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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 1732

Chapter 1732 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Weed control in shrubs and annuals. Proceedings, 39th annual California weed conference: 7-9

Weed control in soft fruits in Ireland - introduction and overview. Proceedings of a meeting of the EC Experts' Group, Dublin, 12-14 June 1985: 5-10

Weed control in sorghum. Informe Agropecuario 12(144): 43-45

Weed control in southeastern peanuts before, during and after dinoseb. Proceedings, American Peanut Research and Education Society 19: 57

Weed control in soyabeans. Informatore Agrario 43(6): 79-86

Weed control in soyabeans becomes even more compelling. Informatore Agrario 44(12): 141-154

Weed control in soybeans. Arkansas Farm Research 36(4): 6

Weed control in soybeans with FMC 57020 used alone and in combination. Proceedings, North Central Weed Control Conference (Vol.40): 88-89

Weed control in spring. Phytoma (395): 15-17

Weed control in spring barley in Scotland with thiameturon-methyl plus metsulfuron-methyl. Proceedings, Crop Protection in Northern Britain 1987, Dundee University, 15-17 March 1987: 31-36

Weed control in spring-sown fodder lupins in the Limousin. Comptes Rendus de la 13e Conference du COLUMA (Tome 1): 279-288

Weed control in squash and water-melons in Hawke's Bay. Proceedings of the thirty ninth New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference: 215-218

Weed control in statice. Weed Science 35(3): 373-376

Weed control in strawberries with winter applications of napropamide. Aspects of Applied Biology (8): 123-131

Weed control in strawberries: evaluation of new herbicides. Proceedings of a meeting of the EC Experts' Group, Dublin, 12-14 June 1985: 99-106

Weed control in strawberries: the use of soil acting residual herbicides. Proceedings of a meeting of the EC Experts' Group, Dublin, 12-14 June 1985: 107-113

Weed control in sugar beet. Research Report, Plant Sciences and Crop Husbandry Division, An Foras Taluntais, 1986: 10-14

Weed control in sugar cane with hexazinone alone and in combination with diuron. Journal of Agricultural Science 111(2): 333-338

Weed control in sugarbeet during later stages of growing period. Sakharnaya Svekla (8): 29-30

Weed control in sugarbeet with chloridazon in the form of granules to be applied in water. Comptes Rendus de la 13e Conference du COLUMA (Tome 2): 291-300

Weed control in sugarbeet with reduced herbicide rates. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz (Sonderheft 11): 431-437

Weed control in sugarbeets (Beta vulgaris) in North America. Reviews of Weed Science 3: 113-133

Weed control in sugarcane with Asulox + dalapon mixtures compared with Target and Gesapax. Boletin INICA Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones de la Cana de Azucar (1): 32-40

Weed control in sunflower through mechanical, chemical and cultural methods. Indian Journal of Weed Science 1987; 17(4): 49-51

Weed control in sunflowers. Revista de los CREA 16(115): 28-30, 32-34, 36

Weed control in sunflowers. Novenyvedelem 22(3): 126-129

Weed control in sunflowers on sandy soil low in organic matter. Novenyvedelem 22(4): 182-186

Weed control in sunflowers: a treatment essential to obtain high yields. Informatore Agrario 42(13): 79-82, 85-87

Weed control in sunflowers: how, when, why?. Informatore Agrario 44(15): 97-103

Weed control in sunflowers: integrated weed control in sunflowers. Informatore Agrario 42(13): 91-92

Weed control in sunflowers: results from three years of trials. Informatore Agrario 42(13): 95-102

Weed control in sunflowers: results from weed control trials for the control of summer weeds in sunflowers. Informatore Agrario 42(13): 107-110

Weed control in sweet corn and field corn with SC-0051. Proceedings, Southern Weed Science Society, 39th annual meeting: 177

Weed control in the autumn. Zashchita Rastenii, Moscow (9): 30

Weed control in the establishment of tropical kudzu. Pasturas Tropicales Boletin 7(2): 6-8

Weed control in the home fruit tree planting. Proceedings, 39th annual California weed conference: 10-12

Weed control in tobacco in the tropics. Weed control in tropical crops Volume II: 179-200

Weed control in tomatoes, peppers and aubergines. Comptes Rendus de la 13e Conference du COLUMA (Tome 4): 171-179

Weed control in transplanted rice field. Research and Development Reporter 3(1): 92

Weed control in tropical crops. Volume II. Weed control in tropical crops Volume II: 293

Weed control in vegetable crops for diversification. Comptes Rendus de la 13e Conference du COLUMA (Tome 3): 97-106

Weed control in vegetable fields in Japan. Extension Bulletin, ASPAC Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region, Taiwan (262): 1-9

Weed control in vegetable peas. Zashchita Rastenii (12): 31

Weed control in warm season turfgrasses with imidazolinone herbicides. Proceedings, Southern Weed Science Society, 38th annual meeting: 97

Weed control in wheat. Annual Report of the Gezira Research Station and Substations, 1978-1979: 57-60

Weed control in wheat. Indian Journal of Weed Science 1987; 17(3): 56-58

Weed control in wheat and minor cereals with pre-emergence and winter post-emergence treatments. Informatore Agrario 43(36): 63-72

Weed control in wheat: results of different alternatives. Gacetilla Informativa CREA (178): 1, 6

Weed control in white and scotch pine plantation with selected postemergence herbicides. Proceedings, North Central Weed Control Conference (Vol.40): 33

Weed control in winter cereals. Internationale Zeitschrift der Landwirtschaft (4): 329-330

Weed control in winter cereals with DPX-L5300 in Mediterranean countries. Proceedings 1987 British Crop Protection Conference, Weeds (Vol. 2): 445-451

Weed control in young pear (Pyrus communis L.) trees less than three years old. Agricultura Tecnica 47(1): 35-40

Weed control methods practised in amenity areas in France. Comptes Rendus de la 13e Conference du COLUMA (Tome 3): 279-291

Weed control on noncroplands and ditchbanks with sulfometuron and glyphosate. Louisiana Agriculture 30(4): 19-20

Weed control on rights-of-way.

Weed control on the basis of mapping of populations of weed seeds. Zashchita Rastenii (11): 10

Weed control on vine and soft fruits. Weed control on vine and soft fruits: 163

Weed control practices for tomatoes and peppers. Proceedings, 38th annual California weed conference: 86-97

Weed control problems in Moldavia. Zashchita Rastenii, Moscow (4): 36-38

Weed control problems, approaches, and opportunities in rangeland. Reviews of Weed Science 3: 57-91

Weed control programs with cinmethylin. Proceedings, Southern Weed Science Society, 39th annual meeting: 72

Weed control pursuits in Australia. Chemistry and Industry (8): 273-280

Weed control strategies for ridge till-planted field crops. Proceedings, North Central Weed Control Conference (Vol. 40): 95

Weed control strategies in Eure-et-Loire. Cultivar 2000 (209): C17

Weed control strategies on commercialized public land - are they worthwhile?. Weeds on ic land an action plan for today Proceedings of a Symposium presented by the Weed Science Society of Victoria Inc and the School of Environmental Science, Monash, held at Monash University, Clayton Victoria, Australia, 19-20 May, 1988: 28-35

Weed control strategy for soft winter wheat: defining the best time for a first herbicide application. Comptes Rendus de la 13e Conference du COLUMA (Tome 2): 79-89

Weed control studies in cauliflower variety Hisar-1. Haryana Journal of Horticultural Sciences 14(1/2): 83-89

Weed control studies in spring mungbean. Legume Research 10(1): 29-30

Weed control studies on direct seeded puddled rice. Current Research, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore 16(11): 150-152

Weed control systems for crucifer crops. Proceedings, 38th annual California weed conference: 105-106

Weed control systems in high-density snap beans. Proceedings, Southern Weed Science Society, 38th annual meeting: 133

Weed control systems in peanuts with FUSILADE 2000 as the primary grass herbicide. Proceedings, American Peanut Research and Education Society, Inc 17: 95

Weed control systems in potatoes. Proceedings, 38th annual California weed conference: 98-101

Weed control trial in apricot trees 1984-1985. Comptes Rendus de la 13e Conference du COLUMA (Tome 3): 189-196

Weed control trials in flax and linseed in 1986. Proceedings, Crop Protection in Northern Britain 1987, Dundee University, 15-17 March 1987: 261-266

Weed control under cropping systems in drill sown rainfed fingermillet. Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences 20(1): 9-18

Weed control using herbicides in short-rotation intensively cultured poplar plantations. Research Paper, North Central Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service (NC-260): 6

Weed control with Reflex and Fusilade 2000 in conventional and double-crop no-till soybeans in the southeast. Proceedings, Southern Weed Science Society, 39th annual meeting: 90

Weed control with norflurazon in established alfalfa. Proceedings, North Central Weed Control Conference (Vol.40): 64

Weed cover and development, comparison of results from ecological and conventional control measures in winter wheat, fodder beet, potatoes and maize. Bayerisches Landwirtschaftliches Jahrbuch 63(7): 795-805

Weed damage in lucerne crops. Khlopok (2): 37

Weed damage to lupins. Trudy Latviiskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii (237): 37-39

Weed development and temperature measurements under selective or non-selective plastic mulches plastic in winter. Hassadeh 67(2): 353-357

Weed development in winter rape depending on crop and weed density and weed species. Mitteilungen aus der Biologischen Bundesanstalt fur Land und Forstwirtschaft, Berlin Dahlem (232): 314

Weed emergence patterns in a tropical soil. Journal of Plant Protection in the Tropics 4(2): 107-114

Weed flora in Hidaka district, Hokkaido. Weed Research, Japan 31(3): 212-220

Weed flora of sugar beet fields. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Research 7(1): 64-67

Weed flora of vineyards. Novenyvedelem 21(6): 252-257

Weed flora of wet land rice in west Godavari. Journal of Research APAU 15(1): 62-63

Weed flora of winter crops at Sehore (M.P.) India. Indian Journal of Weed Science 18(1): 39-42

Weed growth promoted by anthropogenic factors in the Pilis Biosphere Preserve. Novenyvedelem 22(7): 301-304

Weed growth stages. Plant Research and Development 24: 57-69

Weed hosts of Heterodera, the cyst, and Pratylenchus, the root-lesion, nematodes. Special Circular, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (117): 52

Weed hosts of ragged stunt virus. International Rice Research Newsletter 12(4): 30

Weed identification, management and control in the home lawn. Proceedings, 39th annual California weed conference: 2-6

Weed infestation depending on the type of rotation. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki, Moscow, USSR (5): 108-112

Weed infestation of field crops in Olsztyn District in relation to soil-agricultural complexes. Acta Academiae Agriculturae ac Technicae Olstenensis, Agricultura (43): 31-42

Weed infestation of spring barley in different agroecosystems. Pol' nohospodarstvo 33(1): 5-18

Weed interference by three grass species in container grown nursery crops. Proceedings, North Central Weed Control Conference (Vol. 40): 96

Weed interference in soybeans (Glycine max). Reviews of Weed Science 3: 155-181

Weed interference in upland rice. I. Effects of row spacing and nitrogen rate on the concentration of nutrients in rice and weed plants. Anais da Escola Superior de Agricultura ' Luiz de Queiroz' , Universidad de Sao Paulo 41(1): 257-276

Weed management for soybeans under limited tillage. Proceedings, North Central Weed Control Conference (Vol.41): 43-44

Weed management in a young rubber plantation in Indonesia. Weedwatcher 1(supplement): 4

Weed management in container nurseries. Proceedings, 39th annual California weed conference: 132-135

Weed management in dry season crops of Andamans. Seeds and Farms 12(5): 41-43

Weed management in dryland cereal production with special reference to the Near East. FAO Plant Protection Bulletin 34(3): 133-138

Weed management in dryland cereals production with special reference to the Near East. FAO Plant Production and Protection Paper (80): 16-26

Weed management in reduced tillage peanuts. Proceedings, Southern Weed Science Society, 39th annual meeting: 54

Weed management in soybean crop in Indonesia. Weedwatcher (2/3, Supplement): 12

Weed management in wheat crop and its economic implications. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Research 6(3): 157-161

Weed management on arable lands. Tillage: new directions in Australian agriculture: 222-259

Weed management strategies in corn based on bioeconomic modeling. Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science (Vol.39): 126

Weed management studies in a pigeon pea-mungbean intercropping system. Indian Journal of Weed Science 18(1): 12-17

Weed management studies in drilled paddy under Jabalpur conditions. Indian Journal of Weed Science 1987; 18(2): 111-114

Weed management studies in intercropping systems in Trinidad and Tobago. Farming Systems Research Paper Series, Kansas State University (13): 340-353

Weed management systems in Everglades rice culture. Belle Glade EREC Research Report (EV-1986-6): 13-23

Weed management versus weed control. Gesunde Pflanzen 40(4): 171-172, 174-175

Weed management: country status paper - Jordan. FAO Plant Production and Protection Paper (80): 119-127

Weed management: country status paper - Lebanon. Improved weed management in Lebanon. FAO Plant Production and Protection Paper (80): 128-135

Weed management: country status paper - Morocco. FAO Plant Production and Protection Paper (80): 136-161

Weed management: country status paper - Pakistan. FAO Plant Production and Protection Paper (80): 162-185

Weed management: country status paper - Sudan. FAO Plant Production and Protection Paper (80): 186-211

Weed management: country status paper - Syria. FAO Plant Production and Protection Paper (80): 212-216

Weed management: country status paper - Turkey. FAO Plant Production and Protection Paper (80): 217-220

Weed management: country status paper-Cyprus. FAO Plant Production and Protection Paper (80): 86-99

Weed management: country status paper-Egypt. FAO Plant Production and Protection Paper (80): 100-103

Weed management: country status paper-Iraq. FAO Plant Production and Protection Paper (80): 117-118

Weed moulds. Mushroom Journal (174): 198-200

Weed population changes in no-till soybeans. Technical Bulletin, Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station (954): 16

Weed potential of Mikania micrantha H.B.K., and its control in fallows after shifting agriculture (jhum) in north-east India. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 18(3): 195-204

Weed problems associated with the regeneration of oak stands in Pennsylvania. Proceedings, Northeastern Weed Science Society (Vol.41, Supplement): 34

Weed science and weed control in southeast Asia. FAO Plant Production and Protection Paper (81): 203

Weed science in the tropics. Principles and practices. Weed science in the tropics Principles and practices: 522

Weed science research in the Philippines. Biotrop Special Publication (24): 77-92

Weed seed banks of arable fields. Weed Research 27(6): 417-424

Weed seed content in the soils of some upland complexes of south-eastern Poland. Acta Agrobotanica 37(2): 185-193

Weed seed content of arable soils in the Cote d'Or. Comptes Rendus de la 13e Conference du COLUMA (Tome I): 3-12

Weed seed distribution in wheat -a case study. Haryana Journal of Agronomy 1(1): 17-20

Weed seed population dynamics during six years of weed management systems in crop rotations on irrigated soil. Weed Science 35(3): 328-332

Weed seed populations in ridge and conventional tillage. Weed science 36(4): 500-503

Weed seeds and other contaminants in cover crop seeds imported into peninsular Malaysia and their quarantine implications. Journal of Plant Protection in the Tropics 2(1): 53-59

Weed seeds in flower seeds. Zaadbelangen 40(5): 123

Weed seeds transported by irrigation water. I. Quantitative evaluation and factors involved. Agricultura Tecnica 46(2): 119-123

Weed seeds transported by irrigation water. II. Identification, germination and distribution of the species, through one irrigation season. Agricultura Tecnica 46(2): 125-129

Weed seeds transported by irrigation water. III. Design of structures to avoid infestation of fields. Agricultura Tecnica 46(2): 131-135

Weed seeds, seedlings and competition with corn and soybeans in three experimental tillage systems. Proceedings, North Central Weed Control Conference (Vol.40): 7

Weed smothering ability of legumes in maize (Zea mays L.) based intercropping system. Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences 21(2): 233

Weed species shifts related to weed control practices. Proceedings, 39th annual California weed conference: 203-206

Weed spectrum change and control in reduced-till wheat. North Dakota Farm Research 43(1): 11-14

Weed suppression by undersowing in winter wheat and its effect on yield and weed infestation in subsequent crops of winter barley and sugarbeet. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz (Sonderheft 11): 313-321

Weed suppression with rye in transplanted tomatoes. Proceedings, North Central Weed Control Conference (Vol.41): 27-28

Weed survey of Manitoba cereal and oilseed crops 1986. Publication, Weed Survey Series, Agriculture Canada (88-1): 201

Weed survey of Saskatchewan cereal and oilseed crops 1986. Publication, Weed Survey Series, Agriculture Canada (87-1): 251

Weed survey of Saskatchewan mustard, lentil and dry pea crops 1985. Publication, Weed Survey Series, Agriculture Canada (86-2): 157

Weed survey of Saskatchewan sunflower fields, 1985. Publication, Agriculture Canada, Weed Survey Series (86-1): 50

Weed survey of Saskatchewan winter wheat fields 1987. Publication, Weed Survey Series, Agriculture Canada (88-2): v+92

Weed survey of Saskatchewan winter wheat fields, 1985. Publication, Agriculture Canada, Weed Survey Series (86-3): 85

Weed survey of faba bean fields in Syria with special reference to Orobanche spp. and Cuscuta spp. FABIS Newsletter, Faba Bean Information Service, ICARDA (17): 38-40

Weed-crop competition in pigeon peas in Puerto Rico. Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 69(2): 201-213

Weeding effects of triclopyr on trees and shrubs. Aspects of Applied Biology (16): 193-200

Weeding regimens suitable for 'False Horn' plantain. International cooperation for effective plantain and banana research Proceedings of the third meeting Abidjan, Ivory Coast, 27-31 May, 1985: 118-122

Weeds and poisonous plants of Wyoming and Utah. Weeds and poisonous plants of Wyoming and Utah: vi + 282

Weeds and their control in chickpea. The chickpea: 319-328

Weeds and weed control. Alfalfa and alfalfa improvement: 705-735

Weeds and weed control in strawberries of Greece. Proceedings of a meeting of the EC Experts' Group, Dublin, 12-14 June 1985: 95-98

Weeds and weed control in sunflower crops. Informatore Agrario 44(13): 125-131

Weeds and weed control, 28th Swedish Weed Conference, Uppsala 28-29 January 1987. Vol.2. Tables. Weeds and weed control, 28th Swedish Weed Conference, Uppsala 28-29 January 1987 Vol2 Tables: 87

Weeds and weed control. 28th Swedish Weed Conference, Uppsala 28-29 January 1987. Vol. 1. Reports. Weeds and weed control 28th Swedish Weed Conference, Uppsala 28-29 January 1987 Vol 1 Reports: 230

Weeds and weed control. 29th Swedish Weed Conference, Uppsala 27-28 January 1988. Vol. 1. Reports. Weeds and weed control 29th Swedish Weed Conference, Uppsala 27-28 January 1988 Vol 1 Reports (Vol.1): x + 253

Weeds and weed control. 29th Swedish Weed Conference, Uppsala 27-28 January 1988. Vol. 2. Tables. Weeds and weed control 29th Swedish Weed Conference, Uppsala 27-28 January 1988 Vol 2 Tables (Vol.2): xvi + 108

Weeds as fallow crops. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz (Sonderheft 11): 197-202

Weeds as host plants to phytoparasitic nematodes. Drugi kongres u korovima Zbornik referata: 225-231

Weeds as organic fertilizer for sweet potato. Radix 8(2): 10-11

Weeds as textile plants. Informe Agropecuario 13(150): 43-48

Weeds control in potatoes - when, how, why. Terra e Sole 43(549): 362-367

Weeds in Cass County crops, 1978-1983. North Dakota Farm Research 43(1): 32-39

Weeds in Victoria: where are we?. Weeds on ic land an action plan for today Proceedings of a Symposium presented by the Weed Science Society of Victoria Inc and the School of Environmental Science, Monash, held at Monash University, Clayton Victoria, Australia, 19-20 May, 1988: 7-17

Weeds in agricultural crops (XIV). Couchgrass (Agropyron repens (L.) P.B.). Productia Vegetala, Cereale si Plante Tehnice 37(2): 41-44

Weeds in agricultural crops and their control (XXVI). Common purslane (Portulaca oleracea L.). Productia Vegetala, Cereale si Plante Tehnice 38(5): 45-47

Weeds in agricultural crops and their control. (XXIV). Hibiscus trionum L. Productia Vegetala, Cereale si Plante Tehnice 38(1): 25-27

Weeds in agricultural crops and their control. (XXIX). Ambrosia elatior L. Productia Vegetala, Cereale si Plante Tehnice 38(11): 32-35

Weeds in farm crops in the Kharkov region. Ukrains' kii Botanichnii Zhurnal 45(2): 40-43

Weeds in human nutrition. Informe Agropecuario 13(150): 14-17

Weeds in lucerne and mixed pastures: the real problems and systems for controlling them. Publicacion Tecnica, Instituto Nacional de Tecnologia Agropecuaria, Estacion Experimental Agropecuaria Anguil, Argentina (28): 21

Weeds in seed corps of serradella (Ornithopus sativus Brot.). Nachrichtenblatt fur den Pflanzenschutz in der DDR 42(7): 141-143

Weeds in seedbeds of Medicago sativa and Dactylis glomerata in an alternate cropping system and possibilities of their control. Nachrichtenblatt fur den Pflanzenschutz in der DDR 41(8): 153-155

Weeds in shifting cultivation in Quezon Province, Philippines. International Rice Research Newsletter 12(1): 24

Weeds infesting sugarbeet. Informatore Fitopatologico (12): 27-34

Weeds invade flower arranging. Informe Agropecuario 13(150): 58-62

Weeds occurring in maize and their control. Ochrona Roslin 31(5): 4-6

Weeds of Canada. Publication, Agriculture Canada (948): 217

Weeds of Madrid vineyards. Agricultura, Spain (648): 482-484

Weeds of kharif crops in Kashmir valley. Indian Journal of Weed Science 1987; 17(3): 22-34

Weeds of rice paddies in Corrientes Province, Argentina. Gaceta Agronomica 6(33): 470-74, 476-80, 482-87

Weeds of south-west Asia in north America with special reference to the Cruciferae. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, B Biological Sciences 89: 289-299

Weeds of the Jatitujuh Sugarcane Plantation with a special interest in the infestation of Rottboellia exaltata L.f. SEAMEO BIOTROP Newsletter, Southeast Asian Regional Center for Tropical Biology (46): 10

Weeds of the Jatitujuh sugarcane plantation with a special interest in the infestation of Rottboellia exaltata L.f. BIOTROP Technical Bulletin 1(2): 8-18

Weeds of the United States and their control. Weeds of the United States and their control: 355

Weeds of the hills and uplands. Monograph, BCPC (30): 113-122

Weeds of the orchards and vineyards of the Western Mediterranean basin. Mauvaises herbes des vergers et vignes de l' ouest du bassin mediterraneen: 185

Weeds of vegetable farms in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. Weed control in tropical crops Volume II: 1-8

Weeds of vegetable farms in the highlands of Luzon, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. Biotrop Special Publication (24): 117-121

Weeds resistant to herbicides in Australia and contributing factors leading to their appearance. Plant Protection Quarterly 2(2): 82-85

Weeds with possibilities as bee food. Informe Agropecuario 13(150): 3-13

Weeds with possibilities for use as forage. Informe Agropecuario 13(150): 17-21

Weevils - phytophages of Cirsium and Carduus. Zashchita Rastenii (11): 31

Weevils collected in and around paddy fields. Annual Report of the Society of Plant Protection of North Japan (37): 135-136

Weevils injurious to banana in Guizhou and their biological features. Insect Knowledge Kunchong Zhishi 22(6): 265-267

Weibull's Kosack winter wheat. Agri Hortique Genetica 1987; 43: 5-28

Weibull's Original Hulda - a new environmentally favourable spring barley. Weibulls Arsbok 1987: 6-8

Weighfilling solutions meet demand growth for F.I.B.C. packaged fertilizers. Fertilizer Focus 5(7): 10,12-13

Weighing and metering technology in the compound feed industry. Muhle + Mischfuttertechnik 125(3): 26-28

Weighing systems at the tractor 3 point linkage. Landtechnik 43(10): 414-418

Weight and germination of main and ratoon crop seeds. International Rice Research Newsletter 13(4): 4

Weight and overweight in a group of parliamentarians and senior public servants in New South Wales. Medical Journal of Australia 147(11-12): 534-536

Weight and shape of the canine uterus with pyometra produced experimentally by inoculating Escherichia coli into the uterus with the cervix ligated. Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association 40(6): 413-418

Weight and volume control of milk products. Meieriposten 75(25): 672-675

Weight and volume equations and tables for giant ipil-ipil in Sto. Domingo, Ilocos Sur. Philippine Lumberman 32(10): 19-27

Weight change following smoking cessation: the role of food intake and exercise. Addictive Behaviors 12(4): 303-317

Weight change over 61/2 years amongst 366 adult Nauruans: predictors of weight loss and associated changes. Recent Advances in Clinical Nutrition 2: 326-327

Weight control in university students. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 80(1): 6-8

Weight cycling in female rats increases dietary fat selection and adiposity. Physiology & Behavior 42(4): 389-396

Weight gain and associated factors in cattle of the north coast of Colombia: results of a survey. Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, 18-22 November 1985, Singapore: 156-158

Weight gain in postweaned rats as a function of predictable and unpredictable feeding schedules. Physiology & Behavior 40(3): 287-290

Weight gain in tadpoles of Rana catesbeiana Shaw, 1802, reared intensively with different amounts of feed. Boletim do Instituto de Pesca 12(2): 55-59

Weight gain of poultry during amprolium therapy. Indian Journal of Poultry Science 21(1): 21-23

Weight gain, feed conversion efficiency and carcass quality in buffalo, Nellore, Holstein-Friesian and Holstein-Friesian X zebu steers. Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Zootecnia 15(6): 486-497

Weight gains and nutrition of cattle grazing on grasslands of central interior British Columbia, Canada. Proceedings of the XV International Grassland Congress, August 24-31, 1985, Kyoto, Japan: 1180-1181

Weight gains of lambs treated with a soluble glass bullet containing cobalt, selenium and copper. Australian Veterinary Journal 64(3): 93-94

Weight increase of granulosis virus infected allatectomized larvae of the codling moth, Cydia pomonella (L.) (Lep., Tortricidae). Mitteilungen der Schweizerischen Entomologischen Gesellschaft, 583-4: 341-344

Weight indices in the first 18 months of life in infants of low birthweight. Archives Francaises de Pediatrie 43(8): 621-624

Weight loss and survival of Biomphalaria glabrata deprived of water. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 81(2): 221-224

Weight loss caused by development of Sitophilus oryzae (L.) and Sitotroga cerealella (Oliv.) in sorghum grains of two size classes. Journal of Stored Products Research, 234: 233-238

Weight loss in sweet potatoes during curing and storage: contribution of transpiration and respiration. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 111(6): 889-892

Weight loss of goose eggs during incubation. Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 24(7): 47-53

Weight of contemporary Nigerian growing children in clinical anthropology. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics 32(5): 218-224

Weight reduction increases adipose tissue lipoprotein lipase responsiveness in obese women. Journal of Clinical Investigation 80(4): 992-997

Weight reduction with dietary dietary fibre supplements. Results of two double-blind randomized studies. Acta Medica Scandinavica 222(1): 83-88

Weight scaling of sawmill chips. Folia Forestalia, Institutum Forestale Fenniae (668): 15

Weight, growth and maturing characteristics of Kenya Sahiwal cattle. Dissertation Abstracts International, B Sciences and Engineering 46(10): 3299

Weight, volume, and physical properties of major hardwood species in the Piedmont. Research Paper, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service (SE-255): iii + 78

Weight, volume, and physical properties of major hardwood species in the southern Appalachian Mountains. Research Paper, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service (SE-253): 63

Weight, volume, and physical properties of major hardwood species in the upland-south. Research Paper, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service (SE-257): iv + 55

Weight-control approaches: a review by the California Dietetic Association. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 88(1): 44-48

Weight-pressing device for cheesemaking. French Patent Application (FR 2 554 317 A1): 6

Weighted mean concentrations of minerals in New Zealand soils. 1. Ferrihydrite. NZ Soil Bureau Scientific Report (81): 28

Weighted mean concentrations of minerals in New Zealand soils. 2. Allophane/Imogolite. NZ Soil Bureau Scientific Report (82): 20

Weighted mean concentrations of minerals in New Zealand soils. 3. Crystalline iron oxides. NZ Soil Bureau Scientific Report (83): 18pp

Weighted nearest-neighbour analysis. Biometrics 41(4): 1088

Weighted regression analysis of genotype X environment interactions in Nicotiana rustica. Biometrics in plant breeding: 323-331

Weighting breeding objectives - an economic approach. Proceedings of the Sixth Conference, Australian Association of Animal Breeding and Genetics, University of Western Australia, Perth, WA, Australia, 9-11 February 1987: 179-187

Weights of salivary glands in some ruminant animals. Journal of Zoology (London) 211(3): 431-436

Weights of some muscles as predictors of the content of lean in beef carcasses. Roczniki Naukowe Zootechniki 12(1): 123-134

Welcome and reflections. Michigan tourism: how can research help? Proceedings, Michigan tourism symposium, September 9-11, 1981, Michigan State University: 3-13

Welcome to the land of Angkor; Epidemics, political unrest and tourism in China. Contours 3(6): 14-21

Welfare aspects of housing systems for veal calves and fattening bulls: E C Seminar held on 16 and 17 September 1986 in Mariensee. Welfare aspects of housing systems for veal calves and fattening bulls: E C Seminar held on 16 and 17 September 1986 in Mariensee: 168

Welfare aspects of pig rearing. Welfare aspects of pig rearing: vi+172

Welfare aspects of sow accommodation. Proceedings The JD Stewart Memorial Refresher Course for Veterinarians Pig Production (95): 817-833

Welfare effects of a processing cartel: flour milling in Portugal. Economic Development and Cultural Change 35(2): 393-407

Welfare effects of mechanization: monopoly and indivisibility. Pakistan Development Review 25(1): 85-90

Welfare implications of commodity price stabilization with partially flexible production, private storage and buffer-stock costs. Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv 121(2): 261-279

Welfare measurements using contingent valuation: a comparison of techniques. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 70(1): 20-28

Welfare work on large farms. Tanuljunk Egymastol (2): 68

Well away. A health guide for travellers. Well away A health guide for travellers: 56

Well improvement workshop, Agua Azul, Honduras, September 14 to 25, 1987. WASH Field Report, Water and Sanitation for Health Project, USA (222): viii + 29

West African Abelmoschus esculentus. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter (67): 55

West African Dwarf sheep kept by Congo villagers: can they be selected for growth rate?. Revue d' Elevage et de Medecine Veterinaire des Pays Tropicaux 39(1): 107-111

West African wildlife: a resource in jeopardy. Unasylva 39(2): 27-35

West German agricultural trade deficit still high. Agra Europe, UK (1305): N/1-N/2

West German farm incomes to show only slight rise this year. Agra Europe, UK (1232): N/1-N/2

West Germans recapture market share in eggs and produce more fresh chicken. Poultry International 24(11): 12-14

West Germany - an assessment of its tourist potential for New Zealand. West Germany an assessment of its tourist potential for New Zealand:

West Germany has part-time problems. Farmers Weekly 108(25): 59-66

West Germany. National report no. 139. International Tourism Reports (3): 49-61

West Virginia peach and nectarine fruit and vegetative bud injury and crop rating resulting from -28 degrees C January temperature. Fruit Varieties Journal 41(2): 68-72

Westar summer rape. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 67(2): 491-493

Western Europe potash review - a market in transition. Phosphorus and Potassium (147): 14-16, 20-22, 24

Western European P2O5 industry - strategies for survival. Phosphorus and Potassium (145): 23-28

Western European agriculture in transition: single commodity production and capitalist development. Agricultura y Sociedad (43): 9-45

Western Samoa agriculture sector study, Volume I: recommended strategies and programs; Volume II: background and sector review. Western Samoa agriculture sector study, Volume I: recommended strategies and programs; Volume II: background and sector review: xxii + 296pp; vii + 269

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Western flower thrips, a new cotton pest in Louisiana. Louisiana Agriculture 30(4): 4-5, 8

Western native perennials provide drought-tolerant options. American Nurseryman 165(2): 91-97

Western popular culture and Soviet youth: a case study of the 'Muslim' regions. Central Asian Survey 7(1): 7-36

Western schooling, traditional education, and alternative developments in Sierra Leone. Adult Education and Development (30): 379-391

Western spruce budworm. Technical Bulletin, US Department of Agriculture (1694): vi + 198

Western tent caterpillars prefer the sunny side of the tree, but why?. Oikos, 513: 321-326

Wet air oxidation of anaerobically digested sludge. Journal Water Pollution Control Federation 59(1): 39-46

Wet and dry deposition of sulphates and nitrates in eastern Canada: 1979-1982. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 30(1-2): 303-310

Wet and dry tillage practices in paddy production. Agricultural Mechanization in Asia, Africa and Latin America 19(3): 29-31

Wet and moist meadows of the Novobystricka vrchovina uplands. Preslia 56(4): 343-358

Wet atmospheric deposition in Indiana. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 94: 521-527

Wet clay soil behaviour under multiple cage wheel lugs. Journal of Agricultural Engineering Research 39(1): 57-70

Wet corn gluten feed as a supplement for lactating dairy cattle and growing heifers. Journal of Dairy Science 71(4): 990-995

Wet extraction - a method for estimating populations of Bembidion lampros (Herbst) (Col., Carabidae). Journal of Applied Entomology, 1032: 124-127

Wet fractionation of legume forages. Forage legumes for energy efficient animal production: 225-232

Wet fractionation processes and products. Alfalfa and alfalfa improvement: 553-566

Wet grinding of phosphate rock in phosphoric acid. TVA Circular (Z-192): 18

Wet problem regions remaining after in-bin drying: a two-dimensional model showing the formation of cool wet wall-regions during in-bin drying of wheat. Sixth international drying symposium IDS ' 88 Proceedings of a conference held in Versailles, France, 5-8 September 1988 Volume 1: OP.553-564

Wet rice farming with fluctuating water resources: a case study of the Sokoto Valley, N.W. Nigeria. Science Technology and Development 5(1): 16-21

Wet rot, a new disease of yam (Dioscorea cayennensis) caused by the fungus Rhizopus oryzae. Fitopatologia Brasileira 12(4): 369-373

Wet season hay crops for the Katherine district. Agnote, Department of Primary Production, Northern Territory, Australia (204): 5

Wet site pine management in the southeastern United States. The ecology and management of wetlands Volume 2: Management, use and value of wetlands: 173-184

Wet stool weight as parameter for fecal fat and energy excretion. Acta Paediatrica Scandinavica 75(6): 1028-1029

Wet-process phosphoric acid production. Manual of Fertilizer Processing , Fertilizer Science and Technology Series, 5: 147-158

Wet-smear diagnosis of genital schistosomiasis. South African Medical Journal 72(9): 631-632

Wether production trials can be guides to selection of Merino bloodlines for profitable breeding. Wool Technology and Sheep Breeding 34(3): 88-91

Wetland and lake evaporation in the low arctic. Arctic & Alpine Research 18(2): 195-200

Wetland boundaries in the New Jersey Pinelands: ecological relationships and delineation. Water Resources Bulletin 21(6): 1005-1012

Wetland boundary determination in the Great Dismal Swamp using weighted averages. Water Resources Bulletin 24(2): 297-306

Wetland development on coal mine slurry impoundments: principles, planning, and practices. Wetlands and water management on mined lands: 161-172

Wetland ecosystem studies from a hydrologic perspective. Water Resources Bulletin 22(1): 1-10

Wetland evapotranspiration in temperate and arid climates. Ecology and management of wetlands Vol 1 Ecology of wetlands: 146-160

Wetland loss in Louisiana. Geografiska Annaler, A Physical Geography 69A(1): 189-200

Wetland management in the context of regional planning, east Calcutta - a case study. Hydrological processes and water management in urban areas Urban water 88: 767-773

Wetland reclamation planning at the John Henry Mine in Western Washington. Wetlands and water management on mined lands: 153-159

Wetland seed banks: implications in vegetation management. Dissertation Abstracts International, B Sciences and Engineering 48(4): 949

Wetland soils in Lower Saxony. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft (46): 227-247

Wetland soils with high sulfide contents. Ecology and management of wetlands Vol 1 Ecology of wetlands: 334-350

Wetland values and protection strategies: a study of landowner attitudes in southern Ontario. Journal of Environmental Management 22(1): 13-23

Wetlands and catchment management. Journal of Soil Conservation, New South Wales 42(1): 36-41

Wetlands and water. Water Quality Bulletin 13(1): 17-20, 32

Wetlands and water management on mined lands. Wetlands and water management on mined lands: 393

Wetlands and water quality management in the Eastern Interior Coal Basin. Wetlands and water management on mined lands: 121-137

Wetlands as a byproduct of surface mining: Midwest perspective. Wetlands and water management on mined lands: 107-119

Wetlands in Canada: a valuable resource. Fact Sheet, Lands Directorate, Canada (86-4): 8

Wetlands of the Mekong basin. Water Quality Bulletin 13(1): 10-16, 31

Wetlands of the New Jersey Pine Barrens: the role of species composition in community function. American Midland Naturalist 115(2): 301-313

Wetlands policy crisis: United States and United Kingdom. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment 18(2): 95-121

Wetlands ranking - an innovative approach to wetland regulation?. Ecology and management of wetlands Vol 2 Management, use and value of wetlands: 373-381

Wetlands: management and conservation in India. Water Quality Bulletin 13(1): 1-6, 29-30

Wettability and solid-liquid interactions during fouling of several materials by whey and milk. Lait 67(4): 465-486

Wetting patterns for line-source trickle emitters. Paper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (87-2524): 15

Wettsteinina. Canadian Journal of Botany 65(2): 373-405

Whales and dolphins in veterinary medicine. Southwestern Veterinarian 38(2): 59-84

What Monnet made, money may unmake. Economist, UK 303(7503): 21-26

What are Anobiidae?. Holztechnologie 27(5): 255-257

What are acceptable sodium and chlorine levels in capsicums?. Groenten en Fruit 43(28): 36-37

What are the impacts of Himalayan deforestation on the Ganges-Brahmaputra lowlands and delta? Assumptions and facts. Mountain Research and Development 7(3): 256-263

What are the improvements resulting from melioration in Bodrogkoz?. Borsodi Szemle 33(1): 23-32

What are the limits on forest evaporation? a further comment. Journal of Hydrology, Netherlands 89(1/2): 33-36

What are the prospects for sheep rearing in the dry mountain regions?. Quelles perspectives pour l' elevage ovin dans les montagnes seches?: 43

What are the special technical problems involved in AI?. Lohmann Information (Jan./Feb.): 11-13

What are the tasks of the voluntary helpers in the State water inspectorate?. Presse Informationen, German Democratic Re ic (5): p.4

What are we to do now?. Skogen (4): 22-23

What are you diagnosing ? - What measures do you suggest?. Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde 129(4): 221-223

What are you diagnosing ? Which measures are you suggesting ?. Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde 129(7): 369-372

What can agricultural leaders do?. Paysans (179): 19-40

What can be done with sugarbeet leaves? Feeding, selling or organic manure. DLG Mitteilungen 101(16): 882-885

What can be expected in the future from varieties with tolerance to rhizomania?. Zuckerindustrie 112(5): 405-408

What can environmental protection offer Sweden to promote tourism?. Skrifter Rorande Uppsala Universitet C Organisation och Historia, Acta Universtatis Upsaliensis (C53): 113-121

What can finishers and breeders do to maintain fat quality in pigs?. Kleinviehzuchter 34(6): 206-221

What can we expect next in aseptic cartons?. Food Technology in New Zealand 21(1): 21-24

What caused the photosensitivity in these dairy heifers?. Veterinary Medicine 82(8): 848,850-851

What did Mendel say about evolution?. Hereditas (Lund): 1071: 103-105

What do cells have to do with forest resource statistics?. Forestry Chronicle 63(1): 20-22

What do diagnostic tests reveal about a cat's FeLV clinical status?. Veterinary Medicine 83(6): 566-570

What do farmers think about retirement and pensions. Wies Wspoczesna 31(9): 104-110

What do our dogs weigh?. Pedigree Digest 14(4): 10-11

What does cotton contain and what should be removed?. Textilveredlung 22(6): 220-223

What does distance matter? Leprosy control in west Nepal. Social Science and Medicine 26(1): 25-36

What does it take to become a vegetarian?. Voeding 47(7): 201-204

What does literacy mean to rural people? Thailand's study of experiences and impact. Convergence 20(1): 19-29

What does manufacturing protection cost farmers? A review of some recent Australian contributions. Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 30(2/3): 118-127

What does straw harvesting cost?. Landtechnik 41(6): 272-275

What eludes rural prosperity. Pakistan Agriculture 9(10): 38-42

What factors control hepatic triacylglycerol accumulation in alcohol abuse?. Biochemical Society Transactions 16(3): 251-253

What factors determine the daily nutrient requirements of dairy cattle?. Agri Practice 8(1): 6-8

What factors will influence potash markets in the next 25 years?. Phosphorus and Potassium (150): 26, 28-29, 33-34

What future for geranium and agricultural development of Reunion's western hills?. Agronomie Tropicale 40(4): 342-356

What future for sugar in Europe? Account of discussion on 25 June 1987. Quel avenir pour le sucre en Europe? Compte rendu des debats du 25 juin 1987: 21

What future for the World potash market?. Fertilizer International (256): 16-19

What future for the ammonia market?. Fertilizer International (254): 8-11

What future for the peasants? Essay on the structuralist approach. Les paysans: quel avenir? Essai sur l' approche structuraliste: 95

What happens to dairy products purchased by the CCC?. Hoard' s Dairyman 133(10): 494

What has happened to carbohydrate intolerance following gastroenteritis?. Lancet i(8523): 23-24

What improvements are required in the systems of transport, handling and storage - grains. Transport, handling and storage of agricultural commodities Proceedings of a conference held in Sydney in May, 1986: 153-204

What improvements are required in the systems of transport, handling and storage - meat and livestock. Transport, handling and storage of agricultural commodities Proceedings of a conference held in Sydney in May, 1986: 239-264

What improvements are required in the systems of transport, handling and storage - wool. Transport, handling and storage of agricultural commodities Proceedings of a conference held in Sydney in May, 1986: 207-236

What increases tourist spending?. Tervgazdasagi Forum 4(2): 72-75

What influences control of coastal deciduous brush with glyphosate. Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science (Vol.39): 86-92

What is 'unhomogenized' milk?. Dansk Veterinaertidsskrift 70(10): 534-538

What is Berrysize doing to your boysenberries?. New Zealand Commercial Grower 41(11): 17

What is Malus sieversii (Lebed.) M. Roem.?. Ahboroti Akademijai Fanhoi RSS Tocikiston, Su"bai Fanhoi Biologija (4): 31-35

What is Rosa rupincola Fisch. ex Sweet?. Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada (143): 36-37

What is a 'progiciel'?. Espaces (85): 39-40

What is an outdoor museum?. Informerar, Statens Kulturrad, Sweden (8): 4-6

What is bet-hedging?. Oxford Surveys in Evolutionary Biology 4: 182-211

What is cashmere?. Scottish Cashmere: 19-25

What is effective against Phytophthora citricola?. Deutscher Gartenbau 41(12): 722-725

What is happening to management?. Leisure Manager 5(12): 15-16

What is killing the bugs in your starter culture?. Cultured Dairy Products Journal 22(4): 18, 20-21, 23-24

What is known - and not known - about native budworm in field peas. Plant Protection Quarterly 3(1): 45-46

What is known of foot rot of beans?. Unilec Informations (53): 18-22

What is leisure research?. Bulletin for Fritidsforskning 3(1): 12-24

What is life like in the village?. Wie lebt man auf dem Dorf?: 161

What is new in research on horses. Proceedings of the 13th meeting, Paris, 11th March 1987. Quoi de neuf en matiere d' etudes et de recherches sur le cheval? 13e journee d' etude 11 mars 1987: vii + 221

What is new in research on horses? 14th research day, 9 March 1988. Quoi de neuf en matiere d' etudes et de recherches sur le cheval? 14e journee d' etude, 9 mars 1988: 210

What is new in research on horses? Proceedings of the 14th meeting, Paris, 9th March 1988. Quoi de neuf en matiere d' etudes et de recherches sur le cheval? 14 eme journee de la recherche chevaline, 9 Mars 1988: 208

What is subjective global assessment of nutritional status?. JPEN: Journal of parenteral and enteral nutrition 11(1): 8-13

What is the best tomato plant?. Groenten en Fruit 43(13): 42-43

What is the effect of spring pollen feeding on the development of colonies?. Journal Suisse d' Apiculture 85(3): 67-76

What is the future for the new food stratagies in the peasant economies of the Sahel?. Les malnutritions dans les pays du Tiers Monde: 655-681

What is the future of French agriculture? Conference, 21, 22, 23 October 1986. Chambres d' Agriculture 57(737, Supplement): 36

What is the gain with lodgepole pine?. Sveriges Skogsvardsforbunds Tidskrift (3-85): 29-33

What is the purpose of production experiments with plants and animals?. Presse Informationen, German Democratic Re ic (34): p.6

What is the role of external conformation in horses? Relationship between performance traits and body measurements. Tierzuchter 40(8): 340-341

What is to be done to restart globe artichoke growing in Italy and in the Lazio region. Informatore Agrario 43(4): 53-55

What is your diagnosis. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 192(11): 1615-1616

What is your diagnosis ? What measures do you suggest ?. Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde 130(5): 276-277

What is your diagnosis?. Ciencias Veterinarias, Costa Rica 9(2-3): 153-154

What is your diagnosis? What treatment do you propose?. Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde 130(2): 105-107

What kind of agriculture? Sources of imbalance in West European agrarian structures. The economics and sociology of rural communities: East West perspectives: 23-76

What kind of exposure reduces children's food neophobia? Looking vs. tasting. Appetite 9(3): 171-178

What makes a predator specialize?. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 3(1): 1-2

What makes rainforests so special?. New Scientist 111(1522): 38-40

What makes us play? What makes us learn?. Prospects 16(4): 465-474

What mechanisms underlie tissue-specific gene transcription?. Trends in Genetics 3(5): 121-122

What meeting planners want: the cojoint-analysis approach. Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly 28(1): 66-76

What milk for tomorrow? Papers given at the 16th Meeting of the Groupements Techniques Veterinaires in Saint-Malo, 3 June 1987. Bulletin des Groupements Techniques Veterinaires (1): 9-41

What more can the dzongdag do?. Proceedings of the National Workshop on the design and implementation of rural development strategies and projects, 22-28 July 1986, Thimphu: 139-144

What prevents the improvement of relations between state and collective farms and their partners in the agroindustrial sector?. Planovoe Khozyaistvo (5): 37-41

What price food? Agricultural price policies in developing countries. What price food? Agricultural price policies in developing countries: viii + 127

What price museum admission charges?. Leisure Management 7(2): 27-28

What price summer CO2 enrichment?. Grower 109(6): 27...34

What price sustained yield? The Forest Service, community stability, and timber monopoly under the 1944 Sustained-Yield Act. Journal of Forest History 31(1): 4-18

What progress is there in the control of pear leaf sucker?. Mitteilungen des Obstbauversuchsringes des Alten Landes 41(8): 285-289

What progress is to be expected from a reduction in carrier volume?. UNILEC Informations (54): 18-21

What remains of the French in Club Med? (Part 1). Espaces (92): 37-39

What rot! Dogs in hunt for injured trees. Skogen (5): 48

What sampling unit should be used in estimating jack pine budworm (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) egg mass densities?. Journal of Economic Entomology 81(2): 743-748

What shall we do with our arable land?. Jordbruksekonomiska Meddelanden 49(3): 106-120

What should be done with the Community's agricultural stocks?. Paysans (186): 7-13

What technologies for mountain agriculture? The example of medicinal and aromatic plants. Multipurpose agriculture and forestry Proceedings of the 11th seminar of the European Association of Agricultural Economists EAAE 28 April 3 May, 1986: 291-297

What the consumer wants. Proceedings, Outlook ' 88-64th agricultural outlook conference, US Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC, December 1-3, 1987: 246-253

What to do about agriculture. Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy 3(2): 24-27

What to do with free time: theoretical aspects of recreation. Que hacer del ocio: elementos teoricos de recreacion: 184

What type of cowshed should be built on medium-size farms: loose-housing with separate resting cubicles, loose-housing with combined feeding/resting cubicles, or tie-stall housing?. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 14(4): 289-293

What value has leaf analysis for estimating the nitrogen requirement of apple trees?. Erwerbsobstbau 30(1): 11-16

What veterinary practioners should know about spermatogenesis and functional anatomy. Proceedings of the Post Graduate Committee in Veterinary Science No 94 The stallion: artificial breeding and embryo transfer, 2nd 6th February 1987: 41-49

What we have learned from phalloidin. Toxicology Letters 35(2-3): 169-182

What we know about cotton. Tekstil 37(2): 71-84

What's clean and green and red all over?. Leisure Manager 5(11): 24-25

What's in a theory? Extension as the art of the reasonable, the feasible and the desirable. RRDC Bulletin, Reading Rural Development Communications (22): 3-8

What's new in natural ventilation?. Highlights of Agricultural Research in Ontario 9(4): 10-12

What's rural about rural aging? An Appalachian perspective. Journal of Rural Studies 4(2): 115-124

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

Wheat (Triticum aestivum ssp. vulgare (Vill.Host) MacKey) as a test plant for the pathogenicity of Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae Van Hall. Zastita Bilja 37(3): 201-212

Wheat - a new host of Meloidogyne javanica in India. Indian Journal of Nematology 16(1): 134

Wheat and barley. Plant analysis as a guide to the nutrient requirements of temperate and tropical crops: 572-593

Wheat and barley experiments on the Kumarl soils at Salmon Gums. Technical Bulletin, Department of Agriculture, Western Australia (74): 15

Wheat and barley seed dressing. Difesa delle Piante 10(3): 405-423

Wheat and maize price policies in Hungary: tradeoffs between foreign exchange and government revenue. Agricultural Economics 1(3): 273-290

Wheat and paddy reapers in China. Small farm equipment for developing countries Proceedings of the international conference on small farm equipment for developing countries: past experiences and future priorities, 2-6 September 1985: 329-339

Wheat and soil bromide dynamics after fumigation with methyl bromide in a mediterranean climate. Plant & Soil 98(3): 417-424

Wheat and wheat improvement. Wheat and wheat improvement (Ed. 2): xxvi + 765

Wheat based rations for beef cattle. Proceedings of the Australian Society of Animal Production 16: 215-218

Wheat biomass and grain yield modeling. Applications of remote sensing for rice production: 351-368

Wheat biotypes promising for breeding for quality. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo, Moscow (2): 26-27

Wheat breeding programme for earliness. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki, Moscow, USSR (6): 47-53

Wheat breeding: new lines for Sao Paulo state. Arquivos do Instituto Biologico, Sao Paulo 1986; 52(1-4): 27-37

Wheat crop surveys in southern New South Wales. 4. The response by grain yield and other wheat attributes to weeds. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 26(6): 709-715

Wheat cultivar Ganhua No. 2 and its cultivation technique. Jiangsu Nongye Kexue (4): 7

Wheat cultivar improvement in the Pacific Northwest USA. Special Publication, Agronomy Society of New Zealand (5): 116-119

Wheat forms resistant to brown rust. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 96: 87-89

Wheat friction on steel. Paper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (87-4527): 12

Wheat genes conditioning resistance to the Hessian fly (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) in Morocco. Journal of Economic Entomology 81(2): 709-712

Wheat Germ Agglutinin Binding to the Outer Cuticle of the Plant-parasitic Nematode Anguina tritici. Journal of Nematology 20(3): 499-501

Wheat germ agglutinin specifically binds to the surface of infective larvae of Wuchereria bancrofti. Journal of Parasitology 73(6): 1256-1257

Wheat growth on saline waterlogged soil. Journal of Agriculture Western Australia 27(4): 118-119

Wheat hardness determined by a single kernel compression instrument with semiautomated feeder. Cereal Chemistry 65(2): 86-94

Wheat hardness: a user's view. Cereal Foods World 32(4): 327-329

Wheat in 1986: a particularly difficult end to the season. Cultivar 2000 (202): 36-37

Wheat in Malawi: report on a short consultative mission, August 1986. Wheat in Malawi: report on a short consultative mission, August 1986: 25

Wheat in West Bengal - performance and possibilities - a case study. Economic Affairs 32(1): 9-14

Wheat in animal feeding. Bulletin des Groupements Techniques Veterinaires (5): 93-97

Wheat in the agriculture of Portugal's Mediterranean zone. Options Mediterraneennes (December): 255-262

Wheat in the central highlands of North Yemen: the transition from traditional to modern methods of production. Publication, Dhamar Agricultural Improvement Centre (126): 36

Wheat leaf ferredoxin-dependent glutamate synthase: partial purification, characterization and the control of its level. Acta Phytophysiologica Sinica 13(1): 71-79

Wheat leaf rust epidemiology in Morocco and the expression and inheritance of resistance in the cultivar Era. Dissertation Abstracts International, B Sciences and Engineering 47(12, I): 4723B-4724B

Wheat management systems in the Pacific Northwest. Plant Disease 70(9): 894-898

Wheat marketing in eastern Uttar Pradesh: evidences and implications. Agricultural Situation in India 42(11): 975-980

Wheat moisture by NMR. Paper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (86-3501): 17

Wheat monoculture. Experimental study of yield progression. Les rotations cerealieres intensives Dix annees d' etudes concertees INRA ONIC ITCF 1973-1983: 391-400

Wheat performance in Connecticut (1983-1984). Bulletin, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, New Haven (835): 8

Wheat power threshers in India. Small farm equipment for developing countries Proceedings of the international conference on small farm equipment for developing countries: Past experiences and future priorities, 2-6 September 1985: 405-418

Wheat production in India: the regional dimension. Geographer 33(2): 64-75

Wheat production with split applications of fertilizers. Jiangsu Nongye Kexue (11): 8-9

Wheat quality: a breeder's point of view. Cereal Foods World 32(4): 306-309

Wheat quality: a quality assessor's view. Cereal Foods World 32(4): 313-319

Wheat response to CO2 enrichment: growth and CO2 exchanges at two plant densities. Journal of Experimental Botany 38(194): 1421-1431

Wheat response to copper in an organic soil. Revista Brasileira de Ciencia do Solo 9(2): 149-153

Wheat root growth and seasonal water use as affected by irrigation under shallow water table conditions. Plant and Soil 92(2): 181-188

Wheat seed dormancy as affected by agroecological factors. Novenytermeles 36(4): 253-260

Wheat seed treatment with fungicides for improving seedling emergence and its effect on rust reaction, grain yield and yield components of different cultivars. Agricultural Research Review 1987; 63(2): 11-18

Wheat seed vigour. Sbornik UVTIZ, Genetika a Slechteni 23(4): 289-297

Wheat seedling responses to soil acidity and implications for subsoil rooting. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 19(7-12): 1285-1293

Wheat stand establishment. Wheat and wheat improvement (Ed.2): 384-389

Wheat stem vascular size in relation to kernel number and weight. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae Brno, A Facultas Agronomica 33(3): 643-646

Wheat straw decomposition in subtropical Australia. I. A comparison of 14C labelling and two weight-loss methods for measuring decomposition. Australian Journal of Soil Research 25(4): 473-479

Wheat straw decomposition in subtropical Australia. II. effect of straw placement on decomposition and recovery of added 15N-urea. Australian Journal of Soil Research 25(4): 481-490

Wheat straw management for rice on a coarse-textured soil. International Rice Research Newsletter 12(2): 40

Wheat straw mineralization by several fungal species. Anales de Edafologia y Agrobiologia 43(1/2): 19-27

Wheat supplies in Canada. Market Report, International Wheat Council, UK (PMR 169): 1: 1-1: 5

Wheat support policies and export practices in five major exporting countries. Secretariat Paper, International Wheat Council (16): approx 71

Wheat variety Yantr. Zemedelie 84(4): 50-51

Wheat variety identification by electrophoresis of the gliadin in polyacrylamide gel. Biotekhnologiya and Biotekhnika (3): 21-24

Wheat yield and N uptake as influenced by treating crop residue with urea-sulfuric acid. Journal of Fertilizer Issues 5(2): 50-55

Wheat yield variability in irrigated level basins. Transactions of the ASAE, American Society of Agricultural Engineers 30(4): 1099-1104

Wheat-rye translocations. Journal of Heredity 77(6): 415-419

Wheat-soybean double-crop management in Missouri. Soybean in tropical and subtropical cropping systems: 223-232

Wheat. Baking quality. Jaarverslag 1987, Stichting voor Plantenveredeling SVP: ; 26-27, 103

Wheat. Biochemistry. Jaarverslag 1987, Stichting voor Plantenveredeling SVP: ; 26, 103-104

Wheat. Cell biology. Jaarverslag 1987, Stichting voor Plantenveredeling SVP: ; 28, 104

Wheat. Cytogenetics. Monosomic analysis. Jaarverslag 1987, Stichting voor Plantenveredeling SVP: ; 27-28, 104

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Wheat/wild oat competition - effects of UV-B (280 nm to 320 nm) radiation. Proceedings, Southern Weed Science Society, 39th annual meeting: 483

Wheat: effects of three soil moisture contents on actual evapotranspiration and on grain yield and its components. Bragantia 44(2): 515-530

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Wheelchair sport as a mechanism for altering the perceptions of the nondisabled regarding their disabled peers' competence. Thereapeutic Recreation Journal 20(4): 72-84

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When agroforests drive back natural forests: a socio-economic analysis of a rice-agroforest system in Sumatra. Agroforestry Systems 5(1): 27-55

When and where to apply fertilizer. A loblolly pine management guide. General Technical Report, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service (SE-36): i + 23

When do we allow fruits of autumn capsicums to remain on the plant?. Groenten en Fruit 42(4): 26-27

When does grazing benefit plants?. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 1(6): 168-169

When large-scale farmers cut back, helping workers. Rural Sociologist 8(1): 39-49

When people don't come first: some sociological lessons from completed projects. Putting people first Sociological variables in rural development: 325-356

When should apple trees be irrigated?. Revue Suisse de Viticulture, d' Arboriculture et d' Horticulture 18(6): 375-378

When the price is right. Cooperative marketing in Uruguay. Grassroots Development 11(1): 10-17

When the salt of the earth loses its savour. Economist, UK 306(7538): 53-54

When the water supply is used up. N-fertilizer on dry sites. DLG Mitteilungen 102(2): 64-66

When to discontinue irrigation of onion grown for seed production. Acta Horticulturae (215): 17-24

When to establish advanced generation seed orchards. Silvae Genetica 35(5-6): 245-247

When to harvest onions in the Crimea. Kartofel' i Ovoshchi (4): 20-21

When underplanting is to be taken up in pepper gardens. Indian Cocoa, Arecanut and Spices Journal 10(2): 36-37

Where Italians take their holidays. Politica del Turismo 5(1): 17-27

Where are Saskatchewan farmland prices headed?. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 36(1): 37-50

Where biology meets science, or how science advances. Presidential address to the Linnean Society delivered at the Anniversary Meeting, 24th May 1985. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 30(3): 257-274

Where do the trails lead? A focus on the Canadian ski market. Where do the trails lead? A focus on the Canadian ski market: 74

Where do we go from here?. Michigan tourism: how can research help? Proceedings, Michigan tourism symposium, September 9-11, 1981, Michigan State University: 105-118

Where have all the Ceibas gone? A case history of mismanagement of a tropical forest resource. Forest Ecology and Management 23(1): 73-76

Where have the hornbeams in young oak stands gone?. Forst und Holzwirt 39(7): 171-174, 176

Where is higher education in Francophone West Africa heading?. Prospects 17(4): 503-527

Where is milk production heading?. Svensk Veterinartidning 39(6): 335-336

Where is the next strategic place to decrease pesticide use?. Bulletin, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, New Haven (831): 6

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Where is the world's food economy heading?. Kozgazdasagi Szemle 33(12): 1409-1425

Where should GATT negotiations lead?. Agra Europe Special Report, UK (38): 36-40

Where technology is the appropriate word. Economist, UK 303(7494): 79-80

Where the dove calls: the political ecology of a peasant corporate community in northwestern Mexico. Where the dove calls: the political ecology of a peasant corporate community in northwestern Mexico: xxiv + 237

Where to find the basis for an alternative form of agriculture. Documentos, Instituto de Asesoria Antropologica para la Region Maya, Mexico (027-IV-85): 16

Whey acidity measurement with the pH-meter 125. Khlebopekarnaya i Konditerskaya Promyshlennost' (11): 27-29

Whey and cholesterol in swine. Swine in biomedical research Volume 2: 1041-1046

Whey and whey products use in bakery applications. Proceedings, 1984 whey products conference held at Chicago, Illinois, October 25-26, 1984: 44-53

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Whey as a source of rumen-degradable protein. 2. For growing ruminants. Journal of Animal Science 63(5): 1574-1580

Whey as a starting point for fermentation processes. Meieriposten 76(11, Meieriteknikk 3): 21-24

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Whey cheese. Determination of the fat content. Reference method. Spanish Standard (UNE 34-880): 5

Whey drainage during the making of Gorgonzola cheese and the characteristics of the product. Industria del Latte 24(1): 69-86

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Whey in France at Baleycourt: 55 000 t of whey derivatives during 1987. Technique Laitiere and Marketing (1023): 17-20

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Whey processing in Scandinavia. Nordisk Mejeriindustri 11(8): 167-168, 170, 172

Whey production and utilization in Oceania. Bulletin of the International Dairy Federation (212): 12-16

Whey products in feeds for swine. Bulletin of the International Dairy Federation (212): 106-110

Whey protein. UK Patent Application (GB 2 188 526 A1): 7

Whey protein allergenicity and its reduction by technological means. Food technology 41(10): 118-121

Whey protein content and bacteriological quality of forewarmed buffalo skim milk. Indian Journal of Dairy Science 40(1): 126-128

Whey protein for athletes. Deutsche Milchwirtschaft 37(33): 1010-1012

Whey protein production by denaturation. Revista de Ciencias Biologicas 14(1): 111-118

Whey proteins in breadmaking. I. Effect on some rheological properties of the dough. Revista del Instituto de Tecnologia de Alimentos 4(1): 27-35

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Whey research in Finland. Nordisk Mejeriindustri 14(5): 215-216

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Whey utilization in cheese. Cultured Dairy Products Journal 23(2): 14, 16-18

Which anti-condensation film should we choose and how do we go about using it?. Groenten en Fruit 42(24): 26-27

Which boiler for which requirement. Rapid steam generator or large water capacity boiler. Deutsche Molkerei Zeitung 105(17): 546, 549-550, 553

Which breeds in the 1985 calf crop?. Farm and Food Research 16(2): 63-64

Which cultivars for the autumn culture of pointed-head cabbages?. Groenten en Fruit 42(44): 57

Which feed in the rearing of pigs?. Rivista di Suinicoltura 27(12): 33-39

Which flooring do sows prefer?. Landtechnik 42(9): 378-381

Which is the superior ram?. Proceedings of the Sixth Conference, Australian Association of Animal Breeding and Genetics, University of Western Australia, Perth, WA, Australia, 9-11 February 1987: 313-316

Which plant is cumin?. Doga, Turk Tarm ve Ormanclk Dergisi 11(2): 269-274

Which possibilities does testing for progesterone in milk offer the dairy farmer ?. Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde 112(9): 519-530

Which potato cultivar?. Terra e Sole 43(548): 304-308

Which rootstock for Sultanina?. Deciduous Fruit Grower 36(12): 498-499

Which track widths are needed in agriculture?. Landtechnik 43(7/8): 329-332

Which training for Third World broadcasters?. Media in Education and Development 20(1): 6-9

Which trap is best?. Zashchita Rastenii, Moscow (9): 33

Which way now?. Phosphorus and Potassium (153): 17-21

Whip - rice EUP trials. Proceedings, Southern Weed Science Society, 38th annual meeting: 496

Whipping cream & whipped cream. Dairy Industries International 52(9): 15-16

Whipping cream manufacture. Research on factors to improve quality. Maelkeritidende 101(15): 402-403

Whipping of creams from ultrafiltered milk. Journal of Dairy Research 54(3): 421-428

Whipping up a new dessert. Dairy Industries International 53(6): 43, 45, 47

Whipworm infection in small animals. Companion Animal Practice 2(5): 17-22

Whisky versus 'whisky'. Economist, UK 309(7574): p.102,107

White House policies and priorities for future research in weed science. Proceedings, Southern Weed Science Society, 39th annual meeting: 9

White blood picture in dogs surviving or dying from parvovirus infection. Tierarztliche Praxis 15(4): 409-415

White bryony poisoning in a dog. Veterinary Record 119(16): 411-411

White cane rot - a new disease of ramie. Current Science, India 56(7): 312-313

White cheese by ultrafiltration. Food Technology in New Zealand 21(9): 22-23

White clover and sheep production. Occasional Symposium, British Grassland Society (21): 79-87

White clover as a substitute for mineral fertilization. DLG Mitteilungen 103(6): 289-291

White clover cultivar evaluation for the Waikato: establishment phase. Proceedings of the New Zealand Grassland Association 46: 217-220

White clover cultivar responses to phosphate fertilizers of differing solubility. Proceedings of the New Zealand Grassland Association 49: 151-156

White clover seed germination in agar containing tall fescue leaf extracts. Crop Science 26(6): 1248-1249

White clover varieties bred in various countries and their characteristics in cultivation in Japan. Miscellaneous Publication of the Tohoku National Agricultural Experiment Station, Japan (6): 1-14

White coat colour in cattle. Descriptive study, genetic considerations. Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire 162(1): 9-18

White farmers in Rhodesia 1890-1965: a history of the Marandellas district. White farmers in Rhodesia 1890-1965: a history of the Marandellas district: xii + 256

White gold producers in Paraguay: socioeconomic change and technological transformation through cotton production. Dissertation Abstracts International, A Humanities and Social Sciences 49(1): p.154

White grub (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) densities, weed control practices, and root damage to Fraser fir Christmas trees in the southern Appalachians. Journal of Economic Entomology, 805: 1072-1075

White grub Lachnosterna (Holotrichia) coriacea Hope, infesting potatoes in Simla hills. Seeds and Farms 14(2): 12-13, 34

White grubs and their beetles (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae) in Uttar Pradesh hills. Indian Journal of Entomology 47(2): 240-244

White leaf spot (Pseudocercosporella capsellae (Ell. et Ev.) Deighton), a disease of winter rape new to the GDR. Nachrichtenblatt fur den Pflanzenschutz in der DDR 42(4): 73-74

White liver disease and pestivirus infection in goat kids. Surveillance, New Zealand 14(3): 21

White man's foot: broadleaf plantain. Weed Technology 1(3): 250-251

White painted surfaces as a substrate for resting and oviposition in Tabanus rubidus Wiedemann and related horse fly species (Diptera: Tabanidae) on a dairy farm in southern China. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 883: 485-490

White pine in the transition hardwood forest. Canadian Journal of Botany 60(10): 2046-2053

White pine management: volume and value growth. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 4(4): 197-201

White pine symposium. Petawawa National Forestry Institute, 14 September 1984. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Ontario 116(Supplement): vi + 110

White rot fungi and mushrooms grown on cereal straw: aim of the process, final products, scope for the future. Degradation of lignocellulosics in ruminants and in industrial processes: 55-62

White rot of Capsicum, a new disease in Romania. Buletinul de Protectia Plantelor (1): 61-63

White scour of sucking piglets. 2. Demonstration and significance of rotavirus in piglets at weaning. Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire 162(11): 1195-1201

White scour of sucking piglets. I. Ecopathological study in Brittany farms. Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire 162(10): 1087-1093

White scour of sucking piglets. III. Clinical and aetiological study in a severely affected herd. Procedure for control. Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire 163(1): 23-31

White spotting in sables. Nauchnye Trudy, Nauchno Issledovatel' skii Institut Pushnogo Zverovodstva i Krolikovodstva (31): 128-135

White spruce plantations in the Upper Great Lakes region: status and problem-solving needs. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 4(3): 146-149

White stem borer incidence in arabica coffee in Coorg district - a survey report. Journal of Coffee Research 17(1): 88-89

White wine: market differentiation and the dynamics of production. Notes et Documents, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Economie et Sociologie Rurales, Montpellier (82): 100p. + a

White-tailed deer forage on alewives. Journal of Mammalogy 68.1: 195-197

Whitebacked planthopper WBPH attack in Assam, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 11(4): 30-31

Whitebacked planthopper WBPH damage in Pakistan. International Rice Research Newsletter 12(2): 18

Whiteflies. Foliage Digest 10(9): 3-4

Whitefly - a recent plague in tamarillos. Orchardist of New Zealand 60(7): 211-213

Whitefly entomology. Record of research Annual report 1982, Kenya Agricultural Research Institute: 99-101

Whitefly transmission of plant viruses. Current topics in vector research Vol 4: 73-91

Whitefly, Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) infesting tomato in Rajasthan, I. Bionomics. Bulletin of Entomology 25(1): 76-97

Whitetail deer food availability maps from thematic mapper data. PEandRS Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 53(11): 1585-1589

Whither Jonagold? (1). Fruitteelt 77(25): 20-22

Whither agricultural development in Bihar. Agricultural Situation in India 42(12): 1087-1090

Whither carpet wools in India?. Indian Textile Journal 97(12): 58-62

Whither goest nutrition?. Nutrition and Health 4(3): 135-140

Whither rural extension?. Occasional Papers in Rural Extension, Department of Rural Extension Studies, University of Guelph (2): 15

Whither the future of tourism?. Tourism Management 8(1): 60-62

Whither the housing of breeding stock? Families - cages?. Lohmann Information (Jan/Feb.): 7-8

Who are the managers on peasant farms. Wies Wspoczesna 32(3): 65-74

Who are your users? Combining registration information with census data can tell you. Occasional Paper, Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies, University of Waterloo (1): 20

Who benefits from farm programs: size and structure issues?. AFPC Staff Report, Agricultural and Food Policy Center, Texas A and M University (88-4): 18

Who cares about the farmer? Apathy and the current farm crisis. Rural Sociology 51(4): 490-502

Who cares? A study of child care facilities for low-income working women in India. Who cares? A study of child care facilities for low income working women in India: xi + 159

Who discovered that intestinal worm infections could be diagnosed by finding eggs in the faeces?. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 79(11): 670-673

Who enjoys the countryside? Preferences and constraints in countryside recreation participation and policy. Strathclyde Papers on Planning, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Strathclyde (9): 29

Who from their labours rest? Conflict and practice in rural tourism. Who from their labours rest? Conflict and practice in rural tourism: 158

Who gains from rubber research?. Malaysian Journal of Agricultural Economics 1(1): 100-106

Who goes to the cinema?. Sight and Sound (Spring): 81-85

Who governs the Rome food agencies?. Food Policy 12(4): 349-364

Who is the peasant? Experience with rural development in Zambia. DERAP Working Paper, Chr Michelsen Institute, Norway (A371): 15

Who knows best? where USAID stands on social soundness. Human Organization 46(3): 273-276

Who manages the management companies?. Hotels and Restaurants International 21(1): 46 ... 73

Who needs it?. Leisure Management 7(8): 62-64, 66

Who sows? Who reaps? Women and land rights in India. Journal of Peasant Studies 15(4): 531-581

Who values our waterways?. Soil and Water, New Zealand 23(3): 8-12

Who will pay? The new tax law's effects on the restaurant industry. Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly 27(4): 42-46

Who'd be a farmer now?. Economist, UK 304(7516): 25-26

Whole blood folate values in normal female hamsters (Mesocricetus auratus). Laboratory Animals 22(3): 240-242

Whole body glucose kinetics in type I diabetes studied with and -glucose and the artificial B-cell. Metabolism 37(5): 491-498

Whole body leucine turnover and nutritional status in continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis. Clinical Science 73(5): 463-469

Whole body protein turnover in laying hens with special reference to protein depletion and repletion. Nutrition Reports International 35(3): 607-614

Whole body vibration in off road forestry vehicles. Paper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (86-1611): 14

Whole cottonseed alone, and in combination with cottonseed meal as drought supplement for cows. Proceedings of the Australian Society of Animal Production 17: 474

Whole cottonseed as a supplement for beef cattle fed low quality native pasture. Proceedings of the Australian Society of Animal Production 17: 432

Whole crop silage - WCS - as an alternative in forage production. Bayerisches Landwirtschaftliches Jahrbuch 64(Sonderheft 2): 45-57

Whole genome transfer in mammals. Exploiting new technologies in animal breeding Genetic developments: 103-112

Whole grain moisture meter for use in field cultivation and grain stores. Agrartechnik, German Democratic Re ic 38(4): 165-166

Whole milk progesterone analysis used for pregnancy diagnosis in beef cattle. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 28(2): 249-250

Whole milk substitutes from plant materials. Zhivotnovodstvo (No 12): 32-33

Whole plant and grain yields of European maize hybrids grown under summer drought conditions in southern Chile in relation to the supply of mineral nutrients. Tropenlandwirt 88(April): 11-26

Whole plant aspects of heavy metal induced changes in CO2 uptake and water relations of spruce (Picea abies) seedlings. Physiologia Plantarum 69(2): 265-270

Whole plant studies using radioactive 13-nitrogen. IV. A compartmental model for the uptake and transport of ammonium ions by Zea mays. Journal of Experimental Botany 37(184): 1619-1632

Whole plants regenerated from cotyledon protoplasts of Brassica juncea. Hereditas, China 7(6): 15

Whole soybeans for market lambs. Journal of Animal Science 64(4): 1249-1254

Whole tree harvesting of early thinnings for energy. Biomass for energy and industry 4th EC conference Proceedings of the international conference, Orleans, France, 11-15 May, 1987: 578-582

Whole, flaked or ground maize in the feeding of Saanen kids. Annali dell' Istituto Sperimentale per la Zootecnia 19(2): 123-130

Whole-body amino acid composition and comparative aspects of amino acid nutrition of goldfish, golden shiner and fathead minnow. Aquaculture 60(3-4): 223-229

Whole-body protein turnover in adult hemodialysis patients as measured by 13C-leucine. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 46(5): 778-783

Whole-body protein turnover in man determined in three hours with oral or intravenous 15N-glycine and enrichment in urinary ammonia. Human Nutrition. Clinical Nutrition 41(4): 263-276

Whole-body protein turnover in thyroid disease in man. Journal of Physiology 380: 50P

Whole-body vibration in farm tractors driven in the forest. Folia Forestalia, Institutum Forestale Fenniae (656): 24

Whole-crop peas. 1. Changes in botanical and chemical composition and rumen in vitro degradability during maturation. Animal Feed Science and Technology 17(1): 15-31

Whole-crop peas. 2. Digestion of early- and late-harvested crops in the gastrointestinal tract of pigs. Animal Feed Science and Technology 17(1): 33-43

Whole-house heat and moisture production of young floor brooded layer pullets. Transactions of the ASAE American Society of Agricultural Engineers 30(2): 455-458

Whole-plant oils from two Euphorbia species growing in Sardinia. Phytochemistry 27(3): 791-794

Whole-plant ratooning technique. International Rice Research Newsletter 12(3): 47-48

Wholemilk innovations for Te Awamutu plant. Food Technology in New Zealand 22(4): 18, 21, 23-24

Wholes and fragments: reflections on the economy of affection, capitalism, and the human cost of development. Geografiska Annaler, B Human Geography 69B(1): 1-14

Wholesale market potential for fresh vegetables grown in north Alabama. Bulletin, Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station, Auburn University (586): 83

Wholesale market trends in the United Kingdom. UK Market Review, Economic Information Service, Meat and Livestock Commission (1): 3-8

Wholesale trade of horse meat in France: imports, French wholesalers (volume II). Le commerce de gros en viande de cheval en France: les importations, les grossistes francais tome II: 46

Whose messages? Thoughts on how the choice of extension programme objective can and should be made. RRDC Bulletin, Reading Rural Development Communications (23): 3-5

Whose paradise? Tea and the plantation Tamils of Sri Lanka teaching about a minority group. A resource book for teachers. Whose paradise? Tea and the plantation Tamils of Sri Lanka teaching about a minority group A resource book for teachers: 80

Why 3.5 million cyclists can't be wrong. Weekend Australian Magazine (April 26, 27): p.5

Why Henderson's EMC equation works. Paper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (87-6531): 20

Why SAM didn't succeed: international and financial limitations. Amerique Latine (19): 61-68

Why a communication centre. Journal of Extension Systems 1(1): 63-69

Why a gall former can be a good biocontrol agent: the gall wasp Trichilogaster acaciaelongifoliae and the weed Acacia longifolia. Ecological Entomology, 131: 1-9

Why alter milk composition?. Journal of Dairy Science 71(Suppl. 1): 72

Why are Booroola ewes so efficient at producing three or more lambs ?. New Zealand, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries Agricultural Research Division Annual Report 1985/86: 115-116

Why are chemicals in groundwater?. Proceedings, North Central Weed Control Conference (Vol.40): 147-151

Why are faba beans so sensitive to drought stress?. DLG Mitteilungen 101(10): 558-560; 567

Why are guided circular saws more stable than unguided saws?. Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 44(12): 465-469

Why are they doing all that?. Espaces (85): 15-18

Why aren't embryos immunologically rejected by their mothers?. Biology of Reproduction 38(1): 17-29

Why bother to control alien plants in national and other parks?. Weeds on ic land an action plan for today Proceedings of a Symposium presented by the Weed Science Society of Victoria Inc and the School of Environmental Science, Monash, held at Monash University, Clayton Victoria, Australia, 19-20 May, 1988: 18-23

Why breeding earlier is always worthwhile. Journal of Theoretical Biology 123(3): 311-320

Why bulk handling?. ACIAR Proceedings Series, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (22): 18-23

Why choose pneumatic conveying?. Food Engineering International 9(April): 42-43

Why clone wheat storage protein genes?. Biofutur (60): 46...54

Why communal land tenure survives in Swaziland. Ceres, FAO 19(5(113)): 30-34

Why consider alternative production systems?. American Journal of Alternative Agriculture 2(2): 83-86

Why did Warwickshire Key Settlement Policy change in 1982? An assessment of the political implications of cuts in rural services. Geographical Journal, UK 152(2): 176-192

Why did the apparent hydraulic conductance of plants oscillate for Passioura and Tanner?. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 14(4): 475-483

Why do chloroplasts and mitochondria contain so many copies of their genome?. Bioessays 6(6): 279-282

Why do governments do what they do? The case of food price policies. QA Questione Agraria (24): 25-58

Why do people recreate?. Recreation British Columbia (November/December): 17-18

Why do some co-operatives work but not others? A comparative analysis of sugar co-operatives in India. Economic and Political Weekly 22(26): A38-A56

Why do we export so little meat?. Revista de los CREA, Consorcio Regional de Experimentacion Agricola, Argentina 16(128): 4-10

Why does DDT toxicity change after a blood meal in adult female Culex pipiens?. Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology, 282: 172-181

Why does a volatile pesticide, like EDB, persist in soils for years?. Frontiers of Plant Science 39(1): 3-5

Why does nitrogen fertilization often increase the lignin content of grasses?. Archiv fur Acker und Pflanzenbau und Bodenkunde 32(4): 255-260

Why does one marry (or not marry) a farmer? Results of an empirical investigation of partner selection in agriculture. Schriftenreihe der Forschungsgesellschaft fur Agrarpolitik und Agrarsoziologie eV Bonn (278): 263

Why don't coal companies build wetlands?. Wetlands and water management on mined lands: 191-194

Why give up a holiday caravan site?: dissertation for a recreation sociology degree. Waarom gestopt met de vaste standplaats?: afstudeerscriptie recreatiesociologie: 64

Why have some farmers opposed futures markets. Journal of Political Economy 96(2): 371-382

Why is it necessary to expand the sheep flock?. Presse Informationen, German Democratic Re ic (71): p.5

Why is structural policy so limited?. Revista de Estudios Agro Sociales 35(140): 247-264

Why milk transport costs are higher in Ireland. Farm and Food Research 16(6): 170-171

Why not neo-Darwinism? A critique of paleobiological challenges. Oxford Surveys in Evolutionary Biology 3: 1-47

Why not select and grow superior types of canistel?. Proceedings of the Tropical Region, American Society for Horticultural Science 27(A): 43-52

Why not ymer for the German market?. Deutsche Milchwirtschaft 38(41): 1508-1510

Why people climb: the relationship of participant motives and experience level to mountaineering. Journal of Leisure Research 17(3): 241-250

Why people recreate: an overview of research. Why people recreate: an overview of research: 183

Why ponder about weed control in cereals?. Comptes Rendus de la 13e Conference du COLUMA (Tome 4): 105-118

Why poor people don't co-operate: learning from traditional systems. The research relationship Practice and politics in social policy research: 111-127

Why provide? Management objectives in leisure. Leisure Management 7(1): p.23, 25

Why restaurant managers quit (and how to keep them). Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly 27(3): 36-43

Why should anyone care about diversity in crop plants?. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 67(1): 280-281

Why some succeed where others fail. Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly 28(3): 33-37

Why study Canadian fisheries? An introduction to recent sociological research. Rural Sociologist 7(5): 441-452

Why stumpage prices differ between ownerships: a statistical examination of state and forest service sales in Montana. Forest Ecology and Management 18(3): 219-236

Why the Anufo do not eat frogmeat: the importance of taboo-making for development work. African Affairs 86(342): 59-72

Why the flora of Australia is worth preserving. Weeds on ic land an action plan for today Proceedings of a Symposium presented by the Weed Science Society of Victoria Inc and the School of Environmental Science, Monash, held at Monash University, Clayton Victoria, Australia, 19-20 May, 1988: 46

Why the most incompetent are on the village council. Development projects in an Indian village in Ecuador. Sociologia Ruralis 28(2/3): 199-215

Why the pollen of anemophilous plants is smooth: evidence from the Compositae. American Journal of Botany 73(5): 752

Why tines should be mounted in the direction of rotation. Landtechnik 43(2): 97-99

Why wait any longer for a national food policy?. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 80(4): 199-200

Why were strawberries so small in 1986?. Frugtavleren 16(8): 263-264

Why wheat is coming out of our ears. Economist, UK 303(7501): p.71

Why?. Media Education Journal (3): 4-13

Wide frame tractive vehicle for controlled-traffic research. Paper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (87-1518): 11

Wide hybridization in okra. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 74(4): 483-486

Wide hybridization in the genus Brassica. I. B. tournefortii X B. campestris and B. nigra X B. alboglabra. 7th International rapeseed congress, Poznan, Poland, 11-14 May, 1987: 121

Wide hybridization in triticale and wheat breeding. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki, Moscow, USSR (10): 46-51

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Widespread diseases of honeybees and larvae in the 5-year period 1980-84 in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Veterinarski Glasnik 40(7/8): 505-508

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Widespread occurrence of the restriction endonuclease YenI, an isoschizomer of PstI, in Yersinia enterocolitica serotype O8. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 54(2): 577-580

Widespread occurrence of thrips, Stenchaetothrips minutus Van Deventer on sugarcane at Pravara Nagar (Distt. Ahmednagar) Maharashtra. Entomology Newsletter (18): 6-7

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Wigan pier. Back to reality. Leisure Management 7(6): 31-32

Wild Artemisia of the Crimea in nature and under cultivation. Byulleten' Gosudarstvennogo Nikitskogo Botanicheskogo Sada (62): 68-73

Wild Brassica characterization. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter (67): 52-53

Wild Eleusine species in Kenya. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter (67): 53-54

Wild and cultivated proso millet responses to plant growth regulators. HortScience 20(6): 942-944

Wild and exotic mushroom cultivation in North America. A growers' and gourmets' guide to the new edible species. Wild and exotic mushroom cultivation in North America A growers' and gourmets' guide to the new edible species (Ed. 2): 59

Wild animals of Europe: surveillance of the diseases of mammals and birds. Faune sauvage d' Europe Surveillance sanitaire et pathologie des mammiferes et des oiseaux: 407

Wild apricot of Kazakhstan as an object of introduction. Ratsional' noe ispol' zovanie rastitel' nykh resursov Kazakhstana: 220-223

Wild barley Hordeum spontaneum L. in Egypt. Biological Conservation 37(4): 291-300

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Wild bee communities of xerothermic dune habitats in the Torun Basin. Studia Societatis Scientiarum Torunensis, E Zoologia 10(4): 257-311 + 13 tables

Wild boar as a pest of sugarcane in Goa. Indian Sugar Crops Journal 11(1/4): 57-58

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Wild fires in forest tree plantations in Nigerian savannas. Geo Eco Trop 9(3-4): 207-217

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Wild perennial grasses of the northern Kola region. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 103: 48-50

Wild pig control with electric fences, an example of an efficient method for the protection of young coconut plantations. Oleagineux 41(12): 557-562

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Wild poinsettia control in soybeans. Proceedings, Southern Weed Science Society, 39th annual meeting: 475

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Wild species of Papaver sect. Oxytona as possible donors of new alkaloid characteristics to the opium poppy. International symposium on conservation of genetic resources of aromatic and medicinal plants, 9-11 May, 1984, Oeiras, Portugal: 101-103

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Wild yeasts in brewing and distilling. Brewing microbiology: 187-205

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Wilderness information specialists at portals: information disseminators and gatherers. General Technical Report, Intermountain Research Station, USDA Forest Service (INT-212): 489-493

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Wildlife management - a case study of a wildlife park in Kumaon. Ecology of rural India Vol I: 153-162

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Wildlife use of wetlands on coal surface mines in western Pennsylvania. Wetlands and water management on mined lands: 337-352

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