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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 2885

Chapter 2885 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Larval nests of Yponomeuta Latr. (Lepidoptera, Yponomeutidae) and spiders (Araneae) on heckberry (Prunus padus L.) and spindle tree (Euonymus europaeus L.) in the Lower Ticino Valley (Pavia, Italy). Bollettino dell' Istituto di Entomologia ' Guido Grandi' della Universita degli Studi di Bologna ( 48): 203-209

Larval ontogeny and survivorship of eastern tent caterpillar colonies. Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera No. 32: 89-98

Larval parasitic nematodes infecting marine crustaceans in Eastern Canada. 3. Hysterothylacium aduncum. Journal of the Helminthological Society of Washington 63(1): 12-18

Larval population of Leucinodes orbonalis Guen. in different brinjal cultivars. Journal of Research, Birsa Agricultural University 7(1): 79-81

Larval population of chironomids (Diptera) in two principal rice growing seasons in West Bengal. Journal of Bengal Natural History Society 14(2): 15-28

Larval pupation site preference and its relationship to the glue proteins in a few species of Drosophila. Genome 39(1): 105-111

Larval rearing and weaning techniques for white bass Morone chrysops. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 27(2): 194-201

Larval rearing of the grouper Epinephelus suillus under laboratory conditions. Aquaculture 150(1/2): 63-76

Larval salivary gland chromosomes of Simulium (Simulium) eximium (Diptera: Simuliidae) from Java and Sumatra, Indonesia, with implication of sibling speciation. Medical Entomology and Zoology. June; 472: 139-144

Larval salivary gland chromosomes of the blackfly, Simulium (Gomphostilbia) sundaicum (Diptera: Simuliidae) from Java, Indonesia. Medical Entomology and Zoology. March; 471: 55-61

Larval salivary gland chromosomes of the blackfly, Simulium (Gomphostilbia) yaeyamaense (Diptera: Simuliidae) from Ryukyu Islands, Japan. Japanese Journal of Sanitary Zoology. September 15; 463: 235-239

Larval salivary gland proteins of the sheep nasal bot fly, (Oestrus ovis L.), are major immunogens in infested sheep. Veterinary Parasitology 60(3/4): 273-282

Larval somatic antigens effective in inducing an IgG response and protection against Strongyloides papillosus infection. Journal of Helminthology 70(3): 231-235

Larval stages of Ancylis tineana (Hubner) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) - anomalous behaviour for an Ancylis species. Entomologist' s Gazette 47(1): 17-18

Larval stages of digenean trematodes in Chilina sp. (Mollusca, Pulmonata) from some water-bodies in Patagonia, Argentina. Boletin Chileno de Parasitologia 50(1/2): 33-36

Larval stages of the predatory hoverflies Trichopsomyia flavitarsis (Meigen), Platycheirus melanopsis Loew and Parasyrphus nigritarsis (Zetterstedt) (Diptera: Syrphidae). Entomologist' s Gazette 48(2): 127-134

Larval stages of trematodes from freshwater molluscs of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. Folia Parasitologica (Ceske Budejovice) 44(2): 109-127

Larval survival on wheat plants carrying resistance genes to Hessian fly (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) in Morocco. Arab Journal of Plant Protection 13(2): 103-105

Larval susceptibility status of Anopheles stephensi against temephos in Madras, Tamil Nadu. Journal of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Monitoring 5(2): 139-142

Larval toxicity of ivermectin (MK-933) to Malaysian mosquitoes. Tropical Biomedicine 12(1): 87-89

Larval toxocarosis in childhood. Helminthologia (Bratislava) 33(4): 187-193

Larval trematodes (Digenea) of the families Diplostomidae, Strigeidae and Echinostomidae in the Patagonian region of Argentina. Boletin Chileno de Parasitologia 50(1/2): 28-33

Larvanem: a solution to Otiorhynchus for many crops. Informatore Agrario 50(35): 87

Larvicidal activities of extracts from domestic and Japanese plants against the pine needle gall midge (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae). Korean Journal of Applied Entomology 35(2): 153-158

Larvicidal activity of Bacillus thuringiensis natural isolates; indigenous to Japan, against two nematoceran insect pests occurring in urban sewage environments. Microbiological Research 151(3): 263-271

Larvicidal activity of Myxococcus fulvus NK35 on larvae of Culex fatigans and Aedes aegypti. Journal of Environmental Biology 13(4): 323-331

Larvicidal activity of a few plant extracts against Culex quinquefasciatus and Anopheles stephensi. Indian Journal of Malariology 32(1): 14-23

Larvicidal activity of fungal isolates Beauveria bassiana, Metarhizium anisopliae and Aspergillus flavus against Culex pipiens. Goel, S C [Editor] Insect and Environment; Biological control of insect pests 145-150

Larvicidal and amoebicidal activities of 'pyrethrins' extracted from plant sources other than pyrethrum, Chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium Vis. Pyrethrum Post 19(2): 54-60

Larvicidal constituents of Melantheria albinervia. Planta Medica 61(6): 562-563

Larvicidal effect of Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis on Tabanus triceps (Thunberg) (Diptera: Tabanidae). Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 34(11): 1155-1157

Larvicidal effectiveness of doramectin against natural warble (Hypoderma tarandi) and throat bot (Cephenemyia trompe) infections in reindeer. Medical and Veterinary Entomology 10(4): 395-396

Larvicidal efficacy of Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis and Bacillus sphaericus on Anopheles arabiensis in Ethiopia. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 13(1): 21-24

Larvicidal oils modify the oviposition behavior of Culex mosquitoes. Journal of Vector Ecology 21(1): 60-65

Larvicidal role of Clerodendrum infortunatum as intestinal toxicant of Anopheles subpictus larvae. Environment and Ecology 14(2): 473-474

Larviculture of the fairy shrimp, Streptocephalus proboscideus (Crustacea: Anostraca): effect of food concentration and physical and chemical properties of the culture medium. Hydrobiologia 298(1/3): 159-165

Larvivorous potential of different stages of Culex tigripes (Diptera, Culicidae) in the prospective of its use in biological control of malaria vectors. Tropicultura 14(1): 13-16

Larvivorous potential of some indigenous fishes of Doon Valley with special reference to their efficacy in control of anophelines. Journal of Parasitology and Applied Animal Biology 5(1): 49-55

Laryngeal and pharyngeal dysfunction in horses homozygous for hyperkalemic periodic paralysis. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 209(4): 798-803

Laryngeal diphtheria in cattle. Cattle Practice 4(2): 193-200

Laryngeal leishmaniasis as initial opportunistic disease in HIV infection. Journal of Laryngology and Otology 108(12): 1089-1092

Laryngeal paralysis in a 10-week-old Rottweiler puppy: case report. Praktische Tierarzt 76(12): 1075-1076

Laryngeal paralysis in the dog: retrospective study of crico-arytenoid laryngoplasty in fourteen dogs. Point Veterinaire 27(174): 1047-1057

Laryngeal rhinosporidiosis. Journal of the Indian Medical Association 94(4): 148, 150-148, 150

Laryngo-pharyngeal desensitization following a prosthetic laryngoplasty. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 16(3): 120-122

Las Vegas Lodging Market: Boom or bust?. HVS Journal 1997( JANUARY): 1-3

Lasalocid and particle size of corn grain for dairy cows in early lactation. 1. Effect on performance, serum metabolites, and nutrient digestibility. Journal of Dairy Science 79(4): 557-564

Lasalocid and particle size of corn grain for dairy cows in early lactation. 2. Effect on ruminal measurements and feeding behavior. Journal of Dairy Science 79(4): 565-574

Lasalocid effects on ruminal degradation of protein and postruminal supply of amino acids in Holstein steers. Journal of Dairy Science 79(10): 1802-1808

Laser biostimulation of mulberry (Morus alba L.) mature cuttings. Nauka za Gorata 32(1): 3-11

Laser desorption Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry of selected pesticides extracted on C18 silica solid-phase extraction membranes. Analyst 121(10): 1429-1433

Laser diagnostics of the surface state of fruits and vegetables. Russian Agricultural Sciences ( 4): 35-39

Laser elevation measurements of a smectite-rich mudrock following freeze-thawing and wet-drying cycles. Soil Technology 8(2): 161-175

Laser grain-size determination in soil genetic studies. 1. Practical problems. Soil Science 162(3): 211-218

Laser induced thermotherapy (LITT) - in vitro and in vivo investigations of canine mammary tumours. Kleintierpraxis 41(12): 871...880

Laser light sheet method. Application for the study of emissions and immissions in animal husbandry. Landtechnik 51(1): 22-23

Laser microbeams for the manipulation of plant cells and subcellular structures. Plant Science (Shannon) 113(1): 1-11

Laser microsurgery of higher plant cell walls permits patch-clamp access. Plant Physiology 110: 1063-1068

Laser scanning estimation of relative light interception by canopy components in different grapevine training systems. Vitis 35(4): 177-182

Laser spectroscopy in environmental analysis. GIT Fachzeitschrift fur das Laboratorium 39(2): 117-118, 121-123

Laser system for the movement track of a horizontal spray boom: equipment, methodology and first experimental results. Rivista di Ingegneria Agraria 26(3): 129-136

Laser treatment of seed of some lucerne cultivars. Godisen Zbornik na Zemjodelskiot Fakultet Univerzitet, St Kiril i Metodij, Skopje 40: 99-106

Laser two-photon ionization of pyrene on contaminated soils. Analytical Chemistry 68(19): 3359-3363

Laser-based measuring equipment for the analysis of size and velocity distribution of liquid drops. International Plant Propagators' Society: Combined Proceedings 44: 218-220

Laser-induced chlorophyll fluorescence ratio in certain plants exhibiting leaf heliotropism. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 24(2): 159-164

Lasiodiplodia theobromae isolated from a subcutaneous abscess in a Cambodian immigrant to Australia. Journal of Medical and Veterinary Mycology 34(4): 279-283

Last exit: senescence, abscission, and meristem arrest in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 9(7): 1169-1179

Last resorts: the cost of tourism in the Caribbean. Last resorts: the cost of tourism in the Caribbean: xiii + 220 pp.

Last round up for weeds. Feedback London ( 21): 14-15

Last-male sperm precedence does not break down when females mate with three males. Ecological Entomology 21(3): 303-304

Lasting effects of monensin on rumen and caecal fermentation in sheep fed a high grain diet. Animal Feed Science & Technology 62(2-4): 215-228

Lasting solutions - governments and communities re-examine their roles. Waterlines 15(2): 2-3

Late Eocene-Early Oligocene paleofloristic patterns in southern Mississippi and Alabama, US Gulf Coast. Review of Palaeobotany & Palynology 91(1-4): 23-34

Late Holocene palynology and palaeovegetation of tephra-bearing mires at Papamoa and Waihi Beach, western Bay of Plenty, North Island, New Zealand. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 25(2): 283-300

Late Holocene vegetation history and the activity of man in the Tapolca Basin. Annales Historico Naturales Musei Nationalis Hungarici 88: 21-29

Late Pleistocene and Holocene floras of Siberia. Botanicheskii Zhurnal (St Petersburg) 81(12): 37-48, Dec

Late Quaternary, redeposited loess-soil developmental sequences, South Yemen. Geoderma 70(1): 21-36

Late autumn culture of cauliflowers: cultivar research. Mededeling Provinciaal Onderzoek en Voorlichtingscentrum voor Land en Tuinbouw, Beitem Roeselare ( 366): 4 pp.

Late blight breeding at CIP: progress to date. CIP Circular 21(1): 2-5

Late blight control in potato. Research and development of potato production in Pakistan Proceedings of the National Seminar held at NARC, Islamabad, Pakistan 23-25 April, 1995: 312-316

Late blight of potato and tomato and its control in the home garden. Extension Bulletin Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture and Home Economics, Washington State University ( EB0958): 4 pp.

Late blight resistant varieties for Cameroon. American Potato Journal 72(9): 513-522

Late development kwashiorkor: a consequence of family disintegration. Medecine d' Afrique Noire 43(2): 79-81

Late diagnosis of Lyme disease after rupture of a popliteal cyst. Annales de Medecine Interne 146(3): 208-209

Late embryo and early fetal mortality in the cow. Animal Breeding Abstracts 65(3): 167-175

Late embryo-defective mutants of Arabidopsis. Developmental genetics6(4): 311-320

Late embryogenesis abundant protein in Arabidopsis thaliana homologous to carrot ECP31. Physiologia Plantarum 98(3): 661-666

Late estrus or metestrus insemination after estrual inseminations decreases farrowing rate and litter size in swine. Journal of Animal Science 75(9): 2323-2327

Late failure of surgical treatment for bioprosthetic valve endocarditis due to Candida tropicalis. Clinical Infectious Diseases 22(2): 380-381

Late growth in starch potatoes. SP Rapport Statens Planteavlsforsog ( 5): 15 pp.

Late harvest of carrots is the most reliable remedy for high nitrate levels. Gartenbaumagazin ( 3): 42-44

Late harvest, high CO2 storage increase internal browning of Fuji apples. California Agriculture 50(3): 26-28

Late leaf spot, southern stem rot, and peanut yield responses to rates of cyproconazole and chlorothalonil applied alone and in combination. Plant Disease 79(11): 1121-1125

Late leafspot monitoring associated with climatic parameters to predict chemical control on peanut. Fitopatologia Brasileira 22(3): 419-426

Late neolithic deer keds (Lipoptena cervi) in the accompanying equipment of a human mummy from a glacier. Tierarztliche Praxis 24(6): 549-551

Late onset Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia following allogeneic bone marrow transplantation. Bone Marrow Transplantation 17(6): 1057-1059

Late onset haemorrhagic disease in premature infants who received intravenous vitamin K1. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 32(3): 268-269

Late postnatal transmission of HIV-1 and early weaning. Lancet 350(9072): 221-221

Late results of conservative and operative treatment of cauda equina syndrome in dogs. Zbornik Veterinarske Fakultete Univerza Ljubljana 34(1): 109-119

Late reversion events can mimic imprinting of restorer-of-fertility genes in cms-S maize. Maydica 42(2): 163-172

Late season control of boll weevil. 1996 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, Nashville, TN, USA, January 9-12, 1996: Volume 2: 982-983

Late season foliar fertilization of cotton with potassium nitrate in Arkansas. 1995 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, San Antonio, TX, USA, January 4-7, 1995: Volume 2: 1318-1320

Late season water stress in cotton: I. Plant growth, water use, and yield. Crop Science 36(4): 914-921

Late season water stress in cotton: II. Leaf gas exchange and assimilation capacity. Crop Science 36(4): 922-928

Late season weed suppression from dry bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) cultivars. Weed Technology 10(4): 699-704

Late stone-age coprolite reveals evidence of prehistoric parasitism. South African Medical Journal 86(3): 274-275

Late summer water status of soils and weathered bedrock in a giant sequoia grove. Soil Science 160(6): 415-422

Late toxoplasmosis evidenced by PCR in a marrow transplant recipient. Bone Marrow Transplantation 15(5): 809-811

Late treatment with antivenom in prolonged red-back spider envenomation. Medical Journal of Australia 161(6): 379-381

Late ventricular potentials and antimalarial treatment with halofantrine. Presse Medicale 23(31): 1450-1451

Late-Holocene light-ring chronologies from subfossil black spruce stems in mires of subarctic Quebec. Holocene 7(2): 129-137

Late-Pleistocene cryogenesis and modern soil formation in the southern taiga zone (with special reference to Vladimir Opol'e). Eurasian Soil Science 29(9): 984-991

Late-Quaternary climate and forest history. Commonwealth Forestry Review 75(1): 6-11, 110, 113

Late-frost damage in south-west Germany in May 1995. AFZ/Der Wald, Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift fur Waldwirtschaft und Umweltvorsorge 50(23): 1282-1286

Late-gestation treatment of pregnant cows with trenbolone acetate does not increase subsequent growth of heifer calves. Journal of Animal Science 75(5): 1190-1194

Late-glacial and early Holocene vegetation of Snowdonia. New Phytologist 132(2): 343-353

Late-glacial palynology of the Myrtaceae of southern Chile. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 91(1-4): 283-315

Late-season management of alfalfa in irrigated valleys of the Intermountain West. Journal of Production Agriculture 10(1): 96-101

Latencies of behavioral response to interception of filaments of sex pheromone and clean air influence flight track shape in Heliothis virescens (F.) males. Journal of Comparative Physiology A Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology. June; 1786: 831-847

Latency and reactivation of JC virus in peripheral blood of human immunodeficiency virus type 1-infected patients. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 35(9): 2288-2292

Latency of the jaw-opening reflex in the premature, preweaning and adolescent pig (Hanford strain miniature pig, Sus scrofa). Archives of Oral Biology 40(12): 1133-1135

Latent Epstein-Barr virus infection demonstrated in low-grade leiomyosarcomas of adults with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, but not in adjacent Kaposi's lesion or smooth muscle tumors in immunocompetent patients. Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine 121(8): 834-838

Latent activity of nuclear polyhedrosis virus and two synthetic pyrethroids applied in simultaneous and sequential regimes on the cotton leafworm, S. littoralis in laboratory. Arab Universities Journal of Agricultural Sciences 4(1/2): 163-175

Latent and potential coeliac disease. Acta Paediatrica Supplement 0(412): 10-14

Latent and sensible heat flux predictions from a uniform pine forest using surface renewal and flux variance methods. Boundary Layer Meteorology 80(3): 249-282

Latent effect of insect growth regulators against the rice-moth Corcyra cephalonica (Stnt.) (Lepidoptera-Galleriidae). Egyptian Journal of Agricultural Research 1996; 71(1): 185-193

Latent effects of some organophosphorus insecticides on Spodoptera littoralis Boisd. Egyptian Journal of Agricultural Research 1996; 70(2): 435-442

Latent heat fluxes from developing canopy partitioned by energy balance-combination models. Evapotranspiration and irrigation scheduling Proceedings of the International Conference, San Antonio, Texas, USA, November 3-6, 1996: 606-612

Latent infection of Pseudomonas batatae and resistant response of sweet potato varieties. Plant Protection 20(3): 9-10

Latent larval cuticular phenoloxidase in the coconut pest, Oryctes rhinoceros. Archives of Insect Biochemistry & Physiology 33(1): 27-38

Latent oxidative stress responses of ozone-fumigated cucumber plants are enhanced by simultaneous cold exposures. Zeitschrift fuer Naturforschung Section C Journal of Biosciences 51(5-6): 355-362

Latentiation of chemotherapeutics agents. Part 2: Synthesis of oxidized cellulose imine derivatives with antimalarials. Starch/Starke 49(2): 66-70

Later fertilization of haploid egg cells - a modern route to better bees?. Deutsches Bienen Journal 4(8): 6-11

Lateral approach for endoscopic removal of solitary osteochondromas from the distal radial metaphysis in three horses. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 210(8): 1166-1168

Lateral canthus entropion in the dog, Part 2: Surgical correction. Results and follow-up from 21 cases. Veterinary and Comparative Ophthalmology 5(3): 162-169

Lateral collateral ligament avulsion of the joint in a horse. Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound 38(1): 50-54

Lateral edge nail involvement indicates poor prognosis for treating onychomycosis with the new systemic antifungals. Acta Dermato-Venereologica 76(1): 82-83

Lateral effect: what's known and unknown. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 972034): 9 pp.

Lateral exploration of fistulas developing after total ear canal ablations: 10 cases (1989-1993). Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association 32(6): 527-530

Lateral hydraulic conductivity in glacial till. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 942048): 10 pp.

Lateral hypothalamic NMDA receptors and glutamate as physiological mediators of eating and weight control. American Journal of Physiology 270(2 Pt 2): R443-R449

Lateral parabrachial nucleus and serotonergic mechanisms in the control of salt appetite in rats. American Journal of Physiology 270(1 Pt 2): R162-R168

Lateral pharyngeal fat pad pressure during breathing in anesthetized pigs. Journal of Applied Physiology 83(3): 688-694

Lateral pressure of unsaturated expansive clay in looped stress path. Unsaturated soils Proceedings of the First International Conference, UNSAT' 95, Paris, France, 6-8 September 1995: volume 1: 95-100

Lateral resistance and fracture modes of nailed timber joints III. Numerical analyses of maximum lateral resistance of nailed timber-plywood joints. Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 42(12): 1195-1201

Lateral resistance of wood based shear walls with oversized sheathing panels. International Council for Building Research Studies and Documentation Working Commission W18 Timber structures Meeting 29, Bordeaux, France, August 1996: 15 pp.

Lateral resource flow and capture - the key to scaling up agroforestry results. Agroforestry Forum 7(3): 27-31

Lateral root development and hydraulic conductance in four populations of Gutierrezia sarothrae. Environmental & Experimental Botany 36(2): 157-165

Lateral root development in several food legume species. Report of the Tokai Branch of the Crop Science Society of Japan ( 118): 43-44

Lateral root initiation in seedlings of Triticum aestivum (Poaceae). Botanicheskii Zhurnal 81(5): 47-51

Lateral shoot development in six diverse seedling populations of apple. Fruit Varieties Journal 49(4): 248-254

Lateral transmission of in-contact vaccination against Newcastle disease in broilers: effect of ratio and density. Jurnal Ilmu Ternak dan Veteriner 1(3): 178-184

Laterally applied Ethrel causes local increases in radial growth and indole-3-acetic acid concentration in Abies balsamea shoots. Tree Physiology 16(5): 509-513

Latest advances in sawmilling. Anais do Seminario Internacional de Utilizacao da Madeira de Eucalipto para Serraria, 05 e 06 de abril de 1995, Auditorio da Divisao de Mecanica e Eletricidade do IPT Sao Paulo, Brazil: 68-73

Latest developments from Hoyer. Scandinavian Dairy Information 9(4): 24

Latest developments from Tetra Pak Hoyer. Danish Dairy and Food Industry Worldwide 10: 48-49

Latest developments in apple production and management in Japan. Compact Fruit Tree 29: 133-138

Latest developments. Computer systems update. Milk Industry International 98(6): 19, 21-23, 25, 27

Latest findings on the harvest of cassava roots according to the dig and pull principle. Acta Horticulturae ( 380): 293-296

Latest in the prevention and treatment of atherosclerosis, ischaemic heart disease, hypertension and other disorders. Voprosy Pitaniya ( 4): 33-34

Latest information on the white rot fungus (Phellinus pini) and conclusions for its control. Beitrage fur Forstwirtschaft und Landschaftsokologie 31(1): 17-21

Latest insights into water and nutrient control in soilless cultivation. Acta Horticulturae ( 408): 47-61

Latest results and activities of the hydatidosis/echinococcosis control programme in Aragon. inverted ?Que hay de nuevo en hidatidologia? XI Reunion cientifica nacional de la Asociacion Espanola de Hidatidologia, Leon, 13 y 14 de Octubre de 1995: 29-36

Latest results in the rearing of the parasitoid Exorista larvarum (L.) on oligidic diets. Bollettino dell' Istituto di Entomologia `Guido Grandi' della Universita degli Studi di Bologna ( 50): 143-153

Latest results with trunk exclusion barriers for weevil control on apples. Deciduous Fruit Grower 46(8): 284-287

Latest statistics of Russian wool textile industry. Wool and Woollens of India 33(2): 27-30

Latest technology at Wiseman. Milk Industry International 98(5, Technical and Research Supplement): 5-6

Latest weapons in the war on lice. Fish Farmer 18(2): 53-55

Latewood density in relation to wood fibre diameter, wall thickness, and fibre and vessel percentages in Quercus robur L. IAWA Journal 18(2): 127-138

Latex agglutination test for canine parvovirus. Australian Veterinary Journal 73(6): 215-217

Latex diagnosis in early tapping of three-part-trees of rubber: prospects for use in the early selection of crown and panel clones. Agrotropica 7(3): 49-62

Lathyrine biosynthesis and the origin of the precursor 2-amino-4-carboxypyrimidine in Lathyrus tingitanus. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 43(5): 1029-1031

Latin America and the geographical priorities of multinational agro-industries. Geoforum 27(1): 39-52

Latin America's sugar production and export prospects. Sugar y Azucar 91(9): 14-19

Latin American Conference on Animal Production. 19th Argentine Congress on Animal Production. Revista Argentina de Produccion Animal 15(2): x + 345 pp.

Latin American broadcasting: from tango to telenovela. Latin American broadcasting: from tango to telenovela: 144 pp.

Latin American deforestation and sustainability prospects. Sustainable forestry challenges for developing countries: 199-228

Latin American environmental policy in international perspective. Latin American environmental policy in international perspective: xii + 292 pp.

Latin American forestry situation. World Agricultural Production ( 11): 54-57

Latin American regional initiatives in agricultural information. Quarterly Bulletin of IAALD 41(1): 63-66

Latin American society. Latin American society (Ed. 2): xii + 276 pp.

Latin-America: focus on the broiler industry. Zootecnica International 20(7): 40-47

Latitudinal Adh allozymic variation and ethanol tolerance in Indian populations of Drosophila melanogaster. Zeitschrift fuer Zoologische Systematik und Evolutionsforschung 32(1): 64-72

Latitudinal and altitudinal clines for cyanogenesis in naturalized populations of white clover (Trifolium repens L.) in Japan. Grassland Science 42(3): 242-246

Latitudinal and altitudinal variation of bud burst in western populations of sessile oak (Quercus petraea (Matt.) Liebl.). Annales des Sciences Forestieres 53(2/3): 775-782

Latitudinal and meridional regularities in distribution of phytomass reserves, organic matter in soil, and primary production of terrestrial ecosystems in the north of Russia from the Kola Peninsula to the Chukot Peninsula. Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin 50(3): 42-46

Latitudinal comparison of altitudinal changes in forest structure, leaf-type, and species richness in humid monsoon Asia. Vegetatio 121(1-2): 3-10

Latitudinal gradients in North American braconid wasp species richness and biology. Journal of Hymenoptera Research 4: 194-203

Latitudinal variation in developmental time and mass in Drosophila melanogaster. Evolution 50(6): 2523-2529

Latridiidae (Coleoptera) from the Bukk National Park. The fauna of the Bukk National Park, vol 1: 117-120

Latrine building: a handbook for implementing the SanPlat system. Latrine building: a handbook for implementing the SanPlat system: viii + 168 pp.

Latrodectism in southern France: a series of cases reported to the Marseille poison centre. Presse Medicale 23(24): 1121-1123

Latta: have they put their foot in it?. Schweizerische Milchzeitung 122(42): 1

Lattice experiments. Genetika a Slechteni 31(3): 203-206

Lattice gas simulation of Darcy flow with memory-free collisions. Transport in Porous Media 22(2): 137-159

Lattice-gas approach to surface runoff after rain. European Journal of Soil Science 47(4): 453-462

Launching the revenue rocket: how revenue management can work for your business. Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly 38(2): 32-43

Laurel forests in Tenerife, Canary Islands. I. The site, stand structure and stand leaf area distribution. Trees: Structure and Function 11(1): 34-40

Laurel forests in Tenerife, Canary Islands. II. Leaf distribution patterns in individual trees. Trees: Structure and Function 11(1): 41-46

Laurel scale, Aonidia lauri (Bouche) (Homoptera: Coccoidea, Diaspididae), a pest of bay laurel, new to Britain. Entomologist' s Gazette 48(3): 195-198

Laurencia rigida: chemical investigations of its antifouling dichloromethane extract. Journal of Natural Products 60(10): 967-970

Laurodionine, a new oxalyl-fused aporphine alkaloid from Phoebe formosana. Journal of Natural Products 60(8): 826-827

Lavatera oblongifolia. Garden London 121(8): 472-473

Lavender hybrids: adaptability in the Apennine environment and the study of a new cultivar. Atti convegno internazionale: Coltivazione e miglioramento di piante officinali, Trento, Italy, 2-3 giugno 1994: 149-164

Law and UK leisure - Are managers at risk?. World Leisure and Recreation 39(1): 8-13

Law of limiting factors of thaw water runoff. Russian Agricultural Sciences ( 12): 33-37

Law of the land: a guide to environmental law for farmers. Law of the land: a guide to environmental law for farmers: x + 113 pp.

Law of the minimum and factors limiting the productivity of meadow phytocenoses. Russian Journal of Ecology 27(5): 326-329

Law on farm leases. Loi sur le bail a la ferme (Ed. 2): 79 pp.

Law on modernization of agriculture: 2. changes in production, employment and social protection. Chambres d' Agriculture ( 836 (supp)): 35 pp.

Law on modernizing agriculture: 1. Progress of the bill. Chambres d' Agriculture ( 836 (supp)): 48 pp.

Lawn weed control for homeowners. Extension Bulletin Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture and Home Economics, Washington State University (EB1607): 12 pp.

Lawnermis acid: a new anticomplementary triterpenoid from Lawsonia inermis seeds. Indian Journal of Chemistry Section B, Organic including Medicinal 36(3): 252-256

Laws of annual nutrient uptake in a Paulownia plantation. Journal of Environmental Sciences (China) 8(4): 499-503

Laws of bloom phenology by apple. Acta Horticulturae ( 437): 451-456

Lay injection practices among migrant farmworkers in the age of AIDS: evolution of a biomedical folk practice. Social Science and Medicine 45(1): 91-98

Lay reporting of elephantiasis of the leg in northern Ghana. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 89(6): 616-618

Lay, worker and community epidemiology - a new approach to documenting human health. Pesticides News ( 30): 8-9

Layer breakup and particle movement on a chaffer sieve. Transactions of the ASAE 38(5): 1305-1313

Layer height and tumbling on sugar cane fermentation with bovine faeces. Cuban Journal of Agricultural Science 31(1): 43-49

Layer thickness swell and layer internal bond of medium density fiberboard and oriented strandboard. Forest products journal 45(10): 67-71

Layer water absorption of medium density fiberboard and oriented strandboard. Forest products journal 46(6): 69-72

Layering of sodium caseinate submicelles in thin liquid films - a new stability mechanism for food dispersions. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 178(2): 694-702

Laying bird nutrition in the 21st century. International Poultry Production 5(1): 7-9,11

Laying hens do not have a preference for high-frequency versus low-frequency compact fluorescent light sources. Canadian Journal of Animal Science 76(2): 177-181

Laying hens on the floor: inventory and review of experience. Specialmeddelande Institutionen for Jordbrukets Biosystem och Teknologi, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet ( 216): 84 pp.

Laying performance during the first 9 weeks in white broiler breeding hens. Kafkas Universitesi Veteriner Fakultesi Dergisi 2(1): 61-64

Laying the technological foundation for sustained agricultural development. World agriculture: towards 2010 An FAO study: 365-388

Lazio. Informatore Agrario Supplemento 52(12): 34-37

Lazio region. Informatore Agrario Suplemento 51(25): 35-38

Lc as a non-destructive visual reporter and transposition excision marker gene for tomato. Plant Journal 9(6): 927-933

Le grand fromage. Dairy Foods 97(13): 72-76

Le spectroradiometre de terrain: un outil de la teledetection et de la pedologie. Cahiers ORSTOM, Serie Pedologie 28(1): 15-29

Leach data vs. total: which is relevant for SRMs?. Fresenius' Journal of Analytical Chemistry 352(1/2): 209-213

Leachability of arsenic from field containers filled with plant growth medium amended with biosolids compost. Compost Science & Utilization 4(4): 35-39

Leachability of hazardous elements from uranium tailings. International Journal of Environmental Studies 46(1): 59-68

Leachant pH effects on the leachability of metals from fly ash. Journal of Soil Contamination 5(1): 53-59

Leachate chemistry and precipitates mineralogy of Rudolfsgruvan mine waste rock dump in central Sweden. Water Science and Technology 33(6): 163-171

Leachate conductivity as an index for quantifying level of forage conditioning. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 971100): 12 pp.

Leachate leakage from landfills with modern liner systems. Water Resources Bulletin 32(4): 697-709

Leaching and mass balance of 15N-labeled urea applied to a Kentucky bluegrass turf. Crop Science 36(6): 1427-1433

Leaching and runoff of simazine, 2,4-D, and bromide from nursery plots. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 52(2): 137-144

Leaching behavior of chromium (VI) from contaminated soils. Japanese Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 66(6): 663-669

Leaching behaviour and salt dynamics under different modes of water application of Vertic Ustochrept in soil column. Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science 45(2): 224-230

Leaching behaviour of some Inceptisols. Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science 44(4): 621-625

Leaching depth of imazamethabenz methyl and chlorsulfuron + metsulfuron methyl in different soils. Applied Plant Science 9(2): 43-47

Leaching dynamics studies of municipal solid waste incinerator ash. Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association 45(8): 579-590

Leaching from best irrigation management in semi-arid climate. Evapotranspiration and irrigation scheduling Proceedings of the International Conference, San Antonio, Texas, USA, November 3-6-1996: 769-774

Leaching indices of some major triazine metabolites. Chemosphere 32(7): 1401-1411

Leaching loss of nitrogen in double-rice-cropped paddy fields in China. Acta Agriculturae Zhejiangensis 7(3): 155-160

Leaching losses during wilting of grasses. SP Rapport Statens Planteavlsforsog ( 5): 27 pp.

Leaching of 60Co, 137Cs and 226Ra in lysimeter experiments. Bodenkultur 47(2): 71-80

Leaching of ETU to groundwater after use of maneb, zineb or mancozeb fungicides. SP Rapport Statens Planteavlsforsog ( 7): 41-49

Leaching of alachlor from alginate-encapsulated controlled-release formulations. Pesticide Science 48(2): 157-164

Leaching of cations of the Lien-Hua-Chi watershed forest soils treated with simulated acid rain. Journal of the Chinese Agricultural Chemical Society 34(1): 41-53

Leaching of cellulose bleaching residue in soil columns. Revista Arvore 20(2): 171-177

Leaching of components from waterborne paints and fungitoxic effects. Document International Research Group on Wood Preservation ( IRG/WP/95-20062): 11 pp.

Leaching of copper, chromium, and arsenic through some free-draining New Zealand soils. Australian Journal of Soil Research 34(4): 583-597

Leaching of lime and fertilisers from a reseeded upland pasture on a stagnogley soil in mid-Wales. Agricultural Water Management 28(2): 95-112

Leaching of mecoprop determined in lysimeters containing undisturbed soils. Proceedings of the second international weed control congress, Copenhagen, Denmark, 25-28 June 1996: Volumes 1-4: 317-324

Leaching of metals from beneficially used foundry residuals into soils. Proceedings of the 50th Industrial Waste Conference, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA, 8-10 May 1995: 339-347

Leaching of methyl isothiocyanate in plainfield sand chemigated with metam-sodium. Pesticide Science 46(4): 375-380

Leaching of metolachlor through soils: assessing the effects of variable soil degradation and adsorption properties by means of Monte Carlo simulation. The environmental fate of xenobiotics Proceedings of the 10th Symposium Pesticide Chemistry, 30 September 2 October, 1996, Castelnuovo Fogliani, Piacenza, Italy: 171-178

Leaching of nitrogen from pastures at the end of the grazing season. Zeitschrift fuer Pflanzenernaehrung und Bodenkunde 159(1): 31-35

Leaching of nitrogen from slow-release urea sources in sandy soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal 60(5): 1454-1458

Leaching of nitrogen from small forest catchments having different deposition and different stores of nitrogen. Water Air & Soil Pollution 85(3): 1167-1172

Leaching of nitrogen in soils of different depths: effect of crop depth and nitrogen fertilizer. Rivista di Agronomia 29(SUP3): 371-377

Leaching of nutrients and yield of tomato in peat and rockwool with open and closed system. Acta Horticulturae ( 401): 443-449

Leaching of nutrients from pots with and without applied compost. Resources Conservation & Recycling 17(1): 1-11

Leaching of nutrients from undisturbed lysimeters of a cleared Ultisol, an Oxisol collected under rubber plantation and an Inceptisol. Interciencia 19(6): 352-355, 402...410

Leaching of nutrients in the soil, growth and mineral nutrition of eucalypts, under different amounts of gypsum and irrigation. Revista Brasileira de Ciencia do Solo 19(1): 69-77

Leaching of pesticides in soil macropores as a possibility for ground and surface water contamination. Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 47(6): 137-143

Leaching of pesticides measured in field lysimeter studies. Spring and autumn applications on sandy and clayey soils (mecoprop). SP Rapport Statens Planteavlsforsog ( 3): 73-84

Leaching of phosphorus, calcium, magnesium and potassium in barley, grass and fallow lysimeters. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica Section B Soil & Plant Science 46(1): 9-17

Leaching of plant nutrients in drainage water as influenced by cropping system, fertilization and climatic factors. Norwegian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 10(4): 555-582

Leaching of recently applied and aged residues of the herbicides atrazine and isoproturon through a large, structured clay soil core. Chemosphere 33(7): 1297-1305

Leaching of recomposted spent mushroom substrates (SMS). Mushroom science XIV, Volume 2 Proceedings of the 14th international congress on the science and cultivation of edible fungi, Oxford, UK, 17-22 Sep 1995: 901-905

Leaching of slurries and herbicides in subsurface water under field conditions. Proceedings of the third congress of the European Society for Agronomy, Padova University, Abano Padova, Italy, 18-22 September 1994: 794-795

Leaching of some metals from brown-coal ash. Scientia Agriculturae Bohemica 26(3): 227-240

Leaching of wood preservative components and their mobility in the environment: summary of pertinent literature. General Technical Report Forest Products Laboratory, USDA Forest Service ( FPL-GTR-93): 36 pp.

Leaching patterns of pesticides as related to sorption and porosity properties. Proceedings, Brighton crop protection conference, pests and diseases 1994 Volume 3: 1325-1330

Leaching potential from crop rotations and water management. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 942070): 16 pp.

Leaching results of shower test on L-joints with boric acid, bifluoride and TBTO rods. Document International Research Group on Wood Preservation ( 95-40051): 10 pp.

Leaching strategies for salinity control. Reclamation and management of waterlogged saline soils National Seminar Proceedings, 5-8 April, 1994: 176-188

Leaching to hold down salinity. International Water and Irrigation Review 16(2): 24, 26

Leaching, mobility and persistence of tebufenozide in columns packed with forest litter and soil. Journal of Environmental Science & Health Part B Pesticides Food Contaminants & Agricultural Wastes 31(6): 1215-1239

Lead. Handbook of nutritionally essential mineral elements: 479-492

Lead and cadmium concentrations in meat, liver and kidney of Slovenian cattle and pigs from 1989 to 1993. Food Additives and Contaminants 13(2): 237-241

Lead and cadmium content in human milk from the Northern Adriatic area of Croatia. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 58(1): 16-21

Lead and cadmium contents in milk, cheese and eggs on the Finnish market. Food Additives and Contaminants 12(6): 789-798

Lead and cadmium contents of natural yoghurt. Alimentaria 34(278): 81-84

Lead and cadmium in leaves of ornamentals grown along urban roads. Responses of plants to air pollution: biological and economic aspects: Proceedings of a conference held in Pisa, Italy, 7-8 April 1994: 189-193

Lead and cadmium mediated membrane damage in rice. I. Electrolyte leakage, injury index, membrane lipid peroxidation and lipoxygenase activity. Journal of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Monitoring 6(1): 3-10

Lead and cadmium mediated membrane damage in rice: II. Hydrogen peroxide level and superoxide dismutase, catalase and peroxidase activities. Journal of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Monitoring 6(1): 35-39

Lead and cadmium present in cattle hair, soil and vegetation in the vicinity of a non-ferrous metal foundry. Lucrari Stiintifice Universitatea de Stiinte Agronomice Bucuresti Seria C, Medicina Veterinara 37: 87-90

Lead concentration in blood of dairy cows as an indicator of environmental contamination. Zbornik Veterinarske Fakultete Univerza Ljubljana 33(2): 211-217

Lead concentration in blood, milk and feed of lactating buffalo after acute lead poisoning. Veterinary Record 138(14): 336-336

Lead concentrations in frozen and formalin-fixed tissues from raccoons (Procyon lotor) administered oral lead acetate. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 7(4): 580-582

Lead contamination in smelting and mining environments and variations in chemical forms and bioavailability. Chemical Speciation & Bioavailability 7(4): 113-123

Lead contamination in the mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) in Italy. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 56(5): 729-733

Lead contamination of groundwater in an industrial complex. Water Air & Soil Pollution 98(1-2): 167-177

Lead contamination of milk in Gorakhpur District. Journal of Living World 3(2): 36-39

Lead content of foodstuffs in Hungary. Nepegeszsegugy 76(4): 158-165

Lead content of plants and soils from three abandoned smelter areas in and near Socorro, New Mexico. Environmental Geochemistry and Health 18(1): 1-4

Lead content of rice collected from various areas in the world. Science of the Total Environment 191(1-2): 169-175

Lead content of road-side plants. Znanost i Praksa u Poljoprivredi i Prehrambenoj Tehnologiji 24(1): 167-173

Lead determination at the ppb level using stopped-flow FIA. Talanta 42(12): 1857-1865

Lead excretion in breast milk and transfer to suckling offspring. Lead excretion in breast milk and transfer to suckling offspring: 53 pp.

Lead exposure and children's intelligence: Do low levels of lead in blood cause mental deficit?. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 33(1): 12-17

Lead in a residential environment in Jamaica. Environmental Geochemistry and Health 18(3): 129-133

Lead in blood and milk from urban Indian cattle and buffalo. Veterinary and Human Toxicology 37(5): 471-472

Lead in maple syrup produced in Connecticut. Abstracts of Papers American Chemical Society 212(1-2): AGFD 30

Lead in paint, soil and dust: health risks, exposure studies, control measures, measurement methods, and quality assurance. Lead in paint, soil and dust: health risks, exposure studies, control measures, measurement methods, and quality assurance: xiii + 422 pp.

Lead in urban street dust in Diyarbakir, Turkey. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin 6(7/8): 430-437

Lead intake in the forests of Croatia and its effect on the growth of black pine (Pinus nigra) and sessile oak (Quercus petraea). Agronomski Glasnik 56(1/2): 89-99

Lead levels in the hair of car mechanics and their dogs in Mexico City. Veterinaria Mexico 26(4): 369-373

Lead migration from lead crystal wine glasses. Food Additives and Contaminants 13(7): 747-765

Lead mobilization from a clayey soil in relation to carbonate content. Journal of Environmental Science & Health Part A Environmental Science & Engineering & Toxic & Hazardous Substance Control 31(9): 2087-2097

Lead nitrate exposure changes in carbohydrate metabolism of freshwater fish. Journal of Environmental Biology 17(1): 75-79

Lead poisoning and toxicokinetics in a heifer and fetus treated with CaNa2 EDTA and thiamine. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 7(4): 531-537

Lead poisoning in a free ranging griffon vulture (Gyps fulvus). Veterinary Record 140(2): 47-48

Lead poisoning in swans. Veterinary Record 140(23): 612-612

Lead pollution in East Trinidad resulting from lead recycling and smelting activities. Environmental Geochemistry and Health 18(3): 123-128

Lead preconcentration onto C-18 minicolumn in continuous flow and its determination in biological and vegetable samples by flame atomic absorption spectrometry. Talanta 43(6): 977-983

Lead status in soils. Indian Journal of Environmental Health 37(1): 46-51

Lead toxicity in ectomycorrhizae - growth response of spruce transplanted onto polluted soil. Proceedings of the international colloquium on bioindication of forest site pollution: development of methodology and training BIOFOSP, 22-31 August 1995, Ljubljana, Slovenia: 119-123

Lead, cadmium and inhibitory substances in milk from the Podlasie region. Medycyna Weterynaryjna 52(9): 591-592

Lead, cadmium, mercury, zinc and copper content in fruit from various regions of Poland. Roczniki Panstwowego Zakadu Higieny 46(3): 223-238

Lead, calcium, mercury, copper and zinc content in Polish powdered milk and products for infants and children. Natural antioxidants and food quality in atherosclerosis and cancer prevention: 423-431

Lead, copper and zinc in wines. Study of local production in the Arezzo Province. Industrie delle Bevande 23(132): 327-328

Lead-210 derived sedimentation rates from a north Louisiana paper-mill effluent reservoir. Clays and Clay Minerals 43(5): 515-524

Lead-calcium interactions: involvement of 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D. Environmental Research 72(1): 45-55

Lead-selective poly(vinyl chloride) membrane electrodes based on acyclic dibenzopolyether diamides. Talanta Oxford 44(6): 1131-1135

Leader companies, economic power and peasants in the meat agro-industrial chain in Brazil. Informacoes Economicas Instituto de Economia Agricola 26(9): 9-26

Leader presence. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance 67(1): 38-40

Leader-member exchange: paying attention to immediate subordinates pays off. FIU Hospitality Review 15(1): 97-102

Leaders, leadership, and democratization in West Africa: observations from the Cotton Farmers Movement in Mali. Agriculture and Human Values 13(2): 24-32

Leadership and local development: dimensions of leadership in four central Queensland towns. Journal of Rural Studies 12(2): 113-125

Leadership in disguise: the role of the European Commission in EC decision-making on agriculture in the Uruguay Round. Leadership in disguise: the role of the European Commission in EC decision making on agriculture in the Uruguay Round: xi + 312 pp.

Leadership qualities of financial executives in the U.S. lodging industry. Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly 37(2): 56-62

Leadership, cohesion, and team norms regarding cheating and aggression. Sociology of Sport Journal 12(3): 324-336

Leading experiences in relation to an increased efficiency of N fertilizers. 15th World Congress of Soil Science, Acapulco, Mexico, 10-16 July 1994 Transactions Volume 5a: Commission IV: Symposia: 632-642

Leading issues in economic development: a survey of agriculture and rural development. Leading issues in economic development: a survey of agriculture and rural development (Ed. 1): 291 pp.

Leading neurological syndromes in Lyme - borreliosis. Terapevticheskii Arkhiv 67(11): 52-53

Leading through example. Active, Magazine of the Women and Sport Unit, Australian Sports Commission 3: 10-12

Leaf 15N abundance of subarctic plants provides field evidence that ericoid, ectomycorrhizal and non- and arbuscular mycorrhizal species access different sources of soil nitrogen. Oecologia (Berlin) 105(1): 53-63

Leaf NRA and its relationship with grain and protein yield of triticale as affected by progressive application of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizer levels. Journal of Plant Nutrition 19(5): 785-794

Leaf Abscission Induced by Ethylene in Water-Stressed Intact Seedlings of Cleopatra Mandarin Requires Previous Abscisic Acid Accumulation in Roots. Plant Physiology 112(1): 401-408

Leaf aging effects on biophysical parameters in sunflower hybrids under post-rainy season. Annals of Plant Physiology 10(1): 61-65

Leaf allometry of Salix viminalis during the first growing season. Tree Physiology 16(7): 655-660

Leaf analysis and soil testing for plantation tree crops. Extension Bulletin ASPAC, Food and Fertilizer Technology Center ( 398): 12 pp.

Leaf analysis as a guide to diagnosis of nutritional status of sub-tropical pear. Acta Horticulturae ( 383): 367-375

Leaf analysis finds high levels of chloride and low levels of zinc and manganese in Louisiana citrus. Journal of Plant Nutrition 20(6): 733-743

Leaf anatomy and carbon discrimination in NAD-malic enzyme Panicum species and their hybrids differing in bundle sheath cell ultrastructure. Annals of botany 79(2): 179-184

Leaf anatomy and generic delimitation in South African Amaryllidaceae. The biodiversity of African plants Proceedings of the 14th AETFAT Congress 22-27 August 1994, Wageningen, Netherlands: 513-516

Leaf anatomy of Bathysa stipulata (Vell.) Presl. (Rubiaceae). Revista UNIMAR 18(2): 387-401

Leaf anatomy of Bauhinia radiata in different environments. Arquivos de Biologia e Tecnologia 38(1): 63-107

Leaf anatomy of Deschampsia antarctica Desv. (Gramineae). Revista Brasileira de Botanica 18(2): 207-220

Leaf anatomy of Dombeya and Nesogordonia (Sterculiaceae), emphasizing epidermal and internal idioblasts. Plant Systematics and Evolution 207(1/2): 59-86

Leaf anatomy of a secondary montane Quercus forest in Costa Rica. Revista de Biologia Tropical 42(3): 473-478

Leaf anatomy of four Cuban potato cultivars and their parents. Cultivos Tropicales 16(3): 56-60

Leaf anatomy of highbush blueberry grown in vitro and during acclimatization to ex vitro conditions. Biologia Plantarum (Prague) 38(1): 19-25

Leaf anatomy of patchouli (Pogostemon patchouli) with reference to the disposition of mesophyll glands. Japanese Journal of Crop Science 66(2): 307-317

Leaf anatomy of the genus Psoralea sensu stricto (Psoraleeae, Papilionoideae, Leguminosae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 124(2): 155-182

Leaf anatomy, emphasizing unusual 'concertina' mesophyll cells, of two East African legumes (Caesalpiniae, Caesalpinioideae, Leguminosae). Annals of Botany 78(1): 55-59

Leaf and cuticle atlas of Australian leafy Lauraceae. Leaf and cuticle atlas of Australian leafy Lauraceae: 217 pp.

Leaf and needle content analyses carried out in connection with the Forest Damage Monitoring System - results 1989-93. FBVA Berichte ( 93): 101-109

Leaf and plant water use efficiency of C4 species grown at glacial to elevated CO2 concentrations. International Journal of Plant Sciences 157(2): 164-170

Leaf and root responses to iron deficiency in avocado. Journal of Plant Nutrition 20(6): 683-693

Leaf and root turnover of three ecologically contrasting grass species in relation to their performance along a productivity gradient. Oikos 75(3): 398-406

Leaf and shoot growth dynamics of Quercus ilex L. Acta Oecologica 17(1): 17-27

Leaf and soil nutrient norms for mango (Mangifera indica L.) grown in peninsular India. South Indian Horticulture 43(3/4): 69-72

Leaf and stem nutritive value of timothy cultivars differing in maturity. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 77(2): 237-245

Leaf and stem spot of aster caused by Stemphylium vesicarium. Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 60(4): 523-526

Leaf appearance and senescence patterns of some pasture species. Grass & Forage Science 50(4): 447-451

Leaf appearance in cowpea: effects of temperature and photoperiod. Crop Science 37(1): 167-171

Leaf appearance rate and final leaf number of switchgrass cultivars. Crop Science 37(3): 864-870

Leaf architecture of South American Nothofagus (Nothofagaceae) using traditional and new methods in morphometrics. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 121(1): 25-40

Leaf area constants based on dry weight for horsegram (Macrotyloma uniflorum (Lam) Verdc). Annals of Plant Physiology 9(2): 121-123

Leaf area development in Colocasia and its relationship with yield. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 38(4): 305-308

Leaf area development of apple trees as dependent on fruit load. Erwerbsobstbau 38(4): 111-116

Leaf area development of corn as affected by windbreak shelter. Crop Science 37(4): 1253-1257

Leaf area development of field-grown sunflower plants (Helianthus annuus L.) irrigated with saline water. Helia 19(24): 17-28

Leaf area development of young apple trees. Erwerbsobstbau 38(2): 47-51

Leaf area duration of oat at high latitudes. Journal of Agronomy & Crop Science 178(3): 149-155

Leaf area estimation models for 'Durango' hybrid melon. Revista de la Facultad de Agronomia, Universidad del Zulia 14(2): 163-171

Leaf area factor in maize (Zea mays L). Journal of Applied Biology 1995; 3(1/2): 7-8

Leaf area growth of two Brassica species in response to water stress. Crop Research (Hisar) 8(3): 594-602

Leaf area index (LAI) and its use for evaluating the condition of swede rape stands. Rosliny Oleiste 15(1): 193-198

Leaf area index (LAI) and its use for yield prediction in swede rape. Rosliny Oleiste 16(1): 135-139

Leaf area index of beans estimated as a function of plant canopy soil coverage. Ciencia Rural 24(1): 49-53

Leaf area index of winter rice as influenced by level and time of nitrogen application. Journal of Applied Biology 1996; 5(1/2): 87-88

Leaf area index, its significance and methods of estimation. Lesnictvi (Prague) 41(8): 353-359

Leaf area indices of shrub layer in two floodplain forest ecosystems. Ekologia (Bratislava) 13(4): 361-368

Leaf area measurement with laser optics. Erwerbsobstbau 37(6): 187-188

Leaf area variation in Rhizophora mangle L. (Rhizophoraceae) along a latitudinal gradient in Mexico. Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters 5(1): 30-35

Leaf area, light interception, and crop development in maize. Field Crops Research 48(1): 81-87

Leaf attitude in olive in relation to drought resistance. Journal of Horticultural Science 71(1): 157-166

Leaf azimuth in strip-intercropped corn. Agronomy Journal 88(1): 6-9

Leaf blackening in cut Protea flowers. Janick, J [Editor] Horticultural Reviews 173-201

Leaf blight of Terminalia tomentosa caused by Coniella terminaliae. Indian Phytopathology 49(2): 192

Leaf blight of kiwifruit caused by Pestalotiopsis menezesiana (Bress. & Torr.) Bissett and its ecopathology. Korean Journal of Plant Pathology 13(1): 22-29

Leaf blight, a new bacterial disease of alfalfa associated with Stemphylium leaf spot. Alexandria Journal of Agricultural Research 41(3): 225-232

Leaf blotch of Allium fistulosum caused by Cladosporium allii-cepae. Korean Journal of Plant Pathology 11(1): 91-93

Leaf blotch of lime associated with Asteromella tiliae comb. nov. and the latter's connection to Didymosphaeria petrakiana. Mycological Research 99(10): 1191-1194

Leaf blotch of onion, caused by Heterosporium allii-cepae, in Brazil. Fitopatologia Brasileira 19(4): 573-575

Leaf blotches of nonparasitic origin on barley - a problem on the increase?. Gesunde Pflanzen 47(8): 308-314

Leaf blower adapted for large-scale inoculation of plants with mechanically transmitted viruses. Hortscience 30(6): 1266-1267

Leaf boundary layer conductance of two native species in southeast Spain. Agricultural & Forest Meteorology 81(3-4): 179-199

Leaf cage for studies on cotton white fly Bemisia tabaci Guen. Indian Journal of Entomology 56(2): 201-203

Leaf carbohydrate analysis - a simple method for integrating daily canopy photosynthesis. International Rice Research Notes 21(1): 52

Leaf carbohydrate status in Lolium temulentum during the induction of flowering. New Phytologist 135(1): 59-66

Leaf carbon isotope discrimination and nitrogen content for riparian trees along elevational transects. Oecologia (Berlin) 109(3): 362-367

Leaf carbon isotope ratios in three landscape species growing in an arid environment. Journal of Arid Environments 36(2): 249-257

Leaf characteristics and foliar nitrogen absorption in cotton. Arkansas Farm Research 43(6): 12-13

Leaf characteristics and net gas exchange of diploid and autotetraploid citrus. Annals of botany 79(2): 153-160

Leaf characters and seed constituents of some sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) varieties as influenced by salinity. Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor 33(1): 39-58

Leaf chemical composition of chlorotic fruit trees. Rasteniev"dni Nauki 32(5): 278-280

Leaf chlorosis and carbon metabolism of eggplant in response to continuous light and carbon dioxide. Scientia Horticulturae (Amsterdam) 67(1-2): 27-37

Leaf color and vine size are related to yield in a phylloxera-infested vineyard. Vitis 35(4): 201-205

Leaf compounds in potential plantation species of Aloe in Kenya. Journal of Herbs, Spices and Medicinal Plants 4(3): 25-33

Leaf conductance and CO2 assimilation of Larix gmelinii growing in an eastern Siberian boreal forest. Tree physiology 17(10): 607-615

Leaf consumption pattern during fourth and fifth instar in Bombyx mori Linnaeus as influenced by mulberry varieties. Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences 1994; 26(1): 91-99

Leaf contamination by atmospheric pollutants as assessed by elemental analysis of leaf tissue, leaf surface deposit and soil. Journal of Plant Physiology 148(1-2): 243-248

Leaf curl - a mite infestation of grape and progressive methods of chemical control. Vinohrad Bratislava 34(4): 77-79

Leaf curl induced changes in leaf lipids and fatty acid composition in sesame (Sesamum indicum). Annals of Biology Ludhiana 11(1/2): 220-223

Leaf cutting propagation, growth, and flowering of Lachenalia. Journal of the Korean Society for Horticultural Science 38(4): 425-428, Aug

Leaf damage by herbivores affects attractiveness to pollinators in wild radish, Raphanus raphanistrum. Oecologia (Berlin) 111(3): 396-403, July

Leaf decomposition in a Mexican tropical rain forest. Biotropica 28(4 PART B): 657-667

Leaf destroying pests on street trees in Brandenburg in the years 1993 to 1995. Gesunde Pflanzen 48(1): 20-27

Leaf development and stem growth of ash (Fraxinus excelsior) as affected by tree competitive status. Journal of Applied Ecology 33(4): 793-802

Leaf development in relation to infection by Stagonospora nodorum and Septoria tritici in wheat. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 47(7): 1169-1179

Leaf development, dry matter accumulation, and distribution within branches of alternate-bearing 'Kerman' pistachio trees. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 122(1): 31-37

Leaf diagnosis in genotype x environment interaction studies for the assessment of viticultural aptitudes of a territory. Acta Horticulturae ( 383): 143-158

Leaf disease occurrence on winter barley in the Czech Republic in 1989-1996. Ochrana Rostlin 33(3): 177-186

Leaf disease of tobacco caused by Erwinia of the Herbicola group in Cuba. Revista de Proteccion Vegetal 8(2): 101-107

Leaf diseases of black locust. Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 48(10): 197-200

Leaf domatia and the distribution and abundance of foliar mites in broadleaf deciduous forest in Wisconsin. American Midland Naturalist 137(2): 337-348

Leaf dynamics and insect herbivory in a Eucalyptus camaldulensis forest under moisture stress. Australian Journal of Ecology 20(4): 473-481

Leaf dynamics and shoot phenology of eleven warm-temperate evergreen broad-leaved trees near their northern limit in central Japan. Plant Ecology 130(1): 71-88

Leaf epicuticular lipids of Prunus laurocerasus: importance of extraction methods. Phytochemistry 43(1): 45-48

Leaf epidermis and taxonomy in Rhizophoraceae. Indian Forester 122(11): 1049-1061

Leaf essential oil comparison of selected strawberry cultivars with different degree of susceptibility to two-spotted spider mite. Atti del convegno internazionale: Coltivazione e miglioramento di piante officinali, Trento, Italy, 2-3 giugno 1994: 591-594

Leaf essential oil of Fitzalania heteropetala F. Muell. (Annonaceae). Journal of Essential Oil Research 9(1): 93-94

Leaf essential oil of Juniperus indica Bertol. from Nepal. Journal of Essential Oil Research 8(6): 677-680

Leaf essential oil of Mentha grandiflora Benth. (Lamiaceae). Journal of Essential Oil Research 9(4): 459-461

Leaf fall disease of olive. Agricultura, Revista Agropecuaria 63(746): 788-790

Leaf flavonoids of Achillea ligustica and Achillea holosericea. Biochemical Systematics & Ecology 23(5): 569-570

Leaf folding behaviour of Cnaphalocrocis medinalis (Guenee) and Marasmia patnalis Bradley, and the influence of rice leaf morphology on damage incidence. Crop Protection 16(3): 215-220

Leaf gas exchange and carbon isotope composition responses to drought in a drought-avoiding (Pinus pinaster) and a drought-tolerant (Quercus petraea) species under present and elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations. Plant, Cell and Environment 19(2): 182-190

Leaf gas exchange and growth of flood-tolerant and flood-sensitive tree species under low soil redox conditions. Tree Physiology 16(4): 453-458

Leaf gas exchange and water relations of two sunflower hybrids under drought. Proceedings of the third congress of the European Society for Agronomy, Padova University, Abano Padova, Italy, 18-22 September 1994: 56-57

Leaf gas-exchange characteristics of sixteen cycad species. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 122(1): 38-42

Leaf growth and demography of the rheophytic fern Thelypteris angustifolia (Willdenow) Proctor in a Puerto Rican rainforest. Plant Ecology 130(2): 203-212

Leaf growth dynamics of Nothofagus species dominant in the foothills of the Andes. Mountain Research & Development 17(1): 69-74

Leaf growth in Lolium perenne L. Proceedings of the XVI International Grassland Congress, 4-11 October 1989, Nice, France: 487-488

Leaf growth in relation to crop yield in horsegram. Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities 20(1): 10-12

Leaf growth in species of Populus (Salicaceae). Botanicheskii Zhurnal 80(6): 18-27

Leaf growth in tropical forage grasses grown in pots with two rates of nitrogen. Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Zootecnia 23(3): 327-332

Leaf handling study. Quarterly Newsletter Tea Research Foundation of Central Africa ( 120): 26-39

Leaf hopper pests of fruit trees and their chemical control. Proceedings of Pakistan Congress of Zoology 14: 259-264

Leaf indole content and vigour of cherry rootstocks and scion varieties. Acta Horticulturae ( 410): 189-195

Leaf initiation and de novo pattern formation in the absence of an apical meristem and pre-existing patterned leaves in watercress (Nasturtium officinale) axillary explants. Canadian Journal of Botany 74(4): 625-641

Leaf inoculation as an early screening test for cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.) resistance to Phytophthora black pod disease. Crop Protection 14(8): 657-663

Leaf litter accumulation and mineralisation pattern of hilly soils. Madras Agricultural Journal 82(3): 184-187

Leaf litter ash alkalinity and neutralisation of soil acidity. Plant & Soil 179(2): 293-302

Leaf litter decomposition and mulch performance from mixed and monospecific plantations of native tree species in Costa Rica. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment 58(2-3): 145-155

Leaf litter decomposition and soil microarthropods affected by sulphur dioxide fallout. Land Degradation & Development 8(3): 189-199

Leaf litter effects on seed and seedling predation of the palm Astrocaryum murumuru and the legume tree Dipteryx micrantha in Amazonian forest. Journal of Tropical Ecology 13(5): 709-725

Leaf malformation during early development in Sorghum. Evidence for an embryonic developmental window. Physiologia Plantarum 99(3): 470-476

Leaf membrane lipids and drought tolerance in young coconut palms (Cocos nucifera L.). European Journal of Agronomy 6(1/2): 25-33

Leaf metabolism during summer drought in Quercus ilex trees with lifetime exposure to elevated CO2. Journal of Biogeography 22(2/3): 255-259

Leaf methanol - the simplest natural product from plants. Trends in Plant Science 1(9): 296-301

Leaf miner. Campo y Tecnologia 5(28): 11-14

Leaf miner (Stigmella malella Stt.). Dynamics of moth flight and descent of larvae to pupate. Journal of Fruit and Ornamental Plant Research 4(2): 73-83

Leaf miner (Stigmella malella Stt.). Fecundity and development. Journal of Fruit and Ornamental Plant Research 4(2): 85-94

Leaf miner (Stigmella malella Stt.). Relationship of egg laying and age, the air temperature and time of day. Journal of Fruit and Ornamental Plant Research 4(3): 127-130

Leaf mineral composition in one-year-old apple trees in the nursery. Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie Skodowska Sectio EEE, Horticultura 4: 1-6

Leaf mineral nutrient concentrations or media pH affect Georgia Jet sweetpotato transplant number, length, and weight. Journal of plant nutrition: 18 (7) 1459-1469

Leaf mining moths of apple and their control. Materiay ogolnopolskiej konferencji naukowej Nauka Praktyce Ogrodniczej z okazji XXV lecia Wydziau Ogrodniczego Akademii Rolniczej w Lublinie: 351-354

Leaf mold production and forest management through the gathering of fallen leaves - a case study in Tochigi Prefecture. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 77(6): 553-562

Leaf morphogenesis and growth in Cyperus eragrostis (Cyperaceae). Canadian Journal of Botany 74(11): 1753-1765

Leaf morphogenesis in flowering plants. Plant Cell 9(7): 1077-1087

Leaf morphological and biochemical studies on the four varieties of brinjal in relation to whitefly (Bemisia tabaci Genn.) incidence. Progressive Horticulture 26(1/2): 45-52

Leaf morphology and anatomy affecting the net photosynthetic rate of 33 deciduous broadleaved tree species. Forest Resources and Environment ( 34): 25-32

Leaf morphology and leaf chemical composition in three Quercus (Fagaceae) species along a rainfall gradient in NE Spain. Trees: Structure and Function 11(3): 127-134

Leaf movement of bush bean: a biometeorological perspective. International Journal of Biometeorology 40(2): 81-85

Leaf necrosis and sucker and twig dieback of Alnus glutinosa incited by Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae. European Journal of Forest Pathology 27(5): 331-336

Leaf nitrogen as a guide for fertilising macadamia. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 37(5): 599-604

Leaf nitrogen content as a predictor of photosynthetic capacity in ambient and global change conditions. Journal of Biogeography 22(2/3): 177-183

Leaf nitrogen content effects on freeze hardiness of young 'Redblush' grapefruit trees. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1995; 107: 35-39

Leaf nitrogen, leaf area index and relative irradiance within the canopy of wheat and faba bean. Proceedings of the third congress of the European Society for Agronomy, Padova University, Abano Padova, Italy, 18-22 September 1994: 108-109

Leaf nitrogen, plant age and crop dry matter production in rice. Field Crops Research 47(2-3): 107-116

Leaf number as a criterion for determining defoliation time for Lolium perenne. 1. Effect of water-soluble carbohydrates and senescence. Grass and Forage Science 49(4): 373-377

Leaf nutrient content of some apricot hybrids. Acta Horticulturae ( 384): 435-439

Leaf nutrient dynamics of two tree species and litter nutrient content in Southern Bakundu Forest Reserve, Cameroon. Journal of Tropical Ecology 13(1): 1-15

Leaf nutrient norms and crop removal figures for cabbage in the Umlaas River Valley, KwaZulu-Natal. Journal of the Southern African Society for Horticultural Sciences 5(2): 91-95

Leaf nutrition and photosynthetic performance of sugar maple (Acer saccharum) in stands with contrasting health conditions. Tree Physiology 17(3): 169-178

Leaf nutrition and soil nutrients are affected by irrigation frequency and method for NP-fertigated 'Gala' apple. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 120(6): 971-976

Leaf nutritive value related to tiller development in warm-season grasses. Journal of range management 50(2): 116-122

Leaf oil of Aristolochia impudica J. Ortega. Journal of Essential Oil Research 8(5): 573-574

Leaf optical properties of some leguminous forage crops. Agricoltura Mediterranea 126(3): 303-310

Leaf orientation and light interception by juvenile Pseudopanax crassifolius (Cunn.) C. Koch in a partially shaded forest environment. Oecologia 104(3): 363-371

Leaf orientation and sunlit leaf area distribution in cotton. Agricultural & Forest Meteorology 86(1-2): 1-15

Leaf orientation in juvenile Eucalyptus camaldulensis. Australian Journal of Botany 44(2): 139-156

Leaf permease1 gene of maize is required for chloroplast development. Plant Cell 8(3): 463-475

Leaf peroxidase types in Acacia karroo Hayne (Acacieae, Leguminosae): a range-wide study. Silvae Genetica 46(2/3): 88-94

Leaf photoassimilation and partitioning in stress-tolerant sorghum. Crop Science 37(3): 833-838

Leaf photosynthesis and chlorophyll fluorescence in a chlorophyll-deficient mutant of barley. Acta Phytophysiologica Sinica 22(1): 51-57

Leaf photosynthesis and drought adaptation in field-grown oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.). Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 23(5): 631-644

Leaf photosynthesis and water loss as influenced by leaf age and seasonal drought in an evergreen tree. Photosynthetica (Prague) 32(4): 563-568

Leaf photosynthesis in the C4-grass Miscanthus x giganteus, growing in the cool temperate climate of southern England. Journal of experimental botany 47(295): 267-273

Leaf photosynthesis, plant growth and nitrogen allocation in rice under different irradiances. Planta 203(3): 390-398

Leaf physiology and drought stress of two Pandanus species in a humid lowland tropical climate. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 9(1): 110-123

Leaf physiology, production, water use, and nitrogen dynamics of the grassland invader Acacia smallii at elevated CO(2) concentrations. Tree Physiology 17(2): 89-96

Leaf primordium initiation and expanded leaf production are co-ordinated through similar response to air temperature in pea (Pisum sativum L.). Annals of Botany 80(3): 265-273

Leaf protein analysis during gibberellic and photoperiodic induction of flowering in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Physiology & Biochemistry (Paris) 35(8): 665-670

Leaf quality and fatty acid composition of collected perilla related genus and species germplasm. Korean Journal of Crop Science 40(3): 328-333

Leaf removal improves fungicide control of powdery mildew in SJV grapes. California Agriculture 49(5): 33-36

Leaf residency and interleaf movement of four phytoseiid mites (Acari: Phytoseiidae) on apple. Environmental Entomology 24(5): 1344-1351

Leaf Respiration in Light and Darkness (A Comparison of Slow- and Fast-Growing Poa Species). Plant Physiology 113(3): 961-965

Leaf rollers in Ouratea hexasperma (Ochnaceae): fire effect and the plant vigor hypothesis. Revista Brasileira de Biologia 56(1): 135-137

Leaf rust (Puccinia recondita var. tritici) - winter wheat interaction in varietal mixtures. Ochrana Rostlin 32(2): 145-152

Leaf rust development on wheat varieties in relation to fungicide spray schedule. Indian Journal of Mycology & Plant Pathology 26(1): 34-37

Leaf rust resistance gene Lr9 and winter wheat yield reduction: I. Yield and yield components. Crop Science 36(6): 1590-1595

Leaf rust resistance gene Lr9 and winter wheat yield reduction: II. Leaf gas exchange and root activity. Crop Science 36(6): 1595-1601

Leaf sampling techniques for coconut (Cocos nucifera Linn) palms: predicting fertilizer requirements using ricegrass (Paspalum obiculare Forst) 'indicator' plant. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences 3(2): 149-163

Leaf scald (Xanthomonas albilineans) incidence and its effect on yield in seven sugarcane cultivars in Guadeloupe. Plant Pathology 44(6): 1075-1084

Leaf scald disease. Sugarcane germplasm conservation and exchange: report of an international workshop held in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 28-30 June 1995: 123-124

Leaf scald. A potentially dangerous disease. Canaveral 3(2): 28-30

Leaf senescence and clonal growth of white clover. White clover: New Zealand' s competitive edge Joint symposium, Lincoln University, New Zealand, 21-22 November, 1995: 171-173

Leaf senescence and decline of end-of-season gas exchange in five temperate deciduous tree species grown in elevated CO2 concentrations. Global Change Biology 2(1): 25-33

Leaf senescence in Brassica napus: cloning of senescence related genes by subtractive hybridisation. Plant Molecular Biology 33(5): 821-834

Leaf senescence in Brassica napus: expression of genes encoding pathogenesis-related proteins. Plant Molecular Biology 30(3): 597-609

Leaf senescence in a non-yellowing mutant of Festuca pratensis: implications of the stay-green mutation for photosynthesis, growth and nitrogen nutrition. Plant, Cell and Environment 20(8): 1007-1018

Leaf senescence patterns and photosynthesis in four leaf flushes of two deciduous oak (Quercus) species. Photosynthetica 31(2): 231-239

Leaf senescence: gene expression and regulation. Genetic engineering: principles and methods Volume 19: 215-234

Leaf shape variability of wild cherry (Prunus avium) clones. Economia Montana Linea Ecologica 27(3): 24-29

Leaf solar tracking response exhibits diurnal constancy in photosystem II efficiency. Environmental & Experimental Botany 36(4): 431-438

Leaf species selection by the shredding stoneflies Peltoperla arcuata and Tallaperla maria (Plecoptera: Peltoperlidae). Proceedings of the West Virginia Academy of Science 66(2/4): 34-42

Leaf spot (Spilocaea oleaginea) on olive in Israel and its control. Acta Horticulturae (356): 390-394

Leaf spot and twig blight on Eucalyptus camaldulensis Dehnh. caused by Colletotrichum gloeosporioides (Penz.) Sacc. in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Forest Science 1996?; 24(1): 30-35

Leaf spot inducing fungi on yams in Nigeria. Journal of Root Crops 20(2): 106-109

Leaf spot of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas L.) caused by Colletotrichum ipomoeae da Camara, a new record for Cuba. Centro Agricola 22(3): 92

Leaf spot on milk thistle (Silybum marianum L. Gaerth.) in Bulgaria. Beitrage zur Zuchtungsforschung Bundesanstalt fur Zuchtungsforschung an Kulturpflanzen 2(1): 254-256

Leaf spot on plantain (Musa acuminata x M. balbisiana, AAB) caused by Leptosphaeria musarum. Fitopatologia Venezolana 7(1): 26-27

Leaf spots of madeira vine caused by Alternaria alternata in Taiwan. Plant Pathology Bulletin 5(4): 193-195

Leaf spray with Ti(IV) ascorbate improves the iron uptake and iron activity in Capsicum annuum L. plants. Iron nutrition in soils and plants Proceedings of the seventh international symposium, Zaragoza, Spain, 27 June 2 July 1993: 1-5

Leaf stomata and stem lenticels as a means of identification of some stone fruits stocks. Acta Horticulturae ( 409): 229-239

Leaf streak diseases of banana and plantain (Mycosphaerella musicola Leach and M. fijiensis Morelet). Epidemiology and ecology in the context of production zones in Cameroon. Infomusa 5(1): 8-9

Leaf structure and secretory glands in basil (Ocimum basilicum L.). Atti convegno internazionale: Coltivazione e miglioramento di piante officinali, Trento, Italy, 2-3 giugno 1994: 337-342

Leaf tearing influences physiological efficiency and yield of bananas. Inligtingsbulletin Instituut vir Tropiese en Subtropiese Gewasse ( 266): 8-9

Leaf temperature effects on Bemisia argentifolii (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) oviposition. Environmental Entomology 25(6): 1371-1375

Leaf temperature kinetics measure plant adaptation to extreme high temperatures. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 23(4): 445-452

Leaf thickness and UV-B absorbing pigments of plants in relation to an elevational gradient along the Blue Mountains, Jamaica. Plant Ecology 128(1/2): 150-159

Leaf tip yellowing in eggplant is caused by boron deficiency. Journal of Plant Nutrition 20(1): 47-53

Leaf toughness in Quercus agrifolia and its effects on tissue selection by first instars of Phryganidia californica (Lepidoptera: Dioptidae) and Bucculatrix albertiella (Lepidoptera: Lyonetiidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America. January; 891: 109-121

Leaf trichomes in the genus Cistus. Flora (Jena) 191(1): 85-104

Leaf Vascular Pattern Formation. Plant Cell 9(7): 1121-1135

Leaf volatiles and polyphenols in pear trees infested by Psylla pyricola. Evidence of simultaneously induced responses. Chemoecology 7(1): 34-38

Leaf water and leaf dry matter content during reproductive phase of four cultivars of mango (Mangifera indica L.). Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 1(1): 65-67

Leaf water content: non-destructive testing in the field. Agronomie 15(9/10): 547-556

Leaf water potential for irrigation scheduling application to soybeans. 17th ICID European Regional Conference on Irrigation and Drainage, Varna, Bulgaria, 16-22 May, 1994 Volume 1: Yield response to water as affected by irrigation schedule: 203-210

Leaf water relation parameters in almond compared to hazelnut trees during a deficit irrigation period. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 122(4): 582-587

Leaf water relations and solute accumulation in two grain sorghum lines exhibiting contrasting drought tolerance. Journal of Experimental Botany 46(293): 1833-1841

Leaf water relations of Eucalyptus globulus ssp. globulus and E. nitens: seasonal, drought and species effects. Tree Physiology 16(5): 469-476

Leaf water spin-lattice relaxation time and its relationship with biomass and grain yield in unirrigated wheat. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 1(3): 207-209

Leaf wounding increases efficiency of Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of apple. Hortscience 31(6): 1026-1027

Leaf, branch, stand and landscape scale measurements of volatile organic compound fluxes from U.S. woodlands. Tree Physiology 16(1_2): 17-24

Leaf-NRA in cultivars of triticale, wheat and rye and its relationship with yields of grain and grain carbohydrate and protein. Acta Agronomica Hungarica 43(3-4): 339-345, 1994-

Leaf-age related differences in chlorophyll fluorescence. Photosynthetica (Prague) 33(3-4): 347-369

Leaf-Atmosphere NH3 Exchange in Barley Mutants with Reduced Activities of Glutamine Synthetase. Plant Physiology 114(4): 1307-1312

Leaf-cutter bees fly in from NZ. AQIS Bulletin 8(10): 5

Leaf-cutting ant preferences for five native tropical plantation tree species growing under different light conditions. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 80(3): 521-530

Leaf-cutting ants and early forest regeneration in central Amazonia: effects of herbivory on tree seedling establishment. Journal of Tropical Ecology. May; 133: 357-370

Leaf-litter decomposition in bamboo stands. Selected papers on recent bamboo research in China: 131-138

Leaf-Mediated Light Responses in Petunia Flowers. Plant Physiology 110(4): 1275-1282

Leaf-specific antisense inhibition of starch biosynthesis in transgenic potato plants leads to an increase in photoassimilate export from source leaves during the light period. Plant & Cell Physiology 36(4): 615-624

Leafbladeless1 is allelic to raggedseedling1 and is required for dorsal cell identity. Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter ( 71): 66

Leafhopper transmission of rice tungro bacilliform and rice tungro spherical viruses in leafhopper resistant and susceptible rice cultivars. Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy Part B Biological Sciences 62(4): 287-296

Leafhopper transmission of the Philippine isolate of rice dwarf virus. International Rice Research Notes 19(2): 26

Leafhoppers as possible vectors of 'yellows' and 'rosette' of peach in Campania. Informatore Fitopatologico 44(11): 42-44

Leafhoppers on leaves: an analysis of feeding behavior using conditional probabilities. Journal of Insect Behavior. January; 91: 3-22

Leaflet photosynthesis rate and carbon metabolite accumulation patterns in nitrogen-limited, vegetative soybean plants. Photosynthesis Research 50(2): 133-148

Leafminers on cereals in Western Sweden. Vaxtskyddsnotiser 61(1): 14-17

Leafroller phenology and parasitism in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, canefruit gardens. New Zealand Journal of Crop & Horticultural Science 24(2): 123-131

Leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula) control with quinclorac. Weed Technology 11(2): 265-269

Leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula) genotype affects gall midge (Spurgia esulae) establishment. Weed Science 44(3): 629-633

Leafy spurge and grass response to picloram and intensive grazing. Journal of range management 49(4): 311-314

Leafy spurge control with angora goats and herbicides. Journal of range management 50(2): 123-128

Leakage of sugars, amino acids and protein from differently-aged seeds of sesame, Welsh onion and lettuce. Korean Journal of Crop Science 40(4): 407-412

Leaking farm dams. Agfact Department of Agriculture, New South Wales ( AC.24): 6 pp.

Lean body mass in twins. Metabolism Clinical & Experimental 44(11): 1442-1446

Lean content in the sheep carcasses as predicted from measurements of wholesale cuts. World Review of Animal Production 29(3-4): 6-7, 10, 14, 79-88

Lean in red alder (Alnus rubra): growth stress, tension wood, and righting response. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 26(11): 1951-1956

Leaner environmental policies for agriculture. Choices The Magazine of Food, Farm, and Resources Issues ( 4): 27-33

Leaping into shape. BNF Nutrition Bulletin 21(SUP 1): 32-38

Learned helplessness and basketball playoff performance. Journal of Sport Behavior 19(4): 347-353

Learning and memorisation of two different tasks in horses: the effects of age, sex and sire. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 46(3/4): 137-143

Learning and stock effects in environmental regulation: the case of greenhouse gas emissions. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 31(1): 1-18

Learning by doing: lessons from Bulgaria's transition. Choices The Magazine of Food, Farm, and Resources Issues ( 4): 21, 24-26

Learning curves of mechanised harvester and forwarder operators. Report New Zealand Logging Industry Research Organisation 21(29): 6 pp.

Learning disabilities. Journal of Leisurability 22(3): 2-33

Learning disabilities and poor motivation to achieve due to prolonged iodine deficiency. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 63(5): 782-786

Learning for prey recognition in the predator Orius majusculus (Reuter) (Heteroptera; Anthocoridae). International conference on pests in agriculture, 6-8 January 1997, at le Corum, Montpellier, France Volume 3: 725-729

Learning from experience in the Monteverde Cloud forest, Costa Rica. People and tourism in fragile environments: 109-122

Learning from higher density systems, a progress report. Compact Fruit Tree 29: 125-128

Learning from rejection: the evolutionary biology of single-locus incompatibility. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 11(12): 497-502

Learning from the mammalian immune system in the wake of the R-gene flood. Crute, I R [Author], Holub, E B [Author], Burdon, J J [Author] The gene-for-gene relationship in plant-parasite interactions 389-400

Learning from the mineral balance. Onderzoekverslag Landbouw Economisch Instituut ( 146): 139 pp.

Learning from the poor: poverty, participation and the environment. Environment Matters at the World Bank ( SUMMER): 16-19

Learning in different types of water sport: building up confidence!. Magglingen 54(8): 10-13

Learning in honeybees (Apis mellifera) as a function of sucrose concentration: analysis of the retrospective effect. Journal of Comparative Psychology 108(3): 274-281

Learning life's lessons in tee ball: the reinforcement of gender and status in kindergarten sport. Sociology of Sport Journal 13(1): 87-93

Learning of leaf shape by pipevine swallowtail butterflies: a test using artificial leaf models. Journal of Insect Behavior 9(6): 961-967

Learning of plant's contact chemicals by the egg-larval parasitoid, Ascogaster reticulatus Watanabe (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). Applied Entomology and Zoology 32(2): 416-418

Learning or labouring?: a compilation of key texts on child work and basic education. Learning or labouring?: a compilation of key texts on child work and basic education: viii + 151 pp. + app.

Learning through participatory action research for community ecotourism planning. Convergence Toronto 29(3): 24-40

Learning to swim the everyday life of our forefathers. Sportunterricht 45(10): 429-432

Learning to teach through the physical as well as of the physical. British Journal of Physical Education 27(4): 18-22

Learning together: development and extension of soil and water conservation in Zimbabwe. Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture 35(2): 142-162

Learning with farmers for policy changes in natural resource management. Forests, Trees and People Newsletter ( 31): 14-19

Learning, forgetting, and the diffusion process of food and agricultural products. Working Paper Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of California ( 809): 20 pp.

Learnt sensori-motor mappings in honeybees: interpolation and its possible relevance to navigation. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology 177(3): 287-298

Leasehold and inheritance law: neglected aspects of structural change in agriculture. Diskussionsbeitrag Institut fur Agrarokonomie der Universitat Gottingen ( 9601): 56 pp.

Leasehold land use. Mezhdunarodnyi Sel' skokhozyaistvennyi Zhurnal ( 4): 10-13

Leasing areas of the forest resource : economic assessment. Lesnaya Promyshlennost' ( 3): 17-18

Leasing as a factor of growth of economic effectiveness in lumber industry enterprises. Prace Komisji Technologii Drewna ( 13): 135-143

Leasing as a form of financing agricultural investment. Acta Academiae Agriculturae ac Technicae Olstenensis, Oeconomica ( 31): 119-127

Leasing as a stage in restructuring of large farms. Prace z Zakresu Nauk Rolniczych 79: 157-161

Leatherjackets in winter cereals: a self-inflicted problem?. Aspects of Applied Biology ( 47): 145-151

Leave extracts from Cestrum parquii and Olea europea on longevity and growth of the locust Schistocerca gregaria. Mededelingen Faculteit Landbouwkundige en Toegepaste Biologische Wetenschappen, Universiteit Gent 60(3a): 831-836

Leaves and light capture: light propagation and gradients of carbon fixation within leaves. Trends in Plant Science 1(2): 65-70

Leaves from the forest: a case study of Bauhinia vahlii in Madhya Pradesh. Leaves from the forest: a case study of Bauhinia vahlii in Madhya Pradesh: ; iii + 20 pp.

Leaves from the forest: a case study of Diospyros melanoxylon (tendu leaves) in Madhya Pradesh. Leaves from the forest: a case study of Diospyros melanoxylon tendu leaves in Madhya Pradesh: iv + 22 pp.

Leaves from tropical trees as protein supplements in diets for sheep. Tropical Agriculture 73(1): 62-68

Leaving home: a conducted tour of twentieth-century music with Simon Rattle. Leaving home: a conducted tour of twentieth century music with Simon Rattle: viii + 288 pp.

Leaving the nest. Dairy Field 178(10): 36, 38, 42-44

Lebanese agricultural research strategy. Agrotica ( 11): 24-25

Lecanosticta-needle blight - a new disease on pine in the Federal Republic of Germany. Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 47(12): 305-309

Lecanostictopsis gen. nov., and related leaf-spotting fungi on Syzygium species. Mycological Research 101(2): 215-225

Lecithin improves texture of reduced fat cheeses. Journal of Food Science 61(3): 639-642

Lecithin:retinol acyltransferase and retinyl ester hydrolase activities are differentially regulated by retinoids and have distinct distributions between hepatocyte and nonparenchymal cell fractions of rat liver. Journal of Nutrition 127(2): 218-224

Lectin activity in winter wheat crowns during hardening. Russian Journal of Plant Physiology 42(4): 543-546

Lectin binding characteristics of male and female salivary gland proteins of Anopheles gambiae: identification and characterization of female specific glycoproteins. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 27(2): 159-166

Lectin binding to extracellularly melanized microfilariae of Brugia malayi from the hemocoel of Anopheles quadrimaculatus. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 66(3): 277-286

Lectin biosynthesis in callus culture established from seeds of Canavalia virosa. Biologia Plantarum (Prague) 38(3): 329-334

Lectin genes are expressed throughout root nodule development and during nitrogen-fixation in the Rhizobium-Medicago symbiosis. Plant Journal 9(1): 31-43

Lectin histochemical characteristics of the epithelial surface of ileal Peyer's patches in 3-week-old pigs. Journal of Veterinary Medical Science 59(10): 931-934

Lectin histochemical study on the reproductive tract in normal and Brucella ovis-infected rams. Journal of Veterinary Medical Science 57(5): 935-938

Lectin histochemistry in rabbit appendix epithelial cells during suckling and weaning, and in adults. Annals of Anatomy 177(6): 503-507

Lectin staining of trichostrongylid nematode eggs of sheep: rapid identification of Haemonchus contortus eggs with peanut agglutinin. International Journal for Parasitology 26(4): 447-450

Lectin-carbohydrate interaction in the immune system. Veterinary Immunology & Immunopathology 55(1-3): 205-223

Lectin-parasite interactions. Parasitology Today 12(2): 55-61

Lectins and the chemotaxonomy of the sub-tribe Diocleinae (Leguminosae-Phaseoleae). Revista Brasileira de Fisiologia Vegetal 7(1): 7-14

Lectins as plant defense proteins. Plant Physiology 109(2): 347-352

Lectins in higher fungi. Biochemical Systematics & Ecology 25(3): 203-230

Lectins of Trichobilharzia szidati cercariae. Parasite 4(1): 27-35

Lectins of parasitic helminths: a review. Helminthologia (Bratislava). December; 334: 209-212

Lectotype and paralectotype designation for Palaearctic Lygaeidae, and comments (Heteroptera). I. The types of French authors. Revue Francaise d' Entomologie 18(3): 103-108

Lectotype and paralectotype designations for Palaearctic Lygaeidae and comments (Heteroptera). 2. The types of Geza Horvath. Revue Francaise d' Entomologie 18(4): 153-157

Lectotype designation and discussion of the type material of three closely related chrysomelid species: Phyllotreta dilatata Thomson, 1866, P. flexuosa (Illiger, 1794) and P. tetrastigma (Comolli, 1837) (Col., Chrysomelidae). Bulletin de la Societe Entomologique de France 100(3): 298

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