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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 110

Chapter 110 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Hoe 2982 - an effective systemic organophosphorous preparation with short residual action. Eiuletyn Instytutu Ochrony Roslin (50): 109-116

Hoeing of sugar beet in conjunction with a pre-emergence herbicide. Experimental Husbandry (26): 41-47

Hoffmannias from Mexico and Central America. Fieldiana: Botany 36(6): 51-60

Hog chlorea: diagnosis and prophylaxis. National Institute of Animal Health Quarterly 10(Supplement): 57-81

Hog cholera virus: multiple malformations produced by persistent, tolerant infection of fetal swine. Teratology 5(2): 259

Hog contracting, an alternative system of coordination. Hog contracting, an alternative system of coordination: 16

Hog pork subsector study in review: research and administrative experience. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 56(5): 1023-1029

Hog price flexibilities as related to cycle phases. Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics 4(1): 119-122

Hohenheim long-term trials on chemical weed control. Berichte aus der Abteilung fur Herbologie an der Universitat Hohenheim (2): 47

Hokitika river catchment : forests and shrublands. Report of Forest Research Institute for 1972, New Zealand Forest Service: 62

Holcus mollis L. in Poland. 1. Karyological investigations. Acta Biologica Cracoviensia, Botanica 16(2): 227-233

Holders in agriculture by age and occupational combinations and how these factors influence the operation of the holdings. [Publication] Central Bureau of Statistics (5): 69

Holding strength of screws in wood and wood-base materials. Research Bulletin, Wood Research Laboratory, Purdue University (895): 15

Holding times of raw milk dilutions: a reassessment. Journal of Milk and Food Technology 35(12): 713-714

Holiday on the farm. Results of a questionnaire on the attitude of the population. Landwirtschaft Angewandte Wissenschaft (162): 141

Holiday strawberry. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 53(2): 347-348

Holiday strawberry. New York' s Food and Life Sciences Bulletin (24): 2

Holidays on the farm. Agrar Perspektiven (2): 110

Holidays on the farm - effects on labour and finance for the farms providing lodgings. A case study from Baden-Wurttemberg. AID Schriftenreihe (181): 57

Holidays on the farm. An investigation of the psychology of motivation and behaviour. Landwirtschaft angewandte Wissenschaft (169): 178+13

Holidays on the farm. Analysis of the supply of holiday accommodation in farmhouses (analysis of catalogue) - Evaluation of replies by holidaymakers (postcard analysis). AID Schriftenreihe (180): 144

Holley, a new early maturing wheat. Research Report, College of Agriculture Experiment Stations, University of Georgia (114): 9

Hollow fiber ultrafiltration for by-product recovery in the food processing industry. Abstracts of Papers, American Chemical Society 168: INDE 15

Hollow fiber ultrafiltration of Cottage cheese whey. Journal of Dairy Science 58(5): 782

Hollow fruits in tomatoes. Groenten en Fruit 29(15): 657, 659

Hollow heart of pea (Pisum sativum). Annals of Applied Biology 74(2): 239-247

Hollow heart, a physiological disorder of pea seeds, Pisum sativum. Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 25(12): 179-182

Hollowness in polyploid forms of sugar beet. KyrgSSR Ilimder Akad Kabarlary (5): 60-61

Holly culture in British Columbia. British Columbia Department of Agriculture?; (74-6): 12

Holly evaluation at the horticultural gardens of Clemson University. Technical Bulletin, South Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station (1050): 28

Holly fruit pigments. Taxonomic and genetic implications. Holly Letter (49): 3-5

Holly hybridization at the National Arboretum. Holly Letter (47): 1-3

Holoblastic conidiogenesis in Helminthosporium maydis. Canadian Journal of Botany 53(8): 813-817

Holocene soil development sediment formation and geomorphogenesis in the river Aue region of the dyke of the Gottingen Leine valley. I. Late Glacial and Holocene up to the beginning of the deposition of Iron Age Aue loam. Gottinger Bodenkundliche Berichte (21): 1-75

Holst filtration apparatus for Van Soest detergent fiber analyses. Journal of the Association of Official Analytical Chemists 56(6): 1352-1356

Holstein-Friesians in the German Federal Republic and other European countries. Tierzuchter 24(17): 493-494

Holy basil promotes flowering in periwinkle. Rajasthan Agriculturist1971; 10/11: 11-14

Home builder acceptance of modified construction techniques. Forest Products Journal 23(2): 43-45

Home market for dairy products. Nordisk Mejeriindustri 2(3): 119, 142

Home preservation of fruit and vegetables. Bulletin, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (21 Ed. 13): vii + 135

Home range, movements and food of a buffalo herd in Tsavo National Park. East African Wildlife Journal 10(3): 237-243

Home-grown timbers : Corsican Pine. Home grown timbers : Corsican Pine: 15

Home-made weaning foods for Sudanese children. Sudan Medical Journal 10(2): 87-93

Homemakers' opinions about dairy products and imitations: a nationwide survey. Marketing Research Report, USDA (995): 89

Homeostasis and polymorphism in vernal development of Chaoborus americanus. Ecology 54(6): 1247-1259

Homeostatic regulation of zinc absorption in the rat. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 143(3): 723-725

Homeostatic responses to glucose loading in newborn and young dogs. Metabolism 22(11): 1367-1375

Homeosterically related plant growth regulators. 2. Biological assay studies. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 21(6): 1061-1065

Homoancestral genes in relation to parallel variations in wheat and Aegilops. Seiken Ziho (22): 77-81

Homoarginine in cystinuria. Clinical Science and Molecular Medicine 46(2): 173-182

Homocaryonization for race identification in Pyricularia oryzae and its application to Alternaria longipes. Journal of the Indian Botanical Society 50A: 69-77

Homocystinuria. Pediatriya, USSR (3): 49-53

Homocystinuria: clinical picture, treatment and results in eight patients. Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 98(27): 1313-1319

Homocytotropic and haemagglutinating antibody response of pigs to the lungworm, Metastrongylus spp. Journal of Comparative Pathology 82(4): 463-470

Homocytotropic antibodies in guinea-pigs with experimental microascaridiosis due to Ascaris suum, appearing as passive cutaneous anaphylaxis.. Annali della Facolta di Medicina Veterinaria di Pisa 23: 249-258

Homocytotropic antibodies in the guinea-pig. Heterogeneity of antibodies induced by Trichinella infection. International Archives of Allergy and Applied Immunology 43(3): 371-382

Homocytotropic antibodies induced in calves by infection with Fasciola hepatica. International Archives of Allergy and Applied Immunology 45(5): 744-751

Homocytotropic antibody formation in rabbits implanted with Dirofilaria immitis. Japanese Journal of Parasitology 22(1): 34-38

Homocytotropic antibody response to parasitic infections. , Immunity to animal parasites: 97-129

Homocytotropic antibody to Coenurus cerebralis antigen in sheep. British Veterinary Journal 131(3): 361-363

Homocytotropic antibody to Echinococcus antigen in sheep with homologous and heterologous larval cestode infection. American Journal of Veterinary Research 34(9): 1179-1181

Homoeologous pairing of specific Agropyron elongatum (2n = 70) chromosome with wheat chromosomes. Wheat Information Service (33/34): 35-37

Homoeothermy and growth rate in the fowl. British Poultry Science 14(4): 319-328

Homogeneity and classification of red soils. Madras Agricultural Journal 60(8): 816-819

Homogeneity of the filariids of batrachians, including the genera Waltonella, Ochoterenella and Madochotera; creation of Waltonellinae n. subfam. Annales de Parasitologie Humaine et Comparee 49(6): 721-739

Homogeneous and heterogeneous animals for the endocrinological search. Defining the laboratory animal IV Symposium, International Committee on Laboratory Animals: 414-434

Homogeneous and heterogeneous selection in pig breeding with reference to blood groups. Genet svinei i teoriya plemen otbora v svinovodstve: 267-273

Homogeneous land areas in Sao Paulo from the point of view of agricultural organization. Revista Brasileira de Economia 27(1): 115-164

Homogeneous selection for pelt colour and pelt type as an important method of breeding Sur Karakuls. Ovtsevodstvo (5): 14-15

Homogenizer, particularly for milk. French Patent Application: (2 079 304)

Homograft of a stored bone fragment in the treatment of fractures (in dogs). Revue de Medecine Veterinaire 126(5): 667-674

Homologous interference between the components of tobacco rattle virus. Virology 52(1): 314-317

Homologous interference by Newcastle disease virus. First stages of interaction of challenge virus with pre-infected cells. Acta Virologica 15(3): 205-209

Homologous interference in Aedes aegypti cell cultures infected with Sindbis virus. Archiv für die Gesamte Virusforschung 45(4): 309-318

Homologous sequences of nucleotides in the DNA of some members of the Liliales. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR 209(5): 1223-1226

Homologous series in heritable variability of characters in soya bean. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 45(3): 194-211

Homologous viral interference in trout and Atlantic salmon cell cultures infected with infectious pancreatic necrosis virus. Journal of Virology 14(1): 180-182

Homology between RNA from human malignant breast tissue and DNA synthesized by milk particles. Nature: New Biology 239(90): 92-95

Homology between the A and B genomes of Bromus pumpellianus ssp. dicksonii. Canadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology 16(1): 213-217

Homology relationships in awn formation in the genera Triticum and Aegilops. Kulturpflanze 21: 195-209

Homoptera (Aphidoidea and Psylloidea) vectors of virus diseases in potato crops in Transylvania. Analele Institutului de Cercetari pentru Protectia Plantelor 1970; 6: 329-336

Homorocoryphus nitidulus. Zashchita Rastenii 16(8): 49

Homoserine dehydrogenase in Pisum sativum and Ricinus communis. Phytochemistry 14(4): 943-947

Homoserine esterification in green plants. Plant Physiology 54(5): 725-736

Homoserine in seedlings of the tribe Vicieae of the Leguminosae. Phytochemistry 12(9): 2207-2209

Homoterocarpin in the heartwood of Pericopsis angolensis. Holzforschung 28(5): 186

Homozygosis and inbreeding in inbred maize lines. Dokl AN SSSR 196(4): 953-955

Honduras. Legislative Decree No. 85 : Forestry Law. 10 February 1972. Food and Agricultural Legislation 22(1): 66-70

Honey and diabetes mellitus. Police Magazine, Syria 9(97/98): 46-49

Honey and honey therapy. Mierea si terapia cu miere: 264

Honey and its sugars. Current methods of analysis. O mel e seus acucares Processos actuais de analise: 210

Honey bee activity in blooming onion fields in Idaho. American Bee Journal 112(6): 218-219

Honey bee activity on 'Magness' and pollenizer pear varieties. Fruit Varieties 27(4): 81-83

Honey bee alarm pheromone: another function. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 65(6): 1430

Honey bee collection of corn pollen reduced by feeding pollen in the hive. American Bee Journal 112(6): 210-212

Honey bee hazards associated with some mosquito abatement aerial spray applications. California Vector Views 21(9): 51-55

Honey bee pollination in Manitoba. Publication, Manitoba Department of Agriculture (525): 16

Honey bee pollination requirements of hybrid cucumbers Cucumis sativus L. Honey bee pollination requirements of hybrid cucumbers Cucumis sativus L: xiii + 150

Honey bee visits increase yields of 'Orlando' tangelo. HortScience 8(2): 100

Honey bees and gypsy moth control. New York' s Food and Life Sciences 5(2): 7-9

Honey bees and wasps as pests of grape. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 67(1): 121-122

Honey bees as pollinators of hybrid cotton. Environmental Entomology 1(3): 368-370

Honey bees as pollinators of pickling cucumbers in Wisconsin. American Bee Journal 112(7): 252-254

Honey bees collect caulking material as propolis. American Bee Journal 114(3): 90

Honey bees flew and visited flowers satisfactorily in polyethylene greenhouses. American Bee Journal 114(2): 62-63

Honey collection in relation to migration schedules of wild honey bees in U.P. (India). American Bee Journal 114(10): 379

Honey crop forecasting in the Middle Ages. Bee World 53(2): 79-83

Honey flora of Victoria. Honey flora of Victoria: 175

Honey fungus: recognition, biology & control. Arboricultural Association Journal 2(4): 116-126

Honey fungus: recognition, biology and control. Arboricultural Association Journal 4(2): 116-126

Honey left in the supers after extrating. Beekeeping, UK 39(6): 111-113

Honey mesquite seedling growth and 2,4,5-T susceptibility as influenced by shading. Journal of Range Management 26(1): 58-60

Honey productivity of Caucasians, local bees and their hybrids. Pszczelnicze Zeszyty Naukowe 16: 43-51

Honey refining. Japanese Patent: (36 171/71)

Honey sources of some tropical and subtropical countries. Bee World 54(4): 177-186

Honey-bee abdomen assays of hemolymph from stressed and externally poisoned American cockroaches. Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 5(1): 90-100

Honey-bee viruses. Science Progress, Oxford 59: 309-323

Honey-extracting method and apparatus. US Patent (3 619 828): 2

Honey-sac capacity of workers of two subspecies of Apis mellifera. Ciencia e Cultura 24(5): 464-468

Honeybee activity in gathering pollen from corn plants Zea mays. Agricultural Research Review, Cairo 50(1): 107-113

Honeybee activity on pear and systems of osmo-attraction capable of increasing it, in an orchard protected with anti-hail nets. Bollettino dell' Istituto di Entomologia della Universita di Bologna1973; 30: 225-264

Honeybee larval corpora allata : their fine structure and repressor action. Journal of Apicultural Research 12(3): 167-178

Honeybee pesticide mortality: intoxication versus acetylcholinesterase concentration. Journal of Apicultural Research 13(1): 55-60

Honeybee venom: phospholipase A as the major allergen. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 53(2): 103

Honeybees and bogbean. Phyton, Austria 16(1-4): 49-55

Honeybees and their relation to sunflower yields. Gaceta del Colmenar 35(1): 2-3

Honeycomb and ring failure in bacterially infected Red Oak lumber after kiln drying. USDA Forest Service Research Paper, Forest Products Laboratory, Madison (FPL 165): 36

Honeydew and bees. Spadz i pszczoly: 252 pp

Honeydew production by aphids under stimulus from ants. Bonner Zoologische Beitrage 24(1/2): 105-121

Hong Kong annual departmental report by the Director of Agriculture and Fisheries for the financial year 1972-73. Hong Kong annual departmental report by the Director of Agriculture and Fisheries for the financial year 1972-73: 91

Hong Kong influenza infection in swine: experimental and field observations. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 47(4): 489-491

Hong Kong. Annual Department Report by the Director of Agriculture and Fisheries for the financial year 1971-72. Hong Kong Annual Department Report by the Director of Agriculture and Fisheries for the financial year 1971-72: viii+86

Hong Kong. Annual Departmental Report by the Director of Agriculture and Fisheries for the financial year 1970-71. Hong Kong Annual Departmental Report by the Director of Agriculture and Fisheries for the financial year 1970-71: 90

Hong Kong. Annual departmental report, Director of Agriculture and Fisheries, 1973/74. Hong Kong Annual departmental report, Director of Agriculture and Fisheries, 1973/74: 84

Hood 75, an improved soybean resistant to Phytophthora rot. Arkansas Farm Research 24(2): 2

Hookworm anaemia. , Soil transmitted nematodes and tetramisole: ; 90-99

Hookworm anemia and malnutrition in children. Revista del Instituto de Investigaciones Medicas 1(1): 60-70

Hookworm anemia as a cause of death. Epidemiological study in El Salvador. Revista del Instituto de Investigaciones Medicas 1(1): 88-95

Hookworm disease and prevention. , Progress of medical parasitology in Japan Volume 3: 183-282

Hookworm disease in El Salvador. I. Morbidity. II. Epidemiology. Revista del Instituto de Investigaciones Medicas 1(1): 37-54

Hookworm disease in pregnancy with severe anemia. Obstetrics and Gynecology 42(4): 564-567

Hookworm disease. Diagnosis. Laboratory techniques. Revista del Instituto de Investigaciones Medicas 1(1): 77-87

Hookworm due to Necator americanus, endemic in horticulturalists in Lusia (Rovigo). Giornale di Malattie Infettive e Parassitarie 24(6): 446-448

Hookworm egg counts by Beaver's method in two different rural areas of Paraguay. Revista Paraguaya de Microbiologia 8(1): 27-29

Hookworm enteropathy. Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 77(9): 211-214

Hookworm in Georgia. I. Survey of intestinal helminth infections and anemia in rural school children. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 21(6): 919-929

Hookworm in Georgia. II. Survey of intestinal helminth infections in members of rural households of southeastern Georgia. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 21(6): 930-943

Hookworm in Paraguay. Revista Paraguaya de Microbiolgia 8(1): 19-25

Hookworm in established endemic areas. 1. Province of Alexandria. Parassitologia 14(1): 97-101

Hookworm in established endemic areas. 2. Province of Vercelli. Parassitologia 14(1): 103-104

Hookworm in established endemic areas. 3. Vigevano (Pavia). Parassitologia 14(1): 105-106

Hookworm in established endemic areas. 4. Necator americanus. Endemic situation in Lusia (Rovigo). Parassitologia 14(1): 107-108

Hookworm in established endemic areas. 5. Lower valleys of the Tronto and Tesino. Parassitologia 14(1): 109-112

Hookworm infection in El Salvador. A serious public health problem. Revista del Instituto de Investigaciones Medicas 1(1): 55-59

Hookworm infection. Treatment with phenylene1,4-diisothiocyanate, tetrachloroethylene and thiabendazole. Revista da Associacao Medica de Minas Gerais 22(1): 67-76

Hookworm infection: intestinal blood loss and erythrokinesis. Revista del Instituto de Investigaciones Medicas 1(1): 16-30

Hookworm nomenclature. Revista del Instituto de Investigaciones Medicas 1(1): 8-9

Hookworm, Ascaris, malaria and anaemia in the children of two Yoruba villages. Nigerian Journal of Science 3(2): 121-130

Hookworms in cats and dogs in Queensland. Australian Veterinary Journal 49(2): 110-110

Hookworms in pet animals in the Midwest - diseases and prophylaxis. Missouri Veterinarian 24(1): 15-16, 18-19

Hookworms of domestic swine in Georgia. Bulletin of the Georgia Academy of Science 32(1/2): 3

Hop. Crops and Soils 27: 22

Hop breeding with crossing. Bioloski Vestnik 19: 41-60

Hop drying - unique problems and some solutions. Journal of Agricultural Engineering Research 17(3): 281-287

Hop growing in the German Federal Republic. Hopfen Rundschau 24(15): 286-296

Hop maturation and resin formation: field trials. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 25(9): 1121-1133

Hop powdery mildew can be controlled by less inoculum and increased aftercare. Grower 79(16): 958, 960

Hop review 1973. Hop review 1973: 50

Hop storage. Annual report 1973, Wye College Department of Hop Research: 41-46

Hop varieties in Germany. Hopfen Rundschau 22(23-24): 463-467

Hop wilt and its control. Hopfen Rundschau 23(2;3): 19-25; 40-43

Hopes for root fly resistance in brassicas and carrots. Commercial Grower (3992): 22-23

Hophornbeam copperleaf and its control in peanuts. Proceedings 26th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 123

Hoplolaimus aegypti n.sp. (Hoplolaimidae: Tylenchida, Nematoda) from U.A.R. Bulletin, Zoological Society of Egypt1969 1970; (22): 117-120

Hoplolaimus seinhorsti, an endoparasitic nematode of cowpea in Nigeria. Plant Disease Reporter 57(9): 798-799

Hoplopleura intermedia Kellogg and Ferris and its allies, with the description of a new species (Anoplura: Hoplopleuridae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 74(3): 330-337

Hops. An Foras Taluntais: Irish Re ic, An Foras Taluntais: Research report, 1972 Horticulture: 105

Hops 1965-1969 (with supplement for 1970). Pesticide Usage Survey Report, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1): 12

Hops 1970-1972. Pesticide Usage Survey Report (5): 7

Hops 1970-1972; by R.A. Umpelby and J.M.A. Sly. Hops 1970-1972; by RA Umpelby and JMA Sly (Pesticide usage survey report 5): 7

Hops and hop products - the present position. Brewer 61(723): 12-16

Hops: summary of research in 1969 and 1970. Hop: Overzicht van de opsoekingen in 1969 en 1970: 161

Hordeum X Agropyrum hybrids. Hereditas 78(2): 291-294

Hordeum vulgare ssp. disticum (var. Bomi) X Triticum aestivum (var. Koga). An F1 hybrid with generative seed formation. Hereditas 78(2): 319

Horizon thickness relationships in illuviation processes. Transactions, 10th International Congress of Soil Science, VI I: 212-218

Horizontal and vertical dispersal of California red scale, Aonidiella aurantii (Mask.), (Homoptera: Diaspididae) in the field. Australian Journal of Zoology 22(4): 531-548

Horizontal and vertical integration in the development of Rumanian agriculture. Berichte uber Landwirtschaft 51(2): 352-395

Horizontal and vertical movements of phlebotomine sandflies in a Panamanian rain forest. Journal of Medical Entomology 11(3): 369-375

Horizontal distribution of roots of Picea abies. Casopis Slezskeho Muzea, C (1): 19-23

Horizontal infiltration into layered soils. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings 36(6): 858-863

Horizontal infiltration of water in soils: a theoretical interpretation of recent experiments. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings 37(2): 329-330

Horizontal integration in crop production. Kozgazdasagi Szemle 22(1): 148-152

Horizontal migration of the tulip race of stem nematode Ditylenchus dipsaci (Kuehn) from artificially infected tulip bulbs planted on a sandy and a heavy clay soil. Acta Horticulturae 2(23): 263-266

Horizontal planting of Green Ash cuttings looks promising. USDA Forest Service Research Note, Southern Forest Experiment Station (SO-147): 3

Horizontal planting of Sycamore cuttings. Tree Planters' Notes 23(2): 5-7

Horizontal resistance in cacao to Phytophthora sp. Methods of early evaluation. Cafe Cacao The 19(2): 123-136

Horizontal resistance of Red Rustproof oats to crown rust. Phytopathology 62(4): 414-417

Horizontal resistance to diseases and genetic diversity in the improvement of the bean in Brazil. Revista Ceres 19(104): 261-279

Horizontal resistance to leaf rust (Hemileia vastatrix) in Coffea cultivars. Ciencia e Cultura 26, Suppl.: 241, 277, 565

Horizontal resistance to rust diseases. Nordisk Jordbrugsforskning 56(1): 21-23

Horizontal soil-water intake through a thin zone of reduced permeability. Journal of Hydrology 19(1): 71-89

Horizontal transmission of leukemia virus and leukemia in the cat. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 51(3): 833-841

Horizontal transmission of turkey herpesvirus to chickens. 1. Preliminary observation. Poultry Science 50(3): 881-887

Horizontal transmission of turkey herpesvirus to chickens. 2. Some factors affecting transmission. Poultry Science 52(2): 608-613

Horizontal transmission of turkey herpesvirus to chickens. IV. Viral maturation in the feather follicle epithelium. Avian Diseases 19(1): 136-141

Hormonal and dietary adaptation of rat pancreatic hydrolases before and after weaning. American Journal of Physiology 226(1): 39-44

Hormonal and endocrine adaptation to stress conditions in pigs. Acta Zootechnica, Nitra 29: 31-63

Hormonal and genetic factors in the different behaviour of the sexes in terms of the effect of lipids on carbohydrate metabolism. Bulletin de l' Academie Nationale de Medecine 158(5): 378-383

Hormonal and inorganic iodine, enzymes and haematocrit in blood of horses fed with fodder yeast and vitamins. Poljoprivredna Znanstvena Smotra 29: 835-843

Hormonal and metabolic variations induced by training in trotting horses. Nuova Veterinaria 48(6): 332-346

Hormonal and nutritional interrelationships and their effects on skeletal muscle. Journal of Animal Science 38(5): 1142-1149

Hormonal aspects of fruit production. Acta Horticulturae (34): 23-32

Hormonal aspects of seed dormancy in yellow foxtail. Weed Science 20(5): 472-477

Hormonal changes in the stem apex of the cauliflower plant in relation to curd development. Journal of Horticultural Science 47(4): 449-455

Hormonal changes of peach leaves infected with Taphrina deformans. Botanikai Kozlemenyek 61(2): 81-86

Hormonal control and herbicidal influence on dipeptidase synthesis in squash cotyledons. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 34(7): 3450-3451

Hormonal control of behavior in the Japanese quail. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology 81(1): 27-36

Hormonal control of boll shedding in cotton. Acta Botanica Sinica 16(2): 124-131

Hormonal control of changes in the direction of uterine contractions in the estrous ewe. Biology of Reproduction 12(3): 423-430

Hormonal control of cuticle coloration in the tobacco hornworm, Manduca sexta: basis of an ultrasensitive bioassay for juvenile hormone. Journal of Insect Physiology 19(1): 195-203

Hormonal control of differentiation of shoots, roots and embryos in leaf and stem cultures of Petunia inflata and Petunia hybrida. Physiologia Plantarum 28(3): 458-463

Hormonal control of events associated with chloroplasts in citrus fruit peel. Israel Journal of Botany 21(2): 122

Hormonal control of gene activity in polytene chromosomes. General and Comparative Endocrinology (Suppl. 3): 159-167

Hormonal control of growth and lignification in Aspen cultures in relation to peroxidase level and isoenzyme expression. Plant Physiology 49(Supplement): 32

Hormonal control of isoperoxidases in lentil embryonic axis. Plant Physiology 51(1): 146-149

Hormonal control of larval sensitivity to a nuclear-polyhedrosis virus in Noctuids. Applied Entomology and Zoology 8(1): 44-46

Hormonal control of lipogenesis: the induction of milk-fat synthesis in tissue explants of mammary gland. Biochemical Society Transactions 2(6): 1205-1208

Hormonal control of male accessory gland development in the cockroach, Periplaneta americana (L.). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Ontario 1973; 103: 97-103

Hormonal control of maternal behavior in the rat: organizational and activational aspects. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 36(2): 537

Hormonal control of nuclease level in Avena leaf tissues. Symposia Biologica Hungarica 13: 293-297

Hormonal control of nuclease level in excised Avena leaf tissues. Journal of Experimental Botany 23(74): 37-44

Hormonal control of nucleases in plants. Acta Botanica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 20(1/2): 31-35

Hormonal control of orthophosphate incorporation into phospholipids of barley aleurone layers. Plant Physiology 52(3): 208-214

Hormonal control of ovoimplantation. Vitamins and Hormones 31: 201-256

Hormonal control of phospholipid synthesis in barley aleurone layers. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 33(9): 4130-4131

Hormonal control of photoperiodically induced fat deposition in white-crowned sparrows. General and Comparative Endocrinology 19(2): 355-362

Hormonal control of polyribosome formation in barley aleurone layers. Plant Physiology 49(3): 348-352

Hormonal control of precursor pools, ribonucleic acid synthesis, and cellular morphology in mammary tissue pieces during lactogenesis. Journal of Dairy Science 56(4): 436-445

Hormonal control of protein granule accumulation in fat bodies of Drosophila melangoster larvae. Journal of Insect Physiology 18(10): 1885-1899

Hormonal control of receptivity in female quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica). Hormones and Behaviour 4(1-2): 61-72

Hormonal control of reproduction in cattle. Proceedings of the British Society of Animal Production 4(New Series): 71-78

Hormonal control of reproduction in sheep. Proceedings of the British Society of Animal Production 4(New Series): 79-93

Hormonal control of resilin deposition in the blowfly, Calliphora erythrocephala. Journal of Insect Physiology 20(6): 935-946

Hormonal control of sexual behaviour in the female rabbit. Advances in Reproductive Physiology 6(0): 185-219

Hormonal control of spontaneous activity during the estrous cycle of the rat. Psychological Reports 30(3): 983-988

Hormonal control of sterol biosynthesis in Phaseolus aureus. Phytochemistry 13(6): 919-922

Hormonal control of tanning by the American cockroach: cyclic AMP as a probable intermediate. Journal of Insect Physiology 20(3): 623-627

Hormonal control of tanning by the American cockroach: probable bursicon mediated translocation of protein-bound phenols. Journal of Insect Physiology 18(3): 465-469

Hormonal control of the equine reproductive cycle: temporal relationship of luteinizing hormone and estradiol as studied by radioimmunoassay. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 35(8): 4276-4277

Hormonal control of the formation of callus, buds, roots and embryos in leaf and stem explants of petunia grown in vitro. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Seances de l' Academie des Sciences, D 275(25): 2861-2863

Hormonal control of the synthesis and secretion of a soluble adenyl cyclase from barley aleurone layers. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 32(2): 770

Hormonal control of weed seed germination. Weed Science 20(3): 209-212

Hormonal control of xylogenesis in pith parenchyma explants of Lactuca. Annals of Botany 37(150): 375-382

Hormonal dependence of folic acid protein binding in human serum. International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research. Internationale Zeitschrift für Vitamin- und Ernahrungsforschung. Journal International de Vitaminologie et de Nutrition 44(1): 81-94

Hormonal development of udder and induction of lactation in sterile Hariana cattle. Indian Journal of Animal Production 3(2): 78-84

Hormonal effects on the washing response of corn root tissue. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 34(2): 540

Hormonal factors in the CNS and hemolymph of pupariating fly larvae which accelerate puparium formation and tanning. Biological Bulletin 143(1): 127-139

Hormonal factors influencing salt appetite in pregnancy. Endocrinology 93(2): 423-429

Hormonal function controlling pigmentation of the integument in the common armyworm larva, Leucania separata Walker. Applied Entomology and Zoology 7(4): 239-242

Hormonal implantation in young cattle grazing on improved savanna. Agronomia Tropical, Venezuela 24(6): 471-476

Hormonal induction of lactation in cows with chronic reproductive problems. Boletim de Industria Animal 31(1): 81-90

Hormonal induction of lactation in the bovine: mammary gland histology and milk composition. Journal of Dairy Science 57(11): 1334-1340

Hormonal induction of secondary abscission in apple and pear pedicels in vitro. La chute des fruits et sa regulation Seminaires d' horticulture scientifique, Gembloux, Belgium: 13

Hormonal induction of supernumerary instars in the spruce budworm, Choristoneura fumiferana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae). Canadian Entomologist 105(3): 459-461

Hormonal induction of superovulatory oestrus in early post-partum indigenous and cross-bred ewes. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 41(10): 977-979

Hormonal influences on the time of ovulation in the rabbit as determined by laparoscopy. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 38(1): 97-103

Hormonal influences upon ethylene glycol poisoning. Archives of Environmental Health 23(1): 13-17

Hormonal interactions at the molecular level. A study of oxytocin and vasopressin binding to bovine neurophysins. European Journal of Biochemistry 32(2): 207-214

Hormonal interactions between root and shoot: the root as site of hormone synthesis. Second international symposium Ecology and physiology of root growth Organized by the Physiology Section of the Biological Association of the German Democratic Re ic: 17-23

Hormonal modification of plant response to water stress. Australian Journal of Biological Sciences 25(3): 437-442

Hormonal preparations used in the prevention of early embryonic mortality. Svinovodstvo (9): 36-37

Hormonal properties of vitamin E and its synergism with gonadal hormones. Qualitas Plantarum et Materiae Vegetabiles 22(1): 91-98

Hormonal regulation in plant growth and development. Proceedings of the Advanced Study Institute, Izmir 1971. Hormonal regulation in plant growth and development Proceedings of the Advanced Study Institute, Izmir 1971: 524

Hormonal regulation of apical dominance in soybean plants. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 32(8): 4442

Hormonal regulation of cormel dormancy in Gladiolus grandiflorus. Journal of Experimental Botany 24(80): 558-566

Hormonal regulation of cormel formation in Gladiolus stolons grown in vitro. Annals of Botany 37(149): 219-224

Hormonal regulation of disaggregation of cellular fragments in the haemolymph of Lucilia cuprina. Journal of Insect Physiology 19(1): 125-135

Hormonal regulation of gene expression in mammary cells. Recent Progress in Hormone Research 29: 417-455

Hormonal regulation of germination and early seedling development in Acer pseudoplatanus (L.). Planta 104(2): 134-145

Hormonal regulation of glutamine metabolism in fasting man. Advances in Enzyme Regulation 10: 145-151

Hormonal regulation of growth in unfertilized cotton ovules. Science 179(4077): 1003-1005

Hormonal regulation of leaf senescence. Landbouwkundig Tijdschrift 84(5): 153-158

Hormonal regulation of lipid synthesis by mouse mammary gland in vitro. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 34(12): 6270

Hormonal regulation of lobulo-alveolar growth, functional differentiation and regression of whole mouse mammary gland in organ culture. Journal of Endocrinology 65(1): 1-6

Hormonal regulation of mammary gland development and lactogenesis in goats. Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Nauchno issledovatel' skogo Instituta Fiziologii i Biokhimii Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Zhivotnykh 4(2): 24-27

Hormonal regulation of mango malformation. Current Science 43(21): 694-695

Hormonal regulation of metabolism in insects. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen Rijksuniversiteit Gent 36(3): 848-857

Hormonal regulation of milk protein biosynthesis. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya 7(6): 917-929

Hormonal regulation of morphogenesis and cold-resistance. 1. Modifications by abscisic acid and by gibberellic acid in alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) seedlings. Journal of Experimental Botany 26(91): 175-183

Hormonal regulation of photosynthesis. Voprosy regulyatsii fotosinteza No3: 45-57

Hormonal regulation of physiological leaf spot and premature leaf abscission in 'Golden Delicious' apple trees. Scientia Horticulturae 3(3): 285-292

Hormonal regulation of physiological processes in isolated pumpkin cotyledons. Fiziologiya Rastenii 19(5): 1023-1033

Hormonal regulation of porcine uterine protein secretion. Journal of Animal Science 36(3): 546-553

Hormonal regulation of protein biosynthesis on mammary gland polyribosomes. Journal of Cell Biology 55(2, II): 14A

Hormonal regulation of proteins in the uterine secretion of ovariectomized rats and the implications for implantation and embryonic diapause. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 43(3): 411-417

Hormonal regulation of rapidly labeled RNA in normal preneoplastic and neoplastic tissues of mouse mammary gland. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 51(3): 843-849

Hormonal regulation of reproduction in insects. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen Rijksuniversiteit Gent 36(3): 858-865

Hormonal regulation of the distribution of 14C-labelled assimilates in the flowering shoot of carnation. Annals of Botany 36(145): 353-361

Hormonal regulation of thermogenesis in the new-born pig. The effect of ambient temperature on urinary catecholamine excretion. Biology of the Neonate 21(3): 245-258

Hormonal regulation of transcriptional and translational processes during normal and neoplastic development of mouse mammary gland. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 34(1): 462

Hormonal requirement for implantation and embryonic development in the ferret. Biology of Reproduction 9(4): 350-355

Hormonal requirements for implantation and pregnancy in the ovariectomized rabbit. Australian Journal of Biological Sciences 27(3): 275-283

Hormonal requirements for lactogenesis in the guineapig. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 11(4): 274-276

Hormonal requirements of various strains of mouse mammary gland in organ culture. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 48(4): 1107-1110

Hormonal rupture of larval diapause in the tick rhipicephalus sanguineus (Lat.). Experientia 28(6): 666-667

Hormonal stimulation and puberty in sheep. Acta Medica Veterinaria 20(5/6): 397-407

Hormonal stimulation of lipid transport in the American cockroach, Periplaneta americana. General and Comparative Endocrinology 19(2): 259-265

Hormonal stimulation of ovulation in artificially inseminated rabbits. Konf molodykh uchenykh po zverovodstvu i krolikovodstvu Vyp 1: 98-103

Hormonal stimulation of precocious mating in male rats without antecedent effects on sexual clasping or ambulation. Physiology and Behavior 10(1): 137-140

Hormonal stimulation of reproductive function of pigs on commercial complexes. Trudy Vsesoyuznyi Nauchno Issledovatel' skii Institut Zhivotnovodstva 35: 221-228, 262

Hormonal stimulation of the pig ovary at the time of sexual maturity. Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin, A 18(4): 277-288

Hormonal stimulation of the reproductive system in caged sables. Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Akademii Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk (10): 29-30

Hormonal synchronisation in animal production. Actualidades Veterinarias 11(9): 6-11

Hormonal treatment of mink. Deutsche Pelztierzuchter 48(11): 185-192

Hormonal treatment of pineapple setts. Proceedings of the Tropical Region, American Society for Horticultural Science 13(7): 62-69

Hormonal treatments in anoestrus Murrah buffaloes and heifers. Haryana Agricultural Univeristy Journal of Research 1(2): 93-97

Hormonal variations in the blood of buffaloes and cows during postpartum period: gonadotrophic, thyrotrophic and adrenocorticotrophic hormones. Journal of Animal Morphology and Physiology 20(1): 49-54

Hormonally Induced Changes in the Stem and Petiole Anatomy and Cellulase Enzyme Patterns in Phaseolus vulgaris L. Plant Physiology 52(6): 554-560

Hormone activity in species of potato and other plants under different photoperiods and temperature. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 53(1): 132-147

Hormone and endocrine mechanisms controlling the sexual activity of Locusta migratoria (Orthoptera). Archives de Zoologie Experimentale et Generale 112: 635-648

Hormone and histological differences between normal and maleic hydrazide treated onions stored over winter. Acta Horticulturae (38): 95-125

Hormone effects in vitro on follicle growth in infantile mouse ovaries. The development and maturation of the ovary and its functions Proceedings of the Workshop, Copenhagen, 3-5 July 1972: 29-37

Hormone effects on primary cell cultures of mouse mammary gland. Experimental Cell Research 73(2): 516-519

Hormone fuel interrelationships during alcohol hypoglycemia in man. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 141(2): 540-542

Hormone induced lactation in the bovine. I. Lactational performance following injections of 17- beta -estradiol and progesterone. Journal of Dairy Science 56(6): 738-743

Hormone induced lactation in the bovine. II. Response of nulligravida heifers to modified estrogen-progesterone treatment. Journal of Dairy Science 57(3): 296-303

Hormone physiology of onion bulbs during dormancy. Experimental Horticulture (23): 48-51

Hormone release evoked by electrical stimulation of rat neurohypophyses in the absence of action potentials. Brain Research 45(2): 604-607

Hormone requirement for growth and differentiation of the human mammary gland in organ culture. Cancer Research 32(10): 2190-2196

Hormone secretion by cells dissociated from rat anterior pituitaries. Journal of Cell Biology 59(2 Pt 1): 276-303

Hormone spray technique for the control of mistletoe. Technical Publication, Forestry Commission of New South Wales (16): 4

Hormone storage and release in the rat neural lobe - a quantitative ultrastructural study. Journal of Physiology 245(2): 44P-45P

Hormone studies on ewes grazing an oestrogenic (Yarloop clover) pasture during the reproductive cycle. Australian Journal of Biological Sciences 28(3): 279-290

Hormone test for pregnancy in sows. Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 81(5): 108-111

Hormone-dependent accumulation of rough endoplasmic reticulum in mouse mammary epithelial cells in vitro. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 48(4): 1225-1230

Hormone-dependent phosphorylation of ribosomal and plasma membrane proteins in mouse mammary gland in vitro. Journal of Biological Chemistry 247(22): 7207-7217

Hormone-directed transport of assimilates in barley. Angewandte Botanik 48(5/6): 331-338

Hormone-elicited enzyme release by the small intestinal wall. Gut 13(6): 471-476

Hormone-independent DNA synthesis by epithelial cells of adult human mammary gland in organ culture. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 143(2): 371-374

Hormone-induced endoreduplication prior to mitosis in cultured pea root cortex cells. American Journal of Botany 60(4): 293-299

Hormone-induced reversal of color change and related respiratory effects in ripening apricot fruits. Physiologia Plantarum 32(2): 161-165

Hormone-like herbicides in weed control. Economic Botany 25(4): 385-400

Hormone-solute interactions in the lettuce hypocotyl hook. Plant Physiology 54(3): 289-293

Hormones and excretion in locusts. General and Comparative Endocrinology (Suppl. 3): 289-298

Hormones and propagation. Combined Proceedings of the International Plant Propagators' Society, 1973 23: 212-219

Hormones and seed dormancy. Seed Science and Technology 1(2): 325-338

Hormones and the control of metabolism in insects. General and Comparative Endocrinology (Suppl. 3): 174-183

Hormones and the shedding of leaves and bolls. Cotton Growing Review 51(4): 256-265

Hormones for control of livestock arthropods: evaluation of two juvenile hormone analogues applied to breeding materials in small plot tests in Nebraska and Florida for control of the stable fly. Environmental Entomology 2(1): 69-72

Hormones for the control of livestock arthropods. Effectiveness of three juvenile hormone analogues for control of stable flies. Journal of Economic Entomology 65(5): 1361-1364

Hormones for the control of livestock arthropods. Effects of 2 juvenile hormone analogues against the screwworm Cochliomyia hominivorax (Coquerel), in vitro and in infested bovine hosts. Journal of Medical Entomology 11(4): 385-389

Hormones in bulls. Proceedings of the Fifth Technical Conference on Artificial Insemination and Reproduction, Chicago, February 15-16, 1974: 31-36

Hormones in canine gynecology, a review. Theriogenology 3(4): 152-165

Hormones in the phloem of higher plants. Prace Instytutu Sadownictwa, E (3): 17-30

Hormones influencing intensity of milk secretion in the rat. Research Bulletin, Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Missouri (982): 30

Hormones, the environment, and development in nematodes. , Comparative biochemistry of parasites: 81-94

Horn flies and stable flies: feeding activity. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 67(6): 891-894

Horn flies and stable flies: free-choice feeding of methoprene mineral blocks to cattle for control. Journal of Economic Entomology 67(3): 384-386

Horn flies, stable flies, and house flies: development in feces of bovines treated orally with juvenile hormone analogues. Journal of Economic Entomology 66(5): 1099-1102

Horn flies: emergence, survival, and sterility after 60Co irradiation of pupae. Journal of Economic Entomology 67(3): 381-383

Horn fly: preliminary evaluation of media for rearing larvae. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 66(2): 352-354

Horn fly: use of insecticides to disrupt life cycle. Journal of Economic Entomology 66(5): 1239-1240

Horner's syndrome following common carotid artery catheterization in cats. Journal of Small Animal Practice 13(10): 595-599

Horns as indicators of age in goats (Capra hircus L.). New Zealand Journal of Science 15(2): 255-263

Horny mites (Oribatei) of the vertical zones of south Sakhalin. Pedobiologia 12(6): 424-429

Horse bean. Centre de Recherches Agronomiques de l' Etat Gembloux: Annual report of the Gembloux State Agricultural Research Centre 1971: 171

Horse beans for dairy cows. Beretning fra Forsoegslaboratoriet (396): 32

Horse beans for harvesting green. Meddelelse, Statens Forsoegsvirksomhed i Plantekultur 76(1139): 4

Horse blood typing comparison test 1973. Animal Blood Groups and Biochemical Genetics 5(3): 195-196

Horse bot-fly (Gasterophilus intestinalis) eggs laid on human hair. Medical Journal of Australia 2(11): 609-611

Horse bots. How to control them. Leaflet, United States Department of Agriculture (450): 7

Horse breeding and production (in Austria). Forderungsdienst 20(7): 227-230

Horse breeding and racing. Konnozavodstvo i konnyi sport: 319

Horse breeding by running mares with the stallion. Japanese Journal of Animal Reproduction 18(3): 81-86

Horse breeding in the Ruse region. Zhivotnov"dstvo 26(10): 36-37

Horse breeding is still increasing. Tierzuchter 26(11): 522

Horse breeding. A textbook for zootechnical faculties of agricultural universities. Konevodstvo Uchebnik dlya zootekhn fak sel' khoz vuzov: 312

Horse flies (Diptera: Tabanidae) in the Gila National Forest, New Mexico. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 66(2): 465-468

Horse flies and Elaeophora schneideri in the Gila National Forest, New Mexico. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 9(1): 21-25

Horse hydatidosis in slaughterhouses in Santiago. Boletin Chileno de Parasitologia 26(3/4): 115-116

Horse strongyles' tolerance to anthelmintics. Veterinary Record 95(22): 517-518

Horse-flies of Arizona. II. Notes on and keys to the adult Tabanidae of Arizona, subfamilies Pangoniinae and Chrysopsinae (Diptera). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 76(3): 247-269

Horse-riding in the forest. Allgemeine Forstzeitung 85(3): 57-58

Horsebean as protein supplement in breadmaking. 1. Isolation of horsebean protein and its amino acid composition. Cereal Chemistry 51(5): 693-701

Horsebeans - a protein crop for western Canada?. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 52(4): 657-659

Horse-Breeding. Science 6(146): 447-447

Horsenettle in western Georgia and ways of controlling it. Subtropicheskie Kul' tury (4): 119-123

Horseradish. German Federal Re ic, Biologische Bundesanstalt fur Land und Forstwirtschaft: Annual report of the German Plant Protection Service: 1972; 340

Horses and horsemanship. Produccion equina: xxvii + 471

Horses of the World. Horses of the World (3rd edition): 272

Horses win, tractors lose. Soil Conservation 38(11): 252-253

Horticultural crops as sources of proteins and amino acids. HortScience 7(2): 149-151

Horticultural demonstration and training centre, Malta. Fruit and table grape production; based on the work of G. B. Mazzocchi. Technical Report, United Nations Development Programme (2): vi+55

Horticultural demonstration and training centre. Malta. Production and distribution of horticultural and field crops. Report prepared for the government of Malta; based on the work of D. Link. Technical Report, UNDP/FAO AGP: SF/MAT 3 (3): viii+121

Horticultural marketing. Revista de Horticultura si Viticultura (9): 19-22

Horticultural problems of the Northern Caucasus. Problemy sadovodstva Severnogo Kavkaza: 302

Horticultural produce and mechanization. Jardins et Logis 34(7): 10-15

Horticultural production and the process of distribution. Italia Agricola 112(2): 63-79

Horticultural production in the member countries of the Council for Mutual Economic Aid. Kertgazdasag 6(2): 13-28

Horticultural research international. Directory of horticultural research institutes and their activities in 54 countries. Horticultural research international Directory of horticultural research institutes and their activities in 54 countries (Ed. 2): 537

Horticultural research reports for 1972 of the experiment stations and demonstration farms of the Rhineland Department of Agriculture. Gartenbauliche Versuchsberichte 1972 der Versuchsanstalten und Beispielsbetriebe fur Gartenbau: 321

Horticultural science. Horticultural science (Ed. 2): x + 586

Horticultural service businesses: dollar volumes and state rankings. [Publication] Economic Research Service, US Department of Agriculture (ERS-526): 9

Horticultural shading materials. A comparison of five materials in regards to temperature and humidity retention and physical attributes. Ohio Florists' Association Bulletin (525): 6-9

Horticultural year book 1971. Arbog for gartneri 1971: ; 109

Horticultural year book 1972. Arbog for gartneri 1972: 106

Horticultural, economic and other characteristics of some species of Tamarix in Yugoslavia. Sumarski List 98(3/4): 102-106

Horticulture - Glasshouse and related nursery crops. Reports on the Progress of Applied Chemistry 57: 390-399

Horticulture and the Common Market. Quarterly Review, National Westminster Bank (November): 51-58

Horticulture and the EEC. Horticulture and the EEC: 9

Horticulture in greenhouses: spearhead of an industrial revolution in horticulture. Annual Journal, Royal New Zealand Institute of Horticulture (2): 72-77

Horticulture in the Isles of Scilly. Land 1(1): 75-77

Horticulture international. Contributions on the economic geography of horticulture. Part 1. Europe I. Western and southern Europe. Gartenbau international Beitrage zur Wirtschaftsgeographie des Gartenbaues Teil 1 Europa I West und Sudeuropa: 125

Horticulture international. Contributions on the economic geography of horticulture. Part 3. North, central and south America. Gartenbau international Beitrage zur Wirtschaftsgeographie des Gartenbaues Teil 3 Nord , Mittel und Sudamerika: 133

Horticulture international. Contributions on the economic geography of horticulture. Part 4. Africa, Asia, Australia and Oceania. Gartenbau international Beitrage zur Wirtschaftsgeographie des Gartenbaues Teil 4 Afrika, Asien, Australien und Ozeanien: 185

Horticulture research report 1972. Horticulture research report 1972: 105

Horticulture under glass. Economic Quarterly Review (38): 19-24

Horticulture. Research report 1971. Horticulture Research report 1971: 116

Horticulturist studies direct rooting of poinsettias. MAFES Research Highlights 36(6): 4

Hoskins development: the role of oil palm and timber. New Guinea Research Bulletin, Australian National University (49): xii+183

Host acceptance and oviposition behavior of the parasitoid Campoletis sonorensis (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 67(2): 271-274

Host age dependency of regression of Rous sarcomas of chickens. Cancer Research 33(12): 3310-3311

Host and distribution lists of mites (Acari), parasitic and phoretic, in the hair of wild mammals of North America, north of Mexico. American Midland Naturalist 91(1): 1-67

Host and environmental effects on post-penetration development of Puccinia graminis avenae and P. coronata avenae. Annals of Applied Biology 81(1): 33-41

Host and nonhost effects on soil populations of Phytophthora parasitica var. nicotianae. Phytopathology 64(5): 718-720

Host and seasonal associations of Acanthocephalus parksidei Amin, 1974 (Acanthocephala: Echinorhynchidae) in Wisconsin fishes. Journal of Parasitology 61(2): 318-329

Host and tick relationships: a review. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 9(1): 74-84

Host antigens and the immune response in schistosomiasis. Parasites in the immunized host: mechanisms of survival Ciba Foundation Symposium 25 new series, London, 13-15 Nov 1973: 161-176

Host antigens on Schistosoma mansoni. Parassitologia 14(1): 73-79

Host cell protein synthesis after infection with bluetongue virus and reovirus. Virology 46(2): 500-503

Host cell range and growth characteristics of bovine parvoviruses. Infection and Immunity 7(3): 398-402

Host cell range of chlamydial infection in the neonatal bovine gut. Journal of Comparative Pathology 83(1): 107-114

Host characteristics in pure Schistosoma haematobium of upper Egypt relative to irrigation systems. International Congress on Tropical Medicine and Malaria 9th, Athens, 14-21 October, 1973 Volume II Abstracts of communications: 80

Host defense mechanisms against infectious bovine rhinotracheitis virus: in vitro stimulation of sensitized lymphocytes by virus antigen. Infection and Immunity 10(4): 681-687

Host defenses during primary Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus infection in mice. I. Passive transfer of protection with immune serum and immune cells. Journal of Immunology 110(5): 1345-1353

Host defenses during primary Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus infection in mice. II. In vitro methods for the measurement and qualitation of the immune response. Journal of Immunology 110(5): 1354-1362

Host dietary changes and the hindgut fauna of cockroaches. International Journal for Parasitology 4(6): 645-656

Host feeding patterns of Florida mosquitoes. IV. Deinocerites. Journal of Medical Entomology 11(1): 105-107

Host finding behavior of Coeloides brunneri (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). Canadian Entomologist 104(8): 1235-1250

Host finding by heat perception in Coeloides brunneri (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). Canadian Entomologist 104(12): 1877-1881

Host fungus index for the Pacific Northwest. I. Hosts. Bulletin, Washington Agricultural Experimental Station (765): 121

Host fungus index for the Pacific Northwest. II. Fungi. Bulletin, Washington Agricultural Experiment Station (766): 162

Host gene control of endogenous avian leukosis virus production. Virology 57(1): 128-138

Host hemolymph chemicals that induce oviposition in the parasite Itoplectis conquisitor (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae). Canadian Entomologist 105(5): 787-793

Host hormones and insect parasites. Maramorosch, K; Shope, RE Editors Invertebrate immunity Mechanisms of invertebrate vector parasite relations: 339-353

Host index to the Second Supplement of the Synoptic Catalog for the Hymenoptera of America North of Mexico. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America 20(4): 285-292

Host induced effects on the vulval flap of Ostertagia ostertagi. International Journal for Parasitology 2(3): 305-317

Host influence of the bionomics of Trichogramma minutum. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 66(5): 1155-1162

Host influence on the development of the melon fly, Dacus cucurbitae Coquillett. Indian Journal of Entomology 32(4): 381-383

Host influence on the laboratory production of the parasitoid, Microctonus aethiops (Nees). Environmental Entomology 2(6): 971-975

Host life-cycle and adaptation of parasites of Periphyllus-aphids (Homoptera, Chaitophoridae; Hymenoptera, Aphidiidae). Acta Entomologica Bohemoslovaca 69(2): 89-96

Host life-cycle and adaptation of parasites of the sycamore aphid, Drepanosiphum platanoidis (Schrk.) in central Europe. Acta Entomologica Bohemoslovaca 67(6): 351-359

Host lists of Kenya fungi and bacteria (A ten-year supplement 1961-1970). East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal 38(Special Issue): 31

Host location behaviour of Stomoxys calcitrans. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 16(2): 275-290

Host marking: source of a substance that results in host discrimination in insect parasitoids. Entomophaga 17(2): 241-245

Host nutrition in relation to Rhizoctania solani Kuhn and Fusarium solani (Mart.) Sny. et Hans. root rots of broadbean. Phytopathologia Mediterranea 9(1): 13-21

Host parasite relation in Dendrophthoe falcata infection. Indian Phytopathology 26(1): 148-152

Host parasite relationship of Orobanche species. Symposium on Parasitic Weeds, Malta, 1973: 167-176

Host parasite relationships in Syngamus trachea infection in birds. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 69(1): 15

Host parasite relationships of potato cyst-nematodes: a speculation arising from the gene for gene hypothesis. Nematologica ubl 1975; 20(4): 437-443

Host plant and morphological variation of Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) in Taiwan. Plant Protection Bulletin, Taiwan 11(1): 23-32

Host plant nutritive value and variable number of instars in a sawfly, Diprion similis. Israel Journal of Entomology 7: 63-72

Host plant preferences of Lygus bugs in alfalfa-interplanted cotton fields. Environmental Entomology 3(5): 761-766

Host plant resistance to pea weevil (Bruchus pisorum L.). Agronomy Abstracts: 11

Host plant specificity of a native cv. of Stylosanthes gracilis in symbiosis with Rhizobium sp. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira, Zootecnia 7: 1-5

Host plant stimuli affecting oviposition behavior of the eastern spruce budworm. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 17(2): 176-188

Host plant studies of the corn planthopper, Peregrinus maidis (Ashmead), in Hawaii. Proceedings of the Hawaiian Entomological Society 1971; 21(1): 105-108

Host plant-pest relationships of the shot-hole borer of tea (Xyleborus fornicatus) (Coleoptera:Scolytidae). Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 16(3): 305-312

Host plants and host preference of lemon butterfly, Papilio demoleus Linn. caterpillars. Pakistan Journal of Zoology 4(2): 231-232

Host plants and seasonal cycle of a leafhopper Fieberiella florii in western Oregon. Journal of Economic Entomology 67(2): 299-300

Host plants for the coffee root-knot nematode Meloidogyne exigua. Ciencia e Cultura 24(7): 658-660

Host plants of Toxoptera aurantii at the Los Angeles State and County Arboretum, Arcadia, California (Homoptera: Aphididae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 73(3): 324-326

Host plants of aphids collected at the Los Angeles State and County Arboretum during 1966 and 1967 (Homoptera: Aphididae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 74(1): 95-120

Host plants of pea enation mosaic virus. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 79(11/12): 686-693

Host plants of the pathogen of brown rust of rye in the European part of the USSR. Mikologiya i Fitopatologiya 9(1): 42-45

Host plants of the stem eelworm Ditylenchus dipsaci Kuhn. Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych (154): 183-189

Host plants of the viruses and virus diseases of Europe. Nova Acta Leopoldina 36(Suppl.2): 262

Host plants of the yellow bean mosaic virus in Bulgaria. Rasteniev"dni Nauki 9(10): 123-140

Host plants of three Saturniids and the degree of defoliation they can cause to Pinus patula Schlechtd. & Cham. Phytophylactica 5(2): 65-70

Host plants of three polyphagous and widely distributed aphids in the Los Angeles State and County arboretum, Arcadia, California (Homoptera: Aphididae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 73(2): 120-131

Host plants of tulip stem eelworm (Ditylenchus dipsaci). Plant Pathology 21(3): 109-111

Host plants range and symptoms of dwarf wheat virus. Vedecke Prace Vyzkumnych Ustavu Rostlinne Vyroby Praha Ruzyne (Volume 17): 151-162

Host preference in Aedes (Stegomyia) mosquitoes in Uganda. II. Studies on indoor and outdoor biting and resting behaviour with special reference to Aedes aegypti L. Acta Tropica 31(2): 165-176

Host preference in Aedes simpsoni (Theo.) (Diptera, Culicidae) with special reference to the anthropophilic and non-anthropophilic forms in Uganda. Bulletin of Entomological Research 64(1): 129-139

Host preference of Siphonaptera on wild rodents in the South Indian plague focus. Indian Journal of Medical Research 59(11): 1808-1815

Host preference of greenhouse whitefly: effect of poinsettia cultivars. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 99(3): 260-262

Host preferences of Culicoides midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) in South Africa as determined by precipitin tests and light trap catches. Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research 39(3): 147-152

Host preferences of Deinocerites pseudes Dyar & Knab. Journal of Medical Entomology 10(2): 206-208

Host preferences of various strains of Aedes aegypti and A. simpsoni as determined by an olfactometer. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 47(5): 680-683

Host range and electron microscopy of burdock mottle virus, a rod-shaped virus from Arctium lappa L. Studies on the viruses of plants in Compositae in Japan. IV. Berichte des Ohara Instituts fur Landwirtschaftliche Biologie Okayama Universitat 15(4): 207-218

Host range and overwintering of Helminthosporium solani. ibid 49: 365

Host range and overwintering sources of bean leaf roll and pea enation mosaic viruses in England. Annals of Applied Biology 73(2): 177-187

Host range and persistence of Thielaviopsis basicola in tobacco soil. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 52(6): 869-873

Host range and phenology of development of Hyalomma anatolicum Koch in foci of Crimean haemorrhagic fever in Dangarin district of Tadzhikistan. Trudy Instituta Poliomielita i Virusnykh Entsefalitov, Akademiya Meditsinskikh Nauk SSSR 19: 204-209

Host range and physiologic specialization in Rhynchosporium secalis. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 25(1): 21-31

Host range and purification of the nucleic acid of a defective mutant of tobacco mosaic virus. Phytopathology 63(7): 906-910

Host range and some biological properties of virus isolates from Begonia tuberhybrida cv. Multiflora. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Gent 38(3): 1663-1675

Host range and some properties of Physalis mosaic virus, a new virus of the turnip yellow mosaic virus group. Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology 80(4): 124-132

Host range and symptoms in Western Australia of the gall rust, Uromycladium tepperianum. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 54(4): 114-118

Host range and thermal inactivation of a cowpea isolate of Sclerotium rolfsii. Nigerian Journal of Plant Protection 1(1): 23-28

Host range and varietal resistance of certain crucifers against Tylenchorhynchus brassicae. Indian Phytopathology 25(2): 275-281

Host range of Eucalypt mycorrhizal fungi. Australian Journal of Botany 21(1): 103-111

Host range of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum (Atk.). Egyptian Journal of Phytopathology 1974; 5: 37-42

Host range of Plasmodiophora brassicae Wor. Acta Agrobotanica 26(1): 53-61

Host range of Rhynchosporium secalis. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 60(3): 413-422

Host range of eggplant little leaf disease. Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences 7(4): 568-579

Host range of larvae of the northern corn rootworm: further studies. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 44(1): 50-52

Host range of parasites and ecosystem relations, a new viewpoint in multilateral control concept (Hom., Aphidadae; Hym., Aphidiidae). Annales de la Societe Entomologique de France 8(2): 351-358

Host range of races 20 and 77 of Puccinia recondita Rob. ex Desm. f. sp. tritici. Agricultural Research Review 49(3): 13-18

Host range of some eucalypt mycorrhizal fungi. Australian Journal of Botany 21(1): 103-111

Host range of the 'grass root-gall nematode', Datylenchus radicicola, and its distribution in Willamette Valley, Oregon. Plant Disease Reporter 57(12): 1021-1023

Host range of the Columbia lance nematode, Hoplolaimus columbus. Plant Disease Reporter 58(11): 1000-1002

Host range, purification and electron microscopy of soybean mosaic virus. Revista ICA 9(2): 159-182

Host reaction and some properties of a virus causing a yellow mosaic in wild bramble (Rubus sp.). Phytophylactica 6(4): 311-313

Host recognition by the gypsy moth larval parasitoid, Apanteles melanoscelus. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 67(4): 583-587

Host records of parasitic leaf nematodes. Indian Phytopathology 24(2): 413

Host relations and distribution of a physiological and pathological variant of Pseudomonas morsprunorum. Annals of Applied Biology 81(3): 317-330

Host relations and population changes of Ixodes trianguliceps (Acari) in northern Scandinavia. Oikos 25(3): 315-320

Host relations in Alternaria blight of potato: germination of spore. Journal of the Bihar Botanical Society 1(1/2): 22-26

Host relationships of the squash vine borer, Melittia cucurbitae with species of Cucurbita. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 66(2): 266-269

Host resistance and disease control in tomato. Proceedings of a Symposium on the protection of horticultural crops in the Caribbean held at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine, Trinidad, 8-11 April, 1974: 85-96

Host resistance factors in human milk. Journal of Pediatrics 82(6): 1082-1090

Host resistance in a natural host-parasite system. Resistance to Hymenolepis citelli by Peromyscus maniculatus. Journal of Parasitology 59(1): 117-121

Host resistance to the pear psylla in a Pyrus communis X P. ussuriensis hybrid. Environmental Entomology 2(5): 883-887

Host response differences among 5 avian species to an influenzavirus--A-turkey-Ontario-7732-66 (Hav5N?). Bulletin of the World Health Organization 47(4): 521-525

Host response in the white shrimp, Penaeus setiferus, to infection by the larval trypanorhynchid cestode, Prochristianella penaei. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 22(2): 213-219

Host response to East Coast Fever in Uganda. Host response to East Coast Fever in Uganda: 6

Host response to Hymenolepis nana infection in infant mice. Japanese Journal of Parasitology 23(1): 25-30

Host response to adult liver fluke Fasciola gigantica in peritoneal implants in rabbits. Bacteriological Proceedings 71(M256): p.107

Host response to experimentally induced infections of strongylus vulgaris in parasite-free and naturally infected ponies. American Journal of Veterinary Research 35(9): 1181-1188

Host response to five biotypes of Tylenchulus semipenetrans. Nematropica 5(2): 26

Host responses to infectious bovine rhinotracheitis virus. III. Isolation and immunologic activities of bovine T lymphocytes. Journal of Immunology 113(5): 1391-1398

Host seeking in Trissolcus viktorovi, an egg-parasite of the cabbage bug, Eurydema ventralis. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 52(10): 1509-1513

Host selection by Acyrthosiphon pisum (Harris) (Homoptera : Aphididae). Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Entomologie 65(4): 419-427

Host selection in the tobacco-caterpillar, Spodoptera litura (Fabricius) (Lepidotera: Noctuidae). Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 43(4): 357-360

Host skin mucus as a hatching stimulant in Acanthocotyle lobianchi, a monogenean from the skin of Raja spp. Parasitology 68(3): 331-338

Host specialization by Western Australian isolates causing net blotch symptoms on Hordeum. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 61(2): 215-220

Host specialization in bacterial leaf-streak pathogen of rice (Oryza sativa L.). Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 42(1): 11-15

Host specialization of a powdery mildew, Erysiphe cichoracearum, from Chondrilla juncea. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 25(3): 459-465

Host specificity in the Bruchidae - VII. The effect of carbohydrate composition on varietal resistance of garden peas to Callosobruchus chinensis L. Journal of Stored Products Research 7(2): 97-105

Host specificity of Nigerian and North American isolates of Corynespora cassiicola. Phytopathology 64(10): 1364-1367

Host specificity of a toxin from Phyllosticta maydis from Texas cytoplasmically male-sterile maize. Phytopathology 63(11): 1357-1361

Host specificity of entomophilic nematodes - a review. Experimental Parasitology 33(2): 263-284

Host specificity of the first-instar of Ceuthorhynchidius horridus, a weevil for biological control of thistles. Journal of Economic Entomology 67(6): 735-737

Host specificity studies on Ceuthorhynchidius horridus (Panzer) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) for the biocontrol of musk and plumeless thistle. Weed Research 15(1): 21-25

Host specifity of the oocyst-development-cycle of Toxoplasma gondii.. Zeitschrfit fur Parasitenkunde 39(Heft 3): 247-254

Host suitability experiments with three Tachinid parasites of Diatraea spp. in Barbados and Trinidad, West Indies. International Society of Sugarcane Technologists: Proceedings of the International Society of Sugarcane Technologists Thirteenth Congress, Taiwan, March 2-17, 1968: 1331-1341

Host suitability of four woody ornamentals to certain nematodes. Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society 1: 157

Host trees and emergence of Megastigmus specularis Walley (Hym., Torymidae). Annales Entomologici Fennici 36(4): 186-190

Host variation to maize dwarf mosaic virus infection. Phytopathology 62(7): 774

Host variations among populations of the Meloidogyne incognita group. Journal of Nematology 4(4): 231-232

Host virulence and the Hypomyces stage of Fusarium solani f.sp. pisi. Phytopathology 62(7): 731-735

Host-Rhizobium interaction between Phaseolus vulgaris L. and Rhizobium phaseoli. Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy, B 40(5): 554-561

Host-acceptance behavior of Campoletis sonorensis toward Heliothis zea. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 67(6): 835-844

Host-bacteriophage interaction in Agrobacterium tumefaciens. I. Characterization of bacteriophage R4 and physiological changes in the infected host cell. Journal of Virology 10(4): 816-823

Host-bacteriophage interaction in Agrobacterium tumefaciens. III. Phage-coded endolysins. Journal of Virology 13(4): 937-938

Host-biology relations of Araecerus fasciculatus De Geer. Agricultural Research Journal of Kerala 8(1): 17-21

Host-biology relations of Epilachna vigintioctopunctata F. Agricultural Research Journal of Kerala 7(1): 31-33

Host-biology relations of Spodoptera litura (F.) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 39(5): 400-402

Host-controlled modification and restriction of bacteriophage host range by strains of Streptococcus cremoris and Str. lactis used as starters in cheesemaking. XIX International Dairy Congress 1E: 410-411

Host-dependent regulation of phosphatase activity in Cuscuta species. Biochemie und Physiologie der Pflanzen 165(3): 341-344

Host-determined genetic control of nitrogen fixation in the Pisum-Rhizobium symbiosis. Canadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology 15(3): 659

Host-ectoparasite relationships. Journal of Medical Entomology 12(2): 143-166

Host-feeding patterns and behaviour of 4 Culex species in an endemic area of Japanese encephalitis. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 49(3): 293-299

Host-feeding patterns of Florida mosquitoes. II. Culiseta. Journal of Medical Entomology 9(5): 429-434

Host-feeding patterns of Florida mosquitoes. III. Culex (Culex) and Culex (Neoculex). Journal of Medical Entomology 11(1): 95-104

Host-feeding patterns of mosquitoes, with a review of advances in analysis of blood meals by serology. Journal of Medical Entomology 11(6): 635-653

Host-finding behaviour of tsetse flies. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 51: 83-95

Host-gene control of type-C RNA tumor virus expression and tumorigenesis in inbred mice. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 70(5): 1450-1455

Host-induced effects on the size and body proportions of Ostertagia ostertagi (Stiles, 1892) Ransom, 1907, a nematode parasite of cattle. Journal of Parasitology 57(6): 1185-1189

Host-induced variation in Plagiorchis noblei Park, 1936 (Plagiorchiidae: Trematoda). American Midland Naturalist 92(2): 415-433

Host-parasite interaction in the rat renal pelvis: a possible role for pili in the pathogenesis of pyelonephritis. Journal of Experimental Medicine 140(6): 1696-1711

Host-parasite interrelations of West Indian canefly, Saccharosydne saccharivora (Westw.) (Hom. Delphacidae). Proceedings of the International Society of Sugar Cane Technologists Fourteenth Congress, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 22 November 5, 1971: 491-495

Host-parasite interrelationship with respect to human nutrition. International Congress on Tropical Medicine and Malaria 9th, Athens, 14-21 October, 1973 Volume I Abstracts of invited papers: 173-174

Host-parasite interrelationships between the freshwater pulmonate Biomphalaria pfeifferi and the trematode Schistosoma mansoni. Netherlands Journal of Zoology 22(4): 355-427

Host-parasite interrelationships in the system Pseudophyllidea procercoids - Copepoda in the light of physiological investigations. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Gel' mintologii im KI Skryabina 17: 33-35

Host-parasite relations between the plum scale Parthenolecanium corni Bouche (Homoptera, Coccidae) and the parasite Blastothrix confusa Erdos (Hymenoptera, Encyrtidae). Biologicke Prace 18(7): 113 + [3]

Host-parasite relations in Lobatostoma manteri Rohde (Trematoda: Aspidogastrea). Zeitschrift fur Parasitenkunde 42(2): 115-136

Host-parasite relations in Rhinanthus serotinus. 1. The effect of growth conditions and host; a preliminary report. Symposium on Parasitic Weeds, Malta, 1973: 236-246

Host-parasite relations in Rhinanthus serotinus. 2. Physiological interactions between host and parasite. Symposium on Parasitic Weeds, Malta, 1973: 247-256

Host-parasite relations in the Gibberidea disease of Helianthus strumosus. Mycologia 65(5): 1158-1170

Host-parasite relations in the pair Ceratitis capitata Wiedemann (Diptera, Trypetidae) and Opius concolor Szepligeti (Hymenoptera, Braconidae). I. Morphology and organogenesis of Ceratitis capitata (larval and pupal development) and of Opius concolor (embryonic and larval development). Annales de Zoologie, Ecologie Animale 4(4): 427-481

Host-parasite relationship in echinococcosis. I. Parasite biomass and antibody response in three strains of inbred mice against graded doses of Echinococcus multilocularis cysts. Journal of Parasitology 60(2): 231-235

Host-parasite relationship in echinococcosis. II. Cyst weight, hematologic alterations, and gross changes in the spleen and lymph nodes of C57L mice against graded doses of Echinococcus multilocularis cysts. Journal of Parasitology 60(2): 236-242

Host-parasite relationship in trematodes. Korean Journal of Parasitology 11(2): 76-82

Host-parasite relationship of Bulinus forskalii (Ehrenberg) and Schistosoma intercalatum Fisher 1934, from Cameroun. Journal of Helminthology 49(2): 73-84

Host-parasite relationship of Fasciola hepatica in the white mouse. VI. Studies on the effects of immune and normal sera on the viability of young worms transferred to normal recipients. Journal of Parasitology 60(6): 925-929

Host-parasite relationship of Meloidogyne incognita (Kofoid et White) Chitw. on rice. Nematologia Mediterranea 1(1): 8-14

Host-parasite relationship of tobacco and root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne javanica (Treub.) Chitwood, influenced by tobacco mosaic virus infection. Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 39(2): 99-102

Host-parasite relationship. 1. Studies on the productivity of sheep as affected by haemonchosis. Pakistan Journal of Science 19(5/6): 247-251

Host-parasite relationships and problems in the study of parasitic biocoenoses. Odinnadtsatoe Soveshchanie po Parazitologicheskim Problemam, 12-15 dekabrya 1973 Tezisy dokladov: 8-11

Host-parasite relationships in Vampirolepis (=Hymenolepis) nana infection. I. Development of the parasites in mice of various inbred strains. Rivisti di Parassitologia 33(2): 125-135

Host-parasite relationships in insects. Khozyaino parazitnye otnosheniya u nasekomykh: 132

Host-parasite relationships in schistosomiasis mansoni and japonica in rhesus monkeys: interhost worm transfers. Japanese Journal of Parasitology 22(5): 307-314

Host-parasite relationships in sooty blotch disease of white clover. American Journal of Botany 59(10): 1057-1067

Host-parasite relationships of bulinus globosus and B. truncatus with strains of Schistosoma haematobium. Journal of Helminthology 46(2): 185-199

Host-parasite relationships of Fasciola hepatica in the white mouse. V. Age of fluke responsible for the induction of acquired immunity. Journal of Parasitology 60(1): 90-92

Host-parasite relationships of Fessisentis necturorum (Acanthocephala: Fessisentidae). Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 40(2): 204-208

Host-Pathogen Interactions: VI. A Single Plant Protein Efficiently Inhibits Endopolygalacturonases Secreted by Colletotrichum Lindemuthianum and Aspergillus Niger. Plant Physiology 51(3): 489-491

Host-pathogen interactions in scrapie. Genetics 79 Suppl: 387-395

Host-pathogen interactions. V. Comparison of the abilities of proteins isolated from three varieties of Phaseolus vulgaris to inhibit the endopolygalacturonases secreted by three races of Colletotrichum lindemuthianum. Physiological Plant Pathology 2(4): 339-346

Host-Pathogen Interactions: VII. Plant Pathogens Secrete Proteins which Inhibit Enzymes of the Host Capable of Attacking the Pathogen. Plant Physiology 53(5): 684-687

Host-Pathogen Interactions: VIII. Isolation of a Pathogen-synthesized Fraction Rich in Glucan That Elicits a Defense Response in the Pathogen's Host. Plant Physiology 56(2): 286-291

Host-phage interaction in Agrobacterium tumefaciens. II. Host strain response to mitomycin C induction. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 20(3): 367-370

Host-plant relations of phytophagous beetles in Mexico (Coleoptera: Bruchidae, Chrysomelidae, Curculionidae). Pan Pacific Entomologist 47(2): 105-116

Host-plant resistance to rice gall midge. Rice Breeding: 353-365

Host-plants of Ditylenchus dipsaci (Kuhn) Filipjev in Puglia. Nematologia Mediterranea 2(2): 159-164

Host-plants of Heterodera rostochiensis Woll. and the breeding for resistance. Bulletin OEPP 4(4): 501-509

Host-related microhabitat preferences of the gypsy moth larval parasitoid, Parasetigena agilis. Environmental Entomology 3(2): 363-364

Host-relationships and seasonal abundance of immature ticks (Haemaphysalis spp. and Dermacentor spp. ) in primary and mixed-secondary rainforests in West Malaysia. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health 3(4): 605-612

Host-seeking stimulants (kairomones) for the egg parasite, Trichogramma evanescens. Environmental Entomology 2(4): 593-596

Host-selection of Utetheisa pulchella Linn. (Lep., Arctiidae). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 21(1/3): 179-192

Host-specific forms of Trichometasphaeria turcica in relation to homokaryons and heterokaryons in nature. Phytopathology 64(4): 436-438

Host-Specific Phytotoxic Polysaccharide from Apple Tissue Infected by Erwinia amylovora. Science 183(4129): 1081-1082

Host-specificity of Eimeria contorta n.sp.. Zeitschrift Fur Parasitenkunde 37(Heft 4): 303-314

Host-transplant relationship of cultured mouse embryos. Journal of Experimental Zoology 183(2): 263-266

Host-virus reactions with special reference to persistent agents. Symposium organized by the Royal College of Pathologists delivered in London in February 1972 and published in December. Host virus reactions with special reference to persistent agents Symposium organized by the Royal College of Pathologists delivered in London in February 1972 and ished in December: 158

Host/parasite relationships in Vampirolepis (=Hymenolepis) nana infection. II. Development of the parasites with respect to their density. Rivista di Parassitologia 33(3): 183-202

Host/pollinator relationships in the evolution of herbage legumes in Britain. Sciences Progress, UK 59: 573-589

Hosts and eggs of Blepharida dorothea (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Florida Entomologist 56(2): 120-122

Hosts of Armillaria mellea in Hawaii. Plant Disease Reporter 58(2): 102-103

Hosts of Ornithodoros verrucosus and O. alactagalis in Georgia I. Results of the precipitation test. Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni 41(3): 259-264

Hosts of Phytophthora cinnamomi in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. Plant Disease Reporter 57(12): 1005-1006

Hosts of Pratylenchus coffeae with additions from Central American banana-producing areas. Plant Disease Reporter 57(1): 47-51

Hosts of a vesicular-arbuscular Endogone species. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society 89(1/2): 1-3

Hosts of bean yellow mosaic virus in Bulgaria. Rasteniev"dni Nauki 9(10): 123-140

Hosts, distribution and pathology of infections with larvae of Eustrongylides (Dioctophymidae, Nematoda) in fishes from East African lakes. Journal of Fish Biology 6(1): 67-77

Hot air therapy against red rot of sugarcane. Plant Disease Reporter 57(3): 220-222

Hot air therapy of sugarcane against grassy shoot and ratoon stunting diseases. Indian Sugar 23(1): 43-47

Hot air type drying apparatus. British Patent: (1 299 839)

Hot alcoholic phosphotungstic acid and uranyl acetate as routine stains for thick and thin sections. Journal of Cell Biology 50(2): 550-557

Hot baths heal geraniums. Agricultural Research 21(8): 10-11

Hot melt adhesives, their properties and application in coating edges. I. General remarks on edge-coating. II. Experiments and results. Holzforschung und Holzverwertung 25(2; 4): 29-34; 85-97

Hot pepper production. Ghana Farmer 17(1): 9-12

Hot spot determination. Photogrammetric Engineering 39(11): 1205-1214

Hot water and Javex enhance Pine and Spruce seed extraction. Tree Planters' Notes 24(3): 10-11

Hot water and fungicides for control of mold on cantaloups. Marketing Research Report, Agricultural Research Service, US Department of Agriculture (986): 6

Hot water as a tool in mass field preparation of platyhelminthic parasites. Journal of Parasitology 59(5): 935-936

Hot water equals cool cash for growers. American Vegetable Grower 22(12): 38

Hot water treatment for elimination of seed-borne Phoma betae and other microbial contaminants from sugar beet seed. Journal of the American Society of Sugar Beet Technologists 16(7): 568-574

Hot water treatment for mosaic and RSD control. Sugar Journal 34(10): 32-39

Hot water treatment of single buds for ratoon stunting disease control. Sugarcane Pathologists' Newsletter (11/12): 32-33

Hot water treatment to control plant parasitic nematodes of tropical crops. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen Rijksuniversiteit Gent 40(2 Pt. 1): 249-259

Hot water treatment to regulate ripening and reduce spoilage of Alphonso mangoes. Journal of Horticultural Science 49(4): 365-371

Hot water treatments for control of spike and grassy shoot diseases of sugarcane. Indian Sugar 23(8): 677-681

Hot water-ethylene dibromide fumigation-refrigeration treatment for mangoes infested by oriental and Mediterranean fruit flies. Journal of Economic Entomology 65(5): 1372-1374

Hot-film anemometer velocity measurements of arterial blood flow in horses. Circulation Research 34(2): 193-203

Hot-setting BWR plywood adhesives based on wheat flour. IPIRI Journal 3(1): 19-22

Hot-water extractable boron in the soils of the Litoral-Mata zone of Pernambuco. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira Agronomia 8(7): 163-168

Hot-water therapy for geranium rust control. Phytopathology 63(2): 273-275

Hot-water treatment and disinfection of lilies. Bloembollencultuur 86(21): 423

Hot-water treatment and fungicidal dressing of seed for the control of damping-off of cotton and flax. Phytopathologia Mediterranea 12: 111-113

Hot-water treatment of plant material. Bulletin, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (201): 46

Hot-water treatment: a possible control for seed-borne bacterial blight in southern peas. HortScience 10(2): 148

Hour-glass behavior of the circadian clock controlling eclosion of the silkmoth Antheraea pernyi. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 68(3): 595-599

Hour-to-hour variation in amino acid arterio-venous concentration differences across the lactating goat mammary gland. Journal of Dairy Research 41(1): 95-100

Hourly response of laboratory-reared and native male pink bollworms to traps baited with hexalure. Environmental Entomology 2(5): 965

Hourly water consumption and egg formation in the domestic fowl. British Poultry Science 15(4): 361-368

House cricket acetylcholinesterase: histochemical localization and in situ inhibition by O, O-dimethyl S-aryl phosphorothioates. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 66(2): 333-343

House crickets: ovicidal effect of fenthion on mortality and cholinesterase activity. Journal of Economic Entomology 66(5): 1029-1031

House dust and mites as causes of inhalant allergic problems in the United Arab Republic. Clinical Allergy 1(3): 257-260

House dust mites and allergy. Archives of Disease in Childhood 47(253): 327-329

House dust mites and respiratory allergy: a qualitative survey of species occurring in Finnish house dust. Scandinavian Journal of Respiratory Diseases 53(6): 338-348

House dust mites: a national survey. New Zealand Medical Journal 76(485): 270-271

House flies: effect of apholate and its failure to induce resistance. Journal of Economic Entomology 66(3): 609-611

House flies: mating ability and longevity tests with wild-type males and irradiated males from a male-producing strain. Environmental Entomology 1(5): 615-618

House fly and Drosophila cell cultures as hosts for human enteroviruses. Journal of Medical Entomology 11(4): 428-432

House fly breeding and associated parasitoids in decaying melon fields. Journal of Economic Entomology 66(4): 909-911

House fly control in Alexandria City and its effect on the prevalence of certain summer diseases. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Entomologie 71(1): 44-52

House fly control in climate-controlled caged-hen layer houses. Journal of Economic Entomology 66(4): 927-933

House fly genetics. I. Use of an inversion to facilitate the recovery of translocation homozygotes and to reduce genetic recombination on translocated third chromosomes. Journal of Heredity 64(4): 203-207

House fly genetics. II. Isolation of a heat-sensitive translocation homozygote. Journal of Heredity 64(5): 253-256

House fly genetics: variability in a field population. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 67(3): 359-364

House fly larvicidal action of some carbohydrates and ethanol. Journal of Economic Entomology 65(4): 1202-1203

House fly: non-repellancy of dichlorvos vapors. Journal of Economic Entomology 66(4): 1006

House fly: partial reproductive isolation among six strains. Environmental Entomology 2(1): 77-80

House sparrows, Passer domesticus (L.), as hosts of arboviruses in Hale County, Texas. II. Laboratory studies with Western equine encephalitis virus. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 22(2): 254-262

House sparrows, Passer domesticus (L.), as hosts of arboviruses in Hale County, Texas. I. Field studies, 1965-1969. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 22(2): 244-253

House-dust ecosystem and house-dust allergen(s). Acta Allergologica 27(3): 219-228

House-dust mite survey in Bangkok and other provinces in Thailand. Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand 55(5): 272-286

House-dust mites in the German Democratic Republic. Allergie und Immunologie 19(1): 81-85

Houseflies, blowflies and cluster flies. Advisory Leaflet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (365): 8

Housefly memory. Candian Entomologist 106(2): 223-224

Household food consumption and expenditure: 1970 and 1971, with a review of the five years 1966 to 1970. A report of the National Food Survey Committee. Household food consumption and expenditure: 1970 and 1971, with a review of the five years 1966 to 1970 A report of the National Food Survey Committee: xi+264

Household food consumption and expenditure: 1970 and 1971. A report of the National Food Survey Committee. Household food consumption and expenditure: 1970 and 1971 A report of the National Food Survey Committee: 264

Household food consumption and expenditure: 1972. Annual Report of the National Food Survey Committee. Household food consumption and expenditure: 1972 Annual Report of the National Food Survey Committee: x + 218

Household food consumption and expenditure: 1973. Annual report of the National Food Survey Committee. Household food consumption and expenditure: 1973 Annual report of the National Food Survey Committee: xii+236

Household income of German farmers is above the average for the economy as a whole. DIW Wochenbericht 41(25): 221-224

Household insect pests and their control. Insect Pest Bulletin, Entomology Branch, Biological and Chemical Research Institute, New South Wales Department of Agriculture (47 (Ed. 13)): 30

Household survey of the rural areas of the provinces July, 1969-January, 1970. Final report: household expenditure and income and economic characteristics. Household survey of the rural areas of the provinces July, 1969 January, 1970 Final report: household expenditure and income and economic characteristics: 126

Household survey of the rural areas of the provinces, February 1969-June 1969. Household characteristics and housing conditions. Household survey of the rural areas of the provinces, February 1969 June 1969 Household characteristics and housing conditions: 88

Houseplants. Retail Business (183): 42-50

Housewives' attitude to meat. Report, Department of Agricultural Marketing, University of Newcastle upon Tyne (16): 72

Housing and management. World Review of Animal Production 10(1/2): 62-71

Housing and the health of Nigerian children. Tropical and Geographical Medicine 25(4): 402-409

Housing breeding turkeys in cages. Ptitsevodstvo (11): 22-23

Housing density of broilers in cages in relation to their age at slaughter. Materialy Nauchnoi Konferentsii Vsesoyuznyi Nauchno Issledovatel' skii i Tekhnologicheskii Institute Ptitsevodstva (6): 80-84

Housing density of caged layers. Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Akademii Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk (9): 30-32

Housing fattening pigs individually or in groups. Revue de l' Agriculture 27(3): 529-541

Housing for broilers. Housing for broilers:

Housing for dairy cows. Influence of design on cost. Bulletin Technique d' Information (293): 637-646

Housing of the breeding flock in cages. Ptitsevodstvo (2): 18-20

Housing pigs in battery cages. Svinovodstvo (7): 23

Housing pigs on asphalt, keramzit concrete and wooden floors. Svinovodstvo, Moscow, USSR (3): 22-23

Housing pregnant sows indoors. Svinovodstvo (12): 22-23

Housing rats on wire mesh floors. Zeitschrift fur Versuchstierkunde 15(5/6): 361-362

Housing systems for dairy cows. Bauen auf dem Lande 24(2): 30-33

Housing the suckler herd. Agriculture in Northern Ireland 47(10): 346-350

Housing, density and forage feeding system on the performance and carcass characteristics of bulls fed molasses-urea diets. Cuban Journal of Agricultural Science 8(1): 1-10

Housing-induced limb disease in cattle. Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift 62(Heft 3): 91-92

How China solved her food problem. China Reconstructs 24(1): 2-6

How Honan achieves self-sufficiency in grain. Peking Review 15(40): 23-27

How Oregon farmers select and use herbicides on wheat. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 32(9): 4981

How Reiter turned an old plant into a streamlined modern facility. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 158(6): 74, 76, 78, 80

How a rhubarb forcing tunnel was made mobile and its uses extended. Grower 78(7): 307-308

How aerodynamic roughness elements control sand movement. Transactions, ASAE 17(1): 134-139

How agricultural and forestry sites and land are dealt with for income tax purposes after the second tax amendment law 1971. Landwirtschaft Angewandte Wissenschaft (173): 122

How agricultural chemicals contribute to our current food supplies. [Paper given at] Symposium of the University of California: Agricultural Chemicals Harmony or discord for Food, People, and the Environment: 19

How anaerobic storage affects quality of Douglas-Fir pulpwood chips. Tappi 56(7): 129-131

How and when to use highly concentrated complex fertilizers for various crops. Arhiv za Poljoprivredne Nauke 27(97): 41-53

How and why are plant viruses a problem. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 3(6): 611-616

How appropriate is cotton growing research? Cotton Research Corporation Summer Meeting, 1973. Cotton Growing Review 50(4): 287-295

How are we going to measure wood in future?. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen 124(3;4): 181-199; 259-279

How artificial windbreaks help citrus growers in Australia. Citrus and Sub Tropical Fruit Journal (483): 4-6, 8

How bees learn. Scienze 6(33): 11-21

How best to cultivate the soil. Sadovodstvo (1): 28

How can a better image be projected for the products of the dairy industry?. Technical Publication, Australian Society of Dairy Technology (23): 32

How can agricultural economist help to solve Europe's agricultural problems?. European Review of Agricultural Economics 1(1): 7-15

How can agricultural economists contribute to the solution of agricultural problems in Europe?. Economie Rurale 97(3): 3-7

How can errors in the feeding of dairy cattle be recognized?. Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde 114(10): 497-504

How can soyabeans be grown in Sweden?. Weibulls Arsbok (Spring): 26-28

How can the fuel requirement be ensured (endogenously, exogenously)?. Zeitschrift fur Ernahrungswissenschaft 11(3): 208-218

How can we plan the deployment of mobile barking units in practical operations?. Forst und Holzwirt 28(23): 467-473

How cheese plant cleans effluent, recovers whey. American Dairy Review 34(5): 26B-26C

How chiaoli production team distributes its income. China Reconstructs 21(9): 26-29

How coffee behaves in Minimullur area of Andhra Pradesh. Indian Coffee 36(11/12): 371-374,376

How cooperatives communicate with their members. How cooperatives communicate with their members: 6

How devaluations affect the wood product trade balance. Forest Products Journal 23(9): 40-44

How did wheat originate?. Acta Agronomica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 20(1/2): 219-222

How do I analyse and plan my farm? An introduction to farm analysis and planning for farm practice and advisory services. Wie analysiere und plane ich meinen Betrieb? Eine Einfuhrung in die Betriebsanalyse und Betriebsplanung Fur die landwirtschaftliche Praxis und Beratung: 118

How do Spruce plantations react to weed control?. Allgemeine Forst und Jagdzeitung 145(10/11): 212-219

How do damp and mould affect the wintering of colonies?. Bitidningen 71(12): 358-360

How do the co-operatives fulfil the expectations of their farmer members?. Grune Reihe, Bauernverband Wurttemberg Baden (6): 11-20

How do we get a late-season strawberry crop ? (1) A comparison between several methods. Fruitteeltblad 17(2): 46-50

How do we give priority to the improvement of resistance against cyst nematodes?. Vaxtskyddsnotiser 38(5/6): 97-99

How do we run rural libraries?. Hung ch' i (8): 31-36

How do you grow good eggplants?. Groenten en Fruit 28(15): 711, 713

How does CCC affect the growth of Gewurztraminer?. Obstbau Weinbau 10(5): 162-163

How does Nerine bowdenii behave?. Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 27(19): 11

How does roadside vegetation tolerate salt spread on roads?. Gartenwelt 74(23): 499-500

How does the consumer evaluate our strawberry cultivars?. Erwerbsobstbau 16(4): 56-58

How does western Spruce budworm feeding affect Western Larch?. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (INT-7): 25

How does wood compare with other materials?. Revue Forestiere Francaise 26(4): 316-318

How does your DNA grow?. New Scientist 55(813): 586-587

How evaporation and absorption rates affect the formulation of various insect repellents. International Pest Control 13(5): 13-16

How exactly are peasants exploited?. American Anthropologist 76(3): 553-561

How exports of Italian wines can be maintained. Italia Agricola 109(9): 955-960

How far and how high do honeybees fly?. Schweizerische Bienen Zeitung 96(9): 423-424

How far have we got at present with research on the clone Aromata?. Champignoncultuur 18(6): 193, 195, 199, 201

How farmers repatriated from North Africa settled in Languedoc-Rousillon. Etudes Rurales (52): 57-79

How fourteen coating systems affected smoke yield from Douglas-Fir plywood. USDA Forest Service Research Paper, Forest Products Research Laboratory, Madison (FPL 214): 27

How geranium cuttings free from bacterial disease are produced at the Societe Horticole de Philiomel. Pepinieristes Horticulteurs Maraichers (154): 51-58

How good is your management?. Agriculture in Northern Ireland 49(10): 351-357

How grasses grow. How grasses grow: 60

How green is the Green Revolution in Punjab?. Eastern Economist 63(20): 888-890

How green is the Indian Green Revolution?. Economic and Political Weekly 8(52): A138-A144

How green the revolution. Natural History 81(6): 28-30

How handling and storage affect processing yield of mechanically damaged apples. Transactions of the ASAE 17(1): 49-51

How has pig AI proved in practice?. Tierzuchter 25(7): 278-280

How have the producers reacted to milk price changes?. Berichte uber Landwirtschaft 49(3/4): 380-392

How heat driers were utilized during 1972. Zivotnovadstvo 27(3): 3-5

How herbicide combinations affect stands and yields of cotton. Mississippi Farm Research 35(2): 1, 7

How impervious is the placental barrier?. Veterinary Medicine, Small Animal Clinician 68(5): 468-480

How important are bole infections in spread of Ponderosa Pine dwarf mistletoe?. Journal of Forestry 72(3): 146-147

How important is the quality of hay fed to lactating cows?. Town Milk 20(3): 5-9

How is control of bracken getting on?. Foret Privee Francaise (89): 76-77

How it is done - a sheep rearer. Fourrages Actualites (3): 23-28

How land re-parcelling can improve regional development: the Swiss case. Annales de Geographie 82(449): 28-41

How land reform is affecting the Mbeere of Central Kenya. LTC Newsletter (44): 8-14

How long do curative fungicides work?. Fruitteelt 62(5): 136-137

How loose smut affects the economic qualities of barley seeds. Rastitelna Zashchita 20(7): 16-18

How many bees in Bermuda?. Gleanings in Bee Culture 103(1): 7-8, 27

How many blood meals does a mosquito take?. Mosquito News 34(3): 332-333

How many covarions per species ?. Biochemical Genetics 11(2): 181-182

How many daughters are necessary for estimating breeding value?. Zuchtwahl und Besamung: 71(Apr.)

How many farmers in France?. Economie et Statistique: (61)

How many times is each cow inseminated?. Buskap og Avdratt 25(1): 12

How members feel about cooperatives. Agricultural Economics Report, North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station (86): 13

How much Euparen in the berries ? . Sadovodstvo (6): 33

How much can you afford to pay for barley ground?. Agriculture in Northern Ireland 47(10): 351-353

How much debt can a cow carry?. Agricultural Economics Report, Department of Agricultural Economics, Michigan State University (238): 7

How much is good breeding worth?. Farm and Food Research 4(1): 17-18

How much land do we need for timber growing ?. Journal of Forestry 71(7): 399-403

How much manure on grassland. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 4(4): 313-315

How much mill residue?. Australian Forest Industries Journal 39(7): 57, 59

How much of a strain on iron metabolism is regular blood donation? Behaviour of serum iron, haemoglobin values and HbE index in male blood donors. Munchener Medizinische Wochenschrift 114(28): 1261-1266

How much potassium and nitrogen for meadows and pastures?. Proceedings of the 9th Congress of the International Potash Institute, Antibes, 1970: 135-153

How much water are we harvesting?. Quarterly News Letter, Tea Research Foundation of Central Africa (30): 6 - 7

How nitrogen rates affect nutrient content of corn plants, as measured in two ways. Illinois Research 14(4): 16-17

How orchard layout using Malus can influence pollinating insects. Grower 83(3): 141-142

How pallets with laminated Red Oak deckboards performed in use. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report, Forest Products Laboratory, Madison (FPL-4): 9

How pest infestations occur with special reference to coconut. Ceylon Coconut Planters' Review 7(1): 30-37

How processed fruit can create new dairy products. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 156(3; 4): 33-35; 46, 53-54

How reliable is long-term storage of semen considering the needs of planned breeding?. Tierzuchter 24(16): 461-462

How representative are experimental plots of fields in spraying trials?. Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 25(3): 34-36

How ridging came to pass. Information Bulletin, Citrus and Subtropical Fruit Research Institute (19): 6-7

How seedbugs reduce the quantity and quality of Pine seed yields. Proceedings, 12th Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference: 97-103

How selected soybean blends perform in Arkansas. Arkansas Farm Research 23(5): 12

How should I plan the breeding of my animals?. Wie plane ich meine Tierzucht?: 86

How should vine rooted cuttings be produced?. Informatore Agrario 30(25): 16221-16224

How small is a small drop of water?. Nematologica 19(1): 121

How solvents can influence the effectiveness of insecticide aerosols. International Pest Control 14(1): 16-19

How soon after calving should a cow be inseminated?. Mitteilungen des Schweizerischen Verbandes fur Kunstliche Besamung und der Schweizerischen Arbeitsgemeinschaft fur Kunstliche Besamung 13(2): 48-50

How species and board densities affect properties of exotic hardwood particleboards. Forest Products Journal 24(12): 37-45

How temperature effects the maize crop. Maize Bulletin (52): 15-16

How the 'wonderful' North-Western Pig Marketing Group Ltd. of New South Wales got started. Journal of Agriculture 71(4): 120-128

How the 2,4,5-T controversy has affected Appalachian Power Company's R/W vegetation management program. Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society (Volume 25): 395-397

How the behaviour of parasites and predators promotes population stability. Ecological stability: 99-119

How the diamond-back moth overwinters. Zashchita Rastenii 15(10): 38

How the futures markets work, coffee blows its top. Investors Chronicle (July): 290-292

How the retail price freeze has intensified the liquefied petroleum gas shortage. How the retail price freeze has intensified the liquefied petroleum gas shortage: 12

How the variations of milk protein content affect some physical characteristics of a fat free carmel type system. Manufacturing Confectioner 53(6): 64-66, 70, 72, 74-76

How the weather affects corn and soybean yields. Illinois Research 15(1): 6-7

How to achieve potential grassland production. Indian Farming 23(5): 15-19

How to achieve self-sufficiency in forest products in Bangladesh. Bano Biggyan Patrika 5(2): 56-69

How to avoid flavor and body defects in vanilla ice cream. Modern Dairy 52(4): 19-21

How to avoid the high cost of dental work. Journal of the Canadian Dental Association 39(11): 779-782

How to avoid the undesirable effects of herbicides. Weeds and weed control 13th Swedish Weed Conference: D1 - D6

How to breed and whelp dogs. How to breed and whelp dogs: xvi+266

How to conserve suburban forests. Priroda, USSR (10): 14-20

How to construct playground facilities from wood. Wie man Spielgerate aus Holz baut: ?; 36

How to control Fomes annosus in first-generation softwood stands. Revue Forestiere Francaise 27(1): 33-36

How to control die-back of cucurbits caused by Phomopsis sclerotioides. Pepinieristes, Horticulteurs, Maraichers (126): 15-21

How to control flystrike in sheep. Journal of Agriculture, Western Australia 12(10): 237-240

How to control liver fluke in cattle. Irrigation Farmer 7(9): 20

How to control maize diseases. Indian Farming 23(4): 20-23

How to control wind erosion. Agricultural Information Bulletin, United States Department of Agriculture (354): 22

How to cope with nitrogen fertilizer shortage. Rice Journal 77(4): 14-15

How to cut the cost of milk recording. Zuchtungskunde 44(5): 287-294

How to cut tree disks without formation of checks. Forest Products Journal 24(7): 57-59

How to determine the given sowing rate. Zemledelie (2): 72-74

How to distinguish Dolichandrone from Markhamia. Vanasarn 32(4): 359-363

How to ensure heat by biological methods in gilts and sows. Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin 28(16): 606-607

How to establish pasture successfully. Journal of Agriculture, Victoria 70(4): 134-142

How to get a good stand of wheat. Indian Farming 23(5): 20-23

How to get bigger strawberries. Grower 81(25): 1213-1215

How to get rid of cockspur. Kukuruza 19(5): 29

How to guard farm buildings against white ants. Queensland Agricultural Journal 100(12): 583-586

How to improve seed set of bolls in interspecific crosses of cotton. Kinet va seleksija inst asarlari AzSSR Elmlar Akad 6: 30-34

How to increase the accuracy of bushel weight determination. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (3): 54-55

How to increase the effectiveness of management and managing work in agriculture. Jak zvysovat ucinnost rizeni a ridici prace v zemedelstvi: 188

How to induce flowering in bromeliads. Frutticoltura 34(6): 59-60

How to keep maize between poplars free from weeds. Phytoma (268): 32

How to kill hardwoods by injection. Weeds Today 3(1): 8-9, 17

How to maintain red clover undersown in barley. Zemledelie (5): 44-45

How to make quark cheese. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 156(9): 38

How to make a liability into an asset by converting peeler cores to sawnwood. World Wood 14(11): 22-23

How to make a wax press. Scottish Beekeeper 50(4): 66-67

How to make sour half & half. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 158(5): 42

How to make work safe on circular saws. Lesnaya Promyshlennost' (1): 12-14

How to manage garden weeds. Plants: wild and cultivated A conference on horticulture and field botany;: 25-37

How to meet in quality and quantity the needs of the new European markets for pork. Revue de l' Agriculture (6/7): 929-933

How to minimise the problems of direct drilling of celery. Grower 78(25): 1268-1269

How to obtain earlier and more extensive colouring in apples. Informatorie Agrario 29(41): 13871-13872

How to prevent tomato blossom-end rot. Noticias Agricolas 6(36): 145-146

How to prolong cropping?. Sadovodstvo (11): 24

How to pull off a process miracle. Food Engineering 46(11): 76-80

How to reduce energy consumption in kiln-drying lumber. USDA Forest Service Research Note, Forest Products Laboratory, Madison (FPL-0228): 4

How to reduce frost damage. World Farming 15(9): 8-9, 26

How to retrench costs of repairs. Ekonomika Sel' skogo Hozjajstva 51(3): 48-54

How to sell our food in Europe. Farm and Food Research 3(6): 124-126

How to set up a weed control program. American Vegetable Grower 20(5): 13-15

How to standardize with the Siemens system. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 157(10): 102-103

How to start a commercial rabbitry. How to start a commercial rabbitry (Ed. 5): 120

How to understand the structure of hardwood. How to understand the structure of hardwood: vii + 71

How to use two computational strategies to solve simple system identification problems. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report, North Central Forest Experiment Sstation (NC-2): 15

How traditional rural patrons lose legitimacy: a theory with special reference to South East Asia. Cultures et Developpement 5(3): 501-540

How trees grow. How trees grow: 59 + 4 pl.

How useful are preventive sprays at low levels of infestation?. Proceedings XV Congress, International Society of Sugar Cane Technologists, 1974 (Vol.1): 521-525

How vegetables are responding to phosphate and potash. Commercial Grower (4006): 469 - 471

How weeds affect aquatic environments. Proceedings 27th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 16-23

How weeds influence the crop environment. Proceedings 27th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 24-28

How weeds influence the pasture environment. Proceedings 27th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 35-41

How well can honeybees utilize sucrose, glucose, fructose and sorbitol for flight metabolism?. Zeitschrift fur Vergleichende Physiologie 67(4): 436-452

How well is your quality assurance program working?. American Dairy Review 36(10): 44-45

How zinc deficiency affects wheat yields. Indian Farming 21(9): 31-32, 51

How, where and when to grow the health plant. Informatore Agrario 29(37): 13583-13587

Hudson: a high yielding variety resistant to golden nematode. American Potato Journal 50(6): 212-215

Hudson: a new potato. New York' s Food and Life Sciences Quarterly 6(3): 8-9

Hudson: a new potato variety developed. American Potato Journal 49(12): 478

Huka - a new variety for the split-pea trade. New Zealand Journal of Agriculture 131(1): 11

Hull-less barley and oats in the feeding of chickens and hens. Conference on poultry and rabbit research, December 1973: 173-178

Human leptospirosis from immunized dogs. Annals of Internal Medicine 79(6): 777-785

Human Syngamus infections in Martinique. Medecine d' Afrique Noire 21(8/9): 651-655

Human actinomycosis. A study of 181 subjects. Human Pathology 4(3): 319-330

Human adjustment in Australian agriculture 1972. A national survey. Human adjustment in Australian agriculture 1972 A national survey: 66

Human adjustment to agricultural drought in Tanzania: pilot investigations. Research Paper, Bureau of Resource Assessment and Land Use Planning, University of Dar es Salaam (13): 60

Human adjustments in rural towns. The impact of changes in agriculture on quality of life. Human adjustments in rural towns The impact of changes in agriculture on quality of life: viii+111

Human and animal Chagas' infection in dwellings previously sprayed with insecticides. Boletin Chileno de Parasitologia 25(1): 33-36

Human and animal ecological concepts behind the distribution, behaviour and control of yellow fever. Bulletin de la Societe de Pathologie Exotique et de Ses Filiales 64(5): 683-694

Human and animal wastes as fertilizers. Fertilizer Technology and Use (Ed. 2): 557-596

Human and primate poxviruses: I. Growth characteristics of cytolytic and tumor variants. Archives of Virology 48(1): 47-61

Human behaviour in the transmission of parasitic diseases. , Behavioural aspects of parasite transmission: 109-122

Human breast milk excretion of radionuclides following administration of radiopharmaceuticals. Journal of Nuclear Medicine 14(2): 115-117

Human brucellosis in the Waikato: some aspects concerning laboratory diagnosis. New Zealand Medical Journal 76(485): 265-269

Human calorimeter with a new type of gradient layer. Journal of Applied Physiology 35(1): 158-165

Human cancer in households containing cats with malignant lymphoma. International Journal of Cancer 10(2): 338-344

Human capital migration. Journal of Agriculture Economics and Development 3(1): 73-79

Human cases of paravaccinia (milker's nodule) following contact with a bovine focus. Microbiologia, Parazitologia, Epidemiologia 18(4): 317-325

Human cataract and galactose metabolism. Nutrition and Metabolism 17(1): 1-8

Human chorionic somatomammotropin and its clinical significance. Clinical Endocrinology, UK 1(2): 209-218

Human coenurosis - the first reported case from Ghana. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 66(4): 611-623

Human coenurosis - the first reported case in Ghana. Ghana Medical Journal 11(4): 424

Human colostral whey M-1 glycoproteins and their L. bifidus var. Penn. growth promoting activities. Life Sciences 14(5): 967-976

Human colostrum cells: their relation to periductal mononuclear inflammation. Journal of Pathology 112(3): 153-160

Human cutaneous protothecosis - an ultrastructural study. South African Journal of Medical Sciences 38(1 & 2): 1-11

Human dermatophilosis, its occurrence in Brazil. Mykosen 17(5): 111-113

Human development in its relation to ecological conditions. Geoforum (18): 7-18

Human disease caused by Brucella canis. A clinical and epidemiologic study of two cases. JAMA 231(12): 1267-1269

Human echinococcosis (hydatidosis) in Uruguay: a comparison of indices of morbidity and mortality, 1962-71. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 49(4): 395-402

Human ecology and malaria. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 21(5): 658-662

Human ecology and malaria eradication in Afghanistan. Przeglad Epidemiologiczny 28(2): 139-148

Human engineering evaluation on working circumstances of forest workers with portable machines (I) - The vibration of chainsaws and the working comfortableness under the timber cutting operations. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 54(9): 303-310

Human engineering evaluation on working circumstances of forest workers with portable machines (II). Physiological effects on forest workers caused by carrying portable machines. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 57(1): 6-11

Human enteroviruses in animals and arthropods in the central Philippines. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health 3(1): 45-51

Human envenomation by a lycosid. Archives of Dermatology 110(1): 111-112

Human exposure to organophosphorus pesticides. A modified procedure for the gas-liquid chromatographic analysis of alkyl phosphate metabolites in urine. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 21(4): 625-629

Human factors and conditions determining the success of managerial work. Vezetes a Mezogazdasagban, az Elelmiszeriparban, az Erdeszet Faiparban 6(6): 308-315

Human fascioliasis in Australia. Medical Journal of Australia 1(6): 295-296

Human fascioliasis in Poland in the years 1945-1970. Przeglad Epidemiologiczny 26(1): 117-119

Human fascioliasis in Rhodesia. Report of a case with a liver abscess. Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 75(11): 221-223

Human fecal flora: the normal flora of 20 Japanese-Hawaiians. Applied Microbiology 27(5): 961-979

Human fetal growth retardation. 1. Clinical features of sample with intrauterine growth retardation. Pediatrics 50(4): 547-558

Human fetal growth retardation. 2. Energy metabolism in leukocytes. Pediatrics 50(4): 559-567

Human fetal growth retardation. 3. Protein, DNA, RNA, adenine nucleotides and activities of the enzymes pyruvic and adenylate kinase in placenta. Pediatrics 50(4): 568-577

Human filariases in the Mayumble region and adjacent areas (Zaire Republic). Evaluation of the microfilarial density. Annales de la Societe Belge de Medecine Tropicale 54(1): 5-34

Human filariasis in the Philippines. Acta Medica Philippina 9(4): 160-173

Human fluke infection in Glen Canyon at AD 1250. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 41(1): 115-117

Human growth after birth. Human growth after birth (Ed. 2): vii + 212

Human growth hormone secretion after double stimulation with arginine in normal and insulin-dependent diabetic women. Diabetes 22(9): 694-705

Human growth hormone: a comparison of the results of plasma and serum assays using double-antibody techniques. Clinica Chimica Acta 45(1): 19-24

Human heat losses by direct partitional calorimetry. Nutrition Reports International 8(5): 357-360

Human hepatic fascioliasis: a new autochthonous case. Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical 5(5): 267-270

Human hydatid in Switzerland 1956-1969. Echinokokkose beim Menschen in der Schweiz 1956-1969: ii + 32 + 4

Human infection by Microsporum nanum in Brazil. Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de Sao Paulo 14(6): 388-391

Human infection by an acanthocephalan Macracanthorhynchus hirudinaceus in Thailand: new light on a previous case. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health 5(2): 303-309

Human infection with Brucella canis. Annals of Internal Medicine 76(3): 435-438

Human infection with Hymenolepis diminuta in villages of Minab, Southern Iran. International Journal for Parasitology 2(4): 481-482

Human infection with Moniliformis sp. in Rhodesia. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 68(3): 363-364

Human infection with Strongyloides ransomi.. Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya 40(4): 427-431

Human infection with Trichostrongylus capricola in Iran. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 23(5): 1002-1003

Human infection with the liver fluke Fasciola gigantica. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 68(3): 253-254

Human infections associated with waterborn leptospires, and survival studies on serotype pomona. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 159(11): 1477-1484

Human infections caused by Microsporum gypseum in the Vaud district of Switzerland. International Journal of Dermatology 13(2): 86-89

Human infestation by ticks (Ixodidae) in the Himalaya. HD Srivastava commemoration volume: 75-89

Human influences on plant evolution. Economic Botany 26(1): 32-43