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Ternowsky, M.F. 1941: The role of wild growing Nicotiana species in tobacco breeding. Vestnik Gibridizacii (Hybridization), 2, 61-66
Fischer, A. 1937: The role of wild growing tomatoes in breeding tomatoes for early ripening, disease resistance, firmness of fruit and flavour. Zuchter 9: 231-8
Racnik, J.; Slavec, B.; Trilar, T.; Dovc, A.; Zadravec, M.; Krapez, U.; Maganja, D.B.; Rojs, O.Z. 2007: The role of wild living passerine birds in the ecology of some infectious diseases in poultry. Proceedings of the 7th Symposium of Poultry Days 2007 with international participation, Porec, Croatia, 7-10 May 2005: 96-100
Dadswell, H.E. 1939: The role of wood anatomy in forest botany. Australia Counc Sci And Indust Res Jour 12(2): 137-143
Maynard, L.A.; Johnson, P.E. 1938: The role of yeast vitamins in the growth and lactation of dairy cattle. Rep. Cornell agric. Exp. Sta 110-111
Porter, R.H. 1945: The role played by a modern seed laboratory in crop production. Anal. Univ. Costa Rica 3: 9-24
Ross, W.H.; Yee, J.Y. 1945: The role played by bags in the storage of ammonium nitrate. Amer. Fert, 102: 7, 7-10; 24; 26; 28; 30
Marzinovsky, D. E.I 1914: The role played by insects in spreading infectious diseases. Nature. St. Petersburg (?), 714-735
Seyle, H. 1943: The role played by the gastrointestinal tract in the absorption and excretion of riboflavin. Jour Nutrition 25(2): 137-142
Sbarsky, I.B. 1936: The role, of erythrocytes in protein-metabolism. 3. Distribution of amino-nitrogen between erythrocytes and plasma. Butt. Biol. Med. exp. U.R.S.S 1: 125-127
Kondo, S. 2006: The roles of jasmonates in fruit color development and chilling injury. Acta Horticulturae 727: 45-53
Delhaize, E.; Gruber, B.D.; Ryan, P.R. 2007: The roles of organic anion permeases in aluminium resistance and mineral nutrition. Febs Letters 581(12): 2255-2262
Martin, R.H. 1944: The romance of Australian viticulture. J. Dep. Agric. S. Aust 47: 384-7
Davies, W. 1934: The romance of grassland. Sci. J. Roy. Coll. Sci 4: 96-105
Skullerud, K. 1938: The root crop question. Norsk Landbr, 4: 185
Braun, H. 1930: The root destroyer of the Potato, Rhizoctonia solani K. Monogr. zum Pflunzenachutz. J. Springer, Berlin., 5: 136
Evans, T.W. 1931: The root development of New Zealand browntop, Chewing's fescue and fine-leaved sheep's fescue under putting green conditions. J. Bd. Greenk. Res 2: 119-24
West, E.S. 1934: The root distribution of some agricultural plants. Jour Counc Sci And Indust Res Australia 7(2): 87-93
Hodson, W.E.H. 1937: The root eel-worm, Heterodera schachtii, Schmidt, in relation to agricultural crops. Agric. Prog 14: 247-251
Hodson, W.E.H. 1937: The root eelworm, Heterodera schtii Schmidt, in relation to agricultural crops. Agricultural Progress 14(3): 247-251
D.Fluiter, H.J. 1938: The root fungus and Hevea clearings. Bergcultures 12: 37, 1258-1266
Cole, H.E.; Holch, A.E. 1941: The root habits of certain weeds of southeastern Nebraska. Ecology 22(2): 141-147
Pfaltzer, A.; De Fluiter, H.J. 1941: The root louse fungus, Polyporus coffeae Wakef. Arch. Koffiecult. Ned.-Ind 15(1): 121-142
Borm, L. 1931: The root nodules of Hippophae rhamnoides and Alnus glutinosa. Bot, Arch 31(3-4): 441-488
Bjalfve, G. 1935: The root nodules of different varieties of legumes, the nitrogen content of the legumes and their effect on the nitrogen economy of the soil. K. LandtbrAkad. Handl. Stockh 74: 963-97; 995-6
Saxton, W.T. 1930: The root nodules of the Podocarpaceae. So African Jour Sci 27: 323-325
Schmidt, E.W. 1937: The root rot agent Phoma betae as leaf-spot fungus of the Beet. Dtsch. Zuckerindustr 62(44): 988-989
Gard, M. 1925: The root rot of Walnuts. The basis of curative treatment. Rev. de Bot. Appliquee 5(43): 217-222
Mcgeorge, W.T. 1925: The root rot problem of Sugar Cane. the Proceedings of the Hawaiian Section of the American Chemical Society Honolulu November 1, in Facts about Sugar, 1925. 20: 31, 730-732
Fron, G.Gaillat, Mlle 1925: The root scorch disease of Gramineae. Comptes Rendus Acad. d'Agric. de France 11(4): 119-122
Ivanov, P.K. 1939: The root system and drought resistance of different varieties of wheat. Sotsialisticeskoe Zemovoe Khozjaistvo (Socialistic Grain Farming), Saratov, 6, 129-41
Nutman, F.J. 1934: The root system of Coffea arabica. III. The spatial distribution of the absorbing area of the root. Emp. J. exp. Agric 2: 293-302
Councilman, W.T. 1923: The Root System of Epigaea Repens and its Relation to the Fungi of the Humus. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 9(8): 279-285
Keil, G. 1940: The root system of T. officinale. A study of the root type as affected by the soil. Beih. bot. Cbl. Abt. A 60: 57-96
Rotmistrov, V. 1939: The root system of agricultural plants and yield. Sovet. Agron, 8, 61-74
Mccreary, C.W.R.; Mcdonald, J.A.; Mulloon, V.I.; Hardy, F. 1943: The root system of cacao. Results of some preliminary investigations in Trinidad. Tropical Agriculture 20: 207-220
Kolesnikov, V.A. 1930: The root system of fruit tree seedlings. Jour Pomol And Hort Sci 8(3): 197-203
Kolesnikov, V.A. 1939: The root system of fruit trees in relation to agrotechnique in gardens. Sadovod-stvo 4: 36-39
Taranets, M.P. 1940: The root system of green manure crops in the humid subtropics of U.S.S.R.. Soviet Subtropics 3 (67), 33-6
Buschman, V.V. 1939: The root system of lucerne and its practical significance. Soc. zern. Hoz, 4, 97-108
Nedolya, I.K. 1940: The root system of ramie.. Soviet Subtropics 3 (67), 37-9
Day, M.W. 1941: The root system of red pine saplings. Jour Forest 39(5): 468-472
Horosailov, N.G. 1940: The root system of sainfoin. Vestnik Socialisticeskogo Rastenievodstva (Soviet Plant Industry Record), 3, 87-94
Evans, H. 1935: The root system of the sugar-cane. Emp. J. exp. Agric 3: 351-62
Evans, H. 1936: The root system of the sugar-cane. II. Some typical root systems. Emp. J. exper. Agric 4: 208-20
Evans, H. 1936: The root system of the sugar-cane. III. The early development of root systems in Mauritius. Emp. J. exper. Agric 4: 325-31
Evans, H. 1937: The root system of the sugar-cane. IV. Absorption and exudation of water and mineral substances. Emp. J. exp. Agric 5: 112-24
Barnard, C. 1932: The root system of the sultana. J. Council Sci. and Indus. Res. (Aust.). 5: 88-93
Bannan, M.W. 1940: The root systems of northern Ontario conifers growing in sand. American Journal of Botany 27(2): 108-114
Tydeman, H.M. 1936: The root systems of some 3-year-old trees of Lane's Prince Albert on two selected rootstoeks (Malling II x Northern Spy). Annu. Rep. East Malling Res. Sta. for 1936. A19: 107-10
Beakbane, A.B.; De Wet, A.F. 1935: The root systems of some Bramley's Seedling apple trees. Annu. Rep. East Matting Res. Sta. for 1935. A18: 87-9
Tydeman, H.M. 1936: The root systems of some new varieties of apple rootstock. Ann. Rep. E. Malling Res. Sta., 1936. 87-91
Puster 1940: The root systems of stumps as an aid to forestry.. Forstwiss. Cbl 62: 198-204
Castellanos, A. 1944: The root tubercles of Alnus jorullensis var. spachii.. Lilloa 10(2): 413-6
Castellanos, A. 1944: The root tubercles of the Alder ('Alnus jorullensis' H.B.K. var. 'spachii' Regel). Lilloa Rev. Bot. Tucuman 10(2): 413-416
Wenholz, H.; Darragh, W.H. 1927: The root, stalk, and ear rot diseases of Maize. Suggestions for their control. Agric. Gaz. New South Wales 38(1): 39-49
Agee, H.P. 1926: The root-disease complex of Sugar Cane. Internat. Sugar Journ 28(336): 648-650
Litvinova, N.F. 1939: The root-gall nematode in Kazakh S. S. R.. Leningrad Academy of Agricultural Sciences. Institute for Plant Protection. Collected works on nematodes of agricultural crops, edited by E. S. Kiryanova, Moscow and Leningrad, 65-70
Garrett, S.D. 1945: The root-infecting fungi. Endeavour London 4(15): 104-107
Magerstein, V. 1928: The root-killer as a pest of basket Willows. Der Deutsche Korbweidenzuchter. August- 80-81
Wilson, G.F. 1937: The root-knot eelworm, Heterodera marioni (Cornu) Goodey, and its relation to plants growing outdoors in the British Isles and in certain European countries. Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society 62(8): 336-346
Ustinov, A.A. 1939: The root-knot nematode Heterodera mariani (Cornu) in the U.S.S.R. (Results of the plant-quarantine administration work in the U.S.S.R.).. Leningrad Academy of Agricultural Sciences. Institute for Plant Protection. Collected works on nematodes of agricultural crops, edited by E. S. Kiryanova, Moscow and Leningrad, 26-64
Tullis, E.C. 1934: The root-knot nematode on rice. Phytopath 24(8): 938-942
Fajardo, T.G.; Palo, M.A. 1933: The root-knot nematode, Heterodera radicicola (Greef) Muller, of tomato and other plants in the Philippine Islands. Philippine Journal of Science 2(4): 457-481
Berkner, F. 1941: The root-leaf ratio in sugar beet. Dtsch. landw. Pr, 68: 15; 16, 139-40
Virtanen, A.I.; Laine, T. 1939: The root-nodule bacteria of leguminous plants. XXII. The excretion products of root nodules. The mechanism of nitrogen fixation. Biochem. J 33: 412-427
Yeates, J.S. 1924: The root-nodules of New Zealand Pines. New Zealand Journ. of Sci. and Techn 7(2): 121-124
Lyon, H.L. 1923: The root-rot problem up to date. Hawaiian Planters' Record 26(4): 259-266
Glover, J. 1939: The root-system of Agave sisalana in certain East African soils. Empire Jour Exp Agric 7(25): 11-20
Nutman, F.J. 1933: The root-system of Coffea arabica. Emp. J. exp. Agric 1: 271-96
Glover, J. 1939: The root-system of sisal in some East African soils. E. Afric. Agric. J 5: 18-22
Lisin, S.S. 1940: The root-systems of tree and shrub species in the black-earth zone of the middle Volga.. Trud. vses. nauchno-issledov. Inst. Agrolesomel, 12, 4-82
Rivett, M.F. 1924: The root-tubercles in Arbutus unedo. Ann. of Botany 38(152): 661-677
Baker, C.E. 1944: The rooting habit of Grimes apple trees under different systems of soil management. Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 45: 167-172
Oskamp, J. 1932: The rooting habit of deciduous fruits on different soils. Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 29: 213-219
Hu, T.C. 1940: The rooting of certain economic plants by auxin treatment.. Science, China. 24: 288-96
Aksent'ev, B.N. 1940: The rooting of cuttings of Cytisus laburnum L. (Laburnum anagyroides Med.).. Bot. Zh 25: 520-31
Passecker, F. 1940: The rooting of fruit tree cuttings. Gartenbauwiss 15: 380-95
Koenekamp, A. 1935: The rooting of legumes. Pflanzenbau 12: 1-11
Gossard, A.C. 1944: The rooting of pecan softwood cuttings under continuous mist. Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 44: 251-254
Fernie, L.M. 1940: The rooting of softwood cuttings of Coffea arabica. E. Afr. agric. J 5: 323-9
Sledge, W.A. 1930: The rooting of woody cuttings considered from the standpoint of anatomy. Jour Pomol and Hort Sci 8(1): 1-22
Joley, L.E.; Close, A.W. 1941: The rooting response of various species of Rubus to conventional methods of propagation. Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 38: 420-423
Halket, A.C. 1930: The rootlets of 'Amyelon. radicans', Will.; their anatomy, their apices and their endophiytic fungus. Ann. of Botany 44(176): 865-905
Goedewagen, M.A.J. 1934: The roots of lucerne in the upper and lower soil layers. De wortels van lucerne in boven- en ondergrond, Korte Meded; Rijkslandbouwproefst; Groningen, 25, 7
Wokeb, G.; Antener, I. 1939: The rorfuraldehyde reactions of vitamin D2and of hormones of the adrenal cortexi the corpru lateum, and the androsterone and testosterone groups in relation to constitution. Helv, chim. Acta. 22: 511-519
Rathlef, H.V. 1941: The rose as a source of vitamin C. Ernahrung 6: 129-133
Pezold, F. 1941: The rose hip, a valuable wild fruit. Ernahrung 6: 186
Wood, M. 1940: The rose leaf beetle in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Agric Exp Sta Bull 387(2): 22
Plakidas, A.G. 1934: The rosette disease of Blackberries and Dewberries. Louisiana Agric. Exper. Stat. Bull, 250: 8
Plakidas, A.G. 1937: The rosette disease of Blackberries and Dewberries. Journal of Agricultural Research (Washington, D.C.) 54(4): 275-303
Storey, H.H.; Bottomley, A Veril, M. 1928: The rosette disease of Peanuts (Arachis hypogea 1.). Ann. of Appl. Biol 15(1): 26-45
Husz, B. 1940: The rosette disease of apple trees in Hungary. Bull. roy. Hungarian hort. Coll 1: 11-37
Ciferri, R.; Gaddini, L. 1939: The rot of Musa species caused by Bacterium solanacearum in the oasis of Derna. Agricultura colon 33(9): 531-535
Armstrong, E.F. 1941: The rot proofing oi sandbags. Chem. & Indust 60(37): 668-674
Bjorkman, E. 1944: The rot resistance of Larch wood.. Norrlands SkogsvForb. Tidskr, 1, 18-45
Barker, S.G. 1938: The rot-proofing of textile. Proc. Food Group, Soc. chem. Ind 1: 102-106
Riveros, J.E. 1941: The rotation of crops and the quality of the products. Almanaque Min. Agric. Argent 16: 267-78
Bose, R.D. 1938: The rotation of tobacco for the prevention of wilt disease in pigeon-peas Cajanus cajan (Linn.) Millsp. Agric. Live-Stk. India. 8: 653-68
Barnes, C.G.; Greaves, R.I.N. 1936: The rote of calcium in spontaneous overbreathing tetany. Quart. J. Med 5: 341-354
Kahn, P.; Smith, N. 1936: The rote of muscle in obesity. Arch. Dis. Childhood. 11: 31-38
Young, M. 1937: The rote of nutrition as a factor in resistance to dental caries. Brit. Dent. J 62: 252-259
Hughes, E.H. 1939: The rote of riboflavin and oilier factors of the ritamin-B complex in the nutrition of the pig. J. Nutrition. 17: 527-533
Bryant, L.H.; Smith-White, S. 1945: The rotproofing of jute hessian. Fibres, Fabrics and Cordage, 12: 31; 33-34; 71-74
Bitancourt, A.A. 1941: The rots of the Para Chestnut. Biologico 7(11): 303-312
Anonymous 1932: The rots of the wood of standing Oak. (Bull. 13, Comm. d'eludes des ennemis des arbres, des bois abattus et des bois mis en oeuvre.). Ann. de l'Ecole Nat. des Eaux et Forets et de la Stat. de Recherches et Exper. Forest 4(2): 365-380; 400-401; 406-407
Tomkins, R.G. 1939: The rotting of oranges by green mould. Dept Sci And Indust Res Ann Rept Food Invest Bd 1938: 184-186
Teakle, L.J.H.; Hill, H.E. 1943: The rotting of superphosphate bags. J. Depf. Agric. W. Aust 20: 138-41
Searle, G.O. 1929: The rotting of textiles by micro-organisms. I. A laboratory test. Journ. Textile Inst 20(7): T162-T174
Armitage, F.D. 1942: The rotting of the litho damping rollers. Potra J 5(5): 83-86
Alexander, H.L.; Shirley, K.; Allen, D. 1936: The Route of Ingested Egg White to the Systemic Circulation. Journal of Clinical Investigation 15(2): 163-167
Lomeyko, S. 1939: The routes by which wheat (T. vulgare Vill.) has penetrated into Europe from its centre of origin-a contribution to the study of the origin of domestic wheats. Arhiv Minist. Poljopr 6(14): 97-126
Crossley, E.L. 1941: The routine detection of certain spore-forming anaerobic bacteria in canned foods. Jour Society Chem Indust London 60(5): 131-136
Bell, G.H.; Chambers, J.W.; Waddell, M.B. 1945: The routine estimation of haemoglobin as oxyhaemoglobin. Biochemical Journal 39(1): 60-63
Thomas, S.B. 1945: The routine resazurin test. Welsh Jour Agric 18: 81-95
Thomas, S.B.; Phillips, G.M. 1944: The routine resazurin test as an index of the keeping quality of milk. Dairy Industr 9(10): 699-701, 724
Davis, H.H. 1945: The routine use of protein digest intravenously following major surgical procedures. Surg. Gynecol. Obatet 81: 31-35
Olsen, H.K. 1935: The row method in Danish local field trials. Beretn. Nordisk JordbrForsker. Foren. 5th Kongr. Kbenhavn Juli, 1935. 4-7
Medvedev, P.F. 1940: The rubber content of North American Apocynum species and some factors in latex accumulation. Vestnik Socialisticeskogo Rastenievodstva (Soviet Plant Industry Record), 5, 101-08
Medvedev, P.F. 1940: The rubber content of North American species of Apocynum, and some factors which affect rubber accumulation.. Vest. Soc. Rast. (Soviet Plant Industry Record). 5, 101-8
Polhamus, L.G.; Hill, H.H.; Elder, J.A. 1934: The rubber content of two species of Cryptostegia and of an interspecific hybrid in Florida. U S Dept Agric Tech Bull 457: 1-22
Kahn, E. 1941: The rubber-containing plant of the temperate zone : kok-saghyz.. Forsch-Dienst 12: 537-452
Cruchet, E. 1933: The ruderal and adventitious flora of Lausanne and its vicinity. Mem. Soc. Vaudoise Sci. Nat 4: 273-328
Montgomery, I.W.; Blumehy, C.C. 1942: The rugging of sheep in Australia. J. Coun. sci. industr. Res, Aust., 15: 10-12
Kobel, F. 1941: The runner bean varieties of Switzerland. Landw. Jb. Schweiz 55: 133-75
Warren, A.L. 1944: The rural possibilities of a north-western tropical area. Jour Dept Agric S Australia 47: 399-402
Wilson, M. 1930: The rust disease of Berberis (Mahonia) aqnifolium. Gard. Chron, 87: 2251, 132-133
Perlberger, J. 1943: The rust disease of stone fruit trees in Palestine.. Bull. Rehovoth agric. Exp. Sta, 34: 17
Esmarch, F. 1926: The rust diseases of cereals. Die Kranke Pflanze 3(2): 32-38
Fischer, E. 1933: The rust epidemic on Spruce in the Alps in the autumn of 1932. Mitt. Naturforsch. Gesellsch. Bern 1933. xx-xxi
Dietel, P.; Eichhorn, E.; Poeverlein, H. 1943: The rust fungi of Carinthia. Ost. bot. Z 92(1-2): 50-86
Junell, S. 1940: The rust fungi of Norway Spruce.. Skogen 27: 179-81
Muhle, E. 1942: The rust fungi of the most important fodder grasses cultivated for seed production. Phytopath. Z 14(1): 83-101
Muhle, E. 1942: The rust fungi of the most important forage grasses grown for seed. Phytopath. Z 14: 83-101
Muehle, E. 1942: The rust fungi of the principal forage grasses grown for seed. Phytopath. Z 14: 83-101
Liese, J. 1928: The rust fungus diseases of forest trees. Mitt. Deutsch. Dendrol Geselleshi 40: 158-175
Hayward, K.J. 1940: The rust mite of citrus. Circ. Estac. exp. agric. Tucuman 89: 130-5
Fahmy, T. 1935: The rust of Cowpea. (Part I.) The disease. Bull Minist. Agric, Egypt, 144: 10
Fromme, F.O. 1924: The rust of Cowpeas. Phytopath 14(2): 67-79
Niederhauser, J.S. 1945: The rust of greenhouse-grown Spearmint, and its control. Bull Cornell agric. Exp. Sta, 263: 30
Straib, W. 1941: The rust resistance of flax. Faserforschung 15: 97-113
Kern, F.D.; Ciferri, R.; Thurston, H.W. 1933: The rust-flora of the Dominican Republic. Ann Mycologici 31(1/2): 1-40
Whetzel, H.H.; Jackson, H.S. 1928: The rusts and smuts of Bermuda. Trans British Mycol Soc 13(1/2): 1-32
Thurston, H.W. 1940: The rusts of Minas Geraes, Brazil, based on collections by A. S. Muller. Mycologia 32(3): 290-309
Miles, L.B. 1934: The rusts of Mississippi. Plant Disease Reporter 18(6): 54-73
Jackson, H.S. 1931: The rusts of South America based Holway collections V. Mycologia 23(6): 463-503
Jackson, H.S. 1926: The rusts of South America based on the Holway collections-1. Mycologia 18(4): 139-162
Jackson, H.S. 1927: The rusts of South America based on the Holway collections. II. Mycologia 19(2): 51-65
Jackson, H.S. 1931: The rusts of South America based on the Holway collections. IV. Mycologia 23(5): 332-364
Jackson, H.S. 1932: The rusts of South America based on the Holway collections. VI. Mycologia 24(1): 62-186
Humphrey, H.B.; Stakman, E.C.; Mains, E.B.; Johnston, C.0.; Murphy, H.C.; Bever, W.M. 1935: The rusts of cereal crops. U S Dept Agric Circ 341: 1-27
Pitman, H.A. 1935: The rusts of cereals. J. Dep. Agric. W. Aust 12(3): 367-375
Ducomet, V. 1925: The rusts of cereals in autumn and winter. Rev. Path. Veg. et Ent Agric 12(1): 21-27
Johnston, C. 1935: The rusts of wheat. Rep 3rd Hard Red Winter Wheat Impr. Conf. Nebraska 33-34
Schwarz, M.Beatrice 1926: The rusty spot disease of Potato tubers in the Dutch East Indies. Tijdschr, over Planienziekten 32(12): 321-330
Shear, G.M. 1945: The rutabaga crop in Virginia is benefited by boron. Better Crops with Plant Food 29(3): 23-25; 45-46
Drake, F.R. 1931: The rye grasses. Species and types. J. Dept. Agric. Vict 29: 573-7
Canov, T.V. 1936: The rye-wheat hybrid 46-131 in the Satkov region. Selektsija i Semenovodstvo (Breeding and Seed Growing), 6, 44-46
Dunning, J.W.; Lathrop, E.C. 1945: The saccharification of agricultural residues. A continuous process. Industr. Engng Chem, industrial edition., 37: 24-9
Campbell, W.G.; Bunker, H.J. 1945: The saccharification of wood by the Bergius process at Suddeutschen Holzversucherung Werke. Final Rep. Brit. Intell. Obj. Sub-comm, 7, Item 22, 10
Tarantino, B. 1934: The saddle camel of Somaliland. Riv. Zootec 11: 392-398
Janjatovic, M. 1940: The saeeharolipoid antigens. Vet. Arhiv 10: 363-377
Reinboth, G. 1939: The safeguarding of Italian sheep breeding. Z. Schafz 28: 235-236
Fairweather, J.; Yap, S.T. 1937: The sago industry in Malaya. Malay, agric. J 25: 329-33
Djire, M. 2006: The sale and ownership of land in Mali: tradition, the market and legal procedures in land tenure. Land Reform, Land Settlement and Cooperatives 1: 58-71
Kovda, V.A. 1939: The saline regime of the irrigated soils of the Golodnaia steppe.. Pedology, 7, 62-80
Iyengar, M.A.S. 1938: The saline soils of Sind and the cotton plant. Indian Cent. Cotton Cttee. First Conf, 134-140
Duyvensz, F. 1934: The saliva. Proc, Roy. Soc. Med 27: 1583-1604
Champion, A.H.R. 1932: The saliva in relation to dental caries and calculus deposition. Brit. Dent. J 53: 209-223
Dewberry, E.B. 1941: The salmon. Its life history and food value. 1. Food Manufacture 16: 150-153
Felsenfeld, O. 1945: The salmonella problem. Practical laboratory applications of recent advances. Amer. J. clin. Path 15: 584-608
Hutchinson, R.C. 1941: The salphur content of milk. Med. J. Austral. 1: 229-231
Teakle, L.J.H. 1937: The salt (sodium chloride) content of rainwater. J. Dept. Agric. W. Aust 14: 115-123
Rubin, M.I.; Krick, E.T. 1936: The Salt and Water Metabolism of Adrenal Insufficiency and Partial Starvation in Rats. Journal of Clinical Investigation 15(6): 685-695
Golding, N.S. 1940: The salt content of American Cheddar cheese in its relation to the quality of the cheese. Proc. Inst. Dairying, Wash., 1-4
Burr, A. 1940: The salt content of butter and its effect on quality. Chemikerztg 64: 134-135
Reay, G.A. 1936: The salt curing of herring. J. Soc. Chem. Indust, 55: 309T-315T
Schoop, G. 1937: The salt fungus (Torula epizoa) on foodstuffs. Dtsch. iierarztl. W schr., 1937. 621-624
Zucchini, M. 1941: The salt lands of Sardinia.. Ital. Agric 78: 31-39
Richards, F.J. 1934: The salt marches of the Dovey Estuary. IV. The rates of vertical accretion, horizontal extension and scarp erosion. Ann. Bot 48: 225-59
Strauss, H. 1936: The salt question in dehydration therapy. Problems of Nutrition, Moscow 5(1): 25-28
Zonn, S.V. 1942: The salt regime of the sands of the Kara-Kum desert under conditions of irrigation and a high water table.. Pedology 5-6, 26-37
Stiles, W.; Skelding, A.D. 1940: The salt relations of plant tissues. 1. The absorption of potassium salts by storage tissue. Ann. Bot. Lond 4: 329-63
Stiles, W.; Skelding, A.D. 1940: The salt relations of plant tissues. II. The absorption of manganese salts by storage tissue. Ann Bot 4(16): 673-700
Sinclair, R.D. 1939: The salt requirement of growing pigs. Sci Agric Ottawa 20(2): 109-119
Liu, H. 1926: The salt requirements of Tobacco grows in sand cultures. Maryland Agric. Exper. Stat. Bull 288: 133-154
Gushin, I.V. 1940: The salt resistance of blue and yellow alfalfa. Doklady Vsesojuznoj Akademii Sel'skochozjajstvennych Nauk Imeni V. I. Lenina (7): 13-18
Anonymous 1943: The salt seasoning of large dimension Douglas Fir. Aust. Timb. J, 44. 9: 15
Ryzhenkova, M.G. 1942: The salt tolerance of some agricultural plants.. Sborn. Pam. W. R. Williams. 399-402
Lippmann, S. 1943: The salt tolerance test in paediatrics and its clinical meaning. Ann. paediat 161: 57-95 ; 145
Bockholt, R. 2006: The salt-grassland of the Baltic Sea Coast of Mecklenburg Western Pomerania with its most common plants. Salt grasslands and coastal meadows: 5-13
Burns, C.M.; Henderson, N. 1934: The salts of young bone. J. Physiol, 82: 7P
Silva, R.Fernandes, E. 1936: The salvation of stock-raising in the semi-arid zones of Pernambuco. Bol. Minist. Agric. Rio de J, 25: 10/12, 33-50
Guthmann, W.S.; Terre, W.L. 1936: The sampling and analysis of eggs. Induct. Eng. Chem. Anal Ed 8: 377-379
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