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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 2279

Chapter 2279 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



White cheese quality in 1989. Meieriposten 79(9): 261-263

White clover. Biologist London 39(4): 129-133

White clover (Trifolium repens) as a substitute for nitrogen fertilization on temporary grasslands. Soil grassland animal relationships Proceedings of 13th general meeting of the European Grassland Federation, Banska Bystrica, Czechoslovakia, June 25-29, 1990, Volume 2: 71-73

White clover control in Grasslands Maku lotus (Lotus pedunculatus) seed crops. Proceedings of the Forty Third New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference: 130-133

White clover improvement for the Australian sheep industry. Wool Technology and Sheep Breeding1992; 39(4): 162-167

White clover nodulation in two contrasting grazing systems. Occasional Symposium, British Grassland Society (26): 165-168

White clover response to nematode infection and plant density. Crop Science 30(6): 1295-1298

White clover soil seed loads: effect on requirements and resultant success of cultivar-change crops. Proceedings of the New Zealand Grassland Association 52: 95-98

White clover understorey as a supply of nitrogen to cereals. Soil grassland animal relationships Proceedings of 13th general meeting of the European Grassland Federation, Banska Bystrica, Czechoslovakia, June 25-29, 1990: 154-158

White clover yield and persistence as influenced by cypermethrin, benomyl, and root-knot nematode. Crop science 31(5): 1297-1302

White flies on Gerbera controlled with parasitic wasps. Research results in Switzerland. Gb + Gw, Gartnerborse und Gartenwelt 90(11): 546-553

White fly virus vector. Capsicum Newsletter (7): 68-69

White gold devalued?. Espaces Paris ( 110): 40-46

White grub species prevalent in Himachal Pradesh (India). Journal of Entomological Research 15(4): 301-306

White grub: a new pest of soybean in Madhya Pradesh, India. Tropical Pest Management 37(2): 186-187

White grubs (Scarabaeoidea) continue to cause sporadic damage to sugarcane in South Africa and Swaziland. Proceedings of the Sixty second Annual Congress of the South African Sugar Technologists' Association, held at Durban and Mount Edgecombe, 6 to 9 June, 1988: 161-163

White mallards. Ptitsevodstvo ( 7): 27-28

White mustard meal as a herbicide for control of Matricaria inodora. A greenhouse experiment. Swedish Crop Protection Conference Weeds and weed control ( 32): 157-161

White mustard meal interesting for weed control. Swedish Crop Protection Conference Weeds and weed control ( 32): 139-155

White noise analysis of graded response in a wind-sensitive, nonspiking interneuron of the cockroach. Journal of comparative physiology: A: Sensory neural and behavioral physiology68(4): 429-443

White piedra. Australasian Journal of Dermatology 32(2): 75-79

White piedra - review of the literature and report of three cases. Revista Brasileira de Medicina 48(8): 541-542, 544, 547

White piedra. Report of two cases. Revista Iberoamericana de Micologia 8(1): 19-23

White piedra: ultrastructure and a new microecological aspect. Mycoses 33(9-10): 491-497

White pine blister rust in southern New Mexico. Plant Disease 74(11): 938

White pine blister rust on limber pine in South Dakota. Plant Disease 76(5): 538

White rust of Cnicus agrycanthes caused by Albugo tragopogonis. Indian Phytopathology 41(4): 651

White rust of seed radish. Extension Bulletin Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture and Home Economics, Washington State University (EB1570): 1 p.

White spots of the liver in pigs experimentally infected with Metastrongylus apri. Japanese Journal of Parasitology 39(4): 365-368

White spruce artificial regeneration options on river floodplains in interior Alaska. Canadian journal of forest research = Journal canadien de recherche forestiere 21(4): 423-433

White spruce regeneration on a blade-scarified Alaskan loess soil. Northern journal of applied forestry 7(3): 121-123

White variety of palas (Butea monosperma). Indian Forester 115(12): 936

White-footed mice: tick burdens and role in the epizootiology of Potomac horse fever in Maryland. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 25(3): 397-400

White-rot degradation of lignin and xenobiotics. Biodegradation: natural and synthetic materials: 157-174

White-tailed deer abundance on metropolitan forest preserves during winter in northeastern Illinois. Wildlife Society Bulletin 18(1): 13-16

White-tailed deer use of rangeland following browse rejuvenation. Journal of range management 45(5): 496-499

White-tailed prairie dog (Cynomys leucurus Merriam) diggings in western harvester ant, Pogonomyrmex occidentalis (Cresson), mounds. Great Basin Naturalist, 491: 36-37

Whiteflies (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) associated with the transmission of cassava viruses. Fitopatologia Colombiana 13(2): 65-71

Whiteflies and their control. Zashchita Rastenii ( 2): 24-25

Whiteflies and their natural enemies. Zashchita Rastenii ( 2): 24-26

Whiteflies on poinsettias controlled with Encarsia formosa. Trials show good results. Gb + Gw, Gartnerborse und Gartenwelt 90(15): 738-739

Whiteflies: their biology and control. Extension Bulletin Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture and Home Economics, Washington State University (EB 1349): 4 pp.

Whitefly biology. Mittler, T E , F J Radovsky And V H Resh (Ed ) Annual Review Of Entomology, Vol 36 Ix+703p Annual Reviews Inc : Palo Alto, California, Usa Illus Maps 431-458

Whitefly in Kursk. Zashchita Rastenii Moskva ( 6): 27

Whitefly-transmitted geminiviruses and associated disorders in the Americas and the Caribbean Basin. Plant Disease 76(3): 220-225

Whitening of brown-shelled eggs: mineral composition of uterine fluid and rate of protoporphyrin deposition. Poultry Science 70(5): 1236-1245

Whitewater medicine. Journal of Wilderness Medicine 2(3): 245-252

Whitewater recreation in Pennsylvania. Water resources in Pennsylvania: availability, quality and management: 169-179

Whither Scotland's tourist industry?. Quarterly Economic Commentary Glasgow 15(2): 74-78

Whither pesticides?. Professional Horticulture 3(3): 99-101

Whither snacks?. Food Ingredients Exhibition Britain: seminar proceedings 1990: 30-34

Whither the package tour?. Tourism Management 12(3): 185-192

Who are the work-motivated managers in the hotel industry - an exploratory study. International Journal of Hospitality Management 9(4): 293-304

Who benefits? An empirical investigation of upazila decentralization in Bangladesh. Journal of Social Studies Dhaka ( 55): 1-19

Who buys British trout?. Trout News ( 12): 4-6

Who chooses lean?. Naringsforskning 34(3): 97-101

Who decomposes plant debris: animals or microorganisms? Biogeochemical approach. Destruction of organic matter in soil: 134-139

Who is afraid of the dog? Instruction and training by the veterinarian. Effem Forschung fur Heimtiernahrung ( 29): 32-33

Who is breast-feeding? Implications of associated social and biomedical variables for research on the consequences of method of infant feeding. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 52(3): 451-456

Who is losing out? Structural adjustment, gender and the agricultural sector in Zambia. Journal of Modern African Studies 30(1): 113-139

Who pays a tax in kind?. Oxford Agrarian Studies 18(2): 123-132

Who profits from custom? Jural constraints on land accumulation and social stratification in Benguet Province, northern Philippines. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 21(2): 329-338

Who receives farm government payments?. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 37(3): 351-378

Who said plastic is indestructible?. Coleopterists Bulletin 45(3): 256-257

Who should pay for soil conservation? - community attitudes about financial responsibility for land repair. Australian Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 4(1): 4-7

Who will be the owners of the land?. Kie lesz a fold?: 99pp.

Who will benefit from agricultural biotechnology: an analysis of economic and legal influences. Biotechnology: assessing social impacts and policy implications: 101-116

Who will speak for Public Health?. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Utah Mosquito Abatement Association 42: 6-8

Who's buying the vitamins - vitamin consumption patterns in Australia. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society of Australia 14: 62-68

Who's in control?. British Dental Journal 197(5): 223-223

Who's on first and why?. Abstracts of the Proceedings of the 1991 NRPA Leisure Research Symposium held during the 1991 National Congress for Recreation and Parks, October 17-20, 1991, Baltimore, Maryland: p.39

Who's who. Fertilizer Focus 9(2): 12, 15-16, 32-34, 36, 38-39

Who's who in fertilizer technology. Fertilizer International ( 310): 31-32, 34, 36-37, 39

Who's who in the fertilizer industry. Fertilizer International ( 311): 21-26, 31, 33-37

Who's zooming who?. Current Biology 1(5): 278-280

Whodunit? Liability for mesothelioma cases. Journal of Occupational Medicine. 33(9): 956-957

Whole blood and plasma amino acid uptakes by lactating bovine mammary glands. Journal of Dairy Science 74(8): 2484-2490

Whole blood selenium response following administration of selenium rumen pellets to sheep. Sheep Research Journal 6(1): 21-24

Whole body amino acid composition of Indian major carps and its significance. Aquatic Living Resources 4(1): 61-64

Whole body content and turnover of Cs and K. Biological Trace Element Research 26 & 27: 249-256

Whole body leucine metabolism during and after resistance exercise in fed humans. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 23(3): 326-333

Whole body nitrogen kinetics and their relationship to growth in short children treated with recombinant human growth hormone. Pediatric Research 28(4): 394-400

Whole body protein turnover measured with 13C-leucine and energy expenditure in preterm infants. Pediatric Research 28(2): 147-152

Whole cassava meal in diets for broiler chickens. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 25(10): 1367-1373

Whole cell immobilization for high stability in ethanol production. Journal of Microbial Biotechnology 4(2): 87-92

Whole crop and straw silages treated with sodium hydroxide for feeding beef cattle. Jarq 24(3): 202-208

Whole crop harvesting - possible today, necessary tomorrow. EUR Report ( EUR 11583 EN): 174-188

Whole crop peas - harvesting and feed handling. Meddelande Jordbrukstekniska Institut ( 431): 64 pp.

Whole crop silage from peas. Gron Viden ( 56): 6 pp.

Whole farm field machine cost program: WFMACH$. Features, concerns and applications. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 90-1560): 12 pp.

Whole flaked soyabeans in the feeding of heavy pigs. 1. Rearing. Rivista di Suinicoltura 31(12): 49-52

Whole flaked soyabeans in the feeding of heavy pigs. 3. Characteristics of subcutaneous fat and matured ham. Rivista di Suinicoltura 32(3): 87-92

Whole grain storage. Storage of cereal grains and their products (Ed. 4): 157-182

Whole milk fattening of veal calves. The influence of feed additives on performance and health. Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde 133(4): 163-170

Whole milk or milk replacer to calves weaned early or late. Proceedings of the Third Egyptian British Conference on Animals, Fish and Poultry Production, Alexandria, Egypt, 7-10 October 1989 ( 2): 553-561

Whole milk replacer using green plants concentrates. Brief Communications of the XXIII International Dairy Congress, Montreal, October 8-12, 1990, Vol II: 408

Whole milk replacers and combined starter feeds with a reduced content of dried skim milk. Zootekhniya ( 3): 37-40

Whole milk replacers based on fermented whey. Brief Communications of the XXIII International Dairy Congress, Montreal, October 8-12, 1990, Vol II: 346

Whole milk. Determination of milkfat, protein and lactose content. Guide for the operation of mid-infra-red instruments. International IDF Standard ( 141A: 1990 (Provisional)): 7 pp.

Whole or defatted rice bran as supplements in the feeding of sheep. Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Zootecnia 18(6): 538-545

Whole plant regeneration via organogenesis and somaclonal variation in Glycine species. United States Patent: (US 4 857 465)

Whole plants. Solute transport in plant cells and tissues: 346-391

Whole rice bran as a substitute for maize in the feeding of broiler chickens. 1. Performance and productivity. Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Zootecnia 18(4): 320-326

Whole rice bran as a substitute for maize in the feeding of broiler chickens. 2. Carcass yield and chemical composition. Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Zootecnia 18(4): 327-333

Whole soyabean flakes in the feeding of heavy pigs. 2. Slaughtering and dissection indices. Rivista di Suinicoltura 32(1): 37-40

Whole- and part-flower self-pollination in Glycine clandestina and G. argyrea and the evolution of autogamy. Evolution 45(7): 1651-1664

Whole-body and segmental bioelectrical-impedance analysis in patients with cirrhosis of the liver: changes after treatment of ascites. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 55(3): 621-625

Whole-body autoradiography in rats after intravenous administration of L-alanyl-L-[U-14C]glutamine. Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism 35(4): 213-220

Whole-body protein kinetics in elective surgical patients receiving peptide or amino acid solutions. Nutrition 7(1): 28-32

Whole-body vibration: A comparison of different methods for the evaluation of mechanical shocks. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 7(1): 41-52

Whole-cell K(+) current across the plasma membrane of guard cells from a grass: Zea mays. Planta 186(2): 282-293

Whole-crop fodder-beet silage: research results. Irish Grassland and Animal Production Association Journal 24: 121-124

Whole-plant 14C-photosynthate allocation in Pinus taeda: seasonal patterns at ambient and elevated ozone levels. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 20(2): 152-158

Whole-plant CO2 exchange of seedlings of two Pinus sylvestris L. provenances grown under simulated photoperiodic conditions of 50 degrees and 60 degrees N. Trees: Structure and Function 6(4): 225-231

Whole-plant regulation and productivity in forest trees. Monograph British Society for Plant Growth Regulation ( 21): 237-250

Whole-plant responses of Brassica campestris (Cruciferae) to altered sink-source relations. American Journal of Botany 78(3): 394-400

Whole-tree carbon and nitrogen partitioning in young hybrid poplars. Tree Physiology 7(1_2_3_4): 79-93

Whole-tree clear-cutting effects on exchangeable cations and soil acidity. Soil Science Society of America journal 55(2): 502-508

Whole-tree clear-cutting effects on soil horizons and organic-matter pools. Soil Science Society of America journal 55(2): 497-502

Wholecrop peas. Vaxtodling ( 23): 152-160

Wholesale and retail trading margins for beef and pigmeat. CLEO Schriften ( 59): 63pp.

Wholesale market or cooperative selling, what do the figures say?. Gb + Gw, Gartnerborse und Gartenwelt 90(50): 2388-2391

Wholesale markets and internationalization of the horticultural sector. QA, Questione Agraria ( 45): 117-140

Wholesale trade in production materials. APK: Ekonomika, Upravlenie ( 5): 50-55

Whorl-maggot - an emerging rice pest. Indian Farming 40(3): 11-13

Whose design? sustainability in Sub-Saharan Africa. Design for sustainable farmer managed irrigation schemes in sub Saharan Africa ( 2): 12 pp.

Whose price wins: institutional and technical change in agriculture. Land Economics 67(2): 213-224

Whose responsibility?. Arboricultural Journal 15(3): 235-241

Whose sport? Whose traditions? Canadian women and sport in the twentieth century. International Journal of the History of Sport 9(1): 141-150

Whose trees? A people's view of forestry aid. Whose trees? A people' s view of forestry aid: 138pp.

Why Guangdong's banana has become a best-seller in China: a survey of banana marketing in Dongwan City. Chinese Rural Economy ( 6): 32-34

Why Kenyans save their soil. Towards sustainable development Nordic conference on environment and development: 16 pp.

Why Tanzanian society is not experiencing structural adjustment: the case of Iringa. The Tanzanian peasantry: economy in crisis: 250-271

Why US farm income is record high. Agricultural Income and Finance Situation and Outlook Report ( AFO-43): 15-19

Why a palatability construct is needed. Appetite 14(3): 167-170

Why am I in agriculture?. Affaires Agricoles 4(3): 10-13

Why and how the famine prevention capability of rural local government in Western Sudan should be strengthened: learning from the Kordofan experience. To cure all hunger: food policy and food security in Sudan: 207-217

Why are atmospheric oxides of nitrogen usually phytotoxic and not alternative fertilizers?. New Phytologist 115(3): 395-429

Why are bumble bees risk averse?. Ecology 68(4): 1104-1108

Why are insect cells immune to HIV?. Immunology of insects and other arthropods: 417-426

Why are the grasses green in alpine meadows?. Proceedings of the conference: Reclamation, a global perspective, Aug 27-31, 1989, Calgary, Alberta, Canada: 69-70

Why are there so many species of bumble bees at Dungeness?. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 101: 31-44

Why are workers in social Hymenoptera not males?. Revista Brasiliera de Genetica 13(1): 133-136

Why are young broiler chickens fatter than layer-strain chicks?. Comparative biochemistry and physiology: A: Comparative physiology00(1): 205-210

Why are young rice plants highly susceptible to iron deficiency?. Plant and Soil 130(1-2): 143-156

Why cherry trees die. Extension Bulletin Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture and Home Economics, Washington State University (EB0668): 15 pp.

Why delay in farmers' adoption of dairy technologies?. Indian Dairyman 44(6): 288-301

Why dietary restriction may extend life: a hypothesis. Geriatrics 44(12): 87-90

Why do conifer lachnid populations seldom produce outbreaks?. Entopath News ( 97): 4-7

Why do farmers adopt new technology?. Working Paper Department of Agricultural Economics and Business, University of Guelph ( WP91/13): 48pp.

Why do farmers forward contract in factor markets?. Southern journal of agricultural economics Southern Agricultural Economics Association 24(1): 145-151

Why do guava fruit flies, Anastrepha striata (Tephritidae), avoid the upper canopy of host trees?. Tropical Pest Management, 382: 136-143

Why do ladybirds (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) cannibalize?. Journal of Biosciences 162(3): 103-109

Why do some African children develop severe malaria?. Parasitology Today 7(10): 277-281

Why do soybeans yield better on narrow rows?. Louisiana Agriculture1991; 34(2): 16-18

Why do we not have enough grain?. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki ( 9): 82-91

Why do we play sport?. Tiempo Libre 5(2): 33-36

Why does asset inequality affect unemployment? A study of the demand composition problem. Journal of Development Economics 35(1): 69-92

Why does fertilization according to the current nitrogen recommendations entail the risk of nitrate leaching in some crops and not in others?. Meststoffen ( 1/2): 8-13

Why don't all termite species have a sterile worker caste?. Proceedings. Biological Sciences 246(1315): 25-29

Why gender is a development issue. Changing perceptions: writings on gender and development: 1-7

Why global warming should concern us. Global Environmental Change 1(4): 268-271

Why have green stems?. Functional Ecology 6(2): 197-205

Why in vivo studies are still required. British Crop Protection Council Brighton Crop Protection Conference: Pests And Diseases, , Vols 1, 2 And 3; International Conference, Brighton, England, Uk, November 19-22, Xxii+396p (Vol 1); Xxii+482p (Vol 2); Xxii+386p (Vol 3) British Crop Protection: Farnham, England, Uk Illus Maps Paper 637-646

Why international development neglects indigenous social reality. Revue Canadienne d' Etudes du Developpement 12(1): 143-157

Why is Mendelian segregation so exact?. Bioessays 13(6): 305-312

Why is it rational for structural reform to be delayed an irrationally long time?. Discussion Paper Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex ( 302): 25 pp.

Why is leasing showing little effect on reviving collective and state farms?. Ekonomika Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh i Pererabatyvayushchikh Predpriyatii ( 5): 2-8

Why is listeriosis increasing among humans?. Healthy animals, safe foods, healthy man World Association of Veterinary Food Hygienists Xth Jubilee International Symposium in Stockholm 2-7 July 1989 Proceedings: 316-318

Why is pigmeat expensive and who does this benefit?. Gazdalkodas 34(5): 35-38

Why is property reform important?. Gazdalkodas 34(10): p.57

Why is sex so frequent?. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 7(8): 278-279

Why is sucrose so cariogenic? The role of glucosyltransferase and polysaccharides. Scandinavian Journal of Dental Research 97(2): 115-119

Why is the agriculture of advanced western economies still organized by family farms? Will this continue to be so in the future?. European Review of Agricultural Economics 18(3/4): 443-458

Why is the coyote (Canis latraus) expanding its range? A critique of the deforestation hypothesis. Revista de Biologia Tropical 35(1): 169-171

Why is the nutrition of cats different from that of dogs?. Tijdschrift Voor Diergeneeskunde 116 Suppl 1: 64s-67s

Why is there a need for genome analysis?. Tierzuchter 43(6): 248-250

Why isn't the Environmental Protection Agency reducing pesticide risks?. ACS Symposium Series ( 446): 258-261

Why it is difficult to control Biomphalaria glabrata, the vector snail of schistosomiasis. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 82 Suppl 4: 203-207

Why natural forests are linked with nutrition, health and self-reliance of villagers in northeast Thailand - a collection of papers. Field Document Regional Wood Energy Development Programme in Asia, FAO ( 6): 86 pp.

Why nitrogen fixing trees?. NFT Highlights ( 89-03): 2 pp.

Why no rural development policy. Rural Sociologist 11(2): 3-21

Why nodding thistle receptacle weevil destroys so little nodding thistle seed in Canterbury. Proceedings of the forty fourth New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference: 280-283

Why not eat insects?. Bulletin of Entomological Research 81(1): 1-4

Why not the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona?. Lait et Nous ( 2): 29-30

Why patent plants and animals?. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Obst und Weinbau 126(17): 454-456

Why peasant exchanges?. Document Methodologies Strategies and Tools, Development Support Service of the IRED Partners in Asia ( 1): 9pp.

Why people don't grow trees: a case study of Nigerian smallholders. Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture 29(3): 303-319

Why physicians must not give food and water to every patient. Journal of Family Practice 29(6): 683-684

Why plant olives?. Progres Agricole et Viticole 106(22): 495 ... 504

Why runti?. RIC Bulletin 7(3-4): 8, 12

Why sediments deposit in lined channels. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering 116(5): 589-602

Why sugar is bad for you?. New Scientist 123(1683): 44-47

Why the complaints are justified, or don't you have something better to do?. Regnum Vegetabile 123: 73-78

Why the concern about agricultural contamination in groundwater ?. Extension Bulletin Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture and Home Economics, Washington State University ( EB1632): 4 pp.

Why the huge drop in milk prices?. Hoard' s Dairyman 135(20): 964

Why viewers watch: a reappraisal of television's effects. Why viewers watch: a reappraisal of television' s effects: 280pp.

Why wait to automate. Dairy Foods 92(7): 30, 32-34

Why young wrestlers 'hang up' their singlet: an exploratory investigation comparing two models of sport attrition. Journal of Sport Behavior 15(3): 209-226

Whycan't they get along? Developing cooperative skills through physical education. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance 62(1): 21-26

Wide and dual wheels. Technique Agricole 53(5): 3-5

Wide angle diffusers for surface sowing of grass seed and arboreal crops. Traktory i Sel' skokhozyaistvennye Mashiny ( 7): 21-22

Wide distribution of the variant form of the human malaria parasite Plasmodium vivax. Journal of Biological Chemistry 266(25): 16297-16300

Wide hybridization for cereal improvement. Current options for cereal improvement Doubled haploids, mutants and heterosis: 39-48

Wide hybridization for cereal improvement. Cytogenetic studies with wheat-rye hybrids and triticale. Cereal Research Communications 19(1-2): 59-69

Wide hybridization for improvement in cultivated brassicas. Acta Horticulturae ( 289): 213

Wide hybridization in Brassica. Crossability barriers and studies on the F1 hybrid and synthetic amphidiploid of B. fruticulosa X B. campestris. Sexual Plant Reproduction 1(4): 234-239

Wide hybridization of Hordeum vulgare X Zea mays. Genome 34(4): 603-605

Wide use of rams of the Manych type of the Stavropol breed. Ovtsevodstvo ( 2): 18-19

Wide world of golf: a research note on the interdependence of sport, culture, and economy. Sociology of Sport Journal 7(4): 378-388

Wide-cut units for cultivation between rows. Sadovodstvo i Vinogradarstvo (11): 17-20

Wide-ranging research at the Aver Heino Regional Research Centre. Praktijkonderzoek 1990 Jaarverslag van Proefstation voor de Rundveehouderij, Schapenhouderij en Paardenhouderij: 37-40

Wide-span multipurpose tractor research in Georgia. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 90-1588): 17 pp.

Wideline nuclear magnetic resonance for measuring the oil content of palm mesocarp. Elaeis 3(1): 311-316

Widely compatible japonica rice from Yunnan, China. International Rice Research Newsletter 16(2): 5

Widening the distribution of Corriedale-type breeds of sheep. Ovtsevodstvo ( 1): 6-9

Widening the human stomach: the effect of new consumer goods on economic growth and leisure. Discussion Papers National Institute of Economic and Social Research ( 204): 35pp.

Widening the range of manufactured goods. Molochnaya i Myasnaya Promyshlennost' ( 1): 16-17

Widening the range of tulips for tray forcing. Nineteen new cultivars assessed. Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 45(41): 34-38

Widening the role of physical planning in Africa: the experience of the National Physical Development Plan in Malawi. Third World Planning Review 14(1): 75-97

Wider use of automated control systems in dairy husbandry. Zootekhniya ( 6): 55-57

Wider use of dwarf fowls. Ptitsevodstvo ( 8): 7-9

Widespread adoption of non-conventional agriculture: profitability and impacts. American Journal of Alternative Agriculture 4(3/4): 128-134

Widespread adventive plants in Catalonia. Biological invasions in Europe and the Mediterranean Basin: 85-104

Widespread intradermal accumulation of mononuclear leukocytes in lepromatous leprosy patients treated systemically with recombinant interferon gamma. Journal of Experimental Medicine 172(5): 1509-1512

Widespread visceral calcifications in disseminated Pneumocystis carinii infection: CT characteristics. Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography 14(1): 149-151

Widows in rural India. Discussion Paper Development Economics Research Programme, Suntory Toyota International Centre for Economics and Related Disciplines ( 26): 171pp.

Width of the cephalic capsule of Diatraea lineolata as an indicator of larval instar. Ceiba 29(1): 59-60

Wiedemann's 'iron law of locality': history of an incorrect citation and notes on Wilhelm Pfeil. Forstarchiv 61(5): 182-185

Wife's employment, food expenditures, and apparent nutrient intake: evidence from Canada. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 73(3): 784-794

Wilbur George Downs 1913-1991. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 7(3): 515-517

Wilcoxina mikolae newly identified as a mycorrhizal fungus on pines in Africa. Mycological Research 95(2): 250-253

Wild Agropyron populations of the eastern European steppe province. Nauchno Tekhnicheskii Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Ordena Lenina i Ordena Druzhby Narodov Nauchno Issledovatel' skogo Instituta Rastenievodstva Imeni NI Vavilova ( 198): 54-59

Wild Beta germplasm under threat in Italy. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter 1990; ( 77): 40

Wild Citrus ichangensis in Ningqiang county, Shaanxi province. China Citrus 20(4): 18

Wild Manihot species: a valuable resource. Cassava Newsletter 14(1): 2-5

Wild Phaseolus ecogeography in the Sierra Madre Occidental, Mexico: areographic techniques for targeting and conserving species diversity. Wild Phaseolus ecogeography in the Sierra Madre Occidental, Mexico: areographic techniques for targeting and conserving species diversity: iii + 35 pp.

Wild Vigna species in Africa: their collection and potential utilization. Cowpea genetic resources: 58-77

Wild adult hybrids of Salmo salar L. and Salmo trutta L. Journal of Fish Biology, 405: 817-820

Wild animal resources: their use by aboriginal communities. Wild animal resources: their use by aboriginal communities: x + 122pp.

Wild animals as indicators of environmental contamination - prevalence of radionuclides, polychlor biphenyls, organochlorine pesticides in roe deer and foxes in Hessen. Tierarztliche Umschau 46(9): 549-553

Wild apple and wild pear: possibilities of conserving and propagating indigenous German wild fruit species. Forst und Holz 43(19): 483-486

Wild apple in the central Kopetdag. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 134: 117-121

Wild apple in the south east of the USSR. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 134: 111-117

Wild apple species and ornamental apple cultivars as pollinators. Gartenbau 36(5): 145-147

Wild barley (Hordeum spontaneum Koch) and its potential utilization in barley protein improvement. Israel Journal of Botany 39(3): 271-286

Wild bees and pollination. Abeilles sauvages et pollination: 40 pp.

Wild bird control. County program addresses health and nuisance problems. Journal of Environmental Health 53(1): 25-27

Wild boar as a potential source of swine fever in eastern Slovakia. Veterinarstvi 41(7-8): 157-159

Wild carnivore acceptance of baits for delivery of liquid rabies vaccine. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 26(4): 486-501

Wild coffee of the Cote d'Ivoire and Guinea: result of survey missions undertaken from 1984 to 1987. 13th International scientific colloquium on coffee, Paipa Colombia, 21-25 August 1989: 420-428

Wild crocus species. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 131: 138-143

Wild edible and medical fungi resources in shenyang. Zhongguo Shiyongjun = Edible Fungi of China ( 3): 25-26

Wild edible fungi from Mexico, an integral approach. Micologia Neotropical Aplicada 2: 77-114

Wild edible mushroom flora of Tripura. Indian Agriculturist 32(2): 139-143

Wild flower seedlings. Professional Horticulture 3(3): 135-138

Wild foods of the Kenyan drylands. Resources Nairobi 1(2): 20-24

Wild forage plants in Sanjuang Plain area, Heilongjiang, China. Pratacultural Science 7(4): 12-17

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Wind tunnel in insect behavioral research. Contributions from Shanghai Institute of Entomology 8: 157-160

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Windbreaks: how well do they really work?. Agroforestry Today 3(1): 15-16

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Windpumps for irrigation. Windpumps for irrigation: 96 pp.

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Windthrow: a practical guide to forest management and utilization. Foret Entreprise ( 58): 21-60

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Wine grapes - supply projections to 1992-93. Wine grapes supply projections to 1992-93: v + 44pp.

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Wingstroke frequency of foraging and hovering bumblebees in relation to morphology and temperature. Physiological Entomology 16(2): 191-200

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Winning is the only thing: sports in America since 1945. Winning is the only thing: sports in America since 1945: 258pp

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Winning with a new technology. Dairy Foods 92(8): 78

Winter barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) and soyabean (Glycine max L. Merr) cultivars of different maturities for the development of double cropping systems. Rivista di Agronomia 24(1): 34-41

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Winter barley cultivar and nitrogen fertilizer trials on sand. Novenytermeles 39(5): 451-459

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Winter bread wheat Khersonskaya 86. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo Moskva ( 3): 42-44

Winter bread wheat Severnaya Zarya. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo Moskva ( 6): 35-36

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Winter burning bighorn sheep range - a proposed strategy. Forestry Chronicle 66(5): 473-477

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Winter chickpea: status and prospects. Options Mediterraneennes Serie A, Seminaires Mediterraneens ( 9): 145-150

Winter cleanup sprays for latania scale (Hemiberlesia lataniae) on Lombardy poplar shelter in kiwifruit orchards. Proceedings of the Forty Third New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference: 252-255

Winter cold hardiness of seven wildland shrubs. General Technical Report Intermountain Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( INT-276): 115-118

Winter cover crop suppression practices and natural enemies of armyworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in no-till corn. Environmental Entomology 21(1): 41-49

Winter crop husbandry in Uzbekistan is a reality . Zemledelie ( 10): 43-44

Winter crops for direct sowing in the south of Brazil. Circular Tecnica Centro Nacional de Pesquisa de Trigo ( 3): 24 pp.

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Winter dysentery in dairy herds: electron microscopic and serological evidence for an association with coronavirus infection. Veterinary Record 128(19): 447-449

Winter flounder antifreeze protein improves the cold hardiness of plant tissues. Journal of Plant Physiology 135(3): 351-354

Winter forb control for increased grass yield on sandy rangeland. Journal of range management 42(5): 400-403

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Winter frost hardiness of two Chilean provenances of Nothofagus procera in Scotland. Forestry: The journal of the Institute of Chartered Foresters5(2): 205-212

Winter grain legumes research report 1988/89. PAC Working Paper Pakhribas Agricultural Centre ( 13): 18 pp.

Winter grass cover crop effects on nematodes and yields of double cropped soybean. Plant & Soil 131(2): 287-292

Winter habitat use by Columbian sharp-tailed grouse in western Idaho. Journal of Wildlife Management 52.4: 743-746

Winter hardiness and frost resistance in breeding lines of wheat in the years 1982-1987. Biuletyn Instytutu Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roslin ( 171-172): 257-261

Winter hardiness of apple varieties and hybrids in Saratov province. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 134: 62-69

Winter harvest profit in the Assis region: alternative maize, soyabeans and wheat. Informacoes Economicas Instituto de Economia Agricola 20(7): 9-20

Winter injury susceptibility and cold tolerance of current and year-old needles of red spruce trees from several provenances. Forest science 36(4): 982-994

Winter injury to red spruce at Mount Moosilauke, New Hampshire. Canadian journal of forest research = Journal canadien de recherche forestiere 21(9): 1380-1389

Winter injury to subalpine red spruce: influence of prior vigor and effects on subsequent growth. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 22(6): 888-892

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Winter moth on Sitka spruce: synchrony of egg hatch and budburst, and its effect on larval survival. Ecological Entomology 16(3): 387-390

Winter oilseed rape: effect of partial defoliation. HGCA Oilseeds Project Report ( OS4): 21 pp.

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Winter precipitation and snow conditions in spruce forests of a hilly region. Prace Vyzkumneho Ustavu Lesniho Hospodarstvi a Myslivosti ( 70): 203-228

Winter production of greenhouse cucumber: an economic appraisal. Norsk Landbruksforsking 6(3): 205-214

Winter production of greenhouse cucumbers. Norsk Landbruksforsking 5(4): 333-341

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Winter rape silage. Kormovye Kul' tury (2): 46-47

Winter rye Novozybkovskaya 150. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo Moskva ( 6): 41-42

Winter rye Radzima. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo Moskva ( 5): 48-49

Winter rye cultivar Ergo. Cercetari Agronomice in Moldova 22(4): 29-34

Winter rye for green harvest. Tidsskrift for Planteavl 94(2): 149-159

Winter rye gene resources and their utilization for creation of intensive genotypes. Selektsiya rzhi materialy simpoziuma Eukarpia: 54-59, 203-209

Winter saprolegniosis in channel catfish. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 13(3): 155-164

Winter sowing of sunflowers in cold areas. Agricultura Madrid 60(703): 156-158, 161-163

Winter sports for wheelchair users. Adapted physical activity: an interdisciplinary approach: proceedings of the 7th International Symposium, Berlin, June 1989: 115-118

Winter survival of Meloidogyne incognita juveniles and eggs in Kyushu, Japan. Japanese Journal of Nematology 20: 8-17

Winter Survival of Pratylenchus scribneri. Journal of Nematology 23(2): 198-204

Winter survival of hibernating Helix pomatia: effect of soil moisture. Snail Farming Research 4: 19-22

Winter survival times of colonies infested at various levels by tracheal mites. American Bee Journal 131(12): 773

Winter swine ventilation evaluation using air quality criteria. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 92-4039): 5 pp.

Winter temperatures and reproductive development affect the productivity and growth components of white clover and phalaris growing in a mixed pasture. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 43(3): 673-683

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Winter triticale Dar Belorussii. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo Moskva ( 6): 34-35

Winter triticale Krasnodarskii Zernokormovoi. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo Moskva ( 5): 46-47

Winter use and habitat characteristics of vulture communal roosts. Journal of Wildlife Management 54(1): 77-83

Winter vaccination. Dansk Pelsdyravl 53(12): 584-585

Winter vegetable seed production at Lumle Agricultural Centre - a cash crop for remote areas?. Technical Paper Lumle Agricultural Centre ( 21): 17 pp.

Winter ventilation of beehives. Part 1. Carbon dioxide. Bee Craft 71(9): 265-269

Winter ventilation of beehives. Part 2. Oxygen and water vapour. Bee Craft 71(10): 309-313

Winter wheat Don 85. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo Moskva ( 1): 34-36

Winter wheat Donetskaya 46. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo Moskva ( 5): 42-44

Winter wheat FI400. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo Moskva ( 2): 40-41

Winter wheat Khar'kovskaya 90. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo Moskva ( 6): 38-39

Winter wheat Komsomol'skaya 56. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo Moskva ( 5): 40-42

Winter wheat Lutescens 7. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo Moskva ( 6): 34-35

Winter wheat Mironovskaya 40. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo Moskva ( 1): 39-40

Winter wheat Nemchinovskaya 52. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo Moskva ( 2-3): 32-34

Winter wheat aphids in Belgium: prognosis and dynamics of their populations. Bulletin SROP 14(4): 13-34

Winter wheat harvest method and its influence on contamination of the surface layer of soil with weed seeds. Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych Seria A, Produkcja Roslinna 107(4): 41-50

Winter wheat mainstem leaf appearance and tiller formation vs. moisture treatment. Agronomy Journal 83(4): 663-667

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Wood anatomy of Idiospermum australiense (Diels) S. T. Blake. Proceedings of the Ecological Society of Australia 15: 281

Wood anatomy of Laurelia philippiana. Bosque 9(1): 65-67

Wood anatomy of Laurelia sempervirens. Bosque 9(2): 123-124

Wood anatomy of Malagasy and African Montiniaceae. IAWA Bulletin 10(3): 345

Wood anatomy of Nepalese Betulaceae and Corylaceae. IAWA Bulletin 10(3): 338

Wood anatomy of eight forest tree species. Revista Forestal Baracoa 18(1): 17-37

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Wood anatomy of the Sophora group (Leguminosae). IAWA Bulletin 10(3): 336

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Wood anatomy-the state of the art. IAWA Bulletin 10(3): 333-334

Wood and bark anatomy of Lauraceae IV. Dahlgrenodendron J.J.M. Van der Merwe & Van Wyk. IAWA Bulletin 11(2): 173-182

Wood and bark anatomy of Lauraceae. III. Aspidostemon Rohwer & Richter. IAWA Bulletin 11(1): 47-56

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Wood characterisation through ultrasonic waves. Ultrasonic methods in evaluation of inhomogeneous materials: 323-342

Wood characteristics of Cedrela odorata (Meliaceae) in Costa Rica. Revista de Biologia Tropical 36(1): 67-73

Wood characteristics of six mediterranean maquis species. Foret Mediterraneenne 11(1): 69-78

Wood charcoal powder, a carrier of Paecilomyces lilacinus spores. Nematologia Mediterranea 20(1): 5-7

Wood chewing by stabled horses: diurnal pattern and effects of exercise. Journal of Animal Science 69(3): 1053-1058

Wood colour of Eucalyptus grandis (Hill) Maiden in response to silvicultural treatment. IAWA Bulletin 10(3): 349-350

Wood consumption and requirement for the Pakistan railways. Pakistan Journal of Forestry 39(2): 89-94

Wood decay capacity of four microfungi of Indian soil. Geobios New Reports 10(1): 15-18

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Wood density of beech in stands in Berlin and north Poland. Forstarchiv 61(1): 6-10

Wood density of vegetatively propagated Norway spruce. Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Technischen Universitat Dresden 38(5-6): 333-335

Wood density profile of Eucalyptus saligna in relation to tree diameter. Brasil Florestal 15(66): 39-43

Wood destroying insects: wood borers and termites. Wood destroying insects: wood borers and termites: 44 pp.

Wood deterioration in poplars following decline after water stress. European Journal of Forest Pathology 20(6-7): 321-328

Wood fuel supply strategies. Volume 1. The report. An investigation based on trials of equipment for harvesting, processing, storing and transporting wood for fuel. Energy Technology Support Unit, Harwell, UK ( ETSU B 1176-P1): 132 pp.

Wood fuel supply strategies. Volume 2: harvesting trials summaries. Energy Technology Support Unit, Harwell, UK ( ETSU B 1176-P2): 84 pp.

Wood in search of a market. Actes du 2e colloque Sciences et industries du bois, Nancy, 22-24 avril, 1987 (Volume I): 43-70

Wood material use in the U.S. wood furniture industry. Forest Products Journal 42(5): 28-30

Wood pathology in conifers in Israel. IAWA Bulletin 11(2): 130

Wood portrait: ebony (Diospyros spp.). Ebenaceae. Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 48(10): 385-389

Wood preservation as trees do it. Scottish Forestry 45(4): 275-284

Wood processing and utilization. Wood processing and utilization: xii + 418 pp.

Wood procurement practices in Maine. Forest products journal 40(1): 25-28

Wood production and landscape: coppice rotations of holly oak. Cellulosa e Carta 41(2): 6-10

Wood production capacities: plywood, particle board and fibre board 1985-1990. Wood production capacities: plywood, particle board and fibre board 1985-1990 ( FO: WPP/90/2): x + 128 pp.

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Wood production of Gliricidia sepium (Jacq.) Walp. shade trees in a cacao plantation. Nitrogen Fixing Tree Research Reports 6: 60

Wood properties of beech from the stand affected by pollution. IAWA Bulletin 11(2): 129

Wood properties of small-leaved lime (Tilia cordata). Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 49(11): 423-427

Wood properties of tree willows. Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Technischen Universitat Dresden 39(4): 155-157

Wood property variation in six Pinus radiata (D. Don) trees grown in the Jonkershoek State Forest. South African Forestry Journal ( 151): 39-45

Wood quality considerations in wood procurement decision-making. Total costs have to be considered. Pulp and Paper Canada 93(4): 29 ... 37

Wood quality differences between aspen and balsam poplar. Balsam poplar as potential raw material for waferboard and oriented strandboard production. Holzforschung und Holzverwertung 43(4): 87-89

Wood quality in Hildegardia barteri (Mast.) Kossern - an African tropical pioneer species. Wood and Fiber Science 23(3): 419-435

Wood quality of Eucalyptus viminalis for energy purposes as a function of spacing and felling age. Boletim de Pesquisa Florestal ( 16): 55-59

Wood quality of Norway spruce in relation to growing conditions. Foret Entreprise ( 80): 13-23, 26-27

Wood quality of Quercus petraea from stands established at different densities. Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 48(7-8): 255-260

Wood quality studies on Canadian commercial coniferous plantation species. IAWA Bulletin 10(3): 339

Wood rats and kangaroo rats: potential reservoirs of the Lyme disease spirochete in California. Journal of Medical Entomology 28(3): 299-302

Wood science improves the quality of life. Wood Science and Technology 24(1): 1-16

Wood science research and education in Switzerland. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen 140(10): 847-912

Wood softening methods for preparing microscopic samples. FRC Publication ( 48): ii + 22 pp.

Wood sources for the Port Huon Mill: NSSC pulping of some young eucalypt species. Appita Journal 42(6): 419-423

Wood structure of Amazonian species as related to the El Nino/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) event. IAWA Bulletin 11(2): 139

Wood structure of Stryphnodendron excelsum. Revista de Biologia Tropical 35(1): 107-112

Wood supply: an important aspect of the furniture industry. The role of national production. Italia Forestale e Montana 45(2): 98-113

Wood technology of Norway spruce in the Belgian Ardenne. Actes du 2e colloque Sciences et industries du bois, Nancy, 22-24 avril, 1987 (Volume I): 233-240

Wood variation: its causes and control. Wood variation: its causes and control: xv + 363 pp.

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Wood, bark, peat and coal ashes as liming agents and sources of calcium, magnesium, potassium and phosphorus. Annales Agriculturae Fenniae 30(3): 315-388

Wood-concrete structures. Actes du 2e colloque Sciences et industries du bois, Nancy, 22-24 avril 1987 (Volume II): 127-134

Wood-inhabiting macromycetes characteristic in Europe for Abies or Picea, with a comparison of their hosts in North America and Far East. Boletus 15(3): 69-76

Wood: fuel for thought. Proceedings of a conference, Bristol, UK, 23-25 October, 1991. Wood: fuel for thought Proceedings of a conference, Bristol, UK, 23-25 October, 1991: 344 pp.

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Woody seedling dynamics in an east Texas floodplain forest. Ecological Monographs 59(2): 177-204

Woody species in auxiliary roles: live stakes in yam cultivation. Woody species in auxiliary roles: live stakes in yam cultivation: 151 pp.

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Woody weed control in the Dandenong Ranges National Park. Plant Protection Quarterly 6(3): 130-131

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Wool characteristics of Magra sheep and factors affecting it in farmers' flock. Wool and Woollens of India 28(4): 27-30

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Wool face cover and reproductive performance in Polwarth ewes. Revista do Centro de Ciencias Rurais, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria 18(3-4): 335-342

Wool follicles initiate, develop and produce fibres in ovine foetal skin grafts. Proceedings of the Australian Society of Animal Production 18: 518

Wool growth in autumn and spring lambing ewes. Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production 51: 383-387

Wool growth in sheep fed diets based on wheat straw and protein supplements. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 43(2): 285-300

Wool industry in China: some Chinese perspectives. Wool industry in China: some Chinese perspectives: xv + 105pp.

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Wool price stabilisation; submission to the Resource Assessment Commission. Wool price stabilisation; submission to the Resource Assessment Commission: vii + 72pp.

Wool prices liberalized in international markets. Cotton and Wool Situation and Outlook ( CWS-64): 33-39

Wool production and marketing in South America. Wool Technology and Sheep Breeding 38(1): 13-20

Wool production and other characteristics of progeny from high performance Coopworths X Romney rams. Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production 50: 305-309

Wool production and sheep management practices in the western Himalayas. Wool and Woollens of India 27(4): 17-22

Wool production efficiency. 1. Relation between feed intake and wool production efficiency. Produccion Ovina ( 2): 1-10

Wool production in relation to type of housing. Ovtsevodstvo ( 5): 31

Wool production of Dagestan-Kirgiz sheep. Zootekhniya ( 1): 33-35

Wool production of crossbred sheep. Ovtsevodstvo ( 3): 34-35

Wool production of lambs of differing origin. Zootekhniya ( 12): 11-12

Wool production of purebred German Angora rabbits and French Angora X German Angora crossbreds in relation to method of wool harvesting. Preliminary report. 7 Arbeitstagung uber Haltung und Krankheiten der Kaninchen, Pelztiere und Heimtiere, 31 Mai bis 1 Juni 1990 in Celle: 171-177

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Wool quality of crossbreds of Australian with North Kazakh Merinos. Ovtsevodstvo ( 4): 33-35

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Wool sulphur concentration in fleeceweight-selected and control Romney hoggets. Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production 51: 395-400

Wool traits of fine-wooled sheep. Ovtsevodstvo ( 4): 29-31

Wool traits of improved Carpathian Mountain sheep. Zootekhniya ( 6): 62-64

Wool, meat and milk yield from carpet wool sheep breeds in the Mediterranean. World Animal Review ( 69): 50-58

Woolly apple aphid: chemical management. Deciduous Fruit Grower 40(11): 423-426

Woolly apple aphid: use of chlorpyrifos and vamidothion. Deciduous Fruit Grower 41(11): 385-388

Woolly croton (Croton capitatus) and bitter sneezeweed (Helenium amarum) control in Blackland prairie of Texas. Weed Technology 4(4): 862-865

Wopell - a nematocidal drug in goats. Livestock Adviser 15(11): 8-10

Work and poverty in metro and nonmetro areas. Rural Development Research Report ( 81): x + 19pp.

Work animals and animal driven carts in Meerut district, Uttar Pradesh - an ex-post evaluation study. Evaluation Study Series National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development ( 41): vi + 49pp.

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Work at the Centre for Rural Building 1990. Farm Building Progress ( 104): 24-35

Work attitudes and management values: the hospitality industry. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 4(3): 9-13

Work carried out at INRA on AI in rabbits and future prospects. Cuniculture ( 104): 102-106

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Work in the orchard in early spring. Zashchita Rastenii Moskva ( 2): 59-61

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Work of the Klever team of breeders. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo Moskva ( 4): 25-28

Work of the central laboratories for improving the quality of purchased milk. Zbornik referatov z celoslovenskeho odborneho seminara "Kvalita nakupovaneho mlieka II": 127-133

Work on breeding winter wheat varieties in the Institute for Breeding and Production of Field Crops of the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences - Zagreb: high yielding wheat varieties. Wheat Information Service ( 71): 32-35

Work organization among Nova Scotian offshore fishermen. Human Organization 49(4): 395-405

Work organization and management on large dairy farms. KTBL Arbeitspapier ( 164): 57-64

Work out the market. Leisure Management 11(5): 47-48

Work postures and strain of workers in Nordic forest work: a selective review. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 5(3): 219-226

Work production of crossbred and indigenous bullocks. Indian Journal of Animal Production and Management 7(1): 27-29

Work programmes of European dairy research institutes. Journal of the Society of Dairy Technology 44(2): 45-48

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Work safety and premature invalidity in forest workers. Forstarchiv 61(3): 99-102

Work selected by the Cuban Society of Hygiene and Epidemiology. Serum lipid levels in children 6 to 10 years old. Revista Cubana de Higiene y Epidemiologia 28(1): 100-108

Work study of felling and cross-cutting of silver fir and Douglas fir. Annali Accademia Italiana di Scienze Forestali ( 39): 3-32

Work with the Hybro cross. Ptitsevodstvo ( 8): 6-7

Work with varieties in the rye and triticale collection of the Institute of Plant Breeding at Gulzow-Gustrow. Archiv fur Zuchtungsforschung 20(1): 27-31

Work, leisure and optimal experience. Leisure Studies 11(3): 243-256

Work-related respiratory disorders among Finnish farmers. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 18(3): 269-272

Work-site health promotion: the effects of a goal-setting program on nutrition-related behaviors. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 89(7): 914-20, 923

Worker castes and adaptive demography. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 5(1): 1-12

Worker longevity in harvester ants (Pogonomyrmex). Psyche (Cambridge): 943-4: 341-346

Worker polymorphism and nest structure in Myrmecia brevinoda Forel (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Journal of the Australian Entomological Society, 294: 327-331

Worker remittances and inequality in rural Egypt. Economic Development and Cultural Change 38(1): 45-71

Worker reproduction in the higher eusocial Hymenoptera. Quarterly Review of Biology 63(3): 291-311

Worker's heart-rates and continuous work periods for forest brush-cutting work on a steep area. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 72(3): 216-222

Workers in queens clothing: why capensis workers become pseudoqueens. Bees and beekeeping in southern Africa Proceedings of the International Beekeepers' Symposium held at Stellenbosch, South Africa, 24-26 January, 1990: 83-89

Workers in the Indonesian construction industry: labour recruitment and rural-urban migration. Dissertation Abstracts International A, Humanities and Social Sciences 51(12 (1)): 4173-4174

Workers' culture in imperial Germany: leisure and recreation in the Rhineland and Westphalia. Workers' culture in imperial Germany: leisure and recreation in the Rhineland and Westphalia: 214pp.

Workers' product knowledge when quality grading horticultural produce. Designing for everyone Proceedings of the 11th Congress of the International Ergonomics Association, Paris, France, 1991,: 537-539

Workers' rights. Leisure Management 12(9): 26-27

Workers, retrenchment and urban-rural linkages in Kano, Nigeria. Inequality and development: case studies from the Third World: 223-242

Workforce participation of child labour in the rural economy of India. Indian Journal of Labour Economics 33(4): 263-266

Workgroup issue paper: Indicators and assessment of agricultural sustainability : Methods of Assessing Agricultural Sustainability . Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 15(3): 303-305

Workgroup issue paper: Introduction to chemical indicators, using the example of soil chemistry as applied to agriculture. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 15(3): 285-286

Working Group 'Breeding for resistance to insects and mites'. Proceedings of the fifth workshop, Marcelin, Switzerland, 4-6 September 1989. Bulletin SROP 8(6): 194 pp.

Working Group 'Integrated Control in Glasshouses'. Contributions to the meeting held in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 5-8 June 1990. Bulletin SROP 13(5): 227 pp.