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1. "White ants" as pests in the United States and methods of preventing their damage (id:ORC00000195)

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2. APA locus proteins from tepary accession G40199 confers resistance to Acanthoscelides obtectus in common bean interspecific backcross lines (id:IND44058348)

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3. Adjusting corn belt farming to meet corn-borer conditions (id:ORC00000449)

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4. Altering insect brain chemistry (id:IND87016237)

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5. Ambrosia beetles (id:IND23339892)

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6. Angoumois grain moth (id:ORC00000327)

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7. Arcelin-like and α-amylase-like inhibitor DNA sequences cosegregate with a novel seed storage protein in Phaseolus vulgaris X P. acutifolius hybrids (id:IND43805366)

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8. Assessing germplasm resistance to the soybean aphid virus complex (id:IND43805460)

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9. Bean and pea weevils (id:ORC00000541)

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10. Bean seeds treated with furadan 300 to control cutworms (id:IND88014196)

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11. Biological control (id:IND87016236)

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12. California oak worm (id:ORC00000356)

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13. Chemical control of the lesser cornstalk borer infesting beans (id:IND88014195)

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14. Commercial evaporation and drying of fruits (id:ORC00000233)

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15. Comparison of 1993 fruit pesticide use survey data and CALEPA data (id:23759)

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16. Control of aphids injurious to orchard fruits, currant, gooseberry and grape (id:ORC00000332)

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17. Control of bean diseases and insect pests using farmers' indigeneous methods (id:IND21814123)

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18. Control of the citrus thrips in California and Arizona (id:ORC00000389)

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19. Control of the codling moth in the Pacific Northwest (id:ORC00000354)

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20. Control of the green clover worm in alfalfa fields (id:ORC00000535)