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Cochran, B.J.; Baker, G. 1969: To remove trash from sugar cane. Agric. Engng, St. Joseph, Mich, 50: 218
Ivanov, M.; Burov, V. 1968: To simplify the determination of sperm concentration. Moloch. myas. Skotov, Mosk. 13(6): 25-26
Sivak, M. 1966: To spring-set or to swage the teeth of frame-saw blades?. Drevo 21(3): 82-7
Davis, C. 1968: To stratify Persian walnut seed. A.R. north. Nut Grs' Ass, 77-8
Goel, K.N.; Jalote, S.R. 1970: To study the comparative efficiency of superphosphate and rock phosphate for wheat crop. Proceedings of Symposium on Recent Advances in Crop Production, Kanpur, India, Uttar Pradesh Institute of Agricultural Sciences. 168-170
Gupta, A.P.; Juneja, I.S.; Narain, M. 1967: To study the loss of sugar in sugarcane after harvest. Part 1. Indian Sugar 17: 685-93
Sapiro, N.I.; Shapiro, N.J. 1966: To the memory of A. S. Serebrovskij. Genetika (Genetics), Moskva, 9, 3-17
Daniel, M.; Cerny, V. 1967: To the methods of studying the environmental temperature of the tick Ixodes ricinus L. Folia parasit, Prague, 14: pt. 2, 177-183
Ivanov, A.P.; Yakovlev, G.V. 1971: To the problem of classification of the genus Secale L. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 44(1): 3-38
Dobereiner, J.; Ruschel, A.P. 1964: To the study of rhizosphere effects on soil microorganisms with special reference to Beijerinckia. Soil Biology, 1, 6-9
Wiksten, A. 1966: To thin or not to thin: some Nordic observations on the question. For. Chron 42(3): 231-43
Dannatt, N.; Davies, E. M. 1970: To wait or not to wait? Sitka Spruce regeneration problems at Inverliever. Scot. For 24(1): 17-20
Van Der Meer, F.A.; Wijshof, J.W. 1965: To what degree is witches' broom disease of apples present in the Netherlands?. Fruitteelt 55: 1251-2
Dubois, J. 1966: To what do farmers attribute their increased yields?. Annls Gembloux. Gembloux 3: 325-35
Anonymous 1971: To what extent can Java sugar production be raised?. Indonesia Commodity Review. Djakarta 1(3): 17-20
Kirchner, W. 1967: To what extent do spiders affect the mortality rate of Tortix viridana?. Waldhygiene 7(1): 23-31
Kirchner, W. 1967: To what extent do spiders influence the mortality of the oak leaf-roller (T. viridana)?. Waldhygiene 7(1): 23-31
Politiek, R.D.; Vos, M.P.M. 1964: To what extent does the quality of milk delivered to the factory on the day of milk recording vary from that on the days before or after?. Veet.-en Zuivelbericht 7(5): 248-53
Steinsholt, K. 1971: To what extent is the quality grading for Gouda, Jarlsberg and small Swiss cheese dependent on texture and consistency properties?. Meieriposten 60(9): 183-188
Elliott, R.C. 1964: ToPPS, J. H. Effects of various low protein diets on the distribution of ruminal nitrogen and on the nitrogen required for maintenance of African sheep. Animal Prod 6: 345-355
Krieger, R.I. 1971: Toads in the biological control of southern armyworm larvae in the greenhouse. J. econ. Ent 64(1): 335 P
Rutishauser, I.H.; Wharton, B.A. 1968: Toasted full-fat soya flour in treatment of kwashiorkor. Archives of Disease in Childhood 43(230): 463-467
Maksimov, J. L.; Piljuk, N.I. 1967: Toasted meals for animals and poultry. Zivotnovodstvo 9, 85-86
Velloso, L.; Becker, M.; Neto, L.P.; Caielli, E.L.; Kalil, E.B.; Da Rocha, G.L.; Goncalves, R. 1964: Toasted soya bean as a source of protein in diets for growing pigs. Bol. Indust. animal, Sao Paulo. 22: 5-15
Anonymous 1964: Tobacco. Jber. dt. PflSchDnst., 1964. 11: 346
Anonymous 1967: Tobacco. MALAWI, MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES. Annual report of the Department of Agriculture for the year 64, Zomba, Pt 2, 35-51
Khan, S.D.M. 1969: Tobacco. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, TARNAB. Annual report 69, Peshawar, 20-5
Anonymous 1965: Tobacco Bulletin. Suppl to Tob. Intell, London 17(6): 75-88
Nene, Y.L.; Thqrnberry, H.H. 1970: Tobacco Mosaic virus: bean infection inhibition by steapsin and trypsin compared with ribonuclease. Phytopath. Z 67: 337-41
Watson, J.; Et Al. 1966: Tobacco and nicotine. Aust. Tob. Growers' Bull, 10: 21
Pont, W.; O'brien, R.G. 1967: Tobacco blue mould (Peronospora tabacina Adam) in North Queensland. 3. Fungicide screening and efficacy experiments. Qd J. Agric. Anim. Sci 24(2): 187-200
O'brien, R.G. 1970: Tobacco blue mould (Peronospora tabacina Adam) in North Queensland. 4. Fungicide time and method of application experiments. Qd J. agric. Anim. Sci 27(1): 137-146
Dean, J.C. 1970: Tobacco blue mould control. Qd agric. J 96(4): 255-258
Corbaz, R. 1966: Tobacco blue mould seems to adapt to resistant varieties. Agric, romande : Ser. A 5: 41-43
Bolsunov, I. 1965: Tobacco breeding in Austria. Tabakpfl. Ost 16: 4-7
Castello, W.J. 1967: Tobacco brown spot (A.tennis var.). Rev. Invest, agropec., B. Aires: Ser. 5, 4: 42-54
Anonymous 1965: Tobacco conditioning. Report on trials at Myrtle-ford, Victoria, 1959-1964. Aust. Tob. Growers Bull, 9, 11-15
Oyeleye, D.A. 1971: Tobacco cultivation in Oyo division, Western Nigeria. Nigerian Geographical Journal. Ibadan 14(2): 165-184
Razvyazkina, G.M.; Polyakova, G.P.; Pekhterov, V.V. 1968: Tobacco curly stripe or rattle virus of Aster. Vop. Virus, Vses nauchno-issled. Inst. Fitopat., Moscow. 13(2): 243-246
J.S.Cole 1966: Tobacco disease research in C. Africa (1952-1966): some problems and solutions. Proceedings of the Fourth International Tobacco Scientific Congress, Athens 46: 417-423
Valleau, W.D.; Johnson, E.M.; Diachun, S. 1964: Tobacco diseases. Circ. coop. Ext. Serv. Univ. Ky 522-A, 68
Miller, C.R. 1969: Tobacco diseases in Venezuela, Costa Rica and Nicaragua. Plant Disease Reporter 53(10): 823-824
Smith, P.G. 1970: Tobacco etch strains on Peppers. Plant Disease Reporter 54(9): 786-787
Herold, F. 1970: Tobacco etch virus in Venezuela. Plant Disease Reporter 54(4): 344-345
Licev, S.; Kolev, D. 1967: Tobacco fertilization under conditions of sloping and eroded lands in the district of Haskovo. Bulg. Tyutyun, 2, 20-5
Harrison, F.P. 1971: Tobacco flea beetle response to disulfoton on maryland tobacco. Journal of Economic Entomology 64(3): 766-767
Ekrement, E.A. 1965: Tobacco growing in Ghana. Ghana Fmr 9(1): 20-7
Rowan, R.H. 1967: Tobacco growing in New Zealand. Tob. Trust Acct Dig 7: 22-9
Willems, G.K. 1965: Tobacco growing in North Limbourg. Rev. Agric, Brux., 18: 173-9
Anonymous 1968: Tobacco growing in U.S.A. and Canada. Tob. Trust. Acct Dig, 8, 20-5
Schmid, K. 1966: Tobacco growing in the Federal Republic. (6Jahre Blauschimmelkrankheit des Tabaks in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (1959-1964).). Mitteilungen aus der Biologischen Bundesanstalt für Land- und Forstwirtschaft Berlin-Dahlem 120: 1-6
Wuttke, H. 1964: Tobacco improvement: interspecific hybridization. Annual report of the Division of Plant Industry, C.S.I.R.O., Canberra 65, 1964-65. 154-55
Teulieres, R. 1966: Tobacco in South Vietnam. Cah. Outre-Mer 74. 174-86
Zainal, J. 1970: Tobacco in the Indonesian economy. Agro-Ekonomika. Djakarta 1(2): 5-36
Cunningham, I.C. 1971: Tobacco insecticide screening trials, 1961-1966. Queensland Journal of Agricultural and Animal Sciences 28(1): 13-18
Bradley, R.H. 1968: Tobacco leaf veins as sources of a cucumber mosaic virus for aphids. Virology 34(1): 172-173
Corbaz, R. 1966: Tobacco mildew appears to adapt itself to resistant varieties. Agric. romande 5(4): 41-43
Zachos, D.G. 1964: Tobacco mildew in Greece. Epidemiology and control measures. Annls Inst. phytopath, Benaki 6(1): 44-64
Khalimov, M.Kh. 1967: Tobacco mildew in the Zarafshan Valley. Vopr. zashch. rast, 95-98
Takahashi, Y.; Orlob, G.B. 1972: Tobacco mosaic and Brome mosaic viruses in aphids. Phytopathology 62(4): 429-434
Migliori, A.; Marrou, J. 1970: Tobacco mosaic vims in the soil: effect on the spread of this virus in tomato crops. Annales de Phytopathologie 2(4): 669-680
Copeman, R.J.; Hartman, J.R.; Watterson, J.C. 1969: Tobacco mosaic virus concentration in inoculated and systemically infected tobacco leaves. Phytopathology 59(7): 1012-1013
D.Leeuw, G.T.N. 1972: Tobacco mosaic virus in Hippeastrum hybridum. Neth. J. Pl. Path 78(2): 69-71
Brants, D.Hendrina. 1969: Tobacco mosaic virus in Pythium spec. Neth. J. Pl. Path 75(5): 296-299
Esau, K.; Gill, R.H. 1969: Tobacco mosaic virus in dividing mesophyll cells of Nicotiana. Virology 38(3): 464-472
Sukhov, K.S.; Yazykova, T.F. 1968: Tobacco mosaic virus in nutrient solution of Tomatoes in hydroponic culture. Zh. Obschch. Biol 29: 611-616
Migliori, A.; Marrou, J. 1970: Tobacco mosaic virus in the soil: effect of the spread of the virus in Tomato cultivation. Annls Phytopath 2(4): 669-680
Van Der Veken, L. 1966: Tobacco mosaic virus in tomatoes. Tuinbouwberichten 30: 438
Verma, G.S.; Verma, H.N. 1965: Tobacco mosaic virus inhibitory principle in Wheat extract. Indian Journal of Microbiology 5(3): 17-20
Mueller, W.C. 1967: Tobacco mosaic virus obtained from diseased Wisteria and Elder. Plant Disease Reporter 51(12): 1053-1054
Nienhaus, F. 1971: Tobacco mosaic virus strains extracted from conidia of powdery mildews. Virology 46(2): 504-505
Lovrekovich, L.; Lovrekovich, H.; Stahmann, M.A. 1968: Tobacco mosaic virus-induced resistance to Pseudomonas tabaci in tobacco. Phytopathology 58(7): 1034-1035
Paludan, N. 1968: Tobacco mosaic virus. Investigation concerning TMV in different plant genera, the virulence of TMV strains, virus attenuation by heat treatment, cross protection and yield. Tidsskr. PlAvl 72(1): 69-80
Nene, Y.L.; Thornberry, H.H. 1969: Tobacco mosaic virus: Bean infection inhibition by ribonuclease. Indian Phytopathology 22(1): 92-98
Nene, Y.L.; Thornberry, H.H. 1970: Tobacco mosaic virus: Factors influencing the inhibition of infection on Bean leaves by ribonuclease. Phytopath. Z 67(3): 234-239
Joshi, Laxmikant Thornberry, H.H. 1970: Tobacco mosaic virus: effect of calcium phosphate salts on infectivity. Phytopath. Z 68(2): 155-163
Saccardo, F.; Devreux, M. 1966: Tobacco mutants obtained by irradiation in the early stages of ontogenesis. Genet. agr, Pavia 20: 202-03
Thompson, H.S. 1964: Tobacco necrosis virus of tulip. Greenhouse, Garden, Grass 4(1): 7-11
G.Faccioli Pasquina, V.D.Beni. 1969: Tobacco necrotic crinkle. Atti del Primo Congresso dell'Unione Fitopatologica Mediterranea. Parti I and II, Bari, Unione Fitopatologica Mediterranea.,?1969. 417-424
Massie, I.E.; Everette, G.A.; Smiley, J.H. 1964: Tobacco plant bed management. Circ 546-B, Univ. Ky coop. Ext. Serv, 23
Tanaka, M.; Nakata, K. 1969: Tobacco plants obtained by anther culture and the experiment to get diploid seeds from haploids. Idengaku Zasshi/Jap. J. Genet 44(1): 47-54
Walunjkar, W.G., E.Al. 1971: Tobacco production and industry in Tamil Nadu. Indian Tobacco Bulletin. Madras 2(4): 318-332
French, F.L. 1964: Tobacco production and research in South Africa and Rhodesia. J. Agric. Vict 62: 49-58
Anonymous 1964: Tobacco production in Hungary. Tabak (Tobacco). 1, 55-56
Massie, I.E.; Everette, G.A.; Smiley, J.H. 1967: Tobacco production in Kentucky. Circ. Coop. Ext. Serv, 482- beta, 67
Chen, T.A.; Hirumi, H.; Maramorosch, K. 1969: Tobacco rattle virus in roots of mechanically inoculated plants. Phytopath. Z 65(1): 15-20
Komuro, Y.; Yoshino, M.; Ichinohe, M. 1970: Tobacco rattle virus isolated from Aster showing ringspot syndrome and its transmission by Tricho-dorus minor Colbran. Ann. phytopath. Soc. Japan 36(1): 17-26
Mcnee, P.; Mcnee, D.A.K.; Rodda, B.A.T. 1969: Tobacco reclamation after hail damage. Qd J. agric. anim. Sci 26(2): 285-8
Chrzanowska, Miroslawa Sniegowski, C. 1965: Tobacco ring spot virus, Potato stem mottle virus, and Lucerne mosaic virus on Potato, and means of their identification. Biul. Inst. Hodowl. Aklim Roil. 1965. 5-6, 77-85
Waterworth, H.E.; Povish, W.R. 1972: Tobacco ringspot virus from naturally infected Dogwood, Autumn Crocus and Forsythia. Plant Disease Reporter 56(4): 336-337
McGuire, J.M.; Kim, K.S.; Douthit, L.B. 1970: Tobacco ringspot virus in the nematode Xiphinema americanum. Virology 42(1): 212-216
Vanderveken, J. 1964: Tobacco rosette in Lomami (Katanga). Study of host-plants, epidemiology and control. Parasitica 20(1): 1-16
Vanderveken, J. 1964: Tobacco rosette in the Lomani region of Katanga. A study of some host plants, transmission and control. Parasitica 20: 1-16, bibl 9
Kosmodem'janskij, V.N.; Ruban, E.V. 1968: Tobacco scorch in varieties of the world collection. Tabak (Tobacco). 3, 53-54
Krishnamoorth, T.; Rao, M.S. 1970: Tobacco seed bed investigations. 2. Surface layers. Indian Journal of Agronomy 15(2): 185-188
Todorovski, P.J.; Ruseski, D. 1966: Tobacco seed production under conditions of fertilization with organic-mineral fertilizers. Tjutjun 16: 9-10, 273-85
Krishnamoorthi, T.; Krishnan, A.S.; Kasiviswanathan, K. 1966: Tobacco seed-bed investigations. Indian J. Agron 11(1): 51-61
Cunningham, I.C. 1969: Tobacco seedbed pest control. Qd agric. J 95(4): 236-40
Mixson, W.C.; Clark, F. 1970: Tobacco seedling production as influenced by plantbed management practices. Proceedings of the Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida 29: 341-351
Pal, N.L.; Ojha, R.J. 1966: Tobacco seedlings: damage by excessive nitrogen lessened by added phosphorus. Science 151(3706): 106
Jancovicin, N. 1966: Tobacco seedlings raised without manure litter. Bulg. Tyutyun 11(2): 4-8
Favilli, R.; Massantini, F. 1969: Tobacco selection for producing lines with low nicotine content. Results obtained with the principal varieties in Italy. Tabacco, Roma 73(731): 6-18
Velly, J. 1964: Tobacco soils and their fertilization in Rhodesia and Nyasaland. Agron. trop. Paris 19: 456-468
Velly, J. 1964: Tobacco soils of Rhodesia and Nyasaland and their manuring. Agron. trop, Paris, 56-68
Gooding, G.V.; Lucas, G.B. 1969: Tobacco stalk and root destruction with herbicides and their effect on Tobacco mosaic virus. Plant Disease Reporter 53(3): 174-178
Brunt, A.A. 1968: Tobacco streak virus in Dahlias. Pl. Path 17(3): 119-122
Fagbenle, H.H.; Ford, R.E. 1970: Tobacco streak virus isolated from Soybeans, Glycine max. Phytopathology 60(5): 814-820
Stage-Smith, R.; Frazier, N.W. 1971: Tobacco streak virus isolated from Strawberry infected with necrotic shock. Phytopathology 61(7): 757-758
Terry, D.L.; Terrill, T.R. 1971: Tobacco transplant survival in relation to preplant fertilizer placement and irrigation. Tobacco Inter- national, 173: 13, 73
Lulov, K. 1970: Tobacco var. Nevrokop 261 resistant to Tobacco mosaic virus. Rasteniev'dni Nauki 7: 93-103
Hernandez G.; A. 1964: Tobacco varieties for sun curing, flue curing and burley. Rev. Agric, San Jose 36: 214-15
Anon. 1971: Tobacco vein browning virus. Tob. Forum Rhod, 7-9
Borges, Maria, D.L.V. 1971: Tobacco vein necrosis virus (a strain of Potato virus Y), its appearance in Portugal. Agronomia lusit 32(1-4): 271-281
Bailova-Yangulova, M. 1965: Tobacco veinal necrosis-a new str. of Potato virus Y. Rastit. Zasht 13(5): 10-14
Verhoyen, M. 1964: Tobacco viroses in Belgium. Epidemiology. Revue Agric. Brux 17: 9-10, 1147-1172
Verhoyen, M. 1964: Tobacco virus diseases in Belgium. Epidemiology. Rev. Agric, Brux., 17: 1147-72
Klingham, G.C. 1966: Tobacco weed control-1965. Proc. sth. Weed Conf, 1966. 64-72
Kostjanev, S. 1964: Tobacco yield and quality as affected by certain forms of nitrogenous and phosphorus fertilizers. Bulgar. Tyutyun, 3, 33-35
Tissot, A.N. 1966: Tobacco, a natural aphid trap. Florida Entomol 49(1): 43-48
Boda, J. 1964: Tobacco, millet and mustard mutations induced by X-ray irradiation. Novenytermeles 13: 319-38
Akehurst, B.C. 1966: Tobacco. A review of some recent developments, with particular reference to flue-cured tobacco. Fld Crop Abstr 19: 245-252
Graeff, F.S. 1965: Tobacco: occurrences of shortages on the world tobacco market. Mber. Schweiz. Ges. Konjunkturforsch. (Ausg. B: Markte), Zurich 12: 8-14
Anonymous 1970: Tobacco: production and manufacturing. I. the main characteristics of the tobacco economy. Afro-Asian Econ. Rev., Cairo. 12: 129/31, 18-20
Anonymous 1970: Tobacco: production and manufacturing. II. Trends of production and consumption. Afro-Asian Econ. Rev., Cairo. 12: 132/33, 18-21
Anonymous 1970: Tobacco: production and manufacturing. III. Main trends of international trade. Afro-Asian Econ. Rev., Cairo. 12: 134/5, 28-31
Acton, M. 1967: Tobaccos with low nicotine content grown in Italy. Tabak-J. Int, 5: 319 (I)
Lukosectvius, P.P. 1971: Tobaeeo. Research Report, Research Branch, Canada Department of Agriculture, 1971. 41-2
Anonymous 1968: Tocklai release clones in Darjeeling. Two and a Bud. Tocklai 15: 124-25
Baraud, J.; Bernhard, R.; Cassagne, C.; Genevois, L. 1967: Toco-pherol content of oil from different varieties of hazel nut. C.R. Acad. Agric 53: 433-436
Thomke, S.; Kahl, O.; Persson, K.A. 1965: Tocopherol and selenium in pig rations, including an assessment of meat quality parameters. Acta Agr Scand 15(3/4): 262-274
Martius, C.; Muller, K. 1964: Tocopherol and tocopheryl quinone as growth substances for Fusiformis nigrescens. (Preliminary note). Biochem. Ztschr, 340: 320
Dunkley, W.L.; Franke, A.A.; Robb, J. 1968: Tocopherol concentration and oxidative stability of milk from cows fed supplements of D or DL alpha -tocopheryl acetate. J. Dairy Sci 51(4): 531-34
Caravaggi, C.; Clarke, F.L. 1970: Tocopherol concentrations in the serum and liver of lambs with white muscle disease. Australian Veterinary Journal 46(8): 404
Rendina, N.; Lucisano, A.; Amato, P.; Valletrisco, M. 1969: Tocopherol content in Plalalaris tuberosa. Riv. Zootec. Agric. Vet 7: 217-225
Kurnik, E. 1967: Tocopherol content in strains of different sunflower varieties. Takarmanybazis 7(1): 7-12
Kurnik, E. 1967: Tocopherol content in sunflower varieties. Iregszemcse Bull 7(1): 7-12
Imaichi, K.; Cox, S.; Kinsell, L.W.; Schelstraete, M.; Olcott, H.S. 1965: Tocopherol Content of Human Adipose Tissue. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 16: 347-350
Jensen, A. 1969: Tocopherol content of seaweed and seaweed meal. 1. Analytical methods and distribution of tocopherols in benthic algae. J. Sci. Food Agric 20: 449-453
Jensen, A. 1969: Tocopherol content of seaweed and seaweed meal. 2. Individual, diurnal and seasonal variations in some Fucaceae. J. Sci. Food Agric 20: 454-458
Jensen, A. 1969: Tocopherol content of seaweed and seaweed meal. 3. Influence of processing and storage on the content of tocopherols, carotenoids, and ascorbic acid in seaweed meal. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 20(10): 622-626
Erickson, D.R.; Dunkley, W.L.; Smith, L.M. 1964: Tocopherol distribution in milk fractions and its relation to antioxidant activity. J Food Sci 29(3): 269-275
Gontzea, I.; Rujinski, A.; Bucsa, G. 1969: Tocopherol in blood and haemolysis in icteric and anicteric newborn infants. Nutritio Dieta 11: 303-312
Tamashiro, R.T. 1964: Tocopherol in blood of newborn infants. Acta pediat. espanola. 22: 283-288; 293-296
Pokrovskij, A.A.; Abrarov, A.A. 1966: Tocopherol in blood of parturient women and newborn infants. Lab. Delo. 10, 621-624
Krukowa, A. 1964: Tocopherol in blood serum of infants in relation to feeding method. Pr. Mater, nauk. Inst. Matki Dziecka. 2: 67-73
McMasters, V.; Howard, T.; Kinsell, L.W.; van der Veen, J.; Olcott, H.S. 1967: Tocopherol storage and depletion in adipose tissue and plasma of normal and diabetic human subjects. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 20(6): 622-626
Jakubowski, A.; Pilak, K. 1970: Tocopherols in Polish edible oils. Prace Instytutow i Laboratoriow Badawczych Przemystu Spozywczego 20(1): 31-43
Gracian, J.; Arevalo, G. 1965: Tocopherols in vegetable oils, particularly olive oil. Grasas Aceit 16: 278-91
Francis, H.H.; Smellie, J.H. 1964: To-Days Drugs. Anthelmintics. 2. British Medical Journal 1(5388): 957-958
Williams, R.B. 1969: The persistence of drug resistance in strains of Eimeria species in broiler chickens following a change of coccidiostat. Research in Veterinary Science 10(5): 490-492
Heungens, A.; Grisse, A.D. 1969: Toepassing van enkele pesticiden op een ziek azaleagewas. Meded. Rijksfac. LandbWet. Gent 34(4): 1081-1088
Grisse, A.T.D.; Heungens, A. 1969: Toepassing van methomyl en dibromochloropropaan op een ziek anjergewas. Meded. Rijksfac. LandbWet. Gent 34(4): 1127-1130
Anonymous 1970: Togo. L'agriculture africaine. Tome 2. Paris: Ediafric: la Documentation Africaine, 553-583
Anonymous 1967: Togo. (Work of IRCT in 1965-6.). Coton Fibr. trop 22(1): 102-7
Anon. 1971: Togpops are a hit. Dairy Inds 36(11): 643-644
Jesinger, R.; Rashid, S.; Tajuddin, S. 1971: Tok granular (2,4-dichlorophenylp-nitrophenyl ether), its uses In irrigated rice in East Pakistan. 3rd Conference of the Asian-Pacific Weed Science Society, Kuala Lumpur, 24: 6
Moiel, R.H.; Ryan, J.R. 1967: Tolbutamide orinase in human breast milk. Clinical Pediatrics 6(8): 480
Kaemmerer, K. 1968: Toler-ance for soaked beet pulp containing 6% urea. Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 75: 111-114
Figueiredo, J.J.M.; Et Al. 1968: Tolerabilidade do hycanthone e resultados preliminares quanto a sua eficacia no tratamento da esquistossomose mansonia. Gazeta med, Bahia 68(3): 124-131
Tiews, J.; Zentz, C. 1967: Tolerability of vitamin A and vitamin A acid for chickens given a large excess in the feed. Internat. Ztschr. Vitaminforsch 37: 428-442
Sutton, F.X. 1966: Tolerable rates of economic development and social change. Afr. Social Res, Lusaka 2: 99-116
Hermann, P. 1967: Tolerance and active period of Floranid-Nitrophoska. Dtsche Gartnerborse 67: 279-80
Friedl, L.W. 1965: Tolerance and effect of Yomesan in small animal practice. Vet. med. Rev., Leverkusen. 2, 147-149
Jaspan, M.A. 1967: Tolerance and rejection of cultural impediments to economic growth: the south Sumatran case. Bull. Indonesian Econ. Stud, Canberra 7: 38-59
Calnaido, D.; Kanapathipillai, P. 1967: Tolerance and susceptibility of tea clones to shot-hole borer infestation. Tea Quart 38(3): 275-281
Mankau, R.; Imbriani, J. 1971: Tolerance and uptake of 1,2-dibromoethane by nematode-trapping fungi. Phytopathology 61: 12, 1492-1497
Kaemmerer, K. 1968: Tolerance and utilisation of boiled beet pulp containing urea (Dormaschnitzel(r)) by sheep. Zuchtungskunde 40: 136-149
Jansen, W. 1969: Tolerance by cyclamen to insecticides and acaricides. Gesunde Pfl 21: 175
Spitaels, J.M.; Bounameaux, Y.; Parkinson-Bone, L. 1967: Tolerance comparee du nitrothiamidazole et du dimercapto-succinate d'antimoine lors de traitements anti-bilharziens. Ann. Soc. beige Med. trop 47(5): 349-360
Guilhon, J. 1968: Tolerance du mouton au iodo-3 hydroxy-4 nitro-5 benzonitrile admini stre par voie parenterale. Bull. Acad. vet. Fr 41(1): 37-40
Mosanghini, V. 1969: Tolerance for FR 160 in feeds for broilers. Riv. Zootec 42: 498-502
Deckner, K.; Brand, K.; Kofranyi, E. 1970: Tolerance for and biological value of amino acid patterns given parenterally. Klin. Wochenschr 48: 795-800
Feranke, K. 1966: Tolerance for wholemeal bread. Ernahrungs-Umschau. 13: 416-418
Nasr, T.A.; Hassouana, M.G. 1970: Tolerance of Bananas to fluorides and sulphur dioxide. Alex. J. agric. Res 18(1): 115-118
Schobesch, O.; Kadar, L.; Bogdan, I. 1969: Tolerance of Berenil embonate by sheep. Archiva vet, Vet. Fac., Cluj, Roumania 6(1/2): 135-145
Drauschke, W.; Ramme, E. 1969: Tolerance of Biomehl by albino rats and its use in fattening pigs. Jahrb. Tierernahrung Futterung. 70. 7: 255-263
Webster, R.K.; Ogawa, J.M.; Bose, E. 1970: Tolerance of Botrytis cinerea to 2,6-dichloro-4-nitroaniline. Phytopathology 60: 1489-92
Palmer, J.S.; Danz, J.W. 1964: Tolerance of Brahman Cattle to Organic Phosphorus Insecticides. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 144: 143-145
Waters, W.E. 1965: Tolerance of Chrysanthemum morifolium to several herbicides. Proc 18th sth. Weed Control Conf, 246-9
Werner, J.; Gruhn, K. 1969: Tolerance of Cr by broilers and the use of different chrome-leather hydrolysates for broilers. 2. Jahrb. Tierernahrung Futterung. 70. 7: 373-385
Werner, J.; Gruhn, K.; Hennig, A. 1969: Tolerance of Cr by laying hens and the use of new chrome-leather hydrolysates alkalised with ammonia and lime for chickens. 1. Jahrb. Tierernahrung Futterung. 70. 7: 318-331
Taliaferro, C.M.; Leuck, D.B.; Stimmann, M.W. 1969: Tolerance of Cynodon clones to phytotoxemia caused by the two-lined spittlebug. Crop Sci 9: 765-66
Bronsch, K.; Luders, H. 1966: Tolerance of F in rations for cattle. Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde 108: 441-446
Waters, W.E. 1968: Tolerance of Lilium longi-florum Georgia to several herbicides. Proc 21st sth. Weed Conf, 210-3
Hagedorn, D.J.; Rand, R.E.; Saad, S.M. 1971: Tolerance of Phaseolus lunatus to bacterial brown spot. Phytopathology 61: 11, 1406-1407
Sparrow, A.H.; Schairer, L.A.; Woodwell, G.M. 1965: Tolerance of Pinus rigida trees to a ten-year exposure to chronic gamma irradiation from cobalt-60. Radiat Bot 5(1): 7-22
Wilcox, W.W. 1970: Tolerance of Plyporus amarus to extractives from Incense Cedar heartwood. Phytopathology 60(6): 919-23
Martin, J.W.; Carter, M.C. 1966: Tolerance of Populus deltoides to certain herbicides. Proc. sth. Weed Conf, 1966. 261-2
D.C.sta, E.W.B.; Kerruish, R.M. 1964: Tolerance of Poria species to copper based wood preservatives. Forest Products Journal 14(3): 106-112
Kennedy, B.W. 1965: Tolerance of Pseudomonas glycinea to freezing. Phytopathology 55(4): 415-417
Wang, C.-S. 1967: Tolerance of Saccliarum species to ratoon stunting disease. Plant Protection Bulletin (Taiwan) 9(1-2): 33-34
Chavez, J.F. 1967: Tolerance of Se by rats reared on diets with Se. Arch. latinoamer. Nutricidn. 17: 77-83
Miller, F.R.; Bovey, R.W. 1969: Tolerance of Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench to several herbicides. Agron. J 61(2): 282-5
Pant, J.C.; Doharey, R.B.; Pant, N.C. 1969: Tolerance of Trogoderma granarium Everts to higher levels of inorganic salts in the artificial diet. Indian Journal of Entomology 31(1): 95-97
Lees, J.C. 1964: Tolerance of White Spruce to flooding. For. Chron 40(2): 221-5
Buchanan, G.A.; Hoveland, C.S. 1971: Tolerance of Yuchi arrowleaf clover to herbicides. Weed Science 19(3): 254-256
Mladenovi, Z.; Petrovic, M.; Sibalic, S.; Slavica, M. 1965: Tolerance of a combination of thiabendazole and hexachlorethane in sheep. Vet. Glasn 19: 385-388
Zelennk, I.; Kona, E. 1969: Tolerance of acetate and its effect on non-esterified fatty acids and ketone bodies in the blood of sheep given traditional and liquid diets. Zivocisna Vyroba 14: 217-222
Jones, B.F.; Sorensen, E.L.; Painter, R.H. 1968: Tolerance of alfalfa dones to the spotted alfalfa aphid. J. econ. Ent 61(4): 1046-1050
Soprey, P.R.; Maxcy, R.B. 1968: Tolerance of bacteria for quaternary ammonium compounds. J. Fd Sci 33(5): 536-40
Fernandez Caldas, E.; Perez Garcia, V.; Borges Perez, A. 1971: Tolerance of banana to the bicarbonated subterranean water of Tenerife. Fruits d'Outre-Mer 26: 5-13
Allen, F.C. 1966: Tolerance of barley to MCPA and dicamba. Proc. N.Z. Weed Pest Control Conf, 1966. 25-7
Venkataraman, G.S.; Rajyalakshmi, B. 1971: Tolerance of blue-green algae to pesticides. Current Science 40(6): 143-144
Barbarino, A.; Pasargiklian, E.; Catelli, M.G.; Orlandelli, E. 1969: Tolerance of carbohydrates and insulin production in patients with coronary disorders. Folia endocrinol 22: 538-544
Nebuloni, G.; Della Silva, A.N.; Kauchtschischvili, G. 1969: Tolerance of carbohydrates by old persons. Comparative study of oral load curves for glucose, prednisolone, glucose-prednisolone and tolbutamide. Acta Gerontol 19: 101-122
Freeman, R.N.; Bing, A. 1968: Tolerance of carnations to increasing quantities of fertilizer. Bull. N. Y. St. Flower Grs, 275, 1-3
Van Oorschot, J.L.P. 1964: Tolerance of carrots to some herbicides inhibiting photosynthesis. Meded. LandbHogesch. Gent 29: 683-94
Bruns, V.F.; Yeo, R.R.; Arle, H.F. 1964: Tolerance of certain crops to several aquatic herbicides in irrigation water. U S Dept Agric Tech Bull 1299: 1-22
Yadav, J.S.P.; Singh, K. 1970: Tolerance of Certain Forest Species to Varying Degree of Salinity and Alkali. Indian Forester 96(8): 587-599
Simon, K. 1966: Tolerance of chickens to organic and inorganic arsenic compounds with special reference to arsenic residues in tissues. Inaug. Diss. tier-arztl. Fak. Munchen, 75
Matthews, L.J. 1965: Tolerance of clovers to herbicides. Proc 18th N.Z. Weed Pest Control Conf, 37-41
Kaemmere, K. 1965: Tolerance of cocci-diostatic drugs permitted in West Germany. II. Zoalcne. Tierarztl. Umsch 20: 575-582
Hermann, R.K.; Lavender, D.P. 1967: Tolerance of coniferous seedlings to silting. J Forest 65(11): 824-825
Palmer, R.D.; Grogan, C.O. 1965: Tolerance of corn lines to atrazine in relation to content of benzoxazinone derivative, 2-glucoside. Weeds 13: 219-22
Eshel, Y. 1969: Tolerance of cotton to diuron, fluometuron, norea, and prometryne. Weed Sci 17(4): 492-6
Medappa, K.C.; Dana, M.N. 1970: Tolerance of cranberry plants to manganese, iron and aluminum. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 95: 107-110
Devlin, R.M.; Demoranville, I.E. 1970: Tolerance of cranberry vines to Morcran and three other experimental herbicides. Cranberries 34: 12, 13-15
Ritschel, W.A. 1965: Tolerance of dehydracetic acid. Arzneimittel-Forschung 15(3): 220-222
Luhmann, M. 1965: Tolerance of ducks to some coccidiostats in rearing feeds. Arch. Gefliigelk 29: 282-291
Lunt, O.R.; Kaempffe, C.; Youngner, V.B. 1964: Tolerance of five turfgrass species to soil alkali. Agron J 56(5): 481-483
Molberg, E.S. 1965: Tolerance of flax to herbicides. Biokemia, 10, 2-4
Molberg, E.S. 1964: Tolerance of flax varieties to NPH 1231. Research report of the National Weed Committee, Western Section, Ottawa, Canada, 1964. 113-14
Vanden Born, W.H.; Schraa, R.J. 1964: Tolerance of four varieties of spring wheat to tordon 22K. Research report of the National Weed Committee, Western Section, Ottawa, Canada, 1964. 19-20
Vyhnalek, J. 1970: Tolerance of fowls to Syngamix. Vet. Med.Praha, Ustav pro statni kontrolu vet biopreparatu a leciv, Brno, Czechoslovakia. 43(2): 77-81
Waters, W.E. 1964: Tolerance of gladiolus to several herbicides. Proc 17th south. Weed Conf, 199-201
Lang, K.; Henschel, J.; Kieckebusch, W.; Griem, W. 1966: Tolerance of heat-treated palm oils by rats. Ztschr. Ernahrungswiss 7: 109-127
Gadgil, R.L. 1969: Tolerance of heavy metals and the reclamation of industrial waste. J. appl Ecol 6: 247-259
Manalang, P.; Sumabat, L.; Pablo, I.S. 1971: Tolerance of infants to various food mixtures of plant origin. Philippine Journal of Nutrition 24(4): 193-202
Mielke, H. 1970: Tolerance of infection and resistance to stem break in different wheat varieties in relation to C. herpotrichoides Fron. Z. Pflanzenz 64: 248-88
Fox, R.H. 1968: Tolerance of maize, cotton, lucerne and bean plants to high concentrations of water-soluble boron in coastal soils of southern Peru. An. dent, 6: 185
Sutton, P.; Burgis, D.S. 1966: Tolerance of okra to several herbicides. Proc. south. Weed Conf, 1966. 589-92
Bingham, F.T.; Page, A.L.; Bradford, G.R. 1964: Tolerance of plants to lithium. Soil Sci 98(1): 4-8
Putnam, A.R.; Price, H.C. 1969: Tolerance of rootstocks and established Malus, Pyrus, and Prunus trees to terbacil. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 94: 655-658
Bucur, N.; Et Al 1967: Tolerance of salinity by some woody species grown in saline soils in the Jijia-Bahlui depression. Lucrari Stiintifice, Institutul Agronomic 'Ion Ionescu de la Brad', Iasi. 119-23
Bucur, N.; Lixandru, G.; Nejneru, I.; Merlescu, E. 1970: Tolerance of salinity in some grain sorghum hybrids. Probl. agric, Bucuresti 22(9): 50-54
Crosier, W.F.; Steinkraus, K.H. 1964: Tolerance of seeds to gaseous ethylene oxide, hot air and volatile fungicides. Proc. Ass. off. Seed Analysts N. Am 54: 32-40
Vanden Born, W.H.; Schraa, R.J. 1968: Tolerance of seven barley varieties to TCA. Research report of the National Weed Committee, Western Section 1968. 20-21
Taylorson, R.B. 1966: Tolerance of several cucurbits to pre-emergence herbicides. Proc. sth. Weed Conf, 1966. 195-9
Hamilton, R.H. 1964: Tolerance of several grass species to 2-chloro-s-triazine herbicides in relation to degradation and content of benzoxazinone derivatives. J. agric. Fd Chem 12(1): 14-17
Horn, G.C. 1966: Tolerance of several southern turfgrasses to various spray oils. Proceedings Fla State Hort Society 79: 494-499
Guilhon, J. 1968: Tolerance of sheep to a new phosphoric ester: chlorfenvinphos. Bulletin de L'academie Veterinaire de France 41(7): 279-284
Unligil, H.H. 1972: Tolerance of some Canadian strains of wood-rotting fungi to wood preservatives. Forest Products Journal 22(1): 40-45
Evdokimov, V.M. 1969: Tolerance of some crops during ontogenesis to Cl- salts. Sb. Trud. Aspir. molod. nauch. Sotr., Vses. Inst. Rasten-iev 10: 164-168
Roth, H. 1968: Tolerance of some imported conifer seeds to fumigation with carbon tetrachloride. J. econ. Ent 61(4): 988-90
Roth, H.; Richardson, H.H. 1965: Tolerance of some imported vegetables to methyl bromide fumigation and hot water treatments. J. econ. Ent. 58: 1086-8
Janyska, A. 1965: Tolerance of some species of the carrot family to Gesagard and Afalon. Bull. vysk. Ust. zelin, Olomouc 9: 55-64. figs. 2, tabs. 1, bibl. 14
Hintikka, V. 1971: Tolerance of some wood-decomposing basidiomycetes to aromatic compounds related to lignin degradation. Karstenia 12: 46-52
Chamberlain, E.W.; Becton, A.J.; Le Baron, H.M. 1970: Tolerance of sorghum to post-emergence applications of atrazine. Weed Sci 18(3): 410-12
Dunphy, E.J.; Meissen, M.E.; Fulcher, C.E.; Kurtz, L.T. 1968: Tolerance of soybean varieties to high levels of phosphorus fertilizer. Soil Science Society American Proceedings 32(3): 383-385
Mlllhollon, R.W.; Matherne, R.J. 1968: Tolerance of sugarcane varieties to herbicides. Weed Sci 16: 300-3
Kurth, I.R.; Van Dorsser, J.C. 1969: Tolerance of ten tree species to propazine, Dacthal and linuron pre-emergence sprays on seedbeds. Research Leaflets, Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service, 26: 4
Forsythe, W.M.; Pinchinat, A. 1971: Tolerance of the bean cultivar 27-R to flooding. Tunialba 21(2): 228-231
Rossner, W. 1971: Tolerance of the blood-brain barrier to different volumes of injection and to different pH values and solvents. Zentbl. Vet-Med, 18A: 139-150
J.Poppe. 1968: Tolerance of the mycelium of mushrooms to major fungicides. Meded. Rijksfac. LandbWetensch. Gent 33(3): 945-953,
Vyhnalek, J. 1970: Tolerance of the preparation Syngamix (disophenol) in fowls. Vet. Med, Praha 15: 77-81
Colburn, R.; Asquith, D. 1971: Tolerance of the stages of Stethorus punctum to selected insecticides and mitiddes. Journal of Economic Entomology 64(5): 1072r-1074
Bidner Barhava, N.; Ramati, B. 1967: Tolerance of three olive varieties to soil salinity in Israel. Exp Agr 3(4): 295-305
Sturgess, B.T.; Goulding, R.L. 1968: Tolerance of three species of larval Chirononiidae to physicochemical stress factors occurring in stabilization lagoons. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 61(4): 903-906
Yelenosky, G. 1964: Tolerance of trees to deficiencies of soil aeration. Proc. int. Shade Tree Conf. 1964. 127-48
Phillips, J.M. 1966: Tolerance of turkey gamma-globulin in chickens. Immunology 11(2): 163-173
Carlsson, B. 1970: Tolerance of various susceptible potato varieties to cyst nematode-a preliminary investigation. Vaxtskyddsnotiser 34: 29-33
Cordukes, W.E. 1968: Tolerance of various turfgrasses to foliar applications of road salt. Greenhouse, Gdn, Grass 7(3): 1-3
Wyndham, C.H.; Williams, C.G.; Morrison, J.F.; Heyns, A.J.; Siebert, J. 1968: Tolerance of very hot humid environments by highly acclimatized Bantu at rest. British Journal of Industrial Medicine 25(1): 22-39
Burt, E.O. 1964: Tolerance of warm season turfgrasses to herbicides. Proc 17th south. Weed Conf, 123-6
Burt, E.O. 1965: Tolerance of warmseason turfgrasses to pre-emergence herbicides: preliminary report. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Fla., 1965. 24: 137-41
Ward, R.K. 1964: Tolerance of weeds of waste areas to residual-type herbicides. Proc 17th N.Z. Weed Pest Control Conf, 215-21
Saghir, A.R.; Aqiqullah. 1970: Tolerance of wheat and barley at different stages of growth to 2,4-D sprays. PANS 16(2): 336-42
Deloraine, J.; Guillot, M. 1967: Tolerance of winter and spring cereals to a mixture of ioxynil and mecoprop. C. r. 4e Conf. Com. franc. mauv. Herbes (COLUMA), 183-95
Oshima, N.; Foskett, R.L. 1966: Tolerance of woolly and dwarf tomatoes to curly top virus in Colorado. Plant Dis Reporter 50(5): 309-311
Sutton, R.E.; Hamilton, J.R. 1968: Tolerance of young children with severe gastroenteritis to dietary lactose: a controlled study. Canadian Medical Association Journal 99(20): 980-982
Hempel, E. 1970: Tolerance of, and indications for, Rompun (xylazine) in cattle. Dt.tierarztl. Wschr 77: 109-110
Malis, F.; Fric, P.; Zeman, J. 1969: Tolerance tests with lactose and other disac-charides. Cas. Lek. cesk 108(6): 172-77
Huijsman, C.A.; Klinkenberg, C.H.; Den Ouden, H. 1969: Tolerance to Heterodera rostochiensis Woll. among potato varieties and its relation to certain characteristics of root anatomy. Eur. Potato J 12(2): 134-47
Qualset, C.O. 1967: Tolerance to barley yellow dwarf in winter oats. Plant Disease Reporter 51(11): 908-910
Luhmann, M. 1965: Tolerance to coccidio-static drugs in ducklings. Arch. Geflugelk 29: 282-291
Solcova, M.; Solc, P.; Mokry, Z. 1966: Tolerance to cow's milk and its relation to some food habits in healthy adults. Cas. Lek. ces 105: 849-853
Gottschalk, W. 1970: Tolerance to low temperature, drought, heat and salinity. Manual on mutation breeding, Tech. Rep. Ser. IAEA, Vienna., 102, 160-62
Morrison, B.O. 1966: Tolerance to oral hematinic therapy: controlled-release versus conventional ferrous sulfate. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 14(7): 757-759
Menser, H.A.; Hodges, G.H. 1969: Tolerance to ozone of flue-cured tobacco cultivars in field and fumigation chamber tests. Tobacco. NY, 169: 25
Schafer, J.F. 1971: Tolerance to plant disease. Annual Review of Phytopathology, 9, 235-252
Styczynska-Jurewicz, E. 1971: Tolerance to salinity in some marine and freshwater cercariae. Acta Parasitologica Polonica 19(19-28): 257-268
Bucur, N.; T. Esu, C.; Merlescu, E.; Et Al. 1967: Tolerance to salinity of some tree species cultivated on saline soils in the depression of Jijia-Bahlui. Lucr. Stiint. Inst. agron. last., 1967. 119-124
Horie, Y. 1966: Tolerance to salt water of several plants (2). Bull. For. Exp. Sta., Meguro, Tokyo. 186, 113-33
Takahashi, K.; Horie, Y. 1965: Tolerance to salt water of several plants (I). Bull. For. Exp. Sta., Meguro, Tokyo. 183, 131-51
Bidner-Barhava, N.; Ramati, B. 1966: Tolerance to soil salinity of olive trees of the varieties Manzanillo, Souri, and Siguose. Research report, science and agriculture, Hebrew University of Jerusalem . 1966. 1: 593-94
Jedlinski, H. 1972: Tolerance to two strains of Barley yellow dwarf virus in Oats. Plant Disease Reporter 56(3): 230-234
Cinader, B.; Koh, S.W.; Naylor, D. 1969: Tolerance-mediated inheritance of immune responsiveness. International Archives of Allergy and Applied Immunology 35(2): 150-162
Il'inskij, S.A. 1968: Tolerances and fits in wood working. Dopuski i posadki v derevoobrabotke, Izdatel'stvo 'Lesnaja Promyslennost',Moscow, USSR: 368
Van Genderen. 1966: Tolerances for tissue levels of pesticides in wild animals; a proposal for consideration. J. appl. Ecol, 3: Suppl, 271-3
Metzger, B.M.; Ilnicki, R.D.; Visinski, E.J. 1965: Tolerances of sugar beets to several systems of DCPA. Proc. NEast Weed Control Conf, 1965. 259-61
Gill, J.A.; Verts, B.J. 1970: Tolerances of two populations of ring-necked pheasants to DDT. J. Wildlife Management. 34: 630-636
Carlsson, B. 1970: Tolerans hos olika mottagliga potatissorter mot potatiscystnematod -En orienterande undersokning. Vaxtskydds-notiser 34(2): 29-33
Gould, A.H. 1964: Tolnaftate in Dermatology: A New, Potent Topical Fungicide. Dermatologia Tropica et Ecologica Geographica 18: 255-259
Alban, J. 1965: Tolnaftate in superficial fungus infections. American Journal of Diseases of Children 110(6): 624-627
Little, E.C.S. 1968: Tology-the science of weed research and control. 2. PANS (C) 14(2): 116-17
Zeven, A.C. 1969: Tom Pouce Blanc and Tom Pouce Barbu Rouge, two Triticum aestivum sources of very short straw. Wheat Inform. Serv. Kyoto. 29, 8-9
Marini, E. 1965: Toma: a cheese typical of Langhe. Latte 39(9): 661-72
Slnnadurai, S. 1969: Tomato. Ghana Fmr 13: 67-9
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Anon. 1967: Tomato Verticillium wilt. Advis. Leafl. Minist. Agrie. Fish. Fd. 53: 4
Kartaloff, P. 1964: Tomato and cucumber variety trials in Bulgaria. Arch. Gartenb. 12: 605-11
Hayslip, N.C., E.Al. 1964: Tomato and pangolagrass rotation for sandy soils of south Florida. Circ. Fla agric. Exp. Stats. S-153: 24
Leron Robbins, M.; Angell, F.F. 1970: Tomato anthracnose: a hypodermic inoculation technique for determining genetic reaction. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 95: 118
Robbins, M.L.; Angell, F.F. 1970: Tomato anthracnose: inheritance of reaction to Colletotrichum coccodes in Lycopersicon spp. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 95: 469-471
Solymossy, F. 1964: Tomato aspermy virus in Hungary. Ann. Inst. Prot. Plant Hung 9: 65-74
Obrero, F.P.; Aragaki, M.; Trujillo, E.E. 1971: Tomato bacterial wilt: inoculation of susceptible scions grafted to resistant rootetock. Plant Disease Reporter 55(6): 521-522
Nemtsova, I.A. 1967: Tomato blight. Zashch. Rast., Mosk, NIIOKH, Grachi, Moscow region 12(10): 40-41
Kerr, E.A.; Truscott, J.H.L. 1966: Tomato breeding lines for release. Report of the Horticultural Research Institute of Ontario, Toronto for, 1966. 59-61
Rick, C.M. 1968: Tomato breeding with the aid of wild forms. Agron. trop, Maracay., 18: 143-50
Casarini, B. 1970: Tomato breeding, with particular reference to the problems of northern Italy. Ann. Accad. naz. Agric, Bologna 90: 277-301. bibl. 4 pp
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Davet, P. 1970: Tomato brown root rot in the Lebanon. Cah. O.R.S.T.O.M., Ser. Biol, 12, 65-82
Allen, W.R.; Davidson, T.R. 1967: Tomato bushy stunt virus from Prunus avium L. I. Field studies and virus characterization. Can. J. Bot, 45: 12, 2375-2383
Allen, W.R. 1968: Tomato bushy stunt virus from Prunus avium. II. Serological typing and the characterization of antibody types and activities. Can. J. Bot, Canada Dept Agrie., Vineland Stn, Ont. 46(3): 229-233
Anonymous 1967: Tomato caterpillar (Heliothis spp.). Bull. N.S. W. Dep. Agric, IP135C: 2
Spender, B.; Weichold, R. 1964: Tomato corky root and the possibilities of its control. Dtsch. Gartenb 11: 96-9
Popovic, F.; Nikolaevskaja, A. 1966: Tomato cultivars and hybrids for growing in artificial media. Kartofel' i Ovoscl (Potato and Vegetables). 1, 39-40
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Kireeva, L.M. 1967: Tomato cultivars for growing under plastic covers. Selekcija i Semenovodstvo (Breeding and Seed-growing), 1, 73
Ermolaev, K.A. 1969: Tomato cultivars for growing without transplanting. Trud. Volgograd, opyt. Sta. VIR (Trans. Volgograd exp. Sta. All-Un. Inst. Pl Industr, 6, 101-10
Moskaljuk, A. 1967: Tomato cultivars for mechanized harvesting and for transport. Kartofel i Ovosci (Potato and Vegetables), 7, 32-33
Amuti, K. 1971: Tomato cultivars suitable for the dry season on the Accra plains, Ghana. Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science 4(1): 113-115
Cermnyh, L. 1964: Tomato cultivation in the autumn. Kartofel' i Ovosci (Potato and Vegetables) 9(5): 30-31
Harkness, R.W.; Orth, P.G. 1968: Tomato culture investigations. A.R. Fla agric. Exp. Stats 67, 1968. 365-6
Graham, K. 1967: Tomato diseases. Fiji Fmr 3(1): 7-9
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Messiaen, C.-M.; Lafon, R. 1968: Tomato diseases and their treatment. Pepinieristes, Horticulteurs, Maraichers, 87, 4953-6
Nome, H.F.; Docampo, Q.D.; Tolosa, M.J. 1969: Tomato diseases in Chile. Characterization of the virus causing tomato mosaic. Tomato spotted wilt virus. Tomato bacterial canker (Corynebacterium michiganense). Tomato black streak, a new disease in Chile. The estimation of losses due to spotted wilt and mosaic in tomatoes. Bol. tec. Estac. exp. agron. Univ. Chile, 29: 38
Hayslip, N.C.; Iley, J.R. 1964: Tomato fertility trials on sandy soils. Proceedings Florida State Hort Society 77: 168-172
Anstett, A. 1968: Tomato fertilization according to different cultural techniques. Pepinieristes, Horticulteurs, Maraichers, 87, 4941-51
Aso, P.J.; Boggiatto, A.J.; Ploper, J. 1966: Tomato fertilizer trials. Revista Industrial y Agricola de Tucuman 44: 61-79
Anon. 1967: Tomato fertilizing in the valleys of Aragua. Not. agric. Serv. Shell Agric, Cagua 4: 155-6
Brenoe, C. 1968: Tomato flavour quality. Tidsskr. Planteavl 71: 518-29; 529-33
Tuzu, S. 1967: Tomato for forcing (L. esculentum Mill.). Results of the national varietal trials of improved crop varieties Budapest., 275-91
Ver, R.; Kecskemeti, L. 1969: Tomato forcing in glasshouses. Preliminary communication. Duna-Tisza Kozi mezogazd. kiserl Int. Bull 4: 131-8
Jenkins, J.E.E.; Wiggell, D.; Fletcher, J.T. 1965: Tomato fruit bronzing. Ann Appl Biol 55(1): 71-81
White, R.A.J.; Alban, E.K. 1967: Tomato fruit culture in vitro. Res. Summ. Ohio agric. Res. Dev. Center. 19: 15-17
Ozbun, J.L., E.Al. 1967: Tomato fruit ripening. I. Effect of potassium nutrition on occurrence of white tissue. Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 91: 566-572
Ragozzino, A. 1967: Tomato fruit rot caused by P. sp. Riv. Ortoflorofruttic. ital 51(5): 458-460
Ibarbia, E.A.; Lambeth, V.N. 1971: Tomato fruit size and quality interrelationships. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 96(2): 199-201
Canerday, T.D. 1967: Tomato fruitworm control. Leafl. Auburn agric. Exp. Stat, 74: 8
Tesi, R.; Izzo, R. 1967: Tomato grafting and its technique. Riv. Ortoflorofruttic. ital 51: 198-205
Russo, M. 1965: Tomato grafting and resistance to root parasites. Ital. agric 102: 223-8
Anonymous 1966: Tomato grafting technique. Short Term Leafl. Minist. Agric, Lond., 51: 4
Bradley, J.A. 1968: Tomato grafting to control root diseases. N.Z. J. Agric 116(3): 26-7
Polania Trujillo, H. 1966: Tomato growing. Agric. trop, Bogota., 22: 588-97
Cassidy, M.A. 1967: Tomato growing. Rhod. agric. J 64: 53-60
Rivoira, G. 1966: Tomato growing in soilless culture. Ital. agric 103: 1055-79
Aliev, E.A. 1964: Tomato growing on artificial substrates. Vestn. sel'sk. Nauki 9(6): 57-63
Ingber, B.F.; Hancock, A.C. 1970: Tomato growing trials. Research Bulletin of Bunda College of Agriculture, 1, 8-9
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Sumeghy, J.B. 1967: Tomato harvesting mechanised. Fmrs' Newslett, 59, 30-2 ; 34
Dlffidenti, G.A. 1967: Tomato harvesting revolutionized. Inf. agrar., Verona. 23: 1561-2
Marchesi, G.; Ceci, D. 1967: Tomato harvesting. An analysis of production costs. Frutticoltura 29: 431-5
Warnock, S.J. 1970: Tomato heat unit accumulation at various locations in California. HortScience 5: 440-441
Culkov, N.I. 1965: Tomato heterosis under irrigation. Tr. priklad. Bot. Genet. Selekc 37(2): 107-14
Arzankova, N.G. 1966: Tomato hybrids from self-sterile maternal forms. Vesc. Akad. Nauk BSSR : Ser. sel'skagasp. Nauk (News Acad. Sci. White Russ. SSR : Ser. agric. Sci.). 2, 49-53
Herrmann, K. 1967: Tomato juices. ErnahrungsUmschau 14: 8-10
Fortnam, J. 1968: Tomato layering-a method to reduce costs. Comm. Gr, 70: 3796, 290-1
Yassin, A.M.; Nour, M.A. 1965: Tomato leaf curl diseases in the Sudan and their relation to tobacco leaf curl. Ann Appl Biol 56(2): 207-217
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Anonymous 1967: Tomato leaf mould. Adv. Leafl. Minist. Agric, Lond., 263: 6
Lemeni, V. 1969: Tomato leaf mould (C. falvum Cooke) and its control. Rev. Hort. Viticult, Bucuresti, 12, 66-71
Smith, P.M.; Last, F.T.; Kempton, R.J.; Gisborne, J.H. 1969: Tomato leaf mould: its assessment and effects on yield. Ann. appl. Biol 63(1): 19-26
Daskalov, K.; Ognyanova, A.; Moinova, K.; Kamenova, V. 1971: Tomato lines with higb beta -carotene content. Preliminary communication. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 8(3): 37-41
Bedard, R. 1971: Tomato management. Agriculture, Canada 28(1): 9-12
Broadbent, L. 1964: Tomato mosaic. N.A.A.S. q. Rev 65: 13-22
Bjornstad, A. 1967: Tomato mosaic. Gartneryrket 57: 93-5
Hodoe, D. 1970: Tomato mosaic virus. Ext. Bull. S. Aust. Dep. Agric, 15.70: 9
Van Winckel, A. 1965: Tomato mosaic virus in the soil. Tuinbouwberichten 29: 436-7
Abadjieva, M. 1967: Tomato mutant form with flower deformations. C R Acad Bulg Sci 20(12): 1349-1352
Rothwell, J.B. 1970: Tomato nutrition with base feeding. Progr. Rep. exp. Husb. Fms exp. Hort. Stats, 11, 114-15
Wilcox, G.E.; Kristof, S.; Baker, R. 1966: Tomato plant damage effects on development and fruit yield. Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 89: 571-576
Harries, H.C. 1967: Tomato plant habit mutants in relation to crop production. Nat. agric. advis. Serv, 125-30
Kirillova, G.A. 1964: Tomato plant twins. Research in genetics 2, Leningrad Univ., Leningrad, 121-24
Sims, W.L. 1965: Tomato planting dates for mechanical harvesting. Calif Agr 19(4): 14
Newton, P. 1967: Tomato plants for an acre from a few square feet of bench. Comm. Gr. 3724, 1021-2
Roll-Hansen, J. 1965: Tomato plants in peat. Gartner Tidende 81: 393-5
Albert Bernal, A.; Reig Feliu, A.; Cornejo Aizperrutia, J. 1966: Tomato processing. II. Tests on adaptation to cropping, physical and chemical characteristics and ripening in nine tomato varieties. An. Inst. nac. Invest, agron, Madrid 15: 143-65
Reig Feliu, A.; Albert Bernal, A. 1967: Tomato processing. III. Influence of different peeling methods on nine tomato varieties. An. Inst. nac. Invest. agron., Madr 16: 201-17
Morrow, D.K. 1966: Tomato production. Mon. econ. Bull, Lusaka, Mar., 32-46
Kilb, G. 1968: Tomato production in 1967 and preparations for 1968. Konzerv-Paprikaipar, Budapest 3: 65-9
Inyang, A.O. 1966: Tomato production in Northern Nigeria. Samaru agric. Newslett 8(5): 67-76
Woods, M.J. 1966: Tomato production in peat-filled troughs. Ir. J. agric. Res 5: 155-162
Kelbert, D.G.A., E.Al. 1966: Tomato production on the sandy soils of South Florida. Bull. Fla agric. Exp. Stats. 710: 41
O'hare, J. 1967: Tomato propagating composts. Proc. nat. Glasshouse Conf, Dublin 78-80
Jones, D.A.G. 1965: Tomato propagation. I. Type of bench and plant container. Exp. Hort, 13, 11-16
Large, J.G. 1965: Tomato propagation. II. Temperatures and planting stage for the November sown crop. Exp. Hort, 13, 17-23
Meyer, C.H. 1964: Tomato repacking methods and equipment. Mktg Res. Rep. U.S. Dep. Agric, 597: 59
Hollings, M.; Stone, O.M. 1972: Tomato ring-spot virus in pelargonium in England. Plant Pathology 21: 46-47
Gilmer, R.M.; Uyemoto, J.K. 1972: Tomato ringspot virus in 'Baco Noir' Grapevines in New York. Plant Disease Reporter 56(2): 133-135
Boe, A.A.; Do, J.Y.; Salunkhe, D.K. 1968: Tomato ripening: effects of light frequency, magnetic field, and chemical treatments. Econ. Bot 22: 124-34. blbl. 15
Stanton, D.J. 1968: Tomato root and soil defects under glass. N.Z. comm. Gr 24: 25-6
Upstone, M.E.; Finney, J. 1966: Tomato rootstocks and the control of Phytophthora root rot. Pl. Path 15(1): 15
Khush, G.S.; Rick, C.M. 1969: Tomato secondary trisomies: origin, identification, morphology, and use in cytogenetic analysis of the genome. Heredity 24: 75-46
Ritchie, D.B. 1971: Tomato seed extraction. Horticultural Research 11(3): 127-135
Jaworski, C.A.; Valli, V.J. 1964: Tomato seed germination and plant growth in relation to soil temperatures and phosphorus levels. Proceedings Florida State Hort Society 77: 177-183
H.Laterrot, P.Pecaut 1965: Tomato seed production. I. Rapid cleansing using pectolytic enzymes. II. Decreasing the content of Tobacco mosaic virus by dry-heat treatment. Annls Epiphyt 16: Hors-Ser. 1, 163-170
Mickail, K.Y.; Bishay, F.; Farag, N.S. 1970: Tomato seed treatment and seed storage to control bacterial spot or scab. Agric. Res. Rev, Cairo. 48(3): 23-27
Wilcox, G.E. 1966: Tomato seedling response to phosphorus rate and placement of fertilizer bands. Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 88: 521-526
Voisey, P.W.; Lyall, L.H.; Kloek, M. 1970: Tomato skin strength-its measurement and relation to cracking. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 95: 485-488
Vlasov, Y.. I.; Antonov, I.I. 1967: Tomato spotted wilt in the coastal Black sea zone and its control. Byull. vses. nauchno-issled. inst. Zashch. Rast 2(10): 52-54
Suetsugu, T. 1969: Tomato spotted wilt virus detected from imported Dahlia in postentry quarantine. Res. Bull. Pl. Prot. Japan 44(2): 50-56
Mickovski, J. 1969: Tomato spotted wilt virus of Tobacco in Yugoslavia-Tobacco ringspot. Zast. Bilja 20(105): 203-214
Klesser, P.J. 1967: Tomato spotted wilt virus on Arachis hypogaea. S. Afr. J. agric. Sci 9: 731-33
Ivancheva-Gabrovska, T. 1970: Tomato spotted wilt virus on Tobacco. Selskostop. Nauka 9(4): 39-45
Klesser, P.J. 1966: Tomato spotted witt vims on Arachis hypogaea. S. Afr. J. agric. Sci 9(3): 731-736
Gol'din, M.; Bagdasaryan, A.Z. 1969: Tomato stolbur in Azerbaijan. Zashch. Rast., Mosk 14(2): 22-23
Gol'din, M.I.; Bagdasarjan, A.Z. 1969: Tomato stolbur in Azerbajdzan. Zasc. Rast 14(2): 22-3
Yaman, I.K.A. 1971: Tomato stolbur virus: a new record. FAO. Plant Protection Bulletin 19(6): 140-141
Smith, D. 1968: Tomato systems designed to eliminate labour. Grower 69: 865-6
Khush, G.S.; Rick, C.M. 1968: Tomato telotrisomics: origin, identification, and use in linkage mapping. Cytologia 33(1): 137-148
Knush, G.S.; Rick, C.M. 1967: Tomato tertiary trisomics: origin, identification, morphology and use in determining position of centromeres and arm location of markers. Canad. J. Genet. Cyt 9: 610-31
Senaeve, G. 1967: Tomato test in lightly heated culture. Tuinbouwber. Leuven 31: 424-27
Frank, R.; Waywell, C.G. 1970: Tomato tolerance to two pre-emergence herbicides. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 95(3): 370-377
Bancroft, J.B. 1968: Tomato top necrosis virus. Phytopathology 58: 1360-3
Michell, A.R.; Meurant, V.N.; Johnson, J.C. 1968: Tomato transit rot control trials, 1965-66. Qd J. agric. Anim. Sci 25(3): 157-159
Jaworski, C.A.; Morton, D.J. 1967: Tomato transplant growth production and uniformity, in relation to sources and levels of nitrogen. Hort. Res 7: 1-12
Senaeve, G. 1970: Tomato trial in the cool greenhouse. Tuinbouwber, Leuven., 34: 100-02
Senaeve, G. 1968: Tomato trial under intensely heated culture. Tuinbouwber, Leuven 32: 447-50
Senaeve, G. 1970: Tomato trial under unheated glass. Tuinbouwberichten 34: 100-2
Akesson, H. 1964: Tomato trials at Weibullsholm, 1964. Weibulls Allehanda 24: 19-21
Akesson, H. 1965: Tomato trials at Weibullshom, 1965. Weibulls Allehanda 25: 4-9
Jackson, R.F. 1969: Tomato trials in growing rooms at Fairfield. Comm. Gr, 3857, 531-3
Anonymous 1969: Tomato varieties 1968. Tidsskr. Planteavl 73: 398-401
Postiglione, L. 1968: Tomato varieties and cultural techniques for mechanical harvesting. Ann. Fac. Sci. agror, Napoli., 3: 49-80
Salvioli, R.A. 1965: Tomato varieties and their tolerance to spotted wilt. Rev. agron. Noroest. argent 4: 195-203
Watada, A.E.; Hickman, C. 1969: Tomato varieties for West Virginia. W. Va Agric. For 2(3): 4-5
Popescu, H. 1968: Tomato varieties for hot frame cultivation. Rev. Hort. Viticult, Bucuresti 17: 10-15
Kulieva, N.S. 1970: Tomato varieties for plastic greenhouses in the Azerbaijan SSR. Sbornik Trudov Aspiraniov i Molodykh Nauchnykh Sotrudnikov, 17, 275-280
D.Oliveira, W. 1964: Tomato varieties for the concentrates industry. Frutos*, 1, 77-92
Krustkalne, A. 1968: Tomato varieties for the greenhouse. Padomju Laivijas lauksaimn, 38, 23-24
Korepanova, A. 1971: Tomato varieties for the greenhouse in the Khanty-Mansiisk National Region. Kartofel' i Ovoshchi 16(9): 30-31
Caban, R. 1966: Tomato varieties for the winter-spring rotational period. Kartofel' i Ovosci (Potato and Vegetables), 12, 32-33
Izergina, M.M.; Dmitrenok, N.E. 1969: Tomato varieties grown by the hydroponic method. Science for agriculture, Petrozavodsk., 153-58
Pecaut, P.; Philouze, J. 1968: Tomato varieties grown in France. Pepinieristes, Horticulteurs, Maraichers, 87, 4959-73
Makrinova, I.A. 1964: Tomato varieties promising for the Krasnojarsk territory. Trud. krasnojarsk. nauc.-issled. Inst. sel'sk. Hoz. (Trans. Krasnojarsk sci.-res. Inst. Agric.), 2: 113-14
Haine, N.M.; Proctor, P. 1965: Tomato varieties under cold glass. Exp. Hort, 13, 1-5
Hallig, V.A.; Bacher, E.; Dalbro, K. 1965: Tomato varieties, 1959- 1964. Tidsskr. Planteavl 69: 386-401
Hallig, V.A.; Bacher, E. 1968: Tomato varieties, 1965-66. Tidsskr. Planteavl. 71: 518-33
Koopmans, W. 1967: Tomato varieties, susceptible or not susceptible to leaf mould?. Groent. en Fruit. 23: 699
Anonymous 1965: Tomato variety survey. Praktijkadv. Inst. Vered. Tuinbouwgew, 14: 2
Kapelev, N.G. 1968: Tomato variety tests in hydroponic culture on various substrates. Vestn. sel'skohoz. Nauk. (Rec. agric. Sci.). 9, 46-50
Anonymous 1971: Tomato variety trial under slightly heated glass. Tuinbouwberichten 35(10): 431-432
Gomes, J.G.; Menezes Sobrinho, J.A.; De Fernandes, F.T. 1970: Tomato variety trials to improve yield and disease resistance. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira, 5, 255-258
Ralo, J.A.C.; Antunes, V.S. 1964: Tomato waste for fattening bullocks. Bol. pecuar 32: 147-168
Rakisheva, C. 1968: Tomato wilt in the Alma-Ata district. Trudy kazakh. nauchno-issled. Inst. Zashch. Rast 10: 267-272
Nour-E.D.n, F.; Mazyad, H.; Hassan, M.S. 1969: Tomato yellow leaf curl virus disease. Agric. Res. Rev, Cairo. 47(5): 49-54
Loeser, H. 1966: Tomato yield and rootstock experiment, 1965. Gemuse 2: 244-5
Reed, J.P. 1964: Tomato yield response owing to early applications of dieldrin. Jour Econ Entomol 57(2): 292-294
Wolfenbarger, D.A.; Wolfenbarger, D.O. 1966: Tomato yields and leaf miner infestations and a sequential sampling plan for determining need for control experiments. J. econ. Ent, Baltimore, Md. 59(2): 279-283
Wolfenbarger, D.A.; Wolfenbarger, D.O. 1966: Tomato yields and leaf miner infestations and a sequential sampling plan for determining need for control treatments. J Econ Entomol 59(2): 279-283
Wolfenbarger, D.A. 1965: Tomato, Lycopersicon esculentum, and Lycopersicon species and genetic markers in relation to mite, Tetranychus marianae, infestations. J Econ Entomol 58(5): 891-893
Postiglione, L. 1967: Tomatoes are being mechanically harvested. The problem as seen from the agronomic and mechanical aspects. 2. Varieties and soil. Ital. agric 104: 1243-9
Butler, A.N.L.; Kerr, E.A. 1964: Tomatoes for processing. Publ. Ont. Dep. Agric, 491: 24
Volanti, U. 1966: Tomatoes for processing. Ital. agric 103: 383-95
Restuccia, G. 1968: Tomatoes for processing in eastern Sicily. Note I. Variety trials. Tecn. agric 20: 411-20
Anonymous 1968: Tomatoes good and various. Kartofel' i Ovosci (Potato and Vegetables). 4, 45-46
Portas, C.A.M. 1967: Tomatoes in rotations in the new irrigated areas. Frutos, 68. 39-46
Macys, J. 1970: Tomatoes of the variety Ryclai. Liet. Zemdirb. moksl. tyrimo inst. darbai. 13, 219-230
Walter, J.M. 1968: Tomatoes resistant to race 2 of Fusarium wilt. Sunshine St. agric. Res. Rep 13(1): 48-49
Wilcox, G.E. 1965: Tomatoes tell potassium needs. Bett. Crops 49(1): 4-7
Rappaport, R. 1970: Tomatoes under plastic. Caribbean Farming 2(2): 6-7
Jenner, G. 1971: Tomatoes under plastic can out-yield those under glass. Nurserym. Gdn Cent, 152: 627
Mikhailov, L. 1971: Tomatoes with a firm nonlodging stem. Priroda, Bulgaria 20(3): 81-83
Woods, M.J. 1966: Tomatoes-research on peat and trough culture. Fm Res. News 7: 10-11
Smith, D.R. 1965: Tomatoes: CO2 gives 64 per cent increase. Second crop tomatoes yield handsomely. Grower 64: 174; 308-9
Jackson, R.F. 1968: Tomatoes: the future in growing rooms. Grower 70: 64-5
Napier, J.P. 1971: Tomorrow's food. The Grocer. London, Oct, 54-65
Stamer, H. 1968: Tomorrow's marketing and settlement structure. Innere Kolonisation, Bonn 17(7): 11-5
Dieterich, H.; Muller, S.; Schlenker, G. 1970: Tomorrow's wilderness forests. Forest nature reserves of the Baden-Wurttemberg forest administration. Urwald von morgen. Bannwaldgebiete der Landesforstverwaltung Baden-Wurttemberg, Verlag Eugen Ulmer,Stuttgart, Germany: 174
Bleichert, A. 1970: Tongued-and-grooved boards as shuttering for concrete surfaces. Holz-Zbl, 96: 135, 1993
Halasa, A. 1969: Tonography in normal and malnourished children. Archives of Ophthalmology 81(3): 328-330
Hahn, J.; Foote, R.H.; Cranch, E.T. 1969: Tonometer for measuring testicular consistency of bulls to predict semen quality. Journal of Animal Science 29(3): 483-489
Medri, M.S.; Angeli, P. 1970: Tonsillitis in dogs as the cause of secondary foci in the limbs. Analysis of clinical cases. Nuova Vet 46: 53-59
Hermanek, P. 1966: Tonsils as the point of origin of mycoses of the inner organs. Mschr. Ohrenheilk. Lar.-Rhinol 100(3): 125-130
Velitok, I.G. 1966: Tonus function of the cow's udder. Vest, sel'.-khoz. Nauki. Mosk 11(8): 78-83
Nath, B. 1964: Too many agencies deal with water. Yojana, New Delhi, New Delhi 8(24): 2-4
Stamp, S.D. 1965: Too many people? (1) The right use of the world's lands. Progress, London 51(3): 16-21
Serry, V. 1964: Too many sizes?. Timb. Tr. J, 248: 4558, 45-8
Grooten, H.H.G.; Logtenberg, H.L.C. 1969: Too much of a good thing!. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk 94: 522-523
Hall, D.W. 1970: Too much waste. Rur. Life, New Barnet 15(4): 16-27; 32
Woodson, G.E.; Koch, P. 1970: Tool forces and chip formation in orthogonal cutting of Loblolly Pine. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Pap. Sth. For. Exp. Sta, SO-52., 25
Neusser, H.; Schall, W. 1970: Tool wear in machining of chipboard and semi-hard fibreboard. Holzforsch. u Holzverwert 22(6): 110-6
Baldwin, H.I. 1966: Tools for hand planting. Tree Plant. Notes. 77, 20-4
Anonymous 1969: Tools for policy. Am. J. agric. Econ, Urbana, Ill. 51(5): 1506-27
Anonymous 1969: Tools of our trade-data sources. Am. J. agric. Econ, Urbana, Ill. 51(5): 1202-17
Anonymous 1969: Tools of our trade: farm management. Am. J. agric. Econ, Urbana, Ill. 51(5): 1528-47
Grijpma, P.; Ramalho, R. 1969: Toona spp., possible alternatives for the problem of Hypsipyla grandella, the shoot borer of Meliaceae in Latin America. Turrialba 19(4): 531-47
Grijpma, P.; Ramalho, R. 1969: Toona spp., possible alternatives to the problem of the shoot borer H. grandella of Meliaceae in Latin America. Turrialba 19(4): 531-547. 2 pp
Wolff, G.; Reinhold, A. 1965: Toopical problems of forest inventories in the tropics and subtropics (2). Arch. Forstw, 14: 10, 1079-1102
Dzangaliev, A.D.; Kacejko, A.N.; Levina, M.P. 1968: Top and Small Fruit Varieties of Kazakstan. Iza."Kajnar", Alma-Ata., 244 + plates. Price: 2 roubles, bibls
Schroder, V.N. 1970: Top and root growth of Pangolagrass, Coastal Bermudagrass and Pensa-cola Bahiagrass as affected by maleic hydrazide. Proc. Soil Crop Sci. Soc, Fla 29: 336-40
Tarrant, R.E. 1964: Top and root moisture content of stored Douglas Fir planting stock. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Pap. Pacif. Nthwest. For. Range Exp. Sta, PNW-13, 8
Phatak, S.C.; Wittwer, S.H.; Teubner, F.G. 1966: Top and root temperature effects on tomato flowering. Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 88: 527-531
Petrova, T.R. 1964: Top crosses and interline hybrids of sweet corn. Proceedings of the 3rd scientific conference of junior scientists in Moldavia. Biological and agricultural sciences, Kisinev., 2, 66-67
Stanacev, S. 1965: Top dressing of sugar beet. I. Influence of the kind of top dressing on root, leaf and sugar yields. Savremen. Poljopr, Novi Sad 13: 285-302
Vlcek, F.; Polach, J. 1964: Top dressing savoys and cabbages with nitrogen. Bull. vyzk. Ust. zelin., Olomouc. 8: 175-83
Anonymous 1967: Top dying of Norway Spruce. Rep. For. Res. For. Comm., Lond. 67. 1967. 96-97
Williams, R.R. 1971: Top fruit: fresh light on pollination. Span 14(1): 37-39
Bernetti, G. 1969: Top height and mean height. Ital. for. mont 24(2): 119-22
Ratzel, K. 1964: Top height as an aid in forest management. Allg. Forst- u. Jagdztg 135(3): 61-6
Haeruman, H. 1965: Top height in the classification of Teak stands. Rimba Indonesia 10(4): 275-82
Fellows, T. 1969: Top production without topping. Fmr Stk Breed 83: 4166, 39; 41-42
Godman, R.M.; Mattison, G.A. 1971: Top pruning may benefit Yellow Birch planting stock. Tree Plant. Notes 22(1): 24-5
Lanquist, K.B. 1966: Top pruning of Ponderosa Pine. Tree Plant. Notes. 79, 3-7
Subbotin, A.J. 1968: Top water and intersoil runoff of snowmelt and rainfall water. Publ. int. Ass. sci. Hydrol./UNESCO Symp. Wageningen S 3: 946-951
Van Bakel, J.M.M.; Kerstens, J.J.A. 1971: Top wilting in asparagus. Neth. J. Plant Path 77: 55-9
Sharma, D.; Bhalla, S.K. 1970: Top-cross performance of lines resistant to leaf-blight (Helminthosporium turcicum Pass.) and the scope of improvement in Maize (Zea mays L.) yields in hilly areas. Indian J. agric. Sci 40(10): 925-928
Ahluwalia, M.; Singh, D. 1970: Top-cross studies for grain yield and its components in populations of pearl millet. Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 30(3): 581-583
Lynch, P.B.; Davies, E.B. 1964: Top-dressing of grassland with phosphates and lime. 3. Residual effects. N.Z. J. agric. Res 7(3): 299-338
Wischnjakoff, J. 1966: Top-dressing of pastures with minerals as a preventive measure against fascioliasis. Monatshefte für Veterinärmedizin 21: 256-259
Baumann, E. 1964: Top-dressing of prepared peat substrates during the cultivation of early cucumbers in greenhouses. Arch. Gartenb. 12: 613-27
Stanacev, S. 1965: Top-dressing of sugar beet. II. The effect of top-dressing method on qualitative characters and susceptibility to Cercospora. Savremen. Poljopr, Novi Sad 13: 521-32
Pavlova, A. 1971: Top-dressing of wheat under rainfed conditions. Zemledelie 1, 49-50
Raave, L. 1969: Top-dressing sown pastures with N fertilizers. Rohumaaviljelsu 5, 101-9
Aliev, N.A. 1967: Top-dressings increase yields. Sadovodstvo 1, 24-5
Winkler, G. 1969: Top-grafting with pre-cut scions. Obstbau, Berlin 9: 124-5
Fridlumd, P.R. 1970: Top-killing of Kwanzan flowering cherry after inoculations with twelve Prunas viruses. Plant Disease Reporter 54: 1073-1074
Fridlund, P.R. 1970: Top-killing of Kwanzen flowering Cherry after inoculations with twelve Primus viruses. Plant Disease Reporter 54(12): 1073-1074
Anonymous 1970: Top-quality cultures made in unique plant. Fd Engng 42(1): 68-71
Engel, G. 1965: Top-working technique and after-treatment. ErwObstb 7: 181-4
Dumartin, P. 1970: Top-working vines in Gironde. Progr. agric. vitic 170: 49-53; 78-87
Galgoci, J. 1971: Topdressing trials with lucerne. Novenytermeles 20(1): 59-65
Gritsenko, A.A. 1964: Topdressing winter wheat during earing. Vestn. s.-kh. Nauki, 12, 23-24
Ben-Sira, I.; Aviel, E.; Lazar, M.; Liebermann, T.W.; Leopold, I.H. 1970: Topical hetrazan in the treatment of ocular onchocerciasis. American Journal of Ophthalmology 70(5): 741-743
Frost, P.; Weinstein, G.D. 1969: Topical administration of Vitamin A acid for ichthyosiform dermatoses and psoriasis. JAMA 207(10): 1863-1868
Graves, J.B.; Mackensen, O. 1965: Topical application and insecticide resistance studies on the honey bee. J Econ Entomol 58(5): 990-993
Marshall, W.; Kwong, L.H. 1964: Topical Application of B Complex Aqueous Solutions for Treatment of Thrush via Serendipity. Journal of the Medical Association of the State of Alabama 34: 97-98
Soliman, A.A. 1964: Topical application of DDT and B.H.C. for determination of their texicity level to Hodotermes ochraceus Burm. in Egypt (Isoptera). Bulletin de la Societe Entomologique d'Egypte 47: 305-308
Wafa, A.K.; Ahmed, M.K.; Shoeb, A.M. 1966: Topical application of several insecticides to the honeybee (Hymenoptera : Apidae). Bull. ent. Soc. Egypt, Econ. Ser, 1, 165-173
Arle, H.F.; Hamilton, K.C. 1971: Topical applications of DSMA and MSMA in irrigated cotton. Weed Science 19(5): 545-547
Anon. 1972: Topical aspects of cultured milks manufacture. Die Molk.-Ztg. 93: 20, 776; 778-780
Saarinen, P. 1969: Topical aspects of the Finnish butter problem. Kansallis-Osake-Pankki Helsinki 2: 47-54
Wilten, W. 1965: Topical bulletins on malting barley growing, storage and marketing. Jaarb. natn. Inst. Brouwg. Mout Bier. 29: 95-102
Berson, E.L.; Kobayashi, G.S.; Becker, B.; Rosenbaum, L. 1967: Topical corticosteroids and fungal keratitis. Investigative Ophthalmology 6(5): 512-517
Lazar, M.; Lieberman, T.W.; Leopold, I.H. 1970: Topical diethylcarbamazine in the treatment of ocular onchocerciasis. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 19(2): 232-233
Lekes, J. 1968: Topical problems in breeding malting barley in the Czechoslovak People's Republic. Genetika a Slechteni 4: 155-64
Murtazov, M. t.; Kartalov, K. p.; Murtazov, M. 1969: Topical problems in greenhouse horticulture. Nauc. Trud. viss selsko-stop. Inst. V. Kolarov : Gradin. (Sci. Trans. V. Kolarov high, agric. Inst. Hort.). Plovdiv 18(2): 9-18
Lekes, J. 1968: Topical problems of Gzechoslovakian barley cultivation. Spring barley for fodder. Rostlinna Vyroba 14: 609-620
Bajan, K. 1964: Topical problems of agricultural circles. Nowe Drogi, Warszawa, 4, 111-124
Anstett, A. 1966: Topical problems of fruit-tree fertilizing. Bull. Docum. Ass. int. Fabr. Superphos 44: 13-20
Siegenthaler, E. 1968: Topical problems of the manufacture of sterile products. Schweiz. Milchztg (Lait. Romana) 94(100): 809-12
Akerberg, E. 1964: Topical questions concerning varieties in modern Swedish crop production. Z. Acker- u. PflBau 121: 29-48
Seroková, D.; Kostrzewski, J. 1968: Topical questions in relation to rabies in Poland. Journal of Hygiene Epidemiology Microbiology and Immunology 12(2): 201-211
Anonymous 1969: Topical questions of agricultural policy in Europe. Agr.-politische Revue, Bern 25(5/6): 133-52
Winner, C. 1964: Topical questions on pest and weed control in sugar beet. Landtechnik, Munch 19(1/2): 20-5
Peachey, R.D.; Connor, B.L. 1971: Topical retinoic acid in the treatment of acne vulgaris. British Journal of Dermatology 85(5): 462-466
Lemaitre, P. 1967: Topical technological problems of dried milk manufacture. Inds aliment. agric 84(4): 513-22
Katz, R.; Hood, R.W. 1966: Topical thiabendazole for creeping eruption. Archives of Dermatology 94(5): 643-645
Ball, H.J. 1969: Topical toxicity of insecticides to Diabrotica virgifera adults. J. econ. Ent 62(5): 1172-1174
Leigh, T.F.; Jackson, C.E. 1968: Topical toxicity of several chlorinated hydrocarbon, organophosphorus, and carbamate insecticides to Lygus hesperus. J Econ Entomol 61(1): 228-230
Krakowka, P.; Szymczyk, E.; Ciszek, J.; Halweg, H. 1967: Topical treatment of aspergillomas with prolonged-action nystatin. (Preliminary com-iiiiinication). Pol. med. Jnl 6(5): 1217-1221
Alteras, I. 1971: Topical treatment of dermatophytic onychomycoses with a new phenylmercuric borate hydrogel. Mykosen 14(1): 45-46
Jayme, G.; Torgersen, H.F. 1967: Topo-chemistry of delignification in sulphite and sulphate pulping of Spruce wood. I. Ultraviolet-microscope studies on partly delignified Spruce wood. Holzforschung, Berlin 21(4): 110-6
Govinda Rajan, S.V.; Datta Biswas, N.R. 1964: Topo-sequence of the soils of Nilgiris and potentialities of their use. Bull. natn. Inst. Sci. India 26: 117-125
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