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Tomato late-blight rot, a serious transit and market disease. G. B. Rtaihaey. al
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The use of polymorphic curves in detennining site quality in younger idt
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A bacterial disease of barberry caused by Plytomonoa berberidif, n. ,:
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Eupteronalus n4dulans, a parasite of the brown-tail and satin moths.
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SInfluence of thallium salts upon the molting mechanism of fowls. K '
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An instrument for determining the breaking strength of straw, and a..
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Characteristics associated with abortion and intersexual flowers in t
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