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Goetze, G. 1932: Two new Methods for the quantitative Study of the Toxicity of Insecticides. Anz. Schadlingsk, Berlin 8(5): 54-57
Paillot, A. 1918: Two new Microsporidian Parasites of the Larvae of Pieris brassicae. C.R. Soc. Biol, Paris Ixxxi: 2, 66-68
Willmann, C. 1942: Two new Mites causing Trombidiosis in Styria. Z. Parasitenk, Berlin, 12: pt. 6, 639-644
Martini, E. 1927: Two new Mosquitos from Anatolia. Arch. Schiffs u. Trop. Hyg, Leipzig 31(8): 386-390
Wehr, E.E.; Causey, O.R. 1939: Two new Nematodes (Filarioidea : Dipetalonematidae from Rana sphenocephala. Amer. J. Hyg, Lancaster, Pa. 30(2): 65-68
Busck, A. 1931: Two new Peruvian Microlepidoptera of economic Importance (Gelechiidae and Oecophoridae). Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash, Washington, D.C. 33(3): 59-63
Lopez Cristobal, U. 1936: Two new Pests of Argentine Fruit Culture and a new Parasite. Pharus, La Plata 1(3): 51-53; 68-70
Von Oettingen, H. 1934: Two new Pests of Fodder Plants. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSch Dienst. Berlin 14(7): 65-66
Mendizabal Villalba, M. 1940: Two new Pests of cultivated Plants in southern Spain, P. litura and E. plorans. Bol. Pat. veg. Ent. agric, Madrid 9: 258-262
Vasil'ev, I. 1935: Two new Pests of our Subtropical Cultures.. Plant Prot, Leningrad, 1, 147-149
Ogloblin, A.A. 1927: Two new Scelionid Parasites of Locusta migratoria, L., from Russia. Bull. Ent. Res, London, 17: pt. 4, 393-404
Muesebeck, C.F.W. 1943: Two new Species of Allotropa (Platygasteridae, Ser-phoidea) parasitic on the Comstock Mealybug. Bull. Brooklyn ent. Soc, Lancaster, Pa. 37(5): 170-173
Lucas, C.L.T. 1927: Two new Species of Amoeba found in Cockroaches : with Notes on the Cysts of Nyctotherus ovalis, Leidy. Parasitology. Cambridge , 223-235
Lyle, G.T. 1927: Two new Species of Apanteles (Hym., Braconidae). Bull Ent. Res, London, 17: pt. 4, 415-416
Sonan, J. 1942: Two new Species of Apanteles from Formosa (Hym. Braeonidae). Trans. nat. Hist. Soc. Formosa. Taihoku 32(225): 245-246
Takahashi, R. 1920: Two new Species of Aphididae from Japan. Canad. Entom, London, Ont., Hi: 4, 77-78
Hori, M. 1929: Two new Species of Aphids parasitic on Poplar in Hokkaido. Trans. Sapporo Nat. Hist. Soc, Sapporo, 10: pt. 2, 109-115
Cooley, R.A.; Kohls, G.M. 1940: Two new Species of Argasidae (Acarina : Ixodoidea). Publ. Hlth Rep, Washington, D.C. 55(21): 925-933
Semenov, A.E.; Ogloblin, D. 1941: Two new Species of Beetles feeding on Leaves of Almond.. Proc. Lenin Acad, agric. Sci. U.S.S.R, Moscow 6(1): 20-23
Spessivtzev, P. 1916: Two new Species of Carphoborus from East-Russia.(Coleoptera, Ipidae). Revue Russe d'Entomologie, Petrograd 16(1-2): 64-67
China, W.E. 1928: Two new Species of Cicadulina, China (Homoptera, Jassidae) from the Gambia, West Africa. Bull. Ent. Res, London 61-63
Monte, O. 1942: Two new Species of Diorymerellus injurious to Orchids. Arq. Inst. biol, Sao Paulo., 13: 87-90
Gahan, A.B. 1932: Two new Species of Encyrtidae (Hym.) from Kenya Colony. Stylops. London 1: pt. 10, 220-222
Sonan, J. 1936: Two new Species of Ichneumon-Flies. Trans. nat. Hist. Soc. Formosa. Taihoku 26(154): 269-270
Chaffin, J. 1923: Two new Species of Mealy-bugs from Florida (Order: Hemiptera. Family: Coccidae). Qtrly. Bull. State Pl. Bd. Florida, Gainesville, Fla. 7(3): 169-171
Muesebeck, C.F.W. 1932: Two new Species of Phanomeris Foerster (Hymenoptera, Braconidae) parasitic on leaf-mining Sawflies. Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash, Washington, D.C. 34(5): 81-83
Hall, D.G. 1939: Two new Species of Tachinidae parasitic upon Hemlock Sawfly Larvae in North America (Diptera: Tachinidae). Proc. ent. Soc. Wash, Washington, D.C. 41(8): 239-243
Belanovskii, I.D. 1937: Two new Species of parasitic Flies from Pests of Sugar-beet.. Trav. Mus. zool. Acad. Sci. Ukr, Kiev, 17-222
Muesebeck, C.F.W. 1932: Two new Species of phytophagous Eurytomidae (Hymenoptera: Chaleidoidea). Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash, Washington, D.C. 34(7): 109-112
Gillette, C.P.; Palmer, M.A. 1925: Two new Species of the Genus Lachnus. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 18(4): 526-530
Mckenzie, H.L. 1942: Two new Species related to Red Scale (Homoptera : Coe-coidea: Diaspididae). Bull. Dep. Agric. Calif, Sacramento, Calif. 31(3): 141-147
Roepke, W. 1916: Two new Sumatran Capsid pests of Uncaria gambir. Tijdschrift voor Entomologie 59: 180-183
Bezzi, M. 1921: Two new Trypetids infesting the Fruits of Olea in South Africa. Bollettino del Laboratorio di Zoologia Generale e Agraria della Facolta Agraria in Portici 15: 292-301
Cole, C.F. 1922: Two new Varieties of Blight-proof Apple. Jl. Dept. Agric. Victoria, Melbourne, 20: pt 8, 491-493
Vallega, J. 1938: Two new Wheat selections of hybrid origin immune from Puccinia glumarum. Rev. Fac. Agron., La Plata. 22: 139-145
Hey, G.L. 1938: Two new Winter Washes for Fruit Trees. J. Minist. Agric, London 45(9): 932-940
Wood, M.N.; Tufts, W.P. 1938: Two new almond varieties are released. Pacific Rural Press 136(2): 23, 26
Mclaine, L.S. 1920: Two new and important Insect Pests recently found in Canada. Agric. Gaz. Canada, Ottawa 7(10): 793-794
Alderman, W.H.; Et Al. 1943: Two new apples. Minn. Hort 71: 21-22
Anonymous 1941: Two new apples for horticultural use. Forschungsdienst 11: 122
Ortlepp, R.J. 1932: Two new ascarids from crocodiles. Jour S African Vet Med Assoc 3(2): 70-75
Mcintosh, A. 1937: Two new avian liver flukes with a key to the species of the genus Athesmia Looss, 1899 (Dicrocoeliidae). Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 4(1): 21-23
Kalantarian, P. 1925: Two new bacterioses of the Cotton plant in Armenia. Centralbl. fur Bakt 65: 14-21, 297-301
Drechsler; Charles 1943: Two new basidiomycetous fungi parasitic on nematodes. Jour Washington Acad Sci 33(6): 183-189
L.J.nLi; Wang ZiSong; Xiang ChangPing 2007: Two new bottle gourd cultivars, Huahuza 2 and Huahuza 3. Acta Horticulturae Sinica 34(2): 530
Agenjo Cecilia, C. 1940: Two new defects of sweetened condensed milk. Lait 20(197): 385-390
Saedina, J.R. 1931: Two new diseases of Broad Beans. Bol. Pat. Veg. y Ent. Agric 5: 19-22, 59-80
Van Der Plank, J.E.; Rattray, J.M. 1939: Two new disinfectants lor Citrus. Citrus Grower 65, 13-14
Mehra, H.R. 1938: Two new distomes of the subfamily Stomylotreminae Travassos, 1922 (family Lepodermatidae Odhner). Livro jubilar do professor lauro travassos. Editado para commemorar o 25 degrees anniversario de suas actividades scientificas (1913 ), Rio de Janeiro, 307-314
Smith, G.S. 1943: Two new durum wheat varieties. Bi-m. Bull. N. Dak. Agric. Exp. Sta 5(4): 2-3
Davis, Leonard Reid 1944: Two new enterotome devices. American Journal of Veterinary Research 5: 60-61
Costantin, J. 1925: Two new experimental stations of the 'argouane' (Pleurotus eryngii). comples Rendus Acad. des Science 181(15): 447-449
Pande, B.P. 1937: Two new fish trematodes from Allahabad. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, India 7(2): 111-115
Iyengar, M.O.T. 1935: Two new fungi of the genus Coelomomyces parasitic in larvae of Anopheles. Parasitology 27(3): 440-449
Tehon, L.R. 1939: Two new fungi on legumes. Mycologia 31(5): 537-543
Bothers, B. 1929: Two new fungi recorded in the government of North Dvina. Plant Protection. Leningrad 6(1-2): 233-234
Kolakovskii, A.A.; Sahokia, M.F. 1936: Two new genera in the flora of Caucasus. Bot. Z. SSSR 21: 557-8
Ozaki, Y. 1937: Two new genera of the trematode family Allocreadiidae. 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, 449-453
Ozaki, Y. 1936: Two new genera of the trematode family, Allocreadiidae.. Zoological Magazine (Tokyo) 48(8-10): 513-518
Liming, F.G. 1941: Two new girdling saws. J. For 39: 1029-32
Henrard, J.T. 1937: Two new grasses. Blumea, Suppl 1, 229-31
Swallen, J.R. 1931: Two new grasses from Mexico. Jour Washington Acad Sci 21(17): 436-437
Sandground, J.H. 1933: Two new helminths from Rhinoceros sondaicus. Jour Parasitol 19(3): 192-204
Karrer, P.; Stahelin, M. 1945: Two new homologues of alpha -tocopherol. Helv. chim. Acta. 28: 438-443
Passalacqua, T. 1939: Two new hosts of Bacterium tumefaeiens. Lav. Ist. bot, Palermo 10(1): 42-46
Kemner, N.A. 1936: Two new indoor Pests, T. destructor, Uytt., and S. cerealella, OL. Opuscula Entomologica 1(2): 56-58
Kusnezov, V. 1932: Two new injurious Homoptera from Central Asia. Wiener ent. Ztg, Vienna 49(3): 155-157
Bryant, G.E. 1937: Two new injurious Phytophaga from East Africa (Coleopt.). Proc. R. ent.' Soc. Lond, London 6: pt. 8, 159-160
Callan, E.Mcc. 1945: Two new insecticides DDT and 666. Tropical Agriculture 22: 98-99
Wang, Y.-Hong; Hou, A.-Jun; Chen, D.-Feng 2007: Two new isoprenylated stilbenes from Artocarpus chama. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 49(5): 605-608
Hedrick, L.R. 1943: Two new large-tailed cercariae (Psilostomidae) from northern Michigan. Journal of Parasitology 29(3): 182-186
Dikmans, G. 1945: Two new lungworms, Protostrongylta gracilis and Varatrongylus sinicus (Nematoda : Protostrongylinae), from sheep and goats in China. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 35(9): 294-296
Iverson, V.E. 1938: Two new materials in plant nutrition. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci 35: 763-767
Fraser, J.G.C.; Gfeller, F. 1935: Two new methods of distinguishing certain Canadian wheats. Sci. Agric 15: 564-72
Hampp, H.; Jehl, J. 1937: Two new methods of testing the fungicidal action of the Hop Peronospora control preparations. Phytopath. Z 10(2): 223-229
Dikmans, G. 1939: Two new nematodes (Trichostrongyloidea) from rodents. Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 6(1): 1-4
Basir, M.A. 1941: Two new nematodes from an aquatic beetle. Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences. Section B 13(3): 163-167
Maplestone, P.A. 1940: Two new nematodes from the Nicobar pigeon and the common sandpiper. Records of the Indian Museum 42(3): 425-429
Todd, A.C. 1944: Two new nematodes from the aquatic beetle Hydrous triangularis (Say). Journal of Parasitology 30(4): 269-272
Chitwood, M.B. 1935: Two new nematodes of the genus Heth Cobb, 1898 (Atractidae). Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 2(1): 50-51
Gelonesi, G. 1927: Two new parasites of Madura foot. A study of mycetomata in Southern Somaliland. Ann. Med. Nav. e Colon, xxxiii (I): 5-6, 283-308
Srivasta-Va, H.D. 1939: Two new parasites of the genus Aponurus Looss, 1907 (sub-family-Lecithasterinae). Indian Journal of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry 9(1): 31-35
Vaz, Z.; Pereir, C. 1934: Two new parasitic worms of Didelphys auriia: Skrjabinofilaria pricei n. sp. and Gongylonema marsupialis n. sp. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 24(1): 54-56
Oettingen, H.Von. 1934: Two new pests of forage plants. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst 14: 65-6
Ewing, H.E. 1935: Two new pre-Columbian Records of the American Head Louse, Pediculus humanus americanus. Proc. helminth. Soc. Wash, Washington, D.C. 2(2): 67-68
Prudhoe, S. 1944: Two new pronoccphalid trematodes from Australia. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 11(79): 481-486
Ahmad, I.; Anis, I.; Fatima, I.; Malik, A.; Khan, S.; Afza, N.; Tareen, R.B.; Lodhi, M.A.; Choudhary, M.I. 2007: Two new protease-inhibiting glycosphingolipids from Buddleja crispa. Chemistry and Biodiversity 4(5): 917-924
Muesebeck, C.F.W. 1941: Two new reared Species of Doryctes (Hymenoptera : Braconidae). Proc. ent. Soc. Wash, Washington, D.C. 43(7): 149-152
Sarwar, M.M. 1945: Two new records and a new species of the genus Trichuris from domestic ruminants. Current Science 14(11): 306-307
Jenkins, A.E. 1944: Two new records of Sphaceloma diseases in the United States. Phytopath 34(11): 981-983
Mcdonald, J. 1933: Two new records of physiologic forms of Wheat-stem rust in Kenya colony. Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc 18(3): 218-222
Padmanabhan, S.Y.; Rafay, S.A. 1942: Two new reports of fungi on Saccharum officinarum and S. arundinaceum. Current Science 11(4): 150-152
Burt, D.R.R. 1937: Two new reptilian cestodes of the genus Proteocephalus (Ophiotaenia). Spolia Zeylanica 20(2): 157-179
Harter, L.L. 1936: Two new rust-resistant white-seeded Kentucky Wonder beans. Seed World 39: 12-13
Mcleod, J.A. 1937: Two new schistosomid trematodos from water-birds. Journal of Parasitology 23(5): 456-466
Wang, X.-Ling; Gesang, S.-Lang; Jiao, W.; Liao, X.; Ding, L.-Sheng 2007: Two new sesquiterpenoid glucosides from the aerial parts of Saussurea involucrate. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 49(5): 609-614
Rousseau, J. 1944: Two new species of Astragalus in Quebec. Contr. Inst. Bot. Univ. Montreal. 5. 56, 3-12
Gilly, C.L. 1942: Two new species of Caryocaraceae from northern South America. Tropical Woods 72: 16-18
Marshall, G.A.K. 1926: Two new species of Curculionidae (Col.) from Haiti. Bull. Ent. Res, London, 17: pt. 1, 53-54
Wehr, E.E. 1937: Two new species of Echinuria (Nematoda; Acuariidae) from birds, with notes on other species of this genus. 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, 763-768
Springer, M.E. 1945: Two new species of Monoblepharella. Mycologia 37: 205-216
Bliss, D.E. 1938: Two new species of Omphalia which cause decline disease in Date Palms. Mycologia 30(3): 313-326
Macy, R.W. 1937: Two new species of Paralecithodendrium (Trematoda) from bats. 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, 363-365
Steen, E.B. 1938: Two new species of Phyllodistomum (Trematoda : Gorgoderidae) from Indiana fishes. American Midland Naturalist 20(1): 201-210
Moghe, M.A. 1932: Two new species of Trematodes from an Indian Ruff (Philomachus pugnax Gray). Parasitology 24(1): 54-59
Yu, Z.-F.; Qiao, M.; Zhang, Y.; Zhang, K.-Q. 2007: Two new species of Trichoderma from Yunnan, China. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 92(1): 101-108
Chauhan, B.S. 1940: Two new species of avian trematodes. Proceedings Indian Acad Science Sect B 12(3): 75-83
Yamaguti, S.; Matumura, H. 1942: Two new species of fish trematodes from Hokkaido. Transactions of the Sapporo Natural History Society 17(2): 117-122
Martin, W.E. 1945: Two new species of marine cercariae. Transactions American Microsc Society 64(3): 203-212
Long, W.H.; Goodding, L.N. 1939: Two new species of rust. Mycologia 31(6): 670-673
Brackett, S. 1940: Two new species of schistosome cercariae from Wisconsin. Jour Parasitol 26(3): 195-200
Mendoza, J.M. 1932: Two new species of sooty molds from the Philippines. Philippine Jour Sci 47(2): 289-293
Cort, W.W.; Brackett, S. 1938: Two new species of strigeid cercariae in Stagnicola palustris elodes (Say) from the Douglas Lake region, Michigan. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 57(3): 274-281
Brackett, S. 1939: Two new species of strigeid cercariae in lymnaeid snails from the United States. Jour Parasitol 25(3): 263-268
Karve, J.N. 1934: Two new species of the genus Diplotriaena (Nematoda) parasitic in the common Indian myna (Acridotheres tristis tristis). Journal of the University of Bombay 2(5): 75-81
Dikmans, G. 1937: Two new species of the nematode genus Nematodirus (Trichostrongylidae) from rabbits. Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 4(2): 65-67
Baylis, H.A. 1944: Two new species of the nematode genus fleterakis. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 11(81): 621-630
Vassiliev, I.V. 1915: Two new species of the subfamily Telenominae (Hymenoptera, Proctotrupidae). Revue Russe d'Entomologie, Petrograd. March 31st 15(1): 16-17
Olsen, O.W. 1940: Two new species of trematodes (Apharyngostrigea bilobata : Scrigeidae, and Cathaemasia nycticoracis: Echinostomidae) from herons, with a note on the occurrence of Clinostomum campanulatum (Rud.). Zoologica, New York. 25(3): 323-328
Mcintosh, A. 1934: Two new species of trematodes, Scaphiostomum pancreaticum n. sp. and Postharmostomum laruei n. sp., from the chipmunk. Proceedings Helminthol Society Wash 1(1): 2-4
Cana Van, W.P.N. 1937: Two new species of trematodes, a Renifer Lechriorchis secundas n. sp. from Natrix s. sipedon and a Dicrocoelid Dicrocoelium proxillicens n. sp. from Kakatoe sulphurea. Journal of Parasitology 23(5): 478-481
Polonovski, M.; Lespagnol, A. 1931: Two new sugars in human milk, gynolactose and allolactose. C.R. Acad. Sci 192: 1319-1320
Wallace, F.G. 1936: Two new trematode parasites of Canton snakes(Trematoda : Lepodermatidae). Lingnan Science Journal 15(3): 355-363
Byrd, E.E.; Denton, J.F. 1938: Two new trematode parasites of the genus Styphlodora (Plagiorchiidae : Styphlodorinae) from the gall bladder of a water-snake, with a discussion on the systematics of the subfamily. Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 5(2): 42-46
Price, E.W. 1936: Two new trematodes from African reptiles. Proceedings Helminth Society Washington 3(2): 67-68
Mueller, J.F. 1934: Two new trematodes from Oneida Lake fishes. Transactions American Microsc Society 53(3): 231-236
Luhman, M. 1935: Two new trematodes from the loggerhead turtle (Caretta carena). Journal of Parasitology 21(4): 274-276
Ozaki, Y. 1936: Two new trematodes from tortoise Geoemyda spengleri (Gmelin). Journal of Science of the Hiroshima University. Series B, Division 1, Zoology 4: 81-90
Oguro, Y. 1941: Two new trematodes of Cephalogonimus from Amyda. Annot Zool Japonenses 20(1): 27-32
Srivastava, H.D. 1939: Two new trematodes of the family Monorchidae Odhner, 1911, from Indian marine food fishes. Indian Journal of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry 9(2): 233-236
Ozaki, Y. 1935: Two new trematodes of the family Opistholebetidae Travassos. (Preliminary note.). Proceedings of the Imperial Academy (of Japan) 11(6): 244-246
Ku, C.T. 1937: Two new trematodes of the genus Notocotylus with a key to the species of the genus. Peking Natural History Bulletin 12(2): 112-122
Lijsten, R. 1932: Two new varieties. Fruitteelt 22: 96-99
Moss, E.G.; Bullock, J.F. 1942: Two new varieties of flue-cured tobacco, 400 and 401. Bull. N.C. agric. Exp. Stat, 337: 8
Salmon, E.S. 1936: Two new varieties of hops : Fillpocket and Quality Hop. J. S.-E. Agric. Coll. Wye, 38, 38-47
Jones, E.T. 1938: Two new varieties of oats for spring sowing. Leafl. Welsh Pl. Breed. Sta, 4, 5-18
Sapehin, A.A. 1937: Two new varieties of spring wheat for steppe regions. Selektsija i Semenovodstvo (Breeding and Seed Growing), 7, 25-26
Schribaux And Serin. 1938: Two new varieties of wheat for the south-west. C.R. Acad. Agric. Fr 24: 346-52
Zaumeyer, W.J.; Harter, L.L. 1943: Two new virus diseases of beans. Jour Agric Res 67(8): 305-328
Smith, K.M.; Markham, R. 1944: Two new viruses affecting tobacco and other plants. Phytopath 34(3): 324-329
Vallega, J. 1937: Two new wheat selections of hybrid origin immune to P. glumarum. Rev. Fac. Agron. La Plata. 22: 139-45
Berg, S.O. 1932: Two new winter wheat varieties. Weibull's Aring wheat for Skane and the neighbouring coastal provinces, Weibull's Ankar wheat II for the upper parts of Gotaland. To be put on the market, autumn 1932. Weibulls Arsbok 27: 10-17
Berg, S.O. 1936: Two new winter wheats. Weibulls 111. Arsb 31: 33-35
Parham, B.E.V. 1945: Two newly declared noxious weeds. Agric Journal of Fiji 16(1): 15-16
Hall, W.T. 1940: Two notable examples of natural regeneration under the uniform system. Indian For 66: 425-9
Anderson, J.P. 1943: Two notable plant hybrids from Alaska. Proc. Iowa Acad. Sci 50: 155-57
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Becker, E.R. 1933: Two observations on helminths. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 52(4): 361-362
Wormald, H. 1938: Two ornamental shrubs as hosts of the organism causing Plum bacterial canker. Rep. E. Malling Res. Sta. 1938. 198-200
Torrey, G.S. 1945: Two orthographic errors in fungous names. Mycologia 37(1): 160-162
Harnly, H.J. 1933: Two pairs of testes in a White Leghorn rooster. Trans. Kans. Acad. Sci, 36: 224
Kobayashi, S. 1926: Two parasitic Diptera discovered in Korea.. Kontyu. Tokyo 1(2): 90-91
Underhill, G.W. 1943: Two pests of legumes : Alydus eurinus Say, and A. pilosulus Herrick-Schaeffer. J. econ. Ent 36: 289-94
Franssen, C.J.H. 1934: Two pests of mango. Landbouw 10: 281-91
D.Stefani, T. 1915: Two pests of plants largely grown in Sicily. L' Agricoltore Agrigentino. Girgenti 7(4): 61-65
Voute, A.D. 1934: Two pests of young mango shoots (in Java). Landbouw 10: 255-71
Scaetta, H. 1939: Two phenomena of reciprocal subordination between soil and vegetation to the north and south of the thermal equator in western Africa. Eighth Cong. Trop. Agric. (Tripoli) Resumes Supp, 221, 27-28
Harman, M.T. 1933: Two pigs within a single chorion with some considerations concerning monochorionic twins. Trans. Kans. Acad. Sci 36: 220-223
Jorgensen, C.A. 1925: Two plant diseases new to Denmark. 1. Fusarium on Tomatoes. Gartner-tidende, 2
Razeto, M.E. 1938: Two plants for tropical regions. Agricoltura Colon 32: 497-501
Jackson, A.K. 1933: Two plants new to the flora of Cyprus. Kew Bull, 8, 407-8
Gurney, E.H.; Francis, W.D. 1940: Two plants poisonous to stock. Qd. agric. J 53: 547-52
Pena, F.D.La. 1934: Two plants suitable for the un-irrigated regions of Castile. Agricultura. Madrid., 6: 593-5
Gardner, C.A. 1933: Two plants suspected of being poisonous to stock. J. Agric. W. Austral 10: 506-507
Long, W.H. 1939: Two pocket rots of hardwood trees. Bull Torrey Bot Club 66(9): 625-627
Dallimore, W. 1945: Two possible forest trees for Britain. Quart Jour Forest 39(2): 88-91
Ter Saakian, T.S. 1943: Two potato harvests from the same tubers. Compt Rend Doklady Acad Science Urss 41: 33-35
Erlee, T.J.D. 1943: Two problems in statistical variation based on 203 blank experiments, harvested in 1931, on sugar cane in Java. Landbouwk. Tijdschr. Wageningen. 55: 660-68
Kelson, G.A.H.; Powning, R.F. 1943: Two promising Insecticides. J. Coun. Sci. industr. Res. Aust, Melbourne. 16(2): 107-108
Rensch, B. 1924: Two quantitative Methods of Investigation of Physiological Stimuli for Root Nematodes. Zeitschrift für Wissenschaftliche Zoologie 123(3-4): 488-497
Kikkawa, H. 1936: Two races of Drosophila montium. (A preliminary note). Jap. J. Genet 12: 137-142
Sibilia, C. 1939: Two races of P. triticina Erikss. et Henn. from the experimental field at Filipiomboli. Ann. Ente Consorziale Interprov. Toscano Sementi. Firenze -42. 3: 5
Schmidt, E.W. 1933: Two rare Beet pests. Die Deutsche Zuckerind 58(1): 17-18
Zimmermann, A. 1935: Two rare developmental anomalies of the genital apparatus. Archiv für Wissenschaftliche und Praktische Tierheilkunde 69: 393-396
Juel, O. 1928: Two rare parasitic fungi. S Vensk Bot Tidskr 22(3): 478-480
Muller, H.G.; Molz, E. 1917: Two rare, but dangerous pests: Urocystis cepulae, Frost, and Galeruca tanaceti, Leach. Zeitschr. f. Pflanzenkrankh. Stuttgart 27(2-3): 103-106
Muesebeck, C.F. 1938: Two reared North American Species of the Genus Stantonia Ashmead (Hymenoptera : Braconidae). Proc. ent. Soc. Wash, Washington, D.C. 40(3): 89-91
Feldman, H.W. 1935: Two related hairless mutations in the Norway rat. J. Hered, 26: 162
Fairchild, D. 1945: Two relatives of the avocado and their reintroduc-tion into Florida. Proc. Fla St. hort. Soc, 170-5
Leach, J.G.; Valleau, W.D. 1939: Two reports on phloem necrosis of Elm. Plant Dis. Reptr 23(18): 300-301
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C.L.Holmes, C.W.Crickman. 1938: Types of farming in Iowa. II. Iowa Agricultural Experiment Station Bull, 374, 163-248
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Sen, P.C.; Seal, S.C. 1945: Types of oedema cases seen in a rural area in Bengal. Journal of the Indian Medical Association 15: 67-74
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