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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 2992

Chapter 2992 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

The olive in Tunisia - a major national resource. WANATCA Yearbook 20: 19-23

The olive oil commodity chain in Italy in 1994. Olivae ( 58): S/1-S/12

The olive oil commodity chain in Italy in 1995 (supplement). Olivae ( 64): 21-34

The olive oil market. Arboriculture Fruitiere ( 502): 41-42

The olive oil market and marketing in Spain. Olivae ( 59): 22-29

The olive oil sector in Portugal: general aspects. Olivae ( 66): 12-19

The olive pyralid. Informatore Agrario 51(43): 77-81

The olive tree: mechanical pruning. Terra e Sole 50(632): 160-164

The omnivore's paradox. Food choice and the consumer: 131-151

The on and off of floral regulatory genes. Cell 89(6): 821-824

The on-farm labour situation in the New Zealand dairy industry: the present situation and beyond 2000. Dairyfarming Annual Palmerston North 49: 177-182

The oncogenic potential of eleven avian adenovirus strains. Avian Diseases 41(1): 247-251

The one ancestor per generation rule and three other rules of mitochondrial inheritance. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 94(15): 8033-8035

The one who rides the donkey does not know the ground is hot. PLA Notes International Institute for Environment and Development ( 27): 34-36

The one-to-one species specificity of the Ficus-Agaoninae mutualism: how casual?. The biodiversity of African plants Proceedings of the 14th AETFAT Congress, 22-27 August 1994, Wageningen, The Netherlands: 639-649

The ongoing quest for a model of Greek agriculture. Sociologia Ruralis 37(2): 190-208

The onion seed crop can be improved. Kartofel' i Ovoshchi ( 4): 29

The onset of myogenesis and the role of the myogenic factor myf-5. Comptes Rendus des Seances de la Societe de Biologie et de ses Filiales 191(1): 43-54

The onset of sucrose accumulation in cold-stored potato tubers is caused by an increased rate of sucrose synthesis and coincides with low levels of hexose-phosphates, an activation of sucrose phosphate synthase and the appearance of a new form of amylase. Plant Cell & Environment 19(11): 1223-1237

The ontogeny of perithecia in Guignardia bidwellii. Mycological Research 100(7): 875-880

The ontogeny of resource allocation in giant transgenic rat growth hormone mice. Canadian Journal of Zoology 74(3): 492-507

The open brain (opb) mutation maps to mouse chromosome 1. Mammalian Genome 8(8): 583-585

The open reading frame 2 product of cacao swollen shoot badnavirus is a nucleic acid-binding protein. Virology 225(1): 191-195

The open reading frame of bamboo mosaic potexvirus satellite RNA is not essential for its replication and can be replaced with a bacterial gene. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 93(7): 3138-3142

The open yard attached to loose housing for dairy cows. Ethological and construction aspects. FAT Berichte, Switzerland ( 493): 8 pp.

The opening of Mexican agriculture. OECD Observer ( 206): 35-38

The operation system to stimulate the orange production in Quxian County. Acta Agriculturae Zhejiangensis 7(1): 63-64

The operational planting stock quality testing program at Weyerhaeuser. New forests 13(1-3): 423-437

The operational strategies and changes of Taiwan Sugar Corporation. Taiwan Sugar 43(2): 10-16

The operator of the KRM-1 combine in the man-machine-environment system. Lisivnitstvo i Agrolisomelioratsiya ( 82): 62-66

The opportune time for mating. Campo y Tecnologia 5(24): 48-51

The opportunities and possibilities for reconstruction of income producing capacity in poultry production. Gondolatok a jovedelemtermelo kepesseg helyreallitasanak eselyeirol es lehetosegeirol a baromfiagazatban: 77 pp.

The opportunity for escape of engineered genes from transgenic crops. Hortscience 31(7): 1080-1085

The opposite effect of divalent metal ions on lactose and ONPG hydrolytic activities of beta -galactosidase from Kluyveromyces lactis.. Korean Journal of Dairy Science 18(4): 281-288

The optic nerves in four species of Latrodectus (Araneae, Theridiidae). Journal of Arachnology 23(1): 31-36

The optimal caste ratio in polymorphic ants: estimation and empirical evidence. American Naturalist 149(4): 706-722

The optimal cluster sampling design for the large-area monitoring of mixed forests in mountain regions. Lesnictvi (Prague) 41(8): 359-364

The optimal control of emissions and renewable resource harvesting under uncertainty. Environmental and Resource Economics 7(2): 97-115

The optimal exploitation of marginal Mediterranean areas by extensive ruminant production systems. Proceedings of an international symposium organized by HSAP and EAAP and sponsored by EU(DGVI), FAO and CIHEAM, Thessaloniki, Greece, 18-20 June, 1994. The optimal exploitation of marginal Mediterranean areas by extensive ruminant production systems Proceedings of an international symposium organized by HSAP and EAAP and sponsored by EUDGVI, FAO and CIHEAM, Thessaloniki, Greece, 18-20 June, 1994: 408 pp.

The optimization of crop distribution and rational exploitation of ground water resources. Ziranziyuan ( 1): 50-54

The optimization of step-gradient elution conditions in liquid chromatography: application to pesticide residue analysis using coupled-column reversed-phase LC. Chromatographia 42(1/2): 17-24

The optimum dietary amino acid pattern and requirements of young laying hens. Chinese Journal of Veterinary Science 15(4): 398-402

The optimum dietary protein level for the Mexican cichlid Cichlasoma urophthalmus (Gunther): a comparison of estimates derived from experiments using fixed-rate feeding and satiation feeding. Aquaculture Nutrition 2(1): 11-20

The optimum economic population density for sorghum under rainfed conditions. Revista Fitotecnia Mexicana 17(2): 217-222

The optimum flowering stage for applying the last irrigation for the cotton cultivar Giza 76. Egyptian Journal of Agricultural Research 73(4): 1061-1067

The optimum harvest date of Red Delicious apple from Samirum in Iran. Postharvest physiology, pathology and technologies for horticultural commodities: recent advances Proceedings of an international symposium held at Agadir, Morocco, 16-21 January 1994: 34-35

The optimum harvester forward speed. Proceedings of the 1997 conference of the Australian Society of Sugar Cane Technologists held at Cairns, Queensland, 29th April to 2nd May 1997: 147-154

The optimum order of a Markov chain model for daily rainfall in Nigeria. Journal of hydrology 185(1-4): 45-69

The optimum plant growth regulation system for southeastern cotton producers. 1995 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, San Antonio, TX, USA, January 4-7, 1995: Volume 2: 1079-1081

The optimum plant growth regulation system for southeastern cotton producers, year 2. 1996 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, Nashville, TN, USA, January 9-12, 1996: Volume 2: 1145-1146

The optimum structure of forage production on stock farms in Gora (Poland). Proceedings of the XVI International Grassland Congress, 4-11 October 1989, Nice, France: 1361-1362

The options of competition and coordination in the marketing of raw milk under liberalization. Food Policy Study ( 82): 98-143

The oral and intratracheal toxicities of ROUNDUP and its components to rats. Veterinary and Human Toxicology 39(3): 147-151

The oral challenge test. Munchener Medizinische Wochenschrift 137(50): 835-838

The orange Tapi, a new selection of Tarocco of nucellar origin. Rivista di Frutticoltura e di Ortofloricoltura 58(12): 35-38

The orchestra grows! Two new fire models. Landscape Fires ' 93: Proceedings of an Australian Bushfire Conference, Perth, Western Australia, 27-29 September 1993 ( 4, Supplement): 9-16

The orchid cut-flower industry. Orchids 65(6): 602-609

The orchid thrips, Chaetanaphothrips orchidii Moulton (Thysanoptera: Thripidae), a serious pest of avocado in Israel. Alon Hanotea 51(5): 200-204

The orchids of north-east India: towards a rainbow revolution - II. Journal of the Orchid Society of India 8(1/2): 73-76

The order of performing winter artificial insemination in Bactrian camels. Camel Newsletter ( 11): 25-32

The orderly storage of cereal grain stocks. Muhle + Mischfuttertechnik 131(18): 246, 249-250

The organic method: a way rich in promise. The example of Umbria. The profitability of olive-growing in Umbria. Terra e Sole 50(640): 548-553

The organisation and first results of the mandatory inspection of crop sprayers in Belgium. Aspects of Applied Biology ( 48): 233-240

The organisation of data processing and evaluation of the on-farm performance in herds of dairy cows and dairy goats in France. Milk and beef recording: state of the art, 1994 Proceedings of the 29th biennial session of the International Committee for Animal Recording ICAR Ottawa, Canada, July 31 August 5, 1994: 81-87

The organization and financing of the sugar industry in the last 75 years (1919-1994). Gazeta Cukrownicza ( 8): 153-156

The Organization And Regulation Of Plant Glycolysis. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology 47: 185-214

The organization of a conference. Teoros, Revue de Recherche en Tourisme 15(3): 40-41

The organization of agricultural consultancy in Poland. Mezhdunarodnyi Sel' skokhozyaistvennyi Zhurnal ( 2): 19-27

The organization of efficient markets. Ciencia e Investigacion Agraria 22(1/2): 57-65

The organization of fruit and vegetable common markets. Fruit Belge 65(466): 60-61

The organization of growth-regulating genes in maize: 2. Quantitative trait loci. Russian Journal of Plant Physiology 42(4): 558-574

The organization of nucleolar activity in plants. Journal of Microscopy (Oxford) 181(2): 178-185

The organization of the actin cytoskeleton in vertical and graviresponding primary roots of maize. Plant Physiology 113(4): 1447-1455

The organization of the human GSTP1-1 gene promoter and its response to retinoic acid and cellular redox status. Biochemical Journal 313: 155-161

The organization of the sugar industry: international experiences. Debate Agrario Lima ( 25): 37-59

The organizational structure of the North American fresh tomato market: implications for seasonal trade disputes. Agribusiness New York 13(5): 533-547

The organizational tasks of high-performance gymnastic coaches. Sport Psychologist 10(3): 247-260

The organophosphate pesticides. Journal of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine (Abingdon) 5(4): 325-339

The oriental peach moth in the Stavropol' region. Zashchita i Karantin Rastenii ( 4): 30

The orientation and localization of cortical microtubules in differentiating conifer tracheids during cell expansion. Plant & Cell Physiology 38(2): 210-212

The orientation of milk production in the future within a stricter framework of regulations. Molkerei Zeitung Welt der Milch 50(12): 441-443

The origin and distribution of salts on alluvial fans in the Atacama Desert, northern Chile. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 22(6): 581-600

The origin and dynamics of 137Cs discharge from a coniferous forest catchment. Journal of Hydrology (Amsterdam) 192(1-4): 338-354

The origin and early evolution of plants on land. Nature (London) 389(6646): 33-39

The origin and efficient derivation of embryonic stem cells in the mouse. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 94(11): 5709-5712

The origin and evolution of Litsea genera group (Laureae) in Lauraceae. Acta Botanica Yunnanica 17(3): 251-254

The origin and extent of discolouration and decay in stems of young regrowth eucalypts in southern Tasmania. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 26(1): 1-8

The origin and location of plant organelles. Fiziologiya Rastenii (Moscow) 44(1): 115-137, January-February

The origin and relationships of the pepino, Solanum muricatum (Solanaceae): DNA restriction fragment evidence. Economic Botany 50(4): 369-380

The origin and the current state of development of livestock breeds. Genofond hospodarskych zvirat vyvoj, soucasny stav, perspektiva dne: 3-12

The origin and viticulture of the grapevine Inzolia in Sicily. Progres Agricole et Viticole 113(20): 432-438

The origin of SL family mice. Laboratory Animal Science 46(4): 410-417

The origin of bermudagrass (Cynodon) off-types inferred by DNA amplification fingerprinting. Crop Science 37(1): 81-87

The origin of bicolor sweet corn as told by Oscar Pearson on 11 November 1994. Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter ( 69): 97

The origin of cultivated African rice Oryza glaberrima Steud., and wild and related adventitious forms: diversity, genetic relationships and domestication. Le riz cultive d' origine africaine Oryza glaberrima Steud et les formes sauvages et adventices apparentees: diversite, relations genetiques et domestication: viii + 232 pp.

The origin of land plants: phylogenetic relationships among charophytes, bryophytes, and vascular plants inferred from complete small-subunit ribosomal RNA gene sequences. Journal of Molecular Evolution 41(1): 74-84

The origin of mesoderm and formation of coelomic sacs in the early embryos of Aulacophora foveicollis Lucas and Chilomenes sexmaculata Fabr. (Coleoptera). Annals of Biology (Ludhiana). December; 122: 320-327

The origin of old Scots pine planted by Gordon Castle Estate. Scottish Forestry 50(3): 151-153

The origin of protistan symbionts in termites and cockroaches: a phylogenetic perspective. Cladistics. March; 121: 93-98

The origin of the International Board for Plant Genetic Resources (IBPGR). Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter ( 109): 22-24

The origin of the Lotus corniculatus (Fabaceae) complex: a synthesis of diverse evidence. Canadian Journal of Botany 74(7): 975-989

The origin of the basal part of the embryo root in Brassica napus L. and its role in growth of early seedlings. Structure and function of roots Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium, Stara Lesna, Slovakia, 20-26 June 1993: 19-26

The origin, formation and zoogeography of endemic spiders of Bulgaria (Araneae). Revue Suisse de Zoologie Hors Serie 1: 141-151

The origin, identification, and plant morphology of five rice monosomics. Genome 39(3): 528-534

The original INRA lines: history, development and impact on animal production. Productions Animales ( SUPPL): 41-56

The origins of Arabidopsis suecica (Brassicaceae) as indicated by nuclear rDNA sequences. Systematic Botany 21(4): 559-566

The origins of Orlov Trotters. Konevodstvo i Konnyi Sport ( 2/3): 2-3

The origins of agriculture: bringing home the harvest. Economist London 345(8043): 126-127

The origins of business tourism: concepts and definitions. Teoros, Revue de Recherche en Tourisme 15(3): 4-7

The origins of the British Field Sports Society. International Journal of the History of Sport 13(2): 177-191

The origins of the great leap forward: the case of one Chinese province. The origins of the great leap forward: the case of one Chinese province: xvii + 212 pp.

The origins of veterinary schools in Europe - a comparative view. The origins of veterinary schools in Europe a comparative view: 78 pp.

The origins, breeding, management and world population of Haflinger horses. Haflinger Pferde Ursprung, Zucht und Haltung, weltweite Verbreitung: 335 pp.

The origins, dynamics and generation of Trypanosoma brucei rhodesiense epidemics in East Africa. Parasitology Today 12(2): 50-55

The ornithine decarboxylase gene of Caenorhabditis elegans: cloning, mapping and mutagenesis. Genetics 140(2): 517-525

The ornithological importance of drainage channels and proposals for a sustainable maintenance work. Proceedings of 6th drainage workshop on drainage and the environment, Ljubljana, Slovenia, April 21-29, 1996: 349-353

The orphan receptor COUP-TF binds to a third glucocorticoid accessory factor element within the phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase gene promoter. Journal of Biological Chemistry 271(50): 31909-31914

The osphradium in Placopecten magellanicus and Pecten maximus (Bivalvia, Pectinidae): history, ultrastructure, and implications for spawning synchronisation. Marine Biology 123(1): 121-129

The osphradium is involved in the control of egg-laying in the pond snail Lymnaea stagnalis. Invertebrate Reproduction & Development 32(2): 163-166

The ossification of cartilages of the distal phalanx in the horse: an anatomical, experimental, radiographic and clinical study. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 16(7): 291-305

The other BSE scandal. Economist London 342(8005): 25-26

The other parvovirus. First report of canine parvovirus type 1 in Germany. Tierarztliche Praxis 24(5): 514-518

The other side of development: Maharashtra's backward regions. Economic and Political Weekly 31(50): 3233-3234

The outbreak mechanisms of the green rice leafhopper, Nephotettix cincticeps Uhler, in northern Japan. Researches on Population Ecology (Kyoto) 37(2): 259-267

The outbreak of the nun moth (Lymantria monacha) in Scots pine stands of northeast Lower Saxony. Forst und Holz 50(18): 558-564

The outcome of the parasitic process initiated by Leishmania infantum in laboratory mice: a tissue-dependent pattern controlled by the Lsh and MHC loci. Journal of Immunology 157(10): 4537-4545

The outdoor fungal airspora in Hualien (I) - the agar plate method. Taiwania 41(1): 67-80

The outdoor viking: how the Norwegians do it. Sharing the earth: local identity in global culture: 99-110

The outer membranes of Brucella spp. are resistant to bactericidal cationic peptides. Infection and Immunity 63(8): 3054-3061

The outer surface protein A (OspA) of Borrelia burgdorferi: a vaccine candidate and bioactive mediator. Infection 24(2): 190-194

The outlook and meaning of Korea's participation in the agricultural cooperation in northeast Asia. Journal of Rural Development, Korea 18(2): 207-226

The outlook for U.S. agriculture: entering a new era. Economic Review Kansas City 81(1): 77-94

The outlook for cotton in 1996/97. Cotton: World Markets and Trade ( 3): 12-15

The outlook for demand and supply of wood: implications for policy and sustainable management. Commonwealth Forestry Review 76(1): 31-36, 87-89

The outlook for farm forestry and the markets for its products. Forestry, agriculture and the environment: 81-133

The outlook for the European forest resources and roundwood supply. The outlook for the European forest resources and roundwood supply: 59 pp

The outlook for the US sugarbeet industry. International Sugar Journal Cane Sugar Edition 98(1175): 592-596

The outlook for the cattle market. Evaluation of the cattle census of early December 1995. Agrarwirtschaft 45(3): 143-147

The outlook for the export market for EU sugar. FO Licht International Sugar and Sweetener Report 128(25): 567-571

The outlook for world aquaculture. INFOFISH International ( 1): 27-30

The outlook of China's naval stores industry. Chemistry and Industry of Forest Products 16(4): 77-80

The outlook on the pig market. Evaluation of the pig census of early December 1995. Agrarwirtschaft 45(3): 148-152

The ovarian follicle in cow: in vivo growth and in vitro culture. Reproduction in Domestic Animals 31(3): 543-548

The ovarian follicular wave pattern and induction of ovulation in the mated and non-mated one-humped camel (Camelus dromedarius). Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 106(2): 185-192

The ovarian follicular wave pattern in the mated and non-mated dromedary camel (Camelus dromedarius). Journal of Reproduction and Fertility. Supplement 49: 545-548

The ovarian hormone deficiency-induced hypercholesterolemia is reversed by soy protein and the synthetic isoflavone, ipriflavone. Nutrition Research 17(5): 885-894

The ovarian secretion of androstenedione and oestradiol during late pregnancy and the early postpartum period in sheep with an autotransplanted ovary. Reproduction, Nutrition, Development 36(5): 531-543

The overall economic threshold of injuriousness of insects in sugar beet. Zashchita Rastenii Moskva ( 11): 39

The overdiagnosis of Lyme disease in children residing in an endemic area. Clinical Pediatrics 33(11): 663-668

The ovine pancreatic protein which binds insulin-like growth factor binding protein-3 is procarboxypeptidase A. Journal of Endocrinology 150(1): 51-56

The oviposition of Stethomostus fuliginosus (Schrank, 1781) on Ranunculus repens. Folia Entomologica Hungarica 62: 317-318

The Oxidative Burst In Plant Disease Resistance. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology 48: 251-275

The oxidative stability of lipids in milk and milk powder in relation to some pro- and antioxidants. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae Sueciae Agraria ( 20): 74 pp. + 7 reprints

The oxygen and carbon dioxide compensation points of C3 plants: possible role in regulating atmospheric oxygen. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 92(24): 11230-3

The oxygen-dependent modification of triacylglycerols and phospholipids, the different way of initiating lipid body mobilization. Zeitschrift fuer Naturforschung Section C Journal of Biosciences 52(1-2): 1-8

The p27 protein is present at one end of citrus tristeza virus particles. Phytopathology 86(12): 1331-1335

The pH of surface washings as indicator for resistance of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) to Aphis craccivora Koch (Homoptera : Aphididae). Legume Research 17(3/4): 141-148

The pH tolerance, bile resistance and production of antimicrobial compounds by lactobacilli. Potravinarske Vedy 14(3): 165-174

The pH-dependent regulation of photosynthetic electron transport in leaves. Photosynthesis: from light to biosphere Volume II Proceedings of the Xth International Photosynthesis Congress, Montpellier, France, 20-25 August, 1995: 843-846

The packaging must sell more!. Maelkeritidende 110(18): 477

The paclobutrazol residue in apple nursery trees and its effect on growth inhibition. Journal of Fruit Science 12(3): 165-167

The pains of transition in agriculture in Central Europe. Agricultural Science 9(5): 27-30

The paired electrochemical synthesis of gluconic acid and sorbitol. Collection of Czechoslovak Chemical Communications 60(6): 928-934

The palaeoecology of a treed bog in western boreal Canada: a study based on microfossils, macrofossils and physico-chemical properties. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. March; 961-2: 183-224

The palaeoenvironmental limits of African forest refugia: some ideas and hypotheses. The biodiversity of African plants Proceedings of the 14th AETFAT Congress 22-27 August 1994, Wageningen, The Netherlands: 519-535

The palatability and browsing effects of goats to woody species in a secondary oak forest in the temperate zone of Japan. Grassland Science 42(3): 267-269

The palatability of free amino acids and classical taste substances in frolich char, Salvelinus alpinus erythrinus (Georgi). Nordic Journal of Freshwater Research ( 71): 320-323

The palm has its time: an ethnoecology of Sabal uresana in Sonora, Mexico. Economic Botany 50(4): 446-462

The palm thrips, Thrips palmi - presentation and risk assessment. SP Rapport Statens Planteavlsforsog ( 4): 295-303

The palm-feeding Asterolecaniidae fauna of the Peruvian Amazon (Homoptera: Coccoidea). Annales de la Societe Entomologique de France 32(3): 251-264

The palms of Africa. The palms of Africa: v + 189 pp.

The palms of Madagascar. Dransfield, J [Author], Beentje, H [Author] The palms of Madagascar xii+475p

The palms of Mexico: present and future. Boletin de la Sociedad Botanica de Mexico ( 55): 123-127

The pan-European biological and landscape diversity strategy. Naturopa ( 80): 11-12

The panorama of Neotropical cloud forests. Churchill, S P [Editor], Balslev, H [Editor], Forero, E [Editor], Luteyn, J L [Editor] Biodiversity and conservation of neotropical montane forests 53-77

The paradigm of pedology from Dokuchaev to the present day. Eurasian Soil Science 29(3): 222-232

The paradox of Rattus tunneyi: endangerment of a native pest. Wildlife Research, 231: 1-21

The paradox of biological control revisited: per capita non-linearities. Oikos. April; 783: 618-621

The paradox of forest conservation in South Africa. Forest Ecology & Management 85(1-3): 35-46

The paradox of parasitology. Helminthologia (Bratislava) 32(3): 95-96

The paradox of the countryside forming the main part of the market. Chinese Rural Economy ( 4): 54-58

The paraflagellar rod of Kinetoplastida: solved and unsolved questions. Parasitology Today 12(8): 302-307

The parasite fauna of Mugil soiuy in Ukrainian waters. Vestnik Zoologii 94(2): 44-46

The parasite fauna of common carp (Cyprinus carpio) from a pond in south-eastern Norway. Bulletin of the Scandinavian Society for Parasitology 6(2): 131-133

The parasite-host relationship between Encarsia formosa (Hym., Aphelinidae) and Trialeurodes vaporariorum (Hom., Aleyrodidae) XXVI. Leaf hairs reduce the capacity of Encarsia to control greenhouse whitefly on cucumber. Journal of Applied Entomology 119(8): 553-559

The parasites of cereal stem borers (Lepidoptera: Cossidae, Crambidae, Noctuidae, Pyralidae) in Africa, belonging to the family Braconidae (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonoidea). Zoologische Verhandelingen ( 304): 123 pp.

The parasitic interaction of Puccinia gouaniae (Uredinales). Sydowia 47(2): 129-137

The parasitic relationship between Phyllosticta ampelicida and Vitis vinifera. Mycologia 88(4): 626-634

The parasitic system of Plagiorhynchus cylindraceus (Acanthocephala: Plagiorhynchidae) in the conditions of a forest-steppe zone of the Black Sea nature reserve. Paraztologiya v Ukraini: vchora, sogodni, zavtpa Mat yuvil Konf UNTP 16-17 Travnya 1995: 52-58

The parasitism by Bracon hebetor on the larva of Cydia leucostoma in field conditions. Journal of Ecobiology 7(4): 299-302

The parasitization of cereal leaf beetles, Oulema spp., in the Halle region. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft fur Allgemeine und Angewandte Entomologie 8(1-3): 87-89

The parasitoid complex of the gypsy moth Lymantria dispar (Lep., Lymantriidae) in high, intermediate and low density populations in Burgenland. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft fur Allgemeine und Angewandte Entomologie 10(1-6): 195-198

The parasitoid guild of Tuberculoides annulatus (Htg) (Homoptera: Phyllaphididae) on leaves of the brown oak, Quercus robur L. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 63(1&2): 157-168

The parasitoids of Dasineura ignorata Wachtl. (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) in the region of Poznan. Materiay Sesji Instytutu Ochrony Roslin 34(1): 222-228

The parental effect on the progeny brood post-capping stage duration. Pszczelnicze Zeszyty Naukowe 40(1): 7-14

The parks of Samobor and their dendrological importance. Sumarski List 118(7/8): 221-234

The pars tuberalis of the pituitary: a gateway for neuroendocrine output. Reviews of Reproduction 1(3): 153-161

The part of seed regulation in the expansion of a profitable seed production and seed industry. Seed production and marketing in Asia and the Pacific: Report of an APO Seminar 14-23 September, 1993, Jakarta, Indonesia: 41-45

The part of soil in ensuring the purity of water in the dam reservoir in Dobczyce, Poland. Part I. Typology of soils anf their overall characteristics in the Ratanica and Denik watersheds. Acta Agraria et Silvestria Series Silvestris 28: 125-146

The partial duration series method in regional index-flood modeling. Water Resources Research 33(4): 737-746

The participation of phytochrome in the signal transduction pathway of salt stress responses in Mesembryanthemum crystallinum L. Journal of experimental botany 47(298): 647-653

The particle-size selectivity of sediment mobilization from Devon hillslopes. Advances in hillslope processes: volume 1: 507-527

The partitioning of carbon and nitrogen reserves during winter adaptation and spring regrowth. I. The effects of low temperature on growth and total nitrogen and non-structural carbohydrate contents in forage rape (Brassica napus L.). Journal of the Korean Society of Grassland Science 15(3): 157-163

The partitioning of fat in farm animals. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society of Australia 20: 3-13

The partitioning of light and water in Leucaena-maize agroforestry systems. Sinoquet, H [Editor], Cruz, P [Editor] Ecophysiology of tropical intercropping 123-135

The partnership of biodiversity and high yield agricultural production. Research in domestic and international agribusiness management: Volume 12: 1-88

The passerine reservoirs of eastern equine encephalitis in coastal areas of New Jersey. Proceedings Annual Meeting, New Jersey Mosquito Control Association 81: 77-78

The past and future roles of epidemiology and economics in the control of tick-borne diseases of livestock in Africa: the case of theileriosis. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 25(2): 107-120

The past and present importance of bee products to man. Bee products: properties, applications, and apitherapy: 1-13

The past and present uses of bamboo in Jamaica. Economic Botany 49(4): 395-405

The past and the present - a meeting of forces for a sustainable future?. Forests, Trees and People Newsletter ( 29): 38-44

The pasture resource base: status and issues. Pasture management: technology for the 21st century: 1-25

The patch spraying of herbicides in arable crops. BRITISH CROP PROTECTION COUNCIL [Author] Brighton Crop Protection Conference: Weeds, Vols 1-3 3) 1077-1086

The patenting of neem: modern piracy or political correctness?. HerbalGram ( 35): 32-33

The paternal sex ratio chromosome induces chromosome loss independently of Wolbachia in the wasp Nasonia vitripennis. Development Genes and Evolution 206(3): 207-217

The path coefficient analysis of climatic factors, shoot agronomic characteristics and the yield components of tea tree in Taitung area. Chinese Journal of Agrometeorology 3(1): 17-31

The pathogenesis of ED71, a defined deletion mutant of equine herpesvirus-1, in a murine intranasal infection model for equine abortion. Journal of General Virology 78: 2167-2169

The pathogenesis of HIV disease. Journal of Nutrition 126(10 Suppl): 2608s-2610s

The pathogenesis of and host response to Cryptosporidium parvum. Current Opinion in Infectious Diseases 9(3): 156-160

The pathogenesis of cryptosporidiosis. Parasitology Today 12(6): 221-225

The pathogenesis of dermatophilosis. Tropical Animal Health & Production 28(2 SUPPL ): 29S-37S

The pathogenesis of experimental infections of Cryptosporidium baileyi in chickens. Journal of Protozoology Research 6(1): 1-12

The pathogenesis of necrotic proliferative colitis in swine is linked to whipworm induced suppression of mucosal immunity to resident bacteria. Veterinary Immunology & Immunopathology 50(1-2): 1-17

The pathogenesis of severe malaria in African children. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 90(4): 395-402

The pathogenic effects of a UK field isolate of Eimeria tenella in modern broiler and layer chickens. Journal of Protozoology Research 5(2): 66-76

The pathogenic effects of experimental cyathostome infections in ponies. Veterinary Parasitology 70(1-3): 99-110

The pathogenicity of Bacillus thuringiensis var. kurstaki on the tropical warehouse moth, Cadra cautella (Walker), as influenced by groundnut varieties. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 68(2): 113-117

The pathogenicity of Brucella suis biovar 4 for bison. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 32(4): 581-585

The Pathogenicity of Serratia Strains to Lucilia sericata (Diptera: Calliphoridae). Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 68(1): 22-27

The pathogenicity of small strongyle larvae in Thoroughbred yearlings on a Kentucky farm. Veterinary Medicine 91(5): 466, 468-472

The pathology of Flexibacter maritimus in aquaculture species in Tasmania, Australia. Journal of Fish Diseases. May; 203: 159-168

The pathology of an IPN-Sp sub-type (Sh) in farmed Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., post-smolts in the Shetland Isles, Scotland. Journal of Fish Diseases 18(6): 631-638

The pathology of experimental infections with UK isolates of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) in specific pathogen-free pigs. Pig Journal 36: 31-41

The pathology of malaria: A possible target for immunisation?. Immunology Letters 43(1/2): 83-86

The pathology of natural infections with porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) in the UK. Pig Journal 36: 18-30

The pathophysiology of childhood obesity. Childhood nutrition: 81-98

The pathophysiology of ovine trypanosomiasis caused by Trypanosoma congolense: ferrokinetic and erythrocyte survival studies. Publication International Scientific Council for Trypanosomiasis Research and Control 1995; ( 117): 137-140

The pathosystem potato-Phytophthora infestans: a paradigm. ASCOLFI Informa 22(5): 63-69

The paths to rain forest destruction: crossnational patterns of tropical deforestation, 1975-90. World Development Oxford 25(1): 53-65

The pathway for systemic electrical signal conduction in the wounded tomato plant. Planta 00(1): 50-57

The pathway of assimilate flow from source to sink in Urtica dioica L., studied with 14C under ambient atmospheric conditions. Annals of Botany 79(6): 585-591

The pattern of 14C-assimilate distribution in chrysanthemum cv. Red Delano with particular reference to branch interrelations. Journal of Horticultural Science 72(6): 931-940

The pattern of accumulation and distribution of eight elements in one-year-old seedling of larch. Journal of Jilin Agricultural University 16(4): 92-97

The pattern of agricultural price distortions in Central and Eastern Europe. Food policy 22(4): 289-306

The pattern of cytokinin content in transgenic and wild-type tobacco seedlings as affected by heat shock. Russian Journal of Plant Physiology 42(5): 617-620

The pattern of digestion and metabolism in high sugar feeds for pigs. Cuban Journal of Agricultural Science 30(2): 117-129

The pattern of equine evolution determined by human needs. Matassino, D [Author], Boyazoglu, J [Author], Cappuccio, A [Author] EAAP Publication; International Symposium on Mediterranean Animal Germplasm and Future Human Challenges : 187-191

The pattern of fatal fibrinous pneumonia (shipping fever) affecting calves in a large feedlot in Alberta (1985-1988). Canadian Veterinary Journal 36(12): 753-757

The pattern of fungal contamination of the banana bunch during its development and potential influence on incidence of crown-rot and anthracnose diseases. Plant Pathology (Oxford) 46(4): 481-489

The pattern of fungal infections in critically ill surgical patients. American Surgeon 61(10): 847-850

The pattern of genetic variation in shoot growth of Pinus brutia Ten. populations sampled from the Toros Mountains in Turkey. Silvae Genetica 46(2/3): 73-81

The pattern of growth and obesity in Saudi Arabian male school children. International Journal of Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders 20(11): 1000-1005

The pattern of neuropeptide F and RF-amide in two tapeworms. Hydrobiologia 305(1-3): 305-306

The pattern of neutral molecular variation under the background selection model. Genetics 141(4): 1619-1632

The pattern of nutrient and energy utilization, retention and the chemical composition of the body in broilers from hatching to maturity. Archives of Animal Nutrition 49(2): 125-149

The pattern of organochlorines in mussels Mytilus edulis L. from the south west Baltic Sea. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. July; 311: 68-76

The pattern of protein and energy retention and the chemical composition of the body in White Leghorn pullets. Archiv für Tierernahrung 49(4): 263-277

The pattern of protein retention in pigs from 2 to 120 kg live weight. Archiv für Tierernahrung 49(2): 181-186

The pattern of respiratory burst of leucocytes in patients with Echinococcus granulosus. Microbios 83(336): 167-174

The pattern of soil variables related to Artemisia tridentata in a burned shrub-steppe site. Soil Science Society of America Journal 61(1): 287-294

The pattern of the circadian rhythm of pancreatic secretion in fed pigs. Journal of Animal Science 73(11): 3402-3408

The pattern of tiller panicle formation in Weiyou 402 at different plant populations. China Rice ( 3): 23-24

The pattern of tuberculosis in Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, Blantyre, Malawi: 1986-1995. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 1(4): 346-351

The pauperization of the Maasai in Kenya. Africa Today 41(4): 57-65

The pawpaw : a new fruit crop for Kentucky and the United States. HortScience 31(5): 777-784

The pay-off from superparasitism in the egg parasitoid Trissolcus basalis, in relation to patch defence. Ecological Entomology 22(2): 142-149

The pay-off from superparasitism in the solitary parasitoid Venturia canescens. Ecological Entomology 21(3): 305-307

The pea and the coconut: seed size in safe sites. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 11(1): 1-2

The pea early nodulin gene PsENOD7 maps in the region of linkage group I containing sym2 and leghaemoglobin. Plant molecular biology 31(1): 149-156

The pea midge (Contarinia pisi W.) a new pest in the Champagne area. Mededelingen Faculteit Landbouwkundige en Toegepaste Biologische Wetenschappen, Universiteit Gent 60(3a): 645-650

The peach-tree in a compact orchard system: VII. Performance of new IAC selections under biennial drastic pruning. Scientia Agricola 51(1): 94-98

The pear bud weevil (Anthonomus cinctus K.). Fruitteelt nieuws 10(12): 16-17

The pear psyllid. Preliminary results on insecticide resistance in France. Phytoma ( 488): 53-54, 56-57

The peasant in economic modernization. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 78(5): 1157-1167

The peasant question and the evolution of capitalism in the agrarian sector. Realidad Economica ( 130): 82-96

The peasantry as the territorial spearhead of the State in Southeast Asia: the case of Vietnam. Sojourn 11(2): 231-258

The pectic polysaccharide from Bupleurum falcatum L. enhances clearance of immune complexes in mice. Phytotherapy Research 10(7): 585-588

The pectin content as a measure of the retting and rettability of flax. Industrial Crops and Products 4(4): 273-284

The pedagogic interpretation of sport and the question of instrumentalization. Sportwissenschaft 26(2): 157-169

The pediatric pulmonary and cardiovascular complications of vertically transmitted human immunodeficiency virus (Psuperscript 2Csuperscript 2 HIV) infection study: design and methods. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 49(11): 1285-1294

The pek savannas of the Lao People's Democratic Republic - ecology and floristics. Genetic Resources Communication ( 23): 38 pp.

The penaeid rod-shaped DNA virus (PRDV), which causes penaeid acute viremia (PAV). Fish Pathology. March; 311: 39-45

The penalty of a faulty milking machine. Farming Business ( 28): 8-9

The penetration assessment of apples during storage. Materiay ogolnopolskiej konferencji naukowej Nauka Praktyce Ogrodniczej z okazji XXV lecia Wydziau Ogrodniczego Akademii Rolniczej w Lublinie: 89-92

The penetration depth in modelling natural groundwater flow . Journal of hydrology 185(1-4): 171-182

The penetration of amphotericin B from an Intralipid formulation into fibrin loci in a rabbit model of candidiasis. Biopharmaceutics and Drug Disposition 16(6): 529-531

The people's machinery - local democracy and development in Andhra Pradesh. Waterlines 15(2): 22-25

The peoples of the tropical forests: traditional systems and rural development in equatorial Africa, Great Amazonia and south east Asia. Civilisations 44(1/2): 255 pp.

The pepino (Solanum muricatum Ait.): an alternative crop for areas affected by moderate salinity. HortScience 32(4): 649-652

The pepino (Solanum muricatum, Solanaceae): a new crop with a history. Economic Botany 50(4): 355-368

The peptidase activity of crude cell free extract of some frozen or heat-treated microorganisms related to cheese. Alexandria Journal of Agricultural Research 41(1): 177-187

The peptide ACTH(1-39), adrenal growth and steroidogenesis in the sheep fetus after disconnection of the hypothalamus and pituitary. Journal of Physiology 491: 871-879

The peptide preparation Sadatin. Krolikovodstvo i Zverovodstvo ( 1): 9

The peptidolytic capacity of the spirochete system. Medical Microbiology & Immunology 185(1): 1-10

The perceived purposes of sport among male and female intercollegiate and recreational sport participants. International Journal of Sport Psychology 26(4): 490-502

The perceived quality of changes in the landscape. Theoretical and experimental investigations into the possibilities of a model to explain and forecast the perceived quality of nature development measures. Rapport Staring Centrum, Instituut voor Onderzoek van het Landelijk Gebied ( 409): 69 pp.

The perception of environmental damage caused by agriculture in Swiss Seeland: a test case for the psychological hypothesis theory of perception?. Agrarwirtschaft und Agrarsoziologie ( 1): 81-104

The perception of genetic similarity by the solitary parthenogenetic parasitoid Venturia canescens, and its effects on the occurrence of superparasitism. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 78(2): 167-174

The perfect cheese - or optimal sorting?. Maelkeritidende 110(8): 234

The perfect cheese or optimum sorting procedure. Scandinavian Dairy Information ( 1): 16-17

The performance and allelism study of the new male sterile mutant NJ89-1 of the soybean. Soybean Genetics Newsletter 24: 57-59

The performance and reputation of Ile-de-France sheep in Yugoslavia and throughout the world. Veterinarski Glasnik 49(4): 239-245

The performance and stability of some wheat genotypes under different environments. Assiut Journal of Agricultural Sciences 26(4): 15-37

The performance consistency of seasonal rainfall in Gulbarga district during the latest thirty years (1959-88). Karnataka Journal of Agricultural Sciences 7(2): 194-200

The performance of 'Van' sweet cherry in four high density management systems in Norway. Acta Horticulturae ( 410): 283-286

The performance of 6 Navel orange cultivars on different stocks. South China Fruits 25(4): 6-7

The performance of Adara as a cherry rootstock. Scientia Horticulturae (Amsterdam) 65(1): 85-91

The performance of European countries in fruit and vegetable trade. Infos Paris ( 123): 18-22

The performance of Japanese chestnut varieties grown in Dongyuan county, Guangdong province. South China Fruits 26(3): 48

The performance of Red Sekai-ichi apple variety in Liangshan county Shandong province. China Fruits ( 2): 29

The performance of Tushin and Red Karaman ewes at the farm of the Veterinary Faculty, University of Kafkas, Kars. 2. Growth and body measurements. Kafkas Universitesi Veteriner Fakultesi Dergisi 2(2): 139-146

The performance of Xinping apple variety in Qiangaoros county, Jilin province. China Fruits ( 2): 50

The performance of a high-rate algal pond in the Moroccan climate. Water Science & Technology 31(12): 67-74

The performance of a model auger in the in situ stabilisation/solidification of a contaminated sand. Environmental Technology 18(9): 913-920, Sept

The performance of a pilot-scale series of ten ponds treating municipal sewage in Northeast Brazil. Water Science and Technology 33(7): 57-61

The performance of all-female diploid and triploid Atlantic salmon smolts on transfer together to sea water. Journal of Fish Biology 48(3): 545-548

The performance of an innovative tropical experimental waste stabilisation pond system operating at high organic loadings. Water Science & Technology 33(7): 63-73

The performance of citrus fruit production. Tarm ve Koyisleri Bakanlg Dergisi ( 112): 36-37

The performance of commercial broilers when fed various levels of rendered whole-hen meal. Poultry Science 75(4): 536-539

The performance of farmed ostrich chicks in eastern Australia. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 29(2): 91-106

The performance of farmed ostrich eggs in eastern Australia. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 29(2): 121-133

The performance of first-calf cows culled because of low yield or reproductive diseases. Sbornik Jihoceska Univerzita Zemedelska Fakulta, Ceske Budejovice Zootechnicka Rada 13(2): 13-18

The performance of flax varietal characters contributing to straw and/or seed yield production. Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor 33(1): 101-108

The performance of furfuryl alcohol-treated wood against subterranean termites. Journal of Tropical Forest Products 1(2): 204-208

The performance of lamps in protected cultivation. Part 1. Fundamentals and criteria for evaluation of lamps. Colture Protette 23(7/8): 69-73

The performance of lamps in protected cultivation. Part 2. Program for calculation and comparison between lamps. Colture Protette 23(9): 117-122

The performance of male turkeys fed a starter diet containing a mannan oligosaccharide. Zootecnica International 20(5): 30-32

The performance of phorate against the carrot fly (Psila rosae (F.)) in trials done during a 15 year period on carrots in mineral soil. Crop Protection 15(4): 349-352

The performance of power and of torque in modern tractor engines. Technique Agricole 57(9): 19-27

The performance of several commercial cotton cultivars over three years in a reniform nematode infested field. 1997 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, New Orleans, LA, USA, January 6-10, 1997: Volume 1: 103

The performance of short-distance cable-cranes. Forst und Holz 50(4): 102-104

The performance of some traits of F1 generation in cut-flower chrysanthemum. Advances in horticulture: 329-331

The performance of suckling lambs grazing unfertilized and fertilized natural pasture and rangeland under subarctic conditions. Proceedings of the XVI International Grassland Congress, 4-11 October 1989, Nice, France: 1267-1268

The performance of suckling piglets given creep feed at seven and fourteen days of age. Philippine Journal of Veterinary Medicine 31(2): 38-41

The performance of summer-calving cows grazing perennial ryegrass swards. Grass & Forage Science 50(4): 315-323

The performance of the autumnal moth is lower on trees infected by birch rust. Mycological Research 99(8): 994-996

The performance of topworked Fengqi, Skaggs Bonanza and Omishima Navel orange varieties on the different interstem varieties in the area with high humidity and less sunshine. South China Fruits 26(2): 6-7

The performance of vertical flow experimental wetland under a range of operational formats and environmental conditions. Water Science & Technology 35(5): 167-174

The performance pigs weaned into a new type of cage (KNOP). Acta Zootechnica 50: 55-60

The performances of a horizontal sailwing wind mill. Bangladesh Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research 30(1): 115-120

The peribacteroid membrane. Physiologia Plantarum 100(1): 30-44

The perilous search for water in Angola. International Ground Water Technology 2(6): 7-9

The perilous state of plant resources. International Agricultural Development 16(3): 8-9

The perils of measuring poverty: identifying the 'poor' in rural Ethiopia. Oxford Development Studies 25(3): 315-343

The perinuclear microtubule-organizing center and the synaptonemal complex of higher plants share a common antigen: its putative transfer and role in meiotic chromosomal ordering. Chromosoma 104(6): 405-413

The periodic acid-Schiff reaction and haematoxylin-eosin staining as ancillary diagnostic aids in Eimeria tenella infection. Revista Brasileira de Medicina Veterinaria 18(6): 260-262

The periparturient disease complex of the sow in intensive husbandry. 4. The influence of prophylactic oral medication on the occurrence of puerperal disease complex of the sow. Berliner und Munchener Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 108(1): 8-13

The periparturient disease complex of the sow under intensive husbandry conditions. 3. An abattoir survey of mammary glands, uteri and bladder of sows with a history of puerperal disease. Berliner und Munchener Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 107(12): 405-408

The peripheral auditory characteristics of noctuid moths: information encoding and endogenous noise. Journal of Experimental Biology 199(Pt 4): 857-868

The peripheral auditory characteristics of noctuid moths: responses to the search-phase echolocation calls of bats. Journal of Experimental Biology 199(Pt 4): 847-856

The peripheral complex of the tobacco hornworm V-ATPase contains a novel 13-kDa subunit G. Journal of Biological Chemistry 271(14): 8502-8508

The permanence of paper made from tropical hardwoods. Journal of Tropical Forest Products 1(2): 153-161

The permanent forestry plot 'La Nieve', 27 years after establishment. Ciencia Forestal 1993; 14(66): 44-96

The persimmon industry and research activities in Republic of Korea. Acta Horticulturae ( 436): 33-41

The persistence and fate of malathion residues in stored beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) and maize (Zea mays). Pesticide Science 46(3): 215-220

The persistence of bioluminescent Rhizobium meliloti strains L1 (RecA-) and L33 (RecA+) in non-sterile microcosms depends on the soil type, on the co-cultivation of the host legume alfalfa and on the presence of an indigenous R. meliloti population. Plant and Soil 188(2): 257-266

The persistence of cultivar alleles in wild populations of sunflowers five generations after hybridization. Theoretical and applied genetics 95(1-2): 33-40

The persistence of deciduous teeth in dogs and cats and its consequences. Pratique Medicale and Chirurgicale de l' Animal de Compagnie 32(1): 69-76

The persistence of foot-and-mouth disease virus on wool. Australian Veterinary Journal 72(8): 286-292

The persistence of oak decline in the western North Carolina Nantahala Mountains. Castanea 58(3): 178-184

The persistence of trifluralin resistance in green foxtail (Setaria viridis) populations. Weed Technology 11(2): 369-372

The persistent survival of an unobtrusive but still necessary servant?. Animal production and rural tourism in Mediterranean regions Proceedings of the International Symposium on Animal Production and Rural Tourism in Mediterranean Regions organized by EAAP, FAO, CIHEAM and SNFEZ of Portugal, Evora, Portugal, 10-13 October 1993: 177-181

The perspective selection of high virulence strains of the entomopathogenic viruses. Bulletin OILB/SROP 19(9): 268-270

The perspectives on world trade regulations. Cahiers Options Mediterraneennes 17: 67-83

The pervasive effects of social influence on sporting event attendance. Journal of Sport and Social Issues 19(4): 335-351

The pest complex in rotations. Sakharnaya Svekla ( 1): 11

The pest management triad - an approach to combining different pest control methods in pest management programmes. International conference on pests in agriculture, 6-8 January 1997, at le Corum, Montpellier, France Volume 3: 1123-1129

The pesticide trail: the impact of trade controls on reducing pesticide hazards in developing countries. The pesticide trail: the impact of trade controls on reducing pesticide hazards in developing countries: iv + 132 pp.

The pests and disease of lawns. Revue Horticole Suisse 69(1/2): 2-9

The petunia homologue of tomato gast1: transcript accumulation coincides with gibberellin-induced corolla cell elongation. Plant Molecular Biology 32(6): 1067-1074

The pharmacokinetics of a single dose of artemisinin in patients with uncomplicated falciparum malaria. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 56(5): 503-507

The pharmacokinetics of a single intramuscular dose of amikacin in red-tailed hawks (Buteo jamaicensis). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 28(1): 55-61

The pharmacokinetics of ceftazidime in lactating and non-lactating cows. Veterinary Research Communications 20(6): 543-550

The pharmacokinetics of oral and intravenous allopurinol and intravenous oxypurinol in the horse. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology & Therapeutics 18(6): 451-456

The pharmacokinetics of parbendazole in sheep. Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa 43(1): 81-83

The pharmacokinetics of salicylate in dairy cattle are not altered by simultaneous intravenous ceftiofur sodium and DL-lysine-acetyl salicylate (aspirin). Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics 19(2): 104-108

The pharmacologic effects of isoxsuprine. Pferdeheilkunde 12(4): 428-430

The pharmacological activity of Lupinus albus L. var. Bac seed extract. Herba Polonica 41(3): 139-145

The pharmacology of FMRFamide-related neuropeptides in nematodes: new opportunities for rational anthelmintic discovery?. International Journal for Parasitology 25(11): 1273-1280

The pharmacology of honey bee products: 1. Actions of propolis on rat arterial blood pressure, respiratory systems and some smooth muscles. Saudi Pharmaceutical Journal 4(3/4): 157-164

The pharmacology of indomethacin, a prostaglandin biosynthesis inhibitor, in larvae of the tobacco hornworm, Manduca sexta. Journal of Insect Physiology 42(9): 893-901

The pharmacology of nematode FMRFamide-related peptides. Parasitology Today 12(9): 351-357

The pharynx of the nematode Ascaris suum: structure and function. Acta Biologica Hungarica 46(2-4): 195-204

The phasing of temporary pasture production using mixtures formed of cultivars with different vegetative periods. Cercetari Agronomice in Moldova 29(1/2): 191-197

The phenetic approach in the evaluation of the genetic structure of livestock populations, as exemplified by the Ukrainian Grey breed of cattle. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya ( 4): 19-26

The phenolic acids of some species of the Oenothera L. genus. Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae 64(1): 41-44

The phenolic domain of potato suberin: structural comparison with lignins. Phytochemistry 42(4): 949-953

The phenolic substances of Sorbus domestica L. and their importance for the quality of apple wines. Polyphenols 94: 17th International Conference, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, 23-27 May 1994: 235-236

The phenological network for maize (Zea mays L.) in the Veneto Plain. I. Characteristics and mapping. Rivista di Agronomia 30(3, Supplement): 500-505

The phenology of coffee fruit in relation to infestation with Hypothenemus hampei Ferr. Interactions insectes plantes Actes des 5e journees du groupe de travail relations insectes plantes Montpellier, France 26-27 Octobre 1995: 55-58

The phenology of silver fir (Abies alba) with different degrees of decline. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen 147(2): 99-108

The phenomena of lysozyme activity in cow and buffalo milk as affected by heat treatment, presence of sodium chloride or antibiotics. Alexandria Journal of Agricultural Research 40(3): 201-208

The phenomenon and the major causes of heavy cone bearing on Larix leptolepis seed orchard. Research Report of the Forest Genetics Research Institute 0(31): 61-67

The phenomenon of 'head heat' during extraction. Tsukor Ukraini ( 1): 31-32

The phenomenon of convention centres in France: a product which has been able to adapt to market changes. Cahiers Espaces 1996(45): 38-41

The phenomenon of foaming in the extraction process. Gazeta Cukrownicza 103(11): 211-214

The phenomenon of natural resistance to varroosis. Vida Apicola ( 74): 44-51

The phenomenon of non-reproduction in worker cells as a Varroa tolerance factor involves natural selection of the mites. Apidologie 27(4): 282-284

The phenomenon of the ice cream industry. Molochnaya Promyshlennost' ( 2): 6-7

The phenomenon of tourist gites in Estrie. Teoros, Revue de Recherche en Tourisme 16(1): 32-37

The phenotype and functional activities of sheep monocyte-derived-macrophages. Taiwan Journal of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Husbandry 65(3): 225-238

The phenotype and phagocytic activity of macrophages during maedi-visna virus infection. Veterinary Immunology & Immunopathology 51(1-2): 113-126

The phenotypic and genetic parameters of egg yield and some egg characteristics in Pekin duck. Turk Veterinerlik ve Hayvanclk Dergisi 21(4): 313-315

The phenotypic association between the interval to post-partum ovulation and traditional measures of fertility in dairy cattle. Animal Science (Pencaitland) 65(1): 9-16

The phenotypic relationships among type and production traits of Holstein dairy cows in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Egyptian Journal of Animal Production 32(1): 13-31

The pheromonal restoration of cyclic activity in young estrogenized persistent estrus female rats is a vomeronasal effect. Life Sciences 60(7): 493-498

The pheromonal role of cuticular hydrocarbons in Drosophila melanogaster. Bioessays 19(4): 353-358

The pheromone response factor coordinates filamentous growth and pathogenicity in Ustilago maydis. Embo Journal 15(7): 1632-1641

The phlebotomine fauna (Diptera: Psychodidae) of three provinces in the north-east Maranon region, Peru. Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical 28(3): 215-221

The phlebotomine sandflies of Portugal. VI. Altitudinal relationship between the abundance of phlebotomine sandflies (Diptera, Psychodidae) and the prevalence of canine leishmaniasis in the Alto Douro. Boletim da Sociedade Portuguesa de Entomologia 6(11, 161): 137-145

The phlebotomines of Lebanon I - results of preliminary collections. Parasite 2(1): 93-94

The Phloem Sieve Element: A River Runs through It. Plant Cell 9(7): 1137-1146

The phoretic association of Diplogaster coprophila Sudhaus & Rehfeld, 1990 (Diplogastridae) from cow dung with its carriers, in particular flies of the family Sepsidae. Nematologica. June; 423: 354-366

The phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase (ppc) gene family of Flaveria trinervia (C4) and F. pringlei (C3): molecular characterization and expression analysis of the ppcB and ppcC genes. Plant Molecular Biology 34(3): 427-443

The phosphohydrolase activity of oil-polluted soils. Pochvovedenie ( 6): 723-725

The phosphoprotein gene of a dolphin morbillivirus isolate exhibits genomic variation at the editing site. Journal of General Virology 76: 3051-3058

The phosphorus content of rivers in England and Wales. Water Research 30(5): 1258-1268

The phosphorus requirements of growing cattle consuming forage diets. Journal of Agricultural Science 126(4): 503-510

The phosphorylation state of translation initiation factors is regulated developmentally and following heat shock in wheat. Journal of Biological Chemistry 272(2): 1046-1053

The photoreceptors in the high irradiance response of plants. Physiologia Plantarum 101(2): 451-454

The photosynthetic capacity and leaf nitrogen concentration as related to light regime in shade leaves of a montane tropical forest tree, Tetrorchidium rubrivenium. Functional Ecology 10(4): 491-500

The photosynthetic performance of oak (Quercus robur L.) populations exposed to automobile exhaust as an air pollutant. Photosynthesis: from light to biosphere Volume V Proceedings of the Xth International Photosynthesis Congress, Montpellier, France, 20-25 August 1995: 993-996

The photosynthetic potential of canola embryos. Physiologia Plantarum 101(2): 353-360

The photosynthetic response of eight species of Acer to simulated light regimes from the centre and edges of gaps. Functional Ecology 11(1): 16-23

The photosystem I mutant viridis-zb63 of barley (Hordeum vulgare) contains low amounts of active but unstable photosystem I. Physiologia Plantarum 98(3): 637-644

The phylogenetic position of the amoeboflagellate Willaertia deduced from SSUrDNA sequences. European Journal of Protistology 33(1): 72-76

The phylogenetic positions of the conifer genera Amentotaxus, Phyllocladus, and Nageia inferred from 18S rRNA sequences. Journal of molecular evolution 41(2): 224-230

The phylogenetic relationships of seven European Ips (Scolytidae, Ipinae) species. Insect Molecular Biology 6(3): 233-240

The phylogenetic relationships of the physaloid genera (Solanaceae) based on morphological data. American Journal of Botany 83(1): 118-124

The phylogenetic relationships of two trichothecene-producing hyphomycetes, Spicellum roseum and Trichothecium roseum. Mycologia 89(2): 250-257

The phylogenetic utility of lemmatal micromorphology in Leptochloa s.l. and related genera in subtribe Eleusininae (Poaceae, Chloridoideae, Eragrostideae). Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 83(4): 504-529

The phylogeny of New World (Tacaribe complex) arenaviruses. Virology 219(1): 285-290

The phylogeny of Papaver s.l. (Papaveraceae): polyphyly or monophyly?. Plant Systematics and Evolution 204(1/2): 75-98

The phylogeny of cockroach families: a cladistic appraisal of morpho-anatomical data. Canadian Journal of Zoology. March; 743: 508-527

The phylogeny of genus Tabanus in China (Diptera: Tabanidae). Contributions to epidemiological survey in China Volume 1: 117-121

The phylogeny of intestinal porcine spirochetes (Serpulina species) based on sequence analysis of the 16S rRNA gene. Journal of Bacteriology 178(14): 4189-4199

The physical and genomic organization of microsatellites in sugar beet. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 93(16): 8761-8765

The physical association of casein kinase 2 with nucleolin. Journal of Biological Chemistry 271(26): 15662-8

The physical characterisation of rapeseed oil based lubricants. HGCA Oilseeds Project Report ( OS18): 32 pp.

The physical climatology of alpine tundra, Scout Mountain, British Columbia, Canada. Mountain Research and Development 16(1): 51-64

The physical costs of AIDS caregiving. Social Science and Medicine 45(6): 915-923

The physical environment and major plant communities of the Karoo National Park, South Africa. Koedoe 39(2): 25-52

The physical inactivity of girls - A school issue?. British Journal of Physical Education 27(1): 34-35

The physical location of genes cdc2 and prh1 in maize (Zea mays L.). Hereditas Landskrona 126(3): 211-217

The physical map of an Arabidopsis chromosome. Trends in Plant Science 1(1): 2

The physical map of the chloroplast DNA from Asparagus officinalis L. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 92(1): 10-14

The physical organization of Triticeae chromosomes. Symposia of the Society for Experimental Biology 50: 71-75

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The physical properties of boards treated with vapor boron. Forest products journal 47(1): 61-66

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The physics of string instruments - the violin as an example. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen 147(9): 703-713

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The physiological responses of pioneer trees of disturbed land to nutrient stress. Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 45(3): 13-27

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The plant oncogene rolD stimulates flowering in transgenic tobacco plants. Developmental Biology 180(2): 693-700

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The pollination of Cymbidium madidum Lindley and C. suave R.Br. by native bees - a case of floral reward deception?. Orchadian 11(10): 487-495

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The pollinators of two species of columnar cacti on Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. Biotropica 27(4): 538-541

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The pollution of soils and ground water by heavy metals, sulphur and nitrogen in the region of Pock Petrochemical Works. Polish Journal of Environmental Studies 5(6): 45-49

The pollution potential and flows of nitrogen to waters and the atmosphere from grassland under grazing. Pollution in livestock production systems: 227-239

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The population genetics of fungi: tools and techniques. Phytopathology 87(4): 448-453

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The position of thermal utilization and disposal of old wood and residual wood within the law on recycling and rubbish. Holz Zentralblatt 122(67): 1090-1091

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The possibilities of non-state forest management. Lesnicky Casopis 41(3): 167-173

The possibilities of silage blockcutter utilisation. Aktualni zadaci mehanizacije poljoprivrede: 24 meunarodno savjetovanje iz podrucja mehanizacije poljoprivrede, Opatija, Croatia, 06-09 veljace 1996: 221-225

The possibilities of the application of deep planting technology on the alluvia of rivers. Lesnicky Casopis 41(5): 339-351

The possibilities of using hazelnut shells in Pleurotus sajor-caju (Fr.) Singer production. Turkish Journal of Botany 20(3): 285-289

The possibility for improvement of the longevity of intact flowers. Acta Horticulturae ( 404): 48-57

The possibility of an X factor. The first documented drug resistance of human malaria. International Journal for Parasitology 26(10): 1035-1061

The possibility of calculating self sufficiency ratio of food on the national level using essential quantities of foods needed. Alexandria Journal of Agricultural Research 41(1): 341-360

The possibility of congenital infection with Acanthamoeba culbertsoni. Journal of the Egyptian Society of Parasitology 26(3): 601-608

The possibility of defining the protective value of forest cover from erosion of soil by water by means of an expert system. Research and experiences in multi functional forest planning Papers given at the second seminar, held at the ENEA research centre, Brasimone, Italy, 23-24 November 1993: 179-203

The possibility of early estimation for fertility in bovine heterosexual twin females. Journal of Veterinary Medical Science 59(3): 221-222

The possibility of eradicating two sweet potato pests, Cylas formicarius and Euscepes postfasciatus in Japan. Extension Bulletin ASPAC, Food and Fertilizer Technology Center ( 403): ii + 7 pp.

The possibility of exploiting marker genes in evaluating production traits of sheep. Acta Zootechnica 51: 77-81

The possibility of floor heating for broilers. Selskostopanska Tekhnika 33(7/8): 18-20

The possibility of growing spelt (Triticum dicoccum and T. spelta) in arid regions of southern Italy. Rivista di Agronomia 30(2): 147-153

The possibility of improving the feed value of rapeseed meal. VTT Tiedotteita ( 1724): 35 pp.

The possibility of modifying the spring barley canopy by agrotechnical measures. Proceedings of the third congress of the European Society for Agronomy, Padova University, Abano Padova, Italy, 18-22 September 1994: 206-207

The possibility of monitoring the population density of the strawberry blossom weevil Anthonomus rubi Herbst (Coleoptera, Curculionidae) on strawberry by two methods: counting the clipped buds and using pheromones. Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 74(4): 753-757

The possibility of plant growth diagnosis by measuring ethylene concentration in closed system. Environment Control in Biology 35(1): 41-46

The possibility of planting apple in large single-variety stands . Sadovodstvo i Vinogradarstvo ( 1): 8

The possibility of producing transgenic pigs using electroporated spermatozoa as the gene vector. Journal of the Chinese Society of Animal Science 25(4): 427-440

The possibility of production of biogenic amines, mainly histamine, in fermented sausages. Deltion tes Ellenikes Kteniatrikes Etaireias = Bulletin of the Hellenic Veterinary Medical Society 46(3): 172-176

The possibility of ramin (Gonystylus bancanus) propagation from cuttings for the supply of forest planting stock. Buletin Penelitian Hutan ( 584): 1-10

The possibility of replacing the finisher mixture with cereals and of excluding premix from the finisher mixture during the last few days of finishing broiler chickens. Biuletyn Naukowy Przemysu Paszowego 34(2): 35-41

The possibility of substituting cereals for finishing mash during the last few days of broiler chickens fattening. Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie Skodowska Sectio EE Zootechnica 14: 217-222

The possibility of suppressing Diptera in animal production facilities, considering the current levels of insecticide resistance in flies. Agrochemia Bratislava 35(11/12): 226-229

The possibility of urban parks for nature conservation: a case study of the site of Asahi Denka, Arakawa Ward, Tokyo Prefecture. Journal of the Yamagata Agriculture and Forestry Society ( 53): 37-43

The possibility of using 'Oblacinska' sour cherry as a rootstock or interstock in high-density sweet cherry plantings. Acta Horticulturae ( 410): 537-541

The possibility of using aboveground tractor equipment in maturing rape. Rosliny Oleiste 15(2): 73-76

The possibility of using ammonia-treated wheat straw for fattening yearling lambs. Hayvanclk Arastirma Dergisi 5(1/2): 18-20

The possibility of using endosulfan (Thiocid E-35) in the control of Vasates fockeui (Nal. et Trt) in plum nurseries. Jugoslovensko Vocarstvo 28(3/4): 55-60

The possibility of using fluorescence to diagnose nutrient status in cereals. Agrochemia Bratislava 35(9/10): 180-183

The possibility of using joint service models for optimizing irrigation systems. Zemedelska Ekonomika 43(8): 369-372

The possibility of using operational research for logistical analysis. Zemedelska Ekonomika 42(2): 81-85

The possibility of using waste water from the Gemlik fertilizer factory in agriculture. Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 20(6): 507-514

The possible approach in maize 'core collection' development. Evaluation and exploitation of genetic resources: pre breeding Proceedings of the Genetic Resources Section Meeting of Eucarpia, 15-18 March 1994, Clermont Ferrand, France: 109-115

The possible ecological implications of the invasion of Bombus terrestris (L.) (Apidae) at Mt. Carmel, Israel. The conservation of bees: 183-200

The possible effects of landscape change on diet composition and body weight of mountain hares Lepus timidus. Wildlife Biology 2(4): 269-273

The possible evolution of the plate-like structures associated with the anal area of lecanoid Coccoidea. Israel Journal of Entomology 29(0): 57-65

The possible importance of wintering yards in the transmission of Parelaphostrongylus tenuis to white-tailed deer and moose. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 32(1): 31-38

The possible involvement of a beta -D-glucosidase in postharvest leaf blackening in cut Protea flowers. Proceedings of the Australasian postharvest horticulture conference ' Science and technology for the fresh food revolution' , Melbourne, Australia, 18-22 September, 1995: 83-87

The possible links between RNA-directed DNA methylation (RdDM), sense and antisense RNA, gene silencing, symptom-induction upon microbial infections and RNA-directed RNA polymerase (RdRP). Biology of plant microbe interactions Proceedings of the 8th international symposium on molecular plant microbe interactions, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA, 14-19 July 1996: 533-540

The possible origins of genetic variability within the plant parasitic nematodes Meloidogyne and Globodera spp. Agricultural Zoology Reviews 7: 71-87

The possible procedure to measure epithelial cell outflow from the rumen. Animal Science & Technology 67(1): 32-35

The possible reuse of wastewater treated by lagooning for the irrigation of field crops. Water Science & Technology 31(12): 409-416

The possible role of glutamine in some cells of the immune system and the possible consequence for the whole animal. Experientia (Basel) 52(5): 455-459

The possible role of manganese poisoning in enzootic geophagia and hepatitis of calves and lambs. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 68(1): 4-6

The possible role of non-specific hosts (chickens and rabbits) in the epidemiology of Trichinella spiralis. Veterinary Medical Journal Giza 41(2): 27-31

The possible role of phenolic compounds in red raspberry resistance to Didymella applanata (Niessl) Sacc. Acta Horticulturae ( 381(II)): 671-674

The possible role of two common three-host ticks, Rhipicephalus appendiculatus and Amblyomma hebraeum, in the transmission of bovine leukosis virus. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 67(3): 148-150

The possible role of yeast cell walls in modifying cellular response to chlorhexidine diacetate. Cytobios 86(345): 123-135

The possible role of zearalenone in the floral gradient in Nicotiana tabacum L. Journal of Plant Physiology 147(2): 197-202

The possible use of Peh-Hue-Juwa-Chi-Cao as an antitumour agent and radioprotector after therapeutic irradiation. Phytotherapy Research 11(1): 6-10

The possible utilization of brown coal ash and coal mine sand as growing media components for transplant production. Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczej w Szczecinie, Rolnictwo 62: 233-239

The post-coital contraceptive activity of Sida linifolia. Fitoterapia 67(4): 291-293

The post-feeding responses of sows to the daily presentation of food rewards in a test arena. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 49(2): 125-135

The post-flowering responses of soyabeans to pre-flowering photoperiod treatments. Soybean Science 14(4): 283-289

The post-privatization state of agricultural development. Visnik Agrarnoi Nauki ( 1): 10-14

The post-transcriptional regulator Rev of HIV: Implications for its interaction with the nucleolar protein B23. Biochimie 78(11/12): 1081-1086

The postharvest appearance of bruising damage in apples is influenced by fruit maturity and development at harvest. COST 94 The postharvest treatment of fruit and vegetables Determination and prediction of optimum harvest date of apples and pears Proceedings of a meeting, Lofthus, Norway, 9-10 June 1994: 99-104

The postharvest phase in kiwifruits: global strategies for reducing losses and preserving quality. Rivista di Frutticoltura e di Ortofloricoltura 59(5): 51-58

The postharvest phase of kiwifruit: global strategies for reducing losses and preserving quality. Atti del convegno nazionale La coltura dell' actinidia Faenza, Italy, 10-12 ottobre 1996: 257-268

The postmaterialistic change of values and its relevance to forestry. Forstarchiv 68(1): 19-24

The postmodern Olympics: technology and the commodification of the Olympic movement. Quest National Association for Physical Education in Higher Education 48(1): 9-24

The postponement of non-culturability in Aeromonas salmonicida. Journal of Fish Diseases 19(1): 65-74

The potato and the pathogen: the Irish potato famine of 1845. Weather 50(10): 342-346

The potato cyst nematode, Globodera rostochiensis, in the Ukraine. Russian Journal of Nematology 4(1): 39-42

The potato in multiple cropping systems. Journal of Plant Nutrition 19(1): 215-243

The potato sector: an Odyssey towards the year 2005. Agricontact ( 295): 21-26

The potato-protein patatin's effects on the pollen beetle, Meligethes aeneus. Vaxtskyddsnotiser 60(1): 19-20

The potato. Cultivation, breeding, pests and diseases, and uses. La pomme de terre Production, amelioration, ennemis et maladies, utilisations: 607 pp.

The potent enhancer activity of the polycythemic strain of spleen focus-forming virus in hematopoietic cells is governed by a binding site for Sp1 in the upstream control region and by a unique enhancer core motif, creating an exclusive target for PEBP/CBF. Journal of Virology 71(9): 6323-6331

The potential benefits of agroforestry in the Sahel and other semi-arid regions. European Journal of Agronomy 7(1-3): 25-33, Sept

The potential contribution of selected forage legume pastures to cereal production in crop-livestock farming systems. Journal of Agricultural Science 127(2): 175-182

The potential demographic significance of unmet need. International Family Planning Perspectives 22(1): 16-20

The potential effect of two biotechnologies on the world dairy industry. The potential effect of two biotechnologies on the world dairy industry: ix + 153 pp.

The potential for an Australian olive industry: research, varieties, propagation and mechanization. WANATCA Yearbook 19: 67-75

The potential for biodiversity in British upland spruce forests. Forest Ecology & Management 79(1-2): 153-160

The potential for collocated AGLP and ERBE data for fire, smoke, and radiation budget studies. International Journal of Remote Sensing 18(12): 2657-2676

The potential for common weeds to reduce slug damage to winter wheat. Henderson, I F [Author] BCPC Symposium Proceedings; Slug and snail pests in agriculture : 297-304

The potential for common weeds to reduce slug damage to winter wheat: laboratory and field studies. Journal of Applied Ecology. February; 341: 79-87

The potential for community participation in forest management in rural areas: final report. The potential for community participation in forest management in rural areas: final report: xvi + 185 pp.

The potential for direct marketing by small farms in the UK. Farm Management 9(8): 409-421

The potential for economic valuation of watershed protection in mountainous areas: a case study from Bolivia. Mountain Research and Development 17(1): 19-30

The potential for energy savings in greenhouses. An energy model example. Publikatie Landbouw Economisch Instituut ( 4.141): 79 pp.

The potential for expanding the cultivation of onion in the warm temperate hills of eastern Nepal: the need for research and development strategies. Onion Newsletter for the Tropics ( 7): 52-63

The potential for geographical information systems in analysing the risks posed by exotic pests. BRITISH CROP PROTECTION COUNCIL [Author] Brighton Crop Protection Conference: Pests and diseases, Vol 1-3 3) 159-166

The potential for heathland restoration on formerly arable land at a site in Drenthe, the Netherlands. Journal of Applied Ecology 32(4): 827-835

The potential for herbicide use in the conservation of Britain's arable flora. Brighton crop protection conference: weeds Proceedings of an international conference, Brighton, UK, 20-23 November 1995 (Vol. 3): 961-966

The potential for high-value agricultural products under the North American Free Trade Agreement: the case of beef in Mexico and Canada: Comment. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 28(2): 453-454

The potential for horizontal gene transfer within the environment. Agro Food Industry Hi Tech 7(4): 31-35

The potential for improving organoleptic quality in apples through marker assisted breeding related to consumer preference studies. Agri food quality: an interdisciplinary approach: 35-38

The potential for malaria control with the biological larvicide Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti) in Peru and Ecuador. Acta Tropica 60(1): 47-57

The potential for on-farm leaf mulching. BioCycle 36(3): 67-69

The potential for pasture seed production in Yunnan Province, Southern China. Proceedings of the XVI International Grassland Congress, 4-11 October 1989, Nice, France: 675

The potential for pollen-borne virus transfer in a plum orchard infected with Prunus necrotic ringspot virus. Journal of Phytopathology (Berlin) 145(2-3): 105-111

The potential for reduced extrinsic host plant resistance in IRM strategies targeting the diamondback moth. Proceedings Brighton Crop Protection Conference, Pests and Diseases, 1994, vol 1: 457-462

The potential for remote sensing of loess soils suspended in surface waters. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 33(1): 111-117

The potential for resistance to cyst nematodes in transgenic plants which express antibodies. Integrated crop protection: towards sustainability Proceedings of a symposium, Edinburgh, UK, 11-14 September 1995 [chaired by McKinlay, R G; Atkinson, D]: 99-106

The potential for selected Indian horticultural products on the European market. Marketing Series Natural Resources Institute ( 11): vi + 45 pp.

The potential for selecting wheat varieties strongly competitive against weeds . Weed Research 36(6): 505-513

The potential for small-scale oilseed expelling in conjunction with poultry production in developing countries. World' s Poultry Science Journal 51(2): 167-176

The potential for spread of root diseases in recirculating hydroponic systems and their control with disinfection. Mededelingen Faculteit Landbouwkundige en Toegepaste Biologische Wetenschappen Universiteit Gent 60(28): 371-379

The potential for the biological control of basal rot of Narcissus by Streptomyces sp. Crop Protection 14(7): 539-542

The potential for traditional food and drink products in Eastern Europe: fruit processing - especially brandy (tuica) distilling - in Romania. Geojournal 38(2): 197-206

The potential for using cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) and algae in the biological control of plant pathogenic bacteria and fungi. European Journal of Plant Pathology 101(6): 585-599

The potential for using geophysical methods and equipment for research in the soil-parent material-soil water system and in agricultural environmental protection. Agrokemia es Talajtan 44(3/4): 317-325

The potential for viral problems related to the use of wrasse in the farming of Atlantic salmon. Sayer, M D J [Editor], Treasurer, J W [Editor], Costello, M J [Editor] Wrasse: Biology and use in aquaculture : 240-246

The potential geographical distribution of alligator weed (Alternanthera philoxeroides) and a biological control agent, Agasicles hygrophila, in New Zealand. Proceedings of the Forty Eighth New Zealand Plant Protection Conference, Angus Inn, Hastings, New Zealand, August 8-10, 1995: 270-275

The potential impact of AIDS on population and economic growth rates. The potential impact of AIDS on population and economic growth rates: vi + 32 pp.

The potential impact of biotechnology in the food industry: an overview. Biotechnology for improved foods and flavors: 14-28

The potential impact of global climate change on soils and its salinization effect on food production, biodiversity and irrigation practices. Desertification Control Bulletin ( 28): 15-23

The potential impact of global warming on summer/autumn cauliflower growth in the UK. Agricultural & Forest Meteorology 72(3-4): 181-193

The potential impact of herbivores on the susceptibility of the marsh plant Sagittaria lancifolia to saltwater intrusion in coastal wetlands. Estuaries 19(1): 13-20

The potential impact of soil carbon content on ground water nitrate contamination. Water Science and Technology 33(4/5): 227-232

The potential impact of transgenic herbicide resistant cotton. Australian Cottongrower 17(3): 25-26, 28

The potential impacts of climate change on pasture and cattle production in Mongolia. Water Air & Soil Pollution 92(1-2): 95-105

The potential inefficiency of using marketing margins in applied commodity price analysis, forecasting, and risk management: in Proceedings NCR-134 conference Chicago Mercantile Exchange, USA 22-23 April 1996. The potential inefficiency of using marketing margins in applied commodity price analysis, forecasting, and risk management: in Proceedings NCR 134 conference Chicago Mercantile Exchange, USA 22-23 April 1996: 14 pp.

The potential of AMMI analysis for field assessment of Musa genotypes to virus infection. Hortscience 31(5): 829-832

The potential of Collembola as indicators of pesticide usage: evidence and methods from the UK arable ecosystem. Pedobiologia. June; 411-3: 179-184

The potential of Mycodiplosis fungicola for biological control of rusts of maize. ASCOLFI Informa 22(3): 42-43

The potential of Ornithopus compressus and of O. sativus in Morocco. Al Awamia ( 87): 189-212

The potential of Toxorhynchites splendens as a biological control agent for Aedes mosquitoes. Jurnal Biologi Indonesia 1(2): 1-7

The potential of a clover: cereal bi-cropping system to produce high quality whole-crop silage. British Grassland Society Fifth Research Conference, University of Plymouth, Newton Abbot, Devon, UK, 8-10 September 1997: 85-86

The potential of agriculture and the rural areas in the educational process. Monatsberichte uber die Osterreichische Landwirtschaft 43(7): 445-449

The potential of alfalfa leafcutter bees (Megachile rotundata L.) as pollinators of cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon Aiton). Acta Horticulturae ( 437): 345-351

The potential of an earthworm avoidance test for evaluation of hazardous waste sites. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 15(9): 1532-1537

The potential of anther culture technique in wheat breeding. Cereal Research Communications 24(2): 163-170

The potential of beekeeping as a means for facilitating rural development in Wenchi District, Ghana. The potential of beekeeping as a means for facilitating rural development in Wenchi District, Ghana: 57 pp.

The potential of biological control for the suppression of invasive weeds of southern environments. Castanea 61(3): 313-319

The potential of biotechnology in temperate agroforestry practices. Agroforestry Systems 32(1): 29-44

The potential of combinatorial antibody libraries in pest-predator relationship studies. The ecology of agricultural pests: biochemical approaches: 347-366

The potential of crushed rocks and mine tailings as slow-releasing K fertilizers assessed by intensive cropping with Italian ryegrass in different soil types. Nutrient cycling in agroecosystems97 47(1): 41-48

The potential of deoiled sal (Shorea robusta) seed meal as a feedstuff in pelleted feed for Indian major carp, rohu, Labeo rohita (Hamilton), fingerlings. Aquaculture Nutrition 2(4): 221-227

The potential of dietary modification to prevent cancer. Preventive Medicine 25(1): 41-43

The potential of forage legumes in soil management in the sub-humid zone of Central Nigeria. Soil management in sustainable agriculture Proceedings Third International Conference on Sustainable Agriculture, Wye College, University of London, UK, 31 August to 4 September 1993: 435-443

The potential of fungal pathogens to control Hypericum species in Australia. Plant Protection Quarterly 12(2): 81-83

The potential of halophytes in the development and rehabilitation of arid and semi-arid zones. Halophytes and biosaline agriculture: 3-13

The potential of hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) for sustainable fibre production: a crop physiological appraisal. Annals of Applied Biology 129(1): 109-123

The potential of improved sorghum technologies in the marginal rainfall areas of Swaziland. Drought tolerant crops for southern Africa Proceedings of the SADC/ICRISAT Regional Sorghum and Pearl Millet Workshop, Gaborone, Botswana, 25-29 July 1994: 289-293

The potential of indigenous cattle breeds to meet market needs. Journal of the Zimbabwe Society for Animal Production 7: 97-100

The potential of integrating African Acacia species in land use systems in Zimbabwe. ForMat 8(4): 3-4

The potential of inulin as a functional ingredient. British food journal7(4): 30-32

The potential of laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) spectra of sheep feces to determine diet botanical composition. Small Ruminant Research 21(1): 1-10

The potential of local landrace varieties in pearl millet improvement. Drought tolerant crops for southern Africa Proceedings of the SADC/ICRISAT Regional Sorghum and Pearl Millet Workshop, Gaborone, Botswana, 25-29 July 1994: 153-162

The potential of lupins for UK agriculture. Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England 157: 84-91

The potential of microsatellites for hybridization- and polymerase chain reaction-based DNA fingerprinting of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) and related species. Electrophoresis 16(9): 1755-1761

The potential of mining slag as a substrate for microbial growth and the microbiological analysis of slag and slag seepage. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 71(4): 379-386

The potential of native prairie plant species to enhance the effectiveness of the Ostrinia nubilalis parasitoid Macrocentrus grandii. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 69(2): 133-143

The potential of natural enemies to suppress rice leaffolder populations. The potential of natural enemies to suppress rice leaffolder populations: 257 pp.

The potential of near infrared spectroscopy for monitoring species diversity in grassland. Aspects of Applied Biology ( 44): 431-436

The potential of off-gas analyses for monitoring wastewater treatment plants. Water Science & Technology 33(1): 13-23

The potential of off-stream livestock watering to reduce water quality impacts. Bioresource technology 58(3): 285-290

The potential of parasitoid strains in biological control: observations to date on Microctonus spp. intraspecific variation in New Zealand. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment. July; 642: 115-124

The potential of pasture to supply the nutritional requirements of grazing horses. Australian Veterinary Journal 73(2): 67-68

The potential of recombinant baculoviruses as enhanced bioinsecticides. Pesticide Outlook 7(3): 21-27

The potential of semiochemicals for control of Phorodon humuli (Homoptera: Aphididae). Pesticide Science 48(4): 293-303

The potential of several species of terrestrial Sciomyzidae as biological control agents of pest helicid snails in Australia. Crop Protection 14(7): 573-576

The potential of small-scale biomass electricity systems. Aspects of Applied Biology ( 49): 423-428

The potential of solar power for rural development in the Sahel. Rural and renewable energy: perspectives from developing countries: 220-225

The potential of somatic hybridization in crop breeding. Euphytica 85(1-3): 217-233

The potential of some entomopathogenic fungi as biocontrol agents against the onion thrips, Thrips tabaci and the western flower thrips, Frankliniella occidentalis. Folia Entomologica Hungarica 57(SUPPL ): 37-42

The potential of some mechanical treatments for rehabilitating arid rangelands I. Within-site effects and economic returns. Rangeland Journal 18(1): 150-164

The potential of some mechanical treatments for rehabilitating arid rangelands II. Identifying indicators from between-site comparisons. Rangeland Journal 18(1): 165-178

The potential of some soil amendments to improve tree growth on metalliferous mine wastes. Plant & Soil 192(2): 199-217

The potential of tetraploid hybrid mixtures in medium term leys. Seeds of progress Proceedings of the BGS/BSPB/NIAB/SAC Conference, Nottingham, UK, 18-19 February 1997: 152-155

The potential of the 1990 Farm Bill to conserve and restore wetlands in cornbelt watersheds. Versatility of wetlands in the agricultural landscape: Hyatt Regency, Tampa, Florida, USA, 17-20 September, 1995: 295-303

The potential of the fungus Sclerotinia sclerotiorum as a biological herbicide for controlling thistles in pasture. Plant Protection Quarterly 11(SUPPL 2): 259-262

The potential of the military in environmental protection: India. Unasylva English ed 46(183): 57-62

The potential of the predator Orius albidepennis on Agrotis ypsilon as affected by Bacillus thuringiensis. Anzeiger fuer Schaedlingskunde Pflanzenschutz Umweltschutz 70(7): 127-130

The potential of the predator Teretriosoma nigrescens Lewis (Coleoptera: Histeridae) for the control of Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) on dried cassava chips and cassava wood. Journal of Stored Products Research 32(1): 91-96

The potential of three new sugarcane varieties released for use in the south-east lowveld of Zimbabwe. Proceedings of the Annual Congress South African Sugar Technologists' Association ( 70): 111-113

The potential of triploids in cassava improvement. Cassava Newsletter 19(2): 6-7

The potential of upgraded perennial pastures to reduce groundwater recharge in Southern Victoria. Proceedings of the 8th Australian Agronomy Conference, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia, 30 January 2 February, 1996: 148-151

The potential of wide hybridization in wheat improvement. Annals of Biology (Ludhiana) 11(1-2): 1-15

The potential polyphenolic for the differentiation of the clones from the Palomino Fino variety. Acta Horticulturae ( 388): 155-159

The potential productivity and measures for the development of the livestock industry in agricultural regions of China. Research of Agricultural Modernization 16(3): 171-174

The potential risk of contracting toxocariasis in Heliopolis district, Cairo, Egypt. Journal of the Egyptian Society of Parasitology 27(1): 197-203

The potential risk of water and wind erosion on the soils of the Czech republic. Scientia Agriculturae Bohemica 26(2): 105-118

The potential role of NGOs in promoting conservation and use of bambara groundnut. Bambara groundnut: Vigna subterranea L Verdc Proceedings of a Workshop on Conservation and Improvement of Bambara Groundnut, Harare, Zimbabwe, 14-16 November 1995: 138-142

The potential role of bioethanol. Trials in the Czech Republic on fermenting sugar beet thick juice. International Sugar Journal Beet Sugar Edition 98(1173): 448-452

The potential role of dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry in the assessment of body composition in cirrhotic patients. Nutrition 13(1): 40-45

The potential role of interleukin-12 in the host response to infection. Chemistry and Industry London ( 24): 982-985

The potential role of large herbivores in nature conservation and extensive land use in Europe. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 56(SUPPL A): 11-23

The potential role of lycopene for human health. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 16(2): 109-126

The potential role of peatland dynamics in ice-age initiation. Quaternary Research (Orlando) 45(1): 89-92

The potential role of phoresy in the evolution of parasitism: radiolabelling (tritium) evidence from an astigmatid mite. Experimental and Applied Acarology 19(12): 677-694

The potential sensitivity of tropical plants to increased ultraviolet-B radiation. Journal of Plant Physiology 148(1-2): 35-41

The potential spread of terrestrial planarians Artioposthia triangulata and Australoplana sanguinea var. alba to continental Europe. Annals of Applied Biology 127(2): 385-390

The potential supply and cost of biomass from energy crops in the Tennessee Valley Authority region. Biomass & Bioenergy 11(4): 283-303

The potential sustainable cut in the North of European Russia. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 4): 36-38

The potential use of Gracilaria sp. meal in diets for juvenile Penaeus monodon Fabricius. Aquaculture Research 27(5): 345-354

The potential use of biological control of pests in stored grain. HGCA Research Review ( 36): 53 pp.

The potential use of composted waste materials for cuttings. The science of composting: part 2: 1285-1288

The potential use of global positioning satellite (GPS) technology in the mapping and management of potato cyst nematode populations. Aspects of Applied Biology ( 43): 125-128

The potential use of macroalgae for removal of nutrients from sewage water in East Africa. Ambio 24(7-8): 510-512

The potential use of plasma glutamate dehydrogenase activity for the evaluation of hepatic disease in the cockatiel (Nymphicus hollandicus). Veterinary Clinical Pathology 25(2): 43-47

The potential use of pollution insurance as environmental policy: an empirical analysis. Agrekon 36(2): 101-120

The potential use of sweet sorghum as a non-polluting source of energy. Energy Oxford 22(1): 17-19

The potential use of transgenic alfalfa as a bioreactor for the production of industrial enzymes. McKersie, B D [Editor], Brown, D C W [Editor] Biotechnology in Agriculture Series; Biotechnology and the improvement of forage legumes : 409-424