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Effect of daily gelatin ingestion on human scalp hair
Comparison of rice bran and maize bran as feeds for growing and fattening pigs
The composition of pampas-grass (Cortaderia argentea.)
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Cerebrovascular Doppler ultrasound studies (cv-Doppler)
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Productivity of Pekin x Khaki Campbell ducks
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Bactofugation and the Bactotherm process
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What are commercial fertilizers and what is their function in agriculture?
, ForschDienst 12: 553-576 (1941)

What are forests for: the place of ethics in the forestry curriculum
, Journal of Forestry 105(2): 61-66 (2007)

What are frozen desserts ?
, J. Milk Tech 2: 75-83 (1939)

What are our latest views regarding buddings as planting material ?
, Bergcultures 7: 424-33 (1933)

What are the Prospects of eliminating Pood of Mosquito Larvae from breeding Pools ?
, Proc 17th Ann. Mtg. New Jersey Mosquito Exterm. Ass., Atlantic City, New Brunswick, N.J., 113-123 (1930)

What are the aims in breeding required for German viticulture ?
, Zuchter 6: 162-65 (1934)

What are the best plums to grow ?
, John Innes Bull 1: 44-50 (1945)

What are the effects of over-irrigation of orchards ?
, Proc. Wash. St. hort. Ass. 39th annu. Meet. 1944. 30-1 (1944)

What are the genes ? II. The physicochemical picture: conclusions
, Quart. Rev. Biol 13: 140-68 (1938)

What are the limiting factors for the extension of Spruce?.
, Bull. Soc. for. Belg 52(7/8): 76-83 (1945)

What are the mycologists doing about nomenclature?
, Ann. appl. Biol 32(2): 183-184 (1945)

What are the properties of the microscopic structure of chromosomes that may cause recessivity of a gene ?
, Z. menschl. Vererb.- u. KonstLehre 22: 258-260 (1938)

What are the prospects for the exportation of German stud rams to Italy and Italian Ethiopia ?
, Z. Schafz 25: 282-286 (1936)

What bog experiments show. 5. Pasture cultivation on peat soil
, Medd. norske Myrselsk 36: 169-75 (1938)

What bog experiments show. 6. Crop cultivation on boggy soil
, Medd. norske Myrselsk 36: 199-210 (1938)

What breeding means to improvement in plants and animals
, Rep. Proc. 28th Annu. Mtg Nth Nut Gr. Ass. Md and Wash., D.C, 88-89 (1937)

What can Dutch arboriculturists do in connexion with the Elm disease ?
, Tijdschr. over Plantenziekten 38(2): 37-40 (1932)

What can a Community Afford to Pay to Rid Itself of Malaria?
, American Journal of Public Health 10(10): 768-771 (1920)

What can be learned from cheese grading clinics
, Nat. Butt. Cheese J, 33: 12, 12-13; 36 (1942)

What can forest wildlife contribute to the war program? Report of Committee on Game Management with Reference to Forestry, Society of American Foresters
, J. For 42: 361-3 (1944)

What can plant breeding do to prevent the internal over-production of the most important agricultural commodities?
, Mitt, deuts. LandwGes 48: 173-74 (1933)

What can we do against Bupalus piniarius, L ?
, Deuts. Forstwirt. Berlin 11: 273-277; 281-285 (1929)

What can we do against the leaf disease of Celery ?
, Obst- und Gemusebau 80(5): 72 p (1934)

What causes black cutter beef ?
, J. Hered 28: 213-215 (1937)

What characteristics should a bacon pig show ? Present-day demands in pig breeding in Sweden and Denmark
, Z. Schweinez 44: 535-537 (1937)

What citrus varieties should I plant ?
, Calif. Citrogr, 30: 133; 152-3 (1945)

What connectors have done in the South for the handling of lumber in a fabricated form
, Sth. Lumberm, 159: 2009, 169-72 (1939)

What constitutes a good sire ? Ability to improve herd's production
, AGRICULTURAL GAZETTE OF NEW SOUTH WALES 50: 513-514 (1939)

What contribution can landscape moulding make to the care of the soil ?
, Bodenk. PflErnahr 29: 13-27 (1943)

What cost to grow pulpwood from planted Spruce?
, J. For 38: 327-9 (1940)

What cultivated plants yield in France, and what parasites cost us
, Bull. Trim. Lab. Entom. Agric. Seine-Infer, Rouen, July-August- 3, 3-13 (1914)

What do Brazilians think about transgenics?
, The media, the ic and agricultural biotechnology: 179-190 (2007)

What do statistics teach concerning type and extent of present stud bull keeping in Germany ?
, DEUTSCHE LANDWIRTSCHAFTLICHE TIERZUCHT 14: 672-675, 688-692 (1937)

What do summer sprays cost ?
, Die Kranke Pflanze 11(7-8): 88-90 (1934)

What do teenagers think of environmental issues and natural resources management careers?
, Journal of Forestry 105(2): 95-98 (2007)

What do the Potato diseases of the year 1943 teach us?
, Mitt. Landw., Berl 59(7): 141-143 (1944)

What do urban/inner-city physical education teachers teach? A contextual analysis of one elementary/primary school district
, Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy 11(1): 45-68 (2006)

What do we know about inheritance in the horse ?
, Dtsch. landw. Tierz 42: 1009-1011 (1938)

What do we know of Niptus hololeucus ?
, Mitt. Ges. Vorratsschutz. Berlin 3(1): 2-9 (1927)

What do we need to know in livestock nutrition ?
, Yearb. US. Dep. Agric, 1045-64 (1939)

What does Agriculture expect of Applied Entomology ?
, Verh. Deutsch. Ges. angew. Ent., 4. Mitgliederversamml. Frankfurt a. M. 10. bis 13. Juli, Berlin, 19-25 (1924)

What does humans motivate to observe a healthy diet? Part 1: Principles of dietary counselling
, Ernahrungs Umschau 54(6): 308-313, 307 (2007)

What does it cost to live ?
, J. Amer. Dietetic Assoc 11: 536-541 (1936)

What does it cost to produce seed ?
, Dansk Fr0avl 15: 129-32 (1932)

What does pH mean to the grower ?
, Calif. Citrogr 25: 228-9 (1940)

What does the German army require of German horse breeding?
, Dtsch. landw.Tierz, 45: 193 (1941)

What does the Winter-moth Outbreak of 1924-25 teach us?
, Die kranke Pflanze, Dresden. 2(8): 161-166 (1925)

What does the farmer want?
, J. For 40: 772-7 (1942)

What drug best kills hookworms ?
, American Journal of Digestive Diseases and Nutrition 3(10): 770-772 (1936)

What effect has sowing of a ley on the yield of the cereal nurse crop on reclaimed bog land ?
, Svenska MosskForen. Tidskr 45: 363-4 (1931)

What everyone should know about the Plowrightia disease of fruit trees
, Die Kranke Pflanze 11(1): 3-5 (1934)

What experiments prove concerning the value of crop rotations
, Proc. Wld's. Grain Exhib. and Conf. Regina 2: 186-91 (1933)

What factors influence the nutritive value of hay ?
, Georgine 109: 97-8 (1932)

What forest trees tell about climate and soil
, Conservation of Renewable Natural Resources. University of Pennsylvania Press,Philadelphia, USA: 19-31 (1941)

What frightens the Locust: Sounds or Movement P.
, Bull. N. Caucasian Plant Prof. Sta, Rostov-on-Don, 1, 68-11 (1926)

What fungicides are used ? Result of an inquiry
, Wiener. Landw. Zeit 76(40): 338-339 (1926)

What fur animals should be considered for breeding apart from the silver fox, blue fox, mink, nutria, and raccoon?
, Dtsch. Pelztierz 16: 244-248 (1941)

What has been achieved by Soviet botanists in the sphere of general plant geography
, Sovet. Bot, 6, 12-23 (1942)

What has been done by Soviet scientists in the study of wheat in recent years
, Bull. Appl. Bot. Ser. A. Leningrad, 12, 65-69 (1934)

What has recent research in the sphere of genetics to offer for plant breeding
, Rev. Inst. Rech. Agron. Bulg 11(3): 3-15 (1941)

What has the morrow in store for us ?
, The Forest-trade Messenger. 16(16): 217-218 (1914)

What have the war years taught us about the feeding of stock ?
, Nord. JordbrForskn, 5-6, 227-50 (1945)

What hinders Dried Fruit Sales
, Mthly. Bull, Cal. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento 8(5): 240-243 (1919)

What influence has the age of the mother pine on the progeny ?
, Z. Forst-u. Jagdw 69: 448-52 (1937)

What influence have permanent humus and nutritive humus on the crumb structure of soil?
, ForschDienst. Sonderh 17: 59-61 (1941)

What insects are pests of grapevines?
, Bull. Soc. Vulg. Zool. Agric, Bordeaux, France: 19(7): 75-76 (1920)

What is serpentine ?
, Farm. Week. London. 18: 27 (1943)

What is 'spiral grain'?
, Sth. Lumberm, 63: 2055, 55-7 (1941)

What is 50-50 superphosphate ?
, J. Dept. Agric. S. Aust, 47: 421 (1944)

What is A. agraria Brot., its individuality and related forms
, Bol. Soc. Broteriana, 12: 2nd Ser, 225-50 (1937)

What is Applied Entomology ?
, 3. Wanderversamml. deuts. Entomologen in Giessen, Berlin, 18-30 (1929)

What is Cephalobus parasuicus Sandground, 1939 ?
, Journal of Helminthology 17(3): 135-142 (1939)

What is DQ milk ?
, Milk Pl. Mon 32(10): 32-34 (1943)

What is Diplodia in Maize ?
, Rhodesia Atiric. Jown, xvvi: 6, 587-595 (1929)

What is Entomology ?
, Smithson. Rep. Washington, D.C., 377-383 (1938)

What is Limonite? Explanation and Warning
, New Zealand J. Agric 48: 110-112 (1934)

What is Oestrus nasalis Linnaeus?
, Insecutor Ins Menst 14(1/3): 15-16 (1926)

What is Psilochatmtu lecithosus Otte ?
, Annals and Magazine of Natural History 9(49): 122-125 (1932)

What is Pulex typhlus Motschulsky ?
, Bull. Soc. Nat. Moscou, Moscow 44(4): 178-181 (1935)

What is R. melophagi ?
, Acta Leidensia Scholae Med. trop, Leyden 1: 324-334 (1926)

What is Rickettsia melophagi?
, Arch. fur Protistenkunde 52(3): 394-403 (1925)

What is Streptococcus mastiditis ?
, Cornell Vet 23: 169-176 (1933)

What is Streptococcus mastitidis?
, Cornell Vet 23(2): 169-176 (1933)

What is Vitamin P ?
, Brit. med. J: 1152-1158 (1938)

What is a centre of species formation from the viewpoint of Ch. Darwin's theory ?
, Priroda (Nature), 11, 51-58 (1939)

What is a clone ?
, Bergcultures 10: 1531-37 (1936)

What is a good coffee tree and how is it to be got?
, Bergcultures 10: 313-18 (1936)

What is a growth cycle?
, Growth 1: 155-174 (1937)

What is a licensed poultry farm ?
, Ganaderia. Madr. 2(12): 40-42 (1944)

What is a Weed?
, Science 58(1490): 50 (1923)

What is active soil organic matter ?
, Trans 2nd Comm. Int. Soc. Soil Sci, Helsingfors, 17-28 (1938)

What is dendrology?
, J. For 43: 719-22 (1945)

What is diploid and triploid?
, Obst- u. Gemuseb 84: 159-60 (1938)

What is eaten in Spain
, Arch. Med. Cirug 37: 669-675 (1934)

What is exaggerated and what is purposeful formalism?
, Mitt. Landw, Berl 59: 811-814 (1944)

What is genetics and what its practical application to agriculture
, Rev. Agric, Habana 22(7): 103-10 (1939)

What is Germ Plasm?
, Science 100(2599): 343-348 (1944)

What is guayule?
, J.N.Y. Bot. Gdn 43: 168-70 (1942)

What is happening to the Codling Moth ?
, J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis. 29(4): 646-648 (1936)

What is Heredity?
, Science 100(2601): 406 (1944)

What is humus ?
, Pedology, 4, 52-61 (1940)

What is known of chlorosis at the present time ?
, Forschungsdienst 13: 149-69 (1942)

What is laterite?
, Farm and Forest 4: 10-5 (1943)

What is left of a bush after red rust
, De Thee 6(3): 93-96 (1925)

What is meant by dietary and nutritive equilibrium. Problems of present rations
, Bull. Soc. sci. Hyg. aliment 30: 17-34 (1942)

What is more convenient ?
, Progressive Fruit-Growing and Market-Gardening. Petrograd 25, 724-726 (1915)

What is necessary in order to increase our Knowledge of Locusts
, Bull 3rd All-Russian Entomo-Phytopath. Meeting in Petrograd, 18th-25th December, 1921, December 24. 7, 12-13 (1921)

What is new in breeding Egyptian cotton
, Bor'ba za Khlopok (Cotton Campaign), 7-8, 159-60 (1936)

What is new in farm machinery
, Agric. Engng. St. Joseph, Mich 22: 381-3; 385 (1941)

What is our Knowledge of the hygienic Importance of the Stomoxydinae ?
, Z. Hyg. InfektKrank, Berlin, 121: 6, 679-731. 5 pp (1939)

What is pellagra in child ren ?
, Trans. Roy. Soc. Trop. Med. Hyg 34: 85-90 (1940)

What is perennial wheat
, Ital. Agric 80: 295-307 (1943)

What is required in the packing used for state-sealed lote of seed for sowing ?
, Svensk Frotidn 4: 116-7 (1935)

What is site-specific? Examples of measures on riverbanks and eroded areas above the treeline
, Soil bioengineering: ecological restoration with native plant and seed material Conference, HBLFA Raumberg Gumpenstein, Austria, 5-9 September 2006: 5-10 (2006)

What is site-specific? Theory and practice in the work with native plant and seed material
, Soil bioengineering: ecological restoration with native plant and seed material Conference, HBLFA Raumberg Gumpenstein, Austria, 5-9 September 2006: 11-30 (2006)

What is Soil?
, Science 88(2294): 568-569 (1938)

What is the Lac Insect?
, Indian Forester. Allahabad 1(7): 345-350 (1924)

What is the Life-history of Zophodia. convolutetta, Hb. ?
, Rev. Mens. Soc. Ent. Namuroise, Namur 21(7): 27-28 (1921)

What is the Position as regards the Spread of L. decemlineata in France ?
, Anz. Schadlingskunde, Berlin 1(4): 37-39 (1925)

What is the Position regarding Cysticercosis in Holland?
, Tijdschr. Diergeneesk 58: 1026-1046 (1931)

What is the best Time to control the Cutworms, Euxoa segetum, Schiff. ?
, Koztelek, Budapest, December 14. 31: 52, 1185-1186 (1921)

What is the cause of marsh spot in Peas ?
, Tijdschr. PIZiekt 42(6): 159-167 (1936)

What is the cause of the tissures in Pears and Apples?
, Die Kranke Pflanze 7(10): 142-144 (1930)

What is the centre of the origin of species in the light of Ch. Darwin's doctrine ?
, Priroda, Moskva. 11, 51-8 (1939)

What is the clutch size of the collared flycatcher ?
, Beitr. FortPflBiol. Vogel, 15: 172 (1939)

What is the cold resistance of fruit buds of peaches
, Hort. News. N.J., 25: 1577-78; 1588 (1944)

What is the correct botanical name of the Apple scab fungus?
, Nyt. Mag. Naturv 84: 251-253 (1943)

What is the exact origin of the Clementine ?
, Rev. Hort. Agric. Afrique Nord. 43: 62-65 (1939 )

What is the extent of our present knowledge of chlorosis?
, Forschungsdienst 24: 149-169 (1942)

What is the favourite Food of the Rook ?
, Tijdschr. Plantenziekten. Wageningen 25(2): 53-62 (1919)

What is the matter with the Elms in Illinois?
, Twenty-seventh Report of the State Entomologist of the State of Illinois, 1-20 (1912)

What is the origin of maize ?
, Rev. Agron, Lisboa 27: 235-36 (1939)

What is the position as regards Sweden's seed harvest ?
, Landtm. Svenskt Land 21: 14-5 (1937)

What is the position of the artificial drying of forage plants ?
, Mitt. Landw 59: 554-5 (1944)

What is the present position of the problem of metaxenia?
, Ann. Serv. Bot. Tunis 18: 43-55 (1941)

What is the return to the owner from reforestation?
, Bull. Soc. for Franche-Comte. 25: 332-9 (1945)

What is the smallest first litter required from a sow?
, Z. Schweinez 46: 225-227 (1939)

What is the trinomial typicus?-II
, Bull. Torrey Bot. Cl 70: 406-17 (1943)

What is the use of hoeing ?
, John Innes Bull 1: 3-6 (1945)

What is the yield of grassland in the Netherlands ?
, Landbouwk. Tijdschr 54: 639-51 (1942)

What is to be expected of zephyrol in disinfection of the hands ?
, Arch. Hyg. Berl 128: 11-30 (1942)

What is vitamin G? A survey of the literature
, J. Home Econ 28: 320-328 (1936)

What is wrong with Canadian forestry?
, For. Chron 21: 193-5 (1945)

What is wrong with Lord Lambourne ?
, John Innes Bull 1: 51-3 (1945)

What it costs to spray
, Minnesota Horticulturist 51(5): 129-131 (1923)

What kind of cotton do they want ?
, Emp. Cott. Gr. Rev 14: 286-93 (1937)

What kind of drying frame should be chosen?
, Mitt. Landw 59: 654-5 (1944)

What kind of process of species formation has led to the domesticated form L. esculentum Mill.?
, Z. Pflanzenz 25: 437-42 (1943)

What kind of trees shall I plant ?
, N. S. Dak. Hort, 18: 40 (1945)

What makes a disaster more disastrous? Planning is possible
, Entwicklung + Landlicher Raum 40(2): 8-10 (2006)

What makes a strong glued joint?
, Sth. Lumberm, 171: 2153, 287-8, 290 (1945)

What makes cotton good?
, Yearb. U.S. Dep. Agric. (1947). 369-72 (1943)

What may be expected from the selected palm plantations of the Belgian Congo ?
, Bull. Agric. Congo Belge 28: 471-90 (1937)

What may be learnt from the results of a four years' potash manuring trial on an upland meadow ?
, Landw. Wochbl. Kurhessen u. Waldeck, 37: 198 (1933)

What may we expect from Biological Control?
, Jl. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 16(6): 506-511 (1923)

What measures are calculated to ensure a satisfactory pasture yield under severe climatic conditions ?
, Svenska Betes- o. Vallforen. Arsskr 20: 218-27 (1938)

What measures are to be adopted for the production of pure seed of meadow plants ?
, Svensk Frotian 5: 77-80 (1936)

What milk production may be expected with the use of home-grown fodder?
, Zuchtungskunde 10: 63-7 (1935)

What must be taken into consideration in growing sunflowers for ensilage ?
, Mitt. deuts. LandwGes 47: 225-7 (1932)

What must be taken into consideration in regard to the export from, and import of Potatoes into Germany ?
, Merkbl. Sachs. Pflanzenschutzgesellsch. zu Dresden 1: 1-8 (1927)

What must the Veterinary Surgeon observe in the Protective Inoculation against Fowl Pox?
, Berl. tierarzil. Wschr. 47: 615-618 (1931)

What new varieties of hops did in N.Y. in 1939
, Amer. Brewer. 73: 6; 7, 29; 21-22 (1940)

What nutritive essentials can fresh vegetables contribute to our diet?
, Bull. Soc. sci. Hyg. aliment 33: 76-95 (1945)

What one farm can accomplish in the production campaign
, Prakt. El. Pflanzenb 13: 201-6 (1935)

What our Insects cost us
, Sci. Agric, Ottawa, Ont. 7(11): 440-445 (1927)

What part is played, by the duration of treatment in disinfection with uspulun?
, Landtmannen 8(13): 237-238 (1925)

What planted coffee and rubber take out of the soil and what they return to it. Preliminary communication.
, Bergcultures 15: 704-711 (1941)

What points are to be borne in mind in laying down pastures on arable land ?
, Svenska Betes- o. Vall-foren. Arsskr 13: 116-24 (1931)

What price fuelwood?
, For. Chron 18: 86-8 (1942)

What questions with regard to determination of suction force require still further testing?
, Proc. int. Seed Test. Ass 6: 479-82 (1934)

What results of agricultural breeding research can be utilized in forestry?
, Dtsch. Forstverein Jber, 413-23 (1936)

What shall be the Objective in the Training of an Entomologist
, J. econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 27(1): 53-58 (1934)

What shall the Americas grow ?
, Agric. America 3: 83-5 (1943)

What shall we do with our Information concerning Malaria in California ?
, Mthly. Bull. California State Bd. Health. Sacramento 15(6): 181-189 (1919)

What shall we teach Students in beginning Entomology ?
, J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 22(1): 213-217 (1929)

What should a patient with arthritis eat ?
, J. Amer. Med. Assoc 104: 1-6 (1935)

What should be considered in the sowing down of permanent grassland ?
, Mitt. Ver. Moork, Berl., 49: 29-34 (1931)

What should be done in the breeding of flowers
, Crop production and plant breeding. Papers read at the Meeting on Crop Production, Weihenstephan, Forschungsdienst, Verlag J. Neumann, Neudamm und Berlin, 107-11 (1936)

What should be done in wheat improvement
, Selectionneur 2: 13-31 (1933)

What should be the length of the calving interval ?
, Quart. Bull. Mich. agric. Exp. Sta 24(1): 52-55 (1941)

What should be the per capita per day milk consumption of our population?
, Amer. J. Digest. Dis. Nutrit 2: 416-421 (1935)

What should be the ultimate aim of the United States regarding the utilization of fats and oils ?
, Proc. Amer. Soc. Animal Prod: 32-43 (1935)

What should constitute a Satisfactory Bang's Disease Test for Interstate Shipment
, Veterinary Medicine 28: 37-38 (1933)

What should the fruit grower know about the sooty blotch and fly speck disease of Apples ?
, Mitt. Gesellsch. fur Vorratsschutz 8(3): 31-34 (1932)

What sort of manure ?
, Farm, S. Africa 18: 651-652 (1943)

What starter combinations are best for Brick cheese ?
, Rep. Wis. agric. Exp. Sta 446, 64-65 (1938)

What temperature injures wood? (1) Effect of temperature variation on strength. (2) Compression tests of dry wood. (3) Compression tests of frozen wet wood. The drying of frozen wet wood and the peculiar relation of density to crushing strength. Effect of temperature on
, Sth Lumberm, 168; 169: 2119; 2123; 2127, 55-6; 53; 51-2, 54; 55-7; 55-6; 55-6 (1944)

What the Experiment Station for Applied Botany at Bage is and what it has done
, Rev. Agron. Rio Grande do Sul 5(49): 65-67 (1941)

What the Giant Surinam Toad, Bufo marinus L., is eating now in Puerto Rico
, J. Agric. Univ. Puerto Rico. Rio Piedras, P.R. 21(1): 79-84 (1937)

What the Medical Student Should Be Taught About Vital Statistics
, American Journal of Public Health and the Nation's Health 27(12): 1273-1276 (1937)

What the army expects of German light horse breeding
, Dtsch. landw. Tierz 41: 47-48 (1937)

What the consumer should know about fortified foods
, Indust. Eng. Chem 33: 716-717 (1941)

What the farmer must know about wood preservation
, Illus. Landw. Zeit 49(20): 225-226 (1929)

What the plant breeder can and should do for the vegetable grower
, Proc. Annu. Mtg. Ohio Veg. Gr. Ass, 1934. 48-59 (1934)

What the recording thermometer can do and how it can be used on the pasteuriser
, Molkereiztg, Hudesh., 52: 3031-3032 (1938)

What the scientists are doing : Dholleras cotton improvement
, Indian Fmg 4: 468-69 (1943)

What the scientists are doing. Breeding wilt-resistance
, Indian Fmg 3: 442-43 (1942)

What the scientists are doing. Combing of Indian and Kampala cottons
, Indian Fmg 6: 369-70 (1945)

What the scientists are doing. Improvement of Cocanadas cotton
, Indian Fmg 5: 80-81 (1944)

What the scientists are doing. Improvement of toria in the Punjab
, Indian Fmg 5: 523-24 (1944)

What the scientists are doing. New cotton for Broach
, Indian Fmg, 4: 37 (1943)

What the scientists are doing. Red leaf in American cotton (G. hirsutum)
, Indian Fmg 6: 469-70 (1945)

What the scientists are doing. Testing technique
, Indian Fmg, 3: 597 (1942)

What the scientists are doing. The 1944 batch of Co. canes
, Indian Fmg 5: 420 (1944)

What the scientists are doing. The 1945 batch of Co. canes
, Indian Fmg 6: 176 (1945)

What the summer has taught us about hurricane damage
, Proc. nat. Shade Tree Conf 15: 100-9 (1939)

What the veterinarian needs to know about vitamin A. 2. For poultry
, J. Amer. Vet. Med. Assoc 104: 39-40 (1944)

What the veterinarian needs to know about vitamin A. 3. For small animals
, J. Amer. Vet. Med. Assoc 104: 39-40 (1944)

What toxin produces diabetic retinitis ?
, Arch.f. Ophthalmol. 189: 574-575 (1933)

What varieties should I plant ?
, Calif. Citrogr 30: 68-9, 80-85 (1945)

What variety of pea-nut should we sow in our country?
, Zemledelie, Sofia 45: 79-82 (1941)

What was Revealed from the Figures
, N. Z. J. Agric 61: 179-182 (1940)

What was revealed from the figures. Highly satisfactory results of practical test in Waikato
, N.Z. J. Agric 61: 179-182 (1940)

What we can expect from treated ties
, Proc. Amer. Wood Pres. Ass 36: 188-98 (1940)

What will be the prevalence of mildew, Eudemis and Cochylis in 1916 ?
, Rev. Vitic, Paris 44: 1123 (1916)

What woods practices are necessary for the development of private forestry? With comments by T. D. Woodbury
, J. For 37: 465-70 (1939)

What would appear to be the practical results of our present method of insulin therapy?
, Deutsch. med. Wochenschr 57: 1615-1618 (1931)

What yield does an asparagus plant give? A selection experiment with asparagus
, Obst.-u. Gemusebau. 77: (1931)

What's doing in All-India-Bengal
, Indian Fmg 3: 91-93 (1942)

What's doing in All-India-United Provinces
, Indian Fmg 3: 602-03 (1942)

What's doing in All-India. Cochin
, Indian Fmg 6: 184-86 (1945)

What's doing in All-India. Mysore
, Indian Fmg 3: 219-21 (1942)

What's doing in All-India. North-west Frontier Province
, Indian Fmg 5: 529-31 (1944)

What's doing in All-India. Punjab
, Indian Fmg 6: 180-81 (1945)

What's doing in All-India. The Punjab
, Indian Fmg 1: 86-90 (1940)

What's doing in All-India. The Punjab. Cotton improvement
, Indian Fmg 5: 84 (1944)

What's doing in all-India. The Punjab
, Indian Fmg 4: 99-101 (1943)

What's in a name?
, Indian For, 68, 6-9 (1942)

What's inside the potato
, Amer. Pot. J 11: 229-34 (1934)

What's new and innovative in wound management: problems and solutions
, Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Convention of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, San Antonio, Texas, USA, 2-6 December 2006: 265-269 (2006)

What's new in agriculture
, Agric. J. Brit. Guiana. 7: 45-50 (1936)

What's new in farm service
, Parts II of 58th Annual Report of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station, 41. 455: 87 (1940)

What's new in garden insect control
, Wis. Hon, 35: 148 (1945)

What's new in small fruit culture ?
, Proc. N. York St. hort. Soc. 90th annu. Meet, 85-93 (1945)

What's the best way to package natural cheese?
, Rep. Wis. agric. Exp. Sta. . 1940. Part I, 450, 1-3 (1940)

What's the distance of cross-pollination in grasses?
, Res. Fmrs, Ottawa 9(3): 4-5 (1934)

What's, doing in All-India-Bombay
, Indian Fmg 5: 324-25 (1944)

Wheat
, N.Z. Off. Yearb, 335-36 (1942)

Wheat Blossom Midges (Cecidomyidae, Diptera). Differences between Contarinia tritici (Kirby) and Sitodiplosis mosellana (Gehin)
, Bull. Ent. Res, London, 18: pt. 3, 285-288 (1928)

Wheat Bulb Fly Field Experiments
, Agriculture, London 52(8): 351-354 (1945)

Wheat Crosses at Roseworthy College
, J. Dept. Agric. S. Aust 37: 693-94 (1934)

Wheat Flour as an Adhesive for Sprays
, J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis. 37(5): 599-604 (1944)

Wheat Germ Oil against Sterility in Cows and Sows
, Med. dansk. Dyrl 17: 166-169 (1934)

Wheat Germ Oil in Brucella Infection in Cattle and Guinea
, Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine 2(5): 133-136 (1938)

Wheat Germ Oil in the Control of Fowl Paralysis and Kindred Diseases
, Proc 42nd ann. Meet. U.S. Live Stk sanit. Ass, 171-181 (1939)

Wheat Insect Survey for 1919
, Mthly. Bull. Ohio Agric. Expt. Sta, Wooster 4(8): 241-245 (1919)

Wheat Insect Survof 1921: Some Hessian Fly in North-western Ohio; other 1442 Pests increasing
, Mthly. Bull., Ohio Agric. Expt. Sta, Wooster., July- 6(7-8): 108-110 (1921)

Wheat Insects in New Brunswick a Century Ago
, Sci. Agric, Ottawa, Ont 7(8): 287-289 (1927)

Wheat No. 11-Agronomic and botanical description
, Rev. Inst. Rech. Agron. Bulg 9(4): 45-78 (1939)

Wheat Pests
, Riv. Agric, Parma, November 26(47): 586-587 (1920)

Wheat Pests in Castile
, La Ciencia Agricola 3(45): 2-4 (1913)

Wheat Pests.
, Social. Grain Fmg, Saratov 5(6): 151-165 (1936)

Wheat Sheath Miner
, Jl. Agric. Research. Washington, D.C., April 2nd 9(1): 17-25 (1917)

Wheat Stem Sawfly and Harvest Loss
, Bi-m. Bull. N. Dak. agric. Exp. Sta, Fargo, N. Dak. 1(4): 12-16 (1945)

Wheat Storage Problems in South Australia
, J. Dep. Agric. S. Aust, Adelaide -41. 44: 3; 5; 7-8, 124-136; 243-247; 346-352; 391-395 (1940)

Wheat Storage Problems. Protection from Weevils
, Jl. Dept. Agric. Victoria. Melbourne, February 11th 16(2): 117-119 (1918)

Wheat Straw breaking down through Contortion or through the attack of Insects
, Agric. Gaz. N. S.W, Sydney. 25(5): 377-378 (1914)

Wheat X couch grass amphidiploids, a new valuable forage crop
, Selek. Semenovod, 11, 56-7 (1937)

Wheat and Barley Grains punctured by Bugs
, Prakt. Bl. Pflanzenb, Freising, 15: pt. 12, 333-340 (1938)

Wheat and alfalfa make good silage
, Rep. Ohio Agric. Exp. Sta. (Progress of agricultural research in Ohio). 1940. Bull. 617, 46-47 (1940)

Wheat and barley in India
, Proc. World's Grain Exhib. Conf, Canada 2: 55-60 (1933)

Wheat and couch grass hybrids
, Science and Culture 6: 18-20 (1940)

Wheat and flour quality requirements
, Report of the Fifth Hard Red Winter Wheat Improvement Conference, Manhattan, Kansas, February 12, 13 and 14 1945. 33-36 (1945)

Wheat and its cultivation in Egypt.
, Bull. Un. Agric. Egypte 37: 205-224 (1932)

Wheat and maize in breadmaking
, Rend. Ist. San pubb 1: 351-368 (1938)

Wheat and oat variety trials, 1942
, J. Dep. Agric. W. Aust 20: 91-96 (1943)

Wheat and oat variety trials-1941
, J. Dep. Agric. W. Aust 19: 66-69 (1942)

Wheat and rice
, Arch. Inst. Pasteur, Tunis. 29: 319-321 (1940)

Wheat and soybeans as a feed for swine
, Proc. Amer. Soc. Animal Production. ( 1933). 131-133 (1932)

Wheat and wheat by-products for laying hens. (South Dakota State Coll. Agric. and Mech. Arts Bull. No. 284)
, Wheat and wheat by-products for laying hens, South Dakota State Coll. Agric., and Mech. Arts, 8 (1934)

Wheat as a dietary source of iron
, Jour Nutrition 19(5): 449-460 (1940)

Wheat as a feed for dairy cows
, J. Dept. Agric. Victoria. 42: 437-441 (1944)

Wheat as a feed for dairy cows. Experiences of those who have tried it
, J. Dep. agric. Vict 42: 437-41 (1944)

Wheat as a feed for dairy cows. Experiences of those who have tried it
, Jour Dept Agric Victoria 42(10): 437-441 (1944)

Wheat as a pig feed
, Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 43: 35-37 (1932)

Wheat as a solution to the stock feeding problem
, Jour Dept Agric Victoria 42(3): 97-99 (1944)

Wheat as a substitute for corn in the dairy ration
, Ohio Agric. Exp., Stat., Bimonthly Bull, Nov-Dec. 153, 203-208 (1931)

Wheat as grazing for fattening oxen
, Farming in S Africa 20(229): 235-238 (1945)

Wheat bran as a source of vitamin B
, Journal American Dietetic Assoc 7(4) (1932 )

Wheat bred to resist some strains of bunt may succumb to others
, Yearb. U.S. Dept. Agric, 392-93 (1932)

Wheat breeding
, Naturwissenschaften 22: 274-76 (1934)

Wheat breeding activities
, J. Dept. Agric. Viet 28: 541-44 (1930)

Wheat breeding and the taste of wheaten bread
, Mehl u. Brot, Berlin 36: 1-3. Price: Nr. 31 (1936)

Wheat breeding carried out at the Institute of Plant Industry of the Faculty of Agronomy of La Plata
, Rev. Argent, Agron. B. Aires 4: 207-10 (1937)

Wheat breeding for grain quality
, Z. Zuchtung. A 16: 532-36 (1931)

Wheat breeding in Tunisia
, Agron. Col, 20: 8 (1930)

Wheat breeding in Uruguay
, Zuchter 11: 265-77 (1939)

Wheat breeding, Department of Botany
, Report of the Seventh Eastern Wheat Conference, Lafayette, Indiana, June,. 1941. 7-9 (1941)

Wheat breeding. Maintaining form and selecting new types
, Milling 90: 70-72 (1938)

Wheat breeding. Progress and development
, J. Dep. Agric. Vict 38: 1-2; 25 (1940)

Wheat breeding. The production of improved varieties
, J. Agric. Vict 30: 512-14 (1932)

Wheat breeding. The production of new varieties
, J. Dept. Agric. Viet 29: 521-24 (1931)

Wheat bunt control (1930-31 and 1931-32)
, Rev. Path. Veg. et Ent. Agric 20: 4-5, 188 (1933)

Wheat bunt in 1932-1933
, Rev. Path. Veg. et Eut. Agric 21(1): 56-66 (1934)

Wheat bunt treatment and seed preservation from parasitic insects
, Ann. du Service Bot. de Tunisie. 7: 95-100 (1931)

Wheat bunt. Questions of yesterday and to-day
, Ann. Epiphyt 10: 1-9 (1944)

Wheat crops without fallow
, J. Dept. Agric. S. Aust 46: 342-343 (1943)

Wheat cultivation and its relation to the factors variety and time of sowing
, Rev. Minist. Industr. Montevideo. 2(4-5): 9-23 (1935)

Wheat cultivation on a phytogeographical basis
, Verlautb. deuts. Sekt. mahr. Landeskulturrat, 35/11: 64-66 (1934)

Wheat disease garden
, Rep 3rd Hard Red Winter Wheat Impr. Conf. Nebraska 34-35 (1935)

Wheat diseases in New Zealand. Hotes on their incidence and control
, New Zealand Journ. of Agric 46(3): 137-140 (1933)

Wheat diseases, i. Foot rot
, Boll. Fitopat. e Ent. Agraria, Min. Econ. Naz, 1: 23 (1927)

Wheat diseases, ii. Rusts
, Boll. Fitopat. e Ent. Agraria, Min. Econ. Naz, 2: 27 (1927)

Wheat diseases. Non-parasitic lesions. Hail injury
, Boll. Fitopat. e Ent. Agraria, Min. Econ. Naz, 5: 16 (1927)

Wheat diseases. ix. Mildew. x. Black mould. xi. Septoriosis
, Boll. Fitopat. e Ent. Agraria, Min. Eeon. Naz, 4: 26 (1927)

Wheat diseases. v. White blight. vi. White straw disease. vii. Plumed spore disease, viii. Ergot
, Soil. Fitopat. e Ent. Agraria, Min. Econ. Naz, 3: 31 (1927)

Wheat disinfection experiments with winter and spring Wheats and various fungicides
, Noveny-vedelem 1(7): (1925)

Wheat engorgement in horses
, Tasmanian J. Agric 5: 77-78 (1934)

Wheat feeding and drought management
, J. Dep. Agric, S. Aust 48: 156-7 (1944)

Wheat germ and germinated wheat
, Riv. Coniglicoltura. 11(12): 11-12 (1939)

Wheat germ in bread making
, Cereal Chemistry 20(4): 434-447 (1943)

Wheat germ oil
, Ann. Chim. appl. Roma. 26: 49-53 (1936)

Wheat germ oil (vitamin E) in the treatment of congenital nonobstructive hydro-cephalus
, J. Pediat 23: 194-203 (1943)

Wheat germ oil (vitamin E) in the treatment of repeated spontaneous and threatened abortion
, Med. Ann. Dist. Columbia. 7: 145-148 (1938)

Wheat germ oil (vitamin E) therapy in obstetrics
, Amer. J. Obstet. Gynecol 31: 352-357 (1936)

Wheat germ oil and tumor formation
, Proceedings Society Exp Biol and Med 40(2): 257-258 (1939)

Wheat germ oil as an antioxidant in dairy products
, Jour Dairy Sci 27(4): 311-318 (1944)

Wheat germ oil in fowl paralysis
, Journal American Vet Medicine Assoc 96(756): 375-376 (1940)

Wheat germ oil therapy. 1. Dosage-idiosyncracy
, Amer. J. Obstei. Gynecol 35: 249-255 (1938)

Wheat germ oil therapy. 2. Preservation of potency, influence on labor, seasonal needs
, Amer. J. Obstet. Gynecol 35: 609-614 (1938)

Wheat germ oil therapy. 3. Rat experiments, lactation, clinical uses, failures, and effect upon congenital anomalies
, Amer. J. Obstet. Gynecol 35: 810-817 (1938)

Wheat germ oil, vitamin E, in the rearing of premature infants
, Ztschr. Kinderheilk 60: 216-221 (1938)

Wheat gluten and canine hysteria
, Nutr. Rev 3: 176-178 (1945)

Wheat growing
, J. Dep. Agric., Eire 41: 38-42 (1944)

Wheat growing in the Lower North of South Australia
, J. Dep. Agric. S. Aust 44: 399-416, 468-74 (1941)

Wheat improvement in Greece
, Selectionneur 3: 146-65 (1934)

Wheat improvement in Kansas, 1874-1934, with special reference to quality, 29th Bienn
, Rep. Kans. Bd. Agric, 34. 34: 139-64 (1933)

Wheat improvement in the South West of France
, Rev. Sci, Paris., 24, 740-42 (1933)

Wheat improvement in the eastern United States
, Cereal Ghent 16(2): 208-223 (1939)

Wheat in Peru
, Agric. America 3: 233-35 (1943)

Wheat in Tunisia
, Ann. Serv. Bot. et Agron. Tunis, 8: 454 (1932)

Wheat in national diets
, Wheat Studies of the Food Res. Inst., Stanford Univ., California. 18: 37-76 (1941)

Wheat injured by A. rostrata compared with undamaged Grains
, Bol. Inst. Investig. agron, Madrid 1(1): 253-281 (1935)

Wheat meal fermentation tests with hard red spring wheats
, Rep. Mill. Baking Mtg, 7th Hard Spring Wheat Conf., Minneapolis, Minn., February 28 and 29-March 1, 22 p (1944)

Wheat meal in all-mash rations for poultry
, Utility Poultry J 17: 352-356 (1932)

Wheat meal v. millers' offals as a pig food
, J. Minist. Agric. (Engl.). 38: 790-792 (1931)

Wheat Mosaic in Egypt
, Science 73(1882): 95-96 (1931)

Wheat mosaic survey in Illinois and Missouri, and notes on other Wheat diseases
, Plant Dis. Reptr. 28(12): 418-419 (1944)

Wheat nematode in Tennessee
, Plant Dis Reporter 28(18): 582 (1944)

Wheat pickles. Laboratory experiments with various pickling media
, Journ. Dept. Agric. South Australia 29(9): 781-786 (1926)

Wheat pickling methods
, Journ. Dept. Agric. Victoria 25(5): 290-293 (1927)

Wheat planting and wheat improvement in Kansas
, 33rd Bienn. Rep. Kans. Bd Agric, (1942). 38: 168-207 (1941)

Wheat pollen dispersal under semiarid field conditions: potential outcrossing with Triticum aestivum and Triticum turgidum
, Euphytica 156(1/2): 25-37 (2007)

Wheat problems and policies in Germany
, Wheat Studies of the Food Res. Inst 13: 65-140 (1936)

Wheat production in California
, California Agric Exp Sta Bull 659: 1-18 (1941)

Wheat production in Southern Rhodesia
, Rhod. Agric. J 36: 260-74 (1939)

Wheat production in Southern Rhodesia
, Rhod. Agric. J 42: 222-42 (1945)

Wheat proteins. 1. Variation in protein and gluten by variety and region
, Agron. lusitana. 6: 367-396 (1944)

Wheat quality and swelling of gluten. The value of Berliner's method
, Zuchter 5: 54-61 (1933)

Wheat quality and the influence of the medium and fertilizing.
, Abs. in Chim. Indust, 38: 123C (1937)

Wheat quality as an object of breeding and production
, Der Zuchter 3: 286-97 (1931)

Wheat quality in the southwest as viewed by the agronomist
, Cereal Chemistry 14(1): 97-102 (1937)

Wheat resistant to fungous diseases (Triticum Timopheevi Zhuk.)
, Bull. Appl. Bot., Ser.A. Leningrad., 11, 121-30 (1934)

Wheat ripening as influenced by time of sowing and other factors
, J. Dept. Agric. Eire 37: 311-353 (1940)

Wheat rosette and its control
, Illinois Agric. Exper. Stat. Bull, 264, 275-296 (1925)

Wheat rusts and Wheat scald during the year 1940. I. Rusts
, Int. Bull. Pl. Prot, 15: 10, 181 M-185 M (1941)

Wheat rusts and Wheat scald during the year 1940. II. Scald
, Int. Bull. pl. Prot, 15: 11, 201M-205M (1941)

Wheat rusts at Monlon (Haute-Garonne) in 1924 and 1925
, Rev. Path. Veg. et Ent. Agric 13(1): 75-82 (1926)

Wheat rusts daring the season 1925-1926
, Rev. Path. Veg. et Ent. Agric 14(1): 39-44 (1927)

Wheat rusts from the viewpoint of plant breeding
, Agric. Live-Stk, India 5: 139-44 (1935)

Wheat rusts in 1923 at Grignon
, Rev. Path. Veg. et Ent. Agric 10(4): 318-323 (1923)

Wheat rusts in the Azoff-Black Sea and North Caucasus regions, and their control
, Summ. sci. Res. Wk Inst. Pl. Prot. Leningr., 1936. 101-103 p (1936)

Wheat rusts in the irrigated districts of the Trans-Volga region
, Pl. Prot., Leningr., 12, 35-50 (1937)

Wheat scab and Corn root rot caused by Gibberella saubinetii in relation to crop succession
, Journ. Agric. Res 27(11): 861-880 (1924)

Wheat scab damages Michigan grain crops
, Michigan Agric Exp Sta Quart Bull 12(1): 15-18 (1929)

Wheat scab in Minnesota
, Minnesota Agric. Exper. Stat. Tech. Bull, 18: 32 (1923)

Wheat seed testing from the pathological standpoint with special reference to embryo exposure
, Sci Agric 21(12): 761-775 (1941)

Wheat seed treatment against bunt
, Anal. Inst. Cere, agron. Roman 8: 501-518 (1936)

Wheat selection
, Erfelijkheid in Praktijk, Leiden, Leiden 2: 41-42 (1937)

Wheat selection at the research station for improving crop plants in Salonika
, Int. Rev. Agric, 26: T 514-15 (1935)

Wheat shows on the basis of the results of investigations with the farinograph
, Landeskultur 3: 53-57 (1936)

Wheat smuts and their control
, U.S. Dept. of Agric. Farmers' Bull, 1711: 16 (1933)

Wheat species characterized aceordteg to activity and quality of amylase in their grain
, C.R. (Doklady) Acad. Sci. U.R.S.S 27: 1020-23 (1940)

Wheat storage in experimental farm-type bins
, Circ. U. S. Dep. Agric, 637: 245 (1942)

Wheat storage trials at the Department's farms, 1943
, J. Dept. Agric. Eire. 41: 188 (1944)

Wheat varieties and bunt
, Selectionneur 2: 15 (1933)

Wheat varieties in Australia
, Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 51(7): 371-373; 397 (1938)

Wheat varieties in Australia
, Agric Gaz N S Wales 52(7): 355-358 (1941 )

Wheat varieties in Australia. Purple straw. Important influence on Australian wheat-growing
, Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 51: 605-10 (1940)

Wheat varieties in South Africa. Their history and development until 1912
, Sci. Bull. Pretoria. 108: 41 (1932)

Wheat varieties in the Wimmera
, J. Dep. Agric. Vict 40: 222-24 (1942)

Wheat varieties proposed for the natural regions of Czechoslovakia
, Rec. Inst. Rech. Agron. Rep. tchechosl, 112: 87 (1933)

Wheat variety investigations progress report. I. Experiments at Canberra, Wagga, Merredin, and Adelaide in 1934
, J. Coun. Sci. Industr. Res. Aust 8: 316-20 (1935)

Wheat versus milo for dairy cows. (Texas Agric. Exp. Stat. Bull. No. 480)
, Wheat versus milo for dairy cows Agric. Exp. Stat. (1933)

Wheat yield and quality as a problem in breeding and manuring
, Zuchter 13: 49-59 (1941)

Wheat, Weevils and Bulk-Handling
, Science-ana Industry, Melbourne 1(5): 304-307 (1919)

Wheat, flour and bread
, Le ble, la farine, le pain, Dunod, Paris., 359. Price: Fr.95 (1939)

Wheat, flour and bread, with special reference to enriched flour
, Med. J. Austral 1: 165-170 (1944)

Wheat- Agropyron hybrids in Kazahstan
, Sovhoznoe Proizvodstvo (State Farming). 8-9, 25-26 (1944)

Wheat- Agropyrum amphidiploids-a new useful fodder crop plant
, Breeding and Seed Growing, 11, 56-57 (1937)

Wheat-Agropyron hybrids in Kazakstan
, Sovhoz. Proizvod, 8-9, 25-6 (1944)

Wheat-Agropyrum hybrids
, Trans. Omsk Inst. Agric, 1: Nos. 1-6, 11-58 (1935)

Wheat-Agropyrum hybrids : a hylogenetic investigation
, Trudy prikl. Bot. Genet i. Selekcii. Ser 2(8): 121-61 (1935)

Wheat-Quitch amphidiploids
, C.R. (Doklady) Acad. Sci. U.R.S.S 17: 489-90 (1937)

Wheat-Sowing Dates to avoid Hessian Fly
, Mthly. Bull. Ohio Agric. Expt. Sta, Wooster 5(9): 243-246 (1920)

Wheat-barley matings
, Jour Agric victoria 30(3): 138-144 (1932)

Wheat-growing in Madagascar and the rusts
, Agron. Colon 23(201): 77-80 (1934)

Wheat-growing prospects in Brazil
, Arch Fitotec Uruguay 3(3): 240-261, -41 (1940)

Wheat-is it suitable food for dairy cows?
, J. Dept. Agric. W. Austral 9: 530-532 (1932)

Wheat-its proteins and nutritional properties
, Cereal Chemistry 14: 771-782 (1937)

Wheat-manuring in the South Island
, N.Z.J. Agric 56: 257-258 (1938)

Wheat-owing without superphosphate
, J. Dept. Agric. S. Aust, 46: 191 (1943)

Wheat-rye hybrids
, J. Dept. Agric, S. Aust., 35: 798-99 (1932)

Wheat-rye hybrids
, Selektsija i Semenovodstvo (Breeding and Seed Growing), 5, 23-26 (1937)

Wheat-rye hybrids and their value from the point of view of breeding
, Dei Zuchter 3: 244-48 (1931)

Wheat-rye hybrids. History, production sterility and fertility of the F1 hybrid
, Ann. Epiphyt. Phytogenet 4: 235-65 (1938)

Wheat-rye hybrids. I. An analysis of the first generation of various wheat-rye hybrid combinations
, Bull. Lab. Genet, Leningrad 9: 69-87 (1932)

Wheat-rye hybrids. II. Genetical analysis of crossability of rye with various species of wheat
, C.R. (Doklady) Acad. Sci. U.R.S.S 27: 598-600 (1940)

Wheat. (QUEENSLAND Department of Agriculture and Stock Pamph. No. 83.)
, Queensl. agric. past. Handb, 1: 37 (1941)

Wheat. Brief characteristics of varieties tested at the Plant Breeding Station, Salisbury, and available for distribution
, Rhod. Agric. J 39: 11-14 (1942)

Wheat. Varieties tested at the Plant Breeding Station, Salisbury, and available for distribution
, Rhod. Agric. J 42: 19-20 (1945)

Wheatmeal bread or milk?
, Chem. and Indust 60: 623-627 (1941)

Wheats beyond the Arctic Circle
, Bull. Appl. Bot, Leningrad, Ser. XV (5), 3-38 (1936)

Wheats bred for smut resistance combined with yield and quality
, Yearb. U.S. Dept. Agric, 403-04 (1932)

Wheats for Tennessee growers
, Tennessee Agric Exp Sta Circ 86: 1-7 (1943)

Wheats of the islands of the Mediterranean
, Bull. Appl. Bot. Leningrad, Ser. 5. 2, 41-240 (1934)

Wheel load distribution for shear in timber bridge stringers
, Wood. Pres. News 21: 6-10, 12 (1943)

When Paris Green and when Barium Chloride should be used against the Larvae of Pteronus ribesii
, Tijdschr. Plantenziekten. Wageningen 30(8): 129-131 (1924)

When and now to harvest lucerne for seed
, Setnenovodstvo, 6, 13-4 (1935)

When can lucerne follow lucerne ?
, Mitt. Landw, 57: 597 (1942)

When do the rainbow trout spawn ?
, Anat. Rec, 60: 100 (1934)

When does the Cost of Spraying Truck Crops become Prohibitive ?
, Jl. Econ. Entom, Concord, N.H. 10(6): 521-523 (1917)

When does the gonadotropic activity of the hypophysis of immature animals begin ?
, Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper 13: 71-73 (1938)

When drying prunes
, Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 49: 95-7, 107 (1938)

When fertilizing, consider the plant-food content of crops
, Better Crops with Plant Food 24(3): 6-9, 37-42 (1940)

When in rot not rot?
, Proc. Amer. Wood Pres. Assoc. 1925. 202-215 (1925)

When is cleaned equipment really clean?
, Food Indust 12(10): 39-45 (1940)

When is a bent grass a creeping bent ?
, Bull. U. S. Golf Ass. Green Sec 12: 37-8 (1932)

When is ammonia preferable to saltpetre as nitrogenous fertilizer for beets ?
, Deut. Zuckerindust 63: 995-996 (1938)

When is breeding for drought tolerance optimal if drought is random?
, New phytologist 175(1): 70-80 (2007)

When is capillary fragility a sign of a subnormal supply of vitamin C in man ? 1. A history of employment of the capillary test for judging the supply of vitamin C in the individual
, Acta paediat 20: 71-94 (1937)

When is capillary fragility a sign of vitamin C deficiency in man ?
, Nord. med. Tidskr 14: 1733-1741 (1937)

When is capillary fragility a sign of vitamin-C subnutrition in man?
, Lancet 233: 703-705 (1937)

When is insulin dangerous?
, Southern Med. J. Nashville. 28: 441-442 (1935)

When is one ovary worth more than two ?
, Zbl. Gynak 62: 969-982 (1938)

When is rot not rot? Progress report
, Proc. Amer. Wood Preservers' Assoc. 1927. 70-77 (1927)

When is sulphur a prophylactic against heart rot of the Sugar Beet?
, Angewandte Botanik 23(5): 348-360 (1941)

When is the feedingstuffs position satisfactory ?
, Deutsch. landwirtsch. Tierzucht. 48: 35-37; 51-53 (1942)

When meat is unfit for humanconsumption
, Z. Fleisch u. Milchhyg 53: 96-97 (1943)

When participation meets empowerment: the WWF and the politics of invitation in the Chimalapas, Mexico
, Annals of the Association of American Geographers 97(2): 423-444 (2007)

When raindrops splash
, Soil Conserv U S Dept Agric 10(3): 58-62 (1944)

When should a clover-grass mixture be sown?
, A. K. Alpw. MBl 79: 102-6 (1945)

When should tetany be treated with A.T. 10 ?
, Deutsch. med. Wochenschr 60: 1830-1831 (1934)

When should the aftermath on leys be cut for A.I.V. fodder ?
, Svenskt Land 18: 355 (1934)

When should the hay leys be cut?
, Svensk Fr odtin 5: 64-7 (1936)

When should the last cut of lucerne be taken in tibe autumn ?
, Lantm. Svenskt Land 27: 726-7 (1943)

When south goes for livestock grass seed gets the call
, Seed World 54(6): 8-9; 46 (1943)

When to apply liquid manure.
, Aim u. Weide 19: 160-162 (1938)

When to apply treatments for the control of Vine mildew
, L'Istria Agric 10(8): 175-179 (1930)

When to cut cereal hays
, Proc. Amer. Soc. Animal Prod: 152-154 (1935)

When to mate sows: better results obtained when the time of service is carefully chosen
, Fmr and Stk-Breed, 53: 2646 (1939)

When to prune
, Mon. Bull. Coffee Bd Kenya. 5: 38 (1939)

When to treat quackgrass most effectively with chlorates
, Journal American Society Agron 23(1): 41-42 (1931)

When, how, and what to drink: alcoholism among Indian peoples in the Upper Rio Negro, Brazil
, Cadernos de Saude Publica 23(7): 1640-1648 (2007)

Whence come adult Anophelines in Areas that have been subjected to Avio-chemical Treatment ?
, Med. Parasit. parasit. Dis, Moscow. 2(1-2): 53-59 (1933)

Whence come the failures in sowing down new grassland ?
, Der junge Landwirt 5: 60-2 (1932)

Whence the Termites of Hawaii ?
, Proc. Hawaiian Ent. Soc. Honolulu 5(3): 381-384 (1924)

Whence the poor Clover stand ?
, Die Kranhs Pflanze 9(6-7): 61-63 (1932)

Where and when to measure forest-fire danger
, Jour Forest 42(10): 744-751 (1944)

Where are the thoroughbred Palominos ?
, J. Hered, 31: 128 (1940)

Where did the potato come from ?
, Mon. Sci. News, 7, 2-3 (1942)

Where do science debates come from? Understanding attention cycles and framing
, The media, the ic and agricultural biotechnology: 193-230 (2007)

Where do we stand to-day as regards the disinfection question? Retrospect and outlook
, Nachr. Schadl. Bekampf, Leverkusen 11(3): 105-112; 153; 156-157; 161 (1936)

Where does Anthonomus pomorum winter
, Horticulturist. Rostov-on-Don, 6, 454-456 (1915)

Where does Stenepteryx hinindinis, L., occur ?
, Mitt. Ver. sacks. Orn, Dresden, 5: pt. 3, 126-130 (1937)

Where does the meconium flora come from ?
, Ztschr. Kinderheilk 64: 180-185 (1943)

Where next with Loa loa encephalopathy? Data are badly needed
, Trends in Parasitology 23(6): 237-238 (2007)

Where will the food come from ?
, Med. Rec. N.Y 158: 110-116 (1945)

Wherein is the Virus-Serum-Toxin Law Inadequate for the Proper Control of Veterinary Biologics?
, Proc 44th ann. Meet. U.S. Live Stk sanit. Ass. 1941. 212-219 (1941)

Whether Crescent Findings suffice to explain the Epidemiology of malignant tertian Fevers
, Atti R. Accad. Naz. Lincei, Rend. Classe Sci. fis. maternat. e nat, Rome 32: 583-587 (1923)

Whether flowering plants can be damaged by spraying them with insecticides
, Bulletin of Applied Botany. Petrograd 4(89): 175-176 (1916)

Whether mental disorders occur in animals
, Deutsche Tieraerztliche Wochenschrift 52/50: 352-353 (1944)

Whether the Feeding of Animals with Peas infested with Bruchus pisorum, L., is injurious
, Husbandry. Kiev 11: 39-40, 654-655 (1916)

Whether the bacillus of d'Herelle or arsenic is necessary to control locusts
, Agriculture of Turkestan. Tashkent, 2, 151-171 (1915)

Whether varietal characteristics are invariably lost in intervarietal crossing
, Jarovizacija, 5-6 (26-27), 174-96 (1939)

Whether, and within what limits, copper compounds can foe replaced by other metallic salts or national products in the manufacture of fungicides
, Nucvi Ann. Agric, Roma 16(2): 81-92 (1936)

Whey and curd in the feeding of laying hens
, Arch. Geflugelk 10: 129-137 (1936)

Whey as a source of vitamins and vitamin products
, Industr. Engng Chem 32: 238-240 (1940)

Whey as a stock food
, J. Dept. Agric. Victoria 39: 469-473 (1941)

Whey as the substratum in vitamin B1 assays
, Proceedings Society Exp Biol and Med 41(1): 235-240 (1939)

Whey for pig feeding
, Agric Journal of Min Agric Gr Brit 49(1): 51-53 (1942)

Whey in pig feeding
, Ztschr. f. Schweinezucht. 41: 25-9 (1934)

Whey in the food industry
, Chemikerztg 67(23): 321-324 (1943)

Whey solubles as a source of growth factors in chick rations
, Poult. Sci 21(5): 465 (1942)

Whey, Milk-Serum and Milk Agglutination as Aids to the Determination of Brucella Infection of the Cow's Udder
, Wien. tierarztl. Mschr 20: 97-105 (1933)

Whey-raw material for candy
, Mfg Confect 21(3): 14-16 (1941)

Which Drugs are excreted in the Milk?
, Munch, tierarztl. Wschr 84: 229-234 (1933)

Which Insects are the important Enemies of Shade, Park and Ornamental Trees in the Pacific States?
, J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 23(5): 783-785 (1930)

Which Part of the Milk is most Suitable for the Demonstration of Br. abortus ?
, Tierärztliche Rundschau 38: 279-281 (1932)

Which Protein Fractions of the Blood Contain Swine Fever Virus?
, Kozl. Osszehas. elet- es kartan Korebol 29: 79-88 (1941)

Which Silphids attack Turnip leaves in the Adult State ?
, Zeitschr. f. angew. Entom, Berlin 5(2): 278-285 (1919)

Which Way Brucellosis Control?
, J. Amer. vet. med. Ass 99: 462-464 (1941)

Which Wireworms are injurious in Hungary ?
, Nwenyegeszsegugyi Evkonyv. Budapest, 2-4: 395-396 (1944)

Which apples do the consumers require?
, Agrarforschung 14(1): 4-9 (2007)

Which are the best disinfectants?
, Nachrichtenbl. deutsch. Pflansenschutzdienst 3(9): 65-66 (1923)

Which breed ?
, Brit. Goat. Soc. Yearb, 15-17 (1935)

Which common Species of Flea-beetles need Consideration as Cabbage Pests ?
, Schweizer Ent. Anz, Zurich, 1st u: 12, 53-54 (1923)

Which constituent of liver passes into human milk?
, Deutsch. med. Wochenschr 63: 136-137 (1937)

Which constituent of liver passes into the breast milk ? Remarks and personal experiments. Welcher Leberbestandteil geht in die Frauenmilch uber ?
, Wien. med. Wschr 88: 959-964 (1938)

Which diseases should be treated with vitamins ?
, Wien. klin. Wochenschr 65: 308-312 (1942)

Which disinfectants are suitable for spring seed-grain?
, Landtmannen Tidskr. for Landtman. 15(11): 219-220 (1932)

Which flax varieties to grow in 1942
, Bi-m. Bull. N. Dak. Agric. Exp. Sta 4(4): 2-6 (1942)

Which is the Virulent Trypanosome of Swine ? Is Tryp. montgomeryi a True Species?
, Ann. Soc. belge Med. trop 17: 219-228 (1937)

Which is the best baconer ? Report for third season of carcass quality scheme
, N.Z. J. Agric 63: 303-305 (1941)

Which is the best baconer carcass ?
, N.Z. J. Agric 57: 23-24 (1938)

Which is the best baconer? Report for second season of carcass quality scheme for bacon pigs
, N. Z. J. Agric 61: 43-44 (1940)

Which is the best method of cultivation for Medicago sativa ?
, Lantm. Svenskt Land 25: 123-5 (1941)

Which is the best method of lucerne cultivation? The cultivation of lucerne at Svartingstorp in the province of Kalmar
, Lantm. Svenskt Land, 25: 391 (1941)

Which is the most useful and Reliable Rapid Method for the Diagnosis of Udder Disease?
, Molk. Ztg 45: 525-526 (1931)

Which of the six utility breeds of dogs is best adapted for service with the State railways ?
, Tierärztliche Rundschau 41: 518-520 (1935)

Which plums are grown in our country ?
, Fruktodlaren, 2, 53-55 (1941)

Which questions in the field of suction pressure determination still require further examination ?
, C.R. Ass. Int. Essais Semences Copenhagen, 2, 479-82 (1934)

Which rust resistant wheats are most desirable?
, Bi-m. Bull. N. Dak. Agric. Exp. Sta 1(3): 31-35 (1939)

Which strains of red clover are best suited for cultivation in Scania ?
, Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr 45: 83-105 (1935)

Which varieties of Peas need treatment? Pea seed treatments as crop insurance
, Canner 98: 19; 20, 14; 16; 26; 28; 30; 20-22; 46; 48; 50 (1944)

Which varieties of peas need treatment?
, Canner 98(19): 14, 16, 26, 28, 30 (1944)

Which variety of cacao should we sow ?
, Rev. Fac. Nac. Agron. Colombia, Colombia 4: 1325-29 (1941)

Which verdicts of genetics are significant for practical animal breeding ?
, Dtsch. landw. Tierz 42: 1007-1009 (1938)

Whipping capacity of ice cream mixes
, Industr. Engng. Chem 31: 779-783 (1939)

Whiptail disease of Cauliflowers can almost be eliminated by liming
, Agric. Gaz. New South Wales. 44(12): 911-914 (1933)

Whiptail of cauliflowers and cabbages
, Queensland Agric Jour 37(1): 35-36 (1943)

Whipworm hysteria in dogs
, Veterinary Medicine 36(10): 522-523 (1941)

Whipworms and blood-flukes in dogs in India, with remarks on trichuriasis
, Parasitology 34(1): 122-123 (1942)

Whipworms from South African ruminants
, Onderstepoort Jour Vet Sci And Animal Indust 9(1): 91-100 (1937)

White Ant Experiments : Tests of the Resistancy of Timbers
, Union S. Africa Dept. Agric. Ent. Memoir, Pretoria, 2, 81-104 (1924)

White Ant Investigations in the Federal Capital Territory
, J. Council Sci. Ind. Res, Melbourne 3(4): 220-224 (1930)

White Ant Notes
, Jl. Dept. Agric. Union S. Africa, Pretoria. 2(3): 266-267 (1921)

White Ants in Natal
, Agric. Jl. of the Union of S. Africa: 542-571 (1912)

White Blood Cell Picture in the Bitch during Oestrus
, Rev. Hig. Sanid. pecuar 25: 816-821 (1935)

White Blood Constituents in Equino Eaeepbatomyelitis
, Trnd. Ural'sk. vet. zootekh. Inst, 1, 32-34 (1936)

White Coating on Foliage a Repellent for Potato Leafhopper
, J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis. 30(3): 454-457 (1937)

White Ear, Thrips Injury and Frit-fly Infestation in Ears of Oats
, Kranke Pflanze, Dresden 13(7-8): 129-132 (1936)

White Faverolles, an improvement on the original Salmon variety
, Fmr and Stk-Breed, 52: 302 (1938)

White Fine blister rust
, Ann. Rept. Massachusetts Dept. of Agric. for the year ending November 30 1924. 31-32 (1924)

White Fly at Marysville
, Mthly. Bull. State Commiss. Hortic, Sacramento, Cal. 4(8): 386-388 (1915)

White Fly on Hops
, Bull. Bur. Bio-Technol, Leeds 2(13): 127-128 (1924)

White Grub Damage to Pastures on the Atherton Tableland
, Qd agric. J, Brisbane 46: pt. 4, 446-466 (1936)

White Grub Injury in 1915
, Rept. Connecticut Agric. Expt. Sta., New Haven, 179-181 (1916)

White Grub Surveys in Ontario during 1935
, Rep. ent. Soc. Ont, Toronto 66: 42-45 (1936)

White Grub investigation - A brief Report of Progress
, Agric. Gaz. Canada. Ottawa 4(7): 854-656 (1917)

White Grubs
, J. Dept. Agric. S. Aust, Adelaide, October 15 34(3): 224-227 (1930)

White Grubs, Lachnosterna sp., and Larvae of the Weevil Root-borer, Diaprepes spengleri, L., attacking Sugar-cane in the Guanica District of Porto Rico, and Methods practised for controlling them
, Jl. Dept. Agric. Porto Rico, Rio Piedras, P.R. 8(2): 22-26 (1924)

White Louse of Citrus
, Qd agric. J, Brisbane, 44: pt. 1, 4-8 (1935)

White Niagara grape produces a sport
, Agric. Amer, 4: 97 (1944)

White Paper from the Minister for Agriculture, etc. on the Recognition of Chronic Bovine Streptococcic Mastitis in Dairy Herds. June 1st, 1931
, Reichsgesdhbl 6: 458-459 (1931)

White Pine Weevil is increasing in Michigan
, Quart. Bull. Michigan Agric. Expt. Sta, East Lansing, Mich. 14(1): 36-38 (1931)

White Pine blister rust control
, Third Bienn. Rept. Michigan Dept. of Agric. for the fiscal years ending June 30, and 1928. 1928. 49-50 (1928)

White Pine blister rust control in Connecticut
, Connecticut Agric. Exper. Stat, Bull. 314, 453-477 (1930)

White Pine blister rust control in Ontario as post-war employment
, For. Chron 19: 40-3, (1943)

White Pine blister rust in New fork
, Papers Forest Protect. Conf., N.Y. Coll. of Forestry, 1926. 4-10 (1926)

White Pine blister rust in Wisconsin
, Bull Wis. Dep. Agric 204: 37-48 (1939)

White Pine hlister rust in Michigan
, Phytopath 13(6): 285-286 (1923)

White Pine propagation
, J. For 39: 332-3 (1941)

White Pines and the blister mat
, Pennsylvania Dept. of Agric. Gen. Bull, 457: 10 (1928)

White Scale
, (Hcmichio-naspis minor). Vida agric, Lima 4(46): 841-844 (1927)

White Scour and Allied Diseases in Calves
, Vet. Rec 14: 1004-1016 (1934)

White Snakeroot or Richweed (Eupatorium urticaefolium) as a Stock-Poisoning Plant
, Jl. Agric, Res, Washington : Govt. Ptg. Office. 11(13): 699-715 (1918)

White Ugni and court-noue
, Progr. agric. vitic 107(15): 346-347 (1937)

White Wax Scale
, Qd agric. J, Brisbane, 1st 44(5): 556-559 (1935)

White Wax Scale of Citrus (Ceroplastes destructor)
, Agric.Gaz. N.S.W, Sydney 45: pt. 2, 88-90 (1934)

White ants
, Qtrly Jl. Scient. Dept. Ind. Tea. Assoc, Calcutta, 4, 96-97 (1913)

White blight of the culm of Wheat
, Riv. Pat. Veg 20(3-4): 79-85 (1930)

White blood cell differential count in rabbits artificially infected with intestinal coccidia
, Journal of Protozoology Research 16(3-4): 42-50 (2006)

White bread from the hygienic and economic viewpoint
, Ann. d'Hyg 12: 723-735 (1934)

White clover
, Four addresses on the improvement of grassland, 37-50 (1933)

White clover
, Rukovod. Approb. seljskohoz. Kuljt 4: 49-51 (1938)

White clover as a factor in the improvement of grassland and in its relation to the feeding properties of the sward
, Rep 3rd Grassl. Conf. Zurich, 186-93 (1934)

White clover as a host of the sugar-beet nematode
, Proceedings Helminthol Society Washington 5(1): 27-28 (1938)

White clover in proportion to the grasses in pasture leys
, Svenska Betes- o. Vallforen. Arskr 16: 169-76 (1934)

White clover seed production. Suggestions based on New Zealand practice
, J. Minist. Agric 50: 9-12 (1943)

White clover strains for seed production in Scania
, Svensk Frotidn 3: 122-4 (1934)

White clover trials, 1928-1980
, J. Minist. Agric 89: 708-18 (1932)

White corn versus yellow corn in growing rations
, Poultry Sci 12: 331 (1933)

White curl grubs (Scarabaeidae)
, Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 55: 111-4; 135 (1944)

White ear disease in Gramineae. I. The debate on Thysanoptera as agents producing white ear disease
, Maataloust. Aikakausk 6: 139-58 (1934)

White ear in grass crops
, Mitt, deuts. LandwGes, 46: 972 (1931)

White fish meal for growth and milk production
, Bi-m. Bull. Ohio Agric. Exp. Stat 22: 46-52 (1937)

White flanks in Sahiwal cattle. Another Mendelian factor
, Indian J. vet. Sci 9: 1-15 (1939)

White fly and Eupatorium as causes of pseudo-mosaic
, Vlugsckr. Deli-Proefst. Medan, 67: 4 (1940)

White fruited forms found among the Nerosimyi cucumber
, Vestnik Ovoscevodstvo i Kartofel' Vegetable and Potato Journal, 3, 101-02 (1940)

White fruited forms of olive, O. europaea L
, Bol. Soc. Broteriana. 19: 617-34 (1945)

White grub injury to young plantations in New York
, Jour Forest 41(11): 842-844 (1943)

White Man versus the Prairie
, Science 91(2351): 53-58 (1940)

White mould in Onions
, Farming in South Africa 7(75): 112-114 (1932)

White mulch and a south facing position favour strawberry growth and quality in high latitude tunnel cultivation
, Canadian Journal of Plant Science 87(2): 317-325 (2007)

White necrosis-a virus disease of Tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.), and 'cabbage Tobacco' as a late symptom
, J. Agron, S. Paulo 3(1): 1-26 (1940)

White perithecia and the taxonomy of Hypomyces ipomoeae
, Mycologia 32(5): 646-648 (1940)

White piedra of the hair tips caused by Trichosporon ribeiroi
, Rev. argent. Dermatosif 28(4): 487-494 (1944)

White pine selections tested for resistance to blister rust
, Jour Forest 41(10): 753-760 (1943)

White rats as experimental animals in studies on the soft-fat problem
, Food Res 1: 413-418 (1936)

White rot of Allium in Europe and America
, Phytopath 14(7): 315-322 (1924)

White rot of Vine shoots.
, Prog. Agric. et Vitie 101(20): 471-472 (1934)

White rust of crucifers
, Biologico 6(8): 225-226 (1940)

White scale of citrus and its control
, Circ. Exp. Sta. Concordia. Argentina, 9: 4 (1936)

White Scours in Calves
, Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine and Veterinary Science 9(1): 13-14 (1945)

White seedlings due to homozygosity of a deficiency in chromosome IX of Zea mays
, Genetics 22: 189-90 (1937)

White sick-ness or reclamation disease
, Mitt. fur die Landw 49(42): 919-920 (1934)

White snakeroot poisoning in Arkansas
, Veterinary Medicine 36(3): 136-137 (1941)

White spotting in Duroc-Jersey swine
, Jour Agric Res 49(7): 625-634 (1934)

White spotting in the fox
, American Nat 77(771): 289-321 (1943)

White straw disease of Wheat
, Rivista Agricola 26(594): 407-408 (1930)

White weed (Lepidium drabd)
, Tasm. J. agric 14: 121-5 (1943)

White worms and methods of cultivation.
, Bull. Soc. Sci. Nat. Rouen. 41. 66, 67: 117-122 (1940)

White-Pine blister-rust quarantine regulations revised. (U.S. Dept. of Agric., Plant Quarantine and Control Admin. Leaflet)
, White-Pine blister-rust quarantine regulations revised, 6 (1928)

White-ant-proof Wood for the Tropics
, Jl. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N. Y. 14(6): 496-501 (1921)

White-backed cattle of western Ukraine
, Trud. ukr. nauc.-issled. Inst. Zivotn, Harjkov, 10, 29-31 (1944)

White-flower character from X-ray treatment of tomato seed
, Jour Heredity 31(2): 78-79 (1940)

White-footed Mice feeding upon Grasshopper Eggs
, J. Mammal, Baltimore, Md. 24(3): 440-441 (1943)

Whitebrush (Lippia Ligustrina) Poisoning in Horses
, J. Amer. vet. med. Ass 101: 35-38 (1942)

Whiteflies of Citrus
, Mthly Bull. Cal. State. Commiss. Hortic. Sacramento 6(7): 298-307 (1917)

Whiteflies on Gardenias
, Florida Ent, Gainesville, Fla. 28(2): 30-31 (1945)

Whiteheads or take-all in Wheat
, J. Minist. Agric 44(3): 231-241 (1937)

Whitetop control on the Newlands project in Nevada
, Redam. Em 9: 47-50 (1941)

Whitetop eradication
, Bull Nevada Agric Exp Sta 170: 1-18 (1944)

Whitewash to control potato leafhopper on citrus
, Jour Econ Ent 33(1): 83-85 (1940)

Whitewashing of plants as a means of improving their water-regime and increasing the yield of sugar-beet
, Compt Rend Doklady Acad Science Urss 42: 38-42 (1944)

Whither Canada's apple industry ?
, Booklet reprinting articles from Food in Canada, 1, 2-6 (1945)

Whither forestry
, Timber of Canada 45 5(9): 31-4, 62, 64, 66, 68, (1944)

Whither in Entomology
, Jl. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 16(1): 31-39 (1923)

Who built the first contour ridges?
, Rhod. Agric. J 38: 144-148 (1941)

Who gets the money? What do forest owners in developed countries expect from the Kyoto Protocol?
, Unasylva English ed 56(222): 35-38 (2005)

Who is interested in buying coloured photographs of plant diseases?
, Nord. JordbrForskn, 5-6, 273-74 (1943)

Who rules sport now? White and Brackenridge revisited
, International Review for the Sociology of Sport 41(3/4): 465-473, 484, 490 (2006)

Who shall regulate our forests?
, J. For, 40, 384-7 (1942)

Who should control the forests? An historical study of Government regulation
, J. For 42: 861-70 (1944)

Who's who among the prairie grasses
, Ecology 12(4): 623-632 (1931)

Whole Blood Pullorum Studies
, Poult. Sci, 18: 26 (1939)

Whole Blood in the Treatment of Anaplasmosis
, Veterinary Medicine 36: 316-318 (1941)

Whole blood and plasma ascorbic acid concentrations in patients with pellagra and associated deficiency diseases
, Proceedings Society Exp Biol and Med 45(1): 441-446 (1940)

Whole grain groats as second carbohydrate in infant feeding
, Ztschr. Kinderheilk 64: 339-378 (1944)

Whole lactic acid evaporated milk does not require a refrigerator
, Jour Pediatrics 23(3): 307-309 (1943)

Whole Liver as an Adjuvant to Iron in the Treatment of Hypochromic Anaemia
, Canadian Medical Association Journal 47(5): 456-460 (1942)

Whole milk and calf rearing
, Dtsch. landw. Tierz 46(16): 169-171 (1942)

Whole milk and milk reconstituted from skimmilk with bed snet melted with water as foods for calves. Experiments with thirty-two animals
, Latte e Latticini 15(3/4): 45-48 (1938)

Whole milk as a diet for infants
, Med. Klin 34: 675-678 (1938)

Whole milk plus carbohydrates in early infant feeding
, Arch. Pediat 56: 106-113 (1939)

Whole milk powder
, Milk, Mojonnier Bros. Co 20(1): 3-4 (1943)

Whole milk proves better than filled milk
, Rep. Wis. agric. Exp. Sta, 40. 450, 24-25 (1939 )

Whole wheat and enriched breads
, Journal American Dietetic Assoc 18(10): 667-670 (1942)

Whole wheat compared with gristed wheat as a food for pigs
, Agric Gaz N S Wales 54(8): 387-388, 395 (1943)

Whole wheat groats and intestinal flora in infants
, Deutsch. med. Wocfumschr 70: 426-428 (1944)

Whole-grain consumption is associated with a reduced risk of noncardiovascular, noncancer death attributed to inflammatory diseases in the Iowa Women's Health Study
, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 85(6): 1606-1614 (2007)

Whole-grain intake and carotid artery atherosclerosis in a multiethnic cohort: the Insulin Resistance Atherosclerosis Study
, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 85(6): 1495-1502 (2007)

Whole-system integration and modeling essential to agricultural science and technology for the 21st century
, Journal of Crop Improvement 19(1/2): 73-103 (2007)

Whole-tree level water balance and its implications on stomatal oscillations in orange trees [Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck] under natural climatic conditions
, Journal of Experimental Botany 58(7): 1893-1901 (2007)

Wholefarm demonstration at Spitzkop, Fatal
, Fmg. S. Afr 20: 343-8 (1945)

Wholemeal bread
, Schtceiz. med. Wochenschr 69: 321-324 (1939)

Wholesale Destruction of the Tree (Actinophora fragrans) by a Buprestid Borer
, Tectona. Buitenzorg 22: 1-22 (1929)

Wholesale destruction of Sunflower caused by Sclerotinia libertiana
, Proc. Pan-Soviet Congress of Botanists in Leningrad in January, 1928. 177-178 (1928)

Wholesale dying-off of fruit trees in the south-east in 1927
, Plant Protection (formerly La Defense des Plantes). Leningrad 6(3-4): 431-441 (1929)

Whooping cough and rickets
, Jahrb. Kinderheilk 151: 136-148 (1938)

Whooping cough, treatment and paroxysm
, Schweiz. med. Wochenschr 74: 14-16 (1944)

Why Jerusalem artichoke ?
, J.R. Hort. Soc 65: 338-48; 376-83 (1940)

Why Mangulitsa and not Mangalitsa or otherwise ?
, Vet. Arh 14: 351-353 (1944)

Why Certified Milk ?
, J. Amer. Vet. Med. Ass 80: 375-379 (1932)

Why Must Cows be Given a Dry Period before Calving?
, Dtsch. landw. Tierz 46: 7-8 (1942)

Why Pick on Anti-Rabies Vaccine?
, Veterinary Medicine 35: 208-210 (1940)

Why Rinderpest persists in Eritrea
, Moderno Zooiatro, Sept. 30 5(9): 215-216 (1917)

Why Study the Fauna of the Litter ?
, J. For, Washington, D.C. 34(6): 581-583 (1936)

Why allow calving at two years ?
, Dtsch. landw. Tierz, 38: 463 (1934)

Why and how should vitamin F be present in toilet soaps?
, Seifens.Zeitg 65: 325-326 ; 345-346 (1938)

Why and how the artificial fertilization of the oil palm is practised
, Fm and For, Nigeria 6: 27-30 (1945)

Why and how to treat peanut seed
, War Ser. Extens. Bull. N.C. Agric. Extens. Serv, 18: 8 (1943)

Why animal by-products are fed to poultry
, Bi-m. Bull. Ohio Agric. Exp. Stat 29: 113-118 (1944)

Why are Merinos less fertile in Australia ?
, Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, 46: 486 (1935)

Why are Oak and Ash so late in flushing? The difference between ring- and diffuse-porous hardwoods.
, Dansk Skovforen. Tidsskr 28(4): 158-66 (1943)

Why are levels of child malnutrition not improving?
, Economic and Political Weekly 42(15): 1337-1345 (2007)

Why are our children so much taller than before the war ? Studies on the phenomenon of growth acceleration
, Offentl. Gesundheitsd. A 1: 753-764 (1935)

Why are rice yields in tropical regions lower than those obtained in temperate areas ?
, Mo.Bull. Agric. Sci. Pract, 35: 214T-219T (1942)

Why are the Tobacco mosaic and X Potato viruses not transmitted to the progeny through the seed?
, C.R. Soc. Biol, Paris 123(29): 509-510 (1936)

Why breeding research with crop plants ?
, Umschau 43: 743-47 (1939)

Why combat dry rot?
, Ratschlage fur Baus, Garten, Feld. 8(11): 181-184 (1933)

Why diabetes incidence increases--a unifying theory
, Annals of the new York Academy of Sciences 1079: 374-382 (2006)

Why diabetics discontinue protamine insulin
, Amer. J. Med. Set 197: 557-559 (1939)

Why dissection videos should not replace cadaver prosections in the gross veterinary anatomy curriculum: results from a comparative study
, Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 34(2): 151-156 (2007)

Why do Anopheles Laivae feed at the Surface, and how ?
, Trans 7th Cong. Far East. Ass. Trop. Med., Calcutta 2: 736-739 (1929)

Why do farmers plow ?
, Better Crops with Plant Food 27(6): 23-26; 46-48 (1943)

Why do hardy raspberries winter-kill?
, Minn. Hort 73: 119-21 (1945)

Why do no natural forests exist in the plain of Buenos Aires if trees grow there when they are cultivated ?
, Agronomia B. Aires. Year 33 No. 160 30(4): 387-90 (1942)

Why do some farmers get higher yields? Multivariate analysis of a group of Uruguayan rice farmers
, Computers and electronics in agriculture 58(1): 78-92 (2007)

Why do we need to know about the visit experiences of visitors to national parks?
, Teoros, Revue de Recherche en Tourisme 25(3): 69-72 (2006)

Why does H+ become toxic to soil bacteria ?
, Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. America 6: 165-167 (1942)

Why does Red Clover fail?
, Mthly Bull. Western Washington Expt. Sta, Puyallup 8(2): 18-20 (1920)

Why does agricultural growth dominate poverty reduction in low- and middle-income countries?
, Pakistan Development Review 45(2): 221-240 (2006)

Why does the chlorine content of blood serum fall after meals?
, Klin. Wochenschr 15: 555-559 (1936)

Why enrichment of flour ?
, Wheat Studies of the Food Res. Inst., Stanford Univ., California. 18: 77-108 (1941)

Why forest plantations fail
, Jour Forest 37(5): 377-383 (1939)

Why fruit trees fail to bear
, Leafl. U.S. Dep. Agric, 172: 5 (1939)

Why has the diploid condition of organisms the greater selection value?
, Naturwissenschaften 31: 574-77 (1943)

Why high pressure for fog?
, J. For 43: 629-33 (1945)

Why ignore tropical deforestation? A proposal for including forest conservation in the Kyoto Protocol
, Unasylva English ed 56(222): 27-30 (2005)

Why is Wheat bunt more prevalent in spite of treatment?
, Pflanzenbau 12(4): 149-156 (1935)

Why is an official specification of varieties necessary in viticulture ?
, Weinland 11: 89-93 (1939)

Why is bilharzial disease so frequently undiagnosed ?
, Leech 13(2): 7-9 (1942)

Why is less bread i eaten in France ?
, Bull. Centre Etudes econ. Aliment 1(1): 56-57 (1934)

Why is so little wholemeal bread consumed?
, Ernahr. ung. 4: 13-20 (1939)

Why is the Occurrence of Malaria in Holland confined to some Districts ?
, Acta leidensia. Leyden 9: 274-282 (1934)

Why milk sanitarians are interested in better milking
, J. Milk Technol. 8: 205-216 (1945)

Why must seed Rye be disinfected this year ?
, Die Kranke Pflanze 3(9): 170-173 (1926)

Why must the S.H.G. diet in general be ineffective in pulmonary tuberculosis ?
, Deutsch. med. Wochenschr 57: 928-930 (1931)

Why navel oranges split
, Calif. Citrogr, 30: 18 (1944)

Why neutral copper acetates redden litmus paper
, Progres Agric. Vitic, Montpellier 62(30): 112-114 (1914)

Why no natural production of silage ? Reply (to Professor Ruschmann)
, Ztschr. Tierernahrung Futtermittelk 6: 149-152 (1943)

Why no plant per cent. of 99? Does our seed consist largely of 'feeble germinators' according to Hasegawa's selenium and tellurium staining method?.
, Dtsch. Forstw 21: 261-6, 273-7, 289-93, 321-4, 336-7 (1939)

Why not Bourgault's Trap for Horse-flies?
, J. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y. 26(1): 301-302 (1933)

Why not Trap-crops that Entrap ?
, Jl. Econ. Ent, Geneva, N.Y 18(4): 639-640 (1925)

Why not budget logging costs?
, Sth. Lumberm, 165: 2071, 49-51 (1942)

Why not have the best in lettuce ?
, Horticulture 21: 457 (1943)

Why not plant olives ?
, Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 46: 451-4 (1935)

Why not separated milk ?
, Farm Economist 2: 14-15 (1936)

Why oestrone can sometimes act as a masculinising agent
, C. R. Soc. Biol, Paris 130: 962-963 (1939)

Why pedigree pigs ?
, Fmr and Stk-Breed, 52: 1623 (1938)

Why people travel to exotic places
, International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research 1(1): 45-61 (2007)

Why performance tests in sheep breeding ?
, Z. Schafz 28: 74-78, 95-101 (1939)

Why phenology?
, Jour Forest 39(12): 1007-1013 (1941)

Why plant research?
, J. Amer. Soc. Agron 29: 969-77 (1937)

Why re-group fragmented holdings, and how ?
, Landw. Mh 19: 241-8 (1941)

Why rubber is coming home
, Agric. America 1(4): 1-7, 10 (1941)

Why so few Mosquitoes ?
, Proc 12th Ann. Meeting New Jersey Mosquito Extenn. Assoc., Atlantic City, New Brunswick, N.J., 50-60 (1925)

Why so little legume hay ?
, Fmg. S. Afr, 10: 33 (1935)

Why so much smut in spring Wheat? The results of the 1930 survey to collect information on the prevalence of stinking smut or bunt and methods of seed treatment followed in selected spring Wheat counties
, Plant Disease Reporter, 77, 96-139 (1930)

Why some hens lay more eggs than others. (Univ. Nebraska Coll. Agric. Exp. Stat. Circular No. 44)
, Why some hens lay more eggs than others. Nebraska Coll. Agric. Exp. Stat. (1932)

Why such a poor clover stand ?
, Kranke Pflanze 9: 61-3, (1932)

Why the drying time of a kiln load of lumber is affected by air velocity
, Sth. Lumberm, 163: 2051, 58-9 (1941 )

Why this loss?
, Veterinary Medicine 37(6): 256-257 (1942)

Why waste all that milk?
, N.Z. J. Agric 61: 417-421 (1940)

Why we do not eliminate Malaria more rapidly
, New Orleans Med. & Surg. Jl, New Orleans, La. 79(6): 420-422 (1926)

Why we need vitamins
, Journal American Dietetic Assoc 18(6): 359-362 (1942)

Wick culture of seedlings with different rates of water flow
, American Journal of Botany 24(4): 185-187 (1937)

Wickham did not smuggle Hevea seeds from Brazil
, Rubb. Res. Inst. Plant. Bull, 12, 12-13 (1940)

Wide Choice of Hosts by the Bed-bug. Its Maintenance on Reptiles
, Bull Soc. Path. Exot. Paris, May 8th 11(5): 382-387 (1918)

Wide and specific adaptation of bread wheat inbred lines for yield under rainfed conditions
, Pakistan Journal of Botany 39(1): 67-71 (2007)

Wide geographical and ecological distribution of nitrogen and carbon gains from fungi in pyroloids and monotropoids (Ericaceae) and in orchids
, New phytologist 175(1): 166-175 (2007)

Wide range QTL analysis for complex architectural traits in a 1-year-old apple progeny
, Genome 50(2): 159-171 (2007)

Wide row spacing and row application of limestone and phosphate for sweet clover production
, Okla. Agric. Expt. Sta. Bull, B248: 29 (1941)

Wide spacing as an aid in selection
, Proc. Amer. Soc. Sug. Beet Tech, 40-41 (1938)

Wide spacing of beetroot.
, C.R. Acad. Agric 28: 199-205 (1942)

Wider Uses for Nicotine
, J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis. 29(5): 1027-1028 (1936)

Wider use of different kinds of timber in wheelwrighting.
, Lesnaya Prom, 9, 2-4 (1945)

Widespread Cyclamen diseases
, Gartemvelt 35: 592-593 (1931)