geoscience.net logo
+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 2648

Chapter 2648 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Land use 2015 - revisited. Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England 155: 18-24

Land use allocation and biological conservation in the Batemans Bay Forests of New South Wales. Australian Forestry 56(1): 4-21

Land use analysis and classification for an area of Chianti through an integrated geographical information system. Annali Accademia Italiana di Scienze Forestali 42: 149-163

Land use and farm systems in the Ukraine. Berliner Beitrage zur Agrarentwicklung ( 15): 51 pp.

Land use and landscape dynamics in Northern Thailand: assessing change in three upland watersheds. Ambio 24(6): 328-334

Land use and nitrate-nitrogen in the vadose zone of loess deposits in the southern Lower Rhenish Embayment. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde 158(2): 157-164

Land use and soil resilience. 15th World Congress of Soil Science, Acapulco, Mexico, 10-16, July, 1994 Transactions, Volume 2a: commission I symposia: 246-261

Land use and soil-vegetation relationships in a Mediterranean ecosystem: El Ardal, Murcia, Spain. Catena 25(1/4): 153-167

Land use and the biophysical environment of Kinnaur District, Himachal Pradesh, India. Mountain Research and Development 13(1): 41-60

Land use and vegetation mapping by satellite: SSC Satellitbild experiences 1987-1993. ITC Journal ( 3): 251-260

Land use change in California, USA: Nonpoint source water quality impacts. Environmental Management 17(4): 453-460

Land use change in the Amazon estuary: patterns of caboclo settlement and landscape management. Human Ecology New York 22(3): 249-278

Land use change in the Squam Lakes watershed of New Hampshire, 1955-1982. Research Report Agricultural Experiment Station, University of New Hampshire ( 125): ii + 10 pp.

Land use change in three San Francisco Bay Area counties: implications for ranching at the urban fringe. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 47(6): 475-480

Land use changes and honey bee forage plants. Forage for bees in an agricultural landscape: 7-20

Land use changes in Santa Barbara d'Oeste, Sao Paulo, and mapping using aerial photographs and satellite images. Scientia Agricola 50(3): 365-371

Land use choices in a changing world. Land Degradation and Rehabilitation 5(2): 153-178

Land use dynamics, soil degradation and potential sustainable use in Metu area, Illubabor Region, Ethiopia. Geographica Bernensia A, African Studies Series ( 13): 135 pp.

Land use in Imerina based on remote sensing data. Akon' ny Ala ( 14): 19-31

Land use in non-affluent countries as determined by social infrastructure and population patterns. Grasslands for our world: 246-250

Land use issues. Food, agriculture, and rural policy into the twenty first century: issues and trade offs: 95-110

Land use planning and environmental evaluation. Environmental and land use issues: an economic perspective Proceedings of the 34th EAAE Seminar held in the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Zaragoza, Zaragoza, February 7-9, 1994, Spain: 49-59

Land use planning and variability in edaphic and climatic factors. El estudio del suelo y de su degradacion en relacion con la desertificacion Actas del 12 Congreso Latinoamericano de la Ciencia del Suelo, Salamanca, Sevilla Espana 19 a 26 de Septiembre de 1993: 1311-1320

Land use planning in technical development cooperation projects in anglophone countries of Africa. Materialien Zentrum fur Regionale Entwicklungsforschung Justus Liebig Universitat Giessen ( 32): 145-156

Land use review for some key ecological zones of Vietnam. Proceedings of the national seminar on setting priorities for research in the land use continuum in Vietnam Hoa Binh, September 9-13, 1991: 96-111

Land use rights reform in China: some theoretical issues. Land Use Policy 12(4): 281-289

Land use strategies under market restructuring. Environmental and land use issues: an economic perspective Proceedings of the 34th EAAE Seminar held in the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Zaragoza, Zaragoza, February 7-9, 1994, Spain: 311-322

Land use survey and planning. New dimensions in agricultural geography Volume 4: landuse and agricultural planning: 125-146

Land use, soil conservation and water resource management in the Nepal middle hills. Land use, soil conservation and water resource management in the Nepal middle hills: 13 pp.

Land values and production deregulation of the South African sugar industry. Agrekon 33(4): 272-274

Land, cooperatives, and contract farming arrangements of the Wonji/Shewa sugar estate. Working Papers on Ethiopian Development, Centre for Environment and Development, University of Trondheim ( 8): 133-146

Land, crop and production strategies in farming systems. Agro Sur 22(2): 83-96

Land, labour and credit market interlockings: a study of Orissa agriculture. Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics 49(3): 339-345

Land, livestock, and livelihoods: changing dynamics of gender, caste, and ethnicity in a Nepalese village. Human Ecology New York 22(4): 467-494

Land, power and commercialisation in lower Iraq, 1850-1958: a case of 'blocked transition'. Journal of Peasant Studies 22(1): 126-163

Land, security of tenure, and productivity in Ghana. Searching for land tenure security in Africa: 97-118

Land, the law, the market, and ownership. Mezhdunarodnyi Sel' skokhozyaistvennyi Zhurnal ( 4): 14-15

Land-abundant agricultural growth and some of its consequences: the case of Thailand. Agriculture on the road to industrialization: 150-174

Land-cover classification and estimation of terrain attributes using synthetic aperture radar. Remote Sensing of Environment 51(1): 199-214

Land-surface characterization in greenhouse climate simulations. International Journal of Climatology 14(10): 1065-1094

Land-use and deforestation in the Eastern Region of Paraguay, 1984-1991. KA' AGUY, Revista Forestal del Paraguay 10(2): 1-30

Land-use change and climate. Land Degradation and Rehabilitation 5(2): 107-126

Land-use change and the structural dynamics of Pinus kesiya in a hill evergreen forest in northern Thailand. Mountain Research and Development 14(3): 245-250

Land-use effects on the composition of organic matter in particle-size separates of soil: I. Lignin and carbohydrate signature. European Journal of Soil Science 45(4): 449-458

Land-use effects on the composition of organic matter in particle-size separates of soils: II. CPMAS and solution 13C NMR analysis. European Journal of Soil Science 46(1): 147-158

Land-use planning and management in Scotland; Land-use planning and management in Ireland. Rural land use on the Atlantic periphery of Europe: Scotland and Ireland: 195-208; 209-219

Land-use planning in India for degraded forest land development. New Botanist 21(1/4): 21-27

Land-use planning may reduce fire damage in the urban-wildland intermix. General Technical Report Pacific Southwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( PSW-127): iii + 13 pp.

Land-use strategies for successful extractive economies in Amazonia. Advances in Economic Botany 9: 67-77

Landau-Kleffner syndrome in cerebral cysticercosis. Indian Pediatrics 31(5): 584-587

Landcare in Australia: spawning new models of inquiry and learning for sustainability. Recherches systeme en agriculture et developpement rural: Symposium international, Montpellier, France 21-25 novembre 1994 Communications: 366-370

Landcare: participative Australian approaches to inquiry and learning for sustainability. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 50(2): 125-131

Landfill gas effects on groundwater samples at a municipal solid waste facility. Air & Waste 44(11): 1293-1298

Landfill reclamation by tree plantation: first results. Monti e Boschi 46(2): 12-19

Landfilling of waste: barriers. Landfilling of waste: barriers: xviii + 631 pp.

Landform features in Northwestern Ontario. COFRDA Report ( 3312): v + 63 pp.

Landholding and kinship in a Bangladesh village. Indian Journal of Social Work 54(3): 407-419

Landing and departure rules used by honeybees on cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum Maton). Pollination in tropics: Proceedings of the International Symposium on pollination in tropics, August 8-13, 1993, Bangalore, India: 73-76

Landlessness, health, and the failures of reform in the Peruvian Highlands. Human Organization 53(4): 380-387

Landlords and farmers: implications of disparities in bargaining power for tenancy in agriculture. Agricultural Economics 12(2): 151-162

Landmark orientation during the approach to the nest in the stingless bee Trigona (Tetragonisca) angustula (Apidae, Meliponinae). Insectes Sociaux, 404: 381-389

Landowner characteristics associated with willingness to try beaver control. Southern journal of applied forestry 16(3): 138-139

Lands, species and forest policies. Revista de Estudios Agro Sociales ( 164): 23-42

Landsat MSS classification of fire fuel types in Wood Buffalo National Park, Northern Canada. Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters 4(2): 33-39

Landsat TM data processing techniques for identifying and delineating environmental impacts of coal mining. ITC Journal ( 2): 155-162

Landscape and biotopic distribution and ecological characteristics of carabids (Coleoptera, Carabidae) of Ciscaucasia and northern slopes of the central Caucasus. Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 72(1): 11-38

Landscape and climatic control of woody vegetation in a dry tropical ecosystem: Turkana District, Kenya. Journal of Biogeography 20(4): 383-398

Landscape and ecological UHF diagnostics of interaction processes in the water body-drainage area system. Water Resources 22(1): 101-105

Landscape and fire in Brittany heathlands. Landscape & Urban Planning 31(1-3): 81-88

Landscape and land use in the work of Adalbert Stifter. Beitrage fur Forstwirtschaft und Landschaftsokologie 28(3): 136-138

Landscape changes as visible indicators in the social, economic and political process of soil erosion: a case study of the municipality of Puebla de Valles (Guadalajara Province), Spain. Land Degradation and Rehabilitation 6(3): 149-161

Landscape changes in mountain areas due to depopulation. Cellulosa e Carta 45(5/6): 60-65

Landscape changes in the Luneburg Heath 1770-1985, documented and analysed on the basis of historical maps. Archives of Nature Conservation and Landscape Research 33(2): 85-139

Landscape diversity and land use planning: a case study in Bavaria. Landscape and Urban Planning 31(1/3): 387-398

Landscape dynamics in crown fire ecosystems. Landscape Ecology 9(1): 59-77

Landscape ecological planning and the future countryside: a research note. Landscape Research 19(2): 88-94

Landscape ecological principles and sustainable agriculture. Integrated crop protection: towards sustainability? Proceedings of a symposium, Edinburgh, UK, 11-14 September 1995 [chaired by McKinlay, R G; Atkinson, D]: 247-254

Landscape ecology and biogeography. Progress in Physical Geography 19(1): 18-34

Landscape ecology and diversity patterns in the seasonal tropics from landsat TM imagery. Ecological Applications 5(2): 386-394

Landscape ecology of arboviruses in southern California: patterns in the epizootic dissemination of western equine encephalomyelitis and St. Louis encephalitis viruses in Coachella Valley, 1991-1992. Journal of Medical Entomology 32(3): 267-275

Landscape ecology of arboviruses in southern California: temporal and spatial patterns of vector and virus activity in Coachella Valley, 1990-1992. Journal of Medical Entomology 32(3): 255-266

Landscape evaluation and planning in the Veneto region. Medit 5(4): 42-48

Landscape evolution and shallow groundwater hydrology of a till landscape in central Iowa. Soil Science Society of America journal 59(5): 1370-1377

Landscape forestry. Landscape forestry: xv + 239 pp.

Landscape framework to predict phenological events for gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) management programs. Environmental Entomology 24(1): 10-18

Landscape installation firms: I. Business characteristics and trends affecting industry performance. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 13(1): 31-34

Landscape installation firms: II. Source of plant material. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 13(1): 35-39

Landscape irrigation design. Landscape irrigation design: 217 pp.

Landscape mensuration and the principles of forest-park management. Landshaftnaya taksatsiya s osnovami lesoparkovogo ustroistva: 95 pp.

Landscape patterns of abundance of Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) on Shelter Island, New York. Journal of Medical Entomology 31(6): 875-879

Landscape pest monitoring methods and training managers to use them. Journal of Arboriculture 21(1): 1-6

Landscape plants for the Inland Northwest. Extension Bulletin Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture and Home Economics, Washington State University ( EB1579): ii + 70 pp.

Landscape plants for the inland northwest. Extension Bulletin Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture and Home Economics, Washington State University ( EB1579 (revised)): 68 pp.

Landscape-engineering work on gullies developing in clayey soils. Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Lesnoi Zhurnal ( 6): 13-19

Landscape-level habitat use by brown-headed cowbirds in Vermont. Journal of Wildlife Management 59(4): 631-637

Landscape-level management of migratory birds: looking past the trees to see the forest. Wildlife Society Bulletin 23(3): 420-429

Landscape-scale changes in indicators of soil quality due to cultivation in Saskatchewan, Canada. Geoderma 64(1-2): 1-19

Landscape-scale estimates of dinitrogen fixation by Pisum sativum by nitrogen-15 natural abundance and enriched isotope dilution. Biology and fertility of soils0(1): 33-40

Landscapes and livelihoods. Environmental and socioeconomic dimensions of small-scale irrigation. Land Use Policy 11(4): 294-308

Landscaping aspects in establishment of new forests. Gozdarski Vestnik 36(6): 249-259

Landscaping for environmental recovery. A study case in Florence. Acta Horticulturae ( 353): 97-107

Landscaping with Dryandra. Australian Plants 18(141): 3-10

Landslides triggered by the rainstorm of May 21-22, 1991, Jamaica. Jamaican Journal of Science and Technology 2(1): 1-13

Landslides. Proceedings of the sixth international symposium, 10-14, February 1992 Christchurch Volume: 3. Landslides Proceedings of the sixth international symposium, 10-14, February 1992 Christchurch Volume: 3: xii + pp. 1499-2194

Landslides: Seventh International Conference & Field Workshop 28 August-15 September 1993. Landslides: Seventh International Conference and Field Workshop 28 August 15 September 1993: 320 pp.

Landuse - water quality modelling: a case study. Water Science and Technology 31(8): 383-386

Language accommodation in Javanese-Komering interaction in South Sumatra. Antara Kita ( 42): 1-5

Language, culture and heritage - words, words, words. Tourism and leisure: towards the millennium Volume 1: tourism and leisure culture, heritage and participation: 83-92

Lanostanoid triterpenes from Ganoderma applanatum. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 35(5): 1305-1308

Lanosterol derivatives from Phellinus torulosus. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 35(6): 1523-1526

Lanosterol oligosaccharides from the plants of the subfamily Scilloideae and their antitumor-promoter activity. Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin 42(2): 327-332

Lantana as a potential manure for brown sarson. Annals of Agricultural Research 15(4): 497-498

Lantana camara. Australian Journal of Medical Herbalism 7(1): 5-9

Lantana, or red sage (Lantana camara L., ), notorious weed and popular garden flower; some cases of poisoning in Florida. Economic Botany 48(3): 259-270

Lantanoside: a novel monocyclic C10 iridoid glucoside from Viburnum lantana. Planta Medica 59(7): A601-A602

Laparoscopic anatomy of the equine abdomen. American Journal of Veterinary Research 56(4): 518-531

Laparoscopic diagnosis in 13 cases of left abomasal displacement in cows. Proceedings 18th World Buiatrics Congress: 26th Congress of the Italian Association of Buiatrics, Bologna, Italy, August 29 September 2, 1994 Volume 2: 1231-1234

Laparoscopic intrauterine insemination in the bitch. Theriogenology 43(3): 615-623

Laparoscopic repair of a bladder rupture in a foal. Veterinary Surgery 24(1): 60-63

Laparoscopic treatment of hydatid cysts of the liver. Surgical Endoscopy 8(9): 1103-1104

Laparoscopy and ultrasonography in animal reproduction research. Strengthening research on animal reproduction and disease diagnosis in Asia through the application of immunoassay techniques: Proceedings of the Final Research Co ordination Meeting, Bangkok, Thailand, 1-5 February 1993: 101-106

Laparoscopy of griseofulvin-induced liver injury presenting a wide depression. Endoscopy 26(5): 514-515

Lara's innings: a Caribbean moment. Race and Class 36(4): 31-42

Larch dieback. Lesnicka Prace 72(3): 66, 72-74

Larch tannin adhesive for particleboard. Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 53(1): 17-19

Larcher's definition of plant stress: a valuable principle for metabolic adaptability research. Revista Brasileira de Fisiologia Vegetal 5(2): 209-216

Large area mapping of soil moisture using the ESTAR passive microwave radiometer in Washita'92. Remote Sensing of Environment 54(1): 27-37

Large colon impaction in horses: 147 cases (1985-1991). Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 206(5): 679-685

Large commercial farmers and land reform in Africa: the case of Zimbabwe. Large commercial farmers and land reform in Africa: the case of Zimbabwe: xii + 139 pp.

Large compressive deformation in wood. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 39(8): 867-874

Large equine blastocysts are damaged by vitrification procedures. Reproduction, Fertility, and Development 7(1): 113-117

Large granular lymphocyte leukemia in a ferret. Veterinary Clinical Pathology 24(1): 6-10

Large granules, nests or bands: methods of increasing efficiency of fall-applied urea for small cereal grains in North America. Fertilizer Research 38(1): 61-87

Large increase in production at Arla's Stockholm Dairy. Nordisk Mejeriinformation 21(5): 140, 142-144

Large markets and small profits: a sociological interpretation of Javanese petty trade. Traditional marketing systems: proceedings of an international workshop, Feldafing, July 6th to 8th, 1992: 48-61

Large mink produce fewer kits. Dansk Pelsdyravl 58(8): 317

Large planting stock - use and production. Forst und Holz 49(4): 96-97

Large scale collection of viable infective larvae of Loa loa. Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 46(3): 203-204

Large scale cultivation of Hydrogenobacter thermophilus on hydrogen. Letters in Applied Microbiology 21(5): 277-281

Large scale spatial patterns of conifer diseases in the Bighorn Mountains, Wyoming. Research Note Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( RM-523): 8 pp.

Large scale survey of bovine babesiosis due to Babesia divergens in France. Veterinary Record 136(2): 36-38

Large scale yard waste composting. BioCycle 34(9): 30-32

Large supplements of nicotinic acid and nicotinamide increase tissue NAD+ and poly(ADP-ribose) levels but do not affect diethylnitrosamine-induced altered hepatic foci in Fischer-344 rats. Journal of Nutrition 125(6): 1455-1461

Large-eddy simulation of turbulent flow above and within a forest. Boundary-Layer Meteorology 61(1-2): 47-80

Large-flowered Rhododendron (Rhododendron x catawbiense michx.) as pot plants. Rhododendron und Immergrune Laubgeholze Jahrbuch: 92-98

Large-scale aquifer sensitivity model. Environmental Geology 24(1): 34-42

Large-scale arable farms and irrigation. Examples from Vienne. Cahiers Agricultures 2(6): 406-414

Large-scale composting of biosolids and yard trimmings. BioCycle 36(10): 40,42,44,46

Large-scale cultivation of Spirulina in seawater based culture medium. Botanica Marina 36(2): 99-102

Large-scale evaluation of Bacillus sphaericus C3-41 local products for controlling Culex quinquefasciatus in urban area. Chinese Journal of Parasitic Disease Control 7(2): 123-127

Large-scale headcut erosion testing. Transactions of the ASAE 38(2): 429-434

Large-scale mapping of soils for agroecological land classification. Eurasian Soil Science 26(6): 60-75

Large-scale migrations of the green oak tortrix Tortrix viridana and of its specialized parasitoid Dirophanes invisor. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 72(4): 74-79

Large-scale performance of transgenic tobacco plants resistant to both tobacco mosaic virus and cucumber mosaic virus. The biosafety results of field tests of genetically modified plants and microorganisms Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium, Monterey, California, USA, 13-16 November, 1994: 49-55

Large-scale preparation and application of caseinomacropeptide. ACS symposium series: 28) 211-220

Large-scale production of anthocyanin by Aralia cordata cell suspension cultures. Applied microbiology and biotechnology 40(2-3): 215-218

Large-scale production of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis virus in cell culture on microcarriers. Acta Virologica 37(1): 73-78

Large-scale production of yama-udo (Aralia cordata) using adventitious embryo culture. International Plant Propagators' Society: Combined Proceedings 1995; 44: 232-233

Large-scale protoplast isolation and regeneration of Arabidopsis thaliana. Biotechniques 18(4): 640-643

Large-scale seed priming techniques and their integration with crop protection treatments. Martin, T [Editor] British Crop Protection Council Monograph; Seed treatment: Progress and prospects 353-362

Large-scale shrimp farming in coastal wetlands of Venezuela, South America: causes and consequences of land-use conflicts. Environmental Management. Sept-Oct; 185: 647-661

Large-scale spraying of bednets to control mosquito vectors and malaria in Sichuan, China. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 73(3): 321-328

Large-scale wetland-restoration of the Ronde Venen, The Netherlands. Water Science and Technology 31(8): 197-205

Large-scale, cost-effective screening of PCR products in marker-assisted selection applications. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 91(3): 465-470

Large-size advantage and assessment of resource holding potential in male Polistes fuscatus (F.) (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Animal Behaviour 48(5): 1231-1234

Larger grain borer (Prostephanus truncatus) outbreak in western Nigeria. FAO Plant Protection Bulletin 40(4): 170-173

Larousse dictionary of science and technology. Larousse dictionary of science and technology: xii + 1236 pp.

Larva lights: a decade of photoaffinity labeling with juvenile hormone analogues. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 24(8): 747-761

Larva migrans that affect the mouth. Oral Surgery Oral Medicine Oral Pathology 77(4): 362-367

Larvae of Glyphipteryx sp. (Lepidoptera: Glyphipterygidae) in galls of Hyptis urticoides (Lamiales: Labiatae). Revista de Biologia Tropical 41(3B): 887-888

Larvae of Pamphilius alnicola (Hymenoptera, Pamphiliidae), gregarious leaf-rollers on Alnus hirsuta. Japanese Journal of Entomology 61(3): 546

Larvae of Phthorimaea operculella (Zell.) as affected by various strains of Bacillus thuringiensis. Journal of Applied Entomology 119(3): 241-243

Larvae of cestode parasites of Ondatra zibethicus in the Czech Republic. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae, Facultas Agronomica 40(3/4): 235-243

Larvae of ephydrid flies from the genera Notophila Fll, and Dichaeta Mg. (Diptera, Ephydridae) and their significance for the understanding of the systematic position of these genera. Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 72(1): 222-231

Larvae of mosquitoes from the genus Culex L. (Diptera, Culicidae) new for China and Vietnam. Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 70(2): 455-461

Larvae of the genus Atherix Meigen, 1803 (Diptera, Athericidae) in streams of Czechoslovakia. Casopis Slezskeho Muzea Serie A, Vedy Prirodni 42(1): 21-29

Larvae of the polar emperor moth feed on pecan leaves. Inligtingsbulletin Instituut vir Tropiese en Subtropiese Gewasse ( 250): 8-9

Larvae, their damage and associated parasitoids in Eucalyptus cloeziana reforestations in the Vale do Rio Doce (MG). Revista Brasileira de Entomologia 37(1): 1-13

Larval Gnathostoma nipponicum found in the imported Chinese loaches. Korean Journal of Parasitology 31(4): 347-352

Larval abundance of Chironomus circumdatus in relation to biotic and abiotic factors. Hydrobiologia 246(3): 205-212

Larval age affects resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis in diamondback moth (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae). Journal of Economic Entomology 88(4): 788-792

Larval age differences and competition between Drosophila aldrichi and D. buzzatii. Ecological Entomology 20(1): 60-64

Larval and pupal parasitoids of Spodoptera frugiperda (Smith) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in Central America with a key to species found in Honduras. CEIBA 34(1): 33-56

Larval biology of six filariae of the sub-family Onchocercinae in a vertebrate host. Parasite 1(3): 241-254

Larval chaetotaxy of three species of genus Harmonia Mulsant (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) and phylogenetic relationship amongst its species. Elytron 5: 39-46

Larval competition in Chrysomya megacephala (Diptera, Calliphoridae): estimation of losses in biomass and fecundity and calculation of food conversion into biomass. Revista Brasileira de Entomologia 37(4): 793-802

Larval descriptions of three Asian watermites (Acari: Hydrachnida): Diplodontus haliki Lundblad, Limnochares crinita Koenike and Hydryphantes incertus Koenike. International Journal of Acarology. December 1; 194: 355-363

Larval development and mortality rate in the screwworm fly Wohlfahrtia magnifica (Schiner, 1862) (Diptera: Sarcophagidae). Research and Reviews in Parasitology 1993; 52(1-2): 27-32

Larval development of Blaesoxipha pachytyli (Skuse) (Diptera: Sarcophagidae), a parasite of grasshoppers and locusts (Orthoptera: Acrididae) in Australasia. Journal of the Australian Entomological Society. 31 May; 342: 129-133

Larval development variation and adult emergence in the chestnut weevil Curculio elephas Gyllenhal (Col., Curculionidae). Journal of Applied Entomology. May; 1194: 279-284

Larval diapause in Fannia canicularis (L.). Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Insect Pests in the Urban Environment: 215-220

Larval diet influence on oviposition behaviour in Spodoptera littoralis. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 74(1): 71-82

Larval digenetic trematodes from fresh water fish in River Miryang, Korea. Japanese Journal of Parasitology. April; 442: 112-118

Larval distribution of Toxocara canis in BALB/c mice at nine weeks and one year post-inoculation. Journal of Helminthology 68(4): 359-360

Larval nematode infection and diarrhoea in lambs. Veterinary Record 137(16): 412-412

Larval parasitism of orangestriped oakworm (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae) in the urban shade tree environment. Biological Control 3(2): 127-134

Larval parasitoids of Diatraea saccharalis in Tucuman. Revista Industrial y Agricola de Tucuman 68(1/2): 117-129

Larval population levels of Bactrocera (Dacus) oleae Gmelin. originating from females in the presence of small quantities of receptive fruit. Boletin de Sanidad Vegetal, Plagas 20(1): 119-130

Larval stages of 17 rare and poorly known British hoverflies (Diptera: Syrphidae). Journal of Natural History, 254: 945-969

Larval stages of Rhammatocerus schistocercoides (Rehn, 1906), pest grasshopper of the state of Mato Grosso, Brazil (Orthoptera, Acrididae). Bulletin de la Societe Entomologique de France 99(5): 525-535

Larval survival of the phytophagous ladybird, Epilachna yasutomii (Coleoptera, Coccinellidae), on the blue cohosh, Caulophyllum robustum (Ranunculales, Berberidaceae), grown under different environmental conditions. Ecological Research. April; 91: 37-45

Larval-adult oviduct transformation in an insect (Oncopeltus fasciatus): cytological study. Tissue and Cell 26(5): 785-795

Larvicidal activity of spores, crystals and mixtures of spores and crystals of Bacillus thuringiensis to Spodoptera exempta and hydrolysis of the crystals. Parasitica 49(1/2): 17-25

Larvicidal activity of the entomopathogenic fungus Tolypocladium cylindrosporum (Deuteromycotina: Hyphomycetes) on the mosquito Aedes triseriatus and the black fly Simulium vittatum (Diptera: Simuliidae). Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 10(4): 487-491

Larvicidal and antifeeding activities of oriental medicinal plant extracts against Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera: Yponomeutidae) and Spodoptera litura (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Korean Journal of Applied Entomology 33(4): 225-229

Larvicidal and sporal behaviour of Bacillus sphaericus 2362 in carrageenan microcapsules. Journal of Controlled Release 33(2): 245-251

Larvicidal effects of benzoylphenylureas against the lesser mealworm (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae): quantitative structure-activity relationships. Journal of Entomological Science 30(3): 324-332

Larvicidal effects of boric acid and disodium octaborate tetrahydrate to cat fleas (Siphonaptera: Pulicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology 32(4): 424-427

Larvicidal potential of five Philippine plants against Aedes aegypti (Linnaeus) and Culex quinquefasciatus (Say). Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health 25(4): 755-759

Larviposition response of Myiopharus doryphorae (Diptera: Tachinidae) to Colorado potato beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) larvae treated with lethal and sublethal doses of Bacillus thuringiensis Berliner subsp. tenebrionis. Journal of Economic Entomology 88(4): 870-874

Laryngeal and tracheal lesions of fowl pox in laying hens. Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology 16(1): 33-34

Lasalocid residues in poultry tissues. Zycie Weterynaryjne 69(6): 242-244

Laser ablation of the mouse zona pellucida for blastomere biopsy. Journal of Assisted Reproduction & Genetics 12(7): 462-466

Laser altimeter measurements at Walnut Gulch Watershed, Arizona. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 50(5): 440-442

Laser biostimulation of rhizogenesis on green cuttings of beech (Fagus sylvatica). Nauka za Gorata 27(1): 47-53

Laser incising of wood. Impregnation of columns with water-soluble dye. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 40(12): 1381-1388

Laser irradiation of goose eggs. Ptitsevodstvo ( 3): 21

Laser micromanipulators for biotechnology and genome research. Journal of Biotechnology 35(2-3): 109-120

Laser photocoagulation for neovascular lesions nasal to the fovea. Results from clinical trials for lesions secondary to ocular histoplasmosis or idiopathic causes. Archives of Ophthalmology 113(1): 56-61

Laser processing of wood. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 41(8): 703-709

Laser scanner for erosion plot measurements. Transactions of the ASAE 38(3): 703-710

Laser scanning for the detection of twist or warp in pencil slats. Forest products journal 43(2): 29-36

Laser-induced red chlorophyll fluorescence signatures as nutrient stress indicator in rice plants. Remote Sensing of Environment 47(1): 45-50

Laser-mediated gene transfer in rice. Physiologia Plantarum 93(1): 19-24

Last stages in the biosynthesis of antirrhinoside. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 39(3): 549-551

Late Cainozoic vegetation history of north-western Australia, from the palynology of a deep sea core (ODP Site 765). Australian Journal of Botany 42(1): 95-102

Late Cretaceous forests buried in situ (Dzhirakuduk, central Kizyl-kum desert). Botanicheskii Zhurnal 80(1): 11-23 + 4 plates

Late Pleistocene soil formation on coastal lowlands of northern Yakutia. Eurasian Soil Science 27(5): 19-32

Late Quaternary geomorphology and soils in Crater Flat, Yucca Mountain area, southern Nevada. Geological Society of America Bulletin 107(4): 379-395

Late autumn culture of cauliflower. Wide choice: six front runners. Proeftuinnieuws 3(23): 36-37

Late blight (Phytophthora infestans) on tomato in the tropics. Mycologist 9(2): 87-89

Late blight of potato. International Journal of Tropical Plant Diseases 11(1): 17-42

Late blowing of Provolone cheese and use of lysozyme. Mondo del Latte 47(1): 19-20, 25-28

Late cardiac manifestation of infection with Borrelia burgdorferi (Lyme disease). Bmj 307(6897): 173-173

Late cropping of strawberries - cropping technique and profitability. Obst und Weinbau 130(12): 260-262

Late fall site-specific soil nitrate upper limits for groundwater protection purposes. Journal of Environmental Quality 24(4): 725-733

Late spring frost and postfrost clipping effect on corn growth and yield. Journal of production agriculture 8(2): 203-209

Late spring frost irrigation, reliably better. Fruitteelt Den Haag 84(10): 18-19

Late stages in the biosynthesis of aucubin in Scrophularia. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 33(5): 1089-1093

Late thinning of Pinus kesiya in Madagascar. Bois et Forets des Tropiques ( 241): 5-28

Late-gas problem in processed cheese. Veterinary Medical Journal Giza 42(1(A)): 107-109

Late-season foliar fertilization of cotton with nitrogen. Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Series 0(425): 84-86

Late-season termination effects on cotton fruiting, yield, and boll weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) damage in Texas dryland cotton. Journal of Economic Entomology 87(6): 1647-1652

Lateness lines with ef-1 alleles produced from a cross between two early rice varieties having Ef-1 alleles. Special Publication Taichung District Agricultural Improvement Station ( 35): 101-108

Latent Q fever in cattle in southern Moravia (Czech Republic). Central European Journal of Public Health 2(2): 91-94

Latent bovine herpesvirus 1 infection in calves protected by colostral immunity. Veterinary Record 137(3): 70-71

Latent diploid parthenogenesis and parthenote cleavage in egg-equivalents of Norway spruce. International Journal of Plant Sciences 155(6): 677-688

Latent hypovitaminosis. Journal of the Chinese Nutrition Society 19(1): 1-8

Latent infection by bacterial blight in Lara. Its importance and detection. FONAIAP Divulga 10(43): 8-10

Latent infection of Brassicaceae in the field by Leptosphaeria maculans (blackleg). Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 17(1): 75-81

Latent infection with bovine herpesvirus type 1. Seminars in Virology 5(3): 233-240

Latent infections in the pre- and postharvest environment. Hortscience 29(7): 749-751

Latent leishmanicidal activity of quinazolinones and 1,2,4-triazoloquinazolinones. Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters 4(17): 2087-2090

Latent penetration of the potatoes by Colletotrichum coccodes (Wallr.) Hughes - its elimination by shoot tip culture and its recontamination in the field. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection 28(1): 23-27

Latent polyphenism and direct development in Pieris virginiensis (Pieridae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 49(1): 84-87

Later thinnings in Scots pine stands in southern Karelia. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 2): 15-16

Lateral and vertical bromide ion transport in a Piedmont landscape. Soil Science Society Of America Journal. 58(3): 967-974

Lateral difference in body dimension in the elderly. Age and Nutrition 4(3): 138-142

Lateral forces acting on frame-saw blades, and their influence on sawing accuracy. Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Lesnoi Zhurnal ( 5): 82-89

Lateral hypothalamic dopaminergic neural activity in response to total parenteral nutrition. Surgery 114(2): 400-5; Discussion 405-6

Lateral hypothalamus and regulation of feed intake - stereotaxic studies on the domestic pig. Lateraler Hypothalamus und Regulation der Nahrungsaufnahme Stereotaktische Untersuchungen am Hausschwein: 99 pp. + xxxv

Lateral load bearing strength of wire nails in plywood-to-solid wood composite joints for partially prefabricated structures. Indian Forester 121(5): 390-420

Lateral oscillating veneer peeling of softwoods I. The effect of knife oscillation on veneer surface roughness. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 41(1): 25-30

Lateral oscillating veneer peeling of softwoods II. The effect of knife oscillation on lathe checks. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 41(5): 454-458

Lateral parabrachial subnucleus lesions abolish feeding induced by mercaptoacetate but not by 2-deoxy-D-glucose. American Journal of Physiology 265(5 Pt 2): R1168-R1178

Lateral pressures during filling of a full-scale grain bin. Transactions of the ASAE 38(3): 919-926

Lateral root formation in pine seedlings. I. Sources of stimulating and inhibitory substances. Trees: Structure and Function 8(6): 268-272

Lateral root formation in pine seedlings. II. The role of assimilates. Trees: Structure and Function 8(6): 273-277

Lateral root grafts to change the cultivar of pecan trees. 83rd Annual report, Northern Nut Growers' Association: 1993; 78-87

Lateral solute mixing in homogeneous and layered sand columns. Geoderma 63(2): 109-121

Lateral spread of the aetiologic agent(s) of hydropericardium syndrome in broiler chickens. Veterinary Record 136(5): 118-120

Lateral strengths of drift-pin joints in perpendicular to the grain loadings II. Effects of test methods on maximum loads. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 38(12): 1111-1118

Lateral strengths of drift-pin joints in perpendicular to the grain loadings III. Estimation of yield loads by european yield theory. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 39(12): 1386-1392

Lateral variation in the concentration of chlorsulfuron residues in a sod-podzolic soil. Eurasian Soil Science 26(11): 107-112

Laterites: concepts, geology, morphology and chemistry. Laterites: concepts, geology, morphology and chemistry: x + 169 pp.

Lateritic bauxite profiles of South-western and Southern India-characteristics and tectonic significance. Current Science 64(11/12): 919-923

Lateritic soils of Kutch and Gujarat. Red and lateritic soils of India resource appraisal and management: 57-36

Laterization processes and supergene ore formation. Catena 21(2/3): 290 pp.

Latest in new technologies, products and processes shown at IDFA's latest International Dairy Show. Modern Dairy 74(1): 13-16

Latex agglutination test negative cryptococcal meningitis in an immuno-competent individual: a case report. Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery 96(3): 250-253

Latex diagnosis. Plantations Recherche Developpement 2(2): 33-37

Latex plants, a source of methane. Biofutur ( 136): 25-28

Lathraea clandestina. New Plantsman 2(1): 5-9

Lathyrane and Ingenane Diterpenoids from Euphorbia micractina. Planta Medica 60(6): 588-589

Latin America's private seed industry and the challenge of genetic engineering. Biotechnology and Development Monitor (17): 16-17

Latin American insects and entomology. Latin American insects and entomology: xiv + 536 pp.

Latin American oil consumption increasing. INFORM International News on Fats, Oils and Related Materials 5(10): 1102-1116

Latitudinal body-size gradients for the bees of the eastern United States. Ecological Entomology 20(2): 195-198

Latitudinal clines of allelic frequencies in Mediterranean populations of Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann). Genetics Selection Evolution (Paris): 273: 201-210

Latitudinal differences in sex chromosome inversions, sex linked allozymes, and mitochondrial DNA variation in Drosophila pseudoobscura. Genetica 92(1): 67-74

Latitudinal pattern of mountain vegetation zonation in southern and eastern Asia. Journal of Vegetation Science 4(1): 13-18

Latitudinal patterns in consumption of woody plants by snowshoe hares in the eastern United States. Oikos 70(3): 427-434

Latitudinal patterns in leaf litter breakdown: is temperature really important?. Freshwater Biology. October; 322: 401-411

Latrine use in rural Sarawak, Malaysia. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health 24(1): 40-42

Latrodectus mactans (black widow spider) envenomation: an unusual cause for abdominal pain in pregnancy. Obstetrics and Gynecology 83(5 Pt 2): 830-831

Latvia: agrarian reform and production systems in the transition to a market economy. Land Reform, Land Settlement and Cooperatives1993; ( 1992/93): 28-49

Launch of a legislative guide. Chevre ( 195): 9

Launching a beekeeping enterprise in Palau. Bee World 76(3): 160-162

Laundry brighteners and amebic cysts. New England Journal of Medicine 331(21): 1459-1459

Law of the Russian Federation on breeding achievements. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya ( 5): 126-138

Laws and programs for controlling nonpoint source pollution in forest areas. Water resources bulletin 29(1): 1-13

Laws governing the kinetics of renneting of milk. Molochnaya Promyshlennost' ( 8): 24-26

Laws of the distribution of the volumes of log bundles and the yield of assortments after cross-cutting the bundles. Lesosechnye, lesoskladskie raboty i transport lesa mezhvuzovskii sbornik nauchnykh trudov: 19-23

Laxative activity of Cassia alata. Fitoterapia 64(5): 437-439

Lay discourses of the rural: developments and implications for rural studies. Journal of Rural Studies 11(1): 35-49

Layer charge characteristics of smectites in salt-affected soils in Alberta, Canada. Clays and Clay Minerals 43(1): 78-84

Layer charge of expandable 2:1 phyllosilicates in selected parent materials of some Canadian soils. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 74(3): 291-299

Layer farms in the West Bank. Tropenlandwirt 95(OCTOBER): 135-144

Layered coatings to control weight loss and preserve gloss of citrus fruit. HortScience: a ication of the American Society for Horticultural Science 30(2): 296-298

Laying hen responses to acute heat stress and carbon dioxide supplementation: II. Changes in plasma enzymes, metabolites and electrolytes. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A, Physiology 112(1): 119-122

Laying hens: 12 years of experience with new husbandry systems in Switzerland. Laying hens: 12 years of experience with new husbandry systems in Switzerland: 1-32

Laying liquid sewage sludge in growing hybrid poplar stands. II. Erdeszeti es Faipari Tudomanyos Kozlemenyek 1989; ( 1-2): 69-80

Leachability of creosote : fuel oil (1:1) wood preservative in marine environment. Journal of the Timber Development Association of India 38(3): 42-45

Leaching and persistence of atrazine in two soils of Mauritius. Revue Agricole et Sucriere de l' Ile Maurice 71(2/3): 332-338

Leaching and surface transportation of pesticides in lysimeter experiments and runoff plots. Norwegian Journal of Agricultural Sciences Supplement 0(13): 43-51

Leaching and uptake of nitrogen and phosphorus from cow slurry and fox manure in a lysimeter trial. Agricultural Science in Finland 4(4): 363-375

Leaching and water flow patterns in every-furrow and alternate-furrow irrigation. Soil Science Society of America journal 58(5): 1511-1517

Leaching fraction and fertilization effects on growth of three woody legumes inoculated with rhizobia. Hortscience 30(1): 72-73

Leaching loss from oxytetracycline medicated feeds. Journal of Applied Aquaculture 4(1): 29-38

Leaching losses and plant uptake of nitrogen in soilless media containing ground kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus L.) stem core. Journal of Horticultural Science 70(5): 833-840

Leaching losses and recovery of nitrogen by rice in Hapludalfs. Indian Journal of Hill Farming 5(1): 61-63

Leaching losses during decomposition of mangrove leaf litter. South African Journal of Botany 59(1): 21-25

Leaching losses of norflurazon through Mississippi river alluvial soil. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 50(3): 441-448

Leaching losses of nutritive elements under application of various nitrogen fertilizers. Russian Agricultural Sciences ( 7): 27-32

Leaching of Mg fertilizers in Puerto Rican Ultisols. Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 77(3/4): 167-180

Leaching of acid from the topsoil of raised beds on acid sulphate soils in the Mekong delta of Vietnam. Selected papers of the Ho Chi Minh City Symposium on acid sulphate soils, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam, March 1992: 241-246

Leaching of bromacil and norflurazon as affected by herbicide mixture. Journal of Environmental Quality 24(5): 970-972

Leaching of copper from its sulphide and oxide ore by two indigenous bacteria. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 32(10): 702-705

Leaching of dichlorprop and nitrate in structured soil. Environmental Pollution 87(2): 189-195

Leaching of dissolved organic carbon in soil following anhydrous ammonia application. Biology & Fertility of Soils 19(1): 10-14

Leaching of four different antibacterials from oil- and alginate-coated fish-feed pellets. Aquaculture Research 26(8): 549-556

Leaching of herbicides in soil macropores as a possible reason for groundwater contamination. Walker, A. , Allen, R. , Bailey, S. W. , Blair, A. M. , Brown, C. D. , Guenther, P. , Leake, C. R. , Nicholls, P. H. British Crop Protection Council Monograph; Pesticide Movement To Water. 217-222

Leaching of hexachlorocyclohexane isomers in a flooded field unplanted or planted to rice. Water Air & Soil Pollution 81(3-4): 305-313

Leaching of metals and nitrate from composted sewage sludge. Bulletin Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station ( 923): 46 pp.

Leaching of nitrate from a sandy loam soil under corn and two N-fertilizations. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin 4(4): 250-255

Leaching of nitrate, atrazine, and metribuzin from sugarcane in southern Louisiana. Journal of Environmental Quality 24(4): 684-690

Leaching of nitric nitrogen and companion cations. A reference situation: the wet Atlantic weather; a few elements of comparison with other French situations. Comptes Rendus de l' Academie d' Agriculture de France 81(4): 55-70

Leaching of nitrogen from permanent grassland treated with cattle slurry. Journal of Agronomy & Crop Science 170(2): 84-90

Leaching of nutrient elements from loamy sod-podzolic dry meadow soils. Eurasian Soil Science 26(5): 104-112

Leaching of pesticides from clayey soils. Comparison of simulated and determined concentrations. International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry 58(1-4): 215-230

Leaching of phenoxyacids in clay and sand soils. SP Rapport Statens Planteavlsforsog ( 3): 71-87

Leaching of phenoxyalkanoic acid herbicides from farmland. Science of the Total Environment 168(1): 11-18

Leaching of phorate and carbofuran in soil as affected by zinc. Indian Journal of Ecology 17(2): 132-135

Leaching of potassium and calcium plus magnesium as influenced by pH. Revista Brasileira de Ciencia do Solo 19(1): 145-148

Leaching of salt from a heavy clay subsoil under simulated rainfall conditions. Agricultural Water Management 27(3-4): 321-329

Leaching of simazine and atrazine from an industrial area to a water source. A long term case study. Norwegian Journal of Agricultural Sciences (Supp 13): 79-88

Leaching of slags and ashes - controlling factors in field experiments versus in laboratory tests. Environmental aspects of construction with waste materials Proceedings Maastricht, The Netherlands, 1-3 June, 1994: 39-54

Lead accumulation and toxicity in Vallisneria spiralis (L.) and Hydrilla verticillata (l.f.) Royle. Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A, Environmental Science and Engineering 29(3): 503-516

Lead accumulation in soil and grass in the city of Szczecin. Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych Seria A, Produkcja Roslinna 111(1/2): 189-195

Lead and cadmium contamination in dairy products and its repercussion on total dietary intake. Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry 43(6): 1605-1609

Lead and cadmium contents in meat and liver produced in Finland in 1991. Trace elements in man and animals TEMA 8: Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium on Trace Elements in Man and Animals: 502-503

Lead and cadmium in some berries and vegetables on the Finnish market in 1991-1993. Food Additives and Contaminants 12(2): 263-279

Lead and cadmium levels in human milk and blood. Science of the Total Environment 166(1-3): 149-155

Lead and cadmium pollution of soil fauna in an emission-influenced forest in the neighbourhood of Berlin. Zeitschrift fur Okologie und Naturschutz 4(2): 75-85

Lead and cyanide toxicity in sexually maturing rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss during spermatogenesis. Aquatic Toxicology (Amsterdam) 26(3-4): 225-238

Lead and other potentially toxic heavy metals in soil. Communications in Soil Science & Plant Analysis 25(1-2): 137-141

Lead and tin in tin cans. Var Foda 47(3): 23-29

Lead concentration in farmlands in southern Spain: influence of the use of sewage sludge as fertilizer. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 53(1): 32-38

Lead concentration in vegetable matrices from the Paduan urban area. Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry 41(3/4): 169-174

Lead contamination levels in potable, irrigation and waste waters from an industrial area in southern Spain. Science of the Total Environment 159(1): 17-21

Lead contamination of soils and vegetation in the vicinity of a lead smelter in Nigeria. Science of the Total Environment 172(2-3): 189-195

Lead contamination of vegetation in Plitvice Lakes national park. Poljoprivredna Znanstvena Smotra 57(1): 167-176

Lead content in wine is falling. Var Foda 46(1): 35-41

Lead content of urban soils in China. Journal of Environmental Sciences 6(3): 355-360

Lead distribution in grape berries. American Journal of Enology & Viticulture 45(2): 220-228

Lead in feed and blood of bovines in varied environmental localities. Indian Journal of Veterinary Research 2(2): 34-37

Lead induced changes in glutathione and phytochelatin in Hydrilla verticillata (l.f.) Royle. Chemosphere 30(10): 2011-2020

Lead perturbs 1,25 dihydroxyvitamin D3 modulation of intracellular calcium metabolism in clonal rat osteoblastic (ROS 17/2.8) cells. Life Sciences 54(19): 1395-1402

Lead phosphate formation in soils. Environmental Geochemistry and Health 16(2): 86-86

Lead poisoning in cattle at turnout. Veterinary Record 136(18): 475-476

Lead poisoning of wild ducks caused by lead shots. Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja 49(6): 345-348

Lead removal from soils via bench-scale soil washing techniques. Journal of Environmental Engineering New York 121(10): 700-705

Lead retention and complexation in a magnesium smectite (hectorite). Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 169(2): 400-407

Lead toxicosis in captive houbara bustards (Chlamydotis undulata maqueenii). Veterinary Record 137(8): 193-194

Lead, cadmium and mercury residues in roe deer in Brandenburg. Mengen und Spurenelemente 14 Arbeitstagung, Jena 25/26 November 1994: 420-426

Lead, cadmium, arsenic and zinc in the ecosystem surrounding a lead smelter. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 32(1): 1-20

Lead, follow or get out of the way - gaming is here to stay!. Bottomline 10(1): 10-13, 42

Lead-induced changes of rhizospheric bacterium populations in different root zones. Zentralblatt fuer Mikrobiologie 148(6): 432-440

Leader breakage in upland spruce plantations. Scottish Forestry 47(2): 25-29

Leader management and soil fumigation affect branching and precocity of young apple trees. Hortscience 30(6): 1193-1195

Leader-mRNA junction sequences are unique for each subgenomic mRNA species in the bovine coronavirus and remain so throughout persistent infection. Virology 196(1): 163-171

Leadership and organizational culture: an investigation of Big Ten and Mid-American Conference campus recreation administrations. Journal of Sport Management 9(2): 119-134

Leadership in dietetics: achieving a vision for the future. Leadership in dietetics: achieving a vision for the future: xii + 234 pp.

Leadership, organizational culture, and job satisfaction in Canadian YMCA organizations. Journal of Sport Management 9(2): 182-193

Leading issues in domestic environmental regulation: a review essay. Ecological Economics Amsterdam 12(1): 23-39

Leading structures of plant origin for drug development. Journal Of Ethnopharmacology. 38(2-3): 105-112

Leading urban agriculture into the 21st century: renewed institutional interest. Cities feeding people: an examination of urban agriculture in East Africa [Egziabher, A G; Lee Smith, D; Maxwell, D G; Memon, P A; Mougeot, L J A; Sawio, C J]: 105-115

Leaf CO(2) exchange of Erythrina poeppigiana (Leguminosae: Phaseolae) in humid tropical field conditions. Tree Physiology 15(2): 71-83

Leaf adaptations of some Shorea species to sun and shade. New Phytologist 121(4): 587-596

Leaf age affects composition of herbivore-induced synomones and attraction of predatory mites. Journal of Chemical Ecology 20(2): 373-386

Leaf age affects gas exchange in okra. Hortscience 30(5): 1017-1019

Leaf age composition of evergreen broadleaved trees. Japanese Journal of Ecology (Sendai) 42(2): 137-147

Leaf age-structure effects on plant water use and photosynthesis of two wheat cultivars. New Phytologist 128(2): 331-337

Leaf allometry in young poplar stands: reliability of leaf area index estimation, site and clone effects. Biomass and Bioenergy 4(5): 315-321

Leaf analysis as a guide for potassium nutrition of guava. Annals of Plant Physiology 8(1): 69-72

Leaf analysis finds very low levels of zinc and manganese in Louisiana citrus. Louisiana Agriculture 38(2): 27-29

Leaf analysis in Brazil - present and perspectives. 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: 570-574

Leaf analysis norms for lemons. 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: 551-552

Leaf analysis norms for minor elements approved. Fruitteelt Den Haag 84(6): 17-19

Leaf anatomical responses to light in five tropical Moraceae of different successional status. American Journal of Botany 81(12): 1582-1591

Leaf anatomical studies of Eugenia L. (Myrtaceae) species from the Malay Peninsula. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 110(2): 137-156

Leaf anatomy and chlorophyll estimates in some mangroves. Indian Forester 121(4): 289-294

Leaf anatomy and water loss of in vitro PEG-treated 'Valiant' grape. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 42(2): 179-184

Leaf anatomy in Caesalpinia and Hoffmannseggia (Leguminosae, Caesalpinioideae) with emphasis on secretory structures. Plant Systematics and Evolution 192(3/4): 231-255

Leaf anatomy of Coffea arabica L. with reference to domatia. Japanese Journal of Crop Science 61(4): 642-650

Leaf anatomy of the Pittosporaceae R. Br. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 110(1): 1-59

Leaf anatomy of two Lycopersicon species with contrasting gas exchange properties. Crop Science 34(1): 108-113

Leaf anatomy, specific mass and water content in congeneric annual and perennial grass species. New Phytologist 128(4): 725-736

Leaf and root mineral composition as well as nitrogen and phosphorous metabolism in apricot seedlings grown under different soil moisture levels. Alexandria Journal of Agricultural Research 38(1): 355-372

Leaf and stem anatomy of species of Cytisophyllum, Cytisus, Chamaecytisus, Genista, and Genista sect. Teline (Fabaceae: Genisteae) as an aid for taxonomy. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 42(3): 213-225

Leaf and stem characteristics in maize strains differing in stem leaf number. Photosynthetica (Prague) 30(3): 381-388

Leaf architecture and its dynamics in the Bombacaeae. Beitrage zur Biologie der Pflanzen 68(2): 169-179

Leaf architecture in relation to taxonomy: Meliaceae. Feddes Repertorium 103(7/8): 535-542

Leaf area and crop growth in relation to phenology of barley in Mediterranean environments. Plant & Soil 148(2): 223-237

Leaf area development in barley-model construction and response to soil moisture status. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 46(5): 845-860

Leaf area estimation in seedlings of mangaba (Hancornia speciosa Gom.). Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 29(4): 593-599

Leaf area index estimation from visible and near-infrared reflectance data. Remote Sensing of Environment 52(1): 55-65

Leaf area index, litterfall and efficiency of a Turkey oak coppice undergoing conversion to high forest. Annali dell' Istituto Sperimentale per la Selvicoltura 1994; 23: 147-166

Leaf area index, transpiration and stem relative turgor in rubber cultivars. Revista de Agricultura Piracicaba 68(1): 43-55

Leaf area of strip-intercropped corn in dry and normal growing seasons. Agronomy Journal 87(3): 569-574

Leaf area profile of two sunflower cultivars given nitrogen fertilizer at different rates and dates. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 29(6): 847-851

Leaf area, chlorophyll content and biomass of tomato plants and their heterotic hybrids under in vitro culture. Photosynthetica (Prague) 30(2): 255-260

Leaf attributes of South African forest species. African Journal of Ecology 33(2): 160-168

Leaf biomass development of wych elm (Ulmus montana). Lesnictvi 39(3-4): 123-128

Leaf blight of coconut palm. Plantations, Recherche, Developpement 1(2): 57-64

Leaf blight of ricebean caused by Macrophomina phaseolina. Indian Journal of Pulses Research 5(1): 93

Leaf blight resistant hybrids of taro. Journal of Root Crops 19(1): 66-68

Leaf bud endodormancy release in peach trees: evaluation of temperature models in temperate and tropical climates. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 67(1-2): 95-113

Leaf carbon and nutrient assimilation and conservation in species of differing successional status in an oligotrophic Amazonian forest. Functional Ecology 9(1): 65-76

Leaf carbon gain simulation for tree seedlings acclimatized to microsite light regimes of a temperate pine forest. Ecological Research 7(2): 187-191

Leaf cell membrane cryostability of citrus plant. 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: 361-363

Leaf characters of tea plants and the breeding of tea varieties. Tea Communications ( 4): 18-21, 41

Leaf chemical composition and nutrient removal by stems of Leucadendron cvv. Silvan Red and Safari Sunset. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 35(4): 547-555

Leaf chemistry and food selection by common langurs (Presbytis entellus) in Rajaji National Park, Uttar Pradesh, India. International Journal of Primatology 15(1): 75-93

Leaf chlorophyll concentration and nitrogen content in soybean plants treated with herbicides. Revista Brasileira de Fisiologia Vegetal 6(1): 7-13

Leaf chlorophyll content as a possible diagnostic mean for the evaluation of plant nitrogen uptake from the soil. Journal of Plant Nutrition 18(7): 1427-1437

Leaf chlorosis in horsegram (Macrotyloma uniflorum (Lam) Verdc) in relation to micronutrient status in plant and soil. Annals of Plant Physiology 8(1): 99-102

Leaf consumption by Trichoplusia orichalcea (Fabricius) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in four soyabean cultivars. African Entomology 2(2): 183-184

Leaf cross sections and phytogeography: a potent combination for identifying members of Festuca subgg. Festuca and Leucopoa (Poaceae), occurring in North America. American Journal of Botany 82(10): 1287-1299

Leaf curl and yellowing viruses of pepper and tomato: an overview. Technical Bulletin Asian Vegetable Research and Development Center ( 21): 51 pp.

Leaf cuticular features of Olea europea: evidence of its presence in archaeological sites. Acta Horticulturae ( 356): 245-248

Leaf cutting ants, their fungus gardens and the formation of basidiomata of Leucoagaricus gongylophorus. Mycologist 8(3): 128-131

Leaf damage decreases pollen production and hinders pollen performance in Cucurbita texana. Ecology (Washington D C) 76(2): 437-443

Leaf demographics, and ecophysiological characteristics and growth of two sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L.) genotypes subjected to water stress. Rivista di Agronomia 27(4): 342-349

Leaf demography in willow short-rotation coppice. Biomass and Bioenergy 5(5): 325-336

Leaf density and a trade-off between load-size selection and recruitment behavior in the ant Atta cephalotes. Oecologia (Berlin) 97(1): 1-8

Leaf development and crown geometry of two iriarteoid palms. American Journal of Botany 82(3): 328-336

Leaf development and phenology of Triticum aestivum and T. durum under different moisture regimes. Plant and Soil 170(2): 377-381

Leaf development on tillers of a tropical grass (Hyparrhenia diplandra): 1. Experimental results. Acta Oecologica 15(5): 577-591

Leaf development, flowering, fruiting and initial growth of 'cagaiteira', in Planaltina, DF. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 30(1): 5-14

Leaf Developmental Age Controls Expression of Genes Encoding Enzymes of Chlorophyll and Heme Biosynthesis in Pea (Pisum sativum L.). Plant Physiology 106(2): 537-546

Leaf disc assay of peroxidase activity in sunflower leaves. Madras Agricultural Journal 80(7): 416-418

Leaf diseases of maize in Monteria, Cordoba. ASCOLFI Informa 20(2): 23-24

Leaf diseases of sugarbeet. Listy Cukrovarnicke a Reparske 110(10): 279-280

Leaf domatia in the section Alaternus (Miller) DC. of the genus Rhamnus (Rhamnaceae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 112(4): 311-318

Leaf dynamics, self-shading and carbon gain in seedlings of a tropical pioneer tree. Oecologia (Berlin) 101(3): 289-298

Leaf elemental concentrations as influenced by growth habit and strains of 'Delicious' apples. Fruit Varieties Journal 49(2): 118-128

Leaf elongation and water relations of mycorrhizal sorghum in response to partial soil drying: two Glomus species at varying phosphorus fertilization. Journal of Experimental Botany 46(284): 297-307

Leaf emergence on potato stems in relation to thermal time. Agronomy Journal 87(3): 474-477

Leaf emergence rate and temperature in early and late spring wheat varieties. Japanese Journal of Crop Science 63(1): 81-88

Leaf Epicuticular Waxes of the Eceriferum Mutants in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology 108(1): 369-377

Leaf epidermal characters of native shrubs of the semiarid, subtropical woodland of Tucuman. Revista Argentina de Produccion Animal 1994; 13(3-4): 201-217

Leaf expansion and shoot elongation of Cornus controversa Hemsley. Japanese Journal of Ecology (Sendai) 42(2): 115-123

Leaf extension rate in two tussock grasses: Effects of water stress and clipping. Acta Oecologica 14(1): 3-15

Leaf feeding by caterpillars on white cabbage cultivars with 2 different 2-propenyl glucosinolate (sinigrin) content. Journal of Applied Entomology 118(2): 197-202

Leaf flavonoids of Taxus brevifolia. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 40(12): 1394-1397

Leaf function dynamics and ecophysiological assessment of two grapevine training systems. Rivista di Frutticoltura e di Ortofloricoltura 56(10): 25-36

Leaf gas exchange of mango (Mangifera indica L.) cuttings during adventitious root formation. Angewandte Botanik 67(1-2): 14-16

Leaf greenness and photosynthetic rates in soybean. Crop Science 35(5): 1411-1414

Leaf growth and utilization in four grass species under steady state continuous grazing. Journal of Agricultural Science 124(3): 403-417

Leaf growth of Qualea grandiflora trees. Revista Brasileira de Botanica 15(2): 85-93

Leaf hairs of Olea europaea protect underlying tissues against ultraviolet-B radiation damage. Environmental & Experimental Botany 33(3): 341-345

Leaf hairs of olive (Olea europaea) prevent stomatal closure by ultraviolet-B radiation. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 21(3): 293-301

Leaf heteroblasty in Pseudopanax crassifolius: functional significance of leaf morphology and anatomy. Annals of Botany 71(1): 61-70

Leaf histopathology of three peanut cultivars infected by Cercospora arachidicola. Revista de la Facultad de Agronomia, Universidad Central de Venezuela 18(3-4): 325-338

Leaf leachates and leaf surface colonizers of mung bean (Vigna radiata L.) cultivars at different growth stages. Indian Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology 24(1): 6-10

Leaf life spans in genus Pinus. Bulletin of the Kyoto University Forests ( 64): 15-26

Leaf litter decomposition and microarthropod abundance along an altitudinal gradient. The significance and regulation of soil biodiversity: Proceedings International Symposium Michigan State University, East Lansing, May 3-6, 1993: 287-292

Leaf litter decomposition and nitrogen concentration in decomposing leaves of a Quercus semecarpifolia Smith forest stand of Kumaun Himalaya. Communications in Soil Science & Plant Analysis 26(3-4): 411-424

Leaf litter decomposition dynamics in some mediterranean deciduous oaks. European Journal of Soil Biology 30(3): 119-124

Leaf litter processing and exoenzyme production on leaves in streams of different pH. Oecologia 102(4): 460-466

Leaf litter processing of alder and eucalyptus in the Aguera stream system (North Spain). I. Chemical changes. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie 127(3): 299-317

Leaf litter production and decomposition in Dalbergia sissoo and Bombax ceiba plantations in Uttar Pradesh. Indian Forester 120(8): 682-688

Leaf litterfall concentrations and fluxes of elements in deciduous tree species. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 9(1): 9-16

Leaf maturity and temperature affect the selective removal of floral buds from Camellia with ethephon. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 120(4): 614-621

Leaf miners of trees and shrubs of the Crimea. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov Gosudarstvennyi Nikitskii Botanicheskii Sad ( 111): 84-96

Leaf morpho-physiological parameters as screening techniques for drought stress tolerance in Triticum durum Desf. Journal of Genetics & Breeding 48(3): 229-235

Leaf morphology along environmental gradients in Hawaiian Metrosideros polymorpha. Biotropica 26(1): 17-22

Leaf morphology and photosynthesis of cotton seedlings as influenced by spectral balance of light reflected from the soil surface. 1994 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, January 5-8, San Diego, California, USA: 1339-1340

Leaf movement and interception and use of light in various field crops in response to water availability. Rivista di Agronomia 27(4): 392-397

Leaf nitrogen content, photosynthesis and radiation use efficiency in peanut. Peanut Science 20(1): 40-43

Leaf nitrogen, photosynthesis, conductance and transpiration: scaling from leaves to canopies. Plant, Cell and Environment 18(10): 1183-1200

Leaf number as a criterion for determining defoliation time for Lolium perenne: 2. Effect of defoliation frequency and height. Grass and Forage Science 50(1): 16-20

Leaf nutrients in relation to stature and life form in tropical rain forest. Journal of Vegetation Science 4(3): 401-408

Leaf oils of the genus Backhousia (Myrtaceae). Journal of Essential Oil Research 7(3): 237-254

Leaf oils of two Brazilian Piper species: Piper arboreum Aublet var. latifolium (C.DC) Yuncker and Piper hispidum Sw. Journal of Essential Oil Research 6(6): 643-644

Leaf opening and falling of Japanese larch at different altitudes. Japanese Journal of Ecology (Sendai) 44(3): 305-314

Leaf optical properties along a vertical gradient in a tropical rain forest canopy in Costa Rica. American Journal of Botany 82(10): 1257-1263

Leaf optical properties in Liriodendron tulipifera and Pinus strobus as influenced by increased atmospheric ozone and carbon dioxide. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 25(3): 407-412

Leaf phenolics of Punica granatum. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 37(4): 1175-1177

Leaf phenology as an optimal strategy for carbon gain in plants. Canadian Journal of Botany 73(2): 158-163

Leaf phloem alterations in two provenances of Abies alba Miller (silver fir) during ageing. Trees: Structure and Function 9(3): 143-148

Leaf Phosphate Status, Photosynthesis, and Carbon Partitioning in Sugar Beet (IV. Changes with Time Following Increased Supply of Phosphate to Low-Phosphate Plants). Plant Physiology 107(4): 1313-1321

Leaf photosynthates determining cold hardiness in sugarcane. Cooperative Sugar 26(6): 455-457

Leaf position, light levels, and nitrogen allocation in five species of rain forest pioneer trees. American Journal of Botany 82(9): 1137-1143

Leaf position-dependent changes in proline, pyrroline-5-carboxylate reductase activity and water relations under salt-stress in genetically stable salt-tolerant somaclones of Brassica juncea L. Plant & Soil 163(2): 151-156

Leaf protein contents and nitrogen-to-protein conversion factors for 90 plant species. Food Chemistry 49(3): 245-250

Leaf quality and insect herbivory in model tropical plant communities after long-term exposure to elevated atmospheric CO2. Oecologia (Berlin) 104.1

Leaf relative water content, growth and carbohydrate metabolism in apricot seedlings grown under different soil moisture levels. Alexandria Journal of Agricultural Research 38(1): 337-353

Leaf research: evaluation of the nutritional status of the fruit tree. Fruitteelt 6(10): 12-13

Leaf rust development in various cultivars of wheat carrying different known genes for resistance. Pakistan Journal of Botany 26(1): 173-176

Leaf rust resistance in wheat cultivars. Current Research University of Agricultural Sciences Bangalore 22(3/5): 69-71

Leaf sampling methods: a problem in the exchange of fertilizer management information in the citrus world. 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: 564-569

Leaf scald of sugarcane. Agriculture et Developpement ( 6): 49-56

Leaf senescence and emergence behaviour in poplar clones - a selection parameter for agroforestry practices. Van Vigyan 32(4): 91-101

Leaf senescence of postproduction poinsettias in low-light stress. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 119(5): 1006-1013

Leaf spot (Septoria apiicola) control in celeriac. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 101(3): 255-262

Leaf spot disease of sugarcane caused by Drechslera halodes. Pakistan Journal of Phytopathology 6(1): 69-70

Leaf spot of citrus cultivars in the coffee zone. ASCOLFI Informa 20(2): 16

Leaf spray and soil application of Fe-chelates to 'Navelina' orange trees. 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: 613-617

Leaf sugary disease - a physiological disorder of sorghum in north Karnataka. Indian Phytopathology 48(2): 137-140

Leaf surface properties of Norway spruce needles exposed to sulphur dioxide and ozone in an open-air fumigation system at Liphook. Plant Cell & Environment 18(3): 285-289

Leaf tatter in Acer saccharum: an anatomical link. International Journal of Plant Sciences 156(3): 303-310

Leaf thermal relations of four crops during winter frosts in Montecillo, Mexico. Revista Fitotecnia Mexicana 16(2): 113-133

Leaf toughness in relation to resistance to jassid Balclutha hortensis Lindb. in groundnut. International Arachis Newsletter ( 13): 20-21

Leaf transmittance characteristics as a measure of leaf chlorophyll content and leaf water status. Crop Research (Hisar) 6(3): 427-434

Leaf unrolling of three wheat genotypes in Russian wheat aphid extracts. Cereal Research Communications 22(4): 375-379

Leaf variation in iridoid glycoside content of Plantago lanceolata (Plantaginaeae) and oviposition of the buckeye, Junonia coenia (Nymphalidae). Chemoecology 4(2): 72-78

Leaf water potential and CWSI of sweet sorghum in relation to the available soil moisture. Acta Horticulturae ( 335): 219-226

Leaf water relations and gas exchange in container-grown plants of two genotypes of Nerium oleander L. as affected by water deficiency. Advances in Horticultural Science 9(1): 27-32

Leaf water relations and gas exchange in two grain sorghum genotypes differing in their pre- and post-flowering drought tolerance. Journal of Plant Physiology 143(1): 96-101

Leaf water relations of cotton in a free-air CO2-enriched environment. Agricultural and forest meteorology 70(1-4): 171-182

Leaf weevils damage grassland on light soils. Vaxtskyddsnotiser 59(1): 1-5

Leaf weight per area and leaf size of 85 Estonian woody species in relation to shade tolerance and light availability. Forest Ecology & Management 70(1-3): 1-10

Leaf, stolon and root growth of white clover (Trifolium repens L.) in response to irrigation with saline water. Irrigation Science 15(4): 183-194

Leaf-bearing cacti (genus Pereskia) in cultivation. Cactus and Succulent Journal 64(5): 247-263

Leaf-cutting ants (Atta and Acromyrmex) inhabiting Argentina: patterns in species richness and geographical size ranges. Journal of Biogeography 21(4): 391-399

Leaf-level responses to light and temperature in two co-occurring Quercus (Fagaceae) species: implications for tree distribution patterns. Forest Ecology and Management 68(2/3): 149-159

Leaf-mining insects and fluctuating asymmetry in elm Ulmus glabra leaves. Journal of Animal Ecology 64(6): 697-707

Leaf-nutrient accumulation and turnover at three stages of succession from heathland to forest. Journal of Vegetation Science 4(2): 263-268

Leaf-sampling technique in litchi (Litchi chinensis). Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 63(10): 632-638

Leaf-spot disease of Parthenium hysterophorus - a new disease record. National Academy Science Letters 17(9-10): 179-180

Leaf-weight based linear model for prediction of leaf area in soybean (Glycine max L). Annals of Plant Physiology 9(1): 73-74

Leafhopper prefers vines with greater amounts of irrigation. California Agriculture 49(3): 28-32

Leafhopper transmission and host plant range of maize chlorotic dwarf waikavirus strains. Phytopathology 84(9): 876-882

Leafhopper-borne plant viruses in Italy. Memorie della Societa Entomologica Italiana 72(0): 541-547, 1993 ( )

Leafminers (Diptera: Agromyzidae) of Phragmites australis in Belgium. Bulletin and Annales de la Societe Royale Belge d' Entomologie 128(10/12): 310-316

Leafroller biological control: promising new parasites discovered in 1992. Washington State Horticultural Association Proceedings of the 88th Annual Meeting, Yakima, Washington, USA, 7-9th December, 1992: 285-288

Leafy biomass gasifier for 15 kVA diesel genset. Advances in Thermochemical Biomass Conversion, 3rd edited and revised papers of an international conference held in 1992 Volume 1: 314-324

Leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula) control with imidazolinone and sulfonylurea herbicides. Weed Technology 8(3): 494-498

Leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula) control, forage production, and economic return with fall-applied herbicides. Weed Technology 8(4): 824-829

Leafy spurge is reunited with old enemy. Agricultural Research Washington 42(4): 20-22

Lean and heavy women may not use energy from alcohol with equal efficiency. Journal of Nutrition 125(10): 2536-2540

Learning ability of triploid brook trout. Journal of Fish Biology 46(5): 905-907

Learning about tourists from conversations: the over-55s in Majorca. Tourism Management 16(3): 207-215

Learning and teaching in sports education: differentiated teaching for skiing. Magglingen 51(11): 14-17

Learning big things from small countries. Tales from the South Pacific with lessons for programme and project planners and managers elsewhere. Development projects: issues for the 1990s: Volume Two Proceedings of the 25th Anniversary Conference, 6-8 April 1995: 19 pp.

Learning by design - the case for leisure studies. Tourism and leisure: towards the millennium Volume 2: tourism and leisure perspectives on provision: 97-106

Learning class descriptions from a data base of spectral reflectance of soil samples. Remote Sensing of Environment 43(2): 161-169

Learning from experiences of joint forest management in India. Forests, Trees and People Newsletter ( 24): 36-41

Learning from the old South by the new South? The case of tourism. Third World Quarterly 15(4): 707-721

Learning in farm management: a New Zealand experience. European Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension 2(1): 29-36

Learning in honeybees as a function of amount of reward: further experiments with color. Animal Learning and Behavior 21(1): 23-28

Learning through action - transferring tropical dairy research and technology. Integrated land use management for tropical agriculture: Proceedings Second International Symposium Queensland 15 September to 25 September 1992 (module 2): 21.1-21.5

Learning to live with tourism. Learning to live with tourism: 193 pp.

Lease market, changing land ownership and tenancy in Haryana. Haryana Agricultural University Journal of Research 23(3): 165-171

Leasing in the milk quota year 1994/95. DMZ, Lebensmittelindustrie und Milchwirtschaft 116(11): 510-516

Leasing in the timber-floating business. Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Lesnoi Zhurnal ( 3): 103-106

Least-cost feed formulation for juvenile Macrobrachium rosenbergii (De Man) by using the linear programming technique. Pertanika Journal of Tropical Agricultural Science 16(2): 119-127

Least-cost forest carbon reserves: cost-effective subsidies to convert marginal agricultural land to forests. Land Economics 71(1): 122-136

Least-cost replacement planning for modular construction of landfills. Journal of Environmental Engineering New York 121(3): 203-213

Least-squares estimation of diet composition from n-alkanes in herbage and faeces using matrix mathematics. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 46(4): 793-805

Leathery pocket mite: distribution on pineapple plants. Inligtingsbulletin Instituut vir Tropiese en Subtropiese Gewasse ( 244): 6

Leaves of different mulberry varieties growing under different standing conditions as diet for silkworms in the 5th instar and their efficiency. Journal of Shandong Agricultural University 24(1): 21-29

Lecanopteris lomarioides. Curtis' s Botanical Magazine 12(2): 89-95

Lecithin and choline in human health and disease. Nutrition reviews 52(10): 327-339

Lecithin, an indispensable additive in pet foods. Kraftfutter ( 2): 58, 78

Lectin activity in the gut extract of sandfly Lutzomyia longipalpis. Folia Parasitologica (Ceske Budejovice) 40(2): 155-156

Lectin binding sites on head structures of the spermatid and spermatozoon of the mosquito Culex quinquefasciatus (Diptera, Culicidae). Histochemistry. December 11; 986: 365-371

Lectin binding to insect brush border membranes. Journal of Economic Entomology 88(5): 1197-1202

Lectin from Canavalia brasiliensis Mart. Behaviour during maturation and detection of a lectin precursor. Revista Brasileira de Fisiologia Vegetal 5(2): 133-138

Lectin from the lichen Peltigera membranacea (Ach.) Nyl.: characterization and function. Symbiosis Rehovot 18(1): 1-13

Lectin histochemistry of normal and herpesvirus-infected bovine nasal mucosa. Veterinary Pathology 32(2): 140-146

Lectin staining of the dendrite sheath in contact chemosensitive sensilla of Periplaneta americana. Cell & Tissue Research 274(2): 373-382

Lectin-activated killer cells rapidly induced by pokeweed mitogen conjugated beads and their in vivo antitumor effects. International Journal of Immunopharmacology 16(9): 761-768

Lectin-binding sites of the oocyte zona pellucida in superovulated cattle. Acta Medica Veterinaria 40(3): 215-221

Lectins probe molecular films in biofouling: characterization of early films on non-living and living surfaces. Marine Ecology Progress Series. March 23; 1191-3: 229-236

Lectotype designation for Anopheles (Cellia) rennellensis Taylor and Maffi (Diptera: Culicidae). Mosquito Systematics. July; 262: 73-74

Lectotype designations for two lace bugs described from the United States (Heteroptera: Tingidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 97(1): 225-226

Lectotypification of Cimicifuga foetida (Ranunculaceae). Taxon 44(4): 603-605

Lectotypification of Kengyilia mutica (Keng ex Keng & S. L. Chen) J. L. Yang, Yen & Baum (Poaceae), and change of circumscription. Novon 5(3): 297-300

Lecture notes on tropical medicine. Lecture notes on tropical medicine (Ed. 4): xii + 368 pp.

Ledesmodina auricollis Lefevre (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae, Eumolpinae) on Phaseolus vulgaris L. (Leguminosae) in a massive localized attack. Boletin de Entomologia Venezolana 9(1): 127

Leeches: an unusual cause of haemoptysis. Jordan Medical Journal 25(2): 232-235

Leek cultivars: autumn leeks grown by conventional culture; early leeks and autumn leeks grown organically; leeks for processing, grown by conventional culture. SP Rapport ( 5): 32 pp.

Leek. A review of the research in 1991. Prei Overzicht van het onderzoek 1991: 154 pp.

Leeks. A review of the research in 1990. Prei Overzicht van het onderzoek 1990: 187 pp.

Leeks. Review of the research in 1992. Prei Overzicht van het onderzoek 1992: 53 pp.

Leg formation in the honeybee broodmite Varroa jacobsoni (Acarina: Varroidae). Entomologia Generalis 19(3): 179-183

Leg problems in turkeys associated with Chlamydia psittaci. Veterinary Record 137(13): 328-328

Leg weakness in broilers - how breeding can help. Publication Veterinary Continuing Education, Massey University ( 151): 65-74

Legal and animal welfare aspects of killing fish. Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 101(8): 316-319

Legal and economic problems of the transformation of agricultural cooperatives. Sbornik praci z vedecke konference Agrarni perspektivy 1 CSFR Evropa Svet rada E/K 1992, Praha 21-22 zari: 123-128

Legal and economic problems of transformed agricultural cooperatives. Sbornik praci z vedecke konference Agrarni perspektivy II Transformacni faze, rada E/K 1993, Praha 22-23 zari 1993: 100-105

Legal and ethical aspects of keeping arachnids. Arachnida: Proceedings of a one day symposium on spiders and their allies held on Saturday 21st November 1987 at the Zoological Society of London: 167-172

Legal and ethical aspects of new wildlife food sources. Biodiversity & Conservation 4(3): 322-335

Legal and financial conditions in private forestry in Europe. AFZ, Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift 49(22): 1210-1236

Legal aspects and issues. Irrigated agriculture in Southeast Asia beyond 2000 Proceedings of a Workshop held at Langkawi, Malaysia, 5 to 9 October, 1992: 95-104

Legal aspects of international commodity agreements. Global commodity price stabilization: implications for world trade and development: 3-41

Legal aspects of the application of clarification sludge on agricultural land. Zuckerindustrie 119(5): 395-401

Legal cases against owners for poor welfare of their animals. 1. Habit assessment and control in dogs. Tierarztliche Umschau 49(5): 293-295

Legal foundations of the functioning of Polish forestry (state forests, communal forests, private forests and others) in the light of new legislative regulations. Sylwan 137(1): 5-15

Legal foundations of the functioning of Polish forestry in the light of the Forest Acts of 28 September 1991 - joint report with that of Prof. Ludwika Jastrzebski. Sylwan 137(1): 17-21

Legal problems in the practice of privatizing formerly state owned agricultural real estate and land. Agrarrecht 25(7): 225-232

Legal problems of a multifunctional agriculture. Spring conference of the German Society for Agricultural Law on 29.3.1995 in Munich. Agrarrecht 25(6): 1-18 (Beilage 1/1995)

Legal problems of multifunctional agriculture - spring 1995 conference of the German Agricultural Law Society in Munich. Agrarrecht 25(5): 173-175

Legal questions of the law on land transactions, farm and land leasing in the case law of the Federal High Court. Agrarrecht 25(2): 37-42

Legal tractor-trailer weights: an on-board air-suspension weight indicator. Field Note: Trucking Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada ( 18): 2 pp.

Legal trade classes regulate quality characteristics and size groups. Kartoffelbau 45(7): 276-281

Legalization of gaming in the United States: a past and current perspective. Bottomline 10(1): 14-19

Legalizing the feeding of nonmeat food wastes to livestock. Applied engineering in agriculture 11(1): 115-119

Leghemoglobins from an evolutionarily old legume, Lupinus luteus. Plant Science (Limerick) 110(1): 83-93

Legionellae in the environment in Singapore. Dairy, Food and Environmental Sanitation 14(9): 532-534

Legislation adopted for pesticides, fertilizers and heavy metals related to agriculture and plant health. Cuadernos de Fitopatologia 11(41): 84-92

Legislation and soil conservation in Swaziland. Report SADC Environment and Land Management Sector Coordination Unit ( 37): 29-37

Legislation concerning the collection and marketing of edible fungi. Monti e Boschi 45(3): 37-39

Legislation in the field of biotechnology. Sjemenarstvo 11(1): 71-75

Legislation needed to minimize environmental problems in fertilizer marketing and use. Fertilizer policy in Asia and the Pacific: Proceedings of the APO EWC Seminar on Fertilizer Policy held in Manila, Philippines, July 2-6, 1990: 153-161

Legislation on communally-owned forest in the German Federal Republic. AFZ, Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift 46(22): 1147-1150

Legislation on the safeguarding of animal health in the European Union. Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 102(7): 288-293

Legislation on undesirable substances in feeds and feed additives with regard to animal health and consumer protection. Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 101(7): 275-278

Legislation regulates reorganization of the master craftsman's diploma in dairying. Deutsche Milchwirtschaft 45(20): 954-960

Legislative, economical and technical aspects of irrigation with reclaimed wastewater in Italy. Resources, Conservation and Recycling 10(4): 301-316

Legume + cereal and legume + legume intercropping systems. I. Assessment of crop competition and productivity. Journal of Research, Birsa Agricultural University 5(1): 51-54

Legume + cereal and legume + legume intercropping systems. II. Water use efficiency. Journal of Research, Birsa Agricultural University 5(1): 55-58

Legume and tillage effects on prairie soil nitrogen and penetration resistance. Communications in Soil Science & Plant Analysis 26(1-2): 155-168

Legume breeding strategy for increased nitrogen fixation in New Zealand temperate pastures. Proceedings of the XVI International Grassland Congress, 4-11 October 1989, Nice, France: 125-126

Legume cover crops as a nitrogen source for corn in an oat-corn rotation. Journal of Production Agriculture 8(3): 385-390

Legume green manures and conservation tillage for grain sorghum production on prairie soil. Soil Science Society Of America Journal. 58(5): 1518-1524

Legume inoculant production and use in East and Southern Africa. Soil biology and biochemistry 27(4-5): 735-738

Legume planting as bonus crop in rainfed maize. Current Research University of Agricultural Sciences Bangalore 22(3-5): 53-54

Legume research report summer 1991. PAC Working Paper Pakhribas Agricultural Centre ( 83): 22 pp.

Legume supplementation to dry cows. 1. Pre-calving feeding system with non-irrigated leucaena and fertilized and irrigated guinea likoni. Cuban Journal of Agricultural Science 28(1): 35-40

Legume supplemented flat bread: nutritive value, textural and organoleptic changes during storage. Journal of Food Processing and Preservation 19(3): 207-222

Legumes after rainfed lowland rice. ACIAR Food Legume Newsletter ( 22): 2-5

Legumes for cropped fallows. Zemledelie ( 3): 17-18

Legumes for grazed soils in Cuba. El estudio del suelo y de su degradacion en relacion con la desertificacion Actas del 12 Congreso Latinoamericano de la Ciencia del Suelo, Salamanca, Sevilla Espana 19 a 26 de Septiembre de 1993: 1354-1366

Legumes research report, winter, 1990/91. PAC Working Paper Pakhribas Agricultural Centre ( 101): 35 pp.

Legumin-like storage polypeptides of conifer seeds and their antigenic cross-reactivity with 11S globulins from angiosperms. Journal of Experimental Botany 45(271): 269-274

Leguminosae in ethnomedicinal practices of Nigeria. Ethnobotany 6(1-2): 51-64

Leguminous genetic resources in Lao PDR. First national workshop on plant genetic resources, Vientiane, Lao, 5-9 April 1993: 68-73

Leguminous ground covers could reduce herbicide use in forestry. Research Paper North Central Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( NC-316): 4 pp.

Leguminous leaf meals in non-ruminant nutrition. Tropical legumes in animal nutrition: 247-282

Lehi method of rice cultivation does well in Madhya Pradesh. Indian Farming 43(6): 3-4

Leishmania (Viannia) lainsoni occupies a unique niche within the subgenus Viannia. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 89(2): 231-236

Leishmania (Viannia) panamensis-induced cutaneous leishmaniasis in Balb/c mice: pathology. International Journal of Experimental Pathology 74(5): 481-491

Leishmania - a macrophage interactions: role of cytokines and molecular involved in killing. Parassitologia Roma 37(1): 5-15

Leishmania and the clonal theory of parasitic protozoa. Archives de L'institut Pasteur de Tunis 70(3-4): 375-382

Leishmania braziliensis: isolation of carbohydrate-containing antigen and possibility of its use in the immunodiagnosis of American cutaneous leishmaniasis. Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de Sao Paulo 37(3): 245-252

Leishmania donovani flagellum-specific epitopes mediating host-parasite interactions. FEMS Immunology & Medical Microbiology 8(3): 175-181

Leishmania donovani: enhanced expression of soluble acid phosphatase in the presence of sinefungin, an antiparasitic agent. Experimental Parasitology. February; 801: 8-14

Leishmania donovani: titration of antibodies to the fucose-mannose ligand as an aid in diagnosis and prognosis of visceral leishmaniasis. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 89(4): 390-393

Leishmania infantum in the Himalayas. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 89(1): 27-32

Leishmania infantum zymodeme MON-24 isolated from a cutaneous lesion acquired in the suburbs of Nice (France). Parasite 1(2): 175-176

Leishmania lainsoni: a peculiar Viannia species. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 89(1): 81-82

Leishmania major MON-26 isolated from naturally infected Phlebotomus papatasi (Diptera: Psychodidae) in Isfahan Province, Iran. Acta Tropica 59(4): 279-282

Leishmania major and Toxoplasma gondii have opposite effects on cytokine synthesis by macrophages. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 89(4): 649-650

Leishmania major-parasitized macrophages augment Th2-type T cell activation. Journal of Immunology 153(10): 4378-4387

Leishmania major-specific CD8+ T cells are inducers and targets of nitric oxide produced by parasitized macrophages. European Journal of Immunology 24(3): 746-752

Leishmania major: association of the differentially expressed gene B protein and the surface lipophosphoglycan as revealed by membrane capping. Experimental Parasitology. November; 793: 468-479

Leishmania major: in vitro ultrastructural study of the paraxial rod of promastigotes. International Journal for Parasitology. April; 254: 443-452

Leishmania mexicana: the influence of slightly elevated temperature on the ultrastructure of axenic amastigote-like forms. Parasitology Research 80(8): 696-698

Leishmania promastigotes evade interleukin 12 (IL-12) induction by macrophages and stimulate a broad range of cytokines from CD4+ T cells during initiation of infection. Journal of Experimental Medicine 179(2): 447-456

Leishmania tropica cases isolated in the Parasitology Laboratory of the Microbiology Department of the Medical Faculty of Dicle University between the years 1986-1994. Turkiye Parazitoloji Dergisi 19(2): 165-169

Leishmania, LPG and the sandfly connection. Parasitology Today 11(6): 203-204

Leishmanial cholecystitis and colitis in a patient with visceral leishmaniasis. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 89(3): 284

Leishmanial glycosomes contain superoxide dismutase. Biochemical Journal 301: 317-319

Leishmaniasis disseminated by Leishmania braziliensis in a mare (Equus cabalus) immunotherapy and chemotherapy assays. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 89(2): 217-220

Leishmaniasis in Brazil. Parasitology Today 10(9): 329-330

Leishmaniasis in Ecuador. 2. Man-vector contact: the cases of Lutzomyia trapidoi and L. gomezi. Annales de la Societe Belge de Medecine Tropicale 74(1): 13-21

Leishmaniasis in Ecuador. 3. Lutzomyia trapidoi, vector of Leishmania panamensis. Annales de la Societe Belge de Medecine Tropicale 74(1): 23-28

Leishmaniasis in Ecuador. 6. Epidemiological and entomological note on the Zumba focus of leishmaniasis. Annales de la Societe Belge de Medecine Tropicale 74(1): 43-49

Leishmaniasis in Karamay. XIV. Identification of promastigote isolates from naturally infected Phlebotomus major wui. Zhongguo Ji Sheng Chong Xue Yu Ji Sheng Chong Bing Za Zhi 12(4): 257-261

Leishmaniasis in Karamay. IX. Identification of Leishmania isolates from naturally infected sandflies. Endemic Diseases Bulletin 7(3): 9-16

Leishmaniasis in Texas: prevalence and seasonal transmission of Leishmania mexicana in Neotoma micropus. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 53(1): 73-77

Leishmaniasis in the lowlands of Bolivia, prevalence of the disease in two groups of localities with different settlement ages in Carrasco Tropical, Cochabamba. Archives de L'institut Pasteur de Tunis 70(3-4): 443-453

Leishmaniasis of the larynx. Histopathology (Oxford) 26(1): 79-81

Leishmaniasis of the nasal mucosa. A case report. Medecine et Maladies Infectieuses 24(5): 638-640

Leishmaniasis of the nose caused by different species of Leishmania in the Sudan. Distinguishing features of the different clinical forms. Tropical and Geographical Medicine 46(1): 33-36

Leishmaniasis: immunology, persistence and antigen presentation. Bailliere' s Clinical Infectious Diseases 1(2): 351-366

Leishmaniasis: some recent developments in chemotherapy. Journal of Antimicrobial ChemoTherapy 31(3): 327-330

Leishmanicidal activity of 2-benzoxazolinone from Acanthus illicifolius in vitro. Planta Medica 60(2): 187-188

Leishmanin and tuberculin sensitivity in leishmaniasis in the Sudan, with special reference to kala-azar. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 87(4): 425-427

Leishmaniosis in Ecuador. 1. Incidence of cutaneous leishmaniosis in the Pacific foothills. Annales de la Societe Belge de Medecine Tropicale 74(1): 1-12

Leishmaniosis in Ecuador. 4. Natural infection of dogs with Leishmania panamensis. Annales de la Societe Belge de Medecine Tropicale 74(1): 29-33

Leisure across the world and over the centuries. The study of leisure: an introduction: 3-19

Leisure activities of unemployed African-American and Hispanic-American urban youth. World Leisure and Recreation 36(4): 15-21

Leisure activities, age, and adult roles across the lifespan. Loisir et Societe 16(1): 181-208

Leisure and cultural diversity. Leisure and life satisfaction: foundational perspectives: 343-369

Leisure and government. Leisure and government (Ed. 2): xv + 208 pp.

Leisure and identity formation in male and female adolescents: a preliminary examination. Journal of Leisure Research 27(3): 245-263

Leisure and life satisfaction. Leisure and life satisfaction: foundational perspectives: 3-29

Leisure and life satisfaction: foundational perspectives. Leisure and life satisfaction: foundational perspectives: xii + 443 pp.

Leisure and the dreamworld of modernity. Leisure: modernity, postmodernity and lifestyles Volume 1: leisure in different worlds: 3-12

Leisure and the elderly: a different world?. Leisure: modernity, postmodernity and lifestyles Volume 1: leisure in different worlds: 189-202

Leisure and the life cycle. Leisure and life satisfaction: foundational perspectives: 131-156

Leisure and the mid-life crisis: the pursuit of an active and responsible freedom. World Leisure and Recreation 37(1): 5-9

Leisure and the peace dividend. Leisure Manager 13(3): 12-13

Leisure and the postmodern city. Leisure: modernity, postmodernity and lifestyles Volume 1: leisure in different worlds: 83-104

Leisure and the rise of the public library. Leisure and the rise of the ic library: viii + 148 pp.

Leisure and tourism: Longman Advanced GNVQ Test and Assessment Guide. Leisure and tourism: Longman Advanced GNVQ Test and Assessment Guide: xi + 208 pp.

Leisure and tourism: advanced GNVQ. Leisure and tourism: advanced GNVQ (Ed. 2): xi + 548 pp.

Leisure and tourism: intermediate GNVQ. Leisure and tourism: intermediate GNVQ (Ed. 2): iv + 296 pp.

Leisure behaviour and experiences as part of everyday life: the weekly rhythm. Loisir et Societe 16(1): 31-57

Leisure behaviour and the transition from adolescence to young adulthood. Leisure Studies 14(3): 202-216

Leisure constraints and barriers. The study of leisure: an introduction: 222-232

Leisure constraints, attitudes and behaviour of people with activity restricting physical disabilities. Leisure: modernity, postmodernity and lifestyles Volume 1: leisure in different worlds: 277-290

Leisure consumption continues to increase: great differences between East and West. Amusement Industrie 24(91): 30-31

Leisure development in the communal field. Amusement Technologie and Management 25(96): 66-71

Leisure ethics. Leisure and life satisfaction: foundational perspectives: 371-394

Leisure for the unemployed: imperative or irrelevant?. World Leisure and Recreation 36(4): 34-39

Leisure forecasts 1995-1999: Volume 1 - leisure in the home. Leisure forecasts 1995-1999: Volume 1 leisure in the home: 53 pp.

Leisure forecasts 1995-1999: Volume 2 - leisure away from home. Leisure forecasts 1995-1999: Volume 2 leisure away from home: 49 pp.

Leisure in Austria: conditions and development. A comparison of 1987-1993. Analyses and prospects for leisure policy and leisure studies. Freizeit in Osterreich: Bedingungen und Entwicklungen Ein Vergleich 1987-1993 Analysen und Perspektiven fur Freizeitpolitik und Freizeitpadagogik (Ed. 2): 91 pp.

Leisure in Germany 1994/1995: current data - facts - articles. Freizeit in Deutschland 1994/1995: aktuelle Daten Fakten Aufsatze: 179 pp.

Leisure in daily life: older widows living alone. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 12(4): 64-78

Leisure in different worlds: a selection of papers from the 1993 LSA International Conference, Loughborough University, UK, July 1993. Leisure Studies 13(4): 309 pp.

Leisure in popular districts in Sao Paulo. Loisir et Societe 17(2): 475-488

Leisure in the environment for the mature aged: rewards for the whole community. World Leisure and Recreation 37(2): 6-10

Leisure in the lives of male adolescents who engage in delinquent activity for excitement. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 12(4): 29-46

Leisure landscapes. Leisure, culture and the English countryside: challenges and conflicts. Main report. Leisure landscapes Leisure, culture and the English countryside: challenges and conflicts Main report: 72 pp.

Leisure lifestyle planning: one path to empowerment for individuals who have sustained an acquired brain injury. Journal of Leisurability 21(2): 17-25

Leisure participation among individuals with traumatic brain injury following discharge from a transitional facility. Journal of Leisurability 21(2): 34-42

Leisure plans and strategic planning. Leisure policy and planning: 47-72

Leisure policy and planning. Leisure policy and planning: viii + 221 pp.

Leisure programming: promoting quality services. Leisure and life satisfaction: foundational perspectives: 297-322

Leisure research towards the millenium. Tourism and leisure: towards the millennium Volume 2: tourism and leisure perspectives on provision: 159-173

Leisure rights and needs. Leisure policy and planning: 7-17

Leisure services and the new authorities. Leisure services and the new authorities: 5 pp.

Leisure services trends for people with mental retardation. Parks and Recreation Arlington 30(5): 46-52

Leisure studies and interpretive social inquiry. Leisure Studies 14(1): 32-47

Leisure studies and research. The study of leisure: an introduction: 112-134

Leisure systems in Europe and their economic and cultural impact in comparative perspective. Leisure: modernity, postmodernity and lifestyles Volume 1: leisure in different worlds: 173-177

Leisure throughout the life cycle. The study of leisure: an introduction: 200-221

Leisure today: youth program success stories. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance 66(4): 25-48

Leisure travel: an extraordinary industry facing superordinary problems. Global tourism: the next decade: 40-54

Leisure with children and parental satisfaction: further evidence of a sex difference in the experience of adult roles and leisure. Journal of Leisure Research 26(3): 212-226

Leisure, later life and homes. Leisure, later life and homes: vi + 53 pp.

Leisure, tourism and the single European market: data - analysis - prospects - policy - marketing. Freizeit, Tourismus und Europaischer Binnenmarkt: Daten Analysen Perspektiven Politik Marketing: 211 pp.

Leisure: a historical perspective. Leisure and life satisfaction: foundational perspectives: 51-82

Leisure: modernity, postmodernity and lifestyles. Volume 1: leisure in different worlds. Leisure: modernity, postmodernity and lifestyles Volume 1: leisure in different worlds: x + 373 pp.

Lek mating system and its impact on male annihilation technique. Researches on Population Ecology (Kyoto) 35(2): 183-197

Lelystad virus, the causative agent of porcine epidemic abortion and respiratory syndrome (PEARS), is related to LDV and EAV. Virology 192(1): 62-72

Lemon peel oil extract as mosquito larvicide. East African Medical Journal 71(12): 797-799

Lenacil residues in sugar beets after Venzar and Buracyl application. Ochrona Roslin 38(7): 14-15

Lender vitality and lender behaviour - a case study of a regional rural bank in South India. Savings and Development 19(2): 231-242

Lender vitality and lender behaviour: a case study of a regional rural bank in South India. Working Paper Institute of Rural Management Anand ( 70): 14 pp.

Lending to micro enterprises through NGOs in the Philippines. Financial landscapes reconstructed: the fine art of mapping development: 125-141

Length effect in compressive strength of red pine lumber. Journal of the Institute of Wood Science 13(1): 363-367

Length of collection period and number of rabbits in digestibility assays. World Rabbit Science 2(1): 29-35

Length of cuttings and rooting success in cherry, lime and birch. Forst und Holz 47(23): 746-748

Length of sideshoots and yield in grapevines. Obst und Weinbau 130(13): 301

Length of the fire season in a changing climate. Forestry Chronicle 69(2): 187-192

Length of time after death: effect on attraction and oviposition or larviposition of midsummer blow flies (Diptera: Calliphoridae) and flesh flies (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) of medicolegal importance in Missouri. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. September; 865: 589-593

Length polymorphism in the ribosomal DNA intergenic spacer of rye and slender wild oats. Journal Of Heredity. 86(5): 402-407

Length screens better than weight in stunted populations. Journal of Nutrition 125(5): 1222-1228

Length utilization of the roundwood when producing railway sleepers. Zbornik Vedeckych Prac Drevarskej Fakulty Technickej Univerzity vo Zvolene: 87-97

Length variation in the internal transcribed spacers of ribosomal DNA in Picea abies and related species. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 89(7-8): 969-974

Length-weight relationship of Ligula intestinalis plerocercoids in adult silver bream and discussion on estimation of the parasite age. Applied Parasitology 36(3): 192-199

Lengthening the life of the cutting edges of tools for processing wood and wood based materials. Prace Instytutu Technologii Drewna 38(1/2): 55-74

Lenophyllum latum (Crassulaceae), a new species from northeast Mexico. Cactus and Succulent Journal 66(3): 126-128

Lens aplasia: a new mutation producing lens abnormality in the mouse. Laboratory Animal Science 45(1): 41-46

Lens culinaris (lentil) cv. Cobber. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 35(1): 115-117

Lens culinaris (lentil) cv. Digger. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 35(1): 116

Lens culinaris (lentil) cv. Matilda. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 35(1): 117

Lentil in South Asia. Proceedings of the seminar on lentil in South Asia, 11-15 March 1991, New Delhi, India. Lentil in South Asia Proceedings of the seminar on lentil in South Asia, 11-15 March 1991, New Delhi, India: vi + 236 pp.

Lentil protein utilization in young rats. Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism 39(1): 16-27

Lentil root protoplasts: a transient expression system suitable for coelectroporation of monoclonal antibodies and plasmid molecules. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, General Subjects 1243(1): 136-142

Lentils as a dietary cereal complement. Cereal Foods World 40(5): 387-389, 391-392

Leonardo da Vinci's rule and fractal complexity in dichotomous trees. Journal of Theoretical Biology 167(2): 107-113

Lepidagathis chlorostachya Nees (Acanthaceae) - a new record for India. Indian Journal of Forestry 17(2): 178-179

Lepidapedon cambrensis (Trematoda: Lepocreadiidae) a parasite of fish from the Atlantic Ocean. Parazitologiya 29(1): 26-29

Lepidimoide, an allelopathic substance in the exudates from germinated seeds. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 39(5): 1031-1032

Lepidocide against the cotton bollworm. Zashchita Rastenii Moskva ( 11): 30-31

Lepidoptera and Trichoptera from Paroa, near Greymouth, New Zealand. New Zealand Entomologist 17(0): 46-51

Lepidoptera of Chamela, Jalisco, Mexico VI. (Lepidoptera: Geometridae). SHILAP, Sociedad Hispano Luso Americana de Lepidopterologia 21(83): 171-189

Lepidoptera of Kaitorete Spit, Canterbury. New Zealand Entomologist. August; 17: 52-63

Lepidoptera of Pakistan. Proceedings of Pakistan Congress of Zoology, vol 12: Twelfth Pakistan Congress of Zoology held under auspices of the Zoological Society of Pakistan Government College, Lahore, April 1992: 171-206

Lepidoptera of the Kola Peninsula, northwestern Russia. Entomologica Fennica 5(2): 65-85

Lepidoptera of the arid zones of Eurasia. Trudy Zoologicheskogo Instituta, Rossiiskaya Akademiya Nauk ( 248): 188 pp.

Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea and Hesperioidea collected in the Maraca Island, Alto Alegre, Roraima, part of the Maraca Project, with a complementary list of the Hesperiidae from Roraima. Acta Amazonica ( 21): 175-210

Lepidopteran defoliator of hawthorn hedge. Glasnik Sumarskog Fakulteta, Univerzitet u Beogradu ( 70): 125-131

Lepidopterous insects associated with cankers of the Japanese pagoda tree, Sophora japonica caused by rust fungus, Uromyces truncicola. Japanese Journal of Entomology 60(4): 777-782

Lepidopterous insects captured on East China Sea from 1981 to 1987. Japanese Journal of Entomology 59.4: 811-820

Lepidopterous pests of cotton and their parasitoids in a double-cropping environment. Florida Entomologist 77(3): 334-341

Lepocreadium valdiviensis sp. nov. (Digenea: Lepocreadiidae) parasite of Paralichthys microps small-eyed flounder in south Chile. Boletin Chileno de Parasitologia 48(3/4): 55-57

Leprosy and arthropods. Indian Journal of Leprosy 65(2): 189-200

Leptoglossus lonchoides Allen (Heteroptera, Coreidae), causal agent of fruit fall of Bactris gasipaes (Palmae) in Central Amazonia. Turrialba 41(3): 293-298

Leptopsylla algira atlantidis subsp. nov. (Insecta, Siphonaptera), endemic to the Canary Islands. Bulletin de la Societe Francaise de Parasitologie 11(2): 259-263

Leptosols and Fluvisols. 15th World Congress of Soil Science, Acapulco, Mexico, 10-16, July, 1994 Transactions, Volume 6a: Commission V: symposia: 868-872

Leptosphaerulina trifolii on chillies. Indian Phytopathology 47(3): 276-277

Leptospira interrogans infection and renal pathology in horses. Ippologia 5(1): 75-80

Leptospira interrogans serovar sejroe infection in a group of laboratory dogs. Laboratory Animals 29(3): 300-306

Leptospira-serology in North-Hungarian goat flocks. Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja 49(8): 481-483

Leptospiral agglutinins in dogs and isolation of a Leptospira canicola serovar. Indian Journal of Comparative Microbiology, Immunology and Infectious Diseases 15(1/2): 19-20

Leptospirosis - diagnosis and pathogenesis. Leptospirosis diagnosis and pathogenesis: 132 pp.

Leptospirosis in animal reproduction. III. The role of serovar hardjo in bovine leptospirosis in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Revista Latinoamericana de Microbiologia 37(2): 87-92

Leptospirosis in wild rodents in the rural area of Valdivia, Chile. Detection of Leptospira interrogans by immunofluorescence and immunoperoxidase. Archivos de Medicina Veterinaria 27(1): 115-118

Leptusa gaisbergeri, a new species from Austria and notes on the synonymy of Leptusa species. (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae). Koleopterologische Rundschau 63: 91-94

Leroghi. Forest Inventory Report Kenya Indigenous Forest Conservation Programme ( 7): vii + 35 pp.

Lesbian and gay youth and leisure: implications for practitioners and researchers. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 12(4): 15-28

Lesion of central nucleus of amygdala promotes fat gain without preventing effect of exercise on energy balance. American Journal of Physiology 269(4 Pt 2): R781-R786

Lesions and parasites in white suckers, Catostomus commersoni, in bleached-kraft pulp mill-contaminated and reference rivers. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 14(6): 1051-1060

Lesions associated with subclinical laminitis of the claws of dairy calves in two management systems. British Veterinary Journal 151(4): 391-399

Lesions in finished early born lambs in southwest England and their relationship with age at slaughter. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 22(1-2): 115-126

Lesions in frozen hake fillets (Merluccius spp.) caused by parasites of the genus Kudoa. Alimentaria 31(255): 43-46

Lesions induced by pestivirus in the central nervous system of ruminants. Tierarztliche Praxis 22(6): 516-523

Lesions of hydropericardium syndrome in embryonating eggs and in broiler chicks under immunosuppression. Singapore Veterinary Journal1993; 16/17: 58-64

Lesions of hypothalamic paraventricular nuclei do not prevent the effect of estradiol on energy and fat balance. American Journal of Physiology 267(1 Pt 1): E32-E38

Lesions resulting from attempted Shwartzman reaction in turkey poults inoculated with Pasteurella multocida lipopolysaccharide. Avian Diseases 38(4): 790-796

Less favourable results for French dairy enterprises. Revue Laitiere Francaise ( 540): 16-18

Less is more. Dairy Industries International 60(4): 35, 37

Less known uses of three climbers from Western Maharashtra. Indian Journal of Forestry 1995; 17(4): 351-352

Less waterlogging damage with long season wheats. Cereal Research Communications 21(4): 337-343

Less-intensive integrated farming systems for arable crop production and environmental protection. Proceedings Fertiliser Society ( 346): 32 pp.

Less-known wild species of Allium L. (Amaryllidaceae) from mountainous regions of India. Economic Botany 46(1): 112-114

Lessened malate inhibition of guard-cell phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase velocity during stomatal opening. FEBS Letters 352(1): 45-48

Lesser dung fly species (Diptera; Sphaeroceridae) new to the Belgian fauna. Bulletin and Annales de la Societe Royale Belge d' Entomologie 128(10/12): 302-310

Lesser known Lotus species. Technical Report Department of Primary Industries, South Australia ( 219): 86-87

Lesser known tropical timbers for veneer production. Zbornik Vedeckych Prac Drevarskej Fakulty Vysokej Skoly Lesnickej a Drevarskej vo Zvolene ( 2): 21-36

Lesson from a hepatic lesion: Schistosoma mansoni schistosomiasis. Archives de l' Institut Pasteur de Madagascar 61(1): 31-36

Lessons for participatory natural forest management in Latin America: case studies from Honduras, Mexico and Peru. Journal of World Forest Resource Management 7(1): 1-25

Lessons from environmental projects. Grassroots environmental action: people' s participation in sustainable development: 281-347

Lessons from old-growth: fueling controversy and providing direction. Journal of Forestry 91(12): 10-13

Lessons from the Everglades. BioScience ( SUPPL): S-66-S-73

Lessons learned from randomizing infants to marine oil-supplemented formulas in nutrition trials. Journal of Pediatrics 125(5 PART 2): S33-S38

Lessons learned in RUSLE technology transfer and implementation. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 50(5): 490-493

Lessons learned: a private-sector foundation's support to developing-country agricultural research. ISNAR Briefing Paper ( 20): 8 pp.

Lessons through observation of farms in the semi-arid zone of Algeria. Contribution to new agricultural policies. Recherches systeme en agriculture et developpement rural: Symposium international, Montpellier, France 21-25 novembre 1994 Communications: 915-919

Lessons to learn from agroforestry systems in developing countries. Revue Forestiere Francaise 46(Numero special): 152-164

Let it rip. Root formation by Pinus sylvestris. Nederlands Bosbouwtijdschrift 66(1): 28-35

Let the dawn come - social development: looking behind the cliches. Let the dawn come social development: looking behind the cliches: vi + 152 pp.

Let us look again at development, education and women. Convergence Toronto 27(4): 5-14

Let's gas up Canada's families through recreation and true community support. Recreation Canada 52(3): 5-9

Lethal and sublethal effects of Bacillus thuringiensis var. kurstaki on aquatic insects in laboratory bioassays and outdoor stream channels. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 49(2): 252-258

Lethal and sublethal effects of the neem insecticide formulation, 'Margosan-O', on the pea aphid. Pesticide Science 41(2): 155-160

Lethal body burdens of four organophosphorus pesticides in the guppy (Poecilia reticulata). Science of the Total Environment (Supplement, part 1): 559-565

Lethal body concentrations and accumulation patterns determine time-dependent toxicity of cadmium in soil arthropods. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 13(11): 1781-1789

Lethal dose of two chemical mutagens treated to eggs of mulberry silkworm. Current Research University of Agricultural Sciences Bangalore 22(3/5): 71-73

Lethal effect of TSST-1 producing Staphylococcus aureus in young lambs. Israel Journal of Veterinary Medicine 49(3): 127-128

Lethal effects of far UV on pre-blastodermic embryos of Sciara ocellaris (Diptera; Sciaridae). Revista Brasileira de Genetica 17(1): 25-34

Lethal effects of the consumption of field levels of paraquat-contaminated plants on frog tadpoles. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 55(6): 870-877