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___________ and ___________. Xenia effects of irradiating corn pollen in a nuclear reactor. Agron. Jour. 42:293‑297. 1950.


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___________. Characteristics of the cytoplasmic factor for male sterility in maize. Genetics 35:665. 1950. (Abst.)


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Hoppe, P. E. A new technic for incubating seed corn in cold soil for disease tests. Phytopath. 41:18. 1951. (Abst.).


___________ and J. T. Middleton. Pathogenicity and occurrence in Wisconsin soils of Pythium species which cause seedling disease in corn. Phytopath. 40:13. 1950.


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Hunt, C. H., L. D. Rodriguez and R. M. Bethke. The niacin and pantothenic acid content of certain Ohio corn hybrids. Cereal Chem. 27:149‑156. 1950.


___________, ___________, and ___________. The effect of maturity on the niacin and pantothenic acid content of the stalks and leaves, tassels, and grain of four sweet corn varieties. Cereal Chem. 27:157‑161. 1950.


___________, ___________, and ___________. The enviromental and agronomical factors influencing the thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, and panththenic acid content of wheat, corn and oats. Cereal Chem. 27:79‑96. 1950.


Ibrahim, M. A. E. Cytogenetic studies of tertiary trisomics in maize. Genetics 35:671. 1950. (Abst.)


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___________. Interrelation of plasmagenes and chromogenes in pollen production in maize. Genetics 35:507‑512. 1950.


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Jugenheimer, R. W. Increasing corn yields in Turkey by use of adapted corn hybrids and improved production practices. Econ. Coop. Admin. Special Mission to Turkey. Mimeo. Rpt. on Project TA 77‑38. 1950.


___________, L. F. Bauman, D. E. Alexander and C. M. Woodworth. Experimental corn hybrids tested in 1949. Ill. Ag. Exp. Sta. Bul. 538. 1950.


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Koehler, B. Husk coverage and ear declination in relation to corn ear rots. Phytopath. 41:22. 1951. (Abst.).


___________ and J. W. Jugenheimer. Resistance of corn inbreds to damage from Diplodia or Gibberella stalk rot, 1939‑1949. Univ. of Ill. Agron. Dept. Mimeo, Ag1431. 1950.


Krantz, B. A. Fertilize corn for higher yields. N.C. Ag. Exp. Sta. Bul. 366. 1949.


Laughnan, J. R. Action of allelic forms of the gene A in maize; studies on the occurrence of isoquercetrin in brown and purple plants and its lack of identity wilh the brown pigments. Nat. Acad. Sci. Proc. 36:312‑318. 1950.


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Lawton, K. and G. M. Browning. Effect of tillage on the nutrient content and yield of corn. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc. 13:311‑317. 1949.


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Leng., E. R., J. J. Curtis and M. C. Shekelton. Niacin content of waxy, sugary, and dent F2 segregating kernels in corn. Science 111:665‑666. 1950.


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Lonnquist, J. H. The effect of selection for combining ability within segregating lines of corn. Agron. Jour. 42:503‑508. 1950.


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___________ and C. L. Smith, Jr. New archeobiological evidence on evolution in maize. Bot. Mus. Leaflets, Harvard Univ. 13:No. 8. 213. 1949.


Maxwell, R. E. Cytochrome oxidase in corn embryos. Plant Physiol. 25:521-524. 1950.


McClintock, B. Origin and behavior of mutable loci in maize. Nat. Acad. Sci. Proc. 36:344‑355. 1950.


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Melhus, I. E. Plant research in the Tropics; a symposium on growth and development of maize in the Latin Americas. Iowa Agr. Exp. Sta. Res. Bul. 371:497‑660. 1949.


Mericle, L. W. The developmental genetics of the Rg mutant in maize. Amer. Jour. Bot. 37:100‑116. 1950.


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___________. Observations on the effects of maleic hydroxide on flowering of tobacco, maize and cocklebur. Nat. Acad. Sci. Proc. 36:230‑232. 1950.


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Schaal, W. Corn production comes home. Crops & Soils 2:22‑23. 1950.


___________. Six new hybrids released in Ohio. Crops & Soils 24:27. 1950.


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Stanford, G. and L. B. Nelson. Utilization of phosphorus as affected by placement. I. Corn in Iowa. Soil Sci. 68:129‑135. 1949.


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Turner, N. and R. L. Beard. Effect of stage of growth of field corn inbreds on oviposition and survival of the European corn borer. Jour. Econ. Entom. 43:17‑22. 1950.


Ullstrup, A. J. The infectious nature of crazy top of corn. Phytopath. 40: 29. 1950.


___________. Diseases of dent corn in Indiana. Ind. Ag. Exp. Circ. 359:1‑27. 1950.


___________. The effect of some leaf diseases in grain yield in corn. Phytopath. 41:36. 1951. (Abst.)


Uttaman, P. The effect of cocoanut water.on the growth of immature embryos of corn (maize). Curr. Sci. 18:251‑252. 1949.


Vachhani, M. V. A study of the relationship of chromosome knobs with certain agronomic and morphologic characters in corn inbreds. Agron. Jour. 42:196‑201. 1950.


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Zucchini, I. Hybrid American corn in Ferrara (In Italian). Agr. Ferrarese 54:33‑38. 1950.


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