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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 904

Chapter 904 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Hormone-dependent subpopulation of rat testicular luteinizing hormone (LH) receptors. Biology of Reproduction 24(2): 306-310

Hormone-induced caulogenesis in long-term tobacco cell lines and its effect on nuclear DNA content. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 60(1): 31-36

Hormone-induced setting of Cox apple, Malus pumila, as affected by time of application and flower type. Journal of Horticultural Science 56(4): 345-352

Hormones and development. Hormones and development: 542

Hormones and domestication. Avian endocrinology: 549-565

Hormones and lactation: pathways of control. UK, Hannah Research Institute: Report, 1980: 83-85

Hormones and metabolism in ruminants. Proceedings of a workshop held at Bodington Hall, University of Leeds, 22-24 September, 1980. Hormones and metabolism in ruminants Proceedings of a workshop held at Bodington Hall, University of Leeds, 22-24 September, 1980: 155

Hormones and mouse mammary tumorigenesis. Cancer Research 41(9 Pt 2): 3819-3820

Hormones and related substances in milk. Progress in Clinical and Biological Research 36: 139-152

Hormones are no causal links in phytochrome-mediated adventitious root formation in mustard seedlings (Sinapis alba L.). Planta 150(4): 321-329

Hormones in sows' blood. UK, Rowett Research Institute: Annual report of studies in animal nutrition and allied sciences Volume 36: 63

Hormones modulate the concentration of cytoplasmic progestin receptors in the brain of male ring doves (Streptopelia risoria). Journal of Endocrinology 86(2): 251-261

Horn fly production as affected by seasonal changes in rangeland forage conditions. Southwestern Entomologist, 52: 80-83

Hornbeam in the stands of the Kanev reserve. Lesovedenie (2): 35-41

Horned poppy, Glaucium flavum, in Israel: notes on its pollination and distribution. Israel Journal of Botany80; 28(2): 87-94

Horse breeding in Soviet Lithuania. Konevodstvo i Konnyi Sport (3): 12

Horse breeding in the USSR. Stocarstvo 33(11-12): 421-426

Horse breeding scheme. UK, Northern Ireland, Department of Agriculture: Northern Ireland agriculture 40th annual general report of the Department of Agriculture, year ended 31 March 1981: 81

Horse breeds derived from the old Spanish type. Bulletin Vyzkumna Stanice pro Chov Koni Slatinany (32): 72-81

Horse breeds in Italy. Informatore Zootecnico 28(7): 40-43

Horse feeding and nutrition. Horse feeding and nutrition: xvi + 292

Horse flies (Diptera: Tabanidae) new to Florida and the United States. Florida Entomologist 63(3): 344-345

Horse flies and deer flies (Diptera: Tabanidae) feeding on cattle in southwestern Quebec. Canadian Entomologist, 11310: 883-886

Horse flies and deer flies of West Virginia: an illustrated key (Diptera, Tabanidae). Bulletin of the Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, West Virginia University (674): 67

Horse meat. Viande chevaline: 108

Horse riding in forests. Allgemeine Forstzeitschrift (25): 620-622, 630

Horse-flies from the West Palaearctic region. I. Tabaninae, excluding Hybomitra and Atylotus (Diptera, Tabanidae). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 27(4/5): 221-249

Horse-flies of the area of the Charvak Reservoir. Markevich, A P [Resp Ed ]: First All Union Conference of Parasitocoenologists Poltava, September 1978 Abstracts of reports Part 1; Part 2; Part 3: I Vsesoyuznyi S' ezd Parazitotsenologov Poltava, Sentyabr' 1978 g Tezisy Dokladov Chast' 1; Chast' 2; Chast' 3: recd 1980; (3) 53-54

Horsenettle root control with selected herbicides: translocation, fate and influence on carbohydrate metabolism. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 40(10): 4586-4587

Horses as a farm enterprise. Forderungsdienst 29(5): 134-136

Horticultural and quality characteristics of some black currant varieties. Jugoslovensko Vocarstvo 13(47/48): 23-31

Horticultural business management: the neglected state of the art. Farm Management1981; 4(4): 177-183

Horticultural crop diseases. Annual Report on Research and Technical Work of the Department of Agriculture for Northern Ireland 1979: Plant pathology research division: 142-143

Horticultural crops in Belgium: area, production and prices, 1971-1980. Notes, Institut Economique Agricole, Ministere de l' Agriculture, Belgium (82): 19

Horticultural description and performance studies of some cultivars of Hippeastrum hybridum Hort. Singapore Journal of Primary Industries 9(2): 127-135

Horticultural evaluation of eight foliage types of peas near-isogenic for the genes af, tl and st. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 106(3): 272-282

Horticultural exports, instrument of development?. Sociologia Ruralis 21(3/4): 254-268

Horticultural industries: survey results for 1978-79 and income estimates for 1979-80 and 1980-81. Quarterly Review of the Rural Economy 3(1): 58-66

Horticultural industry survey results: 1977-78. Quarterly Review of the Rural Economy 2(2): 211-215

Horticultural management of solar greenhouses in the northeast. Horticultural management of solar greenhouses in the northeast: 95

Horticultural research reports for 1978 of the experiment stations and demonstration farms of the Rhineland Department of Agriculture. Gartenbauliche Versuchsberichte 1978 der Versuchsanstalten und Beispielsbetriebe fur Gartenbau der Landwirtschaftskammer Rheinland: 386

Horticultural research reports for 1981 of the experiment stations of the Rheinland Department of Agriculture. Gartenbauliche Versuchsberichte 1981 der Versuchsanstalten fur Gartenbau der Landwirtschaftskammer Rheinland: 379

Horticulture Days 1982. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 13(7): 641-687

Horticulture and special crops. Market Commentary, Horticulture and Special Crops (Dec. 1981): 101

Horticulture in Akaroa County. Research Report, Agricultural Economics Research Unit, Lincoln College, New Zealand (119): 137

Horticulture in Montesson (Yvelines) from 1820 to 1980. La Culture maraichere a Montesson Yvelines de 1820 a 1980: 128

Horticulture in the Canary Islands. HortScience 16(2): 148-149

Horticulture in the Falkland Islands: a feasibility study. Horticulture in the Falkland Islands: a feasibility study: 36

Horticulture under glass and energy. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 12(6): 607-610

Horticulture, research report 1979. Horticulture, research report 1979: 57

Horticulture, research report 1980. Horticulture, research report 1980: 60

Horticulture. Research Report 1980. Horticulture Research Report 1980: 60 pp

Horticulture. Research report 1981. Horticulture Research report 1981: 60 pp

Horticulture: principles and practical applications. Horticulture: principles and practical applications: 652

Hortiplus glass is not yet economically justifiable. Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 35(44): 134-135

Hospital diets : the effect of keeping the food warm on the nutritive value. Naringsforskning 22(4): 344-350

Hospital diets in Denmark. Recommended dietary standards of the Hygiene Committee of the Medical Association. Ugeskrift for Laeger 143(42): 27630-2762

Hospital malnutrition. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society of Australia 5: 26-33

Host -- protozoa -- drug interactions in targeted chemotherapy. The host invader interplay Proc 3rd Internat Symp on the biochemistry of parasites and host parasite relationships, Beerse, Belgium, 30 June to 3 July 1980: 575-582

Host acquisition by Ornithodoros capensis Neumann (Ixodoidea: Argasidae). Annales de Parasitologie Humaine et Comparee 56(3): 353-357

Host adaptation, sex ratio, and flight activity in male black pineleaf scale. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 736: 665-667

Host and Rhizobium contributions to the physiology of legume nodules. Nitrogen fixation Volume 2: symbiotic associations and cyanobacteria: 3-31

Host and environmental factors affecting hydrogen evolution and uptake. Current perspectives in nitrogen fixation [Gibson, AH; Newton, WE Editors]: 373

Host and geographic records of ectoparasites from Alaskan seabirds (Charadriiformes: Alcidae and Laridae). Canadian Journal of Zoology 60(3): 472-475

Host and locality records for Plagioporus sinitsini (Trematoda: Opecoelidae). Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 47(2): 263

Host and site specificity. Biology of the Coccidia edited by Peter L Long: 2

Host and site specificity in the coccidia: a perspective. Journal of Protozoology 28(2): 243-244

Host bacterium factors involved in legume symbiosis. Indian Journal of Microbiology 20(3): 245-252

Host cell invasion by malarial parasites. Cellular interactions in symbiosis and parasitism: 31-46

Host change, generation sequence and reproductive isolation of Ovatus crataegarius (Walker, 1850) and O. insitus (Walker, 1849)(Homoptera: Aphididae). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 26(4/5): 241-253

Host community acceptance of foreign tourists. Strategic considerations. Annals of Tourism Research 7(2): 224-233

Host contact and initial development of the root parasite Hyobanche sanguinea L. Abstracts, XIII International Botanical Congress, Sydney, Australia, August 1981: 56

Host defence mechanisms in systemic candidosis. Revista Medica de Chile 109(4): 349-353

Host defense mechanisms against nematode parasites: destruction of newborn Trichinella spiralis larvae by human antibodies and granulocytes. Journal of Infectious Diseases 143(5): 712-718

Host defense mechanisms in experimental leishmaniasis. Cancer immunology and parasite immunology Correlation or juxtaposition Colloquium 28-31 July, 1980, Seillac, France INSERM [Ed by: Israel, L; Lagrange PH; Salomon, JC]: 349-364

Host differentiation and serological homology of pea seed-borne mosaic virus isolates. Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology 87(1): 1-10

Host discrimination in three ectoparasites (Aphytis coheni, A. lingnanensis and A. melinus) of the oleander scale (Aspidiotus nerii). Netherlands Journal of Zoology 31(3): 504-532

Host facilities and leisure in rural areas: a report of experiences in the Centre region. 5 parts. Accueil et loisirs en milieu rural: bilan d' experiences en Region Centre 5 fascicules: 63

Host factors affecting nitrogen fixation in common bean. HortScience 15(3, II): 431

Host foliage in the susceptibility of forest sites in central California to outbreaks of the Douglas-fir tussock moth, Orgyia pseudotsugata (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae). Canadian Entomologist 113(4): 325-332

Host genes as determinants of the natural history of parasitic infection. Cancer immunology and parasite immunology Correlation or juxtaposition Colloquium 28-31 July, 1980, Seillac, France INSERM [Ed by: Israel, L; Lagrange, PH; Salomon, JC]: 525-533

Host genetics and tropical disease. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene6(2): 155-156

Host heme biosynthesis and degradation in schistosomiasis. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 30(5): 1010-1019

Host immune responses. Biology of the Coccidia edited by Peter L Long: 371

Host index of plant diseases in Thailand. Host index of plant diseases in Thailand (Ed. 2): 124

Host influence on the diapause of Rhagoletis cerasi Linnaeus 1758. Bulletin SROP 2: 153-155

Host influence on variation in the length of Anonchotaenia globata. Revista Iberica de Parasitologia 40(4): 407-415

Host influences on the efficacy of benzimidazole anthelmintics. The host invader interplay Proc 3rd Internat Symp on the biochemistry of parasites and host parasite relationships, Beerse, Belgium, 30 June to 3 July 1980: 731-734

Host location and feeding patterns in tsetse. Insect Science and its Application 1: 23-30

Host location by Coccygomimus turionellae (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae). Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 273: 233-245

Host location in Stomoxys calcitrans (L.), (the stable fly). Host location in Stomoxys calcitrans L, the stable fly: 146 [+ 4]

Host metabolic alterations during inflammatory stress as related to nutritional status. American Journal of Veterinary Research 41(11): 1905-1911

Host non-preference and antibiotic resistance to the aphid Metopolophium dirhodum in winter wheat cultivars. Annals of Applied Biology 97(Suppl. Tests of Agrochemicals and Cultivars, 2): 68-69

Host parasite relations in Ascaris suum infection in pigs. Proceedings of the Congress of the International Pig Veterinary Society, 30 June to 3 July, 1980, Copenhagen, Denmark: 270

Host parasite relations in Ascaris suum infection in pigs and mice. Host parasite relations in Ascaris suum infection in pigs and mice: 193

Host parasite relations of Meloidogyne incognita on beet, Beta vulgaris. Egypt: Proceedings of the 4th Conference of pest control, 30 September 3 October, 1978, Cairo, Part II: 889-894

Host parasite relationships and the phenomenon of antigenic variation in salivarian trypanosomes. Cancer immunology and parasite immunology Correlation or juxtaposition Colloquium 28-31 July, 1980, Seillac, France INSERM [Ed by: Israel, L; Lagrange, PH; Salomon, JC]: 509-518

Host parasite relationships in Trypanosoma (duttonella) vivax with special reference to the influence of antigenic variation. Veterinary Quarterly 4(1): 32-35

Host plant and Rhizobium effects on acetylene reduction in alfalfa during regrowth. Crop Science 22(2): 251-254

Host plant constituents as oviposition deterrents for the cabbage looper, Trichoplusia ni. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 30(2): 201-204

Host plant preference of the whitefly, Aleurodicus dispersus Russell. Florida Entomologist, 632: 222-225

Host plant reactions to nematode infection. Annotated Bibliography, Commonwealth Institute of Helminthology, St Albans, Herts, UK (H.55): 32

Host plant related properties of the antennal olfactory system in the oak flea weevil, Rhynchaenus quercus. Electroantennogram study. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 302: 169-175

Host plant resistance to insects and mites: a neglected but essential part of integrated pest control. Proceedings International symposium of IOBC/WPRS on integrated control in agriculture and forestry Vienna, 8th-12th October 1979: ; 113-120

Host plant selection in insects, with particular reference to insects feeding on crucifers. Entomologiske Meddelelser 47(3): 97-109

Host plant-emitted volatiles as a factor in susceptibility in vitro of Cucumis and Cucurbita spp. to the fungus Mycosphaerella melonis. Scientia Horticulturae 17(4): 311-317

Host plants and geographic distribution of Pithomyces chartarum (Berk. & Curt.) M. B. Ellis in Brazil. Biologico 46(3/4): 59-76

Host plants of powdery mildew fungi collected at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, England, during August and September in 1978. Transactions of the Mycological Society of Japan 21(2): 245-258

Host plants of the oriental corn borer and its allied species, genus Ostrinia, in Tohoku District. Miscellaneous Publication of the Tohoku National Agricultural Experiment Station (2): 85-89

Host preference, sessility and mating behaviour of Leptopsylla segnis reared in captivity. Fleas: proceedings of the International Conference on Fleas Ashton Wold Peterborough UK 21-25 June 1977 edited by R Traub and H Starcke: 378

Host preferences and reproduction of four cereal aphids on 20 triticale cultivars. Crop Science 21(2): 322-324

Host races and sympatric speciation in small ermine moths, Yponomeutidae. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 303: 280-292

Host range and biotypes of Pseudomonas solanacearum in the Northern Territory. Australasian Plant Pathology 10(3): 46-47

Host range and host specificity of sarcocystis. Zentralblatt für Bakteriologie, Mikrobiologie und Hygiene. 1. Abt. Originale A, Medizinische Mikrobiologie, Infektionskrankheiten und Parasitologie 250(3): 355-360

Host range and morphology of cereal mosaic virus. Biologicheskie Nauki (2): 22-29

Host range and properties of artichoke yellow ringspot virus. Annals of Applied Biology 96(2): 177-186

Host range and some properties of chicory blotch virus. Tagungsbericht der Akademie der Landwirtschaftswissenschaften der Deutschen Demokratischen Re ik: 45-51

Host range and some properties of iris severe mosaic virus found in Japan. Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 47(2): 182-188

Host range and temperature requirements of Culicinomyces clavosporus. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 36(3): 423-425

Host range and varietal reactions of top necrosis virus of pea (Pisum sativum). Indian Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology 1980; 9(2): 284-287

Host range as a means of differentiation between tomato mosaic virus strains. Egyptian Journal of Phytopathology 1979; 10(1): 1-7

Host range of Albugo tragopogi from common ragweed. Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 2(3): 173-175

Host range of Hoplolaimus aegypti. Egypt: Proceedings of the 4th Conference of pest control, 30 September 3 October, 1978, Cairo, Part II: 903-908

Host range of Isoachlya anisospora var. indica, Saksena and Bhargava on certain fresh water fishes. Geobios (Jodhpur): 74: 151-153

Host range of Pratylenchus brachyrus. II - Vegetables. Fitopatologia Brasileira 6(1): 67-72

Host range of Pratylenchus brachyurus. I. Gramineae. Fitopatologia Brasileira 5(3): 351-357

Host range of Pratylenchus brachyurus. III. Different species. Fitopatologia Brasileira 6(3): 469-473

Host range of Pratylenchus hexincisus and its pathogenicity on corn, soybean, and tomato. Phytopathology, 708: 749-753

Host range of Pyricularia oryzae and Thanatephorus cucumeris in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta. International Rice Research Newsletter 6(4): 10

Host range of Rhizoctonia solani f.sp. sasakii, the incitant of banded sclerotial disease of maize. Indian Phytopathology 34(4): 494-496

Host range of Rhizoctonia solani, the casual organism of sheath blight disease of rice. Indian Phytopathology 1980; 32(4): 604-605

Host range of Rhynchosporium oryzae, the causal organism of leaf scald disease of rice. Indian Phytopathology 34(2): 248-249

Host range of Uromyces viciae-fabae. Phytopathology 71(8): 868

Host range of Ustilago scitaminea Syd. in the Philippines. Sugarcane Pathologists' Newsletter (24): 11-13

Host range of fungi pathogenic to waterhyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes (Mart.) Solms.). Kasetsart Journal 12(2): 114-118

Host range of rice ragged stunt virus. Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 47(5): 697-699

Host range of the crown gall bacterium is determined by the virulence plasmid. California Plant Pathology (51): 4-5

Host range of the rice root nematode, Hirschmanniella oryzae. Indian Journal of Nematology 1980; 9(2): 177-178

Host range of two entomogenous fungi Syncephalastrum racemosum Cohn ex Schroeter and Penicillium oxalicum Currie and Thom and safety to certain crop plants. Entomon 6(2): 121-122

Host range studies of Meloidogyne hapla in Taiwan. Plant Disease, 656: 500-501

Host range studies on four Alternaria isolates pathogenic to cotton (Gossypium spp.) or spurred anoda (Anoda cristata). Plant Science Letters 22(1): 71-75

Host range study and evaluation of certain barley varieties to the maize cyst nematode Heterodera zeae. Indian Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology 8(1): 72

Host range, host preference for oviposition and development and the dispersal of Bemisia tabaci Gennadius, a vector of several plant viruses. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 508: 620-623

Host range, virulence, and control of Pythium splendens Braun from Peperomia orba Bunt. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1980; 92: 355-358

Host ranges of Globodera species within Solanum subgenus Leptostemonum. Nematologica, 272: 172-189

Host reaction to Sarcocystis in goats. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 28(11): 244-244

Host reaction to infection with Trichinella larvae. Voprosy epidemiologii i gigieny v Litovskoi SSR 6 Kishechnye i virusnye infektsii i invazii Mater res ik nauch konf 6-7 Sentyabrya 1979 g: 261-263

Host reactions and transmission of two seed-borne cowpea viruses from Central Brazil. Fitopatologia Brasileira 6(2): 193-203

Host reactions in uni- and bisexual Angiostrongylus cantonensis infections by surgical transfer. Japanese Journal of Veterinary Research 29(1/2): 40

Host recognition in the Rhizobium-soybean symbiosis. Plant Physiology 66(4): 609-614

Host record of the leech Placobdella nuchalis Sawyer and Shelley (Rhynchobdella: Glossiphoniidae). Journal of Parasitology 67(5): 748

Host records of ectoparasites from small mammals of South Dakota. Southwestern Naturalist 24(4): 689-691

Host records of the root-knot and reniform nematodes. Haryana Journal of Horticultural Sciences 9(3/4): 134-135

Host regulation by insect parasitoids. Quarterly Review of Biology 55(2): 143-165

Host response of cantaloup cultivars to Meloidogyne incognita infection. Bulletin, National Research Centre, Cairo, Egypt 5: 204-210

Host response of germfree and conventional mice to single and mixed intestinal Trichinella spiralis and Trichinella pseudospiralis infections. Trichinellosis Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on trichinellosis, 1-5 September 1980, Noordwijk aan Zee, The Netherlands: 237-241

Host response of germfree and conventional mice to single or mixed infection with Trichinella spiralis and Trichinella pseudospiralis. II. Serological investigations. Bulletin de L' Academie Polonaise des Sciences, Sciences Biologiques 29(1/2): 61-71

Host response to Haemoproteus columbae. Rivista di Parassitologia, 412: 191-193

Host responses induced in mice by a radiation-attenuated Plasmodium berghei (NK65) malaria parasite. International Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Biology 7(2): 141-146

Host selection and control of the banded greenhouse thrips on ornamentals. Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society, 154: 475-479

Host selection and host suitability of Bracon hebetor (Say) (Braconidae: Hymenoptera). Bulletin of the Faculty of Science, Cairo University 1979; (48): 301-314

Host selection and strain occurrence in Apanteles flavipes (Cameron) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) and its bearing on biological control of graminaceous stem-borers (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae). Bulletin of Entomological Research, 714: 575-581

Host selection by parasitic angiosperms. Symbolae Botanicae Upsaliensis 22(4): 194-199

Host specificity among the helminth parasites of four species of snakes. Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie 58(5): 929-930

Host specificity and the distribution of the helminth parasites of sheep, cattle, impala and blesbok according to climate. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 52(3): 201-206

Host specificity indices of parasites and their application. Experientia (Basel) 36(12): 1369-1371

Host specificity of Phytophthora megasperma from Douglas fir, soybean, and alfalfa. Phytopathology 71(1): 65-68

Host specificity studies on Ceutorhynchus maculaalba, a potential candidate for the biological control of opium poppy. Environmental Entomology, 95: 681-688

Host specificty and suitability of Tephritis dilacerata (Dip.: Tephritidae): a candidate for the biological control of perennial sow-thistle (Sonchus arvensis) (Compositae) in Canada. Entomophaga 1980; 24(4): 455-461

Host suitability and biology of Paratheresia claripalpis Wulp. (Tachinidae: Diptera). Indian Journal of Plant Protection 1979; 6(1): 36-39

Host susceptibility and resistance. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 74(2): 267-268

Host susceptibility experiments on a new fish trypanosome in India. Angewandte Parasitologie 23(2): 69-73

Host susceptibility, histopathologic and transmission studies on Ceratomyxa shasta, a myxosporidan parasite of salmonid fish. Fish Pathology 14(4): 183

Host tolerance, a short-term pest management tool - maize and corn rootworm as a model. Plant Protection Bulletin, FAO 28(4): 137-138

Host variations among populations of Meloidogyne spp. European Society of Nematologists: Abstracts of the 15th International Nematology Symposium of the European Society of Nematologists, Bari, Italy, 24-30 August, 1980: 61-62

Host vibration - a cue to host location by the parasite, Biosteres longicaudatus. Oecologia (Berlin): 482: 249-251

Host-feeding patterns of Japanese mosquitoes I. Blood meal sources of some mosquitoes in a paddy area. Japanese Journal of Sanitary Zoology 31(4): 283-288

Host-feeding patterns of Japanese mosquitoes II. A host-blood identification study of daytime-resting Culex pipiens pallens in Kyoto, Japan. Japanese Journal of Sanitary Zoology 31(4): 289-295

Host-finding behavior of the rice bug, Leptocorisa chinensis Dallas (Hemiptera: Coreidae), with special reference to diel patterns of aggregation and feeding on rice plant. Applied Entomology and Zoology, 153: 225-233

Host-finding behaviour of Patasson lameerei (Hym., Chalcidoidea), a parasitoid of Sitona eggs (Col., Curculionidae). Entomophaga 27(1): 93-97

Host-finding responses of onion and seedcorn flies to healthy and decomposing onions and several synthetic constituents of onion. Environmental Entomology, 94: 467-472

Host-fungus competition for carbon as a cause of growth depressions in vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal ryegrass. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 14(2): 103-106

Host-induced morphological variations in the strigeoid trematode Posthodiplostomum minimum (Trematoda: Diplostomatidae). II. Body measurements and tegument modifications. Great Basin Naturalist 37(2): 129-137

Host-induced morphological variations in the strigeoid trematode Posthodiplostomum minimum (Trematoda: Diplostomatidae). III. Organs of attachment. Great Basin Naturalist 37(3): 375-382

Host-induced morphological variations in the strigeoid trematode Posthodiplostomum minimum (Trematoda: Diplostomatidae). IV. Organs of reproduction (ovary and testes), vitelline gland, and egg. Great Basin Naturalist 37(4): 481-488

Host-induced oviposition preferences and oviposition markers in the cowpea weevil, Callosobruchus maculatus. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 742: 242-245

Host-parasite co-evolution among some cyst nematodes. European Society of Nematologists: Abstracts of the 15th International Nematology Symposium of the European Society of Nematologists, Bari, Italy, 24-30 August, 1980: 10

Host-parasite interaction as a potential population-regulating mechanism. Ecology (Washington D C): 605: 884-890

Host-Parasite Interaction of Resistant Sugarbeet and Heterodera schachtii. Journal of Nematology 13(2): 206-212

Host-parasite interaction: mechanisms of parasite survival in the immune host. Rivista di Parassitologia 42(1): 5-21

Host-parasite interactions during the erythrocytic cycle of Plasmodium spp. Cahiers ORSTOM, Entomologie Medicale et Parasitologie 18(2): 113-116

Host-parasite interactions in fungal diseases. Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, IA xv+: 43-51

Host-parasite interplay. Immunology Today 1(4): ii-v

Host-parasite population biology. Parasites their world and ours Proceedings of the 5th International Congress of Parasitology, Toronto, Canada, 7-14 August, 1982, under the auspices of the World Federation of Parasitologists: 303-312

Host-parasite relations in some didymozoid trematodes. Journal of Parasitology, 663: 527-531

Host-parasite relations of Chaunocephalus similiferox Verma, 1936 (Trematoda, Echinostomatidae) in the bird host Anastomus ositatus. Acta Parasitologica Polonica, 2731: 273-278

Host-parasite relations. Study session organized in Paris on 17 November 1978 under the auspices of the Botanical Society of France. Bulletin de la Societe Botanique de France 126(Actualites Botaniques 4): 130

Host-parasite relations: research on induction of ethylene formation in higher plants and the role of ethylene in disease symptom expression and initiation of defence reactions. Berichte der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft 93(3): 635-657

Host-parasite relationship in Cistanche (Orobanchaceae). Haustorium (6): 3

Host-parasite relationship in Cistanche spp. Hoffmgg. et Link. Proceedings of the 6th International Colloquium on Weed Ecology, Biology and Systematics, organized by COLUMA EWRS, Montpellier, 1980 (Volume II): 337-345

Host-parasite relationship in experimental trypanosomiasis: some aspects of the phenomenons of antigenic variation, immunodepression and macroglobulinaemia. Cancer immunology and parasite immunology Correlation or juxtaposition Colloquium 28-31 July, 1980, Seillac, France INSERM [Ed by: Israel, L; Lagrange, PH; Salomon, JC]: 541-552

Host-parasite relationship in trichiniasis. 2. Infectivity of various strains of Trichinella spiralis in mice, guinea pigs and two strains of rats. Pakistan Journal of Zoology 8(2): 191-197

Host-parasite relationship: augmentative releases of Spalangia endius Walker used in conjunction with population modeling to suppress field populations of Musca domestica L. (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae and Diptera: Muscidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 543: 496-504

Host-parasite relationships between molluscs and trematodes. Uspekhi Sovremennoi Biologii 86(1 (4)): 143-153

Host-parasite relationships between schistosomes and their intermediate hosts. Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, Abteilung 1, Referate 263: 195-196

Host-parasite relationships in the system Besnoitia besnoiti and Citellus fulvus. Voprosy Priorodnoi Ochagovosti Boleznei (10): 73-81

Host-parasite relationships in the system Khawia sinensis - carp in low intensity infection. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Nauchno Issledovatel' skogo Instituta Prudovogo Rybnogo Khozyaistva Parazity, bolezni ryb i ikh parazity 27: 75-87

Host-parasite relationships in trichiniasis. 1. Infectivity of various strains of Trichinella spiralis in rats. Pakistan Journal of Zoology 8(2): 183-189

Host-parasite relationships. I. Total cholesterol and fatty acid values in the livers of the garden lizard (Calotes versicolor) in the non-infected and infected conditions with Strongyluris bengalensis. II. Cholesterol and fatty acid values in Strongyluris bengalensis (Nematoda: Heterakidae). Rivista di Parassitologia 42(1): 159-162

Host-parasite relationships. Total protein and monosaccharide values in the blood of the garden lizard (Calotes versicolor) in the non-infected and infected conditions with Strongyluris bengalensis (Nematoda: Heterakidae). Rivista di Parassitologia, 412: 203-205

Host-parasite relationships: an approach by studying the electrophoretic behaviour of proteins of the tissues of host and parasite. Indian Journal of Parasitology 3: 48

Host-parasite telationships of the trematode Microphallus papillorobustus. I. Penetration of cercariae and relationships of the metacercariae with the nervous tissue of the Gammarus intermediate hosts. Annales de Parasitologie Humaine et Comparee 57(3): 263-270

Host-pathogen genetic variance and interactions for reaction to Fusarium root rot in red clover. Agronomy abstracts: 72



Host-pathogen interactions between Arachis hypogaea L. and Cylindrocladium crotalariae (Loos) Bell and Sobers. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 39(9): 4125B


Host-pathogen variability for Fusarium-caused root rot in red clover. Crop Science 20(6): 787-789

Host-plant coevolution and the diversity of bees in relation to the flora of North America. Phytologia 43(4): 357-419

Host-range studies on some isolates of Xanthomonas campestris pv. graminis from Belgium. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen Rijksuniversiteit Gent 46: 793-798

Host-species specific and regional differences among common antigens of Trypanosoma brucei (Plimmer and Bradford, 1899). Transactions of the Zimbabwe Scientific Association, 609: 57-65

Host-specific fimbrial adhesins of noninvasive enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli strains. Microbiological Reviews 46(2): 129-161

Host-specificity in cereal parasites in relation to their control. Applied Biology Volume V: 349-393

Host-symbiont interactions. V. The structure of acidic extracellular polysaccharides secreted by Rhizobium leguminosarum and Rhizobium trifolii. Plant Physiology 67(3): 389-400

Host-symbiont interactions: recognizing Rhizobium. Nitrogen fixation Volume 2: symbiotic associations and cyanobacteria: 189-203

Host-trypanosome interactions in Glossina. Insect Science and its Application 1: 39-46

Host-vector-parasite relationships in human filariasis. Seminars in infectious disease Volume III: 131-152

Host/parasite relations in Polygenis tripus (Siphonaptera, Rhopalopsyllidae). Boletim do Museu de Historia Natural da Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Zoologia (24): 1-11

Host/parasite relations in bacterial diseases. East Malling Research Station Report for 1981: Talboys, P W: Crop protection division: 75-76

Hostas from seed. Garden, UK 105(9): 371-372

Hostile interaction in a general hospital ward leading to disturbed behaviour and bulimia in anorexia nervosa: its successful management. Postgraduate Medical Journal 54(631): 361-363

Hosts and guests: the bed and breakfast phenomenon. Annals of Tourism Research 8(3): 357-376

Hosts of a parasitic alga, Cephaleuros Kunze, in Florida. Plant Disease 65(6): 520-522

Hosts of encyrtid genera in the world (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea). Memoirs of the College of Agriculture, Ehime University 25(2): 85-110

Hosts of microphallid trematodes in China. Annual Bulletin of the Society of Parasitology, Guangdong Province Guangdong Jishengchong Xuehui Nianbao 2(12): 65-67, 167

Hosts of sandfly vectors of Leishmania braziliensis guyanensis in the central Amazon of Brazil. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 31(2): 239-242

Hot air sterilization of cup-filling installations. Deutsche Molkerei Zeitung 102(16): 521-524

Hot deserts of the world: what and where. US Forest Service, Washington Office, General Technical Report (WO-28): 8-17

Hot pepper mosaic -- an important disease in the West Indies. Tropical Pest Management 28(1): 88-89

Hot pepper variety trial. New Zealand Commercial Grower 37(4): 23

Hot water plants. Garden 106(1): 21-23

Hot water treatment of crucifer seed. Malaysian Agricultural Journal 52(3): 228-239

Hot water treatment of mangoes. II. Comparative trial for cultivars. Anais da Escola Superior de Agricultura "Luiz de Queiroz" 36: 671-681

Hot water-soluble boron content of fine sedimentary and granitic soils as related to selected soil properties. Journal of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science 46(2): 123-125

Hot-callusing for grafting dormant filbert trees. Agricultural Research, USA 30(1): 12-13

Hot-water treatment and sugarcane health. Sugarcane Pathologists' Newsletter (27): 1-2

Hot-water treatment in the culture of rock-garden narcissi. Bloembollencultuur 92(7): 177

Hot-water treatment of tubers for elimination of the potato phyllody pathogen. Indian Phytopathology 1980; 32(4): 646-648

Hot-wire anemometer behaviour in low velocity air flow. Journal of Physics E: Scientific Instruments 14(1): 46-51

Hotel and tourist industry in Thailand. Research in Tourism 2(1): 1-24

Hotel classification - art or science?. International Journal of Tourism Management 2(1): 18-29

Hotel guides analysis 1980. Hotel guides analysis 1980:

Hourly distribution of time of parturition in beef cows. Canadian Journal of Animal Science 62(2): 597-605

Hourly fuel consumption for turning a tractor/machine unit. Mekhanizatsiya i Elektrifikatsiya Sotsialisticheskogo Sel' skogo Khozyaistva (7): 48-49

Hours worked and wages received by co-operative farm workers. Gazdalkodas 25(9): 37-41

House and city planning in the ancient Negev and the Provincia Arabia. Housing in Arid Lands: 3-32

House dust: correlated activity of three types of dust extracts with regard to extracts of mites, cat fur and human skin scales. Revue Francaise d' Allergologie et d' Immunologie Clinique 21(4/5): 217-220

House fly genetics: fertility differences in matings of male translocation heterozygotes with different normal females . Annals of the Entomological Society of America 74(5): 489-492

House frame kits made with pole timbers for hurricane and earthquake areas. Note, Building Research Establishment, UK (71/80): 33

House fungus. Svampe (1): 10-14

House-dust mite sensitivity in respiratory allergic subjects in Korea. Seoul Journal of Medicinerecd 1981; 20(1): 1-9

House-dust mites in Danish homes. Allergy recd 1980; 33(6): 329-330

House-fly susceptibility to Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis and a comparison with the activity of other insecticidal bacterial preparations. Acta Entomologica Bohemoslovaca, 786: 358-362

Household agricultural strategies and agricultural development in a multi-ethnic municipio in southern Brazil. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 41(7): p. 3168

Household economy of landless workers and rice farmers in a Philippine village. Household economy of landless workers and rice farmers in a Philippine village: 48

Household expenditure on meat versus nonmeat sources of protein in the United States. Southern journal of agricultural economics 12(2): 51-54

Household farms of agricultural cooperative members. Documents on the Agricultural Cooperatives, National Council of Agricultural Cooperatives (3): 31

Household food consumption and expenditure 1979. Annual report of the National Food Survey Committee. Household food consumption and expenditure 1979 Annual report of the National Food Survey Committee: xi+218

Household food consumption and expenditure: 1978. Household food consumption and expenditure: 1978: ix + 246

Household food consumption and expenditure: 1979. Household food consumption and expenditure: 1979: xi + 218

Household food consumption in five villages in the Sudan. Ecology of food and nutrition(3): 137-142

Household pests. A guide to the identification and control of insect, rodent, damp and fungoid problems in the home. Household pests A guide to the identification and control of insect, rodent, damp and fungoid problems in the home: 176

Household soft-ice-cream machine. United States Patent: (4 205 535)

Household task allocation in a rural Mexican community. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 41(2): p. 723

Household utensils for preparation of fresh cheese and process. French Patent Application: (2 423 977)

Household woodfuel and environment in Zambia. Environmental Reports, Natural Resources Department, Zambia (1): 23

Household, family and economy in a Korean mountain village. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 42(6): 2748-2749

Housewives produce for the world market - the lace makers of Narsapur. Working Papers, World Employment Programme Research, International Labour Office (WEP 10/WP 16): 142

Housewives, out or at home. Recreation of housewives in the residential environment. Huisvrouwen, uit of thuis De rekreatie van huisvrouwen in de woonomgeving deel 2: 173

Housewives, peasants, the marginalized: subsistence production in the Third and First World. Bielefelder Studien der Entwicklungssoziologie (10): vii, 274

Housing a multiplier flock in cages. Ptitsevodstvo (3): 20-23

Housing and disease in calves. Farm Building Progress (62): 7-8

Housing and equipment for dairy production. Genie Rurale (5): 16-21

Housing and feeding systems - growing poultry. Agricultural Engineer 37(2): 41-43

Housing and feeding systems - pigs. Agricultural Engineer 37(2): 44-48

Housing and human settlements. Philippine Development 8(1): 30-35

Housing and its effect on feet and leg problems. Proceedings, Pig Veterinary Society 5: 95-98

Housing and management to reduce climatic impacts on livestock. Journal of Animal Science 52(1): 175-186

Housing and the control of vectors of human Chagas' disease in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. Bulletin of the Pan American Health Organization 16(2): 117-129

Housing as a determinant of leisure behaviour: the example of the Ruhr district. Munstersche Geographische Arbeiten, Instituts fur Geographie, Westfalischen Wilhelm Universitat (7): 61-71

Housing cows at small dairy farms. Indian Farming 30(5): 25-27, 29

Housing density and egg quality. Ptitsevodstvo (10): 16-17

Housing density of sheep in intensive commercial units. Nauchnye Issledovaniya v Romanovskom Ovtsevodstve Tematicheskii Sbornik (5): 47-52

Housing for 50-60 cows today. Genie Rural (1/2): 27-31

Housing for dairy cows. Simpozionul Probleme de ameliorare, tehnologie de crestere si patologie la taurine si ovine, 11-12 mai 1979: 1980; 63-68

Housing hens and cocks from a multiplier flock in cages. Ptakhivnitstvo (28): 49-52

Housing in Arid Lands. Housing in Arid Lands: xi + 257

Housing in national parks. Town and Country Planning 50(7/8): 193-195

Housing of dairy animals. Livestock Adviser 7(6): 13-17

Housing pigs in multi-tier systems. Nauchnye Osnovy Razvitiya Zhivotnovodstva v BSSR (9): 82-83

Housing recommendations for a rapidly expanding egg industry. ASAE Paper (79-4574): 31 pp

Housing sheep and wool quality. Ovtsevodstvo (2): 36

Housing systems. Journal of Dairy Science 65(3): 502-508

Housing systems for the breeding herd. ASAE Paper (79-4571): 16 pp

Housing tenure and outdoor recreation participation among urban Canadians. Housing tenure and outdoor recreation participation among urban Canadians: 40

Hover-flies (Diptera, Syrphidae) overwintering in the spruce forest floor of Moravia. Casopis Slezskeho Muzea, Vedy Prirodni A 29(3): 269-281

Hoverflies (Diptera, Syrphidae) of various spruce forest vegetation tiers of the CSR. Casopis Slezskeho Muzea, Vedy Prirodni A 30(1): 45-61

How they maintain fertilizer plant -- part II. Self reliance 10(6): 9-11

How they maintain fertilizer plants - Part 1. Self reliance 9(5): 10-13

How 'Helleri' holly responds to superphosphate incorporated in pine bark. American Nurseryman 154(12): 12

How Botrytis lives and develops on some market garden crops and flowers. Informatore Agrario 36(19): 10601-10604; 10607-10608

How China utilizes biogas in rural areas. Agricultural Engineering 62(5): 16-17

How Cotoneaster cuttings respond to nitrogen and potassium treatments. American Nurseryman 155(8): 46-49

How Europe deals with noise. Timber Trades Journal 319(5479): 34-35

How Finns beef up Ayrshire's yield. Dairy Farmer 28(10): 81, 83

How I.R.D.P. is changing the rural scene. Kurukshetra 30(7): 12-13

How U.S. cotton is sold for export. [Publication] Foreign Agricultural Service, US Department of Agriculture (FAS M-198): 48

How a versatile herbicide protects a crop and preserves the environment. Lavoura Arrozeira 32(314): 34-35

How accurate is the metabolic balance technique?. Pediatric Research 14(4, II): 571

How accurately can age be determined in horses?. Berliner und Munchener Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 94(9): 167-171

How accurately can climate be controlled in cheese-ripening rooms?. Deutsche Molkerei Zeitung 101(38): 1378-1383

How agents and clients view programmes. Journal of Extension 20(May/June): 4-9

How air pollution affects plants. American Nurseryman 152(5): 12, 42-44

How and when to control diseases and nematodes of sugar-cane. Saccharum Stab 3(8): 12-22

How are model-statutes guaranteed in our socialist agricultural economy?. Einheit 35(1): 38-45

How best to prepare a working liquid of Bitoxibacillin. Zashchita Rastenii (6): 62

How black scour worms affect sheep. Rural Research, Australia (108): 29-31

How bloodsucking insects perforate the skin of their hosts. Fleas: proceedings of the International Conference on Fleas Ashton Wold Peterborough UK 21-25 June 1977 edited by R Traub and H Starcke: 335

How can a cow produce milk from grass alone?. Fourrages Actualites (22): 17-20

How can ergonomic research improve the working conditions of forest workers?. Allgemeine Forstzeitschrift (18): 447-449

How can hyacinths best be stored after heat treatment?. Bloembollencultuur 92(9): 224-225

How can the flower production per kg of narcissus bulbs be increased?. Bloembollencultuur 91(33): 894-895

How can the supply of Pinus contorta seed be safeguarded?. Sveriges Skogsvardsforbunds Tidskrift 78(1/2): 96-103

How can tourism improve farmers' income and image. IFAP News 29(10): 1-4

How can unripe apples be recognized?. Groenten en Fruit 36(46): 50-51

How can we increase the production, quality and health of our forests by selective breeding?. Bulletin de la Societe Royale Forestiere de Belgique 88(2): 49-66

How close should broccoli be planted?. Groenten en Fruit 36(36): 50-51

How common are ant-repellent nectars?. Biotropica, 103: 238-239

How common are farm prices in the Common Market?. Landbouwkundig Tijdschrift 94(3): 66-71

How credit co-operatives fail to reach the rural poor. Kurukshetra 28(18): 4-7, 14

How crops behave in laboratory environment. ASAE Paper (81-1565): 17 pp

How decision making behaviour affects farm business development. Berichte uber Landwirtschaft 58(2): 181-211

How different sowing times affect the cotton yield in Jhang district. Pakistan Cottons 26(2): 73-78

How do immune response genes work?. Immunology Today 1(2): 33-36

How do milking goats perform on cultivated grasses?. Fourrages Actualites, Supplement a l' Elevage Bovin, Ovin, Caprin (87): 17-19

How do plant growth substances work?. Plant, Cell and Environment 4(3): 203-228

How do silage losses occur?. DLG Mitteilungen 95(10): 569-571

How do we assure sufficient seed of the best cultivars will be available to the consumer?. Agronomy Abstracts 72nd annual meeting, American Society of Agronomy: 110

How do you get to play football?. Voetballen, hoe kom je ertoe?: 190

How do your cows shape up?. Dairy Farmer 28(1): 54-55

How does a limitation of the numbers of standard dimensions affect the yield?. Rapport, Institutionen for Trateknologi, Kungl Tekniska Hogskolan (3): 12

How does agricultural work affect health?. Economie Rurale (146): 37-44

How does food aid with dried skim milk and butter oil operate?. Deutsche Milchwirtschaft 33(28): 1042

How does growing plants under shade affect transplanting success?. American Nurseryman 154(4): 8, 24, 26, 28

How effective is Terpal on spring barley?. DLG Mitteilungen 95(5): 281-283

How efficient are bees in pollinating sunflowers?. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 541: 61-67

How expensive is an inadequate utilization of the tractor engine?. Landtechnik 35(8/9): 393-395

How far is a new agricultural policy in Europe necessary and possible. Stage of the agricultural policy discussion in the GFR with particular attention to the positions of GFR agriculture and the Federal Government. (An expert report for the Committee of Experts to advise the GFR Government on the general economic situation). Diskussionsbeitrage, Institut fur Agrarpolitik und Marktlehre, Universitat Kiel (37): 100

How fast sires are improving, by breed. Dairy Herd Improvement Letter 56(3): 3-4

How female are the completely female gherkin cultivars for once-over harvesting?. Zaadbelangen 34(9): 255-256, 258-259

How fiber acidity affected functional properties of dry-formed hardboards. USDA Forest Service Research Paper, Forest Products Laboratory, Madison (FPL 282): 8

How gifting between spouses can reduce forest estate taxes. Journal of Forestry 77(10): 655-657

How goes the world educational crisis?. Higher Education and Research in the Netherlands 24(1/2): 51-56

How good are silage additives?. DLG Mitteilungen 96(9): 504-506

How have PACS fared: a study. Kurukshetra 29(17): 4-10, 16

How helminths affect sheep. In Practice 3(4): 4-11

How high the carbohydrate?. Diabetologia 19(5): 409-413

How honeybees measures their pollen loads. South African Bee Journal 52(3): 11-13

How house environment affects bird performance. Poultry International 21(2): 68...78

How important is good plant material. Fruitteelt 71(46): 1304-1306

How is Pennsylvania selected for vacations?. Pennsylvania Travel Review 2(2): 1-2

How is it done?. Recreation reconsidered: into the eighties: 77-93

How is polyspermy prevented?. Gamete Research 4(2): 151-169

How is tracking and fixation accomplished in the nervous system of the fly? A behavioural analysis based on short time stimulation. Biological Cybernetics 38(3): 179-186

How is yield formation controlled in winter wheat?. DLG Mitteilungen 95(19): 1127-1130

How it went in Emilia-Romagna. Informatore Agrario 38(33): 22187-22189

How many Artogeia species in America? (Lepidoptera: Pieridae). Proceedings and Transactions of the British Entomological and Natural History Society 14(1/2): 2-6

How many babies do figs pay for babies?. Biotropica, 111: 48-50

How many chokers to fly in cable thinnings? A question for simulation. Forest Products Journal 31(11): 54-58

How many drinks a day?. JAMA 242(18): 2000-2000

How many farmers do we need?. Land Aktuell 32(11): 276-278

How many meals daily?. Informatore Zootecnico 28(8): 57-59

How many parents do the wasps from a fig have?. Biotropica, 112: 127-129

How many stock inventory plots do I need?. Tree Planters' Notes 29(3): 27-28

How many tree heights should you measure for natural, Atlantic Coastal Plain loblolly site index?. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 5(4): 180-183

How markets evolve. SPAN 25(2): 68-69

How midges swarm: a spatial temporal analysis of Chironomus riparius flight by computer. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 89: 207

How much compost in the cropping area and how dense can it be?. Mushroom Journal (104): 273-277

How much crop protection can we afford in the 1980's?. Proceedings, 1980 British Crop Protection Conference Weeds: 753-758

How much do insects eat?. What' s New in Forest Research (66): 4

How much does biogas equipment cost? -- Agricultural economic appraisal of biogas in farming. Rapport, Jordbrugsokonomisk Institut (6): 49

How much is farmland worth?. Staff Papers Series, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Wisconsin (155): 16

How much is that extra nitrogen fertiliser costing you?. British Sugar Beet Review982; 50(13): 54-56

How much nitrogen applied to wetland rice is lost?. World Crops 33(1): 21-22

How much nitrogen for early potatoes?. Kartoffelbau 33(2): 41-42, 44-45

How much space does sugar beet need?. DLG Mitteilungen 96(4): 201-203

How much wood for the stove?. Research Information Note, Forestry Commission, UK (55): 2

How much, how often and when to apply nitrogen. DLG Mitteilungen 96(2): 60-65

How new U.S. meat import laws will affect NZ beef exports. World Agriculture 29(2): 14-15

How not to learn from pilot irrigation projects: the Nigerian experience. Water Supply and Management 5: 81-105

How often is it necessary to test mastitis bacteria for sensitivity to antibiotics?. Trudy, Vsesoyuznyi Nauchno issledovatel' skii Institut Veterinarnoi Sanitarii 63: 83-85

How parasitic seed plants induce disease in other plants. Plant disease: an advanced treatise Vol IV How pathogens induce disease; ed by J G Horsfall and E B Cowling: 293-312

How plant-pathogenic bacteria survive. Plant Disease 65(8): 633-637

How planting dates affect maize germination and number of plants. Egyptian Journal of Agronomy 3(2): 227-234

How pure must a cladistic study be ? A response to Nelson on Michener. Systematic Zoology 27(1): 118-122

How rain intensity affects interrill erosion. ASAE Paper (80-2503): 12 pp

How revenue officers should work. Kurukshetra 28(18): 8-14

How rising salt causes land loss. Span 23(3): 139-140

How rural is our future? Employment: trends and alternatives. How rural is our future? Employment: trends and alternatives: 109

How safe are foods of animal origin? Proceedings of 22nd Meeting of Food Hygiene Working Group of the DVG, 29th September-1st October 1981 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Wie sicher sind unsere vom Tier stammenden Lebensmittel? 22 Arbeitstagung des Arbeitsgebietes Lebensmittelhygiene vom 29 Sept bis 1 Okt 1981 in Garmisch Partenkirchen: 291

How seedbed density can affect nursery stock costs. Forestry Chronicle 57(6): 276-278

How sensitive is the EEC's Generalised System of Preferences?. ODI Review (1): 11-29

How shade and fertilizer levels affect woody plant growth. American Nurseryman 151(11): 7, 56, 60, 62, 64

How shearing affects Christmas tree quality. Ohio Report on Research and Development 66(3): 37-40

How should a modern maritime pine stand be managed?. Informations Foret (3): 101-108

How should radishes be stored? Tips for practical management. Gemuse 18(6): 222-224

How soil erosion is avoided in Brazil. DLG Mitteilungen 96(14): 769-772

How soil map units and delineations change with survey intensity and map scale. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 61(4): 535-552

How stable yielding are our rape varieties?. DLG Mitteilungen 96(12): 670-671

How strong is British DF ?. Forestry and British Timber 11(4): 15-17

How stylo reacts to fire. Rural Research (109): 30-31

How successful is small holding farming in the South Pacific Islands?. South Pacific Bulletin 30(1): 3-10

How superficial is Malassezia furfur?. Anon : Proceedings of the fifth International Conference on the Mycoses Superficial, cutaneous and subcutaneous infections Caracas, Venezuela, 27-30 April 1980: 38-43

How the Union looks at the Wildlife and Countryside Bill. Insight (132): 2-6

How the computer chicken helps the broiler grower. ASAE Paper (80-5007): 18 pp

How the crop grows - from seed to sugar. British Sugar Beet Review 46(4): 19-22

How the distribution of manzanita in Arizona is governed by winter rain, acid soil, topographic elevation, and freezing weather. Desert Plants 3(2): p. 108

How the elderly spend the time in recreation. Sociaal Cultureel Kwartaalbericht 2(3): 27-37

How the selective herbicide applicators measure up. Farm Chemicals 143(3): 98-103

How the ski-jump uproar was resolved. Landscape Architecture 70(1): 59-63

How the zebra got its stripes - biting flies as selective agents in the evolution of zebra coloration. Journal of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa, 442: 351-358

How they store potatoes in Afghanistan. Indian Farming 31(2): 23,25

How to accelerate cotton development ?. Khlopkovodstvo (7): 35

How to achieve more effective marketing in the UK. Farm Management 4(7): 283-290

How to analyze the development of farms. An empirical investigation using discriminant analysis. Zur Analyse der Entwicklung landwirtschaftlicher Betriebe Eine empirische Untersuchung mit Hilfe der Diskriminanzanalyse: 321

How to avoid mastitis. L' Elevage Bovin (119): 47-51

How to avoid the spread of infection. Zashchita Rastenii (3): 18

How to balance foreign trade in agricultural and food products. Wies Wspolczesna 24(8 (282)): 42-48

How to compile the plan for financing capital investment in state farms. Planirovanie i Uchet v Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh predpriyatiyakh (5): 32-35

How to control sheep parasites according to time-table . Landwirtschaftliches Wochenblatt Westfalen Lippe 136(13): 40-42

How to control the cherry fruit-fly. Zashchita Rastenii (11): 28

How to cope with mastitis. Proceedings of IV International Symposium on mastitis control (I): 225-234

How to deal with waste from Cottage cheese production. Proceedings from the first biennial Marschall International Cheese Conference: ; 443-454

How to decide between medical and surgical treatment of amoebic liver abscess. Revue Mediterraneenne des Sciences Medicales 1: 801-802

How to design a windbreak. American Nurseryman 152(10): 10-11, 50-51

How to detect soil sterilant damage in ornamental trees and shrubs. American Nurseryman 153(3): 9, 94-97

How to determine the optimum level of fertilizer. The experience of one trial. Fourrages Actualites, Supplement a l' Elevage Bovin, Ovin, Caprin (96): 13-21

How to determine what you can afford to spend for inventories. U S Forest Service, Washington Office, General Technical Report (WO-28): 98-102

How to diagnose black walnut damage. General Technical Report, Forest Service, United States Department of Agriculture (NC-57): 20

How to differentiate hyperparathyroid patients among intermittent hypercalcemic urinary stone formers: a combined use of immunoreactive parathyroid hormone and nephrogenous adenosine 3',5'-monophosphate. Journal of Urology 123(3): 328-334

How to eliminate the residual adverse effect of some herbicides on wheat. Rastitelna Zashchita 27(9): 37-39

How to fertilize trees and shrubs in the landscape. American Nurseryman 154(2): 8-9, 43...64

How to find the price that's right. Parks and Recreation, USA 16(3): 32-39, 64

How to fix purchase prices. Ekonomika Sel' skogo Khozyaistva (11): 43-46

How to gain a better knowledge of what tourism is. Pour une meilleure connaissance du phenomene touristique: 25

How to grow triticale. DLG Mitteilungen 96(5): 272-274

How to have two tonnes of Sawan from a hectare. Indian Farming 30(6): 16-18

How to improve the performance of earth spur-roads. Lesnaya Promyshlennost' (11): 22-24

How to improve the sowing qualities of buckwheat seeds. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (3): 39

How to increase livestock productivity 20 per cent. Tree Farmer (3): 107-111

How to increase long storage of vegetables. Zashchita Rastenii (1): 56-58

How to increase seed yield of red clover. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo (3): 37

How to increase the effectiveness of Trichogramma. Zashchita Rastenii (8): 33

How to keep workers on farms in the non-black-earth region. Kadry v Sel' skom Khozyaistve (2): 79-83

How to look for a liver hydatid site. Revue du Praticien 28(37): 2853-2858, 2863-2865

How to make a nutritional diagnosis without really trying. A. Adult nutritional diagnosis. Journal of the Florida Medical Association 66(4): 349-356

How to make a nutritional diagnosis without really trying. B. Pediatric nutritional diagnosis. Journal of the Florida Medical Association 66(4): 356-366

How to make good maize silage. Conservation in the silo. Informatore Agrario 36(36): 12021-12024, 12027-12029

How to make logging in deep snow more efficient. Ekonomi, Forskningsstiftelsen Skogsarbeten (12): 6

How to make the most of mycorrhizal fungi. American Nurseryman 153(11): 9,38,40,42,44

How to manage a heavily stocked dairy farm. New Zealand Journal of Agriculture 144(6): 24-25

How to manage agricultural literature. Course with transparencies. Como manejar la literatura agricola Curso proguanado con transparencias: 273

How to manage young professionals. Allami Gazdasag 13(3): 15-16

How to maximise income levels on dairy farms. Farm and Food Research 11(6): 184-186

How to move towards assessment. The popular arts Essays from The City University: 56-69

How to obtain healthy seedlings. Zashchita Rastenii (9): 52-53

How to obtain high yields of fodder cabbage. Korma (1): 23-24

How to obtain large basal area factors with an American scale Spiegel Relaskop. Resources Evaluation Newsletter (8): 2-3

How to obtain propolis. Pchelovodstvo (1/2): 47-48

How to obtain reliable yields of lucerne seed in the non-chernozem zone. Korma (4): 13-14

How to plant ground covers. American Nurseryman 154(6): 12-13, 109-113

How to protect against the main parasites. Informatore Agrario 35(27): 6573-6580

How to protect plants against heat. American Nurseryman 152(12): 68-74, 89

How to pump life into an old pasture. Technical and scientific papers presented at 1979 Manitoba Agronomists' Annual Conference: 71-74

How to reach small farmers: Caritas experience with small farmers. How to reach small farmers: Caritas experience with small farmers: 9

How to recognize unripe apples. Fruitteelt 71(19): 652-653

How to reduce harmfulness of potato wart. Zashchita Rastenii (11): 23

How to reduce microbiological activity in whey using sorbic acid and sodium sorbate. Pishchevaya Promyshlennost' , Res ikanskii Mezhvedomstvennyi Nauchno Tekhnicheskii Sbornik (26): 58-61

How to reduce milk fat losses?. Molochnoe i Myasnoe Skotovodstvo (6): 15-16

How to save energy in the greenhouse. American Nurseryman 152(10): 13, 90...112

How to select farm equipment. Etudes du Centre National d' Etudes et d' Experimentation de Machinisme Agricole (470): 62

How to select the right margarine for your patients. Canadian Medical Association Journal 124(12): 1550-1551

How to speed up the breeding of potatoes with multiple resistance to pathogenes?. Abstracts of conference papers of the 8th triennial conference of the European Association for Potato Research: 210-211

How to suppress lactation. Gazette Medicale de France 86(33): 3795-3796, 3798

How to tackle water problems in connection with countries similar to Malta with small surface area and little rainfall. Selected Water Problems in Islands and Coastal Areas: 335-340

How to time the sampling of tussock moth larvae. Agriculture Handbook, USDArecd 1980; (532): 5

How to use nitrogen fertilizers more effectively. Kormoproizvodstvo (2): 25-27

How to use the labour force and tie workers to the farm. Ekonomika Sel' skogo Khozyaistva (11): 4-9

How tourism helps a learned society. British Travel News (70): 15-18

How tropical diseases impede social and economic development of rural communities: a research agenda. Rural Africana1981; (8/9): 5-20

How uniformity of tree distribution affects stand growth. Forestry Chronicle 54(3): 156-158

How urban workers in Botswana manage their cattle and lands: Selebi-Phikwe case studies. Working Papers, National Migration Study, Botswana (4): v+154

How vitamin B12 acts. British Journal of Haematology 47(4): 487-491

How was the holiday?. Klik 9(7): 8-13

How was the official Swiss list of fodder cereal varieties for 1982 drawn up?. Revue Suisse d' Agriculture 14(6): 323-325

How we control the second generation of the codling moth and the yellow apple mite on vines. Rastitelna Zashchita 28(6): 42-43

How we determine the dates of release of Trichogramma. Zashchita Rastenii (6): 62

How we integrated sheep production into crop production. Kooperation 13(11): 490-492

How will agriculture master the energy crisis?. Schweizerische Landwirtschaftliche Monatshefte 58(1): 1-18

How would component pricing affect your income?. Hoard' s Dairyman 125(13): 913, 947

How yoghurt bacteria help each other grow. Voedingsmiddelentechnologie 15(4): 22-25

Huabangsha megachela gen. et sp. nov. (Acariformes: Trombiculidae). Acta Entomologica Sinica, 231: 82-85

Hualapai-Aquarius Draft Grazing Environmental Impact Statement. Hualapai Aquarius Draft Grazing Environmental Impact Statement: 187

Hualapai-Aquarius Final Grazing Environmental Impact Statement. Hualapai Aquarius Final Grazing Environmental Impact Statement: 124

Hubbardochloa, a new genus of grasses from Rwanda and Burundi. Bulletin du Jardin Botanique National de Belgique 50(1/2): 241-247

Huckleberry ecology and management research in the Pacific Northwest. General Technical Report, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service (PNW-93): 50

Hudeiba wheat variety trial. Sudan, Agricultural Research Corporation: Annual report of the Hudeiba Research Station 1975-1976: 48-49

Hulsenberg topics 1980. Problems of beef production. Hulsenberger Gesprache 1980 Probleme der Rindfleischproduktion: 221

Hultdin's harvester GP-322 for thinnings. Teknik, Forskningsstiftelsen Skogsarbeten (10): 4

Human 'seed tick' infestation. Archives of Dermatology 117(12): 812-814

Human Sarcocystis infection in Malaysia. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 122: 247-250

Human adaptation and disease in Saudi Arabia and neighboring Arab countries. In Association for Arid Lands Studies, Proceedings, Denver, Colorado, April 21-24, 1982 5: p. 16

Human and animal salmonellosis in Scotland associated with environmental contamination, 1973-79. Veterinary Record 108(26): 553-555

Human and environmental influences on practice adoption and production efficiency in the high potential cattle farming areas of South West Africa (Afrikaans text). Dissertation Abstracts International, A 42(6): p.2772

Human antiparasitic agents. Annual reports in medicinal chemistry, Volume 16: 125-135

Human aspects of desertification and of measures to combat it in arid Rajasthan. The Threatened Drylands: Regional and Systematic Studies of Desertification: 73-79

Human babesiosis in North America. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 74(2): 149-152

Human babesiosis on Nantucket Island: prevalence of Babesia microti in ticks. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 29(5): 742-746

Human basophil degranulation in schistosomiasis. Diagnostic value in 77 patients. Nouvelle Presse Medicale 10(4): 258

Human behavior and schistosomiasis in an Ethiopian town and an Egyptian village: Tensae Berhan and el Ayaisha. Rural Africana1981; (8/9): 35-65

Human cerebral candidosis - a postmortem evaluation of 19 patients. Human Pathology 12(1): 23-28

Human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) in the treatment of obesity: a critical assessment of the Simeons method. Western Journal of Medicine 127(6): 461-463

Human chorionic gonadotropin enhances the ability of gonadotropic hormones to stimulate aromatization in the testis of the rat. Endocrinology 109(6): 2004-2008

Human colostrum and milk differ in capacity to inhibit lymphocyte reactivity. Federation Proceedings 40(6): 1810

Human cutaneous leishmaniasis in West Africa. Bulletin de la Societe de pathologie exotique et de ses filiales, 74(4): 414-425

Human development in Sub-Saharan Africa. World Bank Staff Working Paper, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (406): 53-95

Human dirofilariasis in Japan. Case report and review of literature. International Journal of Zoonoses 7(2): 107-114

Human dirofilariasis. A report of the first case of ocular dirofilariasis in the Netherlands and a review of the literature. Tropical and Geographical Medicine 33(3): 295-305

Human discomfort response to noise combined with vertical vibration. Report, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA-TP-1374): 50 pp

Human echinococcosis in Saudi Arabia. Saudi Medical Journal 2(2): 77-84

Human echinococcosis: diagnostic value of computed tomography. Tropenmedizin und Parasitologie 32(1): 35-38

Human ecology and Chagas' disease. II. Abiotic environmental factors. Boletin de la Direccion de Malariologia y Saneamiento Ambiental 19(2): 39-43

Human exposure to environmental chemicals; volatile organic halogenated compounds in water, air, food and human tissues. I-IV. Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Mikrobiologie und Hygiene, 1B Hygiene 174(1/2; 3; 6): 15-56; 200-237; 556-583

Human eyeworm infestation - United States. Canada Disease Weekly Report ((August 7)): 128

Human fascioliasis in Corozal, Puerto Rico. Journal of Parasitology 68(2): 297-299

Human fascioliasis in Costa Rica as a cause of eosinophilic granulomatous hepatitis. Acta Medica Costarricense 21(3): 239-245

Human genital candidiasis: histochemistry, scanning and transmission electron microscopy. Acta Cytologica 26(1): 7-14

Human geohelminthiases nearing extinction in the Lombardy plain. I. Between Lodi and the river Po. Giornale di Malattie Infettive e Parassitarie 32(5): 341-344

Human growth. Volume 3. Neurobiology and nutrition. Human growth Volume 3 Neurobiology and nutrition: xviii + 606

Human health problems associated with the Okavango Delta. Proceedings of the Symposium on the Okavango Delta and its future utilization, August 30 September 2nd 1976, National Museum, Gaborone, Botswana: ; 249-254

Human hydatidosis in an area close to a slaughter-house. Boletin Chileno de Parasitologia 35(1-2): 32-33

Human impacts on the beaches of north-west Scotland. Ecos 2(4): 22-26

Human infection by intestinal protozoa and helminths in three localities of continental Chiloe, Chile (1980). Boletin Chileno de Parasitologia 36(1/2): 37-38

Human infection with Capillaria hepatica. Report of a successfully treated case. Revista do Hospital das Clinicas, Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de Sao Paulo 36(1): 31-34

Human infections with B-streptococci. Proceedings of IV International Symposium on mastitis control (II): 591-600

Human infections with Toxocara larvae. I. Findings of eggs in parks in Prague. Angewandte Parasitologie 22(2): 71-77

Human infections with Trichophyton mentagrophytes var erinacei in Melbourne, Australia. Sabouraudia 19(1): 79-80

Human influence on the stability limits of ecosystems. Bioindication and practical significance for landscape utilization. Angewandte Botanik 55(3/4): 127-332

Human influences in African pastureland environments with special reference to the arid and semiarid pastoral regions of eastern Africa. FAO Pasture and Fodder Crop Studies (8): 89

Human labour availability and employment in semi-arid tropical India. Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics 36(4): 31-38

Human labour use with existing and prospective technologies in the semi-arid tropics of South India. Journal of Development Studies 18(1): 25-46

Human lactation, II. Intestinal colonization in breast fed newborn infants. Boletin Medico del Hospital Infantil de Mexico 36(4): 605-610

Human lactation. I. Resistance of human milk to bacterial contamination. Boletin Medico del Hospital Infantil de Mexico 36(4): 599-604

Human lymphocyte-activating properties of a purified polysaccharide from Candida albicans: B and T cell cooperation in the mitogenic response. Journal of Immunology 125(5): 2082-2088

Human milk. Nurse Practitioner 3(4): 33, 38-33, 38

Human milk and breast feeding: an update on the state of the art. Pediatric Research 16(4 Pt 1): 266-271

Human milk and gut infection in the newborn. British Journal of Hospital Medicine 18(3): 220-231

Human milk and the smaller premature baby. Symposium on human lactation: 103-108

Human milk banking. Archives of Disease in Childhood 57(1): 3-5

Human milk banking. 1. Effects of container upon immunologic factors in mature milk. Nutrition Research 1(5): 449-459

Human milk bile salt-activated lipase. Further characterization and kinetic studies. Journal of Biological Chemistry 256(19): 10198-10202

Human milk feeding of premature infants <1.3 kg birthweight: milk analysis and clinical studies during early postnatal life. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 42(2): 1398

Human milk fibronectin: identification of fibronectin fragments by transfer of milk proteins from polyacrylamide gels to nitrocellulose sheets. Febs Letters 143(1): 105-108

Human milk fucosyltransferases. Biochemical Society Transactions 5(4): 838-839

Human milk peroxidase is derived from milk leukocytes. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 718(1): 103-108

Human milk ribonuclease. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 615(2): 381-391

Human milk. Its biological and social value. Human milk Its biological and social value: xi + 341

Human model of the short gut - zinc and copper nutriture in young subjects following intestinal bypass surgery for morbid obesity. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences 15(5): 470-471

Human monocyte killing of a multicellular organism. Current chemotherapy and infectious disease Volume 2 Proc 11th Internat Congr of chemotherapy and the 19th Intersci Conf on antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy, Boston, Ma, 1-5 Oct 1979: 1111-1112

Human motives in farming. Agricultural Progress 55: 119-123

Human nature and the design of agricultural technology. Proceedings International workshop on socioeconomic constraints to development of semi arid tropical agriculture, Hyderabad, India 19-23 February 1979: 107-119

Human neonatal infections with hookworms in an endemic area of Southern Nigeria. A possible transmammary route. Tropical and Geographical Medicine 33(2): 105-111

Human nocardiosis. A clinical review with selected case reports. Archives of Internal Medicine 140(6): 818-826

Human nutrition and gossypol. Food and Nutrition Bulletin 2(4): 24-32

Human nutrition in agricultural curricula. Food and Nutrition 6(2): 42-43

Human nutrition in tropical Africa.

Human nutrition research. Human nutrition research: xiv + 303

Human nutrition with reference to animals as sources of protein. Tijdschrift Voor Diergeneeskunde 106(5): 243-256

Human nutrition. A comprehensive treatise. Volume 3A. Nutrition and the adult: macronutrients. Human nutrition A comprehensive treatise Volume 3A Nutrition and the adult: macronutrients: xviii + 290

Human nutrition. Vol. 1. Nutrition: pre- and postnatal development. Human nutrition Vol 1 Nutrition: pre and postnatal development: xx + 496

Human nutrition. Vol. 2. Nutrition and growth. Human nutrition Vol 2 Nutrition and growth: xx + 452

Human nutrition: safety and risk. Nahrung 24(4/5): 335-350

Human onchocerciasis in West Africa: vectors, pathogenic agent, epidemiology, control. L' onchocercose humaine en Afrique de l' ouest: vecteurs, agent pathogene, epidemiologie, lutte: 197

Human oral protozoa. Epidemiological correlations and pathogenic possibilities. Journal de Biologie Buccale 9(2): 155-161

Human pancreatic polypeptide secretion in conditions of exogenous and endogenous hyperglycaemia. Diabetologia 19(5): 418-422

Human paragonimiasis -- first record of a case in Colombia. Biomedica 1(3): 142-151

Human paragonimiasis caused by Paragonimus uterobilateralis in Liberia and Guinea, West Africa. Tropenmedizin und Parasitologie 33(1): 15-16

Human perinatal distribution of butorphanol. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 138(7 Pt 1): 797-800

Human physical growth and maturation. Methodologies and factors. Human physical growth and maturation Methodologies and factors: xii + 364

Human pituitary prolactin. Isolation and characterization of three isohormones with different bioassay and radioimmunoassay activities. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 625(2): 255-265

Human plague in 1980. Weekly Epidemiological Record 56(35): 273-275

Human plague surveillance. Weekly Epidemiological Record 57(23): 178-179

Human plasma lipid responses to red meat, poultry, fish, and eggs. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 33(12): 2573-2580

Human populations and cultural adaptations in the Sahara and Nile during prehistoric times. The Nile and the Sahara M A J Williams and H Faure, Editors: 527-582

Human populations of the Andes: the human science basis for research planning. Mountain Research and Development 1(2): 145-170

Human problems in the collaboration between farmers. KTBL Schrift (244): 107-138

Human prolactin. Klinische Wochenschrift 57(1): 1-12

Human prolactin and normal and abnormal breast tissue. Hormones in normal and abnormal human tissues Vol 1: 115-143

Human prolactin secreting adenoma cells maintained on extracellular matrix. Endocrinology 108(1): 357-360

Human prolactin. cDNA structural analysis and evolutionary comparisons. Journal of Biological Chemistry 256(8): 4007-4016

Human pulmonary dirofilariasis in the United States: a critical review. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 31(2): 302-308

Human pulmonary dirofilariasis in the West. Western Journal of Medicine 134(2): 158-162

Human pulmonary dirofilariasis mimicking metastatic disease. Clinical Bulletin 11(2): 88-90

Human requirements of essential amino acids and the composition of fresh and processed meats. Food and nutrition notes and reviewst 37(3): 95-102

Human resources for systematic entomology in Brazil. Revista Brasileira de Entomologia 24(2): 157-164

Human resources in Japanese forestry. Unasylva 34(135): 13-19

Human resources in agricultural research: three case studies in Latin America. Desarrollo Rural en las Americas 12(3): 233-258

Human resources in agricultural research: three cases in Latin America. Human resources in agricultural research: three cases in Latin America: 42

Human resources in agricultural research: three cases in Latin America. Agricultural Administration 10(3): 213-234

Human resources training for adult education in Latin America: PREDE action through CREFAL. Human resources training for adult education in Latin America: PREDE action through CREFAL: 14

Human response to vibration. Journal of Sound and Vibration 71(4): 601

Human rights, legislation and quality of life. Journal of Leisurability 7(4): 5-23

Human saliva inactivates mutagenicity of carcinogens. Mutation Research 85(5): 323-334

Human salmonella infection from poultry. Irish Medical Journal 73(3): 123-124

Human schistosomiasis due to Schistosoma mansoni, S. haematobium and S. japonicum: serodiagnosis by ELISA, immunofluorescence and indirect haemagglutination. Annales de la Societe Belge de Medecine Tropicale 61(3): 379-392

Human serum and the growth of human mammary cells. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 63(4): 913-918

Human settlement pattern in Israel: a discussion of the impact of environment. Expedition 20(4): 55-58

Human settlement systems: spatial patterns and trends. Collaborative Proceedings Series, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (CP-82-51): 210

Human settlements in Kenya: a strategy for urban and rural development. Human settlements in Kenya: a strategy for urban and rural development: 177

Human strength in the operation of tractor pedals. Ergonomics 25(1): 53-63

Human strongyloidiasis due to the primate species Strongyloides fuelleborni. Tropical and Geographical Medicine 32(1): 23-29

Human syngamosis (Mammomonogamus nasicola) as a cause of chronic cough in Martinique. 37 recent observations. Nouvelle Presse Medicale 9(47): 3628

Human syngamosis: supplementary data. Nouvelle Presse Medicale 10(21): 1750

Human thermal climates of Australia. Australian Geographical Studies 19(1): 3-24

Human toxocariasis in a rural community. American Journal of Diseases of Children 134(10): 967-969

Human toxoplasmosis and cat contact in Costa Rica. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 29(6): 1167-1180

Human trichinelliasis: the fourteenth outbreak in Thailand. Siriraj Hospital Gazette 34(2): 69-72

Human trypanosomiasis in Daloa Sector (Ivory Coast) from 1976 to 1980. Medecine d' Afrique Noire 28(2): 107-112

Human trypanosomiasis in the Congo at the time of diagnosis. Distribution of clinical signs. Medecine Tropicale 42(3): 281-287

Human trypanosomiasis in the focus of the Black Volta (Dedougou-Boromo). Medecine d' Afrique Noire 29(2): 157-161

Human tularemia at an urban zoo. Canadian Medical Association Journal 121(8): 1097-1099

Human viruses in water, wastewater and soil. Report of a WHO Scientific Group. World Health Organization Technical Report Series: 5-50

Human vitamin B6 requirements. Human vitamin B6 requirements: vii + 293

Human- beta and T-lymphocyte locomotion in response to casein, C5a, and f-Met-Leu-Phe. Cellular Immunology 56(2): 365-373

Human-animal interactions in the Rajasthan Desert. Arid Zone Research in India, Silver Jubilee Volume, 1952-1977: 44-47

Human-wildlife conflicts in backcountry: possible solutions. Recreational impact on wildlands Conference proceedings October 27-29, 1978: 153-156

Humanism and travel. Revue de l' Academie Internationale du Tourisme (126): 10 .... 26

Humanization of milk: in vitro influence of human milk, cows' milk and infant formulae on the growth of bifidobacteria. Annales de Microbiologie 131A(3): 309-314

Humanizing work in agriculture. Landbauforschung Volkenrode (Sonderheft 52): 208 pp

Humanizing work in agriculture. Papers to a seminar on the programme of major topics of research. Landbauforschung Volkenrode (52, Sonderheft): 213

Humans, travel and arthropods: the problem of disease transmission. International Pest Control 24(4): 93-94

Humberside: resources for recreation: In: The Humber estuary. Publication Series, United Kingdom National Environment Research Council (C20): 28-32

Humerus fractures in the cat. Treatment and results in 1970-1978. Humerusfrakturen bei der Katze Behandlung und Ergebnisse in den Jahren 1970-1978: 108

Humic acid characterization of Colombian soil by disc electrophoresis and infrared spectroscopy following gel filtration. Journal of Chromatography 209(3): 421-431

Humic acids in faecal matter, nest material and fungus comb of termites. Bulletin of Entomology 21(1/2): 122-125

Humic acids of the peat-bog soils of the Yakhroma River Valley. Pochvovedenie (9): 53-60

Humic compounds in plant residues and in organic matter in various soils under evergreen oak. Agrochimica 24(5/6): 369-380

Humic substances in sewage sludges. Environmental Pollution Series B Chemical & Physical 3(2): 139-146

Humic to fulvic acid ratio in relation to depth of cracking in some Vertisols of India. Pedologie 30(3): 335-339

Humid savannah of north-western Nigeria. Nature and Resources 16(2): 15-17

Humidex: a method of quantifying human discomfort due to excessive heat and humidity. Report, Environment Canada (CLI 1-79): 45 pp

Humidifier disease in an industrial environment. Results of three years of examination by precipitin tests. Broncho Pneumologie 29(1): 53-63

Humidifier disease in an industrial environment. Summing up of three years' observations. Archives des Maladies Professionnelles de Medecine du Travail et de Securite Sociale 40(1/2): 339-341

Humidity. Controlled Environment Guidelines for Plant Research [Proceedings of the Controlled Environments Working Conference held at Madison, Wisconsin, March 12-14, 1979 Tibbitts, TW; Kozlowski, TT, Editors]: 141-172

Humidity and plants. Bioscience 29(6): 358-363

Humidity and temperature effects on MOR and MOE of hard maple-veneered medium density fiberboard. Forest Products Journal 31(6): 54-58

Humidity dependent viability of weird eggs in Tribolium castaneum. Journal of Heredity 71(2): 131-133

Humidity fluctuations over a vegetated surface measured with a Lyman-Alpha hygrometer and a fine-wire thermocouple psychrometer. Journal of Applied Meteorology 19(7): 860-867

Humidity measurement by infrared thermometry. Remote Sensing of Environment 12(1): 87-91

Humidity of combustion products from wood and gaseous fuels. Information Report, Western Forest Products Laboratory, Canada (VP-X-182): 10

Humidity regime of the air in a solar greenhouse with closed circuit moisture recirculation. Izvestiya AN TurkmSSR Seriya Fizikotekhnicheskikh, Khimicheskikh i Geologicheskikh Nauk (4): 43-46

Humidity requirements and storage of the entomopathogenic fungus Verticillium lecanii for use in greenhouses. Annales Entomologici Fennici 47(2): 61-62

Humidity, nectar and insect visits to flowers, with special reference to Crataegus, Tilia and Echium. Ecological Entomology, 41: 9-22

Humification characteristics and dynamics of certain properties in a soddy-podzolic soil in relation to application of herbicides. Moscow University Soil Science Bulletin 35(1): 26-33

Humification coefficient and methodological approach to the determination of the soil humus budget. Pochvovedenie (4): 139-147

Humification during the replacement stages of the climax forest at La Pedriza del Manzanares (Madrid). Anales de Edafologia y Agrobiologia 39(1/2): 143-154

Humification in several forest ecosystems of the Toledo Province (Spain). Anales del Jardin Botanico de Madrid 37(1): 129-141

Hummingbirds as pollinators of flowers in the red-yellow segment of the color spectrum, with special reference to Penstemon and the open habitat.. Desert Plants 3(3): 156-170

Humoral and cell-mediated immune response of foals vaccinated with attenuated equine herpesvirus type 1 (EHV-1). Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin 27B(9/10): 742-758

Humoral and cellular responses in mice and rats infected with Hymenolepis diminuta. Bulletin de l' Academie Polonaise des Sciences, Sciences Biologiques 28(12): 707-713

Humoral factors of immunity in animals vaccinated against Theileria of animals. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Eksperimental' noi Veterinarii Voprosy obshchei patologii i fiziologii sel' skokhozyaistvennykh zhivotnykh 52: 34-36

Humoral immune reactivity to feline leukemia virus and associated antigens in cats naturally infected with feline leukemia virus. Cancer Research 40(10): 3642-3651

Humoral immune response against S. typhimurium infection in mice. Indian Journal of Microbiology 20(4): 282-289

Humoral immune response in children with iron-deficiency anaemia. British Medical Journal 280(6226): 1249-1251

Humoral immune response of cats to Paragonimus infection. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health 12(3): 364-370

Humoral immune response to Clostridium chauvoei in sheep infected with Haemonchus contortus. Reposta imunologica humoral ao Clostridium chauvoei em ovinos infectados por Haemonchus contortus: vii + 60

Humoral immune responses in mice immunized with soluble and particulate fractions of Toxoplasma gondii.. Japanese journal of parasitology 30(1): 57-65

Humoral immune responses in murine pregnancy. I. Anti-paternal alloantibody levels in maternal serum. Journal of Reproductive Immunology 3(1): 3-13

Humoral immunity in malnutrition. Federation Proceedings 39(13): 3093-3097

Humoral immunity of the haemolymph of the larva of Galleria mellonela L. with mycotoxicosis. Markevich, A P [Resp Ed ]: First All Union Conference of Parasitocoenologists Poltava, September 1978 Abstracts of reports Part 1; Part 2; Part 3: I Vsesoyuznyi S' ezd Parazitotsenologov Poltava, Sentyabr' 1978 g Tezisy Dokladov Chast' 1; Chast' 2; Chast' 3: recd 1980; 1, 15-16

Humoral immunity to canine distemper after immunization of dogs with inactivated and live measles virus. Archives of Virology 66(3): 169-178

Humoral immunological response to Clostridium chauvoei in sheep with Haemonchus contortus. Resposta imunologica humoral ao Clostridium chauvoei em ovinos infectados por Haemonchus contortus: vii + 60

Humoral medicine and informant variability: an analysis of acculturation and cognitive change among Guatemalan villagers. Anthropos 74(5/6): 785-802

Humoral nonspecific defence mechanisms (properdin, complement, lysozyme and bactericidal activity of bovine blood and lymph, with reference to cattle with lymphoid leukosis). Veterinariya, Moscow, USSR (8): 24-25

Humoral regulation of erythropoiesis in cats: preliminary report. American Journal of Veterinary Research 41(5): 779-781

Humoral responses against Trypanosoma brucei variable surface antigen are induced by degenerating parasites. Parasite immunology 4(4): 245-247

Humoral responses to protozoal infections. Immunology 80 Progress in immunology IV, Volume 2 Fourth International Congress of Immunology, Paris, July 1980 Theme 12: 763-781

Humoral suppression in Trypanosoma cruzi infection in relation to the timing of antigen presentation. Zeitschrift für Parasitenkunde 64(1): 85-95

Humus and soil properties. Rostlinna Vyroba 28(3): 305-316

Humus development in environmentally-stressed stands near Hamburg. Forstarchiv 53(2): 46-51

Humus forms of forest soils. Pedologist 25(2): 83-96

Humus fraction ratios as a means of discriminating between horizon types. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 60(2): 219-230

Humus in distrophic latosols from Bahia, Brazil. Revista Brasileira de Ciencia do Solo 2(1): 59-63

Humus increases growth of young trees. Citrus and Vegetable Magazine 43(7): 38, 56

Humus increases yields in decline areas. Citrus and Vegetable Magazine 43(4): 47-48

Humus of forest soils in Voronezh Oblast. Pochvovedenie (4): 148-150

Humus of the major soil groups of the Barguzin basin and adjacent mountain ridges. Soviet Soil Science 13(2): 67-77

Humus replenishment in the plowed soils of the non-Chernozem belt. Soviet Soil Science 11(3): 313-317

Humus reserves and dynamics of organic matter in arable soils of the right-bank Ukrainian forest steppe. Soviet Soil Science 13(2): 53-66

Humus suppressed YTD and increased yields. Citrus and Vegetable Magazine 44(4): 10, 12, 18

Hundred years of malarial research. Journal of the Indian Medical Association 74(8): 156-157

Hungarian agriculture faces prospect of two poor harvest years. Agra Europe, UK (895): N/3-N/4

Hungarian agriculture: whither and how?. New Hungarian Quarterly 23(85): 26-45

Hungarian fauna. Volume II: Porifera, Cnidaria, Platyhelminthes. 5. Trematodes II, Digenea. Fauna Hungariae Magyarorszag Allatvilaga (117): 343 + 9

Hungarian food economy at the beginning of the 1980s. Acta Oeconomica 24(3/4): 303-319

Hungarian-Soviet economic symposium on agricultural development. Kozgazdasagi Szemle 27(9): 1134-1139

Hungary evaluates our beef breeds. Elevage Bovin, Ovin Caprin (100): 25-26

Hungary's agriculture and food industry. Agribusiness Worldwide 2(6): 28-35

Hungary's international agricultural trade. Wissenschaftlicher Deinst Sudosteuropa 29(8): 183-189

Hungary's organization of international exchange of experience by agricultural experts. Internationale Zeitschrift der Landwirtschaft (5): 436-438

Hunger and ideology. Commentary 72(July): 40-49

Hunger and society. Food and Nutrition Bulletin 3(4): 1-28

Hunger for justice. The politics of food and faith. Hunger for justice The politics of food and faith: 230

Hunger in China: the norm of truth. Worldview 22(3): 12-16

Hunger in India: the human factor. International Relations 7(1): 1053-1061

Hunger in a fertile land. Ceres 14(2): 32-35

Hunger in the world, resulting from the division of labour and concentration of power. Entreprise et l' Homme 52(2): 107-109

Hunger, a double edged knife. Croissance des Jeunes Nations (215): 4-9

Hunger, agriculture and politics in Brazil. Economic blackmail through curtailing food supplies. Fome, agricultura e politica no Brasil A chantagem alimentar: 120

Hunger, movement, and predation of Coccinella californica on pea aphids in the laboratory and in the field. Canadian Entomologist, 11311: 1025-1033

Hunger: black reflection on the world food system. Estudios del Tercer Mundo 3(2): 9-31

Hunter and Habitat in the Central Kalahari Desert. Hunter and Habitat in the Central Kalahari Desert: 330

Hunting and fishing trends in the U.S. In: Proceedings 1980 National Outdoor Recreation Trends Symposium, University of New Hampshire, April 20-23, 1980. Volume I. USDA Forest Service/General Technical Report (NE-57): 121-126

Hunting education and wildlife management. Parts 1 & 2. Annales de Gembloux 85: 131-210; 211-284

Hunting wild bees. Hunting wild bees: viii + 184

Huon Pine. Huon Pine: 24

Husband and wife in peasant society. Mari et femme dans la societe paysanne: 206

Husbandry. Goat production: 411-432

Husbandry and diseases of camels. Tierarztliche Praxis 9(3): 389-402

Husbandry methods predisposing to production diseases in dairy cows. Veterinary Record 108(26): 557-560

Husbandry, breeding and experimental use of mice and rats with aplasia of the thymus. Thymusaplastische Maus nu/nu, thymusaplastische Ratte rnu/rnu Haltung, Zucht, Versuchsmodelle: 96

Husk leaves of early dent maize: breeding behaviour and contribution to grain yield. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 41(5): 1597B

Husks of sunflower (Helianthus annus) seeds in the nutrition of goats. Avances en Alimentacion y Mejora Animal 22(6): 305-307

Hyadaphis tataricae (Homoptera: Aphididae), a pest of honeysuckle new to North America. Canadian Entomologist, 1135: 415-418

Hyaena disease in cattle and nickel deficiency. Bulletin de l' Academie Veterinaire de France 54(3): 329-335

Hyalomma (Hyalommina) arabica sp. n. parasitizing goats and sheep in the Yemen Arab Republic and Saudi Arabia. Journal of Parasitology 68(1): 150-156

Hyalomma anatolicum anatolicum (Koch, 1844) as a possible vector for transmission of Trypanosoma theileri, Laveran, 1902 in cattle. Veterinary Parasitology 9(2): 151-155

Hybomitra bryanensis Lecl. & French (Diptera, Tabanidae) from Czechoslovakia. Acta Faunistica Entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae 16: 19-22

Hybrid I region antigens. Transplantation 30(1): 1-4

Hybrid Ia antigens: identification, characterization and role in immune response. Immunobiology of the major histocompatibility complex: 28-36

Hybrid analysis of gliadin component composition in the bread wheat varieties Bezostaya 1 and Odessa 3. Nauch tekhn byul Vses selekts genet in ta (1): 43-45

Hybrid between Hordeum jubatum L. X Secale cereale L. and its backcross generations with rye. III. Meiosis in BC1. Genetica Polonica 22(1): 25-35

Hybrid between Hordeum jubatum L. X Secale cereale L. and its backcross generations with rye. IV. Morphology and cytology of BC2. Genetica Polonica 22(3): 251-262

Hybrid boll set following different methods of crossing varieties of Soviet cotton. Vozdelyvanie s kh kul' tur: 25-28

Hybrid breeding of cabbage. Gartenbau 26(6): 167-168

Hybrid carrots of the Nantes group. Hassadeh 60(10): 1812-1813

Hybrid corn revisited; Hybrid corn revisited: a reply. Econometrics 48(6): 1451-1465

Hybrid cotton: specific problems and potentials. Advances in Agronomy 30: 129-157

Hybrid development programme for South-East Asia. Asian Reports, Centro Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maiz y Trigo CIMMYT (12): 18

Hybrid forage sorghums (sorghum X Sudan grass): a means of intensifying cattle production. Nouvelles Agronomiques des Antilles et de la Guyane 3(3/4): 283-290

Hybrid gerbera in the open. Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada (121): 64-69

Hybrid grain set. Nauch osnovy intensifik zemledeliya i puti povysh plodorodiya pochv i urozhainosti s kh kul' tur v Vost Sibiri: 9-11

Hybrid grain set and field germinability of grain from reciprocal crosses of triticale with Triticum aestivum in western Siberia. Sib vestn s kh nauki (6): 90-93

Hybrid growth retardation due to two dominant complementary genes in barley. Barley Genetics Newsletter 10: 20-22

Hybrid inviability and weakness in certain indica rice crosses. Agricultural Research Journal of Kerala 18(1): 8-13

Hybrid jowar in kharif followed by safflower in rabi is profitable under rainfed conditions. Current Research 9(1): 5-6

Hybrid lethality in barley. Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 41(3): 426

Hybrid necrosis in wheat. Wheat Information Service (53): 40-41

Hybrid of Lolium multiflorum Lam. (2n = 14) X Festuca arundinacea Schreb. (2n = 42) and its alloploid derivatives II. Meiosis of F1 hybrids and C0 and C1 alloploid derivatives. Genetica Polonica 21(4): 395-407

Hybrid of Lolium multiflorum Lam. (2n = 14) X Festuca arundinacea Schreb. (2n = 42) and its alloploid derivatives. I. Morphology, fertility and chromosome number of F1 hybrids and C0 and C1 alloploid derivatives. Genetica Polonica 21(3): 259-273

Hybrid pear cultivars for Florida. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 92: 266-267

Hybrid poplar diseases and disease resistance. General Technical Report, USDA Forest Service North Central Forest Experiment Station (NC-21): 75-80

Hybrid progenies of the cross, Brassica campestris X B. oleracea. 1. Cytogenetical studies on F1 hybrids. Japanese Journal of Genetics Idengaku Zasshi 55(3): 189-202

Hybrid rice breeding in China. Innovative approaches to rice breeding Selected papers from the 1979 International Rice Research Conference: 35-51

Hybrid rice work revived at IRRI. IRRI Reporter (1): unpaginated

Hybrid seed production of onion using cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS). Semenovod ovoshch kul' tur: 51-60

Hybrid shoot formation from fused Daucus carota and D. capillifolius protoplasts. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenphysiologie 104(5): 459-466

Hybrid sorghum responses to moisture stress. Sorghum Newsletter 23: 142-144

Hybrid sorghum. Prospects for its production (grain and forage). Establishment of suitable cropping areas for early cultivars. Agricultura, Spain 48(562): 125-129

Hybrid sterility in cattle ticks (Acari: Ixodidae). Experientia (Basel): 372: 127-128

Hybrid sunflower breeding in India. Current Research, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore 8(5): 73-74

Hybrid sunflower test. USA, Agricultural Experiment Station, Louisiana State University: Annual Progress Report, Northeast Experiment Station, St Joseph, La and Macon Ridge Branch Station Winnsboro, La, 1979: 148-149

Hybrid sunflowers for higher yields. Seeds and Farms 6(3): 27-29

Hybrid tobacco plants produced by interspecific somatic hybridization. Scientia Agricultura Sinica (1): 1-4

Hybrid vigor found in some characters of maize seedlings. Japanese Journal of Breeding 30(2): 131-138

Hybrid vigor in forage yields of crosses between pearl millet inbreds and their mutants. Crop Science 20(6): 744-747

Hybrid vigour for milk production in commercial dairy herds. Paper, 30th Annual Meeting, European Association for Animal Production (G5.11): 3

Hybrid vigour for seed cotton yield and its components in G. hirsutum L. crosses. Pakistan Cottons 24(3): 225-239

Hybrid vigour for yield and its components in okra. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 49(8): 596-601

Hybrid vigour in an eight-parent diallel cross for yield and its components in wheat. Haryana Agricultural University Journal of Research 10(3): 317-323

Hybrid vigour in bhendi (Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench) for some economic characters. South Indian Horticulture 29(1): 4-14

Hybrid vigour in cowpea. Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 40(2): 334-337

Hybrid wheat-soyabean association. 1. Trials under conditions of limiting water supply. Comptes Rendus des Seances de l' Academie d' Agriculture de France 66(7): 714-724

Hybrid white cabbage cultivars for sauerkraut production. Gemuse 17(4): 156-158

Hybrid yaks of the Altai mountains. Zhivotnovodstvo (12): 46-49

Hybridisation of Ukrainian Grey cattle with the banteng. Zhivotnovodstvo (9): 37-38

Hybridisation studies on sibling species of the Anopheles gambiae Giles complex (Diptera: Culicidae) in the laboratory. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 703: 391-398

Hybridization. Technical Bulletin, United States Department of Agriculture: 23-27

Hybridization among the Australian wild relatives of the soybean. Journal of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science 45(4): 256-257

Hybridization among white, red, blue and white X blue spruces. Forest Science 28(1): 129-134

Hybridization and breeding of short-strawed winter wheat. Vestsi AN BSSR, Ser sel' skagaspad n (2): 57-60, 140

Hybridization and progeny evaluation. Climbing bean improvement. Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical: 1979 Bean program Annual report: 44-68

Hybridization and radiation mutagenesis in plants. Subtropicheskie Kul' tury (3): 147-148

Hybridization and selection for improving seed protein in barley. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 58(3-4): 129-136

Hybridization and some biological facts of seven strains of the Anopheles leucosphyrus group (Reid, 1968). Japanese Journal of Sanitary Zoology 32(4): 321-329

Hybridization between Amaranthus viridis L. and A. blitum L. (Amaranthaceae). Experientiae 27(8): 179-194

Hybridization between Cowania mexicana var. stansburiana and Purshia glandulosa (Rosaceae). Madrono 28(1): 13-25

Hybridization between Rumex aquaticus L. and Rumex obtusifolius L. in Britain. Annals of Botany 49(1): 127-129

Hybridization between Tribolium freemani Hinton and Tribolium castaneum (Herbst), and some preliminary studies on the biology of Tribolium freemani (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae). Applied Entomology and Zoology, 163: 209-215

Hybridization between Triticum aestivum L. and Hordeum vulgare L. Agronomy abstracts: 64

Hybridization between a Barbary ram (Ammotragus lervia Pallas) and goat does (Capra hircus Linnaeus). Australian Society for Reproductive Biology Twelfth annual conference, University of New England, Armidale, August 27-29, 1980 Program and abstracts of papers: 1 p.

Hybridization between a cultivated and a wild South African Cucumis melo L. Agroplantae 12(1): 9-11

Hybridization between pascal celery and parsley. Euphytica 29(3): 801-805

Hybridization between tetraploid species of Alopecurus L. (Poaceae): chromosome behaviour of natural and artificial hybrids. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 83(4): 293-310

Hybridization between tetraploid species of Alopecurus L. (Poaceae): morphological studies of natural and artificial hybrids. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 83(4): 285-292

Hybridization characteristics of winter rye clones. Selektsiya i semenovod s kh kul' tur v Sev Zap zone: 30-34

Hybridization experiments on three biotypes of the brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens (Homoptera: Delphacidae) at the IRRI, the Philippines. Applied Entomology and Zoology, 163: 193-199

Hybridization in the genus Glycine subgenus Glycine. Agronomy Abstracts: 64

Hybridization of Anopheles minimus and Anopheles aconitus (Diptera: Culicidae) in Thailand. Journal of Medical Entomology 19(3): 290-292

Hybridization of Australian Haemonchus placei (Place, 1893), Haemonchus contortus cayugensis (Das & Whitlock, 1960) and Haemonchus contortus (Rudolphi, 1803) from Louisiana. International Journal for Parasitology, 114: 323-330

Hybridization of Melampsora lini for selective pathogenicity. Phytopathology 71(2): 257

Hybridization of annual bread and wheat and perennial wheat with Agropyron species and the fertility of the F1 hybrids. Probl otdalen gibridizatsii: 66-76

Hybridization of black spruce and Serbian spruce. Information Report, Maritimes Forest Research Centre, Canada (M-X-112): i + 30

Hybridization of ecologically and geographically distant forms - the main method of breeding spring wheat in the central Chernozem zone. Probl selektsii sortov myagk yarov pshenitsy intensiv tipa: 24-31

Hybridization of mutants with a variety as a method of broadening phenotypic variation in wheat hybrids. Subtropicheskie Kul' tury (3): 88-89

Hybridization of rice in a plastic-covered growth chamber. Byul NTI VNII risa (26): 8-10

Hybridization of somatic plant cells. Kul' tura kletok rast: 85-91

Hybridization of soyabean in the south of the Ukraine. Byul NTI po maslich kul' turam (1): 53-54

Hybridization of the species Phaseolus vulgaris and Ph. coccineus L. II. Nature of the segregation process in the F2. Genetika i Selektsiya 14(2): 102-110

Hybridization of triticale. Sb nauch tr Belorus NII zemledeliya (25): 21-26

Hybridization of winter forms of wheat derived from spring varieties. Nauch tr Leningr s kh in ta 400: 81-83

Hybridization studies between Ostrinia nubilalis, Ostrinia obumbratalis, and Ostrinia penitalis (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 543: 505-509

Hybridization studies in the Schistocerca americana complex. II. The Peruvian locust. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 17(2): 217-223

Hybridization techniques for crossing in faba beans. FABIS Newsletter (2): 26

Hybridoma antibodies in immunodiagnosis of parasitic infection. Immunology Today 2(7): 140-142

Hybridoma antibody immunoassays for the detection of parasitic infection: further studies on a monoclonal antibody with immunodiagnostic potential for Schistosomiasis japonica. Acta Tropica 38(4): 437-447

Hybridoma technology with special reference to parasitic diseases. Proceedings of the meetings held in Epalinges-sur-Lausanne, 1-5 October 1979 and Belo Horizonte, 19-23 November 1979. Hybridoma technology with special reference to parasitic diseases Proceedings of the meetings held in Epalinges sur Lausanne, 1-5 October 1979 and Belo Horizonte, 19-23 November 1979: xiii + 165