart resistant potato varieties
, Deuts. landw. Pr 57: 157-58 (1930)

The new wart-immune Potato varieties
, Deutsche Landw, Presse 54(3): 26-27 (1927)

The new wart-immune Potato varieties
, Deutsche Landw. Presse 57(12): 157-158 (1930)

The new water-melon variety Im. XVII Parts'ezd
, Ovoscevodstvo (Vegetable Growing). 1, 43-44 (1939)

The new winter wheat variety Kuusiku wheat
, Agronoomia, 2, 63-75 (1936)

The newborn child in the economic crisis
, Klin. Wochenschr 12: 994-996 (1933)

The newer Asiatic Silver Firs and their characteristics described from British-grown specimens
, J. R. hort. Soc 66: 400-11, 431-43 (1941)

The newer apple varieties
, Proc. 71st Annu. Mtg Ohio Hort. Soc, 95-101 (1938)

The newer knowledge of hygiene in diet
, J. Amer. Dent. Assoc 18: 1322-1336 (1931)

The newer knowledge of sex inheritance in the papaya
, Indian Jour Genetics And Pl Breeding 2(1): 66-68 (1942)

The newer knowledge of vitamin C in health and disease
, J. Amer. Dietetic Assoc 16: 1-11 (1940)

The Newer Knowledge of Vitamin K
, Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine 17(2): 116-134 (1941)

The newer laboratory methods for evaluating the effects of manuring.
, Bodenk.PflErndhr 23: 98-104 (1941)

The newer sulfonamides in veterinary practice
, Journal American Vet Medicine Assoc 106(815): 75-82 (1945)

The newer varieties of strawberries and their value in the commercial field
, Trans. Peninsula Hort. Soc 27(5): 82-87 (1937)

The next Rice sowings, with special reference to the 'blast' disease (Piricularia oryzae)
, Cire. Estac. exp. agric. Tucuman. 118: 3 (1943)

The next periodic outbreak of Cheimatobia brumata
, Progressive Fruit-Growing and Market-Gardening. Petrograd 25, 721-722 (1915)

The nickel content of various types of soils
, Uchen, Zap. Kazan. Gosud. Univ 97(1): 51-66 (1937)

The nicotinamide content of cow's milk
, Ann. Inst. Pasteur. 68: 11-12, 538-539 (1942)

The Nicotine Vaporizer, a Device, for Utilizing Nicotine in the Control of Insect Pests
, Science 81(2099): 296-297 (1935)

The nicotinic acid and coenzyme content of animal tissues
, Jour Biol Chem 140(3): 739-745 (1941)

The nicotinic acid and coenzyme content of the tissues of normal and blacktongue dogs
, Jour Nutrition 22(4): 409-414 (1941)

The nicotinic acid content of blood and urine
, Ugeskrift For Laeger 103(18): 579-586 (1941)

The nicotinic acid content of cereal products
, Cereal Chem 19(2): 173-180 (1942)

The nicotinic acid content of common fruits and vegetables as prepared for human consumption
, Jour Nutrition 25(3): 275-284 (1943)

The nicotinic acid content of human milk, and its relation to the amount supplied
, Ztschr. Vitaminforsch, 15: 193 (1944)

The nicotinic acid content of meat
, Jour Nutrition 24(2): 153-158 (1942)

The nicotinic acid content of tea
, Analyst 70(828): 86-87 (1945)

The nicotinic acid content of the blood of mammalia
, Jour Biol Chem 129(2): 491-494 (1939)

The nicotinic acid content of the most common foodstuffs, and particularly of milk and some milk products
, Quad. Nutrizione. 7: 241-243 (1940)

The nicotinic acid content of the tissues of monkeys fed on wheat, maize and rice diets
, Indian Jour Med Res 28(1): 91-100 (1940)

The nicotinic acid metabolism of healthy persons
, Klin. Wochenschr, 20: 612 (1941)

The nicotinic acid, pantothenic acid, choline and biotin content of fresh, irradiated evaporated and dry milk
, Jour Nutrition 29(2): 137-142 (1945)

The niterable calcium of blood serum. 1. A comparison of filterable calcium of serum and total calcium of cerebrospinal fluid in normal, hyperparathyroid, and hypoparathyroid states
, Amer. J. Med. Sci 191: 263-271 (1936)

The nitrate and ammonia nutrition of beets.
, Bodenk. PflErnahr 33: 46-94 (1943)

The nitrate and moisture content of soil under various crops and treatments at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
, Sci Agric ottawa 19(5): 279-290 (1939)

The nitrate content of animal tissues, and the fate of ingested nitrate
, Biochemical Journal 29(3): 782-787 (1935)

The nitration of Spruce lignin. The aromatic nature of lignin in wood
, Cellulosechemie 21: 95-6 (1943)

The nitrification of ammonia in the field and in laboratory incubation experiments
, Ann Appl Biol 22(2): 419-430 (1935)

The nitrification of ammonium thiocyanate (a weed eradi-cant) and the effect of this compound upon the soil population
, Soil. Sci 48: 287-294 (1939)

The nitrification process and plant nutrition
, Soil Sci 41: 187-96 (1936)

The nitrogen and mineral contents of sugar beet sections
, Soil Sci 58(1): 25-34 (1944)

The nitrogen and mineral contents of the produce of grassland
, Rept. Fourth Int. Grassland Cong, 370-375 (1937)

The nitrogen and mineral metabolism during a chronic case of Trypanosoma congolense disease in an ox
, Ann. Rep, Dept. Vet. Sci. and Animal Husb., Tanganyika. (1936). 73-77 (1935)

The nitrogen and mineral metabolism during acute infections of sheep with Trypanosoma brueei
, Ann. Rep. Dept. Vet. Sci. and Animal Husb., Tanganyika. (1936). 77-81 (1935)

The nitrogen and phosphoric-acid requirements of safflower.
, Bodenk. PflErnahr 32: 253-262 (1943)

The nitrogen and vitamin requirements of B. typhosus
, British Jour Exp Path 14(3): 189-196 (1933)

The nitrogen balance during correction of obesity
, Amer. J. Med. Sci 181: 336-349 (1931)

The nitrogen balance of a young primipara
, Amer. J. Obstet. Gynecol 34: 1019-1022 (1937)

The nitrogen balance of laying hens
, Jour Agric Sci 24(4): 636-647 (1934)

The nitrogen balance of laying pullets
, Poultry Sci 16(4): 247-254 (1937)

The nitrogen complex of Indian foodstuffs. Condiments: 1. Black pepper (Piper nigrum)
, Indian J. Med. Res 25: 373-379 (1937)

The nitrogen complex of Indian foodstuffs. Condiments: 2. Chillies (Capsicum annuum) and coriander seeds (Coriandrum sativuni)
, Indian J. Med. Res 25: 863-867 (1938)

The nitrogen constituents of Celery plants in health and disease
, Journ. Agric. Een 31(3): 287-300 (1925)

The nitrogen content of blood
, J. Biol. Chem, 93: xxviii-xxix (1931)

The nitrogen content of grasses as influenced by kind, frequency of application, and amount of nitrogenous fertilizer
, Journal American Society Agron 31(5): 388-398 (1939)

The nitrogen content of leguminous and nonlegu-minous plants
, Planta 33: 424-457 (1943)

The nitrogen content of single barley kernels
, C. R. Lab. Carlsberg. 21(14): 247-270 (1936)

The nitrogen cycle in biological systems. 3. Aerobic den-itrification in soils
, Biochem. J 34: 1036-1040 (1940)

The nitrogen cycle in grassland soils : with especial reference to the Rothamsted Park Grass experiment
, J. Agric. Sci 28: 73-121 (1938)

The nitrogen distribution and carbohydrate partition in Philippine rice bran
, Philippine J. Sci 57: 289-294 (1935)

The nitrogen distribution in alfalfa hay cut at different stages of growth
, Canadian Jour Res Sect C Bot Sci 16(9): 339-346 (1938)

The nitrogen distribution in dried milk
, Jour Milk Technol 6(5): 272-273 (1943)

The nitrogen economy of wheat soils
, J. Aust. Inst. Agric. Sci 5: 154-159 (1939)

The nitrogen economy of young Wheat plants in relation to mineral salt nutrition. A contribution to the rust resistance problem
, Phytopath. Zeitschr 7(2): 187-222 (1934)

The nitrogen exchange in Corticium catonii Burg
, Nuovo G. bot. ital 46(3): 510-519 (1939)

The nitrogen isotope (N15) as a tool in the study of the intermediary metabolism of nitrogenous compounds
, J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 59: 1768 (1937)

The nitrogen metabolism in infants on graded intake of soybean milk . proteins
, Chinese J. Physiol 5: 287-294. 2 figs (1931)

The nitrogen metabolism of plants.
, Ann. Sta. Sper. Agrar 5: 61-152 (1936)

The nitrogen metabolism of the Kelsey plum
, Biochemical Journal 32(2): 366-375 (1938)

The nitrogen metabolism of the crown gall and hairy root bacteria
, J. agric. Res 54(8): 621-628 (1937)

The nitrogen metabolism of the lupin seedling
, Biochemical Journal 25(6): 2181-2188 (1931)

The nitrogen metabolism of the pea seedling
, Biochemical Journal 30(6): 1010-1013 (1936 )

The Nitrogen Nutrition of Green Plants
, Science 41(1045): 69-70 (1915)

The nitrogen nutrition of lactic acid bacteria
, Mikrobiologiya 8(6): 748-755 (1939)

The nitrogen nutrition of leguminous plants.
, C.R 210: 676-678 (1940)

The nitrogen nutrition of mangolds.
, Bodenk. PflErnahr 36: 10-26 (1945)

The nitrogen nutrition of plants
, Landbouwk. Tijds 47: 61-76 (1935)

The nitrogen nutrition of soybeans. I. Effect of inoculation and nitrogen fertilizer on the yield and composition of beans on Marshall silt loam
, Soil Science Society American Proceedings 8: 226-228 (1944)

The nitrogen nutrition of soybeans: I. Effect of inoculation and nitrogen fertilizer on the yield and composition of beans on Marshall silt loam
, Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. America 8: 226-8 (1943)

The nitrogen of the potato
, Biochemical Journal 36(7-9): 662-671 (1942)

The nitrogen partition in the urine of various primates
, Jour Biol Chem 115(2): 343-360 (1936)

The nitrogen requirement of patients with thermal burns
, J. Indust. Hyg. Toxicol 26: 152-155 (1944)

The nitrogen requirement of the apple
, Proc. Amer. Soc. hort. Sci. for 1939. 36: 51-5. bibl. 6 (1939)

The nitrogen requirement of the avocado tree in California
, California Avocado Soc Yr Bk : 33-35 (1942)

The nitrogen requirements of the apple
, Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci 36: 51-55 (1939)

The nitrogen status of grassland soil
, Trans. 3rd Internat. Congr. Soil Sci 1: 216-7 (1935)

The nitrogen, phosphorus and potash action of manure and artificial fertilizer
, Tidsskr. Planteavl. 47: 1-93, (1942)

The nitrogen-fixing capacity of the bacteria of the Leguminosae
, Agricultura, Madrid. 13: 26-7 (1944)

The nitrogen-sparing action of glucose in normal, phlorhizinized and depancreatized dogs
, American Journal of Physiology 120(4): 681-688 (1937)

The nitrogenous fractions of the jack bean
, Hoppe-Seyler's Ztschr 262: 103-110 (1939)

The nitrogenous manuring of brewing barley
, Brass. Franc 3: 211-213 (1939)

The nitrogenous manuring of pastures
, Bol. Agris, Minas Gerais 5: 79-81 (1932)

The nitrogenous manuring of wheat
, Kirton Agric. J, 4, 20-22 (1939)

The nocturnal Activity of Crane-flies (Tipulinae) as indicated by Captures in a Light-trap at Rothamsted
, J. Anim. Ecol, London 8(2): 300-322 (1939)

The nodal anatomy of Spartina Townsendii
, Trans. Proc. Bot. Soc. Edinb, Edinb., 31: 262-8 (1933)

The nodulating performance of three species of legumes
, Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. America 9: 95-7 (1944)

The nodulation and other adaptations of certain summer legumes
, Journal American Society Agron 27(1): 32-37 (1935)

The nodule bacteria of Cicer
, Zbl. Bakt. Abt. II 90: 330-5 (1934)

The nodules of leguminous plants, their form and effect in different strains
, K. LandtbrAkad. Handl. Stockh 72: 393-433 (1933)

The nodules of the Leguminosae
, Rev. agron., Lisboa 30: 395-413 (1942)

The nomenclature and characteristics of the Lactobacillus employed for the microbiological assay of riboflavin
, J. Bact 43(1): 56-57 (1942)

The nomenclature and classification of agricultural lands
, Poc-vovedenic, 9, 44-50 (1941)

The Nomenclature and Classification of the Actinomycetes
, Journal of Bacteriology 46(4): 337-341 (1943)

The nomenclature and genetics of sugar cane seedlings
, Int. Sug. J 37: 341-46 (1935)

The nomenclature of Balsa wood (Ochroma)
, Trop. Woods. 69, 1-2 (1942)

The nomenclature of Brassica species
, Curr. Sci 9: 494-95 (1940)

The nomenclature of cultivated plants
, American Journal of Botany 27(5): 339-347 (1940)

The nomenclature of genetic factors
, Genetica 15: 219-24 (1933)

The nomenclature of plant viruses
, Chron Bot 5(2/3): 193-194 (1939)

The nomenclature of the Filaria of the Pacific producing non-periodic embryos (Wuchereria pacifica)
, Tropical Diseases Bulletin 38(7): 361-367 (1941)

The nomenclature of the Pacific filaria
, Trans Roy Soc Trop Med And Hyg 35(3): 197-198 (1941)

The nomenclature of the broomcorn millet smut fungus
, Phytopath 34(6): 613 (1944)

The nomenclature of the cereal smut fungi
, Plant Dis Reporter 28(20): 663-670 (1944)

The nomenclature of the cultivated sorghums
, Bot. Mus. Leafl. Harv 4: 173-80 (1937)

The nomenclature of the various horizons of paddy soils
, Nat. Geol. Surv. China Spec. Soils Pub, 4, 85-91 (1938)

The non-arborescent plants for paper making in our Colonies
, Rev. Bot. appl 20: 313-8 (1940)

The non-biological constituents of the Riems foot and mouth disease vaeeine
, Berl. Munch. tierarztl. Wschr./Wien. tierarztl. Mschr 58: 56-58 (1944)

The non-essential nature of tyrosine
, Biochemical Journal 28(4): 1174-1177 (1934)

The non-fermentable reducing substance of chicken blood
, Poultry Sci 18(2): 150 (1939)

The non-glucose reducing bodies in blood. 2. The vitamin C fraction
, Indian J. Med. Res 23: 447-454 (1935)

The non-haemoglobin cellular iron in anaemia
, Brit. J. Exp. Pathol 19: 417-422 (1938)

The non-infectious twisted or tangled top disease and pokkah-boeng of Sugar Cane in the Philippine Islands
, Sugar News 12(10): 726-728 (1931)

The non-parasitic diseases of Tomatoes
, Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, Ivi: 1, 17-20 (1945)

The non-protein iron of the blood
, J. Clin. Invest, 12: 967 (1933)

The non-protein nitrogen of pulses
, Biochemical Journal 29(4): 909-913 (1935)

The non-protein nitrogen of the Alaska pea, with special reference to the chemical nature of humin nitrogen
, J. Agric. Res 43: 811-825 (1931)

The Non-Protein Nitrogen of the Blood in Health and in Hepatic Disease
, Archives of Disease in Childhood 8(43): 17-24 (1933)

The non-protein-nitrogen of pulses. 2. Partitioning of the nitrogen and a determination of the essential amino-acids
, Biochem. J 30: 1416-1418 (1936)

The non-specificity of the phenolindophenol reducing capacity of lemon juice and its fractions as a measure of their antiscorbutic activity
, Biochemical Journal 26(5): 1624-1627 (1932)

The non-specificity of thiamine in fat synthesis
, J. biol Chem 145: 163-167 (1942)

The non-symbiotic and symbiotic germination of Orchid seeds
, Orchid Rev 34(396): 165-169 (1926)

The non-toxicity of milk and meat from ergotized cattle
, New Zealand Jour Sci And Tech 26a(3): 125-136 (1944)

The non-toxicity of the secretions of Phytophthora faberi Maubl
, Gold Coast Dept. of Agric. Year Book (Bull. 16). 1929. 139-140 (1929)

The Non-Utilization of Lactic Acid by the Lactating Mammary Gland
, Science 96(2496): 403 (1942)

The nonprotein, urea and rest nitrogen of the blood during normal pregnancy and the puerperium
, Amer. J. Obstet. Gynecol 32: 421-428 (1936)

The nonspecificity of the brown-ring symptoms in narcissus attacked by nematodes
, Phytopath 22(11): 927-928 (1932)

The nontoxicity oi Bacillus anthracis cell material
, J. gen. Microbiol 4: 48-52 (1930)

The nora of Quebec
, Rev. d'Oka 11: 146-7 (1937)

The norm of irrigation for seed lucerne
, Sotsial. Zern. Khoz, 2, 111-115 (1940)

The norm of irrigation of lucerne grown for hay in the Kuibysev province
, Soc. zern. Hoz, 4, 108-20 (1940)

The normal birth-weight and birth-length of Bengali infants and their relation to the maternal social conditions
, Ind. J. Pediat 1: 24-33 (1934)

The normal blood value for vitamin A
, Acta med. scand 111: 359-371 (1942)

The normal concentration of ascorbic acid
, Bull. Soc. Chim. biol 20: 1079-1087 (1938)

The normal concentration of iron in the blood of horses and cattle
, Agric. tec, Chile 4(1): 72-77 (1944)

The normal development of the Mullerian ducts of the chick embryo during the second part of incubation
, C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris 138: 7-8 (1944)

The normal development of the leg bones of chickens with-respect to their ash content
, J. Agric. Res 48: 997-1008 (1934)

The normal development of the mammary glands of virgin female mice of ten strains varying in susceptibility to spontaneous neoplasms
, Amer. J. Cancer. 25: 282-290 (1935 )

The normal distribution of calcium between the skeleton and soft tissues
, Jour Biol Chem 111(1): 115-118 (1935)

The normal feed consumption of Los Banos Cantonese chicks
, Philippine Agric 29(9): 791-797 (1941)

The normal gastric secretion of infants and small children following stimulation with histamine
, J. Pediat 12: 1-15 (1938)

The normal growth of Filipino schoolchildren
, J. Philippine I. Med. Assoc 19: 7-15 (1939)

The normal growth of chickens
, Bull Missouri Agric Exp Sta 423: 1-20 (1941)

The normal haemoglobin level during the first year of life: revised figures
, Arch. Dis. Child 8: 221-225 (1933)

The normal hormonic balance in the bitch during pregnancy.Hypophysectomy
, C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris 122: 91-93 (1936)

The normal level of ascorbic acid in an organism capable of depletion
, C.R. Soc. Biol 120: 633-635 (1935)

The normal level of ascorbic acid in the organism
, C.R. Soc. Biol 120: 414-415 (1935)

The normal level of the various cell types in the anterior pituitaries of mature and immature rats and further observations on cyclic histologic variations
, Anat Rec 61(3): 321-330 (1935)

The normal oxalic acid content of blood in man and its relation to diet
, Ztschr. f. d. ges. exp. Med 94: 673-688 (1934)

The normal plasma coagulation time
, Amer. J. Med. Sci 203: 325-333 (1942)

The normal presence of bacteria in roots of numerous Phanerogams
, Rend. Acc. Lincei. 31(10): 484-487 (1922)

The normal range of calcium and inorganic phosphorus in the serum of healthy nonpregnant women
, Jour Lab And Clin Med 18(10): 1034-1041 (1933)

The normal range of gastric acidity from youth to old age
, Arch. Int. Med 49: 345-359 (1932)

The normal reproductive cycle of silver foxes
, Bull. Biol. Med. exp.URSS 4: 26-28 (1937)

The normal reserves of protein. Application of the concept in physiology and pathology
, Inst. nac. Nutria. Buenos Aires, Recop. Trab. Cie. (1942 ). 18-36 (1944)

The normal serum-calcium and magnesium of the rat: their relation to sex and age
, Biochemical Journal 27(6): 1875-1878 (1933)

The normal urinary iodine of man
, J. Lab. Clin. Med 22: 1014-1025 (1937)

The north-east of Brazil
, An. Prim. Reun. Sul-Amer. Bot 1: 227-37 (1938)

The northern Extension and Boundary of Distribution of Schoenobius bipunctifer, Wlk. (Paddy Borer) along the Coasts of the Pacific and the Japanese Sea in Japan.
, J. Plant Prot, Tokyo 27-34 (1932)

The northern Limit of the Distribution of Malaria in the Leningrad District.
, Med. Parasit, Moscow. 6(1): 56-66 (1937)

The northern Limits for Potato Beetle Infestation
, Sci. Agric, Ottawa 17(7): 447-450 (1937)

The northern broad-nosed Weevil, a Pest on Conifer Seedlings in northern Sweden
, Skogen. Stockholm., 28: 253-255 (1941)

The northward expansion of viticulture.
, Soc. Agric, Moscow, 5, 119-31. bibl. 7 (1939)

The notification of suspected TB. in cattle
, Tijdschr. Diergeneesk 68: 919-922 (1941)

The notion of drought resistance in plants and the principles of selection for drought resistance
, Priroda (Nature), 5, 93-97 (1936)

The noxious Psyllidae of Bessarabia.
, Sel'skokhoz. Byull, Kishinev, 7-8, 10-13 (1930)

The nuclear membrane in the epidermal cells of the bulb scales of A. cepa
, C.R. Soc. Biol., Paris. 137: 233-35 (1943)

The nuclei in avian malariaparasites. I. The structure of nuclei in Plasmodium elongatum with some considerations on technique
, Amer.y.Hyg 40: 26-34 (1944)

The nucleolus
, Curr. Sci 15: 9-11 (1945)

The nucleus and its division in the lupin
, C. R. Soc. Biol. Paris 115: 1064-5 (1934)

The nucleus-plasma problem. II. The evidence from reciprocal hybrids
, Amer. Nat 68: 402-439 (1934)

The nullity of the sale of animals affected with contagious diseases
, Rev. Med. vet., Lyon et Toulouse. 95: 224-230 (1944)

The number and arrangement of flagella of the fire blight pathogen, Bacillus amylovorus
, Mycologia 18(1): 23-26 (1926)

The number and disposition of the foliar bundles in their relations to the form of the leaf of the vine
, Bol. Soc. Broteriana. 19: 635-54 (1945)

The number and distribution of genes in the third chromosome of D. melanogaster, affecting the number of sternital bristles
, C. R. (Dokl.) Acad. Sci. U.R.S.S, N.S., 1: 43-46 (1936)

The number and morphology of chromosomes in the genus Melilotus
, Univ. Calif. Publ. Bot 17: 435-43 (1934)

The number of Karakul sheep in the Argentine Republic
, Z. Schafz, 28: 52 (1939)

The number of breeding boars and breeding sows on 3rd June 1939
, Z. Schweinez 46: 587-588 (1939)

The number of capsules on the tobacco plant grown for seed
, Bul. Cultiv. Ferment. Tutun 32: 296-311 (1943)

The number of cercariae of Fasciola hepatica developing in snails infected with a single miracidium
, Proceedings Helminthol Society Washington 8(2): 55-58 (1941)

The number of chicks required to demonstrate the significance of growth differences
, Poultry Sci 11(4): 208-218 (1932)

The number of chromosomes and problem of the nucleo-plasmatic relation between D.ferrugineaL. and D. purpurea. L
, Istanbul. U. Fen Fak ul Mecmuasi. Ser. B, Tabu Ilinuer, 10: 299- 308 (1945)

The number of diabetics in the Mainfranken province
, Deutsch. med. Wochenschr 70: 366-368 (1944)

The number of eggs and surviving embryos in Elephantulus
, Anat Rec 80(4): 443-452 (1941)

The number of forms of recent mammals
, J. Mammal, 17: 282 (1936)

The number of frequencies and accuracy in field trials
, Granos, 8: 4; 5; 6, 3-16 (1944)

The number of frequencies and the accuracy of field experiments.
, Granos, 8: 4/5/6, 3-16 (1945)

The number of horses per farm and the properties of the soil.
, Jaarb. Alg. Bond Oud-Leerl. Middel. Land-bouwOnderw, 8 (1941)

The number of leaf glands an inherited character in sesame
, Circ. Dep. Gen. Inst. exp. Agric. Venezuela, 7: 6 (1945)

The number of leaf-stomata in relation to a spot-leaved mutant in rice
, Ann. Agric. Exp. Sta. Gov.-Gen. Chosen (Tyosen). 6: 345-46 (1932)

The number of legume bacteria in commercial cultures as related to nodule formation
, Journal American Society Agron 30(6): 451-460 (1938)

The number of livestock in Italy
, Int. Rev. Agric, 36: 11/12, 183S-184S (1945)

The number of pigs in Denmark at 15th July 1939
, Z. Schweinez, 46: 507 (1939)

The number of replicated small plat tests required in regional variety trials
, Journal American Society Agron 31(4): 287-299 (1939)

The number of rows in maize cobs
, Pflanzenbau 12: 199-206 (1935)

The number of sample trees required for determining volumes of woods with various degrees of accuracy
, Forestry 16: 52-55 (1942)

The number of seeds in the Clementine mandarin
, Bol. Inst. Invest. agron. Madrid 2: 195-207 (1939)

The number of spores in a pycnidium of Septoria apii
, Phytopath 29(7): 646-647 (1939)

The number of vascular fibrous bundles in the coleoptile of wheats, as a systematical character
, Bull. Appl. Bot. Genet. and Plant-Breed 27(4): 285-321 (1931)

The number of vertebrae in trout (Salmo)
, J. biol. Bd Canad 3: 169-176 (1937)

The numbers of Rhizobium meliloti and Rhizobium trifolii in soils as influenced by soil management practices
, J. Amer. Soc. Agron 27: 289-96 (1935)

The numbers of caryopses on healthy and bunted Wheat ears compared
, Nuovo Giorn. Bot. Ital 40(1): 78-93 (1933)

The numbers of contaminating bacteria in raw and pasteurised butter
, Schweiz. Milchztg 64: 469-470; 477-479 (1938)

The numbers of fungi
, Trans Brit Mycol Soc 26(1/2): 16-19 (1943)

The numbers of propionic acid bacteria in 24-hour old Emmentaler cheese
, Annu. agric. Suisse 40: 281-286 (1939)

The numerical classification of desert vegetation and soil interpretation in Qitai County, Xinjiang
, SHENGWU DUOYANGXING 15(3): 264-270 (2007)

The nun-moth on early- and late-flushing forms of Spruce.
, Monogr. Z. angew. Ent, 15, 94-125 (1942)

The nuptial plumage of the
, Vogelzug 7: 179-186 (1936)

The nurse crop in ley establishment. An analysis of twelve years' records
, J. Minist. Agric 52: 245-8 (1945)

The nursery industry's role in the Hungarian horticulture
, Kertgazdasag Horticulture 38(2): 91-98 (2006)

The nut grass (uintjie) pest. A survey of the habits of growth, propagation and control of nut-grass
, Farm. S. Africa. 19: 11-20 (1944)

The nutmeg tree
, Tropenpflanzer 37: 300-3. bibl 3 (1934)

The nutria, a good friend of the pond fish farmer. A visit to the Duke of Croy's farm
, Dtsch. landw. Tierz 42: 836-837 (1938)

The nutrient content of hay in Switzerland, 1944
, Alpw. MBl 79: 22-7 (1945)

The nutrient content of herbage and its influence on the management of German pastures
, Landw. Jb 82: 187-96 (1935)

The nutrient content of lucerne at different stages of growth
, Sbornik. Ceskosl. Akad. Zemed. Ann. Czech. A cad. Agric 10: 185-9 (1935)

The nutrient content of the leaves, flowers and stems of lucerne
, Sbornik Ceskosl. Akad. Zemed. Ann. Czech. Acad. Agric., 10: 193-5 (1935)

The nutrient content of various emergency feedingstuffs
, Ztschr. Schweinezucht. 49: 109-110 (1942)

The nutrient relations of forests. VIII. The methods of determining the nutrient status of forest soils
, Bodenk. PflErnahr 28: 340-61 (1942)

The nutrient requirements and the symptoms of potash deficiency of some leguminous crops
, Ernahr. Pfl 30: 357-61; 372 (1934)

The nutrient requirements of certain medicinal plants
, Ernahr.Pfl, 33: 311 (1937)

The nutrient requirements of vines and their relation to manuring and soil nutrient reserves
, Wein u. Rebe. 24: 1-15 (1942)

The nutrient status of flue-cured tobacco
, New Zealand Jour Sci And Tech 25 B(5): 210-223 (1944)

The nutriment content of the principal pasture grasses and its utilisation by cattle
, Georgine 109: 285-6 ; 291 ; 300-1 ; 316 (1932)

The nutrition of Alder on poor soils.
, Lesnicka Prace 18: 26-35 (1939)

The nutrition of C. diphtheriae. Pantothenic acid as an essential growth factor for certain strains of C. diphtheriae gravis : the synthesis of some physiologically active compounds by C, diphtheriae cultures in, synthetic media
, Brit. J. Exp. Pathol 20: 396-408 (1939)

The nutrition of Filipino student officers
, Philippine J. Sci 87: 111-115 (1938)

The nutrition of Indian cattle. 1. Some nutritional aspects of cattle breeding
, Agric. and Live-Stock in India. 3: 549-554 (1933)

The nutrition of Indian cattle. 2. Malnutrition in relation to health and production capacity of animals
, Agric. and Live-stock in India 5: 115-123 (1935)

The nutrition of Proteus morganii. Amino acid and growth factor requirements
, Arch. Biochem 2: 323-332 (1943)

The nutrition of Staphylococcus aureus. The activities of nicotinamide, aneurin (vitamin B(1)) and related compounds
, Biochemical Journal 31(6): 966-973 (1937)

The nutrition of Staphylococcus aureus; nicotinic acid and vitamin B(1)
, Biochemical Journal 31(5): 731-737 (1937)

The nutrition of Streptococcus haemoyticus. Growth in a chemically defined mixture; need for vitamin B6
, Brit. J. Exp. Pathol 21: 25-38 (1940)

The nutrition of children at the present time
, Wien. klin. Wochenschr 53: 227-231 (1940)

The nutrition of fibre flax
, Kiserl. Kozlem, 45: 11 (1942)

The nutrition of flesh fly larvae, Lucilia sericata(Meig.)-2. The development of fat
, J. Exp. Zool 75: 169-178 (1937)

The nutrition of fruit trees
, Eighty-second A.R. Nova Scotia Fruitgrs' Ass, 71-81 (1945)

The nutrition of lettuce
, Ann Appl Biol 29(3): 213-218 (1942)

The nutrition of lettuces grown as sand cultures under glass
, Ann Appl Biol 27(1): 5-16 (1940)

The nutrition of mosquito larvae
, Jour Econ Ent 34(2): 275-281 (1941)

The nutrition of muck crops
, Better Crops with Plant Food 25(4): 11-16; 44-46 (1941)

The nutrition of our children in war time
, Wien. Klin. Wochenschr 53: 559-562 (1940)

The nutrition of patients with thermal burns
, Surg. Gynecol. Obstet 80: 449-469 (1945)

The nutrition of school children in Okecske
, Nepegeszsegugy 18: 121-125 (1937)

The nutrition of spinach
, Ann Appl Biol 29(2): 97-102 (1942)

The nutrition of the bacon lag. 9. Bie Lehmann method of pig tending, with perticular reference to the balance of the basal meal and the use of cooked potatoes and molaand beet pulp as the supplemental foods
, J. Agric. Sci 33: 155-168 (1943)

The nutrition of the bacon pig. 1. The influence of high levels of protein intake on growth, conformation and quality in the bacon pig
, J. Agric. Sci 26: 646-619 (1936)

The nutrition of the bacon pig. 10. The value of extracted palm-kernel meal in the feeding of the bacon pig
, J. Agric. Sci 35: 44-55 (1945)

The nutrition of the bacon pig. 2. The influence of high-protein intake on protein and mineral metabolism
, J.Agric. Sci 27: 569-583 (1937)

The nutrition of the bacon pig. 3. The minimum level of protein intake consistent with quick growth and satisfactory carcass quality
, J. Agric. Sci 29: 115-130 (1939)

The nutrition of the bacon pig. 5. The minimum level of protein intake consistent with quick growth and satisfactory carcass Quality. 2
, J. Agric. Sci 30: 83-97 (1940)

The nutrition of the bacon pig. 6. The minimum level of protein intake consistent with quick growth and satisfactory carcass quality. 3
, J. Agric. Sci 31: 232-245 (1941)

The nutrition of the bacon pig. 7. The chemical composition, digestibility and nutritive value of different types of swill
, J. Agric. Sci 32: 85-107 (1942)

The nutrition of the bacon pig. 8. The value of lawn-grass cuttings in the feeding of bacon pigs
, J. Agric. Sci 33: 101-112 (1943)

The nutrition of the bull
, Iowa Vet 16(5): 11-16; 26 (1945)

The nutrition of the carrot
, Ann Appl Biol 30(1): 1-7 (1943)

The nutrition of the carrot. II. Grown in a fen soil
, Jour Agric Sci 35(1): 30-32 (1945)

The nutrition of the cotton rat (Sigmondon hispidus hispidus)
, J. Nutrition. 27: 1-9 (1944)

The nutrition of the expectant mother from the point of view of the administrator
, J. Roy. Inst. Pub. Health Hyg 3: 75-80 (1940)

The nutrition of the forest crop
, Australian Forestry 7: 4-21 (1943)

The nutrition of the forest.
, Allg. Forst- u Jagdztg 119: 29-42, 64-75 (1943)

The nutrition of the pea
, Ann Appl Biol 31(1): 19-22 (1944)

The nutrition of the protozoa
, Biol Rev Cambridge Phil Soc 18(3): 119-136 (1943)

The nutrition of the radish
, Ann Appl Biol 30(4): 319-322 (1943)

The nutrition of the school child
, Ann. Rep. Chief Med. Officer Board of Education. H.M.S.O., (1937): 10-31. Price: 2s, (1936)

The nutrition of the spring cabbage
, Ann Appl Biol 28(3): 181-187 (1941)

The nutrition of turnips
, Ann Applied Biol 28: 1-7 (1941)

The nutrition of twins on a vegetable diet during pregnancy, the nursing period and infancy
, Amur. J. Dis. Child 42: 1384-1400. 4 figs (1931)

The nutrition of vegetables in sand
, Ann Appl Biol 31(1): 22-30 (1944)

The nutrition of war workers
, J. Amer. Dietetic Assoc 19: 95-97 (1943)

The nutrition problem
, Race Relations 6: 37-41 (1939)

The nutrition problem in South Africa
, S African Med Jour 13(3): 83-86 (1939)

The nutrition question
, Lancet 230: 583-585 (1936)

The nutrition requirements of puberty
, Quart. Butt. Health Organis. L.o.N 5: 549-553 (1936)

The nutrition situation in Hawaii
, J. Amer. Dietetic Assoc 18: 734-737 (1942)

The nutritional Value of Wood for the Larvae of H. bajulus
, Mitt. biol. Reichsanst, 65, 78-79 (1941)

The nutritional anaemias
, Lancet 221: 409-410 (1931)

The nutritional and digestive system aspects of pernicious anemia. (Fart 1)
, Amer. J. Digest. Dis. Nutrit 1: 857-863 (1935)

The nutritional and genetic aspects of wool production
, Proc. Amer. Soc. Animal Production. (Jan. 1934). 164-169 (1933)

The nutritional and metabolic significance of certain organic acids
, Jour Nutrition 13(6): 601-633 (1937)

The nutritional and practical aspects of quick-frozen foods
, J. Amer. Dietetic Aasoc 15: 377-379 (1939)

The nutritional aspect of bedsores
, Med. Rec. N.Y 154: 389-391 (1941)

The Nutritional Aspects of Milk Pasteurization
, American Journal of Public Health and the Nation's Health 24(9): 956-958 (1934)

The nutritional availability of iron in molasses
, Amer. J. Digest. Dis 6: 459-462 (1939)

The nutritional background of patients with rheumatoid arthritis
, New Engl. J. Med 229: 319-324 (1943)

The nutritional balance in sheep fed upon artificially dried fodders, particularly upon dried beet tops
, Listy cukrovar 57: 272 (1939)

The nutritional basis of child growth and development
, Arch. Pediat 61: 413-427; 464-488 (1944)

The nutritional basis of the artificial drying of home-grown fodders
, K. LantbrAkad. Tidskr 79: 211-30 (1940)

The nutritional deficiencies in farm mammals on natural feeds
, Ann. Rev. Biochem 13: 467-86 (1944)

The nutritional evaluation of crops containing protein, and connexions between the application of mineral fertilizers to plants and the plants' content of amino acids
, Bodenk. PflErnahr 17: 265-92 (1940)

The nutritional importance of preserved foods
, Schweiz. med. Wochenschr 72: 957-958 (1942)

The nutritional improvement of white rice
, Nation Res Counc Bull 112: 1-76 (1945)

The nutritional properties of red palm oil
, Malayan Med. J 9: 140-145 (1934)

The nutritional requirements in inanition. 1. Observations on the ability of single foodstuffs to prolong survival
, Bull. Johns Hopkins Hosp 74: 121-141 (1944)

The nutritional requirements in inanition. 2. The effect of mineral and vitamin supplements on the survival of animals on single foods
, Bull. Johns Hopkins Hosp 74: 142-151 (1944)

The Nutritional Requirements of Clostridium acidi-urici
, Journal of Bacteriology 47(3): 307-308 (1944)

The nutritional requirements of Zootermopsis (Termopsis) angusticollis
, J. Cell. and Comp. Physiol 4: 95-110 (1933)

The nutritional requirements of primates other than man
, Vitamins And Hormones 2: 71-105 (1944)

The nutritional requirements of the dog
, Nutrition Abst And Rev 13(3): 323-331 (1944)

The nutritional requirements of the growing chick
, Harper Adams Utility Poultry J 17: 462-465 (1932)

The nutritional requirements of the lactic acid bacteria
, J. Dairy Res, 10: 186 (1939)

The nutritional requirements of title dog
, N. Amer. Vet 25: 657-666 (1944)

The nutritional requirements of trout
, State of New York Conservation Dept., Bur. Fish Culture, Rep. of Exp. Work at the Cortland Hatchery. 34 (1933)

The nutritional role of cholesterol in human coronary arteriosclerosis
, Ann. Int. Med 20: 948-953 (1944)

The nutritional role of microflora in the alimentary tract. Synthesis of vitamins by micro-organisms of the alimentary tract
, Proc. Nutr. Soc 3: 217-229 (1945)

The nutritional role of microflora in the alimentary tract. The production and adsorption of the volatile acids in the rumen
, Proc. Nutr. Soc 3: 238-243 (1945)

The nutritional role of microflora in the alimentary tract. The utilization of volatile acids
, Proc. Nutr. Soc 3: 247-251 (1945)

The nutritional role of microflora in the alimentary tract. Volatile fatty acids in the rumen of the sheep
, Proc. Nutr. Soc 3: 243-247 (1945)

The nutritional role of the microflora in the alimentary tract. The formation of protein
, Proc. Nutrit. Soc 3: 203-216 (1945)

The nutritional significance of amino acids and proteins
, Amer. J. Digest. Dis 12: 80-85 (1945)

The nutritional significance of grass
, Chron. Bot 7: 301-3 (1943)

The nutritional significance of inositol
, Jour Nutrition 28(5): 305-314 (1944)

The nutritional situation in the camps of the unoccupied zone of France in 1941 and 1942 and its consequences
, New England Jour Med 230(11): 303-314 (1944)

The nutritional state of staff in a London sector hospital
, Brit. Med. J, 2: 171 (1943)

The nutritional status of Cambridge school-children
, Brit Med Jour (4362): 201-205 (1944)

The nutritional status of children and mothers of industrial towns
, Med. Officer. 72: 93-94; 101-102 (1944)

The nutritional status of factory workers
, Pub. Health. 57: 109-111 (1944)

The nutritional status of so-called underweight schoolchildren
, Acta paediat 27: 437-451 (1940)

The nutritional vahie of milk
, Canad. Dairy and Ice Cream J 17: 19-24 (1938)

The nutritional value of a poor South African dietary and of certain dietary supplements, as tested on rats
, S. Afr. J. med. Sci 9(1): 21-30 (1944)

The nutritional value of beet and cane molasses and their use in cattle feeding
, Bull. Soc. Sci. d'Hyg. Aliment 19: 103-116. 5 figs (1931)

The nutritional value of flour and its importance for the health of man
, Trav. Inst. Hyg. pub. Tchechosl 9: 113-120 (1938)

The nutritional value of green fodder
, De dietetische waarde van groenvoeder, NaCoVo-boekje, No. 6. 's-Hertogenbosch, 78. Price: 40 ct, (1936)

The nutritional value of green vegetables and eggs as supplement to a cereal diet
, Chinese Med Jour 49(11): 1264-1266 (1935)

The nutritional value of milk. Experimental evidence from Maori school-children
, N.Z. Med. J 31: 109-111 (1932)

The nutritional value of milks-raw vs. pasteurised and summer vs. winter
, J. Dairy Sci 17: 763-770 (1934)

The nutritional value of parthenocarpic tomatoes
, Ann Rept Agric And Hort Res Sta Univ Bristol 1944: 179-184 (1945)

The nutritional value of some common carbohydrates, fats, and proteins studied in rats by the single food choice method
, American Journal of Physiology 133(1): 29-42 (1941)

The nutritional value of soy flour
, Bakers Digest 16: 247-248; 251 (1942)

The nutritional value of soybeans
, Amer. J. Digest. Dis 5: 177-183 (1938)

The Nutritional Value of Sunflower Seed Meal
, Science 101(2626): 438-439 (1945)

The nutritional value of the protein of edible fungi
, Chemikerzt'g, Nr. 3/4, 33-4 (1943)

The nutritional value of various protein fractions of the peanut
, Jour Biol Chem 122(3): 781-789 (1938)

The nutritional value of whole wheat and whole rice in regard to the growth, haemoglobin and calcium and inorganic phosphorus of the serum and bone of the albino rat
, Contributions from the Biological Laboratory of the Science Society of China, Zoological Series 11: 97-107 (1935)

The nutritional, dietetic and therapeutic use of algae from the White Sea.
, Collected Papers State Med. Inst. Archangel. 3: 118-142 (1937)

The nutritional-physiological problem of the mycorrhiza
, Umschau 43(12): 272-275 (1939)

The nutritionist and the health of the community
, J. Amer. Dietetic Assoc 13: 305-311 (1937)

The nutritions of mycorrhiza plants: Calluna vulgaris
, Brit. Journ. Exper. Biol 2(2): 265-292 (1925)

The nutritive and hygienic value of cocoa and chocolate
, Rev. d'Hyg 53: 570-580 (1931)

The Nutritive Aspects of Human Milk
, Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 4(4): 451-466 (1932)

The nutritive deficiencies of gelatin
, American Journal of Hygiene 19(1): 260-269 (1934)

The nutritive deficiency of milk with specific reference to manganese, energy and pituitary relations
, American Journal of Physiology 103(2): 468-479 (1933)

The nutritive importance of the B complex
, Med. Rec. N.Y 148: 71-73 (1938)

The nutritive properties of poultry feedstuffs
, Rep. Cornell agric. Exp. Sta, 149-150 (1943)

The nutritive properties of protein, vitamins B and G, and the germ in rye
, Jour Agric Res 49(3): 169-181 (1934)

The nutritive properties of soybeanegg powder, a substitute for cow's milk in infant dietary
, Chinese J. Physiol 9: 27-42 (1935)

The nutritive properties of the crop-milk of pigeons
, American Journal of Physiology 102(2): 285-292 (1932)

The nutritive properties of tobacco seed
, Connecticut Agric. Exp. Stat. Bull, 339, 609-624 (1932)

The nutritive protein value of five varieties of rice
, Philippine J. Sci 51: 567-573 (1933)

The nutritive quality of some plant proteins and the supplemental effect of some protein concentrates on patent flour and whole wheat
, Cereal Chem 22(4): 287-295 (1945)

The nutritive ratio of rations tor dairy cows. The effect on yield and quality of milk
, Sev. Rev. agron. vet. Buenos Aires. 10: 221-236 (1943)

The nutritive requirements during the first year of life. A. Introduction
, Bull. Health Organis. L. o. N 6: 291-292 (1937)

The nutritive requirements during the first year of life. B. Recommendations made by the experts
, Bull. Health Organis. L. o. N 6: 293-298 (1937)

The nutritive requirements of the dairy cow expressed in accord with a new method of application of the net energy conception
, Conference Papers, Internat. Dairy Congr., Copenhagen. Sect. 1 Scand. Ed: 237-247 (1931)

The nutritive requirements of the growing calf
, Conference Papers, Internat. Dairy Congr, Sect. 1, Scand. Ed: 146-157 (1931)

The nutritive requirements of the milk cow
, Conference Papers, Internat. Dairy Congr., Copenhagen. Sect. 1 Scand. Ed: 84-91 (1931)

The nutritive significance of the amino acids
, Physiol Rev 18(1): 109-136 (1938)

The Nutritive Significance of the Amino Acids and Certain Related Compounds
, Science 86(2231): 298-300 (1937)

The nutritive status of pampas grass
, Proc. 5th Ann. Conf. N. Z. Soc. Anim. Prod, 84-8 (1945)

The nutritive tubers of the Peru Oka
, C.R. Acad. Agric. Fr 31: 373-4 (1945)

The nutritive value and cost of the Philippine constabulary ration
, Philippine J. Set. 62: 89-114 (1937)

The nutritive value and efficiency of mineralized milk
, American Journal of Physiology 102(2): 319-324 (1932)

The nutritive value and use of dried fruit
, Farming in S. Africa. 18: 37-39 (1941)

The nutritive value at outsider game
, Emahrung 8: 122-125 (1943)

The nutritive value for growing swine of the proteins of linseed meal and of cottonseed meal, both alone and in combination with the proteins of corn
, Jour Agric Res 42(8): 743-748 (1931)

The nutritive value of content beets in comparison with that of bulk beets.
, Z. Tierernahr 7: 22-103 (1943)

The nutritive value of Australian tropical fruits
, Agric. Gaz. N. S. W 54: 568-569 (1943)

The nutritive value of British beers
, Practitioner 137: 760-766 (1936)

The nutritive value of Far Eastern meadow hay
, Za Kormovuyu Bazu 1(4-5): 56-7 (1931)

The nutritive value of Festuca, prateosis, Cynosuras cristatus, and Avena elatior, and their yield of digestible nutriment per unit area
, Bull. Czech. Acad. Agric 8: 587-91 (1932 )

The Nutritive Value of Fusaria
, Science 101(2624): 388-389 (1945)

The nutritive value of Hungarain soybeans
, Mezogazdasagri Kozlony 7: 168 (1934)

The nutritive value of Indian foods and the planning of satisfactory diets
, Health Bull 23. Manager of Publications., Delhi., 23, 48. Price: 3d, (1937)

The nutritive value of Indian vegetable food-stuffs. 5. The nutritive value of ragi (Eleusine coracana)
, Indian J. Med. Res 22: 373-382 (1934)

The nutritive value of South African feeding stuffs. 2. Digestible nutrients and metabolizable energy of lucerne hay at different planes of intake for sheep
, Onderstepoort J. Vet. Sci 20: 85-95 (1944)

The nutritive value of South-West African forage plants. (Preliminary communication.)
, Tropenpflanzer 43: 141-53 (1940)

The nutritive value of a mixed diet comprising cereals and small amount of animal proteins
, Chinese, Nutrit. Bull, 3, 10-16 (1943)

The nutritive value of alfalfa hay. 1. Cystine as a supplement to an all alfalfa hay ration for milk production
, J. Dairy Sci 25: 507-15 (1942)

The nutritive value of alfalfa hay. EL Starch sad glucose as supplements to an all-alfalfa hay ration
, J.Dairy Sci 27: 821-33 (1944)

The nutritive value of alfalfa hay. II. Starch and glucose as supplements to an all alfalfa hay ration
, Jour Dairy Sci 27(10): 821-833 (1944)

The nutritive value of alfalfa leaves and stems
, Jour Agric Res 47(12): 919-945 (1933)

The nutritive value of alkali-treated cereal straws
, Indian J. Vet. Sci 12: 263-296 (1942)

The nutritive value of ammoniated sugar-beet pulp
, Jour Agric Sci 33(2): 95-100 (1943)

The nutritive value of an alfalfa hay ration compared with a mixed grass and legume hay and grass silage ration for dairy cattle
, J. Dairy Sci 22: 448-9 (1939)

The nutritive value of animal proteins. The biological values of fishmeal, whale and fishmeal, meatmeal, meat and bonemeal, crayfishmeal, and white fishmeal
, Onderstepoort J. Vet. Sci, 16: 191 (1941)

The nutritive value of animal tissues in growth, reproduction and lactation. 1. Alcohol-extracted beef liver
, J. Nutrition. 7: 195-207 (1934)

The nutritive value of animal tissues in growth, reproduction and lactation. 2. The presence of a new dietary principal in liver
, J. Nutrition. 7: 209-219 (1934)

The nutritive value of animal tissues in growth, reproduction and lactation. 3. The nutritive value of beef heart, kidney, round and liver after heating and after alcohol extraction
, J. Nutrition. 10: 271-288 (1935)

The nutritive value of artificially dried grass and its effect on the quality of milk produced by cows of the main dairy breeds
, J. Agric. Sci 26: 189-209 (1930)

The nutritive value of artificially dried grass and its effect on the quality of milk produced by cows of the main dairy breeds
, J. agric. Sci 26: 189-211 (1936)

The nutritive value of artificially dried sweat lupins
, Biederm. Zbl. B. Tierernahr 11: 273-5 (1939)

The Nutritive Value of Bread: Fortified White Flour and National Wheatmeal Compared
, British Medical Journal 2(4219): 689-692 (1941)

The nutritive value of candy bats. Their importance in the wartime diet as an energy food
, Med. Rec. N. Y 156: 23-24; 46-47; 91-93; 114-116 (1943)

The nutritive value of canned foods
, Canad. Med. Assoc. J 40: 174-177 (1939)

The nutritive value of canned foods : 6. Effect of large-scale preparation for serving on the ascorbic acid, thiaruin, and riboflavin content of commerciallyrcanned vegetables
, J. Amer. Dietetic Assoc 20: 752-756 (1944)

The nutritive value of canned foods : 7. Effect of small-scale preparation on the ascorbic acid, thiamin, and riboflavin content of commerciallycanned vegetables
, J. Amer. Dietetic Assoc 21: 7-10 (1945)

The nutritive value of canned foods. 1. Introduction and sampling procedure
, J. Nutrition. 28: 101-105 (1944)

The nutritive value of canned foods. 10. Further studies on riboflavin, niacin and pantothenic acid
, J. Amer. Dietetic Assoc 21: 357-359 (1945)

The nutritive value of canned foods. 2. Ascorbic acid and carotene or vitamin A content
, J. Nutrition. 28: 107-116 (1944)

The nutritive value of canned foods. 3. Thiamine and niaoin
, J. Nutrition. 28: 117-121 (1944)

The nutritive value of canned foods. 4. Riboflavin and pantothenic acid
, J. Nutrition. 28: 123-129 (1944)

The nutritive value of canned foods. 5. Distribution of water soluble vitamins between solid and liquid portions of canned vegetables and fruits
, J. Nutrition. 28: 131-140 (1944)

The nutritive value of canned foods. 8. Distribution of proximate and mineral nutrients in the drained and liquid portions of canned vegetables
, J. Amer. Dietetic Assoc 21: 354-356 (1945)

The nutritive value of cara
, Ann. Fac. Med. Univ. Sao Paulo. 15: 97-111 (1939)

The nutritive value of cassava roots
, Ann. Sep. Dept. Vet. Sci. Animal Husb., Tanganyika. 81-82 (1937)

The nutritive value of certain animal protein concentrates
, J. Nutrition. 5: 503-517 (1932)

The nutritive value of certain fish meals as determined in tests with swine and rats
, Jour Agric Res 66(3): 125-134 (1943)

The nutritive value of corn cobs in beef cattle rations
, Jour Animal Sci 4(4): 373-386 (1945)

The nutritive value of corn meal preserved silages
, J. Anim. Sci 2(4): 361-362 (1943)

The nutritive value of corn oil meal and feather protein
, Ioiva Agric Exp Sta Res Bull 326: 163-184 (1944)

The nutritive value of cowpea seeds
, Ann. Rep. Dept. Vet. Sci. Animal Husb., Tanganyika. 83-85 (1937)

The nutritive value of cress (Coronopus pinnatifidus, Coronopus didymus, quimpi or quimpe'). Chemical composition
, Rev. Asoc. argent. Dietologia. 2: 54-56 (1944)

The nutritive value of dehydrated vegetables
, Journal American Dietetic Assoc 19(1): 13-17 (1943)

The nutritive value of distflters' by-products
, Poultry Sci 18: 89-95 (1939)

The nutritive value of dried fruit and vegetables
, Fruit Prod. J 22: 69-72; 91; 111-4; 136-7; 171-4; 181. bibls. 24 (1942)

The nutritive value of dried tomato pomace
, Poultry Sci 18(1): 45-47 (1939)

The nutritive value of extracted ground cottonseed cake for dairy cows
, ForschDienst 17(3): 145-148 (1944)

The nutritive value of fish meals and fish cakes
, Bull. Agric. Chem. Soc. Japan. 13: 111-114 (1937)

The nutritive value of fruits, vegetables and nuts
, M.R.C. Spec. Rep. Ser. No. 213. H. M. S. O., 107. Price: 2s. net, (1936)

The nutritive value of fungi 2. The vitamin B, G and B4 content of the mycelium of Aspergillus sydowi
, J. Nutrition. 9: 691-700 (1935)

The nutritive value of green berseem (Egyptian clover), hay and silage
, J. Animal Sci 8: 279-285 (1940)

The nutritive value of green immature soybeans
, Jour Agric Res 49(3): 161-167 (1934)

The nutritive value of groundnut cake made by primitive methods
, Ann. Rep. Dept. Vet. Sci. and Animal Husb., Tanganyika Territory, (1935). 83-85 (1934)

The nutritive value of harvested forages. Yearb. U.S
, Dep. Agric, 956-91 (1939)

The nutritive value of hay from cultivated meadows as determined by digestibility trials with milking cows
, Lauksaimn. Menesr, 11, 661-704 (1935)

The nutritive value of hay in mountainous districts
, Tidsskr. norske Landbr 47: 159-64 (1940)

The Nutritive Value Of Human Plasma For The Rat
, Journal of Clinical Investigation 23(5): 705-707 (1944)

The nutritive value of i fungi. 3. The growth of rats on supplemented and unsupplemented mold proteins
, J. Nutrition. 9: 701-714 (1935)

The nutritive value of keratins. 2. Powdered swine hoofs in poultry rations
, Poultry Sci 22: 275-276 ; 290 (1943)

The nutritive value of kolukkattai grass (Pennisetum cenchroides) dried artificially
, Agric. and Livestock in India. 2: 380-382 (1932)

The nutritive value of lactose
, Jour Nutrition 8(4): 377-383 (1934)

The nutritive value of lactose in man
, Jour Nutrition 9(6): 715-724 (1935)

The nutritive value of legume hays
, Ann. Rep. Dept. Vet. Sci. and Animal Husb., Tanganyika. 104-107 (1936)

The nutritive value of legume husks
, J. Agric Sci. 24: 260-8 (1934)

The nutritive value of local fodders
, Symposium of scientific papers on feeding of sheep, Vorosilovsk., 109-21 (1939)

The nutritive value of maize as a feed for various breeds of poultry
, Wiss. Ber. 6. Weltgeflugelkongr., Berlin and Leipzig. Vol. 1: 302-305 (1936)

The nutritive value of manioc.
, O Hospital 26: 879-894 (1944)

The nutritive value of marine products. 11. Proximate analysis of canned British Columbia coho (blueback) salmon
, J. Biol Board Canada. 2: 463-468 (1936)

The nutritive value of marine products. 13. Mineral constituents of the flesh, skin, bone and free liquor in canned British Columbia coho (blueback) salmon
, J. Biol Board Canada. 2: 473-475 (1936)

The nutritive value of marine products. 14. Proximate analyses of fresh British Columbia oysters
, J. Biol Board Canada. 2: 477-484 (1936)

The nutritive value of marine products. 15. Proximate analyses of canned British Columbia crabs, shrimps and clams
, J. Fish. Res. Board Canada. 5: 344-346 (1942)

The nutritive value of marine products. 5. The vitamin A content of ling cod liver oil. Preliminary note
, Contrib. Canad. Biol. and Fish, 7c: 407-412 (1933)

The nutritive value of marine products. 6. The vitamin A potency of salmon liver oil
, Contrib. Canad. Biol. and Fish 8(21): 267-274 (1934)

The nutritive value of marine products. 7. The vitamin A and D potency of the oils from British Columbia canned salmon
, J. Biol. Board Canada. 3: 431-437 (1936)

The nutritive value of marine products. 8. Proximate analysis of canned British Columbia sockeye and pink salmon
, J. Biol Board Canada. 2: 439-455 (1936)

The nutritive value of marine products. 9. Proximate analysis of British Columbia canned pilchard
, J. Biol Board Canada. 2: 457-460 (1936)

The nutritive value of meadow hay
, J. Minist. Agric. Engl 44: 247-260 (1937)

The nutritive value of milk supplemented with minerals as an exclusive diet for rats. Comparison of equal volumes of summer and winter milk before and after laboratory pasteurisation
, J. Dairy Res 8: 282-306 (1937)

The nutritive value of mixed proteins. The biological value of the proteins of a mixture of yellow maize seed and grape seeds, and a mixture of yellow maize seed and camelthorn pods (Acacia giraffae)
, Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci 20: 213-22 (1945)

The nutritive value of packing-house byproducts prepared by the wet and dry rendering processes
, Proc. Amer. Soc. Animal Prod: 115-120 (1935)

The nutritive value of papaya
, Biochemical Journal 31(1): 1-11 (1937)

The nutritive value of peat residue for pigs
, Ztachr. Tierernahrung Futtermittellc 6: 43-54 (1941)

The nutritive value of pentosan. 3. Decomposition of xylan by alimentary canal-bacteria.
, J. Agric. Chem. Soc. Japan. 12: 587-594 (1936)

The nutritive value of plants on grazed pastures in the Karakul (sheep) breeding districts of the Uzbek S.S.R
, Doklady Vsesojuz. Akad. S.-H. Nauk, 21, 21-6 (1940)

The nutritive value of potato protein for the pig
, Biochemical Journal 37(5): 550-562 (1943)

The nutritive value of powdered wade milk
, Med. J. Austral 2: 392-400 (1939)

The nutritive value of protein. 1. The effect of processing on oat protein
, J. Nutrition 26: 519-526 (1943)

The nutritive value of proteins for maintenance
, J. Dairy Res 6: 289-302 (1935)

The nutritive value of proteins for milk production. 1. A comparison of the proteins of beans, linseed and meat meal
, J. Dairy Res, 4: 177 (1933)

The nutritive value of proteins for milk production. 2. A comparison of the proteins of blood meal, pea meal, decorticated earth-nut cake, and a mixture of decorticated earthnut cake and flaked maize
, J. Dairy Res 5: 1-14 (1933)

The nutritive value of proteins for milk production. 3. The determination of the amino acids of various feeds
, J. Dairy Res 5: 108-112 (1934)

The nutritive value of proteins for milk production. 4. A comparison of the proteins of (a) spring and autumn grass, (b) grass conserved as silage (A.I.V. acid treated, molasses treated and ordinary untreated), and (c) grass conserved by drying, with notes on (i) the effect of heat treatment on the nutritive value and (ii) the supplementary relations of food proteins
, J. Dairy Res 7: 97-121 (1936)

The nutritive value of proteins for milk production. 5, The effect of high temperature and of season on the nutritive value of grass proteins, the supplementary effect of the maintenance ration on the production ration, and the effect of feeding a highprotein ration
, J. Dairy Res 10: 165-185 (1939)

The nutritive value of pure fatty acid esters
, J. Biol. Chem, 97: xxxvii-xxxviii (1932)

The nutritive value of raw and pasteurized milk for calves. The assimilation and retention of nitrogen, phosphorus and calcium
, J. Dairy Res 7: 228-237 (1936)

The nutritive value of ready-to-eat breakfast cereals
, Jour Society Chem Indust london 64(11): 302-304 (1945)

The nutritive value of rice
, Jour Malaya Branch Brit Med Assoc 3(3): 213-227 (1939)

The nutritive value of roughages, with special reference to rations of pasture alone and alfalfa alone
, Proc. Amer. Soc. Animal Prod, 47-55 (1940)

The nutritive value of seaweed
, Meld. Norg. LandbrH phi gsk 19: 451-541 (1939)

The nutritive value of silkworm pupa: protein concentrates.
, Nutrit. Bull, 4, 1-4 (1944)

The nutritive value of silkworm pupae.
, Nutrition Bull. China. 1: 1-7 (1941)

The nutritive value of skim-milk powders, with special reference to the sensitivity of milk proteins to heat
, Jour Agric Res 51(12): 1107-1121 (1935)

The nutritive value of some East African cereals
, Ann. Rep. Dept. Vet. Sci. and Animal Husb., Tanganyika. 98-104 (1936)

The nutritive value of some East African pig foods
, Ann. Rep. Dept. Vet. Sci. and Animal Hush. Tanganyika. 88-98 (1936)

The nutritive value of some Tan. ganyika foods. 2. Cassava
, East African Agric. J 6: 154-159 (1941)

The nutritive value of some Tanganyika foods. 1. The banana
, East African Agric. J 6: 105-108 (1940)

The nutritive value of some fats
, Ernahrung 7: 65-74 (1942)

The nutritive value of soy beans with preliminary observations on the quality of pork produced
, Proc. Amer. Soc. Animal Production. ( 1933). 127-130 (1932)

The nutritive value of sweet lupins
, Landbouwk. Tijdschr 49: 758-67 (1937)

The nutritive value of the chestnut
, Bull. Hung. Coll. Hort 8: 122-27 (1942)

The nutritive value of the egg
, Chem and Indust London 59(21): 360-363 (1940)

The nutritive value of the fatty acid fractions of butter fat
, Jour Dairy Sci 23(12): 1205-1210 (1940)

The nutritive value of the fatty acids of butter including their effect on the utilization of carotene
, Jour Nutrition 29(5): 349-360 (1945)

The nutritive value of the fatty acids of lard and some of their esters
, Jour Biol Chem 108(2): 431-438 (1935)

The nutritive value of the fodder mallow
, Landw. Jb 83: 555-84 (1936)

The nutritive value of the mountain apple Eugenia malaccensis or Jambosa malaccensis
, Philippine Jour Sci 53(3): 211-221 (1934)

The nutritive value of the natural pastures of the Union of South Africa
, Farming S Africa 15(171): 229-232 (1940)

The nutritive value of the pods of Acacia arabicaandDichrostachys glomerata
, Ann. Rep. Dept. Vet. Sci. and Animal Husb., Tanganyika Territory, (1935). 79-82 (1934)

The nutritive value of the pro teins of rice and its by-products. 2. Effect of amino acid additions on growth
, Cereal Chem 17: 473-476 (1940)

The nutritive value of the protein of a few South African soybean meals
, Onderstepoort Jour Vet Sci And Animal Indust 19(1/2): 161-168 (1944)

The nutritive value of the protein of cabbage and of sweet potato
, Chinese J. Physiol 9: 141-148 (1935)

The nutritive value of the proteins of alfalfa hay and clover hay when fed alone and in combination with the proteins of corn
, Jour Agric Res 48(6): 555-570 (1934)

The nutritive value of the proteins of corn-gluten meal, linseed meal, and soybean-oil meal
, Jour Agric Res 51(5): 401-412 (1935)

The nutritive value of the proteins of edible mushrooms
, Biochem. Ztschr 308: 413-419 (1941)

The nutritive value of the proteins of nuts in comparison with the nutritive value of beef proteins
, J. Nutrition. 14: 597-608 (1937)

The nutritive value of the proteins of rice and its by-products. 3. Amino acid content
, Cereal Chem 18: 349-354 (1941)

The nutritive value of the proteins of the cashew nut
, Rev. med. brsail 10: 121-141 (1941)

The nutritive value of tropical fruits in Australia
, Food Pres. Quart. Aust 3: 45-50. bibl. 9 (1943)

The nutritive value of various fats
, Ernahrung 7(3): 65-74 (1942)

The nutritive value of various fats and oils for white rats
, Ernahrung 8(9): 209-224 (1943)

The nutritive value of velvet beans
, Rep. Dep. vet. Sci. Tanganyika, Pt. 2, 43-5 (1938)

The nutritive value of weeds in the pasture. 1. Carotene and vitamin C contents and their fluctuation
, J. Agric. Chem. Soc. Japan. 16: 519-525 (1940)

The nutritive value of weeds in the pasture. 2. Vitamin B1 and riboflavin contents
, J. Agric. Ghent. Soc. Japan. 16: 526-527 (1940)

The nutritive value of wheat germ protein
, Cereal Chem 20(2): 141-148 (1943)

The nutritive value of wheat germ, corn germ, and oat proteins
, Federation Proceedings 3: 120-123 (1944)

The nutritive value of wheaten products
, Biochemical Journal 33(5): 853-858 (1939)

The nutritive value of white and whole wheat breads
, Cereal Chem 20(6): 645-660 (1943)

The nutritive value of yeast protein: comparison of the supplementary values of yeast protein and casein for maize protein in the nutrition of the pig
, Biochemical Journal 36(5-6): 460-477 (1942)

The nutritive value of yeast proteins
, Federation Proceedings 3: 123-128 (1944)

The nutritive value ol alfalfa hay. 2. Starch and glucose as supplements to an all alfalfa hay ration
, J. Dairy Sci 27: 821-833 (1944)

The nutritive values of some Tanganyika grasses
, Empire Jour Exp Agric 9(33): 23-28 (1941)

The nutritive values of some forage crops of Puerto Rico. 2. Legumes, grasses, and a mixture
, J. Agric. Univ. Puerto Rico. 22: 455-481 (1938)

The nutritive values of some forage crops of Puerto Rico. 3. Grasses, legumes, and mixtures
, J. Agric. Univ. Puerto Rico. 24: 3-31 (1940)

The nutritivevalue of wheat for building and rebuilding the organism
, Problema aliment 2: 31-33 (1938)

The oak in Swedish forestry
, Svensk Papp Tidn 47: 522 (1944)

The oak. The trolls' and Vasaking's favourite
, Skogsagaren 20: 169-72 (1944)

The oat harvests must be increased
, Lantmannen 28: 1096-97 (1944)