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Symmes, D. 1963: Contingent illumination change and operant responding by kittens. Psychol Repts 12(2): 531-534
Low, M.D.; Borda, R.P.; Kellaway, P. 1966: Contingent negative variation in Rhesus monkeys: An EEG sign of a specific mental process. Percept Mot Skills 22(2): 443-446
Champion, R.A. 1968: Continguity and reinforcement in classical fear conditioning human tone electric shock light. Australian Journal Of Psychology: 1-9
Cioffi, L.A.; Di Benedetta, C. 1966: Continous flow electrophoresis of brain proteins. Protides Biol Fluids 13: 217-219
Brendler, H.; Leiter, E.; Edelman, S. 1967: Continous intra-arterial perfusion of kidney tumors with cytotoxic agents prior to ne-phrectomy. International Symposium on Renal Neoplasia, 12-15 September, 1965, Brasilia, Brazil 593-603
Leatherman, N.E.; Bean, J.W. 1967: Continuous recording of regional changes in brain blood flow by a probe. Journal of Applied Physiology 23(4): 585-588
Volkerding, B.F.; Anderson, D.B. 1941: Continu- ous records of stomatal behavior in field grown cotton. American Journal of Botany 28(10)
Monteiro, T. 1959: Continuacao do numero anterior.. Broteria 28(1): 3-18
Ghisleni, Pier Luigi 1955: Continual and modulated action in the ultrasonic treatment of Cvnara scolvmus seed. Nuovo Giorn Bot Ital 62(3/4): 549-551
Kiefer, H.; Maushart, R. 1959: Continual direct control of minor Beta-activity in water. Atompraxis 5(10/11): 431-433
Gorlitzer, V.M.ndy, V.; Puffer, H. 1953: Continual excretion of paratyphoid B. Arch Hyg U Bakt 137(7): 517-520
Almazan, O. 1968: Continual fermentation of cattle forage yeast in cuban cane m molasses. Icidca (instituto Cubano De Investigaciones De Los Derivados De La Cana De Azucar) Boletin: 5-20
Flesch, I.; Szolnoki, G.; Wirth, J. 1948: Continual fever of allergic origin after preventive inoculation with diphtheria toxoid. Paediatria Danubiana . 3(6): 291-302
Siener, H. 1966: Continual recording of blood flow in the fetal scalp A new method of the fetal state. Gynaecologia: 461-465
D.Moesz, G. 1926: Continuatio secunda. Magyar Bot Lapok (1/12): 25-39
Grabau, A.W.; King, S.G. 1928: Continuation. China Jour 8(1-2): 30-39, 94-102
Haas, F. 1931: Continuation and to be cont'd. BRONN S KL U ORDN DES TIER REICHS MOLLUSCA 3(Abt III, Lief 3-Abt III, Lief 4): 177-384, 385-544
Kendall, M.C. 1948: Continuation of Dr Joness paper. Biometrika 35(3-4): 291-296
Lapiere, C.H. 1954: Continuation of investigations on changes of sebaceous glands after topical application to the skin of sexual hormones dissolved in a new, neutral, and penetrating excipient. Dermatologica Basel 109(6): 345-354
Gridelli, E. 1930: Continuation of notes on Quedius. Memorie della Societa Entomologica Italiana 8(1): 19-43
Minyaev, N.A.; Shmidt, V.M. 1962: Continuation of research on the flora of the Pskov Oblast. Vest Leningradsk Univ 9: 156-157
Calderon, E.G. 1968: Continuation of studies on the possibilities of the development of salmon cultivation in warm waters. Fao (food and Agriculture Organization Of The United Nations) General Fisheries Council For The Mediterranean Studies and Reviewsppl 1): 3-10
Gillot, C. 1966: Continuation of the communication of m jacques loeper et coll on a case of pagets disease in the comatous form exploration of the cranium base with occlusive phlebography of the internal jugular abstract circulatory anomalies. Semaine Des Hopitaux De Paris 33 34 35: 2024
Guminska, Z.; Graczowna, M. 1967: Continuation of the experimental hydrophonic culture of some garden varieties of genus Chrysanthemum. Wiad Bot 11(2): 145-148
Korringa, P. 1951: Continuation of the fight against shell-disease in the oyster. VISSERIJ NIEUWS 3(12 Suppl): 1-8
Jordan, L.S. 1945: Continuation of the mantoux program in rural Minnesota. Jour Lancet 65(4): 142-143
Aubreville, A. 1965: Continuation of the nomenclatural history of the sapota tree. Adansonia 5(1): 15-20
Bosq, J.M. 1940: Continuation of the preliminary list of Hemiptera especially related to the National Agriculture. Rev Soc Ent Argentina 10(5): 399-417
Grenscikov, I. 1961: Continuation of the studies of the diversity of fruitshape within one plant. Kulturpflanze 9: 45-57
Mccay, C.M. 1930: Continuation studie. 2. Studies upon fish blood and its relation to water pollution. NEW YORK STATE DEPT CONSERV Suppl TO 19TH ANN REPT : p 281-285
Struthers, P.H. 1930: Continuation studies 1 Carp control studies in the Cayuga and Owasco Lake basin. New York State Dept Conserv Suppl To Ann Rept: 61-280, 1929
Hanzlik, P.J.; Talbot, E.P.; Gibson, E.E. 1928: Continued administration of iodide and other salts. Arch Internal Med 42(4): 579-589
Climenko, D.R.; Mcchesney, E.W.; Messer, F. 1941: Continued administration of sulfathiazole on renal and hepatic function in the dog. Proceedings Society Exp Biol and Med 46(1): 124-128
Mulloy, W.; Steege, L.C. 1967: Continued archeological investigations along the North Platte River in Eastern Wyoming. Univ Wyo Publ Xxxiii(3): 169-233
Halle, W.; Wollenberger, A. 1967: Continued automatic functioning of heart cells in a chemically defined nutrient medium in vitro. Naturwissenschaften 54(3): 72
Payne, B.C. 1967: Continued evolution of a system of medical appraisal. J American Medicine Association 201(7): 536-540
Wiborg, K.F. 1967: Continued examinations of krill in fjords on the vestland title. Arsberetning Vedkommende Norges Fiskerier 2: 53
Hansen, J. 1964: Continued experiments regarding the applicability of the acetonitrile extraction method for the demonstration of residues ofl antibacterial antibiotics in animal tissue. Nord Veterinaer Med 16(6): 551-571
Tind, C.ristensen, C.J. 1949: Continued experiments with nitrogen, phosphoric acid, and potassium, without and with application of lime to marsh soil. 1924-1947.1. Tidsskrift For Planteavl 52: 189
Ivanov, N.; Kumanov, S.; Todorov, N. 1968: Continued feeding of sheep with rations of normal substances in which the only nitrogen sources are urea and ammonium salts iii composition of the reserve lipid inst gas liquid chromatography hay. Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 5(2): 15-18
Ewing, H.E. 1943: Continued fertility in female box turtles following mating. Copeia 2: 112-114
Smith, J.; Scott, W.M. 1930: Continued Fever due to a Gärtner-like Salmonella of the Type "Dublin". Journal of Hygiene 30(1): 32-39
Steiner, H.M. 1944: Continued fruit insect studies in southern Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania State Hort Assoc News 21(1): 74-86
Kelley, A.P. 1929: Continued Growth of American Chestnut. Science 70(1822): 538
Ryba, G.E.; Kramer, I.R.H. 1962: Continued growth of human dentine papillae following removal of crowns of partly formed deciduous teeth. Oral Surg Oral Med And Oral Pathol 15(7): 867-875
Anonymous 1960: Continued growth of school population. Statist Bull Metropolitan Life Insurance Co 41(7): 4-6
Toolan, H.W. 1957: Continued growth of various embryo homografts in cortisone-treated adults, and of young embryo skin in nontreated hosts. Transplantation Bulletin 4(3): 107-108
Horvath, J. 1958: Continued heterocaryosis in a Streptomyces species with lost ability to sporulate. Arch Mikrobiol 31(1): 101-105
Murphy, W.J.; Maley, V.H.; Dick, L. 1956: Continued high incidence of diphtheria in a well-immunized community. Public Health Reports 71(5): 481-486
Zaalberg, O.B.; van der Meul, V.A. 1966: Continued immunological tolerance in mice, independent of antigen excess. Transplantation 4(3): 274-292
Auerbach, R. 1964: Continued inductive tissue interaction during differentiation of mouse embryonic rudiments in vitro. Wistar Inst Symp Monogr 1: 3-20
Miescher, G.; Zehender, F.; Schonberg, A.; Almasy, F. 1946: Continued investigation of benzpyrene cancer. Bull Schweiz Akad Med Wiss 2(3): 151-175
Egehoj, J. 1933: Continued investigation of lymph distribution in cattle. Maanedsskr Dyrlaeger 45(14): 369-382
Bing, J. 1940: Continued investigations concerning hyperglobulinaemia II. Ugeskrift For Laeger 2: 819-821
EGGER.M.ėLLER.C.L.NDSGAARD 1925: Continued investigations into the excretion of phenolsulphonephthalein by the kidneys The course of the excretion curve and the total excretion in circulatory and liver diseases. Journal of Internal Medicine 63(1): 268-276
Pedersen, H. 0. 1935: Continued investigations of abortus infection in the udder of cow. Skand Vet Tidskr 25(9): 565-593
Myhrman, G. 1943: Continued investigations on hista-mine in faeces. Acta Med Scand 115(3): 300-309
Scheinfinkel, N. 1946: Continued investigations on the question of the separate types of action of electric current and of chemical potassium stimulus in the transversely striated muscles of cold-blooded animals. IV. Helvetica Physiol Et Pharmacol Acta 4(3): c53-54
Bortels, H. 1951: Continued investigations on the relation between weather and infection of potato with the soft rot organism. Phytopath Zeitschr 18(3): 360-362
Wilken Jensen, K. 1965: Continued investigations on treating nocturnal bedwetting with drugs, oxiphencyclimine chloride and propantheline bromide. ACTA PAEDIAT SCAND (Suppl 159): 120-122
Tend Christensen, C.J. 1949: Continued manuring experiments on marsh soil using nitrogen, phosphate and potassium fertilizers with and without additional calcium in the years 1927-1947. Tidskr Planteavl 52(2): 189-222
Claesson, O. 1962: Continued milking experiments. K Lantbrukshogskolan Statens Husdjursforsok Forhandsmeddelande 152: 9
Daguet, G.L. 1963: Continued observation of endemic influenza through the complement-fixation reaction. Arch Ges Virusforsch 13(1/3): 244-247
Albrektsson, T.; Theman, J. 1966: Continued ornithological inventory-taking In Padjelanta National Park in June 1965. Fauna Flora Transvaal 1: 1-8
Adler, S.; Tchernomoretz, I. 1941: Continued passage of extra-erythrocytic forms of Plasmodium gallinaceum in the absence of erythro-cytic schizogony. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 35(2): 241-246
Zaalberg, O.B.; Van Bekkum, D.W. 1959: Continued proliferation of transplanted rat lymphoid cells in irradiated mice. Transplantation Bulletin 6(1): 91-93
Anonymous 1963: Continued reduction in childhood mortality. Statist Bull 44(6): 4-6
Smith, R.B.Jr; Boericke, M.T.; Boericke, G.W. 1967: Continued research with modern instrumentation for the evaluation of homeopathic drug structure. Journal of the American Institute of Homeopathy 60(9-10): 259-272
H6rring, R. 1943: Continued results of the ring-marks 1931-42 Banding recovery data on 30 spp. of birds. Vidensk Meddel Dansk Naturhist For Kobenhavn 106: 415-426
Jensen, P.V. 1944: Continued results of the ring-marks 1931-43. Vidensk Meddel Dansk Naturhist For Kobenhavn 107: 371-380
Allen, R.C. 1940: Continued rose research at Cornell. American Rose Ann 25: 63-68
Bercks, R. 1950: Continued serological investigations on the X-virus in potato plants. Phytopath Zeitschr 16(4): 491-507
Brueckner, A.L. 1946: Continued studies in rabies control in Maryland. Proceedings Ann Meet U S Livestock Sanitary Assoc 50: 37-38
Nimeck, Maxwell William 1962: Continued studies of Azotobacter bacteriophages. Dissertation Abstracts 23(1): 30-31
Frost, S.W. 1928: Continued studies of baits for oriental fruit moth. Jour Econ Ent 21(2): 339-348
Gollin, F.F.; Ansfield, F.J.; Vermund, H. 1967: Continued studies of combined chemotherapy and irradiation in inoperable bronchogenic carcinoma. Cancer ChemoTherapy Reports 51(3): 189-192
Videbaek, A. 1952: Continued studies of plasma-potassium levels in leukemia. Acta Medica Scandinavica 144(2): 160-164
Adler, H.C.; Albertsen, B.E.; Szabo, L. 1954: Continued studies on Vibrio fetus as cause of sterility in cattle. Beretn Forsogslaboratoriet udg Statens Hudyrbrugsudvalg 275: 1-26
Mcleod, J.A.; Little, G.E. 1942: Continued studies on cercarial dermatitis and the trematode family Schistosomatidae in Manitoba. Canadian Jour Res Sect D Zool Sci 20(6): 170-181
Bahr, G.F. 1955: Continued studies on fixation with osmium tetroxide. Exptl Cell Res 9(2): 277-285
Sievers, J.; Blomqvist, G. 1962: Continued studies on myocardial infarction in Malmo. Our 1935 to 1954 material completed for the years 1955 to 1959. Acta Med Scand 172(2): 187-193
Boas, J.E.V. 1931: Continued studies on the Lyda attack in Kelstrup plantation Situation in 1930. Dansk Skovfor Tidsskr: 110
Devor, A.W.; Barichievich, R.O.; Siddiqui, B. 1966: Continued studies on the formalin method for liver glycogen. Analytical Biochemistry 14(2): 237-242
Knaben, G. 1961: Continued studies on the life cycles of Norwegian Saxifraga spp. Blyttia 19(4): 148-157
Bang, H.O.; Strandgaard, E. 1960: Continued studies on the problems of PAS dosage. Acta Tuberculosea Scandinavica 39: 81-96
Li, M.C.; Whitmore, F.W.; Golbey, R.; Grabstald, H. 1960: Continued study of combined drug therapy of metastatic testicular cancers. Proceedings American Assoc Cancer Res 3(2): 129
Logrippo, G.A.; Hayashl, H. 1964: Continued study on combined beta-prone and ultra-violet treated plasma against serum hepatitis. Federation Proceedings 23(2 Part 1): 508
Blades, Brian; Adkins, P.C.; Gwathmey, O. 1957: Continued surgical treatment of achalasia of the esophagus and hypertrophic pyloric stenosis. Report of a case. Med Ann Dist Columbia 26(4): 180-182, 222
Ignatova, M.S.; Gadzhiev, A.A. 1967: Continued use of prednisolone in children with the nephrotic form of nephritis and glycocorticoid function of the adrenal cortex. Pediatriya 46(7): 25-29
Habel, K.; Axelrod, D. 1965: Continued viral influence in virus-free polyoma tumors. Perspect Virol 4: 126-141
Lehman, A.J. 1938: Continued voluntary drinking of sobisminol General effects. Jour Pharmacol And Exp Therap: 389-403
Garn, S.M.; Rohmann, C.G.; Wagner, B.; Ascoli, W. 1967: Continuing bone growth throughout life: a general phenomenon. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 26(3): 313-317
Gunderson, F.L. 1956: Continuing competition is the great incentive to better foods. Food Technology 10(10): 458-460
Williamson, J.W.; Alexander, M.; Miller, G.E. 1967: Continuing education and patient care research. Physician response to screening test results. JAMA 201(12): 938-942
Shepherd, G.R. 1964: Continuing Education Courses for Physicians. Compiled by the Council on Medical Education for the Period from Sept 1, 1964, to Aug 31, 1965. JAMA 189: 423-506
Law, F.E. 1965: Continuing education for dental public health personnel. American Journal of Public Health and the Nation's Health 55(11): 1800-1806
Stieve, F.Ernst 1963: Continuing education for specialists in the field of roentgenology and radiation therapy. The education program of the Rieder Institute with special regard to radiation protection and isotope courses. Arztl Forsch 17(5): 275-282
Clark, G.M. 1968: Continuing education for the practicing physician and allies rheumatology. Arthritis and Rheumatism 11(2 Part 2: 296-300
Jampol, M.L.; Sager, R.V.; Daily, E.F. 1967: Continuing education in group practice. American Journal Pub Health 57(10): 1749-1753
Hodgkinson, C.P. 1961: Continuing education in gynecology-obstetrics. Obstetrics and Gynecology 18: 243-250
Parlette, G.N.; Leonard, A.R. 1968: Continuing education in public health. The experience of the western states, 1959-1966. American Journal of Public Health and the Nation's Health 58(3): 558-568
Nayar, S. 1968: Continuing education of the general practitioner medicine. J Inst Metals Met Abstr 51(10): 501-502
Wig, K.L.; Bajaj, J.S. 1968: Continuing educational program for general practitioners medicine. J Inst Metals Met Abstr 51(10): 506-508
Hirschowitz, B.I. 1967: Continuing gastric secretion after insulin hypoglycemia despite glucose injection. American Journal of Digestive Diseases 12(1): 19-25
Israel, H. 1968: Continuing growth in the human cranial skeleton. Archives of Oral Biology 13(1): 133-137
Israel, H. 1968: Continuing growth of the pituitary fossa. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 29(1): 136
Chiazze, L.Jr; Mattingly, T.W. 1968: Continuing medical education and training in the washington district of columbia usa metropolitan region. Medical Annals of the District of Columbia 37(10): 517-522
Cameron, D.G. 1965: Continuing Medical Education: some Thoughts on Sponsorship. Canadian Medical Association Journal 92: 765-766
Brody, E.B. 1963: Continuing problems in the relationship between training in psychiatry and in psychoanalysis in the U.S.A. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 136: 58-67
Jordan, H.V.; Keyes, P.H. 1964: Continuing studies on the relationship between filamentous oral bacteria and hamster periodontal disease. J DENT RES 43(5 Pt 2): 902
Beasley, T.M.; Nelson, V.; Seymour, A.H. 1968: Continuing studies radio ecology. Research in Fisheries (Seattle) : 1969
Saenger, E.L.; Kereiakes, J.G. 1965: Continuing use of the whole body counter. The nature of the problems. Radioactivity in man: Whole body counting and effects of internal gamma ray-emitting radioisotopes 450-461
Mccall, M.L. 1954: Continuing vasodilator infusion therapy. Utilization of a blend of 1-hydrazinophthalazine and cryptenamine in toxemia of pregnancy. Obstet And Gynecol 4(4): 403-410
Taeuber, I.B. 1960: Continuities in the declining fertility of the Japanese. Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly 38: 264-283
David Fazzino 2008: Continuity and Change in Tohono Oodham Food Systems Implications for Dietary Interventions. Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment 30(1-2): 38-46
Lieth, H. 1968: Continuity and discontinuity in ecological gradients and plant communities. Botanical Review 34(3): 291-302
Telles, P.R. 1942: Continuity and independence of the wood vessels in Hortensia plants. BOL SOC BROTERIANA 16-2a ser : 145-152
Edwards, J.L.; Koch, A.L. 1960: Continuity and rate of DNA fdeoxypentose nucleic acid synthesis in ascites tumor cells. Federation Proceedings 19(1 Part 1): 394
Raabe, Z. 1963: Continuity and reorganizing processes in morphogenesis of Ciliata. Kosmos 12(1): 13-24
Emmerich, W. 1964: Continuity and Stability in Early Social Development. Child Development 35: 311-332
Renaudin, C. 1952: Continuity as an aid to productivity and quality in the manufacture of food pastes. Molini D Italia 3(11): 488-495
Cote, M.G.; Sandborn, E.B.; Bois, P. 1966: Continuity between the T system and sarcolemma in the skeletal fiber of the rat fdiaphragm. Revue Canadienne de Biologie 25(3): 221-223
Elfner, L.; Caskey, W.E. 1965: Continuity effects with alternately sounded noise and tone signals as a function of manner of presentation. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 38(4): 543-547
Elfner, L.P.; Marsella, A. 1966: Continuity effects with alternately sounded tone and noise signals. Medical Research Engineering 5(3): 22-23
Thurlow, W.R.; Elfner, L.F. 1959: Continuity effects with alternately sounding tones. Journal Acoustical Society America 31(10): 1337-1339
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Pachler, P.F.; Koch, A.L.; Schaechter, M. 1965: Continuity of Dna Synthesis in Escherichia Coli. Journal of molecular biology 11: 650-653
Kugler, J.H.; Parkin, J.B. 1956: Continuity of Purkinje fibres with cardiac muscle. Anatomical Record 126(3): 335-341
Blanchard, B.D. 1936: Continuity of behavior in the Nuttall white-crowned sparrow. Condor 38(4): 145-150
Burns, T.; Catty, J.; White, S.; Clement, S.; Ellis, G.; Jones, I.R.; Lissouba, P.; McLaren, S.; Rose, D.; Wykes, T. 2008: Continuity of care in mental health: understanding and measuring a complex phenomenon. Psychological Medicine 39(2): 313-323
Ogren, R.E. 1961: Continuity of cells from oncosphere to early cysticercoid in the development of Hymenolepis diminuta. JOUR PARASITOL 47(4 Sect 2): 55-56
McALEAR, J.H.; Edwards, G.A. 1959: Continuity of plasma membrane and nuclear membrane. Experimental Cell Research 16(3): 689-692
Gross, P.R.; Fry, B.J. 1966: Continuity of protein synthesis through cleavage metaphase. Science 153(3737): 749-751
Roth, N.G.; Wheaton, R.B. 1962: Continuity of psychrophilic and meso-philic growth characteristics in the genus Arthrobacter. Jour Bac Teriol 83(3): 551-555
Talukdar, J.N. 1962: Continuity of silk filament in eri cocoon. Science and Culture 28(10): 480-481
Chien-Yuan Tseng; Huai-Jen Yang; Houng-Y.Y.ng; Dunyi Liu; Cailai Wu; Chiu-Kuang Cheng; Cheng-Hong Chen; Choon-Muar Ker 2009: Continuity of the North Qilian and North Qinling orogenic belts, central orogenic system of China Evidence from newly discovered Paleozoic adakitic rocks. Gondwana Research 16(2): 285-293
Knepp, T.H. 1953: Continuity of the biology program through the elementary school, high school, and college. Senior high school. Turtox News 31(2): 42-45
Scatizzi, I. 1930: Continuity of the relationship between the reticular tissue of the spleen and the pancreas of T. natrix. Monitore Zool Ital 41(4): 100-102
Guinochet, M. 1968: Continuity or discontinuity in phytosociology. Botanical Review 34(3): 273-290
Ishigaki, N.; Yamamoto, N.; Jin, H.; Uchida, K.; Terai, S.; Sakaida, I. 2009: Continuos intravenous infusion of atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP) prevented liver fibrosis in rat. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 378(3): 354-359
Tolbert, B.M.; Kirk, M.; Baker, E.M. 1956: Continuous C14O2 and CO2 excretion studies in experimental animals. American Journal of Physiology 185(2): 269-274
N.Ul'yanin, Yu 1967: Continuous Chlorella culture with direct recovery of the medium. Kosm Biol Med 1(4): 28-32
J√°come-Pilco, C.Rodrigo.; Cristiani-Urbina, E.; Flores-Cotera, L.Bernardo.; Velasco-Garc√≠a, R.; Ponce-Noyola, T.; Ca√Īizares-Villanueva, R.Olivia. 2009: Continuous Cr(VI) removal by Scenedesmus incrassatulus in an airlift photobioreactor. Bioresource Technology 100(8): 2388-2391
Shane, W.P.; Slinde, K.E. 1968: Continuous ECG recording during free-fall parachuting. Aerospace Medicine 39(6): 597-603
Cavaleiro, A.J.; Salvador, A.F.; Alves, J.I.; Alves, M. 2009: Continuous high rate anaerobic treatment of oleic acid based wastewater is possible after a step feeding start-up. Environmental Science and Technology 43(8): 2931-2936
Reig, E.; Abejón, D. 2009: Continuous morphine infusion: a retrospective study of efficacy, safety, and demographic variables. Neuromodulation: Journal of the International Neuromodulation Society 12(2): 122-129
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Lancaster, F.M.; Levin, J. 1956: Continuous nisentil and suxamethonium in anaesthesia. British Medical Journal 1(4963): 381-383
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Chen, W.; Wang, C.; Ying, W.; Wang, W.; Wu, Y.; Zhang, J. 2009: Continuous Production of Biodiesel via Supercritical Methanol Transesterification in a Tubular Reactor Part 1 Thermophysical and Transitive Properties of Supercritical Methanol. Energy and Fuels 23(1): 526-532
Soltero, F.V.; Johnson, M.J. 1954: Continuous addition of glucose for evaluation of penicillin-producing cultures. Applied Microbiology 2(1): 41-44
Chapman, R.L. 1963: Continuous Air Pollution Monitors. Biomedical Sciences Instrumentation 1: 59-61
Gilson, J.S.; Holter, N.J.; Glasscock, W.R. 1961: Continuous ambulant electrocardiograms and their analysis-Clinical observations using the electrocardiocorder and Avsep analyzer. Circulation 24(4 Part 2): 940
Karl Dus; Sidney Lindroth; Ronald Pabst; Rosalind, M.S.ith 1966: Continuous amino acid analysis Elution programming and automatic column selection by means of a rotating valve. Analytical Biochemistry 14(1): 41-52
Faurès, M.; Fukuhara, H. 1966: Continuous anaerobic culture of yeast and induction of respiratory enzymes. Archives Internationales de Physiologie et de Biochimie 74(2): 308-310
Rosebury, T.; Reynolds, J.B. 1964: Continuous Anaerobiosis for Cultivation of Spirochetes. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 117: 813-815
Metz, B.; Lambert, G.; Schieber, J.P. 1961: Continuous analog, and digital, registration of short time intervals Abstract. Jour Physiology Paris 53(2): 426-427
Knappen, F. 1966: Continuous analyses of rumen fluid in vivo. I. Methods of long term continuous sampling of rumen fluid. Z Tierphysiol Tierernahr Futtermittelk 21(5): 318-326
Rahn, H.; Otis, A.B. 1949: Continuous analysis of alveolar gas composition during work, hyperpnea, hypercapnia and anoxia. Journal of Applied Physiology 1(10): 717-724
Thibout, E. 1967: Continuous analysis of the activity of female coturnix coturnix japonica subjected to artificial photoperiod. Comptes Rendus des Seances de la Societe de Biologie et de ses Filiales 161(8-9): 1782-1786
Davies, C.T.M.; Kitchin, A.; Neilson, J.M.M. 1968: Continuous analysis of the inst electro cardiogram wave form during exercise abstract heart disease diagnosis human. Journal of Physiology (Cambridge) 198(2): 61P-62P
Dan, B.; Irvin, G.C.; Pasquali, M. 2009: Continuous and scalable fabrication of transparent conducting carbon nanotube films. Acs Nano 3(4): 835-843
Maier, H.J.; Claudy, H.N. 1960: Continuous and automatic analysis of process streams by gas chromatography. Annals of the new York Academy of Sciences 87: 864-874
Baettig, K.; Rhiner, A. 1966: Continuous and automatic registration of spontaneous locomotion of rats in a complex labyrinth. Helvetica Physiologica et Pharmacologica Acta 24(3): C65-C66
Belot, M.E. 1926: Continuous and discontinuous comparative evolution in the cosmic and organic realms. Ann Society Science Bruxelles 45(2): 196-203
Lipschutz, A.; Rodriguez, F.; Vargas, L. 1941: Continuous and discontinuous treatment with estrogens in experimental tumorigenesis. Endocrinology 28(4): 664-668
Tierney, C. 1927: Continuous and discontinuous variations in nature. Proceedings Croydon Nat Hist and Science Society 10: 12-27, 1925-
Bateman, J.B. 1959: Continuous and disperse films of bovine plasma albumin on stearate. Proceedings Natl Biophys Conf 1: 298-313
Karrer, K.; Humphreys, S.R. 1967: Continuous and limited courses of cyclo-phosphamide in mice with pulmonary metastasis after surgery. Cancer Chemother Rep 51(1/7): 439-449
Duncan, C.J.; Sheppard, P.M. 1963: Continuous and Quantal Theories of Sensory Discrimination. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B Biological Sciences 158: 343-363
Riggs, L.A. 1941: Continuous and reproducible records of the electrical activity of the human retina. Proceedings Society Exp Biol and Med 48(1): 204-207
Fisher, C.E.; Marion, P.T. 1951: Continuous and rotation grazing on buffalo and tobosa grassland. Jour Range Management 4(1): 48-51
Rodbard, S.; Graham, G.R.; Williams, F. 1953: Continuous and simultaneous measurement of total coronary flow, venous return and cardiac output in the dog. Journal of Applied Physiology 6(5): 311-314
Grimes, R.C.; Clarke, R.T. 1962: Continuous arable cropping with the use of manure and fertilizers. E African Agric And Forest Jour 28(2): 74-80
Janse, A.J.T. 1928: Continuous archigony and its bearing on evolution and classification. So African Jour Nat Hist 6(3): 204-215
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Fromer, J.L.; Sullivan, R.D. 1967: Continuous arterial infusion chemotherapy for lymphoma and other cutaneous malignant tumors. Archives of Dermatology 95(1): 111-120
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Quivy, R. 1958: Continuous measurement of radio-activity of atmospheric aerosols. Proceedings Second Internatl Conf Peaceful Uses Atomic Energy 23: 395-400
Stumpf, W.; Graul, E.H. 1963: Continuous measurement of radioactive liquids with an automatic suction device for measuring gamma radiation in gel filtration eluates. Atompraxis 1(9): 21-23
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Morren, J.E.; Sourelis, S.G.; Kaiser, H.R. 1962: Continuous one-step refining-water washing of crude coconut oil. Journal American Oil Chem Society 39(6): 278-279
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