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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR AGRICULTURE


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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR AGRICULTURE
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University of Florida, 1965

PREFACE

These selected references are about many aspects of agriculture and related

subjects. It was made in 1961 for countries of southeastern Asia and India but it

can also be useful for many areas in Africa and the Americas. Therefore, we are

distributing it to many countries to help libraries and persons in research,

management, and teaching of agriculture, and for basic biology research.

In the near future, we plan to add to these references some that apply more

specifically to regions other than Asia, and add more recent references. This we

can do best if each library and person receiving copies will send us a list of

references. These references may be in a language other than English.

Please write directly to: Department of Botany, College of Agriculture,

University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, United States of America.

Most of the references were obtained from the United States Library of Congress

and the United States Department of Agriculture Library, Washington, D. C., Many

persons of the University of Florida also contributed.

John H. Davis, Editor







TABLE OF CONTENTS

Pages

INTRODUCTORY
Asia, General ---------------------------------------- 1

AGRICULTURE, GENERAL TOPICS
General Agriculture ------------------------------------- 2 4
Tropical Agriculture ------------------------------------ 4 7
Agriculture Economics, Farm Management-------------------- 7 9
Agriculture Engineering, Farm Machinery------------------- 9
Irrigation and Drainage ----------------------------------- 10
Agronomy, General -------------------------------------- 11 12
Animal Science--------------------------------- -- 13 17
Cattle and Dairy---------------------------------- 14 15
Poultry--------------------------------- -- 15 16
Animal Nutrition------------------------------ 17
Cytology------------------------------------ 18
Diseases-------------------- -------------------------- 19 21
Entomology and Pest Control------------------------------- 22 23
Extension and Rural Sociology----------------------------- 23 24
Fisheries------------------------------- 24 25
Floriculture------------------------------- 25 26
Food, Food Technology------------------------------ 26 27
Forest Products-------------------------------- 27 28
Genetics, Plant Breeding------------------------------- 28 29
Grasslands, Range, Forage------------------------------ 29 30
Horticulture------------------------------------- --- 30 36
Medical Plants, Pharmacognosy--------------------------- 36 37
Plant Physiology------------------------------ 37 39
Radiation Biology----------------------------------- 39
Research Methods--------------------------------- 40
Soils, Soil Conservation-------------------------- -- 40 43

PARTICULAR CROPS
Banana------------------------------------- 44 45
Citrus---------------------------------- 46 47
Coconut------------------------------ -- ------ 47
Coffee------------------- ---------------------------- 48 49
Cotton------------------- ---------------------------- 50 52
Jute------------------------------------------ 52
Legumes, Pulses---------------------------------- 53
Maize Corn------------------------------------ 54 56
Mango----------------------------------- 57
Miscellaneous Crops----------------------------------- 57 58








TABLE OF CONTENTS (Continued)

Pages
PARTICULAR CROPS
Oil Crops---------------------------------- ------ 58
Papaya--------------------- -------------------------- 58 59
Peanut, Groundnut------------------------------- 59
Pineapple----------------------------------------------- 59 60
Potato, White or Irish and Sweet------------------------- 60 61
Rice------------------ ------------------------------- 61 65
Rubber---------------------------------------- 65 66
Sesame---------------------------------- 66
Spices and Condiments---------------------------------- 66 67
Sugar Cane----------------------------------- -- 67 68
Tea------------------------------------69
Tobacco------------------- --------------------------- 69 70
Vegetables, General--------------------------------- 71 72
Wheat----------------------------------------- 72













ASIA, GENERAL,_ BIBLIOGRAPHY

American Universities Field Staff Studies
Bibliography of Asia

Clyde, Ph. H., 1955, 2nd ed. The Far East. 942 pp.
Prentice-Hall, New York

Cressey, G. B., 1951. Asia's Lands and Peoples. 750 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Dobby, E. H. G., 1954. Southeastern Asia. 415 pp.
University of London Press, London
John Wiley Sons Co., New York

Embree, J. F. & L. 0. Dotson, 1950. Bibliography of the peoples and
cultures of mainland Southeast Asia. 812 pp.
Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut

Hall, D. G. E., 1955. History of Southeast Asia. 807 pp.
St. Martins Press, New York

Hobbs, C. C., 1946. Southeast Asia, 1935-1945. Annotated Bibliography
Orientalia Division, Library Congress, Washington, D. C.

King, J. K., 1956. Southeast Asia in perspective
Macmillan Co., New York

Landon, K. P., Southeast Asia. 215 pp
University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois

Lasker, B., Peoples of South-East Asia

O'Conner, S. V. E., 1904. The Silken East, 2 vols.
Hutchinson Co., London

Panikkar, K. M. The future of South-East Asia.

Pelzer, K. J., 1945. Pioneer Settlements in the Asiatic Tropics. 290 pp.
American Geographical Society, New York

Spate, 0. H., 1957, India and Pakistan. 2nd ed. 829 pp.
E. P. Dutton Co., New York

Stamp, L. D., 1936. Asia. 704 pp.
E. P. Dutton Co., New York

Wallace, A. R., 1869. The Malay Archipelago
New York








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AGRICULTURE .GENERAL

Azzi, G., 1956. Agricultural Ecology. 424 pp.
Constable Co., London

Bailey, L. H., 1907-1909. Cyclopedia of American Agriculture, 4 vols.
1-Farm, 2-Crops, 3-Animals, 4-Farm and Community.
Macmillan Co., New York

Besterman, T., 1955. A world bibliography of bibliographies.
Societies Bibliographica, Geneva, Switzerland

Bews, J. R., 1935. Human Ecology. 312 pp.
H. Milford Co., London

Black, J. D. and others, 1947, Farm management. 1073 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Blanchard, J. R. and H. Ostvold, 1958. Literature of agricultural research. 231 pp.
University California Press, Berkeley, California

Blanck, F. C., 1955. Handbook of Food and Agriculture. 1039 pp.
Reinhold Co., New York

Boalch, D. H., 1960. World directory of agriculture libraries. 280 pp.
Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, Netherlands.

Comar, C. L., ed., 1957. Atomic Energy and Agriculture. 450 pp.
Americen Assn. Advancement Science, Pub. No. 49, Washington

Deyoe, G. P., 1956. Agriculture in our lives. 638 pp.
D. Van Nostrand Co., Princeton, New Jersey

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy
Many general and specific publications. (See Catalogue of Publications)

Gillespie, J. and H. Hathoway, 1956. A textbook of general agriculture. 367 pp.
Macdonald Co., New York

Hall, A. D., 1936. The improvement of native agriculture in relation
to population and public health. 450 pp.
Oxford Univ. Press, London

Henderson, I. F. and W. D. Henderson, 1957. Dictionary of scientific terms. 532 pp.
Van Nostrand Co., Princeton, New Jersey

Hylander, C. J, and 0. S. Stanley, 1941. Plants and man. 518 pp.
Blakiston Co., Philadelphia

Klages, K. H. W., 1942. Ecological crop geography. 615 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

McGraw-Hill, 1960. Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 15 vols.
McGraw Hill Co., New York










Ojala, E. M., 1952. Agriculture and economic progress. 526 pp.
Oxford Univ. Press, London


Patterson, W. G. R., 1925.
Gresham Pub. Co.,


Farm crops, 4 vols., 1,356 pp.
London


Pearson, F. A., and F. A. Harper, 1945. The world's hunger.
Cornell Univ. Press, Ithaca, New York

Roberts, R. W. and others, 1956. Modern Farming. 600 pp.
Lippincott Co., Philadelphia


Royen, W. V., 1954. Agricultural Resources of the World.
Prentice-Hall Co., New York

Sauer, C. 0., 1952. Agricultural origins and dispersals.
Amer. Geographical Society, New York

Shapley, H. ed., 1953. Climatic change. 318 pp.
Harvard Univ. Press, Cambridge, Mass.


90 pp.


560 pp.


110 pp.


Stamp, L. D., 1952. Land for tomorrow: The underdeveloped world.
Univ. Indiana Press, Bloomington, Indiana

United States Department of Agriculture, Year Books (some subjects)
1939. Food and Life, 1165 pp.
1940. Farmers in a changing world, 1215 pp.
1943-47. Science in Farming, 944npp.
1950-51. Crops in war and peace, 942 pp.
1954. Marketing, 506 pp.
1955. Water, 751 pp.
1958. Land, 605 pp.
1959. Food, 736 pp.
1960. Power to produce, 480 pp.
And others on special topics, such as, 1957. Soil, 1949.
Supt. of Documents, Washington


230 pp.


Trees.


United States Department of Agriculture, Library, 1958. Plant Science
Catalog, Botany Subject Index, 15 vols., 15,040.pp.

Van Royen, W., 1952. Atlas of World Resources. Vol 1. Agricultural
Resources of the World, 258 pp.
Prentice-Hall Co., Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

Wang, Jen-Yu, 1961. Agricultural Meteorology.
Pacemaker Press, Madison, Wise.

White, G. F., 1956. The future of arid lands. 453 pp.
Amer. Assn. Advancement Science, Pub. No. 43, Washington

White, J. M. 1956. The farmer's handbook. 462 pp.
Univ. Oklahoma Press, Norman, Oklahoma

Wrigley, G., 1961. Tropical Agriculture, 291 pp.
B. T. Batsford, London







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Wilcox, E. V., 1952. Modern Farmer's Cyclopedia of Agriculture. 563 pp.
Orange Judd Co., New York

Woytinsky, W. and S. Woytinsky, 1953. World Population and Production.
Twentieth Century Fund, New York

INDIA, CHINA, AGRICULTURE, GENERAL


1,268 pp.


Aiyer, A. K. Y. N., 1954. Field crops of India. 618 pp.
Bangalore Print. Co., Bangalore, India

Allan, R. G., 1940. Outline of Indian Agriculture.
Baroda State Press, Baroda, India

Ammal, E. K. J. 1956. Introduction to the subsistence economy of India:
Man's Role in Changing the Face of the Earth, p. 325-335.
University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois

Anonymous, 1937. Land Utilization in China. 494 pp.
Univ. Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois

Banerjee, N., 1943. Modern Agriculture.
Calcutta

Buck, J. L., 1930. Chinese farm economy. 476 pp.
Univ. Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois

Government of India, 1954. Estimates of area and production of principal
crops in India for 1951-1952.
Gov. of India Press, New Delhi

Randhawa, M. S. and A. P. Jain, 1958. Agriculture and animal husbandry in India.
364.pp
Indian Council Agricultural Research, New Delhi

Yegna, N.A.A.K., 1954. Field crops of India.
Bangalore Press, Bangalore, India

TROPICAL AGRICULTURE, GENERAL

Anonymous, 1935. A Dictionary of the economic products of the Malay
Peninsula, 2 vols.
Crown Agents for the Colonies, London
1956. Plantation Crops
H. M. Stationary Office, London

Ashby, D. G., and R. K. Pfeiffer, 1956. A limiting factor in tropical agriculture.
World Crops 8:

Barrett, 0. W., 1928. Tropical Crops. 445 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York








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Bartlett, H. H., 1957. Fire in relation to primitive agriculture and grazing in
the tropics. 873 pp.
Dept. Botany, Univ. Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin

Bates, W. N., 1957. Mechanization of tropical crops. 410 pp.
Temple Press, London

Burkill, I. H., 1953. Habits of man and the origin of the cultivated plants of the
world.
Proc. Linnean Soc. London, 164: 12-41

Cheesman, E. E., and G.E.L. Spencer, 1936. The propogation of cuttings in tropical
climates.
Tropical Agri. 13

Clute, R. L., 1916. Practical lessons in Tropical Agriculture, 3 vols.
World Book Co., Yonkers, New York

Cobley, L. S., 1956. An introduction to the botany of tropical crops. 357 pp.
Longmans Green Co., New York

Cook, M. T., 1913. Diseases of tropical plants, 317 pp.

Degener, 0., 1945. Tropical plants the world around.
Y. Y. Botanical Garden, Journal, New York

Fairchild, D., 1930. Exploring for plants. 591 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

1943. Garden Islands of the Great East. 239 pp.
Charles Scribners Sons, New York

Fosberg, F. R. and others, 1961. Delimitation of the humid tropics.
Geographical Review 51: 333-348

Gourou, P., 1955. The tropical world. 190 pp.
Longmans Green Co., New York

Grist, D. H., 1941. Vegetable growing in Malaya, 206 pp.
Malay Dept. Agri., Kuala Lumpur, Malaya

1950. An outline of Malayan Agriculture. 375 pp.
Malay Dept. Agri. Kuala Lumpur, Malaya
Hales, W., 1928. Horticulture in the Tropics.
Jour. Royal Hort. Soc. 53: 235-254
Lee, D. H. K., 1957. Climate and economic development in the tropics. 182 pp.
Harper Bros., Co., New York
Macmillan, H. F., 1943. Tropical planting and gardening. 560 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York
Masefield, G. B., 1949. Handbook of tropical agriculture. 136 pp.
Oxford Univ. Press, London

McDaniels, L. H., 1961. Factors in improving horticulture in the tropics.








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Milsum, J. N. and D. H. Grist, 1941. Malayan planting Manual
Malay Dept. Agri., Kuala Lumpur, Malaya

Nicholls, H. A., and J. H. Holland, 1929. A Te tbook of Tropical Agriculture. 639 pp.
Macmillan Co., London

Ochse, and others, 1961. Tropical and subtropical agriculture, 2 vols., 1446 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Pacific Science Congress, Ninth, 1957. Climate Vegetation and Rational Land
Utilization in the Humid Tropics (Many papers as follows):
Christian, C. S., The concept of land units and land systems
Egler, F. E., Relations between climate, soil, and vegetation
Fosberg, F. R., The preservation of man's environment
Jin-Bee, 0., Distribution of man in the tropics
Marshall, C., Forestry
Pelzer, K. J., Agriculture in the humid tropics
Rabor, D. S., Wildlife in the humid tropics
Rue, de la, A., Man's influence on the tropical vegetation
Sauer, C. 0., Man in the ecology of tropical America
Stamp, L. D., Living space and recreation
Troll, C., Tropical mountain vegetation
Van Steenis, C. G. G. J., Tropical lowland vegetation
Whyte, R. 0., Utilization of grazing lands in the tropics

Pelzer, K. J., 1951. Geography and the tropics, in the Geography and Twentieth
Century by Griffith ed.
Philosophical Library, New York

1945, Pioneer Settlement in the Asiatic Tropics. 290 pp.
American Geographical Soc., New York

Pim, A., 1946. Colonial Agricultural production
Oxford Univ. Press, London

Rhind, D. ed., 1932. Tropical Agriculture Series, many vols.
Longman Green Co., London

Riehl, H., 1954. Tropical meteorology. 302 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Rue, de la, E. A., and others, 1957. The tropics. 285 pp.
A. A. Knoff Co., New York

Sastri, B. N., 1950-56. The wealth of India, raw materials (includes plants & crops).
Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, New Delhi 4 vols.

Schmidt, G. A. and A. Marcus, 1943. Handbuch der tropischen und subtropischen
Landwirtschaft, 3 vols, 2713 pp.
J. H. DeBussy Co., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Tempany, H., & D. H. Grist, 1958. An introduction to tropical agriculture. 347 pp.
Longmans Green Co., London

United Nations Educational Scientific Organization, 1958. Problems of Humid
Tropical Regions. 102 pp.






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Van Gorkom, K. W., 1913. Ooost-Indische cultures, 3 vols. 2182 pp.
J.H. DeBussy, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Wester, P. J., 1924. Food plants of the Phillipines. 236pp.
Bureau Agri., Bull. No. 39. Manila, Philippines

White, G. F., ed., 1956. The future of arid lands. 453 pp.
Amer. Assn. Advancement Science, Washington

White, R. 0., 1953. Legumes in tropical agriculture
World Crops 5: 110

Wilson, E. H., 1927. Plant Hunting
Stratford Co., Boston, Massachusetts

AGRICULTURE ECONOMICS, FARM MANAGEMENT

App, F. and A. G. Waller, 1938. Farm Economics. 700pp.
J. B. Lippincott Co., New York

Barlowe, R., 1958. Land Resource Economics, The Political Economy of
Rural and Urban Land Resource Use. 585 pp.
PrenticeHall, Englewood Cliffs, N. J.

Beneke, R. R., 1955. Managing the farm business. 464 pp.
John Wiley & Sons, New York

Black. J. D., et. al., 1947. Farm management. 1073 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Boss, A. and G. A. Pound, 1947. Modern farm management, 494 pp.
Itasca Press, St. Paul, Minnesota

Boulding, K. E., 1955. Economic Analysis. 3rd ed. 315 pp.
Harper Bros. Co., New York

Bradford, L. A. and G. L. Johnson, 1953. Farm management analysis, 438 pp.
John Wiley & Sons, New York

Brunk, M. E. and Darrah, L. B., 1955. Marketing of Agricultural Products. 419 pp.
Ronald Press Co., New York

Case, H. C. M., and others, 1960. Principles of farm management. 467 pp.
J. B. Lippincott, Co., New York

Ciriacy-Wantrup, S. von, 1952. Resource conservation: economics and policies.
395 pp.
Univ. of Calif. Press, Berkeley, California

Cochran, W. G. and G. M. Cox, 1950. Experimental designs. 458 pp.
John Wiley & Sons, New York

Condliffe, J. B., 1950. The Commerce of Nations. 884 pp.
Norton Co., New York






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Dixon, W. J. and Frank J. Massey, Jr., 1957. Introduction to Statistical
Analysis. 2nd ed. 475 pp.
McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York

Efferson, J. N., 1949. Farm records and accounts. 281 pp.
John Wiley Sons Co., New York

1953. Principles of farm management. 431 pp.
McGraw Hill Book Co., New York

Fisher, R. A., 1946. Statistical methods for research workers, 10th ed., 354 pp.
Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh

Forster, G. W., 1953. Farm organization and management. 430 pp.
Prentice-Hall, New York

Hanbidge, G., 1955. The Story of FAO, Food and Agriculture Organization
Van Nostrand Co., New York

Hare, H. R., 1946. Farm Business Management. 450 pp.
Ryerson Press, Toronto, Canada

Hart, V. B. and others, 1942. Farm management and marketing. 647 pp.
John Wiley Sons, New York

Heady, E. 0. and J. L. Dillon, 1961. Agricultural Production Functions. 667 pp.
Iowa State Univ. Press, Ames, Iowa

Hopkins, J. A. and E. 0. Heady, 1955, 4th ed. Farm Records and Accounting. 346 pp.
Iowa State Univ. Press, Ames, Iowa

India Rural Credit Survey, Vol, 2, 1954. 578 pp.
Tenth International Conference Agri. Economists
Reserve Bank of India, Bombay

Johnson., S. E. and others, 1955. Getting started in farming. 372 pp.
D. Van Nostrand Co., Princeton, New Jersey

Kohls, R. L., 1955. Marketing of agricultural products. 399 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

McMurry, K. F. and P. E. McNall, 1926. Farm accounting. 329 pp.
A. W. Shaw Co., London

Overton, M. H. and L. S. Robertson, 1936. Profitable farm management and
marketing. 431 pp..
J. B. Lippincott Co., Chicago, Illinois

Peterson, D. D., 1939. Statistical technique in agricultural research. 262 pp.
McGraw-Hil Co., New York

Renne, R. R., 1958. Land Economics; principles, problems, and policies in
utilizing land resources. 599 pp.
Harper Bros. Co., New York

Snedecor, G. W., 1956, 5th ed. Statistical methods. 341 pp.
Iowa State College Press, Ames, Iowa






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Thomsen, F. I, 1951. Agricultural marketing. 483 pp.
McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York

Thomsen, F. L. and R. J. Foote, 1952. Agricultural Prices. 2nd ed. 509 pp.
McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York

Watson, W. W., 1954. The Finance of landownership. 245 pp.
Frederick Warne Co., London

AGRICULTURE ENGINEERING AND FARM MACHINERY

Barger, E. L. and others, 1952. Tractors and their power units, 496 pp.
John Wiley Sons, New York

Brown, R. H., 1956. Farm electrification, 367 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Cook, G. C. and others, 1946. Farm mechanics textbook & handbook, 744 pp.
Interstate Publishers, Danville, Illinois

Food and Agriculture Organization of United Nations, 1961.
The Mechanization of Agriculture
Report to Gov. of Burma by Expanded Tech. Asst. Program, Pub. No. 1340
Rome

Frevert, R. K., 1955. Soil and water conservation engineering, 479 pp.
John Wiley Sons, New York

Gray, H. E., 1955. Farm service buildings, 458 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Henderson, S. M. and J. W. Martin, 1955. Agriculture process engineering, 402 pp.
John Wiley Sons, New York

Jones, M. M., 1955. 2nd ed. Shopwork on the farm, 626 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

McColly, H. F. and J. W. Martin, 1955. Introduction to agriculture eng. 553 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Rickey, C. B. and others, 1961. Agriculture engineers handbook, 880 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Smith, H. P., 1955, 4th ed. Farm machinery and equipment, 514 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Stone, A. A., 1952, 3rd ed. Farm machinery, 524 pp.
John Wiley Sons, Co., New York

Wooley, J. C., 1952. Repairing and constructing farm buildings, 261 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Wright, F. B., 1950. Electricity in the home and on the farm, 380 pp.
John Wiley Sons Co., New York






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IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE

Ayres, Q. C. and D. Scoates, 1939. Land drainage and reclamation, 496 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Graf, D. W., 1938. Irrigation, a selected bibliography, 631 pp.
U. S. Bureau Agr. Engineering, 1938

Houk, I. W., 1951. Irrigation engineering, 2 vols.
John Wiley Sons, New York

Isrealsen, 0. W., 1950, 2nd ed. Irrigation principles and practices, 405 pp.
John Wiley Sons, New York

Luthin, J. N., 1957. Drainage of agricultural lands, 620 pp.
Amer. Soc. Agronomy, Madison, Wisconsin

Roe, H. B., 1950. Moisture requirements in agriculture, farm irrigation. 413 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Roe, H. B. and Q. C. Ayers, 1954. Engineering for agricultural drainage, 501 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Schwab, G. 0. and others, 1957. Elementary soil and water engineering, 296 pp.
John Wiley Sons, Co., New York

U. S. Dept. Agri., 1955. Water, Yearbook of Agriculture, 751 pp.
U. S. Supt. Documents, Washington

Widtsoe, J. A., 1914. The principles of irrigation practice, 496 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Wilcox, L. M., 1902. Irrigantion farming, 494 pp.
Orange Judd Co., New York

Woodward, G. 0., 1959. Sprinkler Irrigation, 377 pp.
Darby Printing Co., Washington, D. C.

Wright, F. B., Rural water supply and sanitation, 347 pp.
John Wiley & Sons, New York






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AGRONOMY, GENERAL

Aase, H. C., 1946. Cytology of cereals, II.
Botanical Review 12:255-334

Ahlgren, G. H., G. C. Klingman, and D. E. Wolf, 1951. Principles of weed
control, 368 pp.
John Wiley & Sons, New York

Carleton, M. A., 1924. The small grains, 699 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Dunham, R. S., 1957. Introduction to agronomy, 324 pp.
The Dryden Press, New York

Fenton, F. A., 1952. Field crop insects, 405 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Harlan, J. R., 1956. Theory and dynamics of grassland agriculture, 281 pp.
Van Nostrand Company, Princeton, N. J.

Helgesen, E. A., 1957. Methods of weed control, 189 pp.
Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome

Hughes, H. D., M. E. Heath, and D. S. Metcalfe, 1961 Forages. Revised ed., 724 pp.
Iowa State College Press, Ames, Iowa

Hughes, H. D. and Edwin R. Henson, 1957. Crop production, 620 pp.
Macmillan Company, New York.

Hutcheson, T. B., T. K. Wolfe, and M. S. Kipps, 1948. The production of
field crops. 3rd ed., 715 pp.
McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York

Ignatieff, V., 1949. Efficient use of fertilizers, 182 pp.
Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome

Isely, D., 1960. Weed identification and control. 2nd ed., 400 pp.
Iowa State University Press, Ames, Iowa

Klingman, G. C., 1961. Weed control: as a science, 440 pp.
John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York

Martin, J. H. and W. H. Leonard, 1949. Principles of field crop production, 1,176 pp.
Macmillan Company, New York

Norman, A. G., 1949-60. Advances in agronomy. Volumes 1 through 12.
Academic Press, New York

Piper, C. V., 1924. Forage plants and their culture, 485 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York


Rather, H. C., 1942. Field crops, 454 pp.
McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., New York







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Robbins, W. W., A. S. Crafts, R. W. Raynor, 1952. Weed control.
McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., New York

Spr 'je, G. F., 1955, Corn and corn improvement. Agronomy monography, Vol. 5.
Academic Pre3s, Inc., New York

Symposium, 1951. The peanut: the unpredictable legume.
The National Fertilizer Assoc., Washington, D. C.

U. S. D. A., 1948. Grass: Yearbook of agriculture, 892 pp.
U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C.

Van Hook, A., 1949. Sugar: its production, technology, and uses, 155 pp.
The Ronald Press Company, New York

Van Slyke, L. L., 1949. Fertilizers and Crop Production, 493 pp.
Orange Judd Publishing Company, Inc., New York

Weeds. (Quarterly Journal of Weed Society of America.)
W. C. Jacob, Dept. of Agronomy, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois

Wheeler, W. A., 1950. Forage and pasture crops, 752 pp.
D. Van Nostrand Co., New York

Wilson, H. K., 1955. Grain Crops. 2nd ed. 396 pp
McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York

Wilson, H. K. and W. M. Myers, 1953. Field crop production, 410 pp.
The J. B. Lippincott Company, New York

Wolfe, T. K. and M. S. Kipp, 1953. Production of field crops. 4th ed., 495 pp.
McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., New York






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ANIMAL SCIENCE GENERAL

Anderson, A. L., 1958. Introductory animal husbandry. 742 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Baker, E. T., 1947. Management and feeding of sheep. 396 pp.
Orange Judd Co., New York

Briggs, H. M., 1958. Modern breeds of livestock. 770 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Card, L. E., 1952. Poultry production. 416 pp.
Lea & Febinger Co., Philadelphia, Penna.

Carroll, W. E., and J. L. Krider, 1956. Swine production. 496 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Compton, E. W., 1956. Applied animal nutrition. 458 pp.
Freeman Co., San Francisco, Calif.

Deyoe, G. P., and J. L. Krdier, 1952. Raising swine. 447 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Deyoe, G. P., and others, 1954. Raising livestock. 540 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Eckles, C. H., 1956. Dairy cattle and milk production.
Macmillan Co., New York

Ensminger, M. E., 1950. Animal Science. 1059 pp.
Interstate Publishers, Danville, Illinois

Haberman, J. J. and M. L. Holcomb, 1953. The farmer's veterinary handbook. 305 pp.
Prentice Hall Co., Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

Heuser, G. F., 1955. Feeding poultry. 632 pp.
John Wiley Co., New York

Ives, P. P., 1947. Domestic geese and ducks. 372 pp.
Orange-Judd Co., New York

Lander, P. E., 1949. Feeding of farm animals in India.
Macmillan Co., Bombay, India

Lush, J. L., 1945, 3rd ed. Animal breeding plans. 443 pp.
Iowa State Coll. Press, Ames, Iowa

Mace, H., 1952. The bee-keeper's handbook, 252 pp
Ward, Lock Co., London

Miller, W. C. and E. D. S. Robertson, 1945, 4th ed. Practical animal husbandry.
535 pp.
Oliver & Boyd Co., London

Miller, W. C. and G. P. West, 1956. Encyclopedia of animal care. 1080 pp.
Williams and Wilkins Co., Baltimore, Md.






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Morrison, F. B., 1948, 21st ed. Feeds and feeding. 1,207 pp.
Morrison Publ. Co., Ithaca, New York

Peters, W. H., 1942. Livestock Production. 450 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., Naw York

Phillips, R. W., 1948. Breeding livestock adapted to unfavorable environments. 181 pp.
Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome

Rice, V. A. and F. N. Andrews, 1951, 4th ed. Breeding and improvement of farm
animals. 787 pp.
McGraw-Hill, New York

Smith, W. W. and L. M. Hutchins, 1952, 3rd ed. Port production. 616 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Te Walt, W. L., 1942. Improved milk goats. 145 pp.
Orange Judd Co., New York

Walsh, H., 1950. Starting right with milk goats. 138 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

CATTLE AND DAIRY

Das Gupta, S. C., 1945. Cow in India. 2 vols.
Khadi Pratisthan, Calcutta

Diggins, R. V. and C. E. Bundy, 1954. Dairy production. 341 pp.
Prentice-Hall Co., Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey'

Eckles, E. H. and C. L. Anthony, 1950, 4th ed. Dairy cattle & milk production. 560 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Ensminger, M. E., 1960, 3rd ed. Beef cattle science. 822 pp.
Interstate Publishers, Danville, Illinois

Farrall, A. W., 1953, 2nd ed. Dairy engineering. 477 pp.
John Wiley and Sons, New York

Fincher, M. G., ed., 1956. Diseases of cattle. 752 pp.
Amer. Vet. Pub., Santa Barbara, California

Fouts, E. L. and T. E. Freeman, 1948. Dairy manufacturing processes. 237 pp.
John Wiley & Sons, New York

Henderson, H. 0., 1938, 3rd ed. Dairy cattle feeding and management. 557 pp.
John Wiley Sons, New York

Joshi, N. R. and R. W. Phillips, 1953. Zebu cattle of India and Pakistan. 256 pp.
Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome

Knodt, C. B., 1954. Successful dairying. 481 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Kreemer, J., 1956. de Karbouw (The Caribou or Water Buffalo) 185 pp. (in Dutch)
N. V. Uitgevery, Bandzing, Indonesia








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Mohler, J. R., 1942. Special report on the diseases of cattle.
U. S. Bureau Animal Industry, Washington

Roadhouse, C. L. and J. R. Henderson, 1941. The market-milk industry, 624 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Rogers, L. A., 1935, 2nd ed. Fundamentals of dairy science. 616 pp.
Reinhold Pub. Co., New York

Snapp, R. R. and A. L. Neumann, 1960, 5th ed. Beef cattle. 684 pp.
John Wiley & Sons, New York

Soulides, D. A., 1949. Better utilization of milk. 76 pp.
Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome

Wagon, K. A. & R. Albaugh & G. H. Hart, 1960. Beef cattle production. 537 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Ware, F., 1952. Important breeds of cattle and buffaloes in India.
Indian Council Agri. Research, New Delhi.

Williams, D. W., 1941. Beef cattle production in the south, (U.S.A.). 442 pp.
Interstate Publishers, Danville, Illinois.

SERIALS:
Journal of Dairy Science, 1917---, Bimonthly
American Dairy Science Association
Williams and Wilkins Co., Baltimore, Maryland

Journal of Milk Technology, 1937 ---
NOW Journal of Milk and Food Technology, 1951 --- Bimonthly
Inter. Assn. of Milk and Food Sanitarians
Rochester, New York

POULTRY

Bailey, J. W., 1957. Poultryman's manual, 296 pp.
Springer Co., New York

Beister, H. E. and L. H. Schwarte, 1959, 4th ed. Diseases of poultry. 1103 pp.
Iowa State Univ. Press, Ames, Iowa

Card, L. E., 1952, 8th ed. Poultry production. 416 pp.
Lea & Febinger, Philadelphia

Chapman, P. W., 1943. Chicken raising made easy. 152 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Charles, T. B., and H. 0. Stewart, 1946. Commercial Poultry farming. 544 pp.
The Interstate Co., Danville, Illinois

Cooper, J. B., 1944. Poultry for home and market. 481 pp.
T. E. Smith & Co., Atlanta, Georgia

Ewing, W. R., 1941. Handbook of Poultry Nutrition. 840 pp.
Upper Montclair, New Jersey






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Ewing, W. R., 1943. Handbook of Poultry Nutrition, Rev. Ed. 1245 pp.
E. W. Ewing Pub., South Pasedena, California

Fawkes, A. K., 1942. Poultry farming in the East.
Lucknow Pub. Co., Lucknow, India

Florea, J., 1944. ABC of poultry raising. 206 pp.
Greenberg, New York

Hauser, G. F., 1955. Feeding poultry. 632 pp.
John Wiley Sons, New York

Hutt, F. B., 1949. Genetics of the fowl. 590 pp.
McGraw-Hill, New York

Jull, M. A., 1940. Poultry breeding. 2nd ed. 484 pp
J. Wiley & Sons, New York

1946. Incubation and brooding of chickens. 26 pp.
U.S. Dept. Agri., Farmers Bull., No. 1538, Washington

1947. Raising turkey, ducks, geese, game birds. 467 pp.
McGraw Hill Co., New York

__, 1951. Poultry husbandry. 526 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

_, 1951, Successful poultry management. 2nd ed. 447 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Kaupp, B. F. and R. C. Surface, 1943. Poultry sanitation and disease control. 458 pp.
Kaupp, B. and Surface Co., Minneapolis, Minnesota

Lee, A. R., 1941. Poultry keeping in back yards. 20 pp.
U. S. Dept. Agri. Farmers Bull., 1508, Washington

Marble, D.R, 1955. Commercial Poultry Production. 415 pp.
Ronald Press, New York

Mann, G. E. 1935. Poultry husbandry in Malaya.
Malay Journ. Agri. 12: 21-32

Purvis, M., 1910. Poultry breeding. 323 pp.
Sanders Pub. Co., Chicago

Seiden. R., 1952. Poultry handbook. 444 pp.
Van Nostrand, Princeton

Thompson, A. (editor), 1952. The complete poultryman. 511 pp.
Faber and Faber, London

Titus, H. W., 1949, The scientific feeding of chickens. 2nd ed., 253 pp.
The Interstate Press, Danville, Illinois

Winter, A. R. and E. M. Funk, 1956. Poultry science and practice. 662 pp.
Lippincott Co., Philadelphia






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ANIMAL NUTRITION

Allman, R. T. and T. S. Hamilton, 1952. Nutritional deficiencies in livestock. 102 pp.
Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome

Bull, S. and W. E. Ca'-roll, 1949. Principles of Feeding Farm Animals. 395 pp.
The Interstate Printers and Publishers, Danville, Illinois

Crampton, E. W. and L. E. Lloyd, 1959. Fundamentals of Nutrition. 494 pp.
W. H. Freeman and Co., San Francisco, Calif.

Dukes, H. H., 1955. Physiology of Domestic Animals, 7th ed. 695 pp.
Comstock Publishing Associates, Ithaca, N. Y.

Maynard, L. A. and J. K. Loosli, 1956. Animal Nutrition. 474 pp.
McGraw Hill Book Co., New York, N. Y.

Morrison, F. B., 1957. Feeds and Feeding, 22nd ed. 1165 pp.
The Morrison Publishing Co., Ithaca, N. Y.

Sen. K. F., 1952. Nutritive value of Indian cattle foods and the feeding
of animals.
Indian Council Agr. Research, New Delhi



ADDENDA

Commonwealth Bureau of Animal Breeding and Genetics 1933 -, Quarterly
Edinburgh, Scotland

Mason, I. L., 1951. World dictionary of breeds, types and varieties of
livestock, 272 pp.
Commonwealth Agr. Bureau, London

Sanders, A. H., 1926. The cattle of the world, 142 pp.
National Geographic Society, Washington









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CYTOLOGY

Aase, H. C., 1946. Cytology of cereals, II
Cytology Botanical Review 12: 255-334

Allen, R. M., 1958. Photomicrography, 441 pp.
D. Van Nostrand Co., Princeton, N. J.

Brachet, J., 1957. Biochemical cytology, 415 pp.
Academic Press, New York

Brachet, J. and A. E. Mirsky, editors, 1959-1961. The cell. 4 vols.
Academic Press, New York

Cowdry, E. V., 1924. General cytology, 754 pp.
Univ. of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois

Giese, A. C., 1957. Cellular physiology, 534 pp.
W. B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, Penna.

Gresson, R. A. R., 1948. Essentials of general cytology, 184 pp.
Univ. Edinburgh Press, Scotland

Robertis, E. D. P. de, W. W. Nowinski and F. A. Saez, 1960. General cytology,
3rd ed., 555 pp.
W. B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia

Swanson, C. P., 1960. The cell. 114 pp.
Prentice-Hall Co., Englewood Cliffs, N. J.

Wilson, E. B., 1928. The cell in development and heredity. 3rd ed., 580 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Wyckoff, R. W. G., 1949. Electron microscopy, 248 pp.
Interscience Press, New York.







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DISEASES, PLANT PATHOLOGY, ENTOMOLOGY, PESTS

American Chemical Society, 1955. Pesticides in Tropical Agriculture, 102 pp.
Advance in Chemistry Series No. 13, American Chemical Society
Washington, D. C.

Anderson, H. W., 1956. Diseases of fruit crops. 501 pp.
McGraw-Hill, New York

Barner (?). Bibilographie der Pflanzenschutzliteratur

deBarry, A., 1884. Vergleichende Morphologie und Biologie der Pilze,
Mycetozoen and Bakterien. (Comparative morphology & Biology of fungi,
Mycetozoa and bacteria.)
Claredon Press, Oxford

Bawden, F. C., 1950. Plant viruses and virus diseases. Ed. 3. 335 pp.
Chronica Botanica, Waltham, Mass.

Boyce, J. S., 1948. Forest pathology Ed. 2. 600 pp.
McGraw-Hill, New York

Butler, E. J., and S. G. Jones, 1949. Plant pathology.979 pp.
Macmillan Co., London

Butler, E. J., 1918. Fungi and diseases in plants. 547 pp.
Thacker Sprink & Co., Calcutta, India

Chester, K. S., 1946. Cereal Rusts, 269 pp.
Chronica Botanica Co., Waltham, Mass.

1947. Nature and prevention of plant diseases. Ed. 2. 525 pp.
Blakiston, Philadelphia.

Christie, J. R., 1959. Plant nematodes, their bionomics and control. 256 pp.
Univ. Florida Agr. Expt. Sta., Gainesville, Florida

Chupp, C., and A. F. Sherf, 1960. Vegetable diseases and their control. 693 pp.
Ronald Press Co., New York

Cook, M. T., 1947. Viruses and virus diseases of plants. 244 pp.
Burgess, Minneapolis

__, 1913. Diseases of tropical plants. 317 pp.
Macmillan & Co., London

Dickson, J. G., 1956. Diseases of field crops. Ed. 2. 517 pp.
McGraw Hill, New York

Dodge, B. 0. and H. W. Rickett, 1960. 3rd ed. Diseases and pests of ornamental
plants.
Ronald Press, New York







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Dammerman, K. W., 1929. The agricultural zoology of the Malay Archipelago.
Entomology harmful inoects, in Dutch, good illustrations. 473 pp.
J. H. deBusay, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Elliott, C., 1951, 2nd ed. Manual of bacterial plant pathogens, 186 pp.
Chronica Botanica, Waltham, Mass.

Fawcett, H. S., 1936. Citrus diseases and their control. Ed. 2. 656 pp.
McGraw-Hill, New York

Fischer, G. W., 1951. The smut fungi; a guide to the literature, with
bibliography. 387 pp.
Ronald Press, New York

Garrett, S. D., 1956. Biology of root-infecting fungi. 292 pp.
Cambridge Univ. Press

Goodey, T., 1933. Plant parasitic nematodes and the diseases they cause. 306 pp.
Methuen & Co., London

Heald, F. D., 1926. Manual of plant diseases. 953 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Hesler, L. R., and H. H. Whetzel, 1917. Manual of fruit diseases. 462 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Holton, C. S., 1959. Plant pathology problems and progress, 1908-1958, 588 pp.
Univ. Wisconsin Press, Madison, Wise.

Horsfall, J. G., and A. E. Dimond, eds., 1959-60. Plant Pathology--an advanced
treatise. Vol. 1. The diseased plant. Vol. 11. The pathogen.
Vol. 111. The diseased population-epidemics and control.
Academic Press, New York.

Horsfall, J. G., 1956. Principles of fungicidal action. 279 pp.
Chronica Botanica, Waltham, Mass.

Index of Plant Diseases in the United States, 1960. 531 pp.
U. S. Dept. Agri. Handbook 165, Washington

Leach, J. G., 1940. Insect transmission of plant diseases. 615 pp.
McGraw-Hill, New York

Lindau and Sydow, 1866-1923. Thesaurus of mycological literature, 5 vol.

Massee, G. E., 1892-95. British fungus flora.

Metcalf, R. L. (ed.), 1957-61. Advances in pest control research. Vols. 1-1957,
2-1958, 3-1960, 4-1961.
Interscience Pub. Co., New York









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Owens, C. E., 1928, Principles of plant pathology. 629 pp.
John Wiley & Sons, New York

Pirone, P. P. and others, 1961. Diseases and pests of ornamental plans 775 pp
Ronald Press, New York

Robbins, W. W., A. A. Crafts, and R. N. Raynor, 1942. Weed control. 543 pp.
McGraw Hill, New York

Roger, L., 1951. Phytopathologigue due pays chauds encyclic mycologique.
Saigon, Cambodia

Rose, C. J., 1955. Crop Protection. 233 pp.
Leonard Hill, London

Saccardo, P. A., 1882-1931. Sylloge fungorum ommium hucusgue cognitorum.

Seymour, A. B., 1929. Host index of the fungi of North America. 732 pp.
Cambridge, Mass.

Smith, K. M., 1951. Recent advances in the study of plant viruses. Ed. 2. 300 pp.
Blakiston, Philadelphia

._____, 1937. A textbook of plant virus diseases. 615 pp.
Churchill Co., London

Sparrow, F. K., 1960. Aquatic Phycomycetes. 1187 pp.
Univ. of Mich. Press, Ann Arbor, Mich.

Sprague, R., 1950. Diseases of cereals and grasses in North America. 538 pp
Ronald Press Co., New York

Stevens, F. L., 1913. The fungi which causes plant diseases. 754 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Stevens, N. E., and R. B. Stevens, 1952. Diseases in plants. 219 pp.
Chronica Botanica, Waltham, Mass.

Walker, J. C., 1952. Diseases of Vegetable Crops. 529 pp.
McGraw-Hill, New York

____, 1957. Plant pathology. Ed. 2. 707 pp.
McGraw-Hill, New York

Weber, E. G. and A. Weber, 1952. Plant diseases, 618 pp.
Macdonald Co., London

Wolf, F. A., 1957. Tobacco diseases and decay, 396 pp.
Duke University press, Durham, North Carolina

Westcott, C., 1950. Plant disease handbook, 746 pp.
D. Van Nostrand Co., New York







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ENTOMOLOGY AND PEST CONTROL

Bailey, S. F. and L. M. Smith, 1951. Handbook of agricultural pest control, 191 pp.
Industry Publications, New York

Bodenheimer, F. S., 1951. Insects as human food, 352 pp.
W. Jank, The Hague, Netherlands

Borrou and D. M. DeLong, 1954. An introduction of the study of insects, 1,030 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Comstock, J. H., 1940, 9th ed. Introduction to entomology, 1,064 pp.
Comstock Pub. Co., Ithaca, New York

Cotton, R. T., 1931. Control of insect pests of stored grain and grain.
U. S. Dept. Agri., Farmers Bull. No. 1483

Dammerman, K. W., 1929. The agricultural zoology of the Malay Archepelago
(Entomology, harmful insects, 473 pp., in Dutch, well illustrated)
J. H. DeBussy, Amsterdam, Holland

Duporte, E. M., 1959. Manual of insect morphology, 244 pp.
Reinhold Pub. Corp., New York

Ebeling, W., 1950. Subtropical entomology, 747 pp.
Lithotype Process Co., San Francisco

___, 1959. Subtropical fruit pest, 436 pp.
Univ. California Div. Agri. Sci., Davis, California

Essig, E. 0., 1942. College Entomology, 900 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Fenton, F. A., 1952. Field crop insects, 405 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Fernald, H. T., 1955, 5th ed. Applied entomology, 385 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Ghosh, C. C., 1940. Insect pests of Burma, 216 pp.
Supt. Gov. Printing, Rangoon

Graham, S. A., 1952. Forest entomology, 351 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Kalshaven, L. G. E., 1950. De Plagen van de culturgewassen in Indonesia, 2 vols.
Uilgevery and van Hoeve, Bandung, Indonesia

Metcalf, C. L. and W. P. Flint, 1951, 3rd ed. Destructive & useful insects. 1071 pp.
McGraw Hill Co., New York

Negherbon, W. 0., 1956. Handbook of toxicology, 201 pp.
National Science Foundation, William B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia







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Painter, R. H., 1951. Insect resistance in crop plants, 520 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Peterson, A., 1953, 7th ed. A manual of entomological techniques, 367 pp.
Ohio State Univ. Press, Columbus, Ohio

Quayle, H. J., 1938. Insects of citrus and other subtropical fruits, 583 pp.
Comstock Pub. Co., Ithaca, New York

Ramakieshna, Ayyar, T. V., 1940. Handbook of economic entomology for south India,
528 pp.
Supt. Gov. Press, Madras, India

Shepherd, H. H., 1949. Methods of testing chemicals on insects (Parts I and II).
Burgess Publishing Co., Minneapolis 15, Minnesota

Shephard, H. S., 1951. Chemistry and action of insecticides, 504 pp.
McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York

Snodgrass, R. E., 1935. Principles of insect morphology, 667 pp.
McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York

Stebbings, E. P., 1914. Indian Forest insects of economic importance,
Coleoptera, 648 pp.
Eyre & Spottiswoods, London

Storer, T. I. and M. P. Mann, 1946. Bibliography of rodent control.
Nat'l Research Council Report No. 182, Washington

Sweetman, H. L., The principles of biological control, hosts & pests, 560 pp.
W. C. Brown Co., Dubugue, Iowa

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Year Book 1952. Insects, 780 pp.
Supt. of Documents, Washington

Wigglesworth, V. B., 1950, 4th ed. The principles of insect physiology,544 pp.
E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., New York'

SERIALS:
Journal of Economic Entomology, 1907 ---, Bimonthly
Amer. Assoc. Economic Eatomologist

Review of Applied Entomology, 1913 ---, Monthly
Imperial Bureau Entomology, London

EXTENSION AND RURAL SOCIOLOGY

Baker, G., 1939. The county agent, 226 pp.
Univ. Chicago Press, Chicago, Ill.

Brunner, E. de s., 1945. Farmers of the world, 208 pp.
Columbia Univ. Press, New York

Burtt, E. A., 1958. The Impact of religion on cultural change. 12 pp.
Comp. Extension Pub., Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.







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Dale, E., 1957. Audio-visual methods in teaching. Revised edition, 326 pp.
Dryden Press, New York

F::htrom, C. F. and J. B. McClelland, Adult education iniocational agriculture,
490 pp.
Interstate Pub. Co., Danville, Illinois

Hill, F. F., 1959. The United States and the economically underdeveloped
countries, 20 pp.
Comp. Extension Pub., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, New York

Loomis, C. P. and J. A. Beegle, 1950. Rural social systems, 873 pp.
Prentice-Hall Co., Englewood Cliffs, N. J.

Mosher, A. T., 1958. Varieties of Extension education and community development.
112 pp.
Comp. Extension Pub. Cornell Univ., Ithaca, New York

Nelson, L., 1955. Rural sociology, 568 pp.
Amer. Book Co., New York

Roupp, Phillips, 1953. Approaches to community development, 325 pp.
W. Van Hoeve, Ltd., The Hague, Netherlands

Shannon, L. W., 1957. Underdeveloped areas, 496 pp.
Harper Brothers, New York

Smith, T. L., 1953. The sociology of rural life, 680 pp.
Harper Co., New York

Spicer, E. H., 1952. Human problems in technological change, 301 pp.
Russel Sage Foundation, New York

True, A. C., A history of agricultural education in the United States, 436 pp.
U. S. Dept. Agri. Misc. Pub. No. 36

Nelson, L., 1954. American farm life, 192 pp.
Harvard Univ. Press, Cambridge, Mass.

FISHERIES, BURMA

Annandale, N., 1918. Fish and fisheries of Inle Lake, Burma.
Records Indian Museum, Calcutta

British Admiralty, Naval Intelligence Division, 1944. Fishing and Trading
Craft of Burma, Malay Siam, B. R. 105 A

Day, F., 1869. On the freshwater fishes of Burma
Proc. Zool. Soc. London -614-623

1889. Fish, 2 vols., Fauna of British India
Burma and Ceylon, London

Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome
Ling, S. W., 1955. Inland fisheries development, Burma, 64 pp. Report 361







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Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome (continued)
Tubb, J. A., 1957. Inland fisheries development, Burma, 64 pp. Report 776

Anonymous, 1959. Modern fishing gear of the world, 680 pp.

1960. Fishing boats of the world, 820 pp.

LeCren, E. D., 1958. Application of science to inland fisheries, 52 pp.

Government of Burma, 1945. The fisheries manual, 116 pp.
Supt. Gov. Printing, Rangoon

Maung Khin U., 1948. Fisheries in Burma, 140 pp.
Supt. Gov. Printing, Rangoon

1954. Fisheries in Burma
Jour. Burma Research Soc. 37: 46-51

Mukoiji, D. D., 1932. On a collection of fish from lower Burma.
Records Indian Museum, Calcutta 34: 281-286

World Fisheries Abstracts, 1950 --- Bimonthly
Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome

FLORICULTURE

Bahr, F., 1923. Commercial floriculture, 559 pp.
A. T. de la Mare Co., New York

Bailey, L. H., 1916. Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture, 5 vols., total 3,041 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Everett, T. H. ed., 1960. New illustrated encyclopedia of gardening. 14 vol.
Total 2,646 pp.
Greystone Press, New York

Laurie, A. and V. H. Ries, 1950. Floriculture, fundamentals and practices, 525 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

McCurdy, R. M., 1926. Garden flowers, the Nature Library, 303 pp.
Doubleday, Page Co., Garden City, N. Y.

McLean, F. T., 1941. The Gladiolus, 197 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Macself, A. J., Hardy perennials, 304 pp.
W. H. L. Collingridge, London

Post, K., 1959. Florist crop production and marketing, 891 pp.
Orange Judd Co., New York

Taylor, N., 1942. The practical encyclopedia of gardening, 888 pp.
Garden City Pub. Co., Garden City, New York

White, E. A., 1933. The florist business, 426 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York







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Wright, W. P., ? 1903. Cassell's Disctionary of Practical Gardening. 2 vols.
952 pp.
Cassell Co., London

SERIALS:
Florist Review, 1897 --- weekly
For commercial florists
Chicago, Illinois

Flower Grower, 1913 ---, Monthly
Albany, New York

FOOD, FOOD TECHNOLOGY

Albertsen, V. E. and others, 1957. Meat hygiene, 528 pp.
Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome

Andrews, B. R. and R. E. Gamble, 1918. Successful canning and preserving, 405 pp.
J. B. Lippincott Co., Philadelphia

Blanck, F. C., ed., 1955. Handbook of food and agriculture, 1039 pp.
Reinhold Co., New York

Blood, A. F., ed., 1956, 4th ed. Foods, an introductory college course, 768 pp.
Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, Mass.

Blumenthal, S., 1947. Food products,986 pp.
Chemical Pub. Co., Brooklyn, New York

Brown, H. D., ed., 1946. Frozen foods, processing and handling, 390 pp.
Ohio State Univ. Press, Columbus, Ohio

Campbell, C.H., and others, 1950. Campbell's Book, a manual of canning etc., 222 pp.
Vance Pub. Co., Chicago, Illinois

Canning Trade, 1958. A complete course in canning, 403 pp.
Canning Trade, Baltimore, Maryland

Cruess, W. V., 1958. Commercial fruit and vegetable products, 884 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Eckles, C.H., and others, 1951. Milk and milk products. 454 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Harris, R. S. and H. V. Loesecke, 1960. Nutritional evaluation of food processing.
612 pp.
Jacobs, M. B., ed., 1951. Chemistry and technology of food and food products. 3 vols.
Interscience Pub. Co., New York

Loesecke, H. W. von, 1942. Outlines of food technology, 505 pp.
Reinhold Pub. Co., New York







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Meyer, H., 1953. The complete book of home freezing, 456 pp.
Lippincott Co., Philadelphia, Pa.

Miller, A. R., 1958. Meat hygiene. 557 pp.
Lea and Febigar, Philadelphia, Pa.

Parker, M. E., 1948. Food-plant sanitation, 447 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Rose, M. S., 1940, 4th ed. Feeding the family, 421 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Rosenberg, H. R., 1942. Chemistry and physiology of vitamins, 515 pp.
Interscience Publications, New York

Selzer, H. M., and K. Selzer, 1948. Diet in India and Pakistan, and diseases due
to malnutrition, 671 pp.

Sherman, H. C., 1952. Chemistry of food and nutrition, 721 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Stevenson, G. T. and C. Miller, 1960. Introduction to foods and nutrition, 517 pp.
John Wiley and Sons Co., New York

Stout, G. J., 1947. The home freezer handbook, 345 pp.
D. Van Nostrand Co., New York

Tressler, D. K. and C. F. Evers, 1957. The freezing preservation of foods.
2 vols., 1,770 pp.
Avi Pub. Co., Westport, Connecticut

U. S. Dept. Agriculture, Yearbook, 1959. Food, 736 pp
U. S. Supt. Documents, Washington

Winton, A. L. and K. B. Winton, 1945. The analysis of foods, 999 pp.
John Wiley and Sons Co., New York

Woodman, A. G., 1941, 4th ed. Food analysis, 607 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

SERIALS:
Food Technology, 1947 --- Monthly
Institute of Food Technology
Champaign, Illinois'

Journal of Nutrition, 1928, Monthly
Wistar Institute, Philadelphia, Penna.

FOREST PRODUCTS

Atkinson, D. J., 1948. Forests and forestry in Burma.
Jour. Royal Soc. Arts, 94: 478-491

Champion, H. G., 1935. Preliminary survey of the forest types of India & Burma. 287 pp
Indian Forest Records, New Series, 1935.







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Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome

Monroy, J. A. von, 1952. Integration of forests and industries,
205 pp., Report 16

Nuslund, M., 1956. A forestry and forest products research institute,
Report 456

Kollman, F. F. P., 1956. Forest Products Research Division,
49 pp., Report 498

Miedler, K. A., 1957. Mechanization of teak extraction, 63 pp., Report 614

Gallant, M. N., 1957. The teakwood trade, 81 pp., Report 692.

Forest Bulletins, Union of Burma

Bull. No. 30, Photographs of the timbers of Burma
Bull. No. 33, 1940. Air drying tests on Burma timbers, 40 pp.
Forest Service, Union of Burma, Annual Reports

Morehead, F. T., 1944. The forests of Burma, 67 pp.
Burma Pamphlet No. 5, Longmans Green Co., London

Rodgers, A., 1951. A handbook of forest products of Burma, 144 pp.
Supt. Government Printing, Rangoon

GENETICS, PLANT BREEDING

Babcock, E. B. and R. E. Clausen, 1927. Genetics in relation to agriculture, 673 pp.
McGraw Hill Co., New York

Bailey, L. H. and A. W. Gilbert, 1926. Plant breeding 474 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Darlington, C. D., 1932. Chromosomes and plant breeding, 112 pp.
Macmillan Co., London

Darlington, C. D. and E. K. J. Ammal, 1945. Chromosome atlas of cultivated plants.
397 pp.
Allen and Unwin Co., London

Darlington, C. D. and K. Mather, 1950. The elements of genetics, 446 pp.
Macmillan Co., London

Demerec, M., 1947. Advances in Genetics. One volume yearly.
Academic Press, New York

Elliott, F. C., 1958. Plant breeding and cytogenetics. 395 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Goldschmidt, R., 1938. Physiological genetics, 375 pp.
McGraw Hill Co., New York

Goldschmidt, R. B., 1955. Theoretical genetics, 563 pp.
Univ. California Press, Berkeley, California







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Hayes, H. K. and others, 1955. Methods of plant breeding, 551 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Hutt, F. B., 1949. Genetics of the fowl, 590 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Imperial Bureau of Plant Genetics, many publications.
School of Agriculture, Cambridge Univ., Cambridge, England

Jones, D. F., 1925. Genetics in plant and animal improvement, 568 pp.
John Wiley Sons, New York

Kempthorne, 0., 1957. An introduction to genetic statistics, 545 pp.
John Wiley Sons, New York

McElroy, W. D. and B. Glass, 1957. The chemical basis of heredity, symposium. 848 pp.
Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland

Plant Breeding Abstracts 1930 -- twice year
Cambridge, England

Sager, R. and F. S. Ryan, 1961. Cell heredity, 411 pp.
John Wiley Sons, New York.

Stern, C., 1949. Principles of human genetics, 617 pp.
W. H. Freeman Co., San Francisco

GRASSLANDS, RANGE, FORAGE

Ahlgren, G. H., 1956. Forage crops, 536 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Allred, B. W., 1952. Practical grassland management, 285 pp.
Interstate Pub. Co., Danville, Illinois

Briggs, G. M. and W. P. Mortensen, 1957. Approved practices in forage crops, 330 pp.
Interstate Press, Danville, Illinois

McVickar, M. H., 1956. Approved practices in pasture management, 255 pp.
John Wiley & Sons, New York

Sampson, A. W., 1952. Range management, 570 pp.
John Wiley & Sons, New York

Semple, A. T., 1951. Improving the world's grasslands, 147 pp.
Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome

Sprangue, H. B., 1959. Grasslands, 424 pp.
American Assoc. Advancement Science, Symposium Vol. 53.

U. S. Department of Agriculture, YEAR BOOK, 1948, Grass, 892 pp.
U. S. Supt. Documents, Washington, D. C.







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Wheeler, W. A., 1950. Forage and pasture crops, 752 pp.
D. Van Nostrand Co., New York

Whyte, R. 0., 1957. The grasslands and fodder resources of India, 437 pp.
Indian Council Agri. Research, New Delhi, India'

Yegna, N. I. A. K., 1950. Feeds and fodders.
Bangalore Press, Bangalore, India

HORTICULTURE, GENERAL

Avery, G. S. and E. B. Johnson, 1947. Hormaones and horticulture, 326 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Barrett, 0. W., 1928. The tropical crops, 365 pp.
The Macmillan Co., New York

Chandler, W. H., 1958, 2nd ed.. Evergreen orchards, 535 pp.
Lea and Febiger Co., Philadelphia

Cheema, G. S., S. S. Bhat, & K. C. Naik, 1954. Commercial fruits of India. 422 pp.
Macmillan Co., London, Calcutta.

Childers, N. F., 1954. Mineral nutrition of fruit crops, 907 pp.
Rutgers University Horticultural Publications, New Brunswick, N. J.

Dijkman, M. J., 1951. Hevea. Thirty years of research in the Far East, 329 pp.
University of Miami Press, Coral Gables, Florida

Feilden, G. S. and R. J. Garner, 1936, 1940. Vegetative propogation of tropical
and subtropical fruits, 176 pp.
Tech. Comm. No. 7, 13. Imperial Bureau of Fruit Production, London

Gardner, V. R., 1952, 3rd ed. The fundamental of fruit production, 739 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Gardner, V. R., Bradford, F. C., and Hooker, H. D., Jr., 1952. Fundamentals of
fruit production, 3rd ed., 739 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Garner, R. J., 1947. The grafter's handbook, 120 pp.
Faber and Faber, London

Hayes, W. B., 1957, 3rd ed. Fruit growing in India, 512 pp.
Vanguard Press, Allahabad, India

Kains, M. G. and L. M. McQuesten, 1946. Propagation of plants, 639 pp.
Orange-Judd, New York

Levitt, J., 1941. Frost killing and hardness of plants, 211 pp.
Burgess Publishing Co., Minneapolis

__, 1956. The hardiness of plants, 278 pp.
Academic Press, New York







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MacDaniels, L., 1961. Factors in improving horticulture in the tropics with special
reference to Southeast Asia

Macmillan, H. F., 1948. Tropical planting and gardening, 385 pp.
The Macmillan Co., London

Mahlstede, J. P. and E. S. Haber, 1957. Plant propagation, 413 pp.
John Wiley & Sons, New York

Nicholls, H. A. and J. H. Holand, 1929. A textbook of tropical agriculture, 639 pp.
The Macmillan Co., London

Popenoe, W., 1920. Manual of tropical and subtropical fruits, 474 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Skoog, F., 1951. Plant growth substances, 476 pp.
University of Wisconsin, Madison

Taylor, N., 1945. Cinchona in Java.
Greenberg, New York

HORTICULTURE, INDIA AND BURMA

Ali, A. M., 1941. Nagari oranges -- their past and present.
Madras Agr. J. 29: 347-50.

Allan, R. G., 1934. Citrus cultivation
U. P. Dept. Agri. Fruit Series
Bull. 6: Allahabad

1940. Outline of Indian agriculture.
Boroda, India

Anonymous, 1928. Home canning of fruits.
Bombay Dept. Agr. Leaflet 4.

___, 1933. A way for improving the keeping quality of plantains.
Bombay Dept. Agr. Leaflet 6.

1943. Report on the marketing of citrus fruits in India.
Govt. Ind. Marketing Ser. 43

1945. Report on the marketing of bananas in India.
Govt. Ind. Marketing Ser. 49.

1947. Cold and gas storage of fruits and vegetables.
Bombay Dept. Agr. Leaflet 1.

Aykroyd, W. R., 1951. The nutritive value of Indian foods and the planning of
satisfactory diets. Fourth edition, revised by V. N. Patwardhan and
S. Ranganathan.
Govt. of India Press, New Delhi

Bhat, S. S., 1939. Mango, the king of fruits, 15 pp.
Indian World, Calcutta


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Bhat, S. S., 1943. Economic Utilization of Indian Limes.
Baroda Dept. Agr.

1944. Classification of mango.
Current Sci. 13: 135-136

Bhattacharya, S. C. and Dutta, S., 1951. Citrus varieties in Assan.
Ind. J. Genetics and Plant Breed II: 57-62

Bould, C., 1955. Chelated iron compounds for the correction of limeinduced
chlorosis in fruit.
Nature 175: 90-1

Burns, W. and S. H. Prayag, 1920. The book of the mango.
Bombay Dept. Agr. Bul. 103.

Chakravorti, A. K., 1951. Origin of cultivated bananas of South East Asia.
Ind. J. Genetics and Plant Breed. 11: 34-46

Cheema, G. S. and D. V. Karmarkar, 1939. Cold storage of fruits and vegetables.
I.C.A.R., New Delhi

Cheema, G. S., S. S. Bhat, and K. C. Naik, 1954. Commercial Calcutta.
Fruits of India

Cheesman, E. E., 1934. Principles of banana breeding.
Tropical Agriculture, XI, 4, 1934.

Dasarathy, T. B., 1951. The guava (Psidium guajava).
Madras Agr. J. 38: 521-7

Dutta, S., 1952. Some bananas of Assam.
Ind. J. Hort. 9 (3) : 26-35

Fawcett, H. S., 1936. Citrus diseases and their control, 2nd ed.
McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York

1927. Citrus diseases and their control.

Gandhi, S. R., 1924. Investigations in fig culture and treatment.
Bombay Dept. Agr. Bul. 117

1949. Pineapple culture in western India.
Bombay Dept. Agr. Bul. 156

1952 a. Banana culture in western India.
Poona Agr. Col. Mag. 42: 180-209.

1952 b. The avocado.
Bombay Dept. Agr. Bul. 188.

Hayes, W. B., 1957. Fruit growing in India, 3rd ed., 512 pp.
Vanguard Press, Allahabad, India







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Howes, F. N., 1928. The banana in some tropical eastern countries, its forms and
variations.
Kew Bull., pp. 305-332.

Jacob, K. C., 1934. South Indian bananas.
Madras Journ. Agr. XXII: No. 2, 41-57, Feb.

Javaraya, H. C., 1943. Bi-annual cropping of apple in Bangalore.
Ind. J. Hort. 1: 31-4

Kulkarni, L. B., 1911 a. The cultivation of guavas near Poona, Dharwar & Limbgaon.
Bombay Dept. Agr. Bul. 40

Kumar, L. S. S. and A. Abraham, 1943. The papaya, its botany, culture, and uses.
Reprinted from J. Bombay Nat. His. Soc., pp. 5.

Lushington, A. W., 1910. The genus citrus.
Ind. For. 36: 323-53.

Mathur, P. B., K. K. Singh, and N. S. Kapur, 1953. Cold storage of mangoes.
Ind. J. Agr. Sci. 23: 65-77.

Mayadas, C., 1954. Between us and hungar (about India)
Oxford Univ. Press, London

Mendiola, N. B., 1926. A manual of plant breeding for the tropics.
Manila, Phillippines

Mukherjee, S. K., 1953. The mango--its botany, cultivation, uses and future improve-
ment, especially as observed in India.
Econ. Bot. 7: 130-62.

1948. The varieties of the mango (Mangifera indica L.) and
their classification.
Bul. Bot. Soc. Bengal 2: 101-133.

Naik, K. C., 1947. South Indian mangoes.
Madras Agr. Dept. Bul. 24, 2nd edition.

Quaile, H. J., 1938. Insects of citrus and other subtropical fruits.
Comstock Publishing Co., Ithaca, N. Y.

Randhawa, M. S., 1958. Agriculture and animal husbandry in India, 364 pp.
Indian Council of Agri Research, New Delhi

Randhawa, G. S. and D. Singh, 1951. Strawberry culture in India.
Ind. J. Hort. 8 (4): 49-53

Sen, A. C. and D. Prasad, 1953. Pests of bananas in Bihar.
Ind. J. Hort. 9 (4): 240-6

Singh, L. and B. Singh, 1939. The Kashmir fruit industry.
Punjab Fruit Development Board

Singh, L. B. and R. L. Singh, 1955. Mango orcharding.
Agr. and An. Hus. U. P. 6 (1): 3-26






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1954. The litchi.
Supt. Printing and Stationery, U. P., Allahabad

Singh, R. N., 1954. Hybridization and mango improvement.
Ind. J. Hor:t. II: 16-18

Stahl, A. L., 1953. Composition of miscellaneous tropical and sub-tropical Florida
fruits.
Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 283

Tanaka, T., 1937. Citrus fruits of India.
Allahabad Farmer II: 2, ff.

HORTICULTURE, ORNAMENTAL

Bailey, L. H., 1902. Standard cyclopedia of horticulture, 3 vols.
Macmillan Co., New York

1941. Hortus second, 778 pp.
The Macmillan Co., New York

1949. Manual of the cultivated plants, 851 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Benthal, A. P., 1946. Trees of Calcutta and its neighborhood, 513 pp.
Thacker, Spink & Co., Calcutta.

Bor, N. L., 1953. Manual of Indian forest botany, 441 pp
Oxford Univ. Press, Calcutta

Chittenden, F. H., 1951. Dictionary of gardening, 5 vols.
Clarendon Press, Oxford, England

Christopher, E. P., 1954. The pruning manual, 320 pp.

Colling, G. H., 1955. Commercial fertilizers, 5th ed., 617 pp.
McGraw Hill Co., New York

Corner, E. J. H., 1952. Wayside trees of Malaya, 2nd ed.
Government Printing Office, Singapore

Davis, R. S. and M. L. Steiner, 1952. Philippine orchids, 270 pp.
William Frederick Press, New York

Eckbo, G., 1956. The art of home landscaping, 278 pp.
F. W. Dodge Corp., New York

Fairchild, L. M., 1953. The complete book of gladiolus, 243 pp.
Farrar, Straus and Young, New York

Firminger, Manual of gardening in India, 8th ed.

Fogg, H. G. W., 1957. The gladiolus today, 190 pp.

Garner, R. J., 1958. The grafter's handbook, rev. ed., 260 pp.
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Graf, A. B., 1959. Exotica 2, Pictorial cyclopedia of indoor plants, 1149 pp.
Roehers Co., Rutherford, N. J.

Haller, J. M., 1957. Tree care, 224 pp.

Horticulture color charts. British Colour Council and Royal Horticulture Society
2 vols.

Kuck, L. E. and R. C. Tongg, 1955. The modern tropical gardens, 250 pp.
Tongg Publishing Co., Honolulu, Hawaii

Lawrence, W. J. C., 1951, 3rd ed. Practical plant breeding, 166 pp.
G. Allen & Unwin ltd., London

Mahlsted, J. P. and E. S. Haber, 1957. Plant Prooogation, 413 pp.
John Wiley Co., New York

McCurrach, J. C., 1960. Palms of the world, 290 pp.
Harper and Brothers Co., New York

Musser, H. B., 1950. Turf management, 354 pp
McGraw Hill Co., New York

Pertchik, B., 1951. Flowering trees of the Caribbean, 144 pp.
Rinehart, New York

Post, K., 1949. Florist crop production and marketing, 891.
Orange Judd Pub. Co., New York

Seemann, B. C., 1856. Popular history of palms. 359 pp.
L. Reeve, Longon, England

Standardizediplant names, 1942. 673 pp.
Amer. Joint Comm. on Horticultural Nomenclature, New York

Taylor, N., 1948. Encyclopedia of gardening, horticulture and landscape design,
1,225 pp.
Houghton Mifflin Co., New York

Watkins, J. V., 1952. Gardens of the Antilles, 244 pp.
University of Florida Press, Gainesville, Florida

1956. A. B. C. of orchid growing, 134 pp.
Ziff-Davis Pub. Co., Chicago

Watts, R. L., 1947. The vegetable growing business, 549 pp.
Orange Judd Bub. Company, Inc., New York

Wells, J. S., 1955. Plant propogation practices, 344 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York









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J., 1946. Greenhouses: their construction and equipment, 271 pp.
Orange Judd Co., New York

1956. Ground cover plants, 175 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

MEDICAL PLANTS, PHARMACOGNOSY


Anonoymous, 1959. Utilization of nitrogen and its compounds by plants (SEB Symposia
XIII)
Academic Press, New York

Anzaldo, F. E., et al., 1956-58. Screening of Philippine plants for steroidal
sapogenins, in Philippine Journal of Science 85: 305-314; 86: 233-239
and 87: 191-195

Chopra, R. M., et al., 1958. Indigenous drugs of India, 655 pp.
U. N. Dhur and Sons, Calcutta

Claus, E. P., 1961, 4th ed. Pharmacognosy, 730 pp.
Lea & Febiger Co., New York

Dawson, R. F., 1960. Biosynthesis of the Nicotiana Alkaloids
American Scientist, 1960, 321-340

Douglas, Bryce and Kiany, A. K., 1967. A phytochemical survey, Part I.
Alkaloids
Malayan Pharmaceutical Journal, 6: 138-154.

Fieser, L. F. and M. Fieser, 1959. Steroids, 945 pp.
Reinhold Co., New York

Guenther, E., 1948. The essential oils, 6 vols.
D. Van Nostrand Co., New York

Hilditch, T. P., 1953. The chemical constitution of natural fats, 664 pp.
J. Wiley & Sons, New York

Lederer, E. and M. Lederer, 1957. Chromatography, 2nd ed., 717 pp.
Elsevier Pub. Co., New York

Manske, R. H. F., and H. L. Holmes, 1950-1960. The Alkaloids, a Journal
Academic Press, New York

Miram, R. and S. Pfeifer, 1959. Uber die Veranderungen im Alkaloid-
Haushalt der Mohnpflanze wahrend einer Vegetationsperiode.
Scientia Pharmaceutica, 27: 34-53

Paeck, K., and M. V. Tracey, 1954. Modern methods of plant analysis.
Moderne methoden der flanzenanalyse, 4 vols.
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Tschirch, A., 1930-1936. Handbuch der Pharmakognosie, 2 vols.
Tauchnitz Co., Leipzig

Wallis, T. .., 1960, 4th ed. A Textbook of Pharmacognosy, 580 pp.
J. A. Churchill Co., London

Wehmer, C., 1929-31. Die Pflazenstoffe, 2 vols.
G. Fischer Co., Jena

Woodson, R. E., et. al, 1954. The Rauwolfia story.
Little, Brown Co. also Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Inc., Summit, N. J.

PLANT PHYSIOLOGY

Avery, G. S. and others, 1948. Hormones and horticulture, 347 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Bonner, J., 1950. Plant biochemistry, 537 pp.
Academic Press, New York

Brachet, J., 1950. Chemical embryology, 533 pp.
Interscience Publishers, Inc., New York

Brian, P. W., 1959. Effects of gibberellins on plant growth and development.
Biol. Rev. 34: 37-84

Crocker, W., 1948. Growth of plants, 459 pp.
Reinhold Pub. Co., New York

Crocker, W. and L. V. Barton, 1953. Physiology of seeds, 267 pp.
Chronica Botanica Co., Waltham, Mass.

Curtis, 0. F. and D. G. Clark, 1950. An introduction to plant physiology, 752 pp.
McGraw Hill Co., New York

Duggar, B. M. (ed.), 1936. Biological effects of radiation, 2 vols.
McGraw Hill Book Co., New York

Frear, D. E. H., 1950-1951. Agricultural chemistry, 2 vols.
D. Van Nostrand, Princeton, N. J.

Hine, J., 1956. Physical organic chemistry, 497 pp.
McGraw Hill Co., New York

Hollaender, A., 1954. Radiation biology, 4 vols.
McGraw Hill Co., New York

Horowitz, N. H., 1950. Biochemical genetics of Neurospora
Adv. Genet. 3: 33-71.

S___, 1949. Hunger Signs in Crops, 390 pp.
American Society of Agronomy and National Fertilizer Assoc.
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Klein, R. M., editor, 1961. Plant growth regulation, Fourth International Conference
on Plant Growth Regulation, 850 pp.
Iowa State Univ. Press, Ames, Iowa

Kramer, P. J., 1948. Plant and soil water relations, 347 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

1960. Physiology of trees, 642 pp.
McGraw Hill Co., New York

Miller, D. S., 1938. Plant physiology, 1,201 pp.
McGraw Hill Co., New York

Mitchell, P. H., 1948. General physiology, 927 pp.
McGraw Hill Co., New York

National Research Council, 1956. Antibiotics in agriculture, 278 pp.
National Res. Council Pub. No. 397, Washington

Paech, K., 1956. Modern methods in plant analysis, 4 vols. (German and English)
Springer-Verlog, Berlin

Rabinowitch, E. I., 1945-56. Photosynthesis and related processes, 3 vols.
Interscience Press, New York

Sexton, W. A., 1953, 2nd ed. Chemical constitution and biological activity, 424 pp.
D. Van Nostrand Co., New York

Skoog, F., 1951. Plant growth substances, 490 pp.
Univ. Wisconsin Press, Madison, Wisconsin

Steward, F. C., 1960. Plant physiology, 6 vols.
Academic Press, New York

Stiles, W., 1946. Trace elements in plants and animals, 189 pp.
The University Press; Cambridge England

Turkey, H. B., 1954. Plant regulators in agriculture, 269 pp.
John Wiley Sons, New York

Uber, F. M., 1950. Biophysical research methods, 667 pp.
Interscience Press, New York

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Yearbook, 1961. Seeds, 591 pp.
Supt. of Documents, Washington

Veen, R. ran der and G. Meijer, 1959. Light and plant growth, 159 pp.
N. V. Philips, Eindhoven, Netherlands

Warth, A. H., 1956, 2nd ed. The chemistry and technology of waxes, 940 pp.
Reinhold Pub. Corp., New York







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Went, F. W. and K. V. Thimann, 1937. Phytohormones, 470 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

White, P. R., 1954. The cultivation of animal and plant cells, 239 pp.
Ronald Press, New York

RADIATION BIOLOGY

Alexander, P., 1957. Atomic radiation and life, 385 pp.
Penquin Books Co., New York

Baca, A. M. and P. Alexander, 1955, Fundamentals of radiobiology.
Butterworth Co., London

Chase, G. D., 1959. Principles of radioisotope methodology.
Burgess, Minneapolis

Comar, C., 1955. Radioisotopes in biology and agriculture, principles and practice,
481 pp.
McGraw Hill, New York

Glasser, 0. and others, 1952, 2nd ed. Physical foundations of radiology.
P. B. Hoeber, New York

Goodspeed, T. H., 1939. Radiation and plant cytogenetics.
Botanical Review 5: 1-48

Hollaender, A., 1954. Radiation biology, 4 vols.
McGraw Hill-Coi, New York

Kamen, M. D., 1957, 3rd ed. Isotopic tracers in biology; an introduction to
tracer methodology, 474 pp.
Academic Press, New York

Latarjet, R., ed., 1958. Organic peroxides in radiobiology.
Pergamon Press, London

Overman, R. H. and H. M. Clark, 1960. Radioisotope techniques, 476 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Singleton, W. R., 1958. Nuclear radiation in food and agriculture, 379 pp.
D. Van Nostrand Co., Princeton, N. J.

Underwood, E. J., 1956. Trace elements in human and animal nutrition, 430 pp.
Academic Press, New York

Wallace, B. and T. Dobzhansky, 1959. Radiation, genes, and man.
Henry Holt & Co., N. Y.








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RESEARCH METHODS

Cochran, W. G., 1953. Sampling techniques, 330 pp.
John Wiley Sons Co., New York

Connell, V., 1954. Application of results of research, 207 pp.
Academic Press

Cox, D. R., 1958. Planning of experiments, 308 pp.
John Wiley Sons, New York

Federer, W. T., 1955. Experimental design, 591 pp
Macmillan Co., New York

Finney, D. J., 1953. An introduction to statistical science in agriculture.
John Wiley Sons Co., New York

Kempthorne, 0. and others, 1954. Statistics and mathematics in biology, 633 pp.
John Wiley Sons Co., New York

McGee, R. V., 1954. Mathematics in agriculture, 208 pp.
Prentice-Hall Co., Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

Ostle, B., 1954. Statistics in research, 487 pp.
Iowa State Univ. Press, Ames, Iowa

Wilson, E. B., 1952. An introduction to scientific research, 375 pp.
McGraw Hill Co., New York

SOILS

Bates, R. G., 1954. Electrometric PH determinations, 331 pp.
John Wiley Sons Co., New York

Baver, L. D., 1956. Soil physics, 489 pp.
John Wiley Sons Co., New York

Black, C. A., 1957. Soil root relationships, 332 pp.
John Wiley Sons Co., New York

Buckman, H. 0. and N. C. Brady, 1960, The nature and properties of soils, 567 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Clarke, G. R., 1957, 4th ed. The study of the soil in the field, 204 pp.
Clarendon Press, Oxford, England

Collings, G. H., 1955. Commercial fertilizers, their sources and use, 617 pp.
McGraw Hill Co., New York

Corbet, A. S., 1935. Biological processes in tropical soils, with special reference
to Malaya, 156 pp.
W. Heffer Sons, Co., Cambridge, England







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Engeln, 0. D. von, 1942. Geomorphology, 655 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Gilman, J. C., 1957. A manual of soil fungi,450 pp.
Iowa State College Press, Ames, Iowa

Jacks, G. V., 1960. Bibliography of soil science, fertilizers and agronomy, 762 pp.
Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, Netherlands

Jackson, M. L., 1958. Soil chemical analysis, 512 pp.
Englewood Clif:s, N. J.

Jacob, A. and H. von Ue-.kull, 1958. Fertiline: use, nutrition and manuring of
tropical crop!, 491 pp.
Translated by C. L. Whittles, Verlagsgellschaft fur ackerbau,
Hanover, Germany

Jenny, H., 1941. Factors of soil formation, 281 pp.
McGraw Hill Co., New York

Kevan, D. K. M., 1955. Soil zoology, 512 pp.
Buttersworth's Scientific Pub., London

Millar, C. E., 1955. Soil fertility, 436 pp.
John Wiley Sons Co., New York

Millar, C. E. and others, 1958. Fundamentals of soil science, 526 pp.
John Wiley Sons, New York

Mohr, E. C. J. and F. A. van Baren, 1954. Tropical soils.
W. Van Hoeve Co., The Hague, Netherlands

Nijhawan, S. D., 1944. Conservation of soil moisture under dry farming
Indian Farming 5:

Page, H. J., 1958. Efficient use of fertilizers, 355 pp.
Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome

Pondleton, R. L., 1954. The place of tropical soils in feeding the world
Ceiba 4: 201-222

Richards, L. A., 1954. Saline and alkali soils.
U. S. Department Agri., Agri. Handbook No. 60, Washington

Russell, E. W., 1961, 9th ed. Soil conditions and plant growth, 688 pp.
Longmans Green Co., London

Shaw, B. T., 1952. Soil physical conditions and plant growth, 491 pp.
Academic Press Co., New York

Taylor, D. W., 1948. Fundamentals of soil mechanics, 700 pp.
John Wiley Sons Co., New York







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Thompson, L. M., 1957. Soils and soil fertilizers, 451 pp.
McGraw Hill Co., New York

Tisdale, S. L. and W. L. Nelson, 1956. Soil fertility and fertilizers, 430 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

U. S. Bureau of Plant Industry, 1951. Soil Survey Handbook, 503 pp.
Supt. Documents, Washington

U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Year Book, 1938. Soils and men, 1232 pp.
Supt. Documents, Washington

U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Year Book, 1957. Soil, 784 pp.
Supt. Documents, Washington

Van Vuren, J. P. T., 1949. Soil fertility and sewage. 236 pp.
Faber and Faber Co., London

Waksman, S. A., 1952. Soil microbiology, 356 pp.
John Wiley Sons Co., New York

Wooltorton, F. L. D., 1951. Soil movements of the dry zone of Burma, 156 pp.
Supt. Gov. Printing, Rangoon

SOIL CONSERVATION

Arakeri, and others, 1959. Soil management in India.
Asia Publishing Co., Bombay

Ayers, Q. C., 1936. Soil erosion and its control, 365 pp.
McGraw Hill Co., New York

Bennett, H. H., 1939. Elements of soil conservation, 993 pp.
McGraw Hill Co., New York

Burges, A. E., 1937. Soil erosion control.

Eden, T., 1947. Elements of tropical soil science, 136 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Frevert, R. K., and others, 1955. Soil and water conservation engineering, 479 pp
John Wiley Sons Co., New York

Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome, 1948. Soil conservation, 189 pp

Gustafson, A. F., 1937. Conservation of the soil, 312 pp.
McGraw Hill Co., New York








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Jacks. G. V. and R. 0. Whyte, 1939. Vanishing lands, a world survey of soil erosion,
332 pp.
Doubleday Doran Co., New York

Pendleton, R. C., 1939. Soil erosion as related to land utilization in the humid
tropics.
Proceeding, Sixth Pacific Science Congress 4: 905-920

Stallings, J. H., 1957. Soil conservation, 575 pp.
Prentice Hall Co., Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

1957. Soil use and improvement, 403 pp.
Prentice Hall Co., Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

Thompson, T., 1944. Soil erosion and its control in the Shan States, Burma, 43 pp.
Burma Forest Dept. Rangoon

U. S. Dept. Agri., 1957. Yearbook, Soil, 784 pp.
U. S. Supt. Documents, Washington

Weaver, R. L., 1958. Conservation handbook, 502 pp.
Interstate Press, Danville, Illinois








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BANANA


Anonymous,



Barker, W.


1924. The banana and its cultivation, with special reference to the
British Empire.
Bull. Imp. Inst. of Great Britain 22: 303-333

G., 1959. A system of maximum multiplication of banana plant
Tropical Agriculture (Trinidad) 36: 274-284


Barnell, H. R., 1940. The banana in relation to human nutrition.
Trop. Agriculture, Trin., 17, 143-6.

Cheema, G. S.,S. S. Bhat and K. C. Naik, 1954. Commercial fruits of India.
Calcutta, India


Cheeseman, E. E., 1933-1942.
Jour. of Genetics


Genetics and cytological studies of Musa.
1932: 31-52 1935: 337-357


(1947-50). The classification of the bananas. Kew Bull.,
1947, 97-117; 1948, 11-28, 145-57, 323-28; 1949, 23-28, 133-37,
265-72, 445-52; 1950, 27-31, 151-5

,1948. New classification of genus Musa. Kew Bull., Miscellaneous
Information

Dodds, K. S., 1943. Genetic and cytological studies of Musa.
Jour. of Genetics 45: 113-138.

1950. The breeding of disease resistant bananas.
World Crops 2: 56-59.


Dodds, K.


S. and N. W..,Simmonds, 1948. Genetical and cytological studies of
Musa IX. The Origin of an edible diploid and the significance of
interspecific hybridization in the banana complex.
J. Genet., 48, 285-96


Fawcett, W., 1921. The Banana.
Duckworth and Co., London'

__, 1921. The banana; its
uses, 2nd ed. 299 pp.
Duckworth and Co., London

Hill, A. W., 1926. The original home
Nature, Lond., 117, 757


cultivation, distribution and commercial



of the banana.


Larter, L. N. 1935. Hybridism in Musa.
Jour. of Genetics 31: 297-315.

von Loesecke, H. W., 1950. Bananas, 189 pp.
Interscience Pub., New York







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Merrill, E. D., 1954. The botany of Cook's voyages.
Waltham, Mass., U. S. A.

Murray, D. B., 1960. Deficiency symptoms of the major elements in the banana.
Trpical Agriculture (Trinidad) 36: 100-107

Popenoe, P., 1914. Origin of the bananas.
Jour. of Heredity 5: 273-280

Reynolds, P. K., 1927. The banana; its history, cultivation and place among
foods. 181 pp.
Houghton Mifflin Co., New York

___.__, 1929. The story of the banana, 5th ed., 40 pp.
United Fruit Co., Boston, Massachusetts

Simmonds, N. W., Bananas, 466 pp.
Longmans, Green and Co., London

1950. Polyploidy in bananas. 335 pi:
Proceedings VII, Int. Botanical Congress.

1954. A survey of the Cavendish group of bananas.
Trop. Agriculture, Trin., 31, 126-30

Simmonds, N. W. and K. Shepherd, 1955. The taxonomy and origins of the
cultivated bananas.
Jour. Linn. Society Botany 55: 302-312

Simmonds, N. W., 1956. Botanical results of the banana collecting expedition, 1954-55
Kew Bulletin 1956, 463-489

1959. Bananas. 466 pp.
Longmans, Green and Co., London

Spencer, J. E., 1953. The abaca plant and its fiber, manila hemp.
Econ. Bot., 7, 195-213.

Venkataramani, K. S., 1946. Studies of Indian bananas. I. A descriptive study of
24 varieties.
Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci., 23, 113-28.

von Loesecke, H. W., 1950. Bananas; chemistry, physiology, technology.
2nd ed. 189 pp.
Interscience Pub., New York

Wardlaw, C. W., 1935. Diseases of the banana.
Macmillan Co., London









CITRUS

Batchelor, L. D. and H. J. Webber, 1948. The Citrus Industry. Vol. II.
University of California Press, Berkeley, California

Bonavia, E., 1888-1890. The Cultivated Oranges and Lemons, etc., of India and
Ceylon. 384 pp.
W. H. Allen & Co., London

Bryan, 0. C., 1957. Malnutrition symptoms of citrus with practical methods of
treatment.
Fla. State Dept. Agr. Bul. 93 (rev. ed.): 1-64, Tallahassee, Fla.

Camp, A. F., 1938. Citrus Propagation.
Fla. Agr. Ext. Service Bull. 96.

Coit, J. E., 1922. Citrus fruits.
Macmillan, New York

Fawcett, H. S., 1936. Citrus diseases and their control, 2nd ed. 656 pp.
McGraw Hill Co., New York

Gandhi, S. R., Oranges, Limes and Lemons in India.
Indian Council Agri. Research, New Delhi

Hume, H. H., 1926. The- cultivation of citrus fruits. 561 pp.
Macmillan, New York

1957. Citrus Fruits. 444 pp.
The Macmillan Co., New York

Lowrie and Lowrie, D. E., 1934. Orange and lemon culture in India.
Times of India Press, Bombay

Merrill, G. B., 1953. A revision of the scale insects of Florida. 143 pp.
Florida State Plant Board Bul. 1.

Pratt, R. M., 1958. Florida guide to citrus insects, diseases and nutritional
disorders in color. 191 pp.
Florida Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 591

Rhoads, A. S. and E. F. DeBusk, 1931. Diseases of citrus in Florida.
Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 229

Stahl, A. L., et al., 1937. Florida citrus storage.
Florida Agr. Exp. Sta. Bulls. 303 and 304

Tolkowsky, S., 1938. Hesperides: A History of the Culture and Use of Citrus
Fruits. 371 pp.
John Bale Sons and Curnow, London

Webber, H. J. and Batchelor, L. D., ed., 1943. The Citrus Industry, 2 vols.
University of California Press, Berkeley, California

Wester, P. J., 1915. Citrus fruits in the Philippines.
Phillippine Agr. Rev. 8(1) 6:187







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ADDENDA

Aiyar, S. P., 1937. The preparation of useful products from citrus fruits. 6 pp.
Burma Dept. Agri. Bull. 30, Supt. Gov. Print., Rangoon

Pratt, R. M., 1958. Florida guide to citrus insects, diseases and nutritional
disorders in color. 191 pp.
Fla. Agri. Exp. Sta. Pub., Gainesville, Florida

Wallace, J. M., 1959. Citrus virus diseases. 243 pp.
Univ. of California Div. of Agri. Sciences.

COCONUT

Aten, A. and others, 1958. Copra processing in rural industries. 122 pp.
Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome

Briton-Jones, H. R., Rev. by E. E. Cheesman, 1941. The diseases of the coconut palm.
Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore

Cooke, F. C., (Coconut in Malaya harvesting)
Malayan Agr. J., 19, 477, 1931; (Storage) 20, 5, 1932; (Dwarf) 21, 164, 1933

1936. Copra manufacture.
Malay Agr. Jour. 24: 167-176; 332-349; 27: 167-332, Kuala Lumpur.

Cook, 0. F., 1901. The origin and distribution of the coconut.
U. S. Nat. Herbarium, Contribution No. 7, 257-293.

Copeland, E. B., 1931. The Coconut. 3rd Ed.
The Macmillan Co., New York

Menon, S. R. K., 1942. Coconut fruit growth and anatomy.
Indian J. Agr. Sci., 12, 423.

Omar, A. B. H., 1919. Races of the coconut palm.
Gardens Bull., Straits Settlements, 2 (No. 5), 143

Park, M., 1934. Drought and coconut yield.
Trop. Agrst. 83, 141

Patel, J. S., 1938. Coconut, a morngraph.
Supt. Gov. Press, Madras'

Sampson, H. C., 1923. The coconut palm. 262 pp.
John Bales and Sons and Danielson, London

Varghese, M. K., 1934. Diseases of the coconut palm
Supt. Gov. Press, Trivandrum, India

SERIALS:

Indian Coconut Journal, 1946 -- Bimonthly
Indian Central Coconut Committee, Ernakulan, India







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COFFEE

Andrade, E. N., 1914. A cultural do cafe nas Indias Neerlandesas. 118 pp.
Secretaria de Agricultura, Sao Paulo, Brasil.

Anonymous, 1878. Liberian coffee in Ceylon. 142 pp.
Compiled from the Ceylon Observer, Colombo, Ceylon

Anstead, R. D., 1915. Coffee; its cultivation and manuring in South India. 3 pp.
Bangalore, India

Bally, W., 1931a. Handboek voor de koffiecultuur. 212 pp.
Amsterdam, J. H. deBussy.

Brown, A., 1880. The coffee planter's manual. 246 pp.
Colombo, Ceylon

Cheney, R. H., 1925. Coffee. 244 pp
New York University Press, New York

1925. "Coffee; a monograph of the economic species of the genus
Coffea L." 244 pp.
New York University Press, New York

Coleman, L. C., 1934. The coffee-planting industry of South India.
Empire Journal of Experimental Agriculture 2(8): 303-314.

Cramer, P. J. S., 1957. A review of literature in coffee research in Indonesia.
Inter American Insti. of Agri. Sci., Turrialba, Costa Rica

1924a. Grafting in coffee culture.
Tropical Agriculturist (Ceylon) 62(2): 76-86; (3): 147-155; (5): 272-279;
(6): 336-347.

Curtler, E. A., 1931. Coffee in South India.
Malay Agri. Journal

Dahlgren, B. E., 1938. Coffee
Field Museum of natural history, Chicago

Ferwerda, F. P., 1948. Coffee breeding in Java.
Economic Botany 2: 258-272

Fruwirth, C., 1923. Handbuch der landwirthschaflichen pf lanzenzuchtung. 5 vols. p.160
V. Die Zuchtung kololialer Gewachse. Paul Parey, Berlin

Galang, F. G., 1928. Coffee culture.
Philipp. Agr. Rev., 345-397

Haarer, A. E., 1956. Modern Coffee Production. 467 pp.
Leonard Hill, London

Hewitt. R., 1872. Coffee, its history, cultivation and uses. 102 pp.
D. Appleton Co., New York







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Hille, R. L. M., 1930. Historical review of the coffee selection in Java. pp. 191-201
Pacific Congress, Java

Jotapen, J., 1915. The cultivation and preparation of coffee for the market. 102 pp,
Aberdeen.

Krug, C. A., 1951. The genetics of coffee.
Advances in genetics 4: 127-158.

Sabonadiere, W., 1870. The coffee planter of Ceylon. 216 pp.
London

Silva, H. L. E., 1958. Sao tome e principle e a cultural do cafe. 499 pp & plates.
Tipografea Minerva, Lisbon, Portugal

Sybenga, J., 1961. Genetics and Cytology of Coffee. 100 pp.
Martinus Nijhoff Co., The Hague, Netherlands

Thurber, F. B., 1881. Coffee, from plantation to cup. 416 pp.
American Grocer Publishing Assoc., New York

Ugarte, J. P., 1920. Preparing coffee for the market.
Tropical Agriculturist (Ceylon) 54:265

Ukers, W. H., 1948. The romance of coffee. 280 pp.
Tea and Coffee Trade Jour. Co., New York

Vincente-Chandler, J., 1922. A guide to intensive coffee culture. 51 pp.
U. S. Dept. Agri. Production Research Rep. No. 31.

Wickizer, V. D., 1951. Coffee, tea and cocoa. 497 pp.
Stanford Univ. Press, Palo Alto, Calif.

Wylie, K., 1948. Production, consumption and price trends of coffee. 27 pp.
U. S. Office Foreign Agri. Rel., Report No. 33.

Zimmermann, A., 1904. Eenige pathologische en physiologische waarnemingen
over koffie. pp. 1-105.
Buitenzorg Islands Plantentuin, Mededeeling No. 67

SERIAL:

Indian Coffee Board Research Dept. Reports, 1945 ---, Annual
Indian Coffee Board Balehonnur P 0. South India







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COTTON

Abraham, P., 1940. Cytological studies in Gossypium, 295 pp.
Indian Journ. Agr. Soc. 10: 285-298.

Aten, T. D. and T. D. Stock, 1934. Burma cotton and its improvement
Burma Dept. Agr., Agr. Survey 18: 1-17

Ayyar, V. R., 1938. Some aspects of cotton breeding work in India, 334 pp.
Papers Conf. Scient. Res. Work Cotton India

Bailey, A. E., 1948. Cottonseed and cottonseed products, 936 pp.
Interscience Pub. Co., New York

Balasubrahmanyan, R., 1948. Hybrid cotton, 117 pp.
Indian Cotton Growing Rev.

Ballard, W. W., 1934. A New method of self-pollinating cotton, 14 pp.
U. S. Govt. Printing Office, Washington

Balls, W. L., 1912. The cotton plant in Egypt, 210 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York, N. Y.

1912. List of published papers dealing with the cotton plant.
Cairo, Egypt.

Bowman, F. H., 1908. The structure of the cotton fiber.
Macmillan, London

Brown, C. H., 1939. Cotton breeding technique as evolved at Giza, 13 pp.
Government Press, Cairo

__, 1947. New Varieties of Egyption Cotton.
Egyptian Ministry Agr., Cairo, Egypt

Brown, H. B., 1936. Cotton varieties recognized as standard commercial varieties.
Journ. Amer. Soc. Agronomy

1938. Cotton, 2nd ed., 592 pp.
McGraw-Hill Co., New York

Cook, 0. F., 1909. Origin of the Hindi cotton, 12 pp.
Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C.

1913. Heredity and cotton breeding, 113 pp.
Government Printing Office, Washington

Cardozier, V. R., 1957. Growing cotton, 423 pp.
McGraw Hill, New York

Feng, C. F., 1935. Genetical and cytological study of species hybrids
of Asiatic and American cottons.







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Gammie, G. A., 1907. The Indian cottons, 200 pp.
Thacker, Spink & Co., Calcutta

Harland, S. C., 1939. The genetics of cotton, 193 pp.
J. Cape Co., London

Hawks, E. B., 1926. Cotton, 12 pp.
U. S. Dept. Agr. Libr. Notes.

Hutchinson, J. B., 1945. The sea island cottons.
Empire Jour. Expt. Agr., London

,1947. The evolution of Gossypium and the differentiation
of the cultivated cottons, 160 pp.
Oxford University Press, London

R. A. Silow, and S. G. Stephens, 1947. The evolution of
Gossypium and the differentiation of the cultivated cottons.
Oxford University Press, London

Indian Cotton Growing Review, 1946 --- quarterly
Indian Central Cotton Committee, Bombay

Johnson, W. H., 1926. Cotton and its production, 536 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Kearney, T. H., 1931. Cotton, history, botany and genetics.
American Genetics Association, Washington, D. C.
p. 195-210, 325-336, 375-384, 409-415.

1922. The uniformity of pima cotton, 6 pp.
Government Printing Office, Washington

Kottur, G. L., 1923. Studies in inheritance in cotton.
Thacker, Spink & Co., London

Kottur, G. L., 1920. "Kumpta" cotton and its improvement, 4 pp.

Leake, H. M,, 1911. Studies in Indian cotton, 243 pp.
Journ. Genetics J 823 1: 205-272

Longley, A. E., 1933. Chromosomes in gossypium and related genera.
U. S. Dept. of Agr. Journ. of Agricultural Research.
V. 46 No. 3, Feb. 1, p. 217-227.

Marbury, J. B., 1905. Relation of weather conditions to growth and development of
cotton, 10 pp.
U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington

Merrill, G. R., 1949. American cotton handbook, 943 pp.
Textile Book Publishers, New York








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McClelland, C. K., 1980. The genetics, breeding and improvement of corn and cotton.
Fayetteville, Ark.

Nanjundayya, C., 1956. Technological research on cotton in India, 205 pp.
Indian Central Cotton Committee, Bombay

Orton, W. A., 1907. Sea island cotton, 48 pp.
Govt. Printing Office, Washington

Sen, K. R., 1934. Variations in the characters of cotton fibres with the progress
of the season.
Indian Journ. Agr. Sci. 4:295-319

Stock, T. D., 1927. The indigenous cotton types of Burma
India Dept. of Agr. Memiors 14 (No. 5, 177-187).

Te, U Ba, 1939. Cotton pests of Burma, 35 pp.
Burma Dept. Land Records and Agr., Bull. No. 8

Watt, G., 1907. The wild and cultivated cotton plants in the world, 406 pp.
Longmants Green & Co., London

JUTE

Baker, S., 1939. The science of jute.
Jour. Textile Institute 30: 275-304

Banerji, I., 1933. The development of flower and pollen in jute.
Indian Jour. Agri. Science 3: 116-126.

Bisevas, K., 1935. Jute and allied fibers.
Current Science 3: 571-572.

Chaudhury, N. C., 1921. Jute in Bengal, 288 pp.
W. Newman Co., Calcutta

1933. Jute and substitutes, 201 pp.
W. Newman Co., Calcutta

Deb, P. K., 1954. Comprehensive study of jute.
Das Gupta Co., Calcutta

Harrer, A. E., 1952. Jute substitute fibers, 185 pp.
Wheatland Jour. Ltd.

Indian Central Jute Committee Annual Report, 1943 ---
Calcutta

Jenkins, W. L., 1927. The jute industry of India. 390 pp.
Commerce Reports, Aug. 15.








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LEGUMES, PULSES

Food and Agriculture Organization, United Nations, 1959. Tabulated information on
tropical and subtropical grain legumes, 368 pp.
Plant Production and Protection Div., F.A.O., Rome.

Harter, L. L., 1932. Bean diseases and their control, 29 pp.
U. S. Dept. Agri. Farmers Bull. No. 1692.

Hukum, S. and R. B. Ekbote, 1936. The inheritance of seed characteristics in gram
(Cicer aretinum)
Indian Jour. Agri. Science 6: 1087-1104

Kraus, F. G., 1932. The pigeon pea (Cajanus indicus) etc.,.and utilization in
Hawaii, 46 pp.
Hawaii Agri. Exp. Sta. Bull. No. 64, Honolulu

Kumar, L. S. S. and others, ? date. Improvement of pulse crops.
Indian Council Agri. R search, New Delhi

Mahta, D. N., 1931. Studies in Cajahus indicus, 25 pp.
Gov. Central Pub. Branch, Calcutta

Markley, K. S., ed., 1951. Soybeans and soybean products, 2 vols, 1145 pp.
Interscience Pub., New York

Shaw, F. J. F., 1933. Studies in Indian pulses.
Indian Jour. Agri. Sci. 3: 1-36

Sornay, 1913. Les plants tropicales de la famille des Legumineuses, 489 pp.
Library, Agriculture Coloniale, Paris

Thompstone, E., and A. M. Sawyer, 1914. The peas and beans of BURMA, 107 pp.
Burma Dept. Land Rec. and Agri. Bull. No. 12

Townsend, G. R., 1947. Diseases of beans in southern Florida.
Florida Agri. Exp. Sta. Bull. No. 439,, Gainesville, Florida

White, R. 0., 1953. Legumes in tropical agriculture
World Crops 5: 110.

Whyte, G. and others, 1953. Legumes in agriculture, 367 pp.
Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome








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MAIZE CORN

Anderson, E., 1942. Races of Zea Mays.
Annals Missouri Botanic Garden 29: 69-86.

__, 1945, (Contribution in)
New Crops for the New World p. 27-42 Maize
Macmillan Co., New York

1949. The corn plant of today, 20 pp.
Pioneer Hi-bred Corn Co., Des Moines, Iowa

Basio, E. and others, compiled, 1958. Abstract bibliography of corn, 1946-1955.
College of Agriculture, College Luguna, Philippines.

Bhatnagar, P. S. & Verma, G., 1957. Spacing experiment. with maize in Uttar Pradesh.
Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 27(3): 251-258

Bonnett, 0. T., 1954. The inflorescences of maize.
Science (n.s.) 120 (3107:77-87).

Brunson, A. M., and J. D. Escarlos, 1956. Sweet corn in the Philippines.
Philippine Agriculturist 39(9): 528-534.

Bryan, A. A. and R. W. Jugenheimer, 1937. Hybrid corn in Iowa. 366 pp.
Iowa Agr. Exp. Station Bull.

Bunting, E. S., 1950. World Cereals today: maize, the highest yielding cereal.
World Crops 2(1): 5-9

Cates, H. R., 1916. Farm practice in the cultivation of corn, 67 pp.
U. S. Department of Agriculture Bulletin No. 320.

Ceylon, 1939. Department of Agriculture. Notes on the cultivation of food crops.
Tropical Agriculturist (Ceylon) 93(6): 351-361. Corn, pp. 354-355.

Collins, G. N., 1909. A new type of Indian corn from China.
U. S. Dept. Agr. Bur. P1. Ind. 161: 1-28

1918. Tropical varieties of maize; great diversity of types of maize-
most important food crop cultivated by natives of America at time of
discovery plant shows wide distribution.
Journal of Heredity 9(4): 147-154.

__, 1920. Waxy Maize from upper Burma.
Science N. S., 52: 48-51








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Dominquez, Z., 1914. The modern cultivation of corn. 351 pp.
Dominguez Corn Book Publishing Co., San Antonio, Texas

East, E. M., 1911. Inheritance in Maize. 142 pp.
Connecticut Agr. Exp. Station Bull. 167.

Emerson, R. A., A summary of linkage studies in maize. 83 pp.
Cornell Agr. Exp. Station Mem. 180.
Paper No. 212, Dept. Plant Breeding, Cornell, Ithaca, New York

Fennell, J. L., 1948. Temperatre-zone plants in the tropics.
Economic Botany 2(1): 92-99.

Hannay, A. M., 1931. The influence of weather on crops: 1900-1930; a selected and
annotated bibliography. 246 pp.
U. S. Dept. of Agriculture Miscellaneous Publication No. 118.

Hartley, C. P. and others, 1912. Crossbreeding corn. 72 pp.
U. S. Dept. Agri. Bureau Plant Industry, Bull. No. 218.

Kelley, M. A. R., 1933. Corncribs for the corn belt. 26 pp.
U. S. Dept. Agr. Farmers Bull. 1701.

Kempton, J. H., Maize and Man.
Jour. Heredity 17:33-51

Kisselbach, T. A., 1951. A half-century of corn research. (References)
American Science 39: 629-655.

Kuleshov. N. N., 1954. Some peculiarities of maize in Asia.
Missouri Botanical Garden. Annals 41(3): 271-299.

Mangelsdorf, P. C. and D. L. Oliver, 1951. Whence Came Maize to Asia.
Howard Univ. Botanical Mus. 14:263-291

Martinez, A., and James, C. N., 1960. Corn, Bibliography of Publications available.
in Institute Library, Inter-American Institute of Agr. Sciences, Orton
Memorial Library, 2 vols. 1130 pp. Bibliographical List No. 3,
Inter-Amer. Inst. Agr. Sci., Turrialba, Costa Rica

Melhus, I. E. M., 1949. Plant research in the tropics.
Iowa Agri. Exp. Sta. Res. Bul. 371.

Morrison, G., 1947. Hybrid corn-science in practice.
Economic Botany 1: 5-19.








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Nezamuddin, S. and L. K. Prasad, 1958. Spacing experiment on maize yield in Bihar.
Allahabad Farmer 32(5):159-167.

Polak, B. and M. Spraptohardjo, 1951. Pot and field experiments with maize on
acid forest peat from Borneo. 17 pp.
Indonesia General Agricultural Research Station, Contribution No. 125.

Randolph, L. F., 1928. Chromosome numbers in Zea mays L.
New York (Cornell) Agricultural Experiment Station Memoir 117.

Reeves, R. G., 1953. Comparative morphology of the American Maydeae. 26 pp.
Texas Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 761.

Richey, F. D., 1935. The what and how of hybrid corn.
U. S. Dept. Agr. Farmers Bull. No. 1744.

1950. Corn Breeding.
Advances in Genetics 3:159-192.

1952. Hybrid corn in Tennessee
Tenessee Agr. Exp. Station, Bull. 227

Sayer, J. D., 1948. Mineral accumulation in corn.
Plant physiology 23: 267-281.

Shafer, J., 1939. Physiology of lazy corn.
Botanical Gazette 101:8-80.

Sprague, G. F., 1942. Production of hybrid corn.
Iowa Agr. Exp. Station Bul. p 48: 556-582.

_, 1955. Corn and corn improvement, 699 pp. (Agronomy Vol. 5).
Academic Press, New York

Stringfield, G. H., 1950. Heterozygoses and hybrid vigor in maize.
Agronomy Journal 42: 145-152.

Wallace, H. A., 1949. Corn and corn growing, 5th edition, 424 pp.
John Wiley and Sons, New York

Weatherwax, P. 1923. The story of the maize plant, 247 pp.
University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois

Weijer, J., Comp., 1952. A catalogue of genetic maize types together with a maize
bibliography. 425 pp.
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MANGO

Bharati, S., 1958. Mango propogation.
Tropical Agriculture (Trinidad) 35: 190-194

Bhat, S. S., 1939. Mango, the king of fruits, 15 pp.
Indian World, Calcutta

1944. Classification of mango.
Current Science 13: 135-136

Burns, W. and S. H. Prayag, 1921. Book of the mango.
Gov. Central Press, Bombay

Gangolly, S. R. and others, 1957. The mango, 530 (excellent plates)
Indian Council of Agri. Research, New Delhi

Mathur, P. B. and others, 1953. Cold storage of mangoes.
Indian Jour. Agr. Sci. 23: 65-77.

Mukherjee, S. K., 1948. The varieties of the mango and their classification.
Bull. Botanical Soc. Bengal 2: 101-133

Naik, K. C., 1947. South Indian Mangoes.
Madras Agr. Dept. Bull 24, 2nd ed.

Singh, L. B. and R. L., Singh, 1955. Mango orcharding.
Agr. and Animal Husb. 6: 3-26

Singh, L. B., 1960, The mango, botany, cultivation and utilization.
World Crop Series, Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, Netherlands

MISCELLANEOUS CROPS

Abraham, A., Tapioca cultivation in India
Indian Council Agr. Research, New Delhi

Baum, H. E., 1904. The breadfruit, 28 pp.
Plant World Vols 6 and 7

Condit, I. J., 1950. A bibliography on the Avocado. (Persea Americana). 372 pp.
Univ. Cal. Citrus. Exp. Sta., Riverside, California

Gandhi, S. R., Grap culture
Indian Council Agr. Research, New Delhi

Honda, I., 1909. The silk industry in Japan, 198 pp.
Imperial Tokyo Sericulture Institute, Tokyo

King, G., 1893. The Anonaceae of India, 169 pp.
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Krishnan, R. H. and M. Kantiraj, 1941. Cultivation of Betel vine
Madras Agr. Journal 29: 12

Lindsey, H. A. F., 1921. Report on lac and shellac, 162 pp.
Pioneer Press, Allahabad, India

Nambiar, K. K., Arecanut cultivation in India
Indian Council Agr. Research

Safford, W. E., 1914. Classification of the genus Annona, 68 pp.
U. S. National Herbarium, Washington

Simmonds, N. W., Bananas and manila hemp.
World Crops 4: 407-409

Umali, D. L. and J. L. Brewbaker, 1956. Abaca (Manila hemp)

Wester, P., 1920. The breadfruit
Philippine Agr. Review 13: 223-229

White, D. G., 1948. Bamboo culture and utilization in Puerto Rico
Federal Exp. Sta. Circ. No. 29, San Juan, Puerto Rico

OIL CROPS, SEED AND OTHER
(see Peanut and Sesamum)

Bahl, J. C., 1938. Oilseed trade in India, 135 pp.
The New Book Co., Bombay

Blatter, E., 1926. Elaeis guineensis. In the Palms of British India and Ceylon
p. 486-492.
Oxford University Press, London

Bunting, B., C. D. V. Georgi and J. N. Milsum, 1934. The oil palm of Malaya, 293 pp.
Malayan Planting Manual No. 1, Dept. Agri., Kuala Lumpur, Malaya

Indian Oilseed Atlas, 1958. 118 pp.
Indian Central Oilseed Committee, Hyderabad.

Vanderwegen, R., 1952. Nations de culture de 1'Elaeis au Congo Belge, 288 pp.
Brussels, Belgium

PAPAYA

Cheema, G. S. and P. G. Dani, 1930. Papaya in Bombay
Dept. Agr. Bombay Bull. 162

Foster, L. T., 1943. Papaya morphology and cytology
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Haigh, J. C., 1946. (Papaya selection)
Trop. Agrst., 102, 17

Hofmeyr, J. D. J., 1941. The Genetics of Carica papaya.
Chron. Botanica, 6, 245

Jones, W. W. and W. B. Storrey et al, 1941. (Papaya production in Hawaii)
Hawaii Agr. Exp. Sta Bull. 87

Miller, C. D. and R. C. Rob*ins, 1937. The nutritive value of papaya.
Biochem. J. 31

Simmonds, J. H., 1937. Diseases of the papaw.

Wolfe, H. S. and S. J. Lynch, 1942. Papaya culture in Florida
Fla. Agr. Ext. Serv. Bull. 113.

PEANUT, GROUNDNUT

Badami, V. K., 1935. Botany of the groundnut.
Journal Mysore Agri. Exp. Sta., Bangalore, India 14:188-194; 15:59-70

Beati:; W. R. and J. H. Beattie, 1943. Peanut growing, 31 pp.
U. S. Dept. Agri. Farmers Bull No. 1656, Washington

Colwell, W. E. and others, 1946. Fertilizing peanuts in North Carolina, 21 pp.
N. C. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull 356, Raleigh, North Carolina

Killinger, G. B. and others, 1947. Peanuts in Florida, 47 pp.
Florida Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 432, Gainesville, Florida

Martin, J. H. and W. H. Leonard, 1949. Peanuts. In principles of field crop
production. 784-800

Narayana, G. V., 1954. Groundnut cultivation in India.
Indian Council Agr. Research, New Delhi

PINEAPPLE

Collins, J. L., 1938. Mutations in the pineapple.
Journal Heredity 29: 163-172

Collins, J., 1949. History, taxonomy and culture of the pineapple.
Economic Botany 3:335-359.

Johnson, M. 0., 1935. The pineapple, 306 pp.
Paradise of the Pacific Press, Honolulu, Hawaii

Krauss, B. H., 1948. Anatomy and vegetative organs of the pineapple
Ananas comosus.
Botanical Gazette 110: 159-217







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Rollin, P. H., Pineapple growing, 48 pp.
U. S. Dept. Agr. Farmers Bulletin 1411.

Sayed, I., 1940. Botanical study of exotic pineapple varieties.
Jour. Univ. Bombay 8: Biol Science: 75-81.

Sideris, C. P., 1928. Water relations of pineapple plants.
Soil Science 26: 305-314.

Stewart, G. R., 1927. The composition of the pineapple plant at various stages
of growth.
Hawaiian Plant Research 31: 368-387.

POTATO, IRISH OR WHITE

Clark, C. F., 1951. Description of and key to American potato varieties, 57 pp.
U. S. Dept. Agr. Circular No. 741

Hardenburg, E. W., 1949. Potato production, 270 pp.
Comstock Pub. Co., Ithaca, New York

McIntosh, T. B., 1927. The potato, 264 pp
G. E. Stechert Co., New York

Stuart, W., 1915. Potato breeding and selection, 35 pp.
U. S. Dept. Agr. Bull. No. 195.

1923. The potato, 456 pp.
J. B. Lippincott, Philadelphia

Talburt, W. F. and 0. Smith, 1959. Potato processing, 475 pp.
Avi Pub. Co., Westport, Connecticut

Whitney, M., ? date. Fertilizers and potato soils, 19 pp.
U. S. Dept. Agri. Bureau Soils Bull No. 65

SWEET POTATO

Boswell, V. R., 1950. Commercial growing and harvesting of sweet potatoes, 38 pp.
U. S. Dept. Agri. Farmers Bull. No. 2020.

Hand, T. E. and K. L. Cockerham, 1921. The sweet potato, 261 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Harter, L. L., 1944. Sweet potato diseases, 26 pp.
U. S. Dept. Agri. Farmers Bull. No. 1059.

Lutz, J. M., 1948. Storage of sweet potatoes, 50 pp.
U. S. Dept. Agri. Bull. No. 1442.








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Miller, F. E., 1940. Sweet potato growing, 25 pp.
U. S. Dept. Agri. Farmers Bull. No. 999

Pal, B. P. ? date. Indian potato varieties.
Indian Council Agr. Research, New Delhi

Taubenhaus, J. J., 1923. The culture and diseases of the sweet potato, 286 pp.
E. P. Dutton Co., New York

Thompson, H. C., 1922. Group classification etc. of American varieties of sweet
potatoes, 29 pp.

Vasudeva, R. S., ? date. Virus diseases of potatoes and their control in India.
Indian Council Agri. Research, New Delhi

RICE

Aiyar, S. P., 1945. A chlorosis of paddy (Oryza sativa L.) due to sulphate
deficiency.

Anonymous, 1918. Disease investigations in Ceylon.
(Extracted from the Report of the Mycologists, Burma, for 1918).
Trop. Agr. 50:290.

Bawden, F. C., 1950. Plant viruses and virus diseases Ed. 3.

Beachell, H. M., 1945. Tetraploids induced in use by temperature and colchicine
treatments.
American Soc, Agronomy Jour. 37: 165-175.

Beale, R. A. Note on the classification of the rices of Lower Burma.
Poona Agr. Coll. Mag. 7: 81-90.

1927. A scheme of classification of the varieties of rice found in
Burma.
Central Publication Branch Bul., Gov. of India, Calcutta, No. 167.

Cabailo, B. C., 1925. Weeds in the reice fields and their effect on the yield of
grain.
Philippine Agriculture 14: 359-371.

Camus, J. C., 1920. Rice in the Philippines.
Phil. Agr. Review 14: 7-86 and Bureau of Agr. Bull. No. 37, 1921.

Capsinpin, J. M. A study of varietal crosses and hybrid vigor in rice.
Philipp. Agr. 27: 255-277.

Chao, L. F., 1928. Linkage studies in rice.
Genetics 13: 133-169.

Collier, G. A., 1947. Rice production and marketing in the United States, 32 pp.
U. S. Dept. Agri. Misc. Pub. No. 615.








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Copeland, E. B., 1924. Ri.C, 352 pp.
Macmillan and Co., London

Crist, R. D., 1961. Rice, food for one third the world's population, 20 pp.
Smithsonian Inst., Washington Ann. Report, 1960.

Dave, B., 1943. Improved rice strains in the Central Provinces.
Indian Jour. Agri. Sci. 13: 479-488.

De, Pran K., 1939. The role of blue-green algae in nitrogen fixation in rice fields.
Proc. Roy. Soc. Ser. B. 127: 121-139.

Diehl, W. W., 1954. A list of references to diseases of rice, 157 pp.
U. S. Dept. Agri. Research Ser. Spec. Pub. No. 6.

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1947. Report of the Rice
Study Group, 58 pp.
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Wash.

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1948. Nutrition Problems of
Rice Eating Countries in Asia.
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Wash.

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1948. Rice and Rice Diets,
72 pp.
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Washington

Fraps, G. S., 1927. The effect of salt water on rice.
Texas Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull., 371: 16 pp

Grist, D. H., 1955. Rice, 2nd ed., 333 pp.
Longmans Green Co., London, New York

Gunawardena, K., 1947. Botanical characters of paddy.
Tropical Agriculture (Ceylon) 103: 105-112.

Haigh, J. C., 1937. The effect of selection on the age of pure-line paddy.
Trop. Agr. Ceylon 89: 71-74

Hector, G. F., 1936. Breeding and genetics of rice in India.
Proc. Worl's Grain Exh. and Conf. Regina, Canada 1933, 2: 121-126.

Jack, H. W., 1923. Rice in Malaya.
Jour. Malayan Agri. 11: Nos. 5 and 6.

1923. Rice in Malaya
Huxley, Palmer and Co., Kuala Lumpur, Dept. of Agri.
Bull. No. 35, Malay States

Jacks, G. V., 1954. An annotated bibliography of rice soils and fertilizers.
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Jagoe, R. B., 1952. Photoperiodism of Oryza sativa in Malaya.
Midlay Jour. Agri. 35: 85-102.

Jones, J. W., 1926. Hybrid vigor in rice.
Jour. Amer. Soc. Agronomy 18: 423-428.

1933. Inheritance of characters in rice (Oryza sativa)
U. S. D. A. Jour. Agri. Research 47: 771-782

1936. Improvement in rice.
Yearbook, U. S. Dept. Agr., 1936, p. 415-454.

1941. Rice varieties and their comparative yields in the United States.
U. S. Dept. Agr. Circular No. 612, Washington

Juliano, J. B., Botanical classification of Philippine cultivated races.
Bull. Nat. Res. Council Philipp. 25: 73-79.

1941. Progress in rice research in the Philippines.
Philipp. Jour. Agr. 12: 125-196.

Kikkawa, S., 1912. On the classification of cultivated rice.
Jour. Coll. Agri. Tokyo 3:11-108

Lockard, R. G., 1958. Mineral nutrition of the rice plant in Malaya.
Federation of Malaya, Dept. of Agriculture, Bull. No. 108, 147 pp.

Love, H. H., 1955. Report on rice investigations, 1950-54, 148 pp.
Thailand Ministry of Agri., Dept. of Rice, Bangkok.

Martin, J. H. and W. H. Leonard, 1950. Rice, in Principles of Field Crop Production,
p. 582-604
Macmillan Co., New York

Mitra, S. K., 1926. Rice seed-testing.
Agriculture Journal of India 21: 421-428.

1929. Effects of hydrogen ion concentrations on rice cultures.
India Agr. Journal 24: 109-116.

Nandi, H., The chromosome morphology, secondary association and origin of cultivated
rice.
Journal Genetics 33: 315-336

Pantaleon, F. T., 1928. Effects upon rice plants of changing the moisture content of
soil.
Philippine Agriculture 17: 173-185.

Parnell, F. R., The Inheritance of characters in rice.
Imperial Dept. of Agr., India, Thacker, Spink & Co., London
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Peralta Y Leano, F. de, 1919. A study of the relation of climiatic conditions to
the vegetative growth and seed production of rice.
Philipp. Agr. 7: 159-183.

Philippine Journal Agriculture, 1927?
Many reports on rice

Ramiah, K., 1927. Artifical hybridization in rice.
Agr. Jour. India 22: 17-22

Rhind, D., 1927. Annual report of the mycologist, Burma for the year ending June 30,
1926. 7 pp.
Supt. Govt. Printing and Stationary, Rangoon, Burma

Rice Breeding Bibliography, 1931. 24 pp.
Imperial Bureau of plant genetics, School of Agriculture
Cambridge, England

Rice Journal
Ceylon

Robertson, 1928. Annual report of the Mycologist, Burma, Mandalay,
for the year ending June 30, 1928, 10 pp.

Robertson, H. F., 1927. Report of the Mycologist, Burma, Mandalay,
for the year ended the 30th June 1927: 11 pp.

Sircar, S. M., 1950. Photoperiodic induction and the development of growing apex in
rice.
Nature (London) 165: 855

Su, M. T., 1933. Report of the Mycologist, Burma, Mandalay, for the year ended
the 31st March, 1933: pp. 12

1934. Report of the Mycologist, Burma, Mandalay, for the year ending
the 31st March, 1934.
Rept. Dept. Agr. Burma 1933-34: 25-33

,1935. Administration report of the mycologist, Burma, Mandalay,
for the year ending the 31st March.

,1936. Report of the Mycologist, Burma, for the year ending 31st
March, 1936.
Rept. Dept. Agr. Burma 1935-36: 35-39

,1937. Report of the Mycologist, Burma, Mandalay, for the yar ending
31st March 1937.

__,1938. Annual Report of the Mycologist, Burma, Mandalay, for the
year ended 31st March 1938.

Thomas, K. M., 1940. India and Burma. New Plant diseases recorded in 1939.
Intern. Bull. Plant Protect. 14: 163-164.








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Ting, Ying, 1949. Origination of the rice cultivation in China.
San Yatsen, Col. Agri. Agron. Bul. (ser 3) 7, 18 pp. July 1949.

Williams, V. R. and E. A. Fieger, 1944. Rice and the Vitamin B. Complex.
Louisiana Agr. Experiement Station Bull. 381.

Yung, Chi-Tung, 1938. Developmental anatomy of the seedling of the rice plant.
Botanical Gazette 99: 786-802.

RUBBER

Anonymous, 1920. The cultivation and preparation of para rubber in Burma, 31 pp.
Dept. of Agri. Bull., Rangoon

Cook, 0. F., 1928. Beginnings of rubber culture.
Jour. Hered. 19: 204-216

Dijkman, M. J., 1951. Hevea. Thirty years of research in the Far East, 329 pp.
University of Miami Press; Coral Gables, Florida
Chronica Botanica, Waltham, Mass.

Edgar, A. T., 1947. Manual of Rubber Planting (Malaya), 411 pp.
Watney and Powell, London

Fairchild, D., 1928. Dr. Ridley of Singapore and the beginnings of the rubber
industry
Jour. Hered. 19: 193-203

Goodyear, Ch., 1855. Gum elastic.
New Haven, Conn. 2 vol.

Hill, A. F., 1937. Economic botany, 592 pp.
McGraw-Hill, New York and London

Kuala Lumpur, Malaya, 1928. Rubber Research Institute of Malaya, Planting Manual

Ridley, H. N., 1891. Rubber cultivation!
Agr. Bul. Malay Peninsula. 7: 132-138.

Rubber Age, 1917 ---, Semimonthly.
Palmerton Pub. Co., New York

Rubber Research Institute of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, 1928-1951.
Planting Manuals 1 10.

Rubber Research Institute of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, 1929.
Annual Reports 1928.

Rubber Research Institute of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, 1929.
Journal, Vol. I.

Rubber Research Institute of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, 1939.
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Schultes, R. E,, 1952. Studies in the genus Hevea IV.
Bot. Mus. Leafl. Harvard Univ. 15(4): 111-138.

Sharples, A., 1936. Diseases and pests of the rubber tree, 480 pp.
Macmillan Co., London

Swart, N. L. and A. A. L. Rutgers, 1921. Handboek voor de rubbercultuur in
Nederlandsch Indie, 777 pp.
Amsterdam: J. H. deBussy.

SESAME

Barrett, 0. W., 1928. In the tropical crops. p 360-361.
Macmillan, New York

Martin, J. H. and W. H. Leonard, 1950. Sesame. In principles of field crop pro-
duction, p. 1039-1040.
Macmillan Co., New York

McLean, A., 1932. Sesamum in Burma, 28 pp.
Dept. Agri. Burma, Agri. Survey No. 16
Supt. Gov. Printing, Rangoon

Nichols, H. A., 1940. Sesame. In a textbook of tropical agriculture, p 572-573.
Macmillan Co., London

Rhind, D. and U. Thein Ba, 1933. The classification of Burmese sesamum.
Indian Jour. Agri. Science, 3: 478-495, Delhi

Tyssonsk, P. R. de, 1931. The sesame (Sesamum orietale)
Landbouw, Buitenzorg, Java

Wilcox, E. V., 1916. Sesame. In tropical agriculture. p. 275.
D. Appleton & Co., New York

SPICES AND CONDIMENTS

American Spice Trade Association, Yearly, Spice Manual and Directory

Cutler, E. A., 1931. Cardomons.
The Malayan Agri. Jour. 19: 271-276

Gibbs, W. M., 1909. Spices and how to know them, 179 pp.
W. M. Gibbs Co., Dunkirk, New York

Gleason, H. A., 1924. The spices of commerce
Jour. New York Botanical Garden 25: 111-114

Grieve, M., 1934. Culinary herbs and condiments, 55 pp.
Harcourt, Bruce Co., New York

Macmillan, H. F., 1909. Spices of the tropics.
Tropical Agri. 33: 223-228








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Parry, J. W., 1945. The spice handbook, 254 pp.
Chemical Pub. Co., Brooklyn, New York

1953. The story of spices, 216 pp.
Chemical Pub. Co., Brooklyn, New York


Paul, W. R. C., 1940.
The Tropical


A story of the genus Capsicum (chilli), 156 pp.
Agriculturist, Paradeniya, Ceylon


Redgrove, H. S., 1933. Spices and condiments, 361 pp.
Issac Pitman Sons Co., London

Ridley, H. N., 1912. Spices, 449 pp.
Macmillan Co., New York

Verrill, A. H., 1940. Perfumes and spices, 304 pp.
L. C. Page Co., Boston

SUGAR CANE

Anonymous, 1937. Economic survey of the sugar can industry in the
Tenasserim (BURMA) and northern Agricultural circles, 26
Supt. Gov. Print., Rangoon


Aitschwager, E. F., 1925. Anatomy and vegetative organs of sugar cane.
Jour. Agri. Res. 30.

Barnes, A. C., 1953. Agriculture of the sugar cane, 392 pp.
L. Hill Co., London


Cheesma, P. S., 1947. Biology of the sugar can root
Indian Jour. Entomology 9: 167-175.


bores in the Punjab.


Crist, R. D., 1948. Sugar cane and coffee in Puerto Rico.
Amer. Jour. Economics and Sociology 1948: 1-35.

Deerr, N., 1949. The history of sugar, 636 pp.
Chapman and Hall. 2 vols., London

1921. Cane sugar, 2nd ed., 644 pp.
Norman Rodger, London

van Dillewijn, C., 1952. Botany of sugarcane, 371 pp.
Chronica Botanica, Waltham, Mass.

1952. Handbook of sugarcane. V. 1, pp. 336-358.
Chronica botanica, Waltham, Mass.

Dutt, N. L., 1935. Recent advances in sugarcane breeding in India.
Poona Agr. Coll. Mag. 27: 7-13.


Earle, F. S., 1928.
John Wiley


Sugarcane and its culture, 335 pp.
and Sons, London


Edgerton, C. W., 1959. Sugarcane and its diseases, 2nd ed., 301 pp.
Louisiana State Univ. Press, Baton Rouge, La.


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Hines, C. W., 1915. History of cane varieties in the Philippines, 28 pp.
Philippine Agr. Rev. 8: 152-168.

King, N. J., R. W. Mungomery and C. G. Hughes, 1953. Manual of cane growing, 349 pp.
Angus and Robertson, London

Knight, J. B., 1925. Sugar cane varieties of Bombay Presidency, India
Bull. Dept. Agr. Bombay 122(1925)

Krauss, F. G., 1926. Genetics and its relation tocane production.
Hawaiian plant Rec. 30: 177-194.

Lyle, 0., 1957. Technology for sugar refinery workers, 635 pp.
Chapman and Hall Co., London

Maxwell, F., 1932. Modern milling of sugar cane.
Norman Rodger, London

1927. Economic aspects of sugar cane production, 199 pp.
N. Rodger Co., London

McKerral, A., 1933. Sugar anecultivation and present prospects of a white
sugar industry in BURMA, 15 pp.
Dept. Land Reclam. and Agriculture, Bull. 28, Rangoon

Raghavan, T. S., 1951. The sugar canes of India; some cyto-genetic considerations.
Jour. Hered. 42: 199-206.

Rao, K. M. G., 1947. Sugareane cultivation.
Bengalore, India

Rosenfeld, A. H., 1956. Sugar canearound the world, 562 pp.
University of Chicago Press, Chicago

Sharma, S. L. and others, 1957. Fungicides for control of red rot in sugar cane.
Indian Sugar Cane Research 1: 174-175

Singh, B. N. The growth of the sugar cane plant in India.
Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. 14(B): 201-34, 359-383.

Sugarcane Research Scheme, 1933 -- Annual Reports
Published at Anakapalle, Gudiyattam and others.

1932-44, Final Report
Padegaon, India

SERIALS:
International Sugar Journal 1899 -- Monthly
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TEA

Bald, C., 1922, 4th ed. Indian tea, 397 pp.
Hacker, Spink Co., Calcutta

S1940, 5th ed. Indian tea, 471 pp.
Thacker, Spink & Co., London

Carpenter, P. H., 1938. Science and tea culture.
Empire J. Exp. Agri. 6

Ceylon Tea Research Institute Reports, 1925---, annual
Ceylon Gov't Press, Colombo, Ceylon

Eden, T., 1961. Tea.
Longmans, Green & Co., New York, 220 pp.

1949. Recent advances in tea research.
World Crops 1:

Harler, C. R., 1956. The culture and marketing of tea, 263 pp.
Oxford University Press, London

Jones, K. B. W., 1938. Enzymes of tea.
Ann Adm. Rep. Tea Sci., Dept. United Plant Assoc. South India
1937/38: 38-58

Korsakov, K. D., 1928. Bibliography of tea, from 1589 to 1926.
Trudy Prikl. Bot., Gen. i Sel,
Bull. Appl. Bot., Gen & Plant Breed. 18(3): 273-473.

Leniger, H. A., 1941. Handleiding voor de Theebereiding, 431 pp.
Bogor, Indonesia: Archipel Drukkerij. Deel I.

Petch, T., 1923. The diseases of the tea bush, 220 pp.
The Macmillan Co., London

Ukers, W. H., 1935. All about tea, 2 vols., 1,150 pp.
The Tea and Coffee Trade Jour. Co., New York

Watt, G. and H. H. Mann, 1903. The pests and blights of the tea plant, 429 pp.
Govt. Printing, Calcutta

Wellensiek, S. J., 1940. Genetical observations with the tea-plant.
Genetica 22: 435-452.

TOBACCO

Arents, G., 1937. Tobacco, its history illustrated by the books, manuscripts and
engravings in the library of George Arents, Jr. Vol. 1. Rosenbach, N. Y.

Avery, G. S., 1933. Structure and development of the tobacco leaf.
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VEGETABLES, GENERAL

Allen, C. L., 1901. Cabbage, cauliflower, and allied vegetables from seed to harvest,
125 pp.
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Allerton, F. W. and W. F. Bewley, 1954. Tomato growing, 196 pp.
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Beattie, W. B., 1937. Onion culture, 28 pp.
U. S. Dept. Agr. Farmers Bull No. 354

Blair, E., 1942. The food garden, 147 pp.
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Brown, H. D. and C. S. Hutchinson, 1949. Vegetable science, 452 pp.
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Comin, D., 1947. Onion production in Ohio.
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Genders, R., 1957. The new hybrid tomatoes, 141 pp.
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Knott, J. E., 1949. Vegetable growing, 314 pp.
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Kraus, J. E., 1940. Chinese cabbage, 20 pp.
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MacGillivray, J. H., 1952. Vegetable production, 358 pp.
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Mack, W. B. and others, 1956. Vegetable and fruit growing, 506 pp.
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Macself, A. J., 1939. The vegetable growers treasury, 320 pp.
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Ochse, J. J., 1931. Vegetables of the Dutch East Indies (Indonesia)
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Robinson, W., 1920. The vegetable garden, 805 pp.
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Stout, G. L., 1958. Successful truck farming, 270 pp.
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Taubenhaus, J. J. and F. W. Mallery, 1924. The culture and diseases of the onion,
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Thompson, H. C., 1939. Vegetable crops, 578 pp.
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Walker, J. C., 1947. Onion diseases and their control, 26 pp.
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Work, P., 1952. The tomata, 136 pp.
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Wright, R. C., 1954. Commercial storage fruits and vegetables, 77 pp.
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WHEAT

Carleton, M. A., 1916. The small grains, 731 pp.
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Clark, J. A., 1942. Classification of the wheat varieties grown in the U. S., 146 pp.
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Dondlinger, P. T., 1910. The book of wheat, 358 pp.
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Harrington, J. B., 1952. Cereal breeding procedures, 122 pp.
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