Experiment Station Record, Volume 21 (Google eBook)

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1910 - Agricultural experiment stations
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Contents

The beginning of the development of perennial and annual plants Andrt
32
Alfalfa in Oklahoma Moorhouse and Burhson
38
Notes on mushrooms
44
The strength of South Australian timbers Chapman
47
F xperiments in combating the downy mildew of the grape Liistner
53
The wheat strawworm Inotoma granule Webster and Reeves
59
Report of the royal commission on the meat industry
63
The role of inorganic phosphorus in the nutrition of animals Hart et al
69
A colony house A trapnest Dryden nl lainn
75
Immunization of cattle to tulierculosis Weber and Titze
81
Duty of water records Nowell
86
Economical farm and dairy management Ducloux
92
E W ALLEN Ph D Assistant Director
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105
Food Inspection Decisions 107 165
107
Experiments to determine the need of phosphoric acid and potash Liechti
120
Investigations on the etiolation of plants Kriin lin 12
126
The influence of mineral fertilizers on certain Cyperacese 1 ieze
132
Alfa and alfa paper De Montessus de Ballore
133
Onion culture Beattie
139
Notes on plant diseases in 1908 Morse
144
Coffee leaf disease in the East Africa Protectorate
150
Insects injurious to tobacco Anastasia
156
Notices of Judgment 5065
165
A cause of appendicitis and other intestinal lesions Ship ey
184
Agricultural credit Rudloff
190
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192
H L Knight
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The detection of coconut oil in butter aud lard Fendler
212
A preliminary report on the phosphates of Wisconsin soils Whitson
218
The phosphates their isomerism and transformations in the soil Quartaroli
222
The role of light in the formation of proteids in plants Zaleski
228
The sugar content of the beet in its relation to seed production Bartos
234
Grape growing Whipple
240
Mildew of peach in relation to new mildew on oak Cuboni and Petri
246
Soil sterilizing Bordeaux mixture and poisons for tobacco seed beds Home
252
Is food containing benzoates injurious to health? Smith
260
Page
275
The relation of bovine to human tuberculosis Moss
281
Irrigation in South Dakota Lea
288
Irrigation in Kansas Bark
289
Twentyfirst Annual Report of Rhode Island Station 1908
295
The estimation of caffein in coffee Lendrich and Nottbohin
304
Bulletin 202 February 1909 253
308
Utilization of straw for feeding after method of Lehmann Bauriedl and Fallada
368
Melanin color formation and its bearing on heredity Riddle
374
Pure milk and the public health Ward and Jaffa
375
VETERINARY MEDICINE
381
Agricultural Chemistry and AgrotechnyL W Fetzer Ph D
i
Retirement of Dr E W Hilgard 1
401
Bulletin 142 March 1909 181
420
Studies on the oxidizing power of roots Schreiner and Reed
422
Cabbaee experiments and culture Close and White
437
The farmers institute with relation to agricultural high schools Stevens
493
The organization of extension work
501
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE PUBLICATIONS
x
Official methods of food analysis February 1909
612
Field operations of tho Bureau of Soils 1907 ninth report Whitney et al
618
Is artificial calcium carbonate more effective than limestone meal? Yokoyama
624
Pollination of the apple Lewis and Vincent
636
Annual Report 1908 192
640
Bunt or stinking smut of wheat Heald
642
Pearls and parasites Shipley
646
The larch shoot moths
652
Spraying machinery Faurot
658
Food products Dugat and Girard
659
The elimination of protein acids bv urine Garinski
665
Analyses of commercial feeding stuffs Ilartwell Morgan and Whipple
668
Cow test association work in Maine Merrill
674
Report of the chief veterinary officer Stockman
679
385
689
Programme for technical schools and science and art schools and classes
690
The detection of inosit in natural wines Perrin
705
Milk and egg powders Popp
711
The changes in the nitrogen in soil Krueger
716
Orthoclase mica and nepheline as sources of potassium Prianishnikoy
722
On the nature of anthoeyanin Wheldale
726
The search for new leguminous forage crops Piper
732
Weed destruction Brooks
738
The distribution and cultivation of babul Acacia arabica in Berar Nayadu
741
Biennial Report 19078 pt 12 742 799
742
The potato rot Ploitophllwrii iiifeslans Gandara
747
Notes on insect pests
753
The condensed milk and milk chocolate industry in Switzerland Mayer
766
20 p 510
768
Studies of inheritance in rabbits Castle et al
772
Comparison of corn stover and hay for dairy cows Taylor
778
Circular 3 1908 45
781

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Page 114 - The following table gives the average dates of the last killing frost in the spring and the first in the fall, at various stations within the area and at Menomonee, Michigan.
Page 519 - Milk, and Starch Sugars ; with copious Statistics of their Production and Commerce, and a chapter on the Distillation of Rum. By CG WARNFORD LOCK, FLS, &c.
Page 257 - Sodium benzoate in large doses (up to 4 grams per day) mixed with the food has not been found to exert any deleterious effect on the general health, nor to act as a poison in the general acceptation of the term. In some directions there were slight modifications in certain physiological processes, the exact significance of which modifications is not known. (3) The admixture of sodium benzoate with food in small or large doses has not been found to injuriously affect or impair the quality or nutritive...
Page 144 - The data are derived for the most part from the annual reiwrt of the Bureau of Statistics of the Department of Commerce and Labor, entitled Foreign Commerce and Navigation of the United States for the year ending June 30, 1908.
Page 397 - Annual Convention of the Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations, held at Washington, DC, November 1215, 1889.
Page 398 - I'.Klti. 1907, and 1908, is followed by some of the principal addresses given at these institutes on such subjects as growing cotton under boll weevil conditions, alfalfa, vetches, pork production, beef production, drainage, diversification, truck farming, and farm forestry. Proceedings of the thirteenth annual meeting of the American Association of Farmers' Institute Workers, edited by WH BEAL and J.
Page 3 - From the former, it is clear that the native vegetation represents, within the climatic limits of the regional flora, the result of a secular process of adaptation of plants to climates and soils, by natural selection and the survival of the fittest. The natural floras and sylvas are thus the expression of secular, or rather, millennial experience, which if rightly interpreted must convey to the cultivator of the soil the same information that otherwise he must acquire by long and costly personal...
Page 470 - The object of this book is to give a succinct account of discoveries in regard to heredity made by the application of Mendel's method of research.
Page 507 - The following resolution, originating in the college section, was adopted by the association : " That it is the sense of this association that the national laws which constitute the charter of the landgrant colleges distinctly prescribe work of collegiate grade in agriculture and the mechanic arts, including engineering in all its branches, and the sciences related to the industries, irrespective of whether the colleges are established separately or as parts of univer' L" ' An interesting discussion...
Page 84 - Hepatozoon perniciosum (ngn sp.); a haemogregarine pathogenic for white rats; with a description of the sexual cycle in the intermediate host, a mite (Lelaps echidninus).

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