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List of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag Chapter 68374

Chapter 68374 contains a list of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag.





Using Wayside Plantsby Nelson Coon
, Economic Botany 15(1): 108-109 (1961)

Some Fruits and Nuts for the Tropicsby William C. Kennard; Harold F. Winters
, Economic Botany 15(1): 109-110 (1961)

Decorative Trees and Shrubsby Herbert L. Edin
, Economic Botany 15(1): 111-112 (1961)

Steroidal Sapogenins. Lxi. Steroidal Sapogenin Content of Seeds
, Economic Botany 15(2): 131-132 (1961)

Effect of Gibberellin on the Fibers of Hemp
, Economic Botany 15(2): 133-139 (1961)

Relationship between Physical Characteristics and Milling Score of Kernels of Soft Wheat Varieties
, Economic Botany 15(2): 140-155 (1961)

Brush and Filling Fibers from Bamboo
, Economic Botany 15(2): 156-160 (1961)

Bamboo Mechanical Pulp for Manufacture of Chinese Ceremonial Paper
, Economic Botany 15(2): 161-164 (1961)

The Rice-Paper Plant: Tetrapanax Papyriferum (Hook.) Koch
, Economic Botany 15(2): 165-179 (1961)

Plants and X-Raysby L. B. Breslavets; Alena Elbl; Arnold H. Sparrow
, Economic Botany 15(2): 180-181 (1961)

Yam Cultivation in the Trust Territoryby Frank Mahony
, Economic Botany 15(2): 181-182 (1961)

Weedsby J. N. Whittet
, Economic Botany 15(2): 182-183 (1961)

The Mango: Botany, Cultivation, and Utilizationby L. B. Singh
, Economic Botany 15(2): 184-185 (1961)

Nederlandse Dendrologieby B. K. Boom
, Economic Botany 15(2): 186-188 (1961)

Identification of Seedlings of Common Weedsby R. J. Chancellor
, Economic Botany 15(2): 192-193 (1961)

The Grasses: Earth's Green Wealthby A. C. Moore
, Economic Botany 15(2): 193-194 (1961)

Illustrated Genera of Wood Decay Fungiby C. L. Fergus
, Economic Botany 15(2): 194-196 (1961)

Rhododendrons and Azaleasby Clement Gray Bowers
, Economic Botany 15(2): 197-198 (1961)

Horticultural Pests: Detection and Controlby G. Fox Wilson
, Economic Botany 15(2): 198-199 (1961)

Loblolly Pine: Ts Use, Ecology, Regeneration, Protection, Growth and Managementby W. G. Wahlenberg
, Economic Botany 15(2): 199-200 (1961)

Vorlufiges Verzeichnis Landwirtschaftlich oder Grtnerisch Kultivierter Pflanzenartenby Rudolph Mansfield
, Economic Botany 15(2): 202-203 (1961)

The Search for New Antibiotics. Problems and Perspectivesby G. F. Gause
, Economic Botany 15(2): 203-204 (1961)

The Origin of Cultivated Barleys: A Discussion
, Economic Botany 15(3): 205-212 (1961)

Experiments in Preserving and Revitalizing Pine, Onion, and Okra Seeds
, Economic Botany 15(3): 213-217 (1961)

Ascorbic Acid Content and Time of Ripening of Tomatoes
, Economic Botany 15(3): 218-222 (1961)

Economic Botany as an Advanced Science Course in Secondary Schools
, Economic Botany 15(3): 237-240 (1961)

Mosses in Japanese Gardens
, Economic Botany 15(3): 264-269 (1961)

Better Grassland Swardby Andre Voisin
, Economic Botany 15(3): 270-271 (1961)

Light and Plant Growthby R. van der Veen; G. Meijer
, Economic Botany 15(3): 276-277 (1961)

Biology, Food, and People
, Economic Botany 15(4): 279-288 (1961)

Cultural Factors in Food Consumption: An Example from India
, Economic Botany 15(4): 289-295 (1961)

The Rockefeller Foundation Program in the Agricultural Sciences
, Economic Botany 15(4): 296-301 (1961)

Progress in Biochemical Engineering Broadens Our Choice of Crop Plants
, Economic Botany 15(4): 302-310 (1961)

Folk Uses and Commercial Exploitation of Aloe Leaf Pulp
, Economic Botany 15(4): 311-319 (1961)

Corn's Evolution and Its Significance for Breeding
, Economic Botany 15(4): 320-325 (1961)

Buchu, a New Cultivated Crop in South Africa
, Economic Botany 15(4): 326-331 (1961)

The Freezing Preservation of Vegetables
, Economic Botany 15(4): 347-375 (1961)

Drogenkundeby H. A. Hoppe
, Economic Botany 15(4): 379-380 (1961)

Fats and Oils: An Outline of Their Chemistry and Technologyby H. G. Kirschenbauer
, Economic Botany 15(4): 380-381 (1961)

The Australian Environmentby Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization
, Economic Botany 15(4): 381-382 (1961)

Studies on the Physiology of Bamboo with Reference to Practical Applicationby Koichiro Ueda
, Economic Botany 15(4): 383-384 (1961)

Plants That Changed the Worldby Bertha S. Dodge
, Economic Botany 15(4): 385-386 (1961)

Seed Proteins and World Food Problems
, Economic Botany 16(1): 2-13 (1962)

Storage and Sorting of Phytochemical Data
, Economic Botany 16(1): 14-16 (1962)

Olive Growing in Australia
, Economic Botany 16(1): 31-44 (1962)

Bacterial Plant Pathogensby C. Stapp
, Economic Botany 16(1): 46-47 (1962)

Potentials in Colchiploid Grapes
, Economic Botany 16(2): 77-85 (1962)

The Search for New Industrial Crops Ii: Lesquerella (Cruciferae) as a Source of New Oilseeds
, Economic Botany 16(2): 95-100 (1962)

Living Fences in the Fond-des-Ngres Region, Haiti
, Economic Botany 16(2): 101-105 (1962)

Phytomorphic Representations of the Ancient Peruvians
, Economic Botany 16(2): 106-115 (1962)

Economic Plants Encountered on the Voyage of the Beagle
, Economic Botany 16(2): 116-126 (1962)

Investigations of the Nature of Injera
, Economic Botany 16(2): 127-130 (1962)

The Technology of Wine Makingby M. A. Amerine; W. V. Cruess
, Economic Botany 16(2): 131-132 (1962)

Jute in Indiaby B. C. Kundu; K. C. Basak; P. B. Sarcar
, Economic Botany 16(2): 133-134 (1962)

Food for America's Futureby Ethyl Corporation
, Economic Botany 16(2): 134-135 (1962)

Weed Control: As a Scienceby Glenn C. Klingman
, Economic Botany 16(2): 136-137 (1962)

The Pineapple: Botany, Cultivation, and Utilizationby J. L. Collins
, Economic Botany 16(2): 138-139 (1962)

Anbau und Verwertung von Susslupinenby J. Hackbarth; H. J. Troll
, Economic Botany 16(2): 139-140 (1962)

Biological Degradation of Celluloseby John A. Gascoigne; Margaret M. Gascoigne
, Economic Botany 16(2): 141-142 (1962)

South Brazil: Its Vegetation, Natural Resources, Research Centers, and Other Economic Aspects
, Economic Botany 16(3): 143-160 (1962)

Agricultural Development in Monsoonal Northern Australia
, Economic Botany 16(3): 161-170 (1962)

A Simple Field Test for Alkaloid-Containing Plants
, Economic Botany 16(3): 171-172 (1962)

Miso Fermentation
, Economic Botany 16(3): 180-195 (1962)

Seed Oils in Human Nutrition
, Economic Botany 16(3): 196-205 (1962)

The Search for New Industrial Crops Iii: Prospectus of Lesquerella fendleri
, Economic Botany 16(3): 206-211 (1962)

Forest Managementby H. A. Meyer; A. B. Recknagel; D. D. Stevenson; R. A. Bartoo
, Economic Botany 16(3): 212-213 (1962)

Germ Plasm Resourcesby R. E. Hodgson
, Economic Botany 16(3): 213-214 (1962)

How Crop-Climate Research Contributes to Cotton Improvement
, Economic Botany 16(4): 217-220 (1962)

Analyses of Seed Samples from 113 Plant Families
, Economic Botany 16(4): 221-250 (1962)

Laticiferous Plants of Economic Importance Iii. Couma Species
, Economic Botany 16(4): 251-263 (1962)

Freezing, Preservation and Preparation of Some Edible Wild Plants of Ontario
, Economic Botany 16(4): 264-265 (1962)

Steroidal Sapogenins. Lxviii. Their Occurrence in Agave lecheguilla
, Economic Botany 16(4): 266-269 (1962)

Herbaria: Sources of Medicinal Folklore
, Economic Botany 16(4): 283-287 (1962)

The Drug Aspects of the White Sapotes
, Economic Botany 16(4): 288-294 (1962)

Toxicity of Tall Fescue Forage: A Review
, Economic Botany 16(4): 295-303 (1962)

Mexican Wild Forms of Sweet Potato
, Economic Botany 16(4): 304-314 (1962)

The Occurrence of Indole Compounds in Coprinus Species
, Economic Botany 16(4): 315-318 (1962)

Coffee: Botany, Cultivation, and Utilizationby Frederick L. Wellman
, Economic Botany 16(4): 322-323 (1962)

Industrial Microbiologyby Anthony H. Rose
, Economic Botany 16(4): 324-325 (1962)

The Significance of the Angiosperm Seed
, Economic Botany 17(1): 3-9 (1963)

Medicinal Plants of the Mt. Hagen People (Mbowamb) in New Guinea
, Economic Botany 17(1): 16-22 (1963)

Industrial Utilization of Seed Oils
, Economic Botany 17(1): 23-30 (1963)

The New Zealand Kumara or Sweet Potato
, Economic Botany 17(1): 31-45 (1963)

Tests of Aloe vera for Antibiotic Activity
, Economic Botany 17(1): 46-49 (1963)

Cytogenetic and Evolutionary Studies in Secale Iii. Cytogenetics of Weedy Ryes and Origin of Cultivated Rye
, Economic Botany 17(1): 60-71 (1963)

Wild Plants for Survival in South Floridaby Julia F. Morton
, Economic Botany 17(1): 72-73 (1963)

Piezoelectric Properties of Woodby V. A. Bazhenov
, Economic Botany 17(1): 73-74 (1963)

Witch Doctor's Apprenticeby Nicole Maxwell
, Economic Botany 17(1): 74-75 (1963)

Tropical and Subtropical Agricultureby J. J. Ochse; M. J. Soule,; M. J. Dijkman; C. Wehlburg
, Economic Botany 17(1): 77-78 (1963)

Trees, Shrubs, and Woody Vines of the Southwestby Robert A. Vines
, Economic Botany 17(1): 79-80 (1963)

The Harmful Fungi of Tomatoes and Their Problem to the Processor
, Economic Botany 17(2): 86-96 (1963)

Cytogenetics of Modern Sugar Canes
, Economic Botany 17(2): 97-106 (1963)

The Neuroactive Factor alpha-gamma Diaminobutyric Acid in Angiospermous Seeds
, Economic Botany 17(2): 107-109 (1963)

Laticiferous Plants of Economic Importance Iv Jelutong (Dyera spp.)
, Economic Botany 17(2): 110-126 (1963)

Botanical Source-Areas for Some Oriental Spices
, Economic Botany 17(2): 127-132 (1963)

Climate and Soil Conditions of Rauwolfia serpentina in India
, Economic Botany 17(2): 133-138 (1963)

Inheritance of Low Iodine Value of Safflower Selections from India
, Economic Botany 17(2): 139-145 (1963)

Dolichos lablab or Hyacinth Bean: Its Uses for Feed, Food and Soil Improvement
, Economic Botany 17(2): 146-153 (1963)

Advances in Management of Southern Pineby A. B. Crow
, Economic Botany 17(2): 156-157 (1963)

Wurzelatlas mitteleuropaischer Ackerunkrauter und Kulturpflanzenby L. Kutschera
, Economic Botany 17(2): 158-159 (1963)

General Relationships among Plants and Their Alkaloids
, Economic Botany 17(3): 180-185 (1963)

Ceylon Spinach (Basella rubra)
, Economic Botany 17(3): 195-199 (1963)

Amino Acid Profile of Manioc Leaf Protein in Relation to Nutritive Value
, Economic Botany 17(3): 211-216 (1963)

On Further Defining Mahogany
, Economic Botany 17(3): 217-232 (1963)

The Utilization of Philippine Mahogany in the United States
, Economic Botany 17(3): 233-237 (1963)

Some Biological Effects of Aminotriazole
, Economic Botany 17(3): 238-240 (1963)

Toxicity of Cycads
, Economic Botany 17(4): 270-302 (1963)

Peanuts and Hemostasis in Hemophilia
, Economic Botany 17(4): 312-316 (1963)

Principal Wild Food Plants of the United States: Excluding Alaska and Hawaii
, Economic Botany 17(4): 319-330 (1963)

Reciprocity in Cultural Ecology
, Economic Botany 17(4): 333-336 (1963)

Bark Paper and Witchcraft in Indian Mexico
, Economic Botany 17(4): 360-367 (1963)

Carbon Dioxide Enrichment of Greenhouse Atmospheres for Food Crop Production
, Economic Botany 18(1): 34-56 (1964)

Establishment of a Pink Root Nursery
, Economic Botany 18(1): 77-79 (1964)

Kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus), Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa)
, Economic Botany 18(1): 80-91 (1964)

The "Maca" (Lepidium meyenii), a Little Known Food Plant of Peru
, Economic Botany 18(2): 122-127 (1964)

Outlines of the Cacao Selection and Breeding Programme in San Thome
, Economic Botany 18(2): 132-136 (1964)

Cytogenetics in Hybridization of Bunch- and Muscadine-Type Grapes
, Economic Botany 18(2): 137-148 (1964)

Growing Grain Sorghums in a Mediterranean Environment
, Economic Botany 18(2): 149-157 (1964)

Laminarin in Some Phaeophyta of the Pacific Coast
, Economic Botany 18(2): 164-166 (1964)

The Potato and Its Wild Relatives. Section Tuberarium of the Genus Solanumby Donovan Stewart Correll
, Economic Botany 18(2): 183-184 (1964)

Wintering of Plantsby I. M. Vasil'yev; Royer; Roger; Jacob Levitt
, Economic Botany 18(2): 184-185 (1964)

Geological Activity of Microorganismsby S. I. Kuznetsov
, Economic Botany 18(2): 186-187 (1964)

The Eucalypts: Botany, Cultivation, Chemistry, and Utilizationby A. R. Penfold; J. L. Willis
, Economic Botany 18(2): 189-190 (1964)

Eigenschaften und Wirkungen der Gibberellineby Rdiger Knapp
, Economic Botany 18(2): 191-192 (1964)

The Occurrence and Industrial Production of Rutin in Southeastern Australia
, Economic Botany 18(3): 195-253 (1964)

The Popularity of Edible Mushrooms in Geneva
, Economic Botany 18(3): 254-255 (1964)

Notes on a Preliminary Drug Hunting Trip on the Jos Plateau, Nigeria
, Economic Botany 18(3): 266-269 (1964)

Cucurbits: Botany, Cultivation, and Utilizationby Thomas W. Whitaker; Glen N. Davis
, Economic Botany 18(3): 279-280 (1964)

Forest Flora of Northern Rhodesiaby F. White
, Economic Botany 18(3): 281-282 (1964)

Barley and Malt: Biology, Biochemistry, Technologyby A. H. Cook
, Economic Botany 18(3): 283-284 (1964)

Collection and Care of Botanical Specimensby D. B. O. Saville
, Economic Botany 18(3): 284-285 (1964)

The Origin and Cultivation of Shade and Ornamental Treesby Hui-Lin Li
, Economic Botany 18(3): 286-287 (1964)

Several Aspects of Growth, Development and Sapogenin Yield of Tubers of "Dioscorea spiculiflora"
, Economic Botany 18(4): 323-328 (1964)

A Preliminary Pharmacognostical Study of Ten Nigerian Plants
, Economic Botany 18(4): 329-341 (1964)

The Lowbush Blueberry Industry in Eastern Canada
, Economic Botany 18(4): 357-365 (1964)

Coping with Information Relevant to the Utilization of Plants
, Economic Botany 18(4): 366-377 (1964)

A Review of Nitrogen in the Tropics with Particular Reference to Pasturesby Committee of the Division of Tropical Pastures, C.S.I.R.O
, Economic Botany 18(4): 378-379 (1964)

Woody Flora of Taiwanby Hui-Lin Li
, Economic Botany 18(4): 381-382 (1964)

Utilization of Wild Plants in Communist China
, Economic Botany 19(1): 3-15 (1965)

Some Thoughts about Weeds
, Economic Botany 19(1): 16-24 (1965)

The Search for New Industrial Crops Iv. Prospectus of Limnanthes
, Economic Botany 19(1): 25-32 (1965)

The Search for New Industrial Crops. V. The South African Calenduleae (Compositae) as a Source of New Oil Seeds
, Economic Botany 19(1): 33-43 (1965)

Cellulose: Energy Source for Microbial Protein
, Economic Botany 19(1): 46-52 (1965)

Variability in Oleic and Linoleic Acid Contents of Safflower Oil
, Economic Botany 19(1): 53-62 (1965)

Tobacco as a Product of Commerce
, Economic Botany 19(1): 63-67 (1965)

Plant Fibers and Civilization: Cotton, a Case in Point
, Economic Botany 19(1): 71-82 (1965)

Introgression in Corn Belt Maize
, Economic Botany 19(1): 83-88 (1965)

The Practice of Silvicultureby David Martyn Smith
, Economic Botany 19(1): 92-93 (1965)

The First Book of Weedsby Barbara L. Beck
, Economic Botany 19(1): 94-95 (1965)

Man and Plants against Pain
, Economic Botany 19(2): 99-112 (1965)

Can the Red Mangrove Provide Food, Feed and Fertilizer?
, Economic Botany 19(2): 113-123 (1965)

Commercial Humates for Agriculture and the Fertilizer Industry
, Economic Botany 19(2): 152-156 (1965)

Studies on the Genus Piper. Part Iv. Long Peppers of Indian Commerce
, Economic Botany 19(2): 157-164 (1965)

New Sources of Water-Soluble Seed Gums
, Economic Botany 19(2): 165-174 (1965)

Growing Crotalaria juncea, a Multi-Purpose Legume, for Paper Pulp
, Economic Botany 19(2): 175-183 (1965)

General Viticultureby A. J. Winkler
, Economic Botany 19(2): 190-191 (1965)

Meeresprodukte. Ein Handwrterbuch der Marinen Rohstoffeby Ferdinand Pax
, Economic Botany 19(2): 191-192 (1965)

Nutmeg as a Narcotic
, Economic Botany 19(3): 194-217 (1965)

A Study of Methods for the Reduction of Acids in Certain Plants
, Economic Botany 19(3): 218-222 (1965)

Medicinal Plant Lore of the Tribals of Bastar
, Economic Botany 19(3): 236-250 (1965)

A Search for High Erucic Acid Containing Oils in the Cruciferae
, Economic Botany 19(3): 251-256 (1965)

Freeze-Drying and Room Temperature Storage of Coconut Pollen
, Economic Botany 19(3): 267-275 (1965)

Adaptation of Cabbage to Year-Round Culture in Japan
, Economic Botany 19(3): 276-285 (1965)

Notes on the Word Mahogany
, Economic Botany 19(3): 286-292 (1965)

Milk Sickness: A Review of the Literature
, Economic Botany 19(3): 293-300 (1965)

Algae of the Western Great Lakes Area. With an Illustrated Key to the Genera of Desmids and Freshwater Diatomsby G. W. Prescott
, Economic Botany 19(3): 301-303 (1965)

Flora of Illinoisby George Neville Jones
, Economic Botany 19(3): 304-305 (1965)

Bacteria and Fungi Pathogenic to Man and Animalsby M. A. Soltys
, Economic Botany 19(3): 307-308 (1965)

Fruit Culture in Indiaby Sham Singh; S. Krishnamurthi; S. L. Katyal
, Economic Botany 19(3): 308-309 (1965)

Vegetable Fibres: Botany, Cultivation, and Utilizationby R. H. Kirby
, Economic Botany 19(3): 311-312 (1965)

Crop Adaptation and Distributionby Carroll P. Wilsie
, Economic Botany 19(3): 313-314 (1965)

Bomenboek voor Surinameby J. C. Lindeman; A. M. W. Mennega
, Economic Botany 19(3): 315-316 (1965)

The Organic Constituents of Higher Plants: Their Chemistry and Interrelationshipsby Trevor Robinson
, Economic Botany 19(3): 316-317 (1965)

Plants at Workby F. C. Steward
, Economic Botany 19(3): 318-319 (1965)

The Archeological Record of Cultivated Crops of New World Origins
, Economic Botany 19(4): 322-334 (1965)

Food Habits of Some Pre-Columbian Mexican Indians
, Economic Botany 19(4): 335-343 (1965)

Cucurbits and Cultures in the Americas
, Economic Botany 19(4): 344-349 (1965)

The Evolution of Corn and Culture in North America
, Economic Botany 19(4): 350-357 (1965)

Some Botanical and Ethnological Considerations of Manihot esculenta
, Economic Botany 19(4): 369-377 (1965)

Studies in Jute Retting Aerobic Bacteria
, Economic Botany 19(4): 384-393 (1965)

Plant Fibers in the Paper Industry
, Economic Botany 19(4): 394-405 (1965)

Incompatibility in the Sweet Potato. A Review
, Economic Botany 19(4): 406-415 (1965)

Cacao and Its Allies. A Taxonomic Revision of the Genus Theobromaby Jos Cuatrecasas
, Economic Botany 19(4): 416-417 (1965)

A Dictionary of Biological Termsby I. F. Henderson; W. D. Henderson
, Economic Botany 19(4): 417-418 (1965)

Agrostologyby W. Edwin Booth
, Economic Botany 19(4): 425-426 (1965)

The Mosses of Michiganby Henry T. Darlington; Howard Crum
, Economic Botany 19(4): 426-427 (1965)

Vegetation and Flora of the Sonoran Desertby Forrest Shreve; Ira L. Wiggins
, Economic Botany 19(4): 427-428 (1965)

The Peyote Cultby Weston La Barre
, Economic Botany 19(4): 429-430 (1965)

The Last Redwoodsby Philip Hyde; Francois Leydet
, Economic Botany 19(4): 430-431 (1965)

An Account of the Botanic Garden in the Island of St. Vincent from Its Establishment to the Present Timeby Lansdown Guilding
, Economic Botany 19(4): 431-432 (1965)

The Circumpolar Plants. I. Vascular Cryptogams, Conifers, Monocotyledonsby Eric Hultn
, Economic Botany 19(4): 433-434 (1965)

Generic Names of Orchids. Their Origin and Meaningby Richard Evans Schultes; Arthur Stanley Pease
, Economic Botany 19(4): 434-435 (1965)

Marine Microbiologyby A. E. Kriss; J. M. Shwan; Z. Kabata
, Economic Botany 19(4): 435-436 (1965)

Antibiotiquesby G. Hagemann
, Economic Botany 19(4): 436-437 (1965)

Vegetation and Soils. A World Pictureby S. R. Eyre
, Economic Botany 19(4): 438-439 (1965)

Plantas Cultivadas y Animales Domsticos en Amrica Equinoccial; I: Plantas Frutales Cultivadas en la Regin Ecuatorial del Nuevo Continenteby Victor-Manuel Patio
, Economic Botany 19(4): 439-441 (1965)

Principles of Geneticsby Eldon J. Gardner
, Economic Botany 19(4): 443-444 (1965)

Food Plants in a Mexican Market
, Economic Botany 20(1): 6-16 (1966)

The Use of Plants in Hair and Scalp Preparations
, Economic Botany 20(1): 17-30 (1966)

The Cajeput Tree: A Boon and an Affliction
, Economic Botany 20(1): 31-39 (1966)

Palm Sugar: A Plantation Industry in India
, Economic Botany 20(1): 40-45 (1966)

The History of the Grape-Vine in the Holy Land
, Economic Botany 20(1): 46-64 (1966)

The Production and Utilization of the Genus Ensete in Ethiopia
, Economic Botany 20(1): 65-70 (1966)

Effect of Temperature on Seed Germination of Ten Species and Varieties of Limnanthes
, Economic Botany 20(1): 71-75 (1966)

The Genus Nicotiana: A Source of Resistance to Diseases of Cultivated Tobacco
, Economic Botany 20(1): 76-88 (1966)

Research Progress on Cycads
, Economic Botany 20(1): 98-102 (1966)

The Pinyon Pines and Man
, Economic Botany 20(1): 103-105 (1966)

Cultivated Plants and Their Wild Relatives. Taxonomy, Geography, Cytogenetics, Ecology, Origin, Utilizationby P. M. Zhukovsky
, Economic Botany 20(1): 106-108 (1966)

Water Metabolism in Plantsby Theodore T. Kozlowski;The Water Relations of Plantsby A. J. Rutter; F. W. Whitehead
, Economic Botany 20(1): 109-111 (1966)

Proteins: Their Chemistry and Politicsby Aaron M. Altschul
, Economic Botany 20(1): 111-112 (1966)

Biogeochemical Methods of Prospectingby Dmitrii Petrovich Malyuga
, Economic Botany 20(1): 113-114 (1966)

La Culture des Plantes Fouragres dans La Rgion Mditerranan Occidentalsby E. J. Villax
, Economic Botany 20(1): 115-116 (1966)

Fungal Protein for Food and Feeds. Ii. Whole Sweet Potato as a Substrate
, Economic Botany 20(2): 119-126 (1966)

Chemical Analyses of Seeds Ii: Oil and Protein Content of 759 Species
, Economic Botany 20(2): 127-155 (1966)

Microbiology of Flours
, Economic Botany 20(2): 156-168 (1966)

Archeological Evidence for Selection in Avocado
, Economic Botany 20(2): 169-175 (1966)

Hemp Growing in the Republic of Korea
, Economic Botany 20(2): 176-186 (1966 )

The Depilatory and Cytotoxic Action of "Coco De Mono" (Lecythis ollaria) and Its Relationship to Chronic Seleniosis
, Economic Botany 20(2): 187-195 (1966)

Sugar Maple Decline: An Evaluation
, Economic Botany 20(2): 196-212 (1966)

Encyclopaedia of Cultivated Orchidsby Alex D. Hawkes
, Economic Botany 20(2): 215-216 (1966)

An Evolutionary Survey of the Plant Kingdomby Robert F. Scagel; Robert J. Bandoni; Glenn E. Rouse; W. B. Schofield; Janet R. Stein; T. M. C. Taylor
, Economic Botany 20(2): 218-219 (1966)

Plant Virologyby M. K. Corbett; H. D. Sisler
, Economic Botany 20(2): 219-220 (1966)

Leaf Protein Concentrates: A Comparison of Protein Production per Acre of Forage with That from Seed and Animal Crops
, Economic Botany 20(3): 244-250 (1966)

Fungal Protein for Food and Feeds. Iii. Manioc as a Potential Crude Raw Material for Tropical Areas
, Economic Botany 20(3): 251-255 (1966)

Cottonseed's Role in a Hungry World
, Economic Botany 20(3): 256-267 (1966)

Chemical Composition of Teff (Eragrostis tef) Compared with That of Wheat, Barley and Grain Sorghum
, Economic Botany 20(3): 268-273 (1966)

The Phenylethylamine Alkaloids of Native Range Plants
, Economic Botany 20(3): 274-278 (1966)

Recovery of Natural Insecticide from Tephrosia vogelii. I. Efficiency of Rotenoid Extraction from Fresh and Oven-Dried Leaves
, Economic Botany 20(3): 279-284 (1966)

Pejibaye Palm: Yields, Prices and Labor Costs
, Economic Botany 20(3): 302-315 (1966)

The Present Status of Ethnobotany in the Southwest
, Economic Botany 20(3): 316-325 (1966)

Agricultural Geneticsby James L. Brewbaker
, Economic Botany 20(3): 328-329 (1966)

Our Plant Resources. Plants and Their Economic Importanceby Frederick L. Fitzpatrick
, Economic Botany 20(3): 330-331 (1966)

Weeds of Canada and the Northern United Statesby F. H. Montgomery
, Economic Botany 20(3): 333-334 (1966)

Green Medicineby Margaret B. Kreig
, Economic Botany 20(3): 335-336 (1966)

Wild Flowers in South Carolinaby Wade T. Batson
, Economic Botany 20(3): 336-337 (1966)

The Formation of Wood in Forest Treesby Martin H. Zimmermann
, Economic Botany 20(3): 339-340 (1966)

Selenium. Geobotany, Biochemistry, Toxicity, and Nutritionby Irene Rosenfeld; Orville A. Beath
, Economic Botany 20(3): 340-343 (1966)

Floral Biologyby Mary S. Percival
, Economic Botany 20(3): 343-344 (1966)

Plants of the Fiji Islandsby John W. Parham
, Economic Botany 20(3): 344-345 (1966)

Basic Microbiologyby Margaret F. Wheeler; Wesley A. Volk
, Economic Botany 20(3): 345-346 (1966)

Hops. Botany, Cultivation, and Utilizationby A. H. Burgess
, Economic Botany 20(3): 346-347 (1966)

The Bamboos. A Fresh Perspectiveby F. A. McClure
, Economic Botany 20(3): 347-348 (1966)

Fungal Protein for Food and Feeds. Iv. Whole Sugar Beets or Beet Pulp as a Substrate
, Economic Botany 20(4): 372-376 (1966)

A Review of the Origin and Development of the Florists' Cineraria, Senecio cruentus
, Economic Botany 20(4): 386-395 (1966)

The Evolution of Plant Type in Oryza sativa
, Economic Botany 20(4): 396-402 (1966)

Achira, the Edible Canna, Its Cultivation and Use in the Peruvian Andes
, Economic Botany 20(4): 407-415 (1966)

The Evolution of Glumeless Sweet Corn
, Economic Botany 20(4): 441-445 (1966)

Photography for Scientific Publicationby Alfred E. Blaker
, Economic Botany 20(4): 461-462 (1966)

Native Shrubs of Southern Californiaby Peter H. Raven
, Economic Botany 20(4): 463-464 (1966 )

Flora of West Virginia Part Ivby P. D. Strausbaush; Earl L. Core
, Economic Botany 20(4): 464-465 (1966)

Insecticidesby A. J. Feuell
, Economic Botany 20(4): 465-466 (1966)

Plants That Feed the Worldby Rose E. Frisch
, Economic Botany 20(4): 467-468 (1966)

Grundriss der Forstbenutzung: Entstehung, Eigenschaften, Verwertung und Verwendung des Holzes und anderer Forstprodukteby Wolfgang Knigge; Horst Schulz
, Economic Botany 20(4): 470-471 (1966)

The Use and Development of America's Forest Resources
, Economic Botany 21(1): 2-14 (1967)

Silvichemicals from the Forest
, Economic Botany 21(1): 15-30 (1967)

New Developments in Silvichemicals
, Economic Botany 21(1): 31-41 (1967)

Progress in Wood Residue Use in California
, Economic Botany 21(1): 42-45 (1967)

Present Methods of Drying and Conditioning Wood for Use
, Economic Botany 21(1): 46-50 (1967)

The Redwoods of California: Largest of Economic Plants
, Economic Botany 21(1): 51-56 (1967)

The Chinese Gooseberry (Actinidia chinensis) in New Zealand
, Economic Botany 21(1): 81-92 (1967)

Fungal Protein for Food and Feeds V. Rice as a Source of Carbohydrate for the Production of Fungal Protein
, Economic Botany 21(2): 110-114 (1967)

Distribution of Latex in the Plant Kingdom
, Economic Botany 21(2): 115-127 (1967)

Wild Vegetables of the Chinese in Manchuria
, Economic Botany 21(2): 140-155 (1967)

Collecting Plant Material for Pharmaceutical Testing
, Economic Botany 21(2): 167-170 (1967)

Cadushi (Cereus repandus Mill.), a Useful Cactus of Curacao
, Economic Botany 21(2): 185-191 (1967)

Plant Biology Today. Advances and Challengesby William A. Jensen; Leroy G. Kavaljian
, Economic Botany 21(2): 192-193 (1967)

Mahogany of Tropical America. Its Ecology and Managementby F. Bruce Lamb
, Economic Botany 21(2): 195-196 (1967)

Ethnobotany of the Southern Appalachian Aborigines
, Economic Botany 21(3): 198-214 (1967)

The History of the Pomegranate in the Holy Land
, Economic Botany 21(3): 215-230 (1967)

Kif Cultivation in the Rif Mountains
, Economic Botany 21(3): 231-234 (1967)

The Wellcome Materia Medica Collection and Herbarium as Research Aids
, Economic Botany 21(3): 235-237 ( 1967)

Toxicity of Some Goldenrods
, Economic Botany 21(3): 238-242 (1967)

Fungal Protein for Food and Feeds. Vi. Direct Use of Cane Juice
, Economic Botany 21(3): 273-276 (1967)

Fluoride in Commercial Tea and Related Plants
, Economic Botany 21(3): 285-287 (1967)

The Economic Botany of Dragon Tongue
, Economic Botany 21(3): 288-292 (1967)

A Review of Cellular Structure, Starch, and Texture Qualities of Processed Potatoes
, Economic Botany 21(4): 294-308 (1967)

Guide Chart for Color Combinations in Hybrid Eggplants
, Economic Botany 21(4): 309-311 (1967)

Ripening Tomatoes: Ethylene, Oxygen, and Light Treatments
, Economic Botany 21(4): 312-319 (1967)

The History of the Date through the Ages in the Holy Land
, Economic Botany 21(4): 320-340 (1967)

Fungal Protein for Food and Feeds. Vii. Caloric Values of Fungus Mycelium
, Economic Botany 21(4): 341-344 (1967)

Genetic and Environmental Correlations of Leaf and Fruit Shapes of Cucumis melo
, Economic Botany 21(4): 345-350 (1967)

Parthenocarpic Pod Development by Vanilla planifolia Andrews Induced with Growth-Regulating Chemicals
, Economic Botany 21(4): 351-357 (1967)

The Alkaloids of Lupinus termis. I. Isolation of 13-Hydroxylupanine from Lebanese-Grown Lupine Seed
, Economic Botany 21(4): 367-370 (1967)

Pejibaye Palm: Physical and Chemical Analysis of the Fruit
, Economic Botany 21(4): 371-378 (1967)

A Search for the Origin of Pensacola Bahia Grass
, Economic Botany 21(4): 379-382 (1967)

Progress in the Development of Economic Botany and Knowledge of Food Plants
, Economic Botany 21(4): 383-387 (1967)

Plant Patents: A Potentially Extinct Variety
, Economic Botany 21(4): 388-394 (1967)

Poisonous Plants of Indiaby R. N. Chopra; R. L. Badhwar; S. Ghosh
, Economic Botany 21(4): 399-400 (1967)

Outlook for Calorie Production
, Economic Botany 22(1): 8-15 (1968)

Cereal Breeding for Better Protein Impact
, Economic Botany 22(1): 16-25 (1968)

Fortification of Cereals with Amino Acids
, Economic Botany 22(1): 26-28 (1968)

New Protein Foods from Plant Sources: A System for Economic Evaluation
, Economic Botany 22(1): 29-36 (1968)

Soybeans: Potential for Extension to Areas of Protein Shortage
, Economic Botany 22(1): 37-41 (1968)

Aflatoxin and Its Control
, Economic Botany 22(1): 51-62 (1968)

Status of Cottonseed Protein
, Economic Botany 22(1): 63-72 (1968)

The Potential for Protein Production from Green Plants
, Economic Botany 22(1): 73-79 (1968)

Yield Trials of Steroid-Producing Dioscorea on Florida's Everglades Peat Soils
, Economic Botany 22(1): 80-83 (1968)

Hortulusby Walahfrid Strabo; Wilfrid Raef Payne
, Economic Botany 22(1): 103-104 (1968)

The Potato in Mexico: Geography and Primitive Culture
, Economic Botany 22(2): 108-123 (1968)

Tomato Ripening: Effects of Light Frequency, Magnetic Field, and Chemical Treatments
, Economic Botany 22(2): 124-134 (1968)

Lentils: A Pulse of the Palouse
, Economic Botany 22(2): 135-139 (1968)

Archeological Evidence for Selection of Chupandilla and Cosahuico under Cultivation in Mexico
, Economic Botany 22(2): 140-148 (1968)

Cycad Husk from Guam: Its Toxicity to Rats
, Economic Botany 22(2): 149-154 (1968)

Cytology of Chinese and North Indian Sugarcanes
, Economic Botany 22(2): 155-164 (1968)

Notes on Medicinal and Other Uses of Plants in Egypt
, Economic Botany 22(2): 165-177 (1968)

An Ancient Technique for Ripening Sycomore Fruit in East-Mediterranean Countries
, Economic Botany 22(2): 178-190 (1968)

Associations of High Levels of Oleic Acid in the Seed Oil of Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) with Other Plant and Seed Characteristics'
, Economic Botany 22(2): 195-200 (1968)

The New World Centers of Origin of Cultivated Plants and the Archaeological Evidence
, Economic Botany 22(3): 253-266 (1968)

Unusual Food Plants in Herbarium Records
, Economic Botany 22(3): 293-296 (1968)

Useful Plants of Brazilby Walter B. Mors; Carlos T. Rizzini
, Economic Botany 22(3): 302-303 (1968)

Wheatby B. P. Pal
, Economic Botany 22(3): 304-305 (1968)

Manifestations of Teosinte and "Tripsacum" Introgression in Corn Belt Maizeby Gordon Stuart Johnston
, Economic Botany 22(3): 305-306 (1968)

Guayusa, a Neglected Stimulant from the Eastern Andean Foothills
, Economic Botany 22(4): 310-316 (1968)

Tropical Plants with Unusual Taste Properties
, Economic Botany 22(4): 326-331 (1968)

Medicinal Plants and Appalachia
, Economic Botany 22(4): 332-337 (1968)

Additions to the List of Wild Edible Plants Preservable by the Deep Freeze Method
, Economic Botany 22(4): 369-370 (1968)

Amber Facts and Fancies
, Economic Botany 22(4): 371-382 (1968)

The Psychedelic Properties of Banana Peel: An Appraisal
, Economic Botany 22(4): 385-389 (1968)

Library Notes Made in Trinidad on Hevea
, Economic Botany 23(1): 20-23 (1969)

Chemotaxonomic Studies of Hawaiian Wikstroemia
, Economic Botany 23(1): 24-31 (1969)

Ipomoea aquatica as a Vegetable Crop in Hong Kong
, Economic Botany 23(1): 32-36 (1969)

Male Sterility in Allium cepa and Some Species Hybrids
, Economic Botany 23(1): 37-49 (1969)

The Soybeans of the Kumaon Hills of India
, Economic Botany 23(1): 50-54 (1969)

Origin of the Common Bean, Phaseolus vulgaris
, Economic Botany 23(1): 55-69 (1969)

The Book of Grass. An Anthology of Indian Hempby George Andrews; Simon Vinkenoog
, Economic Botany 23(1): 82-83 (1969)

The Biology of Aquatic Vascular Plantsby C. D. Sculthorpe
, Economic Botany 23(1): 84-85 (1969)

Poisonous Plants of Hawaiiby Harry L. Arnold
, Economic Botany 23(1): 86-87 (1969)

Folk Uses of New World Aroids
, Economic Botany 23(2): 97-122 (1969)

The Life and Work of N. I. Vavilov
, Economic Botany 23(2): 128-132 (1969)

Notes on Hair and Nail Loss after Ingesting Sapucaia Nuts (Lecythis elliptica)
, Economic Botany 23(2): 133-134 (1969)

Additional Notes on Pre-Conquest Avocados in Mexico
, Economic Botany 23(2): 135-140 (1969)

Hibiscus vitifolius, a New Fibre Crop
, Economic Botany 23(2): 141-147 (1969)

Fiber Yields in Sansevieria Interspecific Hybrids
, Economic Botany 23(2): 148-155 (1969)

Historical Notes on Horseradish
, Economic Botany 23(2): 156-164 (1969)

Rapid Inbreeding in Maize
, Economic Botany 23(2): 165-173 (1969)

Tabernanthe iboga: An African Narcotic Plant of Social Importance
, Economic Botany 23(2): 174-184 (1969)

Deer's Tongue, Trilisa odoratissima, a Useful Plant of Southeastern United States
, Economic Botany 23(2): 185-186 (1969)

Encyclopedia of Water Plantsby Jiri Stodola
, Economic Botany 23(2): 195-196 (1969)

Plant Propagation. Principles and Practicesby Hudson T. Hardmann; Dale E. Kester
, Economic Botany 23(2): 198-199 (1969)

Edgar Anderson: Portrait of a Man
, Economic Botany 23(3): 202-205 (1969)

Action of Air Pollutants on the Biosynthesis of Secondary Plant Products
, Economic Botany 23(3): 210-214 (1969)

Production of Kelp - a Major Aspect of China's Exploitation of the Sea
, Economic Botany 23(3): 215-236 (1969)

The Lack of Acceptance of the Pejibaye Palm and a Relative Comparison of Its Productivity to That of Maize
, Economic Botany 23(3): 237-244 (1969)

The Races of Maize: Iii. Choices of Appropriate Characters for Racial Classification
, Economic Botany 23(3): 265-273 (1969)

Phytochemical Survey of Few Mysore Plants
, Economic Botany 23(3): 274-276 (1969)

Processing Plant Samples with a Compost Mill to Hasten Drying and Reduce Bulk
, Economic Botany 23(3): 277-287 (1969)

A Dictionary of the Economic Products of the Malay Peninsulaby I. H. Burkill
, Economic Botany 23(3): 288-289 (1969)

Man and Plantsby H. L. Edlin
, Economic Botany 23(3): 292-293 (1969)

Tropical Crops. Dicotyledonsby J. W. Purseglove
, Economic Botany 23(3): 293-294 (1969)

Documentation for the Conservation, Management, and Use of Plant Genetic Resources
, Economic Botany 23(4): 299-308 (1969)

Ethiopia: A Center of Diversity
, Economic Botany 23(4): 309-314 (1969)

Diversity of Germ Plasm in Small Grain Cereals
, Economic Botany 23(4): 315-323 (1969)

Centers of Plant Diversity and Conservation of Crop Germ Plasm: Safflower
, Economic Botany 23(4): 324-329 (1969)

Field Studies of Some Wild Species of Avena
, Economic Botany 23(4): 339-345 (1969)

Ephedra (Ma-Huang) in the New Chinese Materia Medica
, Economic Botany 23(4): 346-351 (1969)

Forest and Agricultural Resources of Dahomey, West Africa
, Economic Botany 23(4): 352-372 (1969)

Application of Some Growth Regulators to Medicinal Plants
, Economic Botany 23(4): 380-384 (1969)

Manual of Wayside Plants of Hawaiiby Willis T. Pope
, Economic Botany 23(4): 389-390 (1969)

Prairie Plants and Their Environment. A Fifty-Year Study in the Midwestby J. E. Weaver
, Economic Botany 23(4): 392-393 (1969)

The Origin of Cultivated Plants in Southeast Asia
, Economic Botany 24(1): 3-19 (1970)

Sesame: Its Uses, Botany, Cytogenetics, and Origin
, Economic Botany 24(1): 20-31 (1970)

Some Notes on the Distribution of Alkaloids in the Plant Kingdom
, Economic Botany 24(1): 34-38 (1970)

Economic Uses of Eastern Red Cedar
, Economic Botany 24(1): 39-41 (1970)

Cyanide Analyses of Peaches
, Economic Botany 24(1): 51-52 (1970)

New Plants for Conservation
, Economic Botany 24(1): 53-54 (1970)

Notes on the Use of Plant Hallucinogens in Amazonian Brazil
, Economic Botany 24(1): 62-68 (1970)

Plant Poisons in Shakespeare
, Economic Botany 24(1): 81-94 (1970)

Vascular Aquatic Plants for Mineral Nutrient Removal from Polluted Waters
, Economic Botany 24(1): 95-103 (1970)

Producing Vegetable Cropsby G. W. Ware; J. P. McCollum
, Economic Botany 24(1): 104-106 (1970)

Manual de Plantas Econmicas de Boliviaby Martn Crdenas
, Economic Botany 24(1): 107-108 (1970)

Commercial Vegetable Growingby H. D. Tindall
, Economic Botany 24(1): 110-112 (1970)

Seed Proteases and Protease Inhibitors
, Economic Botany 24(2): 113-122 (1970)

The Perique Tobacco Industry of St. James Parish, Louisiana: A World Monopoly
, Economic Botany 24(2): 123-130 (1970)

Indian Piscicidal Plants
, Economic Botany 24(2): 134-136 (1970)

Further Observations on the Bacteriology of Jute Retting
, Economic Botany 24(2): 137-141 (1970)

Seeds from a Medieval Sewer in Woolster Street, Plymouth
, Economic Botany 24(2): 151-154 (1970)

Our Hardy Hibiscus Species as Ornamentals
, Economic Botany 24(2): 155-164 (1970)

Dendrobium in Chinese Medicine
, Economic Botany 24(2): 165-174 (1970)

Utilization of Saline-Alkali Soil without prior Reclamation: Rosa damascena, Its Botany, Cultivation and Utilization
, Economic Botany 24(2): 175-179 (1970)

Siona Use of Chambira Palm Fiber
, Economic Botany 24(2): 180-181 (1970)

Cubeo Acculturation to Coca and Its Social Implications
, Economic Botany 24(2): 182-186 (1970)

Muinane Diagnostic Use of Narcotics
, Economic Botany 24(2): 187-188 (1970)

The Meaning of Generic Names of Important Economic Plants
, Economic Botany 24(2): 189-207 (1970)

Tentative Correlations of Plant Usage and Esophageal Cancer Zones
, Economic Botany 24(2): 217-226 (1970)

Blue Mahoe, a Case of Incipient Plant Domestication
, Economic Botany 24(3): 233-240 (1970)

Medicinal Plant-Lore of the Santals: (A Revival of P. O. Bodding's Work)
, Economic Botany 24(3): 241-278 (1970)

Notes on Some Medicinal Plants of Fiji
, Economic Botany 24(3): 279-282 (1970)

The Ecology of Gathering in a Mexican Farming Region
, Economic Botany 24(3): 286-295 (1970)

Banisteriopsis in Witchcraft and Healing Activities in Iquitos, Peru
, Economic Botany 24(3): 296-300 (1970)

Blackfoot Indian Utilization of the Flora of the Northwestern Great Plains
, Economic Botany 24(3): 301-324 (1970)

The Edible Species of Passiflora
, Economic Botany 24(3): 333-343 (1970)

Effect of 2-Chloroethylphosphonic Acid on Enzyme Induction in Barley Endosperm
, Economic Botany 24(4): 369-373 (1970)

Jalap or Veracruz Jalap and Its Allies
, Economic Botany 24(4): 399-401 (1970)

Some Characteristics of a Growth Inhibitory Factor in Yaupon Fruit
, Economic Botany 24(4): 403-407 (1970)

On the Domestication of the Soybean
, Economic Botany 24(4): 408-421 (1970)

Utilisation of Saline-Alkali Soils for Agro-Industry without Prior Reclamation
, Economic Botany 24(4): 439-442 (1970)

Olive Production in Greece
, Economic Botany 24(4): 443-459 (1970)

The Carob Tree and Its Importance in the Agricultural Economy of Cyprus
, Economic Botany 24(4): 460-470 (1970)

Plant Explorer of the Americas
, Economic Botany 24(4): 471-478 (1970)

The Pharmacology of Psychotherapeutic Drugsby F. Th. v. Brcke; O. Hornykiewicz; E. B. Sigg
, Economic Botany 24(4): 481-482 (1970)

Tobaccoby B. C. Akehurst
, Economic Botany 24(4): 482-484 (1970)

Mycotoxins of Fungi from Fescue
, Economic Botany 25(1): 1-5 (1971)

The Place of Vegetables in Meeting the Food Needs in Emerging Nations
, Economic Botany 25(1): 6-11 (1971)

Utilization of the Culinary and Therapeutic Properties of the Peach
, Economic Botany 25(1): 12-21 (1971)

Agronomic Evaluation of Prospective New Crop Species
, Economic Botany 25(1): 22-43 (1971)

Notes on Herb Medicine in Guam
, Economic Botany 25(1): 60-62 (1971)

The Ethnobotany of the Coast Salish Indians of Vancouver Island
, Economic Botany 25(1): 63-104 (1971)

The Rise and Fall of T. D. Lysenkoby Zhores A. Medvedev
, Economic Botany 25(1): 105-106 (1971)

Zauberdrogen. Reisen ins Weltall der Seeleby Hans Leuenberger
, Economic Botany 25(1): 107-108 (1971)

Soma: Divine Mushroom of Immortalityby R. Gordon Wasson
, Economic Botany 25(1): 111-112 (1971)

Mauritius and the Spice Trade: The Triumph of Jean Nicolas Cr and His Isle Bourbon Collaboratorsby Madeleine Ly-Tio-Fane
, Economic Botany 25(1): 113-114 (1971)

Sorghum Production and Utilizationby Joseph S. Wall; William M. Ross;Sorghumby Hugh Doggett
, Economic Botany 25(1): 115-116 (1971)

Flowering Vines of the Worldby E. A. Menninger
, Economic Botany 25(1): 116-117 (1971)

The Plant Huntersby Alice M. Coats
, Economic Botany 25(1): 117-118 (1971)

Pre-Historic Cucurbits from the Valley of Oaxaca
, Economic Botany 25(2): 123-127 (1971)

Some Senoi Semai Planting Techniques
, Economic Botany 25(2): 136-159 (1971)

Critical Identification of Mexican Archaeological Cotton Remains
, Economic Botany 25(2): 160-168 (1971)

Germ Plasm Resources of the Genus Zinnia L
, Economic Botany 25(2): 169-181 (1971)

Ariocarpus retusus, the "False Peyote" of Huichol Tradition
, Economic Botany 25(2): 182-187 (1971)

Assumed Gene Centers of Peanuts and Soybeans
, Economic Botany 25(2): 188-194 (1971)

Interspecific Hybridization in Cucumis
, Economic Botany 25(2): 195-211 (1971)

Plant Chimerasby W. Neilson-Jones
, Economic Botany 25(2): 212-213 (1971)

Rhizoctonia solani: Biology and Pathologyby John R. Parmenter, Jr
, Economic Botany 25(2): 215-216 (1971)

Notes of a Botanist on the Amazon & Andesby Richard Spruce
, Economic Botany 25(2): 218-219 (1971)

Elsevier's Dictionary of Horticultureby J. Nijdam; A. de Jong
, Economic Botany 25(2): 219-220 (1971)

Hawaiian Medicinal Plants
, Economic Botany 25(3): 245-254 (1971)

Bambarra Groundnut
, Economic Botany 25(3): 255-262 (1971)

The Origin and Development of World Forage Crops
, Economic Botany 25(3): 263-266 (1971)

The Forests of Jordan
, Economic Botany 25(3): 305-311 (1971)

Recent French Ethnobotanical Research in Southeast Asia
, Economic Botany 25(3): 312-316 (1971)

Protein Quality of Some Fresh-Water Algae
, Economic Botany 25(3): 317-319 (1971)

Carnegiea gigantea: The Saguaro and Its Uses
, Economic Botany 25(3): 320-329 (1971)

Estimates of Commercial Profitability in Hybrid Seed Production of the Small Grains
, Economic Botany 25(3): 330-334 (1971)

Plant Agricultureby Jules Janick; R. W. Schery; F. W. Woods; V. W. Ruttan
, Economic Botany 25(3): 340-341 (1971)

Cacti of the Southwest. Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisianaby Del Weniger
, Economic Botany 25(3): 341-342 (1971)

Some Botanical and Phytochemical Observations in Netherlands New Guinea "New Zealand New Guinea Expedition 1961"
, Economic Botany 25(4): 345-356 (1971)

The Role of Ants in Pollination and Pod Production of Bambarra Groundnut
, Economic Botany 25(4): 357-362 (1971)

Carpaine: An Alkaloid of Carica Papaya: Its Chemistry and Pharmacology
, Economic Botany 25(4): 363-365 (1971)

Distribution of Alkaloids in Some Western Australian Plants
, Economic Botany 25(4): 366-380 (1971)

Hormone-Like Herbicides in Weed Control
, Economic Botany 25(4): 385-400 (1971)

Case against Trans-Pacific Dispersal of the Coconut by Ocean Currents
, Economic Botany 25(4): 407-413 (1971)

An Ethnobotanical Study of the Kumaon Region of India
, Economic Botany 25(4): 414-422 (1971)

The Prospects of Developing a Grape Industry in India
, Economic Botany 25(4): 451-456 (1971)

Welensali (Croton flavens): Folk Uses and Properties
, Economic Botany 25(4): 457-463 (1971)

Insect Pollination of Cropsby John B. Free
, Economic Botany 25(4): 465-466 (1971)

Fruit and Vegetable Juice Processing Technologyby Donald K. Tressler; Maynard A. Joslyn
, Economic Botany 25(4): 466-467 (1971 )

Utilisation and Taxonomy of the Desert Grass Panicum turgidum
, Economic Botany 26(1): 13-20 (1972)

A Description of Some Quince Cultivars from Western Turkey
, Economic Botany 26(1): 21-31 (1972)

Human Influences on Plant Evolution
, Economic Botany 26(1): 32-43 (1972)

The Trans-Domestication Concept as Applied to Guar
, Economic Botany 26(1): 49-60 (1972)

Recent Trends in Alkaloid Hunting
, Economic Botany 26(1): 61-67 (1972)

Physiology of the Lowbush Blueberry
, Economic Botany 26(1): 68-73 (1972)

A Practical Look at Wood Decay
, Economic Botany 26(1): 85-89 (1972)

Plant Life of South-West Asiaby Peter H. Davis; Peter C. Harper; Ian C. Hedge
, Economic Botany 26(1): 91-92 (1972)

Common Marsh Plants of the United States and Canadaby Neil Hotchkiss
, Economic Botany 26(1): 95-96 (1972)

Allan Cunningham. Botanist and Explorerby W. G. McMinn
, Economic Botany 26(1): 96-97 (1972)

Bald Cypress: Endangered or Expanding Species?
, Economic Botany 26(2): 130-134 (1972)

Cucurbit Seeds: I. Characterizations and Uses of Oils and Proteins. A Review
, Economic Botany 26(2): 135-141 (1972)

Protein Yield of Various Crops as Related to Protein Value
, Economic Botany 26(2): 142-144 (1972)

On the Relation of Harvest Methods to Early Agriculture in the near East
, Economic Botany 26(2): 145-155 (1972)

Pejibaye Palm from the Pacific Coast of Colombia (A Detailed Chemical Analysis)
, Economic Botany 26(2): 156-159 (1972)

Fast-Growing Subtropical Pines as Exotics
, Economic Botany 26(2): 160-168 (1972)

A Reinvestigation of Balanites aegyptiaca as a Source of Steroidal Sapogenins
, Economic Botany 26(2): 169-173 (1972)

Japan's "Laughing Mushrooms"
, Economic Botany 26(2): 174-181 (1972)

Diseases and Pests of Ornamental Plantsby Pascal P. Pirone
, Economic Botany 26(2): 198-199 (1972)

Plant and Lobeline Harvest of Lobelia inflata L
, Economic Botany 26(3): 216-220 (1972)

Ethrel-Induced Ripening of Immature and Mature-Green Tomato Fruits
, Economic Botany 26(3): 238-244 (1972)

Avoid Failures and Losses in the Cultivation of the Cashew
, Economic Botany 26(3): 245-254 (1972)

Screening of Selected West Bengal Plants for Antifungal Activity
, Economic Botany 26(3): 255-259 (1972)

Origin of Mango (Mangifera indica)
, Economic Botany 26(3): 260-264 (1972)

The Partial and Complete Domestication of the Oil Palm (Elaeis guineensis)
, Economic Botany 26(3): 274-279 (1972)

Fruitfulness of Grape Vine Buds
, Economic Botany 26(3): 280-294 (1972)

Guinea Yams: The Botany, Ethnobotany, Use and Possible Future of Yams in West Africa
, Economic Botany 26(4): 301-318 (1972)

The Wild Progenitor and the Place of Origin of the Cultivated Lentil: Lens culinaris
, Economic Botany 26(4): 326-332 (1972)

Diospyros melanoxylon, a Bread-Winner Tree of India
, Economic Botany 26(4): 333-339 (1972)

Datura fastuosa: Its Use in Tsonga Girls' Initiation
, Economic Botany 26(4): 340-351 (1972)

Chemistry of the Aroids I. Dieffenbachia seguine, amoena and picta
, Economic Botany 26(4): 364-372 (1972)

Origin and Genetic Improvement of Indian Cauliflower
, Economic Botany 26(4): 381-393 (1972)

Commercial Timbers of the Worldby F. H. Titmuss
, Economic Botany 26(4): 397-398 (1972 )

Naturally Occurring Insecticidesby Martin Jacobson; Donald G. Crosby
, Economic Botany 26(4): 398-399 (1972)

Mississippi-Grown Marihuana: Cannabis sativa Cultivation and Observed Morphological Variations
, Economic Botany 27(1): 117-127 (1973)

Seed Composition of Hildegardia barteri
, Economic Botany 27(1): 128-130 (1973)

Factors Contributing to the Demise of Tung Production in the United States
, Economic Botany 27(1): 131-136 (1973)

Low-Cost Protein from Cottonseed
, Economic Botany 27(1): 137-140 (1973)

Recognizing Site Adversity and Drought-Sensitive Trees in Stands of Bristlecone Pine (Pinus longaeva)
, Economic Botany 27(1): 141-146 (1973)

An Antivenin, a Pacifier and a Bit of Botanical Sleuthing
, Economic Botany 27(1): 147-150 (1973)

Journey to Ixtlan: The Lessons of Don Juanby Carlos Castaneda
, Economic Botany 27(1): 151-152 (1973)

Man across the Sea. Problems of Pre-Columbian Contactsby Carroll L. Riley; J. Charles Kelley; Campbell W. Pennington; Robert L. Rands
, Economic Botany 27(1): 154-155 (1973)

Some Indigenous Trees and Shrubs Used by Local Fishermen on the East African Coast
, Economic Botany 27(2): 174-192 (1973)

Desert Plant Chemurgy: A Current Review
, Economic Botany 27(2): 210-230 (1973)

Origin and Uses of Ipecac
, Economic Botany 27(2): 231-234 (1973)

The Economic Significance of Cannabis sativa in the Moroccan Rif
, Economic Botany 27(2): 235-240 (1973)

Alkaloids and Ethnobotany of Mexican Peyote Cacti and Related Species
, Economic Botany 27(2): 241-251 (1973)

Biology and Classification of Dwarf Mistletoes (Arceuthobium)by Frank G. Hawksworth; Delbert Wiens
, Economic Botany 27(2): 252-253 (1973)

Hawaiian Herbs of Medicinal Valueby Akaiko Akana
, Economic Botany 27(2): 255-256 (1973)

The Ethnobotany of the Southern Kwakiutl Indians of British Columbia
, Economic Botany 27(3): 257-310 (1973)

Yields of Fungal Protein from Carob Sugars
, Economic Botany 27(3): 311-319 (1973)

The Phylogenesis of Triticum dicoccum: A Reconsideration
, Economic Botany 27(3): 329-331 (1973)

Soh-phlong, Moghania vestita: A Leguminous Root Crop of India
, Economic Botany 27(3): 332-338 (1973)

Distribution of Senna Seymeria (Seymeria cassioides): A Root Parasite on Southern Pines
, Economic Botany 27(3): 339-342 (1973)

The Camotes de Santa Clara
, Economic Botany 27(3): 343-347 (1973)

Phytotoxins in Plant Diseasesby R. K. S. Wood; A. Ballio; A. Graniti
, Economic Botany 27(3): 349-350 (1973)

Morphologie des Vgtaux Vasculaires: Cytologie, Anatomie, Adaptationsby H. Camefort
, Economic Botany 27(3): 351-352 (1973)

Chat: Coffee's Rival from Harar, Ethiopia. I. Botany, Cultivation and Use
, Economic Botany 27(4): 353-377 (1973)

Chat: Coffee's Rival from Harar, Ethiopia. Ii. Chemical Composition
, Economic Botany 27(4): 378-389 (1973)

Wide Hybridization and Cereal Improvement
, Economic Botany 27(4): 401-412 (1973)

Portulacaria afra Jacq.: A Potential Browse Plant
, Economic Botany 27(4): 413-416 (1973)

Some Aspects of Developmental Physiology of the Nigerian Kola (Cola nitida) Fruit
, Economic Botany 27(4): 417-422 (1973)

Shallot Farming in Ghana
, Economic Botany 27(4): 438-441 (1973)

The Importance of the Ethiopian Sorghum Germplasm in the World Sorghum Collection
, Economic Botany 27(4): 442-445 (1973)

Flesh of the Gods: The Ritual Use of Hallucinogensby Peter T. Furst
, Economic Botany 27(4): 446-447 (1973)

Pinheiro Brasileiroby Joo Rodrigues Mattos
, Economic Botany 27(4): 447-448 (1973)

The Domestication and Genetic Erosion of Maize
, Economic Botany 28(1): 31-37 (1974)

Preliminary Observations on the Ethnobotany of the Genus Coix
, Economic Botany 28(1): 38-42 (1974)

Preceramic Transhumance and Andean Food Production
, Economic Botany 28(1): 43-55 (1974)

Interspecific Cotton Breeding
, Economic Botany 28(1): 56-60 (1974)

On the Use of Extracted Anthocyanin as a Food Dye
, Economic Botany 28(1): 61-62 (1974)

Investigation of the Cultivars of the Basils (Ocimum)
, Economic Botany 28(1): 63-67 (1974)

Podophyllum peltatum: May Apple a Potential New Cash-Crop Plant of Eastern North America
, Economic Botany 28(1): 68-72 (1974)

Famine Foods in the Rajasthan Desert
, Economic Botany 28(1): 73-81 (1974)

Histological Structure and Commercial Dehydration Potential of Breadfruit
, Economic Botany 28(1): 82-96 (1974)

Rapeseed. Cultivation, Composition, Processing and Utilizationby L.-. Appelqvist; R. Ohlson
, Economic Botany 28(1): 102-103 (1974)

Manual of the Southeastern Floraby John Kunkel Small
, Economic Botany 28(1): 103-104 (1974)

Wasabi - Native Condiment Plant of Japan
, Economic Botany 28(2): 118-129 (1974)

Stokesia laevis: Taxonomy and Economic Value
, Economic Botany 28(2): 130-135 (1974)

Agronomic and Chemical Evaluation of Selected Sorghums as Sources of Pulp
, Economic Botany 28(2): 136-144 (1974)

Agronomic Survey of Jojoba in California
, Economic Botany 28(2): 160-174 (1974)

The Sweetest Cures
, Economic Botany 28(2): 175-177 (1974)

Chemical Analyses of Seeds Iii: Oil and Protein Content of 1253 Species
, Economic Botany 28(2): 178-236 (1974)

A Flora of the White Mountains, California and Nevadaby Robert M. Lloyd; Richard S. Mitchell
, Economic Botany 28(2): 238-239 (1974)

The Use of Fungi as Food and in Food Processingby William D. Gray
, Economic Botany 28(2): 240-241 (1974)

Forests of Nepalby J. D. A. Stainton
, Economic Botany 28(2): 243-244 (1974)

Tales of Powerby Carlos Castaneda;Las Enseanzas de Don Juanby Carlos Castaneda
, Economic Botany 28(3): 245-246 (1974)

Industrial Gums. Polysaccharides and Their Derivativesby R. L. Whistler
, Economic Botany 28(3): 246+284-285 (1974)

Arboriculture in the Subsistence of Santa Cruz, Solomon Islands
, Economic Botany 28(3): 247-284 (1974)

Drugs and Foods from Little-Known Plants. Notes in Harvard University Herbariaby Siri von Reis Altschul
, Economic Botany 28(3): 285-286 (1974)

Vegetables in South-East Asiaby G. A. C. Herklots
, Economic Botany 28(3): 286+301-302 (1974)

A Wild Ipomoea Species Closely Related to the Sweet Potato
, Economic Botany 28(3): 287-292 (1974)

The Origin and Use of Cannabis in Eastern Asia Linguistic-Cultural Implications
, Economic Botany 28(3): 293-301 (1974)

Los Llanos de Venezuelaby Francisco Tamayo
, Economic Botany 28(3): 302-303 (1974)

Cannabis: A Polytypic Genus
, Economic Botany 28(3): 304-310 (1974)

Some Useful Plants of Early New England
, Economic Botany 28(3): 311-337 (1974)

The Problem of Rice Straw Waste: A Possible Feed through Fermentation
, Economic Botany 28(3): 338-344 (1974)

Forest Ecologyby Stephen H. Spurr; Burton V. Barnes
, Economic Botany 28(3): 345-346 ( 1974)

Early Peyote Research an Interdisciplinary Study
, Economic Botany 28(4): 353-390 (1974)

Economic Plants of Ancient North China as Mentioned in "Shih Ching" (Book of Poetry)
, Economic Botany 28(4): 391-410 (1974)

An Archaeological and Historical Account of Cannabis in China
, Economic Botany 28(4): 437-448 (1974)

Phytochemistryby Lawrence P. Miller
, Economic Botany 28(4): 450-451 (1974)

A Dictionary of the Flowering Plants and Fernsby J. C. Willis
, Economic Botany 29(1): 1-2 (1975)

Cattails (Typha spp.): Weed Problem or Potential Crop?
, Economic Botany 29(1): 7-29 (1975)

Watt's Dictionary: A Landmark in the Study of the Economic Plants of India
, Economic Botany 29(1): 31-38 (1975)

Folk Uses of Plants for Adornment in India
, Economic Botany 29(1): 39-46 (1975)

Yield Components of Sesame (Sesamum Indicum L.) under Different Population Densities
, Economic Botany 29(1): 69-78 (1975)

Studies on the Chromosomes of Solanum Surettense
, Economic Botany 29(1): 79-86 (1975)

Wild Flowers of British Columbiaby Lewis J. Clark
, Economic Botany 29(2): 97-98 (1975)

The Influence of Climate on the Regional Distribution of Nut Crops in Turkey
, Economic Botany 29(2): 108-115 (1975)

Vegetable Oil Replacements for Petroleum Oil Adjuvants in Herbicide Sprays
, Economic Botany 29(2): 146-151 (1975)

Seasonal Fluctuations in Cannabinoid Content of Kansas Marijuana
, Economic Botany 29(2): 153-163 (1975)

The Economics and Distribution of Cannabis sativa in Urban Trinidad
, Economic Botany 29(2): 164-170 (1975)

An Exchange of Botanical Information in the Early Contact Situation: Wisakon of the Southeastern Algonquians
, Economic Botany 29(2): 171-184 (1975)

Flowering in Cultivars of Sesame (Sesamum indicum) Differing in Photoperiodic Sensitivity
, Economic Botany 29(2): 185-191 (1975)

The Dictionary of Useful Plantsby Nelson Coon
, Economic Botany 29(2): 192-193 (1975)

The Indigenous Trees of the Hawaiian Islandsby Joseph F. Rock
, Economic Botany 29(3): 197-198 (1975)

The Prehistoric and Historic Role of the Cool-Season Grasses in the Southwest
, Economic Botany 29(3): 199-207 (1975)

Commiphora mukul: Source of Guggal in Indian Systems of Medicine
, Economic Botany 29(3): 208-218 (1975)

The Cultivated Artichoke: Cynara scolymus Its Probable Wild Ancestors
, Economic Botany 29(3): 233-235 (1975)

Oats in Ethiopia
, Economic Botany 29(3): 238-241 (1975)

The Cubeo Gourd Blackening Process
, Economic Botany 29(3): 242-244 (1975)

The Constituents of Cannabis sativa Pollen
, Economic Botany 29(3): 245-253 (1975)

Nutritional Value of Some Edible Leaves Used in Mozambique
, Economic Botany 29(3): 255-263 (1975)

Collection of Wild Cereals in the Upper Jordan Valley
, Economic Botany 29(3): 264-267 (1975)

Medicinal Plants of the Nekematigi of the Eastern Highlands of New Guinea
, Economic Botany 29(3): 268-277 (1975)

Ethnobotanical Observations on the Cuna Indians
, Economic Botany 29(3): 278-293 (1975)

Root Cropsby D. E. Kay
, Economic Botany 29(4): 297-298 (1975)

Know Your Poisonous Plantsby Wilma R. James
, Economic Botany 29(4): 299-300 (1975)

Pharmacographia Indica. A History of the Principal Drugs of Vegetable Origin Met with in British Indiaby William Dymock
, Economic Botany 29(4): 300-301 (1975)

Food in Historyby Reay Tannahill
, Economic Botany 29(4): 302-303 (1975)

The Book of Flowersby Alice M. Coats
, Economic Botany 29(4): 303-304 (1975)

Bush Medicine in the Exumas and Long Island, Bahamas: A Field Study
, Economic Botany 29(4): 307-332 (1975)

Cultivars of Chinese Gooseberry (Actinidia chinensis) in New Zealand
, Economic Botany 29(4): 357-360 (1975)

Chemurgy of Sapotaceous Plants: Madhuca Species of India
, Economic Botany 29(4): 380-389 (1975)

Plant Propagation: Principles and Practicesby D. E. Kester; H. T. Hartmann
, Economic Botany 29(4): 391-392 (1975)

Seeds of Woody Plants in the United Statesby C. S. Schopmeyer
, Economic Botany 29(4): 393-394 (1975)

Palms of Malayaby T. C. Whitmore
, Economic Botany 29(4): 394-395 (1975)

Dangerous Plants, Snakes, Arthropods and Marine Life of Texasby Michael D. Ellis
, Economic Botany 29(4): 397-399 (1975)

The Sugar Caneby A. C. Barnes
, Economic Botany 30(1): 7-8 (1976)

Tomato Production, Processing and Quality Evaluationby Wilbur A. Gould
, Economic Botany 30(1): 9-10 (1976)

The Genus Panax (Ginseng) in Chinese Medicine
, Economic Botany 30(1): 11-28 (1976)

Growth of Water Hyacinths in Treated Sewage Effluent
, Economic Botany 30(1): 29-37 (1976)

Aquatic Weeds: Eradicate or Cultivate?
, Economic Botany 30(1): 39-50 (1976)

Accumulation of Dry Matter, Nitrogen and Phosphorus by Cultivated Water Hyacinths
, Economic Botany 30(1): 51-56 (1976)

Hallucinogenic Snuff Drugs of the Yanomamo Caburiwe-Teri in the Cauaburi River, Brazil
, Economic Botany 30(1): 57-66 (1976)

Response of Some Tropical and Subtropical Fruits to Pre- and Post- Harvest Applications of Ethephon
, Economic Botany 30(1): 67-80 (1976)

Some Observations on Grape Growing in the Republic of South Africa
, Economic Botany 30(1): 81-93 (1976)

Commercial Vegetable Processingby B. S. Luh; J. G. Woodruff
, Economic Botany 30(2): 98-99 (1976)

Small Fruit Cultureby James S. Shoemaker
, Economic Botany 30(2): 99-100 (1976)

Some Folk Medicinal Plants from Trinidad
, Economic Botany 30(2): 103-142 (1976)

The Sacred Groves of Western Ghats in India
, Economic Botany 30(2): 152-160 (1976)

Survey of Argentine Medicinal Plants: Folklore and Phytochemical - Screening. Ii
, Economic Botany 30(2): 161-185 (1976)

Agronomic Evaluation of Prospective New Crop Species. V. Jarilla chocola: A Proteinase Source
, Economic Botany 30(3): 189-192 (1976)

Agronomic Evaluation of Prospective New Crop Species. Vi. Briza humilis: Source of Galactolipids
, Economic Botany 30(3): 193-197 (1976)

Medicinal Plants of the Ainu
, Economic Botany 30(3): 209-217 (1976)

Fungal Fermentation of Peanut Press Cake
, Economic Botany 30(3): 227-234 (1976)

The Use of Hallucinogenic Mushrooms for Diagnostic Purposes among Some Highland Chinantecs
, Economic Botany 30(3): 235-248 (1976)

Leren (Calathea allouia), a Little Known Tuberous Root Crop of the Caribbean
, Economic Botany 30(3): 249-256 (1976)

Peoples and Food in Western Guatemala
, Economic Botany 30(3): 281-283 (1976)

Isolation and Partial Characterization of Soluble Alfalfa Proteins
, Economic Botany 30(3): 285-290 (1976)

Problems Created by Fungus-Infected Corn Shipped to Swine Feeders in the Southern United States
, Economic Botany 30(3): 291-294 (1976)

Characterization of the Volatile Compounds of Diospyros blancoi
, Economic Botany 30(4): 313-316 (1976)

Antimicrobial Activity of Some Indian Plants
, Economic Botany 30(4): 317-320 (1976)

Contributions of Wild Relatives of Maize to the Evolutionary History of Domesticated Maize: A Synthesis of Divergent Hypotheses I
, Economic Botany 30(4): 321-345 (1976)

Some Insights into the Application of Science to Agriculture in the Soviet Union
, Economic Botany 30(4): 347-359 (1976)

Agronomic Evaluation of Datura candida: A New Source of Hyoscine
, Economic Botany 30(4): 361-369 (1976)

The Antifungal Substance of Rose Flowers (Rosa indica)
, Economic Botany 30(4): 371-374 (1976)

Economic Plants in a Rural Nigerian Market
, Economic Botany 30(4): 375-381 (1976)

Estimated Values for Selected Water Hyacinth By-Products
, Economic Botany 30(4): 383-387 (1976)

The Effect of Photoperiodism on the Growth and the Essential Oil of Ocimum basilicum (Sweet Basil)
, Economic Botany 30(4): 389-393 (1976)

Plants of the Northeastern United States That Produce Cyanogenic Compounds
, Economic Botany 30(4): 395-407 (1976)

Amino Acid Profiles of Cassava Seeds (Manihot esculenta)
, Economic Botany 30(4): 419-423 (1976)

Tropical Pulsesby J. Smartt
, Economic Botany 31(1): 2-3 (1977)

The Herbal or General History of Plantsby Thomas Johnson
, Economic Botany 31(1): 5-6 (1977)

Cultivated Plants of Iraq and Their Importanceby Syed Mushraq Husain; Mahmood Haj Kasim
, Economic Botany 31(1): 6-7 (1977)

The Vascular Plants of South Dakotaby Theodore Van Bruggen
, Economic Botany 31(1): 7-8 (1977)

A Literature Review of Phaseolus angularis: The Adsuki Bean
, Economic Botany 31(1): 9-15 (1977)

On the Use of Tagetes lucida and Nicotiana rustica as a Huichol Smoking Mixture: The Aztec "Yahutli" with Suggestive Hallucinogenic Effects
, Economic Botany 31(1): 16-23 (1977)

The Antibacterial Screening of Some Common Ornamental Plants
, Economic Botany 31(1): 28-37 (1977)

Seed Propagation of Dioscoreophyllum cumminsii, Source of an Intense Natural Sweetener
, Economic Botany 31(1): 47-50 (1977)

Centres of Origin of Crops and Their Productivity
, Economic Botany 31(1): 51-54 (1977)

A Comparative Study of Yield Components and Quality of Common Indian Bast Fibres
, Economic Botany 31(1): 55-60 (1977)

A Note on Germ Plasm Diversity in the World Collections of Safflower
, Economic Botany 31(1): 72-75 (1977)

Ascorbic Acid and Vitamin A Content of Edible Wild Plants of Ohio and Kentucky
, Economic Botany 31(1): 76-79 (1977)

Notes concerning Use of Solandra among the Huichol
, Economic Botany 31(1): 80-86 (1977)

The Genetics of Algaeby Ralph A. Lewin
, Economic Botany 31(2): 89-90 (1977)

Montana. Native Plants and Early Peoplesby Jeff Hart
, Economic Botany 31(2): 90-91 (1977)

Hallucinogens and Cultureby Peter T. Furst
, Economic Botany 31(2): 91-92 (1977)

Secondary Pollen Types Characteristic of Louisiana Honeys
, Economic Botany 31(2): 111-119 (1977)

Solanum mammosum as a Source of Solasodine in the Lowland Tropics
, Economic Botany 31(2): 120-128 (1977)

Anatomy of Jojoba (Simmondsia chinensis) Seed and the Utilization of Liquid Wax during Germination
, Economic Botany 31(2): 140-147 (1977)

The Effect of Hydrogen Fluoride on Two Pigments in Coleus
, Economic Botany 31(2): 148-152 (1977)

The Occurrence of Blanks in the Filbert Corylus avellana L. and Possible Causes
, Economic Botany 31(2): 153-159 (1977)

A Ginseng Farm in Lawrence County, Tennessee
, Economic Botany 31(2): 160-162 (1977)

The Morphology and Domestication of Pearl Millet
, Economic Botany 31(2): 163-174 (1977)

Prickly Pear Farming in the Santa Clara Valley, California
, Economic Botany 31(2): 175-179 (1977)

Origin, Ethnobotany and Agricultural Potential of the Winged Bean: Psophocarpus tetragonolobus
, Economic Botany 31(2): 180-188 (1977)

A Useful Pathological Condition of Wood
, Economic Botany 31(2): 222-224 (1977)

Merremia discoidesperma: Its Taxonomy and Capacity of Its Seeds for Ocean Drifting
, Economic Botany 31(2): 237-252 (1977)

Hybridization of Maize and Teosinte, in Mexico and Guatemala and the Improvement of Maize
, Economic Botany 31(3): 254-293 (1977)

Cardiotonic Glycosides from the Latex of Naucleopsis mello-barretoi, a Dart-Poison Plant from North-West Brazil
, Economic Botany 31(3): 307-311 (1977)

Onion Farming in Ghana
, Economic Botany 31(3): 312-314 (1977)

The Avocados, a Synopsis of the Genus Persea, subg. Persea
, Economic Botany 31(3): 315-320 (1977)

Job's-Tears (Coix lacryma-jobi): A Minor Food and Fodder Crop of Northeastern India
, Economic Botany 31(3): 358-366 (1977)

Mushrooms in Yoruba Mythology and Medicinal Practices
, Economic Botany 31(3): 367-371 (1977)

The Origin and Early Development of Straw Mushroom Cultivation
, Economic Botany 31(3): 374-376 (1977)

Pyotr Mikhailovich Zhukovskii: A Distinguished Soviet Scholar and Plant Scientist
, Economic Botany 31(4): 432-435 (1977)

The Sorghums of Ethiopia
, Economic Botany 31(4): 446-460 (1977)

Economic Importance of Black Tree Lichen (Bryoria fremontii) to the Indians of Western North America
, Economic Botany 31(4): 461-470 (1977)

The Races of Maize V: Grouping Maize Races on the Basis of Ear Morphology
, Economic Botany 31(4): 471-481 (1977)

Teparies in Southwestern North America: A Biogeographical and Ethnohistorical Study of Phaseolus acutifolius
, Economic Botany 32(1): 2-19 (1978)

Peasant Use of Some Wild Plants on the Island of Pantelleria, Sicily
, Economic Botany 32(1): 20-26 (1978)

Spontaneous Tetraploidy in Apomictic Seedlings of Citrus
, Economic Botany 32(1): 27-45 (1978)

The Production of Pulp from Marsh Grass
, Economic Botany 32(1): 46-50 (1978)

Evolution in Indigenous West African Rice
, Economic Botany 32(1): 59-64 (1978)

The Feral Buffalo Gourd, Cucurbita foetidissima
, Economic Botany 32(1): 87-95 (1978)

The World's Worst Weedsby LeRoy G. Holm; Donald L. Plucknett; Juan V. Pancho; James P. Herberger
, Economic Botany 32(1): 96-97 (1978)

Higher Basidiomycetes of the Steppe Zone of the Ukraine. Boletales, Agaricales, Russulales, Aphyllophoralesby S. P. Wasser; E. M. Soldatova
, Economic Botany 32(1): 98-99 (1978)

Seeds and Fruits of Plants of Eastern Canada and Northern United Statesby F. H. Montgomery
, Economic Botany 32(1): 99-100 (1978)

Origins of African Plant Domesticationby Jack R. Harlan; Jan M. J. DeWet; Ann B. L. Stemler
, Economic Botany 32(1): 100-101 (1978)

Epiphytic Lichens and Air Pollution in the Netherlandsby Toke de Wit;Epiphytische Flechten als Bioindikatoren der Luftverunreinigungby Peter Jrging
, Economic Botany 32(1): 101-102 (1978)

The Shoot Apex and Leaf Growthby R. F. Williams
, Economic Botany 32(1): 103-104 (1978)

Economic Botany in Epidemiology
, Economic Botany 32(2): 111-116 (1978)

The Cedars of Lebanon: Witnesses of History
, Economic Botany 32(2): 118-123 (1978)

Huaco and Amole: A Survey of the Uses of Manfreda and Prochnyanthes
, Economic Botany 32(2): 124-130 (1978)

Indigenous Agriculture on Uvea (Western Polynesia)
, Economic Botany 32(2): 157-181 (1978)

Citron Melon for Cash and Condiment
, Economic Botany 32(2): 182-184 (1978)

The Evolution of Pulse Crops
, Economic Botany 32(2): 185-198 (1978)

Wild Kenaf, Hibiscus cannabinus L. (Malvaceae), and Related Species in Kenya and Tanzania
, Economic Botany 32(2): 199-204 (1978)

Potatoes: Production, Storing, Processingby Ora Smith
, Economic Botany 32(2): 205-206 (1978)

Vascular Plants of British Columbia. A Descriptive Resource Inventoryby Roy L. Taylor; Bruce MacBryde
, Economic Botany 32(2): 209-210 (1978)

A Garden of Pleasant Flowers. Paradisi in Sole. Paradisus Terrestrisby John Parkinson
, Economic Botany 32(2): 211-212 (1978)

The Mushroom Stones of Mesoamericaby Karl Herbert Mayer
, Economic Botany 32(3): 217-218 (1978)

Manual of the Vascular Plants of Wyomingby Robert D. Dorn
, Economic Botany 32(3): 293+296+345-346 (1978)

Manna from Astragalus ascendens: A Rich Source of Fructose
, Economic Botany 32(3): 294-296 (1978)

Conservation of the Genetic Resources of Cassava (Manihot esculenta): Determination of Wild Species Localities with Emphasis on Probable Origin
, Economic Botany 32(3): 311-320 (1978)

Grasses of Southern Africaby Lucy K. A. Chippindall; A. O. Crook
, Economic Botany 32(3): 346-347 (1978)

Chemotaxonomy of Cannabis I. Crossbreeding between Cannabis sativa and C. ruderalis, with Analysis of Cannabinoid Content
, Economic Botany 32(4): 387-394 (1978)

Anatomy of Seed Plantsby Katherine Esau
, Economic Botany 32(4): 437-438 (1978)

Mesquite. Its Biology in Two Desert Scrub Ecosystemsby B. B. Simpson
, Economic Botany 32(4): 439-440 (1978)

Extinction Is Forever. The Status of Threatened and Endangered Plants of the Americasby Ghillean T. Prance; Thomas S. Elias
, Economic Botany 32(4): 441-442 (1978)

Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) Productivity and Harvesting Studies
, Economic Botany 33(1): 1-10 (1979)

Amazonian Oil Palms of Promise: A Survey
, Economic Botany 33(1): 11-28 (1979)

Medicine and Magic in Central Tigre: A Contribution to the Ethnobotany of the Ethiopian Plateau
, Economic Botany 33(1): 29-34 (1979)

Some Indigenous Plants Used Domestically by East African Coastal Fishermen
, Economic Botany 33(1): 35-51 (1979)

Thermophilic Fungi and the Deterioration of Nigerian Oil Palm Kernels
, Economic Botany 33(1): 58-62 (1979)

Petitgrain from Citrus aurantium: Essential Oil of Paraguay
, Economic Botany 33(1): 63-71 (1979)

The Flavoring Compound of the Leaves of Pandanus amaryllifolius
, Economic Botany 33(1): 72-74 (1979)

Studies on Indian Solanum I. Alkaloid Content and Detection of Solasodine
, Economic Botany 33(1): 75-77 (1979)

Alcoholic Beveragesby A. H. Rose
, Economic Botany 33(1): 90-91 (1979)

A Checklist of Names of 3,000 Vascular Plants of Economic Importanceby E. Terrell
, Economic Botany 33(1): 92-93 (1979)

Conservation of Threatened Plantsby J. B. Simmons; R. I. Beyer; P. E. Brandham; G. Ll. Lucas; V. T. H. Parry
, Economic Botany 33(1): 93-94 (1979)

Major Medicinal Plants: Botany, Culture and Usesby Julia F. Morton
, Economic Botany 33(1): 95-96 (1979)

Plant Tissue Culture and Its Bio-Technological Applicationby W. Barz; E. Reihard; M. H. Zenk
, Economic Botany 33(1): 97-98 (1979)

The Poisonous Plants in New Zealandby H. E. Connor
, Economic Botany 33(1): 99-100 (1979)

Diseases of Maize in the Wet Lowland Tropics and the Collapse of the Classic Maya Civilization
, Economic Botany 33(2): 101-118 (1979)

The History and Use of Milkweed (Asclepias syriaca L.)
, Economic Botany 33(2): 119-123 (1979)

Greenhouse Propagation of Cannabis sativa L. by Vegetative Cuttings
, Economic Botany 33(2): 124-127 (1979)

A Classification of the Stages in the Growth Cycle of the Cultivated Paddy Straw Mushroom (Volvariella volvacea Singer) and Its Commercial Importance
, Economic Botany 33(2): 163-171 (1979)

Uses and Potential Uses of Leguminous Trees for Minimal Energy Input Agriculture
, Economic Botany 33(2): 172-184 (1979)

Medicinal Plants of Nepal: Retrospects and Prospects
, Economic Botany 33(2): 185-198 (1979)

Pre-Columbian Tobaccos in the Pacific
, Economic Botany 33(2): 213-226 (1979)

Ophelia's Herbal
, Economic Botany 33(2): 227-232 (1979)

Onycha, Ingredient of the Ancient Jewish Incense: An Attempt at Identification
, Economic Botany 33(2): 233-236 (1979)

The Rabbiteye Blueberry Industry in Florida-1887 to 1930: With Notes on the Current Status of Abandoned Plantations
, Economic Botany 33(2): 237-243 (1979)

Health Plants of the World. Atlas of Medicinal Plantsby Francesco Bianchini; Francesco Corbetta; M. A. Dsjey
, Economic Botany 33(2): 244-245 (1979)

The Hawai'i Garden: Tropical Shrubsby Horace F. Clay; James C. Hubbard
, Economic Botany 33(2): 245-246 (1979)

The Hawai'i Garden: Tropical Exoticsby Horace F. Clay; James C. Hubbard
, Economic Botany 33(2): 246-247 (1979)

Plant Geography with Special Reference to North Americaby Rexford Daubenmire
, Economic Botany 33(2): 247-248 (1979)

Ecology Field Glossary. A Naturalist's Vocabularyby Walter H. Lewis
, Economic Botany 33(2): 248-249 (1979)

Teonancatl. Hallucinogenic Mushrooms of North Americaby Jonathon Ott; Jeremy Bigwood
, Economic Botany 33(2): 249-250 (1979)

La Batata (Camote). Estudio de la Planta y su Produccin Commercialby Fausto Folquer
, Economic Botany 33(2): 250-251 (1979)

Medicines from the Earthby W. A. R. Thomson
, Economic Botany 33(2): 252-253 (1979)

Palm Sago. A Tropical Starch from Marginal Landsby Kenneth Ruddle; Dennis Johnson; Patricia K. Townsend; John D. Rees
, Economic Botany 33(2): 253-254 (1979)

Biotechnology and Fungal Differentiationby J. Meyrath; J. D. Bu'lock
, Economic Botany 33(2): 254-255 (1979)

Manual of Woody Landscape Plants: Their Identification, Ornamental Characteristics, Culture, Propagation and Usesby Michael A. Dirr
, Economic Botany 33(2): 255-256 (1979)

The Amazonia as a Source of New Economic Plants
, Economic Botany 33(3): 259-266 (1979)

Variation in Limnanthes alba: A Biosystematic Survey of Germ Plasm Resources
, Economic Botany 33(3): 267-274 (1979)

Prehistoric Cultivated Cucurbits from the Viru Valley, Peru
, Economic Botany 33(3): 275-279 (1979)

Seed Dispersal in Relation to the Domestication of Middle East Legumes
, Economic Botany 33(3): 284-289 (1979)

Improvement of Minor (Umbelliferous) Spices in India
, Economic Botany 33(3): 290-297 (1979)

Peach Cultivation and Use among the Canyon de Chelly Navajo
, Economic Botany 33(3): 298-310 (1979)

Dissemination of Soybeans (Glycine max): Seed Protein Electrophoresis Profiles among Japanese Cultivars
, Economic Botany 33(3): 311-319 (1979)

Chewing Stick Usage in Southern Ghana
, Economic Botany 33(3): 320-328 (1979)

Aquatic Weed Control versus Utilisation
, Economic Botany 33(3): 340-346 (1979)

Man and the Water Hyacinthby Godofredo G. Monsod, Jr
, Economic Botany 33(3): 347-348 (1979)

Current Aspects of Food Colorantsby Thomas E. Furia
, Economic Botany 33(3): 348-349 (1979)

The Tropical Tuber Crops: Yams, Cassava, Sweet Potato and Cocoyamsby I. C. Onwueme
, Economic Botany 33(3): 350-351 (1979)

Harvest of the Palm. Ecological Change in Eastern Indonesiaby James J. Fox
, Economic Botany 33(3): 351-352 (1979)

Microbial Ecologyby M. W. Loutit; J. A. R. Miles
, Economic Botany 33(3): 353-354 (1979)

The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Trees: Timbers and Forests of the Worldby Herbert Edlin
, Economic Botany 33(3): 356-357 (1979)

Rust Fungi on Legumes and Composites in North Americaby George B. Cummins
, Economic Botany 33(3): 358-359 (1979)

Economic Botany of the Guahibo. I. Palmae
, Economic Botany 33(4): 361-376 (1979)

Plight of Plant-Drug Research in the United States Today
, Economic Botany 33(4): 377-383 (1979)

Evidence for Bracken Fern as a Food for Aboriginal Peoples of Western Washington
, Economic Botany 33(4): 384-396 (1979)

Use of Indigenous Plants as Fish Poisons in Samoa
, Economic Botany 33(4): 397-399 (1979)

Temperature Effects on Essential Oil Composition of Citronella Selections
, Economic Botany 33(4): 425-430 (1979)

Floral Morphology of Wild and Cultivated Cowpeas
, Economic Botany 33(4): 442-447 (1979)

Diversity of Food Beans in Kenya
, Economic Botany 33(4): 448-454 (1979)

Mycology for the Clinical Laboratoryby Gary S. Moore; Douglas M. Jaciow
, Economic Botany 33(4): 455-456 (1979)

Cultivation and Utilisation of Medicinal and Aromatic Plantsby C. K. Atal; B. M. Kapur
, Economic Botany 33(4): 456-457 (1979)

Plant Systematicsby Samuel B. Jones,; Arlene E. Luchsinger
, Economic Botany 33(4): 457-458 (1979)

Hallucinogens, Shamanism and Modern Lifeby Jonathan Ott
, Economic Botany 33(4): 458-459 (1979)

Marine Mycology: The Higher Fungiby Jan Kohlmeyer; Erika Kohlmeyer
, Economic Botany 33(4): 459-460 (1979)

Tropical Plants of Taiwan in Colourby Feng-Chi Ho
, Economic Botany 33(4): 461-462 (1979)

Utilization, Potential, and Conservation of Agathis, a Genus of Tropical Asian Conifers
, Economic Botany 34(1): 1-12 (1980)

Attempts to Hybridize Wild Manihot Species with Cassava
, Economic Botany 34(1): 13-15 (1980)

Botanical Aspects of Commercial Sage
, Economic Botany 34(1): 16-19 (1980)

Development of Agriculture in Europe and the near East: Evidence from Quantitative Studies
, Economic Botany 34(1): 51-67 (1980)

Wild Beans of the Greater Southwest: Phaseolus metcalfei and P. ritensis
, Economic Botany 34(1): 68-85 (1980)

Tropische Nutzpflanzen: Ursprung, Evolution und Domestikationby Heinz Brcher
, Economic Botany 34(1): 86-88 (1980)

Biosystematics in Agricultureby John A. Romberger
, Economic Botany 34(1): 88-89 (1980)

Microbiology of Food Fermentationsby Carl S. Pederson
, Economic Botany 34(1): 91-92 (1980)

Cacti Naturalised in Australia and Their Controlby John Mann
, Economic Botany 34(1): 92-93 (1980)

Tree Nuts: Production, Processing, Productsby Jasper Guy Woodruff
, Economic Botany 34(1): 93-94 (1980)

Eskimo Uses of Artemisia tilesii (Compositae)
, Economic Botany 34(2): 97-100 (1980)

Azolla: Botany, Physiology, and Use as a Green Manure
, Economic Botany 34(2): 111-153 (1980)

Jackfruit, Artocarpus heterophyllus (Moraceae), as Source of Food and Income
, Economic Botany 34(2): 154-159 (1980)

Two Samoan Technologies for Breadfruit and Banana Preservation
, Economic Botany 34(2): 181-185 (1980)

Fungitoxic Activity of Some Essential Oils
, Economic Botany 34(2): 186-190 (1980)

Plants of the Chicago Regionby Floyd Swink; Gerould Wilhelm
, Economic Botany 34(2): 191-192 (1980)

Coconuts: Production, Processing, Productsby Jasper Guy Woodroof
, Economic Botany 34(2): 192-193 (1980)

Cashewby M. K. Nair; E. V. V. Bhaskara Rao; K. K. N. Nambiar; M. C. Nambiar
, Economic Botany 34(2): 195-196 (1980)

Plantas Medicinales de Costa Rica y su Folcloreby Esteban Nuez Melndez
, Economic Botany 34(2): 196-197 (1980)

Seeds and Other Diaspores in Medieval Layers from Svendborgby Hans Arne Jensen
, Economic Botany 34(2): 198-199 (1980)

Biochemical Systematics and Evolution of Zea, Tripsacum and Related Genera
, Economic Botany 34(3): 201-218 (1980)

Evolution and Evolutionary Problems in Food Legumes
, Economic Botany 34(3): 219-235 (1980)

Rice Bean: Tribal Pulse of Eastern India
, Economic Botany 34(3): 260-263 (1980)

Ethnobotany of the Mikirs of India
, Economic Botany 34(3): 264-272 (1980)

Drumstick (Moringa oleifera): A Multipurpose Indian Vegetable
, Economic Botany 34(3): 276-283 (1980)

Antibiotic Activity of Pteridophytes
, Economic Botany 34(3): 284-298 (1980)

Striga (A Noxious Root Parasitic Weed)by M. M. Hosmani
, Economic Botany 34(3): 304-305 (1980)

The Illustrated Flora of Illinois. Flowering Plants: Willows to Mustardsby Robert H. Mohlenbrock
, Economic Botany 34(3): 306-307 (1980)

Collecting Cultivated and Wild Cucurbits in Mexico
, Economic Botany 34(4): 312-319 (1980)

Nonfood Uses of Plants in Usambara
, Economic Botany 34(4): 320-333 (1980)

Solanum ajanhuiri: An Important Diploid Potato Cultivated in the Andean Altiplano
, Economic Botany 34(4): 335-343 (1980)

Analysis of an Archaeological Maize Kernel Cache from Manabi Province, Ecuador
, Economic Botany 34(4): 344-351 (1980)

Nutritive Value of Indian Bread-Root, Squaw-Root, and Jerusalem Artichoke
, Economic Botany 34(4): 352-357 (1980)

Geocarpa Groundnut (Kerstingiella geocarpa) in Ghana
, Economic Botany 34(4): 358-361 (1980)

Manufacture of Mescal in Sonora, Mexico
, Economic Botany 34(4): 391-400 (1980)

Carbonized Food Plants of Pompeii, Herculaneum, and the Villa at Torre Annunziata
, Economic Botany 34(4): 401-437 (1980)

Agricultural Ecology. An Analysis of World Food Production Systemsby George W. Cox; Michael D. Atkins
, Economic Botany 34(4): 439-440 (1980)

A Geographical Atlas of World Weedsby Leroy Holm; Juan V. Pancho; James P. Herberger; Donald L. Plucknett
, Economic Botany 34(4): 441-443 (1980)

Botanical Dermatology: Plants and Products Injurious to the Skinby John Mitchell; Arthur Rook
, Economic Botany 34(4): 444-446 (1980)

Coffee Technologyby Michael Sivetz; Norman W. Desrosier
, Economic Botany 34(4): 448-450 (1980)

Ethnobotany of Meghalaya: Medicinal Plants Used by Khasi and Garo Tribes
, Economic Botany 35(1): 4-9 (1981)

Soybean Seed Protein Electrophoresis Profiles from 15 Asian Countries or Regions: Hypotheses on Paths of Dissemination of Soybeans from China
, Economic Botany 35(1): 10-23 (1981)

Osage Orange (Maclura pomifera): History and Economic Uses
, Economic Botany 35(1): 24-41 (1981)

History and Utilization of Rosa damascena
, Economic Botany 35(1): 42-58 (1981)

Variations in Composition of Peppermint Oil in Relation to Production Areas
, Economic Botany 35(1): 59-69 (1981)

Dynamics of Andean Potato Agriculture
, Economic Botany 35(1): 70-88 (1981)

Effects of Aloe Extracts on Human Normal and Tumor Cells in Vitro
, Economic Botany 35(1): 89-95 (1981)

Ethnobotany of the Turkana: Use of Plants by a Pastoral People and Their Livestock in Kenya
, Economic Botany 35(1): 96-130 (1981)

Soybean Physiology, Agronomy, and Utilizationby A. Geoffrey Norman
, Economic Botany 35(1): 134-135 (1981)

Lehrbuch der Pflanzenphysiologieby H. Mohr; P. Schopfer
, Economic Botany 35(1): 135-136 (1981)

Tree Ecology and Preservationby A. Bernatzky
, Economic Botany 35(1): 136-137 (1981)

Toxic Plantsby A. Douglas Kinghorn
, Economic Botany 35(1): 137-138 (1981)

Tropical Botanyby Kai Larsen; Lauritz B. Holm-Nielsen
, Economic Botany 35(1): 140-141 (1981)

Tropical Fruitsby J. A. Samson
, Economic Botany 35(1): 143-144 (1981)

Bedouin Plant Utilization in Sinai and the Negev
, Economic Botany 35(2): 145-162 (1981)

Uses of Tree Legumes in Semiarid Regions
, Economic Botany 35(2): 174-186 (1981)

Variation within Teosinte. I. Numerical Analysis of Morphological Data
, Economic Botany 35(2): 187-203 (1981)

Recognition Mechanisms and Infection Process in Legumes
, Economic Botany 35(2): 204-223 (1981)

Energy from Vascular Plant Wastewater Treatment Systems
, Economic Botany 35(2): 224-232 (1981)

Domesticated Chenopodium of the Ozark Bluff Dwellers
, Economic Botany 35(2): 233-239 (1981)

What Is the Origin of the Common Bean?
, Economic Botany 35(2): 240-254 (1981)

Stress Physiology in Crop Plantsby Harry Mussell; Richard C. Staples
, Economic Botany 35(2): 255-256 (1981)

Grass Weeds in World Agriculture. Identification in the Flowerless Stateby Siegfried Behrendt; Martin Hanf;Identifying Seedling and Mature Weeds Common in the Southeastern United Statesby Jon M. Stucky
, Economic Botany 35(2): 256-257 (1981)

A Dictionary of Botanyby R. John Little; C. Eugene Jones
, Economic Botany 35(2): 257-258 (1981)

Percentage Digestible Dry Matter and Crude Protein in Dried Aquatic Weeds
, Economic Botany 35(3): 296-299 (1981)

Diseases of Chickpea, Lentil, Pigeon Pea, and Tepary Bean in Continental United States and Puerto Rico
, Economic Botany 35(3): 300-320 (1981)

Toxic Constituents of Legume Forage Plants
, Economic Botany 35(3): 321-355 (1981)

The Wondrous Mushroom. Mycolatry in Mesoamericaby R. Gordon Wasson
, Economic Botany 35(3): 363-365 (1981)

Plants of the Gods. Origins of Hallucinogenic Useby R. E. Schultes; A. Hofmann
, Economic Botany 35(3): 366-367 (1981)

Botanochemicals: Supplements to Petrochemicals
, Economic Botany 35(4): 369-382 (1981)

Feeding and Trapping Fish with Piper auritum
, Economic Botany 35(4): 383-390 (1981)

Woody Biomass Potential of the Chinese Tallow Tree
, Economic Botany 35(4): 391-397 (1981)

Vegetative Fallows and Potential Value of the Neem Tree (Azadirachta indica) in the Tropics
, Economic Botany 35(4): 398-414 (1981)

Vegetation and Man in the Basin of Mexico
, Economic Botany 35(4): 415-433 (1981)

Tendu (Diospyros melanoxylon) Leaves, Bidi Cigarettes, and Resource Management
, Economic Botany 35(4): 450-459 (1981)

Calotropis procera as a Source of Plant Hydrocarbons
, Economic Botany 35(4): 467-472 (1981)

Ferns and Fern Allies of Kentuckyby Ray Cranfill
, Economic Botany 35(4): 475-476 (1981)

Rice in Africaby I. W. Buddenhagen; G. J. Persley
, Economic Botany 35(4): 476-477 (1981)

Horticultural Scienceby Jules Janick
, Economic Botany 35(4): 477-478 (1981)

The Gourd Bookby Charles B. Heiser,
, Economic Botany 35(4): 481-482 (1981)

Tropical and Subtropical Fruits. Composition, Properties and Usesby Steven Nagy; Philip E. Shaw
, Economic Botany 35(4): 483-484 (1981)

Research under Pressure
, Economic Botany 36(1): 4-11 (1982)

Traditional Cassava-Based Foods: Survey of Processing Techniques
, Economic Botany 36(1): 12-45 (1982)

Roses in the Middle Ages
, Economic Botany 36(1): 71-83 (1982)

Domestication Process of Maize Continues in Guatemala
, Economic Botany 36(1): 84-99 (1982)

Variation within Teosinte. Ii. Numerical Analysis of Chromosome Knob Data
, Economic Botany 36(1): 100-112 (1982)

Electrophoretic and Immunological Characterization of Pollen Protein of Zea mays Races
, Economic Botany 36(1): 113-123 (1982)

Sorghum and the Millets: Their Composition and Nutritive Valueby J. H. Hulse; C. M. Laing; O. E. Pearson
, Economic Botany 36(1): 125-126 (1982)

The Natural History of the Cotton Tribe (Malvaceae, Tribe Gossypieae)by Paul A. Fryxell
, Economic Botany 36(1): 126-127 (1982)

Relationships of Amaranthus caudatus
, Economic Botany 36(2): 129-146 (1982)

Asian Medicinal Plants in Seventeenth Century French Literature
, Economic Botany 36(2): 147-162 (1982)

Vitamin C in Sea Fennel (Crithmum maritimum), an Edible Wild Plant
, Economic Botany 36(2): 163-165 (1982)

Brosimum alicastrum (Moraceae): Uses and Potential in Mexico
, Economic Botany 36(2): 166-175 (1982)

Ethnobotanical Studies in Nagaland. I. Medicinal Plants
, Economic Botany 36(2): 176-181 (1982)

Archaeological Potato Tuber Remains from the Casma Valley of Peru
, Economic Botany 36(2): 182-192 (1982)

Industrial Gums from Plants: Guar and Chia
, Economic Botany 36(2): 195-202 (1982)

Ethnobotany and Progressive Domestication of Jaltomata (Solanaceae) in Mexico and Central America
, Economic Botany 36(2): 225-241 (1982)

Weeds of Queenslandby H. E. Kleinschmidt; R. W. Johnson
, Economic Botany 36(2): 256-257 (1982)

Plants and Islandsby D. Bramwell
, Economic Botany 36(2): 257-258 (1982)

Pollen, Parched Seeds and Prehistory: A Pilot Investigation of Prehistoric Plant Remains from Salmon Ruin, a Chacoan Pueblo in Northwestern New Mexicoby Karen R. Adams
, Economic Botany 36(2): 258-259 (1982)

Useful Wild Plants in Australiaby A. B. Cribb; J. W. Cribb
, Economic Botany 36(2): 259-260 (1982)

Guitarrero Cave. Early Man in the Andesby Thomas F. Lynch
, Economic Botany 36(2): 260-261 (1982)

Wheat Science: Today and Tomorrowby L. T. Evans; W. J. Peacock
, Economic Botany 36(2): 261-262 (1982)

Operculina turpethum (Convolvulaceae) as a Medicinal Plant in Asia
, Economic Botany 36(3): 265-269 (1982)

Preliminary Host Ranges of Some Strains of Economically Important Broomrapes (Orobanche)
, Economic Botany 36(3): 270-273 (1982)

Parallel Usage of Medicinal Plants by Africans and Their Caribbean Descendants
, Economic Botany 36(3): 291-301 (1982)

Alternate Industrial Feedstocks from Agriculture
, Economic Botany 36(3): 302-312 (1982)

Economic Aspects of the Malvaceae in Australia
, Economic Botany 36(3): 313-322 (1982)

Survey of Biocrude-Producing Plants from the Southwest
, Economic Botany 36(3): 323-339 (1982)

Okra, Potential Multiple-Purpose Crop for the Temperate Zones and Tropics
, Economic Botany 36(3): 340-345 (1982)

Experimental Archaeologyby John Coles
, Economic Botany 36(3): 355-356 (1982)

Ethnopharmacologic Search for Psychoactive Drugsby Daniel H. Efron; Bo Holmstedt; Nathan S. Kline
, Economic Botany 36(3): 359-360 (1982)

Early Evolution of Chili Peppers (Capsicum)
, Economic Botany 36(4): 361-368 (1982)

Field Drying Plant Material Collected for Chemical and Biological Screening. I. Portable Facility for Sun Drying
, Economic Botany 36(4): 369-372 (1982)

Hybrid Wastewater Treatment System Using Anaerobic Microorganisms and Reed (Phragmites communis)
, Economic Botany 36(4): 373-380 (1982)

Taxonomy and Evolution of Broccoli (Brassica oleracea var. italica)
, Economic Botany 36(4): 397-410 (1982)

Papaver bracteatum, Potential Commercial Source of Codeine
, Economic Botany 36(4): 433-441 (1982)

White Lupin in Cultivation in Iberia
, Economic Botany 36(4): 442-446 (1982)

Manna. An Historical Geographyby R. A. Donkin
, Economic Botany 36(4): 449-450 (1982)

Nature and Language. A Semiotic Study of Cucurbits in Literatureby Ralf Norrman; Jon Haarberg
, Economic Botany 36(4): 450-451 (1982)

Glimpses of Indian Ethnobotanyby S. K. Jain
, Economic Botany 36(4): 451-452 (1982)

Plant Science. Growth, Development, and Utilization of Cultivated Plantsby H. T. Hartmann; W. J. Flocker; A. M. Kofranek
, Economic Botany 36(4): 452-453 (1982)

Cloning Agricultural Plants via in vitro Techniquesby B. V. Conger
, Economic Botany 36(4): 453-454 (1982)

Documenting and Evaluating Herbal Remedies
, Economic Botany 37(1): 13-27 (1983)

Use of Plants in Control of Agricultural and Domestic Pests
, Economic Botany 37(1): 28-57 (1983)

Rattan: Ecological Balance in a Borneo Rainforest Swidden
, Economic Botany 37(1): 58-68 (1983)

Neem (Azadirachta indica) Cultivated in Haiti
, Economic Botany 37(1): 69-70 (1983)

Potential Sweetening Agents of Plant Origin. Ii. Field Search for Sweet-Tasting Stevia Species
, Economic Botany 37(1): 71-79 (1983)

Traditional and Modern Plant Use among the Alyawara of Central Australia
, Economic Botany 37(1): 80-109 (1983)

Ethnobotanical Studies of the Tribes of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India. I. Onge
, Economic Botany 37(1): 110-119 (1983)

Advances in Legume Systematicsby R. M. Polhill; P. H. Raven
, Economic Botany 37(1): 136-137 (1983)

Grass Weeds 1. Weeds of the Subfamily Panicoideae;Grass Weeds 2. Weeds of the Subfamilies Chloridoideae, Pooideae, Oryzoideae
, Economic Botany 37(1): 138-139 (1983)

Parmana. Prehistoric Maize and Manihot Subsistence along the Amazon and Orinocoby Anna Curtenius Roosevelt
, Economic Botany 37(1): 139-140 (1983)

Biocrude Production in Arid Lands
, Economic Botany 37(2): 150-158 (1983)

Diversity in Kodo Millet, Paspalum scrobiculatum
, Economic Botany 37(2): 159-163 (1983)

Rooibos Tea, Aspalathus linearis, a Caffeineless, Low-Tannin Beverage
, Economic Botany 37(2): 164-173 (1983)

Date Palm, Potential Source for Refined Sugar
, Economic Botany 37(2): 181-186 (1983)

Chinese Chestnut Production in the United States: Practice, Problems, and Possible Solutions
, Economic Botany 37(2): 187-200 (1983)

California Pignolia: Seeds of Pinus sabiniana
, Economic Botany 37(2): 201-206 (1983)

Phytochemicals for Liquid Fuels and Petrochemical Substitutions: Extraction Procedures and Screening Results
, Economic Botany 37(2): 207-215 (1983)

Medicinal Plants in Central Chile
, Economic Botany 37(2): 216-227 (1983)

Uses of Saffron
, Economic Botany 37(2): 228-236 (1983)

Productivity and Nutrient Uptake of Water Hyacinth, Eichhornia crassipes I. Effect of Nitrogen Source
, Economic Botany 37(2): 237-247 (1983)

Opium and the People. Opium Use in 19th Century Englandby Virginia Berridge; Edward Griffith
, Economic Botany 37(2): 250-251 (1983)

A Synonymized Checklist of the Vascular Flora of the United States, Canada, and Greenlandby John T. Kartesz; Rosemarie Kartesz
, Economic Botany 37(2): 253-254 (1983)

Crop Mimicry in Weeds
, Economic Botany 37(3): 255-282 (1983)

Phenotypic Variation in Calorific Value of Melaleuca Materials from South Florida
, Economic Botany 37(3): 292-298 (1983)

Folk Medicines of Kurukshetra District (Haryana), India
, Economic Botany 37(3): 299-305 (1983)

Nutritional Evaluation of Buffalo Gourd: Elemental Analysis of Seed
, Economic Botany 37(3): 306-309 (1983)

Uses of Thymelaea hirsuta (Mitnan) with Emphasis on Hand Papermaking
, Economic Botany 37(3): 310-321 (1983)

Role and Content of Species-Level Crop Descriptions
, Economic Botany 37(3): 322-330 (1983)

Cassava Leaves as Human Food
, Economic Botany 37(3): 331-348 (1983)

Coquille Flora (Louisiana): An Ethnobotanical Reconstruction
, Economic Botany 37(3): 349-359 (1983)

Working Men and Ganjaby Melanie Creagan Dreher
, Economic Botany 37(3): 360-361 (1983)

Growing California Native Plantsby Marjorie G. Schmidt
, Economic Botany 37(3): 361-362 (1983 )

Terrestrial Plant Ecologyby Michael G. Barbour; Jack H. Burk; Wanna D. Pitts
, Economic Botany 37(3): 363-364 (1983)

Scarlet Gourd, Coccinia grandis, Little-Known Tropical Drug Plant
, Economic Botany 37(4): 380-383 (1983)

Nuba Agriculture and Ethnobotany, with Particular Reference to Sesame and Sorghum
, Economic Botany 37(4): 384-395 (1983)

Traditional Method of Making Sorghum Molasses
, Economic Botany 37(4): 406-409 (1983)

Key Developmental Stages of Winter Wheat, Triticum aestivum
, Economic Botany 37(4): 410-417 (1983)

Germplasm Needs of Oilseed Crops
, Economic Botany 37(4): 418-422 (1983)

Genetics and Breeding of Oilseed Crops
, Economic Botany 37(4): 423-433 (1983)

Comparative Processing Practices of the World's Major Oilseed Crops
, Economic Botany 37(4): 444-458 (1983)

Utilization of Commercial Oilseed Crops
, Economic Botany 37(4): 459-477 (1983)

New Oilseed Crops on the Horizon
, Economic Botany 37(4): 478-492 (1983)

L'Origine des Plantes Cultives. Phytogographie Appliqueby Claude-Charles Mathon
, Economic Botany 37(4): 493-494 (1983 )

Bible Plants at Kewby F. Nigel Hepper
, Economic Botany 37(4): 497-498 (1983)

Antinutrients and Natural Toxicants in Foodsby Robert L. Ory
, Economic Botany 37(4): 499-500 (1983)

The Manual of Cultivated Orchid Speciesby Helmut Betchel; Phillip Cribb; Edmund Launert
, Economic Botany 37(4): 500-501 (1983)

Nonvascular Plants. An Evolutionary Surveyby R. F. Scagel; R. J. Bandoni; J. R. Maze; G. E. Rouse; W. B. Schofield; J. R. Stein
, Economic Botany 37(4): 502-503 (1983)

How Can the Well Be Dry When It Is Filled with Water?
, Economic Botany 38(1): 4-13 (1984)

Gene Pools in Grain Legumes
, Economic Botany 38(1): 24-35 (1984)

Prosopis Pod Production: Comparison of North American, South American, Hawaiian, and African Germplasm in Young Plantations
, Economic Botany 38(1): 36-51 (1984)

"Seeds" of Wild Grasses: A Major Food of Southwestern Indians
, Economic Botany 38(1): 52-64 (1984)

Panicum sonorum in Sonoran Desert Agriculture
, Economic Botany 38(1): 65-82 (1984)

Taxonomic Circumscription and Identification in the Medicago sativa-falcata (Alfalfa) Continuum
, Economic Botany 38(1): 83-96 (1984)

Variation within Teosinte. Iii. Numerical Analysis of Allozyme Data
, Economic Botany 38(1): 97-113 (1984)

Nutritive Value of Maygrass, Phalaris caroliniana
, Economic Botany 38(1): 114-120 (1984)

Handling, Transportation and Storage of Fruits and Vegetables, Volume 2: Fruits and Tree Nutsby A. Lloyd Ryall; W. T. Pentzer
, Economic Botany 38(1): 144-145 (1984)

Identification of Vegetable Fibresby Dorothy Catling; John Grayson
, Economic Botany 38(1): 145-146 (1984)

Plant Biology and Its Relation to Human Affairsby Jean H. Langenheim; Kenneth V. Thimann
, Economic Botany 38(1): 146-147 (1984)

Sunflower Species of the United Statesby C. E. Rogers; T. E. Thompson; G. J. Seiler
, Economic Botany 38(1): 148-149 (1984)

Grasses and Grasslands. Systematics and Ecologyby James R. Estes; Ronald J. Tyrl; Jere N. Brunken
, Economic Botany 38(1): 149-150 (1984)

Biosaline Research. A Look to the Futureby Anthony San Pietro
, Economic Botany 38(1): 150-151 (1984)

Ecology and Flora of Qatarby K. H. Batanouny
, Economic Botany 38(1): 151-152 (1984)

Biological Clocks in Seasonal Reproductive Cyclesby B. K. Follett; D. E. Follett
, Economic Botany 38(1): 152-153 (1984)

Papyrus, Tapa, Amate and Rice Paper. Papermaking in Africa, the Pacific, Latin America and Southeast Asiaby Lillian A. Bell
, Economic Botany 38(1): 154-155 (1984)

Genetic Diversity in Major Farm Crops on the Farm and in Reserve
, Economic Botany 38(2): 161-178 (1984)

Economic Plant Species Associated with Prehistoric Agriculture in the Maya Lowlands
, Economic Botany 38(2): 179-193 (1984)

Plants as Human Adornment in India
, Economic Botany 38(2): 194-209 (1984)

Agronomic and Chemical Evaluation of Smooth Sumac, Rhus glabra
, Economic Botany 38(2): 218-223 (1984)

Growth Characteristics of Aquatic Macrophytes Cultured in Nutrient-Enriched Water: I. Water Hyacinth, Water Lettuce, and Pennywort
, Economic Botany 38(2): 229-239 (1984)

Ethnobotany of Costanoan Indians, California, Based on Collections by John P. Harrington
, Economic Botany 38(2): 240-255 (1984)

Tropical Hardwood Utilization. Practice and Prospectsby R. A. A. Oldeman
, Economic Botany 38(2): 256-258 (1984)

Ecology of Woodland Processesby John R. Packham; David J. L. Harding
, Economic Botany 38(2): 260-261 (1984)

Phytoalexinsby John A. Bailey; John W. Mansfield
, Economic Botany 38(2): 262-263 (1984)

Active Defense Mechanisms in Plantsby R. K. S. Wood
, Economic Botany 38(2): 263-264 (1984)

Manual of Woody Landscape Plantsby Michael A. Dirr
, Economic Botany 38(2): 265-266 (1984)

Medicinal Plants of North Africaby Loutfy Boulos
, Economic Botany 38(2): 266-267 (1984)

Genetic Engineering of Plants. An Agricultural Perspectiveby T. Kosuge; C. P. Meredith; A. Hollaender
, Economic Botany 38(2): 267-268 (1984)

Plant Cell Culture in Crop Improvementby S. K. Sen; Kenneth L. Giles
, Economic Botany 38(2): 268-269 (1984)

The Human Impact. Man's Role in Environmental Changeby Andrew Goudie
, Economic Botany 38(2): 269-270 (1984)

Shrubs of Ontarioby James H. Soper; Margaret L. Heimburger
, Economic Botany 38(2): 270-271 (1984)

Guaran (Paullinia cupana) as a Commercial Crop in Brazilian Amazonia
, Economic Botany 38(3): 273-286 (1984)

Ethnobotany of Wopkaimin Pandanus: Significant Papua New Guinea Plant Resource
, Economic Botany 38(3): 287-303 (1984)

Pandanus from Ok Tedi Region, Papua New Guinea, Collected by Debra Donoghue
, Economic Botany 38(3): 304-313 (1984)

Custom Umbrellas (Poro) from Pandanus in Solomon Islands
, Economic Botany 38(3): 314-321 (1984)

Aseptic Culture Techniques for Banana and Plantain Improvement
, Economic Botany 38(3): 322-331 (1984)

Arrowroot (Maranta arundinacea), Food, Feed, Fuel, and Fiber Resource
, Economic Botany 38(3): 332-341 (1984)

Kawal, Meat Substitute from Fermented Cassia obtusifolia Leaves
, Economic Botany 38(3): 342-349 (1984)

Wild and Cultivated Cucurbits in Nigeria
, Economic Botany 38(3): 350-357 (1984)

Evaluation of 107 Legumes for Renewable Sources of Energy
, Economic Botany 38(3): 358-364 (1984)

The Water Environment. Algal Toxins and Healthby Wayne W. Carmichael
, Economic Botany 38(3): 365-366 (1984)

Biological Nitrogen Fixation in Forest Ecosystems. Foundations and Applicationsby J. C. Gordon; C. T. Wheeler
, Economic Botany 38(3): 369-370 (1984)

New Frontiers in Food Microstructureby D. B. Bechtel
, Economic Botany 38(3): 370-371 (1984)

New Perspectives in Wood Anatomyby Pieter Baas
, Economic Botany 38(3): 372-373 (1984)

The Role of Solar Ultraviolet Radiation in Marine Ecosystemsby John Calkins
, Economic Botany 38(3): 373-374 (1984)

Trees and Shrubs of the Southwestern Desertsby Lyman Benson; Robert A. Darrow
, Economic Botany 38(3): 375-376 (1984)

Indian Almond (Terminalia catappa), Salt-Tolerant, Useful, Tropical Tree with "Nut" Worthy of Improvement
, Economic Botany 39(2): 101-111 (1985)

Subsistence Benefits from the Babassu Palm (Orbignya martiana)
, Economic Botany 39(2): 113-129 (1985)

Plants Used by Andaman Aborigines in Gathering Rock-Bee Honey
, Economic Botany 39(2): 130-138 (1985)

New Guinea Salt Fern (Asplenium acrobryum Complex): Identity, Distribution, and Chemical Composition of Its Salt
, Economic Botany 39(2): 139-149 (1985)

Energy Potential of Leafy Spurge (Euphorbia esula)
, Economic Botany 39(2): 150-156 (1985)

Traditional Preparation and Uses of Cassava in Nigeria
, Economic Botany 39(2): 157-164 (1985)

Kura Clover (Trifolium ambiguum): Legume for Forage and Soil Conservation
, Economic Botany 39(2): 165-176 (1985)

Vicia johannis and Wild Relatives of the Faba Bean: A Taxonomic Study
, Economic Botany 39(2): 177-190 (1985)

Founder Effect in Crop-Plant Evolution
, Economic Botany 39(2): 191-199 (1985)

Growth Characteristics of Aquatic Macrophytes Cultured in Nutrient-Enriched Water: Ii. Azolla, Duckweed, and Salvinia
, Economic Botany 39(2): 200-208 (1985)

Airborne and Allergenic Pollen of North Americaby Walter H. Lewis; Prathibha Vinay; Vincent E. Zenger
, Economic Botany 39(2): 209-210 (1985)

Encyclopedia of Shampoo Ingredientsby A. L. L. Hunting
, Economic Botany 39(2): 212-213 (1985)

Flora Medicinal de Mxico. Primera Parte: Plantas Indigenasby Xavier Lozoya; Mariana Lozoya
, Economic Botany 39(2): 213-214 (1985)

The Heirloom Gardenerby Carolyn Jabs
, Economic Botany 39(2): 215-216 (1985)

Leaf Protein Concentratesby L. Telek; H. D. Graham
, Economic Botany 39(2): 216-217 (1985)

Orchid Biology: Reviews and Perspectives, Iiiby Joseph Arditti
, Economic Botany 39(2): 217-218 (1985)