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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 239

Chapter 239 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



The modification of the tryptophan residues of bovine alpha -lactalbumin with 2-hydroxy-5-nitrobenzyl bromide and with dimethyl(2-hydroxy-5-nitrobenzyl)sulphonium bromide. II. Effect on the specifier protein activity. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 278(3): 491-500

The modification, by the addition of carbonic anhydrase, of the effect of non-gaseous acids on the carotid body chemoreceptor discharge of the cat. Journal of Physiology 229(1): 11p-12p

The modificatory and mutagenic effect of thermal neutrons on Vicia faba L. Sbornik Vysoke Skoly Zemedelske v Praze, Fakulta Agronomicka, A (1): 193-206

The modified Fernow frost gage. Soil Science 115(4): 326-328

The modifying effect of auxin on somatic mutagenesis in Acer negundo. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR 216(4): 915-917

The modifying effect of daily milk yield on heat resistance of cattle. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologia 10(2): 310-311

The modifying effect of folinic acid on diphenylhydantoin-induced teratogenicity in mice. Toxicology and Applied Pharamacology 24(1): 150-158

The modifying effect of glucose on mutations induced by ethyleneimine. Elmi asarlar Azarb univ Biol elmlari ser: 7-10

The modifying effect of water filled plastic sleeves on the heat economy of plastic tunnels. Kerteszeti Egyetem Kozlemenyei 38(6): 25-31

The modifying influence of the photoperiod on the pleiotropic gene effect in the homozygous and heterozygous states of Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh. Genetika 9(12): 27-33

The modulated sounds made by the tsetse fly Glossina brevipalpis Newstead. Zoologica Africana 8(2): 241-258

The module system: a new approach in storing seed cotton. Louisiana Agriculture 16(4): 4-5, 7

The mohair situation. World Wool Digest 25(9): 135-140

The moisture characteristics of Pleistocene deposits in the Vlaam Valley region. Mededelingen, Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Gent 38(2): 406-420

The moisture content and specific gravity of the bark and wood of northern pulpwood species. USDA Forest Service Research Note, North Central Forest Experiment Station (NC-141): 3

The moisture content of freshly felled Beech in Bosnia and Hercegovina. Pregled, Zavod za Technologiju Drveta, Sarajevo 10(1/2): 21-28 + 1 fig.

The moisture content of litter and soil under a Pinus brutia stand and in an opening. Epistemonike Epeteris, Geoponike kai Dasologike Shole, Aristoteleion Panepistemion Thessalonikes 14: 253-290

The moisture content of rice grains at harvest time. Proceedings of the Crop Science Society of Japan 43(2): 219-223

The moisture cycle and moisture supply of Scots Pine stands. Vlagooborot i vlagoobespechennost' sosnovykh nasazhdenii: 184

The moisture regime and irrigation of the grapevine. The moisture regime and irrigation of the grapevine: 196

The moisture regime of a southern carbonate chernozem under rotational cropping. Pochvovedenie (11): 86-91

The moisture regime of a southern chernozem in a system of tree shelter belts. Pochvovedenie (11): 56-67

The moisture regime of brown forest soils of the Black Sea coast of Caucasia. Pochvovedenie (11): 77-85

The moisture regime of derno-podzolic soils of eastern regions of the Russian plain. Pochvovedenie (4): 28-44

The moisture regime of earth paths treated with furfural-aniline. Lesnoi Zhurnal 14(5): 15-18

The moisture regime of miniature roses in the arid conditions of the Rostov region. Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada (86): 94-97

The moisture regime of soils in the Lubumbashi Region (Upper Shaba, Zaire). Pedologie 24(1): 49-63

The moisture supplying capacity of the soil. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 5(2): 149-158

The moisture, air and thermal regimes of mountain chestnut soils of the south-east of the Great Caucasus. Pochvovedenie (10): 80-89

The moisture-conserving role of the compaction and ridging of snow. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki: (4)

The molars of tabby chimaeras in the mouse. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B 182(1067): 183-192

The molecular anatomy of red cell lipids when treated with animal venoms. Libyan Journal of Science 3: 1-5

The molecular and hormonal basis of plant-growth regulation. The molecular and hormonal basis of plant growth regulation: 156

The molecular basis for scent discrimination: response to nitrobenzene-d5 of honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) conditioned with nitrobenzene. Experientia 29(4): 418-419

The molecular design of systemic insecticides and organic functional groups in translocation. Proceedings, 2nd IUPAC International Congress of Pesticide Chemistry: 211-264

The molecular evolution of pituitary hormones. Biological Reviews 50(1): 35-98

The molecular mechanism of mutagenesis in plants. Eksperim mutagenez rast, 2: 24-25

The molecular size of nematode acetylcholinesterases and their separation from nematode allergens. International Journal for Parasitology 3(6): 735-741

The molecular weights of glycerol-3-P dehydrogenases from chicken, rabbit and honey bee. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 147(1): 123-128

The molecular weights of glycerol-3-phosphate dehydrogenases from rabbit, honeybee and bumblebee muscle. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 43B: 403-407

The molluscicidal action of Frescon and its toxicity to fish. Helminthologia 1971; 11(1/4): 285-290

The molybdenum content of some foods from regions with endemic nephritis. Nahrung 16(6): 637-641

The molybdenum nutrition of annual leguminous crops. Agrokhimiya (10): 136-139

The moments of stochastic integrals and the distribution of sojourn times. Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 71(3): 746-749

The monetary crisis and the Common Agricultural Policy from August 1969 to July 1973. Revue du Marche Commun (167): 309-318

The monocotyledons: their evolution and comparative biology. 3. Pathways of carbon metabolism related to net carbon dioxide assimilation by monocotyledons. Quarterly Review of Biology 48: 299-313

The monocotyledons: their evolution and comparative biology. I. Mineral nutrition and related phenomena in Bromeliaceae and Orchidaceae. II. Control of growth and development in the monocotyledons - new areas of experimental research. III. Pathways of carbon metabolism related to net carbon dioxide assimilation by monocotyledons. IV. Transport problems in arborescent monocotyledons. Quarterly Review of Biology 48(2): 277-290; 291-298; 299-313; 314-321

The mononuclear phagocyte system: a new classification of macrophages, monocytes, and their precursor cells. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 46(6): 845-852

The monophyllous Ash. Revue Forestiere Francaise 25(5): 380

The monoterpene glucosides and related natural compounds - XXII. The absolute structure of oleuropein, kingiside and morroniside. Tetrahedron 30(1): 201-209

The monoterpene glucosides and related natural compounds. XIX. The structure of nuzhenide, a bitter glucoside from Ligustrum lucidum and Ligustrum japonicum. Tetrahedron 28(15): 4231-4237

The monsoon effect on the vegetation in the high mountains of Japan. Japanese Journal of Ecology 22(2): 62-68

The monthly income and cost pattern of farmers in four crop farming areas in the summer rainfall area of South Africa. Agrekon 11(2): 15-19

The moose in Fennoscandia. Naturaliste Canadien 101: 185-194

The moose in north-east Siberia. Naturaliste Canadien 101: 179-184

The morphogenesis and classification of bovine syncytial virus. Journal of General Virology 12(2): 105-119

The morphogenesis and cytopathology of bovine parainfluenza type 3 virus. Journal of General Virology 12(3): 271-279

The morphogenesis of Stephanurus dentatus (Nematoda: Strongylina) in swine with observations on larval migration. Journal of Parasitology 58(4): 757-766

The morphogenesis of pigeonpox virus. Journal of General Virology 15(1): 79-83

The morphogenesis of regeneration buds in Hordeum bulbosum L. - a perennial grass. Annals of Botany 39(160): 213-217

The morphogenesis of stem calluses in three tobacco varieties. Fiziologiya Rastenii 20(4): 668-676

The morphogenesis of the hypopharyngeal gland of Apis mellifica. Netherlands Journal of Zoology 20(3): 411

The morphogenesis of two semibush species of the genus Salvia L. Doklady TSKhA (199): 111-117

The morphogenetic effects of two juvenile hormone analogues on larvae of imported fire ants. Environmental Entomology 2(2): 191-194

The morphologic effects of intravenous administration of Aspergillus fumigatus endotoxin on kidneys of mice. American Journal of Pathology 74(2): 91a-20a

The morphological and biological characteristics of F1 hybrids of egg plant from Solanum melongena X S. aethiopicum. Sb statei molodykh uchenykh i aspirantov NII ovoshch kh va (4): 200-303

The morphological and biological characteristics of development of diploid and tetraploid forms of sainfoin. Nauch zap Belotserk s kh in t 18: 43-54

The morphological and biological characteristics of soapwort species. Morfogenez Rastenii Aridnoi Zony: 41-47

The morphological and biological characteristics of wild and reproduced ecotypes of Medicago falcata and a description of them. Sb tr Bashkir s kh in ta 17: 178-179

The morphological and embryological characteristics of male-sterile forms of winter rye. Nauch tekhn byul Vses selekts genet in ta (12): 6-9

The morphological and physiological characteristics of the potential and actual productivity of approved and promising varieties of winter wheat in conditions of vertical zonation in the Kabardino-Balkar ASSR. Sb nauch rabot aspirantov Kabardino Balkar un ta (3): 191-196

The morphological characteristics and the alkaloid content of the interspecific hybrid (F1) Scopolia sinensis Hemsl. X S. tangutica Maxim. Rastitel' nye Resursy 8(4): 524-534

The morphological characteristics of flower structure in plants of winter bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) with CMS. Kratk, vyvody nauchno issled rabot po selektsii zern, zernobob kul' tur i trav za 1968-1970 gg: 113-120

The morphological characteristics of the flowers and the flowering biology of Acer species. Tr Nikitsk botan sad 44: 161-169

The morphological characteristics of tracheids within one tree each of Picea orientalis and Pinus nigra var. caramanica. Istanbul Universitesi Orman Fakultesi Dergisi, A 21(1): 70-93

The morphological development and nitrogen content of Tarocco orange fruits. Studi Sassaresi, III 20: 333-348

The morphological development of cauliflower and broccoli cultivars depending on temperature. Scientia Horticulturae 3(1): 95-101

The morphological difference in type of embryos and physiological properties of the seeds of bread wheat. Tr Voroshilovgrad s kh inta 20: 103-108

The morphological evaluation of Dictyocaulus found in red deer and cattle. Folia Veterinaria 17(1/2): 209-219

The morphological features of Polyporaceae in relation to latitude and altitude. Ekologiya (3): 13-19

The morphological identification of pathogenic yeasts using carbohydrate media. Journal of Clinical Pathology 28(1): 18-24

The morphological manifestation of the adiaspores of Emmonsia crescens in vitro and in vivo. Folia Parasitologica 19(4): 341-347

The morphological nature of flower parts in some Salix species, and possible trends in their evolution. Botanichestii Zhurnal 57(5): 524-530

The morphological nature of the hypanthium in the Myrtaceae and Thymelaeales. II. Myrtaceae. III. Comparison with the Thymelaeaceae. Beitrage zur Biologie der Pflanzen 48: 79-156

The morphological structure of bush-like regeneration of Quercus robur. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 59(4): 578-588

The morphological types of ganglion cells of the domestic cat's retina. Journal of Physiology 240(2): 397-419

The morphological variability of Norway Spruce. I. Literature review. II. Morphological variability in the European range of the species. III. The present state of knowledge: established regularities and theories. Allgemeine Forst und Jagdzeitung 143(7; 9; 11): 133-144; 178-186; 221-240.

The morphological variability of the bordered pit membranes in gymnosperms. Wood Science and Technology 6(3): 165-184

The morphological, biological and economic characteristics of some fruit-bearing hybrids obtained by crossing lemons with Poncirus trifoliata. Subtropicheskie Kul' tury (5): 30-34

The morphological, phenological, economical and technological characteristics of new hop cultivars in Vojvodina. Bilten za Hmelj i Sirak 5(17/18): 17-30

The morphological-anatomical characteristics of the achenes of certain Rosa species. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 58(6): 893-898

The morphology and anatomy of Phellodendron amurense. Nauka Praktike Farmatsii: 85-90

The morphology and anatomy of bud scales in representatives of the family Grossulariaceae. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 52(3): 196-216

The morphology and anatomy of olive leaves. Planta Medica 22(2): 117-121

The morphology and anatomy of proteoid roots in the genus Hakea. Australian Journal of Botany 20(2): 155-174

The morphology and biology of Ophiusa albivitta Mr. (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae). Alexandria Journal of Agricultural Research 21(3): 375-382

The morphology and distribution of pores in the outer walls of epidermal cells of grasses. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 57(11): 1434-1443

The morphology and distribution of wax deposits on the cuticle surface of Agropyron repens (L.) Beauv. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 57(5): 519-524 + 4 plates

The morphology and genesis of pseudogley phenomena in a Pleistocene loamy sand in the Netherlands. Netherlands Journal of Agricultural Science 22(1): 22-30

The morphology and physiology of rice roots. Potash Review (12, Subject 9, 24th suite): 2

The morphology and relationships of Seemannaralia (Araliaceae). Notes from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh 33(3): 449-464

The morphology and soluble protein electrophoresis of Heterodera avenae pathotypes. Annals of Applied Biology 76(2): 231-236

The morphology and the systematic position of the genus Thada (Nematoda: Tylenchida). Mededelingen Fakulteit Landbouwwetenschappen Rijksuniversiteit Gent 39(2): 701-712

The morphology and viability of pollen grains within the genus Beta. Biuletyn Instytutu Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roslin (1/2): 37-42

The morphology of Canna x generalis Bailey during the first ontogenic stages. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 57(8): 978-985

The morphology of Marshallagia marshalli. Materialy Pyatoi Ob"edinennoi Konferentsii Molodykh Uchenykh po Sel' skomu Khozyaistvu Uzbekistana Veterinariya: 145-150

The morphology of Trypanosoma theileri in the blood of cattle, and the rediscovery of Theileria mutans in England. Zeitschrift fur Parasitenkunde 38(Heft 3): 183-199

The morphology of associations between a trematode (Megalodiscus temperatus) and bacteria. Canadian Journal of Zoology 51(12): 1313-1314

The morphology of blastocyst implantation. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 39(1): 187-194

The morphology of bronchopulmonary aspergillosis of roe deer and hares. Veterinarni Medicine 19(2-3): 127-133

The morphology of certain trisomic types of sugar beet. Probl eksperim genetiki: 67-71

The morphology of embryo germination and the effects of cycloheximide on germination in yellow foxtail (Setaria lutescens). American Journal of Botany 61(5, Supplement): 62

The morphology of germination in Setaria lutescens (Gramineae): the effects of covering structures and chemical inhibitors on dormant and non-dormant florets. Annals of Botany 39(159): 21-30

The morphology of malformations in Pseudotsuga menziesii, Picea sitchensis and Abies grandis, and an attempt to explain them. Revue Forestiere Francaise 25(1): 29-31

The morphology of preimaginal of phases of Tabanus spectabilis Lw. and T. autumnalis brunnescens Szil. (Diptera, Tabanidae). Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 53(3): 546-560

The morphology of soils from Lower Palaeozoic rocks in Wales. Report, Welsh Soils Discussion Group (15): 47-60

The morphology of the apex of the vegetative shoot. Ukrains' kii Botanichnii Zhurnal 31(4): 409-426

The morphology of the bovine teat canal: a preliminary report. Journal of the South African Veterinary Medical Association 43(4): 351-354

The morphology of the causal agent of bovine petechial fever (Ondiri disease). Journal of Comparative Pathology 82(3): 241-246

The morphology of the cereal cyst nematode (Heterodera avenae) in Australia. Nematologica 20(1): 1-8

The morphology of the fungal association of Corybas cryptanthus. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 2(1): 43-47

The morphology of the haemocytes of certain conifer sawflies (Hymenoptera, Tenthredinoidea). Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 52(2): 256-259

The morphology of the larval instars and pupa of Dermatobia hominis L. Jr.(Diptera:Cuterebridae). Entomologische Berichten 32(11): 218-224

The morphology of the main shoot of giant hogweed (Heracleum mantegazzianum Somm. et Lev.) at the juvenile stage. Doklady TSKhA (180, II): 235-242

The morphology of the male genitalia of horse-flies (Diptera, Tabanidae) in the Armenian SSR. Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 51(3): 573-580

The morphology of the perianth in Nigella arvensis, N. damascena and Ranunculus illyricus. Preslia 46(2): 110-117

The morphology of the roots of beet. V. Abnormalities of the roots in beet. Listy Cukrovarnicke 88(11): 242-252

The morphology of the stigmata of representative larvae of Brachycera (Diptera). Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta Biologiya Pochvovedenie (2): 9-13

The morphology, biology and ecology of Carpoglyphus lactis (L., 1758) (Glycyphagidae, Acarina). Prace Naukowe Instytutu Ochrony Roslin 1972; 13(2): 63-166

The mortality of elderly Ugandan Africans. Tropical and Geographical Medicine 24(4): 385-392

The mosaic virus of Vigna unguiculata Walp.: some properties of the isolated virus. Academia de Ciencias de Cuba, Biologica 42: 3-15

The mosquito Culiseta alaskaensis alaskaensis (Diptera Culicidae) in Dombes. Annales de Parasitologie Humaine et Comparee 49(4): 501-504

The mosquito fauna of Sinai. Journal of Medical Entomology 10(1): 89-96

The mosquito fauna of Subic Bay Naval Reservation, Republic of the Philippines. Technical Report, First Medical Service Wing PACAF (72-2): 170 [+ 158]

The mosquitoes (Diptera, Culicidae) of Rennell and Bellona. Natural History of Rennell Island, British Solomon Islands 7: 41-60

The mosquitoes of Bwamba County, Uganda. IX. Further studies on the biting behaviour of an outdoor population of the Anopheles gambiae Giles complex. Bulletin of Entomological Research 62(3): 407-414

The mosquitoes of Bwamba County, Uganda. X. Observations on the biting behaviour of Anopheles spp. other than A. gambiae Giles, with notes on the behaviour of these species in the Entebbe area. Bulletin of Entomological Research 64(1): 45-51

The mosquitoes of the Red Sea area, Egypt. Journal of Medical Entomology 9(6): 581-582

The mosquitoes of the Santa Cruz faunal subarea of the Southwest Pacific (Diptera: Culicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology 11(2): 197-210

The mosquitoes of the northwestern United States. Technical Bulletin, Agricultural Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture (1447): iv + 111

The mosquitos of Quebec, their medical, veterinary and economic importance and the need for a mosquito control programme. Annales de la Societe Entomologique du Quebec 18(3): 138-146

The most dangerous insect pests of forest nurseries and juvenile growth in Vietnam. Erdo 20(6): 259-261

The most economic length of veneer log. Metsatehon Tiedotus (324): 21

The most economical systems of livestock production in the Maracaibo region (Venezuela). Revista de la Facultad de Agronomia 2(3): 63-67

The most effective methods of planning for promoting more profitable production in the food sector. Vezetes a Mezogazdasagban, az Elelmiszeriparban, az Erdeszet Faiparban 6(3): 141-149

The most favourable time and frequency for controlled pollination in Larix leptolepis (Sieb. et Zucc.) Gord. Bulletin of the Government Forest Experiment Station, Meguro (253): 39-53 + 1 pl.

The most favourable time for the insemination of Black-and-White cows in view of the duration of anoestrus post partum, conception rate and service period. VIIth International Congress on Animal Reproduction and Artificial Insemination, Munich, 1972 II: 1415-1420

The most frequent fungi causing diseases of forest trees in the experimental forestry area of the Faculty of Forestry in Belgrade. Glas Sumarskog Fak Univ Beogradu (44): 169-176

The most frequent reproductive disorders in cows and their seasonal variation. Nordisk Veterinaermedicin 25(4-5): 242-247

The most important apricot-growing areas, with climatic data and a review of rootstocks. Die wichtigsten Marillen Aprikosen Anbaugebiete mit Klimadaten und Unterlagenubersicht: 14

The most important chemical components of royal jelly and their role in the morphogenesis of bees. Uchenye Zapiski Gor' kovskii Gosudarstvennogo Universiteta imeni NI Lobachevskogo (125): 83-90

The most important diseases of Malvaceae. Nase Liecive Rastliny 11(1): 24-26

The most important experiences with income control in agriculture. Vezetes a Mezogazdasagban, az Elelmiszeriparban, az Erdeszet Fairparban 4(1): 9-18

The most important farm data for 300 co-operative farms for 1971. Mezogazdasagi es Elelmezesugyi Miniszterium Statisztikai es Gazdasagelemzo Kozpont (6): 86

The most important fungal and viral diseases and pests of the apricot tree with particular reference to apricot die-back. Die wichtigsten Pilz , Virus Krankheiten und Schadlinge des Marillenbaumes unter besonderer Berucksichtigung des Marillensterbens: 14

The most important grasses. Their importance in agriculture, lawns and landscaping. Die wichtigsten Graser Ihre Bedeutung fur Landwirtschaft, Rasen und Landschaftsgestaltung (Ed.2): 120

The most important helminths of swine in Cuba. Torreia (26): 18

The most important insect pests of Digitalis lanata. Nase Liecive Rastliny 11(3): 83-85

The most important parasites of pigs and the effect of Nilverm. Praxis Veterinaria 21(5): 257-261, 263

The most important pathogenic nematodes in fields and greenhouses. Rastitelna Zashchita 19(6): 19-23

The most important pests of cultivated Malvaceae. Nase Liecive Rastliny 11(1): 22-24

The most important problems of winter-wheat breeding. Selektsiya i sortov agrotekhn ozim pshenitsy: 3-12

The most important results and current problems in sorghum breeding and seed production. Byul VNII kukuruzy (1): 61-64

The most important results of cereal breeding in the Ukrainian SSR. Tagungsbericht, Akademie der Landwirtschaftswissenschaften der Deutschen Demokratischen Re ik (132): 11-17

The most important varieties of sweet cherry in Europe and America. Erwerbsobstbau 14(9): 133-135

The most important weed species in beet stands on various soils. 3e Reunion Internationale sur le Desherbage Selectif en Cultures de Betteraves, Paris, 1975: 395-408

The most important weeds of winter rape in the German Federal Republic. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 80(7): 385-394

The most northerly forests on earth. Priroda, USSR (12): 93-95

The most profitable use of straw. Zemledelie (8): 57-58

The most recent results of Swiss Brown bulls used in AI. Mitteilungen des Schweizerischen Verbandes fur kunstliche Besamung und der Schweizerischen Arbeitsgemeinschaft fur kunstliche Besamung 10(3): 65-69

The most successful winter-wheat varieties of the German Federal Republic in the past 20 years and the influence of the Weihenstephan gene material on the development of wheat breeding. Bayerisches Landwirtschaftliches Jahrbuch 50(Sonderhaft 1): 110-119

The most suitable date for harvesting carrot seed. Gradinarstvo 16(8): 15-16

The most suitable pruning method for the large-fruited rose, Rosa pomifera, grown for the processing industry. Vedecke Prace Vyskumneho Ustavu Rastlinnej Vyroby v Piest' anoch 10: 221-227

The most suitable training system for pears. Godisen Zbornik na Zemjodelsko Sumarskiot Fakultet na Univerzitetot Skopje, Ovostarstvo1973 1973; 25: 289-297

The most suitable varieties of Brussels sprouts for freezing. Biuletyn Warzywniczy 11: 334-354

The most widely distributed onion species, their origin and intraspecific classification. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 45(1): 19-41

The most widespread living forms in the genus Rubus L. Doklady TSKhA, Plodovodstvo i Ovoshchevodstvo (195): 117-121

The motility of the reticulorumen. 1. Character of the movements of the different sections and their relations in time. Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin, A 21(2): 132-141

The motility, acrosomal morphology and oxygen uptake of bull spermatozoa during processing and after freezing in straws. AI Digest 22(12): 12-15

The motor activity of the endoparasitic larvae of Pimpla turionellae L. and Pimpla flavicoxis Ths. (Hym., Ichneum.) in the host pupa. Entomophaga 17(2): 149-163

The motor function of the teat. Proceedings of the III All Union symposium on physiological principles of machine milking, Borovsk, September 1972: 112

The mound builders. Agricultural practices, environment, and society in the Central Highlands of New Guinea. American Ethnological Society Monograph (53): 253

The mound-building ant species of Bulgaria. Waldhygiene 10(4): 103-117

The mouthparts of Bryobia rubrioculus (Sch.) (Acarina: Tetranychidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 75(1): 96-111

The movement and description of fluometuron in Norge loam soil. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 33(12): 5618

The movement of 2,4-dichlorophenoxy acetic acid in root segments of Pisum sativum L. Planta 124(2): 177-189

The movement of Irish cattle in Scotland. Journal of Agricultural Economics 24(2): 331-351

The movement of an unemulsified oil test meal and aqueous- and oil-phase markers through the intestine of normal and bile-diverted rats. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Physiology and Cognate Medical Sciences 60(1): 1-13

The movement of cadmium in paddy soils 3. Effects of the surface drainage period of paddy fields on the absorption of cadmium by rice plants. Bulletin of Hokkaido Prefectural Agricultural Experiment Stations (29): 108-118

The movement of dye solution in dwarf-mistletoe-infected Black Spruce trees. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 3(2): 312-315

The movement of herbicides from the soil into plants with pre-emergence application. Khimiya v Sel' skom Khozyaistve 10(6): 453-456

The movement of organic ions through plant cell membranes. Pesticide Science 4(4): 612-615

The movement of paraquat as influenced by the partition coefficient of surfactants between water and leaf wax. Pesticide Science 3(2): 133-137

The movement of phosphates within the profile of derno-podzolic soils. Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii (6): 87-92

The movement of salts, and the effects on cereal yields resulting from the application of potassium refinery dust to the soil surface. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 54(1): 45-51

The movement of scientific farming. Union Research Service 71(25): 336-350

The movement of the pig cycle in Japan. Sogo Nogaku 21(3): 23-31

The movement of tobacco mosaic virus within the plant of Nicotiana tabacum L. cv. Samsun. Science Reports of Faculty of Agriculture, Kobe University 11(2): 245-248

The mucigenous glandular mucosa in the complex stomach of two new-world Camelids, the llama and guanaco. Journal of Morphology 137(1): 71-110

The mucosa of the small intestine of the horse: a microscopical study of specimens obtained through a small intestinal fistula. Equine Veterinary Journal 6(2): 74-80

The mucosal disaccharidases in the small intestine of the calf. Annales de Recherches Veterinaires 4(1): 57-69

The mucus agglutination test for vibriosis.. Etlik Veteriner Bakeriyoloji Enstitusu Dergisi 3(11/12): 27-34

The muddle of diets for gastrointestinal disorders. JAMA 225(10): 1243-1243

The mulga lands of Australia. Symposium held at Charleville, Queensland, August 22-24 1972. Tropical Grasslands 7(1): 170

The multichannel marketing system and its managerial problems in the Duna co-operative farm. Vezetes a Mezogazdasagban az Elelmiszeriparban, az Erdeszet Faiparban 6(5): 247-255

The multicomponent nature of broad bean mottle virus and its nucleic acid. Journal of General Virology 17(1): 111-117

The multifactorial model for the inheritance of liability to disease and its implications for relatives at risk. Biometrics 28(4): 931-946

The multilayered pavement epithelium of the anterior part of the gastrointestinal tract of pigs, horses and domestic ruminants.. Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde 113(Heft 10): 561-576

The multimoment method of improving labour efficiency. Vezetes a mezogazdasagban az elelmiszeriparban, az erdeszet faiparban 4(3): 126-132

The multiple effects of the growth retardant. Alar, on the growth of sweet cherry trees and development of fruits. Atti del 2o Convegno del Ciliegio, Verona, 1972: 8

The multiple role of forests in rural areas. Annales de Gembloux 77(4): 281-295

The multiple use of land. Outlook on Agriculture 6(6): 285-290

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The nation's range resources - a forest-range environmental study. Forest Resource Report, USDA Forest Service (19): vi + 145

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The native vegetation of the Crasna Plain in relation to soil distribution. Analele Institutului de Studii si Cercetari Pedologice 1974; 40: 281-291

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The natural addition of nitrogen, potassium and calcium to a Pinus banksiana Lamb. forest floor. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 2(4): 448-455

The natural conditions of forestry and wood production in Mongolia. Sozialistische Forstwirtschaft 23(2): 58-60

The natural control of ovulation in the sheep. University of Nottingham School of Agriculture Report 1974-1975: 53-65

The natural distribution of Picea abies in Eurasia. Allgemeine Forst und Jagdzeitung 145(10/11): 185-197

The natural enemies of Parlatoria blanchardi Targ. in the palm groves of the Adrar region of Mauritania. III.-Introduction, acclimatisation and effectiveness of a new predacious Coccinellid, Chilocorus bipustulatus L., variety iranensis (new variety). Annales de Zoologie Ecologie Animale 1971; 2(4): 617-638

The natural enemies of bagworms on oil palms in Sabah, East Malaysia. Pacific Insects 14(1): 57-71

The natural enemies of the mangold fly observed in France between 1949 and 1963 (Pegomyia betae Curtis, Diptera Muscidae). Annales de Zoologie, Ecologie Animale 4(2): 169-185

The natural enemies of the satin moth in the lowlands of western Siberia. Izvestiya Sibirskogo Otdeleniya Akademii Nauk SSSR, Biologicheskikh Nauk (10(2)): 102-109

The natural flora and the protection afforded by regional legislation. Italia Forestale e Montana 28(6): 217-220

The natural flora of the upper Oltet valley. Comunicari de Botanica 12: 163-171

The natural focality of Opisthorchis in the Voronezh Region, USSR. Voprosy Prirodnoi Ochagovosti Boleznei (7): 121-126

The natural focus of tick-borne encephalitis of sheep and man in the Rhodope mountains (Bulgaria). Folia Parasitologica 19(1): 33-40

The natural food preference of the European bison in seasons free of snow cover. Acta Theriologica 17: 151-169

The natural foods and nutrition handbook. The natural foods and nutrition handbook: xvi + 192

The natural history of West Malaysian Mangrove faunas. Malayan Nature Journal 25(2): 135-162 + 15 pl.

The natural history of experimental primary-inoculation Coccidioides immitis infection. International Journal of Dermatology 10(1): 17-23

The natural history of platelet-rich mural thrombi in systemic arteries of hypercholesterolaemic monkeys: light- and electron-microscope observations. Journal of Pathology 110(3): 203-212

The natural history of some West African insects. Entomologist' s Monthly Magazine 1973; 108(1295/97): 110-122

The natural history of the genus Culiseta in Alaska. Proceedings New Jersey Mosquito Extermination Association; 57: 56-70

The natural infestation of buffaloes, Bubalus bubalis L., 1758, in the State of Minas Gerais, Brazil, by larvae of Dermatobia hominis (L. Jr., 1781), Diptera, Cuterebridae. Revista da Faculdade de Medicina Veterinaria, Universidade de Sao Paulo 8(3): 691-697

The natural landscape of the Armenian SSR and possibilities of its utilization. Geographische Berichte (63): 75-99

The natural mortality of cabbage root fly eggs in peatland. Scientific Proceedings of the Royal Dublin Society, B 3(15): 195-199

The natural mortality of wheat-bulb fly eggs in bare fallow soils. Journal of Applied Ecology 10(3): 869-874

The natural mortality of wheat-bulb fly larvae. Journal of Applied Ecology 10(3): 875-879

The natural mutant Babeasca gri, a promising variety for the Odobesti vineyard. Anale, Institutul de Cercetari pentru Viticultura si Vinificatie1973 1974; 5: 69-80

The natural nidality of zoonoses in the Philippines. International Journal of Zoonoses 1(2): 58-74

The natural occurrence of broad bean wilt virus in rhizomatous iris and spinach. Plant Pathology 24(1): 60-61

The natural park of Guadeloupe. Revue Forestiere Francaise 24(3): 225-232

The natural reduction of some Stenodema Lap. (Het., Miridae) by parasites of the genus Leiophron Nees. (Hym., Braconidae). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 41(1): 183-192

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The natural regulation of buffalo populations in East Africa. 4. The food supply as a regulating factor, and competition. East African Wildlife Journal 12(4): 291-311

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The natural resistance to fungi of some timbers from the Congo (Forest of Mayumbe). Contributi Scientifico Pratici per una Migliore Conoscenza ed Utilizzazione del Legno 15(36): 63-68

The natural resources of the state of Puebla and their utilization. Los recursos naturales del estado de Puebla y su aprovechamiento: 251

The natural vegetation of Azerbaidzhan, its productivity and methods of improvement. Prirodnaya rastitel' nost' Azerbaidzhana, ee produktivnost' i pyti uluchsheniya: 239

The natural vegetation of gypsum bearing soils in South Central Africa. Kirkia 9(2): 279-292

The natural vegetation of the dry region of S.E. Spain. Botanische Jahrbucher fur Systematik 91: 147-308

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The nature and biochemical properties of the scrapie agent. Annales de l' Institut Pasteur, Paris 123(4): 571-583

The nature and biological activity of IPN virus neutralizing antibodies in normal and immunized rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri). Archiv fur die Gesamte Virusforschung 42(1): 9-20

The nature and change of peasant economies. Sociologia Ruralis 13(2): 141-171

The nature and chemical promotion of abscission in maturing cherry fruit. HortScience 6(4): 385-388

The nature and chemical properties of humic acid. I. Humus composition of soils used and the photometric properties of humic acid. Journal of the Science of Soil and Manure, Tokyo 43(7): 231-237

The nature and classification of two forms of tomato big bud. Nauchnye Doklady Vysshei Shkoly, Biologicheskie Nauki 16(5): 100-106

The nature and consequence of interference by Alopecurus myosuroides Huds. on the growth of winter wheat. Weed Research 12(2): 137-143

The nature and extent of synaptonemal complex formation in haploid barley. Chromosoma 48(4): 441-453

The nature and fertility of soils on volcanic ash from recent eruptions in the New Hebrides archipelago. I and II. Cahiers ORSTOM, Serie Pedologie 10(2): 123-151

The nature and impact of the international market for sugar. AID Discussion Paper, Department of State Agency for International Development (24): 33

The nature and importance of water-soluble organic acids in alpine soils. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Seances de l' Academie des Sciences, D 276(12): 1817-1820

The nature and logic of the peasant economy. 1: A generalisation. Journal of Peasant Studies 1(1): 63-80

The nature and logic of the peasant economy. II: diversity and change; III: policy and intervention. Journal of Peasant Studies 1(2): 186-206

The nature and periodicity of growth rings in the wood of Tarrietia utilis. Bois et Forets des Tropiques (159): 29-37

The nature and probable cause of rough egg shells laid by two lines of White Leghorns. Poultry Science 52(2): 500-506

The nature and relative importance of the principal mechanisms associated with 'lessivage' in pedology. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Seances de Seances de l' Academie des Sciences, D 277(13): 1133-1136

The nature and significance of resources used in Malawian peasant agriculture. Africa Quarterly 11(4): 307-317

The nature and transformation of clay minerals in terra rossa of southern Lebanon. Bulletin de l' Association Francaise pour l' Etude du Sol (1): 33-48

The nature and treatment of skin conditions observed in horses in Queensland. Australian Veterinary Journal 49(1): 35-40

The nature and use of comprehensive timber appraisals. Journal of Forestry 71(9): 565-567

The nature of K-micas of selected soils in the Canadian prairies. Transactions, 10th International Congress of Soil Science, VII: 107-114

The nature of aberrant plants with strings in varieties of dwarf French beans. Peulvruchten Aktualiteiten (30): 7

The nature of agricultural systems. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 63(4): 529-544

The nature of albina mutations in cotton obtained by irradiating the pollen. Uzbekskii Biologicheskii Zhurnal (1): 50-52

The nature of alkali-soluble soil organic phosphates. Journal of Soil Science 25(3): 282-297

The nature of biochemical mechanism of herbicide selectivity. Schmidt, R E Chief editor: Proceedings of Scotts Turfgrass Research Conference 1970 Volume 3 Weed Controls: 27-47

The nature of bonds between iron and organic compounds in soil. Science du Sol (2): 61-70

The nature of cabbage spotted necrosis. Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii (5): 148-154

The nature of carotenoid esterification in citrus fruits. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 21(6): 964-966

The nature of carotenoid esterification in tangerines. Journal of Food Science 38(6): 1032-1034

The nature of casein aggregates in heated and stored milk. Journal of Dairy Research 41(3): 359-366

The nature of chimerical plants. Eksperim biol s kh rast: 186, 244, 270

The nature of combining ability in buckwheat varieties. Genetika 9(5): 30-35

The nature of commodity futures as an economic and business interest. Food Research Institute Studies in Agricultural Economics, Trade, and Development 11(3): 257-268

The nature of control of Rhizoctonia solani by pentachloronitrobenzene in soil. Phytopathology 62(3): 385-387

The nature of cryogenic damage to ram spermatozoa. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Nauchno Issledovatel' skogo Instituta Zhivotnovodstva 33: 157-168

The nature of cytoplasmic male sterility in plants (a survey). Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya 9(3): 332-338

The nature of drought resistance in winter-wheat varieties. Povyshenie zasukhoustoich zern kul' tur: 33-43

The nature of estrogen and prolactin effect on mammary tumorigenesis. Cancer Research 33(2): 411-414

The nature of factors stimulating the assimilation of molecular and ammonium nitrogen by Azotobacter. Mikrobiologiya 42(6): 987-990

The nature of fats and fatty components in nondairy imitation milks. Journal of Food Science 38(6): 945-948

The nature of flowering, the pollen cycle and spontaneous hybridization of winter wheat. AzSSR Elmlar Akad habarlari Biol elmlari ser (1): 56-67

The nature of gene action and combining ability for some vegetative characters in tomato. Euphytica 23(1): 159-165

The nature of gibberellin-induced dormancy in aerial tubers of Begonia evansiana. Plant and Cell Physiology 13(5): 763-771

The nature of grape resistance to grey mould infection. Mikologiya i Fitopatologiya 7(3): 213-216

The nature of heritable variation of cotton characters after gamma irradiation of the plants and pollen. Genetika khlopchatnika: 106-124

The nature of humic compounds in runoff and drainage waters and experience in the assessment of the organic matter migration under natural vegetation in a tropical region. Transactions, 10th International Congress of Soil Science, VI I: 74-80

The nature of hydrolysis of individual casein components by some enzyme preparations. Voprosy Pitaniya (3): 26-30

The nature of immature avian erythrocytes in severe anaemia induced by phenylhydrazine. Journal of Cell Science 11(3): 771-776

The nature of immunity to pests in plants. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya 7(6): 846-855

The nature of immunosuppression in Trypanosoma brucei infections in mice. I. The role of the macrophage. II. The role of the T and B lymphocytes. Immunology 27(5): 815-824, 825-840

The nature of inheritance of CMS in various sugar-beet materials using different ways of selecting pollinators. Vopr genetiki, selektsii i tsitol sakharn svekly: 230-237

The nature of inheritance of certain characters in F1 hybrids of S. demissum Lindl. X S. andigenum Buk. Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Ordena Lenina Instituta Rastenievodstva Imeni NI Vavilova (28): 62-72

The nature of inheritance of morphological features and physiological and biochemical properties in the spontaneous hybrid of Prunus ussuriensis and Prunus spinosa. Tr Gor' kov s kh in ta 38: 56-86

The nature of inheritance of some characters in first-generation winter bread wheat hybrids. Doklady TSKhA (199): 59-63

The nature of injury to sugarcane ratoon caused by the nymph of Mogannia hebes Walker. International Society of Sugarcane Technologists: Proceedings of the International Society of Sugarcane Technologists Thirteenth Congress, Taiwan, March 2-17, 1968: 1403-1409

The nature of insulin deficiency in the pathogenesis of diabetes mellitus in adults and children of normal bodyweight. Problemy Endokrinologii 19(5): 3-7

The nature of insulin deficiency in the pathogenesis of diabetes mellitus in adults and children with excessive bodyweight. Terapevticheskii Arkhiv 45(9): 3-8

The nature of kolkhoz ownership and perspectives of its future. Ekonomiceskie Nauki (6): 25-30

The nature of major protein components of the newer varieties of Cicer arietinum. Journal of Food Science and Technology 11(3): 139-140

The nature of male sterility occurring in the seed progeny of scions in sugar beet. Genetika, USSR 10(4): 13-17

The nature of metabolic processes in polar explorers in the central Antarctic. Voprosy Pitaniya 32(2): 37-40

The nature of mixed-layer minerals in smonitzas. Pochvoznanie i Agrokhimiya 8(1): 31-36

The nature of mutation in hexaploid wheat. Symposia Biologica Hungarica 12: 73-82

The nature of non-protein nitrogen accumulation in Trifolium subterraneum root nodules. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 6(5): 313-318

The nature of pigment changes in the leaves of tomatoes after irradiation of the seeds. Fiziologiya i Biokhimiya Kul' turnykh Rastenii 6(6): 644-647

The nature of protective reactions and reasons for the different resistance of plants to experimental treatments. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 49(3): 258-268

The nature of reducing compounds formed from sucrose by Erwinia carotovora var. atroseptica. Journal of General Microbiology 78(2): 331-336

The nature of resistance of immune puppies to superinfection with Toxocara canis: evidence that immunity affects second- but not fourth-stage larvae. Parasitology 66(3): 415-422

The nature of resistance to barley frit fly in barley varieties. Nauch tr Ukr NII rastenievodstva, selektsii i genet 10/11: 264-270

The nature of root-promoting substances in Lycopersicon esculentum seedlings. Physiologia Plantarum 26(3): 306-309

The nature of soils and pH changes in land reclaimed for arable use in the Yala swamp. East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal 39(4): 397-401

The nature of some tomato and horse-bean mutants. Indutsirovan mutagenez u rast: 225-229

The nature of subfertility in dairy heifers. II. Prevalence and types of uterine microflora. Bulletin, Agricultural Experiment Station, Pennsylvania State University (794): 56

The nature of tendon damage and its repair. Equine Veterinary Journal 5(4): 141-149

The nature of tension wood in Machilus pseudolongifolia. Quarterly Journal of Chinese Forestry 6(Spec. Issue Ann. Mtg. 1973): 37-46

The nature of the nuclear cap and nuclear behavior in Phytophthora infestans. Canadian Journal of Botany 51(10): 1983-1984

The nature of the 4S antigens of the brucei subgroup trypanosomes. Experimental Parasitology 31(2): 178-187

The nature of the DNA-RNA complex and its connexion with the activity of the genome. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 52(1): 57-68

The nature of the action of rye pollen in winter wheat crosses. Sb nauch tr Belorus s kh akad 80: 36-43

The nature of the alcohol-soluble fraction of humic acids. Pochvovedenie (2): 34-38

The nature of the antibody response to Yersinia enterocolitica serotype IX in cattle. Journal of Hygiene 71(2): 309-323

The nature of the aromatic components of pears as revealed by studies using gas chromatography. Comptes Rendus de l' Academie Agricole Georgi Dimitrov 7(1): 21-24

The nature of the effects of the aphids Sitobion avenae and Metopolophium dirhodum on the growth of wheat. Annals of Applied Biology 79(1): 27-34

The nature of the establishment barrier for Trypanosoma brucei in the gut of Glossina pallidipes. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 67(3): 364-373

The nature of the evolutionary process. Ciencia e Cultura 26(5): 476-492

The nature of the field resistance plants to diseases and methods for its determination in breeding practice. Sb nauch tr Vses selekts genet in t (9): 239-252

The nature of the growth of Quercus robur of differing geographical origin under the conditions of the White Russian SSR. Fitotsenotich issled v Belorussii: 133-143

The nature of the increased rate of DNA synthesis in scrapie-affected mouse brain. Journal of Neurochemistry 19(12): 2767-2778

The nature of the induced variation in winter wheat under the influence of ethyleneimine. Genetika 9(3): 14-19

The nature of the inheritance of cytoplasmic male sterility in different material of sugar beet, using different methods of choosing the pollinators. Nauch tr Sev Kavkaz fil VNII sakharn svekly (6): 38-44

The nature of the inheritance of permanently induced changes in Nicotiana rustica III. F5 generation for five characters. Heredity 31(1): 112-118

The nature of the lymphoid tissue in the caecum of the domestic fowl. Current Science 42(18): 645-647

The nature of the manifestation of main colour and cover colour in the fruit of pear seedlings. Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii (6): 134-144

The nature of the mutational variability of barley in the M2 and M2 generations after irradiation. Probl eksperim genetiki: 147-151

The nature of the oxidative processes in the underground organs of germinating plants of maize mutants with high lysine content. Kukuruza (10): 24-25

The nature of the physiological dwarfing of embryos of dormant seeds. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 59(1): 14-23

The nature of the protective effect of antisera against Escherichia coli diarrhoea in piglets. Journal of Medical Microbiology 5(3): 345-353

The nature of the scrapie agent. Journal of Clinical Pathology 25(Supplement 6): 154-155

The nature of the sensitivity of Sanilac navy bean to zinc stress. Agronomy Abstracts: 26

The nature of the sensitivity of spring wheat to the action of chemical mutagens. Auyl saruasylyk gylymynyn habarsysy (12): 16-21

The nature of the serum alkaline phosphatases in liver diseases. Journal of Clinical Pathology 27(5): 392-398

The nature of the stimulation of the growth of Streptococcus lactis by yeast extract. Journal of Dairy Research 42(1): 123-138

The nature of the sublethal effects of modern organic pesticides on pests of agricultural crops. Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 51(3): 554-560

The nature of the thermoregulatory sensitivity to cholinomimetic drugs in the cerebral ventricles of sheep. Journal of Physiology 236(1): 31p-32p

The nature of the water-retaining forces in moderately moist soils of average and heavy mechanical composition. Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Ordena Lenina Akademii Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk Imeni VI Lenina (12): 36-37

The nature of the white colour of petals. Annals of Botany 38(158): 1033-1037

The nature of variability in scions and their seed generations in remote grafts in the family Cucurbitaceae. Nauch tr NII ovoshch kh va (2): 119-126

The nature of variability in spring wheats of different origin on being sown in autumn. Genetika i selektsiya Materialy I oi mezhres ikanskoi konferentsii po problemam genetiki i selektsii: 196-198

The nature of variegation. Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society 99(10): 440-443

The nature of water potential gradients in trees. Berichte der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft 85(7/9): 341-351

The nature of white heifer disease and its mode of inheritance. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 33(2): 512-513

The nature of work and industrialized production processes in socialist agriculture. Einheit 29(8): 936-941

The nature, structure, and peculiarities of different 'timber exchanges'. Mitteilungen, Bundesforschungsanstalt fur Forst und Holzwirtschaft (89): 90

The necessary number of recordings for determining the protein content of milk for a lactation. Vedecke Prace Vyskumneho Ustavu Zivocisnej Vyroby v Nitre (12): 121-128

The necessity for and the importance of a fundamental distinction between the type and degree of weathering. Application to the question of the definition of ferrallitization. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Seances de l' Academie des Sciences, D 280(7): 825-828

The necessity for irrigation in the Czech hop-growing regions. Chmelarstvi 45(4): 50-52

The necessity of supplementing laying hen diets with linoleic acid. British Poultry Science 15(3): 325-331

The necessity of the Poisson distribution for the equivalence of some random mating models. Mathematical Biosciences 17(1/2): 1-10

The necessity of thinning peaches. Informatore di Ortoflorofrutticoltura 13(10): 3-7

The necessity, the conditions and measures to be taken for introducing an age-related performance test in pigs. Tierzucht 26(11): 428-430

The necrobiotic action of CCl4 and Menichlopholane (Bilevon M Bayer) on Fasciola hepatica L. Helminthologia 1971; 11(1/4): 247-254

The nectar bat, Glossophaga soricina, as a pest of bananas in Panama. Tropical Agriculture 52(1): 85-89

The nectarine Cascata: a new variety for the south of Brazil. Boletim Tecnico, Instituto de Pesquisas Agropecuarias do Sul, Pelotas (92): 21-23

The nectarine cultivar Angelo Marzocchella, a single-layered periclinal chimera. Genetica Agraria 27(2/3): 210-216

The nectary and nectar production in Digitalis species. Acta Biologica Szeged 16(1/2): 43-50

The need for a chiasma binder. Journal of Theoretical Biology 48(2): 485-487

The need for a rational utilisation of the montane temperate forests of south India. Indian Forester 99(12): 707-716

The need for a unification of the regional planning and development legislation applicable in Austria. Part 1 and 2. Berichte zur Raumforschung und Raumplanung 18(1/2; 3): 3-25; 1-8

The need for an improved serologic test for histoplasmosis. Histoplasmosis Proceedings of the Second National Conference: 464-467

The need for and the problems of the assessment of economic injury thresholds. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 77: 610-627

The need for capital in dairy factories as a function of seasonal fluctuations in the production of milk. XIX International Dairy Congress 1E: 846-847

The need for chemical control of pests and the use of fertilizers. Pollution and the use of chemicals in agriculture; ed by DEG Irvine and B Knights: 1-15

The need for closer coordination between forestry and wood industry, or lessons to be learnt from the Helsinki conference - May 1972. Revue Forestiere Francaise 24(5): 332-345, xxxiv

The need for dietary choline by young Japanese quail. Poultry Science 52(6): 2362-2363

The need for distribution maps of vectors of pathogenic micro-organisms, and blood-sucking, parasitic and venomous arthropods. Compte Rendu des Seances de la Societe de Biogeographie 46(404-406): 169-176

The need for forest inventories. The need for forest inventories: 19

The need for grafted seed orchards of Douglas Fir. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo (11): 55-56

The need for improved antimycotic therapeutic agents. Histoplasmosis Proceedings of the Second National Conference: 468-471

The need for improved weed control on peasant farms. An economist's view. Proceedings 11th British Weed Control Conference: 1061-1067

The need for intensification in animal production and the consequent pollution problem. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 23(12): 1393-1398

The need for labour co-operation between agriculture and other sectors. Munkaugyi Szemle 17(6): 41-44

The need for logging machinery in the 1970's. Redogorelse, Forskningsstiftelsen Skogsarbeten (8): 31

The need for magnesium fertilizers in the fertilizing system. Rostlinna Vyroba 18(11): 1199-1208

The need for mechanization in crop production under different systems of organization. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae, Facultas Agroeconomico 10(2): 121-128

The need for mycorrhizas for cocksfoot growth at high altitude: a note. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 18(1): 95

The need for nutrition education legislation. Journal of Home Economics 66(1): 24-25

The need for rapid assays of protein quality. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 22(4): 556-557

The need for rational management of agricultural land resources (in Poland). Wies Wspolczesna 16(9): 33-38

The need for some innovative concepts of innovation: an examination of research on the diffusion of innovations. Policy Sciences 5(4): 433-451

The need for the systems approach to rural development research. Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics 6(1): 43-52

The need for truth-in-food-labeling legislation. Journal of Home Economics 66(1): 27

The need for, and method of execution of, tending fellings in young stands of Pseudotsuga menziesii. Revista Padurilor 88(4): 209-211

The need of education in weed science and training in practical weed control in Europe. 3rd Symposium on New Herbicides 1969 (Volume 2): 7-20

The need of higher plants for chemical elements. Angewandte Botanik 48(1/2): 21-38

The need of tea plantations in north west Georgia for hard pruning. Subtropicheskie Kul' tury (2): 6-7

The need to disinfect slaughterhouse effluent. Fleischwirtschaft 54(Heft 7): 1179-1186

The need to introduce universal primary education in pastoral areas (Tibet). Hung ch' i (5): 83-86

The need to take into account the feed-back phenomenon in entomological studies of the parasite/host system. Wiadomosci Ekologiczne 18(1): 29-37

The needle-infesting Pine gallmidge (Thecodiplosis brachyntera). Biology and control. Tidsskrift for Planteavl 73: 367-377

The needs and prospects for change and international co-ordination in the administration of crop protection programmes. Agricultural Administration 2(1): 29-41

The negative correlation of nodulation with bean yield in soils where nitrogen is not a limiting factor to plant growth. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira, Agronomia 7: 49-56

The negative effects of CCC and fungicide treatments of wheat seeds. Rostlinna Vyroba 18(5): 511-519

The negative influence of industrial air pollution on agricultural production. Scientia Agriculturae Bohemoslovaca 6(3): 147-159

The neglected human factor. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 55(5): 879-887

The neglected side of black-pod control. East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal 40(1): 72-76

The nematicidal activity of two chemicals (PEI-145 and PEI-150) developed in Romania for controlling root knot nematodes (Meloidogyne incognita) in greenhouses. Analele Institutului de Cercetari pentru Protectia Plantelor 1974; 10: 441-447

The nematicidal effects of varied rates of raw and composted sewage sludge as soil organic amendments on a root-knot nematode. Plant Disease Reporter 59(8): 631-634

The nematode Alfortia edentatus (Looss, 1900) from the intestine of an Upper Pleistocene horse. Parazitologiya 6(5): 441-443

The nematode Ditylenchus dipsaci Kuhn - a dangerous pest of garlic and onion crops. Revista de Horticultura si Viticultura 21(5): 73-78

The nematode Nematodirus helvetianus in cattle in Turkey. Pendik Veteriner Kontrol ve Arastirma Enstitusu Dergisi 2(1): 154-158

The nematode Pratylenchus zeae Graham in sugar cane. Revista Industrial y Agricola de Tucuman 50(2): 39-43

The nematode Setaria cervi (Rud., 1819) from Altay deer. Parazitologiya 6(1): 89-90

The nematode Skrjabingylus nasicola (Metastrongyloidea) in mustelids: a new record for New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Zoology 1(4): 501-502

The nematode and insect fauna in beet crops, in 'Les Secondes Journees de Phytiatrie et de Phytopharmacie circum Mediterraneennes'. Anales del Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agrarias, Proteccion Vegetal (1): 148-165

The nematode fauna in the northern Black Sea zone. Rivista di Patologia Vegetale 9(4, Suppl.): 103-106

The nematode fauna of Goa. Indian Journal of Helminthology 23(1): 11-20

The nematode fauna of Goa. Pt. II. Indian Journal of Helminthology 1974; 24(1): 22-35

The nematode fauna of Hibiscus cannabinus and its rhizosphere; its dynamics at the main stages of vegetative growth. Voprosy fitogel' mintologii v Uzbekistane Book 3: 69-116

The nematode fauna of orange and lemon in the Adzhar ASSR. Parazitologicheskii Sbornik, Tbilisi (3): 155-158

The nematode fauna of potato infected with fungi and bacteria in the Karelian ASSR and the Moscow region. Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Gel' mintologii im KI Skryabina (6): 65-72

The nematode fauna of the Dalmatian Islands. I. The Longidoridae of Vis, Bisevo, Budikovac and Korcula. Nematologia Mediterranea 1(2): 115-123

The nematode fauna of the sublittoral region of the German Bight, especially in the titanium waste disposal area near Helgoland. Veroffentlichungen des Instituts fur Meeresforschung in Bremerhaven 14(3): 305-327

The nematode fauna on Petrich 84 tobacco in the vicinity of Petrich. Izvestiya na Tsentralnata Khelmintologichna Laboratoriya 17: 5-16

The nematode fauna on maize and its rhizophere; its dynamics in the Tashkent area. Voprosy fitogel' mintologii v Uzbekistane Book 3: 15-68

The nematode genus Maxvachonia (Oxyurata: Cosmocercidae) in Australian reptiles and frogs. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia 96(2): 101-108

The nematode of sand filters. (Water purification station of Bremen). Bulletin de la Societe Vaudoise des Sciences Naturelles 71(336): 89-98

The nematode problems of turfgrasses and their control. Proceedings of a Symposium on the protection of horticultural crops in the Caribbean held at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine, Trinidad, 8-11 April, 1974: 131-134

The nematodes of the banana tree in Madagascar. Aspects of the problem and its economic importance. Fruits 28(9): 607-612

The nematodes of winter wheat plants, apparently healthy, or infected with snow mould. Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Gel' mintologii im KI Skryabina (11): 16-20

The nematological population of the Po river. Bollettino di Zoologia 41(3): 183-210

The neonatal puppy as an experimental subject. Biology of the Neonate 18(3/4): 173-182

The nephropathy of experimental hepatosplenic schistosomiasis. American Journal of Pathology 76(3): 433-450

The nervous system of larval Schistosoma mansoni as revealed by acetylcholinesterase staining. Journal of Parasitology 60(3): 437-446

The nest architecture of stingless bees with special reference to those of Costa Rica (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Revista de Biologia Tropical 21(Suppl. 1): 1-279

The network planning technique and the operative management of agricultural production. Narodnostopanski Arhiv 25(3): 283-294

The networks of relationships between people. A study of a rural environment. Population 27(4/5): 641-684

The neural input of the milk ejection reflex in the hypothalamus. Endocrinology 92(4): 973-983

The neural spread of pseudorabies virus in calves. Journal of General Virology 20(1): 17-28

The neuraminic acid content of milk. Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift 60(2/3): 60-62

The neuro-endocrine system of sheep. IV. Effect of insulin on the cytological and biochemical blood elements. Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 82(3): 116-118

The neuro-endocrine system of the honeybee. Insectes Sociaux 19(3): 251-258

The neurohumoral control of pancreatic exocrine secretion. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 26(3): 291-310

The neurological signs of piperazine poisoning. (Report of two recent cases). Bordeaux Medical 5(4): 391-400

The neurophysins. Advances in Enzymology and Related Areas of Molecular Biology 40: 271-333

The neutron method for measuring soil moisture content. A review. Journal of Soil Science 23(4): 499-511

The never-ending challenge to find a russet-free Golden. American Fruit Grower 93(2): 24

The new (Austrian) law on wine from the point of view of the international market. Forderungsdienst 20(7): 222-226

The new (Bulgarian) economic mechanism in purchasing. Hranitelna Promislenost 22(3): 1-4

The new Aargau dairy in Suhr, Switzerland. Schweizerische Milchzeitung 100(9): 54

The new Bulgarian raspberry variety Shopska alena. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 9(5): 51-55

The new Covent Garden market. Fruit Trades Journal 146(46, Supplement): 1-152

The new Cremo SA dairy plant. Schweizerische Milchzeitung 100(91): 627

The new Czechoslovak milking installations for ewes and their parameters. XIX International Dairy Congress 1E: 3-4

The new Dzhebel Basma tobacco varieties Pobeda 2 and Pobeda 3. B"lgarski Tyutyun 18(11): 13-16

The new EEC Directive on Emulsifiers and Stabilizers. International Flavours and Food Additives 6(1): 22-24, 28

The new Emmental cheese factory, Kaltbrunn. Schweizerische Milchzeitung 100(81, Olma-Sondernummer): 551-554

The new Gyrodactylus species (Monogenoidea) from cyprinid fishes from the eastern USSR. Folia Parasitologica 22(1): 85-87

The new Hungarian agriculture. The new Hungarian agriculture: 138

The new Hungarian village, a sociological investigation. Tatsachen und Meinungen (27): viii+88

The new Japanese pear varieties Hakko and Hosui. Bulletin of the Fruit Tree Research Station, A Kaju Shikenjo Hokuku, A (1): 1-12

The new Kazanluk essential oil-bearing rose cultivar Iskra. Rasteniev"dni Nauki 12(8): 59-63

The new MC dairy at Kalmar. Svenska Mejeritidningen 65: 387....397

The new MC dairy in Gotene. Nordeuropaeisk Mejeri Tidsskrift 38(8): 176-184

The new MC dairy in Kalmar. Nordeuropaeisk Mejeri Tidsskrift 40(2): 51-68

The new Perfora pressing tank. Nordeuropaeisk Mejeri Tidsskrift 39(4): 112-113

The new SAES-USDA planning and implementation system: implications for agricultural research in the Western States. Proceedings of the annual meeting of the WAERC Committee on Natural Resources Development, San Francisco, California October 23-25, 1972: 141-153

The new Saint-Hubert dairy factor. Technicien du Lait (Sept.): 60-73

The new Swiss hybrid maize variety Orla 230. Mitteilungen fur die Schweizerische Landwirtschaft 20(4): 79-85

The new Swiss maize cultivar Orla 230. Metteilungen fur die Schweizerische Landwirtschaft 20(4): 79-85

The new Tele-relascope. Forstarchiv 43(4/5): 106-107

The new bee disease legislation. Imkerfreund 27(7): 222-227

The new agricultural land tax. A big dilemma. Review of the River Plate 155(3893): 811-813

The new agriculture in the United States: a dissenter's view. Land Economics 48(3): 228-239

The new amphidiploids Nicotiana goodspeedii W. X Nicotiana tabacum L. 2n = 88, an important source in breeding for complex resistance to diseases. Comptes Rendus de l' Academie Agricole Georgi Dimitrov 7(2): 67-71

The new apple cultivar Goro, bred by the Eidgenossische Forschungsanstalt, Wadenswil, Switzerland. Baumschulpraxis 5(11): 304-305

The new apple variety Akane. Bulletin of the Horticultural Research Station, C Morioka (8): 1-11

The new apple variety Stoyanova Krasavitsa. 40 g Inst ovoshcharstvo Kyustendil, 1929-1969: 141-145

The new approaches to the improvement of plant breeding techniques. Kor J Breed 4(2): 144-151

The new apricot cultivar Filipopol. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 12(1): 3-6

The new apricot cultivar Iztochna. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 11(2): 23-26

The new apricot variety Festivalna. 40 g Inst ovoshcharstvo Kyustendil, 1929-1969: 129-133

The new bases for assessment of cheese. Mejeritidskrift for Finlands Svenskbygd 36(6): 19-22

The new battle of Britain. The new battle of Britain: x+169

The new biology of pollen. Naturwissenschaften 60(5): 247-253

The new cattle enterprise unit. Mezogazdasagi Technika 13(11): 1-3

The new cheese factory at Wilstar/Holstein, German Federal Republic. Nordeuropaeisk Mejeri Tidsskrift 40(8): 278-280

The new cheese factory in Kulmbach. Deutsche Molkerei Zeitung 95(33): 1196-1197

The new cheese mould remover manufactured by Alfa-Laval/Tebel. Nordeuropaeisk Mejeri Tidsskrift 40(9): 304-305

The new cheese store in Alkmaar. Nordeuropaeisk Mejeri Tidsskrift 41(2): 55-56

The new citrus varieties Kuno-unshu and Seto-unshu. Bulletin of the Horticultural Research Station, B Okitsu (12): 1 - 13

The new clearing device on the RPK 'clear-and-plant' combine. Beitrage fur die Forstwirtschaft 8(4): 174-175

The new co-operative associations and their economic and social significance. Deutscher Raiffeisenverband, Bundesverband der Raiffeisen Warengenossenschaften: Report of proceedings, general meeting of members of the West German Raiffeisen Association and Federal Association of Raiffeisen wholesale co operatives 26 and 27 June 1972 in Bonn: Verhandlungsbericht Mitgliederversammlung des Deutschen Raiffeisenverbandes und des Bundesverbandes der Raiffeisen Warengenossenschaften am 26 und 27 Juni 1972 in Bonn: 33-42

The new cold-resistant, high-yielding naked barley Koang-sung. Research Report of the Office of Rural Development, Crop, S Korea Nong sa Si hem Yen ku Po ko, Jak mul pyun 16: 65-69

The new curd conveyor belt from Hansen & Fredsgaard. Nordeuropaeisk Mejeri Tidsskrift 41(3): 106-107

The new dairy at Gotene. Svenska Mejeritidningen 64(18): 279-282, 284-287, 290-292, 294

The new dairy of Molkerei Nordheide eG in Sittensen. Nordeuropaeisk Mejeri Tidsskrift 40(4): 123-131

The new dairy plant Gossau/St. Gallen, Switzerland. Schweizerische Milchzeitung 98(90): 695-696

The new dairy plant of the Dairy Union Gross-Hannover eGmbH. Molkerei Zeitung Welt der Milch 27(9): 253-256, 258, 260

The new definition of logging : the law of 25 October 1972. Foret Privee Francaise (88): 45-49

The new description of male, pupa and larva of Aedes (Finlaya) savoryi Bohart, 1956, with a note on its bionomics. Japanese Journal of Sanitary Zoology 24(2): 129-134

The new ecology and community theory: similarities, differences, and convergencies. Rural Sociology 39(3): 319-334

The new ecophysical approach to forest-water relationships in arid climates. The new ecophysical approach to forest water relationships in arid climates: 142

The new face of Hoyer. Dairy Industries 40(1): 15-17, 20-23

The new federal pest control unit. Annual Report of the Nigerian Stored Products Research Institute: 23-26

The new flax varieties P359 and K6. Tr VNII l' na (9): 33-42

The new foliage begonias Nocturne and Andante. Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 28(30): 17

The new genetics and the future of man. The new genetics and the future of man: 242

The new genus Arctopoa (Griseb.) Probat. (Poaceae). Novosti sistemat vyssh rast, II: 44-54

The new high tide of the movement to learn from Tachai in agriculture. Issues and Studies 9(9): 11-13

The new hybrids Fablo F1 and Diamant F1. Zahradnik 5(11): 334-335

The new law for mountain areas. Montane communities and development plans. Annali, Accademia Italiana di Scienze Forestali 22: 287-313

The new law on milk testing. Mejeritidskrift for Finlands Svenskbygd 35(5): 4-6

The new mechanized cheese store in Alkmaar, Netherlands. Nordeuropaeisk Mejeri Tidsskrift 40(9): 323-329

The new mulberry variety Ukraine 510. Shovkivnitstvo Resp mizhvid temat nauk zb (9): 11-14

The new oat cultivar 'Gora'. Note Technique, Station d' Amelioration des Plantes, Belgium (6/14): 18

The new oat variety Anita. Revue de l' Agriculture 28(3): 637-645

The new occupational safety law and its application in dairy plants. Deutsche Milchwirtschaft 26(3): 61-65

The new onion variety Oktyabr'skii. Nauch tr Kazakhsk NII Kartof i ovoshch kh va 4: 104

The new organization of the fruit and vegetable market. Revue du Marche Commun (162): 55-58

The new orientation in rural development in Madagascar. Revue de la Societe d' Etudes et d' Expansion 74(263): 83-86

The new phase of development of the poultry sector in the 5th five-year plan. Baromfiipar 20(10): 433-441

The new plum variety Desertna. Ovoshcharstvo (7): 28-30

The new pork as a food. Canadian Home Economics Journal 23(4): 10-13

The new potato variety Kusbasskii rannii. Tr Kemerov, gos s kh opyt st (4): 69-74

The new principles for assisting investment by individual farms in W. German agriculture. AID Inform fur die Wirtschaftsberatung 22(9): 1-6

The new processing cherry cultivars, Gamma and Delta, raised at the Federal Research Station, Wadenswil. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Obst und Weinbau 111(4): 83-87

The new processing tomato cultivars Ohio 2070, Ohio 2170, and Ohio 2470. Research Summary, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (65): 1-3

The new quince cultivar Triumph. Nauchni Trudove, Vissh Selskostopanski Institut "Vasil Kolarov" 21(3): 95-99

The new rape variety Yu-dal. Research Reports of the Office of Rural Development, Crop Nong Sa Su Hum Yun Ku Bo Ko, Jak Mul Pyun 14: 67-70

The new regulations on principal fellings in the forests of the USSR. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo (1 ; 2): 18-24; 22-26

The new rice technology and labor absorption in Philippine agriculture. Malayan Economic Review 16(2): 117-158

The new rice variety Reiho. Bulletin of the Kyushu Agricultural Experiment Station Kyushu Nogyo Shikenjo Hokoku 17(3): 293-314

The new rural society through communication technology. Research Management (4): 14-26

The new short-culmed rice variety Tong-il. Research Report of the Office of Rural Development, Crop, S Korea Nong sa Si hem Yen ku Po ko, Jak mul pyun 16: 1-12

The new soya-bean variety Bong-eui. Research Reports of the Office of Rural Development, Crop Non Sa Su Hum Yun Ku Bo Ko, Jak Mul Pyun 14: 57-60

The new soybean variety Oku-Shirome. Bulletin of the Tohoku National Agricultural Experiment Station (48): 1-30

The new spelt variety Renval. Revue de l' Agriculture 25(2): 193-199

The new spring-wheat variety Biisk. Introduktsiya i akklimatiz Kul' turn rast v Sibiri: 225-233

The new strategy for the genetic improvement of cotton. Indian Farming 21(12): 5-6, 11

The new strategy of comprehensive area development programme in West Bengal - an analytical study. Singh, K : Integrated area development planning: purposes and procedures: 47

The new sweet-potato variety Hoang-mi. Research Reports of the Office of Rural Development, Crop Nong Sa Su Hum Yun Ku Bo Ko, Jak Mul Pyun 14: 61-65

The new synthetic cereal crop - triticale. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya 9(2): 309-312

The new system of material incentives in state farms. Internationale Zeitschrift der Landwirtschaft (4): 369-371

The new taxes - a detached view. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 69(1): 55-65

The new tenure system in Zaire and expropriation for the public good. Etudes Zairoises (2): 61-68

The new tobacco variety Petrich 84. B"lgar Tyutyn 17(9): 8-16

The new tobacco variety Sandanski 321. Rasteniev' ' dni Nauki 10(10): 65-73

The new varieties under dryland conditions: Mexican wheats in Tunisia. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 55(1): 54-57

The new variety Prunus persica var. aposarca, and notes on the systematics of the species. Darwiniana 17: 443-457

The new variety of strong wheat Kamyshinskaya 3. Tr Volgogr s kh in ta 44: 94-100

The new very early dessert variety Misket Plevenski. Lozarstvo i Vinarstvo 21(1): 19-21

The new walnut cultivars Elit, Petovio and Haloze. Zbornik Biotehniske Fakultete Univerze v Ljubljani, Kmetijstvo (21): 213-217

The new walnut varieties Elit, Petovio and Haloze. Zbornik Biotehniske Fakultete Univerze v Ljubljani, Kmetijstvo 21: 213-217

The new wasabi (Wasabi japonica) varieties Sanbe, Sabume and Iwami. Bulletin of the Shimane Agricultural Experiment Station (11): 31-40

The new wheat variety Gruzanka. Savremena Poljoprivreda 21(5/6): 5-12

The new wheat variety Kosmajka. Savremena Poljoprivreda 20(3): 5-13

The new wheats and the green revolution. Agronomie Tropicale, I 29(8): 765-771

The new winter barley cultivar 'Gipsy'. Note Technique, Station d' Amelioration des Plantes, Belgium (6/13): 23

The new winter rye cultivar Kombaininyai. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (5): 59-60

The new, early, disease-resistant wheat variety Sin-koang. Research Report of the Office of Rural Development, Crop, S Korea Nong sa Si hem Yen ku Po ko, Jak mul pyun 16: 19-24

The newborn of diabetic mothers. Observations on 154 cases, 1958-1972. Biology of the Neonate 24(1): 1-31

The newborn pig as an experimental animal. II. Blood glucose under cold stress.. Zeitschrift fur Versuchstierkunde 15(Heft 2/3): 65-82

The newly bred forage sorghum variety 'Sendachi'. Bulletin of the Hiroshima Prefectural Agricultural Experiment Station (32): 51-68

The newly developed rice variety Mil-sung. Research Reports of the Office of Rural Development, Crop Nong Sa Si Hem Yen Ku Bo ko, Jak Mul Pyen 15: 1-6

The newly-developed winter wheat cultivar Zora. Genetika a Slechteni 8(4): 291-300

The next green revolution. New Scientist 57(838): 657-658

The next tasks in vegetable breeding and seed production. Selektsiya i semenovodstvo kartofelya, ovoshch, plod kul' tur i vinograda: 90-92

The next ten years of meat hygiene. Veterinary Record 89(20): 528-530

The nicotine adenine dinucleotide requirement of Mycoplasma synoviae. Avian Diseases 16(2): 387-396

The nicotinic acid activity of nicotinic acid nitrile and estimation of the niacin requirement of Japanese quail. International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research 42(2): 205-213

The ninety-year period for Dr. Beal's seed viability experiment. American Journal of Botany 60(2): 140-145

The ninth retinula cell in the ommatidium of the worker honey bee (Apis mellifica L.). Zeitschrift fur Zellforschung und Mikroskopische Anatomie 147: 589-593

The nitrate absorption capacity of extracts from homogenates of maize root. Structure and function of primary root tissues Proceedings of a symposium, Tatranska Lomnica, September 7-10, 1971, Czechoslovakia: 403-407

The nitrate and cyanogenetic status of certain plants in New South Wales. Science Bulletin, New South Wales Department of Agriculture (83): 68

The nitrate reduction test as an additional criterion for assessing the microbiological quality of milk. Przeglad Mleczarski 22(12, Kwartalny Dodatek Naukowy 4): 4-6

The nitric-N content of forages and its toxicity to animals. Rivista di Agronomia 7(2/3): 37-40

The nitrification and recovery of nitrogen placed at different depths in a slit loam soil. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 33(8): 2420-2421

The nitrifying activity of some soils treated with herbicides and fertilizers. Pochvoznanie i Agrokhimiya 8(1): 125-134

The nitrifying bacteria in soils from Rothamsted classical fields and elsewhere. Journal of Applied Bacteriology 36(3): 523-529

The nitroblue tetrazolium dye test. Medical Annals of the District of Columbia 41(7): 422-426

The nitrogen and ash content of apple leaves in relation to the degree of soil salinity and alkalinity. Trudy Gosudarstvennogo Nikitskogo Botanicheskogo Sada 53: 39-50

The nitrogen and humus balance in soil. Italia Agricola 110(1): 99-106

The nitrogen balance in premature infants fed on acidified and unacidified milk. Minerva Pediatrica 24(18): 749-754

The nitrogen balance under legumes in meadow-serozemic soils of the Chuiskoi Valley. Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Ordena Lenina Akademii Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk Imeni VILenina (7): 18-20

The nitrogen content of the plant as a measure of the nitrogen supply for winter wheat. Agrokhimiya (12): 7-15

The nitrogen cycle. Ugeskrift for Agronomer og Hortonomer 2(7): 126-131

The nitrogen fertilization of gladioli (sources, time of application and placing). Cientifica 1(1): 24-32

The nitrogen metabolism of young plants of Soja hispida Moench. without their cotyledons. Investigation of the pathways of putrescine synthesis. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Seances de l' Academie des Sciences, France, D 279(2): 161-163

The nitrogen nutrition of maize in the early stages of ontogeny. Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii (4): 73-79, 88

The nitrogen nutrition of spray chrysanthemums (cv. Hurricane) grown as a year-round crop in soil borders. Experimental Horticulture (26): 1-16

The nitrogen nutrition of sunflower (Helianthus annuus): effect on yield and grain composition. Agrochimica 16(3): 254-263

The nitrogen nutrition of the lowbush blueberry. 2. Relationships among nitrogen supply, vegetative growth, and tissue composition. Research in the Life Sciences 20(8): 1-7

The nitrogen nutrition of the lowbush blueberry. 3. Leaf analyses in the assessment of nitrogen responses of field plants. Research in the Life Sciences 20(8): 8-11

The nitrogen ration of the dairy cow. Revue de l' Agriculture 27(2): 269-283

The nitrogen requirements of ratoon crops of sugarcane in relation to age and time of harvest. Proceedings of the 45th Annual Congress, South African Sugar Technologists' Association: 205-210

The nitrogen responsiveness of new rice hybrids. Thai Journal of Agricultural Science 7(2): 79-84

The nitrogen status beneath beef cattle feedlots in eastern Nebraska. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings 39(1): 107-111

The nitrogen supply in some forest associations of SW Germany. Flora, German Democratic Re ic 161(4): 383-400 + 2 tab.

The nitrogen test farm at de Veluwe. Stikstof 79(7): 208-217

The nitrogen trial farm in the Veluwe. Stikstof 7(79): 209-217

The nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium balance in Soviet agriculture in 1969. Agrokhimiya (9): 12-17

The nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium balance in the agriculture of the USSR in 1968-1971 and the outlook for 1975. Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii (4): 80-86

The nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium balance in the plant-fertilizer system in relation to the effectiveness of individual types of mineral fertilizers in a grain-beet rotation. Agrokhimiya (1): 3-11

The nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium content of the aerial organs of the grapevine cultivars Csaba Gyongye, Dimyat and Mavrud. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 9(1): 87-95

The nitrogen-phosphorus interaction in plants. Agrochimica 1972; 16(1/2): 53-61

The nitrogenous constituents of Passe Crassane pears throughout storage. Qualitas Plantarum et Materiae Vegetabiles 22(3/4): 205-221

The nitrosamines, carcinogenic contaminants of foods. Cahiers de Nutrition et de Dietetique 7(4): 281-286

The noise of the chain saw (II). The effects of some lead valve type silencers and the evaluation of chain-saw noise. Bulletin of the Ehime University Forest (11): 1-10

The nomenclatural implications of the taxonomy of Danthonia in Canada. Canadian Journal of Botany 52(7): 1573-1581

The nomenclatural status of Saperda inornata Say (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). Michigan Entomologist 1972; 4(2): 33-38

The nomenclature of 46- and 54-chromosome voles of the species Microtus arvalis Pall. (Rodentia, Cricetidae). Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 51(1): 157-161

The nomenclature of Salmonella, its usage, and definitions for the three species. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 18(11): 1629-1637

The nomenclature of piebald or spotted sheep. Ark 2(7): 163-169

The nomenclature of some Gymnosporangium species. Annali, Accademia Italiana di Scienze Forestali 21: 359-367

The non-H-2 histocompatibility loci and their antigens. Transplantation Reviews 15: 26-49

The non-black-earth zone of the RSFSR: some results and lines of development of agriculture. Voprosy Ekonomiki (10): 38-49

The non-destructive testing of wood by means of sonic vibrations. Industria Lemnului 23(6): 232-238

The non-reversible effects of red and far red light on the content of gibberellin-like substances in pea internodes. Journal of Experimental Botany 25(87): 733-739

The non-specialised pests of tea in the USSR and their control. Subtropicheskie Kul' tury (6): 174-187

The non-specific stimulation of immunoglobulin secretion following specific stimulation of the immune system. Immunology 27(3): 401-412

The non-surgical removal of mycotic nails by means of potassium iodide. Dermatologische Monatsschrift 159(6): 631-636

The non-suturing of parietal peritoneum in abdominal surgery of the horse. Veterinary Record 93(12): 328-335

The non-teratogenicity of 2,4,5-trichlorophenoxyacetic acid in the Rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta). Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 13(4): 477-482

The non-timber plant resources of the northern Ob region. An attempt at resource assessment and mapping. Rastitel' nye Resursy 11(1): 3-15

The noncollagen protein in adipose tissue as an index of cell number. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 140(3): 782-786

The nonstructural carbohydrates. Chemistry and biochemistry of herbage Volume 1: 105-155

The normal and diseased superficial flexor tendon in race horses. A morphologic and physiologic investigation. Acta Radiologica. Supplementum 305: 1-94

The normal canine iridocorneal angle as viewed with the scanning electron microscope. Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association 11(2): 180-184

The normal karyotype of Zel sheep. 1st World Congress on Genetics applied to Livestock Production, 7-11 October 1974-3 Contributed papers: 219-222

The normal karyotype of the guinea-fowl. Tsitologiya i Genetika 8(6): 535-536, 569

The normal serum cystine aminopeptidase (CAP) range in pregnancy. Clinica Chimica Acta 47(1): 89-92

The northern San Joaquin region. Proceedings and papers of the thirty ninth Annual Conference of the California Mosquito Control Association, Inc, Oakland, California, January 25-27, 1971: 11-12

The northern forests of Gwynedd. Forestry 47(1): 17-28 + 4 pl.

The northern forests of Iran along the Caspian coast. Indian Forester 100(5): 342-346

The northern forests of Iran along the coast of the Caspian. Italia Forestale e Montana 28(1): 27-29

The northern limits of moose (Alces alces) in western Canada. Journal of Mammalogy 53(1): 129-138

The northern limits of the distributions of Hickories in New England. Rhodora 75(801): 34-51

The northern root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne hapla Chitw.) on carrot - pathogenicity and control. Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych 154: 159-172

The northern root-knot nematode, a harmful pest of carrots in Kazakhstan. Biologiya i Geografiya Sbornik Statei (5): 82-84

The not so efficient B/C analysis - inconsistency and resource supply and demand. The not so efficient B/C analysis inconsistency and resource supply and demand:

The noxious effect of Russian knapweed (Acroptilon repens (L.) D.C.) in field plant associations. Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii (2): 221-223

The nuclear basophilia of the silk gland cells in Melipona quadrifasciata. Homenagem a Warwick E Kerr: oferecida pelos seus ex alunos por ocasiao de seu 50 deg aniversario: 225-236

The nuclear cycle and the terminology of spore states in Uredinales. Mycologia 65(2): 432-443

The nuclear division of Toxoplasma. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 67(2): 250-253

The nuclear structure of some organs of the plant nematode Aphelenchus avenae at different stages of its development in laboratory cultures. Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Gel' mintologii im KI Skryabina (11): 29-33

The nuclei of the anterior part of the hypothalamus of the cow. Journal für Hirnforschung 14(1): 27-41

The nuclei of the posterior part of the hypothalamus of the cow. Zeitschrift für Mikroskopisch-Anatomische Forschung 86(2): 244-256

The nucleic acid and protein content in growth zones of Zea mays root. Structure and function of primary root tissues Proceedings of a symposium, Tatranska Lomnica, September 7-10, 1971, Czechoslovakia: 245-250

The nucleic acid components adenine and uracil in growth and development. Analele Universitatii Bucuresti, Biologie Vegetala 22: 41-48

The nucleic acid content of consecutive ejaculates of buffalo and Friesian bulls. Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin, A 22(1): 76-80

The nucleic acid of canine distemper virus: effects of 6-azauridine and actinomycin D on viral replication, and the incorporation of uridine into virions. American Journal of Veterinary Research 35(6): 821-824

The nucleic acid of infectious bronchitis virus. Archiv fur die Gesamte Virusforschung 43(3): 259-271

The nucleolus organizer region (NOR) of maize: a summary. Genetics 74(2, II): s212

The Nucleolus Organizer Region of Maize (ZEA MAYS L.): Tests for Ribosomal Gene Compensation or Magnification. Genetics 77(2): 285-297

The number and distribution of pits on one tracheid, and their variation in a trunk of Todo-Matsu (Abies sachalinensis Fr. Schm.). Research Bulletins of the College Experiment Forests, Hokkaido University 29(2): 189-205

The number and germination ability of sclerotia of Pellicularia sasakii (Shirai) S. Ito in no-cultivating paddy fields. Proceedings of the Association for Plant Protection of Hokuriku (21): 6-8

The number and morphology of chromosomes in some perennial Onobrychis species of Central Asia. Morfogenez, rast arin zony: 97-110

The number and morphology of trypanosomes in the blood and lymph of rats infected with Trypanosoma brucei and T. congolense. Parasitology 70(2): 255-261

The number and percentage viability of commensal microorganisms recovered from the teat canal of the cow. British Veterinary Journal 128(5): 270-274

The number and size of chloroplasts in apple leaves in relation to crown shape and illumination. Sbornik Nauchnykh Rabot, Plodovodstvo i Yagodovodstvo Nechernozemnoi Polosy vol IV: 332-343

The number and size of drifting nymphs of Ephemeroptera, Chironomidae, and Simuliidae by day and night in the River Stranda, Western Norway. Norsk Entomologisk Tidsskrift 19(2): 127-131

The number and structure of specialized workers with secondary school education in Czechoslovak agriculture. Zemedelska Ekonomika 20(8/9): 561-571

The number of carpels in okra fruits as a productivity factor affected by the ecological conditions and the genotype. Epistemonike Epeteris 15: 157-220

The number of colonies and the density of honeybees in sunflower fields in relation to the pollination of the crop. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Entomologie 71(4): 385-389

The number of fibres in a muscle. Institute of Meat Bulletin (84): 12-16

The number of grains per ear or per panicle of cereals as the most important element in yield structure. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanice, Genetike i Selektsii 51(2): 171-186

The number of leaf-spots caused by Marssonina brunnea as a measure of the susceptibility and tolerance of Poplar clones to the fungus. Topola 18(100/101): 121-122

The number of male and female flowers on cucumber varieties and its inheritance in their progeny. Biologicheskii Zhurnal Armenii Hayastani Kensabanakan Handes 27(6): 93-95

The number of neutral alleles maintained in a finite, geographically structured population. Theoretical Population Genetics 2(4): 437-453

The number of nitrite-oxidizing bacteria in soil percolated with nitrite. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 17(2): 54-60

The number of nucleoli and nucleolus-organizing chromosomes in meiosis of Triticale and Agrotriticum. Genetika, USSR 9(1): 5-10

The number of pins in a point quadrat frame. Journal of Applied Ecology 11(2): 745-754

The number of secondary roots as a structural feature of meadow phytocoenoses. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR 201(1): 246-249

The number of slaughter cattle infected with Cysticercus bovis and the degree of infection in individual animals at Lodz abattoir in the period 1965-1969. Medycyna Weterynaryjna 28(1): 45-46

The number of spermatozoa in the spermatheca of bumble bee queens. Apidologie 4(3): 267-274

The number of stomata in certain spring wheat varieties. Uch zap Omskii gos ped in t (51): 143-144

The number of veterinarians in relation to the domestic animal population. Blue Book for the Veterinary Profession (20): 1-14

The numbers and distribution of advance growth on regeneration areas. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 57(6): 632-643

The numerical analysis of infiltration into heterogeneous porous media. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings 36(6): 868-874

The numerical and plant-age dynamics of tufted-grass coenoses in the desert-steppe subzone of Karaganda province in the central Kazakhstan. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 57(7): 779-793

The numerical intraspecific taxonomy of Eucalyptus globulus Labill. (Myrtaceae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 69(2): 89-104

The nun moth, Lymantria monacha L., in Denmark (Lep., Lymantriidae). Entomologiske Meddelelser 40(3): 129-139

The nun moth, Lymantria monacha, in Denmark. Entomologiske Meddelelser 40: 129-139

The nursery production of native Scottish trees and shrubs. Scottish Forestry 29(2): 102-110

The nursing and suckling behaviour of pigs. I. The importance of stimulation of the anterior teats. British Veterinary Journal 129(4): 324-336

The nursing and suckling behaviour of pigs. II. Vocalization of the sow in relation to suckling behaviour and milk ejection. British Veterinary Journal 130(4): 346-356

The nursing and suckling behaviour of pigs. III. Behaviour when milk ejection is elicited by manual stimulation of the udder. British Veterinary Journal 131(4): 416-426

The nursing and suckling behaviour of pigs. IV. The effect of interrupting the sucking stimulus. British Veterinary Journal 131(5): 549-559

The nursing rabbit: some consequences of intensification of production. Bulletin Technique d' Information (277): 96-102

The nutmeg industry of Grenada. Working Paper, Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of the West Indies (3): 50

The nutrient balance in a crop rotation with different rates of fertilizing. Rostlinna Vyroba 18(11): 1159-1170

The nutrient balance in a light-chestnut soil, systematically fertilized in a vegetable crop rotation. Khimiya v Sel' skom Khozyaistve 11(4): 20-22

The nutrient composition of cultured dairy foods. Cultured Dairy Products Journal 8(1): 16-19

The nutrient content of apple leaves V. Variation due to sampling and climatic effects. Tidsskrift for Planteavl 78(5): 607-614

The nutrient content of maize silage, its digestibility and its correlation with dry matter content. Wirtschaftseigene Futter 20(1): 66-74

The nutrient content of periglacial mantle layers on Bunter Sandstone in Eastern Thuringia in relation to the parent materials. Archiv fur Acker und Pflanzenbau und Bodenkunde 17(7/8): 533-540

The nutrient content of selected ecotypes of crested dog's-tail (Cynosurus cristatus L.). Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych, F 78(4): 93-101

The nutrient cycle: key to continuous forest production. Journal of Forestry 73(7): 400-403

The nutrient economy of upland land-use systems. Journal of the Agricultural Society, University College of Wales 51: 4-8

The nutrient immobilization hypothesis for the decline of Lolium multiflorum seeded on burned brushlands. Proceedings of the 12th International Grassland Congress Chemicalization of grassland farming 2: 417-426

The nutrient mixture, a new concept in parenteral feeding. Bulletin de l' Academie Nationale de Medecine 157(6): 469-476

The nutrient potential of the soil. Bulletin des Recherches Agronomiques de Gembloux (Hors Serie): 148-161

The nutrient recovery from sphagnum peat, brown coal and bark substrates as measured by universal soil testing procedure. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen Rijksuniversiteit Gent 38(4): 1945-1953

The nutrient regime of soil under basil and nutrient consumption by the plant. Agrokhimiya (9): 74-82

The nutrient requirements of different spice capsicum cultivars and strains. Acta Fytotechnica 29: 101-111

The nutrient requirements of herbage on deep acid peat. Journal of Agricultural Science, UK 80(3): 425-434

The nutrient requirements of pasture on blanket peat. Hill pasture improvement and its economic utilisation Papers presented at the 3rd Colloquium of the Potassium Institute Ltd, Edinburgh, 1972: 19-23

The nutrient requirements of sunflower. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Sunflower, 25-29 July 1972, Clermont Ferrand: 63-72

The nutrient status of bananas in the Canary Islands. II. Cation interactions. Anales de Edafologia y Agrobiologia 32(1/2): 161-169

The nutrient status of older Spruce stands in climatic gradients of the hill areas of Saxony. Flora, German Democratic Re ic 161(5/6): 472-494

The nutrient status of orchards as shown by leaf analysis II. Pear, cherry and plum. Frugtavleren 2(9): 324-326

The nutrient status of six field crops grown on soils treated with liquid digested sludge. Proceedings, Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida 33: 183-185

The nutrient status of the soil under crops of castor-bean with the sequential application of Treflan and 2,4-D. Khimiya v Sel' skom Khozyaistve 13(1): 47-49

The nutrient value of fruits from Hippophae rhamnoides. Igiena 23(1): 13-20

The nutrient value of the calcium of calcium phosphates. Agrokhimiya (3): 27-32

The nutrients in beech and spruce stands in the Solling project. Gottinger Bodenkundliche Berichte (25): 174

The nutrition and fertilizing of forest plants. Forstliche Pflanzenernahrung und Dungung: 481

The nutrition and treatment with fertilizers of Norway Spruce plantations in the Massif Central. Annales des Sciences Forestieres 29(1): 3-34

The nutrition crunch: a world view. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 29(8): 50-54

The nutrition factor; its role in national development. The nutrition factor; its role in national development: xii + 290

The nutrition of A.Y.R. spray chrysanthemums in loamless media. Colloquium proceedings The Nutrition of Protected Crops (2): 83-88

The nutrition of Friesian calves during the suckling period. United Arab Re ic Journal of Animal Production 11(1): 113-119

The nutrition of Malaysian aboriginal children. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 26(1): 95-100

The nutrition of artificially reared lambs. 1. The effect of different feeding methods applied at three stages of growth. Animal Production 15(3): 285-292

The nutrition of artificially reared lambs. 2. The effect of feed restriction at three stages of growth on growth and carcass composition. Animal Production 15(3): 293-300

The nutrition of artificially reared lambs. 3. The effect of sex on the performance and carcass composition of lambs subjected to different nutritional treatments. Animal Production 16(1): 49-57

The nutrition of glasshouse chrysanthemums. Short Term Leaflet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (123): 8

The nutrition of glasshouse ornamental crops (non-woody). Colloquium proceedings The Nutrition of Protected Crops (2): 49-60

The nutrition of ruminant animals in relation to intensive methods of agriculture. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 183(1073): 321-336

The nutrition of some maize hybrids and fertilizer application. Probleme Agricole 25(5): 5-18

The nutrition of spruce and pine in the Bunter Sandstone region of Thuringia in relation to site factors determined by position and substrate. Archiv fur Acker und Pflanzenbau und Bodenkunde 17(7/8): 541-554

The nutrition of the subcuticular mycelium of Rhynchosporium secalis (barley leaf blotch) : permeability changes induced in the host. Physiological Plant Pathology 2(4): 383-392

The nutrition of the veal calf. 5. Comparison of two margarine fats. Animal Production 17(2): 97-107

The nutrition of the veal calf. 6. The effect of ultra-high (68 per cent) fat milk powders added to liquid skim milk, and a comparison with spray-dried skim milk powder containing 20 per cent margarine fat. Animal Production 17(2): 109-127

The nutrition of the veal calf. III. A comparison of liquid skim-milk with a diet of reconstituted spray-dried skim-milk powder containing 20% margarine fat. British Journal of Nutrition 24: 459-475

The nutrition problem in India. Kurukshetra 23(9): 4-7

The nutrition rehabilitation village. The nutrition rehabilitation village: 25

The nutrition, resistance to antibiotics and ultrastructure of Prototheca wickerhamii. Journal of General Microbiology 83(0): 179-182

The nutritional and culinary qualities of potato varieties. Sb nauch rabot NII s kh Tsentr chernozem polosy 5: 137-143

The nutritional and genetic influence on number and size of muscle fibres and their response to carcass quality in pigs. World Review of Animal Production 8(3): 18-26

The nutritional basis of caste determination in honey bees. Insect and mite nutrition: 271-279

The nutritional biology of Psychodid larvae (Diptera, Nematocera). Acta Biologica Debrecina70; 7-8: 169-175

The nutritional contribution of foods served in public secondary schools in Metropolitan Manila. Philippine Journal of Nutrition 27(1): 11-19

The nutritional effect of animal and plant diets on the development and fecundity of Euborellia annulipes (Lucas) (Dermaptera:Labiduridae). Bulletin de la Societe Entomologique d' Egypte 1972; 55: 219-229

The nutritional efficiency of improved methods in Nigerian Agriculture. Econometrics Workshop Papers, Michigan State University (7302): 46

The nutritional evaluation of kidney beans (Phaseolus vulgaris). The effect on nutritional value of seed germination and changes in trypsin inhibitor content. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 24(8): 937-944

The nutritional evaluation of meat meals for poultry. World' s Poultry Science Journal 30(2): 129-136

The nutritional index, a practical correlation measurement for relating physical performance to body measurements. Zeitschrift fur die Gesamte Innere Medizin 27(1): 15-18

The nutritional intake of farmers engaged in vinylhouse work.. Japanese Journal of Nutrition 30(3): 123-127

The nutritional physiology of the corn plant. 3. Effect of nitrogen application and spacing on dry matter production and grain yield. Journal of the Science of Soil and Manure, Japan 40(12): 498-503

The nutritional position in Peru,. International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research 43(3): 387-396

The nutritional requirements of young tuberous begonias. Mededeling Rijksstation voor Sierplantenteelt, Melle (27): 1-17

The Nutritional Role of Pistil Exudate in Pollen Tube Wall Formation in Lilium longiflorum: I. Utilization of Injected Stigmatic Exudate. Plant Physiology 50(1): 7-14

The Nutritional Role of Pistil Exudate in Pollen Tube Wall Formation in Lilium longiflorum: II. Production and Utilization of Exudate from Stigma and Stylar Canal. Plant Physiology 52(2): 87-92

The nutritional state of Danish fruit orchards as shown by leaf analysis. I. Apples 1963-66. Tidsskrift for Planteavl 77(1): 37-47

The nutritional state of Danish fruit orchards as shown by leaf analysis. II. Pears, cherries and plums 1967-70. Tidsskrift for Planteavl 77(2): 244-254

The nutritional state of children in a welfare hospital in Sao Paulo, irrespective of diagnosis. Revista de Saude Publica 5(1): 77-81

The nutritional status and radiosensitivity of some Cicer arietinum L. cultivars. Experientia 29(11): 1426-1428

The nutritional status of Picea abies stands in Greece in relation to humus type and soil nutrients. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen 125(10): 736-755

The nutritional status of avocado trees growing in CNIA gardens. Proceedings of the Tropical Region, American Society for Horticultural Science 17: 29-32

The nutritional status of cereal plants, evaluated and regulated on the basis of plant chemical composition. Kornplanters ernaeringstilstand vurderet og reguleret udfra planternes kemiske sammensaetning: 247

The nutritional status of children in the Turks and Caicos Islands. West Indian Medical Journal 23(2): 92-97

The nutritional status of cotton on Greek calcareous soils. International symposium on soil fertility evaluation proceedings Volume 1: 219-228

The nutritional status of gamma irradiation induced macromutants of Phaseolus vulgaris L.cv. Blue Lake. Radiation Botany 12(6): 369-372

The nutritional status of potatoes in the Freistadt District, Upper Austria. Bodenkultur 23(2): 111-126

The nutritional status of pre-school children in Kenya. East African Medical Journal 49(7): 513-520

The nutritional teamwork approach: prevention and regression of cataracts in rats. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 71(10): 4164-4168

The nutritional value and trypsin inhibitor content of processed soybeans for lamb milk replacers. Canadian Journal of Animal Science 54(3): 337-346

The nutritional value of Phormium tenax seed oil as shown by weanling rats. New Zealand Journal of Science 14(3): 519-523

The nutritional value of certain crops on the lesser cotton leaf worm, Spodoptera exigua Hbn. (Lepidoptera:Noctuidae). Bulletin de la Societe Entomologique d' Egypte 1972; 55: 41-48

The nutritional value of diets for wool growth. Proceedings of the Australian Society of Animal Production 9: 314-320

The nutritional value of some Uganda mushrooms. Acta Horticulturae (33): 171-176

The nutritional value of some foods consumed on San Tome Island. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 3(3): 237-242

The nutritional value of some tropical root crops. Proceedings of the Tropical Region, American Society for Horticultural Science 17: 290-294

The nutritional value of varieties and its effect on plant resistance to pests. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Nauchno issledovatel' skogo Instituta Zashchity Rastenii 37: 30-40

The nutritional value of wheat protein for early growth of layer and broiler breeder pullets. Poultry Science 52(4): 1646-1651

The nutritional value of yeast grown on alkanes determined in experiments with rats and piglets on mixed grain and tapioca meal base diets. Zeitschrift für Tierphysiologie, Tierernahrung und Futtermittelkunde 33(3): 151-158

The nutritional values of bread purchased in the market. Japanese Journal of Nutrition 31(3): 113-121

The nutritive adequacy of some Nigerian peasant diets. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 2(4): 297-306

The nutritive effectiveness of some mixed feeds in intensive fattening of growing pigs. Zhivotnovudni Nauki 10(1): 61-70

The nutritive quality of stone fruits. Qualitas Plantarum et Materiae Vegetabiles 21(3): 203-221

The nutritive value and organoleptic properties of white Arabic bread supplemented with soybean and chickpea. Cereal Chemistry 51(1): 106-112

The nutritive value and voluntary intake of elephant grass (Pennisetum purpureum) by sheep. Acta Veterinaria, Yugoslavia 24(2): 67-73

The nutritive value for dairy cows of silage made from formaldehyde-treated herbage. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 26(4): 769-776

The nutritive value for growing pigs of single cell protein (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) produced from sulphite spent liquor. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 14(1): 160-167

The nutritive value for lactating dairy cows of corn silage harvested at different maturities and treated with urea. Atti del VI Simposio Internazionale di Zootecnia: 390-397

The nutritive value for young pigs of cooked potato flake in comparison with maize meal. Journal of Agricultural Science 83(1): 1-5

The nutritive value of 12 tropical forage plants from the Chiang Mai region of Thailand. Landwirtschaftliche Forschung 26(4): 313-325

The nutritive value of Napier grass and Pangola grass in Taiwan. Journal of the Agricultural Association of China (83): 46-53

The nutritive value of Thai fish products. 1. The vitamin content. Fiskeridirektoratets Skrifter Serie Teknologiske Undersokelser 5(7): 11

The nutritive value of Thai fish products. 2.Amino acid composition. Fiskeridirektoratets Skrifter, Teknologiske Undersoekelser 5(9): 13

The nutritive value of a sample of dried poultry manure for the laying hen. British Poultry Science 15(2): 159-166

The nutritive value of barley, maize, oats and wheat for poultry. British Poultry Science 15(6): 561-567

The nutritive value of basal feeds in relation to methods of growing and preserving. Landwirtschaftliche Forschung 28(II Sonderheft): 236-245

The nutritive value of cooked camas as consumed by Flathead Indians. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 1(3): 193-195

The nutritive value of date. Punjab Horticultural Journal 12(1): 54-57

The nutritive value of dried poultry manure for poultry. Proceedings 1972 Australasian Poultry Science Convention: 77-82

The nutritive value of dried red clover as a supplement for perennial ryegrass hay. British Journal of Nutrition 32(2): 317-326

The nutritive value of ensiled fodder. 1. Intake. Agricultura Tecnica 35(1): 47-60

The nutritive value of field beans (Vicia faba L.) for laying hens. British Poultry Science 14(6): 557-567

The nutritive value of fodder beet under the U.A.R. conditions. United Arab Re ic Journal of Animal Production 11(2): 233-243

The nutritive value of fodder kale. Bulletin, Vykumny Ustav Zelinarsky, Olomouc1973; (16/17): 121-126

The nutritive value of fodder yeast produced from Iraqi dates. Alexandria Journal of Agricultural Research 20(1): 63-67

The nutritive value of food consumption in Canada (1949-1971). Canadian Farm Economics 8(6): 11-17

The nutritive value of grasses and their mixtures in relation to the rates of application of nitrogen fertilizers. Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Ordena Lenina Akademii Sel' skokhozyaisstvennyyk Nauk Imeni VI Lenina (8): 10-11

The nutritive value of grassland swards fertilized with high rates of nitrogen. Nowe Rolnictwo 23(11): 17-19

The nutritive value of green corn in comparison to two concentrate mixtures in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Thai Journal of Agricultural Science 6: 89-99

The nutritive value of groundnut (Arachis hypogaea) straw. Agronomia Tropical 22(3): 287-290

The nutritive value of hay from tropical grasses cut at various growth periods. 1. Haymaking, crude nutrient and mineral contents. Wirtschaftseigene Futter 18(2): 107-113

The nutritive value of herbage in semi-arid lands of East Africa. 1. Chemical composition. East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal 40(1): 89-95

The nutritive value of kikuyu grass, Pennisetum clandestinum, in the wet upper montane region of Sri Lanka: II. Concentrate feeding for milk production. Ceylon Veterinary Journal 22(3/4): 48-52

The nutritive value of leaf proteins isolated from the leaves of different crop plants. Journal of Food Science and Technology, India 12(1): 23-26

The nutritive value of maize grown for silage and the basic principles of its cultivation in the light of experiments carried out in France. Nowe Rolnictwo 24(9): 21-23

The nutritive value of milk protein products. XIX International Dairy Congress 1E: 564-565

The nutritive value of peas and field beans for hens. Swedish Journal of Agricultural Research 5(3): 159-161

The nutritive value of pineapple by-products for ruminants. Journal of the Agricultural Association of China 79: 22-26

The nutritive value of poultry droppings: their metabolisable energy. Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire de l' Ecole d' Alfort 149(3): 337-347

The nutritive value of processed roughages for fattening cattle and sheep. Proceedings of the British Society of Animal Production: 61-72

The nutritive value of processed roughages for milking cattle. Proceedings of the British Society of Animal Production: 53-60

The nutritive value of protein enriched cereal foods based on wheat, soybean and peanut flours and containing varying amounts of proteins. Nutrition Reports International 7(2): 111-118

The nutritive value of protein from lucerne and hybrid lucerne (Medicago media Pers.). Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie Sklodowska, E 27: 453-467

The nutritive value of some agricultural by-products. Technical Bulletin, Agricultural Research Institute, Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Nicosia, Cyprus (18): 12

The nutritive value of some green fodder plants in the Chiang Mai Region of Thailand. Zeitschrift fur Tierphysiologie Tierernahrung und Futtermittelkunde 28(5): 276-285

The nutritive value of sugar cane top in Taiwan and a comparison of its digestibility in water buffalo, zebu and Holstein cattle. Journal of the Agricultural Association of China (82): 50-59

The nutritive value of sunflower plants and their products in the United Arab Republic. Archiv fur Tierernahrung 22(3): 195-201

The nutritive value of sweet white lupine forage and seed for ruminants. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 34(5): 1829-1830

The nutritive value of triticale and rye in broiler diets containing field beans (Vicia faba L.). British Poultry Science 16(1): 17-22

The nutritive value of various growth stages of Pennisetum purpureum. East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal 39(3): 325-329

The nutritive value of weeping lovegrass during the spring season. 1. Digestibility and yield of digestible nutrients. Journal of the British Grassland Society 28(3): 149-152

The nutritive value of weeping lovegrass during the spring season. 2. The use of faecal fibre and nitrogen to predict digestibility. Journal of the British Grassland Society 28(4): 243-245

The nutritive value, for growing pigs, of single cell protein (Candida utilis) produced from sulphite spent liquor. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica 24(1): 3-6

The oak leaf roller (Archips semiferanus Walker) sex pheromone complex: field and laboratory evaluation of requisite behavioral stimuli. Experientia 31(6): 629-631

The oak symposium, held at Morgantown, West Virginia, 16-20 August 1971. The oak symposium, held at Morgantown, West Virginia, 16-20 August 1971: 161

The oak trees Lepidoptera in Iran. Journal of Entomological Society of Iran 1(2): Pe 109-128; en 161-167

The oak wilt situation. Northeastern Forest Experiment Station: United States, Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station: The oak symposium, held at Morgantown, West Virginia, 16-20 August 1971: 124-128

The oat cyst nematode, Heterodera avenae, occurs in oats in Oregon. Plant Disease Reporter 59(1): 1-3

The oat variety L'gov 78. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (5): 52

The objective approach for using plant characteristics, both physical and chemical, in describing a cultivar for Plant Variety Protection. Agronomy Abstracts: 56

The objective evaluation of wool length and colour. Tierzucht 28(5): 232-235

The objects and aims of landscape management within the framework of academic forestry training. Forstwissenschaftliches Centralblatt 94(1): 1-9

The obligation to take care of the land (Para 26 of the Baden-Wurttemberg Agriculture and Land Conservation Act). Legal and technical economic aspects. Agrarrecht 4(11): 196-299

The obliquebanded leafroller and Cenopis pettitana infesting maple buds in Michigan. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 66(5): 1166-1167

The obnoxious weed Eupatorium odoratum (Compositae) in Ghana. Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science 5(1): 75-78

The occult virus of nuclear polyhedrosis of the silkworm larvae. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 22(2): 292-295

The occupational structure and qualifications of agricultural manual workers up to 1990. Zemedelska Ekonomika 20(8/9): 533-545

The occupational structure of the Nanai rural population. Soviet Sociology, IASP Translations 12(2): 69-83

The occurence and intensity of mycorrhiza in cultivated plants. Transactions, 10th International Congress of Soil Science, III: 81-88

The occurrence and abundance of Heliothis assulta afra (Hardwick) in light traps in South Africa (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Journal of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa 36(2): 309-310

The occurrence and biology of Bryobia ribis Thomas. Zeszyty Naukowe Szkoly Glownej Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego Ogrodnictwo (5): 159-177

The occurrence and cause of cavitation of American elm shoot nodal tissue infected by Ceratocystis ulmi. Phytopathology 64(3): 290-293

The occurrence and control of apple scab and apple mildew in 1970 in several intensive orchards in the south of the German Democratic Republic. Archiv fur Gartenbau 20(4): 333-349

The occurrence and control of fungal storage diseases of apples. Nachrichtenblatt fur den Pflanzenschutz in der DDR 28(11): 226-228

The occurrence and control of pests in 1970 in some intensive apple orchards in the south of the German Democratic Republic. Archiv fur Gartenbau 20(4): 317-332

The occurrence and control of the Bruce spanworm in the Okanagan Valley, 1972. Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia 70: 8-10

The occurrence and control of the starling (Sturnus vulgaris) and the importance of the damage it causes in viticulture in the Burgenland. Pflanzenschutzberichte 44(1/4): 35-61

The occurrence and control of tobacco yellow dwarf. Victorian Tobacco Grower 6(2): 2, 4-5

The Occurrence and Development of Amylase Enzymes in Incubated, De-embryonated Maize Kernels. Plant Physiology 55(5): 893-898

The occurrence and differentiation of sperm abnormalities in relation to the clinical condition of testes in bulls. Veterinarni Medicina 20(3): 175-184

The occurrence and distribution of mastitis bacteria in Shami goats in the Ghuta region of Damascus. Beitrage zur Tropischen Landwirtschaft und Veterinarmedizin 11(2): 135-143

The occurrence and distribution of mastitis bacteria in cows in Syria. Beitrage zur Tropischen Landwirtschaft und Veterinarmedizin 11(2): 119-133

The occurrence and distribution of mound-building wood ants of the group of Formica rufa (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Baden-Wurttemberg. Allgemeine Forst und Jagdzeitung 141(8/9): 172-178

The occurrence and ecology of mites of the genus Acarus (Acarina, Acaridae) in Poland. Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych, Seria E 1(2): 57-73

The occurrence and economic importance of the lemon and orange wheat blossom gall midges (Contarinia tritici Kirby and Sitodiplosis mosellana (Gehin)) in the Netherlands. Elfde jaarboekje van de Stichting Nederlands Graan Centrum: 59-79

The occurrence and effects of the local strains of the California encephalitis group of viruses in domestic mammals of Florida. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 22(6): 788-795

The occurrence and establishment of parasites in a pig herd established by hysterectomy. Research in Veterinary Science 17(1): 28-31

The occurrence and extent of false heart in Beech. Drevarsky Vyskum 16(1/2): 23-37

The occurrence and genetic bases of alkaloids in natural populations of Lupinus nanus. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 33(3): 1024

The occurrence and growth of Trembling Aspen in Newfoundland. Publication, Canadian Forestry Service (1314): 15

The occurrence and importance of anthocyanins in foods. Zeitschrift fur Lebensmitteluntersuchung und Forschung 148(5): 290-302

The occurrence and importance of streptococci of different serological groups in milk. Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin 27(12): 472-474

The occurrence and incidence of the grassy-shoot disease of sugarcane in the Punjab and Haryana. Journal of Research, Ludhiana 8(4): 470-472

The occurrence and injuriousness of larvae of the genus Mamestra (Noctuidae, Lepidoptera) on sugar-beet in some districts of the Vojvodina. Savremena Poljoprivreda 18(11-12): 119-124

The occurrence and level of sugars in some Brazilian varieties of bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). Anais da Escola Superior de Agricultura "Luiz de Queiroz", Universidade de Sao Paulo 27: 199-203

The occurrence and microbiology of otitis externa in the dog. Journal of Small Animal Practice 16(4): 241-247