geoscience.net logo
+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 241

Chapter 241 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



The performance of two-year-old Hereford, Hereford X Holstein and Holstein females as influenced by level of winter supplement under range conditions. Miscellaneous Publication, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University (87): 26-36

The performance of various strains of layers under different management conditions. Zuchtungskunde 45(3/4): 276-281

The performance of village markets for agricultural produce: a case study of Pakistan. Pakistan Development Review 13(3): 280-307

The performance of wooden pallets in pallet exchange programs. The performance of wooden pallets in pallet exchange programs: 37

The performance of yield and quality of carrots as affected by plant population, planting method and ridge side direction under hot tropical conditions. Proceedings of the Fourth Vegetable Research Conference, Alexandria, September 1973: 73-87

The performance of yield and quality of table beets as affected by sowing date, planting method and cultivars under hot tropical conditions in Sudan. Proceedings of the Fourth Vegetable Research Conference, Alexandria, September 1973: 63-71

The performance of young buffaloes slaughtered at approximately 400 kg. Acta Medica Veterinaria 18(1/2): 1-17

The performance of young sheep grazing pastures sown to combinations of lucerne or subterranean clover with ryegrass or phalaris. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture and Animal Husbandry 12(56): 240-246

The performances of three composite varieties of maize. Samaru Agricultural Newsletter 17(1): 10-15

The perils of wheat trading without a grains policy. Challenge 18(1): 36-41

The period of fruit development in pear cultivars. Sbornik Nauchnykh Rabot, Vsesoyuznyi Nauchno Issledovatel' skii Institut Sadovodstva imeni IV Michurina (17): 103-109

The period of utilization and efficiency of agricultural techniques. Doklady i Soobscenija VNI Ekonomiki Sel' skogo Hozjajstva (66): 103-111

The periodic application of phosphorus fertilizers to serozem meadow soils of the Kirghiz SSR. Agrokhimiya --(7): 17-19

The periods for which pollen of Abies spp. retain viability. Izuchenie lesnykh fitotsenozov: 160-164

The peripheral blood picture in myositis and atrophy of head muscles in dogs. Irish Veterinary Journal 25(10): 189-193

The peripheral vascular reactivity in hypothyroidism before and after treatment with tri-iodothyronine (T3). Alexandria Medical Journal 18(3): 292-303

The peripheral vascular response to severe exercise in untethered dogs before and after complete heart block. Journal of Clinical Investigation 50(9): 1950-1960

The perithecial and pycnidial stages of Pyrenophora teres and P. graminea in Denmark. Friesia 10(1/2): 61-85

The peritoneal cavity as a site for studying cell-cell and cell-virus interactions. Journal of the Reticuloendothelial Society 14(5): 462-512

The peritoneal macrophages after experimental infection with Brucella abortus 19. Comptes Rendus de l' Academie Agricole Georgi Dimitrov 6(3): 281-286

The peritrophic membrane of the mite, Dermatophagoides farinae: Acariformes. Journal of Parasitology 58(4): 801-804

The permanent grasslands of Basse-Normandy: yield and the possibility of intensification. Bulletin Technique d' Information (281): 465-473

The permanent rearing of Pardalaspis cyanescens (Dipt. Trypetidae) on an alternative food-plant. Annales de la Societe Entomologique de France 9(4): 853-860

The permanently increasing price of beef. The permanently increasing price of beef: 7

The permanganate oxidation of humic acids extracted from acid soils. Soil Science 114(3): 185-193

The permeability and capillary porous structure of the wood Populus 'Marilandica'. Holztechnologie 15(3): 176-183

The permeability for water vapour of transparent coatings on wood in exterior use. Holz Zentralblatt 99(116): 1753...1756

The permeability of mammary ducts. Journal of Physiology 216(3): 701-716

The permeability of the heartwood and sapwood of conifers to liquids and gases. Holztechnologie 14(3): 135-138

The permeability of the small intestinal mucosa: a study using iron. Gut 14(10): 773-777

The permeability of the wood of Siberian conifers to gas in relation to various factors. Issledovanie drevesiny i materialov na ee osnove: 95-104

The permeability of wood to fluids and the bordered-pit structure of some conifers. Zbornik Vedeckych Prac Drevarskej Fakulty Vysokej Skoly Lesnickej a Drevarkej vo Zvolene: 1972; 105-121

The permeability to tetraethylammonium ions of the surface membrane and the intercalated disks of sheep and calf myocardium. Journal of Physiology 240(3): 741-762

The permeability to water of the cuticle of the larva of Opifex fuscus (Hutton) (Diptera, Culicidae). Journal of Experimental Biology 60(3): 593-603

The permissible imbalance of a rotary cutter. Derevoobrabatyvayushchaya Promyshlennost' (7): 13-15

The permissible volume of dead trees in stands of Pinus sylvestris from the viewpoints of economics and forest hygiene. Sozialistische Forstwirtschaft 23(2): 43-46, 63

The peroxidase isozymes of maize and Euchlaena embryos from Mexico and Guatemala. Japanese Journal of Genetics Idengaku Zasshi 48(6): 424-425

The persimmon. Italia Agricola 110(9): 993-1000

The persistence and fate of inhibited Haemonchus contortus larvae in young sheep. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 22(7): 122-126

The persistence and migration within the landscape of herbicides applied to irrigated rice. Transactions, 10th International Congress of Soil Science, III: 203-210

The persistence and movement of picloram and 2,4,5-T in soils. Journal of Environmental Quality 2(4): 485-488

The persistence and penetration of large doses of simazine in uncropped soil. Weed Research 13(1): 42-50

The persistence of 2,4,5-T in greenhouse lysimeter studies. Proceedings Soil Science Society of America 37(3): 398-400

The persistence of Aleutian disease virus in the mosquito Aedes fitchii. Archiv fur die Gesamte Virusforschung 40(3/4): 375-381

The persistence of Salmonella dublin in slurry in tanks and on pasture. Veterinary Record 91(10): 233-235

The persistence of Salmonella typhi murium in various types of manure with and without admixture of silage effluent. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 16(1): 115-125

The persistence of Sayfos residues in pea plants. Khimiya v Sel' skom Khozyaistve 10(9): 29-31

The persistence of Trypanosoma (Herpetosoma) musculi in the kidneys of immune CBA mice. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 66(4): 669-670

The persistence of Wolfen-Thiuram 85 on lettuce. Nachrichtenblatt fur den Pflanzenschutzdienst in der DDR 27(10): 212-213

The persistence of a collection of sainfoin (Onobrychis Adans.). Pol' nohospodarstvo 19(5): 345-354

The persistence of a strain of Trypanosoma rhodesiense in a kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros). Rhodesian Veterinary Journal 4(3): 41-45

The persistence of aldrin, dieldrin and heptachlor in the soil and the accumulation of residues in potato tubers following soil treatments. Analele Institutului de Cercetari pentru Protectia Plantelor 1972; 8: 271-281

The persistence of bacterial entomopathogens in the crowns of trees and in the areas round the trunks. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki (5): 68-71

The persistence of captan and folpet in grapes, must and wine following treatments. Analele Institutului de Cercetari pentru Protectia Plantelor 1973; 9: 515-521

The persistence of endosulfan in surface water. Mededelingen Fakulteit Landbouwwetenschappen Gent 36(1): 439-447

The persistence of ethylene in aerobic soils. Plant and Soil 42(1): 85-96

The persistence of grass species used for grazing. Rostlinna Vyroba 19(10): 1009-1016

The persistence of hepatitis B antigen in Aedes aegypti. Mosquito News 33(4): 509-511

The persistence of louping ill virus in immunosuppressed guinea-pigs. British Journal of Experimental Pathology 52(4): 395-407

The persistence of malathion when used as grain protectant. Agricultural Research Review 48(1): 48-58

The persistence of oxytetracycline in the nasal cavity of piglets with atrophic rhinitis. Acta Veterinaria, Czechoslovakia 42(4): 423-430

The persistence of potato cyst eelworm (Heterodera pallida Stone) under different non-host regimes. Plant Pathology 22(4): 181-183

The persistence of processes regulating the level of reproduction in the hermaphrodite nematode, Caenorhabditis elegans, despite the influence of parental aging over several consecutive generations. Experimental Gerontology 7(3): 207-218

The persistence of soil-applied herbicides. Span 15(2): 68-71

The persistence of ten substituted dinitroaniline herbicides. Proceedings 25th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 41

The persistence of the Microsporidia in the environment. Miscellaneous Publications of the Entomological Society of America 9: 99-104

The persistence of the herbicide Venzar (80% a.i. lenacil) in the soil. Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczejw Warszawie, Ogrodnictwo 8: 59-75

The persistence of traditional settlement pattern: an example from Central New Ireland. Oceania 43(1): 40-53

The persistence of viable plague microbes on the epidermis and in the alimentary tract of Monomorium pharaonis in experimental conditions. Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni 41(2): 237-239

The persistent effect of physical amendment of the soil in an orange orchard. 2. On an orchard soil derived from Izumi sandstone. Bulletin of the Shikoku Agricultural Experiment Station (26): 123-134

The persistent effect of physical amendment of the soil in an orange orchard. I. On an orchard soil derived from granite and andesite. Bulletin of the Shikoku Agricultural Experiment Station (26): 105-122

The pest management concept: the extension entomologist's view. Proceedings Tall Timbers conference on ecological animal control by habitat management, No3, February 25-27-1971, Tallahassee, Florida: 21-28

The pest war. The pest war: x + 218

The pesticidal activity of some esters of N, N-diethyl dithiocarbamic acids. Agrochemia Bratislava 7(1): 3-11

The pests and diseases of currants. Zashchita Rastenii 15(2): 35-36

The pests and diseases of tea in Mauritius. Revue Agricole et Sucriere de l' Ile Maurice 50(1): 48-67

The pests and diseases of the oil palm and the coconut palm. Limacodidae of the genus Sibine. Oleagineux 28(5): 225-227

The pests and diseases of the oil palm and the coconut palm. Trapping of Oryctes with ethyl chrysanthemate. Oleagineux 29(2): 79-80

The pests of cotton in Bolivia. Sociedad Entomologica del Peru: Proceedings of the First Latin American Congress Entomology, Cuzco, Peru, 12th-18th April 1971: Anales del Primer Congreso Latinoamericano de Entomologia Cusco, Peru, 12-18 de Abril 1971 14: 395-397

The pests of currants and gooseberry. Zashchita Rastenii 15(6): 32-34

The pests of fruit crops in the south-west of Quebec in 1972. Annals of the Entomological Society of Quebec 18(1): 5-6

The pests of grape vine. Zashchita Rastenii 15(5): 45-46

The pests of industrial sugar-beet in 1970. Phytoma 23(227): 19-26

The pests of plum. Zashchita Rastenii 15(7): 28-29

The pests of sugar-beet, with special consideration of the most important species. Stetocine secerne repe u Jugoslaviji, Madarskoj, Ruminiji i Bugarskoj, sa posebnim osvrtom na vaznije stetne vrste: 363

The pests of the genus Heliothis Ochs. (Lep. Noctuidae) found in Portugal on tomato and other plants. I. The systematic position and its historical development. Agronomia Lusitana 35(3): 225-238

The petiole callose test on potato eye cuttings for diagnosis of the leafroll virus. Pflanzenschutzberichte 43(10/12): 145-168

The pharmacognosy of the Aspidosperma barks of Brasil. Planta Medica 23(1): 23-34

The pharmacological and nutritive properties of Kawal (Cassia tora). Sudan Medical Journal 10(1): 40-44

The pharmacological characteristics of the alkaloids of two Cynoglossum species. Rastitel' nye Resursy 9(3): 418-420

The pharmacological importance of the components of the venom of bees and wasps. Pharmazie in Unserer Zeit 3(5): 144-151

The pharmacological induction of parturition. Irish Veterinary Journal 29(4): 71-75

The pharmacology of batrachotoxin. VII. Structure-activity relationships and the effects of pH. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 193(1): 232-245

The pharmacology of passive cutaneous anaphylaxis in the calf. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 50(3): 255-262

The phase of increased milk secretion rate and its role in milk yield development. Proceedings of the III All Union symposium on physiological principles of machine milking, Borovsk, September 1972: 98-100

The phase-response of the dark stomatal rhythm in Tradescantia virginiana to light and dark treatments. New Phytologist 71(6): 1045-1054

The phases of pancreatic secretion in rats. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Physiology and Cognate Medical Sciences 58(3): 229-237

The phases of pupal development of Psila rosae F. (Diptera-Psilidae): elements determining the development cycle of the insect. Bulletin des Recherches Agronomiques de Gembloux 7(1/4): 3-15

The phenolic acids of vegetables. 1. Hydroxycinnamic acids and hydroxybenzoic acids of brassicas and other crucifer leaves. Zeitschrift fur Lebensmittel Untersuchung und Forschung 159(3): 139-148

The phenolic constituents from leaves of Manihot esculenta. Canadian Journal of Botany 52(11): 2381-2386

The phenolic constituents of fruit. Erwerbsobstbau 16(1): 1-5

The phenolic contents of fruit. VI. The phenolic contents of currants, gooseberries and blueberries. Changes in the phenolic acids and catechins during growth and ripening of black currants. Zeitschrift fur Lebensmittel Untersuchung und Forschung 159(1): 31-37

The phenolics of fruits. III. The contents of catechins and hydroxycinnamic acids in pome and stone fruits. Zeitschrift fur Lebensmittel Untersuchung und Forschung 154(1): 6-11

The phenology of Amazonian forest species. I. Boletim do INPA, Pesquisas Florestais (4): 25 + 2 graphs

The phenology of Pinus elliottii and Araucaria angustifolia in the NE of the province of Misiones. Boletin, Asociacion de Plantadores Forestales de Misiones (7): 16-20

The phenology of Tilia spp. in amenity plantings in Novi Beograd. Glasnik Sumarskog Fakulteta, Univerzitet u Beogradu (39): 71-94

The phenology of Vaccinium vitis idaea and the possibility of forecasting yield. Voprosy Indikatsii Fenologii i Fenologicheskogo Prognozirovaniya: 175-180

The phenology of growth and development of different feijoa cultivars and forms. Subtropicheskie Kul' tury (4): 71-74

The phenology of plants in the humid tropics. Micronesica 9(1): 75-96

The phenology of stone fruit scab and the determination of the time for control treatments. Kerteszeti Kutato Intezet Kozlemeneyei (1): 34-40

The phenology of the Florida scale on citrus trees in Israel. Hassadeh 50(7): 873-875

The phenology of the Tortricids Agrotis ypsilon and Barathra brassicae in Azerbaidzhan. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 52(3): 451-454

The phenology of the potato beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata Say) and aspects of longterm forecasting. Prace Naukowe Instytutu Ochrony Roslin 1972; 13(1): 169-190

The phenology of univoltine parasites of Neodiprion sertifer and the influence of time of flight on host numbers. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 52(10): 1498-1508

The phenology of woody fruit plants. Part 1. Fruits 27(3): 193-198

The phenology, distribution and population dynamics of the cotton bollworm in southern Tadzhikistan. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Nauchno issledovatel' skogo Instituta Zashchity Rastenii 32(1): 87-100

The phenology, population dynamics and survival rates of Agrotis segetum Schiff. in southern Tadzhikistan. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Nauchno issledovatel' skogo Instituta Zashchity Rastenii 32(1): 123-137

The phenoloxidase of Chironomus thummi and the effect of parasitic mermithids on it. Journal of Insect Physiology 19(1): 85-95

The phenoloxidase of subcellular fractions of carrot tissues infected by Phoma. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya 7(3): 366-372

The phenomemon of polyembryony in tea. Subtrop kul' tury (1): 15-18

The phenomena of inheritance of regulation in relation to the problem of cellular differentiation. Bulletin de la Societe Botanique de France (Memoires): 9-17

The phenomenon of alternating spiral grain. Holzindustrie 26(5): 151-155

The phenomenon of aneuploidy in polyploid sugar beet. Poliploidiya i selektsiya: 212-218

The phenomenon of apomixis in some representatives of the Curcurbitaceae. Uzb biologija z (5): 35-37

The phenomenon of certation during pollen germination in subspecies of maize. Uzb biologija z (3): 53-55

The phenomenon of heterosis in maize hybrids in response to the size of pollen. Tr tsentr genet labor im IVMichurina 10: 85-87

The phenomenon of insecticide resistance in the Anopheline vectors of malaria. Salud Publica de Mexico 15(1): 21-27

The phenomenon of multivalvularity in the fruit of Brassica species. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 59(5): 688-691

The phenomenon of parasitism. Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical 7(4): 261-277

The phenomenon of polyembryony in the peach. Tr Nikitsk botan sad 46: 173-177

The phenomenon of protoplasmic withdrawal in senescent leaves of higher plants and the possible role of protoplasmic movment in translocation. Acta Botanica Sinica 15(2): 204-220

The phenomenon of stimulation in conjoint cultures Streptococcus lactis and micrococci species. I. Effect of nutritional constituents of agar medium. Mikrobiologija 10(1): 87-93

The phenomenon of stimulation in conjoint cultures of Streptococcus lactis and micrococci species. II. The effect of different broth media. Mikrobiologija 10(1): 95-101

The phenomenon of unisexuality and heterosis in first generation hemp hybrids. Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Ordena Lenina Akademii Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk Imeni VI Lenina (9): 18-19

The phenotypic correlation for production traits in Merino of Palas sheep. 1st World Congress on Genetics applied to Livestock Production, 7-11 October 1974-3 Contributed papers: 933-940

The phenylalanine and tyrosine requirements and their interrelationship for the young chick. Poultry Science 51(5): 1531-1536

The philosophy and social purpose of some recent plant breeding research. Indian Farming 22(4): 5-8

The phloridzin content of apple shoots in relation to their orientation. Doklady Moskovskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii KA Timiryazeva (181): 184-187

The phosphatase test for evaluation of efficacy of pasteurization of milk and milk products. Gigiena i Sanitariya (8): 54-56

The phosphate content of meadow vegetation during the growing season. Phosphorsaure 30(2): 199-217

The phosphate content of pale grey and grey podzolized soils of the Uman Region. Agrokhimiya (3): 30-35

The phosphate regime of boggy soils in relation to the extent and duration of drainage. Agrokhimiya (1): 30-35

The phosphate regime of chernozems of varying degrees of management. Agrokhimiya (8): 39-48

The phosphate regime of soda solonetzes in relation to their reclamation and fertilization. Agrokhimiya (9): 37-42

The phospholipase activity of sheep pancreatic juice. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Physiology and Cognate Medical Sciences 60(1): 15-24

The phospholipids and phospholipid-bound fatty acids and aldehydes of dog and fowl spermatozoa. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 41(2): 471-474

The phospholipids of pig adipose tissue. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 47B(2): 409-415

The phosphorus content in the juice of some sugar-cane varieties. Brasil Acucareiro 79(6): 34-38

The phosphorus cycle in a native grassland ecosystem. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 33(3): 980-981

The phosphorus fertilizing of crops on the basis of experimental results. Fertilizer Society of South Africa Journal (1): 67-70

The phosphorus metabolism of plants in relation to genotypic differences in the resistance of peas to Al ion toxicity. Fiziologiya i Biokhimiya Kul' turnykh Rastenii 5(1): 26-32

The phosphorus needs of finishing broilers in relationship to dietary nutrient density levels. Poultry Science 53(5): 1655-1663

The phosphorus nutrition of maize in relation to the composition of the fertilizer applied at sowing and to the biological characteristics of the hybrid. Agrokhimiya (2): 33-39

The phosphorus nutrition of the apple tree. I. Influence of rate of application of superphosphate on the performance of young trees. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 26(5): 843-853

The phosphorus problem in soils with a note on dicalcium phosphate. Indian Coffee 35(11): 455-458

The phosphorus requirement of lettuce I. Use of P intensity estimates to predict the response curve. Journal of Agricultural Science, UK 80(1): 111-117

The phosphorus requirement of lettuce. II. A dynamic model of phosphorus uptake and growth. Journal of Agricultural Science, UK 80(3): 353-361

The phosphorus-nitrogen-molybdenum interaction in beans grown on a chernozem soil in northern Bulgaria. Pochvoznanie i Agrokhimiya 9(5): 75-83

The photochemical degradation of wood as a method of preparation and analysis. Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 32(8): 303-311

The photochemistry of imidan in diethyl ether. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 22(1): 54-56

The photochemistry of several pesticides. Environmental toxicology of pesticides: [Proceedings of a United States Japan Seminar, Oiso, Japan, 1971]: 435-447

The photodecomposition of trifluralin in water. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 10(4): 237-241

The photodecompotion of pesticides in water. Advances in Chemistry Series (111): 173-188

The photoperiodic clock in the flesh-fly, Sarcophaga argyrostoma. Journal of Insect Physiology 19(10): 1941-1954

The photoperiodic reaction of peppermint. IV Mezhdunarodnyi Kongress po Efirnim Maslam, Tbilisi, 1968, T2: 108-110

The photoperiodic reaction of the pine moth (Dendrolimus pini) and its role in the regulation of its seasonal development. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 51(12): 1823-1835

The photoperiodic regulation of temperature requirements in crowded African migratory locusts (Locusta migratoria migratorioides, R. & F.) II.-Increasing and decreasing photoperiods and mortality. Acrida 2(2): 25-52

The photoperiodic regulation of temperature requirements in crowded African migratory locusts (Locusta migratoria migratorioides, R. & F.). 1. Constant photoperiods and mortality. Acrida 2(1): 9-24

The photoperiodic response and variability in Campanula fragilis. Gartenbauwissenschaft 38(5): 409-418

The photoperiodic response of Digitalis lanata. Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada (89): 70-72

The photosensitising effect of phenothiazine. Veterinariya, Moscow (10): 100

The photosynthesis of grapevine leaves in relation to different training systems. Trudy Kishinevskogo Sel' skokhozyaistvennogo Instituta 114: 119-123

The photosynthesis of ryegrass leaves grown in a simulated sward. Annals of Applied Biology 73(2): 229-237

The photosynthetic activity of cucumber plants after fertilizing with potassium compounds in relation to the light intensity. Rostlinna Vyroba 18(7): 711-720

The photosynthetic activity of cucumbers in relation to light intensity after application of potassium compounds. Rostlinna Vyroba 18(7): 711-720

The photosynthetic activity of the developing hop cone. Annals of Applied Biology 76(3): 319-324

The photosynthetic capacity of some evergreens during the winter and the speed of their recovery of activity after sharp frosts. Berichte der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft 84(10): 585-594

The photosynthetic pathway type of North American shortgrass prairie species and some ecological implications. Photosynthetica 7(3): 262-270

The photosynthetic productivity of forest stands in Belorussia. Lesnoi Zhurnal 16(5): 165-167

The photosynthetic productivity of irrigated maize given various rates of mineral fertilizers. Trudy Volzhskogo Instituta Oroshaemogo Zemledeliya (1): 111-115

The photosynthetic productivity of tomatoes in relation to nitrogen and phosphorus nutrition. Trudy Kishinevskogo Sel' skokhozyaistvennogo Instituta 85: 41-49

The photosynthetic rate of Zea mays grown under different light intensities. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenphysiologie 70(3): 235-244

The photosynthetic yield and structure of the biomass, important factors in the development of yield. Bulletin de l' Academie des Sciences Agricoles et Forestieres (1): 39-51

The phototactic rhythms of some sandflies from Venezuela (Diptera: Phlebotominae). Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de Sao Paulo 14(3): 147-153

The phrenic nerve and the localisation of phrenic nucleus in the spinal cord of the buffalo (Bubalus bubalis). Acta Anatomica 83(3): 468-477

The phycomycete Olpidium brassicae (Woronin) Dangeard, its attack on tobacco seed-beds and its role as a virus vector. Anales del Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agrarias, Proteccion Vegetal (3): 107-129

The phyloantigenic position of nocardiae revealed by examination of cytoplasmic antigens. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 19(8): 955-964

The phylogenesis of Triticum dicoccum - a reconsideration. Economic Botany 27(3): 329-331

The phylogenetic line Lycophyta 'right arrow' Coniferae 'right arrow' Angiospermae. Doklady Bolgarskoi Akademii Nauk 25(7): 969-972

The phylogenetic study of Triticum ispahanicum. Soobshch AN GruzSSR 64(2): 425-428

The phylogeny of maize. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 46(1): 91-96

The phylogeny of the host-parasite relationships in two lines of nematodes of muroid rodents. , Comptes rendus 1er multicolloque europeen de parasitologie, Rennes, 1-4 septembre, 1971: 69-70

The physical and chemical characteristics of sheep tail fat (Donbeh). Tropical Science 14(2): 169-171

The physical and chemical mechanisms of inbreeding depression and heterosis. Genetika,USSR 10(4): 153-164

The physical and chemical properties of the gray hydromorphic soils of the Hawaiian Islands. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings 38(6): 935-940

The physical and chemical requirements of pulpwood - a development study. CSIR Subject Survey, Timber Research Unit, South Africa (O/Hout 7): 21

The physical and mechanical properties of Pinus strobus wood from forest plantations in Rumania. Industria Lemnului 24(9): 343-350 + smries.

The physical and strength properties of Zambian Eucalyptus grandis. Project: Final Report, Division of Forest Products Research, Zambia (8/6/8A): 2 + 3 tab.

The physical development of children with cystic fibrosis. Zeitschrift fur Kinderheilkunde 113(2): 93-110

The physical environment and reproduction in domesticated birds. XV World' s Poultry Congress and Exposition, New Orleans, 11-16 August 1974 Proceedings and Abstracts: 2-9

The physical load on tractor crews in pulling out main cables from the winch. Lesnictvi 20(2): 133-148

The physical properties of Populus X 'canadensis' cv. 'I-154' : study of their variation. Boletin del Departmento Forestal, Uruguay (18): 1-7 + 3 fig.

The physical properties of ammonium polyphosphate and of compound fertilizers based on it. Agrokhimiya (10): 3-9

The physical properties of substrates in horticulture. Acta Horticulturae (26): 37-44

The physico-chemical and biological characteristics of soil series of Coimbatore district. Madras Agricultural Journal 60(3): 152-157

The physico-chemical basis of leaf wettability in wheat. Planta 114(4): 289-309

The physico-chemical changes of the newly flooded soils. Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science 22(1): 13-18

The physico-chemical properties and engineering problems of loess soils. Acta Geologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 16(4): 337-345

The physico-chemical properties of the meat of young steers of the Red-and-White Lowland breed. Zeszyty Naukowe Wyzszej Szkoly Rolniczej we Wroclawiu (88, Zootechnika 17): 97-102

The physicochemical properties of pollen and pistils in distant hybrids of stone fruits. Tr Tsentr genet labor im IV Michurina 10: 119-125

The physicochemical properties of the caseinates of the alkali and alkaline-earth metals. Trudy, Vsesoyuznyi Nauchno issledovetal' skii Institut Molochnoi Promyshlennosti 30: 61-68

The physics of infiltration. Ecological Studies IV Physical Aspects of Soil Water and Salts in Ecosystems Hadas, A; Swartzendruber, D; Rijtema, PE; Fuchs, M; Yaron, B Editors: 3-15

The physiological and biochemical bases of increased livestock production. Proceedings of the VIIth All-Union Conference on the Physiological and Biochemical Basis of Increased Livestock Production. Fiziologicheskie i biokhimicheskie osnovy povysheniya produktivnosti sel' skokhozyaistvennykh zhivotnykh Sbornik Dokladov VII Vsesoyuznoi Konferentsii po Fiziologicheskim i Biologicheskim Osnovam Provysheniya Produktivnosti Sel' skhokhozyaistvennykh Zhivotnykh, 1970 (2): 204

The physiological and biochemical changes in wheat plants from seed subjected to electrical fields. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya 7(4): 624-626

The physiological and biochemical characteristics of quince varieties in relation to their frost resistance. Fiziol plod kul' tur i vinograda: 39-45

The physiological and biochemical nature of fertility restoration in plants with cytoplasmic male sterility. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya 7(2): 223-229

The physiological and biochemical response of standardbred horses to exercise of varying speed and duration. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 15(3): 310-324

The physiological and cytological effect of N-nitroso-N-alkylureas on wheat. Eesti NSV Teaduste Akadeemia Toimetised, Bioloogia 23(4): 283-291

The physiological availability of the iron content of some Nigerian leafy vegetables. Plant Foods for Man 1(3/4): 177-183

The physiological basis and inheritance of tolerance to chloramben methyl ester in cucumber. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 33(5): 1880

The physiological basis for increased intensity of utilisation of sows. Fiziol Zh 18(4): 560-566

The physiological basis of anterior inhibition of puparium formation in ligated fly larvae. Journal of Insect Physiology 20(1): 105-119

The physiological basis of yield in semi-dwarf wheats. UK, Plant Breeding Institute, Cambridge: Plant Breeding Institute, Cambridge: Annual Report 1971: 70-72

The physiological causes of premature decline of apricot trees. Productia Vegetala 23(12): 20-21

The physiological causes of selective fertilization in wheat. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya 8(4): 503-506

The physiological characteristics of Nepeta transcaucasica under irrigated conditions. Rastitel' nye Resursy 9(2): 242-250

The physiological characteristics of drought resistance in cereals under conditions of unirrigated agriculture in Uzbekistan. Povyshenie zasukhoustoich zern kul' tur: 214-221

The physiological characteristics of fruit trees in the autumn-winter period. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya 7(5): 690-694

The physiological condition of Scots pine seed-trees in seed stands and seed orchards. Lesnoi Zhurnal 16(5): 5-8

The physiological condition of plants of different varieties of egg plants in relation to the shedding of their generative organs. Zap Voronezh s kh in ta 45: 167-176

The physiological differences in the condition of populations of the grey grain moth Hadena sordida Bkh. (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae) at different levels of its population dynamics. Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 50(3): 504-512

The physiological differentiation of loose smut of wheat, Ustilago tritici (Pers.) Rostr., occurring in Poland. Acta Agraria et Silvestria, Agraria 13(2): 53-66

The physiological ecology of upland and lowland Panicum virgatum. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 33(8): 3512

The physiological effect of pruning fruit trees. Trudy Instituta Sadovodstva, Vinogradarstva i Vinodeliya, Georgian SSR 22: 128-134

The physiological effect of water quality and method of application on tomato, cucumber, and pepper. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 98(2): 202-205

The physiological effects and distinctive features of solar radiation in relation to a method of management in African rain forest. Bois et Forets des Tropiques (152): 19-35

The physiological foundations of the prophylaxis of teats in machine milking. VII International Meeting on Diseases of Cattle World Association for Buiatrics Congress, London, 1972: 526-530

The physiological function of arginase in the liver fluke (Fasciola hepatica, L.). Acta Parasitologica Iugoslavica 5(1): 33-34

The physiological function of leghaemoglobin. Annual Report 1972, Division of Plant Industry, CSIRO: 58

The physiological importance of essential oils in plants. Rastitel' nye Resursy 11(2): 289-304

The physiological interactions between nematode parasites and their insect hosts. International Symposium of Nematology 11th, European Society of Nematologists, Reading, UK, 3-8 September, 1972 Abstracts: 22-23

The physiological properties of soybean mosaic virus and its effects on the biochemical qualities of plants. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Kazakhskoi SSR, Biologicheskaya 10(2): 70-74

The physiological races of Puccinia graminis f. sp. avenae Erikss. et Henn. in Czechoslovakia in the years 1967 to 1968. Ochrana rostlin 9(1): 1-6

The physiological reactions of potatoes, in particular with regard to provenance and length of day. Bericht uber die Arbeitstagung 1973 der "Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Saatzuchtleiter": 214-223

The physiological regulation of the seasonal variations in phosphorus and calcium metabolism. Journal of Physiology 226(2): 93p-94p

The physiological response of oats to nitrogen and defoliation during winter. Journal of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science 38: 136

The physiological role of chlorophyll b. Biochemie und Physiologie der Pflanzen 166(2): 95-104

The physiological role of colostral trypsin inhibitor: experiments with piglets and kittens. Acta Veterinaria Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 23(3): 247-260

The physiological role of lenticels in branches of Willow and Poplar under conditions of root anaerobiosis. Fiziologiya Rastenii 19(2): 352-359

The physiological role of minor elements in the growth and development of apple trees with palmette crowns. Nauchnye Trudy Ukrainskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii (114): 125-132

The physiological significance of variation in leaf structure. Science Progress 60(237): 25-51

The physiological state and semen production of turkeys in different seasons of the year. Trudy Uzbekskogo Nauchno Issledovatel' skogo Instituta Zhivotnovodstva (21): 46-51

The physiological study of Sphaceloma tsujii Hara. Plant Protection Bulletin, Taiwan 15(3): 116-121

The physiological value of the carbohydrate nutrition of the noxious Pentatomid on ripe endosperm of wheat varieties differing in resistance to the pest. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Nauchno issledovatel' skogo Instituta Zashchity Rastenii 37: 82-94

The physiological, biochemical and biophysical principles of heterosis. Kukuruza (2): 29

The physiological-genetic basis of heterosis. Najnowsze osiagniecia genetyki i ich zastosowanie w hodowli zwierzat: 123-151

The physiology and behaviour of starving tsetse flies. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 67(2): 297

The physiology and growth of satsuma trees on Junos and trifoliate orange rootstocks. VI. The shade resistance of the young tree. Kagawa Daigaku Nogakubu Gakuzyutu Hokoku 25(2): 199-206

The physiology and growth of satsumas on Junos and trifoliate orange rootstocks. V. Seasonal changes in nutrient absorption by spring shoots and fruits on young trees. Kagawa Daigaku Nogakubu Gakuzyutu Hokoku 24(2): 119-127

The physiology and growth of satsumas on Junos and trifoliate orange rootstocks. IV. Annual changes in growth, yield and fruit quality of trees in pots. Kagawa Daigaku Nogakubu Gakuzyutu Hokoku 24(1): 25-34

The physiology of Insecta. Volume III. The physiology of Insecta Volume III (Ed. 2): xviii + 517

The physiology of ageing in rice seeds. Journal of the Indian Botanical Society 49(1/4): 1-7

The physiology of cereal yield. FAO: Proceedings of the third FAO/Rockefeller Foundation Wheat Seminar, held at Ankara, Turkey, 29 April 13 May 1970: 173-177

The physiology of chronic water deprivation in the California ground squirrel (Spermophilus beecheyi): relevance to natural populations. Journal of Zoology 173(2): 159-171

The physiology of digestion of blue-green algae in the cichlid fish, Tilapia nilotica. Journal of Zoology 171(1): 25-39

The physiology of drought resistance in the soy-bean plant (Glycine max). 1. The relationship between drought resistance and growth. Journal of Applied Ecology 9(2): 487-499

The physiology of flooding tolerance in trees. Transactions, Botanical Society of Edinburgh 41(4): 556-557

The physiology of germination of Tilletia teliospores. Phytopathology 63(5): 643-648

The physiology of grapevine berry growth and ripening, the cause of variation in the principal constituents: the influence of green pruning and of applications of growth regulators. Rivista di Viticoltura e di Enologia 27(12): 508-516

The physiology of height growth in woody plants. Pubblicazioni del Centro di Sperimentazione Agricola e Forestale 12: 25-36

The physiology of lactation. The physiology of lactation: vi+392

The physiology of nodule formation. Proceedings of the Seminar on Methodology and Research Programme for Tropical Legumes, Brazil 1970, J Dobereiner et al Editors: 75-81

The physiology of plant adaptation to soil conditions. Fiziologiya prisposobleniya rastenii k pochvennym usloviyam: 204

The physiology of ringed grapevine shoots. Sadovodstvo, Vinogradarstvo i Vinodelie Moldavii (8): 18-20

The physiology of root formation in lavender softwood cuttings. Trudy VNII Efirnomaslichnykh Kul' tur 5: 35-40

The physiology of seed dormancy and early stages of germination. Landwirtschaftliche Forschung (Sonderheft 26/2): 156-167

The physiology of seed germination in Oxycoccus palustris. Introduktsiya i Selektsiya Rastenii: 220-229

The physiology of the mycorrhizal endophyte of Calluna vulgaris. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 64(1): 1-7

The physiology of the resistance of wheat to drought in relation to varietal differences. Fiziol i biokhimiya sorta 1: 144-149

The physiology of winter hardiness in peach and pomegranate fruiting shoots. Byulleten' Gosudarstvennogo Nikitskogo Botanicheskogo Sada (3(25)): 57-60

The physiology of work. South African Journal of Science 69(11): 327-330

The physiology of yield increase of cultivated plants in the temperate zone. Proceeding of the 9th Congress of the International Potash Institute, Antibes, 1970: 95-111

The physiopathological effect of a French variety of rapeseed oil on rat myocardium. An ultrastructural study. Comptes Rendus des Seances de l' Academie des Sciences 278D(7): 943-946

The phytal animals on the thalli of Sargassum serratifolium in the Sargassum region, with reference to their seasonal fluctuations. Marine Biology 8(2): 170-182

The phytase of Gossypium hirsutum: isolation and general properties. Proceedings of the West Virginia Academy of Science 42: 162

The phytocidal properties of the plants of certain varieties of wheat in connexion with the evaluation for field resistance to black stem rust. Nauchno tekhn byul Vses selekts genet in ta (11): 69-71

The phytoclimatic environment of the pastures of Alava. Comunicacion, XIVa Reunion Cientifica en Vascongadas de la Sociedad Espanola para el Estudio de los Pastos, San Sebastian, 25-28 Junio 1973 (3): 11

The phytocoenological and silvicultural relations of the Quercus petraea forests on Mt. Kalnik.. Sumarski List 98(7/9): 299-323

The phytocoenological classification of forest stands with Sesleria calcaria. Biologia, Czechoslovakia, A 27(4): 269-278

The phytogeographical and ecological significance of Quercus coccifera in Salento (Apulia). Webbia 27(2): 517-549

The phytomass of Scots Pine forests by zones in the territory of the USSR. Ukrains' kii Botanichnii Zhurnal 31(2): 205-212

The phytomass of typical communities of the Ary-Mas forest massif. Ekologiya (3): 36-43

The phytoncidal activity of lemon trees. Subtropicheskie Kul' tury (3): 49-53

The phytoncidal properties of flax. Tr VNII l' na (9): 306-323

The phytoparasitic nematodes of the flooded rice paddies of the Ivory Coast. III. Studies on the population dynamics of two endoparasites: Hirschmanniella spinicaudata and Heterodera oryzae. Cahiers de l' Office de la Recherche Scientifique et Technique Outre Mer, Serie Biologie (16): 31-87

The phytoparasitic nematodes of the flooded rice paddies of the Ivory Coast. IV. Attempt at a mathematical interpretation of the intensity of root infestation by endoparasitic nematodes as a function of the inoculum. Cahiers de l' Office de la Recherche Scientifique et Technique Outre Mer, Serie Biologie (16): 129-140

The phytopathological situation in the changed ecological conditions when early potatoes are grown under polythene sheeting and the consequences for control measures. Mitteilungen aus der Biologischen Bundesanstalt fur Land und Forstwirtschaft, Berlin Dahlem 151: 288-289

The phytopathological situation under altered ecological conditions in early potato crops grown under polythene sheets, and consequences for control measures. Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 26(1): 4-8

The phytophagous insect fauna of the ragweed, Ambrosia acanthicarpa, in southern California. Environmental Entomology 3(5): 827-834

The phytophagous insect fauna of the ragweed, Ambrosia chamissonis, in southern California. Environmental Entomology 3(5): 835-839

The phytophagous insects attacking Sonchus spp. (Compositae) in Europe. Miscellaneous Publication, Commonwealth Institute of Biological Control (8): 89-96

The phytophagous mite Aceria acroptiloni, sp. n. (Acarina, Tetrapodili) - a prospective agent for biological control of Russian knapweed, Acroptilon repens (L.) DC. Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 53(2): 280-290

The phytosanitary protection of commercial apple orchards in France. Revue de Zoologie Agricole et de Pathologie Vegetale 71(3): 95-104

The phytosanitary state of double crops under sprinkler irrigation. Analele Institutului de Cercetari pentru Protectia Plantelor 1973; 9: 201-207

The phytosociology and biomass production relations of seven meadowlands in Srinagar. Vegetatio 28(1/2): 19-39

The phytosociology of some alpine meadows in N.W. Himalayas. Vegetatio 23(5/6): 361-368

The phytotoxic action of triazine herbicides on flax, beet and buckwheat seedlings, and some physiological changes connected with it. Acta Agrobotanica 24(2): 205-215

The phytotoxic effect of repeated fumigation on the germination of certain cereal seed crops. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Egypt, Economic Series (7): 57-62

The phytotoxic effect of some organochlorine pesticides on plants. Trudy Gosudarstvennogo Nikitskogo Botanicheskogo Sada 46: 114-122

The phytotoxicity of 9 insecticides applied to 21 varieties of sorghum. Agricultura Tecnica en Mexico 3(1): 31-55

The phytotoxicity of DDVP towards the Fugenzo cherry. Bulletin of the Agricultural Chemicals Inspection Station (11): 143-144

The phytotoxicity of agricultural chemicals. I. Carbamate insecticides. Bulletin of the Agricultural Chemicals Inspection Station (11): 127-132

The phytotoxicity of derivatives of aryloxyalkylcarboxylic acid. Khimiya v Sel' skom Khozyaistve 10(9): 694-698

The phytotoxicity of dicamba to corn and broadleaf weeds when applied with additives. Proceedings of the North Central Weed Control Conference (Vol. 27): 21

The phytotoxicity of fenitrothion as assessed by the germination and early growth of Betula alleghaniensis Britt. Information Report, Chemical Control Research Institute, Canada (CC-X-79): 20

The phytotoxicity of herbicide CP.50144 to Sesamum indicum and Phaseolus vulgaris grown in nutrient solutions. Anais da Escola Superior de Agricultura "Luiz de Queiroz" 27: 371-380

The phytotoxicity of methyl bromide fumigation on the germination of some seeds of certain crops. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Egypt, Economics Series 4: 1-6

The phytotoxicity of prometryne and its effect on the yield and biochemical composition of carrots with different mineral nutrients. Trudy, Vsesoyuznyi nauchno issledovatel' skii Institut Udobrenii i Agropochvovedeniya (51): 249-256

The phytotoxicity of seventeen miticides applied as repeated weekly sprays under slat shed conditions to five foliage plant species. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1971 84: 428-432

The phytotoxicity of simazine and 2,4-D butyl ester at different levels of fertilizer. Doklady TSKhA (188): 131-136

The phytotron at Chugoku National Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin of the Chugoku National Agricultural Experiment Station, A (23): 53-89

The phytotron in the service of fruit growing. Bulletin des Recherches Agronomiques de Gembloux 5(3/4): 459-486

The pickleworm: Its control on cucurbits in Alabama. Bulletin, Agricultural Experiment Station, Auburn University (381): 27

The picture of white blood corpuscles in mice infected with different T. spiralis strains. Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne 20(1): 59-65

The piece-rate system applied on pig breeding co-operatives. Revista de Zootehnie si Medicina Veterinara (8): 13-19

The pig census. Avances en Alimentacion y Mejora Animal 14(5): 285-286

The pig cycle. Boletin de Divulgacion Tecnica, Estacion Experimental Regional Agropecuaria INTA (19): 7

The pig farmer's veterinary book. The pig farmer' s veterinary book (Ed. 6): 180

The pig louse (Haematopinus suis). Angewandte Parasitologie 16(Heft 2, Suppl.): 13

The pig market 1975. Forderungsdienst 23(3): 80-84

The pig market. Evaluation of the pig census of 2 Mar. 1973. Agrarwirtschaft 22(4): 144-149

The pigeon as a reservoir for Cryptococcus neoformans. Lancet 2(5 Oct.): 842-843

The pigeon louse Columbicola columbae columbae. Angewandte Parasitologie 13(4, Merkblatt 19): 18

The pigment complex during ontogenesis in different varieties of maize and the cold resistance of the plants. Fiziol i biokhimiya sorta 1: 150-154

The pigment content in beetroot with regard to cultivar, growth, development and growing conditions. Swedish Journal of Agricultural Research 3(4): 187-200

The pigment content of Ash growing under different conditions. Sylva Gandavensis (37): 19 + 1 tab.

The pigment formed during haemoglobin digestion by malarial and schistosomal parasites. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 43B(3): 517-523

The pile face density method in measuring the solid volume of a pulpwood pile. Folia Forestalia, Institutum Forestale Fenniae (183): 40

The pin nematode, Paratylenchus neoamblycephalus, and its effect on Myrobalan plum. Journal of Nematology 6(4): 136

The pin nematode, Paratylenchus projectus, in rhubarb in Ontario. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 53(2): 377-381

The pine bark-bug Aradus cinnamomeus, a common and dangerous pest of Scots pine. Nederlands Bosbouw Tijdschrift 46(1): 18-21

The pine caterpillar (Dendrolimus punctatus Walker). Bulletin of Taiwan Forestry Research Institute (204): 11

The pine shoot moth and related species. Forest Record (83): 14

The pineal gland - a synopsis of present knowledge with particular emphasis on its possible role in control of gonadotrophin function. South African Journal of Animal Science 3(2): 143-146

The pineal gland and the photosexual reflex in female ducks. General and Comparative Endocrinology 18(1): 162-168

The pineapple cycle in relation to the initial position of the slip. Fruits 29(1): 3

The pineapple disease of sugarcane in Puerto Rico. Proceedings of the International Society of Sugar Cane Technologists, 14th Congress 1971: 1052-1058

The pineapple in the Ivory Coast. Fruits 29(2): 85, 87-117

The pineapple, its quality and cost in relation to the environment. Fruits 28(2): 127-131

The pink bollworm attractant, hexalure: improvement by formulation with an antioxidant. Journal of Economic Entomology 65(6): 1709-1711

The pink bollworm sex attractant. Journal of Economic Entomology 67(2): 211-216

The pink maize borer, Sesamia calamistis Hampson, in Mozambique. (Contribution to its study). Agronomia Mocambicana 6(4): 253-258

The pinnate leaves of star fruit (Averrhoa carambola). Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada (91): 62-64

The pinyon pitch nodule moth in Colorado. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 66(4): 789-792

The piperazine salt of fenasal for Moniezia infection in sheep. Veterinariya, Moscow (2): 67-68

The pistachio as an Australian crop. Journal of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science 39(1): 10-17

The pistachio cushion scale, Anapulvinaria pistaciae Boden. and its control in Iraq. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Entomologie 66(3): 242-247

The place and promise of biological management of pests in annual cropping systems. Iowa State Journal of Research 49(4, II): 583-589

The place of agriculture in optimal employment. Roczniki Akademii Rolniczej w Poznaniu, Ekonomika i Organizacja Rolnictwa 72(1): 119-131

The place of barley in crop rotations. Nowe Rolnictwo 23(2): 11-13

The place of beef and mutton in the world. Comptes Rendus des Seances de l' Academie d' Agriculture de France 59(16): 1163-1182

The place of bipyridyl weed control in large-scale agriculture. World Crops 26(2): 68, 69, 72

The place of chemical techniques in reseeding grassland. European Grassland Federation: Comparison between natural and artificial grassland Proceedings of the 4th general meeting of the European Grassland Federation, Lausanne 1971: 257-259

The place of dinitrobutyl phenol in estate weed control. 3rd Conference of the Asian Pacific Weed Science Society (9): 6

The place of fodder conservation and fodder maize on the cattle farm. Stikstof 7(74): 14-23

The place of forecasting in the mechanization of agriculture. Mecanizarea si Electrificarea Agriculturii (4): 3-14

The place of forests in land use planning. Mitteilungen der Schweizerischen Anstalt fur das Forstliche Versuchswesen 49(1): 121 + 1 map

The place of hedging in the management of citrus orchards. Australian Citrus News 49(1): 6-7

The place of iron deficiency in the Paterson-Brown Kelly syndrome. Journal of Laryngology and Otology 87(9): 845-859

The place of legumes in tropical pastures. Technical Bulletin, ASPAC Food and Fertilizer Technology Center, Taiwan (9): 69

The place of livestock in small farm development. World Animal Review (15): 2-6

The place of lucerne in Western Australian agriculture. Journal of Agriculture, Western Australia 15(3): 81-84

The place of multi-nutrient fertilizers in the revegetation of eroded mountain lands in South Island, New Zealand. Transactions, 10th International Congress of Soil Science, XI: 120-127

The place of part-time farms in France. Economies et Societies 6(5): 1033-1112

The place of permanent grassland in a forage programme. Fourrages (59): 83-91

The place of potentiated trimethoprim in the therapy of diseases of the skin in dogs and cats. Journal of Small Animal Practice 13(2): 65-70

The place of radiological investigation in the diagnosis of hydatid cyst of the liver. Semaine des Hopitaux de Paris 49(23): 1657-1665

The place of short distance cable cranes in British forestry. Scottish Forestry 26(2): 123-140

The place of the agro-industrial complex within the Czechoslovak national economy. Kozgazdasagi Szemle 22(1): 114-122

The placentome of the Philippine carabao (Bubalus bubalis) in mid-pregnancy: a study to establish the basis of clinico-pathological analysis on the possible causes of early reproductive failures. Philippine Journal of Veterinary Medicine 1975; 13(1/2): 1-25

The plague microbe (Yersinia pestis, Brucellaceae) as a component of burrow microbiocoenoses. Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni 42(1): 62-68

The plan for the final year of the quinquennium. Ekonomika Sel' skogo Khozyajstva (2): 1-10

The plan in Austrian agricultural law. Considerations on planning law on the basis of the Austrian agricultural legal system. Schriftenreihe fur Agrarsoziologie und Agrarrecht (14): 128

The plan will be fulfilled. Zivotnovadstvo 27(1): 9-12

The planning and calculation of manpower in agriculture. Ekonomika i Organizacija Sil' s' kogo Gospodarstva (45): 108-114

The planning and carrying out of the optimal programme for producing and purchasing meat and its practical application. Die Planung und Ausfuhrung des optimalen Fleisch Produktions und Einkaufsprogrammes und seine praktische Anwendung: 200

The planning and construction of farm tank rooms. Karjatalous 49(3): 4-5

The planning and construction of veterinary investigation laboratories in tropical and sub-tropical countries. I. The concept of the expanding laboratory. Tropical Animal Health and Production 6(4): 245-252

The planning and development of Brazilian agriculture: some quantitative extensions. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 33(7): 3113

The planning and evaluation of forestry projects. Institute Paper, Commonwealth Forestry Institute, University of Oxford (45): 83

The planning and organisation of progeny testing with particular reference to numerically small populations. Zeitschrift fur Tierzuchtung und Zuchtungsbiologie 91(3): 169-175

The planning of capital investment is to be improved. Ekonomika Sel' skogo Khozyajstva (2): 50-56

The planning of district studies of co-operation in the agrochemical services and the beginning of their development in Czechoslovakia. Zemedelska Ekonomika 19(11): 759-767

The planning of investment and financing in forest enterprises. Investitions und Finanzierungsplanung im Forstbetrieb: 122

The planning of optimum irrigation rates. Sbornik Trudov po Agronomicheskoi Fizike (31): 101-108

The planning of recreational forests near towns. Schriftenreihe zur Orts , Regional und Landesplanung, Zurich (8): ix + 220 + 1 map

The planning of rural areas: the lessons of a symposium. Economie Rurale 102(4): 33-56

The planning of the production programme in the vegetable processing industry and the use of gross marginal accounting and linear programming. Forschungsberichte zur Okonomik im Gartenbau (13): 214

The planning process in the National Parks of Canada. Royal Australian Planning Institute Journal 11(3): 69-76

The plant association of bristle grass (Nardus stricta L.) in Cret (Turopolje). Poljoprivredna Znanstvena Smotra 30(40): 255-262

The plant communities of the southern part of the German Democratic Republic III. Forests, Parts 1 & 2. Hercynia 9: 1-34 ; 106-136

The plant cover of southern Kamchatka. Arkiv for Botanik 7(2/3): 181-257

The plant ferredoxins and their relationship to the evolution of ferredoxins from primitive life. Chemistry in evolution and systematics: 553-577

The plant geochemistry of terrestrial ecosystems. Monti e Boschi 23(5): 3-14

The plant lifting and bundling machine. Sozialistische Forstwirtschaft 24(7): 202-203

The plant nematode fauna of mountain plants and the endemic plants of the Stara Planina (Bulgaria). Godishnik na Sofiiskiya Universitet, Biologicheski Fakultet, Zoologiya, Fiziologiya i Biokhimiya na Zhivotnite, KN1 Annuaire de l' universite de Sofia, Faculte de Biologie; Zoologie, Physiologie et Biochimie des Animaux, Livre 11967; 61: 171-184

The plant population explosion. Ceres, FAO, Italy 6(2): 11-15

The plant root and its environment. Proceedings of an institute sponsored by the Southern Regional Education Board, held at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, July 5-16, 1971. The plant root and its environment Proceedings of an institute sponsored by the Southern Regional Education Board, held at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, July 5-16, 1971: 691

The plant-parasitic nematodes found associated with major crops in Okinawa, the Ryuku Islands. Proceedings of the Association for Plant Protection of Kyushu 14: 77-82

The plant-parasitic nematodes found mainly in sugar-cane fields in the Satsunan Island, South Kyushu. Proceedings of the Association for Plant Protection of Kyushu 11: 105-110

The plant-physiological importance of selenium. 1. The oxidative formation of selenite and selenate and their analytical determination in the test substrates. 2. Investigations on the selenium quotient in plant experiments. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde 132(3): 191-198, 199-208

The plantain in the Ivory Coast. Fruits 28(6): 453-462

The plantain-leaf sawfly - a new pest of oil-bearing rose. Rastitelna Zashchita 20(6): 28-31

The plantation economy: an essay in definition. Science and Society 36(1): 49-62

The plantation fly, Hydrotaea irritans (Fall.) on grazing heifers. Entomologiske Meddelelser 40(3): 151-173

The planting method and head formation in lettuce. Gemuse 8(7): 195-197

The planting season as a factor in afforestation. Glasnik Sumarskog Fakulteta, Univerzitet u Beogradu (19): 92

The planting system and mechanical harvesting of black currants. Besseres Obst 19(6): 97

The plants of Ethiopia: Spermatophyta. Bulletin du Jardin Botanique de Belgique 42(3, Supplement): 1579-1657

The plants of the Uzbekistan flora possessing a diuretic action. Rastitel' nye Resursy 9(2): 161-167

The plants of the forests of Mare, Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia. Journal d' Agriculture Tropicale et de Botanique Appliquee 19(6/7): 249-252

The plasma insulin response to arginine infusion in six non-diabetic patients given an acute overload of thyroidhormone. European Journal of Clinical and Biological Research 17(6): 619-622

The plasma membrane of ram, boar and bull spermatozoa. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 33(1): 179-183

The plasma transport and metabolism of retinoic acid in the rat. Biochemical Journal 132(4): 821-827

The plastic trees on autoroute A 9. Revue Forestiere Francaise 26(3): 247-249

The plastics milk bottle. Voedingsmiddelentechnologie 3(44; 45; 46; 47): 25-27, 29; 8-9, 11, 13; 31, 33, 35; 8-9

The plastid pigment content of grapevine leaves during inflorescence initiation and differentiation. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 11(3): 117-123

The plateau of NW Darfur and Jebel Gourgeil (Republic of Sudan) : a study of the flora and vegetation. Dossiers, Recherche Cooperative sur Programme No 45, Marseille (5): 150

The plating of pelvic fractures in the dog. Veterinary Record 93(21): 550-554

The playing surface of sports pitches: criterion and the relationship between it and certain soil physical qualities of the top layer. Groen (12): 400-407

The pleiotropic effect of a chlorophyll mutation in pea. Genetika 8(7): 31-36

The plight of unemployed single farm workers. Research Monograph, Department of Applied Behavioral Sciences, College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, University of California (14): 63

The ploidy of embryos in the F0 of distant crosses of wheat. Apomiksis i Selektsiya: 182-190

The ploughing up of the virgin lands and the Bobac Marmot resources of central Kazakhstan. Izvestija Akademii Nauk SSSR, Serija Geograficeskaja (6): 47-55

The plucking surface. Tea in East Africa (2): 13-14

The plugging of Elm seedling stems by Ceratocystis ulmi toxin. Abstracts of Papers, 2nd International Congress of Plant Pathology, Minneapolis: 0681

The plum Evrazia 21 near Leningrad. Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Ordena Lenina Instituta Rastenievodstva Imeni NI Vavilova (38): 33

The plum Voinesti B - a valuable rootstock for more intensive plum culture. Productia Vegetala, Horticultura 23(11): 25-27

The plum clone Vinat romanesc 300. Productia Vegetala, Horticultura 24(6): 40

The plum collection. Zahrad Listy 64(12): 358-360

The plum cultivar Burya. Ovoshcharstvo 52(7): 29-31

The plum gall mite. Zashchita Rastenii 15(7): 29-30

The plum in Kherson province. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 50(3): 169-173

The plum moth in France in the years 1966-1970. Phytoma 24(236): 21-28

The plum scale in the Fergana Valley. Zashchita Rastenii 16(6): 39

The plum variety Gavrovska (No. 835). Ovoshcharstvo 51(4): 14-16

The plurality of outbreak areas of Locusta migratoria migratorioides. Annales de la Societe Entomologique de France 9(4): 921-928

The podzols of south-east England. Transactions, 10th International Congress of Soil Science, VI I: 149-156

The point quadrat method of vegetation analysis: a review. Study No10, University of Reading Department of Agriculture: 18

The polarity of auxin transport in inverted cuttings. New Phytologist 73(4): 637-642

The polarity of regeneration in isolated leaves. Fiziologiya Rastenii 19(3): 650-657

The polarographic determination of thiol groups in protein. I. A comparison of methylmercuric chloride and N-ethylmaleimide as polarographic active reagents. Lebensmittel Wissenschaft + Technologie 6(5): 189-190

The policy environment for U.S. agricultural trade. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 54(5): 821-826

The policy of incentives to Italian agriculture: some aspects and problems. Risparmio 19(12): 2185-2224

The policy of keeping trees alive via spray operations may hasten the recurrence of Spruce budworm. Forestry Chronicle 50(1): 19-21

The policy of the general association of wheat producers. La politique de l' Association generale des producteurs de ble: 199

The political economy of Appalachia: a case study in regional integration. The political economy of Appalachia: a case study in regional integration: xviii+192

The political economy of agrarian change. An essay on the Green Revolution. The political economy of agrarian change An essay on the Green Revolution: xv+264

The political economy of independent agriculture in Colonial Malawi: the Great War to the Great Depression. Journal of Social Science 1: 113-129

The political economy of regional water institutions. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 55(1): 10-18

The political economy of the Chinese revolution. The political economy of the Chinese revolution: ix+541

The political economy of the People's commune in China: changes and continuities. Journal of Asian Studies 34(3): 631-658

The political structure of the Chinese community in Cambodia. The political structure of the Chinese community in Cambodia: 191

The political world of peasants in contemporary France. L' univers politique des paysans dans la France contemporaine: x+650

The politicization of Malay villagers: national integration or disintegration?. Comparative Politics 7(2): 205-226

The politics of Soviet agriculture, 1960-1970. The politics of Soviet agriculture, 1960-1970: xix+311

The politics of agrarian interests - Andreas Hermes. Neue Politische Literatur 18(1): 96-101

The politics of agrarian reform in Pakistan. Asian Survey 14(5): 429-438

The politics of food. Foreign Policy (14): 17-29

The politics of health in Tanzania. Development and Change 4(1): 39-50

The politics of hsia-fang youth. China Quarterly (59): 491-517

The politics of land reform in Chile: 1950-1970. Public policy, political institutions and social change. The politics of land reform in Chile: 1950-1970 Public policy, political institutions and social change: v+321

The politics of land use. Planning, zoning, and the private developer. The politics of land use Planning, zoning, and the private developer: x+166

The politics of national development: the case of the Ord River Scheme. Public Administration 32(1): 93-113

The politics of survival: peasant response to 'progress' in Southeast Asia. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 4(2): 241-268

The pollen content of some sections of the soils of Repedea hill, near Jassy, Rumania. Studies of the Quaternary Throughout the World Proceedings of the VIII INQUA Congress Paris 1969 M Ters editor 1: 313-316

The pollen fertility of diploid and tetraploid grapevines. Vitis 11(4): 269-279

The pollen morphology of representatives of the tribe Viciae from the family Fabaceae. Vestnik Moskovskogo Universitata, Biologiya i Pochvovedenie (3): 93-98

The pollen spectrum of honeys from the Italian Alps. Apidologie 3(4): 309-340

The pollen sterility in sunflower, Helianthus annuus L. Genetika a Slechteni 9(3): 173-180

The pollen tubes of Cyrtopodium species. American Orchid Society Bulletin 41(5): 426-427

The pollen yield of plants. Pszczelarstwo 23(3): 4

The pollinating insects, their activity and role in red clover fields. Novenyvedelem 8(8): 337-342

The pollination of Karmijn de Sonnaville. Fruitteelt 64(38): 984-985

The pollination of apples and pears. Advisory Leaflet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (377): 9

The pollination of beans (Phaseolus) in glasshouses. Bijenteelt 73(5): 79-80

The pollination of cacao in Bahia and some implications of the use of insecticides and other cultural practices. Cacau Atualidades 11(1): 15-20

The pollination of cucumbers in Maryland. American Bee Journal 111(6): 224-225

The pollination of flowers. The pollination of flowers: 418

The pollination of high bush blueberries. Report of the Ninth Pollination Conference, Hot Springs, Arkansas, USA: 171-176

The pollination of hybrid kale (Brassica oleracea L.). Journal of Agricultural Science, UK 81(3): 557-559

The pollination of onion (Allium cepa L.) to produce hybrid seed. Journal of Applied Ecology 11(2): 409-417

The pollination of self-fertile apple trees. Journal of Horticultural Science 49(3): 301-304

The pollution of paddy soils by cadmium, zinc, lead and copper in the dust, fumes and waste water from Nissa Aizu smelter. Journal of the Science of Soil and Manure, Tokyo 43(9): 339-343

The polycross method in breeding plants and its theoretical basis. Genetich osnovy selektsii geterozisn populyatsii: 3-22

The polygamous nature and morphological origin of flower parts in some Salix species. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 57(6): 623-631

The polygenic nature of wilt resistance in cotton. Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Ordena Lenina Akademii Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk Imeni V I Lenina (5): 22-23

The polyintegument effect. Kartofel' i Ovoshchi (10): 15

The polymeric carbohydrates of fodder and sugar beets. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki (6): 33-35

The polymorphism of Elytrigia repens (L.) Desv. and its chromosome number. Tsitologiya i Genetika 9(2): 126-128

The polymorphism of Onobrychis cyri Grossh. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 49(1): 81-84

The polypeptide patterns of membrane fractions from normal and primary thylakoids of bean leaves. Photosynthetica 9(3): 246-254

The polyphenolic compounds of certain Hypericum species. Rastitel' nye Resursy 8(4): 541-547

The polyphenols of Reseda odorata; nature and distribution (phenolic acids and flavonoids). Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Seances de l' Academie des Sciences, D 277(19): 1993-1996

The polyphenols of flue-cured tobacco. Agrochemophysica 5(4): 75-76

The polypores. Bulletin of the British Mycological Society 7(1, Supplement): 43

The polysaccharides in the seeds of some members of the Liliaceae and Iridaceae. Phytochemistry 12(6): 1331-1339

The polytene chromosomes of Anopheles superpictus and relationships with Anopheles stephensi. Parassitologia 12(2/3): 101-112

The pomegranate variety Azerbaijan. Sadovodstvo (11): 49

The pomological properties of certain plum types. Jugoslovensko Vocarstvo 1972; 5(17/18): 365-372

The pomology of the White Russian SSR. Atlas of apple fruit. The pomology of the White Russian SSR Atlas of apple fruit: 240

The poor setting of concrete surface caused by plywood made from New Guinean wood (I). Setting tests of Portland cement. Journal of the Hokkaido Forest Products Research Institute (4): 7-10 + smry.

The poplar insect problem in Greece. Anzeiger fur Schadlingskunde und Pflanzenschutz 43(11): 167-171

The population biology of the acanthocephalan Pomphorhynchus laevis (Muller) in the River Avon. Journal of Fish Biology 6(5): 665-679

The population density of larvae and pupae of Spodoptera littoralis (Boisd.) in clover fields in Egypt (Lepidoptera:Agrotidae-Zenobiinae). Bulletin de la Societe Entomologique d' Egypte 1969; 52: 297-312

The population density of mosquitos of the genus Anopheles in western regions of the Ukrainian SSR (based on the data from extensive entomological surveys). Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni 41(1): 8-11

The population density of some honeydew producers and its dependence on protection by ants. Waldhygiene 9(5/8): 185-191

The population dynamics and economic threshold levels of spider mites on cucumbers under glass. Nachrichtenblatt fur den Pflanzenschutz in der DDR 29(2): 26-31

The population dynamics and parasite complex of Coleophora laricella within the natural range of Larix decidua. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Entomologie 73(1): 1-42

The population dynamics of Boophthora erythrocephala de Geer. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Entomologie 71(1): 35-44

The population dynamics of Euproctis chrysorrhoea in the Central-Chernozem State Reservation. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 53(2): 292-296

The population dynamics of gene order in the genome. III. Some possibilities for the existence of inversion polymorphism. Issledovaniya po teoreticheskoi genetike: 103-137

The population dynamics of nematode parasites of sheep in northern England. Research in Veterinary Science 19(3): 293-295

The population dynamics of the Pine moth, Dendrolimus spectabilis Butler, in Kyushu. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 57(6): 176-183

The population dynamics of the cotton aphid Aphis gossypii Glover in cotton plantations under the arid conditions of Upper Egypt. Biologia, Bratislava, Seria B, Zoologia 26(8): 601-610

The population dynamics of tropical arboreal Psocoptera (Insecta) on two species of conifers in the Blue Mountains, Jamaica. Journal of Animal Ecology 43(2): 323-337

The population ecology of brown locusts, Locustana pardalina (Walker), on fixed observation areas. Phytophylactica 1(2): 93-102

The population effect and the role of calcium in pollen germination of some fruit tree species. Rivista della Ortoflorofrutticoltura Italiana 58(1): 3-13

The population explosion in Latin America. Academy of Political Science Proceedings 30(4): 42-49

The population genetics of assortative mating based on imprinting. Theoretical Population Biology 7(3): 306-337

The population of nesting birds in a woodland area under gradual conversion to softwoods. Comptes Rendus des Seances Hebdomadaires de l' Academie des Sciences, France, D 275(16): 1815-1818

The population of plants in Atlantic forest, agreste, and caatinga in Sergipe. Brasil Florestal 4(15): 32-40

The population of the co-operatives and young people. A termeloszovetkezeti nepesseg es az ifjusag: 124

The population structure of Quercus robur L. and Quercus petraea Liebl. in the Belovzhskaya virgin forest. Belovezh pushcha, 7 (9): 115-129

The population structure of vegetation. Plant community morphology Structure research Report on the International Symposium of the International Association of Phytosociology at Rinteln, 4-7 April 1966: Gesellschaftsmorphologie Strukturforschung Bericht uber das internationale Symposium der Internationalen Vereinigung fur Vegetationskunde in Rinteln 4-7 April 1966: 39-62

The population-genetic aspect of the study of forest types. Ekologiya (5): 22-26

The porcine endothelial cell in tissue culture. Atherosclerosis 21(2): 259-272

The porcine secretory IgA antibody system. Acta Veterinaria, Brno 40(Suppl.2): 59-64

The porosity of moist wood. Derevoobrabatyvayushchaya Promyshlennost' (9): 12-13

The position and development of artificial drying and its significance as an important factor in intensification. Agrartechnik 24(6): 278-282

The position and development trends in rural social research in Austria, 1960-1972. Schriftenreihe des Agrarwirtschaftlichen Institutes des Bundesministeriums fur Land und Forstwirtschaft (20): 339

The position and new organization of the production of grapevine planting material in France. Weinberg und Keller 22(1): 9-20

The position and problems confronting rural sociological research in West Germany. Agrarische Rundschau (6/7): 5-11

The position and trends in development in rural social research in Austrian village surveys. Monatsberichte uber die Osterreichische Landwirtschaft 20(8): 460-468

The position in breeding for Plasmopara resistance. Rebe und Wein 24(6): 197-199

The position in the beef and veal sector. Mitteilungen zur gemeinsamen Agrarpolitik (3): 29

The position of Vicia faba L. in the genus Vicia L. and observations on the origin of this cultivated species. Kulturpflanze 20: 263-275

The position of agriculture in EEC. Report 1972, Vol. I and supplement to the 1972 report, Vol. II. [Veroffentlichung] Kommission der Europaischen Gemeinschaften (900): 113 ; 196

The position of breeding for resistance in the integrated and biological plant control system from an international viewpoint. Bericht uber die Arbeitstagung 1973 der "Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Saatzuchtleiter": 224-237

The position of cephalopods in life cycles of helminths of marine fishes. Third International Congress of Parasitology Munich, August 25-31-1974 Proceedings, Vol 3: 1727-1728

The position of chemical weed control in onions grown from sets. Novenyvedelem 8(6): 273-274

The position of controlling and working processes in the practical planning and realization of complex socialist rationalization in agriculture. Ekonomika Polnohospodarstva 13(2): 44-46

The position of directors of large farms and some features of their managerial activity. A vezetok helyzete es munkajuk megszervezesenek nehany vonasa nagygazdasagainkban: 88

The position of domestic cats in the epizootiology of human worm infections with particular reference to Toxocara mystax. Tierarztliche Umschau 29(1): 26-33

The position of family farms of up to 2 hectares. Wies Wspolczesna 19(1(215)): 54-60

The position of forest and reforestation in Sao Paulo. Brasil Florestal 5(20): 26-28

The position of forest policy in relation to political economy. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen 125(7): 435-444

The position of gleys and pseudogleys in different classification systems. "Pseudogley and Gley" Transactions of Commissions V and VI of the International Society of Soil Science: 413-419

The position of scientific investigations on the control of pine needle cast in the USSR. Zesz Probl Postepow Nauk Rol (127): 103-108

The position of stagnogleys in the soil association of the high plain of the Black Forest. "Pseudogley and Gley" Transactions of Commissions V and VI of the International Society of Soil Science: 181-186

The position of the Dutch dairy industry. Nordeuropaeisk Mejeri Tidsskrift 39(1): 5-17

The position of the Netherlands bulb industry in the enlarged EEC. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 4(11): 1039-1041

The position of the Netherlands in the German cheese market. Officieel Orgaan Koninklijke Nederlandse Zuivelbond 65(48): 1162-1166

The position of the basal cut as affecting root formation in rootstock cuttings. Lozarstvo i Vinarstvo 22(7): 3-5

The position of the basic and luxury food industries in the process of industrialization. Europaische Hochschulschriften, RV (65): 330

The position of the cheese industry in the European Community. Agra Europe 16(15, Sonderbeil): 22

The position of the departmental system of education in the training of (Czechoslovak) agricultural specialists. In a collection of papers to a seminar on the problem of education in socialist agriculture. Studijni oddeleni, Ustav vedeckotechnickych informaci (115): 107-119

The position of the light threshold reaction in violaxanthin desepoxidation in leaves of light loving and shade tolerant plants. Botanickeskii Zhurnal 58(8): 1205-1209

The position of the milk industry in general economic development. Agra Europe Presse und Informationsdienst 15(19, Dok.): 8

The position of the real margin of the carpel. Osterreichische Botanische Zeitschrift 121(5): 285-301

The position of trans-octadec-16-enoic acid in the fatty acid profile of milkfat. Australian Journal of Dairy Technology 28(4): 162-164

The position on chromosome 5B of wheat of the locus determining crossability with rye. Genetical Research 22(2): 143-153

The position regarding the chemical control of aquatic weeds in Austria. Proceedings 4th EWRC International Symposium on Aquatic Weeds, Vienna: 152-157

The position regarding the production of grapevine planting material in Germany. Weinberg und Keller 22(3): 122-132

The position regarding the study of citrus rootstocks. Revista Agricola 14(149): 23-29

The position, responsibility and operation of E. German seed-extraction establishments in the process of forest regeneration. Sozialistische Forstwirtschaft 22(12): 375-8, 383

The positive effect of population growth on agricultural saving in irrigation systems. Review of Economics and Statistics 57(1): 71-79

The possibilites of long-term preservation of the cocoons of a predator of aphids; Chrysopa perla (L.) (Neuroptera, Chrysopidae). Annales de Zoologie, Ecologie Animale 3(3): 373-377

The possibilities and limitations of applying the polluter pays principle in agriculture and forestry. Berichte uber landwirtschaft 52(2): 195-231

The possibilities and limitations of harvesting with cutting bar machinery in relation to peduncle length in vine varieties cultivated in Italy. Atti Accademia Italiana della Vite e del Vino 23: 357-418

The possibilities and limitations of quarantine against stored products pests. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Entomologie 65(3): 338-341

The possibilities and limits of applying the polluter pays principle in agriculture and forestry. Berichte uber landwirtschaft 52(2): 232-247

The possibilities and limits of improvements in the continuity and stability of the yields of fodder crops by means of sprinkler irrigation and nitrogen fertilizers. Archiv fur Acker und Pflanzenbau und Bodenkunde 19(4): 301-130

The possibilities and role of rotations in present-day agriculture. Schweizerische Landwirtschaftliche Monatshefte 52(7/8): 275-288

The possibilities for adaptation and development of soyabean cultivation in France. Bulletin Technique d' Information (282): 649-660

The possibilities for modernizing the taxation of co-operative farms. Penzugyi Szemle 18(2): 120-135

The possibilities for summer control of the Californian scale. Rastitelna Zashchita 18(8): 11-13

The possibilities for the application of soil surface measurements in the evaluation of some soil properties. Transactions, 10th International Congress of Soil Science, I: 335-340

The possibilities in forest tree breeding. II. Selection differentials and genetic gains in selected seed stands of Scots Pine. Silva Fennica 6(3): 157-171

The possibilities of Botrytis cinerea and Phomopsis viticola overwintering in grapevine buds. Actas do III Congresso da Uniao Fitopatologica Mediterranea, Oeiras, Portugal, 1972: 63-64

The possibilities of Holcus lanatus as fodder. Fourrages Actualites (9): 13-14

The possibilities of advance potassium fertilizer application on sandy soils. Archiv fur Acker und Pflanzenbau und Bodenkunde 18(7): 529-539

The possibilities of an optimum planning of agricultural production in co-operative districts. Zemedelska Ekonomika 20(2/3): 141-146

The possibilities of annual medics in summer rainfall situations. Proceedings of the Grassland Society of Southern Africa 9: 179-184

The possibilities of autumn planting of carrot seed plants in northern Bulgaria. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 11(7): 61-70

The possibilities of beef from young bulls for the Dutch market. Landbouwkundig Tijdschrift 85(2): 47-52

The possibilities of chemical diagnosis of disease resistance in the potato plant. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya 7(6): 886-894

The possibilities of chemical protection of wheat against diseases of the stem base. Ochrana Rostlin 9(4): 217-225

The possibilities of closer agricultural co-operation between North African countries. International Spectator 26(10): 937-952

The possibilities of demonstrating nematicidal activity using Protozoa and invertebrates. Vortrage der 13 Tagung uber Probleme der Phytonematologie, Gross Lusewitz, 7 Juni 1974: 60-72

The possibilities of drawing up a complete annual-ring chronology of the post-glacial period with the aid of near-fossil Oaks from gravels of the Danube. Berichte der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft 85(1/4): 29-45

The possibilities of early harvesting in Scots Pine seed orchards. Silvae Genetica 21(5): 191-193

The possibilities of enriching commercial and farmyard composts with high amounts of sludge and liquid excrements. Rostlinna Vyroba 19(5): 485-495

The possibilities of expanding cacao growing in the Reconcavo region of Bahia. Cacau Atualidades 9(3): 10-19

The possibilities of extending coriander cultivation into more northerly regions. Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Ordena Lenina Instituta Rastenievodstva imeni NI Vavilova (32): 60-64

The possibilities of extending the utilisation of hardwood for pulping in Europe. Symposium Internacional EU CE PA, Madrid (Paper 3): 22

The possibilities of fonophos as a soil insecticide. Phytiatrie Phytopharmacie 20(4): 249-256

The possibilities of growing cauliflower in the Antilles. Results of trials. Agronomie Tropicale, I 27(10): 1028-1031

The possibilities of growing scallop squash (Cucurbita pepo var. patissonina radiata) in Hungary. Kerteszeti Egyetem Kozkemenyei 1972; 35(3): 17-27

The possibilities of improving nutritional value of cereals especially barley by plant breeding. Cereal Research Communications 1(1): 9-15

The possibilities of improving nutritional value of cereals, especially barley by plant breeding. Agrobotanika 1973; 14: 15-20

The possibilities of improving permanent grassland in France. Fourrages (58): 41-62

The possibilities of improving the numerical and qualitative status of epigeal Carabidae in pure Scots Pine stands. Sylwan 118(4): 28-32

The possibilities of increasing the productive potential of the ear in bread wheat by hybridization with the interspecific hybrid Ordamiramar 3. Genetika i Selektsiya 7(5): 331-343

The possibilities of increasing the protein content of pea sorts. Az egytem huszonoteves fennallasanak tiszteletere rendezett tudomanyos ulesszak roviditett eloadasai 1970 Majus 20-22 Biologiai Szekcio: 46-47

The possibilities of industrial cultivation of Cork Oak in the Petrich/Sandanski region. Gorsko Stopanstvo 30(12): 22-26

The possibilities of limiting the number of sprays applied against the codling moth (Carpocapsa pomonella L.). Biuletyn Instytutu Ochrony Roslin (48): 277-284

The possibilities of multiple-use management with production and hydrological functions as its objects, exemplified by the Orlicke Mts. Prace Vyzkumneho Ustavu Lesniho Hospodarstvi a Myslivosti 43: 69-117 + 4 maps

The possibilities of obtaining seeds and seedlings of Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus L.) in breeding work. Hodowla Roslin, Aklimatyzacja i Nasiennictwo 15(4): 365-381

The possibilities of optimization in the intra-enterprise planning of socialist agricultural enterprises. Ekonomicke Rozhlady 5(5): 207-224

The possibilities of polluting soils by fertilizers and the way they are used. Bulletin des Recherches Agronomiques de Gembloux (Hors Serie): 561-583

The possibilities of producing and supplying Beech smallwood from cleanings-cum-thinnings in Slovakia. Lesnicky Casopis 20(1): 59-66

The possibilities of producing high-protein soya-bean forms by means of induced mutagenesis. Odnoletn bobovye kul' tury na korm: 270-271

The possibilities of producing initial material for breeding groundnuts (Arachis hyposaea L.) by irradiation. Genetika i Selektsiya 7(2): 157-164

The possibilities of selecting cows for food conversion. Eesti Pollumajanduse Akadeemia Teaduslike Toode Kogumik (77): 5-62

The possibilities of selecting potato hybrids according to the number and size of the tubers. Genetika a Slechteni 8(3): 189-194

The possibilities of simplifying management practices for potatoes. Ziemniak : 139-171

The possibilities of the adaptation and development of soyabean cultivation in France. Bulletin Technique d' Information (282): 649-660

The possibilities of the control of the dried-bean beetle through sterilisation with gamma -radiation. Rastitelna Zashchita 19(9): 19-22

The possibilities of the use of the wild form of red clover in breeding. Uroda 19(8): 310-311

The possibilities of using anhydrous ammonia in cereal production. Tagungsbericht, Akademie der Landwirtschaftswissenschaften der Deutschen Democratischen Re ik (122): 53-59

The possibilities of using cottonseed oil meal in place of soybean oil meal in broiler rations. Yearbook of the Faculty of Agriculture of the University of Ankara 11: 27-43

The possibilities of using factoring in West German agriculture. Anwendungsmoglichkeiten des Factoring in der Landwirtschaft der Bundesre ik Deutschland: 303

The possibilities of using grafting in plant breeding. Genet osnovy selektsii rast: 343-373

The possibilities of using ground sprays to control citrus greasy spot. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1974; 86: 19-23

The possibilities of using herbicides in cabbage seedling production. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 11(1): 77-85

The possibilities of using herbicides in onions grown as an annual crop. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 10(2): 69-77

The possibilities of using irradiation sterilisation for control of the cherry fruit-fly,. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 10(1): 15-21

The possibilities of using leasing in Federal German agriculture. Landliche Genossenschaftswesen, Universitat Giessen (12): 316

The possibilities of using molasses yeast as main protein source and supplement in broiler rations. Yearbook of the Faculty of Agriculture of the University of Ankara 11: 70-84

The possibilities of using programme planning in the development of holdings in horticulture. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 6(7/8): 642-644

The possibilities of using protective measures against pea aphid in pea seed production. Zoldsegtermesztes 1973; 5: 125-130

The possibilities of using some types of HIAB Elephant crane in the transport of wood in Hungary. Erdeszeti Kutatasok 67(2): 203-207

The possibilities of using structural analysis in forestry. Lesnictvi 18(10): 901-918

The possibilities of using tall fescue. Revue Suisse d' Agriculture 6(1): 13-17

The possibilities of using the sterile male technique for aphid control - a theoretical discussion. Food and Agriculture Organisation, International Atomic Energy Agency: United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation: Computer models and application of the sterile male technique Proceedings of a panel organized by the Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Atomic Energy in Food and Agriculture held in Vienna, 13-17 December 1971: 129-136

The possibilities of using the urea-metaphosphate system in vegetable nutrition. I. Vegetable pepper. Rostlinna Vyroba 18(7): 769-776

The possibilities of utilizing anhydrous ammonia in cereal production. Tagungsbericht, Akademie der Landwirtschaftswissenschaften der Deutschen Demokratischen Re ik 122: 53-59

The possibilities of utilizing disease-resistant tomato cultivars. I. The results and prospects of investigations on Alternaria solani resistance. Kertgazdasag 7(2): 51-69

The possibility of F2-utilization in Pine hybridization. Proceedings of the Joint Symposia for Forest Tree Breeding of Genetics Subject Group, IUFRO, and Section 5, Forest Trees, SABRAO: C-4(I), 1-10

The possibility of a common cause for the plant teratogenic symptoms (deformations) produced by 2,4-D-derivative herbicides and those produced by natural biological agents. Novenyvedelem 10(1): 2-6

The possibility of a harvesting programme, based on penetrometer and starch tests, being organized at a fruit collection and storage centre. Esperienze e Ricerche, Stazione Sperimentale Agraria Forestale di S Michele all' Adige 2: 135-158

The possibility of a marketing management approach in South African agriculture. Agrekon 13(4): 7-11

The possibility of a mushroom industry in Indonesia. Warta Pertanian 2(16): 22-28

The possibility of altering plant biochemistry in order to obtain more valuable fodder. Revista de Zootehnie si Medicina Veterinara 21(4): 24-34

The possibility of ante-natal or milk-borne infection with Muellerius in sheep, and the possible effect of treatment with the anthelmintic Hoe 881 V (fenbendazole). Zur Frage der pranatalen und galaktogenen Infektion sowie zur anthelminthischen Beeinflussbarkeit beim Protostrongylidenbefall des Schafes: 54

The possibility of application of Duncan's method for determining the optimum stand density of maize grown under different regimes of irrigation and fertilizing. Rasteniev"dni Nauki 12(3): 65-70

The possibility of applying Patoran to haricot bean. Nauchni Trudove, Vissh Selskostopanski Institut ' V Kolarov' , Rasteniev"dstvo 20(1): 109-115

The possibility of applying Patoran to maize. Nauchni Trudove, Vissh Selskostopanski Institut ' V Kolarov' , Rasteniev"dstvo 20(1): 117-121

The possibility of applying linear transformations to equations for the transfer of water in the unsaturated zone. Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Ordena Lenina Akademii Sel' skokhozyaistvennyk Nauk Imeni VI Lenina (3): 43-46

The possibility of applying the sterile-male technique to the control of tsetse flies in Nigeria and the problems to be faced. The sterile insect technique and its field applications Proceedings of a panel on the practical use of the sterile male technique for insect control organized by the Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Atomic Energy in Food and Agriculture and held in Vienna, 13-17 November 1972: Itard, J : Food and Agriculture Organization; International Atomic Energy Agency: Possibilities of using genetic methods to control the tsetse fly: 75-79

The possibility of arranging commodity lucerne seed production in the Moldavian SSR for the northern districts of the Soviet Union. Proceedings of the 12th International Grassland Congress Plant introduction, breeding and seed production: 220-225

The possibility of artificially inducing a brief period of dormancy in Pinus sylvestris seeds by means of osmotic pressure. Biologia, Czechoslovakia, A 27(7): 593-597

The possibility of automixis occurring in interspecific crosses of wheat. Probl apomiksisa u rast i zhivotnykh: 63-70

The possibility of biological control of imported weeds of the genus Solidago L. in Europe. Acta Instituti Forestalis Zvolenensis 2: 427-441

The possibility of breeding forms of lavender which do not segregate in the progeny. Tr VNII efirnomaslich kul' tur 3: 11-13

The possibility of change in the aphid fauna composition on sugar-beet. Savremena Poljoprivreda 18(11-12): 43-50

The possibility of chemical thinning in vine glasshouses with the product P.R.B. 200-E-50. Tuinbouwberichten 38(5): 201-206

The possibility of controlling Cyperus rotundus in the citrus orchard. Notiziario sulle Malattie della Piante (85): 161-180

The possibility of controlling Hylemya brassicae with certain granular preparations. Rastitelna Zashchita 22(8): 31-33

The possibility of controlling fruit piercing moths by means of an odour repellent. Rhodesia Agricultural Journal 68(6): 113

The possibility of converting lactation yields to a standard 305-day lactation. Savremena Poljoprivreda 22(5-6): 83-92

The possibility of cultivating rice with periodic irrigation. I. Preliminary results with some selected lines. Riso 23(Special number): 21-31

The possibility of cultivating rice with periodic irrigation. II. The chemical composition and qualitative characteristics of selected lines. Riso 23(Special number): 33-41

The possibility of defoliating rootstocks and young fruit trees in the nursery with certain chemicals. Jugoslovensko Vocarstvo 6(19/20): 705-710

The possibility of determining D-glucose and D-fructose in tobacco leaves using enzymic reactions. Tabacco 77(747): 35-38

The possibility of determining sex manifestation at the seed stage in cucumber. Tsitologiya i Genetika 8(5): 438-440

The possibility of developing the genetic capacity of black-pied cattle for high dairy performance. Savremena Poljoprivreda 22(1-2): 37-45

The possibility of development of certain species of Trissolcus in the eggs of shield-bugs killed by low temperature treatment. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 53(4): 650-652

The possibility of development of larvae of Wuchereria bancrofti in blood-sucking mosquitos in the USSR. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 50(3): 343-349

The possibility of differentiation of several species of trematodes and their intermediate hosts by disc electrophoresis on polyacrylamide gel. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Gel' mintologii im KI Skryabina 19: 102-105

The possibility of disinfecting rose plants infested with two endoparasitic nematodes by dipping in nematicidal solutions. Pepinieristes Horticulteurs Maraichers (153): 15-17

The possibility of distributing the yield of pasture through application of nitrogen fertilizer. Revista de Zootehnie si Medicina Veterinara 24(3): 19-22

The possibility of early evaluation of bulls. Trudy Latviiskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii (57): 15-22

The possibility of early prediction of some egg characters in the hen. Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 11(6): 36-42

The possibility of early prediction of wool production in fine/coarse-wooled crossbred lambs. Povyshenie prokuktivnosti sel' skokhozyaistvennykh zhivotnykh: 101-108

The possibility of eradicating dictyocauliasis. Veterinarna Sbirka 67(9): 21-23

The possibility of estimating the additive variance of characters in Picea abies. Lesovedenie (4): 79-84

The possibility of evaluating the baking properties of wheat on the basis of the sedimentation test. Hodowla Roslin, Aklimatyzacja i Nasiennictwo 18(4): 273-282

The possibility of evaluating the effect of supernova explosions on the increment of tree species. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 59(7): 992-995

The possibility of exploiting rubber by microtapping. Revue Generale des Caoutchoucs et Plastiques 50(7/8): 620-622

The possibility of extending the harvesting season of cabbage under hot tropical conditions. Proceedings of the Fourth Vegetable Research Conference, Alexandria, September 1973: 89-99

The possibility of incorporating cytoplasmic male sterility in some varieties of common wheat (Triticum aestivum ssp. vulgare). Letopis Naucnih Radova, Poljoprivredni Fakultet u Novom Sadu 14: 73-78

The possibility of incorporating exogenous ATP in boar spermatozoa using histones. Tsitologiya 17(3): 304-308

The possibility of increasing lambing frequency and shortening the suckling period. Ovtsevodstvo (11): 31-32

The possibility of increasing row spacing in potato crops under Polish conditions. Biuletyn Instytuto Ziemniaka (12): 81-109

The possibility of increasing the effectiveness of experimental mutagenesis in winter bread wheat. Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of the Georgian SSR 77(1): 165-167

The possibility of increasing the hectare yield of wheat in the Moldova plain. Cercetari Agronomice in Moldova 5(October/December): 139-144

The possibility of increasing the row spacing in potato cultivation in Polish conditions. Biuletyn Instytutu Ziemniaka (12): 81-109

The possibility of increasing the yield of induced gamma mutations of apple varieties. Selektsiya, sortoizuch, agrotekhn, plod i yagodn kul' tur: 3-17

The possibility of infecting tomatoes with potato virus S. Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Ordena Lenina Akademii Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk Imeni VI Lenina (10): 17-18

The possibility of intrauterine infection of piglets on experimental infection with Taenia solium of sows at different stages of pregnancy. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov Moskovskoi Veterinarnoi Akademii Vazhneishie issledovaniya po izucheniyu zabolevanni sel' skokhozyaistvennykh zhivotnykh 62: 13-14

The possibility of investigating some varieties of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) for peeled fruit processing (pelati) in the Skopje region. Zbornik, Zemjodelski Institut, Skopje 10: 63-71

The possibility of mechanizing almond harvesting. Frutticoltura 34(12): 41-48

The possibility of obtaining seeds following placental pollination in vitro. Biologia Plantarum 17(4): 276-280

The possibility of obtaining tetraploid forms of Lolium multiflorum Lam. with increased resistance to Erysiphe graminis DC. Hodowla Roslin, Aklimatyzacja i Nasiennictwo 18(3): 241-252

The possibility of obtaining two lambings a year from Merino ewes under field conditions. Roczniki Wyzszej Szkoly Rolniczej w Poznaniu 66(Wydzial Zootechniczny 20): 13-26

The possibility of planned farrowing using the preparation VUFB 7319 in oestrus synchronisation. Veterinaria SPOFA 16(3-4): 369-388

The possibility of predicting milk fat content of heifers from their rectal temperature. Nauch Trudy voronezh sel' khoz Inst 63: 162-168

The possibility of predicting solute uptake and plant growth response from independently measured soil and plant characteristics. I. The theoretical basis of the experiments. Plant and Soil 42(1): 161-170

The possibility of predicting solute uptake and plant growth response from independently measured soil and plant characteristics. II. The growth and uptake of onions in solutions of constant phosphate concentration. Plant and Soil 42(1): 171-195

The possibility of predicting solute uptake and plant growth response from independently measured soil and plant characteristics. III. The growth and uptake of onions in a soil fertilized to different initial levels of phosphate and a comparison of the results with model predictions. Plant and Soil 42(1): 197-226

The possibility of predicting spot fires. Izuch prirody lesov Sibiri: 248-256

The possibility of prolonged storage of goose incubation eggs. Trudy Kubanskii Sel' skokhozyaistvennyi Institut (76 (104)): 57-60

The possibility of rapid determination of boar semen density with the Eppendorf photometer. Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 80(15): 345-348

The possibility of rearing Ageniaspis fuscicollis praysincola Silv. a parasite of Prays oleae Bern. (Lep. Hyponomeutidae) in a substitute host. Annales de Zoologie Ecologie Animale 1971; 2(4): 657-658

The possibility of rearing Coccinellids predacious on Coccids and aphids (Coleopt. Coccinellidae) on eggs of Anagasta kuhniella Z.(Lepidopt. Pyralidae). Annales de Zoologie, Ecologie Animale 4(4): 555-567

The possibility of reducing the size of barley samples in testing its malting value. Biuletyn Instytutu Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roslin (1/2): 115-118

The possibility of regulating the uptake and transport of ions in plants by means of surface-active agents and chelates. Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Ordena Lenina Akademii Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk Imeni VI Lenina (1): 6-8

The possibility of replacing the sanding of wood by scraping with a fixed knife. Drevo 27(3): 68-69, 76

The possibility of revealing potential disturbances in the chromosomal structure of Crepis capillaris and C. tectorum seeds. Genetika, USSR 10(2): 48-52

The possibility of simple CO2 absorption in CA storage. Mitteilungen des Obstbauversuchsringes des Alten Landes 28(8): 202-208

The possibility of soil transmission in bakanae disease and the contamination of seeds with causal fungus during the hastening process of seed germination. Bulletin of the Tokai Kinki National Agricultural Experimental Station (27): 35-41

The possibility of storing Granny Smith produced in the South Tyrol. Esperienze e Ricerche, Stazione Sperimentale Agraria Forestale di S Michele all' Adige 2: 159-172

The possibility of systematic commercial crossing in pigs. II. The single Dutch Yorkshire X Dutch Landrace cross, compared with the purebred Dutch Landrace. De mogelijkheden van systematische gebruikskruisingen in de varkenshouderij II Die enkelvoudige gebruikskruising Groot Yorkshire X Nederlands Landras in vergelijking tot zuivere NL teelt: 58 + 9

The possibility of the existence of soil ecotypes of Picea abies in Estonia. Metsanduslikud Uurimused 11: 5-31

The possibility of the migrating forms of liver flukes transporting intestinal bacteria. Medycyna Weterynaryjna 27(8): 483-485

The possibility of the regulation of populations of Aleurothrixus floccosus Mask. (Homopt.,Aleurodidae) on Citrus by Cales noacki How.(Hymenopt.,Aphelinidae). Bulletin, Organisation Europeenne et Mediterraneenne pour la Protection des Plantes 3(1): 17-26

The possibility of the seed production of lucerne in the Estonian SSR. The breeding and seed production of crop plants: 90-95

The possibility of transplacental penetration of the rabies virus from infected ewe to its foetus. Bulletin of the Veterinary Institute in Pulawy 16(3/4): 96-98

The possibility of using 'proper' heat for drying and pyrolysis of bark. Lesnoi Zhurnal 16(3): 100-103

The possibility of using CEPA, 2-chloroethylphosphonic acid, to assist in the harvesting of hazel nuts by branch shaking. Rivista dell Ortoflorofrutticoltura Italiana 57(2): 106-111

The possibility of using Elaeis oleifera in oil palm breeding. Bulletin Balai Penelitian Perkebunan Medan 4(3): 117-121

The possibility of using Soerensen's coefficient for estimating unit affinities in vegetation between areas within a territory. Pubblicazioni del Centro di Sperimentazione Agricola e Forestale 12: 221-230

The possibility of using a dye-binding reaction to estimate the protein and lysine content of rye. Nahrung 17(8): 829-836

The possibility of using chemicals for site preparation from ground equipment. Proceedings 25th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 243-247

The possibility of using coloured water traps for studying the flight of some insect species. Zastita Bilja 22(112/113): 77-83

The possibility of using determinations of gluten and non-gluten proteins in the evaluation of baking properties of wheat. Biuletyn Instytutu Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roslin (1/2): 23-26

The possibility of using different developmental stages of E. granulosus for detection of specific antibodies against this parasite. Veterinarski Glasnik 25(3): 159-163

The possibility of using domestic detergents in the protection of some horticultural plants. Biuletyn Instytutu Ochrony Roslin (52): 237-247

The possibility of using fresh sugar beet for feeding dairy cows. Arhiv za Poljoprivredne Nauke 24(85): 77-93

The possibility of using gilts from fattening for production of piglets. Veterinaria, Yugoslavia 21(1/2): 190-194

The possibility of using land with a high water table for cultivating selected medicinal plant species. Nase Liecive Rastliny 11(4): 123-128

The possibility of using nematodes as indicators of mechanical-biological purification. Folia Veterinaria 13(3/4): 123-132

The possibility of using part-record egg production as a basis for selection. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae, Facultas Agronomica, Brno 19(3): 617-626

The possibility of using polyploidy in melon (Cucumis melo L.). Rostlinna Vyroba 18(7): 731-740

The possibility of using presowing hardening of tomatoes to drought for seed production. Fiziol zasukhoustoichivosti rast: 169-178

The possibility of using the French winter bread wheat variety Primepi as a fertility restorer. Genetika i Selektsiya 8(3): 166-174

The possibility of using the falling number in the evaluation of grain quality in rye. Hodowla Roslin, Aklimatyzacja i Nasiennictwo 15(2): 167-175

The possibility of using the method of hydrothermal equilibrium for controlling the moisture content of soil and grain. Sbornik Trudov po Agronomicheskoi Fizike (34): 112-116

The possibility of using the sex attractant for Lobesia botrana. Rastitelna Zashchita 20(11): 23 - 27

The possibility of using tolerant planting material to control basal stem rot (Ganoderma) in the oil palm. Bulletin Balai Penelitian Perkebunan Medan 6(1): 37-42

The possibility of using wide spacing for tree injection for control of three common species. Proceedings 25th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 277-281

The possibility oof a mutant effect by the nitrogenous substances of aged wheat pistils. Nauch tr po s kh biol: 49-51

The possibility that Campylobacter (Vibrio) coli and Treponema hyodysenteriae are both involved in swine dysentery. British Veterinary Journal 131(3): 335-338

The possibility to avoid irregular ovipositions by means of sex-linked dwarfism. Annales de Genetique et de Selection Animale 4(2): 225-228

The possible cause of lethal yellowing disease of coconut. FAO Plant Protection Bulletin 20(3): 58-68

The possible existence of native mycorrhizal fungi of Pinus elliottii in soils of the province of Misiones. Boletin, Asociacion de Plantadores Forestales de Misiones (7): 59-60

The possible importance of pre- and/or early postnatal nutrition for the pathogenesis of diabetes mellitus. Acta Biologica et Me**ica Germanica 31(3): K7-K10

The possible importance of transfer factors in the bacterial degradation of herbicides in natural ecosystems. Residue Reviews 44: 65-71

The possible induction and/or acquisition of cellular hypersensitivity associated with ingestion of colostrum. Journal of Pediatrics 82(6): 1062-1064

The possible influence of liver fluke infestation on milk quality. Veterinary Record 90(3): 71-72

The possible involvement of a spore agglutinating factor(s) in various plants in establishing host specificity by various strains of black rot fungus, Ceratocystis fimbriata. Plant and Cell Physiology 15(4): 733-737

The possible mutagenic effect of extracts from irradiated potatoes depending on time of storage and culinary treatment. Voprosy Pitaniya (1): 78-81

The possible origins and control of bitter pit and lenticel spot. 1. Erwerbsobstbau 14(8): 113-116

The possible presence of a bursa-independent, IgM-producing system in chicks. Immunology 28(2): 293-299

The possible relationship of selenium and superphosphate to the frequency of occurrence of intestinal carcinomas in sheep. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 20(11): 224

The possible resuscitation of older varieties, and some notes on newer varieties. South African Sugar Journal 59(2): 51-53

The possible role of bacteria in relation to the apple replant disease. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Gent 38(3): 1381-1385

The possible role of dung-pusher beetles in the epidemiology of intestinal helminths. Bulletin de la Societe de Pathologie Exotique et de Ses Filiales 64(6): 924-925

The possible role of entomophagous insects in the genetic control of the codling moth, with special reference to Trichogramma. Entomophaga 18(2): 185-191

The possible role of homoserine in the development of Rhizobium leguminosarum in the rhizosphere of pea seedlings. Plant and Soil 42(2): 381-386

The possible role of stray dogs and cats in the epidemiology of some bacterial human pathogens in Egypt. Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin 20B(Heft 6): 409-414

The possible role of the dog in the epidemiology of ovine sarcosporidiosis. British Veterinary Journal 130(1): Ix-Xi

The possible role of the eland (Taurotragus oryx) in the epidemiology of East Coast fever and other bovine theilerioses. Veterinary Record 91(21): 513-517

The possible significance of extrachromosomal inheritance in evolution. Symposia Biologica Hungarica 12: 111-133

The possible sources of infection of yoghurt by coliform organisms. Ellenike Kteniatrike 16(2): 92-98

The possible status of Phaseolus coccineus L. ssp. Darwinianus Hdz. X. et Miranda C. as a distinct species and cultigen of the genus Phaseolus. Euphytica 22(2): 424-426

The possible transmission of ascariasis through the liver of infected animals. Paraziti, parazitozi ta shlyakhi ikh likvidatsii Parazity, parazitozy i puti ikh likvidatsii, No 2: 30-32

The possible use of Bacillus thuringiensis plus chitinase formulation for the control of spruce budworm outbreaks. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 81(4): 196-200

The possible use of European Douglas Fir in the pulp and paper industry. Zellstoff und Papier 20(5): 132-138

The possible use of Phalaborwa rock phosphate on sub-tropical fruit crops. Citrus and Subtropical Fruit Journal (471): 11-13

The possible use of alternating temperatures for the reduction of viruses in plant tissue. Australian Journal of Biological Sciences 25(2): 429-431

The possible use of calculating methods in solving problems of protecting potatoes against Colorado beetle. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Nauchno issledovatel' skogo Instituta Zashchity Rastenii 38: 97-105

The possible use of dried poultry excreta in feeding. Landwirtschaftliche Forschung 28(II Sonderheft): 43-49

The possible use of electrophoresis on polyacrylamide gel for the differentiation of Paramphistomatata (Trematoda). Parazitologiya 6(3): 291-296

The possible use of mitochondrial complementation as an indicator of yield heterosis in breeding hybrid wheat. Euphytica 22(1): 61-69

The possible use of superovulation and embryo transfer in cattle to increase response to selection. Animal Production 21(1): 1-12

The possible use of viruses in the control of spruce budworm. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Ontario 1973; 103: 69-75

The possible uses of silicate bacteria in some soil microbiology problems. Revue d' Ecologie et de Biologie du Sol 9(3): 589-593

The possible utilisation of plant proteases in cheesemaking. Tropical Science 16(3): 149-153

The possiblity of fertilizing wheat and rye with nitrogen in late autumn. Pamietnik Pulawski (52): 145-157

The post-embryonic changes in Melipona quadrifasciata anthidioides Lep. (Hym., Apoidea). V. Development of the nervous system. Papeis Avulsos de Zoologia 26(10): 137-147

The post-embryonic developmental stages of cestodes. Advances in Parasitology 11(0): 707-730

The post-emergence application of Betanal against annual weeds in root and seed crops of sugar-beet. Khimiya v Sel' skom Khozyaistve 11(5): 365-367

The post-emergence selectivity of eight herbicides between pasture grasses: RP-17 623, Hoe 701, BAS 3790, metoxuron, Ru 12 068, cyprazine, MC 4379, metribuzin. Technical Report, Agricultural Research Council Weed Research Organization (28): 21

The post-illumination CO2 burst in plants differing in photosynthetic characteristics. Proceedings of the 12th International Grassland Congress Biological and physiological aspects of the intensification of grassland utilization: 39-49

The post-natal changes in minimal metabolic rate in the pig. Journal of Physiology 224(2): 305-316

The post-natal changes in the circulating free amino acid pool in the newborn infant. 4. The relationship between the changes of the plasma amino acid ratio, alpha -amino-N, free fatty acid and blood glucose concentration after birth. Biology of the Neonate 21(3/4): 229-238

The post-natal development of the reproductive tract of the springbok ram lamb Antidorcas marsupialis Zimmermann. Zoologica Africana 6(2): 301-311

The post-parturient rise in the faecal nematode egg count of ewes: some host-parasite relationships. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 19(5): 100-107

The post-parturient rise: a comparison of the pattern and relative generic composition of strongyle egg output from lactating and non-lactating ewes. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 19(1-2): 19-25

The post-war economic development of Jamaica. The post war economic development of Jamaica: xvi + 302

The postembryonic development of Eyprepocnemis plorans plorans (Charp.) (Insecta, Orthoptera). Bollettino del Laboratorio di Entomologia Agraria ' Filippo Silvestri' Portici1973; 30: 189-209

The posterior pituitary gland. Clinical Endocrinology, UK 4(1): 89-106

The posterior segment lesion of ocular onchocerciasis. Histological aspects. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences 8(8): 1158-1162

The postnatal development of the white-toothed shrew Crocidura russula monacha in captivity. Zeitschrift fur Saugetierkunde 38(5): 257-270

The postparturient reproductive activity of the Arabian mares. Journal of the Egyptian Veterinary Medical Association 33(3/4): 187-196

The postradiation action of some protectors on the effect of seed irradiation by gamma rays and fast neutrons. Genetika i selektsiya Materialy I oi mezhres ikanskoi konferentsii po problemam genetiki i selektsii: 172-173

The postwar evolution of Yugoslav agricultural organization: interaction of ideology, practice, and results. Paritetne cene poljoprivrednoprehrambenih proizvoda i mehanizam njihovog odrzavanja: 106

The pot technique for the control of Verticillium and Mycogone. Mushroom Journal (29): 154-156

The potasium regime of low-moor peat-bog soils of White Russia. Pochvovedenie (9): 79-87

The potassium concentration of the soil solution and its effect on the yield of spring wheat. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde 128(1): 28-41

The potassium content in intensively utilized derno-podzolic soil. Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii (1): 74-83

The potassium content of the vine leaf for the purpose of foliar diagnosis. Arhiv za Poljoprivredne Nauke 27(100): 105-115

The potassium flux-ratio in cell membranes. Pesticide Science 4(4): 610-612

The potassium of the organic matter of soils of the central-chernozem regions. Agrokhimiya (11): 48-53

The potassium requirement of poults. Poultry Science 52(4): 1542-1544

The potassium supplying capacity of several Philippine soils under two moisture regimes. Potash Review (12, Subject 4, 57th suite): 15

The potato Druzhnyi. Kartofel' i Ovoshchi (6): 16-17

The potato Stepanavan. Kartofel' i Ovoshchi (1): 17

The potato as a world food source. Canadian Farm Economics 10(3): 1-3

The potato as raw material for the starch and alcohol industry. Probleme Agricole 26(6): 68-72

The potato cyst and stem eelworms are harmful pests of potato. Kartuli kiduuss ja kartuli ingerjas on ohtlikud kartuli kahjurid: 8

The potato cyst nematode in the Estonian SSR. Materialy vsesoyuznogo simpoziuma po bor' be s kartofel' noi nematodoi, Tartu, 3-5 iyulya 1973: 23-25

The potato industry in South Australia. Extension Bulletin, Department of Agriculture, South Australia (2.73): 8

The potato market of La Paz, Bolivia, and the effects of the agrarian reform. [Publication] Land Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin (76): 25

The potato marketing scheme in Great Britain. Agricultural Administration 1(2): 155-163

The potato rot nematode, Ditylenchus destructor Thorne, as a parasite in potatoes. Potatisrotnematoden, Ditylenchus destructor Thorne, som skadegorare i potatis: 139

The potato variety Tera. Uroda 20(12): 464-465

The potato-breeding program, USA, 1974. The potato breeding program, USA, 1974: 207

The potato-processing industry in the USA and Europe. Biuletyn Instytutu Ziemniaka (9): 103-121

The potatoes Nora and Rea. Uroda 20(4): 149-151

The potatoes of Bolivia. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 50(3): 241-267

The potential as an aerosol vaccine of Ulster 2C strain, Newcastle disease virus. Veterinary Record 95(12): 263-265

The potential contribution of private foreign seed firms to the establishment of national seed industries in developing countries. Zeitschrift fur Auslandische Landwirtschaft 13(2): 156-168

The potential fertility of grapevine buds. Lozarstvo i Vinarstvo 22(8): 9-15

The potential for Florida of hybrids between the purple and yellow passion fruit. Proceedings of the 85th Annual Meeting of the Florida State Horticultural Society: 288-292

The potential for Florida of hybrids between the purple and yellow passionfruit. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1973; 85: 288-292

The potential for a world food crisis. LTC Newsletter (40): 1-4

The potential for air shipment of perishable fruits and vegetables into Canada. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 20(3): 42-49

The potential for enterprise diversification and resource adjustment in the Wimmera region of Victoria. Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics 40(2): 67-78

The potential for evolution of heavy metal tolerance in plants. 2. Copper tolerance in normal populations of different plant species. Heredity 32(3): 335-348

The potential for evolution of heavy metal tolerance in plants. I. Copper and zinc tolerance in Agrostis tenuis. Heredity 32(3): 309-319

The potential for evolution of heavy metal tolerance in plants. III. The rapid evolution of copper tolerance in Agrostis stolonifera. Heredity 34(2): 165-187

The potential for genetic suppression of insect populations by their adaptations to climate. Miscellaneous Publication, Agricultural Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture (1178): 77

The potential for horticulture in tropical Australia. Journal of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science 40(1): 36-42

The potential for increasing cereal and livestock production in Algeria. The potential for increasing cereal and livestock production in Algeria: 54

The potential for land use planning in Texas. The potential for land use planning in Texas:

The potential for manufacturing industrial and contruction grade plywood in Massachusetts. Northern Logger 20(12): 20-21, 37-40

The potential for producing safer cigarette tobacco. Agricultural Science Review 10(3): 1-10

The potential for rural development in the new seventh division of Sarawak. A preliminary background report. Occasional Paper, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (17): 38

The potential for the bulb onion crop in the northern state of Nigeria. Samaru Agricultural Newsletter 13(3): 54-60

The potential for the radical improvement of the veld and the fortification of established pastures in Natal. South African Journal of Science 70(2): 38-40

The potential for wheat. Yojana 18(22): 10-13

The potential fruit-bearing capacity of vine buds. Nauchni Trudove, Vissh Selskostopanski Institut "Vasil Kolarov", 3 22: 31-38

The potential in Natal for the radical improvement of the veld and fortification of established pastures. Proceedings of the Grassland Society of Southern Africa 9: 175-178

The potential northern dispersal of the gypsy moth, Porthetria dispar (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae). Canadian Entomologist 104(9): 1349-1355

The potential of class A pan evaporation data, for scheduling irrigation of sugar cane at Bundaberg. Proceedings of the 40th Conference, Queensland Society of Sugar Cane Technologists: 151-157

The potential of French agriculture for development. Agrarwirtschaft 23: 369-378

The potential of Irish land for livestock production. Soil Survey Bulletin, National Soil Survey of Ireland, An Foras Taluntais (26): 59

The potential of Madhya Pradesh for pulp, paper and newsprint mills. Indian Forester 100(1): 20-27

The potential of Western Hemlock, Western Red Cedar, Grand Fir and Noble Fir in Britain. Forestry Commission Bulletin, UK (49): v + 105

The potential of a hydrolyzed wood residue as a source of nitrogen, roughage and energy in ruminant rations. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 35(8): 3684

The potential of cooling towers in water conservation. Dairy Industries 38(5): 232-235

The potential of direct drilled maize (Zea mays L.) for greenfeed and silage production. Proceedings of the Agronomy Society of New Zealand 1: 67-75

The potential of feral goats in Australia for cashmere production. Journal of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science 39(2): 128-131

The potential of game domestication in Africa, with special reference to Botswana. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 42(2): 119-127

The potential of genetic manipulation in plant cell cultures for plant breeding. Radiation Botany 15(1): 1-16

The potential of insecticides as a means of controlling soldier fly (Inopus rubriceps) (Macquart). Proceedings of the New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference 26: 201-205

The potential of membrane processing in whey utilization programs. Proceedings of the whey utilization symposium, June 27-28, 1974: 76-83

The potential of monoecious hybrid pickling cucumbers. Proceedings of the Association of Southern Agricultural Workers, Inc: 179

The potential of pasture legumes in Kenya. Legumes or nitrogen fertilizers?. National Agricultural Research Station, Kitale: Kenya, National Agricultural Research Station, Kitale: Pasture Research Section, Annual report for 1970, Part 2: 64-68

The potential of pasture legumes in Kenya. Nitrogen fixation by pasture legumes. National Agricultural Research Station, Kitale: Kenya, National Agricultural Research Station, Kitale: Pasture Research Section, Annual report for 1970, Part 2: 55-57

The potential of pasture legumes in Kenya. The choice of pasture species. National Agricultural Research Station, Kitale: Kenya, National Agricultural Research Station, Kitale: Pasture Research Section, Annual report for 1970, Part 2: 49-54

The potential of photosynthetic intensity in some species of tomatoes and beet grown at different soil moisture contents. Fiziologiya i Biokhimiya Kul' turnykh Rastenii 4(6): 641-644

The potential of pronamide on Agropyron repens (L.) Beauv. control; behaviour in plants and soils and site of action. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 33(1): 9-10

The potential of resistant cottons in the suppression of Heliothis populations. Bulletin, Southern Cooperative Series (169): 27-32

The potential of single cell protein for animal feed. Proceedings of the conference on animal feeds of tropical and subtropical origin: 59-64

The potential of tall fescue in the west. Bulletin Technique d' Information (281): 513-518

The potential of timber management to affect regional growth and stability. Journal of Forestry 73(5): 268-269

The potential of vigour testing for long term seed storage. Journal of Horticultural Science 49(4): 395-401

The potential of wood residue as a source of electrical energy. Forest Industries 100(12): 38-40

The potential rate of photosynthesis and carboxylase activity in initial and mutant forms of plants. Dokl Akad Fanhoi RSS Tocikiston 14(4): 74-77

The potential role of glyphosate in Florida's citrus weed control program. Proceedings 27th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 177

The potential role of photosynthetic efficiency in the improvement of forage grasses. Agronomy Abstracts: 51

The potential use of iontophoresis in the treatment of skin disorders. Veterinary Record 94(1): 8-12

The potential usefulness of an aquatic lepidoptera as a control agent for Myriophyllum spicatum. Proceedings 24th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 348

The potential value of Lotus species in the improvement of natural grassland in Scotland. European Grassland Federation: Comparison between natural and artificial grassland Proceedings of the 4th general meeting of the European Grassland Federation, Lausanne 1971: 203-206

The potential value of birdsfoot trefoils (Lotus spp.) for the improvement of natural pastures in Scotland. 1. Common birdsfoot trefoil (L. corniculatus L.). Journal of the British Grassland Society 28(2): 91-96

The potential value of birdsfoot trefoils (Lotus spp.) for the improvement of natural pastures in Scotland. 2. Marsh birdsfoot trefoil (L. uliginosus L.). Journal of the British Grassland Society 30(3): 251-257

The potential value of doubled haploids in quantitative genetics research. HortScience 8(3, II): 270

The potential value of introducing foreign dung beetles. Bulletin of the Georgia Academy of Science 31(2): 69

The potentialities of some cotton forms bred abroad. Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Ordena Lenina Instituta Rastenievodstva Imeni NI Vavilova (46): 42-48

The potentialities of the indigenous breed of Shami cattle and the scope for its improvement in the Syrian Arab Republic. Indian Veterinary Journal 50(4): 331-334

The potentiality of EMMA-4, the analytical electron microscope, in histochemistry: a review. Histochemical Journal 5(2): 173-193

The potentials for soya bean cultivation in Poland. Biuletyn Instytutu Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roslin (5/6): 221-224

The potentiating effect of an interferon inducer (BRL 5907) on oil based inactivated Newcastle disease vaccine. Research in Veterinary Science 17(3): 280-284

The poultry industry and its problems. Deutsche Geflugelwirtschaft 25(20): 611-615

The poultry industry in England and Wales - past, present and future. Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England 134: 37-46

The poultry processing industry: a study of the impact of water pollution costs. Marketing Research Report, Economic Research Service, US Department of Agriculture (965): ii+54

The powder-post beetle, Lyctus brunneus Stephens (Col. Lyctidae), found again in Finland. Annales Entomologici Fennici 37: 97-98

The powdery scab fungus, Spongospora subterranea, in Nepal. Plant Disease Reporter 59(1): 74

The power of the rain at 100-m intervals above sea level. Laporan, Lembaga Lembaga Penelitian Kehutanan (149): 15 + 4 graphs

The power-saw in logging. [FAO Report] (FO: ARG/70/536 Documento de Trabajo 8): 80

The practicability of climber cutting and tree marking prior to logging as a silvicultural tool in the management of Dipterocarp forests in Sabah. Malaysian Forester 36(2): 5-19 [80-94]

The practical application of immunofluorescence (agar block technic) for the identification of Mycoplasma. Cornell Veterinarian 61(3): 519-542

The practical importance of Stethorus punctillum Weise, a predator of peach mites. Informatore Agrario, Verona 27: 4479-4481

The practical possibilities of using Phytoseiulus persimilis A.H. in protecting glasshouse crops from spider mites. Biuletyn Instytutu Ochrony Roslin (47): 337-346

The practical problem of identifying members of the Anopheles gambiae complex in autecological studies. Parassitologia 13(3): 421-427

The practical use of plant growth regulators for grapes. I. The effects of B9 application on Kyoho and Delaware grapevines. Bulletin of the Kanagawa Horticultural Experiment Station (19): 51-58

The practical use of plant growth regulators for grapes. II. Experiments on the application of gibberellin for setting seedless Kyoho grapes. Bulletin of the Kanagawa Horticultural Experiment Station (20): 34-38

The practical use of plant growth regulators for grapes. III. Combined effect of gibberellin and N6-benzylaminopurine on Delaware grape berries. Bulletin of the Kanagawa Horticultural Experiment Station (21): 47-54

The practical use of the sterility method for the control of soft ticks. The sterile insect technique and its field applications Proceedings of a panel on the practical use of the sterile male technique for insect control organized by the Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Atomic Energy in Food and Agriculture and held in Vienna, 13-17 November 1972: 21-25

The practical use of wood identification in crime detection. Dasika Hronika 16(3): 77-82, 84

The practical value of floor and air heating in the disinfection of poultry houses.. Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift 58(Heft 6/7): 253-255

The practice of agri-silviculture in the tropics with special reference to Nigeria. FAO Regional Seminar on Shifting Cultivation and Soil Conservation in Africa July 2-21, 1973: 29

The practice of canine medicine.. Praktikum der Hundeklinik (2nd edition): xv+651

The practice of forestry within Auckland's operating water catchments. Proceedings, New Zealand Ecological Society 19: 46-56

The practice of meat-inspection. I. Cysticerciasis of cattle. Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja 29(5): 293-295

The practice of modern management methods in the Uj idok co-operative farm. Vezetes a Mezogazdasagban, az Elelmiszeriparban, az Erdeszet Faiparban 4(7): 329-336

The prandial state and the glycaemic and lipolytic responses of Gallus domesticus to catecholamines and glucagon. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. A, Comparative Physiology 47(4): 1145-1152

The pre-Columbian distribution of the bottle gourd (Lagenaria siceraria): a re-evaluation. Economic Botany 26(3): 265-273

The pre-em. application of triazines and amides in spring wheat. Stryckers, J; Himme, M van: Review of the results obtained for the cropping year 1970-71 by the Centruum voor Onkruidonderzoek (Mededeling 17): 25

The pre-emergence selectivity between pasture grasses of twelve herbicides: haloxydine, pronamide, NC 8438, Orga 3045, chlortoluron, metoxuron, dicamba, isopropalin, carbetamide, MC 4379, MBR 8251 and EMD-IT 5914. Technical Report, Agricultural Research Council, Weed Research Organization (29): 29

The pre-emergence selectivity of some recently developed herbicides: lenacil, Ru 12 068, metribuzin, cyprazine, EMD-IT 5914 and benthiocarb. Technical Report, Agricultural Research Council Weed Research Organization (25): 57

The pre-sowing treatment of maize seed with alternating temperature and growth stimulant. Uchenie Zapiski Latviiskogo Universiteta (161): 32-41

The precipitation of proteins by carboxymethyl cellulose. Journal of Dairy Research 42(2): 267-275

The precipitation of whey proteins by carboxymethyl cellulose of differing degrees of substitution;. Journal of Dairy Research 41(3): 373-380

The precipitin response induced in calves by a single experimental infection with Fasciola hepatica. Research in Veterinary Science 15(1): 119-120

The precision and repeatability of a leaf biomass sampling technique for mixed hardwood stands. Journal of Applied Ecology 11(3): 1035-1042

The precision of basal area estimates. Forest Science 18(2): 123-125

The precision of systems of lumber classification for determining its suitability for wooden constructions. Prace Instytutu Technologii Drewna 20(1): 59-75

The preclinical development of oxamniquine. Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de Sao Paulo 15(6, Suppl. 1): 1-9, 89-98

The preconditioning effect of day-length and light intensity on adult plant resistance to powdery mildew in oats. Annals of Applied Biology 80(3): 301-309

The predacious Phytoseiid mites (Parasitiformes, Phytoseiidae) of the forest-steppe of the Ukrainian SSR. Communication I. Species of the genus Amblyseius. Vestnik Zoologii (5): 78-81

The predacious Phytoseiid mites (Parasitiformes, Phytoseiidae) of the forest-steppe of the Ukrainian SSR. Communication II. Species of the genera Kampimodromus, Paraseiulus, Typhlodromus, Typhloctonus, Anthoseius, Phytoseius. Vestnik Zoologii (1): 25-29

The predators of dipterous Bombyliidae associated with Thaumetopoea pityocampa as primary or secondary parasites. Comptes Rendus des Seances de l' Academie d' Agriculture de France 58(12): 1006-1012

The predators of the Bombyliid Diptera associated with the pine processionary as primary or secondary parasites. Comptes Rendus des Seances de l' Academie d' Agriculture de France 58(12): 1006-1012

The predictability and regularity of character divergence. American Naturalist 107(955): 426-442

The predictability of various methods for testing egg shell stability. Archiv fur Geflugelkunde 35(1): 46-52

The prediction of bitter pit in Cox's Orange Pippin apples with a view to their storage. Fruitteelt 64(29): 790-792

The prediction of body composition in bacon pigs from measurements of feed intake and live-weight gain. Animal Production 17(3): 295-304

The prediction of changes in soil properties and of the destruction of minerals by water and solutions. Pochvovedenie (4): 130-146

The prediction of combining ability of lines and breeds of pigs. Vyvedenie vysokoproduktivnykh linii i gibridov svinei: 76-89, 210

The prediction of heartwood diameter in Radiata Pine trees. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 4(4): 524-529

The prediction of milk production in Black Pied cattle. Trudy Khar' kovskii Sel' skokhozyaistvennyi Institut (187): 44-46, 264

The prediction of the dynamics of the desalinization of soils in a rice rotation. Pochvovedenie (9): 135-142

The prediction of the elastic constants of particleboard by means of a structural analogy. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 32(9): 4979

The prediction of the extent to which 90Sr in the soil is accumulated by agricultural crops. Pochvovedenie (7): 61-68

The prediction of the fertility of bull semen from laboratory tests. VIIth International Congress on Animal Reproduction and Artificial Insemination, Munich, 1972, Summaries: 252

The prediction of the laws of hybridization in Brno already in 1820. Casopis Moravskeho Musea (59): 245-254

The predominance of Trypanosoma vivax infections of cattle at a distance from savannah tsetse concentration. Tropical Animal Health and Production 7(4): 201-204

The preference for present or future in a multiperiod linear programme. Influence of rate of interest and consumption function on the usage values of financial variables. Bulletin d' Information du Departement d' Economie et de Sociologie Rurales (1): 45-64

The preference of domestic hens for different types of battery cage floor. British Poultry Science 14(6): 615-619

The preferential invasion of young erythrocytes in acute Babesia bigemina infections of splenectomised calves. Zeitschrift fur Parasitenkunde 43(Heft 2): 63-69

The preferred temperature for various ecological honeybee races. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Azerbaidzhanskoi SSR, Biologicheskikh Nauk (1): 75-79

The preimaginal development and the adult longevity of Tribolium confusum Duval (Tenebrionidae) and some effects of its adult aging. Kontyu 40(1): 6-11

The preliminary investigations on the plant parasitic nematodes in potato growing areas of Izmir and Canakkale. Journal of Turkish Phytopathology 2(2): 76-81

The premature death of hops from wilt. Mededeling, Provinciaal Onderzoek en Voorlichtingscentrum voor Land en Tuinbouw (141): 5

The premeiotic determination of meiotic chromosome pairing. Genetics 74(2,II): s65-s66

The prenatal development of the dog: preimplantation events. Biology of Reproduction 5(2): 194-206

The preparation and application of water-soluble amino-alkyd coating resins. Quarterly Journal of Chinese Forestry 6(Spec. Issue Ann. Mtg. 1973): 31-36

The preparation and assessment of a suitable Mucor pusillus Lindt proteinase-swine pepsin mixture for Cheddar cheese-making. Journal of Dairy Research 42(2): 297-312