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BARTELLI,



L.



J.:

TECHNICAL C L A S S I F I C A T I O N SYSTEM FOR S O I L SURVEY I N T E R P R E T ATION, ( 3 0 ) 2 4 7

B A U E R , n . E.:

R O L E OF R E M O T E SENSING IN DETERMINING

T H E DISTRIBUTION

AND

Y I E L D O F CROPS, (27) 271

BEACHELL, H . fl.:

S E E ADAIR, C. R . ,

E T AL.,

(14) 6 1

BECRETT, P.:

C R I T I C A L CATION A C T I V I T Y R A T I O S , ( 2 4 ) 3 7 9

BEGG, J . E . , AND TURNER, N

C.:

CROP WATER D E F I C I T S , ( 2 8 ) 1 6 1

BENNETT, C. A,:

S E E ADAflS, J . E.,

ET A L . ,

(2) 50

BERGER. K. C.:

BORON I N S O I L S AND CROPS. Ill 3 2 1

B E R N A R D , R . L.:

SEE JOHNSON, A . w.,

(i4j i49

BERTRAND, A. R.:

S E E PARR, J. F.,

(12) 311

BLASER, R . E.,

SKRDLA, W. H . ,

AND TAYLOR, T. H:

ECOLOGICAL AND P H Y S I O L O G I C A L

FACTORS I N COMPOUNDING FORAGE S E E D R I R T U F E S , ( 4 ) 1 7 9

G E N E S I S AND flANAGEMENT O F A C I D S U L F A T E

BLOOMFIELD, c., A N D COULTER, J. K.:

S O I L S , (25) 265

BOHART, G. E.:

S E E GARRISON, C. S.,

ET AL.,

(12) 41

BOULDIN, D. R . :

S E E TESNAN, G. L . , ET AL.,

(14) 265

BOUWER, H.,

AND CHANEY, B. 1.: LAND T R E A T N E N I O F WASTEWATER, ( 2 6 ) 1 3 3

BOYER, J . 5.. AND MC PHERSON, H . G.:

PHYSIOLOGY O F WATER D E F I C I T S I N CEREAL

CROPS, (27) 1

BREMNER, J . M.:

S E E HAUCK, R. D.,

(28) 219

BRESLER, E.:

TRICKLE-DRIP IRRIGATION:

P R I N C I P L E S AND A P P L I C A T I O N TO S O I L WATER MANAGEMENT. 129) 3U3

B R O A D B E N T , F. E:

SOIL ORGANIC-FRACTION, (5) 153

BROOKS, H. J., FOGLE, H. W., A N D MC KAY, J. W.:

PROGRESS AND PROBLEMS I N

T R E E F R U I T A N D NUT PRODUCTION,

(17) 283

BROWN, J . C.:

I R O N C H L O R O S I S I N PLANTS, ( 1 3 ) 3 2 9

BROUNELL, J. R.:

S E E CRIINES, D. L.,

E T AL.,

( 2 2 ) 331

BULA, R . J.:

S E E MC CLOUD, D. E . , ET AL.,

(16) 1

BURPON, G. W. : A D A P T A B I L I T Y A N D B R E E D I N G O F S U I T A B L E G P A S S E S FOR T H E

SOUTHEASTERN S T A T E S , ( 3 ) 1 9 7

AND POWELL, J. 8.:

P E A R L M I L L E T B R E E D I N G AND C Y T O G E N E T I C S ,

BURPON, G. W . ,

(20) 49

S 3 E R U S S E L L , M. B.,

ET AL.,

(11) 1

BURTON, G. W.:

BURTON, G . W.:

S E E R U S S S L L , M. B.,

(11) 1



C

CADY, J. G . :

S E E S I V A R A J A S I N G H A N , S.,

ET AL.,

(24) 1

CADY, J . G . :

S E E C A N I E L S , R . 8.. ET A L . , ( 2 3 ) 5 1

C A R L I S L E , F. J.:

S E E GROSSMAN, R. 8..

(21) 237

CARMEAN, W. H . :

F O R E S T S I T E Q U A L I T Y EVALUATION I N T H E U N I T E D S T A T E S , ( 2 7 ) 2 0 9

C A R I T E R , J. L.,

A N D HARTWIG, E. E.:

THE MANAGEMENT OF SOYBEANS, ( 1 4 ) 3 5 9

CARY, J . W.:

S E E MAYLAND, H. F.,

(22) 203

CESCAS. a. e . , T Y N E R , E. H . , A N D G R A Y , L . J . :

ELECTRON MICROPROBE X - R A Y

ANALYZER A N D U S E I N S O I L I N V E S T I G A T I O N S , (20) 1 5 3

CHANEY, R . L.:

S E E BOUWSR, H.,

(26) 133

CHENEY, H. B.,

ET AL. : F I E L D CROP PRODUCTION AND S O I L MANAGEMENT I N THE

P A C I F I C NORTHWEST, ( 8 ) 1

THE P H Y S I C S O F W I N D E R O S I O N A N D I T S

C H E P I L , W. S . , A N D WOODROFF. N. P:

CONTROL, ( 1 5 ) 2 1 1

C H E P I L , W . S.:

S E E OLSON, R. V.,

ET AL.,

( 1 0 ) 56

CHESNIN, L.:

S E E BAKER, D. E..

(27) 305

C H E S T E R S , G.:

S E E HARRIS, R. F.,

ET AL.,

(18) 107

C H I L D S , E. C . , AND COLLIS-GEORGE,

N.:

CCNTROL O F S O I L WATER, ( 2 ) 2 3 3

C H R I S T E N S E N . J. J.:

S E E CULBERTSON. J. 0.. E T AL..

(6) 161

CHRISTIAN,

K. R . :

EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENT C N GROWTH OF. ALFALFA, ( 2 9 ) 1 8 3

CLARK, F . E.:

S O I L MICROORGANISMS AND PLANT ROOTS, ( 1 ) 2 4 1

CLARK, F. E.,

A N D PAUL, E. A.:

flICROFLORA O F GRASSLAND, ( 2 2 ) 3 7 5

CLINE, A. J . :

S E E JOHNSON, D. D . ,

(17) 233

S E E MC KEAGUE, J. A.,

(15) 339

C L I N E , M. G.:

CLINE, M . G.:

S E E S I V A R A J A S I N G H A M , S . , ET AL.,

(110 1

C O I L E , T. S. : S O I L AND GROWTH O F F O R E S T S , ( 4 ) 3 2 9

COLEMAN, N . T . , KAMPRATH, E. J.,

A N D UEED, 5 . B.:

L I B I N G , (10) 475

COLEMAN, N . T . :

S E E MEHLICH, A . ,

(4) 6 7



AUTHOR INDEX FOR VOLUMES 1-30

COLLIS-GEORGE, N.:

S E E C H I L D S , E. C.,

(2) 2 3 3

COOK, R . L . , A N D D A V I S , J. F.:

THE R E S I f U A L EFFECT OF F E R E T I L I Z E R , ( 9 ) 2 0 5

COOK, R. 1.: S E E LAWTON, K.,

(6) 253

COONS, G. H . , OWEN, F . V . ,

A N D STEWART, D.:

INPROVEMENT O F T B E SUGAR BEET

I N THE UNITED S T A T E S , ( 7 ) 89

COOPER, C. S . :

GROWTH O F THE LEGUME S E E D L I N G , ( 2 9 ) 1 1 9

COPE, W. A.:

S E E HENSON, P . R . , ET AL.,

( 9 ) 142

COULTER, J. K.:

S E E BLOOMFIELD, C..

( 2 5 ) 265

COWAN, J . R.:

TALL FESCUE, ( 8 ) 2 8 3

C R A F T S , A. S . , A N D HARVEY, W. A.:

WEED CONTROL, ( 1 ) 2 8 9

CREECH, J . L..

AND R E I T Z , L. P.: PLANT GERN PLASH NOW AND FOR TONORROA, ( 2 3 )

CREECH, R. G.:

CARBOHYDRATE S Y N T H E S I S I N N A I Z E , ( 2 0 ) 2 7 5

CIJLBERTSON, J. O.,

ET AL.:

SEED-FLAX I M P R O V E I E N T , ( 6 ) 143



1



D

S O I L ORGANIC PHOSPHORUS, ( 2 9 ) 83

A N D ROBERTS, E. C.:

TURFGRASS NANAGEMENT I N THE U N I T E D S T A T E S ,

(18) 259

DANIELS, R. B., GANBLE, E. E.,

AND CADY, J. G.:

RELATION BETWEEN GEOMORPHOLOGY AND S O I L MORPHOLOGY A N D G E N E S I S , ( 2 3 ) 5 1

DANIELSON, L. L.:

S E E E N N I S , A. B.,

JR.,

E T AL.,

(15) 161

D A V I S , D. D.:

HYBRID COTTON:

S P E C I F I C PROBLEES AND P O T E N T I A L S , ( 3 0 ) 1 2 9

D A V I S , J. P.:

S E E COOK, R. L.,

(9) 205

D A V I S , H. 8.:

S E E PIC K I B B I N , R. R . ,

ET AL.,

( 5 ) 366

DAVISON, K. L . :

S E E WRIGHT. N . J . , ( 1 6 ) 1 9 7

DAWSON, J. E.:

ORGANIC S O I L S , ( 8 ) 377

DEAN, 1. A . :

F I X A T I O N OP S O I L PHOSPHORUS, ( 1 ) 3 9 1

DE MENT. J. D.:

S E E MARTIN. J . P.

ET AL..

(71 1

D E X T E R , . ~ . T.:

EVALUATION OF C R O P P L A N T S FOR 'WINTER

HARDINESS,

(8) 2 0 3

DOBEREINER, J.:

S E E NEYRA, C. A . ,

(29) 1

DOLL, E. C.:

S E E KHASAWNEH, F. E.,

(30) 159

DOLL, J. P.:

S E E HUNSON, R. D.,

(11) 133

DONALD, C. M.:

C O M P E T I T I O N BETWEEN CROP AND PASTURE PLANTS, ( 1 5 ) 1

DONALD, C. M . :

S E E S T E P H E N S , C. G..

( 1 0 ) 167

DONALD, C. M.,

A N D HAMBLIN, J.:

B I O L O G I C A L Y I E L D A N D HARVEST I N D E X

OF CEREALS AS AGRONOBIC A N D PLANT BREEDING C R I T E R I A , ( 2 8 ) 3 6 1

DRAGAN-BULARDA, M . :

S E E K I S S , S . , ET AL.,

(27) 25

DUDLEY, J. W.:

S E E HAGEMAN, R . H.,

ET AL.,

( 1 9 ) U5

DUNGAN, G. H.,

LANG, A . L . , A N D PENDLETON, J. W.:

CORN PLANT POPULATION I N

RELATION TO S O I L P R O D U C T I V I T Y , ( 1 0 ) 4 3 5

D U N B A I , R . S.:

S E E CULBERTSON, J. O.,

E T AL.,

(6) 168

DALAL, R . C.:

DANIEL, W. H . ,



.



E

ET AL.,

( 2 ) 11

EATON, F. M. : S E E ADAMS, J. E.,

EDMINSTER, T . W . ,

AND MILLER, H. F . , J E . :

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS I N AGRICULTURAL

MACHINERY, ( 1 1 ) 1 7 1

ELLIS, R.,

J R . , A N D A D A M S , R. S . , J R . :

CONTANINATION O F S O I L S BY PETROLEUM

HYDRCCARBONS, ( 1 3 ) 1 9 7

ENGELSTAD, 0 . P . , A N D RUSSEL, D. A.:

F E R T I L I Z E R S FOR USE UNDER T R O P I C A L

C O N D I T I O N S . (271 1 7 5

ENNIS,

W. B., J R . :

WEED.CONTROL I N T H E PRINCIPAL CROPS OF T H E S O U T H E R N UNITED

STATES, (7) 251

E N N I S , W. 6 . . JR., E T AL.:

IMPACT O F CHEMICAL WEED CONTROL ON FARN BANAGEMENT P R A C T I C E S , ( 1 5 ) 1 6 1

E N S g I N G E R , L . E . , A N D PEARSON, R . W . :

S O I L NITROGEN, ( 2 ) 8 1

ENSMINGER, L. E.:

S E E JORCAN, H. V . ,

(10) 407

ERLANSON, C . 0 . ;

S E E HODGE, W. H . ,

( 7 ) 189

EVANS, L. T . , A N D WARDLAW, I. F.:

ASPECTS O F THE COEPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY O P

GRAIN Y I E L D I N CEREALS, ( 2 8 ) 3 0 1

EVENSON, J . P . :

S E E PLUCKNETT, D. L . , ET AL.,

(22) 2 8 5



F

S E E MITCHELL, B. D.,

FARMER, V. C.:

FARNHAM, R. S., A N D FINNEY, H . R . :

S O I L S , (17) 115



ET AL.,

(16) 3 2 7

C L A S S I F I C A T I O N AND P R O P E R T I E S O F ORGANIC



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FELBECK, G. T., JR.:

STRUCTURAL CHEMISTRY OF S O I L HUMIC SUBSTANCES, ( 1 7 ) 3 2 7

FERGUS, E. N.,

A N D HOLLOWELL, E. A,:

RED CLOVER, ( 1 2 ) 3 6 5

FINNEY. H . R.:

SEE FARNHAM, R. S . ,

( 1 7 ) 115

F I T T S , J. W.,

A N D NELSON, W . 1.: DETERlINATION OF LIME A N D F E R T I L I Z E R REQUIREMENTS OF S O I L S THROUGH CHEMICAL TESTS, ( 8 ) 241

FLOR, H. H.:

SEE CULBERTSON, J. O., ET AL.,

(6) 152

FOGLE, H. W.:

S E E BROOKS, H. J., ET AL.,

(17) 283

FOOTE, A . H.:

SEE CHENEY, H. B., ET A t . ,

(8) 1

S E E PETESSON, G. A . ,

( 2 5 ) 327

FOSTER, A. E.:

FOY, C. L.;

S E E HALE, M. G . ,

( 2 3 ) 89

FREAR, D. S., ET AL.:

BEHAVIOR OF HERBICIDES I N PLANTS, ( 2 4 ) 3 2 7

S E E AHLGREN, G. H.,

(2) 2 0 7

FUELLEMAN, R. F.:

MC &LISTER, D. F . , A N D METCALFE, D. S.:

AGRONORY I N THE SOUTHFULLER, W. H.,

WESTERN UNITED STATES, ( 1 2 ) 197

G



GAINES, J. C.:

S E E ADAHS. J. E.,

ET AL.,

(2) 3 2

GAMBLE, E. E.:

S E E DANIELS, R. B.,

ET AL.,

(23) 51

GARRISON, C. S . :

TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES I N GRASS A N D LEGUME SEED PRODUCTIDN

A N D TESTING, ( 1 2 ) 4 1

SEE IDSO, S . B., ET AL.,

( 1 8 ) 171

GATES, D . 8.:

GEDDES, W. F.:

S E E CULBERTSON, J . 0.. ET AL.,

(6) 145

GERRETSEN, F. C.:

SEE MULDER. E. G.,

(4) 221

GIESEKING, J. E.:

CLAY MINERALS I N S O I L S , ( 1 ) 1 5 9

GILBERT, F. A.:

COPPER I N NUTRITION, ( U ) 147

G O R Z , H. J.:

SEE SMITH, W. K.,

( 1 7 ) 16U

GOULDEN, C. H.:

S E E MC K I B B I N , R. R.,

ET AL.,

( 5 ) 322

GRABLE, A . R.:

S O I L AERATION AND PLANT GROWTH. ( 1 8 ) 5 7

G R A Y , 1. J.:

S E E CESCAS, M . P., ET AL..

(20) 153

GREACEN, E. L.:

S E E BARLEY, K. P.,

(19) 1

GREENLAND, D . J.:

SEE SWINGER, G. D.,

ET AL.,

(21) 1 9 5

GREENWOOD, E., A. N.:

NITROGEN STRESS I N PLANTS, (28) 1

G R I F F I T H , D. R.:

SEE RICHEY, C . B., ET AL.,

(29) 141

GROSSMAN, R. 8.. AND CARLISLE, F. J.:

FRAGIPAN S O I L S OF THE EASTERN UNITED

STATES, (21) 2 3 7

GRUNES, D. L.:

EFFECT OF NITROGEN ON AVAILABILITY O F S O I L A N D

F E R T I L I Z E R PHOSPHORUS TO PLANTS, ( 1 1 ) 3 6 9

GRUNES, D. L., STOUT, P. R., A N D BROWNELL, J. R.:

GRASS TETANY OF RUMINANTS,

(22) 3 3 1



H

A. L. : NEW GRASSES A N D LEGUMES FOR S O I L AND WATER CONSERVATION,

(10) 349

H A G A N , R . 1.: SEE RUSSELL, n. B., ET AL.,

(2) 7 7

HAGEMAN, R. H.,

LENG, E. R . , A N D DUDLEY, J. W.:

A BIOCHEMICAL APPROACH

TO CORN BREEDING. 119) 45

HAISE, H. R . :

S E E OLSON, R. v ; , ' E T ' A L . ,

(10) 47

FACTORS AFFECTING ROOT EXUDATION,

H A L E , n. G . , FOY, c. L., A N D SHAY, P. J.:

(23) 89

HAPIELIN, J.:

S E E DONALD, C. M.,

(28) 3 6 1

HANDRECK, K. A.:

SEE JONES, L. H. P.,

(19) 107

HANSCHE, P. E.:

S E E ALLARD, R . W.,

(16) 281

BARDISON, J. R . :

S E E GARRISON, C. S.,

(12) 4 1

HARLAN, J. R.:

SEE OLSON, R . V.,

ET AL.,

( 1 0 ) 15

MINERALIZATION OF ORGANIC NITROGEN

HARBSEN, G. H . , A N D V A N SCHREVEN, D. A.:

I N S O I L , (7) 299

PROBLEMS A N D PROGRESS OF S O I L CONSERVATION, ( 3 ) 2 6 5

HARPER, H . J.:

HARRAR. J. . G. : A PATTERN FOR INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION I N AGRICULTURE, ( 6 ) 9

HARRIS, R. F., CHESTERS, G . ,

A N D ALLEN, 0. N.,:

DYNAMICS O F S O I L AGGREGATION.

(18) 1 0 7

S E E RYDEI, J. C.,

ET AL..

(25) 1

HARRIS, E. F.:

BARTPIG. E. E.:

S E E CARTTER, J. L.,

( 1 4 ) 359

AARVEY, P. .H., LEVINGS, C. S.,

( 3 ) AND UERNSMAN, E. As:

ROLE OF EXTRACHROMOSOMAL INHERITANCE I N PLANT BREEDING, (2&) 1

HAFENRICBTER,



AUTHOR INDEX FOR VOLUMES 1-30



17



HARVEY, 1. A.:

S E E CRAFTS, A. S.,

(1) 289

H A R W A R D , n. E.:

S E E W A D A , K.,

(26) 211

HA'ICK, R. D.,

AND BRERNER, J. n.:

U S E O F TRACERS FOR S O I L A N D F E R T I L I Z E R

NITROGEN RESEARCH, ( 2 8 ) 21 9

HAYWARD, H . E.,

A N D WADLEIGH, C. H.:

PLANT GROWTH ON S A L I N E AND A L K A L I S O I L S ,



(1) 1



S E E T I N G , I. P . ,

(27) 89

S E E WILLEY, R. W.,

(21) 281

S E E HEGGESTAD, H. E . ,

(23) 1 1 1

E.,

AND HECK, W. W.:

NATURE, EXTENT, A N D V A R I A T I O N O F PLANT

R E S P O N S E TO AIR POLLUTANTS, (23) 1 1 1

HEHN, E. R.,

AND BARMORE, M. A.:

BREEDING WHEAT FOR Q U A L I T Y , (17) 85

H E I N R I C H S , D. H.:

C R E E P I N G A L F A L F A S , (15) 317

HELLING,

C . S . , KEARNEY, P . C., AND ALEXANDER, M.:

BEHAVIOR O F P E S T I C I D E S I N

S O I L S , (23) 147

HEMWALL, J. B.:

THE F I X A T I O N O F PHOSPHORUS BY S O I L S , (9) 95

HENDERSON, D. W.:

S E E R U S S E L L , 1. B.,

E T AL.,

(11) 77

HENSON, P. R.,

E T AL.:

L E S P E D E Z A S , (9) 113

HENSON, P . R.:

S E E SEANEY, R . R.,

(22) 119

HEYNE. E. G.:

S E E OLSON, R. V.,

ET AL.,

(10) 8

H I D E , J. C.:

S E E OLSON, R. V . ,

ET AL.,

(10) 23

HODGE, W. H.,

AND ERLANSON, C. 0.:

PLANT INTRODUCTION AS A FEDERAL S E R V I C E

T O AGRICULTURE, (7) 189

HODGES, T . K.:

I O N A B S O R P T I O N BY PLANT ROCTS, (25) 163

HODGSON, J. F.:

CHEMISTRY O F T H E M I C R O N U T R I E N T ELEMENTS I N S O I L S , (15) 119

HODGSON, R. H.:

S E E FREAR, D. S . , E T AL.,

(24) 327

HOFFMAN, W . f l . :

S E E TERflAN, G. L.,

ET AL.,

(16) 59

HOLLOWELL, E. A.:

S E E FERGUS, E. N . ,

(12) 3 6 5

HOLLOWELL, E. A.:

S E E KNIGHT, W. E.,

(25) 47

HORNE, M . K . ,

JR.:

S E E ADAMS, J. E.,

ET AL.,

(2) 5

HOUELL, R. W.:

PHYSIOLOGY O F T H E SOYBEAN, (12) 265

HURLBUT, L . U.:

PROGRESS I N AGRICULTURAL E N G I N E E R I N G , ( 5 ) 185

HURLBUT, L . W.:

S E E R U S S E L L , N. B.,

ET AL.,

(11) 4

HUTrON, E. I.:

T R O P I C A L P A S T U R E S , (22) 1

HEATH, P . L . :

HEAIH, S. 8.:

HECK, W. W.:

HEGGESTAD, H.



I

IDSO,

IDS3,



S.



S.



ISHIZUKA,



B.:



B.,



T H E C A L I B R A T I O N A N D U S E OF N E T RADIOMETERS. (26) 261

BAKER, D. G.,

AND G A T E S , D. I.:

ENERGY ENVIRONHENT O F PLANTS,



Y.:



(18) 171



PHYSIOLOGY O F T H E R I C E PLANT,



(23) 241



J



n. L.,



JACKSCN,

JACOB, K .

JAMES, E.

JENKINS,

J O F F E , J.

JOHNSON,

JOHNSON,

JOHNSON,

JONES, L .



JONES,



A N D S H E R Y A N , G. D.:

CHEMICAL WEATRERING OF NINERALS IN

S O I L S . (5) 219

D.:

F E R T I L I Z E R PRODUCTION A N D TECBNOLOGY. (11) 233

: P R E S E R V A T I O N O F S E E D STOCKS, (19) 87

J . N.:

S E E MAXWELL, F. G..

ET AL.,

(24) 187

S.:

GREEN M A N U R I N G VIEWED BY A P E D O L O G I S T , (7) 141

D . D.,

AND C L I N E , A. J.:

COLORADO MOUNTAIN S O I L S , (17) 163

H. W . ,

AND BERNARD, R. 1.: SOYBEAN G E N E T I C S AND BREEDING, (14) 149

V. A.,

A N D SCHMIDT, J. W.:

HYBRID WHEAT, (20) 199

A. P.,

AND HANDRECK, R. A.:

S I L I C A I N S O I L S , PLANTS, AND ANIMALS,



R. J.,



(19) 107



AND ROGERS, H . T.:

NEW F E R T I L I Z E R S AND F E R T I L I Z E R

P R A C T I C E S , (1) 39

JORDAN, H . V . , AND ENSMINGEU, L. E.:

ROLE O F SULFUR I N S O I L F E R T I L I T Y ,

J U S T I C E , 0. 1.: S E E GARRISON, C. S.,

(12) 41

K

KAMPRATH, E . J.:

S E E COLEHAN, 1. T.,

E T AL.,

(10) 475

KEARNEY, P. C.:

S E E H E L L I N G , C. S., E T AL.,

(23) 147

KELLER. W.,

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REQUIBENENT AND A V A I L A B I L I T Y OF S O I L WATER, ( 6 ) 6 7

AND ORVEDAL, A. C.:

P O T E N T I A L L Y ARABLE S O I L S O F T H E WORLD

AND C R I T I C A L MEASURES FOR T H E I R USE. ( 2 1 ) 1 0 9

KENPER, W. D.:

S E E OLSEN, S. R.,

(20) 9 1

KENPTHORNE, 3 . :

C O N T R I B U T I O N S O F S T A T I S T I C S TO AGRONOMY, ( 9 ) 1 7 7

KENNEDY, W . K.:

S E E NUSGRAVE. R. 8.. 121 2 7 3

KHANNA,.R.:

SEE SINHA,

s. K.; ( 2 7 ) i 2 3 .

KHASAWNEH, F. E . , AND DOLL, E. C.:

USE O F PHOSPHATE ROCK FOR D I R E C T

A P P L I C A T I O N TO S O I L S , (30) 1 5 9

KHUSH, G . S . :

D I S E A S E AND I N S E C T R E S I S T A U C E I N R I C E , ( 2 9 ) 2 6 5

KILMER, V. J . :

S E E BARROWS, H. L.,

( 1 5 ) 303

KIRKHAM, D., AND KUNZE, R. J.:

I S O T O P E S METHODS A N D USES I N S O I L P H Y S I C S

RESEARCH, ( 1 4 ) 321

KISS, S.. DRAGAN-BULARDA,

N . , AND RADULESCU, D.:

BIOLOGICAL S I G N I F I C A U C E OF

ENZYMES ACCUMULATED I N S O I L , ( 2 7 ) 2 5

S E E TAYLOR, H. I . , ( 3 0 ) 9 9

KLEPPER, 8.:

KLINGMAN, D. L.:

S E E E N N I S , W. B., J R . ,

E T AL.,

( 1 5 ) 161

K N I G H T , W. E., A N D HOLLOWELL, E. 1.:

CRINSON CLOVER, ( 2 5 ) 4 7

KNOTT. J. E..

AND LORENZ, 0 . A.:

VEGETABLE PRODUCTION,. I2I 113

KNOYLES, P.

SAFFLOWER, (10) 2 8 9

KNOX, E. G.:

S E E CHENEY, H. B.,

(8) 1

KOHNKE. H . :

T H E RECLANATION O F COAL MINE S P O I L S , ( 2 ) 3 1 7

KRAMER. P . J . :

S E E RUSSELL. 1. B..

ET AL.. - 1111

51

.

K U N Z E , - R . J.:

SEE K I R K H A M , - D . ,

( i u ) 321

KELLEY, 0. J.:

KELLOGG. C. E.,



..



i.:



L

S E E PRASAD, R.,

ET AL.,

( 2 3 ) 337

LAKHDIVE, B. A.:

LANG, A. 1.:

S E E DUNGAN, G. H., ET AL.,

(10) 435

LARSEN, S.:

S O I L PHOSPHORUS, ( 1 9 ) 151

LAWTON, K . ,

A N D COOK, R. L . :

P O T A S S I U M I N PLANT N U T R I T I O N , ( 6 ) 2 5 3

LENG, E. R.:

S E E HAGEMAB. R. H..

ET AL., . 119)

45

.

LETEY, J.:

S E E STOLZY, 1. H.,

( i 6 ) 249

LEUKEL, R. W.:

S E E SALNON, S. C.,

ET AL.,

(5) 1

L E V I N G S , C. S . , 111: S E E HARVEY, P. H.,

E T AL.,

(24) 1

LINDSAY, W . 1.: Z I N C I N S O I L S A N D PLANT N U T R I T I O N , ( 2 4 ) 1 4 7

L I S K , D. J . :

TRACE NETALS I N S O I L S , PLANTS, AND ANIMALS, ( 2 4 ) 2 6 7

LORENZ, 0. A.:

S E E KNOTT, J. E.,

(2) 1 1 3

LOU, P. F. : P H Y S I C A L C H E N I S T R Y O F CLAY-UATER I N T E R A C T I O N , ( 1 3 ) 2 6 9

LYNCH, R. S . :

S E E ADDICOTT, F. T . ,

(9) 67

N



MC A L I S T E R , D. F.:

S E E FULLER, 8 . H.,

E T AL.,

(12) 197

MC CALLA, T . I . , AND ARNY, T. J.:

S T U B B L E MULCH F A R N I N G , ( 1 3 ) 1 2 5

MC CANTS, C . B., A N D WOLTZ, W . G.:

GROWTH AND MINERAL N U T R I T I O N OF TOBACCO,



( 1 9 ) 211



MC

MC

NC

NC

MC

MC

NC

NC



F I E L D PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, ( 1 6 )

CLOUD, D. E . , BULB, R. J . , AND S K A Y , R. H.:

HARDY, W. J.:

S E E B I T C H E L L , B. D.,

E T AL.,

( 1 6 ) 327

I L V A I N , E. H., AND SAVAGE D. A.:

P R O G E E S S I N RANGE NANAGEMENT, ( 6 ) 1

LNTYRE, D. S.:

PLATINUN MICROELECTRODE METHOD FOR S O I L AERATION

NEASUREaENT, ( 2 2 ) 2 3 5

K A Y , J. W.:

S E E BROOKS, H. J . , ET AL.,

(17) 283

KEAGUE, J. A., AND C L I N E , I. G.:

S I L I C A I N S O I L S , ( 1 5 ) 339

K I B B I N , R. R.,

ET AL:

CHANGING PATTERN OF AGRONOMY AND HORTICULTURE I N

CANADA, ( 5 ) 3 1 9

MILLAN, J. A.:

T H E CHANGING PATTERN OF AGRICULTURE I N ENGLAND AND WALES,



1



(3) 165

G.:

S E E BOYER, J. S . , ( 2 7 ) 1

S E E NC K I B B I N , R. R . , E T A.,

(5) 375

MAEDA, T . , TAKENAKA, H . , AND WARKENTIN, B. P . :

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES O F

ALLOPHANE S O I L S , ( 2 9 ) 2 2 9

NAHAPATRA, I. C.:

S E E PATRICK, W. H., J R . ,

(20) 323

MANN, J. D. : PRODUCTION O F S O L A S O D I N E FOR T H E PHARNACEUTICAL INDUSTRY,

MARTIN, J. P.,

E T AL.:

S O I L AGGREGATION, ( 7 ) 1



MC PHERSON, H.

MACRAE, N. A.:



( 3 0 ) 23



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NARTIN, W. P.:

NARTIN, J. H.:

MATHEWS, 0. R.:

NAYLAND, H. F.,



S E E MARTIN, J. P . , E T AL.,

(7) 1

S E E QUINBY, J. R.,

(6) 3 0 5

S E E SALNON, S. C.,

ET AL.,

(5) 1

AND CARY, J. W.:

FROST AND C H I L L I N G I N J U R Y TO GROWING

PLANTS, (22) 2 0 3

NAYNARD, D. N.,

ET AL.:

N I T R A T E ACCUNULATION I N VEGETABLES, ( 2 8 ) 7 1

NAXWELL, F . G . ,

J E N K I N S , J. N . ,

AND PARROTT. Y. L.:

R E S I S T A N C E O F PLANTS TO

INSECTS, (24) 187

MEEK, Y. E.:

S E E ADANS, J. E . , ET AL.,

(2) 4 0

MEHLICH, A.,

AND COLEMAN, N. T.:

T Y P E O F S O I L C O L L O I D AND MINERAL N U T R I T I O N OF

PLANTS, ( 4 ) 6 7

M E I J E R S , P. G.:

S O I L S AND LAND U S E I N T B E NETBERLANDS, ( 1 1 ) 3 3 3

MELSTED, S . W.:

NEW CONCEPTS O F NANAGEMEIT O F CORN BELT S O I L S , (6) 1 2 1

NETCALFE, D. S . :

S E E FULLER, W. H.,

E T AL.,

(12) 197

M I L L E R , H . P., JR.:

S E E E D M I N S T E R , T . Y..

(11) 171

N I L L E R , N. D.:

S E E ADAIR, C. R.,

E T AL.,

(14) 6 1

M I N O T T I , P . 1.: S E E MAYNARD, D. N . ,

ET AL.,

(28) 7 1

N I T C H E L L , B. D.,

FARMER, V . C., AND MC HARDY, U. J . :

ANORPHOUS I N O R G A N I C

MATERIALS I N S O I L S , ( 1 6 ) 3 2 7

MOLL, R. H . ,

A N D STUBER, C . W.:

QUANTITATIVE GENETICS

EMPIRICAL RESULTS

RELEVANT T 3 PLANT BREEDING, ( 2 6 ) 2 7 7

NORLEY, F . H. W.:

SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, ( 1 3 ) 57

MORTLAND, M. M.:

R E A C T I O N S O F AMMONIA I N S O I L S , ( 1 0 ) 3 2 5

MORTLAND, M . ti.:

CLAY-ORGANIC COMPLEXES AND I N T E R A C T I O N S , ( 2 2 ) 7 5

MOSS, D. N.,

AND MUSGRAVE, R. 8 . : P R O T O S Y N T H E S I S AND CROP PRODUCTION, ( 2 3 ) 3 1 7

MUIR, A,:

PODZOL AND P O D Z O L I C S O I L S , ( 1 3 ) 1

MULDER, E . G.,

AND G E R R E T S E N , F. C.:

S O I L MANGANESE I N R E L A T I O N T O PLANT

GROWTH, (4) 2 2 1

(24) 9 7

S E E YALLACE, D. H., E T AL.,

MUNGER, H. fl.:

A N D DOLL, J. P.:

ECONOMICS O F F E R T I L I Z E R U S E I N C R O P

MUNSON, R. D.,

PRODUCTION. 111) 1 3 3

N U S G R A V E , I(. B.,

A N D K E N N E D Y , ' ~ . K.;

PRESERVATION A N D STORAGE OF FORAGE

CROPS, (2) 2 7 3

MUSGRAVE, R. B.:

S E E NOSS, D. N . ,

(23) 317



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N



NEAL, 0. R. : S O I L MANAGENENT FOR CONSERVATION AND P R O D U C T I V I T Y , ( 5 ) 3 8 3

NELSON, L. B.:

ADVANCES I N F E R T I L I Z E R S , ( 1 7 ) 1

NELSON, L . B.:

NINERAL N U T R I T I O N O F CORN AS RELATED TO I T S GROWTH AND C U L I U R E ,

(8) 321

G E N E T I C f l O D I F I C A T I O N OF P R O T E I N Q U A L I T Y I N P L A N T S , ( 2 1 ) 1 7 1

NELSON, 0 . E.:

NELSON, W. L.,

A N D STANFORD, G. : CHANGING C C N C E P T S O F PLANT N U T R I E N T BEHAVIOR

A N D F E R T I L I Z E R USE, ( 1 0 ) 6 7

NELSON, W. L.:

S E E F I T T S , J. W . ,

(8) 241

NEYRA, C . A . ,

A N D DOBEREINER, J.:

NITROGEN F I X A T I O N I N GRASSES, ( 2 9 ) 1

N I K I T I N , A. A. : T E C H N O L 3 G I C A L A S P E C T S O F TRACE ELEMENT USAGE, ( 6 ) 183

NORNAN, A . G.:

T H E PLACE O F MICROBIOLOGY I N S O I L S C I E N C E , (7) 3 9 9

0



N.:



S E E SWINGER, G. D.,

ET AL.,

(21) 195

MINERAL N U T R I T I O N O F SOYBEANS. 112) 2 2 9

A N D K E M P E R , W. D.:

M O V E M E N T OF NUTRIENTS

TO PLANT ROOTS,

(20)

V.,

ET AL.:

AGRONOMIC T R E N D S AND PROBLEMS I N T H E GREAT P L A I N S ,

(10) 1

ORVEDAL, A. C.:

S E E KELLOGG, C. E.,

(21) 109

OWEN, F . V.:

S E E COONS, G . H . ,

ET AL..

(7) 8 9

OZB'JN, J. L:

S E E WALLACE, D. H.,

E T AL.,

(24) 97

OADES, J.

OHLROGGE.

O L S E N , s;

OLSON, R.



A.



J.:



R.,



P

S E E MARTIN, J. P . , ET AL.,

(7) 1

PAGE, J. B.:

PARKS, R. Q. : I R R I G A T I O N AGRICULTIIRE A N D S O I L RESEARCH I N THE U N I T E D

STATES, (3) 323



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A N I O N ADSORPTION BY S O I L S A N D S O I L HATERIALS, (30) 1

BERTRAND, A. R.:

WATER I N F I L T R A T I O N I N T O S O I L S , (12) 311

U.

S E E HAXWELL, F a G.,

ET AL.,

(24) 18'7

S.

S E E RICHEY, C. B . , ET AL.,

(29) 141

1. H., JR., A N D UAHAPATRA, I. C.:

TRANSFORHATION A N D AVAILABILITY T 3

RICE OF NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS I N WATERLOGGED S O I L S , (20) 323

PAUL, E. A,:

S E E CLARK, F . E.,

(22) 375

PEARSON, R. W.,

A N C YEAGER, J. 8.:

AGRICULTURAL TRENDS I N THE OLD COTTON

BELT, (9) 1

S E E ENSHINGER, L. E.,

(2) 81

PEARSON, R. W.:

PEARSON, P . B.:

S E E TOLBERT, N. E.,

( 4 ) 279

PECK, N..H.:

S E E MAYNARD, D. N.,

ET AL.,

(2H) 71

PENDLETON, J. V.:

S E E D U N G A N , G. H.,

(10) U 3 5

PETERSON, G. A.,

A N D FOSTER, A. E.:

HALTING BARLEY I N THE UNITED STATES,

PARFITT,

PARR, J.

PARROTT,

PARSONS,

PATPICK,



R.



F.,



1.:

AND

1.:

D.:



(25) 327



(2) 351

PETERSON, H. 1.: S E E KELLER, W.,

PHENOHENON, CAUSES, A N D

PINTHUS. H . J.:

LODGING I N WHEAT AND OATS:

PREVENTIVE HEASURES, (25) 209

PLUCKNETT, D . 1.. EVENSON, J. P., A N D SANFORD, W. G.: RATOON CROPPING, (22) 285

PONNAHPERUHA, F. 1.: CHEHISTRY O F SUBHERGED S O I L S , (24) 29

POWELL, J. 8 . :

S E E BURTON, G. W.,

(20) 49

PRASAD, R.,

RAJALE, G. B.,

AND LAKHDIVE, B. A.:

N I T R I F I C A T I O N RETARDERS A N D

SLOW-RELEASE NITROGEN F E R T I L I Z E R S , (23) 337

PRESLEY, J. T.:

S E E ADAHS, J. E., ET AL.,

(2) 26

QUINBY, J. R.:

HATURITY GENES OF SORGHUH, (19) 267

QUINBY. J. R.:

GENETIC CONTROL OF FLOWERING A N D GROWTH I N SORGHUH, (25) 125



Q

QUINBY, J.



R.,



AND HARTIN,



J.



H.:



SORGHUH IUPROVEHENT,



(6) 305



R



RACHIE,



K.



0..



A N D ROBERTS, L.



8.:



G R A I N LEGUMES OF THE LOWLAND T R O P I C S ,



(26) 1



(27) 25

RADULESCU, D.:

S E E K I S S , S., ET AL.,

RAJALE, G. B.:

S E E PRASAD, R.,

ET AL.,

(23) 337

RAHPTON, A. H.:

S E E CHENEY, H. B.,

ET AL.,

(8) 1

RANEY, W. A.:

S E E HARTIN, J. P . , ET AL.,

(7) 1

RAUPACH, H.:

S O I L AND F E R T I L I Z E R REQUIREHENTS FOR FORESTS OF PINUS RADIATA,

(19) 307



RAYHOND, W. F.:

NUTRITIVE VALUE OF FOBAGE CROPS, (21) 2

REITEHEIER, R. F.:

CHEMISTRY OF S O I L POTASSIUU, I31 1 1 3

REITZ, 1. P.:

S E E CREECH, J. L.,

(23) 1

RHOIDES, A . F.:

S E E OLSON, R. V.,

ET AL.,

(10) 36

RICH, C.. I., AND THOMAS, G. .W.:

CLAY FRACTION OF S O I L S , (12) 1

RICHEY. C. B.,

G R I F F I T H . D. R . , A N D PARSONS. S. D.:

YIELDS AND CULTURAL ENERGY

-REQUIREHENTS FOR- CORN A N D SOYBEANS WITH VARIOUS

TILLAGEPLANTING SYSTEHS, (29) 141

RICHHOND, T . R.:

S E E ADAUS, J. E., ET AL.,

(2) 63

RIECKEN, F. F.:

S E E S H I T K , G. D., ET AL.,

(2) 157

RIPLEY. P . 0.:

S E E HC K I B B I N , R. 8 . . ET AL.,

(5) 339

ROBERTS, E. C.:

S E E DANIEL, W. H . ,

(18) 259

ROBERTS, L..H.:

S E E RACHIE, K. O.,

(26) 1

ROCROW, P. F.:

BARLEY YELLOW DWARF VIRUS DISEASE OF SMALL GRAINS, (13) 217

RODENHISER, H. A.:

S E E STAKUAN, E. C.,

(10) 143

ROGERS, a. T.:

SEE JONES, R . J.,

(1) 39

ROSENBERG, A. J.:

RESPONSE O F PLANTS TO THE PHYSICAL EFFECTS OF S O I L COHPACTION, (16) 181

ROSSITER, R . C.:

ECOLOGY OF HEDITERRANEAN ANNUAL-TYPE PASTURE, (18) 1

RUSSEL, D. A.:

S E E ENGELSTAD, 0. P.,

(27) 175

RUSSELL, 1. 8 . . E T AL,:

WATER AND I T S RELATION TO S O I L S AND CROPS, (11) 1

RYDEN. J. C.,

SYERS, J. K.,

AND HARRIS, R. P.:

PHOSPHORUS I N RUNOFF AND

STREAHS, (25) 1



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S

SAGE, G . C. M.:

SALMON, S. C.,



NUCLEO-CYTOPLASMIC RELATIONSHIPS I N WHEAT. ( 2 8 ) 2 6 7

MATHEUS, 3.. R., A N D LEUKEL, R . W.:

A HALF CENTURY O F UHEAT

IMPROVEMENT, ( 5 ) 1

SANFORD, W . G.:

S E E PLUCKNETT, D. L., ET AL.,

(22) 285

SAVAGE, D. A.:

S E E MC ILVAIN, E. H.,

(6) 1

SCHXIDT, J . W.:

S E E JOHNSON, V. A..

(20) 199

SCOWCROFT, W. R.:

SONATIC CELL GENETICS A N D PLANT IMPROVENENT, ( 2 9 ) 3 9

SEANEY. R. R..

A N D HENSON. P. R . :

BIRDSFOOT TREFOIL.. 122)

. . 119

S H A W , k. H . :

- S E E MC CLOOD,

D. E.,

ET AL.,

(16) 1

S H A W , R. H.:

S E E W I L S I E , C. P.,

(6) 199

S H A W , W. C.:

SEE E N N I S , W. B, JR., ET AL.,

(15) 161

SHAY, F. J.:

S E E HALE, M. G., ET AL.,

(23) 9

SHERMAN, G . D.:

S E E JACKSON, M . L.,

(5) 2 1 9

SHIMABUKURO. R. H.:

S E E FREAR, D. S.,

ET AL.,

(24) 327

S I I 3 N S O N . R. W.:

CONCEPT OF S O I L , ( 2 0 ) 1

SIMONSON, R. W.:

S E E WINTERS, E.,

(3) 2

SINHA, S. K.,

A N D K H A N N A , R.:

PHYSIOLOGICAL, BIOCHEMICAL, A N D GENETIC B A S I S

OF HETEROSIS, ( 2 7 ) 1 2 3

SIVARAJASINGHAM, S . , ET AL.:

LATERITE, ( 1 4 ) 1

SKRDLA, W . H.:

S E E BLASER, R . E., ET AL.,

(4) 179

SMITH, D. C.:

PROGRESS I N GRASS BREEDING, ( 8 ) 127

SMITH, D. D. A N D WISCHMEIER, W. H.:

RAINFALL EROSION, ( 1 4 ) 109

SMITH, G . D.,

ALLAWAY, W. H., A N D RIECKEN, F. F.:

P R A I R I E S O I L S I N THE UPPER

M I S S I S S I P P I VALLEY, ( 2 ) 1 5 7

SEE TAVERNIER, R. ( 9 ) 2 1 7

SMITH, G . D.:

SMITH, H. P.:

S E E ADAMS, J. E., ET AL.,

( 2 ) 45

SMITH, 0.:

POTATO PRODUCTION, ( 1 ) 3 5 3

SMITH, W. K.,

A N D GORZ, A . J.:

SWEETCLOVER IMPROVEMENT, ( 1 7 ) 1 6 3

STAKMAN, E. C.,

A N D RODEBHISER, 8. 8.:

RACE 15B OF WHEAT STEM RUST

WHAT I T

I S AND WHAT I T nEANS, ( 1 0 ) 1 4 3

STANFORD, G.:

S E E NELSON, W. L.,

(10) 6 7

STEPHENS. C. G . , AND DONALD, C. M.:

AUSTRALIAN S O I L S AND T H E I R RESPONSES TO

FERTILIZERS, (10) 167

STEPONKUS, P. L.:

COLD HARDINESS A N D FREEZING I N J U R Y OF AGRONONIC CROPS, ( 3 0 ) 5

STEVENSON, T. M.:

S E E MC R I B B I N , A. R . , E T AL.,

(5) 3 5 2

STEWART, D.:

SEE COONS, G . H . ,

ET AL.,

( 7 ) 89

S T I L L , G. G.:

S E E FREAR. D. S., ET AL.,

(24) 327

STOECKELER, J. H.,

AND ARNEWAN. H. P.:

F E R T I L I Z E R S I N FORESTRY, ( 1 2 ) 1 2 7

STOLZY, L. H.,

A N D LETEY, J.:

CHARACTERIZING S O I L OXYGEN CONDITIONS WITH

A PLATINUM MICROELECTRODE, ( 1 6 ) 2 4 9

STOUT, P. R.:

SEE GRUNES, D. 1.. ET AL.,

(22) 331

STRINGFIELD, G. H.:

OBJECTIVES I N CORN IMPROVEMENT, ( 1 6 ) 1 0 1

STUBER. C. W.:

S E E MOLL. R. H..

1261 2 7 7

SWARTZENDRUBER, D. : SOIL-WATER- BEHAiIOR AS DESCRIBED B Y TRANSPOPT C O E F F I C I E N r S

A N D FUNCTIONS, (18) 3 2 7

THE EXTRACTION, CAARAZSWINGER, G. D., OADES, J. I., AND GREENLAND, D. J.:

TERIZATION, A N D S I G N I F I C A N C E OF S O I L POLYSACCHARIDES, ( 2 1 ) 1 9 5

SYERS, J. K.:

SEE RYDEN, J. C., ET AL., ( 2 5 ) 1



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TAKENAKA, H.:

TAVERNIER, R.,

TAYLOR,

TAYLOR,



A.



H.



L.:

M.,



TAYLOR,

TERRAN,



T.



H.:



TEEMAN,



G.



L.,



THOMAS, G.



U.:



G.. L.,



S E E IAEDA, T.,

ET AL.,

(29) 2 2 9

A N D SMITH, G . D.:

CONCEPT OF ERAUNERDE (BROWN FOREST S O I L )

I N EUROPE A N D UNITED STATES, ( 9 ) 2 1 7

CHEWICAL TREATMENT OF S O I L FOR NEMATODE CONTROL, ( 3 ) 2 4 3

A N D KLEPPER, 8 . :

ROLE OF ROOTING CHARACTERISTICS I N

SUPPLY OF WATER TO PLANTS, ( 3 0 ) 9 9

S E E BLASER, R. E., ET AL.,

(4) 179

BOULDIN, D. R.,

A N D WEBB, J . R . :

EVALUATION OF F E R T I L I Z E R S BY

BIOLOGICAL METHODS, ( 1 4 ) 2 6 5

HOFFMAN, W. M.,

AND WRIGHT, B C.:

CROP RESPONSE TO F E R T I L I Z E R S

I N RELATION TO CONTENT OF "AVAILABLE" PHOSPHORUS, ( 1 6 ) 5 9

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THORNE, W.:

Z I N C DEFICIENCY A N D I T S CONTROL, (9) 31

TIIMONS, F. 1.: S E E ENNIS, W. B., JR., ET AL.,

(15) 161

TING, I. P., AND HEATH, R. 1.: RESPONSES OF PLhNTS TO A I R POLLUTANT OXIDANTS,



(27) 89

A N D PEARSON, P. 8 . :

A T O I I C ENERGY A N D PLANT SCIENCES,

TOLBERT, N. E.,

TRENBATH, B. R . :

BIOflASS PRODUCTIVITY OF MIXTURES, (26) 177

TRUMBLE, H. C.:

GRASSLAND AGRONOMY I N AUSTRALIA, (4) 1

TURNER, N . C.:

S E E BEGG, J. E.,

(28) 161

TYNER, E. H.:

S E E CESCAS, M. P.,

ET AL.,

(20) 153



(4) 279



V



V A A D I A , Y.:

SEE RUSSELL, M. B . , ET AL.,

(11) 77

V A N SCHREVEN, D. A.:

S E E HARMSEN, G. W.,

(7) 299

VASIL, I. K.:

THE PROGRESS, PROBLEMS, A N D PROSPECTS OF PLANT PROTOPLAST

RESEARCH, (28) 119

V I E T S , F. G.,

JR.:

F E R T I L I Z E R S A N D THE E F F I C I E N T USE OF WATER, (14) 223

VOMOCIL, J. A.:

MEASUREMENT OF S O I L BULK DENSITY A N D PENETRABILITY,

A REVIEW OF NETHODS, (9) 159



W

Y A D A , K.,

WADLEIGH,



A N D HARWARD, N. E.:

AMORPHOUS CLAY CONSTITUENTS OF S O I L S , (26) 211

C. H.:

MINERAL NUTRITION OF PLANTS AS RELATED TO MICROBIAL ACTXVITUE

I N S O I L S , (7) 75

SEE HAYW AR D, H. E.,

(1) 1

WADLEIGH, C. H.:

WALLACE, D. H.,

OZBUN, J. 1.. A N D MONGER, II. M.:

PHYSIOLOGICAL GENETICS OF

CROP YIELD, (241 9 7

YARDLAY, I. F.:

S E E EVANS, L. T.,

(28) 301

WARKENTIN, B . P.:

SEE MAEDA. T . , ET AL.,

(29) 229

WATSON. D. J.:

PHYSIOLOGICAL B A S I S O F VARIATION I N YIELD. 141 101

SEE TERMAN, G. L., ET AL.,

(19) 265

WEBB, J. R.:

S E E COLENAN, N. T.,

ET AL.,

(10) 475

WEED, S. B.:

WEISS, M . G.:

SOYBEANS, (1) 77

WERNSMAN, E. A.:

S E E HARVEY, P. H.,

ET AL..

124) 1

WHITE. W. J.:

ALFALFA IMPROVEMENT. f1) 205

WIERSUA.

D.:

SEE RUSSELL, N . 8..

ET’AL.,

(11) 4 3

WILLARD C. J. : MANAGENENT OF ALFALFA flEADOWS, (3) 93

WILLEY, B. W., AND HEATH, S. B

.:

QUANTITATIVE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PLANT

POPULATION A N D CROP YIELD. 1211 281

W I L S I E , C. P.,

A N D SHAW, R. H.:

CROP ADAiTATION A N D CLIMATE, (6) 199

YINTERS. E., A N D SXMONSON, R. W.:

SUBSOIL, (3) 1

WISCHNEIER, W. H.:

S E E SMITH, D. D.,

(19) 109

WOLTZ, W. G.:

SEE MC CANTS, C. B.,

(19) 211

WOODRUFF, N . P.:

SEE CHEPIL, W. S., (15) 211

WRISHT. M. J.,

A N D D A V I S O N , K. L.:

NITRATE ACCUMULATION I N CROPS A N D NITRATE

POISONING I N ANIMALS, (16) 197

WRIGHT, B. C.:

S E E TERMAN, G. L.,

ET AL.,

(16) 59

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DEVELOPMENT OF T R I T I C A L E , (26) 315

Z I L L I N S K Y , F. J.:

CASTORBEANS:

A NEW O I L CROP FOR MECHANIZED

ZIHMERMAN, 1. H.:

PRODUCTION, (10) 257



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ABACR ,( 2 2 ) 287,310

A B I E S CONaq4GFJ

(17) 242

MLES CRAlPZS (27) 257

ABIES LBZIOCARPA

(17) 2112

VAB. AEIZQLZG&

(17) 242

AEIIs PAPGEE4 I (27) 257

A B I E T I C ACID

(7) 22

ABORTION

(15) 199

A B S C I S S I C ACID

(26) 7 0 , (27) 116, (28) 181,200

A B S C I S S I O N ,( 9 ) 68

C E L L D I V I S I O N AND ,(9) 7 0

L E A P , S E E ALSO D E F O L I A T I O N ,(9) 68-69

MORPHOLOGICAL CHANGES ACCONPANYING , ( 9 ) 6 9 - 7 1

PHYSIOLOGY OF ,(9)71-7U

RATE OP,PACTORS REGUL.PTINC

(9) 71

S U B S T A N C E S ACCELERATING ,(9)7 2

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ACACIA , ( U ) 5

ACALYNHA T R I V I T T A T A ,(2U) 238

ACANTHQMIA

(26) 5 1

A C A H I C I D E , ( 2 3 ) 179

ACCUHULATION R A T I O

( 2 5 ) 165-170

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,( 1 2 ) 178, (27) 257

AGEH SgccUAFJRE (27) 257

K E E A T B G B L L I A SBliGUINOLENTA (12) 92

AEgL&_LE&LANULDSA ,(17) 2U2-2U3

ACHRONOBACTER ,(13) 200

ACID S O I L S , (1 1) 39 1-392

ACROLEIN ,(15) 2 0 2

ACHYLALDEHYDE ,( 1 5 ) 2 0 2

ACTINA

(17) 243

A C T I N O B p g E g S C A B I E S ,(18) 99

ACTINONYCETES

(22) 396-398,417

ACTIVE ION T R A X S P O A T 1251 i 6 7 - i.~_

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ACYRZBQSIPHON PISUN ,i i U ) '199,239

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A E G I L O P S OVATA (20) 200,204,209,

(28) 271- 273,2 !76, 2180-281,287-288

A E C I L O P S SHARONENSIS ,(28) 270

A E C I L O P S SP. ,(26) 323.325

A E G I L O P S SPELTOIDES ( 2 8 ) 269-270,277

A E C I L 0 P S SOUABROSA (28) 271,273,280,304

7

(28) 270,276,278,28

AEGI LOPS U M B E L U W A

(28) 2 7 0

A E G I L O P S VARLABILIS

(20) 201, (28) 270,277

A E G I L O P S VEITRICOSA

1-A- U

A E R A T I O N ,1161

,.-I

S O I L ,(14) 347-348, (18) 57-106

AEROBACILLES PACERANS ,(13) 200

AEROBACILLUS POLYHYXA

(13) 200

AESCHYNOHENE VIRGINICA

( 7 ) 284, (14) 85

fiAPOSTEHCN SP.

(12) 8 1

AGOSERIS AURANTICA

(17) 243

AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTHENT ADHINISTRATION

13) 271.277

AGRICULTURAL COLLABORATION I N COLOMBIA

(6) 11611 1 7

I N MEXICO

(6) 103-115

INTERNATIONAL

(6) 95-1 19

PERSONNEL TRAINING

(6) 100-lr)3,112-113

P R I N C I P L E S ,(6) 95-103

ROCKEFELLER PROGRAH ,( 6 ) 103-117

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING CONCEPTS , ( 5 ) 1 8 6 - 1 8 8

FUTURE TRENDS

I S \ 190-216

AGRICULTURAL TRENDS,IN THE OLD COTTON BELT

(9) 1-29

FACTORS INPLUENCING ( 9 ) 10-17

AGRICULTURAL YEATHER STATION

(16) 2-7

AGRICULTURE I N ENGLAND A N D VALES

(3) 165-196

ACRE YIELDS

(3) 1R2

l r N I W L PRODUCTION ,(3) 170-174

BACKGROUND

(3) 165-167

ZROP PRODUCTION

(3) 168-170

EDUCATION

(3) 174- 176

PADM BUILDINGS

(3) 194-195

LAND USE

(3) 179-183

LIVESTOCK NUHBERS

(3) 183

HECHANIZATION

(3) 168-169,180

POLICY ,(3) 186-188

RECENT DEVELOPNENTS

( 3 ) 189-192

TECHNICAL ADVANCES

(3) 192-194

UARTINE PRODUCTION

(3) 176-179

AGRICULTURE I N TEE NETHERLANDS,

ADVISORY SERVICES

( 1 1) 367-368

EDUCATIONAL F A C I L I T I E S

( 1 1) 367-368

AGRIOTES ,(30) 234

AGR3BACTERIUH

(1) 273

AGEOBACTREGB TUNEPACIENS

(29) 66-69.72

AERQQXZA OBTYSA (26) 38

AGE3HOHYI

APPLICATION OF S T A T I S T I C S TO

(9) 177-203

ANALYSIS OF CAUSALITY

(9) 183

& U E L N ! CILZZA2QB (4) 191, ( 5 ) 363,366, (6) 2, (8156, (11) 5 0 , (22)

342, (26) 2 8 4

&!!IEXBQU

PABXSTAGnYafl (17) 240-241

~ 374,397, (12) 49, (22) 335,302,352-353

AggQEXEQH ~ ~ p ~ Q (8)&47,J (10)

AERQEXPE HLQUATVI (6) 30, (8) 5 6 , (10) 392, (23) 30

AERQEXaoa XXEBllH # (10) 397

AEEQEXXIQH Z H Z B U Z U U ,(6)30, ( 8 ) 4 7 , 1 5 0 , ( 1 0 ) 3 7 4 , ( 1 2 ) 4 9 ,

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BERoeXRol

I ( 13) 9 5

(15) 181, (1R) 276, (22) 388-389,

M Q E X p N R E P E G (8) 140, (12)68,110,390,

(24) 334, (25) 106-107

AGROPYRON BJPARIU4

(10) 400

46EPm!w4 SzaEkEcOJl (10) 3 9 7

AGEOPYROA

,(4) 191. ( 6 ) 8 , ( 1 0 ) 3 7 5 , ( 1 2 ) 5 6 , 1 1 3 ,

(17)241,(24)206

PGROPYRON SP.

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