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A third list of publications on DDT, January through June 1945

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LQ7RARY
STATE PLANT BOARD



November 1945
United States Department of Agriculture
Agricultural Research Administration
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
















A THIRD LIST OF PUBLICATIONS ON DDT

JANUARY THROUGH JUNE 1945

By

R. C. Roark


Division of. Insecticide Investigations


E-674









This third list of publications on DDT is intended to bring
the bibliography of this subject up to July 1, 1945. Previous list*
were issued in June 1944 (174 title from 1874 through April 30,
1944) and May 1945 (4ig titles from May 1, 19441, through December 31o
1944). In all cases where no year of publication is given, it is
understood to be 1945.

(1) ANONYMOUS. 11 nuevo insecticida DDT* Graelleta 2t 189-191.
Dec., 1944.
(2) The ninth annual PC,0.0 conference. Pests 13(1)t 7-80 Jan-

(3) -- [DDT louse powder kills slowly,] (Editorial) Soap and Sanit.
Chem. 21(1): 91, Jan.
(14) Form DYDT Insecticidae, Ltda Soap and Sanit. Chema 21(1):
125. Jan.
(5) Offer DDT license agreements* Soap and Sanit. Chem. 21(1):
127. Jan.
(6) Canada testing DDT, Soap and Sanit. Chem. 21(1): 131. Jan.
(7) -- Total insect war Urged. Sel. New Letter 47(1): 5e Jan* 6.
(8) [Cost of DD!%) Oil, Paint, and Drug Rptr. 147(2): 51!
Jan. 8. Also in Chem. and Engine Nevws 23: 53-54, Jan* 10.
(9) DDT effective only in compounds. Chem. and Engin. News
231 83. Jan. 10.
(10) The chemlins are at it again. Chem. and Engin. News 231
10o4. Jan. 10.
(11) -- Paint containing DM found deadly to flies. Sci News
Letter 47(2): 25, Jan. 13o Also in Science O1lt 10,
Jan. 12; Pests 13(2):t 28, Feb.; and Soap and Sanit. Chem.
21(3): 123, Mar,
(12) --- Insectitideso Oil, Paint, and Drug Rptr. 147(5): 45. Jan.
29.

(13) D-- DT deals death to disease. Chemistry 18(6): 1-10. Feb.
(14) .. Acree of diamonds. Arthur D. Little, Inc., Indus. BuTl.
2079 Feb.





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(15) ANONYMOUSe Purdue P.C.0e conference a success. Poets 13(2):
5-61 Feb. Also in Soap and Sanit. Chems 21(2): l143.
Feb.: and Chem. and Engin. News 23(3): 252, 283, Feb.
10.
(16) Third annual Canadian pest control operators conference
at University of Montreal, February 19, 20o 21# Peosts
13(2): 7-8. Feb.
(17) -- [DT items.] Soap and Sanit. Chem. 21(2): 114. Feb.
(18) -- Ineecticides. Oil, Paint, and Drug Rptr. 147(7)1 51, 72.
Feb. 12.
(19) -- More DW victories. Sci. News Letter 47(7)t 102. Feb. 17.
(20) DDT available for experiments* Oil,011 Paint, and Drug Rptr.
147(8)1 71 Feb. 19. Also in Chemurg. Digest 4(4): 87,
Feb. 286 and Soap and Sanit. Chem. 21(3): 133p Mar.
(21) .-- Penna. Salt completes installation of DDT facilities. Oil,
Paint, and Drug Rptr. 147(8)1 38, Feb. 19. Also in Soap
and Sanite Chem. 21(3)3 135p Mar.; and Chem. and Nngin.
News 23(5) 462, Mar. 10.
(22) The war against weeds, Time, Feb. 19V pp. 67-68,
(23) -- Amy delousing solution to be used on students. Washington
(Do C.) Evening Star Ferb. 21, p. B-17.
(24) -- Notes and news. Science 101(2617): 197. Feb. 23.

(25) -- Composition of insecticides containing DDT. U. S. Army
Med. Dept. RUi. 86; 13.l44 Mar.
(26) DDT in fly control. U. S. Army Med. Dept. Bul, 86: 15.
Mar.
(27) -- DDT and the outlook for PCO's. Pests 13(3): 4. Mar.
(28) -- [Availability of DDJ (Editorial) Soap and Sanit. Chem.
21(3): 103. Mar.
(29) -- Scan 1945 insecticide usees. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 21(3):
135. Mar,
(30) -- Paint men hear Badertseher. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 21(3)
137. Mar.







(31) ANONYMOUS* As we see it. A world "free of insects.* Nature
Hag. 38(3): 145. Mar.
(32) -- More about magic DIM. Country Gent. 115(3): 20, 59. Mar,
(33) -- DDT spray antifreezed. Oil, Paint, and Drug Rptr. 147(10):
5. Mar. 5.
(34) -- Insecticides. Oil, Paint, and Drug Rptr. 147(l0): 61, Mar.
5.
(35) 0-- OPRD's contributions to war production. Chem. and Engin,
News. 23: 445, Mar. 10.
(36) -- WPB notes* Chem. and ngin. News 23: 465. Mar. 10.
(37) -- [Production of DDT in Sweden,] Chem. Age 52(1342): 251,
Mar. 17.
(3s) What about DDT? Du Pont Mag. 39(1): 19-20. Mar.-Apr.
(39) DDT steals the show as an insecticide. Milvay Notebook
3(3)3 10-11. (Published by Chicago Apparatus Co.)
(40) DDT. Chem, Digest 11(1)t 3. (Published by Poster D. Snell,
Inc., Brooklyn, N. t.)
(41) -- [Future market for DDT.] Soap and Sanit. Chem. 21(4): 115.
Apr.
(142) Monsanto DDM to be NSantobane." Soap and Sanit*. Chems 21(4):
14o9. Apr.
(43) ---- DIDT and beneficial insects. Calif. Citrog. 30: 189. Apr.
(44) Insecticides. Oil, Paint, and Drug Rptr. 147(I8): 63.
Apr. 300
(45) Chemists fight insects DT ise the new wonder weapon.
Current Sci. and Aviation 30(30): 174, 179. Apr. 30 -
May 4.
(46) The third annual Canadian pest control operators conference
an outstanding success. Pests 13(5): 5. May.
(47) Two ears of corn. Arthur D. Little, Inc., Indus. Bul. 210:
2. May.





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(48) ANONrMOUS. [DDT.] Sc. News Lettoer 47(19):t 300. May 12.
(49) New insecticide fog generators revolutionzlse man's war
on pests. Los Angeles Times. May 133 It p. 14.
(50) DDT insecticides used abroad. 011, Paint, and Drug Rptr.
147(20), 21. May 14.
(51) -- DDT. D Pont Mag. 39(2)t 34. May-June.
(52) --- For beings animalculous. Arthur D. Little, Inc., Indeus.
Bul. 211. June.
(53) -- [Orderly marketing of DDT.] Soap and Sanit. Chems 21(6):
121. June.
(54) Dr. Alvin J. Cox@ director of State Bureau ef Chemistry,
talks to Los Angeles district association. Pests 13(6):
26. Juane.

(55) Insecticides. Oil, Paint, and Drug Rptr. 147(25): 41, Jne 18.
(56) -- Bug Jitters. (Editorial) Vashington (D. C.) Poet, June 21,
p. 8.
(57) --- Researchs Life and death. Newsweek 25(26)t 76. June 25.
(58) D--- DT. Chean. and Engin. New 23t 1094. June 25.
(59) --- DDT used in Sweden. Chem. and Ingin. News 23: 1120. June 25.
(60) AAMODT, T. L* European corn borer comes to Minnesota, Minn. Farm
and Home Seti. 2(2)t l, 14.15. Feb. 15.
(61) ABRAEAMS0S, G. DDT hopes to end virulent epidemics. Ohem. and
Engin. News 23t 61. Jan. 10.
(62) -- DDT substitutes for lead arsenate. Chem. and Engin. News
23: 584. Mar. 25.
(63) AGRICTJLTTMAL INSECTICIDE AND WYNGICIBIZ ASSOCIATION. Some back-
ground on DIDT sumary. AI News 3(3): 2. Jan..J'eb.
(64) -. F New England conference hears of spray changes. AI? Nevwe
3(3): 3. Jan..-eb.
(65) -- New insecticide hits corn borer. AIF News 3(3)t 4. Jan.-
Feb.








(66) AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDE AND 8OF-1S ASSuJlATIOIN. Sabadilla
tests highly encouraging; haep cos.n ciu.:g Industry.
AV News 3(3): 4. Jan..Jeb.
(67) -- DDT allocation setup prepared with WPB. AI News 3(4)t: 7.
Mar.
(68) -- WB emphasizes MDT restrictions. Ali News 3(6) 1-2.4 May.
(69) AHLBKRG, 0., and MAT* LIH, R. DDT.-Epokgorande model not skade-
insekter. Fore5k och Forskaing 21 52.-54. Apr.

(70) AHENFiLDT A. Le DIT powder for the destruction of' body lice.
Pediculas humanue corporiss Tenn,. State Med. Assoc, Jour.
37: 263:Z650 Aug. 1944.
(71) ALLMI, T. C., and BRUMI, L. K. Experiments with DDT conducted
by University of Wisconsin.., U. S. Bur. at. and Plant
Quar. 3-64.i, 2 pp. Mar. [Processod.]
(72) ANANIA RAU, S. DDT-A new insecticide. Planters' Chrone 391
94o0.942. Nov. 15, 191 6

(73) ANDKRSON, L. Do Experiments with DDT conducted by Virginia Truck
Experiment Station.,. Potato flea beetle. U. So Bur* Into
and Plant Quar. L-644b, p. 2. Mar.
(741) AMAND, P. No Statement. Hearings before the Subcommittee of the
Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, 79th
Congress, Second Session, on the Agriculture Department
Appropriation Bill for 1946. DDT on pp. 493, 495, 496,
497, 4198, 499, 900, 501, 506, 509, 510, 521.
(75) APPLE, J. W. Experiments with DIDT conducted by Illinois Natural
History Survey... European corn borer (p. 2), potato
leafhopper, cabbage caterpillars (p. 3). U. B. Bur. Ent.
and Plant Quar. l.644p. ay. [Processed.]

(76) ARMAGNAC, A. P. Malaria. Pop. Sol. Monthly 146(1)t 102-108, 210.
Jan*
(77) AUCHTER, B. C. The research program of the U. 8. Dept* of Agri..
culture. Wash. Sole. 1(1) 3. Feb.

(78) --. Agricultural Research Administration. 1945 Britannica
Book of the Year, pp. 23.24.
(79) ATABS, J. S. DDT.-.Answer to the farmer's prayer? Sucoeesful
ring 43(6): 26, 28, 29. June.





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(50) BAILES, 1 Le Methods for the preparation of ,lell-trichloro-
2.2-bis(L.-chlorophenyl)ethane, commonly known as DDT.
Jour. Chea. 1d. 22(3)1 122. Mar.

(81) BAKER, H., and PORT, B, A. Remsults of tests with DDT against
fruit insects in 1944. U. S. Bur. Int. and Plant Quar.
".37, 9 PP* Mar* [Processed.]
(82) BALDWIN LABORATORIES, Are young sure you want insecticide contain-
ing DDT now? Pamphlet, 12 pp. Saegertown, Pao

(83) BATCHELDER, C. H., and QUDSTEL D D.. Experiments with DM for
the control of the European corn borer infesting sweet
corn at Toledo, Ohio, in 1944. U. S. Bur, Nnt* and Plant
Q.uar. -659, 11 pp. May. [Processed.]
(84) BIRCHEIILD, Jo DDT to be tested on Maryland fields* Washington
(Do C.) Sunday Star, May 27, p. 0-5.
(85) BISHOPP# F. C. Postwar uses for DDT# Soap and Sanito Chem.
21(2): 109..-11. Feb.

(86) -- Insect problems in Vaerld Var II with special references
to the insecticide DDT. Auer. Jour. Pub. Health 35(4)i
373a.378, Apr.

(87) BISSXLL, T. Le Experiments with DDT conducted by Georgia Agri-
cultural Experiment Station.*, U. So Bur. Xntt and Plant
Qpar. B6144ce 3 pp. Mare [Processed.]
(88) BLANCHARD, R. As and SATTERTHWAIT, A Comparison of four
insecticides, including DDM, in mineral oil for control of
the corn earworm in dent seed corn. U. S. Bur. Into and
Plant Quar, 3.6144, 7 pp. June* [Processed.]

(89) BORDI, A. Do DDT as an orchard spray. Pacific Rural Press and
Calif. Farmer* North Id. 149f 2. Jan. 6.
(90) ---, and JUPP3SO, L. o TeRsts with DDT on larvae of fruit tree
leaf roller and tussock moth, attacking apple. Investigations
with DDT in California, 19414, p. 7. Calif, Agr. Expt. Sta.
Mar,

(91) ----, and JRPPSON, L. R. Field tests with DDT to control codling
moth on Bartlett pears. Investigations with DDT in
California, 1944, pp. 17-18. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Mar.
(92) and JPPSON, L. R. DDT tests in the control of pear bud mite.
Investigations with DDT in California, 1944, p. 18. Calif.
Agr. xpt. Stao Mar.








(93) BORDIU, A* D., and JEPPSON, Le Re Tests comparing the
effectiveness of DDT and rotenone against pear thrip s
larvae, Investigations with DDT in California, 1944,
p. 18. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Mar*

(94) 00--, and J1PPSON, L. Re Teats with DIDT on tussock moth
attacking pear. Investigations with DDT in California,
1944, p. 18. Calife, Agr. Kxpt. Sta. Mar.

(95) BOYC1, A. NM. When will DDT be available to citrus growers?
Calif. Citrog, 301 184-185- Apr.
(96) BROMLEY, S. W. An experiment with DDT. Horticulture 13: 132.
Mar. 1.

(97) BROYER. T. C. Studies on the possible effects of DDT on the
growth of rice and barley. Investigations with DD in
California, 1944, p, 31. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Mar.
(98) BURTNER, J. Co DDT to save t45 vetch? Oreg. South Seedsman
8(2): 14, 44. reb.
(99) --- DDT not harmful to bees. Beekeepers Item 29: 94-.95. Mar.

(100) BUXTON, P. A. The use of the new insecticide DDT in relation
to the problems of tropical medicine. Boy. Soc. Trope
Med. and Hyg. Trans. 35(5)t 367-400. May.
(101) CALIFORNBIA AGRICULTURAL ZXPVRIMENT STATION, DIVISION OF EXNTOMOLOGY
AnD PARASITOLOGTY. Investigations with DIDT in California,
1944 33 PP. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta.. Mar.
(102) CALLAN, 3o McC. Two new insecticides-*.DDT and 666. Jour, Imp.
Col. Trop. Agr. [Ttinidad] 22(6): 98-99. June.
(103) CALVFRY, H. 0. Toxicity of DDT by oral, parenteral, and cutaneous
administration. (Abete) Wash. IBnt. Soc. Proc. 47(1):
31-.32, Jan. Also in Pests 13(1)t 29-30, Jan.
(104) -- Tolerance figure suggested for DV!. (Abet.) AIF News 3(3):
35 Jan,-Feb,

(105) --- DT1 is poisonous. Food Packer 26(5)t 61.62. Apr.
(106) CARDOSO, J. 0 DDT e sua importanelas Observador 1con. e Finance.
9(107): 145.1-46o Deoe 1944.
(107) -- Applicacoes e resultados do DDT. Observador Econ. Financ.
9(108): 143-144. Jan.





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(108) CARMWRIGHT, 0o Le experiments with DDT conducted by South
Carolina UXperiment 8tation*bo Us S. Bur. Ent. and
Plant Quar. &644a, 2 pp. Mare [Proceseed.]
(109) CHAPMAN, P. Jo DDT and the fruit grower. Rural Nov Torker
1041 128-129. Mar. 3o
(110) CEHILDS Le The new insecticide D9le Orege State Hort* Soco
Proc. 591 66..6s.
(11) ---- and BOBINS0J, Re H. Codling moth control with DDT-19144.
Oreg. State Hort. Soo* Proco 59: 73-78.
(112) CHISHOLK, Re D Formulation of DDT sprays and duets* U. 8. Bur.
Int. and Plant Qnar 3-6413, 7 pp. Mar. [Processed]

(113) CLARL, G. L., and CAGL, 1. V., Jr Crystal structure of DDT
E2,p2bis(pchlorophenyl) l, l, l-trichloroethang1J Sciene
101(262T)1 465o Maw 4
(114) CLIYLAND, C0. Re Bperiments with DDT conducted by Standard Oil
Company (Indiana) *** U So Bur. Int. and Plant Quar.
"644e 3 pp. May. [Processed.]

(115) COIAHT, R. Boon or boomerang? Vashington (D, C.) Sunday Star,
Apr. 22, Nago Sect., p.. 13.
(116) 00CNLIN, J G. Research on aW! (Summary) HNo Hort. Soc* Jour.
8t 811.5.
(117) OOOPER, Ro V.T Algo sobre el DDT. Rove Men,. B, A. P*
28(329): 81-3. Apr.
(118) CORT, 31 No Meeting of entomologists. Sciene* 101(2612):
580 Jan, 19.
(119) The new DDT for scale control. Amer. Orchid Soo. Bul.
13(11): 375.-376. Apr. 5.
(120) COTTOI, R. T., I* JKFLD, J. C., WALKD=, *. I.. and
SHRWITZGXBX]N R, B. Tests of DDT against the insect pests
of stored seed, grain and milled cereal products. U. Sg
BPur. ht. and Plant Quare I641l, 7 pP. Mar. [Processeeed.]
(121) 00CX, A. J. DDT review. In Blue Book, edo 17, pp. 17L-1714.
NacNair-Dorland Co., New York. (Based on talk before
State Association of County Agricultural Commissioneres
Sacramento, Califo.. Deco. 7, 19144)
(122) I Education for the public in safer handling of economic
poisons. Posts 13(1) t6t 18, 20, 22, 24. Jane





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(123) COX, A. J. DDT within bounds. Pests 13(6)g 10, 12-14, and
(7)t 10. 12-13. Juno and Jaly.
(124) CRAGG, Jo B. DDT as a sheep blowfly dip. Nature [London]
155(3935): 394. Mar. 31.
(125) CRAIGHEAD, 7. C., and BROWN, R. Co Summary of teete with DDT
in 1944 for control of forest insects. U. S. Bur. hto
and Plant Quar. "-649, 7 pp- Apr. [Processed.]
(126) DMALING, S. 7* The laboratory preparation of DDT. Jour. Chas.
IdL 22: 170. Apr.
(127) DATIAULT, L* Le DDT ou dichloro-diphenyl-trichloroethane. Foret
Qmebecoise 9t 191. Mare

(128) DAVIS, V. Science previews. Sc. Nev Letter 47(1) 10.l1.
Jan. 6,*
(129) DAIS, VW. J. Bffectiveness of DDT in flour mills, Northvest*
Miller 221(7)1 ll4a-.15a. Feb. 14.

(130) DDT effective only against adult veeTil. Grain and Feed
Jour. Consolidated 94(6)t 233.o Mar. 28,
(131) DECKER, G. C. Experiments with DDT conducted by Illinois
Natural History Survey... Cereal and forage crop insects.
U. S. Bur. hnt. and Plant qmar. 3-6414p, p. 1l May.
[Processaed. ]
(132) IMGERING, & F. What's been going on? Joure Chem. 3d 22(2)t
54. Feb.
(133) DITMAJ, L. P. Cheaper insect control possible. Liquefied gas
aerosols better than dusting or prajiagw Food Packer
26(6)1 58, 60, 62. May.

(134) DOEHLERT, C. A. Use of MDT for cranberry girdler, Crambus
hortuellus Zbn Aamer. Cranberry Growerst Assoc. Proc.
(1945) 751 22"23.
(135) IOMOHJOZ, Re Proprietes d'un nouvel insecticide, le Neocide
Geigy; contribution a la theories deos toziques de contact.
Schweiz. Ned. Vchnsohr. 74(36): 952-958. Sept. 9, 194.

(136) DOvWD, P. B., WHITMA, D., TOWES, H. K., and HOTCKISS, No.
DDT applied against certain forest insects in 1944,
particularly with aerial equipment. U. So Burs Bat. and
Plant (Quar. B-663, 13 pp., lluse Juneo, [Processed]





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(137) DOX, V. go Insect repellents. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 21(1)t
121-121B, Jan.

(130) .- DDT insecticides in relation to pest control service.
Pests 13(2): 13-*14* Feb.

(139) XTtLEY, Je X. Jr., BRONSON, T. B., and HARRIJS, F. H. Laboratory
tests with new compounds *as insecticides against the pea
aphid. U. S. Bur* Enit. and Plant Quar* "-651, 10 ppe
Apr. Eroceesseda.]

(140) WNUA,, 73 B. Not yet time for DDT tolerance, Al? News 3(5):
7To Apr.
(141) IM POINT EI NWOURS AND CO., 2. I., IHC* A statement about DDM
(dichloro-diphenyl-trichloroethane) (Advertisement)
Soap and Sanit. Chem. 21(3): 112. Mar.
(142) SXLING, VW Stummary of field experiments with DDT and rotenone
used in red pcale control* Calif. Citrogs 30: 164, 193.
Apr.

(143) ESSIG, 3. 0. Some known facts concerning DDT, the remarkable
new insecticide* Pests 13(4): 8, 10. Apr.

(1414) -- tomoloNry 1945 Britannica Book of the Tear, pp. 262-265,

(145) WART, VW H. Experiments with DIDT conducted by Texas Agricultural
Experiment Station**. Corn earworm, harlequin bug, lima
bean pod borer (p* 1); melon aphid, melon worm, onion
thrips: red spider sp.; six-spotted leafhopper (p. 2);
Trialeurodes abutilonca (p. 3); stablefly; green etinkbug,
and Leptoglosas gp T (p 14). U. S. Bur. Enkit, and Plant
Quare E-. 4g, Mar. [Processed.J
(146) EYING, H. E. The trombiculid mitee (chigger mites) and their
relation to disease* Jour. Parasitol. 20(6)1 339-365.
Dec. 1944.

(147) VIMR, J. R. experiments with DDT conducted by New Mexico College
of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts... Uo S. Bur* Ent, and
Plant Quar. X"644eg pp, 1-2. Mar. [Processedo]

(149) FAHEY, 3. E. Estimation of undecomposed DDT spray deposits on
apples from total organic chlorine content. Assoc. Off.
Agr. lhem. Jouro 28: 152-158. Feb.
(149) PARR, R. N. DDT and malaria. Science (Sup.) 101(2616): 10o,
Feb. 16.





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(150) FAPRAR, M. D. Experiments with DD conducted by Illinois
Natural History Survey... Grain-infesting insects;
feeding DDT dusted corn to hogs. U. So Bur. Ent* and
Plant Quar. Z-644p, p. 4I. May. [Processed.]
(151) FISK, N. Ro Paint and the house-fly. Paint Technol. 9(108):
257T. Dec. 1944,.

(152) --, and FISK@ E. DDT-The new insecticide. Paint Technol,
9(108): 261.-264. Dec. 1944, [Ref. in Soap and Sanit.
Chem. 21(4)t 155. Apr.]

(153) FLECKE, 2., and HALLER, H. L, Compatibility of DDTI with
insecticides, fungicides, and fertilis6res. Indus. and
Engine. Chema,, Indues. Ed. 3T7: 403-405. Apr.
(154) N.--., and PRESTON, R. K. The setting point of DMT. Soap and Sanit.
Chem. 21(5): 111, 113. May.
(155) FLETCHER, R. K. Experiments with DDT conducted by Texas Agri-
cultural Experiment Station... Colorado Potato beetle
(p. 1); plus curculio (p. 3); and ants (p. 4). U. S.
Bur. Ent. and Plant Quar. r.644g, Mare. Proceessed.]

(156) ---, and THOM&S, F. L. Experiments with DDT conducted by Texas
Agricultural Experiment Station... Bollwora (p. 3)o Uo
S. Bur. Eat. and Plant Quar Z-6%44g, Mar. Processed.]
(157) FLUKE, C. L., and POND. M. Experiments with DDT conducted by the
University of Wisconsin..** U. S. Bur. Ent. and Plant Qutar*
-644J J, 3 PP. Apr. Processed.]
(158) FOSDICK, R. B. The Rockefeller Foundation, a review for 1944,
63 pp.

(159) FRAZIE, No W., and STAFFORD, E. M. Experiments with DDT against
the grape leafhopper. Investigations with DDT in California
1944, pp. 9-11. Calif. Agr. xpt. Sta., Mars
(160) FREEBORN, S. B. Use against household insects or insects of
medical importance. Investigations with DM in California,
194e pp. 3-4s Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Har.
(161) FRmT, 0. DeDT. 1945 Britannica Book of the Tear, pp. 225-226,
(162) FULTON, B. B., Experiments with DDT conducted by North Carolina
Agricultural Experiment Station,..* Pickleworm (p. 1).
U. S. Bur. Ent. and Plant Quar. E-644c Mar& (Processed.]
(163) JUNK, Co I. Insect pests and plant quarantines. Punk and Wagnalls
New Standard Encyclopedia Year Book for 1944, pp. 153-155.







(164) GARDNER, M. W., MICHELBACHMR, A. E., and SMITH, B. 7. Spraying
with DDT in a greenhouse to control thrips, the vectors
of spotted wilt in tomatoes. Investigations with DDT in
California, 1944, pp. 24-27, Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Mar.

(165) GEFTE, E. Flygaskinen i skogsvardens tjanst (The airplane in the
service of forestry), Skogbrukeren 19: 149-153. Oct. 15,
1944.
(166) GRIGY COLOUR COo, LTD. The use of Cuesapon and aGuesarol against
soil and root insects. Pamphlet, 31 pp. July 1944.

(167) GEIGT COMPANY, INC. Gesarol AKZ 40 Spray. Pamphlet, 4 pp.
(16S) -- Gesarol AK 40 Spray, Pamphlet, 5 PP.
(169) -.- Gesarol Dust Concentrate* Pamphlet, 5 PP,

(170) Nencid A 10 Powder* Pamphlet, 4 pp*
(171) Neocid Barn Spray. Pamphlet, 4 pp,
(172) --- Neocid Spray Deodorized. Pamphlet, 5 PP.

(173) Gesarol A 20 Spray. Pamphlet, 4 pp.
(174) -- GNB-A.-DDT residue problems. Pamphlet, 4 pp.

(175) GENERAL CIR4ICAL COM1PANY. This louse stopped dead by DDT.
(Advertisement) Chem* and Engine News 23: 314. Feb. 25.

(176) GETNER, L, G., Ch. Report of the Committee on Codling Moth for
1944. Jour, Econ, Ent. 38(l): 138, Feb.

(177) GEORGE, A. R. Belteville scientists seek new ways to boost our
wartime food production. Washington (D. C.) Sunday Star,
Mar. 18, p. C-4,

(178) GINSBURG, J. M. Progress in the development of DDT mosquito
larvicides. N. J, Mosquito Exterm. Assoc. 32: 3-l.4,

(179) GODDIN, A. H., end SWINGLE, M. C. Experiments with DDT conducted
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(10) GOODBU, L, Do New developments in insecticides. Iowa State Col,
Jour. Sci, 19(3): 255-262. Apr.

(181) m---, PALES, J. H., and MCGOVRAN, E. R. Dispersants for aerosols.
Soap and Sanit. Chem. 21(4): 123, 125, 127. Apr.





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(182) GORGAS MEMORIAL LABORATORY. 17th Annual report (1944). 79th
Congress, let Session, House Doc, 15, 32 pp. Jan. 3-

(183) GOULD, G. 1. Roach control test, Soap and Sanit. Chem, 21(2):
113-115, 121. Feb.

(lg94) -- Experiments with DDT conducted by Purdue rAkversity Agri-
cultural Experiment Station.., U& S. ur, *Ent. and Plant
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(185) GRANOVSKY, A. A. DIDT in Minnesota tests shown promise as farm
insecticide, Minn. Farm and Home Sci., Minn. Sta. 2(2):
8-10o. Feb. 15.

(lg6) -- DDT as a horticultural insecticide, Minn. Hort. 73: 52-53.
Apr.i

(lg7) Experiments with DDT conducted by Division of Entomology and
Economic Zoology, University of Minnesota.., Potato insects
(pp. 1-2); truck crop Insects (pp. 2-3); miscellaneous
insects (pp. 3-4). U. S. Bur. Dit. and Plant Quar. E-644t.
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(188) GRAY, K. VW. Experiments with DDT conducted by Agricultural Experiment
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(189) ---, and SCTJEH, J, Experiments with DDT conducted by Agricultural
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(190) GRUMMITT, 0., BUCK, A., and JENKINS, A. New CompoVnds: l,l1-Di-..
(k-chlorophenyl)-l,?,2, 2,-tetrachloroethane. Amer. Chem. Soc,
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(191) ---, BUCK, A., and STEARNS, Jo New compounds: Di-(2-chlorophenyl)-
acetic acid. Amer. Chem. Soc, Jour, 67: 156. Jan.

(192) GUI, H. L, Experiments with DDT conducted by Ohio Agricultural
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(193) GUNTHER, F. A. Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane. I. Solubility
in various solvents, Amer. Chem. Soc. Jour. 67: 189, 190.
Feb.

(194) Quantitiative *stimatinn of DDT and of DDTI spray or dust
deposits, Indus. and ngin, Chem., Analyt. Ed. 17: 149-150,.
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(195) GVTEER, 7. A. Aspects of the chemistry of DDT. Jour. Chen.
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(196) HADLIT, C. H., and LINMING, W. Z. Results of tests made with DDT
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(197) HALL, MH P. From pulp* to bugs. (Letter to Iditor) Sat, Ivening
Post 217(34): 4. Feb. 17.
(199) HAIDGZ, G. The new insect killers. Harper's Mag. 190(1137):
264-268* Feb.
(199) Inpectes Waterloo, USiA& 4(5)1 1. Mare 5.
(200) HAMILTON. J, V. Watch DIM's duet. South. Seedsman 9(4): 14. Apr.
(201) HANSINS, E, Jo Experiments using DDT for the control of resting
adults of Anopheles quadrimaculatus Say. N. J. Mosquito
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(202) HARTZULL, A. Histological effects of certain sprays and activators
on the nerves and muscles of the housefly. Boyce Thompson
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(203) ELSBUIAN, L. Experiments with DDT conducted by Missouri Agricultural
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(204) HAVILAND, 3. 3. ]xperinents with DDT conducted by University of
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(205) HEILBRON, I. X. The new insecticidal material DDT* Roy. Soco Arts
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(206) HMDRS0N, J. MN. Operational planning for the malaria control In
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(207) HKBEGER, J. W. Seed pro-treatment program requires education,
phytopaths' meeting hears. (Abet.) AVl News 3(3): 7. Jan.-
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(208) HIBBS, 3. To htperiments with DDT conducted by Texas Agricultural
Experiment Station.. Potato psyllid (p. 2); chinch bug
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(209) HILL, R. E. Effects of DDT and other insecticides on several
species of potato insects. Nebr. Agr. Et. Sta. Res. Bul.
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(210) HILLS, 0. A. Memorandum of information on insecticides used
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(211) --, and McKIiNMET, K. B. Comparative values of new insecticides
for use against Lyga epp. and the Say ptinkbug. U. S. Bur.
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(212) HODSON, A, C. M xperimbnts with DDT conducted by Division of
Entomology and Economic Zoology, University of Minnesota...
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(213) HOLLAND, H. Insect bombardier. Readers Scope 2(12)t 73-714. May.

(214) HORSFALL, J. G. Developing new fungicides. N. H. Hort. Soc. Jour.
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(215) HORTON, D. H. Uses of DDT on the poultry farm. Cackle and Crow
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(216) HOSKINS, W. M. Analyses for deposits and residues of DDT in 1944.
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(217) HOUGH, W. S. DDT experiments in Virginia. Va. Fruit 33(1): 193-
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(218) -- Codling moth control with DDT in 1944. Mountaineer Grower
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(219) HOUSER, J. S., and NEISWANDER, R. B. Experiments with DDT conducted
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(?220) HUTSON, R. DIDT, its characteristics, results of tests and possible
orchard applications. Mich. State Hort, Soc. Ann. Rpt.
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(221) IDAHO UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE. DDT gives spectacular
results in Idaho station experiments. Idaho Agr. Col. News
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(222) INGRAM, J. W., BYNUM, E. K., HALEY, W. E., and CHARPENTIER, L. J.
DIE for control of the sugarcane borer, the rice stinkbug,
and a grass webworm. U. S. Bur. Ent. and Plant Quar, E-647,
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(223) J., O. Ih use of DDI dust inocticide against the coushi ant.
Brit. OGuiana Dept. Agr. 7am. Jour. 9(1): 16, Jan.

(224) E. x hperimaente with DDT dust ieecticideo against the rice vweevil
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(225) JANe, Ko J. Experiments with DDT conducted by Texas Agricultural
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(226) JI(AJ, JA. IW?--Up to *._. ,a-^ and Sa.it. Chan* 21(2):
123, 125, 127, 1l49a Yet, Abttract in Vests 13(1)t 10. Jan*
(227) JUINS, C, H The way it look-- tl VWmbhingtone Soap and Sanit, Ohm,
s1(6)i 14Ms.499 i65e *, .
(228) JPSOy, Le R., and BORJ0, A, vs eete with IDT and other insecticides
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(229) --. and ORDEI. A. D. Field W^ Iith DDT and sulfur against the
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(230) JOMUS 8, Co DM as a cozat'o1 i'.a. cherry fruit fly* Jour. 3con.
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(231) O cojad treatment ;i. u- -o_ pear thrips in *oil under
prza tree** Jciu.. 3Sj 1229 TOeb

(239) axp3rimennts with DA g.- n.y Agricul'jural IXperiment
Stitlon, Oregon State .:'i.. ,, Cherry fruitfly, pear
'j-a peach tw1r b(i 34). U. Buar* Ent. and
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(233) KA, M. 0 ]zTIN, 4 .-... ....... E, V. Bording of
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'*dlaa.. lOl 335,43r, 16,

(234) EB 9, Re 8. 71ghting tree k1liea-s with DD; a miracle insecticide
promises great things in the control of tree insects. Amer#
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(235) RSO3ER, V. N. New bug slayar Ic r the farm. DDT now serves on the
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(236) KIRK, N. To Recent accomplishments of the U. S. Army Medical
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(237) KLUMPP T. Go., and RICO, J. B. Advances in the field of phar-
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(238) XNOLTONq Go. e DDT in household insect control, Utah Agr.
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(239) MOBXLE 7., and SCHNEIDER, B. Obstbaumbeepritzung und Bienensucht,
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(240) KULASH, VW. M. xperiments with DDT conducted by North Carolina
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(241) LA.SG3


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Investigations with
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Laboratory tests with DDT on truck-crop insects. Inveetigationn
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(244) LATHROP, 7. Re 1xperinents with DOT conducted by Maine Agricultural
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LIEBNM F. V.
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sxperimento with DDT. sabadilla, and pyrethrum
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(246) LINDLIT, 3. 8., GRBGGO A. L., and ILLINGWORTH, L.
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DMO [in
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(247') LOFTI, U. C0. Results of tests with DDT against cotton insects
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(248) LOGUWE J. B., and O'CON L, V. DDT: Practicality for use during
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(249) LYLSE, C. Experiments with DDT conducted by Mississippi Exper-
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(250) McCLINTOCK, J. A., and FISKER, VW. B. Spray chemicals and
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(251) McNEILL, V. Y. DDT: Its own bugs not yet exterminated. Baltimore
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(252) MALLIS, A, Handbook of pest control. 566 pp. New York. DDT
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(253) MARKWOOD, Lo N. Markets abroad for American Insecticldese
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(254) XSIHEY, H, E. Wartime tropical medicine activities of the
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(255) MERCK and CO., E. Insecticideso Belgian Patent 446,935, Sept.
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(260) -- SWANSON, C. He, and SMITH, G. L. Effect of DDT on the walnut
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(262) MILLSON, W. A. D. DDT in peace and war. USDA 4(12): 3-4. June 11.





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(263) MONSANTO CHEMICAL COMPANY. Santobane. Oil., Paint and Drug
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(264) MOOSER, H. Die Bedeutung des Neocid Geig fur die Verhutung
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(266) MORHISON, H. E. Experiments with DDT conducted by Agricultural
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(275) NEW JERSEY AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION. Experiments with
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(276) NORRIS, F. T, The flying Flit gun. Hoep. Corps q 18(4): 2-3.
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(277) O'KANFE, W, Ca The Crop Protection Institute report for the
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(278) OKLAHOMA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION. Experiments with DDT.
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(279) OLSEN, N. J, H. Bekaempelse af fluer [Control of flies], Ugeskr.
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(280) OPD OBSERVER. Insecticidal synergism. Oil, Paint, and Drug
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(281) -- DIDT testing in malaria* Oil, Paint and Drug Rptr.
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(282) OPD WASHINGTON BUREAU. DID still uncertain for general use,
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(283) -- DDT labeling discussed by WFA. Oil, Paint, and Drug Rptr.
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(284) OWENS, H. B. Experiments with DIDT conducted by University of
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(286) PARKEh, J. R. Tests of DDT against grasshoppers in 1944. U. S.
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(290) PEAXKER, P. [Pyrethrum to speed up DDT powders.] Soap and
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(291) -.. [Iwo Jima sprayed with DDT.] Soap and Sanlt. Chem. 21(4):
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(292) PEEDE, L. P. 1El DDT augura el triunfo contra los insects. Agr.
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(293) PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY. DDT. (Advertisement)
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(294) POLIVKA, J. B. ExDprlments with DDT conducted by Ohio Agricultural
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(295) POPE, V. Farmers in wonderland, Wnshlngton (D. C,) Sunday Star,
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(296) PORTER, B. A. Insecticide DDT for fruit insect control. Amer.
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(297) PRILL, E. A., HARTZILL, A, and AT-ARUR, J. Me Insecticidal activity
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(298) PRITCHARD, Z. No more mosquitoes. Washington (D. C,) Sunday Star,
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(300) REED, W. Go Labeling insecticides containing DDT. War Food
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(302) ROARK, R. C. Trade-marked insecticides containing DDT. Soap and
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(303) ROCKWOOD, L. P., and REEHER, M. V. Control of the vetch bruchid in
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(306) ROSS, Y. A. summary of DDT investigations (second report),
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(307) I- nveetigation on DDT in Canada* Canad. Hort,. and Home
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(308) RUSSELL, J. Ce DIT, a new insecticide for vegetables. Fla.
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(310) SEALTY-FISHER, C. Wo The history of DDT. Something the war has
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(311) SM, S. No DDT in war and peace. Sel. and Cult. 10: 372-375.
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