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Volume 14 Number 1

Presidential address...............................................................
B. E. Easton
  1 
   
Pests and their control..........................................................
W. C. Shaw
 10 
   
Sugar and the synthetics.......................................................
Neil Kelly
 19 
   
A method of inducing autopolyploidy in sugar beets by seed treatment ...........................................................................
Helen Savitsky
 26 
   
A survey of the nutrient status of soils in the North Platte Valley of Nebraska for sugar beet production........................
G. A. Peterson, F. N. Andrrson, R. A. Olson
 48 
   
High temperature studies of sugar beet germination.................
R. M. Hoover, J. R. Goodin
 61 
   
Effect of growth regulators on yield and quality of sugar beets..
K. Schreiber, A. C. Ferguson
 67 
   
Homozygous diploid sugar beets .........................................
Bayard L. Hammond
 75 
   
Minutes of the Fourteenth General Meeting of the American Society of Sugar Beet Technologists.....................................  79 
   
Meritorious Service Awards...................................................  85 
   
Forty Year Veteran Awards...................................................  90 
   
Volume 14 Number 2
   
Sugar beet and purified juice quality in relation to non-sugar constituents .........................................................................
R. M. McCready, A. E. Goodban, Rachel Ratner, Albert Ulrich
  91
   
A severe necrotic disease of sugar beet caused by a strain of the beet mosaic virus...........................................................
R. J. Shepherd, B. B. Till, Norman Schaad
  97
   
Distribution of nitrate nitrogen in the blades and petioles of sugar beets grown at deficient and sufficient levels of nitrogen..
James D. Kelley, Albert Ulrich
106
   
Aphid control and planting date for the control of yellows of sugar beet...........................................................................
F. J. Hills, W. H. Lange, J. L. Reed, R. S. Loomis
117
   
Preparation of galactinol and myoinositol from sugar beet sirup by chromatography on a cation exchange resin.......................
R. M. McCready, J. B. Stark, A. F. Goodban
127
   
A simple method for the determination of the relative concentration of total amino acids in juice expressed from sugar beet pIant tissues........................................................
J. M. Fife
133
   
Maleic hydrazide and topping of overwintered sugar beets--a potential means of reducing the beet virus reservoir.................
R. J. Shepherd, B. B. Till
138
   
Some substances adsorbed on granular carbon from beet thick juice ...................................................................................
H. G. Walker, Jr., R. M. McCready
142
   
The effect of low, medium and high nitrogen fertilizer rates on the storage of sugar beer roots at high and low temperatures....
S. T. Dexter, M. G. Frakes, Grant Nichol
147
   
Control of cercospora leaf spot by aerial and ground applications of fungicide .....................................................
L. Calpouzos, C. F. Stallknecht, H. G. Johnson
160
   
Selecting sugar beet seedlings for resistance to Aphanomyces cochlioides..........................................................................
Gerald E. Coe, C. L. Schneider
164
   
Effect of aphid-borne beet yellows and beet western yellows on sugar beet seed production under conditions of varying ferti1ity................................................................................
Orin A. Hills, H. K. Jewell, C. W . Bennett, R. W. Brubaker
168
   
The effect of six different soil temperatures on infection and development of Nacobbus batatiformis in sugar beets..............
M. L. Schuster, Eric D. Kerr, Robert Sandstedt
174
Volume 14 Number 3
   
Optimum application of wash water in automatic white fillmass centrifugals...........................................................................
J. R. Thomas, O. V. Bonney, R. E. Hallbeck
181
   
A comparative study of the true sucrose content of Steffen and straight house molasses by isotope dilution..............................
M. J. Sibley, F. C. Eis, R. A. McGinnis
190
   
Sugar transformations in stored sugarbeets..............................
R. M. McCready, J. C. Goodwin
197
   
Development of a synchronous thinner..................................
Roger E. Garrett
206
   
Insecticide tests for control of the sugar beet root maggot in southern Idaho ...................................................................
Walter E. Peay, Charles L. Stanger
214
   
Competitive relationships in virus-infested sugar beet fields......
R. S. Loomis, C. W. Bennett
218
   
Evaluation of fungicides for the control of Cercospora leaf spot of sugar beets.....................................................................
R. E. Finkner, D . E. Farus, L. Calpouzos
232
   
Correlation coefficient studies of testers and parents for combining ability in sugar beets............................................
R. E. Finkner, H. S. Redabaugh, C. W. Doxtator
238
   
Effects of four methods of mechanical incorporation on the phytotoxicity of pyrazan.......................................................
G. A. Lee, H. P. Alley
248
   
Fungicidal control of sugar beet leaf spot................................
Lester W. Carlson
254
   
Polysaccharides of sugar beet pulp, a review of their chemistry.
R . M. McCready
260
   
Volume 14 Number 4
   
Treatment of Evaporator Thick Juice with Pittsburgh Activated Carbon ……….…................................................................
T.E. Paxson, L.P. Orleans, W.A. Harris, R. L. Naylor
271
   
Observations and Correlations on the Detrimental Effects of Savoy and Yellow Vein Viruses on Sugar beets ………….
R.F. Finkner, J.P. Yoder
278
   
Investigations of the Sieve Analysis Method …..……..……….
F. G. Eis,  J. P. Thomas
283
Effect of Virus Yellows on Guard Cell Chloroplasts in Sugar beets……….......................................................…....……..
Richard J. Hecker
292
   
A Simplification of the Method for Obtaining Mean Aperture and Coefficient of Variation of Granulated Sugars ……..…
H.E. Halden
297
   
Photosynthesis and Respiration Studies with Sugar beets ….
Myron Stout
302
   
Evaluation of Three Sugar beet Breeding Methods ………
Richard J. Hecker
309
   
Relation of Weather Factors to Dispersal of Conidia of Cercospora Beticola (Sacc.)...............................................
Lester W. Carlson
319
   
Results of Chemical Weed Control on Sugarbeets in Areas of the Utah-Idaho Sugar Company ….……….………………….
Ronald C. Johnson, Don G. Kidman, A.W. Richards, Jay B. Law, Dean Eves
324
   
Changes in Concentration of Three Amino Acids, in Mature Leaves of Sugar beet Plants Produced by Mass Selection for a Population Infected with Beet Yellows …….........................
J.M. Fife
334
   
A Rapid Method of Sorting Sugar Beets for Storage …..…..…
S. T. Dexler,  M.G. Frakes
350
   
Volume 14 Number 5
   
Divergent Selection in Tetraploid Pollinators for High and Low Germinating Triploid Hybrid Seed …..........……..…………
R.E. Stafford, R.F. Finkner
363
   
Selection for the Type O Character in Beta Vulgaris ….……
Kent Nielson, Joseph Nemazi
368
   
Ion Exchange Operation at Two Beet Sugar Factories in Japan ..................................................................................
Katsuya Sano, Mashio Yamaha
377
   
Occurrence of Double Ovules in Sugar Beets ....……………
Joseph Nemazi, Kent Nielson
389
   
Dry Matter of the Petiole as an Index for the Selection of Sugar beet Plants..…….......................................................
Peter Bergen
396
   
Effects of Previous Light Exposure on Respiration Rate and Dry Weight of Sugar beet Leaves ……............……………
Myron Stout
400
   
The Effect of Alfalfa in a Rotation on Yield and Quality of Sugar beets …………................................................
D.W. Robertson, R.E. Danielson, W.R. Schmehl, R.S. Whitney
405
   
Observations in Low Raw Crystallization ……….....………….
K.W.R. Schoenrock
413
   
The Effect of Simulated Hail Damage on Sugar Beets ..………
Olaf C. Soine
424
   
A Rapid and Practical Method of Determining Extractable White Sugar as may be Applied to the Evaluation of Agronomic Practices and Grower Deliveries in the Sugar beet Industry ..
S.T. Dexter, M.G. Frakes, F.W. Snyder
433
   
Volume 14 Number 6
   
Performance of sugar beet hybrids at different harvest dates.....
R. J. Hecker, M. G. Payne, E. E. Remmenga
455
   
Mass selection for improvement of Cercospora resistance and sugar content in the Northern Ohio Sugar Company areas.......
R. K Oldemeyer, R. C. Zielke
465
   
Sampling for 3-hydroxytyramine and polyphenoloxidase in sugar beets ........................................................................
M. Harrison, G. W. Maag, M. C. Payne, R. J. Hecker, E. E. Remmenga
470
   
Yellow wilt of sugar beet.......................................................
C. W. Bennett, F. J. Hills, R. Ehrenfeld K., J.Valenzuela B., C. Klein K.
480
   
Rapid determination of some nonsucrose components of beet juices..................................................................................
W. A. Harris, I. L. Naylor, R. L. Nelson
511
   
Breeding for combined resistance of leaf spot and curly top in sugar beet .........................................................................
John O. Gaskill, Charles L. Schneider, Albert M. Murphy, Gerald E. Coe
518
   
Seasonal patterns of sucrose accumulation and weight increase in sugar beets ....................................................................
Peter Bergen
538
   
Volume 14 Number 7
   
Refrigerated air cooling of sugar beets ....................................
Wiliiam G. Bickert, Fred W. Bakker-Arkema, Stephen T. Dexter
547
   
Relationships of four yield characters with five chemical characrers in sugar beets. .....................................................
Richard J. Hecker, W. T. Federer, LeRoy Powers, Merle B. Payne
555
   
Gibberellin and maleic hydrazide as growth regulators in sugar beets................................................................................
K. Schreiber, A. C. Ferguson
574
   
Performance of diploid anti triploid sugar beet hybrids from the same genetic source...........................................................
R. E. Finkner, R. E. Stafford, C. W. Doxtator, H. S. Redabaugh
578
   
The TTZ (triphenyltetrazolium chloride) reaction for invert sugars.................................................................................
W. J. Harris
593
   
Association of chemical characters with Cercospora leaf spot resistance in sugar beets........................................................
G. W. Maag, M. G. Payne, I. Wickham, R. J. Hecker, E. E. Remmenga, E. M. Harrison
605
   
Controlling soil crusting in sugar beet fields by applying concentrated sulfuric acid.....................................................
Ronald C. Johnson, Jay B. Law
615
   
Damage produced by beet yellows and beet western yellows under greenhouse and field conditions...................................
C. W. Bennett, J. S. McFarlane
619
   
Results of applying herbicides at time of last cultivation ..........
Ronald C. Johnson, Jay B. Law
637
   
Volume 14 Number 8
   
Effects of Cercospora leaf spot and dates of harvest on sugar beet varieties with or without Maneb treatment.....................
R. E. Finker, D. E. Farus
643
   
Effect of soil physical condition and fertility on yield of sugar beets on a Brookston clay soil............................................
E. R. Bolton, J. W. Aylesworth
664
   
Resistance of sugar beets to sugar beet root aphids. Pemphigus populivenae Fitch................................................................
R. I. Wallis, J. E. Turner
671
   
Computer method for calculating percentage apparem purity of sugar beet thin juice.............................................................
George A. Milliken, Richard J. Hecker
674
   
Potassium fertilization of sugar beets in central Washington......
D. W. James, D. C. Kidman, W. H. Weaver, R. L. Reeder
682
   
Attempted graft transmission of cytoplasmic male sterility in sugar beets (Beta vulgaris L.) .............................................
J. C. Theurer, R. J. Hecker, E. H. Ottley
695
   
Beet Molasses true purity predicted from thin juice chloride content ..............................................................................
J. B. Stark
704
   
The interrelation of 3-hydroxytyramine and polyphenoloxidase with weight per root and percent sucrose in sugar beets............
G. W. Maag, R. J. Hecker, M. G. Payne, E. E. Remmenga, E. M. Harrison
709
   
Greenhouse testing of sugar beet for resistance to curly top ....
C. L. Schneider, Ali M. Jafri, Albert M. Murphy
727