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Brim, C.A. and Johnson, H.W. and Cockerham, C.C. (1959) Multiple Selection Criteria in Soybeans. Agronomy Journal, 51 (1). pp. 42-46.


Endo, B.Y. (1959) Response of root lesion nematodes, Pra- tylenchus brachyurus and P. zeae to various plants and soil types. Phytopathology, 49. pp. 417-421.


Glover, J. (1959) The apparent behaviour of maize and sorghum stomata during and after drought. Journal of Agricultural Science, 53 (3). 412-416 .


Halisky, M and Smeltzer, G and Houston, B.R (1959) Head Smut of Sudan Grass and Sorghum in California. Plant Disease Reporter, 43 (10). pp. 1084-1090.

Hanson, W.D. (1959) Minimum Family Sizes for the Planning of Genetic Experiments. Agronomy Journal, 51 (12). pp. 711-715.


Kirk, V.M. (1959) Control the Corn Earworm in Grain Sorghum Heads. Journal of Economic Entomology, 52 (2). pp. 338-339.


Laws, W.D. and Simpson , B.J. (1959) Grain sorghum in farming systems for the blacklands. Other. Texas Research Foundation, Texas, USA.

Le Pelley, R.H. (1959) Agricultural insects of East Africa : a list of East African plant feeding insects and mites, with their host plants, their parasites and predators, giving distribution by territories and references to the literature, together with lists of stored products insects and introduced insects, mainly covering the period 1908 to 1956. Kenya East Africa High Commission, Nairobi, Kenya.


MFA, . (1959) Report of the Indian delegation to china for study of irrigation and water conservancy projects during January-February 1959. Project Report. Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Department of Agriculture, New Delhi.

Maunder, A.B. and Pickett, R.C. (1959) The Genetic Inheritance of Cytoplasmic-Genetic Male Sterility in Grain Sorghum. Agronomy Journal, 51 (1). pp. 47-49.

Mehta, B.V. and Desai, R.S. (1959) Salt Tolerance Studies: Effect of Soil Salinity on the Growth and Chemical Composition of Plants- Part I. Journal of Soil & Water Conservation in India, 7. pp. 101-105.

Mouid, D.I. and Sivaraman, P.H. (1959) Electrophoretic Patterns of the Serum Proteins of Sheep infected with Hæmonchus contortus. Nature, 46. pp. 1735-1736.


Prince, C. and Stokes, I.E. (1959) Sweet sorghum growing in southern california. Crops Research, 34-10 (Aug). pp. 1-11.


Ragland, John L and Coleman, N T (1959) The effect of Soil solution Aluminum and Calcium on Root Growth. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 23 (5). pp. 355-357.

Raheja, P.C and Yawalankar, K.S and Ranabir, S (1959) Crop Response To Micro-Nutrients Under Indian Conditions. Indian Journal of Agronomy, 3. pp. 254-263.


Shone, D.k and Philip, J.R and Christie, G.J (1959) Agalactia of sows caused by feeding the Ergot of the Bulrush Millet, Pennisetum typhoides. The Veterinary Record, 71 (7). pp. 129-132.

Singh, S. (Sardar) (1959) Results of agronomic trials on jowar conducted at Indore (1947-1955). Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 29 (4). pp. 12-27.

Sreeramulu, C. (1959) A note on the inheritance of height in sorghum. Current Science, 28 (10). pp. 412-413.

Sreeramulu, C. (1959) The occurrence and inheritance of telescopic leaf-sheaths in sorghum. Current Science, 27 (2). pp. 59-60.


Thangam, M.S. (1959) Twin seedlings in sorghum. Madras Agricultural Journal, 46. pp. 93-96.


Ullstrup, A.J. and Lavoilette, F.A. (1959) Diseases of Corn and of Sorghum Species in Indiana in 1958. Plant Disease Reporter, 43 (3). pp. 334-336.


Waksman, S.A. (1959) The Actinomycetes; Vol. 1. Nature, occurrence and activities. The Williams & Wilkins Company, Baltimore.

Williams, C.N. (1959) Resistance of Sorghum to Witchweed. Nature, 184 (4697). pp. 1511-1512.

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