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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 577

Chapter 577 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Weed control in spaced pasture plants. Proceedings of the 29th New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference: 97-100

Weed control in spring cereals, sugar-beet and in forestry. Weeds and weed control 18th Swedish Weed Conference, Uppsala, 1977 (part 1): D4-9

Weed control in strawberry transplants. Annual Report 1976, Research Station, Kentville, Nova Scotia: 53-54

Weed control in sugar beet. Lotta Antiparassitaria 28(2): 14-17

Weed control in sugar beet - present and future. AgTec, Fisons Agricultural Technical Information (Spring): 14-18

Weed control in sugar beet with single and split applications of herbicides. 3e Reunion Internationale sur le Desherbage Selectif en Cultures de Betteraves, Paris, 1975: 39-47

Weed control in sugar cane in West equatorial Africa. 2e Symposium sur le Desherbage des Cultures Tropicales, Montpellier, 1974; organise par COLUMA avec la participation des Instituts membres du GERDAT: ; 216-231

Weed control in sugar cane with asulam and ioxynil. Asociacion Latinoamericana de Malezas "ALAM" [y] Sociedad Colombiana de Control de Malezas y Fisiologia Vegetal "COMALFI" Resumenes de los Trabajos en el II Congreso y VI Seminario, Cali, 1974: ; 34

Weed control in sugar-beet as part of the cropping technique. Mitteilungen fur die Schweizerische Landwirtschaft 26(1): 16-33

Weed control in sugar-beet with cycloate alone and in mixtures. Control de malas hierbas en la remolacha azucarera con cicloato y sus combinaciones [Paper given at] Escarda Quimica en Cultivos Herbaceos Extensivos: VIII Jornada de Estudio de la Asociacion Interprofessional para el Desarrollo Agrario, Saragossa 1976: [?]; 6

Weed control in sugar-beet. Stubble cultivations. UK, Rothamsted Experimental Station: Report for 1975: 73

Weed control in sugar-cane. Mededelingen Fakulteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Gent 41(2, II): 1255-1258A

Weed control in sugar-cane with pre-em. herbicides, tillage and hoeing. Malezas y su Control 3(1): 48-58

Weed control in sugarbeets with NC-8438 + phenmedipham. Abstracts 1974 Meeting Weed Science Society of America: 113

Weed control in sunflower crops, 1972. Malezas y su Control 2(4): 64-68

Weed control in sunflowers. Proceedings of the 30th Annual Meeting of the Southern Weed Science Society: 206-209

Weed control in sunflowers (Note II). Notiziario sulle Malattie delle Piante (94-95): 165-200

Weed control in sweet Spanish onions. Annual Report 1976, Research Station, Kentville, Nova Scotia: 95

Weed control in sweet potatoes. Louisiana Agriculture1978; 21(2): 8-9, 11

Weed control in sweet potatoes and subsequent evaluation for effect on quality. HortScience 12(3): 236

Weed control in tapioca (Manihot utilissima Pohl). Proceedings of the Third Indonesian Weed Science Conference, Bandung, 1975: 288-304

Weed control in tea. Outlook on Agriculture 8(4): 173-177

Weed control in tea plantations with Asulox S. Taiwan Agriculture Quarterly 10(2): 53-68

Weed control in the 1980's. Proceedings of the North Central Weed Control Conference (Vol. 29): 29-31

Weed control in the South African sugar industry. Weed control in the South African sugar industry: 31

Weed control in the USSR. [Proceedings] Nord Europeiska Ograssymposiet i Dickursby, Tikkurila, Finland, 1976: -C33

Weed control in the orchard. Japanese Journal of Michurin Biology 10(1): 32-39

Weed control in the small landscape. Proceedings 27th Annual California Weed Conference: 63-69

Weed control in the strawberry fruiting field with paraquat. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1976; 88: 208-211

Weed control in the strawberry nursery. 8th International Plant Protection Congress, Reports and Informations, Section 6 Integrated plant protection: 154-160

Weed control in the vineyards and soil moisture. Pepragmena A Symposiou Geotehnikon Ereunon 1: 506-515

Weed control in timber management. Proceedings 27th Annual California Weed Conference: 116-123

Weed control in tobacco, three years of experiments. Notiziario sulle Malattie delle Piante (94-95): 105-118

Weed control in tomato crops: new aspects. Compte Rendu de la 9e Conference du COLUMA: 673-689

Weed control in tomatoes (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) by means of herbicides. Malezas y su Control 2(2): 20-29

Weed control in tomatoes with metribuzin. Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1976 (Vol. 31): 108-109

Weed control in transplanted and ratoon cane. Publicacion Miscelanea EEAT (55): 13-15

Weed control in transplanted carrots grown for seed. Compte Rendu de la 9e Conference du COLUMA: 709-715

Weed control in transplanted lettuce under film plastic. Annual Report 1974. Weed control in transplanted lettuce under film plastic Annual Report 1974: 56

Weed control in transplanted rice. International Rice Research Institute, Philippines: Annual Report for 1975: 238-239

Weed control in transplanted tomatoes using combinations of metribuzin with diphenamid or trifluralin in several application schedules. Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society (Vol. 32): 213-218

Weed control in transplanted tomatoes with metribuzin in combination with other herbicides. Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, New York City: 219-224

Weed control in transplanted tomatoes: the place of herbicides in the overall management of the crop. Compte Rendu de la 8e Conference du COLUMA: 682-694

Weed control in tree fruits with Siden and Du-Cason. Lotta Antiparassitaria 29(9): 163-166

Weed control in tropical areas: sugar cane. Shell in Agriculture (November): 2-3

Weed control in tulip nurseries. Phytoparasitica 4(2): 160

Weed control in upland crops. International Rice Research Institute, Philippines: Annual Report for 1975: 392-394

Weed control in upland farming of Japan. JARQ [Japanese Agricultural Research Quarterly] 11(2): 84-88

Weed control in upland rice. Annual Report for 1973: 78-82

Weed control in upland rice. Revista Comalfi 3(3): 190-205

Weed control in vegetable crops. Rastitelna Zashchita 25(4): 10-13

Weed control in vegetable crops. Arkansas State Horticultural Society Proceedings of the 96th Annual Meeting 1975: 17-20

Weed control in vines in the Mediterranean region, an example of regional adaptation of recommendations for use. Compte Rendu de la 8e Conference du COLUMA: 823-830

Weed control in vines in the Upper Rhone valley (Switzerland). Notiziario sulle Malattie delle Piante (94-95): 225-259

Weed control in vineyards and apple orchards with methazole, a new experimental herbicide. Notiziario sulle Malattie delle Piante (92/93): 171-183

Weed control in vineyards in the Laguna district. Folleto Miscelaneo, Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agricolas (30): 45

Weed control in warm climate crops. Weed control in warm climate crops (Serie ES 16): 10

Weed control in warm season grass field with paraquat. Weed Research, Japan 21(4): 182-186

Weed control in watercress (Nasturtium officinale R. Br.). HortScience 10(3, Section 2): 332

Weed control in wax beans. Annual Report 1975, Research Station, Kentville, Nova Scotia: 90-91

Weed control in wheat and barley in the Middle East. PANS 23(3): 282-285

Weed control in white potatoes in Maine, 1974. Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, New York City: 289-295

Weed control in winter cereals. Technical Leaflet, Agricultural Research Council Weed Research Organization (5): 4

Weed control in winter irrigated wheat in Tamil Nadu. Program and Abstracts of Papers, Weed Science Conference and Workshop in India, 1977r 28): 17

Weed control in winter oil seed rape. UK, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Agricultural Development and Advisory Service: Review of development work 1976 [South West region]: 74-75

Weed control in winter oilseeds with 3,6-dichloropicolinic acid + benazolin. Weeds and Weed Control Proceedings of the 17th Swedish Weed Conference (Part 1): F1-5

Weed control in winter rape with a mixture of nitralin + napropamide. Compte Rendu de la 9e Conference du COLUMA: 106-115

Weed control methodology with vegetable crops in the People's Republic of China. Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1977 (Vol. 32): 91

Weed control of irrigated peanuts in an arid zone. Journal of Agricultural Science, UK 86(3): 623-626

Weed control on California range lands. Proceedings 27th Annual California Weed Conference: 128-135

Weed control on maize plantations in Czechoslovakia. 8th International Plant Protection Congress, Reports and Informations, Section 3 Chemical control (Part 1): 200-202

Weed control on newly established apple and pear orchards. 8th International Congress of Plant Protection, Reports and Informations, Section 3 Chemical control (Part 2): 614-618

Weed control on the high plateau of Turkey. Tunisia, Ministry of Agriculture: Proceedings, third Regional Wheat Workshop Tunis, Tunisia, April 28 May 2, 1975: 186-192

Weed control on vegetable fields. Plant Protection in Japan, 1976 Agriculture Asia Special Issue No 10: 178-184

Weed control post-emergence in garlic. New Zealand Commercial Grower 33(9): 20

Weed control pre- and post-emergence in salsify. Mededeling, Provinciaal Onderzoek en Voorlichtingscentrum voor Land en Tuinbouw, Rumbeke Beitem (165): 7

Weed control problems causing major reductions in world food supplies. FAO Plant Protection Bulletin 23(3/4): 83-95

Weed control problems in the Sudan. PANS 23(2): 190-194

Weed control programmes for vining peas. Proceedings 12th British Weed Control Conference: 453-460

Weed control research and development in rubber plantations in Malaysia (R.I.I.M.); five year programme 1976-80. Weed control research and development in rubber plantations in Malaysia RIIM; five year programme 1976-80: 12

Weed control short courses in developing countries. UK, British Crop Protection Council: Symposium on syllabuses and course content for crop protection courses, Stirling University, Scotland, 1976: 75-80

Weed control studies at universities. Plant protection in Japan, 1976 Agriculture Asia Special Issue No 10: 66-70

Weed control studies in a clementine orchard in Sardinia. 1 Congreso Mundial de Citricultura, Murcia Valencia, Espana, 1973: 6

Weed control studies in chilli. Madras Agricultural Journal 63(8/10): 470-472

Weed control studies in okra (Abelmoschus esculentus Moench). Indian Journal of Weed Science 6(2): 65-69

Weed control studies in pearl millet. Program and Abstracts of Papers, Weed Science Conference and Workshop in India, 1977r 45): 27

Weed control studies on clementine orchard in Sardinia. Idem: Tucker, D P H; Phillips, R L : Perennial grass control in Florida citrus groves: [Review]: 361-366

Weed control studies on lowland jute through cultural and chemical methods. Program and Abstracts of Papers, Weed Science Conference and Workshop in India, 1977r 48): 29

Weed control study on assorted root cuttings. Proceedings, Southern Nurserymen' s Association Research Conference 20th Annual Report: 125-126

Weed control summary 1973. Bulletin North American Gladiolus Council (117): 96-97

Weed control system in young pecan trees. Research Summaries 11(1): 49

Weed control systems for no-till soybeans. Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1975 (Vol. 30): 60

Weed control systems for upland rice production. Report on the expert consultation meeting on the mechanization of rice production [IITA]: 71-78

Weed control systems in cassava. Sociedad Colombiana de Control de Malezas y Fisiologia Vegetal "COMALFI" Resumenes de los Trabajos en el VII Seminario, Bogota, 1975: 6

Weed control technology for protecting crops, grazing lands, aquatic sites and noncropland. Weed control technology for protecting crops, grazing lands, aquatic sites and noncropland (ARS - National Research Program 20280): 185

Weed control trials at Wierthe. Zuckerrube 26(2): 21-22, 24

Weed control trials in carrots with metoxuron. Notiziario sulle Malattie delle Piante (94-95): 155-164

Weed control trials in direct-drilled or steckling sugar-beet grown for seed. Compte Rendu de la 8e Conference du COLUMA: 806-819

Weed control trials in established crops of lucerne, red clover and birdsfoot trefoil. Compte Rendu de la 7e Conference du COLUMA Comite Francais de Lutte contre les Mauvaises Herbes: 535-542

Weed control trials in fibre Hibiscus in West Africa. 2e Symposium sur le Desherbage en Cultures Tropicales, Montpellier, 1974 organise parCOLUMA avec la participation des Instituts membres duGERDAT: ; 149-168

Weed control trials in field beans. Compte Rendu de la 8e Conference du COLUMA: 625-636

Weed control trials in grass crops for seed. Compte Rendu de la 9e Conference du COLUMA: 619-635

Weed control trials in grass crops grown for seed. Compte Rendu de la 8e Conference du COLUMA: 259-266

Weed control trials in maize. Compte Rendu de la 9e Conference du COLUMA: 375-385

Weed control trials in peas. Compte Rendu de la 8e Conference du COLUMA: 637-635

Weed control trials in peas and field beans. Compte Rendu de la 9e Conference du COLUMA: 595-610

Weed control trials in sugar beet with isocarbomid and its combinations with lenacil. Results of 4-year experiments. Publication Trimestrielle, Institut Belge pour l' Amelioration de la Betterave 43(2): 63-89

Weed control trials in sugar-beet crops with isocarbamid and its use combined with lenacil. Results of four years' experiments. 3e Reunion Internationale sur le Desherbage Selectif en Cultures de Betteraves, Paris, 1975: 557-584

Weed control under clear plastic mulch for seeded cantaloupe. Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society (Volume 32): 337

Weed control under drip irrigation systems. Proceedings 27th Annual California Weed Conference: 85-93

Weed control with RP-23465 on noncrop sites. Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1975 (30): 92-93

Weed control with Stomp in potatoes and vegetables. Mitteilungen fur die Schweizerische Landwirtschaft 26(1): 39-40

Weed control with ethalfluralin as influenced by timing of soil incorporation. Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1976 (Vol. 31): 85-86

Weed control with herbicides in transplanted bell pepper. Research Report, Georgia Station (242): 10

Weed control with herbicides new to the cotton fields of the Atlantic seaboard. Revista COMALFI 3(4): 276-287

Weed control with metribuzin in direct seeded tomatoes . Proceedings of the North Central Weed Control Conference (Vol. 29): 70-71

Weed control with new herbicides in cottonfields of the Atlantic coast. Sociedad Colombiana de Control de Malezas y Fisiologia Vegetal "COMALFI" Resumenes de los Trabajos en el VII Seminario, Bogota, 1975: 63-65

Weed control with oxadiazon in rose nurseries. Phytoparasitica 4(6): 158-9

Weed control with plant pathogens and nematodes. Canada Agriculture 20(4): 26-27

Weed control with pre- and post-emergence in rubber stock nurseries. Document Rubber Research Centre, Hat Yai (23): 28

Weed control with propyzamide not always without danger. Boer en Tuinder 82(35): 11

Weed control with simazine revitalizes growth in stagnating hardwood plantations. Report, Great Lakes Forest Research Centre, Canada (O-X-261): 20 + sum.

Weed control with soil conservation tillage (critical review). Khimiya v Sel' skom Khozyaistve 15(9): 26-31

Weed control, black bryony on arable land. UK, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Agricultural Development and Advisory Service: Experiments and development in the Eastern region 1975:

Weed control, costs, and phytotoxicity with herbicides in container-grown plants. Flower and Nursery Report (May/June): 6-7

Weed control: study on bentazone. Fibra 1977; 21(2): 18-36

Weed damage in upland rice. Comptes Rendus du Ve Colloque International sur l' Ecologie et la Biologie des Mauvaises Herbes, Dijon, 1976: ?; 253-261

Weed damage to crops: yield loss due to weed competition. Integrated Control of Weeds; ed by JD Fryer and S Matsunaka: 1-16

Weed ecology. Malezas y su Control 3(1): 3-8

Weed ecology and economic importance of Emilia javanica (Burm.) Rob. and E. sonchifolia (L.) DC. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 37(1): 13

Weed eradication in California. Proceedings 28th Annual California Weed Conference: 197-202

Weed flora and vegetation in the hop fields of Vojvodina. 11 Jugoslovensko Savetovanje o Borbi protiv Korova 1 Kniga: 85-95

Weed flora in upland rice in the Ivory Coast. 2e Symposium sur le Desherbage des Cultures Tropicales, Montpellier, 1974; organise par COLUMA avec la participation des Instituts membres du GERDAT: ; 127-141

Weed flora in Tokachi District, Hokkaido. Weed Research, Japan 21(2): 60-64

Weed flora in rice paddy fields in Taiwan. Proceedings of the 6th Asian Pacific Weed Science Society Conference, Indonesia, 1977me 1): 116-122

Weed flora in winter cereals in the province of Saragossa. Flora adventicia en cereales de invierno de la provincia de Zaragoza [Paper given at] Escarda Quimica en Cultivos Herbaceos Extensivos: VIII Jornada de Estudio de la Asociacion Interprofessional para el Desarrollo Agrario, Saragossa 1976: ?]; 16

Weed flora of Japan (illustrated by colour). Weed flora of Japan illustrated by colour: 415

Weed flora of irrigated ricefields in the Ivory Coast. 2e Symposium sur le Desherbage des Cultures Tropicales, Montpellier, 1974; organise par COLUMA avec la participation des Instituts membres du GERDAT: ; 112-126

Weed flora of lucerne fields. Flore adventice en luzerniere [Paper given at] Escarda Quimica en Cultivos Herbaceos Extensivos: VIII Jornada de Estudio de la Asociacion Interprofessional para el Desarrollo Agrario, Saragossa 1976: ?]; 11

Weed flora of maize. 11 Jugoslovensko Savetovanje o Borbi protiv Korova 1 Kniga: 51-54

Weed growth and needlecast interact to cause extensive damage to Scots Pine Christmas trees. Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society 1975; 1: 137

Weed growth and needlecast interact to cause extensive damage to Scots pine Christmas trees. Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society, 1974 (Vol. 1): 137

Weed growth in response to greenhouse supplemental lighting. Weed Science 23(4): 314-316

Weed host of Ditylenchus dipsaci in Puglia. Nematologia Mediterranea 4(1): 99-102

Weed hosts of root-knot nematodes. Two and a Bud 22(2): 91

Weed hosts of root-knot nematodes in tea estates around Jorhat. Two and a Bud 21(2): 50

Weed impurities in stored vegetable seed. Agronomski Glasnik 37(4/5): 83-88

Weed incidence in lucerne fields of Kosovo. Fragmenta Herbologica Jugoslavica 3: 39-48

Weed infestation and yield of winter wheat in different rotations. Nauka proizvodstvu: 42-44

Weed injury and its control on dryland direct sowing under different conditions of irrigation management. Bulletin of the Tokai Kinki National Agricultural Experiment Station (28): 39-49

Weed inventory in plantations in North Sumatra. Biotrop Newsletter (12): 12

Weed key. Ukrudts noeglen (Ed.2): xiv + 9-178

Weed killer-cum-fertilizer. Pesticides 7(11): 45

Weed killers in cabbage cultivation. Indian Farming 26(4): 11, 13

Weed list in Asian-Pacific area. Weed list in Asian Pacific area: 47

Weed management and weed science development in Indonesia. Proceedings of the 6th Asian Pacific Weed Science Society Conference, Indonesia, 1977me 1): 31-41

Weed management can raise yields in sugarcane. Indian Farming 26(12): 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, 37

Weed management in grassland. Proceedings, 1976 British Crop Protection Conference Weeds Volume 3: 955-959

Weed management in jute and allied fibres. Indian Farming 26(12): 50-52

Weed management in jute and succeeding crops in multiple cropping through herbicides. Program and Abstracts of Papers, Weed Science Conference and Workshop in India, 1977r 112): 68

Weed management in rainfed sorghum. Program and Abstracts of Papers, Weed Science Conference and Workshop in India, 1977r 43): 26

Weed management in tea fields in south India. Program and Abstracts of Papers, Weed Science Conference and Workshop in India, 1977r 94): 56

Weed management in upland paddy. Program and Abstracts of Papers, Weed Science Conference and Workshop in India, 1977r 27): 16

Weed management in wheat and barley. Indian Farming 26(12): 9, 11, 13, 15

Weed management studies in Rhodesia. Proceedings 1976 British Crop Protection Conference Weeds (Vol.2): 499-501

Weed management systems for non-bearing pecans. HortScience 12(4, Section 2): 385

Weed management tool, herbigation, for irrigated cropland. Crops and Soils 28(5): 10-11

Weed observations in vegetable crops. Bulletin Penelitian Hortikultura 4(2): 25-34

Weed plant associations in various crops near Sarajevo. Savremena Poljoprivreda 24(7/8): 73-84

Weed plants in the fields of Kalinin Province. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 62(9): 1345-1349

Weed plants of the Kano Research Farm and a preliminary assessment of crop tolerance to some herbicides. Samaru Agricultural Newsletter 18(2): 93-97

Weed population in a multiple cropping system and the effect of herbicide application. Proceedings of the Third Indonesian Weed Science Conference, Bandung, 1975: 212-226

Weed population shifts influenced by crop rotations and weed control programs. Proceedings 28th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 60-71

Weed populations and their influence on the development of the plant pathogens Aphanomyces cochlioides and Rhizoctonia solani in sugar and table beets in south-west Quebec. Phytoprotection 56(2): 55-66

Weed problems and herbicide use in India. Program and Abstracts of Papers, Weed Science Conference and Workshop in India, 1977r 145): 93

Weed problems and prospects for chemical control in Indonesia. Proceedings of 5th Asian Pacific Weed Science Society Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 1975: 18-22

Weed problems in Turkey. Ataturk Universitesi Ziraat Fakultesi Z Dergisi 3(3): 147-150

Weed problems in birdsfoot trefoil seed fields and progress on solution. Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, Boston (Volume 30): 30

Weed problems in cotton - how to control them. Weeds Today 9(2): 12-13

Weed problems in rice and possiblilities of chemical weed control. Program and Abstracts of Papers, Weed Science Conference and Workshop in India, 1977r 1): 1

Weed problems in some crops in rainfed agriculture in Bangladesh. Report, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO/RAFE/RP 23): 229

Weed problems in some crops in rainfed agriculture in India. Report, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO/RAFE/RP 23): 230-231

Weed problems in some rainfed crops of Thailand. Report, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO/RAFE/RP 23): 238-244

Weed problems in tree crops in Nigeria. PANS 22(2): 250-256

Weed problems in tree crops in Nigeria. Proceedings of the Third Nigerian Weed Science Group Meeting: 1-13

Weed problems in upland rice and approaches to solve the problem by use of new herbicides. Oryza 1973; 8: 269-274

Weed problems of grazing lands and control of some problem weeds in the Markham Valley of Papua New Guinea. PANS 24(1): 63-66

Weed problems of the south-western arable lands of Hungary. Jugoslovenski Simpozium o Borbi protiv Korova u Brdsko Planinskim Podrucjima, Sarajeva, 1973: 61-66

Weed programs for new planted irrigated trees and vines. Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science (Volume 27): 52-55

Weed regulations in Norway. [Proceedings] Nord Europeiska Ograssymposiet i Dickursby, Tikkurila, Finland, 1976: B13

Weed regulations in Sweden. [Proceedings] Nord Europeiska Ograssymposiet i Dickursby, Tikkurila, Finland, 1976: -B24

Weed research in Denmark 1976. Weeds and Weed Control 18th Swedish Weed Conference, Uppsala, 1977 (part 1): D1-3

Weed research in mountainous regions of Yugoslavia. Fragmenta Herbologica Jugoslavica (31): 10

Weed research requirements in developing countries. Proceedings, 1976 British Crop Protection Conference Weeds Volume 3: 801-807

Weed sampling in rice studies. International Rice Research Institute, Philippines: Annual Report for 1976: 194-195

Weed science - revolution in progress. Supplement to the Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, Boston (Volume 30): 18-41

Weed science for youth in Arkansas. Proceedings 29th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 429

Weed science workshop for Arkansas producers. Proceedings of the 30th Annual Meeting of the Southern Weed Science Society: 394

Weed science: principles. Weed science: principles: x+598

Weed seed in soil. Proceedings 26th Conference Washington State Weed Association: 25-27

Weed seed infestation level in the marshland soils of the Keszthely area. Novenyvedelem 12(9): 391-396

Weed seed populations. 25th Annual Report National Vegetable Research Station 1974: 124

Weed seed populations in a cotton and soybean rotation treated with phenylurea herbicides. Proceedings of the 30th Annual Meeting of the Southern Weed Science Society: 96

Weed seedling emergence depths under field conditions. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 35(11): 5224-5225

Weed seedlings. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae Brno Facultas Agronomica 22(2): 289-312

Weed seedlings of crop fields. Weed seedlings of crop fields: 122

Weed seeds in dockage in Manitoba. Canada Agriculture 20(4): 19-20

Weed seeds in soil of some regions of the western Danubian plain. Rasteniev"dni Nauki 13(8): 111-118

Weed seeds in the soil of some regions in the central part of the Danubian Plain regions. Rasteniev"dni Nauki 12(2): 148-157

Weed species of field and orchard crops in the Crimea. Trudy Gosudarstvennogo Nikitskogo Botanicheskogo Sada (62): 131-157

Weed species of sugar-cane in the Argentine. Revista Agronomica del Noroeste Argentina 12(1-2): 95-105

Weed spraying equipment. Water Talk (40): 8

Weed studies in pineapple growing areas. Weed studies in pineapple growing areas: 148

Weed suppression by vegetable crop cultivars. Abstracts 1974 Meeting Weed Science Society of America: 15

Weed survey in dry-land sunflower crops in western Andalusia, 1976. Proceedings II Simposio Nacional de Herbologia, Oeiras, 1976, Vol II: 75-81

Weed watch - balloonvine. Weeds Today 9(1): 10

Weed zones in Finland. [Proceedings] Nord Europeiska Ograssymposiet i Dickursby, Tikkurila, Finland, 1976: E8

Weed-crop behaviour in pure and mixed stands of maize and Echinochloa colona Link. Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences, B 82(5): 175-194

Weed-free periods and chemical weed control in triticale (Triticale hexaploide Larter). Ciencia e Investigacion Agraria 3(2-3): 99-105

Weedicides and hormones. Nimbkar Agricultural Research Institute: India, Nimbkar Agricultural Research Institute: Seventh annual report 1973-74: 89-91

Weeding Northern Red Oak plantations on the Cumberland plateau. USDA Forest Service Research Note, Southern Forest Experiment Station (SO-184): 2

Weeding of carrots using preplant incorporation herbicides followed by preemergence and/or postemergence herbicides. Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, New York City: 244-246

Weeding plantations with the two-wheeled tractor and mulching attachment. Wald und Holz1975; 56(10): 344-346; 351-355

Weeding without herbicides. Organic Gardening and Farming 21(4): 76-78

Weedkillers and their uses in forestry. Los fitocidas y sus aplicaciones selvicolas: 169

Weedkillers in forest nurseries: simazine. Esperienze e Ricerche, Stazione Sperimentale Agraria Forestale di S Michele all' Adige 4: 345-356

Weedkilling with a bonus. Forestry and British Timber 7(3): 15-16

Weeds. Department of Agriculture, Tasmania: Australia, Tasmania, Department of Agriculture: Annual Report for 1973-74: 35-37

Weeds. Agriculture at Los Banos 14(1): 5-7, 16-17

Weeds and crop growth. Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, Boston (Vol.30): 105-117

Weeds and crop rotations. Weeds and weed control Proceedings of the 16th Swedish Weed Conference (Part 1): D1-D7

Weeds and plants introduced into the United States. A bibliography. Weeds and plants introduced into the United States A bibliography: 16

Weeds and shifting cultivation. FAO Soils Bulletin (24): 155-166

Weeds and their control in Iraq. PANS 22(3): 399-404

Weeds and their control in Wisconsin. Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1975 (Vol. 30): 136-137

Weeds and their cost to mankind. Proceedings 29th Annual California Weed Conference: 22-27

Weeds and their effect on energy requirements. Proceedings 29th Annual California Weed Conference: 13-21

Weeds and water in world food production. Weed Science 25(4): 338-342

Weeds and weed control in the Philippines. Report, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO/RAFE/RP 23): 234-237

Weeds and weed control. African feather grass (Pennisetum macrourum Trin.) declared noxious weed. Tasmanian Journal of Agriculture 48(4): 241-243

Weeds and weed management in cotton. Proceedings, 1976 Beltwide Cotton Production Research Conferences: 166-168

Weeds and world food production. Symposium on World Food, Pest Losses and the Environment 1977 AAAS Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado: 15-62

Weeds are everybody's business. Proceedings 29th Annual California Weed Conference: 27-29

Weeds as a factor in soybean production in southern Brazil. World Soybean Research Proceedings of the World Soybean Research Conference, Champaign, Illinois, 1975: 411-414

Weeds as hosts to nematodes of the genus Meloidogyne Goeldi. Resumos, 9 Seminario Brasileiro de Herbicidas e Ervas Daninhas, Campinas, 1972: 9

Weeds as the target of electrical activity. Sbornik Nauchnykh Rabot, Saratovskii Sel' skokhozyaistvennyi Institut (44): 118-122

Weeds associated with soybeans and their control. Publication, International Soybean Program INTSOY (6): 147-156

Weeds can be checked in CSH-3 jowar crop by triangular planting. Current Research Monthly Newsletter, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore 5(6): 96-97

Weeds from the viewpoint of labour economics. Schwabischer Bauer (24): 8

Weeds in agriculture. Korovi u poljoprivredi (Ed.2): 747

Weeds in cereals. Weeds and weed control Proceedings of the 16th Swedish Weed Conference (Part 1): K2-19

Weeds in cereals in relation to agricultural practices. Annals of Applied Biology 83(2): 338-341

Weeds in grain lupins. 2. The response of narrow-leafed lupins to pre-emergence herbicides. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture and Animal Husbandry 17(84): 118-125

Weeds in grain-lupins. 1. The effect of weeds on grain-lupin yields. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture and Animal Husbandry 17(84): 112-117

Weeds in grass leys and possibilities of control with special reference to the intensification factors nitrogen fertilization and supplementary irrigation. Nachrichtenblatt fur den Pflanzenschutz in der DDR 31(12): 250-253

Weeds in inundated rice field in West Sumatra. Proceedings of the Third Indonesian Weed Science Conference, Bandung, 1975: 269-278

Weeds in lawns. Tasmanian Journal of Agriculture 48(3): 180-182

Weeds in maize. New Zealand Journal of Agriculture 136(9): 39, 41-42

Weeds in orchards. Flore adventice de vergers [Paper given at] Escarda Quimica en Cultivos Herbaceos Extensivos: VIII Jornada de Estudio de la Asociacion Interprofessional para el Desarrollo Agrario, Saragossa 1976: ; 12

Weeds in orchards as important alternate sources of green peach aphids in late spring. Environmental Entomology 4(6): 958-960

Weeds in soybeans: how to control them. World Farming 18(12): 32-34

Weeds in spring seedbeds. Proceedings of the 30th New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference 1977:

Weeds in sunflowers in western Andalusia and their control by herbicides. Weeds and herbicides in the Mediterranean Basin: Proceedings of the Mediterranean Herbicide Symposium, Madrid, 1978 (Vol. I): 54-59

Weeds in the Erzurum region and research into possibilities for controlling some of the destructive ones in spring cereals. Ataturk Universitesi Ziraat Fakultesi yayinlari Arastirma Serisi (135): 1-78

Weeds in the South Western Cape vegetation. National Programme for Environmental Sciences: Terrestrial Biology; papers presented at the First National Weeds Conference, 13-14 August 1974, Pretoria, S Africa: ; 42-54

Weeds in the Soviet Union. Bulletin of the College of Agriculture, Utsunomiya University 8(3): 143-170

Weeds in tomatoes grown directly from seed; yield and biological soil activity as affected by some herbicidal mixtures. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 14(6): 43-51

Weeds in tropical crops. Diseases, Pests and Weeds in Tropical Crops; ed by J Kranz, H Schmutterer and W Koch: 543-616

Weeds in winter barley and possibilities of control with SYS 67 herbicides in autumn. Nachrichtenblatt fur den Pflanzenschutz in der DDR 32(9): 173-176

Weeds infesting wheat crops. Informatore Fitopatologico 25(2): 7-12

Weeds into crops. Ceres 9(2): 29-32

Weeds invading pastures in Para State. Boletim Tecnico do IPEAN (62): 25-37

Weeds lowered linseed yields. Arable Farming 4(2): 55

Weeds of Brazil - perennial species of the grass family (Gramineae). Biologico 41(5): 130-143

Weeds of Mauritius, No. 20: Laurentia longiflora (L.) Endl. (lastron blanc). Leaflet, Mauritius Sugar Industry Research Institute (14): 2

Weeds of apple and pear orchards. Proceedings II Simposio Nacional de Herbologia, Oeiras, 1976, Vol II: 41-44

Weeds of cotton crops in the Ivory Coast. Comptes Rendus du Ve Colloque International sur l' Ecologie et la Biologie des Mauvaises Herbes, Dijon, 1976: ?; 121-127

Weeds of cotton fields of southern Uzbekistan in relation to the opening up of new lands. Uzbekskii Biologicheskii Zhurnal 23(1): 33-35

Weeds of cotton in the Ivory Coast. Coton et Fibres Tropicales 31(4): 419-427

Weeds of crop fields. Weeds of crop fields: 290

Weeds of cultivated fields in Korea and herbicides. Bulletin of the College of Agriculture, Utsunomiya University 9(2): 135-151

Weeds of field crops and their control. Weeds of field crops and their control: 160

Weeds of grass swards in Tucuman - grasses. Malezas y su Control 3(1): 21-34

Weeds of grassland and their destruction. Les plantes adventices des herbages et leur destruction: 61

Weeds of marshlands. What are they and how can they be controlled?. Lotta Antiparassitaria 28(7-8): 15-19

Weeds of pastures in Para State. Boletim Tecnico do IPEAN (62): 25-37

Weeds of sesame (Sesamum indicum) in Portuguesa State. Weeds of sesame Sesamum indicum in Portuguesa State: 95

Weeds of soybean crops (Glycine max (L.) Merril) in Rio Grande do Sul. Resumos XI Seminario Brasileiro de Herbicidas e Ervas Daninhas, Londrina, 1976: 5

Weeds of the world. 2a. The weeds of Europe. Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, New York City: 154-159

Weeds of the world. IIb., The weeds of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, Boston (Vol.30): 132-136

Weeds of the world. IIc. The weeds of the Eastern Mediterranean countries - a summary. Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, Baltimore, 1977 (Vol. 31): 146-150

Weeds of upland fields in Brazil. 1;2. Weed Research, Japan 20(3;4): 127-134; 178-185

Weeds on cultivated and uncultivated sandy soils in Sologne. Comptes Rendus du Ve Colloque International sur l' Ecologie et la Biologie des Mauvaises Herbes, Dijon, 1976: ?; 129-139

Weeds tell scientists which crops grow best. World Farming 20(2): 38-41

Weedy grass competition in corn. Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, New York City: 141

Weedy grasses for grassland forage. The grasses and grasslands of Oklahoma: 112-116

Weedy rye plants in wheat crops. Biologicheskii Zhurnal Armenii 27(11): 3-13

Weedy species of Stachytarpheta in Hawaii. Proceedings of the 6th Asian Pacific Weed Science Society Conference, Indonesia, 1977me 1): 198-203

Weeping Spruces at Zlate Moravce. Folia Dendrologica (1): 67-79 + 1 pl.

Weeping lovegrass and legume mixtures. Red River Demonstration and Research Farm: 23-24

Weeping lovegrass management. Weeping lovegrass management: 39

Weeping willow blight in coastal British Columbia. Canadian Plant Disease Survey 57(3/4): 71-74

Weevil stem-borers of the genus Lixus. Zashchita Rastenii (10): 41-42

Weevil-induced resin crystallization related to resin acids in eastern pine. Twenty third Northwestern Forest Tree Improvement Conference: 52-56

Weevils. Zashchita Rastenii (11): 38-40

Weevils (Araucariini, Cossoninae, Col.) on Araucaria araucana (Mol.) Koch in Chile with a breeding biology similar to that of bark-beetles (Scoltytoidea). Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Entomologie 84(3): 283-295

Weevils (Coleoptera, Curculionidae and Rhinomaceridae) of the conifers of Siberia. Trudy Biologicheskogo Instituta, Sibirskoe Otdelenie, Akademiya Nauk SSSR 18: 223-238

Weevils (Curculionidae, Coleoptera) on Onobrychis viciaefolia Scop. at Bezek (Chelm province). Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie Sklodowskarecd 1978; 31(18): 201-210

Weibull's Akka. A new very early spring barley variety with race specific mildew resistance. Agri Hortique Genetica 31(1/2): 32-42

Weibull's Drabant spring wheat. Agri Hortique Genetica 34(1/4): 1-19

Weibull's Flavina - a new spring barley variety for the overseas market. Agri Hortique Genetica 34(1/4): 35-41

Weibull's Holme winter wheat. Agri Hortique Genetica 33(1/4): 1-16

Weibull's Olga. Weibulls Arsbok: 18-20

Weibull's Olga spring swede rape. Our first Swedish low erucic acid variety. Weibulls arsbok 1977: 2-4

Weibull's Olve - a new spring barley variety for the foreign market. Agri Hortique Genetica 34(1/4): 28-34

Weibull's Selma spring oats. Agri Hortique Genetica 31(1/2): 21-31

Weibull's original Prisca - the best barley variety for growing on nematode-infected soils. Weibulls Arsbok: 11-15

Weibull's original Welam, a relatively early-ripening and high-yielding barley variety. Weibulls Arsbok: 5-10

Weibulls Arla field bean. Weibulls Arsbok: 11-13

Weibulls Olga spring rape. Our first Swedish low-erucic-acid spring rape cultivar. Weibulls Arsbok: 2-5

Weibulls original Ansgar - Sweden's first barley cultivar with resistance to the oat cyst nematode. Weibulls Arsbok: 17-20

Weibulls original Britta red clover. Weibulls Arsbok: 8-10

Weibulls original Drabant spring wheat. Weibulls Arsbok: 11-16

Weibulls original Selma - Sweden's most widely grown oat cultivar. Weibulls Arsbok: 2-4

Weibulls original Tellus - a very sturdy and high yielding barley cultivar. Weibulls Arsbok: 2-7

Weigher for liquids. British Patent: (1 414 753)

Weighing results are better with micro processors. Muhle + Mischfuttertechnik 115(3): 27-29

Weight Watchers: a total approach to weight control. Canadian Home Economics Journal 26(3): 4-10

Weight of Spruce wood in Austria. Allgemeine Forstzeitung 88(4): 76-81

Weight and area of leaves, as well as length and thickness of shoots, and development and yield of apples. Fruit Science Reports 3(3): 17-22

Weight and feeding of female mink in relation to birthweight of their young. Dansk Pelsdyravl 40(2): 81-83

Weight and height of the newborn and other data from a mixed maternity hospital. Archivos de Pediatria del Uruguay 48(2): 51-57

Weight and height percentiles for school children. Indian Pediatrics 11(12): 811-815

Weight and iodine content of the thyroid gland in Jutland, Denmark. Acta Medica Scandinavica 196(6): 505

Weight and water loss in insecticide treated pupae of Achaea janata, Linn. (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Research Journal of Mahatma Phule Agricultural University 6(1): 61-66

Weight change, body condition and beef cow reproduction. Proceedings of the Sixth Technical Conference on Artificial Insemination and Reproduction, Milwaukee, February 20-21, 1976: 78-80

Weight change, body condition and beef-cow reproduction. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 37(7): 3289-3290

Weight changes and some indices of protein metabolism in newborn premature children. Voprosy Okhrany Materinstva i Detstva 21(1): 13-18

Weight deficit in children from 0 to 4 years old in Cap Bon, Tunisia. Annales de la Societe Belge de Medecine Tropicale 55(4): 333-339

Weight determination of the carcass, including fifth quarter and empty body weight. Criteria and methods for assessment of carcass and meat characteristics in beef production experiments Seminar on carcass and meat quality in the EEC programme of co ordination of research on beef production, Zeist, 1975: 109-119

Weight development of eggs in Leucophaea maderae Fabr. (Insecta, Dictyoptera). Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Seances de l' Academie des Sciences, D 284(11): 971-974

Weight development of the parasite Phryxe caudata (Diptera Tachinidae) in the course of pupation and during intrapupal life following a shortening of the feeding period. Annales de Zoologie, Ecologie Animale 9(3): 507-514

Weight differences in rat embryos prior to sexual differentiation. Journal of Embryology and Experimental Morphology 40: 259-263

Weight fluctuations after immunization in a rural preschool child community. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 30(4): 592-598

Weight for height for Filipino adults. Philippine Journal of Nutrition 28(1/2): 1-6

Weight gain and anterior pituitary cytology in relation to acute dehydration in the rat. Annales d' Endocrinologie 35(2): 111-119

Weight gain and development of laboratory rats. Veterinarski Glasnik 32(3): 211-217

Weight gain and dressing percentage in suckling and weaned Toggenburg X Calabrian kids born as twins. Acta Medica Veterinaria 22(3/4): 159-173

Weight gain and heterosis at different stages of development of the rat. Growth 39(3): 345-361

Weight gain and infant feeding. Lancet 2(8040) 712

Weight gain and milk production of 2-breed and 3-breed cattle crosses. Scientia Agriculturae Bohemoslovaca 5(4): 225-235

Weight gain and the sleeping electroencephalogram: study of 10 patients with anorexia nervosa. British Medical Journal 4(5996): 556-558

Weight gain as a consequence of maternal behavior in the rat. Behavioral Biology 17(1): 51-60

Weight gain in calves in response to control of cattle grubs with insecticides. Manitoba Entomologist 1978; 10: 5-8

Weight gain response and efficacy of washing and various insecticide treatments for prevention of flies feeding on shear wounds of summer shorn lambs. Journal of Economic Entomology 70(1): 132-134

Weight gain, feed intake and carcass and meat quality of pigs depending on sex and castration. Revista de Cresterea Animalelor 25(5): 67-75

Weight gain, feed utilization and bone and liver mineral composition of pigs fed high or normal Ca-P diets from weaning to slaughter weight. Journal of Animal Science 41(4): 1053-1056

Weight gains during laying and selection for feed efficiency in the fowl. Annales de Genetique et de Selection Animale 8(4): 527-535

Weight gains in young rabbits. Allattenyesztes 25(3): 281-288

Weight gains of heifers fed grass-legume silage through a self-feeding gate from a bunker silo. Journal of Dairy Science 58(11): 1695-1700

Weight gains of purebred and crossbred Gyr cattle born in 1973 at Pariaguan, Anzoategui State. Agronomia Tropical 25(3): 221-234

Weight gains of young Friesian and Jersey bulls. New Zealand, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries: Agricultural research in the New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries Annual report of Research Division 1974-75: ; 53

Weight increase of cotton fibers during swelling in alkali as a sensitive measure of cellulose degradation in ruminal fluid. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 34(3): 302-307

Weight increase of some lichens as related to carbon dioxide exchange and thallus moisture. Fennoscandian tundra ecosystems Part 1 Plants and microorganisms: 135-137

Weight loss and chip quality of potatoes during storage. Transactions of the ASAE 18(6): 1197-1200

Weight loss and maximum storage time of the potato cultivars Purace and Capiro. Revista de la Facultad Nacional de Agronomia, Colombia 30(1): 28-65

Weight loss and quality in vacuum cooled endive. Annali dell' Istituto Sperimentale per la Valorizzazione Tecnologica dei Prodotti Agricoli 6: 193-200

Weight loss caused by development of Sitophilus zeamais Motsch. in maize. Journal of Stored Products Research 12(4): 269-272

Weight loss in relation to the length of small intestine left in continuity after jejunoileal shunt operation for obesity. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 9(2): 219-221

Weight loss of stored eggs and its effect on hatchability. Revista Avicultura 19(1): 21-23

Weight losses of groundnuts (Arachis hypogaea L.) from infestation by the mites Acarus siro L. and Tyrophagus putrescentiae (Schrank). Journal of Stored Products Research 12(2): 101-104

Weight of adult laboratory animals. Definition of basal conditions. Bollettino Della Societa Italiana di Biologia Sperimentale 52(20): 1723-1729

Weight of perirenal and mesenteric fat in Large White carcasses. Atti della Societa Italiana della Scienze Veterinarie 28: 636-638

Weight of the infant baboon (Papio cynocephalus) from birth to fifteen weeks. Laboratory Animal Science 26(6 Pt 1): 928-931

Weight of the liver and its relation to live and dressed weights of fat heifers. Stocarstvo 30(5/6): 173-182

Weight of the queen in relation to larval age at grafting, and to larval food. Apidologie 5(2): 127-147

Weight of worker and young queen bumble bees as an indicator of caste. Ezhegodnik 1973, Biologicheskie Issledovaniya na Severovostake Evropeiskoi chasti SSSR: 180-182

Weight prediction for 10 understory species in central Georgia. USDA Forest Service Research Note, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (SE-235): 3

Weight reduction and glucose intolerance in obesity. Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 101(9): 307-311

Weight reduction and serum insulin levels in hypothalamic obese monkeys. Journal of Medical Primatology 5(5): 276-283

Weight reduction and sugar deprivation in disorders of glucose tolerance. 2-year study on 131 normal and overweight persons. Muchener Medizinische Wochenschrift 118(46): 1481-1484

Weight reduction in obesity by outpatient semistarvation. JAMA 230(7): 987-991

Weight reduction with a high-protein, low-carbohydrate diet. Medizinische Klinik 71(24): 1051-1056

Weight relationships for Balsam Fir and Black Spruce in western Newfoundland. Information Report, Newfoundland Forest Research Centre, Canada (N-X-136): iii + 23

Weight scaling of pine sawlogs - a case study. Northern Logger and Timber Processor 26(2): 4, 20

Weight, height and arm circumference of a group of low income Esfahan children. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics and Environmental Child Health 24(3): 117-119

Weight-related susceptibility of larvae of Heliothis armigera to a crude nuclear-polyhedrosis virus preparation. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 23(3): 400-401

Weight-scaling - pulpwood. Northern Logger and Timber Processor 26(2): 5, 30-31, 34-35

Weight/length classification of nutritional status. Lancet ii(7927): 219-221

Weight/volume ratios for Appalachian hardwoods. USDA Forest Service Research Note, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (NE-202): 2

Weights and dimensions of testis in different classes of vertebrates from fish to man. Indian Medical Journal 69(2): 41-48

Weights and heights of Fijians from coastal and inland villages. New Zealand Medical Journal 87(605): 86-90

Weights of hunter-harvested mule deer in Utah. Utah Science 37(1): 11-13

Weis-Fogh clap and fling mechanism in Locusta. Nature, UK 269(5623): 53-54

Welfare and exchange rate effects of the Rhodesian trade embargo: an elasticity approach. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 58(4): 721-724

Welfare and population: notes on rural India since 1960. Population and Development Review 1(1): 33-70

Welfare and resource - use effects of farm adjustment: a study of the exodus from dairying in south-east Queensland. Industry Economics Monograph (14): vi + 20

Welfare benefits of the Food Stamp Program. Southern Economic Journal 43(1): 864-878

Welfare effects of stabilization in a vertical market chain. Southern Economic Journal 42(4): 633-643

Welfare gains from supply stabilization in the orange industry in Florida. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 36(8): 5434

Welfare implications of alternative classified pricing policies for milk. American journal of agricultural economics: 59(3) 525-529

Welfare implications of commodity storage under uncertainty. American journal of agricultural economics: 59(4) 639-651

Welfare implications of grain price stabilization: some empirical evidence for the United States. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 60(1): 74-84

Welfare implications of more accurate rational forecast prices. Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 20(2): 92-102

Welfare implications of stabilizing consumption and production. American journal of agricultural economics: 58(1) 13-20

Welfare measures in a multimarket framework. Working Paper, Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics, University of California (11): 33

Welfare practices in rural China. World Development 6(5): 609-619

Well-drained and low-lying meadows in the basin of the lower reaches of the Southern Sluch River. Ukrains' kii Botanichnii Zhurnal 34(6): 617-622

Well-drained and low-lying meadows of Zhitomir province. Ukrains' kii Botanichnii Zhurnal 34(6): 623-626

Wells' Blue Bunny Dairy Foods offers proof that there is still room for the independent. American Dairy Review 40(2): 46-49

Welsh scientists develop an Arabian oasis. Farmers Weekly 86(18): xvii...xxvii

Welsh timber trees - native and introduced. Welsh timber trees native and introduced (Ed. 4): xi + 165 + 25 pl.

Were the good yields of recent years sufficient to solve the problems of large arable farms?. Betriebswirtschaftliche Mitteilungen der Landwirtschaftskammer Schleswig Holstein (175): 11-19

Were workers of eusocial Hymenoptera initially altruistic or oppressed ?. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 71(3): 671-674

Werner's syndrome as hyaluronuria. Clinica Chimica Acta 62(1): 89-96

Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome on the basis of malnutrition and with possible medical provocation. Ugeskrift for Laeger 139(25): 1465-1469

Wesreo - a blackleg resistant rapeseed. Journal of Agriculture, Western Australia 19(2): 42

Wesselsbron disease: a literature review. Wesselsbron disease: a literature review: 13

West African hardwoods improvement project: research report 1971-1977. Triplochiton scleroxylon K. Schum. and other West African tropical hardwoods. West African hardwoods improvement project: research report 1971-1977 Triplochiton scleroxylon K Schum and other West African tropical hardwoods: 109 + 154

West African soils. West African soils: xii + 332 + 22 pl., 2 maps

West German agricultural exports up by 8 per cent. Agra Europe (711): N/1-N/3

West German varieties of cereals and potatoes as reflected in the area under seed. Die Westdeutschen Getreide und Kartoffelsortimente im Spiegel ihrer Vermehrungsflachen: 184

West Germany. Dairy production in 1975. Meat and Dairy Produce Bulletin 29(6): 376

West Midland region. Record of investigations 1977 (agriculture). West Midland region Record of investigations 1977 agriculture: 237

West Nile arbovirus disease, zoonosis of the Mediterranean coast of France. Bulletin de l' Academie Nationale de Medecine 159(6): 499-503

West Pennine Moors local plan. Approach to a plan. West Pennine Moors local plan Approach to a plan: viii+150

Westerhof, a natural population of Norway spruce to the west of the Harz Mts. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Dendrologischen Gesellschaft (66): 9-38

Western Canada's beekeeping industry. Canada Agriculture 21(3): 23-24

Western Community. A landscape analysis for urban development. Report, Pacific Forest Research Centre, Canada (BC-X-153): 47 + 1 map.

Western Hemisphere Nutrition Congress IV. Western Hemisphere Nutrition Congress IV: xvi + 407

Western Negev and Sinai ecosystems: comparative study of vegetation, albedo, and temperatures. Agro Ecosystems 2(1): 47-59

Western Regional Station, Bombay. India, National Dairy Research Institute: Annual report 1975: 267-272

Western bitterweed and annual broomweed control with a picloram and 2,4,5-T mixture. Proceedings of the 30th Annual Meeting of the Southern Weed Science Society: 247-251

Western encephalomyelitis. Canadian Journal of Public Health 67(Suppl. 1): 75

Western energy development as a type of rural industrialization: a partially annotated bibliography. Exchange Bibliography, Council of Planning Librarians (1298): 39

Western equine encephalomyelitis in horses in the Northern Red River Valley, 1975. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 170(12): 1396-1399

Western gall rust found in Virginia. Plant Disease Reporter 60(3): 222-223

Western trade in agricultural products. International economic relations of the western world, 1959-1971, Vol I: 285-402

Western wheatgrass transplants grow well on raw mine soil. Research Note, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (RM-345): 2

Western-conifer extractive chemistry aids the technologist. Information Report, Western Forest Products Laboratory, Canada (VP-X-142): 18

Westerwolds ryegrass - the limitations. Agriculture in Northern Ireland 50(1): 21-23

Wet and dry deposition of nutrients in central Alberta. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 9(3): 309-314

Wet or dry feeding of pigs. Krmiva 20(2/3): 47-48

Wet rot of brinjals (Solanum melongena L.) caused by Choanephora cucurbitarum (Berk & Rev.) Thaxter. Current Science 45(4): 156

Wet rot of sesame seedlings in India. Science and Culture 42(5): 269-270

Wet scrubbers - powder problems solved. Dairy Industries International 41(10): 366-369

Wet season selection of head cabbage varieties. Alafua Agricultural Bulletin 1(3): 8

Wet seed treatment to control Fusarium wilt of pea. Vegetable Science 3(1): 74-78

Wet soil stress effects on sweet potatoes. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 103(5): 600-603

Wettability of dipterocarp veneers. Wood Science 10(1): 22-27

Wettable sulphur and lime sulphur as winter fungicidal sprays on citrus. Rural Newsletter (62): 33

Wetting and interception in stands of Beech and Spruce in Nordrhein-Westfalen. III. Measuring rainfall in the forest. Allgemeine Forst und Jagdzeitung 147(12): 235-240

Wevopi self-propelled potato harvester for experimental fields. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Mechanisation of Field Experiments July 5-10, 1976, Iowa State University, Ames, USA [Marley, SJ; Buchele, WF Editors]: 157-159

Wevopi tool carrier and basic vehicle for the potato harvester for experimental fields. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Mechanisation of Field Experiments July 5-10, 1976, Iowa State University, Ames, USA [Marley, SJ; Buchele, WF Editors]: 159-160

Weyerhaeuser gets set for the 21st century. Fortune 95(4): 74...88

Whakarewarewa State Forest Park. New Zealand Wildlife 7(53): 1-10

What AD adds in Guernsey. Dairy Farmer 25(10): 43-44

What Katy does. Big Farm Mangement (October): 136

What USDA is looking for and will accept. Nutrition Reports International 16(2): 201-205

What a mixture - sesame, manure and tobacco! Tobacco variety registered. Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales 88(1): 39

What about bromes?. Fourrages (64): 53-70

What about deer farming?. Landowning in Scotland (172): 18-19

What advice and advisory methods do farmers in SE Friesland most value?. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 8(9): 745-749

What are infants fed in the United States?. Pediatrics 56(3): 350-354

What are new in artificial milk foods?. Minerva Dietologica 16(1): 1-10

What are tachinids?. Zashchita Rastenii (5): 60, 61

What are the Scandinavian dairy people doing for the developing countries?. Nordisk Mejeriindustri 4(5): 288-290

What are the costs of production with multiple stem systems in capsicums?. Groenten en Fruit 32(17): 784-785

What are the differences between the diameter of the b.a. mean stem and the arithmetical mean d.b.h. of a stand?. Forstwissenschaftliches Centralblatt 95(3): 175-180

What are the educational possibilities and job aims in Federal German viticulture?. Weinwirtschaft 114(7): 169-172

What are the main points of interest to the breeder in the new breeding and selection programme?. Mitteilungen Schweizerischer Fleckviehzuchtverband (3): 172-173

What are the prospects for container transport of slaughter pigs?. Fleischwirtschaft 57(6): 1185-1188

What are the prospects for creosote?. Holzindustrie 29(10): 305-307

What are the reasons for preserving small breed groups in European cattle breeding?. Tierzuchter 28(10): 442-444, 446

What becomes of food technologists?. Meieriposten 67(9): 273

What can Australia do to increase food production in the tropics?. Search 7(4): 119-124

What can be done about coccidiosis?. World Farming (April): 34, 40-42

What can neurophysiology tell us about olfaction?. Benz, G Editor in Chief: Structure activity relationships in chemoreception Proceedings of a symposium organized by the European Chemoreception Research Organization at the Swiss Federal Research Station for Fruit Growing, Horticulture, Viticulture and Technology, Wadenswil, Switzerland, 24th to 26th September 1975: 171-183

What can the Limousin contribute?. Elevage et Insemination (146): 3-13

What can the arable farmer expect from catch cropping?. DLG Mitteilungen 91(14): 778-779

What can we learn from Israel?. Dairy Farmer 24(2): 20-21, 23

What can we learn from the 1974 comparison of agro-chemical centres?. Kooperation 10(1): 40-43

What can we save by re-using those growing bags?. Horticulture Industry (November): 761-762

What causes lodging in cereals?. Farm and Food Research 6(2): 31-32

What chance has agriculture in the Tokyo round. World Economy 1(2): 177-194

What colour to select for banana bunch covers. Banana Bulletin 40(4): 2

What condition are your apples in when they reach the store?. American Fruit Grower 95(3): 22-23

What critical value of transferrin saturation identifies iron deficiency in nonanemic breast-fed infants?. Journal of Pediatrics 91(6): 1027

What dairymen can do to survive feed shortages and high feed prices. Feedstuffs 47(25): 18-19, 26

What do housewives and wage-earners think of our farmers?. Zuivelzicht 68(18): 407-408

What do new adult readers want? A survey of reader interest and preference in eight Iranian villages. Occasional Paper, IIALM, Tehran, 1977. Literacy Discussion 8(4): 77-84

What do successive frequency distributions show?. Agricultural Economics Research 27(3/4): 101-104

What do the agriculture and forestry industries expect from the Federal and provincial transport policies?. Innere Kolonisation 25(2): 51-52

What do the changes in the six state farms in Ninghsia forecast?. Hung ch' i (4): 72-76

What do we want from the carcass?. Meat animals: growth and productivity: 9-24

What do you really know about plastics?. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 160(10): 82, 84, 86, 90, 94, 98-100

What do you say after you say 'hello'?. Journal of Extension 15(July/August): 12-17

What does a pear plantation cost? Initial and establishment costs. Fruitteelt 68(16): 528-529

What does biological protection afford? An experiment in inter-farm co-operation. Zashchita Rastenii (8): 18-19

What does it cost to grow lettuce?. Boer en de Tuinder 84(14): 15

What does it cost to plant apples? Establishment and upkeep costs of an apple plantation. Fruitteelt 68(6): 168-170

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What foods do physical education majors and basic nutrition students recommend for athletes?. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 65(5): 541-544

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What future for beef production in Burgundy? Regional efforts and the markets for beef and beef products. Quel avenir pour la viande bovine en Bourgogne? Les entreprises regionales et les marches de la viande de boeuf et des produits transformes: 31

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What happens when microfilariae die?. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 1977; 70(5/6): 397-399

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What is imprinting? A contribution to the study of behaviour in livestock reared without their dams. Tierzuchter 27(9): 381-383

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What is sampling?. Boletin Divulgativo, Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales, Mexico (34): 10

What is tertiary hyperparathyroidism?. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Medicine 5(6): 551-556

What is the National Forest Inventory, what does it do and what is its importance?. Nota INF Inventario Nacional Forestal, Mexico (30): 39 + smry.

What is the best material for dairy industry pipelines?. American Dairy Review 37(8): 16-18

What is the best treatment for a patient who has recurrent vivax malaria despite two courses of chloroquine followed by primaquine?. British Medical Journal 1(6070): 1209

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What is the effect of gut strongyles on the growth of young grazing cattle?. Entreprises Agricoles (57): 8-14

What is the future for biological control of insects?. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 1975; 84: 476

What is the future of fallowing?. Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1976 (Vol. 31): 59-60

What is the future of wood-based boards?. Revue du Bois et de ses Applications 30(6): 19-32

What is the most economic size for a sugar mill?. ATAC Asociacion de Tecnicos Azucareros de Cuba 34(4): 4-12

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What is the position as regards forestry training at the ENGREF?. Bulletin de la Societe Forestiere de Franche Comte et des Provinces de l' Est 38(1): 7-10

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What is the present state of artificial insemination in cattle?. Mitteilungen Schweizerischer Fleckviehzuchtverband (1): 28-42

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What is there to see at the Experimental Fruit Garden at Geldermalsen?. Fruitteelt 66(29): 816-817

What is to be considered as a forest-tree variety?. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society Nihon Ringakkai Shi 58(2): 77-78

What is to be expected from the use of collapsible-mast skyline cranes?. Berichte, Eidgenossische Anstalt fur das Forstliche Versuchswesen (146): 10

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What is your grass worth?. Fisons Agricultural Technical Information (Spring): 34-37

What it costs to produce milk on a midwest dairy farm. Hoard' s Dairyman 121(20): 1171

What it takes to be an aseptic pioneer. Food Engineering International 1(11): 34-38

What kind of hops do breweries need?. Chmelarstvi 48(6): 89-90

What lighting for broiler production?. World' s Poultry Science Journal 33(4): 193-197

What limits world maize production?. Centro Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maiz y Trigo CIMMYT, Mexico: Mexico, CIMMYT: World wide maize improvement in the 70' s and the role for CIMMYT Proceedings of a symposium held at El Batan, Mexico, April 22-26, 1974: 2, 1-22

What lumber quality to expect from salvaged flooded timber. Canadian Forest Industries 93(10): 66-68

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What may vegetable producers actually expect from plastic films?. Pepinieristes Horticulteurs Maraichers (173): 51-55

What milk producers think about the bonus system. Meieriposten 67(23): 676-678

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What next?. Ceres 10(6): 29-32

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What possibilities does the four-spored mushroom Agaricus bitorquis offer to the breeder?. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 47(3): 125-131

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What research says about communicating with rural people. Media Asia 1(3): 41-50

What results can be obtained with nutrient supplementation?. Champignoncultuur 20(10): 279,281-283,285-287,289-291, 295

What risk of candidiasis from microspore filters in intravenous hyperalimentation?. Journal of the American Medical Association 229(4): 467

What row distance for scorzonera?. Mededeling, Provinciaal Onderzoek en Voorlichtingscentrum voor Land en Tuinbouw Rumbeke Beitem (174): 8

What saws do loggers need?. Lesnaya Promyshlennost' (11): 23-24

What sensation signals the salt taste threshold?. Chemical Senses and Flavor 2(2): 177-188

What sheep eat on developed and undeveloped high country. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute Review (31): 20-30

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What should be done with the wine. The package of proposals of the Commission for the special meeting in September. Agra Europe 16(31 Dok): 29

What should be the composition of milk production rations during the green fodder period?. Tierzuchter 28(4): 176-179

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What the food industry requires from dairy ingredients. Journal of the Society of Dairy Technology 31(2): 95-98

What the future holds for forages. Forage fertilization: 583-606

What tillage for corn on Ohio's sloping soils?. Ohio Report on Research and Development 61(2): 27-28

What to do about cumbungi in dams. Mineo Sheet, State Rivers and Water Supply Commission, Victoria: 4

What to do about farmers' debts?. Bangkok Bank Monthly Review 19(4): 179-182

What to sell to the Middle East: processed foods. International Trade Forum 11(4): 4-6, 37

What type of pastoral development for the Sahel?. Revue Tiers Monde 19(73): 161-169

What varieties shall we sow in the autumn?. Lantmannen 97(13): 7-9

What was known in ancient times about tree growth. Silva Fennica 10(1): 32-39

What we have learned from the International Mungbean Nurseries. The 1st international mungbean symposium: 97-100

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What's ahead in research. Forest Farmer 35(2): 8, 9, 38-40

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What's new in poly structures. Combined Proceedings of the International Plant Propagators' Society 26: 237-245

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What's new in the bottling line. Dairy Industries International 40(7): 256-257

What's new with yogurt fruits and flavors and other cultured products?. American Dairy Review 38(1): 19-21

What's new with yogurt fruits?. Cultured Dairy Products Journal 10(3): 16, 18

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Whatawhata Hill Country Research Station: its function, organization and current research programme. New Zealand Agricultural Science 9(2): 55-57

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Wheat - latest recommendations and research findings concerning Queensland's major grain crop. Queensland Agricultural Journal 101(3): 303-338

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Wheat X barley hybrids problems and potentials. Cereal Research Communications 4(3): 377-386

Wheat X rye = triticale. CIMMYT Today (5): 15pp

Wheat and barley. German Federal Re ic, Biologische Bundesanstalt fur Land und Forstwirtschaft in Berlin und Braunschweig: Annual report 1976, Federal Biological Institute of Agriculture and Forestry in Berlin and Brunswick: 140

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Wheat and barley improvement in the Syrian Arab Republic. Proceedings of the first FAO/SIDA seminar for plant scientists from Africa and the Near East, Cairo, Egypt, 1-20 September, 1973: 161-163

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Wheat and barley planting guide, 1976. Queensland Agricultural Journal 102(1): 95-98

Wheat and barley production in Iran with special reference to seed production. Zeitschrift fur Auslandische Landwirtschaft 15(3): 317-329

Wheat and barley response to nitrogen. California Agriculture 31(8): 10-11

Wheat and barley smut, although seed material was chemically treated. Pflanzenarzt 28(8): 94

Wheat and barley variety testing in central Queensland. Queensland Agricultural Journal 104(3): 285-288

Wheat and oat breeding for rust resistance in Spain. Poljoprivredna Znanstvena Smotra 39: 175-177

Wheat and roses. Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy, A 42(5): 347-353

Wheat and triticale research in Mexico. Arkansas Farm Research 25(6): 11

Wheat and wild oat response to SD-29761. Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1975 (Vol. 30): 37-38

Wheat breeding. Mitteilungen fur die Schweizerische Landwirtschaft 26(2): 49-56

Wheat breeding and genetics. Publication, University of Missouri (74-2): 50-51

Wheat breeding by hybridization. Tagungsbericht, Akademie der Landwirtschaftswissenschaften der Deutschen Demokratischen Re ik (154): 91-97

Wheat breeding for long-term leaf rust resistance in Romania. Bronnimann, A : Proceedings, fourth European and Mediterranean cereal rusts conference, 1976; Interlaken, Switzerland, Sessions 6 and 7: ; 133-135

Wheat breeding in Mexico and yield increases. Journal of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science 42(3): 139-148

Wheat cultivar Hanagasakomugi. Bulletin of the Tohoku National Agricultural Experiment Station (52): 13-30

Wheat cultivar identification by gliadin electrophoregrams. I. Apparatus, method and nomenclature. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 58(2): 505-515

Wheat cultivars for spring sowing in Regions IX and X. Investigacion y Progreso Agricola 8(1): 45-46

Wheat cultivars quickly identified by modified phenol test. Journal of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science 43(3/4): 148

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Wheat diseases in Kenya. Proceedings of the Fourth FAO/Rockefeller Foundation Wheat Seminar, Tehran, Iran, 21 May 2 June, 1973: 306-308

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Wheat germplasm resources - the program at the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center. Proceedings of the 9th National Conference on Wheat Utilization Research: 44-53

Wheat gluten as a pathogenic factor in schizophrenia. Science, USA 191(4225): 401-402

Wheat gluten diet: its effect on lysine-14C oxidation and incorporation into tissue protein. Nutrition Reports International 17(3): 321-327

Wheat grain as supplement for dairy cows on pasture. Memoria, Asociacion Latinoamericana de Produccion Animal 11: 107-108

Wheat grains and spinach leaves as accumulators of starch. Transport and transfer processes in plants [Wardlaw, IF; Passioura, JB Editors]: 73-83

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Wheat in Sicily. Localization and frequency of old varieties. Genetica Agraria 30: 105

Wheat in rotation with forage legumes. Information Bulletin, Cereal Improvement and Production, Near East Project 11(3): 15-18

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Wheat leaf RNA polymerases. Photosynthesis, two centuries after its discovery by Joseph Priestley Proceedings of the 2nd International Congress on Photosynthesis Research, Stresa, Italy, June 24-29, 1971: 2669-2675

Wheat leaf rust attacks crop yields. Farm, Ranch and Home Quarterly, Nebraska, USA 24(1): 16-17

Wheat leaf rust in North Dakota in 1975 and 1976. Plant Disease Reporter 61(7): 591-594

Wheat mutants in Brazil. Mutation Breeding Newsletter (10): 4-5

Wheat mutants with improved protein. Mutation Breeding Newsletter (6): 2

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Wheat pests. Report, CENTO Scientific Programmerecd 1978; (22): iii + 88

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Wheat policies of major exporting countries 1920-73. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 37(5): p.3055A

Wheat production and marketing in Britain. Agriculture Abroad 31(5): 42-46

Wheat production costs in the Southwestern and Panhandle areas of Nebraska, 1974. [Publication] Nebraska Agricultural Experiment Station (SB539): 10

Wheat production estimates using satellite images. Agronomy Journal 67(3): 361-364

Wheat production in Taiwan under a multiple cropping system. Extension Bulletin, Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (94): 8

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Wheat production in the Yemen Arab Republic. Tunisia, Ministry of Agriculture: Proceedings, third Regional Wheat Workshop Tunis, Tunisia, April 28 May 2, 1975: 367-369

Wheat production under alternative production functions. Pakistan Development Review 13(2): 222-225

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Wheat productivity at different nitrogen levels and plant densities. Rasteniev"dni Nauki 14(3): 56-67

Wheat productivity estimates using LANDSAT data. Report, Environmental Research Institute of Michigan (ERIM-114800-37-L): 13pp

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Wheat quality since Farrer: 1906 to 1975. Journal of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science 42(1): 28-33

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Wheat research of the Cereal Research Institute in Szeged. Cereal Research Communications 3(3): 245-253

Wheat response to N, P and K in soils of Parana. Annals of the Fifteenth Brazilian Congress of Soil Science: 239-243

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Wheat root configuration under phosphate stress. Bulletin, The Royal Society of New Zealand (12): 121-125

Wheat root penetration and total available water on a range of soil types. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture and Animal Husbandry 16(81): 570-577

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Wheat seed production and regulation in Tunisia. Tunisia, Ministry of Agriculture: Proceedings, third Regional Wheat Workshop Tunis, Tunisia, April 28 May 2, 1975: 149-177

Wheat seed treatment in the Kokchetav district. Trudy Kazakhskogo Nauchno Issledovatel' skogo Instituta Zashchity Rastenii 11: 271-279

Wheat situation in Jordan. Proceedings of the first FAO/SIDA seminar for plant scientists from Africa and the near East, Cairo, Egypt, 1-20 September, 1973: 158-160

Wheat spindle streak mosaic virus in Kentucky. Plant Disease Reporter 59(11): 888-889

Wheat starch (structural aspects). Bread Social, nutritional and agricultural aspects of wheaten bread: 141-160

Wheat susceptibility to phenoxyalkanoic herbicides. Proceedings of the 30th Annual Meeting of the Southern Weed Science Society: 70

Wheat varieties and seed germination in Siberia. Vopr povysheniya produktivn zern kul' tur: 108-113

Wheat varieties for 1977. Agri Sept (601): 4

Wheat varieties in the balance. Big Farm Management (September): 49-53

Wheat varieties of furture. Agriculture, Pakistan 1974; 24(1): 1-6

Wheat varieties resistant to Puccinia graminis. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 58(3): 143-145

Wheat varieties susceptible to powdery mildew. California Agriculture 30(10): 18

Wheat varieties. Characteristics of the most recent wheat varieties registered for 1977. Bolsa de Cereales 104(2912): 25-28

Wheat varieties: how to recognize them?. Bulletin des Anciens Eleves de l' Ecole de Meunerie (268): 185-188

Wheat variety X fertilizer response study. Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University (P716): 10-11

Wheat variety recommendations. Tasmanian Journal of Agriculture 49(1): 43-44

Wheat yield as influenced by new varieties and sowing depth under rainfed conditions. Science and Culture 43(10): 440-441

Wheat yield loss related to stem rust severity in hill plots. Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society 1: 119

Wheat yields and the effectiveness of mineral fertilizers depending on preceding crops and agrochemical properties of soils. Sibirskii Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki (4): 8-14

Wheat, barley and corn silages for growing steers and lambs. Journal of Animal Science 42(1): 185-191

Wheat, barley and oat varieties completing primary trials in 1974. Journal of the National Institute of Agricultural Botany 8(3): 386-413

Wheat, barley and oat varieties completing primary trials in 1975. Journal of the National Institute of Agricultural Botany 14(1): 105-156

Wheat, barley and oat varieties completing primary trials in 1976. Journal of the National Institute of Agricultural Botany 14(2): 324-346

Wheat, chemistry and technology. Wheat, chemistry and technology (Ed.2): 821

Wheat, milo and corn as ingredients in feeds for young turkeys. Nutrition Reports International 11(4): 345-349

Wheat, oats and barley yields compared in the Peace River region. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 57: 311

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Wheat-barley hybrids and addition lines. 3rd International Congress of the Society for the Advancement of Breeding Researches in Asia and Oceania SABRAO Plant Breeding Papers: 1-2 Variability a Reorganizing existing variability: 9-13

Wheat-cleaning plant from Uzwil. Milling Feed and Fertiliser 160(8): 16-17, 41

Wheat-germ aspartate transcarbamylase: reversible ligand-dependent aggregation behaviour in vitro. Biochemical Society Transactions 6(1): 197-200

Wheat-rye amphidiphoids: a new source of plant protein. Probl belka v s kh: 173-180

Wheat-rye amphidiploids and their hybrids. (Experiment in breeding research 1967-1972). Selektsiya ozimoi pshenitsy v Moldavii: 92-138

Wheat-rye hybrid Zhitnitsa 1 as a promising variety for Poles'e. Sb Nauch Rabot NIISKH Tsentral' no Chernozemnoi Polosy 13(1): 106-109

Wheat-rye hybrid Zhitnitsa-1 - a promising cultivar for the forest steppe zone of the Ukraine. Sbornik Nauchnykh Rabot, Nauchno issledovatel' skii Institut Tsentral' no chernozemnoi Polosy 13(1, I): 106-109

Wheat-rye hybrid for fodder. Zemledelie (11): 51

Wheat-rye hybrids. Korma (1): 43

Wheat-rye hybrids and their amphidiploids as initial material for breeding winter wheat. Nauch tr Voronezh s kh in t 83: 50-54

Wheat-rye hybrids as initial material for breeding winter wheat. Selektsiya i agrotekhn sakhar svekly i drugikh kul' tur: 126-130

Wheat-sunflower intercropping advantageous over wheat-safflower mixtures. Current Research 5(8): 129-131

Wheatclene - a new product for the combined control of wild oats, blackgrass and broad-leaved weeds. AgTec, Fisons Agricultural Technical Information (Spring): 16

Wheatears of north-western Mongolia (a contribution to their distribution, ecology and epizootological importance). International and national aspects of the epidemiological surveillance of plague scientific conference Volume I; Volume II: Mezhdunarodnye i natsional' nye aspekty epidnadzora pri chume k nauchnoi konferentsii Chast' I; Chast' II: 18-20

Wheats in North Africa. III. Results of an expedition in the Algerian-Tunisian Atlas. Annali della Facolta di Agraria, Universita de Bari 28: 401-414

Wheats of North Africa. Results of an expedition to north-east Algeria. Annali della Facolta di Agraria, Universita di Bari1975; 27: 671-686

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Wheats rich in crude protein in feeds for broilers. 3. Weight gains, utilization of nutrients and yields of crude protein and gross energy. Archiv fur Tierernahrung 26(12): 833-838

Wheats. Triticum spp. Evolution of crop plants: 120-128

Wheel traffic on regrowth and production of summer annual grasses. Agronomy Journal 67(3): 423-426

Wheeled vehicles for operations in raft assembly work. Lesnaya Promyshlennost' (3): 16-17

Whelping results at Helves Experimental Farm. Norsk Pelsdyrblad 50(10): 404

Whelping results at the experimental farms. Finsk Palstidskrift 11(9): 369-370

When Caenorhabditis elegans (Nematoda: Rhabditidae) bumps into a bead. Canadian Journal of Zoology 54(4): 566-570

When and how much to reproduce: the trade-off between power and efficiency. American Zoologist 16(4): 763-774

When can durum wheat be competitive?. DLG Mitteilungen 91(12): 684-686

When do fallow deer feed?. Deer 4(4): 215-218

When do fertilizers produce greater effect?. Zemledelie (10): 66

When does lactose malabsorption matter in adults?. British Medical Journal 2(5967): 351-352

When does the shield bug fly?. Zashchita Rastenii (10): 34

When familiarity breeds content or how a good relationship between cowman and cows can increase the milk yield. Farmers Weekly 83(1): v-vi

When is a culture really Lactobacillus acidophilus. Journal of Food Protection 40(8): 573

When is a husbandry method proven - after ten years? Breeding barrier maintained guinea-pigs on diets with and without hay. Guinea Pig News Letter (9): 27-32

When is a peasant not a peasant: first thought on rural proletarianisation in Papua New Guinea. History of Agriculture Discussion Paper, Department of Primary Industry, University of Papua New Guinea (7): 21

When is a silage ready for feeding?. Tierzucht 28(8): 354-355

When is plant protection effective?. Ovoshcharstvo 55(3): 7-8

When is trade more valuable than aid?. Journal of Development Studies 13(1): 35-41

When it comes to competing with weeds some are more equal than others. Crops and Soils 28(6): 7-9

When it pays to shade planted tree seedlings. State Forest Notes, California Division of Forestry (55): 6

When should mildew control end?. Groenten en Fruit 34(4): 57

When should capsicum fruits be harvested?. B"lgarski Plodove, Zelenchutsi i Konservi (9): 32

When should dairy cows be culled?. Elevage Bovin (13): 57-59

When summers are long and hot, bitorquis is the answer. Grower 88(9): 389-391

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When the oil runs out. Farmers Weekly 88(3): 83-85, 87

When the roe deer becomes a silvicultural problem. Monti e Boschi 27(3): 29-32

When to apply farmyard manure to soil?. Zemledelie (12): 66-67

When to cut lucerne. Zemledelie (5): 74

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When to sow scorzonera?. Boer en de Tuinder 84(16): 13

When to think of celiac disease. The classical features of gluten sensitive enteropathy are often absent. Clinical Pediatrics 14(1): 76-82

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When will they ever learn?. Adult Education and Development (9): 5-6

When winter cereals have thin stands. Zemledelie (1): 60-61

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Where a new variety is born. Sel' skaya Nov' (7): 10-12

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Where contradictory theory and practice co-exist. Unasylva 29(115): 2-17, 40

Where cotton counts. How has cotton production in the Middle East weathered the recession?. Textile Asia 7(8): 93-94

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