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Boyce thompson institute for plant research, inc.
  • G. L. Mcnew
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • Science
  • 15 December 1967
The fungitoxic mechanisms in quinoline compounds and their chelates.
It must be remembered that any change in the chemical substituents of a molecule has many ancillary effects other than chemical reactivity which may have a bearing upon its pesticidal effectiveness.Expand
Crown infection of corn by Diplodia zeae.
Agglutination Test Applied to Strains of Phytomonas stewarti
1. The agglutination test was used in an attempt to identify ninety single-colony isolates of Phytomonas stewarti which were obtained from twenty-seven naturally infected maize plants at Princeton,Expand
Factors Influencing Attenuation of Phytomonas stewarti Cultures
  • G. L. Mcnew
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of bacteriology
  • 1 February 1940
Agglutinin Absorption by Different Strains of Phytomonas stewarti
All the strains tested absorbed most of the agglutinins from both homologous and heterologous sera, indicating that they were similar in most essentials, and the failure of some strains toagglutinate after absorbing agglUTinins was apparently due to their resistance to this reaction. Expand