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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 2459

Chapter 2459 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Phytic acid levels in seeds of Glycine max and G. soja as influenced by phosphorus status. Crop Science 33(6): 1300-1305

Phytic acid, polyphenols and potential nutrients in Brassica seeds. Pakistan Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research 36(1): 23-26

Phyto-sociological studies on broadleaved forest communities in the Tharandt area, near Dresden. Folia Geobotanica et Phytotaxonomica 27(1): 1-48

PhytoPRE - a comprehensive information and decision support system for late blight in potatoes. SP Rapport ( 7): 173-181

Phytoactive Eremophilanes Produced by the Weed Pathogen Drechslera gigantea. Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry 57(2): 236-239

Phytoalexin accumulation in Ornithopus sativus as a response to elicitor treatment. Zietschrift fuer Naturforschung Section C Journal of Biosciences 48(7-8): 550-555

Phytoalexin accumulation in the forage crop, Medicago sativa as defence against the soil-borne wilt pathogen Verticillium albo-atrum. Indian Phytopathology 45(1): 81-85

Phytoalexin assay in juvenile sorghum: an aid to breeding for anthracnose resistance. Crop Science 33(2): 243-248

Phytoalexin biosynthesis in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.). cDNA cloning and regulation of NADPH:isoflavone oxidoreductase (IFR). Mechanisms of plant defense responses: 320-323

Phytoalexin biosynthesis: stilbene synthase and co-action of a reductase with chalcone synthase. Mechanisms of plant defense responses: 257-267

Phytoalexin elicitor-active alpha -1,4-D-oligogalacturonides reduce auxin perception by plant cells and tissues. Progress in plant growth regulation: proceedings of the 14th international conference on plant growth substances, held in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on 21-26 July 1991: 517-521

Phytoalexin induction by leaf-surface fungi of tropical Rubiaceae. Ciencia e Cultura (Sao Paulo) 44(5): 342-344

Phytoalexin induction in green pepper cell cultures treated with arachidonic acid. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 36(6): 1417-1419

Phytoalexins and their involvement in the hypersensitive response to fungal pathogens. Agronomie (Paris) 9(6): 529-546

Phytoalexins from rice plants. Chemical Regulation of Plants 28(2): 145-153

Phytoalexins in sorghum - role in the interactions with phytopathogenic fungi. Summa Phytopathologica 19(1): 59-61

Phytoalexins induced by nematode attacks in some crop plants. PHM Revue Horticole ( 332): 19-22

Phytoalexins, benzoxazinones, N-aroylanthranilates and N-aroylanilines, from Fusarium-infected carnation stems. Phytochemistry 31(11): 3761-3767

Phytoavailability of phosphate adsorbed on ferrihydrite, hematite, and goethite. Plant & Soil 159(2): 219-225

Phytobacteriology of market vegetable cultivars. Rapport Annuel CIRAD Reunion: 74-75

Phytocartographical syntheses of the Czech Republic. 2. Fytokartograficke syntezy CR 2: 179 pp.

Phytochelatin concentrations and binding state of Cd in roots of maize genotypes differing in shoot/root Cd partitioning. Journal of Plant Physiology 142(5): 537-542

Phytochelatins and glucosinolates accumulation in seedlings of Brassica napus treated with cadmium chloride. Phyton Horn 1993; 32(3, special edition): 19-24

Phytochelatins in cadmium-sensitive and cadmium-tolerant Silene vulgaris. Plant Physiology (Rockville) 104(1): 255-261

Phytochelatins protect plant enzymes from heavy metal poisoning. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 31(8): 2663-2667

Phytochemical and analgesic investigation of Tabebuia chrysotricha. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 36(3): 249-251

Phytochemical and chemotaxonomic studies on seeds of Cactaceae, sub-family Cereoideae grown in Argentina. Biochemical Systematics & Ecology 22(1): 79-83

Phytochemical dictionary. A handbook of bioactive compounds from plants. Phytochemical dictionary A handbook of bioactive compounds from plants: viii + 791 pp.

Phytochemical evidence for the botanical origin of tropical propolis from Venezuela. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 34(1): 191-196

Phytochemical induction by herbivores. Phytochemical induction by herbivores: xix + 431 pp.

Phytochemical investigation of the corms of Colchicum ritchii (R.Br.). Egyptian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 33(5-6): 789-797

Phytochemical investigation of the green alga: Caulerpa racemosa (Forsskal) J. Agardh var. uvifera. Egyptian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 32(1-2): 29-37

Phytochemical investigation of the vegetative part of Glycyrrhiza glabra L., Part II. Egyptian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 32(1-2): 275-282

Phytochemical research on higher plants. V. The content of carotenoids, chlorophylls, nutrients and mineral elements in Taraxacum officinale L.(dandelion). Buletinul Universitatii de Stiinte Cluj Napoca Seria Agricultura si Horticultura 46(1): 93-99

Phytochemical resources for medicine and agriculture. Phytochemical resources for medicine and agriculture: viii + 445 pp.

Phytochemical studies of Gymnosporia montana leaf. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 55(6): 234-235

Phytochemical studies of Turkish Colchicum and Merendera species. Herba Hungarica 29(3): 64-68

Phytochemical studies on male and female flowers of Hagenia abyssinica by column chromatography, thin-layer chromatography and high-performance liquid chromatography. Analytical Proceedings 27(7): 178-179

Phytochemical studies on roots of Mucuna pruriens (Linn.) DC. Biovigyanam 17(2): 111-114

Phytochemical study of Dalbergia paniculata leaves. Fitoterapia 63(2): 187

Phytochemical study of varieties of essential oil rose as sources of preparations with vitamin P complex activity. Nauchnye Trudy Vsesoyuznyi Nauchno Issledovatel' skii Institut Farmatsii 29: 119-123

Phytochemical, analytical, microbiological, and pharmacological investigations of a Polish Avena sativa sort. Planta Medica 59(7 SUPPL ): A674

Phytochemical-induced responses, a vital factor governing insect host-parasite/predator interactions. Phytophaga Madras 4(2): 87-94

Phytochemistry and agriculture. Phytochemistry and agriculture: xxv + 390 pp.

Phytochemistry and systematics of the Euphorbiaceae. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 81(2): 380-401

Phytochemistry of Helichrysum picardii Boiss. & Reuter. Plantes Medicinales et Phytotherapie 24(4): 258-263

Phytochemistry of Pandanus - a reassessment. New Botanist 19(1-4): 101-104

Phytochrome A and Phytochrome B Have Overlapping but Distinct Functions in Arabidopsis Development. Plant Physiology 104(4): 1139-1149

Phytochrome A null mutants of Arabidopsis display a wild-type phenotype in white light. Plant Cell 5(7): 757-768

Phytochrome B and at Least One Other Phytochrome Mediate the Accelerated Flowering Response of Arabidopsis thaliana L. to Low Red/Far-Red Ratio. Plant Physiology 104(4): 1311-1315

Phytochrome control of chlorophyll and carotenoid synthesis in etiolated wheat seedlings: dark interval dependence between light pulses. Soviet Plant Physiology 40(2): 172-175

Phytochrome Control of the Development of Ascorbate Oxidase Activity in Mustard (Sinapis alba L.) Cotyledons. Plant Physiology 102(4): 1237-1241

Phytochrome evolution: a phylogenetic tree with the first complete sequence of phytochrome from a cryptogamic plant (Selaginella martensii Spring). Photochemistry and Photobiology 56(5): 751-758

Phytochrome genes and their expression. Kendrick, R E [Editor], Kronenberg, G H M [Editor] Photomorphogenesis in plants, 2nd edition 71-104

Phytochrome inhibits the effectiveness of gibberellins to induce cell elongation in rice. Planta 94(2): 256-263

Phytochrome is involved in the light-regulation of vindoline biosynthesis in catharanthus. Plant Physiology 100(2): 1029-1032

Phytochrome Levels in Light-Grown Avena Change in Response to End-of-Day Irradiations. Plant Physiology 99(4): 1708-1710

Phytochrome modulation of calcium fluxes in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) protoplasts. Plant Growth Regulation 12(3): 293-302

Phytochrome modulation of gibberellin metabolism in cowpea epicotyls. Progress in plant growth regulation Proceedings of the 14th international conference on plant growth substances, Amsterdam, 21-26 July, 1991: 585-590

Phytochrome mutants. Plant Journal 1(2): 133-139

Phytochrome regulation of pigment synthesis in golden thuja. Soviet Plant Physiology 40(1): 28-31

Phytochrome regulation of stem growth and indole-3-acetic acid levels in the lv and Lv genotypes of Pisum. Photochemistry & Photobiology 56(5): 677-684

Phytochrome states in etiolated pea seedlings: fluorescence and primary photoreactions at low temperatures. Photochemistry and Photobiology 56(5): 743-749

Phytochrome, temperature and carbohydrates control of phenolics accumulation in the leaves of Ricinus. Alexandria Journal of Agricultural Research 38(1): 387-400

Phytochrome-controlled level of growth substances in etiolated oat seedlings. Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae 61(3-4): 381-388

Phytochrome-mediated closure of Albizzia lophantha leaflets as affected by sorbitol, mannitol and fusicoccin. Physiologia Plantarum 91(2): 307-311

Phytochrome-mediated mitotic activity and induction of two-dimensional growth in gametophytes of Anemia phyllitidis (L.) Sw. Journal of Plant Physiology 141(4): 457-462

Phytochrome-mediated rapid changes in the level of phosphoinositides in etiolated leaves of Zea mays. Photochemistry & Photobiology 56(5): 691-695

Phytochrome-mediated regulation of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase synthesis in etiolated maize leaves. Photosynthetica (Prague) 28(1): 83-90

Phytochrome-regulated expression of the genes encoding the small GTP-binding proteins in peas. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 90(14): 6636-6640

Phytochromes: their molecular species, gene families, and functions. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology 44: 617-645

Phytoecdysteroid production by Ajuga reptans tissue cultures. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 32(2): 317-324

Phytoecdysteroids of Aerva lanata. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 28(1): 123-124

Phytoecdysteroids of Rhaponticum carthamoides. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 1992; 27(6): 712-713

Phytoecdysteroids of Rhaponticum carthamoides. III. Rhapisterone C. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 28(2): 198-200

Phytoecdysteroids of plants of the genus Serratula. Ajugasterone C 20,22-monoacetonide from Serratula wolffii. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 28(1): 59-63

Phytoecdysteroids of plants of the genus Silene. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 29(5): 551-557

Phytoecdysteroids of plants of the genus Silene. XVIII. from Silene brahuica. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 27(2): 207-209

Phytoecological characteristics of weed populations in sugar cane and banana plantations in Basse Terre (Guadeloupe). Weed Research Oxford 33(5): 383-395

Phytoene desaturase from Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology 103(4): 1475-1475

Phytoene desaturase: a biochemical target of many bleaching herbicides. Brighton crop protection conference, weeds Proceedings of an international conference, Brighton, UK, 22-25 November 1993 (Vol. 2): 713-722

Phytogeographic division of forest vegetation of the eastern Adriatic-Mediterranean region - a basis for managing Mediterranean forests. Glasnik za Sumske Pokuse, Posebno Izdanje ( 2): 53-67

Phytogeographical affinity and successional role of the woody flora of the pine-oak forests in the Chiapas highlands, Mexico. Acta Botanica Mexicana ( 21): 43-57

Phytogeographical analysis of the flora of the Pinus halepensis forests in the peninsula of Kassandra-Chalkidiki, NE Greece. Feddes Repertorium 103(1-2): 41-47

Phytogeographical aspects of the Greek mountain flora. Fragmenta Floristica et Geobotanica (Supplement 2, 2): 411-433

Phytogeographical links between Africa and southwest Asia. Contributiones selectae ad floram et vegetationem Orientis Proceedings of the Third Plant Life of Southwest Asia Symposium, Berlin 1990: 229-246

Phytogeographical outline of aquatic and wetland angiosperms in continental eastern North America. Aquatic Botany 44(2-3): 259-301

Phytogeography and history of the alpine-subalpine flora of northeastern Mexico. Biological diversity of Mexico: origins and distribution: 681-703

Phytogeography of Talamanca montane Quercus forests, Costa Rica. Journal of Biogeography 19(3): 299-315

Phytogeography of the woody flora of the lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas. Texas Journal of Science 45(2): 133-147

Phytogram characteristics of Pima cotton. Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Production Research Conferences: 44-48

Phytohelminths - virus vector family: Longidoridae. Fitogel' minty virusonositeli semeistva: Longidoridae 45: 284 pp.

Phytohemagglutinin gene expression during seed development of the runner bean, Phaseolus coccineus. Plant molecular biology: an international journal on molecular biology biochemistry and genetic engineering 20(5): 781-790

Phytohormones and calmodulin inhibitor in elongation growth of soybean hypocotyl segments. Progress in plant growth regulation Proceedings of the 14th international conference on plant growth substances, Amsterdam, 21-26 July, 1991: 703-706

Phytohormones and osmotic stress in the regulation of embryo-specific gene expression in Brassica napus microspore embryos. Progress in plant growth regulation Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Plant Growth Substances, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 21-26 July 1991: 354-359

Phytohormones formed by the nitrogen-fixing association of Azolla-Anabaena azollae. Doklady, Biochemistry 325(1-6): 149-151

Phytohormones, genome and properties. Ukrayins'kyi Botanichnyi Zhurnal 49(4): 81-90

Phytoindication analysis of temporal and spatial variation of light, trophic and moisture conditions in oak forest habitat. Fragmenta Floristica et Geobotanica 38(1): 173-182

Phytoindication of changes in the natural forests of the Moravian-Silesian Beskids in the course of the years 1952-1986. Ekologia (CSFR) 11(4): 355-367

Phytoindication of hydrogenous and haloid landscapes interrelations in Uzbekistan. Problems of Desert Development (2): 51-54

Phytoindicator characteristics of natural conditions on the outskirts of Sumy. Ukrainskii Botanichnii Zhurnal 48(5): 56-61

Phytolacca dodecandra (Phytolaccaceae) in Africa: geographical variation in leaf chemistry. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 18(6): 429-433

Phytolaccagenin and phytolaccagenic acid from berries, roots, leaves, and calli of Phytolacca dodecandra. Planta Medica 58(7 SUPPL 1): A684

Phytomass and productivity of four forests in the Peyresq alpine region (Haute-Provence, France). Belgian Journal of Botany 123(1-2): 103-116

Phytomass in tropical forest in Thailand, with description of a method for rapid calculation of phytomass on large areas. Holz Zentralblatt 118(11): 173-175

Phytometric characteristics of winter wheat growth. Acta Fytotechnica 48: 67-76

Phytomyza caulinaris Hering, an alternative host for the development of an open rearing system for parasitoids of Liriomyza species. Proceedings of the Section Experimental and Applied Entomology of the Netherlands Entomological Society ( 3): 31-39

Phytonematode fauna associated with ornamental plants in nurseries of Las Tunas Province. Proteccion de Plantas 1(3/4): 7-22

Phytonematode parasitism in ornamental Cactaceae. Ciencias de la Agricultura ( 36): 152

Phytonematodes associated with medicinal plants in the Estacion experimental de plantas medicinales Dr. Juan Tomas Roig of the Havana province. Proteccion de Plantas 1(2): 85-89

Phytonematodes of cotton (problems of taxonomy, ecology, zoogeography and control). Russian Journal of Nematology 1(2): 135

Phytonematodes of the family Hoplolaimidae and Tylenchidae (Nematoda) in Kamchatka. Parazity zhivotnykh i rastenii Sbornik nauchykh trudov: 109-115

Phytoparasitic nematode populations in Festuca arundinacea field plots in southwestern Missouri. Journal of Nematology 25(4 Supp): 900-906

Phytoparasitic nematodes associated with some forest plants around Dehradun, Uttar Pradesh, India. Annals of Plant Protection Sciences 1(2): 129-131

Phytoparasitic nematodes of the genus Xiphinema (Longidoridae) in Guyana and Martinique. Belgian Journal of Zoology 122(2): 147-183

Phytopathogenic bacteria in watermelon cultivars. FONAIAP Divulga 9(41): 17-19

Phytopathogenic bacterial plasmids and their use in genetic engineering. Genetic engineering, molecular biology and tissue culture for crop pest and disease management: 75-89

Phytopathogenic fungi found in leaves, flowers and fruits of Macleania rupestris (H.B.K.) L.C. Smith. Agronomia Colombiana 8(2): 257-260

Phytopathogenic fungi from the south east of Spain. I. Erysiphales (powdery mildews). Anales de Biologia 16: 87-93

Phytopathogenic microflora in stored beet. Listy Cukrovarnicke a Reparske 109(11): 278-283

Phytopathogenic prokaryotes 1962-1992 - an Australasian perspective. Australasian Plant Pathology 22(4): 113-121

Phytopathogenic soil fungi in reused irrigation water. Gb + Gw, Gartnerborse und Gartenwelt 90(6): 260-265

Phytopathological concepts: control or management of diseases? The disease or the crop or man?. Revista Mexicana de Fitopatologia 10(1): 24-28

Phytopathological condition of rice plantations in central Asia. Mikologiya i Fitopatologiya 27(3): 62-66

Phytopathological examination of fruit gardens in Azovskii district of the Rostov region in 1992. Mikologiya i Fitopatologiya 27(3): 67-71

Phytopathological problems and the protection of olive (diseases caused by pathogens). Difesa delle Piante 15(1-2): 101-114

Phytopathological problems in Brazilian silviculture. O desafio das florestas neotropicais, Brasil, Curitiba 7 a 12 Abril 1991 [coordinated by Seitz, RA]: 204-214

Phytopathological problems of apricots in Czechoslovakia. Acta Horticulturae ( 293): 503-510

Phytopathology, crop protection and environment. Informatore Fitopatologico 41(3): 9-15

Phytopathology. A. Cereal diseases. Zirai Mucadele Arastrma Yllg ( 22-23): 103-110

Phytopathology. B. Vegetable and fodder diseases. Zirai Mucadele Arastrma Yllg ( 22-23): 113-126

Phytopathology. C. Fruit and vine diseases. Zirai Mucadele Arastrma Yllg ( 22-23): 129-132

Phytopathology. D. Industrial and ornamental plant diseases. Zirai Mucadele Arastrma Yllg ( 22-23): 135-143

Phytophagous British insects and mites and their food-plant families: total numbers and polyphagy. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. July; 493: 257-276

Phytophagous and predatory mites of Madeira - II. Boletin de Sanidad Vegetal, Plagas 18(2): 469-482

Phytophagous gall-midges (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) damaging Hypericum perforatum in Armenia. Biologicheskii Zhurnal Armenii 43(5): 417-419

Phytophagous insect fauna of the introduced noxious weed Xanthium occidentale in northern Australia and its relevance to biological control. Environmental entomology 22(1): 254-261

Phytophagous insect faunas of Baccharis salicina, B. pteronioides, and B. bigelovii (Asteraceae) in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. Environmental Entomology 23(1): 47-57

Phytophagous insect faunas of Dicoria canescens and Iva axillaris, native relatives of ragweeds, Ambrosia spp., in southern California, with analyses of insect associates of Ambrosiinae. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 86(1): 37-50

Phytophagous insect species of the family Tephritidae (Diptera) registered in the Centaurea solstitialis L. (Asteraceae) flower heads. Zastita Bilja, 422: 127-136

Phytophagous insects on weeds in South Andaman. Journal of the Andaman Science Association 7(1-2): 53-61

Phytophagous insects that attack Larrea spp. (Zygophyllaceae) in Argentina and their potential for biocontrol of creosotebush (L. tridentata) in North America. Biological Control 3(1): 6-16

Phytophagous mites. Zashchita Rastenii Moskva ( 8): 35-37

Phytopharmacological influence of extracts of Allium cepa and Thymus vulgaris on the fungus Dothichiza populea. Topola ( 157-158): 15-18

Phytophotodermatitis, a botanical view. Lancet British edition 338(8771): 892

Phytophthora blight of West Indian holly. Plant Disease 78(78): 523-525

Phytophthora blight of eggplant. Indian Phytopathology 45(2): 262-264

Phytophthora blight of pigeonpea. Perspectives in mycology and plant pathology: 138-148

Phytophthora capsici Leonian, an organism that causes wilting of squash Cucurbita maxima (Duch.). Agricultura Tecnica Santiago 51(4): 353-355

Phytophthora cinnamomi in Shanghai and its possible origin. Mycopathologia 120(1): 29-32

Phytophthora citricola (Sawada) as causal agent of black root and crown rot of hop. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 99(5): 505-518

Phytophthora colocasiae Racib. - its taxonomy, physiology, pathology and control. Perspectives in mycological research volume II: 105-134

Phytophthora crown and root rot of mango detected in Philippine nurseries. Plant Disease 78(1): 100

Phytophthora cryptogea root rot of tomato in rockwool nutrient culture: III. Effect of root zone temperature on growth and yield of winter-grown plants. Annals of Applied Biology 123(3): 563-578

Phytophthora disease of English ivy in Taiwan. Plant Protection Bulletin Taipei 35(2): 149-155

Phytophthora diseases of citrus. Plant diseases of international importance Volume III Diseases of fruit crops: 250-269

Phytophthora diseases of ornamental plants in Araceae in Taiwan. Plant Pathology Bulletin 1(2): 79-89

Phytophthora hibernalis and P. syringae. Mycotaxon 47: 439-460

Phytophthora iranica, a new root pathogen of myrtle from Italy. Plant Disease 77(10): 1050-1055

Phytophthora leaf blight of flowering dogwood, Cornus florida L. Plant Pathology Circular Gainesville ( 359): 2 pp.

Phytophthora root rot and dieback of forest trees. Plant diseases of international importance Volume IV Diseases of sugar, forest, and plantation crops: 346-368

Phytophthora root rot of avocado. Plant diseases of international importance Volume III Diseases of fruit crops: 423-444

Phytophthora root rot of papaya. Plant diseases of international importance Volume III Diseases of fruit crops: 300-307

Phytophthora rot of baby's breath, Gypsophila paniculata L., caused by Phytophthora nicotianae var. parasitica and its chemical control. Proceedings of the Kanto Tosan Plant Protection Society ( 39): 157-160

Phytophthora sojae races in Ohio over a 10-year interval. Plant Disease 78(3): 269-276

Phytophthora tentaculata sp. nov. and Phytophthora cinnamoni var. parvispora var. nov., two new fungi from ornamental plants in Germany. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 100(3): 250-258

Phytophthora tolerance of systemic fungicides. Zashchita Rastenii Moskva ( 6): 28-29

Phytophthora wilt of baby's breath. Plant Pathology Bulletin 2(2): 106-110

Phytophthora-resistance in the Gross Lusewitz collection of wild and cultivated Solanum species and its use in breeding. Bericht uber die Arbeitstagung 1991 der "Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Saatzuchtleiter" im Rahmen der "Vereinigung osterreichischer Pflanzenzuchter", Gumpenstein, Osterreich, 26-28 November 1991: 259-264

Phytoplankton and submerged macrophytes in the aquatic ecosystems of the Danube Delta during the last decade. Hydrobiologia 243-244(0): 141-146

Phytoplankton utilization of phosphorus bound to suspended sediments from selected tributaries to Lake Geneva. Journal of Great Lakes Research 18(3): 372-389

Phytosanitary balance of winter wheat in 1992 by the EPIPRE advice system. Parasitica 48(4): 139-148

Phytosanitary effects of Bacillus subtilis as biocontrol agent. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen Universiteit Gent 57(2-3 PART A-B): 387-393

Phytosanitary evaluation of urban plantings in Yalta. Byulleten' Gosudarstvennogo Nikitskogo Botanicheskogo Sada ( 70): 85-89

Phytosanitary health of forests, 1987-88. Revista Padurilor 104(3): 134-142

Phytosanitary methods for assessment of potato and vegetable keeping quality. Zashchita sel' skokhozyaistvennoi produktsii ot vrednykh organizmov pri khranenii: sbornik nauchnykh trudov: 32-35

Phytosanitary products and useful organisms, a European approach. Phytoma ( 445): 13-22

Phytosanitary protection. Arboriculture Fruitiere ( 460): 23-25

Phytosanitary protection: a technical French Mediterranean forest guide. Protection phytosanitaire: guide technique du forestier mediterraneen francais: 98 pp.

Phytosanitary situation. Sahel PV Info ( 33): 2-4

Phytosanitary situation in 1990 and 1991. The years follow and influence each other. Phytoma ( 437): 55-58

Phytosanitary situation in 1991. Phytoma ( 436): 55-58

Phytosanitary situation of sunflower in Morocco. Al Awamia ( 83): 117-138

Phytosanitary state of agricultural crops in 1990 in the district of Arges. Probleme de Protectia Plantelor 19(3-4): 133-143

Phytosanitary state of forests in 1985-86. Revista Padurilor 103(1): 35-43

Phytosanitary state of the strawberry crop in Bulgaria. Selskostopanska Nauka 30(4-6): 28-32

Phytoseiid mites. Researches of acarology in China: 40-46

Phytoseiid mites associated with spider mites on hops in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia 90(0): 45-52

Phytoseiid mites of Morocco, with descriptions of two new species and notes on the genera Kuzinellus, Typhloctonus and Typhlodromus (Acari: Phytoseiidae). Acarologia (Paris): 301: 13-24

Phytoseiid mites of Venezuela (Acari: Phytoseiidae). International Journal of Acarology. June; 192: 149-157

Phytoseiidae of the Philippines. Schicha, E [Author], Corpuz-Raros, L A [Author] Phytoseiidae of the Philippines 190p

Phytoseiids, predatory mites. A simplified key for identifying the principal species on crops in the field in France. Phytoma (No 446, supplement): i-xii

Phytoseiulus persimilis and its prey Tetranychus urticae on glasshouse cucumbers and peppers: key factors related to biological control efficiency. Acta Entomologica Bohemoslovaca 87(6): 414-430

Phytosociological analysis of some temperate forests of Chamoli (Garhwal). Recent Researches in Ecology, Environment and Pollution 6: 85-111

Phytosociological analysis of tropical forests in Doon Valley of Uttar Pradesh. Journal of Tropical Forestry 5(1): 57-65

Phytosociological analysis of wetland vegetation in Point Calimere Wildlife Sanctuary, Tamil Nadu. Indian Journal of Forestry 16(2): 144-150

Phytosociological analysis of woody vegetation along an altitudinal gradiation in Garhwal Himalaya. Indian Journal of Forestry 1991; 13(4): 322-328

Phytosociological characteristics of the proposed 'Maple-Linden Forest' reserve in Borecka ancient forest. Acta Academiae Agriculturae ac Technicae Olstenensis, Agricultura ( 51): 3-13

Phytosociological classes of the western Transvaal grassland, South Africa. Koedoe 37(1): 1-18

Phytosociological defined seedlings reconciling natural diversity and soil protection on rivulet banks. Part I. Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft fur Okologie 19(2): 398-402

Phytosociological notes on the tree communities of the Cazorla and Segura mountain ranges. Acta Botanica Malacitana 15: 239-246

Phytosociological studies around the industrial areas of Landhi, Karachi, Pakistan. New Agriculturist 3(2): 179-188

Phytosociological studies of weed flora of paddy field at Jalukbari, Assam. Advances in Plant Sciences 5(2): 470-476

Phytosociological studies of weeds of rubber plantations in Nigeria. Journal of Plantation Crops 18(2): 106-121

Phytosociological studies on the rice field weeds of Darbhanga. Environment and Ecology 7(4): 911-914

Phytosociological studies on tree vegetation around Shimla, Himachal Pradesh. Indian Journal of Forestry 14(3): 169-180

Phytosociological study of grassland vegetation in North Korea. Folia Geobotanica et Phytotaxonomica 28(3): 247-260

Phytosociological study of the Chepica-Cadillo prairies in the coastal mountain range of south-central Chile. Agro Sur 21(1): 26-39

Phytosociological study of the Magellanic deciduous forest at the northern boundary of its distribution. Bosque 1992?; 12(2): 29-41

Phytosociological study of the cerrado vegetation near Moji-Mirim (SP). Revista do Instituto Florestal 1(2): 1-12

Phytosociological study of the subalpine and alpine vegetation of Cambas Plateau, Ordu. Doga, Turk Botanik Dergisi 16(2): 195-206

Phytosociological study of the vegetation of Rucamanque, Cautin, Chile. Studia Botanica 8: 91-115

Phytosociology and phytogeography of coastal saltmarshes in Western Australia. Fragmenta Floristica et Geobotanica (Supplementum 2, Pars 2): 609-629

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Pigs fed Fusarium-infected maize containing zearalenone and nivalenol with sweeteners and bentonite. Livestock Production Science 39(3): 275-281

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Pigs on pasture. Landwirtschaft Schweiz 5(10): 521

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Pilot action for integrated control of mildew and Striga. Sahel PV Info ( 24): 13-15

Pilot plant processing of cane stalks into sugar. Proceedings of the Annual Congress South African Sugar Technologists' Association ( 67): 188-192

Pilot plant scale investigations of nitrification of sidestreams with SBR technology at Bromma sewage treatment plant. Vatten 48(3): 231-236

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Pilot projects demonstrate the value of flexible on-farm water supply schedules. Proceedings of international conference on advances in planning, design and management of irrigation systems as related to sustainable land use, Leuven: 185-192

Pilot scheme for extension to farmers of a groundwater subirrigation system using drainage. Irrigazione e Drenaggio 39(3): 29-37

Pilot study of exposure to Pseudomonas pseudomallei in northern Vietnam. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 87(4): 416

Pilot study of the effect of acemannan in cats infected with feline immunodeficiency virus. Veterinary Immunology & Immunopathology 35(1-2): 177-189

Pilot study on the occurrence of Prototheca spp. in faecal samples of horses. Berliner und Munchener Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 106(8): 264-265

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Pilot-study on the prevalence of Chlamydia psittaci infection in commercial turkey flocks in Lower Saxony. Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 101(4): 163-165

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Pine bark physical characteristics influence pour-through nitrogen concentrations. Hortscience 29(7): 789-791

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Pirimor granules for aphid and vector control in beets. Feldwirtschaft 32(3): 144-145

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Pistil structure of Banksia menziesii R.Br. (Proteaceae) in relation to fertility. Australian Journal of Botany 41(4-5): 481-490

Pistil-Specific and Ethylene-Regulated Expression of 1-Aminocyclopropane-1-Carboxylate Oxidase Genes in Petunia Flowers. Plant Cell 6(9): 1227-1239

Pistilloidy in common wheat resulting from a spontaneous mutation. South African Journal of Plant and Soil 10(4): 193-196

Pisum sativum L. (field pea) cv. Glenroy. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 33(5): 672-673

Pisum sativum mutants insensitive to nodulation are also insensitive to invasion in vitro by the mycorrhizal fungus, Gigaspora margarita. Plant Science (Limerick) 102(2): 195-203

Pit and Pat - an unusual pair of twin calves. Landwirtschaft Schweiz 5(3): 65-67

Pit membrane degradation and air-embolism formation in ageing xylem vessels of Populus tremuloides Michx. Journal of experimental botany 42(244): 1399-1406

Pit membrane structure and development in Ginkgo biloba. IAWA Journal 15(1): 75-90

Pit-1/GH factor-1 involvement in the gene expression of somatolactin. Molecular Endocrinology 8(1): 109-115

Pitaya (Stenocereus spp., Cactaceae): an ancient and modern fruit crop of Mexico. Economic Botany 48(1): 76-83

Pitaya - a new fruit species from Colombia. Erwerbsobstbau 35(2): 49-52

Pitch problems in making Japanese papers. (III). Separation and identification of acidic components and their contribution to speck formation. Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University 37(1): 93-104

Pitch problems in making Japanese papers. (IV). Occurrence of deposits in pulping and bleaching of pokasa bast fibers. Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University 37(1): 105-116

Pitfall trap catches of and aphid predation by Pterostichus melanarius and Pterostichus madidus in insecticide treated and untreated potatoes. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 641: 63-72

Pitfalls in selected ion monitoring in gas chromatography-mass spectrometry: a theoretical example. Analytica Chimica Acta 275(1/2): 9-15

Pitfalls in the evaluation of Lyme disease. Otolaryngology--Head and Neck Surgery 105(1): 124-126

Pitfalls in the use of breath pentane measurements to assess lipid peroxidation. Journal of Lipid Research 35(8): 1497-1504

Pitfalls of the India Ghandi Canal. Ambio 21(6): 439

Pith autolysis in plants: IV. The activity of polygalacturonase and cellulase during drought stress induced pith autolysis. Plant and Cell Physiology 34(6): 795-801

Pith cells of poplar contain photosynthetically active chloroplasts. Planta 89(1): 70-73

Pith necrosis of tomato in western North Carolina: etiology and influence of cultural practices on its incidence and severity. Technical Bulletin North Carolina Agricultural Research Service ( 300): 24 pp.

Pithecellobium dulce - sweet and thorny. NFT Highlights ( 92-01): 2 pp.

Pito (Erythrina berteroana) and chipilin (Crotalaria longirostrata), (Fabaceae), two soporific vegetables of Central America. Economic Botany 48(2): 130-138

Pitting of calcareous rocks by organisms under terrestrial conditions. Israel Journal of Earth Sciences 41(2-4): 201-207, 1992

Pituitary adenomas in mice transgenic for growth hormone-releasing hormone. Endocrinology 131(5): 2083-2089

Pituitary adenylate cyclase activating polypeptide (PACAP) reduces food intake in mice. Peptides 13(6): 1133-1135

Pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating polypeptide stimulates prolactin gene expression in a rat pituitary cell line. Endocrinology 133(6): 2736-2742

Pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating polypeptide stimulates steroidogenesis and adenosine 3',5'-monophosphate accumulation in cultured rat granulosa cells. Endocrinology 135(1): 207-213

Pituitary and ovarian function in ewes immunized against the amino-terminal peptide (alpha N) of the inhibin alpha 43-subunit. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 100(1): 115-122

Pituitary-dependent hyperadrenocorticism in a family of Dandie Dinmont terriers. Journal of Endocrinology 135(3): 535-542

Pityriasis versicolor. Seminars in Dermatology 12(4): 276-279

Pityriasis versicolor and Malassezia intertrigo. Japanese Journal of Medical Mycology 34(4): 421-424

Pityriasis versicolor treatment with 1% selenium disulfide. Giornale Italiano di Dermatologia e Venereologia 127(4): IX-XI

Pityrosporum folliculitis. Giornale Italiano di Dermatologia e Venereologia 127(10): 489-494

Pityrosporum folliculitis in the Philippines: diagnosis, prevalence and management. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 24(5 part 1): 693-696

Pityrosporum folliculitis with severe pruritis in two patients with Hodgkin's disease. Archives of Dermatology 129(3): 380-381

Pityrosporum infections. Cutaneous fungal infections: 69-83

Pityrosporum infections. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 31(3 part 2): S18-S20

Pityrosporum orbiculare and atopic eczema. Allergy 48(6): 391-393

Pityrosporum ovale allergens in conventional house dust mite extracts?. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 91(5): 1099-1100

Pityrosporum ovale and skin diseases. Keio Journal of Medicine 42(3): 91-94

Pityrosporum ovale culture from the forehead of healthy children. Acta Dermato-Venereologica 74(4): 260-261

Pityrosporum ovale in infantile seborrhoeic dermatitis and other dermatoses of childhood. Medicina Cutanea Ibero Latino Americana 17(2): 98-102

Pivotable foot operated breast pump. United States Patent (US 5 304 129): 5 pp.

Pl-Bh, an anthocyanin regulatory gene of maize that leads to variegated pigmentation. Genetics 135(2): 575-588

Place and role of biotechnologies in the agricultural research system of Egypt. Options Mediterraneennes Serie A, Seminaires Mediterraneens ( 14): 77-80

Place and role of biotechnologies in the agricultural research system of Italy. Options Mediterraneennes Serie A, Seminaires Mediterraneens ( 14): 93-100

Place of cotrimoxazole in the primary prophylaxis of toxoplasmosis in patients infected by the human immunodeficiency virus. Annales de Medecine Interne 144(1): 56-57

Place of ewes in the meat production chain in Maroua (in northern Cameroon). Revue d' Elevage et de Medecine Veterinaire des Pays Tropicaux 44(4): 500-502

Place of horizons in the new French Referentiel Pedologique. Catena 20(4): 383-394

Place of thoracotomy in thoracic complications of hydatid cysts of the liver. Annales de Chirurgie 45(8): 705-710

Place of vanadium in the treatment of diabetes. Experimental results and clinical applications. Presse Medicale 21(24): 1100-1101

Place promotion: the use of publicity and marketing to sell towns and regions. Place promotion: the use of icity and marketing to sell towns and regions: x + 268pp.

Placebo-controlled trial of essential fatty acid supplementation in atopic dermatitis. Lancet (North American Edition) 341(8860): 1557-1560

Placebo-controlled trial of itraconazole for treatment of acute vaginal candidiasis. Antimicrobial Agents and ChemoTherapy 37(1): 89-92

Placebo-controlled trial of the effects of guar gum and metformin on fasting blood glucose and serum lipids in obese, type 2 diabetic patients. Diabetic Medicine 7(3): 242-245

Placement and timing of nitrogen fertilizers for conventional and conservation tillage corn production. Journal of Production Agriculture 5(2): 214-221

Placement of N, P and K to sugar beet. 54th Winter Congress of the International Institute for Sugar Beet Research Proceedings of a conference held in Brussels, Belgium, 20-21 February 1991: 401-406

Placement of a duodenal feeding tube via gastrostoma with fiberoptic bronchoscope. Jpen. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition 16(6): 579-580

Placement of teosinte branched on the linkage map. Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter ( 66): 116

Placental composition does not respond to changes in maternal dietary carbohydrate intake in rats. Journal of Nutrition 122(12): 2374-2382

Placental cytokines in the regulation of immunoendocrine processes in pregnancy. Uspekhi Sovremennoi Biologii 114(2): 223-239

Placental infection and urban malaria in Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso. Cahiers d' Etudes et de Recherche Francophones/Sante 2(3): 176-179

Placental involvement in paracoccidioidomycosis. Journal of Medical and Veterinary Mycology 31(3): 249-257

Placental lactogen and somatotropin: hormone binding to the corpus luteum and effects on the growth and functions of the ovary in heifers. Biology of Reproduction 50(5): 1136-1144

Placental pathology of the pregnant mouse inoculated with Brucella abortus strain 2308. Veterinary Pathology 30(2): 119-129

Placental pollination in Lilium longiflorum Thunb. Plant Science (Limerick) 90(1): 105-115

Placental transfer of esfenvalerate and fenvalerate in pregnant rats. Journal of Pesticide Science 15(2): 169-174

Placental transport of lindane during early and stages of gestation in rats. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 47(4): 508-514

Placental villous maturation in patients with repeated abortions and chronic toxoplasmosis. Journal of the Egyptian Society of Parasitology 20(2): 661-666

Places of origin: the repopulation of rural El Salvador. Places of origin: the repopulation of rural El Salvador: vii + 157pp.

Placotettix taeniatifrons (Kbm.) (Hem., Cicadellidae) in Bedfordshire. Entomologist' s Monthly Magazine 129(1544-1547): 80

Plagiorchis elegans: emergence, longevity and infectivity of cercariae, and host behavioural modifications during cercarial emergence. Parasitology 109: 65-72

Plagiorchis elegans: requirements for metacercarial development to infectivity, and conditions required for excystment. Journal of the Helminthological Society of Washington. January; 601: 67-71

Plagiostoma castanicola sp. nov. (Diaporthales) on Castanea sativa Mill. (Fagaceae). International Journal of Mycology and Lichenology 5(3): 209-211

Plague (Yersinia pestis) in cats: description of experimentally induced disease. Journal of Medical Entomology 30(1): 20-26

Plague and tularemia in rodent populations. Zoo and wild animal medicine: current therapy 3: 54-56

Plague in Botswana. Central African Journal of Medicine 37(8): 271-272

Plague in Lushoto district, Tanzania, 1980-1988. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 86(4): 444-445

Plague in Vienna. Reviews of Infectious Diseases 11(5): 808-826

Plague pandemics investigated by ribotyping of Yersinia pestis strains. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 32(3): 634-641

Plague surveillance studies; summary of serological investigations. Pestology 13(10): 4-6

Plan of Action for Nutrition. Agriculture and Development in Western Asia ( 15): 45-69

Planarians in toxicology. Responses of asexual Dugesia dorotocephala to selected metals. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 47(2): 302-307

Plane of feeding for suckled and early weaned piglets. Mokslines ir Technines Informacijos Biuletenis ( 64/65): 64-69

Plane of nutrition during rearing of German Brown heifers with two alpine pasturing periods. 1. Calf rearing and interaction stable:pasture-feeding in the first year. Wirtschaftseigene Futter 39(3): 253-269

Plane of nutrition during rearing of German Brown heifers with two alpine pasturing periods. 2. Effect of different indoor feeding intensity on compensatory growth, fertility and first lactation. Wirtschaftseigene Futter 39(3): 270-287

Plane strain finite element analysis for consolidation settlement in soft ground improved with packed drains: a practical study on behavior of soft ground in reclaimed land (III). Transactions of the Japanese Society of Irrigation, Drainage and Reclamation Engineering ( 162): 1

Planing process of Malaysian timbers I. Effect of various cutting factors on planing quality. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 3(3): 209-220

Planing process of Malaysian timbers II. Mechanical evaluation of high speed steel (HSS) knife edge wear in planing some Malaysian timbers. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 4(1): 7-14

Planned beef production and marketing. Planned beef production and marketing: vii + 232 pp.

Planned maintenance. Meddelande Jordbrukstekniska Institutet ( 442): 60 pp.

Planned marketing channel and its impacts upon the quantitative pattern of the Chinese food-grain consumption. Agribusiness New York 10(3): 207-228

Planned production of milk in Japan. Bulletin of the International Dairy Federation ( 273): 2-5

Planned sampling for analysis of linkage. Incomplete penetrance. Genetika Moskva 29(11): 1741-1749

Planned sampling for analysis of linkage. Information content of different pedigrees. Genetika Moskva 29( 8): 1394-1403

Planned sheep production. Planned sheep production (Ed. 2): ix + 207 pp.

Planners or performers? Indigenous dryland farmers in Northern Burkina Faso. Network Paper Agricultural Administration Research and Extension Network ( 42): 18-31

Planners, plans and sustainable development. Regional Studies 27(8): 769-776

Planning. Planning : 79pp.

Planning a fire tower system at Dursunbey forest enterprise so that the forested area can be seen from at least two towers. Doga Turk Tarm ve Ormanclk Dergisi 14(1): 78-93

Planning a forest road network by a spatial data handling-network routing system. Acta Forestalia Fennica ( 227): 85 pp.

Planning a regional farming system - a case study of Okoppe Town. Journal of Rural Planning Association 12(1): 62-68

Planning adult literacy programs in Pacific communities. Planning adult literacy programs in Pacific communities: 53pp.

Planning agricultural research in a small developing country: a case study of Papua New Guinea. Agricultural Economics Bulletin, Department of Agricultural Economics and Business Management, University of New England ( 41): x + 132pp.

Planning and execution of a pilot project on rural development: lessons from Badeku, Nigeria. Journal of Rural Development and Administration 24(3): 1-11

Planning and financial management. Planned beef production and marketing: 97-107

Planning and financing rural education in Africa. Planning and financing rural education in Africa: 111pp.

Planning and forestry development. Indian Forester 116(11): 855-864

Planning and implementing a development programme for the poor: a case study from the Mahaweli Development Programme in Sri Lanka. Poverty and rural development: planners, peasants and poverty: 112-133

Planning and investment in working machinery. Publikatie Proefstation voor de Akkerbouw en de Groenteteelt in de Vollegrond, Lelystad ( 68): 68pp.

Planning and management for coastal eco-tourism in Indonesia: a regional perspective. Indonesian Quarterly 22(2): 148-157

Planning and management of irrigation systems in developing countries. Agricultural Water Management 22(1-2): XXVI, 1-234

Planning and organizing forest recreation. Gozdarski Vestnik 47(6): 241-252

Planning and priority setting in agricultural research. The case of Tanzania. CDR Working Papers ( 93.5): 41pp.

Planning and rural recreation in Britain. Planning and rural recreation in Britain: xviii + 346pp.

Planning and strategy - serving management. Gazdalkodas 35(10): 34-40

Planning and utilization of rootstocks in citriculture. FRUT Revista de Fruticultura 5(5): 274-278

Planning development with women: making a world of difference. Planning development with women: making a world of difference: vii + 187pp.

Planning education for rural development: the Kenyan case. Planning and financing rural education in Africa: 17-33

Planning education for rural development: the Tanzanian case. Planning and financing rural education in Africa: 35-54

Planning examples - investment requirements and annual costs of new and rebuilt dairy cow housing to create a competitive agriculture in the new Federal Lander. Landbauforschung Volkenrode 44(1): 130-136

Planning for Victoria's magnificent Alps. Australian Parks and Recreation 28(3): 22-28

Planning for climate change in national parks and other natural areas. Northwest Environmental Journal 7(2): 255-270

Planning for crops and irrigation in Chancay-Lambayeque, Peru. Diskussionsschriften Forschungsstelle fur Internatinale Agrarentwicklung, Heidelberg ( 18): 26pp.

Planning for droughts: an essential action. World Bank Technical Paper ( 185): 1-16

Planning for environmental sustainability. Indian Journal of Public Administration 39(3): 353-361

Planning for forest conservation in the Auckland region, New Zealand. Landscape & Urban Planning 23(1): 55-69

Planning for health: priorities, issues and challenges. Indian Journal of Public Health 35(2): 38-45

Planning for housing in irrigation settlement schemes in Kenya: Ahero and West Kano schemes. ODI/IIMI Irrigation Management Network Paper ( 14): 19pp.

Planning for poverty alleviation through rural development in India. Poverty and rural development: planners, peasants and poverty: 399-420

Planning for rural land use. Genio Rurale 53(4): 50-51

Planning for sport and sports facilities. Aims and tasks for towns and local authorities - Part 2. Gartenamt 41(5): 315-324

Planning for sustainability: proposals for planning policy and the environment. Planning for sustainability: proposals for planning policy and the environment: 22 pp.

Planning for sustainable agricultural development based on natural resources and bioenergy systems: a case study. Development and ecology: essays in honour of Professor Mohammad Shafi: 211-220

Planning for sustainable crop production in the communal areas of Zimbabwe - the issues of institutional constraints. Schriften des Zentrums fur Regionale Entwicklungsforschung der Justus Liebig Universitat Giessen ( 50): 177-189

Planning for sustainable land use in the hill and mountain areas. Proceedings of the National Seminar on Setting Priorities for Research in the Land Use Continuum in Vietnam Hoa Binh, September 9-13, 1991: 39-48

Planning for the future of the fisheries post-harvest sector in Africa. FAO Fisheries Report ( 467 SUPP): 187-193

Planning for the long term in Cambodia. Waterlines 13(1): 19-21

Planning for tourism business districts. Annals of Tourism Research 20(3): 583-600

Planning for tourists: contributions of museums. Museums and tourism on the Oregon coast. Anthopology Northwest ( 7): 1-56

Planning for tourists: contributions of museums. Visitor behaviour at the Mark O. Hatfield Marine Science Center Aquarium. Anthopology Northwest ( 7): 57-111

Planning forest industries in Developing Countries. ITTO Technical Series ( 6): 129 pp.

Planning grower funded tropical fruits research in Florida. Proceedings of the Interamerican Society for Tropical Horticulture 34: 19-23

Planning guide for nursery and plantation operations in the Nepal-Australia Forestry Project. Technical Note Nepal Australia Forestry Project ( 1/91): i + 13 pp.

Planning guidelines for sloping-floor housing for dairy cattle. Bericht uber die Tagung "Kleine Rinderlaufstalle Schwerpunkt Milchvieh" vom 25 bis 26 September 1990: 81-85

Planning in the ASEAN countries: emerging issues from the Bangkok experience. Solidarity ( 131/132): 164-167

Planning irrigation water supplies for the organic soils of south-western Quebec. Water Pollution Research Journal of Canada 27(4): 787-806

Planning issues in rural housing. Journal of Rural Development Hyderabad 10(6): 831-837

Planning logging on the basis of forest type. Lesnaya Promyshlennost' ( 2): 14-15

Planning obligations for sport and recreation: a guide for negotiation and action. Planning obligations for sport and recreation: a guide for negotiation and action: 72pp.

Planning of a road network for logging thinned stands with small-sized vehicles. (I). Movement of logs on a slope in prehauling toward a road. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 73(6): 442-447

Planning of agricultural estates in the Depresion del Salado, through linear determination programming. Catedra de Administracion Rural ( 32): 20pp.

Planning of annual harvest volume with simulation and linear programming. Research Bulletin of the Experiment Forests, Kangweon National University ( 10): 41-85

Planning of dietetic nutrition within the facilities for socially organized nutrition for the students of Belgrade University. Hrana i Ishrana 32(3): 155-157

Planning of enrichment programme in Bojonegoro Forest District. Duta Rimba 18(137-138): 7-14

Planning of experiments in wood research with regard to the representativeness of the results and the labour involved. Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 51(2): 88-92

Planning of forest road network with the earthwork emphasized. Application in Mt. Baekwoon Research Forest. Seoul National University Journal of Agricultural Sciences 17(2): 113-122

Planning of milk yield by computer. Molochnoe i Myasnoe Skotovodstvo ( 4): 29-31

Planning on presumption: strategic planning for countryside recreation in England and Wales. Land Use Policy 10(2): 140-150

Planning physical education with intent: a personal meaning approach. CAHPER Journal 59(3): 15-17

Planning policies and land use changes on the outer fringes of Parma. Genio Rurale 53(4): 65-73

Planning policy guidance: tourism. Planning policy guidance: tourism: 19pp.

Planning prospects for market gardening under glass in the Netherlands. Onderzoekverslag Landbouw Economisch Instituut ( 106): 102pp.

Planning reforestation in the Western Himalayas - demonstrated for the Dhauladhar-District in Himachal Pradesh/India. DFS Mitteilung ( 4): 64 pp.

Planning self-help fuelwood projects in Asia: based on the workshop on planning self-help fuelwood projects in Asia, Chaing Mai and Khan Kaen, Thailand, 2-13 February 1987. Planning self help fuelwood projects in Asia: based on the workshop on planning self help fuelwood projects in Asia, Chaing Mai and Khan Kaen, Thailand, 2-13 February 1987: ; vi + 84 pp.

Planning simulation model of irrigation district. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering 118(1): 74-87

Planning small-scale irrigation schemes. Waterlines 12(1): 9-11

Planning studies on direct sowing. Planification des essais de semis direct: iii + 26 pp.

Planning the cut with altered forest structure. Forst und Holz 45(21): 621-623

Planning the education and training of agricultural engineers. World Agriculture 1993: 145,147-149

Planning the future of sport: regional and local projects. Bulletin d' Information Sportive Bruxelles ( 31): 2596-2629

Planning the time transfer of farming operations using linear programming. Investigacion Agraria, Economia 8(3): 407-432

Planning the use of the earth's surface. International advanced workshop, Santander, Spain 1-5 November 1989. Planning the use of the earth' s surface International advanced workshop, Santander, Spain 1-5 November 1989: ix + 556 pp.

Planning workshop on agroforestry held at PADP Headquarters - Jos, 25 February 1992. Interim Report Jos Plateau Environmental Resources Development Programme ( 36): iv + 23 pp.

Planning, design and installation of irrigation schemes. Part 4. Guide to water resources. British Standard ( BS 7562: Part 4: 1992): 24 pp.

Planning, forecasting and simulation models in agricultural advisory work. Quarterly Bulletin of IAALD 36(1/2): 32-35

Planning, functionality and profitability of storing farm machinery. XII World Congress on Agricultural Engineering: Volume 2 Proceedings of a conference held in Milan, Italy, August 29 September 1-1994: 1387-1394

Planning, pollution and waste management. Planning, pollution and waste management: v + 121 pp

Planorbis meridaensis Preston, 1907 (Gastropoda: Planorbidae), a synonym of Biomphalaria prona (Martens, 1873). Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 87(4): 545-548

Planosolic pedogenesis over deltaic sediment in the Orleans region. Organisation et fonctionnement des alterites et des sols: Seminaire ORSTOM, Bondy, du 5 au 9 fevrier 1990: 41-58; 61

Plans are beginning to take shape at the experimental goat farm at Pradel. Chevre ( 181): 16

Plans for family dairy farms. Molochnoe i Myasnoe Skotovodstvo ( 3): 37-39

Plans for rescuing endangered plant species in the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park (Cadiz - Malaga). Acta Botanica Malacitana 18: 199-221

Plant 'pathogenesis-related' proteins and their role in defense against pathogens. Biochimie 75(8): 687-706

Plant DNA isolation. Molecular genetic analysis of populations: a practical approach: 59-88

Plant It! - CD: a multimedia CD-ROM on ornamental horticulture. Quarterly Bulletin of IAALD 37(1/2): 23-30

Plant Variety Protection Office Official Journal. Plant Variety Protection Office Official Journal 20(1): 55 pp.

Plant adaptation in the Great Basin and Colorado Plateau. Great Basin Naturalist 52(3): 195-215

Plant adaptation to environmental stress. Plant adaptation to environmental stress: 346 pp.

Plant adaptation to environmental stress: metal pollutant tolerance. Plant adaptation to environmental stress: 171-188

Plant adventures and the Portuguese discoveries. A aventura das plantas e os descobrimentos Portugueses: 241 pp.

Plant age and seasonal variations in genotypic resistance of celery to beet armyworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Journal of Economic Entomology 87(2): 514-522

Plant age as a factor in the feeding preference of the sunflower stem weevil, Cylindrocopturus adspersus LeConte (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 65(4): 453-455

Plant aldolase: cDNA and deduced amino-acid sequences of the chloroplast and cytosol enzyme from spinach. Plant Molecular Biology 21(2): 331-340

Plant allelochemicals and their roles. Institute of Botany, Academia Sinica Monograph Series ( 9): 155-165

Plant allocation, growth rate and successional status. Functional Ecology 8(4): 543-550

Plant analysis for nitrogen in maximising maize (Zea mays L.) yields. Madras Agricultural Journal 79(7): 408-411

Plant anatomy, histology and taxonomy for molecular biologists. Plant molecular biology labfax: 1-20

Plant and animal species composition and heavy metal content in fly ash ecosystems. Water Air & Soil Pollution 63(1-2): 87-103

Plant and bacterial genes involved in interactions between Xanthomonas and crucifers. Nester, E W [Editor], Verma, D P S [Editor] Current Plant Science and Biotechnology in Agriculture; Advances in molecular genetics of plant-microbe interactions, Vol 2 : 423-433

Plant and environmental sensory signals control the expression of hrp genes in Pseudomonas syringae pv. phaseolicola. Journal of Bacteriology 174(11): 3499-3507

Plant and glume color in isogenic sorghum genotypes. Sorghum Newsletter 33: 18

Plant and soil analysis: an Australian perspective. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 25(7/8): 767-780

Plant and soil composition as affected by an alternative lime source containing sulfate. Soil Science Society of America Journal 56(6): 1831-1836

Plant and soil controls on mycorrhizal fungal communities. Ecology (Washington D C) 73(6): 2034-2042

Plant and soil nematodes: societal impact and focus for the future. Journal of Nematology 26(2): 127-137

Plant and Soil Responses to Chronic Nitrogen Additions at the Harvard Forest, Massachusetts. Ecological Applications 3(1): 156-166

Plant ash sprays for the management of bean fly, Ophiomyia phaseoli (Tryon) in beans. Botanical pesticides in integrated pest management: 385-390

Plant associations in the Barra de Santiago mangrove, Ahuachapan, El Salvador (SPA). Revista de Biologia Tropical 41(1): 37-46

Plant availability of cadmium in soils. 1. Extractable cadmium in newly and long term cultivated soils. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica Section B, Soil and Plant Science 43(3): 134-141

Plant availability of nutrients in soils: chemical and spatial aspects. Berichte uber Landwirtschaft, Sonderheft ( 207): 70-84

Plant available nitrogen, EUF Norg and its relevance to environmentally compatible farming-Part 1: Organic N fractions of South German sugar beet soils. Zuckerindustrie 116(7): 626-630

Plant bZIP protein DNA binding specificity. Journal of Molecular Biology 230(4): 1131-1144

Plant bed configuration, fertilization rate and application method, and cultivar effects on sweet onion production. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1991; 103: 105-107

Plant biochemistry and molecular biology. Plant biochemistry and molecular biology: xi + 312 pp.

Plant biomechanics. An engineering approach to plant form and function. Plant biomechanics An engineering approach to plant form and function: xiii + 607 pp.

Plant biotechnologies: strategies in genetic engineering for horticultural and fruit species. Atti del convegno "AgroBioFrut" su: biotecnologie e resistenze genetiche nelle piante da frutto e da orto e seminari del dottorato di ricerca in colture arboree su: tecnologie avanzate per il miglioramento genetico delle piante da frutto: 48-50

Plant biotechnology and agriculture. Biotechnology Education 3(1): 37-42

Plant biotechnology and development. Plant biotechnology and development: 171 pp.

Plant biotechnology and farmer's rights in Vietnam. Biotechnology and farmer' s rights Opportunities and threats for small scale farmers in developing countries: 21-25

Plant biotechnology as a tool in ornamental horticulture. Revista Chapingo Serie Horticultura 1(1): 45-57

Plant biotechnology in china. Science 262(5132): 377-378

Plant biotechnology in Malaysia: current status and future prospects. Biotechnology and crop improvement in Asia: 47-50

Plant biotechnology in agricultural research systems: FAO approach. Options Mediterraneennes Serie A, Seminaires Mediterraneens ( 14): 163-168

Plant biotechnology research for developing countries. Report of a panel of the Board on Science and Technology for International Development. Plant biotechnology research for developing countries Report of a panel of the Board on Science and Technology for International Development: v + 44 pp.

Plant biotechnology research in Turchey and prospective impacts. Mediterranean and Baltic essays on contemporary agricultural systems: 271-287

Plant biotechnology transfer to developing countries. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 4(2): 177-179

Plant biotechnology: aspects of its applications in industry. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Section B, Biological Sciences 99(3-4): 153-163

Plant biotechnology: prospects for the future. Genetic Engineer and Biotechnologist 10(4): 19-22

Plant breeders' rights. Sveriges Utsadesforenings Tidskrift 102(1): 36-41

Plant breeders' rights in South Africa. Plant Varieties and Seeds 5(3): 163-165

Plant breeders' rights in the UK. Plant Varieties and Seeds 5(3): 143-150

Plant breeders' rights in the USA; changing approaches and appropriate technologies in support of germplasm enhancement. Plant Varieties and Seeds 5(3): 183-199

Plant breeders' rights legislation, enforcement and R&D: lessons for developing countries. Sustainable agricultural development: the role of international cooperation Proceedings of the twenty first international conference of agricultural economists, Japan, 22-29 August 1992: 330-342

Plant breeding - prospects and future objectives. 34th Swedish Crop Protection Conference, Uppsala 27-28 January 1993: pests and diseases: 19-25

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