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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 2778

Chapter 2778 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Chemical control trials against Pestalotiopsis funerea on Thuja orientalis L. var. pyramidalis aurea. Informatore Fitopatologico 45(12): 48-50

Chemical control trials on chestnut graftings. Difesa delle Piante 18(2): 116-121

Chemical conversion of wood to thermoplastic materials. Chemistry and Industry of Forest Products 16(1): 75-81

Chemical counteraction of mango malformin activity in-vitro. Recent Horticulture 3(1): 8-13

Chemical cross-linking of the human immunodeficiency virus type 1 Tat protein to synthetic models of the RNA recognition sequence TAR containing site-specific trisubstituted pyrophosphate analogues. Biochemistry 36(12): 3496-3505

Chemical cues from Spodoptera litura larvae elicit prey-locating behavior by the predatory stink bug, Eocanthecona furcellata. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 82(3): 349-354

Chemical cues produced by conspecific larvae deter oviposition by the coccidophagous ladybird beetle, Cryptolaemus montrouzieri. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 79(2): 147-151

Chemical cues to host-plant selection by insect pests of oilseed rape. Agricultural Zoology Reviews 7: 89-116

Chemical data of plant, animal and human tissues as a basis of geomedical investigations. Chemical data of plant, animal and human tissues as a basis of geomedical investigations: 217 pp.

Chemical degradation and liming efficiency of soils contaminated with sulphur. Polish Journal of Soil Science 27(1): 37-42

Chemical dehalogenation treatment: APEG treatment. EPA environmental engineering sourcebook: 271-277

Chemical Determinants of antimalarial activity of reversed siderophores. Antimicrobial Agents and ChemoTherapy 40(9): 2160-2166

Chemical determination of nutritional and antinutritional properties in tribal pulses. Journal of Food Science & Technology 32(6): 465-469

Chemical dilation and the dual porosity of humified bog peat. Journal of Hydrology (Amsterdam) 196(1-4): 348-360

Chemical disinfestation of greenhouse growing surface materials contaminated with Thielaviopsis basicola. Plant Disease 80(8): 885-886

Chemical ecology of Cannabis. Journal of the International Hemp Association 1(2): 29-37

Chemical ecology of astigmatid mites. XLVI Neryl formate, the alarm pheromone of Rhizoglyphus setosus Manson (Acarina: Acaridae) and the common pheromone component among four Rhizoglyphus mites. Applied Entomology and Zoology 32(1): 75-79

Chemical ecology of bark beetles in the Florida slash pine ecosystem. Rosen, D [Editor], Bennett, F D [Editor], Capinera, J L [Editor] Pest management in the subtropics: Integrated pest management: A Florida perspective : 209-222

Chemical ecology of western flower thrips. Thrips biology and management: proceedings of the 1993 International Conference on Thysanoptera: 439-447

Chemical ecology: multifunctional compounds and multitrophic interactions. Naturwissenschaften 83(6): 248-254

Chemical effects of goethite colloid on the transport of radionuclides through a quartz-packed column. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 21(1-4): 231-241

Chemical egg defense in a green lacewing (Ceraeochrysa smithi). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 93(8): 3280-3283

Chemical enhancements to pump-and-treat remediation. EPA environmental engineering sourcebook: 59-86

Chemical equilibria and interpretation of the results of soil analyses. Eurasian Soil Science 29(8): 900-903

Chemical equilibrium calculation for evaluating the buffering capacity of acidic natural water equilibria with the mineral phase gibbsite. Analyst 120(12): 2805-2811

Chemical evaluation and kernel fractions of maize cultivars. Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities 20(1): 145-146

Chemical evaluation of Betula species in Japan. II. Constituents of Betula platyphylla var. japonica. Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin 44(5): 1033-1038

Chemical evaluation of Betula species in Japan. III. Constituents of Betula maximowicziana. Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin 44(9): 1748-1753

Chemical evaluation of Dactylis glomerata cultivars in relation to the cutting date. Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych 442: 215-226

Chemical evaluation of SZI-121, a tetrazine type miticide. Journal of Environmental Science & Health Part B Pesticides Food Contaminants & Agricultural Wastes 31(3): 515-519

Chemical evaluation of shrub legumes. Indonesian Agricultural Research and Development Journal 17(3): 47-58

Chemical evaluation of soil phosphorus status. Eurasian Soil Science 29(6): 737-748

Chemical evaluation of soil-solution in acid forest soils. Soil Science 161(5): 298-313

Chemical evaluation of some lesser known edible mushroom mycelia produced in submerged culture from soy milk waste. Food Chemistry 60(1): 61-65

Chemical evaluation of the genus Acacia of Pakistan. Part V. Composition of lipid classes of Acacia cyanophylla Lindl., Acacia tortilis Hayne and Acacia victoriae Benth. Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research 37(12): 520-523

Chemical evaluation of the phosphate status of soils. Agrokhimiya ( 4): 95-116

Chemical evaluation of wild under-exploited Vigna spp. seeds. Food Chemistry 59(2): 203-212

Chemical examination of Indian liver wort Dumortiera hirsuta. Indian Journal of Natural Products 11(1): 11-12

Chemical examination of the minor constituents of jute (C. capsularis) roots. Bangladesh Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research 29(2): 109-116

Chemical extractability and availability of heavy metals after seven years application of organic wastes to a citrus soil. Soil Use & Management 13(3): 117-121

Chemical extraction of gabiroba (Campomanesia adamantium Camb.) seeds. Revista Brasileira de Sementes 16(1): 31-33

Chemical facilitator for infection of epicarp of Citrus limon by Penicillium digitatum. Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 62(6): 593-596

Chemical factors influencing colloid-facilitated transport of contaminants in porous media. Environmental Science & Technology 31(3): 656-664

Chemical fingerprints of hydrological compartments and flow paths at La Cuenca, western Amazonia. Water resources research 31(12): 3051-3058

Chemical form of selenium greatly affects metal uptake and responses by cultured human lymphocytes. Biological Trace Element Research 51(1): 43-54

Chemical forms of Mn and Cd in Ca-bentonite, Ca-kaolinite/ Mn(ClO4)2 and CdCl2 systems. Agrokemia es Talajtan 44(3/4): 409-418

Chemical forms of zinc and its uptake by maize plants grown in soil treated with steel-making residues. Revista Brasileira de Ciencia do Solo 18(2): 313-320

Chemical fractionation of cadmium, copper, nickel, and zinc in contaminated soils. Journal of Environmental Quality 26(1): 259-264

Chemical fractionation of soil boron: I. Method development. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 76(4): 485-491

Chemical fractions of micronutrients in a sugarcane soil. Turrialba 43(4): 276-283

Chemical fruit thinning in apple trees. Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie Skodowska Sectio EEE, Horticultura 3: 19-31

Chemical fruit thinning: current trends and results of own experiments. Materiay ogolnopolskiej konferencji naukowej Nauka Praktyce Ogrodniczej z okazji XXV lecia Wydziau Ogrodniczego Akademii Rolniczej w Lublinie: 55-58

Chemical haulm killing in seed potato production. Revue Suisse d' Agriculture 29(4): 201-204

Chemical hybridizing agent activity on winter wheat in relation to atmospheric humidity. Proceedings of the third congress of the European Society for Agronomy, Padova University, Abano Padova, Italy, 18-22 September 1994: 282-283

Chemical hybridizing agent effectiveness on winter wheat: how addition of a wetting agent improves formulations. Proceedings of the third congress of the European Society for Agronomy, Padova University, Abano Padova, Italy, 18-22 September 1994: 284-285

Chemical immobilisation of giraffe to facilitate short procedures. Australian Veterinary Journal 75(3): 180-182

Chemical immobilization of free-ranging white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum simum) in Hwange and Matopos National Parks, Zimbabwe, using combinations of etorphine (M99), fentanyl, xylazine, and detomidine. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 26(2): 207-219

Chemical induction of adventitious root formation in Taxus baccata cuttings. Plant growth regulation 19(2): 117-122

Chemical induction of male sterility. Pollen biotechnology for crop production and improvement: 218-236

Chemical injuries of satsuma mandarin, Citrus reticulata Blanco fumigated with methyl bromide. Research Bulletin of the Plant Protection Service Japan 0(31): 9-16

Chemical input/output balance for a moderately polluted forest catchment in southern Poland. Water Air & Soil Pollution 85(3): 1771-1776

Chemical interactions between Cr(VI) and hydrous concrete particles. Environmental Science and Technology 30(2): 371-376

Chemical interactions with bioherbicides to improve efficacy. Weed Technology 10(3): 651-674

Chemical investigation and antihepatotoxic activity of Thespesia populnea. International Journal of Pharmacognosy 33(4): 305-310

Chemical investigation and antihepatotoxic activity of the root bark of Capparis spinosa. Fitoterapia 67(3): 200-204

Chemical investigation of some tropical plants from Indochina. 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: 124-134

Chemical investigation of the herbage of Melissa officinalis. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 31(2): 266-267

Chemical leaching through the effective macroporosity of no-till farming. 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: 121-124

Chemical lesion of visceral afferents causes transient overconsumption of unfamiliar high-fat diets in rats. American Journal of Physiology 272(5 Pt 2): R1657-R1663

Chemical management of Mediterranean fruit flies in citrus and peach orchards. Fruits Paris 50(4): 281-291

Chemical management of annual ryegrass. Plant Protection Quarterly 11(SUPPL 1): 200-202

Chemical management of the gramineous Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers and Rottboellia cochinchinensis (Lour) Clayton in corn and its effect on the output under a system without tillage. Publicacion Cientifica Instituto de Investigacion Agropecuaria de Panama ( 8): 1-14

Chemical management of the reniform nematode on sweet potato, 1993. Fungicide and Nematicide Tests 51: 190-191

Chemical manipulation of dormancy in tea shoots and associated biochemical changes. Journal of Plantation Crops 23(1): 52-58

Chemical manipulation of soil for sealing landfills. Applied Geochemistry 11(1/2): 325-329

Chemical mechanism of lignin biodegradation. Chemistry and Industry of Forest Products 16(2): 75-82

Chemical mechanisms of breaking seed dormancy. Lang, G A [Editor] Plant dormancy: Physiology, biochemistry and molecular biology : 257-265

Chemical mediation of plant-herbivore interactions at different spatial scales. Rangelands in a sustainable biosphere Proceedings of the Fifth International Rangeland Congress, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, 23-28 July, 1995 Volume 2: Invited presentations: 126-128

Chemical methods for the characterization of proteolysis in cheese during ripening. Lait 77(1): 41-76

Chemical methods in varietal characterization. Rivista di Viticoltura e di Enologia 49(1): 51-56

Chemical methods to overcome iron chlorosis in peach trees. Acta Horticulturae ( 383): 429-437

Chemical mimicry between parasitic ants of the genus Formicoxenus and their host Myrmica (Hymenoptera, Formicidae). Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 25(5): 379-389

Chemical mixing centers for loading and mixing chemicals. Environmentally sound agriculture: Proceedings of the Second Conference, 20-22 April 1994, Orlando, Florida: 184-190

Chemical mixtures for rubber wood treatment by diffusion process. Indian Journal of Natural Rubber Research 8(1): 25-30

Chemical model structures for soil organic matter and soils. Soil Science 162(2): 115-130

Chemical modelling on the bare rock or forested watershed scale. Hydrological Processes 11(7): 695-717

Chemical modification and antitumor activity of polysaccharides from the mycelium of liquid-cultured Grifola frondosa. Journal of the Japanese Society for Food Science & Technology 41(10): 733-740

Chemical modification and metal binding studies of Datura innoxia. Environmental Science & Technology 30(1): 110-114

Chemical modification of Kaya by benzylation and thermoplasticity. Forest Resources and Environment ( 34): 75-80

Chemical modification of Norway spruce and Scots pine. A 13C NMR CP-MAS study of the reactivity and reactions of polymeric wood components with acetic anhydride. Holzforschung 50(3): 215-220

Chemical modification of essential arginine residues associated with the red beet (Beta vulgaris L.) plasma membrane Ca2+-ATPase. Phytochemistry 41(3): 685-689

Chemical modification of juvenile wood. Part 1. Juvenility and response of southern pine OSB flakes to acetylation. Forest Products Journal 46(7/8): 73-78

Chemical modification of the antifungal macrolide soraphen A1 alpha : deoxygenation in the south-east ring segment. Liebigs Annalen der Chemie ( 1): 245-252

Chemical modifications of groundwater contaminated by recharge of treated sewage effluent. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 23(4): 347-360

Chemical modifications of wood: protection of wood surfaces against photo-oxidation. Advances in Forestry Research in India 14: 220-249

Chemical modifications of wood: wood preservation and stabilization. Advances in Forestry Research in India 13: 100-139

Chemical mutagenesis in Manhar variety of rice (Oryza sativa L.). Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 57(2): 120-126

Chemical mutagenesis: risks and benefits of the use of antiparasitic agents. Interciencia 20(4): 204-211

Chemical nature of earthworm repellent factor in the plant (Polygonum hydropiper Linn.) extract. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 34(3): 277-278

Chemical nitrogen fixation in solution. Nitrogen fixation: fundamentals and applications Proceedings of the 10th International Congress on Nitrogen Fixation, St Petersburg, Russia, May 28 June 3, 1995: 3-8

Chemical nutrient content of asparagus foliage, throughout the vegetative cycle of an adult planting. Agro Sur 22(2): 97-106

Chemical or air root-pruning containers improve carambola, longan, and mango seedling root morphology and initial root growth after transplanting. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 14(2): 47-49

Chemical oxidation treatment. EPA environmental engineering sourcebook: 261-270

Chemical parameters to evaluate the stabilization level of the organic matter during composting. The science of composting: part 2: 1109-1112

Chemical peparations usable in the technological process of sugar production. Gazeta Cukrownicza 104(9): 164-167

Chemical phosphorylation of bovine casein: relationships between the reacting mixture and the binding sites of the phosphoryl moiety. Food Chemistry 57(2): 261-265

Chemical pollution of milk and cheese with nitrates and nitrites and its hygienic significance. Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal 32(63): 67-73

Chemical preparations affecting the resistance of rape siliques to cracking. Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych 427: 19-26

Chemical preservation of volatile organic compounds in soil. Environmental Science & Technology 31(1): 67-70

Chemical prevention and treatment of winter saprolegniosis (winter kill) in channel catfish Ictalurus punctatus. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 27(1): 1-6

Chemical process parameters for thermal inactivation of alkaline phosphatase in milk. Kieler Milchwirtschaftliche Forschungsberichte 49(3): 207-219

Chemical properties and enzyme activity of termite-nest material constructed by the wood-eating higher termite, Nasutitermes takasagoensis. Bulletin of the Institute of Tropical Agriculture Kyushu University 18(0): 63-69

Chemical properties of acid soil treated with coal combustion by-products and leached. Communications in Soil Science & Plant Analysis 27(15-17): 2783-2797

Chemical properties of ghee prepared from high acidic milk. Indian Journal of Dairy Science 49(2): 138-142

Chemical properties of landfill soils. AFZ/Der Wald, Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift fur Waldwirtschaft und Umweltvorsorge 51(13): 745-747

Chemical properties of soils as affected by pollution of different wastes. Egyptian Journal of Soil Science 36(1-4): 23-32

Chemical properties of solutions extracted from a red-yellow latosol under different vegetation. Revista Ceres 43(246): 139-146

Chemical properties of some forest floors under coniferous species at the Ataturk Arboretum in Istanbul. Istanbul Universitesi Orman Fakultesi Dergisi Seri A 1993; 41(2): 68-86

Chemical reactions and caking of bulk blending fertilizers (BBFs) mixed diammonium phosphate (DAP). Japanese Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 67(2): 116-125

Chemical reactions in soils that affect iron availability to plants. A quantitative approach. Iron nutrition in soils and plants Proceedings of the Seventh International Symposium Zaragoza, Spain, 27 June 2 July 1993: 7-14

Chemical reactivity of trace metals in two polluted soils as affected by a reducing compound. Environmental Technology 18(2): 139-149

Chemical recognition of queen cells by honey bee workers Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Chemoecology 5/6(1): 6-12

Chemical redefinition of nutrients. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society of Australia 20: 163-168

Chemical regeneration of spent carbon developed from the fertilizer waste slurry by column method. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin 5(5/6): 314-318

Chemical regulation of differentiation: formation of secondary cell walls during tracheary element differentiation. Chemical Regulation of Plants 30(1): 39-48

Chemical regulation of gas exchange and growth of plants in drying soil in the field. Journal of experimental botany 47(303): 1475-1490

Chemical relations among the components of oak and beech wood degraded by white rot fungi. Istanbul Universitesi Orman Fakultesi Dergisi Seri A 1992; 40(2): 19-33

Chemical release of pole-sized trees in a central hardwood clearcut. General Technical Report Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( NE-197): 152-157

Chemical responses and fitness-related characteristics of dichlofluanid-resistant and -sensitive Botrytis cinerea isolates. Korean Journal of Plant Pathology 11(3): 245-251

Chemical restbreaking in Pink Lady, Sundowner and Fiesta: a preliminary report. Deciduous Fruit Grower 46(4): 135-141

Chemical restoration of fertility of genic male-sterile rice with stable sterility to environmental conditions. Chinese Journal of Rice Science 9(4): 252

Chemical restraint by medetomidine-ketamine and its cardiopulmonary effects in pigs. Journal of Veterinary Medicine Series A 42(5): 293-299

Chemical restraint of southern elephant seals (Mirounga Leonina); use of medetomidine, ketamine and atipamezole and comparison with other cyclohexamine-based combinations. British Veterinary Journal 152(2): 213-224

Chemical ripening in Guyana - progress and prospects. Sugar Cane ( 3): 4-17

Chemical ripening in Guyana. Part I. The preliminary evaluation. International Sugar Journal Cane Sugar Edition 99(1187): 574-579

Chemical ripening of Dwarf Cavendish bananas (cv. Naine). I. Effects of Ethrel and ethylene on ripening. II. Extension of shelf-life of ripened fruits. Revue Agricole et Sucriere de l' Ile Maurice 73(3): 36-43

Chemical ripening of sugarcane in Swaziland. Sugar 2000 Symposium: Sugarcane: research towards efficient and sustainable production: 172-175

Chemical secretions of Formicidae (Hymenoptera, Formicidae). Insect Social Life 1: 173-177

Chemical shackles for genes?. Science 273(5275): 574-575

Chemical signals responsible for appressorium formation in the rice blast fungus Magnaporthe grisea. Physiological & Molecular Plant Pathology 48(5): 335-346

Chemical significance of aluminium extracted from three horizons of an acid forest soil, using chloride salt solutions. European Journal of Soil Science 47(1): 89-95

Chemical soil characteristics and percolation water quality after liming. AFZ/Der Wald, Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift fur Waldwirtschaft und Umweltvorsorge 51(10): 560-563

Chemical speciation and bioavailability of metal-humic complexes to plants. 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: 1055-1062

Chemical species. Water Environment Research 69e: 391-403

Chemical species of organotin compounds in seawater and their seasonal variations. Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry 44(12): 3989-3995

Chemical stability of artesunate injection and proposal for its administration by intravenous infusion. Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmacology 48(1): 22-26

Chemical stability of diets for aquatic organisms prepared with nutritive binders. Boletim do Instituto de Pesca 22: 125-131

Chemical stimulation of host tree antibiosis for southern pine beetle, Dendroctonus frontalis Zimm., suppression. General Technical Report Southern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( SO-101): 28-32

Chemical stimulation of phytoalexins in fruits of brinjal (Solanum melongena L.). Journal of Mycopathological Research 34(1): 47-52

Chemical storage of winter bamboo shoots with sheaths. Journal of Bamboo Research 15(3): 25-32

Chemical structure of compounds in the white-water from the fibreboard industry. Part I. Carbohydrates. Annals of Warsaw Agricultural University SGGW, Forestry and Wood Technology ( 46): 127-132

Chemical structure of compounds in the white-water from the fibreboard industry. Part II. Lignin like substances. Annals of Warsaw Agricultural University SGGW, Forestry and Wood Technology ( 46): 133-140

Chemical structures of sulfuric acid lignin. Part XII. Reaction of lignin models with carbohydrates in 72% H2SO4. Holzforschung 49(5): 418-422

Chemical studies of Smilax glabra (III). Isolation and identification of smiglanin from Smilax glabra. Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica 30(9): 718-720

Chemical studies on Aristolochia manshuriensis. Yaoxue Xuebao 30(8): 588-593

Chemical studies on crude drug processing. IX. On the constituents of Rehmanniae Radix. (3). Absolute stereostructures of rehmaionosides A, B, and C, and rehmapicroside, biologically active ionone glucosides and a monoterpene glucoside isolated from Chinese Rehmanniae Radix. Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin 44(1): 41-47

Chemical studies on crude drug processing. VIII. On the constituents of Rehmanniae Radix. (2): absolute stereostructures of rehmaglutin C and glutinoside isolated from Chinese Rehmanniae Radix, the dried root of Rehmannia glutinosa Libosch. Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin 43(7): 1096-1100

Chemical studies on plant growth-regulating substances produced by true fungi. Chemical Regulation of Plants 29(1): 1-14

Chemical studies on the salt tolerance of some olive cultivars. Olivae ( 64): 52-57

Chemical study of root of Angelica polymorpha Maxim. Yaoxue Xuebao 30(12): 910-913

Chemical study of the epigeal parts of the plants Ammothamnus lehmannii and Cicer mogoltavicum. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 31(2): 269-270

Chemical survey and erucic acid content of commercial varieties of nasturtium, Tropaeolum majus L. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 70(11): 1145-1148

Chemical synthesis of nitric oxide in the stomach from dietary nitrate in humans. Gut 40(2): 211-214

Chemical taint in rindless Gouda cheese. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 45(2): 487-492

Chemical thinning in 1996 of great interest. Fruitteelt Den Haag 86(16): 28-29

Chemical thinning in forestry - an alternative to motor-manual procedures?. Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 49(2): 21-23

Chemical thinning of Asian and European pear with ethephon and NAA. New Zealand Journal of Crop & Horticultural Science 23(1): 73-84

Chemical thinning of apples. Revista Fruticola 13(2): 57-66

Chemical thinning of apples. Arboriculture Fruitiere ( 493): 25-29

Chemical thinning of chestnut tree coppices. Seizieme conference du COLUMA Journees internationales sur la lutte contre les mauvaises herbes, Reims, France, 6-8 decembre 1995 Tome 1: 147-154

Chemical thinning of peach trees: new perspectives. Infos Paris ( 110): 28-33

Chemical thinning of plum varieties. Horticultural Science 28(1/2): 35-39

Chemical thinning of stone fruits in California. Good Fruit Grower 47(7): 34-35, 43, 52

Chemical thinning of the apple tree: a technique which can no longer be disregarded. Fruit Belge 65(466): 51-54

Chemical transfer from soil solution to surface runoff. Water resources research 33(4): 809-815

Chemical transformation of lignin during the biodegradation and organosolv pulping of deciduous wood. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 31(4): 503-510

Chemical transport below the root zone as influenced by tillage practice. Clean water clean environment 21st century: team agriculture working to protect water resources Volume 3: practices, systems and adoption Proceedings Kansas City, Missouri, USA, 5-8 March 1995: 109-112

Chemical trapping of ternary complexes of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 integrase, divalent metal, and DNA substrates containing an abasic site.. Journal of Biological Chemistry 271(44): 27330-27338

Chemical treatment trials against the citrus leaf miner, Phyllocnistis citrella. Fruits Paris 51(4): 223-228

Chemical v/s hand weeding in young citrus and mango orchards. Revue Agricole et Sucriere de l' Ile Maurice 73(3): 44-47

Chemical wastes as sources of organic carbon for denitrification. Polish Journal of Environmental Studies 4(3): 5-7

Chemical weed control and economics in puddle-seeded rice. Annals of Agricultural Research 18(3): 351-356

Chemical weed control and fertilizer improve the growth of Pinus caribaea var. hondurensis during the first 20 months in a Piedmont plantation. Informe de Investigacion Forestal Smurfit Carton de Venezuela ( 8): 12 pp.

Chemical weed control for direct sowing. Avance Agroindustrial 17(67): 21-25

Chemical weed control in chickpeas. Popay, A J [Editor] Proceedings of the Forty Eighth New Zealand Plant Protection Conference 186-188

Chemical weed control in dry beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) in the state of Veracruz. Agronomia Mesoamericana 8(1): 53-58

Chemical weed control in garlic (Allium sativum L.) in Jordan. Crop Protection 15(1): 21-26

Chemical weed control in green forage grass field. Pratacultural Science 11(1): 19-22

Chemical weed control in guava. Horticultural Journal 10(1): 49-58

Chemical weed control in onion nursery grown for dry onion sets. Assiut Journal of Agricultural Sciences 26(1): 101-113

Chemical weed control in pear orchards of northern India. Acta Horticulturae ( 367): 331-341

Chemical weed control in pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan) intercropped with short-duration grain legumes. Indian Journal of Agronomy 41(4): 529-535

Chemical weed control in rainfed maize (Zea mays). Indian Journal of Agronomy 41(1): 51-53

Chemical weed control in sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam.) crop. Revista Ceres 41(233): 50-56

Chemical weed control in tree crops and vines. Informatore Agrario 50(43): 67-78

Chemical weed control in vineyards. Revue Suisse de Viticulture, d' Arboriculture et d' Horticulture 28(1): 75-79

Chemical weed control options for zero-tillage spring barley. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 76(2): 383-386

Chemical weed control studies under sole and intercropping systems in groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.). Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences 29(4): 320-326

Chemical weed management of vulpia. Plant Protection Quarterly 11(SUPPL 1): 211-212

Chemical weed management of wild oats. Plant Protection Quarterly 11(Suppl. 1): 190-192

Chemical, mineralogical, and compressibility characteristics of a collapsible lateritic soil from Minas Gerais, Brazil. Unsaturated soils Proceedings of the First International Conference, UNSAT' 95, Paris, France, 6-8 September 1995: volume 1: 39-44

Chemical, morphological and physiological identification of the influence of air pollution on Pinus brutia Ten. Environmental Technology 17(4): 445-447

Chemical, nutritional and microbiological evaluation of brewers' spent grain fractions and their utilization as high ingredients in some formulated foods. Alexandria Journal of Agricultural Research 40(2): 67-99

Chemical, physicochemical and technological characteristics of milk from buffaloes reared in some areas of Northern Italian. Industria del Latte 32(1/2): 43-58

Chemical, sensory and clinical characterization of lupin marmalades. Archivos Latinoamericanos de Nutricion 46(3): 234-237

Chemical-analytical characteristics of milk compounds associated with abnormal coagulation aspects. Latte 20(12): 1348-1353

Chemical-ionization mass spectra of diterpene alkaloids. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 31(1): 91-97

Chemical-mineralogical characteristics and parameters of potassium status of a Chernozem-like soil and solod. Eurasian Soil Science 27(11): 74-85

Chemical/biological mineralization method for measuring available nitrogen in soil. Sarhad Journal of Agriculture 11(3): 349-354

Chemically activated furfuryl alcohol-based wood adhesives. I. The role of furfuryl alcohol. Holzforschung 50(5): 470-476

Chemically controlling root escape in pot-in-pot production of river birch and Yoshino cherry. HortTechnology 6(1): 30-34

Chemically induced sarcomas from nude mice are more immunogenic than similar sarcomas from congenic normal mice. European Journal of Immunology 26(8): 1844-1850

Chemically inducible promoters in transgenic plants. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 7(2): 168-172

Chemically mediated associative learning in the host foraging behavior of the aphid parasitoid Aphidius ervi (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). Journal of Insect Behavior. July; 104: 509-522

Chemically mediated sexual attraction of male Cyclocephala lurida (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) and other scarabaeid beetles to immature stages. Environmental Entomology 24(5): 1302-1306

Chemically modified soy protein films. Transactions of the ASAE 38(6): 1805-1808

Chemically thinning spur 'Delicious' apples with carbaryl, NAA, and ethephon at various stages of fruit development. HortTechnology 6(3): 241-246

Chemically-acidified pizza cheese production and functionality. 5th Cheese Symposium, 11-13th March 1997: 24-30

Chemically-induced delayed cutaneous hypersensitivity in dogs infected with Demodex canis. Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 35(4): 843-851

Chemically-mediated attraction of three parasitoid species to mealybug-infested cassava leaves. Florida Entomologist 80(3): 383-395

Chemicals and allied products. Water Environment Research 69e: 613-20

Chemicals forms of heavy metals in agricultural landscape water. Polish Journal of Environmental Studies 5(6): 67-73

Chemicals on the leaf surface, information about the plant available to insects. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 80(1): 197-201

Chemicals used in southern forest nurseries. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 20(3): 127-135

Chemicals with oestrogenic effects in agriculture - sewage sludge and pesticides. SP Rapport Statens Planteavlsforsog ( 3): 7-20

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Chlorhexidine gluconate versus chloroxylenol for preoperative skin preparation in dogs. Veterinary Surgery 25(6): 487-494

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Chloride determination in particleboards, old wood and residues is possible in 15 minutes by means of a rapid test. Holz Zentralblatt 122(152): 2444

Chloride enhancement of wheat responses to ammonium nutrition. Soil Science Society of America Journal 60(2): 498-505

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Chloride mass-balance method for estimating ground water recharge in arid areas: examples from western Saudi Arabia. Journal of Hydrology Amsterdam 186(1/4): 153-159

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Chlorimuron ethyl sorption and desorption kinetics in soils and herbicide-desiccated cover crop residues. Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry 43(10): 2752-2757

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Chlorinated fatty acids - the major organochlorine compounds in fish. Scandinavian Journal of Nutrition/Naringsforskning 39(4): 170-174

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Chlorine dioxide spray washes for reducing fecal contamination on beef. Journal of Food Protection 58(12): 1294-1296

Chlorine dioxide use in pickling cucumber hydrocooler operations. Applied engineering in agriculture 12(6): 1015-1020

Chlorine dynamics and ambient toxicity in receiving streams. Ecological Applications 6(2): 458-471

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Chloroform extract of roots of Trichosanthes cucumerina Linn. as antibacterial against Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Indian Journal of Veterinary Research 5(1): 35-38

Chloroform levels in the drinking water of Hyderabad City, India. Environmental Monitoring & Assessment 45(2): 195-199

Chloroform mineralization by toluene-oxidizing bacteria. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 62(8): 2716-2722

Chlorogenic acid - an independent morphogenesis regulator or a cofactor. Acta Horticulturae ( 381): 405-412

Chloroguanide metabolism in relation to the efficacy in malaria prophylaxis and the S-mephenytoin oxidation in Tanzanians. Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics 59(3): 304-311

Chloronicotinyl insecticides. 8. Crystal and molecular structures of imidacloprid and analogous compounds. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 45(1): 276-281

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Chlorophyll alpha dimer: a possible primary electron donor for the photosystem II. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 94(8): 3504-3506

Chlorophyll a/b and catalase activity in four species of Amaranthus in relation to their tolerance to manganese. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 37(4): 259-263

Chlorophyll and carotenoid composition in leaves of Euonymus kiautschovicus acclimated to different degrees of light stress in the field. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 23(5): 649-659

Chlorophyll and carotenoid composition in virgin olive oils from various Spanish olive varieties. Journal of the Science of Food & Agriculture 72(1): 31-39

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Chlorophyll breakdown in ripening fruits of Capsicum annuum. Journal of Plant Physiology 150(6): 759-761

Chlorophyll breakdown in senescent chloroplasts. Cleavage of pheophorbide a in two enzymic steps. Plant Physiology 115(2): 669-676

Chlorophyll Breakdown in Senescent Leaves. Plant Physiology 112(4): 1403-1409

Chlorophyll concentration (SPAD) in leaves of dominant species of grasses as indicator of grassland production. Rostlinna Vyroba 42(10): 478-480

Chlorophyll content and leaf damage by Oulema larvae in winter wheat. Ochrana Rostlin 33(1): 9-15

Chlorophyll content and mineral composition of leaf scald infected rice leaves. Plant Disease Research 9(2): 207-208

Chlorophyll content in maize (Zea mays L.) leaves: physiological and seasonal variation. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 1(3): 189-194

Chlorophyll content in relation to white rust (Albugo candida) resistance in Indian mustard. Cruciferae Newsletter ( 19): 105-106

Chlorophyll content in sunflower leaves as related to seed development and plant senescence. Fiziologiya Rastenii (Moscow) 44(2): 242-247, March-April

Chlorophyll degradation in processed foods and senescent plant tissues. Trends in Food Science and Technology 7(1): 8-15

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Chlorophyll fluorescence and anthocyanin content in chilled maize plants after return to a non-chilling temperature under various irradiances. Biologia Plantarum (Prague) 38(4): 625-627

Chlorophyll fluorescence and gas exchanges in flooded soybean and sunflower plants. Plant Physiology & Biochemistry (Paris) 35(9): 713-717

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Chlorophyll fluorescence as a method to determine optimum harvest time of different apple cultivars. Erwerbsobstbau 38(5): 134-139

Chlorophyll fluorescence as an indicator of frost hardiness in white spruce seedlings from different latitudes. New forests 11(3): 233-253

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Chlorophyll fluorescence measurements for genetic analysis of maize cultivars. Photosynthetica (Prague) 32(4): 595-608

Chlorophyll fluorescence of Delicious apples at harvest as a potential predictor of superficial scald development during storage. Postharvest Biology and Technology 9(1): 1-6

Chlorophyll fluorescence quenching and CO2 exchange rate of mungbean (Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek) leaves without epidermis. Japanese Journal of Crop Science 65(4): 722-723

Chlorophyll fluorescence study of chloroplasts from fatty acid desaturation mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana. Photosynthesis: from light to biosphere Volume III Proceedings of the Xth International Photosynthesis Congress, Montpellier, France, 20-25 August 1995: 257-260

Chlorophyll fluorescence: its status and future as a rapid assay of plant stress. Environmental toxicology and risk assessment: 2nd vol: 123-133

Chlorophyll formation in the Lip1 mutant of pea. Photosynthesis: from light to biosphere Volume III Proceedings of the Xth International Photosynthesis Congress, Montpellier, France, 20-25 August 1995: 1005-1008

Chlorophyll meter and stalk nitrate techniques as complementary indices for residual nitrogen. Journal of Production Agriculture 10(1): 147-151

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Chlorophyll Synthesis in a Deetiolated (det340) Mutant of Arabidopsis without NADPH-Protochlorophyllide (PChlide) Oxidoreductase (POR) A and Photoactive PChlide-F655. Plant Cell 7(12): 2081-2090

Chlorophyll, ethylene and biomass determination in Prunus avium cv. Victoria cultivated in vitro under different atmospheric conditions. Journal of Horticultural Science 71(2): 249-255

Chlorophyll, morphological and seed-coat colour changes induced by ethyl-methanosulphonate in Phaseolus vulgaris cv. Ouro. Revista Ceres 42(240): 233-241

Chlorophyll-derived faecal pigment as an indicator of feed selection in dry-season tropical pastures. Tropical Agriculture 72(4): 303-307

Chlorophyllase activity in olive fruits and its relationship with the loss of chlorophyll pigments in the fruits and oils. Journal of the Science of Food & Agriculture 72(3): 291-294

Chlorophyllase and peroxidase activity during degreening of maturing canola (Brassica napus) and mustard (Brassica juncea) seed. Physiologia Plantarum 97(2): 353-359

Chlorophylls and carotenoids in calli of sugar beet genotypes. Biologia Plantarum (Prague) 38(4): 621-624

Chlorophylls, carotenoids, proteins and secondary metabolites in leaves of 14 species of mangrove . Bulletin of Marine Science 58(3): 654-659

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Chloroplast DNA and isozyme evidence on the evolution of Senecio vulgaris (Asteraceae). Plant Systematics and Evolution 206(1/4): 375-392

Chloroplast DNA and nuclear DNA content variations among cultivars of switchgrass, Panicum virgatum L. Crop Science 36(4): 1049-1052

Chloroplast DNA diversity in Eucalyptus nitens. Baradat, P [Editor], Adams, W T [Editor], Mueller-Starck, G [Editor] Population genetics and genetic conservation of forest trees 267-275

Chloroplast DNA intraspecific phylogeography of plants from the Pacific Northwest of North America. Plant Systematics & Evolution 206(1-4): 353-373

Chloroplast DNA phylogeny, reticulate evolution, and biogeography of Paeonia (Paeoniaceae). American Journal of Botany 84(8): 1120-1120

Chloroplast DNA phylogeography and cytotype geography in autopolyploid Plantago media. Molecular Ecology 6(4): 345-352

Chloroplast DNA phylogeography of the common beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) in Europe. Evolution 50(6): 2515-2520

Chloroplast DNA probes as an aid in the molecular classification of Malus species. Scientia Horticulturae (Amsterdam) 70(1): 81-86

Chloroplast DNA restriction analysis and the infrageneric grouping of Allium (Alliaceae). Plant Systematics and Evolution 200(3/4): 253-261

Chloroplast DNA restriction fragment variation among strawberry (Fragaria spp.) taxa. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 122(1): 63-68

Chloroplast DNA restriction site study of Verbesina (Asteraceae: Heliantheae). American Journal of Botany 84(3): 382-382

Chloroplast DNA variability in wild and cultivated rice (Oryza spp.) revealed by polymorphic chloroplast simple sequence repeats. Genome 40(1): 104-110

Chloroplast DNA variation and evolution in the genus Lens Mill. Theoretical and applied genetics 94(3-4): 452-457

Chloroplast DNA variation and the recent radiation of the giant senecios (Asteraceae) on the tall mountains of eastern Africa. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 92(22): 10349-10353

Chloroplast DNA variation in sour cherry. Acta Horticulturae ( 410): 115-120

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Chloroplast arrangement along intercellular air spaces. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 44(1): 1-9

Chloroplast control of nuclear gene expression. Photosynthesis: from light to biosphere Volume III Proceedings of the Xth International Photosynthesis Congress, Montpellier, France, 20-25 August 1995: 543-550

Chloroplast Distribution in Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Depends on Light Conditions during Growth. Plant Physiology 111(2): 419-425

Chloroplast genome differences between Paspalum dilatatum Poir and the related species P. notatum Flugge. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 95(4): 696-701

Chloroplast mRNA 3'-end processing by a high molecular weight protein complex is regulated by nuclear encoded RNA binding proteins. Embo Journal 15(5): 1132-1141

Chloroplast Movement in the Shade Plant Tradescantia albiflora Helps Protect Photosystem II against Light Stress. Plant Physiology 111(3): 867-875

Chloroplast ribosomal protein genes encoded in rice nuclear genome. International Rice Research Notes 21(2-3): 21

Chloroplast rps16 intron phylogeny of the tribe Sileneae (Caryophyllaceae). Plant Systematics and Evolution 206(1/4): 393-410

Chloroplast structure in northern plants in relation to chloroplast adaptation to arctic conditions. Russian Journal of Plant Physiology 43(3): 325-330

Chloroplast ultrastructural and chlorophyll content changes of leaves in peanut plant caused by iron-deficiency. Memoirs of the College of Agriculture, National Taiwan University 36(1): 19-32

Chloroplast ultrastructure and dedifferentiation in tissue cultures of Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni. Journal of Tropical and Subtropical Botany 3(1): 41-48

Chloroplast ultrastructure of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.) cultivated in normal and elevated CO2 concentrations with two contrasted nitrogen supplies. Journal of Experimental Botany 46(293): 1797-1802

Chloroplast-DNA variation in the genus Lotus (Fabaceae) and further evidence regarding the maternal parentage of Lotus corniculatus L. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 95(4): 629-636

Chloroplast-dependent and light-independent expression of the tobacco rbcS promoter-GUS chimeric gene in black spruce. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 26(6): 909-917

Chloroplast-nucleus co-operative interaction and change of morphogenesis caused by ethephon. Photosynthesis: from light to biosphere Volume V Proceedings of the Xth International Photosynthesis Congress, Montpellier, France, 20-25 August, 1995: 463-466

Chloroplastic aspartate aminotransferase from Arabidopsis thaliana: an examination of the relationship between the structure of the gene and the spatial structure of the protein. Biochemical Journal 319: 969-976

Chloroquine bioassay of plasma specimens obtained from soldiers on chloroquine plus doxycycline for malaria prophylaxis. International Journal for Parasitology 26(11): 1325-1329

Chloroquine induces human mononuclear phagocytes to inhibit and kill Cryptococcus neoformans by a mechanism independent of iron deprivation. Journal of Clinical Investigation 100(6): 1640-1646

Chloroquine inhibits processing of tumor necrosis factor in lipopolysaccharide-stimulated RAW 264.7 macrophages. Journal of Immunology 158(10): 4901-4907

Chloroquine inhibits stimulated platelets at the arachidonic acid pathway. Thrombosis Research 77(6): 531-542

Chloroquine maculopathy and malaria prophylaxis. Journal Francais d' Ophtalmologie 19(12): 770-776

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Chloroquine pruritus: A possible fixed cutaneous reaction. International Journal of Dermatology 35(5): 323-324

Chloroquine resistance is not associated with drug metabolism in Plasmodium falciparum. Journal of Parasitology 81(6): 1004-1008

Chloroquine sensitive Plasmodium falciparum and P. vivax in central Java, Indonesia. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 90(4): 412-413

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Chloroquine versus amodiaquine in the treatment of Plasmodium falciparum malaria in northeast India. Indian Journal of Medical Research 102: 119-123

Chloroquine-induced vitiligo. A case report and review of the literature. Acta Dermato-Venereologica 76(2): 166-167

Chlorosis in lentil. I. Association of chlorosis with iron deficiency in the plants. Lens Newsletter 22(1/2): 28-29

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Chlorosis of sequentially older leaves of Poa pratensis induced by biologically active products of Bipolaris sorokiniana. Journal of Phytopathology (Berlin) 144(11-12): 565-569

Chlorosis, photosynthesis, and transpiration of azalea leaves after azalea lace bug (Heteroptera: Tingidae) feeding injury. Journal of Economic Entomology 89(4): 990-995

Chlorothalonil. Environmental Health Criteria ( 183): 145 pp.

Chlorothalonil binding to aquatic humic substances assessed from gas purge studies. Journal of Environmental Science & Health Part B Pesticides Food Contaminants & Agricultural Wastes 31(6): 1155-1170

Chlorothalonil versus horticultural oil: phytotoxicity to rose foliage. Plant Disease 80(4): 347

Chlorotic lesion response of maize to Cercospora zeae-maydis and its effect on gray leaf spot disease. Phytopathology 86(7): 733-738

Chlorotic streak of bell pepper: a new toxicogenic disorder induced by feeding of the silverleaf whitefly, Bemisia argentifolii. Plant Disease 80(7): 822

Chlorotoluron metabolism in leaves of resistant and susceptible biotypes of the grass weed Alopecurus myosuroides. Pesticide Science 47(2): 185-190

Chlorotoluron resistance identification and genetic analysis in wild emmer wheat (Triticum dicoccoides). Proceedings of the second international weed control congress, Copenhagen, Denmark, 25-28 June 1996: Volumes 1-4: 523-528

Chlorpromazine induced in vitro bud break in Rosa hybrida cv. Landora. Orissa Journal of Horticulture 1996?; 20(2): 8-16

Chlorpyrifos (Dursban)-associated birth defects: report of four cases. Archives of Environmental Health 51(1): 5-8

Chlorpyrifos in the air and surface water of Chesapeake Bay: predictions of atmospheric deposition fluxes. Environmental Science and Technology 31(5): 1390-1398

Chlorpyrifos interferes with cell development in rat brain regions. Brain Research Bulletin 43(2): 179-189

Chlorpyrifos oxon interacts with the mammalian multidrug resistance protein, P-glycoprotein. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 47(4): 395-407

Chlorsulfuron decreases both assimilate export by source leaves and import by sink leaves in canola (Brassica napus L.) seedlings. Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 56(2): 141-148

Chlorsulfuron reduces rates of zinc uptake by wheat seedlings from solution culture. Plant & Soil 188(2): 309-317

Chlorsulfuron residues are not accumulating in soils of southern Queensland. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 36(2): 223-228

Chlortetracycline, oxytetracycline, and tetracycline in edible animal tissues, liquid chromatographic method: collaborative study. Journal of Aoac International 79(2): 405-417

Choanephora fruit rot of bhindi. Journal of Tropical Agriculture 31(1): 127

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

Chocolate: a sex-linked recessive plumage colour mutant of the domestic fowl. British Poultry Science 37(4): 867-868

Choice among the pot fillers. Milk Industry International 99(1): 30-31

Choice and management of farm machinery by computer. Agrociencia 30(1): 83-89

Choice and preparation of an area for integrated monitoring of the effects of air pollution on ecosystems in Slovenia. Zbornik Gozdarstva in Lesarstva, Ljubljana ( 49): 161-186

Choice between a single trait or a multitrait model in selection for litter size in pigs. Investigacion Agraria Produccion y Sanidad Animales 11(2): 97-112

Choice between good and very good. Proeftuinnieuws 6(23): 46-47

Choice factors and alternative activities for riverboat gamblers. Journal of Travel Research 34(3): 24-29

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Choice feeding of broilers whole maize or whole sorghum as an energy source. Pluimvee Bulletin ( MAY): 248-249

Choice of a feed with or without incorporation of triiodothyronine (T3) by normal-sized or dwarf (dw) chickens. Annales de Zootechnie 45(3): 277-281

Choice of a rainfall-runoff model for complex hydrological conditions. Journal of hydrology 176(1-4): 227-247

Choice of anti-erosion measures on arable land. Zemledelie ( 5): 4-6

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Choice of colour mutants of Jonagold becomes simpler. Wilmuta is fading. Fruitteelt Den Haag 85(31): 14-16

Choice of cultivar with kohlrabi. Mededeling Provinciaal Onderzoek en Voorlichtingscentrum voor Land en Tuinbouw, Beitem Roeselare ( 373): 4 pp.