United States Department of Agriculture
MONTHLY LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
Any five of the nontechnical publications listed herein, except those otherwise noted, may be
obtained free upon application to the United States Department f' Agriculture, Washington,
D. C., as long as the Department's supply lasts. After this supply is exhausted, publications
may be obtained from the Superintendent of Documents. Government Printing Offiee, Wash-
ington, D. C., by purchase at the prices stated herein. His office is not a part of the
Department of Agriculture.
Free distribution of technical material and periodicals is restricted.
The Technical Bulletins contain the results of scientific and research work applying to
a special crop. industry, or lucnlity. Tie editions are limited as they are intended pri-
marily for scientific workers and subject matter ,pecialists.
Apanteles solitarius (Ratzeburg), an introduced braconid parasite of the satin moth.
D. L. Pnrker, Burenu of Entomology and Plant Quarantine. 18. p., illus.
(T. B. 477T.) Price, 50.
This series carries the less technical and more Informal material of thp same general
nature as that in the Technical Bulletin series.
The disposal by burial of fruit infested with larvae of the Mexican fruit fly. C. C.
Plummern and W. E. Stone, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine.
16 p., illus. (Cir. 349C.) Price, 50.
Economic importance of red rot and comparative susceptibility of some sugarcane
varieties in the southern United States. E. V. Abbott, Bureau of Plant Indus-
try. 27 p., illus. (Cir. 350C.) Price, 54.
This series includes those publications of a miscellaneous nature which do not fall
within any of the other serii's issued by the Department, particularly those of a size
other than octavo. Such publications were formerly issued as Miscellaneous Circulars.
Directory of the Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine, 1935. Bureau of
Entomology and Plant Quarantine. 8 p. (M. P. 22JMP.) Price, 10o.
SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS
Such notice; of judgment, decisions, and instructions as are necessary in the onforce-
went of r.egularry acts are ciinta ined in these announcements. Th''y are is-wri imnplhtly
or as necessary by certain bureaus. Frct distribution is limited to persons in the employ
of the Diepartinent. to public officials whn.e dulifes render it neccnsnry for them to have
such informal ion, to Journals especially conceTrned, anti to manufacturers and firms whtbse
business is affected by the announcements.
Regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture under the United States Grain Standards
Act. Effective July 1, 1935. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. 16 p.
(S. R. A.-B. A. E. 148.):
Regulations governing the meat inspection of the United States Department of
Agriculture. Amendiimntn to regulation IS, B. A. I. Order 211, revised.
Bureau of Animal Industry. 1 p. (Auidt. 9 to B. A. I. Order 211, rev.)'
Regulations governing the recognition of breeds and purebred animals. Bureau
of Animal Industry. 8 p. (B. A. I. Olrdr 35i0.)'
X These may be obtained from the Issuing bureau.
Regulations governing the importation of domestic livestock and other animals
into the United States from all countries except Mexico. Effective on and
after August 1, 1935. Bureau of Animal Industry. 11 p. (B. A. I. Order
Order to prevent the introduction into the United States of rinderpest and foot-
and-mouth disease. Effective August 1, 1935. Bureau of Animal Industry.
2 p. (B. A. I. Order 353.)'
Bureau of Animal Industry, Index to Service and Regulatory Announcements, Janu-
ary-December 1934. Pp. 115-117.' Price, 50.
Bureau of Animal Industry, Service and Regulatory Announcements, May 1935.
Pp. 45-53. (S. R. A.-B. A. I. 337.) Price, 5c.
List of intercepted plant pests, 1934. July 1935. Bureau of Entomology and Plant
Quarantine. 84 p. S. R. A.-B. E. P. Q.)'
Japanese beetle quarantine. Quarantine no. 48, revision of regulations. Effective
June 1, 1035. Bureau ot Entomology and Plant Quarantine. 13 p. (B. E.
P. Q.-Q. 48.)1
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine, Service .'nd Regulatory Announce-
ments, January-March 1935. Pp. 1-26 (S. It. A.-B. E. P. Q. 122.)'
These reports consist of two parts: (1) A soil map in colors showing the extent and
distribution of the different soils in the area covered by the surrey and i(2 a printed
report coutuinin- brief descriptions of the area, its climate and agriculture, and detailed
descriptions of the soils. They are of interest and value primarily to residents of the area
surveyed and to soil specialists. All requests for Soil Surveys are referred to the Bureau
of Chemistry and Soils, which controls their distribution.
Alabama, Perry County. (No. 30, series, 1930.) 42 p.. illus. Price, 300.
Colorado, the Brighton area. (No. 1. series 1932.) 35 p., illus. Price, 200.
Iowa, Monroe County. I No. 9, series 1931.) 41 p., illus. Price, 250.
Kansas, Neosho County. (No. 33, series 1930.) 26 p., illus. Price, 20.
Texas, Randall County. (No. 27. series 1930.) 32 p., illus. Price. 350.
Yearbook of agriculture, 1935. Milton S. Eisenhower and Arthur P. Chew.
762 p., illus. For sale only. Price, $1.00.
Free distribution of periodicals is definitely restricted. They may be obtained by pur-
chase or subscription from the Superintendent of Documents.
Agricultural situation. Vol. 10. no. 7. July 1, 1935. Price, 50 a copy; 250 a year,
domestic; 450 a year, foreign.2
A brief general summary of current conditions, including pertinent statistics relat-
ing to production, movement, consumption, and prices of the important farm
Daily weather maps. Limited editions. Not for general distribution.
Shows weather conditions for United States and forecast fur all States east of the
Mississippi River, except Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Upper Michigan, Lower Michi-
gan, Alabama, Mississippi, and the extreme western portion of Florida. Price daily,
except Sundays and holidays, 25C a month, $3 a year; daily, including Sundays and
holidays, 300 a month, $3.60 a year. Sunday and holiday maps only, 500 a year.
Foreign subscription, $7.25 a year. Maps DD. E, and CM. showing the weather
conditions and forecasts, are i-sued at numerous stations throughout the United
States, 200 a month, $2.40 a year.2
Experiment station record. Vol. 72, no. 6. June 1935. Price. $1 per volume (2
volumes a year) consisting iof 6 monthly numbers and index; $1.50 per
volume, foreign. Single number for sale only. Price, 15.2
A technical view of the world's scientific literature pertaining to agriculture.
1These may be obtained from the issuing bureau.
2Payable to the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Wash-
ington, D. C.
Extension service review. Vol. 6, nos. 5-6, May-June 1935. Illus. Price, 50 a
copy; 500 a year, domestic; 750 a year, foreign.'
Issued monthly by the Extension Service, of which it is the official organ, for the
distribution of administrative information.
Journal of agricultural research. Price, $3.25 a year domestic; $4.75 a year for-
eign. Each issue, 15 domestic; 200 foreign. Reprints, 54 domestic;
8 foreign." Not distributed free to individuals.
Of primary interest to agricultural scientists and advanced students only. Issued
in 2 volumes a year, of 12 numbers each. Free distribution is limited to certain
libraries and to Institutions or departments doing research work.
Vol. -9, July 1-December 15, 1934. Title page, contents, and index.
Pp. 1243-1253. Price, 50.
- Vol. 50, no. 7, April 1, 1935. Illus.
Correlation studies of egg production and possible genetic interpretations (A-165).
Charles W. Knox, Morley A. Jull, and Joseph P. Quinn.
Cytogenetics of tetraploid maize (G-953). L. F. Randolph.
Comparative resistance of five breeds of chickens to the nematode Aecaridia line-
ata (Schneider) (Kans.-75). J. E. Ackert, L. L. Eisenbraudt, J. H. Wilmoth,
B. Glading, and I. Pratt.
Inheritance of cold resistance in winter wheat, with preliminary studies on the
technic of artificial freezing tests (Ind.-24). W. W. Worzella.
A photoelectric device for the rapid measurement of leaf area (lnd.-25). Robert
Vol. 50, no. 8, April 15, 1935. Illus.
A physiological study of development and ripening in the strawberry (G-964).
Charles W. Culpepper, Joseph S. Caldwell, and Hubert H. Moon.
The trend of organic stood reserves in alfalfa roots as affected by cutting practices
(G-U'u6i. C. O. Grandfield.
Yield und clihmical composition of certain species of grass (Mass.-41). J. G.
Archibald and E. Bennett.
Vol. 50, no. 9, May 1, 1935. Illus.
Rate of decomposition of organic matter in Norfolk sand as measured by the
formation of carbon dioxide and nitrates. IFla.-14). Charles E. Bell.
The effect of grinding on the digestibility of corn by pigs and on its content of
metabolizable energy (111.-59). W. P. Garrigus and H. H. Mitchell.
Studies on bean rust enuded by TUromyce.- phaseoli typical (G-965i. L. L. Harter.
C. F. Andrus. and W. Zuumeyer.
The microbiological decomposition of the constituents of alfalfa hay (E-59).
Max Phillips, M. J. Goss. E. A. Beavens, and L. H. James.
Some factors iiiluencing the yield and mortality of ponderosa pine in the South-
west (F-69). B. R. Lexen.
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Journal of a-ricultural research-Continued.
Vol. 50, no. 10. May 15, 1935. Illus.
Fungi causing stain in logs and lumber in the Southern States, including five
new species (G-963). Ross W. Davidson.
Effect of annual grabs fires on organic matter and other constituents of virgin
longleaf pine soils tA-166). S. W. Greene.
Histological studies of Wisconsin Hollander and Wisconsin Ballhead cabbage in
relation to resistance to yellows (Wis.-65). M. E. Anderson and J. C.
Nutrient value of the phosphorus in calcined phosphate as determined by growth
of plants in greenhouse experiments (E-60). K. D. Jacob, R. P. Bartholo-
mew. B. E. Brown. W. H. Pierre. F. R. Reid, and J. W. Tidmore.
The phosphorus content and requirements of the flour beetle Tribolium confusum
Duval. and a study of its needs for vitamin D (Minn.-92). J. W. Nelson
and L. S. Palmer.
Vitamin A content of eggs produced by chickens fed viosterol and various per-
centages of cod-liver oil (T-7). Grace M. DeVaney, Harry W. Titus, and
Ralph B. Nestler.
Vol. 50, no. 11. June 1, 1935 Illus.
Effect of temperature and light on development of the uredial stage of Puccinia
graminis (G-967). Leonard W. Melander
A new criterion for the comparison of toxicity with respect to concentration
and time (E-61). W. A. Gersdorff.
The quantitative relationship between the constitution and toxicity of some
rotenone derivatives (E-62). W. A. Gersdorff.
Effect of gossypol upon the muscle of the small intestine of the rat (Mich.-26).
L. A. Moore.
A study of the palatability and possible toxicity of 11 species of Crotalaria,
especially of C. spectabilis Roth (Fla.-15). R. B. Becker, W. M. Neal, P. T.
Dix Arnold, and A. L. Shealy.
Classification of chick-embryo positions at different ages and malposition as a
cause of mortality (Maine-23). W. Franklin Dove.
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Physiological studies of several pathogenic bacteria that induce cell stimulation
in plants (Wis.-67). J. A. Pinckard.
Ovarian development in calve- iWis.-66). L. E. Casida, A. B. Chapman, and
I. W. Rupel.
Effect of fertilizers. -oil type. nnd certain climatic factors on the yield and com-
position of oats and vetch iWash -22i. G. 0. Baker and S. C. Vandecaveye.
Pear root concentration in relation to soil-moisture extraction in heavy clay soil
(G-968). W. W. Aldrich. R. A. Work. and M. R. Lewis.
The Mexican bean beetle in Mexico (K-261). B. J. Landis and C. C. Plummer.
Public roads. Vol. 16. nos. 4-5, June-July 1935. Price, 10 a copy; $1 a year,
$1.50 a year, foreign.2
Weekly weather and crop bulletin. Nos. 27-30. July 2-23, 1935. Price, 500 a
year, domestic; $1 a year, foreign.'
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