The New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station was established at the New Hampshire
College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts with the funds provided by the Hatch
Act of 1887. The College was founded in Hanover, NH in 1866, moved to Durham, NH in
1893 and became the University of New Hampshire in 1923. The Experiment Station
moved and grew with the college. Faculty articles have been reprinted by the
Experiment Station and distributed to gain publicity about the work being done at
This series contains essays and articles contributed to scientific journals by
faculty members of the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station.
[Identification of item], Agriculture Experiment Station Scientific
Contributions, 1908-2010, UA 18/10/4, Milne Special Collections and Archives,
University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
These records were transferred to the University Library for storage prior to the
establishment of the University Archives in 1992.
|Box 1, Folder 1||1908||#1, The Influence of Minimum Tempetures in Limiting the Northern
Distribution of Insects, by E. Dwight Sanderson.|
|1908||#2, The Fruit Spot of Apples, by Charles Brooks|
|1909||#3, The Oblique-banded Leafroller, by E. Dwight Sanderson and Alma
Drayer Jackson. Also, A New Insectary, by E.Dwight Sanderson.|
|1910||#4, The Relation of Temperature to the Growth of Insects, by E.
|1912||#5, Apple Fruit Spot and Quince Blotch, by Charles Brooks and
Caroline A. Black|
|1912||#6, Apple Leaf Spot, by Charles Brooks and Margaret
|1913||#7, A Note on the Significance of Sugar in the Tubers of Solanum
Tuberosum, by O. Butler.|
|1914||#8, Blossom-end Rot of Tomatoes, by Charles Brooks|
|1915||#9, Methods of Preparation and Relative Value of Borbeaux Mixtures,
by O. Butler.|
|1917||#10, The Cuprammonium Washes, by O. Butler.|
|Box 1, Folder 2||Undated||#11, A Chest Contour Caliper and Its Adaptability for Measuring
Sheep, by E.G. Ritzman|
|1919||#12, The Effect of the Environment on the Loss of Weight and
Germination of Seed Potatoes During Storage, by O. Butler.|
|1919||#13, The Minimum, Optimun and Maximum Temperature of Spore
Germination in Some Uredinales, by W.L. Doran.|
|1919||#15, Effects of Wounds on Loss of Weight of Potatoes, by O.
|1920||#16, On the Amount of Copper Required for the Control of Phytophthora
Infestans on Potatoes, by O. Butler.|
|1920||#17, Earless Sheep: Spawn of the Devil, by E.G. Ritzman.|
|1921||#18, Relation of Potassium to Growth in Plants, by T.O. Smith and O.
|1922||#19, Effects of External and Internal Factors on the Germination of
Fungous Spores, by W.L. Doran.|
|1922||#20, On the Use of the Copper Acetates as Fungicides, by O. Butler
and T.O. Smith.|
|Box 1, Folder 3||1923||#21, Toxicoty Studies with Some Copper Fungicides, by W.L.
|1927||#22, A Biochemical Study of the False-Blossom Disease of the
Cranberry, by C.P. Spaeth and H.R. Krayhill.|
|1927||#23, Studies of the Metabolism of Steers, I-III, by F.G. Benedict and
|1930||#24, Effect of Size of Seed Used in Commercial Planting on the
Incidence of Leafroll and Mosaic in Potatoes, by O. Butler.|
|1930||#25, Experiments on the Control of Mustard, by Russell Bissey and O.
|1929||#26, The Period of Blossom Bud Differentiation in the Baldwin and
McIntosh Apples, by E.J. Rasmussen|
|1930||#27, Effects on Plants of Cyanide Fumigation Following Spraying with
Bordeaux Mixture, by O. Butler and R.R. Jenkins|
|1931||#28, Maintaining Cultures of Mosquito Larvae, by L.C.
|1930||#29, Pollination Studies with the McIntosh Apple in New Hampshire, by
|1930||#30, Cod Liver Meal Experimentation on Chicks and Breeding Birds, by
H.O. Stuart and T.B. Charles.|
|1930||#31, Significance of the Probable Error as Applied to Field
Experiments with Apple Trees, by G.F. Potter.|
|1930||#32, Comparative Growth Characteristics of the Baldwin and McIntosh
Apples, by G.F. Potter and E.H. Putnam|
|1931||#33, The Determination of Lime Requirement by the Direct Addition of
Calcium Carbonate, by G.P. Percival|
|1932||#34, The Determination of Sugarsgar in Plant Extracts, by T.G.
|1931||#35, Further Observations on Factors Affecting Fruit Setting of the
McIntosh Apple in New Hampshire, by L.P. Latimer|
|1931||#36, Cold Storage Tests with McIntosh Under Forced Air Circulation,
by E.J. Rasmussen|
|1933||#37, The Relation of Hydrophilic Colloids to Hardiness in Cabbage,
Brussels Sprouts and Alfalfa Plants as Shown by the Dye Adsorption Test, by
|1932||#38, Effect of Nitrate of Potash on the Vigor and Productivity of
Healthy and Leaf-Roll Green Mountain Potato Plants Their Progenies, O.
Butler and H.L. Murray|
|1932||#39, The Use of Kainite for the Control of Poison Ivy, by O.
|1933||#40, Cicadellidae Leafhoppers of New Hampshire, by P.R.
|1934||#41, Effect on the Growth of Oats of Copper Sprays Used for the
Control of Mustard, by O. Butler and R. Bissey|
|1933||#42, Spring and Mid-Summer Applications of Nitrogen in the Apple
Orchard, by G.F. Potter|
|1933||#43, The Relation of Weather to Pollination of the McIntosh Apple, by
R.L. Boyd and L.P. Latimer|
|1933||#44, A Two-Year Study of Labor and Equipment Used in Spraying
Forty-Two New Hampshire Orchards, by E. J. Rasmussen.|
|1934||#45, Effect of Applications of Sodium Chlorate and Ammonium
Thiocyanate on Subsequent Sowings of Wheat, by R. Bissey and O.
|1934||#46, Results of Incorporating a Heavy Application of Superphosphate
Deeply into an Orchard Soil, by G.F. Potter.|
|1934||#47, Effects of Crop and Treatment on Winter Injury to Baldwins, by
M.A. Tingley and G.F. Potter|
|1935||#48, Lability of the Basal Metabolism of the Dairy Cow, by F.G.
Benedict and E.G. Ritzman.|
|1936||#49, Variations in Yield of Pure Line Green Mountain Potatoes Grown
in a Controlled Environment, by O. Butler|
|1937||#50, Factors Affecting Cold Resistance in Plants, by S.
|1937||#51, Value of the Dye-Adsorption Test for Predeterming the Degree of
Hardiness, by S. Dunn|
|1937||#52, Frost Rings in Hardy Varieties of Apple, by M.A.
|1937||#53, Double Growth Rings in Red Astrachan, by M.A.
|1937||Not Numbered, Confinement Versus Open Range for Bronze Turkey
Breeders, by T.B Charles, P.A. Wilcox, D.W. Flagg, and A.E.
|1937||#54, Unusual and Severe Winter Injury to the Trunks of McIntosh Apple
Trees in New Hampshire, by C.O. Rawlings and G.F. Potter|
|1937||#55, A Comparison of Manure and Peat for Greenhouse Tomato Culture,
by J.R. Helper|
|1937||#56, Biennial Bearing of McIntosh, by G.F. Potter|
|1937||#57, Can Bees Retain Pollen of Early Apple Varieties for Effective
Pollination of Later Blooming Sorts?, by L.P. Latimer|
|1937||#58, Self- and Cross-Pollination in the McIntosh Apple and Some of
Its Hybrids, by L.P. Latimer|
|1937||#59, The Effects of Reducing the Number of Functioning Stigmas on
Fruit-Setting and Characteristics of the McIntosh Apple, by L.P.
|1938||#60, A Freezing Apparatus in which Change of Temperature is
Automatically Control, by W.W. Smith and G.F. Potter|
|1938||#61, Case History of Two Winter Injured Baldwins, by M.A.
|1938||#62, The Occurence of Seedless Apples as a Result of Frost, by L.P.
Latimer, C.O. Rawlings|
|1938||#63, Photoelectric Measurements of Apple Leaf Areas, by G.F.
|1938||#64, Availability to Apple Trees of Potassium Applied on the Surface
of Sod Mulch Orchards in New Hampshire, by G.F. Potter and G.P.
|1938||#65, Confinement Versus Open Range for Bronze Turkey Breeders, by
T.B. Charles, P.A Wilcox, D.W. Flagg, and A.E. Tepper.|
|1938||#66, An Individual Chick Cage for Use in Poultry Nutritional Studies,
|Box 1, Folder 4||1938||#67, Incompatability of Early McIntosh and Cortland Apples, by W.
Weeks and L.P. Latimer|
|1938||#68, Horizon Variations of Three New Hampshire Podzol Profiles, W.H.
|1938||#69, Phosphorus and Potassium as Supplements to Nitrogen in Sod Mulch
Orchards in New Hampshire, by G.F. Potter, and E.G. Fisher|
|1938||#70, Response to Howard 17 Strawberry to Sodium Salts, by L.P.
|1938||#71, Experimental Production of Winter Injury to the Trunks of Apple
Trees by Applying Nitrogenous Fertilizers in the Autumn, by M.A. Tingley,
W.W. Smith, T.G. Phillips, and G.F. Potter.|
|1938||#72, Variations in Cooking Quality of Potatoes as Influenced by
Varieties, by J.L. Haddock and P.T. Blood.|
|1939||#73, Convenient Seedling Support for Growing Plants in Water Culture,
by S. Dunn.|
|1940||#74, Studies on Streptococci of Bovine Mastitis, by L.W. Slanetz and
|1939||#75, Variations in Cooking Quality of Potatoes as Influenced by
Fertilizers, by P.T. Blood and J.L. Haddock.|
|1939||#76, Tree Girth and Yield as Indicators of Subsequent Apple Tree
Productivity, by A.F. Yeager and L.P. Latimer|
|1939||#77, Frost Rings in Fall Fertilized McIntosh Apple Trees, by W.W.
Smith and M.A. Tingley.|
|1939||#78, Preservation of Soil Profiles by Voight's Method, W.H. Lyford,
|1941||#79, Semimicro Method for Determining Copper Reduced by Sugars, by
|1941||#80, Isolation and Characteristics of Bacteriophages for
Staphylococci of Bovine Mastitis, by L.W. Slanetz and E. Jawetz|
|1941||#81, The Influence of a 3-year Rotation and Fertilizer Treatments on
the Organic Carbon of Soil, by W.H. Coates|
|Box 1, Folder 5||1940||#82, Relation of Weather to Prevalence of Internal Cork in Apples, by
|1942||#83, The Organic Carbon Level of New Hampshire Soils Under Virgin,
General Farm and Experimental Conditions, by W.H. Coates|
|1942||#84, Isolation of a Filterable Virus from Chickens Affected with
'Blue Comb' Disease, by E.F. Waller|
|1942||#85, The Potency of Digitalis Purpurea Cultivated in New Hampshire,
by J.R. Helper, W.T. Ackerman, and B. French|
|1942||#86, The Effect of Light Intensity on the Photosynthetic Efficiency
of Carnation Varieties, by W.D. Holley|
|1942||#87, Development of the Storage Disorder, Brown Core, in McIntosh
Apples, W.W. Smith|
|1943||#88, The Palatability of Freshly Fallen Forest Tree Leaves to
Millipeds, by W.H. Lyford|
|1943||#89, The Response of Strawberries to Boron, by L.P.
|1943||#90, The Characteristics of Crosses Between Botanical Varieties of
Cabbage, by A.F. Yeager.|
|Undated||#91, How Much Borax Can an Apple Tree Tolerate? by L.P. Latimer and
|1944||#92, A Colorimetric Determination of Nicotinic Acid, by A. E. Teeri
and S.R. Shimer.|
|1944||#93, Xylem Formation from Ring Grafts, by A.F. Yeager|
|1944||#94, Sawdust, Seaweed and Meadow Hay as Mulch for McIntosh Apple
Trees, by L.P. Latimer and G.P. Percival|
|1944||#95, A Comparison of the Effects of Colchine Applications on Plants
and Seeds, by A.F. Yeager and W.P. Haubrich.|
|1944||#96, On the Determination of Esterfied Cholesterol, by A.E.
|1944||#97, The Possibility of Producing Forcong Stocks of
Lily-of-the-Valley in New Hampshire, by W.D. Holley|
|1945||#98, How to Grow the African Violet, by W.D. Holley.|
|1944||#99, Cambium Temperatures of Peach and Apple Trees in Winter , by
|1945||#100, Inheritance in Begonia Semperflorens, by W. D.
|1945||#101, Treatment of Bovine Mastitis with Penicillin, by L. W. Slanetz,
Ph.D., and F. E. Allen, D.V.M.|
|1945||#102, Observations on the Causes of the Flow of Sap in Red Maple, by
Clark L. Stevens and Russel L. Eggert.|
|1945||#103, How to Grow the Gardenia, by W. D. Holley.|
|1945||#104, The Soils of New Hampshire as Related to a Deficiency in Cattle
Responding to Cobolt, by W.H. Lyford, Jr., G. P. Percival, H. A. Keener, and
K. S. Morrow.|
|1946||#105, Changes in the Composition of Squash During Storage, by Thomas
|1946||#106, Studies on the Chemical Composition of Calf Blood, by A. E.
Teeri, H. A. Keener, and K. S. Morrow.|
|1946||#107, Lycopersicon Peruvianum as a Parent in the Development of High
Asorbic Acid Tomato Varieties, by A. F. Yeager and Helen J.
|1946||#108, Choline in the Nutrition of Laying Hens, by R. C. Ringrose, and
H. A. Davis.|
|1946||#109, Response of the Lowbush Blueberry to Fertilizers, by W. W.
Smith, Russel Eggert, A. R. Hodgdon, and A. F. Yeager.|
|1947||#110, Retardation of Sprouting of Potatoes by Carbon Dioxide Storage,
by L. T. Kardos, and P. T. Blood.|
|1948||#111, A Study fo Cobalt Deficiency in New Hampshire with Sheep, by H.
A. Keener, G. P. Percival, and K. S. Morrow|
|1947||#112, Progress Report on Chemical Weed Control in Blueberry Fields,
by W. W. Smith, A. R. Hodgdon, and Russel Eggert.|
|1947||#113, Penicillin Therapy in Streptococcal Mastitis, by L. W. Slanetz,
Ph.D., and F. E. Allen, D.V.M.|
|Box 1, Folder 6||1947||#114, Breeding for Earliness in Vine Crops, by A. F.
|1947||#115, Plant Exploration at Home, by A. F. Yeager.|
|1947||#116, Comparative Value of Sawdust, Hay, and Seweed as Mulch for
Apple Trees, by L. P. Latimer and G. P. Percival.|
|1948||#119, Thiamine and the Cyanogen Bromide Reaction, by Arthur E.
|1949||#120, Composition and Digestible Energy of Hays Fed to Cattle, by T.
G. Phillips and M. E. Loughlin.|
|1949||#121, Nutritive Properties of Torula Yeast for Poultry, by R. C.
|1949||#122, Parathion in Early Spring Applications for Bud Moth Control, by
J. G. Conklin and G. L. Walker.|
|1949||#123, Blanket Indigo and The Effects of 2, 4-D on Potato Tops and
Tubers When Sprayed at the Full Bloom Stage, by Paul Tabor; F. S. Prince and
P. T. Blood.|
|1949||#124, Cobalt Tolerance in Young Dairy Cattle, by H. A. Keener, G. P.
Percival and K. S. Morrow.|
|1950||#125, The Effect of Sulfathalidine on the Excretion of Vitamin B by
Ruminants, by Arthur E. Teeri, Maxim Leavitt, Dorothy Josselyn, Nicholas F.
Colovos and Harry A. Keener.|
|1949||#126, The Nutritive Value of Timothy Hay at Different Stages of
Maturity as Compared with Second Cutting Clover Hay, by N. F. Colovos, H. A.
Keener, J. R. Prescott and A. E. Teeri.|
|1949||#127, Blanket Indigo and The Effects of 2, 4-D on Potato Tops and
Tubers When Sprayed at the Full Bloom Stage, by Paul Tabor; F. S. Prince and
P. T. Blood.|
|1949||#128, The Nutritive Value of Wood Molasses as Compared with Cane
Molasses, by N. F. Colovos, H. A. Keener, J. R. Prescott and A. E.
|1950||#129, A Study of the Function of Cobalt in the Nutrition of Sheep, by
H. A. Keener, G. P. Percival, G. H. Ellis and K. C. Beeson.|
|1950||#130, Relationship of Composition of Milk to Methods Used for
Determining Adulteration, by H. C. Moore and A. E. Teeri.|
|1952||#131, Pyrethrum Synergists, by R. L. Blickle.|
|1950||#134, Avian Keratoconjuctivitis, by George P. Faddoul, D.V.M. and R.
C. Ringrose, Ph.D.|
|1951||#135, Effects of Method of Preservation of Roughage, and of Cane or
Wood Molasses on Vitamin Excretion by Cows, by A. E. Teeri, D. Josselyn, N.
F. Colovos and H. A. Keener.|
|1951||#136, Cobalt Metablism Studies with Sheep, by H. A. Keener, R. R.
Baldwin and G. P. Percival.|
|1951||#139, The Effect of Vitamin D on the Utilization of Energy and
Protein of the Ration of Calves, by N. F. Colovos, H. A. Keener, A. E. Teeri
and H. A. Davis.|
|1952||#141, Notes on the Mosquitoes (Culicinae) of New Hampshire, by R. L.
|1951||#142, Influence of the Ration on the Excretion of Certain Vitamins by
Ruminants, by A. E. Teeri, D. Josselyn, N. F. Colovos and H. A.
|1952||#144, Rhodora: Journal of the New England Botanical Club, by A. R.
Hodgdon, P. Gigurere, S. B. Krochmal and A. Riel.|
|1952||#145, A New Flurorometric Determination of Thaimine, by Arthur E.
|1953||#146, A Check List of the Trichoptera (Caddis Flies) of New
Hampshire, by Wallace J. Morse and Robert L. Blickle.|
|1952||#148, The Relative Absorption of Phosphorus by Apple Trees and Fruits
from Foliar Sprays, and from Soil Applications of Fertilizer, Using
Radioactive Phosphorus as a Tracer, by R. Eggert, L. T. Kardos and R. D.
|1954||#149, The Availability of Magnesium from Organic Carriers in
Artificial Substances, by Stuart Dunn and Suzanne S. Roberts.|
|1952||#150, Field Plot Studies with Sawdust for Soil Improvement, by Stuart
Dunn, L. P. Wolfe Jr.,W. A. Macdonald and John R. Baker.|
|Box 1, Folder 7||1953||#151, Sawdust Composts in Soil Improvement: Studies on Aeration, Acid
Hydrolysis, Manure, and Waste Materials as Composting Aids, by Leonard P.
Wolfe Jr. and Stuart Dunn.|
|1953||#152, Sawdust Composts in Soil Improvement: Pot Culture Studies with
Compost Mixtures of Sawdust and Manure, Steam Treated Composts, and
Miscellaneous Mixtures, by William A. Macdonald and Stuart Dunn.|
|1953||#153, Phosphorylase and a Branching Enzyme in Squash, by Thomas
Phillips and Warren Averill.|
|1953||#154, Diagnosis of Staphylococcal Mastitis, with Special Reference to
the Characteristics of Mastitis Staphylococcai, by L. W. Slanetz and Clara
|1953||#155, Effect of Sulfur Dioxide-Silage on Vitamin Excretion by
Ruminants, by A. E. Teeri, D. Josselyn, N. F. Colovos and H. A.
|1954||#156, Tabanidae of New Hampshire, by R. L. Blickle.|
|1953||#157, Metabolic Fate of S35 in the Lactating Cow When Fed S35O2
Preserved Silage, by H. A. Keener, A. E. Teeri, R. V. Harrington and R. R.
|1953||#158, Effect of Excess Amino Acids on Growth of Certain Lactobacilli,
by Arthur E. Teeri and Dorothy Josselyn.|
|1954||#159, New Species of Hydroptilidae (Trichoptera), by R. L. Blickle
and W. J. Morse.|
|1954||#160, Colorimetric Determination of Blood Calcium with Chloranilic
Acid and Determination of Cobalt in Metallurgical Products, by Arthur E.
Teeri; and Jorma Kinnunen, Bergt Merikanto, and Bertil
|1954||#161, Effect of D-Amino Acids on Growth of Lactobacilli, by Arthur E.
|1956||#163, A Flesh-Color Chimera in the Peach, by A. F. Yeager and E. M.
|1954||#164, Occurrence of 'Stem Pitting' and Necrosis in Some Body Stocks
for Apple Trees, by W. W. Smith|
|1954||#166, The Effect of Various Factors on the Vitamin D Content of
Several Common Forages, by H. A. Keener.|
|1954||#167, Propagation of Sugar Maple by Vegetative Cuttings, by Stuart
Dunn and Ralph J. Townsend.|
|1954||#168, Semi-micro Colorimetric Determination of Calcium in Blood
Serum, by Arthur E. Teeri.|
|1954||#168a, Chemical Composition of Some Forage Grasses: Changes with
Plant Maturity, by T. G. Phillips, J. T. Sullivan, M. E. Loughlin and V. G.
|1955||#169, Sawdust Composts in Soil Improvement: Pot Cultures Studies with
Composts from Outdoor Pits, Wooden Bins with High Moisture, and Other
Mixtures, by John R. Baker and Stuart Dunn.|
|1954||#169a, Further Results on the Absorbtion of Phosphorous by Apple
Trees, by R. Eggert and L. T. Kardos.|
|1955||#170, Breed and Strain Differences in Shank Pigmentation in Growing
Chickens, W. M. Collins, S. C. Thayer and W. C. Skoglund.|
|1955||#171, Results of an Investigation of the Variable Plot Method of
Cruising, by Bertram Husch.|
|1955||#173, The Excretion of Vitamin B12 by Dairy Cattle, by A. E. Teeri,
H. F. Enos, Jr., E. Pomerantz, and N. F. Colovos.|
|1955||#174, Vitamin Excretion by Deer, by A. E. Teeri, E. Pomerantz, N. F.
Colovos and H. A. Keener.|
|1955||#175, Feeding Habits of Tabanidae, by R. L. Blickle.|
|1955||#176, Observation of the Habits of Tabanidae, by R. L.
|1955||#177, The Sunapee Peach, by A. F. Yeager and E. M.
|1955||#178, New and Little Known Polycentopus (Trichoptera), by R. L.
Blickle and W. J. Morse.|
|1955||#179, The Occurrence and Control of Paratylenchus Hamatus on Celery
in New Hampshire, by Avery E. Rich.|
|1955||#180, Die-Back of Asparagus Associated with Botrytis Cinerea in New
Hampshire, by Avery E. Rich.|
|1956||#181, Chemical Composition of Some Forage Grasses: Successive
Cuttings During the Growing Season, by J. T. Sullivan, T. G. Phillips, M. E.
Loughlin and V. G. Sprague.|
|1956||#183, Effect of Frequency of Gathering Eggs Upon Hatchability, by W.
C. Skoglund and A. W. Brown.|
|1956||#184, Notes on the Life History of Cephenemyia phobifer Clark
(Diptera), by R. L. Blickle.|
|1957||#185, Errors in Drying Silage and Feces for Protein and Energy
Determinations: Improved Procedures, by N. F. Colovos, H. A. Keener and H.
|1955||#186, Late Season Disease of Forage Crops in New Hampshire in 1955,
by R. A. Kilpatrick and G. M. Dunn.|
|1956||#187, Selection in Smooth Bromegrass for Resistance to Pyrenophora
bromi (Died.) Drechsl, by Donald A. Emery and Gerald M. Dunn.|
|1956||#188, A Mircrobiological Method for the Nutritional Evaluation of
Proteins, by A. E. Teeri, W. Virchow and M. E. Loughlin.|
|1957||#189, Distribution of Dermacentor variabilis (Say), the American Dog
Tick, in New Hampshire, by R. L. Blickle and J. G. Conklin.|
|1956||#190, Increased Runner Production and Fruit Yield of Virus- Free
Strawberry Plants over Commercial Stocks in New Hampshire, by Robert F.
Becker and Avery E. Rich.|
|1956||#191, Dapple Apple, an Unusual Fruit Symptom of Apples in New
Hampshire, by W. W. Smith, J. G. Barrat and A. E. Rich.|
|1957||#193, New Hydroptilidae (Trichoptera) from New Hampshire, by R. L.
Blickle and W. J. Morse.|
|1957||#194, Crossing of Smooth Bromegrass, Bromus inermis Leyss, in the
Greenhouse, by K. H. MacKay and G. M. Dunn.|
|1957||#195, Nutritive Value of Fish: Nicotinic Acid, Riboflavin, Vitamin
B12, and Amino Acids of Various Salt-Water Species, by A. E. Teeri, M. E.
Loughlin and D. Josselyn.|
|1958||#196, Blood Composition of White-Tailed Deer, by A. E. Teeri, W.
Virchow, N. F. Colovos and F. Greeley.|
|1958||#197, Growth Studies with Calves and Rabbits Fed Timothy Hay Grown on
Heavily Fertilized Soils, by H. A. Keener and E. J. Thacker.|
|1957||#199, Debeaking at One Day of Age and the Feeding of Pellets to
Broiler Chickens, by M. B. Lonsdale, R. M. Vondell and R. C.
|1957||#200, State Wide Testing for PPLO Infection of Poultry, by W. R.
Dunlop, D.V.M. and R. G. Strout, M.S.|
|Box 1, Folder 9||1957||#201, The Effect of Cover Crop Management on Soil Moisture in a Young
Apple Orchard, by R. Eggert.|
|1957||#202, The Uptake of Magnesium by Different Grasses in Relation to
Their Use as Mulch in Orchards, by R. Eggert, L. P. Latimer and G. P.
|1957||#204, Additions and Corrections to the List of New Hampshire
Trichoptera, by W. J. Morse and R. L. Blickle.|
|1958||#205, Effect of Pulverizes Limestone and Dicalcium Phosphate on the
Nutritive Value of Dairy Cattle Feed, by N. F. Colovos, H. A. Keener and H.
|1957||#206, Debeaking at One Day of Age and the Feeding of Pellets to
Broiler Chickens, by R. M. Vondell and R. C. Ringrose.|
|1958||#207, Influence of Plumage Color on Hatching Ratio and Growth Rate in
Chickens, by W. M. Collins and Wentworth Hubbard.|
|1958||#208, Effect of Metal Chelates on Growth of Corn in Solution
Cultures, by S. K. Majumder and Stuart Dunn.|
|1958||#209, The Effect of Protein and Fat Levels and Calorie to Protein
Ratio upon Performance of Broilers, by Richard M. Vondell and R. C.
|1958||#210, Determination of Potassium in Blood Serum, by A. E. Teeri, Ph.D
and P. G. Sesin, M.D.|
|1959||#212, Influence of Flourescent Light Quality of Growth and
Photosynthesis of Tomato, by Stuart Dunn and F. W. Went.|
|1958||#213, Observations on Infectious Synovitis, by S. C. Thayer, R. G.
Strout and W. R. Dunlop.|
|1958||#214, Fungi Isolated from Ladino White Clover Seeds (Trifolium Repens
L.) in New Hampshire, by R. A. Kilpatrick.|
|1958||#215, Value of Adding Corn Silage and Limited Quantities of Hay to a
Grass Silage, Limited Grain Ration for Daily Heifers, by H. A. Keener, F. E.
Allen, N. F. Colovos, Ann C. Paul and H. A. Davis.|
|1958||#216, Curvularia Leaf Blight of Clovers and its Causal Agent,
Curvularia Trifolii, by R. A. Kilpatrick.|
|1958||#217, Pollination Studies on Low Bush Blueberries, by William R.
|1959||#218, Effects of Light Quality on Herbicide Toxicity to Plants, by
Subhash C. Datta and Stuart Dunn.|
|1958||#219, B-Complex Vitamins in Certain Brown and Red Algae, by A. E.
Teeri and R. E. Bieber.|
|1958||#220, Studies in the Prevention, Epidemiology and Etiology of
Infectious Synovitis, by William R. Dunlop, D.V.M. and S. C. Thayer,
|1958||#221, Nutrition and Physiology of Ruminococcus Flavefaciens, by
William A. Ayers.|
|1958||#222, Phosphorylation of Cellobiose and Glucose by Ruminococcus
Flavefaciens, by William A. Ayers.|
|1958||#223, What Happens When You Cross a Rose and Male Controls Sprouting,
by Norman Young; and Edward B. Risley.|
|1959||#225, A Disease of Ladino White Clover Caused by a Yeast, Rhodotorula
Glutinis Var. Rubescens, by R. A. Kilpatrick.|
|Box 2, Folder 1||1959||#226, Use of Organic Phosphate in Nutrient Culture, by S. K. Majumder
and Stuart Dunn.|
|1959||#227, Modifiying Effect of EDTA on the Copper Toxicity to Corn in
Nutrient Solutions, by S. K. Majumder and Stuart Dunn.|
|1959||#228, The B-Vitamin Content of Eggs as Influenced by Antibiotics in
the Laying Ration, by A. E. Teeri, P. M. Gannis and R. C.
|1959||#229, Wood Waste in Composts, by Stuart Dunn and Judith D.
|1959||#230, The Immunization of Dairy Cattle Against Staphylococcal
Mastitis, by L. W. Slantz, Ph.D.; Clara H. Bartley, Ph.D.; and F. E. Allen,
|1959||#232, Rhododendron Maximum in New Hampshire, by A. R. Hodgdon and R.
|1959||#233, Observation in the Prevention of the CRD Complex, by J. R.
Beckman and W. R. Dunlop.|
|1959||#234, The Occurrence of Stem-Pitting and Dapple Apple Virus Disorders
in an Orchard Propagated with Known Sources of Variental Scionwood, by J. G.
Barrat, W. W. Smith and A. E. Rich|
|1959||#235, A Review of Uniform Dosage and Timing Experiments Comparing
Maneb and Zineb Fungicides of Potatoes in Maine, New York, Indiana, and New
Hampshire--19581, by Gordon A. Brandes, Reiner Bonde, R. C. Cetas, R. W.
Samson and A. E. Rich.|
|1959||#236, Naturalized Mugo Pine in New Hampshire, by Radcliffe B. Pike
and A. R. Hodgdon.|
|1959||#237, Versenol Chelates Improve Growth of Clonally Propogated Apple
Trees, by Russell Eggert|
|1959||#238, The Use of McIntosh Apple Seedlings in the Bioassay of Canidate
Fungicides for Control of Apple Scab, by Avery E. Rich and M. C.
|1961||#239, Fungi and Insects Associated with Deterioration of White Clover
Taproots, by R. A. Kilpatrick and G. M. Dunn.|
|1960||#240, The Effect of Potassium Deficiency on the Free Amino Acid
Pattern of the Muscle Tissue of Protein-Maintained Fundulus
|1961||#241, The Effect of Various Dichlone Treatment on the Growth, Yield,
and Disease Incidence of Potatoes and Tomatoes in New Hampshire, by James D.
Bilbruck and Avery E. Rich.|
|1960||#242, Water-Soluble Hemicelluloses of Grass Holocellulose, by J. T.
Sullivan, T. G. Phillips and D. G. Routley.|
|1959||#243, Fungi Associated with Red and White Clovers in New Hampshire,
by R. A. Kilpatrick.|
|1959||#244, Phosphorolysis and Synthesis of Cellobiose by Cell Extracts
from Ruminococcus flavefaciens, by William A. Ayers.|
|1960||#245, Grass Holocellulose: Stepwise Hydrolysis of Grass
Holocellulose, by T. G. Phillips, D. G. Routley and J. T.
|1960||#246, Feeder Space Requirements of Broiler Chickens, by W. S. Reed
and R. C. Ringrose.|
|1960||#247, Nitritive Value of Fish: Biotin, Folic Acid, Pantothenic Acid,
and Free Amino Acids of Various Salt-Water Species, by M. E. Loughlin and A.
|1960||#248, Heritability of Intensity of Yellow Shank Pigmentation in
Cross-Bred Broiler Chickens, by S. E. Moyer and W. M. Collins.|
|1961||#249, Rhododendron Maximum in Hopkinton and Harrisville, New
Hampshire, by A. R. Hodgdon and Radcliffe Pike.|
|1960||#250, Recent Changes in Some Rododendron Colonies in Maine and New
Hampshire, by A. R. Hodgdon and Radcliffe Pike.|
|Box 2, Folder 2||1960||#251, Nitrogen in Ferilizers, by H. A. Davis.|
|1960||#252, Bis-(3,4-Dichloro-2 (5)-Furanonyl) Ether, A Promising New
Nonmercurial Fungicide Which Exhibits Both Protectant and Eradicant
Properties, by Avery E. Rich|
|1960||#253, Heat-Induced Stolon Rot of Ladino White Clover in the
Greenhouse, by R. A. Kilpatrick.|
|1960||#255, Relationship of Sex Separation to Individual Variation in Body
Weight and to Experimental Error, by B. J. Lang, W. M. Collins, D. H. Palmer
and W. C. Skoglund.|
|1961||#256, Relation of Light Quality to Effects of 2,4_D on Chlorophyll
and CO2 Exchange, by George Williams and Stuart Dunn.|
|1960||#257, Infertility in Rabbits Induced by Feeding Ladino Clover, by
Paul A. Wright.|
|1961||#258, Effects of Light Quality on Plant Maturity: Duration of Growth,
Nutrient Supply, and Photoperiod, by Beyoung H. Kwack and Stuart
|1961||#259, Nitrogen Activity Index of Urea-Formaldehyde Compounds, by H.
|1961||#260, Green Tomato Fruits -- A Medium for Inducing Fruit Rot and
Asexual Sporulation with Fungi Isolated from Clovers, by R. A.
|1961||#261, Culture and Metabolism of Mycoplasma Gallesepicum, by James W.
|1960||#262, Sporualation of Pyrenophora Bromi on Artificial Media, by S. A.
Tamimi and G. M. Dunn.|
|1961||#263, An Ecological Interpretation of Rhododendron Colonies in Maine
and New Hamphire, by A. R. Hodgdon and Radcliffe Pike.|
|1961||#264, Fungi Associated with Larvae of Sitona SPP., by R. A.
|1961||#265, Paracites of Face Fly, Musca autumnalis, in New Hampshire, by
R. L. Blickle.|
|1961||#267, Floral Infection of Landino White Clover, Incited by Curvularia
Trifolii, by R.A. Kilapatrick|
|1961||#268, Comb-Type and Body Weight of Chickens, by W.M. Collins, W.
Hubbard, B.J. Lang, and N.P. Zervas.|
|1961||#269, A Nonpathogenic Wilt and Root Rot of Peas Flavored by Low Light
Intensity, by B.H. Kwack, S. Dunn, and A. E. Rich|
|1961||#270, Sterile Culture Techniques as Tools in Plant Nematology
Research, by T. Chen, R.A. Kilpatrick, A.E. Rich.|
|1961||#271, The Nonrandom Distribution of Faraging Honey Bees Between
Apiaries, by W.R. Lee|
|1961||#272, Incidence of Clover Phyllody in Relation to Potato Culture,
R.A. Kilpatrick, and K.W. Kreitlow.|
|1961||#273, New Species of Hydroptilidae, by R.L. Blickle.|
|1962||#274, Hydroptilidae of Florida, by R.L. Blickle.|
|1962||#275, Heritablity of Body Weight at Three Ages in Cross-Bred Broilers
Chickens Resulting from Two Systems of Breeding, by S.E. Moyer, W.M.
Collins, W.C. Skogland.|
|Box 2, Folder 3||1961||#277, Juncas Effuses, A New Host for Epichloe Thphina, by R.A.
Kilpatrick, A.E. Rich, J.G. Conklin|
|1961||#278, Fusarium Solani F. Pisi, A Cause of Pea Root Rot in New
Hampshire, by G.C. Kingsland and A.E. Rich|
|1962||#279, Induced Tolerance to Fungicides in Three Species of Fungi, by
A.D. Pathridge and A.E. Rich.|
|1961||#280, Nitrogen in Fertilers: 1961 AOAC Collaborative Study, by H.A.
Davis, O.B. Durgin.|
|1961||#281, Disaeses of Forage Grasses and Legumes Previously Unreported
from New Hampshire, by R.A. Kilpatrick.|
|1962||#282, Bacteriophage and Seriological Typing of Staphylococci from
Bovine Mastitis, by L.W. Slanetz and C.H. Bartley.|
|1962||#283, Genetic Variation and Covariation in Yellow Shank Pigmentation
Intensity and 8 Week Weight of Chickens, by N.P. Zervas, W.M. Collins, W.C.
|1962||#284, Rockingham, A New Toamto Variety Resistant to Late Blight, by
A.E. Rich, M.C. Richards, E.M. Meader.|
|1962||#285, Some Additions to the Flora of Grand Manan Island, New
Brunswick, by A.R. Hodgdon, R.B. Pike.|
|1962||#287, Stylet-Bearing Nematodes Associated with White Clovers in New
Hampshire, by T Chen, R.A. Kilpatrick, A.E. Rich.|
|1962||#289, Preservation of Fresh Forage in Small Containers, by J.T.
Sullivan, E.S. Titlar, J.H. Graham, T.V. Hershberger, D.G.
|1962||#290, Glandularity in Rubus Allegheniensis Porter, by A.R. Hodgdon,
|1962||#291, Light Intensity Studies with Broilers, W.C. Skogland, D.H.
|1962||#292, Effect of Frequent Feeding on Weight Gain Response in Young
Dairy Heifers, by B. Clark and H.A. Keener.|
|1963||#293, Maintaining Interior Egg Qualtiy by Holding Shell Eggs in a
Case with a Petroleum Resin Liner, by D.H. Palmer, W.C.
|1963||#294, Effect of Urea in the Ration of Cattle on Vitamin Synthesis in
the Rumen, by A.E. Terri, N.F. Colovos.|
|1962||#295, Some Effects of Irrigation and Fertilization on the Yield and
Quality of Kennebec Potatoes, A.B. Prince, P.T. Blood|
|1963||#296, New Species of Hydroptilidae (Tricoptera), by R. L.
|1963||#297, Nitrogen in Fertilizers: 1962 AOAC Collaboritive Study, by H.
A. Davis and Owen B. Durgin.|
|1962||#298, The Role of Pratylenchus Penetrans in the Development of
Strawberry Black Root Rot, by Tseh-An Chen and Avery E. Rich.|
|1962||#300, Changes in Flora of the Machias Seal Islands, by Radcliffe B.
Pike and Albion R. Hodgdon.|
|Box 2, Folder 4||1963||#302, Root Symptoms and Anatomical Changes in Trifolium Species and
Lettuce Resulting from Injury by Pratylenchus Penetrans and
2,4-Dicholorophenoxyacetic Acid, by R. A. Kilpatrick, Tseh-an Chen, Avery E.
Rich and Louise Rodrigues.|
|1963||#303, Occurrence of the Clover Cyst Nematode, Heterodera Trifolii, in
a Greenhouse in New Hampshire, by R. A. Kilpatrick.|
|1963||#304, Occurance of Aecial Cups and Aeciosprores of Puccinia Graminis
on the Upper Surface of Barberry Leaves in North America, by Avery E. Rich
and R. A. Kilpatrick.|
|1963||#305, Vaccination of Dairy Cattle Against Staphococcic Mastitis, by
L. W. Slantz, Ph,D., Clara H. Bartley, Ph.D. and F. E. Allen,
|1963||#306, Attraction of Pratylenchus Penetrans to Plant Roots, by Tseh-an
Chen and Avery E. Rich.|
|1963||#307, The Flora of the Wolf Islands, New Brunswick: Part I, by
Radcliffe B. Pike and Albion R. Hodgdon.|
|1963||#308, Effectiveness of Various Fungicide Dust Formulations for the
Control of Apple Scab (Venturia Inaequalis) in New Hampshire, by Avery E.
|1963||#309, Irregular Variation in Cellular Nitrogen Associated with
Culture Age of Mycoplasma Gallisepticum, by S. C. Smith, W. R. Dunlop and R.
|1964||#310, Horsemeat as Food for Rearing Diptera (Phoridae and Tabanidae),
by R. L. Blicke.|
|1964||#312, The Effect of Three Chemicals and Cultural Practices on Control
of Plasmodiophora Brassicae Wor. 1,2, by S. Catovic- Catani and Avery E.
|1965||#313, Plant Growth Effects of Light Quality in Sequences and in
Mixtures of Light, by Enola L. Stevenson and Stuart Dunn.|
|1964||#315, Relation of Distance to Foraging Intensity of Honey Bees (Apis
mellifera) on Natural Food Sources, by William R. Lee.|
|1964||#320, Anaylsis of Nitrogen in Fertilzers, by H. A. Davis.|
|1964||#321, Salt Injury to Roadside Trees, by Avery E. Rich and Norman L.
|1964||#323, Moisture Release from Cut Alfalfa, by G. L. Byers, D. G.
Routley and M. W. Colburn.|
|1964||#324, Liquid Nitrogen as an Aid in Studying Potato Spindle Tuber
Virus, by James E. Hunter and Avery E. Rich.|
|1964||#325, The Efficiency of Random Sample Strain Comparisons of Meat-Type
Chickens, by W. M. Collins, A. W. Nordskog and W. C. Skoglund.|
|Box 2, Folder 5||1964||#326, Repeatability of Body Measurements in Broiler-Type Chickens, by
W. M. Collins, A. W. Nordskog and W. C. Skoglund.|
|1964||#327, Hydroptilidae (Tricoptera) of Maine, by R. L.
|1964||#328, The Effect of Potato Spindle Tuber Virus on Growth and Yield of
Saco Potatoes, by James E. Hunter and Avery E. Rich.|
|1964||#329, Effect of Plant Growth Regulators on the Infectivity of Tobacco
Mosiac Virus, by Victor Weeraratne and Avery E. Rich.|
|1964||#330, Blueberry Stunt and Mosaic Viruses in New Hampshire, by E. M.
Meader, R. C. McCrum and A. E. Rich.|
|1964||#331, Correction for Edge Effect Bias in Point Sampling, by James P.
|1965||#332, Relevant Production Considerations Associated with Analysis of
Interregional Competition, by R. A. Andrews and G. E. Frick.|
|1964||#340, Flora of the Wolf Islands, New Brunswick: Part 2, Some
Phytogeographic Considerations, by Albion R. Hodgdon and Radcliffe B.
|1965||#341, The Plant Estrogen, Coumestrol, as an Agent Affecting
Hypophisial Gonadotropic Function, by Wendell E. Leavitt and Paul A.
|1965||#343, Relative Effectiveness of Estradiol and Coumestrol on the
Reversal of Castration Changes in the Anterior Pituitary of Mice, by Wendell
|1965||#344, Observations fo Diptera in Cow Dung and Their Paracites, by R.
|1965||#347, Evaluation of Cell-Toxoid Vaccines for the Vaccination of Dairy
Cattle Against Staphylococcic Mastitis, by L. W. Slantz, Ph.D.; Clara H.
Bartley, Ph.D. and F. E. Allen, D.V.M.|
|1965||#348, Genetic Variation in 14-Day Chick Embryo Weight, by N. P.
Zervas and W. M. Collins.|
|1964||#349, An Improved Technique for the Culture of Acetabularia, by R. W.
Schreiber, N. A. Nugent and C. J. Chapman.|
|Box 2, Folder 6||1966||#351, Angle-gauge Sampling a Small Hardwood Tract, by James P.
Barrett and Peter H. Allen.|
|1968||#352, Modifications of the Anatomy and Growth of a Cultivar of
Phaseolus Vulgaris L. by Light Quality, by Nancy R. Miller, Charlotte G.
Nast and Stuart Dunn.|
|1965||#353, Fatty Acid Composition of Cultured Aortic Cells From White
Carneau and Show Racer Pigeons, by S. C. Smith, R. G. Strout, W. R. Dunlop
and E. C. Smith.|
|1964||#354, Effects of Molybdenum and Sulfate Sulfur on Metabolism of
Copper in Dairy Cattle, by J. E. Vanderveen and H. A. Keener.|
|1966||#355, Effect of Culture Medium on Antigenic Structure of Mycoplasma,
by S. C. Smith, W. R. Dunlop and R. G. Strout.|
|1966||#356, Effects of Light Quality on Plant Maturity: II, Light Intensity
and Quality, by Beyoung H. Kwack and Stuart Dunn.|
|1965||#358, The Niacin Requirement of the Hen, by R. C. Ringrose,
Athanasios G. Manoukas, Raymond Hinkson and A. E. Teeri.|
|1965||#362, Salt Injury to Roadside Trees: II -- A Progress Report, by John
Kotheimer, Charles Niblett and Avery E. Rich.|
|1966||#363, Effects of 2,4-D on Plant Metabolism as Modified by Light
Quality, by George Williams, Jr. and Stuart Dunn.|
|1965||#364, Spermidine in Regenerating Liver: Relation to Rapid Synthesis
of Ribonucleic Acid, by William G. Dykstra, Jr. and Edward J.
|1965||#365, The Detection of Acute Avian Leucosis as a Contagious Disease,
by W. R. Dunlop, S. D. Kottaridis, J. R. Gallagher, S. C. Smith and R. G.
|1966||#366, Transmission Studies with Selective Apple Virus Indicators 1,2,
by R. C. McCrum and A. E. Rich.|
|1966||#369, Proline Accumulation in Wilted Ladino Clover Leaves, by D. G.
|1966||#370, Shortcut Sampling Methods for Eastern White Pine, by James P.
|1965||#371, Non-Stoloniferous Strawberry, by E. G. Corbett and E. M.
|1966||#372, Studies on a Lipopolysaccharide from Escherichia Coli, by
|1966||#374, Effect of Steam Blanching and Method of Drying on Solubility of
Alfalfa Constituents, by D. G. Routley and G. L. Byers.|
|1967||#375, Bacterial Phosphatides and Natural Relationships, by Miyoshi
|1966||#377, Nucleic Acid Synthesis in the Chloroplasts of Acetabularia
mediterranea, by C. J. Chapman N. A. Nugent and R. W. Schriber.|
|1966||#379, Mitochondrical Involvement in Lipid Vacuole Formation in
Cultured Aortic Cells From White Carneau Pigeons, by S. C. Smith, R. G.
Strout, W. R. Dunlop and E. C. Smith.|
|1967||#381, Slope Correction when Point-Sampling, by James P. Barrett and
Harold P. Nevers.|
|1967||#382, Enzymatic Detection of the Growth of Staphylococcus aureus in
Foods, by W. R. Chesbro and K. Auborn.|
|1966||#383, A New Hydroptilidae (Tricoptera), by R. L. Blickle.|
|1966||#384, Length of Light Period for Maximum Broiler Weight,' by W. C.
Skoglund, C. J. Wabeck and D. H. Palmer.|
|1966||#385, Scissor-Emasculation of Bromus inermis Leyss, by J. A. Wright
and G. M. Dunn.|
|1967||#388, Some Avian Ectoparasites in New England, by James E.
|1966||#389, The Food of New Hampshire Bobcats, by Clark L.
|1966||#390, Paper Chromatographic System for the Identification of Glycerol
in Bacterial Cell Walls, by Miyoshi Ikawa, James W. Morrow and Sheila J.
|1966||#391, Reestablishment of Ovarian Periodicity After Transportation to
the Syrian Hamster Cheek Pouch, by Burton V. Caldwell, Robert S. Pawling and
Paul A. Wright.|
|1967||#393, Cell Wall Constituents of Leuconostoc citrovorum and Leuconstoc
mesenteroides, by Sheila J. Harney, Nicholas D. Simopoulos and Miyoshi
|1967||#397, Plant Growth with New Fluorescent Lamps: I. Fresh and Dry
Weight Yields of Tomato Seedlings, by Aubrey S. Thomas, Jr. and Stuart
|1967||#398, Plant Growth with New Fluorescent Lamps: II. Growth and
Reproduction of Mature Bean Plants and Dwarf Marigold Plants, by Aubrey S.
Thomas, Jr. and Stuart Dunn.|
|1966||#399, Urea for Lactating Dairy Cattle. I. Effect of Concentrate Fiber
and Urea Levels on Nutritive Value of the Ration by N.F. Colovos, J.B.
Holter, H.A. Davis and W.E. Urban, Jr.|
|1966||#402, Urea for Lactating Dairy Cattle. I. Effect of Concentrate Fiber
and Urea Levels on Nutritive Value of the Ration by N.F. Colovos, J.B.
Holter, H.A. Davis and W.E. Urban, Jr.|
|1968||#403, Suppresion of Generative Nucleus Division in Tradescantia
Paludosa by Phenothiazine and Acridine Derivatives, by John D. Gearhart and
|1967||#404, Tissue-Culture-Propagated Mycoplasma for the Control of Chronic
Respiratory Disease, by S.D. Kottaridis, W.R. Dunlop, and S.C.
|1967||#405, Effect of Cutting Height on Development of Root Rot in Clover,
by A.R. Moody, R.A. Kilpatrick, and A.E. Rich.|
|1966||#406, Rubis Subgenus Eubatus in New England, by A.R. Hogdon and F.
|1968||#407, Comparing Methods of Sampling a White Pine Stand, by J.P.
Barrett, J.F. Carter|
|1967||#408, Influence of Dapple Apple and Stem Pitting Viruses on Tree
Growth anf Friut Yields over a Fourteen-Year Period, by A.R.
|1967||#409, Natural Spread of Stem Pitting Virus of Apple, by A.E.
|1968||#410, Early Embryonic Chondrodystrophy in Japanese Quail, by W.M.
Collins, H. Abplanalp, and S. Yoshida.|
|1968||#411, Effects of Light Quality on the Life Cycle of Crabgrass and
Barnyardgrass, by S. Dunn, G.K. Gruengling and A.S. Thomas, Jr.|
|1968||#413, Analysis of Poyamines by Thin-Layer Chromatography, by J.E.
Hammond, E.J. Herbst.|
|1967||#414, A Physiogenic Leaf and Stem Spot of Some Forage Legumes, by
k.W. Kreitlow and R. A. Kilpatrick|
|1969||#417, Addendum to Sciantific Contribution No. 417, by F.R.
|1968||#418, Isolated Chloroplasts Lameller Systems, by R.S. Bishop, D.K.
Darrow, E.J. Dodge, and R.W. Schreiber.|
|1968||#420, Smooth Muscle Cells: The Source of Foam Cells in Atheroscerotic
White Carneau Pigeons, by P.H. Cooke and S.C. Smith|
|1967||#421, Tissue Fatty Acid Composition in Four Diverse Vertebrate
Species, by G.F. McMullin, S.C. Smith, P.A. Wright|
|1968||#422, Polyamine-inorganic Cation Interaction with Ribosomes of
Escherichia Coli, by J.W. Norton, V.A. Erdmann, and E.J. Herbst.|
|1967||#423, The Effects of Polyamines on the Enzymatic Degradation of
Ribosomes, by V.A. Erdmann, G.A. Thomas, J.W. Norton, and E.J.
|1968||#424, Choline and Inositol Distribution on Algae and Fungi, by M.
Ikawa, P.T. Borowski, and A. Chakravarti.|
|1967||#425, The Localization of Spermidine in Salivary Gland Cells of
Drosophila Melanogaster and its Effect on Uridine Incorporation, by A.S.
Dion, and E.J. Herbst.|
|Box 2, Folder 9||1968||#426, Urea for Lacatating Dairy Cattle. III. Nutritive Value of
Rations of Corn Siage Plus Concentrate Containg Various Levels of Urea, by
J.B. Holter, N.F. Colovos, H.A. Davis, W.E. Urban, Jr.|
|1968||#427, Changes in the Carpenter Modification of the Haldane Gas
Analysis Apparatus, by N.F. Colovos, J.B. Holter, and H.H.
|1968||#428, An Explantion for the Apparent Chelation of Clacium by
Tetrodotoxin, by E.W. Hopkin, III, E.J. Herbst.|
|1968||#429, The Effect of Sex-Linked Barring and Rate of Feathering Genes,
and of Stock, upon Egg Yolk Cholesterol, by W.M. Collins, A.C. Kahn III,
A.E. Terri, N.P. Zervas and R.F. Constantino.|
|1972||#431, Effect of Mycotoxins and Coumarins on the Growth of Bacilus
Megaterium from Spores,by A.R. Buckelew, Jr., A. Chakravarti, W.R. Burge,
V.M. Thomas, Jr. and MIyoshi Ikawa.|
|1968||#432, Urea for Lactating Dairy Cattle. IV. Effect of Urea versus No
Urea in the Concentrate on Producton Performance in a High producing Herd,
by J.B. Holter, N.F. Colovos, end W.E. Urban, Jr.|
|1969||#433, Effect of Inoculum Size on Development of Eimeria Tenelle in
Cell Cultures, by R.G. Strout, C.A. Ouellette, and D.P. Gangi.|
|1968||#434, The Availability of Niacin in Corn, Soybean Meal and Wheat
Medicine, by A.G. Manoukas, R.C. Ringrose, and A.E. Terri.|
|1968||#435, Feinstrukturuntersuchungen uber die Nahrungsaufnahme bei
Coccidien in Gewebekulturen, by Erich Scholtyseck and R.S.
|1968||#436, The Relationship between Calcium, Magnesium, and Potassium
Accumulation and Titratable Acidity in the Leaves of a Selected McIntosh
Apple Clone, by J.C.M. Ddungu, Russell Eggert.|
|1980||#437, Investigations of New England Marine Algae I: A Floristic and
Descriptive Ecological Study of the Marine Algae at Jaffrey Point, New
Hampshire, by A.C. Mathieson, E.J. Hehre, and N.B. Reynolds.|
|1969||#439, Purification of Potato Aucuba Mosaic Virus, by P. Juo and A.E.
|1968||#440, Selection and Stability of Phenotype in Plant Breeding, by L.C.
|1969||#441, A New Species of Hydroptilidae, by R.L. Blickle.|
|1969||#442, The Influence of Population Density and Competion on Phenotypic
Stability of Tomato Plants, by B.F. George and L.C. Pierce.|
|1969||#443, Lamellar Lipoprotein of Nicotiana Chloroplasts: In Vivo
Incorporation of Carbon Dioxide, Acetate, and Leucine, by R.S. Bishop, M.J.
Perry and R.W. Schreiber.|
|1970||#445, Heat Increments of Steam-Volatile Fatty Acids Infused
Seperately and in a Mixture into Fasting Cows, by J.B. Holter, C.W. Heald,
and N.F. Colovos|
|1969||#446, Digestibility, Nutritive Value, and Intake of Reed Canarygrass,
by N.F. Colovos, R.M. Koes, J.B. Holter, J.R. Mitchell, and H.A.
|1969||#448, Eimeria Tenella: Temperature and Asexual Development in Cell
Culture, by R.G. Strout and C.A. Ouellette.|
|1969||#449, Floristic Comparison of the Three Bird Islands in the Gulf of
Maine, by A.R. Hodgdon abd R.B. Pike.|
|1969||#450, Inactivation of Potato Virus X in Green Mountain Potatoes, by
A.E. Rich |
|Box 2, Folder 10||1969||#451, The Posible Role of Parasexuality and Cytoplasmic Variation in
Race Differentiation in Phytophthora Infestans, by S.S. Leach and A.E.
|1970||#452, Half of Article is Missing.|
|1970||#453, Dot Grid Area Estimates: Precision by Repeated Trials, by J.P.
Barrett and J.S. Philbrook.|
|1969||#455, Gametogony of Eimeria Tenella in Cell Cultures, by R.G. Strout
and C.A. Ouellette.|
|1970||#456, Rates of Return from Christmas Tree Plantations: Two Case
Studies in NH, by B.B. Foster and J.B. Cote|
|1969||#457, A Preliminary Investigation of the Benthonic Marine Algae of
the Chesapeake Bay Region, by A.C. Mathieson and S.W. Fuller.|
|1969||#458, Linear Programming: A Method of Determining Least Cost Blends
or Mixes in Papermaking, by B.B. Foster.|
|1969||#459, Use of Chlorella in Mycotoxin and Phycotoxin Research, by M.
Ikawa, D.S. Ma, G.B. Meeker, and R.P. Davis.|
|1969||#462, Contributions to the Mairne Algae of Newfoundland, by A.C.
Mathieson, C.L. Dawes, and H.J. Humm.|
|1970||#464, The Influence of the Retention of Immature Apple Mummies by
Certain Cultivars on the Overwintering of Physalospora Obtusa, by J. Holmes
and A.E. Rich.|
|1970||#465, Replacement of Brewer's Yeast in a Trout Feed, by R.C.
|1970||#466, Factor's Affecting Release and Dissemination of Pkysalospora
Obtusa Spores in a NH Apple Orchard, by J. Holmes and A.E. Rich|
|1969||#467, The Control of Black Rot Cankers on Apple Trees in NH, by J.
Holmes and A.E. Rich|
|1969||#468, Frogaye Leafspot and Apple Black Rot Control by Fungicide Spray
Treatment in New Hampshire, by J. Holmes and A.E. Rich|
|1969||#469, Performance of Remote Moisture Sensing Devices, by J.L. Hill
and R.H. Munkittrick|
|1970||#470, Digestibility, Nutritive Value and Intake of Ensoiled Corn
Plant in Cattle and Sheep, by N.F. Colovos, J.B. Holter, R.M. Koes, W.E.
Urban, Jr. and H.A. Davis.|
|1969||#471, Estimating White Pine Seed Fall from the Number of Seed
Locations in Opened Cones, by H.W. Hocker, Jr.|
|1971||#472, Inhibition of Dehydrogenase Activity in Lung Tissue Due to
Breathing Oxygen at Atmospheric Pressure, by D. BArdell and A.K.
|1969||#473, Schizinten und Merozoiten von Eimeria Tenella in Makrophagen,
by E. Scholtyseck, R.G. Strout, A. Haberkorn.|
|1969||#477, Performance of Diallel Crosses of Bromus Inermis for Forage
Yield, by G.M. Dunn and J.A. Wright|
|1980||#478, Investigations of New england Marine Algae II: the Species
Composition, Distribution and Zonation of Seaweeds in the Great Bay Estuary
System and the Adjacent Open Coast of NH, by A.C> Mathieson, N.B. Reynolds
and E.J. Hehre.|
|1970||#479, Investigations of New England marine Algae III: Composition,
Seasonal Occurrence and Reporductive Periodicity of the Marine Rhodophyceae
in NH, by E.J. Hehre and A.C. Mathieson|
|1980||#480, Investigations of New England Marine Algae IV. The Ecology and
Seasonal Succession of Tide Pool Algae at Bald Head Cliff, York, Maine, by
R.J. Femino and A.C. Mathieson.|
|1969||#481, A Fluorometric Procedure for Determination of o- Diphenol
Oxidase, by R.S. Warren and D.G. Routley.|
|1969||#482, Schizogony and Gametogony of Eimeria tenella in Cell Culture,
by R.G. Strout, and C.A. Ouellette.|
|1971||#483, Cytochemical Observations on Eimeria tenella Propagated in Cell
Culture, by J.F. Hare and R.G Strout|
|1970||#486, Germination of Eastern White Pine After Seed-coat Treatments,
by M.E. Demeritt, Jr. and H.W. Hocker, Jr.|
|1972||#487, Effects of Myotoxins and Coumarins on the Growth of Bacillus
megaterium from Spores, by A.R. Buckelew Jr., A. Chakravarti, W.R. Burge,
V.M. Thomas, Jr., M. Ikawa.|
|1970||#490, A Method of Revealing Enzyme Action, by D.G. Routley and R.S.
|1972||#491, Occurence of Choline in Lactobacillus plantarum, by M. Ikawa A.
Chakravarti and R.F. Taylor.|
|1970||#492, The Use of Tissue Culture in the Study of Single Gene
Resistance of Tomato to Phytophthora infestans, by R.S. Warren and D.G.
|1970||#493, The Influence of Sex-linked Barring and Rate of Feathering
Genes, and of Stock, upon Egg Riboflavin and Vitamen B12, by W.M. Collins,
A.E. Teeri, A.C. Kahn III, N.P Zervas, and R.F. Costantino.|
|1970||#494, Bacteriophage Infection: Which End of the SP82G Genome Goes in
First, by William T. McAllister.|
|1970||#495, Growth and Nitrogen Metabolism of Plants Under Continuous Light
of Different Qualities and Intensities, by Enola L. Stevenson, Stuart Dunn
and D. G. Routley.|
|1970||#496, Interaction of Light, Leaf Detachment, Mineral Nutrients, and
Age on Carbohydrate Accumulation in Bean Leaves, by Aubrey S. Thomas, Jr.,
Stuart Dunn and D. G. Routley.|
|1970||#498, Dissolved Solid-Discharge Relationships: I. Mixing Models, by
Francis R. Hall.|
|1973||#499, Matching Curve and Ration Methods for Solving Nonlinear
Base-Flow Equations, by Francis R. Hall and T. N. Narasihan.|
|1970||#500, Gene Dosage Effects on Monogenic Resistance to Northern Corn
Leaf Blight, by G. M. Dunn and Ted Namm.|
|1972||#501, Estrogen Analysis of Neonatal Bovine Urine Using Gas-Liquid
Chromatograpy, by A. K. Fowler and C. D. Reed.|
|1971||#503, Redescription and Chaetotaxy of Brachychthonius lydiae Adults
and Nymphs (Acarina: Oribatei), by R. Marcel Reeves and Valin G.
|1970||#504, Proline Accumulation in Wilting Detached Ladino Clover Leaves,
by D. G. Routley.|
|1971||#505, Light Quality Effects on the Life Cycle of Common Purslane, by
|1970||#506, Fluorescent Lamp Spectral Emissions and Carbohydrate Formation
in Leaves, Aubrey s. Thomas, Jr., Stuart Dunn and D. G. Routley.|
|1971||#507, Fungi Isolated from the Fruits and Seeds of Some Northern
Hardwood Trees, by James H. Friedrich, Avery E. Rich and Alex L.
|1970||#508, Calyx-end Rot of Apples, by Avery E. Rich.|
|1970||#509, Simulated Effects of Use Value Assessment on Property Tax
Rates, by Chauncey T. K. Ching and George E. Frick.|
|1970||#510, Relative Sodium Chloride Tolerance of Common Roadside Trees in
Southeastern New Hampshire, by W. C. Shortle and A. E. Rich.|
|1969||#511, Regional Simulation Model for Dispersed Economic Systems: A
Preliminary Review with Regard to Dairy Production, by C. T. K. Ching and G.
|1970||#512, The Ultrastructure of First Generation Development of Eimeria
tenella (Raillet and Lucet, 1891) Fantham, 1909 in Cell Cultures, by Richard
|1970||#513, Effect of Use Value Assessment on Property Tax Rates, by C. T.
K. Ching and G. E. Frick.|
|1971||#516, Male Sterility in Pelargonium hortorum Bailey, by T. Dale and
O. M. Rogers.|
|1970||#517, A Technique for Screening Tomato Plants for Single Gene
Resitance to Race O, Phytophthora Infestans, by L. C. Peirce.|
|1970||#518, A Preliminary Checklist of the Marine Algae of Campobello
Island, New Brunswick, Canada, by Richard A. Stone, Edward J. Hehre, Joan M.
Conway and Arthur C. Mathieson.|
|1971||#519, Cytogenetics of a Temperature- Sensitive Albino Mutant in
Smooth Bromegrass (Bromus inermis Leyss), by G. M. Dunn and M.
|1972||#520, Marginal Logs and Profitability of Low Investmen Sawmills, by
Bennet B. Foster.|
|1970||#521, Onset of Egg Production and its Relationship to Isoenzymes of
Serum Alkaline Phosphatase in Japanese Quail, by T. F. Savage, W. M. Collins
and E. C. Smith.|
|1971||#522, Attempting Chemical Induction of Haploidy Using Toluidine Blue,
By S. Al-Yasiri and O. M. Rogers.|
|1970||#523, Hybrids in Rubis Subgenus Eubatus in New England, by Frederic
L. Steele and A. R. Hodgdon.|
|1973||#524, Measurement and Control of Water Potential in a Soil- Plant
System, by G. W. Gee, W. Liu, H. Olvang, and B. E. Janes.|
|1971||#525, Effect of De-icing Chemicals on Woody Plants, by Avery E.
|1971||#526, Male Sterility in Pelargonium hortorum Bailey, by T. Dale and
O. M. Rogers.|
|1971||#527, The Effect of Various Peptone Sources on Germ Tube Elongation
in Uronyces phaseoli, by R. M. Niles and Avery E. Rich.|
|1971||#528, Phylogeny and Ecology of Myctorophic Achlorophyllous
Angiosperms, by Thomas E. Furman.|
|1971||#529, Evaluation of Carotenoid Concentration in Chicken Tissues, by
H. A. Stone, W. M. Collins and W. E. Urban, Jr.|
|1970||#530, The Discovery of Halicystis Ovalis (Lungbye) Areschoug in New
England, by Arthur C. Mathieson and Richard L. Burns.|
|1971||#531, Effects of Some Phenolic Compounds on the Growth of Phialophora
melinii and Fomes connatus, by Walter C. Shortle, Terry A. Tattar and Avery
|1971||#532, Sequence of Microorganisms and Changes in Constituents
Associated with Discoloration and Decay of Sugar Maples Infected with Fomes
connatus, by Terry A. Tattar, Walter C. Shortle, and Avery E.
|1972||#534, Investigations of New england Marine Algae V. The Algal
Vegetation of the Hampton-Seabrook Estuary and the Open Coast Near Hampton,
NH, by A.C. Mathieson and R.A. Fralick.|
|1973||#535, Concentrations of Manganese and Microorganisms in Discolored
and Decayed Wood in Sugar Maple, by W.C. Shortle and A. L. Shigo|
|1971||#536, Detection of Isoenzymes of Chicken Serum Alkaline Phosphatase
Using Polyacrylamide Disc Electrophoresis, by T.F. Savage, W.M. Collins, and
|1971||#537, Dissolved Solids-Discharge Relationships 2. Applications to
Field Data, by F.R. Hall|
|1970||#539, Chromosome Numbers of Aster Blakei and A. Nemoralis, by L.M.
Hill and O.M. Rogers.|
|1971||#541, Ecological Studies of Economic Red Algae. I. Photosynthesis and
Respiration of Chondrus Crispus Stackhouse and Gigartina Stellata Batters,
by A.C. Matheison and R.L. Burns|
|1972||#542, Nuclease Activities of Mycoplasma gallisepticum as a function
of Culture Age in Different Media, B.S. Cowen and S.C. Smith|
|1972||#543, Tissue Specific Brain S-100 A Demonstration of Multiple
Proteins, by J.A. Stewart.|
|1971||#544, Lipid Compostion of the Brown Alga Fucus Vesisculosus, by M.
Alam, A. Chakravarti, M. Ikawa.|
|1971||#545, Effects of phosphonic Acid and Succinic Acid-2,
2-dimethylhydrazide on Sex Expresion in Muskmelon, by J.B. Loy.|
|1973||#546, In vitro study of Carbon and Nitrogen Metabolism of Principal
Fungi Associated with Fomes connatus in Sugar Maple Acer saccharum, by T.A.
Tatter and A.E. Rich|
|1971||#548, Beta Hemolysin: a Persistnat Impurity in Preparations of
Staphylococcal Nuclease and Enterotoxin, by W.Chesbro and V.
|Box 2, Folder 12||1971||#551, Recombination and Transfection Mapping of Cistron 5 of
Bacteriophage SP82G, D.M. Green and M.I. Urban.|
|1971||#553, Confinement Effects on Dry-Matter Digestibility Coefficients
Displayed by Deer, by W.W. Mautz|
|1971||#554, Comparison of the CrCl3 Ratio and Total Collection Techniques
in Digestibility Studies with a Wild Ruminant, the White-Tailes Deer, by
|1971||#555, Urea for Lactating Dairy Cattle. V. Concentrate Fiber and Urea
in a Corn Silage-High Concentrate Ration, by J.B. Holter, N.F. Colovos, R.M.
Clark, R.M. Coes, H.A. Davis, and W.E. Urban, Jr.|
|1971||#556, Calorie-to-Protein Ratio for Brook Trout, R.C.
|1972||#557, Ecological Studies of Economic Red Algae. II Culture Studies of
Chrondus crispus Stackhouse and Gigartina stellata Batters, R.L. Burns and
|Undated||#558, An Iterative Procedure for Solving Physical Distribution
Problems, by C.T.K. Ching.|
|1971||#559, A Comparison of Stem Peroxidases in Bush and Vine Forms of
Squash (Cucurbita maxima Duch. and C. pepo L.), by J.B. Loy.|
|1973||#560, Respiratory Control in Preatherosclerotic Susceptible and
Resistant Pigeon Aortas, by R.F. Santerre, R.J. Nicolosi, and S.C.
|1972||#561, Spontaneous Atherosclerosis in Pigeons, by R.F. Santerre, T.N.
Wright, S.C. Smith, and D. Brannigan.|
|1971||#562, Role of cyclic hydroxamic in monogenic resistance of maize to
Helminthosporium turcicum, by R.M. Couture, D.G. Routley, and G.M.
|1972||#563, Organization of Gene Function in Bacillus subtilis
Bacteriophage SP82G, by D. M. Green and D. Laman|
|1971||#564, Simultaneous Flourometric Analysis of Five Lipid Classes on
Thin-Layer Chromatograms, by R.J. Nicolosi, S.C. Smith and R. F.
|1971||#565, Recovery of bouyant and fragile lipid-laden cells from in vitro
cultures by centrifugal filtration, by N.C. Nicolosi, R.F. Santerre, and
|1971||#566, Blood Carotenoid concentration, an estimate of its heritability
and genetic raltionship to body weight in the chicken, by H.A. Stone, W.M.
Collins, and W.E. Urban, Jr.|
|1970||#567, Germination of Eastern White Pine After Seed-coat Treatments,
by M.E. Demeritt, Jr., and H.W. Hocker, Jr.|
|1971||#568, Gas Chromotography of Catotenoids, by R.F. Taylor and M.
|1971||#569, A simple method for maintaining Venturia Inaqualis Inoculum, by
|1972||#570, Relationships between host origin of staphylococcal strains and
their virulence for mice, by W. Chesbro and M. Smith.|
|1971||#571, Food passage rate in the White-Tailed Deer, by W.W. Mautz and
|1973||#573, Effects of temperature and photoperiod on a Virescent Mutant in
Smooth Bromegrass, by G.M. Dunn, E.J. Ketel, D.G. Routley, and R.M.
|1972||#574, Comparison of simultaneous Azo Dye coupling methods and an
indigogenic reaction for alkaline phospatase in polycrylamide disc gels, by
T.F. Savage, E.C. Smith, and W.M. Collins.|
|1971||#576, A Review of the Genus Ochrotrichia, by D.G. Denning and R.L.
|1972||#577, Winter fragmentation of Codium fragile (Suringar) Hariot ssp.
tomentosides (van Goor) Silva (Chlorophyceae, Siphonales) in New England, by
R.A. Fralick and A.C. Mathieson.|
|1972||#578, An Evaluation of Waterfowl Surveys on the NH coastline, by R.S.
Scott and D.P. Olson.|
|1972||#579, Inheritance of star-gazing in Japanese Quail, by T.F. Savage
and W.M. Collins.|
|1972||#580, Nitrate Reductase in Leaves of Ericacaea, by D.G.
|1972||#582, Effect of postural position and position change on energy
expenditure in fasting dairy cattle, by R.M. Clark, J.B. Holter, N.F.
Colovos, and H.H. Hayes.|
|1972||#583, Molecular variants of golfingia gouldii Hemerythrin, by G.L.
|1971||#584, Methionine Hydroxy Analog for Lactating Dairy Cows, by J.B.
Holter, C.W. Kim, and N.F. Colovos.|
|1972||#585, Lipid Accumulation in Muscular Foci in White Carneau and Show
Racer Pigeon Aortas, by R.T. Nicolosi, R.T. Santerre, and S.C.
|1971||#586, A Fluorometric Procedure for Determination of B- Glucosidase,
by R.M. Couture and D.G. Routley.|
|1972||#589, Eimeria tenella: Screening of Chemotherapeutic Compounds in
Cell Cultures, by R.G. Stout and C.A. Ouellette.|
|1972||#590, Ecological Studies of Economic Red Algae. III Growth and
Repoduction of Natural and Harvested Populations of Gigartina stellate
(Stackhouse) Batters in NH, by R.L. Burns and A.C. Mathieson.|
|Box 3, Folder 1||1972||#591, The Postnatal Accumulation of S-100 Protein in Mouse Central
Nervous System. Modulation of Protein Synthesis and Degradation, by J.A.
Stewart and M.I. Urban.|
|Undated||#592, Mean per tree estimation for plot and point inventories, by
|1972||#593, A comparative study of the Oxygen Transport Proteins of
Dendrostomum pyroides, by G.L. Klippenstein, D.A. Van Ripper, E.A.
|1972||#594, Elemental Composition of Maize Grown Under No-Till and
Conventional Tillage, by G.O. Estes.|
|1970||#595, Physcogical Studies during Tektite II. At St. John, by A.C.
Matheison, R.A. Fralick, R. Burns and W. Flashive.|
|1972||#596, Bacteriophage SP82G Inhibition of an Intracellular
Deoxyribonucleic Acid Inactivation Process in Bacillus subtilis, by W.T.
McAllister and D. M. Green.|
|1972||#597, Differential Vulnerability Patterns Among Three Species of Sea
Ducks, by R.S. Stott and D.P. Olson|
|1972||#598, Stomatal resistance during senescence of hardwood leaves, by
G.W. Gee and C.A. Federer.|
|1972||#599, Variations in Inhibition of Growth of Five Chlorella Strains by
Mycotoxins and Other Toxic Substances, by James D. Sullivan, Jr. and Miyoshi
|1972||#600, Subunit Composition of the Tissue Specific Bovine Brain S-100
Protein, by James A. Stuart.|
|1972||#601, Adsorption of Lysozyme and Ovalbumin by Clay: Effect of Clay
Suspension pH and Clay Mineral Type, Subject Headings: and Robert D.
|1972||#602, Relationship Between the Degree of Resistance to a Pulsed
Electric Current and Wood in Progressive Stages of Discoloration and Decay
in Living Trees, by Terry A. Tattar, Alex L. Shigo and Thomas
|1972||#603, Ecological Studies of Economic Red Algae. IV. Variations of
Carrageenan Concentration and Properties in Chondrus Crispus Stackhouse, by
Stephen W. Fuller and Arthur C. Mathieson.|
|1972||#604, Early Extracellular Events in Infection on Competent Bacillus
subtilis by DNA of Bacteriophage SP82G, by Gordon W. Williams and D.
|1972||#605, Oribatid Ecology, by R. Marcel Reeves.|
|1972||#606, Pollination Study in a Natural Population of Mimulus Guttatus,
by Y. T. Kiang.|
|1973||#607, Soil-Plant Response to Surface-Applied Mercury, by G. O. Estes,
W. P. Knoop and F. D. Houghton.|
|1973||#608, Undergraduate Training of AFDC Caseworkers, by Nelson L. Le Ray
and James R. Bowring.|
|1973||#609, Food-Habitat Relationship of Sea Ducks on the New Hampshire
Coastline, by Richard S. Stott.|
|1972||#610, The Parker Cleaveland Herbariun of Bowdoin College, by Edward
Hehre, A. R. Hodgdon and R. B. Pike.|
|1972||#611, Inheritance and Morphology of Two Dwarf Mutants in Watermelon,
by Peter B. W. Liu and J. B. Loy.|
|1973||#612, Physiological Aspects of Iron-Phosphorus Nutrition in Two
Varieties of Maize: I. Uptake and Accumulation Characteristics Under
Greenhouse and Field Conditions, by G. O. Estes and T. F.
|1973||#613, Evaluation of Phosphorus Adsorption by a Cross Section of Soil
Types, by P. K. Vijayachandran and R. D. Harter.|
|1972||#614, Caloric Value of Acetate and Propionate for Lactating Dairy
Cows, by J. B. Holter, L. A. Jones, N. F. Colovos and W. E. Urban,
|1973||#615, Extractable Phenols in Clear, Discolored, and Decayed Woody
Tissues and Bark of Sugar Maple and Red Maple, by Terry A. Tattar and A. E.
|1972||#616, Recent Discoveries in the New Hampshire Flora, by A. R. Hodgdon
and Frederic L. Steele.|
|1973||#617, X-Ray Diffraction, Electron Microscopy, Electrophoretic
Mobility, and pH of some Stable Smectite-Protein Complexes, by Robert D.
Harter and G. Stotzky.|
|1972||#618, Effect of Salt Injury on Shoot Growth of Sugar Maple, Acer
Saccharum, by Walter C. Shortle, John B. Kotheimer, and Avery E.
|1973||#619, Incorporation of Radioactive Pyrimidine Nucleisides into DNA
and RNA of Eimera tenella (Coccidia) Cultured In Vitro, by Carol A.
Oueltette, Richard G. Strout and Larry R. McDougald.|
|1972||#620, Detection of Staphylococcal Nuclease Elaborated During Lethal
Infections in Mice, by William Chesbro and Richard Walker.|
|1973||#622, Floral Structure, Hybridization and Evolutionary Relationship
of Two Species of Mimulus, by Y. T. Kiang.|
|1973||#623, Nutrition of White-Tailed Deer. I. Energy Requirements of
Fawns, by C. B. Thompson, J. B. Holter, H. H. Hayes. H. Silver, and W. E.
|1973||#625, Ecological Studies of Codium fragile in New England, USA, by R.
A. Fralick and A. C. Mathieson.|
|Box 3, Folder ||1976||#626, An Electron Microscopic Study of Pigeon Aorta Cell Cultures:
Cytodifferentiation and Intracellular Lipid Accumulation, by Thomas N.
Wright, Peter H. Cooke and Samuel C. Smith.|
|1972||#627, A New Species of Pseudocodium (Chlorophyta, Siphonales) from
the West Coast of Florida, by Clinton J. Dawes and Arthur C.
|1972||#628, Clinical Report: Five Cases of Feline Dirofilariasis, by Larry
L. Stackhouse, D.V.M., Ph.D. and Eric Clough, V.M.D.|
|1973||#629, Energy and Protein Utilization in Forages Fed to Dry Cows, by
J. M. Leahey, J. B. Holter and W. E. Urban, Jr.|
|1973||#631, Effects of the Decay of Incorporated Radioactive Phosphorus on
the Transfer of the Bacteriophage SP82G Genome, by William T. McAllister and
D. MacDonald Green.|
|1973||#631a, Studies of Tomatoes Selected for Rate of Emergence in Normal
and Stress Seeding Environments, by J. A. Stern and L. C.
|1974||#632, Separable Forms of Nuclease Secreted by Staphylococcus aureus
as a Function of Growth Stage, by David Carpenter and William
|1973||#633, Regression of Rous Sarcomas in Two Lines of Chickens, by P. F.
Cotter, W. M. Collins, A. C. Corbett and W. R. Dunlop.|
|1973||#635, Benthic Algae and Vascular Plants of the Lower Merrimack River
and Adjacent Shoreline, by Arthur C. Mathieson and Richard A.
|1974||#636, Ecological Studies of Floridian Eucheuma (Rhodophyta,
Gigartinales). II. Photosynthesis and Respriration, by Arthur C. Mathieson
and Clinton J. Dawes.|
|1973||#637, Ornithine Decarboxylase and Polyamines in Silkmoth Pupal
Tissues: Effects of Ecdysone and Injury, by G. R. Wyatt, K. Rothaus, D.
Lawler and E. H. Herbst.|
|Undated||#639, Effects of De-Icing Salt on Roadside Popultions of Poverty
Oat-Grass, Danthonia Spicata, by Y. T. Kiang|
|1973||#640, Sulfur and the Toxicity of the Res Alga Ceramium Rubrum to
Bacillus Subtilis, by Miyoshi Ikawa, Victor M. Thomas, Jr. Lawerence J.
Buckley and J. John Uebel.|
|1973||#641, Purification and Characterization of Hexose Oxidase from the
Red Alga Chrondrus Crispus, by James D. Sullivan, Jr. and Miyoshi
|1972||#643, Complete Chemical Modification of the Carboxyl Groups in
Hemerythrin: Effect on the Active Center and Subunit Interactions, by Gerald
|1973||#644, Relationship of Stomatal Length and Frequency and Pollen-Grain
Diameter to Ploidy Level in Bromus inermis Leyss, by Geok-Yong Tan and G. M.
|1973||#645, Probable Causes for the 1972 Red Tide in the Cape Ann Region of
the Gulf of Maine, by Hugh Francis Mulligan.|
|1974||#647, Ecological Studies of Floridian Eucheuma (Rhodophyta,
Gigartinales). III. Seasonal Variation if Carrageenan, Total Carbohydrate,
Protein, and Lipid, by Clinton J. Dawes, John M. Lawrence, Donald P. Cheney
and Arthur C. Mathieson.|
|1973||#648, The Stimulation of RNA Synthesis by Spermidine: Studies with
Drosophilia Larvae and RNA Polymerase, by Edward J. Herbst, Craig V. Byus
and Donald L. Nuss.|
|1973||#649, Corn Silage With and Without Grass Hay for Lactating Dairy
Cows, by J. B. Holter, W. E. Urban, Jr., W. S. Kennett and C. J.
|1973||#650, Use of Simulation in Decision Making: An Example, by Bennett B.
|Box 3, Folder 3||1973||#651, Effect of Herbicides on the Growth of Chlorella and Bacillus
using the Paper Disc Method, by V. M. Thomas, L. J. Buckley, J. D. Sullivan,
Jr., and Miyoghi Ikawa.|
|1974||#652, Ecological Studies of Floridian Eucheuma (Rhodophyta,
Gigartinales). I. Seasonal Growth and Reproduction, by Clinton J. Dawes,
Arthur C. Mathieson and Donald P. Cheney.|
|1973||#653, Comparing Board-Foot Growth of White Pine with Loblolly Pine,
by Leland J. Goldsmith and James P. Barrett.|
|1973||#654, Chemical, Cytological and Genetic Evidence for the Hybrid
Origin of Aster Blakei (Porter) House, by L. Michael Hill and O. M.
|1973||#655, Linear Programming Use for Evaluating Water Reasources and Cost
and Benefit Allocation, by Richard A. Andrews and Richard R.
|1974||#656, Investigation of New England Marine Algae VI: Distribution of
Marine Algae Near Cape Cod, Massachusetts, by Douglas C. Coleman and Arthur
|Box 3, Folder 4||1973||#657, Genetic and Environmental Effects on Production of Inhibitory
Compounds in Corn Resistant to Helminthosporium turcicum, by A. G. Calub, G.
M. Dunn, D. G. Routley and R. M. Coulture.|
|1974||#658, Corn Silage with Either Haycrop Silage or Hay for Lactating
Cows, by J. B. Holter, J. M. Leahey and W. E. Urban, Jr.|
|1973||#659, Comparison of Electrical Resistance and Impedance Measurements
in Wood in Progressive Stages of Discoloration and Decay, by Terry A. Tattar
and George C. Saufley.|
|1973||#661, Effect of Fertilizer Salt Accumulation and Low Relative
Humidity on Development of Stem Lesions on Yellow Birch Seedlings, by
Gregory M. Filip, A. L. Shigo, M. C. Hoyle and A. E. Rich.|
|1974||#662, Response of Roadside Grassed to De-Icing Salt, by Y. T.
|1973||#663, Effects of Genetic Background on Monogenic Resistance to
Helminthosporium turcicum in Maize (Zea mays L.), by A. G. Calub, G. M. Dunn
and D. G. Routley.|
|1973||#664, A Chamber for Applying Pressure to Roots of Intact Plants, by
G. W. Gee, B. E. Janes and C. S. Tan.|
|1975||#665, Investigation of New England Marine Algae VII: Seasonal
Occurrenceand Reproduction of Marine Algae Near Cape Cod, Massachusetts, by
Douglas C. Coleman and Arthur C. Mathieson.|
|1974||#666, Use of Pressure Bomb Measurements to Estimate Root Wate
Potentials, by G. W. Gee, W. Luiu, H. Olvang and B. E, Janes.|
|1973||#667, Influence of Potassium Nutrition on Net CO2 Uptake and Growth
in Maize (Zea mays L.), by G. O. Estes, D. W. Koch and T. F.
|1973||#668, The Vascular Flora of Kent Island, Grand Manan, New Brunswick,
by John McCain, R. B. Pike and A. R. Hodgdon.|
|Undated||#671, Indentification and Measuremenof Micro-Land Use Influences, by
Bennett B. Foster and Frederick B. Courser.|
|1973||#672, Vegetative Propagation of Eastern White Pine by Cuttings, by Y.
T. Kiang, O. M. Rogers and R. B. Pike.|
|1975||#673, Seasonal Occurrence and Ecology of Marine Algae in a New
Hampshire Tidal Rapid, by Norman B. Reynolds and Arthur C.
|Undated||#675, Air Pollution Control: Equity Considerations for Rural and
Urban America, by Douglas E. Morris.|
|Undated||#676, Mobile Home Park Community Educational Service Costs and
Revenues in New Hampshire, by Richard L. Tichenor, Edmund F. Jansen, Jr. and
Nelson L. Le Ray.|
|1974||#677, Destruction of Kelp Populations by Lacuna Vincta (Montagu), by
Richard A. Fralick, Kenneth W. Turgeon and Arthur C. Mathieson.|
|1974||#678, Thymidylic Acid Synthesis in Eimeria tenella (Coccidia)
Cultured In Vitro,by Carol A. Ouellette, Richard G. Strout and Larry R.
|1976||#679, Digestibility and Related Nutritional Data For Seven Northern
Deer Browse Species, by William W. Mautz, Helenette Silver, James B. Holter,
Haven H. Hayes and Willard E. Urban, Jr.|
|1973||#680, Response of Seedlings of a Dwarf and a Normal Strain of
Watermelon to Gibberellins, by J. Brent Loy and Peter B. W. Liu.|
|1974||#682, Improved Resistance Moisture Measurement Techniques: Pulsed
Current Meter and Wood Element Sensors, by Robert F. Couture and John L.
|1974||#683, Microbodies in Conifer Needle Mesophyll, by Jean Fincher
Charbot and Brian F. Charbot.|
|1973||#684, Host Age Dependency of Regression of Rous Sarcomas of Chickens,
by P, F. Cotter, W. M. Collins, W. R. Dunlop, and A. C. Corbett.|
|1974||#685, Enviromental Control of Needle Characteristics in Subalpine
Black Spruce, by Brian F. Chabot.|
|1976||#686, Isolation and Biological Activity of the Pigments of the Mold
Epicoccum nigrum, by William R. Burge, Lawerence J. Buckley, James D.
Sulllivan, Jr., Carol J. McGrattan and Miyoshi Ikawa.|
|1974||#687, Occurrence of Choline Esters in the Marine Dinoflagellate
Amphidinium Carteri, by Richard F. Taylor, Miyoshi Ikawa, John J. Sasner
Jr., Frederick P. Thurberg and Kenneth K. Andersen.|
|1974||#688, A Simple System for Freeze Drying, by Brian M. Kilcullen and
Robert D. Harter.|
|1974||#690, Effects of SADH Ethephon and 2,4,5-T on Color and Storage
Quality of 'McIntosh' Apples, by James E. Pollard.|
|1973||#691, Low-Power Implatable Transmitters for Telemetry of Heart Rate
and Temperature from White-Tailed Deer, by H. Richard Skutt, Frederick M.
Bock, IV, Paul Haugstad, James B. Holter, Haven H. Hayes and Hellenette
|1974||#692, The Quaternary Structure of Phascolosoma agassizii Coelomic
Hemerythrin, by F. A. Liberatore, M. F. Truby and G. L.
|1975||#693, Ambient Temperature Effects on Physiological Traits of
White-Tailed Deer, by J. B. Holter, W. E. Urban, Jr., H. H. Hayes, H. Silver
and H. R. Skutt.|
|1975||#694, Stimulation of in Vitro Transcription of T4 DNA by the
Polyamine Spermidine, by Donald L. Nuss and Edward J. Herbst.|
|1976||#696, Predicting Metabolic Rate from Telemetered Heart Rate in
White-Tailed Deer, by J. B. Holter, W. E. Urban, Jr., H. H. Hayes, and H.
|1974||#697, Production of Inhibitory Compounds in Corn Inbreds with
Monogenic and Multigenic Resistance to Helminthosporium turcicum, by A. G.
Calub, B. J. Long and G. M. Dunn.|
|1974||#698, Separation of Six Lipid Classes on One Thin-Layer Chromatogram,
by Jerome L. Hijnacki and Samuel C. Smith.|
|1973||#699, Relationship between Electrical Risistance and Capacitance of
Wood in Progessive Stages of Discoloration and Decay, by Terry A. Tattar,
Robert O. Blanchard, and George C. Saufley.|
|1975||#700, Seaweed Aquaculture, by Arthur C. Mathieson.|
|Box 3, Folder 5||Undated||#701, Forecasting the Occupational Outlook by Industry Sectors, by
John Dorrer and Douglas E. Morris.|
|1975||#702, Seasonal Studies of Florida Sublittoral Marine Algae, by Arthur
C. Mathieson and Clinton J. Dawes.|
|1974||#703, The Genera of Nyctaginaceae in the Southeastern United States,
by A. Linn Bogle.|
|1974||#704, Influence of Radiant Energy fron Fluorescent Light Sources on
Growth, Mortality, and Feed Conversion of Broilers,' by C. J. Warbeck and W.
|1974||#707, Predicting the Digestibility of Winter Deer Browse from its
Proximate Composition, by William W. Mautz, Helenette Silver and Haven H.
|1975||#708, Protein Requirement of WhiteTailed DEer Fawns, by S. H. Smith,
J. B. Holter, H. H. Hayes and H. Silver.|
|1974||#710, The Coefficient of Determination - Some Limitations, by James
|1976||#711, Diffusion Resistance and Xylem Potential in Stressed and
Unstressed Northern Hardwood Trees, by C. A. Federerand G. W.
|1976||#712, The Influence of Thymectomy on Rous Sarcoma Regression, by Paul
F. Cotter, Walter M. Collins, W. Robert Dunlop, and Allan C.
|1974||#713, Rooting Mugo Pine Cuttings, Y. T. Kiang, O. M. Rogers and R. B.
|1975||#714, Equine Serum Lipids: Serum Lipids and Glucose in Morgan and
Thoroughbred Horses and Shetland Ponies, by Shirley M. Robie, MS; Colette H.
Janson; Samuel C. Smith, Ph.D; James T O'Connor, Jr., VMD.|
|1975||#715, Equine Serum Lipids: Serum Lipoprotein Profiles of Morgan and
Thoroughbred Horses, by Shirley M. Robie, MS; Samuel C. Smith, PhD; James
O'Connor, Jr., VMD.|
|1975||#716, Equine Serum Lipids: Lipid Composition and Electrophoretic
Mobility of Equine Serum Lipoprotein Fractions, by Shirley M. Robie, MS;
Colette H. Janson, MS; Samuel C. Smith, PhD; James T. O'Connor, Jr.,
|1974||#717, Ribonucleic Acid Isolated vy Cesium Chloride Centrifugation, by
Vladimir Glisin, Radomir Crkvenjakov and Craig Byus.|
|1974||#719, Rapid Procecure for Estimating Cyclic Hydroxamate (Dimboa)
Concentration in Maize, by B. J. Long, G. M. Dunn and D. G.
|1973||#720, An Evalutation of Different Ways of Projecting Farm Size
Disributions, by C. T. K. Ching, J. P. Davulis and G. E. Frick.|
|1975||#721, Influence of Potassium on Growth, Stomatal Behavior, and CO2
Assimilation in Corn, by D. W. Koch and G. O. Estes.|
|1974||#722, Rapid Procedure for Isolation of Polyhaploids in Bromegrass, by
Geok Yong Tan and G. M. Dunn.|
|1975||#723, Effects of Various Factors on Reproductive Efficiency, by J.
Matsoukas and T. P. Fairchild.|
|1976||#724, Inhibition of Chlorella (Chlorophyceae) Growth by Fatty Acids,
Using the Paper Disc Method, by Carol J. McGrattan, James D. Sullivan, Jr.
and Miyoshi Ikawa.|
|1974||#725, Restraining Apparatus for Obtaining Blood Samples from
White-Tailed Deer, by William W. Mautz, Robert P. Davison, Carolyn E.
Boardman and Hellenette Silver.|
|1975||#726, Estimating Methane, Urine, and Heat Increment for Deer
Consuming Browse, by William W. Mautz, Hellenette Silver and Haven H.
|1975||#727, Comparative Development of Dwarf and Normal Segregants in
Watermelon, by J. Brent Loy and Peter B. W. Liu.|
|1974||#728, Effect of Regression of Rous Sarcoma Tumors Upon Egg Production
in an Inbred Line of White Leghorns, by A. C. Corbett, W. M. Collins and W.
|1974||#729, Urea Versus Soybean Meal as Supplements for Corn Silage Fed to
Heifers and Dry Cows, by J. B. Holter and J. D. Kabuga.|
|1975||#731, Physiological Ecology of Four Polysiphonia species (Rhodophyta,
Ceramiales), by R. A. Fralick and A. C. Mathieson.|
|1975||#732, No Associative Feeding Effects Between Corn and Haycrop Silages
for Dairy Heifers,' by W. Johns III and J. B. Holter.|
|1974||#733, Nutrition of the Snowshoe Hare (Lepus americanus), by J. B.
Holter, G. Tyler and T. Walski.|
|1976||#734, Genotype Variation in Nutrient Uptake Efficiency in Corn, by T.
F. Brietsch and G. O. Estes.|
|1975||#735, Successful Rooting of Eastern White Pine Cittings from a
17-Year-Old Provenance Planting, by Y. T. Kaing and P. W.
|1975||#736, Ecological Studies of Economic Red Algae. V. Growth and
Reproduction of Natural and Harvested Populations of Chrondrus Crispus
Stackhouse in New Hammpshire, by Arthur C. Mathieson and Richard L.
|Undated||#737, A Computer Assisted Process Control System for Kiln Drying
Hardwood Lumber, by Altan Meric, Ronald Lessard, Yau-Sen chiu, Victor D.
Azzi and John L. Hill.|
|1975||#738, Response of Hybrid Muskmelon to Polyethylene Row Covers and
Black Polyethylene Mulch, by J. B. Loy and O. S. Wells.|
|1974||#739, Effect of Exchange Cations and Solution Ionic Strength on
Formation anf Stability of Smectite-Protein Complexes, by R.D.
|1975||#740, Stomatal Length, Frequency, and Distribution in Bromus inermis
Leyss, by Geok-Yong Tan and G. M. Dunn.|
|1975||#741, No Associative Effects Between Corn and Haycrop Silages Fed to
Lactating Dairy Cows, by J. B. Holter, W. Johns III, and W. E. Urban,
|1975||#742, Photosynthesis Studies of Chrondus crispus, by A. C. Mathieson
and T. L. Norall.|
|1975||#743, Relationship of Hydroxamic Acid Content in Maize and Resistance
to Northern Corn Leaf Blight, by B. J. Long, G. M. Dunn and D. G.
|1976||#744, A Computer 3P Game, by Leland Goldsmith, Peter Russell and
James P. Barrett.|
|1976||#745, Fasting Heat Production in Lactating Versus Dry Dairy Cows, by
J. B. Holter.|
|1975||#746, Dye Movement Associated with Discolored Wood in Red Maple, by
Michel Dessureault and Terry A. T attar.|
|1974||#747, Light Intensity Required for Maximum Egg Production in Hens, by
W. C. Skoglund, D. H. Palmer, C. J. Wabeck and J. N. Verdaris.|
|1976||#748, When is n Sufficiently Large?, by James P. Barrett and Leland
|1975||#749, Influence of Seed Weight on Early Development of Eastern White
Pine, by M. E. Demeritt, Jr. and H. W. Hocker, Jr.|
|1975||#750, Carrageenan Ecology of Chrondrus Crispus Stackhouse, by Arthur
C. Mathieson and Eleanor Tveter.|
|Box 3, Folder 6||1976||#751, Sporeling Coalescence in Chondrus Crispus (Rhodophyceae), by
Eleanor Tveter and Arthur C. Mathieson.|
|1974||#752, Effect of Ploidy Level on Stomate Number and Guard Cell Length
in Tomato, by L. J. Dowley, D. G. Routley and L. C. Peirce.|
|1978||#753, Reproductive Isolation in the Mimulus guttatus M. nasutus
Complex, by Y. T. Kiang and J. L Hamrick.|
|1975||#754, Some Cone and Seed Relationships for Eastern White Pine for the
1971 and 1973 Seed Year from the University of New Hampshire Breeding
Arboretum, by William R. Sayward.|
|1975||#755, Contribution of a Change in mRNA Half-Life to the Accumulation
of the Tissue-Specific S-100 Protein during Postnatal Development of the
Mouse Brain, by James A. Stewart.|
|1974||#756, A Second Report of the Prothalllia of Lycopodium Inindatum in
North America, by David M. Lane and A. Linn Bogle.|
|1976||#758, A Polyhaploid Clone of Bromus inermis Leyss with Chromodone
Fragments, by Geok-Yong Tan and G. M. Dunn.|
|1975||#759, Ontogenetic Predesposition of Tomato Foliage to Race O of
Phtyophthora infestans, by L. J. Dowley, D. G. Routley and L. C.
|1976||#761, Action of Gibberellic Acid on Cell Proliferation in the
Subapical Shoot Meristem of Watermelon Seedlings, by Peter B. W. Liu and J.
|1975||#763, Physiological Studies of Subtidal Red Algae, by Arthur C.
Mathieson and Timothy L. Norall.|
|1975||#764, An Application of the Transhipment Model in Planning Regional
Solid Waste Disposal Systems, by C. T. K. Ching and P. E. Tonks.|
|1974||#765, Deer Nutritional and Physiological Research - So What?, by
William W. Mautz.|
|1975||#766, Pectinolytic Enzyme Activity and Changes in Water Potential
Components Associated With Internal Breakdown in 'McIntosh' Apples, by James
|1981||#767, Effect of Carbohydrate Content and Daylength on Resistance to
Late Blight in Tomatoes, by L. J. Dowley, D. G. Routley and L. C.
|1975||#769, Energy and Cost Codsiderations in the Distribution of Bulk
Dairy Feed in the Northeast, by J. P. Davulis, R. A. Andrews, and G. E.
|1975||#770, Red Egg-Shell Color: A Dominant Mutation in Japanese Quail, by
J. W. Hardman, W. M. Collins and W. E. Urban, Jr.|
|1975||#771, Genetic Differences in Susceptibility to Ulcerative Enteritis
in Japanese Quail, by W. M. Collins, J. W. Hardman, W. E. Urban, Jr. and A.
|1975||#772, Impact of Intergenotypic Competition in Selecting among Bush
Tomato Phenotypes, by L. C. Peirce, J. W. Lee and N. McHale.|
|1976||#774, Microcalorimeter Adaptation for Measurement of Heat of
Adsorption at Solid-Solution Interfaces, by Robert D. Harter and Brian M.
|1976||#776, Effect of Daminozide and NAA on Ca Uptake and Accumulation in
'McIntosh' Apple Seedlings, by David G. Himelrick, James E. Pollard and G.
|1976||#777, Decarboxylases for Polyamine Biosynthesis in Drosophila
melanogaster Larvae, by Craig V. Byus and Edward J. Herbst.|
|1976||#778, Carageenan Ecology of Gigartina Stellata (Stackhouse) Batters,
By Arthur C. Mathieson and Eleanor Tveter.|
|1975||#779, The Effect of Polyamines on the Synthesis of Ribonucleic Acid
by Drosophila melanogaster Larvae, by Craig V. Byus and Edward J.
|1975||#780, Impact of Alternative Trade Policies on Dairu Farn Net Cash
Income, 1975-1980, by George E. Frick, John P. Davulis and Boyd M.
|Undated||#781, In-Plant cost for a Small Rural Town Recycling Plant, by
Richard Tichenor and Edmund F. Jansen, Jr.|
|1976||#782, Isolation of Gonyaulax tamarensis Toxins from Soft Shell Clams
(Mya arenaria) and a Thin-Layer Chromatographic- Fluorometric Method for
Their Detection, by Lawerence J. Buckley, Miyoshi Ikawa and John J. Sanser,
|1976||#783, Control of Mummy Berry of Highbush Blueberry in New Hampshire,
by David B. Wallace, W. E. MacHardy and E. M. Meader.|
|1977||#784, The Effect of Sampling Date and Daminozide on the Nutrient
Composition of McIntosh' Apple Leaves.|
|1975||#785, Use Value Assessment and Taxation Rates in New Hampshire, by
Douglas Morris, George Frick, and Deborah Burwell.|
|1976||#786, Verticillium Wilt of Chrysanthemum: Quantitative Relationship
between Increased Stomatal Resistance and Local Vascular Dysfunction
Preceeding Wilt, by William E. MacHardy, Lloyd V. Busch and Robert
|1975||#787, Treatment of Wounds on Acer rubrum with Trichoderma viride, by
H. William Pottle and Alex L. Shigo.|
|1976||#788, The Primary Structure of Myohemerythrin, by Gerald L.
Klippenstein, Joseph L. Cote and Suzanne E. Ludlam.|
|1976||#789, Yolk Lipids of Developing Atherosclerosis-Susceptible White
Carneau and Atherosclerosis-Resistant Show Racer Pigeon Embryos, by Eva B.
Cramer and Samuel C. Smith.|
|1979||#790, Multiple Discount Rates for Evaluating Public Forestry
Investments, by Bennet B. Foster.|
|1976||#792, Cholesteryl Esters of Pigeon (Colomba Livia) Aortas as a
Function of Age, by Jerome L. Hojnacki, Kathleen D. Curwen and Samuel C.
|1975||#793, Effect of Heat Stress on the Potassium Requirement of the Hen,
by L. E. Deetz and R. C. Ringrose.|
|1976||#794, Computer Simulation of Phosphorus Movement Through Soils, by
Robert D. Harter and Bennett B. Foster.|
|1976||#795, Genetic Variation in Stomatal Length and Frequency and Other
Characteristics in Bromus inermis Leyss, by Geok-Yong Tan and G. M.
|1976||#797, Growth of White Pine in New Hampshire, by James P. Barrett,
Richard J. Alimi, and Kevin T. McCarthy.|
|1976||#798, Haycrop Silage Versus Hay in a Mixed Ration for Lactating Cows,
by J. B. Holter, W. E. Urban and H. A. Davis.|
|1976||#799, A Simplified Technique for Obtaining Purified Peripheral
Lymphocytes from Chickens, by L. P. Archambault, W. R. Dunlop, F. P.
Cucchiara, W. M. Collins and A. C. Corbett.|
|1977||#800, Stomatal Diffusion Resistance in Three Ploidy Levels of Smooth
Bromegrass, by H. Z. Lea, G. M. Dunn and D. W. Koch.|
|Box 3, Folder 7||1976||#801, In vitro Dry Matter Digestibility in Timothy (Phleum pratense
L.) Cultivars of Different Maturity, by D. W. Koch.|
|1976||#803, Resistances to a Pulsed Electrical Current Reveal Differences
Between Nonreleased, Released, and Released-Fertilized Paper Birch Trees, by
Desmond E. Smith, Alex L. Shigo, L. O. Safford and Robert
|1977||#805, Nutrition of Northern White-Tailed Deer Throughout the Year, by
J. B. Holter, W. E. Urban, Jr. and H. H. Hayes.|
|1976||#806, An Ecological Study of Fucus Spiralis L., by Richard A. Niemeck
and Arthur C. Mathieson.|
|1977||#807, Relationship of Hydroxamic Acid Content in Corn and Resistance
to the Corn Leaf Aphid, by J. Long, G. M. Dunn, J. S. Bowman and D. G,.
|1977||#808, Marine Algal Ecology in a New Hampshire Tidal Rapid, by A. C.
Mathieson, Eleanor Tveter, Maureen Daly and J. Howard.|
|1976||#809, Dover, New Hampshire Land Use as Portryed by Aerial Photography
and Landsat Data, by P. E. Bruns, G. G. Coppelman, W. B. Beck and K. J.
|1976||#811, Energy Utilization of Three Diets Fed to a Captive Red Fox, by
John A. Litvaitis and William W. Mautz.|
|1977||#812, The Effects of Sand Movement on Intertidal Seaweeds and
Selected Invertebrates at Bound Rock, New Hampshire, USA, by M. A. Daly and
A. C. Mathieson.|
|1976||#814, Ecological Studies of the Salt Marsh Ecad Scorpioides
(Hornemann) Hauck of Ascopphyllum Nodosum (L.) Le Jolis, by Jan S. Chock and
Arthur C. Mathieson.|
|1976||#815, Determination of Background Serum Density for Lipoprotein
Ultracentrifugation, by Gordon L. Jensen and Samuel C. Smith.|
|1977||#817, Growth in White-Tailed Deer Fawns Fed Varying Energy and
Constant Protein, by J. B. Holter and H. H. Hayes.|
|1981||#818, Reproductive Ecology of Four Subtidal Red Algae, by T. L.
Norall, A. C. Mathieson and J. A. Kilar.|
|1976||#821, Seasonal Growth and Reproduction of Estuarine Fucoid Algae in
New England, by Arthur C. Mathieson.|
|1977||#822, Utilization of Diet Components Fed Blended of Separately to
Lactating Cows, by J. B. Holter, W. E. Urban, Jr., H. H. Hayes and H. A.
|1977||#823, Variation in Balsam Fir Provenances Planted in New England, by
W. J. Lowe, H. W. Hocker, Jr. and M. L. McCormack, Jr.|
|1977||#825, New Species and a New Genus of Hydroptilidae (Trichoptera), by
R. L. Blickle and D. G. Denning.|
|1977||#827, Inhibition of Nuclease Activity in Bacillus Subtilis Following
Infection with Bacteriophage SP82G, by John J. King and D. MacDonald
|1977||#828, Immunological Quantitation of Glutamic Acid Decarboxylase in
Developing Mouse Brain, by R. A. Hadijan and J. A. Stewart.|
|1977||#830, Control of Antler Growth in Captive Deer, by William W.
|1977||#831, Quantitive Microanalysis of Aortic Glycosaminoglycans, by
Kathleen D. Curwen and Samuel C. Smith.|
|1977||#832, Heparitin Sulfates (Heparan Sulfates) of
Atherosclerosis-Susceptible and Atherosclerosis-Resistant Pigeon Aortas, by
Kathleen D. Curwen and Samuel C. Smith.|
|1977||#833, Biological Activity of Renatured Bacteriophage SP82G DNA, by D.
MacDonald Green and Geraldine Hall.|
|1977||#834, Mitotic Instabilities in Tetraploid, Hexaploid, and Octaploid
Bromus inermis, by Geok-Yong Tan and G. M. Dunn.|
|1979||#837, New Species of Helicopsyche (Trichoptera, Helicopsychidae), by
D. G. Denning and R. L. Blickle.|
|1977||#838, Stomatal Indexes in Three Ploidy Levels of Bromus inermis
Leyss, by H. Z. Lea, G. M. Dunn and D. W. Koch.|
|1977||#839, Survival and Growth of Vaccinated, Medicated and Untreated Coho
Salmon (oncorhynchus Kisutch) Exposed to vibrio anguillarum, by Evelyn S.
Sawyer and Richard G. Strout.|
|1977||#840, Aortic Glycosaminoglycans in Atherosclerosis- Suseptible and
-Resistant Pigeons, by Kathleen D. Curwen and Samuel C. Smith.|
|1977||#841, Distribution and Growth of Fasarium oxysporum f. sp.lycopersici
Race 1 or Race 2 within Tomato Plants Resistant or Susceptible to Wilt, by
W. S. Conway and W. E. MacHardy.|
|1976||#842, Relationships Between Small Water Bodies and Groundwater, by
Francis R. Hall.|
|1977||#843, Arginases of Mouse Brain and Liver, by J. A. Stewart and H.
|1977||#844, Nutritional Evaluation of Three Winter Browse Species of
Snowshoe Hares, by Theodore W. Walski and William W. Mautz.|
|1978||#846, Differentiation of Progressive Versus Regressive Rous
Virus-induced Avian Sarcomas According to Tumor and Infiltrating Lymphocyte
Fine Structure, by L. L. Perry, T. N. Wight, W. M. Collins and W. R.
|1978||#848, Effects of Slitted Polyethylene Mulches on Soil Temperature and
Yield of Sweet Corn, by S. S. Lee, G. O. Estes and O. S. Wells.|
|1977||#850, Impact of Single Seed Descent in Selecting for Fruit Size,
Earliness, and Total Yield in Tomato, by L. C. Peirce.|
|Box 4, Folder 1||Undated||#851, Competitive Position Implications of an Energy Conservation
Program for Feeding Livestock and Poultry in the Northeast, by John P.
Davulis, George E. Frick and Douglas E. Morris.|
|1977||#854, Ultrastructure of the Corpus Luteum of the cycling Mare, by
H.Levine, T. Wright, E. Squires|
|1977||#855, Three Cases of Canine Acanthocytosis associated with splanic
neoplasia, H. Gekberg and L.L. Stackhouse|
|1977||#856, Applications and Misapplications of the Langmuir Equation to
Soil Adsorption Phenomena, R.D. Harter, D.E. Baker|
|1977||#857, Biological Control of Wound Hymenomycetes by Trichoderma
Harzianum, by H.W. Pottle, A.L. Shigo, R.O Blanchard.|
|1978||#858, Pathogenic Vibrios in Confinement-Rered and Feral Fishes of the
Maine- New Hampshire Coast, R.G. Strout, E.S. Sawyer, B.A.
|1977||#859, Effects of Gibberellic Acid and Gold Light on Germination, by
K.B. Evensen and J.B. Loy|
|1977||#860, The B Locus (MHC) in the Chicken, W.M. Collins, W.E. Briles, R.
M. Zsigray, W.R. Dunlop, A.C. Corbett, K.K. Clark, J.L. Marks, and T.P.
|1977||#861, Variety-Specific Electrophoretic Variants of Four Soybean
Enzymes, M.B. Gorman, Y.T. Kiang|
|1981||#864, Local Differentiation of Anthoxanthum odoratum L. Populations
on Roadsides, Y.T. Kiang.|
|1978||#865, Drainage Density and Streamflow: A Closer Look, S.L.
|Undated||#868, Mitochondrial Atpase in Aortas of Atherosclerosis - Susceptible
and Atherosclerosis - Resistant Pigeons, D. P Hajjar, S.C. Smith|
|1977||#869, Protein Requiremtn of Yearling White-Tailed Deer, by J.B.
Holter, H.H. Hayes, S.H. Smith|
|1977||#870, Cerebral Nemotodiasis in Two NH Moose, L.L.
|1978||#871, Physiological Studies of Intertidal Fucoid Algae, by R.A.
Niemeck and A.C. Mathieson.|
|1978||#872, Salivary Gland Adenocarcinoma in a Mare, L.L.
|1977||#873, Lymphocytotoxicity of Chicken Bearing Rous Sarcomas, T.P.
McGrail, W.M. Collins, W.R. Dunlop.|
|1978||#874, RSV-Induced Tumors in Chickens, W.M. Collins, A.L. Shigo, and
|1978||#875, A Taxonomic Revision of Sagina in North America, G.E.
|1978||#877, Serum Lipoprotein Profiles of Young Atherosclerosis-
Susceptible White Carneau and Atherosclerosis-Resisitant Show Racer Pigeons,
P.F. Jensen, G.L. Jensen, S.C. Smith.|
|1978||#878, Electrical Resistance related to a phoem width in red maple, by
J.K. Carter, R.O. Blanchard.|
|1978||#881, Relationship of Hydroxamate Concentration in Maize and Field
Reaction to Helminthosporium turcicum, B.J. Long, G.M. Dunn, D.G.
|1978||#882, The Effects of Prenatal Protein Restriction on the Developing
Mouse Cerebrum, H. Nenrich, J.A. Stewart.|
|1978||#886, Epirodin, A Polyene Antobiotic from the Mold Epicoccum Nigrum,
M. Ikawa, C.J. McGratan, W.R. Burge, R.C. Iannitelli, and J.J.
|1978||#887, Detection of Gonyaulax Toxins and Other Guanidine Compounds on
Thin-Layer Silica Gel Chromatograms, N.H. Shoptaugh, L.J. Buckley, M. Ikawa,
J.J. Sasner, Jr.|
|1977||#888, Predicting Energy and Nitrogen Retention in Young White-Tailed
Deer, by J.B. Holter, W.E. Urban, H.H. Hayes.|
|1978||#892, An Apllication of the Bishop-Simpson Method: A Shift- Share
Variant, B.E. Lindsay, S.E. Martin.|
|1978||#893, Effects of soil-applied potassium on cation distribution around
wounds in red maple, R.O. Blanchard, D. Smith, A.L. Shigo, L.O.
|1978||#894, Weed Burner for Controlling Undesirable Trees and Shrubs, J.B.
Cavanagh and R.R. Weyrick.|
|1978||#895, Contribution of Receptacles from the Fucoid Ascophyllum nodosum
to the Detrital Pool of a North Temperate Estuary, M.N. Josselyn, A.C.
|1978||#896, Heterothallism in Nectria coccinea var. Faginata, H.Van T.
Cotter, R.O. Blanchard.|
|1978||#898, Ecological Studies of the Annual Red Algae Dumontia incrassata
(O.F. Muller) Lamouroux, J.A. Kilar, A.C. Mathieson.|
|1978||#900, Physiological Ecology of Ascophyllum nodosum (L.) Le Jolis and
its Detached Ecad scorpiodes (Hornemann) Hauck (Fucales, Phaeophyta), by
J.S. Chock and A.C. Mathieson.|
|Box 4, Folder 2||1979||#904, Promotion of Hypocotyl Elongation in Watermelon Seedlings by
6-Benzyladenine, by J. Brent Loy.|
|1978||#905, Blood Serum Analyses of Chemically and Physically Restrained
White-Tailed Deer, by W.W. mautz, U.S. Seal, C.B. Boardman.|
|Undated||#906, Browse Utilization by Deer in Relation to Cutting and
Prescribed Burning in Southeastern New Hampshire, by Barbara Philleo, John
B. Cavanagh and David P. Olson.|
|1978||#908, Inheritance of a Virescent Trait in Bromus inermis, by G. M.
Dunn and H. Z. Lea.|
|1979||#909, Adjusting Discount Rates for Risk, by Bennett B.
|1978||#910, The Efficiency of Food Utilization and Energy Requirements of
Captive Female Fishers, by Robert P. Davison, William W. Mautz, Haven H.
Hayes and James B. Holter.|
|1978||#912, Models for the Inheritance of Several Variant Soybean
Electrophoretic Zymograms, by M. V. Gorman and Y. T. Kiang.|
|1978||#913, Fusarium Foot and Root Rot of Tomato in New Hampshire, by F. W.
Nutter, Jr., C. G. Warren, O. S. Wells and W. E. MacHardy.|
|1979||#914, Chemical Regulation of Sex Expression in a Gynomonoecious Line
of Muskmelon, by J. Brent Loy, Thomas A. Natti, Cheryl D. Zack and Susan K.
|1979||#915, Genetic Nature of Regression of Rous sarcoma Virus-Induced
Tumors in Crosses of Regional Poultry Research Laboratory Lines 6 and 7, by
J. L. Marks, W. M. Collins, A. C. Corbett, R. M. Zsigray and W. R.
|1978||#916, Role of Wound Ethylene in Fruit Set of Hand-Pollinated
Muskmelons, by Tom A. Natti and J. Brent Loy.|
|1979||#917, Inadvertent Social Theory: Aggregation and Its Effect on
Community Research, by Peter H. Greenwood and A. E. Luloff.|
|1978||#918, Liver Ornithine Decarboxylase During Phenobarbital Promotion of
Nitrosamine Carcinogenesis, by D. C. Farwell, C. E. Nolan and E. J. Herbst. |
|1979||#921, Seasonal Changes in Electrical Risistance of Inner Bark in Red
Oak, Red Maple and Eastern White Pine, by Weston Davis, Alex Shigo and
Richard Weyrick. |
|1979||#926, Phytochrome Regulation of Seed Germination in a Dwarf Strain of
Watermelon, by J. Brent Loy and Kathleen B. Evensen.|
|1979||#927, A Simple, Quick Technique for Determining Apple Scab Infection
Periods, by W. E. Hardy.|
|1979||#928, A Simplified, Non-Computerized Program for Forecasting Potato
Late Blight, by W. E. MacHardy.|
|1981||#930, Nutrient Fluxes Within a Small North Temporate Salt Marsh, by
M. A. Daly and A. C. Mathieson.|
|1979||#931, The Typification and Taxonimic Status of Spartina Caespitosa A.
A. Eaton, by Mark J. McDonnell and Garrett E. Crow.|
|1979||#932, Oxidant Damage to Eastern White Pine in New Hampshire, by
Robert O. Blanchard, Jay Baas and H. Van Cotter.|
|1979||#933, Storing, Retrieving and Reporting Plant Disease Occurrence Data
Using a Computer Data Base Management System, by H. V. T. Cotter, W. E.
MacHardy and J. A. Warren.|
|1980||#935, Sampling Levels for Hardwood Kiln-Drying Control, by Jeffery D.
Fell and John L. Hill.|
|Box 4, Folder 3||1978||#937, Hill, New Hampshire Relocated: The Socio-Economic Impact of
Regional Flood Control on a Small Community, by Steven P. Adler and Edmund
F. Jansen, Jr.|
|1978||#938, Changes in Resource Economics and Community Development
Programs: The New Hampshire Experience, by Edmund F. Jansen, Jr.|
|1979||#939, Adsorption of Copper and Lead by Ap and B2 Horizons of Several
Northeastern United States Soils, by Robert D. Harter.|
|1980||#940, Effect of Fatty Acids on Action of Polyene Antibiotics, by
Robert C. Iannitelli and Miyoshi Ikawa.|
|1980||#941, Feed Restriction in Laying Hens, by J. Matsoukas, W. C.
Skoglund and D. Whittaker.|
|1979||#943, Use of Chlorella and Other Microorganisms for the Detection of
Mycotoxins, by Miyoshi Ikawa, Tionette Hartshorne, Linda Barbero, Robert
Iannitelli and Christina Terranova.|
|1979||#945, Eimeria tenella: Accumulation and Retention of Anticoccidal
Ionophores by Extracellular Sporozoites, by Charles K. Smith II and Richard
|1979||#949, The Systematic Significance of Seed Morphology in Sagina
(Caryophyllaceae) Under Scanning Electron Microscope, by Garrett E.
|1980||#950, Ecology and Developmental Morphology of Male Plants of
Chrondrus Crispus (Gigartinales, Rhodophyta) by Eleanor Tveter- Gallagher,
Arthur C. Mathieson and Donald P. Cheney.|
|1979||#952, Comparative Susceptibility of Atlantic (Salmo salar) and Coho
(Oncorhynchus kisutch) Salmon to Three Strains of Vibrio anguillarum from
the Maine-New Hampshire Coast, by Evelyn S. Sawyer, Richard G. Strout and
Bonita A. Coutermarsh.|
|1979||#953, The Extinction of Wild Rice (Oryza Perennis Fromosana) in
Taiwan, by Y. T. Kiang, J. Antonovics and L. Wu.|
|1979||#954, Seasonal Influx and Decomposition of Autochthonous Macrophyte
in a Northern Temperature Estuary, by Michael N. Josselyn and Arthur C.
|1980||#956, Callus and Adventitious Shoot Formation in Excised Embryos of
White Pine (Pinus Strobus), by Subhash C. Minocha.|
|1979||#957, The Reproductive Morphology og Dumontia Incrassata (O. F.
Muller) Lamouroux, by J. A. Kilar and A. C. Mathieson.|
|1977||#959, Seaweed Cultivation: A Review, by Arthur C.
|Undated||#960, A Small-Scale Enviromental Approach to Blackfly Control in the
USA, by P. A. La Scala and J. F. Burger.|
|1981||#961, Inheritance of a Rolled-Leaf Trait in Bromus Inermis, Ho Zoo
Lea and G. M. Dunn.|
|1980||#962, A New Oxyethira (Hydroptilidae, Trichoptera) of the Aeola Ross
Group; With a Key to Separate the Five Males of the Group, by R. L.
|1980||#964, An Electron Microscopic Study of Soporeling Coalescence in the
Red Alga Chondrus Crispus, by E. Tever- Gallagher and A. C.
|1979||#969, B Locus (MHC) Effect upon Regression of RSV-Induced Tumors in
Noninbred Chickens, by Walter M. Collins, W. Elwood Briles, Alan C, Corbett,
Kathy K. Clark, Robert M. Zsigray and William R. Dunlop.|
|1979||#971, An Electric Culture-Transfer Loop, by Robert O. Blanchard and
George C. Saufley.|
|1980||#972, Influence of Genotype and Protein-Calorie Restriction upon
RSV-Induced Tumors in Chickens, by K. K. Clark, W. M. Collins and R. C.
|1979||#974, Genetic Studies of Esterases on the Taiwan Wild Rice Population
and Cultivated Rice, by Yun-Tzu Kiang and Lin Wu.|
|1982||#975, The Composition, Seasonal Occurrence and Reproductive
Periodicity of the Phaeophyceae (Brown Algae) in New Hampshire, by Arthur C.
Mathieson and Edward J. Hehre.|
|Box 4, Folder 4||1980||#976, Energy Expenditure and Heart Rate for Activities of
White-Tailed Deer, by William W. Mautz and Jeffery Fair.|
|1980||#979, Electrical Resistance Measurements to Detect Dutch Elm Disease
Prior to Symptom Expression, by Robert O. Blanchard and Jonathan K.
|1979||#982, Elevation: A Major Influence on the Hydrology of Mew Hampshire
and Vermont, USA, by S. Lawerence Dingman.|
|1979||#984, Inhibition of Ornithine Decarboxylase of HeLa Cells by Diamines
and Polyamines: Effect on Cell Proliferation, by Andrew A. Branca and Edward
|1980||#986, Type Specimens of the Hodgdon Herbarium, University of New
Hampshire, by C. Thomas Philbrick and Garrett E. Crow.|
|1979||#989, Vertical Distribution and Longevity of Subtidal Seaweeds in
Northern New England, U.S.A., by A. C. Mathieson.|
|1979||#990, Effect pf Spore Load of Trichoderma Harzianum of Wood-Invading
Fungi and Volume of Discolored Wood Associated with Wounds in Acer Rubrum,
by Kevin T. Smith, Robert O. Blanchard and Walter C. Shortle.|
|1979||#992, Migration and Utility of the Continuous Work History Sample
(CHWS): A Comparative Note, by A. E. Luloff.|
|1981||#993, Langmuir Equation and Alternate Methods of Studying Adsorption
Reactions in Soils, by Robert D. Harter and Gordon Smith.|
|1980||#996, Rous Sarcoma Regression in Seven Highly Inbred line of White
Leghorns, W. M. Collins, E. W. Heinzelmann, A. C. Corbett, R. M. Zsigray and
W. R. Dunlop.|
|1980||#997, Ecology of Ruppia Maritima L. in New Hampshire Tidal Marshes,
|1980||#998, Genetics of allozyme variants in loblolly pine, W.T. Adams and
|1980||#999, Linkage Relationships Among Twelve Allozyme Loci in Loblolly
Pine, by W.T. Adams, R.J. Joly.|
|1980||#1000, Rare and Endangered Plants of New Hampshire: A Phytographic
Viewpoint, Garrett E. Crow and Irene Storks.|
|Box 4, Folder 5||1980||#1002, Proceeedings of the International Workshop on Plant Cell
Cultures, edited by F. Salsa, B. Parisi, R. Cella, and O.
|1980||#1003, Some Factors Affecting Canker Formation in American Beech
Inoculated with Nectria Coccinea var. Faginata, T.A. Gotwols, R.O Blanchard,
|1984||#1004, Inhibition of growth of the green alga Chlorella pyrenoidosa
by unsaturated fatty acids, M. Ikawa, T. Hartshorne, L. Caron, R. C.
Iannitelli, L.J. Barbero, K. Wegener.|
|1980||#1008, Focal Differences in Bioenrgetic Metabolism of
Atherosclerosis-Susceptible and Resistant Pigeon Aortas, by D.P. Hajjar,
|1980||#1010, Metabolite Alterations in the Genetically Spastic Mouse, J.A.
|1981||#1011, Inheritance of Cyclic Hydroxamates in Zea mays L. G.M. Dunn,
B.J. Long, D. G. Routley.|
|1980||#1013, Performance and Fecal Flore of Calves Fed a Nonviable
Lactobacillus bulgaricus Fermentation Product, C.G. Schwab, J.J. Moore, P.M.
Hoyt, J.L. Prentice.|
|Undated||#1014, The Good Community: A Rural Sociological Perspective, A.E.
|1987||#1015, Oxygen Tension within the Arterial Wall, D.P. Hajjar, I.C.
Farber, S.C. Smith|
|1981||#1016, Effect of Fruit Development on Vegetative Growth of Squash,
C.D. Zack, J.B. Loy.|
|1980||#1017, The Effect of Light Quality and Photoperiod on Vegetative
Growth of Cucurbita maxima, C.D. Zack and J.B. Loy|
|1980||#1018, Lipid accumulation and ultrastructural change within the
Aortic Wall during early spontaneous Atherogenesis, D.P. Hajjar, T.N.
Wright, S.C. Smith.|
|1980||#1020, Interrupted Lighting Porgrams for Brown Egg Breeds, W.C.
Skoglund, D. Whittaker.|
|1980||#1021, Lilacs in Test Tubes: Potential for Cloning, S.C.
|1980||#1022, The Habits and Life History of Oedoparena glauca (Diptera:
Dryomizidae), A Predator of Barnacles, J.F. Burger, J.R. Anderson, M.F.
|1980||#1023, Redescription and Lectotype Designation of Tabanus sulcifrons
Macquart and comparison to related Taxa, J.F. Burger.|
|Undated||#1025, Eimeria tenella: Effect of Narasin, a Polyether Antibiotic on
the Ultrastructure of Intracellular Sporozoites, C.K. Smith, R.G.
|1980||#1026, The Influence of the Fatty Acid Composition of Acholeplasma
Laidlawii Membranes on the Growth of Inhibitory Activity of Narasin, a
Polyether Ionophorous Antibiotic, by C. K. Smith II and R. G.
|1980||#1027, Selenium Inhibition of N-Nethyl-N-nitosourea-Induced Mammary
Carcinogenesis in the Rat, by Henry J. Thompson and Peter J.
|1980||#1030, Occurrence of Two Anthophilous Diptera on Geum Radiatum
(Rosaceae) in North Carolina, by F. E. Brackley and J. F.
|1980||#1032, A Generic Atlas of Hamamelidaceous Pollens, by A. Linn Bogle
and C. Thomas Philbrick.|
|1980||#1033, Ovarian Development in Adult Chrysops (Diptera: Tabandae) in
Northern New England, with Emphasis on Chrysops ater and C. Mits, by D. J.
Lake and J. F. Burger.|
|1982||#1034, Effect of Retinyl Acetate on the Occurrence of Ovarian
Hormone-responsive and -nonresponsive Mammary Cancers in the Rat, by Henry
J. Thompson, L. David Meeker, Anthony R. Tagliaferro and Peter J.
|1980||#1035, Potential Hazard Rating System for Fir Stands Infested with
Budworm Using Cambial Electrical Resistance, by Weston Davis, Walter Shortle
and Alex Shigo.|
|1981||#1039, Postulated Mechanism of Biological Control of Decay Fungi in
Red Maple Wounds Treated with Trichoderma harzianum, by K. T. Smith, R. O.
Blanchard, and W. C. Shortle.|
|1981||#1040, Increased Growth of RSV-Induced Tumors in Chickens Partilly
Tolerant of MHC Alloantigens, by Eric W. Heinzelmann, R. M. Zsigray and W.
|1981||#1041, Repondents, Nonrespondents, and Population Surveys: A Note, by
A. E. Luloff and T. W. Ilvento.|
|1983||#1043, Variations of New England Estuarine Seaweed Biomass, by J. S.
Chock and A. C. Mathieson.|
|1980||#1044, Supplementation of Low Protein Calf Starter Rations with
N-Hydroxymethyl-DL-Methionine-Ca and Di-Hydroxymethyl-L- Lysine-Ca, by
Charles G. Schwab.|
|1981||#1045, Use of Fluorometry for the Determination of Gonyaulax
tamarensis var. excavata Toxins in New England Shellfish, by Nancy H.
Shoptaugh, Phillip W. Carter, Thomas L. Foxall, John J. Sasner, Jr. and
|1981||#1046, Identification of the Two Nectria Taxa Causing Bole Cankers on
American Beech, by H. Van T. Cotter and Robert O. Blanchard.|
|1982||#1048, When in n Sufficiently Large for Regression Estimation, by
Jeffrey H. Gove.|
|Box 4, Folder 6||1981||#1051, Cross-Reactivity Between RSV-Induce Tumors Antigen and B5 MHC
Alloantigen in the Chicken, by Eric W. Heinzelmann, R. M. Zsigray and W. M.
|1981||#1053, New Records of Mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) from New
Hampshire, by John F. Burger.|
|1981||#1054, Evaluation of N-Hydroxymethyl-DL-Methiionine-Ca and
Di-Hydroxymethyl-L-Lysine-Ca in a Blended Corn Based Ration for Lactating
Cows, by T. M. Kenna and C. G. Schwab.|
|1981||#1055, Effect of Combined Selenium and Retinyl Acetate Treatment on
Mammary Carcinogenesis, by Henry J. Thompson, L. David Meeker and Peter J.
|1981||#1057, Interaction of Ethylene and a Cytokinin in Promoting Hypocotyl
Elongation in a Dwarf Strain of Watermelon, by J. Brent Loy and James E.
|1981||#1058, Influence of Light Quality during Seed Development and Drying
on Germination in Watermelon, by Susan K. Fritts and J. Brent
|1982||#1059, The Fungal Flora of Bark of Fagus Grandifolia, by H. Van T.
Cotter and Robert O. Blanchard.|
|1981||#1061, A Review of the Horse Flies (Diptera: Tabanidae) of Sri Lanka
(Ceylon), by John F. Burger.|
|1981||#1062, Major Hisocompatibility Complex (B): Effect on the Response of
Chickens to a Second Challenge with Rous Sarcoma Virus, by P. M. Guyre, R.
M. Zsigray, W. M. Collins and W. R. Dunlop.|
|1981||#1065, The Larval Habitats and Rearing of Some Common Chrysops
Species (Diptera: Tabanidae) in New Hampshire, by J. F. Burger, D. J. Lake
and M. L. McKay.|
|1981||#1066, The Tabanus Striatus Complex (Diptera: Tabanidae): A Revision
of Some Oriental Horse Fly Vectors of Surra, by John F. Burger and F.
|1981||#1067, Pollen Contamination of Bromegrass (Bromus Inermis Leyss.) in
the Greenhouse, by G. M. Dunn and H. Z. Lea.|
|1981||#1069, Host Age and Major Histocompatibility Genotype Influence on
Rous Sarcoma Regression in Chickens, by E. W. Heinzelmann, K. K. Clark, W.
M. Collins and W. E. Briles.|
|1981||#1070, Caloric Values of Eight New Hampshire Forest Tree Species, by
Keith Musselman and H. W. Hocker, Jr.|
|1981||#1073, Monitoring and Control of a Research Lumber Kiln with a
Personal Computer, by Ronald G. Fluet, John L. Pokoski and John L.
|1981||#1074, Rare and Endangered Vascular Plant Species in New England, by
Garrett E. Crow, William E. Countryman, George l. Church, Leslie M. Eastman,
C. Barre Hellquist, Leslie L. Mehrhoff, and Irene M. Storks.|
|1981||#1076, Complementation of Major Histocompatibilty Haplotypes in
Regression of Rous Sarcoma Virus-Infected Tumors in Noninbred Chickens, by
D.W. Brown, W.M. Collinc, and P.H. Ward.|
|1981||#1077, Elevation: a major influence on the hydrology of New Hampshire
and Vermont, S.L. Dingman.|
|1982||#1078, Methods for Estimating Backround Variation in Field
Experiments, J.A. Warren and I. Mendez.|
|1981||#1081, The Pollen Morphology of the native New England Species of the
Genus Acer, C.T. Philbrick, and A.L. Bogle.|
|1982||#1082, A Review of Some Aspects of Form and Function in Seaweeds,
T.A. Norton, A.C. Mathieson, M. Neushul.|
|1982||#1083, Tenure and Satisfaction as Indicators of Attachment: A Note,
A.E. Luloff, L.E. swanson, Jr., R.H. Warland.|
|1981||#1084, Inheritance and variation of amylase in cultivated and wild
soybeans and their wild relatives, Y.T. Kiang.|
|1981||#1085, Influence of Serum and its Lipoportein Fractions on
Progesterone Synthesis by Bovine Luteal Tissue in vitro, by W. A. Condon,
|1982||#1086, Rainfall-Runoff Relationship, F.R. Hall.|
|Undated||#1092, Interpreting the Turnaround for Policymakers, L.E. Swanson and
|1981||#1093, Crude Protein for High Milk Production, J.B. Holter, J.A.
Bryne, and C.B. Schwab.|
|1981||#1096, The Application of Genetic Improvement Techniques to Seaweed
Cultivation: I: Strain Selection in the Carrageenophyte chrondrus crispus,
by D. Cheney, A. Mathieson, D. Schubert.|
|1981||#1097, The Taxonomic Implications of Genetic and Environmentally
Induced Variations in Seaweed Morphology, A.C. Mathieson, T.A. Norton, M.
|1981||#1098, Uptake and Incorporation of 35S into Carrageenan among
different strains of Chondrus crispus, E. tveter-Gallagher, D. Cheaney, A.C.
|1982||#1099, Insects associated with Minuartia groenlandica on Mount
Washington, New Hampshire and their possible role as pollinators, C.M.
levesque, J.F. Burger.|
|1982||#1100, Effects of thinning on biomass growth in young Poulus
tremuloides plots, H.W. Hocker, Jr.|
|Box 4, Folder 7||1981||#1101, Application of Raunkiaer's life from system to plant species
survival after life, R.R. Chapman and G.E. Crow.|
|1982||#1103, Anti-Urbanism and Nonmetropolitan Growth: A Reevalution, T.W.
Ivento and A.E. Luloff.|
|1981||#1105, Response to Abomassal Infusion of Methionine of Weaned Dairy
Calves Fed a Complete Pelleted Starter Ration Based on By-Product Feeds,
C.G. Schwab, S.J. Muise, W.E. Hylton, J.J. Moose, III.|
|1982||#1106, Genetic Control of Transfection Enhancement, D.M. Green. S.E.
Lang, and S.A. Coughlin.|
|1982||#1107, A Buffered Intorductory Statistics Course, J.A. Warren, R.D.
Michener, A. Bugbee.|
|Undated||#1108, Morphology and the Enviroment by T. A. Norton, A. C. Mathieson
and M. Neushul.|
|1982||#1109, Coliform Counts in Various Bedding Materials, by T. P.
Fairchild, B. J. McArthur, J. H. Moore and W. E. Hylton.|
|1983||#1110, Intertidal Macroalgae and Macroinvertebrates: Seasonal and
Spatial Abundance Patterns Along an Estuarine Gradient, by Morgan N.
Hardwick-Witman and Arthur C. Mathieson.|
|1982||#1112, Influence of Foliarly Applied Growth Regulators on Sex
Expression in Watermelon, by David A. Christoper and J. Brent
|1981||#1113, Indirect Effects of a-Hydroxypyridinemethanesulfonate and
Cyanide ofn Photosynthesis and Glycolate Excretion in Chlorella, by Leland
|1982||#1114, Uptake of Benzyladenine by Tuber Slices of Jerusalem Artichoke
(Helianthus tuberosus L.) over a Wide Concentration Range, by Subhash C.
Minocha and Per Nissen.|
|1982||#1115, Use of a Strong Cation Exchange Resin Column for the Study of
Paralytic Shellfish Poisons, by Miyoshi Ikawa, Karin Wegener, Thomas L.
Foxall, John J. Sasner, Jr., Tamao Noguchi and Kanehisa
|1981||#1118, Purification of the Two Complementary Subunits of
Ribonucleotide Reductase from Calf Thymis, by Robert J. Mattaliano, Anne M.
Sloan, Elizabeth R. Plumer and Gerald L. Klippenstein.|
|1981||#1119, Role of Polyamines in Hela Cell Proliferation, by E. J. Hervst
and Q. D. Elliot.|
|1981||#1120, Computer Mapping of Forest Inventory Data, by Jefferey H. Gove
and James P. Barrett.|
|1982||#1121, A Semi-Empirical Moisture Transport Model for On-Line Optimal
Lumber Drying Control, by R. A. Lessard, D. E. Limbert, J. L. Pokoski and J.
|1983||#1122, Variations in Dietary-induced Thermogenesis and Body Fatness
with Aerobic Capacity, by J. R. Davis, A. R. Tagliaferro, R. Kertzer, T.
Gerardo, J. Nichols and J. Wheeler.|
|1982||#1125, Effects of Early Cold Adaptation on Food Efficiency and
Dietary-Induced Thermogenesis in the Adult Rat, by James R. Davis, Anthony
R. Tagliaferro, James S. Roberts and James O. Hill.|
|1982||#1126, Spillage Behavior and Thiamin Deficiency in the Rat, by
Anthony R. Tagliaferro and David A. Levitsky.|
|1982||#1127, Structure of the Eggshell, by A. H. Parsons.|
|1982||#1128, A Stress Model for Lumber Drying Control, by R. A. Lessard, D.
E. Limbert, J. L. Pokoski and J. L. Hill.|
|1982||#1129, Comparison of the Toxins of the Blue-Green Alga Aphanizomenon
Flos-Aquae with the Gonyaulax Toxins, by Miyoshi Ikawa, Karin Wegener,
Thomas L. Foxall and John J. Sasner, Jr.|
|1983||#1130, Effect of Soil pH on Adsorption of Lead, Copper, Zinc and
Nickel, by Robert D. Harter.|
|1983||#1133, Carabid Beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) Associated with the
Spruce Busworm, Chorsitoneura Fumiferana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), by R.
Marcel Reeved, Gary A. Dunn and Daniel T. Jennings.|
|1982||#1134, Effects of Ice on Ascophyllum Nodosum within the Great Bay
Estuary System of New Hampshire-Maine, by Arthur C. Mathieson, Clayton A.
Penniman, Paula K. Busse and Eleanor Tveter- Gallagher.|
|1982||#1136, A Comparison of Slitted Polyethylene and Spunbonded Polyester
for Plant Row Covers, by J. Brent Loy and Otho S. Wells.|
|1982||#1140, Inheritance of a Green Stem Mutant in Asparagus, by L. C.
|1984||#1141, A New Species and Records of Tanarthrus (Coleoptera:
Anthicidae), by Donald S. Chandler.|
|1982||#1143, Response of Balsam Fir and Hemlock Roots to Injury, by Joanna
T. Tippett, A. L. Bogle and A. L. Shigo.|
|1983||#1145, Photo Estimates of Upper Stem Dialmeters, by P. Crosby, J. P.
Barrett and R. Bocko.|
|1982||#1146, Child Abuse and Neglect 1976-1980: A Comprehensive
Bibliography, by Michael Kalinowski and Robin Miller.|
|1983||#1148, The Composition and Seasonal Periodicity of the
Marine-Estuarine Chlorophyceae in New Hampshire, by Arthur C. Mathieson and
Edward J. Hehre.|
|Box 5, Folder 1||1983||#1151, Description of the Immature Stages of Leucopis SP. NR.
Albipuncta (Diptera: Chamaemyiidae) and their Role as Predators of the Apple
Aphid, Aphis Pomi (Homoptera: Aphididae), by Kevin T. Tracewski.|
|1982||#1152, Autumn Pride' Winter Squash, by J. Brent Loy.|
|1982||#1156, Interpreting Water Levels from a Monitoring Well Network to
Define Ground-Water Flow Near a Sanitary Landfill, by Francis R. Hall,
Robert S. Farrell and Lawrence K. Cushman.|
|1983||#1157, Pselaphidae of Butte County, California (Coleoptera), by
Donald S. Chandler.|
|1983||#1162, Contributions to the Reproductive Biology of Panac Trifolium
L. (Araliaceae), by C. Thomas Philbrick.|
|1983||#1163, Aspects of Storing and Sampling Ensiled Forages, by J. B.
|Undated||#1164, Genetics of Vestigial Wing in Honey Bees (Apis mellifera L.)
and Maintenance of the Recessive Alleles by Natural Selection in the
Haplo-Diploid System, Y.T. Kiang.|
|1983||#1165, Relationships of parental combining ability and testcross
segregation to breeding productivity in Tomato, L.C. Pierce.|
|1983||#1166, Influence of Non-MHC T Lymphocyte Alloantigens on Regression
of Rous Sarcomas in the Chicken, D.G. Gilmour, W.M. Collins, T.L.
Frederickson, B. Auclair, K.K. Clark, W.E. Urban, Jr.|
|1983||#1167, A Revision of Barrojuba, D.S. Chandler.|
|1982||#1168, Emerald Asparagus, L.C. Pierce.|
|1982||#1169, A Revision of North Americn Notoxus with a Claudistic Analysis
of the New World Species, D.S. Chandler.|
|1984||#1171, Rural Industrialization: A Logit Analysis, A.E. Luloff and
|1983||#1173, Induction of Phenylalanine ammonia-lyase (PAL) in Germinating
Lettuce Seeds (Lactuca sativa) by R.J. Daines, S.C. Minocha, G. Jose
|1983||#1174, Gypsy Moth, Lymantria dispar (L.) (Lepidoptera:Lymantriidae),
Egg Eclosion: Degree-Day Accumulation, P.C. Johnson, D.P. Mason, S.L. Radke,
|Box 5, Folder 2||1983||#1178, Predictive Equations for Deeryards in Northern New Hampshire,
S.T. Weber, W.M. Mautz, J.W. Lanier,, J.E. Wiley, III.|
|1983||#1179, Mechanism relating cambial electrical resistance to periodic
growth rate of balsam fir, R.O. Blanchard, W.C. Shorlte, and W.
|1983||#1181, Use of Kinetics for the Study of Exchange Reactions in Soils,
R.D. Harter, R.G. Lehmann.|
|1984||#1182, Genetics of the respoonse of Rous sarcoma virus- induced
tomours in chickens, W.M. Collins and R.M. Zsigray.|
|1983||#1183, The Consumer Information Overload Controversy and Public
Policy, Joel Rudd.|
|1982||#1188, Characteristics and Development of Necrophylactic Periderms in
Mature Bark of American Beech, by W.D. Ostrofsky and R.O.
|1982||#1191, Identity of the North Ameircan Crab Spiders Xysticus Duras and
X. Keyserlingi (Araneae: Thomisidae), R.M. Reeves, J.J. Hadam, J.H. Redner,
|1982||#1192, Regulation of Phenylalanine Ammonia-lyase in Germinating
Lettuce Seeds (Lactuca sativa L. cv. Grand Rapids: Effects of Abscisic Acid
and Water Stress), R.J. Daines, S.C. Minocha.|
|1985||#1193, A New Fawn Feeding Schedule, P.J. Pekins, W.W.
|1983||#1194, Biochemical Basis of Resistance in Corn to the Corn Leaf Aphid
by D.L. Beck, G.M. Dunn, D.G. Routley, J.S. Bowman.|
|1983||#1195, Collection and Preservation of Forensically Important
Entomological Materials, W.D. Lord, J.F. Burger.|
|1983||#1197, Reproductive Ecology of Five Herbs Common in Central Illinois,
by Thomas D. Lee.|
|1983||#1198, Soybean, by Y. T. Lang and M. B. Gorman.|
|1984||#1199, Relative Densities of Predaceous Diptera (Cecidomyiidae,
Chamaemyiidae, Syrphidae) and Their Aphid Prey in New Hampshire, U.S.A.,
Apple Orchards, by Kevin T. Tracewski, Paul C. Johnson and Alan T.
|1984||#1201, Interaction Between Cytospora leucostoma and Host-phenolic
Compounds in Dormant Peach Trees, by M. Wisniewski, A. L. Bogle, W. C.
Shortle and C. L. Wilson.|
|1984||#1204, Dietary Obesity and Exercise in Young Rats, by James O. Hill,
James R. Davis, Anthony E. Tagliaferro and James Stewart.|
|1983||#1205, The Growth, Reproductive Phenology, and Longevity of
Non-Tide-Pool Fucus Distichus (L.) Powell in New England, by Eric J. Sideman
and Arthur C. Mathieson.|
|1983||#1206, Two-Dimensional Zymogram Analysis on Nucleases in Bacillus
subtilis, by Susan A. Coughlin and D. MacDonald Green.|
|1984||#1207, Specificity of B Genotype Response to Tumors Induced by Each
of Three Subgroups of RSV, by David W. Brown, Walter M. Collins and W.
|1984||#1208, Age, Sex, and Weight of Bobcats in Relation to Winter Diet, by
John A. Litvaitis.|
|1985||#1209, Notes on Tabanidae (Diptera) of the Oriental Region I. A
Review of the Chrysops Flavocinctus Group and Description of a New Species
from Sara Wak, by John F. Burger.|
|1983||#1210, Effects of Diet and Exercise Training on Thermogenesis in
Adult Female Rats, by James O. Hill, James R. Davis and Anthony R.
|1983||#1211, A 7-Day Recording Volumetric Sprore Trap, by David M. Gadoury
and William E. MacHardy.|
|1984||#1212, Sporulation of Eimeria tenella (Coccidia) Oocysts Revealed by
Scanning Electron Microscopy, by M. S. Long and R. G. Strout.|
|1985||#1214, Cold Temperature Effects on Metabolic Rate of White-tailed,
Mule, and Black-tailed Deer in Winter Coat, by W. W. Mautz, P. J. Pekins,
and J. A. Warren.|
|1983||#1216, Ecological and Genocological Distinctions of High Intertidal
Dwarf Form of Fucus Distichus (L.) Powell in New Eny Jenoe T. Albert and
Robert D. Harter.|
|1983||#1217, Response of Adult Apple Maggot (Diptera: Tephritidae) to
Pherocon A.M. Traps and Red Spheres in a Non-Orchard Habitat, by Paul C.
|1987||#1218, Acorn Usage by Deer: Significance of Oak Management, by Peter
J. Pekins and William W. Mautz.|
|1983||#1220, Copper Adsorption by Soils Exposed to Desiccation Stress, by
R. G. Lehmann and R. D. Harter.|
|1985||#1221, Changes in Solum Chemistry Following Clearcutting of Northern
Hardwood Stands, by K. E. Snyder and R. D. Harter.|
|1983||#1222, Larval distribution and succession of outlet- breeeding
blackflies (Diptera: Simuliidae) in New Hampshire, d.J. Lake and John F.
|1984||#1223, Curve-fir Errors in Langmuir Adsoption Maxima, R.D.
|1984||#1224, Patterns of Fruit Maturation: A Gametophyte Competition
Hypothesis, Thomas D. Lee|
|1983||#1225, Benthic Ecology in an Estuarine Tidal Rapid, A.C. Mathieson,
C.D. Neefus, and C. E. Penniman.|
|1983||#1227, Larvae of Wrack Coleoptera in the Families Corylophidae,
Rhizophagidae, and Latridiidae, D.S. Chandler.|
|1984||#1229, Effects of Seed Numbers per Friut on Seed Dispersal in Cassia
Fasciculata (Caesalpiniaceae), Thomas D. Lee|
|1984||#1230, Notes on Tabanidae (Diptera) on the Oriental Region II.
Distribution Records of some Tabindae from Southeastern Pakistan and a List
of Species from Pakistan abd Adjacent Areas, J.F. Burger.|
|1983||#1231, Reduced Concentrate for Holstein First-Calf Heifers, J.B.
Holter, C.K. Bozak, W.E. Hylton, D. Coates.|
|1985||#1233, Morphological Variation within and between Natural Populationa
of Non-Tide Pool Fucus Distichus (Phaeophyta) in New England, Eric J.
Sideman and A.C. Mathieson|
|1985||#1234, Effect of Energy Intake on the Promotion of Mammary
Carcinogenesis by Dietary Fat, H.J. Thompson, L.D. Meeker, A.R. Tagliaferro,
and J.S. Roberts.|
|1984||#1235, Efficacy of a Latex Teat Sealer, by B.J. McArthur, T.P.
Fairchild and J.J. Moore.|
|1984||#1236, Bark phenolics of American beech (Fagus grandifolia) in
relation to the beech berk disease, by W.D. Ostrofsky, W.C. Shortle, and
|1984||#1237, Assessment of Copper-Soil Bond Strength by Desorption
Kinetics, R.G. Lehmann and R.D. Harter.|
|1983||#1239, A Revision of the Central American Bunoderus (Coleoptera:
Pselaphidae), Donald S. Chandler.|
|1983||#1240, Distribution of Podostemum Ceratophyllum Michx.
(podostemacaea), C. Thomas Philbrick and Garrett E. Crow.|
|1984||#1241, Carbonic anhydrase, carbondioxide levels and growth of
Notrosomas, L.S. Jahnke, C. Lyman, A.B. Hooper.|
|1984||#1242, Phycocolloid ecoloy of underutilized economic red algae, A.C.
Mathieson, C.Emerich Penniman, and E. Tveter- Gallagher.|
|1984||#1243, A Possible Response Bias in Locus of Control Research, L.J.
|1983||#1244, Individual and Group Consumer Information Acquistion in Brand
Choice Situations, J. Rudd and F.J. Kohout.|
|1983||#1245, The Oxygen Binding Properties of Myohemerythrin and
Hemerythrin: Effect of p-Mercuribenzoate and Perchlorate Ion, Robin A.
Chadwick and Gerald L. Klippenstein.|
|1984||#1246, Aspects of Floral Biology, Breeding System, and Seed and
Seedling Biology in Podostemum ceratophyllum (Podostemaceae), C. T.
|1984||#1247, Simultaneous genetic mapping of morphological and biochemical
traits in soybean, T.E. Devine, Y.T. Kiang, and M.B. Gorman.|
|1984||#1248, Effect of Bacillus Thuringiensis var. Israelensis on a
genetically defined population of Black Flies (Diptera: Sumuliidae) and
associated insects in a montane New Hampshire stream, L.A. Pistrang and J.F.
|1984||#1249, The Retention and Redistribution of Captan on Apple Foliage,
F.D. Smith and W.E. MacHardy.|
|1984||#1250, Effect of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid on polysomal profiles
and polyadenylated RNA in excised tuber tissue of Jerusalem artichoke, S.C.
Minocha, R. Minocha and G. Kahl.|
|Box 5, Folder 4||1984||#1251, Location of carrageenan and incorporation of 35SO24 into
sulfer amino acids in the red algo Chrondrus crispus, E.Tveter-Gallagher,
J.N. Cogburn, A.C> Mathieson, and J.A. Schiff.|
|1984||#1252, A Consideration of Verbal and Interactive Protocol
Methodologies in Consumer Information Processing Research, J.
|Undated||#1253, Misleading Consumers with the Graphical Nutrient Density Food
Label, J. Rudd.|
|1984||#1254, New Records and a New Species of Anticidae from Africa, D.S.
Chandler and Gerhard Uhmann.|
|1984||#1256, Lectotype designation for Tabanus vicarius Walker and comments
on Tabanus simulans Walker (Diptera: Tabanidae), J.F. Burger.|
|1984||#1258, Variation in bark characterisitcs of Ameircan beech (Fagus
grandifolia) W.D. Ostrofsky and R.O. Blanchard|
|1983||#1259, Families in the underground economy: a preliminary social
psychological analysis J. Rudd.|
|1984||#1260, Varying Protein Content and Nitrogen Solubility for
Pluriparous Lactating Holstein Cows: Lactation Performance and
Profitability, J.B. Holter, W.E. Hylton, and C.K. Bozak. |
|1984||#1261, Verticillium albo-artum on Ceanothus in a California Forest,
|1985||#1262, Effects of Exercise-Training on the Thermic Effect o Food and
Body Fatness of Adult Women, A.R. Tagliaferro, R. Kertzer, J.R. Davis, C.
Jansen and S. K. Tse.|
|1986||#1263, A Revision of the Genus Cyathiger (Coleoptera: Pselaphidae),
|1983||#1264, Discoid Heads: An Inheritable Trait in Chrysanthemum
Leucanthemum L. A. Linn Bogle.|
|1983||#1266, Regulation of L-phenylalanine Ammonia-lyase in Germinating
Lettuce Seeds: Effect of Substrate Analogues and Phenylpronoid Compounds,
G.J. Kudakasseril and S.C. Minocha.|
|1985||#1272, Seasonal Variation in Cambial Electrical Resistance and its
relation to growth in two cultivars of peach, M. Wisniewski, A. Linn Bogle,
and C.L. Wilson.|
|1985||#1275, Genetic and Linkage Analysis of a Leucine Aminopeptidase in
Wild and Cultivated Soybean, Y.T. Kiang, M.B. Gorman and Y.C.
|1984||#1276, A Non-MHC Genetic Influence on Response to Rous Sarcoma
Virus-Induced Tumors in Chickens, D.W.Brown, W.M. Collins, R.M. Zsigray, and
|1984||#1281, Histopathology of canker development on peach trees after
inoculation with Cytospora leucostoma M. Wisniewski, A.L. Bogle, and C.L.
|1984||#1282, Cambial electrical resistnace related to the numebr of
vascular cambial cells in balsam fir, K.T. Smith, R.O. Blanchard and W.C.
|1984||#1283, Estimation of gene flow into two seed orchards of loblolly
pine, by S.T. Friedman and W.T. Adams.|
|1985||#1286, Metastis of Rous Sarcoma Tumors in Chickens is Influenced by
the Major Hostocompatibility (B) Complex and Sex, W.M. Collins, W.R. Dunlop,
R.M. Zsigray, R.W. Briles, and R.W. Fite.|
|1985||#1287, Inheritance of NADP-active isocitrate dehydrogenase isozymes
in soybeans, Y.T. kiang and M.B. Gorman.|
|1985||#1289, The Euplectini of Arizona by D.S. Chandler.|
|1984||#1290, Methionine Deficiency in Early-Weaned Dairy Calves Fed
Pelleted Rations Based on Corn and Alfalfa or Corn and Soybean Proteins P.B.
Donahue, C.G. Schwab, J.D. Quigley III, and W.E. Hylton.|
|1984||#1292, Development of Rumen Function in Calves: Nature of Protein
Reaching Abomasum, J.D. Quigley III, C.G. Schwab, and W.E.
|1985||#1293, The vegetation and Flora of the Seabrook Dunes with Special
Reference to Rare Plants, D.A. Dunlop and G.E. Crow.|
|1984||#1296, Trichothecene Structure and Toxicity to the Green Alga
Chlorella Pyrenoidosa, M. Ikawa, C. Carr, and T. Tatsuno|
|1985||#1297, Rare Plants of Coastal NH, D.A. Dunlop and G.E.
|1985||#1298, A Combination Flourescene Assay and Folin-Ciocalteau Phenol
Reagent Assay for the Detection of Paraltic Shellfish Poisons, S. Mosley, M.
Ikawa, J. J. Sasner, Jr.|
|1985||#1299, Forecasting the Seasonal maturation of Ascospores of Venturia
inaequalis, W.E. MacHardy and D.M. Garoury|
|Box 5, Folder 5||1985||#1300, Status of Some Names Associated with the Salt marsh Greenhead
Fly, Tabanus Nigrovittetus Macquart (Diptera: Tabanidae) in Eastern Coastal
North America and Lectotype Designations for T. Conterminus Walker,
J.F.Burger, R.K. Sofield and J.V. Freeman.|
|1985||#1303, The Distribution of Seaweed Propagues in Estuarine, Coastal
and Offshore Waters of New Hampshire, U.S.A., F.W. Zechman and A.C.
|1984||#1304, Identification of New Genes Involved in the Regulation of
Yeast Alcohol Dehydrogenase II, C.L. Denis.|
|1985||#1305, Photosynthesis of Gracilaria tikvahiae McLachlan
(Gigartinales, Rhodophyta) from the Great Bay Estuary, New Hampshire, C.A.
Penniman and A.C. Mathieson|
|1985||#1310, Uptake of 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid and Indoleacetic Acid
in Tuber Slices of Jerusalem Artichoke and Potato, S.C. Minocha and P.
|1984||#1311, Varying Protein Content and Nitrogen Solubility for
Ploriparous, Lactating Holstein Cows: Digestive Performance During Early
Lactation, F.J. Janicki, J.B. Holter, H.H. Hayes.|
|1985||#1312, Relationship Between Coefficient of Parentage and Genetic
Similarity Indices in the Soybean, T.S. Cox, Y.T. Kiang, M.B. Gorman, D.M.
|1986||#1313, Recurrence of the eelgrass wasting disease at the border of
New Hampshire and Maine, USA, F.T. Short, A.C. Mathieson, J.I.
|1985||#1314, A New Species and New Generic Synonym of the Nearctic
Caddisfly Genus Homoplectra (Trichoptera: Hydropsychidae), J.S. Weaver,
|1984||#1315, Regulation of Organogenesis and Embryogenesis in Cell
Cultures, S.C. Minocha|
|1986||#1316, Social Conservatism: Determinants and Structural Stabilty Over
Time, A.E. Luloff,M.K. Miller, and L.J. Beaulier.|
|1984||#1321, Estimates of Heritability of Response to Rous Sarcomas of
Cickens, W.E. Urban, Jr., N.P. Zervas, W.M. Collins, R.W. Buck, P.A. Aeed,
|1984||#1324, A New Introduction of a European Cockroach, Ectobius
Lapponicus (Dictyoptera: Blatellidae), D.S. Chandler.|
|1986||#1325, Aiding Consumer Nutrition Decisions with the Simple Graphic
Label Format, Joel Rudd.|
|1985||#1328, MHC and Non-MHC Genetic Influences on ROus Sracoma Metastasis
in Chickens, W.M. Collins, D.W. Brown, P.H. Ward, W.R. Dunlop, W.Elwood
|1985||#1331, A Redefinition of Stonemyia (Diptera: Tabanidae) and
Designation of a New Genus, Pesasomyia, from North America, J.F.
|1987||#1333, Geometric Position of Genotypes, Honeybee Foraging Patterns,
and Outcrossing in Soybean, Y.C. Chaing and Y.T. Kiang.|
|1985||#1337, Negative Geotropism in Venturia inaequalis, D.M. Gadoury and
W.E. MacHardy., Geometric Position of Genotypes, Honeybee Foraging Patterns,
and Outcrossing in Soybean, Y.C. Chaing and Y.T. Kiang.|
|1986||#1338, Species Composition and Seasonality of New England Seaweeds
Along an Open Coastal-estuarine Gradient, A.C. Mathieson and C.A.
|1985||#1339, Genetic Linkages of Biochemical and Morphological Traits in
Soybeann, Y.T. Kiang and Y.C. Chaing|
|1987||#1343, Forest Floor Dynamics in Even-Aged Northern HArdwood Stands,
K.E. Snyder and R.D. Harter. |
|1985||#1344, Breeeding and Genetics: Response of B Complex Haplotypes B22,
B24, and B26 to Rous Sarcoma1,2, W.M. Collins, N.P. Zervas, W.E. Urban, Jr.,
W.E. Briles, and P.A. Aeed.|
|1986||#1346, Nutrient and biomass removals from a red spruce - balsam fir
whole-tree harvest, C.T. Smith, Jr., M.L. McCormack, J.W. Hornbeck, and C.W.
|1986||#1347, Forecasting Ascopore Dose of Venturia inaequalis in Commercial
Apple Orchards, D.M. Gadoury and W.E. MacHardy.|
|1986||#1349, Genetic Interaction between Non-MHC T- and B-Cell Alloantigens
in Response to Rous Sarcoma in Chicken, D.G. Gilmour, W.M Collins, T.L.
Frederickson, W/E. Urban, Jr. P.F. Ward, and N.L DiFronzo.|
|1985||#1350, The Oriental Lepidostomatidae (Trichoptera) Described by Banks
and Hagen, John S. Weaver III.|
|Box 5, Folder 6||1988||#1351, Reaction of Folin-Ciocalteau Phenol Reagent with Purines,
Pyrimidines and Pteridines and Its Relationship with Structure, M. Ikawa,
C.A. Dollard and T.D. Schaper.|
|1989||#1354, A New Modeling-Compatible Solution to the First-Order Kinetics
Equation, R.D. Harter.|
|1986||#1356, A Quantitative Study of Sertoli Cell and Germ Cell Populations
as Related to Sexual Development and Aging in the Stallion, L.S Jones and
|1986||#1357, Maternal regulation of fecundity: non-random ovule abortion in
Cassia fasciculata Michx, T.D. Lee F.A. Bazzaz.|
|1986||#1358, Growth decline of wind-exposed red spruce and balsam fir in
the White Mountains, T.C. Harrington.|
|1986||#1359, A Synopsis of New Hampshire Seaweeds, A.C. Mathieson and E.J
|1986||#1360, Forestry Limited Partnerships: Will tax reform eliminate
benefits for investors? T.E. Howard and S.E. Lacy.|
|1986||#1361, Causes of Mortality in Chickens that Regressed a Rous sarcoma
Virus-induced Tumor, W.M. Collins, P.H. Ward, W.R. Dunlop.|
|1985||#1362, Seasonality and Diversity of Caccoplectus, with a Review of
the Genus and Description of a New Genus, Caccoplectinus (Coleoptera:
Pselaphidae), D.S. Chandler and H.Wolda|
|1986||#1363, Comparison of the Design of Two Volumetric Spore Traps: a
Reply, D.M. Gadoury and W.E. MacHardy.|
|1986||#1365, Large-Scale Sampling Photography for Forest Habitat-Type
Identification, W. Befort.|
|1986||#1367, Patterns of Ascopore Discharge by Venturia inaequalis, W.E.
MacHardy and D.M. Gadoury.|
|1987||#1368, Polyamines and HeLa-cell DNA replication, C.J. Gallo, R. A.
Loza, and E.J. Herbst.|
|1985||#1369, Major Histocompatibility (B) Complex Effects on Acquired
Immunity to Cecal Coccidiosis, R.A. Clare, R.G. Strout, R.L. Taylor, W.M.
Collins and W.Elwood Briles.|
|1986||#1370, The Floral Morphology and Vascular Anatomy of the
Hamaelidaceae: Subfamily Liquidambaroideae, A.Linn Bogle|
|1985||#1372, Monitoring the Growth and Health of the White Pine in New
Hampshire, J.P. Barrett, R.T. Eckert, and R.R. Cooke|
|1985||#1376, A Review of the Genus Haematopota (Diptera: Tabanidae) in
North America, J.F. Burger and L.L. Pechuman.|
|1986||#1382, Predicting Maternal Protein and Fat Balances of Growing and
Mature Dairy Cows, J.B. Holter, J.A. Bullis, and H.H. Hayes|
|1986||#1384, Delayed Wattle Reactions in Eimeria Tenella Infected Chickens,
R.L. Taylor, Jr. R.G. Strout, R.A. Clare, and P.A. Aeed.|
|1987||#1386, Genetic analysis of the Lap2 locus in soybeans and tests of
linkage with other loci, Y.T. Kiang and Y.C. Chiang.|
|1987||#1387, Mapping Three Protein Loci on a Soybean Chromosome, Y.T.
|1986||#1388, Thinning Response of Immature White Pine, A.R. Gillespie and
H.W. Hocker, Jr.|
|1986||#1389, The influence of competition on individual white pine thinning
response, A.R. Gillespie and H.W. Hocker, Jr.|
|1987||#1391, Relationship of Absolute Numbers of Sertoli Cells to
Testicular Size and Spermatogenesis in Young Beef Bulls, W.E. Berndtson, G.
Ogboeli, and b.W. Pickett.|
|1987||#1392, Major-Histocompatibility (B) Complex-Associated Differences in
the Delayed Wattle Reaction to Staphylococcal Antigen, P.F. Cotter, R.L.
Taylor, Jr., T.L. Wing, W.E. Briles.|
|1988||#1394, Yields of Tomato Phenotypes Modified by Planting Density,
Mulch, and Row Covers, J. West and L.C. Peirce.|
|1986||#1396, Field Evaluation of Establishment Methods and Intensive
Management Practices for Strawberries, D.T. Handley and J.E.
|1986||#1397, Potamogen xHaynesh (Potamogetonaceae), a New Species from
Northeastern North America.|
|1986||#1399, Population Growth and Economic Development in New England,
A.E. luloff and G.E. Frick.|
|Box 5, Folder 7||1987||#1404, The effects of ADR1 and CCR1 gene dosage on the regulation of
the glucose-repressible alcohol dehydrogenase from Saccharomyces cerevisiae,
|Undated||#1407, Black Flies: Ecology, Population Management and Annotated
World List, K.C. Kim and R.W. Merritt.|
|1986||#1408, Distribution of Rhabdocline and Swiss Needle Casts on
Douglas-Fir Christmas Trees in New Hampshire, T.C. Harrington.|
|1986||#1411, New Pselphidae from Oregon (Coleoptera), D.S.
|1986||#1412, Bile and Serum Immunoglobulin Levels during Primary and
Secondary Infections with Eimeria tenella in Chickens, R.A. Clare, R.G.
Strout, R.L. Taylor, Jr. and P.A. Aeed.|
|1986||#1413, New Pselaphidae from New Hampshire (Coleoptera), D.S.
|1987||#1420, The Sunorfa of Australia (Coleoptera: Pselaphidae), D.S.
|1986||#1422, Effects of Dehydroepiandrosterone Acetate on Metabolism, Body
Weight, and Composition of Male and Female Rats, A.R. Tagliaferro, J.R.
Davis, S. Truchon, N. Van Hamont.|
|1986||#1423, Kinetics of Phenylalanine Ammonia-Lyase and the Effect of
L-a-Aminooxy-b-phenylpropionic Acid on Enzyme Activity and Radicle Growth in
Germinating Mettuce Seeds, G.J. Kudakasseril and S. C. Minocha.|
|1987||#1424, Interaction of Asparagus Root Filtrate with Fusarium oxysporum
f.sp. asparagi, L.C. Peirce and L.W. Colby.|
|1987||#1426, Review of Tabanus Species (Diptera: Tabanidae) with Pilose and
Patterned Eyes in Mexico and Western North America, and Descriptions of Two
New Species from Mexico, J.F. Burger, E.M. Bermudez, and Luis V.
|1986||#1431, Tissue Culture and Genetic Transformation in Betula Papyrifera
and Populus Tremuloides, S.C. Minocha, E.W. Noh, and Albert P.
|1987||#1433, Productivity in a Strip Tillage Vegetable Production System,
S.J.W. Loy, L.C. Peirce, G.O. Estes, and O.S. Wells.|
|1986||#1437, Species richness and abundance of Pselaphidae (Coleoptera) in
old-growth and 40-year-old forests in New Hampshire, D.S.
|1986||#1438, Early identification of chlorophyll deficieny heterozygotes in
large-seeded legumes, T.M. Davis, J.D. Ehlers, and Y. Kiang.|
|1987||#1440, Genetic study of glutamate oxaloacetic transaminase in
soybean, Y.T. Kiang, Y.C. Chiang, and C.J. Bult.|
|1987||#1442, Major histocompatibility (B) complex and sex effects on
phytohaemagglutinin wattle response, R.T. Taylor, Jr., P.F. Cotter, T.L.
Wing, W.E. Briles.|
|1986||#1443, Constitutive RNA Synthesis for the Yeast Activator ADR1 and
Identification of the ADR1-5c Mutation, C.L. Denis and C. Gallo.|
|1987||#1446, New Combination in Ophiostoma of Ceratocytis Species with
Leptographium Anamorphs, T.C. Harrington.|
|Box 5, Folder 8||1987||#1453, Inheritance and Linkage Relationships of 6-phosphogluconate
dehydrogenase isozymes in soybean, Y.C. Chiang and Y.T. Kiang.|
|1987||#1454, The Numbers of Sertoli Cells in Mature Holstein Bulls and
their Relationship to Quantitative Aspects of Spermatigenisis, W.E.
Berndtson, G. Igboeli, W.G. Parker.|
|1986||#1455, High efficiency shoot regeneration from callus of quaking
aspen, E.W. Noh and S.C. Minocha|
|1990||#1457, Monoamines alter in vitro migration of chicken leukocytes,
F.M. McCorkle, R.L. Taylor, Jr., K.M. Denno, and J.K. Jabe.|
|1987||#1460, Is Simulium Tuberosum (Diptera: Simuliidae) a Pest of Humans?
J.F. Burger and L.A. Pistrang.|
|1987||#1461, New Gerera and Species of Tyrini from Australia (Coleoptera:
Pselaphidae), D.S. Chandler.|
|Undated||#1462, Short-winged Mould Beetles of the tribe Arhytodini of Panama,
with descriptions of new taxa (Coleoptera: Pselaphidae: Pselaphinae), Donald
|1987||#1464, Description and Validation of an in situ autoperfusion method
to determine nutrient absorption and metabolism in bovine small intestine,
R.A. Murray, J.E. Mocek, C.G. Schwab, W.E. Hylton, and C.K.
|1987||#1466, A New Arboreal Carabodes from Eastern North America (Acari:
Oribatida: Carabodidae), R.M. Reeeves.|
|1988||#1468, Mapping the B-Amylase Locus (Am3) on Soybean Linkage Group 1
Chromosome, Y.T. kiang and Y.C. Chiang.|
|1987||#1472, The Effects of Dehydroepiandrosterone Acetate on Liver
Peroxisomal Enzyme Activities of Male and Female Rats, B.Leighton, A.R.
Tagliaferro, and E.A. Newsholme.|
|1987||#1474, Genetic linkage of the adh1 and W1 loci in soybeans, Y.T.
Kiang and Y.C. Chiang|
|1987||#1477, Inheritance of aconitase isozymes in soybean, J.Y.H. Doong and
|1988||#1478, Anti-Rous sarcoma response of major histocompatibility (B)
complex haplotypes B23,B24, and B30, R.L. Taylor, Jr., R.A. Clare, P.H.
Ward, R.W. Briles and W.E. Briles.|
|1987||#1479, Rural Land Use and Demographic Change in a Rapidly Urbanizing
Enviroment, W.A. BEfort, A.E. Luloff, and M. Morrone.|
|1988||#1480, Financial Challenges in Remarriage, J.N. Lown and E.M
|1988||#1482, Adventitious shoot formation from embryonic explants of red
pine (Pinus resinosa), E.W. Noh, S.C. Minocha, and D.E.
|1991||#1484, Comparison of Some Slime-Mold and Fungus Feeding Beetles in an
Old-Growth and 40-Year-Old Forest in New Hampshire, D.S.
|1988||#1485, A New Genus and Two New Species of Pangonini (Diptera:
Tabanidae) of Zoogeographic Interest from Sabah, Malaysia, J.F.
|1987||#1486, Inheritance and Linkage Analysis of Phosphoglucose Isomerase
Isozymes in Soybeans, Y.C. Chiang, M.B. Gorman, and Y.T. Kiang.|
|1988||#1487, The spatial and temporal distribution of four Simulium
tuberosum (Diptera: Simuliidae) cytospecies in Waterville Valley, New
Hampshire, L.A. Pistrang and J.F. Burger.|
|1988||#1488, Spermatogenesis, sperm output and seminal quality of Holstein
bulls electroejaculated after administration of oxyytocin, W.E. Berndtson
and G. Igboeli.|
|1988||#1495, Evidence for Sexual Reproduction in Petalonia fascia (O.F.
Muller) Kuntze, R.K. Shannon, G.E. Crow, and A.C. Mathieson.|
|2000||#1499, The Ant-like Litter Beetles of the Queen Charlotte Islands,
Canada (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Pselaphinae), by Donald S.
|1987||#1500, Inheritance of Soybean Endopeptidase, J.Y.H. Doong and Y.T.
|Box 6, Folder 1||1989||#1501, Latitudianal Variation and Evolution in Wild Soybean (Glycine
Soja Sieb. & Zucc.) Populations, by Y. T. Kiang and Y. C.
|1987||#1508, Community Classification of the Vascular Vegetation of a New
Hampshire Peatland, by Debra A. Dunlop.|
|1988||#1509, Notes on Tabanidae (Diptera) of the Oriental Region III. New
and Little-Known Tabanidae from Borneo, by John F. Burger.|
|1988||#1511, Using an Isozyme Marker to Identify Doubled Haploids from
Anther Culture Asparagus, by L. W. Colby and Lincon C. Peirce.|
|1987||#1512, Meiotic Instability of Tandemly Iterated Plasmid Sequences in
the Yeast Chromosome, by Clyde L. Denis and Elise E. Drouin.|
|1988||#1513, Identification of Functional Regions in the Yeast
Transcriptional Activator ADR1, by Lynne T. Bemis and Clyde L.
|1988||#1515, Effects of n-Sodium Butyrate on Cell Division in Jerusalem
Artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus L.) Tuber Explants Cultured in vitro, by
Thomas J. Pendersen, and Subhash C. Minocha.|
|1990||#1518, Feeding Activity of Carabid Beetles and Spiders on Gypsy Moth
Larvae (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) at High-density Prey Populations, by
Deborah S. DuDevoir and R. Marcel Reeves.|
|1988||#1522, A Cladistic Analysis of the World Genera of Tychini
(Coleoptera: Pselaphidae), by Donald S. Chandler.|
|1988||#1523, A Revision of the Nearctic Genus Cylindrartus (Coleoptera:
Pselaphidae), by Donald S. Chandler.|
|1989||#1525, Relationship Between Flowering and Rippening Dates Modified in
Tomatoes by Polyethylene Mulch and Row Covers, by L. C. Peirce and M. L.
|1988||#1526, Genetic Analysis of Mannose-6-Phosphate Isomerase in Soybeans,
by Y. C. Chiang and Y. T. Kiang.|
|1989||#1529, Polyamine Biosynthetic Enzymes and the Effect of Their
Inhibition on the Growth of Some Phytopathogenic Fungi, by Aktar J. Khan and
Subhash C. Minocha.|
|1988||#1530, Inheritance Study on a Soybean Fluorescent Esterase, by J. Y.
H. Doong and Y. T. Kiang.|
|1988||#1531, Characterization of Resistance and Immunity to Eimeria tenella
Among Major Histocompatibility Conmplex B-F/B-G Recombiant Hosts, by R. A.
Clare, R. L. Taylor, Jr., W. E. Briles, and R. G. Strout.|
|1988||#1532, The Mutation bronze-mutable 4 Derivative 6856 in Maize is
Caused by the Insertion of a Novel 6.7-Kilobase Pair Transposon in the
Untranslated Leader Region of the Bronze-1 Gene, by Anita S. Klein, Maureen
Clancy, Leila Paje-Manalo, Douglas B. Furtek, L. Curtis Hannah and Oliver E.
|1989||#1533, Biosynthetic Argine Decarboxylase in Phytopathogenic Fungi, by
Akhtar J. Khan and Subhash C. Minocha.|
|1989||#1535, Major Histocompatibility Complex Control of Immunity Elicited
by Genetically Engineered Eimeria tenella (Apicomplexa) Antigen in Chickens,
by Robert A. Clare and Harry D. Danforth.|
|1988||#1536, A Survey of Floral Variation in Five Populations of Podostemum
Ceratophyllum Michx. (Podostemaceae), by C. Thomas Philbrick and A. Linn
|1988||#1539, New Barrojuba with a Revised Key to Species (Coleoptera:
Pselaphidae), by Donald S. Chandler.|
|Undated||#1541, Toxic and Ecological Effects of Fatty Acids on Animals and
Microorganisms, by Miyoshi Ikawa.|
|Undated||#1541, Toxic and Ecological Effects of Fatty Acids on Animals and
Microorganisms, by Miyoshi Ikawa.|
|1989||#1544, Optimal Replication for Histometric Analyses of Testicular
Function in Rats or Rabbits, by W. E. Berndtson, C. Neefus, R. H. Foote, and
R. P. Amann.|
|1988||#1545, Breeding and Genetics: Virus Dilution Affects the Anti-Rous
Sarcoma Response of Progressor but not Regressor Major Histocompatibility
(B) Complex Genotypes, by S. C. Vincent and R. L. Taylor, Jr.|
|1989||#1547, Numbers of Sertoli Cells, Quantitive Rates of Sperm
Production, and the Effeciency of Spermatogenesis in Relation to the Daily
Sperm Output and Seminal Quality of Young Beef Bulls, by William E.
Berndtson, Ph.D and Gaius Igboeli, Ph.D.|
|1989||#1548, Inheritance and Genetic Linkage Tests of an Esterase Locus in
the Cultivated Soybean, Glycine max, by C. J. Bult and Y. T.
|1989||#1550, Relationship of Intratesticular Testosterone Content of
Stallions to Age, Spermatogenesis, Sertoli Cell Distribution and Germ
Cell-Sertoli Cell Ratios, by W. E. Derndtson and L. S. Jones.|
|1989||#1551, Land Use Change and Aerial Photography: Lessons for Applied
Sociology, by A. E. Luloff and William A. Befort.|
|1990||#1552, Pigment and Isozyme Variation in Aspen Shoots Regenerated from
Callus Culture, by Eun-Woon Noh and Subhash C. Minocha.|
|1989||#1556, Overexpression of the Yeast Transcriptional Activator ADR1
Induces Mutation of the Mitochondrial Genome, by Joel R. Cherry and Clyde L.
|1988||#1557, Sampling Intensities and Replication Requirements for
Detection of Treatment Effects on Testicular Function in Bulls and
Stallions: A Statistical Assessment, by William E. Berndtson.|
|1988||#1558, State Rural Policy Initiatives: Their Time Has Come, by
Kenneth E. Martin and A. E. Luloff.|
|1988||#1560, Response of Major Histocompatibility (B) Complex Haplotypes
B22, B26, and B30 to Rous Sarcomas, by N. W. Lukacs, W. E. Briles, R. W.
Briles and R. L. Taylor, Jr.|
|1989||#1567, The Changing New England Landscape: A Sociodemographic
History, by A. E. Luloff.|
|1990||#1568, Carabidae (Coleoptera) Associated with Gypsy Moth, Lymantria
Dispar (L.) (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae), Populations Subjected to Bacillus
Thuringiensis Berliner Treatments in Pennslyvania, by E. Alan Cameron, and
R. Marcel Reeves.|
|1989||#1573, The Floral Morphology, Vascular Anatomy, and Onotgeny of the
Rhodoleioideae (Hamamelidaceae) and Their Significance in Relation to the
'Lower' Hamamelids, by A. Linn Bogle|
|1989||#1574, Characterization of the adr1-1 Nonsense Mutation Identifies
the Translational Start of the Yeast Transcriptional Activator ADR1, by
Lynne T. Bemis and Clyde L. Denis.|
|1989||#1575, Cyclic AMP-Dependent Protein Kinase Phosphorylates and
Inactivates the Yeast Transcriptional Activator ADR1, by Joel R. Cherry,
Torrey R. Johnson, Catherine Dollard, Jeffery R. Shuster, and Clyde L.
|1989||#1579, Characterization of Guanylate Cyclase in Squid Photoreceptors,
by Phyllis R. Robinson and Richard H. Cote.|
|1988||#1582, Relationship Between Poluamine and Ethylene Biosynthesis in
Plants and Its Signifiance for Morphogenisis in Cell Cultures, by Subhash C.
|1988||#1583, Polyamines and Somatic Enbryogenesis in Carrot. I. The Effects
of Difluoromethylornithine and Difluoromethylarginine, by Cheryl A. Robie
and Subhash C. Minocha.|
|1990||#1586, Comparative Ontogeny of the Inflorescence and Flower of
Hamamelis Virginiana and Loropetalum Chinense (Hamamelidaceae), by Thomas
Mione and A. Linn Bogle.|
|1989||#1599, Synonymies and Notes on the Reichenbachia of Eastern North
America (Coleoptera: Pselaphidae), by Donald S. Chandler.|
|1989||#1600, Effects of Diet and Exercise on the in vivo Rates of the
Triglyceride-Fatty Acid Cycle in Adipose Tissue and Muscle of the Rat, by A.
R. Tagliaferro, S. Dobbin, R. Curi, B. Leighton, L. D. Meeker and E. A.
|Box 6, Folder 3||1991||#1601, The Effect of Exercise on Plasma Lipids and LDL Subclass
Metabolism in Miniatur Swine, by Arthur F. Stucchi, Antonius H. M. Terpstra,
Thomas L. Foxall, Robert J. Nicolosi and Samuel C. Smith.|
|1989||#1603, The Identity of Corizoneura Caucasica Krober and Consequent
Change of Name for Some Palearctic Species of Silvius (Diptera, Tabanidae),
by J. F. Burger and L. L. Pechuman.|
|1990||#1604, Multilacunar Nodal Anatomy in Mytilaria (Hamamelidaceae), by
A. Linn Bogle.|
|1990||#1610, Excision and Transporation of Two Ds Transposons from the
bronze mutable 4 Derivatrive 6856 allele of Zea mays L., by Michael F. Dowe,
Jr., Gregg W. Roman and Anita S. Klein.|
|1992||#1612, Inhibitory Effects of Terphene alcohols and Aldehydes on
Growth of Green Alga, Chlorella Pyrenoidosa, by Miyoshi Ikawa, Stephen P.
Mosley, and Linda J. Barbero|
|1990||#1613, The Pselaphidae (Coleoptera) of Latimer County, Oklahoma, with
Revisions of Four Genera From Eastern North America Part I. Faroninae and
Euplectinae, by Donald S. Chandler.|
|1990||#1615, Modulation of Chicken Plaque-Forming Cells by Serotomin and
Dopamine, by Rebecca S. Grey, Fred M. McCorkle, Kelly M. Denno, and Robert
L. Taylor, Jr.|
|1990||#1618, Age as a Factor Influencing the Power and Sensitivity of
Experiments for Assessing Body Weight, Testis Size, amd Spermatogenesis in
Rats, by William E. Berdntson and Terry L. Thompson.|
|1989||#1620, Contiuous Administration of 5-Hydroxytryptamine Alters
Cellular Immunity in Chickens, by Fred M. McCorkle and Robert L. Taylor,
|1991||#1622, The CCR1 (SNF1) and SCH9 Protein Kinases Act Independently of
cAMP-Dependent Protein Kinase and The Transcriptional Activator ADR1 in
Controlling Yeast ADH2 Expression, by Clyde L. Denis and Deborah C.
|1990||#1625, Changing Relationships Between Testis Size, Sertoli Cell
Number and Spermatogenesis in Sprague-Dawley Rats, by William E. Berndtson
and Terry L. Thompson.|
|1989||#1626, Replication Requirements and Number of Ejaculates Needed for
Assessing Treatment Effects on Sperm Output and Seminal Characteristics of
Electroejaculated Holstein Bulls, by William E. Berndston.|
|1990||#1634, Interaction of Asparagus with Fasarium, by L. C. Peirce and
Heather G. Miller.|
|1991||#1638, Micronutrient Adsorption-Desorption Reactions in Soils, by
Robert D. Harter.|
|1991||#1640, Fragaria vesca Chlorophyll Mutants, by Thomas M. Davism and
James E. Pollard.|
|1990||#1646, Comparative Molecular Properties of Swine and Human Very Low
Density Lipoproteins-Apoproteins E and C, by Arthur F. Stucchi, Jose M.
Ordovas, Glenn T. Shwaery and Samuel C. Smith.|
|1990||#1647, Comparing Differentiiation of Wild Soybean (Glycine soja Sieb.
& Zucc.) Populations Based on Isozymes and Quantitative Traits, by Y. T.
Kiang and Y. C. Chiang.|
|1991||#1649, Polyamines and Somatic Embyogenesis in Carrot. III. Effects of
Methylglyoxal bis(guanylhydrazone), by Subhash C. Minocha, Nancy S. Papa, A.
Jamal Khan and Andrew I. Samuelson.|
|1990||#1650, In vivo Phosphorylation and Membrane Association of the fyn
Proto-oncogene Product in IM-9 Human Lymphoblasts, by David J. Peters, Billy
R. McGrew, Denise C. Perron, Lauren M. Liptak and Andrew P.
|Box 6, Folder 4||1990||#1651, A Revision of the Horse Fly Genus Agkistrocerus Philip
(Diptera: Tabanidae), by John F. Burger, Loth A. Martinez, L. L. Pechuman
and Luis V. Bermudez.|
|1991||#1653, Effects of Polyamine Biosynthesis Inhibitors on
S-Adenosylmethionine Synthetase and S-Asenosylmethionine Decarboxylase
Activities in Carrot Cell Cultures, by Subhash C. Minocha, Rakesh Minocha
and Atsushi Komamine.|
|1991||#1655, Genetic Linkage of the Rj2 Gene in Soybean, by T. E. Devine,
J. J. O'Neill, Y. T. Kiang and C. J. Bult.|
|1991||#1657, Polyamines and Somatic Embryogenesis in Carrot II. The Effects
of Cyclohexylammonium Phosphate, by A. Jamal Khan and Subhash C.
|1990||#1659, Interpreting the Kinetics of Ion Sorption by Soils, by Robert
|1990||#1660, Linkage Analysis of Pgd1, Pgi1, Pod Color (L1), and
Determinate Stem (dt1) Loci on Soybean Linkage Group 5, by Y. T.
|1990||#1662, Maintaining the Working Forest: Strategies for Resolving
Forest Land Use Conflicts in Northern New England and New York, by Theodore
|1991||#1664, Effects of Combinations of Polyamine Biosynthetic Inhibitors
on Cellular Polyamines in Carrot Cell Cultures, by Subhash C. Minocha and A.
|1990||#1667, Effect of Prepartum Dietary Energy on Condition Score,
Postpartum Energy, Nitrogen Partitions, and Lactation Production Responses,
by J. B. Holter, M. J. Slotnick, H. H. Hayes. and C. K. Bozak.|
|1990||#1669, High-Performance Liquid Chromatographic Method for the
Determination of Dansyl-Polyamines, by Subhash C. Minocha, Rakesh Minocha
and Cheryl A. Robie.|
|1990||#1674, A Simple, Rapid and Reliable Method for Selecting of Assessing
the Number of Replicates for Animal Experiments, by W. E.
|1991||#1675, Genetic and Linkage Analysis if Aconitate Hysratase Variants
in Soybean, by Y. T. Kiang and C. J. Bult.|
|1993||#1678, Timber Sale Administration on New Hampshire's Private Forests,
by Brian J. clark and Theodore E. Howard|
|1990||#1680, Polyamine and Ethylene Biosynthesis in Relation to Somatic
Embryogenesis in Carrot (Daucus carota L.) Cell Cultures, by Subhash C.
Minocha, Cheryl A. Robie, Akhtar J. Khan, Nancy S. Papa, Andrew I. Samuelsen
and Rakesh Minocha.|
|1990||#1681, Role of Polyamines in DNA Synthesis of Caharanthus roseus
Cells Grown in Suspension Culture, by Rakesh Minocha, Subhash C. Minocha,
Atsushi Kamomine and Walter C. Shortle.|
|1992||#1683, Professional Forestry Assistance in New Hampshire Timber
Sales, by Brian J. Clark, Theodore E. Howard and Richard G.
|1991||#1686, Kinetics of Sorption/Desorption Processes in Soil, by Robert
|1991||#1687, Signal Transduction Events in Chicken Interleukin-1
Production, by C. J. Bombara and R. L. Taylor.|
|1990||#1689, Shoot Regenteration from Stem and Leaf Callus of Euclyptus
Tereticornis, by M. M. Subhash and S. C. Minocha.|
|1991||#1690, Detergent Fiber Traits to Predict Productive Energy of
Forgages Fed Free Choice to Nonlactating Dairy Cattle, by D. W. Harlan, J.
B. Holter, and H. H. Hayes.|
|1990||#1691, Differential Resistance to Staphococcus aureus Challenge in
Two Related Line of Chickens, by Paul F. Cotter and Robert L. Taylor,
|1992||#1693, Five Major Nuclear Ribosomal Repeats Represent a Large and
Variable Fraction of the Genomic DNA of Picea rubens and P. mariana, by
Michael S. Bobola, Dirk E. Smith and Anita S. Klein.|
|1990||#1694, Comparison of Mitochondrial DNA Sequences of Seven
Morphospecies of Black Flies (Diptera: Simuliidae), by Bai Xiong, and Thomas
|Box 6, Folder 6||1992||#1704, Genetic Diversity in Natural Populations of Wild Soybean in
Iwate Prefecture, Japan, by Y. T. Kiang, Y. C. Chiang, and N.
|1991||#1705, The Lucifortychus of Eastern North America (Coleoptera:
Pselaphidae), by Donald S. Chandler.|
|1991||#1707, Regulation of DNA Synthesis and Cell Division by Polyamines in
Catharanthus roseus Suspension Cultures, by R. Minocha, S. C. Minocha, A.
Kamamine and W. C. Shortle.|
|1991||#1711, Dietry Arginine Influences Rous Sarcoma Growth in A Major
Histocompatibility B Complex Progressor Genotype, by Robert L. Taylor, Jr.,
Richard E. Austic and Rodney R. Dietert.|
|1991||#1713, Substrate Specificities for Yeast and Mammalian cAMP-Dependent
Protein Kinases are Similar but not Identical, by Clyde L. Denis, Bruce E.
Kemp and Mark J. Zoller.|
|1991||#1714, Caffeic Acid Identified as an Inhibitory Compound in Asparagus
Root Filtrate, by Heather G. Miller, Miyoshi Ikawa and Lincoln C.
|1992||#1716, Energentic Influences on the Life History of Glaucomys Volans,
by Paul Stapp|
|1991||#1717, Restrictions fragment Vatiation in the Nuclear Ribosomal DNA
repeat Unit within and Between Picea Rubens and Piae Mariana, by Michael S.
Bobola, Robert T. Eckert and Anita S. Klein |
|1992||#1720, Competitive Sorption of Cobalt, Copper and Nickel Ions by a
Calcium-Saturated Soil, by R. D. Harter.|
|1991||#1721, Vairation in a Host-epiphyte relationship along a wave
exposure gradient, by Phillip S. Levin and A. C. Mathieson|
|1992||#1722, Transport of Seaweeds by Tagged Migratory Fish Populations by
A. C. Mathieson|
|1992||#1726, Glucose Repression of the Yeast ADH2 Gene Occurs through
Multiple Mechanisms, Including Control of the Protein Synthesis of Its
Transcriptional Activator, ADR1, by Robert C. Vallari, W. James Cook,
Deborah C. Audino, Michael J. Morgan, Donna E. Jensen, Andrew P. Laudano and
Clyde L. Denis.|
|1992||#1727, Stumpage Price Reporting in the Northern United States, by
Jack Lutz, Theodore E. Howard, and Paul E. Sendak.|
|1991||#1728, Evolution of the Alchohol dehydrogenase (ADH) genes in yeast:
characterization of a fourth ADH in Kluyveromyces lactis, by Daniel H.
Shain, Christopher Salvadore, and Clyde L. Denis|
|1992||#1730, Water Partitioning and Intake Prediction in Dry and Lactating
Holstein Cows, by J. B. Holter and W. E. Urban, Jr.|
|1992||#1733, Phosphorylation occurs in the amino terminus of the Raf-1
protein, by Billy R. McGrew, David W. Nichols, Vincent P. Stanton Jr., Hong
Cai, Robert C. Whorf, Vinus Patel, Geoffrey M. Cooper, and Andrew P.
|1991||#1734, Induction of Virulence Response in Agrobacterium tumefaciens
by Tissue Explants of Various Plant Species, by Susan Primich-Zachwieja and
Subhash C. Minocha.|
|1992||#1740, Diversity and Seasonality of Leiodid Beetles (Coleoptera:
Leiodidae) in an Old-Growth and 40-year-old Forest in New Hampshire, by
Donald S. Chandler and Stewart B. Peck|
|1992||#1741, ADR1c Mutations Enhance the Ability of ADR1 to Activate
Transcription by a Mechanism that is Independent of Effects of Cyclic
AMP-Dependent Protein Kinase Phosphorylation of Ser-230, by Clyde L. Denis,
Susan C. Fontaine, Dan Chase, Bruce E. Kemp, and Lynne T. Bemis.|
|1992||#1742, Response of Holstein Cows to Corn Gluten Meal Used to Increase
Undegradable Protein in Early or Later Lactation, by J. B. Holter, H. H.
Hayes, W. E. Urban, Jr., S. Ramsey and H. Rideout.|
|1992||#1743, Energy Balance and Lactation Response in Holstein Cows
Supplemented with Cottonseed with or Without Calcium Soap, by J. B. Holter,
H. H. Hayes, W. E. Urban, Jr., and A. H. Duthie.|
|1992||#1743, Energy Balance and Lactation Response in Holstein Cows
Supplemented with Cottonseed with or Without Calcium Soap, by J. B. Holter,
H. H. Hayes, W. E. Urban, Jr., and A. H. Duthie.|
|1995||#1744, Pterins of the Cyanobacterium Aphanizomenon Flos-Aquae, by
Miyoshi Ikawa, John H. Sasner, James F. Haney and Thomas L.
|Box 6, Folder 6||1992||#1747, The CCR4 Protein Form Saccharomyces cerevisiae Contains a
Leucine-Rich Repeat Region Which Is Required for Its Conrol of ADH2 Gene
Expression, by Thomas Malvar, Rachel W. Biron, David B. Kaback and Clyde L.
|1996||#1750, Using nuclear and organelle DNA markers to discriminate among
Picea rubens, Picea mariana, and their hybrids, by Michael S. Bobola, Robert
T. Eckert, Anita S. Klein, Karen Stapelfeldt, Dirk E. Smith, and Denis
|1992||#1754, Effects of alumnium, on DNA Synthesis, cellular polyamines,
polyamine biosynthetic enzymes and inorganic ions in cill suspension
cultures of a woody plant, Catharanthus roseus, by Rakesh Minocha, Subhash
C. Minocha, Stephanie L. Long and Walter C. Shortle|
|1992||#1755, Methane Prediction in Dry and Lactating Holstein Cows, by J.
B. Holter and A. J. Young|
|1992||#1756, 'Superb Hybrid', 'NewIda', and 'Gold Dust' Tomatoes, by
Lincoln C. Peirce, Mark L. Crispi, and Heather G. Miller|
|1992||#1760, New Records of Ectobius Lapponicus in North America
(Dictyoptera: Blattellidae), by Donald S. Chandler|
|1992||#1761, Weekly Balancing Crude Protein in Diets for Holstein Cows
Throughout Lactation Using One Versus Two Grains, by H. B. Holter and H.H.
|1992||#1762, Identificaiton of three genes required for the
glucose-dependent transcription of the yeast transcriptional activator ADR1,
by W. James Cook and Clyde L. Denis|
|1993||#1765, Asparagus Emergence in Fusarium-treated and Sterile Media
following Exposure of Seeds or Tadicles to One or More Cinnamic Acids, by
Lincoln C. Peirce and Heather G. Miller|
|1992||#1768, Differential Resistance to Staphylococcus aureus Challenge in
Major Histocompatibility (B) Complex congenic Lines, by Paul F. Cotter,
Robert L. Taylor, Jr. and Hans Abplanalp|
|1992||#1769, Comparative Deveolpment of Eimeria tenella in Primary Chick
Kidney Cell Cultures Derived from Coccidia-Resistant and -Susceptible
Chickens, by K. L. Quist, R. L. Taylor, Jr., L. W. Johnson, and R. G.
|1992||#1771, Major Histocompatibility (B) Complex Control of the Growth
Pattern of v-src DNA-Induced Primary Tumors, by Robert L. Taylor, Jr.,
Donald L. Ewert, James M. England, and Michael S. Halpern|
|1992||#1773, Developing Improbed Strategies to Determine Male Reproductive
Risk from Environmental Toxins, by W. E. Berndtson and E. D.
|1993||#1788, Testicular Weight, Sertoli Cell Number, Daily Sperm
Preduction, and Sperm Output of Sexually Mature Rabbits after Neonatial or
Prepubertal Hemicastration, by Terry L. Thompson and William E.
|1993||#1792, Influence of different B-complex recombinants on the outcome
of Rous sarcomas in chickens, by P. A. Aeed, W. E. Briles, R. M. Zsigray, W.
|1994||#1808, Cathepsin G Aad thrombin: evidence for two different platelet
receptors, by Mary A. Selak|
|1992||#1812, Effects of Moose Foraging on Browse Availability in New
Hampshire Deer Yards, by Michael T. Pruss and Peter J. Pekins|
|1993||#1817, Polyamines in embryogenic cultures of Norway spruce (Picea
abies) and red spruce (Picea rubens), by Rakesh Minocha, Haarald Kvaalen,
Subhash C. Minocha and Stephanie Long|
|1993||#1818, Expression of a human S-adenosylmethionine decarboxylase cDNA
in transgenic tobacco and its effects on polyamine biosynthesis, by Eun Woon
Noh and Subhash C. Minocha|
|Box 6, Folder 7||1993||#1827, No Advantage to Delaying the Introduction of Calcium Soaps of
Palm Oil Fatty Acids to Early Lactation Dairy Rations, by J. B. Holter and
H. H. Hayes|
|1995||#1828, Identificaiton of Salmonella enteritidis from Experimentally
Infected Hens Using a Colorimetric DNA Hybridizaiton Method, by P. F.
Cotter, J. E. Murphy, J. D. Klinger, and R. L. Taylor, Jr.|
|1993||#1831, Inhabition by 2,4-D of somatic embryogenesis in carrot as
explored by its reversal by difluoromethylornithine, by Per Nissen and
Subhash C. Minocha|
|1994||#1832, Sequence Variation in the Outer-Surface-Protein Genes of
Borrelian burgdorferi, by Diane A. Caporale and Thomas D. Kocher|
|1994||#1836, Response of Six Major Histocompatibility (B) Complex
Recombinant Haplotypes to Fous Sarcomas, by E. C. White, W. E. Briles, R. L.
|1994||#1840, An on-line interferometer for the XL-A unltracentrifuge, by T.
M. Laue, A. L. Anderson, and P. D. Demaine|
|1995||#1842, Historical Aspects of Somatic Embryogenesis in Woody Plants,
by Subhash C. Minocha and Rakesh Minocha|
|1994||#1845, A Rapic and Reliable Procedure for Estractin of Cellular
Polyamines and Inorganic Ions from Plant Tissues, by Rakesh Minocha, Walter
C. Shortle, Stephanie L. Long, and Subhash C. Minocha|
|1995||#1853, Role of Polyamines in Somatic Embryogenesis, by S. C. Minocha
and R. Minocha|
|1994||#1859, Lipids of Cyanobacterium Aphanizomenon flos-aquae and
Inhibition of Chlorella Growth, by Miyoshi Ikawa, John H. Sasner, and James
|1996||#1862, Hybridization between Picea rubens and Picea mariana:
differences observed between montane and coastal island populations, by
Michael S. Bobola, Robert T. Eckert, Anita S. Klein, Karen Stapelfeldt,
Kimberly A. Hillenberg, and Steve B. Gendreau|
|1995||#1863, Incorporation of the Biological Marker Rubidium in Gypsy Moth
(Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) and Its Transfer to the Predator Carabus
nemoralis (Coleoptera: Carabidae), by Paul C. Johnson and R. Marcel
|1994||#1867, Contiuous administration of dopamine alters cellular immunity
in chickens, by Fred M. McCorkle and Robert L. Taylor Jr.|
|1995||#1871, B-Complex Recombinants and Sarcoma Regression: Role of B-L/B-F
Region Genes, by B. W. Auclair, W. M. Collins, R. M. Zsigray, and W. E.
|1994||#1873, Catecholamines Modulate Chicken Immunoglobulin M and
Immunoglobulin G Plaque-Forming Cells, by Kelly M. Denno, Fred M. McCorkle,
and Robert L. Taylor Jr.|
|1995||#1882, Increased Putrescine Biosynthesis through Transfer of Mouse
Ornithine Decarboxylase cDNA in Carrot Promotes Somatic Embryogenesis, by
Dhundy R. Bastola and Subhash C. Minocha|
|1995||#1884, A Portion of IS100 Regulates Gene Expression in Yersinia
pseudotuberculosis and Shares Essentially Identical Sequence Homology with a
Repetitive Sequence Isolated from Yersinia pestis, by Stephen D. Torosian
and Robert M. Zsigray a|
|1995||#1885, Transfer of the Virulence Plasmid of Yersinis pestis 0:19 Is
Promoted by DNA Sequences Contained within the Low Calcium Response Region,
by John Allen, Wendi L. Kuhnert, Robert M. Zsigray |
|1996||#1895, Inhabition of Chlorella growth by the lipids of cyanobacterium
Microcystis aeruginosa, by Miyoshi Ikawa, James F. Haney and John J.
|2007||#1896, Extent of Methionine Limitation in Peak-, Early-, and
Mid-Lactation Dairy Cows, by M. T. Socha, C. G. Schwab, D. E. Putnam, N. L.
Whitehouse, B. D. Garthwaite, and G. A. Ducharme|
|Box 6, Folder 8||1996||#1910, Differential Antibody Responses in 6.B Major
Histo-compatibility (B) Complex Congenic Chickens, by Michael C. Dix and
Robert L. Taylor, Jr.|
|1997||#1911, Inhibition of Chlorella growth by degradation and related
products of linoleic and linolenic acids and the possible significance of
polyunsaturated fatty acids in phytoplankton ecology, by Miyoshi Ikawa, John
J. Sasner and James F. Haney|
|1995||#1915, Antibody Response to Sheep Red Blood Cells in a Major
Histocompatibility (B) Complex Aneuploid Line of Chickens, by K. T. LePage,
S. E. Bloom and R. L. Taylor, Jr.|
|1995||#1920, Predicting Ad Libitum Dry Matter Intake and Yields of Jersey
Cows, by J. B. Holter, J. W. West, M. L. McGilliard and A. N.
|1997||#1941, Adherence of Salmonella typhimurium to Murine Peritoneal
Macrophages Is mediated by Lipopolysaccharide and Complement Receptors, by
Saif N. Al-Bahry and Thomas G. Pistole|
|1998||#1942, The Role of Sialic Acid in Opsonin-Dependent and
Opsonin-Independent Adhesion of Listeria monocytogenes to Murine Peritoneal
Macrophages, by Srinivas Maganti, Marcia M. Pierce, alec Hoffmaster and
Frank G. Rodgers|
|1996||#1943, Resistance, Susceptibility, and Immunity to Eimeria tenella in
Major Histocompatibility (B) Complex congenic Lines, by L. A. Caron, H.
Abplanalp and R. L. Taylor, Jr.|
|1997||#1945, Predictin Ad Libitum Dry Matter Intake and Yield of Holstein
Cows, by J. B. Holter, J. W. West and M. L. McGilliard|
|1996||#1948, ADRI Activation Domains Contact the Histone Acetyltransferase
GCN5 and the Core Transcriptional Factor TFIIB, by Yueh-Chin Chiang, Philip
Komarnitsky, Dan Chase and Clyde L. Denis|
|1997||#1949, Revision of the Genus Malporus Casey (Coleoptera: Anthicidae:
Anthicinae), by Donald S. Chandler|
|1998||#1969, The NOT proteins are part of the CCR4 transcriptional complex
and affect gene expression both positively and negatively, by Hai-Yan Liu,
Vasudeo Badarinarayana, Deborah C. Audino, Juri Rappsilber, Matthias Mann
and Clyde L. Denis|
|1997||#1957, DBF2, a cell cycle-regulated protein kinase, is physically and
functionally associated with the CCR4 transcriptional regulatory complex, by
Hai-Yan Liu, Jereny H. Toyn, Yueh-Chin Chiang, Michael Pl. Draper, Leland H.
Johnston and Clude L. Denis|
|1998||#1959, Metabolism of Polymines in Transgenic Cells of Carrot
Expressing a Mouse Ornithine Decarboxylase cDNA, by Scott E. Andersen,
Dhundy R. Bastola and Subhash C. Minocha|
|1998||#1965, Immunology: Calcium Dependency of Interleukin-1 Secretion by a
Chicken Macrophage Cell Line, by J. A. Cieszynski, M. A. Qureshi, and R. L.
|1998||#1976, DBF2 Protein Kinase Binds to and Acts through the Cell
Cycle-Regulated MOB1 Protein, by Svetlana Komarnitsky, Yueh-Chin Chiang,
Farncis Luca, Junji Chen, Jeremy Toyn, Mark Winey, Leland Johnston, Clyde
|1999||#1991, Polyamine levels during the development of zygotic and somatic
embryos of Pinus radiata, by Rakesh Minocha, Dale R. Smith, Cathie Reeves,
Kevin D. Steele and Subhash C. Minocha|
|1998||#1993, ADR1-Mediated Transcriptional Activation Requires the Presence
of an Intact TRIID Complex, by Philip Komarnitsky, Edward Klebanow, P.
Anthony Weil, and Clyde Denis|
|1998||#1998, Interference by plastics additives in the HPLC determiniation
of microcystin-LR and -YR, by Miyoshi Ikawa, Nancy Phillips, James F. Haney,
John J. Sasner|
|1999||#2002, Species-specific nuclear and chloroplast single nucleotide
polymorphisms to distinguish Picae glauca, P. Marinan and P. rubens, by J.
Germano and A. S. Klein|
|Box 6, Folder 10||1996||Not Numbered, A High-Temperature Catalytic Oxidation Technique for
Determining Total Dissoved Nitrogen, by J. Merriam, W. H. McDowell, and W.
|1998||Not Numbered, Quantification of Biodegradable Disoved Organic Carbon
in Soil Solution with Flow-Through Bioreactors, by Yuriko Yano, William H.
McDowell, and Nancy E. Kinner|
|1998||Not Numbered, Effects of Chronic Nitrogen Amendments on Production of
Dissolved Organic Carbon and Nitrogen in Forest Soils, by William H.
McDowell, William S. Currie, John D. Aber, and Yuriko Yano|
|1998||Not Numbered, Structural Features of the Noncatalytic cGMP Binding
Sites of Frog Photoreceptor Phosphodiesterase Using cGMP Analogs, by Marcia
C. Hebert, Frank Schwede, Bernd Jastorff, and Rick H. Cote|
|1999||Not Numbered, New Synonymies and Combinations for New World
Pselaphinae (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae), by Donald S. Chandler|
|1999||Not Numbered, Potency and Mechanism of Action of E4021, a Type 5
Phosphodiesterase Isozyme-Selective Inhibitor, on the Photoreceptor
Phosphodiesterase Depend on the State of Activation of the Enzyme, by Marc
R. D'Amours, Alexey E. Granovsky, Nikolai O. Artemyev, and Rick H.
|1999||Not Numbered, cGMP Binding to Noncatalytic Sites on Mammalian Rod
Photoreceptor Phosphodiesterease Is Regulated by Binding of Its v and o
Subunits, by Hongmei Mou, Hector J. Grazio III, Terry A. Cook, Joseph A.
Beavo, and Rick H. Cote|
|1999||Not Numbered, Regulation of photoreceptor phosphodiesterase catalysis
by its non-catalytic cGMP-binding sites, by Marc R. D'Amours and Rick H.
|1999||Not Numbered, Assays for the activities of polyamine biosynthetic
enzymes using intact tissues, by Rakesh Minocha, Stephanie Long, Hisae Maki,
Subhash C. Minocha|
|1999||Not Numbered, Economic Insights into the Siting Problem: An
Application of the Expected Utility Model, by John M. Halstead, Joanna L.
Whitcomb, and Lawrence C. Hamilton|
|1999||Not Numbered, Sizing Up the Competition: Do Burying Beetles Weigh or
Measure Their Opponents? by Sandra S. Safryn and Michelle Pellissier
|1999||Not Numbered, Publication Dates of Papers on the Anthicidae
(Coleoptera), by the Marquis F. T. de LaFerte-Senectere, by Donald S.
|1999||Not Numbered, Revision of the North American Species of Amblyderus
with a Checklist of the World Species (Coleoptera: Anthicidae), by Donald S.
|2000||#2008, Kinetics and Regulation of cGMP Binding to Noncatalytic
Binding Sites on Photoreceptor Phosphodiesterase, by Rick H.
|2000||Not Numbered, Soil C:N ration as a predictor of annual riverine DOC
flus at local and global scales, by J. A. Aitkenhead and W. H.
|2000||Not Numbered, Pigmentation development in hatchery-reared flatfishes,
by J. A. Bolker, and C. R. Hill|
|2000||Not Numbered, Biodegradabel dissolved organic carbon in forest soil
solution and effects of chronic nitrogen deposition, by Y. Yano, W. H.
McDowell, J. D. Aber|
|2000||Not Numbered, Nonmajor Histocompatibility Complex Alloantigen Effects
on the Fate of Rous Sarcomas, by K. T. LePage, W. E. Briles, F. Kopti, and
R. L. Taylor, Jr.|
|2000||Not Numbered, Allelic Complementation Between MHC Haplotypes BQ and
B17 Increases REgression of Rous Sarcomas, by H. L. Senseney, W. E. Brilles,
H. Abplanalp, and R. L. Taylor, Jr.|
|Box 6, Folder 11||2001||#2048, Activity of cyanobacterial and algal odor compounds found in
lake waters on green alga Chlorella pyrenoidosa growth, by Miyoshi Ikawa,
John J. Sasner and James F. Haney|
|2003||#2051, Utilization of Folin-Ciocalteu Phenol Reagent for the
Detection of Certain Nitrogen Compounds, by Miyoshi Ikawa, Timothy D.
Schaper, Catherine A Dollard, and John J. Sasner|
|2001||#2052, Transgenic Manipulation of the Metabolism of Polyamines in
Poplar Cells, by Pratiksha Bhatnagar, Bernadette M. Glasheen, Suneet K.
Bains, Stephanie L. Long, Rakesh Minocha, Christian Walter, and Subhash C.
|2001||#2054, Changes in biosynthesis and degradation of juvenile hormone
during breeding by burying beetles: a reproductive or social role, by
Michelle Pellissier Scott, Stephen T. Trumbo, Paul A. Neese, Woodward D.
Bailey, R. Michael Roe.|
|2002||#2055, Sampling Method and Sample Placement: How Do They Affect the
Accuracy of Remotely Sensed Maps?, by Lucie Plourde and Russell G.
|2000||#2058, Mechanism of Transducin Activation of Frog Rod Photoreceptor
Phosphodiesterase, by Angela W. Norton, Marc R. D'Amours, Hector J. Grazio,
Tracy L. Hebert, and Rick H. Cote|
|2001||#2074, Susceptibility to Spontaneous Atherosclerosis in Pigeons: An
Autosomal Recessive Trait, by S. C. Smith, E. C. Smith, and R. L. Taylor,
|2001||#2075, Susceptibility to Spontaneous Atherosclerosis in Pigeons: An
Autosomal Recessive Trait, by S. C. Smith, E. C. Smith, and R. L. Taylor,
|Box 7, Folder 1||2002||#2076, Heavy Metal Resistance Pattrns of Frankia Strains, by Joel W.
Richards, Gleen D. Krumholz, Matthew S. Chval, and Louis S. Tisa|
|2001||#2079, The Forester's Dilemma: Paradoxes in the Criteria and
Indicators for Sustainable Forestry, by Theodore E. Howard|
|2002||#2080, Alloantigen System L Affects the Outcome of Rous Sarcomas, by
Zdravka Medarova, W. Elwood Briles, and Robert L. Taylor, Jr.|
|2001||#2085, Purification and Characterization of the 1.0 MDa CCR4-NOT
Complex Identifies Two Novel Components of the Complex, by Junji Chen, Juri
Rappsilber, Yueh-Chin Chiang, Pamela Russell Matthias Mann and Clyde L.
|2001||#2088, The Catalytic and GAF Domains of the Rod cGMP
Phosphodiesterase (PDE6) Heterodimer Are Regulated by Distinct Regions of
Its Inhibitory y Subunit, by Hongmei Mou and Rick H. Cote|
|2001||#2089, Expression of Monocyte Chemoattractant Protein-1 and
Distribution of Immune Cell Populations in the Bovine Corpus Luteum
Throughout the Estrous Cycle, by David H. Townson, Cindy L. O'Connor, and
James K. Pru|
|2001||#2090, Relationship of Fertility to Ovarian Follicular Waves before
Breeding in Dairy Cows, by D. H. Townson, P. C. W. Tsang, W. R. Butler, M.
Frajblat, L. C. Griel, Jr., C. J. Johnson, R. A. Milvae, G. M. Niksic, and
J. L. Pate|
|2002||#2091, Melanin Production and Use as a Soluble Electron Shuttle for
Fe(III) Oxide Reduction and as a Terminal Electron Acceptor by Shewanella
algae BrY, by Charles E. Turick, Louis S. Tisa, and Frank Caccavo,
|2002||#2092, A New Genus of Notoxini Based on the elegans and schenklingi
Groups of Mecynotarsus (Coleoptera: Anthicidae), by Donald S.
|2002||#2098, Lactoferrin Supplementation to Dairy Calves, by R. S. Joslin,
P. S. Erickson, H. M. Santoro, N. L. Whitehouse, C. G. Schwab, and J. J.
|2002||#2099, Genetic Manipulation of the Metabolism of Polyamines in Poplar
Cells. The Regulation of Putrescine Catabolism, by Pratiksha Bhatnagar,
Rakesh Minocha, and Subhash C. Minocha|
|Box 7, Folder 2||2001||#2102, Regulation of Photoreceptor Phosphodiesterase (PDE6) by
Phosphorylation of Its Inhibitory y Subunit Re-evaluated, by Michael J.
Paglia, Hongemei Mou, and Rick H. Cote|
|2002||#2106, Case Study: NaCl Addition to the top Layer of Corn Ensiled in
Bunker Silos, by A.M. McLaughlin, P.S. Erickson, PAS, J.S. Hussey, E. D.
Reid, and J.A. Tanguay|
|2002||#2107, Mutational Analysis of the Ethylene Receptor ETR1. Role of the
Histidine Kinase Domain in Dominant Ethylene Insersitivity, by Rebekah L
Gamble, Ziang Qu, and G. Eric Schaller|
|2002||#2109, Genetic Manipulatin of plyamine metabolism in poplar II:
effects of bio-synthesis, by Yi Quan, Rakesh Minocha, Subhash C.
|2002||#2111, CCR4, a 3'-5' poly(A) RNA and ssDNA exonuclease is the
catalytic component of the cytoplasmic deadenylase, by Junji Chen, Yueh-Chin
Chiang and Clyde L. Denis.|
|2004||#2112, Physicological responses of wild type and
putrescine-overproducing transgenic cells of popular to variations in the
form and concentration of nitrogenin the medium, by Rakesh Minocha, Jae Soon
Lee, Stephanie Long, Pratiksha Bhatnagar and Subhash C. Minocha|
|2002||#2113, Secretion of Monocyte Chemoattractant Protein-1 by Endothelial
Cells of the Bovine Corpus Luteum: REgulation by Cytokines But Not
Prostaglandin F2a, by Vicoria A. Cavicchio, James K. Pru, Benjamin S. Davis,
Bo R. Rueda|
|2002||#2115, Localization of the Ethylene Receptor ETR1 to the Edoplasmic
Reticulum of Arabidopsis, by Y-Feng Chen, Melynda D. Rnadlett, Jennifer L.
Findell, and G. Eric Schaller|
|2002||#2120, Embryonic and Larval Staging of Summer Floundre (Paralichtys
dentatus), by Gabriela M. Martinez and Jessica A. Bolker|
|Box 7, Folder 3||2002||#2121, Germination and physiological preperties of Frankia spores, by
Glenn D. Krumholz, Matthew S. Chval, Mark J. McBride, and Louis S.
|2002||#2123, Effect of electroporation conditions on cell viability of
Frankia Eul1c, by Anna K. Myers, and Louis S. Tisa|
|2003||#2124, Isolation of antibiotic-resistant and antimetabolite-resistant
mutants of Frankia strains Eul1c and Cc1.17, by Anna K. Myers and Louis S.
|2003||#2126, Effect of growth conditions on the motility of Photorhabdus
temperata, by Meggan M. Hodgson, Brandye Day, Donald J. White, Louis S.
|Box 7, Folder 4||2003||#2133, Small-scale invasio pattern, spread rate and lag-phase
behavior of Rhamnus frangula L. by Brian Frappier, Thomas D. Lee, Kari F.
Olson, and Robert T. Eckert|
|2004||#2134, Utilizing the USDA PLANTS database to predict exotic woody
plant invasiveness in New Hampshire, by Brian Fappier, Robert T.
|2002||#2136, Use of artificial nests to investigate predation on freshwater
turtle nests, by Michael N. Marchand, John S. Litvaitis, Thomas J. Maier,
and Richard M. DeGraaf|
|2002||#2137, Supplemental Lactoferrin Improves Health and Growth of
Holstein Calves during the Preweaning Phase, by E.D. Robblee, P.S. Erickson,
N.L. Whitehouse, A.M. McLaughlin, C.G. Schwab, J.J. Rejman, and R.E.
|2002||#2138, Effect of Ethylene Pathway Mutations upon Expression of the
Ethylene Receptor ETR1 from Arabidopsis, by Xue-Chu Zhao, Xizng Qu, Dennis
E. Mathews, and G. Eric Schaller|
|2002||#2139, Dissolved organic matter in soils--future directions and
unanswered questions, by William H. McDowell|
|2003||#2141, Potential Impacts of the Invasive Exotic Shrub Rhamnus
Frangula L. (Glossy Buckthorn) on Forests of Southern New Hampshire, by
Brian Frappier, Robert T. Eckert, and Thomas D. Lee|
|2003||#2143, Alloantigen System L Affects Antibody Responses, by Zdravka O.
Medarova, W. Elwood Briles and Robert L. Taylor, Jr.|
|2003||#2146, Resistance, Susceptibility, and Immunity to Cecal Coccidiosis:
Effects of B Complex and Alloantigen System L1, by Z. Medarova, W.E. Briles,
and R.L. Taylor, Jr.|
|2003||#2147, Changes in the cellular content of plyamines in different
tissues of seed and fruit of a normal and a hull-less seed variety of
pumpkin during development, by Todd N. Bezold, J. Brent Loy, Subhash C.
|2003||#2148, Electron transfer from Shewanella algae BrY to hydrous ferric
oxide is mediated by cell-associated melanin, by Charles E. Turick, F.
Caccavo Je., Louis S. Tisa|
|Box 7, Folder 5||2005||#2150, Molecular analysis of the hill-less seed trait in pumpkin:
expression profiles of genes related to seed coat development, by Todd N.
Bezold, Dennis Mathews, J. Brent Loy, and Subhash C. Minocha|
|2003||#2153, Immunological functions of avian alloantigens, by Z. Medarova,
W.E. Briles, and R.L. Taylor, Jr|
|2005||#2158, Diet and Serum Carotenoid Concentrations Affect Macular
Pigment Optical Density in Adults 45 Years and Older, by Joanne D. Burke,
Joanne Curran- Celentano, and Adam J. Wenzel|
|2004||#2162, Characteristics of PHotoreceptor PDE (PDE6): similarities and
differences to PDE5, by RH Cote|
|2002||#2167, Polymorphonuclear leukocyte migration across model intestianl
epithelia enhances Salmonella typhimurium killing via the epithelial derived
cytokine, IL-6, by William J. Nadeau, thomas G. Pistole, Beth A
|2004||#2169, Major Histocompatibility (B) Complex Control of REsponses
Against Rous Sarcomas, by R. L. Taylor, Jr.|
|2003||#2172, Characterization of Proteins in Feeds, by C.G. Schwab, T.P.
Tylutki, R.S. Ordway, C. Sheaffer, and M.D. Stern|
|2004||#2196, Major Histocompatiblity B Complex Control of Responses Against
Rous Sarcomas, by R. L. Taylor, Jr.|
|2004||#2198, Inheritance of Flower Color in Anagallis monelli L., by
Rosanna Freyre and Robert J. Griesbach.|
|Box 7, Folder 6||2004||#2201, Analysis of Gene Expression in Trasgenic Plants, by Andrew F.
Page and Subhash C. Minocha.|
|2006||#2202, Iron Form and Concentration Affect Nutrition of
Container-grown Pelargonium and Calibrachoa. By Ron M. Wik, Paul R. Fisher,
and Dean A Kpesell|
|2004||#2203, A New Species of the genus Actium (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae:
Pselaphinae) from boreal old-growth forests of Quebec, Canada, by Donald S.
Chandler and Pierre Paquin|
|2004||#2204, Nomenclatorial Notes, New Synonyms, and New Species of New
World Notoxinae (Coleoptera: Anthicidae), by Donald S. Chandler and Gianluca
|2004||#2207, Variation in Lutein, B-carotene, and Chlorophyll
Concentrations among Brassica oleracea Cultigens and Seasons, by Dean A.
Kopsell, David E. Kopsell, Mark G. Lefsrud, Joanne Curran-Clemtano, and
Laura E. Dukach.|
|2004||#2218, Meabolic Capacity of Purified Vesicles from Frankia EAN1pec,
by Louis S. Tisa, and Joel W. Richards|
|2004||#2219, Effects of chronic nitrogen amendment on dissolved orgainc
matter and inorganic nitrogen in soil solution, by William H. McDowell,
Alison H. Magill, Jacqueline A. Aitkenhead-Peterson, John D. Aber, Jeffrey
L. Merriam, Sujay S. Kaushal|
|2004||#2237, OmpD but not OmpC is involved in adherence of Salmonella
enterica serovar Typhimurium to human cells, by Bochiwe Hara-Kaonga and
Thomas G. Pistole|
|2004||#2238, Cooperative Expression of Monocyte Chemoattractant Protein 1
Within the bovine Corpus Luteum: Evidence of Immune Cell-Endothelial Cell
Interactions in a Coculture System, by Amy R. Liptak, Brian T. Sullivan,
Luiz E. Henkes, Missaka P.B. Wijayagunawardane, Akio Miyamoto, John S.
Davis, Bo R. Rueda, and David H. Townson.|
|2004||#2239, Artificial Hybridizations in Five Species of Chilean Nolana
(Solanaceae)by Rosanna Freyre and Amy C. Douglas, Michael O.
|Box 7, Folder 7||2004||#2242, Determining the Affinities of Salt Marsh Fucoids unisng
Microsatellite Markers, by Aaron L. Wallace, Anita S. Klein and Arthur C.
|2004||#2250, Evaluation of the 17-kDa Prenyl-binding Protein as a
Regulatory Protein for Phototransduction in Retinal Photoreceptors, by
Angela W. Norton, Suzanne Hosier, Jennifer M. Terew, Ning Li, Anuradha
Dhingra, Noga Vardi, Wolfgang Bachr, and Rick H. Cote |
|2005||#2252, cGMP Signaling in Vertebrate Retinal Photoreceptor Cells, by
Xiujun Zhang and Rick H. Cote|
|2005||#2256, A Revision of the New World Cyclodinus Mulsant & Rey
(Coleoptera: Anthicidae) by Donald S. Chandlere|
|Box 7, Folder 8||2005||#2262, Major Histocompatibilitiy (B) Complex Gene Dose Effects on
Rous Sarcoma Virus Tumor Growth, by T.A. Tupick, S.E. Bloom and R.L. Taylor,
|2005||#2266, Pigmentation development, defects, and patterning in summer
flounder (Paralichtys dentatus) by Jessica A. Bolker, Tanya F. Hakala,
Judith E. Quist|
|2006||#2270, A dual florescence flow cytometric analysis of bacterial
adherence to mammalian host cells. By Bochiwe Hara-Kaonga, Thomas G.
|2007||#2278, Skeletal and Pigmentation Defects following Retinoic Acid
Exposure in Larval Summer Flounder, Paralichthys dentatus, by Gabriela
Martinez, Michael Baron, and Jessica Bolker|
|2006||#2280, Identification and cloning of a glycoprotein hormone receptor
from sea lamprey, Petromyzon marinus>/em>|
|2007||#2289, The effects of genetic manipulation of putrescine biosynthesis
on transcription and actvities of the other polyamine biosynthetic enzymes.
By Andrew F. Page, Sridev Mohapatra, Rakesh Minocha, and Subhash C.
|2006||#2293, The mayflies (Ephemeroptera) of New Hampshire: Seasonality and
Diversity of the Steram Fauna. By Donald S. Chandler, Greg D. Whitmore,
STeven K. Burian, and John F. Burger|
|2006||#2300, Immune cell--endothelial cell interactions in the bovine
corpus luteum. By David H. Townson|
|2007||#2303, An improved method for estimating R-phycoerythrin and
R-phycocyanin contents from crude aqueous extracts of Porphyra (Bangiales,
Rhodophyta), by Priya Sampath-Wiley, Christopher D. Neefus|
|2007||#2311, The GacA global regulator of Vibrio fischeri is required for
normal host tissue responses that limit subsequent bacterial colonization.
By Cheryl A. Whistier, Tanya A. Koropatnick, Amber Pollack, Margaret J.
McFall-Ngai and Edward G. Ruby|
|2007||#2317, A Morphological and molecular investigation of the Porphyra
purpurea (Bangiales, Rhodophyta) complex in the Northwest Atlantic. By Troy
L. Bray, Christopher D. Neefus and Arthur C. Mathieson|
|Box 7, Folder 9||2008||#2320, Comparative reliability and sensitivity of different methods
for assessing treatment efffects on sperm production, by William E.
|2007||#2321, Effect of Incremental Urea Suppliementation of a Conventional
Corn Silage-Based Diet on Ruminal Ammonia Concentration and Symthesis of
Microbial Protein, by S. E. Boucher, R. S. Ordway, N.L. Whitehouse, F. P.
Lundy, P. J. Kononoff, and C. G. Schwabn|
|2008||#2323, An Historical Comparison of Seaweed Populations from Casco
Bay, Maine, by Arthur Mathieson, Edward Hehre, Clinton Dawes and Christopher
|2008||#2331, Changes i npolyamines, inorganic ions and glutamine synthetase
activity in response to nitrogen availability and form in red spruce (Picea
rubens), by Michelle Serapiglia, Rakesh Minocha and Subhash
|2008||#2340, Pastures of Plenty, by John E. Carroll|
|2007||#2343, Antibody Response Against Sheep Red Blood Cells in Lines
Congenic for Major Histocompatibility (B) Complex Recombinants, by E. S.
Schulten, L. M. Yates, and R. L. Taylor, Jr.|
|2008||#2344, The Distribution, Morphology, and Ecology of Three Introduced
Asiatic Species of Porphyra (Bangliales, Rhodophyta) in the Northwestern
Atlantic, by Christopher Neefus, Arthur Mathieson, Troy Bray and Charles
|2008||#2349, Microvascular Endothelial Cells of the Bovine Corpus Luteum: A
Comparative Examination of the Estrous Cycle and Pregnancy, by Jessica Ann
Cherry, Xiaoying Hou, Bo Ruben Rueda, John S. Davis, and David H.
|Box 7, Folder 10||2008||#2360, Seasonal effects of sun exposure and emersion on intertidal
seaweed physicology, by Priya Sampath-Wiley, Christopher Neefus, Leland
|2008||#2367, Nitric Oxide and Oxygen Regulate Truncated Hemoglobin Gene
Expression in Frankia Strain Cc13, by James Niemann, and Louis
|2009||#2376, A landmark contribution to poultry science--immunological
function of the bursa of Fabricius, by R.L. Taylor, Jr. and F.M. McCorkle,
|2009||#2378, Embryonic muscle development in direct and indirect developing
marine flatworms (Platyhelminthes, Polycladida) by D. Marcela Bolanos and
Marian K. Litvaitis|
|2009||#2379, Rous sarcoma growth in lines congenic for major
histocompatibility (B) complex recombinants, by E. S. Schulten, W. E.
Briles, and R. L. Taylor Jr.|
|2009||#2381, Future of Poultry Science Symposium: The Future of poultry
science research: Things I think I think, by R.L. Taylor Jr.|
|2009||#2383, Lectotypification of Porphyra elongata Kylin (Bangiales,
Rhodophyta) and proposed synonymy of Porphyra rosengurttii Coll et Cox, by
Christopher Neefus and Juliet Brodie|
|2009||#2384, Transgenic manipulation of a single polyamine in poplar cells
affects the accumulation of all amino acids, by Sridev Mohapatra, Subhask C.
Minocha, S. Long, R. Minocha|
|2010||#2384, Inhibition of 5'-methylthioadenosine metabolism in the Yang
cycle alters polyamine levels, and impairs seedling growth and reproduction
in Arabidopsis, by Subhash Minocha, et al|
|Box 7, Folder 11||2009||#2404, Anionic salts in the prepartum diet and addition of sodium
bicarbonate to colostrum replacer, and their effects on immunoglobulin G
absorption in the neonate, by K.M. Morrill, S.P. Marston, N.L. Whitehouse,
C.G. Schwab, P.S. Erickson|
|2009||#2407, Polyamines and cellular metabolism in plants: transgenic
approaches reveal differnt responses to diamine putrescine versus higher
polyamines spermidine and spermine, by S.C. Minocha, et al|
|2010||#2411, The response of high and lwo polyamine-producing cell lines to
aluminum and calcium stress, by S. Mohapatra, S. Cherry, R. Minocha, R.
Majumdar, P. Thangavel, S. Minocha|