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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 801

Chapter 801 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Weight and height measurements of public high-school students in Central Luzon. FNRI Seminar Reports Series (4): 13

Weight and moisture content in developing eggs of surface grasshopper, Chrotogonus trachypterus trachypterus (Blanch.) (Acridoidea: Pyrgomorphidae). Zeitschrift fuer Angewandte Zoologie, 652: 139-149

Weight and number of fruits in hybrids and in the seed progeny of tomato grafts. Nauch tr Voronezh s kh in t 85: 140-146

Weight and packing density of crownvetch seed in relation to year of production and germination. Journal of Seed Technology 1(1): 64-70

Weight and specific gravity of the haemolymph in active and diapausing larvae of Pectinophora gossypiella Saunders. Proceedings of the Fourth Conference of Pest Control, September 30 October 3, 1978 Part I: 366-373

Weight and uniformity estimators using catching pen sampling methods. Poultry Science 59(2): 465-467

Weight and volume tolerances for liquid milk products in Scandinavia. Nordisk Mejeriindustri 5(11): 571-572

Weight changes of cows during pregnancy and after calving. Zuchtungskunde 51(1): 71-84

Weight crisis of Sahelian zebu cattle at the beginning of the rainy season. Experimental study of contributing factors and possible control means. Revue d' Elevage et de Medecine Veterinaire des Pays Tropicaux 32(3): 277-284

Weight gain and body composition of growing dogs given rations rich in fat or carbohydrate of the same energy value. Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 86(6): 215 . . . 220

Weight gain and the outcome of pregnancy. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 135(1): 3-9

Weight gain during the dry season on ferrer, star and pangola grasses by weaned cattle given supplement or not before weaning in Aldama, Tamps. Tecnica Pecuaria en Mexico (30): 18-22

Weight gain in chickens poisoned with methylmercury chloride. Annali della Facolta di Medicina Veterinaria di Torino 25: 39-44

Weight gains of cows fed on five grass pastures intensively managed in the humid hill region of Puerto Rico. Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 64(2): 43-46

Weight gains of heifers grazing Gahi 1, Gahi 3, and Tifleaf 1 hybrid pearl millet. Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Stations, University of Georgia (274): 8

Weight gains of lambs resulting from the insemination of criollo ewes with semen from Suffolk and Polled Dorset rams in Ajusco district. Veterinaria, Mexico 10(2): 140-141

Weight loss and nutrient changes in decomposing litter and forest floor material in New Brunswick forest stands. Canadian Journal of Botany 56(21): 2730-2749

Weight loss from detached orchid leaves: Calyptrochilum christyanum and C. emarginatum. American Orchid Society Bulletin 47(3): 217-223

Weight loss of fed steers and marketing-decision implications. Special Report, Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station (82): 14

Weight loss of litter and cellulose bags in a thinned white spruce forest in interior Alaska. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 8(1): 42-46

Weight loss over time. Concomitants and consequences of a decreasing rate. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 75(3): 258-261

Weight loss, slower growth and lower fasting heat production rates following LH lesions in female rats. Physiology and Behavior 23(1): 121-127

Weight losses during storage of potato tubers in presence of tubers infected by late blight. Tidsskrift for Planteavl 82(2): 262

Weight losses in normal or spur clones of Golden Delicious apples during cold storage. Bulletin de l' Institut International du Froid 59(4): 1162

Weight losses in perishable foods. Rassegna Chimica 30(4): 263-265

Weight of hide in relation to live weight of Indian dairy cattle. A preliminary study. Kerala Journal of Veterinary Science 10(1): 99-102

Weight of poplar wood as a trade measurement. Populier 15(4): 82-83

Weight reduction and renal mineral and hormonal excretions during semi-starvation in obese patients. Pediatric Research 13(4, II): 397

Weight reduction in overweight diabetics: a double-blind study with diethylpropionate. Wiener Klinische Wochenschrift 91(13): 455-458

Weight reduction utilizing a protein-sparing modified fast. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 76(4): 343-346

Weight scaling for southwestern ponderosa pine. USDA Forest Service Research Paper, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (RM-181): 9

Weight scaling for tree-length hardwood sawlogs in New York. AFRI Research Report, Applied Forestry Research Institute, State University of New York 10(14): 6

Weight tables for hardwoods in Central Coast Counties, California. State Forest Notes, California Division of Forestry (70): 4

Weight variability of the afterbirth of mares in relation to various biological factors. Veterinarni Medicina 24(7): 429-442

Weight, sex, and feeder cattle price differentials: a theoretical and empirical analysis. Proceedings AAEA Meeting, August 1978:

Weight-density relationships in ramet populations of clonal perennial herbs, with special reference to the -3/2 power law. Journal of Ecology 67(1): 21-33

Weight-related susceptibility to an insecticide in Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae). Journal of Stored Products Research, 161: 33-38

Weighted pricer. United States Patent: (4 159 587)

Welcoming address. Verhandlungen der Anatomischen Gesellschaft: 20-22

Welfare and wanderers: the organisation of social services for pastoralists. Overseas Development Institute Review 1: 70-87

Welfare aspects of state intervention in agriculture. Finance and Trade Review 13(4): 59-81

Welfare costs and interregional income transfers due to regulation of dairy markets. In: Proceedings of the Winter Meeting of the AAEA, Atlanta, Georgia, 28-30 December, 1979. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 62(2): 288-296

Welfare impacts of milk orders and the antitrust immunities for cooperatives. In: Proceedings of the Winter Meeting of the AAEA, Atlanta, Georgia, 28-30 December, 1979. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 62(2): 270-278

Welfare implications of price variability. Contributed paper February 1978 meeting, Southern Agricultural Economics Association:

Welfare in rural areas: the North Carolina-Iowa income maintenance experiment. Welfare in rural areas: the North Carolina Iowa income maintenance experiment: xii+273

Welfare rights and access to information. Poverty Pamphlet, Child Poverty Action Group (37): 100-106

Well casings and screens from single stalks of bamboo, and a manually operated slotter. Appropriate Technology 5(1): 10-11

Well prepared for use in the youth project Central Harvest Engineering (ZET). Getreidewirtschaft 12(7): 158-159

Well-branched trees for early fruit crops. ARC Research Review 5(1): 3-5

Wells II released to producers. Purdue Agriculture Reports 8(2): 14

Wells and ponds: water quality and supply. Bulletin, Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Illinois (758): 34

Welsh Plant Breeding Station Report for 1977. Welsh Plant Breeding Station Report for 1977: 257

Welsh Plant Breeding Station Report for 1978. Welsh Plant Breeding Station Report for 1978: 287

Welsh triticale. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 58(3): 879-880

Wensleydale sheep - the kemp killers. Ark 5(11): 388-390

Wensleydale statistics. Ark 5(12): 432

Were U. S. crop yields random in recent years?. Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics 10(2): 139-142

Were the leopard cat and the sand cat among the ancestry of domestic cat races ?. Carnivore 1(2): 106-108

Were there forests in the Yemen?. Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies 9: 65-71

Wernicke's encephalopathy. Ugeskrift for Laeger 140(29): 1769

Wernicke's encephalopathy: a more common disease than realised. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry 42(3): 226-231

West Africa Rice Development Association (WARDA). Proceedings of the workshop on the genetic conservation of rice A survey of rice genetic resources and conservation in Africa and the Americas Abstracts of reports: Abstracts: 17-18

West Africa fertilizer study; Vol. V: Niger. AID Research and Development Abstracts 6(4): p. 15

West Africa fertilizer study; Vol. VII: Mauritania. AID Research and Development Abstracts 6(4): 15-16

West Africa fertilizer study; vol. V: Niger. West Africa fertilizer study; vol V: Niger (Publication PN-AAG-271): 50

West Africa fertilizer study; vol. VI: Chad. West Africa fertilizer study; vol VI: Chad (Publication PN-AAG-272): 59

West Africa fertilizer study; vol. VII: Mauritania. West Africa fertilizer study; vol VII: Mauritania (Publication PN-AAG-273): 40

West Africa research proposals and areas of cooperation. Proceedings of the research planning conference on root knot nematodes, Meloidogyne spp, 7-11 June, 1976, Ibadan, Nigeria: 73-74

West African fertilizer study; vol. II: Senegal. West African fertilizer study; vol II: Senegal (Publication PN-AAG-270): 67

West African weeds. West African weeds: 225

West Coast forum on appropriate technology, a final report for National Science Foundation Contract No. C-ISP-78-22989 to conduct a West Coast forum on appropriate technology, held in Tucson, Arizona, September 21, 1978. West Coast forum on appropriate technology, a final report for National Science Foundation Contract No C ISP 78-22989 to conduct a West Coast forum on appropriate technology, held in Tucson, Arizona, September 21, 1978: 59

West German dairy market. Parts, 1, 2, and 3. Agra Europe, UK (814; 815; 816): D/1-D/4; D/4-D/6; D/1-D/3

West Germany. A study of the international travel market. West Germany A study of the international travel market: 78

West Kazakh Mutton-Wool sheep. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov Kazakhskii Nauchno Issledovatel' skii Tekhnologicheskii Institut Ovtsevodstva: 95-103

West Malaysia - a developing country in transition. Problems, trends, opportunities. Tubinger Geographische Studien, Geographischen Instituts der Universitat Tubingen (70): 199

West Virginia University Allegheny Highlands Project: I. A delivery system for forage-livestock production. American Society of Animal Science Northeast Section June 17-19, 1979 West Virginia University:

West Wales Farm Park. Farming and wildlife demonstration walk. West Wales Farm Park Farming and wildlife demonstration walk: 24

Western Agricultural Research Station. Kenya, Ministry of Agriculture: Annual report of the Scientific Research Division 1973: 123-138

Western Canadian chalk brood disease survey of honey bees, 1976. American Bee Journal 117(8): 494-496, 505

Western Europe. National forest inventory Joint meeting of IUFRO groups S402 Forest Resource Inventory and S404 Forest Management Planning and Managerial Economics, 18-24 June 1978, Bucharest, Romania:

Western Fertilizer Handbook. Western Fertilizer Handbook: 250

Western Gall rust on radiata pine and tree growth. International Union of Forest Research Organizations: Meeting of IUFRO Working Groups S 20612 and 20707 Pests and diseases of tropical pines: Reunion de los Grupos de Trabajo de la IUFRO S 20612 y 20707 Plagas y Enfermedades de Pinos en el Tropico ' Piedras Blancas' , Medellin, Colombia, Septiembre 3-14, 1978: 1

Western Gulf forest tree improvement program. Circular, Forest Genetics Laboratory, Texas Forest Service: 9-13

Western Ohio grain flows and transportation modes, 1975-76. Research Circular, Ohio Agricultural Research Development Center (244): 14

Western Oklahoma sandhill prairie yield and crude protein response to atrazine, nitrogen and 2,4-D during drought. Arid land plant resources Proceedings of the International Arid Lands Conference on Plant Resources, Lubbock, Texas, 1978: 564-573

Western Reservoir and Stream Habitat Improvements Handbook. U S Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Biological Services, [Publication] (FWS/OBS-78/56): 250

Western Samoa launches a national park program. Parks 3(4): 5-8

Western Samoa: The Samoa methodist land development programme. Appropriate technology for development: A discussion and case histories: 249-262

Western Society of Weed Science, Proceedings. Western Society of Weed Science, Proceedings 30: v + 106

Western Visayas PHI/77/003 - United Nations Development Programme assistance to the National Water Resources Council: Ilog-Hilabangan river basin. Western Visayas PHI/77/003 United Nations Development Programme assistance to the National Water Resources Council: Ilog Hilabangan river basin: xiii + 150

Western coal: energy versus agriculture. Proceedings AAEA Meeting, August 1978:

Western corn rootworm pheromone; field studies. Proceedings of the North Central Branch of the Entomological Society of America 1979; 33: 60

Western encephalitis activity in Utah in 1978. Proceedings and papers of the thirty first annual meeting of the Utah Mosquito Abatement Association held at The Homestead, Midway, Utah October 1-4, 1978: 39

Western encephalitis virus in Pennsylvania mosquitoes. Mosquito News 38(2): 292-293

Western equine and St. Louis encephalitis viruses in the Finney Lake habitat of repetitive Culex tarsalis activity. Proceedings and papers of the Forty fifth Annual Conference of the Californian Mosquito and Vector Control Association, Inc, February 13-16, 1977,, held at the Riviera Hotel and Country Club, Palm Springs, California: 6-9

Western forest insects. Miscellaneous Publication, US Department of Agriculture 1978; (1339): vii + 654

Western ideas in the teacher training of developing countries. Unterrichtswissenschaft 6(3): 205-213

Western irrigation, development and agricultural commodity supply. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 61(5): 1107-1127

Western juniper communities on rangelands of the Pacific Northwest. Proceedings of the first international rangeland congress, Denver, Colorado, USA, August 14-18, 1978 [Hyder, DN Editor]: 201-204

Western medicine in India: epidemics and other tropical diseases. [History of Science, Technology and Medicine in India, Volume 12]: xii + 331

Western myall (Acacia sowdenii), its survival prospects and management needs. Australian Rangeland Journal 1(1): 64-69

Western pine-shoot borer: a threat to intensive management of ponderosa pine in the Rocky Mountain area and Southwest. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (RM-45): 8

Westernization of diet and serum lipids in Ethiopians. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 31(6): 1028-1040

Westfalia SZ 400 and SZ 700 feed dispensers (Westfalia Separator, Oelde, German Federal Republic). Instituut voor Mechanisatie, Arbeid en Gebouwen, Wageningen, Netherlands: Individual tests: Merkenonderzoek (760): 5

Westin, an early orange variety for north-western Argentina. Circular, Estacion Experimental Agricola de Tucuman (206): 4

Wet beri-beri in an alcoholic after gastrectomy. British Journal of Clinical Practice 33(4): 119-121

Wet fractionation research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Proceedings of the Second International Green Crop Drying Congress [Howarth, RE Editor]: 24-35

Wet green crop fractionation in Italy. Proceedings of the Second International Green Crop Drying Congress [Howarth, RE Editor]: 11-21

Wet preservation of leaf protein concentrate by lactobacilli. Biotechnology & Bioengineering 21(4): 721-723

Wet storage of roundwood under plastic sheeting. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen 130(2): 166-179

Wet sugar beet pulp as winter feed for lactating cows. Agricultura Tecnica 40(3): 95-100

Wether lamb fattening in the hills. Agriculture in Northern Ireland 54(6): 156-160

Wetland classification and mapping in western Tennessee. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 45(3): 273-284

Wetland classification in the United States. Journal of Forestry 76(10): 666-668

Wetland ecology. Current Trends in Indian Environment Workshop on Environmental Education, Indian National Science Academy, New Delhi, India, July 1977: 189-192

Wetlands. Town and Country Planning 48(9): 296-298

Wetlands and agriculture. Conservation and Agriculture Davidson, J; Lloyd, R, Editors: 59-79

Wetlands enhancement using secondary effluent. National Conference on Environmental Engineering, Kansas City, Missouri, July 1978: 349-356

Wetline technique for prescribed burning firelines in rangeland. USDA Forest Service Research Note, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (PNW-292): 6

Wettability of modified wood, and its influence on adhesion. Lesnoi Zhurnal (4): 72-75

Wettability of wood pulp fibers: applicability of methodology. Wood and Fiber 8(2): 120-128

Wetwood and slime flux in landscape trees. Journal of Arboriculture 6(9): 247-249

Wexford Creamery Ltd. and Cow & Gate Ireland Ltd. Nordeuropaeisk Mejeri Tidsskrift 44(8): 233-240

Whale park. Oceans 11(2): 8-15

Whalers village: an interpretive museum in a shopping center. Parks 4(1): 11-12

Whales and dolphins. (Monographic outline). Kity i del' finy Monograficheskii ocherk:

What North American farmers want in 1978. World Agriculture 27(2/3): 7-19

What about the farmworkers? a trade union view. Journal of Agricultural Economics, UK 29(3): 235-242

What about the future of bread wheat?. Informatore Agrario 33: 27556-27562

What are sister chromatid exchanges?. Chromosomes Today Volume 6 Proceedings of the Sixth International Chromosome Conference held in Helsinki, Finland, August 29-31, 1977: 315-326

What are the basic requirements of a good kiln?. South Africa, Department of Forestry: Symposium on timber seasoning, held in Pretoria, South Africa, Aug 1968: recd 1978; 13

What are the quality requirements of the industrial producer using maize as a raw material?. Kalibriefe 14(5): 341-344

What are you raising, cattle or worms?. Agricultura de las Americas 27(4): 26, 31-32

What aspects are presented by the present state of working on interspecific hybrids in spring barley?. Welche Aspekte ergeben sich aus dem gegenwartigen Bearbeitungszustand interspezifischer Bastarde bei der Sommergerste?: 40

What can an avocado tree produce?. Information Bulletin, Citrus and Subtropical Fruit Research Institute (73): 4

What can farmers afford to pay for land ?. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics (CAES Proceedings): 132-138

What characters determine the price of freesias?. Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 35(32): 20-21, 23

What choice for the peasants?. New African (147): 47-48

What consequences should the dairy industry expect when faults occur in nuclear power stations?. Deutsche Molkerei Zeitung 101(24): 930-933

What could be done to combat desertification. Advances in Desert and Arid Land Technology and Development 1: 5-22

What cropping system for New York dairy farms? An analysis of the Aurora rotation experiment. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 38(5): 1982

What designers should know about pneumatic transport of chips. Bumazhnaya Promyshlennost' (10): 24-25

What determines beef prices?. Minnesota Agricultural Economist (603): 1-6

What disadvantages are due to maize blister smut? Influence of maize blister smut on feed value of silage and on the health of dairy cows. Mais 4: 26-28

What do farm young people expect from advisory services?. Forderungsdienst 26(12): 327-333

What does 'development aid' do for African women? Some examples of gains and losses from Upper Volta and Mali. Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit (9): 13-15

What does an excluder exclude?. Bees and Honey (May): 1-3

What does cassava contain?. Petrobras (270): 24-29

What does the Tokyo Round provide for Austria?. Forderungsdienst 27(11): 312...317

What does the headless cockroach remember?. Animal Learning and Behavior 6(3): 249-257

What does the peasant think of agrarian reform?. Que piensa el campesino de la reforma agraria?: 188

What economic benefit do individual farms derive from increasing milk yield?. Tierzuchter 31(7): 280-282

What every housewife knows about food - or does she?. Nutrition and Food Science (54): 17-18

What factors are involved in the onset of ripening in climacteric fruit?. Commentaries in Plant Science (37): 11

What future for a medieval estate? In: Selling surplus public property. Chartered Surveyor, Supplement 112(9): 24-25

What future for the Sahel region?. Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit (4): 10-11

What future for the Sahel?. Esprit (2): 51-57

What future for upland amenity woodlands?. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 74(1): 7-20

What future is there for mountain farming?. Economie Rurale (128): 4-6

What goes wrong in those new dairy setups?. Hoard' s Dairyman 125(6): 442, 454

What happened at Humberside. A review of Humberside AHA's pilot scheme of 1976. Nursing Times 73(36): Suppl 50-1

What happened to stimulation?. New Zealand Journal of Agriculture 136(7): 57, 59

What happens during the seasoning of timber?. South Africa, Department of Forestry: Symposium on timber seasoning, held in Pretoria, South Africa, Aug 1968: recd 1978; 7

What happens when the price of timber increases?. Norsk Skogindustri 33(2): 37-41

What has been happening to rural income distribution in Bangladesh?. Development and Change 10(3): 385-401

What has really happened to meat demand?. Meat Demand Trends (1): 2-9

What hazards are associated with the use of anabolic agents for meat production?. ARC Research Review 5(2): 63-66

What if the peasantry still exists?. Comercio Exterior de Mexico 28(6): 699-713

What influence does the colony population have on brood production, and on the development and swarming impulse of the colony?. Birokteren 93(1/2): 18-24

What information does the breeder want from the programme, and how does it affect the method of analysis?. Rapporter och Uppsatser, Institutionen for Skogsgenetik (23): 19-35

What investigations have shown. Zashchita Rastenii (12): 33

What is 'Haku-Jo'?. National Cactus and Succulent Journal 35(1): 22

What is 'Panama wood' ?. Revue Forestiere Francaise 30(1): 78-79

What is 'Sarcocystis' mucosa?. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 73(1): 91-92

What is a herbicide? - present and future. 3e Symposium sur le Desherbage des Cultures Tropicales, Dakar, 1978 (Vol. 1): 16-30

What is alloxydim-sodium?. Defense des Vegetaux 32(194): 229-240

What is burned in a prescribed fire?. DNR Notes, Department of Natural Resources, Washington (16): 7

What is ecology from a botanist's point of view?. Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta, Biologiya (1): 47-50

What is germination?. The physiology and biochemistry of seed dormancy and germination: 7-28

What is going on in the negotiations for Lome II. Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit (8): 5-8

What is happening about surpluses? The EC drinks market is faced with far-reaching upheavals. Ernahrungswirtschaft (1): A4-A8

What is happening to the beef production of German Black Pieds?. Tierzuchter 31(8): 317-319

What is left of bacterial and parasitic stomatitis. La Revue du Praticien 28(21): 1601-1608

What is new and old in chipping?. USA, TAPPI: TAPPI alkaline pulping/secondary fibers conference, Washington, DC, Nov 7-10, 1977: 117-121

What is new and promising in stone fruit cultivars. Compact Fruit Tree 12: 60-63

What is new in acute gastro-enteritis?. Central African Journal of Medicine 26(3): 55-59

What is new in mango research. Punjab Horticultural Journal 18(1/2): 7-13

What is practical work in education?. Ausbildung und Beratung in Land und Hauswirtschaft 32(4): 63-65

What is progress?. Milk Producer, UK 26(3): 13

What is the Green Sahel?. Planification Habitat Information (93): 11-16

What is the European Lowland ?. Husdjur (2): 26-27

What is the basis of the stability of apical meristems?. Monograph, British Plant Growth Regulator Group (3): 1-9

What is the biological significance of 21-acyl corticosterone, the predominant form of the hormone in lactating rat mammary acini?. Federation Proceedings 38(3, I): 483

What is the effect of insulation of livestock buildings on the energy consumption. Paper to meeting Energie en landbouw, Nederlandse Vereniging Techniek in de Landbouw en de Kring, May 1978, Wageningen. Elektrotechniek 56(11): 824-826

What is the function of the baldcypress knees?. HortScience 13(3, sect. 2): 342

What is the future of different types of market milk?. Technique Laitiere (927): 31-35

What is the future of hybrid wheats?. Annales de l' Amelioration des Plantes 29(2): 131-144

What is the origin of sodium in hypernatremic dehydration ?. European Journal of Pediatrics 133(2): 183

What is the present state of genetic improvement of gaboon in Gabon?. Revue Forestiere Francaise 31(6): 504-511

What is the right length for rough wood chips?. Holz Zentralblatt 103(59/60): 915

What is the role of gluten in dermatitis herpetiformis?. Scottish Medical Journal 24(4): 326

What kind of education for what kind of development?. Cahiers de l' IIPE, Institut International de Planification de l' Education, UNESCO (51): v+250

What kind of information does the breeder want?. Rapporter och Uppsatser, Institutionen for Skogsgenetik (24): 51-59

What kind of job are we doing?. American Dairy Review 41(9): 58A-58B, 58D, 58F, 58H

What kind of rural life?. Rural Life 24(3): 24-27

What kind of tourism? or, poison in a luxury package. Working Paper Series, Tourism Research, Department of Geography, McGill University (2): 6

What lessons have been learned from the bitter winter?. Jaarverslag 1979, Proefstation voor de Rundveehouderij, Lelystad, Netherlands: 8-12

What level of labour income is needed to keep farmers in farming?. Notes, Institut Economique Agricole, Ministere de l' Agriculture (73): 17

What losses at the threshing and winnowing stages. Agricultural Mechanization in Asia 10(4): 67-70

What makes the best traveller?. Grower 93(24): 35

What measures will improve the keeping quality of freesias?. Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 34(16): 28-29, 31

What multistem chain flail delimbing has done for the pulp and paper industry. Annual Meeting, American Society of Agricultural Engineers, Chicago, Illinois, Dec 15-18, 1975 (Paper 75-1590): 5

What next: concrete trees?. Trees in South Africa 30(4): 97-104

What operators ought to knowand follow. Municipal and Public Sciences Journal 86(41): 1063-1065

What point is mechanization. Irrigation: which system to adopt. Informatore Agrario 35(27): 6549-6552

What price cereals?. Farm Management 3(9): 424-430

What price green money. A note on the anniversary of MCAs. Pound falls into zero-MCA trap. Agra Europe, UK (837): p/2-p/5

What price hardfacing?. Power Farming Magazine 88(4): 13, 15, 17

What price wheat?. Eastern Economist 70(16): 776-778

What real advantage is gained by using electronics. Bulk Storage Movement Control 5(2): 37-39

What shall we grow; a critical survey of the literature on farmers' decision making. AID Research and Development Abstracts 6(4): p. 9

What should be considered when buying and operating irrigation equipment. Prufberichte (D/40): 15 pp

What should be the objectives of food crop breeding programs?. A series of papers on world food issues: 7

What significance do the strains of Aphis fabae have in the transmission of beet mild yellowing virus?. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 86(3/4): 161-168

What size for rural organizations? Some reflections on the French situation. Economie et Finances Agricoles (June): 61-66

What sort of a bee space?. Pchelovodstvo (3): 41

What sort of compost does Agaricus bitorquis require?. Champignoncultuur 23(9): 317, 319, 321, 323, 325

What sort of rural development for Black Africa? Reflections on the experience of the Zones d'Actions Prioritaires Integrees ZAPI in Cameroon. Quel developpement rural pour l' Afrique Noire? Reflexions sur l' experience des Zones d' Actions Prioritaires Integrees ZAPI du Cameroun: 209

What specialists does the dairy industry want, and what specialists are trained for it?. Meieriposten 68(20): 591-598, 606

What stage have we reached in the freezing of boar semen?. Elevage et Insemination (159): 23-47

What strawberry varieties should one choose for quality production?. Pepinieristes Horticulteurs Maraichers (19): 37-40

What surfactants or additives to use with paraquat + atrazine in winter wheat stubble. Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1977 (Vol. 32): 67-69

What tasks does the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and the Food Industry see as the main emphasis for the further work of the professional association for agricultural, forestry and the food industry engineering?. Agrartechnik 29(1): 5-6

What the Cambridge sheep has to offer. Big Farm Management (December): 48-53

What the unemployed do with their free (?) time. Nieuwe Maand 22(7): 384-392

What to do and not do when faced with malaria?. Bordeaux Medical 11(1): 73-74

What to do with a traditional type of cowshed. Publikatie, IMAG [Instituut voor Mechanisatie, Arbeid en Gebouwen] (69): 110

What to think of fodder ensilage. Bulletin Technique d' Information (326): 11-17

What variety of oats should you sow?. Journal of Agriculture, Tasmania 50(1): 6-7

What we have learned from metering milk. Journal of Food Protection 40(8): 569-571

What we have learned from the Canfarm experience. Agriculture and Forestry Bulletin, University of Alberta 2(2): 2-7

What will I require in the 80s - a farmer's opinion. Paper presented at Tillage Equipment Design and Power Requirement in the 80s, National Agricultural Centre, Stoneleigh, UK, 9 October 1979. Agricultural Engineer 34(4): 89-90

What will it cost ?. Information Bulletin, Citrus and Subtropical Fruit Research Institute (69): 12

What will it cost mangoes?. Information Bulletin, Citrus and Subtropical Fruit Research Institute (72): 6

What will it cost? Pineapples. Information Bulletin, Citrus and Subtropical Fruit Research Institute (74): 2

What wooden panels can reveal. Conservator 1: 12-16

What's ahead for soybean prices?. Cycles 29(7): 153-158

What's eating the trees?. Forest and Timber, NSW, Australia 14(1): 2-12

What's new about pasture pest research. 1978 Dairyfarming annual: 51-52

What's new in logging. Official proceedings, 68th Sessions, Pacific Logging Congress, Vancouver, British Columbia, November 9, 10, 11, 1978. Loggers Handbook 38(Section 2): 66-82

What's new in transport refrigeration. American Dairy Review 40(8): 30-33

What's new with buckwheat. Gleanings in Bee Culture 107(7): 349-351

What's occurring at the national level with RARE II. USA, Forest Products Research Society, Inland Empire Section; USA, Inland Empire Forest Products Industries: Solutions to current industry problems Proceedings, 33rd Northwest Wood Products Clinic, Spokane, Washington, May 1-3, 1978: 1-8

What's on the menu today? and why produce milk in winter?. Chevre (108): 15-21

What's so difficult about making IAR's maize sheller. Noma 2(1): 1-2

What's the meaning of the wording on liquid milk containers ?. Lait et Nous (4): 9-12

Wheat. Journal of Experimental Botany 60(6): 1537-1553

Wheat. Journal of Experimental Botany 60(6): 1537-1553

Wheat - new priorities. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter (35): 18-19

Wheat II. UK, Plant Breeding Institute: Annual report 1977 [I]: 168

Wheat III. UK, Plant Breeding Institute: Annual report 1977 [I]: 168

Wheat IV. UK, Plant Breeding Institute: Annual report 1977 [I]: 168

Wheat acreage supply response under changing farm programs. American journal of agricultural economics 62(1): 29-37

Wheat agronomy. National wheat variety trial. Sudan, Ministry of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Corporation: Annual report of the Gezira Research Station and substations 1970-1971: 17

Wheat agronomy. The effect of delayed harvest on Line (LR X N10-B)AN3. Sudan, Ministry of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Corporation: Annual report of the Gezira Research Station and substations 1970-1971: 18-19

Wheat agronomy. The sixth International spring wheat yield nursery. Sudan, Ministry of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Corporation: Annual report of the Gezira Research Station and substations 1970-1971: 13

Wheat agronomy. Wheat varieties, sowing date and fertilizer experiment. Sudan, Ministry of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Corporation: Annual report of the Gezira Research Station and substations 1970-1971: 17-18

Wheat agronomy. Wheat variety trial B. Sudan, Ministry of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Corporation: Annual report of the Gezira Research Station and substations 1970-1971: 15

Wheat Alcohol Dehydrogenase Isozymes: PURIFICATION, CHARACTERIZATION, AND GENE EXPRESSION. Plant Physiology 65(3): 518-522

Wheat and barley cultivar trials in Judea and Samaria 1977/78. Israel, Agricultural Research Organization, Division of Scientific Publications, Special Publication (135): 19

Wheat and barley planting guide - 1978. Queensland Agricultural Journal 104(2): 202-205

Wheat and corn production on calcareous soils or affected by P and Zn application. Egyptian Journal of Soil Science (Special): 361-366

Wheat and wild mustard response to dicamba. Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1978 (Vol. 33): 61-63

Wheat and wild oat response to difenzoquat. Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1978 (Vol. 33): 36-43

Wheat as raw material for brewing. Getreide, Mehl und Brot 31(5): 126-131

Wheat blossom midges, their importance and surveillance in the CSSR. Wissenschaftliche Beitrage, Martin Luther Universitat Halle Wittenberg 14: 155-160

Wheat breeding and genetics, 1. Wheat breeding and genetics, 1: 180

Wheat breeding and its two decades at Martonvasar. Agrartudomanyi Kozlemenyek 35(4): 525-539

Wheat breeding and seed production and associated agricultural practices. Wheat breeding and seed production and associated agricultural practices: 351

Wheat breeding at the Waite Institute 1925-78. Australia, Waite Agricultural Research Institute: Biennial report, 1976-77: 77; 12-37

Wheat breeding in Bulgaria. Wheat breeding in Bulgaria: 112

Wheat breeding in Portugal. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (4): 78

Wheat breeding in the service of production. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSSR, Biologicheskaya (5): 645-655

Wheat bulb fly. Cereals Diseases and Pests (55): 5

Wheat can be grown with minimum irrigation after paddy during winter in Karnataka. Current Research 7(5): 78-79

Wheat cartelization in the presence of a market intermediary. Proceedings AAEA Meeting, July August, 1979:

Wheat collecting 1976-78. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter (37): 6-10

Wheat consumption function of the farm household of Uttar Pradesh. Agricultural Situation in India 33(5): 293-296

Wheat cultivar evaluation under North Island conditions. New Zealand Journal of Experimental Agriculture 7(4): 377-378

Wheat cultivar identification by computer analysis of gliadin electrophoregrams. Cereal Foods World 23(8): 496

Wheat cultivar identification by gliadin electrophoregrams. 3. Catalogue of electrophoregram formulas of Canadian wheat cultivars. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 59(2): 287-298

Wheat cultivar identification by gliadin electrophoregrams. II. Effects of environmental and experimental factors on the gliadin electrophoregram. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 59(2): 281-286

Wheat cultivar performance tests, 1975/76-1976/77. Special Publication, Division of Scientific Publications, Bet Dagan (110): 88

Wheat cultivars for Siberia. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (5): 23

Wheat disease survey and control measures. Indian Farming 27(11): 19-21

Wheat embryo ribonucleates. 12. Formal characterization of terminal and penultimate nucleoside residues at the 5'-ends of capped RNA from imbibing wheat embryos. Canadian Journal of Biochemistry 56(7): 729-733

Wheat embryo ribonucleates. 13. Methyl-substituted nucleoside constituents and 5'-terminal dinucleotide sequences in bulk poly(A)-rich RNA from imbibing wheat embryos. Canadian Journal of Biochemistry 57(6): 927-931

Wheat embryo ribonucleates. 14. Mass isolation of mRNA from wheat germ and comparison of its translational capacity with that of mRNA from imbibing wheat embryos. Canadian Journal of Biochemistry 57(9): 1170-1175

Wheat experiments. International spring wheat yield nursery. Sudan, Ministry of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Corporation: Annual report of the Gezira Research Station and substations 1970-1971: 244, 246

Wheat experiments. Khashm El Girba variety trial. Sudan, Ministry of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Corporation: Annual report of the Gezira Research Station and substations 1970-1971: 247, 249

Wheat experiments. Macro variety trial. Sudan, Ministry of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Corporation: Annual report of the Gezira Research Station and substations 1970-1971: 246-247, 248

Wheat experiments. Time of harvesting experiment. Sudan, Ministry of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Corporation: Annual report of the Gezira Research Station and substations 1970-1971: 251-252

Wheat experiments. Wheat sowing date and water closure experiment. Sudan, Ministry of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Corporation: Annual report of the Gezira Research Station and substations 1970-1971: 249-251

Wheat experiments. Wheat variety, sowing date and nitrogen experiment. Sudan, Ministry of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Corporation: Annual report of the Gezira Research Station and substations 1970-1971: 252-256

Wheat fertilizer experiments on heavy clay soils, 1976-77. Arkansas Farm Research 26(5): 5

Wheat foliar fungicide test. Louisiana State University, Agricultural Experiment Station: 69th Annual Progress Report, Rice Experiment Station, Crowley, Louisiana: 303-306

Wheat following corn or soyabeans at Milan from 1976 through 1978. Tennessee Farm and Home Science Progress Report (110): 10-11

Wheat following corn or soybeans. Tennessee Farm and Home Science (106): 19-20

Wheat germ oil in fur animal production. Vara Palsdjur 49(10): 235, 237-238

Wheat germplasm collection, conservation and utilization through international cooperation. Proceedings of the fifth international wheat genetics symposium Volume 1 Session II Conservation, classification and cataloguing of genetic resources: 149-155

Wheat germplasm evaluation. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter (36): 15-18

Wheat grading systems of the major wheat exporting countries: Argentina, Australia, Canada, France, and U.S.A. Agricultural Reviews and Manuals, Western Series (4): 4-16

Wheat grain proteins. UK, Plant Breeding Institute: Annual report 1977: 143-144

Wheat grain quality. Annotated Bibliography, Commonwealth Bureau of Pastures and Field Crops (G151A): 62

Wheat grain variability to infestation by storage pests. Journal of Entomological Research 2(1): 106-111

Wheat growing in intertropical zones in Africa and Madagascar. Fiche Technique IRAT (7): 22

Wheat growth and constituents as affected by nitrogen application and soil alkalinity. Agricultural Research Review 55(9): 49-57

Wheat hybrid information system. Cereal Research Communications 7(3): 257-260

Wheat improvement and production in Egypt. Technology for Increasing Food Production Proceedings of the second FAO/SIDA seminar on Field Food Crops in Africa and the Near East, Lahore, Pakistan, 18 September to 5 October, 1977: 467-468

Wheat improvement and production in the Sudan. Technology for Increasing Food Production Proceedings of the second FAO/SIDA seminar on Field Food Crops in Africa and the Near East, Lahore, Pakistan, 18 September to 5 October, 1977: 474-477

Wheat in Africa: developments in recent years. Market Report, International Wheat Council (PMR 88, Supplement): 18

Wheat in Bulgaria. Pshenitsata v B"lgaria: 368

Wheat in China. Advances in cereal science and technology Volume 2: 387-413

Wheat in China - past, present and future. China Quarterly (74): 297-333

Wheat in Mali. Agronomie Tropicale 35(2): 157-169

Wheat in Sikkim too. Indian Farming 28(1): 3-4, 11

Wheat in the Nonchernozem zone (cultivation, breeding and initial material). Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Ordena Lenina i Ordena Druzhby Narodov Instituta Rastenievodstva Imeni N I Vavilova (88): 12-14

Wheat in the People's Republic of China; a trip report of the American Wheat Studies Delegation. Report, Committee on Scholarly Communication with the People' s Re ic of China (6): 190

Wheat irrigation in the Negev. Institute of Soils and Water, Scientific Activities 1974-1977, Volcani Center, Pamphlet (174): 157-158

Wheat leaf rust in North Dakota in 1977 and 1978. Plant Disease Reporter 63(4): 336-340

Wheat lipid composition. Cereal Chemistry 55(5): 548-558

Wheat nobody buys: wheat bunt. Pflanzenarzt 31(10): 100-101

Wheat pasture bloat of stockers. Animal Science Research Report, Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station (MP-101): 26-31

Wheat production agronomy. Cultural practices. Department of Agriculture, New South Wales: Report of the Department of Agriculture for the year ended 30 June, 1977: 95

Wheat production as influenced by moisture regimes and fertility levels. Indian Journal of Agronomy 22(3): 166-169

Wheat production in 1979. Bolsa de Cereales 107(2944): 7-12

Wheat production in warm areas of Venezuela. Noticias Agricolas, Servicio para el Agricultor 8(33): 129-131

Wheat production with employment: priorities for wheat research in Bangladesh. Asian Reports, Centro Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maiz y Trigo CIMMYT (7): 37

Wheat productivity and price mechanism. Eastern Economist 71(9): 408-411

Wheat protection under irrigation. Zashchita Rastenii (6): 35

Wheat protein. Genetic diversity in plants VI Seed storage proteins: 371-385

Wheat protein antibodies in dermatitis herpetiformis. Journal of Investigative Dermatology 73(6): 570-574

Wheat protein variation between loads. Transactions of the ASAE 22(6): 1431-1434

Wheat research - the early phase. Indian Farming 27(11): 3-5

Wheat response to phosphate fertilizer under irrigated condition of N.W.F.P. Agriculture Pakistan 28(1): 1-4

Wheat responses to different combinations of oxygen and salinity levels in the root medium. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 37(10): 4794B

Wheat rhizosphere pH and the biological control of take-all. In The Soil Root Interface Proceedings of an International Symposium, Oxford, 1978 Harley, JL; Russel, RS Editors: 329-338

Wheat rich in protein : obtaining, composition and use by pigs for processing. Journees de la Recherche Porcine en France: 269-276

Wheat rust epidemics in India since 1970. Cereal Rusts Bulletin 8(1): 17-21

Wheat seed germination under low temperature and moisture stress. Agronomy Journal 70(1): 135-139

Wheat seed-treatment test. Louisiana State University, Agricultural Experiment Station: 69th Annual Progress Report, Rice Experiment Station, Crowley, Louisiana: 307-308

Wheat silage for calves being fattened. Informatore Agrario 35(12): 5171-5184

Wheat species formogenesis under the effect of environmental changes. Biologicheskii Zhurnal Armenii 31(3): 284-290

Wheat spectral reflectance: interactions between crop configuration, sun elevation, and azimuth angle. Applied Optics 18(22): 3730-3731

Wheat straw and sodium hydroxide treatment in beef cow rations. Journal of Animal Science 49(2): 354-360

Wheat tolerance to low pH and aluminium: comparative aspects. Cereal Research Communications 7(2): 113-122

Wheat variability for tolerance to salt affected soils. Genetics and wheat improvement V Genetics of adaptability and physiology: 180-194

Wheat varietal mixtures. Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 38(3): 277-280

Wheat varieties for Queensland - 1979. Queensland Agricultural Journal 105(2): 153-156

Wheat volunteers want taking out (of herbage seed crops). Arable Farming 6(9): 79, 81

Wheat yield and quality and the fractional composition of grain proteins with the annual use of herbicides over 5 years. Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii (3): 78-86

Wheat yield estimation by albedo measurement. Remote Sensing of Environment 7(3): 273-276

Wheat yield formation with split application of fertilizers. Nauchno tekhnicheskii Byulleten' , Vserossiiskii Nauchno issledovatel' skii Institut Soi (2): 31-37

Wheat yield models with meteorological predictors based on phenological development. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 59(11): 1515

Wheat's water needs modelled. Rural Research (95): 29-30

Wheat, barley and oat varieties completing primary trials in 1977. Journal of the National Institute of Agricultural Botany 14(3): 465-496

Wheat, barley, and oat silages for beef cattle.

Wheat-rhizoplane pseudomonads as antagonists of Gaeumannomyces graminis. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 11(4): 371-376

Wheat-rice rotation in Manipur valley. Indian Farming 28(10): 23-25

Wheat-rye amphidiploids. Pshenichno rzhanye amfidiploidy: 279

Wheat-sensitive - but not coeliac. Lancet ii(8098): 1047

Wheat. Advice on sowing for the 1978 harvest. Bolsa de Cereales 105(2921): 15-20

Wheat. Advice on sowing for the 1979/80 harvest. Bolsa de Cereales 106(2933): 9-15

Wheat. Dark respiration. UK, Rothamsted Experimental Station: Rothamsted Experimental Station: Report for 1978 Part 1: 39

Wheat. I. UK, Plant Breeding Institute: Annual report 1978, [I]: 203

Wheat. II. UK, Plant Breeding Institute: Annual report 1978, [I]: 203

Wheat. III. UK, Plant Breeding Institute: Annual report 1978, [I]: 203

Wheat. IV. UK, Plant Breeding Institute: Annual report 1978, [I]: 203

Wheat. Outlook and contributed papers. National Agricultural Outlook Conference 1978: 199-216

Wheat. Precision sowing, irrigation and nitrogen fertiliser. UK, Rothamsted Experimental Station: Rothamsted Experimental Station: Report for 1978 Part 1: 36

Wheat/forage legume rotation and integration of crop and sheep husbandries in Algeria. Technology for increasing food production [Holmes, JC Editor]: 161-166

Wheat: cultivation has gone through an extremely critical phase. However our country has not been able to make light of it. Here are some technical proposals for its relaunch in the plains, hills and low mountains. Informatore Agrario 35(35): 7139-7142

Wheat: fertilizing. Annotated Bibliography, Commonwealth Bureau of Soils (G463-SC): 149

Wheatgrass variability (Agropyron, sect. Elytrigia) in a native collection from Transylvania, Romania. I. Agropyron intermedium complex. Index Seminum, Notulae Botanicae Horti Agrobotanici Cluj Napoca: 1980; 89-99

Wheats of the world. Species, breeding achievements, present-day problems and breeding material. Pshenitsy mira Vidovoi sostav, dostizheniya, sovremennye problemy i iskhodnyi material: 487

Wheel rotations and trailer dynamics. Journal of Applied Mechanics, Transactions of the AMSE 45(1): 206-207

Wheel traffic considerations in erosion research. Transactions of the ASAE 22(4): 786-790

Wheelabout woods reclamation. GCandHTJ 183(22): 20-22

Wheelchairs in the woods. Journal of Forestry 76(12): 776

Whelping date, and growth and body weight of mink. Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczej w Krakowie (135 (Zootechnika 18)): 41-50

When ambrosia beetles attack mahogany trees in Fiji. Unasylva recd 1979; 29(117): 25-28

When are we to get quality requirement schedules for end uses of wood?. Holz Zentralblatt 103(62): 951

When does bitter pit show itself?. Informatore Agrario 34(29): 2429-2430

When farmers need finance. Banker' s Magazine 223(1626): 14-16

When is a soybean 'pest' a pest ?. Queensland Journal of Agriculture 105(4): 355-362

When potatoes are only troublesome weeds. DLG Mitteilungen 95(14): 785-786

When should narrowly spaced poplar plantations be thinned?. Populier 15(3): 55-60

When should one treat against the first generation of eudemis?. Phytoma (306): 28-31

When should you sow the best crop?. British Sugar Beet Review 46(1): 7-8

When the going gets rough. UK, Great House Experimental Husbandry Farm: Annual Review 1979: 28-35

When the nine become twelve. Nordeuropaeisk Mejeri Tidsskrift 44(11/12): 308-316

When to lamb an inwintered flock in an upland area. UK, North of Scotland College of Agriculture: Research investigations and field trials 1976-77: ; 27-29

When to market fat lambs?. Farm Business Outlook (8): 17-24

When to replace an orchard or a vineyard. Deciduous Fruit Grower 30(2): 68-72

When vegetable growing is efficient. Sel' skoe Khozyaistvo Kirgizii (11): 16-17

Where are all the women now? - an evaluation of a project list. FAO Ideas and Action Bulletin (131): 3-6

Where are we with triticale?. Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales 89(5): 9-11

Where are you going forester?. South African Forestry Journal (105): 43-44

Where can one grow soyabeans in France with a chance of success?. Bulletin CETIOM (76): 15-16

Where children learn of the farmers' trade. Farmers Weekly 91(8): 78-79

Where danger lurks. World Health (October): 27-29

Where do nematodes go in the winter?. Australian Tobacco Growers Bulletin (26): 2-4

Where do the gunstocks come from?. Holz Zentralblatt 103(137/138): 2130-2131

Where do the heaviest children come from? A prospective study of white children from birth to 5 years of age. Pediatrics 63(1): 1-7

Where does Trichinella inspection stand today? An inquiry at German EEC abattoirs. Fleischwirtschaft 59(8): 1088, 1091-1092

Where does our food come from?. Nutrition and food science: (60) 11

Where does the pig come from?. Deutsche Geflugelwirtschaft und Schweineproduktion 30(35): 884-886

Where has all the soil gone?. Mazingira (10): 61-68

Where have all the celiacs gone?. Pediatrics 61(6): 929-930

Where have all the flowers gone?. Naturopa (31): 4-6

Where have all the species gone ? On the nature of extinction and the Red Queen Hypothesis. Oikos 33(2): 196-227

Where is intensive set-stocked permanent pasture suitable?. DLG Mitteilungen 95(10): 579-580

Where is the European wine market heading?. Weinwirtschaft 114(25): 713-716

Where there is no doctor. A village health care handbook. Where there is no doctor A village health care handbook (Ed. 2): 403

Where there's a will there's a way. Naturopa (31): 19, 22

Where to apply nitrogenous fertilizer on crops grown in furrows. Investigacion y Progreso Agricola 9(1): 6-9

Where we are going in the biological sciences. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America 24: 213

Where will they go when there is no land left?. Agenda 2(6): 8-14

Whetzelinia sclerotiorum, a new pathogen in Venezuela, on lettuce, cabbage and bean. Fitopatologia 14(1): 10-14

Whey - a noble raw material for food and feedstuff industries. Revue Laitiere Francaise (372): 27-39

Whey - a problem for the dairies but a valuable feedstuff for the farmer. Nordisk Mejeriindustri 7(5): 342-344

Whey - potential source of energy. Milk Industry 82(2): 30-31

Whey - the international scene. Journal of the Society of Dairy Technology 33(2): 59-66

Whey Research Workshop II - an introduction. New Zealand Journal of Dairy Science and Technology 14(2): 75-78

Whey as a basis for silage preservation. Eleveur de Bovins: Production Laitiere Moderne (70): 43, 45-46

Whey as a feedingstuff. Advisory Leaflet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (LGR 52): 8

Whey as raw material for the baking industry. Mlynsko Pekarensky Prumysl 25(1): 25-30

Whey as raw material in the bakery industry - a review. Backer und Konditor 26(4): 120-124

Whey beverages: I. A chocolate beverage made from sweet whey. South African Journal of Dairy Technology 11(3): 123-124

Whey cheese production plant at the Balsfjord cheese factory. Meieriteknikk (7): 41-43

Whey concentrates and whey protein concentrates. Processing and properties. Beretning fra Statens Forsoegsmejeri (233): 64

Whey dryer offers flexibility and drying efficiency. Food Processing 40(2): 98-99

Whey feeding of pigs. Tasmanian Journal of Agriculture 50(1): 12-13

Whey fermentation. New Zealand Journal of Dairy Science and Technology 14(2): 143-152; 153-155

Whey for cattle. Beretning fra Statens Husdyrbrugsforsoeg (476): 18

Whey for protein production. NSDB Technology Journal 4(4): 68-74

Whey for the production of soft drinks and alcoholic beverages. Milk Industry 81(11): 30-31, 34

Whey in human nutrition; cheeses made from whey and by-products. Revue des ENIL (41): 7-12

Whey in the feeding of slaughter cattle. Przemysl Fermentacyjny i Owocowo Warzywny 22(8): 16-17

Whey protein concentrates - a new challenge to Danish dairy industry. Danish Dairy Industry Worldwide 3: 78, 80

Whey protein profile of buffalo milk. Journal of Food Science and Technology, India 16(1): 1-5

Whey protein recovery. UK Patent Application: (2 020 667A)

Whey proteins and their use in cheesemaking. Molochnaya Promyshlennost' (5): 8-9

Whey proteins from Minas cheesemaking. Informativo Anual, Faculdada de Engenharia de Alimentos e Agricola, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (7): 27-28

Whey proteins of cows' milk. Japanese Journal of Dairy and Food Science 28(1): A13-A21

Whey solids in frozen dessert formulations. American Dairy Review 41(12): 50D, 50F

Whey technology. Demineralization of whey by means of ion exchange and electrodialysis. Journal of the Society of Dairy Technology 33(2): 45-51

Whey treatment by the Caliqua/SIREB process. Informations Chimie (175): 111-115

Whey utilization and whey products. Journal of Dairy Science 62(7): 1149-1160

Whey utilization and whey products. XX International Dairy Congress, Conferences (50ST): 22

Whey yeast protein may outperform soybean meal protein in baby pig rations. Feedstuffs, USA 51(50): 18-19

Whey, whey products, and hydrogen peroxide; affirmation of GRAS status as direct human food ingredients. Federal Register 44(122, June 22): 36416-36421

Whey-grown yeast as a protein source for baby pigs. Miscellaneous Publication, Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station (MP-104): 166-172

Whey-grown yeast as a protein source for lambs. Miscellaneous Publication, Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station (MP-104): 201-203

Whey-yeast surpasses soy meal as protein source. Feedstuffs 51(26): 12

Whey. Comparison of whey Ricotta cheese manufactured from whey and whey concentrates. American Dairy Review 40(10): 70B, 70D, 70F

Whey: from different origins, of variable composition. Elevage Porcin (80): 27-34

Wheys. An abundant food resource. Technical aspects, production of proteins, and use in animal and human nutrition. 17-18 November 1977. Les lactoserums, une richesse alimentaire Aspects techniques production de proteines utilisations en alimentation animale et humaine 17-18 November 1977: 373

Which thinning method is the best for Benoni ?. Fruitteelt 69(15): 490-492

Which are the leading poultry states?.

Which breed is the most efficient?. Jersey (123): 28-29

Which containers are suitable for the sale of honey?. Schweizerische Bienen Zeitung 102(6): 287-293

Which disease-resistant tobacco variety should you use?. Prog Farmer 94(2): 58

Which drying system? Paper presented to Grain Drying and Storage Conference, National Agricultural Centre, Stoneleigh, UK, 28 November 1979. Which drying system? Paper presented to Grain Drying and Storage Conference, National Agricultural Centre, Stoneleigh, UK, 28 November 1979: 9 pp

Which energy crisis?. Ceres 11(5): 13-18

Which grain system?. Farm Buildings Digest 15(1): 23-26

Which herbage mixtures are the more productive?. Korma (2): 41

Which insect species may be useful to plant breeders for the propagation of breeding lines?. Saatgutwirtschaft SAFA 29(1): 28-29

Which minor bulb crops react favourably to cut-flower vase life preservatives?. Bloembollencultuur 89(31): 804-805

Which plant protectants are available to us for the control of powdery mildew on beet?. Pflanzenarzt 31(7): 56-58

Which prophylactic drugs for malaria?. British Medical Journal 2(6197): 1071-1072

Which radish cultivars for spring culture?. Groenten en Fruit 34(35): 36-37

Which rootstock should be given preference?. Sadovodstvo (6): 10-11

Which silo is the right one?. Blatter fur Landtechnik (150): 7

Which tomato?. Horticulture Industry (July): 18-19, 22

Which tropical diseases are you likely to see?. Modern Medicine 24(13): 89-92

Which watering mats are the best? New results on capillary watering. Deutscher Gartenbau 32(37): 1530-1533

Which way baled hay?. Power Farming Magazine 87(10): 33-41

Which way for school milk distribution ?. Technique Laitierre (932): 11-13, 15, 17-18, 20-21

Which way for the Ridgeway?. Countryman 83(3): 53-58

Which way with CDA?. Arable Farming 5(6): 23, 24-27

Whipped cream. Japanese Examined Patent: (5 429 581)

Whipped cream making machine. United States Patent: (4 144 293)

Whipping composition of modified whey protein and additives. United States Patent: (4 089 987)

Whipple's disease. A case report. South African Medical Journal 54(26): 1105-1110

Whirling disease caused by trematode metacercariae. Fish Pathology 13(4): 211-213

White Empress cauliflower. Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Michigan State University (381): 2

White amur (Ctenopharyngodon idella) in irrigation canals. Acta Hydrochimica Hydrobiologica 6(3): 227-234

White amur study in Lake Conway. Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Southern Weed Science Society: 264

White and red fir cone production in north-eastern California: report of a 16-year study. USDA Forest Service Research Note, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (PSW-330): 4

White apple leaf hopper. USA, Washington State Horticultural Association: Proceedings, seventy third annual meeting, 1977: 12, 14

White blood cell culture technique for the display of chromosomes in buffaloes. Cheiron 9(1): 43-48

White cabbage for sauerkraut production. Groenten en Fruit 35(32): 60-61, 63

White chrysanthemum rust. FAO Plant Protection Bulletin 26(1): 31

White clover and grass grub. I. Screening technique for resistance and tolerance. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 21(4): 715-721

White clover and grass grub. II. Screening 74 overseas lines for resistance and tolerance. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 21(4): 723-726

White clover streak mosaic virus. Hosts and physical properties. Arhiv za Poljoprivredne Nauke 31(116): 141-154

White clover/grass mixtures. Grassland Research Institute: UK, Grassland Research Institute: Annual report 1977: 41-42

White fir growth and foliar nutrient concentration in California plantations. Forest Science 24(3): 374-384

White flies in the Netherlands (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae). Entomologische Berichten 40(1): 3-9

White fly resistance in Cucumis species. Cucurbit Genetics Cooperative (1): 38

White fur sheep. Farskotsel 57(10): 10

White grub control in turf with bendiocarb (NC 6897). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 1979; 86: 324

White grub of sugarcane Cochliotis melolonthoides Gerst, (Coleoptera: Melolonthoides) a serious soil pest of sugarcane in the northern region of Tanzania - East Africa. Entomology Newsletter, International Society of Sugarcane Technologists (6): 24-25

White lauan (Shorea contorta) in the open and under second-growth forest canopy. Sylvatrop 3(4): 205-210

White leaf disease of Bermuda grass in India. Plant Disease Reporter 63(12): 1072-1074

White leaf disease of Cynodon dactylon Pers., a mycoplasmal disease in India. Experientia 34(11): 1447-1448

White leaf disease of sugarcane in Taiwan. Plant diseases due to mycoplasma like organisms: 68-77

White leaf spot disease of fluted pumpkin (Telfairia occidentalis) in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Plant Protection 3: 122-128

White lupin: a new protein crop. Fourrages Actualites (20): 11-12

White mold of beans in New York. New York' s Food and Life Sciences Bulletin (77): 1-4

White mottled heart rot of green ash. Neb Guide, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Nebraska (G77-345): 3

White peat/black peat mixtures as substrates for ornamental plants. Deutscher Gartenbau 33(50): 2107-2108

White pickled soft cheese from concentrated milk. I. Effect of fat content and addition of starter on the composition and quality of cheese. Egyptian Journal of Dairy Science 6(2): 193-206

White pickled soft cheese from concentrated milk. II. Effect of the concentration of brine, and calcium chloride added. Egyptian Journal of Dairy Science 6(2): 207-220

White pollen. Maize Genetics Cooperation News Letter (53): 29-30

White potato. Asian Vegetable Research and Development Center: Progress report for 1978: 59-70

White potato production in Taiwan: a farm survey. Technical Bulletin, Asian Vegetable Research and Development Center AVRDC (10): 29

White potato socio-economic and marketing study, Philippines. Study, Special Studies Division, Planning Service, Department of Agriculture, Philippines (79-8): 51

White potato socio-economic and marketing study. Part II. Bukidnon. White potato socio economic and marketing study Part II Bukidnon: 47

White potato socio-economic and marketing study. Part III. Dumaguete, Cebu. Study, Special Studies Division, Planning Service, Department of Agriculture, Philippines (78-20): 43

White potato socio-economic and marketing study. Part IV: Davao del Sur and South Costabato. Study, Special Studies Division, Planning Service, Department of Agriculture, Philippines (78-28): 48

White rot (Sclerotium cepivorum Berk.) - a parasitic fungus on onion in the island of Oland. Vaxtskyddsnotiser 43(5/6): 102-108

White rot disease of onions. 29th Annual Report for 1978, National Vegetable Research Station: 72-74

White winter wheat bran promising. Agricultural Research, USA 27(7): 13

White-Russian Coach horses. Konevodstvo (5): 16

White-fringed weevil, Graphognathus leucoloma, in mid Canterbury. New Zealand Entomologist 6(4): 419-420

White-tailed deer of the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, Arizona. Cooperative National Park Resources Studies Unit University of Arizona, Tucson and the National Park Service, Technical Report (6): vi + 85

White-tailed deer utilization of three different habitats and its influence on lone star tick populations. Journal of Parasitology, 646: 1100-1106

Whitebacked planthopper appears on rice in Sind, Pakistan. International Rice Research Newsletterrecd 1980; 3(6): 11

Whitebacked planthopper attacks before introduction of new rice varieties in Pakistan. International Rice Research Newsletter 4(5): 11

Whitebrush (Aloysia lycioides Cham.) control with tebuthiuron. Abstracts 1978 Meeting Weed Science Society of America: 4-5

Whitefish culture. 1. Fry production. Zeitschrift fur die Binnenfischerei der DDR 25(10): 315-319

Whiteflies. Aleyrododea. Katalog Fauny Polski (32): 19

Whitefly infestation on chrysanthemum and poinsettia treated with plant and insect growth regulators. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, 1046: 829-830

Whitefly of the world. A systematic catalogue of the Aleyrodidae (Homoptera) with host plant and natural enemy data. Whitefly of the world A systematic catalogue of the Aleyrodidae Homoptera with host plant and natural enemy data: [6+] 340

Whitefly-borne virus diseases of important crop plants in the Sudan. Proceedings of the Fourth Conference of Pest Control, September 30 October 3, 1978 Part I: 107-114

Whitefringed beetle: toxicity of soil incoporated insecticides to larvae. Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society 14(3): 244-247

Whiteheads of winter wheat in Moscow province in connection with root rot. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 60(3): 49-58

Whiteheads of winter wheat in the Moscow district associated with infection by root rots. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 60(3): 49-58

Whither milk - an expansion or contraction prospect?. Farm Business Outlook (9): 16-20

Whither rural society in Australia and New Zealand?. New Zealand Agricultural Science 14(1): 3-8

Whither the National Adult Education Programme. Indian Journal of Adult Education 40(10/11): 21-38

Whither, intestinal microecology?. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 32(1): 109-112

Who moves the farmer: some issues in communication and extension. A series of papers on world food issues: 7

Who gets what and why: resource allocation in a Bangladesh village. Who gets what and why: resource allocation in a Bangladesh village: ; 269

Who markets state-bred varieties of crops?. Agriculture in Northern Ireland 53(6): 175-177

Who needs inorganic fertilizers anyway? The case for biological agriculture. Review Paper Series, International Institute of Biological Husbandry (1): 24

Who owns boardwalk?: the structure of control in the tourist industry of Yucatan. Studies in Third World Societies (6): 19-35

Who profits the most from higher prices; coffee: production, trade, price formation. Achtergrond 3(27): 12-15

Who really starves? Women and world hunger. Who really starves? Women and world hunger: 40

Who should benefit from the bonus scheme for milk?. Meieriposten 68(12): 363, 365

Who should manage Norwegian dairying?. Meieriposten 68(18): 516-517

Who wants a deer society? ; Farming and wildlife. Country Landowner 30(1): 27-30

Who wants heavy hay crops?. Journal of Agriculture, Victoria 76(9): 301-304

Who will cultivate German tobacco in future? Development of tobacco growing farms in the Palatinate since 1956. Deutsche Tabaksbau 59(1): 1-7

Who's Who in World Agriculture. 2 vols. Who' s Who in World Agriculture 2 vols: 831

Who's who in world agriculture, Volume 1 (A to K), Volume 2 (L to Z). Who' s who in world agriculture, Volume 1 A to K, Volume 2 L to Z: [6+] 831

Whole blood glucose determination in dogs using Dextrostix and the eyetone reflectance colorimeter. Journal of Small Animal Practice 20(3): 163-168

Whole body and muscle protein turnover in malnourished cystic fibrosis (CF) patients. Pediatric Research 13(4, II): 394

Whole body protein turnover in chronically hemodialyzed children. Pediatric Research 12(4, II): 539

Whole cottonseed and extruded soybean for cows in early lactation. Journal of Dairy Science 63(Suppl. 1): 153-154

Whole crop cereals: a low-cost approach. Agricultural Engineer 35(1): 7-10

Whole grain feeding for ruminants. Veterinary Record 106(18-20): 399-401

Whole shelled corn with urea, molasses and minerals for finishing steers. Louisiana State University, Agricultural Experiment Station: 69th Annual Progress Report, Rice Experiment Station, Crowley, Louisiana: 320-322

Whole tree chips for logging roads. Technical Release, American Pulpwood Association (78-R-33): 2

Whole tree utilization. Tidsskrift for Skogbruk 85(2): 164-250

Whole tree utilization - future quantities from first thinnings. Meddeleser fra Norsk Institutt for Skogforskning 33(12): 481-512

Whole tree utilization project. Status report, May 1977. Prosject heltreutnyttelse Statusrapport mai 1977: 71

Whole tree weight tables for New York. AFRI Research Report, Applied Forestry Research Institute, State University of New York (40): 69

Whole-blood and plasma amino acid analysis: gas-liquid and cation-exchange chromatography compared. Clinical Chemistry 26(2): 271-276

Whole-body retention of 65Zn during pregnancy and lactation, and its secretion into milk in mice. Radiation Research 75(1): 46-53

Whole-body vibration exposure of workers during heavy equipment operation. Whole body vibration exposure of workers during heavy equipment operation: 103 pp

Whole-tree chipping systems in Europe. Harvesting, storing and value maximizing: 197-202

Whole-tree chipping with the Morbark Model 22 Chiparvestor. Technical Note, Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada (TN-16): 14

Whole-tree chips. Work at a terminal and road transport. Heltreflis Terminalarbeid og veitransport: 30

Whole-tree hardwood softwood chips and different pulping processes. Pulp and Paper 53(6): 183-184

Whole-tree harvesting in the early thinning of pine. Folia Forestalia, Institutum Forestale Fenniae (333): 57

Whole-tree pulping of a frost-hardy eucalypt. (1). Characterization of the raw material. Tappi 62(5): 59-63

Whole-tree pulping of a frost-hardy eucalypt. (2). Kraft and soda/oxygen pulping. Tappi 62(6): 61-64

Whole-tree utilization of Norway spruce in centralized timberyards. Harvesting, storing and value maximizing: 211-215

Whole-tree utilization project. Final reports. Projekt heltradsutnyttjande slutredovisas:

Wholemeal bread and satiety. Lancet 2(8136): 260-261

Wholesale business in dairy products. Revue Laitiere Francaise (375): 19-25

Wholesale fruit and vegetable marketing in Buenos Aires. Publicacion Miscelanea, Instituto Interamericano de Ciencias Agricolas de la OEA (173): 95

Wholesale market demand for white potatoes and cabbage, Divisoria. Study, Special Studies Division, Planning Service, Department of Agriculture, Philippines (76-7): 6

Wholesale marketing and the distribution of perishable produce: a report by participants of the course 'Decentralization for Development', May 3 - June 14, 1978. Wholesale marketing and the distribution of perishable produce: a report by participants of the course ' Decentralization for Development' , May 3 June 14, 1978: 74

Whorl changes in leaf structure of the reproductive tiller of brome grass in relation to level of nitrogen nutrition. Ontogenez travyanistykh polikarpicheskikh rastenii: 36-40

Whorl maggot damage on flag leaf. International Rice Research Newsletter 4(3): 20-21

Whose countryside? A response to the Countryside Commission's Discussion Paper 'Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. Whose countryside? A response to the Countryside Commission' s Discussion Paper ' Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty' : 27

Why French sheep producers fear British competition; French sheepmeat production; Sheep farming in the UK; a French viewpoint. Agra Europe, UK (871; 872; 873): P/3-P/4; N/1-N/3, D/1-D/2; N/1-N/3

Why Scotland is out to scrap the three-month season. Caterer and Hotelkeeper 170(3,056): 51-53, 56-57

Why a Dutch dairy picked a polygon. Farmers Weekly 91(11): 83, 85, 87, 89

Why a national planning policy is needed in the countryside. Chartered Surveyor 112(1/2): 36-37

Why agricultural development fails. West Africa (3255): 2230-2232

Why all the fuss about casein?. Hoard' s Dairyman 124(23): 1531, 1587

Why and wherefore of botanical gardens. Naturopa (31): 37-38

Why are bureaucrats slow adopters? The case of water management in the Gezira Scheme. Sociologia Ruralis 19(1): 60-70

Why are grade-A surveys necessary?. Journal of Food Protection 43(1): 73-75

Why automate the end of milking?. Eleveur de Bovins: Production Laitiere Moderne (77): 39-44

Why development co-operation is so difficult. Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit (9/10): 3-35

Why didn't the American Indians domesticate sheep?. Origins of Agriculture: 637-691

Why do aphids synthesize melezitose?. Oikos, 312: 264-267

Why do kids kick their ball against my car when there is a perfectly good park twenty yards away. Urban needs and urban parks. Leisure Studies Association Quarterly 1(3): 4-6

Why do mothers breast feed?. Nursing Times 73(24): 911-914

Why do our forests get burnt?. Forestal 1(5): 15-16

Why do young people study agriculture?. Fur Schule und Beratung (7/8): 3

Why does inoculation with Azospirillum brasilense (Spirillum lipoferum) increase yield of grasses?. Orme Johnson, W H; Newton, W E Organizers: Proceedings of the Steenbock Kettering international symposium on nitrogen fixation: 23

Why does the Hooded Lister rat produce more IgE than the Wistar rat when infected with Nippostrongylus brasiliensis?. 4th International Congress of Parasitology, 19-26 August, 1978, Warsaw Short communications, Section E: 35

Why don't male mammals lactate?. Journal of Theoretical Biology 78(3): 323-345

Why farmers plant what they do: a study of vegetable production technology in Taiwan. Technical Bulletin, Asian Vegetable Research and Development Center AVRDC (8): 86

Why grow more food? An analysis of some contradictions in the green revolution in Kerala. Economic and Political Weekly 13(51/52): A98-A104

Why has development neglected rural women? A review of the South Asian literature. Why has development neglected rural women? A review of the South Asian literature: viii + 108

Why has the World Bank helped Tanzania? The influence of the World Bank on the agricultural development of Tanzania 1967-1977. Veroffentlichungen aus dem Institut fur Internationale Angelegenheiten, Universitat Hamburg (7): 201-212

Why herbicides sometimes fail. Canada Agriculture 22(2): 26-27

Why is the consumption of bread decreasing?. Annales de la Nutrition et de l' Alimentation 31(3): 365-380

Why it pays to separate dry cows from dairy herds. Farmers Weekly 89(6): xi

Why livestock is best sold by auction. Chartered Surveyor 112(3): p. 82

Why multi-species plant communities exist?. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 64(3): 341-350

Why not an inter-disciplinary rural extension service?. Journal of Administration Overseas 18(4): 256-268

Why not, commercial exploitation of hybrid tobacco. Journal of Agricultural Research, Pakistan 15(4): 405-408

Why people play?. Society and Leisure 2(1): 129-149

Why poor people stay poor in rural South India. Development Studies Discussion Paper, University of East Anglia (48): 35

Why poor people stay poor in rural south India. Development and Change 11(1): 33-64

Why pre-cool cut flowers?. Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 34(43): 80-81

Why should climbing irons never be used in pruning?. Bulletin Trimestriel, Centre de Populiculture du Hainaut (3): 35-36

Why small farmers do not adopt and utilize new technology. Why small farmers do not adopt and utilize new technology: 19

Why some of the poor get richer: economic change and mobility in rural western India. Current Anthropology 20(3): 495-516

Why some of the rich get poorer: economic change and mobility in rural western India. McGill University, Centre for Developing Area Studies, Working Papers (23): 41

Why the institutions invest in farming. Farmland Market (11): 10-12

Why the new International Sugar Agreement was needed. Standard Chartered Review (November): 2-7

Why timber should be properly seasoned and the problems that arise when it is not. South Africa, Department of Forestry: Symposium on timber seasoning, held in Pretoria, South Africa, Aug 1968: recd 1978; 9

Why vocational agriculture teachers enter and remain in the teaching profession. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 39(8): p. 4656

Why wait for the government?. New Internationalist (72): 24-25

Why we must produce more timber. UK, Royal Society of Arts: A national forest policy: 58-69

Why we need a co-ordinated land-use policy. Town and Country Planning 46(9): 405-408

Why were the early Angiosperms so successful? A morphological, ecological and phylogenetic approach. Proceedings of the Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen, C 82(3): 343-369

Why, and how, to arrange a welcome in the forest for the general public. Revue Forestiere Francaise 30(1): 59-69

Wide differences in the milk yield of goats between associations. Kleinviehzuchter 27(22): 1177-1179

Wide furrow sugarcane production system. Sugar Journal 41(10): 15-18

Wide range infection of Neochinorhynchus Hamann, 1892 in the fresh water fishes of Jammu and Kashmir. All India Symposium on helminthology, Srinagar, 8-11 August, 1977 DN Fotedar, Director: 36-37

Wide variation in incomes on Irish farms. Agra Europe, UK (852): N/1 - N/3

Widening bends and the safety of timber lorries with trailers. Lesnaya Promyshlennost' (8): 25-26

Widening the search for alternative energies. Power Farming Magazine 88(6): 43-44

Wider area for buffelgrass. Agricultural Research, USA 27(1): 17

Wider row planting and fertilizer at first irrigation as efficient methods in wheat production. Technology for increasing food production [Holmes, JC Editor]: 448-451

Widespread IgE-mediated hypersensitivity in Northern Sudan to the chironomid Cladotanytarsus lewisi ('green nimitti'). Clinical and Experimental Immunology 34(1): 106-110

Widespread occurrence of subperidermal tuber soft rot in seed and ware potatoes in storage since autumn 1978. Nachrichtenblatt fur den Pflanzenschutz in der DDR 33(9): 180-182

Wieland heat recovery unit type WWR. Deutsche Molkerei Zeitung 99(42): 1496

Wikstromol, antitumor lignan from Wikstroemia foetida var. oahuensis Gray and Wikstroemia uva-ursi Gray (Thymelaeaceae). Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 68(5): 664-665

Wild GB 54 pneumatic conveyor (J. Wild & Co., 9033 Untereggen, Switzerland). Eidg Forschungsanstalt fur Betriebswirtschaft und Landtechnik, Tanikon, Switzerland: Test reports (381/78): 2 pp

Wild Hevea: an untapped source of germplasm. Journal of the Rubber Research Institute of Sri Lanka 54(1, I): 227-257

Wild Piedmontese plants. II. A rare chemotype of Tanacetum vulgare L., abundant in Piedmont (Italy). Planta Medica 35(3): 270-274

Wild Solanaceae as experimental hosts of viruses. I. Solanum ciliatum Lam., S. palinacanthum Dun. and S. viarum Dun. Arquivos do Instituto Biologico 45(3): 177-182

Wild almonds of southern Armenia. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 62(3): 83-92

Wild and cultivated cottons. Coton et Fibres Tropicales 33(3): 363-387

Wild and cultivated cottons. Coton et Fibres Tropicales 34(2): 239-264

Wild and cultivated orchids surveyed in Florida for the Cymbidium mosaic and Odontoglossum ringspot viruses. Plant Disease Reporter 62(11): 949-952

Wild animals as reservoir hosts of Chlamydia, particularly the agent of ovine enzootic abortion. Voprosy prirodnoi ochagovosti boleznei Contributions to the natural nidality of diseases No9: 139-143

Wild animals in a settled landscape. Wildtiere in der Kulturlandschaft: 175

Wild apricot populations of the Zailiiskii and Dzhungarskii Alatau and the use of forms in breeding and production. Materialy nauch metod soveshch po kul' ture abrikosa v Sredn Azii: 95-106

Wild beans of the Greater Southwest: Phaseolus metcalfei and P. ritensis. Economic Botany 34(1): 68-85

Wild berries pollinated by insects. Suomen Luonto 37(2): 91-94, 104

Wild birds as reservoirs of helminthiasis for broiler geese. Veterinarstvi 30(8): 367-368

Wild flowers for Nebraska landscapes. Bulletin, Agricultural Experiment Station, Nebraska University (MP 35): 27

Wild fodder plants of the Altai. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo, USSR (2): 24-26

Wild fodder plants of the Altai - useful resources in breeding for immunity. Nauch tekhn byul Sib NII rastenievodstva i selektsii (56): 76-83

Wild fodder plants of the Altai region as breeding material. Nauch tekhn byul Sib NII rastenievodstva i selektsii (56): 29-39

Wild fruit crops and local varieties from the Urals foothills and the Tatar ASSR. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 61(2): 29-40

Wild fruit trees and bushes of the north-eastern part of Azerbaijan. Rastitel' nye Resursy 15(4): 527-531

Wild fruiting trees and shrubs in the NE part of Azerbaijan. Rastitel' nye Resursy 15(4): 527-531

Wild garlic control with glyphosate and phenoxy herbicides. Arkansas Farm Research 28(1): 15

Wild garlic control with pre-emergence and post-emergence treatments. Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1977 (Vol. 32): 136-137

Wild kenaf, Hibiscus cannabinus L. (Malvaceae), and related species in Kenya and Tanzania. Economic Botany 32(2): 199-204

Wild medicinal plants of the Nilgiri region. Journal d' Agriculture Traditionnelle et de Botanique Appliquee 24(1): 23-39

Wild mushrooms, food and poison. Wild mushrooms, food and poison (2nd Edition): xi + 186

Wild oat (Avena fatua L.) control in the Southern Great Plains. Abstracts of 1979 Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America: 36

Wild oat (Avena fatua) control with fall- and spring-applied triallate. Weed Science 28(4): 416-418

Wild oat - a billion dollar problem. Weeds Today 10(3): 5-6

Wild oat control in barley. Research Journal, Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station (119: Research in weed science 1977): 12-22

Wild oat control with pre-em. or post-em. treatments. Himme, M van; Stryckers, J; Bulcke, R : Review of results obtained for the cropping years 1975-1976-1977 by the Centrum voor Onkruidonderzoek: Bespreking van de resultaten bereikt door het Centrum voor Onkruidonderzoek tijdens de proefjaren 1975-1976-1977: 37-39

Wild oat herbicide studies. 2. Physiological and chemical changes in barley and wild oats treated with diclofop-methyl herbicide in relation to plant tolerance. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 26(5): 1134-1137

Wild oats (Avena fatua and A. sterilis or A. ludoviciana): recent advances in controlling it in wheat and barley in Colombia. Revista COMALFI 4(4): 233-242

Wild oats : global gloom. Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science (Volume 30): 21-32

Wild oats effect on quality and quantity of flax and rapeseed. Canada Agriculture 24(4): 18-19

Wild oats in Morocco and methods of control. Awamia (55): 75-104

Wild oats in cereals. Phytoma (316): 13-16

Wild oats, other weed seeds are not good for swine. Crops and Soils Magazine 30(8): 26

Wild pear of Transcarpathia. Rast resursy 13(3): 513-518

Wild perennial grasses of S. Yakutia as promising initial material for breeding. Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Ordena Lenina i Ordena Druzhby Narodov Nauchno Issledovatel' skogo Instituta Rastenievodstva imeni NI Vavilova (70): 50-52

Wild plants as a source of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum infecting oilseed rape. Plant Pathology 28(4): 197-198

Wild poinsettia (Euphorbia heterophylla L.): an analysis of the problem in Louisiana soybeans. Abstracts of 1979 Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America: 19

Wild poinsettia: A major soybean weed. Louisiana Agriculture 23(3): 4-5,7

Wild potato species in the north. Rost, razvitie i urozhainost' rast v usloviyakh Evrop Sev Vost RSFSR (5): 70-90

Wild proso millet control in alfalfa, oats, peas and soybeans. Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1978 (Vol. 33): 71

Wild proso millet control in field and sweet corn. Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference (Vol. 33): 94-95

Wild relatives of crop plants and their conservation in the basin of the river Ai-dere (Kara-Kala region of the Turkmen SSR). Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Ordena Lenina i Ordena Druzhby Narodov Instituta Rastenievodstva Imeni N I Vavilova (81): 86-91

Wild rice harvest - new challenge for grain combines. USA, American Society of Agricultural Engineers: Grain and forage harvesting Proceedings first international grain and forage conference, September 25-29, 1977, Scheman Centre, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa: 90-95,100

Wild rice in shallow waters. Estestvennye kormovye resursy SSSR i ikh ispol' zovanie: 94-97

Wild river recreation management: a case study of the use allocation issue. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 40(11): p. 6014

Wild stone fruits of the Far East and breeding them. Sadovodstvo (7): 43-44

Wild stone fruits of the Ukraine and Moldavia. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 61(2): 14-28

Wild sunflower (Helianthus annuus-ruderalis Venzel/R.B.) a new weed of the fields of Kosova. Fragmenta Herbologica Jugoslavica 5(99): 23-28

Wild-beet: selective control in sugar-beets at planting in Israel. Proceedings, International Institute for Sugar beet Research, 40th Winter Congress, Brussels, 1977: 209-215

Wild-growing pear of the Trans-Carpathian Mountains. Rast Resursy 13(3): 513-518

Wildbacher Nero grapevine. Rivista di Viticoltura e di Enologia 31(7): 313-321

Wildebeest-associated malignant catarrhal fever in Africa: a neoplastic disease of cattle caused by an oncogenic herpesvirus. Comparative Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases 2(2/3): 275-283

Wilderness economics and policy. Wilderness economics and policy: xviii+225

Wilderness management for wildlife: philosophy, objectives, guidelines. Transactions of the Forty third North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, March 18-22 Phoenix, Arizona: 331-343

Wilderness management: a contradiction in terms?. Wilderness management: a contradiction in terms?: vi + 18

Wilderness presentation, planning and management: an annotated bibliography. Exchange Bibliography, Council of Planning Librarians (1516): 54

Wilderness recreation research: an annotated bibliography. Public Administration Series, Vance Bibliographies (P106): 23

Wilderness user preferences for psychological outcomes and setting attributes. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 40(7): 4228-4229

Wildfire effects on a ponderosa pine ecosystem: an Arizona case study. Research Paper, USDA Forest Service (RM-191): 13

Wildfowl, reservoirs and recreation. Report, Water Space Amenity Commission (5): 40

Wildfowling. Water Space1979; (15): 37-41

Wildland conservation in Central America. Wildland conservation in Central America: 37

Wildland fire research needs in the West: Forest Service managers' views. General Technical Report, USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Ogden (INT-63): 16

Wildlands management for wildlife viewing. In: Proceedings of Our National Landscape. A conference on applied techniques for analysis and management of the visual resource, April 23-25, 1979, Nevada, USA. USDA General Technical Report, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (PSW-35): 700-705

Wildlife and laboratory animals issue. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 173(9): 1076-1254

Wildlife conservation in the arid zone of the Sudan. Proceedings of the Khartoum Workshop on Arid Lands Management The University of Khartoum The United Nations University 22-26 October 1978: 40-44

Wildlife habitat investigations and management implications on the Bridger-Teton National Forest. North American elk: ecology, behavior and management: 63-74

Wildlife habitat management needs. USDA Forest Service Project Record, Equipment Development Centerrecd 1979; (7626 2201): iii + 10

Wildlife habitats in managed rangelands-the Great Basin of southeastern Oregon: riparian zones. US Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, General Technical Report; (PNW-80): 18

Wildlife in Namibia. International Wildlife 7(6): 52-62

Wildlife in a herbicide-treated Jeffrey pine plantation in eastern California. Journal of Forestry 76(8): 476-478

Wildlife in the countryside. Chartered Surveyor 112(3): p. 83

Wildlife legislation. Irish Landscape Journal 1(2): 24-28, 30-32, 34

Wildlife management. Wildlife management: 416

Wildlife management in wilderness. Wildlife management in wilderness: 172

Wildlife management preferences of hunters and fishermen in the U.S.: a cluster analysis. Government Reports, Announcements and Index, National Technical Information Service NTIS, US Department of Commerce 80(12): p. 1988

Wildlife needs and economics on rangelands. Society for Range Management, 33rd Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, February 11-14, 1980, Abstracts and Position Statements: 13-14

Wildlife of the Land's End peninsula. Wildlife of the Land' s End peninsula: 21

Wildlife of the prairies and plains. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report, North Central Forest Experiment Station (NC-29): 18

Wildlife production as a means of protein supply in West Africa, with particular reference to Ghana. Proceedings of the Eighth World Forestry Congress, Jakarta, 16-28 Oct 1978: World Forestry Congress: Forestry for food (FFF/8-5): ii + 23

Wildlife rabies in Zambia. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 14(4): 513-517

Wildlife rabies: survey of wild carnivores in Italy. Rabbia silvestre: censimento di carnivori selvatici in Italia: 55

Wildlife records - questionnaires. Research Information Note, Forestry Commission, UK (3): 2

Wildlife research in Arizona 1977-78. Wildlife research in Arizona 1977-78: iii + 45

Wildlife use and conservation. Agriculture in the economy A series of review papers, Vol1: 25

Wildlife valuation: the collective good aspect of hunting. Land Economics 54(4): 490-504

Wildlife vs. growers in the Territory's Top End. NT Rural News Magazine 4(3): 14-16

Wildlife, cattle benefiting from 'mosaic' range mgt. Arizona Farmer Ranchman 58(10): 52-53

Wildlife/fisheries/livestock interactions on rangelands: a position. Society for Range Management, 33rd Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, February 11-14, 1980, Abstracts and Position Statements: p. 13

Wilhelm Weinberg's contribution to quantitative genetics. Folia Mendeliana 13(63): 261-266

Will Alaskan farmers sell the development rights to their land?. Agroborealis 12(1): 19-22

Will Saudi Arabia drink icebergs?. New Scientist 75(1059): 11-13

Will biomass energy compete for forest industries raw materials. World Wood 18(12): 20

Will degradable plastics solve environmental problems?. Landtechnik 33(12): 566-567

Will intensive livestock farming be controlled?. Chartered Surveyor 112(4): 113-115

Will mesquite control with 2,4,5-T enhance grass production?. Journal of Range Management 31(2): 129-131

Will our future be on the seashore?. 2000 Amenagement du Territoire, Innovation Avenir (45): 21-25

Will structural sheet be the replacement for glass?. Horticulture Industry (September): 21-29

Will the British farmer of the 1980s get the machinery he deserves?. Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England 140: 63-70

Will the Somali ostriches be extinct within the next few years?. Somali Range Bulletin (9): 34-36

Will triticale be the cereal of the future in the mountainous areas?. Informatore Agrario 35(25): 6395

Will weeds develop resistance to herbicides?. Weeds Today 10(2): 26-27

Will your changing to three-time milking pay?. Hoard' s Dairyman 123(20): 1270-1271

Willow. Finland, Metsanjalostussaatio: Foundation for forest tree breeding 1977: 31

Willow. UK, Scottish Horticultural Research Institute: 25th annual report for the year 1978: 145

Willows (Salix L.) of subsection Sempervirentes Khokhr., section Myrtosalix Kerner, in north-east Asia. Novosti sist vyssh rast, 1978 15: 93-96

Wilt and dieback of Canary Island palm in California. California Agriculture 33(7/8): 19-20

Wilt and dieback of Mexican lime caused by Fusarium oxysporum. Phytopathology 69(7): 730-734

Wilt disease in winter heath, Erica carnea. Tidsskrift for Planteavl 82(4): 495-501

Wilt diseases of cucumber. Pflanzenarzt 32(7/8): 72-73

Wilt of sweet and sour cherries. Byulleten' Gosudarstvennogo Nikitskogo Botanicheskogo Sada (3): 21-24

Wilt resistance and type of branching in distant and interspecific hybrids of cotton. Materialy 9 i konf molod uchenykh Uzbekistana po s kh genet, biokhimiya, selektsiya i semenovod s kh kul' tur: 59-66

Wilt resistance in distant and interspecific cotton hybrids under different conditions of infection by Verticillium dahliae Kleb. Tr NII selektsii i semenovod khlopchatnika (14): 49-54

Wilt resistance of interspecies cotton hybrids. Khlopkovodstvo (5): 26-27

Wilt resistance of intraspecies remote hybrids. Khlopkovodstvo (9): 31-32

Wilt resistance of recommended cotton varieties in relation to different developmental phases. Azerb elmi tadgigat pambygc inst asarlari (66): 134-136

Wilt-resistance of Gossypium herbaceum L. to physiologic races of the pathogen of cotton wilt. Dokl AN Tadzh SSR 20(4): 48-50

Wilt-resistant cotton mutants obtained by treatment with chemical mutagens. Genet izmenchivost' vozbuditelya vilta i puti povysh viltoustoichivisti khlopchatnika: 164-168

Wilt-resistant cultivars from the Azerbaijan Institute of Cotton Growing. Khlopkovodstvo (9): 35-36

Wilt-resistant intraspecies hybrids. Khlopkovodstvo (7): 35-36

Wilt-resistant lines of cotton selected in the progeny of intervarietal and distant intraspecific crosses. Genet izmenchivost' vozbuditelya vilta i puti povysh viltoustoichivosti khlopchatnika: 160-163

Wilting and death of autumn capsicums. Groenten en Fruit 34(47): 44-45

Wilting moisture of plants on two-component mixtures of bog-podzolic soil. Soviet Soil Science 10(5): 570-577

Wilting of avocado: a new disease in Morocco. Awamia (55): 41-55

Wilting of birches in the forest steppe of the central Chernozem provinces and increasing their drought resistance. Zashchit lesorazved i les kul' tury (5): 100-107

Wimbledon Common: present recreational demands and future management policies. Occasional Paper, School of Geography, Kingston Polytechnic (8): 44-53

Win back the acres; the treatment and cultivation of PFA surfaces. Win back the acres; the treatment and cultivation of PFA [pulverized fly ash] surfaces: 15

Wind and sandblast-damage to tobacco plants at various growth stages. Tobacco International 181(20): 63-65

Wind damage to fruit and vineyards in the Boland sub-region. Deciduous Fruit Grower 29(8): 264-267

Wind deflectors - how well do they really work?. Dairy and Ice Cream Field 161(11): 34, 96

Wind directional dependence of sol-air temperatures. Transactions of the ASAE 21(4): 742-746

Wind dissemination of Cochliobolus miyabeanus (Ito & Kuribayashi Drechsler ex Dastur) in a Cuban rice growing region. Archiv fur Phytopathologie und Pflanzenschutz 14(3): 205-207

Wind drag on Burley tobacco plants. Transactions of the ASAE 23(1): 189-191

Wind effects on buildings with varying leakage characteristics - wind-tunnel investigation. Journal of Industrial Aerodynamics 3(4): 267-284

Wind energy - heat generation. British Hydromechanics Research Association 2nd International Symposium on Wind Energy Systems, October 1978, Amsterdam, Holland, Volume 1: H 2-17 - H2-32

Wind energy activities at the Solar Energy Research Institute. International Solar Energy Society, American Section, Proceedings of the Annual Meeting 2(2): 713-718

Wind energy conversion systems. Journal of Industrial Aerodynamics 5(3/4): 231 pp

Wind energy potential for agricultural applications in South Dakota. ASAE Paper (79-3509): 19 pp

Wind energy research and development at Lincoln. Report, Department of Agricultural Engineering, Lincoln College (WMN-4): 11 pp

Wind energy, methods and application. SBI Landbrugsbyggeri, Statens Byggeforskningsinstitut (54): 74-82

Wind erosion control - a demonstration on Flinders. Tasmanian Journal of Agriculture 49(2): 69-73

Wind erosiveness in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Science 21(1): 137-148

Wind induced instability in salt gradient solar ponds. International Solar Energy Society, American Section, Proceedings of the Annual Meeting 3(1): 371-375

Wind interneurone input to flight motor neurones in the locust, Schistocerca gregaria. Naturwissenschaften 66(2): 116-117

Wind is reducing crop yields. Arable Farming 6(2): 62-65

Wind power - hot water generator. SBI Landbrugsbyggeri, Statens Byggeforskningsinstitut (54): 86-90

Wind power as a supplement to solar power in India. Sun: Mankind' s Future Source of Energy, Proceedings of the International Solar Energy Society Congress, New Delhi, India, January, 1978 (Vol. 3): 1810-1811

Wind pressure on block-type buildings. Journal of Industrial Aerodynamics 4(3/4): 229-242

Wind profile parameters and turbulence intensity over several roughness element geometries. Transactions of the ASAE 22(2): 334-338, 343

Wind speed, water balance and irrigation requirement 1957-78. Tidsskrift for Planteavl 84(2): 111-161

Wind transport of salts. Soviet Soil Science 11(2): 196-206

Wind velocity and the extent of damage by air pollution to the edges of spruce stands. Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Technischen Universitat Dresden 27(6): 1337-1341

Wind-breaks to stem a financial blow. Farmers Weekly 90(20): xii...xvii

Wind-induced natural ventilation. Publication, Building Research Council, Sweden (D10): 87 pp

Wind-power research and development in the UK. Electronics and Power 25(7): 485-488

Wind-tunnel modelling of dispersion of odours in the neighbourhood of pig houses. Journal of Industrial Aerodynamics 4(3/4): 391-398

Windbreak protection for wintering calves. California Agriculture 33(7/8): 12-13

Windbreaks. Windbreaks (HG 21): 39

Windbreaks and shelterbelts for an improved urban environment. Proceedings of the Eighth World Forestry Congress, Jakarta, 16-28 Oct 1978: World Forestry Congress: Forestry for quality of life (FQL/28-4): ii + 8

Windbreaks and their effects on plant production. Revue Horticole Suisse 53(5): 203-213

Windbreaks for reducing moisture stress. Modification of the aerial environment of crops: 394 - 408

Windbreaks on the island of Sardinia. Proceedings of the Eighth World Forestry Congress, Jakarta, 16-28 Oct 1978: World Forestry Congress: Forestry for food (FFF/5-6): ii + 12 + ii

Windermere recreation survey 1977. Windermere recreation survey 1977: 108+ix

Winding up the lily breeding at Mylnefield. UK, Royal Horticultural Society: Lilies 1978/9 and other Liliaceae: 19-21

Windmills. Machinisme Agricole Tropical (67): 3-22

Windmills for rural India. Sun: Mankind' s Future Source of Energy, Proceedings of the International Solar Energy Society Congress, New Delhi, India, January, 1978 (Vol. 3): 1838-1842

Windows without seals. General study 261. Fenetre sans joint Etude generale 261 (27(4/78)): 11

Windrowing the crop lifted by potato harvesters with a great working width. Agrartechnik (1): 35-38

Windthrow disaster in the catchment protection forests. Allgemeine Forstzeitung 89: 346-348

Windthrow hazard classification. Research Information Note, Forestry Commission, UK (22): 4

Wine and grape production in Hungary. Statisztikai Szemle 56(11): 1112-1125

Wine as a medium term investment vehicle. European Review of Agricultural Economics 5(1): 35-50

Wine grape varieties in England. Garden, UK 104(11): 436-440

Wine grapes and dried vine fruit. Situation and outlook 1980: Fruits: 65-96

Wine growing contracts. Marketing alternatives for producers? The farm, contents and feasability of consistent, controlled, wine marketing. Weinwirtschaft 115(14/15): 392-396

Wine imports and policy issues. California Agriculture 33(7/8): 15 .... 23

Wine producer co-operatives as a market stabilizer. Deutsche Weinbau 33(33): 1457-1462

Wine production and utilization in the member countries of the European Community and in those applying for membership. Weinwirtschaft 115(33; 34; 35/36; 38): 995-999; 1019-1024; 1105-1109; 1187-1189

Wine quality versus ripeness of light-sorted Carlos muscadine grapes. American Journal of Enology and Viticulture 29(3): 169-171

Wine sales in the catering trade of the GFR. Investigation of price formation and sales policy. Weinabsatz im Gastgewerbe der Bundesre ik Deutschland Untersuchungen zur Preisgestaltung und Verkaufspolitik: 263

Wine varieties for south plains of Texas. HortScience 13(3, I): 264

Wine versus ethanol in human nutrition. 2. Fluids, sodium, and potassium balance. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 32(4): 817-822

Wine versus ethanol in human nutrition. 3. Calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium balance. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 32(4): 823-833

Wine: is there any need to fear Spain?. Entreprises Agricoles (116): 31-42

Wing colour patterns in two species of froghoppers. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 14(4): 303-310

Wing grooming in bees (Apoidea) and the evolution of wing grooming in insects. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 514: 653-665

Wing mechanics and take-off preparation of Thrips (Thysanoptera). Journal of Experimental Biology 85: 129-136

Wing-beat pattern in Rhodnius prolixus Stal (Heteroptera: Reduviidae) during exhaustive flight. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 572: 391-395

Winged bean - a food with many uses. Plant foods for man(4): 203-221

Winged bean - a high protein grain legume for Karnataka. Current Research 8(3): 37-39

Winged bean in Papua New Guinea. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter (33): 29

Winged bean, a new host for Meloidogyne javanica. Revista de Agricultura 54(3): 136

Winged bean: unexploited tropical food crop. HortScience 15(3): 233-238

Wings of life. The pleasures of vegetarian cookery. Wings of life The pleasures of vegetarian cookery: 256

Winrock Report. Potential of the world's forages for ruminant animal production. Winrock Report Potential of the world' s forages for ruminant animal production: 91

Winter Bald Eagle in Arizona; a special report. Winter Bald Eagle in Arizona; a special report: 36 + iii

Winter Conference, Cambridge 14th-17th January, 1980. British Cattle Breeders Club Digest (35): 113

Winter Conference, Cambridge 16th-19th January 1978. British Cattle Breeders' Club Digest (33): 84

Winter and fall lambing performance of crossbred ewes of Finnsheep, Dorset, Rambouillet and White Face Western breeding when mated to purebred or crossbred rams. Animal Science Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University (MP-103): 150-155

Winter and spring habit in the genus Aegilops L. Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Ordena Lenina i Ordena Druzhby Narodov Instituta Rastenievodstva Imeni NI Vavilova (84): 62-64

Winter and spring mortality of honeybee colonies in 1978 - an inquiry. Sante de l' Abeille (52): 115-118

Winter and spring prescribed fires on Louisiana pine-bluestem range. Proceedings of the first international rangeland congress, Denver, Colorado, USA, August 14-18, 1978 [Hyder, DN Editor]: 242-244

Winter and spring runoff from manure application plots. ASAE Paper: (78-2032)

Winter barley. Booklet, ADAS (2063): 16

Winter barley, oat and triticale tests 1978. Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University (786): 50

Winter barley- yield, quality and breeding tasks. Tolvmandsbladet 50(1): 25-30

Winter barley. Farm management data. Undersoegelse det Jordbrugsoekonomisk Institut (34): 67

Winter behaviour of Andrena cingulata. Cahiers des Naturalistes 33(1): 1-13

Winter bioenergetics of Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep. Canadian Journal of Zoology 56(11): 2388-2393