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  1. Foliage key to trees and shrubs including those native and introduced species with alternate leaves that are deciduous and simi-evergreen and hardy in New England and New York.
    By: Thurston, Arthur S.
    Publication info: 1916.
    Contributed by: UMass Amherst Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Horticulture  Identification  Leaves  Masters  Shrubs  Theses  Trees  
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  2. Rust of antirrhinum.
    By: Doran, William Leonard,
    Publication info: 1917.
    Contributed by: UMass Amherst Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Botany  Diseases and pests  Masters  Phytopathogenic fungi  Snapdragons  Theses  
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  3. The secondary sexual characters of the Hymenoptera.
    By: McLaine, Leonard S.
    Publication info: 1912.
    Contributed by: UMass Amherst Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Entomology  Hymenoptera  Masters  Theses  
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  4. A study of the sulphur supply of soils and its relation to plant growth.
    By: Cobb, J. Stanley.
    Publication info: 1917.
    Contributed by: UMass Amherst Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Agronomy  Effect of sulphur on  Masters  Plants  Theses  
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  5. A study of the thoracic sclerites of Lepidoptera.
    By: Root, George A.
    Publication info: 1915.
    Contributed by: UMass Amherst Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Entomology  Lepidoptera  Masters  Theses  
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  6. The training of the apple tree.
    By: Armstrong, Robert Pierson.
    Publication info: 1916.
    Contributed by: UMass Amherst Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Apples  Masters  Pomology  Pruning  Theses  
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  7. Trogus of America north of Mexico.
    By: Hasey, W. H.
    Publication info: 1915.
    Contributed by: UMass Amherst Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Entomology  Ichneumonidae  Masters  Theses  
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