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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 2660

Chapter 2660 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Mycotic retrobulbar neuritis. Klinische Monatsblatter für Augenheilkunde 204(4): 244-247

Mycotic salpingitis in a Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica). Avian Diseases 38(4): 910-913

Mycotic skin lesions in an adult reindeer caused by Debaryomyces hansenii. A case report. Rangifer 14(3): 129-130

Mycotoxic nephropathy (ochratoxicosis) in swine. Proceedings of the 8th International Congress on Animal Hygiene, St Paul, Minnesota, USA, 12-16 September 1994: PO100-PO103

Mycotoxicological examination of feeds. Kraftfutter ( 6): 264-265, 282

Mycotoxicoses: the effects of mycotoxin combinations. Foodborne disease handbook Diseases caused by viruses, parasites, and fungi Volume 2: 463-520

Mycotoxicosis: retrospect and prospect. Livestock Adviser 19(8): 9-16

Mycotoxin analysis: immunological techniques. Foodborne disease handbook Diseases caused by viruses, parasites, and fungi Volume 2: 631-668

Mycotoxin contamination in developing groundnut. International Arachis Newsletter ( 13): 17-19

Mycotoxin effects on in vitro preimplantation embryo development. Journal of Assisted Reproduction & Genetics 11(3): 172-175

Mycotoxin research in Spain. Revista Espanola de Ciencia y Tecnologia de Alimentos 34(2): 134-144

Mycotoxin zearalenone is an activator of the free-radical lipid peroxidation process in the mitochondrial and microsomal fractions of white rat liver. Doklady, Biochemistry 341(1-6): 45-47

Mycotoxin-bearing spores from the domestic environment exhibiting cytotoxic properties. Samson, R A [Editor], Flannigan, B [Editor], Flannigan, M E [Editor], Verhoeff, A P [Editor], Adan, O C G [Editor], Hoekstra, E S [Editor] Air Quality Monographs (Amsterdam); Health implications of fungi in indoor environments 345-358

Mycotoxin-producing fungi. Japanese Journal of Medical Mycology 35(4): 415-420

Mycotoxins and feed refusal by Pekin ducks. Journal of Applied Poultry Research 3(2): 190-192

Mycotoxins and fungi in wheat stored in elevators in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Food Additives and Contaminants 12(5): 683-688

Mycotoxins and other toxins from unicellular organisms. Environmental hazards and human health: 209-222

Mycotoxins and tremorgens: effects and mechanisms. Handbook of neurotoxicology: 591-609

Mycotoxins as health risks for man. Mycoses 37(SUPPL 1): 43-49

Mycotoxins in Latin America and the Caribbean. Food Control 6(1): 19-28

Mycotoxins in foods, feeds and pastures. Biodeterioration Abstracts 9(3): 259-264

Mycotoxins in human nutrition and health. Mycotoxins in human nutrition and health: xiii + 300 pp.

Mycotoxins in poultry feed. Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift 81(9): 281

Mycotoxins in the aetiology of human disease. Ernahrungs Umschau 41(6): 226-229

Mycotoxins production, pathogenicity and toxicity of Fusarium species isolated from potato tubers with dry rot injuries. Microbiologie, Aliments, Nutrition 13(1): 87-100

Myelitis caused by strongyloidiasis. Revue Neurologique 151(2): 139-141

Myelitis due to Toxoplasma gondii in a patient with AIDS. Clinical Infectious Diseases 19(6): 1167-1168

Myelomonocytic leukosis in the polecat. Revista Romana de Medicina Veterinara 4(2): 159-164

Myelopathy in a dog secondary to scar tissue (cicatrix) formation: a complication of vertebral articular facet fracture. Progress in Veterinary Neurology 5(3): 105-108

Myiases of economic importance. Revue Scientifique et Technique 13(4): 1053-1073

Myiasis due to Cordylobia anthropophaga (tumbu-fly). International Journal of Dermatology 33(2): 127-128

Myiasis due to Dermatobia hominis. Giornale di Malattie Infettive e Parassitarie 45(9): 957-959

Myiasis in saudi arabia. Annals of Saudi Medicine 14(4): 352-352

Myiasis in a dog in Umbria by Sarcophaga haemorrhoidalis (Fallen) (Diptera: Sarcophagidae): a fly infecting also man. Parassitologia Roma 36(Supplemento 1): 117

Myiasis in filarial lymphoedema due to Chrysomyia bezziana. National Medical Journal of India 7(3): 117-118

Myiasis of cattle in the northeast area of the Chaco province, Argentina. Veterinaria Argentina 11(105): 304...313

Myiasis of humans and domestic animals. Advances in Parasitology 35: 257-334

Myiasis: the battle continues against screwworm infestation. World Health Forum 13(2-3): 130-138

Myiasis: wound infestation by fly maggots in a nursing home. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde 138(20): 1036-1037

MyoD1 promoter autoregulation is mediated by two proximal E-boxes. Nucleic Acids Research 22(12): 2234-2241

Myocardial effects of repetitive episodes of rapid ventricular pacing in conscious dogs: surgical creation, echocardiographic evaluation, and morphometric analysis. Laboratory Animal Science 44(5): 453-461

Myocardial glucose transporters and glycolytic metabolism during ischemia in hyperglycemic diabetic swine. Metabolism Clinical & Experimental 43(1): 61-69

Myocardial involvement in a patient with human ehrlichiosis. American Journal of Medicine 98(4): 414-415

Myocyte enhancer factor 2 (MEF2) binding site is essential for C2C12 myotube-specific expression of the rat GLUT4/muscle-adipose facilitative glucose transporter gene. Journal of Biological Chemistry 269(45): 28514-28521

Myocyte nuclear factor, a novel winged-helix transcription factor under both developmental and neural regulation in striated myocytes. Molecular and Cellular Biology 14(7): 4596-4605

Myoelectric activity of the cecum and proximal loop of the ascending colon in the cow. Proceedings 18th World Buiatrics Congress: 26th Congress of the Italian Association of Buiatrics, Bologna, Italy, August 29 September 2, 1994 Volume 1: 491-493

Myoendocrine-like cells in invertebrates: occurrence of noncardiac striated secretory-like myocytes in the gut of the ant Formica polyctena. General and Comparative Endocrinology 95(1): 133-142

Myogenic cell lines derived from transgenic mice carrying a thermolabile T antigen: a model system for the derivation of tissue-specific and mutation-specific cell lines. Developmental Biology 162(2): 486-498

Myogenic differentiation triggered by antisense acidic fibroblast growth factor RNA. Molecular and Cellular Biology 14(6): 4244-4250

Myogenin and acetylcholine receptor alpha gene promoters mediate transcriptional regulation in response to motor innervation. Journal of Biological Chemistry 269(4): 2461-2467

Myogenin binds to and represses c-fos promoter. FEBS Letters 361(2-3): 140-144

Myoliquefaction post-mortem caused by the myxosporean Kudoa thyrsites in reared Atlantic salmon in Spain. Bulletin of the European Association of Fish Pathologists 13(3): 86-88

Myometrial activity of cows ovarian cystic and follicular fluids. Proceedings 18th World Buiatrics Congress: 26th Congress of the Italian Association of Buiatrics, Bologna, Italy, August 29 September 2, 1994 Volume 2: 1123-1126

Myopathic disorder in a cat. Veterinary Record 137(4): 104-104

Myopathy and pancreas disease in salmon: a retrospective study in Scotland. Veterinary Record 135(10): 234-235

Myosin heavy chain gene expression in bovine fetuses and neonates representing genotypes with contrasting patterns of growth. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 209(1): 86-91

Myosin in onion (Allium cepa) bulb scale epidermal cells: involvement in dynamics of organelles and endoplasmic reticulum. Physiologia Plantarum 90(1): 114-124

Myosomatoides gen. nov., (Hymenoptera: Braconidae), a Neotropical larval parasitoid of stem-borer pests, Diatraea (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae). Journal of Hymenoptera Research 3: 227-231

Myricetin 3- beta -D-(6-O-galloyl-galactoside) from Myrtus communis L. (Myrtaceae). Plantes Medicinales et Phytotherapie 26(2): 86-90

Myriophyllum alterniflorum DC. (Haloragaceae), a new record for the Greek flora. Phyton Horn 34(2): 243-246

Myristate exchange. A second glycosyl phosphatidylinositol myristoylation reaction in African trypanosomes. Journal of Biological Chemistry 269(48): 30212-30220

Myrmecomorphy: morphological and behavioral mimicry of ants. Annual Review of Entomology 38: 351-379

Myrosinase from roots of Raphanus sativus. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 39(6): 1301-1303

Myrothecium leaf spot of mulberry caused by Myrothecium roridum Tode: Fries. Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 60(1): 122-127

Myrothecium roridum and M. verrucaria as potential antagonists of Phytophthora species of coconut. Investigacion Agraria, Produccion y Proteccion Vegetales (Fuera de Serie 2): 385-393

Myth and reality in growth estimation. Forest Ecology & Management 71(3): 171-176

Myths and facts regarding milk, milk products and cholesterol. Producteur de Lait Quebecois 12(11): 30

Mytilicola intestinalis and Proctoeces maculatus in mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis Lmk.) beds in Spain. Bulletin of the European Association of Fish Pathologists 14(3): 89-91

Myxobolus carassii Klokaceva, 1914 also requires an aquatic oligochaete, Tubifex tubifex as an intermediate host in its life cycle. Bulletin of the European Association of Fish Pathologists 13(6): 189-192

Myxobolus clarii n. sp. in the testis of the fish Clarias lazera from the river Nile of Assiut. Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal 29(58): 108-114

Myxobolus cultus n. sp. (Myxosporea: Myxobolidae) in the goldfish Carassius auratus transformed from the actinosporean stage in the oligochaete Branchiura sowerbyi. Journal of Parasitology 81(3): 446-451

Myxobolus spirosulcatus n. sp. (Myxosporea, Bivalvulida /UL ) infecting the bile duct of the yellowtail UL Seriola quinqueradiata /UL from Japan. Systematic Parasitology 31(3): 189-193

Myxomatosis. The European rabbit: the history and biology of a successful colonizer: 205-239

Myxomatosis: population dynamics of rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus Linnaeus, 1758) and ecological effects in the United Kingdom. Revue Scientifique et Technique 11(4): 1109-1113

Myxosoma aravalae a new myxosporean parasite in kidney of freshwater fish Puntius sophore (Ham.) from Rajasthan (India). Indian Journal of Parasitology 17(2): 121-124

Myxosporea (Phylum Myxozoa). Fish diseases and disorders Volume 1: protozoan and metazoan infections: 97-148

Myxosporidiosis in carp in warm-water farms. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov Gosudarstvennyi Nauchno Issledovatel' skii Institut Ozernogo i Rechnogo Rybnogo Khozyaistva ( 311): 37-44

Myxozyma nipponensis sp. nov. (Candidaceae), a new species recovered from frass of Ips typographus f. Japonicus niijima. Journal of General and Applied Microbiology 39(6): 521-528

N application enhances remobilization and reduces losses of pre-anthesis N in wheat grown on a duplex soil. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 46(3): 519-531

N application increases pre-anthesis contribution of dry matter to grain yield in wheat grown on a duplex soil. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 46(3): 507-518

N biochemical diversity as a factor of soil diversity. Soil biology and biochemistry 27(2): 205-210

N dynamics after ploughing of green fallow on set aside land. Kongressband 1992 Gottingen Vortrage zum Generalthema des 104 VDLUFA Kongresses vom 14-1991992 in Gottingen: Okologische Aspekte extensiver Landbewirtschaftung: 167-170

N mineralization in sandy soils of Fuhrberger Feldes (Hanover) in winter - in situ measurement and modelling. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft ( 72,I): 767-770

N mineralization in sandy soils of the 'Fuhrberg well field' (Hanover) during winter. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde 158(3): 243-249

N requirements of crisphead lettuce grown with drip irrigation on polyethylene-mulched beds. 25th National agricultural plastics congress Proceedings of a conference held in Lexington, KY, USA, 23-27 September 1994: 96-100

N transformation of green manure incorporated directly or returned into soil after feeding pig and its efficiency. Pedosphere 4(1): 79-86

N uptake of woody plants during the growing period. Gartenbauwissenschaft 59(3): 121-125

N x P fertilizer trial on Gutto and BH-140 maize varieties at Bako. IAR Newsletter of Agricultural Research 9(4): 2-3

N, P and K content in the phytomass of two herb associations with a dominance of Lolium perenne. Archivos de Zootecnia 43(162): 175-180

N, P and K on organic farms: herbage and cereal production, purchases and sales. Journal of Agricultural Science 120(3): 353-360

N,N'-dibutylurea from n-butyl isocyanate, a degradation product of benomyl. 1. Formation in Benlate formulations and on plants. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 42(5): 1204-1208

N-(3,4-Methylenedioxyphenyl)carbamates as potent flower-inducing compounds in Asparagus seedlings as well as probes for binding to cytochrome P-450. Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung Section C, Biosciences 50(5/6): 373-379

N-(4-Nitrophenyl)oxamic acid and related N-acylanilines are non-competitive inhibitors of Vibrio cholerae sialidase but do not inhibit Trypanosoma cruzi or Trypanosoma brucei trans-sialidases. Helvetica Chimica Acta 77(4): 1166-1174

N-(Pyrid-3-yl)thioureas and derivatives as acaricides. I. Synthesis and biological properties. Pesticide Science 42(4): 253-263

N-(phenylsulfonyl)-sarcosine a new contaminant in sewage farm ground water. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin 3(10): 639-643

N-15 and C-13 CPMAS and solution NMR studies of N-15 enriched plant material during 600 days of microbial degradation. Organic Geochemistry 23(4): 329-341

N-3 Fatty acids in combination with lipid lowering drugs. n 3 fatty acids and vascular disease: background and pathophysiology, hyperlipidaemia, renal diseases, ischaemic heart disease: 73-82

N-3 Fish oil polyunsaturated fatty acids and bleeding. Journal of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine (Abingdon) 5(3): 281-296

N-3 Polyunsaturated fatty acids in ischaemic heart disease - biochemical and clinical effects. n 3 fatty acids and vascular disease: background and pathophysiology, hyperlipidaemia, renal diseases, ischaemic heart disease: 135-142

n-3 and n-6 fatty acid processing and growth effects in neoplastic and non-cancerous human mammary epithelial cell lines. British Journal of Cancer 70(2): 219-227

N-Alkenylpyrogallol dimethyl ethers, aliphatic diol monoesters and some minor ether lipids from Botryococcus braunii A race. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 40(2): 543-554

N-Alkyl pyrrolidone requirement for stable water-based microemulsions. Devisetty, B N [Editor], Chasin, D G [Editor], Berger, P D [Editor] ASTM Special Technical Publication; Pesticide formulations and application systems: 12th Volume : 85-104

N-glycosylation in trypanosomatid protozoa. Glycobiology 3(3): 193-199

N-Heptacosatrienes and tetraenes from a Bolivian strain of Botryococcus braunii. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 33(5): 1125-1128

N-acetyl transferase activity during the photoperiodic-dependent Pieris brassicae development. Journal of insect physiology 41(10): 827-835

N-acetylglucosamine-binding proteins on Plasmodium falciparum merozoite surface. Glycobiology 3(4): 305-312

N-alkanes as markers in feeding trials. Cahiers Options Mediterraneennes 5: 29-38

N-dealkylation of atrazine by hydrogenotrophic fluorescent pseudomonads. Water Air & Soil Pollution 78(3-4): 335-341

N-dynamics in soil and N-uptake of winter wheat, winter barley and winter rape under special consideration of mineral nitrogen- and slurry fertilization - a balance experiment (results from the SFB 192). Kongressband 1993 Hamburg Vortrage zum Generalthema des 105 VDLUFA Kongresses vom 20-2591993 in Hamburg: Qualitat und Hygiene von Lebensmitteln in Produktion und Verarbeitung: 125-128

N-fatty acyl tryptamines from Annona reticulata. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 34(6): 1633-1635

N-linked carbohydrate chains protect laccase III from proteolysis in Coriolus versicolor. Journal of General Microbiology 139(1): 179-185

N-methoxy septorinol, a substituted pyrazine from the fungus Septoria nodorum. Phytochemistry 31(12): 4393-4394

N-oxidation of quinoline and isoquinoline by Cunninghamella elegans. Experimental Mycology 18(3): 271-274

N-response model for vegetables. Acta Horticulturae ( 371): 381-387

N2 fixation (C2H2 reduction) in 2,4-dichloro-phenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) treated wheat inoculated with free-living diazotrophs. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 27(4/5): 453-457

N2 fixation and partitioning of nitrogen and carbohydrate in white clover as affected by defoliation interval. Korean Journal of Crop Science 40(1): 26-32

N2 fixation in irrigated lucerne grown for hay. Soil biology and biochemistry 27(4-5): 589-594

N2 fixation, N transfer and biomass production of soybean cv. Bragg or its supernodulating nts1007 and sorghum mixed-cropping at two rates of N fertilizer. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 27(3): 311-317

N2O emission by plants and influence of fertilization. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 4(3): 295-298

N:K ratio in rice plants and sheath blight disease occurrence. Journal of Potassium Research 9(3): 281-283

NAD (V-factor)-independent and typical Haemophilus paragallinarum infection in commercial chickens: a five year field study. Avian Pathology 24(3): 453-463

NAD synthesis from nicotinic acid by the hepatocytes prepared from diabetic rats. International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research. Internationale Zeitschrift für Vitamin- und Ernahrungsforschung. Journal International de Vitaminologie et de Nutrition 65(2): 143-146

NAD(P)H-utilizing oxidoreductases of the plasma membrane. An overview of presently purified proteins. Protoplasma 184(1/4): 140-144

NAD+ kinase activity in root tips of nearly isogenic lines of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) that differ in their tolerance to aluminium. Journal of Plant Physiology 145(1/2): 143-147

NAD+-dependent isoform of 11 beta -hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase. Journal of Biological Chemistry 269(42): 25959-25962

NADH-dehydrogenase isozymes in conifers: a single class of isozymes stained by two different stains. Forest Genetics 1(2): 105-110

NADH-dependent glutamate dehydrogenase activity in Lablab purpureus L. under polyethylene glycol '6000' induced stress, cycocel and conditioning treatments. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 32(11): 812-815

NADH-dependent redox activities on the external face of plasma membrane vesicles of chickpea roots. Journal of Plant Physiology 146(5-6): 763-765

NADP+-isocitrate dehydrogenase in germinating and senescing pumpkin cotyledons. Physiologia Plantarum 94(2): 351-355

NAFTA and Mexico's maize producers. World Development Oxford 23(8): 1349-1362

NAFTA and the milking of dairy farmers in Central Mexico. Culture and Agriculture ( 51/52): 13-18

NAFTA: implications for selected crops and livestock of a free trade agreement between the USA and Mexico. Investigacion Agraria, Economia 10(1): 125-148

NAH plasmid-mediated catabolism of anthracene and phenanthrene to naphthoic acids. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 59(6): 1938-1942

NANP]19-5.1. A malaria vaccine field trial in Nigerian children. Tropical and Geographical Medicine 47(2): 61-63

NAP57, a mammalian nucleolar protein with a putative homolog in yeast and bacteria. Journal of Cell Biology 127(6 Pt 1): 1505-1514

NBLF and NM vitality surveys; native oak and beech investigated further. Nederlands Bosbouwtijdschrift 64(5): 43-51

NC 194 primocane-fruiting thorny erect tetraploid blackberry germplasm. Fruit Varieties Journal 49(2): 101-102

NDBEPR process optimization in SBRs: reduction of external carbon-source and oxygen supply. Water Science and Technology 30(4): 169-179

NDF/heregulin activates MAP kinase and p70/p85 S6 kinase during proliferation or differentiation of mammary epithelial cells. Oncogene 10(1): 167-175

NEM-2 digital moisture meter for wood particles. China Wood Industry 9(4): 12-15

NFI/X proteins: a class of NFI family of transcription factors with positive and negative regulatory domains. Cellular & Molecular Biology Research 41(2): 85-95

NFL, the tobacco homolog of FLORICAULA and LEAFY, is transcriptionally expressed in both vegetative and floral meristems. Plant Cell 7(2): 225-234

NGO expansion and the fight to reach the poor: gender implications of NGO scaling-up in Bangladesh. IDS Bulletin 26(3): 49-55

NGO linkages in developing aquaculture as a sustainable farming activity in Bangladesh. Journal of the Asian Farming Systems Association 2(2): 187-195

NGO partnership and institutional development: making it real, making it intentional. Canadian Journal of African Studies 28(3): 447-471

NGO sponsorship of group lending in rural India: context, theory and a case study. Occasional Paper Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath ( 02/94): 30 pp.

NGO support for small business associations: a participatory approach to enterprise development. Community Development Journal 30(1): 56-65

NGO-GO interactions in watershed development: experiences from Gujarat (India). Network Paper Agricultural Administration Research and Extension Network ( 56): i + 18 pp.

NGOs and Cuba: opportunity or opportunism?. Development In Practice: an Oxfam Journal 5(1): 16-25

NGOs and official donors. Briefing Paper Overseas Development Institute ( 4): 4 pp.

NGOs and seed provision to smallholders in developing countries. World Development Oxford 23(3): 413-422

NGOs and the UN system in complex humanitarian emergencies: conflict or cooperation?. Third World Quarterly 16(3): 405-419

NGOs and the integration of conservation and development in Madagascar: an assessment for the USAID SAVEM Project. Development Anthropology Network 12(1/2): 30-38

NGOs and the international environment in the 1990s. CDR Working Papers ( 95.4): 13 pp.

NGOs, gender, culture and multiculturalism: a Zimbabwean view. Gender and Development 3(1): 19-24

NGOs, politics, projects and probity: a policy implementation perspective. Third World Quarterly 16(2): 237-255

NH4+ assimilation in the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Laccaria bicolor (Maire) Orton, a 15N-NMR study. New Phytologist 128(3): 479-485

NHMRC recommendations on malaria chemoprophylaxis. Communicable Diseases Intelligence 17(25): 594-601

NIR fast spectrometer for fruit internal quality assessment. Harvest and postharvest technologies for fresh fruits and vegetables: 471-476

NJ 2169, a high-yielding non-lodging rabi sorghum variety. International Sorghum and Millets Newsletter 35: 84

NJ89-1, a new male-sterile mutant of soyabean. Soybean Science 12(2): 172-174

NK-lysin, a novel effector peptide of cytotoxic T and NK cells. Structure and cDNA cloning of the porcine form, induction by interleukin 2, antibacterial and antitumour activity. Embo Journal 14(8): 1615-1625

NMN adenylyltransferase from bull testis: purification and properties. Biochemical Journal 310: 395-400

NMR - Nuclear Magnetic Resonance - for non-destructive moisture content measurements in wood. Rapport Institutet for Trateknisk Forskning ( 9306032): 24 pp.

NMR analysis of neoquassin. Fitoterapia 65(4): 314-316

NMR analysis of the effect of validoxylamine A, a trehalase inhibitor, on the larvae of the cabbage armyworm. Journal of Pesticide Science 20(1): 83-91

NMR and chemical studies of the morphologically different parts of the olive fruit (Olea europaea L.). Acta Horticulturae ( 356): 260-263

NMR and molecular mechanics of alachlor conformation and conformers: implications to the mechanism of environmental photodegradation. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 43(6): 1724-1729

NMR and molecular modeling studies of the interaction of berenil and pentamidine with d(CGCAAATTTGCG)2. European Journal of Biochemistry 213(3): 1175-1184

NMR assignments of huperzine A, serratinine and lucidioline. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 34(5): 1425-1428

NMR sequential assignments and solution structure of chlorotoxin, a small scorpion toxin that blocks chloride channels. Biochemistry Washington 34(1): 13-21

NMR spectral analysis of polyphenols from Punica granatum. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 36(3): 793-798

NMR structure determination and intramolecular transesterification of four diacetyl taxinines which co-elute with taxol obtained from Taxus x. media Hicksii needles. Phytochemistry 34(2): 477-483

NMR studies of dextran oligomer interactions with model polyphenols. Carbohydrate Research 266(2): 229-235

NMR studies of non-freezing water in cellular plant tissue. Food Chemistry 51(3): 331-336

NMR studies of phosphoinositol oligosaccharides from protozoa. Ciencia e Cultura Sao Paulo 46(4): 262-272

NMR study on a SRYD-containing fibronectin-like sequence (250-257) of Leishmania gp63: contribution of residual water in the dimethyl sulfoxide solution structure. Perkin Transactions 2 (4): 821-826

NMR techniques (C, H and N) in soil chemistry. 15th World Congress of Soil Science, Acapulco, Mexico, 10-16, July, 1994 Transactions, Volume 3a: commission II symposia: 23-44

NOAA polar-orbiting satellite HRPT data and GIS in vegetation index estimation for the Everglades Agricultural Area. Proceedings Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida 53: 19-24

NOAA-AVHRR NDVI decomposition and subpixel classification using linear mixing in the Argentinean Pampa. International Journal of Remote Sensing 16(7): 1303-1325

NORTHWOODS wildlife habitat data base. Research Note North Central Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( NC-359): 2 pp.

NOx pollution abatement in nitric acid plants. Fertiliser News 39(9): 57-62

NPA binding activity is peripheral to the plasma membrane and is associated with the cytoskeleton. Plant Cell 6(12): 1941-1953

NPK distribution in relation to important soil properties in old alluvial rice soils of Bihar. Annals of Agricultural Research 14(4): 482-485

NSDL-AU model, soil stress-strain behavior. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 941074): 8pp.

NSF research in hydrologic sciences. Journal of Hydrology Amsterdam 172(1/4): 3-14

NSW Agriculture Dairy Research Institute: incorporating dairy research at Wollongbar, Camden, Wagga, Berry, Taree 1994/95. NSW Agriculture Dairy Research Institute: incorporating dairy research at Wollongbar, Camden, Wagga, Berry, Taree 1994/95: 58 pp.

NSW Agriculture submission to the Prices Surveillance Authority Inquiry into the Prices of Farm Chemicals. Economic Policy Report Economic Services Unit, NSW Agriculture ( 5): iii + 16 pp.

NSW government submission to the Industry Commission Inquiry into Meat Processing. Economic Policy Report Economic Services Unit, NSW Agriculture ( 8): vi + 55 pp.

NSW government submission to the Wool Industry Review. Economic Policy Report Economic Services Unit, NSW Agriculture ( 6): vi + 57 pp.

NSW sheep & goat industries situation statement: April 1995. NSW sheep and goat industries situation statement: April 1995: 41 pp.

NUCIS Newsletter. NUCIS Newsletter: 24 pp.

NZ bee genetic improvement group - a unique response to the challenge. New Zealand Beekeeper 2(2): 7-9

Na+ and K+ transport in excised soybean roots. Physiologia Plantarum 93(1): 132-138

Na+-Fe2+ exchange isotherms on some clay minerals. Egyptian Journal of Soil Science 32(3): 361-371

Na+/H+ exchange mediates meal-stimulated ileal absorption. Surgery 116(2): 388-94; Discussion 394-5

Na-Ca exchange studies in some soils of Karnataka. Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities 18(1): 106-107

Na/K ratios as the basis of salt tolerance in wheat. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 46(3): 533-539

NaCl stress enhances proteolytic turnover of the tonoplast H+-ATPase of Citrus sinensis: appearance of a 35 kDa fragment of subunit A still exhibiting ATP-hydrolysis activity?. Plant, Cell and Environment 18(11): 1341-1344

NaCl stress-induced organic solute changes on leaves and calli of Lycopersicon esculentum, L. pennellii and their interspecific hybrid. Journal of Plant Physiology 143(1): 106-111

NaCl-induced accumulation of tonoplast and plasma membrane H+-ATPase message in tomato. Physiologia Plantarum 94(4): 722-728

Nabulsi: a Jordanian cheese. Dairy Industries International 60(7): 33, 35

Nachocho - an example of the change of the living sphere of the Maasai of Northern Tanzania. Geojournal 36(1): 49-55

Nadelspora canceri n. g., n. sp., an unusual microsporidian parasite of the Dungeness crab, Cancer magister. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. July-August; 414: 349-359

Naftifine versus miconazole/hydrocortisone in inflammatory dermatophyte infections. International Journal of Dermatology 33(8): 570-572

Naive T cells can mediate delayed-type hypersensitivity response in T cell receptor transgenic mice. European Journal of Immunology 24(7): 1512-1516

Naloxone blocks that portion of feeding driven by sweet taste in food-restricted rats. American Journal of Physiology 268(1 Pt 2): R248-R252

Naloxone evokes a nutritionally dependent LH response in post partum beef cows but not in mid-luteal phase maiden heifers. Animal Science (Pencaitland) 61(2): 219-230

Naloxone, an opiate blocker, reduces the consumption of sweet high-fat foods in obese and lean female binge eaters. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 61(6): 1206-1212

Naloxone-induced anorexia increases neuropeptide Y concentrations in the dorsomedial hypothalamus: evidence for neuropeptide Y-opioid interactions in the control of food intake. Peptides 15(4): 657-660

Nam Cat Tien: Czechoslovak Vietnamese expedition, November 1989: research report. Nam Cat Tien: Czechoslovak Vietnamese expedition, November 1989: research report: 45 pp.

Names of some larches (Larix, Pinaceae) of Russia. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 79(11): 90-91

Names of the more important European tree species and respective woods in 12 languages. Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 52(5): 325-336

Names of the southern African species of Rhus (Anacardiaceae) and their etymology. Bothalia 24(1): 67-76

Nanofiltration of whey: quality, environmental and economic aspects. Journal of the Society of Dairy Technology 48(1): 20-25

Nanophyes species (Coleoptera: Apionidae), a reservoir host of rice-pest parasitoids. Indian Journal of Agricultural Science 63(5): 315-316

Nantwich International Cheese Show. A show for the professionals. Milk Industry International 97(9): 19-20

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Nastic curvatures of wheat coleoptiles that develop in true microgravity. Plant Cell & Environment 18(7): 818-822

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National Recreation Foundation recognizes NYJTL outreach programs. Parks and Recreation Arlington 30(4): 48-53

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Nationwide survey of bednet use in rural Gambia. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 72(3): 391-394

Native North American plum species potential for variety and rootstock development. Acta Horticulturae ( 359): 41-48

Native Rhizobium nodulation in different pulses under lowland rice (Oryza sativa) fallows. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 64(9): 633-634

Native and common names of Cape Verde plants. Garcia de Orta Serie de Botanica 12(1/2): 127-150

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Native festivals as tourism attractions: a community challenge. Journal of Applied Recreation Research 18(2): 131-142

Native forage flora of southeastern Spain: II. Nutritive value. Pastos 23(1): 47-60

Native fruit and nut bearing species of the Kimberleys. WANATCA Yearbook 18(0): 26-31

Native fruit species of economic potential from the Brazilian Amazon. Angewandte Botanik 68(1-2): 47-52

Native gibberellin-O-glucosides from mature seeds of Phaseolus coccineus. Phytochemistry 35(1): 35-38

Native grass cultivars for multiple revegetation goals on a proposed mine site in southcentral Alaska. Restoration Ecology 3(2): 111-122

Native lily conservation in Wisconsin. Lily Yearbook of the North American Lily Society, Inc 1995; ( 44): 74-78

Native orchids of Belize. McLeish, I [Author], Pearce, N R [Author], Adams, B R [Author] Native orchids of Belize xvii+278p

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Native parasitoids associated with the genus Anastrepha (Dipt.: Tephritidae) in Los Tuxtlas, Veracruz, Mexico. Entomophaga 39(2): 171-178

Native parasitoids in control of the pine shoot moth Rhyacionia buoliana: progress in identifying the complex and its development strategies. Bosque 12(1): 69-74

Native peoples and tourism: conflict and compromise. Global tourism: the next decade: 124-145

Native pierine butterfly (Pieridae) adapting to naturalized crucifer?. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 48(2): 168-170

Native serradella: a winter alternative for the varzeas of southern Brazil. Lavoura Arrozeira 47(415): 19-22

Native valve endocarditis attributable to Lactobacillus casei var. casei. Medecine et Maladies Infectieuses 24(2): 110-111

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Native wild grasses and flowers: new possibilities for nematode control. Agri food Research in Ontario 17(4): 20-26

Nativity and infant feeding patterns among Filipino women in Hawaii. Ecology of food and nutrition3(4): 263-272

Nattrassia mangiferae, a fungus causing several diseases in mango. Yearbook South African Mango Growers' Association 13: 93-96

Natural N2-fixing ability of different soyabean cultivars in Jilin and Liaoning provinces . Soybean Science 13(1): 38-47

Natural abundance of 15N in soils along forest-to-pasture chronosequences in the western Brazilian Amazon Basin. Oecologia (Berlin) 99(1-2): 112-117

Natural abundance of 15N in tropical plants with emphasis on tree legumes. Plant & Soil 153(2): 295-304

Natural adhesive-bonded particleboards. Bioresource Technology 48(1): 83-85

Natural adsorbents in diets for fur-bearing animals. Zootekhniya ( 2): 22-23

Natural ageing: poly(A) polymerase in germinating embryos of Triticum durum wheat. Annals of Botany 76(1): 15-21

Natural alternatives to inert substrates. Gartenbau Magazin 3(3): 8-11

Natural amino acid polymorphisms of the circumsporozoite protein of Plasmodium falciparum abrogate specific human CD4+ T cell responsiveness. European Journal of Immunology 24(6): 1418-1425

Natural and anthropogenic causes and effects of soil acidification. Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych 413: 1-7

Natural and anthropogenic causes and effects of soil acidification. Papers presented at the National Conference held in Lublin, Poland, 21-22 September, 1993. Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych 413: 334 pp.

Natural and artificial selection in the introduction of woody plants. Lesovedenie ( 1): 63-66

Natural and experimental Borrelia burgdorferi infections in woodrats and deer mice from California. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 30(3): 389-398

Natural and experimental Strongyloides papillosus infection in calves. Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinaria e Zootecnia 46(2): 111-119

Natural and subclinical Corynebacterium kutscheri infection in rats. Laboratory Animal Science 45(1): 11-14

Natural and synthetic edible moisture barrier. United States Patent (US 5130151): 9 pp.

Natural and technical factors influencing capture of Ostrinia nubilalis Hbn. (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) males with synthetic sex pheromone and flight curve recording. Analele Institutului de Cercetari pentru Protectia Plantelor, Academia de Stiinte Agricole si Silvice 24: 105-116

Natural antibody responses against the non-repeat-sequence-based B-cell epitopes of the Plasmodium falciparum circumsporozoite protein. Infection and Immunity 61(6): 2425-2433

Natural antimicrobial systems and food preservation. Dillon, V M [Editor], Board, R G [Editor] Natural antimicrobial systems and food preservation xiv+328p

Natural antioxidants from Thymus vulgaris (thyme) volatile oil: the beneficial effects upon mammalian lipid metabolism. Acta Horticulturae ( 332): 177-182

Natural antioxidants in grapes and wines. Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry 42(1): 64-69

Natural attraction of livestock ticks by the leaves of a shrub. Tropical Animal Health & Production 26(2): 87-91

Natural behaviour of sugarcane germplasm against Scirpophaga excerptalis Wlk. infestation. Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 54(2): 164-169

Natural biology and cultural biology of Phaeosphaeria nodorum, the causal agent of septoria glume blotch on wheat. Mededelingen Faculteit Landbouwkundige en Toegepaste Biologische Wetenschappen, Universiteit Gent 59(3a): 869-876

Natural branch pruning and its importance for forestry. Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 46(2): 32

Natural build-up of aphids, thrips, and red spider mite populations on young plants of four TV clones in Darjeeling Terai. Two and a Bud 40(2): 51-52

Natural chromatographic separation of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylenes (BTEX compounds) in a gasoline contaminated ground water aquifer. Organic Geochemistry 21(10/11): 1141-1150

Natural complexes of the Caspian Sea coast in Turkmenistan. Problems of Desert Development ( 3): 9-14

Natural content of chemical preservatives in food products. Potravinarske Vedy 13(5): 403-408

Natural content of phenols and tannin in Quercus robur leaves related to development of Euproctis chrysorrhoea caterpillars. Acta Horticulturae ( 381): 738-748

Natural dangers and the importance of forests in the natural equilibrium. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen 146(8): 629-640

Natural defence mechanism against mastitis: A comparative histomorphology of buffalo and cow teat canal. Buffalo Journal 10(2): 125-131

Natural degradation rates of BTEX compound and naphthalene in a sulphate reducing environment. Hydrological Sciences Journal 38(4): 309-322

Natural disaster reduction. Natural disaster reduction: xiv + 269 pp.

Natural disasters in the Tabor region. Lesnicka Prace 72(8/9): 226, 229-235

Natural distribution and abundance of forest species and communities in northern Florida. Ecology (Tempe) 75(3): 687-705

Natural distribution and suitable method for plantation of two Dryobalanops species in Negara Brunei Darussalam. Bulletin of the Forestry & Forest Products Research Institute 0(366): 31-56

Natural distribution of entomopathogenic nematodes (Rhabditida: Heterorhabditidae and Steinernematidae) in Oregon soils. Environmental Entomology 24(1): 159-163

Natural disturbance regimes in old-growth northern hardwoods: implications for restoration efforts. Journal of Forestry 92(1): 33-38

Natural durability and treatability of rubber (Hevea brasiliensis) wood. Bangladesh Journal of Forest Science 23(2): 74-78

Natural durability of some common Indian timbers and marine plywood against biodeterioration in Kochi waters (India). Journal of the Timber Development Association of India 40(1): 40-53

Natural dynamics of old-growth Picea abies forest - spatial and temporal patterns, northern Sweden. Dissertations in Forest Vegetation Ecology ( 2): 19 + 76 pp.

Natural ecto-mycorrhiza of Acacia mangium. Nitrogen Fixing Tree Research Reports 10: 96

Natural effective half-life of 137Cs in tea plants. Health Physics 68(1): 94-99

Natural electron donors for nitrogenase in the cyanobacterium Anabaena variabilis. Mikrobiologiya 62(3): 76-82

Natural enemies and seasonal abundance of the blackmargined aphid (Monellia caryella) in pecan orchards in Israel. Phytoparasitica. November; 214: 329-332

Natural enemies in straw-mulch reduce Colorado potato beetle populations and damage in potato. Biological Control 4(2): 163-169

Natural enemies of Cicadellidae in the southeast Mediterranean Region of Turkey. Turkiye III Biyolojik Mucadele Kongresi Bildirileeri, 25-28 Ocak 1994, Ege Universitesi Ziraat Fakultesi, Bitki Koruma Bolumu, Izmir: 365-374

Natural enemies of Epilachna varivestis Mulsant in El Salvador. Boletin Informativo CATIE ( 28): 1-4

Natural enemies of Siphoninus phillyreae (Homoptera: Aleurodidae) and Aphis punicae (Homoptera: Aphididae) on pomegranate. Entomon. March; 201: 31-34

Natural enemies of cereal bug (Aelia rostrata Boh. Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) in Central Anatolia. Turkiye III Biyolojik Mucadele Kongresi Bildirileeri, 25-28 Ocak 1994, Ege Universitesi Ziraat Fakultesi, Bitki Koruma Bolumu, Izmir: 187-194

Natural enemies of major insect pests of black pepper (Piper nigrum L.) in India. Journal of Spices and Aromatic Crops 3(1): 50-55

Natural enemies of rice bug Oebalus ornatus. Arroz 43(391): 38-39

Natural enemies of sunn pest (Eurygaster maura L., Hemiptera: Scutelleridae) and their activities in Ankara. Turkiye III Biyolojik Mucadele Kongresi Bildirileeri, 25-28 Ocak 1994, Ege Universitesi Ziraat Fakultesi, Bitki Koruma Bolumu, Izmir: 175-186

Natural enemies of thrips on avocado. Yearbook South African Avocado Growers' Association 16: 105-106

Natural enemies on Coccus pseudomagnoliarum Kuwana in coastal part of Montenegro. Zastita Bilja 45(2): 139-150

Natural enemy impact on the abundance of Diuraphis noxia (Homoptera: Aphididae) in wheat in southern France. Environmental Entomology 24(2): 402-408

Natural establishment and selenium accumulation of herbaceous plant species in soils with elevated concentrations of selenium and salinity under irrigation and tillage practices. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 25(2): 127-140

Natural etching rates of feldspar and hornblende. Aquatic Sciences 55(4): 262-272

Natural fatty acid variation in the genus Brassica and its exploitation through resynthesis. Cruciferae Newsletter ( 17): 14-15

Natural fibre mats for erosion control and vegetation establishment. Agricultural Progress No. 69: 43-50

Natural filter systems for wastewater. BioCycle 34(12): 40-43

Natural fluctuations of Scutellonema bradys (Nematoda: Hoplolaimidae) during yam growth (Dioscorea alata) in Martinique (West Indies). Nematologica 40(4): 587-600

Natural foci of tick-borne encephalitis in central Europe and the relationship of the incidence of Ixodes ricinus to original ecosystems. Central European Journal of Public Health 3(1): 33-37

Natural foci of tick-borne encephalitis in the Slovak Republic and its relationship to original ecosystems. Ceskoslovenska Epidemiologie Mikrobiologie Imunologie 41(6): 366-371

Natural food of carp fry under conditions of intensive fertilizing. Ichthyos 10(12): 35-44

Natural forest management in Sahelian ecosystems of southern Niger. Journal of Arid Environments 30(2): 129-142

Natural forest management in the American tropics: an annotated bibliography. Natural forest management in the American tropics: an annotated bibliography: ii + 340 pp.

Natural forest management pilot project: an approach to sustainable management for communally-owned tropical rain forests in Fiji. Forstarchiv 66(3): 95-100

Natural forest reserves and the ideal of 'naturalness' - an historical analysis of forest science research. Allgemeine Forst und Jagdzeitung 166(6): 115-121

Natural fruit for ice cream. Scandinavian Dairy Information 8(4): 14-15

Natural genetic variation in stress resistance and economically useful characters in Prosopis and Opuntia. Biotechnology for aridland plants: 269-285

Natural germination as resilience component in Mediterranean coppice stands of Castanea sativa Mill. and Quercus ilex L. Acta Oecologica 15(4): 417-429

Natural glycosides as potential odorants and flavorants. Acta Horticulturae ( 344): 17-28

Natural growth conditions of Ulmus pumila in the deserts of Mongolia. Lesovedenie ( 2): 42-53

Natural hazards from the forestry standpoint - past, present, future. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen 146(9): 675-686

Natural history of leaf-folding caterpillars, Dichomeris spp. (Gelechiidae), on goldenrods and asters. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 102(4): 405-428

Natural host range and persistence of Perezia dichroplusae Lange and Nosema locustae Canning (Protozoa: Microspora) in Argentinian acridids (Orthoptera: Acrididae). Neotropica 38(99): 65-74

Natural hosts of Anastrepha ludens (Loew) (Diptera: Tephritidae) in the La Paz area, B.C.S. Mexico. Folia Entomologica Mexicana ( 84): 157-158

Natural hosts of tobacco etch virus and their aphid vectors in pepper production areas in Cuba. Ciencias de la Agricultura ( 39): 22-28

Natural hybridization and Louisiana irises. Defining a major factor in plant evolution. BioScience 44(3): 141-147

Natural infection of Amorphophallus konjac with dasheen mosaic virus in Brazil. Fitopatologia Brasileira 18(4): 551-554

Natural infection of Brugia malayi in a child outside endemic area, Thailand. Mosquito Borne Diseases Bulletin 9(4): 128-130

Natural infection of Phlebotomus perniciosus Newstead, 1911 (Diptera, Phlebotomidae) by two distinct zymodemes of the Leishmania infantum complex in the southeast of Spain. Boletim da Sociedade Portuguesa de Entomologia 1993; (Suplemento 3, 1): 513-520

Natural infection of banana cultivar Prata (AAB) by cucumber mosaic virus in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. Fitopatologia Brasileira 19(3): 483-484

Natural infestation of peaches, apples and quinces by the Oriental fruit moth Grapholita molesta (Busck.). Anais da Sociedade Entomologica do Brasil 23(3): 561-563

Natural instability of Agrobacterium vitis Ti plasmid due to unusual duplication of a 2.3-kb DNA fragment. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 7(2): 164-172

Natural involution of muscle in the proximal sesamoidean ligament in sheep. Journal of Anatomy 186: 75-86

Natural killer cell activity in experimental paracoccidioidomycosis of the Syrian hamster. Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de Sao Paulo 37(2): 129-136

Natural killer cells are a source of interferon gamma that drives differentiation of CD4+ T cell subsets and induces early resistance to Leishmania major in mice. Journal of Experimental Medicine 178(2): 567-577

Natural killer enhancement factor-like gene in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Immunogenetics 42(5): 438-439

Natural light intensity with its application to photoperiod-sensitive genic male sterile rice over Wuhan district. Journal of Nanjing Institute of Meteorology 17(4): 512-515

Natural management of woods: continuous cover forestry. Natural management of woods: continuous cover forestry: xiv + 152 pp.

Natural mating or artificial insemination? Importance of the diluent in AI. Rivista di Coniglicoltura 31(11): 41-43

Natural mortality of Mansonia annulifera with special reference to mortality due to Brugia malayi infection and distribution of parasites in a vector population. Journal of Applied Ecology 31(2): 247-252

Natural mycorrhization in cultivated Corylus avellana L. Annali della Facolta di Agraria, Universita degli Studi di Perugia 44(2): 675-705

Natural nidi of Lyme disease in some zones of West Siberia. Problemy kleshchevykh borreliozov: 133-136

Natural occurrence of 13C and its role as tracer in the dynamics of soil organic matter and in the development of continental palaeoenvironments. Cahiers ORSTOM, Serie Pedologie 26(4): 299-313

Natural occurrence of Bacillus thuringiensis on cauliflower and grass foliage. Bulletin OILB/SROP 17(3): 262-266

Natural occurrence of acetylated derivatives of deoxynivalenol and nivalenol in wheat and barley in Japan. Food Additives and Contaminants 12(5): 689-694

Natural occurrence of aflatoxin and Alternaria mycotoxins in oilseed rape from Catalonia (Spain): incidence of toxigenic strains. Mycopathologia 128(3): 175-179

Natural occurrence of clitoria yellow vein virus in Calopogonium mucunoides in Malaysia. Plant Disease 78(11): 1123

Natural occurrence of cucumber mosaic virus in chickpea in Pakistan. International Chickpea Newsletter ( 29): 10

Natural occurrence of indoleacetamide and amidohydrolase activity in etiolated aseptically-grown squash seedlings. Plant & Cell Physiology 35(3): 329-339

Natural occurrence of insect pathogenic nematodes (Rhabditida: Heterorhabditidae) in Egyptian soils. Afro Asian Journal of Nematology 4(2): 151-154

Natural occurrence of microhymenopterous parasitoids of fly pupae in a poultry house. Anais da Sociedade Entomologica do Brasil 22(3): 527-533

Natural occurrence of mycotoxins and mycotoxigenic fungi in cereals in the United Kingdom. Food Additives and Contaminants 12(3): 377-382

Natural occurrence of mycotoxins other than aflatoxin in Africa, Asia and South America. Mycotoxin Research 10(1): 21-40

Natural occurrence of trichothecenes and zearalenone in Argentine wheat. Food Control 6(4): 201-204

Natural occurrence of trichothecenes and zearalenone in the 1993 barley crop in Korea. Journal of the Food Hygienic Society of Japan 36(1): 85-88

Natural outcrossing in Lathyrus sativus L. Indian Journal of Genetics & Plant Breeding 55(2): 204-207

Natural outcrossing potential in cytoplasmic male sterile lines of rice. International Rice Research Notes 19(3): 5

Natural parasitic infection of the golden apple snail, Pomacea canaliculata. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health 24(1): 170-177

Natural parasitism of Spodoptera frugiperda and Helicoverpa zea (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) eggs in corn by Trichogramma pretiosum (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae) in Brazil. Florida Entomologist. March; 771: 185-188

Natural parasitism with Boophilus microplus (Acari: Ixodidae) in cattle biotypes with different proportions of Bos taurus (Spanish and British) and Bos indicus genes. Research and Reviews in Parasitology 1993; 52(3-4): 77-82

Natural pasture fertilization with superphosphate in the Dehesa ecosystem. REUR Technical Series FAO Regional Office for Europe ( 28): 80-84

Natural phases of stand development as a basis for forest inventory in forest nature resources. Sylwan 138(4): 29-39

Natural phenolics as antioxidants and hypotensive materials. Bulletin of the Institute for Comprehensive Agricultural Sciences, Kinki University ( 2): 1-11

Natural phillipsite as a matrix for a slow-release formulation of oxamyl. Environmental Pollution 88(3): 355-359

Natural poisoning of cattle by sporidesmin mycotoxin. 1. Epidemiological aspects in Brazil. Proceedings 18th World Buiatrics Congress: 26th Congress of the Italian Association of Buiatrics, Bologna, Italy, August 29 September 2, 1994 Volume 2: 1369-1372

Natural pollination and fruiting limitation in Hyptis suaveolens as a function of predation of lynx spider on pollinators and florivory by katydid. Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy Part B Biological Sciences 58(4): 201-207

Natural predation: a viable option for controlling vertebrate pests in Malaysia. Planter 70(817): 161-172

Natural premedication for mast cell proliferative disorders. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 46(1): 71-72

Natural presence of dextrins in honeydew honey from Metcalfa pruinosa (Say). Apidologie 25(5): 449-450

Natural product chemistry and the chemical ecology of insects. Phytophaga Madras 6(2): 105-112

Natural production of wild edible mushrooms in the southwestern rural territory of Mexico City, Mexico. Forest Ecology & Management 72(1): 13-20

Natural products and prospects of genetic manipulation. Phytophaga Madras 6(2): 113-115

Natural products as a source of agrochemicals and leads for chemical synthesis. Pesticide Science 39(2): 131-140

Natural products in plant protection. Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology 99(SUPPL 3): 109-117

Natural products in the fight against AIDS. Pharmaceutical Journal 254(6838): 583-587

Natural protection against severe Plasmodium falciparum malaria due to impaired rosette formation. Blood 84(11): 3909-3914

Natural pyrethrins and biotechnological alternatives. Biotechnology and Development Monitor ( 21): 12-13

Natural radioactivity in Spanish soils. Health Physics 66(2): 194-200

Natural radioactivity in the Syrian environment. Science of the Total Environment 170(1-2): 119-124

Natural radionuclide distribution in soils of Caceres (Spain): dosimetry implications. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity 23(1): 19-37

Natural radionuclides in honey. Acta Veterinaria (Belgrade) 42(5-6): 357-360

Natural recovery of compacted soils in an upland hardwood forest in Indiana. Northern journal of applied forestry 9(4): 138-141

Natural recycling: Darwin's landfill solution. Waste Disposal and Water Management in Australia 20(1): 25, 29

Natural reforestation of abandoned farmland: the role of soils. Australian Geographer 24(2): 14-25

Natural reforestation of storm-damaged areas. AFZ, Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift 49(2): 92-95

Natural regeneration - in 'mother nature's' own time. Australian Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 7(4): 28-33

Natural regeneration and diversity of woody species in tropical rain forests. Boletin de la Sociedad Botanica de Mexico ( 54): 179-224

Natural regeneration and fellings in Scots pine stands of the central chernozem region. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 2/3): 19-22

Natural regeneration in conifer stands in the northern Perm region. Lesovodstvo, Lesnye Kul' tury i Pochvovedenie: 40-47

Natural regeneration in encinal woodlands of southeastern Arizona. Southwestern Naturalist 39(2): 179-183

Natural regeneration in mountain forests and the impact of wild ungulates in the western Italian Alps. Monti e Boschi 46(5): 15-23

Natural regeneration in rotational set-aside fields and its influence on nitrate leaching and weed problems. Investigations performed in the winter 1992/93. SP Rapport Statens Planteavlsforsog ( 48): 46 pp.

Natural regeneration in the equatorial forest of the Yangambi region, applied to Afrormosia elata Harms. Natural regeneration in the equatorial forest of the Yangambi region, applied to Afrormosia elata Harms: xvi + 202 pp.

Natural regeneration of Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis) stands following fire. II. Topographic factors and seedling distribution. Monti e Boschi 44(3): 10-20

Natural regeneration of Jacaranda copaia in secondary forests at Neuva Requena, Pucallpa. Revista Forestal del Peru 20(1): 13-22

Natural regeneration of Norway spruce under shelterwood - a study of, and comments on, the literature. Redogorelse SkogForsk ( 4): 51 pp.

Natural regeneration of Pinus resinosa on burned and unburned sites in Newfoundland. Journal of Vegetation Science 5(2): 179-186

Natural regeneration of Quercus robur in the Northern Caucasus. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 5): 36-38

Natural regeneration of broadleaved trees in Britain: III. Germination and establishment. Forestry Oxford 68(1): 1-9

Natural regeneration of cork oak in the seed stand at Dervishitsa. Nauka za Gorata 28(3): 26-30

Natural regeneration of silver fir (Abies pindrow) in the moist temperate forest of Pakistan (a case study from Kund). Pakistan Journal of Forestry 42(4): 202-214

Natural regeneration of tropical pines at Tirupati-Tirumala Devasthanam forests (Andhra Pradesh). Indian Forester 121(5): 425-426

Natural regeneration on fellings after using feller bunchers in the mid-Angara region. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 3): 22-24

Natural regeneration on planted clear-cuts in boreal Sweden. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 9(3): 245-250

Natural regeneration on spoil mounds of phosphorite workings. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 9): 37-38

Natural regeneration: present state of knowledge. The case of Norway spruce in Macot forest (Savoy). Revue Forestiere Francaise 46(1): 25-45

Natural regulation of spring rape pest numbers. Zashchita Rastenii Moskva ( 8): 11

Natural regulation of white grub (Holotrichia sp,: Scarabaeidae) by birds in agroecosystem. Journal of Biosciences 19(4): 381-389

Natural rehabilitation of tractor disturbed soils in tropical rain forest in Sabah, Malaysia. Working Paper International Rural Development Centre, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences ( 285): 36 pp.

Natural resistance in calves of different breeds. Zootekhniya 47(3): 6-8

Natural resistance of some Paraguayan species to decay. KA' AGUY, Revista Forestal del Paraguay 9(1): 5-8

Natural resistance of twenty-five timber species to marine borer attack in Goa waters (India). Journal of the Timber Development Association of India 39(4): 12-20

Natural resource accounting for the National Forests: a conceptual framework. General Technical Report North Central Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( NC-171): 13 pp.

Natural resource conservation and management in the SADC region: challenges and opportunities. Proceedings of the 1st and 2nd SADC/ELMS Applied Research Seminars, held in Gaborone, Botswana, 2-4 October, 1991 and Mbabane, Swaziland, 9-11 November, 1992. Report SADC Environment and Land Management Sector Coordination Unit ( 37): ix + 177 pp.

Natural resource conservation with peoples' participation in the uplands of the Maribios volcanic ranges of Nicaragua. I. Appropriate land use and rural social diversity. II. Adaptation of conservative technology to farmers. III. Conceptual framework for incentives. Turrialba 43(3): 163-188

Natural resource economics: selected papers of Allen V. Kneese. Natural resource economics: selected papers of Allen V Kneese: xix + 478 pp.

Natural resource exploitation and the role of new technology: a case-history of the UK herring industry. Environmental Conservation 22(2): 103-110

Natural resource management and economywide policies in Costa Rica: a computable general equilibrium (CGE) modeling approach. World Bank Economic Review 9(2): 259-285

Natural resource management and livestock development in agro-sylvo-pastoral zones. Natural resources and social conflicts in the Sahel: Proceedings of the 5th Sahel Workshop, 4-6 January 1993: 150-154

Natural resource stewardship - efficacy of Treflan and Sonalan in conservation tillage. Down to Earth Midland 50(2): 6-12

Natural resources and gender implications. Appropriate Technology 22(1): 21-23

Natural resources and social conflicts in the Sahel: Proceedings of the 5th Sahel Workshop, 4-6 January 1993. Natural resources and social conflicts in the Sahel: Proceedings of the 5th Sahel Workshop, 4-6 January 1993: vi + 232 pp.

Natural resources and the persistence of rural poverty in America: a Weberian perspective on the role of power, domination, and natural resource bureaucracy. Society and Natural Resources 7(5): 415-427

Natural resources in a high-tech economy: scarcity versus resourcefulness. Working Paper Forest Economics and Policy Analysis Research Unit, University of British Columbia ( 117): ii + 18 pp.

Natural resources on the Adriatic, ecology and tourism development in the Republic of Croatia. Acta Turistica 6(2): 191-202

Natural resources, national income, and economic growth in Africa. World Development Oxford 23(9): 1507-1519

Natural revegetation of 15 abandoned mine land sites in West Virginia. Journal of Environmental Quality 23(6): 1224-1230

Natural rhizobial populations and nodulation status of woody legumes growing in diverse Kenyan conditions. Plant & Soil 173(2): 211-224

Natural rubber in China. Plantations Recherche Developpement 1(1): 14-20

Natural rubber worldwide: a changing market. Plantations, Recherche, Developpement 1(2): 39-42; 42-44

Natural rubber: bibliography volume 2. Natural rubber: bibliography volume 2: 125 pp.

Natural rubbers from 1500 to 1800: 3 forgotten centuries from the Aztecs to MacIntosh. Revue Generale des Caoutchoucs et Plastiques ( 707): 91-95

Natural selection at the class II major histocompatibility complex of mammals. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences 346(1317): 359-367

Natural selection in the context of the theory of vertical evolution. Genetika Moskva 31(1): 5-14

Natural selection of UDP genotypes in an experimental population of Lolium perenne (Poaceae). American Journal of Botany 82(6): 811-815

Natural selection on the peptide-binding regions of major histocompatibility complex molecules. Immunogenetics 42(4): 233-243

Natural substances (acetogenins) from the family Annonaceae are powerful inhibitors of mitochondrial NADH dehydrogenase (Complex I). Biochemical Journal 301: 161-167

Natural suppression of take-all disease of wheat in Montana soils. Plant & Soil 164(1): 9-18

Natural systems for waste management and treatment. Natural systems for waste management and treatment (Ed. 2): xi + 433 pp.

Natural toxic compounds of foods. Formation and change during processing and storage. Natural toxic compounds of foods Formation and change during processing and storage: 268 pp.

Natural transmission of microsporidia (Encephalitozoon cuniculi) in the chicken egg. Tierarztliche Praxis 22(2): 147-150

Natural treatment systems. Water Environment Research 66(4): 357-361

Natural uterine Mycoplasma pulmonis infection in female rats. Veterinarni Medicina 40(8): 253-255

Natural variation and genetic parameters in Fraser fir for growth and Christmas tree traits. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 24(7): 1480-1486

Natural variation in patterns of polysomaty among individual tomato plants and their regenerated progeny. Plant Science (Limerick) 106(2): 129-139

Natural variation in wood properties of Alnus acuminata H.B.K. grown in Colombia. Wood and Fiber Science 27(1): 41-48

Natural variation within Beta genetic resources and their potential for breeding. Anadolu 4(2): 37-54

Natural variation: a complicating factor in bioassays with chemical and microbial pesticides. Journal of Economic Entomology 88(1): 1-10

Natural ventilation for a conventional cow barn. Producteur de Lait Quebecois 13(9): 29-30

Natural ventilation in low plastic tunnels in the Mediterranean zone. Plasticulture ( 105): 21-24

Natural ventilation of a greenhouse with continuous roof vents: measurements and data analysis. Journal of Agricultural Engineering Research 61(1): 27-35

Natural ventilation of plastics tunnel greenhouses in the Mediterranean. Plasticulture ( 104): 33-46

Natural volatile organic compound emission rate estimates for U.S. woodland landscapes. Atmospheric Environment 28(6): 1197-1210

Natural wetland polishing effluent discharging to Wooloweyah lagoon. Water Science and Technology 29(4): 185-192

Natural wine yeasts as biocontrol agents. Journal of Applied Bacteriology 78(3): 304-308

Naturalistic forestry in Baden-Wurttemberg: consequences for purposeful management of hunting. AFZ, Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift 49(16): 902-904

Naturalistic meaning of the normal forest. Sylwan 136(12): 41-44

Naturalistic silviculture in the Kocevje forest landscape. Gozdarski Vestnik 52(3): 153-160

Naturalization of Begonia cucullata in Port St. Johns region, Transkei. South African Journal of Botany 60(2): 136-137

Naturally acquired antibodies against the major merozoite surface coat protein (MSP-1) of Plasmodium falciparum acquired by residents in an endemic area of Colombia. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 89 Suppl 2: 55-61

Naturally acquired concomitant infections of bancroftian filariasis and human plasmodia in Orissa. Indian Journal of Malariology 32(1): 32-36

Naturally acquired human antibodies which recognize the first epidermal growth factor-like module in the Plasmodium falciparum merozoite surface protein 1 do not inhibit parasite growth in vitro. Infection and Immunity 62(10): 4488-4494

Naturally established seedlings on an artificially regenerated area in northern Sweden. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 7(4): 485-495

Naturally occurring Tyzzer's disease in a puppy. Veterinary Pathology 32(1): 63-65

Naturally occurring antiacne agents. Journal of Natural Products (Lloydia) 57(1): 9-17

Naturally occurring insecticides in indigenous plants. Hamdard Medicus 37(4): 27-39

Naturally occurring nematicides. Duke, S. O. , Menn, J. J. , Plimmer, J. R. Acs Symposium Series; Pest Control With Enhanced Environmental Safety: 300-315

Naturally occurring nephroblastomas in light meat broilers. Avian Pathology 24(1): 45-53

Naturally occurring non cerato-ulmin producing mutants of Ophiostoma novo-ulmi are pathogenic but lack aerial mycelium. Mycological Research 99(4): 436-440

Naturally occurring rearranged taxoids. Planta Medica 61(5): 393-397

Naturally toxic honeys. Revue de Medecine Veterinaire 145(1): 33-36

Nature - structure - culture. Graphics on forests in Hesse. Forschungsberichte Hessische Forstliche Versuchsanstalt ( 17): 272 pp.

Nature and bioactivity of gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) secreted during the GnRH surge. Endocrinology 136(8): 3452-3460

Nature and bioavailability of nonextractable (bound) residues in stored wheat treated with chlorpyrifos-methyl. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 41(12): 2421-2425

Nature and dynamics of forest-savanna boundaries. Nature and dynamics of forest savanna boundaries: xxi + 616 pp.

Nature and extent of damage caused by insect pests to stored cassava chips. Journal of Root Crops 17(Special issue): 197-200

Nature and extent of soil degradation problems in India. Indian Farming 44(9): 7-10

Nature and extent of the interactions of humic acids with a water treatment algicide and a fungicide. Chemosphere 30(8): 1565-1572

Nature and importance of subterranean insect damage to pre-harvest groundnuts. South African Journal of Plant & Soil 11(2): 59-63

Nature and ionic strength of cation on soil solution acidity. Revista Brasileira de Ciencia do Solo 19(1): 15-18

Nature and magnitude of soil erosion in sugarcane land on the wet tropical coast of north-eastern Queensland. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 35(5): 641-649

Nature and regulation of pistil-expressed genes in tomato. Plant molecular biology 28(4): 691-711

Nature conservation and maintenance of the landscape - allocation mechanisms, preference analysis, development potential. Landliche Regionen im Kontext agrarstrukturellen Wandels: Entwicklungen und Potentiale: 291-307

Nature conservation costs in forestry. Arbetsrapport Institutionen for Skogsekonomi, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet ( 117): 28 + xiii pp.

Nature conservation in Baja California Sur, Mexico: protected areas. Natural Areas Journal. July; 153: 267-273

Nature conservation planning in Spain. A combination of nature conservation and environmentally acceptable development - a model for rural areas of Europe?. Naturschutz und Landschaftsplanung 27(2): 69-75

Nature conservation requirements relevant to the Land and regional economy. Landliche Regionen im Kontext agrarstrukturellen Wandels: Entwicklungen und Potentiale: 275-290

Nature incorporated industrialization and the waters of New England. Nature incorporated industrialization and the waters of New England: xv + 284 pp.

Nature of acid soils of Sundarbans delta and suitability of classifying them as acid sulphate or potential acid sulphate soils. Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science 43(2): 251-255

Nature of damage, body dimension of Odontotermes and Microcerotermes sp. and their control. Two and a Bud 39(2): 12-15

Nature of gene action, combining ability and heterosis for seed oil content in sesame. Madras Agricultural Journal 80(7): 364-368

Nature of growth of area, production and productivity of jute in leading jute growing district (Cuttack) and the state of Orissa. Environment and Ecology 10(4): 878-884

Nature of interstratified kaolin-smectites in some Australian soils. Australian Journal of Soil Research 32(4): 805-822

Nature of protective immunity to Francisella tularensis. Reviews of Infectious Diseases 11(3): 440-451

Nature of soil acidity and lime requirement in the agro-climatic zones of Shimoga District, Karnataka. Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science 42(3): 361-364

Nature of the condensed tannins present in the dietary fibre fractions in foods. Food Chemistry 53(4): 357-362

Nature of the interaction of growth factors with suramin. Biochemistry 31(37): 9016-9024

Nature versus nurture: asymmetric cell divisions in Drosophila bristle development. Cell Cambridge 76(3): 415-418

Nature, behaviour and agronomic value of ammonium polyphosphate as phosphate fertiliser - a review. Fertiliser News 39(11): 27-31,33

Nature, extent and severity of soil erosion in upland Scotland. Land Degradation and Rehabilitation 6(1): 41-55

Nature-based tourism and recreation: environmental change, perception, ideology and practices. Tourism and spatial transformations: 183-203

Nature-preserving methods and equipment in logging. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 8): 40-42

Naucleopsis (Moraceae) of the State of Rio de Janeiro. Preliminary note. Albertoa 3(24): 261-265

Nautical and aquatic leisure activities. Cahiers d' Espaces ( 35): 175 pp.

Navicular syndrome: preliminary assessment of radiographic scoring. Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology 8(1): 36-39

Navy bean yield and maturity response to nitrogen and zinc. Journal of Plant Nutrition 18(1): 163-178

Nawiko-a soyabean variety bred in the Department of Plant Genetics and Breeding of the Poznan Agricultural Academy. Postepy Nauk Rolniczych 40/45(5): 105-108

Ndare. Forest Inventory Report Kenya Indigenous Forest Conservation Programme ( 12): vii + 31 pp.

Near infra-red spectroscopic applications for milling: prospects and implications. Proceedings of the Australian Society of Sugar Cane Technologists ( 17): 21-29

Near infrared analysis potential for grading raisin quality and moisture. Journal of Food Science 60(1): 176-180

Near infrared calibrations for goat's milk components: protein, total casein, alpha s-, beta - and kappa -caseins, fat and lactose. Journal of Near Infrared Spectroscopy 1(3): 141-146

Near infrared reflectance spectroscopy (NIRS) for predicting forage quality of perennial warm-season grasses in La Pampa, Argentina. Annales de Zootechnie 44(1): 97-100

Near infrared reflectance spectroscopy estimation of 13C discrimination in forages. Journal of range management 48(2): 132-136

Near infrared spectroscopy in the beet sugar industry. International Sugar Journal 97(1156): 147-152

Near-bottom pelagic bacteria at a deep-water sewage sludge disposal site. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 59(10): 3406-3410

Near-infrared analysis as a rapid method to simultaneously evaluate several soil properties. Soil Science Society of America journal 59(2): 364-372

Near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy in the rabbit. Rivista di Coniglicoltura 31(4): 20-25

Near-infrared spectroscopic analysis of deterioration indices of soybeans for process control in an oil milling plant. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 71(10): 1049-1055

Near-infrared spectroscopic determination of serum total proteins, albumin, globulins, and urea. Clinical Biochemistry 26(6): 483-490

Near-isogenic lines of maize differing for glycinebetaine. Plant physiology 107(2): 621-630

Near-saturated hydraulic conductivity in soils of contrasting texture measured by tension infiltrometers. Soil Science Society Of America Journal. 59(1): 27-34

Nearby tightness and global abundance: some remarks on the present sugar contango. FO Licht International Sugar and Sweetener Report 127(33): 759-766

Nearly right or precisely wrong? Natural versus laboratory studies of vector-borne diseases. Parasitology Today 10(12): 458-462

Nebkha dunes as indicators of wind erosion and land degradation in the Sahel zone of Burkina Faso. Journal of Arid Environments 30(3): 265-282

Nebulized trichlorfon for the treatment of oestrosis in goats and sheep. Memoria VIII Reunion Nacional de Caprinocultura, Oaxaca, Mexico, del 14 al 16 de Octubre de 1992: 100-104

Necrodane (1,2,2,3,4-pentamethylcyclopentane) derivatives in Lavandula luisieri, new compounds to the plant kingdom. Phytochemistry 36(1): 43-45

Necrophagic habits in Scarabaeus cicatricosus (Lucas, 1846). Eos Madrid 68(2): 202-203

Necrophagy by neotropical swarm-founding wasps (Hymenoptera: Vespidae, Epiponini). Biotropica 27(1): 133-136

Necrosis of celery petiole caused by cucumber mosaic cucumovirus (CMV). Petria 3(3): 169-176

Necrotic dermatitis of broilers: study of associated sanitary, environmental and hygienic conditions. Proceedings of the 8th International Congress on Animal Hygiene, St Paul, Minnesota, USA, 12-16 September 1994: HP59-HP62

Necrotic encephalitis as a manifestation of acute sarcocystosis in cattle. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 65(3): 119-121

Necrotic finger in AIDS patients. Giornale Italiano di Dermatologia e Venereologia 129(10): 501-504

Necrotic spot of melon in Aomori Prefecture. Aomori ken Nogyo Shikenjo Kenkyu Hokoku = Bulletin of the Aomori Agricultural Experiment Station ( 34): 11-20

Necrotic, haemorrhagic, hepatomegalic hepatitis associated with vasculitis and amyloidosis in commercial laying hens. Avian Pathology 23(4): 725-732

Necrotising arachnidism treated with hyperbaric oxygen. Medical Journal of Australia 163(1): 51-52

Necrotising enteritis in suckled calves. Veterinary Record 137(13): 307-311

Necrotizing Candida enterocolitis in AIDS: CT features. Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography 18(2): 298-300

Necrotizing meningoencephalitis of Maltese dogs. Veterinary Pathology 32(3): 230-235

Nectar composition of Tilia tomentosa and other lime species and hybrids. Zeitschrift fur Okologie und Naturschutz 3(4): 237-242

Nectar production and pollination of evening primrose (Oenothera sp.). Apidologie 25(5): 446-447

Nectar secretion and honey-yielding efficiency of important honey plants grown in Poland. Part 8. Pszczelnicze Zeszyty Naukowe 37: 81-87

Nectar secretion pattern and removal effects in six Argentinean Pitcairnioideae (Bromeliaceae). Botanica Acta 105(4): 292-299

Nectar sugar production in alfalfa fields treated with several herbicides. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 75(2): 521-524

Nectar-related olfactory and visual attractants for mosquitoes. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 10(2 Pt 2): 288-296

Nectariferous secretions in plant-ant interactions in French Guiana: from the forest to the laboratory. Acta Botanica Gallica 140(2): 226

Nectarless honey mesquites. Functional Ecology 7(4): 452-461

Need for an integrated approach to pest management. Two and a Bud 40(2): 2-5

Need for biological pest control in Nepali nurseries. Banko Janakari 4(2): 151-153

Need for forestry information network in India. Indian Forester 121(1): 9-13

Need for long term soil management research in Africa. Soil management: experimental basis for sustainability and environmental quality Workshop on Long Term Soil Management Experiments, Ohio State University, USA, 16-18 June, 1993: 485-497

Need for long-term experiments in sustainable use of soil resources. Soil management: experimental basis for sustainability and environmental quality Workshop on Long Term Soil Management Experiments, Ohio State University, USA, 16-18 June, 1993: 537-545

Need of K fertilizers in tropical and temperate forests. Potassium in ecosystems: biogeochemical fluxes of cations in agro and forest systems Proceedings of the 23rd Colloquium of the International Potash Institute, Prague, Czechoslovakia, October 12-16, 1992: 309-324

Need of dietary energy at critical implantation time when local ovarian hormones are obligatory for conceptus development. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 31(10): 797-802

Need-adapted application of phosphorus, potassium, additional nutrient and trace element fertilizers to grassland. Veroffentlichungen Bundesanstalt fur Alpenlandische Landwirstschaft Gumpenstein 62(19): 181 pp.

Need-related N application for culinary potatoes in the dry region of central Germany. Kartoffelbau 46(2): 52-55

Needle biomass equations for singleleaf pinyon on the Virginia Range, Nevada. Great Basin Naturalist 54(2): 177-181

Needle fall on forest of Pinus sylvestris in relation to the climatic conditions. Ecologia Madrid ( 8): 167-176

Needle size and nitrogen concentration of Pinus sylvestris and Pinus contorta. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 9(2): 165-169

Needle-type glucose biosensor with an electrochemically codeposited enzyme in a platinum black matrix. Electroanalysis 7(8): 738-741

Needlefall returns and resorption rates of nutrients in young intensively managed slash and loblolly pine stands. Forest Science 40(4): 650-662

Needs and priorities for the management of natural resources: a large country's perspective. Opportunities, use, and transfer of systems research methods in agriculture to developing countries Proceedings of an international workshop on systems research methods in agriculture in developing countries, 22-24 November 1993, ISNAR, The Hague: 199-211

Needs and priorities of NARS for the management of natural resources: Bangladesh. Opportunities, use, and transfer of systems research methods in agriculture to developing countries Proceedings of an international workshop on systems research methods in agriculture in developing countries, 22-24 November 1993, ISNAR, The Hague: 105-125

Needs and sources of carotenoids and vitamin A. Nutrition Reviews 52(2): s67-s73

Needs for controlled-availability micronutrient fertilizers. Fertilizer Research 38(3): 213-221

Needs of horses for proteins. Krmiva 37(3): 135-140

Neem cake amendment for better yield of oyster mushroom. Indian Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology 24(2): 103-106

Neem in Niger: a new context for a system of indigenous knowledge. The cultural dimension of development: indigenous knowledge systems: 35-70

Neem oil and neem oil components affect the efficacy of commercial neem insecticides. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 43(2): 507-512

Neem pesticides in rice: potential and limitations. Neem pesticides in rice: potential and limitations: viii + 69 pp.

Neem products - effective biopesticides for combatting the desert locust, Schistocerca gregaria (Forskal). Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 100(6): 611-621

Neem: a promising natural insecticide. Applied Botany Abstracts 14(1): 35-46

Negative correlations between resource allocation to survival and reproduction: comparisons between annual and perennial species of Medicago for juvenile vigor. Proceedings of the XVI International Grassland Congress, 4-11 October 1989, Nice, France: 195-196

Negative effects of a high level of nutrient intake on mammary gland development of prepubertal goats. Journal of dairy science 78(8): 1728-1733

Negative effects of scale insect herbivory on the ectomycorrhizae of juvenile pinyon pine. Ecology (Tempe) 74(8): 2297-2303

Negative effects of winter- and spring-applied cattle slurry on the yield of herbage at simulated early grazing and first-cut silage. Grass & Forage Science 50(2): 124-131

Negative externalities and welfare improving preference changes. Environmental and Resource Economics 6(1): 53-71

Negative farm income. Economie Rurale ( 224): 32-38

Negative influence of silicon on the fruit quality of strawberries?. Fruitteelt 6(6): 26

Negative regulation of chicken GATA-1 promoter activity mediated by a hormone response element. Molecular Endocrinology 9(9): 1135-1146

Negative regulation of the bovine papillomaviruses E2, E6, and E7 oncogenes by the viral E1 and E2 genes. Journal of Virology 69(1): 395-402

Negative segregation of Mtv loci in H-2E+ mice selected for high antibody response. Immunogenetics 40(2): 123-128

Negative tissue parasitism in mice injected with a noninfective clone of Trypanosoma cruzi. Parasitology Research 81(1): 6-12

Negative-acting factor and superantigen are separable activities of the mouse mammary tumor virus long terminal repeat. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 92(7): 2745-2749

Neglected crops: 1492 from a different perspective. Neglected crops: 1492 from a different perspective: xxii + 341 pp.

Negotiating constraints to women's physical recreation. Loisir et Societe 16(2): 389-412

Negotiating international regimes: lessons learned from the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED). Negotiating international regimes: lessons learned from the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development UNCED: xiii + 283 pp.

Negotiation and accumulation behaviour within the household: a methodological approach. Agricultural household modelling and family economics: 217-238

Negotiation of leisure constraints by junior-high and high-school students: an exploratory study. Journal of Leisure Research 27(1): 85-105

Negotiations for the International Convention to Combat Desertification (1993-1994). International Environmental Affairs 7(2): 176-186

Negro Cotaxtla 91, a new French bean cultivar for tropical regions in Veracruz. Revista Fitotecnia Mexicana 16(1): 89

Negro INIFAP: a new variety of French bean for Chiapas state and similar tropical regions. Revista Fitotecnia Mexicana 16(2): 208-209

Negros revised: The impact of sugar substitution by HFCS in perspective. Biotechnology and Development Monitor ( 21): 14-15

Neighborhood effects on juveniles in an old-growth stand of longleaf pine, Pinus palustris. Oikos 72(1): 99-105

Neighborhood models of clonal growth in the white clover Trifolium repens. American Naturalist 145(6): 888-917

Neighboring base composition and transversion/transition bias in a comparison of rice and maize chloroplast noncoding regions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 92(21): 9717-9721

Neighbour effects on gender variation in Ambrosia artemisiifolia. Canadian Journal of Botany 72(6): 794-800

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Nematode management with plant products. Indian Journal of Nematology 20(2): 177-178

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Nematode problems in root of direct sown rice in Northeast Thailand. Kasetsart Journal, Natural Sciences 26(4): 423-426

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Nematodes as transmitters of plant viruses. Gartenbau Magazin 3(5): 30-31

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Nematodes associated with ornamentals in Buenos Aires and its environs. Revista de la Facultad de Agronomia Universidad de Buenos Aires 13(2/3): 145-150

Nematodes associated with plants from naturally acidic wetlands soil. Journal of Nematology 26(4): 535-537

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Neolignans and a phenylpropanoid glucoside from Illicium difengpi. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 32(6): 1573-1577

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Neolignans and phenylpropanoids from the rhizomes of Coptis japonica var. dissecta. Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin 43(4): 578-581

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Neolignans, nor-neolignans and other compounds from roots of Krameria grayi. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 39(2): 413-415

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Neomycin residues in kidneys of orally dosed non-ruminating calves determined by high-performance liquid chromatographic and microbiological assay methods. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology & Therapeutics 18(2): 150-152

Neomysis americana (Crustacea: Mysidacea) as an intermediate host for sealworm, Pseudoterranova decipiens (Nematoda: Ascaridoidea), and spirurid nematodes (Acuarioidea). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 493: 513-515

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Neonatal renal candidiasis. Journal of Paediatrics & Child Health 30(2): 186-188

Neonatal scabies treated with permethrin 5% cream. Pediatric Dermatology 11(3): 264-266

Neonatal sepsis in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics 41(3): 177-180

Neonatal serologic screening and early treatment for congenital Toxoplasma gondii infection. New England Journal of Medicine 330(26): 1858-1863

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Neospora abortion storm in a midwestern dairy. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 6(4): 506-508

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Neospora caninum infection in three dogs. Journal of Small Animal Practice 36(4): 172-177

Neospora caninum pneumonia in an adult dog. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 206(7): 1000-1001

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Neospora induced hind limb paralysis in a 4-week-old Holstein calf. Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association 48(8): 544-546

Neospora-associated abortions in cattle. Veterinary Record 135(17): 415-415

Neospora-induced protozoal abortions in cattle. Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian 15(6): 882-889

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Neotropical foraging adaptations and the effects of acculturation on sustainable resource use: the Yuqui of lowland Bolivia. Indigenous peoples and the future of Amazonia: an ecological anthropology of an endangered world: 207-224

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Neotropical mirids, CCCXXX: new additional species of the genus Phytocoris of Brazil (Hemiptera). Revista Brasileira de Biologia 51(2): 355-364

Neotropical plant reproductive strategies and fossil pollen representation. American Naturalist 145(4): 594-609

Neottiosporina sorghicola sp. nov., associated with leaf lesions on Sorghum vulgare from China. Mycological Research 99(7): 831-832

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Neotypification of Acer orientale (Aceraceae). Taxon 44(4): 597-600

Neovasipyrones and neovasifuranones: four new metabolites related to neovasinin, a phytotoxin of the fungus, Neocosmospora vasinfecta. Phytochemistry 40(3): 745-751

Neozoans in European waters - exemplifying the worldwide process of invasion and species mixing. Experientia (Basel): 51: 526-538

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Nepal's water resources: the potential for exploitation in the Upper Ganges catchment. Water and the quest for sustainable development in the Ganges valley: 90-103

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Nepalese Sepsidae (Diptera): a new species and records of thirty-two species. Japanese Journal of Sanitary Zoology 45(Supplement): 9-22

Nepalese indigenous labour relations. Contributions to Nepalese Studies 20(1): 105-118

Nepenthes and conservation. Curtis's Botanical Magazine 12(2): 111-119

Nepetanudoside, an iridoid glucoside with an unusual stereostructure from Nepeta nuda ssp. albiflora. Journal of Natural Products 58(8): 1217-1221

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Nephroprotectors - folk medicine of Rayalaseema - Andhra Pradesh. Recent advances in medicinal, aromatic and spice crops Volume 2 International conference held on 28-31 January 1989, at New Delhi, India: 321-324

Nephrosis (nep): a new mouse mutation which causes albuminuria and other symptoms of nephrosis. Mouse Genome 91(4): 876-878

Nephrotoxicity and hepatotoxicity in calves apparently caused by experimental feeding with Narthecium ossifragum. Veterinary Research Communications 19(1): 63-73

Nephrotoxicity in lambs apparently caused by experimental feeding with Narthecium ossifragum. Veterinary Research Communications 19(1): 75-79

Nephrotoxicity of Narthecium ossifragum in cattle in Norway. Veterinary Record 137(11): 259-263

Nephrotoxicity of amphotericin B. Journal of the American College of Surgeons 179(3): 361-381