(Including certain 1944 publications not previously listed and some early 1946 publications.)

Abbe, E. C. and B. Phinney. Interaction of genes for size and form in maize. Genetics 30(1):1 (abstract). 1945.

Aleksandrov, V. G., O. G. Aleksandrova, and M. S. Iakovlev. [Characteristic features of the morphology of the maize type of cereals (Zea Mays)]. Sovetskaia Botanik Leningrad 1944(6): 63-75. 1944. (In Russian).

Anderson, E. and J. J. Finan. Maize in the Yanhuitlán codex. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 32:361-368. 1945.

Anderson, E. What is Zea Mays? A report of progress. Chronica Botanica 9:88-92. 1945.

Anderson, E. G. and L. F. Randolph. Location of the centromeres on the linkage maps of maize. Genetics 30(6):518-526. 1945.

Andres, J. M. and F. Saura. Marces argentinos tetraploides obtenidos por tratamiento con calor. Rev. Fac. Agron. B. Aires 11:17-30. 1944.

Anonymous. Report on agricultural research for year ending June 30, 1944. Rep. Ia. Agr. Exp. Sta. Pt II, p. 92. 1944.

Barr, C. G. Photosynthesis in maize as influenced by a transpiration-reducing spray. Plant Physiol. 20:86-97. 1945.

Brimhall, R., G. F. Sprague, and J. E. Sass. A new waxy allele in corn and its effect on the properties of the endosperm starch. Jour. Amer. Soc. Agron. 37(11):937-944. 1945.

Brooks, J. S. Performance tests of corn varieties and hybrids, 1944. Oklahoma Sta. Bul. 283, 32 p. 1945.

Brunson, A. M. and G. M. Smith. Hybrid popcorn. Jour. Amer. Soc. Agron. 37(3):176-183. 1945.

Burkholder, P. R., I. McVeigh, and D. Moyer. Niacin in maize. Yale Jour. Biol. and Med. 16(6):659-663. 1944.

Burnham, C. R. Chromosome disjunction in maize interchanges. Genetics 30:2 (abstract). 1945.

Carter, G. F. and E. Anderson. A preliminary survey of maize in the southwestern United States. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 32:297-322. 1945.

Clapp, A. L., E. G. Heyne, C. D. Davis, and W. O. Scott. Kansas corn tests, 1944. Bul. Kansas Agr. Exp. Sta. 325. 1-35. 1945.

Creighton, R. H. J. and H. Hibbert. Studies on lignin and related compounds. LXXVI. Alkaline nitrobenzene oxidation of corn stalks. Isolation of p-hydroxybenzaldehyde. Jour. Amer. Chem. Soc. 66(1):37-38. 1944.

Crim, R. F., H. K. Hayes, E. H. Rinke, R. E. Hodgson, R. O. Bridgford, and R. S. Dunham. Maturity ratings of corn hybrids registered for sale in Minnesota in 1944. Bul. Minnesota Agr. Exp. Sta. 383. 1-19. 1945.

Dugan, G. H., J. H. Bigger, A. L. Lang, B. Koehler, and O. Bolin. Illinois hybrid corn tests, 1944. Bul. Illinois Agr. Exp. Sta. 509. 453-484. 1945.

Ellis., G. H., L. F. Randolph, and G. Matrone. A comparison of the chemical composition of diploid and tetraploid corn. Jour. Agr. Res. 72(3):123-130. 1946.

Eyster, H. C. Theoretical aspects of hybrid corn genetics and hybrid vigor. Records Genet. Soc. Amer. 14:45. 1946. (Preprinted from Genetics).

Fogel, S. Gene action and histological specificity of pigmentation patterns of certain R alleles. Records Genet. Soc. Amer. 14:45. 1946. (Preprinted from Genetics).

_______. Gene action and the course of anthocyanin synthesis in certain R alleles. Records Genet. Soc. Amer. 14:46. 1946. (Preprinted from Genetics).

Frazier, N. W. A streak disease of corn in California. Plant Dis. Reporter 29(8):212-213. 1945.

Giles, N. H., Jr., P. R. Burkholder, I. McVeigh, and K. S. Wilson. Comparative studies on the B-vitamin content of trisomic and disomic maize. Records Genet. Soc. Amer. 14:46-47. 1946. (Preprinted from Genetics).

Graner, E. A. The yellow-orange endosperm of maize. Amer. Nat. 79(781):187-192. 1945.

Haagen-Smit, A. J., R. Siu and G. Wilson. A method for the culturing of excised, immature corn embryos in vitro. Science 101:234. 1945.

Haber, E. S. Dent, flint, flour and waxy maize for improvement of sweet corn inbreds. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 46:293-294. 1945.

Hayes, H. K., E. H. Rinke and Y. S. Tsiang. The relationship between predicted performance of double crosses of corn in one year with predicted and actual performance of double crosses in later years. Jour. Amer. Soc. Agron. 38(1):60-67. 1946.

Hayward, H. E. and W. B. Spurr. Effects of isosmotic concentrations of inorganic and organic substrates on entry of water into corn roots. Bot. Gaz. 106(2):131-139. 1944.

Huber, L. L. Successful corn hybrids must suit the environment where grown. Pennsylvania Sta. Bul. 446, Sub. 3, p. 4-5. 1944.

_______. Thin stands of corn produce bigger ears but lower yields than thicker plantings. Pennsylvania Sta. Bul. 464, Sup. 2, p. 10. 1945.

Hull, F. H. Recurrent selection for specific combining ability in corn. Jour. Amer. Soc. Agron. 36:989-990 (abstract). 1944.

_______. Recurrent selection for specific combining ability in corn. Jour. Amer. Soc. Agron. 37:134-145. 1945.

_______. Regression analyses of corn yield data. Records Genet. Soc. Amer. 14-49. 1946. (Preprinted from Genetics).

Johann, H. and A. D. Dickson. A soluble substance in cornstalks that retards growth of Diplodia Zeae in culture. Jour. Agr. Res. 71(3):89-110. 1945.

Jones, D. F. The importance of degenerative changes in living organisms. Science 102(2643):209. 1945.

_______. Heterosis resulting from degenerative changes. Genetics 30(6):527-542. 1945.

Keeler, C. E. Preparing ears of maize for genetic classes. Jour. Hered. 36(2):41-42. 1945.

Kiesselbach, T. A. The detasseling hazard of hybrid seed corn production. Jour. Amer. Soc. Agron. 37(10):806-811. 1945.

_______, and W. E. Lyness. Simulated hail injury of corn. Nebraska Sta. Bul. 377, 22 p. 1945.

Kinman, M. L. and G. F. Sprague. Relation between number of parental lines and theoretical performance of synthetic varieties of corn. Jour. Amer. Soc. Agron. 37:341-351. 1945.

Koch, L. W. and H. F. Murwin. The hybrid corn industry in Ontario. Pathological and other problems. Empire Jour. Exp. Agr. 13(50):100-111. 1945.

Krantz, B. A. Corn fertilization studies in 1944. North Carolina Sta. Agron. Inform. Cir. 139, 11p. 1945.

Kulešov, N. (Maize in the fields of Siberia). (Socialistic Agriculture) Moscow No. 1:56-62. 1944. (In Russian).

Laughnan, J. R. Chemical studies concerned with the action of the gene A1 in maize. Records Genet. Soc. Amer. 14:52. 1946 (Preprinted from Genetics).

Langham, D. G. and O. Gorbea. Maiz blanco Venezuela -3, una seleccion de allo rendimiento. Circ. Minist. Agric. Criá Dep. Genet. Inst. Exp. Agr. Zootec., El Valle, D. F. No. 5, Pp. 3. 1944.

Longley, A. E. Abnormal segregation during megasporogenesis in maize. Genetics 30:100-113. 1945.

Loomis, W. E. Translocation of carbohydrates in maize. Science 101 (2625):398-400. 1945.

Mangelsdorf, P. C. The origin and nature of the ear of maize. Bot. Mus. Leafl. Harvard University 12(2):33-38. 1945.

Manke, K. F. and J. E. Grafius. South Dakota corn performance test, 1944. South Dakota Sta. Cir. 55, 31 p. 1945.

Menezes, O. B. de. Tempo de germinacão do grão de polen e mitose de um milho brasileiro. Bol. Soc. Brasil. Agron. Rio de J. 7:27-32. 1944.

Mooers, C. A. Nitrate of soda as a fertilizer of corn. Tennessee Sta. Bul. 196, 16 p. 1945.

Moore, R. P. and G. K. Middleton. Measured crop performance 1944: corn hybrids, cotton, wheat, oats, barley. North Carolina Sta. Bul. 351, 75 p. 1945.

Morrison, G. Grand old man of hybrid corn. Seed world 55: No. 7: 16, 18, 20. 1944.

Patch, L. H. and R. T. Everley. Resistance of dent corn inbred lines to survival of first-generation European corn borer larvae. U. S. Dept. Agr. Tech. Bull. 893. 1-10. 1945.

Perry, H. S. The Ga gene as a means of reducing contamination of sweet corn. Jour. Hered. 36(5):131-134. 1945.

Reiss, F. and J. L. Robinson. The 1944 Iowa corn yield test. Bul. Iowa Agr. Exp. Sta. No. P71: 372-416. 1945.

Rhoades, M. M. On the genetic control of mutability in maize. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. Wash. 31:91-95. 1945.

Richey, F. D. Bruce's explanation of hybrid vigor. Jour. Hered. 36(8):243-244. 1945.

_______. Isolating better foundation inbreds for use in corn hybrids. Genetics 30(5):455-471. 1945.

Rinke, E. H., H. K. Hayes, Y. S. Tsiang, and C. Borgeson. Minhybrid corn varieties for Minnesota. Minnesota Sta. Bul. 354, 36 p. 1944.

Sass, J. E. Schedules for sectioning maize kernels in paraffin. Stain Technol. 20:93-98. 1945.

_______ and J. M. Green. Cytohistology of the reaction of maize seedlings to colchicine. Bot. Gaz. 106(4):483-488. 1945.

Shafer, J. Jr. The relation of embryo axis weights to heterosis. Amer. Jour. Bot. 31:503-506. 1944.

Shank, D. B. Effects of phosphorous, nitrogen, and soil moisture on top-root ratios of inbred and hybrid maize. J. Agr. Res. 70:365-377. 1945.

Singleton, W. R. and O. E. Nelson, Jr. The improvement of naturally cross-pollinated plants by selection in self-fertilized lines. IV. Combining ability of successive generations of inbred sweet corn. Connecticut Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 490, 489 p. 1945.

Sprague, G. F. Early testing of inbred lines of corn. Jour. Amer. Soc. Agron. 38(2):108-117. 1946.

Stadler, L. J. and S. Fogel. Gene variability in maize. II. The action of certain R. alleles. Genetics 30(1):23-24. (abstract). 1945.

Stoneberg, H. Louisiana-adapted hybrid corns. South Seedsman 8: No. 3:18. 1945.

Tyner, E. H. and J. R. Webb. The relation of corn yields to nutrient balance as revealed by leaf analysis. Jour. Amer. Soc. Agron. 38(2):173-185. 1946.

Weatherwax, P. Corn for morphological and genetic work. Records Genet. Soc. Amer. 14:65. 1946. (preprinted from Genetics).

Wiidakas, W. Corn hybrid and variety performance in North Dakota. North Dakota Sta. Bimo. Bul. 7: No. 4, p. 3-8. 1945.

_______. Planning the fight against the European corn borer in the North Central states. North Dakota Sta. Bimo. Bul. 7: No. 4:29-31. 1945.

_______ and W. T. Leary. 1944 hybrid corn field trials. North Dakota Sta. Agron. Mimeog. Cir. 76: 15 p. 1945


Addendum to Bibliography

Since preparation of the above bibliography abstracts of papers presented at the St. Louis meetings of the Genetics Society of America have been published in Genetics 31:211-237, 1946. The following additional papers have also been noted.

Anonymous. Guatemala Research Center of Iowa State College. Amer. Nat. 80: 125. 1946.

Dicke, F. F. and M. T. Jenkins. Susceptibility of certain strains of field corn in hybrid combinations to damage by corn earworms. U.S.D.A. Tech. Bul., No. 898, 36p. 1945.

Freeman, W. H. The inheritance of husk length, ear length, and days to silking in maize. Ann. Meeting, Amer. Soc. Agron., Feb. 27 - March 1, Crop Div. Program, p. 7-8 (abstract). 1946.

Hayes, H. K. Yield genes, heterosis and combining ability. Ann. Meeting, Amer. Soc. Agron., Feb. 27 - March 1, Crop Div. Program, p. 10 (abstract). 1946.

Lindstrom, E. W. Block-dominance, chromosome-balance and linkage-drag in polygenic inheritance and heterosis. Ann. Meeting, Amer. Soc. Agron., Feb. 27 - March 1, Crop Div. Program, p. 11 (abstract). 1946.

Porter, J. W., F. M. Strong, R. A. Brink, and N. P. Neal. Carotene Content of the corn plant. Jour. Agr. Res. 72(5): 169-187. 1946.

Sayre, J. D. The use of the spectrograph in corn breeding. Ann. meeting, Amer. Soc. Agron., Feb. 27 - March 1, Crop Div. Program, p. 15 (abstract). 1946.

Shank, D. B. and C. K. McClelland. Arkansas corn yield tests. Arkansas Sta. Rpt. Ser. 1. 22 p. 1945.

Singleton, W. R. Hybrid vigor in intra-inbred crosses and its utilization in maize breeding. Ann. meeting, Amer. Soc. Agron., Feb. 27 - March 1, Crop Div. Program, p. 16. (Abstract). 1946.

_______. "Long husk" sterility in maize. Jour. Hered. 37: 29-30. 1946.

Wellhausen, E. J. The performance of some native and foreign corns in Mexico. Ann. meeting, Amer. Soc. Agron., Feb. 27 - March 1, Crop Div. Program, p. 19-20 (abstract). 1946.

H. H. Smith