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A 1.36:643Food Habits of North American Diving Ducks
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A 1.47:2012Agricultural Statistics 2012
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A 1.76:678Defects in Hardwood Timber
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A 1.76:670/v.3Pesticide Background Statements Volume III Pesticides
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A 1.76:681Forest Owners' Guide to Timber Investments, The Federal Income Tax,and Tax Recordkeeping
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A 1.76:685/v.4Pesticide Background Statements Volume IV Insecticides
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A 1.76:708Forest Owners' Guide to the Federal Income Tax
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A 1.78:18Planting the Southern Pines by Philip C. Wakeley
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A 1.84:11The Fir Engraver A Serious Enemy of Western True Firs
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A 1.84:34Survival of the Pink Bollworm Under Various Cultural and Climatic Conditions
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A 1.84:42The Replacement of One Grasshopper Species by Another
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A 1.84:55The Relationship Between Colony Populations and Honey Production as Affected by Honey Bee Stock Lines
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A 1.84:90A Cloth Strainer for Honey Conditioning Systems
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A 1.84:96Aerial Dispersal of the Pink Bollworm in the United States and Mexico
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A 1.84:100Seasonal Populations and Flight Patterns of Several Noctuid Moths in South-Central Arizona
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A 1.84:101The Introduction, Release, and Recovery of Parasites of the Alfalfa Weevil in Eastern United States
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A 1.84:102Resistance of Lycopersicon Species to the Carmine Spider Mite
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A 1.84:107Suppression of Wheat Stem Sawfly With Resistant Wheat
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A 1.84:108Rearing Cotton Insects in the Laboratory
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A 1.84:109Rearing Cotton Insect Parasites in the Laboratory
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A 1.84:110Fall Armyworm: Use of Virgin Female Traps To Detect Males and To Determine Seasonal Distribution
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A 1.84:111Developing Resistant Plants - The Ideal Method of Controlling Insects
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A 1.84:114Pathogens and Chemicals Tested Against Caterpillars on Cabbage
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A 1.84:116Materials Screened as Animal Systemic Insecticides at Kerrville, Texas 1960 - 1967
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A 1.84:119Beetles Found in Woods Trash During Winter Boll Weevil Surveys
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A 1.84:120Evaluation of Candidate Chemosterilants for the Boll Weevil
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A 1.84:122Preference of Sorghum Midge Among Selected Sorghum Lines, With Notes on Overwintering Midges and Parasitic Emergence
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A 1.84:125Attempted Eradication of the Corn Earworm From St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands
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A 1.84:126Low-Volume and Ultralow-Volume Sprays of Malathion and Methyl Parathion for Control of Three Lepidopterous Cotton Pests
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A 1.84:127Effects of a High Density of Blacklight Traps on Corn Earworm Population in Corn
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A 1.84:132Laboratory Evaluations of Candidate Insecticide Residues Against Face Flies and DDT-Resistant House Flies, 1961 - 1969
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A 1.84:133Evaluation of Pheromone-Baited Blacklight Traps for Controlling Cabbage Loopers on Shade-Grown Tobacco in Florida
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A 1.84:134Wheat Cultivars Resistant to Races of Hessian Fly
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A 1.84:136Relationship of Temperatures to Boll Weevil Complex Populations in Arizona
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A 1.84:137Toxicity of 45 Organic Herbicides to Cattle, Sheep, and Chickens
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A 1.84:138Shipment of Corn Earworm Pupae Through the U.S. Postal System
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A 1.84:139The Boll Weevil Complex in Arizona
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A 1.84:141Chemosterilants Screened Against the Boll Weevil in Dipping and Feeding Tests
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A 1.84:142Periodicity of the Blue-Green Algae and Their Effect on the Efficiency of Manure-Disposal Lagoons
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A 1.84:151An Analysis of Beekeeping Production Costs and Returns
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A 1.84:152The Integration of Selected Boll Weevil Suppression Techniques in an Eradication Experiment
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A 1.84:154Artificial Diets for Mass Rearing The corn Earworm (heliothis zea)
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A 1.84:161Two-Queen System of Honey Bee Colony Management
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A 1.84:163Trapping Pollen From Honey Bee Colonies
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A 1.84:164Laboratory Evaluations of Compounds as Repellents to Cockroaches, 1953 - 1974
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A 1.84:167Release and Recovery of Introduced Parasites of the Alfalfa Weevil in Eastern North America
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A 1.84:168Development of Hybrid Honey Bees
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A 1.84:169Overwintering of Honey Bee Colonies
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A 1.84:172Evaluation of Several Techniques as Components of an Integrated Control System for Pink Bollworm in the Southwest
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A 4.3:3Infectious and Parasitic Diseases of Domesticated Animals
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A 4.3:4Cattle, Sheep, and Allied Animals
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A 4.3:12Tapeworms of Poultry
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A 4.3:19The Inspection of Meats for Animal Parasites
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A 4.3:21/900Sheep Scab: Its Nature and Treatment
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A 4.3:35Eleven Miscellaneous Papers on Animal Parasites
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A 4.3:39Index-Catalogue of Medical and Veterinary Zoology Part I
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A 4.3:40Description and Treatment of Scabies in Cattle
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A 4.3:42Emergency Report on Surra
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A 4.3:60Manson's Eye Worm of Chickens
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A 4.3:66The GID Parasite (Censurus Cerebralis): Its Presence in American Sheep
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A 4.3:69The External Parasites of Hogs
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A 4.3:78Texas Fever
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A 4.3:97Proceedings of a Conference of Federal and State Representatives The Eradication of the Cattle Tick
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A 4.3:107The Analysis of Coal-Tar Creosote and Cresylic Acid Sheep Dips
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A 4.3:112The Loco-Weed Disease of the Plains
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A 4.3:119Studies on Blood and Blood Parasites
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A 4.3:125/pt.1The GID Parasite and Alliled Species of the Cestode Genus Multiceps
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A 4.3:130Studies on the Biology of the Texas-Fever Tick
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A 4.3:135A Comparative Study of Methods of Examining Feces for Evidences of Parasitism
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A 4.3:144Investigations Relative to Arsenical Dips as Remedies for Cattle Ticks
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A 4.3:145Trypanosoma Americanum, A Common Blood Parasite of American Cattle
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A 4.3:152Studies on the Biology of the Texas-Fever Tick
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A 4.3:153The Action of Anthelminitics on Parasites Located Outside of the Alimentary Canal
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A 4.3:158The Roundworms of Domestic Swine with Special Reference to two Species Parasitic in the Stomach
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A 4.3:163the Life History of Habronema Muscae (Carter) A Parasite of the Horse Transmitted by the Horse Fly
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A 4.3:167The Action of Arsenical Dips in Protecting Cattle from Infestation With Ticks
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A 5.6:55Service and Regulatory Announcements Migratory Bird Treaty, Act, and Regulations
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A 5.6:61Service and Regulatory Announcements Laws and Regulations Relating to Game in Alaska
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A 5.6:66Text of Federal Laws and Regulations Relating to Game and Birds
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A 5.6:70Migratory-Bird Treaty-Act Regulations and Text of Federal Laws Relating to Game and Birds
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A 5.6:71Migratory-Bird Treaty-Act Regulations and Text of Federal Laws Relating to Game and Birds
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A 5.6:73Laws and Regulations for the Administration of Federal Wild-Life Refuges
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A 5.6:76Migratory-Bird Treaty-Act Regulations and Text of Federal Laws Relating to Game and Birds
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A 5.6:77Migratory-Bird Treaty-Act Regulations and Text of Federal Laws Relating to Game and Birds
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A 5.6:78Migratory Bird Treaty Act Regulations and Text of Federal Laws Relating to Game and Birds
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A 5.6:81Migratory Bird Treaty Act Regulations
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A 5.6:82Text of Federal Laws Relating to the Protection of Wildlife
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A 5.6:83Migratory Bird Treaty Act Regulations 1935
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A 5.6:84Migratory Bird Treaty Act Regulations 1936
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A 5.6:88Regulations Relating to Migratory Birds and Certain Game Mammals: 1937
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A 5.6:91Regulations for Carrying Out the Federal Aid to Wildlife Restoration Act and Text of the Law
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A 5.6:92Regulations Relating to Migratory Birds and Certain Game mammals: 1938
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A 13.2:F 76/17Here are Forests for the World Power Conference from the Forest Service U.S. Department of Agriculture
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A 13.78:NC-52Ecological Studies of the Timber Wolf in Northeastern Minnesota
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A 13.80:RMRS-RB-12Idaho's Forest Products Industry and Timber Harvest, 2006
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A 13.88:NE-170Proceedings U.S. Department of Agriculture Interagency Gypsy Moth Research Forum 1992
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A 13.88:NE-171Silvicultural Guidelines for Forest Stands Threatened by the Gypsy Moth
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A 13.88:NE-175Proceedings Spatial Analysis and Forest Pest Management
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