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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 438

Chapter 438 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Mycotoxicoses by proxy. International Journal of Environmental Studies 8(3): 171-175

Mycotoxicoses in poultry disease. Repositorio de Trabalhos do Laboratorio Nacional de Investigacao Veterinaria 8: 19-26

Mycotoxicosis. Veterinary Record 97(15): 279-280

Mycotoxicosis (T2 toxin) as a possible cause of severe disease in horses. Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja 32(4): 247-248

Mycotoxicosis as a serious problem of the poultry industry in Egypt. Twentieth World Veterinary Congress; Summaries, volume 2: 1081-1082

Mycotoxicosis induced in horses by toxic strains of Fusarium sporotrichioides. Byulleten Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Eksperimental' noi Veterinarii (25): 80-82

Mycotoxicosis. I. Aflatoxins: effect on ruminal biochemistry. Revista Militar de Veterinaria 23(105/106): 25...35

Mycotoxin bioassay, using Bacillus stearothermophilus. Journal - Association of Official Analytical Chemists 58(3): 624-625

Mycotoxin contamination of maize preserved in cribs and visibly altered. Ibid 31: 447-457

Mycotoxin determinations on animal feedstuffs and tissues in Western Canada. Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine 40(1): 75-79

Mycotoxin poisoning of Allium cepa root tips. II. Reduction of mitotic index and formation of chromosomal aberrations and cytological abnormalities by patulin, rubratoxin B and diacetoxyscirpenol. Cytologia 39(4): 703-708

Mycotoxin production in fermented sausages. Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych (189): 69-73

Mycotoxin tolerances in foodstuffs. Annales de la Nutrition et de L'alimentation 31(4-6): 411-414

Mycotoxin-induced abortions in swine. Canadian Veterinary Journal 19(3): 72-74

Mycotoxin-producing potential of mold flora of dried beans. Applied Microbiology 29(4): 522-526

Mycotoxins how they affect health and condemnations. Poultry Digest 33(394): 509-511

Mycotoxins and micro-organisms. Cahiers de Nutrition et de Dietetique (Suppl. 2): 59-69

Mycotoxins and mycotoxicosis. Veteriner Hekimler Dernegi Dergisi 45(3): 5-18

Mycotoxins and other fungal related food problems. Advances in Chemistry Series (149): xi + 409

Mycotoxins and toxigenic fungi. Food borne microorganisms of ic health significance Specialist course for the food industry Volume I: 17-17.15

Mycotoxins as a cause of disease in man. Fortschritte der Medizin 94(12): 694-701

Mycotoxins in animal feedstuffs: animal disease and public health considerations. Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych (189): 99-104

Mycotoxins in dairy products. Lait 56(555/556): 286-303

Mycotoxins in feeds and ingredients and their origin. Journal of Food Protection 41(5): 385-398

Mycotoxins in food. Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych (189): 293

Mycotoxins in foods and feeds. Their occurrence and significance. Annales de la Nutrition et de L'alimentation 31(4-6): 415-424

Mycotoxins in foods. IV. The influence of various packing foils on the growth of Aspergillus flavus and the formation of aflatoxins B1 and G1 on some sliced bread varieties. Food and Cosmetics Toxicology 13(3): 325-329

Mycotoxins in foodstuffs. Annales de la Nutrition et de l' Alimentation 31(4/5/6): 403-1030

Mycotoxins in foodstuffs. Archives Belges de Medecine Sociale 34(6): 337-353

Mycotoxins in foodstuffs. V. The influence of temperature, acidity, and light on the formation of aflatoxins and patulin in bread. European Journal of Applied Microbiology 1(2): 183-190

Mycotoxins in foodstuffs. VI. Formation of sterigmatocystin in bread by Aspergillus versicolor. Zeitschrift für Lebensmittel-Untersuchung und -Forschung 160(3): 313-319

Mycotoxins in foodstuffs. VII. Inactivation of patulin in whole wheat bread in sulfhydryl compounds. Cereal Chemistry 53(2): 150-152

Mycotoxins in grain for animal feeds. Annales de la Nutrition et de L'alimentation 31(4-6): 489-493

Mycotoxins in hot spots in grains. I. Aflatoxin and zearalenone occurrence in stored corn. Cereal Chemistry 52(5): 687-697

Mycotoxins in human and animal health. Proceedings of a conference convened at University of Maryland, October 4-8, 1976. Mycotoxins in human and animal health Proceedings of a conference convened at University of Maryland, October 4-8, 1976: xvii + 807

Mycotoxins of Aspergillus oryzae strains for use in the food industry as starters and enzyme producing molds. Annales de la Nutrition et de L'alimentation 31(4-6): 617-624

Mycotoxins produced by Aspergillus fumigatus isolated from silage. Annales de la Nutrition et de L'alimentation 31(4-6): 685-691

Mycotoxins produced by Penicillium paraherquei. Proceedings of the Japanese Association of Mycotoxicology (3/4): 39-40

Mycotoxins. Aflatoxin and zearalenone occurrence in dry-milled corn products. Journal of the Association of Official Analytical Chemists 60(3): 579-582

Mycotoxins. I. Analytical methods. Bibliographical reference of 138 publications. Daten und Dokumente zum Umweltschutz (15): 68

Mycotoxins. II. Occurrence in feeds and foods. Bibliographical reference of 152 publications. Daten und Dokumente zum Umweltschutz (16): 60

Mycotoxins. III. Effect on ruminants, horses and pigs. Bibliographical reference of 91 publications. Daten und Dokumente zum Umweltschutz (17): 55

Mycotoxins. IV. Effect on poultry, laboratory animals and fishes. Bibliographical reference of 127 publications. Daten und Dokumente zum Umweltschutz (18): 67

Mycotoxins: the FAO programme. Food and Nutrition 2(4): 16-18

Mycotoxins: a potential danger associated with mouldy barley. Agriculture in Northern Ireland 51(4): 103-106

Myelin lipids in vitamin B12 deficiency in chicks. Life Sciences 16(9): 1441-1445

Myelination of the ovine CNS with special reference to border disease. I. Qualitative aspects. II Quantitative aspects. Neuropathology and Applied Neurobiology 3(4): 237-265

Myelinization of the cranial nerves of the medulla oblongata in the pig. Polskie Archiwum Weterynaryjne 1976; 18(3): 497-504

Myelinization of the optic nerve in the retina in cattle. Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift 46(6): 437-441

Myelinization of the solitary tract fibres (tractus solitarius) in the pig. Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie Sklodowska, Sectio DD 1975; 28: 1-9

Myelogram test used in diagnosis and to differentiate pathogenic swine fever virus from lapinized strains. Archiva Veterinaria 1977; 11/12: 9-16

Myelography with metrizamide in the dog: a clinical study on its use for the demonstration of spinal cord lesions other than those caused by invertebral disk protrusions. Journal of the American Veterinary Radiology Society 17(2): 42-50

Myeloid leucosis associated with sporozoan infection in cultured turbot. Journal of Comparative Pathology 85(2): 317-326

Myelomalacia in Afghan hounds. Australian Veterinary Journal 53(9): 452-453

Myelopathy due to intrathecal amphotericin B. Coccidioidomycosis Current clinical and diagnostic status: 259-260

Myiasis Dermatobia hominis, Linn: report of a case and review of the literature. Cutis 19(1): 63-66

Myiasis caused by Lucilia sericata (Meigen) in a rabbit. Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde 101(8): 431

Myiasis in Yucatan. Dermatologia Revista Mexicanarecd 1978; 20(2): 121-131

Myiasis in man. Wiener Klinische Wochenschrift 89(2): 40-43

Myiasis in man and animals in Austria. Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift 62(6/8): 255-258

Myiasis in sheep due to Wohlfahrtia magnifica (Schiner) in Iran. (Diptera: Sarcophagidae). Journal of Entomological Society of Iran 3(1/2): Pe 7-12 ; en 7-8

Myiasis in the eastern box turtle caused by Phaenicia coeruleiviridis (Diptera: Calliphoridae). Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 67(4): 155-156

Myiasis of tissues of sheep and dogs caused by larvae of Lucilia caesar and its treatment. Problems of parasitology Proceedings of the VIIIth Scientific Conference of Parasitologists of the Ukrainian SSR Part I: Problemy parazitologii Materialy VIII Nauchnoi Konferentsii Parazitologov USSR Chast' I: recd 1977; 118-119

Myiasis of wound involving Lucilia sericata. Bulletin de la Societe de Pathologie Exotique 69(2): 181-186

Myiasis-producing Diptera of the superfamily Sarcophagidea in Romania. Zbornik Slovenskeho Narodneho Muzea, Prirodne Vedy 1975; 20: 125-159

Myo-inositol clearance in renal failure and in patients with normal kidney function. American Journal of the Medical Sciences 274(1): 55-59

Myo-inositol content of lily pollen. Phytochemistry 17(7): 1185-1186

Myo-inositol metabolism with particular reference to this process as it occurs in suspension cultures of Acer pseudoplatanus L. cells. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 36(3): 1035

Myoagglutination in the post-mortem diagnosis of brucellosis in cattle. Annali della Facolta di Medicina Veterinaria, Messina 12: 159-173

Myobiid mites (Acarina, Myobiidae) parasitic on bats in Japan. I. Genus Calcarmyobia Radford, 1952. Annotationes Zoologicae Japonenses 49(1): 55-59

Myobiid mites (Myobiidae) of small mammals of the Donets region. Parasites and parasitoses of animals and man: Paraziti i parazitozi zhivotnykh i cheloveka: 254-256

Myobiid mites of small mammals in montane Crimea. Parazitologicheskii Sbornik 27: 149-159

Myocardial alteration in rats fed rapeseed oils containing high or low levels of erucic acid. Nutrition and Metabolism 17(4): 213-222

Myocardial alterations resulting from feeding partially hydrogenated marine oils and peanut oil to rats. Lipids 9(12): 1032-1035

Myocardial fibrosis due to S. mansoni. Electrocardiographic correlation. Revista Brasileira de Medicina 33(1): 17-22

Myocardial glycogen in prevention of perioperative ischemic injury of the heart: a preliminary report. Canadian Journal of Surgery. Journal Canadien de Chirurgie 19(3): 246-251

Myocardial infarct and liver cirrhosis. Revista Clinica Espanola 141(5): 461-464

Myocardial infarct in young Malaysian men forty years and under: a retrospective analysis of risk factors. Medical Journal of Malaysia 30(4): 250-255

Myocardial infarction in car assembly workers. British Journal of Industrial Medicine 33(1): 1-8

Myocardial infarction in diabetics. Quarterly Journal of Medicine 44(173): 125-132

Myocardial infarction in the elderly. A clinical and epidemiological study with a one-year follow-up. Acta Medica Scandinavica. Supplementum 604: 3-68

Myocardial infarction in young men. Study of risk factors in nine countries. British Heart Journal 37(5): 493-503

Myocardial lesions in rats fed rapeseed oil. 1. Influence of strain of rats. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 55(2): 258-264

Myocardial lesions in rats given diets rich in rapeseed oil. Comparison with lesions seen with other high-lipid diets. Comptes Rendus des Seances de la Societe de Biologie 168(2/3): 253-257

Myocardial lipid metabolism in cardiac hyper- and hypo-function. Studies on triiodothyronine-treated and transplanted rat hearts. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 55(6): 1311-1319

Myocardial performance of obese persons during starvation. Wiener Klinische Wochenschrift 89(5): 154-157

Myocardial scintigraphy in Chagas' disease. Lancet 2(8032): 310

Myocardiopathy in chronic Chagas's disease in rural Venezuela. Gaceta Medica de Caracas 85(1/3): 17-30

Myocarditis due to visceral larva migrans. Journal of Pediatrics 90(2): 322-323

Myoclonia congenita in pigs. Dissertation Abstracts International 38B(2): 541-542

Myodegeneration and suspected selenium/vitamin E deficiency in horses. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 169(2): 213-217

Myodegeneration associated with selenium-vitamin E deficiency in a pregnant heifer. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 171(5): 443-445

Myoelectric complexes of the small intestine associated with different amounts of ingesta, in sheep. Comptes Rendus des Seances de la Societe de Biologie 171(4): 959-964

Myofibre number and myofibrillar development in neonatal pigs. Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin 22A(9): 756-763

Myofibroblasts in hepatic schistosomal fibrosis. Experientia 33(7): 890-892

Myoglobinuria in half bred colts seven months of age. Annales de Medecine Veterinaire 120(5): 325-331

Myoneural junctions and neurosecretory endings on spermathecal muscle fibers of two weevils, Sitophilus granarius and Hypera postica. Journal of Insect Physiology 22(12): 1573-1580

Myopathy and myoglobinuria in a wild white-tailed deer. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 169(9): 971-974

Myopathy in young cattle associated with possible myoglobinuria. Veterinary Record 97(10): 176-177

Myopathy of the deep pectoral muscle in broiler breeder hens. Avian Diseases 19(4): 814-821

Myopathy with mitochondrial inclusion bodies: histological and metabolic studies. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry 37(11): 1236-1246

Myositis caused by Oesophagostomum. Medecine Tropicale 35(4): 333-335

Myotonia in canine Cushing's disease. Veterinary Record 100(2): 30-31

Myotonia in related Chow Chow dogs. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 25(8): 217-220

Myriad uses of hydrogen peroxide in dairy industry. Journal of Food Science and Technology, India 13(1): 1-5

Myriapoda Diplopoda injurious to groundnut in Senegal. Oleagineux 30(1): 19-24

Myriophyllum aquaticum (Vell.) Verdc., an aggressive aquatic weed. Agronomia Lusitana 36(3): 307-323

Myristicin. A major volatile component in mature seed of Portenschlagia ramosissima. Lipids 12(3): 321-323

Myrmecofaunal survey at Hokkaido University Tomakomai Experiment Forest with some observations on a polydomous colony in Formica sanguinea (Laterille). Research Bulletins of the College Experiment Forests, Hokkaido University 32(1): 93-104

Myrmicacin, a new inhibitor for mitotic progression after metaphase. Protoplasma 95(3): 267-271

Myrosinase in Brassicaceae (Cruciferae). II. Myrosinase activity in different organs of Sinapis alba L. Journal of Experimental Botany 29(109): 335-345

Myrosinase in Brassicaceae. 1. Localization of myrosinase in cell fractions of roots of Sinapis alba. Journal of Experimental Botany 27(97): 242-258

Myrothecium disease of soybean in India. Plant Disease Reporter 62(3): 231-234

Myrothecium leaf spot of lima-bean and its host range. Science and Culture 41(3): 121-123

Myrothecium roridum, a potential pathogen of rapeseed and mustard in Alberta. Canadian Plant Disease Survey 57(3/4): 37-41

Myrtleville. A Canadian farm and family, 1837-1967. Myrtleville A Canadian farm and family, 1837-1967: xiii+312

Myths and falacies in pediatrics. Indian Pediatrics 12(10): 1047-1049

Myths and mechanisms of meiosis. Chromosoma 54(4): 295-325

Myths and realities in rural development planning. Actuel Developpement (16): 42-46

Myxidium-species and other sporozoa in fish muscles. Fisch und Umwelt (1): 51-57

Myxobacteria that form fruiting bodies in Brazilian soils. Zeitschrift fur Allgemeine Mikrobiologie 18(2): 83-93

Myxobolus iucundus n.sp. (Sporozoa: Myxosporidea) parasitic in Galaxias maculatus (Jenyns, 1842) in New Zealand. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 7(2): 157-161

Myxomatosis in domestic rabbits in Oregon. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 171(6): 560-562

Myxomatosis: breeding large numbers of rabbit fleas (Spilopsyllus cuniculi Dale). Journal of Hygiene 78(3): 349-353

Myxosoma cerebralis: fluorescent antibody techniques for antigen recognition. Journal Of The Fisheries Research Board Of Canada: 356: 828-832

Myxosoma funduli Kudo 1918 (Protozoa: Myxosporida) in Fundulus kansae: summer epizootiology. Journal of Parasitology 63(5): 897-902

Myxosporida. Parasitic protozoa Volume IV Babesia, Theileria, Myxosporida, Microsporida, Bartonellaceae, Anaplasmataceae, Ehrlichia, and Pneumocystis: 115-154

Myxosporida (Protozoa) in California rockfish, Sebastes spp. Journal of Parasitology 62(5): 690-692

Myxosporida from the deep-sea fish, Macrourus berglax, off Newfoundland and Iceland. Folia Parasitologica 22(2): 105-109

Myxosporidan disease of striped bass. Disease diagnosis and control in North American marine aquaculture: 282-284

Myxosporidia from the young of some fish species. Materialy II Vsesoyuznogo S"ezda Protozoologov Chast' 1 Obshchaya protozoologiya: 147-148

Myxosporidia of fish in the Kafirnigan River Basin. Materialy II Vsesoyuznogo S"ezda Protozoologov Chast' 1 Obshchaya protozoologiya: 41-43

Myxosporidian ultrastructure: an attempt at a synthesis. Abstracts of papers read at the 5th International Congress on Protozoology, New York City, 26 June 2 July, 1977: 271

Myzocytium, Haptoglossa, and Gonimochaete (fungi) in littoral marine nematodes. Bulletin of Marine Science 27(2): 177-207

Myzus persicae (Sulzer): strains resistant to demeton-S-methyl and dimethoate in Australia. Journal of the Australian Entomological Society 17(1): 63-64

N and K fertilization of Florida coontie, Zamia integrifolia Ait. HortScience 13(4): 438-439

N and P complex (Ammophos 28:28). Central Rice Research Institute, Cuttack, India: India, Central Rice Research Institute: Annual report 1973: 98

N behavior under no-till vs. conventional corn culture. I. First-year results using unlabeled N fertilizer. Agronomy Journal 67(6): 782-786

N concentration and protein quality in ryegrass, red clover and lucerne. Ugeskrift for Agronomer og Hortonomer 4(16): 299-304

N fertilizer sources and application times in pangola grass. Cuban Journal of Agricultural Science 11(1): 113-119

N metabolism in Pinus halepensis. Arginine synthetase. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Seances de l' Academie des Sciences, France, D 284(4): 295-296

N metabolism of broilers studied with wheat labelled with 15N. 2. Concentration of 15N in the gastrointestinal tract and its contents. Archiv fur Tierernahrung 26(5): 321-333

N utilization by winter wheat and sugar beet when applied on different dates to leached chernozem soil. Agrokhimiya (1): 10-15

N'-(4-chloro-o-tolyl)-N-methylformamidine (demethylchlordimeform) metabolism in the rat. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 24(1): 152-154

N, P and K content in some promising citrus cultivars as influenced by rootstocks. Journal of Research, India 14(4): 431-433

N, P and K content in some sweet orange (Citrus sinensis Osbeck) cultivars, as influenced by different rootstocks. Journal of Research, India 14(2): 167-169

N, P and K requirements of Knezha 2L-602 hybrid maize at different stages of growth. Pochvoznanie i Agrokhimiya 11(3): 33-46

N,N-disubstituted n-aliphatic amides as repellents for four cockroach species. Journal of Medical Entomology 12(2): 259-260

N- fractions in earthworm casts and the surrounding soil. Pedobiologia 15(2): 151-153

N-(1-ethylpropyl)-3,4-dimethyl-2,6-dinitrobenzenamine. A new preemergence herbicide for upland crops and transplanted rice. Proceedings of 5th Asian Pacific Weed Science Society Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 1975: 113-115

N-(3-oxobutyl)cytisine: a new lupin alkaloid from Echinosophora koreensis. Phytochemistry 16(9): 1460-1461

N-32, a new promising variety of til. Oilseeds Journal 4(4): 12-13

N-32, a promising variety of til. Oilseeds Journal 4(4): 12-13

N-Demethyl-16-epi-accedin, a new alkaloid from Tabernaemontana accedens. Tetrahedron Letters (5): 351-352

N-Halo derivatives. V: Comparative antimicrobial activity of soft N-chloramine systems. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 65(12): 1737-1742

N-Isobutyloctadeca-trans-2-trans-4-dienamide: a new constituent of Piper guineense. Phytochemistry 14(8): 1888-1889

N-Methyltyramine and hordenine from Mammillaria microcarpa. Phytochemistry 16(1): 151

N-banding of wheat chromosome. 3rd International Congress of the Society for the Advancement of Breeding Researches in Asia and Oceania SABRAO Plant Breeding Papers: 1-2 Variability a Reorganizing existing variability: 13-15

N-metabolism and nutrient digestibility in Thornber hybrids and pigs of the Belgian Landrace breed. Belgium, Government Agricultural Research Centre, Ghent: Activity report, 1975: ; 48-49

N-nitrosamine formation from atrazine. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 15(3): 342-347

N-Nitrosamines: a review of chemical and biological properties and their estimation in foodstuffs. Advances in Food Research 22: 1-71

N-nitrosamines: absence from sauerkraut and silage. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 23(5): 896-897

N-nitroso compounds in the environment - considerations and prospects. IARC Scientific Publications (14): 3-8

N-nitrosodimethylamine in cold-smoked sablefish. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 23(4): 665-668

N-oxides of morphine, codeine and thebaine and their occurrence in Papaver species. Phytochemistry 15(8): 1297-1301

N-phosphonomethyl glycine containing herbicides. Research Disclosure (148): 15-16

N-phosphonomethylglycine (glyphosate), an alternative to commercial pre- and post-emergence herbicides for forestry purposes. Weeds and weed control Proceedings of the 16th Swedish Weed Conference (Part 1): E1

N-phosphonomethylglycine (glyphosate), an alternative to commercial pre- and postemergence herbicides for the control of unwanted plant species in forest plantations in Norway. Meldinger fra Norges Landbrukshoegskole 54(6): 14

N-phosphonomethylglycine (glyphosate), an alternative to the phenoxy acids for the control of unwanted plant species in forest plantations in Norway. 8th International Congress of Plant Protection, Reports and Informations, Section 3 Chemical control (Part 2): 490-491

N-t-butyl-2,6-dinitro-4-trifluoromethylaniline, C11H12F3N3O4. Crystal Structure Communications 4: 543-546

N. I. Vavilov and the Soviet cotton industry. Genetika, USSR 13(9): 1662-1672

N. I. Vavilov's gene centres from the contempory viewpoint. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSSR, Biologicheskaya (6): 911-914

N.P.K. requirements of F.C.V. tobacco grown in light soils. Central Tobacco Research Institute, Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh: India, Central Tobacco Research Institute: Annual report 1973: 18-19

N.Z. Forest Products Ltd. turns to eucalypt. Australian Forest Industries Journal 43(7): 26-31

N.Z. range management guidelines. 2. Design of grazing management systems for tussock country. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute Review (33): 10-14

N(2) Fixation Associated with Decaying Leaves of the Red Mangrove (Rhizophora mangle). Applied and Environmental Microbiology 31(5): 781-783

N2-(1,3-dicarboxypropyl) ornithine in crown gall tumours. Phytochemistry 16(6): 761-762

N2-fixation by roots and rhizosphere of sand dune plants. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde 141(1): 117-121

N2-fixing root nodules in Ulmaceae: Parasponia or (and) Trema spp.?. Plant and Soil 49(3): 711-715

N6-( DELTA 2-isopentenyl)adenosine from crown gall tumor tissue of Vinca rosea. Phytochemistry 15(10): 1565

NA 56-62, a cultivar worthy of evaluation. Brasil Acucareiro 85(5): 51-55

NAA applications may be solution to sprouting problems. Goodfruit Grower 26(14): 11

NAA boll retention trial. Cotton Research Institute, Gatooma: Annual Report, Cotton Research Institute 1974-75: 34-35

NAA sprays suppress sprouting of newly budded citrus nursery trees. HortScience 13(2): 166-167

NAA-induced sprout control and gummosis in peach. HortScience 12(2): 123-124

NAC dairy unit progress report. Big Farm Management (July): 50-51

NAD-incorporating activity in crude chromatin isolated from germinating seeds of rice and green gram. Institute of Botany, Academia Sinica: Annual Report 1974-1975: 43-44

NADH and NADPH dependent malate dehydrogenases of Phaseolus vulgaris. Physiologia Plantarum 39(2): 190-195

NADH- and NAD(P)H-Nitrate Reductases in Rice Seedlings. Plant Physiology 58(3): 292-294

NADH-FMN oxidoreductase activity and iron content of organs from riboflavin and iron-deficient rats. Journal of Nutrition 107(5): 739-745

NADH:nitrate reductase activity restoration by rhodanese. Phytochemistry 15(5): 597-598

NADPH dependent epoxidation of methyl farnesoate to juvenile hormone in the cockroach Blaberus giganteus L. Life Sciences 17(3): 323-328

NBT test in children with iron deficiency anemia. Turkish Journal of Pediatrics 17(3/4): 105-107

NC 6 a southern corn root worm-resistant peanut variety. Bulletin, Agricultural Experiment Station, North Carolina State University (458): 14

NC 8438, a promising new broad spectrum herbicide for sugarbeet. Journal of the American Society of Sugar Beet Technologists 17(2): 134-143

NC13 leaf variety okayed for release. Research and Farming 34(3/4): 8

NCo310 is top variety in the lower Rio Grande Valley. South African Sugar Journal 62(1): 15

NDSU seedstocks project. North Dakota Farm Research 33: 17-18

NEPO viruses. Acta Horticulturae (44): 29-41

NFU President charts 'Action for agriculture' programme. NFU News (Cyclo 94, 99/77, Press 12/13): 6

NFU-PMB plan for potatoes. NFU News (1833/77): 6

NH3 straw. Ugeskrift for Agronomer og Hortonomer 4(1/2): 6-7

NH3-straw produced by long-duration treatment. Ugeskrift for Agronomer, Hortonomer, Forstkandidater og Licentiater 121(42): 867-869

NIAB carrot trials. Horticulture Industry (October): 34-35

NIAB list of swedes. Big Farm Management (April): 140

NIAB observation plots of autumn sown onions. Journal of the National Institute of Agricultural Botany 14(1): 93-99

NIZO and scientific policy. Zuivelzicht 68(4): 89

NIZO researchers report on their research results. Zuivelzicht 68(14): 324-325

NIZO's method of producing butter with ripened cream characteristics. Milk Industry 80(7): 20-21, 22

NMR - a new method of analysis for the dairy industry. Nordisk Mejeriindustri 4(6): 322-324

NMR shows how ammoniacal primer-sealers alter the hygroscopicity of wood. Wood Science 10(4): 204-207

NMR studies on the lignin-saccharidic complexes. II. Hydrolysis of the lignin-saccharidic complex isolated from acetylated beechwood. Holzforschung 31(6): 191-193

NMR's new cow production index provides another aid for breeders. British Friesian Journal 59(5): 446-447

NMR-oil content as an index of degree of rice milling. Cereal Chemistry 52(6): 849-853

NNP - a mixed enterprise. Nordisk Mejeriindustri 2(11): 478-479, 486

NP 48 - a new post-emergence herbicide against grasses in sugar-beet. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz (Sonderheft 8): 437-440

NPK content in maize grain and fertilizer recovery on a sandy calcareous soil. Agrokemia es Talajtan 24(3/4): 279-290

NPK contents of maize plants and associated weeds as affected by nitrogen levels. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 45(7): 316-320

NPK fertilizer treatments of potted Kaatoan Bangkal Anthocephalus chinensis (Lamk.) Rich. ex. Walp. seedlings. Pterocarpus 2(1): 68-75

NPK fertilizer trials on apple and pear trees. Revue de l' Agriculture 30(2): 455-476

NPK in Indian agriculture (1971-1975). A bibliography of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and related factors in crops, soils, fertilisers and manures. NPK in Indian agriculture 1971-1975 A bibliography of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and related factors in crops, soils, fertilisers and manures: 797

NPK requirement of high yielding variety (Pankaj) under single cropping (kharif). Central Rice Research Institute, Cuttack, India: India, Central Rice Research Institute: Annual report 1973: 116

NPK requirement of hybrid jowar (CSH-1) in kharif season under rainfed condition. Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities 1(1): 9-11

NPK requirements of K1 chillies (Capsicum annuum Linn.). Indian Journal of Agronomy 18(1): 22-24

NPK trial series in Gokwe T.T.L. Cotton Research Institute: Rhodesia, Cotton Research Institute: Annual report for the year October 1975 to September 1976: 16-18

NPK uptake in targetted yields of crops in rotation. Programming yields of crops: Programmirovanie urozhaev sel' skokhozyaistvennykh kul' tur: 307-314

NPU value of the proteins in the diets of the rural and urban population. Hrana i Ishrana 16(9/10): 384-390

NRDC 143, a more stable pyrethroid. Proceedings of the Seventh British Insecticide and Fungicide Conference, 19th to 22nd November 1973, Hotel Metropole, Brighton, England Vols 1, 2 and 3: ?; 721-728

NRDC 161 (RU 22974): a new pyrethroid insecticide for use in agricultural crops. Proceedings of the 1977 British Crop Protection Conference Pests and Diseases 9th British Insecticide and Fungicide Conference, 21st to 24th November 1977, Hotel Metropole, Brighton, England Volumes 1, 2 and 3: 613-621

NRDC v. NFPA: two views on the Monongahela. Journal of Forestry 74(2): 87-89

NSPP 7th Annual Conference Proceedings. Occasional Publication, Nigerian Society for Plant Protection (2): 62

NSPP abstracts 1972-1975. Occasional Publication of the Nigerian Society for Plant Protection (1): 28

NTU Phytopathologist and Entomologist. NTU Phytopathologist and Entomologist: 275

NVRS: 25 years of progess. UK, National Vegetable Research Station: 25th Annual report 1974: 20-36

NWPC field test No. 1 with preservatives applied by pressure treatment. Results after 5 years. NTR Information, Nordiska Traskyddsradet (6): 18

NZB launches its 1976 campaign. Zuivelzicht 68(9): 200-201

Na and seed advancement. Rothamsted Experimental Station: UK, Rothamsted Experimental Station: Report for 1976 Part 1: 64

Na+ transport by mammalian stomach. American Journal of Physiology 234(3): E228-E235

Na+-(Ca2+ + Mg2+) exchange equilibria under submerged soil conditions. Soil Science 123(4): 220-223

Na, K-ATPase in the salivary gland of the ixodid tick Amblyomma hebraeum (Koch) and its relation to the process of fluid secretion. Experientia 32(8): 986-987

Na-dimethyl-purpeline and Na-dimethyl-dihydropurpeline, new alkaloids from Rauwolfia cumminsii Stapf. Experientia 33(10): 1268

Na2SO4 and NaCl effects on photosynthetic phosphorylation in plants of different salt tolerance. Fiziologiya Rastenii 23(2): 279-285

NaCl and twig dieback along highways and cold hardiness of highway versus garden twigs. Canadian Journal of Botany 54(19): 2268-2274

NaCl intake and preference threshold of spontaneously hypertensive rats. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 149(4): 915-920

NaTA in rice culture. Riso 27(1): 41-49

NaTA in the crop rotation. Mitteilungen aus der Biologischen Bundesanstalt fur Land und Forstwirtschaft, Berlin Dahlem (165): 175

Naegleria and water sports. Lancet 1(8004): 199-200

Naegleria fowleri: fine structural localization of acid phosphatase and heme proteins. Experimental Parasitology 41(2): 290-306

Naegleria sp., an amoebo-flagellate from Physa gyrina Say in a high mountain lake in Wyoming. Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 43(2): 227-229

Naegleria: a cell to cap all others. Journal of Protozoology 24(2, suppl.): Ab. 97

Naeshirazu, the first sweet potato variety for direct planting. Bulletin of the Chugoku National Agricultural Experiment Station, A (24): 97-108

Nafziger's ice cream balls provide imaginative approach to increasing profit picture. American Dairy Review 40(3): 36L

Naganin and Berenil tested for the prophylaxis of Babesia infection. Sbornik Rabot Leningradskogo Veterinarnogo Instituta Bolezni Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh zhivotnykh, ikh profilaktika i lechenie (40): 22-27

Nagykoros. Foldrajzi Ertesito 23(4): 443-457

Nagyszenazi lucerne. Acta Agronomica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 25(3/4): 460-462

Nail joints in Pinus radiata - resistance to withdrawal loads. Report, Building Research Association of New Zealand (R15): 22

Nail lesions among sugar cane cutters in Zaire. Bulletin de la Societe Francaise de Mycologie Medicale 5(2): 99-101

Nailed wood joints under combined loading. Wood Science and Technology 9(2): 129-144

Nails and fungi. British Journal of Dermatology 94(6): 697-701

Nails and fungi - an interdisciplinary collaboration. Chiropodist 31(9): 234-239

Nails, spikes and staples. Canadian Wood Construction Datafile (WJ-2): 12

Nairn soybean. Seed Scoop 24(3): 6

Nairobi sheep disease. Synoptic description of the disease and behaviour of the pathogen in vivo and in vitro. Die Nairobi sheep disease eine synoptische Darstellung der Erkrankung sowie Untersuchungen zum Verhalten des Erregers in vivo und in vitro: 78

Naked barley as a substitute for wheat in pig fattening. Landwirtschaftliche Forschung 30(4): 283-290

Names and origins of the grapevine cultivars grown in Germany. Weinberg und Keller 22(7): 299-303

Names of plant diseases in Canada. Names of plant diseases in Canada 1976; (2nd Ed.): 288

Namoni Borpomua. A socio-economic survey of a Mishing village in Sibdagar district of Assam. Indian Village Studies, Village Survey, Agro Economic Research Centre for North East India, Assam Agricultural University (15): ii+100

Nanacatlan: a peasant society and the class struggle in Mexico. Nanacatlan: societe paysanne et lutte de classes au Mexique: 257

Nanaomycins, new antibiotics produced by a strain of Streptomyces. I. Taxonomy, isolation, characterization and biological properties. Journal of Antibiotics 28(11): 860-867

Nancy-Malzeville Rabies Centre (France). Activities of the diagnostic section during 1976. Revue de Medecine Veterinaire 129(3): 387-400, 403-405

Nanking cherry on terraces formed by ploughing. Sadovodstvo (12): 18-19

Nannizzia otae sp. nov., the perfect state of Microsporum canis Bodin. Japanese Journal of Medical Mycology 16(3): 148-153

Nantucket fever. An additional case of babesiosis. JAMA 238(12): 1281-1282

Naphthaleneacetic acid permeability of Citrus leaf cuticle. Biochemie und Physiologie der Pflanzen 170(4/5): 309-319

Naphthaquinones and triterpenoids of Euclea divinorum. Phytochemistry 15(5): 829

Naphthenate and cyclohexanecarboxylate treatments protects Phaseolus vulgaris from effects of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetate. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 56(1): 119-125

Naphthofuran precursors of sesquiterpenoid aldehydes in diseased Gossypium. Phytochemistry 14(8): 1809-1811

Naphthoquinones from Zeyhera tuberculosa. Phytochemistry 15(4): 570

Naphthoquinones of Lithospermum erythrorhizon. Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii (6): 726-730

Napier grass. Indian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics 12(3): 94

Napier grass (Pennisetum purpureum K. Schum) in East Africa. A review. Technical Report, Pasture Research Project, Ministry of Agriculture, Kenya (24): 32

Napier grass (Pennisetum purpureum): a high yielding forage. Massadeh 54(9): 955-957

Napier grass for Doon valley. Indian Farming 26(5): 23-25

Napier grass for mulch. Tea in East Africa 15(1): 4-5

Napier orchardgrass. Seed Scoop 24(3): 7

Napiergrass response to glyphosate. Proceedings of the Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida 34: 125-127

Napkin thrush clinical picture, mycology, histology, therapy. Wiener Klinische Wochenschrift 87(5): 168-173

Napropamide adsorption, desorption, and movement in soils. Weed Science 23(6): 454-457

Napropamide and oryzalin, two new selective herbicides for weed control in young orchards and vineyards. 1976 Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science (Vol.29): 202-207

Napropamide for weed control in watermelon. Proceedings 28th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 173

Naratoga - new strawberry variety. Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales 86(1): 2

Narayana, gen. nov. from Burma and some synonyms (Hymenoptera : Mymaridae). Oriental Insects 10(1): 87-91

Narayanella, a new name for Narayana Subba Rao (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae). Oriental Insects 10(3): 352

Narcissus basal rot and its control. Daffodils : 17-21

Narcissus basal rot in Scotland. Plant Pathology 26(4): 200

Narcissus forcing. Horticultural Enterprises Booklet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (7): 61

Narcissus smoulder, is there a link with scale mites?. Horticulture Industry (July): 526, 528

Narcissus viruses and the production of virus-tested clones of narcissus. Bulletin Scottish Horticultural Research Institute Association (10): 9

Narcolepsy in a dog. Veterinary Record 101(6): 117-118

Narcolepsy in seven dogs. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 168(11): 1036-1038

Nardoo fern and polioencephalomalacia. Australian Veterinary Journal 54(4): 204-205

Nardus associations in Belgium. Communications du Centre d' Ecologie Forestiere et Rurale (15): 30

Narew (Z42431). Ziemniak : 267-269

Naringenin, dihydrokaempferol and dihydroquercetin in Equisetum arvense. Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii (3): 424-425

Narrow row cotton harvest and ginning test. Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University (P-740): 46-48

Narrow row cotton in the Namoi Valley. I. Growth, yield and quality of four cultivars. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture and Animal Husbandry 17(84): 135-147

Narrow row cotton in the Namoi valley. 2. Plant population and row spacing. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture and Animal Husbandry 17(84): 143-147

Narrow row cotton in the Ord Valley, Western Australia. Cotton Growing Review 52(4): 285-292

Narrow row cotton planting under reduced moisture conditions. Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University (P-728): 12-13

Narrow row planting of cotton genotypes and boll weevil damage. Journal of Economic Entomology 69(2): 249-253

Narrow row soybean herbicide trials in Nebraska. Proceedings of the North Central Weed Control Conference (Volume 28): 46-48

Narrow row tillage for cotton. Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University (P-728): 14-15

Narrow soils and intricate soil patterns in southern New England. Geoderma 11(3): 195-208

Narrow-crowned forms of poplar in field shelterbelts. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo (9): 67-68

Narrow-row spacing of sugar cane. Sugar Journal 40(10): 40-41

Narrowing Taiwan's per capita farm/nonfarm income gap via increased agricultural production and guaranteed prices: projections and analysis 1973-84. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 36(9): 6221

Narrowleaf trefoil naturalized in Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Lotus Newsletter (7): 19

Nasal and paranasal pathology in experimental bilharziasis. Journal of Laryngology and Otology 91(5): 391-400

Nasal bots of white-tailed deer in the southeastern United States. Proceedings of the 29th Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Game and Fish Commissioners, 1975: ? recd 1977; 651-655

Nasal schistosomiasis in animals. Food Farming and Agriculture, Calcutta 7(5): 27-28

Nasitrema attenuata (Trematoda) infection of Tursiops truncatus and its potentialities as an aetiological agent of chronic pulmonary lesions. Journal of Helminthology 49(4): 289-292

Nasoduodenal versus nasogastric feeding in the very low birthweight infant. Pediatrics 56(6): 1065-1072

Nasojejunal (transpyloric) feeding: a commentary. Journal of Pediatrics 86(3): 451-452

Nasojejunal feedings in low-birth-weight infants. Journal of Pediatrics 87(2): 276-279

Nasolacrimal duct anomaly in calves. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 167(2): 145-147

Nasonovia ribis-nigri, a virus vector of lettuce in Campania. Informatore Fitopatologico 17(9): 3-5

Nasopharyngeal myiasis in man caused by larvae of Clogmia (= Telmatoscopus) albipunctatus Williston (Psychodidae, Dipt.). Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 70(1): 91

Nassella trichotoma (Nees) Hack in South Africa. National Programme for Environmental Sciences: Terrestrial Biology; papers presented at the First National Weeds Conference, 13-14 August 1974, Pretoria, S Africa: ; 125-137

Natal patterns among registered dogs in the United States. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 172(10): 1179-1185

Natamycin in genital candidosis in men. British Journal of Venereal Diseases 51(3): 210-212

Natamycin-S treatment of ringworm in cattle. Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde 102(2): 124-125

Natamycin-S treatment of ringworm in cattle. Epidemiological aspects. Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde 101(22): 1242-1249

National Agricultural Outlook Conference. Documents and Discussion. Volume 1: Keynote addresses. National Agricultural Outlook Conference Documents and Discussion Volume 1: Keynote addresses: 137

National Agricultural Outlook Conference. Documents and Discussion. Volume 2: Livestock products. National Agricultural Outlook Conference Documents and Discussion Volume 2: Livestock products: 107

National Agricultural Outlook Conference. Documents and Discussion. Volume 3: Crop products. National Agricultural Outlook Conference Documents and Discussion Volume 3: Crop products: 186

National Beef Cattle Performance and Progeny Testing Scheme. South Africa, Department of Agricultural Technical Services: Annual report of the Secretary for Agricultural Technical Services for the period 1 July, 1975 to 30 June, 1976: ; 89

National Cooperative Dairy Herd Improvement Program herd average summaries, 1975-76. Dairy Herd Improvement Letter 52(4): 25

National Cooperative Dairy Herd Improvement Program herd average summaries, 1976-77. Dairy Herd Improvement Letter 53(2): 24

National Cooperative Dairy Herd Improvement Program participation report, January 1, 1976. Dairy Herd Improvement Letter 52(3): 17

National Cooperative Dairy Herd Improvement Program participation report, January 1, 1977. Dairy Herd Improvement Letter 53(1): 18

National Dried Milk. British Medical Journal 1(6008): 520

National Food Administration's Ordinance amending the Ordinance on food additives. Statens Livsmedelsverks Forfattningssamling (SLV FS 1978: 12): 1p.

National Food Administration's pronouncement on food additives. Samling av Forfattningar, Circular mm, Statens Livsmedelsverk (SLV 11): 115

National Food Administrations ordinance on food additives. Samling av Forfattningar, Circular mm, Statens Livsmedelsverk (SLV 6): 138

National Forest guide. National Forest guide: 217

National Honey Show publications. [National Honey Show ications]: 1975;

National Institute for Veterinary Research, Belgium. Annual report for 1975. Rapport d' activite, 1975: 136

National Institute of Veterinary Research, Belgium. Report for 1974. Rapport d' activite 1974: 140

National Legislation and standards for effluent disposal. Annual Bulletin, International Dairy Federation (90): 3-8, 18-24

National List Trials Reports. Plant Varieties and Seeds Gazette (142): 21-38

National List trials reports. Plant Varieties and Seeds Gazette (130): 17-22

National Mutton Sheep Performance and Progeny Testing Scheme. South Africa, Department of Agricultural Technical Services: Annual report of the Secretary for Agricultural Technical Services for the period 1 July, 1975 to 30 June, 1976: ; 93

National Parks in Region IX. Chile Forestal 2(22): 16-17

National Parks of Spain. Biological Conservation 11(1): 5-11

National Seminar on water management and control at the farm level (Philippines). Summary of proceedings, 13-18 October 1975. National Seminar on water management and control at the farm level Philippines Summary of proceedings, 13-18 October 1975: 118

National Soil Fertility Project. Volume 1. Objectives and procedures. National Soil Fertility Project Volume 1 Objectives and procedures: 267

National accelerated food production program: improvement of cassava processing and marketing; recommendations and report. National accelerated food production program: improvement of cassava processing and marketing; recommendations and report: 53

National aids to meat production in France. A report prepared for the Meat and Livestock Commission. National aids to meat production in France A report prepared for the Meat and Livestock Commission: 35

National and international dairy markets and their commercial organizations. Los mercados lecheros nacionales e internacionales y sus organizaciones comerciales: 76

National and international policies for food and agriculture. Proceedings of the 1977 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society held at Guelph, Ontario, in conjunction with the International Association of Agricultural Economists, August 1977: 70-75

National and international transport of fruit and vegetables. Notiziario del CRIOF 5(2): 48

National and regional forest policy. Montanaro d' Italia Monti e Boschi 28(3): 3-6

National and regional productivity of Canadian agriculture, 1961 to 1974. Canadian Farm Economics 10(6): 1-6

National and state level econometric models of the United States asparagus industry, 1948-1969. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 34(5): 2130

National assessment of the quality of Indonesian education. Progress report on survey of achievement in Grade Six. National assessment of the quality of Indonesian education Progress report on survey of achievement in Grade Six: 28

National coconut research symposium, Tacloban City, 17-19 November 1975. National coconut research symposium, Tacloban City, 17-19 November 1975: 383

National considerations in the development of tropical horticultural crops. HortScience 11(2): 129-130

National consultation on agricultural production. Gazdalkodas 21(3): 60-67

National consumption levels. Kereskedelmi Szemle 19(2): 16-18

National coordinators of information on forest genetic resources. Forest Genetic Resources Information (6): 49-54

National crop model of Thailand. Agricultural Economics Research Bulletin, Division of Agricultural Economics, Ministry of Agriculture and Co operatives, Thailand (17): 98

National demonstration - an analysis as a farm based extension medium. Madras Agricultural Journal 62(10/12): 615-618

National demonstrations a fore-runner of change in agricultural technology. Madras Agricultural Journal 62(10/12): 641-644

National development through the peasantry. Comercio Exterior 27(5): 573-579

National development, the 7th Plan. Economie Rurale (117): 6-12

National environmental statistical report. National environmental statistical report: 255

National farm capital accounts. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 58(3): 532-542

National farm safety year. Journal of Agricultural Labour Science 3(1): 1-17

National farm study. Grassland Research Institute: UK, Grassland Research Institute: Annual report 1976: 140-141

National food survey - a study of differential response based on a comparison of the 1971 sample with the Census. Statistical News (35): 35.18-35.22

National foodgrain stock policies in developing countries in the context of world food security. Zeitschrift fur Auslandische Landwirtschaft 14(3): 225-237

National forest inventory . District timber volumes and maps. Book No. 1. Inventario forestal nacional : Estimaciones Comarcales y mapas Cuaderno No 1: 11 + many tab. and maps

National forest landscape management. Volume 2. Chapter 1: The visual management system. Agriculture Handbook, US Department of Agriculture (462): 47

National forest landscape management. Volume 2. Chapter 2: Utilities. Agriculture Handbook, US Department of Agriculture (478): 147

National forest system working circles; a question of size and ownership composition. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (PSW-16): 8

National forests and recreational opportunities. Geographical Paper, Department of Geography, Reading University (39): ii + 60

National grain policies 1975. National grain policies 1975: v+271

National grasslands: farmers'/ranchers' rights under Federal Government grazing permits. Agricultural Economics Miscellaneous Report, Department of Agricultural Economics, North Dakota State University (22): 4

National guarantee funds against agricultural disaster. Economie et Finances Agricoles (November): 20-26

National interests and the Common Agricultural Policy. Agra Europe (730): E/1-E/3

National land use classification. National land use classification: vi+101

National legislation on protecting varieties and the Common Market. The admissibility of parallel imports. Agrarrecht 7(6): 157-161

National listing - grass varieties. Plant Varieties and Seeds Gazette (128): 19-40

National livestock map. Cattle and sheep. Mapa ganadero nacional Vacuno y ovino: 109

National maize development programme. Rampur. National maize development programme Rampur: 160

National map of the agroclimatic districts of Argentina. Idia (311): 21-48

National markets and the impacts of state land use and environmental programs. Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics 8(1): 71-77

National meeting on genetic problems in plant and animal improvement, Salta, Cerrillos, May 1975. Abstracts of papers. Reunion nacional sobre problemas geneticos en el mejoramiento vegetal y animal Salta, Cerrillos, Mayo 1975 Resumenes de trabajos presentados: 185

National methods of collecting agricultural statistics. Vol.I. Asia and the Far East, European and North American regions. National methods of collecting agricultural statistics VolI Asia and the Far East, European and North American regions: xii+375

National methods of collecting agricultural statistics. Vol.II. African, Latin American and Near East regions. National methods of collecting agricultural statistics VolII African, Latin American and Near East regions: v+234

National mushroom study 1975: a survey of economic aspects. Agricultural Enterprise Studies in England and Wales, University of Manchester (55): 49

National objectives in the analysis of public investments: a model for the assessment of irrigation investments. Rivista di Economia Agraria 32(4): 807-833

National park planning and the rights of native peoples. Parks 1(4): 1-2

National park policies. [Publication] Countryside Commission of England and Wales (CCP 95): ii + 5

National parks and equivalent reserves. National parks and equivalent reserves: ; 35

National parks and game reserves in Cameroon. Bois et Forets des Tropiques (170): 3-20

National parks plans. (1) A milestone in the development of planning. (2) Translating the plans into action. Planner 64(1): 20-23

National parks, three paces forward, march!. Town and Country Planning (March): 152-155

National parks: the dilemma of development. Science 191(4226): 440-444

National plan for tick control. Revista Veterinaria Venezolana 42(247): 84-95

National policies within the CAP. Food Policy 1(5): 405-412

National problem of agricultural engineering for rural development. Agricultural Mechanization in Asia 8(4): 16-22

National projections. Technical Communication, Department of Agricultural Technical Services, Re ic of South Africa: 8-10

National qualifications for forest supervisors. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 69(2): 91-93

National register of research publications 1965-1975. National register of research ications 1965-1975: 43

National self-sufficiency in food. Food Policy 1(5): 355-366

National seminar on the role of the organized sector in family welfare and family planning, organized by the Lesotho government in collaboration with ILO. National seminar on the role of the organized sector in family welfare and family planning, organized by the Lesotho government in collaboration with ILO: 77

National serologic survey. II. Search for antibodies against Entamoeba histolytica in Mexico. Sepulveda, B; Diamond, LS Editors Proceedings of the International Conference on amebiasis, organized by the Centro do Estudios sobre Amibiasis, Mexico City, 27-29 October, 1975: 599-618

National service and community involvement: attitudes of tertiary students in Papua New Guinea and the applicability of African experience to evolving service organizations. Rural Africana1977; (31): 21-35

National sheep breeding programmes - Great Britain. Sheep breeding Proceedings of the 1976 International Congress, Muresk and Perth, Western Australia, August 1976: 63-72

National sheep breeding programmes - New Zealand. Sheep breeding Proceedings of the 1976 International Congress, Muresk and Perth, Western Australia, August 1976: 33-39

National stocking and storage practices and policies for vegetable oils and oilseeds. Integrated programme for commodities. Second preparatory meeting on vegetable oils and oilseeds. National stocking and storage practices and policies for vegetable oils and oilseeds Integrated programme for commodities Second preparatory meeting on vegetable oils and oilseeds: 15

National surveillance of vectors and animal reservoirs. Folia Parasitologica 23(1): 1-14

National survey of market information requirements of primary producers. National survey of market information requirements of primary producers: 67

National survey of storage conditions. Part II. Control measures used against pests. Notas, Defesa Fitossanitaria dos Productos Armazenadosrecd 1975; (11): 63

National survey of storage conditions. Part III. List of fauna and register of species. Notas Defesa Fitossanitaria dos Produtos Armazenadosrecd 1975; (12): 154

National survey of the Isoptera of southern Africa. 1. The genus Baucaliotermes Sands (Termitidae: Nasutitermitinae). Cimbebasia, A 3(1): 1-7

National survey of the Isoptera of southern Africa. 10. The genus Hodotermes Hagen (Hodotermitidae). Cimbebasia Series A: 310: 105-137

National survey of the Isoptera of southern Africa. 2. The genus Schedorhinotermes Silvestri (Rhinotermitidae). Cimbebasia, A 3(2): 9-17

National survey of the Isoptera of southern Africa. 3. The genus Psammotermes Desneux (Rhinotermitidae). Cimbebasia, A 3(3): 19-28

National survey of the Isoptera of southern Africa. 4. The genus Fulleritermes Coaton (Termitidae: Nasutitermitinae). Cimbebasia, A 3(4): 29-38

National survey of the Isoptera of southern Africa. 5. The genus Rhadinotermes Sands (Termitidae: Nasutitermitinae). Cimbebasia, A 3(5): 40-45

National survey of the Isoptera of southern Africa. 6. The genus Microhodotermes Sjostedt (Hodotermitidae). Cimbebasia, A 3(6): 47-59

National survey of the Isoptera of southern Africa. 7. The genus Apicotermes Holmgren (Termitidae: Apicotermitinae). Cimbebasia, A 3(7): 61-72

National survey of the Isoptera of southern Africa. 8. The genus Macrotermes Holmgren (Termitidae: Macrotermitinae). Cimbebasia, A 3(8): 73-94

National tick control campaign in Bolivia. Bulletin de l' Office International des Epizooties 85(5/6): 629-636

National tick-control campaign in Colombia. Bulletin de l' Office International des Epizooties 85: 637-656

National tick-control programme in Bolivia. Bulletin de l' Office International des Epizooties 85: 629-636

National timber supply. America' s renewable resource potential 1975: the turning point Proceedings, 1975 National Convention, Society of American Foresters: 493-501

National variety trials with sugar beet in 1971-3. Listy Cukrovarnicke 90(11): 241-248

National water quality goals and irrigated agriculture. Journal of the Irrigation and Drainage Division, American Society of Civil Engineers 103(IR2): 109-114

National wheat development program. NSDB Technology Journal 1(1): 11-20

National youth mobilization schemes for training and service in rural development. Part 1: national initiatives. Rural Africana (30): 138

National youth mobilization schemes for training and service in rural development. Part 2. related international experiences and insights. Rural Africana1977; (31): 1-117

National youth services in the development of rural Africa: some second thoughts on trying to eat cake. Rural Africana1977; (31): 95-103

Nationalism, planning, and economic modernization in Malaysia: the politics of beginning development. Sage Research Papers (18): 85

Nationwide organochlorine and mercury residues in wings of adult mallards and black ducks during the 1969-70 hunting season. Pesticides Monitoring Journal 7(3/4): 153-164

Nationwide residues of organochlorines in starlings, 1974. Pesticides Monitoring Journal 10(1): 10-17

Native Iranian peanut resistance to seed infection by Aspergillus. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 25(6): 1422-1423

Native azaleas at the Morris Arboretum. Morris Arboretum Bulletin 26(4): 59-61

Native breeds of farm animals should not perish. Wies Wspolczesna 20(12 (238)): 99-103

Native bulbophyllums of India. American Orchid Society Bulletin 46(12): 1094-1100

Native edible fruits, nuts, vegetables, herbs, spices, and grasses of California. III. Vegetables. Leaflet, Division of Agricultural Sciences, California University (2705): 18

Native edible fruits, nuts, vegetables, herbs, spices, and grasses of California. IV. Herbs, spices, and grasses. Leaflet, Division of Agricultural Sciences, California University (2895): 13

Native faunal relationships within the pinyon-juniper ecosystem. [Proceedings,] The pinyon juniper ecosystem: a symposium, May 1975: 55-65

Native grassland ecosystems east of the Rocky Mountains in North America: a preliminary bibliography. Native grassland ecosystems east of the Rocky Mountains in North America: a preliminary bibliography: 466

Native infection of Trichostrongylus sp. in people. Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne 21(1): 15-20

Native natural enemies associated with Heliothis armigera in Thailand. Plant Protection Service Technical Bulletin, Department of Agriculture, Thailand 1974; (17): 6

Native orchids of Taiwan. Native orchids of Taiwan: 204

Native parasites of Unaspis yanonensis in Japan. Bulletin SROP [Section Regionale Ouest Palearctique]recd 1976; (3): 79-81

Native plant thought extinct grown as an ornamental. Journal of the Rio Grande Valley Horticultural Society 30: 113-114

Native resistance of Peromyscus maniculatus to Nematospiroides dubius infection. Experientia 32(3): 386-387

Native species for soil conservation in the Alps, New South Wales. Journal of the Soil Conservation Service of New South Wales 33(3): 200-217

Native trees of the Tatra Mountains. Part one. Studia Osrodka Dokumentacji Fizjograficznej 3: 200

Native vegetation in British Columbia's capital region. Report, Pacific Forest Research Centre, Canada (BC-X-140): 20

Natriuresis and carbohydrate-induced antinatriuresis in fasted, hydrated hypertensives. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 149(2): 319-324

Natriuresis in rats acutely depleted of chloride. Clinical Science and Molecular Medicine 52(1): 23-31

Natriuretic hormone. Clinical Science and Molecular Medicine 53(1): 1-8

Natural 15N abundance in soil, leaves and grain as influenced by long term additions of fertilizer N at several rates. Journal of Environmental Quality 4(4): 486-490

Natural borna virus infection in rabbits. Zentralblatt für Veterinarmedizin. Reihe B. Journal of Veterinary Medicine. Series B 25(2): 161-164

Natural alcohols in oils and fats and purity control. Technique Laitiere (877): 13-14, 16

Natural and agricultural ecosystems. Journal of Environmental Quality 4(2): 143-145

Natural and artificial Spruce forests: problems of publicity work in forestry. Allgemeine Forstzeitung 87(12): 373-374

Natural and artificial insemination; costs and results. Revista de los CREA 11(61): 43-45

Natural and artificial regeneration practices in the high forest of Ghana. Ghana Forestry Journal 2: 45-49

Natural and experimental parasitization of the genus Hyponomeuta (Lepidoptera) by the polyembryonic entomophage Ageniaspis fuscicollis (Hym., Chalcidoidea). Annales de Zoologie, Ecologie Animale 6(3): 383-405

Natural and experimental staphylococcal mastitis in rabbits. Journal of Comparative Pathology 86(4): 581-593

Natural and fertilizer nitrogen in streams and lakes. Fertilizers and the Environment Proceedings, Symposium, Sydney University, Australia, May 1974 Leece, DR, Editor: 53-59

Natural and gibberellic acid induced parthenocarpy in mango: cv. Thambva. Current Science 47(10): 353-355

Natural and induced mutation rates in diploid, tetraploid and hexaploid oats. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 34(7): 3042B

Natural and induced mutations in hybrid barley breeding. Third International Barley Genetics Symposium, July 7-12, 1975 Authors A G: [Abstracts]: 28

Natural and induced plasmon variation affecting growth habit in peanuts, A. hypogaea. Mutation Breeding Newsletter (9): 2

Natural and induced sexual maturity in gilts on different types of rearing diets. Tierzuchter 29(2): 53-56

Natural and instrumental insemination of Apis cerana indica in India. Journal of Apicultural Research 14(3/4): 153-159

Natural and man-made disasters in Southeast Ethiopia: outlines of a historical approach to a contemporary national crisis. Paideuma, Mitteilungen zur Kulturkunde (21): 61-133

Natural and planted forests in the Argentine Republic. Idia 1974; (Suplemento Forestal 8): 105-110

Natural and selected starters for Grana cheese. Latte 2(1): 22-29

Natural and technological factors contributing to multiple-crop diversification in Taiwan. Philippine Economic Journal 14(1/2): 47-63

Natural anti-ovalbumin agglutinins in adult chickens. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 151(3): 495-497

Natural antibiotic activity of Lactobacillus acidophilus and bulgaricus. Cultured Dairy Products Journal 11(4): 14-17

Natural antibiotic activity of Lactobacillus acidophilus and bulgaricus. II. Isolation of Acidophilin from L. acidophilus. Cultured Dairy Products Journal 12(2): 8-11

Natural attrition in larval populations of the treehole mosquito Aedes sierrensis (Ludlow). Proceedings and Papers of the Forty fourth Annual Conference of the California Mosquito Control Association, Inc January 25-28, 1976, held at the Bakersfield Inn, Bakersfield, California: 46

Natural beechwoods with white woodrush in Belgium. Communications du Centre d' Ecologie Forestiere et Rurale (13): 29

Natural benzoate content of dairy products. Milchwissenschaft 32(9): 534-537

Natural biological communities and interference from agriculture. Stikstof (18): 22-32

Natural canine leishmaniasis in Costa Rica. Resumenes de trabajos libres Congreso IV Latinoamericano de Parasitologia, etc, San Jose, Costa Rica, 7-11 Dec, 1976: 5

Natural chemical susbtances affecting cherry fruit fly behaviour. I. Laboratory trials. Bollettino del Laboratorio di Entomologia Agraria ' Filippo Silvestri' , Portici 33: 310-314

Natural chlorophyll mutants in a Himalayan pine. Silvae Genetica 26(4): 142

Natural compounds. 1. Nucleic acids, proteins and carbohydrates. Natural compounds 1 Nucleic acids, proteins and carbohydrates: viii + 231

Natural compounds. 2. Antibiotics, vitamins and hormones. Natural compounds 2 Antibiotics, vitamins and hormones: ix + 304

Natural concentrations of 210Pb and 210Po in plants of steppe phytocenoses. Soviet Journal of Ecology 7(1): 21-24

Natural conditions of livestock production on the Adamaoua plateau. Cahiers de l' ORSTOM, Serie Sciences Humaines 11(2): 145-198

Natural control factors operating in some European forest insect populations. Proceedings of XV International Congress of Entomology Washington, DC, August 19-27, 1976: 617-621

Natural control of Chrysomphalus ficus by Aphytis holoxanthus in Taiwan. Journal of Taiwan Agricultural Research 23(2): 136-142

Natural control of Heliothis armigera Hub. and Anomis flava Fab. on cotton by nematodes (mermithids). Indian Journal of Entomology 40(1): 101

Natural control of Heliothis armigera Hubner on cotton by nematodes. Entomologists' Newsletter 7(9/10): 40-41

Natural control of ground-nut aphid, Aphis craccivora Koch, in central Gujarat. Current Science 45(1): 34-35

Natural control of pricklypear. Noxious Brush and Weed Control Research Highlights (Volume 4): 10

Natural control of the cereal cyst-nematode by parasitic fungi. ARC Research Review 4(1): 17-21

Natural control of three rindworm species and chemical control of the granulate cutworm, Feltia subterranea, on watermelon. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1976; 88: 204-207

Natural cooling of milk after pasteurization in dairies. Kholodil' naya Tekhnika (5): 48

Natural coumarins. XVIII. The seasonal variation in the coumarin contents of Ficus carica and Ficus sycomorus. Egyptian Journal of Chemistry 1977; 18(3): 515-523

Natural cross pollination in Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp. and Lablab niger Medikus. Madras Agricultural Journal 60(9/12): 1828

Natural cross pollination in musk melon (Cucumis melo L.). Annamalai University Agricultural Research Annual 6: 49-52

Natural cross pollination of cotton at Upington. Agroplantae 7(4): 91-92

Natural cross-pollination of cotton. Arkansas Farm Research 25(3): 6

Natural crossing in guar, Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) Taub. Crop Science 15(6): 876-877

Natural crossing in tomato. Anales de Edafologia y Agrobiologia 34(11/12): 1043-1048

Natural cutaneous leishmaniasis among dogs in Panama. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 25(1): 59-63

Natural decline of a pine needle scale (Chionaspis pinifoliae (Fitch)), outbreak at South Lake Tahoe, California following cessation of adult mosquito control with malathion. Ecology 56(4): 893-904

Natural defence mechanisms against mastitis. Annual Meeting National Mastitis Council, Inc February 21-23, 1977: USA, National Mastitis Council, Inc : USA, National Mastitis Council, Inc, Symposium: Annual Meeting National Mastitis Council, Inc February 21-23, 1977: 19-38

Natural development of Oochoristica sp. (Cestoda: Linstowiidae) cysticercoids in the proglottides of the maternal strobila anomalously localized in the final host. Parazitologiya 12(1): 58-61

Natural development of gastro-intestinal nematode infections of calves born during the rainy season in Guaira, Sao Paulo State, Brazil. Cientifica, Sao Paulo 4(3): 346-355

Natural distribution of Eucalyptus globulus Labill. Australian Geographer 13(1): 22-35

Natural durability and preservation of a hundred tropical African woods. [Monograph,] International Development Research Centre, Ottawa (IDRC-017f): 143

Natural durability and preservation of one hundred tropical African woods. Natural durability and preservation of one hundred tropical African woods: 131

Natural dust and acid rain. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 6(2-4): 295-302

Natural elimination of tobacco rattle virus in tulip 'Apeldoorn'. Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology 82(6): 255-256

Natural emergency queen rearing by Apis mellifera adansonii and its relevance for successful queen production by beekeepers, II. African bees: taxonomy, biology and economic use Editor D J C Fletcher: Fletcher, D J C; Tribe, G D : Natural emergency queen rearing by the African bee A m adansonii and its relevance for successful queen production by beekeepers, I: 161-168

Natural emergency queen rearing by the African bee A. m. adansonii and its relevance for successful queen production by beekeepers, I. African bees; taxonomy, biology and economic use Editor D J C Fletcher: 132-140

Natural enemies and the prospects of biological control of Tamarix sp. Proceedings of the IV International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds: ; 197-198

Natural enemies and their effect on the population dynamics of lucerne gall-midges . Zakhist Roslin (24): 29-36

Natural enemies and their role in limitation and control of Brevicoryne brassicae L. in Pakistan. Technical Bulletin of the Commonwealth Institute of Biological Control (16): 69-78

Natural enemies for pest control in seed crops under glass. Zaadbelangen 31(4): 114-116

Natural enemies of Abutilon, Amaranthus, Rumex and Sorghum in Pakistan. Trinidad, Commonwealth Institute of Biological Control: Report of work carried out during 1975: 69-70

Natural enemies of Loranthus longiflorus. Trinidad, Commonwealth Institute of Biological Control: Report of work carried out during 1975: 57

Natural enemies of Numicia viridis Muir (Homoptera: Tropiduchidae). Entomological Society of Southern Africa: Proceedings of the First Congress of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa, 1974 Stellenbosch: 245-254

Natural enemies of Orobanche in India and possibilities of its biological control. Technical Bulletin, Commonwealth Institute of Biological Control (18): 75-83

Natural enemies of Papaver spp. and Cannabis sativa. Trinidad, Commonwealth Institute of Biological Control: Report of work carried out during 1975: 59-60

Natural enemies of Quadraspidiotus macroporanus Takagi (Homoptera: Diaspididae). Transactions of the Shikoku Entomological Society 12(1/2): 31-32

Natural enemies of Tamarix spp. Trinidad, Commonwealth Institute of Biological Control: Report of work carried out during 1975: 70-71

Natural enemies of Trogoderma granarium Everts infesting wheat in the rural stores in the Punjab. Bulletin of Grain Technology 13(1): 52-55

Natural enemies of aphids on vegetable crops. Rastitelna Zashchita 25(2): 7-10

Natural enemies of certain acacias in Australia. Proceedings of the second National Weeds Conference of South Africa, Stellenbosch 2-4 February 1977: ; 75-82

Natural enemies of coccoids. Brochure, Section Regionale Ouest Palearctique, Organisation Internationale de Lutte Biologique contre les Animaux et les Plantes Nuisiblesrecd 1976; (3): 91-99

Natural enemies of cotton pests. Zashchita Rastenii (8): 20-21

Natural enemies of dwarf mistletoes, Arceuthobium spp., and other forest weeds. Trinidad, Commonwealth Institute of Biological Control: Report of work carried out during 1975: 66

Natural enemies of geometrids, yponomeutids and noctuids. Brochure, Section Regionale Ouest Palearctique, Organisation Internationale de Lutte Biologique contre les Animaux et les Plantes Nuisiblesrecd 1976; (3): 61-69

Natural enemies of grapevine phylloxera (Viteus vitifoliae) and their role in reducing the pest populations in the southern Ukraine. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Nauchno Issledovatel' skogo Instituta Zashchity Rastenii (46): 88-97

Natural enemies of mites. Rastitelna Zashchita 25(2): 11-14

Natural enemies of some plant bugs (Miridae) in Poland. Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych, E 6(1): 125-135

Natural enemies of strangler, Morrenia odorata, and two closely related species, M. brachystephana and Araujia hortorum in Uruguay. Proceedings of the IV International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds: ; 128-131

Natural enemies of the apple blossom weevil (Anthonomus pomorum). Augu Aizsardzibas Problemas (84): 17-27

Natural enemies of the avocado leaf worm Stericta albifasciata Druce, 1902 (Lepidoptera: Epipaschidae). Arquivos da Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeirorecd 1976; 4(2): 15-17

Natural enemies of the brown planthopper. The rice brown planthopper: 42-56

Natural enemies of the cabbage and turnip root fly. Zashchita Rastenii (2): 31

Natural enemies of the gipsy moth and the gold-tail moth in mountain oak forests. Lesnoye Khozyaistvo (5): 66-67

Natural enemies of the transparent scale and control of the leaf bud beetle attacking coconut palm in Taiwan. Journal of Agricultural Research of China 25(2): 141-155

Natural environment and land use. Monti e Boschi 27(4): 41-43

Natural environment impact assessment: a rational approach. Environmental Management 1(3): 213-226

Natural environment, pedogenesis and soil survey in agricultural pedology. Agronomie Tropicale 32(1): 12-30

Natural exterior finishes for wood in the Pacific northwest. Forest Products Journal 26(8): 21-27

Natural factors operating in the population dynamics of Heliothis zea in North Carolina. Proceedings of XV International Congress of Entomology Washington, DC, August 19-27, 1976: 622-642

Natural fertilization of a heavily thinned Douglas-Fir stand by understory Red Alder. Research Note, School of Forestry, Oregon State University (56): 3

Natural fiber and bowel dysfunction. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 29(12): 1427-1431

Natural field spread of sugarcane mosaic virus at Coimbatore. Sugarcane Pathologists' Newsletter (15/16): 44-47

Natural flora in the pastures of Central Italy: its yield and botanical and chemical composition. Rivista di Agronomia 10(4): 240-248

Natural fluoride from tea: the possible contribution to the total daily fluoride intake of the population. Voeding 39(1): 21-27

Natural fluorine levels in the Bluff area, New Zealand. 2. Concentrations in pasture, soil, water, and urine of sheep and cattle. New Zealand Journal of Science 18(3): 433-440

Natural foci of California encephalitis virus activity in the Yukon Territory. Canadian Journal of Public Health 68(1): 69-73

Natural foci of Newcastle disease virus among birds in the USSR. Voprosy Virusologii (3): 311-316

Natural foci of alveolar hydatidosis in the areas around Irtysh in the Tyumen region. Voprosy kraevoi infektsionnoi patologii: 137-142

Natural foci of cucumber virus 1 in Uzbekistan. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Nauchno Issledovatel' skogo Instituta Zashchity Rastenii: 50-57

Natural foci of dictyocauliasis of sheep in central Kazakhstan. Contributions to the natural nidality of diseases, Vol7: 90-93, 153

Natural foci of diseases in the environment exploited or artificially formed by man. Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne 22(4-5): 511-514

Natural foci of opisthorchiasis in the Aklyubinsk region (Kazakh SSR). Voprosy Prirodnoi Ochagovosti Boleznei (3): 100-106

Natural foci of plague in the Gurban-Saikhan Mountains. International and national aspects of the epidemiological surveillance of plague scientific conference Volume I; Volume II: Mezhdunarodnye i natsional' nye aspekty epidnadzora pri chume k nauchnoi konferentsii Chast' I; Chast' II: 28-30

Natural foci of plant parasitic nematodes, possible source of infection for cultivated plants. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Turkmenskoi SSR Turkmenistan SSR Ylymlar Akademijasynyn Habarlary, Biologicheskie Nauki (2): 73-74

Natural foci of trichophytosis of man and animals caused by Trichophyton gypseum in Kamchatka. Vestnik Dermatologii i Venerologii (8): 35-39

Natural foci of virus diseases of potato. Tr Biol Pochv Inst Dal' nevost Nauch Tsentr AN SSSR (28 (131)): 105-109

Natural foci of zoonotic cutaneous leishmaniasis in Central Asia and problems of defining the area of distribution of Leishmania major. Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni 47(3): 21-28

Natural focus of entomophthorosis of spider mite and the possibility of using a fungus for the control of mites. Dokl VASKHNIL (1): 20-21

Natural forest vegetation of Mt. Osuzu and its slopes facing towards the coast of Hyuganada, Kyushu, Japan. Japanese Journal of Ecology 26(4): 179-190

Natural forestry in the context of the ecological structure of the Mediterranean region. Boletin de la Estacion Central de Ecologia 5(9): 3-29

Natural forests in the development of the humid American tropics. The use of ecological guidelines for development in the American humid tropics Papers and proceedings, Caracas, Venezuela, 20-22 February 1974: 129-138

Natural fungal flora of dogs and cats as a reservoir of fungi pathogenic for man. Mykosen 20(2): 47-50

Natural gardening handbook. Plants and Gardens 31(1): 72

Natural growth inhibitors - the possible modes of their action. Fiziologiya i Biokhimiya Kul' turnykh Rastenii 8(2): 138-141

Natural growth inhibitors and phytohormones. Prirodnye ingibitory rosta i fitogormony:

Natural growth substances in Perlette grapes in relation to berry development. Haryana Journal of Horticultural Sciences 3(3/4): 106-112

Natural gums for edible purposes. Food Technology Review, Noyes Data Corporation (36): xii + 338

Natural hayfields and grasslands of the Khakass Autonomous Region. Prirodnye senokosy i pastbishch Khakasskoi avtonomnoi oblasti: 298

Natural herbage plants of Altai province. Korma (6): 40-41

Natural history in the National Capital Region ; a bibliography. Information Report, Forest Management Institute, Canada (FMR-X-65): vii + 97

Natural history of Plummers Island, Maryland. XXII. Biting midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). 1. Introduction and key to genera. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 90(3): 615-647

Natural history of chagasic cardiomyopathy. Scientific Publication, Pan American Health Organization (318): 191-193

Natural history of feline leukaemia virus. Journal of Small Animal Practice 16(7): 409-413

Natural hosts of Haemaphysalis erinacei Pavesi, 1884 in Italy. Rivista di Parassitologia 38(1): 93-95

Natural hybridization among wild, weedy and cultivated Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp. Euphytica 24: 699-707

Natural hybridization between Hordeum parodii and H. jubatum: a morphological, cytogenetic and protein electrophoretic study. Cytologia 40(3/4): 649-662

Natural hybridization between Pinus halepensis and Pinus brutia in Greece. Silvae Genetica 24(5/6): 163-168

Natural hybridization in French bean. Priroda, Bulgaria 25(5): 66-67

Natural hybridization in Japanese Calamagrostis III. The origin and present status of Calamagrostis longiseta var. longe-aristata. Botanical Magazine 91(1023): 141-171

Natural hybridization in Japanese Calamagrostis. I. Several interspecific combinations in central Honshu. Botanical Magazine, Tokyo 90(1018): 103-128

Natural hybridization in Japanese Calamagrostis. II. Calamagrostis langsdorffii X C. sachalinensis, an example of an agamic complex. Botanical Magazine 90(1019): 193-209

Natural hybridization in Panicum millet. Selektsiya i semenovodstvo Resp mezhved temat nauch sb (34): 41-44

Natural hybridization of Cupressus sargentii and C. macnabiana and the composition of the derived essential oils. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 2(3/4): 113-119

Natural immunity in cats to feline leukemia viral antigens. Journal of Immunology 117(5 Pt.2): 2029-2035

Natural immunity in mice on diets with different proportions of fats and carbohydrates. Voprosy Pitaniya (1): 44-46

Natural immunity of Diatraea centrella to Paratheresia claripalpis and Metagonistylum minense. Proceedings of the International Society of Sugar Cane Technologists Fourteenth Congress, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 22 November 5, 1971: 411-422

Natural inactivation of blister rust cankers on western white pine. Forest Science 23(3): 343-350

Natural incidence and persistence of complement-fixing antibody to two equine mycoplasmas. Journal of Comparative Pathology 86(1): 87-92

Natural incidence of canker on Amelonado and hybrid cocoa in Fiji and results from artificial inoculation with Phytophthora palmivora. Tropical Agriculture 55(3): 269-272

Natural incidence of cowpea viruses and their effect on yield of cowpea. Indian Phytopathology 1976; 28(3): 330-334

Natural infection of Aedes (S.) hebrideus by a Coelomomyces in the New Hebrides. Annales de Parasitologie Humaine et Comparee 50(5): 643-646

Natural infection of Aedes trivittatus (COQ) with Dirofilaria immitis in central Iowa. Journal of Parasitology 62(2): 276-280

Natural infection of Calomys musculinus (Rodentia, Cricetidae) by Trypanosoma cruzi. Revista de la Asociacion Argentina de Microbiologia 9(1): 11-16

Natural infection of Daphne by carnation mottle virus. Plant Disease Reporter 61(8): 675-678

Natural infection of Rhodnius robustus Larrouse and Rhodnius pictipes Stal by T. cruzi and T. rangeli in Venezuela. Boletin de la Direccion de Malariologia y Saneamiento Ambiental 15(3/4): 117-120

Natural infection of cockroaches (Insecta:Dictyoptera) in Tunis; their role as intermediate hosts of Mastophorus muris (Gmelin, 1970) and of Moniliformis moniliformis (Bremser, 1811). Archives de l' Institut Pasteur de Tunis 53(3): 211-238

Natural infection of fleas with the causative agent of plague in north-western Mongolia. International and national aspects of the epidemiological surveillance of plague scientific conference Volume I; Volume II: Mezhdunarodnye i natsional' nye aspekty epidnadzora pri chume k nauchnoi konferentsii Chast' I; Chast' II: 59-60

Natural infection of foals with Strongyloides westeri by the milk. Parassitologia 18(1/3): 41-44

Natural infection of mung bean by bean common mosaic virus in India. Indian Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology 1977; 6(1): 94-95

Natural infection of muscle of wild boars in Japan by immature Paragonimus westermani (Kerbert 1878). Journal of Parasitology 64(3): 559-560

Natural infection of pigs with bovine viral diarrhea virus and its differential diagnosis from hog cholera. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 169(11): 1217-1219

Natural infection of pregnant cattle with the virus of bluetongue - the effect on their progeny. Refuah Veterinarith 32(1): 1-6

Natural infection of rats in Egypt with unsheathed microfilariae. Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal 1975; 1(1/2): 85-90

Natural infection of safflower by a tobamovirus. Plant Disease Reporter 61(12): 1010-1012

Natural infection of sickle senna (Cassia tora L.) and cowpea (Vigna sinensis Savi) plants by some new strains of southern bean mosaic virus. Portugaliae Acta Biologica, A1974; 13(1/4): 87-89

Natural infection of the Cairo spiny mouse, Acomys cahirinus with Trypanosoma and Toxoplasma in Egypt. Journal of the Egyptian Society of Parasitology 6: 45-52

Natural infections of Richardson's ground squirrels with western equine encephalomyelitis virus, Saskatchewan, Canada, 1964-1973. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 21(7): 954-958

Natural infections with Phytophthora cactorum in progenies of selfed apple cultivars. Proceedings of Eucarpia Fruit Section Symposium V Top Fruit Breeding Canterbury, Sept 11-14-1973: 69-74

Natural intra-uterine infection of foals with equine herpes virus type 1 in Victoria. Australian Veterinary Journal 54(3): 147

Natural iso-antibody to the Ars antigenic blood factor and production characters of Russian Large White sows. Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Akademii Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk (7): 31-32

Natural isotopic ratios of nitrogen. I. Initial results: soils of Dombes. Revue d' Ecologie et de Biologie du Sol 14(2): 279-187

Natural leaching effect on salt-affected soils in Taiwan. 1. Land with open drainage system. Report of the Taiwan Sugar Research Institute (74): 15-25

Natural limitations to the abundance of sawflies. Zashchita Rastenii (9): 30

Natural loss of intestinal parasites of Vietnamese immigrants following entry to Canada. Canada Diseases Weekly Report 2: 65-66

Natural meadows in the cis-Arctic Ural zone. Trudy Komi Filiala Akademii Nauk SSR (30): 33-46

Natural methods of increasing the production of first-crop figs. Fruits 33(2): 117-119

Natural methods of purifying waste waters and utilizing them in agriculture. Bibliography. Parts 1 and 2. Report, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL-TL-505): 205

Natural mulch or chemical conditioner for reducing soil erosion in humid tropical areas. Special Publication, Soil Science Society of America (7): 131-138

Natural multiple pregnancy and the possibility of selecting cattle for twinning. Fiziol i biokhim osnovy povysh produktivnosti zhivotnykh: 1975; 56-70

Natural multiple-queen colonies in Apis mellifera. Anais do 4 deg Congresso Brasileiro de Apicultura, 1976: 173-178

Natural mutations in North Caucasian oaks as a factor in the development of new forms. Genet, selektsiya, semenovodstvo i introduktsiya les porod: 1975; 8-19

Natural nidality of brucellosis in the Far North of the Soviet Union. Zhurnal Mikrobiologii Epidemiologii i Immunobiologii (8): 142

Natural nidality of leptospirosis in the Far East. Voprosy prirodnoi Ochagovosti Boleznei Alma Ata; Akademiya Nauk Kazakhskoi SSR (8): 64-69

Natural nutrition of man in the course of evolution. Qualitas Plantarum 25(1): 77-88

Natural occurrence and growth of Gliocladium roseum on the mycelium and sclerotia of Botrytis allii. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 65(2): 335-338

Natural occurrence of Poa supina on grass playing fields in the Tyrol. Rasen Grunflachen Begrunungen 8(2): 44-46

Natural occurrence of alternariols in discoloured pecans. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 25(1): 206-208

Natural occurrence of carnation ringspot virus in Stellaria media (L.) Cyrill. from vineyards detected for the first time. Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 29(4): 59-60

Natural occurrence of cherry mottle leaf in apricot. Plant Disease Reporter 62(7): 630-632

Natural occurrence of milky disease bacterium, Bacillus popilliae Dutky, on white grubs in India. Current Science 44(22): 819-820

Natural occurrence of ochratoxin A, a kidney-toxic mold metabolite in Scandinavian cereals. Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych (189): 22-24

Natural occurrence of potato virus Y on Datura metel. Current Science 45(12): 467

Natural occurrence of progesterone in commercial milk products. Zeitschrift für Lebensmittel-Untersuchung und -Forschung 158(5): 257-259

Natural occurrence of tobacco mosaic virus in wheat. Plant Disease Reporter 59(9): 747-750

Natural occurrence of tobacco necrosis virus in a rusty-root disease complex of Daucus carota in Ontario. Phytopathologische Zeitschrift 91(3): 203-217

Natural occurrence of turnip mosaic virus in Hungary. Acta Phytopathologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 10(1/2): 77-88

Natural outcrossing in wheat substitution lines. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 28(5): 763-768

Natural parasitism of Telenomus on eggs of the stink bug Oebalus insularis in Mexico. International Rice Research Newsletter 3(1): 13

Natural pastures of Chad. Extension manual. Paturages naturels du Tchad Manuel de vulgarisation: 177

Natural pastures of areas of extensive cattle production in the management of the Volta Valleys. Etude Agropastorale, Institut d' Elevage et de Medecine Veterinaire des Pays Tropicaux (47): 135

Natural plant chemicals acting as oviposition deterrents on cabbage butterflies (Pieris brassicae (L.), P. rapae (L.) and P. napi (L.)). Zoologica Scripta 4(5/6): 253-258

Natural plant enzyme inhibitors. 1. Protease inhibitors of tubers and bulbs. Indian Journal of Biochemistry and Biophysics 12(4): 383-385

Natural plant enzyme inhibitors. 2. Protease inhibitors of seeds. Indian Journal of Biochemistry and Biophysics 13(1): 52-56

Natural plant succession after farming in Kepong. Malaysian Forester 40(1): 61-78

Natural polyploids in Cucurbitaceae I. Cytogenetical studies in triploid Momordica dioica Roxb. Caryologia 29(1): 7-13

Natural population fluctuations of the genera Chelostoma and Heriades. Apidologie 7(2): 189-195

Natural populations of Trifolium pratense L. in North Italy. 1. Annali dell' Istituto Sperimentale per le Colture Foraggere 3: 183-209

Natural potent inhibitors of tobacco mosaic virus multiplication. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires de Seances de l' Academie des Sciences, D 282(24): 2231-2234

Natural principles of spring barley distribution in Poland. Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczo Technicznej w Olsztynie, Rolnictwo (16): 23-41

Natural product synthesis and vitamin B12. Total synthesis of vitamin B12 provided a framework for exploration in several areas of organic chemistry. Science, USA 196(4297): 1410-1420

Natural products affecting the gestation period of sheep and their mode of action. South African Journal of Science 72(6): 184

Natural products and the protection of plants. Natural products and the protection of plants: xliv + 846

Natural products of abdominal and metathoracic scent glands of Coreoid bugs. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 68(6): 955-960

Natural proteolysis in whey and susceptibility of whey proteins to acidic proteases of rennet. Journal of Dairy Science 59(9): 1568-1573

Natural pyrethrins and synthetic pyrethroids. Phytoma 30(299): 9-13

Natural radioactive contamination in soils of Valencia Province. Revista de Geofisica 33(3/4): 263-273

Natural radioactivity of typical krasnozems in the eluvial landscapes of Western Georgia. Moscow University Soil Science Bulletin 31(3/4): 68-70

Natural radiocarbon measurement of soil and organic matter fractions and soil profiles of different pedogenesis. Proceedings of the 8th International Radiocarbon Dating Conference, Lower Hutt, New Zealand, 18-25 October, 1972, Volume 2 comp Rafter, TA; Grant Taylor, T: E1-E12

Natural ranges of steppe shrubs of the genera Spiraea and Caragana, and their associated communities in the dissected region of low hills of the Kazakh SSR. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 61(5): 663-675

Natural ratios of nitrogen isotopes. II. Application to the measurement of symbiotic nitrogen fixation in situ. Revue d' Ecologie et de Biologie du Sol 14(3): 395-402

Natural reclamative regionalization of the Northern Caucasus and lower Volga regions. Pochvovedenie (4): 101-113

Natural regeneration and development of Nuttall Oak and associated species. USDA Forest Service Research Paper, Southern Forest Experiment Station (SO-104): 12

Natural regeneration in Scandinavian conifer forests. Tidsskrift for Skogbruk 84(4): 311-321

Natural regeneration in production forest. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen 127(2): 81-90

Natural regeneration in the Beech forests of the Crimean State Reserve. Lesovedenie (1): 52-58

Natural regeneration of Beech in the Harz forests in relation to stand-management categories. Sozialistische Forstwirtschaft 27(5): 150-154

Natural regeneration of Birch on cultivated mineral soil. Folia Forestalia, Institutum Forestale Fenniae (252): 15

Natural regeneration of Maple. Kand tasarruf elmi habarlari, Vestn s kh nauki (1): 49-50

Natural regeneration of Pinus sylvestris on felled areas in the Angara region. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo (2): 30-31

Natural regeneration of introduced species of cypress in Baku. Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada (103): 21-24

Natural regeneration of native Pine species in Thailand. I. Maturity indices for Pinus cones. Research Note, Faculty of Forestry, Kasetsart University, Thailand (14): 11

Natural regeneration of native Pine species in Thailand. II. Germination and survival in different seedbed conditions. Research Note, Faculty of Forestry, Kasetsart University, Thailand (16): 8

Natural regeneration of species of Pinus introduced into the central chernozem regions. Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada (91): 23-26

Natural regeneration on different types of felling sites in the Ukrainian Carpathians. Lesovodstvo i Agrolesomelior Resp Mezhved Temat Nauch Sb (46): 52-58

Natural regulation of crop pests in their indigenous ecosystems and in Iowa agroecosystems: bioregulation of economic insect pests. Iowa State Journal of Research (4, part 2): 435-445

Natural regulation of innocuous gypsy moth populations. Environmental Entomology 6(2): 315-322

Natural regulators of the numbers of pests of cabbage. Zashchita Rastenii (6): 23-24

Natural regulators of the numbers of pests of plants. Zashchita Rastenii (5): 22-23

Natural remanent magnetization of some soils. Soviet Soil Science 8(4): 471-478

Natural remission of nephrotic syndrome in a dog with immune-complex glomerular disease. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 168(2): 129-137

Natural replacement of disease-killed Elms. American Midland Naturalist 90(2): 300-306

Natural resistance of Castanea sativa wood to fungal attack, and its cause. Beihefte zu Material und Organismen (3): 77-89

Natural resistance of an African rodent Praomys (Mastomys) natalensis to rabies infection. Annales de Microbiologie 127(3): 447-453

Natural resistance to Oak mildew. Arboricultural Journal 3(1): 23-29

Natural resource conservation and use implications of price and income policies. In: Farm and food policy symposium. Proceedings of Great Plains Agricultural Policy Seminar sponsored by Great Plains Agricultural Council and the Farm Foundation, Kansas City, Missouri, February 22-24, 1977. Great Plains Agricultural Council Publication (84): 143-173

Natural resource economics: the upsetting discipline. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 59(5): 814-823

Natural resource management, the steady state, and approximately optimal decision rules. Land economics: 53(1) 1-22

Natural resource mapping in mountainous terrain by computer analysis of ERTS-1 satellite data. Research Bulletin, Agricultural Experiment Station, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana (919): 124

Natural resources and agriculture under capitalism: Marx's economic model. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 57(4): 701-704

Natural resources of tropical agriculture (Sumatra/Indonesia). Tropenlandwirt 76(April): 70-80

Natural resources, the environment and pollution. Contributions to a series of debates. 2 volumes. Recursos naturais, meio ambiente e poluicao Contribuicoes de um ciclo de debates 2 vols: 368; 458

Natural revegetation and cast overburden properties of surface-mined coal lands in Southern Indiana. Ecology and reclamation of devastated land Vol1: 285-306

Natural rubber - the solution to pesticide pollution. Rubber Developments 27(2): 54-57

Natural rubber marketing: an analytical framework for policy. Farm Policy 15(1): 3-10

Natural rubber: market prospects and some economic, biological and political considerations. Boletim Tecnico, Centro de Pesquisas do Cacau (54): 32

Natural science and economic progress in a context of commercial horticulture. Acta Horticulturae (40): 13-23

Natural seedlings and sprouts after regeneration cuttings in old-growth Redwood. USDA Forest Service Research Paper, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (PSW-111): 17

Natural selection and animal breeding. Third International Congress of the Society for the Advancement of Breeding Researches in Asia and Oceania SABRAO in association with the Australian Plant Breeding Conference, Australia, February 1977 Animal Breeding Papers: 4-19 to 4-21

Natural selection and biochemical properties of polymorphic esterases in barley. Third International Barley Genetics Symposium, July 7-12, 1975 Authors A G: [Abstracts]: 20

Natural selection and heredity. Natural selection and heredity (Ed. 4): 239

Natural selection and random genetic drift in phenotypic evolution. Evolution 30(2): 314-334

Natural selection and the Michaelis constant. Journal of Theoretical Biology 50(2): 461-475

Natural selection and the evolution of reproductive effort. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 72(6): 2227-2231

Natural selection at the alpha -GDH locus in Drosophila. Nature, UK 269(5624): 144-145

Natural selection for drought resistance in Pinus caribaea Morelet. Turrialba 26(4): 381-387

Natural selection for variances in offspring numbers: a new evolutionary principle. American Naturalist 111(981): 1010-1014

Natural selection in a mixture of eight barley varieties, grown in six successive years. 1. Competition between the varieties. Euphytica 24(2): 305-315

Natural selection in a mixture of eight barley varieties, grown in six successive years. 2. The influence of the harvest date on survival. Euphytica 24(3): 575-579

Natural selection of optimal reproductive tactics. American Zoologist 16(4): 775-784

Natural self pollination in lucerne. Visnik sil' s' kogospod nauki (10): 100-101

Natural shedding of cotton leaves. Khlopkovodstvo (12): 31

Natural sites of Alnus incana in the Ukrainian Poles'e. Ukrains' kii Botanichnii Zhurnal 34(4): 420-421

Natural spread of helminthoses after the introduction of wild animals. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov Moskovskaya Veterinarnaya Akademiya 74B: 163-166

Natural swards in vineyards - practical information. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Obst und Weinbau 114(10): 253-256, 265

Natural sweeteners and their effect on taste. Industrielle Obst und Gemuseverwertung 61(9): 229-231

Natural toxicants in foods. Journal, American Pharmaceutical Association 17(2): 121-122

Natural toxoplasmosis in rabbits. Vtoroi II Vsesoyuznyi simpozium po toksoplazmozu Itogi izucheniya toksoplazmoza v SSSR i puti dal' neishego uluchsheniya diagnostiki, lecheniya i profilaktiki, 26-28 maya 1976 g Tezisy Dokladov: 108

Natural transmission of Schistosoma mansoni in Guadeloupe (French Antilles). Preliminary note. Annales de Parasitologie Humaine et Comparee 52(3): 259-275

Natural transplantation of leukocytes during suckling. Transplantation Proceedings 7(1, Suppl. 1): 399-402

Natural triploids of Populus species in plant breeding. Genetika, Yugoslavia 8(3): 183-186

Natural types of the Eastern ecological-geographical group of grapevine cultivars ( convar. orientalis). Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 54(2): 156-166

Natural uneven-aged stands as informational ecosystems. Buletinul Universitatii din Brasov, B 16: 59-65

Natural variation - raw material for genetic gain. Forest tree improvement the third decade: 24th annual forestry symposium, 1975 Part 1 Recognizing and utilizing genetic variation: 15-18

Natural variation in balsam fir foliar components of dietary importance to spruce budworm. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 7(1): 47-53

Natural variation in the incidence of bitter pit in an apple orchard. Deciduous Fruit Grower 26(3): 87-91

Natural variation of tissue proportions and vessel and fiber length in mature Northern Red Oak. Silvae Genetica 25(3/4): 122-126

Natural variations in the decay and oxidation of parathion foliar residues. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 26(2): 437-441

Natural vegetation and pasture research. Tropical Pasture Research Principles and Methods; ed by NH Shaw and WW Bryan: 51-76

Natural vegetation in the district of Odemira. Vegetacao espontanea no concelho de Odemira: 40

Natural vegetation of the Azapa valley. 2. Idesia (3): 197-199

Natural vegetation on Florida's coastal dunes. Proceedings, Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida 34: 169-171

Natural versus man-made forest in Nilgiris with special reference to run-off, soil loss and productivity. Indian Forester 103(7): 460-465

Natural virus infection in green and cynomolgus monkeys. Kitasato Archives of Experimental Medicine 47(4): 15-66

Natural ways of transmission of tobacco mosaic virus (TMV). Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Nauchno Issledovatel' skogo Instituta Zashchity Rastenii (32): 54-60

Natural/synthetic rubber competition and the feasibility of a natural rubber export cartel. Malayan Economic Review 22(1): 47-70

Naturally acquired Angiostrongylus cantonensis infection: a cause of ascending paralysis in pups in the Brisbane area. I. Clinical signs and epidemiology. Proceedings of the 54th annual conference, Perth, 9-13 May 1977: 72

Naturally acquired Angiostrongylus cantonensis infection: a cause of ascending paralysis in pups in the Brisbane area. II. Clinical pathology and post mortem findings. Proceedings of the 54th annual conference, Perth, 9-13 May 1977: 73-74

Naturally acquired Coccidia infection in lambs in Otago. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 25(1-2): 30-33

Naturally acquired immunity against tetanus in man and animals. Indian Journal of Animal Health 15(2): 89-92

Naturally occurring Tyzzer's disease as a complication of distemper and mycotic pneumonia in a dog. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 169(4): 419-420

Naturally occurring Tyzzer's disease in guinea pigs. Veterinary Record 102(13): 288-288

Naturally occurring and experimentally induced eastern encephalomyelitis in calves. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 169(10): 1101-1103

Naturally occurring and experimentally induced mycoplasmal arthritis of cattle. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 2(3): 165-168

Naturally occurring and induced genotypes of high lysine sorghum. Evaluation of seed protein alterations by mutation breeding Part 1: 45-53

Naturally occurring atherosclerotic lesions and ageing changes in the aorta of Indian water buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis). Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin 25A(3): 231-240

Naturally occurring canine herpesvirus infection in Japan. Nihon Juigaku Zasshi. Japanese Journal of Veterinary Science 40(2): 157-169

Naturally occurring congenitally transmitted infections of laboratory animals. Infections and pregnancy: 109-140

Naturally occurring cytokinins in aonla (Emblica officinalis Gaertn.) fruit. New Phytologist 76(3): 441-448

Naturally occurring hepatozoonosis in a coyote. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 14(2): 244-246

Naturally occurring histoplasmosis in the chinchilla (Chinchilla laniger). Journal of Clinical Microbiology 1(5): 486-488

Naturally occurring hybrids between sugarbeet and Beta macrocarpa in the Imperial Valley of California. Journal of the American Society of Sugar Beet Technologists 18(3): 245-251

Naturally occurring hypertrophic pyloric stenosis in the domestic rabbit. Laboratory Animal Science 25(3): 355-360

Naturally occurring insect growth regulators. II. Screening of insect and plant extracts as insect juvenile hormone mimics. Lloydia 38(6): 455-472

Naturally occurring insect growth regulators. III. Echinolone, a highly active juvenile hormone mimic from Echinacea angustifolia roots. Lloydia 38(6): 473-476

Naturally occurring intracytoplasmic inclusions in the canine exocrine pancreas. Veterinary Pathology 12(3): 210-219

Naturally occurring iron-chelating compounds in oat- and rice-root washings. I. Activity measurement and preliminary characterization. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 22(4): 423-433

Naturally occurring neurologic disease in a fallow deer infected with meningeal worms. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 13(1): 55-58

Naturally occurring nitrosatable compounds. I. Secondary amines in foodstuffs. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 24(3): 550-553

Naturally occurring parafollicular cell carcinoma of the thyroid in dogs. A histological and ultrastructural study. Veterinary Pathology 14(6): 556-566

Naturally occurring progestogens in cows. I. Physiological study. Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire de l' Ecole d' Alfort 149(9): 1181-1203

Naturally occurring progestogens in cows. II. Effects on breeding. Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire de l' Ecole d' Alfort 149(12): 1601-1613

Naturally occurring quinols and quinones studied as semiquinones by electron spin resonance. Phytochemistry 17(4): 775-778

Naturally occurring rabies virus and neutralizing antibody in two species of insectivorous bats of new york state. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 13(4): 366-369

Naturally occurring reticuloendotheliosis in turkeys: transmission. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 56(2): 419-422

Naturally occurring superfoetation in the rat. Laboratory Animals 11(1): 49-50

Naturally occurring tolerance in isolates of Botrytis cinerea to benomyl. Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society 3: 289

Naturally occurring tolerance in isolates of Ceratocystis ulmi to methyl 2-benzimidazolecarbamate hydrochloride. Phytopathology 66(2): 225-227

Naturally occurring toxicants in foods and their significance. Clinical Toxicology 9(5): 647-663

Naturally occurring trypanosomiasis (Chagas' disease) in dogs. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 171(2): 171-177

Naturally produced aerosols of Pseudomonas glycinea. Phytopathology 65(6): 737-738

Naturally-occurring neonatal canine herpesvirus infection. Veterinary Record 99(25-26): 501-503

Nature and determination of the morphological phase polymorphism of newly hatched nymphs of Locusta migratoria migratorioides (R. & F.). Acrida 6(3): 239-247

Nature and development of Zaire's agriculture (1958-1975). Cahiers du CEDAF (6): 2-47

Nature and distribution of clay minerals in relation to different landscapes of some soils of Malwa alluvial plain (Punjab). Fertilizer Technology 14(1/2): 66-69

Nature and environment conservation in the Federal German Republic. Natur und Umweltschutz in der Bundesre ik Deutschland: xvi + 926

Nature and environment protection in five continents. Natur und Umweltschutz in funf Kontinenten: 253

Nature and epidemiological significance of infection of bean seed by Whetzelinia sclerotiorum. Phytopathology 65(11): 1323-1324

Nature and evolution of soils developed on the granite complex in the subhumid tropics (Ivory Coast). II. Micromorphology and mineralogy. Pedologie 25(1): 40-55

Nature and extent of damage by Helopeltis antonii S., the tea mosquito on cashew. Journal of Plantation Crops 5(1): 58-59

Nature and extent of glyceride structure variabilities in total seed fats of C16-C18 and GS3-nil type from different biological sources. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 44(12): 841-846

Nature and extent of infrastructure needs and its impact on rural community development in Bangladesh. Seminar on role of infrastructure in rural community development 30 November, 1976 Sri Lanka: 19-32

Nature and genesis of mudboils, central Keewatin, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 14(7): 1053-1068

Nature and impact of temperature and moisture in arid weathering and soil forming processes - a review. Pedologie 26(3): 205-224

Nature and impact of wind action on arid and semi arid soils, a review. Bulletin de la Societe Belge d' Etudes Geographiques 46(1): 37-50

Nature and location of increased ribonuclease activity in potato leaves following infection with Phytophthora infestans. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 66(2): 239-248

Nature and magnitude of calcium uptake by excised roots of vetch and barley. Plant and Soil 46(1): 79-91

Nature and nurture in diabetic glomerulopathy. Journal of the American Medical Association 236(12): 1387-1388

Nature and origin of the genomes of wheat from the data of biochemical and immunochemical analysis of the proteins in the grain. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya 11(5): 656-665

Nature and origin of volatile flavour components of onion and related species. International Flavours and Food Additives 7(5): 222-227, 233

Nature and pattern of demand for agricultural credit. Financing Agriculture 9(2): 3-5, 27

Nature and periodicity of the rings in the wood of Samba. Bois et Forets des Tropiques (169): 29-35

Nature and quantity of dietary protein and metabolism of glycosaminoglycans in rats fed cholesterol free and cholesterol containing diet. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 16(1): 36-42