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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 398

Chapter 398 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Hormonal regulation of morphogenesis and cold resistance. 2. Effect of cold-acclimation and of exogenous abscisic acid on gibberellic acid and abscisic acid activities in alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) seedlings. Journal of Experimental Botany 26(95): 853-859

Hormonal regulation of pedicel abscission in Begonia flower buds. Physiologia Plantarum 33(4): 280-284

Hormonal regulation of phototropism in the light-grown sunflower seedling, Helianthus annuus L.; immobility of endogenous indoleacetic acid and inhibition of hypocotyl growth by illuminated cotyledons. Journal of Experimental Botany 26(92): 411-418

Hormonal regulation of pollen germination and pollen tube elongation in Arachis hypogaea Reitz. Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Science, B 84(3): 101-108

Hormonal regulation of reproduction and the antler cycle in the male Columbian black-tailed deer (Odocoileus hemionus columbianus). Part I. Seasonal changes in the histology of the reproductive organs, serum testosterone, sperm production, and the antler cycle. Canadian Journal of Zoology 54(10): 1617-1636

Hormonal regulation of reproduction and the antler cycle in the male Columbian black-tailed deer (Odocoileus hemionus columbianus). Part II. The effects of methallibure and hormone treatment. Canadian Journal of Zoology 54(10): 1637-1656

Hormonal regulation of reproduction in Karakul sheep. Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Akademii Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk (9): 22-24

Hormonal regulation of root development. Structure and function of primary root tissues Proceedings of a symposium, Tatranska Lomnica, September 7-10, 1971, Czechoslovakia: 121-135

Hormonal regulation of senescence in fruits of Trichosanthes dioica Roxb. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 15(12): 1234-1236

Hormonal regulation of sexual development in Karakul ewes. Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Ordena Lenina Akademii Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk (9): 22-24

Hormonal regulation of spermatogenesis. International Journal of Andrology 27(6): 335-342

Hormonal regulation of spermidine synthase during the development of mouse mammary epithelium in vitro. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 79(3): 979-986

Hormonal regulation of the lag phase in seeded and seedless grapes (Vitis vinifera L.). Vitis 15(4): 227-235

Hormonal regulation of the seminiferous tubule function. Current Topics in Molecular Endocrinology 2: 337-352

Hormonal regulation of the two forms of arginase isozymes and their functional roles during the development of mouse mammary gland in vitro. Federation Proceedings 36(3): 738

Hormonal regulation of thermogenesis in goslings. Possible role of catecholamines. Acta Physiologica Polonica 26(2): 149-158

Hormonal regulation of trehalose metabolism in the blowfly Phormia regina Meig.: effects of cardiacectomy and allatectomy at the subcellular level. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, B 58(4): 339-344

Hormonal regulation of tuberization in dahlia. Acta Horticulturae (47): 319-329

Hormonal regulators of plant flowering. Fiziologiya Rastenii 23(6): 1160-1173

Hormonal release of stereotyped motor programmes from the isolated nervous system of the cecropia silkmoth. Journal of Experimental Biology, 74: 151-173

Hormonal response to LHRH and combined LHRH-TRH in postpartum lactating and nonlactating women. Indian Journal of Medical Research 65(1): 105-111

Hormonal responses of dairy cows with ovarian cysts to GnRH. Journal of Animal Science 41(6): 1666-1673

Hormonal responses of lambs to trucking, handling and electric stunning. Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production 37: 243-248

Hormonal responses to environmental stress - a review. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Agronomy Society of New Zealand 5: 55-57

Hormonal stimulation and synchronisation of oestrus in suckled cows. Molochnoe i Myasnoe Skotovodstvo (5): 40

Hormonal stimulation of lambing. Ovtsevodstvo (3): 29

Hormonal stimulation of oestradiol-17 beta release from the rat ovary during early postnatal development. Journal of Endocrinology 68(02): 343-344

Hormonal stimulation of oestrus in beef cows. Zhivotnovodstvo (11): 77-79

Hormonal stimulation of sexual maturity in heifers. Molochnoe i Myasnoe Skotovodstvo (12): 27-30

Hormonal stimulation of the biosynthesis of sex-specific volatile materials in bark-beetles. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Entomologie 82(1): 108-110

Hormonal studies. Elevage et Insemination (161): 34-42

Hormonal studies of flowers and developing fruit of the highbush blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum L.). Dissertation Abstracts International, B 36(2): 514B-515B

Hormonal studies of patients with Schistosoma mansoni infection and delayed puberty and short stature. Revista da Associacao Medica Brasileira 22(5): 154-161

Hormonal substances in human milk, cow's milk and dairy products. Journal of Food Protection 40(1): 57-64

Hormonal treatment and accelerated ripening of medlar. Summary of a 3-year study. Anales del Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agrarias, Tecnologia Agraria (3): 133-143

Hormonal, anatomical and enzymatic aspects of abscission in citrus. Israel Journal of Botany 25(1/2): 99

Hormonal-induced lactation in dairy cows. Arkansas Farm Research 23(2): 5

Hormone action in the whole life of plants. Hormone action in the whole life of plants: 448

Hormone activity of potato species and other plants in different conditions of photoperiod and temperature. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 53(1): 132-146

Hormone analysis: bioassay and immunochemical methodology. Federation Proceedings 34(12): 2145-2152

Hormone and metabolite differences between lactating beef and dairy cattle. Life Sciences 16(8): 1285-1291

Hormone changes around bovine parturition. New Zealand, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries: Agricultural research in the New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries Annual report of Research Division 1974-75: ; 66-67

Hormone changes during bovine luteolysis and oestrus. New Zealand, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries: Agricultural research in the New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries Annual report of Research Division 1974-75: ; 65

Hormone chemistry. 2nd (revised) edition. Volume 1. Protein, polypeptide & peptide hormones. Hormone chemistry 2nd revised edition Volume 1 Protein, polypeptide and peptide hormones: xiv + 272

Hormone combination for the treatment of ovarian cysts in the cow (case report). Zuchthygiene 12(3): 109-112

Hormone compostion and reaction to gibberellin in dwarf wheats of different origins. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya 10(5): 750-755

Hormone concentrations in the plasma of pigs kept under different management systems. Archiv fur Experimentelle Veterinarmedizin 29(5): 711-715

Hormone concentrations in tissues, plasma and urine of fat calves treated with hormone-active anabolics. Fortschritte in der Tierphysiologie und Tierernahrung (6): 80-90

Hormone effects of zearalenone in nonhuman primates. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 3(1-2): 43-57

Hormone induced lactation in the bovine III. Dynamics of injected and endogenous hormones. Journal of Dairy Science 59(3): 504-514

Hormone induced lactation in the cow. IV. Relationships between lactational performance and hormone concentrations in blood plasma. Journal of Dairy Science 59(8): 1420-1428

Hormone levels as related to multiple ovulations. Netherlands, Instituut voor Pluimveeonderzoek "Het Spelderholt": Annual report 1975: Jaarverslag 1975: 39

Hormone levels in ewes. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 36(10): 4888

Hormone levels in the blood of fat-rumped sheep in relation to improvement using Edilbaevs. Trudy Instituta Eksperimental' noi Biologii Akademiya Nauk Kazakhskoi SSR 11: 148-151

Hormone pattern characteristics of high-yielding Kholmogor cows. Zhivotnovodstvo (10): 76-77

Hormone preparations make for good growth acceleration. Bloembollencultuur 88(Ed. Winter): 544-545

Hormone production by the ovary. Clinics in Obstetrics and Gynaecology 3(1): 63-87

Hormone receptor levels and hormone, RNA and protein metabolism in the genital tract during the oestrous cycle of the ewe. Journal of Endocrinology 73(1): 91-98

Hormone release and Ca uptake in the rat neurohypophysis. Calcium transport in contraction and secretion Proceedings of the International Symposium on Calcium Transport in Contraction and Secretion Bressanone, Italy, 12-16 May 1975: Dreifuss, J J; Grau, J D; Nordmann, J J : Italy, Consiglio Nazionale delle Richerche; Muscular Dystrophy Associations of America Inc : Calcium movements related to neurohypophysial hormone secretion: 281-286

Hormone response of dairy cows with ovarian cysts after treatment with HCG or GnRH. Theriogenology 6(4): 413-425

Hormone status during the early post-partum period. UK, University of Nottingham School of Agriculture: School of Agriculture report 1975-1976: 145

Hormone-directed transport of metabolites. Transport and transfer processes in plants [Wardlaw, IF; Passioura, JB Editors]: 433-446

Hormone-mimetic and pharmacological effects of some juvenile hormone analogs on the embryonic respiration of the spruce budworm, Choristoneura fumiferana (Clemens). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. C: Comparative Pharmacology 50(1): 81-87

Hormone-sensitive lipase of adipose tissue. Federation Proceedings 36(7): 1986-1990

Hormone-stimulated lipid synthesis in mammary culture. American Zoologist 15(2): 285-293

Hormone-substrate responses to total fasting in lean and obese mice. American Journal of Physiology 228(1): 276-283

Hormones and cancer. Hormones and cancer: xi + 394

Hormones and differentiation in plants. The developmental biology of plants and animals: 216-231

Hormones and efficiency of lactation. Archives Internationales de Physiologie et de Biochimie 84(4): 879-885

Hormones and hormonal effects in parasitic nematodes. Biochemistry of parasites and host parasite relationships: 359-372

Hormones and polymorphism of insects. Fortschritte der Zoologie 22(2-3): 93-98

Hormones and reproductive behaviour in domestic ungulates. Proceedings of the International Union of Physiological Sciences, 27th International Congress, Paris, 1977, Vol 12: 669

Hormones in nematodes. The organization of nematodes: 273-291

Hormones in pear seeds. I. Levels of gibberellins, abscisic acid, phaseic acid, dihydrophaseic acid, and two metabolites of dihydrophaseic acid in immature seeds of Pyrus communis L. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 102(1): 16-19

Hormones in pear seeds. II. Levels of abscisic acid, dihydrophaseic acid, and their metabolites in relation to seed dormancy in several Pyrus species. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 103(3): 314-317

Hormones in plants bearing nitrogen-fixing root nodules: gibberellin-like substances in Alnus glutinosa (L.) Gaertn. New Phytologist 78(2): 373-381

Hormones in plants bearing nitrogen-fixing root nodules: metabolism of zeatin in root nodules of Alnus glutinosa (L.) Gaertn. Journal of Experimental Botany 28(106): 1087-1098

Hormones in plants bearing nitrogen-fixing root nodules: partial characterisation of cytokinins from root nodules of Alnus glutinosa (L.) Gaertn. Journal of Experimental Botany 28(106): 1076-1086

Hormones in plants bearing nitrogen-fixing root nodules: the distribution of cytokinins in Vicia faba L. New Phytologist 76(3): 433-439

Hormones in plants bearing nitrogen-fixing root nodules: the nodule as a source of cytokinins in Alnus glutinosa (L.) Gaertn. New Phytologist 80(3): 557-565

Hormones in protein-calorie malnutrition. Journal of Applied Nutrition 28(2/3): 64-71

Hormones in the cambial tissues of Larch trees differing in growth rate. Lesovedenie (3): 26-33

Hormones, drugs, metals and pesticides in milk: a guide to the literature. Dairy Science Abstracts 39(7): 391-402

Hormones, nutrition, and cancer. Cancer Research 35(11 Pt. 2): 3359-3361

Hormones, second messengers, and the mammalian spermatozoon. Advances in Sex Hormone Research 1: 283-324

Horn fly control with insecticidal-salt. Journal of Animal Sciencerecd 1978; 42: 1554

Hornbeam wood as raw material for production of bleached kraft pulp. Przeglad Papierniczy 32(8): 277-282

Horner's syndrome. Australian Veterinary Journal 51(12): 588-589

Horner's syndrome in the dog and cat as an aid to diagnosis. Australian Veterinary Journal 51(7): 329-332

Horse anatomy. A pictorial approach to equine structure. Horse anatomy A pictorial approach to equine structure: 71

Horse bean plant as affected by some agricultural practices. Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor 2: 15-24

Horse breeding for meat (free range). Myasnoe konevodstvo tabunnoe: 136

Horse breeding in Denmark. Konevodstvo i Konnyi Sport (7): 38-40

Horse breeding in Yakutia. Konevodstvo i Konnyi Sport (10): 8-9

Horse breeding in the Altai foothills. Nauchnye Trudy Vsesoyuznyi Nauchno Issledovatel' skii Institut Konevodstva 28: 33-40, 211

Horse breeding in the Mongolian Democratic Republic. Konevodstvo i Konnyi Sport (10): 38-39

Horse breeding in the Netherlands. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 9(3): 271-272

Horse chestnut. Nase Liecive Rastliny 14(4): 112-113

Horse diseases. Supervision of the health of mares, sterility in mares, foal diseases, foal orthopaedics, legal liability for injections. 4th meeting of the Horse Diseases Section of the German Veterinary Association, Munich, 1975. Pferdekrankheiten Stutengesundheitsdienst, Stutensterilitat, Fohlenerkrankungen Fohlenorthopadie, Haftpflicht des Tierarztes bei Injektionen 4 Arbeitstagung der Fachgruppe "Pferdekrankheiten" der DVG in Munchen, 1975: 196

Horse diseases: supervision of the health of mares, sterility in mares, foal diseases, foal orthopaedics, legal liability for injections. Proceedings of the 4th meeting of Horse Diseases Group of the German Veterinary Medical Society, Munich 1975. Pferdekrankheiten Stutengesundheitsdienst, Stutensterilitat, Fohlenerkrankungen, Fohlenorthopadie, Haftpflicht des Tierarztes bei Injektionen: viii + 196

Horse flies (Dipt., Tabanidae) new to Norway. Norwegian Journal of Entomology 24(2): 177

Horse flies of Arizona. IV. Notes on and keys to the adult Tabanidae of Arizona, subfamily Tabanidae, genus Tabanus (Diptera). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 77(1): 15-33

Horse meat production in France. Bulletin Technique d' Information (283): 747-759

Horse owner's handbook. Horse owner' s handbook: xv + 420

Horse-flies (Tabanidae, Diptera) of the families Haematopota Meig. and Heptatoma Meig. of the steppe zone in Slovakia on grazing cattle. Acta Zootechnica 29: 139-156

Horsebean protein supplements in breadmaking. 2. Effect on physical dough properties, baking quality, and amino acid composition. Cereal Chemistry 52(6): 791-800

Horseflies (Diptera, Tabanidae) of the central Slovakian district. Entomologicke Problemy 12: 211-272

Horsenettle control in pastures of Sabine County, Texas. Proceedings 28th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 82-90

Horseradish cultivars and their mechanized culture. B"lgarski Plodove, Zelenchutsi i Konservi (10): 27-29

Horses and horsemanship. Horses and horsemanship (Ed. 5): 546

Horses for courses in the bean field. Commercial Grower (4159): 447-448

Horticultural Division. Nutrition and growth studies with oil poppies. Department of Agriculture, Tasmania: Australia, Tasmania, Department of Agriculture: Annual Report for 1973-74: 27

Horticultural and biological properties of some summer apple varieties grown in the vicinity of Pec. Jugoslovensko Vocarstvo 9(33/34): 107-112

Horticultural and viticultured problems in the Moldavian SSR. Productia Vegetala, Horticultura 26(11): 35-42

Horticultural crops in a Mediterranean climate: 25 hectares of experimental crops in Abu Dhabi Emirate. Pepinieristes Horticulteurs Maraichers (178): 15-27

Horticultural crops. Summary of experiments, studies and surveys, 1975. Horticultural crops Summary of experiments, studies and surveys, 1975: 81

Horticultural description and performance studies of some dahlia cultivars. Progressive Horticulture 7(3): 29-38

Horticultural education, research and enterprises in Ghana. Chronica Horticulturae 14(3): 37-39

Horticultural machinery. Horticultural machinery: 194

Horticultural manipulations to modify branching habits in hevea. Scientific Symposium, Part 1, Cochin, India, September 1974, Text of Papers, v1 (session B(16)): 6

Horticultural meeting 1974. Kertgazdasag 7(1): 1-74

Horticultural research reports for 1974 of the experiment stations and demonstration farms of the Rhineland Department of Agriculture. Gartenbauliche Versuchsberichte 1974 der Versuchsanstalten und Beispielsbetriebe fur Gartenbau: 310

Horticultural research reports for 1975 of the experiment stations and demonstration farms of the Rhineland Department of Agriculture. Gartenbauliche Versuchsberichte 1975 der Versuchsanstalten und Beispielsbetriebe fur Gartenbau der Landwirtschaftskammer Rheinland: 317

Horticultural research reports for 1976 of the experimental stations and demonstration farms of the Rhineland Department of Agriculture. Gartenbauliche Versuchsberichte 1976 der Versuchsanstalten und Beispielsbetrie e fur Gartenbau der Landwirtschaftskammer Rheinland: 283

Horticultural research reports for 1977 of the experiment stations and demonstration farms of the Rheinland Department of Agriculture. Gartenbauliche Versuchsberichte 1977 der Versuchsanstalten und Beispielbetriebe fur Gartenbau: 346

Horticultural training in tropical Africa. Chronica Horticulturae 16(3): 21-23

Horticultural weed control in Oregon. Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1975 (Vol.30): 180

Horticulture Industry. Horticulture Industry (February): 119

Horticulture and special crops. Market Commentary, Horticulture and Special Crops, Agriculture Canada (December): 1-65

Horticulture and special crops (December 1975). Horticulture and special crops December 1975: 83

Horticulture and the New Zealand economy - some suggested developments in horticultural economics. Discussion Paper, Department of Agricultural Economics and Farm Management, Massey University (55): 15

Horticulture and the New Zealand economy. Some suggested developments in horticultural economics. Acta Horticulturae (77): 355-365

Horticulture develops new strawberry cultivar. MAFES Research Highlights 38(7): 3

Horticulture in N.E. region. Yojana 21(3): 9-10

Horticulture in New Zealand. HortScience 12(6): 539-542

Horticulture in Rwanda. Bulletin Agricole du Rwanda 9(4): 274-277

Horticulture in Tanzania. The present position. Vol. 1. National aspects. Vol. 2. Regional profiles. Horticulture in Tanzania The present position Vol 1 National aspects Vol 2 Regional profiles: 42 ; 89 , annexes

Horticulture in a developing society. Scientific Horticulture 26: 9-14

Horticulture in the EEC: policy from first principles. Acta Horticulturae (40): 79-85

Horticulture in the GDR.. Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Humboldt Universitat zu Berlin, Mathematisch Naturwissenschaftliche Reihe 24(3): 317-376

Horticulture in the dry tropics. Queensland Agricultural Journal 102(3): 257-264

Horticulture programme. Report of the Faculty of Agriculture, University of the West Indies, 1972-1973: 110-112

Horticulture quo vadis?. Publikasies van die Universiteit van Pretoria (124): 39

Horticulture special. British Farmer and Stockbreeder 5(121): 38. . .51

Horticulture's action band in the spectrum of the World's food supply. HortScience 11(3, I): 186-188

Horticulture, Research Report 1976. Horticulture, Research Report 1976: 129

Horticulture, research report 1977. Horticulture, research report 1977: 118

Horticulture. Research report 1975. Horticulture Research report 1975: 126

Horticulture: a select bibliography. FAO Plant Production and Protection Papers (1): 50

Horticulture: research report 1976. Horticulture: research report 1976: 129

Horticulturists study use of gibberellic acid and chilling on azaleas. MAFES Research Highlights 37(10): 2

Hospital malnutrition. Journal of Home Economics 69(1): 13-15

Hospital morbidity in the Fiji islands with special reference to the saccharine disease. South African Medical Journal 49(36): 1481-1485

Hospital records of hydatid disease in Victoria for 1970 to 1974. Medical Journal of Australia 2(15): 493-495

Hospitalized cases of bronchopulmonary aspergillosis in infants and small children. Mycopathologia 57(3): 149-153

Host and distributional records for the tick Amblyomma inornatum (Banks) (Acarina: Ixodidae), with descriptions of the immature stages. Journal of Medical Entomology 12(5): 493-496

Host and seasonal associations of Echinorhynchus salmonis (Acanthocephala: Echinorhynchidae) in Lake Michigan fishes. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada 34(3): 325-331

Host and site factors in southern pine beetle infestations. Southern pine beetle symposium March 7-8, 1974, Texas AandM University Memorial Student Center, College Station, Texas: ; 32-34

Host and virus specific RNA polymerases in alfalfa mosaic virus infected tobacco. Annales de Microbiologie 127a(1): 183-192

Host antigens and parasite antigens of murine Schistosoma mansoni. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 71(2): 144-148

Host associations and seasonal occurrence of fleas from southeastern Wisconsin mammals with observations on morphologic variations. Journal of Medical Entomology 13(2): 179-192

Host associations of small mammal ectoparasites collected in the Orient. Kalikasan 4(2): 145-154

Host capacity of Dermestes larvae for biohelminths. 20th World Veterinary Congress, Thessaloniki, Greece, 1975 Summaries Volume 1: 257-258

Host castration as a parasitic strategy. Evolution 29(2): 335-352

Host categories based on host-parasite relationships and their role in the ontogenesis of helminths. Khelmintologiya, Sofia (2): 32-41

Host complement in the schistosomal tegument. Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 79(9): 205-206

Host control of scopolin accumulation in infected potato tissue. Physiological Plant Pathology 9(2): 199-203

Host correlated variation in Trialeurodes rara Singh and Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) (Aleyrodidae: Homoptera: Insecta). Current Science 45(6): 223-225

Host defense in cryptococcosis. I. An in vivo model for evaluating immune response. International Archives of Allergy and Applied Immunology 57(2): 101-113

Host defense in malnutrition. Pediatrics 59(4): 490-495

Host defense mechanisms against infectious bovine rhinotracheitis virus. II. Inhibition of viral plaque formation by immune peripheral blood lymphocytes. Cellular Immunology 17(1): 43-56

Host defenses against influenza virus: the role of anti-hemagglutinin antibody. Journal of Immunology 115(2): 434-439

Host detection by wild and lab-cultured olive flies. The host plant in relation to insect behaviour and reproduction: 209-214

Host feeding patterns of Connecticut mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae). American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 26(3): 547-552

Host fixation of some dactylophorid gregarines, parasitic in chilopod myriapoda. Ultrastructural study. Journal of Protozoology 23(4): 15A-16A

Host immune responses after administration of inactivated Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus vaccines. I. Description and characterization of adoptive transfer by immune spleen cells. II. Kinetics of neutralizing antibody responses in donors and adoptively immunized recipients. Journal of Infectious Diseases 134(1): 30-47

Host immunoglobulins associated with Trypanosoma brucei gambiense from a non-responsive host. Journal of Protozoology 23(2): 17A

Host induced changes of the virulence of eggplant mosaic virus (EMV). Surinaamse Landbouw 24(1): 19-29

Host infection in incompatible interactions between R10 genotypes of potato and races of Phytophthora infestans. Potato Research 20: 272

Host instar, habitat, and host exposure affecting parasitization by Hexacola sp. near websteri of Hippelates collusor. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 69(1): 42-44

Host list of Indiana aphids (Homoptera: Aphididae). Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 1975; 84: 307-312

Host location by the horn fly: field evaluation of an artificial device for measuring attraction to various stimuli. Environmental Entomology, 73: 375-378

Host location of schistosome miracidia. Rhodesia Science News 6(11): 322-323

Host nutrition in relation to infection by the reniform nematode Rotylenchulus reniformis. Simposio Internacional XII de Nematologia, Sociedad Europea de Nematologos, 1-7 Septiembre, 1974, Granada, Spain: 78

Host of the Encyrtidae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea). Memoirs of the College of Agriculture, Ehime University 19: 185-204

Host parasite relationship in bird malaria. Abstracts of the 1st National Congress of Parasitology, Baroda, 24-26 February, 1977: 66-67

Host parasite relationships and intraspecific variation in the strigeoid trematode Posthodiplostomum minimum (Trematoda: Diplostomatidea ). Dissertation Abstracts International 36B: 611-612

Host plant accessibility to pathogens. Review of Plant Protection Research 9: 58-71

Host plant control of the inheritance of dinitrogen fixation in the Pisum-Rhizobium symbiosis. Euphytica 24(3): 767-770

Host plant preferences of Oscinella spp. (Diptera: Chloropidae) in the laboratory. Annals of Applied Biology, 893: 379-386

Host plant reactions, physical properties and serology of three isolates of Andean potato latent virus from Peru. Annals of Applied Biology 86(3): 373-380

Host plant records of sugarcane mite, Schizotetranychus andropogoni Hirst. Entomologists! Newsletter 6(10): 56

Host plant relationships of Phyllotreta nemorum L. (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). I. Field studies. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Entomologie 84(4): 396-407

Host plant relationships of the cowpea pod borer, Cydia ptychora (Meyr.). Tropical Grain Legume Bulletin (5): 10

Host plant resistance and ecological studies on the rice stink bug Oebalus pugnax (Fabricius). Dissertation Abstracts International, B 35(1): 83B

Host plant resistance and the spread of plant viruses. Environmental Entomology 5(5): 827-832

Host plant resistance to cotton insects. Miscellaneous Publication, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station (1276): 143-151

Host plant resistance to pests. A symposium sponsored by the Division of Pesticide Chemistry at the 174th Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Chicago, IL, Aug. 31-Sept. 1, 1977. Host plant resistance to pests A symposium sponsored by the Division of Pesticide Chemistry at the 174th Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Chicago, IL, Aug 31 Sept 1, 1977: x + 286

Host plant resistance to the greenhouse white fly (Trialeurodes vaporariorum Westw.) in the tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) and related species, especially Solanum pennellii Correll. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 36(6): 2549B-2550B

Host plant resistance to the sorghum shootfly, Atherigona soccata (Rondani) and its genetic analysis. Entomologists' Newsletter 5(2): 5-6

Host plant selection by Cryptorrhynchus lapathi L. (poplar weevil). Bulletin SROP: 103-107

Host plants and parasites of some Arizona seed-feeding insects. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 69(2): 195-201

Host plants of Fomes annosus in Great Britain. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 66(3): 517-519

Host plants of Heliothis armigera Hubner (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Labdev Journal of Science and Technology, B Life Sciences 1977? recd 1978; 13(3/4): 254-256

Host plants of Heterodera rostochiensis Woll. (race A) and Heterodera pallida (race E) from the family Solanaceae. Archiv fur Phytopathologie und Pflanzenschutz 11(3): 233-244

Host plants of Radopholus similis in Natal. Nematropica 5(2): 25

Host plants of fireblight and their importance in the dispersal of the disease. Erwerbsobstbau 18(3): 33-36

Host plants of froghoppers (Cercopidae). Publicacao, Comissao de Combate a Cigarrinha no Estado de Pernambuco (5): 86

Host plants of pear fireblight. Revue Horticole Suisse 50(12): 399-419

Host plants of the boll weevil. Environmental Entomology 4(1): 19-26

Host plants of the carpenter bee, Xylocopa brasilianorum L. (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) in Puerto Rico. Journal of Agriculture of University of Puerto Rico 60(4): 639-660

Host plants of the race of Ditylenchus dipsaci which infests bean. Redia 55: 99-108

Host plants of the stem nematode (Ditylenchus dipsaci). Ciencia Biologica, Portugal 1(3): 57-59

Host plants of the tobacco thrips in Bulgaria. Rasteniev"dni Nauka 14(10): 139-144

Host plants range and symptoms of wheat dwarf virus. Vedecke Prace Vyzkumnych Ustavu Rostlinne Vyroby v Praze Ruzyni 17: 151-162

Host plants, behavior, and distribution of the eucerine bees Idiomelissodes duplocincta (Cockerell) and Syntrichalonia exquisita (Cresson) (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae). Pan Pacific Entomologist 51(3): 236-242

Host preference and selection of Diaphania indica Saunders (Lep., Pyralidae). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 24(1/3): 159-173

Host preference and trypanosome infection rates of Glossina morsitans morsitans Westwood in the Republic of Zambia. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 71(1): 101-107

Host preference by the small brown planthopper and green rice leafhopper on barley and water foxtail (I). Korean Journal of Plant Protection 15(4): 179-184

Host preference in Diacrisia obliqua Walker (Lepidoptera-Arctiidae) in the field. Science and Culture 41(12): 604-606

Host preference in Diaphorina citri Kuwayama, vector of greening disease of citrus in India. Indian Journal of Entomology 1977; 38(2): 196-197

Host preference in the Tasmanian eucalypt defoliating Paropsini (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) with particular reference to Chrysophtharta bimaculata (Olivier) and C. agricola (Chapuis). Journal of the Australian Entomological Society 14(4): 387-394

Host preference of Argina cribraria Clerk (Lepidoptera). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 22(1/3): 193-199

Host preference of Pissodes strobi Peck (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) reared from three native hosts. Journal of Chemical Ecology 3(4): 377-389

Host preference of solanaceous medicinal plants by Epilachna vigintioctopunctata F. (Coccinellidae: Coleoptera) and fate of solasodine in the damaged leaves of Solanum aviculare Forst. Science and Culture 42(2): 125-126

Host preference studies of Aphis craccivora, Koch. Research Journal of Mahatma Phule Agricultural University 5(1): 28-35

Host preferences of Aedes trivittatus (Diptera: Culicidae) in central Iowa. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 24(5): 889-893

Host preferences of Hypsipyla robusta (Moore) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in West Java. Australian Forestry 39(2): 103-112

Host race formation among sympatric apple, walnut, and plum populations of the codling moth, Laspeyresia pomonella. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 68(6): 1053-1060

Host range and complex character of tobacco mosaic virus strain from Plantago major found in Southern Bohemia. Ochrana Rostlin 13: 189-195

Host range and distribution of Monoctonus nervosus (Hal.) (Hymenoptera: Aphidiidae). Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Entomologie 75(2): 212-224

Host range and properties of tobacco stunt virus. Canadian Journal of Botany 53(21): 2425-2434

Host range and properties of urd bean leaf crinkle virus. Indian Phytopathology 1976; 28(3): 430-431

Host range and taxonomy of Peronospora on crucifers. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 69(1): 111-116

Host range and the distribution of the powdery mildews in Turkey. Journal of Turkish Phytopathology 3(1/2): 1-27

Host range and vectors of Nematospora coryli Peglion in Kerman of Iran. Iranian Journal of Plant Pathology 10(3/4): 86-91; 34-39

Host range characteristics of the primate coccidian, Isospora arctopitheci Rodhain 1933 (Protozoa: Eimeriidae). Journal of Parasitology 63(1): 32-35

Host range comparisons of five serotypes of caliciviruses. American Journal of Veterinary Research 38(1): 101-105

Host range of Achlya caroliniana Coker on certain fresh water fishes. Mykosen 21(10): 355-358

Host range of Achlya orion Coker & Couch on certain freshwater fishes. Mycopathologia 64(1): 49-51

Host range of Achlya prolifera (Nees) de Bary on certain fresh water teleosts. Mycopathologia 61(1): 61-62

Host range of Coccinia isolate of Colletotrichum lagenarium. Indian Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology 1976; 5(2): 214

Host range of Curvularia pallescens, the incitant of leaf spot of maize. Indian Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology 1978; 7(1): 92-93

Host range of Cuscuta chinensis. Science and Culture 41(7): 331-332

Host range of Nectria galligena Bres. and the pathogenicity of some Northern Ireland isolates. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 68(2): 185-192

Host range of Rhicnopeltella spp, (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae). New Zealand Entomologist 6(2): 194-196

Host range of Saprolegnia ferax (Gruith) Thuret on certain fresh water teleosts. Current Science 46(3): 87

Host range of groundnut mosaic virus of Tamil Nadu. Madras Agricultural Journal 61(1/2): 31-34

Host range of maize chlorotic dwarf virus. Plant Disease Reporter 60(5): 374-377

Host range of the burrowing nematode Radopholus similis (Cobb, 1893) Thorne, 1949. Indian Journal of Nematology 1977; 5(2): 255-257

Host range of the mite, Brevipalpus californicus (Banks) infesting citrus. Science and Culture 42(2): 106-107

Host range of the variegated cutworm on vegetables: a bibliography. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America 22(4): 409-415

Host range of two Protomycopsis species from India. Sydowia 1977; 29(1/6): 272-274

Host range studies of groundnut rosette virus of Tamil Nadu. Madras Agricultural Journal 61(3/4): 73-75

Host range, differential host studies and pathogenic variation. International Meloidogyne Project Proceedings of the research planning conference on root knot nematodes, Meloidogyne, spp, 12-16 January, 1976, Raleigh, NC, USA: 33-38

Host range, geographic distribution and physiologic races of the maize downy mildews. Tropical Agricultural Research Series (8): 63-80

Host range, some properties and beetle transmission of four isolates of Andean potato latent virus from Peru. Abstracts of Conference Papers of the 6th Triennial Conference of the EAPR Diseases and defects: 103

Host range, wild host significance, and in-field spread of Liriomyza trifolii and population build-up and effects of its parasites in relation to fall and winter celery (Diptera: Agromyzidae). Research Report, Belle Glade AREC, Florida Agricultural Experiment Station (EV-1975-5): 18

Host ranges of viruses in the PVY-group. Monograph Series, Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations (5): 225

Host reaction of plum line-pattern virus to different Prunus species and plum varieties. Punjab Horticultural Journal 15(1/2): 41-43

Host reactions to animal parasites. Wirtstierreaktionen auf Zooparasiten: 378

Host record of some midges from southern Maharashtra. Entomologists' Newsletter 7(7/8): 33

Host records and bionomics of Melittobia japonica Masi (Hymenoptera, Eulophidae). Bulletin of the Tohoku National Agricultural Experiment Station (47): 115-131

Host records for Lepidoptera reared in eastern North America. Technical Bulletin, Agricultural Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture (1521): 49

Host records of a tachinid fly, Turanogonia chinensis Wiedemann. Kontyu 43(4): 462

Host records of insect pests of crops. Plant Protection Bulletin, FAO 1976; 23(6): 191-192

Host relationships and utility of pathogens. Huffaker, CB and Messenger, PS Editors Theory and practice of biological control: 169-185

Host resistance to Diatraea saccharalis (F.) - evaluation of entries in Louisiana sugarcane varietal trials, 1969-71. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 36(1): 81B

Host resistance to Diatraea saccharalis (F.): relationship of sugarcane internode hardness to larval damage. Environmental Entomology 4(5): 687-688

Host resistance to cattle tick (Boophilus microplus) in Brahman (Bos indicus) cattle. I. Responses of previously unexposed cattle to four infestations with 20,000 larvae. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 26(6): 1073-1080

Host resistance to cattle tick (Boophilus microplus) in Brahman (Bos indicus) cattle. II. The dynamics of resistance in previously unexposed and exposed cattle. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 29(2): 395-400

Host resistance to cattle tick (Boophilus microplus) in Brahman (Bos indicus) cattle. II. The dynamics of resistance in previously unexposed and exposed cattle. III. Growth on previously unexposed animals. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 29(2): 395-409

Host resistance to cattle tick (Boophilus microplus) in Brahman (Bos indicus) cattle. III. Growth on previously unexposed animals. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 29(2): 401-409

Host resistance to the fir engraver beetle, Scolytus ventralis (Coleoptera: Scolytidae). 2. Repellency of Abies grandis resins and some monoterpenes. Canadian Entomologist 109(1): 95-100

Host resistance to the fir engraver beetle. 1. Monoterpene composition of Abies grandis pitch blisters and fungus-infected wounds. Canadian Journal of Botany 54(1/2): 14-18

Host resistance to the fir engraver beetle. 3. Lesion development and containment of infection by resistant Abies grandis inoculated with Trichosporium symbioticum. Canadian Journal of Botany 55(17): 2358-2365

Host resistance to the potato cyst nematode. Proceedings of the 30th New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference, 8-10 August, 1977, Johnsonville, New Zealand: 56-60

Host response of Tribolium confusum larvae to infection with Hymenolepis microstoma and H. diminuta. Dissertation Abstracts International 33B(8): 4047

Host responses. Ecological aspects of parasitology: 115-141

Host responses induced and elicited by cercariae, schistosomula, and cercarial antigenic preparations. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 26(6 Pt 2): 88-95

Host responses of aspen roots to decay columns containing Ganoderma applanatum, a Coprinus sp. or Fomes igniarius. Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society 1976; 2: 46

Host seeking in Trissolcus grandis and Telenomus chloropus, egg-parasites of Eurygaster integriceps. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 54(6): 922-927

Host selection and attack behavior of Dendroctonus ponderosae Hopkins (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) in Ponderosa Pine of eastern Washington. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 35(7): 3367

Host selection and chemoreception in the carrot rust fly (Psila rosae F., Dipt. Psilidae): extraction and isolation of oviposition stimulants and their perception by the female. Colloques Internationaux du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique: 357-372

Host selection and colonization by some spruce bark beetles. The host plant in relation to insect behaviour and reproduction: 287-290

Host selection and ecology of marine digenean larvae. Fourth European marine biology symposium Bangor, NWales, September 1969: 179-196

Host selection and its consequences. Ecological aspects of parasitology: 21-39

Host selection by Telenomus remus, a parasite of Spodoptera littoralis eggs. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 17(3): 391-396

Host selection by Trypodendron lineatum. Naturwissenschaften 62(11): 539

Host selection by bark beetles in the mixed-conifer forests of California. The host plant in relation to insect behaviour and reproduction: 301

Host selection by some bark beetles (Col., Scolytidae). I. Studies of primary attraction with chemical stimuli. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Entomologie 85(1): 66-76

Host selection by some bark beetles (Col., Scolytidae). II. Studies of pheromones and other stimuli. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Entomologie 85(2): 141-153

Host selection of the European corn borer (Ostrinia nubilalis Hbn.) populations in Hungary. The host plant in relation to insect behaviour and reproduction: 191-195

Host specialization in Chondrilla fungi. Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds, Rome, 1971: 134-139

Host specialization of Puccinia graminis ssp. graminicola Urb. Phytopathologische Zeitschrift 84(1): 57-65

Host specificities of five bacteriophages isolated from Xanthomonas oryzae. Botanical Bulletin of Academia Sinica 15(1): 28-35

Host specificity and biology of Urophora cardui (Diptera: Tephritidae), a biocontrol agent for Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense). Canadian Entomologist 107(10): 1101-1110

Host specificity and lack of hybridization of moniliformis clarki (Ward 1917) Chandler 1921 and Moniliformis moniliformis (Bremser 1811) Travassos 1915. Journal of Parasitology 61(6): 991-995

Host specificity and pre-selection of Rhizobium japonicum strains for soyabean cv. Santa-Rosa, Vicoja and IAC-2. Bragantia 35(1): 1-11

Host specificity in the genus Matsucoccus (Homoptera: Margarodidae) with special reference to the host plants of M. pini. Classification of Matsucoccus species according to their hosts. Annales des Sciences Forestieres 32(3): 157-168

Host specificity in the symbiosis Rhizobium-Vigna sinensis (L.) Endl. in four cultivars. Ciencia e Cultura 29: 35

Host specificity of Neochetina bruchi Hustache (Coleoptera Curculionidae) a biological control agent for waterhyacinth. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 14(June): 59-64

Host specificity of Plagiorchis elegans in relation to its life-cycle. Problemy parazitologii Trudy VII Nauchnoi Konferentsii Parazitologov USSR Part 1: 422-424

Host specificity of Sameodes albiguttalis in Argentina, a biological control agent for waterhyacinth. Environmental Entomology, 72: 322-328

Host specificity of Sarcocystis spp. in sheep and cattle. Australian Veterinary Journal 52(1): 48

Host specificity of gastro-intestinal nematodes of roe deer, sheep and cattle . Zeitschrift fur Jagdwissenschaft 21(3): 164-182

Host specificity of helminths: some general aspects of this question. Acta Parasitologica Lituanica 14: 3-8

Host specificity of insects in a community of three co-dominant Eucalyptus species. Australian Journal of Ecology 2(1): 89-106

Host specificity of mistletoe in Middle Tennessee. I: Rutherford County. Castanea 41(1): 31-33

Host specificity of mistletoe in Middle Tennessee. II: Maury County. Castanea 41(1): 71-72

Host specificity of phytophagous organisms and the evolutionary centres of plant genera or sub-genera. Entomophaga 19(3): 301-309

Host specificity of powdery mildew fungi on tobacco and other hosts occurring in the vicinity of tobacco fields. Phytophylactica 9(1): 1-4

Host specificity of the purslane sawfly and its response to selected pesticides. HortScience 11(6): 580-582

Host susceptibility, histopathologic, and transmission studies on Ceratomyxa shasta, a myxosporidan parasite of salmonid fish. Dissertation Abstracts International 36B: 1583

Host temperature and the transmission of arboviruses by mosquitoes. Mosquito News 36(4): 472-477

Host tree location behavior of a tropical vine (Monstera gigantea) by skototropism. Science, New York 190(4216): 804-806

Host, fungal and cultural factors affecting control of hop powdery mildew. Annals of Applied Biology 81(3): 441-442

Host-capacity of larvae of Dermestes for bio-helminths. Proceedings of the 20th World Veterinary Congress, 6-12 July, 1975, Thessaloniki, Greece Volume 1: 679-684

Host-feeding patterns of Culex (Melanoconion) and Culex (Aedinus) mosquitoes collected in Panama. Journal of Medical Entomology 12(2): 205-209

Host-feeding patterns of Florida mosquitoes. V. Wyeomyia. Journal of Medical Entomology 14(4): 477-479

Host-finding behaviour of the rat flea Nosopsyllus fasciatus (Bosc.). Biologia, Pakistan 20(2): 147-150

Host-finding capacity of Rhyssella approximator, ectoparasite of the alder woodwasp. Lesnoi Zhurnal (2): 31-35

Host-finding in Trissolcus grandis, an egg-parasite of Eurygaster integriceps. Insect chemoreception, No 2 Proceedings of the II All Union Symposium on Insect Chemoreception, Vilnius, 25-27 of June, 1975: 171-175

Host-induced histochemical variations in Telorchis bonnerensis (Trematoda: Telorchiidae). Journal of Parasitology 62(1): 152-153

Host-parasite and host-predator interactions in the gall thrips Schedothrips orientalis Anan. (Insecta: Thysanoptera). Entomon 2(2): 247-251

Host-parasite catalogue of the egg-inhabiting Aphelinid genera Centrodora Foerster, 1878, and Tumidiscapus Girault, 1911 (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea). Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 44(2): 287-298

Host-parasite interaction in leaves of tobacco and spinach following infection by compatible and incompatible races of Peronospora. Current topics in plant pathology [1]: 49-52

Host-parasite interactions and serology in bovine fascioliasis. Over, HJ; Armour, J Editors Facts and reflections II Workshop on fascioliasis, Parasit Dep Cent Diergeneeskundig Inst, Lelystad, Netherlands, 22-24 May, 1975: ; 73-80

Host-parasite interactions between larvae of the gypsy moth, Lymantria dispar (L.) (Lepidoptera: Lymantridae) and the entomogenous fungus, Nomuraea rileyi (Farlow) Samson (Moniliales: Moniliaceae). Applied Entomology and Zoology, 131: 23-28

Host-parasite interactions in ten spring and winter wheat cultivars inoculated with fourteen isolates of Septoria nodorum (Berk.) Berk. Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society 3: 320

Host-parasite mineral composition in plants infected with Orobanchaceae. Agricoltura Italiana 106(2): 153-165

Host-parasite relations between Oligochaeta and helminths. Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne 22(4-5): 413-415

Host-parasite relations in Candida infections. Gaceta Medica de Mexico 109(2): 115-124

Host-parasite relations in a mycoparasite III. Morphological and biochemical differences in the parasitic- and axenic-culture spores of Piptocephalis virginiana. Mycologia 67(2): 382-391

Host-parasite relations in cotton rat filariasis. I: The quantitative transmission and subsequent development of Litomosoides carinii infections in cotton rats and other laboratory animals. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 70(3): 303-312

Host-parasite relations in cotton rat filariasis. II: The quantitative transmission of Litomosoides carinii to Delhi and Carworth strains of white rats, including the effect of age. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 70(3): 313-322

Host-parasite relations of Rotylenchulus reniformis on Lycopersicum esculentum. Simposio Internacional XII de Nematologia, Sociedad Europea de Nematologos, 1-7 Septiembre, 1974, Granada, Spain: 78-79

Host-parasite relations of Rotylenchulus reniformis on onion (Allium cepa L.). Phytopathologia Mediterranea 16(1): 11-13

Host-parasite relationship and control of the citrus nematodes in the Philippines. Phase II. Evaluation of nematode damage on citrus. NSDB Technology Journal 1(2): 8-15

Host-parasite relationship between intestinal cestodes and their hosts, with special reference to immune dependent reactions between Hymenolepis diminuta and its host. Tropical and Geographical Medicine 30(1): 155-156

Host-parasite relationship in Helminthosporium leaf spot of sorghum. Philippine Agriculturist 57(5/6): 210-218

Host-parasite relationship in trichiniasis - a comparative study of different strains of Trichinella spiralis. Dissertation Abstracts International 32B(5): 3084

Host-parasite relationship of Angiostrongylus cantonensis in Lymnaea palustris. I. Intramolluscan larval growth and development. Experimental Parasitology 39(3): 377-381

Host-parasite relationship of Angiostrongylus cantonensis in Lymnaea palustris. II. Histopathology. Experimental Parasitology 39(3): 382-392

Host-parasite relationship of Angiostrongylus cantonensis in Lymnaea palustris. III. Oxygen uptake of Lymnaea palustris. Experimental Parasitology 39(3): 393-400

Host-parasite relationship of Pratylenchus vulnus in roots of grape variety 'Thompson seedless'. Journal of Nematology 8(4): 300

Host-parasite relationship of cysticerciasis in man. Biochemistry of parasites and host parasite relationships: 385-392

Host-parasite relationship. 1 - Alkaline and acid phosphatase distribution in the silk glands of parasitized larvae of the rice moth Corcyra cephalonica (lep.: Pyralidae). Entomophaga 21(1): 93-97

Host-parasite relationship. 2 - Cholinesterase activity of the larvae of the rice moth Corcyra cephalonica (Lep.: Pyralidae) parasitized by Bracon hebetor (Hym.: Braconidae). Entomophaga 21(1): 99-101

Host-parasite relationships and influence of soil types on the lesion nematode, Pratylenchus delattrei Luc, 1958, on maize. Indian Journal of Nematology 1977; 5(2): 162-169

Host-parasite relationships and the pathogenesis of infectious disease. Infectious diseases A modern treatise of infectious processes: 34-45

Host-parasite relationships at the cellular level in T. cruzi infections. Abstracts of papers read at the 5th International Congress on Protozoology, New York City, 26 June 2 July, 1977: 5

Host-parasite relationships between Trichobilharzia ocellata and ducks previously exposed to the same parasite. Dissertation Abstracts International 35B(3): 1457-1458

Host-parasite relationships in the alimentary tract of domestic birds. Advances in Parasitology 14: 95-194

Host-parasite relationships in the vector. Scientific Publication, Pan American Health Organization: 9-13

Host-parasite relationships of Fasciola hepatica in the white mouse. VII. effects of anti-worm incubate sera on transferred worms and successful vaccination with a crude incubate antigen. Journal of Parasitology 62(2): 232-236

Host-parasite relationships of Fasciola hepatica in the white mouse. VIII. Successful vaccination with culture incubate antigens and antigens from sonic disruption of immature worms. Journal of Parasitology 63(6): 1046-1049

Host-parasite relationships of Zygocotyle lunata (Trematoda) in the domestic chick. Parasitology 77(1): 49-55

Host-parasite relationships. 1. Interference in the lipid metabolism of the cockroach, Periplaneta americana, following infection of a thelastomatid nematode, Leidynema appendiculata. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of Calcutta 23(2): 161-168

Host-parasite relationships: purification of potential antigens according to their structure. Capron, A; Lambert, PH; Ogilvie, B and Pery, P Editors Immunity in parasitic diseases Les colloques INSERM, INA, Thiverval Grignon, 5-9 Sept 1977 Volume 72: 275-290

Host-parasitoid relationship of the house fly, Musca domestica L., and the protelean parasitoid, Spalangia endius Walker (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae and Diptera: Muscidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 49(4): 483-488

Host-pathogen equilibrium between rice (Oryza sativa L.) and its pathogen Pyricularia oryzae Cav. Current Science 45(9): 333-334

Host-Pathogen Interactions: IX. Quantitative Assays of Elicitor Activity and Characterization of the Elicitor Present in the Extracellular Medium of Cultures of Phytophthora megasperma var. sojae. Plant Physiology 57(5): 751-759

Host-Pathogen Interactions: X. Fractionation and Biological Activity of an Elicitor Isolated from the Mycelial Walls of Phytophthora megasperma var. sojae. Plant Physiology 57(5): 760-765

Host-Pathogen Interactions: XI. Composition and Structure of Wall-released Elicitor Fractions. Plant Physiology 57(5): 766-774

Host-Pathogen Interactions: XIII. Extracellular Invertases Secreted by Three Races of a Plant Pathogen Are Glycoproteins Which Possess Different Carbohydrate Structures. Plant Physiology 59(6): 1104-1110

Host-pathogen interactions. 14. Isolation and partial characterization of an elicitor from yeast extract. Plant Physiology 62(1): 107-111

Host-pathogen relationships and a strategy for multilines. Annales de Phytopathologie 9(1): 21-31

Host-pathogen specificity and the new biology. Bulletin of the South African Society for Plant Pathology and Microbiology 13(1): 8

Host-phage relations in Xanthomonas oryzae as influenced by some bactericides, fungicides, insecticides and weedicides. Oryza 1976; 11(1): 45-51

Host-plant factors regulating wing production in Myzus persicae. The host plant in relation to insect behaviour and reproduction: 79-83

Host-plant finding by flying aphids. The host plant in relation to insect behaviour and reproduction: 121-123

Host-plant resistance in cucumbers : Influence of plot size and seeding rate in screening for field resistance to cucumber beetles. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 36(2): 516B

Host-plant spectrum of strawberry spider mite. Entomological News 1975; 85(5/6): 175-179

Host-plants and other foods of the lepidopterous larvae of Uruguay. Revista do Centro de Ciencias Rurais 4(2): 107-147

Host-range and possibility of pathological races in Pseudoperonospora cubensis - cause of downy mildew of muskmelon. Indian Phytopathology 1977; 29(2): 214-216

Host-ranges of cocksfoot mottle and cynosurus mottle viruses. Annals of Applied Biology 87(2): 233-235

Host-specialization studies of Sphaerotheca fuliginea (Schlecht) Poll. Acta Botanica Indica 5(1): 87-88

Host-specific pathogenicity of strains of Vibrio anguillarum isolated from rainbow trout Salmo gairdneri Richardson and saithe Pollachius virens (L.). Journal of Fish Diseases 1(1): 45-50

Host-specificity amongst arthropods ectoparasitic upon mammals and birds in the New Hebrides. Ecological Entomology 1(3): 189-199

Host-specificity and other characteristics of nematodes of the family Trichocephalidae Baird, 1853. Acta Parasitologica Lituanica 14: 21-27

Host-specificity of Echinococcus granulosus from swine in Belorussia. Trudy Belorusskii Nauchno Issledovatel' skii Veterinarnyi Institut 13: 113-116

Host-specificity of Plagiorchis noblei Park, 1936 (Plagiorchiidae: Trematoda). Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 94(3): 433-434

Host-strain relationships in symbiosis between hexaploid Trifolium ambiguum Bieb. (Caucasian clover) and strains of Rhizobium trifolii. Field Station Record 15(2): 63-71

Host-symbiont interactions. 11. The lectins of legumes interact with the O-antigen-containing lipopolysaccharides of the symbiont rhizobia. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 70(3): 729-737

Host-symbiont relationships in nodule development and nitrogen fixation. Biological nitrogen fixation in farming systems of the tropics Ayanaba, A; Dart, PJ editors: 151-152

Host-tick interactions: a review. Entomological Society of Southern Africa: Proceedings of the First Congress of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa, 1974 Stellenbosch: 195-201

Hosts and distribution of the greenhouse whitefly, Trialeurodes vaporariorum (Westwood), (Hemiptera: Homoptera: Aleyrodidae). Cooperative Plant Pest Report 2(25): 449-458

Hosts and non-hosts in subspecies of Aulacorthum solani (Kaltenbach) and intraspecific hybridizations (Homoptera: Aphididae). The host plant in relation to insect behaviour and reproduction: 187-190

Hosts and parasitoids of the Cecidomyiidae (Diptera) in the Rolling Plains of Texas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 50(2): 179-186

Hosts of Carpophilus dimidiatus. Journal of Economic Entomology 68(2): 279-280

Hosts of Fomes annosus (Fr.) Cke. in France. European Journal of Forest Pathology 7(3): 188-190

Hosts of Meloidogyne sp. on American beachgrass. Plant Disease Reporter 61(9): 776-777

Hosts of phytopathogenic mycoplasmas confirmed by electron microscopy. Ochrana Rostlin 11(1): 75-78

Hot press formulations of GNCP blended animal glue for the manufacture of CWR grade plywood. IPIRI Journal 4(3): 129-131

Hot water and chemical dips for nematode control in tubers of Dioscorea rotundata Poir. Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 60(3): 395-402

Hot water treatment improves bud-take. Pecan Quarterly 9(3): 16

Hot water treatment of Irwin mango fruit to reduce anthracnose decay. Taiwan Agriculture Quarterly 11(2): 69-78

Hot water treatment of seeds of fibre flax. Len i Konoplya (1): 29-30

Hot-air drying of sugar beet tops for feeding purposes. Zemedelska Technika 22(1): 29-41

Hot-air test of glue bonds in laminated Eastern White Spruce. Report, Eastern Forest Products Laboratory, Canada (OP-X-105E): iii + 7

Hot-and-cold open-tank impregnation of small roundwood. Holz Zentralblatt 101(78): 1025-1026

Hot-fill packaging of cheese slices. Packaging 49(574): 29

Hot-melt glue for assembly of corner mitre joints in cabinet furniture. Drevo 32(8): 244-246, 250 + smries.

Hot-press glulam - a chronic problem. Information Report, Western Forest Products Laboratory, Canada (VP-X-157): 25

Hot-setting soyabean adhesive for CWR grade plywood. IPIRI Journal 5(1): 36-37

Hot-setting tannin-urea-formaldehyde exterior wood adhesives. Adhesives Age 20(12): 27-29

Hot-water treatment of vine propagating material - urgently necessary in RSA. Deciduous Fruit Grower 27(7): 224-225, 228-231

Hothouse cucumbers. Which cultivar for 1979?. Groenten en Fruit 34(16): 42-43

Hothouse tomatoes: results of interplanting in North Brabant. Groenten en Fruit 33(42): 26-27

Hourly activity of Lutzomyia flaviscutellata (Diptera: Psychodidae), a vector of Leishmania mexicana amazonensis. Medical entomology centenary Symposium proceedings, 23-25 November, 1977: 134-135

House dust mite and house dust allergy. Annals of Allergy 37(1): 12-17

House dust mites. Journal of Medical Entomology 12(6): 577-621

House dust mites and infant-use sheepskins. Medical Journal of Australia 1(10): 302-304

House dust mites in Switzerland. I. Distribution and taxonomy. Journal of Medical Entomology 13(3): 361-373

House dust mites in Switzerland. III. Allergenic properties of the mites. Acta Allergologica 32(5): 333-349

House dust mites in Switzerland: II. Culture and control. International Journal of Acarology 3(1): 19-25

House fly genetics: inheritance patterns of phosphoglucomutase, hexokinase, and glutamate-oxaloacetate transaminase isozymes. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 711: 99-102

House fly larvae as protein source from pig manure. Folia Entomologica Hungarica 28(1): 127-136

House longhorn or innocuous forest insect?. Technical Information, Building Research Advisory Service (TIL 57): 4

House plants for the purple thumb. House plants for the purple thumb: 192

House sparrow as predator of white grub adults. Entomologists' Newsletter 6(6/7): 42

House-dust mites as asthma producers. Allergie und Immunologie 22(4): 389-392

Housefly breeding intensity in various media during different seasons: a study around Anand Campus. Gujarat Agricultural University Research Journal 2(2): 87-91

Household and unorganized activity in the rural economy - challenge for growth and transformation. Journal of the Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics 27(1): 7-24

Household consumption measures and rural development. Louisiana Rural Economist 37(3): 7-10

Household consumption of beverage milk products. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 159(4): 46-48, 50

Household expenditure patterns in Canada. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 22(2): 61-78

Household food consumption and expenditure: 1974. Annual report of the National Food Survey Committee. Household food consumption and expenditure: 1974 Annual report of the National Food Survey Committee: xi+214

Household food consumption and expenditure: 1975 with a review of the six years 1970 to 1975. Annual report of the National Food Survey Committee. Household food consumption and expenditure: 1975 with a review of the six years 1970 to 1975 Annual report of the National Food Survey Committee: xi + 236

Household income - how it relates to substandard housing in rural and Farmers Home Administration areas, by state and race, 1970. Agricultural Economic Report, Economic Research Service, US Department of Agriculture (287): 33

Household migration into a small rural Southern area. Proceedings of AAEA Meeting July/August 1977:

Household purchase response to changes in retail milk prices - some new evidence. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 57(5): 966

Household storage of stocks of rice for food use. Special Reports, Special Studies Division, Planning Service, Department of Agriculture, Philippines (5): 7

Household studies workshop. ADC Seminar Report, Agricultural Development Council (13): 8

Household surveys for basic needs: some issues. International Labour Review 117(2): 197-210

Households' self-sufficiency and production. Szovetkezeti Kutato Intezet Kozlemenyek (113): 86

Housemice bred for many generations in 2 environments. Journal of Zoology 177(2): 153-169

Housing and communities facilities in integrated rural development: a co-operative approach. Prepared for the United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Rural Housing, New York, May 17-22, 1976. Housing and communities facilities in integrated rural development: a co operative approach Prepared for the United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Rural Housing, New York, May 17-22, 1976: 17

Housing and health in an aboriginal community in Australia. Ekistics 45(267): 65-69

Housing and nutrition of psychiatric aftercare patients. American Journal of Public Health 67(2): 182-184

Housing breeding flocks of egg-producing types of domestic fowls in cages. Nas Chov 37(4): 162-163

Housing density and group size of broiler guinea-fowl reared in pens under commercial conditions. Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Akademii Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk (9): 36-38

Housing density for broilers. Revista Avicultura 19(4): 566-567

Housing density of broilers. Revista Avicultura 21(2): 183-187

Housing female arctic foxes together with their cubs. Krolikovodstvo i Zverovodstvo (6): 12

Housing for all. Yojana 20(22): 4-37

Housing for beef cattle. Irish Re ic, Agricultural Institute, Dublin: Animal production Report from Dunsinea, Moorepark and Western Research Centres Research report 1975: ; 23-24

Housing needs and satisfactions of rural North Carolina families. Technical Bulletin, North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station (246): 19

Housing of sows and boars in individual boxes contributes to higher efficiency. Revista de Cresterea Animalelor 27(4): 17-20

Housing of weaned piglets: effects on performance of rearing on floors or in batteries, the ambient temperature and diet. Journees de la Recherche Porcine en France, 1976: 317-323

Housing poultry in cages. Kletochnoe soderzhanie ptitsy (Ed. 2): 224

Housing structures for suckling cows and calves. British Patent: (1 410 659)

Housing. A bibliography. Housing research relevant to rural development. SRDC Bibliography Series, Southern Rural Development Center (5): 50

Houttuynia streptopelli a new cestode from Egyptian doves Streptopelia senegalensis. Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal 2(3/4): 151-158

Hover-flies (Syrphidae, Diptera) destroying aphids on maize. Polskie Pismo Entomologicze 44(2): 425-430

How Capitol Milk converts a 150000 ppm BOD tiger into a 300 ppm BOD kitten. American Dairy Review 38(5): 14, 16, 19

How Detroit Pure Milk wins college market. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 158(7): 42-44

How Europe's milk is becoming India's poison. Times (Friday, May 6th): p.14

How European cheese plants save costs in whey processing through reverse osmosis system. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 160(10): 116J-116M

How I designed a new dairy unit. Farm Buildings Digest 10(4): 9-11

How NPK influenced barley. Better Crops with Plant Food 61(1): 22-23, 27

How Taiwan's agriculture meets challenges in the course of accelerated economic development. Industry of Free China 49(5): 2-10

How Tongil triggered a Korean rice revolution. IRRI Reporter (3): 4

How Wegmans introduced U.P.C. on milk cartons. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 158(10): 92-93

How adjusting fiber acidity improved strength of dry-formed hardboards. Forest Products Journal 28(3): 48-50

How agribusiness operates in underdeveloped agricultures: Harvard Business School myths and reality. Development and Change 7(4): 413-443

How agriculture is becoming an advanced section of socialist society. Soviet agriculture An assessment of its contributions to economic development: 106-150

How an agricultural advisory problem in Morocco was solved. Entwicklung Zusammenarbeit (7): p.16

How an important dairy company makes consumer contact and provides information. Nordisk Mejeriindustri 4(5): 291-292

How apple yield is related to fluctuations in the weather. Grower 88(25): 1279-1280

How are we to maintain plantation standards?. Fruitteelt 66(13): 316-320

How best to apply Varroatin. Pchelovodstvo (7): 16-18

How biological weed control is working. Weeds Today 6(4): 4-5, 8-9

How birds breathe: correlation of radiographic with anatomical and pathological studies. Journal of the American Veterinary Radiology Society 17(2): 77-86

How can 'countryside' be defined, and why?. Economie Rurale (118): 3-13

How can British agriculture benefit from the expansion of tourism?. Journal of the Farmers' Club (21): 10...39

How can a hive be weighed without difficulty or expense?. Abeille de France et l' Apiculteur (582): 158-159

How can artificial materials help a rational use of water?. Deutsche Baumschule 30(1): 22-29

How can it be called yoghurt if it has been sterilised?. Milk Industry 78(1): 20, 23, 27

How can modern agriculture produce in a way that is healthy and friendly to the environment?. Forderungsdienst 25(8): 240-241

How can one monitor mineral nutrition and fertilization of market garden crops?. Pepinieristes Horticulteurs Maraichers (187): 49-51

How can one prevent bud drop in Aeschynanthus pulcher?. Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 31(3): 15

How can rates and time of nitrogen applications affect yield of cotton at various planting dates. Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor 6: 45-59

How can sheep be induced to produce more eggs. III. The influence of feeding. Sheep fertility Recent research and its application in Western Australia Proceedings of a seminar held at the University of Western Australia, Oct 16 and 17, 1974: ; 31-36

How can soil profiles damage or destroy?. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift 28(3): 195-202

How can storage rots be avoided? Favourable and unfavourable factors during the growing and storage period of seed potatoes. Kartoffelwirtschaft (40): 4pp

How can the economics of piglet production be improved?. Deutsche Geflugelwirtschaft und Schweineproduktion 27(44): 1094-1096

How can the efficiency of wood transport be raised?. Sozialistische Forstwirtschaft 26(3): 88-91

How can we combat bitter pit in apples?. Mitteilungen des Obstbauversuchsringes des Alten Landes 31(6): 143-150

How can we cope with the threat of food shortages at the world level?. Problemes Economiques (1530): 19-24

How can we make sure that forest owners can in future meet the demand for industrial wood in the W. German wood-consuming industries?. Allgemeine Forstzeitschrift 330(35): 685...689

How chilled storage affects the physiology of mushrooms. Mushroom Journal (43): 208-210,212

How commercial banks finance small farmers through agricultural credit cooperatives in India. Agricultural Finance Review 36(April): 24-31

How containers affect tubed seedlings 5 years after planting. Tree Planters' notes1975; 26(1): 35-37

How cooperative uses high-speed fat-test system. American Dairy Review 37(7): 48-50

How cotton acreage, yield, and production respond to price changes. Agricultural economics research US Dept of Agriculture Economics Statistics and Cooperatives Service 30(2): 10-15

How craftsmen and home hobbyists can make and use wood-plastic composite materials. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report, North Central Forest Experiment Station (NC-10): i + 9

How cucumbers respond to variation in nutrition. Grower 89(4): 197, 199-201

How cutting schedules and varieties affect yield, quality, and stand life. Marble, V L Collator: USA, University of California, Cooperative Extension: Proceedings of the 4th California alfalfa symposium, Fresno, California, December 4-5, 1974: 47-57

How deserts grow. Giving ground. Economist 264(6989): 35-39

How did Tellus perform in the drought year of 1975 compared with the other new barley varieties?. Weibulls arsbok 1977: 8-11

How differences in state unemployment insurance provisions would affect benefit payments to agricultural workers. Agricultural Finance Review 36(April): 50-59

How dirty does double glass become?. Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 32(47): 58-59

How do Ohio farmers choose hybrid seed corn?. [Publication] Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, Ohio State University; (ESO 358): 4

How do farmers react to a specific development project? Telepromotion rurale. Comment les agriculteurs reagissent ils a une action particuliere de developpement? La telepromotion rurale: 48

How do nematodes persist in the soil?. Pepinieristes, Horticulteurs et Marachers 155: 31-35

How do parasites affect their hosts? The role of the immune reaction in parasite-host relationships. Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau 30(10): 353-359

How do we force bunched capsicums?. Kerteszeti Kutato Intezet Kozlemenyei (3): 23

How do we make one-year feathered apple tree?. Fruitteelt (Christmas): 1298-1301

How do we manage understocked stands?. Proceedings, Permanent Association Committees, Western Forest Conservation Association, Spokane, Washington, December 1974: 120-124

How do you irrigate wheat in our Central Zone?. Investigacion y Progreso Agricola 8(1): 11-12

How do you thin a root rot replant block?. Yearbook, California Avocado Society (Vol. 56): 39-43

How do you want your yoghurt, with or without bacteria? A review of the controversy. Cultured Dairy Products Journal 10(2): 18, 20, 22

How do you want your yogurt: With or without bacteria?. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 159(4): 59-60, 62, 64

How do your pulping methods compare to 125 kraft mills in the United States and Canada? (3). Continuous digesters pulping sawdust and shavings. Tappi 60(11): 116-119

How does agribusiness operate in underdeveloped agricultures? Harvard Business School myths and realities. Research Reports, Tampere Peace Research Institute (12): 119-157

How does alveolar Echinococcus grow?. Tropenmedizin und Parasitologie 29(1): 1-11

How does early weaning affect the flock?. Rural Research (93): 27-29

How does the female locust dig her oviposition hole?. Journal of Entomology, A 1976; 50(3): 175-181

How does the genome congeal?. Lecture Notes in Biomathematics 19: 65-82

How effective are fluorescent lamps for a chrysanthemum night break?. Flower and Nursery Report (March/April): 1-2

How effective is dairy promotion and advertising?. American Dairy Review 37(12): 34B-34D

How effective is dairy sales promotion and advertising?. Maelkeritidende 89(36): 833-836

How extension stacks up. Journal of Extension 17(March/April): 19-25

How far can gravity chutes replace road-building on steep slopes?. Allgemeine Forstzeitschrift 31(12): 208-212; 221-222

How far free? International networks of constraint upon national education policy in the Third World. Comparative Education 13(3): 155-168

How far has Cryptostroma corticale spread in Britain?. Bulletin of the British Mycological Society 10(1): 16-19

How far has the MLC beef carcase classification scheme met its objectives? Fifth International Beef Symposium, Burlington Hotel, Dublin April 5th and 6th, 1976. How far has the MLC beef carcase classification scheme met its objectives? Fifth International Beef Symposium, Burlington Hotel, Dublin April 5th and 6th, 1976: 10

How far is exponential fitting of the gastric emptying curve justified?. Schweizerische Medizinische Wochenschrift 106(9): 300-302

How far with forages for meat and milk production? . How far with forages for meat and milk production?: 178

How farm families make decisions. The Roots. Rural Sociology Bulletin, Cornell University (79): 13

How frosts affect the sowing qualities of the seeds in high-lysine maize. Kukuruza (10): 23-24

How genetic information can be translated into the spatial pattern of cellular differentiation. Proceedings of the XIX International Horticultural Congress II General lectures and Sections I to VI: 37-48

How good do colour and reputation taste. Fruitteelt 67(30): 938-940

How good really is German whipping cream?. Molkerei Zeitung Welt der Milch 30(40): 1157-1158, 1160

How great is the latitude in timing the application of Tribunil for the control of annual grass weeds and broad-leaved weeds in winter cereals?. Pflanzenschutz Nachrichten Bayer 27(2): 167-178

How green a revolution? Review article. Pacific Affairs 49(3): 516-522

How growth retardants affect seed geranium varieties. Research Report, Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station (302): 8

How hardwoods respond to H2S pretreatment kraft pulping. Pulp and Paper Canada 76(10): 103-106

How hazelnuts behave under different storage conditions. Zuck u SusswarWirt 30(5): 170-180

How herbicides affect honey bees. American Bee Journal 115(5): 178-179, 200

How herbicides work. Weeds Today 8(1): 13-15

How herringbone and side-opening parlors compare. Hoard' s Dairyman 122(4): 208, 225

How important is nutsedge competition with sugarcane?. 1975 Annual Report, Experiment Station of the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association: 42-43

How incentive and deficit determine feeding tendency. Animal Behaviour 23(2): 437-446

How inflation affects our farms. Farm Management 3(6): 291-302

How intervention underpins the beef market. NFU Insight (101): 6-7

How it came out: soybean prices. Cycles 28(3): 54-55

How justified is light controlled temperature for ornamental plants?. Gb + Gw 77(34): 811-813

How long before wormy pastures become safe?. Rural Research (98): 21-23

How long do the spores of Nosema apis take to reach the ventriculus of the honeybee?. Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift 47(3): 252-259

How long is terramycin stable in diets fed to honey bee colonies for disease control ?. American Bee Journal 115(6): 230, 234

How many cows within a herd may be released for commercial crossbreeding?. Tierzuchter 30(2): 46-48

How much cultivation?. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, B 281(980): 153-161

How much do you know about antibiotic therapy?. Veterinary Medicine and Small Animal Clinician 72(6): 995-998

How much does the Italian family spend on milk and cheese?. Mondo del Latte 31(2): 89-90

How much does the peasant family work? Carrying out an actual census. Forderungsdienst 24(5): 157-160

How much hardwood bark is necessary for proper container-soil amendment?. Forest Products Journal 25(2): 57-59

How much is that cow worth?. Hoard' s Dairyman 122(4): 205, 236-237

How much it cost to produce 1 kg of Imperatore apples in 1974. Informatore Agrario 31(26): 19711-19712

How much milk do ewes produce?. Farskotsel 57(3): 4-5

How much milk from that extra concentrate?. Dairy Farmer 24(1): 16-17

How much nutrition education in grades K-6?. Journal of Nutrition Education 9(3): 131-135

How much pasture should be offered to beef cattle. Proceedings of the Ruakura Farmers' Conference (29): 53-54

How much pasture should be offered to sheep. Proceedings of the Ruakura Farmers' Conference 1977, 29th Conference Hamilton, New Zealand: 49-51

How much phosphate do we really need?. New Zealand Agricultural Science 9(4): 149-153

How much potash for maximum economic yield?. Better Crops with Plant Food 61(2): 5, 22-25

How much will new navy beans help?. Arable Farming 4(2): 53-55

How much work does a farm family do?. Forderungsdienst 26(2): 44-51

How new rice varieties are picked up. Current Research, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore 6(1): 6-7

How nine inorganic salts affected smoke yield from Douglas-Fir plywood. USDA Forest Service Research Paper, Forest Products Laboratory, Madison (FPL 249): 13

How not to redistribute with growth, the case of India's command area development programme. Pacific Viewpoint 17(2): 95-105

How often is genital yeast infection sexually transmitted?. British Medical Journal 2(6079): 93-94

How orchard nutrition affects Bramley storage. Horticulture Industry (October): 771-772

How parasites find hosts: some thoughts on the inception of host-parasite integration. Ecological aspects of parasitology: 3-20

How people live in rural areas. Observations in a rural community. Kirche im Dorf 29(2): 57-71

How phlebotomy affects the erythrocyte metabolism of high- and low-glutathione sheep. Research in Veterinary Science 21(2): 127-131

How planting date and full-season or early hybrids affect corn yields.

How rapidly can growth rate be increased in beef cattle by selection?. Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University (P-725): 20-30

How recruited bees find food. Gleanings in Bee Culture 102(4): 110-111, 127

How reliable is the serological detection of foreign proteins in meat products?. Fleischwirtschaft 55(6): 808-810

How remunerative is farming with pears for canning?. Apricot, Pear and Peach Growers' Association Journal: 18-22

How schistosomiasis control work is run in New China. Chinese Medical Journal 3(2): 86-94

How seed size affects the occurrence of active and miniature forms of Callosobruchus maculatus in laboratory populations. Environmental Entomology 4(5): 729-732

How soil borne nematodes enter and disperse in Florida nurseries. Nematology Circular, Division of Plant Industry, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (33): 2

How solar energy can benefit agriculture. Citrus and Vegetable Magazine 39(2): 9, 35

How spices can enhance flavour of dairy foods. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 156(10): 73-74, 76

How spirochetes may swim. Journal of Theoretical Biology 56(2): 269-273

How states compare on DHI performance. Hoard' s Dairyman 122(19): 1150, 1184

How stomata resolve the dilemma of opposing priorities. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, B 273(927): 551-560

How sweet it is. Journal of the Canadian Dietetic Association 38(4): 282-298

How taxation accounts mislead managers. Farm Policy 16(2): 31-36

How the British will buy dairy products. Dairy Industries International 41(8): 271-273, 275

How the Community deals with fruit and vegetable surpluses. Background Note (ISEC/B51/75): 2

How the Enga cope with frost: responses to climatic perturbations in the central highlands of New Guinea. Ecologist 6(8): 284-292

How the North Dakota farmer/rancher acquires water rights. Agricultural Economics Miscellaneous Report, Department of Agricultural Economics, North Dakota State University (25): 5

How the application of soil insecticides affects the protein complex in spring wheat and potatoes. Sbornik UVII Ochrana Rostlin 11(3): 221-226

How the fertilizers affect maize yield under irrigated conditions in trans-Volga region of the Saratov province. Kukuruza (3): 17

How the honeybee orients to a source of light. Pchelovodstvo 94(4): 16-17

How the industry is coping with the massive oil costs. Grower 86(17): 871. . .877

How the locust dries itself. Journal of Experimental Biology 75: 95-100

How the other half dies. The real reasons for world hunger. How the other half dies The real reasons for world hunger: 349

How the timber industry views herbicide usage. Proceedings 29th Annual California Weed Conference: 128-131

How the wise men brought malaria to Africa. Natural History 85(8): 36, 38, 42, 44

How they coped with the meadow pyralid in the Timashevsk region. Zashchita Rastenii (5): 23-24

How those manure transfer pumps operate. Hoard' s Dairyman 121(16): 933

How timber is forwarded. Skogsagaren 52(11): 19-21,24

How to achieve a good cheese starter. Nordisk Mejeriindustri 1(10): 392-393, 395, 398-403

How to achieve a real rural development policy. Economie et Politique (271): 101-115

How to achieve better yoghurt viscosity. Cultured Dairy Products Journal 12(1): 6-7

How to allocate logs among machines to maximize profit : a simple method. Forest Products Journal 25(10): 19-23

How to analyse host discrimination. Ecological Entomology, 31: 71-75

How to avoid axle-weight overloads on tandem-axle log trucks. Northern Logger 24(3): 14-15

How to avoid hormone damage to Q80. Cane Growers' Quarterly Bulletin 39(2): 64-65

How to avoid virus yellows. Methods applicable to any farm. Zashchita Rastenii (6): 19

How to be free of the gladiolus thrips. Zashchita Rastenii (7): 61

How to build logging roads with excavators. Canadian Forest Industries 97(7): 38-39

How to build longer life into your wooden pallets. Modern Materials Handling (August): 49-51

How to calculate logging costs in municipal forests. Allgemeine Forstzeitschrift 31(50): 1113-1114

How to calculate wood fuel values. Forest Industries 103(13): 44-45

How to carry out a field investigation. Poultry diseases: 247-266

How to choose a new crop sprayer. Power Farming 55(9): 19, 21

How to choose wheat varieties. Producteur Agricole Francais 52(194): 13-20

How to collect Pinus radiata seed in order to obtain better plantations. Nota Tecnica, Instituto Forestal, Chile (20): 18

How to combine control of rust mite and black spot on citrus in the Lowveldt?. Citrus and Subtropical Fruit Journal (520): 17

How to construct a solar heater at minimal cost. New Zealand Journal of Agriculture 1976; 131; 132(3; 4; 5; 6; 1; 2; 3; 4; 5): 34-36, 46-47; 37, 41-42; 29-31; 45-47, 49; 47-50; 53-56; 48-51; 74-78; 73-77

How to control Botryodiplodia malorum on apricots. Informatore Agrario 31(18): 19169-19173

How to control anaplasmosis. World Farming 18(4): 16-17

How to control yellow aphids. Pecan Quarterly 10(3): 9-10

How to design and develop an experimental plot sprayer. Appropriate Technology 4(3): 16-17

How to design for economic evaporation. Food Engineering 47(12): 51-54

How to determine polyethylene glycol 1,000 content in treated wood. USDA Forest Service Research Note, North Central Forest Experiment Station (NC-191): 3

How to differentiate the larvae of the wild and the meadow noctuid. Zashchita Rastenii (7): 38

How to distinguish between Brazilian lucerne (Stylosanthes guyanensis (Aubl) (Sw.)) and Brazil callalily (Richardia brasiliensis Gomez) wrongly called false Brazilian lucerne. Resumos, 9 Seminario Brasileiro de Herbicidas e Ervas Daninhas, Campinas, 1972: 2

How to double radiata growth. Australian Forest Industries Journal 42(11): 6...22

How to double the harvest of Loblolly and Slash Pine timber. Journal of Forestry 73(12): 761-766

How to eliminate exogenous helminth stages from municipal sewage by means of different sewage purification techniques. Zeitschrift fur die Gesamte Hygiene 21(10): 746-750

How to encourage people to become receptive to changes. MIT Journal, Philippines 6(1): 103-111

How to estimate Longleaf seedling mortality before control burns. Journal of Forestry 74(8): 517-518

How to estimate break-even points for sawmill improvement projects. Forest Products Journal 27(4): 54-56

How to estimate the maximum tractive load of the logging wheel-type tractor. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 57(12): 436-439

How to evaluate rabbit control. Chile Forestal 2(24): 5

How to fertilize trees and shrubs. Circular, Cooperative Extension Service, University of Hawaii (487): 10

How to identify Gnomonia and Diaporthe cankers and shoot blight diseases of yellow birch. How to identify Gnomonia and Diaporthe cankers and shoot blight diseases of yellow birch: 5

How to identify Hypoxylon canker of Aspen. How to identify Hypoxylon canker of Aspen: 5

How to identify Lophodermium and brown spot diseases on pine. How to identify Lophodermium and brown spot diseases on pine: 5

How to identify and control Rhizosphaera needlecast. How to identify and control Rhizosphaera needlecast: 3

How to identify and control sapsucker injury on trees. How to identify and control sapsucker injury on trees: 5

How to identify eastern dwarf mistletoe on black spruce. How to identify eastern dwarf mistletoe on black spruce: 5

How to identify grasses. Journal of Agriculture, Victoria 74(11): 382-387

How to improve the prolificacy of sheep. A case for the selection of females. Elevage (53): 63-66

How to improve the protein content in cereals. Agricoltura delle Venezie 31(12): 656

How to improve the strength of roads. Lesnaya Promyshlennost' (5): 26-27

How to increase protein content of fodders. Korma (2): 25-28

How to increase seed production of lucerne. Zemledelie (2): 64-66

How to keep one-third of Georgia in Pine. USDA Forest Service Research Paper, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (SE-144): 23

How to limit damage to wide-span glasshouses. Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 33(4): 52-53

How to maintain ice cream temperature in local deliveries. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 159(12): 54F, 54H, 54J

How to maintain yields from successive wheats?. Arable Farming 3(1): 47

How to make - and sell - hard-frozen yogurt. American Dairy Review 40(5): 20, 22

How to make better buttermilk. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 161(1): 66B, 66D, 66G-66H

How to make co-operative marketing viable. The case of sweet orange marketing in Thailand. Studien, Seminar fur Landwirtschaftliche Entwicklung, Fachbereich Internationale Agrarentwicklung, Technische Universitat Berlin (IV/11): 126

How to make freeze-dried Cottage cheese. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 160(3): 67-68, 70

How to make growing roots of a tree accessible. Australian Forest Research 7(4): 269-270

How to make high-quality hay. Zemledelie (5): 52-54

How to make premium ice cream. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 160(4): 58A, 58D

How to measure response bias in the collection of rice statistics: an approach. Farm Management Notes for Asia and the Far East (4): 41-51

How to measure the efficiency of agricultural co-operatives in developing countries - Kenya. How to measure the efficiency of agricultural co operatives in developing countries Kenya: 111

How to name, register, and patent selected cultivars of amenity plants. Santamour, F S Jr; Gerhold, H D; Little, S : Better trees for metropolitan landscapes Proceedings of the symposium held on 4-6 November 1975 at the US National Arboretum, Washington, DC: 235-245

How to pack honey creatively without an extractor. Gleanings in Bee Culture 105(8): 341-342, 367

How to pick the best aphid-resistant lucerne variety for your farm. Journal of Agriculture, Victoria 76(5): 186-189

How to plan pear psylla control. Arboriculture Fruitiere (291): 31-33

How to predict cabbage maggot emergence. A pest management practice for Wisconsin cabbage producers. VIII International Plant Protection Congress, Moscow, 1975 Reports and informations Section II Progress in the study of biology of pest organisms and the development of forecast methods: 239-240

How to predict lumber-grade yields for graded trees. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (NE-20): 9

How to prepare high-quality haylage. Zhivotnovodstvo (6): 64-66

How to prevent and control downy mildew of opium poppy. Iranian Journal of Plant Pathology 11(1/2): 25-29, 73-84

How to prevent weevil damage to Pine seedlings in the South. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (SE-5): 9

How to protect citrus from attack by rust mites. Informatore Agrario 32(50): 25021-25023

How to protect pasture seeds. Zashchita Rastenii (9): 22

How to protect the land. Kak berech' zemlyu: 134

How to protect yield from pests and diseases. Kak uberech' urozhai ot vreditelei i boleznei: 78

How to reduce noise in industrial chip factories. Lesnaya Promyshlennost' (2): 26-27

How to reduce poisoning of bees from pesticides. How to reduce poisoning of bees from pesticides (E.M. 3473): 6

How to reduce the corn borer. Zashchita Rastenii (1): 21

How to reduce the number of assortment lengths?. Lesnaya Promyshlennost' (9): 25-26

How to reduce yield losses during harvesting of sugar beet. Sakharnaya Svekla (8): 30-32

How to refinish wood siding with latex paints. USDA Forest Service Research Note, Forest Products Laboratory, Madison (FPL-0232): 2

How to remove Philometroides sanguinea females from the fins of Carassius. Rybovodstvo i Rybolovstvo (1): 17

How to select forest road standards. Canadian Forest Industries 96(12): 33, 36-37

How to serve small stores efficiently. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 160(4): 50B-50D, 51

How to set up budgets? Annual technical and economic forecasts. Purpan (100): 230-244

How to shape the incomes of agricultural population. Wies Wspolczesna 20(3 (229)): 48-57

How to tell when bees will swarm without opening up the hive. Pchelovodstvo 94(4): 15-16

How to test the field resistance of tobacco to powdery mildew (Erysiphe cichoracearum). Bull Tabak Priem, Bab 16: 69-79

How to treat your palm with antibiotic for control of lethal yellowing of coconut palm and lethal decline of Pritchardia palm. Circular, Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations (S-228): 7

How to use oak-containing kraft pulps for offset printing papers. Pulp and Paper 51(14): 58-61

How to use ultraviolet light as a sanitation tool. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 161(2): 72, 74

How tussock moth attack affects Grand Fir yield. Forest Industries 104(4): 26-28

How unknown was Mendel's paper?. Journal of the History of Biology 10(2): 341-364

How useful are preventive sprays at low levels of infestation ?. Proceedings of the International Society of Sugar Cane Technologists Fourteenth Congress, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 22 November 5, 1971: 521-525

How valuable is farm-grown fodder? Effect of hay quality on milk production costs. Milchpraxis 14(3): 30-31

How we grow soyabeans. Zemledelie (6): 48

How we log our forests. Skogsagaren 52(10): 11-12,15

How we protect cucurbits. Zashchita Rastenii (6): 18-19

How well are your bulls performing?. Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University (P-725): 58-59

How well does a field trial weigher work?. DLG Mitteilungen 91(14): 788

How will livestock production develop during the year 1976?. Forderungsdienst 24(2): 37-39

How will tree improvement and intensive forestry affect pulp manufacture?. Tappi 58(9): 129-134

How winter-wheat hybrids inherit characters affecting lodging resistance. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (5): 29-33

How working stresses for Philippine structural timbers are derived. FORPRIDECOM Technical Note (170): 2

How you can save energy. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 160(6): 62, 64

Hsia-fang: the economics and politics of rustication in China. Pacific Affairs 48(2): 153-172

Hudson Bay lowland, an interesting area from a natural geographic point of view. Translation, Environment Canada (OOENV TR-1346): 16

Hudsonia agassizi gen. et sp.n. (Zoogonidae: Hudsoniinae subf.n.) from a deepsea fish in the Western North Atlantic. Journal of Parasitology 61(3): 409-412

Huenufen: a new alternative wheat variety. Investigacion y Progreso Agricola 8(1): 47-48

Huenufen: new wheat cultivar with alternative habit. Investigacion y Progreso Agricola 8(1): 47-48

Hugo de Vries and Gregor Mendel. Casopis Moravskeho Musea, Vedy Prirodni 61: 229-242

Hull-less oats, a valuable feed for piglets. Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Ordena Lenina Akademii Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk (3): 30-31

Human Ascaris allergen(s) in immunodiagnosis of ascariasis. Abstracts of the 1st National Congress of Parasitology, Baroda, 24-26 February, 1977: 27

Human Endomycoses. Mycology - Epidemiology - Pathogenesis - Diagnosis - Therapy - Clinical aspects - Pathology. Endomykosen des Menschen Mykologie Epidemiologie Pathogenese Diagnostik Therapie Klinik Pathologie: 427

Human Toxocara infection in west of Scotland. Lancet 1(8077): 1318

Human activity as a factor in the distribution of ectoparasites and vectors of man and animal diseases. Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne 22(4-5): 481-488

Human acute Chagas' myocarditis (sub-epicardial ganglionitis; lymphocytic aggression to the cardiac muscle cells; relation between amastigotes and cardiac muscle cells). Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de Sao Paulo 19(5): 301-309

Human adipocyte cholesterol. Concentration, localization, synthesis, and turnover. Journal of Clinical Investigation 55(5): 986-993

Human amebiasis: light and electron microscopic findings in colonic mucosal biopsies from patients with acute amebic colitis. Sepulveda, B; Diamond, LS Editors Proceedings of the International Conference on amebiasis, organized by the Centro de Estudios sobre Amibiasis, Mexico City, 27-29 October, 1975: 398-417

Human amino acid excretion during and following an extended airborne alert. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine 48(5): 395-398

Human and animal endoparasites (symposium). Pesticide Science 8(5): 534-535

Human and bullock energy input for buffalo milk production on different sizes of farms in district Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh. Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics 31(3): 240-241

Human and monkey prolactin and growth hormone: separation of polymorphic forms by isoelectric focusing. Endocrinology 97(4): 855-867

Human and rodent infection with the cestode Inermicapsifer madagascariensis (Davaine, 1870), Baer, 1956 in Zambia. Annales de la Societe Belge de Medecine Tropicale 55(4): 321-326

Human anisakiasis in Chile. Boletin Chileno de Parasitologia 31(3-4): 79-83

Human aural myiasis: a case in Ontario, Canada, and a partial review. Journal of Parasitology 62(1): 124-124

Human babesiosis. Lancet 1(7967): 1001-1002

Human babesiosis. Science 195(4277): 506-507

Human babesiosis on Nantucket Island. Evidence for self-limited and subclinical infections. New England Journal of Medicine 297(15): 825-827

Human babesiosis on Nantucket Island: transmission by nymphal Ixodes ticks. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 25(6): 784-787

Human babesiosis: the isolation of Babesia microti in golden hamsters. Journal of Parasitology 63(5): 934-937

Human behavior and Chagas' disease. Scientific Publication, Pan American Health Organization: 319-322

Human behaviour and the propagation of Chagas' disease. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 1977; 70(5/6): 521-522

Human biological testing of the nutritive value of protein-rich foods. Use of changes of amino acids in blood plasma after a meal. Naringsforskning 21(2): 125-149

Human breast milk as commercial infant food. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics and Environmental Child Health 23(6): 286-288

Human breast uptake of radioactive iodine. Obstetrics and Gynecology 44(3): 398-402

Human calcitonin stimulates salivary amylase output in man. Gut 17(8): 620-623

Human capital and labor turnover in manufacturing industries: the case of an economically depressed region in Southeast Ohio. Proceedings of AAEA Meeting July/August 1977:

Human capital in the firm decision making process. Proceedings of the 1976 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society held at Halifax, Nova Scotia July, 1976: p.92

Human casein: partial sequence and homology with bovine beta -casein. Federation Proceedings 36(3): 837

Human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) treatment of obesity. Archives of Internal Medicine 137(2): 151-155

Human colostral IgA interacting with staphylococcal protein A. Acta Pathologica et Microbiologica Scandinavica, C 84(1): 71-72

Human colostral macrophages as indicator cells in migration inhibition test. International Archives of Allergy and Applied Immunology 56(5): 470-472

Human coprolites from Antelope House: preliminary analysis. Kiva 41(1): 87-96

Human ecological factors of significance. , Man made lakes and human health: 363-373

Human error involved in dairy cow submission to artificial breeding. Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production 35: 58-60

Human evolution and nutrition. Progress in Food & Nutrition Science 1(11-12): 717-727

Human exposure to fenitrothion during forest spraying in eastern Canada. Report, National Research Council Canada: 451-458

Human exposure to hexachlorobenzene and chlorinated insecticide residues from cows' milk and human milk. XX International Dairy Congress, Vol E: 118-119

Human factors in agricultural management in East Africa. Food Policy 2(1): 27-33

Human fascioliasis. Clinical Microbiology and Infection 10(5): 385-387

Human fascioliasis. Gall bladder invasion by flukes in a five-year-old boy. Clinical Pediatrics 14(11): 1068-1069

Human Filariae. Anais do Instituto de Higiene E Medicina Tropical 4(1-4): 549-599

Human foetal measurements between 50 and 150 days of gestation, in relation to crown-heel length. Annals of Human Biology 2(2): 173-178

Human growth - methods of approach. Australian Paediatric Journal 13(2): 77-87

Human growth and its disorders. Human growth and its disorders: xvi + 179

Human growth hormone and cortisol response to insulin stimulation in aging. Journal of Gerontology 30(5): 546-551

Human hypodermosis. A recent case in Belgium. Spectrum International 19(1): 2-7

Human infection with Dermatophilus congolensis. Medical Journal of Australia 1(13): 443-447

Human infection with Trichostrongylus lerouxi (Biocca, Chabaud, and Ghadirian, 1974) in Iran. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 26(6 Pt 1): 1212-1213

Human infections with Torulopsis glabrata. Med Mal Infect 6(7): 248-253

Human infections with babesia. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 69(5/6): 519-521

Human infestation by Ophionyssus natricis snake mite. British Journal of Dermatology 93(6): 695-697

Human influences on the changing landscapes and limits of the forest of Mormal in northern France. Hommes et Terres du Nord 2: 73-105

Human intake of minerals from drinking water in the European Communities. Hardness of drinking water and ic health Proceedings of the European Scientific Colloquium, Luxembourg, May 1975: 173-211

Human intestinal ion transport in vitro. Gut 18(2): 136-140

Human intestinal specificity toward dietary sterols studied by balance methods. Nutrition and Metabolism 18(1): 23-30

Human lactation: appropriate and inappropriate. Obstetrics and Gynecology Annual 3(0): 443-471

Human lactational response to oral thyrotropin releasing hormone. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 43(4): 760-768

Human leishmaniasis in Tuscany. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 72(2): 212-213

Human leukocyte chemotaxis induced by gluten. British Journal of Dermatology 97(4): 460-461

Human lice (Anoplura-Pediculidae), their detection and control. Entomology Circular, Division of Plant Industry, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (175): 2

Human liver acid phosphatases. Hoppe-Seyler's Zeitschrift für Physiologische Chemie 356(11): 1775-1782

Human malaria in the south-west of the People's Republic of Congo. Le paludisme humain dans le sud ouest de la Re ique Populaire du Congo: 16 + xi

Human malaria parasites in continuous culture. Science, USA 19(4254): 673-675

Human maternal and fetal serum insulin and growth hormone (HGH) response to glucose and leucine. Diabetes 25(7): 545-549

Human migration in Andean countries. Nature and Resources 11(3): 2-10

Human milk and the small premature infant. American Journal of Diseases of Children 131(4): 463-467

Human milk as a dietary source of cadmium and lead. Trace substances in environmental health VI Proceedings of University of Missouri' s 6th annual conference, held at Memorial Union, University of Missouri Columbia, June 13, 14 and 15, 1972: 39-43

Human milk beta 2-microglobulin: purification, characterization and effect of breast feeding. Federation Proceedings 35(3): 322

Human milk lipases and their possible role in fat digestion. Padiatrie und Padologie 11(4): 600-604

Human milk lipases. III. Physiological implications of the bile salt-stimulated lipase. European Journal of Clinical Investigation 5(3): 267-272

Human milk: difference in nitrogen concentration in milk from mothers of term and premature infants. Journal of Pediatrics 93(1): 67-69

Human mycology in Angola. I. Revista Medica de Angola (64): 6

Human mycology in Angola. X. Human mycoses in Angola and their causal agents. A review of the literature (1923-1973). Micologia humana, em Angola X Micoses humanas, em Angola e seus agentes etiologicos Revisao bibliografica 1923-1973: 38

Human myiasis by the black blow fly. Brief clinical and laboratory observations of three cases. Minnesota Medicine 59(5): 303-305

Human myiasis in Virginia caused by Phaenicia sericata (Meigen) (Diptera: Calliphoridae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 78(1): 113

Human needs for fat: proposals for a balanced oil. Rivista Italiana delle Sostanze Grasse 51(9): 353-361

Human nutrition and economic and social development. Tiers Monde 16(63): 457-669

Human nutrition. A textbook of nutrition in health and disease. Human nutrition A textbook of nutrition in health and disease (Ed. 3): xii + 530

Human nutritional needs and crop breeding objectives in the Indian semi-arid tropics. Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics 32(3): 78-87

Human nutritional needs and food sources. Dimensions of world food problems: 29-48

Human occupation in the Tijuca National Park: general aspects. Brasil Florestal 7(28): 3-27

Human oral myiasis in Virginia caused by Gasterophilus intestinalis (Diptera: Gasterophilidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 80(1): 129-130

Human parasitic infection in Galicia: coprology and serology. 1er Congresco Nacional de Parasitologia, 29-30 September, 1-2 October, 1976, Granada: 114

Human parasitology. Parazitologiya cheloveka: 575

Human pest and disease problems: contrasts between developing and developed countries. Origins of pest, parasite, disease and weed problems 18th Symp Brit Ecol Soc, Bangor, 12-14 Apr 1976: 329-345

Human pituitary prolactin (hPRL): the entire linear amino acid sequence. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 45(5): 1112-1115

Human placental lactogen - isolation and heterogeneity. Acta Medica Polona 16(3): 171-184

Human plague in 1976. Weekly Epidemiological Record 52(28): 229-231

Human plasma triglyceride labeling after high-sucrose feeding. 1. Incorporation of sucrose-U-14C. Metabolism 23(12): 1125-1140

Human platelet monoamine oxidase activity in iron-deficiency anaemia. Clinical Science and Molecular Medicine 48(4): 289-295

Human poisoning with pentachlorophenol and its treatment. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 1(3): 342-348

Human potato consumption and neural-tube malformation. Teratology 10(2): 125-128

Human prolactin. Review of the present state of knowledge on the hormone and its role in human reproduction. II. Normal and pathological secretion. Bordeaux Medical 9(14): 1139-1157

Human prolactin: secretion, regulation and pathophysiology. Obstetrical & Gynecological Survey 28(8): 527-541

Human protein deficiency: results of a Nigerian village study. Journal of Nutrition 106(3): 312-328

Human protein requirements and adequacy of global food supplies - a reply. Zeitschrift fur Auslandische Landwirtschaft 15(2): 266-270

Human protein requirements: obligatory urinary and fecal nitrogen losses and the factorial estimation of protein needs in elderly males. Journal of Nutrition 108(1): 97-103

Human psittacosis associated with commercial processing of turkeys. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 167(9): 804-808

Human pulmonary adiaspiromycosis: report of a new case in Britany. Mycopathologia 56(2): 109-111

Human pulmonary dirofilariasis associated with pleural effusion. Medical Journal of Australia 2(24): 902-903

Human pulmonary dirofilariasis: entry method of infective larvae. Chest 68(2): 274

Human resource development in the framework of rural development. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 34(5): 2090

Human resource development: the social laboratory experience. Human resource development: the social laboratory experience: 60

Human resources development in rural Texas. Studies in Human Resource Development, Center for the Study of Human Resources and the Bureau of Business Research (1): xviii+120

Human resources development in rural areas in Asia and role of rural institutions. Human resources development in rural areas in Asia and role of rural institutions: 155

Human response to walking and impact vibration of wood floors. Forest Products Journal 26(10): 40-47

Human sarcocystiasis. Resumenes de trabajos libres Congreso IV Latinoamericano de Parasitologia, etc, San Jose, Costa Rica, 7-11 Dec, 1976: 37

Human sarcocystis. Journal of Postgraduate Medicine 22(4): 185-190

Human scabies - a continuing problem. Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology 42(5): 235-240

Human scabies in Poland in the years 1966-1970. Przeglad Epidemiologiczny 30(2): 225-233

Human schistosomiasis (an African health challenge). Egyptian Journal of Bilharziasis 1(1): 1-7

Human schistosomiasis due to Schistosoma intercalatum: a study carried out in the Cameroon foci (part 1). Journal des Sciences Medicales de Lille 89(4): 163-169

Human schistosomiasis: Schistosoma mansoni antigen detection in renal glomeruli. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 1977; 70(5/6): 492-496

Human secretory immunoglobulin M. An immunochemical and immunohistochemical study. Immunology 29(3): 559-570

Human settlements and rural development. Rural Life 21(1): 14-19, 33

Human settlements: the vision of a new society. Volume 2. A framework plan for the nation. Human settlements: the vision of a new society Volume 2 A framework plan for the nation: 194

Human sleeping sickness in the Gboko endemic area of Nigeria. Acta Tropica 33(1): 88-95

Human sparganosis in Arkansas. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society 71(12): 397-402

Human sparganosis in Rio Grande do Sul. Resumenes de trabajos libres Congreso IV Latinoamerano de Parasitologia, etc, San Jose, Costa Rica, 7-11 Dec, 1976: 82

Human sparganosis. Report of the probable 7th case in South America and review of the subject. Bulletin de la Societe de Pathologie Exotique 69(4): 351-359

Human therapeutic and agricultural uses of antibacterial drugs and resistance of the enteric flora of humans. Antimicrobial Agents and ChemoTherapy 8(5): 538-543

Human tick bite. Hirosaki Medical Journal 28(3): 331-341