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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 2673

Chapter 2673 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Phytosanitary monitoring of oil palm and coconut plantations. Oleagineux Paris 49(5): 249-257

Phytosanitary problems in forest nurseries in Costa Rica. Tecnologia en Marcha; 12(3): 81-88

Phytosanitary procedure, No. 324. Fermenting (composting) of bark of conifers. Bulletin OEPP 24(2): 324-325

Phytosanitary procedure, No. 46. Methyl bromide fumigation of citrus and other host plants to control Aleurocanthus woglumi. Bulletin OEPP 24(2): 315

Phytosanitary procedure, No. 47. Fumigation of cotton and cotton products to control Anthonomus grandis. Bulletin OEPP 24(2): 316

Phytosanitary procedure, No. 48. Fumigation of cut flowers to control insects and mites. Bulletin OEPP 24(2): 317

Phytosanitary procedure, No. 49. Irradiation of cut flowers to control insects and mites. Bulletin OEPP 24(2): 318

Phytosanitary procedure, No. 51. Methyl bromide fumigation of wood to control insects. Bulletin OEPP 24(2): 321

Phytosanitary procedure, No. 52. Treatment method for strawberry plants. Bulletin OEPP 24(2): 322-323

Phytosanitary procedure, No.55. Curtobacterium flaccumfaciens pv. flaccumfaciens. Field inspection and seed-testing methods. Bulletin OEPP 24(2): 329-331

Phytosanitary procedure, No.56. Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. insidiosus. Field inspection and seed-testing methods. Bulletin OEPP 24(2): 333-337

Phytosanitary procedure, No.57. Mycoplasm-like organisms in fruit trees and grapevine. Inspection and test methods. Bulletin OEPP 24(2): 339-342

Phytosanitary procedure, No.58. Xanthomonas fragariae Detection methods in strawberry plants. Bulletin OEPP 24(2): 343-346

Phytosanitary procedure. No. 50. Fumigation to control adult Leptinotarsa decemlineata. Bulletin OEPP 24(2): 319-320

Phytosanitary products and the environment. Results of a first year of action. Oleoscope ( 24): 29-31

Phytosanitary protection of cotton in tropical Africa. 1 - A new protection policy and choice of pesticides. Agriculture et Developpement ( 3): 14-23

Phytosanitary protection of sugarbeet in the surroundings of Doukkala. Sucrerie Maghrebine ( 48): 25-30

Phytosanitary situation. Sahel PV Info ( 62): 2

Phytosanitary situation of sugarbeet around the Lower Moulouya. Sucrerie Maghrebine ( 48): 22-24

Phytosanitary situation. Desert locust. Senegal. Sahel PV Info ( 59): 2

Phytosanitary situation. Desert locust: emergence in Senegal. Sahel PV Info ( 58): 2-4

Phytosanitary situation. Swarms of desert locust in Senegal. Sahel PV Info ( 57): 2-7

Phytoseiid mites collected from some herbaceous crops in Lazio (central Italy). Redia 75(2): 529-535

Phytoseiid mites on wild and cultivated trees in the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region. Frustula Entomologica 16: 65-77

Phytosiderophore release as a criterion for genotypic evaluation of iron efficiency in oat. Journal of Plant Nutrition 18(3): 455-465

Phytosiderophore release in relation to micronutrient metal deficiencies in barley. Plant & Soil 172(2): 299-308

Phytosociological analysis of the salt marshes and mangrove forests of Baja California, Mexico. Acta Botanica Mexicana ( 19): 1-35

Phytosociological and ecological investigations and management experiments on Mesobromion limestone grassland on the Randen Mountain, Schaffhausen. Veroffentlichungen des Geobotanischen Institutes der ETH, Stiftung Rubel, Zurich ( 124): 181 pp.

Phytosociological data as a source of information on species ecology: advantages and limitations. Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczej im Hugona Koataja w Krakowie, Sesja Naukowa ( 36): 113-124

Phytosociological investigation of the rice field weeds of Dibrugarh (Assam). Indian Journal of Ecology 20(2): 173-175

Phytosociological investigations in a fast growing plantation of poplars and willows on former arable land. Forstwissenschaftliches Centralblatt 114(1): 16-29

Phytosociological observations from north-east Algeria. Phytocoenologia 24: 369-382

Phytosociological structure of a riparian forest of the upper Rio Grande (Bom Sucesso, Minas Gerais, Brazil). Revista Brasileira de Botanica 18(1): 39-49

Phytosociological structure of arboreal vegetation in the 'Serra da Cantareira (SP) - Nucleo Pinheirinho'. Revista do Instituto Florestal 5(2): 133-161

Phytosociological studies of Dimbam Hill, Sathyamangalam Forest Division, Tamil Nadu. Van Vigyan 32(4): 79-85

Phytosociological studies of grasslands of Barh, Patna, Bihar. Environment and Ecology 13(1): 143-146

Phytosociological studies on the psammophile coastal vegetation on Mallorca. Tuexenia ( 14): 269-295

Phytosociological study of an Araucaria angustifolia forest at Cacador, Santa Catarina. Boletim de Pesquisa Florestal ( 24/25): 37-54

Phytosociological study of the cerrado of the Marflora farm. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 30(5): 577-582

Phytosociological study on natural summer-green forests in Korea. Ecological Research 9(1): 21-32

Phytosociological survey of the tundra vegetation of the Kola Peninsula, Russia. Journal of Vegetation Science 5(6): 803-812

Phytosociology and ecology of a humid Afromontane forest on the Central Plateau of Ethiopia. Journal of Vegetation Science 5(1): 87-98

Phytosociology and resource utilization by different forest trees in south-eastern slopes around Shimla, Himachal Pradesh. Indian Forester 120(12): 1108-1119

Phytosociology of the natural regeneration of one gallery forest. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 29(3): 355-362

Phytosterols are present in Pneumocystis carinii. Antimicrobial Agents and ChemoTherapy 38(11): 2534-2540

Phytosterols from in vivo and in vitro tissue cultures of Helipterum roseum Benth. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 56(1): 28-29

Phytotechnical approach to fungicidal control in winter wheat. Mededelingen Faculteit Landbouwkundige en Toegepaste Biologische Wetenschappen, Universiteit Gent 59(3a): 1035-1045

Phytotherapy and classical medicine. Journal of Herbs, Spices and Medicinal Plants 2(3): 71-80

Phytotonic and phytotoxic effects of some insecticides in green gram, Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek. Indian Journal of Entomology 55(2): 140-147

Phytotoxic and antimicrobial activity of 5,7-dihydroxychromone from peanut shells. Journal of Chemical Ecology 21(2): 107-115

Phytotoxic compounds in culture filtrates of Pyrenophora graminea. Petria 4(2): 181-191

Phytotoxic constituents in the bark and sawdust extracts of Chamaecyparis obtusa and Cryptomeria japonica and their effects on the growth of seedlings of trifoliate orange (Poncirus trifoliata Raf.) and rice (Oryza sativa L.). Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science 62(2): 285-294

Phytotoxic effect of herbicides on potato plants. Ochrona Roslin 38(7): 11-12

Phytotoxic effect of spraying mixtures of systemic and contact insecticides on upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum). Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 63(6): 390-392

Phytotoxic effects of cadmium sulphate on nitrogen content, nitrogen fixation, nitrate reductase and leghemoglobin content in root nodules of mungbean, Vigna radiata L. Wilczek. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 32(5): 351-353

Phytotoxic effects of tree crops on germination and radicle extension of some food crops. Tropical Science 33(1): 69-73

Phytotoxic interaction of tridiphane and metribuzin in metribuzin sensitive and tolerant soybean (Glycine max) and tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum). Weed Science 43(3): 358-364

Phytotoxic persistence and microbiological effects of chlorsulfuron and metsulfuron in Finnish soils. Weed Research 34(6): 413-423

Phytotoxic responses of Japanese pears, Nijisseiki Nashi, to methyl bromide fumigation. Research Bulletin of the Plant Protection Service Japan 0(28): 1-5

Phytotoxic sesquiterpenoids from Canella winterana. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 38(4): 909-915

Phytotoxic threshold of bromacil for bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) crops on red ferralitic soil. Centro Agricola 20(1): 38-43

Phytotoxicity and efficiency of fungicides used for control of the endophytic fungis on tall fescue seed. Revista Argentina de Produccion Animal 11(4): 403-410

Phytotoxicity and growth regulation of rooted chrysanthemum cuttings from insecticidal dips. North Carolina Flower Growers' Bulletin 39(4): 6-8

Phytotoxicity and nutsedge control in woody and herbaceous landscape plants with Manage (MON12037). Journal of Environmental Horticulture 12(3): 135-137

Phytotoxicity evaluation of an insecticidal soap and horticultural oil on six turfgrass species. Journal of Turfgrass Management 1(2): 35-45

Phytotoxicity investigations of mineral oil and diazinon sprays applied to kiwifruit in winter-spring for armoured scale control. New Zealand Journal of Crop & Horticultural Science 22(2): 195-202

Phytotoxicity of Fusarium, other fungal isolates, and of the phytotoxins fumonisin, fusaric acid, and moniliformin to jimsonweed. Phytoprotection 76(1): 17-25

Phytotoxicity of a chemical weapon simulant, triethyl phosphate. Journal of Environmental Quality 23(4): 701-705

Phytotoxicity of endothall on peanut (Arachis hypogaea): formulation, rate, and time of application. Weed Technology 8(4): 738-743

Phytotoxicity of fenoxycarb and mineral oils used in winter for control of the San Jose scale (Quadraspidiotus perniciosus Comst.) in ornamental plant nurseries: two years of trials in Tessin. Revue Horticole Suisse 67(5/6): 115-119

Phytotoxicity of methyl parathion with special reference to photosynthesis in wheat seedlings. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination & Toxicology 48(1): 138-143

Phytotoxicity of pendimethalin and isoproturon in mustard in relation to soil moisture. Annals of Plant Protection Sciences 2(1): 64-66

Phytotoxicity of solanapyrones produced by the fungus Ascochyta rabiei and their possible role in blight of chickpea (Cicer arietinum). Plant Science Limerick 109(1): 23-29

Phytotoxicity of trifluoromethyl- and methyl-substituted dinitroaniline herbicides on resistant and susceptible populations of black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides). Pesticide Science 43(4): 273-277

Phytotoxicity of vapour phase hydrogen peroxide to Thompson Seedless grapes and Botrytis cinerea spores. Crop protection 14(2): 131-135

Phytotoxicity response of herbicide in infant seedling machine transplanting rice (Oryza sativa L.). I. Difference in seedling age. Korean Journal of Weed Science 15(2): 115-120

Phytotoxicity screening of four post-emergence applied herbicides on seven herbs. Soil & Crop Science Society of Florida Proceedings 52(0): 33-39

Phytotoxicological evaluation of Tagetes erectes on aquatic stages of Anopheles stephensi. Indian Journal of Malariology 31(1): 21-26

Phytotoxins from shoot extracts and root exudates of Agropyron repens seedlings. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 38(5): 1157-1159

Phytotoxins from Tea Gray Blight Fungi, Pestalotiopsis longiseta and Pestalotiopsis theae. Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry 56(5): 810-811

Phytotron as a tool for speeding up selection of poppy (Papaver somniferum L.). Acta Horticulturae ( 330): 177-184

Phytotrophic micromycetes of the Snakes Islands of the Kanev Nature Reserve, Ukraine. Mikologiya i Fitopatologiya 28(2): 27-33

Pica, iron deficiency, and the medical history. American Journal of Medicine 97(4): 390-393

Picea abies and future climate changes (due to the greenhouse effect) - a perspective for forest management in the Czech Republic. Zpravy Lesnickeho Vyzkumu 39(1): 11-14

Picea abies network. Report of the first meeting held at Tatra National Park, Stara Lesna, Slovakia, 16-18 March 1995. Picea abies network Report of the first meeting held at Tatra National Park, Stara Lesna, Slovakia, 16-18 March 1995: iii + 96 pp.

Picea and Larix (Pinaceae) in the Pliocene and Pleistocene floras of the region of the Berelekh river (Kolyma river basin). Botanicheskii Zhurnal 79(5): 1-10

Piceirhiza oleiferans, a new species of ectomycorrhizae on Picea abies. Sendtnera 1(0): 11-22

Picking the potential stars from among new apple selections and cultivars - Mid-Atlantic perspective. Compact Fruit Tree 27: 158-159

Picking the potential stars from among new apple selections and cultivars - what's beyond Braeburn, Empire, Fuji, Gala and Jonagold? - the western perspective. Compact Fruit Tree 27: 151-153

Picloram induced somatic embryogenesis in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.). Plant Science Limerick 109(2): 207-213

Picloram uptake, translocation, and efficacy in relation to water status of Russian knapweed (Acroptilon repens). Weed Science 43(1): 34-39

Picornavirus-specific CD4+ T lymphocytes possessing cytolytic activity confer protection in the absence of prophylactic antibodies. Journal of Virology 69(8): 4914-4923

Picramniaceae, a new family, and a recircumscription of Simaroubaceae. Taxon 44(2): 177-181

Picrasane quassinoids from Picrasma javanica. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 40(1): 233-238

Picrasinol D, a new quassinoid from the stem wood of Picrasma ailanthoides. Journal of Natural Products (Lloydia) 58(4): 605-608

Picroliv protects against aflatoxin B1 acute hepatotoxicity in rats. Pharmacological Research 27(2): 189-199

Picrotoxane terpenoids, picrodendrins S and T, from Picrodendron baccatum. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 35(3): 701-704

Picrotoximaesin: a new picrotoxane sesquiterpene from Maesa kamerunensis. Planta Medica 59(7): A599

Picturing highland landscapes: George Washington Wilson and the photography of the Scottish Highlands. Landscape Research 19(2): 68-79

Pierre Guerin design: experience and high technology. Industries Alimentaires et Agricoles 110(4): 232-238

Piezoelectric behaviors of wood during compression tests. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 39(3): 265-270

Piezoelectric relaxation of wood II. Application of two-phase system model to piezoelectric relaxation in low temperature region. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 41(3): 271-280

Pig breeding in the new German Federal States. Kleinviehzuchter 43(15): 775-776

Pig breeds and the breeding, use, reproduction, hygiene and health of pigs. Le porc: races, elevage et utilisations, reproduction, hygiene et sante: 96 pp.

Pig farming in large units dominates the EU market. Forderungsdienst 43(5): 128-131

Pig fattening with home protein molasses and swills. Cuban Journal of Agricultural Science 28(3): 333-339

Pig feeding by self-supplied feed and its management efficiency. Bulletin of the Akita Prefectural College of Agriculture ( 20): 69-76

Pig health and productivity. Proceedings from seminars held in New Zealand, September 1994. Publication Veterinary Continuing Education, Massey University ( 161): 1

Pig herd control and veterinary services - serological examination of the colostrum of sows. Tierarztliche Umschau 49(7): 421-426

Pig housing. Veterinary Record 135(20): 488-488

Pig industry at a status quo; three prospective views of 2005. Proefverslag Proefstation voor de Varkenshouderij ( 1.124): 36 pp.

Pig meat quality as affected by genetics and production systems. Outlook on Agriculture 24(1): 17-22

Pig microsatellites isolated from cosmids revealing polymorphism and localized on chromosomes. Animal Genetics 26(1): 1-6

Pig nutrition, with or without fibre: what is fibre?. Medecin Veterinaire du Quebec 23(4): 147-152

Pig plasma phospholipid transfer protein facilitates HDL interconversion. Journal of Lipid Research 36(5): 975-985

Pig population in August 1993. Rapid Reports, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (13): 8pp.

Pig production in Germany in 1992. Schweineproduktion 1992 in Deutschland: 181 pp.

Pig production in changing economic conditions. Acta Academiae Agriculturae ac Technicae Olstenensis, Oeconomica ( 29): 29-36

Pig production in the year 2000. Praktische Tierarzt 76(7): 604-616

Pig production, identification of constraints and potential solution in Eastern Europe: proceedings of a Regional Workshop organized by FAO and National Research Institute of Animal Production at Balice. Balice (Poland) June 5-10, 1992. Pig production, identification of constraints and potential solution in Eastern Europe: proceedings of a Regional Workshop organized by FAO and National Research Institute of Animal Production at Balice Balice Poland June 5-10, 1992: 138 pp.

Pig raising in Poland - current problems. Krmiva 37(3): 141-152

Pig slurry and cow manure effect on atrazine and metolachlor soil biodegradation in maize. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 52(4): 568-573

Pig trypanosomosis: prevalence and significance in the endemic Middle Belt zone of southern Nigeria. Revue D'elevage et de Medecine Veterinaire des Pays Tropicaux 47(4): 381-386

Pig welfare and carcase quality: a comparison of the influence of slaughter handling systems at two abattoirs. Veterinary Record 135(18): 423-425

Pigeon-serum-induced hypersensitivity pneumonitis in the dog. Allergy (Copenhagen) 50(1): 78-84

Pigeonpea agronomy research in Tanzania: recent results and future plans. Improvement of pigeonpea in eastern and southern Africa: Annual Research Planning Meeting 1994, Nairobi, Kenya, 21-23 Sep 1994: 104-109

Pigeonpea breeding research at the Kawanda Agricultural Research Institute, Uganda. Improvement of pigeonpea in eastern and southern Africa Annual research planning meeting 1993, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, 25-27 October 1993: 65-66

Pigeonpea breeding research in Tanzania. Improvement of pigeonpea in Eastern and Southern Africa: Annual Research Planning Meeting 1994, Nairobi, Kenya, 21-23 Sept 1994: 95-100

Pigeonpea cultivar trials in Namibia, 1992-94. Improvement of pigeonpea in eastern and southern Africa: Annual Research Planning Meeting 1994, Nairobi, Kenya, 21-23 Sep 1994: 126-128

Pigeonpea evaluation in Swaziland. Improvement of pigeonpea in eastern and southern Africa: Annual Research Planning Meeting 1994, Nairobi, Kenya, 21-23 Sep 1994: 130-132

Pigeonpea forage dry-matter intake by dairy cattle. International Pigeonpea Newsletter (14): 12-14

Pigeonpea improvement in Kenya. Improvement of pigeonpea in Eastern and Southern Africa: Annual Research Planning Meeting 1994, Nairobi, Kenya, 21-23 September 1994: 5-6

Pigeonpea improvement in Malawi. Improvement of pigeonpea in Eastern and Southern Africa: Annual Research Planning Meeting 1994, Nairobi, Kenya, 21-23 Sept 1994: 7-8

Pigeonpea improvement in Uganda. Improvement of pigeonpea in Eastern and Southern Africa: Annual Research Planning Meeting 1994, Nairobi, Kenya, 21-23 Sept 1994: 79-83

Pigeonpea leaf area estimation from leaf and total drymatter measurements. Annals of Agricultural Research 16(1): 40-43

Pigeonpea lines resistant to sterility mosaic. Indian Journal of Pulses Research 6(1): 110-111

Pigeonpea pathology research in Kenya. Improvement of pigeonpea in eastern and southern Africa: Annual Research Planning Meeting 1994, Nairobi, Kenya, 21-23 Sep 1994: 30-37

Pigeonpea pathology research in Kenya: progress and future research strategies. Improvement of pigeonpea in eastern and southern Africa Annual research planning meeting 1993, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, 25-27 October 1993: 45-50

Pigeonpea research for rainfed production systems in western Sudan. Improvement of pigeonpea in eastern and southern Africa: Annual Research Planning Meeting 1994, Nairobi, Kenya, 21-23 Sep 1994: 110-115

Pigeonpea-based cropping-systems for eastern Uttar Pradesh, India. International Pigeonpea Newsletter (13): 17-19

Pigeonpea/maize intercropping more advantageous than sole pigeonpea at Rampur, Chitawan, Nepal. International Pigeonpea Newsletter ( 15): 11

Piglet production modelling using a dynamic simultaneous equation system. Zbornik Veterinarske Fakultete Univerza Ljubljana 31(1-2): 109-116

Pigmeat quality in practical breeding. Zuchtungskunde 65(6): 455-467

Pigmeat quality parameters. WHC, haem pigment content and intramuscular fat. Fleischwirtschaft 74(11): 1205-1206

Pigmeat quality: experimental study on the RN major locus. Proceedings, 5th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 7-12 August 1994 Volume 19 Selection and quantitative genetics; growth; reproduction; lactation; fish; fiber; meat: 473-476

Pigment and amino acid contents in Angelica archangelica L. Annali della Facolta di Agraria, Universita degli Studi di Perugia 1993; 44(1): 261-266

Pigment biosynthesis and herbicide interaction. Photosynthetica (Prague) 28(4): 481-493

Pigment changes in parsley leaves during storage in controlled or ethylene containing atmosphere. Journal of Food Science 58(3): 616-618, 637

Pigment cooxidation activity by chickpea lipoxygenases. Food Chemistry 50(3): 231-235

Pigment granules in the compound eye of Apis mellifera. American Bee Journal 133(12): 867

Pigment-dispersing hormone immunoreactive neurons in the blowfly nervous system. Acta Biologica Hungarica 44(1): 55-59

Pigment-dispersing hormone-immunoreactive fibers persist in crickets which remain rhythmic after bilateral transection of the optic stalks. Journal of comparative physiology A Sensory neural and behavioral physiology76(2): 217-228

Pigment-less mutant induced by the regeneration of protoplasts and cell fusion of basidiomycetes. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 41(5): 505-510

Pigmentation of salmonids. Pisciculture Francaise ( 118): 4-11

Pigmented Soybean (Glycine max) Seed Coats Accumulate Proanthocyanidins during Development. Plant Physiology 102(2): 663-670

Pigments in commercial leaf extracts and their bio-availability as measured in bioassays on chickens and quails. Sustainable animal production and the environment Proceedings of the 7th AAAP Animal Science Congress, Bali, Indonesia, 11-16 July, 1994 Volume 2: contributed papers: 279-280

Pigments in kokkan affected banana. Journal of Tropical Agriculture 31(2): 283-284

Pigments in mangrove species of Pichavaram. Indian Journal of Marine Sciences 23(1): 64-66

Pigs: how strong are the East Europeans?. DLG Mitteilungen Agrar Inform 108(1): 40-43

Pilgrims or tourists?. Contours Bangkok 6(7/8): 39-42

Pilot assessment of an instrument to measure psychosocial influences on eating among low-income women. Journal of Nutrition Education 25(6): 300-306

Pilot comparative tests of PRIMOL Eko-P oil. Lesnictvi Forestry 40(7/8): 319-329

Pilot estimation studies of soybean (Glycine max) yield losses by various levels of bacterial pustule (Xanthomonas campestris pv. glycines) infection. International Journal of Pest Management 40(3): 249-251

Pilot farms integrated arable farming. An overview of the technical and economical results. Verslag Proefstation voor de Akkerbouw en de Groenteteelt in de Vollegrond ( 196): 133 pp.

Pilot investigations on the gluing of resinous Scots pine wood. Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 53(4): 243-247

Pilot investigations on trace elements in waste wood, charcoal and activated carbon. Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 53(4): 269-272

Pilot plant experience with an aerobic moving bed biofilm reactor for treatment of NSSC wastewater. Water Science & Technology 29(5-6): 283-294

Pilot plant for the production of evaporated milk and other sterile concentrates with a modified process. Kieler Milchwirtschaftliche Forschungsberichte 47(1): 35-44

Pilot plant research on biological phosphate and nitrogen removal at seven waste water treatment plants. Water Science & Technology 27(5-6): 329-341

Pilot plant study of an upgraded rotating biological contactor. Water Science and Technology 28(10): 361-368

Pilot point methodology for automated calibration of an ensemble of conditionally simulated transmissivity fields. 1. Theory and computational experiments. Water Resources Research 31(3): 475-493

Pilot point methodology for automated calibration of an ensemble of conditionally simulated transmissivity fields. 2. Application. Water Resources Research 31(3): 495-516

Pilot scale evaluation of anaerobic codigestion of primary and pretreated waste activated sludge. Water Environment Research 67(5): 835-841, July-Aug

Pilot scale extraction of lipid from poplar bark. Chemistry and Industry of Forest Products 12(1): 83-90

Pilot stands in forest research . Italia Forestale e Montana 50(1): 38-43

Pilot studies, a new tool for running farms more efficiently. Memoires et Theses Economie et de Sociologie Rurales/Grignon, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique ( 8): 57 pp.

Pilot study on the plasma pharmacokinetics of fumonisin B1 in cows following a single dose by oral gavage or intravenous administration. Natural toxins(5): 389-394

Pilot survey for atrazine and total chlorotriazines in estuarine waters using magnetic particle-based immunoassay and gas chromatography-nitrogen/phosphorus detection. Environmental Science & Technology 29(6): 1551-1556

Pilot test for the commercial use of postharvest pressure infiltration of calcium into apples to maintain fruit quality in storage. HortTechnology 4(3): 239-243

Pilot trial of the effects of low-dose acetylsalicylic acid on platelet thromboxane B2 production. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 49(5): 365-370

Pilot- and full-scale two-phase anaerobic digestion of municipal sludge. Water Environment Research 67(2): 206-214, March-April

Pilot-scale biotreatment of refinery spent sulfidic caustics. Applied Biochemistry & Biotechnology 51-52(0): 661-671

Pilot-scale demonstration of a two-stage methanotrophic bioreactor for biodegradation of trichloroethylene in groundwater. Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association 45(1): 12-19

Pilot-scale, high-strength, industrial wastewater treatment evaluation by mathematical modelling. Water Science and Technology 30(3): 119-128

Piloting commercial organics composting. BioCycle 35(2): 53-55

Pimarane diterpenes from Kaempferia pulchra. Phytochemistry 36(3): 731-734

Pimelea poisoning of cattle. Vaccines in agriculture: immunological applications to animal health and production: 155-159

Pimpifolidine and 22-isopimpifolidine, 22,26-epimino-16,23-epoxycholestane alkaloids from the wild tomato Lycopersicon pimpinellifolium. Phytochemistry 35(3): 813-815

Pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) tree-limit surveillance during recent decades, Central Sweden. Arctic and Alpine Research 25(1): 24-31

Pine Hollow exclosures: effect of browsing on an aspen community sprayed with 2,4-D. Research Note Intermountain Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( INT-393): 9 pp.

Pine Valley Ridge source - a superior selected germplasm of black sagebrush. Research Paper Intermountain Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( INT-RP-474): 9 pp.

Pine bark as a seedling growing medium. Acta Horticulturae ( 319): 395-400

Pine bark beetles. Extension Bulletin Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture and Home Economics, Washington State University ( EB0936): 4 pp.

Pine establishment problems occurring in old-field soils: 1990 to 1994. ICFR Bulletin Series ( 6/94): 37 pp.

Pine forest structure in a human-dominated landscape system in Korea. Ecological Research 8(1): 35-46

Pine invasions in the southern hemisphere: determinants of spread and invadability. Journal of Biogeography 21(5): 511-527

Pine needle growth and fine structure after prolonged acid rain treatment in the subarctic . Plant Cell & Environment 17(9): 1009-1021

Pine needle scale in the Maritime Provinces. Technical Note Maritimes Region, Forestry Canada ( 264): 2 pp.

Pine open woodlands of northern West Siberia. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 79(4): 87-99

Pine pollen allergy in northern Arizona. Annals of Allergy 70(6): 491-494

Pine root collar weevil (Hylobius radicis Buchanan, Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in Manitoba. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Manitoba 49: 26-36

Pine seedling mortality in Conservation Reserve plantings in Georgia. Georgia Forest Research Paper ( 82): 7 pp.

Pine species in the Loire region. Informations Foret, Afocel Armef ( 2): 97-112

Pine tar in preventing moose browsing. Silva Fennica 26(3): 187-189

Pine-birch forest communities on nondrained peatlands in Latvia. Feddes Repertorium 104(3-4): 271-281

Pineal toxoplasmosis mimicking pineal tumor in an AIDS patient. Journal of the National Medical Association 86(7): 550-552

Pineapple agroforestry: an indigenous system among the Garo community of Bangladesh. Society and Natural Resources 6(1): 71-78

Pineapple for ground cover management and erosion control in south eastern Nigeria. Acta Horticulturae ( 334): 255-259

Pineapple germplasm in Brazil. Acta Horticulturae ( 334): 23-26

Pineapple growth in southeast Queensland. Acta Horticulturae ( 334): 171-178

Pineapple inter-cycle cover crops to reduce plant-parasitic nematode populations. Acta Horticulturae (334): 373-382

Pineapple plant and fruit growth and development in fertilized native soil and artificial rooting medium. Acta Horticulturae ( 334): 131-139

Pineapple research and development strategic planning. Acta Horticulturae ( 334): 459-466

Pines as basic species for restoration of forests in the Mediterranean environment. Ecologia Madrid ( 7): 113-125

Pineus strobi (Hartig), (Homoptera: Aphidoidea: Adelgidae) in Venezuela. Agronomia Tropical Maracay 43(5/6): 305-310

Pinitol occurrence in soybean plants as affected by temperature and plant growth regulators. Journal of Experimental Botany 46(283): 249-253

Pink bollworm (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae), cabbage looper, and beet armyworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) pupal susceptibility to steinernematid nematodes (Rhabditida: Steinernematidae). Journal of Economic Entomology. August; 884: 835-839

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Pink disease on Eucalyptus camaldulensis in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Forest Science 22(1/2): 68-70

Pinocytosis and its possible role in ion transport in the salt-accumulating organs of halophytes. Russian Journal of Plant Physiology 41(4): 507-511

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Pioneer Hi-Bred's perspective on field testing of transgenic maize. Biosafety for sustainable agriculture: sharing biotechnology regulatory experiences of the Western Hemisphere: 181-190

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Pioneer properties of woody species in protection forest zones endangered by snow-slip in the montane and subalpine region of the Bavarian limestone Alps. Forstliche Forschungsberichte Munchen ( 140): 107 pp.

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Pioneering television news: a first hand report on a revolution in journalism. Pioneering television news: a first hand report on a revolution in journalism: x + 236 pp.

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Pipe-model theory of stem-profile development. Forest Ecology & Management 69(1-3): 41-55

Piperazine as a reversible competitive inhibitor of acetylcholinesterase. Ciencia Biologica Ecology & Systematics 12(1-2): 37-42

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Piping by queens of Apis cerana Fabricius 1793 and Apis koschevnikovi v Buttel-Reepen 1906. Apidologie 26(1): 61-65

Pirate bugs plunder greenhouse pests. Agri food Research in Ontario 17(3): 12-15

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Piscirickettsiosis in freshwater. Bulletin of the European Association of Fish Pathologists 14(4): 137-138

Piscirickettsiosis: pathology of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) naturally infected with Piscirickettsia salmonis. Avances en Ciencias Veterinarias 10(1): 53-58

Pistachio production and exports in selected countries continue expansion. Horticultural Products Review ( 12): 35-37

Pistachios. Terra e Sole 50(633): 224-227

Pistil morphology of Vicia amurensis (Leguminosae) and its allied species. Journal of Japanese Botany 69(6): 379-382

Pit or roof ventilation for growing finishing pigs. Proefverslag Proefstation voor de Varkenshouderij ( 4.9): 8 pp.

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Pit-1 binding to specific DNA sites as a monomer or dimer determines gene-specific use of a tyrosine-dependent synergy domain. Genes & Development 9(16): 1992-2006

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Pit-1 exhibits a unique promoter spacing requirement for activation and synergism. Journal of Biological Chemistry 270(9): 4484-4491

Pitch canker kills pines, spreads to new species and regions. California Agriculture 48(6): 9-13

Pitcher-plant midges and mosquitoes: a processing chain commensalism. Ecology 75(6): 1647-1660

Pitfalls in building institutions in countries in transition. Transforming agriculture and agro industry: policies, concepts and cases from Central and Eastern Europe: 23-36

Pitfalls in development aid. Pitfalls in development aid: 44 pp.

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Pitfalls of body fat assessments in premature infants by anthropometry. Biology of the Neonate 64(5): 279-286

Pith autolysis in herbaceous dicotyledonous plants. A physiological ecological study of pith autolysis under native conditions with special attention to the wild plant Impatiens capensis Meerb. Annals of Botany 76(2): 177-189

Pith autolysis in herbaceous, dicotyledonous plants: experimental manipulation of pith autolysis in several cultivated species. Annals of Botany 75(6): 587-592

Pith behaviour in the culm of Dendrocalamus giganteus Munro (Bambusoideae: Poaceae). Bangladesh Journal of Forest Science 21(1/2): 54-59

Pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating polypeptide (PACAP) stimulates exocrine pancreas in conscious preruminating calves. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology C, Pharmacology, Toxicology and Endocrinology 109(1): 93-99

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Pituitary response to thyrotropin, corticotropin, and gonadotropin-releasing hormones in lactating cows treated with sometribove for a fourth consecutive lactation. Domestic Animal Endocrinology 12(4): 301-316

Pituitary-adrenal activity and opioid release in ponies during thiopentone/halothane anaesthesia. Research in Veterinary Science 58(1): 35-41

Pituitary-adrenal function and hypothalamic beta-endorphin release in vitro following food deprivation. Brain Research Bulletin 30(1-2): 7-10

Pituitary-adrenal function in the immature ovine foetus. Journal of Endocrinology 145(3): 455-460

Pituitary-specific transcription factor Pit-1 in the rdw rat with growth hormone- and prolactin-deficient dwarfism. Journal of Endocrinology 143(3): 479-487

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Pituranthoside from Pituranthos triradiatus. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 40(3): 927-929

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Pityriasis versicolor in a newborn. Mycoses 38(5-6): 227-228

Pityrosporum ovale extracts increase interleukin-4, interleukin-10 and IgE synthesis in patients with atopic eczema. Acta Dermato-Venereologica 75(5): 357-360

Pivot seeks new frontiers. Fertilizer International ( 344): 43-45

Place and adaptation: the social system, material culture and the spatial pattern of arable land in Al-Alkhalaf, Saudi Arabia. Third World Planning Review 17(1): 61-85

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Placement for profit: menu item arrangement on customer-activated computer screens. FIU Hospitality Review 13(2): 25-33

Placement height of eddy correlation sensors above a short turfgrass surface. Agricultural & Forest Meteorology 74(3-4): 195-204

Placement of a permanent cystostomy catheter to relieve urine outflow obstruction in dogs with transitional cell carcinoma. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 206(4): 496-499

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Placental cryptococcosis in a mother with systemic lupus erythematosus. Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine 118(7): 757-759

Placental infection with Plasmodium in an endemic area. Risk factors. Bulletin de la Societe de Pathologie Exotique 87(2): 97-100

Placental malaria and low birthweight neonates in urban Sierra Leone. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 88(6): 575-580

Placental retention in mares: results of treatment and conception rate. Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde 120(10): 300

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Placental transferrin receptor in diabetic pregnancies with increased fetal iron demand. American Journal of Physiology 267(4 Pt 1): E507-E514

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Placing of kits. Dansk Pelsdyravl 58(6): 240-241

Placojoenia sinaica n. g., n. sp., a symbiotic flagellate from the termite Kalotermes sinaicus. European Journal of Protistology. February 18; 301: 25-37

Plagiogravitropism of maize roots. Plant & Soil 165(2): 327-332

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Plague in the U.S.: present and future. Proceedings Fourteenth Vertebrate Pest Conference, 6-8 March 1990, Sacramento, California: 43-46

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Planetor: the potential to adapt it for Italy. Staff Paper Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Minnesota ( P95-2): 40 pp.

Planning Kerala's irrigation projects: technological prejudice and politics of hope. Economic and Political Weekly 30(12): A-30-A-38

Planning Total Quality: methods and examples. Latte 18(9): 928-932

Planning a marketing programme in the hotel industry. Ekonomicka Revue Cestovneho RUCHU ( 4): 170-175

Planning a successful fruit and vegetables co-operative marketing society: lessons from existing societies. Agricultural Marketing 37(2): 36-39

Planning and development of ecotourism. Estudios Turisticos ( 119/120): 39-58

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Planning and implementation of development projects at union level: problems and prospects. Journal of Local Government 23(1): 83-93

Planning and monitoring the quality of primary education in sub-Saharan Africa. AFTHR Technical Note ( 14): v + 61 pp.

Planning and performance: an exploration of farm business strategy and perceptions of control. TRDC Publication ( 192): iii + 60 pp.

Planning and provision for dry slope skiing. Planning and provision for dry slope skiing: 10 pp.

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Planning demands to composting plants. Landtechnik 48(12): 662-665

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Planning for integrated area development in a backward block of Orissa. Agricultural planning and technology in rural development: 57-72

Planning for leisure: techniques and approaches. Leisure policy and planning: 73-114

Planning for maximizing profit per unit of land through crop and dairy enterprises for marginal farmers of Western Uttar Pradesh - a new approach. Indian Dairyman 46(11): 711-716

Planning for people and prosperity. Planning for people and prosperity: 16 pp.

Planning for sport and recreation in designated areas. Planning for sport and recreation in designated areas: 8 pp.

Planning for sustainable nature dependent tourism development: the Limits of Acceptable Change system. Tourism Recreation Research 19(2): 51-55

Planning for tourism in the 1990s: an integrated, dynamic, multiscale approach. Change in tourism: people, places, processes: 229-244

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Planning in forests with special objectives and their management. Gozdarski Vestnik 39(5): 227-233

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Planning permission and statutory consents. Planning permission and statutory consents: 8 pp.

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Planning with PSME: a growth model for young Douglas-fir and hardwood stands in southwestern Oregon. Special Publication Forest Research Laboratory, Oregon State University ( 21): ii + 14 pp.

Planning with pastoralists: PRA and more. A review of methods focused on Africa. Planning with pastoralists: PRA and more A review of methods focused on Africa: vii + 153 pp.

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Plant Sciences and Biotechnology Unit - biennial report 1992-1993. Plant Sciences and Biotechnology Unit biennial report 1992-1993: 30 pp.

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Plant adaptation to low temperature stress. Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 16(3): 231-236

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Plant analysis diagnostic indices for phosphorus nutrition of sunflower, mungbean, maize, and sorghum. Communications in Soil Science & Plant Analysis 25(13-14): 2481-2489

Plant analysis manual. Walinga, I [Editor], Van der Lee, J J [Editor], Houba, V J [Editor], Van Vark, W [Editor] Plant analysis manual Pagination varies

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Plant antibodies for immunotherapy. Plant Physiology 109(2): 341-346

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Plant biology: higher plants. 1. Vegetative system. Biologie vegetale: plantes superieures 1 Appareil vegetatif (Ed. 4): 248 pp.

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Plant biotechnology R & D - the next ten years. Trends in Biotechnology 13(9): 313-319

Plant biotechnology and developing countries. Trends In Biotechnology. 13(9): 404-409

Plant biotechnology and sustainable agriculture. Rural and farming systems analysis: European perspectives: 140-144

Plant biotechnology: commercial prospects and problems. Plant biotechnology: commercial prospects and problems: ix + 289 pp.

Plant biotechnology: facts and public perception. Phytochemistry 40(1): 1-9

Plant biotechnology: out of the laboratory and into the field. Agricultural Economic Report Economic Research Service, US Department of Agriculture ( 697): iv + 13 pp.

Plant biotechnology: state of the art in developed countries and relevant safety considerations. African Regional Conference for international cooperation on safety in biotechnology, 11-14 October 1993, Harare, Zimbabwe: 23-29

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Plant breeders' rights create winners and losers. Biotechnology and Development Monitor ( 23): 15-19

Plant breeding and biotechnology for meeting future food needs. Population and food in the early twenty first century: meeting future food demands of an increasing population: 221-228

Plant breeding and genetics: an investment in the future of farming. Louisiana Agriculture 38(2): 14-21

Plant breeding and seed marketing options for the introduction of transgenic insect-resistant crops. Biocontrol science and technology(4): 463-473

Plant breeding for an ecological agriculture: an overview. Norsk Landbruksforsking 6(1): 27-37

Plant callus as a source of biochemicals. Applied Biochemistry & Biotechnology 54(1-3): 93-108

Plant carotenoid research 1945-1985. Journal of Plant Physiology 143(4-5): 440-443

Plant cell and tissue culture. Plant cell and tissue culture: x + 593 pp.

Plant cell and tissue culture: alternatives for metabolite production. Biotechnology Advances 13(3): 425-453

Plant cell biology: a practical approach. Plant cell biology: a practical approach: xxix + 329 pp.

Plant cell electroporation and electrofusion protocols. Plant cell electroporation and electrofusion protocols: xiv + 205 pp.

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Plant chemotaxonomy, Volume 11a: Leguminosae, Part 1. Chemotaxonomie der Pflanzen, Band 11a: Leguminosae, Teil 1: xix + 529 pp.

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Plant chromatin structure and post-translational modifications. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 14(4): 299-328

Plant chromosomal high mobility group (HMG) proteins. Plant Journal 7(2): 185-192

Plant chromosome research 1992. Proceedings of the 2nd Sino-Japanese Symposium on Plant Chromosomes, Tianjin, China , 1-6 November, 1992. Plant chromosome research 1992 Proceedings of the 2nd Sino Japanese Symposium on Plant Chromosomes, Tianjin, China , 1-6 November, 1992: xix + 482 pp.

Plant clinic: a training system for decision-making and resource management in plant disease diagnosis. Plant clinic: a training system for decision making and resource management in plant disease diagnosis: vi + 31 pp.

Plant clonality: biology and diversity. Proceedings of the 3rd workshop on clonal growth in plants, Dvorska Bouda, Krkonose Mountains, Czech Republic, 14-19 September 1992. Plant clonality: biology and diversity Proceedings of the 3rd workshop on clonal growth in plants, Dvorska Bouda, Krkonose Mountains, Czech Re ic, 14-19 September 1992: 216 pp.

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Plant collecting on Wudang Shan. Arnoldia (Jamaica Plain) 55(1): 12-20

Plant communities of a tussock tundra landscape in the Brooks Range Foothills, Alaska. Journal of Vegetation Science 5(6): 843-866

Plant communities of montane secondary vegetation in the Cordillera de Talamanca, Costa Rica. Phytocoenologia 22(4): 449-484

Plant communities of the Maa Ina valley as related to soil moisture. Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych 412: 73-76

Plant communities of the Stirling Range, Western Australia. Journal of Vegetation Science 4(4): 477-488

Plant communities of the Tisovnica Nature Reserve in the Upper Orava region (Slovakia). Polish Botanical Studies 5: 43-47

Plant communities of the natural provincial park and natural forest reserve of Chancani, Province of Cordoba. Lilloa 38(1): 75-92

Plant communities of the oligotrophic bogs of the southern forest zone (as exemplified by the SE part of the Bryansk region). Botanicheskii Zhurnal 79(10): 76-84

Plant communities on anthropogenically disturbed sites on the Chukotka Peninsula, Russia. Journal of Vegetation Science 5(6): 885-896

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Plant compensation for arthropod herbivory. Mittler, T E [Editor], Radovsky, F J [Editor], Resh, V H [Editor] Annual Review of Entomology : 93-119

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Plant competition in relation to neighbor biomass: an intercontinental study with Poa pratensis. Ecology 75(6): 1753-1760

Plant competition over winter in alpine shrubland and grassland, Snowy Mountains, Australia. Arctic & Alpine Research 25(2): 124-129

Plant compositional constituents affecting between-plant and animal species prediction of forage intake. Journal of Animal Science 73(8): 2447-2457

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Plant constituents involved in coating practices among traditional African potters. Experientia (Basel) 51(1): 95-97

Plant copper-amine oxidases. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 39(1): 1-9

Plant culture in paper pots - useful with fertigation in closed systems. Gartenbau Magazin 1(9): 60-62

Plant cytotoxicity of nebularine (purine riboside). Phytochemistry 37(6): 1589-1592

Plant defence systems induced by ozone. Plant Cell & Environment 17(7): 783-794

Plant Defense Response to Fungal Pathogens (II. G-Protein-Mediated Changes in Host Plasma Membrane Redox Reactions). Plant Physiology 106(1): 97-102

Plant defenses against oxidative stress. Archives of Insect Biochemistry & Physiology 29(2): 175-186

Plant defenses and optimal foraging by mammalian herbivores. Journal of Mammalogy 75(4): 816-832

Plant demographic responses to mycorrhizal symbiosis in tallgrass prairie. Oecologia 99(1-2): 21-26

Plant demography and grassland community balance: the contribution of population regulation mechanisms. Grasslands for our world: 105-111

Plant density and nitrogen rate effects on sugar beet yield and quality early in harvest. Agronomy Journal 87(3): 586-591

Plant density and nutrient management for rainfed maize in red soils. Madras Agricultural Journal 81(5): 248-251

Plant density and seed production of two cultivars of chicory (Cichorium intybus L.). Acta Horticulturae (362): 91-98

Plant density and self-thinning affect yield and quality of fibre hemp (Cannabis sativa L.). Field Crops Research 40(3): 153-164

Plant density effects on single-head broccoli production. Hortscience 30(1): 50-52

Plant density of maize-cowpea intercrops under irrigation. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 28(1): 93-99

Plant density of sugarbeet and intensity of the weed infestation - first steps towards integrated weed management. Gesunde Pflanzen 46(4): 117-122

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Plant development and hormonal status in the Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus L.). Industrial Crops and Products 1(2-4): 219-228

Plant development, water relations, and carbon allocation of heart-podded hoary cress. Agronomy Journal 86(3): 487-491

Plant disease incidence as influenced by conservation tillage systems. Managing agricultural residues: 261-283

Plant disease resistance resulting from the expression of foreign phytoalexins. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 5(2): 125-130

Plant disease resistance: grand unification theory in sight. Current Biology 5(2): 128-131

Plant diseases and distribution of crops in the tropics. ASCOLFI Informa 20(2): 17-23

Plant diseases and their control by biological means in Cuba. Agriculture and Human Values 10(3): 24-30

Plant diseases, seed production and seed health testing in Nepal. Proceedings of the First HMG/DANIDA/FAO training course in seed health testing techniques, Khumaltar, Lalitpur, Nepal, Nov. 5 to Dec. 19, 1989. Plant diseases, seed production and seed health testing in Nepal Proceedings of the First HMG/DANIDA/FAO training course in seed health testing techniques, Khumaltar, Lalitpur, Nepal, Nov 5 to Dec 19, 1989: 178 pp.

Plant diseases: clinical diagnosis and strategies for control. Frontiers of Plant Science 42(1): 5-7

Plant distribution across arable field ecotones in the Netherlands. Boatman, N [Editor] British Crop Protection Council Monograph; Field margins: Integrating agriculture and conservation 323-328

Plant diversity and structural analysis of a tropical dry forest in southwestern Madagascar. Biotropica 26(3): 241-254

Plant ecology of highland heaths and grasslands of the Massif du Sancy, Massif Central, France. Bulletin d' Ecologie 24(2/4): 151-166

Plant exploration for new forage grasses. New crops: 147-154

Plant expression cassettes for enhanced translational efficiency. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 12(4): 347-357

Plant extracts with a resistance induction effect against fire blight (Erwinia amylovora). Acta Horticulturae ( 338): 389-395

Plant fatty acid elongation: sensitivity to thiocarbamate herbicides and their sulphoxides. Biochemical Society Transactions 22(3): 260s-260s

Plant fitness variation caused by different mutualist genotypes. Ecology (Washington D C) 76(5): 1525-1535

Plant functional types and ecological strategies in Patagonian forbs. Journal of Vegetation Science 4(6): 839-846

Plant genes and proteins involved in homologous recombination. Homologous recombination and gene silencing in plants: 157-166

Plant genetic engineering and future agriculture. Genetic engineering: principles and methods Volume 16: 93-113

Plant genetic engineering for crop improvement. World Journal of Microbiology & Biotechnology 11(4): 449-460

Plant genetic resources - general concepts. First national workshop on plant genetic resources, Vientiane, Lao, 5-9 April 1993: 33-42

Plant genetic resources activities in Italy. Integration of conservation strategies of plant genetic resources in Europe Proceedings of an international symposium on plant genetic resources in Europe, held in Gatersleben, Germany, 6-8 December 1993: 34-45

Plant genetic resources activities in Spain. Integration of conservation strategies of plant genetic resources in Europe Proceedings of an international symposium on plant genetic resources in Europe, held in Gatersleben, Germany, 6-8 December 1993: 76-81

Plant genetic resources and policy implications for a changing agriculture. Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 53(3): 223-237

Plant genetic resources in south Tunisia . Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter ( 96): 17-21

Plant genetic resources in the Andes: impact, conservation, and management. Crop Science 35(2): 355-360

Plant genetic resources: ownership and control. Local knowledge, global science and plant genetic resources: towards a partnership Proceedings of an international workshop on user participation in plant genetic resources research and development, held at Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines, 4-8 May 1992: 64-78

Plant genome analysis. Plant genome analysis: iv + 247 pp.

Plant genomes: a current molecular description. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology 46: 395-418

Plant germplasm conservation in the South Pacific. IBPGR Newsletter for Asia, the Pacific and Oceania ( 12): 10-11

Plant growing media and nutrition in mango nurseries. Yearbook South African Mango Growers' Association 14: 11-13

Plant growth analysis: a note on the variability of unit leaf rate (net assimilation rate) within a sample. Annals of Botany 74(5): 513-518

Plant growth and cell division in Pisum sativum L. and Picea sitchensis (Bong.) Carr. exposed to ozone. New Phytologist 130(1): 75-80

Plant growth and ionic distribution in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) under saline environment. Pakistan Journal of Botany 26(1): 105-114

Plant growth and yield response of the olive tree cv. Kalamon, to different levels of soil water potential and methods of irrigation. Acta Horticulturae ( 356): 205-210

Plant growth enhancement and disease control by Trichoderma harzianum in vegetable seedlings grown under commercial conditions. European Journal of Plant Pathology 100(5): 337-346

Plant growth inhibition by soluble salts in sewage sludge-amended mine spoils. Journal of environmental quality 24(4): 627-630

Plant growth inhibitors in trifoliate orange. 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: 357-360

Plant growth inhibitors of American hemlock sawdust and their microbial degradation during maturation of compost. Japanese Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 65(4): 419-425

Plant growth promoting bacteria: the example of Pseudomonas. Comptes Rendus de l' Academie d' Agriculture de France 80(2): 113-122

Plant growth promoting fungi from zoysiagrass rhizosphere as potential inducers of systemic resistance in cucumbers. Phytopathology 84(12): 1399-1406

Plant growth regulator effects on protein content and yield of spring barley and wheat. Journal of Agronomy & Crop Science 172(1): 9-18

Plant growth regulator use in horticulture in the future. Acta Horticulturae ( 329): 303-308

Plant growth regulator-induced xylogenesis in cotyledons of Solanum aviculare. Journal of Experimental Botany 45(280): 1523-1532

Plant growth regulators and their use in agriculture. Ege Universitesi Ziraat Fakultesi Dergisi 31(2-3): 289-296

Plant growth regulators in citriculture: factors regulating endogenous levels in Citrus tissues. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 14(5): 367-412

Plant growth stage effects on the feeding and growth responses of the bertha armyworm, Mamestra configurata to canola and mustard foliage. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 74(1): 55-61

Plant growth stimulation by inoculation with symbiotic and associative rhizosphere microorganisms. Experientia 50(10): 897-905

Plant growth strategies in evergreen-sclerophyllous shrublands (Maquis) in central Greece. Vegetatio 115(2): 109-114

Plant growth, photosynthetic pigments, and nitrate assimilation in symbiotic mutants of garden pea. Journal of Plant Nutrition 17(7): 1265-1273

Plant growth, uptake and partitioning of nitrogen in alfalfa seedlings as affected by the form of 15N-labelled combined nitrogen. Japanese Journal of Crop Science 63(1): 26-33

Plant health and 1992: Proceedings of a seminar held on 8 and 9 March 1990. Plant health and 1992: Proceedings of a seminar held on 8 and 9 March 1990: x + 173 pp.

Plant health and international trade in seed potatoes. Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 16(2): 146-149

Plant health care and the public. Journal of Arboriculture 20(1): 33-37

Plant health in the European single market - a UK view of the first year. Brighton Crop Protection Conference Pests and Diseases, 1994 Volume 1: 167-174

Plant height and the properties of some herbaceous stems. Annals of botany 75(2): 133-142

Plant hormone conjugation. Plant Molecular Biology 26(5): 1459-1481

Plant hormone effect of antibiotics on the transformation efficiency of plant tissues by Agrobacterium tumefaciens cells. Plant Science (Limerick) 109(2): 171-177

Plant hormone-induced changes in the orientation of cortical microtubules: alterations in the cross-linking between microtubules and the plasma membrane. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology 45: 527-544

Plant hormones in tissues of healthy and mycoplasma-infected currants. Ochrana Rostlin 26(3): 181-186

Plant hunting near the Mekong Salween divide. American Rhododendron Society Journal 47(2): 62-67

Plant improvement using endophytic fungi. Proceedings of the XVI International Grassland Congress, 4-11 October 1989, Nice, France: 345-346

Plant indexes in the evaluation of the degree of environment pollution with acid rainfalls. Part I. The effect of environment of plant development shaped with acid rainfall and dolomite on the yield of ordinary cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata L.). Polish Journal of Soil Science 26(2): 143-149

Plant indexes in the evaluation of the degree of environment pollution with acid rainfalls. Part II. The dependencies between sulphates content in simulated rainfall and its reaction and selected plant indexes. Polish Journal of Soil Science 26(2): 151-156

Plant inducers of interferons. Herba Polonica 40(1-2): 42-49

Plant invaders: the threat to natural ecosystems. Plant invaders: the threat to natural ecosystems: xiv + 241 pp.

Plant invasions: general aspects and special problems. Workshop held at Kostelec nad Cernymi lesy, Czech Republic, 16-19 September 1993. Plant invasions: general aspects and special problems Workshop held at Kostelec nad Cernymi lesy, Czech Re ic, 16-19 September 1993: xi + 263 pp.

Plant isoflavonoids, pathogens and symbionts. Trends in Microbiology 3(2): 58-64

Plant life form, stomatal density and taxonomic relatedness: a reanalysis of Salisbury (1927). Functional Ecology 9(3): 422-431

Plant life-history attributes: their relationship to disturbance response in herbaceous vegetation. Journal of Ecology Oxford 83(1): 31-44

Plant lignocellulose and decomposition by fungi: from nature to industrial use. Mycologist 8(3): 113-114

Plant litter decomposition in wetlands receiving acid mine drainage. Journal of Environmental Quality 24(2): 301-306

Plant materials affect cadmium adsorption by soil. Agribiological Research 47(2): 160-167

Plant mechanical defenses against insect herbivory. Revista Brasileira de Entomologia 38(2): 421-433

Plant members of a family of sulfate transporters reveal functional subtypes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 92(20): 9373-9377

Plant metallothioneins. Biochemical Journal 295: 1-10

Plant micropropagation industry in India - retrospects and prospects. Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research 53(10): 768-777

Plant Microsomal Phospholipid Acyl Hydrolases Have Selectivities for Uncommon Fatty Acids. Plant Physiology 107(3): 953-962

Plant microtubule inhibitors against trypanosomatids. Parasitology Today 10(11): 448-451

Plant mineral contents of root tips from four sorghum cultivars after exposure to the anion channel blocker, SITS. Journal of Plant Nutrition 17(12): 2189-2192

Plant mitochondrial NAD+-dependent malic enzyme. Journal of Biological Chemistry 269(7): 4780-4786

Plant mitochondrial nucleic acid sequences as a tool for phylogenetic analysis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 91(2): 634-638

Plant molecular biology and biotechnology at UNESCO. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 13(3): 227-231

Plant molecular biology: molecular genetic analysis of plant development and metabolism. Proceedings of the VIIth NATO Advanced Study Institute, Cala Vinas, Mallorca, Spain, 9-19 May, 1993. Plant molecular biology: molecular genetic analysis of plant development and metabolism Proceedings of the VIIth NATO Advanced Study Institute, Cala Vinas, Mallorca, Spain, 9-19 May, 1993: xi + 568 pp.

Plant monitoring to quantify vegetative vigor. Proceedings, Beltwide Cotton Conferences, 10-14 January 1993, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA: 1177-1180

Plant monitoring: water stress and water management. Proceedings, Beltwide Cotton Conferences, 10-14 January 1993, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA: 1191-1193

Plant morphological characteristics and resistance to simulated trampling. Environmental Management 17(4): 511-521

Plant morphology and yield of paprika pepper in response to method of stand establishment. Hortscience 29(11): 1282-1284

Plant movement and seed dispersal of Russian thistle (Salsola iberica). Weed Science 43(1): 63-69

Plant mucilages. XLIII. A representative mucilage with biological activity from the leaves of Hibiscus rosa-sinensis. Biological & Pharmaceutical Bulletin 16(8): 735-739

Plant mutants and molecular signalling in legume-Rhizobium symbiosis - a review. Scientia Agriculturae Bohemica 26(1): 43-68

Plant nematodes of Australia listed by plant and by genus. Plant nematodes of Australia listed by plant and by genus: 201 pp.

Plant novelty protection of pot plants in the New Europe - an overview of UPOV-EEC legislation. Proceedings of the Third International Geranium Conference, Odense, Denmark, 31 August to 4 September 1992: 215-222

Plant nutrient composition as a component of crop protection. Acta Horticulturae ( 339): 85-97

Plant nutrient management in organic farming. Agricultural Progress No.69: 25-29

Plant nutrient sulphur: a global review of crop requirements, supply, and environmental impact on nutrient balance. Norwegian Journal of Agricultural Sciences (Supplement 15): 7-25

Plant nutrients, fertilizers, organic manures and biofertilizers. Fertiliser and integrated nutrient recommendations for balance and efficiency: 5-20

Plant oils as grain protectants against infestations of Cryptolestes pusillus and Rhyzopertha dominica in stored grain. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 77(2): 133-139

Plant outliers: an ecogenetic perspective. American Naturalist 145(1): 109-118

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with grapevine in Libya. Pakistan Journal of Nematology 13(2): 77-81

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with lawn grass (Cynodon dactylon) in Karachi area. Pakistan Journal of Phytopathology 6(1): 71-73

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with paddy rice in Egypt. Annals of Agricultural Science Cairo 37(1): 269-276

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with tuber crops in Orissa. Journal of Root Crops 18(1): 70-72

Plant parasitic nematodes in papaya fields at Rampur. Journal of the Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science, 10: 129-132

Plant parasitic nematodes of cotton in India. Journal of the Indian Society for Cotton Improvement 18(1): 5-19

Plant parasitic nematodes of legumes in Turkey. Nematologia Mediterranea 22(2): 245-251

Plant pathogenesis and disease control. Plant pathogenesis and disease control: xii + 193 pp.

Plant pathology in New Zealand. Australasian Plant Pathology 23(4): 144-148

Plant pathology: a 55-year retrospective. Annual Review of Phytopathology 32: 1-25

Plant performance and water use of peppermint treated with methanol and glycine. Journal of Plant Nutrition 17(11): 1955-1962

Plant peroxidase gene expression and function. Biochemical Society Transactions 20(2): 333-337

Plant peroxidases: interaction between their prosthetic groups. Phytochemistry 37(5): 1217-1225

Plant photomorphogenesis in canopies, crop growth, and yield. HortScience 30(6): 1172-1181

Plant physiological responses to anoxia. Buxton, D R [Editor], Forsberg, R A [Editor], Blad, B L [Editor], Asay, H [Editor], Paulsen, G M [Editor], Wilson, R F [Editor] International crop science, I 721-726

Plant plane hydroponics, a new hydroponic system. Proceedings of the 8th international congress on soilless culture, Hunters Rest, South Africa, 2-9 Oct 1992: 375-382

Plant poisoning in humans. James, L F , Et Al (Ed ) Poisonous Plants; Third International Symposium, Logan, Utah, Usa, 1988 Xv+661p Iowa State University Press: Ames, Iowa, Usa Illus Maps 340-348

Plant polyamines in flowering and fruit ripening. Phytochemistry (oxford). 33(6): 1281-1288

Plant polymers for biodegradable plastics: cellulose, starch and polyhydroxyalkanoates. Molecular Breeding 1(2): 105-122

Plant population and pruning of pepper cultivars. Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 75(3): 199-204

Plant population effects on corn hybrids differing in ear growth habit and prolificacy. Journal of Production Agriculture 8(3): 394-400

Plant population effects on the inter-relationship of seed yield and its components in pigeonpea (Cajanus) genotypes. Legume Research 17(2): 96-100

Plant population influence on squash yield, sweetpotato whitefly, squash silverleaf, and zucchini yellow mosaic. Hortscience 28(8): 796-798

Plant population study on maize. PAC Working Paper Pakhribas Agricultural Centre ( 45): 11 pp.

Plant pre-mRNA splicing and splicing components. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 342(1301): 217-224

Plant preference in common cutworm larvae, Spodoptera litura Fabricius. Bulletin of the National Institute of Agrobiological Resources ( 9): 221-250

Plant preparations against the dried-bean beetle. Zashchita Rastenii Moskva ( 9): 25

Plant production and alternative fuels. Problemy Inzynierii Rolniczej 2(2): 25-29

Plant production and hybrid considerations for dryland corn production on drought-susceptible soils. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 75(1): 87-91

Plant production and soil microorganisms in late-successional ecosystems: a continental-scale study. Ecology 75(8): 2333-2347

Plant production on the threshold of a new century. Proceedings of the International Conference at the Occasion of the 75th Anniversary of the Wageningen Agricultural University, Wageningen, The Netherlands, 28 June-1 July, 1993. Plant production on the threshold of a new century Proceedings of the International Conference at the Occasion of the 75th Anniversary of the Wageningen Agricultural University, Wageningen, The Netherlands, 28 June 1 July, 1993: xiii + 501 pp.

Plant promoters and transcription factors. Plant promoters and transcription factors: xi + 275 pp.

Plant propagation. Plant propagation: viii + 287 pp.

Plant protection. Annual Report Taiwan Sugar Research Institute: 22-30

Plant protection in Dutch agriculture: policy, application and economics. The economic consequences of a drastic reduction in pesticide use in the EU: revised papers of a workshop held in Tannenfelde Schleswig Holstein, 13th-14th November 1993: 187-203

Plant protection in organic fruit production - an analysis of the current situation. Obst und Weinbau 131(2): 36-39

Plant protection in strawberries and woody small fruits. Fruitteelt 6(9): 24-25

Plant protection methods applicable for controlling xylophagous pests damaging poplars and willows. Erdeszeti Kutatasok1989; ( 80-81): 143-149

Plant protection methods in poplar stands. Erdeszeti Kutatasok1989; ( 80-81): 151-156

Plant protection problems caused by phytonematodes in Greece. Bulletin OEPP 24(2): 413-415

Plant protection products in drinking water - a overview. Gesunde Pflanzen 47(6): 231-240

Plant protection projects in developing countries: the present situation. Outlook on Agriculture 24(2): 97-102

Plant protection recommendations 1994 for viticulture. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Obst und Weinbau 130(3): 69, 71

Plant protection regulations in the European Community (EC). Amtliche Pflanzenschutzbestimmungen 59(4): 123-168

Plant protection regulations in the European Community (EC); Federal Republic of Germany. Amtliche Pflanzenschutzbestimmungen 59(2): 39-77

Plant protection regulations in the European Community (EC); German Federal Republic; Plant protection regulations abroad. Amtliche Pflanzenschutzbestimmungen 59(5): 169-211

Plant protection regulations in the European Community (EC); German Federal Republic; plant protection regulations abroad. Amtliche Pflanzenschutzbestimmungen 60(3): 94-132

Plant protection technology for sustainable agriculture in Japan. Extension Bulletin ASPAC, Food and Fertilizer Technology Center ( 389): 4 pp.

Plant protection tips for the summer period. Fruitteelt nieuws 7(11): 23-25

Plant protection tips in strawberry culture. Fruitteelt 6(17): 24-25

Plant protection tips. Late flowering in apple. Fruitteelt 6(10): 33-34

Plant protection tips. The pear bud weevil (Anthonomus cinctus K.). Fruitteelt nieuws 7(3): 24-25

Plant proteins in milk products. Molochnaya Promyshlennost' ( 2): 24-25

Plant proteins that bind to the 3'-terminal sequences of the negative-strand RNA of three diverse positive-strand RNA plant viruses. FEBS Letters 352(3): 331-334

Plant protoplasts and genetic engineering V. Plant protoplasts and genetic engineering V: xxii + 414 pp.

Plant quarantine and diseases of cotton. Australasian Plant Pathology 24(1): 70-73

Plant recolonisation after fire in Brittany littoral heathlands. Acta Oecologica 14(4): 529-538

Plant regeneration and microprojectile-mediated gene transfer in embryonic leaflets of peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.). Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 22(4): 585-591

Plant regeneration and micropropagation of Brachypodium distachyon. Plant cell tissue and organ culture 42(1): 97-107

Plant regeneration by somatic embryogenesis from leaf explants of Digitaria eriantha (Steud) subsp. eriantha. Proceedings of the XVI International Grassland Congress, 4-11 October 1989, Nice, France: 421-422

Plant regeneration from Carica papaya cv. Malir grown in tissue culture. Pakistan Journal of Botany 26(1): 191-195

Plant regeneration from allotriploid (Oryza sativa x O. minuta) hybrid protoplasts. Acta Agronomica Sinica 20(5): 578-581

Plant regeneration from axillary bud culture of one-year-old seedling of Acacia auriculiformis grown in green house. Bulletin of the Tokyo University Forests ( 92): 29-35

Plant regeneration from callus cultures of switchgrass. Crop Science 34(6): 1623-1627

Plant regeneration from callus protoplasts of Codonopsis pilosula. Acta Botanica Sinica 35(11): 864-867

Plant regeneration from callus tissue cultures of poplars. Genetika Beograd 23(3): 215-222

Plant regeneration from cell suspension-derived protoplasts of Saintpaulia ionantha Wendl. Plant Cell Reports 14(6): 341-344

Plant regeneration from cotyledon and cell suspension protoplasts of apple (Malus x domestica cv. Starkrimson). Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 40(2): 145-149

Plant regeneration from crown galls of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.). Revue Roumaine de Biologie Serie de Biologie Vegetale 38(1): 59-62

Plant regeneration from cultured embryonic axis in Thevetia peruviana L. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 33(3): 190-193

Plant regeneration from embryo-derived callus of aromatic rice (Oryza sativa L.) cultivar Khao Dawk Mali 105. Kasetsart Journal, Natural Sciences 28(1): 27-37

Plant regeneration from embryogenic suspension cultures of Camellia japonica. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology Plant 31(1): 31-35

Plant regeneration from explant and protoplast derived calluses of Medicago littoralis. Plant cell tissue and organ culture 41(1): 41-48

Plant regeneration from hypocotyl protoplast in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.). Journal of Genetics and Breeding 49(1): 51-54

Plant regeneration from hypocotyl protoplasts culture of Brassica oleracea var. italica. Acta Agriculturae Shanghai 9(4): 13-18

Plant regeneration from hypocotyl protoplasts of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.). Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae 63(2): 147-151

Plant regeneration from isolated ovules of Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum Lam.): effect of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid and different cytokinins supplemented to the ovule culture medium. Plant Science Limerick 111(1): 107-116

Plant regeneration from mesophyll protoplasts in Lilium longiflorum. I. Conditions for isolation and culture. Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, Saga University ( 78): 23-32

Plant regeneration from mesophyll protoplasts in Lilium longiflorum. II. Conditions for division. Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, Saga University ( 78): 33-40

Plant regeneration from mesophyll protoplasts of 'rapid cycling' Brassica oleracea with 'Chiang' cytoplasm. Cruciferae Newsletter ( 17): 24-25

Plant regeneration from mesophyll protoplasts of Matthiola incana (L.) R. Br. Plant Cell Reports 14(7): 446-449

Plant regeneration from monocell culture of Astragalus melilotoides. Grassland of China ( 3): 50-54

Plant regeneration from monocell of Oxytropis leptophylla. Acta Prataculturae Sinica 2(4): 26-30

Plant regeneration from patchouli protoplasts encapsulated in alginate beads. Plant cell tissue and organ culture 41(1): 65-70

Plant regeneration from petiole protoplasts of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam.) and related species. Acta Agronomica Sinica 21(1): 25-28

Plant regeneration from petioles of kiwifruit microshoots. Hortscience 30(6): 1302-1303

Plant regeneration from protoplast culture of rice variety Obongbyeo. RDA Journal of Agricultural Science Biotechnology 36(2): 174-180

Plant regeneration from protoplast cultures of three cultivars of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Acta Agriculturae Sinica ( 2): 70-75

Plant regeneration from protoplast fusions of Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam. and I. triloba L. Memoirs of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kagoshima University 29: 43-47

Plant regeneration from protoplasts isolated from callus of taro (Colocasia esculenta Schott). Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science 63(4): 773-778

Plant regeneration from protoplasts isolated from cotyledons of Sesbania bispinosa. Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 40(2): 119-123

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of Gentiana by embedding protoplasts in gellan gum. Plant cell tissue and organ culture 41(3): 221-227

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of immature cotyledons of Vicia faba. Plant Physiology Communications 29(1): 17-19

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris). Physiologia Plantarum 94(2): 342-350

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of sugarcane. Acta Agriculturae Sinica ( 2): 100-104

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of three indica rice (Oryza sativa L.) cultivars. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 48(4): 359-365

Plant regeneration from rice (Oryza sativa L.) embryogenic suspension cells cryopreserved by vitrification. Plant Cell Reports 14(11): 730-734

Plant regeneration from root explants of Matthiola incana (L.) R. Br. and transformation attempts. Cruciferae Newsletter ( 17): 42-43

Plant regeneration from seedling-derived callus of dodder (Cuscuta trifolii Bab. et Giggs). Plant Science Limerick 109(1): 95-101

Plant regeneration from shoot apex explants of foxtail millet. Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 40(1): 33-35

Plant regeneration from the culture of garlic root explants. Journal of the Korean Society for Horticultural Science 36(1): 31-37

Plant regeneration from tissue cultured-root in Allium victorialis L. ssp. platyphyllum Hult. Acta Horticulturae ( 319): 209-214

Plant regeneration in Coreopsis lanceolata L. from leaf tissue cultures. HortScience 29(11): 1353-1354

Plant regeneration in callus cultures of faba bean (Vicia faba L.). Rostlinna Vyroba 40(8): 697-709

Plant regeneration in leaf and petiole explant cultures of Ipomoea littoralis Blune. Memoirs of the Faculty of Agriculture Kagoshima University 29(0): 49-52

Plant regeneration in microspore culture of Brassica campestris ssp. pekinensis cv. `Hiroshimana'. Bulletin of the Hiroshima Prefectural Agriculture Research Center ( 60): 47-54

Plant regeneration of Mangifera indica using liquid shaker culture to reduce phenolic exudation. Plant cell tissue and organ culture 41(1): 83-85

Plant regeneration of blackbean (Phaseolus vulgaris) via organogenesis. Ciencia Rural 24(2): 287-290

Plant regeneration of date palm variety Estamaran by tissue culture. Seed and Plant 9(3/4): 8-11 (Pe), 2 (en)

Plant regeneration of sweet potato by one-step leaf culture in vitro. Hereditas Beijing 15(5): 27-31

Plant regeneration of sweetpotato (Ipomoea batatas L.) from leaf explants in vitro using a two-stage protocol. Scientia Horticulturae 62(4): 217-224

Plant regeneration on cultured root segments of Cephaelis ipecacuanha A. Richard. Plant Cell Reports 14(2-3): 98-101

Plant regeneration through somatic embryogenesis in peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.). Biologia Plantarum 35(4): 499-504

Plant regeneration through somatic embryogenesis in zoysiagrasses (Zoysia spp.). Journal of the Korean Society for Horticultural Science 36(4): 582-587

Plant regeneration via somatic embryogenesis from cotyledon protoplasts of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill). Breeding Science 44(3): 257-262, 337-338

Plant residue decomposition and nitrogen dynamics in an alley cropping and an annual legume-based cropping system. Communications in Soil Science & Plant Analysis 25(19-20): 3365-3378

Plant residue impact on rainfall interception. Transactions of the ASAE 37(4): 1093-1098

Plant resistance to insect herbivores: a field test of the environmental stress hypothesis. Ecology (Washington D C): 731: 153-169

Plant resistance to insects in integrated pest management. Plant Disease 78(9): 927-932

Plant resources used by the Ayoreo of the Paraguayan Chaco. Economic Botany 48(3): 252-258

Plant response to fertilization and sheep grazing on rangeland in Sardinia. Rivista di Agronomia 27(1): 67-72

Plant response to irrigation with water enriched with carbon dioxide. New Phytologist 125(2): 249-258

Plant response to organic amendments and decreasing inorganic nitrogen rates in soils from a long-term experiment. Soil Science Society Of America Journal. 58(1): 134-138

Plant response to phytohormones release by diazotrophs. Environment and Ecology 12(4): 749-751

Plant response to surface crust. International Agrophysics 8(1): 27-29

Plant responses to atmospheric CO2 enrichment in the face of environmental constraints: a review of the past 10 years' research. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 69(3/4): 153-203

Plant responses to canopy density mediated by photomorphogenic processes. Buxton, D R [Editor], Forsberg, R A [Editor], Blad, B L [Editor], Asay, H [Editor], Paulsen, G M [Editor], Wilson, R F [Editor] International crop science, I 779-786

Plant responses to light: a potential tool for weed management. Weed Science 43(3): 474-482

Plant responses to past concentrations of CO2. Vegetatio 104-5: 145-155

Plant responses to salinity: significance in relation to time. International crop science 1 International Crop Science Congress, Ames, Iowa, 14-22 July 1992: 741-745

Plant sample nitrogen-15 measurement response to tube pressure with optical emission spectroscopy. Communications in Soil Science & Plant Analysis 26(7-8): 983-992

Plant sampling: a review. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 33(8): 1007-1014

Plant seed lectins. A possible marker for chemotaxonomy of the genus Canavalia. Revista Brasileira de Fisiologia Vegetal 5(2): 127-132

Plant selenium from soil and the atmosphere. Journal of Environmental Quality 24(4): 768-771

Plant signaling in Agrobacterium-mediated transformation. Advances in molecular genetics of plant microbe interactions Volume 3 Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium, Edinburgh, UK, June 1994: 3-11

Plant spacing and reflected far-red light effects on phytochrome-regulated photosynthate allocation in corn seedlings. Crop Science 34(6): 1564-1569

Plant spacing for continuous culture: a choice between yield and quality. Fruitteelt nieuws 7(13): 26-27

Plant spatial arrangement and production of new cultivars of 'seed' propagated artichoke. Acta Horticulturae ( 371): 195-199

Plant species abundance and tissue concentrations of limiting nutrients in low-nutrient grasslands: a test of competition theory. Journal of Ecology Oxford 83(3): 485-495

Plant species migration in a mixed-history forest landscape in eastern North America. Ecology (Tempe) 75(5): 1491-1502

Plant species that can be linked by VA mycorrhizal fungi. New Phytologist 126(4): 691-693

Plant species which have expanded greatly in the city of Zurich in the last 150 years. Phytocoenologia 23: 651-663

Plant storage proteins. Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 70: 375-426

Plant strengtheners - possibilities and limitations for the application in the hobby garden. I. Efficacy against phytopathogenic fungi. Gesunde Pflanzen 47(1): 15-22

Plant stress and larval performance of a dipterous gall former. Oecologia (Berlin) 101(4): 461-466

Plant structure and function. Plant structure and function (Ed. 5): 98 pp.

Plant succession after extensive grazing by horses in a Phragmites australis community. Bulletin d' Ecologie 24(2/4): 203-209

Plant succession of Kobresia-Carex alpine grassland. Acta Prataculturae Sinica 2(1): 28-32

Plant successions in North Africa, the Near-Caspian area, and Mongolia. Problems of Desert Development 1995; ( 6): 19-23

Plant symbiotic mutants as a tool to analyse nitrogen nutrition and yield relationship in field-grown peas (Pisum sativum L.). Plant and Soil 153(1): 33-45

Plant systems: now and in the future (part 1). Fruitteelt 5(20): 14-18

Plant tissue-culture techniques in plant breeding. Plant biotechnology: commercial prospects and problems: 169-195

Plant toxicity in pastured cattle. Agri-Practice 14(6): 15-17, 19

Plant toxins and mammalian herbivores: co-evolutionary relationships and anti-nutritional effects. Recent developments in the nutrition of herbivores: Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium, Clermont Ferrand, France, September 11-15, 1995: 437-456

Plant transformation. Plant cell and tissue culture: 231-270

Plant transformation by particle bombardment of embryogenic pollen. Plant Cell Reports 14(5): 273-278

Plant transgenesis: contingent risks for the environment and human health. Cahiers Agricultures 2(4): 270-276

Plant transglutaminases. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 40(2): 355-365

Plant transport and methane production as controls on methane flux from arctic wet meadow tundra. Biogeochemistry (Dordrecht) 28(3): 183-200

Plant transposable elements and the genome. Current Opinion in Genetics & Development 4(6): 838-844

Plant trypanosome (Mastigophora: Trypanosomatidae) from Cynanchum acutum (Asclepiadaceae) plants in northern Israel. Phytoparasitica. October; 234: 351-353

Plant type and dry matter production in peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) cultivars. II. Varietal differences in radiation interception. Japanese Journal of Crop Science 64(1): 73-77

Plant type and dry matter production in peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) cultivars: I. Varietal differences in dry matter production. Japanese Journal of Crop Science 63(2): 289-297

Plant types and gibberellin responses of Chinese dwarf-barley genetic resources. Plant Breeding 113(3): 258-261

Plant uptake and determination of arsenic species in soil solution under flooded conditions. Journal of Environmental Quality 24(2): 373-381

Plant uptake of PCBs and other organic contaminants from sludge-treated coal refuse. Journal of Environmental Quality 23(5): 1019-1026

Plant uptake of aluminium from calcareous soils. Experientia (Basel) 50(7): 701-703

Plant uptake of fluoride in irrigation water by ladyfinger (Abelmorchus esculentus). Food and Chemical Toxicology 33(5): 399-402

Plant variety protection - a private breeder's viewpoint. 1994 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, January 5-8, San Diego, CA, USA: 685-687

Plant variety protection - an examiner's perspective. 1994 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, January 5-8, San Diego, CA, USA: 683

Plant venereal disease: a model for integrating genetics, ecology and epidemiology. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 10(6): 221-222

Plant vigor and yield of perennial cool-season forage crops when summer planting is delayed. Journal of production agriculture 8(2): 233-238

Plant viral RNA synthesis in cell-free systems. Cook, R J [Editor] Annual Review of Phytopathology 311-335

Plant viruses and pharmaceuticals. Agro Food Industry Hi Tech 6(2): 7-11

Plant viruses as model systems for the study of non-canonical translation mechanisms in higher plants. Journal of General Virology 75: 2141-2149

Plant viruses in soil and water in Croatia. Periodicum Biologorum 96(4): 381-382

Plant viruses isolated from surface waters in the Czech Republic. Zahradnictvi 21(4): 279-285

Plant visit: introduction to the Thal Plant of Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers, Ltd. Special Publication International Fertilizer Development Center: 140-143

Plant water relations and growth of cowpea cultivars subjected to varying degrees of waterlogging. Field Crops Research 39(1): 49-57

Plant water relations, yield and water use of papaya in relation to irrigation and nitrogen fertilization. Singapore Journal of Primary Industries 21(1): 1-5

Plant water status and fruit quality in 'Braeburn' apples. HortScience 29(11): 1274-1278

Plant water status of maize and succeeding wheat grown on organically amended soils. Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science 43(2): 152-155

Plant water stress under low rainfall, high temperature summer conditions in Portugal. NATO advanced research workshop on interacting stresses on plants in a changing climate, Wye, UK, 13-19 September 1992: 497-509

Plant-associated toxins: agricultural, phytochemical and ecological aspects. Plant associated toxins: agricultural, phytochemical and ecological aspects: xiii + 581 pp.

Plant-derived triterpenoid sweetness inhibitors. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 47(1): 9-26

Plant-induced spatial patterns of surface soil properties near caulescent Andean rosettes. Geoderma 68(1-2): 101-121

Plant-parasitic Nematodes Associated with Cherry Rootstocks in Michigan. Journal of Nematology 26(4 Suppl): 767-772

Plant-parasitic Nematodes Associated with Cotton in Florida. Journal of Nematology 26(4 Suppl): 749-752

Plant-parasitic nematodes associated with groundnut in North Vietnam. Afro Asian Journal of Nematology 4(2): 185-189

Plant-parasitic nematodes associated with pine trees in Bulgaria. Bulletin OEPP 24(2): 459-466

Plant-parasitic nematodes in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Zoology 21(1): 57-65

Plant-parasitic nematodes of Croatia. Bulletin OEPP 24(2): 369-373

Plant-plant interactions in elevated CO2 environments. Australian Journal of Botany 40(4-5): 547-563

Plant-quality effect on life-history parameters of the twospotted spider mite (Acari: Tetranychidae) on cotton. Journal of Economic Entomology 87(6): 1665-1673

Plant-wide names for partial cDNA sequences of rice using BLAST and 4th Dimension. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 13(1): 38-55

Plant/insect interactions in farmland habitats: the utility of seed-reducing insects in the suppression of alien, woody weeds. Ecology and integrated farming systems Proceedings of the 13th Long Ashton international symposium on arable ecosystems for the 21st century, Bristol, UK, 14-16 September 1993: 103-115

Plantae Rockianae. Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Sunyatseni 34(3): 81-83

Plantain breeding at IITA. The improvement and testing of Musa: a global partnership Proceedings of the First Global Conference of the International Musa Testing Program, FHIA, Honduras, 27-30 April 1994: 130-156

Plantain cropping in Cameroon. Fruits Paris 48(2): 115-118

Plantain cropping in Colombia and other Andean countries. Fruits Paris 48(2): 107-114

Plantain cropping in Cote d'Ivoire. Fruits Paris 48(2): 133-143

Plantain-derived diploid hybrids (TMP2x) with black sigatoka resistance. HortScience 30(1): 147-149

Plantain-derived diploids with black sigatoka resistance. MusAfrica ( 2): 1-2

Plantain: production, uses, and nutritional value. Fruit Varieties Journal 49(2): 107-111

Plantation agriculture: its genesis, management, and role in the Malaysian economy. Agribusiness New York 11(5): 415-421

Plantation establishment. Technical Bulletin Forests and Forestry, Asia Technical Department, World Bank ( 4): 8 pp.

Plantation labour and economic crisis in Cameroon. Development and Change 26(3): 525-549

Plantation of certain fastgrowing tree species under short-rotation agro-forestry system for production of biomass for paper pulp. Advances in Forestry Research in India 9: 19-34

Plantation pest assessment surveys in New Brunswick in 1989. Technical Note Maritimes Region, Forestry Canada ( 231): 7 pp.

Plantation pest assessment surveys in Nova Scotia in 1989. Technical Note Maritimes Region, Forestry Canada ( 232): 8 pp.

Plantations in the state forests of the governments of Estonia and Livonia up to 1870. Metsanduslikud Uurimused 26: 16-26

Plantations in the tropics: environmental concerns. Plantations in the tropics: environmental concerns: xiii + 83 pp.

Plantations of Juglans nigra in the Don region. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 1): 35-37

Plantations on sandy-shelly soils of the eastern Azov region. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 2): 55-56

Planted soil filter - a wastewater treatment system for rural areas. Water Science and Technology 28(10): 133-140

Planting Moringa. Vaniki Sandesh 17(2): 5-6

Planting among the stony rises. Trees and Natural Resources 37(2): 3-7

Planting artificial seeds and somatic embryos. Synseeds: applications of synthetic seeds to crop improvement: 183-202

Planting cauliflower to a stand with precision seeding. HortScience: a ication of the American Society for Horticultural Science 30(3): 484-486

Planting date adjustments, nitrogen management and genotypic alterations of sorghum in a scarce rainfall-shallow soils ecosystem. International Journal of Tropical Agriculture 11(4): 255-261

Planting date as a potential cultural method for managing the rice water weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in water-seeded rice in southwest Louisiana. Journal of Economic Entomology 87(5): 1318-1324

Planting date effect on no-till proso millet. Journal of Production Agriculture 7(4): 454-458

Planting date in relation to yield and yield components of wheat in Al-Qassim region. Arab Gulf Journal of Scientific Research 12(3): 449-464

Planting date of strawberries using cold-stored plants. Colture Protette 24(4): 87-95

Planting dates and densities of the strawberry cultivar Pandora in the mountains. Revue Suisse de Viticulture, d' Arboriculture et d' Horticulture 27(2): 79-81

Planting decisions in the face of uncertainty. I. Theoretical results. Working Paper Forest Economics and Policy Analysis Research Unit, University of British Columbia ( 156): iii + 34 pp.

Planting density and mineral nutrition in coconut plantations. Oleagineux Paris 47(4): 165-170

Planting density in unirrigated olive groves in Andalucia. Agricultura, Revista Agropecuaria 62(730): 419-425

Planting depth affects survival, root growth, and nutrient content of transplanted pygmy date palms. Hortscience 30(5): 1031-1032

Planting depth of hybrid poplar cuttings influences number of shoots. Research Note North Central Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( NC-355): 4 pp.

Planting distance and nitrogen fertilizer application for production of seed tubers of potatoes cv. Kondor. Cultivos Tropicales 14(2-3): 85-88

Planting distance for promising sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas) clones. Agrotecnia de Cuba 24(2): 5-9

Planting fast-growing tree species and Miscanthus for producing energy and raw material on agricultural areas. Holzzucht 46(1-4): 25-28

Planting geometry and double intercropping in cassava - performance evaluation under rainfed agriculture in south Kerala. Journal of Root Crops 17(Special Issue): 165-168

Planting method and herbicide treatment influence direct seeding success of some central hardwood tree species. Forestry Research Report Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Illinois ( 93-1): 7 pp.

Planting oak saplings - compromise or alternative?. AFZ, Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift 49(10): 546, 548-549

Planting of a rubber nursery without sowing and transplanting. Comunicado Tecnico Empresa Goiana de Pesquisa Agropecuaria ( 35): 5 pp.

Planting pattern and fertilizer management in wheat + rapeseed intercropping system under rainfed conditions. Annals of Agricultural Research 15(3): 270-273

Planting productivity in a range of logging residue treatments. Report New Zealand Logging Industry Research Organisation 18(5): 5 pp.

Planting speed effects on stand establishment and grain yield of corn. Journal of Production Agriculture 8(3): 391-393

Planting state-listed endangered and threatened plants. Conservation Biology 9(4): 771-781

Planting stock for improved production forests. Focused plant improvement towards responsible and sustainable agriculture Proceedings: Volume 1 invited and orally presented papers, Tenth Australian Plant Breeding Conference, Gold Coast 18-23 April 1993: 197-209

Planting sugarcane on heavy clay soils in the Burdekin. Proceedings of the 15th conference of the Australian Society of Sugar Cane Technologists, Cairns, Queensland, 27-30 April 1993: 305-311

Planting systems for autumn strawberries in Valencia. ITEA Produccion Vegetal 90(1): 50-55

Planting times and corm grades of Gladiolus gandavensis for retarding culture in highland. RDA Journal of Agricultural Science, Horticulture 36(1): 430-434

Planting-date effects on early maturing pigeonpea in a short-season environment. HortTechnology 4(4): 379-382

Plantlet production from somatic embryos of Pinus patula. Journal of Plant Physiology 145(4): 519-525

Plantlet regeneration from calli on various of sainfoin. Acta Agriculturae Universitatis Pekinensis 19(1): 39-43

Plantlet regeneration from cotyledon cultures of a forest tree Prunus cerasoides D. Don. Indian Journal of Forestry 17(1): 84-85

Plantlet regeneration from mature embryos of Juniperus cedrus. Plant cell tissue and organ culture 41(1): 75-78

Plantlet regeneration from seedling explants of Ziziphus and silver nitrate and nutrient requirement for callus morphogenesis. Gartenbauwissenschaft 58(6): 255-260

Plantlet regeneration from soyabean protoplasts through embryogenesis. Soybean Science 12(3): 249-251

Plantlet regeneration of hygromycin resistant Chinese cabbage (Brassica campestris ssp. pekinensis) from callus induced from Agrobacterium infected hypocotyls. RDA Journal of Agricultural Science, Biotechnology 37(1): 161-166

Plantlet regeneration through axillary bud culture and callus induction from the tuber explant in Aconitum koreanum. Research Report of the Forest Genetics Research Institute 0(28): 68-72

Plants and animals with pheromones found. Pheromones 1993; 2/3(1-4): 43-148

Plants and people. Economic botany in Northern Europe AD 800-1800. Botanical Journal of Scotland 46(4): 521-706

Plants and popular medicine of Agboville (Cote d'Ivoire). Fitoterapia 66(2): 117-141

Plants and urban air pollution. Tecnica Agricola 45(3): 107-126

Plants are better protected against spider-mites after exposure to volatiles from infested conspecifics. Experientia (Basel): 485: 525-529

Plants as a natural source of insect growth regulators. Tropical Science 33(4): 411-417

Plants as bioreactors. Trends In Biotechnology. 13(9): 379-387

Plants as chemical factories. Science Washington 268(5211): 659

Plants associated with accidentally poisoned patients presenting at Ga-Rankuwa Hospital, Pretoria. South African Journal of Science 91(2): 57-59

Plants in treating senile dementia in the northwest Amazon. Journal Of Ethnopharmacology. 38(2-3): 129-135

Plants in use for revegetation of Chinese dry land. Summary of 'sand control silviculture', chapter 9. Bulletin of the Kyoto Prefectural University Forests ( 37): 43-62

Plants in use for revegetation of Chinese dry land. Supplement from 'Flora in Desertis Reipublicae Populorum Sinarum', Tomus 1-3. Bulletin of the Kyoto Prefectural University Forests ( 38): 113-150

Plants of Guinea used by farmers and veterinarians. Plantes de Guinee a l' usage des eleveurs et des veterinaires: 235 pp.

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Plants of tropical rainforest, with special reference to their uses as food plants. Australian Plants 18(142): 69-85

Plants poisonous to livestock and pets in North Carolina. North Carolina Agricultural Research Service Bulletin 0(414 REV ): 1-154

Plants resistant to viruses. Fruit Belge 60(440): 268-279

Plants show tolerance of herbicides when applied with safeners. PSP Pflanzenschutz Praxis ( 1): 16-17

Plants that lower cholesterol. Acta Horticulturae ( 332): 131-136

Plants that should be better known. Liatris aspera. Garden London 120(9): 534-535

Plants that should be better known. Prunus x subhirtella 'Stellata'. Garden London 120(5): 240-241

Plants that should be better known. Sarcococca orientalis. Garden London 119(1): 16-17

Plants that should be better known. Tilia henryana and T. oliveri. Garden London 120(7): 394-395

Plants to revive the coffee sector: an analysis of State programmes. Informacoes Economicas Instituto de Economia Agricola 25(4): 25-42

Plants transformed with a mutant alfalfa mosaic virus coat protein gene are resistant to the mutant but not to wild-type virus. Virology 203(2): 269-276

Plants transformed with mammalian 2'-5' oligoadenylate synthetase gene show resistance to virus infections. Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 60(6): 691-693

Plants used by the tribe Kadar in Anamalai Hills of Tamil Nadu. Ethnobotany 6(1-2): 19-24

Plants used in Guatemala for the treatment of gastrointestinal disorders. 5. Vibriocidal activity of five American plants used to treat diarrhea. Fitoterapia 65(3): 273-274

Plants used in hepatoprotective remedies in traditional African medicine. Acta Horticulturae ( 332): 73-79

Plants with antimicrobial properties. Volume 1: antiviral and antibacterial properties. Plants with antimicrobial properties Volume 1: antiviral and antibacterial properties: 116 + 18 pp.

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Plasma B-endorphin profile during early, intermediate and late puerperium in Friesian dairy cows. Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal 29(58): 232-237

Plasma [H+] responses to exercise in horses fed a high-fat diet and given sodium bicarbonate. Journal of Nutrition 124(12 Suppl): 2736s-2737s

Plasma adrenaline concentration is lower in post-obese than in never-obese women in the basal state, in response to sham-feeding and after food intake. Clinical Science 87(1): 69-74

Plasma allantoin concentration and urinary purine derivatives to creatinine ratio are not sensitive estimator of microbial protein supply in calves. Animal Science & Technology 65(9): 822-825

Plasma aluminum concentrations in long-term mechanically ventilated patients receiving stress ulcer prophylaxis with sucralfate. Critical Care Medicine 22(11): 1769-1773

Plasma amino acid response to ingestion of L-amino acids and whole protein. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition 16(2): 143-150

Plasma amino acids changes in obese patients on very low-calorie diets. International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research. Internationale Zeitschrift für Vitamin- und Ernahrungsforschung. Journal International de Vitaminologie et de Nutrition 64(1): 81-85

Plasma amino acids in hyperphagic pups subjected to a glucose gavage. Revista Espanola de Fisiologia 50(2): 117-123

Plasma and fecal progestagen evaluations during and after the breeding season of the female vicuna (Vicuna vicuna). Theriogenology 43(3): 625-634

Plasma and lipoprotein lipid peroxidation in humans on sunflower and rapeseed oil diets. Lipids 30(6): 485-492

Plasma and synovial fluid kinetics, disposition, and urinary excretion of naproxen in horses. American Journal of Veterinary Research 56(8): 1075-1080

Plasma and tissue concentrations of itraconazole in racing pigeons (Columba livia domestica). Journal of Avian Medicine and Surgery 9(1): 32-35

Plasma and urinary catecholamines during the last 7 days in a case of fatal parathion poisoning. Klinische Wochenschrift 68(2): 96-100

Plasma and urine zinc and copper related to their supply by different milks and to growth. Trace elements in man and animals TEMA 8: Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium on Trace Elements in Man and Animals: 408-409

Plasma and whole blood taurine concentrations respond differently to taurine supplementation (humans) and depletion (cats). Zeitschrift fur Ernahrungswissenschaft 34(2): 137-142

Plasma and yolk cholesterol levels and their relationship to certain production traits in three lines of Japanese quail. Animal Science Papers & Reports 12(3-4): 139-145

Plasma arginine and citrulline kinetics in adults given adequate and arginine-free diets. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 90(16): 7749-7753

Plasma atrial natriuretic peptide in standardbred and Finnhorse trotters during and after exercise. Acta Physiologica Scandinavica 154(1): 51-58

Plasma caeruloplasmin and copper status in post parturient haemoglobinuria of buffaloes. Indian Journal of Veterinary Research 2(2): 27-29

Plasma carnitine levels in cystic fibrosis. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition 19(4): 421-424

Plasma characteristics as indicators of beef cattle susceptibility to horn flies. Arkansas Farm Research 42(5): 4-5

Plasma characteristics of beef cattle classified as resistant or susceptible to horn flies. Journal of Animal Science 72(4): 886-890

Plasma chloride and gill epithelial response of channel catfish to infection with Ichthyophthirius multifiliis. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health. September; 63: 187-196

Plasma cholesterol and other cardiac risk factors in adolescent girls. Archives of Disease in Childhood 73(5): 392-397

Plasma cholesterol concentrations in late pregnancy, postpartum and cord blood. Journal of the Chinese Nutrition Society 18(3/4): 175-182

Plasma cholesterol-predictive equations demonstrate that stearic acid is neutral and monounsaturated fatty acids are hypocholesterolemic. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 61(5): 1129-1139

Plasma concentration of certain trace minerals in normally cycling and anoestrous crossbred heifers. Indian Journal of Animal Health 31(2): 103-105

Plasma concentrations and tissue residues of bicozamycin given orally to pigs. Veterinary Research Communications 19(3): 215-220

Plasma concentrations of homocysteine and other aminothiol compounds are related to food intake in healthy human subjects. Journal of Nutrition 124(10): 1934-1941

Plasma concentrations of pralidoxime methylsulphate in organophosphorus poisoned patients. Archives of Toxicology 66(4): 260-266

Plasma concentrations of prolactin, glucose, insulin, urea nitrogen, and total amino acids in stallions after ingestion of feed or gastric administration of feed components. Journal of Animal Science 72(9): 2345-2353

Plasma concentrations of the enantiomers of halofantrine and its main metabolite in malaria patients. European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 46(6): 561-562

Plasma copper and zinc levels in cattle of the Avilena-Negra Iberica breed in distinct geographical areas. Proceedings 18th World Buiatrics Congress: 26th Congress of the Italian Association of Buiatrics, Bologna, Italy, August 29 September 2, 1994 Volume 2: 1297-1300

Plasma cortisol and white blood cell responses in different breeds of bulls: a comparison of two methods of castration. Journal of Animal Science 73(4): 975-980

Plasma cortisol as an indicator of stress due to capture and translocation in wildlife species. Veterinary Record 136(3): 60-63

Plasma cysteine and sulphate levels in patients with cirrhosis of the liver. Clinical Science 87(3): 357-362

Plasma disposal rate and hepatic alanine metabolism in pregnant and nonpregnant rabbits. Pediatric Research 37(6): 764-770

Plasma electrolyte pattern of children with protein energy malnutrition and children with prolonged diarrhoea. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics 41(1): 59-60

Plasma fatty acid composition as an indicator of habitual dietary fat intake in middle-aged adults. American journal of clinical nutrition 62(3): 564-571

Plasma fatty acids in neonates and their mothers. Anales Espanoles de Pediatria 40(5): 365-367

Plasma ferulenol concentration and activity of clotting factors in sheep with Ferula communis variety brevifolia intoxication. American Journal of Veterinary Research 55(11): 1564-1569

Plasma fibrinogen concentration, plasma and blood viscosity, filterability of red cells and red cell aggregation in patients with Plasmodium vivax. Mosquito Borne Diseases Bulletin 9(2): 39-46

Plasma fibrinogen in recognizing equine inflammatory disease. Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian 16(10): 1349-1356

Plasma fibrinogen response to inflammation in the horse. II. Clinical significance of inflammatory parameters in diseased horses. Suomen Elainlaakarilehti 101(5): 289-294