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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 2388

Chapter 2388 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Fracture of the 3rd lumbar vertebra due to a dog bite with paraplegia in a mixed breed dog. Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift 80(5): 144-147

Fracture of the collum femoris in an Irish Setter. Improvised surgical technique with good results after 6 years. Norsk Veterinaertidsskrift 103(7): 721-724

Fracture toughness and acoustic emission characteristics of wood I. Effects of the location of a crack tip in an annual ring. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 37(12): 1129-1134

Fractures in growing dogs. Point Veterinaire 24(147): 47-55

Fractures of the lateral malleolus of the tibia in 16 horses. Equine Veterinary Journal 24(6): 424-429

Fractures of the mandible and maxilla in dogs and cats. Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde 119(16): 456-462

Fractures of the scapula in dogs: a retrospective review of 12 cases. Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology 6(2): 105-108

Fracturing of soil clods and the soil crumbling effectiveness of draught tillage implements. Soil & Tillage Research 28(1): 79-94

Fragaria at the national clonal germplasm repository at Corvallis, Oregon. The strawberry into the 21st century Proceedings of the Third North American Strawberry Conference, Houston, Texas, 14-16 February, 1990: 106-107

Fragaria spp. L. (strawberry). Cultivar Gardena. Informatore Agrario 48(33): 69-70

Fragaria spp. L. (strawberry). Cultivar Sella. Informatore Agrario 48(33): 67-68

Fragile lands, fragile organizations: Indian organizations and the politics of sustainability in Ecuador. Transactions Institute of British Geographers 18(2): 179-196

Fragipan formation in argillic brown earths (Fragiudalfs) of the Milfield Plain, north-east England. I. Evidence for a periglacial stage of development. Journal of Soil Science 43(4): 621-644

Fragipan formation in argillic brown earths (Fragiudalfs) of the Milfield Plain, north-east England. II. Post Devensian developmental processes and the origin of fragipan consistence. Journal of Soil Science 44(4): 703-723

Fragipan formation in argillic brown earths (Fragiudalfs) of the Milfield Plain, north-east England. III. Micromorphological, SEM and EDXRA studies of fragipan degradation and the development of glossic features. Journal of Soil Science 44(4): 725-739

Fragment of soil cover of the Badkhyz hill country. Problems of Desert Development ( 3): 18-24

Fragmentation in diversified cultural demand. Journal of Cultural Economics 16(2): 83-92

Fragmentation of old-growth forests and mosses on temporary substrates. Svensk Botanisk Tidskrift 86(3): 185-198

Fragmentation of the medial malleolus of dogs with and without tarsal osteochondrosis. Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound 35(1): 5-9

Fragmented ag markets create need for a field marketer. Feedstuffs 66(35): 1, 19

Fragmented coronoid process associated with premature distal radial physeal closure in four dogs. Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology 5(3): 93-99

Fragmented landscapes in Western Australia. Biological Conservation 64(3): 183-238

Fragrance in Rhododendron species. American Rhododendron Society Journal 47(3): 128-130

Fragrant japonica rice Xiang Yu 1. Crop Genetic Resources ( 4): 47

Frame optimization of solar greenhouse with an inner post. Transactions of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering 10(1): 157-160

Frames matter-a comparison of different techniques of monitoring soil loss in Lesotho. A minor field study. Working Paper International Rural Development Centre, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences ( 249): 27 pp.

Framework conditions for marketing in the East by the German dairy industry and consequences for enterprise strategies. DMZ, Lebensmittelindustrie und Milchwirtschaft 114(50): 1492-1500

Framework conditions in support of self-help activities and self-propelling growth schemes in Asia India/Indonesia, 25 October to 4 November 1991. Framework conditions in support of self help activities and self propelling growth schemes in Asia India/Indonesia, 25 October to 4 November 1991: 106pp.

Framework development for isolating the important factors in the formation and development of professional sports leagues. Journal of Hospitality and Leisure Marketing 1(4): 11-39

Framework for analyzing the competitiveness of the agri-food sector. Working Paper Policy Branch, Agriculture Canada ( 3-93): xi + 50pp.

Framework for designing sampling programs. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 30(2): 139-162

Framework for erosion and sediment yield modeling. Recent advances in the modeling of hydrologic systems: 269-288

Framework for evaluating mastitis technologies with respect to economic impact of mastitis to the dairy operation. Journal of Dairy Science 75(SUPPL 1): 260

Framework for orientation of Striga research at IITA. Proceedings of the 5th international symposium of parasitic weeds, Nairobi, Kenya, 24-30 June 1991: 503-511

Framework to support decisions on chemical pest control under uncertainty, applied to aphids and brown rust in winter wheat. Crop Protection 13(1): 25-34

Framework, execution and costs of milk collection in the Federal Republic of Germany in the year 1993. DMZ, Lebensmittelindustrie und Milchwirtschaft 115(23): 1146-1153, 1156-1159

France and its partners in 1992. Moci ( 1073): 74-76

France in world trade. Chambres d' Agriculture ( 818, Supplement): 28pp.

France's trade in rabbits: the deficit falls. Cuniculture ( 99): 139-142

France, it could have been sold more often. Espaces Paris ( 120): 8-13

France, we'll probably be able to sell it more often. Espaces Paris ( 121): 8-13

France: local sports economy. Sports Information Bulletin ( 33): 2745-2749

Franchising - an alternative for agricultural marketing?. Agrarwirtschaft 42(4/5): 205-208

Franchising in the fast food industry in Asia. Public Enterprise 13(1/2): 81-88

Franchising in tourism: international and Indian experience. Public Enterprise 13(1/2): 112-120

Franco-Britannic Meeting on host-parasite co-evolution. Parasitology Today 9(11): 399-401

Franco-Italian cooperation in research. Process Rennes (1092): 60-61

Frankenstein farm?. Genetic Engineer and Biotechnologist 12(2): 24

Frankia and actinorhizal plants. Acta Oecologica 13(4): 367-516

Frankia as a limiting factor in the growth of Alnus spp.: a critical evaluation. Fast growing trees and nitrogen fixing trees: international conference Marburg, October 8th-12th, 1989: 331-336

Frankliniella occidentalis (Perg.) on nectarine crops in Murcia. Population dynamics and cultivar behaviour. Boletin de Sanidad Vegetal, Plagas 19(3): 335-344

Frankliniella occidentalis predation by native natural enemies. Bulletin OILB/SROP 16(2): 137-140

Frass production of last instar larvae of the beech caterpillar, Quadricalcarifera punctatella (Motschulsky) (Lep., Notodontidae), and method of estimating their density. Journal of Applied Entomology 117(1): 84-91

Freda: a new tomato parthenocarpic hybrid. HortScience 27(2): 185-186

Frederik V's cultivation of conifers. Dansk Dendrologisk Arsskrift 6(4): 219-234

Free D- and L-amino acids from hydrolyzed milk proteins by Pseudomonas fluorescens ATCC 948. Journal of dairy science 76(9): 2500-2506

Free air carbon dioxide enrichment: development, progress, results. Vegetatio 104-105: 17-31

Free amino acid composition in muscle and hemolymph of the prawn Penaeus monodon in different salinities. Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi = Bulletin of the Japanese Society of Scientific Fisheries 58(6): 1095-1102

Free amino acid concentrations in the male accessory glands during development of adult variegated grasshopper, Zonocerus variegatus L. (Orthoptera: Pyrgomorphidae). Insect Science and its Application 13(6): 771-774

Free amino acid pools of trematodes: normal excretion and role in osmoregulation. Indian Journal of Parasitology 14(2): 217-222

Free amino acids and protein in Scots pine seedlings cultivated at different nutrient availabilities. Tree Physiology 13(1): 71-86

Free amino acids as food supplements. Var Foda 45(6): 265-268

Free amino acids for the analytical characterization of Grana Padano cheese. Scienza e Tecnica Lattiero Casearia 44(1): 7-19

Free amino acids in Brazilian grape juices. Rivista di Viticoltura e di Enologia 43(4): 15-21

Free amino acids in protein-reduced cereal based diets for piglets. Verstegen, M W A [Editor], den Hartog, L A [Editor], van Kempen, G J M [Editor], Meltz, J H M [Editor] European Association for Animal Production Publication; Nitrogen flow in pig production and environmental consequences : 116-121

Free amino acids in the extract from Citrus unshiu Marc. flowers. Rastitel' nye Resursy 27(2): 92-94

Free and bound 6,9-dihydroxymegastigm-7-en-3-one in Vitis vinifera grapes and wine. Phytochemistry 31(5): 1813-1815

Free and bound erythrocyte vitamin B-6 concentration of healthy adolescents. Nutrition Research 13(1): 37-43

Free and bound volatile secondary metabolites of Vitis vinifera grape cv. Sauvignon Blanc. Journal of Food Science 59(1): 142-147

Free and conjugated catecholamines and serotonin in canine thoracic duct lymph: effects of feeding. American Journal of Physiology 265(2 Pt 1): E184-E189

Free and conjugated polyamines during the initiation of the cell cycle of G0-arrested Medicago varia cell cultures. Journal of Plant Physiology 142(5): 605-609

Free and esterified cholesterol in a number of South African fish oils and their corresponding meals. Fett Wissenschaft Technologie 95(1): 28-31

Free and glycosidically bound vacuole volatile components of tobacco leaves. Journal of the Korean Society of Tobacco Science 14(1): 79-86

Free and immobilized cultures of Spirulina maxima for swine waste treatment. Biotechnology letters 15(3): 321-326

Free and protein-bound amino acids in sow's colostrum and milk. Journal of Nutrition 124(3): 415-424

Free and protein-linked glycoinositolphospholipids in Trypanosoma cruzi. Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research 27(2): 239-242

Free chlorophyll in green plant cells. Research in photosynthesis Volume III Proceedings of the IXth International Congress on Photosynthesis, Nagoya, Japan, August 30 September 4, 1992: 127-130

Free choice of feedstuff by dairy sheep and diet composition. Zootecnica e Nutrizione Animale 19(4/5): 221-226

Free convective heat transfer in a covered solar crop drying pad. Journal of Engineering for International Development 1(3): 16-22

Free energy balance and metabolism of the leaf system in certain deciduous species in the dark. Soviet Plant Physiology 36(3, I): 356-360

Free fatty acid and quality of labneh made by different starter cultures and glucono- delta -lactone. Proceedings: 5th Egyptian conference for dairy science and technology: 259

Free fatty acid metabolism in the follicular and luteal phases of the menstrual cycle. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 74(4): 806-810

Free fatty acid-induced alterations in the steroid-binding properties of rat androgen-binding protein. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 190(2): 602-608

Free fatty acids and exercise. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 57(5 Suppl): 752s-757s; Discussion 757s-758s

Free fatty acids and monoglycerides: anti-infective agents produced during the digestion of milk fat by the newborn. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 310: 151-158

Free fatty acids in plasma may exert feed-back control of lipoprotein lipase activity. Nutrition Reviews 51(1): 18-19

Free fatty acids in shrunken-2 sweet corn seed. Crop Science 33(4): 871-873

Free glutamic acid in some Philippine fruits and vegetables. ASEAN Food Journal 7(2): 108-110, 125

Free heme in isolated chloroplasts: an improved method of assay and its physiological importance. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry Paris 30(3): 285-292

Free intake and digestibility of native grass (Axonopus spp.; Paspalum spp.) supplemented with two amounts of pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan) in Pelibuey sheep. Veterinaria Mexico 21(2): 105-108

Free iron oxides in soils of Alfisol-Vertisol toposequence. Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science 40(3): 606-607

Free living nematodes from fresh waters of Russia. Svobodno zhivushchie nematody presnykh vod Rossii: 152 pp.

Free living nematodes from fresh waters of Russia and adjacent areas. Svobodno zhivushchie nematody presnykh vod Rossii i sopredel' nykh stran: 352 pp.

Free living nematodes of the Trichodoridae family: a review. Gewasbescherming 23(2): 27-32

Free magnesium levels in normal human brain and brain tumors: 31P chemical-shift imaging measurements at 1.5 T. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 88(15): 6810-6814

Free market economy and its effects on agricultural policy and on the agricultural sector in Turkey. Ege Universitesi Ziraat Fakultesi Dergisi 28(2/3): 187-201

Free microvascular transplantation of the trapezius musculocutaneous flap in dogs. Veterinary Surgery 21(6): 435-440

Free polyamines evolution in relation to carbohydrate sources and somatic embryogenesis in a Cichorium hybrid. Comptes Rendus de l'Academie des Sciences Serie III Sciences de la Vie 316(3): 299-305

Free polyamines in Cicer arietinum seeds during the onset of germination. Phytochemistry 31(7): 2283-2287

Free radical activity in acute illness in the elderly. Age and Nutrition 1(3): 162-165

Free radical content and ascorbic acid metabolism of sorghum during reproductive differentiation. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 34(3): 278-281

Free radical oxidation products in plasma and synovial fluid of horses with synovial inflammation. Australian Veterinary Journal 70(2): 49-55

Free radical reductive degradation of vic-dibromoalkanes and reaction of bromine atoms with polyunsaturated fatty acids: possible involvement of Br(.) in the 1,2-dibromoethane-induced lipid peroxidation. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 305(1): 132-140

Free radical scavenger and antihepatotoxic activity of Rosmarinus tomentosus. Planta Medica 59(4): 312-314

Free radical scavenging action and superoxide dismutase-like activity of rice bran. Medical Science Research 20(22): 827-828

Free radicals and antioxidant strategies in sports. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry 5(8): 370-381

Free radicals and antioxidants in multiple-organ failure. Packer, L [Editor], Fuchs, J [Editor] Vitamin E in health and disease 577-580

Free radicals and cardiovascular disease. Saudi Medical Journal 12(2): 84-90

Free radicals and food additives.

Free radicals and heavy metal tolerance. Ecological responses to environmental stresses: 22-30

Free radicals in parasitic infection. Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne 38(1-2): 17-22

Free radicals, antioxidants, and human disease: where are we now?. Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 119(6): 598-620

Free radicals, lipid peroxidation and human disease. Trace elements in health and disease: 201-208

Free radicals, oxidative stress and antioxidant vitamins. Comptes Rendus des Seances de la Societe de Biologie et de Ses Filiales 187(3): 277-285

Free segmental paw pad grafts in dogs. American Journal of Veterinary Research 54(12): 2161-2170

Free stall base and bedding materials: effect on cow comfort. Dairy systems for the 21st century Proceedings of the third international dairy housing conference held in Orlando, Florida, USA, 2-5 February 1994: 159-164

Free sugars in root-knot nematode susceptible and resistant cotton plant roots and leaves. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 42(2): 366-368

Free time in the cultural process. Tiempo Libre 7(2): 26-32

Free time, this unknown quantity. Futuribles ( 165-166): 227-237

Free trade and environmental economics. Agriculture and Human Values 11(1): 47-54

Free trade and protection of the environment: is the GATT in need of reform?. Intereconomics 27(4): 165-173

Free trade gives environmentalists hope, trouble. Feedstuffs 64(43): 22-23, 29

Free trade impacts on US Mexican meat trade. Agribusiness New York 9(2): 159-173

Free trade versus supply control: the case of the European Community. Improving agricultural trade performance under the GATT: 104-121

Free trade versus sustainable agriculture: the implications of NAFTA. Ecologist 22(5): 221-227

Free trade will improve Asian economies, boost trade. Feedstuffs 64(43): 18-21, 29

Free trade, constitutional reform and the Mexican peasant movement. Debate Agrario Lima ( 15): 125-143

Free trade, foreign aid and sustainable development. Working Paper Institute of Rural Management Anand ( 41): 17pp.

Free trade, internationalization and the strengthening of farmers' associations. Revista Nacional de Agricultura Bogota ( 900): 44-53

Free transverse oscillations of a skyline. Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Lesnoi Zhurnal ( 5): 35-40

Free-feeding and free-drinking patterns of male rats following treatment with opiate kappa agonists. Physiology & Behavior 52(6): 1179-1185

Free-flow water permeability of central Siberian soils. Eurasian Soil Science 24(4): 98-105

Free-living Nematoda in the Hungarian fauna. Allattani Kozlemenyek 76: 17-38

Free-living amebas: infection of the central nervous system. Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine, New York 60(4): 271-278

Free-living amoebae in Egypt. 1. Naegleria gruberi and Naegleria fowleri. Journal of the Egyptian Society of Parasitology 21(1): 31-42

Free-living and symbiotic Plathelminthes. Free living and symbiotic Plathelminthes: xviii + 529 pp.

Free-living nematode associations in Pool 19, Mississippi River. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 7(3): 243-250

Free-living nematodes from fresh waters in Russia and adjacent countries. Russian Journal of Nematology 1(2): 135

Free-living nematodes of the family Nordiidae (Dorylaimida). Free living nematodes of the family Nordiidae Dorylaimida: 104 pp.

Free-living protozoa as a component of soil biota. Eurasian Soil Science 24(3): 1-16

Free-living, dispersing forms of trypanosomatids from aquatic insects. Parazitologiya 27(4): 296-300

Free-ranging cattle water consumption in southcentral New Mexico. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 39(1): 29-38

Free-solution capillary electrophoresis of tryptic digest fragments of a recombinant porcine pro-growth hormone releasing hormone (2-76)OH. Journal of Liquid Chromatography 17(9): 1899-1916

Freedom of choice. Principles and practice. Your food: whose choice?: 135-156

Freeflow sunshine. World Water and Environmental Engineer ( 3/4): 26

Freesia leaf necrosis, a new disease of Freesia refracta in Egypt. Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor 1993?; 28(1): 401-411

Freestall designs with cow comfort in mind. Dairy systems for the 21st century Proceedings of the third international dairy housing conference held in Orlando, Florida, USA, 2-5 February 1994: 145-158

Freezability of buffalo spermatozoa as affected by method and temperature of glycerolisation. Indian Journal of Dairy Science 45(9): 488-490

Freezability, fertility and spermatozoan losses in Surti buffalo bulls. Indian Journal of Animal Research 24(1): 39-43

Freeze concentration of skim milk. Journal of Food Engineering 20(2): 101-120

Freeze concentration: an attractive alternative. International Sugar Journal 95(1137): 349-352, 354-355

Freeze damage and coldhardiness in olive: findings from the 1990 freeze. California Agriculture 47(1, Special section): 12 pp.

Freeze damage sustained by 27 citrus cultivars on 21 rootstocks in the budwood foundation grove, Immokalee. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1991; 103: 64-67

Freeze dried cheese and popcorn product. United States Patent (US 5 208 055): 5 pp.

Freeze preservation of capsicum pollen (Capsicum annuum L.) in liquid nitrogen (-196 degrees C) for 42 months - effect on viability and fertility. Plant Cell Incompatibility Newsletter ( 23): 1-4

Freeze survival survey of 21 palm species in New Orleans and vicinity. HortTechnology 2(4): 460-465

Freeze-concentration opens new product opportunities. Chilton' s Food Engineering 65(3): 50, 52

Freeze-dried cultures. Dairy Foods 93(9): 100, 102

Freeze-dried direct starter cultures for the production of set yoghurt. Deutsche Milchwirtschaft 45(9): 408-411

Freeze-dried mixed cultures as reference samples in quantitative and qualitative microbiological examinations of food. Journal of Applied Bacteriology 74(2): 143-148

Freeze-fracture studies of Cryptosporidium muris. Journal of Protozoology 38(6): 171s-172s

Freeze-fracture study of the site of attachment of Cryptosporidium muris in gastric glands. Journal of Protozoology, 395: 539-544

Freeze-Induced Membrane Ultrastructural Alterations in Rye (Secale cereale) Leaves. Plant Physiology 101(3): 955-963

Freeze-preservation of Catharanthus protoplasts at liquid nitrogen temperature. Comparison with cells. Cryo letters 13(3): 149-158

Freeze-preservation of embryogenic Musa suspension cultures. Conservation of plant genes: DNA banking and in vitro biotechnology: 183-195

Freeze-thaw activity and some of its geomorphic implications in the Abisko Mountains, Swedish Lappland. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 4(1): 37-47

Freeze-thaw and winter temperature of agricultural soils in interior Alaska. Cold Regions Science and Technology 22(1): 105-111

Freezer for ice cream. Molochnaya i Myasnaya Promyshlennost' ( 1): 19-20

Freezer improves capacity, quality. Dairy Foods 94(2): 42-43

Freezers and freezing. Ice Cream and Frozen Confectionery 44(7): 284-287

Freezing and concentration of milk products. Molochnaya i Myasnaya Promyshlennost' ( 6): 42-43

Freezing and ice tolerance tests for winter brassica. Journal of the American Society of Agronomy 84(6): 960-962

Freezing and its effect on chemical and biological properties of soil. Stewart, B A (Ed ) Advances in Soil Science, Vol 18 Ix+309p Springer-Verlag New York, Inc : New York, New York, Usa; Berlin, Germany Illus Maps 59-79

Freezing behavior of Prunus, subgenus Padus, flower buds. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 117(6): 955-960

Freezing buck semen diluted in amine-organic buffers. Animal Production 56(3): 387-391

Freezing effects on aggregate stability of soils amended with lime and gypsum. Catena, Supplement ( 24): 115-127

Freezing events in flowers of Ribes nigrum L. revealed by NMR microimaging. Journal of Horticultural Science 68(6): 919-924

Freezing events within overwintering buds of blackcurrant (Ribes nigrum L.). Annals of Botany 72(6): 613-617

Freezing injury to ovules, pollen and seeds in winter rape. Journal of Experimental Botany 45(277): 1177-1181

Freezing kinetics characteristics of saline soils. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 4(4): 311-325

Freezing mulch for conservation tillage in sugarbeet production. III Financial aspects. Landwirtschaft Schweiz 3(3): 113-117

Freezing of a clayey silt contaminated with an organic solvent. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 8(3-4): 335-355

Freezing of bull semen in Lithuanian straws. Gyvulininkyste Mokslo Darbai 25: 23-37, 145

Freezing of embryos: early vs late stages. Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics 10(3): 179-181

Freezing of mouse and cattle embryos using methanol as a cryoprotectant. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 25(1): 9-13

Freezing of water in hardboard: absence of changes in mechanical properties. Wood and Fiber Science 24(3): 252-259

Freezing of zebu embryos. Development and viability. Anais, X Congresso Brasileiro de Reproducao Animal, Belo Horizonte, Brasil, 05 a 09 de julho de 1993 Vol II: 125-130

Freezing point of milk - evaluation and interpretation. DMZ, Lebensmittelindustrie und Milchwirtschaft 115(8): 376-383

Freezing preservation of dormant buds and callus of Populus koreana x P. nigra var. italica. Research Report of the Institute of Forest Genetics ( 25): 142-148

Freezing process and strength of frozen wood particle aggregates. Uppsatser och Resultat Institutionen for Skogsteknik, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet ( 138): vi + 43 pp.

Freezing process of wood particle aggregates. Uppsatser och Resultat Institutionen for Skogsteknik, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet ( 136): v + 89 pp.

Freezing qualities of Cheddar-type cheeses containing varied percentages of fat, moisture, and salt. Journal of dairy science 77(7): 1771-1782

Freezing resistance of progeny from open-pollinated pummelo x trifoliate orange citrus hybrids. Hortscience 28(11): 1120-1121

Freezing semen and AI in the bactrian camel (Camelus bactrianus). Etudes et Syntheses de l' IEMVT ( 41): 285-291

Freezing spermatozoa and embryos as a way of preserving genetic variability in livestock populations. Sbornik Akademie Zemedelskych Ved CSFR ( 159): 103-105

Freezing stress tolerance of hardy and tender families of loblolly pine. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23(9): 1892-1899

Freezing survival of 'Illini Hardy' blackberry floral tissues before and after budbreak. Fruit Varieties Journal 47(3): 146-152

Freezing tolerance and biochemical changes in wheat shoots as affected by H2S fumigation. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry Paris 30(1): 47-55

Freezing tolerance and solute changes in contrasting genotypes of Lolium perenne L. acclimated to cold and drought. Annals of Botany 72(3): 249-254

Freezing tolerance in some Antarctic nematodes. Functional Ecology 7(5): 578-584

Freezing tolerance in the goldenrod gall fly (Eurosta solidaginis). Insects at low temperatures: 260-275

Freezing tolerance of avocado leaves. Hortscience 27(4): 341-343

Freezing tolerance of several Diospyros species and kaki cultivars as related to anthocyanin formation. Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science 61(4): 795-804

Freezing tolerance of three St. Augustinegrass cultivars as affected by stolon carbohydrate and water content. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 119(3): 473-476

Freezing-resistant oil-and-fat feedstock, method for producing said feedstock and frozen food containing said feedstock. European Patent Application (EP 0 577 371 A2): 9 pp.

Fremontias - California's finest shrubs ?. Plantsman 14(1): 41-44

French Triticeae mapping initiative. Progress in genome mapping of wheat and related species: Proceedings of the 3rd Public Workshop of the International Triticeae Mapping Initiative, 22-26 September 1992, CIMMYT, Mexico: 80-81

French agriculture. Chambres d' Agriculture ( 803, Supplement): 56pp.

French agriculture. Chambres d' Agriculture ( 814, Supplement): 52pp.

French agriculture. Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England 151: 82-95

French agriculture after GATT. Economie and Finances Agricoles ( 276): 14-44

French bean. Amelioration des especes vegetales cultivees: objectifs et criteres de selection: 392-405, 471-472

French bean as inoculum source for damping-off of tobacco. Indian Phytopathology 45(1): 124-126

French beans of the flageolet type. Varieties. Report of trials 1992. Flageolets Varietes Compte rendu des essais 1992: 29 pp.

French experience of irrigation based on regulated water deficit. Rivista di Frutticoltura e di Ortofloricoltura 54(6): 49-54

French experience with the ploughing-in of banded N fertilizer at sowing. Experimental results and estimates of the absolute utilization coefficient using 15N. 54th Winter Congress of the International Institute for Sugar Beet Research Proceedings of a conference held in Brussels, Belgium, 20-21 February 1991: 319-346

French farm and food products on external markets since 1970. Cahiers d' Economie et Sociologie Rurales ( 27): 76-94

French farm incomes forecast down 6%. Agra Europe British edition ( 1520): N/1-N/2

French hybrid as a rich source for Canadian viticulture: Vidal and its ice wine. Progres Agricole et Viticole 111(2): 46

French landscape and European agricultural policies. Science of the Total Environment 129(1/2): 95-106

French legislation on pesticide residues in food products. Difesa delle Piante 15(1-2): 77-88

French lessons. Dairy Foods 94(1): 46-48, 50, 52

French marigold (Tagetes patula): a new experimental host of citrus exocortis viroid. Plant Disease 77(9): 953

French market trends for salmon and trout. Comptes Rendue de l' Academie d' Agriculture de France 78(2): 6-16

French mosquito populations invaded by A2-B2 esterases causing insecticide resistance. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 49(3): 249-255

French plant protection: a historical review. La phytopharmacie francaise: chronique historique: 279 pp.

French research into forest decline. DEFORPA Programme. 2nd report. French research into forest decline DEFORPA Programme 2nd report: 120 pp.

Frequencies of Borrelia burgdorferi-reactive T lymphocytes in Lyme arthritis. Rheumatology International 9(3-5): 237-241

Frequencies of alleles and genotypes of domestic pigs in relation to selection for resistance to atrophic rhinitis. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya ( 6): 25-31

Frequencies of chromosomal aberrations in pesticide sprayers working in plastic green houses. Mutation Research 279(2): 145-148

Frequencies of oral pathologies in a sample of 767 non-human primates. Primates 35(2): 225-230

Frequency analyses of active NORs in nuclei of artificially induced triploid fishes. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 85(1): 68-72

Frequency and causes of training failure and rejection of racehorses. Tierarztliche Umschau 47(7): 486, 488-490

Frequency and cellulolytic activity of seed-borne Fusarium species isolated from Saudi Arabian cereal cultivars. Zeitschrift fuer Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 100(3): 291-298

Frequency and distance of pollen dispersal from transgenic oilseed rape (Brassica napus). Transgenic Research 2(6): 356-364

Frequency and distribution of medial and lateral patellar luxation in dogs: 124 cases (1982-1992). Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 205(5): 716-720

Frequency and distribution of polygyne fire ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Florida. Florida Entomologist, 752: 248-257

Frequency and distribution of wood rays. IAWA Bulletin 13(3): 262-263

Frequency and precision of body condition scoring in dairy cattle. Journal of Dairy Science 77(6): 1543-1547

Frequency and range of chlorophyll mutations in barley following establishment of nuclear capture doses under treatment with thermal neutrons. Tsitologiya i Genetika 26(3): 25-32

Frequency and regression analysis. Drainage principles and applications (Ed. 2): 175-223

Frequency and spectrum of mutations induced by separate and simultaneous application of gamma rays and ethyl methane sulphonate (EMS) in two microsperma varieties of lentil. Lens 19(1): 3-8

Frequency and types of tumours in horses detected during a 62-year period (1929-1990). Veterinarski Arhiv 63(3): 115-123

Frequency and use of medications in horses racing at Prairie Meadows. Iowa State University Veterinarian 56(1): 15-18

Frequency as a releaser in the courtship song of two crickets, Gryllus bimaculatus (de Geer) and Teleogryllus oceanicus: a neuroethological analysis. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology 174(4): 485-494

Frequency characteristics of the tympanal organs and spectrum of the sound communication signals of the singing cicadas (Homoptera, Cicadidae) of the Praskoveiskaya Valley. Contribution to the problem of the matching of sound production and sound reception. Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 70(2): 281-296

Frequency domain inspection of corn kernel stress-cracks. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 92-7018): 13 pp.

Frequency domain tree-ring standardization. Forest science 39(1): 55-65

Frequency map of monthly reference crop evapotranspiration (ETo) in the coastal plains of southern Italy. Irrigazione e Drenaggio 41(1): 5-97

Frequency of (n-3) polyunsaturated fatty acid consumption induces alterations in tissue lipid composition and eicosanoid synthesis in CD-1 mice. Journal of Nutrition 124(7): 1104-1111

Frequency of 2n pollen in diploid hybrids between Solanum phureja Juz. & Buk. and Solanum chacoense Bitt. Potato Research 35(2): 161-172

Frequency of Borrelia burgdorferi, the agent of Lyme disease, in nymphal stages of Ixodes ricinus (Acari: Ixodidae) in forests of central France. Bulletin de la Societe Francaise de Parasitologie 11(1): 163-168

Frequency of Candida species isolated from 93 patients with AIDS. Revista Iberoamericana de Micologia 10(3): 66-68

Frequency of Cryptosporidium in suckling dairy calves. Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinaria e Zootecnia 45(2): 193-198

Frequency of Dirofilaria immitis and Spirocerca lupi in domestic dogs, at the Pathology Service of the School of Veterinary Medicine, Heredia, Costa Rica. Ciencias Veterinarias Heredia 11(2-3): 23-25

Frequency of Fasciola hepatica in bullfight farms in the state of Tlaxcala, Mexico. Veterinaria Mexico 24(3): 235-237

Frequency of MUG negative Escherichia coli in Kentucky groundwater samples. Journal of Environmental Quality 23(1): 126-129

Frequency of Streptococcus suis serotypes isolated from pigs in northern Italy. Atti del XXI Meeting Annuale della Societa Italiana di Patologia ed Allevamento dei Suini, Montichiari BS 3-4 Marzo 1994: 143-149

Frequency of antibodies to Toxoplasma gondii in Brazilian pigs of the Piau breed. Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinaria e Zootecnia 44(1): 69-71

Frequency of antibodies to Toxoplasma gondii in dogs from Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais. Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinaria e Zootecnia 44(1): 67-68

Frequency of big pollen occurrence in natural populations of Lotus tenuis Wald. et Kit. Proceedings of the workshop: Gametes with somatic chromosome number in the evolution and breeding of polyploid polysomic species: achievements and perspectives, Perugia, Italy, 9-10 April 1992: 51-53

Frequency of binge eating in bulimic patients: diagnostic validity. International Journal of Eating Disorders 10(5): 557-561

Frequency of bovine mastitis in relation to the use of mastitis control methods. Biopharm 4(1/2): 31-38

Frequency of chromosomal aberrations and sister chromatid exchanges in brucella positive crossbred milch cows. Indian Journal of Dairy Science 46(2): 82-84

Frequency of cross-fertilization in the human malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum. Parasitology 107: 11-18

Frequency of cultivation and pendimethalin application as weed control on soybean monoculture and intercropped with corn. Weedwatcher ( 23): 4-5

Frequency of disomic addition lines of Agropyron ciliare chromosomes obtained in backcross generations of an amphiploid, A. ciliare x wheat. Scientific Reports of the Faculty of Agriculture, Okayama University ( 81): 9-18

Frequency of drug resistance in Vibrio spp. in Japan. Letters in Applied Microbiology 16(1): 28-31

Frequency of electrocardiographical irregularities in apparently healthy people who tested positive for toxoplasmosis. Boletin Chileno de Parasitologia 48(1/2): 3-8

Frequency of extremes and its relation to climate fluctuations. Nordic Hydrology 24(1): 1-12

Frequency of factors and markers of virulence and antibiotic resistance in Escherichia coli isolated from newborn calves with diarrhoea in Algeria. Preliminary study (1988-89). ATTI della Federazione Mediterranea Sanita e Produzione Ruminanti 1: 247-255

Frequency of fascioliasis in cattle slaughtered at federal inspection abattoirs in Mexico during 1979-1987. Veterinaria Mexico 23: 339-342

Frequency of fascioliasis using four diagnostic techniques in bulls killed in the Plaza Mexico. Veterinaria Mexico 24(3): 239-241

Frequency of feeding, weight reduction and energy metabolism. International Journal of Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders 17(1): 31-36

Frequency of gastrointestinal, pulmonary and liver parasites in sheep in Magdalena Soltepec, Tlaxcala, Mexico. Veterinaria Mexico 24(3): 195-198

Frequency of grains with multiple seeds and sprouts in three multiple pistillate rice strains. Crop Genetic Resources ( 2): 15-16

Frequency of immunoglobulin E class switching is autonomously determined and independent of prior switching to other classes. Journal of Experimental Medicine 179(6): 2023-2026

Frequency of infection by intestinal parasites in school-children from Santiago, Chile, 1988-1989. Boletin Chileno de Parasitologia 44(3/4): 89-91

Frequency of iron application influences bermudagrass tolerance to herbicides. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 10(4): 228-231

Frequency of isolation of Cryptosporidium oocysts in Ethiopian children with acute diarrhoeal disease. East African Medical Journal 69(6): 314-315

Frequency of isolation of Yersinia enterocolitica from livestock in Trinidad. Veterinary Record 131(22): 516-516

Frequency of major pediatric illnesses hospitalized in Taiwan. Zhonghua Minguo Xiao Er Ke Yi Xue Hui Za Zhi Zhonghua Minguo Xiao Er Ke Yi Xue Hui 35(1): 12-18

Frequency of mowing and plant growth regulators to suppress common bermudagrass. Journal of Turfgrass Management 1(1): 61-71

Frequency of occurrence of physiological races of Erysiphe graminis f.sp. tritici in Srem. Savremena Poljoprivreda 39(2): 57-62

Frequency of pathogenic Escherichia coli in drinking and bathing water samples. FACHGRUPPE WASSERCHEMIE IN DER GESELLSCHAFT DEUTSCHER CHEMIKER [Editor] [Water] Vom Wasser : 65-72

Frequency of seedlings from natural self-fertilization in Pacific Northwest Ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa Dougl. ex Laws.). Silvae Genetica 43(2/3): 100-108

Frequency of sister chromatid exchange in peripheral lymphocytes of male pesticide applicators. Environmental & Molecular Mutagenesis 18(2): 136-138

Frequency of spontaneous chromosome aberrations in maize and onion seeds differing in age. Soobshcheniya Akademii Nauk Gruzii 142(3): 593-596

Frequency of spring sward defoliation and white clover (Trifolium repens L.) growth. Zbornik Biotehniske Fakultete Univerze Edvarda Kardelja v Ljubljani, Kmetijstvo ( 57): 59-65

Frequency of trypanosomosis and gastrointestinal parasites in draught donkeys in The Gambia in relation to animal husbandry. Tropical Animal Health and Production 26(2): 102-108

Frequency of urea dosing for beef steers fed low protein hay. Journal of Animal Science 70(SUPPL 1): 306

Frequency of zygotic seedlings from five polyembryonic mango rootstocks. Hortscience 27(2): 174-176

Frequency of zygotic seedlings from polyembryonic mango rootstocks. Journal of the Southern African Society for Horticultural Sciences 3(2): 106-107

Frequency-dependent food selection by arthropods: a review. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. February; 482: 167-186

Frequency-dependent selection and adaptive surfaces for floral character combinations: the pollination of Polemonium viscosum. American Naturalist, 1386: 1342-1353

Frequent amplification of a short chain dehydrogenase gene as part of circular and linear amplicons in methotrexate resistant Leishmania. Nucleic Acids Research 21(18): 4305-4312

Frequent blood sampling changes the plasma concentration of LH and FSH and the ovulation rate in Merino ewes. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 99(2): 689-694

Frequent flyer programmes (FFPs). Travel and Tourism Analyst ( 3): 5-19

Frequent loss of the En transposable element after excision and its relation to chromosome replication in maize (Zea mays L.). Genetics 136(2): 653-671

Frequent occurrence of haemorrhages in mesenteric lymph nodes of cattle. Fleischwirtschaft 74(5): 554-557

Fresh acid-curd cheese varieties. Cheese: chemistry, physics and microbiology Volume 2 Major cheese groups (Ed. 2): 363-419

Fresh and dry weights of Mononychellus tanajoa (Acari: Tetranychidae): a functional description of biomass accumulation. Experimental and Applied Acarology 17(10): 775-779

Fresh and saline water irrigation through drip and furrow method. International Journal of Tropical Agriculture 9(3): 194-202

Fresh cheese curds are safe and squeaky!. Modern Dairy 72(1): 17

Fresh cream for ice cream. Zucker und Susswaren Wirtschaft 45(9): 320-323

Fresh cut flowers: a study of the market in Hong Kong. Fresh cut flowers: a study of the market in Hong Kong: iv + 15 pp.

Fresh cut flowers: a study of the market in Japan. Fresh cut flowers: a study of the market in Japan: iv + 17 pp.

Fresh focus. Dairy Field 175(7): 24...32

Fresh fruit and vegetable procurement dynamics: the role of the supermarket buyer. Research Bulletin, Department of Agricultural, Resource, and Managerial Economics, Cornell University ( 94-01): 76pp.

Fresh fruit trade between the EU and Eastern and Central European countries. Infos Paris ( 99): 17-21

Fresh milk from a dispenser at the grocer's. Osterreichische Milchwirtschaft 46(18): 8-9

Fresh nectarine quality and methyl bromide residues after in-package quarantine treatments. Hortscience 27(12): 1288-1291

Fresh news on Euvarroa. Bee World 74(1): 44-45

Fresh products: the French approach. Dairy Industries International 58(6): 25-26

Fresh red meat packaging and meat quality. 39th International Congress of Meat Science and Technology, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, August 1-6, 1993: review papers and abstracts: 361-387

Fresh soft cheese produced using concentrated starter culture. Mljekarstvo 42(4): 281-289

Fresh soft white cheese (Domiati-type) from camel milk: composition, yield, and sensory evaluation. Journal of Dairy Science 76(10): 2845-2855

Fresh storage of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) semen using a non-aqueous medium. Aquaculture 109(1): 71-82

Fresh water is a must: the importance of fresh water for agriculture in the Province of Zeeland. How an estuary changed into a freshwater lake: the water management of Lake Volkerak/Zoom Technical Meeting 50, Roosendaal, Netherlands, 4 June 1992: 111-116

Fresh waters. Ambio 22(5): 257-337

Fresh weight yield of various lucerne cultivars in relation to quality. Vedecke Prace Vyskumneho Ustavu, Rastlinnej Vyroby v Piest' anoch ( 25): 88-95

Fresh-cut culinary herb trials 1989-1991. Bulletin Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station ( 904): 8 pp.

Fresh-market link alters Mexico's competitiveness in processed tomatoes. FoodReview 16(1): 25-29

Freshen up your doorstep delivery. Milk Industry London 96(2): 14-17, 19

Freshness of fish for fish meal - effect on growth of salmon. Fish nutrition in practice: 4th international symposium on fish nutrition and feeding Biarritz, France, June 24-27, 1991: 843-846

Freshwater aquaculture: the responsibilities of a European leader. Comptes Rendue de l' Academie d' Agriculture de France 78(2): 26-34

Freshwater community responses to mixtures of agricultural pesticides: effects of atrazine and bifenthrin. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. April; 124: 627-637

Freshwater crayfish. Rechnye raki: 144 pp.

Freshwater crayfish aquaculture in North America, Europe, and Australia: families Astacidae, Cambaridae, and Parastacidae. Freshwater crayfish aquaculture in North America, Europe, and Australia: families Astacidae, Cambaridae, and Parastacidae: xvii + 312 pp.

Freshwater fish as a source of omega -3 polyunsaturated fatty acids and their application to human nutrition. Fish nutrition in practice: 4th international symposium on fish nutrition and feeding Biarritz, France, June 24-27, 1991: 469-474

Freshwater fish-farming: the tilapia. Pisciculture en eau douce: le tilapia: 125 pp.

Freshwater molluscs from Alto Araguaia area (Brazil). Revista de Saude Publica 25(3): 179-183

Freshwater nematodes of the genera Thornenema and Mesodorylaimus from the Kruger National Park with a diagnostic species compendium for South African species of the genus Mesodorylaimus (Nematoda: Dorylaimida). Koedoe, 351: 25-42

Freshwater snails of East Caprivi and the lower Okavango River Basin in Namibia and Botswana. Hydrobiologia. october 16; 2461: 9-40

Friction and rolling coefficients of oranges and citrons. Memoria del III congreso nacional [Proceedings of the III national congress] Held in Queretaro, Mexico, 13-15 October, 1993: A113-A117

Friction coefficient as a guide to optimum rake angle in wood machining. Wood science and technology5(5): 397-401

Friction force reversal in a model grain bin during emptying. International Agrophysics 6(3-4): 167-171

Frictional resistance of overland flow on tropical turfed slope. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering New York 118(1): 92-93

Frictional transition of pesticides from protective clothing. Archives of Environmental Contamination & Toxicology 25(2): 279-284

Friedelane triterpenoids from Peritassa compta: complete 1H and 13C assignments by 2D NMR spectroscopy. Journal of Natural Products 55(11): 1626-1630

Friedelanes and triterpenoid quinone methides from Hippocratea excelsa. Planta Medica 57(2): 194-195

Friedman two-way ANOVA test by ranks for comparing treatment effects in case of incomplete block designs. Banko Janakari 3(4): 31-33

Friendly faces. Leisure Opportunities ( 127): 38-40

Friluftsliv - outdoor nature life as a method to change attitudes. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership 10(3): 12-15

Frit fly in oats - results from forecasting investigations. 34th Swedish Crop Protection Conference, Uppsala 27-28 January 1993: pests and diseases: 203-209

From 'green hell' to 'green' hell: Amazonia and the sustainability thesis. Occasional Paper Latin American Studies, University of Glasgow ( 57): 21pp.

From 'old' rurality to 'new'. Sociologija Sela 31(121/122): 173-182

From ABAG to OBAG - the isoerosion map of Austria. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft ( 68): 157-160

From Angstrom to the kilometre scale. Boden 1(4): 164-167

From Ba Kelalan to Bario. Sarawak Gazette 129(1522): 45-47

From Candida to Torulopsis: funguria in long-term stay patients under the pressure of fluconazole use. Infectious Diseases Newsletter 12(2): 13-15

From EC convergence to the cohesion of national policies: financing socio-structural policies in the EC. Economie Rurale ( 220/221): 197-202

From Governor Phillip to Captain Collins - the evolution of rural research funding in Australia. Agricultural Science 7(3): 26-30

From Johns Island to Palm Springs: an analysis of the golf-real estate connection. Sport Places 6(2): 3-19

From Magali to Citrus or from the apple to the orange. Arboriculture Fruitiere ( 454): 38-39

From Marx to market. OECD Observer ( 182): 11-13

From Ynchic (Mani) to peanut butter and beyond: appropriate information transfer for the year 2000. Groundnut a global perspective Proceedings of an international workshop, 25-29 November 1991, ICRISAT Center: 225-231

From a controlled economy to a market economy: the case of the Czechoslovak agri-food sector. Notes et Documents Economie et Sociologie Rurales/Montpellier, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique ( 101): 41pp. + app.

From a deficit state to a surplus state in Eucalyptus timber, Punjab (India). Fast growing trees and nitrogen fixing trees: international conference Marburg, October 8th-12th, 1989: 82-91

From a population model to a landscape model - new challenges and ways of using models in agricultural landscape research. Zeitschrift fur Agrarinformatik 1(1): 19-25

From a population model to a landscape model - new challenges and ways to use models in agricultural landscape research. Berichte der Gesellschaft fur Informatik in der Land , Forst und Ernahrungswirtschaft ( 3): 209-212

From a successful sector to a stabilizing branch?. Gazdalkodas 36(2): 1-12

From adjustment to development in Africa: conflict, controversy, convergence, consensus?. From adjustment to development in Africa: conflict, controversy, convergence, consensus?: xxiv + 417 pp.

From agricultural development to rural development: the case of semi-arid areas in Tunisia. Economie Rurale ( 213): 18-23

From agricultural extension to rural information management. Journal of Extension Systems 9(1): 92-116

From agricultural growth to stagnation: the case of the Ngwa, Nigeria, 1900-1980. Population growth and agricultural change in Africa: 302-323

From agriculture to the environment. Symposium held in Nantes, France on 26, 27 and 28 February 1992. Parts 1 and 2. Revue de Droit Rural Paris ( 203; 204): 197-231; 259-295

From agriculture to the environment: contracts, private initiatives. Revue de Droit Rural Paris ( 203): 215-227

From agro-pastoralism to mixed farming: the evolution of farming systems in Machakos, Kenya, 1930-1990. Network Paper Agricultural Administration Research and Extension Network ( 45): 35pp.

From ammonia research to legislation - a careful balance. Mestbehandeling op de boerderij: 9 pp.

From an industrialized agriculture to the family farm. Necessary adjustments to East German agriculture after 1990. Forderungsdienst 42(10): 289-296

From barefoot doctor to village doctor in rural China. World Bank Technical Paper ( 187): vii + 17pp.

From behaviour to control: the development of trap and target techniques for tsetse fly population management. Agricultural Zoology Reviews 4: 137-159

From biology and corrosion to biocorrosion. Oceanologica Acta 15(1): 87-94

From brigade to village community: the land tenure system and rural development in China. Cambridge Journal of Economics 17(4): 441-461

From bush tucker to beans. Rural Research1993; ( 157): 20-23

From calories to capacity building - the Grameen Bank approach to poverty alleviation. Reaching out effectively: improving the design, management and implementation of poverty alleviation programmes: 96-111

From camels to computers: the realities of increasing the flow of agricultural information in Pakistan's Northwest frontier. Quarterly Bulletin of IAALD 36(1/2): 105-109

From chemical control to integrated production. Infos Paris ( 85): 25-27

From cholesterol to lipoprotein particles: risk indicators and/or risk factors. Bulletin de l' Academie Nationale de Medecine 175(1): 51-65

From coach to athletic director: a leadership development program for women. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance 65(8): 62-64

From commodity to quality management in agriculture: the roles of computers and information technology. Computers in agriculture 1994 Proceedings of the 5th international conference held in Orlando, Florida, USA, 6-9 February 1994: 1-6

From communal farming to household production: the development of capitalism in rural southeastern France. Dissertation Abstracts International A, Humanities and Social Sciences 52(9): p.3329

From conservation biology to conservation practice: strategies for protecting plant diversity. Conservation biology: the theory and practice of nature conservation, preservation, and management: 397-431

From conservation to preservation: New Deal land utilization projects revisited. Progress in Rural Policy and Planning 3: 5-17

From consumer choice process to aggregate analysis: marketing insights for models of meat demand. Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 36(3): 233-248

From conventional plant breeding to molecular biology. Buxton, D R [Editor], Forsberg, R A [Editor], Blad, B L [Editor], Asay, H [Editor], Paulsen, G M [Editor], Wilson, R F [Editor] International crop science, I 533-537

From cowshed to animal house. 250 years of farm buildings. Specialmeddelande Institutionen for Lantbrukets Byggnadsteknik, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet ( 200): 119 pp.

From degradation to rehabilitation: a perspective on land management. Trees and Natural Resources 34(2): 3-6

From ecology to economics: the case against CO2 fertilization. Ecological Economics Amsterdam 8(2): 157-175

From egg to mite: Varroa jacobsoni. Deutsches Bienen Journal 1(6): 296-300

From empirical to scientifical judgement and utilization of peatlands. Telma 22: 283-291

From epidemiological diagnosis of mastitis to global diagnosis of milk quality. Mammites des vaches laitieres Paris, 18-19 decembre 1991: 6-16

From ethnic tradition to community institution: nineteenth-century cricket in small town Wisconsin and a note on the enigma of a sporting discontinuity. International Journal of the History of Sport 11(2): 281-283

From factories and tank cars to you: hazards of manufacturing and transporting pesticides. Journal of Pesticide Reform 13(2): 2-10

From family planning and maternal and child health to reproductive health. Focus on Gender 2(2): 6-12

From farm protectionism to new trends in rural development (internationalization and structural change). Revista de Estudios Agro Sociales ( 161): 281-309

From farm protectionism to the new rural development trends (strategies for the future). Revista de Estudios Agro Sociales ( 161): 311-322

From fasting saints to anorexic girls: the history of self-starvation. From fasting saints to anorexic girls: the history of self starvation: viii + 296 pp.

From feminist knowledge to data for development: the bureaucratic management of information on women. IDS Bulletin 25(2): 27-36

From fertility reduction to reproductive choice: gender perspectives on family planning. Discussion Paper Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex ( 299): 38pp.

From food security to food insecurity: the case of Iraq, 1990- 91. Geojournal 30(2): 185-194

From gallo pinto to Jack's Snacks: observations on dietary change in a rural Costa Rican village. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 27(3-4): 207-218

From good intentions to action: development of Third World marginal regions. The Sahel of West Africa. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift 47(1): 1-10

From growth reactions to growth models. Seminar No. 172. Nordisk Jordbrugsforskning 73(1): 1-18

From heath to forest: land-use transformation in Halland, Sweden. Ambio 22(8): 561-567

From heaven to earth: images and experiences of development in China. From heaven to earth: images and experiences of development in China: xviii + 317pp.

From high street to hypermarket. Food retailing in the 1990s. Your food: whose choice?: 95-115

From hunting to agriculture: evolution of landholding in central Benin (Savalou region). Cahiers de la Recherche Developpement ( 27): 18-31

From input to impact: participatory rural appraisal for ActionAid The Gambia. Report of a training and village studies held in Bansang, The Gambia from December 3-14, 1991. From input to impact: participatory rural appraisal for ActionAid The Gambia Report of a training and village studies held in Bansang, The Gambia from December 3-14, 1991: 182pp.

From insect vision to robot vision. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences 337(1281): 283-294

From kolkhoz to association. APK: Ekonomika, Upravlenie ( 3): 35-40

From leaf photosynthesis to crop productivity. Murata, N [Editor] Research in photosynthesis, Vol IV : 587-594

From lipophilia to lipophobia. Changing attitudes and behaviors towards fat: a socio-historical approach. Dietary fats: determinants of preference, selection and consumption: 103-115

From lysosomes into the cytosol: the intracellular pathway of Trypanosoma cruzi. Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research 27(2): 471-475

From market to hypermarket: food retailing in Britain. Ecologist 24(4): 124-129

From mass to 'responsible' tourism: the Turkish experience. Tourism Management 13(4): 377-386

From microspore to plant - a haploid method in barley. Sveriges Utsadesforenings Tidskrift 103(4): 198-207

From milk tank to table - every second day?. Dansk Veterinaertidsskrift 74(15): 586-588

From model to mimic: age-dependent unpalatability in monarch butterflies. Experientia (Basel). 15 February; 502: 176-181

From modernization to a new technological agenda: campesinos and technological change in Latin America. Non governmental organizations and the State in Latin America: rethinking roles in sustainable agricultural devlopment: 60-73

From nature to crop production. Buxton, D R [Editor], Forsberg, R A [Editor], Blad, B L [Editor], Asay, H [Editor], Paulsen, G M [Editor], Wilson, R F [Editor] International crop science, I 385-394

From niche to mainstream? (Workshop maps out CRF progress and prospects). Fertilizer International ( 322): 39-43

From obesity to diabetes. Pathophysiological considerations. International Journal of Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders 16(12): 937-952

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From peasant to peasant: about a group of poor peasants in Nicaragua, who develop an ecologically sound way of farming. From peasant to peasant: about a group of poor peasants in Nicaragua, who develop an ecologically sound way of farming: 64 pp.

From photophysics to photobiology. Proceedings of the 1st European Congress of Photobiology, Grenoble, France, 7-12 September 1986. From photophysics to photobiology Proceedings of the 1st European Congress of Photobiology, Grenoble, France, 7-12 September 1986: xiv + 488 pp.

From planning to evaluation: A systems approach to agricultural development projects. Report International Fund for Agricultural Development ( 0431): 80pp

From platform trailers to high-sided tippers. DLZ Die Landtechnische Zeitschrift 44(9): 82-91

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From protoplasts to plants with 17 potato diploid clones. Proceedings of the Joint Conference of the EAPR Breeding and Varietal Assessment Section and the EUCARPIA Potato Section, Landerneau, France, 12-17 January 1992: 99-100

From rags to riches: the impact of rural development on women's status in an Indian village. World Development Oxford 22(5): 707-719

From rapeseed to canola: the billion dollar success story. From rapeseed to canola: the billion dollar success story: 79 pp.

From red to green: Cuba forced to conserve due to economic crisis. Agriculture and Human Values 10(3): 31-34

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From saprophytic state to parasitic state, epidemiology of keratinophilic fungi isolated in France. Journal de Mycologie Medicale 4(2): 80-89

From science to innovation in order to feed man. Biofutur ( 120): 16-20

From sector to territory. Pour Paris ( 130/131): 21-28

From seed to improving varieties. Colture Protette 19(3): 43-47

From seed to plant: a report of experience from the forest nursery. Berichte der Eidgenossische Forschungsanstalt fur Wald, Schnee und Landschaft ( 333): 47 pp.

From skisport to skiing: one hundred years of an American sport, 1840-1940. From skisport to skiing: one hundred years of an American sport, 1840-1940: xiii + 229pp.

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From sports schools for children and young people to schools with a sport emphasis. Sportunterricht 42(9): 383-389

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From stick to carrot in the environment. OECD Observer ( 186): 23-27

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From student to master farmer - Morocco adjusts itself to the German dual system of vocational education. Entwicklung + Landlicher Raum 28(3): 28-31

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From the double-helix to novel approaches to the sequencing of large genomes. Gene 135(1/2): 279-290

From the experience of development to the development of experience: the case of silvopastoralism. Economie Rurale ( 213): 29-33

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From the field: shorter contributions from networkers. Network Paper Social Forestry Network ( 12g): ii + 16 pp.

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From the lab to the field. 3rd CEC Filariasis Network Meeting. Lisbon-IHMT, 4-7 September 1993. Parasite 1(Supplement 1): 1-64

From the laboratory to the home of the patient infected with Onchocerca volvulus (O.v): clinical experience with amocarzine (preliminary results). Parasite 1(Supplement 1): 25-27

From the mountains to the plains: the integration of the Lafofa Nuba into Sudanese society. From the mountains to the plains: the integration of the Lafofa Nuba into Sudanese society: 173pp.

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From the other side of the fence. Sport and Leisure 33(6): 22-23

From the outside looking in: experiences in 'barefoot economics'. From the outside looking in: experiences in ' barefoot economics' : 208pp.

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From the patient's viewpoint: the value of studying micro-level support systems in the development of rural health care. Journal of Contemporary African Studies 10(1): 2-18

From the peasant mentality to agricultural science. Agricoltura 41(239): 35-49

From the rural economics of Cuppari to the marginalist paradigm. Rivista di Economia Agraria 45(4): 573-609

From the small country farm to the modern family farming business. Rivista di Politica Agraria, Rassegna della Agricoltura Italiana 10(3): 3-13

From the strategies of the variety developer into the hands of the customer. Colture Protette 20(2): 61-64

From the wage worker to the small free farmer: what type of organization for agrarian reform experiments?. Cahiers des Sciences Humaines 28(3): 515-534

From theory to practice. Sport Science Review 3(1): 103-109

From tourist attractions to heritage tourism. From tourist attractions to heritage tourism: 253pp.

From trader to lender: interlinked contracts from a credit market perspective. Discussion Paper School of Economics, University of the Philippines ( 9303): 39 pp.

From tradition to modernity: which right for which varieties?. Reproductive biology and plant breeding: 419-432

From victuals to vaccines: food organisms burst forth. Biobulletin 14(1): 8-9

From wastelands to wetlands. Journal of Environmental Quality 23(5): 892-896

From weed control to regulation of green cover crops in maize. Revue Suisse d' Agriculture 26(1): 28-38

From weed to wealth? Prospects for medic pastures in the Mediterranean farming system of north-west Syria. Agricultural economics: the journal of the International Association of Agricultural Economists 11(1): 29-42

From whalebone to spandex: women and sports journalism in American magazines, photography and broadcasting. Women, media and sport: challenging gender values: 108-158

From white spots to stem cells: the role of the Kit receptor in mammalian development. Trends in Genetics 9(8): 285-290

From wilderness to gardens: Costus speciosus var. variegatus. Indian Horticulture 36(4): 4-5

From wooden ploughs to welfare: why Indian policy failed in the prairie provinces. From wooden ploughs to welfare: why Indian policy failed in the prairie provinces: 209 pp.

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From words to wheelbarrows: the Nukuroa Revolving Fund. From words to wheelbarrows: the Nukuroa Revolving Fund: v + 41pp.

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Frond-bud propagation of Asplenium nidus L. Journal of Horticultural Science 67(6): 813-815

Front wheel assist tractor performance modeling on coastal plain soils. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 92-1628): 27 pp.

Front-office staff selection techniques. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 5(4): 25-28

Frontal sinus mucocoele in a dog presenting with intermittent, profuse ocular discharge. Veterinary and Comparative Ophthalmology 4(1): 34-37

Frontier migration and upward mobility: the case of Nepal. Economic Development and Cultural Change 41(4): 787-816

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Frontiers in vector physiology. Host regulated developmental mechanisms in vector arthropods: Proceedings of the Third Symposium, Vero Beach, Florida, February 8-11, 1993: 90-99

Frontiers of nutrition and food security in Asia, Africa, and Latin America: a colloquium summation. Frontiers of nutrition and food security in Asia, Africa, and Latin America: papers and proceedings of a colloquium organized by the Smithsonian Institution and the International Life Sciences Institute North America: 95-99

Frontiers of shrimp research. Frontiers of shrimp research: vii + 294 pp.

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Frost damage to apple flower buds in spring 1990 and tree cropping. Prace z Zakresu Nauk Rolniczych 73: 123-131

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Frost hardening in white cedar container seedlings exposed to intermittent short days and cold temperatures. Forestry chronicle 67(5): 542-544

Frost hardiness of Asparagus officinalis L. HortScience: a ication of the American Society for Horticultural Science 27(7): 823-824

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Frost heave characteristics of a clayey silt subjected to small temperature gradients. Cold Regions Science and Technology 22(3): 299-210

Frost heave induced mechanics of buried pipelines. Journal of Geotechnical Engineering 119(12): 1929-1951

Frost injury prediction model for Douglas-fir seedlings families in the Pacific north west. Agricoltura Ricerca 15(146): 11-12

Frost injury prediction model for Douglas-fir seedlings in the Pacific Northwest. Tree Physiology 14(7_9): 855-869

Frost protection of ornamental plants in soilless nurseries. Le gel en agriculture; Seminaire de la Commission d' Agrometeorologie de l' INRA: 25-37

Frost protection using overhead sprinkler irrigation. International Water and Irrigation Review 14(1): 12-14

Frost resistance and water status of winter rape leaves as affected by differential shoot/root temperature. Physiologia Plantarum 89(4): 775-782

Frost resistance of potato plants in in vitro culture. Problemy teoreticheskoi i prikladnoi genetiki v Kazakhstane: Materialy Res ikanskoi konferentsii, Alma Ata, 18-22 noyabrya, 1990: 120-121

Frost resistance of tree roots. Forstarchiv 65(3): 93-95

Frost resistance of two-rowed winter barleys. Sbornik Vysoke Skoly Zemedelske v Praze, Fakulta Agronomicka Rada A, Rostlinna Vyroba (56): 87-92

Frost resistance of winter wheat as related to growing conditions. Russian Agricultural Sciences ( 7): 14-18

Frost resistance studies on Italian ryegrass, hybrid ryegrass and Festulolium hybrids. Bayerisches Landwirtschaftliches Jahrbuch 69(3): 357-373

Frost resistance testing on Malus hybrid rootstocks. Erwerbsobstbau 34(7): 194-197

Frost tolerance of a Leucaena diversifolia x Leucaena leucocephala hybrid in Queensland, Australia. Leucaena Research Reports 13: 3-5

Frost tolerance of maturing flax. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 73(1): 167-170

Frost, canker, and dieback of Douglas-fir in the central interior of British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23(3): 373-379

Frost-resistance and lipid composition of cold-hardened needles of Chilean conifers. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 31(10): 3419-3426

Frozen confection. UK Patent Application (GB 2 263 615 A): 13 pp.

Frozen dessert on the basis of fresh cheese. DMZ, Lebensmittelindustrie und Milchwirtschaft 111(24): 789-791

Frozen storage (-20 degrees C and -80 degrees C) of soybean Bradyrhizobium cell suspensions. Letters in Applied Microbiology 16(4): 196-198

Frozen yoghurt, an interesting niche product. Challengers come and go, but dairy ice cream is still here. Nordisk Mejeriinformation 20(11): 312

Frozen yoghurt. A study on viability of specific microbial flora. Industrie Alimentari 30(299): 1059-1061, 1065

Fructan and sugars in 273 oat accessions. Crop Science 33(3): 525-529

Fructan as a New Carbohydrate Sink in Transgenic Potato Plants. Plant Cell 6(4): 561-570

Fructan contents and dry matter deposition in different tissues of the wheat grain during development. Plant Cell & Environment 16(2): 179-187

Fructan Hydrolysis Drives Petal Expansion in the Ephemeral Daylily Flower. Plant Physiology 103(1): 213-219

Fructan metabolism in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Dissertation Abstracts International B, Sciences and Engineering 53(1): 5B

Fructan Synthesis in Excised Barley Leaves (Identification of Two Sucrose-Sucrose Fructosyltransferases Induced by Light and Their Separation from Constitutive Invertases). Plant Physiology 101(2): 459-468

Fructose - a naturally occurring sweetener. International Food Marketing and Technology 8(1): 14

Fructose 1,6-biphosphate aldolase in the sera of Simmental young bulls. Connection with fattening capacity, muscle quantity and protein content. Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics 110(5): 346-356

Fructose 2,6-bisphosphate levels in mature leaves of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum) and potato (Solanum tuberosum). Planta 193(1): 16-20

Fructose absorption. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 58(5 Suppl): 748s-753s

Fructose administration stimulates glucose phosphorylation in the livers of anesthetized rats. Faseb Journal 5(3): 326-330

Fructose and dietary thermogenesis. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 58(5 Suppl): 766s-770s

Fructose and insulin sensitivity in patients with type 2 diabetes. Journal of Internal Medicine 233(2): 145-153

Fructose and mineral metabolism. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 58(5 Suppl): 771s-778s

Fructose and related food carbohydrates. Sources, intake, absorption, and clinical implications. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 27(110): 819-828

Fructose breath hydrogen tests. Archives of Disease in Childhood 68(1): 136-138

Fructose in the diabetic diet. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 59(3 Suppl): 753s-757s

Fructose phosphorylation by Zymomonas mobilis glucokinase. Microbial Utilization of Renewable Resources 7: 116-119

Fructose syrups and sweetened beverages. United States Patent (US 5039346): 5 pp.

Fructose utilization by the human intestinal epithelial cell line, Caco-2. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 202(4): 440-446

Fructose versus glucose in the diet of rats lowers the apparent absorption of dietary iron from both ferrous and ferric sulphate. Journal of Animal Physiology & Animal Nutrition 71(1): 22-29

Fructosylation of ergot alkaloids by yeast invertase. Biotechnology Letters 14(9): 769-772

Frugivory and seed dispersal: ecological and evolutionary aspects. Vegetatio 107-108: xii + 392 pp.

Frugivory on Bursera microphylla (Burseraceae) by wintering gray vireos (Vireo vicinior, Vireonidae) in the coastal deserts of Sonora, Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist, 373: 252-258

Fruit abortion in Yucca elata and its implications for the mutualistic association with yucca moths. Oikos 69(2): 207-216

Fruit abscission and ethylene production of four blackberry cultivars (Rubus spp.). Annals of Applied Biology 123(1): 121-132

Fruit abscission and yield responses of pepper to treatments with growth regulators. Advances in Plant Sciences 4(2): 371-378

Fruit abscission in Acer saccharinum with reference to seed dispersal. Canadian Journal of Botany 70(11): 2277-2283

Fruit and berry varieties for the garden. Gron Viden, Havebrug ( 72): 16 pp.

Fruit and flavours for yogurt and fromage frais. Milk Industry London 95(8): 23-28

Fruit and seed development in subtropical peach cultivars of different ripening seasons. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 28(6): 701-707

Fruit and seed structure of Thryptomene calycina (Myrtaceae). Australian Journal of Botany 41(2): 183-193

Fruit and shoot development in apple as affected by temperature, light, humidity and a possible greenhouse effect in simulated latitudes. Acta Horticulturae ( 326): 65-71

Fruit and vegetable consumption in the home - trends 1987-1993. Infos Paris ( 100): 24-32

Fruit and vegetable consumption in the home - trends from 1987 to 1992. Infos Paris ( 91): 15-22

Fruit and vegetable consumption: national survey data. Micronutrients in health and in disease prevention: 409-436

Fruit and vegetable crop protection and adaptation of root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.). Comptes Rendus de l' Academie d' Agriculture de France 79(1): 71-77

Fruit and vegetable exports: new EC quality inspection rules. International Trade Forum ( 1): 22-25

Fruit and vegetable processing.

Fruit and vegetables - a very competitive sector. Economie et Finances Agricoles ( 266): 45-49

Fruit and vegetables: the future depends on distribution. Agricoltura 40(236): 72-87

Fruit and vegetables: the international market. Fruit and vegetables: the international market: 200pp.

Fruit and vegetative characteristics of endosperm-derived kiwifruit (Actinidia chinensis F) plants. Euphytica 71(1-2): 57-62

Fruit anthocyans of species of the genus Rosa. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 29(5): 683-684

Fruit breeding and genetics: 23rd International Horticultural Congress. 27 August-1 September 1990, Florence, Italy. Acta Horticulturae ( 317): 285 pp.

Fruit characteristics of some erect blackberry cultivars. Hortscience 28(8): 853

Fruit characterization and phenotypic correlations in a local population of pepper (Capsicum annuum cv 'Quadrato d'Asti'). Capsicum Newsletter (special issue): 116-119

Fruit characters in sugarbeet affecting seed germination and plant emergence. Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczej im H Koataja w Krakowie, Sesja Naukowa ( 31): 81-87

Fruit composition of four South African-grown kiwifruit cultivars. New Zealand Journal of Crop & Horticultural Science 20(4): 449-452

Fruit cracking in tomato. HortTechnology 2(2): 216-219, 222-223

Fruit crop herbicides. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Obst und Weinbau 129(8): 206-214

Fruit crop resources of the Issyk-Kul' basin. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 140: 119-122

Fruit crops for wasteland. Fruit crops for wasteland: 227 pp.

Fruit crops: are they relevant for agroforestry development?. Agroforestry Today 4(3): 12-13

Fruit development in jamun, Syzygium cumini Skeels. South Indian Horticulture 40(6): 350-351

Fruit developmental regulation of the kiwifruit actinidin promoter is conserved in transgenic petunia plants. Plant molecular biology 23(3): 489-499

Fruit diameter and daily fruit growth rate of three apple cultivars on rootstock-scion combinations. Hortscience 29(2): 79-81

Fruit dimorphism in melon. Horticultura Brasileira 9(1): 20-22

Fruit drop and its relationship with environmental factors in Starking Delicious apples. Progressive Horticulture 1993; 22(1-4): 182-183

Fruit drop disease in citrus. Boletin de Sanidad Vegetal, Plagas 16(4): 723-731

Fruit drop pattern in off-season cropping of pomegranate cultivar Ganesh. Maharashtra Journal of Horticulture 5(2): 106-107

Fruit extraction sampling method for borer. Revista Cafetalera ( 313): 29-31

Fruit fall in the Luquillo Experimental Forest, Puerto Rico. Biotropica 25(1): 73-84

Fruit fate, frugivory, and fruit characteristics: a study of the hawthorn, Crataegus monogyna (Rosaceae). Oecologia (Berlin): 912: 296-304

Fruit firmness measurement techniques - a new approach. International Agrophysics 8(3): 461-466

Fruit flies (Diptera, Trypetidae) on peach trees in Leon and Quebrada de Humahuaca, Jujuy province, Argentina. Revista de Information Centro de Informaciones para la Regulacion de Poblaciones de Organismos Nacivos 7(1-4): 7-22

Fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) in two mango orchards (Mangifera indica) from the Federal District: survey of species and population fluctuation. Revista Ceres 38(217): 206-216

Fruit flies in peninsular Malaysia: their economic importance and control strategies. Technical Bulletin Food and Fertilizer Technology Center ( 129): 8-14

Fruit flies in the home garden. Agnote Darwin ( 425): 3 pp.

Fruit flies of the genus Urophora R.-D. (Diptera, Tephritidae) of the East Palaearctic. I. A key to subgenera and review of species (except for the subgenus Urophora s. str.). Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 70(1): 214-228

Fruit flies of the genus Urophora R.-D. (Diptera, Tephritidae) of the East Palaearctic. II. Review of species of the subgenus Urophora s. str. (Communication 1). Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 71(3): 688-699

Fruit flies of the region of Mt. Gargano (Italy, Puglia), with descriptions of a new Tephritis species (Diptera, Tephritidae). Mitteilungen der Entomologischen Gesellschaft Basel 43(3): 110-127

Fruit flies: biology and management. Fruit flies: biology and management: 492 pp.

Fruit fly and control measures on table grapes. Deciduous Fruit Grower 43(3): 109-111

Fruit fly disinfestation in mangoes by hot water dipping. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Plant Protection in the Tropics ( 6): 188-195

Fruit growing in the tropics. Fruit growing in the tropics: 56 pp.

Fruit industry in Malaysia: current status and potential. Acta Horticulturae ( 292): 1-11

Fruit inhomogeneity. Sciences des Aliments 11(4): 613-626

Fruit juice industry. Bangkok Bank Monthly Review 33(9): 24-25

Fruit maturation in the shrub Ligustrum vulgare (Oleaceae): lack of defoliation effects. Oikos 68(2): 309-316

Fruit maturity and seasonal effects on sugar and acid in peaches. Arkansas Farm Research 42(2): 12-13

Fruit maturity and storage for Gala, Fuji and Braeburn. Compact Fruit Tree 26: 82-84

Fruit maturity, storage and postharvest maturation treatments affect bell pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) seed quality. Scientia Horticulturae 54(3): 191-201

Fruit misshaping of strawberries: over-visiting. Fruitteelt 6(2): 27-29

Fruit of Morrenia odorata (Asclepiadaceae) as a host for the papaya fruit fly, Toxotrypana curvicauda (Diptera: Tephritidae). Florida Entomologist 77(2): 287-294

Fruit pectin during on-tree ripening and storage. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 118(3): 343-349

Fruit pest events and phenological development according to accumulated heat units. New York' s Food and Life Sciences Bulletin ( 142): 7 pp.

Fruit piercing moths in Micronesia and their natural enemies. Micronesica 0(SUPPL 4): 33-39

Fruit polymorphism in ephemeral species of Namaqualand: VII. Diaspore production of plants cultivated from dimorphic diaspores. Journal of Arid Environments 25(2): 233-247

Fruit preference criteria by avian frugivores: their implications for the evolution of clutch size in Solanum pubescens . Oikos, 601: 20-26

Fruit production in Anjou. Comptes Rendus de l'Academie d'Agriculture de France 79(3): 51-62

Fruit production in Chile: a review of recent developments. Journal of International Food and Agribusiness Marketing 4(4): 41-60

Fruit production in Madeira: cherimoyas instead of bananas?. Erwerbsobstbau 34(1): 21-23

Fruit production in Switzerland: significance and control of disease caused by Monilia fungi. Pesticide Outlook 4(2): 15-18

Fruit production in sapota cv. Kalipatti. Current Research University of Agricultural Sciences Bangalore 20(6): 104-106

Fruit quality characteristics of five rabbiteye blueberry cultivars and clones. Acta Horticulturae ( 345): 133-140

Fruit quality from micropropagated apple (Malus domestica Borkh.) trees vs. fruit from trees on seedling and M.7A rootstocks. Fruit Varieties Journal 48(2): 109-113

Fruit quality improvement in 'Thompson Seedless' grapes. Acta Horticulturae ( 321): 672-676

Fruit quality of common pear in Belarus. Vestsi Akademii Navuk BSSR, Seriya Sel' skagaspadarchykh Navuk ( 4): 32-38

Fruit quality of stored, fresh red raspberries after a delay in precooling. HortTechnology 2(4): 468-470

Fruit quality of strawberries grown on substrates. Acta Horticulturae ( 294): 117-123

Fruit quality patterns among strawberry cultivars based on decade of release or area of adaptation. The strawberry into the 21st century Proceedings of the Third North American Strawberry Conference, Houston, Texas, 14-16 February, 1990: 111-114

Fruit removal in Viburnum opulus: copious seed predation and sporadic massive seed dispersal in a temperate shrub. Oikos. September; 673: 503-510

Fruit ripening affects chilling injury of greenhouse peppers. Acta Horticulturae ( 343): 225-229

Fruit rot of Feijoa sellowiana caused by Pestalotiopsis psidii. Informatore Fitopatologico 41(1): 61-63

Fruit rot of squash cv. Orangetti in Florida. Plant Disease 77(8): 847

Fruit rot of watermelon. Indian Journal of Mycology & Plant Pathology 22(1): 80

Fruit rots of Emblica officinalis, Prunus domestica and Citrus medica caused by Aspergillus niger. Indian Journal of Mycology & Plant Pathology 23(2): 129-134

Fruit set and fruit growth of purple passionfruit affected by temperature. Acta Horticulturae ( 321): 641-647

Fruit set and yield of pepino dulce response to nitrate-nitrogen and salinity levels and thinning of side branches and trusses. Journal of Plant Nutrition 16(11): 2121-2133

Fruit set in intervarietal hybridization in ber. Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities 17(1): 140-141

Fruit set of pecan requires a low percentage of live pollen in controlled pollination. Hortscience 27(5): 473

Fruit set regulation and quality. Acta Horticulturae ( 326): 49-57

Fruit set, young fruit and leaf growth of Citrus unshiu in relation to assimilate supply. Scientia Horticulturae (Amsterdam) 53(1-2): 99-107

Fruit shape in cucumber as influenced by position within the plant, fruit load and temperature. Scientia Horticulturae (Amsterdam) 56(4): 299-308

Fruit size in a tropical tree species: variation, preference by birds, and heritability. Vegetatio 107-108: 163-174

Fruit size increase in melting vs. non-melting flesh peaches. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1992; 104: 9-12

Fruit size variation and physico-chemical changes in Persian lime (Citrus latifolia Tan.). Centro Agricola 17(2): 12-18

Fruit size, yield and quality of guava cv. Kazi Piara as affected by fruit thinning. South Indian Horticulture 40(2): 71-73

Fruit splitting in 'Nova' hybrid mandarin in relation to the anatomy of the fruit and fruit set treatments. Scientia Horticulturae 57(3): 215-231

Fruit spot of pineapple (Ananas comosus) in the central forest area of Peru. Boletin Informativo Manejo Integrado de Plagas ( 23-24): 3

Fruit storability in nucellar seedlings of Unshiu mandarin. Subtropicheskie Kul' tury ( 5): 90-94

Fruit thinning in Elstar. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Obst und Weinbau 127(24): 761-770

Fruit to fruit damage in apple handling systems. International Agrophysics 8(3): 467-468

Fruit tree entomology. Rapport Annuel CIRAD Reunion: 66-68

Fruit tree replant problem and microbial antagonism in soil. Acta Horticulturae ( 324): 23-33

Fruit trees. JICA Ref Series ( 5): 59-79

Fruit trees chopped small. Fruitteelt Den Haag 82(47): 16-17

Fruit trees recently introduced by the University of Minnesota. Minnesota Horticulturist 120(7): 26-27

Fruit trees, orchards and their rare invertebrates. Entomologist's Gazette 43(4): 303-304

Fruit trees. General presentation. Amelioration des especes vegetales cultivees: objectifs et criteres de selection: 567-578, 647

Fruit types and seed dispersal modes of woody plants in Ahuriri Summit Bush, Port Hills, western Banks Peninsula, Canterbury, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Botany 32(2): 169-181

Fruit yield and quality of tomatoes as affected by rootstocks in long-term nutrient film technique culture. Scientific Reports of the Faculty of Agriculture, Okayama University ( 78): 17-25

Fruit yoghurt. Part I. Deutsche Milchwirtschaft Hildesheim 42(43): 1439-1442

Fruit, seed and seedling of Quararibea asterolepis (Bombacaceae): anatomy and ecology. Pittieria ( 19): 5-24

Fruit, vegetables, and cancer prevention: a review of the epidemiological evidence. Nutrition and Cancer 18(1): 1-29

Fruit-induced dormancy in apple seeds: role of water and inhibitors. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 117(3): 463-466

Fruit-removal time influences return bloom in pecan. Hortscience 28(8): 800-802

Fruiting and postharvest quality of three strawberry cultivars after frost protection treatments. Acta Horticulturae ( 348): 268-271

Fruiting and seedling survival of dipterocarps in a logged forest. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 6(3): 215-222

Fruiting effects on leaf characteristics, photosynthesis, and root growth in peach trees. Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science 62(3): 519-526

Fruiting habit and effect of fruit thinning on plums. Lin, H -S [Editor], Chang, L -R [Editor] Taichung District Agricultural Improvement Station Special Publication; The practical aspects of some economically fruit trees in Taiwan 223-230

Fruiting of cranberry uprights reduces fruiting the following year. Hortscience 28(3): 228

Fruiting of ectomycorrhizal basidiomycetes on unburned and prescribed burned hard-pine/hardwood plots after drought-breaking rainfalls on the Allegheny Mountains of southwestern Virginia. Mycorrhiza 4(3): 93-104

Fruiting phenology and the survival of insect fruit predators: a case study from the South-East Asian Dipterocarpaceae. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences 335(1275): 417-423

Fruiting plant attractiveness to avian seed dispersers: native vs. invasive Crataegus in western Oregon. Madrono 40(2): 108-116

Fruiting valuations of beech (Fagus crenata Blume) trees at Nonomi beech forest for seven years. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 74(1): 55-59

Fruits and seeds of tribe Gordonieae (Theaceae) from the Eocene of North America. American Journal of Botany 79(7): 744-753

Fruits and vegetables - 1991 purchases by domestic shoppers by type of outlet. Infos Paris ( 81): 15-20

Fruits and vegetables in markets in Bintulu, Sarawak, Malaysia. Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Shinshu University 29(2): 137-147

Fruits and vegetables on Reunion Island: development and diversification. Infos Paris ( 92): 11-14

Fruits as bioflavonoids sources. Acta Alimentaria Polonica 17(1): 11-22

Fruits from the flooded forests of Peruvian Amazonia: yield estimates for natural populations of three promising species. Advances in Economic Botany 8: 159-176

Fruits: A Developmental Perspective. Plant Cell 5(10): 1439-1451

Fruity & nutty. Dairy Field 175(5): 50, 52, 54

Frusemide attenuates the exercise-induced rise in pulmonary capillary blood pressure in horses. Equine Veterinary Journal 26(1): 51-54

Fry mortality syndrome (FMS) in Spain, isolation of the causative bacterium Flexibacter psychrophilus. Bulletin of the European Association of Fish Pathologists 13(1): 30-32

Frying foods in oil. 1. General aspects of the process. Industrie Alimentari 32(311): 34-38

Fuchs' heterochromic iridocyclitis is not associated with ocular toxoplasmosis. Archives of Ophthalmology 110(6): 806-811

Fuchsia flea beetle. Phytoma ( 432): 55-56

Fucosylated xyloglucan in suspension-cultured cells of the graminaceous monocotyledon, Festuca arundinacea. Journal of Plant Physiology 143(6): 591-595

Fucus: a comparative study of Fucus vesiculosus L., Fucus serratus L. and Ascophyllum nodosum Le Jolis. Plantes Medicinales et Phytotherapie 25(4): 194-201

Fuel and energy metabolism in fasting humans. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 60(1): 29-36

Fuel characteristics and bushfire control in banksia low woodlands in Western Australia. Journal of Environmental Management 31(3): 229-236

Fuel conservation and energy management concepts for the sugar cane mills. Journal American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists 12: 116

Fuel consumption and fire behavior associated with prescribed fires in sagebrush ecosystems. Northwest Science 65(4): 173-179

Fuel consumption from prescribed fire in northern Idaho logging slash. Proceedings of the 10th Conference on Fire and Forest Meteorology: 155-160

Fuel injector timing and pressure optimization on a DI diesel engine for operation on biodiesel. Liquid fuels from renewable resources Proceedings of an Alternative Energy Conference held in Nashville, Tennessee, USA, 12-15 December 1992: 111-123

Fuel loading, bulk density, and depth of forest floor in coast redwood stands. Forest science 39(3): 617-622

Fuel metabolism of the mosquito (Culex quinquefasciatus) embryo. Journal of Insect Physiology 39(10): 831-833

Fuel of plant origin for diesel engines. Mezogazdasagi Technika 33(1): 3-4

Fuel oil consumption as a factor to select machines for plant production. Acta Academiae Agriculturae ac Technicae Olstenensis, Oeconomica ( 26): 161-171

Fuel supply structure of wood-fired power plants in the northeast: loggers' perspective. Research Paper Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( NE-624): 20 pp.

Fueling a diesel engine with methyl-ester soybean oil. Liquid fuels from renewable resources Proceedings of an Alternative Energy Conference held in Nashville, Tennessee, USA, 12-15 December 1992: 124-131

Fueling expansion in the Third World: population, development, debt, and the global decline of forests. Society and Natural Resources 6(1): 17-39

Fuelwood and fodder in the Kaliurang area, D.I. Yogyakarta, Indonesia: a land use inventory, with an emphasis on growth and consumption of fuelwood and fodder in eight villages on the slopes of the Merapi volcano. FONC Project Communication Forestry/Nature Conservation Project, Fakultas Kehutanan Universitas Gadjah Mada ( 1989-6): ii + 91 pp.

Fuelwood characteristics from central India. Biomass and Bioenergy 1(3): 181-183

Fuelwood characteristics of trees grown on alkaline soils of Lucknow. Range Management and Agroforestry 11(1): 95-98

Fuelwood consumption in France. Revue Forestiere Francaise 44(3): 255-265

Fuelwood consumption of midsouth pulpmills, 1987. Research Note Southern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( SO-354): 6 pp.

Fuelwood deficits in rural South Africa. Biomass and Bioenergy 1(2): 89-98

Fuelwood exploitation from natural ecosystems in Nigeria: socio-economic and ecological implications. Journal of Rural Development Hyderabad 11(2): 141-155

Fuelwood harvesting and sustainable utilisation in a communal grazing land and protected area of the eastern Transvaal Lowveld. Biological Conservation 63(3): 247-254

Fuelwood policies for the 1990s. Energy Policy 20(2): 137-144

Fuelwood requirements in Tambillo Valley, Bolivia. Revista Forestal del Peru 17(2): 39-48

Fuelwood stumpage: considerations for developing country energy planning. Fuelwood stumpage: considerations for developing country energy planning: 51 pp.

Fuji and its mutants. Revista Fruticola 11(2): 67

Fulani settlement and modes of adjustment in the northwest province of Cameroon. Paper Pastoral Development Network ( 35d): 11-20

Fulfilling the right to primary education: India's Supreme Court opens a door. Future New Delhi ( 31/32): 24-26

Full activation of a nuclear species of protein phosphatase-1 by phosphorylation with protein kinase A and casein kinase-2. Biochemical Journal 297: 447-449

Full and rich taste and flavours in low fat ice cream. Scandinavian Dairy Information 7(4): 51

Full control of waste water. New method offers new possibilities. Nordisk Mejeriinformation 20(9): 251-252

Full fat soyabean flakes as feed for heavy pigs. 1. Rearing, slaughtering and jointing. Annali dell' Istituto Sperimentale per la Zootecnia 23(1/2): 81-97

Full fat soyabean flakes as feed for heavy pigs. 2. Backfat composition and ham seasoning. Annali dell' Istituto Sperimentale per la Zootecnia 23(1/2): 99-118

Full protein alimentation and nitrogen equilibrium in a renal failure patient treated with continuous hemodiafiltration: a case report of 67 days of continuous hemodiafiltration. Jpen. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition 16(4): 379-383

Full re-assessment of chemical weed control in fruit trees and vines. Informatore Agrario 48(50): 59-71

Full text agricultural literature on compact disk. Revista AIBDA 11(2): 37-44

Full-fat rapeseed for pig and poultry diets. Feed Compounder 13(10): 35-38

Full-scale application of nitrogen removal with methanol as carbon source. Water Science & Technology 26(1-11): 1077-1086

Full-scale application of the UASB technology for sewage treatment. Water Science & Technology 25(7): 159-166

Full-scale study of activated sludge treatment of low strength municipal wastewater. International Journal of Environmental Studies 41(1-2): 121-132

Full-scale tests on wooden houses during progressive stages of construction. Recent research on wood and wood based materials: 85-93

Full-scale wind load measurements on a single-span film plastic-clad livestock building. Journal of agricultural engineering research 55(3): 251-264

Full-scale wind load measurements point the way forward. Wind engineering Proceedings of the 1st IAWE European and African regional conference held in Guernsey, UK, 20-24 September 1993: 199-208

Full-term development of in vitro-matured, vitrified and fertilized bovine oocytes. Theriogenology 38(6): 1085-1090

Full-value silage for lactating cows. Zootekhniya ( 6): 21-22

Fuller rose beetle embryonic development and observations on oviposition. Southwestern Entomologist 17(3): 215-221

Fully automated determination of sulfamethazine in ovine plasma using solid-phase extraction on disposable cartridges and liquid chromatography. Journal of Chromatography Biomedical Applications 622(1): 53-60

Fully automated on-line liquid chromatographic separation system for polar pollutants in various types of water. Analytica Chimica Acta 268(1): 55-65

Fully automatic plant for firm cheeses. Maelkeritidende 106(3): 58-59

Fully automatic plant for hard cheese. Nordisk Mejeriinformation 20(3): 86-87

Fully mechanic weeding. Landtechnik 48(8/9): 395,476-479

Fully-automatic plant for semi-hard cheeses. Maelkeritidende 106(23): 575

Fulminant hepatitis in an Italian infant with visceral leishmaniasis. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 86(1): 34

Fumaric acid - a growth promotant for ducks. Ptitsevodstvo ( 2): 17-18

Fumaric acid as a component of diets for growing pigs in the light of investigation conducted in Research Institute of Animal Husbandry. Biuletyn Informacyjny Instytut Zootechniki, Zakad Informacji Zootehnicznej 30(1-2): 34-49

Fumaric acid as a feed additive in weanling pig diets. Japanese Journal of Swine Science 29(3): 183-188

Fumaric acid as a feed supplement for growing pigs. Biuletyn Informacyjny Przemysu Paszowego 31(4): 25-34

Fumaric acid production from sweet sorghum. Annali di Microbiologia ed Enzimologia 42(1): 111-120

Fumigant control of marine borer attack in Douglas-fir piling. Forest products journal 41(5): 49-52

Fumigant intoxication during transport of grain by railroad. Journal of Occupational Medicine. 33(1): 64-65

Fumigant treatment of wood species used for railroad ties: a preliminary evaluation. Forest Products Journal 42(1): 58-62

Fumigation of durum wheat in metal silos. J-system - experiences in comparison. Tecnica Molitoria 43(11): 1011-1021

Fumigation of grain at sea. Zashchita Rastenii Moskva ( 12): 22-25

Fumigation of jamun ready-mix. Journal of Food Science & Technology 30(3): 226-228

Fumigation of sweet cherry (Prunus avium 'Bing') fruit with low molecular weight aldehydes for postharvest decay control. Plant Disease 77(8): 810-814

Fumigation-extraction and substrate-induced respiration derived microbial biomass C, and respiration rate in limed soil of Scots pine sapling stands. Biology & Fertility of Soils 17(4): 301-308

Fumigation-extraction method for the measurement of soil microbial biomass-S. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 26(1): 117-125

Fumiquinazolines, novel metabolites of a fungus isolated from a saltfish. Tetrahedron letters, 33(12): 1621-1624

Fumonisin B1 production and vegetative compatibility of strains from Gibberella fujikuroi mating population 'A' (Fusarium moniliforme). Mycopathologia 117(1-2): 37-45

Fumonisin and fusarin production in vitro by European strains of Fusarium moniliforme. Microbiologie, Aliments, Nutrition 11(3): 327-333

Fumonisin mycotoxicosis in broilers. Weights and serum chemistry modifications. Avian Diseases 38(3): 454-460

Fumonisin mycotoxicosis in broilers: performance and pathology. Avian Diseases 36(2): 450-454

Fumonisin mycotoxins and equine leukoencephalomalacia. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 198(7): 1104-1105

Fumonisin production by Fusarium species on solid substrates. Journal of AOAC International 77(2): 522-525

Fumonisin toxicity in broiler chicks. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 4(3): 330-333

Fumonisin toxicity in turkey poults. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 5(1): 75-83

Fumonisin toxicosis in swine: clinical and pathologic findings. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 5(2): 232-241

Fumonisin-induced pulmonary edema and hydrothorax in swine. Mycopathologia 117(1-2): 79-82

Fumonisins - a current perspective and view to the future. Mycopathologia 117(1-2): 1-124

Fumonisins - mycotoxins produced by Fusarium moniliforme. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 38(3): 309-328

Fumonisins, mycotoxins of Fusarium moniliforme, causing leukoencephalomalacia in horses, pulmonary oedema in swine and diverse lesions in fowls. Veterinaria Argentina 10(94): 254...259

Fumonisins: isolation, chemical characterization and biological effects. Mycopathologia 117(1-2): 11-16

Fumonisins: occurrence, distribution, production, analysis, chemistry and mode of action. Journal of AOAC International 77(2): 491-550

Function and evolution of actins. Evolutionary Biology 26: 1-34

Function and evolution of oleosins in plants. Annual report 1992, AFRC Institute of Plant Science Research, Cambridge Laboratory, John Innes Institute, Nitrogen Fixation Laboratory and Sainsbury Laboratory: 9

Function and operational conditions of the 'processor with logging function'. Bulletin of the Tokyo University Forests ( 84): 1-19

Function and role of the dietitian on nutritional support team. Nutrition 8(6): 391-394

Function and synthesis of enzymes involved in lignin degradation. Journal of Biotechnology 30(1): 49-55

Function of essential oil-secreting glandular hairs in aromatic plants of the Lamiaceae - a review. Flavour and Fragrance Journal 8(5): 249-255

Function of lichen substances: deleterious effects of usnic and vulpinic acids towards the generalist Herbivore Spodoptera littoralis. Planta Medica 58(7): A630-A631

Function of neutrophils and chemoattractant properties of fetal placental tissue during the last month of pregnancy in cows. American Journal of Veterinary Research 53(9): 1524-1529

Function of nodulation genes of Rhizobium. Symbiosis 14(1-3): 283-295

Function of pheromones in mating behavior of the Japanese pine sawfly beetle, Monochamus alternatus Hope. Applied Entomology and Zoology 27(4): 489-497

Function of phospholipids in pig and poultry feeding. Muhle + Mischfuttertechnik 131(39): 544-545

Function of retinoic receptor gamma in the mouse. Cell Cambridge 73(4): 643-658

Function of the shoot base of salt-tolerant reed (Phragmites communis Trinius) plants for Na+ exclusion from the shoots. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 38(3): 565-571

Function of vitamin E and zinc in maintaining endothelial integrity: implications in atherosclerosis. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 686: 99-111

Function, mechanism and regulation of cytochrome P-450 enzymes in plants. Biochemical Society Transactions 20(2): 353-357

Functional activity of an apple tree root system with partial root pruning. Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii ( 6): 132-140

Functional activity of fine-fibre cotton chloroplasts in early stages of ontogenesis during infection with Fusarium wilt. Soviet Agricultural Sciences ( 12): 10-13

Functional activity of the DNA of the cell nuclei in wheat plants infected by root rot. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya ( 5): 110-113

Functional activity of the chloroplasts of Gossypium barbadense varieties differing in yield and their reciprocal hybrids in relation to breeding for high yield. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya ( 5): 95-99

Functional adaptations of fig trees (Ficus carica, L.) in agroecosysytems of the western Mediterranean desert of Egypt. Qatar University Science Journal 11: 183-199

Functional analysis and RFLP-mediated mapping of the Mlg resistance locus in barley. Plant Journal 3(6): 857-866

Functional analysis of Arabidopsis thaliana rRNA gene and spacer promoters in vivo and by transient expression. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 90(16): 7528-7532

Functional analysis of Cx-cellulase (endo- beta -1,4-glucanase) gene expression in transgenic tomato fruit. Cellular and molecular aspects of the plant hormone ethylene Proceedings of the International Symposium on Cellular and Molecular Aspects of Biosynthesis and Action of the Plant Hormone Ethylene, Agen, France, August 31 September 4, 1992: 123-128

Functional analysis of a C. elegans trans-splice acceptor. Nucleic Acids Research 21(4): 913-919

Functional analysis of a t complex responder locus transgene in mice. Mammalian Genome 3(10): 579-587

Functional analysis of chicken vimentin distal promoter regions in cultured lens cells. Gene (Amsterdam) 130(2): 277-281

Functional analysis of cis-acting DNA elements required for expression of the SL RNA gene in the parasitic protozoan Leishmania amazonensis. Nucleic Acids Research 22(11): 1959-1965

Functional analysis of petunia floral homeotic MADS box gene pMADS1. Genes & Development 7(7a): 1214-1228

Functional analysis of the Mlg resistance locus in barley. Fritig, B [Editor], Legrand, M [Editor] Developments in Plant Pathology; Mechanisms of plant defense responses : 45-48

Functional analysis of the fixNOQP region of Azorhizobium caulinodans. Journal of Bacteriology 176(9): 2560-2568

Functional anatomy of the egg pore in Callosobruchus maculatus: a trade-off between gas-exchange and protective functions?. Physiological Entomology. March; 191: 30-38

Functional anatomy of the ovule in broad bean (Vicia faba L.). 1. Histogenesis prior to and after pollination. International Journal of Plant Sciences 154(1): 80-89

Functional anatomy of the ovule in broad bean (Vicia faba L.): ultrastructural seed development and nutrient pathways. Annals of Botany 74(3): 233-244

Functional anatomy of the ovule in broad bean, Vicia faba L. II. Ultrastructural development up to early embryogenesis. International Journal of Plant Sciences 154(4): 535-549

Functional and aesthetic information needs underlying the pleasure travel experience. Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing 2(2/3): 133-146

Functional and defective components of avian endogenous virus long terminal repeat enhancer sequences. Journal of Virology 67(3): 1545-1554

Functional and molecular analysis of several mutations of the o2 locus. Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter ( 66): 79-80

Functional and morphological changes in cultured neurons of rat cerebral cortex induced by long-term application of aluminum. Biochemical & Biophysical Research Communications 189(3): 1317-1322

Functional and morphological status of the liver during chronic opisthorchosis. Terapevticheskii Arkhiv 63(11): 63-66

Functional and mutated agrocinopine synthase genes on octopine T-DNAs. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 6(3): 393-402

Functional and structural alterations of plasma membrane of potato tuber during the hypersensitive response to elicitor from Phytophthora infestans. Novenytermeles 40(6): 481-491

Functional and structural analysis of promoter fragments in soybean nuclear DNA. Biotechnology in agriculture Proceedings of the First Asia Pacific Conference on Agricultural Biotechnology, Beijing, China, 20-24 August 1992: 165-168

Functional and structural design and manufacturing of a semihelicoidal mouldboard for prairie tillage. II congreso argentino de ingenieria rural [Argentinian conference on agricultural engineering] Proceedings of a conference held in Villa Maria, Argentina, 23-25 September 1992: 85

Functional and structural features of the chloroplasts in hybrid wild and cultivated forms of cotton. 1 S"ezd fiziologov rastenii Uzbekistana, Tashkent, 16-18 dekabrya, 1991: Tezisy dokladov: 57

Functional and structural properties of proteolysates and plasteins from UF-skim milk protein concentrate. Kieler Milchwirtschaftliche Forschungsberichte 44(3): 217-222

Functional and technological characteristics of a ewe milk whey byproduct. Latte 18(1): 92-93

Functional antagonism between members of the myb family: B-myb inhibits v-myb-induced gene activation. Embo Journal 11(12): 4619-4629

Functional approach to soil studies: situation and outlook. Moscow University Soil Science Bulletin 47(3): 4-10

Functional aspects of differentiation and degeneration of the steroidogenic cells of the corpus luteum in domestic ruminants. Animal Reproduction Science 28(1-4): 103-110

Functional aspects of the load sensing system. Landtechnik 48(1/2): 7,82-84

Functional attributes of biodiversity in land use systems. Greenland, D J [Editor], Szabolcs, I [Editor] Soil resilience and sustainable land use 267-290

Functional barriers in the system of transfer of agricultural research achievements in China: a quantitative analysis. Journal of Agrotechnical Economics ( 3): 42-44

Functional capacity of the residual lymphocytes from zinc-deficient adult mice. British Journal of Nutrition 69(3): 835-848

Functional changes in the somatic and germinal compartments during follicle growth in pigs. Animal Reproduction Science 35(1-2): 119-130

Functional changes of apple cell membranes during storage. Acta Horticulturae ( 343): 34-39

Functional changes of the sciatic nerve in mice chronically infected with Trypanosoma cruzi. Medicina 53(2): 129-132

Functional changes to whey protein by microparticulation using Simplesse 100 as example. Deutsche Milchwirtschaft 44(25-26): 1252-1256

Functional characteristics of dairy proteins. Trends in Food Science and Technology 4(9): 283-288

Functional characterization of antennal contact chemoreceptors in the cockroach, Periplaneta americana. Journal of Insect Physiology 38(10): 813-822

Functional classification of communes in Poland. Socio economic dimensions in agriculture: 99-108

Functional compartmentation of the Golgi apparatus of plant cells. Immunocytochemical analysis of high-pressure frozen- and freeze-substituted sycamore maple suspension culture cells. Plant Physiology 99(3): 1070-1083

Functional consequences of iron supplementation in iron-deficient female cotton mill workers in Beijing, China. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 59(4): 908-913

Functional conservation of a glucose-repressible amylase gene promoter from Drosophila virilis in Drosophila melanogaster. Journal of molecular evolution 36(3): 234-242

Functional conservation of vertebrate seven-up related genes in neurogenesis and eye development. Embo Journal 12(4): 1403-1414

Functional constraints and rbcL evidence for land plant phylogeny. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 81(3): 534-568

Functional definition of a marginal zone in the chicken spleen. Coudert, F [Editor] [INRA Colloquia; Avian immunology in progress] Colloques de l'INRA; Avian immunology in progress 69-77

Functional diagnosis of the grade of alcoholic hepatopathy from concentrations of plasma proteins using cluster analysis. Ceskoslovenska Gastroenterolgie a Vyziva 46(6): 379-383

Functional dioecy in Echinocereus coccineus (Cactaceae): breeding system, sex ratios, and geographic range of floral dimorphism. American Journal of Botany 79(12): 1382-1388

Functional disorders of the liver in relation to reduced titratable acidity of milk. Veterinarni Medicina 37(11): 605-612

Functional diversity of microbial communities: a quantitative approach. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 26(9): 1101-1108

Functional domains of Bacillus thuringiensis insecticidal crystal proteins. Refinement of Heliothis virescens and Trichoplusia ni specificity domains on CryIA(c). Journal of Biological Chemistry 266(27): 17954-8

Functional domains of the p10 protein of Autographa californica nuclear polyhedrosis virus. Journal of General Virology 74: 563-574

Functional dyspepsia. Okosystem Darm IV: Immunologie, Mikrobiologie, Funktionsstorungen, Klinische Manifestation: 136-146

Functional ectopic interstitial cell tumor in a castrated male cat. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 202(11): 1865-1866

Functional effects of a muscarinic receptor blockade during acute respiratory distress syndrome in double-muscled calves. Veterinary Record 134(5): 110-113

Functional elements in Drosophila melanogaster heterochromatin. Annual Review of Genetics 26: 239-275

Functional evaluation of an energy supplement for sportsmen. Archivos Latinoamericanos de Nutricion 42(3): 345-350

Functional evaluation of pedotransfer functions for the estimation of soil hydraulic properties. Soil Science Society of America Journal 56(5): 1371-1378

Functional evidence regarding receptor subtypes mediating the actions of native gonadotropin-releasing hormones (GnRH) in goldfish, Carassius auratus. General and Comparative Endocrinology 94(1): 78-91

Functional expression and molecular characterization of AtUBC2-1, a novel ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme (E2) from Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Molecular Biology 23(2): 387-396

Functional expression and secondary metabolite regulation in cultured plant cells. Chemical Regulation of Plants 27(2): 152-168

Functional expression of GABAA chloride channels and benzodiazepine binding sites in baculovirus infected insect cells. Bio/Technology 10(6): 679-681