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Phyla Lanceolata (Michx.) Greene, Edgar Nelson Transeau Jul 1908

Phyla Lanceolata (Michx.) Greene, Edgar Nelson Transeau

Specimens by Name

No abstract provided.


Bulletin No. 79 - Ration Experiments With Lambs, 1906-07, University Of Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station Jul 1908

Bulletin No. 79 - Ration Experiments With Lambs, 1906-07, University Of Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station

Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletins

No abstract provided.


Bulletin No. 78 - Digestion Experiments Ii. Native Hays, Oat Straw, Pea Hay, Sweet Clover, And Alfalfa, University Of Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station Jun 1908

Bulletin No. 78 - Digestion Experiments Ii. Native Hays, Oat Straw, Pea Hay, Sweet Clover, And Alfalfa, University Of Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station

Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletins

No abstract provided.


The Relation Of Steer Feeding To Farm Economics, University Of Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station, Friend C. Quereau Jun 1908

The Relation Of Steer Feeding To Farm Economics, University Of Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station, Friend C. Quereau

Bulletins

No abstract provided.


Home-Grown Rations In Economical Production Of Milk And Butter, University Of Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station, James N. Price Jun 1908

Home-Grown Rations In Economical Production Of Milk And Butter, University Of Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station, James N. Price

Bulletins

No abstract provided.


Viola Pedata L., Edwin Hubert Eames May 1908

Viola Pedata L., Edwin Hubert Eames

Specimens by Name

No abstract provided.


Viola Tricolor L., Edwin Hubert Eames May 1908

Viola Tricolor L., Edwin Hubert Eames

Specimens by Name

No abstract provided.


Bulletin No. 77 - Irrigation Of Barley, University Of Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station May 1908

Bulletin No. 77 - Irrigation Of Barley, University Of Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station

Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletins

No abstract provided.


Bulletin No. 103 - Milling Qualities Of Meat, Robert Stewart, Joseph E. Greaves Apr 1908

Bulletin No. 103 - Milling Qualities Of Meat, Robert Stewart, Joseph E. Greaves

UAES Bulletins

Investigations regarding the chemical and milling characteristics of some of the various varieties of wheat grown in the State have been carried on since the season of 1904. This is, however, the first report of the investigations that has been published. The work was started with the hope of assisting in the determination of the varieties of wheat best adapted to the State. While, of course, the variety which does not yield well but which has excellent chemical and milling characteristics is not desirable, yet on the other hand, as has already been so often pointed out, neither is the ...


Bulletin No. 76 - Wyoming Forage Plants And Their Chemical Composition - Studies No. 3, University Of Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station Mar 1908

Bulletin No. 76 - Wyoming Forage Plants And Their Chemical Composition - Studies No. 3, University Of Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station

Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletins

No abstract provided.


Collection Book 1908, Cyrus Guernsey Pringle Jan 1908

Collection Book 1908, Cyrus Guernsey Pringle

Cyrus Pringle Collection Notebooks

This is the journal Cyrus Pringle kept during his collection trips in 1908.


Records, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1908-1917, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.) Jan 1908

Records, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1908-1917, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.)

History of Maine Fisheries

Records include coaster’s manifests and related papers for various coasting vessels employed in the importation and exportation of salt used for curing fish and salted fish, including cod and herring, with mention of both foreign and domestic ports, 1908-1917; ship’s papers for various schooners out of Castine, Me. on fishing voyages, primarily cod and herring, to the Grand Banks and the Newfoundland fisheries, including mention of fishing outfits and salt carried on board for curing fish at sea, 1913-1917. [From Series I of the Customhouse Records Collection, Penobscot Marine Museum. Note: Oversized documents necessitated scanning of some pages ...


Records, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1908-1912, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.) Jan 1908

Records, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1908-1912, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.)

History of Maine Fisheries

Records include correspondence and supply papers of the Collector of Customs in Castine, Me. regarding purchases of salt tubs, 1911; and salt warehouse statements, including quantity and grade of imported salt, 1908-1912. [From Series I of the Customhouse Records Collection, Penobscot Marine Museum. Note: Oversized documents necessitated scanning of some pages in two parts.]


Bonds On Withdrawal Of Salt For Curing Fish, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1908, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.) Jan 1908

Bonds On Withdrawal Of Salt For Curing Fish, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.), 1908, United States Customhouse (Castine, Me.)

History of Maine Fisheries

Manuscript volume for the U.S. Customhouse in Castine, Me. containing the bonds on withdrawal of salt for curing fish on board fishing vessels and/or on shore, including the names of vessels and their masters, the quantity and type (typically cod) of fish cured, and the quantity of Salt used in Curing, 1908. [From Series V of the Customhouse Records Collection, Penobscot Marine Museum.]


Annual Report Of The Director Of The South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station For Year Ending June 30, 1908, South Dakota State College Of Agriculture And Mechanic Arts Jan 1908

Annual Report Of The Director Of The South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station For Year Ending June 30, 1908, South Dakota State College Of Agriculture And Mechanic Arts

Agricultural Experiment Station and Research Farm Annual Reports

No abstract provided.


Twenty-First Annual Report Of The Agricultural Experiment Station Of The University Of Tennessee For 1908, University Of Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station Jan 1908

Twenty-First Annual Report Of The Agricultural Experiment Station Of The University Of Tennessee For 1908, University Of Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station

Annual Report

No abstract provided.


1908 Journal, Martha Murdock Mcmillan Jan 1908

1908 Journal, Martha Murdock Mcmillan

Journals

No abstract provided.


Notes On The 1908 Journal, Rankin Macmillan Jan 1908

Notes On The 1908 Journal, Rankin Macmillan

Rankin MacMillan’s Notes on Each Journal

No abstract provided.


Partial Transcription Of The 1908 Journal, Adam J. Wagner Jan 1908

Partial Transcription Of The 1908 Journal, Adam J. Wagner

Transcriptions

No abstract provided.


What Forestry Has Done., Treadwell Cleaveland Jr. Jan 1908

What Forestry Has Done., Treadwell Cleaveland Jr.

USDA Forest Service / UNL Faculty Publications

Many people in this country think that forestry had never been tried until the Government began to practice it upon the National Forests. Yet forestry is practiced by every civilized country in the world, except China and Turkey. It gets results which can be got in no other way, and which are necessary to the general welfare. Forestry is not a new thing. It was discussed two thousand years ago, and it has been studied and applied with increasing thoroughness ever since.

The principles of forestry are everywhere the same. They rest on natural laws, which are at work everywhere ...


Ua99/1 Scrapbook, Bgbu President's Office Jan 1908

Ua99/1 Scrapbook, Bgbu President's Office

WKU Archives Records

Scrapbook created by BGBU president J. Lewie Harman of newspaper photographs highlighting Bowling Green and Kentucky businesses, parks, roads, industry, agriculture and pastimes. The scrapbook is not dated.


The Arrhenuri Of The United States, Ruth Marshall Jan 1908

The Arrhenuri Of The United States, Ruth Marshall

Faculty Publications from the Harold W. Manter Laboratory of Parasitology

The Arrhenuri comprise the largest genus of the Hydrachnidre, and one of the most highly differentiated and widely distributed. The genus is easily recognized by the following characters. The thick chitinous covering of the body is pierced by large pores. A circular furrow on the dorsal side marks off an area which is entirely enclosed in the female, in the male usually open onto the posterior extension of the body. The females are oval in form and much alike; the males are smaller and vary greatly from each other and from the females. They are characterized by a posterior prolongation ...


Ueber Einige Von Arnold Beschriebene Bienen, J. D. Alfken Jan 1908

Ueber Einige Von Arnold Beschriebene Bienen, J. D. Alfken

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Halictus monstrificus Mor. (temporalis Arnoldi. 1.) Im 5. Jahrgang dieser Zeitschrift, 1905, pg. 145, stellte ich H. monstrificus Mor. als Synonym zu H. sexstrigatus Schck. und bemerkte dort, dass von H. monstrificus bis dahin nur das o' bekannt geworden ware. Damals war mir entgangen, dass das ~ schon 1894 von Arnold in den Horae Soc. Ent. Ross., pg. 165, beschrieben wurde. Im Cataloge von Dalla Torre, pg. 72, wird bei H. morzstrificus Arn. irrtumlich pg. 161 zitiert und leider anzugeben vergessen, dass Arnold ~ und o' beschrieb. Dieser gut beobachtende Autor gab der Art fruher den sehr bezeichnenden Namen H. temporalis (a ...


Pb1908-27 Loss From Cornstalk Disease In Custer County, Nebraska, During The Winter Of 1906-1907 (Distributed January 1908, Reprinted December 1930), F.J. Alway, A.T. Peters Jan 1908

Pb1908-27 Loss From Cornstalk Disease In Custer County, Nebraska, During The Winter Of 1906-1907 (Distributed January 1908, Reprinted December 1930), F.J. Alway, A.T. Peters

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

"Cornstalk disease" is the name given to the cause or causes of death of cattle allowed to run in fields of standing cornstalks from which the ears have been gathered. It is probable that "many different maladies have been included under this name." In Nebraska, however, there is such a similarity in the symptoms reported by the farmers that it seems probable that the great majority of the losses attributed to cornstalk disease are really due to some common cause. As to the exact nature of this cause nothing is known. However, various theories have been advanced, and methods of ...


Farm Machinery And Farm Motors, J. Brownlee Davidson, Leon Wilson Chase Jan 1908

Farm Machinery And Farm Motors, J. Brownlee Davidson, Leon Wilson Chase

Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Books

INSTRUCTION pertaining to Farm Machinery and Farm Motors has been quite recently added to the agricultural course in the majority of the agricultural colleges in the United States. Although the need and importance of such a study was self-evident, it was a new field, one in which the knowledge pertaining to the subject had not been prepared and systematized for instructional purposes. The latest book on the subject of Farm Machinery was written by J. J. Thomas in 1869, before the general introduction of labor-saving machinery for farm work. Many books have been written on the various motors used for ...


The Voice Of The Phi Sigma -- 1907 --, Phi Sigma Dec 1907

The Voice Of The Phi Sigma -- 1907 --, Phi Sigma

The Voice of the Phi Sigma

This item is part of the Phi Sigma collection at the College Archives & Special Collections department of Columbia College Chicago. Contact archives@colum.edu for more information and to view the collection.


New North American Hymenoptera, J. C. Crawford Dec 1907

New North American Hymenoptera, J. C. Crawford

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The genus Diomorus ,walker has the mesepisternum deeply incised above the middle and will therefore have to be placed in the Toryminae, where it can be separated from the other genera by the tooth on the hind femora. In his classification of the Chalcidoidea, Dr. Ashmead has used the presence or absence of teeth on the hind femora as a secondary character to separate the Toryminre and the Monodontomerinre. This will have to be dropped or at least modified to show the above exception.


Hymenoptera Two New Bees Of The Genus Ceratina, Carl F. Baker Oct 1907

Hymenoptera Two New Bees Of The Genus Ceratina, Carl F. Baker

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Female Length 11 mm. Head mostly except the black vertex, thorax except the black entire median portion of the menosotum, brilliant green, with a slight brassy tinge. Abdomen deep shining purple. Antennae and legs piceous, the latter, together with the venter, covered with rather long and thick ferrugineous pubescence. Wings uniformly pale smoky and iridescent, the veins ,lark, the stigma translucent. First submarginal cell about twice the length of second, the first abscissa of radius equalling third.


New Halictinae From The Western United States, J. C. Crawford Oct 1907

New Halictinae From The Western United States, J. C. Crawford

Co

No abstract provided.


Iv. Hymenoptera, Peter Cameron Sep 1907

Iv. Hymenoptera, Peter Cameron

Bu

No abstract provided.