Section 14

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Fabian, F.W. 1939: What are frozen desserts ?. J. Milk Tech 2: 75-83
Vollema, J.S. 1933: What are our latest views regarding buddings as planting material ?. Bergcultures 7: 424-33
Rudolfs, W. 1930: 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
Decker, K. 1934: What are the aims in breeding required for German viticulture ?. Zuchter 6: 162-65
Crane, M.B. 1945: What are the best plums to grow ?. John Innes Bull 1: 44-50
Clore, W.J. 1944: What are the effects of over-irrigation of orchards ?. Proc. Wash. St. hort. Ass. 39th annu. Meet. 1944. 30-1
Gulick, A. 1938: What are the genes ? II. The physicochemical picture: conclusions. Quart. Rev. Biol 13: 140-68
Boudru. 1945: What are the limiting factors for the extension of Spruce?.. Bull. Soc. for. Belg 52(7/8): 76-83
Bisby, G.R. 1945: What are the mycologists doing about nomenclature?. Ann. appl. Biol 32(2): 183-184
Haase-Bessell, G. 1938: 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
Golf, A. 1936: What are the prospects for the exportation of German stud rams to Italy and Italian Ethiopia ?. Z. Schafz 25: 282-286
Hovd, A. 1938: What bog experiments show. 5. Pasture cultivation on peat soil. Medd. norske Myrselsk 36: 169-75
Hagerup, H. 1938: What bog experiments show. 6. Crop cultivation on boggy soil. Medd. norske Myrselsk 36: 199-210
Wallace, H.A. 1937: 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
Westerdijk, Johanna Buisman, Christine Doorenbos, S.G.A. 1932: What can Dutch arboriculturists do in connexion with the Elm disease ?. Tijdschr. over Plantenziekten 38(2): 37-40
Fisher, L.M. 1920: What can a Community Afford to Pay to Rid Itself of Malaria?. American Journal of Public Health 10(10): 768-771
Price, W.V. 1942: What can be learned from cheese grading clinics. Nat. Butt. Cheese J, 33: 12, 12-13; 36
Anonymous 1944: 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
Baur, E. 1933: What can plant breeding do to prevent the internal over-production of the most important agricultural commodities?. Mitt, deuts. LandwGes 48: 173-74
Flos 1929: What can we do against Bupalus piniarius, L ?. Deuts. Forstwirt. Berlin 11: 273-277; 281-285
Guilbert, H.R. 1937: What causes black cutter beef ?. J. Hered 28: 213-215
Petersen, N. 1937: What characteristics should a bacon pig show ? Present-day demands in pig breeding in Sweden and Denmark. Z. Schweinez 44: 535-537
Frost, H.B. 1945: What citrus varieties should I plant ?. Calif. Citrogr, 30: 133; 152-3
Myer, J.E. 1939: What connectors have done in the South for the handling of lumber in a fabricated form. Sth. Lumberm, 159: 2009, 169-72
Anonymous 1939: What constitutes a good sire ? Ability to improve herd's production. AGRICULTURAL GAZETTE OF NEW SOUTH WALES 50: 513-514
Wlepking-Jurgensmann, H.F. 1943: What contribution can landscape moulding make to the care of the soil ?. Bodenk. PflErnahr 29: 13-27
Ehrhart, E.O. 1940: What cost to grow pulpwood from planted Spruce?. J. For 38: 327-9
Noel, P. 1914: What cultivated plants yield in France, and what parasites cost us. Bull. Trim. Lab. Entom. Agric. Seine-Infer, Rouen, July-August- 3, 3-13
Massarani, L.; Moreira, I. de C. 2007: What do Brazilians think about transgenics?. The media, the ic and agricultural biotechnology: 179-190
Anonymous 1937: What do statistics teach concerning type and extent of present stud bull keeping in Germany ?. DEUTSCHE LANDWIRTSCHAFTLICHE TIERZUCHT 14: 672-675, 688-692
May, E. 1934: What do summer sprays cost ?. Die Kranke Pflanze 11(7-8): 88-90
Hager, S.; Straka, T.; Irwin, H. 2007: What do teenagers think of environmental issues and natural resources management careers?. Journal of Forestry 105(2): 95-98
Schleusener. 1944: What do the Potato diseases of the year 1943 teach us?. Mitt. Landw., Berl 59(7): 141-143
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Zacher, F. 1927: What do we know of Niptus hololeucus ?. Mitt. Ges. Vorratsschutz. Berlin 3(1): 2-9
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Johnston, J.C. 1940: What does pH mean to the grower ?. Calif. Citrogr 25: 228-9
Pulte . 1941: What does the German army require of German horse breeding?. Dtsch. landw.Tierz, 45: 193
Baunacke. 1925: What does the Winter-moth Outbreak of 1924-25 teach us?. Die kranke Pflanze, Dresden. 2(8): 161-166
Bruner, M.H. 1942: What does the farmer want?. J. For 40: 772-7
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Anonymous 1931: 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
Laubert, R. 1934: What everyone should know about the Plowrightia disease of fruit trees. Die Kranke Pflanze 11(1): 3-5
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Feldt, W.; Hertzsch, W. 1932: What factors influence the nutritive value of hay ?. Georgine 109: 97-8
Pearson, G.A. 1941: What forest trees tell about climate and soil. Conservation of Renewable Natural Resources. University of Pennsylvania Press,Philadelphia, USA: 19-31
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Zimmermann, F. 1926: What fungicides are used ? Result of an inquiry. Wiener. Landw. Zeit 76(40): 338-339
Schmidt, F. 1941: What fur animals should be considered for breeding apart from the silver fox, blue fox, mink, nutria, and raccoon?. Dtsch. Pelztierz 16: 244-248
Iljinskii, A.P. 1942: What has been achieved by Soviet botanists in the sphere of general plant geography. Sovet. Bot, 6, 12-23
Flaksberger, K. 1934: What has been done by Soviet scientists in the study of wheat in recent years. Bull. Appl. Bot. Ser. A. Leningrad, 12, 65-69
Wettstein, F.V. 1941: What has recent research in the sphere of genetics to offer for plant breeding. Rev. Inst. Rech. Agron. Bulg 11(3): 3-15
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Busse, J. 1937: What influence has the age of the mother pine on the progeny ?. Z. Forst-u. Jagdw 69: 448-52
Ehrenberg, P. 1941: What influence have permanent humus and nutritive humus on the crumb structure of soil?. ForschDienst. Sonderh 17: 59-61
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Anonymous 1943: What is serpentine ?. Farm. Week. London. 18: 27
Tiemann, H.D. 1941: What is 'spiral grain'?. Sth. Lumberm, 63: 2055, 55-7
Anonymous 1944: What is 50-50 superphosphate ?. J. Dept. Agric. S. Aust, 47: 421
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Goodey, T. 1939: What is Cephalobus parasuicus Sandground, 1939 ?. Journal of Helminthology 17(3): 135-142
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Hopkins, J.C.F. 1929: What is Diplodia in Maize ?. Rhodesia Atiric. Jown, xvvi: 6, 587-595
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Aldrich, J.M. 1926: What is Oestrus nasalis Linnaeus?. Insecutor Ins Menst 14(1/3): 15-16
Baylis, H.A. 1932: What is Psilochatmtu lecithosus Otte ?. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 9(49): 122-125
Kolosov, Y.. M. 1935: What is Pulex typhlus Motschulsky ?. Bull. Soc. Nat. Moscou, Moscow 44(4): 178-181
Van Thiel, P.H. 1926: What is R. melophagi ?. Acta Leidensia Scholae Med. trop, Leyden 1: 324-334
Van Thiel, P.H. 1925: What is Rickettsia melophagi?. Arch. fur Protistenkunde 52(3): 394-403
Rosell, J.M. 1933: What is Streptococcus mastiditis ?. Cornell Vet 23: 169-176
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Anon. 1938: What is Vitamin P ?. Brit. med. J: 1152-1158
Sinskaja, E. 1939: What is a centre of species formation from the viewpoint of Ch. Darwin's theory ?. Priroda (Nature), 11, 51-58
Gandrup, J. 1936: What is a clone ?. Bergcultures 10: 1531-37
Stoppelaar, J.J.De. 1936: What is a good coffee tree and how is it to be got?. Bergcultures 10: 313-18
Courtis, S.A. 1937: What is a growth cycle?. Growth 1: 155-174
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Campbell, E.G. 1923: What is a Weed?. Science 58(1490): 50
Waksman, S.A. 1938: What is active soil organic matter ?. Trans 2nd Comm. Int. Soc. Soil Sci, Helsingfors, 17-28
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Gel'tser, F.Yu. 1940: What is humus ?. Pedology, 4, 52-61
Maier, W. 1942: What is known of chlorosis at the present time ?. Forschungsdienst 13: 149-69
Mackay, J.H. 1943: What is laterite?. Farm and Forest 4: 10-5
Cohen Stuart, C.P. 1925: What is left of a bush after red rust. De Thee 6(3): 93-96
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Koenekamp, A. 1932: What must be taken into consideration in growing sunflowers for ensilage ?. Mitt. deuts. LandwGes 47: 225-7
Baunacke Tempel. 1927: 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
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Harlan, J.D. 1940: What new varieties of hops did in N.Y. in 1939. Amer. Brewer. 73: 6; 7, 29; 21-22
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Anonymous 1941: 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
Wolcott, G.N. 1937: 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
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Pulte . 1937: What the army expects of German light horse breeding. Dtsch. landw. Tierz 41: 47-48
Mitchell, H.S. 1941: What the consumer should know about fortified foods. Indust. Eng. Chem 33: 716-717
Bohbinger, W. 1929: What the farmer must know about wood preservation. Illus. Landw. Zeit 49(20): 225-226
Mahoney, C.H. 1934: What the plant breeder can and should do for the vegetable grower. Proc. Annu. Mtg. Ohio Veg. Gr. Ass, 1934. 48-59
Walzholz. 1938: What the recording thermometer can do and how it can be used on the pasteuriser. Molkereiztg, Hudesh., 52: 3031-3032
Anonymous 1943: What the scientists are doing : Dholleras cotton improvement. Indian Fmg 4: 468-69
Anonymous 1942: What the scientists are doing. Breeding wilt-resistance. Indian Fmg 3: 442-43
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Anonymous 1944: What the scientists are doing. Improvement of Cocanadas cotton. Indian Fmg 5: 80-81
Anonymous 1944: What the scientists are doing. Improvement of toria in the Punjab. Indian Fmg 5: 523-24
Anonymous 1943: What the scientists are doing. New cotton for Broach. Indian Fmg, 4: 37
Anonymous 1945: What the scientists are doing. Red leaf in American cotton (G. hirsutum). Indian Fmg 6: 469-70
Anonymous 1942: What the scientists are doing. Testing technique. Indian Fmg, 3: 597
Anonymous 1944: What the scientists are doing. The 1944 batch of Co. canes. Indian Fmg 5: 420
Anonymous 1945: What the scientists are doing. The 1945 batch of Co. canes. Indian Fmg 6: 176
Alden, P.E. 1939: What the summer has taught us about hurricane damage. Proc. nat. Shade Tree Conf 15: 100-9
Carpenter, C.D. 1944: What the veterinarian needs to know about vitamin A. 2. For poultry. J. Amer. Vet. Med. Assoc 104: 39-40
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Anonymous 1945: What varieties should I plant ?. Calif. Citrogr 30: 68-9, 80-85
Iliev, P. 1941: What variety of pea-nut should we sow in our country?. Zemledelie, Sofia 45: 79-82
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