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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 2733

Chapter 2733 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Wheat genotypes against foot rot. Current Research University of Agricultural Sciences Bangalore 22(2): 33-34

Wheat gluten feed in diets for intensive bull beef production. Annales de Zootechnie (Paris) 44(1): 41-47

Wheat grain proteins: accumulation and composition in breeding for improved bread-making quality. Wheat grain proteins: accumulation and composition in breeding for improved bread making quality: 130 pp.

Wheat grain quality as related to the yield and growing conditions on slope soils. Soviet Agricultural Sciences ( 1): 12-15

Wheat growth from phosphorus fertilizers as affected by time and method of application in soil with an acidic subsurface layer. Fertilizer Research 39(1): 77-82

Wheat lines monogenic for resistance to stem rust from the wheat cultivar 'Waldron'. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 90(7-8): 1164-1168

Wheat loads and vertical pressure distribution in a full-scale bin. Part I. Filling. Transactions of the ASAE 37(5): 1613-1619

Wheat market shares in the presence of Japanese import quotas. Journal of Policy Modeling 17(3): 315-323

Wheat middlings for weaning, growing and finishing pigs. Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Zootecnia 21(5): 827-837

Wheat moisture determination by 1- to 110-MHz swept-frequency admittance measurements. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 94-6051): 14 pp.

Wheat phylogeny determined by RFLP analysis of nuclear DNA. 2. Wild tetraploid wheats. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 90(1): 129-134

Wheat production and technology in Michinoku district - from production to consumption. Tohoku Nogyo Shikenjo Kenkyu Shiryo = Miscellaneous Publication of the Tohoku National Agricultural Experiment Station ( 13): 158 pp.

Wheat production on raised beds on clayey and silt loam soils. Communications in Soil Science & Plant Analysis 26(3-4): 503-513

Wheat protoplast culture and fertile plant regeneration. Acta Agriculturae Sinica ( 2): 76-80

Wheat response to clipping and nitrogen fertilization. Alexandria Journal of Agricultural Research 38(3): 311-334

Wheat response to nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization under various environmental conditions of northern Syria. Fertilizer use efficiency under rain fed agriculture in West Asia and North Africa: proceedings of the fourth regional workshop, 5-10 May 1991, Agadir, Morocco: 92-105

Wheat response to supplementary irrigation in south-western France: I. Experimental response to pre-anthesis applications. Agricoltura Mediterranea 125(1): 51-63

Wheat response to supplementary irrigation in south-western France: II. A frequential approach using a simulation model. Agricoltura Mediterranea 125(1): 64-78

Wheat response to time of application of phosphorus fertilizer. Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Series 0(425): 49-51

Wheat response to water stress at different growth stages. 1. Effect on earing, maturity and plant height. Sarhad Journal of Agriculture 8(4): 405-411

Wheat responses to vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal inoculation of soils from eroded toposequence. Soil Science Society Of America Journal. 59(4): 1086-1090

Wheat root response to hydrogen ions and indole-acetic acid (IAA). Journal of Plant Nutrition 17(12): 2185-2188

Wheat rusts: an atlas of resistance genes. Wheat rusts: an atlas of resistance genes: viii + 200 pp.

Wheat seed endosperm utilization under heat stress and its relation to thermotolerance in the autotrophic plant. Field Crops Research 37(3): 185-191

Wheat stem sawfly (Hymenoptera: Cephidae) damage, rates of parasitism, and overwinter survival in resistant wheat lines. Journal of Economic Entomology 87(5): 1373-1376

Wheat storage proteins: glutenin diversity in wild emmer, Triticum dicoccoides, in Israel and Turkey. 2. DNA diversity detected by PCR. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 91(3): 409-414

Wheat straw management, variety selection and row spacing for double-cropped soybean production. Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Series 0(432): 24-29

Wheat streak mosaic virus-induced cytoplasmic expansion and membrane proliferation. Journal of Phytopathology 142(1): 79-87

Wheat tillage and water quality in the southern plains. Soil and Tillage Research 30(1): 33-48

Wheat transformation: methods and prospects. Plant Breeding Abstracts 65(6): 803-808

Wheat varietal identification by capillary electrophoresis of gliadins and high molecular weight glutenin subunits. Cereal Chemistry 71(5): 397-402

Wheat varieties: yields, susceptibility to diseases and grain sprouting, and other agronomic characteristics. Avance Agroindustrial 15(60): 25-28

Wheat variety WH533 is suitable for rainfed areas. Indian Farming 43(9): 3-4

Wheat yield loss in relation to density of armyworm (Mythimna separata) larvae and wheat development stage. Acta Agriculturae Shanghai 9(4): 64-68

Wheat-specific feed enzymes. Feed Compounder 15(1): 25-27

Wheat. Synthesis of varietal trials of bread and durum types 1993-1994. Terra e Sole 49(625): 413-423

Wheat/fallow systems in semi-arid regions of the Pacific NW America. Agricultural sustainability: economic, environmental and statistical considerations: 85-109

Wheat: background for 1995 farm legislation. Agricultural Economic Report Economic Research Service, US Department of Agriculture ( 712): iv + 46 pp.

Wheat: opportunities through exports. DLG Mitteilungen Agrar Inform 108(8): 54-55

Wheel traffic effects on corn growth. Transactions of the ASAE 38(3): 691-699

Whelping performance of females in the Sampo litter recording scheme in 1995. Finsk Palstidskrift 29(10): 253

Whelping performance of recorded females. Norsk Pelsdyrblad 69(10): 10-11

Whelping results in 1989-84. Dansk Pelsdyravl 57(10): 434-435

Whelping results in 1995. Finsk Palstidskrift 29(10): 252-253

Whelping results of females in the Sampo recording scheme in 1994. Finsk Palstidskrift 28(10): 215

When Wolbachia invades, insect sex lives get a new spin. BioScience 45(1): 4-6

When a woman is a man: inter- and intra-gender differences in tree tenure and planting in Rwanda. Agroforestry Today 7(2): 13-15

When and where could pheromone traps be used for monitoring lepidopterous pests? Examples of yearly variation in flight pattern and site-dependence in Hungary. Pesticide Science 45(3): 287-290

When are peripheral populations valuable for conservation?. Conservation Biology 9(4): 753-760

When credit is not due: a critical evaluation of donor NGO experiences with credit. Financial landscapes reconstructed: the fine art of mapping development: 157-175

When do property rights matter? Open access, informal social controls, and deforestation in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Human Organization 54(2): 187-194

When does milk production pay?. Neue Landwirtschaft ( 3): 60-62

When education for cooperation leads to development in cooperatives: a study of educational processes. CDR Working Papers ( 95.5): 33 pp.

When enough is enough: the worth of monitoring data in aquifer remediation design. Water Resources Research 30(12): 3499-3513

When figs wait for pollinators: the length of fig receptivity. American Journal of Botany 82(8): 992-999

When grazed by Tipula paludosa, Lolium perenne is a stronger competitor of Rumex obtusifolius. Journal of Ecology 81(4): 777-786

When great expectations reach their journey's end: accepting the limits of leisure provision for the unemployed. World Leisure and Recreation 36(4): 29-33

When ignorance is not bliss: secret inert pesticide ingredients. Journal of Pesticide Reform 12(3): 2-5

When insecticides fail: the case of the cotton bollworm in India. World Agriculture London: 39-42

When is a parasite no longer a parasite? The case of Sarcophyte sanguinea and exocarpic acid. South African Journal of Science 90(6): 359-361

When is double and multiple homogenisation useful?. European Dairy Magazine 7(2): 20-22

When is it worthwhile to set up a branch? (et seq). Gartenbau Magazin 3(6): 5...23

When island eyes aren't smiling. Communicable Diseases Intelligence 18(12): 286

When it rains, they soar - and that makes Culex nigripalpus a dangerous mosquito. American Entomologist 40(3): 162-167

When kids have trouble playing the game. Parks and Recreation Arlington 30(3): 58-62

When morphology misleads: interpopulation uniformity in sexual selection masks genetic divergence in harlequin beetle-riding pseudoscorpion populations. Evolution 48(4): 1168-1182

When robotic and information systems are combined. Producteur de Lait Quebecois 14(1): 32-34

When self-interest is self-defeating: the public goods experiment as a teaching tool. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 26(2): 580-590

When selling the present is completed, no future will remain: notes on changes in the rural culture. Realidad Economica ( 123): 109-133

When should land rights be formalized? Issues in the phasing of property system reforms. Agriculture in liberalizing economies: changing roles for governments: proceedings of the fourteenth Agricultural Sector Symposium: 81-104

When structural adjustment proceeds as prescribed: agricultural sector reforms in Albania. Food Policy 19(6): 557-560

When to start supplementary feeding of piglets. Zootekhniya ( 3): 19-21

When to use bumble bees for pollination. Informatore Agrario 50(4): 71-74

Whence and whither banana research and development?. Proceedings of the workshop on biotechnology applications for banana and plantain improvement held in San Jose, Costa Rica, 27-31 January 1992: 12-26

Whence and whither in farm management risk research and extension delivery?. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 43(1): 1-14

Whence international agricultural research?. Food policy 19(6): 561-567

Where are agricultural economists going?. Rivista di Politica Agraria, Rassegna della Agricoltura Italiana 12(4): 27-33

Where are the resting places of Anopheles aquasalis males?. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 88(3): 501-502

Where are the women? A profile of WA local government recreation workers of the '90s. Australian Parks and Recreation 31(2): 27-31

Where are we now with bST?. Proceedings of the 31st Annual Florida Dairy Production Conference, University of Florida, Gainesville, USA, 12-13 April, 1994: 27-39

Where comfort comes first. Farming Business ( 20): 28

Where do Queenslanders get nutrition information?. Australian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics 52(2): 94-99

Where is Romanian agriculture heading? Small peasant farms and family enterprises. Falu 9(1): 13-22

Where is the journey to? Tourism - indicator of the social position of the nation from yesterday to tomorrow. Amusement Technologie and Management 25(96): 48-51

Where is the most important and efficient site for absorption and translocation of cations in excised barley roots?. Soil Science & Plant Nutrition 39(2): 299-307

Where the milk quotas are now moving to. DLG Mitteilungen Agrar Inform 108(8): 20-22

Where the shoe hurts: the ecological impacts of tourism. Cultural tourism: papers presented at The Robert Gordon University Heritage Convention 1994: 179-197

Where there's smoke. Garden London 120(7): 402-405

Whether to go and where to go: identification of important influences on seniors' decisions to travel. Journal of Travel Research 33(3): 3-10

Whey - a byproduct or a source of valuable milk constituents. DMZ, Lebensmittelindustrie und Milchwirtschaft 116(3): 124-129

Whey - its uses. Producteur de Lait Quebecois 13(9): 34-36

Whey ahead. Dairy Field 178(3): 52

Whey ahead syrup. Kennedy' s Confection 1(7-8): 49, 51

Whey inoculum for Provolone: dominant species and their activity. Latte 17(11): 1057-1058

Whey permeate as a growth medium for Pleurotus ostreatus and Lentinus edodes. Letters in Applied Microbiology 19(5): 391-393

Whey pretreatments before ultrafiltration. Agricultural Science in Finland 3(5): 473-479

Whey processing and products - part 1. Dairy Industries International 59(12): 16-17

Whey processing and products - part two. Dairy Industries International 60(1): 21-22

Whey products. Molochnaya Promyshlennost' ( 2): 5-6

Whey protein antigenicity reduction by fungal proteinases and a pepsin/pancreatin combination. Journal of Food Science 60(1): 104-110, 116

Whey protein concentrates in the manufacture of infant products. Molochnaya Promyshlennost' ( 2): 7-8

Whey protein texturiser. Food Technology International, Europe: 39-40

Whey proteins as a food supplement in HIV-seropositive individuals. Clinical and Investigative Medicine. Medecine Clinique et Experimentale 16(3): 204-209

Whey proteins extraction by fluidized ion exchange chromatography: isotherms determination and process modelling. Food and Bioproducts Processing 72(C4): 216-226

Whey syneresis of milk enriched with different retentate powders. Milchwissenschaft 50(2): 71-75

Whey syrups as sugar substitutes. Molochnaya Promyshlennost' ( 2): 8-10

Whey utilization for L-asparaginase production from Erwinia aroideae NRRL B-138 in pilot-plant. Arquivos de Biologia e Tecnologia 36(3): 525-534

Whey utilization for the manufacture of ready to serve soups. Indian Journal of Dairy Science 47(6): 501-504

Which anthropometric indices of regional adiposity are related to the insulin resistance of aging?. International Journal of Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders 19(5): 325-330

Which are our export successes?. Producteur de Lait Quebecois 13(2): 10-11

Which fatty acids? University of Sydney Nutrition Research Foundation, Annual Symposium. Food Australia 47(3): S1-S32

Which floor to choose?. Production Laitiere Moderne ( 241): 76-79

Which formula in cow's milk protein intolerance? The dietitian's dilemma. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 49 Suppl 1: S56-S63

Which milk is preferred for drinking?. Schweizerische Milchzeitung 121(27): 1, 9

Which nematodes are injurious in vegetables grown under glass?. Gartenbau Magazin 3(5): 14-15

Which nematodes occur in medicinal and spice plants?. Gartenbau Magazin 3(5): 20-21

Which rate of Hicane to apply to kiwifruit?. Orchardist of New Zealand 68(5): 42, 44-45

Which sowing method is best for winter crops?. Zemledelie ( 4): 23-24

Which way to treat obesity? Emotional, eating and behavioural issues in dieting. Journal of Human Nutrition & Dietetics 8(2): 105-118

Whipped (patisserie) cream and process for manufacturing it. European Patent Application (EP 0 631 730 A2): 7 pp.

Whipping/whipped cream. Dairy Industries International 60(10): 20-21

Whipworm (Trichuris dipodomys) infection in kangaroo rats (Dipodomys spp.): effects on digestive efficiency. Great Basin Naturalist 55(1): 74-77

White Rocks Road Immigrant forage kochia trial seedings. Rangelands 16(4): 167-168

White apple leafhopper (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) effect on fruit size, quality, and return bloom of apple. Journal of Economic Entomology 88(4): 973-978

White clover (Trifolium repens L.) for low input pastoral farming systems. Proceedings of the XVI International Grassland Congress, 4-11 October 1989, Nice, France: 107-108

White clover growth and morphology in dairy pasture in the Waikato region of northern New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 37(4): 487-494

White clover growth and morphology under contrasting cutting regimes. Crop Science 35(4): 1100-1103

White clover leys. Effects of nitrogen fertilizer and cutting intensity. Vaxtodling Institutionen for Vaxtodlingslara, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet ( 51): 23 pp.

White clover morphology and physiology in response to defoliation interval. Crop science 35(1): 264-269

White clover plant morphology in Waikato dairy pastures. Proceedings of the New Zealand Grassland Association 55: 147-150

White clover under grazing conditions: morphology and growth. REUR Technical Series FAO Regional Office for Europe ( 29): 24-29

White clover varieties under trial. Agrarforschung 2(4): 133-135

White grub, Rhinyptia meridionous Arrow (Scarabaeidae: Coleoptera). A serious pest of ramie, Boehmeria nivea Guad. Environment and Ecology 13(1): 245-246

White lupin utilizes soil phosphorus that is unavailable to soybean. Plant & Soil 176(1): 95-100

White lupins (Lupinus albus L.) and enzyme supplements for layers. Archiv fur Geflugelkunde 59(3): 186-189

White piedra and Trichosporon species in equatorial Africa. III. Identification of Trichosporon species by slide agglutination test. Mycoses 37(7-8): 261-264

White pine and climate change: insights from the past. Journal of Forestry 93(7): 39-42

White pine blister rust at Mountain Home Demonstration State Forest: a case study of the epidemic and prospects for genetic control. Research Paper Pacific Southwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( PSW-204): ii + 7 pp.

White pine management and conservation in Algonquin Park. Forestry chronicle 70(4): 435-441

White pine management in the Ottawa River area of Quebec. Forestry Chronicle 70(4): 437-441

White pine/red pine workshop - a growing future. Forestry Chronicle 70(4): 368-442

White pupa: a Ceratitis capitata mutant lacking catecholamines for tanning the puparium. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 25(3): 365-373

White rust infection and leaf chlorosis in relation to crop strategies in spinach. Environmental & Experimental Botany 34(4): 363-370

White rust of sunflower. Phytoma ( 471): 43-45

White sheep breeds. Dala. Farskotsel 75(7-8): 17

White sheep breeds. Dorset Horn and Poll Dorset. Farskotsel 75(7-8): 14

White sheep breeds. Shropshire. Farskotsel 75(7-8): 13

White sheep breeds. Suffolk. Farskotsel 75(7-8): 12

White sheep breeds. Texel. Farskotsel 75(7-8): 18-19

White spruce establishment: initial fertilization, weed control, and irrigation evaluation after three decades. New Forests 9(2): 123-133

White spruce site index in relation to soil, understory vegetation, and foliar nutrients. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 25(1): 29-38

White sugar quality improvement in China. International Sugar Journal 97(1158): 272-274

White tuna canning, total fat, and fatty acid changes during processing and storage. Journal of Food Composition & Analysis 7(1-2): 119-130

White-fly epidemic in Holoptelea integrifolia forest in Kanpur Zoological Park, Uttar Pradesh. Indian Forester 121(1): 55-58

White-mold avoidance and agronomic attributes of upright common beans grown at multiple planting densities in narrow rows. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 120(5): 843-847

White-tailed deer browsing: species preferences and implications for central Illinois forests. Natural Areas Journal. July; 123: 139-144

Whitebacked planthopper feeding on rice seedlins treated with uniconazole. International Rice Research Notes 19(3): 29

Whitebeam (Sorbus aria) as a nature reserve tree on poor soils. Arboricultural Journal 16(2): 99-102

Whiteflies other than Bemisia tabaci as vectors of plant viruses. Arab Journal of Plant Protection 12(2): 126-121

Whitefly populations in greenhouse cantaloup as affected by poultry manure and inorganic nitrogen fertilizer application. Biological Agriculture & Horticulture 12(3): 277-281

Whitefly species in Jordan. Arab Journal of Plant Protection 12(1): 30-32

Whitefly-borne viruses and virus epidemiology in western USA. Plant Pathology Bulletin 2(4): 187-194

Whitening, thallus decay and fragmentation in Gracilaria chilensis associated with an endophytic amoeba. Journal of Applied Phycology. august; 74: 421-425

Whither Sarawak tourism?. Sarawak Gazette 121(1530): 23-24

Whither agricultural economics: a look ahead to the twenty first century. Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics 62(3): 415-422

Whither community development in rural Ireland?. Economic futures on the North Atlantic margin: selected contributions to the Twelfth International Seminar on Marginal Regions: 347-364

Whither wild bees?. Bee World 76(3): 154-157

Whither wood science in India?. Wood News 1(1): 11-13

Who are the farmers of Dar es Salaam?. Cities feeding people: an examination of urban agriculture in East Africa [Egziabher, A G; Lee Smith, D; Maxwell, D G; Memon, P A; Mougeot, L J A; Sawio, C J]: 25-46

Who borrows? Who lends? Changing structure of informal credit in rural Haryana. Economic and Political Weekly 30(39): A-123-A-132

Who cares about water?. Waterlines 13(3): 11-13

Who cares for solitary bees ?. Forage for bees in an agricultural landscape: 47-56

Who complied with COMA 1984 dietary fat recommendations among a nationally representative sample of British adults in 1986-7 and what did they eat?. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 49(10): 718-728

Who consumes the heritage product? Implications for European heritage tourism. Building a new heritage: tourism, culture and identity in the New Europe: 90-116

Who gets how much from PDS: how effectively does it reach the poor. Sarvekshana 17(3): 1-34

Who gets primary schooling in Pakistan: inequalities among and within families. Pakistan Development Review 33(2): 103-134

Who has it best? Women's labor force participation, perceptions of leisure and constraints to enjoyment of leisure. Journal of Leisure Research 27(1): 4-24

Who is a 'co-heir' under para. 4, 12 and 13 of the Farm Regulation?. Agrarrecht 25(6): 198-201

Who is most vulnerable to macroeconomic shocks? hypotheses tests using panel data from Peru. Living Standards Measurement Study Working Paper ( 117): xi + 34 pp.

Who is publishing in Theriogenology and on what subjects?. Theriogenology 2(5): 727-737

Who is writing our forest history?. Forst und Holz 48(5): 120-122

Who owns rice and beans?. BioScience 45(7): 440-444

Who owns whom in the European travel trade. Travel and Tourism Analyst 3: 73-92

Who pays for land care?. Commodity markets and natural resources Proceedings of the National Agricultural and Resources Outlook Conference, Canberra, 7-9 February 1995: 157-197

Who pays for what, when and why?. Sportwissenschaft 25(1): 75-89

Who should choose? Community participation in prioritising road network rehabilitation. PLA Notes International Institute for Environment and Development ( 23): 20-25

Who should manage the High Plains aquifer? The irrigators' perspective. Water Resources Bulletin 31(4): 715-727

Who should own the range? New thinking on pastoral resource tenure in drylands Africa. Pastoral Land Tenure Series Drylands Programme, International Institute for Environment and Development ( 3): 34 pp.

Who should run the west?. Economist London 337(7939): 67-69

Who should undergo a very low energy diet?. Clinical Investigator 71(12): 963-971

Who speaks for whom? outsiders re-present women pioneers of the forests of Mexico. Power and participatory development: theory and practice: 95-104

Who supports the arts?. Leisure Manager 12(12): 24-26

Who takes the credit? Gender, power, and control over loan use in rural credit programmes in Bangladesh. Working Paper Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex ( 8): 34 pp.

Who uses nutrition labeling, and what effects does label use have on diet quality?. Journal of nutrition education 27(4): 163-172

Who wants to be in agribusiness? An evaluation of the applicants to an agricultural business degree. Australasian Agribusiness Review 2(2): 31-38

Who was Herschel?. Canadian Entomologist 126(3): 543-548

Who will cultivate the land in East Germany? The distribution struggle is becoming harder. Neue Landwirtschaft ( 3): 12-13

Whole body and splanchnic leucine, phenylalanine, and glucose kinetics during endotoxemia in humans. American Journal of Physiology 266(2 Pt 2): R419-R425

Whole body energy expenditure and fuel oxidation after 2,5-anhydro-D-mannitol administration. American Journal of Physiology 268(1 Pt 2): R299-R302

Whole body protein synthesis in healthy adult humans: 13CO2 technique vs. plasma precursor approach. American Journal of Physiology 268(1 Pt 1): E174-E184

Whole body protein turnover and resting energy expenditure in prepubertal obese children. Aguilera, J F [Editor] EAAP Publication; Energy metabolism of farm animals 277-280

Whole body protein turnover in chronically undernourished individuals. Clinical Science 86(4): 441-446

Whole embryo culture and the study of postimplantation mammalian development. Development Growth & Differentiation 37(2): 123-132

Whole farm economic analysis of East Coast fever immunization strategies in Kilifi District, Kenya. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 21(3): 215-235

Whole farm economic evaluation of East Coast fever immunization strategies on farms in the Uasin Gishu district of Kenya. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 12(1): 19-33

Whole maize plants in diets for pigs? Influence of three carbohydrases on the utilization of the nutrients. Wirtschaftseigene Futter 40(2-3): 180-186

Whole plant responses to soil compaction. 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 727-731

Whole regolith pedology: proceedings of a symposium, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 3 Nov. 1992. Whole regolith pedology: proceedings of a symposium, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 3 Nov 1992: xvii + 136 pp.

Whole rice bran as a source of phosphorus in diets for broiler chickens. 1. Performance and productivity. Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Zootecnia 23(1): 73-84

Whole shoot hydraulic resistance in Quercus species measured with a new high-pressure flowmeter. Annales des Sciences Forestieres (Paris) 50(5): 417-423

Whole stand yield and density equations for fourteen forest types in Minnesota. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 10(2): 75-85

Whole-blood platelet aggregation, buccal mucosa bleeding time, and serum cephalothin concentration in dogs receiving a presurgical antibiotic protocol. American Journal of Veterinary Research 55(11): 1602-1607

Whole-body energy metabolism and skeletal muscle biochemical characteristics. Metabolism Clinical & Experimental 43(4): 481-486

Whole-body protein turnover and hepatic protein synthesis are increased by vaccination in man. Clinical Science 89(4): 389-396

Whole-body protein turnover from leucine kinetics and the response to nutrition in human immunodeficiency virus infection. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 61(4): 818-826

Whole-body protein turnover in obese subjects during two very low energy diets of differing amino acid composition. International Journal of Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders 19(10): 739-748

Whole-body protein turnover in response to hyperinsulinemia in humans postabsorptively with [15N]glycine as tracer. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 61(5): 1062-1066

Whole-cell hydridization of Frankia strains with fluorescence- or digoxigenin-labelled, 16S rRNA-targeted oligonuclide probes. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 59(6): 1709-1716

Whole-plant growth and leaf formation in ozonated hybrid poplar (Populus x euramericana). Environmental Pollution 81(3): 207-212

Whole-plant photosynthetic rates of cotton under nitrogen stress. Proceedings, Beltwide Cotton Conferences, 10-14 January 1993, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA: 1256-1258

Whole-root iron(III)-reductase activity throughout the life cycle of iron-grown Pisum sativum L. (Fabaceae): relevance to the iron nutrition of developing seeds. Planta 197(1): 111-117

Wholesale market and agricultural development in the tribal areas. Indian Journal of Agricultural Marketing (Special Issue): 105-113

Wholesalers: partners of RHF. Revue Laitiere Francaise ( 542): 20-24

Wholesomeness of irradiated foods. Food Technology Chicago 48(5): 132-140

Whose Eden? An overview of community approaches to wildlife management. Whose Eden? An overview of community approaches to wildlife management: xv + 124 pp.

Whose Eden? Empowering local communities to manage their wildlife resources. IIED Perspectives ( 13): 3-5

Whose heritage? Global problem, European nightmare. Building a new heritage: tourism, culture and identity in the New Europe: 123-134

Why Nigeria's rural areas stay underdeveloped: theoretical and empirical considerations. Quarterly Journal of Administration 26(3/4): 53-61

Why Olympic athletes should avoid the use and seek the elimination of performance-enhancing substances and practices from the Olympic Games. Journal of the Philosophy of Sport 20/21: 64-81

Why VWL fails - a peoples opinion survey on social forestry woodlot plantation. Indian Journal of Forestry 17(1): 1-9

Why a world reference base for soil resources?. 15th World Congress of Soil Science, Acapulco, Mexico, 10-16, July, 1994 Transactions, Volume 6a: Commission V: symposia: 803

Why and what for the leaves are yellow in autumn? On the interpretation of optical spectra of senescing leaves (Acer platanoides L.). Journal of Plant Physiology 145(3): 315-320

Why are Caesalpinioideae so important for monkeys in hydromorphic rainforests of the Zaire basin?. Advances in legume systematics Part 5: the nitrogen factor: 189-204

Why are bonsai leaves small?. Arnoldia Boston 53(1): 19-23

Why are so many inactive? Sport passivity among young adults. Magglingen 52(5): 8-11

Why are there so few aphid species in the temperate areas of the southern hemisphere?. European Journal of Entomology 91(1): 127-133

Why breast feed?. Indian Pediatrics 30(6): 841-851

Why calving date and compact calving are so important to profitable dairying. Irish Grassland and Animal Production Association Journal 28: 3-8

Why compare, with the help of echography, the morbidity of hepatosplenic schistosomiasis in six African countries? Presentation of a WHO project that includes Madagascar. Archives de l' Institut Pasteur de Madagascar 61(1): 37-42

Why do adolescents eat low nutrient snacks between meals? An analysis of behavioral determinants with the Fishbein and Ajzen model. Nutrition and Health 10(1): 33-47

Why do the agro-food industries need a technological policy?. Serie IAA Document de Travail ( 93.01): 24 pp.

Why do we need a new NRC data base?. Animal Feed Science & Technology 53(2): 99-107

Why does a branch suffer more after branch-wide than after tree-wide defoliation?. Oikos 71(3): 441-450

Why entomological antimalaria research should not focus on transgenic mosquitoes. Parasitology Today 10(10): 374-376

Why farmers become composters. BioCycle 35(11): 58-62

Why is pesticide use decreasing in Swedish agriculture?. Vaxtskyddsnotiser 58(1): 15-20

Why is the strength of relationships between pairs of methods for estimating soil microbial biomass often so variable?. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 27(6): 821-828

Why is there so much genetic variation for wing dimorphism?. Researches on Population Ecology (Kyoto) 36(2): 145-150

Why milking machines need to be maintained. Chevre ( 198): 13-14

Why not a tetraploid meadow fescue?. Revue Suisse d' Agriculture 25(4): 211-213

Why nutrition and hydration should not be withheld from patients. Chest 104(6): 1892-1896

Why pea aphids (Acyrthosiphon pisum) lacking symbiotic bacteria have elevated levels of the amino acid glutamine. Journal of Insect Physiology 41(11): 921-927

Why pollinators visit only a fraction of the open flowers on a plant: the plant's point of view. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. July; 84: 439-453

Why posterity matters: environmental policies and future generations. Why posterity matters: environmental policies and future generations: viii + 161 pp.

Why school meals are high in fat and some suggested solutions. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 61(1 Suppl): 245s-246s

Why search time to find a food-storer bee accurately indicates the relative rates of nectar collecting and nectar processing in honey bee colonies. Animal behaviour 47(2): 311-316

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Wings of the butterfly Precis coenia synthesize dopamine melanin by selective enzyme activity of dopadecarboxylase. Naturwissenschaften 81(1): 36-38

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Winter air-blast sprayer applications of benomyl for reduction of Eutypa dieback disease incidence in a Concord grape vineyard in Michigan. Plant disease 79(4): 399-402

Winter and early spring losses of nitrogen following late fall application of hog manure. Canadian Agricultural Engineering 37(2): 73-79

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Winter desiccation of seedlings in a managed NZ black beech (Nothofagus solandri) forest - and its potential solution. New Zealand Forestry 39(4): 38

Winter effects on hydraulic conductivity of compacted clay. Journal of Geotechnical Engineering 121(1): 69-79

Winter feeding of dairy ewes: advantage of grouping. Productions Animales 8(1): 19-28

Winter field trials of enrofloxacin for the control of Aeromonas salmonicida infection in salmonids. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 26(3): 307-314

Winter forages and diets of elk in old-growth and regenerating coniferous forests in western Washington. American Midland Naturalist 130(2): 299-313

Winter forcing of potato onions (Allium cepa L. var. ascalonicum G. Don.). Gartenbauwissenschaft 58(6): 260-265

Winter freezes of fruit trees in the Okanagan Valley, British Columbia: relationship with the Pacific North America teleconnection and the El Nino/Southern Oscillation. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 74(4): 841-846

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Winter habitat use by large ungulates following fire in northern Yellowstone National Park. Ecological Applications 5(3): 744-755

Winter habitat use by mule deer in the central interior of British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Zoology 72(10): 1721-1725

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Winter hardiness of winter wheat in the central chernozem zone. Zemledelie ( 6): 19-21

Winter injuries to Norway spruce observed in plantations and in a seed orchard. Report SkogForsk ( 6): 22 pp.

Winter logging and erosion in a ponderosa pine forest in northeastern Oregon. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 8(1): 19-23

Winter management of grass grub (Costelytra zealandica (White)). New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 37(4): 553-558

Winter microclimate of goldenrod spherical galls and its effects on the gall inhabitant Eurosta solidaginis (Diptera: Tephritidae). Journal of Thermal Biology 18(3): 125-130

Winter mortality and spring emergence of corn stalkborers (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in subtropical Mexico. Journal of Economic Entomology 88(3): 628-634

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Winter nutrient content and deer use of Gambel oak twigs in north central Utah. Great Basin Naturalist, 524: 293-299

Winter nutrition, food resources and trophic effect of European bison on forest phytocoenoses in the Central Caucasus. Byulleten' Moskovskogo Obshchestva Ispytatelei Prirody, Biologicheskii 97(2): 26-35

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Winter photosynthesis of red spruce from three Vermont seed sources. Tree Physiology 15(5): 345-350

Winter populations of Douglas' squirrels in different-aged Douglas-fir forests. Journal of Wildlife Management, 544: 577-581

Winter production of prickly pear (Opuntia ficus-indica var Atlixco), under microtunnels using 2 types of plastic cover; in Xaloztoc, Tlax., Mex. Revista Chapingo Serie Horticultura 1(2): 153-156

Winter segregation by the sexes of white-tailed deer. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 8(1): 28-33

Winter sowings produce 1-0 sugar pine planting stock in the Sierra Nevada. Research Paper Pacific Southwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( PSW-RP-219): ii + 10 pp.

Winter supplementary feeding of beef cattle. Journal of the Zimbabwe Society for Animal Production 5: 7-13

Winter survival of Dictyocaulus viviparus in the Netherlands. Helminthologia (Bratislava) 31(1-2): 9-15

Winter swede rape: official variety list for sowing 1993. Landwirtschaft Schweiz 6(7): 430

Winter triticale in trials and in production. Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczej w Szczecinie, Rolnictwo 58: 119-123

Winter wheat (Triticum aestivum) yield response to winter annual broadleaf weed control. Weed Technology 9(3): 594-598

Winter wheat and winter rye cover crops for the establishment of sugarbeets. Journal of Sugar Beet Research 29(1-2): 23-30

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Winter wheat for green and whole crop. Leys of autumn sown ryegrass or a spring sown clover grass mixture. SP Rapport ( 12): 23 pp.

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Winter wheat growth and nitrogen demand in south coastal British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 74(4): 443-451

Winter wheat performance in various cropping systems in southern Alberta. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 74(1): 79-86

Winter wheat yield and profitability from Dividend and Vitavax seed treatments. Journal of Production Agriculture 8(3): 350-354

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Winter-depression of photosynthesis in tea plants with special reference to cultivar and leaf age. Japanese Journal of Crop Science 63(2): 240-246

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Wintertime CO2 emission from soils of northeastern Siberia. Arctic 46(3): 197-204

Wire netting or earth floors for foxes?. Finsk Palstidskrift 29(8-9): 206-209

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With Pax a new era begins. Fruitteelt Den Haag 85(7): 12-13

With a little help from our friends: the Gouzda case of local resource management in Cameroon. Local resource management in Africa: 147-160

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With breeding against the cornborer? In Europe a considerable backlog demand remains. Mais ( 2): 56-58

With broadax and firebrand: the destruction of the Brazilian Atlantic forest. With broadax and firebrand: the destruction of the Brazilian Atlantic forest: xx + 482 pp.

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Withanolides of Datura fastuosa leaves. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 34(3): 868-870

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Withdrawal resistance of nails from juvenile wood of Scots pine. Sylwan 137(9): 31-36

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Wood adhesives based on tannin extracts from barks of some pine and spruce species. Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 52(5): 307-310

Wood anatomical studies of cloned spruce trees fumigated with sulphur dioxide. IAWA Journal 16(3): 299-309

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Wood and bark anatomy of Ranunculaceae (including Hydrastis) and Glaucidiaceae. Aliso 14(2): 65-84

Wood and bark anatomy of the African species of Gnetum. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 118(2): 123-137

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Wood and tree fungi: biology, damage, prevention, uses. Holz und Baumpilze: Biologie, Schaden, Schutz, Nutzen: ix + 246 pp.

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Wood as a raw material for pulp and paper in India. Wood News 1(4): 17-20

Wood as an energy resource in Norway. Norwegian Journal of Agricultural Sciences ( 18, Supplement): 5-7

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Wood protection against secondary pests with new insecticides. Prace Instytutu Badawczego Lesnictwa ( 738/745): 121-126

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Wood quality of plantation Eucalyptus. Bois et Forets des Tropiques ( 245): 101-117

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Wood raw material: strategy from deficit to surplus. Wood News 4(4): 21-25

Wood rays as disguised I-bars within an alternative mechanical wood model. Allgemeine Forst und Jagdzeitung 165(10/11): 197-201

Wood recycling at municipal centers. BioCycle 36(10): 38-39

Wood remanufacturing: growth trends and selected characteristics identify opportunities. Forest Products Journal 43(6): 29-34

Wood rotting fungi: Fomes fomentarius (L.: Fr.) Fr. Hoof or tinder fungus. Mycologist 8(1): 32-34

Wood softening and bending with ammonia. Wood News 5(1): 29-31

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Wood surface stabilization with polyethyleneglycol, PEG. Wood science and technology 29(2): 109-119

Wood utilisation - problems and possibilities. Wood News 1(2): 1718

Wood utilization of native and exotic species for producing of Kraft pulp. Acta Amazonica 20(1): 257-270

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Wood-anatomical evidence of pollarding in ash stems from the Valais, Switzerland. Dendrochronologia ( 11): 35-43

Wood-based boards - response to attack by mould and stain fungi. Wood based boards response to attack by mould and stain fungi: 32 pp.

Wood-decay basidiomycetes from the state of Bolivar in southeastern Venezuela. Mycotaxon 53(0): 377-389

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Wood-inorganic composites prepared by sol-gel process IV. Effects of chemical bonds between wood and inorganic substances on property enhancement. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 40(10): 1100-1106

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Woodfuel and deforestation - answers for a sustainable environment. Journal of Environmental Management 37(1): 51-62

Woodfuel energy supply to rural India: institutional constraints. Woodfuel energy supply to rural India: institutional constraints: viii + 115 pp.

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Woodworking industrial safety. Proceedings of the workshop on woodworking industrial safety, 24 August - 11 September 1987, Kotka, Finland. FTP Publications: Forest Industries ( 22): 268 pp.

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Woody biomass production systems for Florida. Biomass and Bioenergy 5(1): 23-34

Woody chenopods useful for rangeland reclamation in western North America. General Technical Report Intermountain Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( INT-313): 374-378

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Woody landscape plant cold-hardiness ratings: Lyle E. Littlefield ornamentals trial garden, University of Maine, Orono. Technical Bulletin Maine Agricultural Experiment Station ( 156): 40 pp.

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Woody plants for amenity planting in industrial zones. Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada ( 165): 20-26

Woody plants in agro-ecosystems of semi-arid regions: with an emphasis on the Sahelian countries. Woody plants in agro ecosystems of semi arid regions: with an emphasis on the Sahelian countries: xiv + 340 pp.

Woody plants of Hill Forest. An annotated checklist, containing notes on the occurrence of trees, shrubs, and woody vines at Hill Demonstration Forest, Durham County, NC. Technical Report College of Forest Resources, North Carolina State University ( 68): ii + 75 pp.

Woody plants of the towns in the brown-coal area near Moscow. Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada ( 165): 7-11

Woody plants on flooded soils. Lesovedenie (6): 64-72

Woody protruberances on some clementine cultivars in Corsica. Fruits Paris 47(Numero Special Agrumes): 181-183

Woody species of popular use in the northern Chaco. KA' AGUY, Revista Forestal del Paraguay 10(1): 14-19

Woody species of the Sierra de los Cuchumatanes and the Volcanic Chain, Guatemala. Acta Botanica Mexicana ( 29): 83-92

Woody tissue maintenance respiration of four conifers in contrasting climates. Oecologia (Berlin) 101(2): 133-140

Woody tissue respiration in stems of Pinus densiflora naturally infected with the pine wood nematode, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 76(2): 138-143

Woody vegetation control on utility rights-of-way in eastern Kansas. I. Management techniques. Journal of Arboriculture 20(5): 282-286

Woody-tissue respiration for Simarouba amara and Minquartia guianensis, two tropical wet forest trees with different growth habits. Oecologia (Berlin) 100(3): 213-220

Wool characteristics of Romanov x Targhee crossbred ewes in comparison to Finn x Targhee crossbred ewes. Sheep and Goat Research Journal 10(2): 120-123

Wool characteristics of fine-wool sheep in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, China. Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production 54(0): 167-171

Wool international - one year on. Wool and Woollens of India 31(4): 11-13

Wool keratin gene polymorphism and production characters in Australian Merinos. Proceedings, 5th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 7-12 August 1994 Volume 21 Gene mapping; polymorphisms; disease genetic markers; marker assisted selection; gene expression; transgenes; non conventional animal products; conservation genetics; conservation of domestic animal genetic resources: 113-116

Wool production and quality. Farskotsel 74(12): 5-6

Wool tops as a selling option. Wool Technology and Sheep Breeding 43(2): 111-123

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