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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 2460

Chapter 2460 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Plant life span and response to inoculation with vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. I. Annual versus perennial grasses. Mycorrhiza 1(4): 153-161

Plant life span and response to inoculation with vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. II. Species from weakly mycotrophic genera. Mycorrhiza 1(4): 163-167

Plant life span and response to inoculation with vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. III. Responsiveness and residual soil P levels. Mycorrhiza 1(4): 169-174

Plant life-history and the success of weed biological control projects. Proceedings of the VII International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds: 17-26

Plant lipases and their application in lipid biotransformations. Progress in Lipid Research 33(1-2): 165-174

Plant list of Taipei Botanical Garden. Plant list of Taipei Botanical Garden: 56 pp. + fold-out map

Plant litter decomposition - an overview. Perspectives in mycological research Volume II: 201-218

Plant mediated interactions between above- and below-ground insect herbivores. Oikos 66(1): 148-151

Plant membrane transport. Current Opinion in Cell Biology 4(4): 661-669

Plant metabolism of herbicides with C-P bonds: glyphosate. Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 43(2): 85-94

Plant metabolism of herbicides with C-P bonds: phosphinothricin. Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 43(2): 95-102

Plant metabolism under hypoxia and anoxia. Plant Physiology & Biochemistry (Montrouge) 32(1): 1-10

Plant metal content, growth responses and some photosynthetic measurements on field-cultivated wheat growing on ore bodies enriched in Cu. Physiologia Plantarum 88(2): 307-314

Plant micropropagation: reality and priorities. Biofutur ( 111): 34-38

Plant molecular biology 2. Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Study Institute, 14-23 May 1990, Elmau, Germany. Plant molecular biology 2 Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Study Institute, 14-23 May 1990, Elmau, Germany: xii + 766 pp.

Plant molecular biology labfax. Plant molecular biology labfax: xvi + 382 pp.

Plant molecular biology: how will it contribute to agriculture and food production? A perspective from the seed industry. Biotech Forum Europe 9(4): 212-215

Plant mycoplasmas - a review. Perspectives in mycology and plant pathology: 302-323

Plant mycoplasmas: from discovery to phylogeny through molecular biology. Comptes Rendus de l' Academie d' Agriculture de France 80(1): 3-18

Plant nematodes and sustainability in tropical agriculture. Experimental Agriculture 29(2): 139-154

Plant nematodes associated with cotton in Maharashtra State, India. Current Nematology 3(1): 97-98

Plant nematodes of the family of Longidoridae as virus vectors. Plant nematodes of the family of Longidoridae as virus vectors: 284 pp.

Plant nitrogen status and boll load of cotton. Agronomy Journal 86(3): 514-518

Plant nuclear protein p56 and its elicitor-dependent transient biosynthesis. Protoplasma 176(3-4): 165-173

Plant nucleic acids. Plant molecular biology labfax: 21-48

Plant nutrient disorders 1: temperate and subtropical fruit and nut crops. Plant nutrient disorders 1: temperate and subtropical fruit and nut crops: vii + 93 pp.

Plant nutrient disorders 3: vegetable crops. Plant nutrient disorders 3: vegetable crops: vii + 105 pp.

Plant nutrient losses in drainage on heavy clay soils. Proceedings 16th ICID European regional conference Vol2 Ecological, technological and socio economical impacts on agricultural water management: 393-403

Plant nutrient sulfur in the tropics and subtropics. Advances in Agronomy 50: 210-267

Plant nutrients in a sustainable land management system. Evaluation for sustainable land management in the developing world Volume 2: technical papers IBSRAM proceedings no12-2: 327-355

Plant nutrition - from genetic engineering to field practice: Proceedings of the Twelfth International Plant Nutrition Colloquium, 21-26 September 1993, Perth, Western Australia. Plant nutrition from genetic engineering to field practice: Proceedings of the Twelfth International Plant Nutrition Colloquium, 21-26 September 1993, Perth, Western Australia: xxi + 803 pp.

Plant nutrition and fertilizer requirements. Studijni Informace Rostlinna Vyroba ( 4): 59 pp.

Plant nutrition and natural resource management - major levers to increase agricultural productivity. Agro Chemicals News in Brief 15(2): 8-14

Plant odours as important determinants of behaviour and rate of development in ixodid vectors of disease. Parazitologiya 26(1): 20-32

Plant of dreams. Dairy Field 175(11): 45-48

Plant oils as renewable raw materials - with particular regard to linseed and sunflower. Symposium Nachwachsende Rohstoffe Perspektiven fur die Chemie: 108-114

Plant organellar targeting sequences. Plant molecular biology labfax: 287-292

Plant organelles. Compartmentation of metabolism in photosynthetic tissue. Plant organelles Compartmentation of metabolism in photosynthetic tissue: xvii + 332 pp.

Plant parasitic nematode problems of some field, vegetable, fruit and ornamental crops in the Punjab, Pakistan - II. Proceedings of Parasitology ( 14): 84-98

Plant parasitic nematodes and their management in the Maritime provinces of Canada. Phytoprotection 71(2): 45-54

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with banana in Assam. Current Nematology 3(1): 83-88

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with olive. Bulletin OEPP (Organisation Europeenne et Mediterraneenne pour la Protection des Plantes) 23(3): 481-488

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with ornamental palms in three botanic gardens in Egypt. Pakistan Journal of Nematology 11(1): 53-59

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with potato-turnip rotation and other vegetable crops in Kashmir. Indian Journal of Nematology( 1993); 21(2): 174-175

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with su-babool. Indian Journal of Forestry 16(4): 384

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with sunflower in Karnataka. Indian Journal of Nematology( 1993); 20(2): 193-196

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with turmeric in Andhra Pradesh. Current Nematology 3(1): 103-104

Plant parasitic nematodes found in permafrost and in plant communities above it. Ecological Parasitology 1(1): 57-63

Plant parasitic nematodes from Cameroon: Criconematidae, Belonolaimidae and Hoplolaimidae (Nematoda: Tylenchida). Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Gent 57(3A): 857-877

Plant parasitic nematodes in soyabean crops. Informe Agropecuario Belo Horizonte 16(172): 60-65

Plant parasitic nematodes in temperate agriculture. Evans, K [Editor], Trudgill, D L [Editor], Webster, J M [Editor] Plant parasitic nematodes in temperate agriculture xi+648p

Plant parasitic nematodes in the East Mediterranean region of Turkey. Nematologia Mediterranea 22(1): 59-63

Plant parasitic nematodes of Punjab, India. I. Tylenchid nematodes with description of two new species. Plant Disease Research 6(2): 4-13

Plant parasitic nematodes of upland, hydromorphic and inland swamp rice ecosystems in Cote d'Ivoire. Afro Asian Journal of Nematology 4(1): 61-67

Plant parasitic nematodes on banana from Hormozgan Province. Iranian Journal of Plant Pathology 29(1-2): 21-23

Plant parasitic nematodes on tomatoes in Somalia with a study of the nematicidal activity of some crops against Meloidogyne hapla. Vaxtskyddsrapporter, Tradgard ( 6): 35 pp.

Plant patenting: a public fruit breeder's assessment. HortTechnology 3(3): 262-266

Plant patents - a boon to horticulture and the American public. HortTechnology 3(3): 280-283

Plant pathogens and long-term ecosystem changes. The fungal community: its organization and role in the ecosystem: 499-520

Plant pathology. Taiwan Sugar Research Institute Annual Report 1991-1992: 30-34

Plant pathology division. Technical Report Tea Research Institute of Sri Lanka: 82-90

Plant pathology note no. 33. Bacterial wilt of peanut. Harvest Port Moresby 13(1-4): 17-18

Plant pathology note no. 34. How to send diseased plant specimens for identification. Harvest Port Moresby 13(1-4): 19-20

Plant pathology note no. 35. Role of quarantine in the introduction of new planting materials in Papua New Guinea. Harvest Port Moresby 13(1-4): 21-22

Plant pathology note no. 36. Rhizome and root rot of cardamom. Harvest Port Moresby 13(1-4): 23-24

Plant pathology: where are we headed beyond 2000?. Phytopathology 84(1): 15-16

Plant pectin substances. Methods of isolating pectin substances. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 29(5): 558-565

Plant phenology and the benefits of migration in a temperate ungulate. Oikos 65(3): 502-513

Plant photoperception: the phytochrome system. Development: the molecular genetic approach: 194-205

Plant physiology and microbiological control with Beauveria and nematodes. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Gent 56(2a): 215-222

Plant physiology. 1. Nutrition. Physiologie vegetale 1 Nutrition (Ed. 5): x + 294 pp.

Plant poisoning in animals. A bibliography from the world literature. No. 3, 1983-1992. Plant poisoning in animals A bibliography from the world literature No 3, 1983-1992: v + 282 + 15pp.

Plant poisonings and mycotoxicoses of livestock in Southern Africa. Poisonous plants Proceedings of the Third International Symposium: 43-54

Plant polyphenols. Synthesis, properties, significance. Plant polyphenols Synthesis, properties, significance: xii + 1053 pp.

Plant polysaccharides - their physiochemical properties and nutritional roles in monogastric animals. Biotechnology in the feed industry: Proceedings of Alltech' s Tenth Annual Symposium: 51-66

Plant population biology and the management of viable plant populations. Conservation biology: a training manual for biological diversity and genetic resources: 115-132

Plant population dynamics in subterranean clover and murex medic swards. I. Size and composition of the seed bank. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 45(4): 913-928

Plant population dynamics in subterranean clover and murex medic swards. II. Plant population density. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 45(4): 929-944

Plant population genetic structure and biological conservation. Conservation of biodiversity for sustainable development: 88-104

Plant production and micropropagation techniques. Scientific conference: potatoes Gembloux, 29 November 1989: 17-28

Plant production techniques and control of mycorrhiza for high-value broadleaves. Revue Forestiere Francaise 44(Numero special): 47-54

Plant production volume 1. The components of production. La production vegetale volume 1 Les composantes de la production (Ed. 2): 438 pp.

Plant productivity and photosynthesis. Comptes Rendus de l' Academie Bulgare des Sciences 45(12): 121-124

Plant products - a versatile source of agro-chemicals. Pesticide Research Journal 2(2): 61-68

Plant products to control plant parasitic nematodes. Pesticide Science 39(2): 141-145

Plant propagation by tissue culture. Part 1: the technology. Plant propagation by tissue culture Part 1: the technology (Ed. 2): viii + 574 pp.

Plant propagation: a teaching resource packet with emphasis on agroforestry and fruit trees in East Africa. Plant propagation: a teaching resource packet with emphasis on agroforestry and fruit trees in East Africa:

Plant proportion studies in groundnut and pigeonpea intercropping system. Indian Journal of Dryland Agricultural Research and Development 4(1): 25-31

Plant protection. Food and Agricultural Legislation 40: 6-18

Plant protection - quo vadis?. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Universiteit Gent 57(2a): 95-96

Plant protection and growth regulation in fruit culture 93. Fruitteelt Den Haag 83(8 (supplement)): 54 pp.

Plant protection and mineral nutrition. Sbornik Akademie Zemedelskych ved CSFR ( 156): 89-91

Plant protection and water. Materiy Sesji Instytutu Ochrony Roslin 30(1): 39-49

Plant protection and weed control - approved commercial products as at 15 March 1992. Protection phytosanitaire et desherbage specialites commerciales agrees en date du 15 mars 1992: 121 pp.

Plant protection in Colombia: Department of Plant Health. ASCOLFI Informa 19(2): 13-15

Plant protection in a sustainable production system. Fitopatologia Brasileira 17(1): 13-17

Plant protection in the 90s - pesticide and fertilizer market from an industrial viewpoint. Presentation at the IVA members meeting, 12th May 1992, Koningswinter. Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 45(3): 55-61

Plant protection in the culture accompanying system KOBAS for cauliflower and Brussels sprouts. Themaboekje Proefstation en Informatie en Kenniscentrum voor de Akkerbouw en de Groenteteelt in de Vollegrond ( 13): 49-53

Plant protection in the framework of environmental protection. Rapport d' Activite Centre de Recherches Agronomique de L' Etat Gembloux ( 1989-90): 59-75

Plant protection on CD. Vaxtskyddsnotiser 57(3): 64-66

Plant protection products for use in 1994. Produits phytosanitaires: utilisables en 1994: 21 pp.

Plant protection products, defoliants, desiccants and growth regulators. Zashchita Rastenii Moskva ( 4): 2-47

Plant protection regulations abroad. Amtliche Pflanzenschutzbestimmungen 56(2): 44-48

Plant protection regulations abroad. Amtliche Pflanzenschutzbestimmungen 57(5): 201-245

Plant protection regulations in the European Economic Community (EEC) abroad. Amtliche Pflanzenschutzbestimmungen 56(5): 197-244

Plant protection regulations in the European Economic Community (EEC); Federal Republic of Germany. Amtliche Pflanzenschutzbestimmungen 58(3): 86-131

Plant protection regulations in the European Economic Community (EEC); Federal Republic of Germany; Plant protection regulations abroad. Amtliche Pflanzenschutzbestimmungen 56(1): 1-43

Plant protection regulations in the European Economic Community (EEC); German Federal Republic. Amtliche Pflanzenschutzbestimmungen 57(4): 153-200

Plant protection regulations in the European Economic Community (EEC); German Federal Republic; Plant protection regulations abroad. Amtliche Pflanzenschutzbestimmungen 56(4): 156-196

Plant protection situation. Sahel PV Info ( 27): 2-4

Plant protection technology which is kinder to plants, people and the environment. Gartnerborse Gartenwelt 90(24): 1180-1185

Plant protection treatments and occupational risk among people working with pesticides in Poland. Materiay Sesji Instytutu Ochrony Roslin 30(1): 51-59

Plant protection with a climate computer. Prospects demonstrated with Botrytis as an example. Gb + Gw, Gartnerborse und Gartenwelt 92(42): 2041-2044

Plant protection year 1990 - agriculture. Vaxtskyddsnotiser 55(2): 39-43

Plant protection year 1990 - horticulture. Vaxtskyddsnotiser 55(2): 34-38

Plant protection year 1991 - agriculture. Vaxtskyddsnotiser 56(1): 7-12

Plant protection year 1991 - horticulture. Vaxtskyddsnotiser 56(1): 2-6

Plant protection year 1992 - agriculture. Vaxtskyddsnotiser 57(1): 7-12

Plant proteins in relation to human protein and amino acid nutrition. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 59(5 Suppl): 1203s-1212s

Plant proteins in the diet and their utilization in relation to age. Ceskoslovenska Gastroenterologie a Vyziva 46(5): 337-345

Plant protoplasts and genetic engineering IV. Plant protoplasts and genetic engineering IV: xxi + 390 pp.

Plant quality and soil residual fertility six years after a compost treatment. Bioresource Technology 43(1): 85-89

Plant quarantine and the global transfer of plant genetic resources. Crop genetic resources of Africa Volume II Proceedings of an international conference, 17-20 October 1988, Ibadan, Nigeria: 231-240

Plant quarantine experience of Liriomyza spp. in England and Wales. Liriomyza Conference on Leaf Mining Flies in Cultivated Plants: 23-30

Plant quarantine problems in import of logs and timber. Quarterly Newsletter Asia and Pacific Plant Protection Commission 33(4): 13-19

Plant recovery from seedling-derived shoot tips of Faidherbia albida grown in vitro. Agroforestry Systems 22(1): 59-65

Plant reflectance. Variations and annual evolution. L' aridite: une contrainte au developpement Caracterisation, reponses biologiques, strategies des societes: 167-178, 589

Plant regeneration and encapsulation of somatic embryos of horseradish. Plant Science (Limerick) 102(1): 109-115

Plant regeneration and first attempt of in vitro genetic improvement of olive (cv. Moraiolo). Acta Horticulturae ( 300): 261-264

Plant regeneration and thiophene formation in tissue cultures of Tagetes mendocina. Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 35(3): 211-215

Plant regeneration and variation of a wheat X Agropyron Gaertn. intergeneric hybrid. Acta Genetica Sinica 19(3): 250-258

Plant regeneration by anther culture of javanica and javanica X indica rice lines. Indonesian Journal of Crop Science 7(1): 1-18

Plant regeneration following anther culture in triticale. Vestsi Akademii Navuk BSSR Seryya Biyalagichnykh Navuk ( 5): 20-23, 123

Plant regeneration from Cichorium intybus L. leaf explants transformed by Agrobacterium tumefaciens. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 48(1): 25-31

Plant regeneration from St. Augustinegrass immature embryo-derived callus. Crop Science 33(6): 1394-1396

Plant regeneration from aged-callus of the woody ornamental species Lonicera japonica cv. "Hall's Prolific". Plant Cell Reports 13(2): 91-94

Plant regeneration from callus and explants of Sesbania spp. Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 34(3): 253-260

Plant regeneration from callus and protoplasts in Medicago polymorpha. Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 35(1): 49-57

Plant regeneration from callus cultures of Citrus limon and C. jambhiri. Crop Improvement 19(2): 100-103

Plant regeneration from callus cultures of alfalfa. Biologia (Bratislava) 49(1): 59-63

Plant regeneration from callus derived from soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) cotyledon. Research Reports of the Rural Development Administration, Biotechnology 34(1): 21-26

Plant regeneration from callus protoplasts of Lycium barbarum L. Sovremennye metody i podkhody v selektsii rastenii: 82-87

Plant regeneration from cell suspension and mesophyll protoplasts of Helianthus maximiliani (Schrad.). Plant Science Limerick 87(2): 191-197

Plant regeneration from cotyledonary node explants of mungbean (Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek). Plant Cell Reports 13(9): 523-527

Plant regeneration from cotyledons of niger. Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 32(2): 131-135

Plant regeneration from cultured fertilized ovules and immature embryos of Triticum aestivum L. Genetica Polonica 34(2): 109-113

Plant regeneration from cultured immature inflorescences of coconut (Cocos nucifera L.): evidence for somatic embryogenesis. Plant Cell Reports 13(3-4): 218-221

Plant regeneration from cultured protoplasts of higher plants. Fowler, M W And G S Warren (Ed ) Plant Biotechnology: Comprehensive Biotechnology, Second Supplement Xx+367p Pergamon Press: Oxford, England, Uk; Elmsford, New York, Usa Illus 99-127

Plant regeneration from cultured protoplasts of the cooking banana cv. Bluggoe (Musa spp., ABB group). Plant Cell Reports 13(1): 41-44

Plant regeneration from embryogenic callus of Vitis vinifera cv. Thompson Seedless. Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor 29(1): 435-450

Plant regeneration from embryos derived from crosses between Hordeum vulgare and H. bulbosum. Hereditas Landskrona 118(1): 39-47

Plant regeneration from explants from mature trees of Hibiscus syriacus (cv. Bulsae) via somatic embryogenesis and organogenesis. Research Report of the Institute of Forest Genetics ( 27): 85-90

Plant regeneration from explants of Solanum tuberosum L. Acta Agriculturae Universitatis Pekinensis 17(2): 43-47

Plant regeneration from explants of sterile seedlings in two introduced varieties of Vaccinium corymbosum L. Vestsi Akademii Navuk Belarusi Seryya Biyalagichnykh Navuk ( 3-4): 6-9, 121

Plant regeneration from haploid cell suspension-derived protoplasts of Mediterranean rice (Oryza sativa L. cv. Miara). Plant Cell Reports 11(12): 618-622

Plant regeneration from hypocotyl callus of intergeneric and interspecific hybrids between radish (Raphanus sativus L. daikon and radicula groups), cabbage (Brassica oleracea L. capitata group) and Chinese cabbage (B. campestris L. pekinensis group). Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science 60(2): 369-377

Plant regeneration from hypocotyl segments of Lupinus luteus cv. L. Aurea. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 34(3): 303-305

Plant regeneration from in vitro culture of embryonic axis explants in common and tepary beans. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 117(2): 332-336

Plant regeneration from in vitro leaf culture of several Gerbera species. Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 33(2): 203-210

Plant regeneration from indica rice protoplasts. Current Science (Bangalore) 64(4): 257-259

Plant regeneration from internode segments of Cucurbita maxima Duch. x Cucurbita moschata Duch. Current Science 65(7): 562-564

Plant regeneration from isolated microspores of Triticum aestivum. Plant Cell Reports 12(3): 149-153

Plant regeneration from isolated microspores of linseed (Linum usitatissimum L.). Plant Cell Reports 12(7-8): 426-430

Plant regeneration from isolated pollen grains in indica type rice (Oryza sativa L.). Japanese Journal of Breeding 42(3): 675-679

Plant regeneration from leaf and hypocotyl explants of Glycine wightii (W. and A.) Verdc. var. longicauda. Japanese Journal of Breeding 42(1): 1-5

Plant regeneration from leaf callus of carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus). Annals of Agricultural Science Cairo 36(2): 579-582

Plant regeneration from leaf explants of the fern Platycerium bifurcatum in vitro. Scientia Horticulturae 56(3): 257-266

Plant regeneration from leaf mesophyll protoplasts of the tropical woody plant, passionfruit (Passiflora edulis fv flavicarpa Degener.): the importance of the antibiotic cefotaxime in the culture medium. Plant Cell Reports 12(4): 220-225

Plant regeneration from leaf protoplasts of apple. Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 34(1): 71-76

Plant regeneration from mesophyll and cell suspension protoplasts of sweet potato, Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam. Breeding Science 44(1): 35-40

Plant regeneration from mesophyll protoplasts of Lactuca perennis. Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 38(1): 77-79

Plant regeneration from mesophyll-protoplasts of four different ecotypes and two marker lines from Arabidopsis thaliana using a unique protocol. Plant Cell Reports 12(10): 569-572

Plant regeneration from microspore culture of cauliflower (Brassica oleracea L. var. botrytis L.) cultivar Nedcha F1. Genetika a Slechteni 29(2): 81-87

Plant regeneration from nucellar tissues of Aegle marmelos through organogenesis. Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 34(2): 199-203

Plant regeneration from petal protoplast culture of Petunia hybrida. Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 36(3): 275-283

Plant regeneration from petiole protoplast culture of Orychophragmus violaceus. Chinese Journal of Biotechnology 8: 174-177, 208

Plant regeneration from petioles of in vitro regenerated papaya (Carica papaya L.) shoots. Botanical Bulletin of Academia Sinica 33(4): 375-381

Plant regeneration from protoplast cultures of Passiflora edulis var. flavicarpa Deg., P. amethystina Mikan. and P. cincinnata Mast. Plant Cell Reports 13(2): 103-106

Plant regeneration from protoplast-derived somatic embryos of Asparagus officinalis L. Journal of Plant Physiology 144(1): 94-99

Plant regeneration from protoplasts derived from cell suspensions of green shoots in indica rice. Chinese Journal of Rice Science 7(4): 222-226

Plant regeneration from protoplasts isolated from cell suspension cultures of the wild tomato, Lycopersicon chilense Dun. Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 32(3): 311-317

Plant regeneration from protoplasts isolated from suspension cultures of leek (Allium ampeloprasum L.). Plant Science Limerick 100(2): 203-210

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of Actinidia chinensis Planch. Acta Botanica Sinica 34(10): 736-742

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of Allium porrum L. Gartenbauwissenschaft 59(1): 26-30

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of Saintpaulia ionantha H. Wendl. Gartenbauwissenschaft 57(6): 284-287

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of a CMS line of cabbage (Brassica oleracea L. var. capitata). Journal of Southwest Agricultural University 13(4): 399-404

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of adzuki bean (Vigna angularis Ohwi & Ohashi). Japanese Journal of Breeding 43(2): 183-191

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of durum wheat (Triticum durum Desf. cv. D6962). Plant Cell Reports 12(6): 320-323

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of higher plants in China. Biotechnology in agriculture Proceedings of the First Asia Pacific Conference on Agricultural Biotechnology, Beijing, China, 20-24 August 1992: 502-509

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of indica rice. Chinese Journal of Biotechnology 8(1): 60-64

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of peppermint (Mentha piperita L.). Plant Cell Reports 12(10): 546-550

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of wild barley (Hordeum murinum L.). Plant Cell Reports 13(3-4): 139-144

Plant regeneration from rice protoplasts culture in javanica (cv. Texmont). Research Reports of the Rural Development Administration, Biotechnology 34(1): 1-9

Plant regeneration from seed-derived embryogenic callus and cell suspension cultures of bahiagrass (Paspalum notatum). Plant Science Limerick 90(1): 73-80

Plant regeneration from shoot tip culture of sugarcane. Kasetsart Journal, Natural Sciences 27(3): 286-291

Plant regeneration from sorghum anther cultures and field evaluation of progeny. Plant Cell Reports 13(5): 286-290

Plant regeneration from sour orange and Rangpur lime undeveloped ovule cultures. Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor 28(4): 2407-2417

Plant regeneration from stem and petiole protoplasts of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas) and its wild relative, I. lacunosa. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 37(2): 145-150

Plant regeneration in Piper longum L. (Piperaceae) through direct and indirect adventitious shoot development. Journal of Spices and Aromatic Crops 2(1-2): 34-40

Plant regeneration in a jute species (C. capsularis) and its possible relationship with glyoxalase-I. Plant Cell Reports 12(1): 29-33

Plant regeneration in cell suspension cultures of sugarcane as affected by activated charcoal, medium composition and tissue source. Huang, S -C [Editor], Hsieh, S -C [Editor], Liu, D -J [Editor] Taichung District Agricultural Improvement Station Special Publication; The impact of biological research on agricultural productivity : 195-205

Plant regeneration in diploid potato anther culture. Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin 46(3): 50-53

Plant regeneration in mesocotyl callus of Brassica juncea var. Poorbiraya. Pakistan Journal of Botany 24(1): 72-78

Plant regeneration in three genotypes of sugar beet. Crop Improvement 20(1): 88-97

Plant regeneration in tissue cultures of some millets. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 30(8): 729-733

Plant regeneration of Iris pallida Lam. and Iris germanica L. via somatic embryogenesis from leaves, apices and young flowers. Plant Cell Reports 13(12): 671-675

Plant regeneration of meristematic callus of white clover (Trifolium repens L.) cooled to -196 degrees C by vitrification. Euphytica 70(3): 197-203

Plant regeneration of mesophyll protoplasts from axenic of Chinese cabbage (Brassica pekinensis Rupr.). Chinese Journal of Biotechnology 8(3): 249-254

Plant regeneration of pampas grass from immature inflorescences cultured in vitro. Hortscience 27(7): 841-843

Plant regeneration of protoplasts isolated from suspension cells derived from leaf blades of Oryza sativa. CRRN, Chinese Rice Research Newsletter 2(1): 8-9

Plant regeneration through anther culture of three wild species of Hordeum (H. murinum, H. marinum and H. bulbosum). Plant Breeding 112(3): 244-247

Plant regeneration through culture of isolated microspores of Triticum aestivum L. Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 34(2): 163-167

Plant regeneration through direct somatic embryogenesis from protoplasts of banana (Musa spp.). Plant Cell Reports 12(7-8): 403-407

Plant regeneration through somatic embryogenesis from suspension cultures derived protoplasts of 6 cotton cultivars (Gossypium hirsutum L.). Biotechnology in agriculture Proceedings of the First Asia Pacific Conference in Agricultural Biotechnology, Beijing, China, 20-24 August 1992: 283-286

Plant regeneration through somatic embryogenesis of Cnidium officinale Makino. RDA Journal of Agricultural Science Biotechnology 36(1): 165-172

Plant regeneration via somatic embryogenesis from protoplasts of Larix decidua L. Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Humboldt Universitat zu Berlin Reihe Mathematisch/Naturwissenschaftliche 41(3): 51-62

Plant regeneration via somatic embryogenesis in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.). Plant Cell Reports 13(8): 468-472

Plant regeneration via somatic embryogenesis in ginger. Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 32(3): 289-292

Plant renovation - engineering design which yields a leaner and cleaner processing facility and overall environment. Proceedings from the 29th Annual Marschall Italian Cheese Seminar, 16 and 17 September, 1992: 37-44

Plant reproduction: past, present and future. Reproductive biology and plant breeding: 15-27

Plant resistance - realising its potential. Furrow Moline 98(3): 4-6

Plant resistance to herbivores and pathogens: ecology, evolution, and genetics. Plant resistance to herbivores and pathogens: ecology, evolution, and genetics: ix + 590 pp.

Plant resistance to powdery mildew at their introduction. Ustoichivost' rastenii k muchistoi rose pri ikh introduktsii: 131 pp.

Plant resources of Cental Asia for breeding vegetable and cucurbitaceous crops. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii 140: 89-97

Plant resources of South-East Asia No. 5(1) Timber trees: major commercial timbers. Plant resources of South East Asia No 51 Timber trees: major commercial timbers: 610 pp.

Plant resources of South-East Asia. Bibliography 1: pulses. Plant resources of South East Asia Bibliography 1: pulses: 154 pp.

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Plant response to temperature stress is characterized by an asymmetric sigmoid function. Environmental & Experimental Botany 34(1): 69-74

Plant response to the management of fluid and solid N fertilizers applied to furrow-irrigated corn. Fertilizer Research 37(1): 51-58

Plant response to the microgravity environment of space. Plant responses to the environment: 59-70

Plant responses to anaerobiosis. Plant Science (Limerick) 93(1-2): 1-17

Plant responses to atmospheric carbon dioxide enrichment: with some soil and atmospheric conditions. Vegetatio 104-105: 173-190

Plant responses to environmental stress. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 3(2): 164-170

Plant responses to fertilization and species removal in tundra related to community structure and clonality. Oikos 63(3): 420-429

Plant responses to gypsum amendment of sodic bentonite mine spoil. Journal of range management 47(3): 206-209

Plant responses to heavy metal contamination. Suelo y Planta 2(2): 345-361

Plant responses to human activities in the tropical savanna ecosystem of Botswana. Ecological responses to environmental stresses: 262-276

Plant responses to salinity under elevated atmospheric concentrations of CO2. Australian Journal of Botany 40(4-5): 515-525

Plant responses to sulfate and chloride salinity: growth and ionic relations. Soil Science Society of America Journal 57(5): 1304-1310

Plant responses to temperature under conditions of elevated CO2. Australian Journal of Botany 40(4-5): 473-490

Plant responses to the environment. Plant responses to the environment: ix + 184 pp.

Plant ribosomal DNA external spacer binding factors: a novel protein binds specifically to a sequence close to the primary pre-rRNA processing site. Molecular and General Genetics 243(4): 442-452

Plant root growth: an ecological perspective. Plant root growth: an ecological perspective: x + 478 pp.

Plant root systems' effects on preferential flow in swelling soil. Preferential flow: proceedings of the National Symposium, Chicago, Illinois, USA, 16-17 December 1991: 376-382

Plant roots and their environment. Proceedings of an ISRR symposium, 21-26 August, 1988, Uppsala, Sweden. Plant roots and their environment Proceedings of an ISRR symposium, 21-26 August, 1988, Uppsala, Sweden: xi + 649 pp.

Plant roots as mycorrhizal fungus inoculum for citrus grown in the field in Florida. Advances in Horticultural Science 6(2): 93-96

Plant roots: the hidden half. Plant roots: the hidden half: xiii + 948 pp.

Plant saponins: chemistry and molluscicidal action. Ecological chemistry and biochemistry of plant terpenoids: 264-286

Plant sciences today. First general colloquium on plant sciences, La Colle-sur-Loup (France), 16-18 October 1991. Plant sciences today First general colloquium on plant sciences, La Colle sur Loup France, 16-18 October 1991: 321 pp.

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Plant selectable genes, reporter genes and promoters. Plant molecular biology labfax: 149-182

Plant sex and hare feeding preferences. Oecologia (Berlin) 89(2): 253-256

Plant size influences bell pepper seed quality and yield. Hortscience 28(8): 809-811

Plant sources of provitamin A and human nutriture. Nutrition reviews 51(7): 199-204

Plant sources of vitamin A and human nutrition revisited: recent evidence from developing countries. Nutrition Reviews 52(2 Pt 1): 62-64

Plant spacing and nitrogen maximize production of bell pepper. Louisiana Agriculture 35(3): 16-17

Plant spacing and plantation quality in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris). Forstarchiv 63(4): 136-142

Plant spacing for Coffea arabica L. in South Africa. Acta Horticulturae ( 275): 189-192

Plant spacing influences watermelon yield and yield components. Hortscience 28(9): 885-887

Plant spacing influences yield and linear growth rate of sweet potatoes grown hydroponically. Hortscience 26(10): 1274-1275

Plant spacing influences yield of vegetable amaranth. Acta Horticulturae ( 318): 217-223

Plant spacing is very important with Lambada. Fruitteelt Den Haag 81(49): 16-17

Plant spacing studies in sunflower. Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities 17(3): 409-411

Plant spacing, density, and yield of wheat subjected to postanthesis water deficits. Crop Science 34(3): 741-748

Plant spacing, management systems and topological arrangements for husk tomato (Physalis ixocarpa Brot). Revista Chapingo 1992; 15(73-74): 53-56

Plant spatial arrangement affects growth, yield, and pod distribution of cayenne peppers. Hortscience 29(3): 149-151

Plant species associations in alpine-subnival vegetation patches in the Central Caucasus. Journal of Vegetation Science 4(3): 297-302

Plant species diversity and chemical properties of soils in the central desert of Baja California, Mexico. Soil Science 155(6): 406-416

Plant species diversity on even-aged harvests at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest: 10-year results. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 22(11): 1800-1806

Plant species identification, size, and enumeration using machine vision techniques on near-binary images. SPIE Proceedings Series 1836: 208-219

Plant species in black-tailed prairie dog towns in Billings County, North Dakota. Prairie Naturalist 25(2): 173-183

Plant species preferences of birds in lowland rimu (Dacrydium cupressinum) forest - implications for selective-logging. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 16(2): 119-126

Plant strategies and environmental stress: a dialectic approach. Plant adaptation to environmental stress: 313-333

Plant strategy to iron deficiency stress. Journal of Pesticide Science 17(3): S207-S212

Plant strategy types and vegetation development reflecting different forms of vineyard management. Journal of Vegetation Science 4(2): 235-240

Plant structure and the acceptability of different grasses to sheep. Journal of range management 46(3): 232-236

Plant structure: function and development. A treatise on anatomy and vegetative development with special reference to woody plants. Plant structure: function and development A treatise on anatomy and vegetative development with special reference to woody plants: xix + 524 pp.

Plant succession on degraded land in Singapore. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 4(2): 151-161

Plant succession. Theory and prediction. Plant succession Theory and prediction: vii + 352 pp.

Plant supply systems for automatic transplanters. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 93-1021): 9 pp.

Plant systems and tree numbers. Changing the direction of development is not always feasible. Fruitteelt Den Haag 82(10): 22-23

Plant terpenoids as allelopathic agents. Harborne, J B And F A Tomas-Barberan (Ed ) Proceedings Of The Phytochemical Society Of Europe, Vol 31 Ecological Chemistry And Biochemistry Of Plant Terpenoids; International Symposium, Murcia, Spain, September 13-15, 1989 Xvi+439p Oxford University Press: Oxford, England, Uk; New York, New York, Usa; Clarendon Press: Oxford, England, Uk Illus 377-398

Plant tissue culture. World agriculture 1993: 19-21

Plant tissue culture and genetic transformation. Plant molecular biology labfax: 253-285

Plant tissue culture and herbicide research. Herbicide bioassays: 173-183

Plant tissue culture: an alternative for production of useful metabolites. FAO Agricultural Services Bulletin ( 108): vi + 87 pp.

Plant tissue optics. Briggs, W R [Editor] Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology : 231-251

Plant tissue tests for predicting fertilizer requirements in spring wheat. Agricultural Science in Finland 1(5): 509-517

Plant tolerance of wound treatments in tree surgery. Gesunde Pflanzen 44(9): 296-302

Plant toxicity in small animals: oxalate containing plants. Veterinary Practice STAFF 5(5): 1, 3-5

Plant transformation and expression vectors . Plant molecular biology labfax: 121-147

Plant transformation and potential risks. Comptes Rendus de l' Academie d' Agriculture de France 79(2): 7-15

Plant transformation by particle bombardment. Biotechnology for biological control of pests and vectors: 105-117

Plant transposable elements. Sub-Cellular Biochemistry 17: 73-79

Plant type-specific microstructure in topsoils. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 66(2): 597-600

Plant uptake of radiocaesium on heather moorland grazed by sheep. Journal of Applied Ecology 30(2): 235-246

Plant utilization of iron solubilized by oat phytosiderophore. Journal Of Plant Nutrition. 15(10): 1599-1612

Plant variation and the evolution of phenotypic plasticity in herbivore performance. Plant resistance to herbivores and pathogens: ecology, evolution and genetics: 140-171

Plant variation: its effects on populations of herbivorous insects. Plant resistance to herbivores and pathogens: ecology, evolution and genetics: 195-215

Plant varieties patentable in Mexico. Biotechnology and Development Monitor ( 9): 20

Plant variety protection: an alternative to patents. Probe Newsletter of the USDA Plant Genome Research Program 2(1): 11-13, 22

Plant variety rights and the incentive to innovate. Oxford Agrarian Studies 21(2): 105-118

Plant variety rights testing systems in New Zealand. Plant Varieties & Seeds 5(3): 151-162

Plant variety testing and State releases. Seed Research 19(2): 106-111

Plant variety testing and release system in India - emerging needs. Seed Research 19(2): 123-124

Plant variety testing system in U.K. - lessons for India. Seed Research 19(2): 101-105

Plant variety testing system in vegetable crops. Seed Research 19(2): 120-122

Plant viral leaders influence expression of a reporter gene in tobacco. Plant molecular biology 23(1): 97-109

Plant virology. Plant virology (Ed. 3): xxii + 813 pp.

Plant virus isolations from water of an irrigation ditch. Ochrana Rostlin 28(3): 167-169

Plant virus satellite RNAs and their role in engineering resistance to virus diseases. Seminars in Virology 4(6): 363-368

Plant virus structures. A touch of local colour. Current Science 63(11): 655

Plant virus-induced changes in aphid population development and temporal fluctuations in plant nutrients. Journal of Chemical Ecology 20(3): 691-707

Plant viruses as gene vectors. Thottappilly, G [Editor], Monti, L M [Editor], Mohan, D R [Editor], Moore, A W [Editor] Biotechnology: Enhancing research on tropical crops in Africa : 211-216

Plant viruses, viroids and virologists of Australasia. Australasian Plant Pathology 22(4): 122-130

Plant viruses: master explorers of evolutionary space. Current Opinion in Genetics and Development 3(6): 873-877

Plant vitamins: agronomic, physiological, and nutritional aspects. Plant vitamins: agronomic, physiological, and nutritional aspects: xi + 412 pp.

Plant water content and temperature of the Amazon forest from satellite microwave radiometry. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 32(2): 397-408

Plant water relations. Progress in Botany 54: 102-133

Plant water relations and implications for irrigation scheduling. Acta Horticulturae ( 278): 67-76

Plant water relations and irrigation scheduling for Pima cotton. 1992 Proceedings beltwide cotton conferences: volume 3: 1041-1044

Plant water relations and the effects of elevated CO2: a review and suggestions for future research. Vegetatio 104-105: 47-62

Plant water relations. VIth International course on localized irrigation. Relaciones agua planta VI Curso Internacional de Riego Localizado: 61 pp.

Plant water uptake terms evaluated for soil water and solute movement models. Soil Science Society of America Journal 56(6): 1876-1880

Plant wilt detection by computer-vision tracking of leaf tips. Transactions of the ASAE 35(5): 1563-1567

Plant yields and fodder quality related characteristics of millet-stylo intercropping systems in the Sahel. Agronomy Journal 85(3): 601-605

Plant zonation changes in the tidal portion of the Delaware River. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 144(0): 263-266

Plant-age-specific seasonal abundance of cotton jassid on cotton plants. Bangladesh Journal of Agricultural Research 16(1): 11-16

Plant-animal interactions. Conservation biology: a training manual for biological diversity and genetic resources: 147-151

Plant-atmosphere interactions, evapotranspiration, and irrigation scheduling. Acta Horticulturae ( 278): 55-66

Plant-availability of soil and fertilizer zinc in cultivated soils of Finland. Agricultural Science in Finland 2(3): 203-270

Plant-available nitrogen from lentil and wheat residues during a subsequent growing season. Soil Science Society of America Journal 56(4): 1155-1160

Plant-based monitoring techniques for irrigation scheduling. Ege Universitesi Ziraat Fakultesi Dergisi 30(3): 151-159

Plant-derived antimalarials. Mitteilungen der Osterreichischen Gesellschaft fur Tropenmedizin und Parasitologie 13: 287-300

Plant-derived smoke and smoke extracts stimulate seed germination of the fire-climax grass Themeda triandra. Environmental & Experimental Botany 34(2): 217-223

Plant-derived smoke: an effective seed pre-treatment. Plant Growth Regulation 14(3): 279-282

Plant-environment interactions. Wilkinson, R E [Editor] Plant-environment interactions xi+599p

Plant-growth promoting rhizobacteria. Plant roots: the hidden half: 717-729

Plant-growth-regulating N-(phosphonoacetyl)amines. Pesticide Science 40(1): 57-62

Plant-insect herbivore interactions in elevated CO(2) environments. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 8(2): 64-68

Plant-microbe interactions. Molecular and genetic interactions. Volume 3. Plant microbe interactions Molecular and genetic interactions Volume 3: xiii + 511 pp.

Plant-nematode interactions. Plant Molecular Biology 23(5): 917-931

Plant-parasitic nematode densities in cereal and legume based cropping systems on vertisols. Afro Asian Journal of Nematology 4(1): 44-50

Plant-parasitic nematodes - an introduction. Nematode pests of crops: 5-13

Plant-parasitic nematodes associated with Pinus species in the savanna areas of Nigeria. Journal of African Zoology 106(6): 463-470

Plant-parasitic nematodes associated with coffee plantations in Karnataka, India. Afro Asian Nematology Network 1(1): 16-17

Plant-parasitic nematodes associated with retarded growth of lucerne in Wielkopolska (Poland). Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych ( 391): 89-96

Plant-parasitic nematodes associated with some ornamental plants in Libya. Pakistan Journal of Nematology 11(1): 49-51

Plant-parasitic nematodes associated with sugarcane in U.P., India. Current Nematology 3(2): 205

Plant-parasitic nematodes associated with tropical and subtropical crops in southern Spain. Nematologia Mediterranea 21(1): 45-47

Plant-parasitic nematodes associated with weeds in spring cereal fields in the region of Wielkopolska. Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych Seria E, Ochrona Roslin 22(1/2): 7-30

Plant-parasitic nematodes on soybean in South Carolina. Journal of Nematology 25(4 Supp): 890-894

Plant-pathogenic fungi in southern Italy, VIII. Septoria andropogonis on wheat. Petria 3(1): 59-63

Plant-pesticides in plant disease control. Zashchita Rastenii Moskva ( 6): 59-60

Plant-pollinator interactions. Current Science (Bangalore) 65(3): 198-201

Plant-requirement, environmentally-related fertilization of vegetables in greenhouses. Gartenbau 38(5): 18, 20, 21

Plant-soil interactions at low pH. Proceedings of the second international symposium, 24-29 June 1990, Beckley, West Virginia, USA. Plant soil interactions at low pH Proceedings of the second international symposium, 24-29 June 1990, Beckley, West Virginia, USA: xiii + 1104 pp.

Plant-soil-water relations in forestry and silvopastoral systems in Oregon. Agroforestry Systems 25(1): 1-12

Plant-water relations in rainfed wheat as influenced by antitranspirants. Rachis 10(2): 19-21

Plant-water relationships in grasslands. Structure and functioning of seminatural meadows: 211-224

Plantago: a multidisciplinary study. Plantago: a multidisciplinary study: xiii + 368 pp.

Plantain and banana nematodes in south western and middle belt states of Nigeria. Infomusa 2(2): 13-14

Plantain and banana research at the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture. HortScience 28(9): 874, 970-971

Plantar Trichophyton rubrum infections may cause dermatophytids on the hands. Acta Dermato-Venereologica 74(5): 403-404

Plantar osteochondral fragments in the metatarsophalangeal joints in Standardbred trotters; result of osteochondrosis or trauma?. Equine Veterinary Journal (Suppl. 16): 62-65

Plantation appraisal under the threat of illicit felling. The economics of project appraisal and the environment: 67-79

Plantation cost comparisons. Allgemeine Forstzeitschrift 46(5): 226-229

Plantation economy, land reform and the peasantry in a historical perspective: Jamaica 1838-1980. Plantation economy, land reform and the peasantry in a historical perspective: Jamaica 1838-1980: ii + 145pp.

Plantation establishment pattern for community forestry plantations in the bhabar terai. Banko Janakari 2(4): 407-409

Plantation forestry and forest conservation in Nigeria. Environmentalist 10(2): 127-134

Plantation grown tropical timbers. 2. Properties, processing and uses. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 3(3): 229-237

Plantation politics: forest plantations in development. Plantation politics: forest plantations in development: 191 pp.

Plantation trials with spruce in western Bhutan. Tsenden 3(1): 15-24

Plantation-grown teak (Tectona grandis) in Cote d'Ivoire. Bois et Forets des Tropiques ( 235): 9-24

Plantations for timber production in dense rain forests of Africa. Bois et Forets des Tropiques ( 231): 7-15

Plantations of Aleppo pine and its role in Mediterranean silviculture. Glasnik za Sumske Pokuse, Posebno Izdanje ( 2): 125-145

Plantations of Eucalyptus hybrids in the Congo. Tropicultura 7(2): 63-67

Plantations of oak, spruce and larch in the oak areas of the western forest-steppe in Ukraine. Lesokhozyaistvennaya Informatsiya ( 4): 15-21

Plantations of spruce on interrupted furrow slices. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 1): 43-44

Plantations of the clinically-important Gloriosa superba. Indian Horticulture 37(4): 26-29

Plantations vs. advance regeneration: height growth comparisons for southwestern Oregon. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 7(2): 44-47

Plantations, Research, Development. Plantations, Recherche, Developpement 1(1): 68 pp.

Planter productivity in prepared and unprepared ground: a case study. Technical Note Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada ( 162): 6 pp.

Planter, row spacing, and plant population effect on chickpea yield in Morocco. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 93-1109): 10 pp.

Planting and establishment success of Corsican pine raised in JPPs. Research Information Note Forestry Commission Research Division ( 211): 3 pp.

Planting and natural regeneration of Norway spruce under shelterwood and on a clear felled area. Rapport Norsk Institutt for Skogforskning ( 6/89): 39 pp.

Planting cabbage to a stand with precision seeding. Hortscience 28(3): 179-181

Planting date affects early season strawberry production in West Central Florida. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1992; 104: 227-228

Planting date and density effects on six pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan) cultivars at three Nigerian Savanna locations. Journal of Agricultural Science 123(2): 233-246

Planting date and its effects on yield and soluble solids content in sugarcane juice. Ciencia Rural 22(2): 131-137

Planting date and moisture effects on yield, quality, and alkaline processing characteristics of food-grade maize. Crop Science 32(5): 1265-1269

Planting date and plant density effects on condensed tannin concentration of cotton. Crop Science 33(2): 320-324

Planting date and preplant tillage effects on emergence and survival of rhizoma perennial peanut. Crop Science 33(1): 132-136

Planting date and row width effect on severity of brown stem rot and soybean productivity. Journal of Production Agriculture 7(3): 347-351

Planting date as environmental modifier in four varieties of Egyptian cotton. Bulletin of Faculty of Agriculture, University of Cairo 42(2): 311-327

Planting date influences preharvest infestation of dent corn by Angoumois grain moth (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae). Journal of Economic Entomology 86(1): 174-180

Planting dates and types of stock of Elsanta strawberries suitable for cultivation at altitude. Revue Suisse de Viticulture, d' Arboriculture et d' Horticulture 24(6): 367-369

Planting densities for banana in South Africa. Inligtingsbulletin Instituut vir Tropiese en Subtropiese Gewasse ( 249): 20-24

Planting density and utilization of nitrogen fertilizer by coffee, cv. Caturra, on compacted red ferrallitic soils. Cultivos Tropicales 12(3): 5-8

Planting density effects on dry matter partitioning and productivity of sunflower hybrids. Field Crops Research 36(1): 1-11

Planting density for palmito intercropped among rubber trees. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 25(7): 1023-1029

Planting density influences the expression of genetic variation in seed mass in wild radish (Raphanus sativus L.: Brassicaeae). American Journal of Botany 79(10): 1185-1193

Planting geometry and double intercropping in rainfed cassava under the homestead farming system of South Kerala. Farming Systems 8(1-2): 12-17

Planting high-value broadleaved species: characteristics of wild cherry, ash and sycamore maple. Revue Forestiere Francaise 44(Numero special): 66-70

Planting Ideas in the Schools. Plant Cell 6(5): 577-579

Planting loblolly pine and sycamore vs. natural regeneration on a bottomland site. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 13(1): 22-25

Planting methods affect early growth and root distribution of muscadine vines. Hortscience 28(11): 1089-1091

Planting methods on the test-bench. Forsttechnische Informationen ( 4): 29-31

Planting models, architecture and pruning in modern pear orchards. Rivista di Frutticoltura e di Ortofloricoltura 56(2): 7-18

Planting on farm land with Egedal and Hamberg planting machines. Uppsatser och Resultat Institutionen for Skogsteknik, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet ( 144): 19 pp.

Planting on heavy clay soils in the Burdekin. BSES Bulletin ( 38): 19-20

Planting pattern and density effects on groundnut: sorghum and groundnut: sunflower intercrops. Crop Research Hisar 3(2): 115-128

Planting pattern in wheat + mustard (Brassica juncea) intercropping under rainfed conditions. Indian Journal of Agronomy 37(4): 639-641

Planting pattern of two pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan) cultivars when intercropped with groundnut (Arachis hypogaea). Journal of Agricultural Science 122(3): 415-421

Planting plans for Brussels sprouts. Proceedings, XXV CIOSTA CIGR V Congress: farm planning, labour and labour conditions, computers in agricultural management, held in Wageningen, Netherlands, 10-13 May 1993: 117-122

Planting stock production technology. Training Course Proceedings ASEAN Canada Forest Tree Seed Centre ( 1): v + 57 pp.

Planting stress, water status and non-structural carbohydrate concentrations in Corsican pine seedlings. Tree Physiology 12(2): 173-183

Planting survival of selected street tree taxa. Journal of Arboriculture 17(7): 185-191

Planting systems: now and in the future (part 2). Fruitteelt 5(22): 17-19

Planting technique and root development. Forsttechnische Informationen ( 1): 2-4

Planting technology for Miscanthus sinensis. Landtechnik 47(11): 550-554

Planting time as a tactic to manage the small rice stink bug, Oebalus poecilus (Hemiptera, Pentatomidae), in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Crop Protection 12(8): 627-630

Planting times for banana in South Africa. Inligtingsbulletin Instituut vir Tropiese en Subtropiese Gewasse ( 248): 13-15

Planting trees and afforestation on reclaimed peatlands. Biblioteczka Wiadomosci IMUZ ( 77): 209-230

Planting trial of Leucaena diversifolia, Leucaena leucocephala and Calliandra calothyrsus at Sumberwringin East Java. Buletin Penelitian Hutan ( 536): 17-26

Planting trial of Shorea johorensis in different widths of strips at Haurbentes Experimental Garden, West Java. Buletin Penelitian Hutan ( 540): 25-33

Planting-hole amendments modify growth and fruiting of apples on replant sites. Hortscience 29(2): 82-84

Plantlet formation in tissue culture from cotyledon of Acacia auriculiformis A. Cunn. ex Benth. Indian Journal of Forestry 16(3): 189-192

Plantlet production through callus culture in Allium sativum L. Journal of the Korean Society for Horticultural Science 34(1): 16-28

Plantlet regeneration from callus initiated from flower buds in the wild species Allium senescens var. minor. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 34(2): 205-207

Plantlet regeneration from coffee arabica shoot tips. Kenya Coffee 58(675): 1467-1471

Plantlet regeneration from electrostimulated protoplasts of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.). Botanica Acta 106(3): 220-222

Plantlet regeneration from petiole explants of the African horned cucumber, Cucumis metuliferus. Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 32(2): 169-174

Plantlet regeneration from suspension culture cell protoplasts of sainfoin. Grassland of China ( 1): 63-67

Plantlet regeneration in chir pine (Pinus roxburghii Sarg.): morphogenesis and histology. Forest Ecology and Management 57(1-4): 141-160

Plantlet regeneration of Gentiana manshurica by Agrobacterium rhizogenes-mediated transformation. Hereditas Beijing 14(5): 27-29

Plants. Earth system responses to global change: contrasts between North and South America: 195-266

Plants and agroforestry in land use pattern of central Himalaya. Recent Researches in Ecology, Environment and Pollution 6: 247-254

Plants and soil microorganisms: removal of formaldehyde, xylene, and ammonia from the indoor environment. Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences 38(2): 11-15

Plants and the skin. Plants and the skin: viii + 272 pp.

Plants antagonistic to plant parasitic nematodes. Indian Review of Life Sciences 12: 23-52

Plants as biomonitors: indicators for heavy metals in the terrestrial environment. Plants as biomonitors: indicators for heavy metals in the terrestrial environment: xxxiii + 644 pp.

Plants as indicators of mineralization and pollution. Plants and the chemical elements: biochemistry, uptake, tolerance and toxicity: 221-240

Plants considered weeds commonly called brooms in the state of Minas Gerais. Boletim do Museu de Biologia Mello Leitao ( 1): 7-16

Plants discovered in Barguzin Reserve. Sibirskii Biologicheskii Zhurnal ( 2): 72-77

Plants employed in the treatment of diabetes mellitus: results of an ethnopharmacological survey in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Fitoterapia 63(4): 320-322

Plants fed to village ruminants in Indonesia. ACIAR Technical Reports Series ( 22): 60 pp.

Plants for deliming with soda. Four years of experience. Industria Saccarifera Italiana 85(6): 215-221

Plants for toxicity assessment; 2nd symposium on use of plants for toxicity assessment, San Francisco, California, USA, 23-24 April 1990. Plants for toxicity assessment; 2nd symposium on use of plants for toxicity assessment, San Francisco, California, USA, 23-24 April 1990: vii + 401 pp.

Plants for water recycling, oxygen regeneration and food production. Waste Management and Research 9(5): 435-443

Plants for winter green manure. Circular Instituto Agronomico do Parana ( 73): 78 pp.

Plants from cell suspension-derived protoplasts in Lolium species. Plant Science (Limerick) 94(1-2): 179-193

Plants grazed by goats in a zone of medium thorny matorral in north-east Mexico. Reporte Cientifico Facultad de Ciencias Forestales, Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon ( 21): vi + 42 pp.

Plants in Afro-Cuban religions. "y tienen faxones y fabas muy diversos de los nuestros" Origin, evolution and diversity of Cuban plant genetic resources Volume 1: 110-137

Plants in agriculture. Plants in agriculture: xv + 355 pp.

Plants in peril, 17. Melocactus conoideus. Kew Magazine 9(3): 138-142

Plants in peril, 18 Changnienia amoena. Kew Magazine 10(1): 52-54

Plants in peril, 19. Sarracenia oreophila. Kew Magazine 10(3): 144-148

Plants of Western New South Wales. Plants of Western New South Wales: 1993; 766 pp.

Plants of central Queensland: their identification and uses. Plants of central Queensland: their identification and uses: xvi + 272 pp.

Plants of medicinal use in the Barbagia di Seui (central Sardinia). Fitoterapia 64(2): 141-150

Plants of potential economic value for use in Nordic agriculture. Sveriges Utsadesforenings Tidskrift 102(3): 126-133

Plants of the Republic of Azerbaijan with potential medicinal applications. International Journal of Pharmacognosy 31(1): 47-54

Plants of winter rye (Secale cereale L.) with coalesced stamens. Genetica Polonica 34(2): 115-119

Plants on desert hillslopes. Geomorphology of desert environments: 243-254

Plants regeneration from protoplast and their genetic variation in foxtail millet. Acta Agriculturae Boreali Sinica 8(Supplement): 35-39

Plants reported to be poisonous to animals in the United States. Veterinary and Human Toxicology 36(1): 49-52

Plants that express a potyvirus proteinase gene are resistant to virus infection. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 90(13): 6110-6114

Plants that should be better known. Eleagnus 'Quicksilver'. Garden London 118(2): 76-77

Plants that stimulate mothers' milk production. Media Komunikasi Penelitian dan Pengembangan Tanaman Industri ( 8): 32-35

Plants transformed with a cistron of a potato virus Y protease (NIa) are resistant to virus infection. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 90(16): 7513-7517

Plants under salt and water stress. Fowden, L [Editor], Mansfield, T [Editor], Stoddart, J [Editor] Plant adaptation to environmental stress 133-154

Plants used as veterinary medicines by aboriginals of Madhya Pradesh, India. International Journal of Pharmacognosy 32(3): 251-255

Plants used in Guatemala for the treatment of dermatophytic infections. 2. Evaluation of antifungal activity of seven American plants. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 40(3): 207-213

Plants used in Guatemala for the treatment of gastrointestinal disorders. 3. Confirmation of activity against enterobacteria of 16 plants. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 38(1): 31-38

Plants used in Guatemala for the treatment of gastrointestinal disorders. IV. Vibriocidal activity of five American plants used to treat infections. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 39(1): 73-75

Plants used in Guatemala for the treatment of respiratory diseases. 2. Evaluation of activity of 16 plants against Gram-positive bacteria. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 39(1): 77-82

Plants used in traditional medicine in Eastern Tanzania. VI. Angiosperms (Sapotaceae to Zingiberaceae). Journal of Ethnopharmacology 39(2): 83-103

Plants with antiinflammatory activity. Fitoterapia 63(1): 3-31

Plants with insecticidal activities against four major insect pests in Pakistan. Tropical Pest Management 38(4): 431-437

Plants, mites and mutualism: leaf domatia and the abundance and reproduction of mites on Viburnum tinus (Caprifoliaceae). Oecologia (Berlin). April; 973: 308-315

Plants, power and profit: social, economic and ethical consequences of the new biotechnologies. Plants, power and profit: social, economic and ethical consequences of the new biotechnologies: xii + 275 pp.

Plaque for identification of food products obtained by culturing, particularly cheeses with rinds, and processed meat products. French Patent Application (FR 2 694 113 A1): 9 pp.

Plasma alpha -tocopherol and ubiquinone and their relations to muscle function in healthy humans and in cardiac diseases. Vitamin E in health and disease: 473-493

Plasma AVP and water balance in camels subjected to dehydration and rehydration in hot dry and hot humid environments. Proceedings of the First International Camel Conference, Dubai, 2nd 6th February 1992: 297-299

Plasma GSH/GSSG affects glucose homeostasis in healthy subjects and non-insulin-dependent diabetics. American Journal of Physiology 263(3 Pt 1): E435-E440

Plasma IGF-1 binding proteins in lean and obese non-diabetic subjects. International Journal of Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders 17(6): 355-357

Plasma Lp(a), apolipoprotein(a) isoforms and acute myocardial infarction in men and women: a case-control study in the Jerusalem population. Atherosclerosis 98(2): 139-151

Plasma adrenaline increases during sham-feeding in normal subjects but not in post-obese women. International Journal of Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders 17 Suppl 3: S96; Discussion S97-S96; Discussion S97

Plasma alpha tocopherol status in patients with oligospermia, impotence and sperm agglutination. Journal of nutritional medicine(1): 7-11

Plasma amino acid and ammonia responses to altered dietary intakes prior to prolonged exercise in humans. Canadian Journal of Physiology & Pharmacology 70(4): 420-427

Plasma amino acid and protein concentrations in infants fed human milk or a whey protein hydrolysate formula during the first month of life. Acta Paediatrica 83(2): 127-131

Plasma amino acid concentration changes during total parental nutrition in critically ill patients. Clinical Nutrition (Edinburgh) 11(6): 358-364

Plasma amino acid concentrations during protein depletion and repletion in lactating dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science 75(SUPPL 1): 281

Plasma amino acid responses of trained athletes to two successive exhaustion trials with and without interim carbohydrate feeding. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 11(5): 501-511

Plasma amino acids in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) after starvation and feeding defined amino acid sources. Plasma Aminosauren nach Nahrungskarenz und Aufnahme definierter Aminosaurequellen bei Regenbogenforellen Oncorhynchus mykiss: 96 pp.

Plasma ammonia levels in very low birth weight preterm infants. Journal of Pediatrics 123(5): 797-800

Plasma amylase levels as a marker of disease severity in an isogenic murine model of paracoccidioidomycosis. Journal of Medical and Veterinary Mycology 32(1): 37-45

Plasma and aqueous humor immunoglobulin levels in canine leishmaniosis. Revue de Medecine Veterinaire 144(7): 621-623

Plasma and brain kinetics of large neutral amino acids and of striatum monoamines in rats given aspartame. Food & Chemical Toxicology 28(5): 317-322

Plasma and breast milk concentrations of dothiepin and northiaden in lactating women. Human Psychopharmacology 8(1): 29-33

Plasma and cerebrospinal fluid measures of arginine vasopressin secretion in patients with bulimia nervosa and in healthy subjects. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 74(6): 1277-1283

Plasma and erythrocyte magnesium changes following a glucose challenge during pregnancy. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 11(4): 426-431

Plasma and extracellular volume in calves: comparison between isotopic and 'cold' techniques. Research in Veterinary Science 53(2): 271-273

Plasma and red blood cell fatty acid values as indexes of essential fatty acids in the developing organs of infants fed with milk or formulas. Journal Of Pediatrics. 120(4 Part 2): S78-S86

Plasma and red blood cell magnesium levels and plasma creatinine after a 100 km race. Revista Espanola de Fisiologia 49(1): 43-47

Plasma and tissue fatty acid profiles of growing pigs fed structured or non-structured triacylglycerides containing medium-chain and marine oil fatty acids. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry 4(6): 362-372

Plasma and tissue indicators of vitamin E nutritional state in infancy. 2. Vitamin E in subcutaneous adipose tissue: biological significance. Archivos de Pediatria 41(6): 337-344

Plasma and tissue kinetics of phenylbutazone and naproxen in dogs. Untersuchungen zur Plasma und Gewebekinetik von Phenylbutazon und Naproxen beim Hund: 108 pp.

Plasma and tissue lipids of piglets fed formula containing saturated fatty acids from medium-chain triglycerides with or without fish oil. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 59(6): 1317-1324

Plasma and uterine cortisol, progesterone and protein changes in pseudopregnant gilts treated with hydrocortisone acetate. Theriogenology 40(6): 1231-1241

Plasma angiotensin and renin activity in buffalo bulls in relation to seasonal adaptation. Buffalo Journal 9(3): 221-224

Plasma antioxidant vitamins and subsequent cancer mortality in the 12-year follow-up of the prospective Basel Study. American Journal of Epidemiology 133(8): 766-775

Plasma antioxidants and lipid peroxidation products in falciparum malaria. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 49(6): 720-725

Plasma ascorbic acid concentrations relate inversely to blood pressure in human subjects. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 57(2): 213-217

Plasma atrial natriuretic peptide in normal calves during the first 10 days of life. Research in Veterinary Science 57(2): 251-252

Plasma bile acid concentrations in response to feeding in peregrine falcons (Falco peregrinus). Avian Diseases 36(4): 1060-1062

Plasma biochemical parameters in Nigerian children with protein energy malnutrition. East African Medical Journal 69(8): 428-432

Plasma biochemistry of adult goats with chronic fluoride poisoning in Morocco. Fluoride 26(4): 241-246

Plasma biotin levels in neonates. Biology of the Neonate 59(4): 209-212

Plasma calcitonin, IGF-I levels and vertebral bone mineral density in hyperprolactinemic women during bromocriptine treatment. Acta Endocrinologica 128(5): 423-427

Plasma carotenoid concentrations before and after supplementation with a carotenoid mixture. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 59(4): 896-899

Plasma catecholamine levels and lipid mobilization induced by yohimbine in obese and non-obese women. International Journal of Obesity 15(5): 305-315

Plasma catecholamines and blood chemistry in new born calves in relation to different obstetrical procedures and to neonatal outcome. Animal Reproduction Science 34(1): 43-54

Plasma cell membrane glycoprotein gene Pca-1 (alkaline phosphodiesterase I) is linked to the proto-oncogene Myb on mouse chromosome 10. Immunogenetics 36(3): 199-201

Plasma cell myeloma producing an immunoglobulin A paraprotein in a cat. Canadian Veterinary Journal 35(3): 157-157

Plasma cell populations in the colonic mucosa of clinically normal dogs. Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association 28(1): 39-42

Plasma cholecystokinin and pancreatic polypeptide secretion in response to bombesin, meal ingestion and modified sham feeding in lean and obese persons. International Journal of Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders 18(2): 123-127

Plasma cholecystokinin concentrations after breast feeding in healthy 4 day old infants. Archives of Disease in Childhood 68(1 Spec No): 46-48

Plasma cholesterol and depressive symptoms in older men. Lancet (North American Edition) 341(8837): 75-79

Plasma cholesterol and lathosterol levels in term infants in the early neonatal period. Pediatric Research 31(4 Pt 1): 396-400

Plasma cholesterol and lipoprotein concentrations in the dog: the effects of age, breed, gender and endocrine disease. Journal of Small Animal Practice 34(10): 507-512

Plasma cholesterol and lipoproteins in patients given total parenteral feeding after total small bowel removal. Effects of the amount of phospholipids infused. Gastroenterologie Clinique et Biologique 16(10): 769-776

Plasma cholesterol in 1104 adolescents 11 to 15 years old in grades five and six: study in the valley of La Fensch. Medecine et Nutrition 28(4): 225-230

Plasma cholesterol transport in anhepatic rats. Journal of Clinical Investigation 89(5): 1564-1570

Plasma cholesterol, apolipoproteins and lipoproteins in infants and their relation to type of feeding. Revista Espanola de Pediatria 47(282): 491-493

Plasma cholesteryl ester transfer protein activity is increased when trans-elaidic acid is substituted for cis-oleic acid in the diet. Atherosclerosis 106(1): 99-107

Plasma clearance and hepatic utilization of stearic, myristic and linoleic acids introduced via chylomicrons in rats. Lipids 28(8): 697-703

Plasma concentration of L. thyroxine (T4), L. triiodothyronine (T3) and certain other blood biochemical constituents in growing crossbred (Bos taurus x Bos indicus) calves. Asian Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences 7(1): 69-74

Plasma concentration of atrial natriuretic peptide in relation to severity of mitral regurgitation in Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. American Journal of Veterinary Research 55(5): 698-703

Plasma concentration of insulin-like growth factor-I as a growth indicator of antibiotics used in finishing bulls. Kongressband 1992 Gottingen Vortrage zum Generalthema des 104 VDLUFA Kongresses vom 14-1991992 in Gottingen: Okologische Aspekte extensiver Landbewirtschaftung: 407-410

Plasma concentrations of corticosterone and thyroid hormones in broilers provided various lighting schedules. Poultry Science 73(1): 186-193

Plasma concentrations of fenbendazole and its metabolites in poultry after a single oral administration. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics 16(3): 377-379

Plasma concentrations of glucose, insulin, and percent glycosylated hemoglobin are unaltered by food restriction in rhesus and squirrel monkeys. Journal of Gerontology 47(1): B9-12

Plasma concentrations of immunoreactive inhibin and gonadotropins following removal of ovarian follicles in the domestic hen. Biology of Reproduction 49(5): 1026-1031

Plasma concentrations of immunoreactive proopiomelanocortin peptides and cortisol in clinically normal cats. American Journal of Veterinary Research 55(2): 295-300

Plasma concentrations of insulin-like growth factor-I in gilts from two divergent growth genotypes. Animal Science Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University (MP-136): 406-409

Plasma concentrations of luteinizing hormone and adrenocorticotropic hormone in blood collected during the luteal and follicular phases of the estrous cycle in cows. American Journal of Veterinary Research 53(6): 909-915

Plasma concentrations of metabolites and hormones of lactating dairy cows during long-term administration of recombinant bovine somatotropin (bST). Archives of Animal Nutrition 42(3/4): 279-286

Plasma concentrations of some vitamins in camels. Proceedings of the First International Camel Conference, Dubai, 2nd 6th February 1992: 335-338

Plasma concentrations of thyroid hormone in steers treated with Synovex-S and 3,5,3'-triiodothyronine. Journal of Animal Science 70(12): 3844-3850

Plasma concentrations of tryptophan and dieting. Bmj 301(6744): 183-183

Plasma constituents during incremental treadmill exercise in intact and splenectomised horses. Equine Veterinary Journal 25(3): 233-236

Plasma cortisol concentrations in dogs given cortisone or placebo by mouth. Research in Veterinary Science 55(3): 379-381

Plasma cortisol level in different regional blockades for surgery in buffaloes. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 63(11): 1168-1169

Plasma cortisol response in dairy cows to vaginoscopy, genital palpation per rectum and artificial insemination. Journal of Veterinary Medicine Series A 41(1): 16-21

Plasma electrolyte concentrations in dogs receiving diuretic therapy for cardiac failure. Journal of Small Animal Practice 33(11): 526-529

Plasma enzymes activity during synchronized estrous cycle in buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis). Indian Veterinary Journal 69(2): 178-179

Plasma esterase activities in rats fed magnesium-deficient diets. BioMetals 6(4): 231-233

Plasma esterase-1 (ES-1) activity in rats is influenced by the amount and type of dietary fat, and butyryl cholinesterase activity by the type of dietary fat. Journal of Nutrition 122(11): 2109-2120

Plasma ethanol clearance and its disposal through milk in rural women who drink pulque. Revista de Investigacion Clinica 44(1): 31-36

Plasma exchange in Amanita phalloides mushroom poisoning - a case report. Nieren und Hochdruckkrankheiten 21(1): 8-10

Plasma fatty acid composition in wild and captive Nile crocodile, Crocodylus niloticus. Comparative Biochemistry & Physiology A Comparative Physiology 104(2): 373-376

Plasma ferritin concentration and physical work capacity in athletes. International Journal of Sport Nutrition 2(4): 335-342

Plasma fibrinogen concentration in foals exposed to strongyle infection: a preliminary study. Equine Practice 15(10): 48-50

Plasma fluoride levels in preterm babies. Fluoride 26(2): 111-114

Plasma folate binding capacity of the reproducing pig. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry 4(8): 482-487

Plasma free fatty acid concentration in control and lame sheep. Veterinary Record 133(18): 450-450

Plasma gastrin and somatostatin levels in newborn infants receiving supplementary formula feeding. Acta Paediatrica 83(4): 374-377

Plasma gastrin and somatostatin, and serum thyroxine (T4), triiodothyronine (T3), reverse triiodothyronine (rT3) and cortisol concentrations in foals from birth to 28 days of age. Equine Veterinary Journal 25(3): 237-239

Plasma glucagon responses to insulin-induced hypoglycemia and arginine in spontaneous non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) rats, Otsuka Long Evans Tokushima Fatty (OLETF) strain. Acta Endocrinologica 129(6): 585-593

Plasma glucose and capsaicin-sensitive nerves in the fed rat during exercise. Hormone and Metabolic Research 25(10): 548-549

Plasma glucose concentrations and digestibility of dry matter, energy and crude protein in mature geldings fed wheat and oat based diets. Animal Science Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University (MP-134): 295-301

Plasma glucose kinetics during exercise in subjects with high and low lactate thresholds. Journal of Applied Physiology 73(5): 1873-1880

Plasma glucose kinetics in a well-trained cyclist fed glucose throughout exercise. International Journal of Sport Nutrition 1(3): 279-288

Plasma glucose levels and leverpress avoidance versus escape behaviors in rats. Physiology & Behavior 51(4): 723-727

Plasma glucose, insulin, somatotropin and amino acids in rats given three amounts of dietary protein. Archivos Latinoamericanos de Nutricion 42(1): 36-40

Plasma growth and thyroid hormones in Murrah buffalo calves. Buffalo Journal 9(1): 49-54

Plasma growth hormone and insulin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I) concentrations at the onset of lay in ad libitum and restricted broiler breeder fowl. British Poultry Science 35(2): 299-308

Plasma growth hormone, insulin-like growth factor, insulin, and thyroid hormone association with body protein and fat accretion in steers undergoing compensatory gain after dietary energy restriction. Journal of Animal Science 71(12): 3327-3338

Plasma homocyst(e)ine, folate, and vitamin B-12 concentrations and risk for early-onset coronary heart disease. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 59(4): 940-948

Plasma hormonal and electrolyte alterations in cycling buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis) during hot summer months. International Journal of Biometeorology 36(3): 151-154

Plasma hormone and metabolite concentrations and the interval from weaning to oestrus in primiparous sows. Animal Reproduction Science 36(3-4): 261-279

Plasma hormone concentrations in pasture-fed Friesian cows treated with recombinantly-derived bovine somatotropin (bST). Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production 51: 235-238

Plasma indicators of muscle damage in a model of nutritional myopathy in weaner sheep. Australian Veterinary Journal 71(1): 12-17

Plasma inhibin and FSH concentrations in young Merino rams with and without the Booroola F gene. Elsen, J M [Editor], Bodin, L [Editor], Thimonier, J [Editor] [INRA Colloquia; Major genes for reproduction in sheep] Colloques de l'INRA; Major genes for reproduction in sheep : 209-213

Plasma insulin and glucagon responses to intravenous infusion of propionate and their autonomic control in sheep. Journal of Animal Science 71(12): 3414-3422

Plasma insulin, C-peptide, and proinsulin concentrations in obese and nonobese individuals with varying degrees of glucose tolerance. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 76(1): 44-48

Plasma ionized calcium and cardiovascular risk factors in mild primary hyperparathyroidism: effects of long-term treatment with active vitamin D (alphacalcidol). Journal of International Medicine 231(4): 427-432

Plasma kinetics and mammary excretion of enrofloxacin administered by intrauterine infusion in water buffalo. ATTI della Federazione Mediterranea Sanita e Produzione Ruminanti 1: 171-177

Plasma kinetics of ivermectin in cows. New data and hypotheses on the presence of residues in milk. Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire 169(4): 259-261

Plasma lactate dehydrogenase estimation in the diagnosis of malaria. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 86(5): 563-565

Plasma leucine kinetics and urinary nitrogen excretion in intensively treated diabetes mellitus. American Journal of Physiology 263(1 Pt 1): E173-E179

Plasma level of antisecretory factor (ASF) and its relation to post-weaning diarrhoea in piglets. Journal of Veterinary Medicine Series B 40(2): 113-118

Plasma level of growth hormone in two genetic lines of dairy cattle selected for high and low milk yield. Norwegian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 6(3): 205-210

Plasma level, clearance and renal excretion of endogenous and ruminal purines in the bovine. Journal of Animal Physiology & Animal Nutrition 70(4-5): 180-189

Plasma levels of beta-endorphin, ACTH, glucose, free fatty acids and lactate in athletes after running races of different distances. Medical Science Research 20(2): 67-69

Plasma levels of gonadal steroids during final oocyte maturation of striped bass, Morone saxatilis L. General and Comparative Endocrinology 95(2): 178-191

Plasma levels of growth hormone and insulin-like growth factor-I and -II from 2 to 6 weeks of age in meat-type chickens selected for 6-week body weight or for feed conversion and reared under high or normal environmental temperature conditions. Reproduction, Nutrition, Development 33(4): 361-372

Plasma levels of insulin and liver glycogen contents in one- and two-year old Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) during the period of parr-smolt transformation. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 13(3): 191-197

Plasma levels of luteinizing hormone and of growth hormone in ewe lambs with food restriction. Agro Ciencia 7(2): 155-160

Plasma levels of macro and micro-elements in relation to occurrence of pubertal estrum in crossbred heifers. Indian Journal of Animal Nutrition 8(4): 265-268

Plasma levels of oxytetracycline, doxycycline, and minocycline in pigs after oral administration in feed. Journal of Animal Science 69(11): 4512-4522

Plasma levels of progesterone and oestradiol in bitches during normal sexual cycles. Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde 135(2): 51-57

Plasma levels of renin and aldosterone in right-sided congestive heart failure due to canine dirofilariasis. Canine Practice 17(3): 21-24

Plasma levels of somatotropin, somatostatin and metabolites in dairy cows fed a protected fat enriched diet. Rivista Italiana delle Sostanze Grasse 71(4): 191-195

Plasma levels of water soluble vitamins in various classes of cattle. Animal Science Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University ( P-933): 249-255

Plasma levels, disposition kinetics and dosage regimen of paracetamol in buffalo calves. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 63(11): 1160-1162

Plasma lipase concentration as an aid to the early detection of pancreas disease in farmed Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Veterinary Record 135(5): 107-108

Plasma lipid concentrations in children with cystic fibrosis: the value of a high-fat diet and pancreatic supplementation. British Journal of Nutrition 71(6): 959-964

Plasma lipid concentrations in hyperlipidemic patients consuming a high-fat diet supplemented with pyruvate for 6 wk. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 56(5): 950-954

Plasma lipid physical properties in swine fed margarine or butter in relation to dietary magnesium intake. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 12(2): 125-132

Plasma lipid transport in the horse (Equus caballus). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B, Comparative Biochemistry 106(1): 27-34

Plasma lipid-lowering effect of n6 and n3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in rats fed high carbohydrate diet. Korean Journal of Nutrition 24(5): 420-430

Plasma lipids and diet of the Mvskoke Indians. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 59(4): 847-852

Plasma lipids and large bowel volatile fatty acids in pigs fed on white rice, brown rice and rice bran. British Journal of Nutrition 70(2): 503-513

Plasma lipids and lipoproteins during 6 d of maintenance feeding with long-chain, medium-chain, and mixed-chain triglycerides. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 56(5): 881-886

Plasma lipoprotein lipids in five different breeds of dogs. Research in Veterinary Science 54(1): 63-67

Plasma lipoprotein metabolism and fat deposition in poultry. Proceedings of the Georgia Nutrition Conference for the Feed Industry: 1-6

Plasma lipoprotein pattern during long-term home parenteral nutrition with two lipid emulsions. Jpen. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition 17(5): 432-437

Plasma lipoprotein variations in boutonneuse fever. Presse Medicale 21(3): 109-112

Plasma lipoprotein(a) protein concentration and coronary artery disease in black patients compared with white patients. American Journal of Medicine 93(6): 658-662

Plasma lipoproteins in familial combined hyperlipidemia: a study of hyperlipidemic and normolipidemic kindreds. Nutrition Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases 2(4): 165-169

Plasma lipoproteins in the golden Syrian hamster (Mesocricetus auratus): heterogeneity of apoB- and apoA-I-containing particles. Journal of Lipid Research 34(6): 943-959

Plasma Membrane Ca-ATPase of Radish Seedlings : II. Regulation by Calmodulin. Plant Physiology 98(3): 1202-1206

Plasma membrane alterations of maturing goat (Capra indicus) spermatozoa: lectin-binding and freeze-fracture study. Cell and Tissue Research 271(1): 159-168

Plasma membrane block to sperm entry occurs in mouse eggs upon parthenogenetic activation. Molecular Reproduction and Development 38(2): 200-208

Plasma membrane changes in the rat corpus luteum induced by oxygen radical generation. Endocrinology 133(2): 491-495

Plasma membrane effects of salicylic acid treatment on cultured rose cells. Environmental & Experimental Botany 33(2): 267-272

Plasma membrane ion channel regulation during abscisic acid-induced closing of stomata. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B Biological Sciences 338(1283): 83-89

Plasma Membrane Lipids Associated with Genetic Variability in Freezing Tolerance and Cold Acclimation of Solanum Species. Plant Physiology 103(3): 793-803

Plasma membrane physicochemical changes during maturation and postharvest storage of muskmelon fruit. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 118(2): 223-227

Plasma membrane preparations from suspension cultured plant cells contain the enzymes for the recycling of phosphatidic acid and diacylglycerol. Plant Science (Limerick) 87(1): 29-37

Plasma membrane protein composition and synthesis in soybean hypocotyl segments undergoing auxin-induced elongation. Protoplasma 177(3-4): 144-152

Plasma membrane redox activity: components and role in plant processes. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology 44: 131-155

Plasma membrane sterols and flowering induction. Plant Science (Limerick) 89(2): 153-160

Plasma membrane vesicles from source and sink leaves : changes in solute transport and polypeptide composition. Plant Physiology 100(3): 1150-1156

Plasma metabolites of lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) in relation to diet and storage conditions. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A, Comparative Physiology 103(2): 373-380

Plasma norepinephrine kinetics are unaltered in chronically undernourished adult subjects. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 48(1): 30-37

Plasma oestrogen and triglyceride concentrations and reproductive characteristics of broiler chickens after ten generations of selection at seven weeks of age for high or low plasma very low density lipoprotein concentration. British Poultry Science 33(5): 1043-1055

Plasma opioid peptides and ACTH responses to fish oil and vitamin E supplementation in male subjects. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry 4(1): 45-48

Plasma orosomucoid metabolism and susceptibility to malarial infection in rodents. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 28(11): 1078-1081

Plasma oxfendazole profile in buffalo and cattle, a marker of pharmacokinetics of fenbendazole. Buffalo Journal 8(2): 157-161

Plasma oxytocin during the first and second stages of spontaneous human labour. Acta Endocrinologica 126(5): 425-429

Plasma pancreastatin responses after intrajejunal infusion of liquid meal in patients with chronic pancreatitis. Digestive Diseases & Sciences 35(6): 721-725

Plasma pepsinogens, nutrients, and diet in areas of Italy at varying gastric cancer risk. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention 1(1): 45-50

Plasma pharmacokinetics and bioavailability of oxytetracycline in Atlantic salmon held in seawater. Bulletin of the Aquaculture Association of Canada ( 3): 70-72

Plasma phospholipids and some indicators of immunity in people working in the north of Tyumen Oblast'. Gigiena i Sanitariya ( 6): 32-33

Plasma polyunsaturated fatty acid pattern in active inflammatory bowel disease. Gut 33(10): 1365-1369

Plasma potassium measurement with a new reagent carrier (Reflotron): comparison with ion-selective electrode results. Research in Veterinary Science 54(1): 127-129

Plasma progesterone (P) and estrone (E) concentrations in crossbred English Thoroughbreds in the second half of pregnancy. Veteriner Fakultesi Dergisi, Uludag Universitesi 12(1): 41-48

Plasma progesterone concentration in Holstein heifers during the first 7 days after first and repeat inseminations. Veterinaria Mexico 23(3): 189-192

Plasma progesterone concentrations during pregnancy and pseudopregnancy and onset of ovarian activity post partum in indigenous goats in Zimbabwe. Tropical Animal Health and Production 24(4): 242-250

Plasma progesterone concentrations in Precoce ewes during early pregnancy and its relationship with ovulation rate. Avances en Alimentacion y Mejora Animal 32(5): 187-189

Plasma progesterone during the luteal phase and pregnancy in parturient and barren blue fox vixens. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica Section A Animal Science 42(4): 232-239

Plasma progesterone profile of fertile and infertile oestrus cycles in repeat breeding buffaloes. Indian Veterinary Journal 69(8): 766-767

Plasma progesterone profiles and variation in cyclic ovarian activity throughout the year in indigenous goats in Zimbabwe. Animal Reproduction Science 30(4): 301-311

Plasma progesterone profiles, ovarian response and embryo recovery in crossbred ewes superovulated during breeding and non-breeding seasons. Animal Reproduction Science 34(2): 119-126

Plasma prolactin during the breeding season in adult and immature macaroni (Eudyptes chrysolophus) and gentoo (Pygoscelis papua) penguins. General and Comparative Endocrinology 92(3): 339-346

Plasma prolactin during the luteal phase and pregnancy in non-parturient and parturient blue fox vixens. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica Section A Animal Science 42(4): 240-245

Plasma protein levels as potential marker traits for resistance to furunculosis. Journal of Fish Diseases 16(6): 561-568

Plasma protein synthesis and serum amino acids in dry and lactating dairy cows. Journal of Veterinary Medicine Series A 41(1): 72-75

Plasma proteins and lipid contents in blood serum of subclinical fatty liver in Friesian cows. Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal 28(55): 233-241

Plasma proteins and probiotic as milk replacer ingredients. Journal of Dairy Science 75(SUPPL 1): 267

Plasma renin activity and aldosterone and vasopressin concentrations during incremental treadmill exercise in horses. American Journal of Veterinary Research 53(8): 1290-1293

Plasma retinol and beta -carotene levels and their association with post-partum diseases in cows. Doga, Turk Veterinerlik ve Hayvanclk Dergisi 16(2): 177-186

Plasma secretin fluctuates in phase with periodic pancreatic secretion and the duodenal migrating myoelectric complex in calves. Research in Veterinary Science 56(3): 332-337

Plasma silicon and radiographic bone density in weanling Quarter horses fed sodium zeolite A. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 12(5): 292-296

Plasma testosterone concentration and fertility of young bulls. Sbornik Jihoceska Univerzita, Zemedelska Fakulta, Ceske Budejovice, Zootechnicka Rada 9(special issue): 82

Plasma testosterone concentrations and their relationships with reproductive traits in Canchim and Nelore bulls. Revista Brasileira de Reproducao Animal 16(1-2): 1-11

Plasma testosterone level in male Swiss albino mice. Indian Veterinary Medical Journal 15(3): 219-220

Plasma thyroidal and adrenocortical hormones during different developmental stages in buffalo heifers. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 62(8): 747-748

Plasma total and lipoprotein cholesterol, liver cholesterol and fecal cholesterol excretion in hamsters fed fiber diets. Journal of Nutrition 123(8): 1377-1382

Plasma total glutathione in humans and its association with demographic and health-related factors. British Journal of Nutrition 70(3): 797-808

Plasma triglyceride level and mortality from coronary heart disease. New England Journal of Medicine 328(17): 1220-1225

Plasma tryptophan and tyrosine concentrations: determination using high performance liquid chromatography and fluorometric detection. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry 1(4): 220-222

Plasma tumor necrosis factor-alpha during long-term endotoxemia in awake sheep. Journal of Applied Physiology 73(5): 1831-1837

Plasma variations of some hormones and nutrients associated with energy metabolism in high yielding Italian Simmental cows. Archivio Veterinario Italiano 43(5/6): 213-226

Plasma vitamin A in nephrectomized rats. Nutrition research 12(2): 265-277

Plasma vitamin A levels in measles and malnourished pediatric patients and their implications in therapeutics. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics 39(3): 179-182

Plasma vitamin B-6 concentrations of healthy teenagers given dietary supplements of water soluble vitamins and iron. Nutrition research 12(7): 825-831

Plasma vitamin E concentrations of older infants fed cow's milk or infant formula. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition 15(4): 375-381

Plasma vitamin concentrations in patients with intestinal metaplasia and in controls. European Journal of Cancer Prevention 1(2): 177-186

Plasma zinc as an index of vitellogenin production and reproductive status in the domestic fowl. Comparative Biochemistry & Physiology A 100(3): 719-724

Plasma, blood and milk-clotting enzymes of some fungi. Egyptian Journal of Physiological Sciences 16(1-2): 13-26

Plasma, red muscle, and liver drug levels and the elimination times after administration of a sulfonamide-trimethoprim combination to broilers. Veterinarium 3(2): 22-27

Plasma-dependent chemotactic activity of hemocytes derived from a juvenile estuarine gastropod mollusc, Clithon retropictus, to Vibrio parahaemolyticus and Escherichia coli strains. Journal of Veterinary Medical Science 53(5): 883-887

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