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Osborn, T.G.B. 1928: The factors influencing the regeneration of vegetation in the arid parts of Australia, with special reference to the pastoral industry.. Australasian Assoc Adv Sci Perth 18: 823-824
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Dolley, W.L. 1932: The factors involved in stimulation by intermittent light. Jour Exp Zool 62(2): 319-326
Taquini, A.C.; Gonzalez Fernandez, J.M. 1951: The factors involved in the maintenance of the oxygen tension of the tissues in patients with chronic cor pulmonale. Acta Physiologica Latino Americana 1(3): 217-224
Chauchard, P. 1935: The factors involved in variation of the reducing power of sea water. Ann Inst Oceanogr : 329-410
Horton, Howard Franklin 1964: The factors leading to post-liberation mortalities of trout. Dissertation Abstracts 24(8): 3042-3043
Morgan, T.H. 1937: The factors locating the first cleavage plane in the egg of Chaetopteru. CYTOLOGIA FUJII JUB Vol 711-732
Stanley, H.R. 1961: The factors of age and tooth size in human pulpal reactions. Oral Surg Oral Med And Oral Pathol 14(4): 498-502
Labram, C.; Gregoire, J.; Lestradet, H. 1967: The factors of changes of the conjunctival vessels in infantile diabetes mellitus. Annales de Pediatrie 43(21): 431-438
Miskolezy Fodor, Franz 1948: The factors of deafness in otosclerosis. Monatschr Hals Nasen Ohrenheilk 82(1): 27-34
Kuznetsov Ugamskii, N.N. 1929: The factors of eutrophy of the mountain lakes of central Asia Russ. Hydrobiol. Zeitschr. Data Missing 8(6/7): 166-171
Kepner, Charles Higgins 1958: The factors of illness and environment in the readjustment of schizophrenics. Dissertation Abstracts 18(4): 1517-1518
Satta, G. 1959: The factors of prothrombinic complex in acute poisonings following inhalation. Med Lavoro 50(1): 13-24
Ercegovic, A. 1959: The factors of selection and isolation in the origin of certain species of Adriatic algae. Internatl Rev Ges Hydrobiol 44(4): 473-483
Yamauchi, H. 1967: The factors of selectivity influencing the recall of completed and incom-pleted tasks: Ego-threat inducing and achievement of. Jap J Psychol 38(1): 45-47
Calloway, N.O. 1966: The factors of senescence. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 14(8): 826-833
Lutembacher, R. 1965: The factors of severity in mitral stenosis. Presse Med 73(16): 885-887
Devaux, E. 1928: The factors of the adult state and the problem of the rates of growth. Rev Gen Sci Pures Et Appl 39(6): 170-174
Lwoff, A.; Lwoff, M. 1960: The factors of viral development and their role in the evolution of infection. Ann Inst Pasteur paris 98(2): 173-203
Sei Ichi, A.; Tsutomu Hashimoto, M.K.; Mizuno, S. 1964: The factors of yield decrease of paddy rice and the yielding capacity in the late seasonal culture in Hokuriku district. Bull Hokuriku Nat Agr Exp Sta 7: 29-60
Herlant Meewis, Henriette 1965: The factors which determine the asexual reproduction of invertebrates. An International Symposium on regeneration in animals and related problems, Athens, Greece, April, 1964 3-19
Garcia Ramos, J. 1962: The factors which determine the lung's distensibility. Acta Physiologica Latino Americana 12: 129-138
Polivanova, E.N. 1957: The factors which determine the number of the cereal grain bugs in the southern grain regions of the European part of the union. Doklady Acad Nauk Sssr Biol Science Sect Transl 112(1/6): 43-46
Garcia Ramos, J. 1961: The factors which determine the resistance of the lung to distention Abstract. Prensa Med Mex 12: 444
Rubina, M.A. 1953: The factors which determine the species composition and abundance of rodents in haycocks, ricks and stacks in the southern part of Moscow province. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal: 495-505
Ramsay, G.C. 1930: The factors which determine the varying degrees of malarial incidence in Assam tea estates and the fundamental principles governing mosquito control of malaria in Assam. Trans Roy Soc Trop Med And Hyg 23(5): 511-518
Roulier, P. 1948: The factors which favor biological hemolysis contained in human serum inactivated by heating to 56 C. Comptes Rendus des Seances de la Societe de Biologie et de ses Filiales 142(3-4): 128-131
Chauyin, R. 1956: The factors which govern oviposition in honey bee queens. Insectes Sociaux 3(4): 499-504
Campbell, H. 1933: The factors which have determined man's evolution from a primitive primate. British Assoc Advancem Science Rept Ann Meet leicester : 522-523
Schuhmachers, L. 1963: The factory doctor faces a difficult problem: How to fight mycoses. Berufs Dermatosen 11(1): 36-43
Savelli, R. 1928: The facts of intersexuality and their endocrine explanation in certain plants Abstract. Atti Soc Nat E Mat Modena 7: 21-22
Anonymous 1963: The facts of life and death. Selected statistics on the nation's health and people. Publ Hlth Serv Publ 600: 1-32
Vorzheva, L.V. 1956: The facts of the areal disruption of some insects injurious to fruit trees and their explanation. Uch Zap Kuibyshevsk Gos Ped Inst 16: 143-153
Northcote, K.H. 1963: The factual classification of soils and its use in soil research. Transactions International Society Soil Science, Commissions IV and V 1962 291-297
Bentley, A.F. 1941: The factual space and time of behavior. Jour Philosophy 38(18): 477-485
Montemartini, L. 1927: The facultative parasitism of some saprophytic fungi. Rev Patol Veg 17: 115-117
Porter, R.; McCleskey, C.S.; Levine, M. 1937: The Facultative Sporulating Bacteria Producing Gas from Lactose. Journal of Bacteriology 33(2): 163-183
Stomps, T.J. 1928: The faculty for mutation of O. L. mut. v.. REC TRAV BOT NIERL 25a(DeVries-volume): 395-408
Anonymous 1943: The faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Sao Paulo. Bol Soc Brasileira Med Vet 12: 143-146
Chararas, C. 1968: The faculty of adaptation of blastophagus piniperda coleoptera scolytidae to various pines g and the preference of the insect with respect to their species. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Seances de l'Academie des Sciences Serie D Sciences Naturelles 266(3): 238-241
Kibre, P. 1953: The Faculty of Medicine at Paris, charlatanism, and unlicensed medical practices in the later Middle Ages. Bulletin of the History of Medicine 27(1): 1-20
Stevens, N.E. 1932: The Fad as a Factor in Botanical Publication. Science 75(1950): 499-504
Mcdonald, H.J.; Banaszak, L.J. 1961: The fading of Sudan Black B bound to human serum lipoproteins. Clin Chim Acta 6(1): 25-30
Mcdonald, H.J.; Banaszak, L.J. 1960: The fading of sudan black B bound to lipoproteins. Federation Proceedings 19(1 Part 1): 231
Mccluskey, K.Lucille 1931: The fading of tropeolin 00 in the titration of organic acids in urine. Journal of Biological Chemistry 90(1): 197-201
Williams Smith, H.; Crabb, W.E. 1961: The faecal bacterial flora of animals and man; its development in the young. Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology 82(1): 53-66
Geldreich, E.E.; Huff, C.B.; Bordner, R.H.; Kabler, P.W.; Clark, H.F. 1962: The faecal coli-aerogenes flora of soils from various geographical areas. Journal of Applied Bacteriology 25(1): 87-93
Thomson, R.O. 1951: The faecal volatile acids of normal and of cholesterol-fed rats. Biochemical Journal 48(1): x
Soloff, L.A. 1960: The failing rheumatic heart: mechanisms and present day therapy. American Journal of the Medical Sciences 240: 35-50
Neuman, W.F.; Allen, R.P. 1949: The failure of 2,3 dithiopropanol to affect acute, systemic uranium poisoning. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 96(1): 95-98
Gordon, R.S. 1962: The failure of Asiatic cholera to give rise to exudative enteropathy. SEATO BANGKOK THAILAND : p 54-57
Hall, I.C. 1941: The failure of Bacillus botulinus to grow and produce toxin in Cervelat summer-sausages. Jour Colorado Wyoming Acad Sci 3(1): 14-15
Skinner, C.E.; Brown, J.W. 1934: The failure of Bacterium coli from human feces to grow at 46 in the Eijkman or the Bulir tests. Jour Bact 27(2): 191-200
Raust, G.T.; Myers, H.M. 1963: The Failure of a Human Salivary Mucin Preparation to Alter Gamma Globulin Mobility. Archives of Oral Biology 8: 587-588
Altenburg, E.; Bergendahl, J.; Altenburg, L.S. 1952: The failure of a nineteen-fold difference in intensity of ultraviolet to influence the mutation rate in Drosophila. Genetics 37(5): 563
Ecker, E.E.; Wolpaw, B.J. 1926: The failure of a paratyphoid vaccine to confer specific resistance to paratyphoid intoxication. Jour Preventive Med 1(2): 145-147
Cooley, S.L.; Wood, J.L. 1950: The failure of acetyldehydrotryptophan to support growth of the rat. Journal of Biological Chemistry 185(1): 287-292
Cannon, P.R.; Hartley, G. 1938: The failure of allergic inflammation to protect rabbits against infection with virulent pneumococci. American Journal of Pathology 14(1): 87-100.3
Kirchheimer, W.F.; Douglas, H.C. 1950: The failure of ammonium ions to inhibit the growth of oral lactobacilli. Journal of Dental Research 29(3): 320-324
Reed, C.E. 1958: The failure of antepartum or neonatal exposure to grass pollen to influence the later development of grass sensitivity. Journal of Allergy 29(4): 300-301
Sevitt, S. 1949: The failure of anti-histamine drugs to influence the local vascular changes in experimental burns. Brit Jour Exptl Path 30(6): 540-547
Hamburger, M.; Lemon, H.M. 1953: The failure of antistreptolysin to protect against streptococcal infection. Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 42(1): 140-144
Walker, S.H. 1953: The failure of antibiotic therapy in infectious mononucleosis. American Journal of the Medical Sciences 226(1): 65-72
Green, S.H.; Johnson, T.H.; Shelesnyak, M.C. 1960: The failure of antithistamines to suppress nuclear polyploidy in regenerating mouse liver. Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology 80: 181-185
Bullen, J.J.; Cushnie, G.H. 1963: The Failure of Antitoxin to Protect Guinea-Pigs against Intraperitoneal Infection with Clostridium Welchii type a. Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology 86: 345-360
Kersten, H.; Kersten, W. 1966: The failure of bacteria to control nucleic acid metabolism in the presence of sublethal doses of antibiotics. Proceedings of the Congress on Antibiotics: Advances in research, production and clinical use, 15-19 June, 1964, Prague, Czech 645-650
Horgan, E.S. 1935: The Failure of Brilliant Green and Telluric Acid as Selective Agents for the Isolation of Bacillus typhosus from Faeces. Journal of Hygiene 35(1): 38-45
Boyd, E.M.; Hicks, R.N. 1954: The failure of bromazine hydrochloride to affect the output and composition of respiratory tract fluid. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology 6(1): 43-49
Ward, J.B.; Schaible, P.J. 1963: The failure of certain dietary ingredients to affect the incidence of bloodspots in chicken eggs. Poultry Sci 42(3): 663-669
Segaloff, A. 1944: The failure of certain steroid hormones to prevent enlargement of the thyroid in rats fed thiourea. Endocrinology 35(2): 134-136
Abramson, S. 1952: The failure of chick embryo extract to accelerate the growth of tubercle bacilli. American Review of Tuberculosis 65(6): 783-785
Shelley, W.B.; Arthur, R.P. 1958: The failure of chloroquine to stimulate the human adrenal cortex. Journal of Investigative Dermatology 31(2): 109-114
Mangold, E.; Shim Izu, K.I.hi 1926: The failure of compensation for continued periodic stimulation with injury to the heart. Pfluger S Arch Ges Physiol 214(3): 349-369
Clark, G. 1949: The failure of estrogen to induce changes in the sex skin of the male chimpanzee. Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 21(3): 245-247
Diehl, H.; Voigt, A. 1958: The failure of exchange between vitamin B12r and radioactive cobalt chloride. Iowa State Coll Jour Sci 32(4): 471-473
Finckh, E.S. 1960: The failure of experimental renal tubulonecrosis to produce oliguria in the rat. Australasian Annals of Medicine 9: 283-288
Sample, D.W.; Gauld, J.R.; Warram, J.H.; Winter, P.E.; Runcik, K.; Gauld, R.L. 1966: The failure of gamma globulin as a prophylactic agent in meningococcal disease. American Journal of Epidemiology 84(1): 156-162
Friedman, S.M.; Nakashima, M.; Friedman, C.L. 1954: The failure of growth hormone to modify hormonal hypertension in the rat. Canadian Journal of Biochemistry and Physiology 32(3): 200-205
Peterson, C.R.; Herr, R.; Crisera, R.V.; Starr, A.; Bristow, J.D.; Griswold, H.E. 1967: The failure of hemodynamic improvement after valve replacement surgery. Etiology, diagnosis, and treatment. Annals of Internal Medicine 66(1): 1-24
Alexander, H.L.; Bottom, D. 1940: The failure of histaminase to protect guinea-pigs against histamine and anaphylactic shock. Jour Immunol 39(6): 457-460
Levin, P.M. 1927: The failure of histamine to induce oestrous changes in spayed rats. American Journal of Physiology 82(1): 19-21
Weisman, S.J.; Allen, E.V. 1950: The failure of histidine and vitamin C, and of ether, to improve the peripheral circulation; report of studies on subjects with normal arterial circulation and with occlusive arterial diseases. Circulation 1(1): 127-131
Fastier, L.B. 1951: The failure of hyaluronidase to influence growth of PR8 virus in chick embryos. Journal of Immunology 66(1): 1-8
Uricchio, J.F.; Calenda, D.G. 1953: The failure of hypertonic saline in the treatment of hyponatremia and edema in congestive heart failure. Annals of Internal Medicine 39(6): 1288-1294
Burden, C.E. 1956: The failure of hypophysectomized Fundulus heteroclitus to sur-vive in fresh water. Biol Bull 110(1): 8-28
Johnston, D.G.; Marples, G.A. 1956: The failure of increased intravascular pressure to induce arterial and arteriolar necrosis. Angiology 7(3): 279-286
Guroff, G.; Udenfriend, S. 1961: The failure of insulin to effect the transport of tyrosine in the isolated rat diaphragm. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 46: 386-387
Oliver Schöller-Schwedes 2010: The failure of integrated transport policy in Germany a historical perspective. Journal of Transport Geography 18(1): 0-96
Fishman, R.A. 1953: The failure of intracranial pressure-volume change to influence renal function. Journal of Clinical Investigation 32(9): 847-850
Beck, S. 1940: The failure of intraperitoneal injection of 3,4-benzypyrene solution to increase the general susceptibility to cancer. Brit Jour Exp Path 21(3): 133-135
Harper, A.M.; Bell, R.A. 1963: The failure of intravenous urea to alter the blood flow through the cerebral cortex. Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery and Psychiatry 26: 69-70
Close, A.S. 1968: The failure of low molecular weight dextran renal acting and mannitol renal acting to preserve renal function after bilateral occlusion of the renal arteries dog. Surgery (st Louis): 766-774
Roberts, K.B. 1955: The failure of macrophages to produce antibodies. British Journal of Experimental Pathology 36(2): 199-204
James, B.G.; Thomas, C.H. 1966: The failure of malate to affect radical concentration at room temperature in systems containing succinic dehydrogenase. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 22(4): 364-369
Francis, T.; Penttinen, K. 1949: The failure of merodicein to modify influenza virus infections. Journal of Immunology 63(3): 337-339
Lockett, M.F.; De Lima, T. 1961: The failure of neurohypophyseal hormones to prevent excessive loss of sodium from isolated cats' kidneys perfused with blood drawn from headless donors. Archives Internationales de Physiologie et de Biochimie 69: 327-338
Bourne, A. 1934: The failure of oestrin as a means of inducing labour. Proceedings Roy Society Med 27(7): 864
Kinard, F.W.; McCORD, W.M.; Aull, J.C. 1951: The failure of oxygen, oxygen-carbon dioxide, or pyruvate to alter alcohol metabolism. Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol 12(2): 179-183
Harris, N.D.; Richards, J.P. 1958: The failure of phenol treated Escherichia coli to grow on membrane filters. Journal of Applied Bacteriology 21(1): 86-93
Alexander, P. 1967: The failure of physiological defence reactions directed against malignant cells as the rate determining step in the occurrence of cancer. A Sigrid Juselius Foundation Symposium on control of cellular growth in adult organisms, 4-6 October, 1965 330-345
Giaja, J.; Chahovitch, X. 1926: The failure of pilocarpin to influence the metabolic rate in adrenalectomized animals. Compt Rend Acad Science paris 182(21): 1292-1293
Missal, M.E.; Johnston, M.W.odwell 1929: The failure of pituitary substances to influence the basal metabolism or the specific dynamic response to food in a normal subject. Jour Lab and Clin Med 14(4): 314-321
Jee, W.S.; Arnold, J.S. 1962: The failure of plutonium to deposit in the osteoid of rachitic rats. Health Physics 8: 709-711
Craig, J.M.; Shintani, S. 1964: The Failure of Pregnancy to Lower the Blood Pressure in Rats with Experimental Hypertension. Laboratory Investigation; A Journal of Technical Methods and Pathology 13: 378-380
Lewis, M.R. 1944: The Failure of Purified Penicillin to Retard the Growth of Grafts of Sarcoma in Mice. Science 100(2597): 314-315
Hulpieu, H.R.; Cole, V.V.; Smolenski, U. 1948: The failure of pyruvate and arsenite to alter alcohol metabolism. Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol 8(4): 553-568
Morley, T.P. 1968: The failure of radiation therapy to improve the survival period in intra cranial gliomas. Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery and Psychiatry 31(6): 649-650
Rawson, D.S. 1948: The failure of rainbow trout and initial success with the introduction of lake trout in Clear Lake, Riding Mountain Park, Manitoba. Transactions American Fish Society 75: 323-335
Cheng, K.K.; Ling, Y.L.; Wang, J.C. 1968: The failure of respiration in death by tetrodotoxin posioning. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Physiology and Cognate Medical Sciences 53(2): 119-128
Gardner, F.E. 1968: The failure of rough lemon d and sour orange d inter stocks to influence tree growth yields and fruit quality of sweet orange d varieties. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 81: 90-94
Lerner, I.Michael 1943: The failure of selection to modify shank-growth ratios of the domestic fowl. Genetics 28(1): 80-81
Holden, M. 1940: The failure of shocking agents to influence the mode of spread of various viruses in the central nervous system. Jour Infect Dis 67(2): 88-90
Kiese, M.; Rauscher, E. 1965: The failure of some aromatic amines to produce hemiglobin in vivo in spite of microsomal N-hydroxylation. Naunyn-Schmiedebergs Archiv für Experimentelle Pathologie und Pharmakologie 251(2): 201-211
MacLowry, J.D.; Holland, J.M.; Kiser, W.S. 1966: The failure of splenorenal venous shunt to influence experimental canine hypertension and the effect on juxtaglomerular granulation indices. Investigative Urology 4(1): 79-87
Mittler, S. 1964: The Failure of Sulphhydryl Compounds, Aet, Mea, and Glutathione to Protect against X-Ray induced Chromosome Aberrations in Male Drosophila. International Journal of Radiation Biology and Related Studies in Physics Chemistry and Medicine 8: 405-413
Butcher, H.R. 1967: The failure of surgeons as scientists. American Journal of Surgery 113(6): 725-726
Lee, M.O.; Bacq, Z.M. 1933: The failure of sympathetic extirpation in the rat to affect the basal metabolism or the calorigenic action of adrenaline. American Journal of Physiology 103(3): 637-642
Last, J.A.; Izaki, K.; Snell, J.F. 1965: The failure of tetracycline to bind to Escherichia coli ribosomes. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 103(3): 532-534
Mckiel, J.A.; West, A.S.; Reed, G.B. 1954: The failure of the antihistamine cream pyribenzamine to alleviate reactions from bites of the mosquito Aedes aegypti. Mosquito News 14(4): 196-199
Huber, C.P. 1945: The failure of the conservative treatment of eclampsia. American Journal of Obstet and Gynecol 49(1): 81-84
Longson, D.; Mills, J.N. 1953: The failure of the kidney to respond to respiratory acidosis. Journal of Physiology 122(1): 81-92
Kincl, F.A.; Benagiano, G. 1967: The failure of the pineal gland removal in neonatal animals to influence reproduction. Acta Endocrinologica 54(1): 189-192
Gaines, T.B. 1951: The failure of the roenticide warfarin to injure oriental rat fleas when the poison is fed to the host rat. Journal of Parasitology 37(5 1): 489-490
Hadley, H.G. 1964: The failure of the viro-genetic theory. Caribbean Med J 26(1/4): 63-65
Shuster, R.C.; Breitman, T.R.; Weissbach, A. 1967: The failure of three temperate coliphages to direct the synthesis of anew type deoxyribonuclease. Journal of Biological Chemistry 242(16): 3723-3725
Davies, A.J.S.; Leuchars, E.; Wallis, V.; Marchant, R.; Elliott, E.V. 1967: The failure of thymus -derived cells to produce antibody. Transplanta Tion 5(2): 222-231
Boggs, D.R.; Haab, O.P.; Athens, J.W. 1963: The failure of transfused isologous granulocytes to move normally from the blood into inflammatory exudates. Jour Clin Invest 42(6): 918
Wiggers, C.J. 1945: The failure of transfusions in irreversible hemorrhagic shock. American Journal of Physiol: 91-101
Lissak, K.; Dempsey, E.W.; Rosen Blxjeth, A. 1939: The failure of transmission of motor nerve impulses in the course of Wallerian degeneration. American Journal of Physiology 128(1): 45-56
Kunde, M.M.; Proud, T. 1928: The failure of vaginal smears as an index of oestrus in rabbits. American Journal of Physiology 85(2): 386
Rao, K.S.; Ramanathan, M.K.; Taskar, A.D.; Phansalkar, S.V. 1955: The failure of vitamin B12 to promote growth in undernourished Indian children. Indian Journal of Medical Research 43(2): 277-283
Reforzo-Membrives, J.; Repetto, O.M. 1951: The failure of water diuresis in Addison's disease. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 11(12): 1454-1468
Woodhall, B. 1945: The failure of whole fresh homogenous nerve grafts in man. Jour Neurosurg 2(2): 79-101
Evans, D.G.; Maitland, H.B. 1939: The failure of whooping cough sera to neutralise pertussis toxin. Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology 48(2): 465-467
Evans, D.G. 1947: The failure of whooping-cough and adult sera to neutralise pertussis toxin. Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology 59(1-2): 341
Black-Schaffer, B.; Garcia-Caceres, U. 1957: The failure to produce a local renal Shwartzman phenomenon. A.M.A. Archives of Pathology 64(5): 530-539
Holoubek, V.; Hnilica, L. 1961: The failure to produce somatic and immunological changes in inbred AKR mice by specific deoxyribonucleic acid. Canadian Journal of Biochemistry and Physiology 39: 1478-1479
Beaudette, F.R.; Bivins, J.A.; Miller, B.R. 1949: The failure to recover Newcastle virus by egg inoculation of dilutions of organ suspensions. American Journal of Veterinary Research 10: 368-369
Andersen, E.K.; Bentzon, M.W. 1958: The failure to show correlation between type-specificity and protection in experimental pertussis in mice. Acta Pathologica et Microbiologica Scandinavica 43(1): 106-112
Young, J.Z. 1960: The failures of discrimination learning following the removal of the vertical lobes in Octopus. Proceedings Roy Society Ser B Biol Science 153(950): 18-46
Bell, H.L. 1968: The fairy martin a new bird for new guinea petrochelidon ariel petrochelidon nigricans hirundo neoxena hirundo tahitica hirundo rustica. Emu 68(1): 5
Meiklejohn, A.P. 1929: The fairy shrimp. Trans. Hertfordshire Nat Hist Soc and Field Club 18(4): 214-216
Van Cleave, H.J. 1928: The fairy shrimps of Illinois. Trans Illinois State Acad Sci 20: 130-132
Dorward, D.F. 1963: The fairy tern Gygis alba on Ascension Island. IBIS 103b(3): 365-378
Beale, R.F.; Pashly, L.B. 1958: The fairymead cane cleaner. Proceedings Queensland Society Sugar Cane Technol 25: 93-101
Peters, R.A.; Hopkins, F.G. 1959: The faith of a master in biochemistry; the first Hopkins Memorial Lecture. Biochemical Journal 71(1): 1-9
Sundberg, N.D.; Bachelis, W.D. 1956: The fakability of two measures of prejudice: the California F scale and Gough's Pr scale. Journal of Abnormal Psychology 52(1): 140-142
Miller, L. 1927: The falcons of the McKit-trick Pleistocene. Condor 29(3): 150-152
Leiderman, L.; Sauer, H.F.G. 1953: The fall army worm. Biologico sao Paulo 19(6): 105-113
Lovell, H.B. 1940: The fall boneset as a honey plant. American Bee Journal 80(12): 538-539
Keleher, J.J.; Haight, C.G. 1965: The fall domestic fishery at snowdrift, Northwest Territories. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada 22(6): 1571-1573
Starcher, G.C. 1931: The fall fertilization with nitrates of bearing orchards. Proceedings Ann Conv Tennessee State Hort Society 26: 46-50
Meshkov, M.M. 1963: The fall flight of birds over the eastern shore of Lake Pskov from 1959 to 1961. Soobshch Pribaltiisk Komissn Po Izucheniyu Migratsn Ptits Akad Nauk Estonsk Ssr 2: 43-58
Booy, C.; Groenhuijzen, S. 1959: The fall foray around 's-Graveland and Kortenhoef of North-Holland. Buxbaumia 13(1/2): 1-9
Agsteribbe, E.; Benjaminsen, F. 1957: The fall foray around Breda. Buxbaumia 11(1/2): 1-8
Bos, F.; Sollman, F. 1968: The fall foray of 1968 in the vicinity of leiden. Buxbaumia 22(3-4): 41-53
Bakker, P.A.; Luitingh, A.J. 1963: The fall foray, 1963, around the Peel in Leudal. Buxbaumia 17(3/4): 56-76
Beamer, L.C. 1947: The fall garden as a source of food supply. Virginia Fruit 35(6): 10, 12, 14
Mylon, E.; Hoff, H.; Katzenstein, R.; Winternitz, M.C. 1941: The Fall in Blood Pressure Associated with Intravenous Injection of Tissue Extracts. Science 94(2434): 190-191
Petersdorf, R.G.; Barter, D.H. 1961: The fall in cerebrospinal fluid sugar in meningitis. Some experimental observations. Arch Neurol 4(1): 21-30
Yoffey, J.M. 1935: The fall in the blood lymphocytes of the dog under chloralose anaesthesia. Journal of Physiology 85(4): 450-453
Kermack, W.O. 1948: The fall in the fertility of Scottish women during the period 1875-1939 A comparison of the trends in various geographical localities. Proceedings Roy Society Edinburght 2, Paper(. 9): 149-162
Stevenson, H.M.; Imhof, T.A. 1950: The fall migration in the Tennessee River Valley in Alabama. Migrant 21(1): 3-9
Rootsmyae, L.T. 1959: The fall migration of aquatic and coastal birds along the northwest shoreline of Lake Chudskoe from 1954 to 1956. TRUDY 3 I PRIBALTIISKOI ORNITOL KONFERENTSII 1957/ Vil'nyus: 253-259
Taber, William Brewster 1930: The fall migration of mourning doves. Wilson Bull 42(1): 17-28
Car, Z. 1957: The fall migration of the black stork ciconia nigra in 1955. Larus (English Translation) 9-10: (1973)
Kostin, V.P. 1956: The fall migration of the darkling beetles in the region of Ustyurt. Izv Akad Nauk Uzssr 9: 96
Car, Z. 1957: The fall migration of the nightjar caprimulgus europaeus in 1955. Larus (English Translation) 9-10: (1973)
Veroman, K.H. 1963: The fall migrations of birds in the area of Chudskoe Lake in 1961. Soobshch Pribaltiiskoi Kom Izuch Migratsii Ptits Akad Nauk Est Ssr 2: 33-42
Biliczki, F.P. 1968: The fall of blood pressure following induction of neopl deciduomata in steroid hypertensive rats receiving progesterone metab rat. Acta Endocrinologica: 227-234
Preti, G. 1933: The fall of peach flower buds. Riv Patol Veg 23(7/8): 303-312
Rodenburg, A.; J.J. 1941: The fall of phosphate with pneumonia and the therapy with a great dose of vit. D at once. Maandschrift Kindergeneesk 10: 142, 1940-
Bancroft, T.A.; Brindley, T.A.; Bowles, R.; Tang, P.C. 1954: The fall population European corn borer survey. Iowa State Coll Jour Sci 29(1): 61-74
Agee, C.Phillip 1957: The fall shuffle in central Missouri bob-whites. Jour Wildlife Management 21(3): 329-335
Miller, F. 1952: The fall web worm Hyphantria cunea Drury a serious pest of trees in Czechoslovakia. Zool A Ent Listy 1(15): 16-23
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Klein, S.A.; Jenkins, David; Mcgauhey, P.H. 1963: The fate of ABS in soils and plants. L Reduction by soils, II. Effect on plant growth. Jour Water Pollu Tion Control Fed 35(5): 636-654
Chandorkar, K.R.; Badenhuizen, N.P. 1967: The fate of ADPG-alpha-glucan glucosyltransferase during amylolytic corrosion of starch granules, and its relation to starch granule structure. Cereal Chemistry 44(1): 27-38
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Jatzkewitz, Horst; Mehl, E. 1962: The fate of C24-fatty acid in sudanophylic myelin decomposition in the central nervous system I. C24-fatty acid-deficit in the lipophylic decomposition and transformation products. Zeit Physiol Chem 329(3/6): 264-277
Berlin, M.; Ullberg, S. 1963: The Fate of Cd109 in the Mouse. An Autoradiographic Study After a Single Intravenous Injection of Cd109cl2. Archives of Environmental Health 7: 686-693
Isherwood, J.D. 1965: The fate of Coxsackie virus A-13 in water reclamation. American Journal of Public Health and the Nation's Health 55(12): 1945-1952
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Brodie, B.B.; Aronow, L.; Axelrod, J. 1954: The fate of dibenzyline in the body and the role of fat in its duration of action. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 111(1): 21-29
Gerolt, P. 1965: The fate of dieldrin in insects. Journal of Economic Entomology 58(5): 849-857
Humphreys, T. 1960: The fate of Ehrlich ascites cells injected intravenously into chick embryos. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 26: 118-120
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Webb, J.M. 1964: The fate of FD and C blue No 2 in rats. Federation Proceedings 23: 406
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Whitby, L.G.; Axelrod, J.; Weil-Malherbe, H. 1961: The fate of H3-norepinephrine in animals. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 132: 193-201
Salmon, S.; Utiger, R.; Parker, M.; Reichlin, S. 1962: The fate of I-131-labeled human growth hormone in the rabbit. Endocrinology 70: 459-464
Powell, G.M.; Rose, F.A.; Dodgson, K.S. 1964: The fate of L-tyrosine O- sulphate in the mouse. Biochemj 91(1): 6p-7p
Packchanian, A.A. 1948: The fate of Leishmania donovani and L. tropica in the-reduviid blood-sucking insect, Triatoma. American Journal of Tropical Medicine 28(4): 537-539
Gay, D.M.; Sellards, A.W. 1927: The fate of Lepto-spira icteroides and Leptospira icterohaemorrhagiae in the mosquito, Aedes aegypti. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 21(3): 321-342
Geissbuhler, H.; Haselbach, C.; Aebi, H.; Ebner, L. 1963: The fate of N - -phenyl-NN-dimethylurea in soils and plants. III. Breakdown in soils and plants. Weed Res 3(4): 277-297
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Geissbuhler, H.; Haselbach, C.; Aebi, H.; Ebner, L. 1963: The fate of N'- -phenyl-NN-dimethylurea in soils and plants. II. Uptake and distribution within plants. Weed Res 3(3): 181-194
Perlzweig, W.A.; Huflf, J.W. 1945: The fate of N-methylnico-tinamide in man. Journal of Biological Chemistry 161(1): 417-418
Douglas, J.R.; Wheeler, C.M. 1942: The fate of Pasteurella pestis in the flea. Jour Bact 43(1): 120-121
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Toda, H. 1962: The fate of Salmonella typhimurium in the organs of mice infected with murine typhoid fever under antibiotic treatment. Nagasaki Igakkai Zassi 37(12): 440-457
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Angevine, D.M. 1936: The Fate of a Virulent Hemolytic Streptococcus Injected into the Skin of Normal and Immunized Rabbits. Journal of Experimental Medicine 64(1): 131-147
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