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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 265

Chapter 265 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Wet-feather associated with Holomenopon leucoxanthum in a duck. Veterinary Record 97(05): 96-97

Wettability of dried whole milk and its content of free fat. Nahrung 18(8): 753-758

Wettability of humic acid and its salts. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde 135(1): 16-31

Wettability of leaves of a selection of New Zealand plants. New Zealand Journal of Botany 12(3): 283-298

Wettability of wood. VII. Heat of wetting of wood in water. (2). Hyoto Furitsu Daigaku Gakujitsu Hokoku, Nogaku (23): 100-104

Wetting front instability in layered soils. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings 36(5): 697-702

Whale beachings suicide? No, says Smithsonian team. National Fisherman 55(3): 12A, 23A

What EEC entry means to the trade. British meat and the Common Market Proceedings of an MLC Conference Harrogate, November 1972: 56-66

What about Dutch Elm disease? Part II. Arboretum Leaves 15(4): 20-21

What about the reported accuracy of cell counting methods?. Journal of Milk and Food Technology 35(9): 503-505

What are gene banks and why are they necessary?. Zaadbelangen 28(6): 142-143

What are hybrids ?. Cacau Atualidades 9(1): 6-10

What are the consequences of an enlarged EEC for agricultural and horticultural production?. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 3(9): 751-753

What are the effects of the agricultural agreements? Agricultural prices 1974/75. Agra Europe, Presse und Informationdienst 15(41): 3-6

What are the problems in the development of field experiments?. Acta Agronomica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 23: 495-500

What can be done about controlling larkspur on Western rangelands?. Down to Earth 26(2): 31-32

What can be expected from artificial insemination performed without heat detection after blockage of the cycle in gilts? Use of methallibure. Journees de la recherche porcine en France 1973 Resumes francais et anglais des communications: 7

What can be learned from recent difficulties in agricultural markets?. OECD Observer (68): 6-12

What can one expect from virus-free apples and pears ?. Fruitteelt 63(9): 200-203

What can we do about groundkeepers?. Arable Farmer 7(13): 19, 21

What changing technology implies for agrarian reform. Land Economics 50(1): 35-50

What coefficient is the best indicator of the amount of soil heterogeneity (II). Memoirs of the College of Agriculture, National Taiwan University 12(2): 1-23

What determines the necessity of prolonged residual effect of acaricides for control of Ixodes persulcatus ?. Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni 40(4): 465-470

What developments are likely in cattle breeding?. Mitteilungen, Schweizerischer Fleckviehzuchtverband (2): 33-45

What developments may be expected in cattle breeding?. Grune 103(5): 7-15

What did the farmers earn? Comment on the study by the West German Institute for Economic Research (DIW). Agra Europe, Presse und Informationsdienst 15(36, Dok): 14

What do the hydrocarbons from trees contribute to air pollution?. Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association 22(7): 537-543

What do we mean by stocking?. Proceedings of the 1973 Annual Meeting of the Western Reforestation Coordinating Committee: 105-109

What do we not know about wheat evolution?. Acta Agronomica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 20(1/2): 204-207

What do workers mean by 'control' of Cyperus spp.?. Proceedings of the 5th East African Weed Control Conference, Nairobi, 1974: 5

What does ewe fertility depend on?. Ovtsevodstvo (5): 19-21

What does good plant material mean?. Fruitteelt 65(5): 90-92

What does individual housing mean to a mouse?. Life Sciences 16(2): 187-200

What does it cost to plant apples?. Fruitteelt 64(44): 1097-1098

What does it cost to transport fruit from the farm to market?. Fruitteelt 62(6): 172-175

What does the farmer expect from the co-operative system?. Grune Reihe, Bauernverband Wurttemberg Baden (6): 3-10

What eyes reveal. The light of the body is the eye. Canadian Journal of Public Health 64(3): 238-245

What farm management includes. Landarbeit 24(3): 17-21

What grass is that ? A guide to identification of some introduced grasses in New Zealand by vegetative characters. Information Series, New Zealand Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (87): 136

What happens to herbicides in the environment. Weeds Today 4(1): 16-17, 22

What happens to soil fumigants after nematode control?. California Agriculture 25(9): 10-12

What hinders the eradication of Psoroptes in sheep?. Veterinariya, Moscow, USSR (10): 83-84

What hope for Commonwealth sugar?. Britain and Overseas 2(5): 8-10

What if we calculate the allowable cut in cubic feet?. Journal of Forestry 72(2): 87-89

What influence does the soil have on hop wilt incidence ?. Hopfen Rundschau 23(3): 43-45

What influence have nitrogen and potassium on flower yield and quality of the rose cv. Carol?. Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 27(15): 8-9

What investigations should be carried out in order to find intensive varieties of winter wheat that are reliable in yield. Postepy Nauk Rolniczych (4): 5-14

What is phenogenetic variation?. Zh obshch biol 35(5): 710-716

What is Aulacorthum prasinum Borner 1950?. Archiv fur Pflanzenschutz 6(6): 487-497

What is Begonia 'Fireflush'?. Begonian 39(10): 230-231

What is Begonia 'Fireflush'? (2). Begonian 42(2): 41, 49

What is Chandor?. Defense des Vegetaux 27(161): 153-159

What is Eucalyptus Unialata Baker et Smith ?. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 56(8): 1170-1176

What is Festuca caesia Sm. (Poaceae)?. Lejeunia (70): 12

What is Pinus funebris Kom.?. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 60(5): 699-701

What is Tricynol?. Defense des Vegetaux 28(170): 354-360

What is acephate (Orthene)?. Defense des Vegetaux 28(168): 231-248

What is agricultural growth?. Factors of agricultural growth in West Africa: 7-13

What is and what should be the composition of breakfast for children and adults?. Therapeutique 49(2): 146-148

What is benfluralin?. Defense des Vegetaux 28(169): 307-314

What is bentazon (Basagran)?. Defense des Vegetaux (160): 78-83

What is development?. Journal of Economic Issues 8(4): 729-736

What is dodemorph acetate?. Defense des Vegetaux 27(161): 144-152

What is formetanate?. Defense des Vegetaux 28(165): 43-49

What is happening to our grass swards?. Stikstof 7(73): 552-556

What Is "Heterosis"?. Genetics 33(5): 439-446

What is hybrid ryegrass?. Mitteilungen der DLG 88(10): 275-276

What is it worth? an economic evaluation of fertilizer trials in jackpine at Dryden, Ontario. Great Lakes Forest Research Centre, Forestry Technical Report (5): 39-45

What is metribuzin (BAY 94 337)?. Defense des Vegetaux (159): 24-34

What is new in apple varieties. Western Fruit Grower 27(10): 8-9

What is new in breeding triticale and wheat. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo 37(4): 19-25

What is oxycarboxin?. Defense des Vegetaux 28(165): 30-42

What is prynachlor?. Defense des Vegetaux 26(158): 276-281, 284-288

What is the cost of a sawlog?. Holz Zentralblatt 98(151): 2223-2224

What is the cost of afforestation with Eucalypts in the coastal area of Rio Grande do Norte?. Brasil Florestal 1(4): 46-50

What is the earliest planting date for Ogen melons?. Groenten en Fruit 30(27): 1201

What is the effect of the day-length difference on the development rate?. Acta Agronomica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 23: 488

What is the function of rural sociologists?. Economie Rurale 103(5): 1-74

What is the future of the tanyas?. Mi lesz a tanyakkal?: 149

What is the human calorie requirement?. Ernahrungsforschung Wissenschaft und Praxis 19(2): 36-39

What is the native home of the pigeon pea?. Indian Forester 98(8): 477-478

What is the opportunity cost of moving? Reconsideration of the effects of distance on migration. Economic Development and Cultural Change 22(2): 198-214

What is the optimum amount of compost per m2?. Champignoncultuur 16(4): 171, 173, 175, 177

What is the position as regards control of Armillaria mellea?. Foret Privee Francaise (98): 95-96

What is the position regarding virus infection of Dutch pelargoniums?. Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 28(49): 9

What is the present situation with regard to work on the Aromata strain ?. Champignon (159): 15-17, 20-21

What is the protein gap?. Philippine Journal of Nutrition 25(1): 1-15

What is the relationship between radiation and watering?. Groenten en Fruit 28(3): 103

What is the right spacing?. British Sugar Beet Review 42(1): 29,32

What is the safest thing to do with a barley grass crop? Turn it into silage. New Zealand Journal of Agriculture 128(2): 11

What is the share of crop production on the one hand, and of breeding, on the other, in the yield increase?. Acta Agronomica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 23: 508-510

What is the situation with the nematodes in your fields?. Weibulls Arsbok: 20-22

What is the village? The relevance of village studies in West African social research. Ghana Social Science Journal 2(1): 19-26

What is three-P sampling and how can it be used?. 12th Auburn Forestry Forum, Auburn University, June 20, 1973: ; 10

What is to be done with the minifundio?. Anales de la Sociedad Rural Argentina 108(11/12): 12-17

What is to be expected from a farm help service?. Ubersicht 26(3): 228-231

What is wrong with Golden Delicious?. Informatore Agrario 29(37): 13579-13580

What it is necessary to know for the establishment of cultivated grassland. 3. Ferma si Intreprinderea Agricola de Stat 25(1): 23-25

What kind of CAP for Europe?. What kind of CAP for Europe?: 16

What kind of forestry?. Monti e Boschi 23(2): 3-5

What kind of sowing is best?. Kukuruza (5): 18

What makes a good honey plant?. Bee World 56(1): 32-34

What mediates the renal vascular response to a salt load in normal man?. Journal of Applied Physiology 33(4): 491-495

What might herbicide bans do to Nebraska cash grain farms?. University Nebraska Quarterly (Spring): 7-10

What motivates U.S. farmers in use of fertilizer. Phosphates in Agriculture (61): 19-29

What now, brown cow?. Cereal Science Today 17(5): 135-137

What one should know about ticks. Gazeta Agricola de Angola 17: 929, 931-932

What price abortion. What price abortion: 105

What price recreation?. Australian Forestry 36(2): 80-90

What rate of nitrogen applied in spring may be safe for pastures?. Nowe Rolnictwo 22(10): 14-16

What scope for the marionberry?. Span 17(1): 2

What should a sugar-beet variety be like?. Sakharnaya Svekla (11): 37-39

What should a veterinarian do?. What should a veterinarian do?: 270

What should be our animal breeding policy, which type of cattle should we use to produce milk or rather, should we produce milk at all?. Bulletin des Recherches Agronomiques de Gembloux 5(1/2): 4-64

What should be the level of ceilings on agricultural holdings in Andhra Pradesh? - a note. Community Development and Panchayat Raj Digest 4(1): 37-43

What should we sow on our greens?. Parks and Sports Grounds 40(6): 456, 458, 462, 467-468

What sort of agriculture for France?. Quelle agriculture pour la France?: 209

What tensiometers are all about. Deciduous Fruit Grower 25(3): 64-65

What tests usefully predict keeping quality of perishable foods?. Journal of Milk and Food Technology 35(10): 574-576

What the practicing veterinarian should know about guinea pigs. Veterinary Medicine, Small Animal Clinician 68(6): 678 Passim-678 Passim

What to choose: over-arbor or under-arbor. Canadian Forest Industries 94(7): 42-43, 45

What two southern US logging contractors have to say about Prentice loaders. Pulp and Paper Magazine of Canada 74(3): 50-51

What types of fat are currently being eaten in Sweden?. Livsmedelsteknik 13(8): 360-365

What types sugar arrangements for the future?. Farmer 79(10/11): 335-391

What use is sex ?. Journal of Theoretical Biology 30(2): 319-335

What was the lesson from the paprika variety trial this season?. Groenten en Fruit 28(13): 596-597

What we eat today. What we eat today: 168

What we found: growth-response evaluation of fertilizer trials in Jackpine - Dryden field trials. Great Lakes Forest Research Centre, Forestry Technical Report (5): 33-38

What we need in international farm policy. Grain storage: part of a system: 389-397

What we now know about weaning sows. Pig Farming 21(1): 24-25

What were the consequences for British agricultural policy of entry into EEC?. IFO Schnelldienst (3): 13-21

What will be the result of self-help in the poultry industry?. Agra Europe, Presse und Informationsdienst Landerberichte 14(20): 16-22

What you need to know for the establishment of cultivated pastures. 2. Ferma si Intreprinderea Agricola de Stat 24(12): 22-23

What you should know about systemic fungicides. Farm Chemicals 137(10): 29, 32-33, 36, 38

What's ahead in swine production (next five years). What' s ahead in swine production next five years: 7

What's going to happen to lamb prices?. Farm Business Outlook (1): 16-19

What's new for the veterinarian?. Was gibt es Neues fur den Tierarzt?: 816

What's new in automated ice cream production?. American Dairy Review 35(5): 38B, 38D, 38F

What's new in chemical thinning. [Proceedings] Washington State Weed Conference, Yakima, 1970: ; 21-22

What's new in direct drilling. Dairyfarming Annual: 34-39

What's new in silviculture - eastern silviculturists appraise the changing scene. Journal of Forestry 70(7): 411-413

Wheat. Journal of Experimental Botany 60(6): 1537-1553

Wheat. Journal of Experimental Botany 60(6): 1537-1553

Wheat. Grasslands Research Station, Rhodesia: Rhodesia, Grasslands Research Station: Annual report 1971/72: 19-23

Wheat wind stripping protects cotton in Arkansas. Cotton Gin and Oil Mill Press (7 Dec.): 13

Wheat - a promising crop for Chittoor District. Indian Farming 22(1): 30

Wheat - variety IAS 63. Boletim Tecnico, Instituto de Pesquisas Agropecuarias do Sul (94): 5-10

Wheat - variety IAS 64. Boletim Tecnico, Instituto de Pesquisas Agropecuarias do Sul (94): 11-15

Wheat Trial. Annual Report 1971: 50

Wheat agronomy. Centro Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maiz y Trigo: Annual Report 1970-1971: 35-36

Wheat agronomy - North America. Bread Social, nutritional and agricultural aspects of wheaten bread: 275-283

Wheat agronomy - the Netherlands. Bread Social, nutritional and agricultural aspects of wheaten bread: 285-291

Wheat agronomy in Australia. Bread Social, nutritional and agricultural aspects of wheaten bread: 293-302

Wheat agronomy in France. Bread Social, nutritional and agricultural aspects of wheaten bread: 317-329

Wheat agronomy in India. Bread Social, nutritional and agricultural aspects of wheaten bread: 303-316

Wheat and barley from two Himalayan regions. Euphytica 24(2): 431-434

Wheat and barley varieties. Queensland Agricultural Journal 100(3): 126-128

Wheat and barley varieties, 1975. Queensland Agricultural Journal 101(1): 118-120

Wheat and coconut flour protein utilization by six young college women. Philippine Journal of Nutrition 27(1): 42-47

Wheat and maize respond to balanced fertilization. Indian Farming 23(3): 33, 35

Wheat and rice: an investigation of Taiwan's export and import problems. Industry of Free China 42(5): 24-30

Wheat and soya: penury on command?. Recherche (56): 408-417

Wheat aphids: basic concepts for integrated control. Investigacion y Progreso Agricola 6(3): 10-15

Wheat as a survival ration for sheep. 1. The digestion of wheat and formaldehyde treated wheat. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture and Animal Husbandry 13(63): 341-346

Wheat as a survival ration for sheep. 2. The effect of frequency of feeding and formaldehyde treatment on wool production and liveweight change. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture and Animal Husbandry 13(63): 347-350

Wheat blight incited by Helminthosporium spiciferum and its control. Abstracts of papers presented at the second international symposium on plant pathology, 27 January 3 February 1971: 76-77

Wheat bran-groundnut cake (WB-GN) mash vis-a-vis proprietory and conventional mashes for growing chicks. JNKVV Research Journal 7(4): 261-264

Wheat breeding. Journal of Agriculture, Western Australia 15(2): 39-43

Wheat breeding for disease resistance by interspecific and intergeneric hybridization. JARQ 6(2): 81-85

Wheat breeding for yield and quality at Martonvasar. Proceedings of the fourth international wheat genetics symposium Breeding: 483-488

Wheat breeding in Australia and the importance of the Australian collection for the USSR. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 50(3): 199-215

Wheat breeding in India. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo 37(3): 68-69

Wheat breeding in Iran - a contribution to the problem of HY varieties. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenzuchtung 68(3): 181-212

Wheat breeding in Iran. A contribution to the problem of breeding in high yielding varieties. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter (30): 3-12

Wheat breeding in Turkey and its problems. Turkiye' de bugday yetustiriciligi ve problemleri, sympozyum, TBTAK, TOAG, 28-30 Nisan, 1969, Ankara: 45-54

Wheat breeding still has great future possibilities. Boerderij 58(14): 12-15

Wheat bulb fly. Advisory Leaflet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (177): 5

Wheat cultivar responses to severe glume blotch in Georgia. Plant Disease Reporter 58(1): 21-23

Wheat cultivar trials (1971/72). Preliminary Report, Volcani Institute of Agricultural Research (742): 62

Wheat cultivars IAS 63 and IAS 64. Boletim Tecnico, Instituto de Pesquisas Agropecuarias do Sul (94): 15

Wheat cultivars, environment and bread-baking quality. Cereal Science Today 17(10): 323-326

Wheat cultivation at low sowing rates. Schweizerische Landwirtschaftliche Forschung 13(1/2): 257-268

Wheat curl midge on garlic. New Zealand Journal of Agriculture 121(4): 61-62

Wheat cv. Mexi-Pak in Spain. Agricultura, Spain 42(500): 799

Wheat disease hinders erosion control practice. Crops and Soils Magazine 26(8): 24

Wheat diseases situation in Pakistan during 1970 and 1971. Information Bulletin on the Near East Cereal Improvement and Production Project 9(2/3): 9-11

Wheat diseases situation in Pakistan during the crop year, 1972-73. Pakistan Journal of Botany 6(1): 89-91

Wheat diseases. Septoria diseases of wheat. Department of Agriculture, Western Australia: Australia, Western Australia, Department of Agriculture: Annual Report for the year ended June 30, 1972: 36

Wheat fertilizing. VI. Methods of nitrogen application to lowland soils. Bragantia 33: 123-128

Wheat flour and bread consumption in West Africa: a review with special reference to Ghana. Tropical Science 14(3): 235-244

Wheat flow consumption in Taiwan. Journal of Agricultural Economics (15): 99-132

Wheat forms resistant to rust. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (2): 36

Wheat genetics examined by scientists of the whole world meeting at Columbia, Missouri, USA. Italia Agricola 110(9): 985-992

Wheat grain and wheat stubble for intensive fattening of yearling steers. Proceedings of the Australian Society of Animal Production 9: 276-280

Wheat growth related to rhizosphere temperature and oxygen levels. Agronomy Journal 67(5): 591-596

Wheat improvement in Bihar. Indian Farming 22(3): 15-17

Wheat improvement in the Peshawar region (up to 1960). Agriculture Pakistan 1973; 23(2/3): 89-96

Wheat in Argentina and Uruguay. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki (8): 129-134

Wheat in Ethiopia. Preliminary report of a collecting mission. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter (30): 33-36

Wheat in Jordan: demand and supply estimations and projections. Jordan Economic Studies (July): viii+66

Wheat in Kazakhstan. Nauch tr Kazakhsk s kh in t 14(4): 3-26

Wheat in Rumania. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 64(2): 241-257

Wheat in diets for growing-finishing swine. Journal of Animal Science 35(4): 778-781

Wheat in rotation with legumes. Mexico, CIMMYT: Proceedings, Wheat, Triticale and Barley Seminar, CIMMYT, El Batan, Mexico, January 22-26, 1973: ; 179-183

Wheat in the Washington economy: an input-output study. Bulletin, Washington Agricultural Experiment Station (775): 19

Wheat leaf and stem rust development near a wind barrier. Plant Disease Reporter 58(5): 459-463

Wheat leaf necrosis incited by Pseudomonas syringae. ibid 62: 1110

Wheat leaf rust in North Dakota in 1972. North Dakota Farm Research 30(5): 3-5

Wheat leaf rust in North Dakota in 1973 and 1974. Plant Disease Reporter 59(4): 323-326

Wheat lines resistant to virus diseases for breeding. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (3): 33-34

Wheat losses due to common root rot in the Prairie provinces of Canada, 1969-71. Canadian Plant Disease Survey 53(3): 113-122

Wheat middlings for finishing pigs. Boletim de Industria Animal1971; 27/28: 109-115

Wheat mildew resistance induced by primary inoculation with barley mildew on wheat seedlings. Novenytermeles 22(3): 219-221

Wheat millfeeds in livestock rations: an economic analysis. Agricultural Economic Report, Economic Research Service, US Department of Agriculture (219): 38

Wheat monoculture under irrigation. Rasteniev"dni Nauki 10(10): 95-107

Wheat mutation experiments at Martonvasar. Agrartudomanyi Kozlemenyek 30(1/2): 158-168

Wheat parents for hybridization with rye. lucrarile Gradinii Botanice din Bucuresti: 1971 1972; 79-86

Wheat physiology. Centro Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maiz y Trigo: Annual Report 1970-1971: 33-35

Wheat price movements: an analysis. Economic and Political Weekly 8(26): A-42-A-52

Wheat procurement in India in 1974 and related matters. World Development 3(2/3): 91-111

Wheat production and its economics in Turkey. Ege Universitesi Ziraat Fakultesi Dergisi, Seri A 6(1): 3-30

Wheat production in South Otago. New Zealand Journal of Agriculture 128(2): 21-23

Wheat production in Vakinakaratra and possibilities for its expansion in other districts. Revue de la Ministere de l' Agriculture, Expansion rurale et Ravitaillement 5(11): 109-121

Wheat production, USA. Cycles 24(10): 251-257

Wheat production: progress and problems. Eastern Economist 65(2): 61-63

Wheat protein improvement. Rice breeding: 407-418

Wheat quality. Grune 100(19): 696-702

Wheat quality evaluation. 1. Accuracy and precision of prediction tests. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 55(1): 241-249

Wheat quality evaluation. 2. Relationships among prediction tests. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 55(1): 251-262

Wheat quality evaluation. 3. Influence of genotype and environment. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 55(1): 263-269

Wheat quality in W.A. Journal of Agriculture, Western Australia 14(1): 156-160

Wheat quality in various trials on cultural practices. A buza minosege a kulonbozo agrotechnikai kiserletekben: 199

Wheat quality studies. North Dakota Farm Research 30(2): 16-17

Wheat research and production in Ethiopia. East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal 39: 18

Wheat research in Alaska. Agroborealis 5(1): 23, 25

Wheat response to different soil water-aeration conditions. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings 36(3): 458-489

Wheat response to irrigation in Kashkadarya Province. Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Ordena Lenina Instituta Rastenievodstva imeni NIVavilova (33): 16-23

Wheat response to short-term heat stress and to soil oxygen stress at three stages of growth. Agronomy Journal 64(4): 450-452

Wheat response to soil moisture and the optimal irrigation policy under conditions of unstable rainfall. Water Resources Research 9(5): 1145-1154

Wheat seed infection by Septoria tritici. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 64(2): 331-334

Wheat stem rust races in the Yaqui Valley of Mexico during 1972. Plant Disease Reporter 56(12): 1038-1039

Wheat straw and urea in pelleted rations for growing-fattening sheep. Journal of Animal Science 37(1): 136-140

Wheat streak mosaic virus in Turkey. Phytopathologia Mediterranea 10(3): 280-282

Wheat symposium. Simposio del trigo: 542

Wheat throughout the world. Bulletin des Anciens Eleves de l' Ecole de Meunerie ENSMIC (256): 179-194

Wheat tolerance to TCA for green foxtail control. Weed Science 21(3): 238-241

Wheat trade rises to record high on strength of export demand. Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Business Review (April): 1-7

Wheat trials back nitrogen index. Arable Farming 2(5): 31, 38

Wheat varieties 'Zlatna Dolina' and 'Sanja'. Savremena Poljoprivreda 22(5/6): 5-22

Wheat varieties differing in earliness in the southern forest steppe of Omsk province. Nauch tr Sib NII s kh 4(19): 23-26

Wheat varieties of Krasznodar in Hungary. Novenytermeles 22(4): 373-379

Wheat varieties of future. Agriculture Pakistan 24(1): 1-6

Wheat varieties with high protein content and their technological qualities. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki (4): 119

Wheat variety-fertility interaction study. Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma (P701): 21

Wheat without cultivation. Journal of Agriculture, Victoria 71(3): 74-75

Wheat yield as affected by sowing rate, irrigation, and time of white clover introduction. New Zealand Journal of Experimental Agriculture 1(4): 369-376

Wheat yield models with limited soil water. Transactions of the ASAE 18(3): 549-553, 557

Wheat yield responses to applied fertilizer in mid and north Canterbury. New Zealand Wheat Review1973; (12): 48-49

Wheat yields - sowing time important on northwest slopes. Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales 85(2): 14-15

Wheat yields for 50 years at Swift Current, Saskatchewan in relation to weather. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 54(4): 625-650

Wheat, barley and oat varieties completing primary trials in 1971. Journal of the National Institute of Agricultural Botany 12(2): 358-384

Wheat, barley and oat varieties completing primary trials in 1972. Journal of the National Institute of Agricultural Botany 8(1): 95-122

Wheat, barley and oat varieties completing primary trials in 1973. Journal of the National Institute of Agricultural Botany 13(2): 252-279

Wheat, barley and oats varieties for 1973. Queensland Agricultural Journal 99(2): 87-94

Wheat, oats, or rye with ryegrass and Yuchi arrowleaf clover as grazing for stocker calves. Circular, Agricultural Experiment Station, Auburn University (197): 13

Wheat-Aegilops hybrids. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya 8(3): 457-459

Wheat-Agropyron chromosome substitution lines as sources of resistance to wheat streak mosaic virus and its vector, Aceria tulipae. Proceedings of the fourth international wheat genetics symposium Alien genetic material: 173-177

Wheat-regional supply analysis. [Publication] Economic Research Service, US Department of Agriculture (WS-225): 9

Wheat-rye allopolyploids (Triticale) in connexion with the problems of winter hardiness, immunity and grain quality and yield. Genetika 8(12): 61-74

Wheat-rye hybrids. Otdalen gibridiz i mutagenez pshenitsy: 3-20

Wheat-rye hybrids in Armenia and the new amphidiploid Triticale 1 AD 68. Sb nauch tr Arm s kh in t (17): 171-181

Wheat-rye hybrids. I. Simple hybrids. Probleme de Genetica Teoretica si Aplicata 2(6): 423-467

Wheat. 2nd edition revised and enlarged. Pshenitsa Izdanie 2 e, perepaboniannole i dopolmitel' noe: 209

Wheat. Situation and outlook. Wheat Situation and outlook: 35

Wheat: its growth and disease severity as deduced from ERTS-1. Remote Sensing of Environment 3(4): 255-260

Wheat: production and utilization. Wheat: production and utilization: 500

Wheat: production, prices and productivity. Pesquisa e Planejamento Economico 3(2): 341-368

Wheaten plumage in ring-necked pheasants. Journal of Heredity 65(2): 104-108

Wheatgerm hexokinase: physical and active-site properties. European Journal of Biochemistry 45(1): 147-160

Wheatgrass response to seasonal applications of two nitrogen sources. Journal of Range Management 26(2): 137-139

Wheats of the Kirghiz SSR. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 50(1): 61-84

Wheats of the Mediterranean Basin. Survey of crop genetic resources in their centres of diversity First report: 1-8

Wheel damage in barley resulting from tractor traffic during the growing period. Meddelelse, Statens Forsoegsvirksomhed i Plantekultur (1035): 3

Wheel track losses in small grains. North Dakota Farm Research 29(6): 31-32

Wheeled skidder fire-fighting attachment. Planning and Research Report, Protection Division, British Columbia Forest Service (71): 1 p.

Wheeler rye - for forage and green manure. Research Report, Michigan State University Agricultural Experiment Station (172): 3

When carbaryl on Golden Delicious. Fruitteelt 63(19): 538,539,541

When and how are nut trees to be pruned?. Besseres Obst 17(8): 127-129

When and where do rabi pulses pay more. Indian Farming 21(11): 28-29

When and where does soil fertility limit yields?. Proceedings of the Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the Soil Science Society of North Carolina, North Carolina State University Faculty Club, Raleigh, North Carolina, February 3-4, 1972: 54-75

When and where metropolitan New York City teenagers drink milk. Hoard' s Dairyman 120(3): 204

When bees are smoked. American Bee Journal 111(5): 180-182

When did tea usage begin?. Tea Quarterly 44(1): 4-8

When do Larch seeds fall?. Sozialistische Forstwirtschaft 23(11): 344-345

When fallow land becomes a landscape problem. Maintaining and improving the landscape - a modern problem for agriculture. 18th conference on cultivation of the land, Wurzburg 25-26 September 1973. Arbeit der DLG (141): 104

When fertilizer supply runs short match spring wheat variety to available nitrogen. South Dakota Farm and Home Research 25(1): 23-26

When fertilizer supply runs short soybean crop will meet its own nitrogen needs. South Dakota Farm and Home Research 25(1): 20-22

When is investment in new cowsheds economically justified?. Milch praxis 10(2): 10, 12

When to cut the lucerne. Zemledelie (6): 52

When to harvest the catch crops. Zemledelie (4): 31-32

When to trim with the power saw?. Nederlands Bosbouw Tijdschrift 44(9/10): 227-229

Where are all the jobs? The informal sector in Bugisu, Uganda. African Review 3(1): 111-132

Where are the flowers borne on chamomile ?. Nase Liecive Rastliny 10(2): 44-46

Where blowflies are useful. New Zealand Journal of Agriculture 121(2): 53-55

Where does Nematodirus battus Crofton & Thomas, 1951 come from. Veterinary Record 92(26): 697-698

Where is Nigeria's agriculture heading?. African Development 9: N.21...N.29

Where we stand on pear psylla control. Proceedings of the New York State Horticultural Society 119: 133-142

Whether the superiority of pollen in diet of honey bees is attributable to its high content of free proline. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 65(1): 270-271

Whetzelinia Korf & Dumont, a superfluous name. Kew Bulletin 29(1): 89-91

Whetzelinia stem rot of soybean in Minnesota. Plant Disease Reporter 58(8): 693-695

Whey - a problem or opportunity? Dairy industry seeks answer. Foreign Agriculture 10(46): 9-11

Whey - an important potential protein source. Dairy Industries 39(12): 466-472

Whey and whey products. New Zealand, New Zealand Dairy Research Institute: Forty fifth annual report for year ended 31 July 1973: 100-106

Whey and whey products as cereal supplements. Journal of Dairy Science 55(8): 1081-1084

Whey as a raw material for the production of bakery products. Przeglad Piekarski i Cukierniczy 21(7): 155-157

Whey as an extender for freezing buffalo semen. XIX International Dairy Congress 1E: 61-62

Whey beverages: a review. Journal of Dairy Science 57(8): 849-859

Whey cheese - determination of dry matter content. (Reference method). International Standard (ISO 2920-1974): 2

Whey cheese - determination of fat content (reference method). International Standard (ISO 1854-1972 (E)): 3

Whey components in restricted-roughage rations, milk composition, and rumen volatile fatty acids. Journal of Dairy Science 56(7): 909-914

Whey concentrate for non-alcoholic beverages. XIX International Dairy Congress 1E: 821

Whey cuts feed costs. Pig Farming 22(10): 20-21, 23

Whey fraction converted into animal feed - without drying. Food Engineering 46(2): 77-78

Whey from ewes' and cows' milk. A protein source of high biological value. Anales de Bromatologia 24(3): 269-281

Whey microflora and its development during storage. Molochnaya Promyshlennost' (4): 20-23

Whey powder. Food Processing Industry 42(505): 49, 51

Whey processing - some economic aspects. Proceedings of the whey utilization symposium, June 27-28, 1974: 8-22

Whey processing and utilization. Economic and technical aspects. Food Technology Review, Noyes Data Corporation (19): x+211

Whey processing by sanitary CIP membrane separation equipment. American Dairy Review 35(4): 45-50

Whey products - established and new. Food Progress (5): 3

Whey protein. Activities Report 26(2): 102-117

Whey protein fractionation with polyethylene glycol. Journal of Dairy Science 57(7): 793-796

Whey protein fractions in milk from different parts of the udder. Fiziologiya i Biokhimiya Si' s' kogospodars' kikh Tvarin (12): 75-80

Whey protein isolate preparation and functional properties evaluation. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 33(7): 3128

Whey protein polymorphism in Kholmogor cows. Trudy Moskovskoi Veterinarnoi Akademii 59: 97-98

Whey proteins in secretion from mammary glands of young heifers. Journal of Dairy Science 58(5): 775

Whey proteins secreted by the mammary glands of bitches after parturition and in false pregnancy. Medycyna Weterynaryjna 30(1): 40-43

Whey proteins: effect of aggregation and of deamination of buffalo beta -lactoglobulin A on optical rotatory dispersion. Latte 46(8): 545-548

Whey recovery: new way to profits. Food Engineering 46(5): 96-98

Whey situation in Canada, 1972. Proceedings of the whey utilization symposium, June 27-28, 1974: 2-7

Whey solids as agricultural foam stabilizers. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 21(2): 257-263

Whey too nutritious to be wasted. Dairy Herd Management 11(9): 24, 26, 28

Whey treatment. Nordeuropaeisk Mejeri Tidsskrift 40(5): 159-167

Whey treatment by ion-exchange resins. Process Biochemistry 9(2): 16-17

Whey usage in dairy products. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 156(2): 30-32

Whey utilization by bacteria. Canadian Institute of Food Science and Technology Journal 6(4): 291-293

Whey utilization by fermentation. Industria Lechera (640): 9-12, 27-28

Whey utilization in fruit-flavored drinks. Cultured Dairy Products Journal 7(1): 11

Whey utilization in the dairy industry. Wykorzystanie serwatki w przemysle mleczarskim: 116

Wheys from ewe's and cow's milk. Sources of protein of high biological value. Anales de Bromatologia 24(3): 269-281

Which Alaskan plants are poisonous to livestock ?. Agroborealis 4(1): 15-18

Which Cox clone is best?. Grower 81(24): 1166-1167

Which do you think tastes the best?. Fruitteeltblad 18(2): 53-54

Which capsicum cultivar for autumn cropping?. Groenten en Fruit 29(43): 1969

Which component parts of forest inventory methods need urgent research?. Allgemeine Forstzeitschrift 29(5): 87-91

Which criterion? Effect of choice of the criterion on forest management plans. Forest Science 18(4): 292-297

Which dependent variable in site index-height-age regressions?. Forest Science 20(1): 74-87

Which factors influence flowering in carnations?. Erwerbsgartner 27(26): 1271-1272

Which farm will survive. Keeping the farm business in existence by developing it. The decision facing farmers. Welcher Hof wird uberleben? Betriebserhaltung durch Betriebsentwicklung Landwirte vor der Entscheidung: 194

Which farmers are modern?. Cahiers de l' Institut Economique Agricole (152/RR 129): 29

Which herbage species is profitable to sow. Zemledelie (1): 46-47

Which herbicides for beet. Arable Farmer 7(4): 22,25,27

Which is the best breed of ram for fat lamb production?. Farm and Food Research 5(3): 69-71

Which lettuce cultivars for the coming autumn?. Groenten en Fruit 29(1): 17

Which lettuce cvs for (frost-free or cold) spring cropping?. Groenten en Fruit 28(13): 615

Which lipid systems for aseptically processed foods?. Food Engineering 45(5): 96-99

Which maize cultivar is best?. Farming in South Africa 48(4): 31-33, 35

Which potatoes are suitable for canning?. Mitteilungen der DLG 87(31): 810-812

Which rootstock for glasshouse roses?. Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 27(33): 9,11

Which sampling method is most suitable for accurate determination of the curd-fines content of the first whey?. Officieel Orgaan, Koninklijke Nederlandse Zuivelbond 65(35): 825-828

Which strawberry cultivars for growing in the open?. Groenten en Fruit 29(1): 35

Which type of mobile milking machine?. Fries Landbouwblad 72(8): 317-319

Which way would you prune? A demonstration with Richared apple trees. Tasmanian Journal of Agriculture 44(3): 159-165

Whip-grafting walnuts. Sadovodstvo (10): 30-31

Whippable composition. British Patent: (1 369 611)

Whipping apparatus and method. United States Patent: (3 713 841)

Whipping cream. Japanese Patent: (4 843 630)

Whipping cream in objective quality tests. Deutsche Milchwirtschaft 25(27): 947-949

Whipping studies with partially delactosed cheese whey. Journal of Dairy Science 56(12): 1505-1511

Whipsnade Park, 1969 and 1970. Journal of Zoology 166(4): 541-558

Whipworms and dysentery in feeder pigs. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 161(11): 1226-1228

Whirling disease Myxosoma cerebralis spore concentration using the continuous plankton centrifuge. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 11(1): 54-57

White Birch bolts as a source of furniture components. Canadian Forest Industries 95(2): 62 . . . 66

White Fir needle miner. Forest Pest Leaflet, Forest Service, US Department of Agriculture (144): 5

White Pine shoots: roles of gravity and epinasty in movements and compression wood location. American Journal of Botany 60(6): 597-601

White Spruce cone production and prediction of cone crops. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 2(4): 460-466

White Spruce group planting in herbicide-treated, overmature mixedwood : 11-year results. Forestry Chronicle 50(1): 35-37

White Spruce limestone ecotypes. Forestry Chronicle 50(3): 110-111

White Spruce poles with improved permeability to creosote : industrial experience in Newfoundland. Bi monthly Research Notes 28(2/3): 11-12

White berried Vaccinium uliginosum in the Mari ASSR. Rastitel' nye Resursy 11(2): 242-247

White blood cell picture in the preleucaemic phase of bovine leucosis.. Veterinarski Glasnik 25(5): 329-337

White cell system changes in the course of experimental fasciolosis in rabbits and sheep. Acta Parasitologica Polonica 23(Fasc.9): 159-175

White cheese manufacture in Macedonian farms. Mljekarstvo 24(2): 30-37

White clover. An Foras Taluntais: Research Report Plant sciences and crop husbandry, 1971: 42

White clover. Sveriges Utsadesforenings Tidskrift 84: 71-141

White clover (Trifolium repens) in sub-tropical Australia-a review. Tropical Grasslands 6(2): 97-106

White clover seed crop: paraquat and carbetamide mixtures for weed control. Proceedings of the 27th New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference, Nelson, 1974: 63-66

White clover, red clover, and ryegrass for north central Florida. Proceedings, Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida 1971; 30: 331-336

White clovers give more winter production. Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales 83(2): 127-128

White crossbred goats from Zhdanov Collective Farm. Ovtsevodstvo 18(5): 12-14

White farming: a case history of change in South Africa. White farming: a case history of change in South Africa: 25

White farming: a case study of change in South Africa. Journal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics 12(1): 42-61

White fly control. Erwerbsgartner 27(4): 152-153

White foil for a heavier lettuce crop. Groenten en Fruit 29(13): 545

White grubs in forest tree nurseries and young plantations. Laporan, Lembaga Penelitian Hutan (167): 4 + 22 + 9 fig.

White kohl rabi of Szentes. Acta Agronomica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 20(1/2): 165-196

White lupins - a new species with high protein producing capacity. Nowe Rolnictwo 23(7): 14-16

White mold disease of field beans in Nebraska. Publication, Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Nebraska (SB518): 10

White muscle disease in milk replacer fed vealers. Canadian Veterinary Journal 14(11): 280 Passim-280 Passim

White muscle disease in the mountain goat. Journal of Wildlife Management 35(4): 752-756

White peach scale: life history and control studies. Journal of Economic Entomology 66(6): 1290-1292

White phosphorus-ammonia reaction product as a phosphatic fertilizer in alkaline and limed acid soils. Agronomy Journal 66(1): 115-117

White piedra (trichosporosis). Archives of Dermatology 107(3): 439-442

White pine weevil: a rearing procedure and artificial medium. Journal of Economic Entomology 66(3): 593-594

White rot of garlic. Magazine, College of Agriculture, Nagpur73; 45: 86-89

White rot of garlic: behaviour of varieties. Biologico 39(6): 151-157

White rot of grapevine and its biological features in Georgia. Sb Tr Nolodykh Uchenykh N11 Sadovodstva, Vinogradarstva i Vinodeliya Gruz SSR 2: 501-516

White rot of sunflower caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (De By.) Fckl. Mikologiya i Fitopatologiya 6(3): 264-266

White rust also on radishes. Pflanzenarzt 26(3): 20

White rust of chrysanthemum. Revue Horticole 146(2326): 31-32

White rust of chrysanthemum: evolution and control. Horticulture Francaise (30): 1-7

White scours in piglets at three weeks of age. White scours in piglets at three weeks of age: 116

White scours in piglets. I. Stereomicroscopy of the mucosa of the small intestine. Veterinary Pathology 8(4): 364-380

White scours in piglets. II. Scanning electron microscopy of the mucosa of the small intestine. Veterinary Pathology 8(5/6): 401-413

White spot chlorosis in wheats. Biologicheskii Zhurnal Armenii Hayastani Kensabanakan Handes 27(3): 3-6

White spot of cacao beans. Cafe Cacao The 16(3): 236-242

White sweet-clover as a soil-improving plant in the re-cultivation of calcareous spoil soil from the opencast mining of brown coal in Hungary. Agrokhimiya (5): 84-88

White tip disease of rice. , Rice diseases: proceedings of a symposium on rice diseases held at the Joint Commission on Rural Reconstruction, Taipei, september 9-12, 1969rice: 237-256

White-spotted sawyer beetle in logs. Information Report, Northern Forest Research Centre, Canada (NOR-X-129): 6

White-tailed deer as hosts of cattle fever-ticks. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 6(4): 437-440

Whitefly-transmitted viruses in Puerto Rico. Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 55(4): 461-467

Whitefringed beetles: an artificial diet for adults. Journal of Economic Entomology 66(2): 581

Whitefringed beetles: chemical vs. biological tests to determine resistance to dieldrin in larvae. Journal of Economic Entomology 66(1): 283-284

Whitefringed beetles: control of larvae in nursery containers and phytotoxicity of Abate. Journal of Economic Entomology 67(6): 804-805

Whitefringed beetles: dichlorvos applied as a postharvest treatment to protect wheat. Journal of Economic Entomology 66(1): 225-227

Whitening properties of coffee creamers. I. Quantitative evaluation. Canadian Institute of Food Science and Technology Journal 7(1): 40-43

Whitening properties of milk constituents in coffee creamers. XIX International Dairy Congress 1E: 748-749

Whitewash improves melon yields. Agricultural Research 23(2): 16

Whitewashing to prevent sunburn of 'Crenshaw' melons. HortScience 6(4): 343-345

Whither agricultural co-operation?. Co operation Distribution Consommation (4): 12-16

Whither dairying?. Journal of the Society of Dairy Technology 28(1): 3-10

Whither the wool country? An economic perspective. Australian Quarterly 44(4): 75-93

Whittet Kikuyu - more feed, more seed. Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales 84(5): 280-281

Who are feeding on famine in Africa? Political dossier on hunger in the Sahel. Qui se nourrit de la famine en Afrique? Le dossier politique de la faim au Sahel: 278

Who benefits from credit programs and who repays? Large farmers in village-level co-operatives in Mysore State, India. Land Tenure Center Newsletter (47): 23-32

Who benefits from the post-harvest rice price rise?. Tonan Ajia Kenkyu:

Who leads agricultural modernisation? A study of some progressive farmers in Mysore and Punjab. Economic and Political Weekly 7(40): A94-A112

Who should establish centralized landings in this country ?. Allgemeine Forstzeitschrift 28(6): 108-110

Who will control U.S. agriculture - situation and alternatives . [Publication] Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, Ohio State University (ESM-490): 13

Who will control U.S. agriculture? Policies affecting the organizational structure of U.S. agriculture. Special Publication, College of Agriculture, University of Illinois (27): 56

Who will control agriculture?. Who will control agriculture?: 9

Who will eat?. Who will eat?: 252

Who will own Britain?. Farmland Market (3): 9-11

Whoever heard of a sheep without wool? The Wiltshire Horn. Journal of Agriculture, Victoria 71(1): 2-5

Whole barley plants as feed for ruminants. 2. Effect of physical form on fattening young rams. Zhivotnovudni Nauki 10(4): 57-62

Whole barley plants as feed for ruminants. 3. A complete feed including dried barley for fattening calves. Zhivotnovudni Nauki 11(1): 137-142

Whole blood cholinesterase activity of laboratory and domestic animals: contribution of erythrocyte and serum enzymes. Veterinary Medicine, Small Animal Clinician 68(1): 54-55

Whole blood phagocytic and bactericidal activity for Staphylococcus aureus. Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 80(6): 857-870

Whole blood, serum and erythrocyte magnesium concentrations after repeated heavy exercise of long duration. Scandinavian Journal of Clinical and Laboratory Investigation 32(2): 123-127

Whole body counter studies of iron absorption in patients with subtotal gastrectomy. Revue Roumaine de Medecine Interne 9(5): 451-464

Whole crop barley as conserved forage for lactating cows. Canadian Journal of Animal Science 52(3): 497-504

Whole grain wheat, a nutritious snack food. IV International Congress of Food Science and Technology 8b: 58-60

Whole log chipping and pulping of Western Red Cedar at Columbia Cellulose. Pulp and Paper Magazine of Canada 75(3): 60-63

Whole mammary gland organ culture: selection of appropriate gland. In Vitro 9(2): 129-133

Whole milk production and utilisation: Australia, June 1974. Whole milk production and utilisation: Australia, June 1974: 4

Whole milk substitutes for calves. Zhivotnovodstvo (12): 62-64

Whole mount electron microscopy of metaphase. I. Chromosomes and microtubules from mouse oocytes. Experimental Cell Research 75(2): 497-511

Whole plant harvest of flue-cured tobacco. Lighter 44(4): 17-21

Whole soybeans as a means of increasing protein and calories in maize-based diets. Journal of Food Science 39(3): 577-580

Whole tree pulping. Part 2. Sulphate cooking. Svensk Papperstidning 76(2): 63-70

Whole tree pulping. Part 3. Pulp properties. Svensk Papperstidning 77(5): 165-174

Whole tree pulping. Part I. Fibre properties. Svensk Papperstidning 75(10): 397-402

Whole tree utilisation. Proceedings of the 10th International Forestry Students Symposium. Whole tree utilisation Proceedings of the 10th International Forestry Students Symposium: ii + 103

Whole tree utilization. Symposium Internacional EU CE PA, Madrid (Paper 7): 24

Whole versus rolled oats for yearling steers. North Dakota Farm Research 30(5): 15-17

Whole wheat grain feeding of lambs. 2. Growth of Merino lambs early weaned onto wheat. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 24(3): 413-423

Whole wheat grain feeding of lambs. 3. Rumen metabolic responses and animal physiological adjustment to mineral buffer supplements. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 24(3): 425-438

Whole wheat grain feeding of lambs. 4. Effects of an antibiotic, lactic acid, grain moistening and restricted intake on wheat sickness of young sheep. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 26(4): 729-741

Whole-body autoradiographic studies on the penetration of 14C-dieldrin in susceptible and resistant house flies. Environmental Entomology 2(2): 296-298

Whole-body gamma irradiation of newborn pigs: hematologic changes. American Journal of Veterinary Research 33(6): 1217-1222

Whole-body gamma irradiation of newborn pigs: pathologic changes. American Journal of Veterinary Research 33(6): 1223-1230

Whole-body retention of 42K in the rat. Health Physics 25(4): 443-445

Whole-crop Vicia faba for conservation. A comparison between winter-, horse-, tick-, and broad-bean cultivars. Journal of the British Grassland Society 28(2): 69-72

Whole-stem flowline for Spruce pulpwood: key to the rationalization of the Tharandt instructional forest enterprise. Sozialistische Forstwirtschaft 22(4): 99-101

Whole-stem skidding of small softwood for the Oberschwaben central mechanized landing; Transport of rough poles to the Oberschwaben central mechanized landing. Mitteilungen der Baden Wurttembergischen Forstlichen Versuchs und Forschungsanstalt: (37)

Whole-tree chipping in the forest. Holz Zentralblatt 100(101): 1511-1512, 1514

Whole-tree chipping yields per acre. Technical Release, American Pulpwood Association (72-R-51): 5

Whole-tree extraction with a radio-controlled cable crane and mechanized trimming at the lower landing. Tidsskrift for Skogbruk 83(1): 99-106

Whole-tree harvesting depletes soil nutrients. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 4(4): 530-535

Whole-tree specific gravity of southwestern young-growth Ponderosa Pine. Arizona Forestry Notes, Northern Arizona University (11): 13

Whole-tree utilization of Southern Pine advanced by developments in mechanical conversion. Forest Products Journal 23(10): 30-33

Wholesale marketing of fresh vegetables. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 64(3): 387-396

Wholesale metrication: guidance notes for producers and dairymen in England and Wales. Milk Industry 76(1): 32-34

Wholesale value of Texas cut flowers and foliage plants. Departmental Information Report, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station (73-5): 11

Wholesomeness of some types of semi-preserved foods. Journal of Food Technology 8(1): 97-103

Whose markets? The case for Maine potato futures. Food Research Institute Studies in Agricultural Economics, Trade, and Development 11(3): 293-312

Why recipes for grassland. Fourrages Actualites (7): 35-39

Why Western Nigerian farmers are against cotton growing. World Crops 25(4): 179-181

Why felling?. Sartryck ur Ymer, Arsbok: 161-175

Why and how of effluent treatment. Food Manufacture 48(7): 31, 33, 35, 37

Why are wood and pulp coloured?. Papier 27(10a): 469-474

Why bacon is dear. Series, Food Taxes and the Common Market (3): 8

Why browntop is bent on creeping. Proceedings of the New Zealand Grassland Association 1974; 35(1): 101-109

Why can sodium replace potassium in plants?. "Potassium in Biochemistry and Physiology" 8th Colloquium of the International Potash Institute: 50-63

Why cheese is dear. Food Taxes and the Common Market (1): 8

Why development of a tropical forest industry can be difficult. World Wood 13(11): 57-60

Why do bulls differ in fertility?. Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production 33: 49-61

Why do milk fat tests vary?. Extension Bulletin, Department of Agriculture, South Australia (13.74): 6

Why do soybean prices fluctuate the way they do?. Feedstuffs 46(27): 23-29

Why do we raise new plants?. Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society 96(11): 509-512

Why feed cattle-worms?. Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales 84(1): 2-6

Why fertilizer is scarce. Morgan Guaranty Survey (March): 4-8

Why is a single experimental design or procedure not adequate in the different stages of varietal evolution?. Acta Agronomica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 23: 488-489

Why is ecological research important and what are its possibilities in variety testing?. Acta Agronomica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 23: 500-501

Why is the horse-race type method necessary?. Acta Agronomica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 23: 492-494

Why is the often only accidental selection of a single sowing date insufficient for the ecological judgement of the useful agricultural plants?. Acta Agronomica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 23: 491-492

Why is there still iron deficiency during pregnancy?. Munchener Medizinische Wochenschrift 116(16): 841-844

Why keep accounts? Reflections of a research worker on the costs of production. Entreprise Agricole (65): 79-82

Why make hay in bales?. Fourrages Actualites (2): 31-35

Why meat is dear. A study of meat in the Common Market. Why meat is dear A study of meat in the Common Market: 12

Why new sire summaries are needed. Journal of Dairy Science 57(8): 951-955

Why not grow jute as zaid crop?. Indian Farming 21(11): 35-36

Why only females in progeny tests?. Schweinezucht und Schweinemast 23(3): 66-70

Why promote dairy products in light of current supply, demand, government policy, and foreign trade conditions?. Staff Papers, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Wisconsin (61): 8

Why reproduce sexually?. Journal of Theoretical Biology 39(3): 545-554

Why should cultures be prepared in reconstituted dried milk?. Osterreichische Milchwirtschaft 29(1): 1-3, 6

Why so little progress with improved pastures?. Proceedings of the Grassland Society of Southern Africa 7: 56-60

Why spicata palms do not breed true ? - Chromosome studies provide the answer. Coconut Bulletin 3(7): 2-4

Why the poor may pay more for food: theoretical and empirical evidence. Report, Department of Economics and Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago (7231): 15

Why the quality of spring barley grain is so resistant to bad weather. NIBEM Jaarboekje (36): 41-46

Why the retail trade in dehydrated vegetables has not developed: a report on the market in six countries. Grocer (March 10th): 56,58,95

Why there is a crisis. Special: the world food outlook. Ceres 7(2): 5-62

Why two sexes?. Bulletin of Mathematical Biophysics 34(2): 297-304

Why use chemicals to control cereal weeds. Journal of Agriculture, Victoria 71(6): 204-205

Why use herbicides in cultural practice ?. Forst und Holzwirt 28(10): 194-195

Why was soya so dear?. Agra Europe (572): M/5-M/9

Why wheat is dear. Series, Food Taxes and the Common Market (4): 13

Why whole-tree chipping?. Pulp and Paper Canada 75(9): 54-56

Why work in the woods?. Pulp and Paper Canada 75(10): 27-32

Why young people leave the villages. Ekonomika Sel' skogo Hozjajstva (3): 77-79

Wick-action method for germination of seeds. HortScience 8(6, I): 472

Wide crosses and contamination in strawberry. HortScience 7(3, II): 321

Wide crosses and pollen contamination in strawberry. HortScience 7(6): 566-567

Wide distribution of Pasteurella haemolytica type 1 over the nasal mucosa of cattle. Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine 35(3): 181-186

Wide hybridization and cereal improvement. Economic Botany 27(4): 401-412

Wide range of concessions under Lome convention. Agra Europe (610): E/2-E/6

Wide spacings increase seed yield of lucerne. Khlopkovodstvo (8): 26-27

Wide variations of fluoride supply to infants and their effect. Caries Research 5(1): 78-88

Wide-bed cultural system for cotton production. Transactions of the ASAE 17(6): 1136-1138

Wide-bed narrow-row cotton: preliminary research results. Arkansas Farm Research 22(2): 4

Wide-general vs. narrow-specific adaptation of common-wheat varieties. Proceedings of the Fourth International Wheat Genetics Symposium held at the University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, USA, August 6-11, 1973: 561-568

Wide-general vs. narrow-specific adaptation of common-wheat varieties. Proceedings of the fourth international wheat genetics symposium Breeding: 561-568

Wide-mesh netting, an improved method of protection against blood-feeding diptera. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 23(3): 533-537

Wide-spaced injections of herbicidal mixtures for controlling weed trees. Proceedings, 24th Annual Meeting, Southern Weed Science Society: 263-267

Wider adapted sorghum sought. Crops and Soils 26(5): 17

Widespread influences on growth and morphogenesis in the culture of Prunus embryo axes in vitro. I. Myo-inositol as a critical growth factor in the radicular meristem of the embryo axes of dormant cherry, peach and plum embryos. Angewandte Botanik 47(5/6): 227-239

Widespread natural occurrence of high titers of neutralizing antibodies to a specific class of endogenous mouse type-C virus. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 71(5): 1957-1961

Widespread occurrence of two heteroannular dienes of the cadalane skeleton. Phytochemistry 12(4): 827-833

Widespread presence, in chickens, of DNA complementary to the RNA genome of avian leukosis viruses. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 69(3): 576-580

Wigeon (Anas penelope L.) conservation and salting pasture management at Bridgwater Bay National Nature Reserve, Somerset. Journal of Applied Ecology 9(2): 417-425

Wild Prunus species of the subgenera Prunophora and Padus as natural host plants for cherry ring spot viruses. Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, II 130(2): 109-120

Wild Thymus vulgaris in France: chemical races and chemotaxonomy. Phytochemistry 12(7): 1683-1691

Wild and cultivated cottons. Plane a kulturni bavlniky: 206

Wild and cultivated host plants of some economically important aphids of northern Iran. Journal of Economic Entomology 66(2): 552-553

Wild and primitive Solanum species and potato root eelworm. Zaadbelangen 26(10): 228-229

Wild and primitive rye - alien genetic material in wheat and rye breeding. Proceedings of the fourth international wheat genetics symposium Alien genetic material: 167-172

Wild and semicultivated tomatoes and their use in breeding. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 49(2): 28-61

Wild animals within enclosures: management, feeding, care and narcosis. Wild in Gehegen Haltung, Ernahrung, Pflege, Wildnarkose: 123

Wild apple trees in Eastern Siberia and the Far East of the USSR. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 49(1): 85-94

Wild boar in West Pakistan. Bulletin, Division of Forestry Research Wildlife Management Branch, Pakistan Forest Institute (1): 17

Wild bulbs of the Eastern Transcaucasus and their prospects in ornamental horticulture. Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada (94): 42-47

Wild cane and forage sorghum competition in grain sorghum. Weed Science 21(1): 28-32

Wild distichous barley, Hordeum spontaneum C. Koch, in the Armenian SSR and its new varieties. Doklady Akademii Nauk Armyanskoi SSR 52(5): 289-292

Wild ducks fight red rice. Rice Journal 76(3): 14

Wild ecotypes of Trifolium pratense L. var. spontaneum Willk. as source material in breeding red clover. Biuletyn Instytutu Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roslin (5/6): 159-161

Wild edible herbs in the nutrition of long-lived persons in Dagestan. Voprosy Pitaniya 32(5): 27-31

Wild essential oil plants of the Crimea which show promise for introduction into cultivation. Byulleten' Gosudarstvennogo Nikitskogo Botanicheskogo Sada (2 (21)): 24-27

Wild figs from the western Kopetdag. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 54(1): 199-204

Wild fires in northern Yellowstone National Park. Ecology 54(5): 1112-1117

Wild fruit trees and shrubs in Irkutsk province and the south of Krasnoyarsk territory. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 50(3): 121-126

Wild fruit trees of the V.V. Alekhin Central Chernozem State Reserve. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 50(3): 163-168

Wild growing legumes in eastern Siberia, recommended for cultivation trials. Zapiski Leningradskogo Sel' skokhozyaistvennogo Instituta (228): 13-21

Wild horses. Wild horses: 111

Wild hosts of cowpea mosaic virus. Phytopathology 64(6): 767

Wild late-ripening fodder plants of the desert zone of the central part of Kazakh SSR. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 50(3): 39-55

Wild leafy vegetables. Pakistan Journal of Science 24(3/6): 204-216

Wild life. The Cotswolds: a new study Ed C Hadfield and AM Hadfield: 48-75

Wild life biology of the Sundarbans forests : honey production and behaviour pattern of the honey bee. Science and Culture 38(6): 269-276

Wild life conservation and dead wood. Journal of the Devon Trust for Nature Conservation (Suppl.): ii + 18

Wild life in land use planning on farms. Rhodesia Agricultural Journal 71(3): 75-76

Wild life on forest land : problems and prospects. South African Forestry Journal (89): 16-20

Wild lucerne in Central Asia. Wild lucerne in Central Asia: 172

Wild lucerne of Middle Asia. Dikorastushchie lyutserny Srednei Azii: 172

Wild mammals as hosts of group A and group B arboviruses in Kern County, California. A five-year serologic and virologic survey. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 23(6): 1165-1177

Wild mustard competition in soybeans and control with chloroxuron. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 32(11): 6158-6159

Wild oat (Avena fatua) 2. The influence of climate, soil and other site-dependent factors. Tidsskrift for Planteavl 76: 132-144

Wild oat control and yield response of wheat and sugar beet after spraying with benzoylpropethyl. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Gent 38(3, part 1): 953-968

Wild oat control as influenced by seedbed preparation, cropping and chemicals. Proceedings of the North Central Weed Control Conference (Volume 27): 39

Wild oat control in ryegrass for seed production. Proceedings of the 27th New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference, Nelson, 1974: 67-71

Wild oat control in ryegrass seed crops. New Zealand Journal of Agriculture 127(6): 39

Wild oat gene pool. Publication, Canada Department of Agriculture (1475): 61

Wild oat gene pool. A collection maintained by the Canada Department of Agriculture. Publications, Canada Department of Agriculture (1475): 62

Wild oat seed - its survival in bedding, farmyard manure and slurry. Agriculture in Northern Ireland 47(12): 435-436

Wild oats. Report Drayton Experimental Husbandry Farm 1972: ; 6-7

Wild oats (Avena fatua L.) and their control. Land und Forstwirtschaftliche Forschung in Osterreich 6: 307-317

Wild oats (Avena spp.). A recent problem of cereals. Biology and control. Epistimonikon Deltion, Institouton Siteron (48): 74

Wild oats - the proverbial seven-year problem. Farm Contractor 7: 68, 70

Wild oats and animal feedstuffs. Agriculture in Northern Ireland 47(11): 389-390

Wild oats in Northern Ireland - action year. Agriculture in Northern Ireland 47(10): 354-355

Wild oats in Vienne. Phytoma (232): 24-27

Wild oats in spring cereals. Agriculture in Northern Ireland 49(1): 23-26

Wild oats in wheat. Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales 83(3): 157-159

Wild oats infestation of field crops in 1973. North Dakota Farm Research 31(2): 3-5

Wild oats, where next?. Proceedings 11th British Weed Control Conference: 965-976

Wild occurring senna (Cassia angustifolia Vahl.) from Kutch, Gujarat. Current Science 43(3): 89

Wild onion and ramsons. Advisory Leaflet (313): 4

Wild perennial fodder plants of the Muyunkum Desert. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 49(1): 52-63

Wild perennial herbage plants of value for breeding in northern and central Kazakhstan. Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Ordena Lenina Instituta Rastenievodstva Imeni N I Vavilova (42): 10-20

Wild pigs, potential vectors of foot and mouth disease. New Zealand Journal of Agriculture 125(6): 18, 19, 21, 23

Wild plants as alternate hosts of red spider mite, Tetranychus telarius (Linnaeus) (Tetranychidae: Acarina). Indian Journal of Entomology 1972; 33(1): 108-110

Wild populations of Medicago quasifalcata in the North Caucasus. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 47(3): 153-175

Wild proso millet, Panicum miliaceum L., a new weed problem in Minnesota. Proceedings of the North Central Weed Control Conference (Volume 28): 51-52

Wild red clover as initial breeding material in the North-western zone. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 47(3): 219-235

Wild relatives of cultivated plants, their conservation and role in breeding. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 49(3): 280-290

Wild relatives of the cultivated plants of Turkmenia as a valuable gene pool for plant breeding. Trudy po prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 45(2): 4-10

Wild rice as a supplementary feed. Ptitsevodstvo (8): 18

Wild rice plants as possible source of bacterial blight inoculum of cultivated rice. Current Science 43(11): 350-351

Wild rice species, the alternative hosts of Helminthosporium oryzae Breda de Haan. Science and Culture 39(9): 394-396

Wild rodents in the transmission of disease to animals and man. Veterinary Bulletin 45(2): 87-96

Wild small mammals naturally infected with Schistosoma mansoni. Preliminary note. Revista de Saude Publica 6(2): 233

Wild species and primitive forms of rye (Secale L.). Fortschritte der Pflanzenzuchtung (3): 1-60

Wild species of Crataegus L. in the Baltic. Botan sady Pribaltiki: 95-126

Wild species of plants which are resistant to diseases and pests. Zashchita rast, 1: 36-70

Wild trichinosis in the east of France (Bourgogne, Franche-Comte). Annales de Parasitologie Humaine et Comparee 48(2): 315-317

Wild watermelon emergence and control. Weed Science 21(6): 570-573

Wild wheatgrass of western Kazakh SSR. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 50(3): 56-62

Wild-growing Prunus fruticosa. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 52(3): 60

Wild-growing legume species in Eastern Siberia, with some importance for cultivation. Rastitel' nye Rsursy 10(2): 204-208

Wild-life as a possible reservoir of bovine tuberculosis. Irish Veterinary Journal 29(1): 1

Wilderness ecology: the upland plant communities, woody browse production, and small mammals of two adjacent 33-year-old wildfire areas of northeastern Minnesota. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report, North Central Forest Experiment Station (NC-7): 30

Wilderness fires allowed to burn more naturally. Fire Control Notes1972; 33(1): 3-5

Wildfire and bacterial blight on soybeans in Queensland. Search 3(9): 336

Wildfire in the taiga of Alaska. Quaternary Research 3(3): 465-495

Wildfire smoke conditions: interior Alaska. USDA Forest Service Research Paper, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (PNW-178): 18

Wildfire used to achieve land management objectives. Fire Management 36(1): 10-11

Wildland shrubs - their biology and utilization. An international symposium, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, July 1971. General Technical Report, USDA Forest Service (INT-1): 494

Wildland tree planter does king-size job. Tree Planters' Notes 24(3): 29-30

Wildland watershed management. Wildland watershed management: vii + 370

Wildlife and pesticides. Proceedings of the Twenty fourth Annual Meeting of the Utah Mosquito Abatement Association, held at Student Union Building Little Theatre, Weber State College, Ogden, Utah: 2-4

Wildlife as sentinels for Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 163(6): 657-661

Wildlife kill resulting from the misuse of arsenic acid herbicide. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 8(2): 122-128

Wildlife management and national economy of Nigeria. Obeche 8/9: 68-71

Will 1973 bring a large increase of field mice?. Mitteilungen fur die Schweizerische Landwirtschaft 21(3): 46-52

Will English narcissus flowers capture the Continental market?. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 5(2): 177-179

Will an integrated approach be adopted in the dairy industry of tomorrow?. Nordisk Mejeriindustri 1(7/8): 294-296

Will improved nutrition help to prevent mental retardation?. Preventive Medicine 1(1/2): 185-194

Will it be a heifer or a bull calf? Statistics and thoughts on the sex ratio. Buskap og Avdratt 27(2): 48-49

Will the use of chemicals to induce olive abscission become normal practice?. Informatore Agrario 28(47): 10920-10922

William Bateson, Mendelism and biometry. Journal of the History of Biology 6(1): 1-26

Williams soybean in Indiana. Research Progress Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Purdue University (408): 2

Willow. Long Ashton Research Station, University of Bristol: Report 1971: 261

Willow (Salix spp.) propagation - new technique. Pakistan Journal of Forestry 23(1): 100-105

Willow beaked-gall midge: control by insecticides and pruning. Journal of Economic Entomology 68(3): 392-394

Willow clones differ in susceptibility to Cottonwood leaf beetle. Proceedings, 11th Conference on Southern Forest Tree Improvement: 108-111

Willow plantations on mined peatland at Hansag-Kiralyto. Kiserletugyi Kozlemenyek Erdogazdasag es Faipar, D 1972; 63(1/3): 69-84

Wilson's disease: identification of an abnormal copper-binding protein. Science, USA 181(4105): 1175-1176

Wilt and root diseases of lentil L. esculenta) at Sagar. Indian Phytopathology 26(2): 268-273

Wilt and root rot diseases of lentil (L. esculenta) at Sagar. Indian Phytopathology 26(2): 268-273

Wilt assumes a serious problem in the sugarcane riverine belt of Sarswati Sugar Mills area, Yamuna Nagar (Ambala). Indian Sugar 23(2): 129-130

Wilt disease in conifers and Ericaceae. Jaarboak 1973, Proefstation voor de Boomwekerij: 85-91

Wilt disease of clematis. Groen : 28

Wilt disease of cotton in the Ege region of Turkey. Journal of Turkish Phytopathology 1(1): 4-11

Wilt disease of cotton, Fusarium oxysporum f. vasinfectum (Atk.) Snyder et Hansen. Agronomia Angolana (29): 145-157

Wilt of Brassica carinata, Crambe abyssinica and C. hispanica caused by Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. conglutinans races 1 or 2. Ibid 63: 440

Wilt of Brassica carinata, Crambe abyssinica, and C. hispanica caused by Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. conglutinans race 1 or 2. Plant Disease Reporter 58(5): 479-480

Wilt of Solanum khasianum caused by Fusarium oxysporum. Indian Phytopathology 1972; 24(4): 788-791

Wilt of castor - a new record. Indian Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology 4(1): 103-105

Wilt of tomato and eggplant on Guam caused by Pseudomonas solanacearum. Plant Disease Reporter 58(9): 793

Wilt of variegated Pyracantha caused by Fusarium oxysporum. Ibid 63: 445

Wilt reaction of different cotton cultivars. Khlopkovodstvo (2): 23-24

Wilt resistance in conditions of infection. Khlopkovodstvo (9): 30

Wilt resistance in distant hybrids. Khlopkovodstvo (4): 33-34

Wilt resistance in perennial and wild forms of cotton. Voprosy genetiki, selektsii i semenovodstva khlopchatnika i lyutserny, 2: 115-121

Wilt resistance of cotton in highly infected conditions. Khlopkovodstvo 22(7): 29-30

Wilt resistance watermelons. Queensland Agricultural Journal 98(7): 338-340

Wilt-resistant cultivars of cotton. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki, Baku, Azerbaidzhan SSR (1): 16-19

Wilt-resistant varieties induced by irradiation. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki (2): 104-106

Wilt-resistant varieties of cotton and the maintenance of resistance. Mikologiya Fitopatologiya 5(3): 257-262

Wilting and green spotting of pineapple by the bisexual races of Dysmicoccus brevipes Ckll. in West Malaysia. Malaysian Pineapple 2: 15-21

Wilting disease of clematis. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 3(9): 855-857

Wilting disease on clematis. Groen 28(8): 222-223

Wilting of basil caused by Fusarium oxysporum. Informatore Fitopatologico 25(5): 5 - 7

Wilting of leaves in Vicia faba L. Annals of Botany 39(160): 265-271

Wilting point of sugarcane. Science Bulletin of the College of Agriculture, University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa (21): 189-197

Wimmera ryegrass toxicity. Department of Agriculture, Western Australia: Australia, Western Australia, Department of Agriculture: Annual Report for the year ended June 30, 1972: 41

Winches and skidding installations for mountain conditions. Lebedki i trelevochnye ustanovki dlya gornykh uslovii: 134

Winching thinnings by Radiotir. Helsingin Yliopiston Metsateknologian Laitos Tiedonantoja (29): 75

Wind and crop water use. Information Series, New Zealand Department of Scientific and Industrial Research: 31-37

Wind and its effects on citrus trees at Loxton, South Australia. Experimental Record (7): 20-35

Wind and snow damage associated with stand treatment: a survey of thinning experiments in comparatively young stands. Rapporter och Uppsatser, Institutionen for Skogsproduktion (23): 205

Wind as a limitation on the growth and yield of strawberries. Journal of Horticultural Science 47(3): 411-418

Wind barriers most beneficial at intermediate stress. Crop Science 15(3): 443-445

Wind breaks: benefits and establishment in Iraq. Mosul University journal 3(2): 28

Wind damage and pruning. Planters' Bulletin of the Rubber Research Institute of Malaysia (132): 77-97

Wind damage as a risk factor in wood production in the chief wood-producing regions of the world. Mitteilungen der Bundesforschungsanstalt fur Forst und Holzwirtschaft (93): 17-34

Wind damage in Turkish forests. Istanbul Universitesi Orman Fakultesi Dergisi, A 21(2): 1-20

Wind damage of subalpine forests through road construction (I). Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 56(8): 288-293

Wind damage on sand land. British Sugar Beet Review 42(3): 177-181

Wind damage to leaves. International Rice Research Institute Annual Report for 1972: 217-218

Wind damage to soft fruit in Scotland. Scottish Agriculture3; 51(5): 457-461

Wind damage to strawberry plants. Gartenbau 20(5): 146-147

Wind direction and the increment of trees. Izv Vses geogr o va 105(4): 365-367

Wind dispersal of the winter moth larvae Operophtera brumata and its relevance to control measures. Norsk Entomologisk Tidsskrift 18(2): 103-107

Wind drift when spraying. Weeds and weed control 13th Swedish Weed Conference (part 1): G1-G2

Wind effects on spread of watermelon mosaic virus 1 from local virus sources to watermelon. Journal of Economic Entomology 67(3): 361-364

Wind erodibility as influenced by rainfall and soil salinity. Soil Science 114(5): 367-372

Wind erosion as a factor in soil formation in the Pierre-Shale landscape of western South Dakota. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings 37(6): 919-923

Wind erosion control on agricultural lands. Transactions, 10th International Congress of Soil Science, XI: 112-119

Wind erosion in hot arid countries. Rivista di Agricoltura Subtropicale e Tropicale 46(4/6-7/9): 111-121

Wind erosion of irrigated soils in Uzbekistan and its control. Vetrovaya eroziya oroshaemykh pochv Uzbekistana i bor' ba s nei: 235

Wind erosion. What can be done about it?. Bedrijfontwikkeling 3(2): 175-179

Wind flow characteristics on a soybean leaf compared with a leaf model. Physiologia Plantarum 28(1): 106-112

Wind measurements in a Pine forest during a destructive gale. Forestry 47(2): 185-194 + 1 pl.

Wind profiles and heat transfer above a short grass surface surrounded by irregular terrain. Archiv fur Meteorologie, Geophysik und Bioklimatologie, B 19(3): 233-250

Wind tunnel studies of the airflow and gaseous plume diffusion in the leading edge and downstream regions of a model forest. Atmospheric Environment 4(6): 597-614

Wind turbulence in a soybean field sheltered by four types of wind barriers. Agronomy Journal 66(2): 273-278

Wind velocity in a deciduous forest stand and in an unwooded area. Ekologia Polska 22(1): 223-235

Wind velocity in relation to aerial spraying of crops. Agricultural Aviation 14(4): 103-107

Wind, the main factor governing the form of tree stems and their stability. Lesovodstvo, les kul' tury i pochvovedenie (3): 3-24

Wind-blown soil in the epidemiology of bacterial leaf spot of alfalfa and common blight of bean. Phytopathology 63(11): 1417-1419

Wind-Chill effect for cattle and sheep. Journal of Animal Science 40(1): 161-165

Wind-induced root movements in forest trees. Metsantutkimuslaitoksen Julkaisuja 76(2): 56

Wind-shaped trees in the subalpine zone in Japan. Arctic and Alpine Research 5(3 (part 2)): 115-126

Wind-snow relations at Marmot Creek, Alberta. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 3(4): 479-485

Wind-tunnel investigation of mass transfer from soil corrugations. Journal of Applied Meteorology 13(5): 578-587

Windbreak influence on water relations, growth, and yield of soybeans. Crop Science 14(5): 761-765

Windbreak investigation in the northern part of North Holland. Nederlands Bosbouw Tijdschrift 44(5): 109-119

Windbreaks : hedges and banks. Foret Privee Francaise (97): 53-74, 76

Windbreaks for direct-seeded tomatoes. Research Summary, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (72): 7-8

Windbreaks for orchards. Short Term Leaflet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (104): 10

Window box and container gardening. Window box and container gardening: 160

Windrow width and time affect haylage drying. Science in Agriculture 20(3): 12-13

Windrowing and conditioning of lucerne. Ugeskrift for Agronomer og Hortonomer 3(44): 827-829

Windsor barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 54(4): 821-822

Windthrow in State forests in the Republic of Ireland. Irish Forestry 31(2): 154-167

Windthrow in forests - its causes and the effect of forestry measures. Rapporter och Uppsatser, Institutionen for Skogsproduktion (36): 294

Wine aroma. Progres Agricole et Viticole 174(8): 286-293

Wine from N.S. grapes. Nova Scotia Fruit Growers' Association: One hundred and eighth annual report, 1971: 116-118

Wine grape production studies in Washington. American Journal of Enology and Viticulture 23(1): 18-25

Wine grape variety improvement. Aust Wine Brew Spirit Rev 90(4): 44, 46, 48-49

Wine in the treatment of long-term geriatric patients in mental institutions. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 22(2): 88-94

Wine market projections and shares in the U.S. wine market. American Journal of Enology and Viticulture 25(2): 73-78

Wine production and wine demand in the EEC. AWZ, Allg Deut Weinfachtg (32/33/51/52 Sonderdruck): 17

Wine: abundance in the Community. Background Note, EEC (ISEC/B38/74): 2

Wine: an increasingly difficult market. Italia Agricola 111(12): 24-31

Wines and spirits in Germany. Marketing in Europe (113): 32-43

Wines from Florida grapes. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 86: 264-270

Wines in Switzerland - tastes and attitudes of consumers. Les vins en Swisse gouts et attitudes des consommateurs: 164

Wing loading and flight activity in the sycamore aphid, Drepanosiphum platanoides. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 17(2): 157-162

Wing, tarsal and glossal indices (in 3 races of honeybees). I deg Congresso Erasileiro de Apicultura: 228-233

Wing, tarsal and glossal indices in three honeybee races. Publicacion Universidad Nacional de Tucuman Facultad de Agronomia y Zootecnia (1058): 10

Wingless weevils. Advisory Leaflet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (57): 8

Winter Conference, Cambridge 15th-18th January 1973. British Cattle Breeders' Club Digest (28): 84

Winter Conference. Cambridge, 14-17th January 1974. British Cattle Breeders' Club Digest (29): 75

Winter X spring wheat hybrids: prospects and preliminary results. Proceedings of the fourth international wheat genetics symposium Breeding: 577-580

Winter breakage in 1966/1967 in relation to relief in the Orlicke Mts. Prace Vyzkumneho Ustavu Lesniho Hospodarstvi a Myslivosti 41: 173-197

Winter and spring barley breeding in the Crimea. Selektsiya yachmenya i ovsa: 120-128

Winter and summer growth of pasture species in a high rainfall area of south-eastern Queensland. Tropical Grasslands 6(1): 45-54

Winter application of manure and potato yields. Nowe Rolnictwo 23(20): 19

Winter barley U 259. Acta Agronomica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 21(3/4): 433-434

Winter barley from European countries as initial breeding material. Dostizheniya nauki proiz vu: 37-41

Winter barley versus spring barley or the opposite. Tolvmandsbladet 45(11): 513-516

Winter barley. Frost resistance, vernalisation and photoperiod. UK, Plant Breeding Institute, Cambridge: Plant Breeding Institute, Cambridge: Annual Report 1971: 78

Winter barley. Nitrogen increase and late topdressing. Bayerisches Landwirtschaftliches Jahrbuch 48(Sonderheft 4): 60-84

Winter beet growing and length of sugar factory campaign in the subtropical arid zone. Zucker 27(11): 575-580

Winter cereal pasture and Eragrostis curvula hay for fat lamb production. South African Journal of Animal Science 2(2): 79-83

Winter cereals + water = assured winter forage for cattle fattening. Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales 84(2): 95-99

Winter changes in fractional contents of soluble proteins in wheat cultivars differing in their winterhardiness. Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Ordena Lenina Instituta Rastenievodstva imeni NI Vavilova (23): 23-26

Winter chilling requirement of some local sweet-cherry and sour-cherry varieties. Yalova Bahce Kulturleri Arastirma ve Egitim Merkezi Dergisi 6(3/4): 35-46

Winter conditions in commercial colonies in Louisiana. American Bee Journal 114(6): 219-221

Winter control of Quadraspidiotus perniciosus. Rastitelna Zashchita 22(2): 36-38

Winter crops as an early fodder. Korma (5): 24-25

Winter crops of Cruciferae for fresh fodder. Zemledelie (6): 34-35

Winter cultivation of onions. Zahradnictvi : 263-272

Winter damage in Norwegian grasslands, 1968-1971. Meldinger fra Norges Landbrukshoegskole 52(3): 21

Winter development of seedlings of Pseudotsuga menziesii. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 3(2): 222-227

Winter drying of plantations in the Maritime Province. Ekologiya (6): 79-81

Winter dysentery (due to Vibrio jejuni) in fattening calves in Yugoslavia.. Veterinarski Glasnik 26(1): 19-24

Winter ecology of the red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris L.) in northeastern Lapland. Annales Zoologici Fennici 10(4): 487-494

Winter farm land capital construction in Kwangtung (China). Union Research Service 75(3): 26-39

Winter feed and herbage requirements of spring born suckled, South Devon cross cattle from weaning to eighteen months of age. Experimental Husbandry (29): 44-53

Winter feed from Para grass on pondage banks. Queensland Agricultural Journal 99(9): 497-499

Winter feed production from Paspalum-dominant pastures. Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales 83(3): 185

Winter fodder cereals. Publicacion Miscelanea, Estacion Experimental Agricola de Tucuman: 251-255

Winter fodder crops on maize paddocks. New Zealand Journal of Agriculture 128(6): 22-23

Winter fodder for the lowveld. Farming in South Africa 48(9): 35, 37

Winter fodder rye cv. Zarechanskaya Zelenoukosnaya. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (3): 45-47

Winter food habits of river otters in western Oregon. Journal of Wildlife Management 38(1): 107-111

Winter food of trout in three high elevation Sierra Nevada lakes. California Fish and Game 58(3): 231-237

Winter foods and range use of three species of ungulates. Journal of Wildlife Management 36(4): 1068-1076

Winter forage cereals. Publicacion Miscelanea, Estacion Experimental Agricola de Tucuman: 230-233

Winter forage crops. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute Review (24): 13-20

Winter forage crops in Canterbury. Proceedings of the Agronomy Society of New Zealand 3: 13-17

Winter forms in breeding varieties of spring wheat of the intensive type. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (4): 20-23

Winter grafting of apple trees with interstocks. Biologiya i Agrotekhnika Slaboroslykh Derev' ev Yabloni: 85-91

Winter grazing management of lucerne (Medicago sativa L.) on the northern tablelands of New South Wales. Winter grazing management of lucerne Medicago sativa L on the northern tablelands of New South Wales:

Winter habitat preference of porcupines in the southern Alberta foothills. Canadian Field Naturalist 86(4): 349-355

Winter hardiness and drought resistance of some apple varieties. Sb dokl 1 i Vses konf molodykh uchenykh po sadovodstvu VNII sadovodstva 2: 246-249

Winter hardiness and productivity of black currants in relation to different methods of nutrition. Merzlota i Pochva No2: 16-25

Winter hardiness and productivity of hybrid populations of winter wheat. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (4): 23-26

Winter hardiness and yield of varieties of winter wheat in the steppe area of the Ukrainian SSR. Selektsiya i sortov, agrotekhn ozim pshenitsy: 102-114

Winter hardiness in Digitaria. Proceedings, Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida 1971; 30: 222-229

Winter hardiness in strawberry under the conditions of the central chernozem zone of the USSR. Tr Tsentr genet lab im I V Michurina 13: 3-6

Winter hardiness in winter wheat hybrids. Nauch pratsi Ukr sil' s' kogospod akad (50): 11-14

Winter hardiness of F1 wheat hybrids in the Nonchernozem Zone. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki (4): 27-47

Winter hardiness of apple varieties in the pomological garden of the White Russian Agricultural Academy. Sb nauch tr Belorus s kh akad 80: 143-147

Winter hardiness of apple varieties under the conditions of Ul'yanovsk province. Sb nauch rabot VNII sadovodstva (17): 143-149

Winter hardiness of certain varieties and lines of winter barley developed by the Institute of Plant Breeding and Acclimatization. Biuletyn Instytut Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roslin (3/4): 23-28

Winter hardiness of clonal apple rootstocks and of scion cultivars grafted on them. Sadivnitstvo Resp Mizhvid Temat Nauk Zbornik (18): 106-111

Winter hardiness of durum winter wheat. Selektsiya i semenovodstvo Resp mezhved temat nauch sb (17): 41-47

Winter hardiness of pears in the northern forest-steppe zone of Moldavia. Sadovodstvo, vinogradarstvo i vinodelie Moldavii (12): 11-13

Winter hardiness of perennial herbage plants on polder soils of the Leningrad area. Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Ordena Lenina Instituta Rastenievodstva Imeni NI Vavilova (41): 30-32

Winter hardiness of several blueberry species and cultivars in Minnesota. HortScience 7(5): 500-502

Winter hardiness of some winter wheat varieties from the VIR world collection. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 50(1): 115-124

Winter hardiness of species of maple in the Botanical Garden of the Academy of Sciences of the Uzbek SSR. Introduktsiya i akklimatiz rast 8: 23-29

Winter hardiness of spring X winter wheat crosses. Proceedings of a colloquium on the winter hardiness of cereals, October 31 November 3, 1972: 143-150

Winter hardiness of varieties of winter wheat. Nauch tr Kazakhsk s kh in t 16(1, II): 5-12

Winter hardiness studies. Plant Breeding Institute, Cambridge: UK, Plant Breeding Institute, Cambridge: Annual report 1973: 100-101

Winter hardiness, persistency and yield of various clover varieties in Troms and Finnmark. Forskning og Fors% i Landbruket 24(6): 667-679

Winter injury of weak growing fruit trees. Sbornik Nauchnykh Rabot, Vsesoyuznyi Nauchno Issledovatel' skii Institut Sadovodstva imeni IV Michurina (17): 51-56

Winter injury on young developing apple shoots. HortScience 7(4): 401-402

Winter injury to buds of fruit trees in Michigan, 1971-72. Fruit Varieties and Horticultural Digest 26(4): 98-100

Winter inoculative releases of parasitoids to reduce houseflies in poultry manure. Journal of Economic Entomology 68(1): 35-38

Winter killing and frost damage. 1. Cultivation and management of leys and their effect on winter killing. Arsrit Raektunarfelags Nordurlands 68: 73-93

Winter killing and frost damage. 2. Frost damage on experimental plots at the Experiment Station at Akureyri. Arsrit Raektunarfelags Nordurlands 69: 84-101

Winter killing and frost damage. 3. Frequency and extent of frost damage in Iceland. Arsrit Raektunarfelags Nordurlands 70: 30-50

Winter killing of apples in Stavropol'e. Sadovodstvo (1): 28-29

Winter killing of grasses in Icelandic hay-fields. Report, Research Institute Nedri As (5): 14

Winter kindling in one-tier rabbit sheds. Krolikovodstvo i Zverovodstvo (5): 15-16

Winter leaf spot disease of seedlings of Eucalyptus regnans and its relation to forest litter. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 58(3): 377-386

Winter legumes. Korma (1): 28-29

Winter losses 1970. American Bee Journal 111(1): 10-12

Winter losses of ornamental trees and shrubs in Canberra 1971. Australian Forest Research 6(1): 43-47

Winter meeting 1974. General theme: world-wide supply and environment problem - is Austria's agriculture and forestry prepared?. Wintertagung 1974 Generalthema: Weltweite Versorgungs und Umweltprobleme ist Osterreichs Land und Forstwirtschaft gerustet?: 380

Winter moths. Advisory Leaflet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (11): 7

Winter movement, food, and multiplying activity of the common tick. Acta Veterinaria, Czechoslovakia 40(4): 439-444

Winter mulch covers, spring vigor and subsequent growth of Agrostis. Agronomy Journal 67(4): 449-454

Winter oat cultivation: results of cultivation trials 1969-1974. Revue Suisse d' Agriculture 6(5): 141-145

Winter oats - a profitable cash crop. Farm Bulletin (January): 2-3

Winter oats. Vernalisation studies. Plant Breeding Institute, Cambridge: UK, Plant Breeding Institute, Cambridge: Annual report 1973: 93-94

Winter pasture nitrogen level, stocking rates. Mississippi Farm Research 34(9): 3,5,6

Winter performance of beef weaners fed untreated and formaldehyde-treated wilted lucerne silages and hay. Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production 35: 160-166

Winter protection of container plants. Combined Proceedings of the International Plant Propagators' Society, 1973 23: 255-259

Winter rape. Annual report for 1972, Research Institutes for Crop Production: Institute of Genetics and Plant Breeding: Annual report for 1972: 60-80

Winter rape and turnips are good fodder crops. Korma (1): 32

Winter rape as a forage crop. Biuletyn Instytutu Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roslin (5/6): 211-215

Winter rape in Belorussia. Korma (6): 35-36

Winter rest in the buds of Populus X euramericana cv. 'I-214'. Erdeszeti es Faipari Egyetem Tudomanyos Kozlemenyei 1973; (1/2): 75-90

Winter rye. Ozimaya rozh' : 260

Winter rye as soil protectant against wind erosion. Investigation on crop models in a wind tunnel. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 4(11): 1023-1031