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miscellaneous Papers. [A.] Cultirail-Ch&racters of.tle C~Cinb
Near Relatives. By C. L. Shear and'eeil E.; Stevens. i j
or Stacks. By H. B. McClure, W. J. SplllmaL, atd-J. 'W.
Source of Energy for Nitrogen Ftgttioe By I. c&Me :t.'A
131, Bureau of Plant Industry.) :..
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ihn J. Davis,
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Storing and Marketing Sweet Potatoes.
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Investigations Omce of Forage-Crop Investigations, Bureau of Plant Industry. Pp.
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Our Meadow Larks In Relation to Agriculture.
Economic Ornltho!ogy. Biological Survey. I
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Relation ft Birds to Grain Aphides. By. W. L.
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Possible Sources of Potash in the United States.
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A Directory for Farmers.
S. Weather Bureau.
Biochemic Reactions and the Bacterial
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Count of Milk. Bv l. I
M. D., Expert in Milk Hygiene, Pathological Division.
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