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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 2423

Chapter 2423 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Late-summer fire and follow-up herbicide treatments in tallgrass prairie. Journal of range management 46(6): 542-547

Latency and reactivation of Marek's disease virus in B lymphocytes transformed by avian leukosis virus. Journal of General Virology 74: 2163-2170

Latency period and developmental phases of fever in horses. Bulletin of the Veterinary Institute in Pulawy 36: 31-38

Latent damage: a systems perspective. Postharvest handling: a systems approach: 211-224

Latent deficiency of antioxidants in the GDR population: causes and clinical significance. 2. Zeitschrift fur die Gesamte Innere Medizin und ihre Grenzgebiete 45(2): 38-42

Latent effect of certain insect growth regulators on body weights of Carniolan worker honey bees. Anzeiger fur Schadlingskunde, Pflanzenschutz, Umweltschutz 63: 67-68

Latent heat of vaporization for canola as affected by cultivar and multiple drying-rewetting cycles. Canadian Agricultural Engineering 35(3): 195-206

Latent heat of vaporization in buckwheat using the data of equilibrium moisture content. Transactions of the ASAE 36(1): 113-118

Latent papillomavirus infection in cattle. Research in Veterinary Science 56(2): 151-157

Latent period - a possible selection tool for Exserohilum turcicum resistance in corn (Zea mays L.). Maydica 38(3): 205-208

Latent period and symptom types of blister canker on peach branches. Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 58(2): 253-258

Latent period to leaf blast in rice and its importance as a component of partial resistance. Euphytica 69(3): 185-190

Lateral and longitudinal wetting patterns of very low energy moving emitters. Irrigation science3(4): 183-187

Lateral and temporal variability of water retention by Gray Forest Soil. Eurasian Soil Science 24(3): 92-100

Lateral bearing strength of some more species of timber under 3.55 mm dia (9SWG) common wire nails. Indian Forester 119(7): 572-582

Lateral bud induction and effects of fungicides on leaf retention and rooting of 'Honey Gold' pawpaws. Journal of the Southern African Society for Horticultural Sciences 3(1): 5-8

Lateral conductivity of early metaxylem vessels in Zea mays L. roots. Planta 189(2): 288-297

Lateral cutting force during machining of wood due to momentary disturbances in the wood structure and degree of wear of the cutting tool. Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 52(3): 198-204

Lateral forces on tractor wheels pushed sideways. Trends in agricultural engineering, Prague, 15-18 September, 1992 Proceedings I: 38-43

Lateral intervertebral disk extrusion causing lameness in a dog. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 205(2): 181-3; Discussion 183-5

Lateral line hydraulics in drip irrigation systems. Proceedings 16th ICID European regional conference Vol 2 Ecological, technological and socio economical impacts on agricultural water management: 7-16

Lateral luxation of the superficial digital flexor tendon in 12 dogs. Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association 29(4): 303-309

Lateral patellar luxation in miniature horses. Veterinary Surgery 22(4): 293-297

Lateral resistance and fracture modes of nailed timber joints I. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 37(12): 1157-1166

Lateral root distribution patterns in Stylosanthes guianensis seedlings. Soil & Crop Science Society of Florida Proceedings 51(0): 69-71

Lateral root initiation by asymmetrical transverse divisions of pericycle cells in adventitious roots of Allium cepa. Protoplasma 176(3-4): 138-144

Lateral shoot formation and flower-bud formation in apple in the first year after budding as affected by air temperature and exposure to red light. Journal of Horticultural Science 68(2): 255-260

Lateral shoot formation in apple in the first year after budding as affected by air humidity and soil temperature. Acta Horticulturae ( 322): 141-151

Lateral spreading in rock formations: mechanism, analysis, hazard assessment and control measures. Environmental management geo water and engineering aspects: proceedings of International Conference Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia, 8-11 February 1993: 273-278

Lateral strengths of drift-pin joints in perpendicular to the grain loadings I. Effects of edge and end distances on maximum loads. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 38(1): 37-45

Lateral transfer in natural populations of eukaryotes. Annual Review of Genetics 27: 235-256

Lateral water flow in a clayey agricultural field with cracks. Geoderma 59(1-4): 311-325

Lateritic soils of Konkan need phosphorus. Indian Farming 42(4): 25-26

Latest achievements on control of Cercospora on sugarbeet. Informatore Agrario 48(30): 45-53

Latest aspects in stored product protection in developing countries. Proceedings: Integrated Pest Management in Tropical and Subtropical Cropping Systems ( 3): 927-937

Latest cheese variety test: 96% are grade I. Osterreichische Milchwirtschaft 49(1-2): 13

Latest developments in the manufacturing of sugar. SISSTA Sugar Journal 17(2-3): 41-47

Latest information on the school milk campaign. Osterreichische Milchwirtschaft 45(18): 7

Latest varieties of spring barley from France in the Non-chernozem zone of the Russian Federation. Nauchno Tekhnicheskii Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Ordena Lenina i Ordena Druzhby Narodov Nauchno Issledovatel' skogo Instituta Rastenievodstva imeni N I Vavilova ( 201): 37-41

Latex agglutination test for the detection of Candida mannan antigen in sera of patients with visceral candidiasis (II). Japanese Journal of Medical Mycology 33(4): 483-495

Latex agglutination test for the detection of pebrine in silkworm, Bombyx mori L. Indian Journal of Sericulture 31(2): 141-145

Latex allergy studies: B-serum from the latex bottom fraction as a major source of immunogenic glove proteins. Journal of Natural Rubber Research 8(4): 293-298

Latex phagocytosis by canine neutrophils. Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association 47(2): 128-130

Latex properties of several recommended clones. I. Recommended rubber clones 1988-1990. Buletin Perkaretan 9(1): 15-25

Latex trypsin inhibitors of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas Lam.). Botanical Bulletin of Academia Sinica 35(3): 153-159

Lathyrus sylvestris (flatpea) toxicity in sheep and ruminal metabolism of flatpea neurolathyrogens. Poisonous plants Proceedings of the Third International Symposium: 377-381

Laticifers: an historical perspective. Botanical Review 59(1): 1-23

Latin America commences to 'biotechnologize' its industry. Biotechnology and Development Monitor ( 14): 3-5

Latin American experiences in monitoring and evaluation. Report International Fund for Agricultural Development ( 0444): iv + 271pp.

Latin American land reforms in theory and practice: a retrospective analysis. Latin American land reforms in theory and practice: a retrospective analysis: 108pp.

Latin American scientists meet at Caracas. Parasitology Today 9(10): 351

Latin American start-ups find their way to the market. Biotechnology and Development Monitor ( 14): 6-7

Latitudinal alcohol dehydrogenase polymorphism and ethanol tolerance in drosophilid Zaprionus indianus populations. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 31(5): 430-434

Latitudinal allozymic variability in natural populations of Zaprionus indianus from India. Biochemical Genetics 31(7-8): 295-306

Latitudinal patterns in the size of European butterflies. Holarctic Ecology, 143: 192-202

Latitudinal variation in seed weight and flower number in Prunella vulgaris. Oecologia (Heidelberg) 93(1): 55-62

Latosol-podzol transformation systems in the Brazilian Amazon region: geochemical interpretation of the first analysis of infiltration waters in the transition soil. Organisation et fonctionnement des alterites et des sols: Seminaire ORSTOM, Bondy, du 5 au 9 fevrier 1990: 101

Latrodectism: bite of the black widow spider. American Family Physician 45(1): 181-187

Latvia. Food and farming in the fifteen re ics of the former USSR: a market survey: 185-197

Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. International Tourism Reports ( 4): 71-88

Latvian price reforms and their effects on the production and sale of foodstuffs. Baltic Report Center for Agricultural and Rural Development ( 92-BR 6): iii + 11pp.

Laudable Laude. Scandinavian Dairy Information 7(1): 30-31

Launaea pinnatifida, a new host of Coleosporium asterum. Indian Phytopathology 45(2): 281

Laurostrongylus hoineffae n. gen., n. sp., a relict trichostrongylid from an endemic Madagascan rodent. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 87(Supp I): 91-94

Lauter tun (brewery) waste in UASB systems - feasibility, alkalinity requirements and pH control. Water SA 19(1): 41-52

Lavender in a seed pelargonium series. Gartenbau Magazin 1(1/2): 90

Law No. 59/92 on cooperatives: first evaluation with special regard to the agricultural sector. Rivista di Economia Agraria 47(3): 479-494

Law and leisure services management. Law and leisure services management (Ed. 2): viii + 166pp.

Law and sport: towards a necessary harmony in an unconventional couple. Olympic Review ( 313): 499-503

Law concerning the preservation, protection and development of forests, their rational economic logging and maintenance of ecological balance. Revista Padurilor 103(1): 8-19

Lawn mower use and emissions in Canada. Environmental Protection Series Environment Canada ( EPS5/AP/6): ix + 19 pp.

Lawn timothy variety 'Pievutis'. Eksperimentine Biologija ( 3-4): 99-100

Lawns have vertical stratification. Journal of Vegetation Science 4(5): 699-704

Laws governing the use of technical standards as barriers to trade: the case of trade in livestock products. Agribusiness New York 9(1): 91-101

Lax Giant - a new form of groundnut. Groundnut News 5(1): 5

Laxity in the dysplastic canine hip joint. Suomen Elainlaakarilehti 99(6): 365-372

Layer and broiler poultry manure as nitrogen fertilizer sources for cabbage production. Communications in Soil Science & Plant Analysis 24(13-14): 1583-1589

Layer feeds with methionine supplement. Kraftfutter ( 3): 88-94,96

Layers perform well on tiered wire floor. World Poultry 9(1-2): 28-29

Laying efficiency as related to carcass fat depots. Proceedings of the 8th European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition October 14-17, 1991, Venezia Mestre, Italy: 182-197

Laying hen performance as influenced by protein intake to sixteen weeks of age and body weight at point of lay. Poultry Science 73(4): 495-501

Laying hen production and welfare in Italy. The laying hen Proceedings of a seminar held on 24 and 25 March 1992 at the Centre Albert Borschette, Brussels, Belgium: 100-105

Laying hen production responses to least cost rations formulated with stochastic programming or linear programming with a margin of safety. Poultry Science 73(8): 1290-1295

Laying hens respond differently to high dietary levels of phosphorus in monobasic and dibasic calcium phosphate. Poultry Science 73(5): 687-703

Laying performance of hens using low protein feed mixtures. Kongressband 1992 Gottingen Vortrage zum Generalthema des 104 VDLUFA Kongresses vom 14-1991992 in Gottingen: Okologische Aspekte extensiver Landbewirtschaftung: 415-418

Laying the foundation for a comprehensive program of restoration for wildlife habitat in a riparian floodplain. Environmental Management 18(6): 939-955

Laying workers in Africanised honeybees. Proceedings of the section Experimental and Applied Entomology of the Netherlands Entomological Society 2: 142-146

Layout of holders in consideration of distribution of holding time. Deutsche Milchwirtschaft Hildesheim 42(4): 86-89

Layout of surface drainage systems. Rivista di Ingegneria Agraria 22(3): 168-173

Layouts and components for modern milking center. Dairy systems for the 21st century Proceedings of the third international dairy housing conference held in Orlando, Florida, USA, 2-5 February 1994: 1-10

Le Pulvetunnel - a new concept for pesticide treatments in arboriculture. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Universiteit Gent 57(3b): 1223-1235

Leach resistant ink for protecting documents from alteration and document protected thereby. United States Patent (US 5058925): 3 pp.

Leachability of heavy metals from growth media containing source-separated municipal solid waste compost. Journal of Environmental Quality 23(4): 718-722

Leachate collection, treatment and disposal. Journal of the Institution of Water and Environmental Management 6(3): 321-332

Leachate electrical conductivity and growth of potted geranium with leaching fractions of 0 to 0.4. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 117(6): 893-897

Leachate nutrient content and growth of two hollies as influenced by controlled release fertilizers. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 10(3): 162-166

Leachate treatment by chemical and biological oxidation. Journal of Environmental Science & Health Part A Environmental Science & Engineering 28(1): 21-35

Leaching and crop recovery of 15N from ammonium sulphate and labelled maize (Zea mays) material in lysimeters at a site in Zimbabwe. Plant and Soil 162(2): 193-201

Leaching and movement of imazapyr in different soil types. Proceedings of the Forty Sixth New Zealand Plant Protection Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand, 10-12 August 1993: 115-119

Leaching characteristics of repacked soil columns as influenced by subsurface flow barriers. Soil Science Society Of America Journal. 58(4): 1212-1218

Leaching effect of saline drainage water on exchangeable cations in soil. Journal of Irrigation Engineering and Rural Planning ( 24): 4-18

Leaching effect on the dissolution of two phosphate rocks in acid soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal 56(4): 1325-1330

Leaching in small lysimeters of nitrate derived from nitrogen-15-labeled field pea residues. Journal of Environmental Quality 23(5): 1045-1050

Leaching in the material balance of peatlands-preliminary results. Suo 43(4/5): 253-258

Leaching losses due to rain in macerated and conditioned forage. Journal of Agricultural Engineering Research 58(2): 133-143

Leaching losses of N from container-grown roses. Scientia Horticulturae 53(4): 333-345

Leaching losses of magnesium in Chalk soil. Eleven years of lysimeters measurements: 1974-1985. Un point surLe Magnesium en agriculture: 86-92

Leaching losses of nitrogen from slow release nitrogenous fertilizers under waterlogged paddy cultivation. Indian Journal of Agricultural Research 25(3): 125-131

Leaching of CCA from treated wood: pH effects. Forest Products Journal 41(1): 30-32

Leaching of CCA-C from jack pine sapwood in compost. Forest products journal 42(9): 57-59

Leaching of Na, K, Ca and Mg in grassland after fertilizing with cattle slurry. Bericht Bundesanstalt fur Alpenlandische Landwirtschaft ( 3): 53-58

Leaching of agrichemicals from suburban areas. Racke, K. D. , Leslie, A. R. Acs Symposium Series; Pesticides In Urban Environments: Fate And Significance: 182-190

Leaching of autumn applied14C-mecoprop (2-ethylhexyl ester) in lysimeter experiments compared to leaching of 14C-mecoprop (salt). Tidsskrift for Planteavls Specialserie ( S2236): 15-27

Leaching of bentazon in Swedish soils using field lysimeters. Swedish Journal of Agricultural Research 22(3): 103-109

Leaching of copper converter slag with Aspergillus niger culture filtrate. BioMetals 5(3): 169-172

Leaching of dichlorprop, bentazon, and 36Cl in undisturbed field lysimeters of different agricultural soils. Weed Science 41(2): 251-261

Leaching of fertilizer nutrients from cultivated soils based on researches carried out by the Institute of Soil Science and Cultivation of Plants. Roczniki Gleboznawcze 42(3/4): 97-107

Leaching of macronutrients in a soil under maize with and without supplemental irrigation. Revista Brasileira de Ciencia do Solo 16(3): 283-287

Leaching of manure nutrients as influenced by soil type, manure type and the time of manure application. Agriculture: nitrogen cycling and leaching in cool and wet regions of Europe COST 814 Workshop held in Gembloux Belgium October 22-23, 1992: 112-113

Leaching of mecoprop herbicide through turfgrass soils. Chemosphere 26(8): 1541-1547

Leaching of metals with fungi. Journal of Biotechnology 27(2): 91-116

Leaching of metolachlor, atrazine, and atrazine metabolites into groundwater. Transactions of the ASAE 37(3): 801-806

Leaching of nitrate, calcium and magnesium under maize cultivation on an oxisol in Togo. Fertilizer Research 33(2): 123-133

Leaching of nitrogen fertilizer applied to sugar beet. Aspects of Applied Biology ( 30): 417-420

Leaching of nitrogen in barley, grass ley and fallow lysimeters. Agricultural Science in Finland 2(4): 281-291

Leaching of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium from decomposing leaf litter of teak (Tectona grandis L.). Journal of Potassium Research 8(4): 338-343

Leaching of organic carbon and nitrogen from peatland-dominated catchments. Suo 43(4/5): 221-225

Leaching of pesticides from arable land. SP Rapport ( 6): 69-76

Leaching of phenoxy herbicides from farmland. Tidsskrift for Planteavls Specialserie ( S2236): 39-52

Leaching of saline soils. Better Farming in Salt Affected Soils ( 15): 16 pp.

Leaching of soil-active herbicides in acid, low base saturated sands: worst-case conditions. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 12(3): 399-404

Leaching of sugars from the seeds of sorghum during storage under controlled conditions. Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities 17(3): 376-379

Leaching of various vitamins from shrimp feed. Aquaculture 124(1-4): 201-205

Leaching performance and N-removal from various soils in relation to the climatic water balance - Brandis lysimeter station. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft ( 71): 157-160

Leaching water flow paths during wick sampling. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 92-2070): 9 pp.

Lead Concentration in the atmosphere and soil of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Science of the Total Environment 141(1/3): 261-267

Lead accumulation in Pomphorhynchus laevis and its host. Journal of Parasitology 80(3): 355-357

Lead accumulation in surface roadside soil: its relationship to traffic density and meteorological parameters. Science of the Total Environment 144(1/3): 297-304

Lead and arsenic in two apricot cultivars and in 'Gala' apples grown on lead arsenate-contaminated soils. HortScience 27(12): 1277-1278

Lead and cadmium contamination of milk and various milk products. Kongressband 1993 Hamburg Vortrage zum Generalthema des 105 VDLUFA Kongresses vom 20-2591993 in Hamburg: Qualitat und Hygiene von Lebensmitteln in Produktion und Verarbeitung: 417-420

Lead and cadmium in birds in the Netherlands: a preliminary survey. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. November; 234: 453-456

Lead and cadmium in human, cow and adapted milks. Hrana i Ishrana 33(3/4): 153-155

Lead and cadmium in phytophagous insects (Carausius morosus, Phasmida: Bacteriidae): effects, localization, biomagnification. Zeitschrift fur Okolgie und Naturschutz 2(3): 171-180

Lead concentrations in liver and kidneys of snow geese during an avian cholera epizootic in California. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 29(4): 582-586

Lead concentrations in plants and animal tissues. Journal of Environmental Science & Health Part A Environmental Science & Engineering 27(6): 1453-1458

Lead contamination in food. Advances in Environmental Science and Technology: 85-120

Lead contamination in free-living mallards in Germany. Untersuchungen zur Bleibelastung freilebender Stockenten, Anas platyrhynchos Linne, 1758, in der Bundesre ik Deutschland: 198 pp.

Lead contamination in street soils of Nairobi City and Mombasa Island, Kenya. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 46(5): 781-789

Lead contamination in the vegetation in Lavreotiki (Attica). Verhandlungen Gesellschaft fur Okologie 19(3): 223-228

Lead content in blood of clinically healthy dogs. Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja 47(5): 223-225

Lead content of milk in the Province of Udine. Scienza e Tecnica Lattiero Casearia 43(3): 201-208

Lead deficiency in lead-depleted rats and in their offspring. Journal of Animal Physiology & Animal Nutrition 70(4-5): 246-252

Lead dispersion studies on vegetation along highways. Asian Environment 14(33): 48-58

Lead encephalopathy in Saudi Arabian children. American Journal of Diseases of Children 146(11): 1257-1259

Lead in cheese made in the Parmigiano-Reggiano district of Italy. Industrie Alimentari 31(306): 632-635

Lead in drinking water-on determining a new limit value and the problems of lead tubes. Gesundheitswesen 55: 514-520

Lead in human blood and milk from nursing women living near a smelter in Mexico City. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 38(3): 225-232

Lead in soil: Task Force recommended guidelines. Lead in soil: Task Force recommended guidelines: v + 132 pp.

Lead inactivation in soils by zeolites. Plant & Soil 143(1): 71-74

Lead intoxication in cattle: a case report. Food Additives and Contaminants 9(4): 357-364

Lead mobility within the xylem of red spruce seedlings: implications for the development of pollution histories. Journal of Environmental Quality 19(2): 268-271

Lead poisoning associated with use of traditional ethnic remedies--California, 1991-1992. Mmwr. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 42(27): 521-524

Lead poisoning in small companion animals: an update (1987-1992). Veterinary and Human Toxicology 36(1): 18-22

Lead poisoning in the dog. Veterinary Annual 32: 138-142

Lead poisoning in wild populations of marsh harriers Circus aeruginosus in the Camargue and Charente-Maritime, France. Ibis 135(4): 379O-386

Lead poisoning in young children in Washington, DC: a crisis that remains to be addressed. American Journal of Diseases of Children 146(11): 1259-1260

Lead poisoning, toxocariasis, and pica. Links to neurobehavioural disorders. Vulnerable brain and environmental risks Volume 2: toxins in food: 127-146

Lead poisoning-a severe threat to the nation's health. TDRI Quarterly Review 9(1): 21-27

Lead pollution in soils in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin. Journal Of Environmental Science & Health Part A Environmental Science & Engineering. 29(5): 909-919

Lead retards development of Drosophila melanogaster. Comparative biochemistry and physiology: C: Comparative pharmacology and toxicology 102(1): 45-49

Lead tolerance of certain legume species grown on lead ore tailings. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment 41(3-4): 253-261

Lead toxicity on the accessory reproductive organs in humans. International Journal of Environmental Health Research 3(1): 7-9

Lead toxicosis and changes in the blood lead concentration of dogs exposed to dust containing high levels of lead. Canadian Veterinary Journal 33(12): 815-817

Lead uptake and accumulation by strawberry plants. Acta Horticulturae ( 348): 278-286

Lead, cadmium and mercury in meat from cattle and pigs in Central Moravia, Czech Republic. Fleischwirtschaft 73(10): 1187-1188

Lead, cadmium and mercury in milk products. Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal 30(60): 139-145

Lead, cadmium, copper and zinc in a short, terrestrial food chain (artificial diet - Enchytraeidae - Lithobius sp.) - a laboratory experiment. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft fur Allgemeine und Angewandte Entomologie 8(4-6): 715-719

Lead, cadmium, zinc and copper in some species of waterfowl. Proceedings, 9th International Symposium on Waterfowl, Pisa, Italy, 16-18 September 1992: 179-181

Lead, follow or get out of the way: the new PMO SCC policy. Dairy, Food and Environmental Sanitation 13(2): 74-79

Lead-210 in vegetables and soils from an area of high natural radioactivity in Brazil. Science of the Total Environment 138(1-3): 37-46

Lead-contaminated soil abatement and urban children's blood lead levels. JAMA 269(13): 1647-1654

Leader cable architecture for guidance of agricultural vehicles. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 93-1056): 14 pp.

Leader-member exchange: a test of the measurement model. Hospitality Research Journal 17(3): 75-100

Leaders at the top must be financially independent. Erhvervs jordbruget 7(9): 15-17

Leaders who meet today's changing needs. Parks and Recreation Arlington 28(3): 60-64, 162-163

Leadership and administration of outdoor pursuits. Leadership and administration of outdoor pursuits (Ed. 2): xiii + 429pp.

Leadership and mentoring. Journal of Trauma Nursing 20(3): 131-131

Leadership in a domestic goat herd. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 38(1): 41-47

Leadership training through aquatics. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance 65(4): 69-72

Leadership trends through the generations: a case study of playleaders. ANZALS Leisure Research Series 1: 187-196

Leading edge laboratories for agriculture and environment. Phytopathology laboratory. ORSTOM Actualites ( 38): 11, 17-18

Leading edge laboratories for agriculture and environment. Tropical plant breeding and genetic resources laboratory. ORSTOM Actualites ( 38): 11-17, 18

Leading edge section and asymmetric twisting in the wings of flying butterflies (Insecta, Papilionoidea). Journal of Experimental Biology ( 180): 105-117

Leading the whey. Dairy Field 176(3): 57-60

Leads for insect neuropeptide mimetic development. Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology 22(1-2): 181-197

Leaf abscission and stem lesions (intumescences) on poplar clones after SO2 and O3 fumigation: a link with ethylene release?. Journal of Experimental Botany 42(242): 1189-1198

Leaf abscission in soybean: cytochemical and ultrastructural changes following benzylaminopurine treatment. Journal of Experimental Botany 43(257): 1611-1619

Leaf absorption of atmospheric ammonia emitted from pig slurry applied beneath the canopy of winter wheat. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica Section B Soil & Plant Science 43(1): 21-24

Leaf age effects on photosynthesis and stomatal conductance of black locust seedlings. Photosynthetica (Prague) 25(4): 537-544

Leaf age related partial resistance to Pyricularia oryzae in tropical lowland rice cultivars as measured by the number of sporulating lesions. Phytopathology 82(12): 1414-1417

Leaf age, decline in photosynthesis, and changes in abscisic acid, indole-3-acetic acid, and cytokinin in cotton leaves. Field Crops Research 32(3-4): 269-275

Leaf ageing and plateau effects on seasonal pressure-volume relationships in three sclerophyllous Quercus species in south-eastern USA. Functional Ecology 6(3): 353-360

Leaf allozyme variation in cultivated and wild olive trees (Olea europaea L.). Journal of Heredity 84(1): 34-42

Leaf amino acid contents, isozyme patterns, and anatomy of aphid resistant muskmelons. Memoirs of the College of Agriculture, Ehime University 36(1): 229-242

Leaf anatomy and water relations in tropical elfin cloud forest tree species. Structural and functional responses to environmental stresses: water shortage XIV International Botanical Congress, Berlin, 24 July 1 August 1987: 243-253

Leaf anatomy in three cultivars of rape (Brassica napus L.) during the ontogenetic cycle. Annali della Facolta di Agraria, Universita degli Studi di Perugia 1993; 44(1): 451-464

Leaf anatomy of Cinnamomum Schaeffer (Lauraceae) with special reference to oil and mucilage cells. Blumea 37(1): 1-30

Leaf anatomy of an Arbutus taxon from Yugoslavia. Kew Bulletin 47(3): 535-543

Leaf anatomy of the Melastomataceae, Memecylaceae, and Crypteroniaceae. Blumea 37(1): 189-225

Leaf anatomy of three seasonally dimorphic subshrubs. Acta Oecologica 11(2): 291-296

Leaf anatomy, chloroplast organization and photosynthetic rate of hyperhydric Eucalyptus saligna Sm. material. South African Journal of Botany 59(5): 551-555

Leaf and flower head flavonoids of Achillea millefolium L. subspecies. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 21(5): 607-611

Leaf and root growth dynamics in Eucalyptus globulus seedlings grown in drying soil. Trees (Berlin) 8(1): 1-8

Leaf and shoot morphology of extant Afrocarpus, Nageia and Retrophyllum (Podocarpaceae) species, and species with similar leaf arrangement, from tertiary sediments in Australia. Australian Systematic Botany 5(3): 337-358

Leaf and spikelet primordia initiation in salt-stressed wheat. Crop Science 33(6): 1286-1294

Leaf and stem quantitative anatomy of two Ipomoea. Revista de Agricultura Piracicaba 67(1): 35-48

Leaf architecture and its importance in Tephrosia Pers. Beitraege zur Biologie der Pflanzen 67(1): 101-118

Leaf architecture in Palmae - II. Phoenicoid and nypoid Palms. Biovigyanam 16(2): 90-101

Leaf architecture in some Amaranthaceae. Feddes Repertorium 105(1-2): 37-44

Leaf architecture of the woody dicotyledons from tropical and subtropical China. Leaf architecture of the woody dicotyledons from tropical and subtropical China: ix + 414 pp.

Leaf area and CO2-assimilation in apple cultivars as dependent upon nutrient supply. Erwerbsobstbau 35(2): 46-49

Leaf area and net photosynthesis during development of Prunus serotina seedlings. Tree Physiology 12(1): 55-69

Leaf area and water flux in apple trees. Journal of Horticultural Science 68(2): 299-307

Leaf area constant for soybean variety JS-81-607. Annals of Plant Physiology 6(2): 282-284

Leaf area consumed by chrysomelids on beans. Ciencias de la Agricultura ( 39): 39-43

Leaf area determination in Coffea arabica L. Journal of Coffee Research 21(2): 109-117

Leaf area determination in muskmelon. Progressive Horticulture 1993; 22(1-4): 204-205

Leaf area estimation in cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum L.). South Indian Horticulture 41(4): 239-241

Leaf area estimation in dwarf white yam (Dioscorea rotundata) by linear measurements. Journal of Root Crops 18(2): 134-135

Leaf area index of rice as influenced by nitrogen levels and insecticides. Journal of Research Rajendra Agricultural University 6(1-2): 82-83

Leaf area measurement using hand scanner. Photosynthetica (Prague) 29(4): 625-630

Leaf area measurements by personal computer. Zbornik Biotehniske Fakultete Univerze Edvarda Kardelja v Ljubljani, Kmetijstvo ( 57): 95-99

Leaf area measurements method for sugarcane crop. Cooperative Sugar 21(12): 861-862

Leaf area prediction models for shea butter tree (Butyrospermum parkii) from linear measurements. Nigerian Journal of Forestry 21(1-2): 68-69

Leaf area ratios for selected rangeland plant species. Great Basin Naturalist 52(3): 237-244

Leaf area, growth and photosynthesis in relation to heterosis in tomato. Photosynthetica (Prague) 26(3): 449-454

Leaf area, xylem cycling and Ca status in apples. Acta Horticulturae ( 343): 89-91

Leaf azimuth in maize canopies. European Journal of Agronomy 1(2): 91-97

Leaf azimuth in maize: origin and effects on canopy patterns. European Journal of Agronomy 1(4): 227-233

Leaf blast (Bl)-leaf folder (LF) interactions in lowland rice. International Rice Research Notes 18(2): 26-27

Leaf blight and petiole rot of betelvine caused by Rhizoctonia solani. Indian Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology 21(3): 291

Leaf blight of Dichondra repens in Australia caused by Alternaria dichondrae. Australasian Plant Pathology 23(1): 8-10

Leaf blight of Dioscorea composita from north east India. Journal of the Assam Science Society 34(2): 25-27

Leaf blight of Lespedeza spp. caused by Cladosporium vignae. Plant Disease 77(12): 1263

Leaf blight of coconut caused by Pestalosphaeria elaeidis (Booth & Robertson) Vander AA - a new record. Agricultural Research Journal of Kerala 27(1-2): 61-62

Leaf blight of onion caused by Alternaria state of Pleospora infectoria. Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities 17(2): 353

Leaf blight of onions in Barbados caused by Xanthomonas campestris. Plant Disease 77(2): 198-201

Leaf blight resistance in carrot somaclones. Acta Horticulturae ( 336): 399-404

Leaf blotch of spring barley and winter rye cultivated in crop rotation and many years monocultures. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae, Facultas Agronomica 36(2-4): 247-252

Leaf canopy display, stomatal conductance, and photosynthesis in seedlings of three tropical pioneer tree species subjected to drought. Canadian Journal of Botany 70(12): 2334-2338

Leaf carbon and nitrogen constituents of some actinorhizal tree species. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 26(5): 649-653

Leaf catalase mRNA and catalase-protein levels in a high-catalase tobacco mutant with o(2)-resistant photosynthesis. Plant Physiology 97(4): 1592-1595

Leaf change and fruit production in six neotropical Moraceae species. Journal of ecology 79(1): 1-26

Leaf characteristic variation in hybrid lovegrass populations. Crop Science 34(3): 679-684

Leaf characteristics of different wheat genotypes. Savremena Poljoprivreda 39(4): 41-46

Leaf characters of various tea clones in relation to quality. South African Journal of Plant & Soil 9(4): 217-219

Leaf chlorophyll and leaf relative water content (RWC) of Assam lemon (Citrus limon Burm) as affected by organic mulches. South Indian Horticulture 41(4): 225-226

Leaf chloroplasts and seed yield of dry beans grown on high-pH calcareous soil following foliar iron sprays. HortScience 27(9): 983-985

Leaf conductance and rate of crop transpiration of greenhouse grown sweet pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) as affected by carbon dioxide. Scientia Horticulturae 52(4): 283-301

Leaf conductances and xylem pressures of the host/mistletoe pair Eucalyptus behriana F. Muell. and Amyema miquelii (Lehm. ex Miq.) Tiegh. at permanently low plant water status in the field. Trees: Structure and Function 8(2): 110-114

Leaf consumption and utilization by Aproaerema modicella Deventer on groundnut varieties. Journal of Insect Science 5(1): 75-76

Leaf consumption and weight loss prior to leaf fall in tropical rainforest. Nigerian Journal of Forestry 21(1-2): 7-12

Leaf consumption by larvae of the Colorado potato beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) infected with the entomopathogen, Beauveria bassiana. Journal of Economic Entomology 87(1): 67-71

Leaf curl of peach. Zashchita Rastenii Moskva ( 12): 23-24

Leaf curl virus disease of tomato and its management. Vatika from the Seed and Plant People ( 2): 5-21

Leaf cuticle variations in Leucaena leucocephala as indicators of environmental pollution. Leucaena Research Reports 13: 62-64

Leaf development in Lolium temulentum: photosynthesis and photosynthetic proteins in leaves senescing under different irradiances. Plant and Cell Physiology 34(3): 391-399

Leaf development in eight related grasses. Journal of Agricultural Science 123(1): 41-46

Leaf dimorphism and the nature of cotyledons in Nelumbo (Nelumbonaceae). Botanicheskii Zhurnal 77(12): 1-6

Leaf dry matter production - a parameter for estimating leaf area in sesamum (Sesamum indicum) variety Thilothamma. Agricultural Science Digest Karnal 13(2): 73-74

Leaf dry weight and area relationship to estimate the leaf area of some arid zone tree species. Annals of Forestry 1(2): 154-158

Leaf eating caterpillars of secondary importance on oil palm, a potential risk in plantations. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Plant Protection in the Tropics ( 4): 77-87

Leaf emergence, tiller growth, and apical development of nitrogen-deficient spring wheat. Crop Science 33(1): 154-160

Leaf epidermal features of four Philippine plants as indicators of cement dust pollution. Philippine Journal of Science 120(3): 249-267

Leaf epidermal structure of native grasses of the subtropical semi-arid woodland of Tucuman, Argentina. Revista Argentina de Produccion Animal 10(5): 345-354

Leaf epidermal studies in the genus Datura Linn. (Solanaceae). Phytomorphology 42(3-4): 209-217

Leaf essential oil of Austrobaileya scandens C. White. Journal of Essential Oil Research 6(3): 301-303

Leaf essential oils of the Australian members of the genus Zygogynum. Journal of Essential Oil Research 6(4): 353-361

Leaf expansion and carbon assimilation in cotton leaves grown at two photosynthetic photon flux densities. American Journal of Botany 81(6): 711-717

Leaf expansion, photosynthesis and water relations of sunflower plants grown on compacted soil. Plant and Soil 149(2): 175-184

Leaf export and partitioning changes induced by short-term inhibition of phloem transport. Journal of Experimental Botany 44(266): 1491-1496

Leaf feeding resistance to multiple insect species in a maize diallel. Crop Science 32(6): 1460-1463

Leaf flavonoids of Actinidia. Biochemical Systematics & Ecology 22(3): 277-286

Leaf flushing phenology and herbivory in a tropical dry deciduous forest, southern India. Oecologia (Heidelberg) 94(1): 114-119

Leaf formation in cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) as influenced by fruit load, light and temperature. Gartenbauwissenschaft 58(3): 124-129

Leaf gas exchange characteristics, daily carbon and water balances of the host/mistletoe pair Eucalyptus behriana F. Muell. and Amyema miquellii (Lehm. ex Miq.) Tiegh. at permanently low plant water status in the field. Trees: Structure and Function 7(1): 1-7

Leaf gas exchange of Andropogon gerardii Vitman, Panicum virgatum L., and Sorghastrum nutans (L.) Nash in a tallgrass prairie. Journal of Geophysical Research 97(D17): 18837-18844

Leaf gas exchange of beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) seedlings in light flecks: effects of fleck length and leaf temperature in leaves grown in deep and partial shade. Trees: Structure and Function 7(3): 160-168

Leaf glucosinolate profiles and their relationship to pest and disease resistance in oilseed rape. Euphytica 63(1-2): 71-83

Leaf growth and canopy development in chickpea. Proceedings Annual Conference Agronomy Society of New Zealand 22: 121-125

Leaf growth and development of productive and qualitative parameters of sugarbeet affected by Cercospora. Sementi Elette 36(1): 25-29

Leaf growth and photosynthetic response to nitrogen and phosphorus in seedling trees of Gmelina arborea. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 20(1): 83-98

Leaf growth dynamics and herbivory in five species of Australian rain-forest canopy trees. Journal of Ecology 80(3): 433-447

Leaf growth pattern in evergreen and deciduous species of the central Himalaya, India. International Journal of Biometeorology 36(4): 233-242

Leaf growth responses to ABA are temperature dependent. Journal of Experimental Botany 45(276): 903-907

Leaf growth, photosynthesis and tissue water relations of greenhouse-grown Eucalyptus marginata seedlings in response to water deficits. Tree Physiology 14(6): 633-646

Leaf harvesting - an important factor in the formation of semi-natural grasslands in Ahvenanmaa. Svensk Botanisk Tidskrift 86(2): 63-75

Leaf illumination and root cooling inhibit bean leaf expansion by decreasing turgor pressure. Journal of Experimental Botany 45(273): 415-422

Leaf impressions belonging to the Tertiary age of north-east India. Phytomorphology 41(1/2): 139-146

Leaf infection and tissue colonization by Phytophthora infestans in potatoes under the influence of increasing dosages of metalaxyl. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 96(6): 585-603

Leaf Isoprene Emission Rate Is Dependent on Leaf Development and the Level of Isoprene Synthase. Plant Physiology 101(2): 435-440

Leaf litter decomposition and nutrient release in a maquis (evergreen sclerophyllous) ecosystem of North-Eastern Greece. Pedobiologia 37(2): 65-71

Leaf litter decomposition and pattern of nutrient release in a Populus deltoides Marsh plantation. Van Vigyan 29(3): 175-179

Leaf litter production of the dry deciduous forest ecosystem of eastern Gir (Gujarat). Indian Forester 119(5): 375-380

Leaf margin beetle control by means of seed coating in field beans. Prophyta 44(5): 112-115

Leaf margin necroses in Saintpaulia ionantha. Who can give further help?. Gb + Gw, Gartnerborse und Gartenwelt 92(42): 2100-2101

Leaf miner damage assessment experiments in laboratory and field with Scaptomyza flava. Proceedings of the Forty Sixth New Zealand Plant Protection Conference, 10-12 August 1993: 45-48

Leaf miner, Bilobata (Stomopteryx) subsecivella Zeller (Gelechiidae: Lepidoptera) incidence in soybean cultivars in northern Orissa. Orissa Journal of Agricultural Research 2(3-4): 227-229

Leaf mineral composition of apple tree: sampling date and effects of cultivar and rootstock. Journal of Plant Nutrition 15(5): 605-619

Leaf miners - dangerous pests of greenhouse crops (review). Vedeckotechnicky Rozvoj v Zemedelstvi ( 5): 36 pp.

Leaf nitrogen content and minimum temperature interactions affect radiation-use efficiency in peanut. Crop Science 33(3): 476-481

Leaf nitrogen contents and nutritional status of sugarbeet. Results of a survey carried out at 46 farms in the Ferrara region. Industria Saccarifera Italiana 86(1): 7-12

Leaf nitrogen dynamics with particular reference to retranslocation in evergreen and deciduous tree species of Kumaun Himalaya. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23(3): 349-357

Leaf nitrogen, photosynthesis and crop productivity in Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus L.). Inulin and inulin containing crops: 39-44

Leaf nutrient analysis in Salix viminalis (L.) energy forest stands growing on agricultural land. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde 156(4): 349-356

Leaf nutrient composition of sweet orange as affected by combined use of bio and chemical fertilizers. South Indian Horticulture 41(3): 131-134

Leaf nutrient concentration of some banana cultivars as influenced by organic mulches. Acta Horticulturae ( 296): 113-117

Leaf orientation and the response of the xanthophyll cycle to incident light. Oecologia (Berlin) 90(3): 404-410

Leaf osmotic potential decrease: a possible cause of mortality of greenhouse whitefly eggs. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. October; 691: 1-4

Leaf palmitic acid as a possible parameter for early selection of potentially high yielding oil palms. Menara Perkebunan 59(3): 81-85

Leaf peroxidase and catechol oxidase polymorphism and the identification of commercial apple varieties. New Zealand Journal of Crop & Horticultural Science 21(2): 207-210

Leaf peroxisomes are directly transformed to glyoxysomes during senescence of pumpkin cotyledons. Protoplasma 175(3-4): 131-137

Leaf photosynthesis and chlorophyll fluorescence in a chlorophyll-deficient soybean mutant. Photosynthetica (Prague) 29(1): 103-112

Leaf photosynthesis and chloroplast senescence patterns in wheat flag leaves during grain filling. Photosynthetica (Prague) 25(1): 33-37

Leaf Photosynthesis and Respiration of High CO(2)-Grown Tobacco Plants Selected for Survival under CO(2) Compensation Point Conditions. Plant Physiology 98(3): 949-954

Leaf photosynthesis is resistant to a mild drought stress. Photosynthetica (Prague) 27(3): 295-309

Leaf polysaccharides. 4. Xyloglucan from leaves of aspen. Khimiya Drevesiny ( 2): 103-106, 128

Leaf posture, grain yield, growth, leaf structure, and carbon isotope discrimination in wheat. Crop Science 33(6): 1273-1279

Leaf potassium as an index of salt tolerance in paddy. National Academy Science Letters 14(4): 161-164

Leaf production, reproductive patterns, field germination and seedling survival in Chamaedorea bartlingiana, a dioecious understory palm. Oecologia (Heidelberg) 92(2): 250-256

Leaf protein and isozymic variation in Chenopodium album L. Nucleus (Calcutta) 35(1): 58-63

Leaf protein concentrate (LPC) from cassava and fodder beet as a protein source for rabbits. Egyptian Journal of Rabbit Science 2(2): 123-133

Leaf pubescence effects in wheat on yellow sugarcane aphids and greenbugs (Homoptera: Aphididae). Journal of Economic Entomology 87(1): 231-240

Leaf regulation of the nitrogen concentration in the grain of wheat plants. Journal of Experimental Botany 44(267): 1607-1612

Leaf removal and terminal bud size affect the fruiting habits of cranberry. Hortscience 29(9): 997-998

Leaf removal for control of Botrytis bunch rot of wine grapes in the midwestern United States. Plant Disease 77(12): 1224-1227

Leaf responses to Fe deficiency: a review. Journal of Plant Nutrition 15(10): 1699-1713

Leaf responses to soil water deficits: comparative sensitivity of leaf expansion rate and leaf conductance in field-grown sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.). Plant and Soil 153(2): 189-194

Leaf rust of coffee. Plant diseases of international importance Volume IV Diseases of sugar, forest, and plantation crops: 190-201

Leaf rust of wheat and its presence in Chile. Ciencia e Investigacion Agraria 18(3): 119-127

Leaf rust on sissoo. Banko Janakari 2(4): 414

Leaf rust resistance in wheat. Jacobs, Th [Editor], Parlevliet, J E [Editor] Current Plant Science and Biotechnology in Agriculture; Durability of disease resistance 235-237

Leaf rust, Septoria leaf blotch and fungicide effects on wheat. Arkansas Farm Research 42(6): 3-5

Leaf rust-resistance genes Lr41, Lr42, and Lr43 transferred from Triticum tauschii to common wheat. Crop Science 34(2): 339-343

Leaf sampling technique for nutritional diagnosis in custard apple. Indian Journal of Horticulture 50(1): 1-4

Leaf scald disease of sugarcane. Plant diseases of international importance Volume IV Diseases of sugar, forest, and plantation crops: 27-40

Leaf scald disease symposium held at Belle Glade, Florida. Sugar Journal 55(3): 26-28

Leaf scald of sugarcane in Taiwan. Taiwan Sugar 40(4): 8-16

Leaf scorch (Kabatiella caulivora (Kirch.) Kirk.) of subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum L.): influence of host cultivar, growth stage and pathogen isolates on the disease severity. Euphytica 61(3): 181-186

Leaf senescence and membrane lipid peroxidation in sugarcane. Acta Agronomica Sinica 18(2): 111-115

Leaf senescence in juvenile ivy. Plant Physiology & Biochemistry (Paris) 30(1): 119-122

Leaf senescence in kapur (Dryobalanops aromatica, Dipterocarpaceae) under different canopy conditions. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 4(4): 275-280

Leaf shape, stomata density and photosynthetic rate of the common oak leaves. Biologia Plantarum (Prague) 33(6): 495-500

Leaf silvering of squash: a brief review. Report Cucurbit Genetics Cooperative ( 16): 75-76

Leaf size selection by insects: a phenomenon created by random sampling. Oikos. February; 691: 119-124

Leaf specific mass confounds leaf density and thickness. Oecologia (Berlin) 88(4): 486-493

Leaf spot and blight of Dieffenbachia amoena caused by Pseudomonas marginalis pv. marginalis. Plant Pathology 43(5): 941-943

Leaf spot disease of cowpea caused by Septoria vignae. Indian Phytopathology 46(1): 95

Leaf spot disease of red-sanders Pterocarpus santalinus L. caused by Cylindrocladium scoparium. Indian Forester 120(4): 378-379

Leaf spot diseases on certain cereal forage crops in Egypt. Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor 28(3): 1505-1523

Leaf spot of arrowhead caused by Cylindrocarpon chiayiense in Taiwan. Plant Protection Bulletin (Taichung) 34(3): 175-179

Leaf spot of azalea (Rhododendron simsii Planch. var. Ambrosiana) caused by Pestalotiopsis guepini (Desm.) Steyaert. Revista de la Facultad de Agronomia Universidad de Buenos Aires 12(3): 227-232

Leaf spot of carnation caused by Cladosporium echinulatum in Hawaii. Plant Disease 77(4): 428

Leaf spot of cocksfoot caused by the fungus Rhynchosporium orthosporum Caldwell. Hodowla Roslin, Aklimatyzacja i Nasiennictwo 36(5-6): 35-45

Leaf spot of groundnut caused by Sclerotium rolfsii Sacc. Journal of Oilseeds Research 8(1): 127

Leaf spot pathogens (Helminthosporium ssp.) on seeds of diploid and tetraploid (Lolium perenne) cultivars. Ploidy and chromosome manipulation in forage breeding Proceedings of the 17th meeting of the Fodder Crops Section of EUCARPIA, Alghero, Italy, 14-18 October 1991: ; 151-152

Leaf spot, defoliation and anthracnose of jatoba (Hymenaea spp.) caused by Erythrogloeum hymenaeae. Fitopatologia Brasileira 17(1): 106-109

Leaf structure and photosynthetic relationships in Cucumis sativus var. sativus and Cucumis sativus var. hardwickii. Report Cucurbit Genetics Cooperative ( 16): 10-13

Leaf surface microflora may significantly affect studies on foliar uptake of chemicals. Botanica Acta 105(5): 345-347

Leaf surface wax as a possible resistance factor of barley to cereal aphids. Applied Entomology & Zoology 24(3): 295-301

Leaf temperature affects resistance to the Banks grass mite (Acari: Tetranychidae) on drought-resistant grain sorghum. Journal of Economic Entomology 85(6): 2170-2184

Leaf temperature and water stress in strawberry. Acta Horticulturae ( 345): 55-61

Leaf thickness affects the estimation of leaf N using a chlorophyll meter. International Rice Research Newsletter 17(6): 19-20

Leaf transpiration, diffusion resistance, temperature and relative humidity of toria (Brassica campestris var. toria) under different irrigation schedules and rates of nitrogen. Research and Development Reporter 10(1-2): 68-80

Leaf trichomes, food quality and digestive efficiency in growth of Lophoceramica pyrrha. Southwestern Entomologist 17(4): 333-339

Leaf unfolding rate in Begonia X hiemalis. HortScience 27(2): 109-110

Leaf water potential and relative water content variation in creeping bentgrass clones. Crop Science 33(6): 1350-1353

Leaf water potential and stomatal conductance in Quercus pyrenaica Willd. forests: vertical gradients and response to environmental factors. Tree Physiology 14(7_9): 1039-1047

Leaf water potential, stomatal resistance, photosynthesis and leaf longevity in cassava genotypes under water stress. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry New Delhi 19(2): 99-102

Leaf water potential-leaf water deficit relationship for ten species of a semiarid grassland community. Plant & Soil 160(1): 105-112

Leaf water relations, osmotic adjustment, cell membrane stability, epicuticular wax load and growth as affected by increasing water deficits in sorghum. Journal of Experimental Botany 43(257): 1569-1576

Leaf water status and root system water flux of shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata Mill.) seedlings in relation to new root growth after transplanting. Tree Physiology 11(3): 289-303

Leaf waxes and postharvest quality of Eucalyptus foliage. Journal of Horticultural Science 68(6): 939-946

Leaf weight-based linear model for leaf area prediction in chickpea. Annals of Plant Physiology 6(2): 172-177

Leaf-age dependent electron transport with p-phenylenediamine in wheat chloroplasts. Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin 48(4): 42-45

Leaf-battery: a new low-power source. National Academy Science Letters 12(10): 347-349

Leaf-inhabiting hyphomycetes of Haryana-I. Plant Protection Bulletin Faridabad 44(4): 21-24

Leaf-level and whole-plant gas exchange characteristics of shortleaf pine exposed to ozone and simulated acid rain. Tree Physiology 14(4): 361-374

Leaf-litter accretion and decomposition in interior and coastal old-growth redwood stands. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23(3): 552-557

Leaf-litter thrips found in Jinmuji Forest, the Miura Peninsula, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan (Thysanoptera). Japanese Journal of Entomology, 601: 157-173

Leaf-mining Lepidoptera (Nepticulidae, Bucculatricidae, Gracillariidae) from Ulmus in northern Caspiya (Kaspia). Tijdschrift voor Entomologie, 1341: 69-73

Leaf-shape effects in electromagnetic wave scattering from vegetation. IEEE Transactions of Geoscience and Remote Sensing 27(6): 687-697

Leaf:stem ratio as an indicator of grass forage value. Range Management and Agroforestry 12(2): 129-131

Leafhoppers and their natural enemies. Technical Bulletin Project Directorate of Biological Control, ICAR ( 6): 65 pp.

Leaflet drop in the Leucaena genus. Leucaena Research Reports 11: 118-120

Leaflet surfaces of blackspot-resistant and susceptible roses and their reactions to fungal invasion. HortScience 27(2): 133-135

Leafminers (Diptera; Agromyzidae) new to the Belgian fauna. Bulletin and Annales de la Societe Royale Belge d' Entomologie 130(1-3): 53-57

Leafroll spread in New Zealand vineyards. Australian and New Zealand Wine Industry Journal 8(4): 322-324

Leafroller and codling moth flights in Central Otago. Orchardist of New Zealand 65(9): 21

Leafy Cotyledon Mutants of Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 6(8): 1049-1064

Leafy oriental greens: tailor made for the organic market?. New Farmer and Grower ( 33): 25-28

Leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula) cell cultures for screening deleterious rhizobacteria. Weed Science 42(2): 310-315

Leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula) control with fall-applied imazapyr, imazaquin, and imazethapyr. Weed Technology 8(1): 58-63

Leafy spurge control with glyphosate plus 2,4-D: a regional research project. Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science, Seattle, Washington, USA, 12-14 March 1991 44: 33-35

Leakage detection of liquids endangering water systems. Deutsche Milchwirtschaft Hildesheim 43(51-52): 1765-1768

Leakage of phosphorus and phytic acid from imbibing seeds and grains. Seed Science Research 4(2): 97-102

Leakage of transaminases during preservation of buck semen. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 63(9): 963-965

Leakage sites of electrolytes from susceptible apple leaf cells treated with AM-toxin I of Alternaria alternata apple pathotype. Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 59(5): 563-567

Lean beef and beef fat interact to enhance nonheme iron absorption in rats. Journal of Nutrition 123(8): 1429-1434

Lean beef production from cull cows treated with bovine somatotropin. Highlights of Agricultural Research, Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station 40(4): 12

Lean in red alder: its effects on product volume and quality. Forest Products Journal 40(11-12): 31-34

Lean production - is it a model for forestry too?. Beitrage fur Forstwirtschaft und Landschaftsokologie 27(2): 57-62

Lean-body-mass composition and resting energy expenditure before and after long-term overfeeding. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 56(5): 840-847

Leaner employment in agricultural processing and marketing. FoodReview 15(2): 16-18

Learn how to diagnose foliar nematodes. GrowerTalks 56(11): 63, 65, 67

Learn to work with commodity exchanges: you have come to the exchange. Zemledelie ( 3): 19-23

Learned control of meal size in spontaneously obese and nonobese bonnet macaque monkeys. Physiology & Behavior 53(1): 51-57

Learned odour preferences in the parasitoid Cotesia glomerata. Norwegian Journal of Agricultural Sciences ( SUPP16): 261-267

Learned preference and aversion for complete and isoleucine-devoid diets in rats. Physiology & Behavior 53(3): 485-494

Learning affects response to volatile allelochemicals by predatory mites. Sommeijer, M J And J Van Der Blom (Ed ) Proceedings Of The Section Of Experimental And Applied Entomology Netherlands Entomological Society, Vol 1; Meeting, Utrecht, Netherlands, December 15, 1989 Vi+198p Nederlandse Entomologische Vereniging (N E V ): Amsterdam, Netherlands Illus Maps Paper 31-36

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Learning by doing: developing a programme planning method in Morocco. Public Administration and Development 13(3): 261-270

Learning by parametric modeling: hydrologic investigations of Utah mountain catchments. Recent advances in the modeling of hydrologic systems: 571-587

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Learning experiments with the solitary bee Osmia rufa. Mitteilungen der Schweizerischen Entomologischen Gesellschaft 63: 99-103

Learning foraging tasks by bees: a comparison between social and solitary species. Animal Behaviour 42(2): 269-276

Learning from six reasons why farmers do not adopt innovations intended to improve sustainability of upland agriculture. Agricultural Systems 46(4): 409-425

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Learning to lend: informal credit and savings schemes in Bangladesh. Working Papers Save the Children Overseas Department ( 5): 49pp

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Lemon tree borer damage on persimmon. Proceedings of the Forty Fifth New Zealand Plant Protection Conference: 141-142

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Length effect in a correlated element model of tensile strength. Forest products journal 42(2): 53-56

Length growth and diameter relationships of Merino wool fibres. Wool Technology and Sheep Breeding 40(2): 52-55

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Length measurement of fish by computer vision. Computers & Electronics in Agriculture 8(2): 93-104

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Length of life of queens in honey bee colonies. American Bee Journal 133(10): 723-724

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Length-slope factors for the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation: simplified method of estimation. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 47(5): 423-428

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Lengths of truncated forms of apolipoprotein B (APOB) determine their intestinal production. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 189(2): 1069-1076

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Lepeophtheirus salmonis - a possible vector in the spread of diseases on salmonids. Bulletin of the European Association of Fish Pathologists 11(6): 213-216

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Lepidopterous cabbage pests and their parasitoids in Erzurum. Proceedings of the Second Turkish National Congress of Biological Control: 319-330

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Leprosy control programme in Thailand. Nihon Rai Gakkai Zasshi 60(2): 85-96

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Leprosy; another possible source of transmission. International Journal of Leprosy and Other Mycobacterial Diseases 61(2): 296-297

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Leptospira hardjo infection in sheep. Veterinary Record 134(11): 283-283

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Leptospiral abortion in horses in central Kentucky. Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (36): 397-402

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Leptospiral infections in horses according to the serological results of the microagglutination test. Prvi Slovenski Veterinarski Kongres Portoroz, 18-20 november 1993 Zbornik 1: 295-299

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Lesion nematode damage in Hluhluwe-influence of the environment. Inligtingsbulletin Instituut vir Tropiese en Subtropiese Gewasse ( 253): 6-7

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Lesions caused by natural infection with Streptococcus suis type 9 in weaned pigs. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 6(3): 335-341

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Lesions in the carcasses and viscera of very young slaughter calves condemned at post-mortem meat inspection. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 42(4): 121-127

Lesions in the female reproductive organs of buffalo. Indian Veterinary Journal 70(3): 258-260

Lesions in the stomachs of stunted piglets 1-14 days of age. Buletinul Institutului Agronomic Cluj Napoca Seria Zootehnie si Medicina Veterinara 46: 155-161

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Less lead and tin in canned goods. Var Foda 43(6): 312-316

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Less salt in Edam cheese. Reducing salt content under industrial manufacturing conditions. Forschungs Report, Ernahrung, Landwirtschaft, Forsten ( 7): 5

Less tax - more marketing - a recipe for tourism success. Hotel and Catering Review 24(5): 38-39

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Less well known tropical fruits. Agribusiness Worldwide 15(4): 6-12

Less-known medicinal uses of plants from Mewat (District-Gurgaon), Haryana, India. Economic Botany 45(3): 435-436

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Lessons from chemical risk assessment. Risk assessment in genetic engineering: 297-318

Lessons from institutional building in Kenya. Public Administration and Development 14(2): 153-168

Lessons from lethal albino mice. Current Opinion in Genetics and Development 3(2): 259-264

Lessons from livestock development programmes of the World Bank-assisted agricultural development project in Ayangba, Nigeria. International Journal of Environmental Studies 38(4): 263-271

Lessons from main feeding experiments conducted at CATIE using fodder trees as part of the N-ration. FAO Animal Production and Health Paper ( 102): 161-175

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Lessons from on-farm experimentation into the nutritional requirements of lucerne in eastern Gansu, China. Proceedings International Conference on Farming Systems on the Loess Plateau of China: 209-216

Lessons from recent discussions on liberalization of the Japanese beef trade. Food Policy Study ( 75): 6-47

Lessons from the past and present attempts to develop sustainable land use systems. Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics 60(2 (II)): 277-284

Lessons in Landcare: Australia's model for a better farming future. Lessons in Landcare: Australia' s model for a better farming future: 20pp.

Lessons in technology transfer. World Agriculture 1993: 185-187

Lessons in upland farmer participation: the case of enriched fallow technology in Jaro, Leyte, Philippines. Forests, Trees and People Newsletter ( 14): 10-13

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Lessons learned from community financing of water and sanitation systems. Water International 17(4): 172-174

Lessons learnt from the establishment of new production relationships. Zootekhniya ( 9): 13-18

Lessons of the sugar muddle. Economic and Political Weekly 29(24): 1438-1439

Lessons on watershed-management research. Indian Journal of Agronomy 37(1): 147-148

Lessons to be drawn from a herbicide trial programme in regards to annual ryegrass (Lolium rigidum) resistance. Proceedings of the 1st International Weed Control Congress (Vol. 2): 503-510

Lessons with children and young people: from gangways to beacons. Magglingen 51(7): 14-17

Let's talk about milk. An impression of milk processing in different countries. AT Source 20(3): 12-14

Lethal activity of a trehalase inhibitor, validoxylamine A, and its influence on the blood sugar level in Bombyx mori (Lepidoptera: Bombycidae). Applied Entomology and Zoology 28(3): 379-386

Lethal and antifeeding effects of carbofuran against the whitebacked planthopper, Sogatella furcifera (Horvath) (Homoptera: Delphacidae). Chinese Journal of Rice Science 6(3): 119-124

Lethal and sub-lethal toxicity of field simulated farm waste episodes to several freshwater invertebrate species. Water Research, 256: 661-671

Lethal and sublethal impacts of pyrethroid insecticides on amphibian embryos and tadpoles. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 12(3): 525-539

Lethal cerebrospinal elaphostrongylosis in a reindeer calf. Journal of Veterinary Medicine Series B 39(9): 668-671

Lethal chromosomal deletions in the mouse, a model system for the study of development and regulation of postnatal gene expression. Bioessays 13(11): 557-561

Lethal disease of coconut palm in Tanzania. 1. Comparison with other coconut diseases in East Africa. Oleagineux Paris 47(8-9): 511-515

Lethal disease of coconut palm in Tanzania. II. History, distribution and epidemiology. Oleagineux Paris 47(8-9): 516-522

Lethal disease of coconut palm in Tanzania. III. Low resistance of imported germplasm. Oleagineux Paris 47(12): 693-698

Lethal diseases of coconut, oil and raffia palm in Madagascar. FAO (Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations) Plant Protection Bulletin 41(1): 15-22

Lethal efficacy of cholecalciferol in comparison to other rodenticides against Rattus rattus Linn. Zeitschrift fuer Angewandte Zoologie 79(2): 243-247, 1992

Lethal exacerbation of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia in severe combined immunodeficiency mice after infection by pneumonia virus of mice. Journal of Experimental Medicine 177(4): 1193-1198

Lethal myiasis of Richardson's ground squirrels by the sarcophagid fly Neobellieria citellivora. Journal of Mammalogy 74(1): 148-155

Lethal ovule2 causes aberrant embryo sac development. Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter (68): 2-3

Lethal ratios: an optimized strategy for presentation of bioassay data generated from genetically engineered baculoviruses. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 62(2): 196-197

Lethal yellowing susceptibility of date palms in Florida. Principes 36(4): 217-222

Letrazuril therapy for cryptosporidiosis: clinical response and pharmacokinetics. Aids 7(3): 438-440

Letting milk be milk. Utah Science 52(4): 133

Letting room system and rural tourism. Fizetovendeglatas es falusi turizmus, vol II: 190pp.

Lettuce (Lactuca sativa L. cv. Romana Spring) response to urban compost fertilization. Agricoltura Mediterranea 122(1): 45-53

Lettuce genetics: inheritance, linkage, and epistasis. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 117(3): 504-507

Lettuce provides indication of pesticide use and residues. FoodReview 15(3): 2-5

Lettuce stand establishment in response to soil amendments and direct-seeding treatments. Hortscience 29(1): 22-24

Lettuce under glass with a high individual weight. Gartenbau Magazin 38(9): 12-13

Lettuce, Lactuca sativa. Variety: 'Impact'. Application no. 92/128. Plant Varieties Journal 5(1): 23, 16

Lettuce, Lactuca sativa. Variety: 'Magnum'. Application no. 92/031. Plant Varieties Journal 5(2): 24-25, 19

Lettuce. Monitoring nitrogen fertilization by rapid analysis of soil nitrogen. Infos Paris ( 72): 33-38, 48

Lettuce. Solarization reduces orange spot disease. Infos Paris ( 82): 31-34