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Volume 11 Number 1

 

President's Message ………....................……………………

Harvey P. H. Johnson

   1
   

Experimental control of the beet leafhopper on sugar beets grown for seed ....................................................................

Howard E. Dorst

 12 
   

Beet leafhopper control in sugar beets by seed or soil treatment............................................................................

0rin A. Hills, A. C. Valcarce, H. K. Jewell, D. C. Coudriet

 

 15 

Effects of sodium 2,3-dichloroisobutyrate, a selective gametocide, on sugar beets ..................................................

John W. Dudley

 25 
   

Interaction of components of impurity and location in hybrids from inbred lines of sugar beets. ..........................................

F. V. Owen, Myron Stout, Albert M. Murphy, G. H. Smith, G.K. Ryser

 37 
   

Development of air conditioned, compartmented greenhouse

R. R. Wood, D. E. Conwell, C. Walter lmpey, P. B. Smith

 44 
   

Meiosis in an Fl hybrid between a Turkish wild beet (Beta Vulgaris, ssp. maritima) and Beta procumbens ..…………...

Helen Savitsky

 49 
   

Preparation and storage of beet pulp samples for sucrose analysis ..............................................................................

Albert Ulrich, Kenneth Ohki

 68 
   

Combinations of specific fungicides for sugar beet seed treatments ..........................................................................

L. D. Leach, F. J. Hills

 75 
   
Minutes of the Eleventh General Meeting of the American
Society of Sugar Beet Technologists
….………………………
 84 
   

Forty-Year Veteran Awards …...…….……….....………...…

 

 88 
Meritorious Service Award …….……………...………………  89 
   
In Memoriam ………………….…………....…………………  95 
   
Volume 11 Number 2
   
Population Genetic Studies on Sodium and Potassium in Sugar beets (Beta Vulgaris L.)………………………………………
John W. Dudley, LeRoy Powers
 97 
   
Incidence of Rhizoctonia Crown Rot of Sugarbeets in Irrigated Crop Rotation …..................................................................
M. L. Schuster, L. Harris 
128
   
Determination of Microorganisms in Sugar Products by
the Millipore Method.
...........................................................
H. E. Halden, D.D. Leethem, F.G. Eis
 
137
   
Bulk and Liquid Sugar Production at the Brookfield (Chicago) Terminal.............................................................................
L.T. Jensen, Whitney Newton II
 
143
   
An Investigation of the Effects of Various Methods of Herbicide Application on Weed Control in Sugar beets ……
J.D. Bandeen, G.E. Jones, C.M. Switzer
151
   
Selection of sugar beets for tolerance to endothal herbicide.....
R. T. Nelson, R. R. Wood, R. K. Oldemeyer
155
   
Further studies on the control of weeds in sugar beets with herbicides.......................................................................
J. K. Bandeen, G. E. Jones, C. M. Switzer
160
   
Some Effects of Virus Yellows on Sugar beet Processing Quality .........................................................................
A.E. Goodban, A.J. Morgan, R. Teranishi, H.G. Walker Jr. , R. M. McCready
164
   
The Design, Operation and Economic Evaluation of Gas-Fired Lime Kiln .....................................................................
Slyvester M. Heiner
168
   
Evaluation of Combining Ability in Self- Fertile Lines of Sugar beets using Male-Sterile Testers………......…………….…
Donald L. Oldemeyer, George E. Rush
175
   
Notes Section ..…..……………………………..…………… 186
   
Volume 11 Number 3
   

The lmpingatron Seed Treater...…...…………………..........

L. A. Kloor, Alex Lange, Jr. 

189
   

Simulated hail injury to sugar beets ……....…………….…..

M. M. Afanasiev, Stuart D. Lyda, I. K. Mills

196
   

The occurrence and elimination of saponin in process juice .…

J.R. Johnson

201
   

Compositional changes in diffusion juices from stored sugar beets ...............................................................................

H. G. Walker, Jr., E. S. Rorem, R. M. McCready

206
   

Viable diploid, triploid and tetraploid hybrids between Beta vulgaris and species of the section Patellares ……………..

Helen Savitsky

215
   

Effect of soil compaction on development and yield of sugar beets ................................................................................

G. R. Blake, D. B. Ogden, E. P. Adams, D. H. Boelter

236
   

A continuous sugar centrifugal ……..………..…………….

Frank Price

243
   

Development of monogerm varieties of sugar beets by the
backcross method..
...........................................................

H. E. Brewbake,r R. K. Oldemeyer, H. L. Bush

252
   

The role of nitrites in promoting high ash values in white sugar

Karlheinz W. R. Schoenrock ,J. R. Johnson

258
   

Chemical control of wild oats (Avena fatua L.) in sugar beets

J.J. Sexsmith

268
   
Volume 11 Number 4
   

Yield and zinc content of sugar beets as affected by nitrogen source, rate of nitrogen, and zinc application ……………..….

Louis C. Boawn, Frank G. Viets, Jr., C. E. Nelson, C. L. Crawford

279
   

Movement and persistence of endothal (3,6 endoxohexahydrophthalic acid) as influenced by soil texture, temperature, and moisture levels .........................................

R. D. Comes, D. W. Bohmont, H. P. Atley

287
   

Heterodera schachtii, hatching properties of field importance

David H. Viglierchio

294
   

Preparation of melibiase-invertase for sugar beet molasses assay of raffinose .............................................................

D. D. Leethem R. E. Hallbeck

302
   

Comparison of statistical designs for a large number of entries of sugar beet strains.......................................................

H. L. Bush, R. K. Oldemeyer

306
   

In vitro inoculation of sugar beet seedlings with Aphanomyces cochlioides Drechs.........................................................

.H. S. MacWithey

309
   

An analysis of production practices of sugar beet farmers in Michigan, 1958.................................................................

J. F. Davis, M. G. Frakes

313
   

Effect of gibberellic acid on sucrose, purity and weight of sugar beets ................................................................................

Donald F. Peterson

320
   

Use of unit block selection method for yield, sugar and purity in sugar beets ….................................................................

D. F. Peterson, C. E. Cormany

323
   

Changes in the concentration of amino acids in sugar beet plants induced by virus yellows ...………………………

J.M . Fife

327
   

Processing monogerm seed …….…………………………...

F. H. Peto

334
   

Ion exchange process for beet sugar refining I. Purification of beet diffusion juice.............................................................

G. Assalini, G. Brandoli

341
   

Ion exchange process for beet sugar refining II. Purification of sugar solutions...................................................................

G. Assalini G. Brandoli

349
   

Northern California sugar beet quality survey..…………

John C. Hoff

358
   
Notes Section ..…………………………..…………...…… 362
   
Volume 11 Number 5
   
The Effects of Dalapon on Pectic Substances and on Root
Growth of Sugar beets
....................................................
H.P. Alley, D.W. Bohmont, H.M. Hepworth
 
365
   
Variety Climate Interactions of Sugar beet Varieties in Simulated Climates ............................................................
Albert Ulrich
 
376
   
A New Look at Some Nitrogen Relationships Affecting the
Quality of Sugar beets.
........................................................
Myron Stout
 
388
   
An Examination of the Effectiveness of Various Sanitizing Agents Against Yeasts Isolated from Liquid Sugar and Sucrose-Corn Syrup Blends ..…..................................
Paul S. Nicholes, Francis G. Burton
 
399
   
The Effect of Phosphorus Fertilization and Time of Application and Chemical Composition of Foliage and on Yield Sucrose Content and Percent Purity of Sugar beet Roots
J. F. Davis, Grant Nichol, Don Thurlow
 
406
   
Hailstorm Damage to Crops in Northeastern Colorado and an Analysis of Precipitation Anomalies Associated with a Cloud Seeding Program in 1959 …………....................................
Richard A. Schleusener
 
413
   
Studies on Backcross Generations and Advanced Generations of Interspecific Hybrids between B. Vulgaris and B. webbiana ........................................................................
R.T. Johnson, G.W. Wheatley
 
429
   
Carbohydrate Metabolism of Sugar beets I. Respiratory Catabolism of mono and di-saccharides .............................
Royal D. Barbour, C. H. Wang
 
436
   
Carbohydrate Metabolism of Sugar beets II. Catabolic Pathways for Acetate, Glyoxylate, Pyruvate, Glucose and Gluconate …....................................................................
C.H. Wang, Royal D. Barbour
 
443
   
Notes Section .........………………………………………… 455
   
Volume 11 Number 6
   
Some Chemical Aspects of Resistance to Cercospora Leaf Spot in Sugar beets.….........................................................
Merle Harrison, Merle G. Payne, John O. Gaskill
 
457
   
Planter Tests and Seed Preparation Using Monogerm Sugar beet Seed .........................................................................
R. D. Barmington
 
469
   
A Preliminary Study of the Relationship of the Sugar beet Nematode Heterodera Schachtii to Three Varieties of Red Tomatoes …..…….............................................................
Joseph Nemazi
482
   
An Evaluation of Insecticides for Control of the Sugar beet Root Maggot in Southern Alberta ………………...………..
A.M. Harper, C. E. Lilly, P. Bergen
 
491
   
New Hybrid Sugar beet Varieties for California …………..
J.S. McFarlane, F.V. Owen, Albert M. Murphy
 
500
   
The Composition of Beet Molasses with Particular Reference to Nitrogenous Compounds...................……………………
J. B. Slark
 
507
   
Evaluation of Telone and D-D in Relation to Planting Time and Fallowing for Control of Sugar beet Nematode, Heterodera Schachtii Schmidt .....................................
Edsel C. Jorgenson, Gerald D. Griffin
 
515
   
Saponin Survey of Various Factories of the 1958 Campaign
P.C. Hanzas, R.W. Kohn
 
519
   
Effect of Naban Solutions on the Emergence of Larvae from Cysts of Heterodera Schachtii ............................................
Arnold
E. Steele  
528
   
Effects of Sugar beet Nitrogen on Juice Purification ……......
R.E. Knowplex, R.M. McCready
 
533
   
Testing of Inbred Lines of Sugar beets for Resistance to Aphanomyces, Rhizoctonia and Fusarium Root Rots
M.M Afanasiev, E.L. Sharp
542
   
Volume 11 Number 7
   

The variability of sugar beet constituents as influenced by years, location, variety, and nitrogen fertilization …................

DeVere R. McAllister, Rex L. Hurst, Donald G. Wooley, Harold M. Nielsen, L. Elmer Olson, Delbert A. Greenwood, Homer M. LeBaron, William H. Bennett

547
   
Increased yield and purity of hybrids from the Ovana fodder beet….…..........................................................................
Myron Stout,
George K. Ryser, Albert M. Murphy, F. V. Owen
565
   
Artificial exposure of sugar beets to Rhizoctonia solani ……
Victor
G. Pierson, John O. Gaskill
574
   
Use of an annual tester for the monogerm conversion of inbred lines of sugar beets............................................................
R
.
K. Oldemeyer
591
   
Variability of sugar beet plants grown in pots without competition for light, water and nutrients ………………...
A
lb
ert Ulrich
595
   
Radiographing as a method of observing some seed characters in monogerm sugar beet fruits ..……………………….......
G.
J. Hogaboam
605
   
Some chemical-genetic studies pertaining to quality in sugar beets (Beta vulgaris L.) …..…………………………………
Merle
G. Payne, LeRoy Powers, E. E. Remmenga
610
   

Effects of beet western and ·beet yellows viruses on amino acids in sugar beets ............................................................

James E. Duffus, J.M. Fife

629
   
Constitution and bylaws of the American Society of Sugar Beet Technologists................................................................... 632
   
Volume 11 Number 8
   

Acquisition and transmission of curly top virus by artificially fed beet leafhoppers …………....……………………

C.W. Bennett

637
   

Germination-emergence of sugar beet seed as affected by treatment and storage …....................................................

G. W. Wheatley, R. T. Johnson

649
   

Tests of foreign introductions of Beta vulgaris L. for resistance to Aphanomyces cochlioides Drechs. and Rhizoctonia solani Kuehn .................................................

G.I. Schneider, John O. Gaskill

656
   

Plastic chambers for humidity and temperature control in vegetative propagation and growth of sugar beets ………..

G.J. Hogaboam.

661
   

An improved method for the evaluation and selection of sugar beets (Beta vulgaris L.) 1. The selection of individual plants .

Peter Bergen

668
   

Sucrose and weight of root in tetraploid monogerm and multigerm sugar beet populations under different mating systems ............................................................................

V.F. Savitsky 

676
   

Author Index…...……………………………………...……

712
   
Keyword Index ………….................................................. 720