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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 2624

Chapter 2624 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Forestry and nature conservation: changing perspectives. Commonwealth Forestry Review 74(1): 5-19, 84-86

Forestry and nature conservation: differences and agreements in theory and practice. AFZ, Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift 48(11): 522-525

Forestry and radio-ecology. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 3): 38-40

Forestry and rural development. Flamboyant ( 33): 8-16

Forestry and rural development in Scotland and Ireland. Rural realities: trends and choices Proceedings of the 35th Seminar of the European Association of Agricultural Economists, Aberdeen, Scotland, 27-29 June 1994: 77-91

Forestry and wildlifetowards the 21st century. Forestry Chronicle 70(5): 525-561

Forestry and wood industry on Mount Kenya. Geographische Rundschau 44(7/8): 446-451

Forestry and woodlands. Volume I: Report, together with the Proceedings of the Committee. Volume II: Minutes of evidence and appendices. Forestry and woodlands Volume I: Report, together with the Proceedings of the Committee Volume II: Minutes of evidence and appendices: 51 + x + 373 pp.

Forestry applications of saddle-point approximations to construct confidence intervals for population means. Biometrics 51(1): 61-72

Forestry as a land use in Ireland. Rural land use on the Atlantic periphery of Europe: Scotland and Ireland: 131-142

Forestry as a land use in Scotland. Rural land use on the Atlantic periphery of Europe: Scotland and Ireland: 117-130

Forestry conflicts from the 1950's to 1983 - a review of a comparative study between USA, Germany, France, Sweden, Finland and Norway. Research Report European Forest Institute ( 3): 91 pp.

Forestry cooperation: the COSPE-COATLAHL project in Honduras. Italia Forestale e Montana 50(2): 215-234

Forestry development cooperation; an inventory of Dutch activities. Part 4: the execution sector. BOS Document Stichting voor Nederlandse Bosbouw Ontwikkelings Samenwerking ( 16): 94 pp.

Forestry extension and the changing structure of forest ownership. Tyotehoseuran Metsatiedote 8( 516): 6 pp.

Forestry improvement in the basins of small rivers. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 1): 21-24

Forestry in British Columbia: the current situation. Forestry Oxford 68(2): 83-92

Forestry in Grampian. Forestry (Oxford) 68(3): 175-185

Forestry in Nidwalden, Switzerland. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen 146(7): 493-562

Forestry in Poland: aims and tasks of forestry in Poland; planning and silviculture in Poland. AFZ, Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift 49(16): 686-876

Forestry in a transitional economy: Hungary. Unasylva English ed 45(179): 11-18

Forestry in eco-development: a Jhabua experience. Vaniki Sandesh 18(1): 14-18

Forestry in irrigation schemes with special reference to Kenya. East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal 1994; 58(Special Issue): iii + 127 pp.

Forestry in the Far East: problems and solutions. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 11): 53-59

Forestry in the twenty-first century: challenges, changes and opportunities. Journal of the Institute of Wood Science 13(5): 497-499

Forestry information systems in the Russian Federation - current status and prospects. Forstarchiv 65(6): 285-288

Forestry legislation. Report of IUFRO Subject Group S6, 13-00. Forstwissenschaftliche Beitrage ETH Zurich ( 11): 390 pp.

Forestry measures to improve agriculture in the Western Pamir region. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 8): 50

Forestry models: international workshop, 21-22 March 1991, Santiago, Chile. Modelos forestales: taller internacional, 21-22 de Marzo de 1991, Santiago, Chile: vii + 348 pp.

Forestry policy and woodfuel markets in Malawi. Natural Resources Forum 19(2): 143-152

Forestry regulation of the higher fauna. Lesokhozyaistvennaya regulyatsiya vysshei fauny: 96 pp.

Forestry related land use in the West Usambara mountains, Tanzania. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment 49(2): 207-215

Forestry research. Unasylva English ed 45(177): 2-52

Forestry research & education in India. Proceedings: INSA conference on forestry research and education in India, 8-9 October, 1992, New Delhi. Forestry research and education in India Proceedings: INSA conference on forestry research and education in India, 8-9 October, 1992, New Delhi: xv + 275 pp.

Forestry research at Bura, Tana River district, Kenya 1984-1993. East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal 1994; 58(Special Issue): 7-11

Forestry research in Bura, Kenya 1984-1993: final report of the research component in the Bura Fuelwood Project. Tropical Forestry Reports Department of Forest Ecology, University of Helsinki ( 8): 136 pp.

Forestry research in northern Cote d'Ivoire. Flamboyant ( 19): 19-21

Forestry research management. Proceedings of the international seminar held at Dehra Dun, India, March 2-6, 1993. FORSPA Publication ( 9): xii + 238 pp.

Forestry research within the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research. CIFOR Occasional Paper ( 1): 6 pp.

Forestry sector and forest plantations sub-sector planning in south and south-east Asia. Rapport Institutionen for Skog Industri Marknad Studier, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet ( 34): 169 pp.+xxxviii

Forestry teaching at Tharandt. AFZ, Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift 46(16): 835-837

Forestry use of reclaimed lands in the extreme north-east of the USSR. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 5): 30-33

Forestry, nature conservation and outdoor recreation in local government planning. Arbetsrapport Institutionen for Skogsekonomi, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet ( 150): 68 + 13 pp.

Forests & archaeology guidelines. Forests and archaeology guidelines: iv + 9 pp.

Forests - forestry and global ecology. Forstwissenschaftliches Centralblatt 114(2): 80-96

Forests and UNCED '92: a foundation for the future. Forestry Chronicle 69(5): 539-544

Forests and carbon sequestration. Joint implementation of climate change commitments: opportunities and apprehensions: 121-131

Forests and climate. Indian Forester 120(11): 959-968

Forests and farms in the 1990s. Cellulosa e Carta 44(4): 20-27

Forests and foresters. Italia Forestale e Montana 49(6): 595-606

Forests and forestry in East Prussia from early times to 1939: a detailed account. Vol. I: The natural environment, condition of the forests, history and organization of forestry. Aus dem Walde ( 47): 360 pp.

Forests and forestry in East Prussia from early times to 1939: a detailed account. Vol. II: Graphs, tables and photographs. Aus dem Walde ( 48): 388 pp.

Forests and forestry in conditions of radioactive pollution. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 1): 26-29

Forests and forestry: radiation protection measures with special reference to the Chernobyl accident zone. Science of the Total Environment 137(1/3): 289-305

Forests and radioactivity. Papers presented at the seminar on Dynamic behaviour of radionuclides in forests, Stockholm, Sweden, 18-22 May, 1992. Science of the Total Environment 157: xi + 418 pp.

Forests and the global carbon cycle in the past, present and future. Research Report European Forest Institute ( 2): 66 pp.

Forests and tribals: victims of exploitation. Administrator 38(2): 11-17

Forests and wind: management to minimize damage. Forestry Commission Bulletin ( 114): viii + 24 pp.

Forests enter the world of countryside ecoviability. L' entree de la foret dans le monde de l' ecoviabilite rurale: 37 pp.

Forests for development: policy, environment, technology and trade. Proceedings of the 1st Panamerican Forestry Congress and the 7th Brazilian Forestry Congress, Curitiba, Parana, Brazil, 19-24 September, 1993. Floresta para o desenvolvimento: politica, ambiente, tecnologia e mercado Anais 1 degrees Congresso Florestal Panamericano e 7 degrees Congresso Florestal Brasileiro, Curitiba, Parana, Brasil, 19 a 24 de Setembro, 1993 ( 1-3): 48 + 1186 pp.

Forests foregone: the European Community's trade in tropical timbers and the destruction of the rainforests. Forests foregone: the European Community' s trade in tropical timbers and the destruction of the rainforests: 214 pp.

Forests in Central Asia and Kazakhstan: status, problem, prospects. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 12): 9-22

Forests in Europe. Proceedings of the 4th Pan-European Colloquy on Tourism and Environment, Warsaw, Poland, 20-21 September 1994. Forests in Europe Proceedings of the 4th Pan European Colloquy on Tourism and Environment, Warsaw, Poland, 20-21 September 1994: 70 pp.

Forests losing large quantities of nitrogen have elevated 15N : 14N ratios. Oecologia 84(2): 229-231

Forests of the Moscow region in the past and in the present. Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Lesnoi Zhurnal ( 5): 14-19

Forests of the Poznan agglomeration. Prace z Zakresu Nauk Lesnych 74: 119-125

Forests which give rapid returns. Agropecuaria Catarinense 6(1): 22-29

Forests, a global resource. Fourth report to Parliament. State of Canada' s Forests, Report to Parliament 1993: 112 pp.

Forging strategic alliances in Canada's agrifood sector: framework for analysis and action. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 42(3): 311-326

Forging vertical strategic alliances. Choices The Magazine of Food, Farm, and Resources Issues ( 2): 31-33

Forli: the centre of a varied Italian poultry industry. Misset World Poultry 11(8): 46-47

Form and function of stemmata in larvae of holometabolous insects. Mittler, T E [Editor], Radovsky, F J [Editor], Resh, V H [Editor] Annual Review of Entomology 323-349

Form of levee slope and present conditions of weeding for levee on paddy field in a steep sloping area. Developing farm land consolidation technique in regard to labor efficiency of levee weeding (II). Transactions of the Japanese Society of Irrigation, Drainage and Reclamation Engineering ( 170): 1-10

Form of mercury in stream fish exposed to high concentrations of dissolved inorganic mercury. Chemosphere 30(4): 779-787

Form, perception and appreciation of linear plantations. Rapport DLO Staring Centre, Wageningen ( 114): 143 pp.

Formal agricultural credit system in India: shape of things to come. Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics 49(3): 476-490

Formal criteria for classifying forest litters. Eurasian Soil Science 26(7): 56-69

Formaldehyde aerosol for disinfecting the air of houses occupied by pigs. Sovershenstvovanie zoogigienicheskikh meropriyatii dlya povysheniya rezistentnosti i produktivnosti sel' skokhozyaistvennykh zhivotnykh i ptits: 57-60

Formaldehyde and dimethylamine in frozen fishery products available on the market: an inventory. Archiv fur Lebensmittelhygiene 46(5): 122-124

Formaldehyde emissions from veneer plywood: the effect of ply thickness. WKI Mitteilung ( 609): 2 pp.

Formaldehyde in conventional homes in Taiwan. Environment International 19(6): 561-568

Formaldehyde in milk not affected by feeding soybean meal coated with chemically treated zein. Canadian Journal of Animal Science 74(4): 715-716

Formaldehyde residue in striped bass muscle. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 5(4): 306-312

Formaldehyde treatment of medium-density fiberboard in the low temperature range I. Reaction kinetic aspects. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 41(3): 318-323

Formaldehyde treatment of medium-density fiberboard in the low temperature range II. Physical and mechanical properties. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 41(3): 324-329

Formaldehyde-fixed cells infected with pseudorabies virus conferred resistance against Aujeszky's disease. Journal of Veterinary Medical Science 56(6): 1177-1179

Formalization of decision making rules in pasture management, from the perspective of a simulated forage system. The study of livestock farming systems in a research and development framework Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on livestock farming systems, Saragossa, Spain, 11-12 September, 1992: 254-259

Formalization of the one-to-one conformity of modulus pyramids in evaluating plant adaptive potential. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya ( 5): 48-51

Formate and oxalate esters in lignin obtained from bagasse degraded by Lentinus edodes. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 39(11): 1317-1321

Formation and activity of urease-tannate complexes affected by aluminum, iron, and manganese. Soil Science Society Of America Journal. 59(3): 805-810

Formation and antimycotic effect of cyclodextrin inclusion complexes of econazole and miconazole. International Journal of Pharmaceutics (Amsterdam) 90(3): 247-254

Formation and biorelease of bound residues of pesticides in two Brazilian soils. I. -lindane. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 30(5): 687-694

Formation and biorelease of bound residues of pesticides in two Brazilian soils. II. -parathion. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 30(5): 695-700

Formation and classification of Anthrosols: China's perspective. 15th World Congress of Soil Science, Acapulco, Mexico, 10-16, July, 1994 Transactions, Volume 6a: Commission V: symposia: 120-128

Formation and decay of monodehydroascorbate radicals in illuminated thylakoids as determined by EPR spectroscopy. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1229(2): 155-165

Formation and degradation of upland meadows under the influence of haying and grazing. Russian Journal of Ecology 1994; 24(4): 207-215

Formation and deposition of tannins in quebracho colorado (Schinopsis balansae Engl.). Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 53(1): 56-60

Formation and disintegration of virions in lymphocystis cells of plaice Pleuronectes platessa. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 21(2): 109-113

Formation and growth of heterotrophic aerobic biofilms on small suspended particles in airlift reactors. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 44(5): 595-608

Formation and growth of the ectomycorrhiza of Cantharellus cibarius. Mycorrhiza 5(2): 89-97

Formation and morphology of root created macropores in paddy field. Transactions of the Japanese Society of Irrigation, Drainage and Reclamation Engineering ( 171): 13-20

Formation and movement of 14C-atrazine degradation products in a clay loam soil in the field. Weed Science 42(4): 618-624

Formation and persistence of metabolites of imazamethabenz-methyl in a sandy loam soil. Weed Research 34(5): 309-317

Formation and production of perennial grass stands depending on methods of soil cultivation. Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii ( 4): 29-42

Formation and reduction of yield components in winter wheat. Rostlinna Vyroba 40(6): 517-527

Formation and role of the manchette microtubules in the poultry spermatids. Acta Veterinaria Brno 64(1): 23-29

Formation and survival of oospores of Phytophthora infestans under natural conditions. Plant Pathology (Oxford) 44(1): 86-94

Formation and transformation of pigments during the fruit ripening of Capsicum annuum cv. Bola and Agridulce. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 42(1): 38-44

Formation and use of intermediate inferences in advisory systems: a herbicide example. AI Applications 6(4): 29-37

Formation and vertical distribution of juvenile and mature wood in a single stem of Cryptomeria japonica. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 24(5): 969-975

Formation and vertical distribution of sapwood and heartwood in Cryptomeria japonica D. Don. Trees: Structure and Function 9(1): 35-40

Formation mechanism and improvement approach of cotton (Gossypium) fiber strength. Scientia Agricultura Sinica 27(5): 10-16

Formation of 18-nor-13(14)-ene-17 beta -methyl steroids during perfluoroacylation of anabolic steroids bearing a tertiary 17-hydroxy group and compounds related to corticosteroids. Analyst 119(12): 2587-2590

Formation of 6'-deoxychalcone 4'-glucosides by enzyme extracts from petals of Dahlia variabilis. Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung Section C, Biosciences 49(11/12): 737-741

Formation of 6,7,4'-trihydroxyisoflavone (factor 2) from soybean seed isoflavones by bacteria isolated from tempe. Phytochemistry 34(4): 979-981

Formation of N'-ethyl-S-nornicotine by transformed root cultures of Nicotiana rustica. Phytochemistry 34(1): 153-155

Formation of N-malonyl-L-tryptophan in water-stressed tomato leaves. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 40(3): 691-697

Formation of N-nitrosoterbutryn in water and soil. Annali della Facolta di Agraria, Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Milano 34(1/2): 21-27

Formation of Scots pine stands from preserved advance growth. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 12): 43-45

Formation of a large new type of cattle of the Russian Brown breed. Zootekhniya 47(4): 11-12

Formation of a new type of Limousin cattle. Zootekhniya (9): 6-7

Formation of a three-layer chip mat with optimum structure. Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Lesnoi Zhurnal ( 6): 58-61

Formation of a transient magnesium-aluminum double hydroxide in soils of southeastern Ohio. Soil Science Society of America Journal 58(2): 470-476

Formation of adventitious buds in tissue culture of Picea abies. Adaptatsionnaya izmenchivost' rastenii pri introduktsii: 26-32 (Ru), 25 (en)

Formation of aluminium hydroxides as influenced by aluminium salts and bases. Clays and Clay Minerals 43(1): 111-115

Formation of an optimum production programme for associations of forest-industry enterprises on the basis of harmonization of interests. Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Lesnoi Zhurnal ( 6): 99-104

Formation of anthocyanins from cells cultured from different parts of strawberry plants. Journal of Food Science 58(4): 788-792

Formation of aromatic DNA adducts in white blood cells in relation to urinary excretion of 1-hydroxypyrene during consumption of grilled meat. Carcinogenesis 15(10): 2263-2268

Formation of aromatic intermediates in the biosynthesis of bitter acids in Humulus lupulus. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 38(1): 77-82

Formation of behavioural reaction in insects in tests with repellents (exemplified by the feeding behaviour of Aedes aegypti and A. togoi - Diptera, Culicidae). Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 69(3): 487-494

Formation of biologically active substances in Ocimum basilicum L. during the vegetation period . Acta Horticulturae ( 344): 334-346

Formation of bird communities in woodlands under the influence of habitat structure, food, competition and migration. Mitteilungen des Vereins fur Forstliche Standortskunde und Forstpflanzenzuchtung ( 37): 75-88

Formation of brome mosaic virus RNA-dependent RNA polymerase in yeast requires coexpression of viral proteins and viral RNA. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 92(11): 4892-4896

Formation of carotenoids by rhodotorula glutinis in whey ultrafiltrate. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 44(8): 888-894

Formation of chemical composition of artificial freshwater lenses. Problems of Desert Development ( 1): 43-49

Formation of chemical properties of light soil fertilized with magnesium sulphate and dolomite. Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych 413: 277-281

Formation of chlamydospores by Candida albicans in agar media containing plant extracts. Journal de Mycologie Medicale 5(2): 115-118

Formation of complexes between polyvinyl pyrrolidones or polyethylene glycols and tannins, and their implication in gas production and true digestibility in in vitro techniques. British Journal of Nutrition 73(6): 897-913

Formation of degradable thermoplastic poly(3-hydroxyalkanoates) by chemolithotrophic bacteria. Biotekhnologiya 8(5): 81-83

Formation of ebony and streaked woods. IAWA Journal 15(4): 425-437

Formation of free polyunsaturated fatty acids and their metabolites in oyster, Crassostrea gigas, by treatment with acetate. Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry 42(7): 1519-1524

Formation of halophyte communities in the Amu Darya River's lower reaches. Problems of Desert Development 1995; ( 3): 75-76

Formation of headspace volatiles by thermal decomposition of oxidized fish oils vs. oxidized vegetable oils. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 70(8): 767-772

Formation of highly productive aspen stands from young natural regeneration. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 10): 18-21

Formation of iron oxide in the surface zone of marine clay sediment and the geotechnical properties of clays. Transactions of the Japanese Society of Irrigation, Drainage and Reclamation Engineering ( 176): 153-158

Formation of isoleucine-specific Maillard products from -D-glucose and -D-fructose. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 43(5): 1163-1169

Formation of kojibiose and nigerose by sucrose phosphorylase. Bioscience Biotechnology & Biochemistry 58(4): 790-791

Formation of lactones during storage of UHT processed buffalo milk. Journal of Dairy Research 62(4): 645-650

Formation of land market institutions and their impacts on agricultural activity. Journal of rural studies 10(4): 377-385

Formation of land market institutions and their impacts on agricultural activity. Rural realities: trends and choices Proceedings of the 35th Seminar of the European Association of Agricultural Economists, Aberdeen, Scotland, 27-29 June 1994: 169-183

Formation of lysinoalanine following alkaline processing of soya bean meal in relation to the degradability of protein in the rumen. Journal of the Science of Food & Agriculture 68(1): 59-64

Formation of market-oriented production structures in agriculture. Ekonomika Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh i Pererabatyvayushchikh Predpriyatii ( 3): 7-10

Formation of melanin-type compounds from L-tryptophan on Ca- and Al-saturated clays. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin 4(6): 367-374

Formation of microsclerotia of Verticillium dahliae on various crops. Netherlands Journal of Agricultural Science 43(2): 205-215

Formation of multinucleate lily microspores in culture. Acta Horticulturae ( 325): 649-654

Formation of nitrifying biofilms on small suspended particles in airlift reactors. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 47(5): 585-595

Formation of nodular structures on the non-legumes Brassica napus, B. campestris, B. juncea and Arabidopsis thaliana with Bradyrhizobium and Rhizobium isolated from Parasponia spp. or legumes grown in tropical soils. Plant and Soil 172(2): 207-219

Formation of novel poly(hydroxyalkanoates) from long-chain fatty acids. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 41 Suppl 1: 14-21

Formation of oligosaccharides during enzymic hydrolysis of milk whey permeates. Process Biochemistry 30(8): 757-762

Formation of outbreak foci of the winter moth. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 7): 57-58

Formation of parasitic nodules in the swimbladder and intestinal walls of the eel Anguilla anguilla due to infections with larval stages of Anguillicola crassus. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 20(3): 163-170

Formation of permanent seed collection areas of Pinus sibirica of high seed productivity in the southern taiga of the Ob region. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 4): 41-43

Formation of petrocalcic horizons in soils from basic pyroclastics under the semiarid climate of Lanzarote (Spain). 15th World Congress of Soil Science, Acapulco, Mexico, 10-16, July, 1994 Transactions, Volume 6a: Commission V: symposia: 474-480

Formation of plastid initials, the presumed precursors of plastids, in cortical cells of living bark, leaf buds, and flower buds of apple trees in midwinter. Bioscience Biotechnology & Biochemistry 57(10): 1641-1645

Formation of polychlorinated dibenzo-P-dioxins (PCDD) and polychlorinated dibenzofurans (PCDF) during the combustion of impregnated wood. Chemosphere 30(11): 2051-2060

Formation of protocorm-like bodies (PLB) and shoot development through in vitro culture of outer tissue of Cymbidium PLB. Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science 63(3): 663-673

Formation of protocorm-like bodies from root apices of Catasetum pileatum (Orchidaceae) cultivated in vitro. II. Some non-hormonal requirements involved in the regeneration. Boletim de Botanica, Universidade de Sao Paulo ( 13): 31-40

Formation of quality in soft spring wheat grain depending on the cultivar, conditions of growing and the level of nitrogen nutrition. Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii ( 3): 14-29

Formation of soils with plinthite on a toposequence in Maranhao State, Brazil. Geoderma 64(3-4): 257-279

Formation of sown swards on peat-muck soils. Vestsi Akademii Agrarnykh Navuk Belarusi ( 3): 84-92, 126

Formation of spruce stands from the advance growth on felled areas of broadleaved forests. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 1): 23-25

Formation of taxol in Taxus cuspidata Sieb. et Zucc. var. nana Rehder callus cultures. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 40(11): 1254-1258

Formation of the annual layer of wood in stems of Pinus sylvestris and Larix sibirica. Lesovedenie ( 5): 19-27

Formation of the annual ring in trees of various species in the central Urals. Lesovedenie ( 4): 39-48

Formation of the embryonic gonad in the European eel, Anguilla anguilla. Journal of Ichthyology 33(7): 115-123

Formation of the root systems in Scots pine plantations of different density. Lesovodstvo, Lesnye Kul' tury i Pochvovedenie: 87-92

Formation of the root systems of Scots pine and larch in different soil conditions. Lesovedenie ( 4): 54-63

Formation of the shoot system in some Salvia species during ontogeny. Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada ( 169): 74-81

Formation of the snow cover in stands of different composition and structure. Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Lesnoi Zhurnal ( 2): 27-31

Formation of the structure of even-aged plant populations. Russian Journal of Ecology 1994; 24(6): 352-362

Formation of the structure of the soil mantle in Polar regions. Eurasian Soil Science 26(5): 1-16

Formation of the vitelline envelope precedes the active uptake of vitellogenin during oocyte development in the rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss. Molecular Reproduction and Development 39(2): 166-175

Formation of tyloses and state of health of Quercus petraea. Botanikai Kozlemenyek 78(3-4): 179-186

Formation of urinary calculi due to metabolic disorders in certain breeds of dogs. Harnsteinbildung aufgrund angeborener Stoffwechselstorungen bei ausgewahlten Hunderassen: 221 pp.

Formation of volatile sulfur compounds in salt marsh sediment as influenced by soil redox condition. Organic Geochemistry 23(4): 283-287

Formation, distribution, and characteristics of shallow gullies: investigations in the Loess Plateau, China. Transactions of the Japanese Society of Irrigation, Drainage and Reclamation Engineering ( 173): 93-99

Formation, function and protection of kettle holes in the agricultural landscape. Beitrage fur Forstwirtschaft und Landschaftsokologie 29(1): 1-4

Formation, types, features and means of improving gley rice paddy soil. A collection of papers on ecobreeding technique of gleying paddysoil tolerance rice: 3-6

Formations of Ceratonia siliqua in the chorological province of Andalucia. Studia Botanica 10: 53-56

Formative evaluation for planning a nutrition intervention: results from focus groups. Journal of Nutrition Education 27(3): 127-132

Formic acid or amitraz for spring or fall treatment of Acarapis woodi. American Bee Journal 133(12): 871

Forming of agricultural policy and its implementation in practice including some applications of the US experiences. Prague, September 2-3, 1993. Utvareni zemedelske politiky a jeji implementace v praxi vcetne aplikace nekterych americkych zkusenosti Praha, 2-3 zari 1993: 271 pp.

Formosan subterranean termite established in California. California Agriculture 49(1): 30-33

Formothion induced haematological changes in the freshwater Indian catfish Heteropneustes fossilis. Journal of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Monitoring 4(2): 137-140

Forms and distribution of iron in some arid region soils. Haryana Agricultural University Journal of Research 20(3): 211-216

Forms and distribution of potassium in some southeastern Nigeria topsequences. Journal of Potassium Research 10(2): 117-123

Forms and extractability of manganese in potting media. Communications in Soil Science & Plant Analysis 26(3-4): 317-328

Forms and methods of conservation of cattle breeds in the Ukraine. Zivocisna Vyroba 39(10): 853-864

Forms and plant-availability of sulfur in cattle and pig slurry. Zeitschrift fuer Pflanzenernaehrung und Bodenkunde 158(1): 113-116

Forms of Fe, Al and Mn compounds in some soils in Bulgaria. Nauka za Gorata 30(2): 62-71

Forms of acidity in some acid Inceptisols under different land use in Manipur. Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science 43(3): 338-342

Forms of contamination of the environment by radionuclides after the Tomsk accident (Russia, 1993). Journal of Environmental Radioactivity 27(2): 133-139

Forms of economic cooperation for farm businesses. Ergebnisse Landwirtschaftlicher Forschung an der Justus Liebig Universitat ( 22): 55-59

Forms of extractable aluminium in acid soils of Ulzama, Spain. Memorias del XI Congreso Latinoamericano de la Ciencia del Suelo y II Congreso Cubano de la Ciencia del Suelo Volumen 1: quimica, fisica y biologia de suelos, 11-17 Marzo 1990 La Habana, Cuba: 112-115

Forms of iron and their distribution in some Vertisols of Karnataka. Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science 43(3): 371-374

Forms of land use in the southern Westphalian mountains in prehistoric and historic times. Naturwissenschaften 80(3): 99-107

Forms of magnesium in soil as influenced by added magnesium sources under submerged conditions. Journal of Tropical Agriculture 31(2): 161-166

Forms of participation in systems development. Bericht Informationsmanagement in Agrar und Ernahrungswirtschaft, A ( 95/1): 49 pp.

Forms of peach with high resistance to leaf curl. Sadovodstvo i Vinogradarstvo ( 2): 7

Forms of phosphorus contributing to the P uptake by maize in Vertisol of Malaprabha Command Area. Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities 19(1): 1-3

Forms of phosphorus in soils of Para State. I. Medium textured yellow latosols of northeastern Bragantina. Boletim da Faculdade de Ciencias Agrarias do Para ( 21): 65-75

Forms of phosphorus in various soils treated with pig slurry and their changes with time. Agrochimica 38(5/6): 315-328

Forms of potassium and magnesium in soils of Rio Grande do Sul and their relationship with plant K and Mg contents and with Eucalyptus yield. Revista Brasileira de Ciencia do Solo 19(2): 165-171

Forms of potassium in soils of central alluvial region of Uttar Pradesh. Journal of Potassium Research 10(1): 23-31

Forms of potassium in some benchmark soils of India. Journal of Potassium Research 10(1): 1-11

Forms of potassium in tobacco growing soils of Andhra Pradesh. Tobacco Research 19(1): 24-28

Forms of resistance to sharka disease. Mitteilungen Klosterneuburg, Rebe und Wein, Obstbau und Fruchteverwertung 44(3): 108-109

Forms of rethinking. Latte 19(12): 1212-1214

Forms of soil phosphorus along a nutrient enrichment gradient in the northern Everglades. Soil Science 160(3): 183-198

Forms of soil potassium as influenced by long-term application of FYM and NPK in Vertisol. Journal of Potassium Research 10(1): 42-48

Forms of sulfur extracted from soils after different methods of sample preparation. Australian Journal of Soil Research 32(4): 823-834

Forms of white willow (Salix alba) distinguished by bark type. Nauka za Gorata 30(1): 8-15

Forms, fixation and release of potassium in soils of Nizamsagar catchment. Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences 28(3): 231-238

Forms, properties and dissolution of controlled-release nitrogenous fertilisers. Fertiliser News 40(4): 41-46

Formulating MAXMIN objectives in national forest planning models. Research Note Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( RM-518): 11 pp.

Formulating atoxigenic Aspergillus flavus for field release. Biocontrol Science & Technology 5(2): 175-184

Formulating complete life cycle supplements using ARIES, APOLLO, PEGASUS, or TAURUS. Computers in agriculture 1994: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference, Orlando, Florida, USA, 6-9 February, 1994: 232-237

Formulation and delivery of proteins and peptides. Formulation and delivery of proteins and peptides: xi + 364 pp.

Formulation and evaluation of a special diet for diabetes employing SPI as the principal source of protein. Report of the Soy Protein Research Committee Japan 15: 120-123

Formulation and insecticidal activity of petroleum oil fractions against the cowpea aphid, Aphis craccivora (Koch). Egyptian Journal of Agricultural Research 69(1): 297-305

Formulation and manufacture of some herbal antihemorrhoidal dosage forms. Acta Horticulturae ( 344): 529-537

Formulation and verification of a land surface parameterization for atmospheric models. Boundary Layer Meteorology 73(4): 321-341

Formulation of a beverage based on fruit and dried whey. Latte 20(2): 151-154

Formulation of balanced rations for dairy cows at pasture. Catedra de Administracion Rural ( 38): 1-15

Formulation of culture medium for growth of microbes from the sugar cane industry and use of cetyltrimethylammonium bromide as antimicrobial agent. Revista de Microbiologia 25(4): 261-269

Formulation of diets for dairy cows as a method of radiation protection during accidents. Veterinarski Glasnik 48(11/12): 1015-1019

Formulation of fish diets with reduced phosphorus content. Water Science & Technology 31(10): 167-173

Formulation of local agricultural development projects for the principal smallholder production systems in Chile. Recherches systeme en agriculture et developpement rural: Symposium international, Montpellier, France 21-25 novembre 1994 Communications: 98-103

Formulation of nuclear polyhedrosis virus of Spodoptera litura with boric acid. Indian Journal of Entomology 54(2): 202-206

Formulation of sprays to improve the efficacy of foliar fertilisers. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 24(1): 27-34

Formulation studies on Datura metel Linn. powder. 1. Effect of powder size on granule and compact properties. Phytotherapy Research 7(3): 257-259

Formulations against pests of peach trees. Zashchita Rastenii Moskva ( 5): 14

Formulations of sex attractant and trap designs for trapping carambola fruit borer, Eucosma notanthes Meyrick. Plant Protection Bulletin (Taichung) 36(1): 31-40

Forstmeister Kurt C. Loos - meritorious ornithologist and pioneer of nature and species conservation. Beitrage fur Forstwirtschaft und Landschaftsokologie 29(1): 41-42

Fortec 1300 grapple harvester. Field note: Processing Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada ( 15): 2 pp.

Fortification of bread with iron and amino acids. Egyptian Journal of Food Science 20(2): 197-209

Fortification of human milk: evaluation of a novel fortification scheme and of a new fortifier. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition 20(2): 162-172

Fortification of maize tortilla with alkali-treated chickpea flour. International Journal of Food Science & Technology 28(5): 505-511

Fortification of milk and yoghurt with iron. Alimentaria 32(260): 63-66

Fortification of salt with iron and iodine to control anaemia and goitre: development of a new formula with good stability and bioavailability of iron and iodine. Food and Nutrition Bulletin 15(1): 32-39

Forty years of almond and its rootstocks breeding. Acta Horticulturae ( 373): 29-33

Forty years of alternative management practices in second-growth, pole-size northern hardwoods. I. Tree quality development. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 25(7): 1173-1179

Forty years of alternative management practices in second-growth, pole-size northern hardwoods. II. Economic evaluation. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 25(7): 1180-1188

Forty years of hybrid maize breeding in Poland. Achievements and prospects. Biuletyn Instytutu Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roslin ( 191): 11-23

Forty-eight species of Agrypnus Eschscholtz including forty new additions from north-west India (Coleoptera: Elateridae). Journal of Entomological Research 16(2): 87-154

Fortyfifth Annual Report - Coffee Board Research Department. Fortyfifth Annual Report Coffee Board Research Department: iv + 355 pp.

Forum on forest history. Forstliche Forschungsberichte Munchen ( 137): 96 pp.

Forum on strategies for horticultural societies in the 1990's. Acta Horticulturae ( 299): 67 pp.

Forward and backward processes in bisexual models with fixed population sizes. Journal of Applied Probability 31(2): 309-332

Forward and reverse catalysis and product sequestration by human glutathione S-transferases in the reaction of GSH with dietary aralkyl isothiocyanates. Biochemical Journal 306: 565-569

Forward selection plots in breeding programmes with insect-pollinated tree species. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 23(1): 3-9

Fossil brood cells of solitary bees on Fuerteventura and Lanzarote, Canary Islands (Hymenoptera: Apoidea). Entomologische Berichten (Amsterdam). December; 5312: 161-173

Fossil in situ spores and pollen grains: an annotated catalogue. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 87(2/4): 81-323

Fossil preboreal soil on the dune sands in central Poland and its significance for the conception of rusty soils (Cambic Arenosols) genesis. Roczniki Gleboznawcze 44(SUPP): 27-39

Foul in the foot (interdigital necrobacillosis) in Danish dairy cows - frequency and possible risk factors. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 24(2): 73-82

Fouling and cleaning in milk processing. Heat induced changes in milk (Ed. 2): 364-395

Fouling and cleaning in pressure driven membrane processes. International Dairy Federation Special Issue ( 9504): 184 pp.

Fouling as an indicator of municipal pollution in the area of Rovinj (northeastern adriatic). Bollettino del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Venezia 43: 157-178

Fouling control during the operation of membrane filtration units (RO and UF). International Dairy Federation Special Issue ( 9504): 93-117

Fouling experiments of a plate heat exchanger by whey proteins solutions. Food and Bioproducts Processing 72(C3): 163-169

Fouling occurring in nanofiltration of dairy products. International Dairy Federation Special Issue ( 9504): 71-79

Fouling of heat exchangers by fresh and reconstituted milk and the influence of air bubbles. Milchwissenschaft 50(4): 189-193

Fouling of heat exchangers in relation to the serum protein concentration in milk. Milchwissenschaft 50(5): 257-260

Fouling of inorganic membranes in filtration processes of dairy products. International Dairy Federation Special Issue ( 9504): 53-70

Fouling of organic membranes during processing of dairy liquids. International Dairy Federation Special Issue ( 9504): 36-52

Foundation cell-size, super-size and honey production. South African Bee Journal 66(6): 130-135

Foundation for the Development and Improvement Fund for Agriculture. Amendments to the complementary regulations on investments in farms. Staatscourant ( 153): 8-9, 12

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Foundation of a national and regional cycleway. Dunakanyar 30(1/2): 48-52

Foundation of the caddisfly (Trichoptera) fauna of the Visegradi Mountains. Opuscula Zoologica Instituti Zoosystematici et Oecologici Universitatis Budapestinensis 24: 143-158

Foundations of agricultural market policy. Grundlagen der Agrarmarktpolitik ( 4): xxviii + 408 pp.

Fountain trees, fog water and cloud forests. Secheresse 5(4): 237-243

Four 'Summerland Crab' pollinizers. HortScience 30(5): 1108-1109

Four SINE-associated polymorphic bovine microsatellites (HEL23-HEL26). Animal Genetics 26(3): 206

Four cases of caecocolic intussusception in the horse and its surgical treatment by ileocolostomy. Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift 63(6): 197-200

Four cases of unusual crustacean-fish associations and comments on parasitic processes. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health. September; 63: 202-208

Four cyclopeptide alkaloids from Zizyphus lotus. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 38(3): 767-772

Four cyclopropane amino acids from Ephedra. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 40(2): 479-481

Four dibenzofuran phytoalexins from the sapwood of Mespilus germanica. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 39(5): 1039-1042

Four dwarf Caucasian alchemillas for the rock garden. New Plantsman 2(3): 185-189

Four euglobals from Eucalyptus blakelyi. Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin (Tokyo) 42(10): 2177-2179

Four flavonoids from Scutellaria baicalensis. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 35(2): 511-514

Four functional mammary glands in a goat. Veterinary Record 135(22): 532-532

Four interspecific germplasm lines (302-1, 302-3, 302-5, 302-20) of spring wheat with resistance to common root rot (Cochliobolus sativus) derived from Aegilops ovata. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 75(3): 693-694

Four isoprenoid-substituted flavonoids from Glycyrrhiza aspera. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 36(1): 233-236

Four maize cropping systems 1990 to 1993. Development and growth. Agrarforschung 2(9): 373-375

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Four maize cropping systems 1990 to 1993. The methods under comparison. Agrarforschung 2(9): 353-356

Four maize cropping systems 1990 to 1993. Yields with ground cover controlled mechanically or chemically. Agrarforschung 2(9): 376-379

Four methods for partial overstory removal in tropical forests in Mexico. Journal of Environmental Management 41(3): 237-243

Four models for determining environmental quality effects on recreational demand and regional economics. Ecological Economics Amsterdam 12(1): 55-65

Four new CII reference materials for the chemical analysis of plants: pine needles, oak leaves, barley-straw and apple-fruit. Optimization of plant nutrition: refereed papers from the Eighth International Colloquium for the Optimization of Plant Nutrition, 31 August 8 September 1992, Lisbon, Portugal: 31-35

Four new Dactylogyrus species (Monogenea: Dactylogyridae) from Iranian fishes. Folia Parasitologica (Ceske Budejovice): 422: 97-101

Four new alleles at the mannose-6-phosphate isomerase locus in rabbit. Animal Genetics 26(1): 37-38

Four new furans from the roots of Ligularia przewalskii. Journal of Natural Products (Lloydia) 57(1): 146-150

Four new herbicides for 1994. Cultivar Paris ( 355): 77-83

Four new metabolites of Aspergillus terreus. Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin 42(8): 1682-1684

Four new plant records for Sikkim. Journal of Economic & Taxonomic Botany 17(3): 555-556

Four new polyacetylenic glucosides, methyl beta -D-glucopyranosyl helianthenate C-F, from Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus L.). Bioscience, Biotechnology and Biochemistry 57(9): 1492-1498

Four new species and a new genus of Delphacidae from Southern Europe and Egypt (Homoptera, Fulgorodea). Mitteilungen der Schweizerischen Entomologischen Gesellschaft 67(3-4): 255-275

Four new species and one new record of the genus Pachylaelaps from China (Acari: Laelapidae). Acta Zootaxonomica Sinica, 164: 436-443

Four new species of Culicoides from Guangxi, China (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Contributions to blood sucking Diptera insects Vol II 1990: 39-45

Four new species of Culicoides in Cona, Xizang, China (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Contributions to blood sucking Diptera insects Vol II 1990: 19-26

Four new species of Engelhardia (Juglandaceae) from Borneo. Sandakania ( 3): 1-9

Four new species of Phaonia from Sichuan, China (Diptera: Muscidae). Acta Zootaxonomica Sinica 19(2): 217-222

Four new species of Pseudocercospora. Mycosystema 7: 119-127

Four new species of Sporobolus R. Br. (Poaceae, Chloridoideae) from Brazil. Iheringia, Serie Botanica ( 44): 33-44

Four new species of Zygia (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae). Kew Bulletin 49(3): 547-554

Four new species of blood-sucking midges from Xinjiang, China. Contributions to blood sucking Diptera insects Vol II 1990: 46-52

Four new species of genus Brachypogon from western area of Sichuan Province, China. Contributions to blood sucking Diptera insects Vol III: 1993; 30-41

Four new species of ironbark (Eucalyptus L.Herit., Myrtaceae) from southern Queensland. Austrobaileya 4(2): 187-194

Four new species of neotropical Dichapetalaceae. Kew Bulletin 49(1): 129-136

Four new species of phytoseiid mites (Acari: Phytoseiidae). Acta Zootaxonomica Sinica 20(3): 299-305

Four new species of the genus Ledra (Homoptera: Ledridae). Acta Zootaxonomica Sinica 19(2): 195-201

Four new species of the genus Paraxonchium (Nematoda, Dorylaimida), with a review of the subfamily Paraxonchiinae. Afro Asian Journal of Nematology 4(2): 165-176

Four new species of the genus Phaonia from Guizhou, China (Diptera: Muscidae). Acta Entomologica Sinica 37(2): 220-224

Four new synonyms for names in the dipteran family Sepsidae (Diptera). Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 72(1): 248-249

Four new taxanes from the roots of Taxus yunnanensis. Journal of Natural Products (Lloydia) 58(8): 1153-1159

Four new tropical lowland downy mildew resistant maize populations . Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter (68): 10-11

Four new trypanosomes (Protozoa: Trypanosomatidae) in the blood of a Malaysian frog, Rana blythi (Amphibia: Ranidae). Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 42(3): 539-550

Four novel teloaneuploids of Plantago lagopus L. Journal Of Heredity. 86(3): 243-245

Four ornamentals released from peach breeding program. Arkansas Farm Research 43(2): 12-13

Four patients with pseudotumorous ascariasis. Tropical Doctor 24(3): 123-123

Four polymorphic markers on rat chromosome 12 form a single linkage group. Biochemical Genetics 31(9-10): 441-448

Four publications with a veterinary content by Wenzel Krimer (1795-1834). Tierarztliche Umschau 48(2): 89-91

Four putative, glyoxysome membrane proteins are instead immunologically-related protein body membrane proteins. Plant Science (Limerick) 106(2): 215-226

Four sesquiterpenes from the insecticidal plant Celastrus angulatus. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 40(3): 841-846

Four species of Pelargonium, section Hoarea (Geraniaceae) and their possible relationships. South African Journal of Botany 61(2): 90-100

Four sweeteners are better than one. Revue Laitiere Francaise ( 538): 25

Four vaccination schedules against porcine parvovirus and their clinical efficacy in practice. Tierarztliche Umschau 50(9): 574-576, 579-582

Four years of experiments on a new fungicide against Plasmopara viticola. Informatore Agrario 50(19): 63-67

Four-day-old bovine corpus luteum: progesterone production and identification of matrix metalloproteinase activity in vitro. Biology of Reproduction 53(5): 1160-1168

Four-laboratory validation study of the determination of chloramphenicol in veal calf urine. Journal of Aoac International 78(2): 483-491

Four-legged mites (Acariformes, Tetrapodili) on bamboos in Georgia. Vestnik Leningradskogo Universiteta Seriya 3, Biologiya 1994(1): 33-38

Four-year surveillance after malaria being basically eradicated in Shanghai. Chinese Journal of Parasitic Disease Control 6(2): 84-86

Fourier transform Raman spectroscopy of kaolinite, dickite and halloysite. Clays and Clay Minerals 43(2): 191-195

Fourier-based separation technique for shape grading of potatoes using machine vision. Transactions of the ASAE 38(3): 949-957

Fourier-transform infrared spectra of human malarial parasites Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax in aqueous solution. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 33(7): 524-528

Fourteen anonymous DNA markers of laboratory rats identified with arbitrarily primed polymerase chain reaction (AP-PCR). Experimental Animals 44(2): 119-125

Fourth Scientific Conference of the Spanish Society of Applied Entomology, Puerto de la Cruz, 8-13 November 1993. 4th Jornadas Cientificas de la Sociedad Espanola de Entomologia Aplicada, Puerto de la Cruz, 8-13 Noviembre 1993: 152 pp.

Fourth contribution to the knowledge of the Rhopalocera from eastern Sicily (Lepidoptera). Bollettino della Societa Entomologica Italiana 126(2): 171-185

Fourth international mango symposium. Acta Horticulturae ( 341): 549 pp.

Fourwing saltbush - a forage shrub for arid highland Balochistan. Progressive Farming 14(1): 25-29

Fourwing saltbush as a winter forage for sheep in upland Balochistan. Productive use of saline land: Proceedings of a Workshop held at Perth, Western Australia, 10-14 May 1991: 75-78

Fourwing saltbush seedling survival using saline irrigation. Arid Soil Research & Rehabilitation 7(3): 243-251

Fowl genetic resources in Russia. Ptitsevodstvo ( 5): 12-15

Foxes should eat the voles. Forst und Holz 48(2): 45-46

Foxtail meadows in some of the river valleys of the Zamosc region. Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych 412: 179-183

Fractal approach to measuring roughness of geomembranes. Journal of Geotechnical Engineering 121(5): 442-446

Fractal description of temporal yield variability of 10 crops in the United States. Agronomy Journal 87(2): 152-156

Fractal dimension estimates of a fragmented landscape: sources of variability. Landscape Ecology 9(4): 279-286

Fractal dimension of exon and intron sequences. Journal of Theoretical Biology 175(1): 23-26

Fractal dimension of paddy soil strength for Jiangsu Province. Transactions of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Machinery 26(2): 10-15

Fractal dimension of surface-connected macropore count-size distributions. Soil Science 159(2): 105-108

Fractal geometry in soil physics. Scientia Agricola 50(2): 321-325

Fractal geometry of diffuse mycelia and rhizomorphs of Armillaria species. Mycological Research 99(1): 81-88

Fractal model of the visco-elastic properties of fibrous materials. Izvestiya Sankt Peterburgskoi Lesotekhnicheskoi Akademii: 152-160

Fractal modelling of soil structures. Comptes Rendus de l'Academie d'Agriculture de France 80(6): 21-39

Fractal on the vertical section form of tree crowns. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 76(3): 242-248

Fractal parameters of pore surface area as influenced by simulated soil degradation. Soil Science Society Of America Journal. 59(1): 68-75

Fractal properties of the RBC biofilm structure. Water Science & Technology 29(10-11): 271-279

Fractional composition of organic matter in the soil of anthills and of the environment of meadows. Pedobiologia 38(6): 493-501

Fractional composition of the phytomass of oak seedlings in conditions of soil drought. Lesovedenie ( 1): 71-76

Fractional index of nitrogen availability for aerated soils. Acta Agriculturae Universitatis Pekinensis 19(4): 42-47

Fractional licenses: an alternative to license buy-backs. Land Economics 71(1): 141-143

Fractional outflow of soybean meal from the rumen, water intake and ruminal fermentation pattern in sheep and goats at different seasons and age groups. Small Ruminant Research 17(2): 137-143

Fractional partitioning for assessing solid-phase speciation and geochemical transformations of soil selenium. Soil Science 160(1): 43-55

Fractionation and characterization of anticomplementary and mitogenic substances from Panax ginseng extract G-115. Phytotherapy Research 9(4): 264-269

Fractionation and composition of the carbohydrates of leaf vegetables. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 29(3): 288-290

Fractionation of Leucaena seed-kernel proteins based on their solubility characteristics. Food Chemistry 48(2): 173-177

Fractionation of caesium (137Cs) in coniferous forest soil in central Sweden. Science of the Total Environment 170(3): 221-228

Fractionation of different types of barley by roller milling and sieving. Journal of Cereal Science 19(2): 179-184

Fractionation of extracellular matrix components from urediospore germlings of Uromyces. Mycologia 86(6): 787-794

Fractionation of fulvic acids: characteristics and complexation with copper. Environmental Pollution 87(2): 181-187

Fractionation of micronutrients in selected soils from Saudi Arabia. Arab Gulf Journal of Scientific Research 13(1): 93-107

Fractionation of milk fat - processes used and properties of fractions - a review. Indian Journal of Dairy Science 48(1): 1-11

Fractionation of nitrogen isotopes by mixed ruminal bacteria. Journal of Animal Science 73(1): 257-266

Fractionation of organic phosphorus in four soil orders of Costa Rica. Agronomia Costarricense 16(2): 195-201

Fractionation of residual cadmium, copper, nickel, lead, and zinc in previously sludge-amended soil. Communications in Soil Science & Plant Analysis 26(13-14): 2193-2204

Fractionation of residual phosphorus in a highly weathered sludge-treated soil: organic phosphorus. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 26(15/16): 2639-2653

Fractionation of soil humic substances by electrophoresis in polyacrylamide gel in the presence of denaturing agents. Eurasian Soil Science 26(9): 104-109

Fractionation of soil organic matter with supercritical freon. McFee, W W [Editor], Kelly, J M [Editor] Carbon forms and functions in forest soils 33-41

Fractionation of soil selenium with relation to Se availability to plants. Pedosphere 4(3): 209-216

Fractionation of soy protein hydrolysates using ultrafiltration membranes. Journal of Food Science 57(2): 411-413

Fractionation of the organic matter and analysis of the humic components of humic calcimagnesian soils of the Jura (France). Geoderma 61(3/4): 269-280

Fractionation of the triacylglycerols of lipase-modified butter oil. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 70(12): 1203-1207

Fractionation of vegetable crop residues in relation to in situ N mineralization. European Journal of Agronomy 3(4): 267-272

Fractionation of volatiles from blackcurrant (Ribes nigrum L.) by different extractive methods. Food Chemistry 54(1): 73-77

Fractionation of wood tar. Advances in thermochemical biomass conversion Volume 2 Edited and reviewed papers from an International conference held in Interlaken, Switzerland, 11-15 May, 1992: 1465-1474

Fractionation of zinc in greenhouse soils. Soil Science & Plant Nutrition 39(3): 507-515

Fractions of humified organic matter and their role in the formation of Spodosols and Inceptisols/Entisols in subarctic Greenland. SP Rapport ( 20): 13-20

Fracture association sarcoma in the cat. Journal of Small Animal Practice 36(3): 124-126

Fracture criteria under combined fracture mode I. Bending fractures of notched wooden beams with glue lines. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 41(3): 256-260

Fracture energy of spruce wood after different drying procedures. Wood and Fiber Science 26(4): 467-478

Fracture energy, critical strain energy release rate and fracture toughness of spruce in tension perpendicular to grain. Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 52(6): 361-370

Fracture energy: a novel concept for determining strength of notched beams. Ciencia e Investigacion Forestal 7(2): 299-312

Fracture of the accessory carpal lateral articular prominence in a racing greyhound. Australian Veterinary Practitioner 24(2): 70-73

Fracture surgery in small animals. I. Intramedullar pins, cerclage and tension band wire. Kisallatvorvoslas 1(1): 5-10

Fracture toughness and acoustic emission characteristics of wood II. Effects of grain angle. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 38(4): 342-349

Fracture toughness of wood in bending and acoustic emission properties. Tokyo Noko Daigaku Nogakuba Enshurin Hokoku = Bulletin of the Experiment Forests, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology (30): 11-19

Fractures in dromedary (Camelus dromedarius). A retrospective study. Journal of Camel Practice and Research 1(1): 9-16

Fragaria germplasm at the Canadian Clonal Genebank. Acta Horticulturae ( 348): 102-108

Fragaria resistance to spider mites at three locations in the United States. Hortscience 30(5): 1068-1069

Fragaria virginiana and F. viridis on the southern coast of Finland. Annales Botanici Fennici 32(1): 29-33

Fragile East African highlands: a development vision for smallholder farmers in the Ethiopian highlands. Outlook on Agriculture 24(2): 111-116

Fragile lands: identification and use for agriculture. Agriculture, environment, and health: sustainable development in the 21st century: 104-145

Fragipan genesis in polygenetic soils on the Springfield Plateau of Missouri. Soil Science Society of America journal 59(1): 151-160

Fragipans in Pennsylvania soils. Soil Survey Horizons 36(1): 5-20

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Fragrance chemotypes of Platanthera (Orchidaceae) - the result of adaptation to pollinating moths?. Nordic Journal of Botany 13(6): 607-613

Fragrance compounds and essential oils with sedative effects upon inhalation. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 82(6): 660-664

Fragrance quality and potential of indigenous shrubs from the Serras de Aire e Candeeiros, Portugal. Silva Lusitana 2(2): 193-206

Fragrant sesquiterpenes from agarwood. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 33(5): 1147-1155

Frameless trees are a subject for discussion. Fruitteelt Den Haag 84(44): 16-17

Frameshift mutations in the v-src gene of avian sarcoma virus act in cis to specifically reduce v-src mRNA levels. Molecular and Cellular Biology 14(3): 1835-1844

Framework For evaluation of Sustainable Land Management; case studies of two rainfed cereal-livestock land use systems in Canada. 15th World Congress of Soil Science, Acapulco, Mexico, 10-16, July, 1994 Transactions, Volume 6a: Commission V: symposia: 410-421

Framework for assessing effects of global climate change on mangrove ecosystems. Bulletin of Marine Science 54(3): 1045-1058

Framing the question on community. Social Action New Delhi 45(1): 24-33

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France - a great dairy nation. NMI ( 3): 76-79

France compared with Northern Europe. Revue Laitiere Francaise ( 529): 14-15

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France: restructuring in progress. Revue Laitiere Francaise ( 524): 15-17

France: strategies in milk production and evolution of consumption. Mondo del Latte 49(4): 283-286

Frankia infective capacity is enhanced in a Betula nigra plantation soil. Forestry Research Report Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Illinois ( 90-1): 7 pp.

Franklin Kidd, Charles West and F.F. Blackman: the start of modern postharvest physiology. Postharvest Biology and Technology 5(1/2): 1-10

Frankliniella occidentalis (Pergande). Ochrana Rostlin 30(1): 85-86

Frankliniella occidentalis (Pergande, 1895) - new pest in glasshouses in Yugoslavia. Zastita Bilja, 421: 69-72

Frankliniella occidentalis (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) landing and resistance to tomato spotted wilt tospovirus among Lycopersicon accessions with additional comments on Thrips tabaci (Thyansoptera: Thripidae) and Trialeurodes vaporariorum (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae). Environmental Entomology 24(3): 513-520

Frankliniella occidentalis spreads virus-infected pollen. TASPO Gartenbaumagazin 3(4): 23-24

Frankliniella on rose: the efficacy of some insecticides. Colture Protette 22(4): 83-85

Fraser fir seedling gas exchange and growth in response to elevated CO2. Environmental and Experimental Botany 32(4): 351-356

Frassy substrates as oviposition/breeding sites for drosophilids. Virginia Journal of Science 46(1): 11-23

Frederick charles bawden: plant pathologist and pioneer in plant virus research. Annual Review of Phytopathology 32: 39-47

Free aluminium and aluminium complexation capacity of natural organic matter in acidic forest soil solutions from Canterbury, New Zealand . Australian Journal of Soil Research 33(4): 611-620

Free amino acid and protein nitrogen in the pistachio (Pistacia vera L. cv. Kerman): developing kernel. Advances in Horticultural Science 8(2): 115-124

Free amino acid and protein titers in Anthonomus grandis larvae venomized by Bracon mellitor. Entomophaga 38(4): 519-525

Free amino acid composition of coconut (Cocos nucifera L.) calli under somatic embryogenesis induction conditions. Journal of Plant Physiology 146(1/2): 155-161

Free amino acids and oxidative enzymes in infested roots of tomato genotypes resistant and susceptible to Meloidogyne incognita. Nematologia Mediterranea 22(2): 179-183

Free amino acids and some enzymatic activities in musts of ripe grapes. Statistical analyses of the varietal effect. Sciences des Aliments 13(3): 443-462

Free amino acids as indicators of little leaf in zinc deficiency in the pistachio (Pistacia vera L. cultivar 'Kerman'). Scientia Horticulturae 60(3-4): 221-233

Free amino acids can replace protein-bound amino acids in test diets for studies in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Journal of Nutrition 125(4): 956-963

Free amino acids in plasma and muscle of high yielding dairy cows in early lactation. Journal of Dairy Science 78(5): 1131-1141

Free amino acids in wild-caught Phlebotomus perniciosus and P. perfiliewi (Diptera: Psychodidae). Parassitologia 34(1-3): 123-129

Free and conjugated indole-3-acetic acid in developing seeds of Sechium edule Sw. Journal of Plant Physiology 145(5-6): 736-740

Free carnitine concentrations in plasma of premature infants. Cocuk Saglig ve Hastalklar Dergisi 37(2): 135-138

Free choice feeding (whole cereal grains + pelleted complementary feed) of broilers in a hot climate. Revue d' Elevage et de Medecine Veterinaire des Pays Tropicaux 47(3): 319-327

Free choice feeding (whole-grain maize + complementary pellet concentrate + oyster shells) of pullets and laying hens in a hot climate. Revue d' Elevage et de Medecine Veterinaire des Pays Tropicaux 48(1): 67-76

Free estradiol in serum and brain uptake of estradiol during fetal and neonatal sexual differentiation in female rats. Biology of Reproduction 53(5): 1198-1207

Free fatty acid contents in developing seed of three summer rape cultivars in Ontario. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 75(1): 111-116

Free fatty acid levels in Ontario-grown summer rape cultivars. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 75(3): 589-593

Free fatty acids in animal nutrition. Archives of Animal Nutrition 46(3): 217-236

Free fatty acids in milk and cream and their effect in dahi and butter. Indian Journal of Dairy and Biosciences 4: 19-22

Free flavonoid aglycones from Thymus herba barona and its monoterpenoid chemotypes. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 40(1): 115-120

Free flight of Lambornella clarki-infected, blood-fed, and gravid Aedes sierrensis (Diptera: Culicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology 32(4): 407-412

Free haemocytes in Spilosomia obliqua Wlk. (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae). Indian Journal of Entomology 54(1): 73-79

Free ion concentrations in receptor lymph and role of transepithelial voltage in the fly labellar taste receptor. Journal of comparative physiology A Sensory neural and behavioral physiology77(2): 123-133

Free market environmentalism: for; Against. Ag Bioethics Forum 6(2): 2-7

Free markets & food riots: the politics of global adjustment. Free markets and food riots: the politics of global adjustment: vi + 387 pp.

Free or silica-bound oligokappa-carrageenans elicit laminarinase activity in Rubus cells and protoplasts. Plant Science (Limerick) 110(1): 27-35

Free phosphine in the void space of food commodities during phosphine fumigation. Lebensmittel-Wissenschaft & Technologie 26(5): 447-449

Free proline accumulation in wheat seedlings influenced by Fusarium culmorum infection and the pathogen metabolite deoxynivalenol. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 16(2): 111-116

Free radical activity and loss of viability during drying of desiccation-sensitive tree seeds. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Section B (Biological Sciences) 102(0): 257-260, 1993 ( )

Free radical processes and loss of seed viability during desiccation in the recalcitrant species Quercus robur L. New Phytologist 122(2): 273-279

Free radical reactions involving coffee. Food Chemistry 51(4): 399-403

Free radicals and antioxidants in food and in vivo: what they do and how they work. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 35(1-2): 7-20

Free radicals and antioxidants: a personal view. Nutrition Reviews 52(8 Pt 1): 253-265

Free radicals and prooxidants in health and nutrition. Food Technology Chicago 48(5): 106-111

Free radicals and trace elements in muscle disorders and sport. Trace elements and free radicals in oxidative diseases: 241-248

Free radicals content in grains of barley mutant tweaky spike and normal type. Biologija ( 1): 17-20

Free radicals, exercise, and antioxidant supplementation. International Journal of Sport Nutrition 4(3): 205-220

Free thyroxine and thyroxine in serum of dairy cows with different iodine supply after thiocyanate exposure from 00 rapeseed oilmeal. Mengen und Spurenelemente 14 Arbeitstagung, Jena 25/26 November 1994: 628-636

Free trade and the environment in Central Europe. European Environment 5(2): 52-57

Free trade is green, protectionism is not. Conservation Biology 8(4): 989-996

Free-air CO2 enrichment effects on soil carbon and nitrogen. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 70(1/4): 103-116

Free-air carbon dioxide enrichment of cotton: root morphological characteristics. Journal of Environmental Quality 24(4): 678-683

Free-free beam vibration of wood with moisture gradients I. Analyses of the apparent Young's modulus obtained by fundamental mode applying theoretical method. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 38(9): 825-829

Free-free beam vibration of wood with moisture gradients III. Changes in displacement curve of beam at resonance frequencies. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 38(11): 1063-1065

Free-free beam vibrations of wood with characteristic distributions along the length. Relationships between the distributions of the vapor phase acylation with maleic anhydride along the lengths of the beams and the natural frequencies. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 39(12): 1349-1355

Free-free beam vibrations of wood with moisture gradients IV. Simulations of changes in natural frequencies during moisture absorption using a three-dimensional diffusion model. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 39(4): 382-388

Free-living and associative diazotrophs in the rhizocoenosis of tea. Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii ( 2): 95-102

Free-living ciliates in CSF of a patient with meningoencephalitis: a contaminant?. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health 25(1): 212-214

Free-living nematodes recovered from sewage disposal sites at the Rybinsk water reservoir, Borok, Russia. Russian Journal of Nematology 3(2): 81-84

Free-swell behaviour of homoionized bentonites. Clay Research 2(1): 13-18

Freedom to change - the Chivi experience. Waterlines 13(4): 23-25

Freeing the channels - farmer-managed water supply. Waterlines 13(4): 2-5

Freeman maple - illusion and truth. Journal of Arboriculture 19(4): 195-199

Freemartinism among singleton bovine females born from multiple embryo transfer. Theriogenology 5, 44(2): 295-306

Freer imports make beef prices sink. DLG Mitteilungen Agrar Inform 108(7): 55-57

Freesia leaf necrosis: some of its mysteries revealed. Acta Horticulturae ( 377): 311-318

Freezability and fertility results with uncentrifuged stallion semen. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 35(4): 377-382

Freeze avoidance in green and white asparagus spears. Scientia Horticulturae (Amsterdam) 59(1): 1-9

Freeze dried starters of bifidobacteria. Molochnaya Promyshlennost' ( 3): 23-24

Freeze drying versus oven drying of tree legumes effect on fiber and N concentrations and in vitro digestibility. Sustainable animal production and the environment Proceedings of the 7th AAAP Animal Science Congress, Bali, Indonesia, 11-16 July, 1994 Volume 2: contributed papers: 315-316

Freeze fracture of membranes at the interface between vegetative and generative cells in Amaryllis pollen. International Journal of Plant Sciences 155(5): 538-544

Freeze preservation of gladiolus pollen. Euphytica 80(1-2): 105-109

Freeze tolerance adaptations in the centipede, Lithobius forficatus. Journal of Experimental Zoology 268(5): 347-353

Freeze tolerance in hermit flower beetle (Osmoderma eremicola) larvae. Journal of Insect Physiology 39(9): 737-742

Freeze-dry fats. Dairy Industries International 60(10): 39

Freeze-drying effects on wet and dry soil aggregate stability. Soil Science Society Of America Journal. 59(1): 218-223

Freeze-drying techniques for preserving aphids (Homoptera, Aphidoidea). Entomologica Fennica 5(2): 105-113

Freeze-fracture characterization of the cuticle of adult and dauer forms of Caenorhabditis elegans. Parasitology Research 80(1): 53-57

Freeze-fracturing for low-temperature scanning electron microscopy of Hartig net in synthesized Picea abies - Hebeloma crustuliniforme and - Tricholoma vaccinum ectomycorrhizas. New Phytologist 123(1): 123-132

Freeze-induced changes in carbohydrates associated with hardiness of barley and rye. Crop Science 35(2): 496-502

Freeze-resistant Trichinella (Trichinella nativa) established on the Scandinavian peninsula. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 36(1): 149-151

Freeze-storage of starters for buffalo milk Mozzarella cheese manufacture. Latte 18(6): 666-673

Freeze-thaw injury is enhanced by post-thaw leaching in water. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 74(2): 357-367

Freezing and transfer of bovine embryos. Znanost i Praksa u Poljoprivredi i Prehrambenoj Tehnologiji 24(1): 204-208

Freezing injuries and their protection of young plantation of sugi (Cryptomeria japonica) and hinoki (Chamaecyparis obtusa) trees in Kyushu district. Bulletin of the Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Ibaraki ( 364): 1-50

Freezing of buffalo semen in different dilutors with different concentrations of glycerol and different sugars in absence of yolk. Indian Journal of Dairy Science 47(8): 635-639

Freezing of rabbit semen. Cuniculture Paris ( 123): 101-102

Freezing of stallion semen. Effect of semen collection technique, centrifugation, storage method and freezing method on sperm motility and membrane integrity. Tiefgefrierkonservierung von Pferdesperma: Einfluss der Samenentnahmungstechnik, Zentrifugation, Konfektionierungsform und Einfriermethode auf die Motilitat und Membranintegritat der Samenzellen: 143 pp.

Freezing of whey. Chevre ( 206): 41-42

Freezing of whey protein concentrate solutions and its effect on protein functionality indicators. International Dairy Journal 5(6): 533-541

Freezing sensitivity of bovine blastocysts derived from oocytes matured, fertilized and cultured in vitro. Journal of Reproduction & Development 38(6): J49-J54

Freezing tolerance and carbohydrate content of low-temperature-acclimated and nonacclimated centipedegrass. Crop Science 33(5): 1051-1055

French Guiana. Dossiers de Foresterie Internationale ( 1): 48 pp.

French Guiana must be recognized as an endemic area of Leishmania (Viannia) braziliensis in South America. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 89(4): 372

French agriculture. 1994 edition. Chambres d' Agriculture ( 825): 64 pp.

French agriculture: trends and policies. Agribusiness New York 11(5): 447-462

French bean varieties grown as a main crop. Mededeling Provinciaal Onderzoek en Voorlichtingscentrum voor Land en Tuinbouw, Beitem Roeselare ( 347): 4 pp.

French beef farms facing CAP reform: between occupying the land and an economic performance. Chambres d' Agriculture ( 831 (supplement)): 25-36

French connections. Leisure Management 15(11): 33-35

French equipment manufacturers and their foreign competitors. Revue Laitiere Francaise ( 521): 34, 36

French farm results: comparison with those of other EU countries. Chambres d' Agriculture ( 831 (supplement)): 10-16

French farmers. Chambres d' Agriculture ( 828, Supplement): 28 pp.

French farmers with financial difficulties facing CAP reform. Comptes Rendus de l' Academie d' Agriculture de France 80(5): 157-176

French farming results for 1993: analysis of diversity. Chambres d' Agriculture ( 831 (supplement)): 4-9

French forests and the increase in the greenhouse effect. Revue Forestiere Francaise 46(3): 201-222

French ice cream still in detente, as foreign firms heat up market. Quick Frozen Foods International 36(4): 30...38

French imports of tropical and citrus fruits in 1991. Fruits Paris 47(2): 349-373

French technology advances English dairy. Dairy Industries International 60(1): 35

French trade in rabbits: the balance for the first six months. Cuniculture Paris ( 120): 280-282

Frentes de trabalho: potentials and limitations of large scale labour employment for soil and water conservation in Cape Verde. Land Degradation and Rehabilitation 4(2): 73-85

Frequencies of PrP gene variants in healthy cattle and cattle with BSE in Scotland. Veterinary Record 135(17): 400-403

Frequencies of mitochondrial DNA haplotypes in laboratory cage populations of the mosquito, Aedes albopictus. Genetics 132(1): 205-209

Frequencies of opportunistic diseases prior to death among HIV-infected persons. AIDS (Philadelphia) 9(10): 1145-1151

Frequencies of synonymous substitutions in mammals are gene-specific and correlated with frequencies of nonsynonymous substitutions. Journal of Molecular Evolution 40.1

Frequency analysis of Upper Cauvery flood data by L-moments. Water Resources Management 8(3): 183-201

Frequency and characteristics of zygotic seedlings from polyembryonic mango cultivars, determined using isozymes as genetic markers. Acta Horticulturae ( 341): 78-85

Frequency and consequences of multi-parental pollinations in a population of Cypripedium calceolus var. pubescens (Orchidaceae). Lindleyana 9(3): 161-167

Frequency and distribution of haemolysins of Staphylococcus aureus isolated from bovine mastitic milk in Ireland. Irish Veterinary Journal 47(2): 53-57

Frequency and distribution of lesions in the anterior mesenteric artery and its branches in equids naturally infected with Strongylus vulgaris, from Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil. Parasitologia al Dia 18(3/4): 114-117

Frequency and distribution of physiological races of Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. melonis in Italy. Petria 4(2): 103-109

Frequency and distribution of wood rays in several conifers. Feddes Repertorium 104(1-2): 17-25

Frequency and diversity of antibiotic production by putative Erwinia herbicola strains. Journal of Applied Bacteriology 76(6): 603-607

Frequency and effects of liver lesions in meat pigs. Praktische Tierarzt 75(11): 999...1006

Frequency and geographical distribution of alleles for trypsin inhibitor in seed protein of soybean germplasms in China. Oil Crops of China 16(4): 32-35

Frequency and prevalence of Fasciola hepatica in Lagos region, Rio de Janeiro. Parasitologia al Dia 19(1/2): 69-71

Frequency and significance of drug resistance in vulvovaginal candidiasis. Gynecologic and Obstetric Investigation 38(2): 130-133

Frequency characteristics of the sensitivity of honey bee larvae to electric current. Biofizika 38(1): 192-193

Frequency distribution model for developing times of various instars of mosquito larval population. Chinese Journal of Parasitic Disease Control 5(2): 132-133

Frequency distribution of pigeonpea seeds. Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences 27(3): 281-284

Frequency distribution of rainfall in southeast Poland. Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczej im Hugona Koataja w Krakowie, Sesja Naukowa 35( 2): 125-131

Frequency estimation for hydrological samples with zero values. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 121(1): 98-108

Frequency of Drive (quinclorac) treatments on common bermudagrass tolerance and on large crabgrass control. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 13(2): 104-108

Frequency of Entamoeba gingivalis among periodontal patients under chemotherapy. Journal of the Egyptian Society of Parasitology 24(3): 649-655

Frequency of Oestrus ovis (oestrosis) in slaughtered goats at Altamirano, Guerrero. Veterinaria Mexico 23(1): 73-74

Frequency of Trichophyton rubrum in tinea capitis. Mycoses 38(1-2): 1-7

Frequency of detection of exogenous DNA 7, 14, and 21 days after microinjection of bovine zygotes. Animal Biotechnology 6(1): 15-25

Frequency of diminazene-resistant trypanosomes in populations of Trypanosoma congolense arising in infected animals following treatment with diminazene aceturate. Antimicrobial Agents and ChemoTherapy 39(5): 1107-1113

Frequency of giardiasis in some species of domestic animals from Villa Clara province, Cuba. Veterinaria Mexico 25(4): 337-340

Frequency of interferon-alpha-secreting blood leukocytes in irradiated and bone-marrow-grafted pigs. Veterinary Research 26(4): 292-299

Frequency of intestinal parasites and bacteria causing diarrhoea in children at a district hospital. Revista Latinoamericana de Microbiologia 35(2): 137-142

Frequency of irrigation for subsurface drip-irrigated corn. Transactions of the ASAE 37(4): 1099-1103

Frequency of isolates of coagulase negative and positive Staphylococcus in sub-clinical bovine mastitis and its influence on milk yield. Arquivos da Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro 15(2): 187-192

Frequency of isolation of Campylobacters and salmonellae from live broilers reared by contract farmers in Trinidad. Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa 42(3): 167-172

Frequency of micronuclei in lymphocytes from a group of floriculturists exposed to pesticides. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 40(2-3): 405-411

Frequency of pathological and immature spermatozoa in the ejaculates of boars. Sbornik Vysoke Skoly Zemedelske v Praze, Fakulta Agronomicka Rada B, Zivocisna Vyroba (55): 99-104

Frequency of plant growth regulator and mowing treatments: effects on injury and suppression of centipedegrass. Agronomy Journal 85(2): 276-280

Frequency of plant parasitic nematodes in China orange (Citrus microcarpa L.) Bunge and their control. Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research 37(5): 208-210

Frequency of plants in populations of alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) resistant to pre- and post-emergence damping-off incited by AG 4 isolates of Rhizoctonia solani. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 102(1): 51-57

Frequency of plants in populations of annual and perennial medics (Medicago spp.) that were resistant to damping-off incited by AG 4 isolates of Rhizoctonia solani. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 102(4): 392-398

Frequency of post-emergence harrowing effects wild oat control and spring wheat yield. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 75(1): 163-165

Frequency of quinclorac treatments on bermudagrass tolerance and large crabgrass control. Journal of Turfgrass Management 1(1): 49-59

Frequency of recovery of myxomycetes from soils of the northern United States. Canadian Journal of Botany 72(6): 771-778

Frequency of subclinical mastitis and observations on somatic cell counts in ewes' milk in northern Greece. Animal Science 61(1): 69-76

Frequency of the w16 BoLA antigen in cows with mastitis. Genetika Moskva 29(10): 1681-1684

Frequency of virulence alleles in Erysiphe graminis f.sp. hordei population. Zastita Bilja 45(3): 179-185

Frequency, severity and etiology of the root-knot disease of tobacco in Perez Zeledon. Agronomia Costarricense 16(1): 77-81

Frequency-dependent disease transmission and the dynamics of the Silene-Ustilago host-pathogen system. American Naturalist 145(1): 43-62

Frequency-dependent host selection by parasitic mites: a model and a case study. Oecologia (Berlin). May; 1022: 138-145

Frequency-dependent selection in a wild plant-pathogen system. Oecologia 102(4): 490-493

Frequent diseases in budgerigars.. Kisallatvorvoslas 1(2): 36-41

Frequent occurrence of IgE and IgG4 antibodies against saliva of Aedes communis and Aedes aegypti mosquitoes in children. International Archives of Allergy and Immunology 104(4): 366-371

Fresh Mozzarella and Pasta Filata cheeses. More protection with the furosine legislation. Latte 19(5): 486-489

Fresh and soft cheeses and their differentiation: lactic microflora. Latte 18(7): 776-780

Fresh cheese purchasing patterns in Zaragoza. Revista Espanola de Lecheria ( 38): 11-12

Fresh cheeses and their technology. Part 2. Latte 18(2): 166-173

Fresh fruit consumption in Japan. Agribusiness New York 10(6): 513-520

Fresh fruits and vegetables ready to use: group 4. Industries Alimentaires et Agricoles 108(6): 463-468

Fresh market tomato characteristics preferred by supermarket produce buyers. Acta Horticulturae ( 391): 183-190

Fresh milk: logistics and information for aiming higher. Latte 18(12): 1244-1252

Fresh or UHT? Gallup say we can't tell the difference. Milk Industry London 96(12): 28-29

Fresh products - yoghurt, fermented milks, quarg and fresh cheese. Mljekarstvo 44(4): 285-298

Fresh soft cheese: new installations and technology. Latte 18(10): 1032-1036

Fresh start. Dairy Field 177(6): 30-34

Fresh-water algae occurred in paddy rice fields. VI. Ecology of suspensible green algae and soil-flakes and their chemical control. Korean Journal of Weed Science 13(2): 96-103

Fresh-water algae occurring in paddy rice fields. V. Fertilizer response and chemical control. Korean Journal of Weed Science 13(1): 1-6

Freshwater amphipods as biomonitors of metal pollution in surface and interstitial aquatic systems. Freshwater Biology 33(1): 127-137

Freshwater biomonitoring and benthic macroinvertebrates. Rosenberg, D M [Editor], Resh, V H [Editor] Freshwater biomonitoring and benthic macroinvertebrates : ix+488p

Freshwater fishes of far north Queensland. Freshwater fishes of far north Queensland: 74 pp.

Freshwater leeches from Yemen. Hydrobiologia 263(3): 185-190

Freshwater mussels as biomonitors for organic industrial contaminants and pesticides in the St. Lawrence River. Science of the Total Environment 97/98: 595-615

Freshwater nematodes of the Galapagos. Hydrobiologia 299(1): 1-51

Freshwater performance of all-female diploid and triploid Atlantic salmon. Aquaculture 128(1-2): 41-49

Freshwater prawn farming: developments in India. Indian Farming 44(6): 13-16

Freshwater resources: their depletion, contamination and management. Environmental management: issues and solutions: 86-90

Freshwater snails of Africa and their medical importance. Freshwater snails of Africa and their medical importance (Ed. 2): x + 608 pp.

Friction properties of fertilizers and methods of analysis. International Agrophysics 8(1): 53-57

Frictional coefficients on the knife rake-face in orthogonal cutting of bamboo culms. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 39(1): 24-30

Frictional shredding of rice hull on oil expeller with reformed rotor. RDA Journal of Agricultural Science Farm Management Agricultural Engineering Sericulture Mycology & Farm Products Utilization 36(1): 648-654

Fried food and process for producing same. European Patent Application (EP 0 603 879 A2): 7 pp.

Friedelane triterpenes from the stem bark of Caloncoba glauca. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 33(1): 237-239

Friedelin, the major component of grapefruit epicuticular wax. Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry 42(3): 708-713

Friedrich Wilhelm Leopold Pfeil and the mounted forest officials. Forst und Holz 48(24): 694-697

Friend or foe?. European Dairy Magazine 6(4): 46-51

Friendly fungi and the citrus tree snail. Rosen, D [Editor], Bennett, F D [Editor], Capinera, J L [Editor] Pest management in the subtropics: Biological control: A Florida perspective 11-25

Frieswal project: present status and expectations for the future. World Animal Review (79): 46-54

Fringed membranous particles and viruses in faeces from healthy turkey poults and from poults with putative poult enteritis complex/spiking mortality. Avian Pathology 24(3): 497-505

Frit flies on maize hybrids. Zashchita Rastenii Moskva ( 8): 48

Fritillaria meleagris L. in northwest Europe, especially in the Netherlands: ecology, distribution and syntaxonomy. Phytocoenologia 24: 627-647

Fritillaria ruthenica. New Plantsman 1(4): 232-235

Frog abundance along streams in Bornean forests. Conservation Biology 9(3): 679-683

From Angora to dairy goats. Chevre ( 207): 22-23

From Canada, new cultivars of pear selected for resistance to fire blight and psylla. Informatore Agrario 50(34): 61-63

From Chapter 11 to profitable. Bottomline 9(4): 16-19

From GATT to CAP: new external regulations for the CAP following the GATT accords. Chambres d' Agriculture ( 830 Supplement): 28 pp.

From ill-defined extracts to the immunomodulatory lectin: will there be a reason for oncological application of mistletoe?. Planta Medica 60(1): 2-7

From Limassol to Auckland: update on Commonwealth sport and its commerce. Round Table London ( 336): 469-475

From Saint-Etienne to Marseilles: tradition and modernity in French soccer and society. Game without frontiers: football, identity and modernity: 103-127

From State control to a managed or liberalised market: dilemmas in the reform of the grain price system in China. Regulating agriculture: 127-148

From Strasbourg to Helsinki - the first two ministerial conferences on the protection of forests in Europe. Revue Forestiere Francaise 46(4): 319-334

From Thailand to Indonesia: the outlook is bright. FO Licht International Sugar and Sweetener Report 126(18): 389-395

From Turgot to the new institutional economics: a brief review of economic theories of sharecropping. Economie Rurale ( 228): 28-34

From WID to GAD: conceptual shifts in the women and development discourse. Occasional Paper United Nations Non Governmental Liaison Service ( OP 1): iv + 51 pp.

From Wisconsin to Nepal: Cryptosporidium, Cyclospora, and microsporidia. Current Opinion in Infectious Diseases 7(5): 609-615

From a productive to a rural approach: a reflection on agricultural policy in Andalusia. Revista de Estudios Agro Sociales ( 169): 175-212

From agricultural credit to rural finance. Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture 34(2): 109-120

From agricultural education to the environment: new challenges, new identities. European Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension 2(1): 37-47

From an economic point of view: setting up branch enterprises and chains (et seq). Gartenbau Magazin 3(6): 38-46

From breeding to cloning (and back again?): a case study with lettuce downy mildew. Annual Review of Phytopathology 30: 485-506

From calendar spraying to integrated production - tendencies in modern plant protection. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft fur Allgemeine und Angewandte Entomologie 8(1-3): 63-69

From cell growth to leaf growth: I. Coupling cell division and cell expansion. Agronomy Journal 87(1): 99-105

From cell growth to leaf growth: II. Simulation of a file of cells. Agronomy Journal 87(1): 106-112

From cell growth to leaf growth: III. Kinetics of leaf expansion. Agronomy Journal 87(1): 112-121

From cheap credit to easy money: how to undermine rural finance and development. Financial landscapes reconstructed: the fine art of mapping development: 19-32

From collectives to markets: re-structured agriculture- industry linkages in rural China: some micro-level evidence. From collectives to markets: re structured agriculture industry linkages in rural China: some micro level evidence: 65 pp.

From collectives to markets: restructured agriculture-industry linkages in rural China: some micro-level evidence. Journal of Peasant Studies 22(2): 201-260

From collectivization to re-privatization: the changing possibilities of family farming on scattered farmsteads in Hungary. Zemedelska Ekonomika 40(11): 907-919

From combines to computers: rural services and development in the age of information technology. From combines to computers: rural services and development in the age of information technology: xxi + 291 pp.

From communal grazing to privatised enclosures: a case study of changing land tenure in Region 5. Working Papers on Ethiopian Development, Centre for Environment and Development, University of Trondheim ( 8): 264-277

From communist forum to capitalist market: East European sport in transition. European Physical Education Review 1(1): 15-26

From conjugal contracts to environmental relations: some thoughts on labour and technology. IDS Bulletin 26(1): 33-39

From consumption to savings? interpreting Tongan and Western Samoan sample survey data on remittances. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 4(1): 89-115

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From contract to status: an ethnography of farm work in the West of Ireland. Sociologia Ruralis 35(2): 173-186

From conventional to organic milk: a way of selecting the best crop rotation. Agriculture Montreal 50(1): 27-28

From crisis to devaluation of the CFA franc: technological and social changes in intensive domestic farming among the Bamileke of western Cameroon. Cahiers Agricultures 4(1): 45-51

From data and the theory to environmental model: the case of rainfall runoff. Environmetrics 5(3): 297-314

From day-to-day coping to strategic management: developing technological capability among small-scale enterprises in Zimbabwe. DPP Working Paper Development Policy and Practice Research Group, Open University ( 33): 38 pp.

From dearth to plenty: the modern revolution in food production. From dearth to plenty: the modern revolution in food production: xvii + 296 pp.

From descriptors to DNA: new tools and new tasks in the evaluation of genetic resources. Evaluation and exploitation of genetic resources: pre breeding Proceedings of the Genetic Resources Section Meeting of Eucarpia, 15-18 March 1994, Clermont Ferrand France Appendix: 1-10

From ecology through economics to ethnoscience: changing perceptions on natural resource management. The cultural dimension of development: indigenous knowledge systems: 505-511

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From environmental auditing to integrated environmental management: local government experience in the United Kingdom and Japan. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 38(3): 307-331

From exclusion to participation: turning Senegal's forestry policy around?. World Development Oxford 23(9): 1587-1599

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From farms to services: agricultural reformation in Bangladesh. Occasional Paper Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath ( 02/95): 32 pp.

From feed mills to checkout. Feed Compounder 15(8): 12-16

From fishing poles and ski sticks to vegetables and paper, the bamboo genus Phyllostachys. Curtis's Botanical Magazine 12(1): 8-15

From flower induction to seed production in forest tree orchards. Tree Physiology 15(7_8): 419-426

From food relief to development: prospects for food monetization in eastern Hararghe and the Ogaden of Ethiopia. Food for Development Discussion Papers ( 7): iv + 42 pp.

From forest rent to tree-capital: basic 'laws' of cocoa supply. Cocoa cycles: the economics of cocoa supply: 1-53

From hills and hollers: rise of the poultry industry in Arkansas. From hills and hollers: rise of the poultry industry in Arkansas: x + 221 pp.

From history to heritage - from heritage to identity: in search of concepts and models. Building a new heritage: tourism, culture and identity in the New Europe: 13-30

From in vitro fertilization to early embryogenesis in maize. Protoplasma 187(1-4): 3-12

From killing to live trapping - development of the insecticide fogging technique. AFZ, Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift 49(26): 1457-1459

From laissez-faire to scientific forestry: forest management in early Colonial Burma, 1826-85. Forest and Conservation History 38(4): 160-170

From little acornsplant biotechnology blossoms in the Balkans. Bio/Technology 13(8): 760-761

From mapping to manipulating the vertebrate genome. Animal Biotechnology 5(2): 233-242

From marketing of Pecorino cheese to strategies for agrarian policy in the ewe milk sector. Mondo del Latte 47(5): 381-386

From mill to soil. BioCycle 35(3): 88-90

From molecular biology to biotechnology: the role of markets and institutions in the Brazilian scenario. Ciencia e Cultura Sao Paulo 45(3/4): 269-272

From molecular virology to practical plant protection. Novenyvedelem 30(7): 305-311

From multilocational testing and on-farm trials to growing pigeonpea on farmers' fields. Improvement of pigeonpea in Eastern and Southern Africa: Annual Research Planning Meeting 1994, Nairobi, Kenya, 21-23 Sep 1994: 23-29

From nation-building to popular culture: the modernization of performance in Tanzania. Report Christian Michelsen Institute ( 1): 182 pp.

From observing sleeping sickness to discovering Trypanosoma and Glossina. Medecine Tropicale 53(2): 149-157

From phoresy to parasitism: the example of mites and nematodes. Research and Reviews in Parasitology 1994; 53(3-4): 73-79

From plantations to cities: the ambiguities of choice. Etudes Rurales ( 131/132): 19-37

From pollination by Lepidoptera to selfing: the case of Dianthus glacialis (Caryophyllaceae). Plant Systematics and Evolution, 1951-2: 67-76

From poorly structured to well structured forest: aspects of silvicultural planning and management for the Lower Saxony Forest Administration. Forst und Holz 50(2): 35-44

From post office to an observation post for rural change. Economie Rurale ( 229): 22-28

From producer to pantry - using biotechnology to preserve crop quality. Aspects of Applied Biology ( 39): 95-102

From pseudoknots to selenium: a new theory of HIV pathogenesis. International Antiviral News 3(2): 18-20

From pulsed field to field: contribution of molecular karyotyping to epidemiological studies on New World leishmaniasis. Archives de L'institut Pasteur de Tunis 70(3-4): 505-515

From quality product to eco-product: will Fiji set a precedent?. Tourism Management 16(1): 39-47

From reclamation to sustainable development of watersheds: notes for a proposal. QA, Questione Agraria ( 56): 147-159

From sectoral agricultural and nature policy to integrated rural policy. European Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension 2(2): 21-30

From selective thinning to target-diameter harvesting in beech. AFZ, Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift 49(10): 528-531

From socialist equality to post-socialist diversity? (The case of local initiatives and their role in the Czech countryside). Zemedelska Ekonomika 40(11): 893-906

From soil conservation to land husbandry: guidelines based on SIDA's experience. From soil conservation to land husbandry: guidelines based on SIDA' s experience: 58 pp.

From soil to brain: zinc deficiency increases the neurotoxicity of Lathyrus sativus and may affect the susceptibility for the motorneurone disease neurolathyrism. Toxicon Oxford 32(4): 461-466

From squat to the bottom of the well: seasonal migration of peasants from Chapada Diamantina in the State of Bahia to work in the Sao Paulo civil construction sector. Informacoes Economicas Instituto de Economia Agricola 25(2): 75-90

From strength to strength. Dairy Industries International 60(9): 29, 31-32

From studies on gangrene Phoma exigua Desm. var. foveata (Foister) Boerema, Phoma exigua Desm. var. exigua and Phoma eupyrena Sacc. on potatoes in Poland. Prace Naukowe Instytutu Ochrony Roslin 33(1-2): 87-120

From subsistence gardening towards cash cropping with trees: changes in the farming system practised by former shifting cultivators in eastern Indonesia. Network Paper Rural Development Forestry Network ( 13D): i + 12 pp.

From supply-driven to demand-driven provision of rural drinking water. A Tanzanian case study of the arguments for transition. CDR Working Papers ( 95.8): 20 pp.

From surface acidity to surface reactivity; inhibition of oxide dissolution. Aquatic Sciences 55(4): 273-280

From survival to livelihood in Mozambique. IDS Bulletin 25(4): 77-84

From sylvan glades to Eucalyptus plantations: 25 years of forestry development in Indonesia. Archipel ( 46): 191-217

From technology transfer to resource management. Grasslands for our world: 184-191

From the 36th Nordic Dairy Congress: how technology, machinery and packaging help the industry to compete with other foodstuffs. Meieriposten 82(11;12): 319-323; 356-357

From the 36th Nordic Dairy Congress: marketing and sales with nutrition as the driving force. Meieriposten 82(10): 276-282; 312-314

From the PATLQ laboratory. Milk components under close surveillance. Producteur de Lait Quebecois 14(11): 7-8

From the child as wealth to the child as burden: child labour in Madagascar and its place in the social imagination. Labour, Capital and Society 27(2): 216-232

From the classical type of Pietrain to the halothane-resistant Pietrain, or Pietrain Rehal. Annales de Medecine Veterinaire 139(1): 23-35

From the heart of the senses: rambling as the language of the senses. Magglingen 52(5): 20-21

From the lab to the site: better erosion control through chemistry. Erosion Control 1(4): 24-31

From the land to the profession. Social identities and family farming in northern Portugal. Schriftenreihe der Forschungsgesellschaft fur Agrarpolitik und Agrarsoziologie eV Bonn ( 296): 101-112

From the photograph to 3D-CAD planning. Landtechnik 50(4): 190, 234-235

From vicious to virtuous circles? gender and micro-enterprise development. Occasional Paper United Nations Research Institute for Social Development ( 3): v + 72 pp.

From waste to money: promoting profitable bioconversion technology among rural entrepreneurs in the Philippines and Thailand. Industry and Environment 17(3): 30-37

From waste to wetlands. Ecodecision ( 14): 82-84

From woodlots to village land management in the Sahel. Issues Paper Drylands Programme, International Institute for Environment and Development ( 35): iii + 21 pp.

Fromage frais-type products and process for their manufacture. French Patent Application (FR 2 705 015 A1): 27 pp.

Frontiers in gastric emptying. Digestive Diseases and Sciences 39(12, SUPP): S1-S132

Frontiers in lipid and lipoprotein research: basic science, analytical, clinical, and public health applications. Atherosclerosis 108(SUPP): s1-s196

Frost damage to pine forests of the upper Adriatic coast. Italia Forestale e Montana 49(1): 54-70

Frost hardiness and cold-storage tolerance of the root system of Picea sitchensis, Pseudotsuga menziesii, Larix kaempferi and Pinus sylvestris bare-root seedlings. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 9(3): 203-213

Frost hardiness and winter photosynthesis of Thuja plicata and Pseudotsuga menziesii seedlings grown at three rates of nitrogen and phosphorus supply. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 25(1): 18-28

Frost hardiness development and lignification of young Norway spruce seedlings of southern and northern Finnish origin. Silva Fennica 27(1): 47-54

Frost hardiness development in winter wheat as affected by fusicoccin. Soviet Agricultural Sciences ( 1): 1-4

Frost hardiness of Norway spruce treated with acid mist. Evaluation of the electrolyte leakage rate technique. Environmental and Experimental Botany 35(2): 139-149

Frost hardiness of bulbs. New Plantsman 1(3): 184-187

Frost hardiness of the inner bark of adult sessile oaks on sunny and shady sides of the stem. Forst und Holz 47(15): 462-464

Frost hardiness of winter barley in relation to growth and development stages. Rostlinna Vyroba 39(7): 619-626

Frost heaving of forest tree seedlings: a review. New Forests 9(1): 67-94

Frost in agriculture. Seminar of the Agrometeorology Committee of INRA. Le gel en agriculture Seminaire de la Commission d' Agrometeorologie de l' INRA: 281 pp.

Frost injury to European and Japanese plum flower buds in Hungary. Kerteszeti Tudomany 26(1): 11-15

Frost protection by sprinkler irrigation. Revista Chapingo 1992; 15(76): 116-118

Frost resistance of some olive cultivars during the winter. Acta Horticulturae ( 356): 152-155

Frost tolerance and bud dormancy of container-grown yellow birch, red oak and sugar maple seedlings. Tree Physiology 14(12): 1313-1325

Frost, Abscisic Acid, and Desiccation Hasten Embryo Development in Brassica napus. Plant Physiology 99(2): 700-706

Frost-induced movement of potassium to the apoplast may increase bloat in ruminants grazing alfalfa. Crop Science 35(4): 1133-1136

Frozen dairy desserts and the American diet dilemma. European Dairy Magazine 7(2): 55-56

Frozen dessert attribute changes with increased amounts of unsaturated fatty acids. Journal of Food Science 59(6): 1222-1226

Frozen dessert trends moving in two different directions. European Dairy Magazine 7(1): 24

Frozen potato meal and silage in the feeding of lambs, calves and fattening bulls. Roczniki Naukowe Zootechniki 21(1/2): 81-94

Frozen whipped toppings. Official Gazette of the United States Patent & Trademark Office Patents 1170(4): 2456, Jan 24

Frozen yoghurt for Europe. European Dairy Magazine 7(1): 49-50

Fructan biosynthesis in excised leaves of Lolium temulentum L. VI. Optimization and stability of enzymatic fructan synthesis. New Phytologist 126(1): 3-10

Fructan biosynthesis in excised leaves of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.): a comparison of de novo synthesis in vivo and in vitro. New Phytologist 128(3): 395-402

Fructan content of wheat seedlings (Triticum aestivum L.) under hypoxia and following re-aeration. New Phytologist 123(3): 471-476

Fructan exohydrolase from grasses. New Phytologist 123(3): 453-469

Fructan-hydrolyzing activities from Lolium rigidum Gaudin. New Phytologist 123(3): 443-451

Fructification and sporulation of Laetiporus sulphureus in the urban environment. Czech Mycology 47(2): 163-169

Fructo-oligosaccharides: Enzymic synthesis from sucrose. Zuckerindustrie 120(9): 793-798 + corrections in 120 (12) 1055-1056

Fructosamine concentrations in hyperglycemic cats. Canadian Veterinary Journal 36(3): 155-159

Fructose breath hydrogen tests in infants with chronic non-specific diarrhoea. European Journal of Pediatrics 154(5): 362-364

Fructose loading induces cardiovascular and metabolic changes in nondiabetic and diabetic rats. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 72(7): 771-781

Fructose-1,6-Bisphosphate Is an Allosteric Activator of Pyrophosphate:Fructose-6-Phosphate 1-Phosphotransferase. Plant Physiology 108(1): 69-73

Fructose-6-phosphate phosphotransferase, a regulatory enzyme of laticifer metabolism. Revue Generale des Caoutchoucs et Plastiques ( 708): 113-117

Fructose-grafted amylose and amylopectin. Carbohydrate Research 268(2): 201-207

Fructose-induced hypertension in rats is concentration- and duration-dependent. Journal of Pharmacological & Toxicological Methods 33(2): 101-107

Fructosyltransferase Activities in the Leaf Growth Zone of Tall Fescue. Plant Physiology 107(4): 1419-1425

Frugivory and seed dispersal by red howler monkeys: evolutionary aspect. Revue d' Ecologie la Terre et la Vie 49(4): 331-341

Frugivory of Civettictis civetta and its role in seed dispersal at Mayombe. Revue d' Ecologie la Terre et la Vie 49(2): 107-116

Fruit Section Workshop. Strategies for a modern pomology. Acta Horticulturae ( 400): 55 pp.

Fruit and seed set of half-high blueberry cultivars following repeated pollinations at varying time intervals. Fruit Varieties Journal 48(3): 176-182

Fruit and seed structures in Menodora (Oleaceae): a comparison with Jasminum. Botanica Acta 108(2): 163-168

Fruit and vegetable consumption and cancer risk in a Mediterranean population. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 61(6 Suppl): 1374s-1377s

Fruit and vegetable food frequencies by fourth and fifth grade students: validity and reliability. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 13(1): 33-39

Fruit and vegetable intake among adults in 16 states: results of a brief telephone survey. American Journal of Public Health 85(2): 236-239

Fruit and vegetable wholesale market guide. Technical Bulletin Northern Territory, Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries ( 235): 17 pp.

Fruit and vegetables - keys to health. Var Foda 47(4): 43-48

Fruit and vegetables: a varied sector and without boundaries!. Paysans ( 226): 25-30

Fruit bearing and seed fertility in Fagus crenata Blume forests in the Mt. Daisen and Mt. Hiruzen areas of the Chugoku District. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 77(3): 239-246

Fruit body production in edible forest mushrooms in relation to weather conditions. Aquilo Ser Botanica 31(0): 111-113

Fruit characteristics and pollen fertility of citrus somatic hybrids. Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science 64(2): 283-289

Fruit characteristics of olive cultivars of different origin grown in Umbria. Acta Horticulturae ( 356): 362-366

Fruit controls in the CA technology. Acta Horticulturae ( 368): 403-416

Fruit cracking in sweet cherries (Prunus avium L.). Some physiological aspects - a mini review. Scientia Horticulturae 63(3/4): 135-141

Fruit crops 1994: a summary of research. Research Circular Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center ( 298): 119 pp.

Fruit development of Victoria plums in relation to leaf number. Acta Horticulturae ( 359): 190-194

Fruit disorders, mineral composition and tree performance influenced by rootstocks of 'Anjou' pears. Acta Horticulturae ( 367): 372-379

Fruit expansion growth in relation to water-uptake under climatic changes. Acta Horticulturae Sinica 21(2): 124-128

Fruit firmness, calyx and neck ratings correlated with field fruit rot reactions of nine strawberry cultivars. Fruit Varieties Journal 49(1): 14-19

Fruit flies of economic importance. Bulletin OILB/SROP 17(6): vi + 273 pp.

Fruit genetic resources in Tunisia (pear, orange, fig, pomegranate). Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter ( 100): 14-17

Fruit growth and development of Chinese cherry (Prunus pseudocerasus Lindl.). Bulletin of the Experimental Farm College of Agriculture, Ehime University ( 16): 1-10

Fruit handling systems in developing countries. Postharvest handling of tropical fruits Proceedings of an international conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 19-23 July 1993: 109-115

Fruit in milk products. Revue Laitiere Francaise ( 541): 27-31

Fruit infestation of Acacia tortilis (Forsk.) Hyne by Bruchidius andrewesi Pic. (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) in the Thar desert. Forest Ecology and Management 70(1/3): 349-352

Fruit juices: the international market. Fruit juices: the international market: 285 pp.

Fruit laxatives and seed passage rates in frugivores: consequences for plant reproductive success. Ecology 75(4): 989-994

Fruit maturation of 'Okanagan Riesling' grapes: effect of site, year, and basal leaf removal. Fruit Varieties Journal 49(4): 213-223

Fruit milk shake apparatus. United States Patent (US 5 327 816): 4 pp.

Fruit packing house operations to improve returns. Postharvest handling of tropical fruits Proceedings of an international conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 19-23 July 1993: 105-108

Fruit pigmentation and abscission rate of field primocane-fruiting red raspberry after exposure to an autumn frost. Acta Horticulturae ( 352): 185-188

Fruit preparations for yoghurt - requirements for the gelling agent pectin on the part of manufacturers of fruit preparations and yoghurts. DMZ, Lebensmittelindustrie und Milchwirtschaft 116(14): 640-647, 650-651

Fruit preparations for yoghurts. Pectin as a thickener - requirements posed by producers of fruit preparations and yoghurts. Food Tech Europe 2(2): 130-137

Fruit production and retention as affected by plant density and water supply. Proceedings, Beltwide Cotton Conferences, 10-14 January 1993, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA: 1244-1247

Fruit production in Tasmania. Obstbau Weinbau 31(7/8): 205-208

Fruit production in four cultivars and three clones of guava (Psidium guajava L.) in Porto Lucena, RS. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 30(3): 375-382

Fruit production of Acacia tortilis and A. nilotica in semi-arid Ethiopia. Agroforestry Systems 27(1): 23-30

Fruit quality of 'Pera' sweet orange (Citrus sinensis L. Osbeck) grafted on the 'Cleopatra' mandarin (Citrus reshni, Hort ex. Tanaka) at high density planting. Acta Horticulturae ( 379): 141-143

Fruit quality of litchi under the influence of nitrogen phosphorus and potassium nutrition. Journal of Potassium Research 9(4): 360-364

Fruit quality of tomato cultivars. Acta Horticulturae ( 376): 313-318

Fruit ripeness determination by electronic sensing of aromatic volatiles. Transactions of the ASAE 38(1): 251-257

Fruit ripening and anthocyanin pigments in the skin of grapes (Vitis spp.). Science Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University 48(3-4): 247-254

Fruit rot disease of banana cv. Nendran caused by Fusarium pallidoroseum (Cooke) Sacc., a new record. Agricultural Research Journal of Kerala 30(1): 69

Fruit set and seed predation in an Ohio population of Gentiana saponaria. American Midland Naturalist 129(2): 346-351

Fruit set and the effective pollination period in red currant as affected by nitrogen fertilization and exposure to red light. Journal of Horticultural Science 69(5): 791-797

Fruit set in Crataegus monogyna, Prunus mahaleb and Prunus spinosa. Anales del Jardin Botanico de Madrid 50(2): 239-245

Fruit set, abscission and dry matter accumulation on girdled branches of macadamia. Annals of botany 72(6): 667-674

Fruit setting treatments' effect on two clementine mandarin cultivars. Proceedings of the International Society of Citriculture: Volume 1 Taxonomy, breeding and varieties, rootstocks and propagation, plant physiology and ecology: 7th International Citrus Congress, Acireale, Italy, 8-13 March, 1992: 489-492

Fruit size and economic performance of guava (Psidium guajava Linn.) cv. Guapple as affected by fruit thinning and gibberellic acid. South Indian Horticulture 42(5): 289-292

Fruit sorters need more light. Agricultural Research Washington 43(6): 19

Fruit species of secondary importance in Morocco. Cahiers Options Mediterraneennes 13: 47-62

Fruit splitting in 'Murcott' tangerines: control by reduced water supply. Proceedings of the International Society of Citriculture: Volume 2 Cultural practices, diseases and their control: 7th International Citrus Congress, Acireale, Italy, 8-13 March, 1992: 657-660

Fruit splitting in Valencia and its relationship to the pectin status of the rind. Proceedings of the International Society of Citriculture: Volume 1 Taxonomy, breeding and varieties, rootstocks and propagation, plant physiology and ecology: 7th International Citrus Congress, Acireale, Italy, 8-13 March, 1992: 511-514

Fruit structure of the southern African species of Apodytes E. Meyer ex Arn. (Icacinaceae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 115(3): 221-233

Fruit thinning. Gron Viden, Havebrug ( 77): 8 pp.

Fruit trap: a detection and collection tool for opiine parasitoids (Hym.: Braconidae) of the oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis (Dipt.: Tephritidae). Entomophaga 39(3/4): 341-349

Fruit trees under contract: tenure and land use change in upland Java, Indonesia. World Development Oxford 22(10): 1567-1578

Fruit yield and economics of jelly and jam production from fruits of some promising Ficus (fig) tree crops. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 30(3-4): 169-178

Fruit yield of field-grown pear Pyrus communis (L) exposed to different levels of rain acidity in Tuscany. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 68(1): 43-50

Fruit-based tolerance to damage by beet armyworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in tomato. Environmental Entomology 23(4): 937-942

Fruit-body production and 137Cs-activity of Cantharellus cibarius after nitrogen- and potassium-fertilisation. Report SkogForsk ( 2): 19 pp.

Fruit-fly control: development of a new fruit-fly attractant and correct bait administration. Citrus Journal 4(1): 22-25

Fruit-set on small Chardonnay and Shiraz vines grown under varying temperature regimes between budburst and flowering. Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research 1(1): 3-10

Fruit-setting habit on the inflorescence axis and relationship between the number of leaves or the leaf area on the main stem and various yield components per primary inflorescence in castor-oil plants (Ricinus communis L.). Japanese Journal of Tropical Agriculture 36(1): 21-27

Fruit/seed setting in teak (Tectona grandis L.F): a point to ponder. Indian Forester 120(12): 1076-1079

Fruitflies of the genus Urophora R.-D. (Diptera, Tephritidae) of the east Palaearctic. II. Review of species of the subgenus Urophora s.str. Communication 2. Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 72(1): 232-247

Fruiting efficiency in three bread wheat (Triticum aestivum) cultivars released at different eras. Number of grains per spike and grain weight. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science 170(4): 251-260

Fruiting of provenance plantations of Scots pine in the Vologda region. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 11): 39-40

Fruiting patterns in vegetative seed orchards of Scots pine. Metsanduslikud Uurimused, Estonian SSR ( 23): 7-25

Fruiting phenology and seasonality in tropical dry evergreen forest in Pt. Calimere Wildlife Sanctuary. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 90(2): 163-177

Fruiting site production and fruit size responses of cotton to water supply per plant. 1994 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, January 5-8, San Diego, California, USA: 1351-1354

Fruiting sites in cotton: seed quality. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 41(6): 882-885

Fruiting stress induces shuck decline and premature germination in pecan. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 120(1): 43-53

Fruits and vegetables. Household purchases by type of outlet: strengthening position for hypermarkets. Infos Paris ( 114): 19-23

Fruits and vegetables: household purchases per type of outlet in 1992. Infos Paris ( 93): 18-23

Frutoic acid, a dimeric kaurane diterpene from Xylopia frutescens. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 40(2): 607-609

Frying quality of six varieties of potato. Journal of Food Science & Technology 31(5): 428-429

Frying stability of soybean and canola oils with modified fatty acid compositions. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 70(10): 983-988

Fudecalone, a new anticoccidial agent produced by Penicillium sp. FO-2030. Journal of Antibiotics 48(1): 53-58

Fuel alcohol production from hull-less barley. Cereal Chemistry 72(2): 147-150

Fuel block. United States Patent (US 5112365): 7 pp.

Fuel bricketing machine. Indian Forester 120(8): 748-749

Fuel consumption pattern of rural families. Journal of Dairying Foods & Home Sciences 12(2): 105-108

Fuel consumption pattern of tarai and bhabbar regions of Uttar Pradesh. Indian Farming 43(12): 4-7

Fuel isolation, identification and quantitation from soils. Analysis of soils contaminated with petroleum constituents: 12-26

Fuel moisture as measured and predicted during the 1988 fires in Yellowstone Park. Research Note Intermountain Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( INT-396): 7 pp.

Fuel substitution in sub-Saharan Africa. Environmental Management 17(3): 283-288

Fuel utilization and glucose hyperalimentation after liver resection. Nutrition 10(5): 411-414

Fueling a diesel engine with methyl-ester soybean oil. Applied engineering in agriculture 11(1): 37-40

Fuelwood characteristics of medium tree and shrub species of India. Bioresource Technology 47(1): 81-84

Fuelwood characteristics of some tropical trees of India. Biomass and Bioenergy 4(6): 461-464

Fuelwood consumption on Kupang District (case study in the villages of Bismarak, Oenoni, Oelpuah, and Kotabes). Santalum ( 17): 19-26

Fuelwood consumption pattern at different altitudes in Garhwal Himalaya. Energy Oxford 19(4): 465-468

Fuelwood evaluation of some Himalayan trees and shrubs. Energy Oxford 18(8): 799-801

Fuelwood famine in India. Advances in Forestry Research in India 8: 13-25