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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 2770

Chapter 2770 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Browning reactions during the extrusion-cooking of peas, faba beans and rapeseed. Biuletyn Naukowy Przemysu Paszowego 35(1): 15-28

Browse intake rates by bushbuck (Tragelaphus scriptus) and boergoats (Capra hircus). African Journal of Ecology. June; 352: 146-155

Browse pressure, forest regeneration and game-damage prevention. AFZ/Der Wald, Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift fur Waldwirtschaft und Umweltvorsorge 51(4): 207-208

Browse production and leaf phenology of some trees and shrubs in different Colophospermum mopane savanna communities. African Journal of Range & Forage Science 13(1): 15-23

Browse trees of north Cameroon. I. Inventory and phenology. Revue d' Elevage et de Medecine Veterinaire des Pays Tropicaux 48(2): 213-219

Browsing ability and utilization by sheep and goats of Atriplex halimus L. shrubs. Small Ruminant Research 19(2): 131-136

Browsing and tree size influences on Ashe juniper understory. Journal of range management 50(5): 507-512

Browsing by native ungulates: effects on shrub and seed production in the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem. General Technical Report Intermountain Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( INT-GTR-315): 310-320

Browsing deterrent and phytotoxic effects of roe deer repellents on Pinus sylvestris and Picea abies seedlings. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 11(2): 145-152

Browsing on woody plants and the living conditions of cervid populations. Botev, N [Editor] Proceedings of the International Union of Game Biologists : 239-244

Brucella abortus differs in the multiplication within bovine chorioallantoic membrane explants from early and late gestation. Comparative Immunology Microbiology & Infectious Diseases 19(1): 55-63

Brucella abortus siderophore 2,3-dihydroxybenzoic acid protects brucellae from killing by macrophages. Veterinary Research 28(1): 87-92

Brucella abortus strain 2308 putative glucose and galactose transporter gene: cloning and characterization. Microbiology 143: 1549-1555

Brucella abortus strain RB51 as a calfhood vaccine in bison or adult vaccine in pregnant cattle. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the United States Animal Health Association 100: 71-73

Brucella canis infection: diagnostic methods and reagents. Journal of the Pasteur Institute Romania 3: 62-64

Brucella melitensis biotype 1 outbreak in goats in northern KwaZulu-Natal. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 67(1): 2-2

Brucella melitensis osteitis following craniotomy in a patient with AIDS. Clinical Infectious Diseases 24(5): 1012-1012

Brucella ovis antibodies: immunoenzymatic technique identification and quantification. Journal of the Pasteur Institute Romania 3: 72-76

Brucella species infection in North Sea and cetacean populations. Veterinary Record 138(26): 647-648

Brucella suis biovar 1 in naturally infected cattle: a bacteriological, serological, and histological study. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 9(4): 417-420

Brucella suis biovar 2 infection in hares in Italy. Selezione Veterinaria 36(11/12): 953-958

Brucella-Salmonella lipopolysaccharide chimeras are less permeable to hydrophobic probes and more sensitive to cationic peptides and EDTA than are their native Brucella sp. counterparts. Journal of Bacteriology 178(20): 5867-5876

Brucellosis as an occupational hazard in 1992-1993. Medycyna Weterynaryjna 51(8): 470-471

Brucellosis in France from 1990 to 1994. Bulletin Epidemiologique Hebdomadaire ( 34): 146-147

Brucellosis in Germany. Bundesgesundheitsblatt 40(2): 50-51, 53-54

Brucellosis in fish. Veterinarni Medicina 42(1): 5-7

Brucellosis in normally slaughtered cattle and buffaloes. Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal 36(71): 97-102

Brucellosis: keys to its eradication. Campo y Tecnologia 4(19): 19-23

Bruchid beetles and palm seeds: recorded relationships. Principes. January; 391: 25-35

Bruchid infestation of leguminous trees in the Thar Desert. Tropical Science 36(1): 11-13

Bruchid resistance of common bean lines having an altered seed protein composition. Theoretical & Applied Genetics 95(5-6): 1018-1023, Oct

Bruchidae (Coleoptera) of the Bukk National Park. The fauna of the Bukk National Park, vol 1: 153-155

Bruchidius varius, first record from the Netherlands (Coleoptera: Bruchidae). Entomologische Berichten 56(8): 129-130

Bruchids and survival of Acacia seeds. African Journal of Ecology 33(3): 175-183

Brugia malayi in Indian leaf monkey (Presbytis entellus) - response to repeated exposures of infective larvae. Current Science 70(2): 164-167

Brugia malayi infection in mice with selective suppression of IgE production. International Archives of Allergy and Immunology 109(2): 192-196

Brugia malayi: ultrastructural morphology of the cuticular surface membranes of adult parasites. Experimental Parasitology 83(3): 304-313

Brugia pahangi adult worm antigen - an unsuitable substitute for Brugia malayi adult worm antigen in the immunodiagnosis of brugian filariasis. Tropical Biomedicine 12(2): 169-172

Brugia pahangi: characterisation of a small heat shock protein cDNA clone. Experimental Parasitology 83(3): 259-266

Brugia pahangi: the cuticular glutathione peroxidase (gp29) protects heterologous membranes from lipid peroxidation. Experimental Parasitology 82(3): 329-332

Bruise volume measurements of apple using drop tests and shock testers for packaging. Proceedings of the Australasian postharvest horticulture conference ' Science and technology for the fresh food revolution' , Melbourne, Australia, 18-22 September, 1995: 247-252

Bruising and biochemical measures of stress, dehydration and injury determined at slaughter in sheep transported from farms or markets. British Veterinary Journal 152(6): 719-722

Brush border membrane and amino acid transport. Archives of Insect Biochemistry & Physiology 32(1): 55-64

Brush border phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase mediates epidermal growth factor stimulation of intestinal NaCl absorption and Na+/H+ exchange. Journal of Biological Chemistry 271(17): 9919-9927

Brush control considerations: a financial perspective. Rangelands 16(5): 193-196

Brushing treatment of five wood species using two wood preservatives. Buletin Penelitian Hasil Hutan 14(5): 204-210

Brussels makes the existence of raw milk cheeses official. Revue Laitiere Francaise ( 558): 20-21

Brussels sprouts as an alternative crop for Southwest Virginia. New crops Proceedings of the Second National Symposium: New crops, exploration, research and commercialization, Indianapolis, Indiana, October 6-9, 1991: 573-576

Brussels sprouts manually harvested. Each cultivar has advantages and disadvantages. Proeftuinnieuws 7(4): 46-47

Bruton's agammaglobulinaemia in a child presenting with cryptococcal empyema thoracis and periauricular pyogenic abscess. Singapore Medical Journal 36(6): 686-689

Bryobia cyclamenae sp. nov. of the Bryobiinae (Acari: Tetranychidae) from Greece. Entomologische Mitteilungen aus dem Zoologischen Museum Hamburg 12(153): 23-30

Bryobia piliensis sp. nov. of the family Tetranychidae (Acari, Prostigmata) from Greece. Acarologia (Paris). Avril; 371: 27-30

Bryophyllum pinnatum poisoning of cattle. Australian Veterinary Journal 72(11): 425-427

Bryophyte vegetation and habitat gradients in the Tikhaia Bay region, Hooker Island, Franz Josef Land, Arctic Russia. Bryologist 99(4): 407-415

Bryophyte vegetation patterns along environmental gradients in continental bogs. Ecoscience 2(4): 395-407

Bryophytes and lichens in a changing environment. Bates, J W [Editor], Farmer, A M [Editor] Bryophytes and lichens in a changing environment xii+404p

Bryophytes in arid soil crusts: what do they tell us about rangeland condition?. Rangelands in a sustainable biosphere Proceedings of the Fifth International Rangeland Congress, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, 23-28 July, 1995 Volume 1: Contributed presentations: 130-131

Bt cotton a new era in cotton production. 1995 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, San Antonio, TX, USA, January 4-7, 1995: Volume 1: 171-173

Bt cotton: just how will it impact our industry?. Australian Cottongrower 17(2): 32-33

Bt strains highly toxic to Noctuidae larvae with notes on the characteristics of their crystalline protein. Chinese Journal of Biological Control 13(2): 82-85

Bt1, a structural gene for the major 39-44 kDa amyloplast membrane polypeptides. Physiologia Plantarum 95(2): 176-186

Bubonic leishmaniasis: a common manifestation of Leishmania (Viannia) braziliensis infection in Ceara, Brazil. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 53(4): 380-385

Bubonic plague in Peru: a multisectorial focus of control. Boletin de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana 121(4): 363-367

Buccal morphology of larvae of Anopheles (Diptera: Culicidae) as a taxonomic tool at the subgeneric level. Acta Zoologica Mexicana ( 68): 13-26

Buck performance in a small rabbitry in Trinidad. World Rabbit Science 5(3): 91-92

Buckwheat and proso millet production. Metodiky pro Zavadeni Vysledku Vyzkumu do Zemedelske Praxe ( 7): 35 pp.

Buckwheat bibliography. Buckwheat bibliography: 162 pp.

Buckwheat in human nutrition. Deutsche Lebensmittel Rundschau 93(2): 49-52

Buckwheat protein extract suppression of the growth depression in rats induced by feeding amaranth (Food Red No. 2). Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry 60(9): 1530-1531

Buckwheat. First results of agronomic and varietal trials. Informatore Agrario 51(25): 59-63

Buckwheat: agronomic and variety trials. Informatore Agrario 52(26): 54-56

Buckwheat: the rediscovery of an old crop. Monti e Boschi 48(1): 21-22

Buctril-graminicide combinations antagonize johnsongrass control. Louisiana Agriculture 38(4): 19-20

Bud age affects sprouting and flowering in clementine mandarin (Citrus reticulata Blanco). HortScience 30(7): 1366-1368

Bud blight-like malady of soybean in India: present status. Agricultural Reviews Karnal 16(3): 101-104

Bud break, bud and shoot development in several Actinidia species; comparisons with kiwifruit. Acta Horticulturae ( 444): 383-388

Bud break, fruit maturity and yield of Anna apple as influenced by plant bioregulator thidiazuron. Annals of Agricultural Science Cairo 40(1): 343-358

Bud burst and flowering of kiwifruit in relation to spring and winter temperatures in the central region of Cordoba. Revista de la Facultad de Agronomia Universidad de Buenos Aires 15(2/3): 183-188

Bud burst of grapes cv. Muller-Thurgau in relation to date of winter pruning. Vinohrad Bratislava 35(1): 8-9

Bud dormancy as a bet-hedging strategy. American Naturalist 147(2): 269-281

Bud dormancy in perennial fruit trees: physiological basis for dormancy induction, maintenance, and release. HortScience 32(4): 623-629

Bud initiation in leaf explants of annatto seedlings in different cytokinins. Ciencia Rural 26(1): 45-49

Bud load and light microclimate of grapevine foliage. Revue Suisse de Viticulture, d' Arboriculture et d' Horticulture 28(2): 139-141

Bud regeneration from Eucalyptus globulus clones and seedlings through hormonal imbalances induced by Agrobacterium tumefaciens strain 82.139. Plant Science Limerick 127(1): 81-90

Bud rot of chrysanthemum caused by Fusarium avenaceum. Annual Report of the Society of Plant Protection of North Japan ( 47): 75-77

Bud-grafting success in Acer platanoides 'Crimson King' related to root growth. Journal of Horticultural Science 72(5): 697-704

Bud-shield grafting of sour cherry. Sadovodstvo i Vinogradarstvo ( 3): 9-11

Bud-take and growth of plum trees budded on Pixy rootstock. Zeszyty Naukowe Instytutu Sadownictwa i Kwiaciarstwa w Skierniewicach 3: 49-54

Bud-union behaviour of persimmon cultivar 'Fuyu' on Kluai Rusi stock. Acta Horticulturae ( 436): 321-329

Budbreak induction in dormant cuttings of Kyoho grape by use of water stress. Environment Control in Biology 33(4): 269-275

Buddhist economics in indigenous development. Marga 14(1): 67-84

Budding method affects transmission of Xylella fastidiosa in plum. Hortscience 31(1): 89-90

Budding of alphaviruses. Trends in Microbiology 3(9): 346-350

Budding of rabies virus particles in the absence of the spike glycoprotein. Cell 84(6): 941-951

Budding operation in roses by an agricultural graduate versus ordinary labourer. Sarhad Journal of Agriculture 11(4): 459-462

Buddleja asiatica - a native species for restoration of degraded mined ecosystem. Indian Journal of Soil Conservation 24(2): 121-124

Buddlejone, a diterpene from Buddleja albiflora. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 42(2): 485-488

Buder revisited: cell and organ polarity during phototropism. Plant, Cell and Environment 19(10): 1179-1187

Budgerigar fledgling disease in China. Chinese Journal of Veterinary Science 16(3): 218-221

Budget hotels: not just minor hospitality products. Tourism Management 16(6): 455-462

Budget-constrained high-quality procurement strategies subject to risk. British food journal8(8): 29-36

Budgeting costs and returns for Central Florida citrus production, 1994-95. Economic Information Report Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida ( 95-2): iii + 28 pp.

Budgeting costs and returns for Indian River citrus production, 1994-95. Economic Information Report Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida ( EI 95-4): iii + 30 pp.

Budgeting costs and returns for Southwest Florida citrus production, 1994-95. Economic Information Report Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida ( 95-3): iii + 37 pp.

Budgeting for food on benefits: budget studies and their application in Europe. Budgeting for food on benefits: budget studies and their application in Europe: 47 pp.

Budgeting in the hospitality industry. Anatolia 7(1/2): 92-100

Budgeting practices of U.S. lodging firms. Bottomline 10(5): 13-17

Budgets and cycling of P and S in Lolium perenne and Trifolium repens at subtropical pastures in China. Rangelands in a sustainable biosphere Proceedings of the Fifth International Rangeland Congress, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, 23-28 July, 1995 Volume 1: Contributed presentations: 163-164

Budgets and marketing plans of national tourism administrations. Budgets and marketing plans of national tourism administrations: 81 pp. + 75 pp.

Budgets of national tourism administrations. Budgets of national tourism administrations: 126 pp.

Budgetting in forest enterprises. Holz Zentralblatt 122(45): 717-720

Budongo Forest Reserve. Biodiversity Report Forest Department, Kampala ( 3): 137 pp.

Bufadienolides and other constituents of Urginea sanguinea. Planta Medica 63(2): 188-190

Buffalo (Bos buffali L.) chymosin purification and properties. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 113(1): 57-62

Buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) sexual development: endocrinological and testicular histological aspects. II. From 10 to 24 months of age. Buffalo Bulletin 15(2): 42-43

Buffalo breeding practices followed by the farmers in the home tract of Murrah. Indian Journal of Animal Production and Management 12(2): 73-76

Buffalo meat production in the Amazon region. Proceedings, 4th World Buffalo Congress, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 27-30 June, 1994: Volume 2: 124-126

Buffalo meat production. Consumption, quality, carcass, sub-products. Proceedings 4th World Buffalo Congress, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 27-30 June, 1994: Volume 1: 122-136

Buffalo meat quality when submitted to three feeding regimens. Proceedings 4th World Buffalo Congress, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 27-30 June, 1994: Volume 2: 127-129

Buffalo milk Mozzarella and other Pasta Filata cheeses. Latte 22(8): 60-64

Buffalo milk production. Proceedings, 4th World Buffalo Congress, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 27-30 June, 1994: Volume 1: 137-146

Buffalo milk production in the Amazon region. Proceedings, 4th World Buffalo Congress, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 27-30 June, 1994: Volume 2: 147-149

Buffalo milk products in the Mediterranean area. Gigli, S [Editor], Chupin, D [Editor], Galal, S [Editor], Boyazoglu, J [Editor], Matassino, D [Editor] EAAP Publication; International Symposium on Buffalo Products : 47-57

Buffalo milk: chemistry and processing technology. Buffalo milk: chemistry and processing technology: iv + 285 pp.

Buffalo nutrition: the efficient utilization of the feeding. Proceedings 4th World Buffalo Congress, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 27-30 June, 1994: Volume 1: 196-208

Buffalo oesophagi - a source of Sarcocystis fusiformis infection in cats. Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences 23(1): 69-70

Buffalo semen characters and its freezability under Indian conditions. Proceedings, 4th World Buffalo Congress, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 27-30 June, 1994: Volume 3: 495-497

Buffalo-rumen fluid transfer to improve sheep performance. Sustainable animal production and the environment Proceedings of the 7th AAAP Animal Science Congress, Bali, Indonesia, 11-16 July, 1994 Volume 2: contributed papers: 393-394

Buffaloberry (Shepherdia canadensis (L.) Nutt.) fruit production in fire-successional bear feeding sites. Journal of Range Management 49(6): 520-529

Buffalograss establishment with preemergence herbicides. Hortscience 32(4): 683-686

Buffalopox. International Journal of Dermatology 35(2): 128-130

Buffer effect of water on spatial variability of soil temperature - a geostatistical approach. Revista do Setor de Ciencias Agrarias 13(1/2): 50-63

Buffer strips: landscape modifications to reduce off-site herbicide movement. Clean water clean environment 21st century: team agriculture working to protect water resources Volume 1: Pesticides Proceedings Kansas City, Missouri, USA, 5-8 March, 1995: 85-88

Buffer zones and the control of diffuse pollution on agricultural land. Genio Rurale 60(3): 27-41

Buffering capacity of forest litters to acid atmospheric precipitation. Eurasian Soil Science 28(10): 124-136

Buffering capacity of whey protein concentrates prepared by different methods using cheese, acid and paneer whey. Indian Journal of Dairy Science 49(7): 417-422

Buffering dynamics of soil to applied organic arsenic. Acta Pedologica Sinica 33(4): 337-343

Bugis settlers in East Kalimantan's Kutai National Park: their past and present and some possibilities for their future. Bugis settlers in East Kalimantan' s Kutai National Park: their past and present and some possibilities for their future: vi + 54 pp.

Bugoma Forest Reserve. Biodiversity Report Forest Department, Kampala ( 9): 110 pp.

Bugs and beetles. The illustrated identifier to over 100 species. Bugs and beetles The illustrated identifier to over 100 species: 79 pp.

Bugtok disease of banana. Musa Disease Fact Sheet ( 6): 2 pp.

Build up of plant parasitic nematodes in the bidi tobacco based cropping system. Tobacco Research 20(2): 107-112

Building a better Bibbulmun track. Landscope 12(3): 36-41

Building a coalition to recycle biosolids. BioCycle 37(5): 30-34

Building a fungicide schedule. Cultivar Rueil Malmaison ( 398): 30-32

Building a global information network for agricultural and rural research - The SINGER system. Entwicklung + Landlicher Raum 31(2): 19-23

Building a model park. Parks and Recreation Arlington 31(7): 62-66

Building a national resource: fifty years of Irish forestry. Irish Forestryrecd 1997; 49(1/2): 1-9

Building a program for world-class service. Cornell hotel and restaurant administration quarterly 37(1): 17-27

Building a root: the control of patterning and morphogenesis during root development. Plant Cell 9(7): 1089-1098

Building a solid foundation for pasture production in Northland: P,K,S and lime requirements. Proceedings of the New Zealand Grassland Association 57: 119-125

Building a strategic information system for the sugar industry. Sugar 2000 Symposium: Sugarcane: research towards efficient and sustainable production: 281-283

Building a yield map from geo-referenced harvest measurements. Precision agriculture Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, 23-26 June 1996: 885-892

Building activity and longevity of queenless groups of the Oriental hornet, Vespa orientalis. Bulletin of mathematical biology 57(3): 441-460

Building an arid lands information network on the Internet. Quarterly Bulletin of IAALD 41(2): 187-191

Building and maintaining a compost pile for the home garden. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society ( 107): 385-387

Building assistance for development on firmer foundations. Development Bulletin 43: 8-10

Building better social impact assessments. Fisheries Bethesda 22(9): 12-13

Building biotechnology research capacity in African NARS. Turning priorities into feasible programs Proceedings of a policy seminar on agricultural biotechnology for East and Southern Africa, South Africa, 23-27 April, 1995: 33-40

Building capacity for sustainable rural water supply and sanitation development: some options for improvement. Water and Sanitation News 4(1): 6-7

Building coalitions for agriculture, nutrition, and the food needs of the poor. Visions of American agriculture: 139-154

Building communities through leisure: citizen participation in a healthy communities initiative. Journal of Leisure Research 29(2): 167-182

Building community commitment for a region's future: the case of Port Stephens, Australia. Visions in Leisure and Business 14(4): 5-15

Building costs per cow stall below DM 7000, is that possible? Practical examples illustrate solutions. dlz 46(1): 78-80, 82-83

Building effective international environmental regimes: the case of the Global Environment Facility. Journal of Environment and Development 5(1): 73-86

Building efficiency in agricultural marketing: the long-run role of BULOG in the Indonesian food economy. Journal of International Development 9(1): 133-145

Building for dairy farming. KTBL and Thuringia Department of Agriculture conference in Weimar on 26th October 1995. KTBL Arbeitspapier ( 226): 105 pp.

Building for rearing cattle in the Padana area. Informatore Agrario 52(39): 37-42

Building hope: self-management and construction. Do it herself: women and technical innovation: 47-59

Building in resistance to Dutch elm disease. Journal of Forestry 95(3): 24-27

Building linkages for livelihood security in Chivi, Zimbabwe. Gatekeeper Series Sustainable Agriculture Programme, International Institute for Environment and Development ( 70): 21 pp.

Building lives with butterflies. Orbit ( 66): 6-7

Building mycology: management of decay and health in buildings. Building mycology: management of decay and health in buildings: xiii + 326 pp.

Building on peace-upgrading water and sanitation technology in Mozambique. Waterlines 15(3): 21-23

Building on the Cairo consensus. People & the Planet 6(1): 6-9

Building on the Panchayat: using Jal Samitis in Uttar Pradesh. Indigenous organizations and development: 123-131

Building on tradition-Zimbabwe's shallow wells. Waterlines 15(3): 10-12

Building partnerships and alliances in the European food industry. Economics of innovation: the case of food industry: 101-117

Building partnerships for participatory development: a report of a workshop held in Hargeisa, Somaliland, 10th-14th December 1995. Building partnerships for participatory development: a report of a workshop held in Hargeisa, Somaliland, 10th-14th December 1995: 48 pp.

Building prosperity with U.S. trade partners. Agricultural Outlook ( AO-228): 12-13

Building site methods: pupil participatory method learning in school track and field athletics. Sportunterricht 46(8): 340-349

Building sustainable Water Users Associations in NWFP, Pakistan. Sustainability of irrigated agriculture farmers' participation towards sustainable irrigated agriculture: volume 1 B Transactions of the 16th International Congress on Irrigation and Drainage, Cairo, Egypt, 1996: 307-328

Building the quality system through improving plant sanitation and personal hygiene. Indian Dairyman 48(2): 93-98

Building the successful veterinary practice. Volume 1: leadership tools. Building the successful veterinary practice Volume 1: leadership tools: ix + 169 pp.

Building trust in shoreline management: creating participatory consultation in shoreline management plans. Land Use Policy 14(4): 257-276

Building with earth. Building with earth; Building with earth: a handbook: 78 pp.

Buildings for the performing arts: a design and development guide. Buildings for the performing arts: a design and development guide: 160 pp.

Built on trust. Leisure Manager 14(March, SUPPL): 8-10

Bukaleba and Mukono District Forest Reserves. Biodiversity Report Forest Department, Kampala ( 28): 78 pp.

Bulb and inflorescence development in Nerine sarniensis. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 45(1): 13-18

Bulb development ecology and degeneration of tulip. Advances in Horticulture ( 1): 607-609

Bulb yield of onion cv. N-53 as influenced by different dates and methods of transplanting under low hills sub-tropical conditions of H.P. Himachal Journal of Agricultural Research 21(1/2): 35-37

Bulb-borne fungi of lily and tests on sterilization of its seed-bulb. Plant Protection 20(4): 24-25

Bulbing in onions: photoperiod and temperature requirements and prediction of bulb size and maturity. Annals of Botany 78(4): 423-430

Bulbing physiology in garlic (Allium sativum L.) cv. Rodado Paraguayo I. Morphophysiological characterization of the inductive and morphological stages of bulbing. Acta Horticulturae ( 433): 395-403

Bulbing physiology in garlic (Allium sativum L.) cv. Rosado Paraguayo. II. Characterization of ontogenic stages by shoot growth dynamics and its relation to bulbing. Acta Horticulturae ( 433): 405-416

Bulbing physiology in garlic (Allium sativum L.) cv. Rosado Paraguayo. III. Nutrient content in garlic plants: its relation to growth dynamics and bulb morphogenesis. Acta Horticulturae ( 433): 417-425

Bulblet formation and dormancy induction as influenced by temperature, growing media and light quality during scaling propagation of Lilium species. Acta Horticulturae ( 414): 251-256

Bulbophyllum gemma-reginae, an interesting new orchid species from Borneo. Blumea 41(1): 21-22

Bulgaria at a crossroads: environmental impacts of socioeconomic change. Environment Washington 37(10): 7-15, 29-33

Bulgaria country study to address climate change mitigation. Environmental Management 20(Supp.1): S15-S26

Bulgaria on the way to democracy. Situation and outlook after the April 1997 election. Forderungsdienst 45(6): 188-192

Bulgaria: land reform without peasants,. Etudes Rurales ( 138/140): 157-171

Bulgarian environmental projects 1992-1995. Bulgarian environmental projects 1992-1995: v + 157 pp.

Bulgarian retail food markets in transition. FoodReview 19(2): 37-44

Bulgarian rose oil: development, recent state and prognosis. Proceedings of 13th international congress of flavours, fragrances and essential oils, Istanbul, Turkey, 15-19 October 1995 Volume 2: Plenary lectures, analytical/composition, trade/industry, agriculture/botany: 345-350

Bulgarian sport today. Is history repeating itself or is real change occurring?. European Physical Education Review 3(1): 33-48

Bulimia nervosa in Austria and the United States: a controlled cross-cultural study. International Journal of Eating Disorders 20(3): 263-270

Bulimia: a historical outline. International Journal of Eating Disorders 20(4): 345-358

Bulk and fibre diameter affect leather and woolskin quality of lamb skins. Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production 57: 77

Bulk and protein treated with zinc ions in concentrates for grazing dairy cows. Archivos Latinoamericanos de Produccion Animal 2(2): 187-196

Bulk density dependence of air entry suctions and saturated hydraulic conductivities of soils. Soil Science 161(8): 484-490

Bulk density of bottomland hardwoods in East Texas and West Louisiana. Forest products journal 45(10): 85-88

Bulk density of soil in soil microbiology. Lesnictvi (Prague) 41(1): 38-41

Bulk milk somatic cell count in goat milk (a presentation according to new standard). Mastitis Newsletter ( 21): 23-25

Bulk propagation by cuttings: a method for speeding up the diffusion of Douglas fir varieties. Informations Foret, Afocel Armef ( 4): 271-286

Bulk properties of alfalfa grind in relation to its compaction characteristics. Applied engineering in agriculture 13(4): 499-505

Bulking in aerobic biological systems treating dairy processing wastewaters. International Journal of Dairy Technology 50(2): 67-72, May

Bulking rates, gradewise and total yield of tubers as influenced by spacing and fertilizer levels in potato crop raised from TPS seedlings. Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences 31(1): 60-65

Bull infertility. Veterinary Clinics of North America, Food Animal Practice 13(2): i-ix,195-366

Bull libido/serving capacity. Veterinary Clinics of North America. Food Animal Practice 13(2): 331-344

Bull testing. Evaluation of breeding soundness on the basis of semen quality. Bulletin des GTV ( 2): 33-37

Bull's eye!. Pest Control Technology 24(3): 32...42

Bulldams' contribution to the genetic trend in the Polish dairy cattle. Animal Science Papers and Reports Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Genetics and Animal Breeding Jastrzebiec 14(2): 103-110

Bulldozers and bacteria: the ecology of sweet fern. Arnoldia Boston 56(3): 2-11

Bulletin of hardwood market statistics: Fall 1993. Research Note Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( NE-357): 43 pp.

Bulletin of hardwood market statistics: Spring 1993. Research Note Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( NE-355): 43 pp.

Bulletin of hardwood market statistics: Summer 1993. Research Note Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( NE-356): 43 pp.

Bulletin of hardwood market statistics: first, second and third quarters - 1994. Research Note Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( NE-359): 21 pp.

Bulletin of hardwood market statistics: winter 1992. Research Note Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( NE-353): 43 pp.

Bulletin of hardwood market statistics: winter 1993. Research Note Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( NE-358): 43 pp.

Bulletin of the Agricultural Chemicals Inspection Station, Tokyo. Bulletin of the Agricultural Chemicals Inspection Station, Tokyo ( 36): 66 pp.

Bullous larva migrans accompanied by Loeffler's syndrome. International Journal of Dermatology 34(8): 570-571

Bullous scabies. Acta Dermato-Venereologica 76(2): 167-168

Bumble bee rearing. Melissa ( 9): 10-12

Bumble bee-initiated vibration release mechanism of Rhododendron pollen. American Journal of Botany 82(11): 1407-1411

Bumble bees (Bombus spp.) as pollinators in the cultivation of tomatoes under cover. Canarias Agraria y Pesquera ( 34): 54-56

Bumble bees and cuckoo bumble bees (Hym., Bombidae) in the swash zone on the Baltic coast (Darss). Entomologische Nachrichten und Berichte 37(1): 57-59

Bumble bees as pollinators of crops and wild flowers. Bumble bees for pleasure and profit: 24-32

Bumble bees as pollinators of glasshouse crops. Bumble bees for pleasure and profit: 33-39

Bumble bees at home and at school. Bumble bees for pleasure and profit: 12-23

Bumble bees for pleasure and profit. Bumble bees for pleasure and profit: 47 pp.

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Cadmium interaction with essential metals (Zn, Cu, Fe), metabolism metallothionein, and ceruloplasmin in pregnant rats and fetuses. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 35(3): 277-281

Cadmium leads to stimulated expression of the lipid transfer protein genes in barley: implications for the involvement of lipid transfer proteins in wax assembly. Planta 203(1): 9-19

Cadmium mobilisation under conditions simulating anaerobic to aerobic transition in a landfill leachate-polluted aquifer. Water Air & Soil Pollution 94(3-4): 385-392

Cadmium solubility in aerobic soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal 60(3): 775-780

Cadmium sorption and transport in variable charge soils: a review. Journal of Environmental Quality 26(3): 602-617

Cadmium toxicity and tolerance in vascular plants. Environmental & Experimental Botany 35(4): 525-545

Cadmium transport in an unsaturated stony subsoil monolith. Soil Science Society of America Journal 60(3): 716-721

Cadmium uptake and bioaccumulation in selected cultivars of durum wheat and flax as affected by soil type. Plant & Soil 182(1): 115-124

Cadmium uptake and translocation during reproductive development of peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.). Angewandte Botanik 70(3/4): 140-143

Cadmium uptake by crops from the subsoil. Plant & Soil 189(2): 231-237

Cadmium uptake for Swiss chard grown on composted sewage sludge treated field plots: plateau or time bomb?. Journal of Environmental Quality 26(1): 11-19

Cadmium variations in Manchego cheese during traditional cheese-making and ripening processes. Food Additives and Contaminants 14(5): 475-481

Cadmium, a big problem, but how does it reach our kidneys?. Var Foda 48(6): 10-12

Cadmium, lead, nickel, copper, manganese and fluorine levels in River Nile fish. Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal 34(68): 95-102

Cadmium, lead, nickel, copper, manganese and fluorine levels in River Nile fish in Assiut governorate, Egypt. Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift 83(12): 374-377

Cadmium- and copper-induced changes in tomato membrane lipids. Phytochemistry 45(7): 1343-1350

Cadmium-induced excretion of urinary lipid metabolites, DNA damage, glutathione depletion, and hepatic lipid peroxidation in Sprague-Dawley rats. Biological Trace Element Research 52(2): 143-154

Cadmium-zinc tolerance in soybean and fenugreek. Journal of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Monitoring 4(1): 39-44

Caecal dilatation/torsion in five dairy cows. Veterinary Record 139(23): 576-576

Caecal disease in equids. Australian Veterinary Journal 75(8): 552-557

Caecognathia robusta (G.O. Sars, 1879) (Crustacea, Isopoda) in Geodia mesotriaena (Hentschel, 1929) (Demospongiae, Choristidae) at 75 degrees N off NE Greenland. Sarsia 80(3): 223-228

Caelifera fauna (Orthoptera, Insecta) of Malatya district. Turkish Journal of Zoology 20(1): 17-31

Caenorhabditis elegans CED-4 stimulates CED-3 processing and CED-3-induced apoptosis. Current Biology 7(7): 455-460

Caenorhabditis elegans HOM-C genes regulate the response of vulval precursor cells to inductive signal. Developmental Biology 182(1): 150-161

Caenorhabditis elegans cDNA for a Menkes/Wilson disease gene homologue and its function in a yeast CCC2 gene deletion mutant. Journal of Biochemistry 121(6): 1169-1175

Caenorhabditis elegans cuticle: a description of new elements of the fibrous layer. Journal of Parasitology 83(3): 368-372

Caenorhabditis elegans genes sma-2, sma-3, and sma-4 define a conserved family of transforming growth factor beta pathway components. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 93(2): 790-794

Caenorhabditis elegans mutants resistant to inhibitors of acetylcholinesterase. Genetics 140(2): 527-535

Caenorhabditis elegans sex-determining protein FEM-2 is a protein phosphatase that promotes male development and interacts directly with FEM-3. Genes & Development 10(18): 2314-2325

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Caesium and strontium uptake by two pasture plant species grown in organic and inorganic soils. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment 56(1): 37-42

Caesium-137 contamination of medicinal forest plants of the Ukrainian polessie. Rastitel' nye Resursy 32(3): 36-43

Caesium-137 soil sampling and inventory variability in reference locations: a literature survey. Hydrological Processes 10(1): 43-53

Caffeic acid: O-methyltransferases and the biosynthesis of ferulic acid in primary cell walls of wheat seedlings. Phytochemistry 41(6): 1507-1510

Caffeine. Annual Review of Nutrition 2: 323-341

Caffeine content in coffee as influenced by grinding and brewing techniques. Food Research International 29(8): 785-789

Caffeine content of non-alcoholic drinks. Cerevisia 21(3): 58-61

Caffeine in coffee. Deutsche Lebensmittel Rundschau 92(9): 283-285

Caffeine inhibits cell plate formation by disrupting membrane reorganization just after the vesicle fusion step. Protoplasma 195(1-4): 144-155

Caffeine metabolism in high and low caffeine containing cultivars of Camellia sinensis. Zeitschrift fuer Naturforschung Section C Journal of Biosciences 50(9-10): 602-607

Caffeine, colour and water soluble extract of commercial tea samples packaged in Egyptian factories. Egyptian Journal of Food Science 22(3): 439-451

Caffeine- and ryanodine-sensitive Ca(2+)-induced Ca2+ release from the endoplasmic reticulum in honeybee photoreceptors. Journal of General Physiology 105(4): 537-567

Caffeoyl phenylethanoid glycosides in Sanango racemosum and in the Gesneriaceae. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 43(4): 777-783

Cage experiments on Orius tantillus predation of Helicoverpa armigera. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 82(3): 311-318

Cage housing, beak trimming, and induced molting of layers: a review of welfare and production issues. Journal of Applied Poultry Research 5(1): 63-69

Cake icing composition utilizing a food modifying composition and process for making same. United States Patent (US 5230918): 8 pp.

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Calamagrostis stolizkai Hook, f. and Glyceria thomsoni Stapf - little known grasses to India. Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany 20(2): 266-268

Calamintha cretica (Lamiaceae), a Cretan endemic: distribution and essential oil composition. Nordic Journal of Botany 16(3): 247-252

Calathea ornata and relatives, an ornate confusion. Acta Horticulturae ( 413): 169-175

Calcareous grasslands in the ESAs. Grassland management in Environmentally Sensitive Areas Proceedings of the British Grassland Society conference held at the University of Lancaster, UK, 23-25 September 1997: 116-127

Calcareous soils derived from lithostratigraphical units of East Carpathian flysh. Part II. Micromorphological features. Roczniki Gleboznawcze 46(1/2): 119-134

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Calcific bodies may mimic yeasts in histologic sections of pulmonary nodules. Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine 120(4): 325-326

Calcification of intervertebral discs in the dachshund: a radiographic study of 115 dogs at 1 and 5 years of age. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 37(3): 229-237

Calcifying Pneumocystis carinii thyroiditis. International Journal of Std & Aids 8(10): 652-654

Calcineurin is required for virulence of Cryptococcus neoformans. Embo Journal 16(10): 2576-2589

Calcineurin, a type type 2B protein phosphatase, modulates the Ca2+-permeable slow vacuolar ion channel of stomatal guard cells. Plant Cell 7(9): 1473-1483

Calcinosis of cattle in Argentina. Calcinosis of cattle in Argentina (Ed 2.): 152 pp.

Calcipotriol poisoning in dogs. Veterinary Record 141(1): 27-28

Calcitonin is a physiological inhibitor of prolactin secretion in ovariectomized female rats. Endocrinology 137(5): 1814-1822

Calcium absorption on high and low calcium intakes in relation to vitamin D receptor genotype. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 80(12): 3657-3661

Calcium alpha-ketoglutarate administration to malnourished hemodialysis patients improves plasma arginine concentrations. Mineral and Electrolyte Metabolism 22(1-3): 119-122

Calcium alters senescence rate of postharvest muskmelon fruit disks. Postharvest Biology and Technology 7(1/2): 91-96

Calcium and blood pressure. Bulletin of the International Dairy Federation ( 322): 25-28

Calcium and boron in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) cv. Angela Hiper nutrition. Ecossistema 20: 177-181

Calcium and calmodulin in relation to crop growth period and yield potential of groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) cultivars. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 33(10): 771-774

Calcium and colon cancer prevention. Bulletin of the International Dairy Federation ( 322): 16-19

Calcium and kidney stone formation. Bulletin of the International Dairy Federation ( 322): 29-32

Calcium and magnesium in spray carriers antagonize glyphosate performance. Applied Plant Science 10(1): 10-11

Calcium and magnesium losses from mountain soils in lysimeter experiments. Wiadomosci Instytutu Melioracji i Uzytkow Zielonych 18(4): 229-238

Calcium and magnesium status of Nigerian parturient mothers and their newborns. Nutrition Research 17(9): 1401-1408

Calcium and magnesium uptake by maize, cowpea and wheat as influenced by soil characteristics and potassic fertilisation in some inceptisols. Annals of Agricultural Research 16(3): 343-347

Calcium and malignant neoplasms. Mljekarstvo 46(2): 121-126

Calcium and osteoporosis. Bulletin of the International Dairy Federation ( 322): 4-10

Calcium and phosphorus deficiencies alter the lipid composition and fluidity of intestinal basolateral membranes. Comparative Biochemistry & Physiology A 115(4): 309-315

Calcium and phosphorus deficiency in water buffaloes raised on Marajo Island, state of Para Brazil. Buffalo Journal 13(1): 15-22

Calcium and phosphorus supplementation of iron-fortified infant formula: no effect on iron status of healthy full-term infants. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 65(4): 921-926

Calcium and potassium-enhanced growth and yield of tomato under sodium chloride stress. Plant Science (Shannon) 114(1): 19-27

Calcium and related nutrients: overview and methods. Nutrition Reviews 55(9): 335-341

Calcium and the generation of plant form. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 350(1331): 83-86

Calcium and vitamin D intakes of women and their daughters: distribution by food groups and meals. Journal of the Canadian Dietetic Association 58(2): 77-83

Calcium and vitamin D3 supplementation prevents bone loss in the spine secondary to low-dose corticosteroids in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. Annals of Internal Medicine 125(12): 961-968

Calcium applications in apple trees. ITEA Produccion Vegetal 92(2): 58-63

Calcium as a plant nutrient. Bitter pit in apple. Anales de la Estacion Experimental de Aula Dei 21(3): 189-201

Calcium as an intracellular regulator of HSP96 synthesis and plant cell tolerance to high temperature. Russian Journal of Plant Physiology 44(4): 443-447

Calcium availability limits breeding success of passerines on poor soils. Journal of Animal Ecology 66(2): 279-288

Calcium binding by fulvic acids studied by an ion selective electrode and an ultrafiltration method. Humic substances in the global environment and implications on human health: Proceedings of the 6th International Meeting of the International Humic Substances Society, Monopoli Bari, Italy, September 20-25, 1992: 1125-1130

Calcium bioavailability. Bioavailability of nutrients for animals: amino acids, minerals, and vitamins: 95-118

Calcium bioavailability from a calcium- and sulfate-rich mineral water, compared with milk, in young adult women. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 62(6): 1239-1244

Calcium bioavailability from bovine milk and dairy products in premenopausal women using intrinsic and extrinsic labeling techniques. Journal of Nutrition 126(5): 1406-1411

Calcium can improve photosynthesis of soyabean leaves under water stress. Acta Agronomica Sinica 21(6): 711-716

Calcium Channel Activity during Pollen Tube Growth and Reorientation. Plant Cell 7(8): 1173-1184

Calcium channel as a new potential target for insecticides. Clark, J. M. Acs Symposium Series; Molecular Action Of Insecticides On Ion Channels. 162-172

Calcium channel blockade and anti-free-radical actions of panaxatriol saponins in cultured myocardiocytes. Zhongguo Yao Li Xue Bao 17(2): 138-141

Calcium channel blocking activity: Screening methods for plant derived compounds. Phytomedicine 4(2): 167-180

Calcium channels in higher plant cells: selectivity, regulation and pharmacology. Journal of Experimental Botany 48 Spec No: 551-577

Calcium citrate: a revised look at calcium fortification. Food Technology Chicago 50(6): 96-98

Calcium concentration in different parts of groundnut Arachis hypogaea L. as influenced by levels and methods of application of gypsum. Madras Agricultural Journal 81(11): 598-602

Calcium crystals in the leaves of some species of Moraceae. Botanical Bulletin of Academia Sinica (Taipei) 38(2): 97-104

Calcium cyanamide and soil solarization for the control of Fusarium solani f.sp. cucurbitae in greenhouse cucumber. Crop Protection 16(4): 383-386

Calcium decreases and parathyroid hormone increases in periparturient mares. Journal of Animal Science 74(4): 834-839

Calcium deficiency in Passiflora caerulea L. Gartenbauwissenschaft 62(2): 61-65

Calcium deficiency in fluoride-treated osteoporotic patients despite calcium supplementation. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 81(1): 269-275

Calcium deficiency, diet and dental disease in pet rabbits. Veterinary Record 139(23): 567-571

Calcium delays senescence-related membrane lipid changes and increases net synthesis of membrane lipid components in shredded carrots. Postharvest Biology and Technology 9(2): 235-245

Calcium distribution in fertilized and unfertilized ovules and embryo sacs of Nicotiana tabacum L. Planta 02(1): 93-105

Calcium effect on K, Ca and Mg concentrations in xylem sap of tomato cvs. Marglobe and Carmelo. Acta Horticulturae ( 412): 416-424

Calcium effect on the content of DNA and NYS-stained nuclear, nucleolar and cytoplasmic proteins in cortex cells of pea (Pisum sativum L.) roots treated with heavy metals. Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae 64(3): 239-244

Calcium effect on the process of cold-hardening of rice seedlings. CRRN, Chinese Rice Research Newsletter 5(3): 4-5

Calcium effects on quantity-intensity relationships and plant availability of ammonium. Soil Science Society of America journal 60(2): 492-497

Calcium enrichment of skim milk subjected to UHT treatment. Alimentaria 34(271): 79-82

Calcium excretion, apparent calcium absorption and calcium balance in young and elderly subjects: influence of protein intake. British Journal of Nutrition 77(5): 721-729

Calcium gelation of pectic polysaccharides isolated from unripe tomato fruit. Carbohydrate Research 293(2): 235-249

Calcium homeostasis during pregnancy and lactation in primiparous and multiparous women with sub-adequate calcium intakes. Nutrition Research 16(10): 1631-1640

Calcium homeostasis in intraerythrocytic malaria parasites. European Journal of Cell Biology 71(4): 409-413

Calcium imaging shows differential sensitivity to cooling and communication in luminous transgenic plants. Cell Calcium 19(3): 211-218

Calcium in gravitropism. A re-examination. Planta 203(Supplement): S85-S90

Calcium in milk products precipitates intestinal fatty acids and secondary bile acids and thus inhibits colonic cytotoxicity in humans. Cancer Research 56(14): 3270-3275

Calcium in podzolic soils of different texture. Pochvovedenie ( 3): 352-359

Calcium inputs and transport in a base-poor forest ecosystem as interpreted by Sr isotopes. Water resources research 32(3): 707-719

Calcium intake and blood lead levels in women of reproductive age. Revista de Investigacion Clinica 48(6): 425-430

Calcium intake, attitudes toward calcium-containing foods, and number of risk factors for osteoporosis in two groups of 18- to 35-year-old women. Nutrition Research 16(8): 1313-1329

Calcium Interference with Zoospore Biology and Infectivity of Phytophthora parasitica in Nutrient Irrigation Solutions. Phytopathology 87(5): 522-528

Calcium ions as second messengers in guard cell signal transduction. Physiologia Plantarum 100(1): 16-29

Calcium ions promote the response of Citrus limon against fungal elicitors or wounding. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 42(3): 595-598

Calcium leaching by primary anaerobes. Mikrobiologiya 65(5): 690-695

Calcium nutrition affects cold hardiness, yield, and fruit disorders of apple and pear trees. Journal of Plant Nutrition 19(7): 1131-1155

Calcium nutrition. First think of the soil!. Arboriculture Fruitiere ( 495): 25-31

Calcium oxalate films on stone monuments - microbiological investigations. Aerobiologia 9(1): 33-37

Calcium physiology and metabolism in fruit trees. Acta Horticulturae ( 383): 15-23

Calcium polysulfide: from the past to the future. Informatore Agrario 51(43): 73-76

Calcium reduces toxicity of aminoglycoside antibiotics in sugar beet explants in vitro. Physiologia Plantarum 97(2): 245-250

Calcium regulation in plant cells and its role in signaling. Jones, R L [Editor] Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology 95-122

Calcium remobilization in 'Golden Delicious' apples and seedlings during spring season. Journal of the Korean Society for Horticultural Science 38(2): 142-146

Calcium requirement for the induction of hydrotropism and enhancement of calcium-induced curvature by water stress in primary roots of pea, Pisum sativum L. Plant & Cell Physiology 38(4): 385-391

Calcium retention estimated from indicators of skeletal status in adolescent girls and young women. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 64(1): 67-70

Calcium retention in relation to calcium intake and postmenarcheal age in adolescent females. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 66(2): 327-333

Calcium spiking in plant root hairs responding to Rhizobium nodulation signals. Cell Cambridge 85(5): 673-681

Calcium status and chilling injury in maize seedlings. Fiziologiya Rastenii (Moscow) 44(3): 392-396, May-June

Calcium sulfate or coal combustion by-product spread on the soil surface to reduce evaporation, mitigate subsoil acidity and improve plant growth. Plant & Soil 182(2): 209-219

Calcium sulphate, phosphogypsum and calcium carbonate in the amelioration of acid subsoils for root growth. Plant & Soil 192(1): 37-48

Calcium supplementation during breast-feeding. New England Journal of Medicine 337(8): 558-559