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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 2526

Chapter 2526 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



The opsX locus of Xanthomonas campestris affects host range and biosynthesis of lipopolysaccharide and extracellular polysaccharide. Journal of Bacteriology 175(18): 5839-5850

The optical fibre diameter analyser (OFDA): new technology for the wool industry. Wool Technology and Sheep Breeding 40(4): 131-134

The optimal combination of HMW glutenin subunits coded at gene loci Glu-A1 and Glu-B1 for bread-making quality in Scandinavian wheats. Hereditas (Lund) 118(1): 71-78

The optimal cultivation method for high-quality flue-cured tobacco in the Weibei arid highlands. Shaanxi Journal of Agricultural Sciences ( 1): 12-14

The optimal cultural parameters for the production of gibberellic acid by Aspergillus niger. Turkish Journal of Biology 17(2): 63-74

The optimal design of forest experiments and forest surveys. Proceedings of a IUFRO S4.11 Conference held on 10-14 September 1991, University of Greenwich, London, UK. The optimal design of forest experiments and forest surveys Proceedings of a IUFRO S411 Conference held on 10-14 September 1991, University of Greenwich, London, UK: 334 pp.

The optimal dietary threonine to lysine ratio for growing pigs. Recent advances in animal nutrition in Australia 1993: 213-222

The optimal fitting for a sort of species population curve. Natural Enemies of Insects 12(1): 33-39

The optimal fruit load for cordons. How many leaves does an apple require?. Fruitteelt Den Haag 82(28): 12-13

The optimal growth of Helianthus annuus. Journal of Theoretical Biology 165(4): 523-531

The optimal humidity regime for the beet root aphid. Zashchita Rastenii ( 12): 26-27

The optimal land operation size and agricultural modernization. Chinese Rural Economy ( 8): 38-42

The optimal number of female flowers and the fruits-to-flowers ratio in plants under pollination and resources limitation. American Naturalist 135(2): 218-241

The optimal use of agricultural landscapes. Berichte ueber Landwirtschaft 70(3): 358-386

The optimal use of exhaustible resources. Handbook of natural resource and energy economics: Volume 3: 855-880

The optimization of diet of Lates calcarifer by substituting fish meal with greaves meal. Fish nutrition in practice: 4th international symposium on fish nutrition and feeding Biaritz, France, June 24-27, 1991: 691-704

The optimization of hydraulic protection of groundwater. Polish Journal of Environmental Studies 1(2): 3-8

The optimum allowance of sesame cake meal for broilers. Chinese Journal of Animal Science 28(5): 26-27

The optimum area of agricultural production. Buletinul Universitatii de Stiinte Cluj Napoca Seria Agricultura si Horticultura 46(1): 151-157

The optimum carbohydrate to lipid ratio in hybrid Clarias catfish (Clarias macrocephalus x C. gariepinus) diets containing raw broken rice. Aquaculture 127(1): 61-68

The optimum design of the pipelines with multiple outlet. Transactions of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Machinery 25(2): 56-59

The optimum insemination dose. Svinovodstvo ( 4): 15-16

The optimum periods for harvesting late rice and sowing barley. Zhejiang Nongye Kexue ( 5): 204-207

The optimum plot size in experiments with rubber trees. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 24(8): 1021-1026

The optimum structure of diet for replacement heifers. Molochnoe i Myasnoe Skotovodstvo (3): 12-13

The optimum time for single artificial insemination of blue fox vixens (Alopex lagopus) with frozen-thawed semen from silver foxes (Vulpes vulpes). Theriogenology 38(5): 853-865

The orchid book: a guide to the identification of cultivated orchid species. The orchid book: a guide to the identification of cultivated orchid species: xxvi + 529 pp.

The orchid seeds: taxonomic, evolutionary, and functional aspects. Journal of the Orchid Society of India 6(1-2): 91-107

The orchids of North-East India: towards 'a rainbow revolution'. Journal of the Orchid Society of India 6(1-2): 21-25

The orchids of peninsular Malaysia and Singapore. Seidenfaden, G [Author], Wood, J J [Author] The orchids of peninsular Malaysia and Singapore 779p

The order of liguleless gene function. Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter ( 67): 17

The ordering of land use in the suburbs of the urban areas in Thailand. Solidarity ( 131/132): 155-163

The organic fraction-bulk density relationship and the expression of nutrient content in forest soils. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23(6): 1026-1032

The organic migration of radionuclides in the Chernobyl AES contamination zone. Zemledelie ( 5): 14-16

The organisation and expression of the genes encoding the mitochondrial glycine decarboxylase complex and serine hydroxymethyltransferase in pea (Pisum sativum). Molecular and General Genetics 236(2-3): 402-408

The organisation of pigment-proteins within photosystem II. Research in photosynthesis Volume II Proceedings of the IXth International Congress on Photosynthesis, Nagoya, Japan, August 30 September 4, 1992: 13-20

The organisation of small-scale tree nurseries: studies from Asia, Africa and Latin America. The organisation of small scale tree nurseries: studies from Asia, Africa and Latin America: xii + 144 pp.

The organization and costs of quality control for milk. Acta Academiae Agriculturae ac Technicae Olstenensis, Oeconomica ( 25, Supplement A): 55pp.

The organization and economic results of farms in mountain areas, exemplified by the village of Trybsz. Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczej im H Koataja w Krakowie, Sesja Naukowa ( 25): 209-227

The organization and performance of Cuban agriculture. Modernization and stagnation: Latin American agriculture into the 1990s: 233-260

The organization and production results of farms acquired from the State Land Fund reserves in selected communes of the Olsztyn province during 1975-88. Acta Academiae Agriculturae ac Technicae Olstenensis, Geodaesia et Ruris Regulatio ( 21): 147-161

The organization of a small-country agricultural research system with broad research demands: institutional diversity in Honduras. ISNAR Small Countries Study Paper ( 4): xii + 46pp.

The organization of agricultural administration in Thuringia - stage of construction. Agrarrecht 24(10): 317-323

The organization of agriculture and its contribution to economic development. Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture 32(1): 12-19

The organization of forest enterprises - the beginning of a new system. Gozdarski Vestnik 52(1): 43-47

The organization of sandy soils in pine biogeocoenoses (at the level of the upper horizons system). Pochvovedenie ( 9): 120-130

The organization of sensory analysis for Parmigiano Reggiano cheese. Scienza e Tecnica Lattiero Casearia 43(5): 354-359

The organization, localization and nucleotide sequence of the histone genes of the midge Chironomus thummi. Chromosoma 101(1): 25-31

The organizational concept and vertebrates without sex chromosomes. Brain Behavior & Evolution 42(4-5): 202-214

The organizational structure of cooperatives: centralization versus decentralization of decision making authority. Agricultural cooperatives in transition: 103-124

The organo-mineral complex in fine fractions of excessively wet slope soils. Pochvovedenie ( 1): 100-104

The organophosphorus insecticide malathion. Acta Pharmaceutica Nordica 1(2): 61

The oriT region of the Agrobacterium tumefaciens Ti plasmid pTiC58 shares DNA sequence identity with the transfer origins of RSF1010 and RK2/RP4 and with T-region borders. Journal of Bacteriology 174(19): 6238-6246

The oribatids of peat bogs of the Swiss Jura (Acari, Oribatei). Faunistics 1. Introduction, Bifemorata, Ptyctima, Arthronota. Mitteilungen der Schweizerischen Entomologischen Gesellshaft 64(1-2): 173-188

The origin and dispersal of the lower Hamamelidae. Acta Phytotaxonomica Sinica 31(6): 489-504

The origin and evolution of weed beets: consequences for the breeding and release of herbicide-resistant transgenic sugar beets. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 87(4): 471-478

The origin and genetic differentiation of native breeds of pigs in southwest China: an approach from mitochondrial DNA polymorphism. Biochemical Genetics 31(1-2): 51-60

The origin and identification of Hebe xandersonii and its cultivars (Scrophulariaceae). Horticulture in New Zealand 5(1): 21-25

The origin and identification of Hebe xfranciscana and its cultivars (Scrophulariaceae). Horticulture in New Zealand 5(1): 15-20

The origin and identification of macropores in an earthen-lined dairy manure storage basin. Journal of Environmental Quality 22(1): 148-154

The origin and management of twin pregnancy between 14 and 60 days. Veterinary Continuing Education, Massey University ( 143): 23-33

The origin and organization of cortical microtubules during the transition between M and G1 phases of the cell cycle as observed in highly synchronized cells of tobacco BY-2. Planta 93(4): 567-572

The origin and possible time of divergence of the Hawaiian Drosophilidae: evidence from DNA sequences. Molecular Biology and Evolution 9(5): 905-916

The origin and theoretical correction of thermal gradients in thermocouple psychrometers. Plant, Cell and Environment 17(1): 97-104

The origin of Manihot esculenta Crantz (Euphorbiaceae). Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 41(3): 133-150

The origin of Staphylococcus saprophyticus from cattle and pigs. Scandinavian Journal of Infectious Diseases 25(1): 57-60

The origin of Trypanosomatidae. Parazitologiya 27(2): 97-107

The origin of a double insertion of homogeneously staining regions in the mouse (Mus musculus musculus). Genetika 26( 2): 570-572

The origin of blanket mire, revisited. Climatic change and human impact on the landscape: studies in palaeoecology and environmental archaeology: 217-224

The origin of lysine-containing proteins in opaque-2 maize endosperm. Plant molecular biology 23(4): 825-838

The origin of multiple mating types in mushrooms. Journal of Cell Science 104(2): 227-230

The origin of parasitism in blowflies. British Journal of Entomology and Natural History 2(3): 125-127

The origin of parasitophorous vacuole membrane lipids in malaria-infected erythrocytes. Journal of Cell Science 106: 237-248

The origin of polyploids via 2n gametes in Vaccinium section Cyanococcus. Euphytica 61(3): 241-246

The origin of the Argentine Mastiff. Chovatel' 28(10): 234-235

The origin of the allotetraploid species of Gossypium. Chromosome engineering in plants: genetics, breeding, evolution Part B: 449-469

The origin of the bifunctional dihydrofolate reductase-thymidylate synthase isogenes of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Journal 3(5): 657-668

The origin of the cultivated plants of Acer pentaphyllum. Plantsman 13(1): 39-41

The origin of the fagaceous cupule. Botanical Review 59(2): 81-111

The origin of the gelatinous matrix in plant parasitic nematodes. Nematologica 40(1): 150-151

The origin of the montane-taiga forest of the Carpathians. Byulleten' Moskovskogo Obshchestva Ispytatelei Prirody, Biologicheskii 97(3): 92-99

The origin of the specific protein hunger of layers by investigating their responses in dietary self-selection. Archiv fuer Gefluegelkunde 57(1): 42-47

The origin of variation in seed density in celery (Apium graveolens L.). Annals of Applied Biology 123(1): 133-139

The origin, development, present status and importance of the lowland peat swamp forests of Borneo. Suo 43(4/5): 241-244

The origin, patterning and evolution of insect appendages. Bioessays 15(9): 567-577

The origin, results and social effect of farmers who take the lead in becoming rich - a social and economic investigation in Houban village, Longhai County. Rural Economy and Society (6): 29-32

The original basal stem section influences rooting in Pinus banksiana cuttings. Physiologia Plantarum 86(1): 1-5

The origins and practice of Participatory Rural Appraisal. World Development Oxford 22(7): 953-969

The origins of Olympism in Mexico: the Central American Games of 1926. International Journal of the History of Sport 10(3): 313-332

The origins of agricultural policy in Ivory Coast 1960-86. Journal of Development Studies 29(4): 25-59

The origins of biotechnology and its potential for agriculture. Agricultural biotechnology: issues and choices: 3-21

The origins of plant disease research in the United States Department of Agriculture. Plant Disease 78(3): 318-321

The origins of subsistence agriculture in Oceania and the potentials for future tropical food crops. Economic Botany 47(1): 3-14

The ormer (Haliotis tuberculata) fishery of France and the Channel Islands. Abalone of the world: biology, fisheries and culture Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium on Abalone: 454-457

The orotracheal intubation over a retrograde translaryngeal guide in the rabbit. Kleintierpraxis 38(3): 179-180,182

The osa gene of pSa encodes a 21.1-kilodalton protein that suppresses Agrobacterium tumefaciens oncogenicity. Journal of Bacteriology 173(17): 5449-5456

The oscillating character of water uptake by seeds. Doklady Rossiiskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk ( 11-12): 21-23

The other habit: sugar feeding by mosquitoes. Bulletin of the Society for Vector Ecology 17(2): 150-156

The outbreak of equine influenza (H3N8) in the United Kingdom in 1989: diagnostic use of an antigen capture ELISA. Veterinary Record 133(21): 515-519

The outcome of osteochondrosis dissecans of the talocrural joint, with and without surgical treatment, in horses. Verlaufskontrolle von chirurgisch behandelten und unbehandelten Pferden mit einer Osteochondrosis dissecans Od im Talokruralgelenk: 113 pp.

The outlook for Chinese wool production and marketing: some policy proposals. ACIAR Technical Reports Series ( 25): 50-57

The outlook for fertilizer production and consumption with particular reference to East Europe and the former USSR. FMB European Fertilizer Convention, Antwerp, 28-30 June 1992: 17 pp.

The outlook for rural development in black Africa. Zeitschrift fur Wirtschaftsgeographie 35(3/4): 184-191

The outlook for the International Sugar Organization. FO Lichts International Sugar and Sweetener Report 124(23): 401-404

The outlook of European tourist package holiday market. Acta Turistica 5(2): 134-154

The output and outcome of two types of formal health structures - health and post and creche - for nutritional interventions for preschool children in two urban, low-income communities of Belo Horizonte, Brazil (1986). Archivos Latinoamericanos de Nutricion 42(2): 101-109

The outstanding characteristics of Aixiang pear. China Fruits ( 4): 7-8

The ovarian and uterine renin-angiotensin system in mammals. Reproduction, Nutrition, Development 33(3): 185-198

The ovariectomized rat as a model for postmenopausal osteoporosis. Therapeutic effects of vitamin D metabolites. Advances in Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition ( 20): 78-83

The ovary of Hystrichopsylla: structure and previtellogenic growth. Regulation of Insect Reproduction IV Proceedings of a symposium held in Zinkovy, September 1987: 113-124

The overall design of rural communities. The case of Miyauchi area in Tottori Prefecture. Journal of Rural Planning Association 10(4): 35-40

The overall impact of recently developed foods on the dietary habits of adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health 13(5): 389-391

The overall toxic situation today. Reflections on the WHO report Diet, nutrition and the prevention of chronic diseases. Zeitschrift fur Ernahrungswissenschaft 31(4): 225-245

The overcome of famine. Economic Planning in Free Societies 30(6): 3-11

The overhead gantry: a bridge to integrated crop husbandry. Landbouwkundig Tijdschrift 103(10): 5-7

The overwintering of eggs, intramolluscal stages and metacercariae of Fasciola hepatica under the temperatures of a Mediterranean area (Madrid, Spain). Veterinary Parasitology 55(1/2): 143-148

The overwintering population of Trichogramma telengai, an egg parasite of the oak roller Tortrix viridana in the oak forests of the Crimea. Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Lesnoi Zhurnal ( 5): 9-13

The ovicidal effect of tomatine against deposited eggs of the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella L. Chinese Journal of Entomology 12(3): 213-216

The oviduct musculature of the stable fly Stomoxys calcitrans: properties of its spontaneous motility and neural regulation. Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology 19(2): 119-132

The oviposition process in two direct breeding generations in a water strider, Aquarius paludum (Fabricius). Journal of Insect Physiology 38(9): 687-692

The ovulation-inducing effect of seminal plasma in the Bactrian camel. Proceedings of the First International Camel Conference, Dubai, 2nd 6th February 1992: 159-161

The Ovule and the Embryo Sac. Plant Cell 5(10): 1291-1301

The ovule of Swertia iberica (Gentianaceae): structural and functional aspects. Phytomorphology 41(3-4): 213-229

The ownership in rural share-owner economy: main features and socio-economic effects. Problems of Agricultural Economy ( 4): 18-24

The oxen's horns have broken the honey pot. Lettre du Reseau Recherche Developpement ( 16): 30-33

The oxfendazole pulse release bolus. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics 11(4): 405-408

The oxidative modification of low density lipoprotein by nonenzymatically glycated peptide-Fe complex. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, Lipids and Lipid Metabolism 1086(3): 273-278

The oxygen sensor FixL of Rhizobium meliloti is a membrane protein containing four possible transmembrane segments. Journal of Bacteriology 175(4): 1103-1109

The oyster mushroom - importance and prospects. Mushroom Research 1(1): 25-32

The ozone situation in Alpine valleys in Austria. Centralblatt fur das Gesamte Forstwesen 110(4): 205-220

The p53 gene expression and its developmental regulation in schistosomes. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 87 Suppl 4: 71-73

The pH Dependence of Violaxanthin Deepoxidation in Isolated Pea Chloroplasts. Plant Physiology 101(1): 65-71

The pH gradients in the root system and the abscisic acid concentration in xylem and apoplastic saps. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B Biological Sciences 341(1295): 49-56

The pH of the colostrum and milk in lactation sows. World Review of Animal Production 27(2): 21-22

The pH value and the occurrence of low molecular weight fatty acids in wetwood of beech (Fagus sylvatica L.). European Journal of Forest Pathology 23(1): 1-10

The pH-dependent yield threshold of the cell wall in a glycerinated hollow cylinder (in vitro system) of cowpea hypocotyl. Plant, Cell and Environment 17(8): 979-983

The pacaya palm (Chamaedorea tepejilote; Arecaceae) and its food use in Guatemala. Economic Botany 48(1): 68-75

The pachira. Inligtingsbulletin Instituut vir Tropiese en Subtropiese Gewasse ( 253): 13-14

The packaging material Tseflen made using a Russian aluminium foil. Molochnaya i Myasnaya Promyshlennost' ( 3): 40-43

The pain and pleasure of gendered leisure. World Leisure and Recreation 36(3): 4-10

The palaeosol in the Quaternary and climatic changes in arid intermountain basins in east Tianshan mountains. Arid Land Geography 16(2): 21-27

The palm oil industry - issues and challenges in the 1990s. Borneo Review 3(1): 124-151

The palyno-morphology of Caucasian orchids. Biologicheskii Zhurnal Armenii 43(3): 213-220

The palynology of the genus Rondeletia L. (Rubiaceae-Cinchonoideae-Rondeletieae). Grana 32(6): 321-326

The panchayat tradition: a north Indian village council in transition 1947-1962. The panchayat tradition: a north Indian village council in transition 1947-1962: 260pp.

The parabola of food aid. Rivista di Economia Agraria 48(4): 629-659

The paradox of agricultural development in the context of developing and the developed countries. Economic Planning in Free Societies 29(6): 3-6

The paradox of economics and ecology. Ecodecision ( 9): 45-47

The paradox that is Pakistani cricket: some initial reflections. Sports Historian ( 14): 21-37

The paradoxes inherent in the notion of service. Espaces Paris ( 128): 8-12

The parameters of breed and seasonal differences in the variation of some mechanisms of natural resistance in sheep. 1. Dynamics of phagocyte activity of neutrophilic granulocytes. Genetika i Selektsiya 25(5): 402-411

The parametrization of rainfall interception in GCMs. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 118(505): 455-467

The parasite assemblage in the spiral intestine of the shark Mustelus canis. Journal of Parasitology 79(6): 886-899

The parasite fauna of Rana temporaria. Biologija ( 1): 15

The parasite fauna of the red fox (Vulpes vulpes) in West Berlin and serological tests for Borrelia burgdorferi antibodies. Beitrag zur Parasitenfauna des Rotfuchses Vulpes vulpes in Berlin West und serologische Untersuchungen auf Borrelia burgdorferi Antikorper: 121 pp.

The parasite, a privileged zoological witness of its host. Bulletin de la Societe Zoologique de France 118(1): 7-10

The parasite-host relationship between Encarsia formosa Gahan (Hym., Aphelinidae) and Trialeurodes vaporariorum (Westwood) (Hom., Aleyrodidae). XXIII. Application of different sampling methods on spatially stabilized whitefly adult populations. Journal of Applied Entomology 116(2): 199-211

The parasite-host relationship between Encarsia formosa Gahan (Hymenoptera, Aphelinidae) and Trialeurodes vaporariorum (Westwood) (Homoptera, Aleyrodidae). XXXVII. Adult emergence and initial dispersal pattern of E. formosa. Journal of Applied Entomology 114(4): 392-399

The parasites and their life cycles. Human schistosomiasis: 1-32

The parasites of Diaprepes abbreviatus (Coleoptera Curculionidae) of the french Antilles. Bulletin de la Societe Entomologique de France 96(3): 295-299

The parasites of blueback herring (Alosa aestivalis) and alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) from the Miramichi River, New Brunswick. Canadian Journal of Zoology 70(8): 1622-1624

The parasitic ability of bacteria causing plant diseases (1). Agriculture and Horticulture 67(2): 233-242

The parasitic angiosperms of Saudi Arabia - a review. Proceedings of the 5th international symposium of parasitic weeds, Nairobi, Kenya, 24-30 June 1991: 68-75

The parasitic turbellarian Urastoma cyprinae (Platyhelminthes: Urastomidae) from blue mussel Mytilus galloprovincilais in Spain: occurrence and pathology. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 18(3): 203-210

The parasitic wasp Aphelinus abdominalis against aphids in tomatoes. Gemuse Munchen 29(3): 196-198

The parasitological society of Southern Africa. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 63(2): 85-100

The parasitophorous vacuole of Leishmania mexicana complex. Parasitology Today 10(7): PTC01

The parasporal inclusion of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. shandongiensis: characterization and screening for insecticidal activity. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 59(3): 295-302

The paraventricular nucleus and corticotrophin-releasing hormone are not critical in suppressing pulsatile LH secretion in ovariectomized lactating rats. Journal of Endocrinology 137(2): 291-297

The parent training guide to recreation: a compilation of resources for people who provide education and training to the parents of children with disabilities. The parent training guide to recreation: a compilation of resources for people who provide education and training to the parents of children with disabilities: unpaged

The parental allelic ratio determines the DNA modification of the zein genes. Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter ( 66): 78

The partial characterization of melon vein-banding mosaic virus, a newly recognized virus infecting cucurbits in Taiwan. Plant Pathology (Oxford) 42(1): 100-107

The partial past. Comments on the history of thinking about resistance of plants against insects, nematodes, fungi and other harmful agents. Durability of disease resistance: 11-22

The participation of China and the Soviet Union in the global wheat market. Improving agricultural trade performance under the GATT: 45-61

The participation of amino acids in the formation of colorants during sugar production. Zuckerindustrie 118(7): 528-530

The participation of energy substrates in the control of meiotic maturation in murine oocytes. Developmental Biology 162(1): 154-168

The participation of the food industry in the struggle against nutritional anaemia. Cahiers de l' ENS BANA ( 8): 183-196

The participation of water-soluble organic substances in mineral weathering. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft ( 68): 297-300

The participation of women and children in Latin American and Caribbean agriculture. Gender analysis in agricultural research: proceedings of an internal workshop CIAT, Palmira, Colombia 13-14 June, 1991: 49-90

The participation of women in peasant communal organization. Limiting and facilitating factors. Trabajos del Colegio Andino ( 8): 78pp.

The partition and fate of soluble and digesta particulate associated oxfendazole and its metabolites in the gastrointestinal tract of sheep. International Journal for Parasitology 24(3): 327-333

The partition of ascorbic and dehydroascorbic acid in vitamin C-containing Guatemalan foods. Food Chemistry 47(1): 87-92

The partitioning of dry matter between root and shoot of a range of temperate annual and perennial pasture grasses. Proceedings Annual Conference Agronomy Society of New Zealand 22: 87-90

The partitioning of evapotranspiration into evaporation and transpiration for the irrigation scheduling of vegetable crops. Acta Horticulturae ( 278): 113-118

The partitioning of photosynthetically fixed carbon within the rhizosphere of mature wheat. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 24(11): 1147-1156

The partitioning of root-derived carbon within the rhizosphere of arable crops. Soil organic matter dynamics and the sustainability of tropical agriculture: proceedings of an International Symposium, Leuven, Belgium, 4-6 November 1991: 101-108

The partitioning of sulfur following fumigation of wheat, bean and cabbage with H235S and CO35S. Phyton Horn 1993; 32(3, special edition): 25-30

The passion and the fashion: football fandom in the new Europe. The passion and the fashion: football fandom in the new Europe: x + 205 pp.

The passion fruit industry in Trinidad and Tobago. IICA Miscellaneous Publication ( 93/05): iv + 39 pp.

The passive transfer in vitro of canine immunoglobulin E (IgE) on to equine basophils. Pratique Medicale and Chirurgicale de l' Animal de Compagnie 28(3): 387-391

The past and present uses of rhatany (Krameria, Krameriaceae). Economic Botany 45(3): 397-409

The past and the future of agriculture and market gardening. Economisch Statistische Berichten 77(3864): 607-611

The past of the spontaneous activity of holiday resort Leanyfalu. Dunakanyar 28(1): 23-33

The pastoral Fulani of Niger. Customary commerce: a historical reassessment of pastoral livestock marketing in Africa: 72-106

The pastoral Fulani of northern Nigeria. Customary commerce: a historical reassessment of pastoral livestock marketing in Africa: 45-71

The pastoral road to extinction: competition between wildlife and traditional pastoralism in East Africa. Environmental Conservation 19(2): 117-123

The pastoralist's dilemma: common property and enclosure in Kenya's rangeland. Food systems under stress in Africa: African Canadian research cooperation Proceedings of a workshop held in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 7-8 November 1993: 100-113

The pasture ryegrass plant, what is it?. Proceedings of the New Zealand Grassland Association 53: 111-116

The patchwork problem: effects of sub-pixel scale non-uniformity on the spatially-averaged sensible heat flux. International Journal of Remote Sensing 15(8): 1687-1694

The patent war and the international biotechnology stakes: some considerations following the Uruguay Round. QA, Questione Agraria ( 48): 155-185

The patenting of transgenic animals - will it matter at the end of the day?. Australian Journal of Biotechnology 5(1): 15-19

The path of chromoplast development in fruits and flowers. Plant Science (Limerick) 94(1-2): 1-17

The pathogen and control of kidney bean wilt disease. Acta Phytophylactica Sinica 19(2): 107-110

The pathogenesis of bluetongue virus infection of bovine blood cells in vitro: ultrastructural characterization. Archives of Virology 136(3/4): 287-298

The pathogenesis of granulomatous inflammation and organ injury in schistosomiasis: interactions between the schistosome ova and the host. Immunological Investigations 21(5): 455-475

The pathogenesis of quail bronchitis. Avian Diseases 38(3): 548-556

The pathogenesis of wild type and drug resistant mutant strains of bovine herpesvirus-1 (BHV-1) in the natural host. Archives of Virology 128(1-2): 43-54

The pathogenesis, diagnosis, and management of feline acne. Veterinary Medicine 86(5): 504...512

The pathogenetic role of Candida in psoriasis. Candida and candidamycosis: 193-195

The pathogenicity of Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. radicis-lycopersici to several plants. Proceedings of the Kansai Plant Protection Society ( 36): 1-6

The pathogenicity of a caprine contagious ecthyma virus in sheep. Jurnal Veterinar Malaysia 4(1): 45-49

The pathogenicity to tea tree and the occurrence regularity of Paratylenchus curvitatus. China Tea ( 2): 32-34

The pathology and trace element status of the toxic milk mutant mouse. Journal of Comparative Pathology 110(1): 37-47

The pathology of alveolar hydatid disease (5 cases). Turkiye Parazitoloji Dergisi 16(2): 25-30

The pathology of bovine ephemeral fever with special reference to the pathogenesis of the joint and skeletal muscle lesions and pulmonary emphysema. Bovine ephemeral fever and related rhabdoviruses Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium held in Beijing, PRC, 25-27 August 1992: 63-67

The pathology of chicken gout induced by high dietary calcium and low dietary phosphorus. Acta Veterinaria et Zootechnica Sinica 23(1): 80-86

The pathology of diseases and diffuse disorders due to selenium deficiency in non-ruminants. Norwegian Journal of Agricultural Sciences Supplement 0(11): 95-103

The pathology of experimental Trypanosoma evansi infection in the Indonesian buffalo (Bubalus bubalis). Journal of Comparative Pathology 110(3): 237-252

The pathology of hydatid cyst disease (22 cases). Turkiye Parazitoloji Dergisi 16(2): 16-24

The pathology of respiratory diseases in cattle and pigs. Proceedings of the Royal Veterinary College/Pfizer Ltd symposium: on respiratory diseases in cattle and pigs: at the Royal Veterinary College, Hawkshead Campus 2nd July 1991: 53-65

The pathophysiology of malaria. Advances in Parasitology 31: 83-173

The pathotype distribution of Puccinia recondita f.sp. tritici in India during 1987-89. Indian Phytopathology 46(1): 54-59

The pathway of hemoglobin degradation in malaria parasites. Parasitology Today 8(8): 280-283

The pathway of water uptake in maize seeds. Seed Science & Technology 22(1): 79-90

The patrimony and demographic behaviour of farmers. Foncier, famille et developpement des exploitations agricoles: traitements complementaires du RGA Foncier 1980: 105-139

The pattern and extension of crops in Dingxi Prefecture. Proceedings International Conference on Farming Systems on the Loess Plateau of China: 148-152

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The pig gene mapping project (PiGMaP). Pig News and Information 14(1): 13N-16N

The pig health module of a basic data recording system for sow herds. Praktijkonderzoek Varkenshouderij 7(4): 3-6

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The pig sector in the Netherlands: rise and fall?. Economisch Statistische Berichten 78(3895): 84-88

The piglet as a potential model of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia. Journal of Protozoology 38(6): 140s-141s

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The pigmeat market at Paris-Rungis: firms, supply and outlets. 23es Journees de la recherche porcine en France: sous le patronage de l' Association Francaise de Zootechnie, 5, 6 et 7 fevrier 1991: 227-234

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The pine flow: its dependence on the population dynamics of the honeydew producers. Neue Bienen Zeitung 3(5): 39-43

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The piroplasms: "A long story in short" or "Robert Koch has seen it". European Journal of Protistology 29(3): 279-293

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The pit structure and the number variation of Cryptomeria wood originated by seed and vegetative reproduction. Forest Products Industries 10(1): 69-81

The pituitary hormones arginine vasopressin-neurophysin II and oxytocin-neurophysin I show close linkage with interleukin-1 on mouse chromosome 2. Genomics 15(1): 200-202

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The place and role of medical tourism in tourism. A gyogyidegenforgalom helye es szerepe az idegenforgalomban: 37pp.

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The place of French sugarbeet cooperatives in the production of sugar and alcohol. Sucrerie Francaise ( 34): 47-50

The place of Orthoptera in the diet of the cattle egret Bubulcus ibis Linn. in an agricultural environment at Draa El Mizan at Great Kabylie (Algeria). Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Gent 57(3A): 675-678

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The place of local-language literacy in rural development in Cameroon: presentation of an experimental program. African Studies Review 33(3): 53-64

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The place of renting land in Irish farming. Farm and Food 2(3): 12-13

The place of sericulture in the life of the peasants of southern Karnataka, India. Cahiers d' Outre Mer 47(186): 199-224

The place of tall fescue in intensive dairying. Proceedings, 44th Ruakura Farmers' Conference: 93-97

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The placenta and lactation. Biologie de la lactation: 31-58

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The planes of division in twin cell doublets. Tissue & Cell 25(2): 289-293

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The plant Golgi apparatus: a factory for complex polysaccharides and glycoproteins. Trends in Biochemical Sciences 18(6): 210-214

The plant availability and DTPA extractability of trace metals in sludge-amended soils. Science of the Total Environment 149(1-2): 39-51

The plant between attackers and protectors. Gewasbescherming 25(1): 20-26

The plant communities of stagnant water in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Feddes Repertorium 103(7-8): 597-619

The plant communities of the undulating grassland of the Vredefort-Kroonstad-Lindley-Heilbron area, northern Orange Free State. South African Journal of Botany 58(4): 224-230

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The plant growth regulating properties of chiral 4-chloro- alpha - (1-methylethyl)-phenyl acetic acid and its derivatives. Acta Agriculturae Universitatis Pekinensis 17(3): 66-70

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The plant mitochondrial genome: physical structure, information content, RNA editing, and gene migration to the nucleus. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology 45: 61-78

The plant mitochondrial open reading frame orf221 encodes a membrane-bound protein. Plant molecular biology 23(2): 287-295

The plant mitochondrial transfer RNA population: a mosaic of species with different genetic origins. Plant mitochondria: with emphasis on RNA editing and cytoplasmic male sterility: 131-136

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The plant that kills notorious insect pests. Myforest 26(2): 118-120

The plant toxin victorin binds to a discrete number of proteins in all organisms tested. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 21(2): 243-253

The plant vacuole: a multifunctional compartment. Journal of Experimental Botany 44(Supplement): 231-246

The plant-feeding gall midges (Cecidomyiidae, Diptera) of the Palaearctic Region. Cecidologia Internationale 12(1-3): 1-12

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The plundering of agriculture in developing countries. The plundering of agriculture in developing countries: 36pp.

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The political economy marketing channel model. Theory and application, illustrated from the example of marketing citrus fruit from the Algarve in Portugal. Agrarwirtschaft 42(2): 114-121

The political economy of African famine. The political economy of African famine: 389pp.

The political economy of Colombia's PAN. The political economy of food and nutrition policies: 50-60

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The political economy of US agriculture. ABARE Research Report ( 94.8): ix + 182pp.

The political economy of a crop insurance experiment. AE Research, Department of Agricultural Economics, Cornell University ( 93-14): 19pp.

The political economy of agricultural policies: a survey. European Review of Agricultural Economics 20(3): 261-290

The political economy of agricultural price intervention in Latin America. Sector Studies International Center for Economic Growth ( 5): ix + 39pp.

The political economy of agricultural pricing policy. World Economy 16(5): 611-619

The political economy of agricultural pricing policy: Volume 4 - a synthesis of the economics in developing countries. The political economy of agricultural pricing policy: Volume 4 a synthesis of the economics in developing countries: xii + 268pp.

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The political economy of environmental decision making. Diskussionsbeitrage Serie II Fakultat fur Wirtschaftswissenschaft und Statistik, Universitat Konstanz ( 176): 31pp. + app.

The political economy of evaluation: International aid agencies and the effectiveness of aid. The political economy of evaluation: International aid agencies and the effectiveness of aid: xii + 244pp.

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The political economy of food and hunger: the dialectics of reproduction and production, the African experience. Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives 12(1): 5-14

The political economy of food and nutrition policies. The political economy of food and nutrition policies: xx + 278pp.

The political economy of food pricing and marketing reforms in Nicaragua, 1984-87. European Journal of Development Research 4(2): 107-131

The political economy of industrial countries' agricultural policies. Current issues in agricultural economics: 11-31

The political economy of logging: the Barnett Inquiry into corruption in the Papua New Guinea timber industry. Ecologist 20(5): 174-181

The political economy of nonpoint pollution control policy design for agriculture. The environment and the management of agricultural resources Proceedings of the 24th Seminar of the European Association of Agricultural Economists EAAE, Viterbo, 24-26th January 1991: 91-100

The political economy of rice in Japan. Japanese and American agriculture: tradition and progress in conflict: 349-365

The political economy of rural loan recovery: evidence from Bangladesh. Savings and Development 17(1): 23-38

The political economy of small tropical islands: the importance of being small. The political economy of small tropical islands: the importance of being small: 247pp.

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The political economy of systematic government intervention in agriculture. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 41(3): 289-309

The political economy of the Food Stamp Program in the United States. The political economy of food and nutrition policies: 61-78

The political economy of the Lutheran Development Service (LDS) in Zimbabwe. The role of local organizations in third world development: Tanzania, Zimbabwe and Ethiopia: 165-198

The political economy of the Relief Organization for Ethiopia (ROFE). The role of local organizations in third world development: Tanzania, Zimbabwe and Ethiopia: 211-223

The political economy of the South African dairy industry: a public choice analysis. Agrekon 32(1): 15-23

The political economy of the Southern African periphery: cottage industries, factories and female wage labour in Swaziland compared. The political economy of the Southern African periphery: cottage industries, factories and female wage labour in Swaziland compared: xiv + 295pp.

The political economy of the evangelical Lutheran church in Tanzania (ELCT). The role of local organizations in third world development: Tanzania, Zimbabwe and Ethiopia: 52-153

The political economy of the new economic policy for agriculture in India. Bihar Journal of Agricultural Marketing 1(3): 312-322

The political economy of tourism. Ecologist 24(4): 142-148

The political economy of tourism in Tunisia. Journal of Modern African Studies 31(1): 149-162

The political environment for small scale rural industry: a case study of Zimbabwe. Politische Rahmenbedingungen fur das landliche Kleingewerbe: Fallstudie Simbabwe: x + 318pp.

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The political, demographic and dynamic evolution of the environment in forest areas of Guinea. Cahiers d' Outre Mer 46(183): 253-272

The politics and economics of food and nutrition policies and programs: an interpretation. The political economy of food and nutrition policies: 3-21

The politics of Africa's economic recovery. The politics of Africa' s economic recovery: ix + 170pp.

The politics of South Africa's National Arts Festival: small engagements in the bigger campaign. African Affairs 93(372): 387-409

The politics of U.S. food aid policy: a historical review. Why food aid?: 2-36

The politics of culture and sport in Ireland: a history of the GAA ban on foreign games, 1884-1971. Part one: 1884-1921. International Journal of the History of Sport 10(3): 333-360

The politics of economic development and degradation of natural resources: the case of the Central American region. Chasqui ( 27): 23-33

The politics of food in Mexico: state power and social mobilization. The politics of food in Mexico: state power and social mobilization: x + 280pp.

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The politics of food: proceedings of an inter-disciplinary seminar held at the University of Reading, 7 July 1993. Occasional Paper Department of Agricultural Economics and Management, University of Reading ( 2): i + 68pp.

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The politics of leisure policy. The politics of leisure policy: 235pp.

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The politics of malaria vector control. Bulletin of Entomological Research 83(1): 1-4

The politics of nitrate in the UK. Nitrate: processes, patterns and management: 403-416

The politics of organic farming. A future for the land: organic practice from a global perspective: 73-80

The politics of partnerships: farm women and farm land, Ontario. Contemporary rural systems in transition, Volume 2: economy and society: 85-95

The politics of radioactive waste disposal. The politics of radioactive waste disposal: xii + 196 pp.

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The politics of the body and the body politic: Magic Johnson and the ideology of AIDS. Sociology of Sport Journal 10(3): 270-285

The politics of the physical: American female physical educators and the US Army Air Forces at war. International Journal of the History of Sport 11(1): 1-18

The politics of tourism. The politics of tourism: 102pp.

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The pollen-collecting behaviour of the honeybee (Apis mellifera L.) in the Taubergiessen nature reserve (Upper Rhine, Southwest Germany). Zeitschrift fur Okologie und Naturschutz 2(3): 163-169

The pollination biology of Heloniopsis orientalis (Thunb.) C. Tanaka (Liliaceae). Plant Species Biology 3: 117-123

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The pollination of almond. Revue Francaise d' Apiculture ( 497): 283-288

The pollination of aubergines by insects. Bijen 2(9): 227-228

The pollination of paprika by honey bees. Bijenteelt 69(9): 193-194

The pollination of swede rape (Brassica napus L.) with observations on insects as pollinators. Fayoum Journal of Agricultural Research and Development 6(2): 57-67

The poly-pot-pack: another tool for conservation of resources during production of container-grown plants. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1992; 104: 298-301

The polyglutamate nature of plant folates. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 31(7): 2277-2282

The polymerase chain reaction. The polymerase chain reaction: xxii + 458 pp.

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The polymerase chain reaction and sequencing of mite DNA. International Journal of Acarology, 183: 231-239

The polymerase chain reaction for Mycoplasma gallisepticum detection. Avian Pathology 22(4): 739-750

The polymerase chain reaction in molecular and micro-biology. Biotechnology & Genetic Engineering Reviews 10: 343-377

The polymerase chain reaction: turning needles into haystacks. Biologist London 40(5): 197-200

The polypeptide composition of pea etiochloroplast primary membranes and derived polysome-containing structures. Soviet Plant Physiology 40(1): 47-54

The polypeptides of infectious pancreatic necrosis virus isolated from salmonid fish in Spain. Bulletin of the European Association of Fish Pathologists 13(5): 150-153

The polyphyletic origin of endoparasitism in the cyclostome lineages of Braconidae (Hymenoptera). Systematic Entomology 17(3): 273-286

The polyphyletic origins of ophiostomatoid fungi. Mycological Research 98(1): 1-9

The polypores of China. Bibliotheca Mycologica 145: 524 pp.

The polyprotein allergens of nematodes. Parasitology Today 9(11): 403-406

The polythermal solubility diagram for the NaH2PO4-K2H2P2O7- system. Russian Journal of Inorganic Chemistry 39(1): 162-164

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The poor during a period of macroeconomic adjustment: the Philippine case. Discussion Paper School of Economics, University of the Philippines ( 9207): 32pp.

The popular revolutionary Republic of Guinea: effective discrimination against small farmers in a socialist economy. Poverty and rural development: planners, peasants and poverty: 380-398

The popular use of popular religion in Latin America. The popular use of popular religion in Latin America: vi + 233pp.

The popularization of scientific information in Malaysia: the role of intermediaries. Quarterly Bulletin of IAALD 36(1/2): 46-51

The population biology of Tapinoma minutum (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Australia. Insectes Sociaux, 382: 195-204

The population biology of an annual Texas lupine. Monographs in Systematic Botany from the Missouri Botanical Garden 29: 283-292

The population biology of birds and the environmental toxicology of pesticides. Mitteilungen aus der Biologischen Bundesanstalt fur Land und Forstwirtschaft Berlin Dahlem ( 280): 161-170

The population biology of polystomatid monogeneans. Bulletin Francais de la Peche et de la Pisciculture 0(328): 120-136

The population dynamic consequences of phenological asynchrony between parasitoids and their hosts. Journal of Animal Ecology 63(1): 1-10

The population dynamics and control of the parasitic nematode Trichostrongylus tenuis in red grouse in the North of England. Applied population biology: 149-171

The population dynamics and damage of Asymmetrasca decedens (Paoli) amd Empoasca decipiens Paoli (Homoptera, Cicadellidae) on Citrus in the east Mediterranean region of Turkey. Proceedings of the Second Turkish National Congress of Entomology: 533-540

The population dynamics and mortalities of the pod gall midge (Dasyneura brassicae Winn.) (Dipt., Cecidomyiidae) in winter rape and spring rape (Brassica napus L.) in Denmark. Journal of Applied Entomology, 1145: 463-471

The population dynamics in microplots of brassica and beet cyst nematode in rotations which include oilseed rape. Nematologica 39(3): 411-414

The population dynamics in mosquitoes and humans of two Plasmodium vivax polymorphs distinguished by different circumsporozoite protein repeat regions. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 47(6): 778-786

The population dynamics of Heligmosomoides polygyrus in an enclosure population of wood mice. Journal of Animal Ecology 61(3): 669-679

The population dynamics of Onchocerca volvulus in the human host. Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 44(2): 61-68

The population dynamics of nematode infections of ruminants: periodic perturbations as a model for management. Ima Journal of Mathematics Applied in Medicine and Biology 8(2): 83-93

The population dynamics of the pseudo-annual Calystegia sepium (bindweed): a troublesome weed in the Netherlands. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Universiteit Gent 58(3A): 973-982

The population genetics of alleles affecting enzyme activity. Journal of Theoretical Biology 157(3): 305-316

The population genetics of the self-incompatability polymorphism in Papaver rhoeas. V. Cross-classification of the S-alleles of samples from three natural populations. Heredity 71(6): 581-590

The population genetics of the self-incompatibility polymorphism in Papaver rhoeas. VI. Estimation of the overlap between the allelic complements of a pair of populations. Heredity 71(6): 591-595

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The population, environment, and agriculture nexus in sub-Saharan Africa. Agriculture and environmental challenges: proceedings of the Thirteenth Agricultural Sector Symposium: 199-213

The porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome, a new pig disease. Review article. Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja 48(1): 5-9

The pork meat industry in Portugal. Agriculture: coordination of agricultural research: African swine fever: proceedings of a workshop within the Community programme for coordination of agricultural research, Lisbon, 7, 8, 9, October 1991: 21-41

The porphyrin pathway as a herbicide target site. Duke, S. O. , Menn, J. J. , Plimmer, J. R. Acs Symposium Series; Pest Control With Enhanced Environmental Safety: 62-78

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The position of cattle in Zulu family structures as revealed by the INDINGILIZI structured observation technique. L' histoire de la connaissance du comportement animal Actes du Colloque International, Universite de Liege, 11-14 mars 1992: 323-344

The position of delusional parasitosis in psychiatric nosology and classification. Psychopathology 23(2): 115-124

The position of environmental protection in Hungarian agriculture and the trend in its development. CAS Paper Centre for Agricultural Strategy, University of Reading ( 27): 29-61

The position of look-out towers for forest fire prevention. Italia Forestale e Montana 48(3): 182-197

The position of robusta coffee in production and trade. FO Lichts International Coffee Report 7(13): 179-184

The position of some tree and shrub species in the structure and dynamics of the vegetation in the high-montane and subalpine forest zone of the Bavarian limestone Alps. Forstliche Forschungsberichte Munchen ( 135): 300 pp.

The position of the locus DXWas70 in relation to 3 X chromosome rearrangements. Mouse Genome 90(3): 430-432

The position of the tongue during rooting reflexes elicited in newborn infants before the first suckle. Acta Paediatrica 82(3): 281-283

The Position-Dependent Nature Of Postural Resistance Reflexes In The Locust. Journal of Experimental Biology 188(1): 65-88

The positional and fatty acid selectivity of oat seed lipase in aqueous emulsions. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 69(10): 978-981

The possibilities and difficulties in introducing integrated pest management in apple orchards. Novenyvedelem 27(3): 97-102

The possibilities for biofarming in horticulture. Kertgazdasag 23(5): 85-92

The possibilities for fruit growing and marketing enterprises. Kertgazdasag 23(1): 7-11

The possibilities for intensifying arable farming in the Sudety mountains. Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczej im H Koataja w Krakowie, Sesja Naukowa ( 25): 245-255

The possibilities for reducing nitrogen losses in poultry farming. Productions Animales 6(3): 225-236

The possibilities of a super absorbent polymer (Terrasorb) for improved establishment, growth and development of oldman saltbush (Atriplex nummularia) seedlings. South African Forestry Journal ( 162): 39-42

The possibilities of developing dam and sire lines for lamb production. Doga Turk Veterinerlik ve Hayvanclik Dergisi 16(1): 121-132

The possibilities of environmental evaluation. Kornyezet es Fejlodes 2(4): 29-30

The possibilities of producing hatching eggs under cage management. Ege Universitesi Ziraat Fakultesi Dergisi 29(2-3): 101-108

The possibilities of quantifying the consequences of site soil erosion and the microeconomic assessment of protective measures. Berichte uber Landwirtschaft 69(3): 414-438

The possibilities of rationalizing peach irrigation. Sbornik UVTIZ, Meliorace 27(1): 15-24

The possibilities of using immunoenzyme analysis for determining phytohormones in in vitro cultivated shoots. Fiziologiya Rastenii 37(4): 813-821

The possibilities of using molecular genetics in the creation, preservation and use of gene reserves in livestock. Sbornik Akademie Zemedelskych Ved CSFR ( 159): 98-102

The possibilities of using tapioca as a source of energy with different nitrogen sources for lamb feeding. Hayvanclk Arastrma Dergisi 2(1): 9-14

The possibility for fish meal substitution in piglet feeding. Acta Veterinaria (Belgrade) 43(4): 225-232

The possibility of breeding Booroola sheep. Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Ordena Lenina i Ordena Trudovogo Krasnogo Znameni Akademii Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk im V I Lenina ( 6): 26-31

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The possibility of essential oil production from fresh tobacco flowers by pharmaceutical benzene extraction. Radovi Poljoprivrednog Fakulteta Univerziteta u Sarajevu 39(43): 93-103

The possibility of fractionating softwood sulfate pulp according to cell wall thickness. Appita Journal 45(5): 319-326

The possibility of freezing ram semen in a diluent without glycerol. Veterinarstvi 42(10): 377-378

The possibility of hybridization Medicago varia Mart. and annual species of lucerne. Ploidy and chromosome manipulation in forage breeding Proceedings of the 17th meeting of the Fodder Crops Section of EUCARPIA, Alghero, Italy, 14-18 October 1991: ; 171-173

The possibility of increasing lamb meat production in the Montenegrian hill regions. Veterinaria Sarajevo 39(1-2): 43-47

The possibility of more efficient use of nutrients in Japanese quail given the preparations Celoviridin G3X and Glukoamylasa. Zivocisna Vyroba 37(1): 61-70

The possibility of obtaining chimaeric fowls by injection. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya ( 2): 48-49

The possibility of obtaining two litters in a single year whilst maintaining a normal lactation in ewes. Acta Academiae Agriculturae ac Technicae Olsteniensis, Zootechnica ( 35): 11-17

The possibility of occurrence of Trypanosoma rangeli in the state of Tocantins, Brazil. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 87(3): 451-451

The possibility of performance testing Thoroughbred horses. Sbornik Jihoceska Univerzita, Zemedelska Fakulta, Ceske, Budejovice, Zootechnika Rada 9(special issue): 189-190

The possibility of producing pasteurized fresh milk of high quality in a small processing dairy of the Prealpi Lombarde Italian area. Latte 18(1): 101-108

The possibility of producing different capsicum cultivars from direct-sown seeds. Savremena Poljoprivreda 40(1-2): 51-54

The possibility of reducing spray volumes used for the control of red scale, Aonidiella aurantii (Mask.). Citrus Journal 2(3): 34-36

The possibility of reducing the capacity costs of agriculture. Erhvervsjordbruget 7(5): 6-9

The possibility of selecting boars for fertility during testing before licensing for artificial insemination. Sbornik Jihoceska Univerzita, Zemedelska Fakulta, Ceske Budejovice, Zootechnicka Rada 9(special issue): 114-115

The possibility of storing pollen grains of date palms under room temperature. Assiut Journal of Agricultural Sciences 24(2): 73-84

The possibility of substituting several wood species for ramin (Gonystylus bancanus) as sawmill raw material. Jurnal Penelitian Hasil Hutan 9(5): 201-206

The possibility of the introduction of substrate respiration measurement by soil microbiological investigation. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 66(1): 459-462

The possibility of the presence of distinct lectin in the xylem of Sophora japonica.. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 36(12): 1100-1104

The possibility of the utilization of gene probes on qualitative characterization of a bacterial population in soil - methods and application. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 66(1): 471-474

The possibility of using beta -carotene-enriched food products for the prevention and treatment of radiation injury. Voprosy Pitaniya (2): 58-61

The possibility of using Oxytocin inj. and Depotocin inj. in artificial insemination of sheep. Biopharm 2(3-4): 103-108

The possibility of using computer technology in plant protection. Ochrona Roslin 38(9): 12-14

The possibility of using pheromone baits for controlling the apple codling moth. Rasteniev' dni Nauki 26(8): 96-100

The possibility of using subsoil of ultisol fertilized with TSP as a growing medium for sengon (Paraserianthes falcataria) seedlings. Duta Rimba 17(135-136): 38-41

The possibility to use solar energy for the intensification of drying process. Renewable energy sources in agriculture Proceedings of a conference held in Kaunas, Lithuania, 2-4 June, 1993: 29-32

The possible J.E. vectors of Tezpur, Assam. Proceedings of the Seminar on Zoonoses: 21-27

The possible cause of red leaf disease and its effect on Barlinka table grapes. South African Journal for Enology & Viticulture 14(2): 26-32

The possible dynamic response of northern forests to global warming. Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters 1(6): 129-135

The possible effects of sink demand for assimilate on photosynthesis. Murata, N [Editor] Research in photosynthesis, Vol IV : 729-736

The possible evolution of cowshed layout in Italy. Dairy systems for the 21st century Proceedings of the third international dairy housing conference held in Orlando, Florida, USA, 2-5 February 1994: 297-306

The possible impacts on tourism of climatic change as a consequence of global warming. Acta Turistica 3(1): 29-38

The possible implications of the Uruguay Round of multilateral trade negotiations for Southern Africa in general and for South African agriculture in particular. Agrekon 31(4): 185-191

The possible influence of summer pruning on the Ca content and the incidence of physiological disorders in apples. Zbornik Biotehniske Fakultete Univerze v Ljubljani, Kmetijstvo ( 55): 55-62

The possible introduction to Israel of Culicoides (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae) borne animal diseases by wind. Bluetongue, African horse sickness, and related orbiviruses: Proceedings of the Second International Symposium: 291-296

The possible involvement of protein kinase C(s) and not inositol phosphate metabolism in the basal but not in the prolactin stimulated casein release by the lactating rabbit mammary epithelial cell. Reproduction, Nutrition, Development 32(5-6): 441-451

The possible link between insulin dependent (juvenile) diabetes mellitus and dietary cow milk. Clinical Biochemistry 26(4): 307-308

The possible relationship of Hydrostachyaceae based on comparative ontogenetical flower studies. Mitteilungen aus dem Institut fur Allgemeine Botanik Hamburg 23b: 723-729

The possible role of cytokinins, ethylene and indoleacetic acid in apical dominance. Progress in plant growth regulation Proceedings of the 14th international conference on plant growth substances, Amsterdam, 21-26 July, 1991: 431-436

The possible role of directed mobility in the recruitment onto novel plant species and host plant specificity of herbivorous insects and mites. South African Journal of Science 86(3): 116-118

The possible role of piliformation by the plague agent in infection of the urethra. Zhurnal Mikrobiologii, Epidemiologii i Immunobiologii ( 2): 72-73

The possible role of prolactin in autoimmunity. American Journal of Reproductive Immunology 26(3): 118-123

The possible use of F1 hybrids between shallot clones as a starting point for several vegetative generations. Onion Newsletter for the Tropics ( 4): 49-51

The possible use of agar gel in plant nutritional studies. South African Journal of Plant & Soil 10(3): 146-149

The possible use of leguminous trees in temperate forests. Revue Forestiere Francaise 40(3): 213-223

The possible use of the juvenoid methoprene as a control agent against the tuber moth Phthorimaea operculella (Zeller) (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae). Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Egypt, Economic Series ( 15): 59-64

The possible utilization of the Thoka gene in Icelandic sheep flocks. 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 : 415-422

The possible ways to prevent drought. Proceedings 16th ICID European Regional Conference Vol 1 Drought phenomena: 137-150

The post-colonial state, class and the land question in Swaziland. Journal of Contemporary African Studies 11(1): 22-50

The post-glacial colonization of the North Atlantic Islands. Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada ( 144): 55-92

The post-ruminal digestion of dry matter, nitrogen and amino acids in wheat-based distillers' dried grains and canola meal. Animal Feed Science and Technology 49(3/4): 173-188

The postantifungal effect: synergistic interactions of cispentacin and pradimicin (BMY-28864) with flucytosine against Candida albicans. Japanese Journal of Medical Mycology 33(3): 397-403

The posting of beetle eggs as a result of long-term rearing of Otiorhynchus sulcatus F. (Col. Curc.). Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft fur Allgemeine und Angewandte Entomologie 8(4-6): 855-859

The postingestive consequences of fat condition preferences for flavors associated with high dietary fat. FASEB Journal 7(3-4): A90

The postnatal development of drug-metabolizing enzymes in hepatic, pulmonary and renal tissues of the goat. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology & Therapeutics 16(2): 152-163

The postpartum ovarian activity of dairy cows. Buvisindi ( 5): 3-8

The postpharyngeal glands and the cuticle of Formicidae contain the same characteristic hydrocarbons. Experientia (Basel): 471: 106-111

The potassium cycle in grasslands. Verslag Centrum voor Agrobiologisch Onderzoek ( 132): 60 pp.

The potassium impermeable apical membrane of insect epithelia: a target for development of safe pesticides. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 82 Suppl 3: 29-34

The potassium level in the blood of sheep and their productivity. Journal of Animal & Feed Sciences 3(2): 89-96

The potato crop: the scientific basis for improvement. The potato crop: the scientific basis for improvement (Ed. 2): xvii + 909 pp.

The potato mitochondrial initiator methionine tRNA gene and its flanking regions: an illustration of the diversity of mitochondrial genome rearrangements among plant species. Plant Molecular Biology 22(6): 1157-1161

The potato producing sub-complex in Russia: problems of development. Mezhdunarodnyi Sel' skokhozyaistvennyi Zhurnal ( 6): 53-55

The potato sector in eastern Germany. Landbauforschung Volkenrode 42(4): 255-259

The potential and efficiency of advice on the limitation of damage due to fertilizers. Berichte ueber Landwirtschaft 70(3): 421-440

The potential applications of agroforestry systems from the South Asian subcontinent to analogous ecozones of Africa. ICRAF Working Paper ( 66): 91 pp.1

The potential control of bracken in the UK using introduced herbivorous insects. Pesticide Science 37(4): 393-397

The potential effect of climate changes on agriculture and land use. Advances in Ecological Research 22: 63-91

The potential effects of climate change on summer season dairy cattle milk production and reproduction. Climatic Change 23(1): 21-36

The potential effects of climate change on world food supply. Atkinson, D [Editor] British Crop Protection Council Monograph; Global climate change: Its implications for crop protection 33-55

The potential effects of climatic change on agricultural insect pests. Agricultural & Forest Meteorology 57(1-3): 221-240

The potential extent of transmission of foot-and-mouth disease: a study of the movement of animals and materials in Southland, New Zealand. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 41(1): 21-28

The potential for avermectins to affect the nutrient economy of grazed pastures. Veterinary Parasitology 48(1-4): 261-271

The potential for avermectins to affect wildlife. Veterinary Parasitology 48(1-4): 273-280

The potential for biodiesel production in the UK. Farm Management 8(8): 361-368

The potential for bioethanol production from wheat in the U.K. HGCA Research Review ( 29): 89pp.

The potential for biomass production from crops on set-aside land. (see Book Title) [Author] Clarke, J (Ed ) British Crop Protection Council Monograph, No 50 Set-aside; Symposium, Cambridge, England, UK, September 15-18, xi+283p British Crop Protection Council: Farnham, England, UK Illus Maps Paper ISBN 0-948404-61-2 : 209-214

The potential for bioremediation of soils containing PAHs by composting. Compost Science & Utilization 1(3): 41-47

The potential for co-operation between academics and recreation practitioners: more a reality than a myth. Journal of Applied Recreation Research 17(1): 87-108

The potential for conservation headlands in linseed. Brighton crop protection conference, weeds Proceedings of an international conference, Brighton, UK, 22-25 November 1993 (Vol. 1): 355-361

The potential for control of the soft rush (Juncus effusus) in grass pasture by grazing goats. Grass and Forage Science 48(4): 395-409

The potential for culture of the American Cichlidae with emphasis on Cichlasoma urophthalmus. Recent Advances in Aquaculture 4: 193-232

The potential for dengue in South Africa: vector competence tests with dengue 1 and 2 viruses and 6 mosquito species. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 87(6): 639-643

The potential for effective antisense inhibition of retroviral replication mediated by retroviral vectors. Erickson, R P And J G Izant (Ed ) Raven Press Series on Molecular And Cellular Biology, Vol 1 Gene Regulation: Biology Of Antisense Rna And Dna Xix+364p Raven Press: New York, New York, Usa Illus 261-271

The potential for estimating regional sensible heat flux convective boundary layer growth. Journal of Hydrology 146(1-4): 235-244

The potential for extruded sorghum food products in Zimbabwe and the regional market. Utilization of sorghum and millets Proceedings of a workshop held at Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, on 8-12 February, 1988: 89-94

The potential for farm forestry, agroforestry and novel tree crops. The potential for farm forestry, agroforestry and novel tree crops: iv + 55 pp.

The potential for gene exchange between rhizosphere bacteria. Fry, J C And M J Day (Ed ) Bacterial Genetics in Natural Environments Xii+259p Chapman And Hall: London, England, Uk; New York, New York, Usa Illus 172-181

The potential for growing biomass crops for fuel on surplus land in the UK. Outlook on Agriculture 22(1): 23-29

The potential for high-value animal fibre production. Outlook on Agriculture 23(2): 129-135

The potential for imidacloprid. Phytoma ( 441): 25-27

The potential for interference among the pollen grains of wild radish. Angiosperm pollen and ovules: 435-440

The potential for intraseasonal market flow management of Southeastern sweet potatoes. Journal of Food Distribution Research 23(2): 1-8

The potential for irrigated agriculture on the Njemps flats. Bryan, R B [Editor] Advances in Geoecology; Soil erosion, land degradation and social transition 143-161

The potential for leaching of agrichemicals used in crop production: a national perspective. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 49(3): 294-298

The potential for managing root-knot nematodes by use of Pasteuria penetrans and oxamyl. Nematologia Mediterranea 20(2): 241-244

The potential for minimizing sheep import value to Saudi Arabia . Arab Universities Journal of Agricultural Sciences 2(1): 75-89

The potential for new fern introductions. Ide, J M [Editor], Jermy, A C [Editor], Paul, A M [Editor] Fern horticulture: Past, present and future perspectives : 97-103

The potential for photoinhibition of Pinus sylvestris L. seedlings exposed to high light and low soil temperature. Journal of Experimental Botany 42(238): 611-617

The potential for plant detoxification through manipulation of the rumen fermentation. James, L F , Et Al (Ed ) Poisonous Plants; Third International Symposium, Logan, Utah, Usa, 1988 Xv+661p Iowa State University Press: Ames, Iowa, Usa Illus Maps 367-376

The potential for regional estimation of absorbed photosynthetically active radiation using new moderate spatial resolution sensors. International Journal of Remote Sensing 15(6): 1343-1349

The potential for replacement of live feeds in larval culture. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 24(2): 199-210

The potential for rust infection to cause natural selection in apomictic Arabis holboellii (Brassicaceae). Oecologia 95(4): 533-541

The potential for selective seed maturation in Achillea ptarmica. Oikos 66(1): 36-42

The potential for the use of metal-accumulating plants for the in situ decontamination of metal-polluted soils. Integrated soil and sediment research: a basis for proper protection: Selected Proceedings of the First European Conference on Integrated Research for Soil and Sediment Protection and Remediation EUROSOL, Maastricht, 6-12 September, 1992: 673-676

The potential for tourism development in nonmetropolitan areas. Economic adaptation: alternatives for nonmetropolitan areas: 145-164

The potential for tree forage supplements to manipulate rumen protozoa to enhance protein to energy ratios in ruminants fed on poor quality forages. FAO Animal Production and Health Paper ( 102): 177-191

The potential for tree growth and woodland creation in the Western Isles of Scotland. Scottish Forestry 47(4): 154-165

The potential for volatilization losses of applied nitrogen fertilizers from northern Idaho soils. Communications in Soil Science & Plant Analysis 25(3-4): 361-373

The potential for warm water fish farming in the SADC countries. FAO Aquaculture Newsletter ( 6): 2-6

The potential for water market efficiency when instream flows have value. American journal of agricultural economics 75(2): 292-303

The potential for whey proteins. Dairy Industries International 59(4): 29, 31, 33

The potential for woodland establishment on landfill sites. The potential for woodland establishment on landfill sites: xvi + 88 pp.

The potential host range of three seed-feeding Melanterius spp. (Curculionidae), candidates for the biological control of Australian Acacia spp. and Paraserianthes (Albizia) lophantha in South Africa. Phytophylactica. June; 242: 163-167

The potential impact of field resistance to early blight on fungicide inputs. American Potato Journal 71(5): 317-324

The potential impact of group B streptococcal antibodies in breast milk. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 310: 345-351

The potential impact of irrigation/drainage and nitrogen fertilization on environmentally sound and antitoxic food production . Proceedings 16th ICID European regional conference Vol 2 Ecological, technological and socio economical impacts on agricultural water management: 185-195

The potential of Australian dry zone acacias for agroforestry in Malawi. Forest Ecology & Management 56(1-4): 83-97

The potential of Bombacopsis quinata as a commercial plantation species. Forest Ecology & Management 56(1-4): 99-112

The potential of FISH for meiotic segregation analysis. Chromosomal alterations: origin and significance: 235-251

The potential of Larinus planus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), an accidentally-introduced insect in North America, for biological control of Cirsium arvense (Compositae). Proceedings of the VIII International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds: 173-179

The potential of Mexican agriculture and options for the future. CEPAL Review ( 47): 137-148

The potential of Miscanthus as a fuel crop. Energy Technology Support Unit Report, Harwell ( ETSU B 1354): 125pp

The potential of Siam weed (Chromolaena odorata) as a source of organic matter for soils in the humid tropics. Soil organic matter dynamics and the sustainability of tropical agriculture: proceedings of an International Symposium, Leuven, Belgium, 4-6 November 1991: 89-99

The potential of VA mycorrhizae for plant nutrition in the tropics. Angewandte Botanik 67(3-4): 91-96

The potential of a rapid test for soil mineral nitrogen to determine tactical applications of fertilizer nitrogen to grassland. Aspects of Applied Biology ( 30): 223-229

The potential of bambara groundnut (Vigna subterranea) in vegetable milk production and basic protein functionality systems. Food Chemistry 47(3): 277-283

The potential of carabid beetles to control slugs in grass/clover swards. Entomophaga 38(2): 193-198

The potential of cassava peel for feeding goats in Nigeria. Cassava as livestock feed in Africa: proceedings of the IITA/ILCA/University of Ibadan workshop on the potential utilization of cassava as livestock feed in Africa, 14-18 November 1988, Ibadan, Nigeria: 72-81

The potential of catinga for producing pollen and nectar for beekeeping exploitation. Potencial da caatinga para producao de polen e nectar para a exploracao apicola: xxvi + 140 pp.

The potential of chemical ecology in insect pest management. Phytoprotection 74(1): 29-39

The potential of desipramine to reverse chloroquine resistance of Plasmodium falciparum is reduced by its binding to plasma protein. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 87(3): 303

The potential of dilute-acid hydrolysis as a treatment for improving the nutritional quality of industrial lignocellulosic by-products. Animal Feed Science & Technology 42(1-2): 39-53

The potential of entomopathogenic fungi and nematodes against Otiorhynchus ovatus L. and O. dubius Strom (Col., Curculionidae) in the field. Journal of Applied Entomology 115(4): 379-387

The potential of entomopathogenic fungi to control the lettuce root aphid, Pemphigus bursarius. Phytoparasitica 20(SUPPL ): 11S-15S

The potential of establishing symbiotic nitrogen fixation in peanut germplasm. Ciencias de la Agricultura ( 33): 5-10

The potential of faba beans should not be undervalued. Rivista di Avicoltura 60(11): 21-23

The potential of halophytes for rehabilitation of degraded land. Productive use of saline land: Proceedings of a workshop held at Perth, Western Australia, 10-14 May 1991: 8-11

The potential of hybrid varieties in self-pollinating vegetables. Reproductive biology and plant breeding: 387-396

The potential of immobilized cell technology to produce freeze-dried, phage-protected cultures of Lactococcus lactis. Food Research International 25(6): 419-427

The potential of inbred lines in the presence of heterosis. Reproductive biology and plant breeding: 371-385

The potential of increased nitrogen supply to mitigate growth and yield reductions of upland rice cultivar UPL Ri-5 caused by Meloidogyne graminicola. Fundamental & Applied Nematology 17(5): 445-454

The potential of industry by-products as supplementary feeds for dairy cows in the Hawkes Bay region. Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production 53(0): 55-59

The potential of lactic acid bacteria for the production of safe and wholesome food. Zeitschrift fuer Lebensmittel-Untersuchung und -Forschung 198(3): 193-201

The potential of land readjustment affecting land use in the white zones of the agricultural promotion areas of rural settlement areas under urbanization - a study of the land readjustment technique for establishing land use order (I). Transactions of the Japanese Society of Irrigation, Drainage and Reclamation Engineering ( 160): 51-57

The potential of maize-cowpea intercropping in low rainfall areas of Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe Journal of Agricultural Research 28(1): 33-38

The potential of microbiological properties as indicators in soil pollution monitoring. Soil monitoring: early detection and surveying of soil contamination and degradation: 229-254

The potential of molecular biology for the production of monoclonal antibodies derived from outbred veterinary animals. Veterinary Immunology & Immunopathology 33(4): 285-300

The potential of mycoinsecticides. Biocontrol News and Information 14(2): 31N-40N

The potential of near-infrared spectroscopy for the rapid detection of pests in stored grain. HGCA Project Report ( 92): 51 pp.

The potential of nematophagous fungi to control the free-living stages of nematode parasites of sheep: in vitro and in vivo studies. Veterinary Parasitology 51(3-4): 289-299

The potential of nematophagous fungi to control the free-living stages of nematode parasites of sheep: screening studies. Veterinary Parasitology 49(2/4): 285-297

The potential of non-timber forest products in sustainable natural forest management in Amazonia. Commonwealth Forestry Review 72(1): 21-27

The potential of okro seed flour for weaning foods in west Africa. Ecology of food and nutrition 29(4): 275-283

The potential of overhead plastic covering for advanced ripening of table grapes. Deciduous Fruit Grower 43(5): 173-176

The potential of prior informed consent. Global Pesticide Campaigner 3(3): 1, 7-9

The potential of quinoa as a multi-purpose crop for agricultural diversification: a review. Industrial Crops and Products 1(2-4): 101-106

The potential of selected nitrogen fixing trees in central Nigeria: growth parameters. Nitrogen Fixing Tree Research Reports 9: 27-30

The potential of selection and breeding for improved salt tolerance in lucerne (Medicago sativa L.). Euphytica 65(1): 43-51

The potential of solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance in dairy research: an application to cheese. Journal of Dairy Science 77(3): 667-671

The potential of some newer photostable pyrethroids to select for resistance in the housefly Musca domestica (Diptera: Muscidae). Bulletin of Entomological Research 83(4): 517-521

The potential of strip-seeded winter annuals for improving spring production and nitrogen uptake of perennial ryegrass-white clover swards. Forward with grass into Europe: Proceedings of the British Grassland Society Winter Meeting held at Great Malvern, Worcestershire, 16-17 November 1992: 163-166

The potential of the West for the life sciences. Process Rennes ( 1060): 18-19

The potential of the use of GIS for the study of the movement of pesticides in soil. SIG et gestion des sols: potentialites et limites d' application: Journees d' etudes 6-7 Juillet 1992 a l' EPFL: 105-114

The potential of vervet monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops) and baboons (Papio anubis) as models for the study of the immunology of Echinococcus granulosus infections. Parasitology 106: 511-517

The potential of yeast and natural fungi for enhancing fibre digestibility of forages and roughages. Animal Feed Science & Technology 48(1-2): 39-47

The potential response of eolian sands to greenhouse warming and precipitation reduction on the Great Plains of the U.S.A. Journal of Arid Environments 25(4): 351-361

The potential role of Trichoderma viride in the integrated control of Botrytis fabae. Mycologist 6(4): 199-201

The potential role of an expert system in the management of aquatic weeds in Africa. Control of Africa' s floating water weeds Proceedings of a workshop held in Harare, Zimbabwe, on 24-27 June 1991: 147-148

The potential role of antioxidants in the prevention of atherosclerosis. Journal of Nutritional Science and Vitaminology 39 Suppl: S43-S47

The potential role of cytokines in the immunopathology of chromomycosis. An in situ immunohistochemical study in humans. Journal de Mycologie Medicale 4(3): 145-148

The potential role of expert systems on seasonal supply dairy farms. 1992 Dairyfarming annual Volume 44: 66-70

The potential role of molecular genetic manipulation in the improvement of reproductive performance. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility. Supplement 45: 157-173

The potential role of runner groundnuts to decrease 'pops' and increase yields in low-input farming systems. Proceedings of the fifth regional groundnut workshop for Southern Africa, 9-12 March, 1992, Lilongwe, Malawi: 9-13

The potential role of vitamin E in the treatment of immunologic abnormalities during acquired immune deficiency syndrome. Progress in Food & Nutrition Science 15(1-2): 1-19

The potential use of biochemical indices of stored cabbage infestation by bacterial soft rot. Zashchita sel' skokhozyaistvennoi produktsii ot vrednykh organizmov pri khranenii: sbornik nauchnykh trudov: 71-75

The potential use of disused mine dams for irrigation: the case of Jana Daji Reservoir, Plateau State. Interim Report Jos Plateau Environmental Resources Development Programme (No 28): 12-23

The potential use of fractals in epidemiology. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 11(3-4): 255-260

The potential use of lipid microspheres as nutritional supplements for adult Ostrea edulis. Aquaculture 123(3-4): 309-322

The potential use of poly(methacrylic acid) hydrogels for oral administration of drugs and vaccines to ruminants. Journal of Controlled Release 31(3): 245-254

The potential use of several leucaena cultivars as raw materials for pulp and paper. Menara Perkebunan 60(1): 27-32

The potential use of summer rainfall enhancement in Illinois. Part I: A field experiment to define responses of crop yields to increased rainfall. Journal of Applied Meteorology 32(3): 445-454

The potential use of summer rainfall enhancement in Illinois. Part II: Integration of factors affecting enhancement projects and future research. Journal of Applied Meteorology 32(3): 455-461

The potential use of wetlands to reduce phosphorus export from agricultural catchments. Fertilizer Research 36(2): 157-164

The potential value of Toona species (Meliaceae) as multipurpose and plantation trees in Southeast Asia. Commonwealth Forestry Review 72(3): 181-186

The potential value of integral membrane proteins in the vaccination of lambs against Haemonchus contortus. International Journal for Parasitology 23(2): 261-269

The potentials of biological control for fungal diseases of rice in Indonesia. Indonesian Agricultural Research and Development Journal 12(1): 1-5

The poultry industry. Animal production in Canada: 117-140

The poverty of involution: a critique of Geertz' pseudo-history. Journal of Contemporary Asia 22(4): 490-513

The poverty of sustainability: an analysis of current positions. Agriculture and Human Values 9(4): 29-35

The poverty profile. Understanding the social effects of policy reform: 54-78

The power of choice. New crops, new uses, new markets: industrial and commercial products from US agriculture: 32-37

The power of non-parametric demand analysis when applied to British meat and fish consumption data. European Review of Agricultural Economics 21(1): 59-71