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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 951

Chapter 951 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Physiological-biochemical changes during the period of hardening of lucerne plants under field conditions. Byulleten' Nauchno tekhnicheskoi Informatsii, Vsesoyuznyi Nauchno issledovatel' skii Institut Zernobobovykh i Krupyanykh Kul' tur 26: 57-61

Physiological-environmental interactions in lichens. IX. Thermal stress and lichen ecology. New Phytologist 84(4): 669-685

Physiological-environmental interactions in lichens. XI. Snowcover and nitrogenase activity. New Phytologist 84(4): 703-710

Physiological-hygienic basis for the organization of nutrition of workers exposed to methyl-sulphur compounds. Gigiena i Sanitariya (12): 63-66

Physiologico-genetic study of yielding ability in triticale. Seeds and Farms 6(1): 31-34

Physiology and in situ identification of putative aminergic neurotransmitters in the nervous system of Gyrocotyle fimbriata, a parasitic flatworm. Journal of Neurobiology 13(1): 9-21

Physiology and management of micronutrients in forest trees in Australasia. Australia, Australian Forestry Council: Proceedings, Australian Forest Nutrition Workshop Productivity in perpetuity: 93-103

Physiology and pharmacology of human lactation. Monographs on Endocrinology 23: 65-101

Physiology and productivity. Italia Agricola 116(4): 262-270

Physiology of Paullinia cupana var. sorbilis. I. Stomatal behaviour in plants under field conditions. Revista Theobroma 12(1): 29-35

Physiology of calcium nutrition of lucerne plants. 1. Absorption and accumulation of calcium during the period of individual plant development. Fiziologiya na Rasteniyata 5(1): 53-59

Physiology of calcium nutrition of lucerne plants. 2. Changes in amount and forms of calcium during the period of individual plant development. Fiziologiya na Rasteniyata 5(2): 64-70

Physiology of disease resistance of pearl millet against downy mildew disease. Proceedings of the national seminar on disease resistance in crop plants December 22 and 23, 1980: 20-25

Physiology of earliness. 1979 Proceedings, Beltwide Cotton Production Research Conferences: Stewart, J McD : Cotton physiology a treatise Section 1 Flowering, fruiting and cutout: 264-265

Physiology of ecotypic plant response to sulfur dioxide in Geranium carolinianum L. Oecologia 49(1): 76-82

Physiology of entomogenous nematodes in their hosts. Proceedings of Symposia IX International Congress of Plant Protection, Washington, DC, USA, 5-11 August 1979 Volume 1: Plant protection, fundamental aspects Volume 2: Integrated plant protection for agricultural crops and forest trees: 100-104

Physiology of farm animals. Fiziologiya sel' skokhozyaistvennykh zhivotnykh (2nd edition): 480

Physiology of feeding preference patterns of female black blowflies (Phormia regina Meigen) I. The role of carbohydrate reserves. Journal of Comparative Physiology, A 139(1): 59-66

Physiology of feeding-preference patterns of female black blowflies (Phormia regina Meigen): alterations in responsiveness to salts. Journal of Insect Physiology, 287: 625-630

Physiology of fingermillet plants inoculated with toxin produced by Helminthosporium nodulosum. Indian Phytopathology 1980; 32(4): 523-528

Physiology of flowering in the grapevine - a review. American Journal of Enology and Viticulture 32(1): 47-63

Physiology of germination in agricultural seeds. 1. Agriculture and Horticulture 54(10): 1289-1294

Physiology of germination in agricultural seeds. 5. Agriculture and Horticulture 55(2): 339-344

Physiology of grain filling in rice. 5. Effects of season and fertilizer on grain filling in rice. Indian Agriculturist 23(1): 11-23

Physiology of grass and grazing. Fourrages (85): 7-21, 117

Physiology of growth and development. Tall fescue: 75-92

Physiology of growth and nutrition. Physiology of growth and nutrition: xii + 341

Physiology of growth, development, and yield of chickpea in India. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Chickpea Improvement, 28 February 2 March 1979: 106-120

Physiology of host-pathogen interaction. Current Trends in Life Sciences 6: viii +495

Physiology of invertebrate salivary glands. Biological Reviews 55(4): 417-473

Physiology of iron absorption and supplementation. British Medical Bulletin 37(1): 25-30

Physiology of lactation. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 41(11): 616-616

Physiology of mineral nutrition in capsicum. I. Effect of nitrogen, sulphur, phosphorus, potassium, calcium and magnesium ion ratios on dry matter accumulation during individual development phases and on fruit yield. Fiziologiya na Rasteniyata 5(2): 88-96

Physiology of nitrogen fixation in Azospirillum lipoferum Br 17 (ATCC 29 709). Archives of Microbiology 128(4): 371-375

Physiology of parasites: lactate dehydrogenase and 5'-nucleotidase activity in the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne lucknowica Singh, 1969 infecting Solanum melongena. National Academy, Science Letters 2(4): 161-162

Physiology of parasitism. Current Trends in Life Sciences 7: v +478

Physiology of perithecial production in Cochliobolus miyabeanus (Ito & Kuribayashi) Drechsler ex Dastur. Biovigyanam 6(1): 83-85

Physiology of polyploids. Polyploidy Biological relevance Part I Polyploidy and plant evolution: 61-75

Physiology of prolactin and growth hormone in lactating cows. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 41(6): 2075-2076

Physiology of pupal ecdysis in the tobacco hornworm, Manduca sexta I. Evidence for control by eclosion hormone. Journal of Experimental Biology 88: 327-337

Physiology of pupal ecdysis in the tobacco hornworm, Manduca sexta II Chemistry, distribution, and release of eclosion hormone at pupal ecdysis. Journal of Experimental Biology 88: 339-349

Physiology of resistance to a bacterial disease in sorghum VII. In vitro and in vivo synthesis of pectinases. Auara 1978 1979; 7/8: 58-64

Physiology of resistance to anthracnose in guava. Indian Phytopathology 32(1): 64-67

Physiology of root-associated nitrogenase activity in Oryza sativa L. Current perspectives in nitrogen fixation [Gibson, AH; Newton, WE Editors]: 490

Physiology of spring wheat in Kazakhstan. Fiziologiya yarovoi pshenitsy v Kazakhstane: 287

Physiology of the gastrointestinal tract; 1, 2. Physiology of the gastrointestinal tract; 1, 2: xxxii + 1492

Physiology of the mammary gland. Lehrbuch der Physiologie der Haustiere II (Ed. 4): 673-699

Physiology of the mammary gland and of the mammotropic hormones during pregnancy and lactation. Proceedings of the Serono Symposia 35: 349-367

Physiology of tomato plants affected by leaf curl virus. Indian Phytopathology 1980; 32(3): 352-359

Physiology of trace element toxicity and its relation to iron stress. Journal of Plant Nutrition 3(1/4): 561-578

Physiology of yield. Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical: Annual report 1978: C51-C55

Physiology of yield of lentil and utilization of 14C assimilate. Legume Research 2(2): 73-78

Physiology. Adaptation components. Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical: Annual Report 1977: B36-B41

Physiology. Crop manipulation. Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical: Annual Report 1977: B33-B36

Physiology. Dry matter content of roots. Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical: Annual Report, Cassava Program 1979: 8-9

Physiology. Fertilizer response. Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical: Annual Report, Cassava Program 1979: 6-7

Physiology. Intercropping. Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical: Annual Report 1977: C9-C13

Physiology. Photosynthesis. Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical: Annual Report, Cassava Program 1979: 7-8

Physiology. Water stress. Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical: Annual Report, Cassava Program 1979: 9-10

Physiopathological aspects of parathyrin and calcitonin in infants. Minerva Pediatrica 31(23): 1669-1676

Physiopathology of feeding: bovine low-milk fat syndrome. Etiological and therapeutical aspects. Atti della Societa Italiana di Buiatria 1979; 10: 253-260

Physiopathology of gestation and veterinary obstetrics. Physiopathologie de la gestation et obstetrique veterinaire: xiv + 273

Physiopathology of thyroid gland function in the calf. I. Thyroid gland function tests in the calf. Archiv fur Experimentelle Veterinarmedizin 34(4): 543-553

Physioprophylaxis of bovine mastitis (by using an ultra-high frequency electromagnetic field). Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov, Moskovskaya Ordena Trudovogo Krasnogo Znameni Veterinarnaya Akademiya imeni K I Skryabina (108): 32-35

Physiotherapeutic management for rachitic children with special reference to hypotonia. Journal of the Egyptian Medical Association 61(7-8): 543-552

Physoderma pulposum on Chenopodium in New South Wales. Plant disease survey 1978-79: 23

Physogastry in Scutacarus baculitarsus Mahunka (Acarina, Scutacaridae). Entomologist' s Monthly Magazine 1981; 116(1392/1397): 157-159

Phytase activity in barley aleurone cells. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 40(7): 2974-2975

Phytate: its chemistry, occurrence, food interactions, nutritional significance, and methods of analysis. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 30(1): 1-9

Phytic acid content of maturing pods of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata), var. 'Dinner'. Tropical Agriculture 59(1): 64-66

Phytic acid determination in soybeans. Journal of Food Science 47(2): 513-517

Phytic acid hydrolysis and soluble zinc and iron in whole wheat bread as affected by calcium containing additives. Journal of food science 47(2): 535-537

Phytic acid in foods. Var Foda 34(3): 79-96

Phytic acid in pollen. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 21(6): 1255-1258

Phytic acid. 1. Determination of three forms of phosphorus in flour, dough, and bread. Cereal Chemistry 58(3): 226-228

Phytic acid. 2. Its fate during breadmaking. Cereal Chemistry 58(3): 229-234

Phytisma acerinum (Pers.) Fr. = Melasmia acerina Lev. Pflanzenarzt 33(9): 89

Phytoalexin accumulation in chloroform-treated cotyledons of Phaseolus vulgaris. Phytochemistry 20(1): 187-188

Phytoalexin induction and its taxonomic significance in the Leguminosae (subfamily Papilionoideae). Advances in legume systematics Part 2 [Polhill, RM; Raven, PH Editors]: 599-626

Phytoalexin production by germinating seeds of Mucuna utilis. Current Science 50(20): 905-906

Phytoalexin production in corn resistant to three species of Helminthosporium fungi. Phytopathologische Zeitschrift 98(3): 228-236

Phytoalexin production in rice and its enhancement by a dichlorocyclopropane fungicide. Physiological Plant Pathology 17(3): 259-267

Phytoalexin production in the incompatible reaction of rice to Pyricularia oryzae. International Rice Research Newsletter 7(1): 5-6

Phytoalexins. Phytoalexins : 334

Phytoalexins - a biogenetic perspective. Phytopathologische Zeitschrift 99(3): 251-272

Phytoalexins and their Role in the Resistance of Plants to Nematodes. Journal of Nematology 14(1): 2-9

Phytoalexins from other plant families. Phytoalexins : 106-132

Phytoalexins from the Leguminosae. Phytoalexins : 21-80

Phytoalexins from the Solanaceae. Phytoalexins : 82-105

Phytoalexins in the interaction between Phaseolus vulgaris and Botrytis cinerea. Annales de Phytopathologie 12(4): 329-334

Phytoalexins in wild species of Solanum. Abstracts of conference papers of the 8th triennial conference of the European Association for Potato Research: 36-37

Phytoalexins: current problems and future prospects. Phytoalexins : 319-323

Phytochemical and biological screening of Saudi medicinal plants. Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on the Biological Aspects of Saudi Arabia: p. 104

Phytochemical investigation of Hippeastrum vittatum growing in Egypt. Part III. Structural elucidation of hippadine. Planta Medica 43(4): 407-409

Phytochemical investigation of Sedum acre L. Planta Medica 43(1): 97-99

Phytochemical Investigation of the roots of Tacca aspera. Planta Medica 41(4): 414-415

Phytochemical investigations of the genus Larrea (Zygophyllaceae) emphasizing volatile constituents and sapogenins. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 38(7): 3015

Phytochemical relations between certain Scolytidae (Insecta Coleoptera) and broad-leaved trees. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Seances de l' Academie des Sciences, D 291(6): 561-564

Phytochemical screening of Bignonia gracilis (Lodd) (Bignoniaceae). Pharmazie 35(10): 649-650

Phytochemical studies and biological activity of plants native to Reunion and Mauritius. Plantes Medicinales et Phytotherapie 15(2): 80-91

Phytochemical studies on Eminium spiculatum Blume growing in Burg El Arab region. Research Bulletin, Faculty of Agriculture, Ain Shams University (1398): 28

Phytochemical studies on the flora of Egypt. 1. Sugars and mucilage of Prosopis stephaniana (Willd.) Kunth. Egyptian Journal of Botany 19(1): 1-15

Phytochemical studies on the flora of Egypt. 2. Organic acids, protein, amino acids and lipids of Prosopis stephaniana (Willd.) Kunth. Egyptian Journal of Botany 19(1): 17-30

Phytochemistry of the native specimens of Aristolochia clematitis in County Komarom. Acta Horticulturae (96, Vol.II): 179-180

Phytochrome action in light-grown plants: the control of nitrate reduction as a model response. Photochemistry and Photobiology 35(2): 251-254

Phytochrome action in light-grown plants: the influence of light quality and fluence rate on extension growth in Sinapis alba L. Planta 153(2): 101-108

Phytochrome action: a reappraisal. Photochemistry and Photobiology 27(2): 209-216

Phytochrome and plant hormones. Acta Horticulturae (91): 65-72

Phytochrome and the development of photophosphorylation capacity -- an appraisal of the experimental approach. Photochemistry and Photobiology 35(2): 223-227

Phytochrome control of degreening of attached cotyledons and primary leaves of mustard (Sinapis alba L.) seedlings. Photochemistry and Photobiology 35(2): 237-241

Phytochrome Control of Maize Coleoptile Section Elongation : A RAPID LOSS OF PHOTOREVERSIBILITY. Plant Physiology 67(2): 355-357

Phytochrome control of maize coleoptile section elongation: the role of cell wall extensibility. Plant Physiology 68(5): 1024-1026

Phytochrome control of plastid mRNA in mustard (Sinapis alba L.). Planta 154(1): 81-86

Phytochrome control of the development of photophosphorylation. Photochemistry and Photobiology 27(2): 255-258

Phytochrome control of two low-irradiance responses in etiolated oat seedlings. Plant Physiology 67(4): 733-739

Phytochrome intermediates in vivo -- IV. Kinetics of Pfr emergence. Photochemistry and Photobiology 35(1): 117-121

Phytochrome mediated induction of nitrate reductase activity in etiolated maize leaves. Physiologia Plantarum 50(2): 208-212

Phytochrome Modifies Blue-light-induced Electrical Changes in Corn Coleoptiles. Plant Physiology 66(3): 534-535

Phytochrome Pelletability Induced by Irradiation in Vivo: TEST FOR IN VITRO BINDING OF ADDED [S]PHYTOCHROME. Plant Physiology 66(5): 903-907

Phytochrome regulation of nitrite reductase- a chloroplast enzyme- in etiolated maize leaves. Plant and Cell Physiology 22(3): 577-582

Phytochrome regulation of peroxidase activity in maize. 5. Role of RNA and protein synthesis. Plant and Cell Physiology 21(2): 345-350

Phytochrome responses in light-grown green and achlorophyllous corn seedlings. Carnegie Institution Year Book 78: 134-137

Phytochrome-controlled extension growth of Avena sativa L. seedlings : I. Kinetic characterization of mesocotyl, coleoptile, and leaf responses. Planta 154(3): 224-230

Phytochrome-controlled extension growth of Avena sativa L. seedlings : II. Fluence rate response relationships and action spectra of mesocotyl and coleoptile responses. Planta 154(3): 231-240

Phytochrome-dependent photoregulation, its mechanisms and importance for plant management by light. Nauchnye Trudy, Kazakhskii Sel' skokhozaistvennyi Institut 21(5): 21-42

Phytochrome-mediated accumulation of free amino acids in embryonic axes of New York lettuce seeds. Plant & Cell Physiology 21(8): 1651-1656

Phytochrome-mediated responses in light-grown corn showing rapid, reverse reciprocity failure. Plant, Cell and Environment 4(6): 439-447

Phytochrome: aspects of its protein and photochemical properties. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 40(11): 5094

Phytochrome: function and properties. Photochemical and Photobiological Reviews 4: 59-124

Phytocoenotic and biological stability of spruce at the southern boundary of boreal area of its overall distribution in Europe. Stability of spruce forest ecosystems International symposium, Oct 29 Nov 2, 1979, Institute of Forest Ecology, Brno, Czechoslovakia: 187-193

Phytocoenotic organization of some types of plant cover in the Arctic. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 65(11): 1531-1542

Phytoestrogenic and phytotoxic effects of vegetation from open habitats on the laboratory mouse. Canadian Journal of Zoology 58(9): 1575-1581

Phytoferritin in the cambium of Bougainvillea spectabilis Willd. (Nyctaginaceae). Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenphysiologie 105(2): 173-178

Phytogeographical boundaries of the Sahara and their influence by desertification processes. Geomethodica 5: 109-137

Phytogeographical considerations on the coastal vegetation of Cyrenaica. Anales del Jardin Botanico de Madrid 37(2): 765-772

Phytogeographical notes on the palms of Cameroon. Adansonia 18(3): 293-325

Phytogeography of fynbos. Bothalia 13(1 & 2): 231-235

Phytohormone changes in Bouteloua gracilis infected by vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae. II. Altered levels of gibberellin-like substances and abscisic acid in the host plant. Canadian Journal of Botany 60(4): 468-471

Phytohormone changes in Bouteloua gracilis infected by vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae: I. Cytokinin increases in the host plant. Canadian Journal of Botany 58(3): 371-374

Phytol: its metabolic products and their distribution. A review. New Zealand Journal of Science 23(3): 259-275

Phytomass and nutrients in the understorey and forest floor of slash/longleaf pine stands. Forest Science 28(2): 359-372

Phytomass and primary production of tundra communities, USSR. Tundra ecosystems: a comparative analysis: 227-238

Phytomass of natural pine stands in industrial spoilheaps in the Urals. Soviet Journal of Ecology 11(2): 108-116

Phytomyza in kolkhoz fields. Zashchita Rastenii (10): 25-26

Phytoncides and tobacco necrosis virus. Tagungsbericht der Akademie der Landwirtschaftswissenschaften der Deutschen Demokratischen Re ik: 167-172

Phytoparasitic nematodes associated with coffee (Coffea arabica) culture in Nicaragua. Nematropica 9(2): 97-98

Phytoparasitic nematodes associated with garlic (Allium sativum and A. ampeloprasum) collected from the principal producing States in Brazil. Fitopatologia Brasileira 5(1): 105-114

Phytoparasitic nematodes from Easter Island, Region V. (Part 1). Idesia, Chile (5): 225-230

Phytoparasitic nematodes of Isluga, Iquique Province, Region I. (Part 1.). Idesia, Chile (5): 33-39

Phytoparasitic nematodes of cotton and jute fibre. Observations and experiments in Benin. Coton et Fibre Tropicales 36(4): 319-333

Phytopathogenic fungi of North-East India-I. Journal of Research, Assam Agricultural University 1(2): 168-170

Phytopathogens as weed control agents. Proceedings of the Eighth Asian Pacific Weed Science Society Conference: 157-159

Phytopathological aspects of peach quality in the south of France. Trials on postharvest treatments. Fruits 37(5): 301-313

Phytopathological assessment of varieties of rice. Zashchita Rastenii (9): 17

Phytopathological characteristics of pepper (Capsicum L.). Bul Akad Stiince RSS Mold, Ser biol i khim n (3): 45-50

Phytopathological problems and the importance of breeding for resistance in winter rye. Inform ZG Winterroggen 5(2): 25-37

Phytopathology. Zirai Mucadele Arastirma Yilligi (15): 80-108

Phytophages associated with Acacia nilotica in Pakistan and possibilities of their introduction into Australia. Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds: 161-166

Phytophagous and predacious mites on apple in New York. Search: Agriculture (6): 14

Phytophagous insects associated with cadang-cadang infected and healthy coconut palms in south-eastern Luzon, Philippines. Ecological Entomology, 71: 113-120

Phytophagous insects reported from cultivated and weedy varieties of the sunflower, Helianthus annuus L., in North America. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America 27(2): 102-108

Phytophthora and Pythium species associated with crown rot in New York apple orchards. Phytopathology 72(5): 533-538

Phytophthora cambivora associated with apple trees in South Australia. Australasian Plant Pathology 9(4): 114

Phytophthora cinnamomi and the diseases it causes. Monograph, American Phytopathological Society (10): 96

Phytophthora cinnamomi causing stem and fruit rot of Trichosanthes dioica. Indian Phytopathology 34(3): 373-374

Phytophthora citricola from forest soil in New South Wales. Australasian Plant Pathology 9(3): 1-2

Phytophthora cryptogea Pethyb. et Laff., a new pathogen on tomato, pepper and cucumber in Bulgaria. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 16(4): 58-64

Phytophthora cryptogea causes death of gerberas. Nachrichtenblatt fur den Pflanzenschutz in der DDR 35(1): 1-3

Phytophthora disease (blight) of strawberry. Ovoshcharstvo 58(10): 34-37

Phytophthora diseases of trees and shrubs. Arboricultural Leaflet, Department of the Environment, UK (8): 16

Phytophthora fruit rot of Delicious apples in South Australia. Australasian Plant Pathology 10(2): 23-24

Phytophthora infection on a tomato collection under epiphytotic conditions. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 69(3): 73-79

Phytophthora megasperma Drechs. var. sojae Hild., a rare species in the USSR. Mikologiya i Fitopatologiya 15(4): 269-271

Phytophthora megasperma f. sp. medicaginis in Central Mexico: distribution, pathogenicity and resistance in alfalfa. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 42(3): 862B

Phytophthora nicotianae var. nicotianae on Peperomia magnoliaefolia and Kalanchoe blossfeldiana. Plant Pathology 29(2): 98-99

Phytophthora nicotianae var. nicotianae on Sinningia: cultivar reaction and control. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Gent 46(3): 881-887

Phytophthora nicotianae var. nicotianae, causal agent of tomato rot under cover. Informatore Fitopatologico 30(11/12): 21-24; 33

Phytophthora on greenhouse tomatoes. B"lgarski Plodove, Zelenchutsi i Konservi (12): 20-21

Phytophthora palmivora on coconut roots. East Malling Research Station Report for 1980: Talboys, P W; Thresh, J M; Austin, D J : Crop protection division: 82

Phytophthora parasitica inoculation and intensity of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae in citrus. New Phytologist 87(4): 705-715

Phytophthora resistance of complex interspecific hybrids of potato. Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Ordena Lenina i Ordena Druzhby Narodov Instituta Rastenievodstva Imeni N I Vavilova (105): 38-41

Phytophthora resistance of complex interspecific potato hybrids. Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Nauchno Issledovatel' skogo Instituta Rastenievodstva imeni NI Vavilova (105): 38-41

Phytophthora resistance of potato specimens under conditions in the Moscow district. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 69(3): 53-60

Phytophthora resistant rootstocks for Lisbon lemons in California. Citrograph 66(12): 287-288, 291-292

Phytophthora root rot. American Nurseryman 154(2): 12, 111-114

Phytophthora root rot. Research Report, South African Avocado Growers' Association 2: 10-11

Phytophthora root rot of Banksia : host range and chemical control. Plant Disease 65(10): 830-833

Phytophthora root rot of Port-Orford-cedar in California. Plant Disease 65(5): 446-447

Phytophthora root rot of balsam fir and Norway spruce in North Carolina. Plant Disease 65(7): 614-615

Phytophthora root rot of crucifers. Indian Phytopathology 32(1): 129-131

Phytophthora root rot of soybeans in Maryland. Plant Disease 66(5): 371-372

Phytophthora root rot on sweet pepper. Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology 86(5): 259-264

Phytophthora sp. associated with mangrove death in central coastal Queensland. Australasian Plant Pathology 9(3): 6-7

Phytophthora spp. present in South Australia. Biennial Report of the Waite Agricultural Research Institute, 1978-1979: ; 101

Phytophthora stem rot of Aphelandra squarrosa. Plant Disease 65(11): 921-922

Phytosanitary features of Easter Island. Revista Chilena de Entomologiarecd 1982; 10: 101-102

Phytosanitary measures required for high yields in carnation production. Gartenbau 27(11): 344-346

Phytosanitary problems on mangoes in Reunion. Fruits 36(2): 87-95

Phytosanitary protection in fruit-tree culture. Revue Suisse de Viticulture, d' Arboriculture et d' Horticulture 13(1): 21-26

Phytosanitary protection in vine culture. Revue Suisse de Viticulture, d' Arboriculture et d' Horticulture 13(1): 13-18

Phytosanitary selection work in Reunion on some fruit trees with a low chilling requirement. Fruits 37(2): 87-96

Phytosanitary surveillance in mature coconut plantations in West Africa. I. - Routine checks. Oleagineux 35(5): 247-253

Phytosanitary surveillance of mature coconut plantations in West Africa. I. Routine checks. 2. Special checks. Oleagineux 35(5; 6): 247-253; 305-309

Phytosanitary surveillance of young coconut groves in West Africa. Oleagineux 36(1): 13-16

Phytosanitary surveillance of young crops in West Africa. Oleagineux 35(2): 85-88

Phytoseiid mites of Colombia (Acarina:Phytoseiidae). International Journal of Acarology 8(1): 15-22

Phytoseiidae (Acari) from the Pacific Islands: note. New Zealand Entomologist 7(2): 138-139

Phytoseiids of Iran (Acarina:Phytoseiidae). International Journal of Acarology 8(1): 3-14

Phytosociological changes in understory vegetation following timber harvest in northern Minnesota. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 11(1): 175-183

Phytosociological comparisons of oak savanna in central California. Association for Arid Lands Studies, Proceedings, Volume IV: p. 6

Phytosociological study of the graveyards of Peshawar District, NWFP, Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Botany 10(1): 17-30

Phytosociology. Phytosociology : 388

Phytosociology of the forests of Panchmahals district in eastern Gujarat. Indian Journal of Forestry 3(1): 47-53

Phytosuccivorous bugs and cecidogenesis. Journal of the Indian Academy of Wood Science 9(1): 39-45

Phytotechnical and phytosanitary aspects of F1 pelargonium production from seed. Revue Horticole (223): 29-37

Phytotoxic effects of giant foxtail on loblolly pine seedlings. Comparative and Physiological Ecology 5(3): 183-192

Phytotoxic effects of paint volatiles on glasshouse chrysanthemums. Abstracts, XXIst International Horticultural Congress (Vol. I): Abstract No. 1502

Phytotoxic glycopeptides produced by Pseudomonas solanacearum II. Biological properties. Phytopathologische Zeitschrift 98(2): 155-162

Phytotoxic interaction between phenylurea herbicides in a cotton (Gossypium hirsutum)-soybean (Glycine max) sequence. Weed Science 28(5): 521-526

Phytotoxic interaction studies - techniques for evaluation and presentation of results. Weed Science 29(2): 147-155

Phytotoxic interactions involving metribuzin and other pesticides in tomatoes. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 60(1): 167-175

Phytotoxic material from associations between Erwinia amylovora and pear tissue culture: possible role in necrotic symptomatology of fireblight disease. Current Microbiology 4(2): 63-68

Phytotoxic metabolites from Botryodiplodia theobromae Pat. Current Science 50(7): 337

Phytotoxic metabolites of soil Aspergillus species. Mikrobiologicheskii Zhurnal 43(4): 517-530

Phytotoxic properties of actinomycetes and Trichoderma. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki Kazakhstana (5): 40-42

Phytotoxic side effects on potatoes from the use of Tordon 22K (active ingredient picloram) in the Karl-Marx-Stadt district. Nachrichtenblatt fur den Pflanzenschutz in der DDR 36(1): 1-5

Phytotoxicity and adsorption of TCA and chloridazon in nine Danish soils. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica 30(4): 364-368

Phytotoxicity and scalicide efficacy of citrus spray oils. Proceedings of the International Society of Citriculture 1978: 171-174

Phytotoxicity and selective weed control by penoxalin in sunflowers (Helianthus annuus). XVII Informe de Investigacion 1979-80, Division de Ciencias Agropecuarias y Maritimas, Instituto Tecnologico de Monterrey: 77-78

Phytotoxicity and translocation of glyphosate in the potato (Solanum tuberosum) prior to tuber initiation. Weed Science 29(2): 218-223

Phytotoxicity caused by high doses of pentachloronitrobenzene (PCNB) to onions in the nursery. Revista Tecnica (50): 1-7

Phytotoxicity in sugarcane caused by interaction of insecticide with residual herbicide. Biologico 46(10): 235-240

Phytotoxicity of Dimethoate 4E to Douglas-fir in seed orchards. Canadian Forestry Service Research Notes 2(2): 7-8

Phytotoxicity of Venzar for fruit tree rootstocks. Vedecke Prace, Ovocnarske 8: 73-83

Phytotoxicity of ametryne in 12 sugarcane varieties. Ciencias de la Agricultura (7): 109-115

Phytotoxicity of azinphosmethyl (Guthion (R) ) to loblolly pine needles and branches. Tree Planters' Notes 29(3): 18-21

Phytotoxicity of cadmium. Annales de Gembloux 87(4): 201-210

Phytotoxicity of foliar applied Goal as influenced by precipitation following application. Proceedings of the 31st Annual California Weed Conference: 30-38

Phytotoxicity of herbicides in cottonfields. Resumenes, XIII Seminario de la Sociedad Colombiana de Control de Malezas y Fisiologia Vegetal y VIII Reunion Asociacion Latinoamericana de Fisiologia Vegetal, Cali, 1981: 31-32

Phytotoxicity of methyl bromide as a fumigant for Florida citrus fruit. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1980; 92: 167-169

Phytotoxicity of organophosphorus insecticides to crops. (Part 4.). Nitrogen content of Chinese cabbage leaves following treatment with organophosphorus insecticides. Bulletin of the Agricultural Chemicals Inspection Station (19): 35-41

Phytotoxicity of soil applied paraquat. Proceedings of the Sixth Australian Weeds Conference, 1981 (Volume 1): 133-136

Phytotoxicity of sulfur dioxide/bisulfite with special reference to chlorophyll destruction. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 38(12): 5680-5681

Phytotoxicity of the weed Urgenia indica Kunth on the seed germination of associated crops. Indian Journal of Botany 3(1): 87-91

Phytotoxicity of triclopyr on 7 forest species in the nursery. Compte Rendu de la 10e Conference du COLUMA: 771-778

Phytotoxicity tests with pyrethroid insecticides on glasshouse grown tomato seedlings. Queensland Journal of Agricultural and Animal Sciencesrecd 1981; 36(2): 151-154

Phytotoxins in Rhizoctonia solani: isolation and biological activity of m-hydroxy- and m-methoxyphenylacetic acids. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 28(1): 71-75

Phytotron studies of sunflower. Proceedings of the 7th International Sunflower Conference, 27 June 3 July, 1976, Krasnodar, USSR Volume 2: 390-394


Phytuberin and phytuberol, sesquiterpenes from Nicotiana tabacum treated with Ethrel. Phytochemistry 19(7): 1543-1544

Phytuberol from Nicotiana rustica inoculated with tobacco mosaic virus. Phytochemistry 19(6): 1229-1230

Picea farreri, a new temperate conifer from Upper Burma. Notes from the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh 38(1): 129-136

Pick of cashew varieties. Intensive Agriculture 17(1): 8-10

Picker harvest of bedded cotton with various row spacings. Transactions of the ASAE 25(1): 62-64

Picking maturity of stone fruits. Deciduous Fruit Grower 31(8): 312-313, 315-317

Picking the best in layering. Grower 94(8): 31, 34

Picking up procedure for the harvest of pome fruit. Erwerbsobstbau 21(9): 201-205

Pickled soft cheese making from whole and skim milk powder. Egyptian Journal of Dairy Science 9(1): 37-44

Pickleworm: mortality on cucumbers in the field. Environmental Entomology, 96: 806-809

Pickleworm: oviposition on an artificial surface treated with cucurbit extract. Journal of Economic Entomology, 744: 473-474

Pickleworm: survival, development, and oviposition on selected hosts. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 741: 96-99

Pickling cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) cultivar evaluation in northwestern Puerto Rico. Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 66(3): 177-180

Picloram dissipation in a small southwestern stream. Weed Science 28(5): 612-615

Picloram in water and soil from a semiarid pinyon-juniper watershed. Journal of Environmental Quality 9(4): 601-605

Picloram metabolism in plants. Fiziologiya i Biokhimiya Kul' turnykh Rastenii 13(3): 306-309

Picloram pellets for converting low-quality hardwood forests to Japanese larch. Proceedings Northeastern Weed Science Society (Volume 36): 223-227

Picloram residue levels for the control of leafy spurge regrowth. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 61(3): 661-664

Picloram, dicamba and 2,4-D in combination with growth regulators for control of leafy spurge. Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1980 (Vol. 35): 9

Picolinic acid as a zinc-binding ligand in human milk: an unconvincing case. Pediatric Research 15(2): 166-167

Picolinic acid in human milk. Pediatric Research 15(2): 168

Picornaviruses of animals; clinical observations and diagnosis. Comparative diagnosis of viral diseases Volume IV, part B: 3-63

Pictorial handbook of medically important fungi and aerobic actinomycetes. Pictorial handbook of medically important fungi and aerobic actinomycetes: ix + 160

Pictorial key to fruit fly larvae of the family Tephritidae. Pictorial key to fruit fly larvae of the family Tephritidae: 36

Pictorial keys to evaluate foliar injury caused by hydrogen fluoride. Hortscience 17(4): 587-588

Pictorial keys to the main species and species groups within the Simulium damnosum Theobald complex occurring in West Africa (Diptera: Simuliidae). Tropenmedizin und Parasitologie 31(1): 117-120

Picture communication in the Philippines. Educational Broadcasting International 13(2): 78-83

Picture of cotton production 1980-1981 in Black Africa. Bulletin de l' Afrique Noire (1088): 20832-20842

Pictures and descriptions of selected seeds not illustrated in Agriculture Handbook 30. Journal of Seed Technology 5(1): 1-16

Pieces of wood joined with several dowels. Cientifica 7(1): 15-21

Pieces of wood jointed with several bolts. Cientifica 7(1): 5-8

Piecewise regression analysis of corn and soybean yields. Agronomy Abstracts 72nd annual meeting, American Society of Agronomy: 106

Piedmont crossbreds are more profitable. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 12(1): 57-58

Piedmont crosses are very suitable for beef production. Netherlands, Proefstation voor de Rundveehouderij Lelystad: Waiboerhoeve experimental farm 1978: Waiboerhoeve 1978: 85-89

Piedraia hortae. Fungi Canadenses (211): 2

Pierce's disease on muscadine grapes in North Carolina. Plant Disease 65(1): 73-74

Pierwiastki sladowe w srodowisku biologicznym. Pierwiastki sladowe w srodowisku biologicznym: 300

Piezometric determination of inhomogeneous hydraulic conductivity. Water Resources Research 16(4): 691-694

Pig AI in 1979-80. Best results ever. Husdjur (2): 29

Pig Improvement Scheme Yearbook, 1979 to 1980. The tenth register of nucleus and reserve nucleus herds, breeding companies and nucleus multiplier herds. Pig Improvement Scheme Yearbook, 1979 to 1980 The tenth register of nucleus and reserve nucleus herds, breeding companies and nucleus multiplier herds: 136

Pig breeding. Stocarstvo 34(7-8): 241-261

Pig breeding in Brazil. L' elevage porcin bresilien: 19

Pig breeds. Porody svinei: 240

Pig breeds and breeding in Estonia. Teaduslike Toode Kogumik Eesti Loomakasvatuse ja Veterinaaria Teadusliku Uurimise Instituut 48: 72-78

Pig carcass evaluation by use of an electronic scanning planimeter, ESP. Pig carcass evaluation by use of an electronic scanning planimeter, ESP: 92

Pig diseases of importance in the Colombian tropics. Enfermedades porcinas de importancia en el tropico colombiano: iii + 71

Pig excreta for fattening cattle. Intensifikatsiya zhivotnovodstva i kormoproizvodstva v svyazi s perevodom ikh na promyshlennuyu osnovu: 37-39

Pig fattening in an open-front, deep-straw stall. Schriftenreihe der Eidg Forschungsanstalt fur Betriebswirtschaft und landtechnik, Switzerland (15): 69-81

Pig feeding in the GFR under the pressure of competition. Betriebswirtschaftliche Mitteilungen der Landwirtschaftskammer Schleswig Holstein (315/316): 41-54

Pig feeding with skim milk and whey. Pig feeding with skim milk and whey: 14

Pig helminthiases in specialized farms in the Kiev region. USSR, Akademiya Nauk Ukrainskoi SSR, Institut Zoologii, Ukrainskoe Res ikanskoe Nauchnoe Obshchestvo Parazitologov: 1st All Union Meeting of parasitocoenologists Poltava, September 1978 Abstracts Part 3: I Vsesoyuznyi s"ezd parazitotsenologov Poltava, Sentyabr' 1978 g Tezisy dokladov Chast' 3: 118-119

Pig husbandry in Papua New Guinea A bibliography 1863-1979. Annales de Genetique et de Selection Animale 13(3): 301-330

Pig industry statistics. Australia, Queensland Department of Primary Industries: Annual report 1980-81: ; 45-46

Pig management scheme results for 1980. Agricultural Enterprise Studies in England and Wales, University of Cambridge (76): 32

Pig management scheme results for 1981. Agricultural Enterprise Studies in England and Wales, Cambridge University (80): 36

Pig manure in pig ration. Scientific Research Abstracts in Re ic of China (1): 642

Pig mortality in Andhra Pradesh. Indian Veterinary Journal 57(4): 273-278

Pig neutrophil adherence in experimentally induced salmonellosis. American Journal of Veterinary Research 42(7): 1251-1253

Pig nucleus herds. Taiwan, Council for Agricultural Planning and Development: General report no 1 July 1, 1978 to December 31, 1979: ; 117-118

Pig production for the processing industry from crossing with foreign breeds. Rivista di Zootecnia e Veterinaria 9(2): 117-124

Pig production in 1981. Comptes Rendus des Seances de l' Academie d' Agriculture de France 67(16): 1382-1388

Pig production in Malaysia. Pig News and Information 1(3): 219-223

Pig production in South West England 1979-80. Agricultural Enterprise Studies in England and Wales, University of Exeter (75): 36

Pig production in South West England 1980-81. Agricultural Enterprise Studies in England and Wales, Exeter University (81): 46

Pig production in the Netherlands. Agri Holland (6, supplement): 1-11

Pig production in the Netherlands. Summarised translation. Techni Porc 3(6): 17-22

Pig production systems and economics in Argentina. Sistemas productivos y economia de la produccion porcina en la Re ica Argentina: 82

Pig production yesterday, today and tomorrow. Being the proceedings of a one-day conference, held at the University on 20th March 1980, to mark the occasion of 25 years of economic surveys of pig production in south-west England (1953/54 to 1978/79). Report, Agricultural Economics Unit, University of Exeter (209): 53

Pig production. The scientific and practical principles. Pig production The scientific and practical principles: 145

Pig recording scheme. UK, Northern Ireland, Department of Agriculture: Northern Ireland agriculture 39th annual general report of the Department of Agriculture, year ended 31 March 1980: 78

Pig recording scheme. UK, Northern Ireland, Department of Agriculture: Northern Ireland agriculture 40th annual general report of the Department of Agriculture, year ended 31 March 1981: 79

Pig slurry: an amendment for conifer plantations?. Revue de l' Agriculture Bruxelles 35(1): 1813-1822

Pig testing. Annual report for the year ended 31st December 1979. Pig testing Annual report for the year ended 31st December 1979: 36

Pigeon grass screenings for growing-finishing pigs. Journal of Animal Science 51(Suppl. 1): 74

Pigeon herpes encephalomyelitis: a review. Veterinary Research Communications 5(1): 33-44

Pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan L.) as forage and grain crop. Agronomy Abstracts 72nd annual meeting, American Society of Agronomy: 96

Pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan): release of cultivar Royes. Tropical Grain Legume Bulletin (16): 33-34

Pigeon pea (redgram) - some aspects. Kisan World 8(3): 41

Pigeon pea a new crop for Queensland. Queensland Agricultural Journal 105(6): 487-492

Pigeon pea as a dry season crop in Trinidad, West Indies. 1. Yield and yield components. Tropical Agriculture 58(1): 45-51

Pigeon pea as a dry season crop in Trinidad, West Indies. II. Interception and utilization of solar radiation. Tropical Agriculture 58(3): 191-199

Pigeon pea as an intercrop with cassava. Journal of Root Crops 5(1/2): 70-71

Pigeon pea improvement activities at the University of the West Indies, Trinidad. Tropical Grain Legume Bulletin (13/14): 14-17

Pigeon pea improvement at Banaras Hindu University. Tropical Grain Legume Bulletin (17/18): 28-29

Pigeon pea pathology. ICRISAT Annual Report, 1 June 1978-31 May 1979: 103-105

Pigeon pea: growth analysis. ICRISAT: ICRISAT annual report 1977-1978: 102-103

Pigeon pea: microbiology. ICRISAT: ICRISAT annual report 1977-1978: 112-114

Pigeon pea: ovule abortion - a limitation to maximum yield. ICRISAT: ICRISAT annual report 1977-1978: 105

Pigeon pea: soil salinity. ICRISAT: ICRISAT annual report 1977-1978: 105

Pigeon peas (Cajanus cajan). Annotated Bibliography, Commonwealth Bureau of Pastures and Field Crops (G253B): 68

Pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan) - a ureide producing grain legume. Current Science 50(6): 270-271

Pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan) varietal response to insect podborer infestation in Kenya. Kenya Journal of Science and Technology, B 1(1): 11-18

Pigeonpea and its climatic environment. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Pigeonpeas, Patancheru, India, 15-19 December 1980, Volume 1: 259-270

Pigeonpea as a rabi crop in India. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Pigeonpeas, Patancheru, India, 15-19 December 1980, Volume 1: 26-36

Pigeonpea breeding in the All India Coordinated Programme. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Pigeonpeas, Patancheru, India, 15-19 December 1980, Volume 1: 403-414

Pigeonpea breeding in the Caribbean Regional Programme. Proceedings of the international workshop on pigeonpeas Volume 1 ICRISAT, 15-19 December 1980: 415-426

Pigeonpea diseases: resistance-screening techniques. Information Bulletin, International Crops Research Institute for the Semi Arid Tropics (9): 14

Pigeonpea genetic research. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Pigeonpeas, Patancheru, India, 15-19 December 1980, Volume 1: 385-392

Pigeonpea genetic resources. Proceedings of the international workshop on pigeonpeas Volume 1 ICRISAT, 15-19 December 1980: 385-392

Pigeonpea genotype evaluation for intercropping. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Pigeonpeas, Volume 2, ICRISAT Center, Patancheru, India, 15-19 December, 1980: 263-270

Pigeonpea germplasm of Assam and the Garo hills. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Pigeonpeas, Volume 2, ICRISAT Center, Patancheru, India, 15-19 December, 1980: 23-28

Pigeonpea grain quality investigated at ICRISAT. International Pigeonpea Newsletter (1): 38-39

Pigeonpea improvement research in Kenya. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Pigeonpeas, Patancheru, India, 15-19 December 1980, Volume 1: 427-436

Pigeonpea seed production under the national and state seed corporations. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Pigeonpeas, Patancheru, India, 15-19 December 1980, Volume 1: 303-307

Pigeonpea trials in the Nira Valley of Maharashtra. Proceedings of the international workshop on pigeonpeas Volume 2, 15-19 December 1980: 271-274

Piggery environmental control by computer. Landtechnik 37(2): 98-100

Piggery microclimate relationships in battery cages for group-rearing of weaned piglets. Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin 35(23): 881-884

Piglet losses during suckling. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 13(6): 545-550

Piglet mortality and fecundity of Czechoslovakian Improved White sows in purebreeding and crossbreeding. Sbornik Vysoke Skoly Zemedelske v Praze, Fakulta Agronomicka, B Zivocisna Vyroba (1): 181-196

Pigmeat quality determination. Denmark, Danish Meat Research Institute: Annual report 1980: 8, 15

Pigment and productivity chance in chilli plant (Capsicum annuum L.) in course of mycoplasma. Biologia, Pakistan 26(1/2): 5-8

Pigment changes in capsicum cultivars during maturation and ripening. Journal of Food Technology 15(3): 241-249

Pigment changes in the flavedo of Dancy tangerine (Citrus reticulata) during ripening. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenphysiologie 103(5): 451-457

Pigment changes in the pericarp of the Chinese gooseberry or kiwi fruit (Actinidia chinensis) cv. Bruno during ripening. Gartenbauwissenschaft 47(4): 162-167

Pigment complex and lipids of winter wheat seedlings under heat conditions. Visnik Kiivs' kogo Universitetu, Biologiya (23): 10-13

Pigment content and CO2 assimilation in the bark of branches and stems of Scots pine. Lesovedenie (6): 24-31

Pigment content as an index of development of the photosynthetic apparatus in wheat. Fiziologiya Rastenii 27(2): 341-347

Pigment content in the needles of Pinus sylvestris of different provenance. Molod uchenye les kh vu Kazakhstana (Dep. R196): 204-207

Pigment, free amino acid and chloroplast protein analyses of the pale green-13 mutant in maize. Maydica 24(4): 215-221

Pigmented callus formation by isolated meristem tissue of grapevine. Fiziologiya na Rasteniyata 6(4): 31-35

Pigments in the red wine grape varieties of Hungary. Szolotermesztes es Boraszat 3(3): 4-10

Pigs. UK, Northern Ireland, Department of Agriculture: Annual report on research and technical work of the Department of Agriculture for Northern Ireland, 1979: 272

Pigs and poultry. Results of Agriculture Service Experiments 1980; 27(9): 71

Pigs. Service management. Booklet, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (2276): 26

Pilot commercial treatment of bulk wheat with CO2 for insect control: the need for gas recirculation. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture and Animal Husbandry 20(106): 618-624

Pilot experiment for the concomitant detection of congenital hypothyroidism and phenylketonuria in newborn infants in a high-risk area. Results for 1979. Pediatria, Romania 29(2): 131-138

Pilot experiment for the control of mosquito larvae in the field with a UV-treated preparation of Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis. Anzeiger fur Schadlingskunde Pflanzenschutz Umweltschutz 53(12): 181-184

Pilot plan for forest management of the Japdeva lands, Costa Rica. Plan Piloto para manejo forestal de los terrenos de JAPDEVA en Costa Rica: xxv + 367

Pilot project for the control of Brugia malayi filariasis. II. Results of control with HCH spray. Journal of Communicable Diseases 10(3): 179-190

Pilot project of carbaryl and trichlorfon against the western spruce budworm, Beaverhead National Forest, Montana, 1975. Report, Northern Region, Forest Service, United States Department of Agriculturerecd 1980; (78-5): i + 23

Pilot studies on membranes and some transport mechanisms in Friedreich's ataxia. Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences. le Journal Canadien des Sciences Neurologiques 6(2): 285-289

Pilot study for comparison of chromic catgut suture and mechanically applied staples in enteroanastomoses. Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association 17(3): 409-414

Pilot study of consumption pattern of ragi among selected families of different income levels. Current Research 10(4): 62-64

Pilot trials on the treatment of Dermatobia hominis infections in cattle with Closantel. American Journal of Veterinary Research 42(7): 1240-1241

Pimpling of egg shells and hatchability in several strains of turkeys. Poultry Science 60(8): 1939-1943

Pindak -- the first pinto bean variety released by North Dakota State University. North Dakota Farm Research 38(5): 6

Pine bark recommended as potting medium in tests for fusiform rust resistance. Research Note, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service (SE-246): 5

Pine bark, hardwood bark compost and peat amendment effects on development of Phytophthora spp. and lupine root rot. Phytopathology 72(3): 346-351

Pine blue-stain associated with the pine wilt syndrome. Journal of Arboriculture 8(8): 212-216

Pine damage rating on medium and large scale infrared aerial photographs. Color aerial photography in the plant sciences and related fields: 151-160

Pine plantation data for future equipment design. Transactions of the ASAE 24(3): 568-571, 578

Pine roots and growth disturbances. Folia Forestalia, Institutum Forestale Fenniae (313): 16

Pine seed grading: the implication for orchard seed. South African Forestry Journal (112): 10-14

Pine seedling availability for reforestation on nonindustrual private forest land in the south. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 6(1): 41-44

Pine seedlings - handle with care. What' s New in Forest Research (67): 4

Pine shoot moths in S.E. Asia I. Distribution, biology and impact. Commonwealth Forestry Review 61(2): 121-134

Pine twisting rust (Melampsora pinitorqua) on felled areas in north European Russia. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo (10): 56-59

Pine vole control with anticoagulant baits in apple orchards. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, 1061: 101-105

Pine wilt - a disease you should know. Journal of Arboriculture 8(1): 1-6

Pine wilt toxin, the metabolite of a bacterium associated with a nematode. Naturwissenschaften 67(4): 198-199

Pineal melatonin content in male hamsters throughout the seasonal reproductive cycle. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 165(2): 330-334

Pineapple bran as a feedingstuff. Feedingstuffs for livestock in South East Asia: 331-336

Pineapple cultivar trials in Linhares in the State of Espirito Santo. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 16(2): 223-224

Pineapple propagation by stem sectioning. Cultivos Tropicales 3(1): 131-143

Pineapple slips planted in different positions. Comunicado Tecnico, Empresa de Pesquisa Agropecuaria do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (47): 2

Pineapple tissue culture unequalled for rapid multiplication. Queensland Agricultural Journal 106(5): 447-451

Pineapple-nematode control with fumigant nematicides. Publication, Pineapple Series H, Department of Agricultural Technical Services, Pretoria (H.19): 6

Pineapples. South Africa, Department of Agricultural Technical Services: Annual report of the Secretary for 1 July 1978 to 30 June 1979: 114

Pineapples thrive on potassium. Information Bulletin, Citrus and Subtropical Fruit Research Institute (78): 10-11

Pinewood nematode discovered in several Ohio pine species. Ohio Report on Research and Development 66(3): 37-40

Pinewood nematode found in Arkansas. Arkansas Farm Research 28(5): 16

Pinewood nematode identified in Louisiana. Louisiana Agriculture 25(3): 22-23

Pinewood nematode: a threat to U.S. forests?. Plant Disease 65(12): 1022-1027

Pink bollworm control in the western United States. Agricultural Reviews and Manuals, Science and Education Administration, United States Department of Agriculture (ARM-W-16): iv + 81

Pink bollworm: diapause induction and termination in relation to fluctuating temperatures and decreasing photophases. Environmental Entomology, 106: 936-942

Pink bollworm: effect of cotton types and planting date on early season infestations. Southwestern Entomologist, 71: 65-69

Pink bollworm: effect of soil moisture and temperature on moth emergence in field and laboratory studies. Environmental Entomology, 111: 147-149

Pink bollworm: expected reduction in damage to cottons carrying combinations of resistance characters. Agricultural Research Results, Science and Education Administration, USDA (ARR-W-12): 10

Pink bollworm: irradiation of laboratory and native males. Journal of Economic Entomology 73(6): 764-767

Pink bollworm: mating, reproduction, and longevity of laboratory reared and native strains. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 734: 382-385

Pink bollworm: sterilizing effects of benzylphenols and benzyl-1,3-benzodioxoles. Journal of Economic Entomology 73(5): 710-714

Pink discoloration of Kachkaval cheese. Khranitelna Promishlenost 28(2): 30-31

Pink disease of apple. Acta Phytopathologica Sinica 12(1): 39-44

Pink scavenger caterpillar resistance among selected dent corn hybrids. Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society 17(1): 93-96

Pinna temperature in exercising jackrabbits, Lepus californicus. Journal of Mammalogy, 611: 30-38

Pinpointing post-pasteurization contamination. Journal of Food Protection 43(5): 414

Pinus caribaea seed from Fiji. Fiji Pine Research Paper (4): 4

Pinus contorta as an exotic species. Proceeding of the IUFRO working party meeting 1980 on Pinus contorta provenances (S2.02.06) in Norway and Sweden. Rapporter och Uppsatser, Institutionen for Skogsgenetik (30): 353

Pinus kesiya Royle ex Gordon (syn. P. khasya Royle; P. insularis Endlicher). Tropical Forestry Papers, Commonwealth Forestry Institute, Oxford University (9): xiv + 199

Pinus koraiensis forests of north-east China. Pinus koraiensis forests of north east China: 352

Pinus nigra var. austriaca, a new host of Caliciopsis pinea Peck. Informatore Fitopatologico 30(5): 19-21

Pinus nigra var. caramanica in shelterbelts in the Crimean steppe. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo (7): 39-40

Pinus pumila at the southern limit of its range: mensurational and synecological characteristics. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 63(9): 1352-1358

Pinus sabiniana at Gelendzhik. Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada (115): 23-26

Pinus sylvestris provenances in the Belorussian SSR. Formir vysokoproduktivn nasazhdenii Belorussii: 9-17

Pinworms (enterobius vermicularis). Canadian Family Physician Medecin de Famille Canadien 28: 306-309

Pinyon growth characteristics in the Sweetwater Mountains. Research Paper, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service (INT-227): 26

Pinyon-juniper woodlands of the Great Basin: distribution, flora, vegetal cover. Research Paper, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service (INT-229): 22

Pinyons of the Chihuahuan desert region. Phytologia 44(3): 129-133

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Pioneering German phytopathologists. Mitteilungen, Biologische Bundesanstalt fur Land und Forstwirtschaft (196): 142

Pioneering in San Julian: a study of adaptive strategy formation by migrant farmers in eastern Bolivia. Dissertation Abstracts International, A 41(4): 1670-1671

Pipe-cross reactor energy savings in complex fertiliser production. FAI Seminar 1980 on fertilisers in India in the eighties: 23

Pipeline. USSR Patent: (854 332)

Piper. India, Central Plantation Crops Research Institute: Annual report 1977: vi + 204

Piperine. Lebensmittel Wissenschaft + Technologie 14(5): 225-228

Piptochaetium juninense O. Tovar et P. Gutte, a new Poaceae species from the Peruvian Andes. Feddes Repertorium 91(4): 205-208

Piribedil inhibition of prolactin release induced by mechanical breast emptying in puerperal women. Clinical Endocrinology 11(3): 301-306

Piricularia leaf spot disease of bajra. Madras Agricultural Journal 67(6): 398-401

Piricularia leaf spot of ginger in Assam. Indian Phytopathology 1980; 32(2): 321-322

Pirimicarb resistance in the melon and cotton aphid, Aphis gossypii Glover. Plant Pathology 29(4): 191-196

Pirimiphos-methyl and malathion as grain protectants against stored-products insects in Iraq. Anzeiger fur Schadlingskunde Pflanzenschutz Umweltschutz 54(4): 54-55

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Piroplasms of horses and their impact on international horse trade. Berliner und Munchener Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 95(19): 368-374

Piscicidal constituents of Pimelea species. Tetrahedron Letters 22(7): 689-690

Piscivority in a land-locked alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) population. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 378: 1314-1317

Pisolithus tinctorius ectomycorrhizae improve survival and growth of pine seedlings on acid coal spoils in Kentucky and Virginia. Reclamation Reviewrecd 1980; 2: 23-31

Pistachio Production in Arizona. University of Arizona, Cooperative Extension Service, Series (Q369): 2

Pistachio culture: present situation and studies in progress. Frutticoltura 43(10/11): 15-18

Pistachio in Central Asia. Priroda, USSR (11): 21-23

Pistacia atlantica. Revue Forestiere Francaise 32(4): 357-363

Pistacia vera as a forest-forming species. Lesnoi Zhurnal (4): 121-123

Pistia stratiotes L. in Nigerian waters. Experientia 36(8): 953-955

Pistillody in a commercial sugarcane variety. Current Science 50(23): 1038-1039

Pisum sativum and Vicia faba carbohydrates: structural studies of starches. Journal of Food Science 46(1): 88-93

Pisum sativum seed characteristics and assay methodology as factors affecting detection of pea seedborne mosaic virus. Allahabad Farmer 50(1): 25-28

Pit construction by antlion larvae: influences of soil illumination and soil temperature. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 90(1): 26-30

Pitch X loblolly pine hybrids: loblollies for the north?. Journal of Forestry 77(11): 709-713; 716

Pitch canker of slash pine seedlings: a new disease in forest tree nurseries. Plant Disease 64(7): 695-696

Pitch in pulp and paper manufacture. FORPRIDECOM Technical Note, Philippines (189): 2

Pitfall trapping and soil sampling for Scarabaeidae (Coleoptera) and possible predators in some Northland and Auckland pastures. Proceedings of the 2nd Australasian conference on grassland invertebrate ecology Palmerston North, New Zealand 22-26 May 1978: 113-117

Pitfalls of salicylhydroxamic acid plus glycerol treatment of T. vivax infected goats. Tropenmedizin und Parasitologie 31(3): 275-282

Pith flecks and ray abnormalities in birch wood. Silva Fennica 14(3): 277-285

Pithophora kewensis Wittr. (Cladophoraceae) a new green alga in rice fields in Ferrara province. Riso 27(2): 131-136

Pitsilia integrated rural development project. Pitsilia integrated rural development project: 30

Pitsilia integrated rural development report: pughess report No.6 for the period July to December 1980. Pitsilia integrated rural development report: pughess report No6 for the period July to December 1980: 115

Pitting and sown pastures: the Nundora experience. Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales 91(2): 6-8

Pittosporum tobira (Thunb.) Ait., a new natural host of cucumber mosaic virus. Informatore Fitopatologico 30(4): 7-8

Pituitary and ovarian function in postpartum beef cows. I. Effect of suckling on serum and follicular fluid hormones and follicular gonadotropin receptors. Biology of Reproduction 26(4): 640-646

Pituitary and ovarian function in postpartum beef cows. II. Endocrine changes prior to ovulation in suckled and nonsuckled postpartum cows compared to cycling cows. Biology of Reproduction 26(4): 647-654

Pituitary and ovarian function in postpartum beef cows. III. Induction of estrus, ovulation and luteal function with intermittent small-dose injections of GnRH. Biology of Reproduction 26(4): 655-662

Pituitary and ovarian luteinizing hormone releasing hormone receptors during the estrous cycle, pregnancy and lactation in the rat. Biology of Reproduction 27(2): 316-319

Pituitary content of gonadotropins and GnRH-receptors in pregnant, postpartum and steroid-treated OVX ewes. Journal of Animal Science 54(6): 1235-1242

Pituitary dwarfism in a German shepherd dog. Veterinary Pathology 17(4): 406-421

Pituitary function during pseudopregnancy and lactation in the rat. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 62(1): 93-98

Pituitary gonadotropin-releasing hormone receptors during the rat estrous cycle. Science 209(4459): 942-944

Pituitary gonadotropins of bony fish. Isolation and biological action. 9th International Congress on Animal Reproduction and Artificial Insemination, 16th-20th June 1980 II Round tables: 339-345

Pituitary intermediate lobe in dog: two cell types and high bioactive adrenocorticotropin content. Science 211(4477): 72-74

Pituitary luteinizing hormone and follicle-stimulating hormone from birth to adulthood in male rabbit. Changes in the pituitary responsiveness to LHRH injection. Hormone Research 15(4): 242-251

Pituitary preparations in fish culture : acquisition and use. Bulletin Francais de Pisciculture 53(278): 41-45

Pityophthorus pinsapo sp.n., a new West Palaearctic bark beetle species (Coleoptera, Scolytidae). Acta Entomologica Bohemoslovaca 79(2): 154-157

Pityriasis versicolor in the Canary Islands. Dermatologia Revista Mexicana 21(1): 39-42

Pityriasis versicolor of the glans penis. British Journal of Venereal Diseases 55(3): 230-230

Pityriasis versicolor: a study of 100 Mexican cases. Bulletin de la Societe Francaise de Mycologie Medicale 11(1): 65-67

Pityrosporum canis and otitis externa of the dog and cat: its role and importance in relation to other constituents of the bacterial fungal and parasitic flora. Annales de Medecine Veterinaire 124(6): 435-442

Pityrosporum isolate from the upper respiratory tract. American Journal of Clinical Pathology 76(1): 112-116

Pityrosporum ovale and its cultivation from the scalp. Ceska Mykologie 34(1): 29-34

Pixie - a new apple. Garden, UK 105(10): 405

Pizza's key ingredient - the challenge to the Italian cheese industry. Proceedings from the first biennial Marschall International Cheese Conference: ; 89-91

Pizzle dropping. National symposium on the sheep blowfly and flystrike in sheep Sydney: 25th to 27th June, 1979: ; 189-194

Place of barley in multiple cropping. Seeds and Farms 6(12): 11-16

Place of pigeonpea in West Africa. International Pigeonpea Newsletter (1): 8-9

Place of small-format aerial photography in resource surveys. Journal of Forestry 80(1): 15-17, 29

Place of the ruminant in integrated resource management. Proceedings of an International Symposium on Rainfed Agriculture in Semi Arid Regions, April 17-22, 1977, Pasadena, California: 264-272

Placement of vp1 near lg2 on the long arm of chromosome 3. Maize Genetics Cooperation News Letter (55): 27

Placement of winter cereals in rotations in Stavropol' region. Zemledelie (2): 5-7

Placental blood flow in rats fed alcohol before and during gestation. Life Sciences 29(11): 1153-1160

Placental candidiasis: report of three cases with a review of the literature. Pathology 14(2): 191-195

Placental development and fatty acid metabolism in pigs fed ad libitum or restricted during gestation. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 166(4): 472-478

Placental factors and fetal nutrition. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 34(Suppl 4): 738-743

Placental factors conditioning fetal nutrition and development. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 34(Suppl 4): 756-759

Placental factors conditioning fetal nutrition and growth. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 34(Suppl 4): 760-768

Placental involvement in schistosomiasis mansoni. Report of four cases. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 29(4): 571-575

Placental lactogen and its role in mammogenesis and lactogenesis. Kosmos, A Biologia 29(2): 175-181

Placental lactogen in human serum and colostrum. Hormone and Metabolic Research 14(8): 441-442

Placental lesions caused by pseudorabies virus in pregnant sows. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 177(7): 636-641

Placental production of progesterone in ovariectomized goats treated with a synthetic progestagen to maintain pregnancy. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 60(2): 339-348

Placental retention in dairy cows and its effect on reproductive traits. Veterinaria, Mexico 11(3): 118

Placental transfer and breast milk levels of flunitrazepam. Current Therapeutic Research 26(5): 539-546

Placental transfer and fetal uptake of drugs. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics 5(2): 91-104

Placental transfer and milk excretion of radioactivity in rats given orally carbaryl. Colloque, Institut National de la Sante et de la Recherche Medicale 89: 469-475

Placental transmission of toxoplasmosis. Voprosy epidemiologii i gigieny v Litovskoi SSR 6 Kishechnye i virusnye infektsii i invazii Mater res ik nauch konf 6-7 Sentyabrya 1979 g: 250-251

Places of beekeeping interest in France. Bee World 62(3): 118-122

Places of worship in Afghanistan and their value for foreign trade. Afghanistan Journal 7(3): 97-108

Plagioporus gyrinophili sp.n. (Trematoda: Opecoelidae) from Gyrinophilus porphyriticus duryi and Pseudotriton ruber (Caudata: Plethodontidea). Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 48(2): 198-201

Plagiorhynchus formosus Van Cleave, 1918, a synonym of Plagiorhynchus cylindraceus (Goeze, 1782) Schmidt and Kuntz, 1966. Journal of Parasitology 67(4): 597-598

Plague. CRC Handbook Series in Zoonoses Section A: bacterial, rickettsial, and mycotic diseases Volume I: recd 1982; 515-596

Plains bluestem seed harvesting and handling. Publication, Noble Foundation (PB-N79): 12

Plan for ecological and cultural tourism involving participation of local population and associations. Tourism planning and development issues: 199-211

Plan of action on world food security. Pakistan Agriculture 4(12): 34-41

Plan of the structure of receptors of nematodes in connection with the heterogeneity of sensory neurons. Raboty po gel' mintologii Materialy zasedaniya, posvyashchennogo 100 letiyu so dnya rozhdeniya Akademika KI Skryabina: 200-210

Plan your fertilizer plant's future. Agrichemical Age 26(6): 32-34, 42

Planation surfaces of the Qinghai-Xizang Plateau. Proceedings of Symposium on Qinghai Xizang Tibet Plateau, May 25 June 1, 1980, Beijing, China: 259-260

Plane of feeding of pregnant sows in relation to types of maintenance. Nauchno tekhnicheskii Byulleten' , Nauchno issledovatel' skii Institut Zhivotnovodstva Lesostepi i Poles' ya Ukrainian SSR (26): 29-33

Planification: characteristics and requirements for the development of rural communities. Realidad Campesina y Desarrollo Nacional (4): 39

Planing technique - milling of grooves on the back of broad boards. Meddelande, Svenska Traforskningsinstitutet, A (625): 17

Planipennia from the central and western parts of Mongolia with remarks on the synonymy of Mongolian chrysopids (Results of the Mongolian-German Biological Expeditions since 1962, No. 95). Mitteilungen aus dem Zoologischen Museum in Berlin 56(2): 191-194

Planned agricultural models, challenged by actual agricultural experience in Africa. Vierteljahresberichte, Probleme der Entwicklungslander, Forschungsinstitut der Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (79): 71-75

Planned breeding of beef cattle in arid areas with special reference to crossbreeding with high-yielding European breeds. Tierzuchter 32(7): 272-274

Planned change and communication in Samoa. Extension, education and rural development Volume 2 International experience in strategies for planned change: 245-253

Planned change in rural Asia: as perceived by administrators, researchers and practitioners. Extension, education and rural development Volume 2 International experience in strategies for planned change: 237-244

Planned disease control in fruit tree cultivation. Revue Suisse de Viticulture, d' Arboriculture et d' Horticulture 13(1): 28-35

Planned environmental degradation: development in the arid third world. In Association for Arid Lands Studies, Proceedings, Denver, Colorado, April 21-24, 1982 5: p. 10

Planned grass weed control with fluazifop-butyl in broad-leaved crops. Proceedings 1980 British Crop Protection Conference Weeds: 429

Planned guidance of the economy, improving planning and management in agriculture. Ekonomika Sel' skogo Khozyaistva (11): 77-84

Planners guide for estimating cost per user-day of proposed recreational facilities. USDA Forest Service general technical report PNW United States Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station: 80 (110)

Planning African development. Planning African development: 201

Planning a Canadian national park and related reserve system. The Canadian national parks: today and tomorrow Conference II Ten years later Banff October 8-13th-1978 Volume II: 645-670

Planning a balanced diet for children of age 10-12 years by operations research. Indian Journal of Pediatrics 47(386): 183-185

Planning a new agricultural wholesale market in Seoul. Journal of Rural Development, Korea 4(1): 19-36

Planning agricultural development in the light of studies of local differences in agricultural production. Zagadnienia Ekonomiki Rolnej (5): 20-35

Planning agricultural production. Sovetskoe Gosudarstvo i Pravo (1): 43-50

Planning and building a tissue culture laboratory. Agricultural Research Results, United States Department of Agriculture: 93-101

Planning and building up of rural settlements in the USSR. Planirovka i zastroika sel' skikh naselennykh mest v SSSR: 296

Planning and climate-the case of Di-Zahav. Geoforum 8: 249-265

Planning and construction of recreational facilities. Recreation: water and land Book 2 Water Practice Manuals: 89-132

Planning and construction of rural communities in the Non-Black-Earth region. Sovetskoe Gosudarstvo i Pravo (8): 29-36

Planning and decision making on large farms using economic models and computers. Ekonomika Poljoprivrede 26(10): 7-18

Planning and design of irrigation systems. International Rice Research Institute: Irrigation policy and management in Southeast Asia: 15-44

Planning and design of school buildings for self-help projects: a manual for the planning and construction of education facilities under condition of limited resources. Planning and design of school buildings for self help projects: a manual for the planning and construction of education facilities under condition of limited resources: 81

Planning and designing integrated facilities. Integrated facilities: priority theme IV Report of the seminar held in London 29 Oct 1 Nov 1979: 17-21

Planning and developing hospitality facilities that increase tourism demand. Tourism marketing and management issues: 239-248

Planning and development of Man and the Biosphere (MAB) research in the Andes. Mountain Research and Development 1(2): 103-114

Planning and economic stimulation of farm production. Voprosy Ekonomiki 54(6): 3-14

Planning and evaluating research on poultry nutrition: the role of a bioeconomic model. Proceedings AAEA Meeting July 1980:

Planning and evaluation of rural electrification in Kenya. Planning African development: 169-194

Planning and management problems in Ontario provincial parks. Publication Series, Department of Geography, University of Waterloo (14): 363-374

Planning and managing irrigation projects for optimal water use efficiency. Irrigation and agricultural development Based on an International Expert Consultation, Baghdad, Iraq, 24 February 1 March 1979: 147-160

Planning and planting design of home gardens. Planning and planting design of home gardens: 116

Planning and rural development in India with particular reference to Karnataka. CDR Project Paper, Centre for Development Research (A.81.1): 16

Planning aspects of recreation services. Parks and Recreation, UK 46(11): 16-25

Planning at the county level: a case study of Gwent, South Wales. International Journal of Tourism Management 1(3): 158-167

Planning collective farm production. Planovoe Khozyaistvo (5): 109-113

Planning data for barn drying of hay using air heated to various extents. Landtechnik 34(12): 549-551

Planning development towns in Kuwait. GeoJournal 5(3): 251-260

Planning erosion control for coal mining and reclamation. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 34(5): 234-236

Planning for Agricultural Development: a Consideration of Some of the Theoretical and Practical Issues Involved. Planning for Agricultural Development: a Consideration of Some of the Theoretical and Practical Issues Involved: ; 24

Planning for Agriculture in Botswana: A Report on the Arable Lands Survey. Institute of Development Management Gaborrone, Botswana, Research Paper (7): 163

Planning for CTT in the '80s. Farmland Market (15): 18-21

Planning for Nicaragua's crusade against ignorance. Overzicht, Internationale Universitaire Samenwerking 9(5): 16-19

Planning for agriculture at the sub-regional level: the delineation of areas. Rivista di Economia Agraria 37(1): 162-179

Planning for agriculture: how?. Nuovo Mezzogiorno 23(5): 5-15

Planning for development: Western Kweneng District; a spatial and development plan, with reference to local agricultural problems. Rural Sociology Report Series, Rural Sociology Unit, Division of Planning and Statistics, Ministry of Agriculture, Botswana (6): ii+169

Planning for ecodevelopment in the Chihuahuan Desert. Parks 5(4): 4-8

Planning for farm growth. Resource Management Program. Circular, National Fertilizer Development Center, Tennessee Valley Authority (2-115): 14

Planning for integrated rural development programme, Amalapuram block (East Godavari district, A.P.). Planning for integrated rural development programme, Amalapuram block East Godavari district, AP: 443

Planning for integrated rural development: community shops in Sri Lanka. Community Development Journal 16(3): 212-220

Planning for labour, machinery and equipment requirements and balancing them with capacity within the scope of annual planning in crop production using an EDP model. Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Universitat Halle, Mathematisch Naturwissenschaftliche Reihe 28(5): 125-126

Planning for leisure. Schreftenreihe, Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Freizeit (32): 152-164

Planning for leisure: alternative approaches. Papers in Leisure Studies, Department of Extension Studies, Polytechnic of North London (5): 40

Planning for natural regeneration of hardwoods in the coastal plain. USA, Southeastern Area, State and Private Forestry: Proceedings Second Symposium on Southeastern Hardwoods: 114-119

Planning for new national parks in Atlantic Canada. The experience with Ship Harbour (1965-1973). Park News 17(1): 5-10

Planning for new tourism destinations in Alberta: issues, process and practice. Destination dynamics: tourism research planning and information implications Annual conference proceedings, Vancouver, BC November 1-3, 1981: 24

Planning for participatory rural development: the case of Bidar-Unicef project in India. Journal of Rural Cooperation 9(1): 37-50

Planning for prescribed burning in the inland northwest. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (PNW-76): 68

Planning for recreation and conservation on the Mornington Peninsular. Outdoor recreation: Australian perspectives: 136-147

Planning for recreational planning. Socio Economic Planning Sciences 15(4): 139-146

Planning for the management of national parks. Perspectives in landscape ecology Proceedings of the International Congress organized by the Netherlands Society for Landscape Ecology, Veldhoven, Netherlands, April 6-11, 1981: 253-260

Planning for the tourist. Proceedings of the Conference held at Cheltenham 2nd-3rd April 1982. Planning for the tourist Proceedings of the Conference held at Cheltenham 2nd 3rd April 1982: 117

Planning for tourism. Planning for tourism: 75

Planning for tourism in Britain: a historical perspective. Town Planning Review 52(1): 61-79

Planning for tourism in England. Planning for tourism in England: 102

Planning forests by the natural landscape method . Lesnoe Khozyaistvo (10): 60-62

Planning framework. Nature conservation and recreation in European heritage landscapes: report on the European conference at Losehill Hall 20-24 April 1981: 13-27

Planning future mass media dissemination of agricultural information: a case study based on survey results in the Benalla District, Victoria. Melbourne Notes on Agricultural Extension (17): 23-35

Planning green spaces for seaside resorts developed on the Languedoc Rousillon Coast. Landscape Planning 7(3): 281-294

Planning in forestry: management and production planning. Cellulosa e Carta 32(5): 31-57

Planning in rural areas. Village renewal, land consolidation, development planning (17 papers). Planung im landlichen Raum Dorferneuerung, Flurbereinigung, Bauleitplanung 17 Beitrage: 173

Planning in rural areas. Village renewal, land consolidation, town and country planning. Balance sheet of GFR Lander after four years investment in the future programme. Documentation of a seminar held in 1980 (22 papers). Internationale Grune Woche Berlin (17): 191

Planning in the artificial drying of hay in order to save energy. Tierzuchter 32(4): 167-169

Planning in the member countries of the CMEA for co-operation in the agro-industrial field. Internationale Zeitschrift der Landwirtschaft (1): 22-24

Planning in the outdoor market garden. Optimal cauliflower production. Landbrugsokonomiske Studier, Okonomisk Institut, Kgl Veterin/ae/r og Landbohojskole (13): 68

Planning individual farms for beef production in hill and mountain areas of West Macedonia. Ekonomika Poljoprivrede 27(10): 617-624

Planning irrigated plantations of Hippophae rhamnoides. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo (N0. 2): 48-51

Planning irrigation in Maryland. Bulletin, Cooperative Extension Service, University of Maryland (233): 48 pp

Planning materials for agriculture. Volume I. general information and summary. Volume 2. papers. Planungsunterlagen fur die Landwirtschaft Band 1: Generalberichte und Zusammenfassungen Band 2: Referate: 194pp, 2344

Planning models for specialised pig rearing. KTBL Schrift (261): 345 pp

Planning new development regions in Egypt: settlement planning related to economic development. Third World Planning Review 3(2): 234-249

Planning of agriculture and the food industry. Planirovanie sel' skogo khozyaistva i pishchevoi promyshlennosti: 126

Planning of biogas installations for the provision of energy, on the example of a pig-fattening enterprise. Grundlagen der Landtechnik 31(2): 64-74

Planning of capacity and siting of dairies. Deutsche Milchwirtschaft 33(4): 141-145

Planning of the experiment in the study of the composition-property graph for the evaluation of the toxicity of the exhaust gases of diesel engines. Traktory i Sel' khozmashiny (12): 10-13

Planning problems in land consolidation. Berichte aus der Flurbereinigung (37): 41-48

Planning procedures for recreation in the open air by CRM. Availability of recreation. Recreatievoorzieningen 13(3): 118-122

Planning recreation and encouraging domestic tourism in developing countries. Zeitschrift fur Wirtschaftsgeographie 25(1): 20-21

Planning responses to urban and rural problems: a comparative study in Southwest Wales. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie 71(5): 255-263

Planning short term credits for state farms. Planirovanie i Uchet v Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh predpriyatiyakh (6): 27-33

Planning social development. Kadry v Sel' skom Khozyaistve (6): 76-79

Planning social processes in crop production farms. Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Universitat Halle, Mathematisch Naturwissenschaftliche Reihe 28(4): 77-86

Planning soil and moisture conservation in arid regions of Rajasthan. Annals of Arid Zone 19(4): 421-424

Planning specialized departments for the manufacture of liquid and pasty products for young children. Molochnaya Promyshlennost' (3): 40-43

Planning state purchase of farm products. Planirovanie i Uchet v Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Predpriyatiyakh (1): 8-14

Planning technologies appropriate to farmers - concepts and procedures. Planning technologies appropriate to farmers concepts and procedures: 71

Planning the SCS national resource inventory. U S Forest Service, Washington Office, General Technical Report (WO-28): 148-153

Planning the branch structure of the agro-industrial sector. Voprosy Ekonomiki 55(5): 82-92

Planning the dairy farm for an energy shortage. Virginia Agricultural Economics (291): 1-3

Planning the development of a fertilizer industry. Planning the development of a fertilizer industry: 4

Planning the development of the Greek agricultural sector. Agrotike (14): 10-20

Planning the efficient use of material resources. Planirovanie i Uchet v Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Predpriyatiyakh (2): 6-8

Planning the production cost of standard planting stock by factors. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo (3): 12-15

Planning the production programme in enterprises with multiple manufacturing plants with integrated planning of raw material organization. Milchwissenschaft 35(7): 403-406

Planning the rural sub-regions: a personal view. Countryside Planning Yearbook (1): 67-85

Planning the seasonal water requirement for paddy fields under a regime of repeated water application. Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, Mie University (61): 97-228

Planning the social development of those working on farms. Planirovanie sotsial' nogo razvitiya kollektivov sel' skokhozyaistvennykh predpriyatii: 187

Planning the systematic monitoring of the handling of foods and essential commodities. Zeitschrift fur die Gesamte Hygiene und ihre Grenzgebiete 26(11): 804-806

Planning the training of specialists in a rural district. Planovoe Khozyaistvo (7): 96-101

Planning the uses and management of agricultural land. Planning the uses and management of agricultural land: xxvii + 1028

Planning tourism to take account of the claims of environmental conservation. Tourist Review 35(3): 13-21

Planning with people: an integrated extension service in Papua New Guinea. Extension, education and rural development Volume 2 International experience in strategies for planned change: 255-266

Planning with rural values. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 35(2): 67-71

Planning work on the liberation of Trichogramma. Zashchita Rastenii (10): 53-54

Planning, implementation and evaluating the New South Wales mass media campaign -- 'safe responsible pesticide use'. Melbourne Notes on Agricultural Extension (17): 7-22

Planning, management and control in the timber industry I. Proposal for an information system: system for collection, storage and processing of data. Utredning, Norsk Treteknisk Institutt (44): 34

Planning, management and control in the timber industry II. Equipment and methods for recording and processing data in sawmills. Utredning, Norsk Treteknisk Institutt (45): 45

Planning, organization, control; the tasks of the executive management of a wine making co-operative. Deutsche Weinbau 35(17): 1012-1017

Planning, using norms and modelling. Internationale Zeitschrift der Landwirtschaft (4): 319-321

Plano Perspectivo Indicativo -- changing the face of the country: I -- socialization of the rural areas. Tempo (575): 22-27

Plans and bottlenecks in the Polish food industry. Osteuropa 30(12): 1285-1302

Plans for land amelioration are being realized. Ekonomika Sovetskoi Ukrainy (5): 12-19

Plant Breeding Station, Njoro. Kenya, Ministry of Agriculture: Annual report of the Scientific Research Division 1973: 66-73

Plant Cell Reports. Plant Cell Reports 1(1): 42

Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 1(1): 64

Plant Disease Survey, 1979-80, Biology Branch, Biological and Chemical Research Institute, New South Wales Department of Agriculture. Plant Disease Survey, 1979-80, Biology Branch, Biological and Chemical Research Institute, New South Wales Department of Agriculture: 49

Plant Growth Regulation. Plant Growth Regulation 1(1): 70

Plant Health. The import and export of trees, wood and bark (health) (Great Britain) Order 1980. Statutory Instrument, UK (449): 23

Plant Molecular Biology. Plant Molecular Biology 1(1): 85

Plant Pathology Notes. Seed dressing and damping-off diseases. Zimbabwe Agricultural Journal 78(4): 139-140

Plant Pathology in North Carolina 1776-1976. Plant Pathology in North Carolina 1776-1976: 184

Plant Pathology in Thailand. Annotated Bibliography, Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux, Plant Series (M6): 15

Plant Protection Bulletin, Taiwan. Plant Protection Bulletin, Taiwan 21(1): 173

Plant Protection Conference 1980. Special Part. Vaxtskyddsrapporter Jordbruk 12: 115 pp

Plant Protection Conference 1981. Vaxtskyddsrapporter, Jorduk 14;16: 1-142; 1-124

Plant Protection News. South Pacific Commission Information Circular (86): 7

Plant Virology. Plant Virology (Ed.2): 897

Plant adaptation to drought. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Moldavskoi SSR, Biologicheskikh i Khimicheskikh Nauk (3): 40-48

Plant adaptive responses: physico-chemical aspect. Adaptivnye reaktsii rastenii: fiziko khimicheskii aspekt: 182

Plant age and levels of resistance to green leafhopper, Nephotettix virescens (Distant), and tungro virus in rice varieties. Crop Protection 1(1): 91-98

Plant amines. Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology New Series Volume 8 Secondary plant products [Bell, AE; Charlwood, BV Editors]: 432-460

Plant analysis for nitrogen in maximising maize (Zea mays L.) and pearl millet (Pennisetum typhoides) yields. Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science 28(3): 412-414

Plant and atmospheric parameters in water stress studies. International Crops Research Institute for the Semi Arid Tropics: Proceedings of the international workshop on the agroclimatological research needs of the semi arid tropics, Hyderabad, India, 22-24 November 1978: 181-194

Plant and climatic characteristics that influence maturity and drying rates of maize. Technical Communication, Department of Agricultural Technical Service, Re ic of South Africa: 98-99

Plant and equipment. Feed Compounder 1(8): 36-40

Plant and fruit measurements of 'Meeker' red raspberry related to pruning height and nitrogen application. Acta Horticulturae: 157-161

Plant and insect mycoplasma techniques. Plant and insect mycoplasma techniques: 369

Plant and soil activity of metriflufen (Hoe-29152). Dissertation Abstracts International, B 41(5): 1602

Plant and soil chemical analyses from a range of Zimbabwean serpentine sites. Kirkia 12(1): 127-139

Plant and soil nematodes (Aphelenchoididae and Seinuridae). Nematody rastenii i pochv afelenkhoididy i seinuridy: 234

Plant and soil reactions to nickel and cobalt refining residue. Agronomy Abstracts 73rd annual meeting, American Society of Agronomy: 33

Plant and swath limits to drying. Forage conservation in the 80' s Occasional Symposium No11 [Thomas, C Editor]: 53-60

Plant anticancer agents XX. Constituents of Nicandra physalodes. Planta Medica 43(4): 389-391

Plant anticancer agents. VIII. Constituents of Inga punctata. Lloydia 41(5): 499-500

Plant anticancer agents. X. Lignans from Juniperus phoenicea. Journal of Natural Products 43(4): 495-497

Plant anticancer agents. XI. 2,6-Dimethoxybenzoquinone as a cytotoxic constituent of Tibouchina pulchra. Journal of Natural Products 44(4): 493-494

Plant anticancer agents. XIX. Constituents of Aquilaria malaccensis. Journal of Natural Products 44(5): 569-572

Plant arrangement for increased watermelon yield. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1980; 92: 80-82

Plant associations and forage management planning as a basis for a comprehensive arrangement of forest and pasture, illustrated by an example from the Schwande Alps, Sarnen. Schweizerische Landwirtschaftliche Forschung 19(1/2): 49-62

Plant attributes involved in the nitrate absorbing power of roots. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 31(8): 851-852

Plant availability, plant activity and selective behaviour of herbicides in the soil. Mitteilungen fur die Schweizerische Landwirtschaft 28(1/2): 1-7

Plant barriers to water loss during haymaking. Occasional Symposium, British Grassland Society (13): 221-223

Plant biochemistry. UK, Welsh Plant Breeding Station: Report for 1980: 138-147

Plant bloom attracting honey bees. Newsletter from the UC Apiaries (February): 3-15

Plant breeding. Agricultural research 1931 1981: 115-137

Plant breeding and genetics. Division of Tropical Crops and Pastures, CSIRO, Australia, : Tropical Crops and Pastures Division of CSIRO Divisional Report 1978-1979: 46-53

Plant breeding and improvement of the cotton plant. Outlook on Agriculture 10(4): 152-158

Plant breeding for resistance to root-knot nematode. Proceedings of the 3rd Research Planning Conference on root knot nematodes, Meloidogyne spp, Regions IV and V, 16-20 November 1981, Ibadan, Nigeria International Meloidogyne Project: 224-230

Plant breeding in the Scandinavian countries. Plant breeding in the Scandinavian countries: 216

Plant breeding provides the best type of energy saving. Tuinderij 20(8): 24-27

Plant breeding research and seed industry. Zaadbelangen 35(5): 7-14

Plant breeding section. Sudan, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources: Annual report of the Hudeiba Research Station 1976-1977: 30-49

Plant breeding to improve the aminoacid composition in barley and oats at the Jockis station. Nordisk Jordbrugsforskning 62(2): 289-291

Plant breeding, summer 1977. Sudan, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources: Annual report of the Hudeiba Research Station 1976-1977: 65-72

Plant breeding: the solution to problems of beet loss and weight of extra soil?. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 12(12): 1095-1096

Plant bug hosts (Heteroptera: Miridae) of some euphorine parasites (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) near Belleville, Ontario, Canada. Naturaliste Canadien 107(2): 87-93

Plant canker, bacterial plasmids and genetic manipulations with plants. Erbforschung heute, Monographie: 61-72

Plant carbohydrates. Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology New Series Volume 8 Secondary plant products [Bell, AE; Charlwood, BV Editors]: 555-584

Plant cell biotechnology to produce desirable substances. Chemistry and Industry (7): 229-233

Plant cell culture techniques as a breeding step as illustrated by rape. Naturwissenschaften 67(6): 301-306

Plant cell cultures and their possible impact in improving crop production in the developing world. Plant cell cultures: results and perspectives: 3-9

Plant cell cultures as a source of single cell protein. Plant cell cultures: results and perspectives: 411-417

Plant cell cultures: results and perspectives. Plant cell cultures: results and perspectives: 433

Plant cell genetics in Nicotiana and its implications to crop plants. Monografie di Genetica Agraria (4): 153-175

Plant characteristics as determinants of yield in soybean, Glycine max. (L.) Merr. Agronomy Abstracts 73rd annual meeting, American Society of Agronomy: 83

Plant characteristics for distinction of diploid, triploid and tetraploid lettuce. Scientia Horticulturae 12(2): 109-115

Plant chimaeras. Plant chimaeras: 212

Plant chromosomes and their identification. Doklady TSKhA (256): 174-179

Plant communities and snow cover in the subalpine grassland, Steens Mountain, Oregon. Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers 41: 65-79

Plant communities and their classification. Botanicheskii Zhurnal (St Petersburg) 67(5): 572-580

Plant communities and their environments in the caatinga of northeast Brazil. Latin American Studies (2): 65-79

Plant communities and vegetation mapping of the delta of the river Evros. Feddes Repertorium 91(9/10): 615-627

Plant communities of Scotland. Revised and additional tables. Bulletin, Soil Survey of Scotland (4): 235

Plant communities of Scotland: revised and additional tables. A preliminary phytocoenonia. Plant communities of Scotland: revised and additional tables A preliminary phytocoenonia: [v] + 235

Plant communities of rich-fen systems in England and Wales. 2. Communites of calcareous mires. Journal of Ecology 68(2): 405-420

Plant communities of the juniper forests in Khalifat, Ziarat (Baluchistan). Pakistan Journal of Forestry 30(4): 167-175

Plant communities of the lower Pearl River basin, Louisiana. Dissertation Abstracts International, B 40(8): 2989-2990

Plant community structure in northeastern White Sands National Monument, New Mexico. Plant community structure in northeastern White Sands National Monument, New Mexico: 91

Plant conservation in North America: developing structure. Systematic Botany, Plant Utilization and Biosphere Conservation: Proceedings of a Symposium held in Uppsala in Commemoration of the 500th Anniversary of the University: 105-109

Plant cover helps control rangeland soil erosion. California Agriculture 34(10): 8-10

Plant cover in the experimental area of the Kamenicky project. Function of grasslands in spring region Kamenicky project Progress Report on MAB Project No91 [Rychnovska, M Editor]: 61-67

Plant cropping technologies with maximum energy conversion efficiency. Buletinul Informativ al Academiei de Stiinte Agricole si Silvice 9: 121-135

Plant cultivation prerequisites for the mechanical harvesting of sour cherries. Gartenbau 27(4): 111-112

Plant damage and survival of European corn borer cultures reared for 16 generations on maize plants and 120 generations on a meridic diet (one generation a year on resistant or susceptible maize plants, eight generations per year on the diet). Journal of Economic Entomology 75(1): 134-136

Plant damage and yield response to Diatraea saccharalis and Spodoptera frugiperda in selection cycles of two tropical maize populations in Mexico. Turrialba 31(1): 55-62

Plant damage caused by SO2. Economic Commission for Europe, Timber Committee: Symposium on the effects of air borne pollution on vegetation, Warsaw Poland, 20-24 August 1979 [ECE Report] (TIM/SEM.9/R.18): 26

Plant demography in agricultural systems. Demography and evolution in plant populations: 131-160

Plant density and crop establishment studies with tomatoes. Acta Horticulturae (100): 129-135

Plant density and fertiliser studies on the Chinese radish Raphanus sativus L. (Longipinnatus group). Singapore Journal of Primary Industries 9(2): 63-73

Plant density and pest damage in chickpea. International Chickpea Newsletter (1): 9-10

Plant density effects on growth, yield, leaf area index and light transmission on intercropped maize and Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp. in Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Science, UK 99(1): 19-23

Plant density nitrogen response and correlation studies in Gossypium barbadense Linn, var. Suvin. Madras Agricultural Journal 64(10): 634-640

Plant density, fertilizer rates and yield of irrigated maize. Kukuruza (4): 20-21

Plant derived lectins. The phytochemistry of cell recognition and cell surface interactions: 25-35

Plant development in soursob populations and some implications for control. Proceedings of the Sixth Australian Weeds Conference, 1981 (Volume 1): 55

Plant disease control: resistance and susceptibility. Plant disease control: resistance and susceptibility: 339

Plant disease problems under diversification of crop production in India. Indian Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology 10(2): IV-X

Plant disease survey 1978-79. Plant disease survey 1978-79: 48

Plant disease survey 1978-79. Articles and notes on the occurrence of plant diseases in New South Wales for the twelve months ending 30th June 1979. Plant disease survey 1978-79 Articles and notes on the occurrence of plant diseases in New South Wales for the twelve months ending 30th June 1979: 47

Plant disease-product quality I. Influence of clubroot (Plasmodiophora brassicae Woronin) on the quality of three cabbage varieties. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen Rijksuniversiteit Gent 45: 141-145

Plant disease-product quality II. Influence of stem canker (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (Lib) de Bary) on the quality of rape seed. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen Rijksuniversiteit Gent 45: 147-152

Plant diseases. Plant diseases (Ed. 2): 256

Plant diseases and pests in Denmark 1978, 95th annual survey. Plantesygdomme i Denmark 1978, 95 Arsoversigt: 71

Plant diseases and pests in Denmark 1979, 96th annual survey. Plantesygdomme i Danmark 1979, 96 Arsoversigt: 51

Plant diseases and pests in Denmark 1980. 97th Annual report, Research Centre for Plant Protection. Report, Research Centre for Plant Protection, Denmark: 62

Plant diseases and plant protection. Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz (Ed. 4): 406

Plant diseases and vectors: ecology and epidemiology. Plant diseases and vectors: ecology and epidemiology: xii + 368

Plant diseases attributed to Botryodiplodia theobromae Pat. Plant diseases attributed to Botryodiplodia theobromae Pat: 123

Plant diseases of dry beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) in Latin America and strategies for their control. Plant diseases of dry beans Phaseolus vulgaris L in Latin America and strategies for their control: 25

Plant diseases. An advanced treatise. Vol. V. How plants defend themselves. Plant diseases An advanced treatise Vol V How plants defend themselves: xxii + 534

Plant diseases: their identification and control. Seeds and Farms 7(12): 9-46

Plant drugs stimulating phagocytic activity in the reticulo-endothelial system. Planta Medica 40(1): 49-54

Plant effects on soil manganese availability. Soil Science Society of America Journal 44(5): 993-995

Plant enzymes for the metabolism of foreign chemicals. Mitteilungen aus der Biologischen Bundesanstalt fur Land und Forstwirtschaft, Berlin Dahlem (203): 156

Plant establishment. UK, Rothamsted Experimental Station: Report for 1979, Part 1: 57-58

Plant establishment in 1980. British Sugar Beet Review 48(4): 7-10

Plant factors controlling the efficiency of nutrient uptake from soil and genetics. Mineral nutrition of plants Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Plant Nutrition, volume I: 203-220

Plant fiber intake in the pediatric diet. Pediatrics 67(4): 572-575

Plant for Mozzarella manufacture. Schweizerische Milchzeitung 108(10): 59-60

Plant for drying and cooling lactose. Molochnaya Promyshlennost' (1): 6-7

Plant for producing liquid milk feeds for children. Molochnaya Promyshlennost' (3): 35-39

Plant for production of fresh cream butter. Milchforschung Milchpraxis 23(1): 20-22

Plant for transforming into a fertilizer, or compost, organic materials which are contained in town solid waste. Canadian Patent (1,116,426): 10

Plant for ultra-high temperature processing of foodstuffs - state of the art and optimization. Chemie Ingenieur Technik 53(6): 409-418

Plant formation from barley anther cultures with Ficoll media. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenphysiologie 103(5): 437-443

Plant forms and chemical composition of the fruit of bog cranberry, from southern Karelia, suitable for cultivation. Nauchnye Tr Ukr S Kh Akad (229): 43-45

Plant genetic resources and the future of crop plant breeding. Probleme de Genetica Teoretica si Aplicata 12(4): 403-412

Plant genetic resources in Poland. Broadening the genetic base of crops Proceedings of the conference, Wageningen, Netherlands, 3-7 July 1978: 163-164

Plant genetic resources of arid and semi-arid lands of India. Annals of Arid Zone 20(2): 145-154

Plant genetic resources: conservation and use. Plant genetic resources: conservation and use: xii + 20

Plant germination with various kinds and amounts of refuse compost in greenhouse investigations. Zeitschrift fur Kulturtechnik und Flurbereinigung 22(5): 262-268

Plant growing in soilless media with slow release fertilizers. Proceedings, Fifth International Congress on Soilless Culture: 127-134

Plant growth activity of guaianolides with C-4 oxygen-containing groups. Phytochemistry 20(7): 1539-1542

Plant growth and development under conditions of changed gravity. Regulation of growth and plant nutrition: Regulyatsiya rosta in pitanie rastenii: 54-72

Plant growth and mineral uptake as affected by Mount St. Helens' ash. Agronomy Abstracts 72nd annual meeting, American Society of Agronomy: 25

Plant growth and water use efficiency as affected by soil moisture stress and Na:Ca:Mg ratio. Egyptian Journal of Soil Science 20(2): 169-178

Plant growth and ways of its regulation. Mezhvuzovyi Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov: 117

Plant growth in greenhouse media containing Colorado peat. Research Bulletin, Colorado Greenhouse Growers' Association (378): 4

Plant growth in relation to nitrogen supply. Terrestrial nitrogen cycles Processes, ecosystem strategies and management impacts: 249-267

Plant growth regulating effects of a diazole compound applied to soybeans (Glycine max). Dissertation Abstracts International, B 40(10): 4594-4595

Plant growth regulator effects on rice. USA, Agricultural Experiment Station, Louisiana State University: 71st Annual Progress Report, Rice Experiment Station, Crowley, Louisiana, 1979: 52-63

Plant growth regulators. Agricultural Progress 55: 5-16

Plant growth regulators. Reference Book, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, UK (341): 70-79

Plant growth regulators and water stress in plants. UK, Long Ashton Research Station: Report 1979: 51

Plant growth regulators in tomato crop production. Acta Horticulturae (100): 99-104

Plant growth regulators. Agricultural uses. Plant growth regulators Agricultural uses: 173

Plant growth regulators. XLI. Monosubstituted benzoic acids. Swedish Journal of Agricultural Research 11(3): 93-105

Plant growth regulators. XLII. Some di-, tri- and tetra-substituted benzoic acids. Swedish Journal of Agricultural Research 11(3): 107-118

Plant growth regulators. XLIII. 2,4-D metabolites and related substances. Swedish Journal of Agricultural Research 12(2): 41-50

Plant growth regulators. XLIV. Some aliphatic acids. Swedish Journal of Agricultural Research 12(2): 51-61

Plant growth responses to vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza. XII. Field inoculation responses of barley at two soil P levels. New Phytologist 87(4): 695-703

Plant growth substances. Plant growth substances: 310

Plant growth substances 1979. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Plant Growth Substances, Madison, Wisconsin, July 22-26, 1979. Plant growth substances 1979 Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Plant Growth Substances, Madison, Wisconsin, July 22-26, 1979: 527

Plant growth substances and tillering in rice. Hsieh, S C; Liu, D J : The causes of low yield of second crop rice in Taiwan and measures for improvement: 123-130

Plant handling in New Zealand. Ekonomi, Forskningsstiftelsen Skogsarbeten (9): 4

Plant health and potash. Potash Review (Subject 23, 60th Suite, 8/9): 4

Plant health aspects of rice seed production. Informatore Fitopatologico 32(1): 47-50

Plant health handbook. A guide to better gardening indoors and outdoors. Plant health handbook A guide to better gardening indoors and outdoors: xi + 241

Plant health state of apple plantations in Latvia. Latvijas Lauksaimniecibas Akademijas Raksti (176): 124-127

Plant health survey of areas affected by Phytophthora canker of cacao in the States of Bahia and Espirito Santo. Boletim Tecnico Centro de Pesquisas do Cacau (72): 46

Plant height as a varietal characteristic in reducing weed competition in rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 6(3): 20

Plant height in varieties of sainfoin as a character in breeding. Kazakstan Auyl Saruasylyk Gylymynyn Habarsysy (11): 27-29

Plant hormone immunoassay. Physiologia Plantarum 54(2): 230-234

Plant hormone receptors. Science Progress 66(264): 513-535

Plant hormones and other growth substances - their background, structures and occurrence. Hormonal regulation of development I Molecular aspects of plant hormones: 9-112

Plant hosts of longidorid nematodes in the non-chernozem zone of the RSFSR (USSR). Sbornik Nauchnykh Rabot Nauchno Issledovatel' skogo Zonal' nogo Instituta Sadovodstva Nechernozemnoi Polosy Plodovodstvo i yagodovodstvo nechernozemnoi polosy 13: 128-130

Plant hybrids by fusion of protoplasts. Proceedings of symposium on plant tissue culture: 279-283

Plant hygiene problems in citrus crops of north-west Argentina. Publicacion Especial, Facultad de Agronomia y Zootecnia, Universidad Nacional de Tucuman (11): 24

Plant improvement - what's it all about?. Quarterly Newsletter, Tea Research Foundation of Central Africa (67): 13-15

Plant improvement for semi-arid rangelands: possibilities for drought resistance and nitrogen fixation. Plant and Soil 58(1/3): 279-303

Plant indicator species for montane forests in Peninsular Malaysia. Malaysian Forester 44(4): 530-535

Plant indicators of wheat and soybean crop water stress. Irrigation Science 2(3): 167-176

Plant induction from wheat callus tissues and a cytogenetic analysis of the callus and regenerated material. 4 i S"ezd genetikov i selektsionerov Ukrainy, Odessa, 1981 Tez dokl, 1: 223-225

Plant injury from large applications of effluent or sewage sludge. Landwirtschaftliche Forschung (Sonderheft 37): 564-569

Plant inspection and certification. Plant Disease 66(4): 345-351

Plant introduction. Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical: 1979 Tropical Pastures Program Annual Report: 8-10

Plant introduction. Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical: Annual report 1978: B11-B17

Plant introduction trials. Comparative performance of annual legume species at three sites in the southern North Island. New Zealand Journal of Experimental Agriculture 8(2): 185-190

Plant introduction trials. Evaluation of white clover (Trifolium repens L.) introductions at Palmerston North. New Zealand Journal of Experimental Agriculture 8(3/4): 259-265

Plant introductions and quarantine: the need for both. Plant Disease 66(1): 87-90

Plant juice - yeast concentrate in feeds for broiler chickens. Biuletyn Informacyjny Przemyslu Paszowego 19(4): 1-15

Plant juice protein separation and recovery. ASAE Paper (79-6531): 13 pp

Plant life in anaerobic environments. Plant life in anaerobic environments: 564

Plant lipids of taxonomic significance. Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology New Series Volume 8 Secondary plant products [Bell, AE; Charlwood, BV Editors]: 535-553