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Volume 16 Number 1
   
Presidential address........................................................
George E. Rush
  1 
   
Effect of leaf area and nitrogen on root weight and sucrose of sugarbeets.....................................................................
F. W. Snyder
  8 
   
A study of some physical and chemical parameters affecting nonsugar - sugar partition with cellulose acetate membrane...
L. T. Zanto, L. M. Christoffer, S. E. Bichsel
  26
   
Some speculations on the role of dopamine in the resistance of sugarbeets to Cercospora leaf spot..................................
M. Harrison, G. W. Maag, R. J. Hecker,  M. G. Payne
  34
   
The life span and number of leaves produced by sugarbeet plants infected with Cercospora beticola..........................
G. L. Crane, L. Calpouzos
  41
   
Foliar application of pyrocatechol to prevent late growth of sugarbeet and increase sucrose content..............................
B. Singh, D. J. Wort
  45
   
Inheritance of 3-Hydroxytyramine in sugarbeet; a phenolic compound associated with Cercospora leaf spot resistance ..
R. J. Hecker, G. W. Maag, M. G. Payne
  52
   
Rapid determination of nitrate-nitrogen in sugarbeets with the specific ion electrode ......................................................
B. D. Caslin, W. T. Franklin, M. A . Dillon
  64
   
Comparisons of beet yellows virus isolates from Arizona....
E. G. Ruppel
  71
   
Effect of planting date and vector control on the suppression of curly top and yellows in sugarbeet....................................
Gary Ritenour, F. J. Hills, W. H. Lange
  78
   
Meritorious Service Awards...........................................   85
   
Forty Year Veteran Awards and Honorary Membership Awards..........................................................................   91
   
Volume 16 Number 2
   
The performance of benzimidazole fungicides in the control of Cercospora leaf spot of sugarbeet ....................................
Z. Solel
  93
   
Storage and clear juice characteristics of topped and untopped sugarbect grown in 14 and 28-inch rows............................
S. T . Dexter, M. G. Frakes, R. E. Wyse
  97
   
Comparison of the same sugarbeet F1 hybrids as diploids, triploids and tetraploids.....................................................
R. J. Hecker, R. E. Stafford, R. H. Helmerick, G. W. Maag
106
   
Control of sucrose loss in sugarbeet during storage by chemicals and modified atmosphere and certain associated physiological changes ......................................................
M. T. Wu, B. Singh, L. E. Olson, D. K. Salunkhe
117
   
A method of evaluating the processing characteristics of sugarbeets, based on juice constituents: A prescription of beet quality...........................................................................
S. T. Dexter, M. C. Frakes. R. E. Wyse
128
   
A method for the determination of organic acids in sugarbeets and factory juices by gas liquid chromatography................
R. M. Sequeira
136
   
Potassium ion detector for monitoring boiler feedwater.......
P. H. Miller, W. O. Bemhardt, F. G. Eis
142
   
The direct production of liquid sugar from ion exchange treated thick juice.......................................................................
L. T. Zanto,  S. E. Bichsel
149
   
Physio-chemical and micro-biological studies on controlled atmosphere storage of sugarbeets.....................................
V. V. Karnik, D. K. Salunkhe, L. E. Olson, F. J. Post
156
   
Effect of row covering materials and depth of planting on sugarbeet emergence ......................................................
David Ririe, F. J. Hills
168
   
Inheritance of resistance to Cercospora leaf spot in sugarbeet ......................................................................
Garry A. Smith, John O. Gaskill
172
   
Results of a fertilizer starter test in Alberta........................
G. Guccione
181
   
Volume 16 Number 3
   
Curly top epidemic in Western Idaho ..............................
D. L. Mumford, W. E. Peay
185
   
Beet yellows disease: Correlation between amino acid ratio and tolerance with respect to percent sucrose and yield............
J. M. Fife
188
   
The effect of manure on sprangling of sugarbeet roots........
J. M. Nelson, E. G. Ruppel
191
   
Experimental results obtained in decolorizing and desalting dilute molasses solutions with permasep ultra filtration modules..........................................................................
S. E. Bichsel, J. A. Levad
197
   
Preliminary report on breeding sugarbeet for combined resistance to leaf spot, curly top, and Rhizoctonia..............
John O. Gashill, David L. Mumford, Earl G. Ruppel
207
   
Effects of Aphanomyces cochlioides and Pythium ultimum, alone and as complexes, with Heterodera schachtii on sugarbeet.......................................................................
E. D. Whitney, D. L. Doney
214
   
Genetic diversity in sugarbeet lines selected for nematode resistance.....................................................................
D. L. Doney, E. D. Whitney
219
   
Evaluation of effects of controlled atmosphere storage on roots of sugarbeets grown  at various levels of nitrogen fertilizer....
V. V. Karnil,  L. E. Olson, D. K. Salunkhe, B. Singh
225
   
Seasonal leaf area, dry weight, and sucrose accumulation by sugarbeets......................................................................
R. F. Follett,  W. R. Schmehl, F. G. Viets, Jr.
235
   
Variability in partial male-fertile sugarbeet.........................
J. C. Theurer
253
   
Estimating general combining ability from an incomplete crossing system...............................................................
George A. Milliken, H. L. Bush, Alvin W. Ericksen,  Alkio Suzuki
261
   
Volume 16 Number 4
   
Pathogenicity of curly top virus isolates from Utah and Idaho on several hosts .............................................................
C. L. Schneider
275
   
New process for deliming thin juice without regenerating agents and waste water ....................................................
Erhard H. Felber
279
   
A study of changes in the marc content of the sugarbeet during storage .........................................................................
R. E. Wyse, S. T. Dexter
289
   
The application and utility of magnesium exchange in the beet sugar process..................................................................
Karlheinz W. R. Schoenrock
299
   
Residual soil nitrate measurement as a basis for managing nitrogen fertilizer practices for sugarbeets .........................
D. W. James, A. W. Richards, W. H. Weaver, R. L. Reeder
313
   
Effect of gibberellic acid, several growth retardants and nitrogen levels on yield and quality of sugarbeets................
I. Poostchi, W. R. Schmehl
323
   
Development of monogerm sugarbeet seeds  as influenced by soil fertility ....................................................................
Leland R. Schweitzer, Edward E. Hardin
332
   
Quantitative relationships of three free amino  acids in fibrous roots of nematode infected sugarbeet................................
D. L. Doney,  J. M. Fife,  E. D. Whitney
341
   
Utilization of concentrated ion exchange non-sugar waste dried beet pulp .......................................................................
J. A. Levad, T. D. Carpenter, S. E. Bichsel
348
   
Inheritance studies of a pollen restorer from ruby queen table beet...............................................................................
J. C. Theurer
354
   
Volume 16 Number 5
   
Herbicidal activitiy of chloroacetamides and pyridazinones on sugarbeets and weeds .....................................................
E. E. Schweizer
359
   
Effect of agronomic and storage practices on raffinose, reducing sugar, and amino acid content of sugarbeet varieties..
R. E. Wyse, S. T. Dexter
369
   
Techniques for evaluating sugarbeet for resistance to Cercospora beticola in the field .......................................
E. G. Ruppel, J. O. Gaskill
384
   
Source of recoverable sugar losses in several sugarbeet varieties during storage....................................................
R. E. Wyse, S. T. Dexter
390
   
Impurity index selections on individual sugarbeets..............
George K. Ryser, J. C. Theurer
399
   
The influence of root zone temperature on phosphorus nutrition of sugarbeet seedlings........................................
Konstantinos M. Sipitanos, Albert Ulrich
408
   
A plot seeder for sugarbeet field experiments ...................
I. O. Skoyen, J. S. McFarlane
422
   
Boron nutrition in the growth and sugar content of sugarbeets..
James Vlamis, Albert Ulrich
428
   
Volume 16 Number 6
   
The relationship between agicultural practices and the occurrence of volunteer sugarbeets in Washington .............
W. E. Howell, G. I. Mink
441
   
Some physical characteristics of sugar crystals affecting dust formation........................................................................
Souly A. Farag, Charles L. Schmalz, Lloyd W. Norma
448
   
Invasion of non-host plant roots by larvae of the sugarbeet nematode, Heterodera schachtii ......................................
Arnold E. Steele
457
   
Soil nitrate nitrogen levels as an index of nitrogen fertilizer needs of sugarbeets..........................................................
J. O. Reuss, P. S. C. Rao
461
   
An apparatus for the measurement of carbon dioxide and water vapor exchange of attached sugarbeet leaves.............
N. Terry, L. J. Waldron, A. Ulric
471
   
Yield response of sugarbeets under various light intensities as influenced kochia density.................................................
A. D. Dotzenko, A. L. Arp
479
   
Application of ion-selective electrodes in  the beet sugar industry.........................................................................
Thomas Henscheid, Karl Schoenrock
482
   
Some agronomic factors affecting processing quality of sugarbeets.....................................................................
F. W. Snyder
496
   
In vitro zoospore production, motility, and germination of Aphanomyces cochlioides...............................................
Leonard J. Herr
508
   
Oxidative inactivation of invertase and polygalacturonase of Cercospom beticola Sacc................................................
Gopal S. Rautela, Merle G. Payne
516
   
Volume 16 Number 7
   
Control of Cercospora leaf spot of sugarbeet through aerial application of systemic and surface-protecting fungicides.....
C. L. Schneider, H. S. Potter, F. B. Russell
525
   
Techniques for leaf sampling and automated analysis of sugarbeet leaf amino acids...............................................
C. W. Maag, R. J. Hecker, P. A. Whitaker
530
   
Relation of sugarbeet germination to maturity and fruit moisture at harvest.........................................................
F. W. Snyder
541
   
Evaluation of herbicides for weed control in sugarbeets in Manitoba........................................................................
M. Klassen, C. Guccione
552
   
Morphological changes in roots of sugarbeet and tomato infected with Heterodera schachtii, Schmidt 1871.............
Arnold E. Steele
561
   
Hot water treatment for elimination of seeelborne Phoma betae and other microbial contaminants from sugarbeet seed..
Leonard J. Herr
568
   
The influence of dilution on the hatching activity of sugarbeet-root diffusate..................................................................
Arnold E. Steele
575
   
Performance of multigerm triploid sugarbeet hybrids when space planted ................................................................
J. S. McFarlane, I. O. Skoyen, R. T. Lewellen
577
   
Sugarbeet growth as influenced by row width, nitrogen fertilization, and planting date .........................................
M. A. Dillon, W. R. Schmehl
585
   
Studies on the permeability of sugarbeet tissue to stored sugar............................................................................
R. M. Cressman
595
   
Powered auger aids in planting mother beets.....................
R. C. Zielke, G. J. Hogaboam
605