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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 2168

Chapter 2168 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

N-Acetylneuraminic content of bovine kappa -casein. Brief Communications of the XXIII International Dairy Congress, Montreal, October 8-12, 1990, Vol I: 298

N-Alkane content of some forages. Journal of the science of food and agriculture3(3): 405-409

N-acetyl- beta -D-glucosaminidase activity in the endometrial epithelium of the cow's uterus during the oestrous cycle and pregnancy. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 40(1): 4-7

N-acetylation of biogenic amines in Ascaridia galli. Parasitology 102 Pt 3: 445-450

N-acetylglucosaminyltransferase from Ascaris suum. International Journal for Parasitology 21.6: 703-706

N-acetyltransferase activity during ovarian development in the mosquito Aedes aegypti following blood feeding. Insect biochemistry and molecular biology 22(1): 49-54

N-balance and N-mobilization capacity of a loess parabraunerde following long-term straw application in combination with different N fertilizers. Verband Deutscher Landwirtschaftlicher Untersuchungs und Forschungsanstalten, Reihe Kongressberichte 32: 199-203

N-banding technique as a tool in identification of some chromosomes in common wheat (Triticum aestivum). Annals of Agricultural Science Cairo 35(1): 373-381

N-ice one, Charlie. Milk Producer Thames Ditton 39(5): 26

N-methyl-D-aspartate treatment increases circulating adrenocorticotropin and luteinizing hormone in the rat. Endocrinology 128(4): 1875-1880

N-methylation in the biosynthesis of the phytotoxin tentoxin. Phytochemistry 0(6): 1815-1817

N-mineralization and ammonium dynamics with manure application. I. Assessment of parameters for the appropriate modelling of nitrate exports. Verband Deutscher Landwirtschaftlicher Untersuchungs und Forschungsanstalten, Reihne Kongressberichte ( 32): 271-276

N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) induced toxic-, vascular- and carcinogenic changes in mink (Mustela vison). Norwegian Journal of Agricultural Sciences (Suppl. 9): 434-443

N-terminal amino acid sequence of a major allergen of Japanese cedar pollen (Cry j I). FEBS Letters 239(2): 329-332

N-terminal modified analogs of C-terminal fragments of PBAN with pheromonotropic activity. Insect biochemistry and molecular biology 22(4): 399-403

N-uptake ability of different fodder grass species and nitrate amounts in the soil with different sward densities and N-fertilization. Agribiological Research 43(4): 300-308

N-uptake and N-utilization of various N fertilizers by winter wheat - pot experiments with 15N. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science 168(4): 272-277

N-use efficiency, N assimilation, and morphophysiological traits in barley. RACHIS 8(2): 26-28

N-utilization by different fodder grasses. Wirtschaftseigene Futter 38(1): 75-86

N. I. Vavilov, the Vavilov Institute of Plant Industry (VIR) and modern biology in solving the breeding resources problem. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki Moskva ( 5): 8-13

N.P.K. Trace elements: tailor-made compound fertilizer for Saudi agriculture. Arab World Agribusiness 6(4/5): 31

N.m.r. method for the identification of sucrose acetates. Carbohydrate Research 205: 402-405

N2 fixation by soybean-Bradyrhizobium combinations under acidity, low P and high Al stresses. Plant and Soil 131(2): 293-300

N2 fixation, yield and P uptake of lucerne in dependence on N, K and Mg fertilizer application. Agribiological Research 44(2-3): 219-234

N2-BET specific surface areas of some low activity clay soils and their relationships with secondary constituents and organic matter contents. Soil Science 153(4): 293-299

N2-fixation activity and nitrate concentration do not affect Glomus macrocarpum infection of Medicago sativa L. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 23(7): 703-705

N2-fixation and transfer in a field grown mycorrhizal corn and soybean intercrop. Plant and Soil 133(2): 177-185

N2-fixation by ammonium-excreting Azospirillum brasilense in auxine-induced root tumours of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Biology and Fertility of Soils 13(3): 165-172

N2O and NO emissions from soils of the northern part of the Guayana shield, Venezuela. Journal of Geophysical Research 95(D13): 22481-22488

N2O production rates and denitrification rates in soil amended with pig slurry. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 60: 205-210

NAA and paclobutrazol control grapevine suckers: vine performance and fruit tissue cultures. HortScience 26(10): 1286-1287

NAA effect on phenolase activity in Ruscus racemosus Moench during in vitro propagation. Acta Horticulturae 251: 135-139

NADH dehydrogenase: a new molecular marker for homoeology group 4 in Triticeae. A map of the 4RS chromosome arm in rye. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 83(2): 169-172

NADH oxidase and fumarate reductase of Ancylostoma ceylanicum. International Journal for Parasitology 21.6: 673-676

NADH- and ferredoxin-dependent glutamate synthase in the life span of the second leaf of wheat plant under conditions of senescence induced by nitrogen deficiency and natural senescence. Biologia Plantarum (Prague) 33(4): 317-324

NADH-Ferricyanide Reductase of Leaf Plasma Membranes : Partial Purification and Immunological Relation to Potato Tuber Microsomal NADH-Ferricyanide Reductase and Spinach Leaf NADH-Nitrate Reductase. Plant Physiology 95(1): 6-13

NADP-isocitrate dehydrogenases in higher plants. Inorganic nitrogen in plants and microorganisms: uptake and metabolism: 229-233

NADP-specific isocitrate dehydrogenase from the simian malaria parasite Plasmodium knowlesi: partial purification and characterization. Journal of Protozoology, 392: 338-342

NADP-Utilizing Enzymes in the Matrix of Plant Mitochondria. Plant Physiology 94(3): 1012-1018

NADP:isocitrate dehydrogenase and conversions of isocitrate and 2-ketoglutarate in plants exposed to oxygen-free environments. Soviet Plant Physiology 38(6, 2): 829-835

NADPH-dependent reaction of paraquat in mouse brain microsomes. Toxicology letters 54(2-3): 271-277

NAFTA's success hinges on Mexican growth. Feedstuffs 64(41): p.1, 12-13

NAGWS: paths to advocacy, recruitment, and enhancement. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance 62(3): 30-59

NC-129 - a new acaricide. Brighton Crop Protection Conference, Pests and Diseases ( 1): 41-48

NC-140 rootstock trials in North America. Acta Horticulturae ( 243): 51-58

NC-170, a new compound inhibiting the development of leafhoppers and planthoppers. Brighton Crop Protection Conference Pests and Diseases 1988 Vol 2: 535-542

NC-319 - a new herbicide for control of broad-leaved weeds and Cyperus spp. in corn. Proceedings of the Brighton Crop Protection Conference, Weeds (Vol. 1): 31-37

NC-330 - a new herbicide for broad-leaved and grass weed control in wheat. Proceedings of the Brighton Crop Protection Conference, Weeds (Vol. 1): 45-50

ND266: a new parental line for improved corn hybrids. North Dakota Farm Research 48(4): 22-24

NDGR150 and NDGR151: two promising lines for semi-deepwater areas of eastern Uttar Pradesh UP, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 17(2): 16-17

NDM and WPC - versatile dairy proteins in economical forms. Food Processing, USA 53(5): 124...132

NDSAB(MS)C8(LM)C3, NDSD(FS)C1(LM)C4 and NDSM: new germplasm sources for improved corn hybrids. North Dakota Farm Research 48(3): 29-30

NEPR: a FORTRAN-77 program for determining thermal conductivity and diffusivity by needle-probe inversion. Computers and Geosciences 17(3): 351-390

NERISK: an expert system to enhance the integration of pesticides with arthropod biological control. Acta Horticulturae ( 276): 15-19

NFAZ popular participation in Zimbabwe: a minor field study. Working Paper International Rural Development Centre, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences ( 169): 36pp.

NFT gums: ancient and modern commercial products. NFT Highlights ( 89-01): 2 pp.

NGO Casebook on small scale irrigation in Africa. NGO Casebook on small scale irrigation in Africa: 85 pp.

NGO interactions with the public sector: the experience of Proshika's livestock and social forestry programme. Network Paper Agricultural Administration Research and Extension Network ( 26): 46pp.

NGO-government interaction in rice-fish farming and other aspects of sustainable agricultural development in Thailand. Network Paper Agricultural Administration Research and Extension Network ( 28): 41pp.

NGOs and agricultural technology development. Agricultural extension: worldwide institutional evolution and forces for change: 243-256

NGOs and agriculture at the margin: research, participation and sustainability in West Africa. Network Paper Agricultural Administration Research and Extension Network ( 27): 38pp.

NGOs and farmers' organisations in research and extension in Chile. Network Paper Agricultural Administration Research and Extension Network ( 19): i + 17pp.

NGOs and women's development in rural south Asia: a comparative analysis. NGOs and women' s development in rural south Asia: a comparative analysis: xv + 179pp.

NGOs as agencies for small enterprise development. Small Enterprise Development 2(3): 14-24

NGOs as organizers in fighting rural poverty: a study. National Bank News Review Bombay 7(1): 27-31

NGOs in Bangladesh: development alternative or alternative rhetoric. Manchester Discussion Papers in Development Studies ( 9006): 83pp.

NGOs in agrarian reform: building links with the grassroots. Solidarity ( 127): 87-97

NGOs, agricultural technology and the rural poor. Food policy 15(6): 479-491

NGOs, self-help projects and development in Tanzania: the Njombe District Development Trust. African development perspectives yearbook 1989: Vol I: Human dimensions of adjustment: 589-600

NH3 emissions during slurry spreading. Ammoniak in der Umwelt Kreislaufe, Wirkungen, Minderung Proceedings of a conference held in Braunschweig, Germany, 10-12 October 1990: 5pp

NH4+ adsorption isotherms of earthworm casts and their DTA curve characteristics. Acta Pedologica Sinica 27(1): 94-103

NH(4)-Excreting Azospirillum brasilense Mutants Enhance the Nitrogen Supply of a Wheat Host. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 57(10): 3006-3012

NIFA-88, a high yielding mutant chickpea variety. Mutation Breeding Newsletter ( 37): 3

NIH panel: bovine hormone gets the nod. Science 250(4987): 1506-1506

NIH Technology Assessment Conference statement on bovine somatotropin. JAMA 265(11): 1423-1425

NIPF opinion leaders: what do they want?. Journal of Forestry 86(4): 30-31, 34-35

NL-8 strain of bean common mosaic virus in Idaho bean seed fields. Plant Disease 75(5): 537

NMR imaging of internal features in wood. Forest products journal 39(6): 43-49

NMR in horticulture: in situ plant water balance studies with NMR. Acta Horticulturae ( 304): 103-112

NMR spectroscopy in lignin chemistry. Khimiya Drevesiny ( 6): 3-16, 120

NMR spectroscopy. A powerful tool for the detection of water status and metabolic alterations in intact tissues and living cells subjected to stress conditions. Bulletin de la Societe Botanique de France, Actualites Botaniques 137(1): 13-20

NMR study of the active site of resting state and cyanide-inhibited lignin peroxidase from Phanerochaete chrysosporium. Journal of Biological Chemistry 266(23): 15001-15008

NO2 and SO2 mixtures stimulate barley grain production but depress clover growth. Environmental and Experimental Botany 32(3): 185-192

NO2-nitrogen accumulated in plants as an indicator of NOx pollution in the atmosphere. I. Fumigation experiment. Journal of Japan Society of Air Pollution 25(6): 371-377

NO3- assimilation in root systems: with special reference to Zea mays (cv. W64A X W182E). Nitrogen metabolism of plants: 91-102

NOAA's Status and Trends Mussel Watch Program: chlorinated pesticides and PCBs in oysters (Crassostrea virginica) and sediments from the Gulf of Mexico, 1986-1987. Marine Environmental Research, 293: 161-203

NOR association in Canis familiaris. Genetics, Selection, Evolution 23(Supplement 1): 191-195

NOx evolution by soybean leaves treated with salicylic acid and selected derivatives. Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 39(1): 43-48

NOx reduction by the Econ-NoxTM SCR process. Environmental Progress 10(4): 314-318

NPBWD: a new role of banks in rural development. National Bank News Review Bombay 7(8): 28-30

NPK contents in oat grain. Khimizatsiya Sel' skogo Khozyaistva ( 9): 50-52

NPK contractors profile. Nitrogen ( 196): 19-24, 26-35

NPK status of peach orchards of Himachal Pradesh. Indian Journal of Horticulture 47(1): 34-40

NPK-F-35 bucket loader for slurry. Mekhanizatsiya i Elektrifikatsiya Sel' skogo Khozyaistva ( 1): 18-20

NPKs in perspective - relating fertilizer products to farmer needs in Latin America. Special Publication International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC-SP-14): 20-30

NPO Pishchearomatkompleks. Pishchevaya Promyshlennost' , Ezhemesyachnyi Teoreticheskii i Nauchno Prakticheskii Zhurnal ( 10): 18-20

NRCG 3012 and NRCG 6556: promising Virginia runner groundnuts for North Eastern Hills. Groundnut News 2(2): 2

NRI; statement of position. Biological control of locusts and grasshoppers: proceedings of a workshop held at the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Cotonou, Re ic of Benin, 29 April 1 May 1991: 64-69

NRS for sugar juice deliming. Sugar y Azucar 86(8): 13-14, 16, 18-20, 22-23

NZ meat production and exports up in 1990/91. Agra Europe British edition ( 1485): N/6-N/7

Na+-dependent transport of alanine and serine by liver plasma-membrane vesicles from rats fed a low-protein or a high-protein diet. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, Biomembranes 1026(1): 1-12

Na+-independent and nonstereospecific transport of 2-hydroxy 4-methylthiobutanoic acid by brush border membrane vesicles from chick small intestine. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B, Comparative Biochemistry 94(1): 157-163

Na+/D-glucose cotransport and sucrase activity in intestinal brush border membranes of Zucker rats. Effects of chronic acarbose treatment. Nutrition Research 11(7): 783-796

Na/H and k/h antiport in root membrane vesicles isolated from the halophyte atriplex and the glycophyte cotton. Plant Physiology 94(4): 1795-1801

Na-L-ascorbyl-2-monophosphate as a source of vitamin C for channel catfish. Aquaculture 105(1): 95-100

Na-transport during long-term incubation of the hen lower intestine: No aldosterone effect. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A, Comparative Physiology 101(2): 203-208

Na2+xNb6P4O26: a novel niobium phosphate bronze isotypic of the m = 3 member of the MPTBp family. Journal of Solid State Chemistry 95(2): 245-252

Na5V2P3O14.H2O, a tetravalent vanadium phosphate with a layer structure and a pure pyramidal coordination of V(IV). Journal of Solid State Chemistry 96(2): 390-396

NaCl absorption in the rabbit ileum. Effect of acid-base variables. Gastroenterology 100(2): 403-409

NaCl influence on sweet pepper germination. Capsicum Newsletter1990; ( 8-9): 63

NaCl-tolerant plants of Poncirus trifoliata regenerated from tolerant cell lines. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 83(4): 509-514

Nabali olive oil ripening and oil properties. Nutrition and Health 7(3): 151-154

Naegleria and Acanthamoeba infections: review. Reviews of Infectious Diseases 12(3): 490-513

Naftifine cream 1% compared with miconazole cream 2% in dermatophytosis. International Journal of Dermatology 29(7): 521-522

Naftifine cream 1% versus clotrimazole cream 1% in the treatment of tinea pedis. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association 80(6): 314-318

Naftifine treatment for dermatophytosis. Multicenter clinical investigations in Turkey. International Journal of Dermatology 30(8): 584-585

Naftifine treatment of resistant dermatophytosis. International Journal of Dermatology 30(8): 590-592

Naftifine treatment of trichomycosis pubis. International Journal of Dermatology 30(9): 667-669

Naftifine. A review of its antimicrobial activity and therapeutic use in superficial dermatomycoses. Drugs 42(4): 659-672

Nail infections. Infectious diseases of the lower extremity: 277-292

Nail-plate jointed beams and arches of wood laminations. Rapport Institutionen for Lantbrukets Byggnadsteknik, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet ( 82): 116 pp.

Nailed joints for wooden structures. Madera y Su Uso ( 16): 131 pp.

Nailed joints in timber construction. Proceedings of the second Pacific Timber Engineering Conference University of Auckland, New Zealand, 28-31 August 1989 Volume 2: 71-76

Nairoviruses. Characteristics and disease distribution. Applied Virology Research 2: 335-353

Naive honey bee recruits to foraging may be magnetotactic. American Bee Journal 131(6): 389-393

Naked oats. Aspects of Applied Biology (25): 19-28

Naked oats: their potential as a complete feed for poultry. Recent advances in animal nutrition in Australia 1991: 312-325

Nalidixic acid-resistant salmonellas from animals. Journal of Medical Microbiology 34(4): viii

Naloxone increases the frequency of the electrical activity of luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone pulse generator in long-term ovariectomized rats. Neuroendocrinology 53(1): 97-102

Naltrexone does not reverse the inhibitory effect of chronic restraint on gonadotropin secretion in the male intact rat. Neuroendocrinology 54(5): 447-453

Naltrexone, an opioid blocker, alters taste perception and nutrient intake in humans. American Journal of Physiology 261(1 Pt 2): R59-R63

Namagan - a promising variety. Khlopok ( 4): 57-58

Name that tune: leisure education with the elderly. Parks and Recreation 27(4): 46-48, 82

Names for the system and names for the classification. Hawksworth, D L (Ed ) Regnum Vegetabile, Vol 123 Improving The Stability Of Names: Needs And Options; International Symposium, Kew, England, Uk, February 20-23, 358p Koeltz Scientific Books: Koenigstein/Taunus, Germany Illus 183-189

Names without number?. Hawksworth, D L (Ed ) Regnum Vegetabile, Vol 123 Improving The Stability Of Names: Needs And Options; International Symposium, Kew, England, Uk, February 20-23, 358p Koeltz Scientific Books: Koenigstein/Taunus, Germany Illus 191-196

Namibia 1990: an Africa Institute country survey. Namibia 1990: an Africa Institute country survey: 240pp.

Nandyala Tella Jonna-1 (NJ2092) a new sorghum variety for rabi season. Journal of Research APAU 17(1): 53-54

Nanofiltration - a new membrane processing application for demineralization in the dairy industry. Canadian Institute of Food Science and Technology Journal 24(5): 200-202

Nanofiltration concentration effect on the efficacy of lactose crystallization. Journal of Food Science 57(3): 735-739

Nanopsocus oceanicus Pearman, 1928, new species for the European fauna (Psocoptera, Pachytroctiidae). Nouvelle Revue d' Entomologie 7(3): 251-254

Nanosecond intramolecular dynamics of melittin. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR 296(3): 742-745

Nanotherophytic grasslands on limestone outcrops in Galicia: Thero-Brachypodion distachyi. Studia Botanica 9: 9-16

Nantucket pine tip moth (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) response to water and nutrient status of loblolly pine. Forest Science 36(3): 719-733

Nantwich - Mecca for the cheesemaker. Milk Industry London 93(9): 58-59

Naphthoquinoid pigments from Pentas longiflora. Phytochemistry 0(5): 1726-1727

Naphthoquinones from the Root and Stem Barks of Diospyros usambarensis. Planta Medica 55(6): 581-581

Napiergrass control at Kekaha Sugar Company, Ltd. Keys to our future: combining the basics with new technology Hawaiian Sugar Technologists 48th annual conference reports, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 6-8 November, 1989: A42-A43

Naproxen-associated duodenal ulcer complicated by perforation and bacteria- and barium sulfate-induced peritonitis in a dog. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 198(4): 644-646

Narasin toxicity in pigs and its incompatibility with tiamulin. Veterinarski Arhiv 61(5): 269-282

Narcissus quality ought to be better. Fixed leaf is an important characteristic of quality. Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 45(46): 57

Narcotic activity of Cannabis sativa L. and prospects of breeding for a reduction in content of cannabinoids. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya ( 1): 35-49

Narcotics: challenge to extension. How the 'development options' for narcotics control present a task - and some dilemmas - for extension. Bulletin University of Reading Agricultural Extension and Rural Development Department ( 26): 9-15

Nardus stricta and Eleusine multiflora (Gramineae), new to Mesoamerica. Revista de Biologia Tropical 35(1): 147-149

Naringin content in local citrus fruits. Food Chemistry 37(2): 113-122

Narmada: lifeline or planned human disaster. World Water 12(10): 21-22, 24

Narrow track tractors compared. KTBL Schrift ( 337): 120 pp.

Narrow tractors are in need of adjustments. Fruitteelt 82(29): 14-15

Narrow-winged seeder points reduce water erosion and maintain crop yields. Agriculture International 44(2): 8-10

Nasal aerobic microflora and mycoflora of clinically healthy horses. Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal 24(47): 116-123

Nasal fibrosarcoma in a cat. Cosmetically satisfactory healing after surgical excision. Tierarztliche Praxis 18(3): 289-292

Nasal mucosa of the piglet: risk factor for atrophic rhinitis. 23es Journees de la Recherche Porcine en France, Paris 5, 6 et 7 fevrier 1991: 175-178

Nasal schistosomiasis: a review. Helminthological Abstracts 61(9): 373-384

Nascent protein requirement for completion of meiotic maturation and pronuclear development: examination of fertilized and A-23187-activated surf clam (Spisula solidissima) eggs. Developmental Biology, 1481: 75-86

Nascent synthesis and secretion of cellobiase in Neocallimastix frontalis EB188. Current microbiology 23(3): 175-180

Nasi goreng. Verbraucherdienst 35(3): 56-57

Nasofacial zygomycosis. Oral Surgery Oral Medicine Oral Pathology 72(6): 685-688

Nasopharyngeal and ear canal polyps in the cat. Feline Practice 18(4): 16-19

Nasopharyngeal and temporal bone blastomycosis: CT and MR findings. Ajnr. American Journal of Neuroradiology 12(4): 725-728

Natality and mortality in the egg stage in Gratiana spadicea (Klug, 1829) (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae), a monophagous cassidine beetle of an early successional Solanaceae. Revista Brasileira de Biologia, 483: 467-475

Natamycin as a fungicide in agar media. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 58(3): 1064-1066

Nathan Augustus Cobb: The father of nematology in the United States. Annual Review of Phytopathology 29: 15-26

National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development and its role in the field of small scale/cottage industries. National Bank News Review Bombay 5(12): 6-9

National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development: Note covering important policy decisions and other developments during the month of May 1991. National Bank News Review 7(5): 6-8

National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development: note covering important policy decisions and other developments during the month of August 1991. National Bank News Review Bombay 7(8): 14-16

National Cholesterol Education Program. Report of the expert panel on population strategies for blood cholesterol reduction: executive summary. Archives of Internal Medicine 151(6): 1071-1084

National Coalition for Adult Immunization: activities to increase influenza vaccination levels, 1989-1991. Mmwr. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 41(41): 772-775

National Dairy Case Management Study: direction for the 1990's. Proceedings of the XXIII International Dairy Congress, Montreal, October 8-12, 1990, Vol 3: 2176-2181

National Dairy Products Research Centre. Dairy Chemistry. Food science and technology Research report 1988-89: 105-109

National Dairy Products Research Centre. Dairy microbiology. Food science and technology Research report 1988-89: 91-95

National Dairy Products Research Centre. Dairy technology. Food science and technology Research report 1988-89: 96-105

National Database of Crop Germplasm Resources. IBPGR Newsletter for Asia and the Pacific ( 5): 4-5

National Hydatids Council 30th annual report, year ended 31 March 1990. National Hydatids Council 30th annual report, year ended 31 March 1990: 20 pp.

National Perspective Plan for Women 1988-2000 A.D.: report of the core group set up by the Department of Women and Child Development. National Perspective Plan for Women 1988-2000 AD: report of the core group set up by the Department of Women and Child Development: xvi + 205pp.

National Seminar on 'Agroforestry in Burundi' held at the Faculty of Agronomic Sciences of Burundi from Tuesday 28 March to Friday 31 March 1989. Seminaire National ' L' agroforesterie au Burundi' du mardi 28 mars a 14 h au vendredi 31 mars [1989] a 12 h a la Faculte des Sciences Agronomiques du Burundi: ii + 373 pp.

National Symposium on emerging trends in the biological control of phytophagous insects held in Madras, India, on 19-21 January 1991. National Symposium on emerging trends in the biological control of phytophagous insects held in Madras, India, on 19-21 January 1991: 115 pp.

National Tourism Forum, Budapest, 11-12 October 1989. Kereskedelmi Szemle 31(1): 55-57

National Waterways Museum, Gloucester, 1989 survey. Planning and Research Paper British Waterways ( 36): 22pp.

National account of timber and forest environmental resources in Sweden. Arbetsrapport Institutionen for Skogsekonomi, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet ( 130): 35 pp.

National agricultural research from a regional and agroecological perspective. Working Paper International Service for National Agricultural Research ( 40): 46pp.

National agricultural research systems in Francophone sub-Saharan Africa: the current growth crisis and growth prospects. Les systemes nationaux de recherche agronomique en Afrique sub saharienne francophone: la crise de croissance actuelle et les perspectives d' evolution: 25pp.

National and European trends are running parallel: tourists want more but not more of the same. NBT Koerier 14(2): 18-19

National and international economic factors affecting Pennsylvania agriculture. Pennsylvania' s agricultural economy: trends, issues, and prospects Proceedings of a conference held at University Park, PA, March 20-21, 1990: 28-41

National and regional self-sufficiency goals: implications for international agriculture. National and regional self sufficiency goals: implications for international agriculture: ix + 251pp.

National audit of environmental impact predictions. Perspectives in environmental management: 93-120

National beef market basket survey. Journal of Animal Science 69(7): 2883-2893

National beef tenderness survey. Journal of Animal Science 69(8): 3274-3283

National campaign for the control of the bean slug in Honduras in 1980. Ceiba 28(2): 285-304

National code of practice for visitor attractions. National code of practice for visitor attractions:

National codes and standards: help or hindrance in the utilization of wood products for construction use. Forest products trade: market trends and technical developments: 145-157

National community health insurance at village level: the case from Guinea Bissau. Health Policy and Planning 6(1): 46-54

National cooperative performance test of lowland rice. USMARC Monitor 10(3): 16-17

National crop germplasm resources database system. Crop Genetic Resources ( 2): 1-2

National dairy cattle performance and progeny testing scheme, Republic of South Africa. Annual Report volume 10-1990. National dairy cattle performance and progeny testing scheme, Re ic of South Africa Annual Report volume 10-1990: 85pp.

National dairy exhibition 1990. Maelkeritidende 103(20): 460...482

National demonstration projects: major lessons and issues for sports development. National demonstration projects: major lessons and issues for sports development: 49pp.

National development and rural-urban policy: past experience and new directions in Kenya. Urban Studies 26(2): 253-266

National Education Programs Working Group report on the management of patients with hypertension and high blood cholesterol. Annals of Internal Medicine 114(3): 224-237

National environmental policies and the effects of economic integration. European Journal of Political Economy 7(3): 313-329

National estimates of the recreational value of streamflow. Water resources research 27(2): 167-175

National factor markets and the macroeconomic context for environmental destruction in the Brazilian Amazon. Development and Change 23(1): 7-33

National food security planning (NFSP): first thoughts from Sudan. To cure all hunger: food policy and food security in Sudan: 15-18

National food supplies. Agricultural statistics 1990: 76-80

National food trade promotion organizations and 1992. Food Policy 16(5): 420-422

National forest recreation management correspondence study course. Journal of Forestry 87(10): 38-42

National forest strategy for Australia. Australian Forestry 51(4): 209-221

National funding of research and development in biotechnology in the 80s. Biofutur ( 90): 107-133

National genetic improvement programmes in the United States beef industry. South African Journal of Animal Science 20(3): 103-109

National genetic improvement programs for dairy cattle in the United States. Journal of Animal Science 69(9): 3853-3860

National grasslands in the Dust Bowl. Geographical Review 79(2): 161-171

National health survey 1986. Lactation and weaning patterns in Mexico. Salud Publica de Mexico 31(6): 725-734

National interests in international commodity agreements: a theoretical framework and quantitative results for the export quota scheme in coffee. Agriculture and governments in an interdependent world Proceedings of the twentieth International Conference of Agricultural Economists, held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 24-31 August 1988: 697-710

National irrigation programme - PRONI I. IFA Publication (A/88/70a): 41-78

National lung survey. Here are the results. Porcus 7(3): 16...21

National measures of forest productivity for timber. General Technical Report Forest Products Laboratory, USDA Forest Service ( FPL-GTR-61): i + 14 pp.

National meeting of county agronomists on agricultural economics - Jaegtvolden Fjordhotel, 7670 Sakshaug, 26 February - 1 March 1991. FAGINFO ( 15): 279pp.

National milk records. Report for the year ended September 1991. Area Four edition. Guernsey, Jersey, Southern, Mid Western, Far Western. National milk records Report for the year ended September 1991 Area Four edition Guernsey, Jersey, Southern, Mid Western, Far Western: 264 pp.

National milk records. Report for the year ended September 1991. Area One edition. Far Northern, Mid Northern. National milk records Report for the year ended September 1991 Area One edition Far Northern, Mid Northern: 148 pp.

National milk records. Report for the year ended September 1991. Area Three edition. Eastern, East Midland, South Eastern. National milk records Report for the year ended September 1991 Area Three edition Eastern, East Midland, South Eastern: 160 pp.

National milk records. Report for the year ended September 1991. Area Two edition. Isle of Man, North Midland, West Midland, North Wales, South Wales. National milk records Report for the year ended September 1991 Area Two edition Isle of Man, North Midland, West Midland, North Wales, South Wales: 234 pp.

National models for endangered breeds conservation programmes. Genetic conservation of domestic livestock: 115-119

National network for environmental education. General Technical Report Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( RM-193): 195-197

National network of health surveillance in cattle: analysis of serological results obtained for bovine leukosis in the departmental veterinary laboratories from 1987 to 1989. Revue de Medecine Veterinaire 141(8-9): 658-660

National network of potato trials in the Argentine Republic. Avances en el mejoramiento genetico de la papa en los paises del cono sur: 241-253

National park designation in Scotland. Land Use Policy 8(3): 241-252

National parks and nature conservation in Japan. Australian Parks and Recreation 28(1): 28-31, 33-34, 36-39

National parks marketing and conservation survey. Countryside Commission Technical Report ( CCP 354): 39pp.

National parks: a new feature on the Soviet landscape. Environmental management in the Soviet Union: 157-170

National parks: north of the border. Planning Outlook 34(2): 61-67

National perspective for irrigation development in India. National seminar on water management the key to developing agriculture: 75-88

National pesticides plan and the creation of the Brazilian pesticides industry. Agricultura em Sao Paulo 37(3): 129-146

National policies and agricultural trade: country study: Norway. National policies and agricultural trade: country study: Norway: 166pp.

National policies and agricultural trade: country study: Switzerland. National policies and agricultural trade: country study: Switzerland: 174pp.

National policies to stimulate food production. An end to hunger? The social origins of food strategies: 72-100

National policy versus local power: the Lafia project in Nigeria. Canadian Journal of African Studies 24(2): 216-234

National poplar production and set-aside. QA, Questione Agraria 1991; ( 40): 55-64

National pump irrigation study: material developed during inception activities January 14-8 February 1991. ODI/IIMI Irrigation Management Network Paper ( 3): 3-13

National reporting of leishmaniasis: the Brazilian experience. Parasitology Today 6(10): 339-340

National resources for establishing a trial open nucleus breeding system in Argentina. Animal Science Papers and Reports Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Genetics and Animal Breeding Jastrzebiec ( 6): 163-170

National seminar on biological control in plantation crops: June 27-28 1991, Kottayam, Kerala - Abstract of papers. National seminar on biological control in plantation crops: June 27-28-1991, Kottayam, Kerala Abstract of papers: 31 pp.

National seminar on protection of environment and ecology by mining industry. National seminar on protection of environment and ecology by mining industry: 716 pp.

National seroprevalence of Toxoplasma gondii in pigs. Journal of Parasitology 77(4): 517-521

National sheep improvement program: age adjustment of weaning weight. Journal of Animal Science 69(8): 3190-3201

National site-index and height-growth curves for white spruce growing in natural stands in Canada. Canadian journal of forest research = Journal canadien de recherche forestiere 21(10): 1466-1474

National standard fire tests in small-scale compared with the full-scale ISO room test. Rapport TrateknikCentrum ( I 8702017): 18 pp.

National study of food consumption in families 1980-84. Principal results. Rivista della Societa Italiana di Scienza dell' Alimentazione 19(4): 53-65

National surveillance of resistance to anti-tuberculosis drugs, South Africa 1965-1988. Epidemiological Comments 18(1): 25-27

National symposium on `problems and prospects of botanical pesticides in integrated pest management'. National symposium on `problems and prospects of botanical pesticides in integrated pest management' : 47 + 73 pp.

National tourism planning in the Philippines. Tourism Management 12(3): 245-252

National walking campaign: the pedestrian way to active living. Recreation Canada 50(3): 18-22

National workshop on Bangladesh Coastal Area Resource Development and Management, Dhaka, October 3-4, 1988. Report I. Executive summary and recommendations. Part II. National workshop on Bangladesh Coastal Area Resource Development and Management, Dhaka, October 3-4, 1988 Report I Executive summary and recommendations Part [Report] II [Papers]: ; iii + 34 pp.; iii + 168 pp.

Nationwide Aedes larval survey in urban towns of Peninsular Malaysia (1988-1989). Tropical Biomedicine 7(2): 185-188

Native and degraded forms of sweet potato starch phosphorylase. Agricultural & Biological Chemistry 55(3): 641-646

Native and exotic forest species: performance on the Tapajos Plateau - Para. Documentos Centro de Pesquisa Agropecuaria do Tropico Umido ( 49): 29 pp.

Native azaleas of Georgia. American Rhododendron Society Journal 46(3): 146-149

Native bees pollinate rabbiteye blueberry. Proceedings, 5th Biennial Southeast Blueberry Conference and Trade Show, January 24 and 25, 1991, Rural Development Center, Tifton, Georgia, USA: 53-57

Native biocontrol agents as a component of integrated pest management for confined livestock. Biocontrol of arthropods affecting livestock and poultry: 79-93

Native chemoreceptor-based sensors. Immunochemical assays and biosensor technology for the 1990s: 377-389

Native drugs of Vietnam: which traditional and scientific approaches?. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 32(1-3): 51-56

Native fishes of arid lands: a dwindling resource of the desert southwest. General Technical Report Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( RM-206): iv + 45 pp.

Native hosts of Pratylenchus coffeae in Florida. Nematology Circular Gainesville ( 182): 3 pp.

Native neotropical oil palms: State of the art and perspectives for Latin America. Advances in Economic Botany 6: 201-213

Native nodulation, growth, and herbage productivity of some tree legumes in soils of Bundelkhand. Nitrogen Fixing Tree Research Reports 6: 14

Native pecans: can we stay competitive ?. 80th Annual report Northern Nut Growers' Association: 1990; 171-177

Native plants of popular medicinal use in Paraguay. Part III. Acta Amazonica Suplemento 18(1-2): 39-48

Native populations of Rhizobium meliloti in Bajio, Mexico. I. Dominance and efficiency. Revista Latinoamericana de Microbiologia 31(4): 279-283

Native trees and shrubs for new woodlands in Scotland. Scottish Forestry 45(3): 186-194

Native woodland habitat types of southwestern North Dakota. Research Paper Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( RM-281): i + 36 pp.

Nattoking K86 soybean. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 71(3): 855-856

Natural 15N abundance in shrub and tree legumes, Casuarina, and non N2 fixing plants in Thailand. Plant and Soil 128(2): 287-292

Natural Echinococcus multilocularis infection in a Norway rat, Rattus norvegicus, in southern Hokkaido, Japan. International Journal for Parasitology, 225: 681-684

Natural Mycoplasma gallisepticum infection in Tegal duck. Penyakit Hewan 20(36): 51-53

Natural Mycoplasma synoviae infections in adult laying hens kept in cages on multiple-age farms. Archiv fur Geflugelkunde 56(3): 132-137

Natural abundance 13C-nuclear magnetic resonance studies on the compatible solutes of halophytic higher plants. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry Paris 26(1): 35-45

Natural abundance of 15N in barley as influenced by prior cropping or fallow, nitrogen fertilizer and tillage. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 42(5): 723-733

Natural activation of the Lactoperoxidase-Thiocyanate-Hydrogen Peroxide (LP) system. Brief Communications of the XXIII International Dairy Congress, Montreal, October 8-12, 1990, Vol I: 8

Natural activation of the lactoperoxidase-thiocyanate-hydrogen peroxide (LP) system for preservation of milk during collection in developing countries. Dissertation, Eidgenossische Technischen Hochschule, Switzerland ( 9057): 124 pp.

Natural adjuvants for biocontrol of soil-borne diseases. Adjuvants and agrochemicals Volume I Mode of action and physiological activity: 193-202

Natural and anthropogenic changes of heat and water budgets of the Central Caucasus. IAHS Publication ( 204): 411-423

Natural and artificial pollination of Actinidia. Apicoltura ( 5): 157-166

Natural and artificial selection in the Cape honeybee Apis mellifera capensis. Bees and beekeeping in southern Africa Proceedings of the International Beekeepers' Symposium held at Stellenbosch, South Africa, 24-26 January, 1990: 63-73

Natural and artificial selection in the improvement of a high-yielding dairy herd. Zootekhniya ( 1): 20-23

Natural and artificial vegetative propagation of Norway spruce (Picea abies) in the subalpine conflict zone. Dissertationen der Universitat fur Bodenkultur in Wien ( 32): 95 pp.

Natural and artificially induced resistance to viral disease in poultry. Animal Genetics 22(Supplement 1.): 2-7

Natural and biological control of onchocerciasis focus at Kinsuka/Kinshasa, Republic of Zaire. Acta Leidensia 59(1-2): 463-464

Natural and experimental canine infections with a Greek strain of Ehrlichia platys. Veterinary Clinical Pathology 20(4): 101-105

Natural and experimentally induced dispersion of aggregate rays in shoots of Quercus ithaburensis Decne. and Q. calliprinos Webb. Annals of Botany 68(1): 85-91

Natural and immune anti-tumor interleukin production and lymphocyte cytotoxicity during the course of dietary protein deficiency or excess. Nutrition research: 679-686

Natural and landscape evaluation of the Suwaki Landscape Park and its surroundings. Prace Instytutu Badawczego Lesnictwa ( 673-677): 113-124

Natural and prescribed fire in Pacific Northwest forests. Natural and prescribed fire in Pacific Northwest forests: xi + 317 pp.

Natural and sexual selection on many loci. Genetics 127(1): 229-255

Natural and social pollution. Sociologija Sela 28(109/110): 189-199

Natural and synthetic intense sweeteners. Journal Of Nutritional Biochemistry. 2(5): 236-244

Natural and synthetic rubber in India. Rubber Trends ( 127): 37-43

Natural antimicrobial systems. Mechanisms of action of food preservation procedures: 285-362

Natural aridification or man-made desertification? A question for the future. Greenhouse effect, sea level and drought: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop of Geohydrological Management of Sea Level and Mitigation of Drought: 281-285

Natural astringency in foodstuffs - a molecular interpretation. CRC Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 27(1): 1-40

Natural atrophic rhinitis in rabbits. Medycyna Weterynaryjna 46(12): 484-486

Natural bases for the construction of growth models. Sylwan 132(11-12): 1-10

Natural biological agriculture, pastures and trace elements. Revista Pastos 39( extraordinario): 55-61

Natural cheese flavour - the food industry's versatile ingredient. Danish Dairy and Food Industry Worldwide 8: 67-68

Natural cheese flavour - the versatile ingredient. European Food and Drink Review (Autumn): 41, 43

Natural colour. Biofutur ( 95): 37-38

Natural colours for ice cream. Scandinavian Dairy Information 4(4): 56-58

Natural conditions and African soils. Zemljiste i Biljka 39(3): 159-174

Natural conidia release patterns of Pyricularia oryzae. International Rice Research Newsletter 15(4): 25

Natural contents of cadmium and zinc in Polish soils and in selected monocotyledonous plants. Pamietnik Puawski 1990; ( 95): 207-214

Natural control of cereal aphids (Homoptera: Aphididae) by entomopathogenic fungi (Zygomycetes: Entomophthorales) and parasitoids (Hymenoptera: Braconidae and Encyrtidae) on irrigated spring wheat in southwestern Idaho. Environmental Entomology, 206: 1699-1710

Natural cross protection among strains of prunus necrotic ringspot virus. Acta Horticulturae (Wageningen) (235): 143-148

Natural cross-pollination data from Bulgaria. Capsicum Newsletter1990; ( 8-9): 25

Natural cross-pollination in Indian mustard. Cruciferae Newsletter ( 14-15): 24-25

Natural cryptosporidiosis in domestic geese, Anser anser L., in Czechoslovakia. Folia Parasitologica 36(2): 126-126

Natural denitrification in the saturated zone: a review. Water Resources Research 28(6): 1657-1668

Natural development of forest stands after windthrow: approaches to research on virgin forest in the German Federal Republic. Forstwissenschaftliches Centralblatt 109(5): 309-326

Natural diet of the Arabian Rheem gazelle, Gazella subgutturosa marica. Journal of Arid Environments, 203: 371-374

Natural distribution of pines in Mexico. Nota Tecnica Centro de Genetica Forestal, A C ( 1): 6 pp.

Natural durability of five tree species from Amazonian Peru. Revista Forestal del Peru 16(1): 3-10

Natural durability of some important timber species of Bangladesh. Bano Biggyan Patrika 18(1-2): 31-35

Natural durability of wood of Casuarina equisetifolia against wood-destroying fungi and insects. Holztechnologie 31(5): 244-246, 279

Natural ecology and epizootiology of Amblyospora connecticus (Microsporida) in coastal salt marsh habitats of Aedes cantator (Diptera: Culicidae) and Acanthocyclops vernalis (Copepoda: Cyclopidae). Proceedings and abstracts, Vth International Colloquium on Invertebrate Pathology and Microbial Control, Adelaide, Australia, 20-24 August 1990: 61-65

Natural endowments: financing resource conservation for development. Natural endowments: financing resource conservation for development: xi + 33pp.

Natural enemies and biological control. Coffee rust: epidemiology, resistance and management: 161-169

Natural enemies and other species associated with Saccharicoccus sacchari (Cockerell) (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae) in the Bundaberg area, southeast Queensland. Journal of the Australian Entomological Society, 292: 87-88

Natural enemies and population stability of the winter-annual Carduus pycnocephalus L. in Mediterranean Europe. Acta Oecologica, 126: 707-726

Natural enemies for inundative and seasonal inoculative release: policy issues. Proceedings of the Forty Third New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference: 209-211

Natural enemies gang up on corn pests. Agricultural Research Washington 39(8): 18-20

Natural enemies in the control of pests of cassava, Manihot esculenta Crantz. Insect science and its application 12(1-3): 43-49

Natural enemies of Bemisia tabaci Genn. and their role in suppressing the population density of the pest. Agricultural Research Review 68(1): 185-195

Natural enemies of Bemisia tabaci Gennadius and effect of insecticides on their activity. Journal of Biological Control, 42: 86-88

Natural enemies of Brontispa longissima (Gestro) in Western Samoa. Alafua Agricultural Bulletin 13(1): 41-45

Natural enemies of Eupseudosoma aberrans and E. involuta (Lepidoptera, Arctiidae), pests of Eucalyptus spp. (Myrtaceae). IPEF, Instituto de Pesquisas e Estudos Florestais ( 40): 43-44

Natural enemies of Phoracantha semipuncta (F.) (Col., Cerambycidae), a xylophagous pest of eucalyptus in Morocco. Bulletin de l' Institut Scientifique, Universite Mohammed V ( 12): 167-170

Natural enemies of Pieris brassicae L. (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) from cultivated crucifers in Valdivia. Agro Ciencia 5(2): 5-10

Natural enemies of Rhinocyllus conicus (Froelich, 1792) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), a biological control agent of Carduus thoermeri Kazmi and Carduus acanthoides L. (Compositae) in Castelar, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. Revista de Investigacion Centro de Investigaciones para la Regulacion de Poblaciones de Organismos Nocivos 5(1-4): 27-35

Natural enemies of Sida acuta and S. rhombifolia (Malvaceae) in Mexico and their potential for biological control of these weeds in Australia. Environmental Entomology 20(3): 882-888

Natural enemies of cabbage semilooper on Japanese mint crop at Ludhiana. Indian Perfumer 34(1): 44-46

Natural enemies of cone and seed insects of world conifers. Proceedings of the 3rd Cone and Seed Insects Working Party Conference, held in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, on 26-30 June 1988: 82-90

Natural enemies of cotton whitefly, Bemisia tabaci Gennadius in relation to host population and weather factors. Journal of Biological Control, 31: 10-12

Natural enemies of paddy leaf-roller (Cnaphalocrocis medinalis Gn.). Journal of Agricultural Research Lahore 27(1): 71-76

Natural enemies of rice yellow stemborer, Scirpophaga incertulas (W.) and its relationship with weather elements. Journal of Biological Control, 42: 89-92

Natural enemies of spider mites (Acari: Tetranychidae) on cotton: density regulation or casual association?. Environmental Entomology 20(3): 849-856

Natural enemies of the American white butterfly. Zashchita Rastenii ( 4): 50-51

Natural enemies of the legume pod borer, Maruca testulalis Geyer (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in small scale farming systems of western Kenya. Insect Science and its Application 12(1-3): 35-42

Natural enemies of the rice gall midge, Orseolia oryzae (Wood-Mason) observed in yala season in Sri Lanka. JARQ, Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly 23(4): 323-328

Natural enemies of tropical locusts and grasshoppers: their impact and potential as biological control agents. Biological control of locusts and grasshoppers: proceedings of a workshop held at the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Cotonou, Re ic of Benin, 29 April 1 May 1991: 105-121

Natural enemy complex of the cabbage aphid Brevicoryne brassicae L. (Homoptera: Aphididae) in Kullu Valley, Himachal Pradesh. Journal of Biological Control 3(1): 69

Natural flavours - passing fad or serious trend?. Molkerei Zeitung Welt der Milch 44(50): 1405-1407

Natural flora of Galician vineyards. Actas de la Reunion de la Sociedad Espanola de Malherbologia: 63-67

Natural foci of tick-borne encephalitis on the southwestern shore of Sakhalin. Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni ( 2): 48-50

Natural foci of trichinellosis on the Caspian Sea coast. Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni 0(2): 16-18

Natural forest management by the Yanesha Forestry Cooperative in Peruvian Amazonia. Alternatives to deforestation: steps towards sustainable use of the Amazon rain forest: 128-138

Natural forest management in the humid tropics: ecological, social and economic considerations. Ambio 19(5): 253-258

Natural forgiveness. Geographical Magazine 63(12): 18-22

Natural gas as fuel for sugar industry. Modernisation of Indian sugar industry: 323-326

Natural gas: the taste of success. Industries Alimentaires et Agricoles 107(10): 901-909

Natural habitat of Aegilops squarrosa in Xinjiang Uygur, China. Wheat Information Service ( 73): 33-35

Natural habitats of Lycopersicon species. HortScience 26(5): 466-471

Natural habitats of phlebotomine sandflies in northern Nigeria. Insect science and its application 13(1): 113-119

Natural heritage accounts and sustainable development. CEPAL Review ( 41): 119-132

Natural heterozygosity and the epidemiology of Candida albicans. Candida albicans Cellular and molecular biology: 188-197

Natural history of HIV infections. Giornale di Malattie Infettive e Parassitarie 43(7): 537-544

Natural history of a wind-pollinated Central American dry forest legume tree (Ateleia herbert-smithii Pittier). Monographs in Systematic Botany from the Missouri Botanical Garden 29: 293-376

Natural history of cow milk allergy: clinical outcome. Journal of Pediatrics 116(6): 862-867

Natural history of recurrent urinary tract infections in women. Reviews of Infectious Diseases 13(1): 77-84

Natural history of wild bees and honey bees. Honeybee Science 12(2): 49-54

Natural history, development and immatures of Pleurotobia tristigmata (Erichson) (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Aleocharinae). Coleopterists Bulletin, 444: 445-460

Natural honey prevents indomethacin and ethanol-induced gastric lesions in rats. Saudi Medical Journal 12(5): 437-438

Natural honey prevents indomethacin- and ethanol-induced gastric lesions in rats. Saudi Medical Journal 11(4): 275-279

Natural hosts of Cuscuta reflexa. Indian Phytopathology 41(1): 154-155

Natural hybridization between Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) and brook trout (S. fontinalis): evidence from northern Labrador. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 488: 1437-1445

Natural hybridization between Cypripedium montanum and its yellow-lipped relatives. American Orchid Society Bulletin 61(6): 546-559 + cover pages

Natural hybridization in western gooseberries (Ribes subgenus Grossularia: Grossulariaceae). Madrono 38(2): 115-129

Natural hybrids between Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., and trout, Salmo trutta L., in juvenile salmonid populations in south-west England. Journal of Fish Biology 39(Supplement A): 335-341

Natural hybrids of Papilio (Insecta: Lepidoptera): poor taxonomy or interesting evolutionary problem?. Canadian Journal of Zoology 68(8): 1790-1799

Natural hydrocarbon emission in the United Kingdom. Atmospheric Environment Part A, General Topics 25(7): 1403-1408

Natural ice used to refrigerate a storage building. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 89-1630): 11 pp.

Natural image preserved with new technology. Danish Dairy and Food Industry Worldwide 8: 4-6

Natural immunities. Research in Immunology 142(8): 637-643

Natural incidence of parasitism of eggs of pentatomids on soyabeans in central-south Parana. Anais da Sociedade Entomologica do Brasil 19(1): 221-232

Natural incidence of peanut stunt virus infection in hybrid populations of Trifolium ambiguum X T. repens. Plant Disease 75(2): 156-159

Natural increase in the population of the Lithuanian SSR. Geografija 24: 38-49

Natural infection of Armillifer moniliformis in a smooth otter (Lutra perspicillata). Tropical Biomedicine 6(2): 139-140

Natural infection of Fossaria cubensis by paramphistome larvae. Revista Cubana de Ciencias Veterinarias 20(4): 233-238

Natural infection of Lutzomyia (Nyssomyia) whitmani (Antunes and Coutinho, 1939) by Leishmania of the braziliensis complex in Baturite, Ceara State, Northeast Brazil. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 85(2): 251

Natural infection of Lutzomyia ovallesi (Diptera: Psychodidae) with Leishmania in Duaca, Lara State, Venezuela. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 85(1): 61

Natural infection of Lutzomyia ovallesi (Diptera: Psychodidae) with parasites of the Leishmania braziliensis complex in a restricted focus of cutaneous leishmaniasis in northern Venezuela. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 83(3): 393-394

Natural infection of Lutzomyia trinidadensis (Diptera: Psychodidae) with Leishmania in Barquisimeto, Venezuela. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 85(4): 477-477

Natural infection of Lymnaea truncatula by Haplometra cylindracea and Notocotylus sp.: some field observations. Revue de Medecine Veterinaire 142(2): 139-142

Natural infection of Mystus gulio (Ham.) in relation to season, sex and size with Acanthosentis oligospinus Anantaraman, 1969 (Acanthocephala). Comparative Physiology and Ecology 15(1): 1-5

Natural infection of broad bean common mosaic virus (BCMV) in Saudi Arabia. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 98(5): 478-483

Natural infection of cats with Leishmania in Barquisimeto, Venezuela. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 85(1): 53

Natural infection of pea plants with lettuce mosaic virus in Shanghai. Acta Agriculturae Shanghai 6(4): 53-58

Natural infection of rice yellow mottle virus disease RYMV on rice in Sierra Leone. International Rice Research Newsletter 15(5): 19

Natural infection with Anaplasma marginale in two herds with different levels of infestation by the tick Boophilus microplus. Revue d' Elevage et de Medecine Veterinaire des Pays Tropicaux 43(4): 447-452

Natural infection with Clinostomum complanatum (Rud., 1819) in the birds of southern Japan. Japanese Journal of Parasitology 37(4): 254-257

Natural infection with Theileria hirci in Jumnapari goat - a case report. Indian Veterinary Journal 67(7): 677-678

Natural infections of Simulium bidentatum (Diptera: Simuliidae) with larvae of Onchocerca spp., in relation to a human zoonotic onchocerciasis in Oita, Japan. Japanese Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 17(4): 279-284

Natural infections of blackflies with larvae of zoonotic Onchocerca spp. in northeast Japan. Japanese Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 20(1): 1-9

Natural infections with strongyles in stud horses with reference to the possibilities and limitations of serological examination. Naturliche Strongyliden Infektionen bei Gestutspferden unter besonderer Berucksichtigung der Moglichkeiten und Grenzen serologischer Untersuchungen: 79 pp.

Natural infestation of Trypanosoma hannae Pittaluga (Kinetoplastida: Trypanosomatidae). Environment and Ecology 9(1): 294-295

Natural insecticide cream and lotions. Seifen, Ole, Fette, Wachse 114(10): 407

Natural killer and fungicidal activity of peripheral blood mononuclear cells in candidosis. Zhurnal Mikrobiologii, Epidemiologii i Immunobiologii ( 8): 61-64

Natural killer cell activity in visceral leishmaniasis. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 85(1): 54-55

Natural killer cells in female pigs after embryo transfer. Biol osnovy vysok produktiv s kh zhivotnykh: Tez dokl mezhdunar konf, Borovsk, 3-7 sent, 1990, ch 3: 58-65

Natural loosening of the wood/bark bond: a review and synthesis. Forest Products Journal 40(4): 25-31

Natural losses in persimmon fruits during cooling. Subtropicheskie Kul' tury ( 2): 123-127

Natural medicine from honey bees (apitherapy). Natural medicine from honey bees apitherapy: 93 pp.

Natural minerals - a contribution to environment friendly animal production. Muhle + Mischfuttertechnik 128(51/52): 686

Natural mortality of Varroa jacobsoni and infestation levels in beehives. Apicoltura ( 6): 1-9

Natural mortality of aphid lion (Chrysopa vulgaris) eggs. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 6011: 751-752

Natural mortality: the amount of wood, merchantable structure, utilization. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 11): 33-37

Natural nitrogen-15 abundance of ammonium nitrogen and fixed ammonium in soils. Pedosphere 2(3): 265-272

Natural occurrence and salient characters of nonnodulating chickpea plants. Crop Science 32(2): 349-352

Natural occurrence of freesia mosaic virus in Alstroemeria sp. Plant Disease 76(6): 643

Natural occurrence of mycotoxins in groundnuts, cottonseed, soya, and cassava. Mycotoxins and animal foods: 341-362

Natural occurrence of mycotoxins in growing and conserved forage crops. Mycotoxins and animal foods: 363-397

Natural occurrence of mycotoxins in small grain cereals (wheat, barley, rye, oats, sorghum, millet, rice). Mycotoxins and animal foods: 301-324

Natural occurrence of vesicular-arbuscular fungi in grape vine and apple trees. Interrelationships between microorganisms and plants in soil Proceedings of an International Symposium, Liblice, Czechoslovakia, Jun 22-27, 1987: 141-147

Natural occurrence of zearalenone and toxicogenic fungi in amaranth grain. International Journal of Food Microbiology 13(1): 75-80

Natural occurrence of zearalenone in rice and soybean produced in Korea. Mycotoxin Research 7(2): 69-72

Natural occurrences of brassinosteroids. Cutler, H. G., T. Yokota And G. Adam (ed.). Acs (american Chemical Society) Symposium Series, 474. Brassinosteroids: Chemistry, Bioactivity, And Applications; 200th National Meeting Of The American Chemical Society, Washington, D.c., Usa, August 26-31, And An International Workshop By The Federation Of European Chemical Societies, Halle Saale, Germany, October 29-November 2, 1990. Ix 358p. American Chemical Society: Washington, D.c., Usa. Illus. 26-35

Natural outcrossing in dwarf pigeonpea. Euphytica 53(1): 37-40

Natural outcrossing on two cytoplasmic male sterile lines in northern India. International Rice Research Newsletter 16(4): 10

Natural oxygen and nitrogen isotope abundances of compounds involved in denitrification. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 60: 361-366

Natural parasitism of buffaloes in Botucatu, S.P., Brazil. II. Observations on helminths of the genus Strongyloides. Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinaria e Zootecnia 43(6): 517-523

Natural parasitism of buffaloes in Botucatu, Sao Paulo, Brazil. I. Observations on Toxocara vitulorum (Goeze, 1782). Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinaria e Zootecnia 41(6): 511-525

Natural parasitism of pomegranate butterfly, Deudorix epijarbas Moore in mid-hill regions of Solan and Sirmaur, Himachal Pradesh. Journal of Biological Control 3(1): 65-66

Natural parasitization in eggs of Lymantria obfuscata Walk. at Srinagar (J. & K.). Bulletin of Entomology New Delhi 28(1): 70-72

Natural pastures in the Extremaduran dehesa rangelands. Coleccion Informacion Tecnica Agraria Serie Ganaderia ( 4): 27 pp.

Natural pesticides from plants . Janick, J And J E Simon (Ed ) Advances in New Crops; First National Symposium, New Crops: Research, Development, Economics, Indianapolis, Indiana, Usa, October 23-26, 1988 Xxii+560p Timber Press, Inc : Portland, Oregon, Usa Illus Maps 511-517

Natural phenylpropanoids. Monografias de la Academia Nacional de Ciencias Exactas, Fisicas y Naturales, Buenos Aires ( 3): 15-21

Natural plant materials as overwintering sites for arthropods in the coastal plain of South Carolina. Florida Entomologist, 744: 543-554

Natural plant products: a safe preventive measure against Anthrenus vorax (Coleoptera: Dermestidae). Biodeterioration of cultural property Proceedings of the International Conference, 20-25 February, 1989, Lucknow, India: 186-192

Natural preservatives. Rural Research ( 152): 27-28

Natural productivity accounts: an instrument of knowledge and a tool for decision makers. Revue Economique 41(2): 243-268

Natural products and the development of selective antiprotozoal drugs. Phytotherapy Research 4(4): 127-139

Natural products as biotechnical weapons towards the future pest management of Diabrotica beetles (1). Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Gent 54(3a): 945-954

Natural products as herbicides. Proceedings of the 1st International Weed Control Congress (Vol. 1): 302-305

Natural products of woody plants. I and II: Chemicals extraneous to the lignocellulosic cell wall. Natural products of woody plants I and II: Chemicals extraneous to the lignocellulosic cell wall: xli + xxi + 1243 pp.

Natural protection and voluntary extension of the tropical African forest cover. Greenhouse effect, sea level and drought Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Geohydrological management of sea level and mitigation of drought, held at Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, 1-7 March 1989: 241-252

Natural radionuclides in a tropical river subjected to pollution. Water Air & Soil Pollution 55(3-4): 305-320

Natural rain forest fires in eastern Borneo during the Pleistocene and Holocene. Naturwissenschaften 76(11): 518-520

Natural rain forest management at the Bajo Calima Concession, Colombia. Forestry Research Report Smurfit Group, plc ( 6): 25 pp.

Natural regeneration and development prospects of Japanese red pine forest in the Shandong Peninsula. Journal of Ecology Beijing 8(2): 18-22, 55

Natural regeneration in dying stands of Puszcza Jodowa. Sylwan 132(10): 17-25

Natural regeneration in the oak forests of Dilijan State Reserve. Biologicheskii Zhurnal Armenii 43(7): 605-608

Natural regeneration of Ginkgo biloba from downward growing cotyledonary buds (basal chichi). American Journal of Botany 79(5): 522-530

Natural regeneration of an autochorus species in the forest of French Guiana: Eperua falcata Aublet (Caesalpiniaceae). Biotropica 21(2): 115-125

Natural regeneration of silver fir in the Vallombrosa forest. Annali Accademia Italiana di Scienze Forestali 38: 541-584

Natural regeneration on dead trees in a cloud forest in Costa Rica. Serie Tecnica: Informe Tecnico Centro Agronomico Tropical de Investigacion y Ensenanza ( 177): vi + 28 pp.

Natural regeneration on felled areas of fresh oak forests in the Ukrainian forest-steppe zone. Lesovedenie ( 4): 79-86

Natural regulation factors and classical biological control of the coffee berry borer (Hypothenemus hampei Ferrari) in Ecuador. Integrated Pest Management in Tropical and Subtropical Cropping Systems ' 89, held on 8-15 February 1989, Bad Durkheim, Germany; ( 2): 331-344

Natural removal of astringency in PCNA persimmon fruit cv. 'Jiro' grown in some different districts of Japan. Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science 58(4): 807-811

Natural resistance of the branchwood of Ceiba pentandra (Linn.) Gaertn. to fungal decay at two contrasting phenological phases. Nigerian Journal of Botany 2: 119-125

Natural resource accounting - an overview from a New Zealand perspective with special reference to the Norwegian experience. Information Paper Centre for Resource Management ( 22): iv + 96 pp.

Natural resource accounting for soils: towards an empirical estimate of costs of soil degradation for India. Discussion Paper Indira Ghandi Institute of Development Research ( 48): 13 pp.

Natural resource accounting systems and environmental policy modelling. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 45(5): 533-539

Natural resource accounting: an overview. Development research: the environmental challenge: 205-219

Natural resource conservation: an ecological approach. Natural resource conservation: an ecological approach (Ed. 5): xiii + 538 pp.

Natural resource degradation: policy, economics and management. Development research: the environmental challenge: 43-57

Natural resource economics: conservation and exploitation. Natural resource economics: conservation and exploitation: ix + 360pp.

Natural resource management and agricultural development in the arid areas of East Africa. Advances in Desert and Arid Land Technology and Development 5: 85-96

Natural resource management at the local level: will this bring food security to the Sahel?. IDS Bulletin 22(3): 22-30

Natural resource management for sustainable development. A study of feasible policies, institutions and investment activities in Nepal with special emphasis on the hills. Journal of International Development 2(4): 449-470

Natural resource management in the Sahel: bridging the gap between top-down and bottom-up. Development research: the environmental challenge: 110-117

Natural resource management in the Third World: a policy and research agenda. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 72(5): 1269-1273

Natural resource management: an economic perspective. Natural resource management: an economic perspective: vii + 332pp.

Natural resource policymaking in developing countries: environment, economic growth, and income distribution. Natural resource policymaking in developing countries: environment, economic growth, and income distribution: xiii + 223pp.

Natural resource prices, export policies, and deforestation: the case of Sudan. World Development Oxford 19(10): 1289-1297

Natural resource survey of the northern portion of Rockton Section, Bondi State Forest. Forest Resources Series Forestry Commission of New South Wales ( 7): 176 pp.

Natural resources. Population matters: people, resources, environment and immigration: 65-158

Natural resources and aquaculture: emerging policy issues in the north central states. Society and Natural Resources 4(2): 123-131

Natural resources and rural agriculture: in balance or imbalance? The example of Botswana's rangelands. Network Paper African Livestock Policy Analysis Network ( 28): 29pp.

Natural resources assessment and policy. Soil management for sustainability: 145-166

Natural resources in Chad. Bois et Forets des Tropiques ( 228): 49-62

Natural resources management program: tourism, technology and the environment. Natural resources management program: tourism, technology and the environment: 31pp. + app.

Natural resources of Sri Lanka. Conditions and trends. Natural resources of Sri Lanka Conditions and trends: xii + 280 pp.

Natural restoration of vegetation and its effects on some soil conditions in hilly red soil areas. Scientia Agricultura Sinica 23(3): 60-69

Natural revegetation of coal mine spoils in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta and its significance for species selection in land restoration. Moutain Research and Development 12(3): 285-300

Natural role of Eretmocerus mundus Mercet and Prospaltella lutea Masi on populations of Bemisia tabaci Genn. Agricultural Research Review 68(1): 197-208

Natural rotenoids from Tephrosia apollinea and their effects against Aphis craccivora Koch (Aphididae). Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Gent 55(2b): 657-660

Natural rubber and biotechnology. Biotekhnologiya (1): 27-29

Natural rubber-producing plants for the United States. Natural rubber producing plants for the United States: viii + 43 pp.

Natural rubber: still going strong. Planter 66(774): 481-493

Natural scrapie in British sheep: breeds, ages and PrP gene polymorphisms. Veterinary Record 130(18): 389-392

Natural scrapie in goats: case histories and clinical signs. Veterinary Record 131(4): 66-68

Natural scrapie in goats: neuropathology. Veterinary Record 131(5): 93-96

Natural season-long and diurnal temperature effects on lettuce seed production and quality. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 116(3): 396-400

Natural seedling regeneration in Quercus mongolica var. grosseserrata secondary forests and the cutting cycle of charcoal-wood forest. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 71(1): 26-30

Natural selection effects in wheat populations grown under contrasting tillage systems. Crop Science 32(3): 605-611

Natural selection for ozone tolerance in Populus tremuloides: an evaluation of nationwide trends. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 21(7): 1091-1097

Natural sinks of CO2. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 64(1-2): xi + 466 pp

Natural suppression of mealybugs in guava orchards. Entomon 15(3-4): 245-248

Natural systems for preventing contamination and growth of microorganisms in foods. Food Structure 10(4): 361-374

Natural thinning, regeneration and standards for thinnings in mixed Scots pine forests in the north of European Russia. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 7): 47-51

Natural toxicants in foods. Trends in food science and technology Proceedings of the Second International Food Convention IFCON 88 held during Feb 18 to 23, 1988 at Mysore: 242-250

Natural tree regeneration after clearcutting in Arizona's ponderosa pine forests: two long-term case studies. Research Note Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( RM-507): 6 pp.

Natural variability in yield of lowbush blueberries. Hortscience 26(3): 245-246

Natural variability of three geographic isolates of gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) nuclear polyhedrosis virus. Journal of Economic Entomology 84(1): 71-75

Natural variation in wood specific gravity of Pinus greggii, P. leiophylla and P. pringlei. CAMCORE Bulletin on Tropical Forestry ( 5): 24 pp.

Natural vegetation as a source or sink for atmospheric ammonia: a case study. Science 255(5044): 581-583

Natural vegetation of Oregon and Washington: commentary and bibliographic supplement. Natural vegetation of Oregon and Washington: commentary and bibliographic supplement: 35 pp.

Natural ventilation in polyethylene greenhouses with and without shading screens. Proceedings of the international seminar and British Israel workshop on greenhouse technology, Bet Dagan, Israel, 26 March 2 April 1990: 65-71

Natural ventilation of greenhouses in desert climate. Acta Horticulturae 281: 167-174

Natural ventilation. Calculation, design and control. Specialmeddelande Institutionen for Lantbrukets Byggnadsteknik, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet ( 178): 109 pp.

Natural versus refined sulphur-a breath of Frasch air. Industrial Minerals ( 286): 19-20, 23-24, 27-29

Natural veterinary medicine: ectoparasites in the tropics. Natural veterinary medicine: ectoparasites in the tropics: 183 pp.

Natural watercress beds in the Limousin region. Some observations on the population dynamics of three lymnaeid species. Revue de Medecine Veterinaire 141(11): 855-859

Natural yellow colorant from safflower flowers. Pishchevaya Promyshlennost' , Ezhemesyachnyi Teoreticheskii i Nauchno Prakticheskii Zhurnal ( 3): 50-51

Natural zeolite in diets for young cattle. Sibirski Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauk ( 3): 64-66

Natural zeolites in the diets for high-yielding cows. Zootekhniya ( 2): 43-45

Naturalistic cultivation and natural development of bank strips. Zeitschrift fuer Kulturtechnik und Landentwicklung 31(4): 236-243

Naturalization of Hordeum jubatum (Poaceae) in the Altay territory. Sibirskii Biologicheskii Zhurnal (2): 10-14

Naturally acquired CD8+ cytotoxic T lymphocytes against the Plasmodium falciparum circumsporozoite protein. Journal of Immunology 149(3): 966-971

Naturally acquired Pasteurella multocida infection in rabbits: immunological aspects. Laboratory Animal Science 40(3): 289-292

Naturally acquired Pasteurella multocida subsp. multocida infection in a closed colony of rabbits: characteristics of isolates. Laboratory Animals 25(3): 236-241

Naturally acquired and experimental infection of common rats with Salmonella gallinarum. Bericht des 3 Hohenheimer Seminars: Aktuelle Probleme der Desinfektion von Nutztierstallen sowie von Fest und Flussigmist, 18-19 September 1990: 28-37

Naturally acquired circumsporozoite antibodies and their role in protection in endemic falciparum and vivax malaria. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 44(2): 201-204

Naturally acquired immunity to Plasmodium falciparum. Parasitology Today 7(3): A68-A71

Naturally acquired infections: what's needed?. Hookworm disease current status and new directions: 221-230

Naturally existing model of glomerulonephritis mediated by immune complexes associated with hydatidosis in sheep. Nephron 57(2): 253-254

Naturally occurring Bacillus thuringiensis in Indonesia. Journal of applied bacteriology 73(2): 108-113

Naturally occurring active Ac transposable element in the maize CO159 inbred line. Maydica 36(3): 189-195

Naturally occurring aluminum-organic complexes. Environmental chemistry of aluminum: 117-145

Naturally occurring antifeedants: effects on two polyphagous lepidopterans. Journal of Applied Entomology, 1122: 194-201

Naturally occurring arsenic in groundwaters of the midwestern United States. Environmental Geology and Water Sciences 18(2): 137-141

Naturally occurring biological control of rice gall midge at Raipur, India. Oryza 26(4): 393-395

Naturally occurring lectins in the haemolymph of Panstrongylus megistus (Hemiptera: Reduviidae). Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 83(4): 525-527

Naturally occurring pest bioregulators. Naturally occurring pest bioregulators: xii + 456 pp.

Naturally occurring point mutation in the C terminus of the polymerase gene prevents duck hepatitis B virus RNA packaging. Journal of Virology 66(2): 1282-1287

Naturally occurring radon 222 as a tracer for streamflow generation: steady state methodology and field example. Water Resources Research 26(12): 3065-3075

Naturally occurring regenerative differentiation of xylem around adventitious roots in Luffa cylindrica seedlings. Annals of botany 67(5): 379-382

Naturally occurring spongiform encephalopathy in cats in the U.K. Australian Veterinary Practitioner 21(4): 174-176

Naturally occurring toxic factors in animal feedstuffs. Feedstuff evaluation: 377-394

Naturally occurring toxicants in foodstuffs. 1. Mycotoxins. Food Laboratory News ( 20): 38-45

Naturally occurring toxicants in foodstuffs. 3. Phycotoxins. Food Laboratory News ( 22): 41-49

Naturally occurring trypanosomiasis in some cattle herds around the Jos Plateau of Nigeria. Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa 37(1): 95-96

Naturally occurring variants of maize Adh1 differ in organ-specific expression both in quantity and developmental timing. Maydica 36(2): 115-128

Naturally-occurring deterrents to cabbage root fly egg-laying. Brighton Crop Protection Conference, Pests and Diseases ( 1): 263-268

Naturally-occurring transitional cell carcinoma in the dog: a case report. Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa 40(1): 61-64

Nature and behaviour of organic matter in soils under natural forest, and after deforestation, burning and cultivation, near Manaus. Forest Ecology and Management 38(3-4): 247-257

Nature and distribution of alkyl carbon in forest soil profiles: implications for the origin and humification of aliphatic biomacromolecules. Science of the Total Environment 117/118: 175-185

Nature and extent of acid soils occurring in the coastal saline area of Indian Sundarbans (part), West Bengal. Journal of the Indian Society of Coastal Agricultural Research 8(1): 1-7

Nature and extent of involvement of men and women in animal husbandry operations. Indian Dairyman 44(7): 332-337

Nature and localization of soil degradation in Senegal. Cahiers ORSTOM, Serie Pedologie1990; 25(3253-262): Senegal

Nature and magnitude of genetic parameters of few important agronomic traits of rice under saline vis-a-vis normal soil. Journal of the Andaman Science Association 6(2): 109-114

Nature and mechanisms of formation of metal-humus complexes. Soviet Soil Science 21(1): 32-41

Nature and origin of an aluminous vermiculite weathering product in acid soils from upland catchments in Scotland. Clay Minerals 25(4): 467-475

Nature and properties of soil humic acid as influenced by incorporation of different plant materials. Plant & Soil 140(1): 75-84

Nature and structure of rural habitations. Nature and structure of rural habitations: xxxiv + 358pp.

Nature and utilization of seed reserves during germination and heterotrophic growth of young sugar beet seedlings. Seed Science Research 2(1): 1-8

Nature and variability of human food consumption. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 334(1270): 281-8, Discussion 288

Nature and variability of the microbial flora in the Comte and Beaufort cheese smear. Lait Lyon 72(2): 143-164

Nature areas and ecotourism. Management tendencies in Europe. Tourism Reports ( 5): 115-125

Nature areas for city people. Ecology Handbook ( 14): 116pp.

Nature based tourism: an annotated bibliography. Nature based tourism: an annotated bibliography: 243pp.

Nature conservation - better with land consolidation?. Land, Agrarwirtschaft und Gesellschaft 6(2): 195-205

Nature conservation and forestry. Forstwissenschaftliches Centralblatt 108(6): 309-349

Nature conservation in Hounslow. Ecology Handbook ( 15): 75pp.

Nature conservation in the perspective of sustainable development: the case of Costa Rica. Loisir et Societe 13(2): 409-430

Nature engineering and civil engineering works. Nature engineering and civil engineering works: 139 pp.

Nature for people: the role of local planning authorities in urban nature conservation. Occasional Paper Town and Regional Planning, University of Sheffield ( TRP 93): 14 pp.

Nature management and sustainable development. Nature management and sustainable development: xx + 531 pp

Nature management plan and the charm of the Limborg district (Netherlands). Heidenujtijdschrift 102(1): 22-25

Nature of administrative areas. Indian Geographical Journal 65(1): 7-17

Nature of apomixis in some Bulgarian varieties of walnut (Juglans regia). Rasteniev' dni Nauki 27(6): 73-77

Nature of chromosome pairing in SH-genome octaploids involving Elymus canadensis and E. trachycaulus: a genome dose dependent bivalentizing mechanism. Genome 33(5): 613-618

Nature of disease resistance to compost-borne and airborne pathogens of Agaricus bisporus. Genetics and breeding of Agaricus Proceedings of the First International Seminar on Mushroom Science, Mushroom Experimental Station, Horst, Netherlands, 14-17 May 1991: 97-102

Nature of genome-specific proteins as serological markers of genomes Bl and D in the Triticeae. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya ( 1): 83-87

Nature of heterosis in plants and its prediction. 2 Vsesoyuznoe soveshchanie "Genetika razvitiya", Tashkent, 29-31 avgusta, 1990: Tezisy dokladov, tom 1, chast' 1: 11-12

Nature of inhibition of dissimilatory nitrate reductase activity in an Inceptisol. Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science 38(4): 742-744

Nature of insertion sequences in additional mutable alleles recovered from Mutator backgrounds. Maize Genetics Cooperation News Letter ( 64): 106-107

Nature of malathion resistance in a laboratory selected strain of Sitophilus oryzae (L.). Journal of Entomological Research (New Delhi): 142: 189-191

Nature of meiosis in hybrids of bread wheat with the amphidiploid Triticum dicoccum X Aegilops speltoides. Tsitogenetika zernovykh kul' tur: 13-16

Nature of metabolic heterogeneity of chlorophyll pigment pool. Vestsi Akademii Navuk BSSR Seria Biyalagichnykh Navuk ( 4): 33-36, 125

Nature of methylation of the rDNA genes in callus tissue of winter wheat. Problemy teoreticheskoi i prikladnoi genetiki v Kazakhstane: Materialy Res ikanskoi konferentsii, Alma Ata, 18-22 noyabrya, 1990: 62-63

Nature of mutation of properties in barley hybrids in nonallelic gene interaction. Soviet Agricultural Sciences ( 6): 8-11

Nature of organic matter associated with clay fractions of a ferrallitic soil. Comptes Rendus de l' Academie des Sciences Series 2, Mechanique, Physique, Chimie, Sciences de la Terre et de l' Univers 312(12): 1491-1497

Nature of organic matter in the soils of East Vidarbha. Journal of Soils and Crops 1(1): 1-10

Nature of phenolic compounds in soils treated with sugarcane trash and rice straw. Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science 38(3): 531-533

Nature of polyphenols in coconut. Indian Coconut Journal 22(5): 2-4

Nature of resistance to culmicolous smut of sugarcane caused by Ustilago scitaminea. Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Cairo 41(12): 497-510

Nature of soil carbohydrate and its association with soil humic substances. Journal of Soil Science 43(2): 359-373

Nature of some acid sulphate soils occurring in the coastal area of West Bengal. Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science 39(1): 56-62

Nature of starch crystallinity in parboiled rice. Starch 41(5): 171-176

Nature of the association between pisentii-group mites (Acari: Macrochelidae: Macrocheles) and dung beetles of the genus Scarabaeus (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) in southern France. Acarologia (Paris): 321: 3-11

Nature of the conditioning effect on pecan by blackmargined aphid. Southwestern Entomologist 16(3): 267-282

Nature of the development of hybrids from backcrosses of Gossypium hirsutum L. X G. barbadense L. with the two parent species. II. Characteristics of the BC1 following backcrosses of the F2. Genetika i Selektsiya 25(2): 153-159

Nature of the development of hybrids from backcrossing Gossypium hirsutum L. X G. barbadense L. to both parental species. I. Characterization of the BC1. Genetika i Selektsiya 24(4): 237-243

Nature of the expression of combining ability in inbred lines of maize during ontogeny. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya ( 1): 65-69

Nature of the expression of quantitative characters in spring bread wheat sown at different rates. Nature of the expression of quantitative characters in spring bread wheat sown at different rates (Dep. 6098-V90): 28 pp.

Nature of the inheritance of 1000-grain weight and its interrelation with the main indices of grain quality in winter wheat. Selektsiya i semenovodstvo zernovykh i zernobobovykh kul' tur v sisteme NPO "Sakhsvekla": Sbornik nauchnykh trudov: 37-42

Nature of the inheritance of grain quantity and quality in opaque hybrids of maize. Selektsionno geneticheskie issledovaniya kukuruzy i sorgo v Moldavii: 59-65

Nature of the inheritance of growth period duration in F1 hybrids and the combining ability of varieties in relation to their geographical remoteness of origin. 1 Res ikanskaya konferentsiya molodykh uchenykh "Teoreticheskie i prikladnye aspekty genetiki i selektsii zhivotnykh, rastenii i mikroorganizmov", Tashkent, 19-21 iyunya, 1990: Tezisy dokladov: 23-24

Nature of the inheritance of heading dates and yield of plants in reciprocal hybrids of spring bread wheat. Semenovodstvo i selektsiya sel' skokhozyaistvennykh kul' tur v Zapadnoi Sibiri: 6-17

Nature of the inheritance of resistance to loose smut in spring barley hybrids. Selektsiya i semenovodstvo polevykh kul' tur na Dal' nem Vostoke: 25-36

Nature of the inheritance of some mutant traits in barley. Genetika Moskva 25(12): 2259-2262

Nature of the large antibacterial proteins in bovine seminal plasma formed by reversible aggregation. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 34(4): 467-470

Nature of the late potentials and F-ratio values in dogs. Research in veterinary science 51(1): 1-5

Nature of the light dependence of millisecond delayed fluorescence in plants. Soviet Plant Physiology 37(6, I): 815-821

Nature of the variation in correlations between biochemical characteristics and yield during ontogeny in sugarbeet. Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Ordena Lenina i Ordena Trudovogo Krasnogo Znameni Akademii Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk im VI Lenina ( 2): 12-15

Nature of variability and associations in fenugreek . Indian Journal of Genetics & Plant Breeding 50(3): 260-262

Nature of variability of correlations between biochemical factors and productivity in sugar beet ontogenesis. Soviet Agricultural Sciences ( 2): 11-14

Nature of water permeability in mineral clay soils. Pochvovedenie ( 4): 55-64

Nature policy plan of the Netherlands. Nature policy plan of the Netherlands: 103pp.

Nature reserves in China. Tigerpaper 18(1): 2-5

Nature tourism and rural development in Tortuguero. Annals of Tourism Research 18(2): 186-201

Nature tourism in the context of the multiple use of mountain forest areas. Simposio sobre a floresta e o ordenamento do espaco de montanha: 287-297

Nature's way to safe disposal: the geohydrological way. Nuclear Active ( 40): 8-12

Nature's way to safe disposal: the geological and geochemical way. Nuclear Active ( 40): 2-7

Nature, origin and role of fatty acids of the nervous system: an essential fatty acid, alpha-linolenic acid, modulates cerebral structure and function. Bulletin de l' Academie Nationale de Medecine 173(9): 1137-1151

Nature, transport and fate of airborne residues. Environmental chemistry of herbicides Volume II: 89-117

Nature-based tourism. Special interest tourism: 105-127

Nautical tourism and island eco-tourism: the Yugoslav experience. Seminar on new forms of demand and new products, Nicosia Cyprus, 8-9 May 1991: 60-65

Navicular bone fracture in the pelvic limb in two horses. Veterinary Radiology 32(6): 283-285

Navigation and compass orientation by insects according to the polarization pattern of the sky. Zeitschrift fuer Naturforschung Section C Journal of Biosciences 43(5-6): 467-469

Navua sedge - potential problem weed for north Queensland. BSES Bulletin ( 37): 14-15

Navy beans may be widely grown in the UK. Arable Farming 18(2): 40-43

ndvF, a novel locus located on megaplasmid pRmeSU47b (pEXO) of Rhizobium meliloti, is required for normal nodule development. Journal of Bacteriology 173(13): 3981-3992

Near east regional commission on agriculture: third session, Nicosia, Cyprus, 11-15 September 1989. Near east regional commission on agriculture: third session, Nicosia, Cyprus, 11-15 September 1989: 28pp.; vii + 23pp.

Near failure of a 50-bar nitrogen supply line. Ammonia Plant Safety and Related Facilities 30: 33-38

Near floor air speeds from center slot air inlets in swine barns. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 90-4004): 26 pp.

Near infra-red spectroscopy for identifying malting quality. HGCA Project Report ( 28): 48 pp

Near infrared analysis of cane sugar products. Proceedings of the 1990 Sugar Processing Research conference: 57-77

Near infrared analysis of soluble solids in intact cantaloupe. Journal of food science: an official ication of the Institute of Food Technologists 54(2): 393-395

Near infrared interactance: validity and use in estimating body composition in adolescents. Nutrition Research 12(4/5): 427-439

Near infrared reflectance (NIR) spectroscopy to estimate the apparent ileal digestibility of protein in feedstuffs. Digestive physiology in pigs Proceedings of the 5th international symposium on digestive physiology in pigs, Wageningen Doorwerth, Netherlands, 24-26 April 1991: 260-265

Near infrared reflectance analysis as a method to measure metabolizable energy in complete poultry feeds. Poultry Science 71(7): 1179-1187

Near infrared reflectance analysis for determining the total protein content of chick-pea, lentil and pea seeds. Agricoltura Mediterranea 120(1): 103-109

Near infrared reflectance spectra of fibrous constituents in forages and rice straw. Bulletin of National Institute of Animal Industry ( 51): 17-27

Near infrared reflectance spectroscopy (NIRS): analysis of forage quality. Agriculture Handbook Washington ( 643): 110 pp.

Near infrared reflectance spectroscopy as a universal forage evaluation technique. Proceedings of the XVI International Grassland Congress, 4-11 October 1989, Nice, France: 885-886

Near infrared reflectance spectroscopy for estimation of digestible organic matter intake and body weight gain. Proceedings of the XVI International Grassland Congress, 4-11 October 1989, Nice, France: 893-894

Near infrared reflectance spectroscopy to determine the nutritive value in red clover (Trifolium pratense L.). Annali dell' Istituto Sperimentale per le Colture Foraggere1989; 8: 75-92

Near infrared reflectance spectroscopy: a survey of wavelength selection to determine dry matter digestibility. Journal of Dairy Science 74(7): 2200-2205

Near infrared spectroscopic analysis of forage samples digested in situ (nylon bag). Journal of Dairy Science 74(8): 2664-2673

Near infrared spectroscopic analysis of undried silages as influenced by sample grind, presentation method, and spectral region. Journal of dairy science 74(3): 882-895

Near infrared spectroscopy applications for ruminant feeding. Proceedings of the Georgia Nutrition Conference for the Feed Industry: 48-53

Near infrared video image analysis. Sciences des Aliments 11(4): 565-574

Near surface hydrological processes under changing land use in humid-equatorial conditions. IAHS Publication ( 187): 331-340

Near the limit for genetic progress?. Pig International 21(8): 11-14

Near triploidy in a feline fibrosarcoma. Journal of Veterinary Medicine Series A 38(8): 617-620

Near-UV absorption cross sections and trans/cis equilibrium of nitrous acid. Journal of Physical Chemistry 95(3): 1076-1082

Near-accidents and accidents with chainsaws in the leg region: results of a questionnaire survey. Forsttechnische Informationen 40(5): 38-39

Near-ambient drying of canola. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 89-6532): 14 pp.

Near-infrared reflectance measurement of moisture, protein and oil content of ground crambe seed. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 67(7): 435-437

Near-infrared spectrometry of microorganisms in liquid pharmaceuticals. Analytical Chemistry Washington 62(23): 2514-2521

Near-isogenic line localization of MDMV resistance to chromosome 6S. Maize Genetics Cooperation News Letter ( 65): 99-101

Near-isogenic lines of pea in studying the effect of histone genes on phenotypic characters. Ispol' zovanie izogennykh linii v selektsionno geneticheskikh eksperimentakh: I Vsesoyuznoe soveshchanie, Novosibirsk, 27-29 marta, 1990: Tezisy dokladov: 109-111

Near-isogenic lines of tobacco with the gene for resistance to powdery mildew Pmd from the variety Pobeda 3. Genetika i Selektsiya 23(5): 401-408

Near-natural forestry from the economic viewpoint. Forstarchiv 61(5): 185-190

Near-normal, empirical, and identity yield tables for estimating stand growth. Canadian journal of forest research = Revue canadienne de recherche forestiere 21(3): 353-362

Near-surface bare soil temperature model for biophysical models. Transactions of the ASAE 34(3): 748-755

Nearly ubiquitous tissue distribution of the scrapie agent precursor protein. Neurology 42(1): 149-156

Nebraska farm real estate market developments 1990-91. Report Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Nebraska Lincoln ( 166): 42pp.

Nebraska sedge (Carex nebraskensis Dewey): phenology and life history at Tule Meadow, Sierra National Forest, California. Journal of Range Management 45(2): 210-215

Nebulized pentamidine as prophylaxis for Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia. Journal of Antimicrobial ChemoTherapy 28(2): 309-309

Necator americanus secretory acetylcholinesterase and its purification from excretory-secretory products by affinity chromatography. Parasite Immunology (Oxford): 132: 187-199

Necator americanus: antigens and immunological targets. Hookworm disease current status and new directions: 340-350

Necator americanus: factors influencing skin penetration by larvae. Hookworm disease current status and new directions: 329-339

Necessary conditions for optimal timber management. Research Bulletin of the Experiment Forests, Kangweon National University ( 5): 17-23

Necessary prior considerations for the construction of agricultural expert systems: the case of the Ontario Beef Sire Selection Expert System. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 37(4 (I)): 709-722

Necessity for checking the results of breeding induced and spontaneous vegetative mutants (exemplified by apple). Sorta i tekhnologiya dlya sovremennogo sada: 7-11

Necessity for the reconstruction of housing systems for broiler hybrids. Baromfitenyesztes es Feldolgozas 37(2): 67-83

Necessity of juvenile hormone for choriogenesis in the moth, Heliothis virescens (Noctuidae). Invertebrate Reproduction and Development, 171: 57-63

Neck rot disease of Narcissus caused by Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. narcissi. Acta Horticulturae ( 266): 477-482

Neck wattles in lambs. Australian Veterinary Journal 68(2): 75-76

Necrolytic migratory erythema in a dog with a glucagon-secreting endocrine tumor. Veterinary Dermatology 2(3/4): 179-182

Necrolytic migratory erythema in dogs: a hepatocutaneous syndrome. Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association 26(6): 573-581

Necropsy studies in poultry. Cheiron 19(3): 141-142

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