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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 2923

Chapter 2923 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Pigmentation of egg yolks with astaxanthin from the yeast Phaffia rhodozyma. Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 36(2): 463-470

Pigmentation of eggs. Rivista di Avicoltura 65(4): 39-43

Pigmentation types-understanding the heritability and importance. Wool Technology and Sheep Breeding 44(4): 264-280

Pigmented plaques associated with papillomavirus infection in dogs: is this epidermodysplasia verruciformis?. Veterinary Dermatology 6(4): 179-186

Pigments in mesocotyls of corn (Zea mays) and oats (Avena sativa) in darkness, and after irradiation and treatment with 5-aminolevulinic acid. Physiologia Plantarum 98(4): 714-722

Pigments in the feeding of broiler chickens. Rivista di Avicoltura 65(4): 22-30

Pigs naturally infected by bovine diarrhoea virus present signs resembling swine fever. Chinese Journal of Veterinary Science 16(4): 341-345

Pigs prefer maize silage. Rivista di Suinicoltura 37(5): 56-58

Pilgrimage and tourism: cathedral visiting in contemporary England. International Journal of Heritage Studies 2(3): 172-182

Piliostigmin, a 2-phenoxychromone, and C-methylflavonols from Piliostigma thonningii. Phytochemistry 43(3): 687-690

Pilocarpine-induced motor rhythms in the isolated locust suboesophageal ganglion. Journal of Experimental Biology 200(Pt 16): 2197-2207

Pilot and commercial application of ambient temperature in-store drying of paddy in Northern Thailand. Grain drying in Asia: Proceedings of an International Conference held at the FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, Thailand, 17-20 October, 1995: 342-344

Pilot area I of the SOTER project: Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay, LASOTER: application, development and validation of the SOTER concept. Memorias del XI congreso Latinoamericano y II congreso Cubano de la ciencia del Suelo, 11-17 Marzo 1990, La Habana, Cuba Volumen V: conferencias y symposios: 1523-1534

Pilot cattle information system in Egypt. Renaud, J [Editor], van Gelder, J [Editor] EAAP Publication; Performance recording of animals: State of the art, : 183-188

Pilot dairy at the Danish Royal Veterinary and Agricultural College. Maelkeritidende 109(8): 194-195

Pilot field trial of a recombinant Taenia ovis vaccine in lambs exposed to natural infection. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 44(4): 155-157

Pilot microcatchment of the Sao Joaquim stream, Campinas Dira, Sao Paulo state: a comparative study 1988-94. Informacoes Economicas Instituto de Economia Agricola 26(1): 47-60

Pilot plant application of carbon dioxide injection to increase the storage life of refrigerated raw milk. Revista Espanola de Lecheria ( 74): 35-41

Pilot plant stage bioremediation of CKW- and BTEX-contaminated soil by in-situ infiltration in combination with on-site water and air treatment at the model site Eppelheim. Contaminated soil ' 95: volume 2: proceedings of the Fifth International FZK/TNO Conference, Maastricht, Netherlands, 30 October 3 November 1995: 843-852

Pilot project for small-scale pearl millet seed production in Namibia. Drought tolerant crops for southern Africa Proceedings of the SADC/ICRISAT Regional Sorghum and Pearl Millet Workshop, Gaborone, Botswana, 25-29 July 1994: 275-277

Pilot projects for groundwater improvements in Upper Austria. Forderungsdienst 44(12): 410-413

Pilot randomized controlled trial of Chinese herbal treatment for HIV-associated symptoms. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes and Human Retrovirology 12(4): 386-393

Pilot scale cultivation of certain cultivars of iceberg lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.) using aeroponic system through root-zone cooling. Singapore Journal of Primary Industries 24: 11-17

Pilot studies of azithromycin, letrazuril and paromomycin in the treatment of cryptosporidiosis. International Journal of STD and AIDS 8(2): 124-129

Pilot studies on the effect of enzymatic crosslinking in dairying. Kieler Milchwirtschaftliche Forschungsberichte 49(3): 221-227

Pilot study into sediment tracing in the Cimanuk catchment, Java. Australia Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial Research Organization Institute of Natural Resources & Environment Division of Water Resources Technical Memorandum 0(96-11): 1-5

Pilot study of sources of lead exposure in Moscow, Russia. Environmental Geochemistry and Health 17(4): 200-210

Pilot study of the potential of the repellent cinnamamide to reduce woodpigeon damage to oilseed rape. HGCA Oilseeds Project Report ( OS12): 14 pp.

Pilot study on diode laser iridotomy in dogs. Veterinary & Comparative Ophthalmology 6(4): 230-232

Pilot study on plasma fatty acids in poorly controlled non insulin dependent diabetic Melanesians. East African Medical Journal 73(12): 816-818

Pilot-scale anaerobic treatment of cheese whey by the substrate shuttle process. Water Science and Technology 30(12): 433-442

Pilot-scale biological sulphate and nitrate removal utilizing producer gas as energy source. Water Science and Technology 30(12): 275-285

Pilot-scale culture of Coffea arabica in a novel loop fluidised bed reactor. Plant cell tissue and organ culture 43(2): 171-183

Pilot-scale high solids thermophilic anaerobic digestion of municipal solid waste with an emphasis on nutrient requirements. Biomass & Bioenergy 8(6): 433-444

Pilot-scale malting and brewing trials on new barley varieties. HGCA Project Report ( 117): 23 pp.

Pilot-Scale Selenium Bioremediation of San Joaquin Drainage Water with Thauera selenatis. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 62(9): 3298-3303

Pima seed cotton cleaning for maximum profit. Transactions of the ASAE 40(3): 513-518

Pinatubo oryzae gen. et sp. nov. and its identity during routine tests of rice seed. Mycotaxon 60: 201-212

Pinch and exergy analysis of a fertilizer complex. Part 1. Nitrogen ( 224): 39-41,43-48

Pinch and exergy analysis of a fertilizer complex. Part 2. Nitrogen ( 225): 27...39

Pinch treatment and photoperiod influence flowering of Delphinium cultivars. Hortscience 32(1): 61-63

Pindapixara tarira gen. et sp. n. (Copepoda: Ergasilidae) from the gills of Hoplias malabaricus (Bloch, 1794) (Characiformes: Erythrinidae) from Brazilian Amazon. Acta Amazonica 1995; 24(1/2): 135-144

Pindrolactone, a lanostane derivative from the leaves of Abies pindrow. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 43(4): 853-855

Pine control with AccordTM herbicide and Accord mixes. Weed science meets the press: Proceedings Southern Weed Science Society 49th annual meeting, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, January 15, 16, 17, 1996: 101-106

Pine decline in Lower Austria. Forstschutz Aktuell ( 17/18): 12-13

Pine dieback in Lower Austria 1993-95. FBVA Berichte ( 93): 159-165

Pine genome size diversity and water relations. Physiologia Plantarum 96(1): 13-20

Pine growth enhanced with litter management during upland hardwood stand conversion: five-year results. Bulletin Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station ( 946): ii + 20 pp.

Pine marten attacks the colonies of Apis cerana indica F. at Nauni (India). Indian Bee Journal 56(1/2): 64-67

Pine on soils polluted by heavy metals: tree vitality and population dynamics of selected forest Lepidoptera. Beitrage fur Forstwirtschaft und Landschaftsokologie 30(3): 105-109

Pine plantations of the south. Sustainable forestry challenges for developing countries: 63-76

Pine wood nematode and the Japanese pine sawyer. Pine wood nematode and the Japanese pine sawyer: 302 pp.

Pineal gland of the chicken is a transient lymphoid organ. International Journal of Thymology 4(SUPPL 1): 93-102

Pineapple breeding for resistance to fusariosis in Brazil. Revista de la Facultad de Agronomia, Universidad Central de Venezuela 21(3/4): 137-145

Pineapple genetic resources: direct utilization. Tropical Fruits Newsletter ( 11): 7-8

Pineapple waste - a novel substrate for citric acid production by solid-state fermentation. Biotechnology Letters 17(10): 1107-1110

Pineapple yield and quality on a banana soil of the Canary Islands irrigated with acid and saline water. Tropical Agriculture 72(3): 220-224

Pineapple: cultivation and export. Harvest Port Moresby 16(1/2): 24-27

Pines in Europe: illustrations and descriptions of native and exotic pines found in forests, gardens and parks of Europe. Kiefern in Europa: Bildtafeln und Beschreibungen der in europaischen Waldern, Garten und Parks anzutreffenden einheimischen und fremdlandischen Arten: 204 pp.

Pinhole beetle infestation of Acacia mangium logs. Nitrogen Fixing Tree Research Reports 13: 18

Pinhole grate conversions of two 30 t/h boilers at South Nyanza sugar company, Kenya. Proceedings of the Annual Congress South African Sugar Technologists' Association ( 70): 200-203

Pink Lady - a new star in the cultivar sky. Obstbau Weinbau 33(12): 317-319

Pink body colour in tilapia shows single gene inheritance. Aquaculture Research. August; 288: 581-589

Pink bollworm suppression response and field persistence of two insect parasitic nematodes. 1995 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, San Antonio, TX, USA, January 4-7, 1995: Volume 2: 944-946

Pink disease of rubber can be prevented. Rubber Board Bulletin 27(2): 35-38

Pink mold rot of muskmelon and tomato fruits and trichothecin production by Trichothecium roseum. Mycotoxins ( 41): 53-59

Pinless external fixation of mandible fractures in cattle. Veterinary Surgery 26(1): 14-19

Pinus banksiana has at least seven expressed alcohol dehydrogenase genes in two linked groups. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 93(23): 13020-13023

Pinus cembroides s.l. and Pinus johannis of the Mexican Plateau: a review. Acta Botanica Gallica 1997; 143(7): 681-693

Pinus culminicola: discovery and preservation of a Mexican dwarf pine. Forst und Holz 51(20): 664-665

Pinus elliottii, P. taeda and P. caribaea, three fast-growing species for cost-effective removal of atmospheric carbon in Misiones and northeast Corrientes. Pinus elliottii, P taeda, P caribaea, tres especies de rapido crecimiento que, en Misiones y el noreste de Corrientes, eliminan carbono de la atmosfera a costos competitivos: ; 12 pp.

Pinus gerardiana (chilgoza) cone borers of Kinnaur District in Himachal Pradesh. Indian Forester 121(8): 728-734

Pinus halepensis x Pinus brutia subsp. brutia hybrids? Identification using morphological and biochemical traits. Silvae Genetica 44(4): 186-190

Pinus halepensis: an alternative for reforesting marginal fields in the Sierra Madre Oriental of northeastern Mexico. Investigacion Agraria, Sistemas y Recursos Forestales 4(1): 33-43

Pinus ponderosa seedling establishment and the influence of competition with the bunchgrass Agropyron spicatum. International Journal of Plant Sciences 157(4): 509-515

Pinus radiata seedling growth and micronutrient uptake in a sand culture experiment, as affected by the form of nitrogen. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 25(1): 49-59

Pinus radiata site quality study in the Basque Country (Spain) using nutritional and physiographical criteria. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 85(3): 1275-1280

Pioneer agriculture, Green Revolution and environmental degradation in Thailand. Counting the costs: economic growth and environmental change in Thailand: 67-89

Pioneer aquatic vegetation of Ranalisma and Eichhornia in creeks of the dense forest near Yangambi (Kisangani, Zaire). Bulletin du Jardin Botanique National de Belgique 65(3-4): 293-330

Pioneer broadleaves in young oak and beech stands. Forst und Holz 51(10): 340-344

Pioneer forests on the Hartmannswillerkopf mountain in Alsace, France. Tuexenia ( 15): 109-129

Pioneer Leaders in Plant Pathology: ES Luttrell. Annual Review of Phytopathology 33: 23-35

Pioneer observations on soil formation and environment in Scandinavia: Erik Pontoppidan (1698-1764): his Danish atlas of 1763 and his natural history of Norway (1752). Advances in Geoecology ( 29): 351-364

Pioneer phase of succession in a ruderal weed community. Acta Botanica Hungarica 39(1-2): 51-70

Pioneer strengthens protection of intellectual property rights. Seed World Des Plaines 133(8): 12-13

Pipe connecting structure to be used for a milk delivery pipe. Official Gazette of the United States Patent & Trademark Office Patents 1177(5): 3034-3035, Aug 29

Pipe drainage in the Eastern Padano-Veneta plain in north-east Italy. Irrigation and Drainage Systems 11(1): 61-81

Pipe dreams. New Farmer and Grower ( 48): 10-12

Pipe flow significance on subsurface discharge from the valley head of a small watershed. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 78(1): 20-28

Pipeflow contributing areas and runoff response. Hydrological Processes 11(1): 35-41

Piplaroxide, an ant-repellent piperidine epoxide from Piper tuberculatum. Journal of Natural Products 59(8): 794-795

Pirate insecticide-miticide EUP results: mite control in cotton. 1995 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, San Antonio, TX, USA, January 4-7, 1995: Volume 2: 952-954

Pirate insecticide-miticide for control of cotton insects in mid-south cotton. 1996 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, Nashville, TN, USA, January 9-12, 1996: Volume 2: 865-870

Pirate insecticide-miticide: comparative impact on beneficial insect and Heliothis populations in experimental use permit trials in Mississippi during 1994. 1995 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, San Antonio, TX, USA, January 4-7, 1995: Volume 2: 913-915

Piritel in treatment of intestinal nematodes. Svinovodstvo Moskva ( 4): 20-22

Piromyces citronii sp. nov., a strictly anaerobic fungus from equine caecum: a morphological, metabolic, and ultrastructural study. FEMS Microbiology Letters 130(2/3): 321-326

Pironetin, a novel plant growth regulator produced by Streptomyces sp. NK10958. III. Biosynthesis. Journal of Antibiotics 48(8): 893-895

Piroplasmosis disclosing cholelithiasis. Pratique Medicale and Chirurgicale de l' Animal de Compagnie 31(3): 241-242

Piroplasmosis of horses: what is known concerning transmission and disease risk?. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 16(5): 184-188

Piroplasms of domestic animals in the Macedonia region of Greece. 3. Piroplasms of small ruminants. Veterinary Parasitology 63(1/2): 67-74

Pisatin metabolism in pea (Pisum sativum L.) cell suspension cultures. Plant Cell Reports 16(5): 304-309

Pisciculture and the environment: an economic evaluation of sewage-fed fisheries in East Calcutta. Science, Technology and Development 14(2): 73-99

Pisciculture in peasant societies. Hommes et Animaux ( 1995): 32-34

Piscirickettsiosis: a bacterin field trial in coho salmon (Onchorhynchus kisutch). Bulletin of the European Association of Fish Pathologists 15(4): 137-141

Pistachio diseases in Greece. Acta Horticulturae ( 419): 345-348

Pistachio growing in Greece. Acta Horticulturae ( 419): 423-425

Pistachio nut growing in Turkey. Acta Horticulturae ( 419): 161-164

Pistachio production in Iran. Acta Horticulturae ( 419): 165-168

Pistachio production, technology, problems and research project in Syria. Acta Horticulturae ( 419): 189-193

Pistachio situation and outlook. World Horticultural Trade and US Export Opportunities ( 10): 20-22

Pistachio trial under different volumes of irrigation in Italy. Acta Horticulturae ( 419): 249-252

Pistachionut rust - a new disease from Himachal Pradesh. Plant Disease Research 10(1): 33

Pistil strategies controlling pollen tube growth. Sexual Plant Reproduction 9(6): 343-347

Pistillate and staminate flower development in dioecious Pistacia vera (Anacardiaceae). American Journal of Botany 83(6): 759-766

Pistillate flower development in eastern black walnut. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 26(8): 1514-1519

Pisum sativum L. (field pea) cv. Laura. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 36(1): 121-122

Pit cultivation in the Matengo highlands of Tanzania. Sustaining the soil: indigenous soil and water conservation in Africa: 145-150

Pit inoculation - an alternative method for effective nodulation in transplanted Leucaena leucocephala. Indian Journal of Microbiology 36(4): 233-234

Pit-1 gene expression in human lactotroph and somatotroph pituitary adenomas is correlated to D2 receptor gene expression. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 81(9): 3390-3396

Pitaya: a new fruit crop species for the central southern regions. Informatore Agrario 52(11): 69-72

Pitayas (Genus Hylocereus): a new fruit crop for the Negev Desert of Israel. New crops Proceedings of the Second National Symposium: New crops, exploration, research and commercialization, Indianapolis, Indiana, October 6-9, 1991: 491-495

Pitch pine (Pinus rigida Mill.) communities in northeastern New York State. American Midland Naturalist 134(2): 294-306

Pitcher dimorphism, prey composition and the mechanisms of prey attraction in the pitcher plant Nepenthes rafflesiana in Borneo. Journal of Ecology 84(4): 515-525

Pitcher irrigation, a new irrigation technique to curb the effects of salinization. Engineering the economy Proceedings 7th annual conference Kenya Society of Agricultural Engineers, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Kenya 4-15 December 1995: 15-21

Pitfalls in diagnosis of Lyme disease. What you need to know about serologic testing. Postgraduate Medicine 102(1): 65-7, 71-2

Pitfalls of PCR: misdiagnosis of cerebral Nocardia infection. Lancet British edition 347(8997): 335-336

Pith necrosis of the stem in Capsicum pepper. Determination of its causal agent in Argentina. Horticultura Argentina 14(36): 29-32

Pithiness and growth of radish tubers as affected by irradiance and plant density. Annals of botany 79(4): 397-402

Pitting of grapefruit that resembles chilling injury. Hortscience 30(7): 1422-1426

Pitting on kiwifruit in storage caused by Phialophora sp. Acta Horticulturae ( 444): 751-756

Pituitary adenylate cyclase activating polypeptide stimulates rat Leydig cell steroidogenesis through a novel transduction pathway. Endocrinology 138(8): 3228-3235

Pituitary and gonadal responses to the long-term pulsatile administration of gonadotrophin-releasing hormone in fetal sheep. Journal of Endocrinology 153(3): 385-391

Pituitary and ovarian response to PMSG and GnRH of a gonadal dysgenetic buffalo. Veterinary Record 140(20): 533-533

Pituitary follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) induces CREM gene expression in Sertoli cells: involvement in long-term desensitization of the FSH receptor. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 92(23): 10673-7

Pituitary follistatin regulates activin-mediated production of follicle-stimulating hormone during the rat estrous cycle. Endocrinology 138(7): 2841-2848

Pituitary lactotrope expresses transforming growth factor beta (TGF beta) type II receptor mRNA and protein and contains 125I-TGF beta 1 binding sites. Journal of Endocrinology 149(1): 19-27

Pituitary relationship of gonadotropins and messenger ribonucleic acid for gonadotropin subunits in white composite and Meishan boars. Biology of Reproduction 54(1): 154-159

Pituitary response to exogenous GnRH on day 7 postpartum in high-producing dairy cows. Reproduction in Domestic Animals 31(2): 343-347

Pituitary responsiveness to GnRH in lambs undernourished during fetal life. Animal Reproduction Science 43(2-3): 113-121

Pituitary-specific chromatin structure of the rat prolactin distal enhancer element. Nucleic Acids Research 24(6): 1065-1072

Pityriasis versicolor in Manaus, Amazonia, Brazil. Anais Brasileiros de Dermatologia 72(4): 349-351

Pityriasis versicolor: clinical experience with Lamisil cream and Lamisil DermGel. Dermatology 194 Suppl 1: 19-21

Pityrosporum ovale (Malassezia furfur) as the causative agent of seborrhoeic dermatitis: new treatment options. British Journal of Dermatology 134(Suppl. 46): 12-15

Pityrosporum ovale in seborrhoeic dermatitis. Study of 26 patients with AIDS and 21 controls. Dermatologia, Revista Mexicana 39(6): 343-346

Pivalate affects carnitine status but causes no severe metabolic changes in rat liver. Journal of Nutrition 126(6): 1683-1687

Pivalic acid-induced carnitine deficiency and physical exercise in humans. Metabolism Clinical & Experimental 45(12): 1501-1507

Pixel allocation using remotely-sensed data and ground data. International Journal of Remote Sensing 18(2): 417-433

Pizza - our new sausage substitute?. Var Foda 48(7): 18-21

Pizza: a delivery vehicle to illustrate the role of food and non-food suppliers serving the FAFH industry. Agribusiness New York 13(1): 85-92

Pl-Rhoades is more susceptible to DNase I cleavage than Pl-Blotched. Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter ( 70): 17-18

Place and position learning in honey bees (Apis mellifera). Journal of Comparative Psychology 108(3): 213-219

Place of allergy in chronic urticaria. Revue Francaise d' Allergologie et d' Immunologie Clinique 36(3): 247-252

Place of genetic epidemiology in the study of infectious diseases: the example of malaria. Medecine Tropicale 55(4, Supplement): 14-18

Place of sorghum in grain production systems in Queensland. AIAS Occasional Publication ( 93): 37-42

Placebo-controlled immunotherapy with Cocos nucifera pollen extract. International Archives of Allergy and Immunology 103(2): 194-201

Placement and application rate of the nematode Steinernema carpocapsae (Rhabditida: Steinernematidae) for suppression of the western corn rootworm (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 68(4): 461-467

Placement density influences broiler carcass grade and meat yields. Journal of Applied Poultry Research 4(4): 384-389

Placement effects of organic sources on nitrogenase activity and nitrogen-fixing bacteria in flooded rice soils. Biology and fertility of soils5(2): 103-108

Placement of Arabidopsis parvula in Thellungiella (Brassicaceae). Novon 5(4): 309-310

Placement of pheromone traps within the vegetation canopy to enhance capture of male European corn borer (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae). Journal of Economic Entomology 90(3): 795-800

Placement of soil moisture sensors in sprinkler irrigated potatoes. American Potato Journal 72(9): 533-543

Placement of tRNA primer on the primer-binding site requires pol gene expression in avian but not murine retroviruses. Journal of Virology 71(9): 6940-6946

Placenta-specific expression of the rat growth hormone-releasing hormone gene promoter in transgenic mice. Endocrinology 138(8): 3222-3227

Placental but not fetal growth is restricted during mid-gestation in sheep which are not adapted to a hot environment. Sustainable animal production and the environment Proceedings of the 7th AAAP Animal Science Congress, Bali Indonesia, 11-16 July, 1994 Volume 2: contributed papers: 3-4

Placental falciparum infection and outcome of pregnancy in Nigerian mothers from an endemic area. Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology (Abingdon) 16(4): 211-216

Placental growth and the ability of sheep to thermoregulate in hot environment. Small Ruminant Research 20(2): 121-127

Placental hormones, genomic imprinting, and maternal-fetal communication. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 9(3): 357-380

Placental malaria. New England Journal of Medicine 335(2): 98

Placental transfer and milk secretion of gadodiamide injection in rats. Arzneimittel-Forschung 46(1): 83-86

Placental transport and fetal utilization of leucine in a model of fetal growth retardation. American Journal of Physiology 270(3 Pt 1): E491-E503

Placental transport of threonine and its utilization in the normal and growth-restricted fetus. American Journal of Physiology 272(5 Pt 1): E892-E900

Placental trophoblasts resist infection by multiple human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) type 1 variants even with cytomegalovirus coinfection but support HIV replication after provirus transfection. Journal of Virology 71(9): 6359-6372

Placentitis induced by Brucella abortus strain RB51 in pregnant cattle. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the United States Animal Health Association 99: 104-107

Placing agricultural and development issues on the agenda of irrigation projects. a case study of engineering bias and institutional complexity on the left bank outfall drain project, Pakistan. Asian regional symposium on maintenance and operation of irrigation/drainage schemes for improved performance China, 24-27 May 1993: 165-175

Placing empirical limits on metapopulation models for terrestrial plants. Evolutionary Ecology 11(3): 275-288

Placing money values on non-market benefits of forests. Sylwan 139(11): 5-27

Plague in Africa: epidemiology and control. Africa Health 19(1): 14-15

Plague in India posed little threat to U.S. public health. Journal of Environmental Health 57(8): 28

Plague in Madagascar: epidemiological data from 1989 to 1995 and the national control program. Cahiers d' Etudes et de Recherches Francophones/Sante 7(1): 53-60

Plague in the Rostov region. (History, epidemiology, epizootiology, control and prophylaxis). Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni ( 4): 46-50

Plague surveillance in Brazil: 1983-1992. Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de Sao Paulo 37(6): 511-516

Plague-past and present. Clinical Microbiology Newsletter 18(20): 153-156

Plague. Madagascar. Weekly Epidemiological Record 70(40): 283

Plain talk about 120 000 tons a year. BioCycle 37(11): 58-60

Plains states timber industry-an assessment of timber product output and use, 1993. Resource Bulletin North Central Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( NC-178): 25 pp.

Plan for the 1996-97 harvest: is there light at the end of the tunnel. Agroanalysis 16(8): 17-19

Plan, implementation and extension of the German Agricultural Information Network. Das deutsche Agrarinformationsnetz DAINet, Symposium Juni 1995, Bonn: 14-19

Plane of nutrition and economics of ram raising under different systems of grazing management. Indian Journal of Animal Nutrition 11(2): 85-89

Plane of nutrition and growth response of lambs and kids maintained on two- and three-tier silvipasture. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 66(11): 1194-1197

Planetary boundary layer and surface layer sensitivity to land surface parameters. Boundary Layer Meteorology 77(3/4): 353-378

Planform effects on simulated hillslope soil moisture in an upland forested watershed. Proceedings of

Planistromellaceae, a new family in the Dothideales. Mycotaxon 60(0): 433-442

Planned breeding routine in dairy cows using a treatment regimen involving GnRH and PGF2 alpha . A multi site study (interim report). Cattle Practice 4(3): 289-291

Planned breeding systems for dairy herds. Veterinary Times 27(2): 26-28

Planned legal regulations on soil conservation and rehabilitation of contaminated sites in the Federal Republic of Germany. Contaminated soil ' 95: Volume 1: Proceedings of the Fifth International FZK/TNO Conference on Contaminated Soil, 30 October 3 November, 1995, Maastricht, The Netherlands: 55-59

Planned milk. Latte 21(4): 77-79

Planned unbalanced designs for estimation of quantitative genetic parameters. I: Two-way matings. Biometrics 52(1): 56-70

Planned unbalanced designs for estimation of quantitative genetic parameters. II: Nested matings. Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics 1(4): 490-505

Planners or performers? Reflections on indigenous dryland farming in northern Burkina Faso. Agriculture and Human Values 13(3): 12-22

Planning a conference. IUFRO Occasional Paper Ed. 2( 3): 72 pp.

Planning a highway forest transportation system using PERT/COM techniques. Revista Arvore 1996; 19(4): 540-547

Planning a steel round silo system. Muhle + Mischfuttertechnik 133(34): 550

Planning acceptable forest roads by applying the spline function. Bulletin of the Utsunomiya University Forests ( 32): 17-26

Planning agricultural areas in Saxony-Anhalt - case studies and principles. Kuhn Archiv 89(1): 15-25

Planning agricultural education in India. European Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension 4(1): 67-80

Planning agricultural production systems as ecosystems for environmental, social, and economic sustainability. Environmentally sound agriculture: proceedings of the second conference, Orlando, Florida, 20-22 April 1994: 1-8

Planning ahead. Dairy Industries International 62(2): 23-24

Planning and G.I.S. General Technical Report Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( NE-198): 211-221

Planning and analysis of diallel cross experiments by computer. Biuletyn Instytutu Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roslin ( 200): 27-31

Planning and control in an demonstration enterprise for near-natural forestry in North-Rhine Westphalia with the aid of permanent sample plots. Allgemeine Forst und Jagdzeitung 167(1/2): 15-20

Planning and coordination in water management. Proceedings of International Conference on Water Resources Planning in a Changing World: I83-I90

Planning and development of economically and environmentally sustainable agriculture in West Bengal. Science, Technology and Development 14(2): 39-47

Planning and engineering of cogeneration projects. International Sugar Journal Worldwide Sugar Edition 99(1178): 85-87

Planning and establishment of soil testing laboratory. Fertiliser News 41(3): 19-21,23,25

Planning and implementing an effective downsizing program. International Journal of Hospitality Management 16(1): 23-38

Planning and implementing sustainable projects in developing countries: theory, practice and economics. Planning and implementing sustainable projects in developing countries: theory, practice and economics: xv + 196 pp.

Planning and investigations for groundwater recharge using wetland-treated sewage effluent. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 942074): 20 pp.

Planning and management of irrigation projects. Planning and management of irrigation projects: 175 pp.

Planning and management procedures in an irrigation system with mixed cropping. Asian regional symposium on maintenance and operation of irrigation/drainage schemes for improved performance China, 24-27 May 1993: 147-163

Planning and management tools for effective water use. International Conference on Land and Water Resources Management in the Mediterranean Region, Valenzano, Bari, Italy 4-8 September, 1994 ( 1): 417-435

Planning and optimization of Mexican investments in irrigation technology. Sustainability of irrigated agriculture irrigation planning and management: measures in harmony with the environment Volume 1 C Transactions of the 16th International Congress on Irrigation and Drainage, Cairo, Egypt, 1996: 2-9

Planning and optimizing dairy herd management under quota conditions. Agrarwirtschaft 45(8/9): 303-315

Planning and priority setting for regional research: a practical approach to combine natural resource management and productivity concerns. Research Management Guidelines International Service for National Agricultural Research ( 4): xv + 79 pp.

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Plant cuticles: an integrated functional approach. Plant cuticles: an integrated functional approach: xiv + 337 pp.

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Plant defenses and defensive chemicals. PGRSA Quarterly 24(4): 188-200

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Plant defensins: novel antimicrobial peptides as components of the host defense system. Plant Physiology 108(4): 1353-1358

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Plant degradation by ruminants: parallels with litter decomposition in soils. Driven by nature: plant litter quality and decomposition: 47-66

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Plant density and cultivar effects on fruiting response of strawberry. Soil & Crop Science Society of Florida Proceedings 54(0): 83-86

Plant density and soybean maturity in a soybean-maize intercrop. Agronomy Journal 87(5): 965-969

Plant density as a yield tool in Argentine fodder maize. Memorias de la III Reunion Latinoamericana y XVI Reunion de la Zona Andina de Investigadores en Maiz Cochabamba, Santa Cruz, Bolivia, 1995: Tomo I: 337-350

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Plant density in irrigated cowpeas. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 32(4): 399-405

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Plant derivatives in managing nematodes attacking tea in Sri Lanka. International Journal of Nematology 7(1): 111-112

Plant derived composites and the future importance of non-wood or annually harvested fibre crops. Commonwealth Forestry Review 75(2): 164-168, 186

Plant derived materials for metal ion-selective binding and preconcentrating. Analytical Chemistry Washington 68(1): 22a-27a

Plant development of tomato, Lycopersicon esculentum Miller, cv. Rio Grande in the Limon river area, Zulia State, Venezuela, II. Relative growth rate, leaf weight ratio and gamma. Revista de la Facultad de Agronomia, Universidad del Zulia 12(1): 15-23

Plant development: attractive ovules. Current Biology 7(2): R64-R66

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Plant development: pulled up by the roots. Current Opinion in Genetics and Development 5(4): 432-438

Plant disease and pest control in ornamental crops with special reference to environmental aspects. Acta Horticulturae ( 353): 164-176

Plant disease in a changing global environment. Aspects of Applied Biology ( 45): 227-238

Plant disease incidence: distributions, heterogeneity, and temporal analysis. Annual Review of Phytopathology 33: 529-564

Plant disease incidence: inverse sampling, sequential sampling, and confidence intervals when observed mean incidence is zero. Crop Protection 15(7): 621-632

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Plant diseases caused by bacteria. Botany in India: history and progress Volume 1: 135-163

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Plant diversity, dispersion, community similarity and vegetation description in United Arab Emirates. I. North western area. Qatar University Science Journal 15(1): 249-258

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Plant domestication through induced mutations. NBRI Newsletter 22(4): 44-46

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Plant exploration in Hubei. International Plant Propagators' Society: Combined Proceedings 1995; 44: 519-521

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Plant functional types and climate at the global scale. Journal of Vegetation Science 7(3): 309-320

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Plant gene expression regulation. Encyclopedia of molecular biology and molecular medicine Volume 4: Mass spectrometry high speed DNA fragment sizing to plasma lipoproteins: 465-475

Plant gene transfer and expression protocols. Plant gene transfer and expression protocols: xiii + 466 pp.

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Plant genes involved in the establishment of an actinorhizal symbiosis. Plant genes involved in the establishment of an actinorhizal symbiosis: 108 pp.

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Plant genetic diversity and the struggle to measure selection. Journal of Heredity 88(1): 1-7

Plant genetic diversity in Mauritius and the issue of conservation. Revue Agricole et Sucriere de l' Ile Maurice 74(3): 9-13

Plant genetic engineering may help with environmental cleanup. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 93(8): 3164-3166

Plant genetic resources activities at IPGRI Office for South Asia. Proceedings of the South Asia National Coordinators Meeting on Plant Genetic Resources, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 10-12 January 1995: 61-68

Plant genetic resources activities in Bangladesh - current status and future plans. Proceedings of the South Asia National Coordinators Meeting on Plant Genetic Resources, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 10-12 January 1995: 9-19

Plant genetic resources activities in Turkey. Report of a working group on grain legumes: first meeting 14-16 July 1995, Copenhagen, Denmark: 95-99

Plant genetic resources and the options for an information network. Proceedings of the South Asia National Coordinators Meeting on Plant Genetic Resources, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 10-12 January 1995: 147-154

Plant genetic resources country report - Sri Lanka. Proceedings of the South Asia National Coordinators Meeting on Plant Genetic Resources, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 10-12 January 1995: 57-60

Plant genetic resources for food and agriculture: towards a multilateral agreement. Proceedings from an informal international consultation held in Stockholm, 1-2 March 1995. SAREC Documentation ( 1): 25 pp.

Plant genetic resources in Pantelleria and Pelagie archipelago, Italy: collecting and conservation of local crop germplasm. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter ( 108): 17-25

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Plant genetic resources in Sweden. Proposal for a national programme. Sveriges Utsadesforenings Tidskrift 106(4): 161-173

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Plant genetic resources in central Asia. Dryland Pasture, Forage and Range Network News ( 12): 16-17

Plant genetic resources of north-east India and their exploitation. Proceedings of the Seminar on Problems and Prospects of Agricultural Research and Development in North East India, Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat, India, 27-28 November 1995: 1-9

Plant genetic resources system - an Indian perspective. Proceedings of the South Asia National Coordinators Meeting on Plant Genetic Resources, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 10-12 January 1995: 25-43

Plant genetic study of restricted nodulation in soybean. Crop Science 36(2): 243-249

Plant genetical control at the crucial steps of symbiosis. Nitrogen fixation: fundamentals and applications Proceedings of the 10th International Congress on Nitrogen Fixation, St Petersburg, Russia, May 28 June 3, 1995: 461-466

Plant genetics: seeing selection in S allele sequences. Current Biology 7(1): R34-R37

Plant genotype and growth regulators interaction affecting in vitro morphogenesis of blackberry and raspberry. Biologia Plantarum (Prague) 39(1): 139-150

Plant genotype, micronutrient fertilization and take-all infection influence bacterial populations in the rhizosphere of wheat. Plant & Soil 183(2): 269-277

Plant germplasm viability: biochemical insights and noninvasive assessments. Journal of Seed Technology 17(2): 65-78

Plant glutathione peroxidases. Physiologia Plantarum 100(2): 234-240

Plant growth and nitrogen leaching from container plants grown at different watering levels, fertilizer types and on different drainage materials. Report of investigations in 1993-96. SP Rapport Statens Planteavlsforsog ( 4): 48 pp.

Plant growth and physiological characters of lettuce plants grown under artificial light of different irradiating cycles. Environment Control in Biology 33(2): 143-149

Plant growth and root-knot disease of soybean under the stress of SO2 and O3 gases mixture. Nematologia Mediterranea 24(2): 261-264

Plant growth and soil processes in temperate grassland communities at elevated CO2. Journal of Biogeography 22(2/3): 235-240

Plant growth and yield of red raspberry following primocane defoliation. Hortscience 31(6): 920-922

Plant growth and yield response of the olive tree cv. Kalamon, for different levels of soil water potential and methods of irrigation. Advances in Horticultural Science 9(3): 136-139

Plant growth characters of Chinese kale (Brassica oleracea L. var. alboglabra). Acta Horticulturae ( 407): 55-59

Plant growth hormone kinetin delays ageing, prolongs the lifespan and slows down development of the fruitfly Zaprionus paravittiger. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 216(3): 1067-1071

Plant growth promoting and fungicidal 4-quinolinones from Pseudomonas cepacia. Phytochemistry (Oxford) 42(2): 365-368

Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria and soybean nodulation and nitrogen fixation at suboptimal root zone temperatures. Annals of botany 77(5): 453-459

Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria and their role in improving crop productivity. Biotechnological approaches in soil microorganisms for sustainable crop production: 149-191

Plant growth promotion and Fusarium wilt suppression by herbicide tolerant Pseudomonas strains. Proceedings of the second international weed control congress, Copenhagen, Denmark, 25-28 June 1996: Volumes 1-4: 369-374

Plant growth promotion and fungal pest control through an antibiotic and siderophore producing fluorescent Pseudomonas strain from tea (Camellia sinensis (L) O Kuntze) plantations. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 35(3): 289-292

Plant growth promotion effects of chitosan: effects of chitosan application on growth and seed yield of soyabeans. Marine and Highland Bioscience Center Report 2: 15-19

Plant growth promotion of wheat inoculated with Penicillium radicum sp. nov. Australian Journal of Soil Research 35(2): 291-300

Plant growth regulator effects on the storage and shelf-life of 'Triumph' persimmons. Acta Horticulturae ( 436): 243-250

Plant growth regulators and pruning in the cotton crop. Bragantia 53(2): 247-254

Plant growth regulators for improving fruit set of tomato. Egyptian Journal of Horticulture 1996; 22(2): 163-173

Plant growth regulators from Kenyan plant, Psiadia punctulata. Scientific Reports of the Faculty of Agriculture, Okayama University ( 84): 7-11

Plant growth regulators from ash strains of Pseudomonas syringae subsp. savastanoi. Experientia 51(9-10): 990-993

Plant growth regulators in relation to nematode management. Egyptian Journal of Agricultural Research 71(4): 883-890

Plant growth regulators: potential uses in the nursery industry. International Plant Propagators' Society: Combined Proceedings 1995; 44: 474-477

Plant growth retardants: perspectives and possibilities for practical applications. Research Bulletin of the Panjab University, Science 1996; 44(1/4): 151-163

Plant growth substances as osmoregulants under salt stress in callus cultures of cowpea. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 38(4): 325-327

Plant growth-form alters the relationship between foliar morphology and species shade-tolerance ranking in temperate woody taxa. Vegetatio 124(2): 145-153

Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria alter rooting patterns and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi colonization of field-grown spring wheat. Biology and Fertility of Soils 23(2): 113-120

Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria and soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) growth and physiology at suboptimal root zone temperatures. Annals of Botany 79(3): 243-249

Plant growth: roots in the cell cycle. Current Biology 6(7): 788-789

Plant hallucinogens: springboards for psychotherapeutic drug discovery. Behavioural Brain Research 73(1-2): 109-116

Plant health after agricultural disaster. ASCOLFI Informa 21(4): 43-48

Plant health and the single market. Arboricultural Journal 19(4): 370-376

Plant height as a determining factor in the competition between Solanum nigrum L. and tomato and pepper crops. Proceedings of the 1995 Congress of the Spanish Weed Science Society, Huesca, Spain, 14-16 November 1995: 317-321

Plant height as a factor in competition between black nightshade and two horticultural crops (tomato and pepper). Journal of Horticultural Science 71(3): 453-460

Plant height reduction and disease resistance in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivar IAC-18 by gamma radiation-induced mutations. Brazilian Journal of Genetics 19(2): 275-281

Plant histochemistry by correlation peak imaging. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 92(25): 11912-5

Plant homologues of components of MAPK (mitogen-activated protein kinase) signal pathways in yeast and animal cells. Plant & Cell Physiology 36(5): 749-757

Plant hormesis induced by ultraviolet light-C for controlling postharvest diseases of tree fruits. Crop Protection 15(2): 129-134

Plant hormone mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana. Pakistan Journal of Botany 28(1): 41-49

Plant hormone receptors from binding proteins to functional units. Plant hormone signal perception and transduction, Moscow, Russia, 4-10 September 1994: 37-39

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Plant hormones and wood formation. Scientia Silvae Sinicae 32(2): 165-170

Plant hormones in developing and germinating pollen grains of Amaryllis vittata Ait. Journal of Palynology 30(1-2): 101-105

Plant hormones in fungi and bacteria from malting barley. Journal of the Institute of Brewing 101(5): 351-357

Plant hormones produced by Azorhizobium caulinodans ORS 571. Microbiology Beijing 22(1): 10-13

Plant hormones: brassinosteroids in the spotlight. Current Biology 6(6): 658-661

Plant hunting in Yunnan, China, spring 1994. American Rhododendron Society Journal 49(2): 86-88, 103-105

Plant hydrolytic enzymes (chitinases and beta -1,3-glucanases) in root reactions to pathogenic and symbiotic microorganisms. Plant and Soil 185(2): 211-221

Plant identification in the arid zone. Plant identification in the arid zone: viii + 104 pp.

Plant impact volatiles from higher fungi: a biotechnological perspective. Perfumer and Flavorist 20(5): 79...86

Plant in response to copper toxicity. Taiwania 40(2): 173-181

Plant in vitro transcription: the opening of a new era. Trends in Plant Science 1(2): 41

Plant inositol monophosphatase is a lithium-sensitive enzyme encoded by a multigene family. Plant Cell 7(12): 2175-2185

Plant intercellular communication via plasmodesmata. Plant Cell 9(7): 1043-1054

Plant invasion by introduced species on Reunion and vegetation dynamics on lava flows. Ecologie 26(3): 169-180

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Plant inventory, succession, and reclamation alternatives on disturbed lands in Grand Teton National Park. General Technical Report Intermountain Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( INT-GTR-315): 343-358

Plant lactate dehydrogenase: NADH kinetics and inhibition by ATP. Phytochemistry 45(5): 897-902

Plant lectins induce the production of a phytoalexin in Pisum sativum. Plant & Cell Physiology 36(5): 799-807

Plant life under extreme environments. Current Science (Bangalore) 72(5): 306-315

Plant limitations to fiber digestion and utilization. Journal of Nutrition 127(5 Suppl): 814s-818s

Plant lipid metabolism. Plant lipid metabolism: xvii + 588 pp.

Plant litter quality and decomposition: an historical overview. Driven by nature: plant litter quality and decomposition: 3-30

Plant loss in single-seed-descent populations of lentil. Legume Research 18(2): 67-70

Plant mRNA 3'-end formation. Plant Molecular Biology 32(1/2): 43-61

Plant macrofossils from Hungarian Pleistocene II. Angiospermatophyta in Gyrujfalu, West Hungary. Annales Historico Naturales Musei Nationalis Hungarici 88: 5-20

Plant macrofossils from the historical period from scoat tarn (wasdale), English Lake district, in relation to environmental and climatic changes. Botanical Journal of Scotland 49(1): 1-17

Plant male germ line transformation. Plant Journal 12(4): 949-956, Oct

Plant mapping of Mexican cotton cultivars. 1996 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, Nashville, TN, USA, January 9-12, 1996: Volume 1: 585-587

Plant meristems: cell signalling keeps the balance. Current Biology 7(7): R427-R429

Plant metabolism. Plant metabolism (Ed. 2): xi + 631 pp.

Plant metabolism as influenced by earthworm casts. Mitteilungen aus dem Hamburgischen Zoologischen Museum und Institut 89(SUPPL 2): 179-185

Plant metabolism in the conditions of space flight. Acta Veterinaria Brno 65(1): 11-17

Plant metabolites active against Trypanosoma cruzi. Planta Medica 62(2): 98-105

Plant methyltransferases and their targets in the plant genome. Russo, V E A [Editor], Martienssen, R A [Editor], Riggs, A D [Editor] Cold Spring Harbor Monograph Series; Epigenetic mechanisms of gene regulation : 95-108

Plant mitochondrial RNase P. Molecular Biology Reports1996; 22(2/3): 151-156

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Plant mitosis promoting factor disassembles the microtubule preprophase band and accelerates prophase progression in Tradescantia. Cell Biology International 20(4): 275-287

Plant moisture stress of green ash trees in contrasting urban sites. Journal of Arboriculture 21(6): 271-276

Plant molecular and cellular laser microsurgery. World Journal of Microbiology & Biotechnology 12(6): 561-565

Plant molecular biology. Boletin de la Sociedad Botanica de Mexico ( 55): 45-52

Plant molecular biology: novel foods and wholesomeness. Agri food quality: an interdisciplinary approach: 3-11

Plant molecular genetics. Plant molecular genetics: x + 236 pp.

Plant mollicutes and bacteria-like organisms. Botany in India: history and progress Volume 1: 63-80

Plant morphogenesis: designing leaves. Current Biology 6(8): 917-919

Plant morphogenetic responses to light quality and consequences for intercropping. Sinoquet, H [Editor], Cruz, P [Editor] Ecophysiology of tropical intercropping 231-256

Plant morphology and content of nitrogen, cell wall and lignin at different phenological stages of red clover and yellow sweetclover. Swedish Journal of Agricultural Research 27(1): 3-14

Plant morphology and forage nutritive value of three bahiagrasses as affected by harvest frequency. Agronomy Journal 88(1): 85-89

Plant mutants with altered responses to cytokinins. Physiologia Plantarum 100(3): 528-533

Plant names in the Latvian language - unexplored linguistic and cultural treasures. Latvijas Zinatnu Akademijas Vestis A Dala, Humanitaras Zinatnes 50(2): 1-5

Plant neighbour diversity. Journal of Vegetation Science 8(2): 255-258

Plant nematode fauna of Pakistan. Proceedings of Pakistan Congress of Zoology 13: 27-59

Plant nematodes in the Bergplaas Plantation, Western Cape Province with a description of a new Criconema species and notes on two known species of Criconematidae. South African Forestry Journal 0(177): 1-6

Plant nuclear migrations as indicators of critical interactions between resistant or susceptible cowpea epidermal cells and invasion hyphae of the cowpea rust fungus. New Phytologist 35(4): 689-700

Plant nuclear pore complex proteins are modified by novel oligosaccharides with terminal N-acetylglucosamine. Plant Cell 7(9): 1459-1471

Plant nuclear tRNA(Met) genes are ubiquitously interrupted by introns. Plant molecular biology 32(3): 427-434

Plant nutrient balance sheets in lowland rice-based cropping systems. FAO Fertilizer and Plant Nutrition Bulletin ( 12): 369-384

Plant nutrient balances in Asia and Pacific region: facts and consequences for agricultural production. Appropriate use of fertilizers in Asia and the Pacific: Proceedings of a Seminar Taipei, Taiwan, ROC 6-14 November 1995: 78-112

Plant nutrient balances in the Asian and Pacific region - the consequences for agricultural production. Extension Bulletin ASPAC, Food and Fertilizer Technology Center ( 415): 0-14

Plant nutrient disorders 2: tropical fruit and nut crops. Plant nutrient disorders 2: tropical fruit and nut crops: vii + 103 pp.

Plant nutrient sulphur balance in Latin America. 15th World Congress of Soil Science, Acapulco, Mexico, 10-16 July 1994 Transactions Volume 5a: Commission IV: Symposia: 379-391

Plant nutrient sulphur. A profitable opportunity for the Indian fertiliser industry. Fertiliser News 41(2): 37-45

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Plant nutrient supply by rain, dust, irrigation water and sedimentation - available evaluations. FAO Fertilizer and Plant Nutrition Bulletin ( 12): 223-242

Plant nutrients in drainage water and in soil water. SP Rapport Statens Planteavlsforsog (07): 77 pp.

Plant nutrition and fertilization of vegetables for yield and quality. Agro Chemicals News in Brief 20(1): 7-17

Plant nutrition and fertilizer application. Carta Trimestral CENICANA, Centro de Investigacion de la Cana de Azucar de Colombia 17(1): 9-12

Plant nutrition as a factor determining the susceptibility of willow species to insect attack. Aspects of Applied Biology ( 49): 121-128

Plant nutrition by foliar application of mineral nutrients. Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 20(Special issue): 7-11

Plant nutrition problems in the extensification of agriculture. Kongressband 1994 Jena Vortrage zum Generalthema des 106 VDLUFA Kongresses vom 19-2491994 in Jena: Alternativen in der Flachennutzung, der Erzeugung und Verwertung landwirtschaftlicher Produkte Nachwachsende Rohstoffe, Extensivierung, Stillegung: 203-206

Plant nutrition status of important crops in Tonga. Agro Chemicals News in Brief 20(2): 33-38

Plant nutrition, dry matter gain and partitioning at the whole-plant level. Journal of Experimental Botany 47 Spec No: 1245-1253

Plant odour receptor neurones on the antennae of the two moths Spodoptera littoralis and Agrotis segetum. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 80(1): 32-34

Plant oil: Decentralized processing and engine use. Tropenlandwirt, Beiheft ( 53): 105-120

Plant oils - a source of ecological fuels and lubricant base oils. Rosliny Oleiste 16(2): 323-331

Plant oils as fumigants and contact insecticides for the control of stored-product insects. Journal of Stored Products Research 33(1): 7-15

Plant opal and the nature of humus in volcanic ash soils, Java Island, Indonesia. Pedologist 39(2): 58-66

Plant organelle gene expression: altered by RNA editing. Trends in Plant Science 1(2): 57-64

Plant parameter database for erosion prediction models. Applied engineering in agriculture 11(5): 659-666

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with Japanese mint, Mentha arvensis in Tarai, Uttar Pradesh. Annals of Plant Protection Sciences 4(2): 178-179

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with almond in Libya. Proceedings of the Second Afro Asian Nematology Symposium held at Menoufiya, Egypt, 18-22 December, 1994: 1996; 30-32

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with betelvine. Indian Phytopathology 50(1): 145-146

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with cacti and succulent plants in botanic gardens of Egypt. Pakistan Journal of Nematology 15(1-2): 29-37

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with citrus in the East Mediterranean region of Turkey. Journal of Turkish Phytopathology 24(1): 29-37

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with horticultural crops and tobacco in regions of Extremadura. Boletin de Sanidad Vegetal, Plagas 21(3): 303-317

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with irrigated rice in Rio Grande do Sul . Lavoura Arrozeira 47(417): 3-5

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with maize in Rajasthan. Journal of Mycology & Plant Pathology 27(1): 88-89, April

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with poor growth of lupins in the Wielkopolska Region. Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych Seria E, Ochrona Roslin 23(1/2): 93-95

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with some fruit plants in Chitwan. Journal of the Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science 14: 121-122

Plant parasitic nematodes associated with sugarcane in western Uttar Pradesh. Indian Phytopathology 50(1): 133-136

Plant parasitic nematodes association with paddy crop in Bajore Agency, Pakistan. Proceedings of Pakistan Congress of Zoology, vol 12: Twelfth Pakistan Congress of Zoology held under auspices of the Zoological Society of Pakistan Government College, Lahore, April 1992: 1-3

Plant parasitic nematodes detected in plant material imported to Uruguay. Boletin de Sanidad Vegetal, Plagas 21(4): 597-600

Plant parasitic nematodes from unirrigated fields in Alhama, southeastern Spain. Nematologia Mediterranea 25(1): 73-81

Plant parasitic nematodes in white clover and soil from white clover pastures in Australia. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 37(1): 75-82

Plant parasitic nematodes of Kochia scoparia trichophilla and pathogenicity of Rotylenchulus reniformis Linford and Oliveira. Pest Management in Horticultural Ecosystems 1(2): 111-114

Plant parasitic nematodes of cultivated plants in French Guyana. Phytoma ( 474): 41-44

Plant parasitic nematodes of plantain and other crops in Cameroon, West Africa. Fundamental & Applied Nematology 18(3): 251-260

Plant parasitic nematodes of some field, vegetable, fruit and ornamental crops. Journal of Agricultural Research Lahore 29(2): 233-249

Plant parasitic nematodes of soybeans in Nigeria. Afro Asian Journal of Nematology 6(2): 191-194

Plant pathogen detection and disease diagnosis. Plant pathogen detection and disease diagnosis: vi + 331 pp.

Plant pathogenic RNAs and RNA catalysis. Nucleic Acids Research 25(14): 2683-2689

Plant pathogenic bacteria pathogens of small grain cereals. Zastita Bilja 46(4): 239-247

Plant pathogens on flag leaves and spikes in Canterbury wheat crops in 1993/1994. Proceedings of the Forty Seventh New Zealand Plant Protection Conference, Waitangi Hotel, New Zealand, 9-11 August, 1994: 17-21

Plant pathological records in annual reports of the Danish State Seed Testing Station 1871-1990. Plant pathological records in annual reports of the Danish State Seed Testing Station 1871-1990: 72 pp.

Plant pathology. Plant pathology (Ed. 4): xvi + 635 pp.

Plant pathology. Tri ology Technical Report 35(5): 11-13

Plant pathology in Australasia: - a future perspective from the disease management point of view. Australasian Plant Pathology 23(4): 213-215

Plant pathology in Australia: - a future perspective from Plant Health Committee. Australasian Plant Pathology 23(4): 230-233

Plant pathology section. Tri ology Technical Report 35(3): 11-13

Plant pathology, molecular. Encyclopedia of molecular biology and molecular medicine Volume 4: Mass spectrometry high speed DNA fragment sizing to plasma lipoproteins: 475-485

PLANT PATHOLOGY: a discipline at a crossroads. Annual Review of Phytopathology 34: 1-11

Plant pathology: many roads lead to resistance. Current Biology 6(6): 634-637

Plant performance and population characteristics of Orchis simia (Orchidaceae) in two extremes of its distribution area. Flora Jena 191(1): 41-48

Plant pest risk information system (PPRIS) for USDA-APHIS: design of a functional prototype. Bulletin OEPP 25(4): 637-650

Plant phenolic amines: potential effects on sympathoadrenal medullary, hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal, and hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal function in ruminants. Domestic Animal Endocrinology 13(4): 285-296

Plant phenolic compounds and quality of plant products consumed by man. Acta Botanica Gallica 143(6): 493-500

Plant phenolic metabolites and floral origin of rosemary honey. Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry 43(11): 2833-2838

Plant phenolics in allelopathy. Botanical Review 62(2): 186-202

Plant phenolics in elms (Ulmus spp.) infected by Dutch elm disease fungus (Ophiostoma ulmi). Acta Horticulturae ( 381(II)): 638-641

Plant photosensitizers active against viral pests. Heitz, J. R. , Downum, K. R. Acs Symposium Series; Light-Activated Pest Control. 189-200

Plant phototoxins and their photobiological properties - a bioprospecting approach. Journal of Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Sciences 19(2): 440-442

Plant physiological ecology of tropical forest canopies. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 11(10): 408-412

Plant physiology in Lithuania. Biologija ( 3/4): 7-10

Plant pigments for color and nutrition. HortScience 32(1): 12-13

Plant poisoning cases among livestock in Botswana, 1982-1991. Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa 44(1): 39-44

Plant polyamines in reproductive activity and response to abiotic stress. Botanica Acta 110(3): 197-207

Plant polyphenols - a case of biochemical co-evolution?. Acta Horticulturae ( 381(II)): 722-737

Plant polyphenols: biologically active compounds or non-selective binders to protein?. Phytochemistry 44(3): 441-447

Plant polysaccharides. I. Polysaccharides of Lagochilus and their biological activity. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 31(2): 260-261

Plant polysaccharides. II. A study of the carbohydrates of Alcea rosea. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 31(2): 262

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Plant population density dynamics of maize under farmers' management in the western hills of Nepal. Experimental Agriculture 33(2): 189-195

Plant population dynamics in subterranean clover and murex medic swards. 3. Effect of pod burial, summer grazing and autumn cultivation on emergence. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 36(5): 533-538

Plant population dynamics of groundnut/mustard intercropping. International Arachis Newsletter ( 15): 72-73

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Plant population ecology of an endangered plant as compared to a closely related weed. Proceedings of the second international weed control congress, Copenhagen, Denmark, 25-28 June 1996: Volumes 1-4: 107-112

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Plant population processes and weed control. Proceedings of the 9th international symposium on biological control of weeds, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 19-26 January 1996: 33-37

Plant pots from flax. TASPO Gartenbaumagazin 5(4): 4-6

Plant preference of sheep grazing in the Mojave desert. Rangelands 18(4): 141-144

Plant production and emission of volatile organic compounds. BioScience 47e: 373-83

Plant production specific to field subdivisions on large farms. KTBL Arbeitspapier ( 214): 40-49

Plant productivity and nitrogen gas fluxes in a tallgrass prairie landscape. Landscape Ecology 10(5): 255-266

Plant products in perfumes and cosmetics. Seminars in Dermatology 15(2): 78-82

Plant profile - Dendroseris litoralis Skottsb. New Zealand Garden Journal 1(2): 22

Plant propagation by tissue culture. Part 2: in practice. Plant propagation by tissue culture Part 2: in practice (Ed. 2): xii + pp. 575-1361

Plant propagation: principles and practices. Plant propagation: principles and practices (Ed. 6): xi + 770 pp.

Plant protection. Fruitteelt Den Haag 87(18): 23-24

Plant protection and rhizosphere colonization of barley by seed inoculated herbicide degrading Burkholderia (Pseudomonas) cepacia DBO1(pRO101) in 2,4-D contaminated soil. Plant and Soil 189(1): 139-144

Plant protection equipment in glasshouses. Bulletin OEPP 26(1): 87-93

Plant protection forecasting - an important part in need-adjusted control. Agriculture pests, diseases and weeds 37th Swedish Crop Protection Conference, Uppsala, Sweden, 26-27 January, 1996: 55-65

Plant protection guidance for grape culture 1997 - strobilurin - a new fungicide group in grape culture. Obst und Weinbau 133(3): 56-57, 59

Plant protection guidance for integrated and biological grape culture 1996. Obst und Weinbau 132(3): 64-65

Plant protection in bush-bean crops. Novenyvedelem 32(12): 621-633

Plant protection in integrated fruit production in Sweden. Vaxtskyddsnotiser 61(2): 41-49

Plant protection in integrated technologies of production. Materiay Sesji Instytutu Ochrony Roslin 34(1): 71-78

Plant protection in the conditions of reform of the agroindustrial complex: economics, effectiveness, ecological concerns. Zashchita rastenii v usloviyakh reformirovaniya agropromyshlennogo kompleksa: ekonomika, effektivnost' , ekologichnost' : 610 pp.

Plant protection in the days of Europe - developmental tendencies until the year 2000. Agriculture pests, diseases and weeds 37th Swedish Crop Protection Conference, Uppsala, Sweden, 26-27 January, 1996: 19-23

Plant protection in the developing world: problems and needs. Lessons from Zanzibar. Crop protection in the developing world Proceedings of an international symposium Brighton Metropole Hotel on 21 November 1994: 3-10

Plant protection of carrot. Novenyvedelem 33(4): 187-201

Plant protection of celery. Novenyvedelem 33(8): 399-412

Plant protection of field-grown paprika. Novenyvedelem 32(6): 293-307

Plant protection of large fruit. Recommendations for 1997. Adviezen Gewasbescherming Grootfruit ( 1997): 35 pp.

Plant protection of onion. Novenyvedelem 33(2): 81-91

Plant protection of parsley and parsnip. Novenyvedelem 33(6): 289-300

Plant protection of sweet corn. Novenyvedelem 32(9): 459-466

Plant protection of tomato. Novenyvedelem 32(4): 185-200

Plant protection practices, grass buffer strips and water quality. The case of the Aurade cereal watershed in the Gers department, France. Phytoma ( 482): 7-9, 12

Plant protection products - national and EU legislations. Agriculture pests, diseases and weeds 37th Swedish Crop Protection Conference, Uppsala, Sweden, 26-27 January, 1996: 25-32

Plant protection regulations abroad. Amtliche Pflanzenschutzbestimmungen 61(2): 42-87

Plant protection regulations in the European Community (EC) abroad. Amtliche Pflanzenschutzbestimmungen 60(5): 178-216

Plant protection regulations in the European Community (EC), Plant protection regulations abroad. Amtliche Pflanzenschutzbestimmungen 63(1): 46 pp.

Plant protection regulations in the European Community (EC). Plant protection regulations abroad. Amtliche Pflanzenschutzbestimmungen 62(3): 128 pp.

Plant protection research annual 1989-1990. Zirai Mucadele Arastrma Yllg ( 24/25): 211 pp.

Plant protection research on pigeonpea in Malawi. Improvement of pigeonpea in Eastern and Southern Africa Annual Research Planning Meeting 1993, Buluwayo, Zimbabwe, 25-27 October 1993: 63-64

Plant protection tables for commercial vegetable production 1996. Gemuse Munchen 32(3): 1-46

Plant protection techniques in greenhouses. KTBL Arbeitspapier ( 239): 70 pp.

Plant protection techniques in strawberry cultivation. Gemuse Munchen 32(7): 438-439, 451

Plant protection with beneficial egg parasites. Pflanzenschutz Wien 13(2): 2-3

Plant protection: an overall view of national and community legislation. Agricoltura ( 269/270): 95-104

Plant protection: costs, benefits & trade implications. Proceedings of a New Zealand Plant Protection Society symposium, held 9 August 1993, Christchurch, New Zealand. Plant protection: costs, benefits and trade implications Proceedings of a New Zealand Plant Protection Society symposium, held 9 August 1993, Christchurch, New Zealand: recd 1997; viii + 161 pp.

Plant protein kinase families and signal transduction. Plant physiology 108(2): 451-457

Plant Protein Phosphatases. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology 47: 101-125

Plant protein phosphorylation in signal transduction and the control of development: cloning and characterization of protein kinase genes from Arabidopsis and Petunia. Protein phosphorylation in plants Proceedings of the Phytochemical Society of Europe No 39, held at Long Ashton Research Station, Bristol, UK, September 1994: 279-295

Plant quality assessment: an industrial perspective. New Forests 13(1/3): 439-448

Plant quarantine rules/regulations and domestic plant quarantine measures. Plant Protection Bulletin Faridabad 46(1): 50-56

Plant quarantine significance of dwarf bunt of wheat to China. Bulletin OEPP 25(4): 665-671

Plant quarantine significance of pitaya, Hylocereus undatus as a host plant of the Oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel) and the melon fly, Bactrocera cucurbitae (Coquillett) (Diptera: Tephritidae). Research Bulletin of the Plant Protection Service, Japan ( 31): 101-104

Plant quarantine statistics: a review. Proceedings of an International Workshop, Sydney, Australia, December 1995. Plant quarantine statistics: a review Proceedings of an International Workshop, Sydney, Australia, December 1995: 93 pp.

Plant quarantine treatments: are there alternatives to methyl bromide?. Proceedings Brighton Crop Protection Conference, Pests and Diseases, 1994, vol 1: 183-190

Plant quarantine: a primer for development workers. Plant quarantine: a primer for development workers: iv + 41 pp.

Plant recognition using a neural network classifier with size and shape descriptors. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 973132): 16 pp.

Plant recovery of selfs and interspecific hybrids of Arachis by in vitro culture of peg tips. Crop Science 36(6): 1660-1666

Plant redifferentiation and in vitro multiplication of onion by shoot primordium culture. Journal of the Korean Society for Horticultural Science 38(2): 123-128, April

Plant regeneration and Agrobacterium-mediated gene transformation in leaflets of groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.). Oil Crops of China 18(4): 52-56

Plant regeneration and Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of cotyledon explants of Citrullus colocynthis (L.) Schrad. Plant Cell Reports 16(12): 888-892

Plant regeneration and genetic transformation of Lotus angustissimus. Plant cell tissue and organ culture 45(2): 145-152

Plant regeneration and in vitro selection of triticale. Triticale: today and tomorrow: 373-377

Plant regeneration and mass propagation of Betula tatewakiana by winter bud culture. Bulletin of the Tokyo University Forests ( 94): 9-15

Plant regeneration and thiophene production in hairy root cultures of Rudbeckia hirta L. used as an antagonistic plant to nematodes. Japanese Journal of Crop Science 64(3): 650-655

Plant regeneration from adventitious roots of spinach (Spinacia oleracea L.) grown from protoplasts. Plant Science Limerick 120(1): 89-94

Plant regeneration from axillary buds of plants and calli of mature embryos in Glehnia littoralis. Japanese Journal of Crop Science 64(4): 767-776

Plant regeneration from barley callus: effects of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid and phenylacetic acid. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 43(3): 229-235

Plant regeneration from callus culture of Cymbopogon (Jamrosa). Journal of Herbs, Spices and Medicinal Plants 4(2): 39-46

Plant regeneration from callus cultures of Lithospermum erythrorhizon. Plant cell reports 16(5): 261-266

Plant regeneration from callus cultures of Morus indica L. derived from seedlings and mature plants. Scientia Horticulturae 69(1/2): 85-98

Plant regeneration from callus cultures of Psoralea corylifolia Linn. Plant growth regulation 22(1): 13-17

Plant regeneration from callus cultures of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.). Journal of Korean Forestry Society 84(2): 145-150

Plant regeneration from callus cultures of salt marsh hay, Spartina patens, and its cellular-based salt tolerance. Aquatic Botany 51(1-2): 103-113

Plant regeneration from callus in a range of Phaseolus acutifolius A. Gray genotypes. Plant Science Limerick 118(1): 81-88

Plant regeneration from callus of soybean (Glycine max L.). Kasetsart Journal, Natural Sciences 28(4): 512-517

Plant regeneration from cell suspension cultures of tetraploid tall fescue. Plant cell tissue and organ culture 46(2): 165-168

Plant regeneration from cell suspensions of spinach. Plant cell tissue and organ culture9(2): 89-92

Plant regeneration from cotyledons and hypocotyls of non-heading Chinese cabbage (Brassica campestris subsp. chinensis var. communis Tsen et Lee) in vitro. Jiangsu Journal of Agricultural Sciences 11(4): 51-54

Plant regeneration from cotyledons derived from mature sunflower seeds. Helia 19(24): 107-112

Plant regeneration from different explants in Helianthus smithii Heiser. Plant cell reports 16(10): 692-695

Plant regeneration from embryogenic calli of six Citrus related genera. Plant cell tissue and organ culture9(2): 145-148

Plant regeneration from embryogenic callus of finger millet Eleusine coracana (L.) Gaertn. on higher concentrations of NH4NO3 as a replacement of NAA in the medium. Plant Science Limerick 129(1): 101-106

Plant regeneration from embryogenic cell suspensions and protoplasts in sugarcane (Saccharum spp. hybrid cv. CoL-54). Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 44(1): 71-78

Plant regeneration from embryogenic cell suspensions of tea (Camellia sinensis L.). SABRAO Journal 28(2): 57-65

Plant regeneration from encapsulated embryoids and an embryogenic mass of pistachio, Pistacia vera L. Plant Cell Reports 15(9): 723-726

Plant regeneration from excised cotyledon of Aegle marmelos Corr. Pakistan Journal of Botany 26(2): 393-396

Plant regeneration from excised leaves of poplar hybrid 741, and transformation with insect resistant B.t. toxin gene. Journal of Hebei Agricultural University 18(3): 20-25

Plant regeneration from immature embryo callus cultures of substitution lines in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Annals of Biology Ludhiana 11(1/2): 39-42

Plant regeneration from immature embryo cultures of Eleusine coracana (L.) Gaertn. Cereal Research Communications 23(4): 367-373

Plant regeneration from immature embryo explants of Hordeum spontaneum and Hordeum vulgare. Cereal Research Communications 24(1): 27-32

Plant regeneration from immature embryos and somaclonal variation in wheat. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 38(1): 10-14

Plant regeneration from immature embryos of 48 elite CIMMYT bread wheats. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 92(2): 163-169

Plant regeneration from immature zygotic embryo cultures of niger (Guizotia abyssinica Cass). Advances in Plant Sciences 9(1): 15-20

Plant regeneration from intergeneric somatic hybridization between Triticum aestivum L. and Leymus chinensis (Trin.) Tzvel. Plant Science Limerick 120(2): 197-203

Plant regeneration from juvenile and adult Anthyllis cytisoides, a multipurpose leguminous shrub. Journal of Plant Physiology 150(6): 714-718

Plant regeneration from leaf explants of three grain legumes on same medium. Journal of Plant Biochemistry & Biotechnology 5(1): 27-29

Plant regeneration from leaf mesophyll-derived passion fruit (Passiflora coccinea Aubl.) protoplasts. Revista Ceres 42(243): 461-468

Plant regeneration from leaf protoplasts of Raphanus sativus. RDA Journal of Agricultural Science Biotechnology 38(1): 318-323

Plant regeneration from leaf segments of Datisca glomerata. Acta Botanica Gallica 143(7): 609-612

Plant regeneration from leaf tissues of Siberian elm. Hortscience 32(2): 301-303

Plant regeneration from leaf tissues of four North Dakota genotypes of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.). American Potato Journal 72(6): 329-338

Plant regeneration from leaf-derived calli of gentians and their protoplast culture. Acta Horticulturae ( 392): 81-86

Plant regeneration from mature embryos of maize (Zea mays L.). AgriScientia 11: 79-82

Plant regeneration from mesophyll and suspension protoplasts of Silybum marianum. Planta Medica 61(6): 554-557

Plant regeneration from mesophyll protoplasts of Solanum quitoense Lam. Journal of Tropical and Subtropical Botany 3(1): 64-67

Plant regeneration from mesophyll protoplasts of lisianthus (Eustoma grandiflorum) by adding activated charcoal into protoplast culture medium. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 43(1): 59-65

Plant regeneration from protoplasts from embryogenic cell suspensions of the photoperiod-sensitive genetically male-sterile rice 31301s. Acta Agronomica Sinica 21(3): 368-372

Plant regeneration from protoplasts isolated from primary calli using mature embryos of two Brazilian rice cultivars. Euphytica 94(1): 1-5

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of Eustoma grandiflorum (Griseb.) Schinners. Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science 65(1): 105-111

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of Iris germanica L. Euphytica 89(2): 223-227

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of Japanese lawngrass. Plant Cell Reports 15(10): 737-741

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of Talinum paniculatum. Acta Botanica Sinica 37(10): 754-760

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of broad-leaved trees. Bulletin of the Utsunomiya University Forests ( 33): 55-108

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of cytoplasmic male sterile lines of rice (Oryza sativa L.). Plant Cell Reports 15(1-2): 76-81

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of immature Vigna sinensis cotyledons via somatic embryogenesis. Plant Cell Reports 15(3-4): 282-286

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of suspension cells of ramie. Acta Agronomica Sinica 22(1): 112-116

Plant regeneration from protoplasts of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and tools for genetic transformation in Triticum species. Cereal Research Communications 23(3): 315-324

Plant regeneration from ryegrass ovules cultivated on endosperm-derived feeder cells. Plant cell tissue and organ culture 44(3): 235-241

Plant regeneration from seed derived calli of tef: effects of callus induction media and radiation treatment. IAR Newsletter of Agricultural Research 11(4): 3-4

Plant regeneration from seedling apex in annual medics. Acta Agronomica Hungarica 45(2): 109-116

Plant regeneration from seedling explants of cabbage. Cruciferae Newsletter ( 18): 31

Plant regeneration from somatic embryos in black pepper. Plant cell tissue and organ culture7(1): 87-90

Plant regeneration from synthetic seeds of groundnut, Arachis hypogaea L. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 33(12): 967-971

Plant regeneration from tissue cultures of Malus species: the importance of the genotype. Progress in temperate fruit breeding Proceedings of the Eucarpia Fruit Breeding Section Meeting, Wadenswil/Einsiedeln, Switzerland, 30 August to 3 September, 1993: 365-369

Plant regeneration from tissue cultures of cytoplasmic-genetic male-sterility maintainer lines of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor). Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 65(2): 127-129

Plant regeneration from two callus types in ginger (Zingiber officinale Rosc.). SABRAO Journal 29(1): 53-60

Plant regeneration from unfertilized red beet ovaries. Biologija ( 3): 72-73

Plant regeneration in Asparagus verticillatus L. Journal of Herbs, Spices and Medicinal Plants 4(1): 9-17

Plant regeneration in Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis L.) via coleoptile tissue cultures. Plant Cell Reports 15(12): 882-887

Plant regeneration in sugarbeet (Beta vulgaris L.) in in vitro culture. Histological study of the regeneration processes. Tsitologiya i Genetika 29(6): 14-22

Plant regeneration in sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas L., Convolvulaceae). Euphytica 96(1): 143-152

Plant regeneration of Alstroemeria in vitro. Acta Agrobotanica 48(2): 95-104

Plant regeneration of eucalypts from rotating nodule cultures. Plant Cell Reports 16(1-2): 42-45

Plant regeneration of grapevine (Vitis sp.) protoplasts isolated from embryogenic tissue. Plant Cell Reports 15(3-4): 238-241

Plant regeneration of ivy leaved geranium through shoot organogenesis. Plant cell tissue and organ culture9(3): 209-212

Plant regeneration of protoplasts directly isolated from embryogenic callus cultures of barley. Acta Agriculturae Shanghai 11(4): 13-17

Plant regeneration through somatic embryogenesis from callus induced on immature embryos of Alstroemeria spp. L. Plant Cell Reports 15(5): 377-380

Plant regeneration through somatic embryogenesis from suspension cultures of Allium fistulosum L. Plant Science (Shannon) 114(2): 215-220

Plant regeneration via cell suspension culture from flower style-derived callus of Hibiscus syriacus 'Kaeryangdansim'. Research Report of the Forest Genetics Research Institute Kyonggido ( 31): 134-140

Plant regeneration via embryogenesis in commercial cultivars of Chinese chive (Allium tuberosum Rottl.). Plant Science Limerick 119(1/2): 149-156

Plant regeneration via organogenesis and somatic embryogenesis in callus cultures derived from mature zygotic embryos of leek (Allium ampeloprasum L.). Euphytica 91(3): 261-270

Plant regeneration via somatic embryogenesis from protoplasts of Uganda cherry orange (Citropsis schweinfurthii). Plant Cell Reports 15(10): 754-757

Plant regeneration via somatic embryogenesis from protoplasts of six plant species related to Citrus. Plant Cell Reports 15(5): 332-336

Plant regrowth following selective horse and sheep grazing and clipping in an Indian Central Himalayan alpine meadow. Arctic & Alpine Research 25(3): 211-215

Plant reproduction during spaceflight: importance of the gaseous environment. Planta 203(Supplement): S177-S184

Plant reproductive traits as a function of local, regional, and global abundance. Conservation Biology 11(1): 183-192

Plant residue decomposition in the Humid Tropics - influence of chemical composition and soil fauna. Soil organisms and litter decomposition in the tropics: 203-224

Plant residues - the main factor in the fertility of wind-eroded soils. Agrokhimiya ( 9): 25-30

Plant residues as raw material for particleboards. Zemedelska Technika 41(3): 101-111

Plant resistance to fungi. Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 18(1): 91

Plant resistance to nematodes in other crops: relevant research that may be applicable to Musa. New frontiers in resistance breeding for nematode, Fusarium and Sigatoka Proceedings of the workshop held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2-5 October 1995: 108-115

Plant resistance to rusts and mildews: genetic control and possible mechanisms. Trends in Microbiology 2(8): 263-270

Plant resistance x environment interaction: perspectives on yield losses caused by the maize stalk borer, Busseola fusca (Fuller). South African Journal of Plant and Soil 13(3): 61-66

Plant resources and forage seed production in China. Proceedings of the XVI International Grassland Congress, 4-11 October 1989, Nice, France: 689-690

Plant resources foraged by Polybia scutellaris (Hym. Vespidae) in the Argentine pampas. Grana 35(5): 302-307

Plant resources of South-East Asia No. 10. Cereals. Plant resources of South East Asia No 10 Cereals: 199 pp.

Plant resources of South-East Asia No. 11. Auxiliary plants. Plant resources of South East Asia No 11 Auxiliary plants: 389 pp.

Plant resources of South-East Asia No. 5 (2). Timber trees: minor commercial timbers. Plant resources of South East Asia No 5-2 Timber trees: minor commercial timbers: 655 pp.

Plant resources of South-East Asia No. 9: plants yielding non-seed carbohydrates. Plant resources of South East Asia No 9: plants yielding non seed carbohydrates: 239 pp.

Plant resources of South-East Asia. No. 7: bamboos. Plant resources of South East Asia No 7: bamboos: 189 pp.

Plant respiration responses to climate determine geographic distribution. Russian Journal of Plant Physiology 43(6): 698-704

Plant response to air pollution. Yunus, M [Editor], Iqbal, M [Editor] Plant response to air pollution xii+545p

Plant response to fish farming wastes in volcanic soils. Journal of Environmental Quality 26(2): 522-528

Plant response to soil salinity. Australian Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 9(3): 25-28

Plant response to soils, site preparation, and initial pine planting density. Journal of range management 48(6): 511-516

Plant responses to UV and blue light: biochemical and genetic approaches. Plant Science Limerick 112(2): 117-138

Plant responses to carbon dioxide. American Journal of Botany 82(5): 690-697

Plant responses to environmental stress: regulation and functions of the Arabidopsis TCH genes. Planta 203 Suppl: S35-S41

Plant responses to saline sprinkling waters. Current Agriculture 19(1/2): 1-11

Plant responses to water deficit. Trends in Plant Science 2(2): 48-54

Plant responses to water stress and antitranspirants: changes in growth and dry matter production of Grevillea robusta A. Cunn. Indian Forester 122(1): 43-50

Plant retrotransposons: turned on by stress. Current Biology 6(8): 959-961

Plant ribosome shunting in vitro. Nucleic Acids Research 25(14): 2854-2860

Plant roots: the hidden half. Plant roots: the hidden half (Ed. 2): xvi + 1002 pp.

Plant row and soil factors influencing the microspatial patterns of plant-parasitic nematodes on sugarcane in Martinique. Fundamental & Applied Nematology 19(4): 321-328

Plant scale trials of Supaflow high rate clarifier for separate treatment of vacuum filtrates. Indian Sugar 46(5): 315-324

Plant sectoriality: causes and consequences. Vegetatio 127(1): 109 pp.

Plant selection for high nitrogenase activity and its use in red clover breeding. Rostlinna Vyroba 41(12): 571-575

Plant shading and flower induction in Opuntia ficus-indica (L.) Mill. Acta Horticulturae ( 438): 57-64

Plant signalling comes of age: identification of self-pollen in Brassica involves a transmembrane receptor kinase. Trends in Plant Science 1(5): 136-138

Plant signals in nematode hatching and attraction. Cellular and molecular aspects of plant nematode interactions: 38-50

Plant signals to soil microbes: regulators of rhizosphere colonization. Nitrogen fixation: fundamentals and applications Proceedings of the 10th International Congress on Nitrogen Fixation, St Petersburg, Russia, May 28 June 3-1995: 293-297

Plant size as host plant selection criterion in leek by leek moth (Acrolepiopsis assectella) females. Proceedings of the Section Experimental and Applied Entomology of the Netherlands Entomological Societyrecd 1996; 5: 141-144

Plant size effects on allocation to male and female functions in pearl millet, a hermaphroditic wind-pollinated species. Canadian Journal of Botany 75(2): 228-235

Plant somatic meiosis-like division in vitro. Hereditas Beijing 18(6): 32-36

Plant sources of vitamin A and human nutrition: renewed strategies. Nutrition Reviews 54(3): 89-91

Plant spacing and row orientation effects on water use, root development and yield of rainfed mustard. Indian Journal of Soil Conservation 24(3): 211-214

Plant spacing and the yield of leaves and alkaloids in Duboisia myoporoides. Journal of Herbs, Spices and Medicinal Plants 3(3): 77-80

Plant spacing for almonds. Godisen Zbornik na Zemjodelskiot Fakultet Univerzitet, St Kiril i Metodij, Skopje 40: 173-178

Plant spacing studies on highbush blueberries. Arkansas Farm Research 43(4): 8-9

Plant species differences in delta 15N and delta 13C signatures in upland grassland swards under contrasting managements. British Grassland Society Fifth Research Conference, University of Plymouth, Newton Abbot, Devon, UK, 8-10 September 1997: 41-42

Plant species diversity and polyploidy in islands of natural vegetation isolated in extensive cultivated lands. Biodiversity & Conservation 6(4): 591-613

Plant species diversity in natural and managed forests of the Pacific Northwest. Ecological Applications 5(4): 913-934

Plant species diversity of West African inselbergs. The biodiversity of African plants Proceedings XIVth AETFAT Congress, Wageningen, Netherlands, 22-27 August: 180-187

Plant species for revegetation of a saline flue gas desulfurization sludge pond. Journal of Environmental Quality 25(4): 802-808

Plant species in green roofs. Agricultura, Revista Agropecuaria 65(773): 1029-1031

Plant species mediate changes in soil microbial N in response to elevated CO2. Ecology 77(8): 2505-2515

Plant species richness and species-area relations in a shortgrass steppe in Colorado. Journal of Vegetation Science 7(5): 645-650

Plant specific defence compounds against scab. Obstbau Weinbau 32(9): 232-234

Plant stand density and the seed production of parental forms. Kukuruza i Sorgo ( 4): 15-16

Plant stands of deforested areas of Beskydy Mountains: importance and seed production and biology. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae, Facultas Agronomica 42(1/2): 111-115

Plant stress and allelopathy. Allelopathy: organisms processes and applications 157

Plant stress as a predisposing factor in outbreaks of bacterial leafspot. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Societyrecd 1995; ( 107): 387-397

Plant studies using X-radiography. Postharvest physiology, pathology and technologies for horticultural commodities: recent advances Proceedings of an international symposium held at Agadir, Morocco, 16-21 January 1994: 224-226

Plant substances for the control of fruit flies. Agrociencia 30(3): 411-415

Plant succession as a natural range restoration factor in private livestock enterprises. American journal of agricultural economics 77(4): 901-913

Plant succession on disturbed sites in four plant associations in the northern Mojave Desert. General Technical Report Intermountain Research Station, USDA Forest Service ( INT-GTR-315): 183-188

Plant succession on former military training areas, and research into their incorporation into forests. Beitrage fur Forstwirtschaft und Landschaftsokologie 30(2): 79-82

Plant succession, landscape management, and the ecology of frugivorous birds in abandoned Amazonian pastures. Conservation Biology 10.2