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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 455

Chapter 455 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Pathomorphology and ultrastructure of the neoplastic changes in soft tissue in leucosarcomatous osteodysplasia (osteopetrosis) of guinea-fowl (Numida meleagris). Obshcha i Sravnitelna Patologiya (2): 3-7

Pathomorphology of bone marrow in cattle with leucosis and reticulosis. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Eksperimental' noi Veterinarnii 43: 374-383, 444

Pathomorphology of paratuberculosis in sheep. Veterinariya, Moscow, USSR (9): 59-62

Pathomorphology of pulmonary aspergillosis in tuberculosis patients based on resection material. Arkhiv Patologii 38(4): 37-42

Pathomorphology of the bursa of Fabricius in fowls. Veterinariya, Moscow, USSR (5): 55-58

Pathophysiologic features of Q fever-infected guinea pigs. American Journal of Veterinary Research 36(7): 1047-1052

Pathophysiological and immunological aspects of animal infection with Capillaria hepatica. Fortschritte der Veterinarmedizin, Beiheft zum Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin (25): 161-163

Pathophysiological aspects of transport stress in pigs. III. Stress and muscle. Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin 30(13): 501-508

Pathophysiological aspects of transport stress in pigs. IV. Exhaustion-producing muscular activity. Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin 31(12): 449-454

Pathophysiological aspects of transport stress in swine. IV. Pathophysiological mechanism - death during transport as a systematic functional disorder. Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin 31(17): 655-659

Pathophysiological aspects of transport stress on swine. V. Pathophysiological mechanism of exhaustion. Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin 31(16): 606-610

Pathophysiological changes in apple infected by rosette. Selektsiya i Agrotekhn Plod i Yagod Kul' tur v Sredn Povolzh' e (4): 78-88

Pathophysiological changes in chickens following aldrin treatment. Archiv fur Experimentelle Veterinarmedizin 32(1): 23-27

Pathophysiological changes in plum leaves attacked by prune dwarf virus. Acta Inst Bot Acad Sci Slov, B 1: 321-336

Pathophysiological studies of experimental Fasciola hepatica infections in sheep and rabbits. Pathophysiology of parasitic infection Proc 7th Internat Conf World Ass Adv Vet Parasit, Thessaloniki, Greece, 14-16 July, 1975: 75-82

Pathophysiological studies on sheep exposed to challenge infections with Fasciola hepatica. Over, HJ; Armour, J Editors Facts and reflections II Workshop on fascioliasis, Parasit Dep Cent Diergeneeskundig Inst, Lelystad, Netherlands, 22-24 May, 1975: ; 55-57

Pathophysiological study on some diseases of medicinal plants. Acta Inst Bot Acad Sci Slov, B 1: 51-61

Pathophysiology and significance of malabsorption after Roux-en-Y reconstruction. Surgery 81(6): 684-691

Pathophysiology and therapy of trichomoniasis. Fortschritte der Medizin 95(12): 809-814

Pathophysiology of airway obstruction in horses: a review. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 172(3): 299-303

Pathophysiology of angiotensin-salt hypertension. Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 85(5): 734-745

Pathophysiology of coli enteritis of piglets. IV. Action of heat-labile enterotoxin from porcine E. coli in colostrum-deprived newborn piglets. Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja 31(11): 693-698

Pathophysiology of enteric colibacillosis in the intact neonatal calf. Dissertation Abstracts International 37B(3): 1133-1134

Pathophysiology of heartworm disease. , Proceeding of the Heartworm Symposium 1974, 16-17 March, 1974, Auburn, Alabama, USA Compiled: Amer Heartworm Soc: 38-42

Pathophysiology of infectious diseases in immunosuppressive therapy. Pathologie-Biologie 24(2): 133-139

Pathophysiology of lipolysis in human adipose tissue. Wiener Klinische Wochenschrift. Supplementum 73: 1-12

Pathophysiology of ovine fascioliasis: the influence of dietary protein and iron on the erythrokinetics of sheep experimentally infected with Fasciola hepatica. Veterinary Parasitology, 44: 327-339

Pathophysiology of parasitic infection. (Proc. 7th Internat. Conf. World Ass. Adv. Vet. Parasit., Thessaloniki, Greece, 14-16 July 1975). Pathophysiology of parasitic infection Proc 7th Internat Conf World Ass Adv Vet Parasit, Thessaloniki, Greece, 14-16 July 1975: xvii + 258

Pathophysiology of parasitic infection. Plasma protein metabolism. Soulsby, EJL Editor Pathophysiology of parasitic infection Proc 7th Internat Conf World Ass Adv Vet Parasit, Thessaloniki, Greece, 14-16 July, 1975: 23-40

Pathophysiology of plants 1. Proceedings of the IInd Conference on the pathophysiology of plants (Sept. 11-13, 1973). Acta Instituti Botanici Academiae Scientiarum Slovacae, B (1): 492

Pathophysiology of subdiaphragmatic bancroftian filariasis. Medecine Tropicale 36(4): 349-371

Pathophysiology of the immune response to parasites. Pathophysiology of parasitic infection Proc 7th Internat Conf World Ass Adv Vet Parasit, Thessaloniki, Greece, 14-16 July, 1975: 221-232

Pathophysiology of the resistance of finger-millet to helminthosporiose. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 1976; 44(7): 434-436

Pathotype investigations with populations of Heterodera avenae Woll. (1966-1975). Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 83(11): 647-656

Paths out of poverty. Research in the Northeast. Technical Bulletin, Life Sciences and Agriculture Experiment Station, University of Maine (77): 132

Pathway of nitro reduction of parathion by spinach homogenate. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 23(2): 281-286

Pathway of penetration of benomyl into Cucumis sativus L. and Phaseolus vulgaris L. after seed treatment. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Gent 39(2,II): 1161-1170

Pathways of CO2 fixation in the CAM plant Kalanchoe daigremontiana. III. Correlation with delta 13C value during growth and water stress. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 3(6): 787-799

Pathways of acetate and propionate production in adult Fasciola hepatica. International Journal for Parasitology, 82: 117-123

Pathways of carbohydrate in the bovine endometrial-chorionic unit as an embryonic nutrient. JARQ Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly 9(4): 225-230

Pathways strewn with plant pigments. New Scientist 71(1008): 70-71

Patio ludens and extinction of plants. Notes from the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh 36(2): 317-323

Patricia and Piratininga, high quality table grape cultivars for tropical climates. Bragantia 35: CXIX-CXXIII

Patricia and Piratininga, table grape varieties for tropical areas. Bragantia 35(2): cxix-cxxiii

Patrick Manson and the story of bancroftian filariasis. Medical entomology centenary Symposium proceedings, 23-25 November, 1977: 11-14

Patriotic and class traditions of the Polish peasant movement. Wies Wspolczesna 20(7 (233)): 20-26

Patrol route planning for an airborne infrared forest fire detection system. Forest Science 21(4): 382-389

Pattern analysis in field experiments. Bulletin, Commonwealth Bureau of Pastures and Field Crops (50): 107-117

Pattern and control of distribution of 14C-assimilates in reproductive plants of Lolium multiflorum Lam. var. westerwoldicum. Annals of Botany 39(161): 403-411

Pattern and seral composition in an old-growth Beech-Maple forest. Ecology 56(3): 727-731

Pattern differentiation of mutable c alleles; a second factor conditioning pattern type. Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter 50: 65-67

Pattern for intensifying socialist agriculture. Zakonomernosti intensifikatsii sotsialististicheskogo sel' skogo khozyaistva: 176

Pattern in the hunger signal of hornet larvae (Vespa orientalis). Experientia 31: 1044-1046

Pattern modulation and pattern detection in the visual system of Hymenoptera. Information processing in the visual systems of arthropods Symposium, Zurich, 1972, editor R Wehner: 183-194

Pattern of 32P incorporation in DNA and RNA by root forming hypocotyl cutting of Vigna. Bhabha Atomic Research Centre: India, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre: Use of radiations and radioisotopes in studies of plant productivity Proceedings of a symposium held at GB Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar, April 12-14, 1974: 663-671

Pattern of acidic amino acid fraction. Amino acid composition of broad bean (Vicia faba L.). Part I. Journal of the Agricultural Chemical Society of Japan 49(6): 313-316

Pattern of asset-holding in rural India. A study of top asset-holders. Economic and Political Weekly 11(28): 1034-1041

Pattern of asset-holding in rural India: a comment. Economic and Political Weekly 12(3): 67-68

Pattern of association between yield and yield attributes in rice. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 44(11): 712-717

Pattern of biochemical and immune recovery in protein calorie malnutrition. South African Medical Journal 48(32): 1375-1378

Pattern of bladder cancer in the Sudan and its relation to schistosomiasis: a study of 255 vesical carcinomas. Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 78(10-11): 219-223

Pattern of consumption expenditure in rural areas of Assam (a case study). Ad hoc Study, Agro Economic Research Centre for North East India, Assam Agricultural University (34): 47 + 11

Pattern of development and duration of immunity in chicks protected with 'F' strain Ranikhet disease vaccine. Indian Veterinary Journal 54(7): 509-516

Pattern of dissipation of some soil-applied herbicides. Proceedings of the 29th New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference: 115-119

Pattern of drinking and feeding produced by hypothalamic norepinephrine injection in the satiated rat. Physiology and Behavior 14(6): 731-742

Pattern of drug resistance and its transfer in Salmonella. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 1977; 45(9): 634-637

Pattern of dry matter accumulation and nitrogen uptake by wheat. Indian Journal of Agronomy 21(2): 145-149

Pattern of dry matter accumulation of pearl millet as influenced by various inter and intra row spacings with varying levels of nitrogen. Indian Journal of Agronomy 21(4): 449-452

Pattern of dry-matter accumulation and distribution in sorghums (Sorghum vulgare Pers.). Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences 10(2): 161-168

Pattern of estimated agricultural expenditures in the 1975-80 Nigerian plan: some implications. Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies 17(3): 245-261

Pattern of flowering, seed development and seed yield of two varieties of groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.). Malaysian Agricultural Research 4(1): 45-52

Pattern of food and mortality in Belgium. Lancet 2(8032): 306

Pattern of genetic variation in the reproductive characters of coconut. Breeding researches in Asia and Oceania Proceedings of the Second General Congress of the Society for the Advancement of Breeding Researches in Asia and Oceania Session II Breeding of plantation crops: 75-82

Pattern of growth of lowland and highland Peruvian Quechua of similar genetic composition. Human Biology 47(3): 233-243

Pattern of growth, flowering and yield attributes in safflower. Maharashtra Vidnyan Mandir Patrika 9(1/2): 98-103

Pattern of height growth in Radiata Pine progenies in Gippsland, Victoria. Australian Forest Research 6(4): 21-26

Pattern of inheritance of bacterial leaf streak resistance in rice. Current Science 44(16): 600-601

Pattern of intake of three roughage diets by non-pregnant, non-lactating Scottish Blackface ewes over a long period and the effects of previous nutritional history on current intake. Animal Production 26(2): 203-215

Pattern of interspecific association in Sehima-Heteropogon grasslands under three different systems of management. Annals of Arid Zone 14(4): 358-366

Pattern of job expectations and employment among rural youth (paper presented to the Asian Rural Seminar on Rural Employment Promotion, Colombo 20-28, 1977). Pattern of job expectations and employment among rural youth paper presented to the Asian Rural Seminar on Rural Employment Promotion, Colombo 20-28, 1977: 84

Pattern of labour absorption in Southern Nigeria plantations. Economic Bulletin of Ghana 4(2): 3-17

Pattern of milking operations on the experimental milking installation of the tandem type with semi-automatic milking. Latvijas Lauksaimniecibas Akademijas Raksti (92): 31-34, 79

Pattern of mineral nutrients in avocado (Persea americana) during the annual cycle. Comptes Rendus, 4e Colloque International sur le Controle de l' Alimentation des Plantes Cultivees Gent, September 1976, Vol I: ; 574-583

Pattern of photosynthesis in a saline indica var. of rice Kala Rata. Bhabha Atomic Research Centre: India, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre: Use of radiations and radioisotopes in studies of plant productivity Proceedings of a symposium held at GB Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar, April 12-14, 1974: 755-763

Pattern of protein-energy malnutrition in Sudanese children and comparison with some other Middle East countries. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics and Environmental Child Health 21(6): 329-333

Pattern of relationships between certain leafhoppers and plants. Part II. Role of sensory stimuli in orientation and feeding. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 17(4): 493-503

Pattern of socio-economic analysis for development projects. Civilizations 27(1/2): 119-134

Pattern of sugar intolerance in children following chronic or recurrent diarrhoea: a preliminary report. Indian Pediatrics 13(3): 177-186

Pattern of symptoms produced by Xanthomonas malvacearum (E.F. Smith) Dowson on cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) in the State of Sao Paulo. Summa Phytopathologica 2(3): 172-177

Pattern of tillering in relation to spacing and nitrogen in finger millet. Current Research 5(7): 120-121

Pattern of use and safety aspects in application of insect viruses in agriculture and forestry. Baculoviruses for Insect Pest Control: Safety Considerations: 123-128

Pattern of variability in open pollinated varieties of brown sarson cultivared in Uttar Pradesh. Oilseeds Journal 4(4): 35-42

Pattern of variation in steepland soils: soil differences in complex topography. New Zealand Journal of Science 18(1): 53-66

Pattern of vegetable leaf miner infestations in Florida celery. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1977; 89: 150-154

Pattern of water consumption on commercial dairy farms. Latvijas Lauksaimniecibas Akademijas Raksti (99): 72-81, 104

Pattern processing control of a self-propelled-chassis. Journal of the Society of Agricultural Machinery, Japan 38(4): 509-513

Pattern recognition in insects: orientation-physiological investigation on information processing in optical systems. Verhandlungsbericht der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft 65: 251-265

Pattern similarity of consumption of food amount and food items. Japanese Journal of Nutrition 34(5): 191-198

Patterned ground formation and description as suggested by low arctic and subarctic examples. Arctic and Alpine Research 8(4): 329-342

Patterned ground in the Maritimes, Canada. Biuletyn Peryglacjalny (26): 199-204

Patterns and segregation of peroxidase isoenzymes in some species of Fragaria. HortScience 12(4): 416

Patterns for mixing tree species in the afforestation of gully and ravine lands. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo (11): 60-61

Patterns in household demand and saving. Patterns in household demand and saving: 280

Patterns in the development of virus epiphytotics. Zakonomernosti razvitiya virusnykh epifitotii: 160

Patterns in the distribution of radioactive fission products of global fall-out in the forests of the northern part of European Russia. Lesovedenie (4): 104-107

Patterns in the sounds produced by Paravespula germanica wasps. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 57(6 Pt 2): 1521-1525

Patterns in the use of single plant hosts by wood-boring beetles. Oikos 27(1): 161-164

Patterns of Candida endocarditis following cardiac surgery: importance of early diagnosis and therapy (an analysis of 91 cases). Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases 17(2): 125-160

Patterns of DNA synthesis in polytenic chromosomes of hybrid Anopheles atroparvus X Anopheles labranchiae (Diptera: Nematocera). Rivista di Biologia 68(3): 239-242, 231-238

Patterns of ULV spraying. British Crop Protection Council Monograph (11): 67-72

Patterns of acute renal failure in leptospirosis. Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 79(7): 158-160

Patterns of agricultural outmigration and multiple crop farming in Taiwan. Philippine Economic Journal 14(1/2): 138-148

Patterns of airflow in normal horses and horses with respiratory disease. Proceedings, 21st annual convention, American Association of Equine Practitioners,: 11-20

Patterns of anthocyanin inheritance in rice. VI. Two cases of six gene segregation. Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 36(1): 69-83

Patterns of area change in open grasslands during rainy season. Journal of the Indian Botanical Society 53(1/2): 34-40

Patterns of argentophilic papillae of Schistosoma rodhaini and S. mansoni cercariae. Journal of Parasitology 62(3): 420-425

Patterns of assimilate distribution in soybeans at maturity. 1. The influence of reproductive development stage and leaf position. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 28(2): 203-209

Patterns of assimilate distribution in soybeans at maturity. 2. The time course of changes in 14C distribution in pods and stem sections. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 28(3): 395-400

Patterns of assimilate distribution in soybeans at maturity. 3. The contribution of assimilate to pods near the apex in determinate types. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 29(1): 1-8

Patterns of basidiomycete nutrient accumulation in conifer and deciduous forest litter. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 7(4/5): 265-268

Patterns of behaviour of grasshoppers of different life forms from the steppes and semidesert of Tuva. 3. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 55(5): 715-720

Patterns of body weight change in rats following neonatal hormone manipulation: a critical period for androgen-induced growth increases. Acta Endocrinologica 79(1): 177-191

Patterns of bud development on Imperata cylindrica rhizomes at Doi Pui, Chiengmai. Kog Ma Watershed Research Bulletin, Faculty of Forestry, Kasetsart University, Thailand (11): 45

Patterns of carbon allocation in an Arctic tundra grass, Dupontia fischeri (Gramineae), at Barrow, Alaska. American Journal of Botany 62(8): 797-807

Patterns of care, illness, nutrition, growth and development during the first three years of life in a rural setting. Journal of the Philippine Medical Association 52(5/6): 91-127

Patterns of cell differentiation during ontogeny. 3 i S"ezd Vses o va genetikov i selektsionerov im N I Vavilova, Leningrad, 16-20 maya 1977 g T 1 Genet i selektsiya rast Tez dokl: 208-209

Patterns of change in Irish cattle and beef industry. OECD: Towards a more efficient beef chain Documentation assembled for the symposium organised by the OECD in Paris from 10th-13th January, 1977: 421-432

Patterns of change in rural normative structure. Rural Sociology 41(1): 60-75

Patterns of communication in a rural population. [Publication] Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, Ohio State University (ESS 546): 42

Patterns of cortical bone growth in moderately malnourished preschool children. Human Biology 47(3): 337-350

Patterns of dispersal of Metaphycus helvolus Compere (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea, Encyrtidae) released at a point in a Citrus grove. Bulletin SROP [Section Regionale Ouest Palearctique]recd 1976; (3): 131-134

Patterns of distribution of Formica lugubris Zett. nests in Irish plantation woods (Hymenoptera, Formicidae). Wilde, J de Chairman: De Wilde, J : Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects Wageningen, The Netherlands, September 5-10, 1977: 156-157

Patterns of dormancy breaking in seeds of few paddy varieties. Current Science 45(12): 463-464

Patterns of ecogenetic variation in natural populations of the Festuca microstachys Nutt. complex. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 35(10): 4937B

Patterns of energy utilization in the litter subsystem of a Douglas-Fir forest. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 34(5): 1980

Patterns of enzyme activity in the corpus luteum of pregnant and non-pregnant pigs. Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin 22A(9): 785-790

Patterns of essential oil formation in two species of Cymbopogon in Burdwan, West Bengal. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 14(2): 214-216

Patterns of fiber differentiation in peas. Israel Journal of Botany 26(1): 45

Patterns of food consumption and quality of diets of individuals in an Egyptian village. Alexandria Journal of Agricultural Research 22(1): 13-21

Patterns of food iron absorption in iron-deficient white and Indian subjects and in venesected haemochromatotic patients. British Journal of Haematology 33(3): 425-435

Patterns of free fatty acids in relation to changes in cheesemaking technology. Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczo Technicznej w Olsztynie (151, Technologia Zywnosci 8): 3-14

Patterns of gastric electrical and motor activity in miniature pigs. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 54(5): 764-773

Patterns of genetic variation within fifteen tree species in times of bud burst and flowering. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 36(6): 2547

Patterns of growth of Graafian follicles in sheep and their relationship to ovulation rate. Theriogenology 8(4): 172

Patterns of gypsy moth occurrence within a sparse and numerically stable population. Environmental Entomology 4(4): 535-542

Patterns of ingestion of rats adjusting to a controlled feeding schedule of 4 hr per day. Journal of Physiology 273(2): 35P

Patterns of inheritance in apomictic reproduction and the experimental production of regular apomixis. Fundament issledovaniya Biol nauki: 149-154

Patterns of inheritance in pine and spruce. Rapporter och Uppsatser, Institutionen for Skogsgenetik (18): 57-63

Patterns of insect plant relationships determining susceptibility of food plants in the diamond back moth, Plutella xylostella (L) Curtis. Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences 11(4): 547-549

Patterns of internal migration in the Philippines. South East Asia Spectrum 4(1): 52-68

Patterns of intraspecific agonistic interactions involved in nest defense of a primitively eusocial halictine bee. Journal of Comparative Physiology 93: 183-193

Patterns of land tenure, division of labor, and voting behaviour in Europe. Comparative Politics 8(3): 365-430

Patterns of lipid distribution and utilisation in insects. American Zoologist 16(4): 733-745

Patterns of lipid storage and utilization in birds. American Zoologist 16(4): 671-684

Patterns of milk transmission of Strongyloides ratti. Parasitology 77(1): 87-96

Patterns of mitosis and differentiation in cells derived from pea root protoplasts. American Journal of Botany 63(4): 473-480

Patterns of modificational and genotypic variation in quantitative characters in spring-wheat varieties with different numbers of genes for dwarfness. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya 13(1): 49-56

Patterns of physician use in the North Central region of the United States. CARD Report, Center for Agricultural and Rural Development, Iowa State University (74): 51

Patterns of pituitary and gonadal hormone secretion during a 24 hour period in the male rat. Biology of Reproduction 16(4): 495-498

Patterns of protein synthesis during seed germination. Welsh Plant Breeding Station: UK, Welsh Plant Breeding Station: Report for 1972: 76-78

Patterns of protein-energy malnutrition in early childhood in Jordan. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 27(11): 1254-1258

Patterns of proteolytic enzyme activities in different tissues of germinating corn (Zea mays L.). Planta 140(2): 155-162

Patterns of relationship between certain leafhoppers and plants. I. Responses to plants. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 17(2): 303-318

Patterns of relationships between certain leafhoppers and plants, part III. Range and interaction of sensory stimuli. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 18(2): 194-206

Patterns of relationships between certain leafhoppers and plants, part IV. Sequence of stimuli determining arrival on a plant. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 18(2): 207-212

Patterns of resistance to a pulsed electric current in sound and decayed utility poles. Forest Products Journal 28(1): 48-51

Patterns of sexually transmitted enteric diseases in a city. Lancet 2(8027): 3-4

Patterns of shoot development in Pinus and their relationship to growth potential. Tree physiology and yield improvement shoot and cambial growth: 223-243

Patterns of shoot growth, growth cessation and bud set in a nursery test of Sitka spruce provenances. Scottish Forestry 30(1): 16-24

Patterns of stomatal behaviour, transpiration, and CO2 exchange in pea following infection by powdery mildew (Erysiphe pisi). Journal of Experimental Botany 27(101): 1196-1205

Patterns of the territorial distribution of excessively moist forests in Latvia. Lesovedenie (2): 9-17

Patterns of transmission of bilharziasis in Rhodesia. Central African Journal of Medicine 23(11 Suppl): 2-6

Patterns of urinary iodine excretion in a newly identified goitrous area of central Sicily. Nutrition and Metabolism 19(1-2): 55-64

Patterns of urinary oestrogen excretion in individual pregnant mares. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility. Supplement: 649-675

Patterns of variation and features of intraspecific structure in Birches of the section Albae in the Urals in relations to latitude. Tr I nta ekolog rast i zhivotnykh Ural' sk nauch tsentr AN SSSR (94): 15-91

Patterns of variation of the common liver-fluke (Fasciola sp.) in Japan. V. Heredity of large egg strain and small egg strain.. Japanese Journal of Parasitology 25(4): 231-234

Patterns of visual perception in the ant Formica sanguinea. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 55(9): 1343-1353

Patterns of vitamin B12 absorption in humans mediated by homologous and heterologous intrinsic factors. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 9(3): 327-334

Patterns of weaning in south Brazil. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics and Environmental Child Health 21(4): 210-211

Patterns, policies, and problems in Colorado land use and development. An assessment of some advantages and disadvantages of current techniques in land-use planning and control. Patterns, policies, and problems in Colorado land use and development An assessment of some advantages and disadvantages of current techniques in land use planning and control: 13

Patterns, policies, and problems in Colorado land use and development. Four papers: (1) Urban containment and agricultural conservation; (2) the politics of land use planning; (3) legal requirements for designation of hazard areas; (4) preserving agricultural land for farm uses. Patterns, policies, and problems in Colorado land use and development Four papers: 1 Urban containment and agricultural conservation; 2 the politics of land use planning; 3 legal requirements for designation of hazard areas; 4 preserving agricultural land for farm uses: 36

Patulin content of juice and wine produced from moldy grapes. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 25(2): 434-437

Patulin effects on wheat plants in field treatments. Plant and Soil 47(3): 679-686

Patulin in apple drinks. Var Foda 28(8): 189-196

Patulin in foods of vegetable origin. 2. Several kinds of fruit and vegetables and fruit and vegetable products. Zeitschrift für Lebensmittel-Untersuchung und -Forschung 163(2): 111-114

Patulin in foods of vegetable origin. I. Pomaceous fruits and products made from them. Zeitschrift fur Lebensmittel Untersuchung und Forschung 162(2): 149-157

Patulin production by Penicillium roqueforti Thom from grape. Canadian Institute of Food Science and Technology Journal 11(3): 149-151

Pauesia (Pauesia) cedrobii sp.n., the first known parasite of the cedar aphid Cedrobium laportei Remaudiere (Hym. Aphidiidae) . Annales de la Societe Entomologique de France 13(1): 159-163

Paul Beckerman: a comment. World Development 6(4): 545-548

Pavlovian conditioning of eating induced by spreading depression in cortex, striatum and hippocampus of rats. Physiology and Behavior 15(1): 71-78

Pavonia intermedia. Gb + Gw 77(45): 1090-1091

Pawpaw seed storage experiment. Bulletin Penelitian Hortikultura 1(1): 13-17

Pay and the new points system in Chinese agriculture. Discussion Paper, Institute of Economic Development and Research, School of Economics, University of the Philippines (4): 43

Pay negotiations today and tomorrow of interest to the farmer. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 8(7/8): 635-637

Paying CTT with trees. Country Landowner (December): 31-32

Paying off the farm debt. Feedstuffs 49(39): 20-21, 23

Paying the Hungarian co-operative farmer. Studies in Comparative Communism 9(3): 270-274

Payment according to protein from the standpoint of milk producer. Molkerei Zeitung Welt der Milch 30(1/2): 13-14

Payment according to work performed in the agro-industrial complexes. Ikonomicheska Misul (7): 12-21

Payment by results in industrialized livestock production. Kooperation 9(4): 182-186

Payment by results in industrialized livestock production in the GDR. Internationale Zeitschrift der Landwirtschaft (1): 23-28

Payment for milk. Deutsche Milchwirtschaft 28(12): 380-382

Payment for milk and raw milk quality requirements in Czechoslovakia. XX International Dairy Congress, Vol E: 1035-1036

Payment for milk fat and milk protein. XX International Dairy Congress, Vol E: 1037-1038

Payment for milk to be based partly on protein content. Meieriposten 67(22): 644-645

Payment for raw milk based on fat and protein contents of random samples. Milchwissenschaft 31(9): 545-548

Payment of milk according to its protein content. Ratification of the agreement concluded within the interprofessional dairy organization. Lait 57(561/562): 113-114

Payment of milk according to protein content - producers in grassland areas are not at a disadvantage. Deutsche Molkerei Zeitung 98(42): 1343

Payment systems used in collective farms in the Soviet Union and China. Studies in Comparative Communism 9(3): 257-269

Pb adsorption by soils. I. Adsorption as measured by the Langmuir and Freundlich isotherms. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 6(1): 111-118

Pb adsorption by soils. II. Specific adsorption. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 6(1): 119-128

Pb in foods stored in earthenware containers. Var Foda 26(9/10): 242-247

Pea. Australia, Division of Plant Industry, CSIRO: Annual report 1975: 140

Pea. Sveriges Utsadesforenings Tidskrift 87: 145-224

Pea and bean growing handbook. Volume II - Beans. Pea and bean growing handbook Volume II Beans:

Pea aphid-resistant alfalfa selected in the field. Journal of Economic Entomology 65(6): 1661-1663

Pea breeding at the Krasnoyarsk Agricultural Research Institute. Nauch tr Krasnoyarsk NII s kh 7: 128-130

Pea cultivar Zernogradskii 8. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (4): 44-45

Pea cultivar cv. Zhal'svyai. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (3): 43

Pea cv. Ul'yanovskii 68. Trudy Ul' yanovskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Opytnoi Stantsii 6: 251-253

Pea fractions in milk replacers for calves. Nutritional aspects of common beans and other legume seeds as animal and human foods Proceedings of a meeting held Nov 6-9, 1973, Ribeirao Preto, SP, Brazil: 57-66

Pea moth. Advisory Leaflet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (334, revised): 5

Pea moth control in field peas with insecticides and the effect on crop yield. Journal of Economic Entomology 70(4): 518-520

Pea moth: sex attractants for early warning and control. ARC Research Review 2(3): 80-83

Pea protein and sour colostrum for dairy calves. Proceedings of the American Society of Animal Science Annual meeting, held at Department of Animal Sciences, Washington State University, July 18-21, 1976: 278-270

Pea seed color in relation to carbohydrate exudation and incidence of seed and seedling rot. Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society 2: 39

Pea seed-borne mosaic virus in quarantine. APPS Newsletter 7(1): 10

Pea varieties. New Zealand Commercial Grower 33(4): 26

Pea, bean and clover weevils. Advisory Leaflet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (61, revised): 4

Pea: new varieties. Zemledelie (9): 13

Peace and the economics of irrigation. Co existence 12(2): 149-157

Peace through food. Peace through food: 46

Peach. Australia, Horticultural Research Station, Tatura: Annual research report, 1975-76: ; 38

Peach. South Africa, Department of Agricultural Technical Services: Agricultural research, 1976: ; 259

Peach - a chimera mutant. Priroda, Bulgaria 25(3): 65-66

Peach - dynamic adaptations. International Flavours and Food Additives 6(4): 243, 247

Peach and apple cultivars - what we've got and where we're going. Transactions of the Illinois State Horticultural Society, 1974 108: 63-71

Peach and apricot in the Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina. Jugoslovensko Vocarstvo 10(35/36): 90-97

Peach and nectarine growing in Queensland. Queensland Agricultural Journal 103(6): 546-563

Peach as an apricot rootstock. Nauka u Praksi 5(4): 357-364

Peach bacterial canker in south-east France: a disquieting progression. Arboriculture Fruitiere (274): 21-24

Peach chemical thinning: research and observations in north Italy. Proceedings of the XIX International Horticultural Congress I Section VII Fruits Pp 543-606: [Abstracts]: 570

Peach cultivars suggested for Yugoslavia. Jugoslovensko Vocarstvo 8(29/30): 51-64

Peach forms with a sweet kernel in Armenia. Izv s kh nauk (8): 40-45

Peach growing in the People's Republic of Bulgaria. Peach growing in the People' s Re ic of Bulgaria: 108

Peach meadow orchard as developed in Israel, concept and practice. Compact Fruit Tree 11: 13-17

Peach powdery mildew and almond scab. Ovoshcharstvo 53(10): 14-17

Peach precooling aims at perfection. American Fruit Grower 96(5): 13, 33

Peach production. Agriculture Handbook, United States Department of Agriculture (463): 90

Peach rootstock breeding, rootstock hardiness and rootstock influence on scion cultivars. Rivista della Ortoflorofrutticoltura Italiana 60(2): 113-119

Peach rootstock update. American Fruit Grower 96(12): 9-10

Peach rosette and decline virus disease. Victorian Horticulture Digest (65): 21-24

Peach rosette disease. Arkansas Farm Research 26(6): 15

Peach scab control. Ovoshcharstvo 54(12): 32-33

Peach seed germination in relation to the date of fruit ripening. Vedecke Prace Vyskumneho Ustavu Rastlinnej Vyroby v Piest' anoch 13: 259-269

Peach storage in a controlled atmosphere with intermittent warming: a pilot test using inexpensive flowmeters and plastic bags as CA chambers. HortScience 12(4): 345-346

Peach tree canker. Kerteszet es Szoleszet 27(4): 4

Peach tree decline. Nauka u Praksi 7(1): 67-75

Peach tree fertilization. Sadovodstvo, Vinogradarstvo i Vinodelie Moldavii (1): 13-15

Peach tree micro-climate and methods of modification. Research Bulletin, Agricultural Experiment Stations, Georgia University (192): 44

Peach tree survival on a short-life site in Georgia after treatment with potassium azide. Journal of Nematology 7(4): 331

Peach varieties and rootstocks. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the New York State Horticultural Society 1975 (Vol.120): 106-112

Peach varieties are developed by scientists. Research and Farming 34(3/4): 4

Peach varieties recommended for use in breeding. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 59(2): 38-44

Peach variety evaluation in the Midwest. American Fruit Grower 98(10): 13, 26

Peach variety trials at the University of Tennessee. Tennessee Farm and Home Science (96): 30-31

Peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae (Sulz.), resistant to organophosphorus and carbamate insecticides on potatoes in Scotland. Plant Pathology 26(2): 60-62

Peach: cultivars for canning. Boletim Tecnico, Instituto de Pesquisas Agropecuarias do Sul, Brazil (93): 16

Peach: dessert cultivars. Boletim Tecnico, Instituto de Pesquisas Agropecuarias do Sul, Brazil (92): 23

Peaches and San Jose scale. Sadovodstvo (3): 27

Peaches for fresh consumption or processing, and nectarines. Italia Agricola 112(5): 74-102

Peaches for processing: results of work done in Sicily on varietal suitability for industrial processing. Italia Agricola 113(6): 113-122

Peaches in Mexico. Fruit Varieties Journal 29(3): 63

Peaches with potential. Victorian Horticulture Digest (69): 14-15

Peanut. Crops and Soils 29(1): 21

Peanut alkaline lipase. Isolation, characterization and effect of high-temperature curing. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 35(2): 676

Peanut breeding strategy to minimize aflatoxin contamination. Journal of the American Peanut Research and Education Association 8(1): 54-58

Peanut breeding strategy: modified composite cross. Journal of the American Peanut Research and Education Association 8(1): 48-53

Peanut foliar fungicides: relationships between leafspot control and kernel quality. Peanut Science 3(2): 70-72

Peanut leaf spot and rust control on the Atherton Tableland. Queensland Agricultural Journal 103(2): 113-115

Peanut leafspot research in Alabama 1970-1976. Bulletin Auburn University Agricultural Experiment Station (489): 38

Peanut market structure: analysis of its influence upon peanut policy trade-offs. Proceedings of AAEA Meeting July/August 1977:

Peanut net blotch caused by Didymosphaeria arachidicola (Chochrjakov) comb. nov. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 66(2): 351-355

Peanut processing. Receiving, warehousing, shelling farmers' stock. Oil Mill Gazetter 81(3): 9-11

Peanut processing. Shelling and processing. Oil Mill Gazetter 81(3): 11

Peanut production in Texas. Peanut production in Texas (RM3): iv + 144

Peanut responses to soil water variables in the Southeast. Peanut Science 3(1): 44-48

Peanut rust in Rhodesia. Plant Disease Reporter 59(10): 802-803

Peanut seed germination as related to soil water regime during pod development. Agronomy Journal 69(3): 381-383

Peanut stomatal diffusion resistance affected by soil water and solar radiation. Proceedings, Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida 35: 42-46

Peanut supply response in Northeast Thailand: a linear programming approach. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 38(2): p.918

Peanut variety development and testing. Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University: 9-11

Peanut, soybean and special crop research. Research Report, Agronomy Research Station, Oklahoma State University (P-735): 23-25

Peanuts. Mimeograph Series, University of Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station: 4, 6

Peanuts in the Markham Valley. Science in New Guinea 2(1): 85-89

Peanuts: domestic, world production and trade. Research Report, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Georgia (215): 41

Pear. UK, East Malling Research Station: Report for 1976: 220

Pear and apple scab control. California Agriculture 30(5): 16-18

Pear and quince diseases. Acta Horticulturae (44): 119-146

Pear bark necrosis. Rastitelna Zashchita 22(11): 31-34

Pear breeding at the Scientific Research Institute of Irrigated Horticulture. Yuzhn sten sadovodstvo: 187-190

Pear decline in the fruit production area of the lower Elbe. Erwerbsobstbau 19(7): 110-114

Pear fruit storage in a modified gas atmosphere. B"lgarski Plodove, Zelenchutsi i Konservi (1): 19-21

Pear growing in Europe. Deciduous Fruit Grower 27(3): 96-102

Pear leaf blister mite. Advisory Leaflet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (35 (revised)): 3

Pear phylloxera. What do we know of this dangerous aphid and how to control it?. Defense des Vegetaux 31(188): 351-367

Pear production for perry in Switzerland. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Obst und Weinbau 112(18): 398-405

Pear psylla (Psylla pyricola) - Colorado. Cooperative Plant Pest Report 1(14): 135

Pear rootstock research in Oregon. Fruit Varieties Journal 29(1): 17-19

Pear rootstocks trials in Italy. Plant Propagator 22(2): 6-7

Pear rust mite control on Bartlett pears. Progress report, Experiment Station, Colorado State University (PR75-20): 2

Pear varieties for the northern region of Moldavia. Sadovodstvo, Vinogradarstvo and Vinodelie Moldavii (3): 11-13

Pearl millet. At ICRISAT (October, November, December): 2

Pearl millet breeding in India. Information Bulletin on the Near East Cereal Improvement and Production Project 12(1/2): 15-28

Pearl millet production programme for Rajasthan. Indian Farming 27(7): 13-16

Pearl millet ratooning. International Crops Research Institute for the Semi Arid Tropics: India, ICRISAT: ICRISAT annual report 1973-74: 49-54

Pearl millet-pigeon pea intercropping plus ratooning. International Crops Research Institute for the Semi Arid Tropics: India, ICRISAT: ICRISAT annual report 1973-74: 45-47

Pearl millet. 1. Characterization by SEM, amino acid analysis, lipid composition, and prolamine solubility. Cereal Chemistry 53(4): 478-487

Pearl millet. 2. Partial characterization of starch and use of millet flour in breadmaking. Cereal Chemistry 53(5): 718-724

Pearse: the great portender?. Canadian Forest Industries 97(1): 48-51

Peas. National Vegetable Research Station: UK, National Vegetable Research Station: 26th Annual Report 1975: 53-54

Peas (Pisum sativum L.). 52e beschrijvende rassenlijst voor landbouwgewassen: 50-57

Peas (Pisum sativum): reinforcement of linuron with grass-killers in treatments immediately after sowing. Himme, M van; Stryckers, J : Review of the results obtained for the cropping year 1973-74 by the Centrum voor Onkruidonderzoek: 76

Peas and proso for fodder. Korma (1): 22

Peas for fodder. Zemledelie (9): 29

Peas for processing. Publication, Ministry of Agriculture and Food, Ontario (531): 11

Peas special. British Farmer and Stockbreeder 6(166): 30...45

Peas, Summary of research in 1973 and 1974. Erwten Overzicht van het onderzoek 1973 en 1974: 190

Peas, beans and sugar beet. Big Farm Management (September): 125

Peas. A survey of investigations carried out in 1976. Erwten Overzicht van het onderzoek 1976: 97

Peas. Pisum sativum. Evolution of crop plants: 172-174

Peas. Summary of research 1973 and 1974. Peas Summary of research 1973 and 1974: 190

Peas. Summary of research in 1975. Erwten Overzicht van het onderzoek 1975: 104

Peas: Fusarium foot rot control. New Zealand Commercial Grower 31(5): 11

Peas: comparison of new soil acting herbicides, applied after sowing. Himme, M van; Stryckers, J; Bulcke, R : Review of results obtained in the cropping years 1975-1976-1977 by the Centrum voor Onkruidonderzoek: Bespreking van de resultaten bereikt door het Centrum voor Onkruidonderzoek tijdens de proefjaren 1975-1976-1977: 62

Peasant agriculture, commercial production and employment in Kenya. Africa Development 1(2): 62-72

Peasant agronomy: a challenge to planners' models?. African Environment 2/3(4/1): 37-46

Peasant and capitalist farms: a comparative analysis of short-run and long-run equilibrium. Rivista di Economia Agraria 31(2): 247-283

Peasant co-operation, consciousness and solidarity. Development and Change 6(4): 75-83

Peasant colonization in the dry zone of Ceylon. Part II. Journal of Development and Administration 5(1): 62-72

Peasant colonization in the dry zone of Ceylon: an analysis of the present patterns, problems and suggestions for the future. Part I. Journal of Development and Administration 4(2): 49-60

Peasant differentiation and collectivization. A case study in a Mexican 'ejido'. Diferenciacion campesina y colectivizacion Un estudio de caso en un ejido mexicano: 136

Peasant families' expenditure on leisure (I). Wies Wspolczesna 19(11 (225)): 57-66

Peasant housing in SW Aquitaine. Revue Geographique des Pyrenees et du Sud Ouest 47(2): 121-128

Peasant indebtedness and rural credit in Thailand. Etudes Rurales (61): 7-31

Peasant indebtedness and rural credit in the Philippines. Etudes Rurales (69): 51-79

Peasant leaders: a sociological study in rural Mexico. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 34(10): 6764

Peasant leadership strata to-day. Bauernschaft und Bauernstand 1500-1970: 331-345

Peasant mobilization and political development in Indonesia. Indonesian Quarterly 5(2): 94-115

Peasant mobilization and solidarity. Peasant mobilization and solidarity: vi+132

Peasant movements in West Bengal. Their impact on agrarian class relations since 1967. Occasional Paper, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge (8): 85

Peasant organizations: the case of two settlement organizations in the eastern region of Ecuador. Desarrollo Rural en las Americas 10(1): 47-65

Peasant participation in project planning and implementation. Revue Tiers Monde 19(73): 93-108

Peasant perceptions of poverty and their implications for change agents. Ideas and Action (5): 10-14

Peasant politics: conflict and development in Murang'a. Peasant politics: conflict and development in Murang' a: xii+160

Peasant protest and politics - the Tebhaga movement in Bengal (India), 1946-47. Journal of Peasant Studies 3(3): 360-378

Peasant revolts and resistance in the modern world: a comparative view. Journal of Contemporary Asia 5(4): 444-445

Peasant risk aversion and allocative behavior: a quadratic programming experiment. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 58(4): 629-635

Peasant self-development in West Africa: the experience of CESAO. FAO Ideas and Action Bulletin (121): 20-25

Peasant societies: contributions towards a theory on the peasantry. Societes paysannes: elements pour une theorie de la paysannerie: 240

Peasant society in a changing economy. Comparative development in Southeast Asia and India. Peasant society in a changing economy Comparative development in Southeast Asia and India: xiii+256

Peasant wisdom: cultural adaption in a Swiss village. Peasant wisdom: cultural adaption in a Swiss village: 214

Peasantry and capitalism. An analysis of the major trends in the development of French agriculture in recent years. Paysannerie et capitalisme: Analyse des principales tendances du developpement recent de l' agriculture francaise: 116

Peasants. Valosag 20(10): 34-52

Peasants against the market. Intensive livestock production in Brittany. Sociologie du Travail 19(2): 138-156

Peasants and bureaucrats. Review of African Political Economy (3): 53-58

Peasants and class alliances. Review of African Political Economy (3): 10-18

Peasants and farm workers in the class struggle. Revolutionary traditions of the working farm population in the rural district of Halle. Wissenschaftliche Beitrage der Martin Luther Universitat (C14): 152

Peasants and planistrators and rural cooperatives in Eastern Africa 1960-1970. Development Studies Discussion Paper, University of East Anglia (19): 41

Peasants and planistrators: co-operatives in rural Tunisia. Development Studies Discussion Paper, University of East Anglia (8): 58

Peasants and revolution: the case of China. Journal of Peasant Studies 2(3): 313-335

Peasants and schools. Les paysans et l' ecole: 287

Peasants in Polish society. Les paysans et la societe polonaise: 30

Peasants, proletarianization and the articulation of modes of production: the case of sugar cane cutters in Northern Peru, 1940-69. Journal of Peasant Studies 3(3): 321-342

Peasants, workers, and citizens: social change in a Netherlands village. Zeitschrift fur Agrargeschichte und Agrarsoziologie 23(2): 221-230

Peat & Plant Yearbook 1973-75. Peat and Plant Yearbook 1973-75: 48

Peat and Plant Yearbook for 1976-77. Peat and Plant Yearbook for 1976-77: 39

Peat and its Use in Horticulture. Peat and its Use in Horticulture: 160

Peat and mineral wool as substrates for cultivation of melon. Acta Horticulturae (82): 165-169

Peat and other organic matter re-used as a substrate in the greenhouse cultivation of vegetables. Roczniki Akademii Rolniczej w Poznaniu, Ogrodnictwo 85(6): 161-169

Peat and sand mixes as plant growing media. Libyan Journal of Agriculture 6(1): 187-191

Peat culture in beds. Gardeners' Chronicle 179(15): 17-18

Peat culture of tomatoes. Sbornik UVTI, Zahradnictvi 2(3/4): 243-248

Peat hydrology in the Hula Basin, Israel- II. Subsurface flow regime. Journal of Hydrology, Amsterdam 32(3/4): 241-256

Peat hydrology in the Hula Basin, Israel: I. Properties of peat. Journal of Hydrology, Amsterdam 32(3/4): 219-239

Peat in horticulture. Peat in horticulture: 170

Peat mineralization in low-moors. Archiv fur Acker und Pflanzenbau und Bodenkunde 20(10): 669-679

Peat temperature regime of a Minnesota bog and the effect of canopy removal. Journal of Applied Ecology 13(1): 189-194

Peat wastage in the East Anglian fens. Journal of Soil Science 28(3): 485-489

Peat wedges aid seedling establishment on shallow soil. Forestry Chronicle 52(2): 47-51

Peat: maize on ridges, fescue 4710 compared with ryegrass. Proceedings of the Ruakura Farmers' Conference 1977, 29th Conference Hamilton, New Zealand: 104-105

Peatland forestry. Peatland forestry: 1975; 191

Pecan. South Africa, Department of Agricultural Technical Services: Annual report for the period 1 July, 1975 to 30 June, 1976: vi + 212

Pecan bud moth: captures in Georgia in traps baited with the pheromone of the oriental fruit moth. Environmental Entomology 4(2): 227-228

Pecan consumption and utilization. Pecan Quarterly 12(1): 3-7, 32

Pecan cultivars resistant to hickory shuckworm. 67th Annual report of the Northern Nut Growers Association, 1976: 19-21

Pecan cultivars tested for resistance to hickory shuckworm. Pecan Quarterly 11(1): 4-5

Pecan harvester for small farm operators. Transactions of the ASAE 20(5): 833-835

Pecan in Tadzhikistan. Subtropicheskie Kul' tury (1): 86-88

Pecan leaf analysis: II. Linear correlation with sampling date over a 5-year period. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 8(6): 533-549

Pecan leaf sampling reveals shortages of fertilizer nutrients. Louisiana Agriculture 21(3): 6-7

Pecan manuring. Information Bulletin, Citrus and Subtropical Fruit Research Institute (36): 4

Pecan nut germination observations. Hortus (22): 11

Pecan scab control in Oklahoma, 1946-1976. Bulletin, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University (B-732): 29

Pecan stem end blight (sticky shuck) and shuck dieback (premature shuck disease) control field tests at College Station, Texas. Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society 3: 337

Pecan weevil adult emergence, onset of oviposition and larval emergence from the nut as affected by the phenology of the pecan. Journal of Economic Entomology 69(2): 167-170

Pecan weevil distribution in some Texas soils. Environmental Entomology 4(5): 849-853

Pecan weevil infestation of pecans of various sizes and infestations. Environmental Entomology 5(2): 248-250

Pecan weevil, Curculio caryae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). 1. Comparison of adult sampling techniques. Canadian Entomologist 108(1): 11-18

Pecan weevil, Curculio caryae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). 2. Estimation of adult populations. Canadian Entomologist 108(1): 19-22

Pecans and hickories. Advances in fruit breeding Temperate nuts: 420-438

Pecans: handling, storage, processing and utilization. Research Bulletin, Georgia Experiment Station (197): 79

Pectic and cellulolytic enzymes associated with Gloeosporium rot of papaya. Current Science 46(1): 21-22

Pectic enzyme effects on red grapes. Am J Enol Viticult 26(4): 195-200

Pectic enzymes associated with mimosa wilt. Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society 1976; 2: 94-95

Pectic lyase isozymes produced by Erwinia chrysanthemi Burkh. et al. in polypectate broth or in Dieffenbachia leaves. Physiological Plant Pathology 9(2): 113-120

Pectic substances in green tea and their quantitative and qualitative change by heating. Study of Tea (51): 73-77

Pectin changes and internal ethylene concentrations in ripening tomato fruit. Colloques Internationaux du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (238): 355-358

Pectin decomposition in early and late ripening apple cultivars. I. Late ripening cultivars. Gartenbauwissenschaft 43(5): 222-230

Pectin synthesis during the wall regeneration of plasmolysed tobacco leaf cells. Biochemical Journal 150(3): 433-440

Pectin-methylesterases: isozymes, properties and detection in polyacrylamide gels. Biochemie und Physiologie der Pflanzen 168(5/6): 607-615

Pectin-polygalacturonase in Citrus. Planta 128(3): 271-273

Pectinase and plant growth-promoting factors in the salivary glands of the larva of the bug, Lygus disponsi. Journal of Insect Physiology 21(6): 1271-1274

Pectinases and cellulases from plum curculio larvae: possible causes of apple and plum fruit abscission. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 233: 259-268

Pectinesterase activity in controlled atmosphere stored avocados. Journal of the American Society of Horticultural Science 101(3): 294-296

Pectinesterase, polygalacturonase, Cx-cellulase activities and softening of the rin tomato mutant. HortScience 10(6): 624-625

Pectinmethylesterase and cellulolytic activity in citrus plants infected by Phoma tracheiphila. Rivista di Patologia Vegetale, IV 12(3/4): 137-144

Pectinolytic enzyme activity and changes in water potential components associated with internal breakdown in 'McIntosh' apples. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 100(6): 647-649

Pectins as potential by-products of coffee waste. Journal of Coffee Research 5(1/2): 29-35

Pectins in the fruit. Sadovodstvo (9): 30

Pectolytic activity of Coriolus species in culture. Ukrains' kii Botanichnii Zhurnal 35(1): 66-70

Pectolytic changes in the composition of cucumbers during the harvesting period. Journal of the Scientific Agricultural Society of Finland 48(4): 407-414

Pectolytic enzyme activity from Nicotiana tabacum pollen. Phytochemistry 17(4): 797-799

Pectolytic enzymes in three populations of Ditylenchus dipsaci. Journal of Nematology 9(3): 187-192

Peculiar aspects of mineral deficiencies and excesses in citrus in Italy. Congresses Phytopathology Cetvrti Kongres Unije Fitopatologa Mediteranskih Zemalja, Zagreb 1976 39(49): 271-280

Peculiar secretory IgA system identified in chickens. II. Identification and distribution of free secretory component and immunoglobulins of IgA, IgM, and IgG in chicken external secretions. Journal of Immunology 115(4): 998-1001

Peculiarities and variability of oil in oilseed crops of the USSR. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 56(3): 3-56

Peculiarities in eggplant vegetative and reproductive development. B"lgarski Plodove, Zelenchutsi i Konservi (7): 23-25

Peculiarities in the larval development of Hymenoptera of the family Dryinidae (Hymenoptera). Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 54(3): 534-540

Peculiarities of adaptation of plants of wheat to northern conditions. 3 i Vsesoyuznyi biokhimicheskii Seza, 1974: 6

Peculiarities of application of atrazine to maize grown on slopes subjected to erosion. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov, Krasnodarskii Nauchno issledovatel' skii Institut Sel' skogo Khozyaistva (13): 90-94

Peculiarities of chemical method of improving natural grasslands and hayfields in non-chernozem zone of RSFSR. Osnovnye napravleniya nauchno issledovatel' skikh rabot v oblasti sozdaniya khimicheskikh sredstv zashchity rastenii i bor' by s sornyakami: 46-47

Peculiarities of cold resistance of different winter wheat cultivars. Trudy, Stavropol' skii Nauchno issledovatel' skii Institut Sel' skogo Khozyaistva (36): 4-21

Peculiarities of crystal formation by milk fat fractions. Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Pishchevaya Tekhnologiya (6): 70-72

Peculiarities of development and productivity of tillers in wheat cv. Burgas-2. Rasteniev"dni Nauki 12(5): 10-18

Peculiarities of development of two cestode species of the genus Proteocephalus in the water-bodies of Karelia. Biologicheskie problemy Severa VII simpozium Zoologiya bespozvonochnykh, parazitologiya, fiziologiya i biokhimiya zhivotnykh Tezisy dokladov: 30-31

Peculiarities of digestion in senescence. Zeitschrift für Alternsforschung 32(3): 261-266

Peculiarities of energy metabolism in excised barley leaves enriched with phytohormones. Biologicheskie Nauki (10): 94-99

Peculiarities of fertilization of maize grown after sugar beet on calcareous chernozem soil. Agrokhimiya (6): 79-83

Peculiarities of flowering and seed maturation of Phalaris arundinacea in the taiga zone of Omsk province. Nauchnye Trudy, Omskii Sel' skokhozyaistvennyi Institut 161: 14-16

Peculiarities of formation of grain yield and quality of winter wheat in relation to soil type and fertilizers in the southern forest zone of the Ukrainian SSR. Agrokhimiya (5): 72-77

Peculiarities of formation of leaf area in kohlrabi in relation to a complex of agrotechniques. Issledovaniya po biologii i agrotekhnike nekotorykh sel' skokhozyaistvennykh kul' tur: 100-107

Peculiarities of formation of the root system in legumes. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov, Belorusskaya Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Akademiya (15): 46-57

Peculiarities of formation, filling and ripening of fruits and seeds in white lupin. Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii (3): 42-60

Peculiarities of grass meal production from grasses. Proceedings of the 12th International Grassland Congress Techniques and forage conservation and storage: 207-215

Peculiarities of growth and development of stecklings of monogerm sugar beet under irrigated conditions. Trudy, Kazakhskii Institut Zemledeliya 11: 206-213

Peculiarities of hardening of a high-melting glyceride group in butterfat. XX International Dairy Congress, Vol E: 269-270

Peculiarities of hormonal regulation of plant growth. Osobennosti gormonal' nogo regulirovaniya rosta rastenii: 181

Peculiarities of metabolism of some plants at the time of geotropic reaction. 3. Polarisation of endogenic free and protein-bound IAA in hypocotyls of Phaseolus vulgaris. LietTSR Mokslu Akad Darbai, B (1): 57-64

Peculiarities of morphogenesis and formation of potential and actual yields of wheat. Fiziologo geneticheskie osnovy povysheniya produktivnosti zernovykh kul' tur: 45-53

Peculiarities of morphological structure of stem and lodging resistance in high yield spring wheat cultivars. Biologiya i agrotekhnika polevykh kul' tur Vypusk 137: 117-119

Peculiarities of mutation process in octoploid Triticale and 56-chromosome Triticum X Agropyron hybrids (incomplete amphidiploids). Polyploidy and induced mutations in plant breeding IAEA PL 503/17-503/32 (IAEA-PL-503/25): 181-186

Peculiarities of nitrogen nutrition of legumes. Nekotorye voprosy intensifikatsii zemledeliya SSSR i ChSSR: 98-107

Peculiarities of nutrient regime of dark-chestnut soil under lucerne in Tselinograd province in relation to age of plants grown with different agrotechniques. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Kazakhskoi SSR, Biologicheskaya (3): 63-68

Peculiarities of nutrition and fertilizing of decorative plants. Comptes Rendus, 4e Colloque International sur le Controle de l' Alimentation des Plantes Cultivees Gent, September 1976, Vol II: ; 371-376

Peculiarities of ovarian function in the female zebu (Bos indicus) in the Sudan-Sahelian region of tropical West Africa. Bulletin de l' Association des Anatomistes 59(164): 139-144

Peculiarities of perennial grass formation in stands of different density (Festuca rubra L.). Proceedings of the 12th International Grassland Congress Biological and physiological aspects of the intensification of grassland utilization: 298-304

Peculiarities of polyphosphate metabolism in cotton. 3 i Vsesoyuznyi biokhimicheskii s"ezd Referaty nauchnykh soobshchenii Tom 1: 125

Peculiarities of protein complex of 3-species triticale. Tsitologiya i Genetika 9(5): 453-455

Peculiarities of protein content inheritance in spring barley hybridization. Barley Genetics Newsletter 3: 43

Peculiarities of qualitative composition of ash in high-lysine maize. Fiziologiya i Biokhimiya Kul' turnykh Rastenii 8(1): 77-82

Peculiarities of seed germination in rice in relation to nitrogen levels and degree of soil salinity. Trudy, Kubanskii Sel' skokhozyaistvennyi Institut (119): 76-82

Peculiarities of seedling growth of Phaseolus vulgaris and Arachis hypogaea grown from seeds of different geographical origin. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSSR, Biologicheskaya (4): 624-628

Peculiarities of shoot formation in cocksfoot. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki, Moscow, USSR (11): 42-47

Peculiarities of storage of new potato cultivars during the healing period. Nauchnye Trudy, Nauchno issledovatel' skii Institut Kartofel' nogo Khozyaistva (26): 85-89

Peculiarities of the agricultural system in the Great Hungarian Plain. An agro-sociological analysis. Giessener Abhandlungen zur Agrar und Wirtschaftsforschung des Europaischen Ostens (85): 72

Peculiarities of the effect of gibberellin and coumarin on chlorophyll content and photophosphorylation in maize seedlings. Osobennosti gormonal' nogo regulirovaniya rosta rastenii: 80-85

Peculiarities of the effect of systematic long-term application of herbicides. Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii (5): 157-169

Peculiarities of the infection of molluscs with cercariae in the cooling tanks of the Lyapinsk hydro-electric station in Yaroslavl. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov Yaroslavskogo Gosudarstvennogo Pedogologicheskogo Instituta (123): 74-81

Peculiarities of the intestinal phase of trichinelliasis in experimental stimulation and inhibition of the immune response in mice. Voprosy meditsinskoi gel' mintologii nauchnye trudy: 98-105

Peculiarities of the principal Italian cheeses. American Dairy Review 37(10): 25-26, 28

Peculiarities of the process of calcium nutrition of maize. Sibirskii Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki (4): 39-45

Peculiarities of the reproduction of the Oriental fruit moth Grapholitha molesta Busck. in districts of the Black Sea coast of the Caucasus. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Nauchno issledovatel' skogo Instituta Zashchity Rasteniirecd 1977; 40: 217-225

Peculiarities of the response reaction of the immunity system of larvae of Galleria mellonella L. to the injection of heterogenous proteins. Acta Parasitologica Lituanica 15: 93-97

Peculiarities of water status in winter wheat cultivars during ontogenesis in relation to drought and heat resistance. Vodoobmen rastenii pri neblagopriyetnykh usloviyakh sredy: 33-38

Peculiarities of yield formation in maize grown after ploughing in autumn or harvesting other crops. Nauchnye Trudy, Stavropol' skii Sel' skokhozyaistvennyi Institut (39, II): 24-28

Pediatric and adolescent endocrinology. Volume 2. Medical aspects of balance of diabetes in juveniles. Proceedings of the 3rd International Beilinson Symposium, Tel Aviv, April 30 to May 2, 1975, part 1. Pediatric and adolescent endocrinology Volume 2 Medical aspects of balance of diabetes in juveniles Proceedings of the 3rd International Beilinson Symposium, Tel Aviv, April 30 to May 2, 1975, part 1: xvi + 256

Pediatric familial type II hyperlipoproteinemia: therapy with diet and colestipol resin. Pediatrics 57(1): 68-74

Pediatric nephrolithiasis. Journal of Urology 113(4): 545-551

Pediatric renal transplantation. Western Journal of Medicine 123(1): 1-6

Pediculosis in schools in the Paris region. Resistance tests. Medecine et Maladies Infectieuses 6(2): 48-52

Pedigree Dorset Horn sheep in Australia. 1. Breed expansion and other vital statistics. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture and Animal Husbandry 18(91): 165-172

Pedigree Dorset Horn sheep in Australia. 2. Breed structure and genetic analysis. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture and Animal Husbandry 18(91): 173-182

Pedigree indexes of young AI bull entries. Dairy Industry Research Report 1977: 40-44

Pedigree indices for the selection of young Holstein dairy sires. Journal of Dairy Science 58(8): 1239

Pedigree recording - updated breed averages. MLC Newsletter (31): 1-2

Pedigree records of rice varieties derived from Aikoku. Journal of the Central Agricultural Experiment Station Noji Shikenjo Kenkyu Hokoku (16): 131-148

Pedigree relationships between breeding herds of Russian Large White pigs in the RSFSR. Svinovodstvo (7): 16-18

Pedigree selection. Journal of Dairy Science (5): 579-654

Pedigree trends in dairy sire selection. AI Digest 24(11): 8-10

Pedogenesis on granite-gneiss bedrock in Togo. Soil differentiation and surface mixing. Cahiers ORSTOM, Pedologie 14(1): 63-71

Pedologic investigations in northern Alaska. Technical Paper, Arctic Institute of North America (25): 93-108

Pedological features of some soils of Puglia. Annali della Facolta di Agraria 28: 729-741

Pedological interpretation of multispectral Landsat imagery for several geographical regions of Belgium. Pedologie 27(3): 291-312

Pedological investigations of the Lazienki Park, Warsaw in relation to the environment. I. Soil properties. Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych, A 101(1): 101-140

Pedological investigations on the Lazienki Park, Warsaw in relation to the environment. II. Effect of urbanization on soil and plants. Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych, A 101(1): 141-158

Pedological methodology in relation to statistical treatment of soil data. Application to taxonomy and mapping. Science du Sol (3): 177-204

Pedozoological investigations on recultivated soils of brown coal spoil heaps. Pedobiologia 15(4): 284-298

Peduncle rot in pears and its control. Investigacion Agropecuaria (8): 17-25

Peduncular rot of coconut palm, Cocos nucifera L., caused by Cylindrocladium sp. Fitopatologia Brasileira 1(2): 113-117

Peeling characteristics of Indian timbers. Part 15. Dalbergia sissoo. Holzforschung und Holzverwertung 28(2): 41-42

Peeling loose, smooth veneer with the aid of a breaker bar. Report, Eastern Forest Products Laboratory, Canada (OP-X-83E): 11

Peguis 6-row spring barley. Seed Scoop 24(3): 7

Peiping's (sic) massive grain imports: an analysis. Issues and Studies 12(4): 65-71

Pelargonium X hortorum and tissue cultures. Revue Horticole Suisse 50(11): 367-370

Pelargonium grandiflorum hybrids: temperature and daylength are decisive. Deutscher Gartenbau 29(41): 1596-1597

Pelargonium ring spot viruses. Horticulture Francaise (94): 5-8

Pelargonium ringspot disease. Indian Phytopathology 1977; 29(4): 467-468

Pelargonium rust and its control by fungicides. Plant Pathology 25(3): 156-161

Pelargonium varieties. Gartneryrket 65(17): 304-305, 323

Pelargonium vein netting - a virus disease which can be eliminated by meristem tip culture. Vaxtskyddsnotiser 40(3): 102-106

Pelargoniums (1). Verbondsnieuws voor de Belgische Sierteelt 21(3): 83, 85-86

Pelargoniums (2). Growing from seed. Verbondsnieuws voor de Belgische Sierteelt 21(4): 112-113

Pelargoniums for early spring sale. Gartner Tidende (38): 553-554

Pelargoniums for planting in groups. Deutscher Gartenbau 30(8): 263-264, 266

Peliosis hepatis in a cat. British Veterinary Journal 131(6): 716-719

Pellagra. Canadian Medical Association Journal 115(8): 768-770

Pellet binders: striking a balance between durability and cost. Feedstuffs, USA 49(20): 41

Pelleted and nonpelleted cottonseed hulls for lactating dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science 60(6): 919-923

Pelleted bait for control of the black cutworm in corn. Journal of Economic Entomology 70(6): 699-700

Pelleted balancing feeds with maize silage in diets for dairy cows. Zivocisna Vyroba 22(7): 505-512

Pelleted beet pulp in mixed feeds. Mukomol' no elevatornaya i Kombikormovaya Promyshlennost' (3): 24-25

Pelleted complete feeds. Nas Chov 36(7): 287-289

Pelleted concentrates with urea in feeds for cattle and sheep. Vestsi Akademii Navuk BSSR, Sel' skagaspadarchykh Navuk (1): 74-78, 141

Pelleted feed mixtures based on maize in cow rations. Molochnoe i Myasnoe Skotovodstvo (9): 31-33

Pelleted feeds and productivity of Karakul sheep. Ovtsevodstvo (9): 21-22

Pelleted feeds for mink. Dansk Pelsdyravl 40(5): 162-165

Pelleted feeds for the fry of rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri Rich.). Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych, H 98(2): 169-179

Pelleted feeds in the cereal regions of the Volga. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki, Moscow, USSR (3): 99-104

Pelleted feeds in the grain areas of the Volga basin. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki, Moscow, USSR (3): 99-104, 155

Pelleted food wastes for fattening pigs. Svinovodstvo, Moscow, USSR (1): 34-35

Pelleted green fodder in the ration of cows. Molochnoe Myasnoe Skotovodstvo (8): 22-23

Pelleted herbicides will kill shin oak. Noxious Brush and Weed Control Research Highlights (Volume 7): 20

Pelleted mixed feeds with different amounts of cellulose for breeding female and young rabbits for fattening. Lucrarile Stiintifice ale Institutului de Cercetari Pentru Nutritia Animalelor 3: 273-285

Pelleted molasses-dried beet pulp for lactating cows. Journal of Dairy Science 60(Suppl. 1): 142

Pelleted organo-mineral fertilizers based on coal. Sbornik Vysoke Skoly Zemedelske v Praze, Fakulta Agronomicka, A (Part 2): 33-40

Pelleted urea-containing diets and nitrogen and carbohydrate metabolism in rumen and duodenal contents of cattle. Trudy Khar' kovskogo Sel' skokhozyaistvennogo Instituta 236: 54-58

Pelleting Pinus elliottii seeds. Silvicultura em Sao Paulo 8: 25-32

Pelleting early-weaning feeds for piglets: effect of method of preparation on nutritive value. Journees de la recherche porcine en France: 211-215

Pelleting mixed feeds for cattle. Mukomol' no elevatornaya i Kombikormovaya Promyshlennost' (9): 25-26

Pelleting of seeds. Sakharnaya Svekla (1): 33-34

Pellets and briquettes in dairy cow feeding. Zhivotnovodstvo (11): 65-66

Pellets and briquettes in diets for dairy cows. Zhivotnovodstvo (11): 65-66

Pellets in feeds for early weaned calves. Zuchtungskunde 47(4): 267-276

Pellets of sorghum fodder. Kukuruza (9): 27

Pellets with sodium acetate. Ovtsevodstvo (1): 27-28

Pellionella indica sp. nov. (Sphaeropsidaceae): a new generic record to India. Biovigyanam 1(1): 87-90

Pelodera comandorica n.sp. (Nematoda, Rhabditidae) from the littoral zone of the Komandor Islands. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 56(7): 996-1003

Pelodera strongyloides (Schneider) in the eye orbit of Taiwan rodents. Chinese Journal of Microbiology 7(3): 137-138

Pelodera strongyloides dermatitis in a horse in Iowa. Veterinary Medicine, Small Animal Clinician 71(9): 1199-1202

Pelodera strongyloides in the urine of a cat. Feline Practice 7(2): 16, 18-19

Pelotas. Lavoura Arrozeira 29(289): 7-11

Pelt clasification and live weight of Icelandic lambs. 1. Heritability of pelt class of lambs. Journal of Agricultural Research, Iceland( 1973); 3(2): 34-39

Pelt production in 1974-75. Norsk Pelsdyrblad 49(12): 463-464

Pelt production in 1975-76. Norsk Pelsdyrblad 50(12): 471-472

Pelt quality in mink of different sizes. Biologiya i patologiya kletochnykh pushnykh zverei Tezisy dokladov ko 11 Vsesoyuznoi nauchnoi konferentsii 26-29 iyulya 1977 g: 69-70

Pelt quality in nutria. Deutsche Pelztierzuchter 52(1): 10-12

Pelt quality in relation to the season of slaughter of rabbits. Krolikovodstvo i Zverovodstvo (6): 15-16

Pelt quality of New Zealand White rabbits. Krolikovodstvo i Zverovodstvo (4): 36

Pelt quality of nutria maintained under different conditions. Roczniki Naukowe Zootechniki 4(2): 237-243

Peltotrachelus cognatus Mshl. (Curculionidae: Coleoptera) a new pest of orchard crops. Current Science 46(9): 307-308

Pelvic actinomycosis associated with IUCD. British Medical Journal 1(6114): 719-720

Pelvic actinomycosis associated with appendicitis and mucocele. Journal of the Indian Medical Association 68(8): 169-170

Pelvic actinomycosis, presenting as a rectal stricture. American Journal of Digestive Diseases 21(1): 77-78

Pelvic fractures in the dog: a review of 123 cases. Journal of Small Animal Practice 19(3): 151-166

Pelvic hydatid diagnosed from cytological material. Indian Journal of Pathology & Microbiology 19(1): 63-65

Pelvic inflammatory disease associated with Enterobius vermicularis in the endometrium. East African Medical Journal 53(12): 702-706

Pelvimetry study in Philippine graded cattle. Philippine Journal of Veterinary Medicine 14(1): 39-47

Pelviscopic observations on the ovary during the oestrous cycle in the cow. Relationship between follicle growth and hormonal values. Pelviskopische Beobachtungen am Ovar wahrend des Brunstzyklus beim Rind: Zusammenhange zwischen Follikelwachstum und hormonellen Parametern: 88

Pelviscopy in the mare. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility. Supplement: 319-321

Pemphigus bursarius Linn. producing galls on Lombardy poplar in Kashmir. Current Science 44(6): 203-204

Pencil point disease of coconut in Tamil Nadu. Indian Coconut Journal 8(6): 3-5, 10

Pendulum impact tests of wooden and steel highway guardrail posts. USDA Forest Service Research Paper, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (NE-311): i + 20

Penetrance threshold and expressivity of a recessive gene: the case of periodic hypotrichosis in the mouse. Experimentation Animale 7(4): 163-172

Penetration and colonization of oak roots by Armillaria mellea in Wisconsin. European Journal of Forest Pathology 8(4): 259-267

Penetration and comparative metabolism of leptophos in susceptible and resistant houseflies. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 4(4): 443-455

Penetration and development of the mermithid nematode Reesimermis nielseni in eighteen species of mosquitoes. Journal of Nematology 7(3): 207-210

Penetration and distribution of dimethyl sulfoxide-35S in potato tubers. Botanical Gazette 138(2): 150-152

Penetration and infection of corn by Puccinia polysora Underwent. Philippine Agriculturist 58(1/2): 50-60

Penetration and multiplication of Scutellonema bradys in yams (Dioscorea spp.). Nematologia Mediterranea 5(2): 313-317

Penetration and persistence of an insect growth regulator in the pupa of the stable fly, Stomoxys calcitrans. Journal of Insect Physiology 21(4): 801-805

Penetration and persistence of organic-solvent preservatives, spray-applied to Pinus sylvestris. Holzforschung 29(1): 36-39

Penetration and translocation of 3H-tetracycline-hydrochloride in plant tissue. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 83(5): 241-252

Penetration and translocation of dihydrostreptomycin-3H-sesquisulphate in plant tissue. Angewandte Botanik 49(5/6): 263-274

Penetration and translocation of tetracycline-3H-hydrochloride in plant tissue. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 83(5): 241-252

Penetration by and stability of copper-chrome-arsenic wood preservatives. Report, Eastern Forest Products Laboratory, Canada (OPX87E): iii + 12

Penetration end joint. Forest Products Journal 25(5): 51-56

Penetration of 1,2-dibromo-3-chloropropane in a Florida soil. Journal of Nematology 7(3): 252-255

Penetration of 59Fe through isolated cuticles of citrus leaves. HortScience 11(4): 417-419

Penetration of Cercosporella herpotrichoides Fron (Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides (Fron) Deighton) into the coleoptile of wheat (Triticum vulgare) observed in electron microscopy. Annales de Phytopathologie 6(4): 471-474

Penetration of Eimeria magna Perard, 1925 (Protozoa, Eimeriidae) sporozoites into cultured cells. Dissertation Abstracts International 37B(11): 5556-5557

Penetration of Trichophyton terrestre in human hair. Mycopathologia 55(3): 179-183

Penetration of Verticillium dahliae Kleb. into infected plants and its spread. Vertitsillezn vilt kul' turn rast Moldavii: 22-52

Penetration of Zea mays by Helminthosporium carbonum. Canadian Journal of Botany 53(23): 2872-2883

Penetration of bean leaves by aminotriazole as influenced by adjuvants and humidity. Pesticide Science 8(2): 137-146

Penetration of bean leaves by asulam as influenced by adjuvants and humidity. Pesticide Science 6(6): 655-664

Penetration of calcium into 'Spartan' apple fruits from a post-harvest calcium chloride dip. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 100(4): 413-415

Penetration of carrot roots by the grey mould fungus Botrytis cinerea Pers. ex Pers. Physiological Plant Pathology 10(1): 63-71

Penetration of dibiomycin (benzathine chlortetracycline) through the placental barrier of the ewe. Veterinariya, Moscow (1): 94-95

Penetration of fluorine through isolated pear leaf cuticles. Environmental Pollution 12(4): 307-310

Penetration of hamster and rabbit zona-free eggs by rat and mouse spermatozoa with special reference to sperm capacitation. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 46(1): 239-241

Penetration of host IgG molecules into hydatid cysts. Zeitschrift fur Parasitenkunde 48(1): 47-51

Penetration of host cells by Toxoplasma strains differing in virulence. Veterinariya, Moscow, USSR (12): 80-85

Penetration of insecticides from solutions into tsetse flies and other insects. Miscellaneous Report, Centre for Overseas Pest Research (22): 14

Penetration of insecticides through the foregut of Apis mellifera L. Penetration of insecticides through the foregut of Apis mellifera L: viii + 83

Penetration of lindane applied in different formulations into the soil profile. Sbornik UVTIZ Ochrana Rostlin 12(3): 195-200

Penetration of lindane into the soil profile and its residues in various soil types. Sbornik UVTIZ Ochrana Rostlin 12(3): 209-214

Penetration of plant cells by organic herbicides. Fiziologiya Rastenii 22(2): 408-430

Penetration of plasma proteins from blood into c.s.f. in the immature foetal sheep. Journal of Physiology 258(2): 86p-87p

Penetration of solar energy and the photosynthetic productivity of leaves in different parts of a large apple tree crown. Trudy Kishinevskogo Sel' skokhozyaistvennogo Instituta 135: 99-105

Penetration of Staphylococci through the egg-shell. Veterinarni Medicina 21(4): 215-220

Penetration of structures by microbial aerosols. Developments in Industrial Microbiology 16: 427-436

Penetration of sugars from the chemosensory hair tip in the fleshfly. Chemical Senses and Flavor 2(2): 229-239

Penetration of the placental barrier in pregnant sows by Aujeszky's disease virus. Uchenye Zapiski Kazanskogo Veterinarnogo Instituta 122: 69-72

Penetration of the vector's stomach wall by microfilariae: its role in the maintenance of foci of filariases. Bulletin de la Societe Zoologique de France 101(5): 993

Penetration of the zona-free mouse egg by capacitated epididymal sperm: cinemicrographic observations. Gamete Research 1(1): 39-46

Penetration of two organic liquids into hardwoods. Wood and Fiber 6(4): 290-297

Penetration of vertebrate eyes by cercariae of Alaria marcianae. Canadian Journal of Public Health 66(5): 384-387

Penetration of water into hardwoods. Wood and Fiber 5(4): 275-287

Penetration routes of Ditylenchus destructor Thorne, 1945, into potatoes and agro-technical control of this infection. Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Gel' mintologii im KI Skryabina (15): 47-51

Penetration, translocation and fate of 14C aminocarb in spruce trees. Report, Chemical Control Research Institute, Canada (CC-X-140): ii + 24

Penetration, translocation and metabolism of 14C-difenzoquat in wild oats and barley. Weed Science 24(4): 379-384

Penetrative capacity of Schistosoma mansoni miracidia. Journal of Parasitology 61(3): 560-561

Penetrometer evaluation of sour cream and yogurt at 1977 Kultures and Kurds Klinic. Cultured Dairy Products Journal 12(4): 14-15

Penetrometer-resistance of the soil; pedological and agronomical interpretation of the results obtained with a new method. Pedologie 25(2): 87-104

Penicillamine at 21: its place in therapeutics now. Proceedings of a Symposium held by Dista Products Limited at Trinity Hall, Cambridge 27-28 September 1976. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine 70(Suppl. 3): vi + 146

Penicillamine pemphigus and the nephrotic syndrome occurring simultaneously. British Journal of Dermatology 98(1): 103-105

Penicillic acid production in submerged culture. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 34(5): 553-556

Penicillin G and tetracycline residues in milk fractions after intramammary administration in cattle. Penicillin G und Tetracyclinruckstande in Gemelkfraktionen nach intrazisternaler Applikation beim Rind: 76

Penicillin G or ampicillin for oral treatment of canine urinary tract infections. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 171(4): 358-361

Penicillin mycelium residue feeding in white Leghorn chicks. Annales de Recherches Veterinaires. Annals of Veterinary Research 9(1): 11-16

Penicillin residues in yearlings following preventive treatment for summer mastitis with a dry-cow therapy preparation. Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde 103(15): 798-800

Penicillin resistant staphylococci from cases of bovine mastitis and their resistance profile to antibiotic and metal ions. Indian Veterinary Journal 45(5): 338-341

Penicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in the bovine udder - definition and assay methods. Annual Bulletin, International Dairy Federation (85): 352-357

Penicillin-testing program focuses on contaminated milk. American Dairy Review 37(12): 30, 32

Penicillinase formation and minimum inhibitory concentrations of beta-lactam-antibiotics against mastitis staphylococci. Berliner und Munchener Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 91(18): 367-369

Penicillinase in staphylococci isolated from milk and milk products. Veterinarni Medicina 20(2): 113-117

Penicillium Link ex Fr. spp. on grapevine. Izv Mold SSR, Ser Biol i Khim N (6): 41-43

Penicillium caseicolum, P. camemberti and P. roqueforti and their harmlessness to human health. 1. Physico-chemical tests for formation of known mycotoxins. Milchwissenschaft 32(9): 517-520

Penicillium claviforme and Penicillium variabile: pathogens of stored sugar beets. Phytopathology 65(8): 926-927

Penicillium claviforme: sugar beet pathogen and antagonist of Botrytis cinerea. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 56(3): 647-649

Penicillium corymbiferum on prepared Dutch iris bulbs: tolerance of benomyl and control. Plant Pathology 26(2): 94-95

Penicillium crustosum, a new pathogen of Citrus reticulata (mandarin) from India. Plant Disease Reporter 60(3): 252-254

Penicillium endocarditis of aortic valve prosthesis. Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery 68(3): 428-431

Penicillium fagi sp. nov., isolated from beech leaves. Mycopathologia 63(1): 57-59

Penicillium fungi in the orchard soils of the Ukraine. Mikologiya i Fitopatologiya 11(2): 104-113

Penicillium ochrosalmoneum Udagawa, chestnut mould and neurotoxicosis of sheep in Ardeche. Bulletin Trimestriel de la Societe Mycologique de France 91(3): 413-421

Penicillium roqueforti capacity for specific proteolysis of bitter polypeptides. Trudy, Vsesoyuznyi Nauchno issledovatel' skii Institut Maslodel' noi i Syrodel' noi Promyshlennosti (11): 67-69, 89

Penicillium rot on stored Golden Delicious apples. Ujabb Kutatasi Eredmenyek a Gyumolcstermesztesben: 159-168

Penicillium sclerotigenum Yamamoto, the principal fungus causing rot of yam (Dioscorea cayenensis Lam.) in the State of Pernambuco (Brazil). Fitopatologia Brasileira 1(2): 67-76

Penicillium verrucosum Dierckx, a cause of blue mould of pome fruit in New South Wales. APPS Newsletter 7(1): 5-6

Penile pressures and muscle activity associated with erection and ejaculation in the dog. American Journal of Physiology 231(5 Pt. 1): 1343-1348

Peninsular Malaysia-A summary of outbreaks of major insect pests for 1973-75. FAO Plant Protection Bulletin 25(3): 128-129

Peniophora gigantea (Fr.) Massee and wounded Spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.). Part II. Acta Forestalia Fennica 149: 18

Pennisetum. India, GB Pant University of Agriculture and Technology: Annual report of research 1975-76 I: 184

Pennisetum polystachyum (L.) Schult. A new chromosomal race. Current Science 44(5): 168-169

Pennsylvania smartweed competition in soybeans. Proceedings 29th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 65

Penoxalin alone and in combination with atrazine, cyanazine and RH-5205 for weed control in corn. Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society (Volume 31): 6-10

Penoxalin weed control performance in midwest soybeans under an EPA permit program. Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1975 (Vol. 30): 84-86

Penoxalin, a new selective herbicide for weed control in peas, beans and other crops. Proceedings of the 28th New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference: 185-188

Pension insurance of farmers. Sociologija Sela 15(57): 21-42

Pensions and financial assistance for agricultural workers. Pensii i posobiya rabotnikam sel' skogo khozyaistva: 118

Pensions in the Japanese rural sector. International Labour Review 116(3): 315-329

Pentachloronitrobenzene-, pentachloroaniline- and methylthiopentachlorobenzene-residues in vegetables and in horticultural soils. Anzeiger fur Schadlingskunde Pflanzenschutz Umweltschutz 51(4): 49-57

Pentachlorophenol (PCP) decomposing activity of field soils treated annually with PCP. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 10(1): 71-75

Pentachlorophenol and captan effects on containerized Red and Jack Pine seedlings. Tree Planters' Notes1975; 26(1): 32-34

Pentachlorophenol and contained chlorinated dibenzodioxins in the environment. A study of environmental fate, stability, and significance when used in wood preservation. Proceedings, American Wood Preservers' Association 72: 122-147

Pentachlorophenol distribution in a fresh water ecosystem. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 18(2): 251-258

Pentachlorophenol-decomposing and PCP-tolerant bacteria in field soil treated with PCP. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 9(2): 99-103

Pentachlorophenol: possible sources of human exposure. Forest Products Journal 27(6): 13-16

Pentaclethra macroloba (Willd.) Ktze. (Leguminosae). Brief, Tropical Timber Information Center (14): 4

Pentagastrin, histamine and ascorbic acid in the gastric mucosa of the rat. Experientia 33(4): 457-458

Pentaglutamate derivatives of folate as substrates for rat liver tetrahydropteroylglutamate methyltransferase and 5,10-methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase. Canadian Journal of Biochemistry 53(9): 1020-1027

Pentamidine transport and sensitivity in brucei-group trypanosomes. Journal of Protozoology 23(2): 349-356

Pentamidine transport in Trypanosoma brucei: structural specificity. Journal of Protozoology 23(2): 16A

Pentamidine transport in brucei-subgroup trypanosomes. Dissertation Abstracts International 36B: 2067-2068

Pentanochlor residues in soil and tomato plants. Khimiya v Sel' skom Khozyaistve 14(5): 69-70

Pentaplast and polycarbonate used in the dairy industry. Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Pishchevaya Tekhnologiya (1): 32-36

Pentastomiasis (Armillifer and Linguatula Sp.) infestations of wild animals in the Kruger National Park. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 46(4): 335-336

Pentastomiasis and cancer of the colon. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 72(1): 54-55

Pentastomiasis and malignancy. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 69(4): 503-512

Pentastomid infection in the house geckoes from Sarawak, Malaysia. Medical Journal of Malaysia 32(1): 59-62

Pentatomidae cereal pests in Greece. Bollettino dell' Istituto di Entomologia Agraria e dell' Osservatorio di Fitopatologia di Palermo 9: 33-36

Pentatomids associated with Gramineae and their natural enemies in Pakistan. Technical Bulletin, Commonwealth Institute of Biological Control (16): 47-67

Pentazocine as an analgesic in dogs. Veterinary Record 101(20): 409-409

Pentland potatoes. Arable Farming 2(9): 61, 65

Pentose phosphate metabolism of potato tuber discs as influenced by prior storage temperature. Plant Physiology 61(2): 252-253

Pentose phosphate pathway and germination of Euphorbia heterophylla L. Proceedings of the 30th Annual Meeting of the Southern Weed Science Society: 356

People and agricultural land. Perceptions 4, study on population, technology and resources. People and agricultural land Perceptions 4, study on population, technology and resources: 134

People and food tomorrow. People and food tomorrow: xii+173

People and machines. Journal of the Society of Dairy Technology 31(3): 125-128

People as a factor influencing future agricultural production. New Zealand Agricultural Science 9(3): 85-90

People's Republic of China agricultural situation. Review of 1976 and outlook for 1977. Foreign Agricultural Economic Report, Economic Research Service, US Department of Agriculture (137): vi + 33

People's action in Asia. Report of the Joint ACFOD-FAO/AD Workshop and First ACFOD Council, Bangkok, Thailand, 10-16 June 1977. People' s action in Asia Report of the Joint ACFOD FAO/AD Workshop and First ACFOD Council, Bangkok, Thailand, 10-16 June 1977: 64

People's communes and rural development in China. AID Research Development Abstracts 3(2): p.29

Peponapis fervens (Smith) in Bolivia (Hymenoptera: Apoidea). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 77(4): 508

Pepper cultivation in Sarawak. Agricultural News from BASF 4: 3-6

Pepper hybrids bred using sterility. Dokl sov uchenykh k XIX kongr po sadovodstvu, Varshava, 1974: 373-377

Pepper spot in white cabbage - a literature review. ADAS Quarterly Review (25): 81-86

Peppermint and spearmint - production in the United States - progress and problems. International Flavours and Food Additives 6(4): 246-247

Peppers. Capsicum. Evolution of crop plants: 265-268

Peppery pesticide. Agricultural Research, USA 25(12): 15

Pepsin digestibility as an index of fish meal quality. 3. Fishing News International 15(10): 25...29

Pepsin immobilized on inorganic supports for the continuous coagulation of skim milk. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 19(5): 683-700

Pepsin inhibitors from Ascaris: isolation, properties, and studies of the stoichiometry of formation, dissociation and stability of these pepsin-Ascaris pepsin inhibitor complexes. Dissertation Abstracts International 33B(6): 2459

Pepsin: a new extractant for serum thyroxine by enzymatic digestion of thyroxine binding proteins. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 42(1): 189-192

Pepsinogen fractions in chickens during growth and the effect of different diets. Polskie Archiwum Weterynaryjne 19(2): 287-299

Peptic ulcer in childhood. Australian Paediatric Journal 13(4): 299-301

Peptic ulcer. A medical perspective. Medical Clinics of North America 62(1): 39-51

Peptic ulceration in a dog associated with an islet cell carcinoma of the pancreas and an elevated plasma gastrin level. Journal of Small Animal Practice 17(9): 593-598

Peptic ulceration in men. Epidemiology and medical care. British Journal of Preventive and Social Medicine 30(2): 115-122

Peptidase-mediated storage of amino acids in small peptides. Insect Biochemistry 6(2): 179-185

Peptide contamination from cellulose dialysis membrane. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 24(2): 435-436

Peptide hormone receptors. Annual Review of Physiology 39: 529-557

Peptide hormones. Peptide hormones: 399

Peptide hydrolases in propionibacteria. XX International Dairy Congress, Vol E: Langsrud, T; Reinbold, G W; Hammond, E G : Autolysis of propionibacteria: 477-478

Peptide hydrolases of Brevibacterium linens. XX International Dairy Congress, Vol E: 478-479

Peptide hydrolases of lactobacilli. XX International Dairy Congress, Vol E: 475-476

Peptide release from milk during treatment with immobilized pepsin and totality of clotting of treated milk. Journal of Dairy Science 60(11): 1683-1688

Peptide substrates for chymosin (rennin). Kinetic studies with peptides of different chain length including parts of the sequence 101-112 of bovine kappa -casein. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 438(1): 265-272

Peptide syntheses. XLI. Synthesis of the melittin sequence, groups 1-14. Justus Liebigs Annalen der Chemie 702: 180-187

Peptide syntheses. XLII. Synthesis of the melittin sequence, groups 1-20 and 7-20. Justus Liebigs Annalen der Chemie 711: 227-233

Peptide transport by germinating barley embryos. Planta 134(2): 205-206

Peptide transport by germinating barley embryos: Evidence for a single common carrier for di- and oligopeptides. Planta 138(3): 217-221

Peptide transport by germinating barley embryos: Uptake of physiological di- and oligopeptides. Planta 138(3): 211-215

Peptide utilization by cheese starter streptococci. XX International Dairy Congress, Vol E: 511-512

Peptides 1974. Proceedings of the Thirteenth European Peptide Symposium Kiryat Anavim, Israel, April 28-May 3, 1974. Peptides 1974 Proceedings of the Thirteenth European Peptide Symposium Kiryat Anavim, Israel, April 28 May 3, 1974: xx + 434

Peptides. Discovery with regard to peptides, and especially a peptide extracted from bee venom, and derivatives from this peptide, that have useful therapeutic properties. German Federal Re ic Patent (2 020 113): 14

Peptides: chemistry, structure and biology. Peptides: chemistry, structure and biology: xvii + 1053

Peptidyl transferase activity in rat skeletal muscle ribosomes after protein restriction. Journal of Nutrition 107(7): 1335-1339

Peptococcus (S. Micrococcus) indolicus. The demonstration of two varieties of hemolysin forming strains. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 16(2): 218-225

Peptodochitodextrins of Sarcophaga bullata: non-identity of limit glycopeptides from larval and puparial cuticle. Insect Biochemistry 6(1): 65-77

Per capita grain output in China and India. Food Policy 2(1): 60-66

Per caput consumption of milk and dairy products in Yugoslavia in the period 1963-1973. Ekonomika Poljoprivrede 23(3): 43-65

Per-acre pricing - its effect on logging residue. USDA Forest Service Research Paper, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (PNW-192): 7

Peracetic acid for treatment of trichophytosis (ringworm in cattle). Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin 31(23): 886-890

Perceived versus objective urban opportunities and migration of Venezuelan youths. Annals of Regional Science 10(1): 83-97

Perceived worlds of the colonists of tropical rainforest, Colombia. Transactions, Institute of British Geographers 2(4): 430-458

Percentage difference between mean diameter and quadratic mean diameter in forest stands. Floresta 7(2): 25-35

Percentage germination and thousand seed weight as sources of error in precision drilling. International Society for Horticultural Science: Symposium on seed problems in horticulture The search for practical solutions (83): 283-288

Percentage nitrogen and protein content in maize grain as influenced by application of increased nitrogen and sulphur doses. Poljoprivredna Znanstvena Smotra 32: 257-263

Percentage of compression wood and specific gravity in blue pine (Pinus wallichiana A.B. Jackson). Wood Science and Technology 12(1): 17-24

Percentage of heartwood and sapwood in 100-year-old trees of Pinus sylvestris growing under various site conditions. Sylwan 119(11): 57-64

Percentage of honeybee visitation to mustard fields. Entomologists' Newsletter 6(2): 5-6

Percentage of tissue types in tropical and temperate grass leaf blades and degradation of tissues by rumen microorganisms. Crop Science 15(5): 661-668

Percentile curves of height and weight in children from 6 to 14 years of age. Klinische Padiatrie 186(6): 505-510

Perceptible concentrations of amino acids. Zapiski Leningradskogo Sel' skokhozyaistvennogo Instituta 187: 8-11

Perception and selection in the foraging strategy of ruminants. Agriculture and Forestry Bulletin (34): 23-26

Perception by honeybee workers (Apis mellifera caucasica) of synthetic queen substance (9-oxodec-trans-2-enoic acid). Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 52(2): 291-293

Perception of a sex pheromone, 2,6-dichlorophenol, in hard ticks. Tick borne diseases and their vectors: 88-94

Perceptions of citizens and authorities about rural education in Boyaca, Colombia. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 37(1): 49

Perceptions of pastoralism: the interpretation of the social role of cattle in Africa. Development Studies Discussion Paper, University of East Anglia (3): 24

Perceptions of selected groups toward the philosophic principle of experience in agriculture and agribusiness education in Iowa. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 37(7): p.4071

Perceptions of the extent of use and effectiveness of selected practices and procedures in the recruitment of agricultural education students. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 37(10): p.6435

Perceptions of the role of the local supervisor of vocational agriculture. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 37(8): p.4785

Percolation hydrolysis of raw material from woody scrub vegetation. Gidroliznaya i Lesokhimicheskaya Promyshlennost' (1): 20-21

Percolation tests for septic tank suitability in southern Arizona soils. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 31(3): 110-112

Percutaneous administration of levamisole to cattle. Gaceta Veterinaria 39(318): 91-95

Percutaneous and subcutaneous infection of pigs with Strongyloides ransomi. Journal of Parasitology 62(4): 650-651

Percutaneous cardiac puncture in domestic pigs. Australian Veterinary Journal 53(7): 337-339

Percutaneous infection of Hylobius pales by Metarrhizium anisopliae. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, 312: 180-187

Percutaneous peritoneal biopsy in schistosomal hepatic fibrosis with ascites. Ain Shams Medical Journal 26(3): 331-333

Percutaneous puncture of a hydatid cyst of the kidney. Journal de Radiologie, D'electrologie, et de Medecine Nucleaire 58(3): 227-230

Percutaneous transthoracic liver biopsy in the dog. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 169(8): 805-810

Percutaneous transthoracic liver biopsy in the dog: a review of 75 cases. Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association 13(1): 17-22

Peregrinus maidis (Ashm.), vector of viral diseases of maize. Revista de la Facultad de Agronomia, Universidad Central de Venezuela 9(4): 51-61

Perennation and control of benomyl - insensitive botrytis affecting strawberries. Proceedings, 8th British Insecticide Conference, 1975: 5-13

Perennial and annual herbage plants as components of feeding rations. Sbornik Nauchnykh Rabot, Vsesoyuznyi Institut Kormov (8): 13-25

Perennial broomweed control with EL-103. Noxious Brush and Weed Control Research Highlights (Volume 6): 14

Perennial cool season grass evaluation. Research Report, Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station (P-735): 22

Perennial crop of sugar beet for seed production in Azerbaijan. Trudy Azerbaidzhanskogo Sel' skokhozyaistvennogo Instituta, Agronomiya (3): 102-110

Perennial crop supply response: the case of Indian natural rubber. Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics 32(4): 62-76

Perennial forage production with a water spreading system. North Dakota Farm Research 32(5): 15-20

Perennial graminaceous plants infesting cultivated areas in Brazil. Divulgacao Agronomica (37): 8-20

Perennial grass barriers for wind erosion control, snow management and crop production. Shelterbelts on the Great Plains Proceedings of the Symposium Denver, Colorado, April 20-22, 1976: 69-78

Perennial grass control in Florida citrus groves. I Congreso Mundial de Citricultura, 1973, Volume 1: 337-340

Perennial grass cultivars for north-western parts of the non-chernozem zone. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (5): 41-44

Perennial grass weeds can't be ignored. Arable Farming 5(6): 41, 45

Perennial grass weeds: seed germination and seedling growth of Agropyron repens and Agrostis gigantea (the couch grasses). UK, Rothamsted Experimental Station: Report for 1976: 48-49

Perennial grasses and legumes and their mixtures for fodder and crop-protecting rotations. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki, Moscow, USSR (7): 56-59

Perennial grasses respond inconsistently to alternate year seasonal rest. Journal of Range Management 29(4): 346

Perennial grassweeds in Europe. Symposium on Status, Biology and Control of Grassweeds in Europe, organized by EWRS and COLUMA, Paris, 1975 (Vol. 2): 71-83

Perennial herbage species - an important protein source. Korma (1): 39-40

Perennial herbage species and mixtures for sowing on irrigated lands. Ural' skie Nivy (10): 33-35

Perennial herbage species in the Kuban region. Mnogoletnie kormovye travy na Kubani: 96

Perennial irrigated pastures. 2. Average daily gain and carcass characteristics of yearling beef steers on irrigated pasture supplemented by alfalfa cubes. Agronomy Journal 67(4): 580-582

Perennial legumes and grasses - an important source of fodder protein. Molochno myasnoe skotovodstvo Vypusk 38: 40-47

Perennial rye. Korma (3): 35-36

Perennial rye. III. New possibilities for the breeding and production of ergot (Claviceps purpurea Tul.). Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenzuchtung 72(4): 346-351

Perennial ryegrass - recommended varieties 1976-77. Agriculture in Northern Ireland 51(2): 36-41

Perennial ryegrass - recommended varieties 1977-78. Agriculture in Northern Ireland 52(2): 55-60

Perennial ryegrass - recommended varieties 1978-79. Agriculture in Northern Ireland 53(1): 5-11

Perennial ryegrass and its cultivars. Fourrages (64): 167-172

Perennial ryegrass cv. Drogobychskii 1. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (1): 39-40

Perennial ryegrass cv. Drogobychskii 2. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (1): 37-39

Perennial ryegrass seed production. New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Research Division: Agricultural Research in the New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries 1975-76: 139