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Volume 10 Number 1

   

Effects of climate on sugar beets grown under standardized conditions…………….................................................

Albert Ulrich, et al

   1
   

Improvements in cultural operation through mechanization ….

Austin Armer

 24 
   

Effect of frost defoliation on the respiration of the mature
sugar beet root .
………..................................................

D.J. Wor, D.M. Shrimpton

 29 
   

A study of some components affecting Steffen losses .…..

J. R. Johnson, T.C. Church

 34 
   

Studies in the measurement and evaluation of
crystallization velocity
....................................……………

Hugh G. Rounds, Paul C. Kunkel

 42 
   

Planting equipment for monogerm seed……..……………..

R. D. Barmington

 48 
   

Effect of gibberellic acid on germination, sucrose, and
yield of sugar beets
................................................…...…

Donald F. Peterson

 53 
   

Effects of some soil treatments on yield of sugar beets in soil infected with sugar beet nematode and Rhizoctonia root rot

E.M. Holst, C.E. Cormany

 56 
   

Results or divergent selection for general combining ability

D. F. Peterson D. D. Dickenson

 60 
   

Sugar beet production in Michigan as affected by cropping
sequence and fertility level
.…………………………………

J.R. Guttay, R.L. Cook, L. S. Robertson 

 66 
   

Studies of chemical treatments on sugar beets including
gibberellic acid, 2,4-D, and maleic hydrazide
.………………

R. T. Nelson, R. R. Wood

 76 
   

Techniques for increasing the efficacy of 1, 3 Dichloropropene soil fumigants in the control of the sugar beet and root-knot nematodes in sugar beets ………….............................

G. O. Turner

 80 
   
Minutes of the Tenth General Meeting………………..…  87 
   
Forty-Year Veteran Awards …………….………………  91 
   
Meritorious Service Award……………….………………  92 
   
In Memoriam ……………………………..………………   95
   
Volume 10 Number 2
   

A study and economic appraisal of the effect of nitrogen fertilization and selected varieties on the production and processing of sugar beets ……………..…......................

Hugh G. Rounds, George E. Rush, Donald L. Oldemeyer, C. P. Parrish, Frank N. Rawlings

  97
   

Gibberellic acid effects on seed and seedlings of sugar beets ..

C. W. Doxtator

117
   

Successive annual back crosses to a nonbolting inbred line
of sugar beets…
............................................................

F. V. Owen, J. S. McFarlane

124
   

The sucrose-sodium relationship in selecting sugar beets…..

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

133
   

Developments in methods for microbiological control in
liquid sugar
…...................................................…...……..

H.E. Halden, D. Leethem, F.G. Eis

138
   

Toothpick method of inoculating sugar beets for determining pathogenicity of Rhizoctonia solani..................................

M.L. Schuster, Stanley G. Jensen, Richard M. Sayre

142
   

Studies on transplanting sugar beets in Southern Alberta .…

D.T. Anderson, S. Dubetz, G.C. Russell

150
   

Chemical control of annual grasses in sugar beets in Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado ...………………………………

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

156
   

The effect of different levels of fertility on the chemical
composition of sugar beets
...............................................

G.C. Russell, S. Dubetz

165
   

Relationship between white pan pH and saponin content of the sugar………............................................................……

Robert S. Gaddie, Robert R. West

171
   
The incidence of Heterodera schachtii soil population densities in various soil types..........................................
Fields E. Caveness
177
   

Gibberellic acid as a growth acceleration on sugar beets..……

William A. Lawson

181
   
Notes Section ………………………............................. 187
   
Volume 10 Number 3
   

Curly top disease in Turkey and its relationship to curly top in
North America
....................….......................................

C. W. Bennett, Aziz Tanrisever

189
   

The effect of fertilizers and osmotic pressure on germination

S. Dubetz

212
   

Cucumber mosaic in seed fields of sugar beet in the Salt River Valley of Arizona ….........................................................

C.W. Bennett, Harold K. Jewell, Orin A. Hills

220
   

Population density gradients of the sugar beet nematode, Heterodera Schachtii….................................................….

Fields E. Caveness

232
   

Sugar beet germination selection results in osmotic pressure solutions I. Germination methodology and osmotic selection effects on germination of four varieties ..........................

G.W. Doxtator, R. E. Finkner

237
   

Sugar beet germination selection results in osmotic pressure solutions II. Yield and chemical constituents of progenies, on four varieties from osmotic selection …..........................

C.W. Doxtator, P. C. Hanzas, R. F. Olson

247
   

Effect of nitrogen on the yield and sucrose content of
sugar beets
…..............................................…….……...

Bion Tolman, Ronald C. Johnson

254
   

The role of reodorants in industrial odor abatement ………

Gerald D. Lancaster

258
   

The effect of fertilizer treatment upon three different varieties in the Red River Valley of Minnesota for: I.-Stand, yield, sugar, purity, and non-sugars ………………........................

D. B. Ogden, R. E. Finkner, R.F. Olson, P. C. Hanzas

265
   

II. -The effect of fertilizer treatment on the calcium, sodium, potassium, raffinose, galactinol nine amino acids and total amino acid content of three varieties of sugar beets grown in the Red River Valley of  Minnesota ….….....................

R.E. Finkner, D.B. Ogden, P. C. Hanzas, R. F. Olson

272
   
 Volume 10 Number 4
   

Varietal reaction of sugar beets to curly top virus strain 11 under field conditions.................................................

Albert M. Murphy, C. W. Bennett, F. V. Owen

281
   

Status of crop sequences related to Heterodera schachtii on sugar beets ...…….....................................................

Fields E. Caveness

283
   

The effects of different rotations on sugar beet production in land infested with the sugar beet nematode. Heterodera schachtii, in the Salinas Valley of California …..............

R. T. Johnson, G. W. Wheatley

286
   

The influence of cultural practices on the quality of
sugar beets ...
.............................................................

J.L. Haddock, P. B. Smith, A. R. Downie, J.T. Alexander, B. E. Easton, Vernal Jensen

290
   

Effect of gibberellic acid on rate of bolting of annual beets.

Myron Stout

302
   

Some effects of gibberellic acid on the physiology of
sugar beets .
…...............................................................

Myron Stout

305
   

The problem of wild annual sugar beets in California .……

R.T. Johnson, L.M. Burtch

311
   

Collection and selection of cysts of the sugar beet nematode Heterodera schachtii........................................................

David R. Viglierchio

318
   

Relation of sugar beet root maggot control by insecticides to sugar beet yield…...…................................................

W.R. Allen, W.L. Askew, K. Schreiber

330
   

Studies on the use of gibberellic acid to induce flowering in sugar beets……...........................................................

G.W. Wheatley, R.T. Johnson

335
   

Yield, quality, and nutrient content of sugar beet as affected by irrigation regime and fertilizers …….……………………

Jay L. Haddock

341
   

Effects of high energy electron irradiation on respiration of whole sugar beet roots...............................................

F. W. Snyder, D. E. Wiant

356
   

The stability of sugar beet curly-top virus strains….………

N. J. Giddings

359
   

Effect of crop rotation, manure and commercial fertilizer; upon yield, percent sugar and gross sugar production of sugar beets in southwestern Kansas.......……………......................

Donald W. Grimes

364
   
Volume 10 Number 5
   

Malva yellows, an aphid-transmitted virus disease .………

A. S. Costa, James E. Duffus, Roy Bardin

371
   

Effect of gibberellin on germination and early growth of the sugar beet…..................................................................

F. W. Snyder

394
   

Effects of some variables on first carbonation …...………

A.I. Morgan, A. E. Goodban, R. Teranishi, R. E. Knowles, R. C. McCready 

396
   

Reaction of galactinol selected beet varieties in breeding for nematode resistance …...................................................

R. E. Finkner, J. F. Swink

403
   

The effect of fertilizers on sugar beets including an economic optima study of the response ……………...……………..

J. F. Davis, W. B. Sundquist, M. G. Frankes

424
   

Odor in granulated beet sugar………………………………

R. F. Olson

435
   

Effect of nitrogen on yield and subsequent germinability of sugar beet seed ……................................................

F.W. Snyder

439
   

Susceptibility of several Beta species to the sugar beet nematode (Heterodera schachtii) and root knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.)…………........................................

A. Morgan Golden

441
   

Effect of competition on sugar beet plants in pot experiments.............................................................

Albert Ulrich

448
   

Changes in raffinose content and other characteristics of sugar beet varieties during six different harvest dates…….....

R. E. Finkner, J. F. Swink, C.W. Doxtator, R. F. Olson, P. C. Hanzas

459
   
Volume 10 Number 6
   

Yield comparisons from chemically and hand weeded sugar beets under watergrass conditions in California………

L.M. Burtch, C. M. Carlson

467
   

Rapid determination of moisture in pressed sugar beet pulp ..

Alan E. Goodban, T. Jaouni, R. M. McCready

478
   

Effects of storage on raffinose content of sugar beets I. Varietal changes occurring during storage ………………

R.E. Finkner, M. D. Finkner, R. F. Olson

481
   

Effects of storage on raffinose content of sugar beets II.
Evaluation of variance components for optimum sample
size determination
…..............................................…

M. D. Finkner, R.E. Finkner, R. F. Olson

489
   

Response of sugar beets to nitrogen depletion in relation to
root size .
.....................................................….………

R. S. Loomis, Albert Ulrich

499
   

Influence of the seedball on speed of germination of sugar beet seeds ……..………........................................

F. W. Snyder

513
   

The use of systemics di-syston and thimet to control virus yellows in California ….......................................

J.C. Hoff, R.H. Heath, D. D. Dickenson

521
   

Some chemical and physiological characteristics of inbred lines of sugar beets …...............................................

George K. Ryser, Myron Stout, Albert Ulrich, F.V. Owen

525
   

Distribution of cyst-and gall-forming nematodes of sugar beets in the United States………………………………

Fields E. Caveness

544
   

Some effects of gibberellin on stem elongation and flowering in sugar beets………..................................................

F. W. Snyder, S. H. Wittwer

553
   
Volume 10 Number 7
   

Development of a sugar beet processing laboratory.………

A.I. Morgan, E. J. Barta, G.O. Kohler

563
   

Fractionation of nitrogen compounds in beet molasses…...

J. B. Stark, A. E. Goodban, R.M. McCready

571
   

Genetic improvement of processing quality in sugar beets

LeRoy Powers, Ralph E. Finkner, George E. Rush, R. R. Wood, Donald F. Peterson

578
   

Terminal oxidases of the mature sugar beet root. ……

D. J. Wort, D. M. Shrimpton

594
   

The sodium-potassium nutrition of sugar beets produced on
organic soil
…........................................................…

L.N. Shepherd, J. C. Shickluna, J. F. Davis

603
   

A procedure for squash preparations of somatic sugar
beet tissues
…..............................................………….

Gerald E. Coe, Knud Klitgaard

609
   

Pollen sterility in Beta vulgaris associated with red pigmentation of the anthers…..................................

Hava Stein, W. H. Gabelman

612
   

Reversion in cytoplasmic male sterile plants of Beta vulgaris…................................................................

Hava Stein, W. H. Gabelman, B. Esther Struckmeyer

619
   

Glutamic acid content of sugar beet as influenced by soil moisture, nitrogen fertilization, variety and harvest date.

Donald G. Wooley, W. H. Bennett

624
   

Population genetic studies on the total nitrogen in sugar beets (Beta vulgaris L.)…….....................................

Merle G. Payne, LeRoy Powers, Grace W. Maag

631
   

Field inoculation of sugar beets with Aphanomyces cochlioides Drechs. .…….....................................................

G.L. Schneider

647
   

Partial composition of sugar beet molasses …………

J.B. Stark, A.E. Goodban, R.M. McCready

651