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Kanaev, V.F. 1949: The agrotechnical importance of the mechanism of traction in ley farming. Sovet. Agron, 1, 45-51
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Anonymous 1946: The aims of the Division of Soil Conservation and Extension. Farm. S. Africa 21: 791-793
Gard, K.R. 1954: The aims of the sugarcane breeding programme at Macknade, Queensland, with special reference to sugar content, vigour and disease resistance. Proceedings of the Eighth Congress of the International Society of Sugar-cane Technologists, British West Indies, 13th April-3rd May 1954. 423-29
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Carr, D.R. 1954: The air-drying and pressure-impregnation of New Zealand-grown Larch (Larix decidua), Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga taxifolia) and Corsican Pine (Pinus laricio) natural round fence posts. (Tech Pap NZ For Serv No. 2.). N.Z. J. Sci. Technol, 35B: 6, 481-97
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Hardesty, J.O.; Whittaker, C.W.; Ross, W.H. 1947: The air-flow method for the determination of moisture in fertilizers. Jour Assoc Offic Agric Chem 30(4): 640-648
Millett, R.S. 1949: The air-seasoning of lumber. Mimeo. For. Prod. Lab., Can, 0-143, 5
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Suomalainen, P.; Herlevi, A.M. 1951: The alarm reaction and the hibernating gland. Science 114(2960): 300
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Pence, J.W.; Elder, A.H. 1953: The albumin and globulin proteins of wheat. Cereal Chemistry 30(4): 275-287
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Oswald, J.W.; Rosendaal, A.; Van Der Want, J.P.H. 1955: The alfalfa mosaic virus in the Netherlands, its effect on potato and a comparison with the potato aucuba mosaic virus. Proceedings of the second conference on potato virus diseases at Lisse-Wageningen, 25-29, 1955. 137-47
Piacco, R. 1950: The algae of. G. Agric. Domen, 60: 411
Sandoz, L.M. 1946: The alimentary tract and vitamin deficiencies. A critical study. Schweiz. med. Wochenschr 76: 1131-1135
Cameron, D.G.; Watson, G.M.; Witts, L.J. 1950: The alimentary tract of rats with intestinal culs-de-sac. British Journal of Experimental Pathology 31(3): 349-354
Gyori, D. 1955: The alkali (szik) soils in Derecske and their origin.. Agrokem. Talajt 4: 39-48
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Kavanagh, K.R.; Pepper, J.M. 1955: The alkaline nitrobenzene oxidation of Aspen wood and lignin model substances. Canad. J. Chem 33(1): 24-30
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Deufel, J. 1952: The alkaloid content of ergot sclerotia grown on tetraploid rye. Naturwissenshaften 39: 432-33
Liberalli, C.H.; Aisic, C. 1955: The alkaloidal composition of Datura suaveolens. I. Identification of the alkaloids. An. Fac. Farm. Odontol. Univ. Sao Paulo 13: 67-80
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Cooke, R.G.; Haynes, H.F. 1954: The alkaloids. Aust. J. Chem 7(3): 273-6
Schlitter, E.; Heusler, K.; Friedrich, W. 1949: The alkaloids of Box, B. sempervirens. I, II.. Helvetica Chimica Acta, Basel 32(7): 2209-40
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Cooke, R.G.; Haynes, H.F. 1954: The alkaloids of Cryptocaryaangulata C. T. White and C. triplinervis R. Br. Aust. J. Chem 7(1): 99-103
Manske, R.H.F. 1946: The alkaloids of Fumariaceous plants. IX. Corydalis comuta Eoyle. Canad. J. Res 24: 66-7
Mckenzie, A.W.; Price, J.R. 1953: The alkaloids of Gyrocarpus americanus Jacq. Aust. J. Chem 6(2): 180-5
Crow, W.D.; Michael, M. 1955: The alkaloids of Kopsia longiflora Merrill. I. Isolation of the alkaloids. Aust. J. Chem 8(1): 129-35
Manske, R.H.F.; Marion, L. 1946: The alkaloids of Lycopodium species. VII. Lyc opodram lucidulum Michx. (Urostaehys lucidulus Herter. Canad. J. Res 24: 57-62
Chatterjee, R.; Guha, M.P. 1949: The alkaloids of Mahonia acanthifolia Don. Science and Culture 15(4): 163
Anet, F.A.L.; Hughes, G.K.; Ritchie, E. 1950: The alkaloids of Pleogyne cunninghamii. Aust. J. sci. Res, 3A: 2, 346-9
Sapiro, M.L. 1949: The alkaloids of Senecio bupleuroides D.C. Onderstepoort J. Vet. Sci. Anim. Ind 22: 291-5
Chaudhry, G.R.; Sharma, V.N.; Dhar, M.L. 1952: The alkaloids of Stephania glabra Miers. - Identity of gindarine and gindarinine with tetrahydropalmatine and palmatine respectively. J. sci. industr. Res., India. 11B: 8, 337-9
Manske, R.H.F. 1954: The alkaloids of papaveraceous plants. 1. Dicranostigma lactucoides Hook. F. et Thorns, and Bocconia pearcei Hutchinson. Cand. J. Chem 32: 83-5
Boutique, R.; Monseur, X. 1955: The alkaloids of the genus Rauwolfia and the systematy of its Belgian Congo species.. Bull. agric. Congo Belge 46(2): 271-80
Trautner, E.M.; Neufeld, O.E. 1949: The alkaloids ofHeliotropium europaeum growing in Australia. Aust. J. Sci 11: 211-2
Adler, E.; Gierer, J. 1955: The alkylation of lignin ('native lignin' from Picea abies) with alcoholic hydrochloric acid. Acta chem. scand 9(1): 84-93
Mathauda, G.S. 1954: The all-India Teak seed origin sample plots. Indian For 80(1): 10-23
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Klungsoyr, L.; Pihl, A. 1953: The alleged effect of vitamin D on skin respiration. Acta Physiologica Scandinavica 29(4): 377-380
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Verona, O.; Fagioli, M. 1952: The alleged fungicidal action of juglone.. Nuovo G. bot. ital 59(2/4): 436-40
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Rose, W.C.; Haines, W.J.; Warner, D.T. 1954: The amino acid requirements of man. V. The rôle of lysine, arginine, and tryptophan. Journal of Biological Chemistry 206(1): 421-430
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