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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 457

Chapter 457 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Persistence of five preplant herbicides after three annual repeated applications. Proceedings 28th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 294

Persistence of foot and mouth disease virus in experimentally infected jackdaws (Corvus monedula). Veterinariya, Moscow (9): 47-48

Persistence of gamma-BHC and beta-BHC in Indian rice soils under flooded conditions. Pesticide Science 6(4): 395-403

Persistence of herbicides and plant growth regulators in soil. Shokucho [Plant Growth Regulators] 9(1): 2-17

Persistence of herbicides in soil after different types of soil tillage. Experiments with simazine, linuron and TCA. [Reports and dissertations] Rapporter och avhandlingar Institutionen for vaxtodling, Lantbrukshogskolan, Uppsala (52): 40 pp

Persistence of herbicides in soil. Investigations in 1971-1975. Rapporter och Avhandlingar, Institutionen for Vaxtodling, Lantbrukshogskolan, Sweden (58): 180

Persistence of infection with infectious bovine rhinotracheitis virus in Danish cattle herds. Nordisk Veterinaermedicin 30(4-5): 178-185

Persistence of infectivity of three viruses in plant material dried over CaCl2 and stored under different conditions. Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology 83(6): 217-220

Persistence of insect viruses in field populations of alfalfa insects. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 23(3): 360-365

Persistence of insecticidal residues on okra for control of newly hatched larvae of Earias fabia. Pantnagar Journal of Research 1(2): 104-106

Persistence of isoxathion in soil. Noyaku Kagaku 3(2): 84-85

Persistence of lindane and dieldrin in treated soil of an opium field. Entomologie et Phytopathologie Appliquees 46(1/2): 16-17

Persistence of lindane in young larches. Anzeiger fur Schadlingskunde, Pflanzen und Umweltschutz 47(8): 113-115

Persistence of linuron in Saskatchewan soils. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 55(2): 145-148

Persistence of malathion residues in paddy plants (Oryza sativa). Current Science 44(9): 317-319

Persistence of malathion residues on the foliage and ears of barley. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 46(3): 148-151

Persistence of metamitron in a sandy loam soil. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 16(4): 431-435

Persistence of methazole activity in soil. Weed Research 16(1): 23-26

Persistence of monocrotophos in/on Citrus. Entomologists' Newsletter 5(2): 8-9

Persistence of napropamide. 24th Annual Report National Vegetable Research Station, 1973: 105

Persistence of neomycin in animal houses after aerosol application. Veterinariya, Moscow, USSR (6): 83-84

Persistence of organo-chlorine insecticides in wood after twenty-five years. Material und Organismen 11(2): 145-157

Persistence of organochlorine insecticides in the field in the Gezira soil under cotton. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 15(3): 378-382

Persistence of oxytetracycline residues in the body of calves treated with Oxymykoin intramuscularly. Veterinarni Medicina 21(3): 149-160

Persistence of parathion and its oxidation to paraoxon on the soil surface as related to worker reentry into treated crops. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 14(3): 265-272

Persistence of pathogenic fungi in cosmetic products during use. Bulletin de la Societe Francaise de Mycologie Medicale 6(2): 235-237

Persistence of penicillin residues in the body of calves after parenteral treatment with procaine penicillin. Veterinarni Medicina 21(3): 161-166

Persistence of pesticides in soil. Pesticides in Soil and Water: 203-222

Persistence of phorate and its residual toxicity to Aphis craccivora Koch in cowpea. Entomon 1(1): 79-82

Persistence of phorate and its sulfoxide in cabbages. Phytophylactica 7(4): 119-120

Persistence of picloram in soil and effect of its residue on crops. Annual Report of the Research Station, Kentville, Nova Scotia: 141-143

Persistence of poliovirus 1 in soil and on vegetables grown in soil previously flooded with inoculated sewage sludge or effluent. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 33(1): 109-113

Persistence of propanil, DCA, and TCAB in soil and water under flooded rice culture. Journal of Environmental Quality 6(2): 127-132

Persistence of protection after vaccination against infectious canine hepatitis virus (CAV/1). Veterinary Record 99(25-26): 509-509

Persistence of radiophosphorus in desert locust, Schistocerca gregaria (Orthoptera: Acrididae). Florida Entomologist 57(4): 393-395

Persistence of residual amounts of some antibiotics in meat and eggs of fowls. Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki 14(9): 59-66

Persistence of residual toxicity of dimethoate in the control of insect pests on cabbage and cauliflower. Indian Journal of Entomology 1975; 35(4): 333-338

Persistence of residues in the blood and milk of cattle following ingestion of BHC (lindane) at toxic and subtoxic doses. Nuova Veterinaria 50(4/6): 203-209

Persistence of selected antitranspirants. Water Resources Research 11(2): 281-286

Persistence of semen quality during the reproductive period in two strains of turkeys differing in semen yield. Poultry Science 55(6): 2470-2472

Persistence of several herbicides in marshland soil. Annual Report of the Research Station, Kentville, Nova Scotia: 146-147

Persistence of some chemicals in Pacific Northwest forests. Proceedings, 1971 Short Course for Pesticide Applicators: 133-141

Persistence of some herbicides in the environment. Materialy 10go Mezhdunarodnogo Simpoziuma Stran Chlenov SEV, Pushchino, SSSR, 1975me 2): 15-19

Persistence of some herbicides in the soil and their effects on crops in rotations. Symposium on Status, Biology and Control of Grassweeds in Europe, organised by EWRS and COLUMA, Paris, 1975 (Vol. 1): 267-277

Persistence of some insecticides in subtropical soil. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 25(2): 348-352

Persistence of some nonsporulating gram-negative bacteria in commercial honeys stored at room temperature. Bulletin de l' Association des Diplomes de Microbiologie de la Faculte de Pharmacie de Nancy (132): 3-12

Persistence of some spray fungicides on the leaves of potato. Pesticides 10(3): 48, 53

Persistence of some systemic insecticides in cowpea, when applied as granules in different soil types of Kerala. Agricultural Research Journal of Kerala 1976; 13(2): 175-178

Persistence of spores of Pleistophora schubergi (Conidospora: Microsporida) in the field, and their application in microbial control. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 26(3): 329-332

Persistence of spores of Vairimorpha necatrix on tobacco, cotton, and soybean foliage. Journal of Economic Entomology, 712: 169-172

Persistence of streptomycin residues in the body of calves after parenteral treatment. Veterinarni Medicina 21(3): 167-174

Persistence of terbacil and trifluralin under different soil and climatic conditions. Weed Research 17(2): 145-152

Persistence of the germinating capacity of passion fruit seeds. Boletim do Instituto Biologico da Bahia 13(1): 76-84

Persistence of the glandless genotype in a composite cross of Upland cotton on the Texas high plains. Crop Science 15(6): 883-884

Persistence of the herbicide AC 92,553, N-(1-ethylpropyl)-2,6-dinitro-3,4-xylidine, in soils. Pesticide Science 8(4): 359-365

Persistence of the immune response in patients with amoebic liver abscess. Resumenes de trabajos libres Congreso IV Latinoamericano de Parasitologia, etc, San Jose, Costa Rica, 7-11 Dec, 1976: 153

Persistence of the insecticide, Akton, in soil. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 18(4): 499-502

Persistence of the right aortic arch in the dog. Radiographic diagnosis and surgical treatment. Archivos de Medicina Veterinaria, Chile 8(2): 108-113

Persistence of three organophosphorus insecticides on plywood surfaces against five species of stored-product insects. Journal of Economic Entomology 71(1): 115-121

Persistence of toxicity of absorbed and translocated systemic insecticides against Brevicoryne brassicae Linn. Indian Journal of Entomology 1976; 36(3): 228-230

Persistence of trichlorfon and dichlorvos in two different autoclaved and non-autoclaved soils. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Egypt, Economic Series 1975; (8): 29-32

Persistence of trifluralin as influenced by soil moisture content and temperature. Crop Production 4: 75-77

Persistence of tuberculosis in honeys. Pchelovodstvo 94(5): 41

Persistence of viral activity of Spodoptera litura nuclear polyhedra sprayed in mixtures. Proceedings of the Association for Plant Protection of Kyushu 20: 37-39

Persistence of viruses in products of animal origin. Resistance des virus dans les produits d' origine animale: vi + 305

Persistence studies of insecticides : VI. Degradation of methoxychlor on White Pine leaders (Pinus strobus L.) after aerial application for control of White Pine weevil (Pissodes strobi Peck) in Ontario, spring 1974. Information Report, Chemical Control Research Institute, Canada (CC-X-99): 19

Persistence studies of insecticides: III. Accumulation of fenitrothion and its oxygen analog in foliage, soil and water in Larose Forest. Information Report, Chemical Control Research Institute, Canada (CC-X-65): 21

Persistence studies of insecticides: IV. Root penetration, translocation and metabolism of C-14 labelled fenitrothion in young Spruce trees. Information Report, Chemical Control Research Institute, Canada (CC-X-86): 15

Persistence studies of insecticides: V. Degradation of carbaryl on White Pine leaders (Pinus strobus L.) after aerial application for control of White Pine weevil (Pissodes strobi Peck) on Ontario, 1974. Information Report, Chemical Control Research Institute, Canada (CC-X-98): 16

Persistence toxicity of monocrotophos and phosphamidon in soil against Dicladispa armigera Olivier in rice. Indian Journal of Entomology 1977; 38(3): 297-298

Persistency of lactation in Danish Red cows. Agronomski Glasnik 39(6): 621-629

Persistency of lactation of Red Dane and Red Dane crossbred cows in Thailand. Third International Congress of the Society for the Advancement of Breeding Researches in Asia and Oceania SABRAO in association with the Australian Plant Breeding Conference, Australia, February 1977 Animal Breeding Papers: 8-18 to 8-22

Persistency of milk production of Jersey cows. Gujarat Agricultural University Research Journal 2(1): 39-42

Persistency studies. Welsh Plant Breeding Station: UK, Welsh Plant Breeding Station: Report for 1974: 46-47

Persistent trichophyton tonsurans infection. British Journal of Dermatology 97 Suppl 15: 48-49

Persistent adenopathy in coccidioidomycosis: an indication for therapy. Southern Medical Journal 70(5): 531-532

Persistent effects of chenodeoxycholic acid on biliary lipids in the hamster. Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 85(6): 1032-1041

Persistent effects of starvation on pyruvate dehydrogenase kinase and phosphatase of lactating rat mammary gland. Biochemical Society Transactions 6(1): 154-157

Persistent hyaloid artery in the bovine eye. Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift 46(1): 1-9

Persistent infection of Malacosoma disstria (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae) cell cultures with Nosema (Glugea) disstriae (Microsporida: Nosematidae). Canadian Journal of Zoology 54(3): 336-342

Persistent infection of a pig kidney cell line with porcine transmissible gastroenteritis virus. Acta Veterinaria Brno 45(1/2): 89-95

Persistent infection of cattle with the herpesvirus of malignant catarrhal fever and observations on the pathogenesis of the disease. British Veterinary Journal 132(4): 393-400

Persistent infection of cells in culture by respiratory syncytial virus. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 151(4): 684-688

Persistent metabolic abnormalities in diabetes in the absence of glucagon. Diabetologia 13(1): 71-75

Persistent modifications and their genetic importance for spring wheat breeding. Part II. Wheat Information Service (41/42): 24-26

Persistent polymorphism of tissue cultures from various fragments of several citrus species. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Seances de l' Academie des Sciences, D 284(21): 2119-2121

Persistent pupillary membrane in the Basenji. Australian Veterinary Journal 52(8): 343-344

Persistent truncus arteriosus in a two-year-old horse. Tierarztliche Praxis 4(1): 55-58

Persistent viraemia in chickens subsequent to in ovo inoculation of reticuloendotheliosis virus. Avian Pathology 7(2): 237-247

Personal experience of phenylketonuria. Medecine Infantile 83(2): 209 . . . 234

Personality adjustment of rural and urban children: a current perspective. [Publication] Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, Ohio State University (ESS 561): 25

Personality traits of the block officials as associated with the extent of perceived problems of coordination in executing the agricultural extension programmes. Journal of Research 12(4): 412-417

Personalizing learning processes in agricultural economics. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 59(5): 1022-1026

Personnel costs for selected wage groups in dairy plants. Deutsche Molkerei Zeitung 98(31): 979-983

Personnel deficiencies in agricultural banking systems in developing countries. Savings and Development 2(1): 20-42

Personnel employed by owners or managers (excluding communal owners) of forests and natural areas. Nederlands Bosbouw Tijdschrift 49(3): 144-148

Personnel evaluation as a supervisory task in agricultural extension. Zeitschrift fur Auslandische Landwirtschaft 16(1): 37-48

Personnel management practices in large Florida dairy herds. Journal of Dairy Science 60(1, Supplement): p.156

Perspective food. Pakistan Economist 15(45): 14-17

Perspective for cooperative marketing in India. Co operative News Digest 28(9): 141-147

Perspective of pigeonpea and ICRISAT'S breeding program. International Workshop on Grain Legumes January 13-16, 1975 First and Second Sessions: 19-29

Perspective on development?. Perspectief op ontwikkeling?: 276

Perspective study of agricultural development for the Democratic Republic of the Sudan. Perspective study of agricultural development for the Democratic Re ic of the Sudan:

Perspective study on agricultural development in the Sahelian countries 1975-1990. Volume I: main report; Volume II, Statistical Annex; Summary and conclusions. Perspective study on agricultural development in the Sahelian countries 1975-1990 Volume I: main report; Volume II, Statistical Annex; Summary and conclusions: xv+231; 79; 39

Perspectives and prospects in herbage plant breeding. Applied genetics and British agriculture Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Conference of the Reading University Agricultural Club, 1975: 9-14

Perspectives for a defined culture medium for T. cruzi. Scientific Publication, Pan American Health Organization (318): 179-180

Perspectives for beef and veal production in the Netherlands. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 9(6): 523-530

Perspectives in biological dinitrogen fixation. A Treatise on Dinitrogen Fixation, Section III, Biology Hardy, RWF; Silver, WS editors: 3-18

Perspectives in experimental biology. Volume 2. Botany. Perspectives in experimental biology Volume 2 Botany: 523

Perspectives in forest entomology. Perspectives in forest entomology: 428

Perspectives in the control of parasitic disease in animals in Europe. Papers given at a symposium organised by the Association of Veterinarians in Industry (The Horseshoe Club) at the Royal College of Physicians, London, October 10th and 11th, 1977. Perspectives in the control of parasitic disease in animals in Europe Papers given at a symposium organised by the Association of Veterinarians in Industry The Horseshoe Club at the Royal College of Physicians, London, October 10th and 11th, 1977: x + 114

Perspectives of PHILSUGIN by its clientele and linkage institutions. Perspectives of PHILSUGIN by its clientele and linkage institutions: 371

Perspectives of biological control of aquatic weeds in temperate climatic zones. Aquatic Botany 3(2): 125-131

Perspectives of biophysical ecology. Perspectives of biophysical ecology: 609

Perspectives of breeding for resistance to 'yellow disease', Xanthomonas hyacinthi (Wakker) Dowson, in hyacinths (Hyacinthus L.). Euphytica 25(1): 131-138

Perspectives of hormonal control of insect development. Pesticide chemistry in the 20th century: 197-208

Perspectives of modern pulp production. Deutsche Papierwirtschaft (4): 64-72

Perspectives of oil sunflower cultivation in Poland. Postepy Nauk Rolniczych (6): 3-18

Perspectives on conservation: Sierra Club strategies in Mineral King. Journal of Forest History 20(4): 176-190

Perspectives on desertification. Economic Geography 53(4): 429-432

Perspectives on fertilizer use, residue utilization and food production. Food, fertilizer and agricultural residues [Loehr, RC Editor]: 5-26

Perspectives on improvement strategies for metropolitan trees. Santamour, F S Jr; Gerhold, H D; Little, S : Better trees for metropolitan landscapes Proceedings of the symposium held on 4-6 November 1975 at the US National Arboretum, Washington, DC: 215-220

Perspectives on nonformal adult learning. Perspectives on nonformal adult learning: x + 122

Perspectives on production of phenols and phenolic acids from lignin and bark. Applied Polymer Symposium (28): 259-267

Perspectives on rural out-of-school youth: the undiscovered majority. Philippine Economic Journal 12(1/2): 49-71

Perth barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 55(4): 1089-1091

Pertinent criteria for describing the dissolution of gypsum beds in flowing water. Soil Science Society of America Journal 42(2): 234-236

Perturbation solutions for vertical infiltration problems: a uniformly valid solution. Advances in Water Resources 1(2): 111-116

Perturbations of upper leaf surface structures by simulated acid rain. Environmental and Experimental Botany 17(2/4): 145-149

Peru. - Agreement between Peru and Brazil for the conservation of the flora and fauna of the Amazon territories of the Republic of Peru and the Federative Republic of Brazil. - 7 November 1975. Food and Agricultural Legislation 25(2): 85-86

Peru. Decree-Law No. 21147: Forests and wild fauna Act. 13 May 1975. Food and Agricultural Legislation 25(1): 66-80

Pest and disease control for tree fruits, vines and berries. Fruit World Annual and Orchardists' Guide, 1975: 1, 4-8, 10-12, 14

Pest and disease control on glasshouse roses. Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 30(38): 16-17

Pest and disease control on intensive apple trees by overhead mobile spraying. Pesticide Science 6(6): 571-579

Pest and disease control with low doses of pesticides in low and ultralow volumes applied to intensive apple trees. Pesticide Science 7(1): 30-34

Pest as a common resource: a case study in the control of the alfalfa weevil. Contributed Paper AAEA Meeting, August 1975:

Pest aspects of potato production. 1. Nematode pests of potatoes. 2. Pests other than nematodes. The potato crop: the scientific basis for improvement: 440-503

Pest attack forecasts: are they of dubious value?. Proceedings of the 1977 British Crop Protection Conference Pests and Diseases 9th British Insecticide and Fungicide Conference, 21st to 24th November 1977, Hotel Metropole, Brighton, England Volumes 1, 2 and 3: 241-245

Pest complex of rice in Himachal Pradesh. Indian Journal of Entomology 1976; 36(4): 358-359

Pest complex of sunflower (Helianthus annus Linn.) in Tamil Nadu. Indian Journal of Entomology 1977; 37(2): 188-191

Pest complex of sunflower - a bibliography. PANS 22(4): 546-563

Pest complexes on trees of different ages. Zashchita Rastenii (1): 62-63

Pest control and preservation of a natural and attractive environment with particular reference to mosquito problems. Anzeiger fur Schadlingskunde, Pflanzen und Umweltschutz 47(11): 161-165

Pest control and storage problems in feed commodities in tropical and subtropical countries. Proceedings of the Tropical Products Institute Conference on Animal Feeds of Tropical and Subtropical Origin: 267-272

Pest control bounded by economics and ecology. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Entomologie 78(1): 10-12

Pest control in bananas. PANS Manual (1): 126

Pest control in fruit-tree culture. Pests. Revue Suisse de Viticulture, d' Arboriculture et d' Horticulture 9(1): 19-21

Pest control in livestock production. Gunn, DL and Stevens, JGR Editors Pesticides and human welfare: 103-114

Pest control in ornamental and landscape plantings. Pesticides in the environment Volume 2: 255-324

Pest control in rice. PANS Manual (3.; Ed. 2): iv + 295

Pest control in rice. PANS Manual no. 3. Pest control in rice PANS Manual no 3 (Ed. 2): 295

Pest control in seed lucerne. Rastitelna Zashchita 23(5): 18- 19

Pest control in the CSSR. Praktische Schadlingsbekampfer 27(2): 9-11

Pest control in tropical root crops. PANS Manual (4): 235

Pest control methods for maize in France. Annals of Applied Biology 87(2): 270-276

Pest control of the future. Garden 101(5): 266-267

Pest control problems (pre-harvest) causing major losses in world food supplies. FAO Plant Protection Bulletin 23(3/4): 70-71

Pest control strategy in India. Crop protection agents their biological evaluation Proceedings of the International Conference on the Evaluation of Biological Activity, held at Wageningen, The Netherlands, 16th-18th April, 1975: 99-109

Pest control: an assessment of present and alternative technologies. Volume 1. Contemporary pest control practices and prospects. Pest control: an assessment of present and alternative technologies Volume 1 Contemporary pest control practices and prospects: 506

Pest control: an assessment of present and alternative technologies. Volume I. Contemporary pest control practices and prospects: the report of the executive committee. Pest control: an assessment of present and alternative technologies Volume I Contemporary pest control practices and prospects: the report of the executive committee: xxviii + 506

Pest control: an assessment of present and alternative technologies. Volume II. Corn/soybeans pest control. The report of the Corn/Soybeans Study Team. Pest control: an assessment of present and alternative technologies Volume II Corn/soybeans pest control The report of the Corn/Soybeans Study Team: xi + 169

Pest control: an assessment of present and alternative technologies. Volume III. Cotton pest control. The report of the Cotton Study Team. Pest control: an assessment of present and alternative technologies Volume III Cotton pest control The report of the Cotton Study Team: ix + 139

Pest control: an assessment of present and alternative technologies. Volume IV. Forest pest control. The report of the Forest Study Team. Pest control: an assessment of present and alternative technologies Volume IV Forest pest control The report of the Forest Study Team: xi + 170

Pest control: an assessment of present and alternative technologies. Volume IV: forest pest control. Pest control: an assessment of present and alternative technologies Volume IV: forest pest control: 170

Pest control: an assessment of present and alternative technologies. Volume V. Pest control and public health. Pest control: an assessment of present and alternative technologies Volume V Pest control and ic health: xiii + 282

Pest detection in the united States - 1977. Cooperative Plant Pest Report 3(1/4): 17-31

Pest infestation in stored walnut (Juglans regia Linn.). Science and Culture 42(2): 123-125

Pest infestations in stored products. New Zealand Journal of Agriculture 133(2): 38-39

Pest management against eyespot disease. Pflanzenarzt 29(1): 3-4

Pest management determinant factors in chrysanthemum culture. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1974 87: 467-471

Pest management for the 21st century. Pest management for the 21st century A symposium held at the University of Idaho, October 13-14, 1972: 4-8

Pest management for the 21st century. A symposium held at the University of Idaho, October 13-14, 1972. Pest management for the 21st century A symposium held at the University of Idaho, October 13-14, 1972: [10] + 102

Pest management in coconut gardens. An integrated approach. Indian Farming 27(9): 31, 33-35

Pest management in entomology. Graellsia 1977; 32: 279-296

Pest management in multiple cropping systems. Agro Ecosystems 3: 93-118

Pest management in the People's Republic of China-monitoring and forecasting insect populations in rice, wheat, cotton and maize. FAO Plant Protection Bulletin 25(1): 1-8

Pest management revolution. Recent advances in plant sciences Session 7 Entomology and nematology: [Abstracts]: ; 64-65

Pest management systems for phytophagous mites and the codling moth. Miscellaneous Publication, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station (1276): 99-121

Pest management with insect sex attractants and other behavior-controlling chemicals. Pest management with insect sex attractants and other behavior controlling chemicals: viii + 192

Pest management: four years experience in a commercial apple orchard. Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia 74: 3-6

Pest management: methods of assessing results on apples and pears. Deciduous Fruit Grower 25(6): 135-139

Pest management: status of apple and pear pests. Deciduous Fruit Grower 25(6): 143-147

Pest management: the accuracy of a sampling method for pest infestation in apples. Deciduous Fruit Grower 26(2): 72-74

Pest of small ruminants in Senegal. Revue d' Elevage et de Medecine Veterinaire des Pays Tropicaux 29(3): 199-204

Pest populations of pine (Pinus sylvestris) and spruce (Picea abies) cones in Latvian seed orchards. [Protection of softwoods in Latvia] Zashchita khvoinykh v Latviiskoi SSR: 43-55

Pest pressure and recombination systems in plants. American Naturalist 109(968): 437-451

Pest problems in Bangladesh. Rice Entomology Newsletter (3): 5-6

Pest records of desert grasses and legumes. Entomologists' Newsletter 5(8/9): 40

Pest resistance in the Rim de boi variety of cotton (Gossypium barbadense r. brasiliense Hutch.). Ciencia e Cultura 27: 621

Pest resistance to pesticides and crop loss assessment - 1. Report of the 1st session of the FAO Panel of Experts, held in Washington, D.C. 16-19 August 1976. FAO Plant Production and Protection Papers (6): vi + 42

Pest status and control of termites in rural areas. Indian Forester 103(6): 425-434

Pest status of Cactoblastis cactorum (Berg) (Lepidoptera: Phycitidae) and Dactylopius opuntiae (Cockerell) (Coccoidea: Dactylopiidae) in spineless opuntia plantations in South Africa. Journal of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa 39(1): 111-116

Pest status of Erosomyia indica - a midge pest of mango. Cecidologia Indica: 111-3: 25-56

Pest, pathological and residue problems posed by witloof chicory growing. Revue de l' Agriculture 30(5): 1169-1186

Pest-damage assessment: an introduction. New Zealand Entomologist 6(1): 7-8

Pest-pathogen resistance and photosynthetic rate in alfalfa. Report of the twenty fifth alfalfa improvement conference, July 13-15, 1976, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York: [Abstracts]: 44

Pestalotia gubiana sp.nov. Norwegian Journal of Botany 22(3): 237-239

Pestalotiopsis damage induced by attacks of Gargaphia in Colombia. Oleagineux 30(5): 199-204

Pestalotiopsis funerea. CMI Descriptions of Pathogenic Fungi and Bacteria (514): 2

Pesticidal activity of organotin derivatives of sucrose. International Pest Control 19(4): 5-7

Pesticide Manual. Pesticide Manual (Ed. 5): vii + 593

Pesticide and mercury residues in commercially grown catfish. Pesticides Monitoring Journal 8(4): 235-240

Pesticide and polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) residues in molluscs from the estuary of the Arosa. Anales de Bromatologia 27(1): 63-100

Pesticide and polychlorinated biphenyl residues in some Italian cheeses. Industrie Alimentari 14(4): 112-117

Pesticide application and efficacy from the approval point of view. Proceedings, Symposium on Controlled Drop Application, Reading University, 1978 Monograph 22): 249-258

Pesticide application by ULV methods. Proceedings of the second symposium for specialists in pesticide application, 4th and 5th April, 1974. Held in collaboration with the Royal Aeronautical Society and the Pesticides Group of the Society of Chemical Industry at the Cranfield Institute of Technology, Cranfield, Bedfordshire, England. British Crop Protection Council Monograph (11): vii + 293

Pesticide application equipment. PANS 21(4): 436-449

Pesticide applications can be reduced by forecasting the occurrence of fireblight bacteria. California Agriculture 31(10): 12-14

Pesticide applicator training for use of restricted herbicides. Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1975 (Vol. 30): 49-50

Pesticide chemistry - 3. Selected specially invited lectures presented at the Third International Congress of Pesticide Chemistry including the Symposium on Dispersion Dynamics of Pollutants in the Environment, held at Helsinki, Finland, 3-9 July 1974. Pesticide chemistry 3 Selected specially invited lectures presented at the Third International Congress of Pesticide Chemistry including the Symposium on Dispersion Dynamics of Pollutants in the Environment, held at Helsinki, Finland, 3-9 July 1974: vi + 299

Pesticide chemistry in the 20th century. ACS Symposium Series (37): 310

Pesticide combined with synthetic polymer. Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University, 1975 19(2/3): 113-124

Pesticide compendium and guide lines for the use of pesticides. Pesticide compendium and guide lines for the use of pesticides (Ed. 2): 126

Pesticide conjugates-glycosides. Bound and Conjugated Pesticide Residues; ed by DD Kaufman, GG Still, GD Paulson, SK Bandal A symposium sponsored by the Division of Pesticide Chemistry, Colorado, 1975 ACS Symposium Series 29: 35-54

Pesticide container decontamination by aqueous wash procedures. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 16(5): 528-535

Pesticide containers: their contribution to poisoning. Archives of Environmental Health 30(1): 49-50

Pesticide dealer meetings in Kentucky. Proceedings of the 30th Annual Meeting of the Southern Weed Science Society: 397

Pesticide degradation in aquatic environments and the air. British Crop Protection Council Monographs (17): 69-89

Pesticide deposition on citrus orchard soil resulting from spray drift and runoff. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 18(6): 706-710

Pesticide development - sociological and etiological background. Proceedings of XV International Congress of Entomology Washington, DC, August 19-27, 1976: 712-713

Pesticide drift: aerial applications comparing conventional flooding vs. raindrop nozzles. Journal of Economic Entomology 68(3): 329-330

Pesticide drift: deposit efficiency from ground sprays on cotton. Journal of Economic Entomology 68(4): 549-550

Pesticide effects on orthopteroid distribution in southern Michigan farmlands. Great Lakes Entomologist 8(4): 197-200

Pesticide effects on the immune response and metabolic activity of chicken lymphocytes. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 154(1): 27-29

Pesticide effects on the plant cuticle. III. EPTC effects on the qualitative composition of Brassica oleracea L. leaf cuticle. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 103(3): 297-301

Pesticide effects on the plant cuticle: II. EPTC effects on leaf cuticle morphology and composition in Brassica oleracea L. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 101(5): 586-590

Pesticide fate in terrestrial laboratory ecosystems. International Journal of Environmental Studies 10(1): 15-22

Pesticide field trials on shade and shelterbelt trees in Alberta, 1975. Information Report, Northern Forest Research Centre, Canada (NOR-X-150): 29

Pesticide handbook. Pesticide handbook: 72

Pesticide handbook. A guide to the safe and efficient use of crop protection chemicals available in the Pacific islands served by the South Pacific Commission. Pesticide handbook A guide to the safe and efficient use of crop protection chemicals available in the Pacific islands served by the South Pacific Commission: iv + 73

Pesticide honeybee kill survey during citrus bloom in Tulare County. American Bee Journal 117(4): 220-221, 230, 258

Pesticide index. Pesticide index (5th edition): viii + 328

Pesticide input subsidies in African agriculture: the Nigerian experience. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 25(2): 88-103

Pesticide levels in hay and soils from nine states, 1971. Pesticides Monitoring Journal 10(3): 114-116

Pesticide levels in sera of moribund channel catfish from a continuous winter mortality. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 106(2): 185-188

Pesticide levels in the omental fat of urban gray squirrels. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 19(1): 42-46

Pesticide management and insecticide resistance. Pesticide management and insecticide resistance: xix + 638

Pesticide management as practiced in Egypt to control cotton insects in the 1976 season. Proceedings of the UC/AID University of Alexandria, ARE seminar/workshop in pesticide management March 5-10, 1977 University of Alexandria: 45-49

Pesticide management safety - from a medical point of view. Pesticide management and insecticide resistance: 157-167

Pesticide manual. Basic information on the chemicals used as active components of pesticides. Pesticide manual Basic information on the chemicals used as active components of pesticides (Ed. 5): vii + 593

Pesticide monitoring from the national and international points of view. Agriculture and Environment 2(1): 75-83

Pesticide phytotoxicity to ornamental plants. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1973 86: 439-442

Pesticide phytotoxicity: studies with seeds, germinants and seedlings of British Columbia conifers. Report, Pacific Forest Research Centre, Canada (BC-X-165): 7

Pesticide poisonings in domestic animals. Modern Veterinary Practice 58(11): 913-920

Pesticide rates. Probleme de Protectia Plantelor 2(3): 321-334

Pesticide register. Pflanzenschutzmittelverzeichnis 1976/1977: 208

Pesticide register 1977. Part 1. Field crops-meadows and pastures-hops-special crops-non-crop sites-aquatic situations. Pflanzenschutzmittel Vezeichnis 1977 Teil 1 Ackerbau Wiesen und Weiden Hopfenbau Sonderkulturen Nichtkulturland Gewasser (Ed. 25): 208

Pesticide register 1977. Part 2. Vegetable crops-fruit-ornamentals. Pflanzenschutzmittel Verzeichnis 1977 Teil 2 Gemusebau Obstbau Zierpflanzenbau (Ed. 25): 224

Pesticide register 1977. Part 3. Vineyards. Pflanzenschutzmittel Verzeichnis 1977 Teil 3 Weinbau (Ed. 25): 56

Pesticide register 1977. Part 4. Forestry. Pflanzenschutzmittel Verzeichnis 1977 Teil 4 Forst (Ed. 25): 44

Pesticide register 1977. Part 6. Approved pesticide and preservative applicators. Pflanzenschutzmittel Verzeichnis 1977 Teil 6 Anerkannte Pflanzenschutz und Vorratsschutzgerate (Ed. 25): 32

Pesticide register 1977. Part 7. Effect on bees. Pflanzenschutzmittel Verzeichnis 1977 Teil 7 Wirkung auf Bienen (Ed. 25): 40

Pesticide regulation in Finland. Kemia Kemi 1(9): 630-635

Pesticide residue analysis by mass fragmentation. Analytical Chemistry 47(14): 2450-2452

Pesticide residue analysis in foods. IV. Collaborative tests for evaluation of 2 analytical methods. Mitteilungsblatt der GDCh Fachgruppe Lebensmittelchemie und Gerichtliche Chemie 29(7): 244-248

Pesticide residue dynamics in a forest ecosystem: a compartment model. Simulation (June): 161-169

Pesticide residue studies on wheat and flour. Report, CENTO Scientific Programme: recd 1978; 77-82

Pesticide residue test utilizes new technique. Science in Agriculture 23(2): 13

Pesticide residues. Analytical Chemistry 49(5): 98R-109R

Pesticide residues XXVI. Note on the determination of thiabendazole residues in citrus fruit and bananas. Annales des Falsifications et de l' Expertise Chimique 67(723/4): 585-598

Pesticide residues in food. Report of the 1975 Joint Meeting of the FAO Working Party of Experts on Pesticide Residues and the WHO Expert Committee on Pesticide Residues. World Health Organization Technical Report Series: 1-45

Pesticide residues in agricultural and animal products. Revista del Instituto de Investigaciones Tecnologicas 18(102; 103): 9-27; 31-41

Pesticide residues in crop harvests after unintentional treatments. Nachrichtenblatt fur den Pflanzenschutzdienst in der DDR 25(7): 141-146

Pesticide residues in direct-sown onions sprayed with EBDC. Vaxtskyddsnotiser 41(5/6): 137-141

Pesticide residues in fat-containing foods with special consideration to animal and vegetable fats and oils. Fette: Seifen: Anstrichmittel 77(8): 290-296

Pesticide residues in fatty foods, especially animal and vegetable fats and oils. Fette, Seifen, Anstrichmittel 77(8): 290-296

Pesticide residues in food. Fao Food and Nutrition Series: 1-35

Pesticide residues in food crops. Mitteilungen aus der Biologischen Bundesanstalt fur Land und Forstwirtschaft, Berlin Dahlem (165): 82-94

Pesticide residues in food estimated on the basis of residues in cereals. Bulletin des Anciens Eleves de l' Ecole Francaise de Meunerie 261: 140-146

Pesticide residues in food in the West Indies. Crop protection in the Caribbean Proceedings of a symposium on the protection of horticultural crops in the Caribbean held at Department of Crop Science, The University of the West Indies, St Augustine, Trinidad April 8-11, 1974: recd 1978; 295-299

Pesticide residues in food of animal origin. Fleischwirtschaft 56(11): 1643-1646

Pesticide residues in honey. Gaceta del Colmenar 38(7): 272, 274

Pesticide residues in lettuce. Var Foda 29(7): 258-262

Pesticide residues in market specimens of apple. Zastita Bilja 28(2(140)): 177-183

Pesticide residues in meat and animal products - a review. Samaru Agricultural Newsletter 19(2): 97-102

Pesticide residues in milk and meat products and methods of their determination. Ostatki pestitsidov v molochnykh i myasnykh produktakh i metody ikh opredeleniya: 222

Pesticide residues in milk, milk products and food in general. Revista do Instituto de Laticinios Candido Tostes 30(180/181): 25-30

Pesticide residues in strawberries. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Gent 40(2): 1053-1062

Pesticide residues in strawberries Part 2. Residues of quinomethionate in strawberries of outdoor culture. Bulletin of the Agricultural Chemicals Inspection Station (15): 74-76

Pesticide residues in the drainage water from lysimeters. Phytiatrie Phytopharmacie 25(3): 223-244

Pesticide residues in tobacco and tobacco products. III. pesticide residues found in tobacco - toxicological aspects of residues in tobacco. Information on Agriculture (26): 118

Pesticide residues in tobacco and tobacco products. Volume 1 - General report. Information on Agriculture (14): [2+] 145

Pesticide residues in total diet samples (IX). Pesticides Monitoring Journal 9(4): 157-169

Pesticide residues in total diet samples (VIII). Pesticides Monitoring Journal 9(2): 94-105

Pesticide residues in urban soils from 14 United States cities, 1970. Pesticides Monitoring Journal 10(2): 54-60

Pesticide residues of potential protectants of grain. Brady, E U; Brower, J H; Hunter, P E; Jay, E G; Lum, P T M; Lund, H O; Mullen, M A; Davis, R Organisers: Proceedings of the First International Working Conference on Stored Product Entomology, Savannah, Georgia, USA, October 7-11, 1974: ; 635-638

Pesticide residues: food surveys in the United Kingdom. Pesticide Science 8(1): 110-116

Pesticide resistance as an evolutionary phenomenon. Proceedings of XV International Congress of Entomology Washington, DC, August 19-27, 1976: 759-785

Pesticide resistance in glasshouse whitefly (Trialeurodes vaporariorum West.). Pesticide Science 7(3): 320-324

Pesticide resistance in the desert locust Schistocerca gregaria (Forsk.). Progress Report, Field Research Stations United Nations Development Programme, Desert Locust Project, Technical Series (AGP/DL/TS/14): 21-27

Pesticide review 1976. Pesticide review 1976: v + 42

Pesticide safety and fail-safe precautions. British Pest Control Association: Proceedings of the Fourth British Pest Control Conference April 21st 26th, 1975, Hotel de France, St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands (Paper 3): 3

Pesticide safety problems in California. Proceedings 28th Annual California Weed Conference: 203-207

Pesticide schemes in international agriculture. Proceedings of the Eighth British Insecticide and Fungicide Conference, 17th to 20th November 1975, Hotel Metropole, Brighton, England Volumes 1, 2 and 3: ; 1053-1057

Pesticide selectivity. Pesticide selectivity: x + 197

Pesticide sorption by soil components. Khimiya v Sel' skom Khozyaistve 14(9): 48-57

Pesticide toxicity and potential for cancer: a proper perspective. Pest Control 43(12): 10-16

Pesticide usage and wildlife. Mitteilungen aus der Biologischen Bundesanstalt fur Land und Forstwirtschaft, Berlin Dahlem (178): 252-253

Pesticide usage in relation to beekeeping: supplemental references. Pesticide usage in relation to beekeeping: supplemental references: 34

Pesticide usage surveys. Proceedings of a symposium on problems of pest and disease control in northern Britain held at the University of Dundee, Scotland 23-24 March 1977: 79-80

Pesticide use and safeguards against possible hazards. Plant Protection Bulletin, India 1975; 23(4): 1-14

Pesticide use in less developed countries - economic and environmental considerations. Food Policy 3(2): 136-146

Pesticide-clay-water interactions. Pesticides in Soil and Water: 3-37

Pesticide-organic matter interactions. Pesticides in Soil and Water: 39-66

Pesticides - a period of progress. Span 21(2): 62-63

Pesticides Safety Precautions Scheme - the registration of aquatic herbicides. British Crop Protection Council Monograph (16): 26-37

Pesticides and beekeeping. Annali dell' Accademia di Agricoltura di Torino1976; 118: 16

Pesticides and bees. Annali dell' Istituto Sperimentale per la Zoologia Agraria1973; 3: 179-210

Pesticides and environmental quality in Illinois. Bulletin Illinois Natural History Survey 31(Art.9): 381-436

Pesticides and game (research results 1971-1972). Communicationes Instituti Forestales Cechosloveniae 9: 111-120

Pesticides and human welfare. Pesticides and human welfare: 278

Pesticides and overtree irrigation sprinklers. Canada Agriculture 20(3): 28-29

Pesticides and pesticide residue in tea. Two and a Bud 23(2): 35-42

Pesticides and pollinators. Annual Review of Entomology 22: 177-192

Pesticides and polychlorinated in human milk. Igaku no Ayumi 82(9): 574-575

Pesticides and present problems of conservation of the biosphere from contamination. Zakhist Roslinrecd 1977; (22): 87-97

Pesticides and the South African population. South African Medical Journal 50(44): 1801-1805

Pesticides and the environment. Groupe de Travail pour la Lutte Integree en Arboriculture: Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on Integrated Control in Orchards Bolzano, 3-7 ix 1974: Comptes rendus du 5eme symposium sur la lutte integree en vergers Bolzano, 3-7 ix 1974: 17-20

Pesticides and the environment. Heterocyclic compounds. Khimiya v Sel' skom Khozyaistve 13(11): 864-876

Pesticides and the environment: 1,3,5-triazines. Khimiya v Sel' skom Khozyaistve 13(12): 921-931

Pesticides and the environment: aromatic amines and salts of quaternary ammonium compounds. Khimiya v Sel' skom Khozyaistve 14(12): 34-39

Pesticides and the environment: aromatic monocarboxylic acid derivatives. (Critical review). Khimiya v Sel' skom Khozyaistve 14(11): 38-41

Pesticides and the environment: arsenic compounds. Khimiya v Sel' skom Khozyaistve 13(10): 791-793

Pesticides and the environment: carbamic acid esters (review). Khimiya v Sel' skom Khozyaistve 14(4): 60-71

Pesticides and the protection of the surrounding environment. Zashchita Rastenii (3): 49

Pesticides and yield. Zashchita Rastenii (11): 36-37

Pesticides as poisons for plants. Clinica Tossicologicarecd 1976; (5/6): 407-413

Pesticides for controlling sunflower moth larvae. California Agriculture 29(5): 12-13

Pesticides in a tropical environment. Medicine in a tropical environment Proceedings of the International Symposium, South Africa/1976: 33-49

Pesticides in agriculture. Submission of evidence to the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution. Pesticides in agriculture Submission of evidence to the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution: 25

Pesticides in air: air monitoring studies in South Florida. Abstracts of Papers to be Presented at 170th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society: PEST 89

Pesticides in air: sampling methods. Residue Reviews 55: 91-134

Pesticides in cereal production. Pesticide Science 9(3): 234-238

Pesticides in soil and water. Pesticides in soil and water: xix + 562

Pesticides in the environment. Volume 2. Pesticides in the environment Volume 2: xvi + 458

Pesticides in tropical agroecosystems: evaluation of present knowledge of the problem. Revista de Biologia Tropical 24(Suppl. 1): 69-77

Pesticides increase true seed production of sweet potato. HortScience 12(2): 165-167

Pesticides or disease?. New Scientist 71(1020): 690

Pesticides poisoning cases in Tanzania. De Lima, C P F : Advances in medical, veterinary and agricultural entomology in eastern Africa Proceedings of the 1st EA Conference on Entomology and Pest Control, December 6-10, 1976, Nairobi, Kenya: 154-160

Pesticides process encyclopedia. Pesticides process encyclopedia: xvi + 524

Pesticides residues research project. 2nd interim report 1974-75. Pesticides residues research project 2nd interim report 1974-75: [3 +] 18 + 6

Pesticides still a problem. Revista do Instituto de Laticinios Candido Tostes 31(184): 29-33

Pesticides used in commercial grain stores. Journal of Flour and Animal Feed Milling 157(7): 34-35, 37

Pesticides-safe usage. Zashchita Rastenii (5): 37-38

Pesticides. Synonyms and chemical names. Supplement No. 1 to Third Edition (1974). Pesticides Synonyms and chemical names Supplement No 1 to Third Edition 1974: [4+] 62

Pesticides: boon or bane?. Pesticides: boon or bane?: 111

Pests and diseases of Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers. and Panicum repens. II Simposio Nacional de Herbologia, Oeiras, 1976 (Vol. I): 31-35

Pests and diseases of Pinus monticola, P. rigida and P. banksiana in the experimental forest at Rogow, Poland. Sylwan 119(11): 29-34

Pests and diseases of agricultural crops. Vrediteli i bolezni sel' skokhozyaistvennykh kul' tur:

Pests and diseases of chillies and their control. Pesticides 10(8): 38-41

Pests and diseases of citrus fruits and treatments recommended in Sofala and Tete. Gazeta do Agricultor 26(298): 162-191

Pests and diseases of fast-growing hardwoods. 2nd FAO/IUFRO World Technical Consultation on Forest Diseases and Insects, New Delhi, India, 7-12 April 1975 (FOR: FAO/IUFRO/DI/75/16)

Pests and diseases of fast-growing softwoods. 2nd FAO/IUFRO World Technical Consultation on Forest Diseases and Insects, New Delhi, India, 7-12 April 1975 (FOR: FAO/IUFRO/DI/75/15)

Pests and diseases of fruit and vegetables in the garden. Pests and diseases of fruit and vegetables in the garden: 188

Pests and diseases of garden land crops. Indian Farming 25(11): 31, 33, 35

Pests and diseases of groundnuts in Malawi. I. Virus and foliar diseases. Oleagineux 32(11): 483-488

Pests and diseases of groundnuts in Malawi. II. Disorders of pods, kernels and seedlings. Oleagineux 33(3): 119-122

Pests and diseases of jackfruit in India and their control. Fruits 33(5): 351-357

Pests and diseases of mulberry plants. Laporan, Lembaga Penelitian Hutan (197): 67

Pests and diseases of mushrooms. I1. Die-back, a virus disease of mushrooms: investigations. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 6(12): 1031-1035

Pests and diseases of oil and coconut palms. Root-mining Lepidoptera: Sagalassa valida W. Oleagineux 32(7): 311-315

Pests and diseases of oil palm in Thailand. FAO Plant Protection Bulletin 17(5): 107-108

Pests and diseases of sugar beet under conditions of the Latvian SSR and measures for their control. Zashchita s kh kul' tur ot vreditelei, boleznei i sornyakov: 121-130

Pests and diseases of urban and amenity forests. 2nd FAO/IUFRO World Technical Consultation on Forest Diseases and Insects, New Delhi, India, 7-12 April 1975 (FOR: FAO/IUFRO/DI/75/17)

Pests and their control. Proceedings of a symposium held in London, 4 July, 1974. Symposium Proceedings, British Food Manufacturing Industries Research Association (24): 41

Pests attacking the underground parts of field crops. Stetocine podzemnih organa ratarskih kultura: 1-210

Pests damaging exotic tree species. Studijni Informace Lesnictvi (1): 72

Pests not known to occur in the United States or of limited distribution. A weevil (Baris lepidii Germar (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Cooperative Plant Pest Report 2(34): 680-685

Pests of Pine: Acantholyda hieroglyphica (Hym. Pamphiliidae). Graellsia 1974; 27: 153-160

Pests of Salvia sclarea. Zashchita Rastenii (12): 35-36

Pests of apple fruit. Zashchita Rastenii (10): 61-62

Pests of arecanut. Journal of Plantation Crops 4(2): 68-77

Pests of cabbage. Zashchita Rastenii (8): 58-59

Pests of cashew and their control in India - a review of current status. Journal of Plantation Crops 4(2): 37-50

Pests of cassava in the world. Pests of cassava in the world: 5

Pests of cherry. Zaschita Rastenii (8): 60-61

Pests of coconut in the Philippines. Philippine Journal of Coconut Studies 1(1): 15-26

Pests of crops of watermelon, passion fruit, papaya and grapevines in western Antioquia. Plagas de los cultivos de badea, curuba, maracuya, papayo y vid en el occidente Antioqueno: [1+] iv + 40

Pests of crucifers. Zashchita Rastenii (2): 55-56

Pests of cultivated plants in Finland in 1973. Annales Agriculturae Fenniae 13: 30-33

Pests of cultivated plants in Finland in 1974. Annales Agriculturae Fenniae 14: 334-337

Pests of fescue grown for seed. Zashchita Rastenii (11): 47

Pests of food crops. Zashchita Rastenii (12): 25

Pests of grape vines in Azerbaidzhan. Zashchita Rastenii 17(2): 36-40

Pests of grapevine plantations in Transylvania. Probleme de Protectia Plantelor 3(1): 57-67

Pests of hop plants and their integrated control. Probleme de Protectia Plantelorrecd 1976; 2(4): 407-420

Pests of lilac. Zashchita Rastenii (5): 38

Pests of litchi in India and their control. Fruits 32(4): 269-273

Pests of oil palm, rubber and cocoa in Indonesia. Pests of oil palm, rubber and cocoa in Indonesia: iv + 43[+4]

Pests of oil palm, rubber and cocoa in North Sumatra. Pests of oil palm, rubber and cocoa in North Sumatra: recd 1976; v + 131

Pests of oilseed crops in India and their control. Pests of oilseed crops in India and their control: 121

Pests of onion. Investigacion y Progreso Agricola 9(1): 43-46

Pests of potatoes. Queensland Agricultural Journal 101(3): 291-298

Pests of rice. Zashchita Rastenii (10): 12-13

Pests of rice crops. Zashchita Rastenii (8): 28-31

Pests of stored beans and their economic importance in Latin America. Proceedings of XV International Congress of Entomology Washington, DC, August 19-27, 1976: 691-698

Pests of sugar beet in 1974 and 1975. Sakharnaya Svekla (4): 37-39

Pests of sugar beet stecklings and control measures against them. Sakharnaya Svekla (6): 37-38

Pests of sugar-beet. Zashchita Rastenii (3): 40-42

Pests of table grapes in the Western Cape. Deciduous Fruit Grower 26(5): 169-172, 174-179, 181-183, 187-195

Pests of the fruit of Spanish plum Spondias purpurea L., in Ceara. Fitossanidade 2(2): 52-53

Pests of the genus Dioryctria (Lepidoptera, Phycitidae) that attack pines in Cuba. Baracoa 2(3/4): 2-16

Pests of the genus Rhyacionia (Lepidoptera: Olethreutidae) on shoots of pines in Cuba. Baracoa 2(2): 2-21

Pests of the seed of pines. Zashchita Rastenii (5): 37

Pests of the seeds of larch in the conditions of seed-producing areas. Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Lesnoi Zhurnal (2): 151-155

Pests of the trunks of fruit trees. Zashchita Rastenii (4): 61

Pests of vegetables and their control - 3: potato. Pesticides 10(4): 46-51

Pests of vegetables and their control: - brinjal. Pesticides 10(2): 32-35, 38

Pests of vegetables and their control: Cucurbits. Pesticides 11(3): 37-41

Pests of vegetables and their control: sweet potato. Pesticides 10(2): 36-38

Pests of vegetatively propagated tea clone Anaseuli-1 and their control. Subtropicheskie Kul' tury (1): 100-105

Pests on other crops in rotation with jute. Jute Agricultural Research Institute: India, Jute Agricultural Research Institute: Annual report 1971 and 1972: 59-61

Pests on robusta coffee. Indian Coffee 40(1): 28, 35

Pests, diseases and nematodes of major spices and condiments in Asia and the Pacific. Technical Document, Plant Protection Committee for the South East Asia and Pacific Region (108): 18

Pests, diseases and nutritional disorders of chrysanthemums. Pests, diseases and nutritional disorders of chrysanthemums: 79

Pests, resistance and fertilizers. Proceedings of the 12th Colloquium of the International Potash Institute, Izmir, Turkey, 1976: Potassium and plant health: 233-258

Petersianthus quadrialatus Merrill (Lecythidaceae). Brief, Tropical Timber Information Center (6): 2

Petiole diagnosis of the nitrogen nutrition of cotton. Comptes Rendus, 4e Colloque International sur le Controle de l' Alimentation des Plantes Cultivees Gent, September 1976, Vol II: ; 605-618

Petriellidiosis (allescheriosis): four unusual cases and review of literature. Mycopathologia 58(2): 117-124

Petriellidium boydii (Allescheria boydii) endocarditis associated with porcine valve replacement. Canadian Medical Association Journal 117(11): 1250, 1252-1250, 1252

Petriellidium boydii (Allescheria boydii) sphenoidal sinusitis. JAMA 239(22): 2368-2369

Petrol at low cost from Euphorbia tirucalli. Informatore Agrario 33(36): 27773-27774

Petroleum development and the reactivation of traditional structure in a Libyan oasis community. Economic Development and Cultural Change 26(4): 763-776

Petroleum mulch: its use in insulating the soil surface to increase water availability in dry afforestation in arid and semi-arid zones of Iran. A progress report. Technical Publication, Research Institute of Forests and Rangelands, Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Iran (12): 39

Petroleum oil on lemon during the winter against Mytilococcus beckii New. Informatore Fitopatologico 27(6/7): 73-75

Petroleum protein used as a feed. Taiwan Agriculture Quarterly 10(3): 48-51

Petrova perangustana Snellen (Lepidoptera, Tortricidae) injurious to seeds and cones of larches in Poland. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 47(1): 117-121

Petrova pitch-blister moths of North America and Europe: two new species and synopsis (Olethreutidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 713: 329-340

Pets and poisons. Journal of Small Animal Practice 16(6): 375-380

Pets and public health. Veterinary Record 98(7): 123

Pets and their foods as indicators of pollution. Bulletin de l' Academie Nationale de Medecine 161(1): 10-13

Pets in hospitals. British Medical Journal 1(6011): 698-700

Pets in today's society. American Journal of Public Health 65(10): 1095-1098

Pettadale sheep. Pettadale sheep:

Petunia ringspot virus disease - a new record for India. Current Science 46(16): 567-568

Petunias - the most important annuals for flower decoration of balconies. Deutscher Gartenbau 30(45): 1513-1516

Petzholdt thin film spray technology. CCB Review for Chocolate, Confectionery and Bakery 3(1): 18, 20-22

Pevaryl in dermatology (concerning 30 cases). Lille Medical 22(4 suppl. 1): 272-274

Pevely Dairy expands to meet future needs. American Dairy Review 38(7): 10, 12, 16

Peziza natrophila sp.nov. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 67(3): 540-543

Pezizella ericae is homothallic. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 66(1): 173

Pezizella oenotherae (conidial state: Hainesia lythri). CMI Descriptions of Pathogenic Fungi and Bacteria (535): 2

Pfr phytochrome and sucrose requirement for rhythmic leaflet movement in Albizzia. Photochemistry and Photobiology 23: 107-112

Phaenoglyphis ruficornis (Forster, 1869) (Hym., Cyn.:Alloxystinae) - a rediscovered species. Entomologische Nachrichten 18(9): 133-136

Phaeohyphomycosis: definition and etiology. Mycoses Proceedings of the Third International Conference on the Mycoses Sao Paulo, Brazil, 27-29 August 1974: 126-133

Phaeosporotrichosis. Medecine Tropicale 36(5): 475-476

Phage infection of starter in Camembert cheesemaking. XX International Dairy Congress, Vol E: 555

Phage resistant mutants: their selection and use in cheese factories. New Zealand Journal of Dairy Science and Technology 11(4): 251-256

Phage types of Salmonella enteritidis strains isolated in Bulgaria. Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki 12(7): 55-60

Phage types of Staphylococcus aureus isolated from mastitic bovine milk in Japan. Bulletin of the National Institute of Animal Health (71): 21-26

Phage typing in Pseudomonas lachrymans. Analele Institutului de Cercetari pentru Protectia Plantelor 1975; 11: 63-66

Phage typing of Staphylococcus aureus isolated from staphylococcal mastitis in dairy cows. Veterinarni Medicina 20(8): 471-476

Phage typing of coagulase-negative staphylococci. Zentralblatt für Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene. Erste Abteilung Originale. Reihe A: Medizinische Mikrobiologie und Parasitologie 241(1): 68-71

Phage typing pathogenic staphylococci isolated from milk and environment of camel breeding farms. Problemy Veterinarnoi Sanitarii 55: 32-35

Phage-typing and tetracycline resistance in Salmonella panama strains of animal origin in the Federal Republic of Germany (1969-1975). Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, Erste Abteilung, Originale 238A(3): 370-378

Phage-typing of strains of Staphylococcus aureus coming from staphylococcal mastitis of dairy cows. Veterinarni Medicina 20(8): 471-476

Phagocytes and histolysis of the larval epidermal cells of Calliphora erythrocephala at the time of metamorphosis. Bulletin de la Societe Zoologique de France 101(Supplement 5): 15-17

Phagocytic activity in cattle poisoned with pesticides. Veterinariya, Moscow (7): 91-92

Phagocytic activity of leukocytes from fetal and newborn calves. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov, Moskovskaya Veterinarnaya Akademiya 85: 100-103

Phagocytic activity of leukocytes from uterine secretion of cows during normal puerperal period. Bulletin of the Veterinary Institute in Pulawy 21(1/2): 51-54

Phagocytic activity of the leukocytes in healthy and leukotic cows. Sbornik Rabot Leningradskii Veterinarnyi Institut (40): 182-186

Phagocytic and fungicidal activity with respect to Candida albicans of human neutrophilic polymorphs in the presence of serum without C3 and C4. Annales de Microbiologie, A 126(1): 75-81

Phagocytic behaviour towards baker's yeast distinguishes pathogenic from non-pathogenic Naegleria. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 72(2): 207-209

Phagocytosis and Candida. Revue Francaise d' Allergologie et d' Immunologie Clinique 16(5): 265-269

Phagocytosis and killing of bacteria and yeast by human milk cells after opsonisation in aqueous phase of milk. British Medical Journal 1(6125): 1443-1445

Phagocytosis and leukocyte enzymes in ascorbic acid deficient guinea pigs. Journal of Nutrition 107(8): 1513-1516

Phagocytosis by the endocardial lining cells of the atrium of plaice (Pleuronectes platessa). Journal of Comparative Pathology 85(4): 561-569

Phagocytosis in Entamoeba histolytica. Journal of Protozoology 23(2): 12A

Phagocytosis of Coxiella burneti by macrophages. Acta Virologica 19(5): 426-431

Phagocytosis of Trypanosoma (Nannomonas) congolense by circulating macrophages in the African buffalo (Syncerus caffer). Research in Veterinary Science 19(1): 108-110

Phagocytosis of yeasts (Candida, Histoplasma) studied in vivo by the 'skin window' technique. Bulletin de la Societe Francaise de Mycologie Medicale 6(1): 33-38

Phagostimulants for the larva of the potato tuber moth, Gnorimoschema operculella Zell. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Entomologie 77(1): 77-106

Phagostimulants from Acokanthera spectabilis Hook. tested on Spodoptera littoralis Boisd. (Lepid., Noctuidae). Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Entomologie 82(4): 441-444

Phalaenopsis - cultivation and temperature treatments. Deutscher Gartenbau 29(41): 1609-1612

Phalaenopsis culture. Pepinieristes Horticulteurs Maraichers (177): 15-19

Phalaenopsis wilsonii Rolfe rediscovered?. Orchid Review 83(984): 185-186

Phalaris staggers in California. California Agriculture 30(6): 8-10

Phalaris and tall fescue forage production as affected by nematodes in the field. Agronomy Journal, USA 67(5): 714-717

Phalaris peruviana H. Scholz et P. Gutte, spec. nov. (Gramineae). Willdenowia 8(2): 379-381

Phalaris sp.; recognition of species in Andalusia. Weeds and herbicides in the Mediterranean Basin: Proceedings of the Mediterranean Herbicide Symposium, Madrid, 1978 (Vol. I): 68-75

Phalaris tuberosa L. cultivar Sirosa. Reg. No. A-3a-4. Plant Introduction Review 10(1): 9-10

Phalaris windbreaks for shorn and fleeced lambing ewes. Proceedings of the Australian Society of Animal Production 11: 161-164

Phalloidin antagonists. 3. The effect of antamanide derivatives in isolated perfused rat livers. Arzneimittel Forschung 25(9): 1423-1426

Phalloidin poisoning of isolated hepatocytes: inhibition of protein synthesis. Experientia 33(5): 603-604

Phalloidin poisoning. Clinical and therapeutic aspects (analysis of 18 observations). Bordeaux Medical 9(1): 29-38

Phanaeus difformis LeConte (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae): clarification of published descriptions, notes on biology, and distribution in Texas. Coleopterists Bulletin 30(2): 199-205

Pharaoh's ant and its control with a special bait. Praktische Schadlingsbekampfer 27(9): 125-128

Pharaoh's ants in a premature-birth unit. Angewandte Parasitologie 19(1): 28-31

Pharmaceutical and biological studies of the genus Harpagophytum. 2. Tissue cultures of Harpagophytum procumbens. Planta Medica 31(3): 238-244

Pharmaceutical applications of solid dispersion systems: X-ray diffraction and aqueous solubility studies on griseofulvin-polyethylene glycol 6000 systems. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 66(7): 989-991

Pharmaceutical studies on 'Vidhara'. II. Ipomoea pescaprae Sw. Journal of Research in Indian Medicine 10(1): 60-74

Pharmaceutical-biological studies of the genus Harpagophytum. 3rd Report: Distribution of the iridoid glycoside harpagoside in the different organs of Harpagophytum procumbens and H. zeyheri. Planta Medica 31(4): 305-307

Pharmacobotanical investigations of some species of the Scrophulariaceae family. Part V. Chemical constituents of Lathraea squamaria. Polish Journal of Pharmacol Pharm 28(1): 105-109

Pharmacobotanical study and evaluation of some individuals from stands of Papaver bracteatum Lindl. differing in origin and age. Planta Medica 32A(1): 60-61

Pharmacochemical investigation of the raw materials from the genus Passiflora. 3. Phytochemical research on the raw materials of Passiflora edulis f. flavicarpa. Planta Medica 27(3): 222-225

Pharmacodynamic aspects and changes in blood values seen following administration of antibiotics and sulphonamides to animals (sheep, rabbit, rat). Lucrarile Institutului de Cercetari Veterinare si Biopreparate "Pasteur"1974 1976; 11/12: 281-290

Pharmacodynamics of kanamycin in the body of chicks. Veterinariya, Moscow (2): 96-98

Pharmacodynamics of sulfaphenazole in large ruminants (cattle). Lucrari Stiintifice Institutul Agronomic "N Balcescu" 16: 25-28

Pharmacognostic studies on 'Sharpunkha' Tephrosia purpurea (Linn.) Pers. Journal of Research in Indian Medicine 10(1): 39-58

Pharmacognostic studies on Adenophora latifolia and A. tetraphylla. Vopr Farmatsii na Dal' n Vost (2): 59-63

Pharmacognostic studies on the Bulgarian species Senecio nemorensis. III Communication. Farmatsiya 25(3): 39-41

Pharmacognostic studies on the aerial parts of Lepidium perfoliatum. Farmatsevticheski Zhurnal (1): 73-76, 97

Pharmacognostic studies on the stem barks of four species of Cinnamomum. Bulletin of the Botanical Survey of India 1973; 13(1/2): 94-104

Pharmacognostic study of some market varieties of tobacco leaves. Bulletin of the Botanical Society of Bengal 28(1/2): 91-94

Pharmacognostic study of the fruits of Barringtonia acutangula Gaertn. Herba Hungarica 15(3): 7-15

Pharmacognostic study of two market varieties of tobacco leaves. Bulletin of the Botanical Society of Bengal 28(1/2): 95-99

Pharmacognostical and pharmacological investigations on Filipendula palmata. Vopr Farmatsii na Dal' n Vost (2): 182-183

Pharmacognostical studies on 'Vidhara'. III. Argyreia speciosa Sw. Journal of Research in Indian Medicine 10(2): 23-31

Pharmacognostical studies on Desmodium floribundum G.Don. Journal of Research in Indian Medicine 10(2): 32-43

Pharmacognostical studies on the root of Apama siliquosa Lamk. (Aristolochiaceae). Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Science, B 85(6): 412-419

Pharmacognostical studies on the root of Aristolochia tagala Cham. (Aristolochiaceae). Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences, B 84(3): 90-94

Pharmacokinetic concepts for systemic and intramammary antibiotic treatment in lactating and dry cows. Annual Bulletin, International Dairy Federation (85): 314-340

Pharmacokinetic investigations on diminazene and rolitetracycline in comparison to a combination of both. Veterinary Record 99(19): 372-374

Pharmacokinetic properties of spiramycin in milking ewes and cows. Cahiers de Medicine Veterinaire 43(6): 371-390

Pharmacokinetic study of antipyrine in malnourished children. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 30(12): 1979-1982

Pharmacokinetics and dosage of aspirin in cattle. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 167(10): 945-948

Pharmacokinetics of ampicillin in chicks. Veterinariya, Moscow, USSR (1): 94-98

Pharmacokinetics of antimastitis products. Animal health products: 32-66

Pharmacokinetics of mirex in goats. 1. Effect on reproduction and lactation. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 25(6): 1321-1325

Pharmacokinetics of polychlorinated biphenyl components in swine and sheep after a single oral dose. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 64(8): 1294-1299

Pharmacokinetics of sulfamonomethoxine in cattle and swine. Preliminary note. Atti della Societa Italiana delle Scienze Veterinarie 28: 413-416

Pharmacokinetics of sulphadimethoxine in cattle. Research in Veterinary Science 23(1): 24-28

Pharmacokinetics of tylosin in normal rams and in rams with infectious epididymitis. Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki 14(7): 88-94

Pharmacokinetics of various sulfonamide-trimethoprim combinations in newborn calves. Acta Veterinaria Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 26(1): 73-93

Pharmacological activity of Paravespula germanica wasp venom. Acta Pharmacologica et Toxicologica 33(2): 157-160

Pharmacological and chemical synonyms. A collection of names of drugs, pesticides and other compounds drawn from the medical literature of the world. Pharmacological and chemical synonyms A collection of names of drugs, pesticides and other compounds drawn from the medical literature of the world (Ed. 6): 472

Pharmacological and clinical properties of xylazine (in cow and rat). Acta Medica Veterinaria 22(1/2): 63-71

Pharmacological and therapeutic effects of niacin foreign to its vitamin activity. Acta Vitaminologica et Enzymologica 31(1/5): 57-84

Pharmacological approaches to treating the obese patient. Clinics in Endocrinology and Metabolism 5(2): 455-479

Pharmacological concepts of drug interaction. Veterinary Toxicology 17(3): 84-88

Pharmacological effects of foods and their consequences. Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 85(5): 174-178

Pharmacological evaluation of the total alcoholic extract and different extractives of Hedychium spicatum (Banhalthi). Journal of Research in Indian Medicine 10(2): 17-22

Pharmacological experiments as a basis for the administration of digoxin in the horse. Research in Veterinary Science 20(1): 84-89

Pharmacological investigations of the raw materials from the genus Passiflora. 4. The comparison of the alkaloid contents in some harman raw materials. Planta Medica 27(4): 381-384

Pharmacological investigations on fruits of Withania coagulans, Dunal. Planta Medica 32(2): 154-157

Pharmacological properties of certain coumarins from Ferula spp. Rastitel' nye Resursy 12(2): 259-262

Pharmacological screening of Indian medicinal plants. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 16(2): 228-240

Pharmacological studies of scorpion (Androctonus amoreuxi Aud. & Sav.) venom. Toxicon 13(4): 253-259

Pharmacological studies on an iron-poly(sorbitol-gluconic acid) complex for parenteral treatment of iron deficiency anaemia. Scandinavian Journal of Haematology (Suppl. 32): 38-49

Pharmacological studies on the inhibition of stomach motility during experimental fever. Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 83(5): 188-192

Pharmacological study of some medicinal plants of Nepal. Acute toxicity, behavioural study and effect on the central nervous system. Plantes Medicinales et Phytotherapie 10(2): 128-138

Pharmacologically active substances in venoms of the bald-faced hornet, Vespula (Dolichovespula) maculata, and the yellow jacket, Vespula (Vespula) maculifrons. Toxicon 14(1): 27-33

Pharmacology and toxicology. A textbook for veterinary students. Pharmakologie und Toxikologie Ein Lehrbuch fur Studenten der Veterinarmedizin (2nd edition): xvi + 342

Pharmacology of azidin (diminazene aceturate). Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Akademii Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk (12): 24-26

Pharmacology of azidine. Soviet Agriculture Sciences (12): 31-33

Pharmacology of carbaryl in the neuroendocrine system. The use of isotopes in pesticides and pest control Proceedings of a symposium held in Beirut Lebanon, March 1974: 63-72

Pharmacology of metronidazole and nitroimidazoles; other derivatives. Sepulveda, B; Diamond, LS Editors Proceedings of the International Conference on amebiasis, organized by the Centro de Estudios sobre Amibiasis, Mexico City, 27-29 October, 1975: Botero, D : Symposium on therapeutics of amebiasis: 866-874

Pharmacology of the cestocidal anthelmintic oksid (or oxid; a substituted diphenylsulphide). Veterinariya, Moscow, USSR (1): 113-114

Pharmakokinetic analysis of a new sulphonamide-trimethoprim combination in sucking pigs. Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 83(5): 218-221

Pharyngeal lipase and digestion of dietary triglyceride in man. Journal of Clinical Investigation 55(5): 908-913

Phase 1 tolerability and searching dose studies with 4-isothiocyanato-4'-nitrodiphenylamine (C.9333-Go/CGP 4540), a new anthelmintic. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 4(4): 463-467

Phase and caste determination in insects. Endocrine aspects. Papers presented at a symposium of the Section Physiology and Biochemistry of the XV International Congress of Entomology, Washington D.C., 1976 (Chairman: Dorothy Feir). Phase and caste determination in insects Endocrine aspects Papers presented at a symposium of the Section Physiology and Biochemistry of the XV International Congress of Entomology, Washington DC, 1976 Chairman: Dorothy Feir: viii + 130

Phase change in Hedera helix: Induction of the mature to juvenile phase change by gibberellin A3. Physiologia Plantarum 34(2): 141-147

Phase change in Hedera helix: Stabilization of the mature form with abscisic acid and growth retardants. Physiologia Plantarum 34(2): 148-152

Phase changes in butterfat during secondary structure formation of butter during storage. XX International Dairy Congress, Vol E: 868-869

Phase equilibrium of water/protein/polysaccharide systems. I. Water/casein/acid polysaccharide. Starke 27(12): 424-431

Phase feeding of pullets and laying hens kept in cages. Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Ordena Lenina Akademii Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk (2): 28-30

Phase-dependent changes of DNA, RNA and protein accumulation during the ontogenesis of broad bean seeds (Vicia faba L., var. minor). Biochemie und Physiologie der Pflanzen BPP 169(6): 595-605

Phased planting trials with potato. Novenytermeles 24(1): 87-9

Phaseollidin, a phytoalexin of Psophocarpus tetragonolobus. Phytochemistry 17(1): 165

Phaseolus. Colombia, Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical: Annual report, CIAT, 1976: ; xix + 76+75+16+6+35+53

Phaseolus aconitifolius Jacq., a new host of Alcides collaris Pascoe (Curculionidae: Coleoptera). Current Research 6(4): 68

Phaseolus aconitifolius X Phaseolus trilobus. Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 36(1): 125-131

Phaseolus aureus X P. lathyroides cross. Nucleus, India 18(1/2): 81-85

Phaseolus bean cultivation. Lavoura 78(1): 32-34

Phaseolus beans: screening test with soil-acting herbicides. Himme, M van; Stryckers, J : Review of the results obtained for the cropping year 1973-74 by the Centrum voor Onkruidonderzoek: 82-85

Phaseolus vulgaris L. Estacion Experimental Agraria ' El Porvenir' : Peru, Estacion Experimental Araria ' El Porvenir' : Research results 1966-1972 Vol1: Resultados de investigacion 1966-1972 Vol1: 62-66

Phases of development and seasonal increment of trees in Oak forest. Nauch tr Ukr s kh akad (131): 68-73

Phasic development in triticale. 3rd International Congress of the Society for the Advancement of Breeding Researches in Asia and Oceania SABRAO Plant Breeding Papers: 1-3 Genotype environment interactions and physiology a Physiology and yield improvement: 46-47

Pheasant virus: New class of ribodeoxyvirus. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 73(4): 1333-1337

Phellinus (Poria) weirii root rot. Detection and management proposals in Douglas-Fir stands. Forestry Technical Report, Canadian Forestry Service (12): 16

Phellinus (Poria) weirii root rot in Douglas Fir-Alder stands 10-17 years old. USDA Forest Service Research Note, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (PNW-250): 5

Phellinus fragrans sp. nov. (Aphyllophorales, Hymenochaetaceae) associated with a white rot of maple. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 28(1): 131-140

Phenasal against Bothriocephalus gowkongensis infection in carp. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Nauchno Issledovatel' skogo Instituta Prudovogo Rybnogo Khozyaistva Voprosy prudovogo rybovodstva 18: 146-148

Phenasal and dichlorophen against cestode infections in dogs. Gel' minty pishchevykh produktov Tezisy dokladov mezhres ikanskoi nauchnoi konferentsii, 22-25 Dekabrya 1972 goda: 136-137

Phenasal for group worming. Veterinariya, Moscow (5): 21-22

Phenazopyridine toxicosis in the cat. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 169(3): 327-331

Phenethylamine and related compounds in plants. Phytochemistry 16(1): 9-18

Phenethylamines from Echinocereus cinerascens and Pilosocereus chrysacanthus. Phytochemistry 16(5): 622-623

Phenetic groupings in bees of the tribe Bombini based on the enzyme alpha -glycerophosphate dehydrogenase. Biochemical Systematics 1(1): 69-76

Phenetic similarity among dwarf rice cultivars, grown in two environments, as estimated by numerical taxonomic methods. Annals of Botany 40(168): 845-849

Phenformin compared with fenfluramine in the treatment of obese diabetic patients. Practitioner 216(1295): 577-580

Phenmedipham in the establishment of strawberries as solid beds. Scientia Horticulturae 6(4): 281-286

Pheno-climatography of spring peach bud development. HortScience 10(3): 236-237

Phenogenetic analysis of pigmentation in mutants of American mink (Mustela vison Schr.). 1. The effect of the Steelblu and Silverblu mutations, singly and combined, on pigment distribution in the hair. Genetika, USSR 12(2): 97-103

Phenogenetic analysis of pigmentation in mutants of American mink (Mustela vison Schr.). 2. Effect of the Aleutian mutation and the interaction of Aleutian and Silverblu genes in the genotype of Sapphire mink, and the effect of the Stewart factor on hair pigmentation. Genetika, USSR 12(2): 104-109

Phenol accumulation in resistant and susceptible tomato plants infected by Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lycopersici, race 1 or race 2. Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society 1: 134-135

Phenol carboxylic acids and beta -sitosterol from tea plants. Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii (6): 798-799

Phenol carboxylic acids of grapevine roots. Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii (4): 508-509

Phenol compounds and the phenomenon of cytoplasmic male sterility in maize. Fenol' n soedineniya i ikh fiziol svoistva: 85-89

Phenol compounds in diploid and tetraploid sugar beet. Biol aktivn veshchestva v zhizni rast i zhivotnykh: 81-84

Phenol compounds in leaves of potatoes and changes in their contents as affected by nematode infection. Vestsi Akademii Navuk BSSR, Biyalagichnykh Navuk (6): 49-52

Phenol content of processed cheeses in relation to extent of smoking. Khranitelna Promishlenost 24(1): 8-10

Phenol levels in leaves of tomato cultivars infected with Pratylenchus penetrans. Journal of Nematology 8(4): 285

Phenol oxidase activity in relation to resistance of rice to infection by Helminthosporium oryzae. Science and Culture 41(9): 433-435

Phenol oxidation in soft cuticle and blood of crayfish compared with that in other arthropods and activation of the phenol oxidases by fungal and other cell walls. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 27(3): 287-295

Phenol reaction of Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis) seeds. Seed Science and Technology 3(3/4): 619-623

Phenol red as an indicator of the flow rate of digesta along the small intestine of pig. Acta Physiologica Polonica 26(6): 625-628

Phenol red clearance, a simple kidney function test for the dog. Svensk Veterinartidning 29(11): 467-470

Phenol-ether components of diuretic effect in parsley, I. Acta Agronomica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 26(1/2): 7-13

Phenolamines associated with floral induction and the reproductive state of Nicotiana tabacum var. Xanthi n.c. Physiologie Vegetale 15(3): 429-443

Phenolase activity in the grains of tall and dwarf wheats. 3rd International Congress of the Society for the Advancement of Breeding Researches in Asia and Oceania SABRAO Plant Breeding Papers: 2-5 Improvement of cereals b Wheat baking quality: 6-11

Phenolase of spinach roots. Phytochemistry 15(12): 1845-1847

Phenolic acids and iridoid glucosides in some indigenous medicinal species of Plantago. Herba Polonica 23(3): 201-210

Phenolic acids in groundnut seed exudates. Plant and Soil 46: 655-658

Phenolic acids of viable and non-viable seeds of groundnut (Arachis hypogaea, L.). Current Science 46(7): 236

Phenolic and sugar constituents of gram cultivars resistant and susceptible to Operculella padwickii. Indian Phytopathology 1977; 29(2): 131-132

Phenolic components and degradability of cell walls of grass and legume species. Phytochemistry 16(10): 1531-1534

Phenolic components in cultivated varieties of Pyrus communis L. 1. Qualitative study. Anales de Bromatologia 26(1): 59-80

Phenolic components in cultivated varieties of Pyrus communis L. 2. Quantitative estimations. Anales de Bromatologia 26(2): 177-188

Phenolic compounds and polyphenol oxidase activity in relation to resistance in potatoes against bacterial soft rot. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 13(4): 414-416

Phenolic compounds from grapevine leaves. Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii (4): 537-538

Phenolic compounds from the heartwood of Garcinia mangostana. Phytochemistry 14(11): 2517-2518

Phenolic compounds in a hypersensitive defense mechanism in plants infected with tobacco mosaic virus. Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society 2: 108

Phenolic compounds in different organs of hops. Fiziologiya i Biokhimiya Kul' turnykh Rastenii 9(3): 316-321

Phenolic compounds in extracts from Calluna vulgaris. Anales de Edafologia y Agrobiologia 34(9-10): 765-774

Phenolic compounds in the annual woody canes of three raspberry cultivars, both healthy and infected by Didymella applanata. Prace Komisji Nauk Rolniczych i Komisji Nauk Lesnych PTPN 39: 157-164

Phenolic compounds in the fruits of apples of different origin and their inheritance following hybridization. Biol aktiv veshchestva plodov i yagod: 43-47

Phenolic compounds in the shoots of 2 raspberry cultivars affected and unaffected by Didymella applanata. Roczniki Akademii Rolniczej w Poznaniu, Ogrodnictwo 85(6): 31-41

Phenolic compounds in tomato susceptible and resistant to Meloidogyne incognita (Kofoid et White) Chitwood. Nematologia Mediterranea 5(2): 329-333

Phenolic compounds of some fruit wines. 1. Phenylocarboxylic acids, catechins and flavones. Acta Alimentaria Polonica 2(1/2): 23-32

Phenolic compounds of the aerial part of valerian. I. Phenolcarboxylic acids and flavonoids. Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii (1): 106-107

Phenolic constituents from wood of Katsura Cercidiphyllum japonicum S. et Z. Research Bulletins, College Experiment Forests, Hokkaido University 33(1): 201-222

Phenolic constituents of Norway spruce resistant or susceptible to the eastern spruce gall aphid. Forest Science 21(2): 180-184

Phenolic content during healing of 'Valencia' orange peel under high humidity. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 100(3): 249-251

Phenolic degradation of humic acid: model compound studies. Soil Science 119(2): 132-135

Phenolic glycosides of the roots of Salix pentandroides. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 1974; 9(1): 127

Phenolic hydrolysis products from gel chromatographic fractions of soil humic acids. Journal of Soil Science 29(1): 76-83

Phenolic metabolic products of Ceratocystis ulmi. Chemistry and Industry (8): 344-345

Phenolics associated with Rhizoctonia solani in culture and in groundnut during pathogenesis. Phytopathologische Zeitschrift 83(2): 103-108

Phenolics from Larix needles. XIII. Analysis of main Larix flavonoids by high-pressure liquid chromatography. Planta Medica 31(3): 297-301

Phenolics in black oak bark and leaves. Journal of Chemical Ecology 3(5): 489-496

Phenolics in relation to sugarcane resistance against red rot disease. Sugarcane Pathologists' Newsletter (15/16): 37-41

Phenological adaptations in diapause termination by cecropia from different latitudes. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 23(1): 48-54

Phenological analysis of sour cherry cultivars. Archiv fur Gartenbau 23(3): 131-141

Phenological and behavioral coadaptations of flowers and their native social insect pollinators. Proceedings of the VIIIth International Congress of IUSSI: 158-159

Phenological and morphological observations on Pelargonium hortorum inflorescences. Kerteszeti Egyetem Kozlemenyei 1976; 39(7): 283-296

Phenological changes and seasonal rhythm of development in some perennial herbage species. Rasteniev"dni Nauki 12(6): 117-125

Phenological characteristics of Quercus robur. Tr Khar' kov s kh in t 200: 72-77

Phenological data for the principal forest species that grow at Curua-Una Experimental Station, Para. SUDAM Documenta1974; 5(1/4): 53-61

Phenological dates of flowering and fruit ripening of the most important fruit trees cultivated in San Rafael, Mendoza. Part II. Idia (297): 5-83

Phenological development of Panicum weed species in relation to herbicide mobility in soil. Novenytermeles 27(1): 49-56

Phenological development stages of the grape vine. Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 29(8): 119-120

Phenological development studies with Lupinus angustifolius and L. albus in Victoria. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture and Animal Husbandry 17(87): 637-644

Phenological differences in some herbaceous species in alpine and mountain pasture at two sites on Mount Bucegi. Studii si Cercetari de Biologie 27(1): 29-34

Phenological investigations in applied entomology as illustrated by spring appearance of the most important plant pests in the Rzeszow region in the years 1960, 1962-1969. Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych, E 3(1): 7-32

Phenological investigations of apricot cultivars. Mitteilungen Rebe und Wein, Obstbau und Fruchteverwertung 26(2/3): 205-211

Phenological investigations on injurious species of Lepidoptera by the light-trap method. Folia Entomologica Hungarica 27: 109-112

Phenological measurements of plants in bioclimatic studies. Progress in Biometeorology, C 1: 154-165

Phenological observations and bioclimatic measurements at several Valais viticultural sites at different altitudes in order to demarcate the viticultural area. Bulletin de l' OIV 50(559): 601-616

Phenological observations and bioclimatic measurements in several Czech viticultural sites at different altitudes in view of the demarcation of the viticultural area. Bulletin de l' OIV 51(564): 77-86

Phenological observations on Maple. Kand tasarruf elmi habarlari, Vestn s kh nauki (2): 47-49

Phenological observations on narcissus cultivars. Kerteszeti Egyetem Kozlemenyei 40(8)(1): 351-363

Phenological observations on the lower montane rain forest of the region of San Pedro de Montes de Oca, Costa Rica. Turrialba 26(1): 54-59

Phenological patterns in the trees of the streamside forest. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 102(4): 187-193

Phenological phases in new pear varieties. Azarb elmi tadgigat bagcyl, uzumcul va subtrop bitkilar inst asarlar temat macmuasi 9: 15-23

Phenological relationship between flies and mushrooms. I. Folia Entomologica Hungarica 29(1): 23-38

Phenological studies and modeling in grasslands. Phenology and seasonality modeling: 227-236

Phenological studies in tundra. Phenology and seasonality modeling: 209-214

Phenological studies on some green-pea varieties. Kertgazdasag 8(1): 49-59

Phenology. Weather 30(2): 58-60

Phenology and dynamics of growth in poplars in the Engels forest nursery. Sb nauch rabot Saratov s kh in t (79): 59-67

Phenology and growth rhythm of Pinus eldarica in central Azerbaijan. Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada (100): 78-82

Phenology and host spectrum of some species of Arrenurus (Hydrachnellae, Acari) ectoparasitic on Zygoptera (Odonata) and Nematocera (Diptera). Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Entomologie 82(4): 349-355

Phenology and leaf growth of defoliated hardwood trees. Perspectives in forest entomology: 31-40

Phenology and morphological and physiological periods in the developmental cycle of the shoots in Larix Mill. Lesovodstvo, les kul' tury i pochvovedenie, 6: 112-118

Phenology and remote sensing. Phenology and seasonality modeling: 55-75

Phenology and seasonality modeling. Phenology and seasonality modeling: 444

Phenology and seed storage trials of dipterocarps. Research Pamphlet, Forest Research Institute, Peninsular Malaysia (69): 75

Phenology and temperature sums in strawberries. Gartenbauwissenschaft 40(5): 203-207

Phenology in agriculture. Phenology and seasonality modeling: 369-381

Phenology of Anopheles maculipennis messeae in the Moscow region in 1975, a year with an unusually early spring. Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni 46(5): 629-631

Phenology of Digitaria sanguinalis and Setaria verticillata. II Simposio Nacional de Herbologia, Oeiras, 1976 (Vol. I): 19-30

Phenology of Dipterocarps in Sabah. Malaysian Forester 38(3): 160-170

Phenology of bud burst in Douglas Fir related to provenance, photoperiod, chilling and flushing temperature. Botanical Gazette 136(3): 290-298

Phenology of growth and flowering of woody plants of the Mediterranean floristic region on the Black Sea coast. Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada (96): 3-8 + smry.

Phenology of oaks useful for forest formation. Okhrana sredy i ratsional' n ispol' z rastitel' n resursov: 17-18

Phenology of shoot growth among diverse populations of yellow birch (Betula alleghaniensis) and sweet birch (B. lenta). Canadian Journal of Botany 54(18): 2122-2129

Phenology of the Florida wax scale, Ceroplastes floridensis Comstock (Homoptera: Coccidae), on citrus in Israel. Phytoparasitica 4(1): 3-7

Phenology of the Pomoideae. Frutos : 73; 25-44

Phenology of the aerial portions of shadscale and winterfat in Curlew Valley, Utah. Journal of Range Management 31(1): 43-45

Phenology of the growth of Norway spruce (Picea abies Karst.). Vedecke Prace Vyskumneho Ustavu Lesneho Hospodarstva vo Zvolene (20): 81-142

Phenology of the meadow moth. Zashchita Rastenii (4): 40-41

Phenology of white fir and Douglas-fir tussock moth egg hatch and larval development in California. Environmental Entomology 5(2): 316-322

Phenology of wood ants. Gorsko Stopanstvo 34(1): 48-51

Phenolphthalein-acetone solution. A versatile insect marking technique. Entomology News 1975; 85(9/10): 284

Phenols and indole derivatives as selection indices for growth in Prunus trees. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenphysiologie 78(5): 387-395

Phenols as inducers of certain oxidases in Basidiomycetes. II. Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis of soluble proteins and laccase from the mycelium of Coriolus versicolor. Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie Sklodowska, C 30: 43-50

Phenols in the needles of Picea abies. Phyton, Austria 17: 87-99

Phenols, ozone, and their involvement in pigmentation and physiology of plant injury. Air pollution effects on plant growth American Chemical Society symposium series No 3 [Dugger, M Editor]: 94-105

Phenomenological characteristic of xanthophyll conversions in isolated chloroplasts of peas. Fiziologiya i Biokhimiya Kul' turnykh Rastenii 8(5): 503-507

Phenometric studies of Italian ryegrass and sugar beet on a clay chernozem soil in the Thuringian basin. Archiv fur Acker und Pflanzenbau und Bodenkunde 20(10): 695-703

Phenomorphic evidence for the probable parents of amphiploid cottons. Journal of the West African Science Association 18(1): 35-36

Phenotype analysis of Abies nordmanniana populations in the Caucasus reserve. Lesovedenie (6): 70-78

Phenotype and fertility in progenies of the hybrid, Arachis duranensis X A. villosa. Oleagineux 31(4): 173-175

Phenotype development in Locusta migratoria (L.) kept in isolation for several generations. Influence of the measuring method. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Seances de l' Academie des Sciences, D 280(10): 1293-1296

Phenotype distribution of serum esterase isozymes in some native breeds of fowl maintained in the northern parts of the Tohoku district of Japan. Japanese Poultry Science 13(4): 136-140

Phenotype forms in Gleditsia triacanthos as regards crown form and bark fissuring. Gorsko Stopanstvo 33(7): 8-13

Phenotype of mammalian spermatozoa in relation to genetic content. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 15(3): 249-251

Phenotype structure of the populations of Picea abies and P. obovata. Lesovedenie (5): 22-29

Phenotype, fiber composition, and in vitro dry matter disappearance of chemically induced brown midrib (bmr) mutants of sorghum. Crop Science 18(2): 205-208

Phenotypes of resistance to 5-fluorocytosine in Cryptococcus neoformans. Bulletin de la Societe Francaise de Mycologie Medicale 5(1): 17-20

Phenotypes of resistance to 5-fluoropyrimidines among Torulopsis. Bulletin de la Societe Francaise de Mycologie Medicale 5(2): 91-94

Phenotypic analysis of populations of Abies nordmanniana in the Caucasian forestry reserve. Lesovedenie (6): 70-78

Phenotypic analysis of progenies of artificial and natural amphiploid cultivars of New Guinea and Indonesian species of Impatiens L. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 100(4): 381-383

Phenotypic and genetic analysis of mutants of pea (Pisum sativum L.) with altered stem structure. I. Cytogenetic, morphological and anatomical analysis. Genetika, USSR 11(6): 21-29

Phenotypic and genetic analysis of mutants of pea (Pisum sativum L.) with altered stem structure. II. Some features of development. Genetika, USSR 11(6): 30-36

Phenotypic and genetic characteristics of Pleven Blackhead sheep. II. Phenotypic correlations among principal production characters. Genetika i Selektsiya 8(3): 215-223

Phenotypic and genetic characteristics of fattening performance and carcass traits of Swedish Landraces. Arhiv za Poljoprivredne Nauke 28(103): 133-147

Phenotypic and genetic characters of reproduction of Swedish Landrace sows. Savremena Poljoprivreda 23(11-12): 19-32

Phenotypic and genetic correlations among some production characters of Merino sheep from two farms, and the effect of sex and type of birth. Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych (180): 229-237

Phenotypic and genetic correlations among wool production, body weight, milk production and fertility of Thrace Finewool sheep. Genetika i Selektsiya 9(5): 405-415

Phenotypic and genetic correlations between fattening and carcass characters - based on young bulls from purebred and crossbred populations. Archiv fur Tierzucht 19(3): 179-183

Phenotypic and genetic investigations on the predictive value of various methods of measuring egg shell stability. Archiv fur Geflugelkunde 41(1): 13-17

Phenotypic and genetic parameters of fleece weight in German Mutton Merino sheep at different ages. Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 12(7): 47-53

Phenotypic and genetic parameters of litter size in pigs. Meldinger fra Norges Landbrukshoegskole 53(38): 23

Phenotypic and genetic parameters of some traits in Bulgarian White pigs. Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 13(6): 23-27

Phenotypic and genetic parameters of wool density. Sbornik Vysoke Skoly Zemedelske v Praze, Fakulta Agronomicka, B Zivocisna Vyroba (2): 83-91

Phenotypic and genetic parameters, and selection indices for performance-tested pigs. Arhiv za Poljoprivredne Nauke 28(101): 141-152

Phenotypic and genetic relationship of thyroid functions to milk yield in dairy cattle. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 36(12): 5877

Phenotypic and genetic relationships among type classification traits in Jerseys. Journal of Dairy Science 61(Suppl. 1): 80

Phenotypic and genetic studies of a new mutant of yellow endosperm in maize. Journal of Heredity 66(3): 127-130

Phenotypic and genetic study of dairy performance, milking rate and fattening performance in a Friesian population. Arhiv za Poljoprivredne Nauke 30(112): 91-120

Phenotypic and genotypic correlation between seed yield and the main yield components in peas. Vopr selektsii i semenovodstva zern i zernobob kul' tur: 3-8

Phenotypic and genotypic correlations of morphological and physiological characters of potato. Genetica Polonica 18(2): 125-133

Phenotypic and genotypic effects on fatty acids contents of the oil of oilseed crops. Fiziologiya Rastenii 23(3): 600-614

Phenotypic and genotypic variability in an exotic X Indian and Indian X Indian, inter-varietal crosses of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences 9(3): 364-372

Phenotypic and genotypic variability in quantitative characters in an exotic X Indian cross of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences 8(4): 508-518

Phenotypic characteristics in the identification of some Pseudomonas species. Mikrobiologichnii Zhurnal 38(4): 420-428

Phenotypic characteristics of 116 soybean varieties. Newsletter, Association of Official Seed Analysts 51(2): 43-50

Phenotypic characters and relationship among litter sizes at different parities of Swedish Landrace sows. Stocarstvo 29(3/4): 119-123

Phenotypic characters of semen in boars. Zivocisna Vyroba 22(9): 687-696

Phenotypic correlation between milk and meat production of Bulgarian Brown cattle. Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 12(8): 3-10

Phenotypic correlations among economic traits in fowls of cross 444. Trudy Uzbekskogo Nauchno Issledovatel' skogo Instituta Zhivotnovodstva (23): 67-72

Phenotypic correlations among economic traits of hens of imported White Leghorn lines. Sbornik Nauchnykh Rabot Nauchno Issledovatel' skii Institut sel' skogo Khozyaistva Tsentral' no Chernozemnoi Polosy 9(2): 88-91

Phenotypic correlations among production traits of Czechoslovakian Improved White pigs. Zivocisna Vyroba 21(7): 521-529

Phenotypic correlations between body weight and greasy fleece weight in German Mutton Merinos. Zootechnia 26(7-9): 275-278

Phenotypic correlations between body weight during growth and milk production of Bulgarian Red cows. Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 14(3): 10-16

Phenotypic correlations between egg production and body weight in heavy-type breeding stock. Avicoltura 44(3): 89-90

Phenotypic correlations between fattening performance and meat characters. Radovi Poljoprivrednog Fakulteta Univerziteta u Sarajevu 24(27): 149-159

Phenotypic correlations between individual characters of tetraploid red clover. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (4): 29-30

Phenotypic correlations between live-weight at young age and milk yield in Bulgarian Red cows. Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 14(3): 10-16

Phenotypic correlations between milk quality and milking characteristics of Yugoslav Pied cattle. Radovi Poljoprivrednog Fakulteta Univerziteta u Sarajevu 24(27): 45-52

Phenotypic correlations between partial and complete lactation records in F1 zebu X Holstein-Friesian and 3/4 Holstein-Friesian-1/4 zebu females. Memoria, Asociacion Latinoamericana de Produccion Animal 11: 46

Phenotypic correlations between pod characteristics in Pisum sativum L. Vedecke Prace Vyskumneho Ustavu Rastlinnej Vyroby v Piest' anoch (13): 171-177

Phenotypic correlations between protein components in the grain of wheat and rye. Doklady Akademii Nauk BSSR 20(6): 564-566

Phenotypic correlations between some body conformation characters and milk production in Bulgarian Red cows. Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 14(2): 20-27

Phenotypic correlations between ultrasonic measurements and reproductive performance of synchronised gilts of different genotype. Archiv fur Tierzucht 20(2): 119-128

Phenotypic correlations in diploid potato cultivars. Investigaciones Agropecuarias 1976; 5(1/2): 147-160

Phenotypic correlations of carcass and fattening characters with reproductive performance in young sows. Archiv fur Tierzucht 19(4): 243-251

Phenotypic correlations of milk composition with milking traits in Yugoslav Pied cows. Radovi Poljoprivrednog Fakulteta Univerziteta u Sarajevu 24(27): 45-52

Phenotypic correlations of milk production with meat production of Bulgarian Brown cattle. Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 12(8): 3-10

Phenotypic correlations within some characters of mother plants and of their offspring in red clover Trifolium pratense L. 2. Studies on tetraploids. Genetica Polonica 18(2): 103-113

Phenotypic correlations within some characters of mother plants and their offspring in red clover (Trifolium pratense L.). 1. Studies on diploid. Genetica Polonica 17(2): 171-180

Phenotypic description and genetic analysis of a mutation causing female sterility in maize. Genetika, USSR 14(2): 365-368

Phenotypic description of double homozygotes for some sex genes in maize. Genetika, USSR 11(10): 10-14

Phenotypic deviants in the ebony genotype in the boll weevil. Journal of Economic Entomology 68(6): 775-776

Phenotypic dosage effects of the ae and wx loci on mature kernel phenotype. Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter 50: 99-100

Phenotypic effects of a chromosomal translocation involving the Z chromosome and a micro-chromosome in chickens. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 36(11): 5373

Phenotypic expression of glutinous starch mutants. Japanese Journal of Genetics Idengaku Zasshi 51(6): 398

Phenotypic maternal correlations and the effect of selection and crossbreeding in commercial cow herds. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 38(10): 4553

Phenotypic mixing between reticuloendotheliosis virus and avian sarcoma viruses. Virology 80(1): 127-135

Phenotypic mixing in vivo and in vitro among serologically different strains of TMV. Izvestiya Akad Nauk SSSR, Biologicheskaya (6): 846-858

Phenotypic parameters of dairy goat lactation records. Journal of Dairy Science 60(Suppl. 1): 104

Phenotypic peculiarities of tillering and grain formation in different cultivars and lines of rice grown under different conditions. Biology and mineral nutrition of rice: Biologiya i mineral' noe pitanie risa: 137-154

Phenotypic plasticity and yield stability in rice cultivars. Japan, National Institute of Genetics: Annual report, 1973: 67-68

Phenotypic recurrent selection for prolificacy in maize. Maydica 23(1): 29-34

Phenotypic relationships among maternal half-sib weaning weights and between heifer growth and subsequent cow productivity in beef cattle. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 34(9): 4139

Phenotypic relationships between relatives in the Neudamm Karakul stud. Agroanimalia 7(3): 73-75

Phenotypic segregation in dihaploid clones of the common potato. Haploids in higher plants Advances and Potential V Utilization of haploids in research: 389

Phenotypic stability and ethylene evolution in androecious cucumber. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 101(1): 48-51

Phenotypic stability for fodder yield and flowering of improved varieties of forage sorghum. Forage Research 1(1): 81-86

Phenotypic stability for gum content and other quality characters in guar (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba L. Taub.). Genetica Agraria 31(3/4): 393-400

Phenotypic stability for yield of some rice varieties. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 44(10): 644-647

Phenotypic stability in black gram (Vigna mungo (L.) Wilczek). Tropical Grain Legume Bulletin (6): 13-14

Phenotypic stability in oats. Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 33(1): 92-95

Phenotypic stability of grain yield in rice. Haryana Agricultural University Journal of Research 6(2): 117-121

Phenotypic stability of pathogenic races of Pyricularia oryzae, and its implications for breeding of blast resistant rice varieties. Horizontal resistance to the blast disease of rice: 199-234

Phenotypic stability of performance in yield of dwarf rice varieties. 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 XVI Breeding for wide adaptation: 1130-1139

Phenotypic sterility expression and pollen formation in pollen-sterile tetraploid sugar beets. Phanotypische Sterilitatsauspragung und Pollenausbildung bei pollensterilen tetraploiden Zuckerruben: 1974; 49

Phenotypic values of some fattening and carcass characters of Landrace pigs. Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 13(2): 35-40

Phenotypic variability and character associations in forage sorghum. Forage Research 2(1): 63-69

Phenotypic variability and the application of synthetic variables in barley. Hereditas 81(1): 93-100

Phenotypic variability between ecotypes of sulla (Hedysarum coronarium L.). Genetica Agraria 29(1/2): 163-178

Phenotypic variability in simple and double hybrids, varieties and composites of maize (Zea mays L.). Ciencia e Cultura 26: 221-222

Phenotypic variability of fattening performance and carcass traits, and optimum selection criteria. Zivocisna Vyroba 22(4): 243-250

Phenotypic variation and the possibility of using it in the selection of high-yielding plants of spring wheat in northern Kazakhstan. Vopr povysheniya produktivn zern kul' tur: 300-304

Phenotypic variation in economic and biological characters in red clover. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (1): 33-35

Phenotypic variation in economically useful quantitative characters in first-generation barley hybrids. Azarb kand tasarruf inst Agron ser (1): 111-114

Phenotypic variation in some characters of apple varieties bred by I. V. Michurin when grown under different ecological and geographical conditions. Phenotypic variation in some characters of apple varieties bred by I V Michurin when grown under different ecological and geographical conditions (Dep. 3562-75): 25

Phenotypic variation in the progeny of rams mated assortatively for pelt type. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Kazakhskoi SSR, Seriya Biologicheskaya 14(2): 69-72, 91

Phenotypic variation of Trembling Aspen in western North America. Forest Science 21(3): 319-328

Phenotypic varietal variation in yield components of spring wheat and its use in breeding for drought resistance. Sib vestn s kh nauki (6): 37-43, 146

Phenotypical variation in a population of maize (Zea mays L.) under different selection pressures. Agrociencia (11): 141-150

Phenthoate - a new effective phosphatic insecticide against cabbage diamond moth, brinjal borer and onion thrips. Current Research 6(3): 42-43

Phenylacetaldehyde: oviposition inhibitor for pink bollworm. Journal of Economic Entomology 70(5): 547-548

Phenylacetic acid meta hydroxylase from Rhizoctonia solani. Phytochemistry 14(10): 2131-2133