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Name  Dennis Hoagland
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Died  1949, Oakland, California, United States
Books  Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants

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Dennis Robert Hoagland (1884–1949) was a plant scientist working in the field of plant nutrition. He was Professor of Plant Nutrition at the University of California at Berkeley from 1927 until his death in 1949., and was a member of the National Academy of Sciences. He was known especially for his work on hydroponics and the Hoagland solution.

Hoagland graduated from Stanford University (1907) with a major in chemistry. In 1908 he became an instructor and assistant in the Laboratory of Animal Nutrition at the University of California at Berkeley, an institution with which he would be associated for the remainder of his life. He worked in the field of animal nutrition and biochemistry until 1912, when he entered the graduate school in the department of agricultural chemistry at the University of Wisconsin, receiving his master’s degree in 1913. The following year he became assistant professor of agricultural chemistry at Berkeley.

A Hoagland hydroponic solution provides every nutrient necessary for plant growth being appropriate for the growth of a large variety of plant species. The solution described by Hoagland and Arnon in 1938 has been modified several times, notably with the addition of iron chelates.

Studies of the Endogenous Metabolism of the Pig as Modified by Various Factors, etc. With E. V. McCollum. J. Biol. Chem., 16(2) :299-325.

1915

The Destructive Distillation of Pacific Coast Kelps. J. Ind. Eng. Chem., 7(8) :673-676.

Organic Constituents of Pacific Coast Kelps. J. Agr. Res., 4(1) :39~58. The Complex Carbohydrates and Forms of Sulphur in Marine Algae of the Pacific Coast. With L. L. Lieb. J. Biol. Chem., 23(1) :287-297.

1916

Acidity and Adsorption in Soils as Measured by Hydrogen Electrode. With L. T. Sharp. J. Agr. Res., 7:3.

1917

The Effect of Hydrogen and Hydroxyl Ion Concentration on the Growth of Barley Seedlings. Soil Sci., 3(6) 547-560.

1918

Relation of Carbon Dioxide to Soil Reaction as Measured by the Hydrogen Electrode. With L. T. Sharp. J. Agr. Res., 12(3) 1139-148.

The Freezing-Point Method as an Index of Variations in the Soil Solution Due to Season and Crop Growth. J. Agr. Res., 12(6) :369~395.

The Chemical Effects of CaO and CaCOs on the Soil. Part I. The Effect on Soil Reaction. With A. W. Christie. Soil Sci., 5(5) :379~392.

The Relation of the Plant to the Reaction of the Nutrient Solution. Science, 48(1243) :422-425.

1919

Notes on Recent Work Concerning Acid Soils. With L. T. Sharp. Soil Sci. 7(3) =197-200.

Note on the Technique of Solution Culture Experiments with Plants. Science, 49(1267) :360-362.

The Effect of Certain Aluminum Compounds on the Metabolism of Man. With C. L. A. Schmidt. Univ. Calif. Pub. Path., 2(20):215-244.

Table of PH, H + , and OH~ Values; Corresponding to Electromotive Forces Determined in Hydrogen Electrode Measurements, with a Bibliography. With C. L. A. Schmidt. Univ. Calif. Pub. Phys., 5(4): 23-69.

Relation of Nutrient Solution to Composition and Reaction of Cell Sap of Barley. Bot. Gaz., 68(4)1297-304.

The Relation of Concentration and Reaction of the Nutrient Medium to the Growth and Absorption of the Plant. J. Agr. Res., 18(2) =73-117.

The Effect of Several Types of Irrigation Water on the PH Value and Freezing Point Depression of Various Types of Soils. With A. W. Christie. Univ. Calif. Pub. Agr. Sci., 4(6) :141-158.

1920

Optimum Nutrient Solutions for Plants. Science, 52(1354) 1562-564.

Effect of Season and Crop Growth on the Physical State of the Soil. With J. C. Martin. J. Agr. Res., 20(5) :397-4O4.

Relation of the Soil Solution to the Soil Extract. With J. C. Martin and G. R. Stewart. J. Agr. Res., 20(5) :381~395.

1922

The Soil Solution in Relation to the Plant. Trans. Far. Soc., 17(2) 1249-254.

Soil Analysis and Soil and Plant Interrelations. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 235:1-7.

Soil Analysis and Soil and Plant Interrelations. Citrus Leaves, 2(6) :i-2, 16-17.

1923

The Feeding Power of Plants. With A. R. Davis and C. B. Lipman. Science, 57(1471) 1299-1301.

The Composition of the Cell Sap of the Plant in Relation to the Absorption of Ions. With A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 5(5) 1629-1646.

Effect of Salt on the Intake of Inorganic Elements and on the Buffer System of the Plant. With J. C. Martin. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. P., 8:1-26.

Further Experiments on the Absorption of Ions by Plants, Including Observations on the Effect of Light. With A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 6(1):47-62.

The Absorption of Ions by Plants. Soil Sci., 16(4) 1225-246.

A Comparison of Sand and Solution Cultures with Soils as Media for Plant Growth. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 16(5) 367-388.

The Effect of the Plant on the Reaction of the Culture Solution. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. P., 12:1-16.

1924

The Electrical Charge on a Clay Colloid as Influenced by Hydrogen-Ion Concentration and by Different Salts. With W. C. Dayhuff. Soil Sci., 18(5) :401-408.

1925

Suggestions Concerning the Absorption of Ions by Plants. With A. R. Davis. The New Phytologist, 24(2):99-111.

Physiological Aspects of Soil Solution Investigations. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Hilg., 2(11) 1227-1257.

1926

Some Phases of the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants in Relation to the Soil Solution. Sci. Agr., 6(5) :141-151, 177-189.

Effect of Certain Alkali Salts on Growth of Plants. With J. S. Burd and A. R. Davis. (20) Abstract. Nature and Promise of Soil Solution. (21) Abstract of Papers Read Before Pan-Pacific Scientific Congress, Australia.

Influence of Light, Temperature and Other Conditions on the Ability of Nitella Cells to Concentrate Halogens in the Cell Sap. With P. L. Hibbard and A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 10(1) :121-146.

The Investigation of the Soil from the Point of View of the Physiology of the Plant. 4th Int. Conf. Soil Sci. Rome, 1924, 31535-44.

1927

Synthesis of Vitamin E by Plants Grown in Culture Solutions. With H. M. Evans. Am. J. Phys., 80(3) 702-704.

Recent Experiments Concerning the Adequacy of Artificial Culture Solutions and of Soil Solutions for the Growth of Different Types of Plants. With J. C. Martin. Proceedings and Papers of the First Int. Cong. Soil Sci., (3)1-12.

Resume of Recent Soil Investigations at the University of California. Mo. Bull. Calif. Dept. Agr., 16(11):562-568.

1928

First International Congress of Soil Science, Fourth Commission, Soil Fertility. (Summary.) Soil Sci., 25(1) :45-5O.

Influence of One Ion on the Accumulation of Another by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Experiments with Nitella. (With A. R. Davis and P. L. Hibbard. Plant Phys., 3:473-486.

An Apparatus for the Growth of Plants in Controlled Environment. With A. R. Davis. Plant Phys., 3:277-292.

1929

Minimum Potassium Level Required by Tomato Plants Grown in Water Cultures. With E. S. Johnston. Soil Sci., 27(2) :87-1O9.

The Intake and Accumulation of Electrolytes by Plant Cells. With A. R. Davis. Protoplasma, 6(4) 1610-626.

1930

Fertilizer Problems and Analysis of Soils in California. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 317:1-16.

Accumulation of Mineral Elements by Plant Cells. Contrib. Marine Biol., pp. 131–144.

1931

Absorption of Mineral Elements by Plants in Relation to Soil Problems. Plant Phys., 6:593-599.

Little-Leaf or Rosette in Fruit Trees, I. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 556-560.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 1:6i8-636. Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, II: Effect of Zinc and Other Treatments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:255-263.

Some Effects of Deficiencies of Phosphate and Potassium on the Growth and Composition of Fruit Trees, Under Controlled Conditions. With W. H. Chandler. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:267-271.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 2:471-484.

Absorption of Potassium by Plants in Relation to Replaceable, Non- Replaceable, and Soil Solution Potassium. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 36:1-32.

Methods for Determining Availability of Potassium with Special Reference to Semi-Arid Soils. Trans. 2nd Commission and Alkali Subcommission of the International Soc. Soil Sci. Kjobenhavn (Danmark). Vol. A, pp. 25–31.

Nutrition of Strawberry Plants under Controlled Conditions: a) Effects of Deficiencies of Boron and Certain other Elements; b) Susceptibility to Injury from Sodium Salts. With W. C. Snyder. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. ScL, 30:288-294.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, III. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 30:70-86.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, IV. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 32:11-19.

The Potassium Nutrition of Barley with Special Reference to California Soils. Proc. Fifth Pacific Science Congress, pp. 2669–2676.

1935

Absorption of Potassium by Plants and Fixation by the Soil in Relation to Certain Methods for Estimating Available Nutrients. With J. C. Martin. Trans. Third Inter. Cong. Soil Sci., 1:99-103.

1936

The Plant as a Metabolic Unit in the Soil-Plant System. Essays in Geobotany in Honor of Wm. A. Setchell (Univ. Calif. Press), pp. 219–245.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, V: Effect of Zinc on the Growth of Plants of Various Types in Controlled Soil and Water Culture Experiments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 33:131-141.

General Nature of the Process of Salt Accumulation by Roots with Description of Experimental Methods. With T. C. Broyer. Plant Phys., 11:471-507.

1937

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VI: Further Experiments Bearing on the Cause of the Disease. With W. H. Chandler and P. R. Stout. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 34:131-141.

Some Aspects of the Salt Nutrition of Higher Plants. Bot. Rev., 3:307-334.

1938

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

The Destructive Distillation of Pacific Coast Kelps. J. Ind. Eng. Chem., 7(8) :673-676.

Organic Constituents of Pacific Coast Kelps. J. Agr. Res., 4(1) :39~58. The Complex Carbohydrates and Forms of Sulphur in Marine Algae of the Pacific Coast. With L. L. Lieb. J. Biol. Chem., 23(1) :287-297.

1916

Acidity and Adsorption in Soils as Measured by Hydrogen Electrode. With L. T. Sharp. J. Agr. Res., 7:3.

1917

The Effect of Hydrogen and Hydroxyl Ion Concentration on the Growth of Barley Seedlings. Soil Sci., 3(6) 547-560.

1918

Relation of Carbon Dioxide to Soil Reaction as Measured by the Hydrogen Electrode. With L. T. Sharp. J. Agr. Res., 12(3) 1139-148.

The Freezing-Point Method as an Index of Variations in the Soil Solution Due to Season and Crop Growth. J. Agr. Res., 12(6) :369~395.

The Chemical Effects of CaO and CaCOs on the Soil. Part I. The Effect on Soil Reaction. With A. W. Christie. Soil Sci., 5(5) :379~392.

The Relation of the Plant to the Reaction of the Nutrient Solution. Science, 48(1243) :422-425.

1919

Notes on Recent Work Concerning Acid Soils. With L. T. Sharp. Soil Sci. 7(3) =197-200.

Note on the Technique of Solution Culture Experiments with Plants. Science, 49(1267) :360-362.

The Effect of Certain Aluminum Compounds on the Metabolism of Man. With C. L. A. Schmidt. Univ. Calif. Pub. Path., 2(20):215-244.

Table of PH, H + , and OH~ Values; Corresponding to Electromotive Forces Determined in Hydrogen Electrode Measurements, with a Bibliography. With C. L. A. Schmidt. Univ. Calif. Pub. Phys., 5(4): 23-69.

Relation of Nutrient Solution to Composition and Reaction of Cell Sap of Barley. Bot. Gaz., 68(4)1297-304.

The Relation of Concentration and Reaction of the Nutrient Medium to the Growth and Absorption of the Plant. J. Agr. Res., 18(2) =73-117.

The Effect of Several Types of Irrigation Water on the PH Value and Freezing Point Depression of Various Types of Soils. With A. W. Christie. Univ. Calif. Pub. Agr. Sci., 4(6) :141-158.

1920

Optimum Nutrient Solutions for Plants. Science, 52(1354) 1562-564.

Effect of Season and Crop Growth on the Physical State of the Soil. With J. C. Martin. J. Agr. Res., 20(5) :397-4O4.

Relation of the Soil Solution to the Soil Extract. With J. C. Martin and G. R. Stewart. J. Agr. Res., 20(5) :381~395.

1922

The Soil Solution in Relation to the Plant. Trans. Far. Soc., 17(2) 1249-254.

Soil Analysis and Soil and Plant Interrelations. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 235:1-7.

Soil Analysis and Soil and Plant Interrelations. Citrus Leaves, 2(6) :i-2, 16-17.

1923

The Feeding Power of Plants. With A. R. Davis and C. B. Lipman. Science, 57(1471) 1299-1301.

The Composition of the Cell Sap of the Plant in Relation to the Absorption of Ions. With A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 5(5) 1629-1646.

Effect of Salt on the Intake of Inorganic Elements and on the Buffer System of the Plant. With J. C. Martin. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. P., 8:1-26.

Further Experiments on the Absorption of Ions by Plants, Including Observations on the Effect of Light. With A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 6(1):47-62.

The Absorption of Ions by Plants. Soil Sci., 16(4) 1225-246.

A Comparison of Sand and Solution Cultures with Soils as Media for Plant Growth. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 16(5) 367-388.

The Effect of the Plant on the Reaction of the Culture Solution. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. P., 12:1-16.

1924

The Electrical Charge on a Clay Colloid as Influenced by Hydrogen-Ion Concentration and by Different Salts. With W. C. Dayhuff. Soil Sci., 18(5) :401-408.

1925

Suggestions Concerning the Absorption of Ions by Plants. With A. R. Davis. The New Phytologist, 24(2):99-111.

Physiological Aspects of Soil Solution Investigations. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Hilg., 2(11) 1227-1257.

1926

Some Phases of the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants in Relation to the Soil Solution. Sci. Agr., 6(5) :141-151, 177-189.

Effect of Certain Alkali Salts on Growth of Plants. With J. S. Burd and A. R. Davis. (20) Abstract. Nature and Promise of Soil Solution. (21) Abstract of Papers Read Before Pan-Pacific Scientific Congress, Australia.

Influence of Light, Temperature and Other Conditions on the Ability of Nitella Cells to Concentrate Halogens in the Cell Sap. With P. L. Hibbard and A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 10(1) :121-146.

The Investigation of the Soil from the Point of View of the Physiology of the Plant. 4th Int. Conf. Soil Sci. Rome, 1924, 31535-44.

1927

Synthesis of Vitamin E by Plants Grown in Culture Solutions. With H. M. Evans. Am. J. Phys., 80(3) 702-704.

Recent Experiments Concerning the Adequacy of Artificial Culture Solutions and of Soil Solutions for the Growth of Different Types of Plants. With J. C. Martin. Proceedings and Papers of the First Int. Cong. Soil Sci., (3)1-12.

Resume of Recent Soil Investigations at the University of California. Mo. Bull. Calif. Dept. Agr., 16(11):562-568.

1928

First International Congress of Soil Science, Fourth Commission, Soil Fertility. (Summary.) Soil Sci., 25(1) :45-5O.

Influence of One Ion on the Accumulation of Another by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Experiments with Nitella. (With A. R. Davis and P. L. Hibbard. Plant Phys., 3:473-486.

An Apparatus for the Growth of Plants in Controlled Environment. With A. R. Davis. Plant Phys., 3:277-292.

1929

Minimum Potassium Level Required by Tomato Plants Grown in Water Cultures. With E. S. Johnston. Soil Sci., 27(2) :87-1O9.

The Intake and Accumulation of Electrolytes by Plant Cells. With A. R. Davis. Protoplasma, 6(4) 1610-626.

1930

Fertilizer Problems and Analysis of Soils in California. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 317:1-16.

Accumulation of Mineral Elements by Plant Cells. Contrib. Marine Biol., pp. 131–144.

1931

Absorption of Mineral Elements by Plants in Relation to Soil Problems. Plant Phys., 6:593-599.

Little-Leaf or Rosette in Fruit Trees, I. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 556-560.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 1:6i8-636. Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, II: Effect of Zinc and Other Treatments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:255-263.

Some Effects of Deficiencies of Phosphate and Potassium on the Growth and Composition of Fruit Trees, Under Controlled Conditions. With W. H. Chandler. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:267-271.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 2:471-484.

Absorption of Potassium by Plants in Relation to Replaceable, Non- Replaceable, and Soil Solution Potassium. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 36:1-32.

Methods for Determining Availability of Potassium with Special Reference to Semi-Arid Soils. Trans. 2nd Commission and Alkali Subcommission of the International Soc. Soil Sci. Kjobenhavn (Danmark). Vol. A, pp. 25–31.

Nutrition of Strawberry Plants under Controlled Conditions: a) Effects of Deficiencies of Boron and Certain other Elements; b) Susceptibility to Injury from Sodium Salts. With W. C. Snyder. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. ScL, 30:288-294.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, III. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 30:70-86.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, IV. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 32:11-19.

The Potassium Nutrition of Barley with Special Reference to California Soils. Proc. Fifth Pacific Science Congress, pp. 2669–2676.

1935

Absorption of Potassium by Plants and Fixation by the Soil in Relation to Certain Methods for Estimating Available Nutrients. With J. C. Martin. Trans. Third Inter. Cong. Soil Sci., 1:99-103.

1936

The Plant as a Metabolic Unit in the Soil-Plant System. Essays in Geobotany in Honor of Wm. A. Setchell (Univ. Calif. Press), pp. 219–245.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, V: Effect of Zinc on the Growth of Plants of Various Types in Controlled Soil and Water Culture Experiments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 33:131-141.

General Nature of the Process of Salt Accumulation by Roots with Description of Experimental Methods. With T. C. Broyer. Plant Phys., 11:471-507.

1937

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VI: Further Experiments Bearing on the Cause of the Disease. With W. H. Chandler and P. R. Stout. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 34:131-141.

Some Aspects of the Salt Nutrition of Higher Plants. Bot. Rev., 3:307-334.

1938

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

Acidity and Adsorption in Soils as Measured by Hydrogen Electrode. With L. T. Sharp. J. Agr. Res., 7:3.

1917

The Effect of Hydrogen and Hydroxyl Ion Concentration on the Growth of Barley Seedlings. Soil Sci., 3(6) 547-560.

1918

Relation of Carbon Dioxide to Soil Reaction as Measured by the Hydrogen Electrode. With L. T. Sharp. J. Agr. Res., 12(3) 1139-148.

The Freezing-Point Method as an Index of Variations in the Soil Solution Due to Season and Crop Growth. J. Agr. Res., 12(6) :369~395.

The Chemical Effects of CaO and CaCOs on the Soil. Part I. The Effect on Soil Reaction. With A. W. Christie. Soil Sci., 5(5) :379~392.

The Relation of the Plant to the Reaction of the Nutrient Solution. Science, 48(1243) :422-425.

1919

Notes on Recent Work Concerning Acid Soils. With L. T. Sharp. Soil Sci. 7(3) =197-200.

Note on the Technique of Solution Culture Experiments with Plants. Science, 49(1267) :360-362.

The Effect of Certain Aluminum Compounds on the Metabolism of Man. With C. L. A. Schmidt. Univ. Calif. Pub. Path., 2(20):215-244.

Table of PH, H + , and OH~ Values; Corresponding to Electromotive Forces Determined in Hydrogen Electrode Measurements, with a Bibliography. With C. L. A. Schmidt. Univ. Calif. Pub. Phys., 5(4): 23-69.

Relation of Nutrient Solution to Composition and Reaction of Cell Sap of Barley. Bot. Gaz., 68(4)1297-304.

The Relation of Concentration and Reaction of the Nutrient Medium to the Growth and Absorption of the Plant. J. Agr. Res., 18(2) =73-117.

The Effect of Several Types of Irrigation Water on the PH Value and Freezing Point Depression of Various Types of Soils. With A. W. Christie. Univ. Calif. Pub. Agr. Sci., 4(6) :141-158.

1920

Optimum Nutrient Solutions for Plants. Science, 52(1354) 1562-564.

Effect of Season and Crop Growth on the Physical State of the Soil. With J. C. Martin. J. Agr. Res., 20(5) :397-4O4.

Relation of the Soil Solution to the Soil Extract. With J. C. Martin and G. R. Stewart. J. Agr. Res., 20(5) :381~395.

1922

The Soil Solution in Relation to the Plant. Trans. Far. Soc., 17(2) 1249-254.

Soil Analysis and Soil and Plant Interrelations. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 235:1-7.

Soil Analysis and Soil and Plant Interrelations. Citrus Leaves, 2(6) :i-2, 16-17.

1923

The Feeding Power of Plants. With A. R. Davis and C. B. Lipman. Science, 57(1471) 1299-1301.

The Composition of the Cell Sap of the Plant in Relation to the Absorption of Ions. With A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 5(5) 1629-1646.

Effect of Salt on the Intake of Inorganic Elements and on the Buffer System of the Plant. With J. C. Martin. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. P., 8:1-26.

Further Experiments on the Absorption of Ions by Plants, Including Observations on the Effect of Light. With A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 6(1):47-62.

The Absorption of Ions by Plants. Soil Sci., 16(4) 1225-246.

A Comparison of Sand and Solution Cultures with Soils as Media for Plant Growth. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 16(5) 367-388.

The Effect of the Plant on the Reaction of the Culture Solution. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. P., 12:1-16.

1924

The Electrical Charge on a Clay Colloid as Influenced by Hydrogen-Ion Concentration and by Different Salts. With W. C. Dayhuff. Soil Sci., 18(5) :401-408.

1925

Suggestions Concerning the Absorption of Ions by Plants. With A. R. Davis. The New Phytologist, 24(2):99-111.

Physiological Aspects of Soil Solution Investigations. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Hilg., 2(11) 1227-1257.

1926

Some Phases of the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants in Relation to the Soil Solution. Sci. Agr., 6(5) :141-151, 177-189.

Effect of Certain Alkali Salts on Growth of Plants. With J. S. Burd and A. R. Davis. (20) Abstract. Nature and Promise of Soil Solution. (21) Abstract of Papers Read Before Pan-Pacific Scientific Congress, Australia.

Influence of Light, Temperature and Other Conditions on the Ability of Nitella Cells to Concentrate Halogens in the Cell Sap. With P. L. Hibbard and A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 10(1) :121-146.

The Investigation of the Soil from the Point of View of the Physiology of the Plant. 4th Int. Conf. Soil Sci. Rome, 1924, 31535-44.

1927

Synthesis of Vitamin E by Plants Grown in Culture Solutions. With H. M. Evans. Am. J. Phys., 80(3) 702-704.

Recent Experiments Concerning the Adequacy of Artificial Culture Solutions and of Soil Solutions for the Growth of Different Types of Plants. With J. C. Martin. Proceedings and Papers of the First Int. Cong. Soil Sci., (3)1-12.

Resume of Recent Soil Investigations at the University of California. Mo. Bull. Calif. Dept. Agr., 16(11):562-568.

1928

First International Congress of Soil Science, Fourth Commission, Soil Fertility. (Summary.) Soil Sci., 25(1) :45-5O.

Influence of One Ion on the Accumulation of Another by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Experiments with Nitella. (With A. R. Davis and P. L. Hibbard. Plant Phys., 3:473-486.

An Apparatus for the Growth of Plants in Controlled Environment. With A. R. Davis. Plant Phys., 3:277-292.

1929

Minimum Potassium Level Required by Tomato Plants Grown in Water Cultures. With E. S. Johnston. Soil Sci., 27(2) :87-1O9.

The Intake and Accumulation of Electrolytes by Plant Cells. With A. R. Davis. Protoplasma, 6(4) 1610-626.

1930

Fertilizer Problems and Analysis of Soils in California. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 317:1-16.

Accumulation of Mineral Elements by Plant Cells. Contrib. Marine Biol., pp. 131–144.

1931

Absorption of Mineral Elements by Plants in Relation to Soil Problems. Plant Phys., 6:593-599.

Little-Leaf or Rosette in Fruit Trees, I. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 556-560.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 1:6i8-636. Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, II: Effect of Zinc and Other Treatments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:255-263.

Some Effects of Deficiencies of Phosphate and Potassium on the Growth and Composition of Fruit Trees, Under Controlled Conditions. With W. H. Chandler. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:267-271.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 2:471-484.

Absorption of Potassium by Plants in Relation to Replaceable, Non- Replaceable, and Soil Solution Potassium. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 36:1-32.

Methods for Determining Availability of Potassium with Special Reference to Semi-Arid Soils. Trans. 2nd Commission and Alkali Subcommission of the International Soc. Soil Sci. Kjobenhavn (Danmark). Vol. A, pp. 25–31.

Nutrition of Strawberry Plants under Controlled Conditions: a) Effects of Deficiencies of Boron and Certain other Elements; b) Susceptibility to Injury from Sodium Salts. With W. C. Snyder. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. ScL, 30:288-294.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, III. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 30:70-86.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, IV. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 32:11-19.

The Potassium Nutrition of Barley with Special Reference to California Soils. Proc. Fifth Pacific Science Congress, pp. 2669–2676.

1935

Absorption of Potassium by Plants and Fixation by the Soil in Relation to Certain Methods for Estimating Available Nutrients. With J. C. Martin. Trans. Third Inter. Cong. Soil Sci., 1:99-103.

1936

The Plant as a Metabolic Unit in the Soil-Plant System. Essays in Geobotany in Honor of Wm. A. Setchell (Univ. Calif. Press), pp. 219–245.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, V: Effect of Zinc on the Growth of Plants of Various Types in Controlled Soil and Water Culture Experiments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 33:131-141.

General Nature of the Process of Salt Accumulation by Roots with Description of Experimental Methods. With T. C. Broyer. Plant Phys., 11:471-507.

1937

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VI: Further Experiments Bearing on the Cause of the Disease. With W. H. Chandler and P. R. Stout. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 34:131-141.

Some Aspects of the Salt Nutrition of Higher Plants. Bot. Rev., 3:307-334.

1938

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

The Effect of Hydrogen and Hydroxyl Ion Concentration on the Growth of Barley Seedlings. Soil Sci., 3(6) 547-560.

1918

Relation of Carbon Dioxide to Soil Reaction as Measured by the Hydrogen Electrode. With L. T. Sharp. J. Agr. Res., 12(3) 1139-148.

The Freezing-Point Method as an Index of Variations in the Soil Solution Due to Season and Crop Growth. J. Agr. Res., 12(6) :369~395.

The Chemical Effects of CaO and CaCOs on the Soil. Part I. The Effect on Soil Reaction. With A. W. Christie. Soil Sci., 5(5) :379~392.

The Relation of the Plant to the Reaction of the Nutrient Solution. Science, 48(1243) :422-425.

1919

Notes on Recent Work Concerning Acid Soils. With L. T. Sharp. Soil Sci. 7(3) =197-200.

Note on the Technique of Solution Culture Experiments with Plants. Science, 49(1267) :360-362.

The Effect of Certain Aluminum Compounds on the Metabolism of Man. With C. L. A. Schmidt. Univ. Calif. Pub. Path., 2(20):215-244.

Table of PH, H + , and OH~ Values; Corresponding to Electromotive Forces Determined in Hydrogen Electrode Measurements, with a Bibliography. With C. L. A. Schmidt. Univ. Calif. Pub. Phys., 5(4): 23-69.

Relation of Nutrient Solution to Composition and Reaction of Cell Sap of Barley. Bot. Gaz., 68(4)1297-304.

The Relation of Concentration and Reaction of the Nutrient Medium to the Growth and Absorption of the Plant. J. Agr. Res., 18(2) =73-117.

The Effect of Several Types of Irrigation Water on the PH Value and Freezing Point Depression of Various Types of Soils. With A. W. Christie. Univ. Calif. Pub. Agr. Sci., 4(6) :141-158.

1920

Optimum Nutrient Solutions for Plants. Science, 52(1354) 1562-564.

Effect of Season and Crop Growth on the Physical State of the Soil. With J. C. Martin. J. Agr. Res., 20(5) :397-4O4.

Relation of the Soil Solution to the Soil Extract. With J. C. Martin and G. R. Stewart. J. Agr. Res., 20(5) :381~395.

1922

The Soil Solution in Relation to the Plant. Trans. Far. Soc., 17(2) 1249-254.

Soil Analysis and Soil and Plant Interrelations. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 235:1-7.

Soil Analysis and Soil and Plant Interrelations. Citrus Leaves, 2(6) :i-2, 16-17.

1923

The Feeding Power of Plants. With A. R. Davis and C. B. Lipman. Science, 57(1471) 1299-1301.

The Composition of the Cell Sap of the Plant in Relation to the Absorption of Ions. With A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 5(5) 1629-1646.

Effect of Salt on the Intake of Inorganic Elements and on the Buffer System of the Plant. With J. C. Martin. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. P., 8:1-26.

Further Experiments on the Absorption of Ions by Plants, Including Observations on the Effect of Light. With A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 6(1):47-62.

The Absorption of Ions by Plants. Soil Sci., 16(4) 1225-246.

A Comparison of Sand and Solution Cultures with Soils as Media for Plant Growth. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 16(5) 367-388.

The Effect of the Plant on the Reaction of the Culture Solution. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. P., 12:1-16.

1924

The Electrical Charge on a Clay Colloid as Influenced by Hydrogen-Ion Concentration and by Different Salts. With W. C. Dayhuff. Soil Sci., 18(5) :401-408.

1925

Suggestions Concerning the Absorption of Ions by Plants. With A. R. Davis. The New Phytologist, 24(2):99-111.

Physiological Aspects of Soil Solution Investigations. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Hilg., 2(11) 1227-1257.

1926

Some Phases of the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants in Relation to the Soil Solution. Sci. Agr., 6(5) :141-151, 177-189.

Effect of Certain Alkali Salts on Growth of Plants. With J. S. Burd and A. R. Davis. (20) Abstract. Nature and Promise of Soil Solution. (21) Abstract of Papers Read Before Pan-Pacific Scientific Congress, Australia.

Influence of Light, Temperature and Other Conditions on the Ability of Nitella Cells to Concentrate Halogens in the Cell Sap. With P. L. Hibbard and A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 10(1) :121-146.

The Investigation of the Soil from the Point of View of the Physiology of the Plant. 4th Int. Conf. Soil Sci. Rome, 1924, 31535-44.

1927

Synthesis of Vitamin E by Plants Grown in Culture Solutions. With H. M. Evans. Am. J. Phys., 80(3) 702-704.

Recent Experiments Concerning the Adequacy of Artificial Culture Solutions and of Soil Solutions for the Growth of Different Types of Plants. With J. C. Martin. Proceedings and Papers of the First Int. Cong. Soil Sci., (3)1-12.

Resume of Recent Soil Investigations at the University of California. Mo. Bull. Calif. Dept. Agr., 16(11):562-568.

1928

First International Congress of Soil Science, Fourth Commission, Soil Fertility. (Summary.) Soil Sci., 25(1) :45-5O.

Influence of One Ion on the Accumulation of Another by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Experiments with Nitella. (With A. R. Davis and P. L. Hibbard. Plant Phys., 3:473-486.

An Apparatus for the Growth of Plants in Controlled Environment. With A. R. Davis. Plant Phys., 3:277-292.

1929

Minimum Potassium Level Required by Tomato Plants Grown in Water Cultures. With E. S. Johnston. Soil Sci., 27(2) :87-1O9.

The Intake and Accumulation of Electrolytes by Plant Cells. With A. R. Davis. Protoplasma, 6(4) 1610-626.

1930

Fertilizer Problems and Analysis of Soils in California. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 317:1-16.

Accumulation of Mineral Elements by Plant Cells. Contrib. Marine Biol., pp. 131–144.

1931

Absorption of Mineral Elements by Plants in Relation to Soil Problems. Plant Phys., 6:593-599.

Little-Leaf or Rosette in Fruit Trees, I. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 556-560.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 1:6i8-636. Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, II: Effect of Zinc and Other Treatments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:255-263.

Some Effects of Deficiencies of Phosphate and Potassium on the Growth and Composition of Fruit Trees, Under Controlled Conditions. With W. H. Chandler. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:267-271.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 2:471-484.

Absorption of Potassium by Plants in Relation to Replaceable, Non- Replaceable, and Soil Solution Potassium. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 36:1-32.

Methods for Determining Availability of Potassium with Special Reference to Semi-Arid Soils. Trans. 2nd Commission and Alkali Subcommission of the International Soc. Soil Sci. Kjobenhavn (Danmark). Vol. A, pp. 25–31.

Nutrition of Strawberry Plants under Controlled Conditions: a) Effects of Deficiencies of Boron and Certain other Elements; b) Susceptibility to Injury from Sodium Salts. With W. C. Snyder. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. ScL, 30:288-294.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, III. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 30:70-86.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, IV. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 32:11-19.

The Potassium Nutrition of Barley with Special Reference to California Soils. Proc. Fifth Pacific Science Congress, pp. 2669–2676.

1935

Absorption of Potassium by Plants and Fixation by the Soil in Relation to Certain Methods for Estimating Available Nutrients. With J. C. Martin. Trans. Third Inter. Cong. Soil Sci., 1:99-103.

1936

The Plant as a Metabolic Unit in the Soil-Plant System. Essays in Geobotany in Honor of Wm. A. Setchell (Univ. Calif. Press), pp. 219–245.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, V: Effect of Zinc on the Growth of Plants of Various Types in Controlled Soil and Water Culture Experiments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 33:131-141.

General Nature of the Process of Salt Accumulation by Roots with Description of Experimental Methods. With T. C. Broyer. Plant Phys., 11:471-507.

1937

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VI: Further Experiments Bearing on the Cause of the Disease. With W. H. Chandler and P. R. Stout. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 34:131-141.

Some Aspects of the Salt Nutrition of Higher Plants. Bot. Rev., 3:307-334.

1938

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

Relation of Carbon Dioxide to Soil Reaction as Measured by the Hydrogen Electrode. With L. T. Sharp. J. Agr. Res., 12(3) 1139-148.

The Freezing-Point Method as an Index of Variations in the Soil Solution Due to Season and Crop Growth. J. Agr. Res., 12(6) :369~395.

The Chemical Effects of CaO and CaCOs on the Soil. Part I. The Effect on Soil Reaction. With A. W. Christie. Soil Sci., 5(5) :379~392.

The Relation of the Plant to the Reaction of the Nutrient Solution. Science, 48(1243) :422-425.

1919

Notes on Recent Work Concerning Acid Soils. With L. T. Sharp. Soil Sci. 7(3) =197-200.

Note on the Technique of Solution Culture Experiments with Plants. Science, 49(1267) :360-362.

The Effect of Certain Aluminum Compounds on the Metabolism of Man. With C. L. A. Schmidt. Univ. Calif. Pub. Path., 2(20):215-244.

Table of PH, H + , and OH~ Values; Corresponding to Electromotive Forces Determined in Hydrogen Electrode Measurements, with a Bibliography. With C. L. A. Schmidt. Univ. Calif. Pub. Phys., 5(4): 23-69.

Relation of Nutrient Solution to Composition and Reaction of Cell Sap of Barley. Bot. Gaz., 68(4)1297-304.

The Relation of Concentration and Reaction of the Nutrient Medium to the Growth and Absorption of the Plant. J. Agr. Res., 18(2) =73-117.

The Effect of Several Types of Irrigation Water on the PH Value and Freezing Point Depression of Various Types of Soils. With A. W. Christie. Univ. Calif. Pub. Agr. Sci., 4(6) :141-158.

1920

Optimum Nutrient Solutions for Plants. Science, 52(1354) 1562-564.

Effect of Season and Crop Growth on the Physical State of the Soil. With J. C. Martin. J. Agr. Res., 20(5) :397-4O4.

Relation of the Soil Solution to the Soil Extract. With J. C. Martin and G. R. Stewart. J. Agr. Res., 20(5) :381~395.

1922

The Soil Solution in Relation to the Plant. Trans. Far. Soc., 17(2) 1249-254.

Soil Analysis and Soil and Plant Interrelations. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 235:1-7.

Soil Analysis and Soil and Plant Interrelations. Citrus Leaves, 2(6) :i-2, 16-17.

1923

The Feeding Power of Plants. With A. R. Davis and C. B. Lipman. Science, 57(1471) 1299-1301.

The Composition of the Cell Sap of the Plant in Relation to the Absorption of Ions. With A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 5(5) 1629-1646.

Effect of Salt on the Intake of Inorganic Elements and on the Buffer System of the Plant. With J. C. Martin. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. P., 8:1-26.

Further Experiments on the Absorption of Ions by Plants, Including Observations on the Effect of Light. With A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 6(1):47-62.

The Absorption of Ions by Plants. Soil Sci., 16(4) 1225-246.

A Comparison of Sand and Solution Cultures with Soils as Media for Plant Growth. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 16(5) 367-388.

The Effect of the Plant on the Reaction of the Culture Solution. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. P., 12:1-16.

1924

The Electrical Charge on a Clay Colloid as Influenced by Hydrogen-Ion Concentration and by Different Salts. With W. C. Dayhuff. Soil Sci., 18(5) :401-408.

1925

Suggestions Concerning the Absorption of Ions by Plants. With A. R. Davis. The New Phytologist, 24(2):99-111.

Physiological Aspects of Soil Solution Investigations. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Hilg., 2(11) 1227-1257.

1926

Some Phases of the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants in Relation to the Soil Solution. Sci. Agr., 6(5) :141-151, 177-189.

Effect of Certain Alkali Salts on Growth of Plants. With J. S. Burd and A. R. Davis. (20) Abstract. Nature and Promise of Soil Solution. (21) Abstract of Papers Read Before Pan-Pacific Scientific Congress, Australia.

Influence of Light, Temperature and Other Conditions on the Ability of Nitella Cells to Concentrate Halogens in the Cell Sap. With P. L. Hibbard and A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 10(1) :121-146.

The Investigation of the Soil from the Point of View of the Physiology of the Plant. 4th Int. Conf. Soil Sci. Rome, 1924, 31535-44.

1927

Synthesis of Vitamin E by Plants Grown in Culture Solutions. With H. M. Evans. Am. J. Phys., 80(3) 702-704.

Recent Experiments Concerning the Adequacy of Artificial Culture Solutions and of Soil Solutions for the Growth of Different Types of Plants. With J. C. Martin. Proceedings and Papers of the First Int. Cong. Soil Sci., (3)1-12.

Resume of Recent Soil Investigations at the University of California. Mo. Bull. Calif. Dept. Agr., 16(11):562-568.

1928

First International Congress of Soil Science, Fourth Commission, Soil Fertility. (Summary.) Soil Sci., 25(1) :45-5O.

Influence of One Ion on the Accumulation of Another by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Experiments with Nitella. (With A. R. Davis and P. L. Hibbard. Plant Phys., 3:473-486.

An Apparatus for the Growth of Plants in Controlled Environment. With A. R. Davis. Plant Phys., 3:277-292.

1929

Minimum Potassium Level Required by Tomato Plants Grown in Water Cultures. With E. S. Johnston. Soil Sci., 27(2) :87-1O9.

The Intake and Accumulation of Electrolytes by Plant Cells. With A. R. Davis. Protoplasma, 6(4) 1610-626.

1930

Fertilizer Problems and Analysis of Soils in California. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 317:1-16.

Accumulation of Mineral Elements by Plant Cells. Contrib. Marine Biol., pp. 131–144.

1931

Absorption of Mineral Elements by Plants in Relation to Soil Problems. Plant Phys., 6:593-599.

Little-Leaf or Rosette in Fruit Trees, I. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 556-560.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 1:6i8-636. Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, II: Effect of Zinc and Other Treatments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:255-263.

Some Effects of Deficiencies of Phosphate and Potassium on the Growth and Composition of Fruit Trees, Under Controlled Conditions. With W. H. Chandler. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:267-271.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 2:471-484.

Absorption of Potassium by Plants in Relation to Replaceable, Non- Replaceable, and Soil Solution Potassium. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 36:1-32.

Methods for Determining Availability of Potassium with Special Reference to Semi-Arid Soils. Trans. 2nd Commission and Alkali Subcommission of the International Soc. Soil Sci. Kjobenhavn (Danmark). Vol. A, pp. 25–31.

Nutrition of Strawberry Plants under Controlled Conditions: a) Effects of Deficiencies of Boron and Certain other Elements; b) Susceptibility to Injury from Sodium Salts. With W. C. Snyder. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. ScL, 30:288-294.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, III. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 30:70-86.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, IV. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 32:11-19.

The Potassium Nutrition of Barley with Special Reference to California Soils. Proc. Fifth Pacific Science Congress, pp. 2669–2676.

1935

Absorption of Potassium by Plants and Fixation by the Soil in Relation to Certain Methods for Estimating Available Nutrients. With J. C. Martin. Trans. Third Inter. Cong. Soil Sci., 1:99-103.

1936

The Plant as a Metabolic Unit in the Soil-Plant System. Essays in Geobotany in Honor of Wm. A. Setchell (Univ. Calif. Press), pp. 219–245.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, V: Effect of Zinc on the Growth of Plants of Various Types in Controlled Soil and Water Culture Experiments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 33:131-141.

General Nature of the Process of Salt Accumulation by Roots with Description of Experimental Methods. With T. C. Broyer. Plant Phys., 11:471-507.

1937

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VI: Further Experiments Bearing on the Cause of the Disease. With W. H. Chandler and P. R. Stout. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 34:131-141.

Some Aspects of the Salt Nutrition of Higher Plants. Bot. Rev., 3:307-334.

1938

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

Notes on Recent Work Concerning Acid Soils. With L. T. Sharp. Soil Sci. 7(3) =197-200.

Note on the Technique of Solution Culture Experiments with Plants. Science, 49(1267) :360-362.

The Effect of Certain Aluminum Compounds on the Metabolism of Man. With C. L. A. Schmidt. Univ. Calif. Pub. Path., 2(20):215-244.

Table of PH, H + , and OH~ Values; Corresponding to Electromotive Forces Determined in Hydrogen Electrode Measurements, with a Bibliography. With C. L. A. Schmidt. Univ. Calif. Pub. Phys., 5(4): 23-69.

Relation of Nutrient Solution to Composition and Reaction of Cell Sap of Barley. Bot. Gaz., 68(4)1297-304.

The Relation of Concentration and Reaction of the Nutrient Medium to the Growth and Absorption of the Plant. J. Agr. Res., 18(2) =73-117.

The Effect of Several Types of Irrigation Water on the PH Value and Freezing Point Depression of Various Types of Soils. With A. W. Christie. Univ. Calif. Pub. Agr. Sci., 4(6) :141-158.

1920

Optimum Nutrient Solutions for Plants. Science, 52(1354) 1562-564.

Effect of Season and Crop Growth on the Physical State of the Soil. With J. C. Martin. J. Agr. Res., 20(5) :397-4O4.

Relation of the Soil Solution to the Soil Extract. With J. C. Martin and G. R. Stewart. J. Agr. Res., 20(5) :381~395.

1922

The Soil Solution in Relation to the Plant. Trans. Far. Soc., 17(2) 1249-254.

Soil Analysis and Soil and Plant Interrelations. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 235:1-7.

Soil Analysis and Soil and Plant Interrelations. Citrus Leaves, 2(6) :i-2, 16-17.

1923

The Feeding Power of Plants. With A. R. Davis and C. B. Lipman. Science, 57(1471) 1299-1301.

The Composition of the Cell Sap of the Plant in Relation to the Absorption of Ions. With A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 5(5) 1629-1646.

Effect of Salt on the Intake of Inorganic Elements and on the Buffer System of the Plant. With J. C. Martin. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. P., 8:1-26.

Further Experiments on the Absorption of Ions by Plants, Including Observations on the Effect of Light. With A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 6(1):47-62.

The Absorption of Ions by Plants. Soil Sci., 16(4) 1225-246.

A Comparison of Sand and Solution Cultures with Soils as Media for Plant Growth. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 16(5) 367-388.

The Effect of the Plant on the Reaction of the Culture Solution. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. P., 12:1-16.

1924

The Electrical Charge on a Clay Colloid as Influenced by Hydrogen-Ion Concentration and by Different Salts. With W. C. Dayhuff. Soil Sci., 18(5) :401-408.

1925

Suggestions Concerning the Absorption of Ions by Plants. With A. R. Davis. The New Phytologist, 24(2):99-111.

Physiological Aspects of Soil Solution Investigations. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Hilg., 2(11) 1227-1257.

1926

Some Phases of the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants in Relation to the Soil Solution. Sci. Agr., 6(5) :141-151, 177-189.

Effect of Certain Alkali Salts on Growth of Plants. With J. S. Burd and A. R. Davis. (20) Abstract. Nature and Promise of Soil Solution. (21) Abstract of Papers Read Before Pan-Pacific Scientific Congress, Australia.

Influence of Light, Temperature and Other Conditions on the Ability of Nitella Cells to Concentrate Halogens in the Cell Sap. With P. L. Hibbard and A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 10(1) :121-146.

The Investigation of the Soil from the Point of View of the Physiology of the Plant. 4th Int. Conf. Soil Sci. Rome, 1924, 31535-44.

1927

Synthesis of Vitamin E by Plants Grown in Culture Solutions. With H. M. Evans. Am. J. Phys., 80(3) 702-704.

Recent Experiments Concerning the Adequacy of Artificial Culture Solutions and of Soil Solutions for the Growth of Different Types of Plants. With J. C. Martin. Proceedings and Papers of the First Int. Cong. Soil Sci., (3)1-12.

Resume of Recent Soil Investigations at the University of California. Mo. Bull. Calif. Dept. Agr., 16(11):562-568.

1928

First International Congress of Soil Science, Fourth Commission, Soil Fertility. (Summary.) Soil Sci., 25(1) :45-5O.

Influence of One Ion on the Accumulation of Another by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Experiments with Nitella. (With A. R. Davis and P. L. Hibbard. Plant Phys., 3:473-486.

An Apparatus for the Growth of Plants in Controlled Environment. With A. R. Davis. Plant Phys., 3:277-292.

1929

Minimum Potassium Level Required by Tomato Plants Grown in Water Cultures. With E. S. Johnston. Soil Sci., 27(2) :87-1O9.

The Intake and Accumulation of Electrolytes by Plant Cells. With A. R. Davis. Protoplasma, 6(4) 1610-626.

1930

Fertilizer Problems and Analysis of Soils in California. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 317:1-16.

Accumulation of Mineral Elements by Plant Cells. Contrib. Marine Biol., pp. 131–144.

1931

Absorption of Mineral Elements by Plants in Relation to Soil Problems. Plant Phys., 6:593-599.

Little-Leaf or Rosette in Fruit Trees, I. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 556-560.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 1:6i8-636. Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, II: Effect of Zinc and Other Treatments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:255-263.

Some Effects of Deficiencies of Phosphate and Potassium on the Growth and Composition of Fruit Trees, Under Controlled Conditions. With W. H. Chandler. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:267-271.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 2:471-484.

Absorption of Potassium by Plants in Relation to Replaceable, Non- Replaceable, and Soil Solution Potassium. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 36:1-32.

Methods for Determining Availability of Potassium with Special Reference to Semi-Arid Soils. Trans. 2nd Commission and Alkali Subcommission of the International Soc. Soil Sci. Kjobenhavn (Danmark). Vol. A, pp. 25–31.

Nutrition of Strawberry Plants under Controlled Conditions: a) Effects of Deficiencies of Boron and Certain other Elements; b) Susceptibility to Injury from Sodium Salts. With W. C. Snyder. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. ScL, 30:288-294.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, III. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 30:70-86.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, IV. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 32:11-19.

The Potassium Nutrition of Barley with Special Reference to California Soils. Proc. Fifth Pacific Science Congress, pp. 2669–2676.

1935

Absorption of Potassium by Plants and Fixation by the Soil in Relation to Certain Methods for Estimating Available Nutrients. With J. C. Martin. Trans. Third Inter. Cong. Soil Sci., 1:99-103.

1936

The Plant as a Metabolic Unit in the Soil-Plant System. Essays in Geobotany in Honor of Wm. A. Setchell (Univ. Calif. Press), pp. 219–245.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, V: Effect of Zinc on the Growth of Plants of Various Types in Controlled Soil and Water Culture Experiments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 33:131-141.

General Nature of the Process of Salt Accumulation by Roots with Description of Experimental Methods. With T. C. Broyer. Plant Phys., 11:471-507.

1937

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VI: Further Experiments Bearing on the Cause of the Disease. With W. H. Chandler and P. R. Stout. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 34:131-141.

Some Aspects of the Salt Nutrition of Higher Plants. Bot. Rev., 3:307-334.

1938

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

Optimum Nutrient Solutions for Plants. Science, 52(1354) 1562-564.

Effect of Season and Crop Growth on the Physical State of the Soil. With J. C. Martin. J. Agr. Res., 20(5) :397-4O4.

Relation of the Soil Solution to the Soil Extract. With J. C. Martin and G. R. Stewart. J. Agr. Res., 20(5) :381~395.

1922

The Soil Solution in Relation to the Plant. Trans. Far. Soc., 17(2) 1249-254.

Soil Analysis and Soil and Plant Interrelations. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 235:1-7.

Soil Analysis and Soil and Plant Interrelations. Citrus Leaves, 2(6) :i-2, 16-17.

1923

The Feeding Power of Plants. With A. R. Davis and C. B. Lipman. Science, 57(1471) 1299-1301.

The Composition of the Cell Sap of the Plant in Relation to the Absorption of Ions. With A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 5(5) 1629-1646.

Effect of Salt on the Intake of Inorganic Elements and on the Buffer System of the Plant. With J. C. Martin. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. P., 8:1-26.

Further Experiments on the Absorption of Ions by Plants, Including Observations on the Effect of Light. With A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 6(1):47-62.

The Absorption of Ions by Plants. Soil Sci., 16(4) 1225-246.

A Comparison of Sand and Solution Cultures with Soils as Media for Plant Growth. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 16(5) 367-388.

The Effect of the Plant on the Reaction of the Culture Solution. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. P., 12:1-16.

1924

The Electrical Charge on a Clay Colloid as Influenced by Hydrogen-Ion Concentration and by Different Salts. With W. C. Dayhuff. Soil Sci., 18(5) :401-408.

1925

Suggestions Concerning the Absorption of Ions by Plants. With A. R. Davis. The New Phytologist, 24(2):99-111.

Physiological Aspects of Soil Solution Investigations. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Hilg., 2(11) 1227-1257.

1926

Some Phases of the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants in Relation to the Soil Solution. Sci. Agr., 6(5) :141-151, 177-189.

Effect of Certain Alkali Salts on Growth of Plants. With J. S. Burd and A. R. Davis. (20) Abstract. Nature and Promise of Soil Solution. (21) Abstract of Papers Read Before Pan-Pacific Scientific Congress, Australia.

Influence of Light, Temperature and Other Conditions on the Ability of Nitella Cells to Concentrate Halogens in the Cell Sap. With P. L. Hibbard and A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 10(1) :121-146.

The Investigation of the Soil from the Point of View of the Physiology of the Plant. 4th Int. Conf. Soil Sci. Rome, 1924, 31535-44.

1927

Synthesis of Vitamin E by Plants Grown in Culture Solutions. With H. M. Evans. Am. J. Phys., 80(3) 702-704.

Recent Experiments Concerning the Adequacy of Artificial Culture Solutions and of Soil Solutions for the Growth of Different Types of Plants. With J. C. Martin. Proceedings and Papers of the First Int. Cong. Soil Sci., (3)1-12.

Resume of Recent Soil Investigations at the University of California. Mo. Bull. Calif. Dept. Agr., 16(11):562-568.

1928

First International Congress of Soil Science, Fourth Commission, Soil Fertility. (Summary.) Soil Sci., 25(1) :45-5O.

Influence of One Ion on the Accumulation of Another by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Experiments with Nitella. (With A. R. Davis and P. L. Hibbard. Plant Phys., 3:473-486.

An Apparatus for the Growth of Plants in Controlled Environment. With A. R. Davis. Plant Phys., 3:277-292.

1929

Minimum Potassium Level Required by Tomato Plants Grown in Water Cultures. With E. S. Johnston. Soil Sci., 27(2) :87-1O9.

The Intake and Accumulation of Electrolytes by Plant Cells. With A. R. Davis. Protoplasma, 6(4) 1610-626.

1930

Fertilizer Problems and Analysis of Soils in California. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 317:1-16.

Accumulation of Mineral Elements by Plant Cells. Contrib. Marine Biol., pp. 131–144.

1931

Absorption of Mineral Elements by Plants in Relation to Soil Problems. Plant Phys., 6:593-599.

Little-Leaf or Rosette in Fruit Trees, I. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 556-560.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 1:6i8-636. Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, II: Effect of Zinc and Other Treatments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:255-263.

Some Effects of Deficiencies of Phosphate and Potassium on the Growth and Composition of Fruit Trees, Under Controlled Conditions. With W. H. Chandler. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:267-271.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 2:471-484.

Absorption of Potassium by Plants in Relation to Replaceable, Non- Replaceable, and Soil Solution Potassium. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 36:1-32.

Methods for Determining Availability of Potassium with Special Reference to Semi-Arid Soils. Trans. 2nd Commission and Alkali Subcommission of the International Soc. Soil Sci. Kjobenhavn (Danmark). Vol. A, pp. 25–31.

Nutrition of Strawberry Plants under Controlled Conditions: a) Effects of Deficiencies of Boron and Certain other Elements; b) Susceptibility to Injury from Sodium Salts. With W. C. Snyder. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. ScL, 30:288-294.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, III. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 30:70-86.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, IV. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 32:11-19.

The Potassium Nutrition of Barley with Special Reference to California Soils. Proc. Fifth Pacific Science Congress, pp. 2669–2676.

1935

Absorption of Potassium by Plants and Fixation by the Soil in Relation to Certain Methods for Estimating Available Nutrients. With J. C. Martin. Trans. Third Inter. Cong. Soil Sci., 1:99-103.

1936

The Plant as a Metabolic Unit in the Soil-Plant System. Essays in Geobotany in Honor of Wm. A. Setchell (Univ. Calif. Press), pp. 219–245.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, V: Effect of Zinc on the Growth of Plants of Various Types in Controlled Soil and Water Culture Experiments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 33:131-141.

General Nature of the Process of Salt Accumulation by Roots with Description of Experimental Methods. With T. C. Broyer. Plant Phys., 11:471-507.

1937

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VI: Further Experiments Bearing on the Cause of the Disease. With W. H. Chandler and P. R. Stout. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 34:131-141.

Some Aspects of the Salt Nutrition of Higher Plants. Bot. Rev., 3:307-334.

1938

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

The Soil Solution in Relation to the Plant. Trans. Far. Soc., 17(2) 1249-254.

Soil Analysis and Soil and Plant Interrelations. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 235:1-7.

Soil Analysis and Soil and Plant Interrelations. Citrus Leaves, 2(6) :i-2, 16-17.

1923

The Feeding Power of Plants. With A. R. Davis and C. B. Lipman. Science, 57(1471) 1299-1301.

The Composition of the Cell Sap of the Plant in Relation to the Absorption of Ions. With A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 5(5) 1629-1646.

Effect of Salt on the Intake of Inorganic Elements and on the Buffer System of the Plant. With J. C. Martin. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. P., 8:1-26.

Further Experiments on the Absorption of Ions by Plants, Including Observations on the Effect of Light. With A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 6(1):47-62.

The Absorption of Ions by Plants. Soil Sci., 16(4) 1225-246.

A Comparison of Sand and Solution Cultures with Soils as Media for Plant Growth. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 16(5) 367-388.

The Effect of the Plant on the Reaction of the Culture Solution. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. P., 12:1-16.

1924

The Electrical Charge on a Clay Colloid as Influenced by Hydrogen-Ion Concentration and by Different Salts. With W. C. Dayhuff. Soil Sci., 18(5) :401-408.

1925

Suggestions Concerning the Absorption of Ions by Plants. With A. R. Davis. The New Phytologist, 24(2):99-111.

Physiological Aspects of Soil Solution Investigations. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Hilg., 2(11) 1227-1257.

1926

Some Phases of the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants in Relation to the Soil Solution. Sci. Agr., 6(5) :141-151, 177-189.

Effect of Certain Alkali Salts on Growth of Plants. With J. S. Burd and A. R. Davis. (20) Abstract. Nature and Promise of Soil Solution. (21) Abstract of Papers Read Before Pan-Pacific Scientific Congress, Australia.

Influence of Light, Temperature and Other Conditions on the Ability of Nitella Cells to Concentrate Halogens in the Cell Sap. With P. L. Hibbard and A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 10(1) :121-146.

The Investigation of the Soil from the Point of View of the Physiology of the Plant. 4th Int. Conf. Soil Sci. Rome, 1924, 31535-44.

1927

Synthesis of Vitamin E by Plants Grown in Culture Solutions. With H. M. Evans. Am. J. Phys., 80(3) 702-704.

Recent Experiments Concerning the Adequacy of Artificial Culture Solutions and of Soil Solutions for the Growth of Different Types of Plants. With J. C. Martin. Proceedings and Papers of the First Int. Cong. Soil Sci., (3)1-12.

Resume of Recent Soil Investigations at the University of California. Mo. Bull. Calif. Dept. Agr., 16(11):562-568.

1928

First International Congress of Soil Science, Fourth Commission, Soil Fertility. (Summary.) Soil Sci., 25(1) :45-5O.

Influence of One Ion on the Accumulation of Another by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Experiments with Nitella. (With A. R. Davis and P. L. Hibbard. Plant Phys., 3:473-486.

An Apparatus for the Growth of Plants in Controlled Environment. With A. R. Davis. Plant Phys., 3:277-292.

1929

Minimum Potassium Level Required by Tomato Plants Grown in Water Cultures. With E. S. Johnston. Soil Sci., 27(2) :87-1O9.

The Intake and Accumulation of Electrolytes by Plant Cells. With A. R. Davis. Protoplasma, 6(4) 1610-626.

1930

Fertilizer Problems and Analysis of Soils in California. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 317:1-16.

Accumulation of Mineral Elements by Plant Cells. Contrib. Marine Biol., pp. 131–144.

1931

Absorption of Mineral Elements by Plants in Relation to Soil Problems. Plant Phys., 6:593-599.

Little-Leaf or Rosette in Fruit Trees, I. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 556-560.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 1:6i8-636. Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, II: Effect of Zinc and Other Treatments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:255-263.

Some Effects of Deficiencies of Phosphate and Potassium on the Growth and Composition of Fruit Trees, Under Controlled Conditions. With W. H. Chandler. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:267-271.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 2:471-484.

Absorption of Potassium by Plants in Relation to Replaceable, Non- Replaceable, and Soil Solution Potassium. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 36:1-32.

Methods for Determining Availability of Potassium with Special Reference to Semi-Arid Soils. Trans. 2nd Commission and Alkali Subcommission of the International Soc. Soil Sci. Kjobenhavn (Danmark). Vol. A, pp. 25–31.

Nutrition of Strawberry Plants under Controlled Conditions: a) Effects of Deficiencies of Boron and Certain other Elements; b) Susceptibility to Injury from Sodium Salts. With W. C. Snyder. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. ScL, 30:288-294.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, III. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 30:70-86.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, IV. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 32:11-19.

The Potassium Nutrition of Barley with Special Reference to California Soils. Proc. Fifth Pacific Science Congress, pp. 2669–2676.

1935

Absorption of Potassium by Plants and Fixation by the Soil in Relation to Certain Methods for Estimating Available Nutrients. With J. C. Martin. Trans. Third Inter. Cong. Soil Sci., 1:99-103.

1936

The Plant as a Metabolic Unit in the Soil-Plant System. Essays in Geobotany in Honor of Wm. A. Setchell (Univ. Calif. Press), pp. 219–245.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, V: Effect of Zinc on the Growth of Plants of Various Types in Controlled Soil and Water Culture Experiments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 33:131-141.

General Nature of the Process of Salt Accumulation by Roots with Description of Experimental Methods. With T. C. Broyer. Plant Phys., 11:471-507.

1937

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VI: Further Experiments Bearing on the Cause of the Disease. With W. H. Chandler and P. R. Stout. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 34:131-141.

Some Aspects of the Salt Nutrition of Higher Plants. Bot. Rev., 3:307-334.

1938

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

The Feeding Power of Plants. With A. R. Davis and C. B. Lipman. Science, 57(1471) 1299-1301.

The Composition of the Cell Sap of the Plant in Relation to the Absorption of Ions. With A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 5(5) 1629-1646.

Effect of Salt on the Intake of Inorganic Elements and on the Buffer System of the Plant. With J. C. Martin. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. P., 8:1-26.

Further Experiments on the Absorption of Ions by Plants, Including Observations on the Effect of Light. With A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 6(1):47-62.

The Absorption of Ions by Plants. Soil Sci., 16(4) 1225-246.

A Comparison of Sand and Solution Cultures with Soils as Media for Plant Growth. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 16(5) 367-388.

The Effect of the Plant on the Reaction of the Culture Solution. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. P., 12:1-16.

1924

The Electrical Charge on a Clay Colloid as Influenced by Hydrogen-Ion Concentration and by Different Salts. With W. C. Dayhuff. Soil Sci., 18(5) :401-408.

1925

Suggestions Concerning the Absorption of Ions by Plants. With A. R. Davis. The New Phytologist, 24(2):99-111.

Physiological Aspects of Soil Solution Investigations. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Hilg., 2(11) 1227-1257.

1926

Some Phases of the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants in Relation to the Soil Solution. Sci. Agr., 6(5) :141-151, 177-189.

Effect of Certain Alkali Salts on Growth of Plants. With J. S. Burd and A. R. Davis. (20) Abstract. Nature and Promise of Soil Solution. (21) Abstract of Papers Read Before Pan-Pacific Scientific Congress, Australia.

Influence of Light, Temperature and Other Conditions on the Ability of Nitella Cells to Concentrate Halogens in the Cell Sap. With P. L. Hibbard and A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 10(1) :121-146.

The Investigation of the Soil from the Point of View of the Physiology of the Plant. 4th Int. Conf. Soil Sci. Rome, 1924, 31535-44.

1927

Synthesis of Vitamin E by Plants Grown in Culture Solutions. With H. M. Evans. Am. J. Phys., 80(3) 702-704.

Recent Experiments Concerning the Adequacy of Artificial Culture Solutions and of Soil Solutions for the Growth of Different Types of Plants. With J. C. Martin. Proceedings and Papers of the First Int. Cong. Soil Sci., (3)1-12.

Resume of Recent Soil Investigations at the University of California. Mo. Bull. Calif. Dept. Agr., 16(11):562-568.

1928

First International Congress of Soil Science, Fourth Commission, Soil Fertility. (Summary.) Soil Sci., 25(1) :45-5O.

Influence of One Ion on the Accumulation of Another by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Experiments with Nitella. (With A. R. Davis and P. L. Hibbard. Plant Phys., 3:473-486.

An Apparatus for the Growth of Plants in Controlled Environment. With A. R. Davis. Plant Phys., 3:277-292.

1929

Minimum Potassium Level Required by Tomato Plants Grown in Water Cultures. With E. S. Johnston. Soil Sci., 27(2) :87-1O9.

The Intake and Accumulation of Electrolytes by Plant Cells. With A. R. Davis. Protoplasma, 6(4) 1610-626.

1930

Fertilizer Problems and Analysis of Soils in California. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 317:1-16.

Accumulation of Mineral Elements by Plant Cells. Contrib. Marine Biol., pp. 131–144.

1931

Absorption of Mineral Elements by Plants in Relation to Soil Problems. Plant Phys., 6:593-599.

Little-Leaf or Rosette in Fruit Trees, I. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 556-560.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 1:6i8-636. Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, II: Effect of Zinc and Other Treatments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:255-263.

Some Effects of Deficiencies of Phosphate and Potassium on the Growth and Composition of Fruit Trees, Under Controlled Conditions. With W. H. Chandler. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:267-271.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 2:471-484.

Absorption of Potassium by Plants in Relation to Replaceable, Non- Replaceable, and Soil Solution Potassium. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 36:1-32.

Methods for Determining Availability of Potassium with Special Reference to Semi-Arid Soils. Trans. 2nd Commission and Alkali Subcommission of the International Soc. Soil Sci. Kjobenhavn (Danmark). Vol. A, pp. 25–31.

Nutrition of Strawberry Plants under Controlled Conditions: a) Effects of Deficiencies of Boron and Certain other Elements; b) Susceptibility to Injury from Sodium Salts. With W. C. Snyder. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. ScL, 30:288-294.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, III. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 30:70-86.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, IV. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 32:11-19.

The Potassium Nutrition of Barley with Special Reference to California Soils. Proc. Fifth Pacific Science Congress, pp. 2669–2676.

1935

Absorption of Potassium by Plants and Fixation by the Soil in Relation to Certain Methods for Estimating Available Nutrients. With J. C. Martin. Trans. Third Inter. Cong. Soil Sci., 1:99-103.

1936

The Plant as a Metabolic Unit in the Soil-Plant System. Essays in Geobotany in Honor of Wm. A. Setchell (Univ. Calif. Press), pp. 219–245.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, V: Effect of Zinc on the Growth of Plants of Various Types in Controlled Soil and Water Culture Experiments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 33:131-141.

General Nature of the Process of Salt Accumulation by Roots with Description of Experimental Methods. With T. C. Broyer. Plant Phys., 11:471-507.

1937

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VI: Further Experiments Bearing on the Cause of the Disease. With W. H. Chandler and P. R. Stout. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 34:131-141.

Some Aspects of the Salt Nutrition of Higher Plants. Bot. Rev., 3:307-334.

1938

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

The Electrical Charge on a Clay Colloid as Influenced by Hydrogen-Ion Concentration and by Different Salts. With W. C. Dayhuff. Soil Sci., 18(5) :401-408.

1925

Suggestions Concerning the Absorption of Ions by Plants. With A. R. Davis. The New Phytologist, 24(2):99-111.

Physiological Aspects of Soil Solution Investigations. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Hilg., 2(11) 1227-1257.

1926

Some Phases of the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants in Relation to the Soil Solution. Sci. Agr., 6(5) :141-151, 177-189.

Effect of Certain Alkali Salts on Growth of Plants. With J. S. Burd and A. R. Davis. (20) Abstract. Nature and Promise of Soil Solution. (21) Abstract of Papers Read Before Pan-Pacific Scientific Congress, Australia.

Influence of Light, Temperature and Other Conditions on the Ability of Nitella Cells to Concentrate Halogens in the Cell Sap. With P. L. Hibbard and A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 10(1) :121-146.

The Investigation of the Soil from the Point of View of the Physiology of the Plant. 4th Int. Conf. Soil Sci. Rome, 1924, 31535-44.

1927

Synthesis of Vitamin E by Plants Grown in Culture Solutions. With H. M. Evans. Am. J. Phys., 80(3) 702-704.

Recent Experiments Concerning the Adequacy of Artificial Culture Solutions and of Soil Solutions for the Growth of Different Types of Plants. With J. C. Martin. Proceedings and Papers of the First Int. Cong. Soil Sci., (3)1-12.

Resume of Recent Soil Investigations at the University of California. Mo. Bull. Calif. Dept. Agr., 16(11):562-568.

1928

First International Congress of Soil Science, Fourth Commission, Soil Fertility. (Summary.) Soil Sci., 25(1) :45-5O.

Influence of One Ion on the Accumulation of Another by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Experiments with Nitella. (With A. R. Davis and P. L. Hibbard. Plant Phys., 3:473-486.

An Apparatus for the Growth of Plants in Controlled Environment. With A. R. Davis. Plant Phys., 3:277-292.

1929

Minimum Potassium Level Required by Tomato Plants Grown in Water Cultures. With E. S. Johnston. Soil Sci., 27(2) :87-1O9.

The Intake and Accumulation of Electrolytes by Plant Cells. With A. R. Davis. Protoplasma, 6(4) 1610-626.

1930

Fertilizer Problems and Analysis of Soils in California. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 317:1-16.

Accumulation of Mineral Elements by Plant Cells. Contrib. Marine Biol., pp. 131–144.

1931

Absorption of Mineral Elements by Plants in Relation to Soil Problems. Plant Phys., 6:593-599.

Little-Leaf or Rosette in Fruit Trees, I. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 556-560.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 1:6i8-636. Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, II: Effect of Zinc and Other Treatments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:255-263.

Some Effects of Deficiencies of Phosphate and Potassium on the Growth and Composition of Fruit Trees, Under Controlled Conditions. With W. H. Chandler. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:267-271.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 2:471-484.

Absorption of Potassium by Plants in Relation to Replaceable, Non- Replaceable, and Soil Solution Potassium. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 36:1-32.

Methods for Determining Availability of Potassium with Special Reference to Semi-Arid Soils. Trans. 2nd Commission and Alkali Subcommission of the International Soc. Soil Sci. Kjobenhavn (Danmark). Vol. A, pp. 25–31.

Nutrition of Strawberry Plants under Controlled Conditions: a) Effects of Deficiencies of Boron and Certain other Elements; b) Susceptibility to Injury from Sodium Salts. With W. C. Snyder. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. ScL, 30:288-294.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, III. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 30:70-86.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, IV. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 32:11-19.

The Potassium Nutrition of Barley with Special Reference to California Soils. Proc. Fifth Pacific Science Congress, pp. 2669–2676.

1935

Absorption of Potassium by Plants and Fixation by the Soil in Relation to Certain Methods for Estimating Available Nutrients. With J. C. Martin. Trans. Third Inter. Cong. Soil Sci., 1:99-103.

1936

The Plant as a Metabolic Unit in the Soil-Plant System. Essays in Geobotany in Honor of Wm. A. Setchell (Univ. Calif. Press), pp. 219–245.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, V: Effect of Zinc on the Growth of Plants of Various Types in Controlled Soil and Water Culture Experiments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 33:131-141.

General Nature of the Process of Salt Accumulation by Roots with Description of Experimental Methods. With T. C. Broyer. Plant Phys., 11:471-507.

1937

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VI: Further Experiments Bearing on the Cause of the Disease. With W. H. Chandler and P. R. Stout. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 34:131-141.

Some Aspects of the Salt Nutrition of Higher Plants. Bot. Rev., 3:307-334.

1938

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

Suggestions Concerning the Absorption of Ions by Plants. With A. R. Davis. The New Phytologist, 24(2):99-111.

Physiological Aspects of Soil Solution Investigations. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Hilg., 2(11) 1227-1257.

1926

Some Phases of the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants in Relation to the Soil Solution. Sci. Agr., 6(5) :141-151, 177-189.

Effect of Certain Alkali Salts on Growth of Plants. With J. S. Burd and A. R. Davis. (20) Abstract. Nature and Promise of Soil Solution. (21) Abstract of Papers Read Before Pan-Pacific Scientific Congress, Australia.

Influence of Light, Temperature and Other Conditions on the Ability of Nitella Cells to Concentrate Halogens in the Cell Sap. With P. L. Hibbard and A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 10(1) :121-146.

The Investigation of the Soil from the Point of View of the Physiology of the Plant. 4th Int. Conf. Soil Sci. Rome, 1924, 31535-44.

1927

Synthesis of Vitamin E by Plants Grown in Culture Solutions. With H. M. Evans. Am. J. Phys., 80(3) 702-704.

Recent Experiments Concerning the Adequacy of Artificial Culture Solutions and of Soil Solutions for the Growth of Different Types of Plants. With J. C. Martin. Proceedings and Papers of the First Int. Cong. Soil Sci., (3)1-12.

Resume of Recent Soil Investigations at the University of California. Mo. Bull. Calif. Dept. Agr., 16(11):562-568.

1928

First International Congress of Soil Science, Fourth Commission, Soil Fertility. (Summary.) Soil Sci., 25(1) :45-5O.

Influence of One Ion on the Accumulation of Another by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Experiments with Nitella. (With A. R. Davis and P. L. Hibbard. Plant Phys., 3:473-486.

An Apparatus for the Growth of Plants in Controlled Environment. With A. R. Davis. Plant Phys., 3:277-292.

1929

Minimum Potassium Level Required by Tomato Plants Grown in Water Cultures. With E. S. Johnston. Soil Sci., 27(2) :87-1O9.

The Intake and Accumulation of Electrolytes by Plant Cells. With A. R. Davis. Protoplasma, 6(4) 1610-626.

1930

Fertilizer Problems and Analysis of Soils in California. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 317:1-16.

Accumulation of Mineral Elements by Plant Cells. Contrib. Marine Biol., pp. 131–144.

1931

Absorption of Mineral Elements by Plants in Relation to Soil Problems. Plant Phys., 6:593-599.

Little-Leaf or Rosette in Fruit Trees, I. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 556-560.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 1:6i8-636. Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, II: Effect of Zinc and Other Treatments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:255-263.

Some Effects of Deficiencies of Phosphate and Potassium on the Growth and Composition of Fruit Trees, Under Controlled Conditions. With W. H. Chandler. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:267-271.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 2:471-484.

Absorption of Potassium by Plants in Relation to Replaceable, Non- Replaceable, and Soil Solution Potassium. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 36:1-32.

Methods for Determining Availability of Potassium with Special Reference to Semi-Arid Soils. Trans. 2nd Commission and Alkali Subcommission of the International Soc. Soil Sci. Kjobenhavn (Danmark). Vol. A, pp. 25–31.

Nutrition of Strawberry Plants under Controlled Conditions: a) Effects of Deficiencies of Boron and Certain other Elements; b) Susceptibility to Injury from Sodium Salts. With W. C. Snyder. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. ScL, 30:288-294.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, III. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 30:70-86.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, IV. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 32:11-19.

The Potassium Nutrition of Barley with Special Reference to California Soils. Proc. Fifth Pacific Science Congress, pp. 2669–2676.

1935

Absorption of Potassium by Plants and Fixation by the Soil in Relation to Certain Methods for Estimating Available Nutrients. With J. C. Martin. Trans. Third Inter. Cong. Soil Sci., 1:99-103.

1936

The Plant as a Metabolic Unit in the Soil-Plant System. Essays in Geobotany in Honor of Wm. A. Setchell (Univ. Calif. Press), pp. 219–245.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, V: Effect of Zinc on the Growth of Plants of Various Types in Controlled Soil and Water Culture Experiments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 33:131-141.

General Nature of the Process of Salt Accumulation by Roots with Description of Experimental Methods. With T. C. Broyer. Plant Phys., 11:471-507.

1937

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VI: Further Experiments Bearing on the Cause of the Disease. With W. H. Chandler and P. R. Stout. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 34:131-141.

Some Aspects of the Salt Nutrition of Higher Plants. Bot. Rev., 3:307-334.

1938

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

Some Phases of the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants in Relation to the Soil Solution. Sci. Agr., 6(5) :141-151, 177-189.

Effect of Certain Alkali Salts on Growth of Plants. With J. S. Burd and A. R. Davis. (20) Abstract. Nature and Promise of Soil Solution. (21) Abstract of Papers Read Before Pan-Pacific Scientific Congress, Australia.

Influence of Light, Temperature and Other Conditions on the Ability of Nitella Cells to Concentrate Halogens in the Cell Sap. With P. L. Hibbard and A. R. Davis. J. Gen. Phys., 10(1) :121-146.

The Investigation of the Soil from the Point of View of the Physiology of the Plant. 4th Int. Conf. Soil Sci. Rome, 1924, 31535-44.

1927

Synthesis of Vitamin E by Plants Grown in Culture Solutions. With H. M. Evans. Am. J. Phys., 80(3) 702-704.

Recent Experiments Concerning the Adequacy of Artificial Culture Solutions and of Soil Solutions for the Growth of Different Types of Plants. With J. C. Martin. Proceedings and Papers of the First Int. Cong. Soil Sci., (3)1-12.

Resume of Recent Soil Investigations at the University of California. Mo. Bull. Calif. Dept. Agr., 16(11):562-568.

1928

First International Congress of Soil Science, Fourth Commission, Soil Fertility. (Summary.) Soil Sci., 25(1) :45-5O.

Influence of One Ion on the Accumulation of Another by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Experiments with Nitella. (With A. R. Davis and P. L. Hibbard. Plant Phys., 3:473-486.

An Apparatus for the Growth of Plants in Controlled Environment. With A. R. Davis. Plant Phys., 3:277-292.

1929

Minimum Potassium Level Required by Tomato Plants Grown in Water Cultures. With E. S. Johnston. Soil Sci., 27(2) :87-1O9.

The Intake and Accumulation of Electrolytes by Plant Cells. With A. R. Davis. Protoplasma, 6(4) 1610-626.

1930

Fertilizer Problems and Analysis of Soils in California. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 317:1-16.

Accumulation of Mineral Elements by Plant Cells. Contrib. Marine Biol., pp. 131–144.

1931

Absorption of Mineral Elements by Plants in Relation to Soil Problems. Plant Phys., 6:593-599.

Little-Leaf or Rosette in Fruit Trees, I. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 556-560.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 1:6i8-636. Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, II: Effect of Zinc and Other Treatments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:255-263.

Some Effects of Deficiencies of Phosphate and Potassium on the Growth and Composition of Fruit Trees, Under Controlled Conditions. With W. H. Chandler. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:267-271.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 2:471-484.

Absorption of Potassium by Plants in Relation to Replaceable, Non- Replaceable, and Soil Solution Potassium. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 36:1-32.

Methods for Determining Availability of Potassium with Special Reference to Semi-Arid Soils. Trans. 2nd Commission and Alkali Subcommission of the International Soc. Soil Sci. Kjobenhavn (Danmark). Vol. A, pp. 25–31.

Nutrition of Strawberry Plants under Controlled Conditions: a) Effects of Deficiencies of Boron and Certain other Elements; b) Susceptibility to Injury from Sodium Salts. With W. C. Snyder. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. ScL, 30:288-294.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, III. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 30:70-86.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, IV. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 32:11-19.

The Potassium Nutrition of Barley with Special Reference to California Soils. Proc. Fifth Pacific Science Congress, pp. 2669–2676.

1935

Absorption of Potassium by Plants and Fixation by the Soil in Relation to Certain Methods for Estimating Available Nutrients. With J. C. Martin. Trans. Third Inter. Cong. Soil Sci., 1:99-103.

1936

The Plant as a Metabolic Unit in the Soil-Plant System. Essays in Geobotany in Honor of Wm. A. Setchell (Univ. Calif. Press), pp. 219–245.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, V: Effect of Zinc on the Growth of Plants of Various Types in Controlled Soil and Water Culture Experiments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 33:131-141.

General Nature of the Process of Salt Accumulation by Roots with Description of Experimental Methods. With T. C. Broyer. Plant Phys., 11:471-507.

1937

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VI: Further Experiments Bearing on the Cause of the Disease. With W. H. Chandler and P. R. Stout. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 34:131-141.

Some Aspects of the Salt Nutrition of Higher Plants. Bot. Rev., 3:307-334.

1938

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

Synthesis of Vitamin E by Plants Grown in Culture Solutions. With H. M. Evans. Am. J. Phys., 80(3) 702-704.

Recent Experiments Concerning the Adequacy of Artificial Culture Solutions and of Soil Solutions for the Growth of Different Types of Plants. With J. C. Martin. Proceedings and Papers of the First Int. Cong. Soil Sci., (3)1-12.

Resume of Recent Soil Investigations at the University of California. Mo. Bull. Calif. Dept. Agr., 16(11):562-568.

1928

First International Congress of Soil Science, Fourth Commission, Soil Fertility. (Summary.) Soil Sci., 25(1) :45-5O.

Influence of One Ion on the Accumulation of Another by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Experiments with Nitella. (With A. R. Davis and P. L. Hibbard. Plant Phys., 3:473-486.

An Apparatus for the Growth of Plants in Controlled Environment. With A. R. Davis. Plant Phys., 3:277-292.

1929

Minimum Potassium Level Required by Tomato Plants Grown in Water Cultures. With E. S. Johnston. Soil Sci., 27(2) :87-1O9.

The Intake and Accumulation of Electrolytes by Plant Cells. With A. R. Davis. Protoplasma, 6(4) 1610-626.

1930

Fertilizer Problems and Analysis of Soils in California. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 317:1-16.

Accumulation of Mineral Elements by Plant Cells. Contrib. Marine Biol., pp. 131–144.

1931

Absorption of Mineral Elements by Plants in Relation to Soil Problems. Plant Phys., 6:593-599.

Little-Leaf or Rosette in Fruit Trees, I. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 556-560.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 1:6i8-636. Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, II: Effect of Zinc and Other Treatments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:255-263.

Some Effects of Deficiencies of Phosphate and Potassium on the Growth and Composition of Fruit Trees, Under Controlled Conditions. With W. H. Chandler. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:267-271.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 2:471-484.

Absorption of Potassium by Plants in Relation to Replaceable, Non- Replaceable, and Soil Solution Potassium. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 36:1-32.

Methods for Determining Availability of Potassium with Special Reference to Semi-Arid Soils. Trans. 2nd Commission and Alkali Subcommission of the International Soc. Soil Sci. Kjobenhavn (Danmark). Vol. A, pp. 25–31.

Nutrition of Strawberry Plants under Controlled Conditions: a) Effects of Deficiencies of Boron and Certain other Elements; b) Susceptibility to Injury from Sodium Salts. With W. C. Snyder. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. ScL, 30:288-294.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, III. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 30:70-86.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, IV. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 32:11-19.

The Potassium Nutrition of Barley with Special Reference to California Soils. Proc. Fifth Pacific Science Congress, pp. 2669–2676.

1935

Absorption of Potassium by Plants and Fixation by the Soil in Relation to Certain Methods for Estimating Available Nutrients. With J. C. Martin. Trans. Third Inter. Cong. Soil Sci., 1:99-103.

1936

The Plant as a Metabolic Unit in the Soil-Plant System. Essays in Geobotany in Honor of Wm. A. Setchell (Univ. Calif. Press), pp. 219–245.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, V: Effect of Zinc on the Growth of Plants of Various Types in Controlled Soil and Water Culture Experiments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 33:131-141.

General Nature of the Process of Salt Accumulation by Roots with Description of Experimental Methods. With T. C. Broyer. Plant Phys., 11:471-507.

1937

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VI: Further Experiments Bearing on the Cause of the Disease. With W. H. Chandler and P. R. Stout. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 34:131-141.

Some Aspects of the Salt Nutrition of Higher Plants. Bot. Rev., 3:307-334.

1938

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

First International Congress of Soil Science, Fourth Commission, Soil Fertility. (Summary.) Soil Sci., 25(1) :45-5O.

Influence of One Ion on the Accumulation of Another by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Experiments with Nitella. (With A. R. Davis and P. L. Hibbard. Plant Phys., 3:473-486.

An Apparatus for the Growth of Plants in Controlled Environment. With A. R. Davis. Plant Phys., 3:277-292.

1929

Minimum Potassium Level Required by Tomato Plants Grown in Water Cultures. With E. S. Johnston. Soil Sci., 27(2) :87-1O9.

The Intake and Accumulation of Electrolytes by Plant Cells. With A. R. Davis. Protoplasma, 6(4) 1610-626.

1930

Fertilizer Problems and Analysis of Soils in California. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 317:1-16.

Accumulation of Mineral Elements by Plant Cells. Contrib. Marine Biol., pp. 131–144.

1931

Absorption of Mineral Elements by Plants in Relation to Soil Problems. Plant Phys., 6:593-599.

Little-Leaf or Rosette in Fruit Trees, I. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 556-560.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 1:6i8-636. Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, II: Effect of Zinc and Other Treatments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:255-263.

Some Effects of Deficiencies of Phosphate and Potassium on the Growth and Composition of Fruit Trees, Under Controlled Conditions. With W. H. Chandler. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:267-271.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 2:471-484.

Absorption of Potassium by Plants in Relation to Replaceable, Non- Replaceable, and Soil Solution Potassium. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 36:1-32.

Methods for Determining Availability of Potassium with Special Reference to Semi-Arid Soils. Trans. 2nd Commission and Alkali Subcommission of the International Soc. Soil Sci. Kjobenhavn (Danmark). Vol. A, pp. 25–31.

Nutrition of Strawberry Plants under Controlled Conditions: a) Effects of Deficiencies of Boron and Certain other Elements; b) Susceptibility to Injury from Sodium Salts. With W. C. Snyder. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. ScL, 30:288-294.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, III. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 30:70-86.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, IV. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 32:11-19.

The Potassium Nutrition of Barley with Special Reference to California Soils. Proc. Fifth Pacific Science Congress, pp. 2669–2676.

1935

Absorption of Potassium by Plants and Fixation by the Soil in Relation to Certain Methods for Estimating Available Nutrients. With J. C. Martin. Trans. Third Inter. Cong. Soil Sci., 1:99-103.

1936

The Plant as a Metabolic Unit in the Soil-Plant System. Essays in Geobotany in Honor of Wm. A. Setchell (Univ. Calif. Press), pp. 219–245.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, V: Effect of Zinc on the Growth of Plants of Various Types in Controlled Soil and Water Culture Experiments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 33:131-141.

General Nature of the Process of Salt Accumulation by Roots with Description of Experimental Methods. With T. C. Broyer. Plant Phys., 11:471-507.

1937

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VI: Further Experiments Bearing on the Cause of the Disease. With W. H. Chandler and P. R. Stout. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 34:131-141.

Some Aspects of the Salt Nutrition of Higher Plants. Bot. Rev., 3:307-334.

1938

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

Minimum Potassium Level Required by Tomato Plants Grown in Water Cultures. With E. S. Johnston. Soil Sci., 27(2) :87-1O9.

The Intake and Accumulation of Electrolytes by Plant Cells. With A. R. Davis. Protoplasma, 6(4) 1610-626.

1930

Fertilizer Problems and Analysis of Soils in California. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 317:1-16.

Accumulation of Mineral Elements by Plant Cells. Contrib. Marine Biol., pp. 131–144.

1931

Absorption of Mineral Elements by Plants in Relation to Soil Problems. Plant Phys., 6:593-599.

Little-Leaf or Rosette in Fruit Trees, I. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 556-560.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 1:6i8-636. Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, II: Effect of Zinc and Other Treatments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:255-263.

Some Effects of Deficiencies of Phosphate and Potassium on the Growth and Composition of Fruit Trees, Under Controlled Conditions. With W. H. Chandler. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:267-271.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 2:471-484.

Absorption of Potassium by Plants in Relation to Replaceable, Non- Replaceable, and Soil Solution Potassium. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 36:1-32.

Methods for Determining Availability of Potassium with Special Reference to Semi-Arid Soils. Trans. 2nd Commission and Alkali Subcommission of the International Soc. Soil Sci. Kjobenhavn (Danmark). Vol. A, pp. 25–31.

Nutrition of Strawberry Plants under Controlled Conditions: a) Effects of Deficiencies of Boron and Certain other Elements; b) Susceptibility to Injury from Sodium Salts. With W. C. Snyder. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. ScL, 30:288-294.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, III. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 30:70-86.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, IV. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 32:11-19.

The Potassium Nutrition of Barley with Special Reference to California Soils. Proc. Fifth Pacific Science Congress, pp. 2669–2676.

1935

Absorption of Potassium by Plants and Fixation by the Soil in Relation to Certain Methods for Estimating Available Nutrients. With J. C. Martin. Trans. Third Inter. Cong. Soil Sci., 1:99-103.

1936

The Plant as a Metabolic Unit in the Soil-Plant System. Essays in Geobotany in Honor of Wm. A. Setchell (Univ. Calif. Press), pp. 219–245.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, V: Effect of Zinc on the Growth of Plants of Various Types in Controlled Soil and Water Culture Experiments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 33:131-141.

General Nature of the Process of Salt Accumulation by Roots with Description of Experimental Methods. With T. C. Broyer. Plant Phys., 11:471-507.

1937

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VI: Further Experiments Bearing on the Cause of the Disease. With W. H. Chandler and P. R. Stout. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 34:131-141.

Some Aspects of the Salt Nutrition of Higher Plants. Bot. Rev., 3:307-334.

1938

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

Fertilizer Problems and Analysis of Soils in California. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 317:1-16.

Accumulation of Mineral Elements by Plant Cells. Contrib. Marine Biol., pp. 131–144.

1931

Absorption of Mineral Elements by Plants in Relation to Soil Problems. Plant Phys., 6:593-599.

Little-Leaf or Rosette in Fruit Trees, I. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 556-560.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 1:6i8-636. Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, II: Effect of Zinc and Other Treatments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:255-263.

Some Effects of Deficiencies of Phosphate and Potassium on the Growth and Composition of Fruit Trees, Under Controlled Conditions. With W. H. Chandler. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:267-271.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 2:471-484.

Absorption of Potassium by Plants in Relation to Replaceable, Non- Replaceable, and Soil Solution Potassium. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 36:1-32.

Methods for Determining Availability of Potassium with Special Reference to Semi-Arid Soils. Trans. 2nd Commission and Alkali Subcommission of the International Soc. Soil Sci. Kjobenhavn (Danmark). Vol. A, pp. 25–31.

Nutrition of Strawberry Plants under Controlled Conditions: a) Effects of Deficiencies of Boron and Certain other Elements; b) Susceptibility to Injury from Sodium Salts. With W. C. Snyder. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. ScL, 30:288-294.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, III. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 30:70-86.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, IV. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 32:11-19.

The Potassium Nutrition of Barley with Special Reference to California Soils. Proc. Fifth Pacific Science Congress, pp. 2669–2676.

1935

Absorption of Potassium by Plants and Fixation by the Soil in Relation to Certain Methods for Estimating Available Nutrients. With J. C. Martin. Trans. Third Inter. Cong. Soil Sci., 1:99-103.

1936

The Plant as a Metabolic Unit in the Soil-Plant System. Essays in Geobotany in Honor of Wm. A. Setchell (Univ. Calif. Press), pp. 219–245.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, V: Effect of Zinc on the Growth of Plants of Various Types in Controlled Soil and Water Culture Experiments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 33:131-141.

General Nature of the Process of Salt Accumulation by Roots with Description of Experimental Methods. With T. C. Broyer. Plant Phys., 11:471-507.

1937

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VI: Further Experiments Bearing on the Cause of the Disease. With W. H. Chandler and P. R. Stout. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 34:131-141.

Some Aspects of the Salt Nutrition of Higher Plants. Bot. Rev., 3:307-334.

1938

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

Absorption of Mineral Elements by Plants in Relation to Soil Problems. Plant Phys., 6:593-599.

Little-Leaf or Rosette in Fruit Trees, I. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 556-560.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 1:6i8-636. Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, II: Effect of Zinc and Other Treatments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:255-263.

Some Effects of Deficiencies of Phosphate and Potassium on the Growth and Composition of Fruit Trees, Under Controlled Conditions. With W. H. Chandler. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 29:267-271.

Mineral Nutrition of Plants. Ann. Rev. Biochem., 2:471-484.

Absorption of Potassium by Plants in Relation to Replaceable, Non- Replaceable, and Soil Solution Potassium. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci., 36:1-32.

Methods for Determining Availability of Potassium with Special Reference to Semi-Arid Soils. Trans. 2nd Commission and Alkali Subcommission of the International Soc. Soil Sci. Kjobenhavn (Danmark). Vol. A, pp. 25–31.

Nutrition of Strawberry Plants under Controlled Conditions: a) Effects of Deficiencies of Boron and Certain other Elements; b) Susceptibility to Injury from Sodium Salts. With W. C. Snyder. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. ScL, 30:288-294.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, III. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 30:70-86.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, IV. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 32:11-19.

The Potassium Nutrition of Barley with Special Reference to California Soils. Proc. Fifth Pacific Science Congress, pp. 2669–2676.

1935

Absorption of Potassium by Plants and Fixation by the Soil in Relation to Certain Methods for Estimating Available Nutrients. With J. C. Martin. Trans. Third Inter. Cong. Soil Sci., 1:99-103.

1936

The Plant as a Metabolic Unit in the Soil-Plant System. Essays in Geobotany in Honor of Wm. A. Setchell (Univ. Calif. Press), pp. 219–245.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, V: Effect of Zinc on the Growth of Plants of Various Types in Controlled Soil and Water Culture Experiments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 33:131-141.

General Nature of the Process of Salt Accumulation by Roots with Description of Experimental Methods. With T. C. Broyer. Plant Phys., 11:471-507.

1937

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VI: Further Experiments Bearing on the Cause of the Disease. With W. H. Chandler and P. R. Stout. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 34:131-141.

Some Aspects of the Salt Nutrition of Higher Plants. Bot. Rev., 3:307-334.

1938

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

Absorption of Potassium by Plants and Fixation by the Soil in Relation to Certain Methods for Estimating Available Nutrients. With J. C. Martin. Trans. Third Inter. Cong. Soil Sci., 1:99-103.

1936

The Plant as a Metabolic Unit in the Soil-Plant System. Essays in Geobotany in Honor of Wm. A. Setchell (Univ. Calif. Press), pp. 219–245.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, V: Effect of Zinc on the Growth of Plants of Various Types in Controlled Soil and Water Culture Experiments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 33:131-141.

General Nature of the Process of Salt Accumulation by Roots with Description of Experimental Methods. With T. C. Broyer. Plant Phys., 11:471-507.

1937

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VI: Further Experiments Bearing on the Cause of the Disease. With W. H. Chandler and P. R. Stout. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 34:131-141.

Some Aspects of the Salt Nutrition of Higher Plants. Bot. Rev., 3:307-334.

1938

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

The Plant as a Metabolic Unit in the Soil-Plant System. Essays in Geobotany in Honor of Wm. A. Setchell (Univ. Calif. Press), pp. 219–245.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, V: Effect of Zinc on the Growth of Plants of Various Types in Controlled Soil and Water Culture Experiments. With W. H. Chandler and P. L. Hibbard. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 33:131-141.

General Nature of the Process of Salt Accumulation by Roots with Description of Experimental Methods. With T. C. Broyer. Plant Phys., 11:471-507.

1937

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VI: Further Experiments Bearing on the Cause of the Disease. With W. H. Chandler and P. R. Stout. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 34:131-141.

Some Aspects of the Salt Nutrition of Higher Plants. Bot. Rev., 3:307-334.

1938

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VI: Further Experiments Bearing on the Cause of the Disease. With W. H. Chandler and P. R. Stout. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 34:131-141.

Some Aspects of the Salt Nutrition of Higher Plants. Bot. Rev., 3:307-334.

1938

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

The Water-Culture Method of Growing Plants without Soil. With D. I. Arnon. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, p. 347.

1939

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

A Comparison of Water Culture and Soil as Media for Crop Production. With D. I. Arnon. Science, 89:512-514.

Upward and Lateral Movement of Salt in Certain Plants as Indicated by Radioactive Isotopes of Potassium, Sodium and Phosphorus Absorbed by Roots. With P. R. Stout. Am. J. Bot., 26:320-324.

Metabolism and Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 143:1031.

1940

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

Salt Absorption by Plants. With F. C. Steward. Nature, 145:116.

Hydrogen-Ion Effects and the Accumulation of Salt by Barley Roots as Influenced by Metabolism. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:173-185.

Upward Movement of Salt in the Plant with Special Reference to Metabolic Activities of Roots. With T. C. Broyer and P. R. Stout. Science, 91:1454.

Minute Amounts of Chemical Elements in Relation to Plant Growth. Science, 91:481.

Methods of Sap Expression from Plant Tissues with Special Reference to Studies on Salt Accumulation by Excised Barley Roots. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 27:501-511.

Crop Production in Artificial Culture Solutions and in Soils with Special Reference to Factors Influencing Yields and Absorption of Inorganic Nutrients. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 50:463~484.

Salt Accumulation by Plant Cells with Special Reference to Metabolism and Experiments on Barley Roots. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. 8.

Water Culture Experiments on Molybdenum and Copper Deficiencies of Fruit Trees. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 38:8-12.

Some Modern Advances in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Proc. Am. Soc. Sugar Beet Tech., Part 1:18-26.

1941

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

Physiological Aspects of Availability of Nutrients for Plant Growth. With D. I. Arnon. Soil Sci., 51:431-444.

Aspects of Progress in the Study of Plant Nutrition. Trop. Agr., 18:247.

1943

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

Metabolic Activities of Roots and Their Bearing on the Relation of Upward Movement of Saks and Water in Plants. With T. C. Broyer. Am. J. Bot., 30:261-273.

Composition of the Tomato Plant as Influenced by Nutrient Supply in Relation to Fruiting. With D. I. Arnon. Bot. Gaz., 104:576-590.

1944

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

General Aspects of the Study of Plant Nutrition. Sci. Univ. Calif., pp. 279–294.

The Investigation of Plant Nutrition by Artificial Culture Methods. With D. I. Arnon. Biol. Rev., 19:55-67.

Lectures on the Inorganic Nutrition of Plants. (Prather Lectures at Harvard University.) Published by Chronica Botanica Co. Waltham, Mass.

1945

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

Molybdenum in Relation to Plant Growth. Soil Sci., 60:119-123.

Potassium Fixation in Soils in Replaceable and Non-Replaceable Forms in Relation to Chemical Reactions in the Soil. With J. C. Martin and R. Overstreet. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, 10:94-101.

1946

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

The Nutrition and Biochemistry of Plants, Currents in Biochemical Research. Interscience Publ. Inc. N. Y., pp. 61–77.

Little-Leaf or Rosette of Fruit Trees, VIII: Zinc and Copper Deficiency in Coral Soils. With W. H. Chandler and J. C. Martin. Proc. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci., 47:15-19.

1947

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

Trace Elements in Plants and Animals by Walter Stiles. Rev. Arch. Biochem., 13:311-312.

Fertilizers, Soil Analysis and Plant Nutrition. Calif. Agr. Expt. Sta. Circ, 367.

1948

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

Minute Amounts of "Minor" Elements Essential in Addition to "Regular" Fertilizer. Agr. Chem.

Some Problems of Plant Nutrition. With D. I. Arnon. Sci. Mo., 67 (3): 201-209.

1950

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

Absorption and Utilization of Inorganic Substances in Plants. With P. R. Stout. Chap. VIII of Agricultural Chemistry, ed. by Frear, Van Nostrand.

1951

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

Availability of Potassium to Crops in Relation to Replaceable and Non- Replaceable Potassium and to Effects of Cropping and Organic Matter. With J. C. Martin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc., 15:272-278.

Courtesy of The National Academy of Sciences Archives, and without these entries it would not have been possible.

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