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True, Rodney Philip. (1960). Oak wilt in West Virginia. Bulletin (West Virginia University Agricultural Experiment Station); 448T. [Morgantown, WV]: West Virginia University Agricultural Experiment Station.
Call number: SB608.O115 T7 1960.

Bonnett, Orville Thomas. (1961). The Oat plant: Its histology and development. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois, Agricultural Experiment Station.
Call number: QK495.G74 B64.

Fontana, Felice (1932). Observations on the rust of grain. Washington, DC: American Phytopathological Society.
Call number: SB599.P498 no.2.

Berkeley, Miles Joseph. (1948). Observations, botanical and physiological, on the potato murrain: Together with selections from Berkeley's Vegetable Pathology made by the Plant Pathology Committee of the British Mycological Society. East Lansing, MI: American Phytopathological Society.
Call number: SB599.P498 no.8.

Wahanik, Dirk A. (1995). Odor quantification for mushroom farm composting facilities. Master's thesis. M.S. thesis, Dept. of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University.
Call number: Thesis shelved alphabetically by last name of author in Hildebrandt Library, Room 222A.

Horwitz, William. (Ed.). (1965). Official methods of analysis of the Association of Official Agricultural Chemists (10th ed.). Washington, DC: Association of Official Agricultural Chemists.
Call number: S583.A87.

Crous, Pedro W., Wingfield, Michael J., Slippers, Bernard, Rong, Isabella H., & Samson, Robert A. (Eds.). 100 years of fungal biodiversity in southern Africa. Studies in Mycology; 55 (2006). Utrecht, The Netherlands: Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures, 2006.
Call number: QK600.S82 no.55.

Porter, C. W., & Stewart, T. D. (1943). Organic chemistry. Boston: Ginn and Co.
Call number: QD251.P72.

Geissman, T. A., & Crout, D. H. G. (1969). Organic chemistry of secondary plant metabolism. San Francisco, CA: Freeman, Cooper & Co.
Call number: QK887.G4.

Robinson, Trevor. (1963). The Organic constituents of higher plants: Their chemistry and interrelationships. Minneapolis, MN: Burgess Pub. Co.
Call number: QK861.R58 1963.

Robinson, Trevor. (1980). The Organic constituents of higher plants: Their chemistry and interrelationships (4th ed.). North Amherst, MA: Cordus Press.
Call number: QK861.R58 1980.

Croll, N. A. (Ed.). (1976). The Organization of nematodes. London, UK: Academic Press.
Call number: QL391.N4 O65.

Grant, Verne. (1971). The Origin of adaptations. New York: Columbia University Press.
Call number: QH366.G69.

Mangelsdorf, P. C., & Reeves, R. G. (1939). The Origin of indian corn and its relatives. College Station, TX: Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas.
Call number: SB191.M2.

Chatfield, James A., et al. (Eds.). (2001). Ornamental plants: Annual reports and research reviews 2000. Special circular (Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center); 177. Wooster, OH: Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center in partnership with Ohio State University Extension.
Call number: SB405.5.O3 O76 2000.

Apgar, Austin Craig. (1910). Ornamental shrubs of the United States (hardy, cultivated). New York, NY: American Book Company.
Call number: SB435.A7.

Whetzel, Herbert Hice. (1918). An Outline of the history of phytopathology. Philadelphia, PA: W. B. Saunders.
Call number: SB731.W54 1918.

Schuchert, Charles, & Dunbar, Carl O. (1941). Outlines of historical geology (4th ed.). New York: John Wiley & Sons.
Call number: QE501.S355.

Longwell, Chester R., Knopf, Adolph, & Flint, Richard F. (1941). Outlines of physical geology (2d ed.). New York: John Wiley & Sons.
Call number: QE26.T42.

National Research Council. Committee on Medical and Biologic Effects of Environmental Pollutants. (1977). Ozone and other photochemical oxidants. Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences.
Call number: QH545.O94 N37.

Eckardt, Nancy A. (1993). Ozone-induced structural modification and enhanced degradation of Rubisco in potato foliage. Ph.D. thesis, Intercollege Graduate Program in Plant Physiology, The Pennsylvania State University.
Call number: Thesis shelved alphabetically by last name of author in Hildebrandt Library, Room 222A.
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