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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 158

Chapter 158 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Pathology of scorpion venom poisoning. Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 75(5): 98-100

Pathology of selenium deficiency in the chick. Journal of Nutrition 102(10): 1287-1296

Pathology of severe mastitis in sheep and goats. Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde 116(10): 447-454

Pathology of simian primates. Part I. General pathology. Part II. infectious and parasitic diseases. Pathology of simian primates Part I General pathology Part II infectious and parasitic diseases Part I: 50+929, Part II: 50+770

Pathology of simian primates. Part II. Infections and parasitic diseases. Pathology of simian primates Part II Infections and parasitic diseases: 770

Pathology of some common parasitic diseases in indigenous pigs. Indian Journal of Animal Health 11(1): 75-79

Pathology of some diseases of domestic animals. VI. Rift Valley fever.. Veterinaria MoCambicana 4(2): 69-73

Pathology of spontaneous cases of avian transmissible tubulonephrosis. Nihon Juigaku Zasshi. Japanese Journal of Veterinary Science 34(2): 61-69

Pathology of spontaneous hemorrhagic enteritis of turkeys. Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine 39(3): 310-315

Pathology of strawberry root rot caused by Ceratobasidium species. Phytopathology 62(7): 700-705

Pathology of teat obstructions in bovines. Haryana Agricultural University Journal of Research 1(1): 63-67

Pathology of the CNS in carbon tetrachloride poisoning. 2. Telencephalon and diencephalon of rabbits. Zentralblatt fur Allgemeine Pathologie und Pathologische Anatomie 117(Heft 5/6): 551-562

Pathology of the Syrian hamster. Pathology of the Syrian hamster: 637

Pathology of the acute form of pasteurellosis in sheep.. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Eksperimental' noi Veterinarii 39: 327-330

Pathology of the disease in cattle caused by Trypanosoma congolense. Bulletin of Epizootic Diseases of Africa 21(3): 239-248

Pathology of the disease in sheep produced experimentally by Trypanosoma brucei. Veterinary Pathology 9(4): 278-289

Pathology of the endocrine glands in nephritis in canines. Indian Veterinary Journal 50(10): 959-962

Pathology of the extensor digitalis longus muscle in the dog.. Folia Veterinaria Latina 1(3/4): 630-652

Pathology of the eyes in congenital blindness of Brown Swiss calves. Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde 116(Heft 3): 147-153

Pathology of the female reproductive tract of domestic fowls. IV. Bacteriological studies with reference to Escherichia coli organisms from cases of egg peritonitis. Indian Journal of Poultry Science 8(4): 218-223

Pathology of the heart in pigs with spontaneous E.coli enterotoxaemia.. Archiv fur Experimentelle Veterinarmedizin 25(Heft 2): 251-274

Pathology of the kidneys in leucosis of pigs. Veterinariya, Moscow (11): 56-57

Pathology of the liver and kidney in lantana poisoning of cattle. Australian Veterinary Journal 48(6): 323-331

Pathology of the pituitary gland in canines (Canis familiaris). Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 1974; 43(8): 755-759

Pathology of the pneumonic type of canary pox.. Berliner und Munchener Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 85(Heft 18): 352-355

Pathology of the thyroid gland in canines (Canis familiaris). Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 1974; 43(8): 760-765

Pathology of ulcerative enteritis in poultry. Indian Veterinary Journal 50(10): 963-965

Pathology of viral enteritis of goslings. Proceedings 5th All Union conferences on pathological anatomy of farm animals: 37-40

Pathology of viral leukoencephalomyelitis of goats. Acta Neuropathologica 29(Fasc.4): 281-292

Pathology of wild animals in Central Africa. Parasitism of wild Suidae. First report. Revue d' Elevage et de Medecine Veterinaire des Pays Tropicaux 25(2): 205-218

Pathology, diagnosis and pathogenesis of bovine mastitis caused by Nocardia asteroides. Archiv fur Experimentelle Veterinarmedizin 26(4): 683-700

Pathology, pathogenesis and aetiology of osteoarthropathies in the pig. Archiv fur Experimentelle Veterinarmedizin 26(Heft 4): 617-644

Pathology, pathogenesis and diagnosis of paratuberculosis in sheep. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Eksperimental' noi Veterinarii 41: 277-284

Pathology, ultrastructure and biochemistry of melanotic tumours of horses. Melanosis or malignant melanomas. Revue de Medecine Veterinaire 123(12): 1563-1576

Pathomechanism and clinical signs of mould sensitization in the asthmoid bronchitis syndrome of young children. Acta Allergologica 29(4): 297-307

Pathomorphological and immunomorphological changes in the abomasum in sheep with experimental ostertagiosis and haemonchosis. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Gel' mintologii 18: 17-26

Pathomorphological and ultrastructural studies on Marek's disease in fowls. Izvestiya na Instituta po Obshcha i Sravnitelna Patologiya, Sofia 14: 73-88

Pathomorphological changes in organs caused by diethylstilboestrol in rats on different diets. Arkhiv Patologii 35(9): 49-55

Pathomorphological changes in sheep under chronic poisoning with dicresyl and Trolene. Veterinariya, Moscow, USSR (7): 88-90

Pathomorphological evaluation of techniques of partial castration. Veterinariya, Moscow (5): 102-104

Pathomorphological studies on piglets experimentally infected with a vaccine strain of Herpes suum virus. Zentralblatt für Veterinarmedizin. Reihe B. Journal of Veterinary Medicine. Series B 20(7): 533-539

Pathomorphology and pathogenesis of streptococcal abortion in cattle.. Zentralblatt Fur Veterinarmedizin 18B(Heft 8): 610-616

Pathomorphology of Toxocara infection in a non-specific host, swine. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Gel' mintologii 19: 187-193

Pathomorphology of certain virus pneumonias in calves, pigs and sheep. Patomorfologiya na nyakom virusni pnevmonii: 226

Pathomorphology of human adiaspiromycosis. Arkhiv Patologii 35(2): 65-69

Pathomorphology of internal organs of piglets with foot and mouth disease. Veterinariya, Moscow (5): 61-62

Pathophysiological action of Neguvon (trichlorphon) in fowls. I. Effect on certain clinical and haematological values. Annales de Medecine Veterinaire 117(Fasc.3): 183-192

Pathophysiological and toxicological aspects of Schistosoma mansoni infection in Mastomys natalensis under treatment with Hycanthone. Zeitschrift für Tropenmedizin und Parasitologie 24(4): 487-499

Pathophysiological aspects of acute poisoning by Neguvon in fowls. Annales de Medecine Veterinaire 119(3): 189-197

Pathophysiological aspects of nutritional metabolic adaptations and their possible role as a risk factor. Ceskoslovenska Gynekologie 27(5): 331-336

Pathophysiological aspects of transport stress in pigs. I. Temperature regulation, circulation, water metabolism. Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin 29(Heft 2): 56-63

Pathophysiological aspects of transport stress in pigs. II. Oxygen supply and energy production of muscles. Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin 29(Heft 5): 169-176

Pathophysiological aspects of undirectional water and sodium transport in calf intestine. Annales de Recherches Veterinaires 4(1): 125-133

Pathophysiological changes in the foetal lamb with growth retardation. Foetal and neonatal physiology: 398-402

Pathophysiological changes resulting from intravenous injection of ovine hydatid cyst fluid to sheep. British Journal of Experimental Pathology 55(1): 33-37

Pathophysiological investigations of Schistosoma mansoni infection in Mastomys natalensis under chemotherapy with a nitrovinylfuran derivative (SQ 18.506). Tropenmedizin und Parasitologie 25(1): 66-74

Pathophysiological investigations on isolated roots of Scots pine infected by Fomitopsis annosa (Fr.) Karst. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSSR, Biologicheskaya (2): 177-188

Pathophysiology af gastrointestinal nematode infections in the ruminant. Proceedings of the Australian Society of Animal Production 10: 139-147

Pathophysiology of Himalayan endemic goiter. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 27(1): 96-103

Pathophysiology of Salmonella diarrhea in the Rhesus monkey: Intestinal transport, morphological and bacteriological studies. Gastroenterology 67(1): 59-70

Pathophysiology of aortic valve insufficiency in the horse. Berliner und Munchener Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 85(Heft 23): 441-448

Pathophysiology of cestode infections: effect of Hymenolepis diminuta on oxygen tensions, pH and gastrointestinal function. International Journal for Parasitology 4(3): 277-292

Pathophysiology of chronic communicating hydrocephalus in dogs (Canis familiaris). Experimental studies. Journal of the Neurological Sciences 24(2): 151-178

Pathophysiology of experimental glomerulonephritis in rats. Journal of Clinical Investigation 53(5): 1402-1423

Pathophysiology of infectious hematopoietic necrosis virus disease in rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri): early changes in blood and aspects of the immune response after infection of IHN virus. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada 31(8): 1371-1378

Pathophysiology of infectious hematopoietic necrosis virus disease in rainbow trout: hematological and blood chemical changes in moribund fish. Infection and Immunity 11(1): 171-179

Pathophysiology of mucoid enteritis (coli enterotoxaemia) in the rabbit. I. Water, electrolyte and acid-base balance. Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja 29(5): 348-351

Pathophysiology of mucoid enteritis (coli enterotoxaemia) in the rabbit. II. Changes in carbohydrate metabolism. Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja 29(10): 679-683

Pathophysiology of ovine schistosomiasis. IV. Effects of experimental Schistosoma mattheei infection on the nitrogen status and digestive efficiency of the host. Journal of Comparative Pathology 83(4): 559-568

Pathophysiology of single and challenge infections of Haemonchus contortus in merino sheep: studies on red cell kinetics and the self-cure phenomenon. International Journal for Parasitology 5(2): 147-157

Pathophysiology of the gastric dilation-torsion complex in the dog. Journal of Small Animal Practice 15(12): 735-739

Pathophysiology of ureteral obstruction. American Journal of Physiology 225(4): 830-837

Pathophysiology of vitamin E deficiency in monkeys. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 27(10): 1130-1140

Pathotypes in perspective. Annals of Applied Biology 71(3): 296-300

Pathotypes of Heterodera avenae. Annals of Applied Biology 71(3): 267-271

Pathotypes of potato cyst nematode. Annals of Applied Biology 71(3): 263-266

Paths of penetration of the causal agent of loose smut of barley. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki Kazakhstana 17(6): 49-50

Paths through the tangle of estate duty law. Euro Farm Business 2(3): 30-33

Pathway of entry of carbon and the distribution and utilization of assimilates in single shoots. Grassland Research Institute, Hurley: Annual report 1972: 52-54

Pathway of infection of mosquito iridescent virus. I. Preliminary observations on the fate of ingested virus. Journal of Virology 8(6): 900-909

Pathways for assimilates in young leaves of soyabeans. Trudy Biologo Pochvennogo Instituta, Dal' nevostochnyi Nauchnyi Tsentr AN SSSR 20: 71-75

Pathways for losses of fertilizer nitrogen from a Rhodes grass pasture in south-eastern Queensland. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 26(2): 259-268

Pathways of anaerobic energy metabolism in helminths. Burt, MDB Editor Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society of Zoologists, 2-5 June, 1974: 11-14

Pathways of carbon fixation in green plants. Annual Review of Biochemistry 44: 123-145

Pathways of energy in photosynthesis. New York' s Food and Life Sciences Quarterly 6(4): 6-8

Pathways of leaf structure specialization in grasses of the tribe Triticeae Dum. Byulleten' Moskovskogo Obshchestva Ispytatelai Prirody, Otdel Biologicheskii 77(5): 103-114

Pathways of loss of dieldrin from soils under field conditions. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 19(2): 379-384

Pathways of nucleotide metabolism in schistosoma mansoni. V. Adenosine cleavage enzyme and effects of purine analogues on adenosine metabolism in vitro. Biochemical Pharmacology 23(3): 649-660

Pathways of nucleotide metabolism in Schistosoma mansoni. II. Disposition of adenosine by whole worms. Biochemical Pharmacology 22(4): 437-447

Pathways of nucleotide metabolism in Schistosoma mansoni. III. Identification of enzymes in cell-free extracts. Biochemical Pharmacology 22(4): 449-458

Pathways of nucleotide metabolism in Schistosoma mansoni. IV. Incorporation of adenosine analogs in vitro. Biochemical Pharmacology 22(4): 459-468

Pathways of oxidation of glucose in roots of wheat and rice seedlings under anaerobic conditions. Fiziologiya i Biokhimiya Kul' turnykh Rastenii 7(3): 270-274

Pathways of the action mechanism of the herbicide 2,4-D. Fiziologiya Rastenii 20(3): 603-609

Pathways of uptake and translocation of some soil-applied pesticides. Proceedings, 7th British Insecticide and Fungicide Conference 1973: 151-159

Pathways of utilization of nitrogen from ammonium salts in poultry. Fiziologo biokhimicheskie osnovy povysheniya produktivnosti sel' skokhozaistvennykh zhivotnykh: 265-272

Pathways of water exchange in the fetoplacental unit at mid-pregnancy. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of the British Commonwealth 79(12): 1099-1102

Patna rice cultivars in Uruguay - 1967/68 and 1969/70 harvests. Lavoura Arrozeira 25(267): 43-47

Patricin methyl ester, a semisynthetic polyene antibiotic. Experientia 28(12): 1515-1516

Patron-client relationships in Southern Italy. European Journal of Political Research 1(1): 3-34

Patronage and exploitation: changing agrarian relations in South Gujarat, India. Patronage and exploitation: changing agrarian relations in South Gujarat, India: xvi+287

Pattern and control of non-random arrangement of chromosomes in the somatic nucleus of common wheat. Genetics 74(2,II): s12

Pattern and diversity in swamp and dune vegetation, North Stradbroke Island. Australian Journal of Botany 23(2): 339-354

Pattern diversity in a Eucalyptus forest. Australian Journal of Botany 21(2): 247-251

Pattern of 14C-assimilates distribution in relation to their supply and demand in sunflower. 2. Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae 40(4): 653-667

Pattern of anthocyanin pigment in Indian collection of Panicum miliare. Andhra Agricultural Journal 1973; 18(3/4): 111-115

Pattern of anthocyanin pigmentation in Setaria italica Beauv. germ plasm. Andhra Agricultural Journal 18(5): 195-199

Pattern of binding of tritiated actinomycin D to Phaseolus coccineus polytene chromosomes. I. Nucleolus organizing chromosomes. Experimental Cell Research 75(1): 154-158

Pattern of blood plasma and urine magnesium in underfed lactating goats. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 42(11): 935-937

Pattern of consumer expenditure in Gujarat. Anvesak 1(2): 175-183

Pattern of disappearance of penicillin residue in the muscle, liver, blood and bile of growing meat-type chicks . Japanese Poultry Science 11(3): 106-113

Pattern of disease and accidents in Nigerian children of school age. Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 76(2): 28-35

Pattern of disposal of local and high yielding varieties of paddy in West Godavari district. Agricultural Situation in India 26(10): 709-712

Pattern of dry matter accumulation and distribution in finger millet genotypes in relation to levels of spacing and nitrogen. Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences 9(3): 372-378

Pattern of dry matter accumulation and nutrient yield in tall and dwarf varieties of wheat in relation to nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization. Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy, B 39(6): 719-726

Pattern of dry-matter accumulation in soybean as affected by nitrogen, inoculation and phosphorus fertilization. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 43(1): 62-66

Pattern of education and economic development: a case study of Gujarat. Anvesak 3(1/2): 177-188

Pattern of electrolyte leakage in downy mildew affected sorghum. Experientia 30(9): 1020-1021

Pattern of emergence of adult Japanese beetles from laboratory cultures. Journal of Economic Entomology 66(6): 1356

Pattern of free amino acids in rumen content and blood of sheep fed diet containing urea. Japanese Journal of Zootechnical Science 46(3): 146-153

Pattern of gastric emptying after vagotomy and pyloroplasty. British Medical Journal 2(5864): 448-450

Pattern of giving concentrate feeds to dairy cows. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki (8): 28-33

Pattern of glucose-14C catabolism in barley seedlings during vernalization. Plant and Cell Physiology 15(3): 559-562

Pattern of groundnut marketing in Punjab. Agricultural Marketing 15(2): 14-19

Pattern of growth response of bean, Phaseolus vulgaris L. to naphthenic and cyclohexanecarboxylic acids. Journal of Horticultural Science 50(3): 257-263

Pattern of hatch of eggs in the laboratory from field-trapped female Japanese beetles. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 68(1): 185-186

Pattern of income, investment, expenditure and savings of selected demonstration farms in Haryana. Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics 27(4): 11-19

Pattern of income, saving and investment in agriculture in eastern Uttar Pradesh. Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics 27(4): 30-36

Pattern of inheritance of growth and tillering of sorghum hybrids. Ylmy jazgylar Turkm univ (62): 56-65

Pattern of internal migration of males in India - inter-state and intra-state flows. Artha Vijnana 15(2): 161-179

Pattern of leadership in the rural co-operatives. Indian Co operative Review 9(2): 271-280

Pattern of luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) in bovine blood plasma after injection of a synthetic gonadotropin-releasing hormone (Gn-Rh). Theriogenology 1(4): 137-151

Pattern of milk consumption of Darwin school children. Food and Nutrition, Australia 31(11/12): 261-264

Pattern of new root production in peach trees under irrigation. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 23(6): 1021-1025

Pattern of oxytocin secretion from the neurohypophysis of goats during lactation. Izvestiya Akademi Nauk Kazakhskoi SSR, Seriya Biologicheskaya (3): 61-64

Pattern of protein-calorie malnutrition in young children attending an outpatient clinic in Baghdad. Lancet ii(7769): 143-146

Pattern of repetitive DNA of the chromosomes of Microtus agrestis. Chromosoma 36(3): 263-271

Pattern of resources of credit co-operatives in India. Indian Co operative Review 10(2): 223-241

Pattern of sodium excretion accompanying starvation. Metabolism 22(5): 675-683

Pattern of sucking in the infant rat during spontaneous milk ejection. Physiology and Behavior 15(3): 277-281

Pattern of variation in grain quality in the hybrids of rice (Oryza sativa L.). Madras Agricultural Journal 60(9/12): 1125-1128

Pattern of variation in plant attributes and yield in the hybrids of rice (Oryza sativa L.). Madras Agricultural Journal 60(9/12): 1118-1124

Pattern of variation in steepland soils: variation on a single slope. New Zealand Journal of Science 16(2): 413-434

Pattern of water availability and water requirement for grain sorghum production at Samaru, Nigeria. Tropical Agriculture 50(2): 89-100

Pattern recognition of soils and crops from space. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 41(4): 471-478

Pattern-induced flight orientation. Behavioural experiment on the fly Musca domestica. Naturwissenschaften 60(3): 122-138

Patterned ground in northern Finland. Terra 84(3): 132-142

Patterns and processes in the Townsville stylo-annual grass pasture ecosystem. Journal of Applied Ecology 10(2): 463-478

Patterns in annual vegetation and soil microrelief in an arid region of Western Australia. Journal of Ecology 62(1): 115-126

Patterns in the accumulation of aflatoxins in wheat, rye and rice grain. Mikrobiologichnii Zhurnal 36(3): 304-309

Patterns in the distribution of Phlebotomines of the genus Phlebotomus in colonies of the great gerbil in the Karshinskaya steppe. Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni 43(4): 423-428

Patterns in the distribution of Phlebotomines of the genus Phlebotomus in settlements of the Karshinskaya steppe. Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni 43(4): 428-434

Patterns in the evolution of amentiferous fruits. Brittonia 25(4): 371-384

Patterns in the growth of Scots Pine. Zakonomernosti rosta sosny: 168

Patterns in the inheritance of the type of branching in Soviet fine-fibred cotton. Genet issled khlopchatnika: 87-90

Patterns in the numbers of air-borne conidia of apple powdery mildew, Podosphaera leucotricha (Ell. and Ev.) Salm., and their relevance to control measures. New Zealand Journal of Experimental Agriculture 3(3): 267-270

Patterns in the population dynamics of forest insects. Lesovedenie (3): 27-42

Patterns in the red imported fire ant settlement of a Louisiana pasture: some demographic parameters, interspecific competition and food sharing. Environmental Entomology 3(5): 755-760

Patterns in the spatial distribution of the trees in Scots Pine stands in Lithuania. Lesnoi Zhurnal 16(5): 33-37

Patterns of FSH and LH secretion in the developing ram: the influence of castration and replacement therapy with testosterone propionate. Biology of Reproduction 7(1): 47-54

patterns of LH, FSH and testosterone levels in the developing ram. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 43(2): 378-379

Patterns of albumin and general protein synthesis in rat liver as revealed by gel electrophoresis. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 269(3): 477-484

Patterns of ammonia volatilization from a forest soil. Plant and Soil 38(2): 257-265

Patterns of animal disease. Patterns of animal disease: 184

Patterns of annual xylem increment integrated by contour presentation. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 3(1): 105-111

Patterns of anthocyanin inheritance in rice. II. A case of spurious linkage between colour genes of stigma and glumes. Current Science 41(13): 498-499

Patterns of anthocyanin inheritance in rice. III. Japan-1 X T-433. Research Journal of Mahatma Phule Agricultural University 4(1): 32-37

Patterns of attack by the eastern juniper bark beetle, Phloeosinus dentatus and some common associates. Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society 10(1): 37-42

Patterns of behaviour in hystricomorph rodents. The biology of hystricomorph rodents: 171-209

Patterns of bile acids and microflora in the human small intestine. 1. Bile acids. Gastroenterology 64(1): 26-33

Patterns of change for various biochemical constituents detected in well population screening. Clinica Chimica Acta 41: 375-387

Patterns of comfort behaviour and activity in domestic fowls: a comparison between cages and pens. British Veterinary Journal 130(1): 23-33

Patterns of consumption among the agricultural population. Wies Wspolczesna 17(1 (191)): 57-65

Patterns of copulatory behavior in male mammals. Quarterly Review of Biology 47(1): 1-33

Patterns of crop combination in the three eastern States of Nigeria. Journal of Tropical Geography 33: 62-72

Patterns of crop land - use in Uttar Pradesh. Deccan Geographer 10(1): 1-17

Patterns of development in hybrid wheat populations obtained by crossing winter and spring forms (experiments carried out between 1951 and 1970). Metody selektsii s kh rast v Moldavii: 37-45

Patterns of development of livestock. Zakonomernosti razvitiya sel' skokhozyaistvennykh zhivotnykh: 224

Patterns of distribution in the Combretaceae. Taxonomy, phytogeography and evolution: 307-323

Patterns of distribution of Palay harvest in the Philippines 1956, 1968, 1970 and 1971. Journal of Agricultural Economics and Development 2(2): 323-339

Patterns of distribution of bacteria on root surfaces. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 6(4): 205-209

Patterns of distribution of the tick Ixodes trianguliceps Birula on its hosts. Journal of Animal Ecology 44(2): 451-474

Patterns of dry matter distribution during development of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas). Journal of Horticultural Science 48(1): 11-17

Patterns of emergence of several important arable weed species. Weed Control in the Northern Environment; Proceedings of a Symposium held 1974, Edinburgh (British Crop Protection Monograph 9): 121-135

Patterns of endothermy in bumblebee queens, drones and workers. Journal of Comparative Physiology 77: 65-79

Patterns of enzyme activity as indicators of the physiological status of plants in a state of mineral deficiency. Berichte der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft 86(10/12): 505-512

Patterns of extended reproduction. Ekonomika Sel' skogo Khozyajstva (2): 23-32

Patterns of food utilization by the germinating lettuce seeds. Plant Physiology 53(1): 64-66

Patterns of free amino acids and related compounds in the larval, pupal and adult tissues of the fruit fly Zapronius vittigera (Diptera). Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Nigeria 3(1): 27-31

Patterns of genetic differentiation in natural populations of wild oats. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 33(10): 4675-4676

Patterns of histoplasmosis among children. Histoplasmosis Proceedings of the Second National Conference: 236-243

Patterns of immune response in chronic pulmonary histoplasmosis. Journal of Infectious Diseases 125(3): 269-275

Patterns of infection by Armillariella mellea in Pinus sylvestris plantations. European Journal of Forest Pathology 5(2): 65-82

Patterns of inheritance in the midpiece length of mouse spermatozoa. The genetics of the spermatozoon Proceedings, International Symposium, Edinburgh, 16-20 August, 1971: 116-120

Patterns of inheritance of susceptibility in sweet corn to acute ozone injury under field conditions. HortScience 9(3, II): 279

Patterns of interaction between plant husbandry and plant breeding. Bericht uber die Arbeitstagung 1971 der "Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Saatzuchtleiter": 3-12

Patterns of investment in farm machinery and equipment. Economic and Political Weekly 7(40): A113-A124

Patterns of leadership in a rural Malay community. Asian Survey 15(5): 407-421

Patterns of leaf rust development on triticale. Research Bulletin (24): 44-48

Patterns of living related to income poverty in disadvantaged families. A casebook. Special Report, Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station (74): 101

Patterns of maximum and minimum air and soil temperatures near a forest edge. Archiv fur Meteorologie, Geophysik und Bioklimatologie, B 20(3/4): 285-298

Patterns of nitrogen mineralization in the forest floor of stands of Pinus radiata on different soils. Journal of Ecology 63(2): 615-625

Patterns of nitrogen release in paddy soils predicted by an incubation method. JARQ [Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly] 8(3): 137-141

Patterns of nitrogen utilization between the ambrosia beetle Xyleborus dispar and its symbiotic fungus. Journal of Insect Physiology 19(3): 593-605

Patterns of nitrogen utilization in the soybean. Planta 127(2): 133-147

Patterns of occupational mobility among the rural male population of Michigan. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 34(3): 1378

Patterns of ovulation-inducing LH release following coitus, electrical stimulation and exogenous LH-RH in the rabbit. Endocrinology 95(1): 247-252

Patterns of parallel evolution of leaf form in New World Oaks. Taxon 23(1): 129-154

Patterns of peroxidases and differentiation in Sinapis alba. Phytomorphology 1974; 23(1/2): 43-52

Patterns of personal income distribution of arecanut farmers in the Malnad region of Mysore state. Southern Economic Review 3(1): 23-37

Patterns of phenoxy herbicide translocation in bean seedlings. Weed Science 22(1): 18-22

Patterns of phylogenetic differentiation in the tribe Triticeae. Seiken Ziho Seiken Jiho 24(1-3): 11-31

Patterns of prolactin secretion in the rat, measured by radioimmunoassay. Immunology of reproduction Proceedings of the Second International Symposium held in Varna, Bulgaria, September 13-16, 1971: 646-651

Patterns of protein feeding and the biosynthesis of vitamin A from carotene in rats. Journal of Nutrition 103(8): 1112-1118

Patterns of protein synthesis in Lolium temulentum (L.). 1. Changes occurring during leaf development. Journal of Experimental Botany 23(75): 490-501

Patterns of protein synthesis in Lolium tumulentum (L.). 2. During seed development. Journal of Experimental Botany 23(75): 502-510

Patterns of pulmonary histoplasmosis. Journal of the Maine Medical Association 65(2): 35-39

Patterns of reproduction in a laboratory colony of Peromyscus. Journal of Mammalogy 54(2): 523-528

Patterns of reproduction in five sheep breeds under extensive husbandry. South African Journal of Animal Science 5(1): 37-43

Patterns of salt distribution under trickle irrigation. Ecological Studies IV Physical Aspects of Soil Water and Salts in Ecosystems Hadas, A; Swartzendruber, D; Rijtema, PE; Fuchs, M; Yaron, B Editors: 389-394

Patterns of satisfaction among rural youth (II). Wies Wspolczesna 19(9(223)): 75-85

Patterns of secondary growth and a revision of the systematics of in Microcotyloidea and Gastrocotylidae (Monogenoidea). Records of the Zoological Survey of India 1971; 65(1/4): 17-88

Patterns of shoot and root growth in rice seedlings germinating under water. Journal of Applied Ecology 11(2): 685-690

Patterns of soil moisture depletion in a mixed Oak stand. Forest Science 19(1): 23-30

Patterns of some diseases transmissible from animals to man - a review. Community Health 6(3): 161-167

Patterns of sperm transport in relation to fertility. Riproduzione animale e fecondazione artificiale: 107-123

Patterns of stand density for cotton cv. Tashkent 1. Khlopkovodstvo (3): 18-19

Patterns of syntheses during internodal growth of Pisum stems. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenphysiologie 74(1): 1-13

Patterns of the variation of the common liver-fluke (Fasciola sp.) in Japan. IV. Comparative studies on the external form, size of egg and number of eggs in the uterus of fluke in pig and horse. Japanese Journal of Parasitology 23(4): 207-212

Patterns of translocation of 14C-labelled assimilates during vegetative growth of Agropyron repens (L.) Beauv. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenphysiologie 73(5): 405-414

Patterns of translocation, respiratory loss, and redistribution of 14C in maize labeled after flowering. Crop Science 13(3): 371-376

Patterns of trauma in urban dogs and cats: a study of 1,000 cases. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 164(5): 499-502

Patterns of urbanization in West Malaysia, 1911-1970. Malayan Economic Review 17(2): 114-120

Patterns of use of a flood plain by Zambian mammals. Ecological Monographs 41(3): 179-205

Patterns of utilization of deep water by weeping lovegrass (Eragrostis curvula Nees) on a regosol soil of the semi-arid pampas region. Revista de Investigaciones Agropecuarias, 3 Clima y Suelo 9(2): 61-70

Patterns of water movement in trees and shrubs. Ecology 53(3): 520-523

Patterns of water uptake and root distribution of soybeans (Glycine max) in the presence of a water table. Agronomy Journal 64(3): 292-297

Patterns of wood density distribution and growth rate in Ponderosa Pine. Proceedings, Symposium on the Effect of Growth acceleration on the Properties of Wood, Madison, Wis 1971: H1-H16

Patulin from Penicillium expansum in stone fruits and pears. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 99(3): 262-265

Patulin production in apples decayed by Penicillium expansum. Applied Microbiology 26(1): 124-125

Patulin production in apples stored in a controlled atmosphere. Journal - Association of Official Analytical Chemists 58(5): 912-914

Patulin toxicosis in poultry. Poultry Science 51(6): 2097-2098

Patulin, a carcinogenic mycotoxin found in cider. Nutrition Reviews 32(2): 55-56

Paul Parey, publishers for agriculture, veterinary medicine, horticulture, biology, ethology, plant and environmental protection, forestry, hunting, shooting and fishing, and equestrian sports. Complete catalogue, 1848-1972. Paul Parey Verlag fur Landwirtschaft, Veterinarmedizin, Gartenbau, Biologie, Verhaltensforschung, Pflanzen und Umweltschutz, Forstwesen Jagd, Fischerei, Pferdesport 1848-1972 Gesamtkatalog: xxxvi + 707

Paulownia fargesii Franch. (family: Scrophulariaceae) as a new host plant for several plant viruses. Acta Phytopathologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 8(1/2): 165-173

Paulownia tomentosa in Ashkhabad. Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada (83): 23-25

Paurodontus indicus sp. nov. and Boleodorus teres sp. nov. (Nematoda: Tylenchida) from India. Bulletin of Entomology 1972; 11(2): 138-142

Pauropoda and Symphyla from the Pyrenees. Revue d' Ecologie et de Biologie du Sol 10(1): 130-149

Paw necrosis (a neurotropic, hereditary osteopathy). A new disease of puppies of the Pointer breed. Tierarztliche Praxis 2(Heft 2): 225-230

Paxillus involutus poisoning. Wiadomosci Lekarskie 25(20): 1901-1902

Paxilon for onions - a long term residual herbicide with contact action. AgTec (Spring): 34-36

Pay packages and employment conditions of farm employees in eastern Iowa. Dissertation Abstracts International A 33(10): 5379

Paying Europe's farmers when inflation calls the tune. Economist 252(6834): 61-67

Payment based on milk protein content. Nordisk Mejeriindustri 2(2): 56-57, 61

Payment dependent on results in Bulgarian agricultural production co-operatives. Internationale Zeitschrift der Landwirtschaft (2): 152-157

Payment for milk according to fat and SNF contents. Schweizerische Milchzeitung 101(81; 82): 639-640; 645

Payment for milk in France in 1970-72. Study of producers in 23 departements. Paiement du lait en France 1970-72 Enquete effectuee aupres des producteurs dans 23 departements: ix+452; 163

Payment for milk in terms of composition and quality. Bulletin Technique d' Information (291): 487-494

Payment for milk on quality. Agricultural Studies, FAO (89): 82

Payment for milk on the basis of composition and quality. Bulletin Technique d' Information (291): 487-494

Payment for milk. I. The non-protein solids-not-fat of milk. New Zealand Journal of Science and Technology 7(3): 77-80

Payment for milk. II. Relationship between net value of milk supplies and pay-out calculated by different methods. New Zealand Journal of Science and Technology 7(3): 80-91

Payment for milk. III. Proposals for an alternative system of payment for milk. New Zealand Journal of Science and Technology 7(3): 92-94

Payment for milk. IV. Simplification of the milk payment formula. New Zealand Journal of Dairy Technology 8(3): 101-108

Payment for milk. V. Some further observations. New Zealand Journal of Dairy Science and Technology 9(3): 122-126

Payments arrangements for less developed countries: the role of foreign assistance. Discussion Paper, Department of State Agency for International Development (26): 56

Payments for timber, and principles for their improvement. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo (8): 26-30

Payzone (nitrovin) as a growth promoter for bacon pigs. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica 24(2): 93-98

Payzone in SPF pigs. Landwirtschaftliche Forschung 28(II Sonderheft): 25-30

Payzone nitrovin for pigs. Toxicity and weight gain on diets with normal and five times normal doses of nitrovin. Suinicoltura 15(1): 35-39

Pb absorption and effect on N-metabolism of plants. Plant Analysis and Fertilizer Problems, Volume 1 Proceedings of the 7th International Colloquium on Plant Analysis and Fertilizer Problems, Institut fur Pflanzenernahrung, Hanover, 1974 Wehrmann, J Editor: 1-11

Pea. An Foras Taluntais: Irish Re ic, An Foras Taluntais: Annual report 1972-73: 56

Pea. Department of Scientfiic and Industrial Research, New Zealand: Report for the year ended 31 March 1970: 63

Pea Growing Research Organization Limited Annual Report 1972. Pea Growing Research Organization Limited Annual Report 1972: 86

Pea beans. Alternate crop for eastern South Dakota. South Dakota Farm and Home Research 25(1): 38-39

Pea breeding at the Uladovo-Lyulintsy station. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (5): 32-33

Pea breeding today. Sveriges Utsadesforenings Tidskrift 82(6): 344-358

Pea cropping in Canterbury. New Zealand Journal of Agriculture 126(1): 53-55

Pea cyst eelworm. Advisory Leaflet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (462 [Amended]): 4

Pea enation mosaic virus resistance among commercial breeding lines of Pisum sativum. Plant Disease Reporter 59(11): 895-899

Pea leaf dihydroxy-acetone phosphate dehydrogenase. Plant Physiology 49(Suppl.): 24

Pea leaf glutamine synthetase: regulatory properties. Plant Physiology 55(6): 968-974

Pea leaf roll virus: transmission by aphids to pulse crops in Iran. Journal of Economic Entomology 66(6): 1331-1332

Pea midge. Advisory Leaflet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (594): 4

Pea mitochondrial lipids and their oxidation during mitochondria swelling. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 25(10): 1285-1305

Pea moth. Advisory Leaflet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (334): 3

Pea mutants obtained by injection. Indutsirovanie mutatsii biol mutagenami: 87-90

Pea seed viability in relation to bleaching. Proceedings of the Association of Official Seed Analysts 63: 51-58

Pea symptomless virus, a newly recognized strain of red clover mottle virus. Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology 78(5): 204-211

Pea varieties suitable for green fodder. 1971 evi orazagos fajtakiserletek: 301-321

Pea variety Ujmajori korai Viktoria. Acta Agronomica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 22(3/4): 443-444

Pea weevil, Bruchus pisorum (L.)(Coleoptera, Bruchidae) infesting Vicia faba L. in Iraq. Acta Entomologica Bohemoslovaca 68(6): 365-371

Pea wilt - a disease under control but one worth watching. Grower 77(18): 978-979

Pea wilt caused by Fusarium. Biologico 38(3): 91-92

Pea yield components. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 46(1): 146-159

Pea, bean and clover weevils. Advisory Leaflet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (61): 4

Pea, bean, tomato and cucumber varieties for processing. Revista de Horticultura si Viticultura 20(8): 10-16

Pea-root exudates and their effect upon root-nodule bacteria. Mededelingen Landbouwhogeschool Wageningen (72-27): 90

Peace River cow-calf enterprise study. [Publication] Marketing Division, Alberta Department of Agriculture (AGDEX 821-420): 33

Peach. Agricultural and Technical Services: South Africa, Agricultural and Technical Services: Annual report 1971-1972: vi + 270

Peach. Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station: 83rd annual report, 1970: 125

Peach and apricot: new fruit crops in Latvia. Latv univ Botan darzs 18: 93-104

Peach and nectarine varieties for New York State. New York' s Food and Life Sciences Bulletin (34): 6

Peach and peach juice as a nutrient substrate for Cryptococcus neoformans (with comments on some observations of F. Sanfelice in 1894). Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, Erste Abteilung Originale, A 224(1): 120-127

Peach borer control with an extended spray schedule. Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society 8(4): 303-306

Peach breeding in the Western Cape. Technical Communication, Department of Agricultural Technical Services, Re ic of South Africa (129): 4

Peach decline and its control. Kerteszet es Szoleszet 23(13): 4

Peach decline in relation to stem pitting virus disease. Informatore Fitopatologico 24(5): 5-8

Peach flowering response as related to time of gibberellin application. HortScience 7(4): 389-390

Peach fruit abscission as influenced by applied gibberellin and seed development. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 97(6): 708-711

Peach green budding and forcing in a PVC tunnel. Informatore Agrario 30(29): 16505-16507

Peach growing for industrial use in Sicily. Italia Agricola 109(12): 1397-1406

Peach growing in Sicily: varietal considerations. Italia Agricola 110(3): 349-354

Peach irrigation in Florida. Proceedings of the 85th Annual Meeting of the Florida State Horticultural Society: 313-316

Peach leaf curl in Kumaon and its control. Progressive Horticulture1973; 4(3/4): 5-8

Peach orchard fumigation. Circular, Clemson University Extension Service (542): 7

Peach rootstock resistance to the common peach tree borer, Aegeria exitiosa Say. HortScience 10(2): 144

Peach rootstock/scion hardiness effects. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 99(3): 231-234

Peach rosette mosaic virus, symptomatology and nematodes associated with grapevine 'degeneration' in Michigan. Phytopathology 64(9): 1174-1178

Peach rosette: the morphology of an associated mycoplasmalike organism and the chemotherapy of the disease. Phytopathology 65(8): 864-870

Peach rosetting and decline disease. Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales 83(6): 310-311

Peach seed dormancy in relation to endogenous inhibitors and applied growth substances. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 97(5): 651 - 654

Peach seedling responses to dichlobenil. HortScience 7(3): 257-258

Peach seedling weed control as part of a Prunus stem pitting control system. HortScience 9(6): 588-590

Peach stem pitting: preliminary communication. Rastitelna Zashchita 21(11): 34-37

Peach tree decline in Georgia - causes and treatments. Proceedings of the 91st Annual Meeting, Arkansas State Horticultural Society, 1970: 65-66

Peach tree decline in Georgia. Control of peach tree decline in established orchards. Research Bulletin, College of Agriculture Experiment Stations, University of Georgia (77): 31-34

Peach tree decline in Georgia. Control of root pathogens in peach tree decline sites. Research Bulletin, College of Agriculture Experiment Stations, University of Georgia (77): 23-29

Peach trees on their own roots. Sbornik Trudov Molodykh Uchenykh, Nauchno Issledovatel' skii Institut Sadovodstva, Vinogradarstva i Vinodeliya, Gruzinskaya SSR 2: 18-25

Peach twig borer: field use of a synthetic sex pheromone. Journal of Economic Entomology 68(3): 358-360

Peach varieties and agricultural practices in Bulgaria. Postizheniya v ovoshcharstvoto na NRB i Mold SSR: 175-185

Peach varieties with male sterility. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 52: 83

Peach variety performance. Publication, College of Agriculture, University of Kentucky (HO-6): 6

Peach-almond hybrids, promising rootstocks. Sadovodstvo, Vinogradarstvo i Vinodelie Moldavii (12): 28-29

Peaches. Advances in fruit breeding Temperate fruits: 285-335

Peaches for preserving - the variety Capdeboscq. Boletim Tecnico, Instituto de Pesquisas Agropecuarias do Sul, Pelotas (93): 8-10

Peaches for preserving - the variety Cerrito. Boletim Tecnico, Instituto de Pesquisas Agropecuarias do Sul, Pelotas (93): 15-16

Peaches for preserving - the variety Convenio. Boletim Tecnico, Instituto de Pesquisas Agropecuarias do Sul, Pelotas (93): 5-7

Peaches for preserving - the variety Diamante. Boletim Tecnico, Instituto de Pesquisas Agropecuarias do Sul, Pelotas (93): 11-14

Peaches for processing. Informatore Agrario 28(35): 10051-10054

Peaches for processing. 1 Organoleptic properties of some new cultivars. Italia Agricola 109(3): 317-376

Peaches for processing. 1. Organoleptic characteristics of some new varieties. Italia Agricola 109(3): 371-376

Peaches for processing. 2. Some new good-quality peaches. Italia Agricola 109(3): 377-390

Peaches for processing. A cooperative study of the agronomic and technological characteristics of cultivars in Italy. Pesche da industria Indagine collegiale sul comportamento agronomico e tecnologico delle cultivar in Italia: 136

Peaches in protected cultivation. Italia Agricola 110(1): 107-116

Peak yield and days to attain peak yield in Brown Swiss crossbred (Karan-Swiss) cows. Indian Journal of Dairy Science 27(1): 58-61

Peanut Science. Peanut Science:

Peanut accessions resistant to seed infection by Aspergillus flavus. Agronomy Journal 65(4): 560-562

Peanut breeding. Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University (P695): 46-47

Peanut growing - 3. Queensland Agricultural Journal 98(12): 639-644

Peanut herbicide trial. Annual Report, Division of Land Research, CSIRO 1970-71: 36

Peanut hulls as a source of roughage in cattle finishing diets. Research Bulletin, Department of Animal Science, Georgia Coastal Plain Station (154): 23

Peanut in Japan. Tropical Agriculture Research Series (6): 169-178

Peanut leaf spot and rust control on peanuts. Journal American Peanut Research and Education Association, Inc 3(1): 96-101

Peanut mottle virus in East Africa. Annals of Applied Biology 74(2): 171-179

Peanut mottle virus in peanuts, navy beans and soybeans. Queensland Agricultural Journal 99(12): 635-637

Peanut plants from single de-embryonated cotyledons or cotyledonary fragments. HortScience 9(5): 462

Peanut pod rot disease control. Journal of the American Peanut Research and Education Association, Inc 5(1): 189-191

Peanut rust in Australia. Plant Disease Reporter 57(9): 803

Peanut rust on the Atherton Tableland. Queensland Agricultural Journal 100(3): 108-110

Peanut rust: a review of literature. Journal, American Peanut Research and Education Association, Inc 3(1): 111-121

Peanut stunt virus in crownvetch. Phytopathology 65(3): 321-324

Peanut stunt virus isolated from beans in Japan. Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 39(1): 67-72

Peanut stunt virus isolated from soybeans, Glycine max Merr. Bulletin of the Tohoku National Agricultural Experiment Station (47): 1-12

Peanut variety development testing. Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University (P-702): 2-7

Peanut yields following defoliation to assimilate insect damage. Journal of the American Peanut Research and Education Association, Inc 5(1): 141-142

Peanuts - Culture and uses. A symposium. Peanuts Culture and uses A symposium: 684

Peanuts research. Department of Agriculture, Fiji: Fiji, Department of Agriculture: Report for the year 1972: 11

Peanuts resistant to seed invasion by Aspergillus flavus. Oleagineux 28(2): 85-86, xxv, xxvii, xxix

Peanuts with the consumer in mind. Manuf Confect (November): 24-27

Peanuts. A limited review of some worldwide laboratory and field research. Peanuts A limited review of some worldwide laboratory and field research: 32

Peanuts. Foiling the fall armyworm. Agricultural Research, USA 20(8): 11

Peanuts: a limited review of some worldwide laboratory and field research. Peanuts: a limited review of some worldwide laboratory and field research: 32

Pear. Canada, Department of Agriculture: Research Branch Report 1973 II Fruit and vegetable crops: 366

Pear. New York State Agricultural Experiment Station: Eighty ninth annual report, 1970: 40

Pear Psyllids. Phytoma 27(265): 19-23

Pear and cherry slugworm. Advisory Leaflet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food 3(84): 3

Pear aphids of the genus Dysaphis C.B. (Homoptera, Aphididae) - two-host species. Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 53(1): 38-53

Pear as a host of the oriental fruit moth in California. Journal of Economic Entomology 65(4): 1212-1213

Pear blast in Chile. Plant Disease Reporter 58(6): 568-570

Pear blast in Connecticut. Plant Disease Reporter 58(1): 40-41

Pear breeding at East Malling. Proceedings of the symposium on "Pear Growing", September 4th-8th-1972: 41-50

Pear breeding by hybridization at Angers Research Station. Proceedings of the symposium on "Pear Growing", September 4th-8th-1972: 79-92

Pear breeding for resistance to the pear psylla. HortScience 7(3, II): 327

Pear cultivars, promising for intensive culture. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 50(2): 147-152

Pear decline. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Obst und Weinbau 110(12): 297-301

Pear decline accompanied with mycoplasmalike organisms in Czechoslovakia. Biologia Plantarum 16(6): 474-475

Pear decline in plantations in the Valle del Ebro. Anales del Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agrarias, Proteccion Vegetal (3): 147-205

Pear fertilization under conditions of the humid sub-tropics of the Krasnodar territory. Khimiya v Sel' skom Khozyaistve 10(6): 25-26

Pear fire blight control tests, 1973. California Agriculture 28(4): 4-6

Pear fruit rot caused by Coremiella cubispora. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 62(1): 206-208

Pear growing in Turkey and some important local varieties. Compte Rendu du Symposium "Culture du Poirier" 4-8 Septembre 1972: 61-66

Pear growing in Turkey and some important local varieties. Proceedings of the symposium on "Pear Growing", September 4th-8th-1972: 61-66

Pear growth dynamics and the phenomenon of chlorosis in the ecological conditions of Ravni Kotari. Jugoslovensko Vocarstvo 6(19-20): 439-457

Pear leaf blister mite. Advisory Leaflet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (35): 2

Pear midge. Advisory Leaflet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (26): 3

Pear orchards do well after thinning the trees. Informatore Agrario 29(37): 13580-13581

Pear productivity on calcareous soils. Sadovodstvo, Vinogradarstvo i Vinodelie Moldavii (8): 14-16

Pear rootstock trials on two soil types. Orchardist of New Zealand 45(11): 420, 423, 425, 427

Pear storage. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 46(2): 111-114

Pear tree nutrition. 2. The effect of autumn urea sprays on the nitrogen content of leaves and flower buds in the cultivar Moltke. Meldinger fra Norges Landbrukshoegskole 51(34): 6

Pear trees on highly calcareous soils in the Crimea. Trudy Gosudarstvennogo Nikitskogo Botanicheskogo Sada 65: 37-65

Pear trellis rust in British Columbia. British Columbia Department of Agriculture, Canada: 8

Pear varieties. Aboriculture Fruitiere 21(242; 243): 31-35; 39-43

Pear varieties in Spain. Anales de la Estacion Experimental de Aula Dei 11(1-2): 200-266

Pearl glands in Carica papaya L. Current Science 43(10): 326

Pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum L.). Mexico, Division de Ciencias Agropecuarias y Maritimas, Instituto Tecnologico de Monterrey: 12th research report, 1969-70: XII informe de investigacion, 1969-1970: 56-57

Pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum), a new crop in Mexico. XIII Informe de investigacion, 1971-1972, Division de Ciencias Agropecuarias y Maritimas, Instituto Tecnologico de Monterrey: ; 42-43

Pearl millet (Pennisetum typhoides). Review Series, Commonwealth Bureau of Pastures and Field Crops (1/1973): 70

Pearl millet, Pennisetum typhoides (Burm.) Stapf and Hubb.: research and observations in Florida-1888-1968. Proceedings, Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida 32: 25-29

Pearl millet, the topnotch forage crop. Farming in South Africa 48(3): 24-27

Pears. Bulletin, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (208): 71

Pears in modified atmosphere. Sadovodstvo (10): 20

Pears in polythene. Sadovodstvo (10): 21

Pears in the Crimea. Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Ordena Lenina Instituta Rastenievodstva imeni NI Vavilova (19): 74-75

Pears in the mountainous zone of Dagestan. Sadovodstvo (2): 13-14

Pears, breeding program and varieties. Nova Scotia Fruit Growers' Association: One hundred and eighth annual report, 1971: 103-105

Peartree nutrition. 2. Effect of postharvest urea sprays on the nitrogen content of leaves and flower buds of 'Moltke' pear trees. Scientific Reports, Agricultural University of Norway 51(34): 6

Peas. Gorokh : 312

Peas and green beans - post-emergence weed control with bentazone. Agricultural News from BASF (9): 15-16

Peas as a cover crop. Zemledelie (2): 42

Peas as a preceding crop for cereals. Zemledelie (4): 34-35

Peas as feed for fattening pigs. Shelled peas and shelled horse beans. Beretning fra Forsoegslaboratoriet (397): 47

Peas for fodder. Korma (2): 33-34

Peas for vining, aspects of profitability and mechanization of the crop in the East of Scotland. Bulletin, East of Scotland College of Agriculture (1): 30

Peas with limiting amino acids added - an important source of protein in feeds for turkey poults. Biologizace a Chemizace Vyzivy Zvirat 9(3): 243-230

Peas with supplements of amino acids in feeds for broilers. Biologizace a Chemizace Vyzivy Zvirat 8(1): 5-11

Peas, a horticultural crop with great possibilities in southern Chile. Boletin, Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias, Universidad Austral de Chile (17): 24

Peas.. Annual Report 1970, Horticultural Centre Loughgall: Uprichard, S D : Vegetables: ?; 16-17

Peas. A genetic study of characters, classification and varietal characteristics of varieties in the Official French catalogue. Annales de l' Amelioration des Plantes (Hors Ser.): 393

Peas. A horticultural crop of great potential for S. Chile. Boletin, Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias, Universidad Austral de Chile; (17): 24

Peas. Summary of research 1972. Peas Summary of research 1972: 130

Peas. Survey of research carried out in 1972. Erwten Overzicht van het onderzoek 1972: 131

Peas. Survey of the 1971 investigations. Erwten Overzicht van de opzoekingen 1971: 155

Peasant agriculture in Northwestern Dominican Republic. Journal of Tropical Geography 32: 1-10

Peasant agriculture in view of the necessity of modernization in an integrated production system. Zagadnienia Ekonomiki Rolnej (5/6): 33-42

Peasant classes and primordial loyalties. Journal of Peasant Studies 1(1): 23-62

Peasant economic behaviour: the case of traditional agricultural cooperation in China. Developing Economies 9(3): 332-349

Peasant families in structural change. A report of an investigation into the economic and social consequences for the agricultural population, of the development of regional and product centres of concentration. Materialsammlung der Agrarsoziale Gesellschaft (114): 96

Peasant farmers, farmers' associations and trade unions. Gewerkschaftliche Monatshefte 23(8): 484-494

Peasant farming and development of tourism in the Alpine area. Forderungsdienst 21(1): 7-11

Peasant farming: banana intercropping in Jamaica. Proceedings of the Association of American Geographers 5: 111-117

Peasant incomes and income differentials. Politikai Gazdasagtan 9: 3-26

Peasant migrations in Latin America: a survey of the literature in English. Peasant Studies Newsletter 3(2): 19-26

Peasant mobilization and land reform in Indonesia. Occasional Papers, Institute of Social Studies (18): 54

Peasant movements and agrarian problems in the West Indies. Caribbean Quarterly 18(1): 30-46

Peasant movements, social exchange, and power in Latin America: explorations of a theoretical model. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 33(7): 3817

Peasant participation in agrarian reform. Desarrollo Rural en las Americas 5(1): 37-51

Peasant rebellion and Communist revolution in Asia. Peasant rebellion and Communist revolution in Asia: 364

Peasant rice production: possible improvements. Les rizicultures paysannales Ameliorations possibles: 216

Peasant society and development in Ethiopia. Sociologia Ruralis 13(2): 172-193

Peasant society in Konku. A study of right and left subcastes in South India. Peasant society in Konku A study of right and left subcastes in South India: xix+334

Peasant type plantations and development in the south-east forest area: the example of Adzope departement. Bulletin de l' Association de Geographes Francais 51(415/416): 105-115

Peasant wars of the twentieth century. Peasant wars of the twentieth century: xix+328

Peasant what now? Contributions to the agrarian questions in the German Federal Republic. Bauer was nun? Beitrage zur Agrarfrage in der BRD: 80

Peasant workers. A conference on two professional rural populations. Chlopi robotnicy Konferencja na temat wiejskiej ludnosci dwuzawodowej: 231

Peasant-worker farms. Gospodarstwa chlopskogo robotnicze: 257

Peasant-workers' farms and part-time farming in the light of national census data. Postepy Nauk Rolniczych 21(5): 81-98

Peasantization and rural political movements in Western Africa. Archives Europeenes de Sociologie 13(2): 223-254

Peasantry at bay. Ceylon, Tunisia, Senegal. Paysannerie aux abois Ceylan Tunisie Senegal: 254

Peasantry: delineation of a sociological concept and a field study. Archives Europeenes de Sociologie 12(2): 289-300

Peasants against policy; rural organization in Brittany 1911-1974. Les paysans contre la politique L' organisation rurale en Bretagne, 1911-1974: 342

Peasants and labourers in southern Spain, Cuba, and highland Peru. Journal of Peasant Studies 1(2): 133-163

Peasants and peasant community. Wies Wspolczesna 17(10): 69-83

Peasants and politics. Journal of Peasant Studies 1(1): 3-22

Peasants and smugglers. Frontier trade between Peru and Bolivia. Inter American Economic Affairs 26(2): 35-50

Peasants in complex society. Peasants in complex society: 82

Peasants in revolt: a Chilean case study 1965-71. Peasants in revolt: a Chilean case study 1965-71: 154

Peasants in the Pacific. A study of Fiji Indian rural society. Peasants in the Pacific A study of Fiji Indian rural society (Ed. 2): xiv+233

Peasants in the cities: a paradox, a paradox, a most ingenious paradox. Human Organization 32(2): 135-142

Peasants of Europe, by a French peasant. Paysans d' Europe par un paysan francais: vii+512

Peasants on the beach. Actes de la Rech Sci Soc (2): 21-24

Peasants the rural petite bourgeoisie and the State after the agrarian reform in Iran. Annales Economies, Societes, Civilisations 27(2): 347-372

Peasants' attitude towards the past. Wies Wspolczesna 18(8(210)): 81-89

Peasants' view of other people. Methodology and analysis of seven French villages . L' image des autres chez les paysans Methodologie et analyse de sept villages francais: 220

Peasants, land reform and revolutionary movements. Peasants, land reform and revolutionary movements: 19

Peasants, power, and applied social change. Vicos as a model. Peasants, power, and applied social change Vicos as a model: 237

Peat as a growth medium. Meddelelser fra Det Norske Myrselskap (2): 11

Peat cutting in antiquity. Hedeselskabets Tidsskrift 94(5): 94-97

Peat decomposition under the influence of various organic and inorganic substances. Roczniki Gleboznawcze 23(1): 139-151

Peat in protected cropping. Scientific Horticulture1973; 24: 80-89

Peat mini-basin in tomato. Peat and plant yearbook 1971: 17

Peat moss or pine bark for woody ornamentals?. Mississippi Farm Research 35(6): 1, 7

Peat properties and unsaturated hydraulic conductivity of peat soils. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung and Bodenkunde 134(2): 125-135

Peat proves superior medium for Douglas-Fir seedling growth. Tree Planters' Notes 24(2): 6-7

Peat subsidence following drainage of a South Australian fen. Agricultural Record 1(1): 4-7

Peat, bark compost and brown coal as growing medium for greenhouse tomatoes. Acta Horticulturae (37): 2028-2031

Peat/sawdust mixture as a propagating medium. Combined Proceedings of the International Plant Propagators' Society, 1973 23: 384-387

Peaty soils in the Netherlands. Boor en Spade (18): 9-40

Pecan. Laboratoire d' Arboriculture Fruitiere, Tunisia: Annual report of the Fruit Tree Laboratory, 1971: 33

Pecan. HortScience 9: 437-441

Pecan nut propagation and nursery practices. Citrus and Sub tropical Fruit Journal (451): 29-30

Pecan nut quality, Effect of time of harvest on composition, sensory and quality characteristics. Journal of Food Science 40(6): 1260-1263

Pecan nutlet set and carbohydrate level of various tissues in the spring as affected by fungicide sprays. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 98(1): 68-71

Pecan pest control in South Carolina. Circular, Clemson University (484): 30

Pecan scab and powdery mildew suppression with extended interval applications of benomyl and triphenyltin hydroxide. Plant Disease Reporter 59(5): 448-451

Pecan shells as a roughage in steer rations and use of rib cut density in estimating energy gain. Journal of Animal Science 37(3): 858-862

Pecan weevil larval response to some temperatures while in the nut. Progress Report, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, USA (PR-3176): 3

Pecan weevil sex attractant: bioassay and chemical studies. Journal of Insect Physiology 19(10): 2063-2071

Pecan weevil: an improved method of sampling populations in pecan trees. Journal of Economic Entomology 66(2): 519-520

Pecan weevil: feeding and initial oviposition as related to nut development. Journal of Economic Entomology 68(1): 4-6

Pecan weevil: suppression of larvae with the fungi Metarrhizium anisopliae and Beauveria bassiana and the nematode Neoaplectana dutkyi. Journal of Economic Entomology 66(3): 723-725

Pecan weevil: toxicity of insecticides in laboratory tests. Journal of Economic Entomology 66(2): 497-498

Pecan: a new host for tobacco budworms and corn earworms. Journal of Economic Entomology 67(2): 295-296

Pecans. Mimeograph Series, University of Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station: 10

Pecans in central and south Florida. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1971 84: 345-350

Pectic enzymes and their application in the quality improvement of mixed green dates. Report of the Annual Date Growers' Institute 50: 7-8

Pectic enzymes in ripening peaches infected with Monilinia fructicola. Journal of Food Science 39(6): 1195-1199

Pectic enzymes of Pseudomonas cepacia and penetration of polygalacturonase into cells. Physiological Plant Pathology 5(1): 37-44

Pectic substances in aboriginal grape varieties. Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Ordena Lenina Instituta Rastenievodstva Imeni NI Vavilova (46): 68-70

Pectic substances in onion and garlic skins. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 24(5): 611-615

Pectic substances of some Iraqi dates at different stages of maturity. Beitrage zur Tropischen Landwirtschaft und Veterinarmedizin 11(4): 403-407

Pectin methyl esterase production by Rhizoctonia bataticola (Taub.) Butler in culture and infected Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench roots. Journal of the Indian Botanical Society 53(1/2): 110-114

Pectin methylesterase and polygalacturonase in avocado fruit at various stages of development. Plant Physiology 49(5): 864-865

Pectin studies of cacao sweatings and pod husks. Revista Theobroma 2(2): 49-51

Pectin trans-eliminase as a macerating factor of soft rot pseudomonad. Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 40(1): 22-29

Pectinases and pectic polysaccharides. Progress in Industrial Microbiology 13: 61-119

Pectinases from boll weevil larvae, Anthonomus grandis. Journal of Insect Physiology 18(7): 1295-1301

Pectinesterase activity in the component parts of different Israeli citrus fruit varieties. Journal of Food Technology 9(4): 471-475

Pectinesterase activity of five Iraqi apples at different stages of maturity. Acta Agronomica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 23(3/4): 381-383

Pectinesterase activity of some Iraqi dates at different stages of maturity. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 23(7): 915-917

Pectineus muscle resection as a treatment for hip dysplasia in dogs. Veterinary Record 96(7): 145-148

Pectinmethylesterase in Fusarium-infected susceptible tomato plants. Physiological Plant Pathology 3(1): 101-106

Pectinolytic enzymes produced by Xanthomonas translucens f.sp. oryzicola (Fang et al.) Bradbury, causing bacterial streak of rice. JNKVV Research Journal 7(3): 186-187

Pectinolytic properties of certain fungi associated with diseased coconut palms. Journal of Plantation Crops 2(1): 17-19

Pectinolytic, cellulolytic and beta -glucosidase activity of Phoma (Deuterophoma) tracheiphila (Petri) Kanc. & Ghik. Phytopathologia Mediterranea 12: 36-42

Pectolytic Erwinia. I. Rapid biochemical diagnosis. Annales de Phytopathologie 5(4): 355-376

Pectolytic Erwinia. II. Research on somatic antigens of Erwinia carotovora var. chrysanthemi (Burkholder) Dye 1969. Annales de Phytopathologie 5(4): 377-388

Pectolytic and cellulolytic enzymes associated with Helminthosporium leaf spot on Kentucky bluegrass. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 18(7): 1091-1098

Pectolytic enzyme production by Phoma betae. Canadian Journal of Botany 50(8): 1705-1709

Pectolytic enzymes in inoculated and uninoculated red clover seedlings. Plant and Soil 39(2): 319-328

Pectolytic enzymes of fungi pathogenic to citrus fruits. Soobshcheniya Akademii Nauk Gruzinskoi SSR 73(1): 201-203

Pectolytic enzymes secreted by soft rot and saprophytic pseudomonads. Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 39(5): 417-424

Pectolytic, cellulolytic and proteolytic enzymes produced by isolates of Erwinia chrysanthemi Burkh., McFad. et Dim. Phytopathologia Mediterranea 12: 30-35

Pectoralis major differences for tenderness between male broilers reared in cages and in floor pens. Poultry Science 53(4): 1623-1624

Peculiar and pesky weed that's mistletoe. Weeds Today 3(4): 8-9, 18

Peculiar features of the microstructure of podzolic soils in the Middle Taiga subzone of the Komi ASSR with respect to their genesis. Transactions, 10th International Congress of Soil Science, VII: 239-246

Peculiar injuries due to dichlobenil in grapes. Bodenkultur 22(2): 147-150

Peculiar liver changes in round heart disease in turkeys. Veterinary Record 93(23): 599-601

Peculiar secretory IgA system identified in chickens. Journal of Immunology 113(5): 1405-1409

Peculiarities in the course of mycosis caused by Trichophyton gypseum in white rats with alloxan diabetes. Vestnik Dermatologii i Vernerologii 47(6): 22-26

Peculiarities in the growth and physiological processes of grapevine seedlings during their first growing season. Nauchni Trudove, Vissh Selskostopanski Institut "Georgi Dimitrov", Rasteniev"dstvo 23: 241-269

Peculiarities in the mitochondrial structure of mammary gland cells of intensively lactating cows. Tsitologiya i Genetika 6(5): 387-388

Peculiarities of breeding potato for virus resistance in the Baltic states. Ziemniak : 19-21

Peculiarities of carbohydrate metabolism in proso seeds during germination in magnetic field. Doklady mezhvuznoi konferentsii aspirantov: 319-323

Peculiarities of cultivation of dwarf cultivars of grain sorghum. Zemledelie (4): 42-44

Peculiarities of fatty acid composition of milk fat in different areas of Ukraine. Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Pishchevaya Tekhnologiya (4): 22-25

Peculiarities of formation of absorbing zone of roots in Kochia species. Morfologicheskie osobennosti dikorastushchikh rastenii Uzbekistana: 89-94

Peculiarities of gastrointestinal tract motility in the dog. Revue de Medecine Veterinaire 125(2): 195-203

Peculiarities of germination of seeds of Elymus junceus and some methods for increasing their germination. Flora i ekologiya rastenii Nizhnogo Povolzh' ya: 3-12

Peculiarities of growth and development of Helictotrichon desertorum (Less.) Pilger. Eco physiological foundation of ecosystems productivity in arid zone International symposium, USSR, June 7-19, 1972: 103-105

Peculiarities of growth and development of turkey-poults reared in cages. XIV World' s Poultry Congress Scientific Communications Housing and Management Pathology Production and Economy Industrialisation and Commerce: 81-85

Peculiarities of inducting blooming in smooth bromegrass (Bromus inermis Leyss). Proceedings of the 12th International Grassland Congress Biological and physiological aspects of the intensification of grassland utilization: 172-177

Peculiarities of inflorescence and seed in monocarpic sugar beets at Kleinwanzleben. Repatermesztesi Kutato Intezet Kozlemenyei 7: 149-164

Peculiarities of intestinal motility in the horse. Cahiers de Medecine Veterinaire 42(3): 128-143

Peculiarities of metabolism of some cultivated plants at the time of geotropic response. Changes in phosphorus metabolism in coleoptiles of wheat and hypototyls of Phaseolus vulgaris. Liet TSR Mokslu Akad Darbai, B (1): 61-67

Peculiarities of metabolism of some cultivated plants at the time of geotropic stimulation. 2. Changes in the respiratory process of wheat, barley and rye at lodging. Liet TSR Mokslu Akad Darbai, B (1): 77-83

Peculiarities of nitrogen composition in prospective fodder plants of Kazakhstan. Doklady VASKhNIL (1): 13-15

Peculiarities of nitrogen metabolism in ripening pods of Phaseolus vulgaris given different levels of phosphorus. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Udobrenii i Agropochvovedeniya (54): 151-158

Peculiarities of nutrition and some health indices in aging. Zeitschrift für Alternsforschung 26(1): 97-103 Passim

Peculiarities of photosynthetic productivity of leaves of irrigated maize. Biologicheskie osnovy oroshaemogo zemledeliya: 190-194

Peculiarities of the Lymantria dispar populations in the Kherson and Transcarpathian regions. Dopovidi Akademii Nauk Ukrainskoi RSR: 565-568

Peculiarities of the biokinetics of glucose in normal and overweight newborn infants. Klinische Wochenschrift 51(9): 454-460

Peculiarities of the epidermal gland system of the cotton stainer Dysdercus fasciatus Signoret (Heteroptera: Pyrrhocoridae). Journal of Entomology, A 49(2): 121-136

Peculiarities of the mineral nutrition and the lighting regime of alfalfa and Rhodes grass in pure and mixed swards. Procedings of the 12th International Grassland Congress Chemicalization of grassland farming 2: 543-547

Peculiarities of trace element composition of forbs in grasslands and hayfields on different soils in the Altay region. Mikroelementy v biosfere i ikh primenenie v sel' skom khozyaistve i meditsine Sibiri i Dal' nom Vostoke: 132-136

Peculiarities of zinc nutrition in soyabean plants. Probleme Agricole 25(11): 34-40

Peculiarity of a Nigerian isolate of the cocoa swollen shoot virus (CSSV). Plant Disease Reporter 56(9): 755-758

Pedagogical-psychological aspects of managing industrial types of process in socialist horticulture. Padagogisch psychologische Aspekte der Leitung industriemassiger Prozesse im sozialistischen Gartenbau: 205

Pedestrian routes and the management of forests for tourists. Revue Forestiere Francaise 26(4): 321-327

Pediatric familial type II hyperlipoproteinemia: effects of diet on plasma cholesterol in the first year of life. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 25(2): 224-230

Pediatric familial type II hyperlipoproteinemia: therapy with diet and cholestyramine resin. Pediatrics 52(5): 669-679

Pedicel girdling of table grapes - how much do we know and can it be controlled ?. Deciduous Fruit Grower 23(10): 240-244

Pediculosis of spider monkeys: a case report with zoonotic implications. Laboratory Animal Science 23(6): 872-875

Pedigree of wheat variety Bezostaya 1. Information Bulletin, Cereal Improvement and Production 8(2/3): 35

Pedigree selection and semen banking of young dairy sires for artificial insemination. Journal of Dairy Science 57(1): 105-111

Pedigree selection in segregant generations of sorghum crosses. Evaluation of the F4 generation of crosses of TX7078 X Sea green and TX7078 X Africana blanca. Revista Cubana de Ciencia Agricola 6(1): 81-96

Pedobiological characteristics of some soils in the Lithuanian SSR. (8. Distribution of nematodes). Lietuvos TSR Mokslu Akademijos Darbai Trudy Akademii Nauk Litovskoi SSR C 1 (61): 87-92

Pedogenesis and soil fertility in West Malaysia. Unesco, Nat Resour

Pedogenesis and transformation of sulphur-containing compounds in two tropical soils. Transactions, 10th International Congress of Soil Science, II: 158-167

Pedogenesis in the Timok andesite massif. Archiv za Poljoprivredne Nauke 26(94): 121-131

Pedogenesis of soils derived from Lower Palaeozoic sediments in mid-Wales. Report, Welsh Soils Discussion Group (15): 61-69

Pedogenesis of some major soil groups in Mysore State, India. Unesco, Nat Resour

Pedogenesis of the toposequence Lo Vasquez-Las Rosas. I. Micromorphology. II. Chemical, mechanical and mineralogical analysis. Agricultura Tecnica 32(2;3): 57-65; 142-148

Pedogenesis on ultrabasic rocks in a humid-temperate climate: the Serpentine soils of western Limousin. Bulletin de l' Association Francaise pour l' Etude du Sol (3): 135-146

Pedogenesis on volcanic formations in the Fiuggi valley. Annali della Facolta di Scienze Agrarie della Universita degli Studi di Napoli Portici,IV 5: 16-31

Pedogenetic characteristics of fossil soils in the loess-covered Cerveny Kopec, near Brno, Czechoslovakia. Biuletyn Peryglacjalny 21: 169-192

Pedogenetic processes in paddy soils. Pedologist 17(1): 2-15

Pedogenetic processes in the Ernici volcanic formations in the province of Frosinone. Annali della Facolta di Scienze Agrarie della Universita degli Studi di Napoli Portici 6: 81-96

Pedogenic calcite accumulation in arid and semi-arid regions of the Indo-Gangetic alluvial plain of erstwhile Punjab (India). Their morphology and origin. Geoderma 8(1): 59-72

Pedogenic characteristics of paddy soils and their significance in soil classification. Bulletin of the National Institute of Agricultural Sciences Series B Soils and Fertilizers (25): 29-115

Pedogeographic and pedomorphogenetic studies in the Transylvanian Plain. Stiinta Solului 10(3): 55-69

Pedological aspects of fertilization. Correlations between fertilizers and soil. Annali della Facolta di Agraria, Universita di Bari71; 24: 511-547

Pedological observations of sea clay soils for agricultural purposes. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 3(6): 567-574

Pedological study of three profiles of the Guamium series. Bragantia 30: 179-197

Pedology and hydrology of some surface-water gley soils. Soil Science 119(5): 339-348

Pedology as a science : the role of data, models and theories in the study of natural soil systems. Geoderma 11(2): 73-93

Pedology of some soils on loess in Southland and Otago, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Science 16(2): 333-348

Pedology of the Chicoutimi Region. Bulletin Technique, Ministere de l' Agriculture et de la Colonisation, Gouvernement du Quebec, Canada (16): 120

Pedology: a systematic approach to soil science. Pedology: a systematic approach to soil science: xvi + 306 + 1 tab., 5 pl.

Pedoturbation in some Yugoslav smonitzas. Pochvovedenie (6): 28-38

Pedoturbation in some smolnitzas of Yugoslavia. Soviet Soil Science 6(3): 301-310

Pedunculated teratoma of rectum infested with bilharziasis. British Journal of Surgery 59(8): 655-657

Peel color of oranges treated with ethylene before vs. after waxing. HortScience 8(1): 58

Peeling characteristics of Indian timbers - Part 10 : Dalbergia latifolia (Rosewood). Holzforschung und Holzverwertung 25(1): 18-21

Peeling characteristics of Indian timbers. Part 11: Kayea assamica. Holzforschung und Holzverwertung 25(2): 43-45

Peeling characteristics of Indian timbers. Part 13: Abies pindrow (Fir). Holzforschung und Holzverwertung 26(1): 19-21

Peeling characteristics of Indian timbers. Part 14: Mangifera indica (Mango). Holzforschung und Holzverwertung 26(5): 107-109

Peeling characteristics of Indian timbers. XII. Michelia champaca (Champa). Holzforschung und Holzverwertung 25(5/6): 160-162

Peeling characteristics of Terminalia tomentosa (Laurel). Holzforschung und Holzverwertung 26(5): 110-112

Peeling defects in veneer - their causes and control. Publication, Canadian Forestry Service (1280): 18

Peeling veneer with a floating bar: effect of bar pressure on veneer quality. Forest Products Journal 23(12): 28-31

Peformance of Wajax Mark 26 centrifugal pump with respect to suction lift, length of hose and discharge head. Information Report, Forest Fire Research Institute, Canada (FF-X-38): 34

Peg and pod rot disease of peanut and its control in A.R.E. Agricultural Research Review, Arab Re ic of Egypt 51(3): 129-138

Pejibaye palm from the Pacific coast of Colombia (a detailed chemical analysis). Economic Botany 26(2): 156-159

Pejihaye and macadamia nuts, two promising fruit trees. CATIE 1(3): 4-5

Peking focuses on agricultural sector. Current Scene 11(8): 10-13

Peking tackles agricultural problems. Current Scene 11(5): 8-11

Pelage color polymorphism in Peromyscus polionotus. Journal of Mammalogy 53(4): 824-833

Pelargon 80:20. Nestle Research News: 77-81

Pelargonidin in the flowers of a mutant of Petunia hybrida. Phytochemistry 13(9): 2022

Pelargonium leaf curl virus in host leaf tissues. Journal of General Virology 15(3): 193-203

Pelargonium propagation in different substrates and pots. Zierpflanzenbau 14(12): 407, 421

Pelargonium rust (Puccinia pelargonii-zonalis) in Scotland. Plant Pathology 22(3): 148

Pelargonium rust, Puccinia pelargonii-zonalis, discovered in Minnesota. Plant Disease Reporter 57(10): 890

Pelecitus galli n.sp. from the Malayan jungle fowl Gallus gallus spadiceus. Journal of Helminthology 48(3): 199-203

Pelecitus, a peritracheal nematode in the pigeon. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 22(8): 147

Pelican: a new root-knot resistant tomato variety. Louisiana Agriculture 15(4): 3, 16

Pelican: a root-knot resistant tomato. Circular, Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station (96): 4

Pellagra in sorghum eaters. Proceedings of the First Asian Congress of Nutrition: 661-669

Pellagra, serotonin and 5-HIAA. British Journal of Dermatology 90(4): 451-452

Pellagra: clinical and biochemical aspects. Arquivos de Gastroenterologia 11(3): 129-133

Pellet form of growth of Sclerotinia fructigena in shake culture. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 60(2): 235-244

Pelleted and unpelleted feeds for pigs. 8. Frequency of giving the protein concentrate part of the diet and the effect in fattening pigs. Zhivotnovudni Nauki 9(8): 11-15

Pelleted bark as filler material in planting holes when planting out. Norsk Skogbruk 20(4): 10-11

Pelleted citrus pulp for cattle in confinement. Revista da Faculdade de Medicina Veterinaria e Zootecnia da Universidade de Sao Paulo 11: 21-25

Pelleted citrus pulp in rations for pullets. Revista de Faculdade de Medicina Veterinaria e Zootecnia da Universidade de Sao Paulo 11: 27-30

Pelleted concentrates for piglets. Svinovodstvo, Moscow, USSR (10): 21-22

Pelleted concentrates for rearing calves. Zhivotnovodstvo (9): 79-81

Pelleted dried grass and rolled barley diets for lactating dairy cows. Animal Production 20(1): 101-109

Pelleted feeds from preserved fish offal for rainbow trout. Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych, H 95(2): 95-109

Pelleted forage diets plus supplemental energy and feed additives for finishing beef cattle. Journal of Animal Science 41(3): 868-875

Pelleted insecticides and seed treatment as new methods for controlling maize weevil Tanymecus dilaticollis Gyll. Analele Institutului de Cercetari pentru Cereale si Plante Tehnice, Fundulea, C 38: 199-208

Pelleted lucerne and urea in feeds for dairy cows. Zhivotnovodstvo (5): 43-44

Pelleted semi-complete feeds based on straw for high milk yields. Tierzucht 27(8): 355-357

Pelleted sugar beet pulp for fattening cattle. Molochnoe i Myasnoe Skotovodstvo (7): 30-31

Pelleting a concentrate mixture with and without prior steaming for lactating cows. Journal of Dairy Science 55(12): 1750-1756

Pelleting alfalfa for dairy cattle. Feedstuffs, USA 44(5): A12-A13

Pelleting materials for oversown clover. New Zealand Journal of Experimental Agriculture 3(2): 121-125

Pelleting of seed to improve nodulation under acid conditions. Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical: Colombia, CIAT: Annual report 1972: 102-103

Pelleting of sugar-beet seed and its effectiveness. Voprosy agrotekhniki polucheniya vysokikh urozhaev sakharnoi svekly: 184-190

Pelletized municipal refuse compost as a soil amendment and nutrient source for sorghum. Journal of Environmental Quality 2(3): 343-345

Pellets from soya plants in feeds for cows. Molochnoe i Myasnoe Skotovodstvo (10): 42

Pelletted seed for direct sowing. Gemuse 8(7): 198, 200

Pelofos, a new phosphorus fertilizer. Radovi Poljoprivrednog Fakulteta Univerziteta u Sarajevu72; 20/21(22/23): 21-25

Pelophos - a new phosphorus fertilizer. Radovi Poljoprivrednog Fakulteta Univerziteta u Sarajevu1972; 22/23: 21-25

Pelt class in Karakul lambs born to Caucasian-type ewes and sired by rams of different pelt types. Karakulevodstvo (3): 63-69

Pelt production in 1971-72. Norsk Pelsdyrblad 47(5): 170-171

Pelt production in 1972-1973. Norsk Pelsdyrblad 48(5): 173-174

Pelt type and curl size of black Karakul lambs in relation to wool length of parents. Trudy Moskovskoi Veterinarnoi Akademii 59: 124-127

Peltogynoids of Goniorrhachis marginata. Phytochemistry 11(9): 2841-2846

Pelvic actinomycosis associated with an intrauterine device. Obstetrics and Gynecology 41(5): 726-732

Pemphigus spirothecae (Homoptera: Aphidoidea), an aphid which causes spiral galls on poplar in Quebec. Canadian Entomologist 106(11): 1229-1231

Penalties of spraying wheat at the wrong time. Euro Farm Business 3(1): 18-21

Pencap M: an improved methyl parathion formulation. Journal of Economic Entomology 65(2): 473-474

Pencillin and other inhibitory substances in quarter milk samples of cows at slaughter. Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin, A 21(3): 258-259

Pendant azaleas. Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada (86): 47-52

Pendulous crop in Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica). Poultry Science 53(1): 252-257

Penersin - a product for treating mastitis in cows. Veterinariya, Moscow, USSR (7): 70-72

Penersin, a preparation (of erythromycin, hydrocortisone and benzylpenicillin) for bovine mastitis. Veterinariya, Moscow (7): 70-72

Penetrability and strength of White Spruce after ponding. Forest Products Journal 22(9): 92-100

Penetrability of White Spruce wood after water storage. Journal of the Institute of Wood Science 5(6): 30-35

Penetrance of buphthalmia and its effect on the growth of rabbits. Pol' nohospodarstvo 19(10): 869-874

Penetrance of total sterility associated with the hornless gene (P) in Alpine bucks. IIe Conference Internationale de l' Elevage Caprin, Tours, 17-19 Juillet 1971: ; 363-366

Penetrance of total sterility linked to the polled gene P in male goats. Annales de Genetique et de Selection Animale 4(4): 534-542

Penetration and duration of oxidant air pollution in the South Coast Air Basin of California. Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association 22(11): 882-886

Penetration and infection of cabbage roots by Plasmodiophora brassicae. Shokubutsu Byogai Kenkyu 8: 133-146

Penetration and invasion of sunflowers by Sclerotium bataticola. Canadian Journal of Botany 51(5): 999-1002

Penetration and localization of cercariae of Gymnophallus fossarum P. Bartoli, 1965 (Digenea, Gymnophallidae) in Cardium glaucum Bruguiere. Bulletin du Museum National d' Histoire Naturelle, 3e serie (117, Zoologie 91): 319-333

Penetration and persistence of systemic insecticides in seeds and seedlings of southern pines. Journal of Economic Entomology 67(1): 81-84

Penetration and stability of pimaricin in soft cheeses. Lait 52(517): 428-443

Penetration and subsequent development of Rhizoctonia solani Kuhn in lentil roots. Archiv fur Phytopathologie und Pflanzenschutz 10(5): 333-339

Penetration and survival of mesocercariae (Alaria spp.) in the mammalian eye. Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology. Journal Canadien D'ophtalmologie 10(1): 101-106

Penetration and translocation of 14C-lindane in pea plants. Journal of Economic Entomology 66(2): 344-349

Penetration and translocation of Destun herbicide (MBR-8251) in yellow nutsedge, cotton and soybean. Proceedings 27th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 370

Penetration and translocation of dihydrostreptomycin-3H-sesquisulphate in plant tissue. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Gent 37(2): 598-605

Penetration gland secretion by hexacanths of Hymenolepis diminuta;. Parasitology 68(3): 303-311

Penetration into soap of fungi from wood packing. Prace Komisji Nauk Rolniczych i Komisji Nauk Lesnych 34: 121-125

Penetration of 2,4-D in relation to cuticle thickness. American Journal of Botany 61(1): 74-79

Penetration of 32P-dimethoate into organophosphate resistant and susceptible Citrus red mite, Panonychus citri McGregor (Acarina:Tetranychidae). Applied Entomology and Zoology 8(3): 183-190

Penetration of gardona and DDT in gypsy moth larvae and house flies. Journal of Economic Entomology 65(4): 942-945

Penetration of Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus into the brain of guinea pigs and rabbits after intranasal infection. Acta Virologica 17(2): 138-146

Penetration of a series of dialkoxy analogs of dimethoate through the isolated gut of insects and mammals. Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 2(3): 324-330

Penetration of amine salt formulations of 2,4-D into sunflower. Weed Science 21(2): 115-118

Penetration of bracken fronds by amitrole as influenced by pre-spraying conditions, surfactants and other additives. Weed Research 15(2): 123-127

Penetration of bracken fronds by asulam as influenced by the addition of surfactant to the spray solution and by pH. Weed Research 14(6): 375-377

Penetration of capitalism and agricultural crisis: the example of the Breton dairy industry. [Publication] Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (14): 32

Penetration of cuticular layers of Elaterid larvae (Coleoptera) by the fungus Metarrhizium anisopliae, and notes on a bacterial invasion. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 21(1): 101-106

Penetration of dermatophytes into human hair. Bulletin of Pharmaceutical Research Institute (89/90): 1-5

Penetration of dry seeds with chemicals applied in acetone. Plant Physiology 54(6): 956-958

Penetration of fungal spores into pruning wounds in fruit trees. Application to the case of biological protection against Stereum purpureum. Revue de Zoologie Agricole et de Pathologie Vegetale 73(1): 1-21

Penetration of hardwoods by liquids. Wood Science and Technology 7(4): 285-296

Penetration of lincomycin and clindamycin into milk in ewes. British Veterinary Journal 129(1): 83-91

Penetration of liquids into wood. Material und Organismen 7(2): 149-153

Penetration of maize leaves by Helminthosporium turcicum. Phytopathology 64(11): 1468-1470

Penetration of malathion in stored corn, wheat, and sorghum grain. Journal of Economic Entomology 67(4): 477-478

Penetration of mammalian skin by the infective larva of Nippostrongylus brasiliensis. Parasitology 65(3): 499-505

Penetration of naphthaleneacetic acid into pear (Pyrus communis L.) leaves. Plant and Cell Physiology 13(2): 321-330

Penetration of photosynthetically active radiation in corn canopies. Agronomy Journal 66(2): 201-205

Penetration of phytoecdysones through the pupal cuticle of the silkworm, Bombyx mori. Journal of Insect Physiology 18(5): 959-971

Penetration of precipitation below the canopy of Juniper forest. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo (7): 44-47

Penetration of preservative solutions into wood as related to wood structure. Issledovanie drevesiny i materialov na ee osnove: 78-86

Penetration of radiation into a Eucalypt woodland. Journal of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science 40(2): 160-164

Penetration of radioactive-labeled antibiotics from blood serum into milk in normal and mastitic ewes. Annales de Recherches Veterinaires 5(1): 15-28

Penetration of solar irradiances through the atmosphere and plant canopies. Journal of Applied Meteorology 11(1): 136-140

Penetration of some floristic components of the Carpinion into the eastern Krkonose Mts.. Opera Corcontica 7/8: 77-97

Penetration of some microorganisms in meat. Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin 18B(Heft 5): 329-326

Penetration of spray and mist application and droplet deposition in low- and high-growing crops. Part 1. Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 26(1): 8-14

Penetration of spray droplets applied by helicopter into a riverine forest habitat of tsetse flies in West-Africa. Agricultural Aviation 16(3): 71-82

Penetration of surface-applied 45Ca into apple fruit. Journal of Horticultural Science 48(3): 261-270

Penetration of the intestinal epithelium by various microorganisms. Current Topics in Pathology 54: 1-27

Penetration of the thermostable exotoxin of Bacillus thuringiensis through the chorion of Acheta domesticus. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 15(3): 397-398

Penetration of topical sprays in cotton canopies. Proceedings 25th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 486-488

Penetration route of the larvae of Paragonimus peruvianus in experimental animals. Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de Sao Paulo 16(6): 332-336

Penetration, distribution, and metabolism of 14C-endrin in resistant and susceptible tobacco budworm larvae. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 20(1): 38-41

Penetration, excretion and metabolism of DDT-14C and the effects of temperature in susceptible and resistant larvae of Leptinotarsa decemlineata Say (Coleoptera). Acta Entomologica Bohemoslovaca 70(4): 243-253

Penetration, excretion and metabolism of DDT-14C in susceptible and resistant populations of the Colorado potato beetle, Leptinotarsa decemlineata Say. Acta Entomologica Bohemoslovaca 70(3): 174-188

Penetration, persistence and degradation of N-benzoyl-N-(3,4-dichlorophenyl)-N',N'-dimethyl urea (phenobenzuron) in the soil. Symposium on Herbicides and the Soil: 178-191

Penetration, persistence and degradation of N-benzoyl-N-(dichloro-3,4-phenyl)-N',N'-dimethylurea (phenobenzuron) in soil. Herbicides and the Soil Proceedings of the European Weed Research Council Symposium held at Versailles, France in December 1973: 178-191

Penetration-promoting effect of dimethyl sulphoxide on absorption of antibiotics from the udder skin of cows.. Untersuchungen uber die Penetrationsvermittelnde Wirkung von Dimethel Sulfoxyd fur verschiedene Antibiotica an der Euterhaut von Kuhen: 69

Penetrative activity of Schistosoma mansoni miracidia stimulated by exposure to snail-conditioned water. Journal of Parasitology 58(2): 209-212

Penguin deaths in Northland. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 23(1/2): 18

Penicillamine as an adjuvant to antimonial therapy, effect on electrocardiographic changes in dogs. East African Medical Journal 47(11): 576-581

Penicillin - TTC agar for detecting Gram negative bacteria in Cheddar cheese. Australian Journal of Dairy Technology 28(1): 17-19

Penicillin and dihydrostreptomycin serum concentrations after administration in single and repeated doses to feeder steers. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 160(6): 873-878

Penicillin and mastitis therapy. Norsk Veterinaer Tidsskrift 87(1): 21-29

Penicillin in milk and milk products: some regulatory and public health considerations. Journal of Milk and Food Technology 38(10): 630-633

Penicillin mycelium in feeds for growing and finishing pigs. Boletim de Industria Animal1971; 27/28: 57-63

Penicillin mycelium residue (PMR) as a protein substitute in broiler ration. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 43(5): 420-424

Penicillin toxicity in guinea pigs. Veterinary Record 96(25): 554

Penicillin treatment and antibody response of pigs experimentally infected with Erysipelothrix insidiosa. American Journal of Veterinary Research 33(10): 1963-1973

Penicillin-resistant anthrax bacilli isolated from a dead dairy cow.. Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association 25(4): 184-189

Penicillinemia and penicillinlactia in the bovine following intramuscular administration of benzylpenicillin combinations. Cornell Veterinarian 61(4): 674-680

Penicillium endocarditis following open heart surgery and prosthetic valve insertion. American Heart Journal 87(4): 501-506

Penicillium expansum, the cause of soft rot of apple fruits. Jugoslovensko Vocarstvo 6(21/22): 843-846

Penicillium in the vaginal secretion. Mykosen 15(10): 409-410

Penicillium increases the resistance of maize. Zashchita Rastenii (10): 25

Penicillium notatum, a new hyperparasite of Puccinia graminis var. tritici. Indian Phytopathology 27(1): 120-121

Penicillium species fungus growth on a bionite hydrophilic contact lens. Minnesota Medicine 57(12): 943-944

Penicillium stoloniferum virus: large-scale concentration and purification by polyethylene glycol. Applied Microbiology 28(4): 733-735

Penicillium toxins. Mikrobiolohichnyi Zhurnal 36(4): 533-539

Penicillium viridicatum mycotoxicosis in the rat. I. Ocular lesions. Food and Cosmetics Toxicology 12(1): 79-88

Penicillium viridicatum mycotoxicosis in the rat. I. Ocular lesions. II. Scrotal lesions. III. Hepatic and gastric lesions. Food and Cosmetics Toxicology 12(2): 79-88, 89-98, 99-105

Penicillium viridicatum mycotoxicosis in the rat. II. Scrotal lesions. Food and Cosmetics Toxicology 12(1): 89-98

Penicillium viridicatum mycotoxicosis in the rat. III. Hepatic and gastric lesions. Food and Cosmetics Toxicology 12(1): 99-105

Penicillium viridicatum mycotoxicosis in the rat. IV. Attempts to modify the tissue responses. Food and Cosmetics Toxicology 12(3): 331-340

Penicillium viridicatum toxins and mold nephrosis. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 163(11): 1295-1297

Peniophora gigantea (Fr.) Massee and wounded Spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.). Acta Forestalia Fennica 133: 28

Penitrem A intoxication of calves: blood chemical and pathologic changes. American Journal of Veterinary Research 36(1): 53-58

Pennai - a new rice strain. Madras Agricultural Journal 59(6): 353-354

Pennfine perennial ryegrass. Description and performance characters. Proceedings of Scotts Turfgrass Research Conference, Volume 4 Turfgrass Breeding January, 1973: 57-71

Pennisetum. CSIRO, Division of Land Research: Annual report, 1969-70: 125

Pennisetum. Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical : Colombia, Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical : Annual report 1972: 192

Pennisetum millet. Agronomie Tropicale, I 28: 370-508

Pennisetum purpureum and Brachiaria mutica pastures with Cynodon dactylon cv. Suwanee hay for lactating cows. Zootecnia, Brazil 11(2): 93-100

Pennisetum typhoides. University of Agricultural Sciences, Hebbal: India, University of Agricultural Sciences, Hebbal: Annual report, 1971-1972: 191

Pennisetum typhoides S. & H. and P. purpureum Schum. hybrids for forage in the low-altitude humid tropics. Crop Science 13(1): 122-123

Pennisetum typhoides mutants. Mutation Breeding Newsletter (3): 8

Pensions for co-operative workers in agriculture. Otcetnost i Kontrol v Selskoto Stopanstvo 20(1): 38-42

Pensions for farm staff and farmers. Farm Management 2(3): 144-150

Pensions for farmers handing over their holdings to the state. Wies Wspolczesna 18(5(207)): 105-110

Penstrepten inj. ad usum vet. Spofa - toxicity, residues and results of clinical trials. Veterinaria Spofa 16(1): 37-50

Pentachloronitrobenzene as an effective preparation against rhizoctoniosis of kenaf. Tr Opyt St Lubyanykh Kul' tur M vo S Kh UzSSR (2): 56-60

Pentacyclic triterpenic acids: micromeric acid from Salvia horminum. Phytochemistry 14(3): 820-821

Pentagastrin stimulated pepsin secretion in man and dogs. Annals of Surgery 179(3): 300-303

Pentagastrin-stimulated incorporation of 14C-orotic acid into RNA of gastric and duodenal mucosa. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 141(1): 110-113

Pentastoma larvae in a squirrel monkey. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 164(7): 711-711

Pentastomiasis. On four recent cases. Medecine Tropicale 34(2): 279-285

Pentastomid infestation in man. Medecine Tropicale 34(2): 273-278

Pentastomosis by Armillifer armillatus. Experimental studies and epidemiological considerations. Zeitschrift fur Parasitenkunde 44(4): 329-338

Pentitol oxidoreductases in Sclerotinia sclerotiorum. Archiv für Mikrobiologie 93(1): 87-90

Pentosans in sorghum grain. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 32(3): 1645-1646

Pentosans in sorghum grain. Journal of Food Science 37(3): 365-368

Pentose cycle in bovine brain: effect of short-chain fatty acids. American Journal of Veterinary Research 33(11): 2179-2183

Pentration of boron compounds into ten species of Indonesian woods treated by the diffusion process. Rimba Indonesia1973; 17(1/2): 20-37 + 1 tab.

Pentstemon in your garden. SC [Station Circular], Nebraska College of Agriculture (105): 31

Peonies. Informatore Agrario 29(40): 13809-13815

Peonies in the Nikita Botanic Gardens. Trudy Gosudarstvennogo Nikitskogo Botanicheskogo Sada 59: 97-105

People and land in Africa south of the Sahara: readings in social geography. People and land in Africa south of the Sahara: readings in social geography: 344

People and the land. People and the land: 143

People in rural Poland having two jobs. Gospodarka Planowa 27(4): 250-254

People on the move: studies on internal migration. People on the move: studies on internal migration: 1975; 393

People's Democratic Republic of Yemen. Forestry with special reference to sand dune fixation and establishment of windbreaks. Report prepared for the agricultural demonstration and training project of El-Kod and Giar. [FAO Report] (ESR: SF/SOY 3, Research Series 5): vi + 59 + 2 maps.

Peoples' communes : (1) Establishment and development; (2) Tremendous force in transforming nature; (3) Diversified economy thrives; (4) Socialism is without parallel in history. Peking Review 17(34;35;36;37): 14-18;12-15;18-21;25-27

Peoples' communes in China. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift 27(1): 5-37

Peoples' communes: getting the most out of the standard visit. Esprit 42(436): 999-1011

Peoples, localities and territories: 'tribe' and chiefdom in Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone Geographical Journal (15): 55-71

Pepper and okra response to plant density of mulched beds. HortScience 9(3, II): 281

Pepper cultivation in India. Proceedings of the Conference on Spices, 10th-14th April, 1972: 91-94

Pepper growing trials. Annali dell' Istituto Sperimentale per le Colture Industriali 5: 117-121

Pepper in Indonesia: cultivation and major diseases. World Crops 26(3): 106, 130-133

Pepper insects in southwestern Ontario. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Ontario 1970; 100: 105-110

Pepper mosaic in southeast Arizona. Progressive Agriculture in Arizona 24(2): 6-7

Pepper performance after transplant clipping. HortScience 6(5): 480-482

Pepper plant response to irrigation water quality and timing of leaching. Ecological Studies IV Physical Aspects of Soil Water and Salts in Ecosystems Hadas, A; Swartzendruber, D; Rijtema, PE; Fuchs, M; Yaron, B Editors: 421-429

Pepper veinal mottle virus in Ivory Coast. Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology 79(5): 189-193

Peppermint as a cash crop in Saskatchewan. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 52(5): 837-839

Peppermint oil composition and yield, flowering time, and morphological characters of four naturalised South Island clones and the Mitcham strain of Mentha piperita. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 16(2): 181-184

Peppers flourish on foil. American Vegetable Grower 21(4): 13-14

Peppers for the processing and fresh market. Production costs, returns and management practices Essex and Kent counties, 1972. Peppers for the processing and fresh market Production costs, returns and management practices Essex and Kent counties, 1972: 26

Pepsin digestion method for the investigation of pooled samples from 100 pigs for Trichinella. Danske Veterinaer Tidsskrift 58(14): 514-520

Pepsin inhibitors from Ascaris lumbricoides. Isolation, purification, and some properties. Journal of Biological Chemistry 249(5): 1558-1565

Pepsin inhibitors from Ascaris lumbricoides. Pepsin-inhibitor complex: stoichiometry of formation, dissociation, and stability of the complex. Journal of Biological Chemistry 249(5): 1566-1571

Pepsin proteolysis of foods of animal and vegetable origin. Annales de Biologie Animale, Biochimie, Biophysique 12(2): 281-288

Pepsin secretion by Heidenhain pouches in dogs. American Journal of Physiology 223(2): 480-483

Peptic proteolysis of animal and vegetable foods. Annales de Biologie Animale, Biochimie, Biophysique 12(2): 281-288

Peptic ulceration in the dog: a clinico-pathological study. Veterinary Record 91(19): 441-447

Peptide and tetrahydroisoquinoline alkaloids from Euonymus europaeus. Phytochemistry 12(3): 693-698

Peptide hormones. Annual Review of Biochemistry 43(0): 509-538

Peptide-induced morphogenesis in the nematode-trapping fungus Arthrobotrys oligospora. Physiologia Plantarum 29(2): 223-233

Peptides 1972. Proceedings of the Twelfth European Peptide Symposium, Reinhardsbrunn Castle, German Democratic Republic, September 1972. Peptides 1972 Proceedings of the Twelfth European Peptide Symposium, Reinhardsbrunn Castle, German Democratic Re ic, September 1972: xxviii+470

Peptides in bovine milk. III. Arginine-containing peptides of the fraction L of milk whey. Journal of the Japanese Society of Food and Nutrition 26(5): 297-302

Peptides in cows' milk. I. Separation of galactose- and glucose-containing glycopeptides from dried milk. Memoirs of the Kobe Yamate Women' s Junior College 9: 399-405

Peptides in cows' milk. II. Arginine-containing peptides of the fraction C of milk whey. Memoirs of the Kobe Yamate Women' s Junior College 11: 613-619

Peptides, amino acids and amines liberated from beta -casein by micrococcal cell-free preparations. Journal of Dairy Science 56(1): 39-44

Per capita consumption of dairy products, 1970 and 1971. Foreign Agriculture Circular (FD1-73): 5

Per cent fatty acid composition and quality differences of Chinook and coho salmon. Journal - Association of Official Analytical Chemists 55(6): 1187-1190

Per os transmission of Chilo iridescent virus to mosquitoes. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 18(1): 152-153

Peracute bovine mastitis caused by Bacillus cereus. Nordisk Veterinaermedicin 24(10): 508-515

Peracute mastitis caused by Bacillus cereus. Nordisk Veterinaermedicin 24(10): 508-515

Perbronchial infusion of clotrimazole (BAY b 5097) in a case of pulmonary aspergilloma. Bulletin of the Chest Disease Research Institute, Kyoto University 6(2): 112-116, 105

Perceived effects of herbicides used in the highlands of South Vietnam. The effect of herbicides in South Vietnam Part B: Working papers: 23

Percent roughage in corn and milo complete feeds. Journal of Dairy Science 57(10): 1260-1262

Percentage ash weight of fetal skeletons. Growth 36(2): 145-153

Percentage ash weight of young human skeletons. Growth 37(2): 153-163

Percentage body fat in an industrial population as shown by radiological measurement of subcutaneous fat over the thorax. Zeitschrift fur Ernahrungswissenschaft 12(2): 131-133

Percentage of flowers developing seeds in the heads of red clover under Karelian conditions. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 51(2): 187-190

Percentage of tubular reabsorption of phosphates (TRP percentage) as indirect evidence of parathyroid activity. Revista Espanola de Pediatria 29(172): 499-516

Percentage recovery of the infective larvae of Cooperia curticei (Ransom 1907) from eggs developed at constant temperatures and under natural conditions. Indian Veterinary Journal 52(4): 303-308

Percentage utilization of Brazilian milk production in 1973. Boletim do Leite 47(553): 19

Percentiles of birth weights of single, live births at different gestation periods. Acta Paediatrica Scandinavica 62(5): 449-457

Perception and regulation: a case study of farmers in Bihar. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (62): 71-94

Perception of Z-7-dodecen-1-ol and modification of the sex pheromone response of male loopers. Environmental Entomology 3(4): 677-680

Perception of factors discouraging change of occupation by independent farmers. Materialsammlung der Agrarsozial Gesellschaft (115): 75+15

Perception of the queen by workers in the honeybee colony. Journal of Apicultural Research 12(3): 159-166

Perceptions of and preferences for alternative convenience foods. Journal of the Market Research Society 15(1): 24-34

Perceptions of occupations in a newly industrializing region of Mexico. Human Organization 32(2): 143-151

Perceptual assessment of forested roadside landscapes. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 32(7): 3721-3722

Perched water table fluctuation compared to streamflow. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings 39(2): 343-348

Perchlorate in Chilean nitrate as the cause of leaf rugosity in soybean plants in Chile. Phytopathology 62(10): 1164-1166

Percolation losses of phosphorus, calcium, and potassium from some Minnesota forest soils. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings 39(3): 540-543

Percolation losses, effective rainfall and consumptive use of irrigated rice in black soils (vertisol) by drum culture technique. Indian Journal of Agronomy 16(3): 348-350

Percolation of water through Pullman soils, Texas High Plains. Bulletin, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station (B-1110): 8

Percolation rate as affected by the interaction of freezing and drying processes of soils. Soil Science 115(2): 102-106

Percutaneous arterial puncture for studying blood chemistry. Research in Veterinary Science 13(3): 305-306

Percutaneous lung biopsy in the horse. Veterinary Record 94(25): 588-590

Percutaneous penetration of some pesticides and herbicides in man. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 28(1): 126-132

Percutaneous transfixation splinting of fractures of the forearm and leg (in dogs and cats). Dansk Veterinaertidsskrift 58(6): 194-196

Perennation and control of Pseudomonas tomato in Victoria. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 26(4): 657-663

Perennation of Sphaerotheca mors-uvae as cleistocarps. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 62(1): 73-87

Perennial cultivated rye. 2. Preliminary observations on its field cultivation. Zeitschrift fur Acker und Pflanzenbau 137(1): 69-74

Perennial cultivated rye. I. The present position in breeding. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenzuchtung 69(2): 89-101

Perennial flowers and ground cover for Nebraska. Agricultural Experiment Station, Nebraska University (SB 531): 15

Perennial fodder species in Siberia. Mnogoletnie kormovye travy Sibiri: 248

Perennial grass control in bluegrass turf. Abstracts of the meeting of the Weed Science Society of America: 78

Perennial grass control in citrus groves. Proceedings of 85th Annual Meeting of the Florida State Horticultural Society: 18-20

Perennial grass control in pecan orchards. Proceedings 26th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 231-235

Perennial grasses in the steppe regions of Khakasiya. Nauch tr Khakassk, s kh opyt st (1): 73-79

Perennial grasses on swamp-peat soils. Korma (2): 38-39

Perennial herbage plants in Magadan Province. Korma (3): 44-45

Perennial herbage species in a rotation. Korma (6): 30-31

Perennial herbage species on drained peat bog soils. Korma (5): 22-23

Perennial legumes and grasses of the Lake Baikal area. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 49(1): 33-44

Perennial lupins for reforestation and care of the landscape. Allgemeine Forstzeitung 84(2): 43-45

Perennial nutsedge (Cyperus rotundus L.) competition with upland rice and its chemical control. Perennial nutsedge Cyperus rotundus L competition with upland rice and its chemical control: 207

Perennial peanuts for forage. Proceedings, Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida 32: 33-35

Perennial peanuts look good for forage. Sunshine State Agricultural Research Report 18(4/5): 14-15

Perennial peppercress - a warning. Journal of Agriculture, South Australia 76(3): 72-73

Perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) from crosses between Festuca pratensis and Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum Lam.). Deutsches Weidelgras Lolium perenne L aus Kreuzungen zwischen Wiesenschwingel Festuca pratensis Huds und Welschem Weidelgras Lolium multiflorum Lam: 93

Perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) from crosses between meadow fescue (Festuca pratensis Huds.) and Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum Lam.). Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenzuchtung 71(2): 97-116

Perennial ryegrass - recommended varieties. Agriculture in Northern Ireland 47(10): 332-337

Perennial ryegrass - recommended varieties 1974-75. Agriculture in Northern Ireland 49(1): 2-7

Perennial ryegrass - recommended varieties 1975-76. Agriculture in Northern Ireland 50(1): 8-13

Perennial ryegrass seed rates. California Turfgrass Culture 24(2): 9

Perennial ryegrass variety trials. Revue Suisse d' Agriculture 6(2): 53-56

Perennial sown pastures. Dolgoletnie kul' turnye pastbishcha: 110

Perennial soya hay as a substitute for lucerne in rations for laying hens. Boletim de Industria Animal1971; 27/28: 443-447

Perennial submersed and floating aquatic weeds in south-eastern Australia. Proceedings of the 2nd Victorian Weeds Conference (3. Aquatic and industrial weed problems): 1-12

Perennial thistles in Victorian pastures. Proceedings of the 2nd Victorian Weeds Conference (4. Pastures): 1-6

Perennial weed control in Orange County orchards. Citrograph 57(7): 261-262

Perennial weeds in Australian forests. Proceedings of the 2nd Victorian Weeds Conference (Part 2. Tree crops): 10-21

Perennial weeds in industrial situations. Proceedings of the 2nd Victorian Weeds Conference (3. Aquatic and industrial weed problems): 17-27

Perennial weeds of citrus groves. Proceedings of the 2nd Victorian Weeds Conference (2. Tree crops): 1-3

Perezia pyraustae in European corn borer populations in North Dakota. North Dakota Farm Research 30(6): 20-22

Perfecting chicory root forcing methods in a controlled atmosphere. Pepinieristes, Horticulteurs, Maraichers (146): 47-59

Perfecting farm organization and leadership. Internationale Zeitschrift der Landwirtschaft (6): 618-623

Perfecting labour organization by introducing industrial methods in plum production. Ovostarsvo 51(11): 14-17

Perfecting methods for predicting the course of rural area development. Part I. Toward a definition of economic development and a framework for evaluating model efficacy. Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky (11): 23

Perfecting methods for predicting the course of rural area development. Part II. Forecasting income for selected rural areas in Kentucky. Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky (13): 29

Perfecting plug-mix planting. American Vegetable Grower 22(4): 13, 62, 64, 66

Perfecting the structure of management in socialist agricultural enterprises. Usavarsenstvuvane strukturata na upravpenneskija aparat v socialisticeskite selskostopanski predprijatija: 128