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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 2548

Chapter 2548 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Whole plant regeneration of Cicer arietinum from callus cultures via organogenesis. Plant Cell Reports 13(9): 510-513

Whole reduced milling performance consideration (summary). Indian Sugar 43(10): 761-764

Whole shelled corn diets for finishing beef steers. Bulletin Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station ( 1000): 5 pp.

Whole wheat cakes as a culture medium for the powder-post beetle, Heterobostrychus aequalis (Bostrychidae). Journal of Tropical Forest Science 5(4): 536-538

Whole-body leucine turnover in adults on conventional treatment for hypopituitarism. Acta Endocrinologica 129(2): 158-164

Whole-body mineral composition of entire male and female pigs depositing protein at maximal rates. Livestock Production Science 33(1-2): 161-170

Whole-body protein parameters in premature infants: a comparison of different 15N tracer substances and different methods. Clinical Nutrition 12(2): 114-115

Whole-body protein turnover in goats enhanced by supplementing a diet with rumen protected methionine. Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences 7(2): 279-288

Whole-Cell K+ Currents across the Plasma Membrane of Tobacco Protoplasts from Cell-Suspension Cultures. Plant Physiology 101(1): 81-88

Whole-ecosystem nitrogen effects research in Europe. Environmental Science & Technology 27(8): 1482-1486

Whole-mount in situ hybridization in the mouse embryo: gene expression in three dimensions. Trends in Genetics 9(5): 162-167

Whole-mount in situ hybridizations on zebrafish embryos using a mixture of digoxigenin- and fluorescein-labelled probes. Trends in Genetics 10(3): 73-74

Whole-plant gas exchange responses of Spartina alterniflora (Poaceae) to a range of constant and transient salinities. American Journal of Botany 81(6): 659-665

Whole-tract digesta kinetics and comparison of techniques for the estimation of fecal output in steers fed coastal bermudagrass hay at four levels of intake. Journal of Animal Science 72(1): 201-211

Whole-year nest boxes and resting platforms for foxes. Norwegian Journal of Agricultural Sciences (Sup. 9): 512-519

Wholesale market feasibility analysis for new crop development: the case of potatoes in New Mexico. Journal of International Food and Agribusiness Marketing 4(1): 53-70

Wholesale trade and processing of organic products: possibilities for the current organic channels. Mededeling Landbouw Economisch Instituut ( 480): 74pp.

Wholesalers and Caribbean resort hotels. Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly 35(5): 70-75

Wholesaling in the US food industry. Food and agricultural markets: the quiet revolution: 196-199

Wholesomeness and safety of irradiated foods. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 289: 11-31

Whooping cough in France: the necessity of surveillance. Bulletin Epidemiologique Hebdomadaire ( 48): 227-228

Whose common future?. Ecologist 22(4): 122-210

Whose common future? Reclaiming the commons. Whose common future? Reclaiming the commons: vii + 216pp.

Whose hand on the chainsaw? UK government policy and the tropical rainforests. Whose hand on the chainsaw? UK government policy and the tropical rainforests: 82 pp.

Whose interests? Problems in planning for women's practical needs. World Development Oxford 21(3): 367-377

Why Asian FSRE needs qualitative methods for integrating agriculture with aquaculture. Journal of the Asian Farming Systems Association 1(2): 201-215

Why Candida and candidamycosis. Candida and candidamycosis: 1-3

Why Missouri dairy farms discontinue dairy herd improvement association testing programs. Journal of dairy science 77(4): 1141-1145

Why Mongolians say sheep herders are lucky. Nomadic Peoples ( 33): 47-49

Why Northern Ireland has to export. Food Manufacture International ( Nov/Dec): 33-35

Why Prunus mahaleb (Rosaceae) produces more flowers than fruits. American Journal of Botany 80(11): 1305-1309

Why agriculture blocked the Uruguay Round: evolving strategies in a two-level game. World agriculture and the GATT: 39-54

Why and how should hyperlipidemia in the elderly be treated?. Nutrition Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases 2(4): 191-194

Why anti-cake?. Dairy Foods 95(3): N-O

Why are bolting and flowering important in sugar beet?. British Sugar Beet Review 62(2): 23-26

Why are bumble bees risk-sensitive foragers?. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 26.2: 121-127

Why are farms so small?. World Development Oxford 22(5): 691-706

Why are girls so dissatisfied with their shape?. South African Medical Journal 77(1): 2-4

Why are most mutations recessive?. Journal of Genetics 72(2-3): 85-97

Why are somatic cells important?. Proceedings, 44th Ruakura Farmers' Conference: 131-135

Why are some farms more successful than others? A review. Size, structure, and the changing face of American agriculture: 232-250

Why are there so few homomorphic multi-locus sporophytically determined self-incompatibility systems?. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 86(8): 955-958

Why bother to calculate a ration to the exact gram, when calculation of feed intake is inaccurate in 50% of cases?. Production Laitiere Moderne ( 193): 75

Why caterpillars do not grow short and fat. International Journal of Insect Morphology & Embryology 22(2-4): 81-102

Why children keep pets: the influence of child and family characteristics. Anthrozoos 5(4): 231-244

Why collectivization of agriculture in socialist countries has failed: a transaction cost approach. Agricultural cooperatives in transition: 143-159

Why conserve animal genetic resources?. Diversity 9(3): 30-33

Why develop synthetic varieties?. Agronomie (Paris) 12(8): 601-609

Why did big coffee seek regulation? A theory of dynamic monopsony pricing without commitment. Discussion Paper Series Department of Economics, Columbia University ( 623): 43pp.

Why did the number of young farm entrants decline?. American journal of agricultural economics 75(1): 138-146

Why do bees turn back and look?. Journal of comparative physiology: A: Sensory neural and behavioral physiology72(5): 549-563

Why do children repeat grades? A study of rural primary schools in Honduras. BRIDGES Research Report Series ( 13): 33pp.

Why do females copulate repeatedly with one male?. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 8(1): 21-26

Why do females make it so difficult for males to fertilize their eggs?. Journal of Theoretical Biology 161(1): 51-60

Why do forest workers change their vocation?. Allgemeine Forst und Jagdzeitung 165(1): 1-6

Why do genes have introns?. FEBS Letters 325(1/2): 135-139

Why do ladybirds lay eggs in clusters?. Functional Ecology 7(5): 541-548

Why do male birds stop copulating while their partners are still fertile?. Animal Behaviour 45(1): 105-118

Why do more plant species use ants for dispersal on infertile compared with fertile soils?. Australian Journal of Ecology 16(4): 445-456

Why do natural enemies fail in classical biological control programs?. American Entomologist 39(1): 31-37

Why do people get fat: is adipose tissue guilty?. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 51(3): 353-365

Why do plants have phosphoinositides?. Bioessays 16(1): 39-46

Why do some parasitic nematodes secrete acetylcholinesterase (AChE)?. International Journal for Parasitology 23(5): 549-550

Why do stored hydrated recalcitrant seeds die?. Seed Science Research 4(2): 187-191

Why do temperature and relative humidity at spraying have such negligible interactive influence on spraying effect of weeds in the field ?. Swedish crop protection conference Weeds and weed control ( 33): 49-61

Why do village health workers drop out?. World Health Forum 14(3): 258-261

Why does Douglas-fir heartwood turn black when treated with ammoniacal copper preservatives?. Forest products journal 44(2): 57-61

Why does heat shock increase salt resistance in cotton plants?. Plant Physiology & Biochemistry (Montrouge) 31(2): 181-188

Why does in vitro cell selection not improve the salt tolerance of plants?. Randall, P. J. , Delhaize, E. , Richards, R. A. , Munns, R. Developments In Plant And Soil Sciences; Genetic Aspects Of Plant Mineral Nutrition: 137-142

Why does liver fibrosis occur in schistosomiasis?. Parasitology Today 8(8): 277-279

Why does only Athalia japonica enter summer diapause among three sympatric Athalia sawflies feeding on crucifers?. Researches on Population Ecology (Kyoto) 34(2): 383-395

Why domestic food prices matter to growth strategy in semi-open West African agriculture. Journal of African Economies 1(3): 446-471

Why don't Great Lakes fish reflect environmental concentrations of organic contaminants? - An analysis of between-lake variability in the ecological partitioning of PCBs and DDT. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 184: 724-741

Why don't we conduct more international research in leisure and tourism? Methodological guidelines for cross-cultural research. Abstracts from the proceedings of the 1992 NRPA Leisure Research Symposium held in conjunction with the 1992 National Congress for Recreation and Parks, October 15-18, 1992, Cincinnati, Ohio: p.25

Why farmer-based conservation and improvement of plant genetic resources?. Growing diversity: genetic resources and local food security: 1-16

Why food aid?. Why food aid?: vii + 281pp.

Why futures transactions now?. Food Policy Study ( 77): 6-52

Why hasn't the collective farm disappeared?. Working Paper Center for Economic Studies, University of Munich ( 18): 12pp.

Why have American cows low fat content?. Fakta Husdjur ( 7): 4 pp.

Why have a health service for cattle?. Meieriposten 81(17): 495-497

Why have milk collection every second day?. Maelkeritidende 105(1): 4-6

Why heat treat ice cream?. Ice Cream and Frozen Confectionery 45(5): 164-165

Why innkeepers go to court: an update. Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly 34(5): 23-27

Why insects swarm: testing the models for lek mating systems on swarming Empis borealis females. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 314: 253-261

Why is BRA-mjolk so good?. Nordisk Mejeriinformation 20(4): 116-117

Why is environmental protection so slow?. Global Environmental Change 4(3): 179-184

Why is lipoprotein(a) relevant to thrombosis?. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 56(4 Suppl): 791s-792s

Why is smoking a major risk factor for coronary heart disease in hyperlipidemic subjects?. Diana, J N [Editor], Pryor, W A [Editor] Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences; Tobacco smoking and nutrition: Influence of nutrition on tobacco-associated health risks : 66-71

Why is this sample lipemic?. Canine Practice 18(5): 26-31

Why is velogenic Newcastle disease endemic in some countries and not in others?. Zimbabwe Veterinary Journal 24(3): 111,113

Why kinetoplast DNA networks?. Trends in Genetics 7(5): 139-141

Why legal trade classification regulations for potatoes?. Kartoffelbau 44(2): 64-67

Why look at physiology of varieties?. Aspects of Applied Biology ( 34): 1-16

Why modify?. Aussie Sport Action 4(2): 16-17

Why now is the time to invest in hotel real estate. Hotel Valuation Journal (Winter): 1, 4-6

Why people grow drugs: narcotics and development in the Third World. Why people grow drugs: narcotics and development in the Third World: xiv + 122pp.

Why physical education?. Why physical education?: unpaged

Why positive selection?. Immunological Reviews 0(135): 81-117

Why prefer the golden Syrian hamster (Mesocricetus auratus) to the Wistar rat in experimental studies on plasma lipoprotein metabolism?. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 107(2): 347-355

Why re-negotiate?. Leisure Manager 12(2): 22-24

Why reform of the CAP is important for Europe's social policy. ECAS Euro Citizen Action Service ( 6): 9-12

Why should dairy cattle be kept in loose-housing?. Bericht uber die Tagung "Kleine Rinderlaufstalle Schwerpunkt Milchvieh" vom 25 bis 26 September 1990: 7-11

Why should we conserve species and wildlands?. Fielder, P L And S K Jain (Ed ) Conservation Biology: The Theory And Practice Of Nature Conservation, Preservation, And Management Xxix+507p Routledge, Chapman And Hall, Inc : New York, New York, Usa; London, England, Uk Illus Maps 453-470

Why so few women hold Head of Department positions in physical education. ACHPER Healthy Lifestyles Journal ( 144): 4-10

Why study mistletoes ?. Arnoldia Boston 51(3): 11-17

Why study plant growth substances in subtropical crops?. Acta Horticulturae 275: 477-482

Why the Danes have got their nose in front. DLG Mitteilungen Agrar Inform 108(6): 36-38

Why the agricultural reform came about. DLG Mitteilungen Agrar Inform 108(2): 3-5 (DLG Spezial, Agrarreform)

Why the larch bud-moth cycle collapsed in the subalpine larch-cembran pine forests in the year 1990 for the first time since 1850. Oecologia (Heidelberg) 94(1): 62-66

Why these toxins and why now?. Veterinary and Human Toxicology 32 Suppl: 2-5

Why those who drink the most coffee appear to be at increased risk of disease. A modest proposal. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 31(3/4): 285-293

Why treatments for obesity don't last. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 91(10): 1243-1247

Why use primed flower seed?. Plantsman 14(4): 247-251

Why visiting sociologists fail. Discussion Paper Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex ( 341): 24pp.

Why we are not reforesting as fast as we should: insights into the problems encountered by government reforestation projects. Canopy International 1991; 16(5): 4, 8-9, 12

Why we must empower people to conserve biodiversity. Environment Update (Leamington Spa) 0(1): 11-15

Wide choice in pallet boxes. Fruitteelt Den Haag 80(33): 14-15

Wide compatibility in rice (Oryza sativa L.). Euphytica 64(1-2): 71-80

Wide crosses in cereals. Briggs, W R (Ed ) Annual Review Of Plant Physiology And Plant Molecular Biology, Vol 43 Ix+685p Annual Reviews Inc : Palo Alto, California, Usa Illus 117-143

Wide crosses of Vigna food legumes. Thottappilly, G [Editor], Monti, L M [Editor], Mohan, D R [Editor], Moore, A W [Editor] Biotechnology: Enhancing research on tropical crops in Africa : 75-80

Wide dispersion of curly disease (PVY) in potato crops in 1992. 34th Swedish Crop Protection Conference, Uppsala 27-28 January 1993: pests and diseases: 221-226

Wide gap plate heat exchanger in cane sugar industry. Technical Papers of the Fortieth Annual Convention of the Deccan Sugar Technologists' Association India, Part 1: E1-E2

Wide hybridization between Moricandia arvensis and Brassica amphidiploid species (B. napus and B. juncea). Euphytica 69(1/2): 155-160

Wide hybridization in Cajanus. Crop Improvement 20(1): 27-30

Wide hybridization in higher plants applying the method of test tube pollination of ovules. Reproductive biology and plant breeding: 205-214

Wide interspecific hybridization of Lilium: preliminary results of the application of pollination and embryo-rescue methods. Lily Yearbook of the North American Lily Society, Inc 1993; ( 43): 28-37

Wide-field motion-sensitive neurons tuned to horizontal movement in the honeybee, Apis mellifera. Journal of comparative physiology A Sensory neural and behavioral physiology68(1): 91-102

Widely disseminated Pneumocystis carinii infection associated with cytomegalovirus pneumonitis. Southern Medical Journal 86(8): 964-966

Widely separated sequence elements within cucumber mosaic virus satellites contribute to induce lethal tomato necrosis. Journal of General Virology 73(11): 2805-2812

Widening the human stomach: the effect of new consumer goods on economic growth and leisure. Oxford Economic Papers 45(3): 364-386

Widening the selection and improving the quality of production. Pishchevaya Promyshlennost' ( 6): 32-35

Wider horizons (Fertilizer Latin America means business). Fertilizer International ( 322): 24-33

Widescale implementation of oral Newcastle disease vaccination in Malaysia. Newcastle disease in village chickens: 101-102

Widespread dermatophytosis in cattle caused by Trichophyton mentagrophytes. Veterinaria Argentina 9(84): 246-249

Widespread dissemination of Pneumocystis carinii infection in a patient with acquired immune deficiency syndrome receiving long-term treatment with aerosolized pentamidine. American Journal of Clinical Pathology 95(1): 96-100

Widespread occurrence of the eastern Mediterranean strain of tomato yellow leaf curl geminivirus in tomatoes in the Dominican Republic. Plant Disease 78(9): 926

Widespread occurrence of walnut fly (Rhagoletis completa Cresson) in northern Italy. Informatore Agrario 48(48): 52-56

Widows and well-being in rural North India. Discussion Paper Development Economics Research Programme, Suntory Toyota International Centre for Economics and Related Disciplines ( 40): 50pp.

Width of sugar maple (Acer saccharum) tree rings as affected by climate. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23(11): 2370-2375

Wild & garden plants. Wild and garden plants: 200 pp.

Wild Allium L. species of food value in the western Tien-Shan. Uzbekiston Biologija Zurnali ( 6): 24-26

Wild and cultivated barley genotypes demonstrate varying ability to acclimate to plant water deficits. Plant Science (Limerick) 99(2): 125-134

Wild and cultivated strawberries can tolerate or resist root-lesion nematode. Hortscience 29(9): 1074-1077

Wild and domestic animals in grassland habitats: a bibliographic review. Gibier Faune Sauvage 9(Juin): 167-185

Wild and weed azuki beans in Japan. Economic Botany 46(4): 384-394

Wild animals as reservoirs of animal and human trypanosomosis. Resistance or tolerance of animals to disease and veterinary epidemiology and diagnostic methods: 161

Wild banana - Musa banksii. Australian Plants 17(138): 264, 266

Wild bee survey in Hachijo-jima Is. of the Izu Islands, Japan. Bulletin of the Biogeographical Society of Japan, 4621: 171-178

Wild bees. Apicultura Moderna ( 6): 15-26

Wild bees (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) of the Bedkowice Valley (Krakow-Czestochowa Upland). Part II. Andrenidae, Melittidae, Megachilidae, Anthophoridae, Apidae. Acta Biologica Cracoviensia Series Zoologia 33: 19-37

Wild bees of the East Frisian island of Norderney. Faunistich Okologische Mitteilungen 6(3/4): 125-146

Wild bees, systematics and the pollination market in Israel. Antenna London 15(2): 66-72

Wild cacao in French Guiana. Localisation, ecology and morphology. Cafe, Cacao, The 37(2): 101-114

Wild cherry. Amelioration des especes vegetales cultivees: objectifs et criteres de selection: 684-693, 746

Wild ducks are the reservoir for only a limited number of influenza A subtypes. Epidemiology and Infection 110(1): 161-176

Wild edible products in the forests of Madhya Pradesh. Journal of Tropical Forestry 7(3): 210-218

Wild forage resources of Bayingolern Prefecture in Xinjiang. Grassland of China ( 4): 1-3

Wild fruit and berry plant resources of Siberia and the Soviet Far East and their use for plant breeding. Aquilo Ser Botanica 31(0): 75-77

Wild fruit trees. Prunus avium. Malus sylvestris. Pyrus communis. Nasze Drzewa Lesne 18: 470 pp.

Wild genetic resources of wheat in southern Italy. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter ( 88-89): 74-76

Wild germplasm of temperate fruits. Advances in horticulture: fruit crops Volume 1: 227-241

Wild grapevines in Italy: diffusion, characteristics and germplasm conservation. Vignevini 19(1/2): 37-46

Wild lentils. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 12(3): 169-184

Wild medicinal plants of Fabaceae (Leguminoseae) in Madhya Pradesh: an ethnobotanical approach. Journal of Tropical Forestry 7(3): 219-227

Wild mustard interference in sugarbeets. Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science, Seattle, Washington, USA, 12-14 March 1991 44: 86-90

Wild oat (Avena fatua) populations resistant to triallate are also resistant to difenzoquat. Weed Science 42(2): 195-199

Wild oats; conservation and utilization. Journal of the Agricultural Society University of Wales 72: 143-155

Wild onion - a new record of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum. Indian Phytopathology 46(3): 261-262

Wild palms in Madagascar: a study of the triterpene alcohol composition of oils extracted from fruits. Oleagineux Paris 49(1): 27-30

Wild palms of Madagascar: fatty acid composition of oils extracted from the fruits of 26 species. Oleagineux Paris 48(5): 251-255

Wild pearl millet population (Pennisetum glaucum, Poaceae) integrity in agricultural Sahelian areas. An example from Keita (Niger). Plant Systematics and Evolution 189(3/4): 233-245

Wild pears - observations and experience. Allgemeine Forstzeitschrift ( 6-7): 169-170

Wild plants from Slovenia used as vegetables. Acta Horticulturae ( 318): 87-96

Wild plants in trade. Wild plants in trade: ii + 36 pp.

Wild potato (Solanum sect. Petota) germplasm collecting expedition to Argentina in 1990, and status of Argentinian potato germplasm resources. Potato Research 36(1): 3-12

Wild proso millet (Panicum miliaceum) interference in dry beans (Phaseolus vulgaris). Weed Science 41(4): 607-610

Wild red clover from Vorkuta - useful source material for introduction. Trudy Komi Nauchnogo Tsentra Ural' skogo Otdeleniya Akademii Nauk SSSR ( 123): 76-80

Wild relatives. Naturopa ( 73): 18

Wild relatives as a source of new germplasm for cereal improvement. Focused plant improvement: towards responsible and sustainable agriculture Proceedings: Volume 1 Tenth Australian Plant Breeding Conference, Gold Coast, 18-23 April 1993: 10-21

Wild reservoirs of parasitoids of aphids of the genus Aphis of agricultural interest in the province of Leon. (Hym., Braconidae: Aphidiinae; Hom., Aphididae). Boletin de Sanidad Vegetal, Plagas 18(2): 309-313

Wild rice domestication, fungal brown spot disease, and the future of commercial production in Minnesota. Plant Disease 76(12): 1193-1198

Wild rice: domestication of a native North American genus. New crops: 235-243

Wild silks of the world. American Entomologist 39(3): 151-161

Wild species collecting in arid Queensland, Australia. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter ( 88-89): 51-53

Wild species of Oryza with resistance to rice blast (Bl). International Rice Research Notes 18(2): 5

Wild species seed collecting in Dhofar, Sultanate of Oman. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter ( 91-92): 39-44

Wild species use in sunflower breeding - results and future directions. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter ( 93): 17-23

Wild sunflower germplasm collected from the Central Great Plains of the United States. Proceedings of the 13th International Sunflower Conference Volume 2, Pisa, Italy, 7-11 September 1992: 1375-1380

Wild sunflower species - sources of resistance to the sunflower moth (Homoeosoma nebulella Hubner; Homoeosoma electellum Hulst). Helia 16(19): 55-59

Wild sunflower species germination. Helia 16(18): 15-20

Wild tuber-bearing species of Solanum and incidence of Phytophthora infestans (Mont.) de Bary on the Western slopes of the volcano Nevado de Toluca. 5. Type of resistance to P. infestans. Potato Research 33(4): 479-486

Wild tuber-bearing species of Solanum and incidence of Phytophthora infestans (Mont.) de Bary on the western slopes of the volcano Nevado de Toluca. 4. Plant development in relation to late blight infection. Potato Research 33(4): 469-478

Wild wheat resources in the National Small Grains Collection, USA. Biodiversity and wheat improvement: 355-359

Wild wheats in southern Italy. Biodiversity and wheat improvement: 361-368

Wild yams of the African forest as potential food resources. Tropical forests, people and food: biocultural interactions and applications to development: 163-176

Wild-type coat protein gene of tobacco mosaic virus mutant Ni 2519. Journal of General Virology 74: 901-905

Wildcat red spring wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 74(1): 133-134

Wilderness benchmark 1988: proceedings of the National wilderness colloquium, Tampa, Florida, January 13-14, 1988. General Technical Report Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( SE-51): iv + 228 pp.

Wilderness campers' attitudes and their self-actualization based on a study in three Ontario provincial parks. Dissertation Abstracts International A, Humanities and Social Sciences 53(12, I): p.4476

Wilderness development decisions and the Krutilla-Fisher model: the case of Scotland's 'flow country'. Ecological Economics 4(2): 145-164

Wilderness recreation management: a general overview. Wilderness management: 401-422

Wilderness tapestry: an eclectic approach to preservation. Wilderness tapestry: an eclectic approach to preservation: xiii + 306pp.

Wilderness use and users: trends and projections. Wilderness management: 355-398

Wilderness visions: Arthur Carhart's 1922 proposal for the Quetico-Superior wilderness. Forest and Conservation History 35(3): 128-137

Wilderness visitor education: information about alternative techniques. General Technical Report Intermountain Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( INT-295): 37pp.

Wildfire activity in the mallee shrubland of Victoria, Australia. International Journal of Wildland Fire 3(4): 217-227

Wildfire and soil organic carbon in sagebrush-bunchgrass vegetation. Great Basin Naturalist 52(3): 284-287

Wildfire in the Yugoslav area and eastern Mediterranean region. International Journal of Wildland Fire 3(3): 123-130

Wildfire: a challenge for erosion control. Erosion Control 1(1): 34-43

Wildfires. Environment International 17(2-3): 99-178

Wildfires in the southern Canadian Rocky Mountains and their relationship to mid-tropospheric anomalies. Canadian journal of forest research 23(6): 1213-1222

Wildflower seed dormancy. Wildflower 4(3): 36-39

Wildflowers in grassland systems. Grassland management and nature conservation: Proceedings of a joint meeting between the British Grassland Society and the British Ecological Society held at Leeds University 27-29 September 1993: 104-114

Wildland-influenced economic impacts of nonresident travel on portal communities: the case of Missoula, Montana. Journal of Travel Research 32(4): 26-31

Wildlife and fisheries. Environmental science (Ed. 4): 247-273

Wildlife as a constraint to tick eradication of Boophilus spp. FAO Animal Production and Health Paper ( 75): 146-153

Wildlife as hosts for ticks (Acari) in Antigua, West Indies. Journal of Medical Entomology 31(1): 57-61

Wildlife conservation and tourism in Kenya. Wildlife conservation and tourism in Kenya: iii + 134pp.

Wildlife conservation in private lands: any hope for Nigerian small game?. Nigerian Journal of Forestry 21(1-2): 47-52

Wildlife conservation in the Ngorongoro conservation area in Tanzania: social and ecological implications of increasing pastoralist and declining per capita livestock populations. NORAGRIC Occasional Papers Series C, Development and Environment ( 11): 84-100

Wildlife development under the Better Life Programme for rural dwellers in south-western zone of Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Forestry 21(1-2): 80-83

Wildlife diseases in India. (Infectious and parasitic diseases of mammals, reptiles and amphibians). Wildlife diseases in India Infectious and parasitic diseases of mammals, reptiles and amphibians: x + 183 pp. + 16 pl

Wildlife extension: participatory conservation by the Massai of Kenya. Wildlife extension: participatory conservation by the Massai of Kenya: xi + 193pp.

Wildlife farm management (deer) in Sierra Morena (Spain): effects of different interest rates. Investigacion Agraria, Economia 7(1): 5-13

Wildlife habitat, range, recreation, hydrology, and related research using Forest Inventory and Analysis surveys: a 12-year compendium. General Technical Report Southern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( SO-84): i + 61 pp.

Wildlife impacts on soil erosion and hydrology in wet mediterranean forest, Portugal. International Journal of Wildland Fire 3(2): 95-110

Wildlife openings in the Shawnee National Forest and their contribution to habitat change. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science, 823-4: 137-142

Wildlife rabies control. Proceedings of the International WHO Symposium on Wildlife Rabies Control, Geneva, 2-5 July, 1990. Wildlife rabies control Proceedings of the International WHO Symposium on Wildlife Rabies Control, Geneva, 2-5 July, 1990: x + 222 pp.

Wildlife rabies in Europe: its spread and prevention. Nuovo Progresso Veterinario 47(22): 693-699

Wildlife rangers handbook. Handbook Forestry Commission ( 10): 130 pp.

Wildlife recovery: is benefit-cost analysis appropriate?. Journal of Environmental Management, 334: 327-334

Wildlife special issue. Indian Forester 117(10): ii + 785-938

Wildlife toxicology. Wildlife toxicology: xxi + 322 pp.

Wildlife utilisation as an instrument for natural habitat conservation: a survey of the literature and of the issues. LEEC Paper London Environmental Economics Centre, International Institute for Environment and Development ( DP 91-03): 42pp.

Wildlife utilization and local people: a case-study in Upper Lupande Game Management Area, Zambia. Environmental Conservation 19(2): 135-144

Wildlife, national parks and people. Indian Forester 119(7): 521-529

Wildlife-based tourism in Zimbabwe: an outline of its development and future policy options. Geographical Journal of Zimbabwe ( 23): 59-78

Wildlife-livestock-fire interactions on the north Kaibab: a historical review. General Technical Report Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( RM-222): 12 pp.

Wildlife: their economic importance and some endangered species. Proceedings of the sixth AAAP Animal Science Congress Volume II: 275-293

Will AIDS adversely affect agricultural development in Southern Africa?. Agricultural restructuring in Southern Africa: papers presented at an international symposium, Swakopmund, Namibia, 24-27 July 1990: 443-451

Will Cote-d'Ivoire give up its position as the world's leading cocoa producer to Indonesia?. Cafe, Cacao, The 37(3): 227-249

Will Eastern Europe and the Soviet Republics become major agricultural exporters?. Improving agricultural trade performance under the GATT: 5-27

Will HIV become a major determinant of fertility in Sub-Saharan Africa?. Journal of Development Studies 30(3): 650-679

Will protein content be standardized in future?. Schweizerische Milchzeitung 120(33): 7

Will biotechnology alleviate poverty?. Sustainable agricultural development: the role of international cooperation Proceedings of the twenty first international conference of agricultural economists, Japan 22-29 August 1991: 573-591

Will coffee imports remain strong?. FO Lichts International Coffee Report 7(8): 105-107

Will developing country debt forgiveness increase agricultural trade?. Agricultural economics: the journal of the International Association of Agricultural Economists 8(2): 91-105

Will dried skim milk be in short supply?. Molkerei Zeitung Welt der Milch 46(35): 989

Will farm interest rates change course?. Agricultural Outlook ( 196): 27-29

Will farmer participatory research survive in the International Agricultural Research Centres?. Gatekeeper Series Sustainable Agriculture Programme, International Institute for Environment and Development ( SA44): 16pp.

Will goat keeping again become more attractive in future?. Berater Information ( 9): 18-21

Will herbicide-tolerant crops be tolerated?. Biotechnology and Development Monitor ( 13): 4-5

Will hybrids of genetically modified crops invade natural communities?. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 9(3): 85-89

Will increases in our understanding of soil-root relations and root signalling substantially alter water flux models?. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B Biological Sciences 341(1295): 57-66

Will irradiation enhance or reduce food safety?. Food policy 18(2): 143-151

Will it burn-should it burn?: management of the spinifex grasslands of inland Australia. Desertified grasslands: their biology and management Papers presented at an International Symposium, London, 27, 28 February and 1 March 1991: 63-76

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Wincanton Engineering provides the whole package. Milk Industry London 95(5): 40-42

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Winter fluxes of methane from Minnesota peatlands. Biogeochemistry (Dordrecht) 17(2): 71-83

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Winter sprinkling of mangoes: is this of any advantage?. Yearbook South African Mango Growers' Association 12: 58-60

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Winter ulcers of the skin in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L.: pathogenesis and possible aetiology. Journal of Fish Diseases 17(6): 661-665

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Wood extractives of rubberwood (Heavea brasiliensis) and their influences on the setting of the inorganic binder in gypsum-bonded particleboards. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 6(3): 269-285

Wood for fuel - turning full circle. Forestry and British Timber 23(6): 39...42

Wood fuel in Kano. Wood fuel in Kano: xv + 124 pp.

Wood fuel production from short rotation coppice. (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 : 215-222

Wood identification in Australia. Journal of the Institute of Wood Science 12(5): 299-301

Wood identification of archaeological charcoal by light microscopy using the replica technique. Research Bulletins of the College Experiment Forests, Hokkaido University 48(1): 233-246

Wood in the stationary state: zero entropy gradients for water vapor and bound water. Wood Science and Technology 26(5): 335-342

Wood laminates glued by enzymatic oxidation of brown-rotted lignin. Holzforschung 45(6): 467-468

Wood moisture content in felled Scots pine trees as a function of various factors. Beitrage fur Forstwirtschaft und Landschaftsokologie 26(3-4): 79-81

Wood of the Dipterocarpaceae in Cambodia, Lao and Vietnam. Bois et Forets des Tropiques ( 232): 29-44

Wood polymer composites. Wood and Fiber Science 26(1): 142-151

Wood powder: an upgraded wood fuel. Forest Products Journal 42(9): 52-56

Wood preparation, storage, and drying. Biomass and Bioenergy 2(1-6): 149-156

Wood preservation. Wood preservation (Ed. 2): xii + 226 pp.

Wood preservation - BRE research and progress towards Europe. Journal of the Institute of Wood Science 12(6): 305-316

Wood preservation and conservation of forests. Van Vigyan 29(3): 149-153

Wood preservation and protection from combined fungal and insect attack. Fungi and xylophagous insects. Industria Lemnului 39(4): 200-209

Wood preservation hygiene and environment in the limelight of actuality. Aerobiologia 6(1): 8-10

Wood preservatives for the treatment of wounds on trees?. Gesunde Pflanzen 44(9): 303-306

Wood preservatives permitted for sale and use. Przemys Drzewny 41(9-10): 17-19

Wood preservatives, solvents and thrombocytopenic purpura. Lancet British Edition 338(8769): 766

Wood preservatives: application methods. BRE Digest ( 378): 8 pp.

Wood procurement strategies for the 1990s. Tappi Journal 74(11): 66-67

Wood production and latewood percentage of Douglas-fir from different stands and vitality classes. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23(7): 1480-1486

Wood production and quality in Dutch Douglas fir. IAWA Bulletin 13(3): 257

Wood production by 28 provenances of Pinus oocarpa in 4 trials. Investigaciones Forestales Instituto Nacional de los Recursos Naturales Renovables y del Ambiente (July): 26 pp.

Wood production deserves precedence. Forstarchiv 62(6): 223-225

Wood production in a Mediterranean environment: forest management on the Massanova estate. Annali dell' Istituto Sperimentale per la Selvicoltura 1992; 21: 5-56

Wood production on agricultural land. Cellulosa e Carta 44(2): 59-63

Wood properties of Serbian spruce from plantations in Saxony. Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 51(5): 329-334

Wood properties of sugi (Cryptomeria japonica): an approach to the wood quality of twelve cultivars as structural members. Bulletin of the Kyushu University Forests ( 62): 115-126

Wood properties of the Andes alder (Alnus acuminata). Forstarchiv 62(5): 196-199

Wood properties of three species of mangrove. Estudio tecnologico de la madera en tres especies de mangle: ix + 93 pp.

Wood quality improvement of eucalypts in India: an assessment of property-variations. Journal of the Indian Academy of Wood Science 21(2): 33-40

Wood quality in alleycropped eastern black walnut. Agroforestry Systems 22(1): 25-32

Wood quality of Norway spruce grown in plantations in Quebec. Wood and Fiber Science 26(3): 342-353

Wood quality of Scots pine from a damaged forest area after five years of wet storage. Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 50(7-8): 268-274

Wood quality variation in the trees of some endemic tropical species. IAWA Bulletin 13(3): 255

Wood quality, pruning and silviculture of Douglas fir. Revue Forestiere Francaise 41(5): 387-410

Wood recovery with in-woods flailing and chipping. Tappi Journal 74(9): 109-113

Wood removal from Rawashda/Wad Kabo forests. Occasional Paper Fuelwood Development for Energy in Sudan ( 10): ii + 10 pp.

Wood research at the Norwegian Institute of Wood Technology. Wood Design Focus 2(4): 7-8

Wood research on Ostrya carpinifolia. Istanbul Universitesi Orman Fakultesi Dergisi Seri A 1989; 38(1): 91-104

Wood residue availability in the northeastern Washington, Idaho, and Montana area. Forest products journal 41(9): 25-31

Wood residues and used wood: amounts and utilization in Austria. Holzforschung und Holzverwertung 46(3): 46-48

Wood resources and ways of increasing them. Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Lesnoi Zhurnal ( 6): 110-115

Wood specific gravity variability in Ceiba pentandra. Wood and Fiber Science 26(1): 91-96

Wood storage on the late Bronze age site of Cortaillod-Est. Dendrochronologia 7: 105-121

Wood structural features of black spruce. Acta Facultatis Ligniensis ( 1): 65-100

Wood structure and generic status of some southern African Cassinoideae (Celastraceae). IAWA Journal 14(4): 373-389

Wood structure of the Rosaceae in relation to ecology, habit and phenology. IAWA (International Association of Wood Anatomists) Bulletin 13(3): 307-349

Wood sugar analysis by anion chromatography. Journal of Wood Chemistry & Technology 11(4): 495-502

Wood variability. Document Station de Recherches sur la Qualite des Bois, INRA ( 351): ii + 56 pp.

Wood volume coefficient estimation for the cerrado of Brasilia. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 24(12): 1457-1459

Wood volume equations for central coast blue gum. California Agriculture 43(6): 13-14

Wood weathering in fluorescent ultraviolet and xenon arc chambers. Forest products journal 41(2): 40-44

Wood, still a neglected energy source. Energy Policy 20(6): 516-521

Wood-ash composition and soil pH following intense burning. Soil Science 156(5): 358-364

Wood-bark grain spirality correlations in Calocedrus formosana. IAWA Journal 14(1): 29-34

Wood-based panel products: their contribution to the conservation of forest resources. BRE Digest ( 375): 4 pp.

Wood-burning stoves in Kenya: sale or subsidy?. Development In Practice: an Oxfam Journal 3(2): 122-124

Wood-cement composites: effect of model compounds on hydration characteristics and tensile strength. Wood and Fiber Science 23(4): 472-482

Wood-cement composites: species and heartwood-sapwood effects on hydration and tensile strength. Forest Products Journal 41(3): 9-14

Wood-degrading bacteria in posts. What' s New in Forest Research ( 174): 4 pp.

Wood-fibre substrate in the cultivation of ornamentals - characteristics and quality requirements. Gartenbau Magazin 38(9): 44-47

Wood-phenol resin fiber. Recent research on wood and wood based materials: 169-183

Wood-preserving techniques to prevent biodeterioration. Recent research on wood and wood based materials: 223-240

Wood: decay, pests and protection. Wood: decay, pests and protection: viii + 546 pp.

Wooded areas in the central Po valley (Province of Cremona) and strategies for their conservation and restoration. Monti e Boschi 44(1): 23-25

Wooden household furniture: a study of major markets. Wooden household furniture: a study of major markets: xxiii + 449 pp.

Wooden railway sleepers in competition. Forst und Holz 46(2): 27-30

Wooden slope measuring instrument. Vaniki Sandesh 15(4): 11-12

Wooden world. Gleanings in Bee Culture 120(2): 80-87

Woodfuel flows: rapid rural appraisal in four Asian Countries. Field Document Regional Wood Energy Development Programme in Asia, FAO ( 26): 222 pp.

Woodfuel, women and woodlots. Volume 2: The Kenya Woodfuel Development Programme. Woodfuel, women and woodlots Volume 2: The Kenya Woodfuel Development Programme: xiv + 274 pp.

Woodland Grant Scheme. Woodland Grant Scheme: 23 pp.

Woodland conservation and management. Woodland conservation and management (Ed. 2): xvi + 374 pp.

Woodland expansion in the Platte River, Nebraska: patterns and causes. Ecological Monographs 64(1): 45-84

Woodland key-habitats will be mapped in a new project by the Swedish National Forestry Board. Svensk Botanisk Tidskrift 86(3): 219-226

Woodland management for pheasants. Forestry Commission Bulletin ( 106): vi + 18 pp.

Woodland on the Hampshire Downs: the morphology of a medieval landscape. Forest and Conservation History 36(4): 172-178

Woodland polyphony. Society and the environment: a Swedish research perspective: 177-198

Woodland reclamation within the Missouri Breaks in west central North Dakota. Proceedings of the conference ' Reclamation, a global perspective' , Calgary, Alberta, August 27-31, 1989 Vol 1: 345-355

Woodland resources: ecology, policy and ideology: an historical case study of woodland use in Shurugwi Communal Area, Zimbabwe. Woodland resources: ecology, policy and ideology: an historical case study of woodland use in Shurugwi Communal Area, Zimbabwe: 476 pp.

Woodland visits: monitoring vehicle use. Countryside Recreation Network News 2(3): 16-19

Woodlands: past, present and potential for insects. The conservation of insects and their habitats: 155-211

Woodrooms in eastern Canada: survey results. Field Note: General Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada ( 20): 2 pp.

Woodworking noise. Tutkimuksia Valtion Teknillinen Tutkimuskeskus ( 601): 35 + 4 pp.

Woody angiosperms of Mexico. No. 3. Anatomy of the wood of twenty-six species in Lacandona tropical evergreen forest, Chiapas. Madera y Su Uso ( 26): v + 200 pp.

Woody communities of Bundelkhand Forest Division. Indian Journal of Forestry 14(3): 237-244

Woody detritus inputs and decomposition kinetics in a southern temperate deciduous forest. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 118(1): 52-57

Woody flora of Chios. Arboretum Kornickie 1989; 32: 37-92

Woody flora of Zakinthos Island (Greece). Arboretum Kornickie 1991; ( 35): 47-76

Woody fodder species in Indian mountain ecosystems. Range Management and Agroforestry 12(2): 179-194

Woody growth and the overcoming of obstacles. Forstarchiv 62(5): 194-195

Woody plant encroachment into southwestern grasslands and savannas: rates, patterns and proximate causes. Ecological implications of livestock herbivory in the west: 13-68

Woody plant protoplast technology revisited. Acta Horticulturae ( 336): 285-296

Woody plant regeneration in four floodplain forests. Ecological Monographs 64(3): 345-367

Woody plants in Tallinn. Tallinna botaanikaaia uurimused 4: botaanika ja okoloogia: 71-93, 83a

Woody plants of the parks of the Tula region. Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada ( 159): 8-16

Woody plants, browsers and tannins in southern African savannas. South African Journal of Science 89(10): 505-510

Woody species, a trump to protect. Lettre du Reseau Recherche Developpement ( 19): 4-7

Woody vegetation of Borana, south Ethiopia. Sinet, an Ethiopian Journal of Science 15(2): 117-130

Wool and mohair production in Lesotho. Future of livestock industries in east and southern Africa: Proceedings of the Workshop held at Kadoma Ranch Hotel, Zimbabwe, 20-23 July 1992: 211-218

Wool fibre tenacity and its relationship to staple strength. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 43(8): 1759-1776

Wool growth. Forbes, J M [Editor], France, J [Editor] Quantitative aspects of ruminant digestion and metabolism : 453-477

Wool marketing in China: a system in transition. ACIAR Technical Reports Series ( 25): 36-44

Wool marketing in an environment of deregulation and self regulation. Wool Technology and Sheep Breeding 41(3): 338-341

Wool marketing mechanism in China. Problems of Agricultural Economy ( 5): 19-22

Wool marketing: the future role of auction selling. Wool Technology and Sheep Breeding 41(3): 334-337

Wool production and blood supply to skin and other tissues in sheep. Journal of Animal Science 71(2): 492-498

Wool production and heterosis by the Merino, the Polwarth, and their reciprocal crosses. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 33(4): 397-402

Wool production from wet and dry ewes on southern North Island hill country. Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production 52(0): 217-220

Wool production in tribal area of Himachal Pradesh. Agricultural Situation in India 47(4): 253-256

Wool production of Australian-Stavropol crossbreds. Ovtsevodstvo ( 5-6): 23-24

Wool production of Tsigai and Kuibyshev young rams. Ovtsevodstvo ( 5-6): 36-37

Wool quality of sheep of the new Karadolakh type. Ovtsevodstvo ( 3): 32

Wool stockpile disposal policies: address to world wool forum, IWTO conference, Istanbul, Turkey, 18 May 1993. Wool and Woollens of India 30(2): 11-14

Wool traits of Awassi and Assaf and their respective Booroola Merino F1 crosses in Israel. 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 : 341-347

Wool: structuring for global realities. Wool Technology and Sheep Breeding 41(3): 342-360

Woolliness in stone fruits. ASEAN Food Journal 7(1): 13-16

Woolly cupgrass (Eriochloa villosa) control in corn (Zea mays) with chloroacetamide herbicides. Weed Technology 7(4): 925-929

Woolly morningglory (Ipomoea hirsutula) as a weed - taxonomic clarification. Weed Technology 6(4): 1027-1030

Wopell - an effective anthelmintic against ascaridiasis in poultry. Indian Journal of Indigenous Medicines (6): 9-12

Words recognition under tractor noise. International agricultural engineering conference Proceedings of a conference held in Bangkok, Thailand on 7-10 December 1992 Vol I: 375-381

Work Efficiency Institute annual report 1992. Tyotehoseuran Julkaisuja ( 329): 79 pp.

Work Efficiency Institute annual report 1993. Tyotehoseuran Julkaisuja ( 334): 84 pp.

Work and ideology in the Maya Highlands of Guatemala: economic beliefs in the context of occupational change. Economic Development and Cultural Change 41(1): 103-123

Work and leisure in capitalist and socialist societies. World Leisure and Recreation 36(2): 34-35

Work at the Centre for Rural Building 1992. Farm Building Progress ( 112): 7-15

Work at the Centre for Rural Building 1993. Farm Building Progress ( 115): 10-17

Work at the centre for rural building 1991. Farm Building Progress ( 108): 10-19

Work carried out at Rennes during 1990 and 1991 on pest insects of field vegetable crops. Bulletin OILB/SROP 15(4): 168-170

Work chains in the harvesting of hay - harvesting methods and costs. Tyotehoseuran Maataloustiedote ( 7): 4 pp.

Work expenditure on fox farms. Annals of Warsaw Agricultural University SGGW AR, Animal Science ( 25): 53-57

Work in the United States on the use of cropping patterns to promote natural enemies of pests. Aspects of Applied Biology ( 31): 139-148

Work intensity and operational efficiency of pruning by unskilled forest workers. Scientific Reports of the Kyoto Prefectural University, Natural Science and Living Science ( 41): 67-72

Work motivation and camp counselors. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 10(4): 37-56

Work of art: occupational analysis of a children's hospital youth arts program. Youth Studies Australia 12(2): 18-24

Work of the French Colonial Health Service in the field of food and nutrition overseas. Medecine et Nutrition 28(5): 273-284

Work of the commission for the introduction of tropical and subtropical plants under protected cultivation, established by the council of botanical gardens of the USSR. Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada ( 160): 103-104

Work organization and working methods on big farms. Landtechnik 49(1): 4,8-10

Work organization on the market-oriented small-scale enterprises of large farms. Gazdalkodas 36(4): 69-71

Work participation behaviour of married women with living husbands: a case of rural and urban Pondicherry. Artha Vijnana 34(3): 315-336

Work patterns in two Zangskar villages. Himalayan Buddhist villages: environment, resources, society and religious life in Zangskar, Ladakh: 361-381

Work performance of the camel as a draught and riding animal: a review. Proceedings of the International Conference on Camel Production and Improvement, 10-13 December, 1990, Tobruk, Libya: 191-201

Work quality analysis of rotational sprayers. Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych, C Technika Rolnicza 79(2): 109-119

Work quality estimation of slit rotational sprayers. Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych, C Technika Rolnicza 79(2): 121-128

Work quality of axial and tangential threshing mechanisms in the harvest of field beans. Trends in agricultural engineering, Prague, 15-18 September 1992 Proceedings II: 653-658

Work rates and fuel consumption. Macchine and Motori Agricoli IMA Il Trattorista 50(6): 48-53

Work relations in agriculture: sugarcane cutting in Orlandia and Sales Oliveira. Informacoes Economicas Instituto de Economia Agricola 22(9): 27-32

Work routine time in herringbone milking parlors under steady-state conditions. Journal of Dairy Science 75(Supplement 1): 261

Work safety of automatically guided vehicles. Landtechnik 49(1): 4,27-29

Work stress responses and associated personality dimensions among Australian hospitality industry employees. ANZALS Leisure Research Series 1: 154-165

Work studies and standard times related to reforestation in the eastern Black Sea region. Teknik Bulten Serisi Ormanclk Arastrma Enstitusu Yaynlar ( 209): 43 pp.

Work studies in forestry - terminology and principles of structuring. Allgemeine Forst und Jagdzeitung 164(9-10): 157-162

Work studies on the HSM Lauterberg cable pull-out aid. Forsttechnische Informationen 44(10): 73-76

Work study and productivity for manual debarking with an axe. Annali Accademia Italiana di Scienze Forestali 40: 147-174