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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 2187

Chapter 2187 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Pigmentation of coho salmon cultured in sea net pens with Antarctic krill and littoral mysid. Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi = Bulletin of the Japanese Society of Scientific Fisheries 56(6): 935-939

Pigmentation of cultured striped jack reared on diets supplemented with the blue-green alga Spirulina maxima. Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi = Bulletin of the Japanese Society of Scientific Fisheries 57(7): 1403-1406

Pigmentation of rainbow trout. Aquaculture 100(1-3): 209-229

Pigmentation of rainbow trout from start feeding to sexual maturation. Aquaculture 108(3-4): 333-346

Pigmentation of rainbow trout with astaxanthin and canthaxanthin in freshwater and saltwater. Aquaculture 101(1-2): 123-134

Pigmentation of rainbow trout with astaxanthin at different water temperatures. Aquaculture 97(2-3): 203-216

Pigmentation of the coat in Karakul ewes. Zootekhniya ( 12): 13-14

Pigmented cell lines of mouse albino melanocytes containing a tyrosinase cDNA with an inducible promoter. Somatic Cell and Molecular Genetics 16(4): 361-368

Pigments of the plastids and flavonoids of the leaves of Carica papaya. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 26(1): 98-99

Pigments present in virgin olive oil. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 67(3): 192-196

Pigouvian and standard approaches to the economic theory of the environment. QA, Questione Agraria ( 45): 75-82

Pigs. Anderson, R S And A T B Edney (Ed ) Pergamon Veterinary Handbook Series: Practical Animal Handling Xii+198p Pergamon Press: Oxford, England, Uk; New York, New York, Usa Illus Paper 67-76

Pigs 1990 - Reflections on the agricultural economy. Periodieke Rapportage Landbouw Economisch Instituut ( 7-90): 144pp.

Pigs in the eastern hills - an evaluation. Livestock in the hills of Nepal 2 Proceedings of the second livestock workshop held at Pakhribas Agricultural Centre, 11-16 March 1990: 113

Pigs: a guide to management. Pigs: a guide to management: 175 pp.

Pilgrimage and tourism at Lourdes, France. Annals of Tourism Research 19(1): 18-32

Pilgrimage centers: concentric and excentric. Annals of Tourism Research 19(1): 33-50

Pilgrimage in modern Ireland: a study in mise-en-scene and experience at Lough Derg, Croagh Patrick, and Knock Shrine. Dissertation Abstracts International A, Humanities and Social Sciences 51(12 (1)): p.3959

Pilgrimages in Poland versus pilgrimages in the world. Problemy Turystyki 13(1/2): 53-64

Pillar Valley's pest free plantation. BGF Bulletin 54(6): 8-9

Pillared clays as superior catalysts for selective catalytic reduction of NO with NH3. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research 31(6): 1440-1445

Pilosocereus rizzoianus Braun et Esteves. A new species of Cactaceae from Goias, Brazil . Cactus and Succulent Journal 64(3): 148-155

Pilot and full-scale experience in anaerobic treatment of brewer's yeast processing wastewater. Water Science and Technology 23(7-9): 1167-1177

Pilot areas and drainage technology. Land drainage in Egypt: 103-161

Pilot bioremediation of petroleum-contaminated soil. Biodeterioration and biodegradation 8: 576-577

Pilot investigations for determining the proportion of adhesive on wood particles with the aid of FTIR spectroscopy. Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 50(2): 67-72

Pilot investigations on applying NIR spectroscopy for evaluating the hardwood:softwood ratio and the adhesive content in chip mixtures. Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 50(1): 25-28

Pilot jet scrubber for total organic carbon (TOC) removal from pulp dryer vapours. Zuckerindustrie 117(9): 705-710

Pilot plant for heating milk in the temperature range between 40 and 150 degrees C. Kieler Milchwirtschaftliche Forschungsberichte 43(1): 15-25

Pilot plant studies of combined biological phosphorus and nitrogen removal. Vatten 47(2): 139-143

Pilot plant studies on biological sulphate removal from industrial effluent. Water Science and Technology 23(7-9): 1293-1300

Pilot plant studies on tannery waste water treatment with the objective to reduce sludge production. Water Science & Technology 23(10-12): 1863-1872

Pilot plant studies on the anaerobic treatment of different wastewaters from a fish-canning factory. Water Science and Technology 25(1): 37-44

Pilot plant study on microaerobic self-granulated sludge process (multi-stage reversing flow bioreactor: MRB). Water Science and Technology 23(4-6): 973-980

Pilot plant test of electron-beam disinfected sludge composting. Water Science and Technology 23(10-12): 1991-1999

Pilot plant trials for production of sugar from sugar beet in India. Sharkara 1990; 26(1-4): 26-28

Pilot project on biodiesel. Parts 1 and 2. Forschungsberichte der Bundesanstalt fur Landtechnik, Wieselburg (Nos. 25-26): 551pp

Pilot project to evacuate Abies alba provenances into the Spanish Pyrenees. Forst und Holz 43(13): 321-323

Pilot study for radiometric detection of mycobacteria in tuberculous changed lymph nodes of slaughter animals. Berliner und Munchener Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 105(2): 43-45

Pilot study for the relation of free amino acids in serum and in cerebrospinal fluid of horses. Tierarztliche Praxis 19(3): 271-275

Pilot study of seasonal cotton dust production potential. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 91-4008): 8 pp.

Pilot study of status of farm machinery safety features. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 91-5503): 12pp

Pilot study of the potential use of leucocyte adherence to Schistosoma haematobium eggs as an indication of immunity to reinfection. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 85(1): 83

Pilot study of the prevalence of antibodies to blue eye paramyxovirus in pigs in the Republic of Mexico. Veterinaria Mexico 23(1): 37-39

Pilot study on obesity in caries prediction. Community Dentistry & Oral Epidemiology 17(6): 289-291

Pilot study on the effect of Doqualast on diet-induced hyperuricaemia in volunteers. Arzneimittel Forschung 39(9): 1171-1172

Pilot trials with loader logging in New Zealand. Report New Zealand Logging Industry Research Association 15(2): 6 pp.

Pilot waste-stabilization pond in Tanzania. Journal of Environmental Engineering 118(2): 286-296

Pilot-plant demonstration of TVA pipe-cross reactor technology for the production of urea-based 17-17-17. Special ication, International Fertilizer Development Center, USA (SP-15): 139-140

Pilot-plant demonstration of selected operating parameters for the production of granular urea-based NPKs. Special ication, International Fertilizer Development Center, USA (SP-15): 133-138

Pilot-plant demonstration of urea-based NPK granular fertilizers produced by the compaction process. Special ication, International Fertilizer Development Center, USA (SP-15): 141-144

Pilot-scale bioremediation of chlorinated solvent and PNA-containing soils. Biotreatment: the use of microorganisms in the treatment of hazardous materials and hazardous wastes: Proceedings of the 2nd National Conference November 27-29, 1989, Washington, DC: 47-50

Pilot-scale demonstration of two-phase anaerobic digestion of activated sludge. Water Science and Technology 23(7-9): 1179-1188

Pilot-scale distillery spentwash biomethanation. Journal of Environmental Engineering 116(6): 1029-1045

Pilot-scale experiments with ammonia and urea as reductants in selective non-catalytic reduction of nitric oxide. 23rd Symposium International on Combustion/The Combustion Institute: 247-243

Pilot-scale production and purification of the cellulolytic enzyme system from the white-rot fungus Phanerochaete chrysosporium. Biotechnology and applied biochemistry 13(3): 323-334

Pima seed-cotton cleaning for maximum profit. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 91-1503): 8pp

Pimelea (Pimelea ferruginea). Variety: 'Pink Bouquet'. Application no. 91/057. Plant Varieties Journal 4(3): 21, 15

Pimozide in delusions of parasitosis. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 22(2 PART 1): 312-313

Pin oak root injury from soil acidification with sulfuric acid. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 9(2): 102-105

Pinar Dairy. Scandinavian Dairy Information 4(4): 20-21

Pinch grafting for treatment of an extensive wound of extremity in a dog. Indian Journal of Veterinary Surgery 11(2): 68-69

Pine bark beetles: a new pest management challenge for Chilean foresters. Journal of Forestry 86(12): 27-31

Pine forests of upland Crimea. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 75(3): 336-346

Pine growth-rate changes in the southeast: a summary of key issues for forest managers. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 12(2): 84-89

Pine needle cast fungi. Waldschutzmerkblatt ( 13): 6 pp.

Pine needle effects on in vivo and in vitro digestibility of crested wheatgrass. Journal of range management 45(3): 249-253

Pine provenance research in South Africa; promises and problems. South African Forestry Journal ( 153): 72-76

Pine reproduction weevils, Hylobius pales (Herbst) and Pachylobius picivorus (Germar) (Coleoptera: Cusculionidae). Entomology Circular Gainesville (332): 2 pp.

Pine seedling identification with a fourier transform based algorithm. Automated agriculture for the 21st century Proceedings of a conference held in Chicago, Illinois, USA, 16-17 December 1991: 28-35

Pine seedling root growth is reduced by defoliation and shading. Highlights of Agricultural Research, Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station 36(2): 14

Pine stem rust (Peridermium pini) in a Scots pine provenance trial at Teindland forest. Scottish Forestry 45(3): 169-174

Pine tip moth (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) infestation rates as influenced by site and stand characteristics in loblolly pine plantations in east Texas. Environmental Entomology, 213: 534-541

Pine tip moth, Rhyacionia spp., response to herbaceous vegetation control in an intensively site-prepared loblolly pine plantation. Forest Science 36(4): 1105-1118

Pine wilt nematode: an example of active risk assessmentExtended. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 19(2-3): 335-337

Pine wood nematodes (Bursaphelenchus spp.). Biological, taxonomical and epidemiological aspects. Comptes Rendus de l' Academie d' Agriculture de France 76(4): 13-20

Pine wood preservation. Duta Rimba 14(95-96): 3-10 (In), 10-18 (En)

Pine-pine gall rust on young jack pine in northwestern Ontario. Northern journal of applied forestry 7(3): 133-136

Pineapple - a potential fruit of coastal areas of Pakistan. Progressive Farming 7(4-5): 46-48

Pineapple disease and variety interaction. Keys to our future: combining the basics with new technology Hawaiian Sugar Technologists 48th annual conference report, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 6-8 November, 1988: A35-A36

Pineapple genetics: the inheritance of certain characters and their stability during vegetative cycles. Fruits Paris 45(5): 447-456

Pineapple intercropping in the first three years of rubber planting in small holdings: an economic analysis. Indian Journal of Natural Rubber Research 2(2): 118-124

Pineapples in South Africa. Fruits Paris 46(1): 35-45

Pineapples: fruit quality and its control. Fruits Paris 46(Numero Special Ananas): 380-389

Pinewood nematode, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus, found in packing case wood. Silva Fennica 25(2): 109-111

Pining for profit. Pining for profit: 22 pp.

Pink bollworm (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae): laboratory studies on the effect of cotton plant material on mating and oviposition of laboratory-reared and feral moths. Journal of Economic Entomology 83(5): 1837-1840

Pink bollworm management with pheromones. International Pest Control 33(3): 59

Pink bollworm seasonal distribution, yearly variation, and male moth trap catch relationships to population increases in cotton. Southwestern Entomologist, 153: 273-280

Pinning down loose ends: mapping telomeres and factors affecting their length. Plant Cell 4(8): 953-960

Pinocembrine: a bioactive flavanone from Teloxys graveolens. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 31(3): 383-389

Pinot noir thinning trial in Oltrepo Pavese. Vignevini 18(7-8): 36-38

Pinpointing clusters of apparently sporadic cases of Legionnaires' disease. Bmj 304(6833): 1022-1027

Pinto peanut (Arachis sp.). Plant Varieties Journal 2(4): 28-29

Pinus caribaea var. hondurensis: a multipurpose tree species in Central America. Serie Tecnica: Informe Tecnico Centro Agronomico Tropical de Investigacion y Ensenanza 1991; ( 175): viii + 59 pp.

Pinus maximinoi seed collections in Mexico and Central America. CAMCORE Bulletin on Tropical Forestry ( 4): 47 pp.

Pinus nigra in mixed plantations. Gorsko Stopanstvo 44(9): 24-25

Pinus nigra in the Sokolna reserve. Gorsko Stopanstvo 44(8): 23-25

Pinus oocarpa, a superior species for afforestation. Duta Rimba 16(123-124): 22-24

Pinus patula provenance trial: note on 1988 assessment of observation plots. PAC Technical Paper Pakhribas Agricultural Centre ( 101): i + 4 pp.

Pinus pinaster in the vegetation of the Iberian Peninsula. Ecologia Madrid (Fuera de Serie 1): 469-496

Pinus plantation establishment in Queensland: I. Field surveys for site preparation planning and site design. Australian Forestry 54(1-2): 75-82

Pinus plantation establishment in Queensland: II. Site preparation classes. Australian Forestry 54(1-2): 83-89

Pinus plantation establishment in Queensland: III. Site preparation design. Australian Forestry 54(1-2): 90-94

Pinworm (threadworm, seatworm) infection (enterobiasis). Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 10(5): 419-422

Pinworm infections of mice in the animal house, Faculty of Medicine, Kuwait University. Animal technology: journal of the Institute of Animal Technology 41(2): 141-143

Pinyon-juniper chaining and seeding for big game in central Utah. Journal of range management 42(2): 98-104

Pinyon-juniper stumpage values in northern Arizona. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 5(4): 116-119

Pinzerita: a hardy and productive meat sheep. Informatore Agrario 45(23): 69-70

Pioneer frontier and urban development. Social and economic differentiation of pioneer towns in northern Mato Grosso (Brazil). Geographische Zeitschrift 78(2): 115-134

Pioneer pastures of the northeastern Iberian serpentine soils. Lazaroa 12: 333-344

Pioneer work bears fruit: medicinal plant and herb production in Bavaria. Gemuse Munchen 26(8): 406-408

Pioneering large plastic bottles for milk. Milk Industry London 93(3): 46-48

Pip fruits, the prospects of obtaining better scion varieties and rootstocks. Professional Horticulture 5(1): 23-27

Pipe drainage and subsurface irrigation system in the Emilia-Romagna region. Irrigazione e Drenaggio 31(2): 3-6

Pipe drainage in hilly regions. Irrigazione e Drenaggio 39(1): 39-41

Pipe for watering plants. United States Patent (US 4,948,295): 6 pp

Pipe kiln modifications to equalize the bone char flow. Publication of Technical Papers and Proceedings of the Forty Ninth Annual Meeting of Sugar Industry Technologists, Inc: 151-167

Pipe rehabilitation with reinforced plastic liners. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 91-2036): 7 pp.

Pipe sizing for milking systems. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 91-3509): 10pp

Pipe system for liquid feeding of pigs. Mechanizace Zemedelstvi 40(12): 558-559

Pipeline, barge, and rail transport. Fertilizer science and technology: 267-283

Piper betle - a new host of Pratylenchus coffeae in India. International Nematology Network Newsletter 7(4): 21

Piperonyl butoxide as a tool in aquatic toxicological research with organophosphate insecticides. Ecotoxicology & Environmental Safety 21(3): 266-274

Piping and pseudokarst in drylands. Special Paper Geological Society of America ( 252): 77-110

Piping effects in humid lands. Special Paper Geological Society of America ( 252): 111-138

Piping erosion and badland development in south-east Spain. Catena, Supplement ( 14): 59-73

Piping overloads: topping turbines. Ammonia Plant and Related Facilities Safety 31: 175-179

Piptadenia peregrina seed germination control using abscisic acid. Revista Brasileira de Sementes 12(2): 9-16

Pipunculidae (Diptera) from Australia: the genera Cephalops Fallen and Beckerias Aczel. Invertebrate Taxonomy, 61: 143-158

Pira reviews of packaging. New developments in glass packaging. A literature review. Pira reviews of packaging New developments in glass packaging A literature review: 59 pp.

Pira seminar: developments in dairy packaging. Seminar proceedings 6 June 1991. Pira seminar: developments in dairy packaging Seminar proceedings 6 June 1991: 132 pp.

Pirang. Ecological investigations in a forest island in the Gambia. Pirang Ecological investigations in a forest island in the Gambia: 324 pp.

Pirimicarb and its metabolite residues in lettuce. Influence of cultural environment. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 38(3): 879-882

Pirimiphos-methyl residues in treated paddy. Grain postharvest systems Proceedings of the ASEAN Technical Seminar on Grain Postharvest Technology, Bangkok, Thailand, 19-21 August 1987 ( 10): 179-184

Piroplasmids. Zoological Science (Tokyo) 7(SUPPL): 149-154

Pisatin formation in rust infected peas. Plant Disease Research 4(2): 174-176

Piscicidal sterol acylglucosides from Edgeworthia chrysantha. Phytochemistry 0(9): 2927-2931

Piscirickettsia salmonis gen. nov., sp. nov., the causative agent of an epizootic disease in salmonid fishes. International Journal of Systematic Bacteriology 42(1): 120-126

Pisolithus tinctorius fails to improve plantation performance of inoculated conifers in southwestern Oregon. New forests(4): 349-358

Piste control: the planning and management of Scottish ski centres. Planner London 77(37): 6-8

Pistil hyperplasia in rice spikelets as affected by heat stress. Sexual Plant Reproduction 4(1): 39-43

Pistillate flower mutant in Capsicum annuum L. Capsicum Newsletter1990; ( 8-9): 44

Pisum germplasm. Annual report, AFRC Institute of Plant Science Research, John Innes Institute and Sainsbury Laboratory, 1989: ; 26

Pisum lipoxygenase genes. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 81(6): 800-805

Pit and lagoon storage. Fertilizer science and technology: 237-246

Pit bulls. Pet Veterinarian 2(6): 8...14

Pit membrane remnants in perforation plates of primitive dicotyledons and their significance. American Journal of Botany 79(6): 660-672

Pitch canker disease in California: pathogenicity, distribution, and canker development on Monterey pine (Pinus radiata). Plant Disease 75(7): 676-682

Pitch problems in the pulping and bleaching of Sarawak hardwoods. Part 1. General factors responsible for resin-speck formation from Dipterocarpaceae woods. Appita Journal 40(5): 351-358

Pitfall in diagnosis of Crohn's disease in a cystic fibrosis patient. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition 12(3): 369-371

Pitfall trapping of spiders in a small stand of oak near Dwingeloo, SW Drenthe (Arachnida: Aranei). Entomologische Berichten (Amsterdam): 5011: 154-156

Pitfalls in malaria interviews. Bulletin de la Societe de Pathologie Exotique et de ses Filiales 80(3 bis): 543-545

Pitfalls in the design and manufacture of infant formulas. Lebenthal, E (Ed ) Textbook Of Gastroenterology And Nutrition in Infancy, Second Edition Xxiii+1383p Raven Press: New York, New York, Usa Illus 435-448

Pitfalls in the diagnosis of malaria: a-parasitaemic severe malaria. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics 38(5): 268-268

Pitfalls in the measurement of real exchange rate effects on agriculture. World Development Oxford 20(7): 1009-1019

Pitfalls in transgenic plants. Chemical Regulation of Plants 26(1): 92-96

Pitfalls of increased professionalism in the field of leisure. Recreation Canada 49(3): 25-32

Pitostroma abietinum gen. et sp.nov., a new coelomycete on twigs of Abies alba. Mycological Research 96(8): 685-688

Pituitary GnRH receptor dynamics during continuous infusion of a low dose of GnRH in seasonally anoestrous ewes. Animal Reproduction Science 25(1): 41-49

Pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating polypeptide (PACAP) potentiates the gonadotropin-releasing activity of luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone. Endocrinology 129(4): 2260-2262

Pituitary and gonadal hormone-dependent and -independent induction of follicle-stimulating hormone receptors in the developing testis. Endocrinology 128(1): 477-487

Pituitary and testicular responses of beef bulls to active immunization against inhibin alpha. Journal of Animal Science 69(1): 252-257

Pituitary calcium channel modulation and regulation of prolactin gene expression. Molecular Endocrinology 4(5): 736-742

Pituitary hyperplasia induced by ectopic expression of nerve growth factor. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 89(7): 2764-2768

Pituitary luteinizing hormone and prolactin messenger ribonucleic acid levels are inversely related in laying and incubating turkey hens. Biology of Reproduction 47(4): 598-602

Pituitary prolactin concentrations associated with daily prolactin surges in pseudopregnant rats. Jikken Dobutsu. Experimental Animals 40(1): 39-43

Pituitary response to exogenous GnRH and metabolic clearance rate of exogenous progesterone in ovariectomized cows fed two levels of protein. Journal of Dairy Science 74(Supplement 1): 226

Pituitary response to repeated copulation and/or gonadotropin-releasing hormone administration in llamas and alpacas. Biology of Reproduction 47(5): 884-888

Pituitary response to thyrotropin, corticotropin and gonadotropin releasing factor in lactating cows treated for a fourth consecutive lactation with a prolonged release formulation of sometribove. Journal of Dairy Science 73(Supplement 1): 198

Pituitary-dependent hyperadrenocorticism in the dog. Alternative o,p'-DDD regimen. Veterinary Medicine Report 3(1): 64, 66-6T

Pituitary-dependent hyperadrenocorticism in the dog. Standard maintenance o,p'-DDD treatment. Veterinary Medicine Report 3(1): 65, 68-69

Pituitary-specific transcriptional initiation sites of the rat carboxypeptidase-H gene and the influence of thyroid hormone status. Molecular Endocrinology 6(5): 713-722

Pity the pitch apple - treat it as a spreading tree. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1989; 101: 122-127

Pityriasis (tinea) versicolor, tinea nigra, and piedra. Antifungal drug therapy A complete guide for the practitioner: 23-30

Pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta and acquired toxoplasmosis. Dermatologica 175(1): 41-44

Pityriasis versicolor confined to the radiation therapy field. Acta Oncologica 29(7): 949-950

Pityriasis versicolor in school children in Cross River State of Nigeria. Mycoses 33(11-12): 549-551

Pityriasis versicolor in the pediatric age. Pediatric Dermatology 8(1): 9-12

Pityriasis versicolor. A simple treatment method. Dermatologia, Revista Mexicana 35(2): 90-92

Pityriasis versicolor: unicity or duality?. Mycopathologia 111(1): 3-4

Pityrosporum folliculitis. Medecine et Armees 18(1): 47-48

Pityrosporum ovale and atopic dermatitis in children and young adults. Acta Dermato-Venereologica 72(3): 187-192

Pityrosporum ovale/orbiculare in papillomatous nevus cell nevi. Dermatologica 183(3): 191-196

Pix research in cotton. Special Report Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Arkansas ( 138): 27-30

Pixy is not good for all cultivars. The search for a weak plum rootstock (2). Fruitteelt Den Haag 80(23): 16-17

Place of dietary calcium in the treatment of hypertension. Cahiers de Nutrition et de Dietetique 25(6): 397-401

Place of microparticulate proteins in nutrition as substitutes for fat. Medecine et Nutrition 27(3): 140-144

Place of monoclonal antibodies in the study of breast cancer. Pathologie Biologie 37(1): 67-75

Place of vitamins in foods for adolescents. Cahiers de Nutrition et de Dietetique 26(1): 80-82

Place of vitamins in foods for athletes. Cahiers de Nutrition et de Dietetique 26(1): 78-80

Place of vitamins in low-energy milk products. Cahiers de Nutrition et de Dietetique 26(1): 82-83

Placement of phosphorus fertilizer at sowing of sugarbeet and soyabeans. Informatore Agrario 47(2): 67-76

Placement of sulphur fertilizer solutions for winter wheat in ridge- and reduced-tillage systems. Journal of Fertilizer Issues 8(2): 45-51

Placement of urea fertilizer under zero and conventional tillage for barley. Soil & Tillage Research 23(1-2): 193-197

Placental PGE2 and the initiation of parturition in the sheep. Eicosanoids in reproduction: 73-86

Placental and foetal size in ewes severely underfed for the first seventy days of pregnancy. Proceedings of the Australian Society of Animal Production 18: 521

Placental biosynthesis, metabolism and transport of eicosanoids. Eicosanoids in reproduction: 169-197

Placental malaria and fetal growth failure. Tropical Doctor 21(1): 37-38

Placental malaria and pregnancy outcome. International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics 37(4): 247-252

Placental progesterone production in mid- to late-gestation in the beef cow. Beef Cattle Research Report Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center ( 91-2): 73-83

Placental retention and abortion prevalence and pregnancy duration in cows in relation to animal housing. Acta Academiae Agriculturae ac Technicae Olstenensis, Veterinaria ( 19): 185-192

Placental retention in cows: treatment with PGF2- alpha. Veterinarstvi 42(6): 209-211

Placental transfer of fluoride in Holstein cows. Veterinary and Human Toxicology 34(1): 1-4

Placental transfer of malathion in the rabbit. Medical Science Research 17(17): 743-744

Placental transport and fetal and placental metabolism of amino acids. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry 2(1): 4-13

Places of pilgrimage in south-west Pannonia. Die Wallfahrtsorte Sudwestpannoniens: 383pp.

Places on the margin: alternative geographies of modernity. Places on the margin: alternative geographies of modernity: 334pp.

Placing money values on the unpriced benefits of forestry. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 85(3): 152-165

Plague and Glasnost. First information about human cases in the USSR in 1989 and 1990. Infection 18(6): 388-393

Plague in New Mexico, 1986-1987: what happened?. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Utah Mosquito Abatement Association 40: 16

Plague in Pueblo County, Colorado, prairie dogs (Cynomys ludovicianus). Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Utah Mosquito Abatement Association 40: 20-21

Plains of promise, rivers of destiny: water management and the development of Queensland 1824-1990. Plains of promise, rivers of destiny: water management and the development of Queensland 1824-1990: xviii + 359 pp

Plan, market and farmers' grain supply response in China. Economic Research Beijing ( 9): 62-69

Planar deformations of large unlined canals in natural soils. Water Resources 16(6): 549-554

Plane of nutrition in dairy cows, conversion of nutrients and productivity in relation to the use of steamed cereals. Sbornik Vedeckych Praci Vyzkumneho Ustavu Vyzivy Zvirat Pohorelice ( 22): 7-13

Planet under stress: the challenge of global change. Planet under stress: the challenge of global change: xv + 344 pp.

Planetary construction and reclamation of desert lands. Problems of desert development ( 5): 6-11

Planing of Norway spruce with very varied ring width. Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 49(5): 181-184

Plankton and macrobenthos in the combined facultative pond and aerated lagoon system at a sea-based solid waste disposal site. Environmental Technology 12(2): 97-106

Plankton community changes due to the addition of treated effluents to a freshwater reservoir used for drip irrigation. Water Research 26(5): 657-668

Plankton intake as a function of body weight by common carp fry in different feeding conditions. Aquaculture 93(1): 21-34

Planned change in farming systems: progress in on-farm research. Planned change in farming systems: progress in on farm research: x + 348pp.

Planned health programs for small-scale livestock farms in the Philippines. Extension Bulletin ASPAC, Food and Fertilizer Technology Center ( 337): 10 pp.

Planned land use for the tea country. Sri Lanka Journal of Tea Science 58(2): 92-103

Planned plant protection by computer assisted advice. KTBL Arbeitspapier ( 150): 101-109

Planned release of an engineered baculovirus insecticide. Baker, R. R. And P. E. Dunn (ed.). Ucla (university Of California-Los Angeles) Symposia On Molecular And Cellular Biology New Series, Vol. 112. New Directions In Biological Control: Alternatives For Suppressing Agricultural Pests And Diseases; Colloquium, Frisco, Colorado, Usa, January 20-27,. Xxii 837p. Alan R. Liss, Inc: New York, New York, Usa. Illus. 609-628

Planned release of genetically modified organisms: scientific and regulatory issues. Nitrogen fixation: achievements and objectives Proceedings of the 8th International Congress on Nitrogen Fixation, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA, 20-26 May 1990: 393-395

Planned selection of donor cows. Tierzuchter 44(8): 25-27

Planned technology development and local initiative: computer-supported enterprise comparisons among Dutch horticulturists. Sociologia Ruralis 31(2/3): 140-161

Planning - a technological process. Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Wilhelm Pieck Universitat Rostock, Naturwissenschaftliche Reihe 38(3): 92-93

Planning agriculture in the years 1921-1925. Ekonomicheskie Nauki ( 7): 95-99

Planning analysis of building for olive oil production in Sicily. Tecnica Agricola 42(2): 247-272

Planning and advisory work in the renewal of villages in Hessen. Falu 6(2/3): 67-85

Planning and design of forest road bridges. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen 140(9): 801-812

Planning and development of human settlements in Tanzania. Review of Rural and Urban Planning in Southern and Eastern Africa ( 1): 15-42

Planning and development of recreational sports programs. Asian Journal of Physical Education 14(1): 49-57

Planning and forest management in Natural Parks of Lombardy. Monti e Boschi 41(4): 19-22

Planning and implementation of buffalo development programme in India - NDDB's experience and projections. Buffalo production and health A compendium of latest research information based on Indian studies: 232-245

Planning and implementation of watershed management activities in small pilot watersheds of the Mahawel; River in Sri Lanka. Soil Conservation for survival: 179-191

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Planning and management of water resources in Syria. Country experiences with water resources management: economic, institutional, technological and environmental issues: 151-155

Planning and management of water-resource systems in developing countries. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 118(6): 603-619

Planning and management on farms. Tiedonantoja Maatalouden Taloudellinen Tutkimuslaitos ( 169): 23-29

Planning and managing forestry research: guidelines for managers. FAO Forestry Paper ( 96): xi + 181 pp.

Planning and managing recreation facilities and programs. Asian Journal of Physical Education 13(4): 40-49

Planning and programming of extension activities. SACCAR Workshop Series ( 8): 47-50

Planning and provision for sport: factfile 2, facilities. Planning and provision for sport: factfile 2, facilities: 72pp.

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Planning feed production and diets using microcomputers. Trudy Latviiskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii ( 254): 18-23, 64

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Planning for agriculture: the growing case for a conservation component. Geoforum 22(1): 75-79

Planning for agroforestry. Planning for agroforestry: ix + 338 pp.

Planning for basin-level cumulative effects in the Appalachian coal field. Wildlife and habitats in managed landscapes: 137-151

Planning for catastrophe: the fast track to recovery. Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly 33(2): 64-69

Planning for industry: a study in curriculum design. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 2(2): 20-23

Planning for leisure cycling in the Netherlands. Zeitschrift fur Kulturtechnik und Landentwicklung 33(3): 186-194

Planning for multiple-use forestry. Landbruksokonomisk Forum 8(4): 59-76

Planning for people and parks: design dilemmas. World Development Oxford 20(4): 557-570

Planning for refugees in Zambia: the settlement approach to food self-sufficiency. Third World Planning Review 14(1): 1-20

Planning for retirement: can we help?. Parks and Recreation Arlington 27(3): 36-40

Planning for rural employment creation in Melanesia: some education and labour market considerations. Regional Development Dialogue 11(4): 108-127

Planning for rural land use and development in a problem region: Mezenc. Economie Rurale ( 202/203): 46-47

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Planning for social change: major demographic trends in Saskatchewan. Recreation Canada 50(2): 29-33

Planning for sport and sports facilities. Aims and tasks in towns and local authority districts - Part 1. Gartenamt 41(4): 233-237

Planning for sustainability: access to fuelwood in Dhanusha District, Nepal. World Development Oxford 19(10): 1299-1314

Planning for the future. Dairy Industries International 57(3): 31, 33

Planning for the future. Leisure Manager 9(4): 6-7

Planning for the traditional landscape forces changes in land development - and vice versa. Landbruksokonomisk Forum 8(2): 57-70

Planning for wildlife in national forests: elk and mule deer habitats as an example. Wildlife Society Bulletin 18(1): 87-98

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Planning in rural areas. Report of a study tour to Germany, October/November 1990. ITF Rapport ( 16): 62 pp.

Planning integrated rural development projects in the Philippines: from blueprint to process?. Project Appraisal 6(4): 223-233

Planning model for water resource development in developing countries. IAHS Publication ( 180): 63-72

Planning of agricultural research: the case of Madagascar. Working Paper International Service for National Agricultural Research ( 39): 61pp.

Planning of development diagnosis and main factor analysis of factors in high yield soyabean production in converted fields on alluvial paddy field soil. Agriculture and Horticulture 65(8): 937-944

Planning of farm and consortium irrigation with respect to the environment. Irrigazione i Drenaggio 37(4): 20-23

Planning of intake structures. Planning of intake structures: 122 pp.

Planning of irrigation for sandy soils under sprinkler system. Egyptian Journal of Soil Science 30(4): 617-636

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Planning of shelter belts in arid and semi-arid areas. Tropenlandwirt, Beiheft ( 43): 232 pp

Planning of urban open space and the rural landscape. Amenagement des espaces verts urbains et du paysage rural: xiii + 305 pp.

Planning plus market: a new mechanism for changing the agricultural land tenure. Rural Economy and Society ( 2): 38-44

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Planning problems in endangered forests. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen 140(2): 139-149

Planning process and popular participation in the Sudan. Contemporary issues in African administration and development politics: 63-87

Planning rural development projects in Laos: a guide. Planning rural development projects in Laos: a guide: 191pp.

Planning schistosomiasis control programs: the role of mathematical models. Parasitic diseases: treatment and control: 145-153

Planning seasonal forage strategies in dairy farms. A linear programming approach. Proceedings of the XVI International Grassland Congress, 4-11 October 1989, Nice, France: 1321-1322

Planning secondary roads to reduce erosion and sedimentation in humid tropic steeplands. IAHS Publication ( 192): 318-327

Planning soil conservation in Bahi village, Dodoma District, Tanzania. Soil Conservation for survival: 384-390

Planning strategies for agricultural research. CAS Paper Centre for Agricultural Strategy, University of Reading ( 23): 89-95

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Planning the use of land for the 21st century. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 47(1): 32-34

Planning theories and techniques in India: a critique. Planning theories and techniques in India: a critique: xiii + 236pp.

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Planning under self-financing conditions. Molochnaya i Myasnaya Promyshlennost' ( 4): 22-25

Planning water supply and sanitation projects in developing countries. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 118(4): 351-355

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Planning with people - ethnobotany and African uses of plants in Namaqualand (South Africa). Mitteilungen aus dem Institut fur Allgemeine Botanik Hamburg 23b: 959-972

Planning with people: decentralization in Nepal. Planning with people: decentralization in Nepal: xii + 216pp.

Planning with women for wise use of the environment. Research and practical issues. Landscape and Urban Planning 20(1/3): 141-150

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Planning, administration and management in Chinese agriculture with particular reference to the post-Mao period. The transformation of rural society in the Third World: 295-313

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Planning-in-action: an innovative approach to human development. The Hunger Project. Community Development Journal 26(4): 329-336

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Plant Genetic Systems, a world leader in plant gene technology. Biotech Forum Europe 7(3): 202, 204-205

Plant NAD(H)-glutamate dehydrogenase consists of two subunit polypeptides and their participation in the seven isoenzymes occurs in an ordered ratio. Plant Physiology 97(1): 104-111

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Plant adaptation to hot and dry stresses in relation to horticultural plant breeding. Advances in Horticultural Science 4(1): 44-48

Plant adaptations in desert dunes. Journal of Arid Environments 21(2): 193-212

Plant aging: basic and applied approaches. Plant aging: basic and applied approaches: xi + 450 pp.

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Plant analyses as an aid in fertilizing forests. Westerman, R L (Ed ) Soil Science Society Of America Book Series, No 3 Soil Testing And Plant Analysis, Third Edition Xxvii+784p Soil Science Society Of America, Inc : Madison, Wisconsin, Usa Illus Maps 659-690

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Plant analysis handbook. A practical sampling, preparation, analysis, and interpretation guide. Plant analysis handbook A practical sampling, preparation, analysis, and interpretation guide: 213 pp.

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Plant and crop modelling: a mathematical approach to plant and crop physiology. Plant and crop modelling: a mathematical approach to plant and crop physiology: xv + 669 pp.

Plant and disease models for use in decision support programs for biocide application. Danish Journal of Plant and Soil Science Special Series Report 85(S 2161): 197-205

Plant and food lectins as metabolic signals for the gut. Annual Report Rowett Research Institute: 18-25

Plant and fungal invertases in grape berries infected with Botrytis cinerea. Physiological and molecular plant pathology 40(3): 181-189

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Plant and microbial toxic proteins as hemilectins: emphasis on canatoxin. Toxicon Oxford 29(7): 791-806

Plant and organ development. Schilperoort, Robbert A [Editor], Dure, L [Editor] Monographs in Systematic Botany; 10 Years plant molecular biology : 51-68

Plant and seed population dynamics of Emex. Plant Protection Quarterly 5(3): 89-90

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Plant and soil metabolism of carbofuran in cauliflower, Brussels sprouts and sugar beet crops. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Gent 54(2a): 263-267

Plant and soil water relations in high density lodgepole pine stands. Research Bulletin Agriculture Research Center, Washington State University ( XB0998): 14 pp.

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Plant area index in Eucalyptus globulus plantations determined indirectly by a light interception method. Tree physiology 7(1-4): 107-113

Plant associations on the Virginia barrier islands. Virginia Journal of Science 41(4A): 282-299

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Plant availability of lead, cadmium, and boron in amended coal ash. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 57-58: 297-306

Plant availability of phosphorus in the water-insoluble fraction of commercial triple superphosphate fertilizers. Soil Science Society of America journal 54(5): 1469-1472

Plant available Mn in differently aerated soil measured by chemical and EUF extractions. Polish Journal of Soil Science 24(1): 41-48

Plant available organic nitrogen, EUF Norg and its relevance for environmentally compatible farming-Part 3: influence of the humus content on the EUF N fractions of the soil. Zuckerindusterie 116(10): 900-902

Plant available organic nitrogen, EUF-Norg and its relevance for environmentally compatible farming. Part 4. Calculation of the nitrogen fertilizer requirements of sugarbeet by means of EUF. Zuckerindustrie 116(11): 991-996

Plant biochemical regulators. Plant biochemical regulators: viii + 363 pp.

Plant biochemistry and aphid populations: studies on the spotted alfalfa aphid, Therioaphis maculata. Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology 17(4): 235-251

Plant biochemistry, environmental properties, and global impact of the sulfonylurea herbicides. ACS Symposium Series ( 443): 32-49

Plant biomass and productivity estimates for central Himalayan mixed banj oak (Quercus leucotrichophora A. Camus)-chir pine (Pinus roxburghii Sarg.) forest. Indian Forester 116(3): 220-226

Plant biotechnologies applied to a forest tree, the American red oak (Quercus rubra L.). Acta Horticulturae ( 289): 341-342

Plant biotechnologies for developing countries. Proceedings of an International Symposium organized by CTA and FAO, held in Luxembourg, 26-30 June 1989. Plant biotechnologies for developing countries Proceedings of an International Symposium organized by CTA and FAO, held in Luxembourg, 26-30 June 1989: xiv + 368 pp.

Plant biotechnology. Biotechnologie der Pflanzen: 286 pp.

Plant biotechnology and its application to agriculture. Biotechnology: Spinks eight years on: 87-97

Plant biotechnology networking in developing countries. Biotechnology: assessing social impacts and policy implications: 83-98

Plant biotechnology. Cell selection. Biotekhnologiya rastenii Kletochnaya selektsiya: 280 pp.

Plant biotechnology: editorial overview. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 2(2): 145-146

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Plant breeders' rights in the Netherlands. Acta Horticulturae ( 252): 91-95

Plant breeding. Agricultural biotechnology: opportunities for international development: 78-86

Plant breeding and food processing (1). Flow in crop plant foods and appraisal of processing adaptability. Agriculture and Horticulture 65(1): 65-70

Plant breeding and food processing (2). Paddy rice breeding and diversity for processing adaptability. Agriculture and Horticulture 65(2): 321-328

Plant breeding and molecular biology: whither shall the twain meet?. Current Science 59(6): 301-302

Plant breeding and the value contributed to cereal grain and oilseed production in Western Canada. Gene manipulation in plant improvement II Proceedings of the 19th Stadler Genetics Symposium, Columbia, Missouri, USA, 13-15 March 1989: 1-19

Plant breeding for resistance to drought. I: Stomatal traits in genotypes of Vicia faba L. Agricoltura Mediterranea 119(3): 297-308

Plant breeding for the improvement of fatty acid composition of seedoils. Biotechnology and fatty acids: new perspectives for agricultural production? Proceedings of a discussion meeting, Wageningen, Netherlands, 26 April 1989: 45-51

Plant breeding from the viewpoint of the study of science and the theory of systems. Rekombinatsionnaya selektsiya rastenii v Sibiri: 18-28

Plant breeding in Bhutan. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo Moskva ( 1): 61-64

Plant breeding in need of basic research. Sveriges Utsadesforenings Tidskrift 100(3): 176-179

Plant breeding in the 1990s. Plant breeding in the 1990s: 539 pp

Plant breeding of potato in Chile . Avances en el mejoramiento genetico de la papa en los paises del cono sur: 35-46

Plant breeding on the threshold of the 21st century. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki Moskva ( 5): 29-35

Plant breeding perspectives for the 1990s. Stalker, H T And J P Murphy (Ed ) Plant Breeding in The 1990s; Symposium, Raleigh, North Carolina, Usa, March 1991 Ix+539p C A B International: Wallingford, England, Uk; Tucson, Arizona, Usa Illus Maps 1-13

Plant breeding training in public institutions in the United States: a survey conducted by the National Plant Genetic Resources Board. Diversity 7(3): 28-32

Plant breeding: a reappraisal. Advances in new crops Proceedings of the first national symposium ' New crops: research, development, economics' , Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, 23-26 October 1988: 96-98

Plant breeding: its potential and prospects in an era of high technology. Plantsman 12(2): 113-119

Plant bug (Hemiptera: Miridae) damage to birdsfoot trefoil seed production. Journal of Economic Entomology 85(1): 250-255

Plant cell and tissue culture. Plant cell and tissue culture: x + 251 pp.

Plant cell and tissue culture techniques for weed science research. Weed Science. 39(3): 497-504

Plant cell bioreactor for the production of protoberberine alkaloids from immobilized Thalictrum rugosum cultures. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 37(5): 397-403

Plant cell cultivation as a biotechnological method. Acta Biotechnologica 10(6): 501-516

Plant cell growth under different levels of oxygen and carbon dioxide. Plant Cell Reports 10(1): 22-25

Plant cell line selection. Procedures and applications. Plant cell line selection Procedures and applications: xv + 354 pp.

Plant cell wall degradation by means of Lentinus edodes and chemical characterization of produced lignocellulose. Annali dell' Instituto Sperimentale Agronomico 21(Suppl. 2): 174-189

Plant cell wall proteins and auxin-induced growth. Journal of Plant Physiology 137(6): 765-767

Plant cell wall removal: cause for microtubule instability and division abnormalities in protoplast cultures?. Physiologia Plantarum 85(2): 387-390

Plant cell walls as fibrous lignocellulosic composites: relations with lignin structure and function. Animal Feed Science and Technology 32(1-3): 159-175

Plant cells and protoplast immobilization as tools for studies on cell function, metabolism and differentiation. Plant aging: basic and applied approaches: 97-112

Plant cells selected for resistance to phosphate starvation show enhanced P use efficiency. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 82(2): 191-194

Plant cells which aid in pollen digestion within a beetle's gut. Oecologia 82(3): 424-426

Plant chemistry and bird repellents. Ibis 132(2): 300-308

Plant chemistry and host range in insect herbivores. Ecology 69(4): 908-909

Plant communities dominated by Solidago canadensis L. in the anthropogenic landscape. Preslia 63(3-4): 291-304

Plant communities in the dry agricultural region of Valencia. Ecological and soil studies. Boletim da Sociedade Broteriana 61(2a): 215-236

Plant communities of the Riversdale Plain. South African Journal of Botany 57(1): 10-28

Plant communities of the association Erysimo wittmannii-Hackelion deflexae Bernatova 1986 in the Low Tatra mountains. Biologia Bratislava 46(5): 413-418

Plant communities of the meadows and pastures of Zamagurie region - an important basis for landscape and ecological evaluation of the territory. Biologia Bratislava 46(9): 839-849

Plant community and shrub vigor responses to one-way and two-way chaining of decadent big sagebrush on a critical mule deer winter range in southeastern Utah. Dissertation Abstracts International B, Sciences and Engineering 52(3): 1174B

Plant community responses to short duration grazing in tallgrass prairie. Journal of range management 44(2): 124-128

Plant community structure in an oligohaline tidal marsh. Vegetatio 9(2): 93-108

Plant composition in relation to vole damage in coniferous plantations. Forestry Chronicle 65(3): 206-209

Plant constituents mediating oviposition by the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella (L.) (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae). Phytophaga 3(1): 37-46

Plant container and display device. United States Patent (US 5,001,860): 5 pp.

Plant cultivation apparatus and method. United States Patent (US 5,103,584): 5 pp

Plant cytosolic ribosomal protein S11 and chloroplast ribosomal protein CS17. Journal of Biological Chemistry 265(5): 2763-2767

Plant debris as an active site of microorganisms in paddy soil. Transactions 14th International Congress of Soil Science, Kyoto, Japan, August 1990, Volume III: 112-117

Plant densities for combining peas in Scotland. Aspects of Applied Biology (27): 309-312

Plant density and harvesting quality. Khlopok ( 4): 20-21

Plant density and yield. Tekhnicheskie Kul' tury (6): 19-20

Plant density relationship in pearlmillet (Pennisetum glaucum) + greengram (Phaseolus radiatus) under dryland conditions. Indian Journal of Agronomy 36(Supplement): 100-103

Plant derived nematicides sought by Kew in British-backed research. Agriculture International 42(6): 171

Plant development in long-term embryogenic callus lines of Cucurbita pepo. Plant Cell Reports 9(11): 623-626

Plant development, and N and P use of winter barley. I. Evidence of water stress-induced P deficiency in an eroded toposequence. Plant and Soil 135(1): 9-19

Plant development, and N and P use of winter barley. II. Responses to tillage and N management across eroded toposequences. Plant and Soil 135(1): 21-29

Plant diaspore functions. Journal of Seed Technology 14(1): 61-73

Plant disease management in linseed. Review of tropical plant pathology Volume 5: 1989; 119-140

Plant disease management: principles and practices. Plant disease management: principles and practices: 319 pp.

Plant diseases and sustainable agriculture. Plant Disease Research 5(2): 261-275

Plant diseases and the use of wild germplasm. Cook, R J (Ed ) Annual Review Of Phytopathology, Vol 29 X+516p Annual Reviews Inc : Palo Alto, California, Usa Illus 35-64

Plant diseases in Nepal. Review of Plant Pathology 71(11): 797-807

Plant diseases in natural populations of wild barley (Hordeum spontaneum). Pests, pathogens and plant communities: 169-186

Plant diseases in the ASEAN region of quarantine significance to Australia. Movement of pests and control strategies: 367-374

Plant diseases of Western Samoa. Plant diseases of Western Samoa: vii + 215 pp.

Plant diseases of international importance. Volume I. Diseases of cereals and pulses. Plant diseases of international importance Volume I Diseases of cereals and pulses: viii + 488 pp.

Plant drought stress and outbreaks of spider mites: a field test. Ecology (Washington D C): 714: 1401-1411

Plant ecological studies of a burned field at the high mountain region - especially at Cheisuk-bong (1806 m) area in Mt. Chiri. Journal of Korean Forestry Society 79(1): 33-41

Plant effluents dairy waste streams recovery. Dairy, Food and Environmental Sanitation 11(9): 494-496

Plant elemental composition and element ratio in some crops at the flowering stage. Communications in Soil Science & Plant Analysis 22(15-16): 1591-1596

Plant enolase: gene structure, expression, and evolution. Plant Cell 3(7): 719-735

Plant equipment suppliers. Fertilizer International ( 298): 39-40, 42

Plant exploitation at Grotta dell'Uzzo, Sicily: new evidence for the transition from Mesolithic to Neolithic subsistence in southern Europe. Foraging and farming: the evolution of plant exploitation: 197-206

Plant expression systems. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 1(1): 68-73

Plant extinction: a global crisis. Plant extinction: a global crisis (Ed. 2): x + 208 pp.

Plant factory and its prospects. Mathematical and control applications in agriculture and horticulture Proceedings of the IFAC/ISHS workshop held in Matsuyama, Japan, 30 September 3 October 1991: 85-92

Plant feeds for rearing young cattle. Zootekhniya ( 6): 44-46

Plant fertilizing and watering device. United States Patent (US 4,908,986): 4 pp.

Plant fibers. Plant fibers: xxiii+377 pp.

Plant food and method for its use. United States Patent (US 4,976,767): 6 pp.

Plant for preparing over-run edible ice-cream. European Patent Application (EP 0 448 503 A1): 7 pp.

Plant for producing ammonium polyphosphate. Canadian Patent Application (CA 2,036,546): 12 pp.

Plant form in relation to root spread. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 7(3): 88-90

Plant forms tolerant to herbicides obtained by an in vitro selection method. Doklady, Biological Sciences 310(1-6): 32-34

Plant galls (Zoocecidia) of Ciechocinek and surroundings (Poland). Sbornik Biotehniske Fakultete Univerze Edvarda Kardelja v Ljubljani, Kmetijstvo ( 51): 229-256

Plant gene replacement - a natural approach. BioEssays 12(12): 597-599

Plant gene transfer. Proceedings of an UCLA Symposium, Park City, Utah, USA, 1-7 April 1989. UCLA Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology 129: xx + 345 pp.

Plant genetic control of nodulation. Annual Review of Microbiology 45: 345-382

Plant genetic engineering. Sub-Cellular Biochemistry 17: 1-340

Plant genetic manipulation for crop protection. Plant genetic manipulation for crop protection: xiii + 266 pp.

Plant genetic resources - a concept for conservation and utilization in the German Federal Republic. Schriftenreihe des Bundesministers fur Ernahrung, Landwirtschaft und Forsten Reihe A, Angewandte Wissenschaft ( 388): 1-190 (i)

Plant genetic resources - a perspective. Climatic change and plant genetic resources: 1-17

Plant genetic resources activities of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Crop genetic resources of Africa Volume II Proceedings of an international symposium, Ibadan, Nigeria, 17-20 October 1988: 53-60, xiii-xiv

Plant genetic resources conservation and utilization: an evolving paradigm. Field Crops Research 29(3): 183-184

Plant genetic resources conservation in Papua New Guinea. IBPGR Newsletter for Asia and the Pacific ( 5): 7-8

Plant genetic resources in Cuba. Report of a collecting mission, February-March 1990. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter ( 86): 21-27

Plant genetic resources of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain). I. Multicrop expeditions to Ciudad Real and Guadalajara. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter 1990; ( 77): 37-38

Plant genetic resources: safe for the future in gene banks. Impact of Science on Society 40(2): 107-120

Plant genetic resources: some new directions. Advances in Agronomy 45: 61-91

Plant genetic resources: the key to CIAT's mission to help national agricultural systems. Diversity 7(1-2): 12-14

Plant genetic suppression of the non-nodulation phenotype of Rhizobium meliloti host-range nodH mutants: gene-for-gene interaction in the alfalfa-Rhizobium symbiosis?. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 84(5-6): 624-632

Plant genetics and breeding research. Annual report, AFRC Institute of Plant Science Research and John Innes Institute, 1988: 1

Plant genetics in pest management. Insect Science & Its Application. 12(5-6): 553-564

Plant genome studies: restriction fragment length polymorphism and chromosome mapping information. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 2(2): 178-183

Plant genotype effect on the fatty acid composition of reserve lipids. Biology Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR 1990; 16(5): 449-454

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Plant parasitic nematodes associated with rice in Punjab. Plant Disease Research 5(1): 59-63

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with sugarcane in the the Ivory Coast. Fundamental and Applied Nematology 15(5): 473-478

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Plant pathology note no 32. A virus disease of peanut. Harvest 1990; 12(4): 15-16

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Plant phenolics of Tagetes erecta. Fitoterapia 62(1): 91-92

Plant phenotype and interspecific competition between insects determine sawfly performance and density. Ecology (Washington D C) 71(6): 2135-2144

Plant phosphorus responses to supplemental microbial phytase in the diet of the growing pigs. Verstegen, M W A , J Huisman And L A Den Hartog (Ed ) European Association For Animal Production Publication, No 54 Digestive Physiology in Pigs; Vth International Symposium, Wageningen, Netherlands, April 24-26, Ix+481p Centre For Agricultural Publishing And Documentation (Pudoc): Wageningen, Netherlands Illus 114-119

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Plant physiology. Plant physiology: 453 pp.

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Plant plane hydroponics - a new universal hydroponic technique. Archiv fur Gartenbau 37(8): 515-522

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Plant population ecology in agriculture. Agroecology : 235-262

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Plant portrait - Rhododendron polyanthemum Sleumer. Edinburgh Journal of Botany 49(1): 1-4

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Plant production: introduction. Agricultural biotechnology: opportunities for international development: 31-52

Plant productive behaviour of feijoas in the Lazio environment. Informatore Agrario 45(49): 55-58

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Plant productivity responses to inoculation with endomycorrhizal fungi (VAM-fungi). Moscow University Soil Science Bulletin 45(1): 41-47

Plant promoters. United States Patent: (US 4 962 028)

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Plant protection. 66th Annual Report, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research: 24-30

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Plant protection and ecology: the permission of pesticide use requires a comprehensive view of the future. Gesunde Pflanzen 43(1): 7-15

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Plant protection and quarantine. Volume I. Biological concepts. Plant protection and quarantine Volume I Biological concepts: 226 pp.

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Plant protection by videotex: life and death. Danish Journal of Plant and Soil Science Special Series Report 85(S 2161): 41-43

Plant protection discharge apparatus. United States Patent (US 5,002,227): 20 pp.

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Plant protection in Botswana: the role of educational institutions. Working Paper International Rural Development Centre, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (165): 21-26

Plant protection in eastern and southern Africa and possible Swedish involvement. Working Paper International Rural Development Centre, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (165): 95-101

Plant protection in irrigated potatoes. Kartoffelbau 40(5): 168-170

Plant protection in orchards. Landtechnik 46(3): 119-122

Plant protection in vegetable crops in the field and under glass. Recommendations 1990. Groenten en Fruit (2 March (Supplement)): 88 pp.

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Plant protection preparations authorized for the retail trade. Zashchita Rastenii ( 2): 33-36

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Plant protection research in Kleinmachnow and Aschersleben - a retrospective. Nachrichtenblatt Pflanzenschutz 44(12): 277-312

Plant protection research in the Arab countries: present status and future perspectives. Arab Journal of Plant Protection 9(2): 68-79

Plant protection tables for commercial vegetable production in 1988. Gemuse Munchen 24(2): 69...103

Plant protection techniques in asparagus production. Gemuse Munchen 23(8): 352-354

Plant protection with inorganic ions. Journal of Nematology 23(4): 409-413

Plant protection year 1991 - an overview. 33rd Swedish Crop Protection Conference, Uppsala 29-30 January 1992 Pests and plant diseases: 171-178

Plant protection. Problems raised by modifications in the weed flora in fruit crops. Revue de l' Agriculture 42(Special): 247-265

Plant protein concentrate in diets for pigs. Nauchnye Osnovy Razvitiya Zhivotnovodstva v BSSR ( 18): 68-73

Plant protein diets without or with non-absorbable antibiotics for the treatment of chronic portal systemic encephalopathy. Revista de Investigacion Clinica 42(Suppl): 120-126

Plant protein kinases: a molecular genetic approach. Current Topics in Plant Biochemistry and Physiology 9: 373-382

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Plant quarantine as a disease control strategy in tropical countries. Review of tropical plant pathology Volume 6 Techniques and plant quarantine: 1990; 151-180

Plant quarantine diagnostic problems: bacteria. Plant protection and quarantine Volume II Selected pests and pathogens of quarantine significance: 205-218

Plant quarantine diagnostic problems: fungi. Plant protection and quarantine Volume II Selected pests and pathogens of quarantine significance: 249-256

Plant quarantine diagnostic problems: viruses. Plant protection and quarantine Volume II Selected pests and pathogens of quarantine significance: 183-203

Plant quarantine guidelines for in vitro germplasm exchange. Conservation of plant genetic resources through in vitro methods Proceedings of the MNCPGR/CSC international workshop on tissue culture for the conservation of biodiversity and plant genetic resources held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 28-31 May 1990 [editied by Zakri, A H; Normah, M N; Karim, A G A; Senawi, M T]: 127-133

Plant quarantine in India. Review of tropical plant pathology Volume 6 Techniques and plant quarantine: 1990; 181-200

Plant quarantine inspection, procedures and facilities for the import and export of seeds and vegetative propagules at the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT). Tropical Pest Management 36(3): 216-219

Plant quarantine principles as related to international trade. FAO Plant Protection Bulletin 39(2-3): 61-65

Plant quarantine theory and practice. Plant quarantine theory and practice: 398 pp.

Plant quarantine: theory and practice. La cuarentena vegetal: teoria y practica: 440 pp.

Plant quarantines: domestic strategies yield to international policies. California Agriculture 46(1): 9-10

Plant recovery from sweetpotato somatic embryos. Hortscience 25(7): 795-797

Plant regeneration and cell fusion of protoplasts from lettuce cultivars and related wild species in Japan. Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, Saga University ( 67): 109-118

Plant regeneration and chromosome instability in tissue culture of Elymus canadensis X E. trachycaulus F1 hybrid. Genome 35(1): 88-91

Plant regeneration and evaluation. Biotechnology in tall fescue improvement: 59-77

Plant regeneration at high frequency from mature sunflower cotyledons. Plant Science (Shannon) 73(2): 219-226

Plant regeneration from Brassica oleracea var. italica (broccoli) protoplasts. Cruciferae Newsletter ( 14-15): 104-105

Plant regeneration from Carica protoplasts. Plant Cell Reports 11(8): 404-407

Plant regeneration from adzuki bean epicotyl and callus derived from epicotyl. Bulletin of Hokkaido Prefectural Agricultural Experiment Stations ( 61): 51-60

Plant regeneration from callus and protoplast cultures of Helianthus giganteus L. Plant Cell Reports 11(1): 7-10

Plant regeneration from callus and protoplasts of Brassica nigra (IC 257) through somatic embryogenesis. Plant Cell Reports 9(8): 427-430

Plant regeneration from callus cultures of Allium trifoliatum subsp. hirsutum and assessment of genetic stability by isozyme polymorphism. Plant Breeding 108(4): 265-273

Plant regeneration from callus cultures of Citrullus colocynthis. Report Cucurbit Genetics Cooperative ( 14): 107-108

Plant regeneration from callus cultures of Piper longum L. by organogenesis. Plant Cell Reports 11(10): 525-528

Plant regeneration from callus protoplasts in sainfoin (Onobrychis viciaefolia Scop.). Acta Biologiae Experimentalis Sinica 22(3): 353-357

Plant regeneration from cotyledons of Cucumis melo 'Topmark'. HortScience 26(7): 908-910

Plant regeneration from embryogenic cell suspensions derived from anther cultures of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 82(1): 74-80

Plant regeneration from embryogenic suspension cultures of oil palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.). Plant Cell Reports 10(10): 529-532

Plant regeneration from embryoids through isolated microspore culture of Brassica napus L. Acta Agriculturae Shanghai 6(4): 11-16

Plant regeneration from grape leaves. Research Journal of Food and Agriculture 12(6): 12-13

Plant regeneration from haploid suspension and protoplast cultures from isolated microspores of maize. Journal of Plant Physiology 137(5): 530-536

Plant regeneration from hypocotyl callus of radish. Hortscience 25(10): 1286-1288

Plant regeneration from hypocotyls, cotyledons and stem segments of the C3-C4 intermediate species Moricandia arvensis. Plant cell reports1(8): 412-415

Plant regeneration from immature embryo culture of soybean via organogenesis. Soybean Science 9(4): 285-291

Plant regeneration from in vitro anther culture of F1 hybrid in rice. Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities 16(1): 115-116

Plant regeneration from isolated microspore of indica rice. Plant & Cell Physiology 31(6): 881-886

Plant regeneration from leaf callus protoplasts of Caladium bicolor Vent. Physiologia Plantarum 82(1): A17

Plant regeneration from leaf mesophyll protoplasts of in vitro cultured shoots of a columnar apple. Journal of Plant Physiology 135(5): 565-570

Plant regeneration from leaf protoplasts of Lycopersicon hirsutum f. hirsutum. Plant Cell Reports 9(12): 680-683

Plant regeneration from long term suspension culture-derived protoplasts of hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Plant Cell Reports 11(5-6): 262-265

Plant regeneration from mesophyll protoplasts of Centaurea cyanus, Senecio x hybridus and Callistephus chinensis. Plant Cell Reports 9(7): 402-405

Plant regeneration from mesophyll protoplasts of Moricandia arvensis. Plant Cell Reports 11(8): 408-411

Plant regeneration from mesophyll protoplasts of passionfruit (Passiflora edulis var. flavicarpa). Physiologia Plantarum 82(1): A16

Plant regeneration from peach cotyledons. Jugoslovensko Vocarstvo 24(1-2): 37-41

Plant regeneration from polyethyleneglycol adapted callus of rice. Current Science (Bangalore) 58(16): 926-928

Plant regeneration from protoplast cultures of Helianthus giganteus L. Physiologia Plantarum 82(1): A12

Plant regeneration from protoplast of trititrigia (Triticum sect. trititrigia Mackey). Acta Botanica Sinica 32(5): 329-336

Plant regeneration from protoplasts and tissue cultures of some Medicago species. Physiologia Plantarum 82(1): A11

Plant regeneration from protoplasts isolated from an embryogenic suspension culture of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum). Acta Botanica Sinica 31(2): 966-969

Plant regeneration from protoplasts isolated from embryogenic callus of satsuma. Hortscience 25(8): 970-972

Plant regeneration from protoplasts isolated from embryogenic suspension cultures of creeping bentgrass (Agrostis palustris Huds.). Plant Cell Reports 11(9): 457-461

Plant regeneration from protoplasts isolated from long-term cell cultures of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Plant Cell Reports 9(11): 611-614

Plant regeneration from protoplasts isolated from primary callus of four japonica rice (Oryza sativa L.) varieties. Plant Science Limerick 86(1): 83-87

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of Solanum species with potential agricultural value (S. hjertingii, S. polyadenium, S. capsicibaccatum). Plant Cell Reports 9(9): 520-522

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of Trititrigia (Triticum sect. Trititrigia MacKey). Physiologia Plantarum 82(1): A5

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of androgenetic maize haploids. Physiologia Plantarum 82(1): A5

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of apple rootstocks and scion varieties (Malus X domestica Borkh.). Journal of Plant Physiology 133(4): 460-465

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.). Physiologia Plantarum 82(1): A17

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of rice cv. Toyonishiki. Report of the Tohoku Branch, the Crop Science Society of Japan ( 32): 37-38

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of satsuma mandarin (Citrus unshiu Marc.) via somatic embryogenesis. JARQ, Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly 24(4): 287-291

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of soyabean (Glycine max L.). Acta Botanica Sinica 32(8): 616-621

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of wheat (Triticum aestivum cv. Hartog). Plant Cell Reports 11(1): 16-19

Plant regeneration from reinitiation of vegetative growth and adventitious buds of terminal floral culture in fruit banana. Acta Botanica Austro Sinica ( 6): 159-163

Plant regeneration from single cell culture of Brassica napus L. Hereditas Beijing 13(3): 8-11

Plant regeneration from somatic tissue of Rhododendron laetum X aurigeranum. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 27(1): 37-43

Plant regeneration from stem and petal of carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus L.). Plant Cell Reports 10(9): 477-480

Plant regeneration from strawberry (Fragaria X ananassa) mesophyll protoplasts. Journal of Plant Physiology 133(3): 375-377

Plant regeneration from supersweet maize protoplasts derived from gametophytic cell suspensions. Acta Botanica Sinica 31(12): 909-915

Plant regeneration from tissues of Glycine argyrea Tind. transformed by Agrobacterium rhizogenes. Soybean Genetics Newsletter 18: 176-182

Plant regeneration in cell suspension cultures of the cooking banana cv. 'Bluggoe' (Musa spp. ABB group). Fruits Paris 46(2): 125-135

Plant regeneration in root callus culture of Betula pendula. Bioloski Vestnik 37(3): 13-22

Plant regeneration in sugar-cane callus culture with the help of a natural complex nutrient source. Beitrage zur Tropischen Landwirtschaft und Veterinarmedizin 28(1): 59-62

Plant regeneration in tissue culture of rattan. Acta Botanica Yunnanica 13(1): 97-100

Plant regeneration of 'Valencia' sweet orange, 'Femminello' lemon, and the interspecific somatic hybrid following protoplast fusion. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 115(6): 1043-1046

Plant regeneration of NaCl-pretreated cells from long-term suspension culture of rice (Oryza sativa L.) in high saline conditions. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 29(2): 75-82

Plant regeneration of Ri T-DNA transformed roots of cabbage. Chinese Journal of Biotechnology 6(2): 120-125

Plant regeneration of hybrid poplars through nodule culture system. Journal of Korean Forestry Society 80(1): 1-8

Plant regeneration of mesophyll protoplasts from a cytoplasmic albino mutant of Lycopersicon esculentum cv. Large Red Cherry. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 21(3): 211-216

Plant regeneration of protoplasts from different cultivars of melon (Cucumis melo). Report Cucurbit Genetics Cooperative ( 14): 78-80

Plant regeneration through somatic embryogenesis from spear callus culture of Asparagus cooperi Baker. Plant Cell Reports 9(12): 667-670

Plant regeneration through somatic embryogenesis from suspension culture-derived protoplasts of Paspalum scrobiculatum L. Plant Cell Reports 10(6-7): 362-365

Plant regeneration through somatic embryogenesis in hypocotyl explants of Trachyspermum ammi (L.) Sprague. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 29(1): 57-60

Plant regeneration via somatic embryogenesis in creeping bentgrass (Agrostis palustris Huds.). Plant Cell Reports 10(9): 453-456

Plant reintroduction: an overview. Biodiversity and Conservation 1(1): 51-61

Plant relations in mixtures of Trifolium subterraneum cv. Mt Barker and Lolium multiflorum cv. Midmar: II. Yield advantages as reflected in the Land Equivalent Ratio. Journal of the Grassland Society of Southern Africa 8(1): 9-12

Plant reproduction: from floral induction to pollination. Proceedings, 12th annual Riverside symposium in plant physiology, 12-14 January 1989. Plant reproduction: from floral induction to pollination Proceedings, 12th annual Riverside symposium in plant physiology, 12-14 January 1989: xvii + 205 pp.

Plant resistance and a biopesticide from lemongrass for suppressing Spodoptera litura in peanut. Agriculture International 43(6): 166-167

Plant resistance and reduced pesticide dosage in the control of the turnip root fly in swedes. Nordisk Jordbrugsforskning 72(4): 455

Plant resistance in cotton to insect, nematode, and disease pests. Annual Progress Report Northeast Research Station and Macon Ridge Research Station: 12-23

Plant resistance to aphids - recent Swedish studies. Vaxtskyddsrapporter, Jordbruk (53): 157-163

Plant resistance to insects and mites in forage and turf grasses. Florida Entomologist 73(3): 411-421

Plant resistance to insects attacking corn and grain sorghum. Florida Entomologist 73(3): 446-458

Plant resistance to insects in cotton. Florida Entomologist 73(3): 392-396

Plant resistance to insects in the southeastern United States-an overview. Florida Entomologist 73(3): 351-358

Plant resistance to insects in vegetables for the southern United States. Florida Entomologist 73(3): 396

Plant resistance to twospotted spider mite (Acari: Tetranychidae) in raspberry cultivars. Journal of Economic Entomology 84(1): 251-255

Plant resources of Venezuela suitable for breeding in Uzbekistan. Mobilizatsiya rastitel' nykh resursov dlya ispol' zovaniya v sel' skom khozyaistve Srednei Azii: 64-75

Plant response to atmospheric humidity. Plant Cell & Environment 13(7): 667-680

Plant response to container planting method and media. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 8(4): 189-192

Plant response to grazing: a review. Journal of Production Agriculture 5(1): 1-7

Plant response to humidity for variable canopy architectures. Proceedings of the Plant Growth Regulator Society of America 17th Annual Meeting, St Paul, Minnesota, USA, 5-9 August 1990: 45

Plant response to sulphur application. Proceedings, International symposium on sulphur for Korean agriculture: 118-130

Plant responses to elevational gradients of O(3) exposures in Virginia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 86(22): 8828-8832

Plant root cultivation propagation. Canadian Patent Application (CA 2,004,561): 34 pp

Plant roots as chemical factories. Chemistry and Industry London ( 10): 374-377

Plant sciences: production, genetics and breeding. Plant sciences: production, genetics and breeding: 228 pp.

Plant secondary metabolites antidoting against benomyl. Journal of Pesticide Science 15(4): 603-604

Plant seed compositions. United States Patent (US 4,931,061): 10 pp.

Plant seeds: a key product. Biofutur ( 87): 53-56

Plant signal molecules activate the syrB gene, which is required for syringomycin production by Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae. Journal of Bacteriology 173(18): 5784-5792

Plant size and form in the understory palm genus Geonoma: are species variations on a theme?. American Journal of Botany 78(5): 680-694

Plant size and pollinator visitation in Cynoglossum officinale. Oikos, 542: 201-204

Plant sociological studies on the occurrence of Euphorbio-Melandrietum G. Muller 64 in the Brussow area and in the neighbouring Polish region. Part 1. Cereals. Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczej w Szczecinie, Rolnictwo 47(139): 3-12

Plant soil protector. United States Patent (US 4,977,703): 6 pp.

Plant sources of fructose to sandflies, particularly Phlebotomus argentipes in nature. Journal of Communicable Diseases 23(2): 160-161

Plant spacing effects on growth and development of the greenhouse tomato. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 71(1): 297-304

Plant spacing effects on yield of the greenhouse tomato. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 70(2): 565-574

Plant species characteristics and vegetation dynamics in the tropics. International Journal of Environmental Studies 33(1-2): 67-78

Plant species diversity along a Mediterranean-desert gradient and its correlation with interannual rainfall fluctuations. Journal of Arid Environments 23(3): 235-247

Plant species response to ammonium-nitrate concentration ratios. Journal of Plant Nutrition 13(8): 1017-1029

Plant species richness in farm woodlands. Forestry (Oxford) 65(1): 1-13

Plant stand geometry. Research on rapeseed and mustard Proceedings of an Indo Swedish symposium September 4-6, 1989: 137-146

Plant stem density as a cue in patch choice by foraging juvenile bluegill sunfish. Environmental Biology of Fishes 29(3): 227-232

Plant sterol biosynthesis inhibitors: the 14-demethylation steps, their enzymology and inhibition. Biochemical Society Transactions 18(1): 52-56

Plant strategies of manipulating predatorprey interactions through allelochemicals: Prospects for application in pest control. Journal of Chemical Ecology 16(11): 3091-3118

Plant stress proteins: PR(b)-proteins. Fiziologiya Rastenii 38(4): 788-800

Plant superoxide dismutases: A means of coping with oxygen radicals. Current Topics in Plant Biochemistry and Physiology 7: 188-200

Plant terpenoids as pesticides. Handbook of natural toxins Volume 6 Toxicology of plant and fungal compounds: 269-296

Plant tissue analysis of sugarcane. Westerman, R L (Ed ) Soil Science Society Of America Book Series, No 3 Soil Testing And Plant Analysis, Third Edition Xxvii+784p Soil Science Society Of America, Inc : Madison, Wisconsin, Usa Illus Maps 449-468

Plant tissue culture and molecular biology as tools in understanding plant development and in plant improvement. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 2(2): 158-163

Plant tissue culture vessel including ergonomic considerations. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 91-7532): 18pp

Plant tissue culture: applications and limitations. Plant tissue culture: applications and limitations: viii + 461 pp.

Plant tissue culture: general principles and commercial applications. Plant tissue culture: general principles and commercial applications: viii + 31 pp.

Plant tissue impedance and cold acclimation: a re-analysis. Journal of Experimental Botany 43(247): 263-266

Plant toxin analysis. Plant toxin analysis: xxv + 389 pp.

Plant toxins and palatability to herbivores. Journal of range management 45(1): 13-18

Plant toxins and their effects on livestock. Biotechnology in the feed industry Proceedings of Alltech' s Sixth Annual Symposium: 419-430

Plant traits and resource reduction for five grasses growing on a nitrogen gradient. Ecology (Washington D C) 72(2): 685-700

Plant traits associated with grazing-tolerant alfalfa. Agronomy Journal 83(6): 996-1000

Plant transcription factors: present knowledge and future challenges. Trends in Genetics 8(1): 22-27

Plant transformation by microinjection techniques. Physiologia Plantarum 79(1): 213-217

Plant transformation to confer resistance against virus infection. Gustafson, J P (Ed ) Stadler Genetics Symposia Series: Gene Manipulation in Plant Improvement, Ii; 19th Stadler Genetics Symposium, Columbia, Missouri, Usa, March 13-15, 1989 Ix+437p Plenum Press: New York, New York, Usa; London, England, Uk Illus 305-312

Plant transformation: a simple particle bombardment device based on flowing helium. Plant Molecular Biology 18(4): 835-839

Plant transformation: from test-tube to field. Journal of the Agricultural Society University College of Wales1990; 70: 120-128

Plant transplant and plant preservation medium. United States Patent (US 4,985,061): 9 pp.

Plant uptake and solubility of lithogenic, pedogenic and anthropogenic cadmium of an Ap-horizon from an Orthic Luvisols in loess. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde 153(6): 403-407

Plant variety protection in Indian context. Crop Improvement 17(2): 87-95