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Volume 9 Number 1

   

Old and new plateaus ……………...............……..……

P.B. Smith

   1
   

Temperature studies on lime burning …………............…

Guy Rorabaugh, L.P. Orleans, L.W. Norman

  5 
   

Interspecific hybrids in the genus Beta ………........………

R. K. Oldemeyer, H.E.Brewbaker

 15 
   

Experiences with automatic tare samplers……………….....

P.M. Rosenow

 19 
   

Effect of chemical treatment on respiration of sugar beets....

R. T. Nelson

 21 
   

A grafting method to increase survival of seedlings of interspecific hybrids within the genus, Beta………………

R.T. Johnson

 25 
   

Black root of sugar beets as influenced by various cropping
sequences and their associated mycofloras
…………….......

R.E. Deems, H.C. Young

 32 
   

Metering devices and test results of some foreign and
domestic sugar beet planters
…...........................................

R.D. Barmington

 44 
   

Comparison of CO2 and NaHC03 as extractants for measuring available phosphorus in the soil ……….........……………….

Bion Tolman, Ronald Johnson, Robert S. Gaddie

 51 
   

Beet mosaic and beet yellows virus transmission by the green peach aphid.......................................................................

Edward S. Sylvester

 56 
   

The design of a vacuum pan ……........……………………

Edgar B. Cole 

 62 
   

Galactinol-weight relationships in breeding for resistance
to the sugar beet nematode
…............................................

J.F. Swink, R.E. Finkner   

 70 
   

Sampling of sugar beets for the processing laboratory ….....

Roy Teranishi, Robert L. Patterson, Harry S. Owens

 

 74 
   

The new DdS Silver slope diffuser……………….........…

Harold F. Silver

  78
   
Volume 9 Number 2
   

The influence of antecedent climates upon the subsequent
growth and development of the sugar beet plant
….....………

Albert Ulrich

 97 
   

Nitrogen constituents associated with reduction of
sucrose percentage and purity of sugar beets
…......................

J. L. Haddock, D.C. Linton, R. L. Hurst

110
   

Silver Engineering's New grab-roll beet screen……........…….

Clarence Steele

118
   

Treatment of sugar beet seed with systemic insecticides
for control of the beet leafhopper
…………………….………

Orin A. Hills, F. H. Harries A. C. Valcarce

124
   

Isolation and properties of sugar beet araban…………........

Allen E. Goodban, Harry S. Owens

129
   

Inheritance of raffinose production in the sugar beet…….....

R.R. Wood, R. K. Oldemeyer, H. L. Bush

133
   

Effects of sugar beet root diffusates and extracts, and other substances, on the hatching of eggs from the cysts of the sugar beet nematode, Heterodera schachtii Schmidt……................

Gerald Thorne

139
   

Determination of saponin in granulated sugar: method of
H.G. Walker adapted to routine control
……….......………

Robert R. West, Robert S. Gaddie

146
   

Materials and methods used in producing commercial male-sterile hybrids..........................................................     

Bion Tolman, Ronald Johnson

153
   
Drying temperatures and storage problems of sugar beet seeds...........................................................................
Carl W. Hall
161
   

Experience with auto-jet filters………...………..............

George W. Cossairt, Louis E. Purmort 

167
   
Breeding of Sugar beets with Reference to Sodium, Sucrose and Raffinose Content…................................................
R.E. Finkner, H.M. Bausermann
 
170
   
Resistance of Inbred Varieties of Sugar beets to Aphanomyces, Rhizoctonia and Fusarium Root Rots …. ............………..
M.M Afansiev
 
178
   
Some Effects of Excess Water Application on Utilization of Applied Nitrogen by Sugar beets …………................…
J.S. Robins, C.E. Nelson, C.E. Domingo
180
   
Studies of the Control of Saponin Concentration in Refined Beet Sugar ……………..................................................
Robert S. Gaddie 
189
   
Volume 9 Number 3
   

Distribution, relation to weeds, and histology of sugar beet root galls caused by Nacobbus batatiformis Thorne and Schuster…....................................................................

Gerald Thorne, M. L. Schuster

193
   

Beet-leaf silage…………….....................................……

E.J. Maynard

198
   

The purines, pyrimidines and nucleosides in beet diffusion juice and molasses……..................................................

J. B. Stark, T. Jaouni, G.F. Bailey

201
   

Changes in the concentration of amino acids in the leaves of sugar beet plants affected with curly top ……………….....

J. M. Fife

207
   

Zinc fertilizer tests on sugar beets in Washington…...........

Louis C. Boawn, Frank G. Viets, Jr.

212
   

Results of use of the red-marker beet as a top cross parent....…..................................................................

D.D. Dickenson, D. F. Peterson

217
   

Determination of floc in refined sucrose by coagulation with quarternary amines ......................................................

J.R. Johnson, M.R. Diehl

221
   

Influence of pre-emergence irrigation, planting date, and planting method on the production of sugar beets in Western Nebraska ………………………..…….........................

Lionel Harris, R.R. Allmaras, H.F. Rhoades, F. V. Pumphrey

226
   

Determination of saponins in refined beet sugars….....

H. G. Walker, Jr.

233
   

The effect of various impurities on the crystallization of
sucrose
…………........................................................

Guy Rorabaugh, Lloyd W. Norman

238
   

Sugar cooler-tubular, water cooled…………..........……

 A. L. Cooper

253
   
Computing Supersaturation for Sucrose Solutions …..…
Edgar B. Cole
 
258
   
Hydrogen Ion Effects on the Early Growth of Sugar beet Plants in Culture Solution..............................................
Albert Ulrich, Kenneth Ohki
 
265
   
Genetic Variability of Sugar beets in Relation to Spider Mite Injury ....……………...................................................
H. L. Bush, H.F. Brewbaker
 
275
   
The Effect of Soil Moisture and Compaction on Sugar beet Emergence ..………….................................................
B.A. Stout, F.W. Snyder, W.M. Garleton
277
   
 Volume 9 Number 4
   
Performance of Successive Generations of Two Sugar beet Varieties  …………....................................................
H.E. Brewbaker, H.L. Bush
 
285
   
Compaction Caused by Tractor Wheels in the Cultivation of Sugar beets…………...................................................
O.W. Monson
 
289
   
Paper Chromatography of Sugar beet Saponin Compounds ..
H.M. Bauserman, P.C. Hanzas
 
295
   
The Sugar beet Root Maggot in North Dakota ……….......
J.A. Gallenbach, W.L. Gojmerae, D.B. Ogden
 
300
   
The use of dalapon for grass control in sugar beets.............
Lawrence Southwick, J. W. Gibson, R. N. Raynor, R. L. Warden
305
   
Depolymerization of Paraformaldehyde …........…………
R.E. Hallbeck
 
313
   
A Preliminary Evaluation of Precision Hill Planting of Sugar beets ………................................................................
David Ririe, F.J. Hills, R.A. Kepner
 
316
   
Inheritance of Chlorophyll Deficiencies in Beta Vulgaris L. ...
V.F. Savitsky
 
321
   
An Evaluation of Mechanical Thinning of Sugar beets in California ....……...................................................…
F.J. Hills, David Ririe, M.D. Morse, D.M. Holmberg
 
337
   
A Comparison of the Dirt Screen Efficiency of Beet Receiving Equipment in use in the Alberta, Canada, area Served by Canadian Sugar Factories Limited  .………....................
J. Gerald Snow, K.E. Pilling
 
345
   
Respiratory Losses for Sugar beets Soon After Harvest …...
Myron Stout
 
350
   
The Effect of Various Preceding Crops on Sugar beets ……
S. Dubelz, G.C. Russell, K.W. Hill
 
354
   
Effect of in-the-row Spacing of Single, Double and Multiple Plant Hills on Beet Sugar Production ….……...…………
David Ririe, F.J. Hills
 
360
   
Factors Affecting Capacity and Design of First Carbonation Thickeners ……….......................................................
R. H. Van Note
367
   
Volume 9 Number 5
   

Factors affecting odor in beet sugar.………........……

E. H. Hungerford

377
   

Sugar beet male sterility  ...........................................

R.K. Oldemeyer

381
   

Nematode cyst hatch rate as influenced by fractions of beet root juice…………....................................................

H.M. Bauserman, R. F. Olson

387
   

Methods for count of Microorganisms in liquid sugars

H.E. Halden

393
   

Growth and nutrient uptake of sugar beets in the Imperial Valley, California….…….............................................

A.J. MacKenzie, K.R. Stockinger, B. A. Krantz

400
   

Identification of genetically-superior individuals and the prediction of genetic gains in sugar beet breeding programs

LeRoy Powers

408
   

A cytological study of F1 hybrids between Swiss chard and Beta Webbiana……...................................................

Helen Savitsky, John O. Gaskill

433
   

Effect of moisture and fertilization on emergence of sugar beet seedlings……...........................................................

F. W. Snyder

450
   

Factors influencing phenotypic expression of cytoplasmic male sterility in the sugar beet (Beta Vulgaris L.)…........

G.J. Hogaboam

457
   

Measurement of salt content of beet juices by total acidity…..

Harry S. Owens

466
   
Volume 9 Number 6
   

Respiratory metabolism of sugar beets………..................

Myron Stout, John D. Spikes

469
   

New Filter Fabrics........................................................

Ira A. Resch

476
   

Effects of virus yellows on sugar beet with a consideration of some of the factors involved in changes produced by the disease…....................................................................

C.W. Bennett, Charles Price, J.S. McFarlane

479
   

Proprietary materials for acceleration of first carbonation thickening…………....................................................

N.D. Hill, F.G. Eis

495
   

Chemical weed control in some Holly areas in Montana, Colorado, and Wyoming...............................................

E.M. Holst, E.G. Eckroth, C.E. Cormany

499
   

Exploratory studies on the use of paper chromatography and electrophoresis for detection of the yellows virus
in sugar beets
…………………………………............…

Merle G. Payne, John O. Gaskill, Jess L. Fults, Leslie B. Daniels

503
   

Developments of first carbonation vacuum filter details ….

G.W. Miles, Jr.

515
   

A preliminary report on the use of gibberellic acid to hasten reproductive development in sugar beet seedlings……...…

John O. Gaskill

521
   

Results of seed treatment tests.........................................

Norman Lawlor, Jr., Jerre F. Swink, Harold Jewell, D.B. Ogden

529
   

Economy in filter area for standard liquor filtration…….....

Martell B. Harris 

536
   
Wire mesh entrainment separators…………………....…
J.E. Cooley 
544
   
Notes Section……………….......................…………… 550
   
Volume 9 Number 7
   
Influence of different combinations of tops and roots of susceptible and resistant varieties of sugar beet on curly top symptoms and virus concentration…………………........
C.W. Bennett
553
   
The absence of carbonate in beet molasses…...………..
J.B. Stark, H. M. Wright
 
566
   
Plastic Protective Coatings……….........………………
Allan Woods
 
568
   
Sugar beet infection by more than one strain of
curly top virus
………………......................................
N.J. Giddings
 
573
   
Correlation studies of chemical morphological characters of sugar beet variety GW413……………………...............
Ernst Artschwager, H.E. Brewbaker
 
576
   
Sugar beet stand studies ……………...................……
E.G. Eckroth, G.E. Cormany
 
583
   

Reloading of beet storage piles in Alberta, Canada …......

Ray B. Evanson, Wesley G. Smith

586
   

Crystallization of sucrose with sonic waves……….....…

Andrew Vanhook, W.F. Radle, J.E. Bujake, J.J. Casazza

590
   

Preliminary studies on reciprocal recurrent selection in sugar beets……………......................................................

LeRoy Powers, R.E. Finker, C.W. Doxtator, J.F. Swink

596
   

Theoretical Steady  State Distribution of an Additive in Sugar Beet Diffusates ……...................................................

Fred Stitt

611
   

Notes Section…………………….................……………

 

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