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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 2004

Chapter 2004 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Weil's syndrome in a zoologist. Medical Journal of Australia 144(11): 597, 600-1

Weld cracking in reformer outlet parts after 12 years in service. Ammonia plant safety and related facilities Vol 28: 45-52

Welded rails on narrow-gauge railways. Lesnaya Promyshlennost' (8): 26-27

Welfare as politics in Sri Lanka. Monograph Series Centre for Developing Areas Studies, McGill University ( 22): iii + 154pp.

Welfare comparisons of U.S. dairy policies with and without mandatory supply control. American journal of agricultural economics 70(4): 848-858

Welfare effects of selected food-grain policies in India. Agricultural economics: the journal of the International Association of Agricultural Economics 4(2): 179-192

Welfare effects of the development and introduction of new rice varieties in Brazil. Wohlfahrtseffekte der Entwicklung und Einfuhrung neuer Reissorten in Brasilien: 261

Welfare from the point of view of 'play'. Too serious an attitude can produce only poor welfare. Leisure and Recreation ( 8): 9-15

Welfare implications of a preferential tariff reduction for agricultural exports from less developed countries vs. a generalized tariff reduction. Agricultural Economics 3(1): 23-48

Welfare implications of price stabilization with monopolistic trade. American journal of agricultural economics 71(1): 43-54

Welfare implications of regional economic models with application to the Animas-La Plata Project. Dissertation Abstracts International A, Humanities and Social Sciences 50(3): p.751

Welfare implications of resticted triazine herbicide use in the Chesapeake Bay Region. Marine Resource Economics 5(3): 243-258

Welfare implications of tubewell irrigation in Bangladesh. Water Resources Bulletin 24(5): 1057-1063

Welfare losses due to agricultural policy: a Nordic comparison. Rapport Institutionen for Ekonomi, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet ( 18): 47pp. + app.

Welfare measurement concepts for nonmarketed resources. Special Publication University of Georgia, College of Agriculture Experiment Stations ( 53): 10pp.

Well-tried and new beneficial organisms. Practical knowledge obtained in biological pest control in ornamental cultivation under glass and possibilities for its development. Deutscher Gartenbau 43(42): 2548-2553

Wellcome-Mahidol University-Oxford Tropical Medicine Research on severe malaria. SEAMEO Quarterly 11(4): 40-41

Wellness. Recreation Canada 47(2): 8-55

Welsh hill farming machinery and topographical limitations. Welsh hill farming machinery and topographical limitations: 52

Werneckiella equi equi infection in a foal stock. Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja 44(9): 540

Wernicke's encephalopathy during total parenteral nutrition: observation in one case. Jpen. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition 12(6): 626-627

Wescot juice purification system. Cukoripar 43(1): 12-18

Wessanen, processor of the year. All that glitters is Marigold. Dairy Foods 90(12): 102-104, 106, 108

Wessanen, processor of the year. Crowley has lots of crow about. Dairy Foods 90(12): 112-114, 116, 118

Wesselsbron virus disease. The arboviruses: epidemiology and ecology Volume V: 31-57

West Africa: some fertilizer and agricultural figures. Fertilizer use and crop production IFA regional meeting held in Senegal, February 1987 (A/87/38): 7-13

West African Dwarf sheep in an extensive management system in north-west Cameroon. Revue d' Elevage et de Medecine Veterinaire des Pays Tropicaux 41(4): 449-458

West Germany outbound. Travel and Tourism Analyst ( 4): 38-59

West Indian cricket: a cultural contradiction?. Arena Review 14(1): 13-24

West Nile fever. The arboviruses: epidemiology and ecology Volume V: 59-88

West Virginia forest land value and the property tax. West Virginia Forestry Notes (13): 29-33

Western Apostolic Region: towards a new civilization of leisure, what implications for the church?. Haltes ( 59): 17-24

Western Australian Department of Agriculture. Annual Report. Western Australian Department of Agriculture Annual Report: 105

Western Canada rabies diagnoses, January 1-June 30, 1989. Canadian Veterinary Journal 30(11): 902

Western Europe tourism in perspective. Tourism and economic development Western European experiences: 12-38

Western Indian reservation tourism development. Annals of Tourism Research 16(3): 360-376

Western Pacific Region. Ascariasis and its prevention and control: 185-205

Western and indigenous principles of irrigation water distribution. Irrigation: Theory and Practice: 675-681

Western blot analyses and LD50 determinations of Toxoplasma gondii isolates. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology, 233-4: 355-364

Western blot test for serological diagnosis of equine infectious anaemia. Journal of Veterinary Medicine, B Infectious Diseases, Immunology, Food Hygiene, Veterinary Public Health 36(1): 49-56

Western cherry fruit fly (Diptera: Tephritidae): efficacy of homemade and commercial traps. Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia, 85: 53-57

Western corn rootworm (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) larval survival and damage potential to corn subjected to nitrogen and plant density treatments. Journal of Economic Entomology 81(5): 1450-1455

Western corn rootworm damage in maize: greenhouse technique and plant response. Crop Science 29(2): 412-415

Western dwarf mistletoe infects understory Jeffrey pine seedlings on Cleveland National Forest, California. Research Note Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service (PSW-386): 2

Western equine encephalomyelitis. The arboviruses: epidemiology and ecology Volume V: 89-137

Western gall rust dynamics and impact in young lodgepole pine stands in west-central Alberta. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 18(11): 1437-1442

Western immunoblot and flagellum enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for serodiagnosis of Lyme borreliosis. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 28(9): 2148-2150

Western pine shoot borer (Lepidoptera: Olethreutidae) response to site preparation in ponderosa pine plantations. Journal of Economic Entomology 82(2): 543-547

Western spruce budworm and forest-management planning. Technical Bulletin United States Department of Agriculture (1696): v + 88

Western spruce budworm control project on the Big Timber Ranger District, Gallatin National Forest, Montana. Report Northern Region, USDA Forest Service (87-8): 5

Western spruce budworm damage to sprayed and unsprayed young Douglas-fir. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 3(2): 44-46

Western trade of the GDR. Westhandel der DDR: 472

Western white pine: an annotated bibliography. General Technical Report Intermountain Research Station, USDA Forest Service (INT-232): 138

Westwide investigations of potential irrigation-induced water quality problems: preliminary results. Toxic Substances in Agricultural Water Supply and Drainage ICID National Meeting papers, 1987: 37-48

Westworld Travel. Travel and tourism: 253-264

Wet and dry deposition of sulfur and nitrogen compounds in Ontario. Atmospheric Environment 22(12): 2763-2772

Wet belly in mink. Diagnosis using the urine testing strip method. Faglig Arsberetning 1987, Dansk Pelsdyravlerforening: 106-111

Wet beriberi can even occur in present-day Denmark. Ugeskrift for Laeger 150(33): 1985-1986

Wet core and rotting in gerberas on the level. A better climate is needed for vertical temperature differences. Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 45(25): 70-71

Wet deposition estimates from long-term bulk and event wet-only samples of incident precipitation and throughfall. Journal of environmental quality 17(4): 619-622

Wet detention areas for drainage from citrus groves. Agricultural Engineering Proceedings of the 11th international congress on agricultural engineering: 343-348

Wet feeding without leftovers. Praktijkonderzoek Varkenshouderij 3(2): 5-6

Wet microwave digestion of diet and fecal samples for inductively coupled plasma analysis. Analytical Chemistry: 2060-2062

Wet rots: recognition and control. Building Research Establishment Digest ( 345): 1-12

Wet season population fluctuations of green leafhoppers, Nephotettix spp. on Jaya rice. Journal of Advanced Zoology, 91: 41-45

Wet silage in non-polluting foil silos. Landtechnik 45(2): 63-65

Wet, occult and dry deposition of pollutants on forests. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 47(2-4): 221-238

Wet-fixed, trichrome-stained cytologic specimens in private equine practice. Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian 11(4): 485-492

Wet-mount examination for the diagnosis of trichomoniasis. JAMA 259(24): 3560-3560

Wet-nurses in early modern England: some evidence from the Townshend archive. Medical History 33(3): 360-370

Wet-salted freshwater fish (fassiekh) production in Sudan. FAO Fisheries Report ( 400, Supplement): 176-180

Wet-to-dry transition of smectite as revealed by humidity-controlled electron microscopy. Clays and Clay Minerals 38(3): 327-330

Wetland buffer areas for treatment of pumped agricultural drainage water. Proceedings 14th International Congress on Irrigation and Drainage Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ( 1-A): 31-47

Wetland conservation and ecological reserves in British Columbia. Symposium ' 87 Wetlands/Peatlands: 617-624

Wetland conservation in Finland. Suomen Akatemian Julkaisuja (4): 5-9

Wetland conservation in Latin America. Water Quality Bulletin 14(2): 81-87, 104

Wetland delineation with vegetation-soil correlations in sandhill and rainwater basin wetlands of Nebraska. Symposium ' 87 Wetlands/Peatlands: 509-515

Wetland economics and assessment: an annotated bibliography. Wetland economics and assessment: an annotated bibliography: xiv + 194

Wetland management: a shared responsibility. Drylands, wetlands, croplands: turning liabilities into assets: 17-33

Wetland modelling. Wetland modelling: 238

Wetland modelling - an introduction and overview. Wetland modelling: 1-8

Wetland resources in the upper River Derwent catchment of the southern Pennines of England, with particular reference to springs, flushes and spring-mires. Suomen Akatemian Julkaisuja (4): 40-45

Wetland vegetation in the inner Fusch Valley (Fuscher Rotmoos and Kafertalmoor) (Hohe Tauern, Salzburg, Austria). Telma 18: 175-191

Wetlands and resource management within Canada's National Parks System. Symposium ' 87 Wetlands/Peatlands: 647-655

Wetlands and subsistence-based economies in Alaska, USA. Arctic and Alpine Research 21(14): 329-340

Wetlands and wastewater: Kinross, Michigan. Wetlands 10(1): 77-92

Wetlands conservation policy in Canada: recommendations by non-government organizations. Symposium ' 87 Wetlands/Peatlands: 671-676

Wetlands ecology and conservation: emphasis in Pennsylvania. Wetlands ecology and conservation: emphasis in Pennsylvania: xiv + 395 pp.

Wetlands for treatment of municipal wastewater. Majumdar, S K , Et Al (Ed ) Pennsylvania Academy Of Science Publications: Wetlands Ecology And Conservation: Emphasis in Pennsylvania Xiv+395p Pennsylvania Academy Of Science: Easton, Pennsylvania, Usa Illus Maps 300-314

Wetlands of Canada. Wetlands of Canada: xiv + 542

Wetlands of the southern Hudson Bay coast in Ontario. Symposium ' 87 Wetlands/Peatlands: 435-442

Wetlands preservation policy gains new stature. Farmline 11(2): 4-7

Wetlands protection: perspective of the States and long-term policy direction. Renewable Resources Journal 7(3): 8-11

Wetlands wastewater treatment-Blue Quills School, St. Paul, Alberta. Symposium ' 87 Wetlands/Peatlands: 233-240

Wettability of chemically modified wood. Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 48(2): 61-65

Wettable porous plastic for use as a porous barrier in soil hydraulic studies. Soil Science Society of America Journal 53(3): 979-981

Wetting front instability - 1. Theoretical discussion and dimensional analysis. Water Resources Research 25(6): 1187-1194

Wetting front instability as a rapid and far-reaching hydrologic process in the vadose zone. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 3(2-4): 207-226

Wetting front instability in unsaturated porous media: a three-dimensional study in initially dry sand. Transport in Porous Media 5(3): 247-268

Wetting properties of Fe and Ca humates. Science of the Total Environment 62: 267-270

What about 'disguised unemployment' in agriculture of developing countries and all theories around?. Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture 28(2): 126-153

What about mosquitoes and saliva? Or, is the human immunodeficiency virus transmitted in other ways?. Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association 81(7): 399-400

What advantages for the large agricultural regions of Europe?. Economie and Finances Agricoles ( 253): 7-15

What affects progress in conservation compliance planning? The Missouri experience. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44(5): 409-414

What agriculture for the developing countries?. Esope 36(464): 9-14

What are the aims in animal breeding?. Presse Informationen, German Democratic Re ic (56): 5-6

What are the challenges for wine production as 1992 comes around and what role can wine bottling and distribution enterprises play in relation to mass marketing activities. Progres Agricole et Viticole 107(6): 139-142

What are the costs of running goats?. Journal of Agriculture, Western Australia 29(2): 41-47

What are the functions of the catecholamines and 5-hydroxytryptamine in parasitic nematodes?. Comparative biochemistry of parasitic helminths: 25-34

What are we promoting? A case study of the introduction of a new milling technology in a rural area in Zimbabwe. Journal of Social Development in Africa 5(1): 73-81

What becomes of the transpiration stream?. New Phytologist 114(3): 341-368

What can Crohn's patients eat?. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 42(8): 703-708

What can IR-spectroscopy contribute to the realization of computer-integrated-manufacturing (CIM) in the milk and food industry. Deutsche Molkerei Zeitung 109(39): 1196-1198, 1200-1201

What can agriculture do for the poorest rural groups?. The balance between industry and agriculture in economic development Proceedings of the eighth world congress of the International Economic Association, Delhi, India Volume 4: Social effects: 110-135

What can be done against thuya wilt caused by wood-eating insects?. Phytoma (402): 61-64

What can be expected from selection in Belgian Blue cattle?. Annales de Medecine Veterinaire 133(2): 89-114

What can be learned from traditional small-scale irrigation?. ILEIA Newsletter 5(1): 18

What can in vitro methods tell us about mineral availability?. Biological Trace Element Research 19(1-2): 3-10

What can silage produce? - an R & D view. Occasional Symposium, British Grassland Society ( 23): 31-41

What causes flavour loss in ice cream?. Modern Dairy 68(6): 18-19

What characterizes elderly women who overuse vitamin and mineral supplements?. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 88(3): 347-348

What colour will my kittens be?. De quelle couleur seront mes chatons?: 104pp.

What cost disease? In: Management matters in 1988. Study, Farm Management Unit, Department of Agriculture and Department of Agricultural Economics and Management, University of Reading (18): 7-13

What counts is the athlete. Olympic Review ( 267): 25-27

What do American women eat?. Marketing US agriculture: 70-75

What do New Zealand adolescents know about nutrition?. Australian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics 47(2): 47-51

What do agricultural income and productivity measurements really mean?. Agricultural Economics 2(2): 139-157

What do animal models teach us about feeding behaviour? Pharmacological contributions. Cahiers de Nutrition et de Dietetique 24(3): 188-194

What do fruit fly songs mean?. Florida Entomologist 71(4): 462-466

What do international comparisons of health care expenditures really show?. Community Medicine 11(2): 116-123

What do middle-aged New Zealanders eat? A dietary survey in 50-54 year olds in south Canterbury and north Otago. New Zealand Medical Journal 101(843): 159-162

What do travellers know about malaria. Lancet British edition 2(8676): 1395-1396

What do we know about spontaneous abortion mechanisms?. American Journal of Reproductive Immunology 19(1): 28-37

What do we know about the action of orellanine ?. Documents Mycologiques 20(77): 71-76

What do we know and what do we need to know about physiology, nutrition and breeding of dairy animals?. Beretning fra Statens Husdyrbrugsforsog ( 666): 7-11

What do we know today about L(+)- and D(-)-lactic acid?. SMK Schrift, Schweizerische Milchkommission ( 2): 39-49

What do we mean by recreational deprivation?. Sport and Leisure 30(2): 2-4

What do younger type I diabetics eat in Sweden? A multicentre study on food and nutrient consumption. Naringsforskning 31(3): 99-105

What does Insegar bring for fruit-culture in the Southern Tyrol?. Obstbau Weinbau 25(6): 186-188

What does marker selection offer for traits with low heritability?. Tierarztliche Umschau 44(10): 657-666

What does membership in an association of forest enterprises cost?. Forst und Holzwirt 41(13): 345-348

What does the 1987 cereals harvest teach us?. Kooperation 22(3): 101-104

What does the future hold for farmers?. Livre commemoratif 1979-1989: 125-131

What does the future market for sweeteners look like?. Zuckerindustrie 114(10): 818-828

What does the piece-volume law mean today?. Forstarchiv 57(2): 72-74

What effect does PP333 have on flower formation and fruit set of apple cultivars?. Erwerbsobstbau 30(5): 134-136

What effect does climate have on the appearance of the 'new type' of forest damage?. Dendronatura 8(2): 9-24

What evenness of distribution on single grains is produced by seed dressing equipment?. Gesunde Pflanzen 41(1): 24-28

What ever happened to poverty alleviation?. World Development Oxford 17(7): 1033-1044

What evolution maximizes. Functional Ecology 3(2): 129-136

What farmers don't know can't help them: the strengths and weaknesses of indigenous technical knowledge in Honduras. Agriculture and Human Values 6(3): 25-31

What farmers expect with low inventory distribution systems for agricultural machinery. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers (88-1518): 5

What form should the peasant economy take?. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki Moskva ( 6): 10-16

What future for meat and bone meal?. Feed Compounder 10(6): 64-68

What future for the Sahel?. OECD Observer (153): 19-21

What future for weed competition studies?. VIIIe Colloque International sur la Biologie, l' Ecologie et la Systematique des Mauvaises Herbes (Vol. 2): 649-656

What future is there for collaboration between hotels and travel companies?. Rassegna di Studi Turistica (8): 67-76

What good are sports? Reflections on the psychological outcomes of physical performance. New Zealand Journal of Health, Physical Education and Recreation 23(2): 3-7, 10-11

What happened to guinea worm control? An issue of water quality and health improvements. Water International 15(1): 27-34

What happened to the land question in Zimbabwe? Rural reform in the 1980s. Working Paper Series Institute of Social Studies, The Hague ( 91): 41pp.

What happens to the fat when retail cuts of beef and pigmeat are cooked. Naringsforskning 32(4): 155-161

What has happened since the United Nations' project?; Thermal water and medical tourism; The town and thermal water. Varosepites 24(4): 5-8; 11-12; 12-15

What has happened to the rice borers during the past 40 years in Japan?. JARQ Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly 21(4): 264-268

What has the plant producer to notice in the management of poisonous pesticides in the future?. Besseres Obst 35(3): 23-25

What hinders rational control of the Colorado beetle?. Zashchita Rastenii Moskva (7): 39-40

What hygiene can achieve - how to achieve hygiene. Elimination of pathogenic organisms from meat and poultry: 269-283

What industry needs from academe. Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly 30(3): 96-99

What influence have cooperative associations on the quality of products?. Presse Informationen, German Democratic Re ic (123): 2-3

What is 'an average family' for recreation planning?. Australian Parks and Recreation 25(3): 12-15

What is Brachycaudus semisubterraneus Borner? (Homoptera, Aphididae). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 35(4-5): 249-255

What is Pyrus sinensis Lindl. (Rosaceae)?. Novosti Sistematiki Vysshikh Rastenii 25: 92-95

What is Thrips palmi? a new quarantine pest in Europe. Gesunde Pflanzen 41(2): 63-67

What is a forest pest?. Insect outbreaks: 59-80

What is a healthy food?. Food chemistry3(1): 53-80

What is alternative agriculture?. American Journal of Alternative Agriculture 4(1): 28-32; 32-34

What is an immigrant arthropod?. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 83.1: 9-14

What is happening in Ascomycete classification?. Mycologist 2(2): 55-64

What is happening to forest growth?. Kungl Skogs och Lantbruksakademiens Tidskrift (Supplement 22): 47-56

What is happening with 'Mona Lisa'?. Deutscher Gartenbau 41(25): 1480-1481

What is hidden in the results of the Technical Management of Sow Herds and Technical-Economic Management schemes for 1989?. Techni Porc 13(4): 21-30

What is in the winter diet for horses?. Konevodstvo i Konnyi Sport ( 12): 7-8

What is kefir and how can it be made?. Modern Dairy 68(4): 18-19

What is known of Insegar in viticulture. Obstbau Weinbau 25(6): 189

What is left for researchers in liming ? A critical review of state-of-the art acidification mitigation. Lake and Reservoir Management 4(1): 87-97

What is meant today by farmers' mutual aid?. Presseinformationen Ministerium fur Land , Forst , und Nahrungsguterwirtschaft, Berlin ( 116): p.5

What is missing in the village? Empirical report on the situation of women in rural areas. Forderungsdienst 38(1): [Sonderbeilage] 15-19

What is morphology?. International Journal of Insect Morphology and Embryology 17(6): 409-417

What is natural?. Food chemistry3(1): 43-51

What is television doing to the hospitality industry's image?. Hospitality Education and Research Journal 13(3): 529-540

What is the changing role of dealers? (Farm machinery distribution systems for the 21st century). Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers (88-1519): 6

What is the cost of animal welfare in pig husbandry?. Landwirtschaft Schweiz 2(7): 373-376

What is the fungus that causes glume blotch of wheat called?. Vaxtskyddsnotiser 52(4): 91-93

What is the future for farms in Walloon Brabant?. Agriculteur 92(8): p.5, 12

What is the future of broad patents? The lessons of t-PA. Biofutur ( 78): 29-35

What is the maximum production on Otago Hill country above 700 metres altitude?. Proceedings of the New Zealand Grassland Association 50: 243-247

What is the most economic system for photoperiodic illumination of chrysanthemums in winter?. Revue Suisse de Viticulture, d' Arboriculture et d' Horticulture 20(5): 299-300

What is the non-additive genetic effect?. Leipziger Tierzuchtsymposium, Karl Marx Universitat Populationsgenetische Grundlagen und ihre Umsetzung in der praktischen Tierzucht: 45-51

What is the optimum stockpile of tree-length logs?. Lesnaya Promyshlennost' (8): 17

What is the potential of avirulent influenza viruses to complement a cleavable hemagglutinin and generate virulent strains?. Virology. 171(2): 484-492

What is the real cost of outdoor sports facility provision?. Leisure Manager 8(9): p.39, 41-42, 44

What is the situation in practice with fertigation?. Fruitteelt 78(15): 30-31

What is the situation with regard to cinema-going?. Developpement Culturel ( 80): 6pp.

What is the true identity of Aphodius hieroglyphicus castilianus J. Daniel, 1903? (Col., Scarabaeoidea). Boletin de la Asociacion Espanola de Entomologia 10: 303-307

What is the use of magnetized water?. Sel' skii Mekhanizator ( 2): 30

What is the value of ethnographic data? General reflections and examples from experience for the ideal and practice in anthropological fieldwork. Giessener Beitrage zur Entwicklungsforschung Reihe 1, Symposien (16): 75-99

What is the water situation in agriculture. Presseinformationen Ministerium fur Land , Forst , und Nahrungsguterwirtschaft, Berlin ( 36): 3-4

What is tourism? Definitions, concepts and characteristics. Journal of Tourism Studies 1(1): 3-8

What is your diagnosis. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 196(4): 639-640

What is your diagnosis?. Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde 131(1): 33-34

What is your diagnosis? Aspergillosis in an Amazon parrot. Point Veterinaire 22(128): 137-139

What is your diagnosis? Massive Cyathostoma infection in a horse. Point Veterinaire 21(126): 911-913

What is your diagnosis? What therapeutic measures do you propose? Capillaria plica infection in a dog. Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde 131(4): 213-214

What it means to be physically educated. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance 61(3): 100-101

What kind of freedom is cutting your hair?. Monash Papers on Southeast Asia, Centre of Southeast Asian Studies, Monash University (18): 63-77

What kind of woodland and forest do people prefer?. People, trees and woods Proceedings of the 1989 Countryside Recreation Conference, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, 19-21 September 1989: 37-51

What makes a recreation specialist? The case of rockclimbing. Social science and natural resource recreation management: 81-90

What makes development?. D + C, Development and Cooperation ( 6): 17-20

What makes lipids so important in flavours of dairy products?. Indian Dairyman 41(5): 241-246

What new challenges should CIP scientists face in client-oriented, participatory R&D? Discussion paper. The social sciences at CIP Report of the third social science planning conference, held at CIP, Lima, Peru, September 7-10, 1987: 225-229

What one needs to know about the external parasites of cattle. Bulletin des GTV (3): 95-98

What opportunities are offered by starting vegetable growing?. Gemuse 25(7): 354-355

What options does a grazing ruminant have? The effect of fasting and restricted feeding time on the ingestive and processing behaviour of cattle. Dissertation Abstracts International B, Sciences and Engineering 50(8): 3282B

What our students should know: perspectives from business and academia. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 37(2): 303-317

What plant breeders expect of biotechnology. DLG Mitteilungen 104(20): 1034-1035

What pollen types are present in honeys of the Swiss Mittelland?. Schweizerische Bienen Zeitung 112(3): 145-150

What price heritage?. Leisure Management 10(2): 38-39, 41

What price tourism? Malaysian village wiped out for tourist runway. Contours Bangkok 4(5): 22-23

What progress on primary health care?. OECD Observer1990; ( 161): 14-17

What prospects for management of rural areas?. Fourrages ( 119): 199-217

What role for irrigation in rural economic development in Indian country?. Western Wire (Spring): 18-24

What role for the Federconsorzi? Cooperative, public agency, international holding, or lobbying centre?. QA, Questione Agraria ( 36): 83-118

What role land use planning in the restructuring of American agriculture?. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 43(6): 468-471

What should be taken into consideration in training and extension? Example: thoughts on training programmes for small farmers in Peru. Entwicklung + Landlicher Raum 23(5): 25-28

What should farmers' working hours be?. INRA Sciences Sociales (6): 4

What should the basic logging tractor be like?. Lesnaya Promyshlennost' (9): 28-29

What sort of shelterbelts does agriculture need: forest belts or tree belts?. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo (1): 40-43

What to do about food poisoning?. British food journal1(4): 11-13

What to remember when criticizing Norway spruce. Allgemeine Forstzeitschrift (27-28): 757-759, 779

What tourism means to Oxfordshire. Oxcom (March/April): 15-16

What type of horse is needed at farms? (The working ability of heavy draft horses). Konevodstvo i Konnyi Sport ( 9): 9-10

What type of livestock farming strategy is best in the face of quotas? (2). Elevages Belges ( 1): 9-11

What use prairie potholes?. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44(3): 196-198

What voluntary approach?. Ecos 10(2): 36-40

What we do and do not know about the nest-site preferences of African honey bees. Africanized honey bees and bee mites: 87-90

What we know about mountain development: common property, investment priorities, and institutional arrangements. Mountain Research and Development 9(1): 3-14

What will I become? Play helps with the answer. Play and Culture 3(3): 193-205

What will bacteria do next?. New Scientist ( 1657): 24-25

What will be expected of professional agroforesters?. Professional education in agroforestry Proceedings of an international workshop, 5-10 December 1982, Nairobi, Kenya: 156-163

What will happen to breeders in the German Democratic Republic?. Tierzuchter 42(9): 386-388

What will replace stabilisers?. Agra Europe British edition (No 1346): P/1-P/2

What you need to know. Useful techniques for plant sciences: 1-38

What's available as substitutes for 2,4-D. Proceedings, 27th Virginia Turfgrass Conference and Trade Show: 83-84

What's going on over there: a Pacific Rim update. Resources in Education 24(4): p.162

What's in a dome?: marketing the new age of leisure. Leisure Manager 8(1): 54-55

What's in a name ? - microbial secondary metabolism. Advances in Applied Microbiology 34: 1-28

What's in a name! - Fiji taro beetle re-identified. Information Circular, South Pacific Commission (104): 1

What's new in nitrogen fixation. ASM News 55(1): 15-21

What's new in the mechanisms of host resistance to Candida albicans infection?. Pathology, Research and Practice 186(4): 527-534

What's the attraction?. Leisure Management 10(8): 22-25

What's the attraction? Success in the market for places to visit. Volume 1: a guide for operators. What' s the attraction? Success in the market for places to visit Volume 1: a guide for operators: 74pp.

What's the best vacuum level?. Hoard' s Dairyman 134(14): 621

What's the mainland market for Chinese taro and who's the competition?. Research Extension Series Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources ( 114): 6-19

What's the problem? The detection, recognition, and sampling of tree pests. Technical Note Canadian Forestry Service Maritimes (156): 12

What's your diagnosis? What treatment do you suggest?. Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde 130(3): 145-148

What's your radiographic diagnosis?. Iowa State University Veterinarian 51(1): 28-29

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

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

Wheat (Triticum vulgare) drying. Effect of final grain temperature and time and intensity of drying on changes in breadmaking quality. Alimentaria 22(164): 77-82

Wheat P requirements on calcareous Moroccan soils. II. As estimated by the Olsen P soil test and plant uptake. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 20(7-8): 893-908

Wheat P requirements on calcareous Moroccan soils: I. A comparison of Olsen, Soltanpour and CaCl2 soil tests. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 20(7-8): 869-891

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Wheat embryo DNA polymerase A reverse transcribes natural and synthetic RNA templates. Biochemical characterization and comparison with animal DNA polymerase gamma and retroviral reverse transcriptase. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1048(2-3): 139-148

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Wheat gluten feed improved through biotechnology. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Gent 53(4a): 1839-1845

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Wheat hay storage. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 89-1513): 17 pp.

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Wheat inputs and the law of one price. Agribusiness New York 5(5): 489-496

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Wheat production and the growing food crisis in the Middle East. Food Policy 14(4): 378-384

Wheat production constraints in tropical environments. Proceedings of the international conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 19-23 January 1987. Wheat production constraints in tropical environments Proceedings of the international conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 19-23 January 1987: viii + 410

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Wheat production potential in Africa. Wheat production potential in Africa: vi + 169

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Wheat recovery from drought stress at the tillering stage of development. Field Crops Research. 24(1-2): 67-86

Wheat research and development in Pakistan. Wheat research and development in Pakistan: 129

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Wheat response to copper in an organic paddy soil. Revista Brasileira de Ciencia do Solo 12(3): 275-279

Wheat response to phosphorus fertilization in the humid Pampa Arenosa region and prediction models. Ciencia del Suelo 5(2): 166-174

Wheat root system responses to different tillage techniques. Agricoltura Mediterranea 120(2): 180-183

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Wheat substitutions in hexaploid triticale. Plant Breeding. 102(2): 109-112

Wheat supplements and carcass value of broilers. Mitteilungsblatt der Bundesanstalt fur Fleischforschung ( 104): 184-191

Wheat tolerance to fenoxaprop-ethyl, a grass herbicide. Proceedings, 44th annual meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society: 1-5

Wheat varietal response to sulfur. Journal of Plant Nutrition 12(7): 909-922

Wheat variety test. Annual progress report, Northeast Research Station and Macon Ridge Research Station: 68-69

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Wheat volatilized ammonia and diffusion tube methodology. Dissertation Abstracts International, B Sciences and Engineering 49(4): 954B

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Wheat yield variability. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 49(4): 281-290

Wheat, extruded soyabeans, high-yielding dairy cows and farm-produced concentrates. Point Veterinaire 20(115): 85-93

Wheat, milo and raw soybeans for growing-finishing swine. Louisiana Agriculture 32(1): 12-13, 23

Wheat-germ RNA polymerase II: functional diversity in transcription. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, France 27(1): 135-149

Wheat-rye lines obtained using the technique of preliminary vegetative rapprochement. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 111: 90-91

Wheat-soybean intercropping studies under different row proportions. Karnataka Journal of Agricultural Sciences 2(3): 156-159

Wheat-supplemented DKA mixture for broiler chickens during their late fattening period. Biuletyn Informacyjny Przemysu Paszowego 28(2): 36-44

Wheat. Overview of durum and soft wheat cultivar trials in 1989-1990. Terra e Sole 45(578): 561-573

Wheat: a complementary crop for traditional rice-growing countries of Asia. Rice farming systems New directions Proceedings of an international symposium 31 Jan 3 Feb 1987, Rice Research and Training Center, Sakha, Egypt: 255-263

Wheat: background for 1990 farm legislation. Staff Report Economic Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture ( AGES 89-56): vi + 81pp.

Wheat: chemistry and technology. Wheat: chemistry and technology (Ed. 3): 514 + 562

Wheat: three sowing dates at Capao Bonito, Sao Paulo state, Brazil, in 1981-85. Bragantia 47(2): 255-275

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Whelping results in 1983-88. Dansk Pelsdyravl 51(10): 736-738

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When and on what to operate in multiple cerebral cysticercosis cysts?. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry 51(7): 1006-1006

When appetite controls the liquid pig feeder. Landtechnik 45(2): 78-79

When bodies are weapons: masculinity and violence in sport. International Review for the Sociology of Sport 25(3): 203-220

When calamities double the yield: overcoming catastrophes in a private forest enterprise. Allgemeine Forstzeitschrift (40-41): 1069-1071

When can one stop immunotherapy with specific insect venom?. Allergologie 12(9): 361-365

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When copper was king. Africa Report 33(5): 38-40

When do Campanula species flower?. Deutscher Gartenbau 44(31): 1985-1987

When does the regulation of private forest land become taking?. Renewable Resources Journal 5(2): 15-22

When fertilizer application to maize could be excessive. Informatore Agrario 45(8): 85-90

When geography takes an interest in bee forage. Abeille de France et l' Apiculteur (731): 439-442

When is a hybrid not a hybrid?. Orchid Review 97(1145): 92-94

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When pets ingest zinc: how likely is toxicosis?. Veterinary Medicine 84(8): 777-779

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When square plots are more efficient than circular ones. West Virginia Forestry Notes (13): 8

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When the harvest is in: developing rural entrepreneurship. When the harvest is in: developing rural entrepreneurship: x + 278pp.

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Where do farm households earn their incomes?. Agriculture Information Bulletin, Economic Research Service, US Department of Agriculture ( 560): 7pp.

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Where do we go from here?; Too close for comfort. What' s New in Marketing (January): 5-6, 12-13

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Where will new customers come from?. Ski Area Management 28(2): 72-73, 94

Where's the beef?. Economist, UK 310(7593): 45-46

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Whey proteins: manufacture. Developments in dairy chemistry 4 Functional milk proteins: 245-284

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Who forgets to take the pill? The Thai experience. International Family Planning Perspectives 16(1): 23-28

Who is afraid of choices? A proposal for multi-criteria analysis as a tool for decision-making support in development planning. Journal of International Development 2(2): 209-231

Who is for cholesterol testing? Test selectively those who will benefit most. Bmj 298(6688): 1593-1594

Who is going to stay in production?. British Food Journal 91(1, Supplement): 8-9

Who is rural? or, how to be rural: towards a sociology of the rural. Rural restructuring: global processes and their responses: 21-44

Who is the child at risk?. Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 40(4): 400-404

Who makes the decision: the parent or the child? The perceived influence of parents and children on the purchase of recreation services. Journal of Leisure Research 22(3): 244-258

Who needs the countryside?. Sport and Leisure 31(4): 22-24

Who owns what? Land registration and tensions in gender relations of production in Kenya. Agriculture, women and the land: the African experience: 157-176

Who participates in land development?. Recreatie 27(9): 10-11

Who plants hunger and harvests surplus. Contributions to a development policy criticism of EC agricultural policy. Wer Hunger pflanzt und Uberschuss erntet Beitrage zu einer entwicklungspolitischen Kritik der EG Agrarpolitik (Ed. 2): 352

Who reads literature? Survey data on the reading of fiction, poetry, and drama by US adults during the 1980s. Resources in Education 24(6): p.30

Who says it has to be UHT?. Dairy Foods 89(5): 43-44

Who shares? Co-operatives and rural development. Who shares? Co operatives and rural development: x + 432

Who should have their cholesterol concentration measured? What experts in the United Kingdom suggest. Bmj 298(6688): 1615-1616

Who wins and who loses from agriculture and food biotechnology: some policy implications. AFPC Staff Report, Agricultural and Food Policy Center, Texas A and M University (88-7): 11

Who's doing what in development education? A US development education directory. Who' s doing what in development education? A US development education directory: xi + 388

Who's who in the French animal health industry. Who' s who in the French animal health industry: 136 pp.

Who's who in the countryside. Farm Management 7(3): 163-171

Who's who in the environment. Who' s who in the environment: 48

Whole and ground corn combinations for finishing cattle. North Dakota Farm Research 46(6): 18-19

Whole animal section in situ hybridization and protein blotting: new tools in molecular analysis of animal models for human disease. Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology 143: 33-54

Whole block disinfestation of cockroaches and other pests on an estate of multi-storey dwellings. International Pest Control 30(2): 46-50

Whole blood platelet aggregation in dogs with liver disease. American Journal of Veterinary Research 50(11): 1893-1897

Whole blood platelet aggregation in uremic dogs. American Journal of Veterinary Research 50(10): 1754-1757

Whole body and regional fuel metabolism during early postexercise recovery. American Journal of Physiology 256(1 Pt 1): E167-E172

Whole body protein turnover and resting metabolic rate in homozygous sickle cell disease. Clinical Science 77(1): 93-97

Whole cell fatty acid patterns of Xenorhabdus species. Letters in Applied Microbiology 10(3): 131-135

Whole cottonseed as a supplement for dairy cattle during the dry season. Agronomia Costarricense 11(2): 221-225

Whole cottonseed in dairy goat feeds. I. Annali dell' Istituto Sperimentale per la Zootecnia 21(1): 135-146

Whole Leaf Carbon Exchange Characteristics of Phosphate Deficient Soybeans (Glycine max L.). Plant Physiology 91(3): 848-854

Whole leaves versus petioles for assessing the nitrogen status of tomatoes. Hortscience 24(1): 84-86

Whole milk. Determination of milkfat, protein and lactose content - guide for the operation of mid-infra-red instruments. International IDF Standard (141: 1988 (Provisional)): 4

Whole Plant CO(2) Exchange Measurements for Nondestructive Estimation of Growth. Plant Physiology 86(2): 355-358

Whole plant and grain yields of European maize hybrids grown under conditions of severe summer drought in southern Chile, as a function of the supply of minerals. Plant Research and Development 28: 97-109

Whole plant responses to stress in natural and agricultural systems. Plants under stress: 31-46

Whole plant senescence of sunflower following seedhead removal. Plant Physiology 91(1): 85-90

Whole plant wound inoculation for consistent reproduction of black rot of crucifers. Phytopathology 78(7): 981-986

Whole population cell kinetics of jejunal and colonic epithelium in lactating dams. Anatomical Record 228(3): 262-266

Whole rat embryos require methionine for neural tube closure when cultured on cow serum. Journal of Nutrition 119(11): 1716-1725

Whole soil N.M.R. NMR techniques and applications in geochemistry and soil chemistry: 161-181

Whole-body leucine and energy metabolism in adult women. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 42(8): 661-669

Whole-body protein synthesis in chicks with special reference to dietary protein requirements. Japanese Journal of Zootechnical Science 59(6): 568-571

Whole-crop barley, peas and field beans for dairy cows. Beretning fra Faellesudvalget for Statens Planteavls og Husdyrbrugsforsog (12): 30

Whole-farm risks of producing sugarbeets in the Red River Valley. North Dakota Farm Research 47(5): 18-21

Whole-plant enclosure studies on the effects of increased evaporative demand and soil water content on photosynthesis in maize. Dissertation Abstracts International B, Sciences and Engineering 50(1): 20B

Whole-tree harvest - nutrient relationships: a bibliography. Information Report, Petawawa National Forestry Institute, Canada (PI-X-60E/F): xi + 377

Wholemeal versus wholegrain breads: proportion of whole or cracked grain and the glycaemic response. Bmj 297(6654): 958-960

Wholesale in production means. Ekonomika Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh i Pererabatyvayushchikh Predpriyatii ( 9): 18-21

Wholesomeness of udders of East Friesian and Corriedale type ewes and relationship with productive parameters. Proceedings, VI World Conference on Animal Production: 545

Whooping cough diagnosis: a clinical evaluation of complementing culture and immunofluorescence with enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay of pertussis immunoglobulin A in nasopharyngeal secretions. Journal of Medical Microbiology 27(4): 247-254

Whooping cough in France. Bulletin Epidemiologique Hebdomadaire ( 19): 81-82

Whose dog are you?. Veterinary Times 19(6): 11

Whose heritage? The case of Matobo National Park. Journal of Southern African Studies 15(2): 217-249

Whose hybrids are the best?. Kukuruza i Sorgo (4): 43-44

Whose knowledge counts? The production of knowledge and issues of application in the sociology of sport; Some additional thoughts on developing an applied sociology of sport: a rejoinder to Ingham and Donnelly. Sociology of Sport Journal 7(1): 58-71

Whose side are they on? Leisure studies and cultural studies in Britain. Leisure Studies 8(2): 97-106

Whose side are you on?: the fieldworker in the arena of class conflict. Netherlands Review of Development Studies (1): 67-82

Whose wants in 'needs-based planning'? Some examples of unwritten agendas from the provincial integrated rural development programmes of Papua New Guinea. Public Administration and Development 9(5): 471-486

Why a Swiss branch of the IAKS has been established. Magglingen 46(9): p.19

Why a new antifungal in vaginal candidosis ?. International Journal of Experimental and Clinical Chemotherapy 2(Suppl. 1): 19-24

Why agribusiness anyway?. Agribusiness New York 5(4): 305-314

Why alter milk composition?. Journal of Dairy Science 72(10): 2790-2800

Why and how to estimate the cost of symbiotic N2 fixation? A progressive approach based on the use of 14C and 15N isotopes. Plant and Soil 115(2): 167-177

Why and how to stabilize producer prices of export crops?. Marches Tropicaux et Mediterraneens 45(2276): 1773-1780

Why apply magnesium with potash?. Phosphorus and Potassium ( 161): 20, 22, 24-28

Why are costs and prices in agriculture increasing?. Kommunist ( 3): 24-30

Why are flies so pesky?. Rural Research1990; ( 145): 29-31

Why are myrmecochorous plants limited to fynbos (macchia) vegetation types?. South African Forestry Journal, 3-5 No. 144

Why are rural people vulnerable to famine?. IDS Bulletin, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex 20(2): 8-15

Why are there so few exclusively frugivorous birds? Experiments on fruit digestibility. Oikos 54.1: 23-32

Why are there so few tree-killing bark beetles associated with angiosperms?. Oikos 54(2): 242-245

Why automate hatcheries?. Poultry 6(2): 12-13

Why bet on rural tourism?. Chambres d' Agriculture ( 768): 6pp.

Why big species of ladybird beetles are not melanic. Functional Ecology 3(2): 165-172

Why bother to do research?. Dairy research: the winds of change Proceedings, international seminar, Glasgow, UK, 31 August 1 September 1989: 7-13

Why build when you can renovate?. Dairy Foods 90(10): 138, 140, 142

Why change the method of drying and harvesting spring-sown onions?. Landbouwmechanisatie 40(7): 8-11

Why computerise?. Milk Industry London 91(10): 27

Why conifers are the chief casualties of atmospheric pollution. Arboricultural Journal 12(3): 251-255

Why coupled LC-GC? Review of some applications. Mitteilungen aus dem Gebiete der Lebensmitteluntersuchung und Hygiene 81(1): 30-38

Why did US wheat exports expand?. Agriculture Information Bulletin United States Department of Agriculture ( 564): 5pp.

Why do solitary wasps share nests?. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Ontario 119: 93-94

Why do collemboles and mites react to changes in soil acidity?. Entomologiske Meddelelser 55(2-3): 115-120

Why do fumigants remain in soils and ground water for decades. Frontiers of Plant Science 40(2): 2-3

Why do grouse have ceca? A test of the fiber digestion theory. Journal of Experimental Zoology (Suppl. 3): 87-94

Why do honeybees reject certain flowers?. Oecologia (Berlin) 69.4: 567-570

Why do mesophyll protoplasts dedifferentiate?. Progress in plant protoplast research Proceedings of the 7th International Protoplast Symposium, Wageningen, Netherlands, 6-11 December, 1987: 133-134

Why do models succeed? Introducing organizational innovation in agricultural work. Communist agriculture: farming in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe Volume 1: 185-201

Why do nonfoliar green organs of leafy orchids fail to exhibit net photosynthesis?. Lindleyana 4(2): 53-60

Why do rhododendron leaves curl?. Arnoldia Boston 50(1): 30-35, front & back inside covers

Why do schistosomes have separate sexes?. Parasitology Today 6(5): 160-163

Why do the opinions of Southern African agricultural economists differ?. Agrekon 27(3): 10-15

Why do women need judo?. Sport in the USSR ( 316): 38-42

Why do young unaquainted pigs fight, and how can we stop them?. Proceedings of the International Congress on Applied Ethology in Farm Animals, Skara, 1988: 382-383

Why does efficiency not improve?. Gazdalkodas 33(1): 49-51

Why does leasing not work?. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSR, Seriya Ekonomicheskaya ( 2): 81-85

Why does only the oak decay among species and why does not every oak decay?. Erdo 36(7): 329-330

Why does photosynthesis decline with leaf age?. Proceedings, Beltwide Cotton Production Research Conferences, 3-8 Jan 1988, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA: 50-55

Why does the alfalfa pollinating sub-tropical bee Megachile flavipes make false nesting?. Zoologischer Anzeiger, 2173-4: 228-233

Why don't slugs eat more bait? A behavioural study of early meal termination produced by methiocarb and metaldehyde baits in Deroceras carunae. Monograph British Crop Protection Council ( 41): 385-390

Why environmental influences on mastitis are important. British Mastitis Conference 1989 The Environment and Mastitis: 2-9

Why farmers rotate fields in maize-cassava-plantain bush fallow agriculture in the wet Peruvian Amazon. Human Ecology New York 17(4): 401-426

Why farmers should worry about the budget balance. Discussion Paper, Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, Lincoln College, University of Canterbury (121, Vol 2): 256-265

Why have Pneumocystis carinii trophozoites been ignored?. Journal of Clinical Pathology 43(4): 265-268

Why honeybees rear brood in winter. A theoretical study of the water conditions in the winter cluster of the honeybee, Apis mellifera. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 1283: 329-337

Why intraspecific competition is not necessarily noxious?. Colloques de l' INRA (48): 143-149

Why is agricultural policy so difficult to reform?. The political economy of US agriculture: challenges for the 1990s: 7-33

Why is agriculture made up mostly of family farms?. Berichte uber Landwirtschaft 67(2): 161-219

Why is it a good idea to eat more fish?. Var Foda 40(9-10): 450-453

Why is malaria fever periodic? A hypothesis. Parasitology Today 5(8): 264-266

Why is the bird cherry-oat aphid a pest in Sweden?. Ecological Bulletins (39): 114-115

Why is there such a large gap between productivity and site class? An introductory study of the forests of Smaland, Sweden. Rapport, Institutionen for Skogstaxering, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet (38): 49

Why leaf miner Agromyza theae (Bigot) Meij (Agromyzidae: Diptera) populations are low on tea?. Tropical Ecology, 292: 73-78

Why many Phytophthora root rots and crown rots of tree and horticultural crops remain undetected. Bulletin OEPP 20(1): 11-17

Why market services ? (1st part). Services: the post-industrial explosion. Espaces (94): 20-25

Why market services? (2nd part) The kaleidoscope of services. Espaces ( 95): 25-33

Why market services? (4th and final part): tourism, 'service dimension'. Espaces Paris ( 99): 45-48

Why market services? (part 3). The tangible and the immaterial. Espaces Paris ( 98): 32-38

Why mastitis?. Milk Producer 35(12): 25

Why measure osmotic adjustment?. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 15(6): 717-726

Why measure the vectorial capacity of sandflies?. Leishmaniasis: The current status and new strategies for control Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Study Institute on Leishmaniasis: The first centenary 1885-1985, new strategies for control, Zakinthos, Greece, 20-27 September 1987: 245-251

Why motor learning is ignored: a case of ducks, naughty theories, and unrequited love. Quest National Association for Physical Education in Higher Education 42(2): 134-142

Why not also in balcony boxes?. Gb + Gw, Gartnerborse und Gartenwelt 88(45): 1985-1987

Why not eat insects?. Why not eat insects?: 99

Why poor children stay sick. The human ecology of child health and welfare in rural Malawi. Research Report, Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, Uppsala ( 85): 111pp.

Why productivity in the hotel sector is low. Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 1(2): 28-34

Why save rural America: a theological/ethical perspective. Rural Sociologist 9(1): 19-26

Why should farmers be interested in golf?. Parks and Sports Grounds 55(11): 4-6

Why should senescence evolve? An answer based on a simple demographic model. Basic Life Sciences 42: 75-90

Why should the Olsen method be used to estimate 'available' soil phosphorus?. Agronomie 8(7): 577-584

Why silage is the most economical choice. Karjatalous 61(11): 4-5

Why study traditional agriculture?. Agroecology : 551-564

Why technological adaptation is important - thoughts in connection with a debate on the relationships between production systems and earlier agrarian policy. Gazdalkodas 32(8): 48-52

Why the intensification of crop production has priority. Presse Informationen, German Democratic Re ic (9): 2-3

Why there is fallow? Problems and prospects of crop intensification. PAC Occasional Paper Pakhribas Agricultural Centre (5): 11 pp.

Why they grow, how they grow: the mechanics of trees. Arboricultural Journal 14(1): 1-17

Why they still starve. Economist London 317(7677): p.104, 106

Why things fall apart: repeated interaction and the structure of rural financial markets. Dissertation Abstracts International A, Humanities and Social Sciences 50(4): p.1018

Why tree stakes are becoming so popular. Compact Fruit Tree 22: 33-34

Why we farm Friesians. 1989 dairy farming annual: 50-53

Why we farm Jerseys. 1989 dairy farming annual: 44-50

Wide adaptation: how wide?. Euphytica 40(3): 197-205

Wide application of the OPSI-SBW data processing project in the Leipzig area; Computerized decision making on the level of pig production; Our plan for using microcomputer technology in Weissenfalls; The use of computerization in agriculture. Kooperation 22(3): 131-132; 133-134; 138-140; 141-142

Wide bore milking systems. British Mastitis Conference 1989 The Environment and Mastitis: 33-39

Wide choice of blueberry cultivars. Groenten en Fruit 43(37): 70-71

Wide compatibility genes in rice (Oryza sativa L.). Philippine Journal of Crop Science 13(Supplement 1): S14

Wide range of technology and equipment for the food industry. Revista Espanola de Lecheria ( 8): 13...36

Wide-bore capillary gas chromatographic method for quantification of cholesterol oxidation products in egg yolk powder. Journal of food science: an official ication of the Institute of Food Technologists 54(2): 427-429

Wide-span snow retention unit. Sel' skii Mekhanizator ( 2): 21

Widening Italian agricultural trade deficit. Agra Europe British edition ( 1388): N/1-N/4

Widening the ampelographic arena in various provinces of Tuscany. I. White grapes. Rivista di Viticoltura e di Enologia 41(10): 391-428

Widening the ampelographic arena in various provinces of Tuscany. II. Red grapes. Rivista di Viticoltura e di Enologia 41(11): 439-472

Widening the range of wood species for the veneer industry. Holztechnologie 29(1): 14-17

Widespan vehicle for data collection in tillage research. Transactions of the ASAE, American Society of Agricultural Engineers 32(2): 367-372

Widespread incidence of double-stranded RNAs of unknown function in rust fungi. Canadian Journal of Botany 68(3): 669-676

Widespread occurrence of Meloidogyne incognita on kiwifruit in the coastal areas of South Carolina. Plant Disease 74(1): 81

Widespread occurrence of sugarcane bacilliform virus in U.S. sugarcane germ plasm collections. Plant Disease 74(7): 530

Widespread soil-borne fungal diseases of potato. Fungal diseases of the potato Report of the planning conference on fungal diseases of the potato held at CIP, Lima, Peru, 21-25 Sep, 1987: 159-167

Wife to the vet. Wife to the vet: 76

Wild Agaricus from Hungnan District of Qinghai Province. Zhongguo Shiyongjun Edible Fungi of China (5): 27

Wild Durio germplasm for improving fruit quality and performance of Durio zibethinus. Plant Resources of South East Asia Proceedings of the First PROSEA International Symposium, 22-25 May 1989, Jakarta, Indonesia: 261

Wild bananas of Indonesia. Plant Resources of South East Asia Proceedings of the First PROSEA International Symposium, 22-25 May 1989, Jakarta, Indonesia: 281-283

Wild bee community in an agricultural area of Rio Grande do Sul, southern Brazil, and its impact on pollination of beans and sunflowers. Chemistry and biology of social insects: 651-652

Wild bee pollinator diversity and abundance in orchard and uncultivated habitats in the Okanagan Valley, British Columbia. Canadian Entomologist, 1197-8: 735-745

Wild bees in the shadow of the honeybee. OKOL 8(2/3): 42-48

Wild bees: valiant flower-children. Wildbienen: wehrhafte Blumenkinder: 135

Wild bird and mammal ectoparasites. Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne 32(4-6): 449-447

Wild boar farming. State Veterinary Journal 42(121): 167-175

Wild boars and pulmonary paragonimiasis. Chest 96(4): 957-958

Wild buckwheat germplasm resources in Guizhou province. Zuowu Pinzhong Ziyuan (1): 13-14

Wild deer as reservoirs of bovine brucellosis and leukosis in Correze. Revue de Medecine Veterinaire 140(11): 1015-1017

Wild figs by the river Don, Sheffield. Watsonia 18(1): 84-85

Wild flower seed mixtures: supply and demand in the horticultural industry. Biological habitat reconstruction: 201-220

Wild flowers as competitors for pollinators in almond orchards. Alon Hanotea 43(12): 1307-1312

Wild flowers. Economic planting system. Parks and Sports Grounds 54(9): 14, 16

Wild forms and cultivars of currants as new sources of economic characters. Problemy intensifikatsii plodovodstva: 43-48

Wild fruit trees of Cameroon. Fruits Paris 43(10): 585-601

Wild garlic - how much of a problem is it to Kentucky wheat farmers?. Proceedings, North Central Weed Control Conference (Vol. 41): 66

Wild grape of Transcaucasia. Dikorastushchii vinograd Zakavkaz' ya: 124

Wild grasses as reservoirs of wheat brown rust in the Volga region. Mikologiya i Fitopatologiya 22(5): 454-455

Wild isolates of Plasmodium falciparum show extensive polymorphism in T cell epitopes of the circumsporozoite protein. Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 37.2: 275-280

Wild local plant derivatives as an alternative to conventional mosquito repellent. Central African Journal of Medicine 34(4): 91

Wild mandarin oranges in China. Citriculture Sixth international citrus congress, Middle East, Tel Aviv, Israel, 6-11 March 1988 Volume 1: 113-121

Wild medicinal plant resources in the mountain-forest part of the Chelyabinsk region. Rastitel' nye Resursy 25(1): 33-38

Wild medicinal plant resources in the northern, central and south-western parts of the Moscow region. Rastitel' nye Resursy 26(1): 41-46

Wild medicinal plant resources in the western parts of the Moscow region. Rastitel' nye Resursy 26(1): 47-51

Wild mice as potential reservoirs of Salmonella dublin in a closed dairy herd. Canadian Veterinary Journal 30(7): 590-592

Wild mungbean and its relatives in Australia. Biologist 35(5): 267-273

Wild mustard control in spring rapeseed with DPX-A7881 and imazamethabenz. Proceedings, North Central Weed Control Conference (Vol. 41): 61-62

Wild oat (Avena fatua L. and A. ludoviciana Dur.) in rye fields for artificial production of sclerotia of Claviceps purpurea Tul. in Istria/Yugoslavia. Symposium on integrated weed management in cereals Proceedings of an EWRS symposium, Helsinki, Finland, 4-6 June 1990: 289-296

Wild oat and foxtail control in cereals with a triallate/trifluralin granule. Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science (Vol. 41): 127-128

Wild oat competition in no-till and conventional tillage corn. Proceedings, North Central Weed Control Conference (Vol. 41): 83

Wild oat control in spring barley. Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science (Vol. 41): 127

Wild oat herbicides. Progress in Pesticide Biochemistry and Toxicology 6: 169-197

Wild oat hybrids and fatuoids in seed certification: their origin - determination - assessment. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz (Sonderheft 12): 75-81

Wild oats (Avena sterilis subsp. sterilis) and wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) competition in southern Spain: a methodological approach. Symposium on integrated weed management in cereals Proceedings of an EWRS symposium, Helsinki, Finland: 231-238

Wild pear - Pyrus pyraster. Allgemeine Forstzeitschrift (21): 520-522

Wild plants, autochthon cultivars and new introduction of some salad crops. Acta Horticulturae ( 242): 175-178

Wild populations of cocksfoot as breeding material. Mnogoletnie travy na meliorirovannykh zemlyakh Karelii: 102-106

Wild potato species - genetic sources of resistance to Phytophthora. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 115: 27-34

Wild potato species as donors of resistance to pathogens. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 115: 7-18

Wild radish (Raphanus raphanistrum) control in soft red winter wheat (Triticum aestivum). Weed Science 37(1): 112-116

Wild rats from Czechoslovakia with electrophoretic amylase variants not yet observed in the inbred strains. Rat News Letter (20): 9-11

Wild red clover - useful breeding material in the north of western Siberia. Sibirskii Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki (4): 44-48, 122

Wild relatives as sources of disease resistance. Brown, A H D , Et Al (Ed ) The Use Of Plant Genetic Resources; Workshop, Montpellier, France, September 9-12, 1986 Xi+382p Cambridge University Press: New York, New York, Usa; Cambridge, England, Uk Illus Maps 280-296

Wild rice in Canada. Publication, Agriculture Canada (1830): 130 pp

Wild sunflower germplasm collection from the eastern United States. Helia (10): 43-46

Wilderness aesthetics and metro-wildernist 'trump rights' in American wildlands policy. Western Wildlands 14(3): 27-33

Wilderness and natural areas in the eastern United States: a management challenge.. Wilderness and natural areas in the eastern United States: a management challenge [Proceedings of a symposium held at Nacogdoches, Texas, May 13-15, 1985]: 415

Wilderness campsite monitoring methods: a sourcebook. General Technical Report Intermountain Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( INT-259): 57pp.

Wilderness management: Has it come of age?. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 45(3): 360-364

Wilderness preservation and accessibility for people with disabilities: a discussion. Therapeutic Recreation Journal 23(3): 19-26

Wilderness recreation demand and value: an assessment of existing knowledge and research needs. General Technical Report Southeastern Forest Experiment Service, USDA Forest Service ( SE-52): 368-384

Wilderness recreation substitutes: the potential of lands outside the national wilderness preservation system. General Technical Report Southeastern Forest Experiment Service, USDA Forest Service ( SE-52): 336-345

Wilderness recreation use: the current situation. General Technical Report Southeastern Forest Experiment Service, USDA Forest Service ( SE-52): 346-356

Wilderness research: effects of administering agency. Society and Natural Resources 1(3): 215-225

Wilderness use and user characteristics: ending some misconceptions. Western Wildlands 14(3): 8-14

Wilderness visitor management practices: a benchmark and an assessment of progress. General Technical Report Southeastern Forest Experiment Service, USDA Forest Service ( SE-52): 394-398

Wilderness-acquired zoonoses. Management of wilderness and environmental emergencies (Edition 2): 727-757

Wildflower species needing standardized testing procedures. Newsletter of the Association of Official Seed Analysts 62(4): 10-26

Wildlands. Their protection and management in economic development. Wildlands Their protection and management in economic development: xxii + 278

Wildlife. Wilderness and natural areas in the eastern United States: a management challenge: 34-113

Wildlife and ski areas: living together. Ski Area Management 27(5): 61-62, 88-89

Wildlife as a tourism attraction. Environments Waterloo 20(3): 74-77

Wildlife benefits from conservation tillage. Special Bulletin, Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station (88-1): 9-12

Wildlife disease status in Australia. Revue Scientifique et Technique, Office International des Epizooties 7(4): 823-841

Wildlife diseases in South Africa: a review. Revue Scientifique et Technique, Office International des Epizooties 7(4): 807-821

Wildlife diseases of zoonotic importance. Summer Institute on Health, Production and Management in Wildlife May 15 to June 4, 1986: ; 184-188

Wildlife feeding and nutrition. Wildlife feeding and nutrition: xv + 343

Wildlife habitat analysis using Landsat and radiotelemetry in a GIS with application to spotted owl preference for old growth. GIS ' 87 San Francisco Second annual international conference, exhibits and workshops on geographic information systems October 26-30, 1987: 595-600

Wildlife habitat mapping of coastal North Carolina using remote sensing techniques. Technical Report School of Forest Resources, North Carolina State University (67): vii + 38

Wildlife hazards from the use, misuse and abuse of pesticides. Aspects of Applied Biology 17(1): 247-256

Wildlife management in forests. Wildlife management in forests: iii + 123

Wildlife management on Conservation Reserve Program land: the farmer's view. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44(5): 438-440

Wildlife resource assessment of Candaba Swamp. Sylvatrop 1989; 12(1-2): 22-47

Wildlife working for sustainable development. Lessons from Zambia's Luangwa Valley. Gatekeeper Series, Sustainable Agriculture Programme, International Institute for Environment and Development (SA9): 15

Wildlife: defining the animals the Dene hunt and the settlement of aboriginal rights claims. Canadian Public Policy 15(2): 205-219

Wilful default in short-term cooperative credit. Indian Cooperative Review 25(2): 121-131

Will Senegal farmers reap barrage benefits?. World Water 11(3): 17-25

Will a museum collection reflect realities? - An analysis of beetles from a 50-year ground-fauna survey. Entomologiske Meddelelser 55(2-3): 97-105

Will calcium supplementation preserve bone integrity?. Nutrition Reviews 48(1): 26-27

Will it pay to process vegetables in Utah?. Utah Science 48(3): 117-123

Will it wash? Low pressure sprinklers increase runoff. Cure is to change tillage. South Dakota Farm and Home Research 40(3): 8-10

Will man become the weakest factor in operating machinery ?. Landtechnik 45(6): 245-247

Will new marketing body boost sales?. Phosphorus and Potassium (156): 24-25

Will society permit the potential of genetic engineering to advance the frontiers of biology?. Journal of Animal Science 66(8): 2125-2130

Will technology trim our diets?. Oils and Fats International ( 3): 45-46

Will the leprosy endemic in Rwanda soon be under control?. Leprosy Review 60(2): 139-146

Will the real Epidendrum ibaguense please stand up?. American Orchid Society Bulletin 58(8): 796-800

Will the real cream please stand up?. British Food Journal 91(1, Supplement): 19-20

Will the real frozen yoghurt please stand up?. Dairy Foods 90(2): 50-57

Will the regularization of pesticides in Quebec eventually embrace the protection of bees?. Abeille 9(2): 11-14

Willen Lake visitor survey. Recreation Unit Study, Milton Keynes Development Corporation (15): 36

William C. Reeves and arbovirus research in Australia. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 37(3 Suppl): 87s-93s

William Petty and the conceptual framework for the analysis of economic development. The balance between industry and agriculture in economic development Proceedings of the Eighth World Congress of the International Economic Association, Delhi, India Volume I: basic issues: 157-174

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Wilms' tumor and paternal occupation. Cancer Research 50(11): 3212-3217

Wilsede Symposium Modern Trends in Human Leukemia VIII, 17-22 June 1988. AIDS Forschung 4(2): 93-94

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Wilson's disease: thoughts on alternative treatment with zinc by mouth. Rivista Italiana di Pediatria 14(3): 337-338

Wilt and root rot of lentils. Lens Newsletter 14(1-2): 31-37

Wilt disease of pigeon-pea and its causal organism, Fusarium udum. Perspectives in phytopathology: 241-275

Wilt reaction of 26 peanut cultivars at SMARC-USM, Kabacan, Cotabato. Philippine Journal of Crop Science 13(Supplement 1): S29

Wilt-curvature of young Norway spruce shoots as a consequence of sublethal late frost. Forst und Holz 43(3): 56-58

Wilting damage by nematodes and situation of management in pine forest on the seafront. On wilting damage to pine stands in Sawara Forest of Kyushu University and the influence of management. Bulletin of the Kyushu University Forests (59): 13-26

Winches for logging. Journal of the Indian Academy of Wood Science 19(2): 97-104

Wind Erosion in Lower Saxony (FRG). Zeitschrift fur Kulturtechnik und Landentwicklung 31(2): 72-81

Wind action on sunflower and corn plants: mathematical models and simulation programs. Second contribution. Rivista di Ingegneria Agraria 20(4): 202-209

Wind blown trees: research at the Jodrell Laboratory, Kew. Arboricultural Journal 12(3): 231-236

Wind conditions in a climate-controlled gas exchange chamber. Angewandte Botanik 63(3-4): 403-415

Wind direction and fir wave motion. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 18(4): 461-466

Wind dispersal of Arceuthobium americanum pollen. Southwestern Naturalist 34(2): 291-293

Wind dispersal of nodding thistle seeds and pappi. Proceedings, New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference: 207-209

Wind dispersed seeds and plant recovery on the Mount St. Helens debris avalanche. Canadian Journal of Botany 67(5): 1434-1441

Wind effects on a building of complex geometry - the Palm House at Kew Gardens. Proceedings of the 8th colloquium on industrial aerodynamics, Aachen, German Federal Re ic, 4-7 September 1989 Building aerodynamics Part 2: 297-308

Wind energy. Energy conservation and renewable energies for greenhouse heating: 134-138

Wind erosion. Soil erosion research methods: 203-233

Wind erosion abrasion: effects of aggregate moisture. Transactions of the ASAE, American Society of Agricultural Engineers 31(3): 725-728

Wind erosion of leaf surface wax in alpine timberline conifers. Arctic & Alpine Research 21(4): 392-398

Wind erosion: dust, dunes, and tell tale sediments. Rural Research in CSIRO ( 144): 13-23

Wind erosion: mechanics, measurement, and control. Soil, crop, and water management systems for rainfed agriculture in the Sudano Sahelian zone: 117-123