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Effect of Inoculations with Cochliobolus sativus at Specific Growth Stages on Grain Yield and Quality of Malting Barley 1
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Yield and quality factors were more adversely affected if inoculation was just prior to flag leaf emergence or at anthesis than at early milk development, and reduction in yield in response to spot blotch epidemics was largely a function of reduction in kernel weight. Expand
Genetic analysis of heading date and other agronomic characters in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)
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Genetic analyses of heading date, tiller number, plant height, grain yield, kernel weight, and plump and thin kernels were made in three six-rowed barley crosses involving four cultivars, suggesting selection for these characters should be delayed past the F 2 generation. Expand
Evaluation of a simplified technique for the specific measurement of serum thyroxine concentration.
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The results obtained by the present method and by a standard Murphy-Pattee technique in various clinical states are essentially indistinguishable, are not influenced by iodine containing compounds, and accurately diagnose the presence of hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism. Expand
Alcohol Hypoglycemia: IV: Current Concepts of Its Pathogenesis
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It has been proposed that the effects of alcohol upon gluconeogenesis by cellular preparation may be conditioned by the alternative pathways available for reoxidizing the cytoplasmic NADH2 which is generated during alcohol oxidation. Expand
ALCOHOL HYPOGLYCEMIA. II. A POSTULATED MECHANISM OF ACTION BASED ON EXPERIMENTS WITH RAT LIVER SLICES.
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Under conditions of limited pyruvate turnover and availability, ethanol inhibited the formation of glucose-14C and increased lactic acid- 14C, although the consumption of oxygen was reduced only minimally. Expand
Effects of replacement doses of sodium L-thyroxine on the peripheral metabolism of thyroxine and triiodothyronine in man.
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To the extent that a similar fractional conversion occurs in the normal state, it can be calculated that a major fraction of the T(3) in serum derives from the peripheral deiodination of T(4) and that only a lesser fraction derives from direct secretion by the thyroid gland. Expand
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