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ONE NEW SUBFAMILY AND TWO NEW TRIBES OF THE DIASPIDIDAE (HOMOPTERA: COCCOIDEA)
TAKAGI, S., 2002. One new subfamily and two new tribes of the Diaspididae (Homoptera: Coccoidea). Ins. matsum. n. s. 59: 55-100,2 tables, 26 figs. Ulucoccinae, subfam. n., and Thysanaspidini andExpand
NOTES ON THE BEESONIIDAE (HOMOPTERA : COCCOIDEA)
Effect of alkaline metal substitutions to Bi-Sr-Ca-Cu-O superconductor
Abstract The formation temperature of Bi 2 Sr 2 Ca 1 Cu 2 O y superconductor decreases dramatically with an alkaline metal addition, and the T c value rises with incorporation of a smaller alkalineExpand
FOUR GALL-INDUCING ERIOCOCCIDS, WITH NOTES ON DIPTEROCARP-ASSOCIATED GALL-INHABITING COCCOIDS (HOMOPTERA: COCCOIDEA: ERIOCOCCIDAE AND BEESONIIDAE)
TAKAGI, S., 2001. Four gall-inducing eriococcids, with notes on dipterocarp-associated gall-inhabiting coccoids (Homoptera: Coccoidea: Eriococcidae and Beesoniidae). Ins. matsum. n. s. 58: 51-113, 34Expand
Some species of Aulacaspis related to mangrove-associated Australian species (Sternorrhyncha: Coccoidea: Diaspididae)
Title Some species of Aulacaspis related to mangrove-associated Australian species (Sternorrhyncha: Coccoidea: Diaspididae) Author(s) Takagi, Sadao; Takagi, Sadao Citation Insecta matsumurana. NewExpand
Vapor Pressure of Molecular Crystals. XIII. Vapor Pressure of α-Glycine Crystal. The Energy of Proton Transfer
Sublimation pressures of crystalline α-glycine were measured between 138 and 153°C by the effusion method. The pressure equationlogP(mmHg)=13.666-(6816.8/T) fits well the experimental data. The heat,Expand
Excess enthalpies of water+1,4-dioxane at 278.15, 298.15, 318.15 and 338.15 K
AbstractThe excess molar enthalpies of (1–x)water+x1,4-dioxane have been measured at four different temperatures. All the mixtures showed negative enthalpies in the range of low mole fraction butExpand
Preparation and Characterization of Hydrogen Molybdenum Bronzes, HxMoO3
Hydrogen molybdenum bronzes, HxMoO3, of Type-I (x=0.21), Type-III (x=1.55), and Type-IV (x=1.90) were prepared by the Glemser’s method. Type-II (x=0.91) was obtained from Type-III by standing in airExpand
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