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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 4011

Chapter 4011 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Wind erosion in Europe. European Conference on Wind Erosion on Agricultural Land, Thetford, UK, 30 April-2 May 2001. Catena 52(3/4): 171-328

Wind facing control system of concentrated wind energy turbine. Transactions of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering 19(4): 274-277

Wind induced airflow patterns in a naturally ventilated barn. Swine housing Proceedings of the First International Conference, Des Moines, Iowa, USA, 9-11, October, 2000: 18-25

Wind induced isothermal airflow patterns in a scale model of a naturally ventilated swine barn with cathedral ceiling. Applied Engineering in Agriculture 18(1): 97-101

Wind initiation thresholds of the moistened sands. Geophysical Research Letters 29(12): 25.1-25.3

Wind measurements in a square plot enclosed by a shelter fence. Boundary Layer Meteorology 109(2): 191-224

Wind profile at forest and pasture sites in Amazonia. Acta Amazonica 31(4): 581-595

Wind protection for natural climate livestock housing. Landtechnik 57(2): 84-85

Wind speed prediction in a complex terrain. Environmetrics 12(6): 499-515

Wind stability analysis of urban trees. Acta Horticulturae (496): 279-287

Wind tunnel experiment on densities and widths of shelterbelt. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 84(2): 85-90

Wind tunnel observations about the shelter effect of porous fences on the sand particle movements. Atmospheric Environment 36(9): 1453-1463

Wind tunnel studies on spray deposition on leaves of tree species used for windbreaks and exposure of honey bees. Pest Management Science 59(3): 358-364

Wind tunnel study on aeolian saltation dynamics and mass flow. Journal of Arid Environments 53(4): 569-583, April

Wind tunnel study on oblique windscreens. Biosystems engineering 82(1): 87-95

Wind tunnel study on rough and smooth surface turbulent approach flow and on inclined windscreens. Biosystems engineering 86(2): 151-166

Wind tunnel technique in the study of insect chemical communication. Entomological Knowledge 38(4): 267-272

Wind-blown mosquitoes and introduction of Japanese encephalitis into Australia. Emerging Infectious Diseases 7(5): 900-903

Wind-dispersed nomadic diseases: conclusions for disease resistance. Czech Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 38(3/4): 150-152

Wind-dispersed pollen mediates postglacial gene flow among refugia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 99(22): 14590-4

Wind-splash erosion of bare peat on UK upland moorlands. Catena (Giessen) 52(3-4): 191-207

Windbreak research in a South Australian cropping system. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 42(6): 781-795

Windbreaks: an agroforestry practice. Agroforestry Notes (25): 4 pp.

Windowpane traps as a method of monitoring grasshopper (Orthoptera: Acrididae) populations in crops. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 76(1): 60-70

Windows into development: historic, current, and future perspectives on transgenic zebrafish. Developmental Biology 256(1): 1-17

Windows of opportunity: white-tailed deer and the dynamics of northern hardwood forests of the northeastern US. Journal for Nature Conservation 10(4): 213-220

Windrow composting of source separated kitchen biowastes in Finland. Waste Management and Research 18(2): 160-173

Windrow grazing and baled-hay feeding strategies for wintering calves. Journal of range management 55(1): 23-32

Windrow turner origins and fundamentals. BioCycle 42(8): 62, 64-65

Windstorm disturbance without patch dynamics: twelve years of change in a Minnesota forest. Ecology 82(3): 893-897

Windsucking in the horse: results after surgical treatment: a retrospective study (1990-2000). Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift 71(4): 249-255

Windsurfing injuries: results of a paper- and Internet-based survey. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 10(4): 218-225

Windthrow after shelterwood cutting in balsam fir stands. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 20(1): 5-13

Windthrow and wind breakage in Norway spruce stands. Forstarchiv 74(5): 166-170

Windthrow-induced changes in faunistic biodiversity in alpine spruce forests. Forest Snow and Landscape Research 77(1-2): 117-131

Windward windbreak effects on airflow in and around a scale model of a naturally ventilated pig barn. Transactions of the ASAE 46(3): 789-795

Wine & food events: a golden opportunity to learn more about wine consumers. Australian and New Zealand Wine Industry Journal 17(3): 92-99

Wine and cardiovascular disease: a European project. Bulletin de l' OIV 74(847/848): 644-660

Wine and health. South African Journal of Science 97(7/8): 279-282

Wine and resveratrol: mechanisms of cancer prevention?. European Journal of Cancer Prevention 12(5): 417-425

Wine and tourism: new perspectives for vineyard areas in Emilia-Romagna. Cahiers d' Economie et Sociologie Rurales (62): 97-117

Wine attributes and consumption occasions: an investigation of consumer perceptions. Australian and New Zealand Wine Industry Journal 16(6): 109-114

Wine consumers moved to higher price points in 2001. Australian and New Zealand Wine Industry Journal 17(1): 37, 39

Wine consumption and vascular risk: a meta-analysis. Bulletin de l' OIV 74(849/850): 782-797

Wine consumption: how has it changed?. Australian and New Zealand Wine Industry Journal 17(2): 50-52

Wine days at Wadenswil. Obst und Weinbau 139(4): 6-10

Wine distribution - a metropolitan jungle. Vignevini 30(4): 111-134

Wine drinking and risks of cardiovascular complications after recent acute myocardial infarction. Circulation 106(12): 1465-1469

Wine expertise: current theories and findings regarding its nature and bases. Food Australia 55(5): 193-196

Wine flavor enhancement through the use of exogenous fungal glycosidases. Enzyme and Microbial Technology 33(5): 581-587

Wine grape production and marketing risks in Washington. Small Fruits Review 1(2): 3-17

Wine grapes: a survey of producers in the Mudgee and Riverland regions 2001-02. ABARE EReport (03.20): 26 pp.

Wine market prices and investment under uncertainty: an econometric model for Bordeaux Crus Classes. Agricultural Economics 26(2): 115-133

Wine markets, not marketing. Australian and New Zealand Wine Industry Journal 17(2): 75-76

Wine on the web - rapid appraisal of web sites by wineries and wine merchants from Australia, California, and Germany. E commerce and electronic markets in agribusiness and supply chains Proceedings of the 75th Seminar of the European Association of Agricultural Economists EAAE Bonn, Germany, 14-16 February, 2001: 179-189

Wine phenolic antioxidants inhibit AP-1 transcriptional activity. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 49(11): 5646-5652

Wine polyphenols decrease blood pressure, improve NO vasodilatation, and induce gene expression. Hypertension 38(2): 159-165

Wine produced by organic grapes in Greece: using means-end chains analysis to reveal organic buyers' purchasing motives in comparison to the non-buyers. Food Quality and Preference 14(7): 549-566

Wine sector regulation at the periphery of Europe: the case of Portugal. Cahiers d' Economie et Sociologie Rurales (60/61): 181-204

Wine stimulates gastric acid secretion in isolated rabbit gastric glands via two different pathways. Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics 16(Supplement 2): 107-114

Wine tartaric stabilization by electrodialysis and its assessment by the saturation temperature. Journal of food engineering 59(2-3): 229-235

Wine vinegar: technology, authenticity and quality evaluation. Trends in Food Science and Technology 13(1): 12-21

Wine vinegar: volatile compounds. Alimentacion, Equipos y Tecnologia 21(166): 73-78

Wine volatiles composition in the sensory evaluation of bouquet and flavour of two vine cultivars. Zahradnictvi Horticultural Science 29(1): 4-11

Wine, liquor, beer, and mortality. American Journal of Epidemiology 158(6): 585-595

Wine-making of white wines. Soil and the aromatic potential of Sauvignon blanc: recent acquisitions. Progres Agricole et Viticole 120(3): 63-68

Winegrape cultivar and clone identification via microsatellites. Riconoscimento e rispondenza genetica delle piante da frutto con tecniche di "fingerprinting" Atti del Convegno Agro bio frut, Cesena, Italy, 9 Maggio 1997: 55-63

Winemaking and refining of Pinot gris related to tradition and innovations. Informatore Agrario Supplemento 57(41): 31-38

Winemaking from Gaglioppo grapes with hybrid strains of Saccharomyces. Folia Microbiologica 47(4): 407-408

Winery wastewater - scourge or opportunity?. Australian and New Zealand Wine Industry Journal 18(1): 80-85

Wing arthritis in pigeons caused by Salmonella typhimurium var. Copenhagen. Veterinaria Argentina 20(199): 665-670

Wing disc development in the fly: the early stages. Current Opinion in Genetics and Development 11(4): 470-475

Wing folding and the functional morphology of the wing base in Coleoptera. Zoology 104(2): 123-141

Wing geometry as a tool for studying the Lutzomyia longipalpis (Diptera: Psychodidae) complex. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 96(8): 1089-1094

Wing geometry in Triatoma infestans (Klug) and T. melanosoma Martinez, Olmedo & Carcavallo (Hemiptera: Reduviidae). Systematic Entomology 28(2): 173-179

Wing morph-related differences in the walking pattern and dispersal in a flightless bug, Pyrrhocoris apterus (Heteroptera). Oikos 100(1): 35-42

Wing morphology in the flower of some American species of Crotalaria (Fabaceae: Papilionoideae). Beitrage zur Biologie der Pflanzen 2002; 72(2): 155-160

Wing pattern variation in the anise swallowtail, Papilio zelicaon (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 96(1): 73-80

Wing resonances in the Australian field cricket Teleogryllus oceanicus. Journal of Experimental Biology 206(Pt 9): 1479-1496

Wing shape and wing size changes as indicators of environmental stress in Helicoverpa punctigera (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) moths: comparing shifts in means, variances, and asymmetries. Environmental Entomology 31(6): 965-971

Wing shape divergence between Rhodnius prolixus from Cojedes (Venezuela) and Rhodnius robustus from Merida (Venezuela). Infection, Genetics and Evolution 2(2): 121-128

Wings of male scale insects (Coccoidea). Bollettino di Zoologia Agraria e di Bachicoltura 33(3): 67-72

Winner take all in the NFL: the effect of the salary cap and free agency on the compensation of skill position players. Journal of Sports Economics 2(3): 244-256

Winners and losers in Russian agrarian reform. Journal of Peasant Studies 30(1): 1-29

Winners' club - success stories from public golf course renovations. Parks and Recreation Ashburn 38(6): 38-41, 43

Winning recipe for compost. BioCycle 42(8): 32-33

Winning ways: constructing values on a girls high school field hockey team. Journal of Sport and Social Issues 25(4): 417-429

Winter Damselfly (Sympecma fusca) spreading north in Sweden?. Entomologisk Tidskrift 122(4): 173-176

Winter abundance of and habitat use by Henslow's Sparrows in Louisiana. Wilson Bulletin 114(2): 221-226

Winter activity of Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) and the operation of deer-targeted tick control devices in Maryland. Journal of Medical Entomology 40(2): 238-244

Winter activity of mammals in riparian zones and adjacent forests prior to and following clear-cutting at Copper Lake, Newfoundland, Canada. Forest Ecology and Management15: 163-171

Winter and early spring microclimate within a mid-elevation conifer forest canopy. Agricultural & Forest Meteorology 115(3-4): 195-200, 30 March

Winter and spring changes in condition factor and energy reserves of wild cod compared with changes observed during food-deprivation in the laboratory. ICES Journal of: 780-786

Winter animal production in Tanzaniagrass deferred in the autumn and managed in different sward heights. Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia 31(4): 1624-1633

Winter annual cover crops in a no-till cotton production system in Virginia. Acta Horticulturae (504): 99-105

Winter annual weed control with fall-applied corn (Zea mays) herbicides. Weed Technology 17(3): 516-520

Winter at the alpine timberline. Why does embolism occur in norway spruce but not in stone pine?. Plant Physiology 131(2): 780-792

Winter bird feeding and localized predation on simulated bark-dwelling arthropods. Wildlife Society Bulletin 31(2): 510-516

Winter bird numbers and land-use preferences in an arable landscape in eastern England. Bird Conservation International 9(2): 119-127

Winter browsing on Alaska feltleaf willow twigs improves leaf nutritional value for snowshoe hares in summer. Oikos 102(1): 25-32

Winter bud content according to position in 3-year-old branching systems of 'Granny Smith' apple. Annals of Botany 92(4): 581-588

Winter cereals: impediments and possibilities for the State of Sao Paulo. Informacoes Economicas Instituto de Economia Agricola 31(5): 55-57

Winter chemical leaching from deciduous tree branches as a function of branch inclination angle in central Massachusetts. Hydrological Processes 16(14): 2867-2879

Winter control of pine processionary caterpillar. Phytoma (540): 32-35

Winter cover crops and corn biomass production and decomposition, under different nitrogen fertilization managements. Ciencia Rural 32(1): 49-54

Winter crop variety experiments 2001. Winter crop variety experiments 2001: x + 244 pp.

Winter crop variety sowing guide 2003. Winter crop variety sowing guide 2003: 80 pp.

Winter crop, tillage, and planting date effects on double-crop cotton. Agronomy Journal 94(2): 273-280

Winter embolism, mechanisms of xylem hydraulic conductivity recovery and springtime growth patterns in walnut and peach trees. Tree Physiology 22(17): 1211-1220

Winter ephemeral vegetation and seed banks of four north-facing slopes in the Sonoran Desert. Madrono 50(1): 45-52

Winter feeding behaviour of Ceratophysella sigillata (Collembola: Hypogastruridae) and the significance of eversible vesicles for resource utilisation. Pedobiologia 46(3/4): 404-413

Winter feeding of sheep and goats. Range of feeds. Forum Kleinwiederkauer/Petits Ruminants (10): 6-13

Winter feeding tree choice in Sichuan snub-nosed monkeys (Rhinopithecus roxellanae) in Shennongjia Nature Reserve, China. International Journal of Primatology 23(3): 657-675

Winter flocking of insectivorous birds in montane pine-oak forests in Middle America. Condor 102(3): 664-672

Winter fluxes of greenhouse gases from snow-covered agricultural soil: intra-annual and interannual variations. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 14(1): 113-125

Winter food caches of beavers Castor fiber in NE Poland. Acta Theriologica 47(4): 471-478

Winter frost damages in pear cultivars after the extreme winter 1996/97. Erwerbsobstbau 45(4): 105-116

Winter grafts with AP (apple proliferation) infected scions and water-thermotherapy trials. Atti, Giornate fitopatologiche, Baselga di Pine, Trento, Italy, 7-11 aprile 2002, Volume 2: 619-622

Winter habitat and travel route selection by wolves in the northern Apennines, Italy. Ecography il; 26(2): 223-235

Winter habitat associations of grey partridge Perdix perdix in Scotland, 1997-9. Aspects of Applied Biology (67): 171-178

Winter habitat associations of seed-eating passerines on Scottish farmland: extensive surveys highlighted the importance of weedy fodder brassicas, stubbles and open farmland landscapes to declining birds. Bird Study 50(2): 116-130

Winter habitat selection and food choice of the capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus) in the French Pyrenees. Game and Wildlife Science 19(4): 261-280

Winter habitat selection by a montane forest bird assemblage: the effects of solar radiation. Canadian Journal of Zoology 79(2): 279-284

Winter habitat selection by two sympatric forest grouse in western Switzerland: implications for conservation. Biological Conservation 112(3): 373-382

Winter half-year temperature reconstruction for the middle and lower reaches of the Yellow River and Yangtze River, China, during the past 2000 years. Holocene 13(6): 933-940

Winter hardiness of 23 raspberry cultivars at the Polli Horticultural Institute. Sodininkyste ir Darzininkyste 22(2): 57-64

Winter hardiness of half-high blueberry varieties 'northblue' and 'northcountry'. Transactions of the Estonian Agricultural University, Agronomy ( 203): 162-164

Winter hardiness of micropropagated and conventionally propagated strawberry plants. Journal of Horticultural Science and Biotechnology 76(6): 685-690

Winter hardiness of oilseed rape. Revue Suisse d' Agriculture 34(5): 205-210

Winter hardiness of the cherry plum hybrid cultivars at Polli. Transactions of the Estonian Agricultural University, Agronomy ( 208): 42-45

Winter hardiness of wheat in Aomori prefecture. I. Cultivarietal and locational differences in freezing tolerance. Tohoku Journal of Crop Science (45): 63-65

Winter hardiness of wheat in Aomori prefecture. II. Cultivarietal and locational differences in resistance to snow mold. Tohoku Journal of Crop Science (45): 67-69

Winter herbivory by voles during a population peak: the importance of plant quality. Ecography 25(1): 74-80

Winter hunting habitat of pumas Puma concolor in northwestern Utah and southern Idaho, USA. Wildlife Biology e; 9(2): 123-129

Winter injury index and lethal low temperature for introduced American almond in Lanzhou, China. Acta Horticulturae Sinica 29(1): 63-65

Winter intervention against Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) larvae in subterranean habitats slows surface recolonization in summer. Journal of Medical Entomology 39(2): 356-361

Winter maize: simulation of estimated productivity in Dourados, MS. Documentos Embrapa Agropecuaria Oeste (28): 20 pp.

Winter maize: simulation of estimation of productivity in Lucas do Rio Verde, Mato Grosso. Documentos Embrapa Agropecuaria Oeste (27): 21 pp.

Winter mortality and Nosema apis Z. The diagnostic value of nosema spore counts - a clinical approach. Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie Skodowska Sectio DD, Medicina Veterinaria 58: 199-203

Winter mortality in sub-corticolous populations of Ips typographus (Coleoptera, Scolytidae) and its parasitoids in the south-eastern Alps. Anzeiger fur Schadlingskunde 75(3): 62-68

Winter movements and activity of signal crayfish Pacifastacus leniusculus in an upland river, determined by radio telemetry. Hydrobiologia1: 111-119

Winter nitrate leaching losses from three land uses in the Pukekohe area of New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 46(3): 215-224

Winter nitrogen fertilization in low-land native pasture area in Rio Grande do Sul: effects on spring forage growth. Revista Brasileira de Agrociencia 6(3): 232-238

Winter production of strawberries in Norway. Acta Horticulturae (567(Vol.2)): 577-579

Winter protection of aromatic plants in mountain areas. Revue Suisse de Viticulture, Arboriculture et Horticulture 34(6): 365-372

Winter pruning affects yield components of 'Black Satin' eastern thornless blackberry. HortScience 37(1): 101-103

Winter pruning of apple plantations. SAD, Revija za Sadjarstvo, Vinogradnistvo in Vinarstvo 13(1): 3-5

Winter pruning of peach trees. SAD, Revija za Sadjarstvo, Vinogradnistvo in Vinarstvo 13(1): 6-7

Winter quality of tall fescue turf: effects of renovation technique and nitrogen fertilisation. Italian Journal of Agronomy 6(2): 97-101

Winter rape and sugar beet nematode, Heterodera schachtii. Progress in Plant Protection 41(1): 193-195

Winter rye Aventino. Czech Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 38(2): 92-93

Winter season adaptation features in sorghum. International Sorghum and Millets Newsletter 43: 45-46

Winter season soybean seed yield and physiological quality. Scientia Agricola 59(1): 79-86

Winter shoot bending effects on light penetration: impact on flowering and fruiting of Le Conte pear trees in relation to starch/ammonia. Bulletin of Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University 54(4): 617-636

Winter site fidelity of Nearctic migrants in shade coffee plantations of different sizes in the Dominican Republic. Auk 117(3): 596-614

Winter site fidelity of Prairie Warblers in the Dominican Republic. Condor ust; 103(3): 455-468

Winter snow anomaly and atmospheric circulation in Mongolia. International Journal of Climatology 23(13): 1627-1636

Winter soil temperature (2-15 degrees C) effects on nitrogen transformations in clover green manure amended or unamended soils; a laboratory and field study. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 34(10): 1401-1415

Winter sport tourism. Sport and adventure tourism: 89-123

Winter sports in North America. Travel and Tourism Analyst (6): 45-62

Winter sports in school - but not without inline skating, please!. Sportunterricht 52(2): 1-9

Winter state of community as phase of annual cycle in development of invertebrates in the White Sea littoral. Uspekhi Sovremennoi Biologii 122(3): 222-226

Winter stemflow leaching of nutrient-ions from deciduous canopy trees in relation to meteorological conditions. Agricultural & Forest Meteorology 117(1-2): 39-51, 30 June

Winter streamflow variability, Yukon Territory, Canada. Hydrological Processes 16(4): 763-778

Winter streamflow, ground temperature and active-layer thickness in Northeast China. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 14(1): 11-18

Winter survival in Sweden of L3-stage larvae of the ostrich wireworm Libyostrongylus douglassii. Veterinary Parasitology30: 69-74

Winter survival in switchgrass populations bred for high IVDMD. Crop science 42(6): 1857-1862

Winter survival of late emerging purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) seedlings. Weed Science 51(4): 565-568

Winter survival of strawberry as affected by the type of planting material. Acta Horticulturae (567(Vol.1)): 329-332

Winter to summer monsoon variation of aerosol optical depth over the tropical Indian Ocean. Journal of Geophysical Research 107(D16): AAC 2/1-AAC 2/13

Winter tourism, development of mountainous areas and visitors' attitudes towards landscape protection. Anatolia 12(2): 153-164

Winter tourist segments in Austria: identifying stable vacation styles using bagged clustering techniques. Journal of Travel Research 41(3): 281-292

Winter triticale cv. Satellite (2n=6x=42) - an original variety with solid stem resistant to Cephus pygmeus L. Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science 9(3): 329-334

Winter two-rowed malting barley variety Aster. Rasteniev"dni Nauki 37(10): 924-926

Winter use of wild bird cover crops by passerines on farmland in northeast England: declining farmland species were more abundant in these crops which can be matched to the birds' requirements. Bird Study 50(1): 15-21

Winter water relations of New England conifers and factors influencing their upper elevational limits. I. Measurements. Tree Physiology 22(11): 793-800

Winter water relations of New England conifers and factors influencing their upper elevational limits. II. Modeling. Tree Physiology 22(11): 801-806

Winter weathering effects on corn grown for grazing in a short-season area. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 83(2): 333-341

Winter weathering influences on percent soybean residue cover. Applied engineering in agriculture 17(2): 159-164

Winter wheat Banquet. Czech Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 38(3/4): 137-138

Winter wheat Meritto. Czech Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 39(3): 97-98

Winter wheat Mladka. Czech Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 38(2): 88-89

Winter wheat Rheia. Czech Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 38(2): 90-91

Winter wheat Sulamit. Czech Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 37(2): 69-70

Winter wheat Svitava. Czech Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 38(2): 87-88

Winter wheat and triticale management practices and grain debranning for ethanol production. Zemedelske Informace (5): 41 pp.

Winter wheat breeding in Croatia 1904-1998 with special reference to the variety SIRBAN PROLIFIK and wheat production. Agronomski Glasnik 62(5/6): 281-296

Winter wheat crop in the area polluted by bituminous mass factories. Journal of Plant Protection Research 40(3/4): 215-218

Winter wheat fall-winter forage yield and grain yield response to planting date in a dual-purpose system. Agricultural Systems 63(3): 161-173

Winter wheat in England and Wales, 1923-1995: what do indices of genetic diversity reveal?. Plant Genetic Resources: Characterization and Utilization 1(1): 43-57

Winter wheat productivity and grain quality in Latvian agro-climatical conditions. Zemdirbyste, Mokslo Darbai 78: 35-41

Winter wheat protection against diseases and pests in conventional programme of crop protection and in integrated pest management. Plant Protection Science 38(Special 1): 221-226

Winter wheat rots in the Krasnodar region. Zashchita i Karantin Rastenii (9): 14

Winter wheat water stress detection based on canopy surface temperature. Transactions of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering 18(6): 13-17

Winter wheat-soybean relay intercropping system. Sarhad Journal of Agriculture 17(3): 301-305

Winter-annual pasture as a supplement for beef cows. Journal of Animal Science 80(5): 1157-1165

Winter-drought induced embolism in Norway spruce (Picea abies) at the Alpine timberline. Physiologia Plantarum 115(1): 74-80

Winterbottom's sign and hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Scandinavian Journal of Infectious Diseases 34(7): 544-545

Winterhardiness of North American and European Medicago sativa L. varieties. Breeding for stress tolerance in fodder crops and amenity grasses Proceedings of the 23rd Meeting of the Fodder Crops and Amenity Grasses Section of EUCARPIA, Azores, Portugal, 1-4 October 2000: 167-172

Winterhardiness of different forms of alfalfa in dependence on carbohydrate content in root neck. akarstwo w Polsce Grassland Science in Poland (4): 37-41

Winterhardiness of strawberry cultivars at Polli. Transactions of the Estonian Agricultural University, Agronomy ( 203): 102-105

Wintering period of fruit trees from the point of view of climate warming in Slovakia. Acta Horticulturae et Regiotecturae 6(1): 12-15

Wintering systems for weaners in Otago and Southland. Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production 63: 229-232

Wintertime vitamin D deficiency in male adolescents: effect on parathyroid function and response to vitamin D3 supplements. Osteoporosis International 12(10): 875-879

Wintree: a computer program for calculating chill and anthesis units used in modelling fruit tree phenology. Acta Horticulturae (499): 245-250

Wipe test for the detection of indoor allergens. Allergy Copenhagen 57(2): 143-145

Wire-bottom versus solid-bottom rodent caging issues important to scientists and laboratory animal science specialists. Contemporary Topics in Laboratory Animal Science 40(6): 11-14

Wiregrass tubeling response to postplant herbicides. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 18(3): 175-178

Wireworm (Coleoptera: Elateridae) effects on sugarcane emergence after short-duration flood applied at planting. Journal of Entomological Science 38(3): 449-456

Wireworm (Coleoptera: Elateridae) identity, monitoring and damage in sugarcane. Australian Journal of Entomology 42(3): 298-303

Wireworm - how the larvae attack: plant-eating strategies of Agriotes larvae (beetles and wireworms) on corn seedlings. Phytoma (557): 41-42, 44-45

Wireworms control by seeds treatment in Romania. Probleme de Protectia Plantelor 29(1): 41-55

Wiring a medical school and teaching hospital for telemedicine. International Journal of Medical Informatics 61(2/3): 235-240

Wisconsin Cydnidae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera). Great Lakes Entomologist 33(2): 161-164

Wisconsin private timberland owners: 1997. Research Paper North Central Research Station, USDA Forest Service (NC-339): iv + 85 pp.

Wisconsin timber industry - an assessment of timber product output and use, 1996. Resource Bulletin North Central Research Station, USDA Forest Service (NC-201): 85 pp.

Wisconsin's Master Woodland Steward program: teaching sustainability and reaching out to others. Forest Research Information Paper Ontario Forest Research Institute (155): 31-33

Wiseana copularis larvae (Hepialidae: Lepidoptera): laboratory rearing procedures and effect of temperature on survival. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 45(1): 71-75

Wishing on a spa. Leisure Management 23(7): 46-49

Wisley trial reports awards to plants 2001-2002 and report of the annual general meeting. Wisley trial reports awards to plants 2001-2002 and report of the annual general meeting: 196 pp.

Wistar rats allowed to self-select macronutrients from weaning to maturity choose a high-protein, high-lipid diet. Physiology and Behavior 76(1): 65-73

Witches' Broom of Alepo pine (Pinus halepensis Mill.) and its use for new ornamentals. Acta Horticulturae (572): 199-205

Witches' broom disease of cupuassu in the south of Bahia. Agrotropica 11(3): 177-182

Witches' broom in apples. Informatore Agrario 58(38): 47-48

Witches' broom of patchouli - a new phytoplasma disease. Indian Phytopathology 55(4): 505-506

With Abruzzi region Outline of changes of expenditure during the first phase of fulfilment of the rural development plan. Inserto Bollettino INEA 16(2/3): 1-8

With bacon one catches not only mice: non-invasive treatment of cutaneous myiasis. Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 127(6): 266-268

With care and within a given time. Belorusskoe Sel' skoe Khozyaistvo (8): 2-10

With integrated plant protection into the next millenium. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection 33(4): 299-327

With recent changes in environmental factors among Africans in South Africa, how have cancer occurrences been affected?. Journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health 122(3): 148-155

With regard to current supply of PC-based calculation programs for nutritive values for professional use. Ernahrungs Umschau 47(5): B17-B19

With the computer against erosion. Simulation models help with decision making and cost reduction. Mais 30(3): 104-106

With the help of genetic engineering. Zashchita i Karantin Rastenii (4): 16-17

With the help of one's neighbors: externalities in the production of nutrition in Peru. Policy Research Working Paper World Bank (2627): 19 pp.

With the help of one's neighbors: externalities in the production of nutrition in Peru. Social Science and Medicine 56(10): 2019-2031

Withania somnifera root extract prevents DMBA-induced squamous cell carcinoma of skin in Swiss albino mice. Nutrition and Cancer 42(1): 91-97

Withanolide derivatives from the roots of Withania somnifera and their neurite outgrowth activities. Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin 50(6): 760-765

Withdrawal and bending performance of dowel joints in furniture-grade pine plywood. Forest Products Journal 53(7/8): 41-49

Withdrawal and bending strength of dowel joints constructed of plywood and oriented strandboard. Forest products journal 52(9): 66-74

Withdrawal and bending strength of dowel-nuts in plywood and oriented strandboard. Forest Products Journal 53(6): 54-57

Withdrawal from competitive youth sport: a retrospective ten-year study. Journal of Sport Behavior 25(2): 145-163

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Wood biodeterioration control potential of Acalypha hispida leaf phenolic extract in combination with Trichoderma viride culture filtrate. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 17(6): 561-565

Wood cell wall degradation of Betula papyrifera by Lentinula edodes. Reports of the Tottori Mycological Institute (40): 1-10

Wood characteristics of Liquidambar styraciflua. Circular Tecnica Embrapa Florestas (49): 4 pp.

Wood characteristics of Populus deltoides as affected by high density plantation. Indian Forester 127(2): 255-256

Wood chemistry - for a better understanding of the biomaterial. Lignovisionen 2: 29-36

Wood chip mill harvest volume and area impacts in North Carolina. Forest products journal 52(11-12): 29-37

Wood chips as a soil cover for construction sites with steep slopes. Applied Engineering in Agriculture 18(6): 679-683

Wood color control during kiln-drying. Forest products journal 52(2): 30-37

Wood combustion - alternative to fossil energy resources. Lignovisionen 2: 95-103

Wood crack and fracture after wood drying. China Wood Industry 16(2): 26-28

Wood decay assessment on lignicolous fungi. Journal of Tropical Forest Products 7(1): 74-81

Wood decay in urban trees. Sherwood Foreste ed Alberi Oggi 8(4): 25-28

Wood decay rate by Psiloteredo healdi (Bivalvia: Teredinidae) in Lake Maracaibo, Venezuela. Revista de Biologia Tropical 48(1): 153-158

Wood decomposition rates of Reticulitermes flaviceps (Oshima) and Nasutitermes parvonasutus (Shiraki). Taiwan Journal of Forest Science 18(3): 183-190

Wood degradation of six arboreal species inserted perpendicularly in the ground caused by Scolytidae (Coleoptera). Neotropical Entomology 31(3): 351-357

Wood density and fiber length in young Populus stems: relation to clone, age, growth rate, and pruning. Wood and Fiber Science 34(4): 529-539

Wood density and hydraulic properties of ponderosa pine from the Willamette Valley vs. the Cascade Mountains. Wood and Fiber Science 35(2): 217-233

Wood density and internal checking of young Eucalyptus nitens in New Zealand as affected by site and height up the tree. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 32(3): 357-385

Wood density characterization in plantation grown Pinus caribaea (Morelet) and its relationship with tree age. Nigerian Journal of Forestry 30(1/2): 66-70

Wood density determination by X- and gamma-ray tomography. Holzforschung 56(5): 535-540

Wood density of Tectona grandis at two plantation spacings in Costa Rica. Journal of Tropical Forest Products 9(1/2): 153-161

Wood density variation in 10 mature Pinus radiata clones. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 32(1): 48-69

Wood density, chemical composition and fiber content of Cordia trichotoma (Vell) Johns. wood. Revista de Ciencia y Tecnologia 2(2): 38-43

Wood discoloration. China Wood Industry 16(2): 5-8

Wood disinfection. Zashchita i Karantin Rastenii (5): 37-38

Wood drying flexible controlling system. Journal of Northeast Forestry University 29(6): 42-45

Wood drying shrinkages of Betula platyphylla five provenances. Journal of Beijing Forestry University 23(4): 87-89

Wood drying. Solar kilns for drying timber. Wood Processing Newsletter (32): 4-5

Wood drying. Within-ring internal checking. Wood Processing Newsletter (32): 1-3

Wood dust in industry. Les Ljubljana 55(1/2): 6-12

Wood energy. Unasylva English ed 53(211): 50 pp.

Wood energy and greenhouse gases - PUUT22. VTT Symposium (221): 269-277

Wood energy and livelihood patterns: a case study from the Philippines. Unasylva English ed 53(211): 13-18

Wood energy data and planning. Wood Energy News 16(2): 48 pp.

Wood energy economics. Unasylva English ed 53(211): 23-27

Wood energy harvesting conditions and their improving possibilities in first thinnings - PUUT04. VTT Symposium (216): 77-93

Wood energy in Finland. Forest Research Bulletin (223): 126-135

Wood energy in the Nordic countries. EFI Proceedings (39): 7-19

Wood energy terminology, information, statistics and standards. Unasylva English ed 53(211): 10-11

Wood energy, carbon sinks and global climate change. Unasylva English ed 53(211): 22

Wood energy: the way ahead. Unasylva English ed 53(211): 3-12

Wood enterprises and technological survey: we can do better. CTBA Info (93): 40-42

Wood essential oils of Juniperus foetidissima Willd. Holzforschung 57(2): 140-144

Wood evaluation of Hevea brasiliensis clones by technological characterization. Brasil Florestal 20(70): 61-68

Wood formation in trees. Plant Physiology 127(4): 1513-1523

Wood formation in trees: cell and molecular biology techniques. Wood formation in trees: cell and molecular biology techniques: xx + 364 pp.

Wood fuel chips production based on comminution at the heat and power plant - PUUY02. VTT Symposium (216): 137-152

Wood fuel or carbon sink? Aspects of forestry in the climate question. Environmental and Resource Economics 23(4): 447-465

Wood fuel resources from Danish forests prognosis 2002. DST Dansk Skovbrugs Tidsskrift 88(1): 1-72

Wood fuel supply as a function of forest owner preferences and management styles. Biomass & Bioenergy 22(4): 237-249

Wood fuel: the Swedish experience. Scottish Forestry 56(3): 163-164

Wood harvesting technologies in regional forest management plans for the period from 2001 to 2010. Obmocni gozdnogospodarski nacrti in razvojne perspektive slovenskega gozdarstva: zbornik referatov XXI gozdarski studijski dnevi, 27-28 marec 2003: 153-165

Wood identification of Japanese Cyclobalanopsis species (Fagaceae) based on DNA polymorphism of the intergenic spacer between trnT and trnL 5' exon. Journal of Wood Science 47(2): 81-86

Wood in construction industry: current trends. International conference proceedings, Zagreb, Croatia, 11th April 2003. Wood in construction industry: current trends International conference proceedings, Zagreb, Croatia, 11th April 2003: vii + 84 pp.

Wood in construction industry: prospectives of reconstruction. International conference proceedings, Zagreb, Croatia, 19th April 2002. Wood in construction industry: prospectives of reconstruction International conference proceedings, Zagreb, Croatia, 19th April 2002: 104 pp.

Wood in contact with food: scientific knowledge faces the demands of regulation. CTBA Info ( 89): 12-16

Wood in the interior office environment: effects on interpersonal perception. Forest Products Journal 52(9): 23-30

Wood industry and forestry development by strides. China Wood Industry 17(1): 1-4

Wood industry and sustainable development in China. China Wood Industry 17(1): 8-10

Wood industry as a source of air pollution. Drvna Industrija 53(2): 83-92

Wood innovation in the residential construction sector; opportunities and constraints. Resources, Conservation and Recycling 34(1): 53-74

Wood made decontaminable of chemical warfare agents after sunlight weathering or abrasion. Journal of wood chemistry and technology1(3): 263-283

Wood material use in the U.S. cabinet industry 1999 to 2001. Forest Products Journal 53(1): 25-31

Wood materials used as a means to reduce greenhouse gases (GHGs): an examination of wooden utility poles. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 7(2): 191-200

Wood microscopical techniques. Wood formation in trees: cell and molecular biology techniques: 17-40

Wood modification - a promising method for wood preservation. Drvna Industrija 52(2): 71-76

Wood moisture content: how to measure it before processing. Informations Foret, Afocel ( 618): 6 pp.

Wood natural resistance of Corymbia maculata (Hook.) K.D.Hill & L.A.S Johnson to wood destroying fungi and termites, under laboratory tests. Revista Arvore 26(6): 761-767

Wood of some poplar and willow clones as raw material for kraft pulp production. Wood Research Drevarsky Vyskum 46(4): 1-8

Wood polymer composites from acrylic monomers. Journal of the Timber Development Association of India 49(1/2): 17-25, 2

Wood preservation technology to lengthen its service life. Buletin Penelitian dan Pengembangan Kehutanan 1(2): 159-172

Wood preservation. Brush on 'preservatives' - do they prevent timber deterioration?. Wood Processing Newsletter (32): 2-4

Wood preservatives. The biocides business: regulation, safety and applications: 197-224

Wood prices of species in the region of five national forests in Amazonia. Precos da madeira em pe em polos madeireiros proximos de cinco florestas nacionais da Amazonia: 29 pp.

Wood procurement policy: an analysis of critical issues and stakeholders. Forestry Chronicle 77(2): 325-340

Wood product markets as incentives for farmer tree growing. Farms, trees and farmers: responses to agricultural intensification: 198-241

Wood product retailing and ecocertification. Revue Forestiere Francaise 53(6): 707-713

Wood production and ecology soundness. World Forestry Research 15(1): 29-35

Wood production in Sahelian villages. Advances in Geoecology ( 33): 275-286

Wood products production, trade and consumption: a profile of global patterns. World Forestry Research 13(5): 24-30

Wood products research for the 21st century in China. General Technical Report Pacific Northwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service (PNW-GTR-520): 16-20

Wood properties. Tropical Forestry Papers (39): 113-124

Wood properties and their variations within the tree stem of lesser-used species of tropical hardwood from Ghana. Wood and Fiber Science 33(2): 284-291

Wood properties and utilisation of Western Australian Goldfields timbers. Proceedings of 26th Forest Products Research Conference: Research developments and industrial applications and Wood Waste Forum, Clayton, Victoria, Australia, 19-21 June 2000: 62-64

Wood properties of Scots pines (Pinus sylvestris) grown at elevated temperature and carbon dioxide concentration. Tree Physiology 23(13): 889-897

Wood properties of Sterculia setigera growing in the savanna belt of Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Forestry 27(1/2): 10-14

Wood properties of clones of the genus Salix, utilized for programmes of genetic improvement for application in the paper industry. Revista Forestal Yvyrareta Pais de Arboles (10): 93-95

Wood properties of poplar from stand affected by acid rain. Chinese Forestry Science and Technology 1(3): 37-43

Wood properties of stone beech. Forst und Holz 58(8): 223-225

Wood properties of sugi clones selected from plus trees in Kanto Breeding Region. Bulletin of the Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Ibaraki (386): 31-41

Wood properties of young Eucalyptus nitens, E. globulus, and E. maidenii in Northland, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 32(3): 334-356

Wood properties variation among plus tree candidates of Acacia mangium. IAWA Journal 23(4): 479

Wood propionylation in the presence of catalysts. Wood and Fiber Science 33(2): 255-263

Wood protection against termite attack. Les Ljubljana 55(5): 139-144

Wood protection in Europe - tradition and future. A perspective on the future of wood preservation under the influences of increasing legislation and environmental considerations. International Conference: wood in construction industry tradition and future, Zagreb, Croatia, 25 April 2001: 1-17

Wood qualities of three couples of reciprocal cross families and one additional family in the cross-fertilized progeny test in the Fukand Mountain, Shikoku Branch Office, Kansai Regional Breeding Office, Forest Tree Breeding Center. Bulletin of the National Forest Tree Breeding Center (17): 163-175

Wood quality characteristics of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.). Dasike Ereuna 14: 63-72

Wood quality measurement - son et lumiere. New Zealand Journal of Forestry 47(3): 19-21

Wood quality of sugi (Cryptomeria japonica D. Don) grown at four stands with different planting density. IAWA Journal 23(4): 466

Wood quality ranking of plantation trees. Tappi Journal 83(12): 55

Wood quality variation among phenotypic groups of clones Eucalyptus urophylla S.T. Blake from Flores Island, Indonesia. Scientia Forestalis (60): 21-27

Wood quality. How external resin on radiata pine logs relates to clearwood quality and value. Wood Processing Newsletter (32): 1-5

Wood scarcity in the Sahel and the potential of solar cookers. GAIA (3): 208-214

Wood science and technology in the marketplace. Renewable Resources Journal 19(4): 9-12

Wood shaping measures of fast-growing Cunninghamia lanceolata. Journal of Zhejiang Forestry College 19(1): 9-11

Wood size and timing of moult in birds: potential consequences for plumage quality and bird survival. Ibis London 145(2): 337-340

Wood species effects on the characteristics of liquefied wood and the properties of polyurethane films prepared from the liquefied wood. Biomass and Bioenergy 21(5): 381-390

Wood specific gravity and aboveground biomass of Bombacopsis quinata plantations in Costa Rica. Forest Ecology and Management 165(1/3): 1-9

Wood specific gravity of Pinus ponderosa (Dougl. Ex Laws) growing in three localities of Argentina. Bosque 23(2): 99-104

Wood stiffness and bending strength in relation to density in four native provenances of Pinus radiata. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 31(1): 130-146

Wood structural houses in China: an analysis of advantages and disadvantages. China Wood Industry 16(5): 6-9

Wood structure of poplar from stand affected by acid rain. Journal of Nanjing Forestry University 25(3): 11-14

Wood supply. FAO Forestry Paper (140): 73-80

Wood technology for the future: challenges for research and training (1). Holzforschung und Holzverwertung 53(1): 12-14

Wood trade flows: an empirical analysis of Greek wood imports. Journal of Forest Economics 7(3): 225-243

Wood usage on office furniture. International conference: Wood future material in furniture design, Zagreb, Croatia, 19 Octoebr 2001: 79-87

Wood utilization in color stabilization of red wines: compositive and technological aspects. Industrie delle Bevande 32(186): 345-350, 356

Wood variability of Cordia thaisiana in the axial direction. Revista Forestal Venezolana 43(1): 33-41

Wood versus concrete and steel in house construction: a life cycle assessment. Journal of Forestry 100(8): 34-41

Wood volume and woody biomass. FAO Forestry Paper (140): 17-22

Wood volume estimation in three gallery forests. Brasil Florestal 20(70): 32-41

Wood waste in New South Wales: analysis, current projects and future directions. Proceedings of 26th Forest Products Research Conference: Research developments and industrial applications and Wood Waste Forum, Clayton, Victoria, Australia, 19-21 June 2000: 78-79

Wood waste study provides clues to recycling success. BioCycle 42(7): 68-72

Wood wasting in natural forest harvesting in the outer Java island and its possible solutions. Buletin Penelitian dan Pengembangan Kehutanan 2(1): 31-40

Wood, a sustainable source of energy: some economic evaluations. Genio Rurale 66(6): 3-6

Wood, an important part of Russia's fuel budget. Derevoobrabatyvayushchaya Promyshlennost' (4): 2-5

Wood, breeding, biotechnology and industrial expectations. Proceedings of the WBB conference, Bordeaux, France, 11-14 June 2001. Annals of Forest Science 59(5/6): 465-708

Wood-based panels and glues: technology and influencing factors. Holzwerkstoffe und Leime: Technologie und Einflussfaktoren: 954 pp.

Wood-based panels: oriented strand board (OSB). BRE Digest (477(1)): 6 pp.

Wood-based panels: particleboard (chipboard). BRE Digest (477(2)): 8 pp.

Wood-boring Scolytidae. Sherwood Foreste ed Alberi Oggi 8(3): 27-28

Wood-burning appliances and indoor air quality. Science of the Total Environment 281(1/3): 47-62

Wood-cement composites in the Asia-Pacific Region. Proceedings of a workshop held at Rydges Hotel, Canberra, Australia, 10 December 2000. Wood cement composites in the Asia Pacific Region Proceedings of a workshop held at Rydges Hotel, Canberra, Australia, 10 December 2000: 165 pp.

Wood-decaying fungi on poplars in Northeastern China. Forest Research, Beijing 16(1): 13-18

Wood-degrading capabilities of tropical freshwater fungi. Material und Organismen2000; 33(1): 37-50

Wood-density variation of Norway spruce in relation to nutrient optimization and fibre dimensions. Canadian journal of forest research 32(2): 185-194

Wood-derived porous ceramics via infiltration of SiO2-sol and carbothermal reduction. Holzforschung 57(4): 440-446

Wood-disk traps provide a robust method for studying spore dispersal of wood-decaying basidiomycetes. Mycologia 95(3): 553-556

Wood-dust exposure at handcraft workplaces conducted by the measuring facilities of the German Lander. Gefahrstoffe Reinhaltung der Luft 62(6): 259-260

Wood-framed building deconstruction: a source of lumber for construction?. Forest Products Journal 52(3): 8-15

Wood-fuelled boilers and the seasoning of sawnwood. CTBA Info (99): 5-8

Wood-harvesting costs incurred by heating-energy entrepreneurs. Tyotehoseuran Metsatiedote (641): 4 pp.

Wood-plastic composites in the United States: the interfacing of two industries. Forest Products Journal 52(6): 10-18

Wood-rotting fungi of temperate Himalaya - an assessment and conservation. Indian Journal of Forestry 25(1/2): 221-239

Wood-surface feature classification using extended-color information. Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 59(6): 475-482

Wood-surface feature classification via extended-color imagery. Forest products journal 52(6): 80-84

Wood: from container to adjuvant?. Vignevini 30(7/8): 34-40

Wooded habitat edges as refugia from microtine herbivory in tallgrass prairies. Oikos 100(3): 525-533

Wooden boards affecting the survival of bacteria?. Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 60(4): 249-257

Wooden frame solutions of wide span agriculture buildings. Prefabricated structure systems. VTT Tiedotteita (2194): 116 pp.

Wooden houses today. International Conference: wood in construction industry tradition and future, Zagreb, Croatia, 25 April 2001: 49-62

Wooden road bridge Okrugljak. International Conference: wood in construction industry tradition and future, Zagreb, Croatia, 25 April 2001: 63-75

Woodfuel Integrated Supply/Demand Overview Mapping - WISDOM: a geographical representation of woodfuel priority areas. Unasylva English ed 53(211): 36-40

Woodfuel procurement strategies of district heating plants. Energy Oxford 28(2): 127-140

Woodland burial grounds - a case study. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 97(1): 35-43

Woodland change in the Chilterns. OFI Occasional Papers (54): 11-13

Woodland establishment by direct seeding of trees by the Temperate Taungya method - the undersowing of arable crops with tree seed. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 96(3): 191-194

Woodland expansion and restocking under SFGS. Forestry and British Timber 31(10): 24-27

Woodland improvement on the Woolhope Dome, Herefordshire. The restoration of wooded landscapes Proceedings of a conference, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, UK, 14-15 September 2000: 141-145

Woodland management - the owners' views. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 96(2): 143-148

Woodland management on the Isle of Eigg, Inner Hebrides. Scottish Forestry 56(1): 29-32

Woodland ownership characteristics and their role in regional forest policy development. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the Development of Wood Science, Wood Technology and Forestry, ICWSF 2001, Ljubljana, Slovenija, 5-7 September 2001: 229-238

Woodland restoration and forest planning in Forest Enterprise. The restoration of wooded landscapes Proceedings of a conference, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, UK, 14-15 September 2000: 101-108

Woodland restoration of contaminated land. Annual Report and Accounts Forest Research, 1999-2000: 31-37

Woodlands pattern and territorial diversity in Madrid. Forests in focus: Proceedings Forum, Biodiversity Treasures in the World' s Forests, 3-7 July 1998: 217-220

Woodlice fauna (Crustacea, Isopoda, Oniscidea) of vineyards at the Saale-Unstrut-region in Saxony-Anhalt. Hercynia 36(1): 123-128

Woodlot licences in British Columbia. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 97(2): 125-130

Woodlots in the rural landscape: landowner motivations and management attitudes in a Michigan (USA) case study. Landscape and Urban Planning 58(2/4): 101-112

Woodpecker abundance in a logged (40 years ago) vs. unlogged lowland dipterocarp forest in Peninsular Malaysia. Journal of Tropical Ecology 17(2): 261-268

Woodpeckers as indicators of forest bird diversity. Conservation Biology 15(1): 208-217

Woods and forests in rural areas, seen in the Monts d'Arree and on the Plateau de Millevanches. Foret Entreprise (144): 54-56

Woods of Eucalyptus - Part 2. Distinguishing species from the stringybark group (E. baxteri, E. globoidea, E. muelleriana, E. macrorhyncha, E. consideniana, E. sieberi). IAWA Journal 23(3): 305-318

Woody Plant Identification Project at the Forest Research Institute in Papua New Guinea: review and recommendations. PNG FRI Bulletin (11): 79-82

Woody component of caatinga vegetation in the Parque Nacional da Serra da Capivara, Piaui State, Brazil. Acta Botanica Brasilica 16(1): 23-42

Woody composition and structure of Karcher's Post Oak Woods Nature Preserve, Hamilton County, Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science 95(4): 251-259

Woody debris and channel morphology in first- and second-order forested channels in Washington's coast ranges. Water Resources Research 38(9): 16/1-16/14

Woody debris volume on clearcuts with and without satellite chip mills. Southern journal of applied forestry 25(4): 173-177

Woody field boundaries in Great Britain: stock and change between 1990 and 1998. Hedgerows of the world: their ecological functions in different landscapes Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference of the International Association for Landscape Ecology, held at Birmingham University, 5th-8th September 2001: 111-116

Woody flora of Hydra (Argosaronic Islands, Greece). Dendrobiology 46: 9-12

Woody fragrance made from a wild ginger: the chemistry of zerumbone. Aroma Research 3(1): 34-39

Woody gall symptoms in different citrus species and varieties artificially colonized by the citrus brown aphid Toxoptera citricidus. Fitopatologia Brasileira 26(1): 95-98

Woody invasion of grasslands: evidence that CO2 enrichment indirectly promotes establishment of Prosopis glandulosa. Plant Ecology 164(1): 85-94

Woody overstorey effects on soil carbon and nitrogen pools in South African savanna. Austral Ecology 28(2): 173-181, April

Woody plant colonization in an experimentally fragmented landscape. Ecography 22(6): 715-728

Woody plant damage by African elephants in relation to leaf nutrients in western Zimbabwe. Journal of Tropical Ecology ch; ): 189-196

Woody plant diversity and structure of shade-grown-coffee plantations in Northern Chiapas, Mexico. Revista de Biologia Tropical 49(3/4): 977-987

Woody plant establishment during the early stages of volcanic succession on Mount Usu, northern Japan. Ecological Research 16(3): 451-457

Woody plants and woody plant management: ecology, safety, and environmental impact. Woody plants and woody plant management: ecology, safety and environmental impact: vii + 564 pp.

Woody plants of Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, Tennessee and Kentucky and floristic comparison of selected Southern Appalachian woody floras. Castanea 68(2): 119-134

Woody plants of Rock Creek Research Natural Area and watershed uplands, Laurel County, Kentucky. Castanea 66(3): 275-287

Woody plants recovery in abandoned farms of different ages in the Mount Cameroon region. Systematics and Geography of Plants 71(2): 817-826

Woody population distribution and environmental heterogeneity in a Chaco forest, Argentina. Journal of Vegetation Science 13(5): 607-614

Woody species composition of disturbed forests in intermittent stream bottomlands of southern Indiana. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 128(2): 165-175

Woody species diversity of four sacred groves in the Pondicherry region of South India. Biodiversity and Conservation 12(2): 289-299

Woody species found in cerrado (broad sense) habitat from 170 locations in cerrado ecosystems. Boletim do Herbario Ezechias Paulo Heringer 7: 5-112

Woody species invasion in the Rolling Pampa grasslands, Argentina. Agriculture ecosystems and environment 88(3): 271-278

Woody vegetation following even-aged, uneven-aged, and no-harvest treatments on the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project sites. General Technical Report North Central Research Station, USDA Forest Service (NC-227): 84-101

Woody vegetation resource changes around selected settlement along aridity gradient in the Kalahari, Botswana. Journal of Arid Environments 54(2): 469-482, June

Woody vegetation response to various burning regimes in South Texas. Journal of Range Management 56(2): 159-166

Woody vegetation survey of Beall Woods Nature Preserve, Wabash County, Illinois. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 110(1/4): 41-50

Woody weed dispersal by birds, wind and explosive dehiscence in New Zealand. New Zealand Plant Protection Volume 54, 2001 Proceedings of a conference, Quality Hotel, Palmerston North, New Zealand, 14-16 August 2001: 61-66

Wool and Sheepmeat Services Program Annual Conference, Tocal Agricultural Centre, Paterson, NSW, Australia, 3-5 December 2002. Wool and Sheepmeat Services Program Annual Conference, Tocal Agricultural Centre, Paterson, NSW, Australia, 3-5 December 2002: 189 pp.

Wool and lamb production - the truth becomes evident yet again. A Hora Veterinaria 22(130): 6-8

Wool buyers do not adversely discount fine wool grown in 'non-traditional' environments. Wool Technology and Sheep Breeding 51(2): 163-175

Wool fibre diameter and follicle density are not specified simultaneously during wool follicle initiation. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 53(9): 1003-1009

Wool marketing - meeting industry challenges. Wool Technology and Sheep Breeding 51(2): 150-158

Wool metrology: past and current trends and future requirements. Wool Technology and Sheep Breeding 50(4): 853-860

Wool performance of ewes in conservative flocks of Uhrusk sheep. Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie Sklodowska Sectio EE Zootechnica 21(1): 101-107

Wool producer experiences with individual animal management. Wool Technology and Sheep Breeding 51(2): 137-138

Wool production in the state of Chubut (Argentina) as an agri Industrial District case. Revista de la Facultad de Agronomia Universidad de Buenos Aires 21(2): 135-144

Wool quality variation in South-West Victoria. Wool Technology and Sheep Breeding 50(3): 222-227

Wool strength and extensibility from Australian Merino, Polwarth, Corriedale, Romney Marsh and Ile de France breeds. Veterinaria e Zootecnia 11: 31-42

Wool yellowing and pH within Merino and Romney fleeces. Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production 63: 155-159

WoolRes: a model to assist producers to meet market requirements for low-residue wool. Wool Technology and Sheep Breeding 50(4): 632-637

Woolly apple aphid in South Africa: biology, seasonal cycles, damage and control. Deciduous Fruit Grower 51(4): 22-23, 36

Work and health: a gender study on systems analysts. Revista de Saude Publica 35(6): 539-547

Work and living conditions in large-scale coffee production in Central America: starting points to secure social minimum standards taking into account the private sector. Reports and Working Papers German Development Institute (2/2002): vii + 54 pp.

Work measurement of dietetic staff through work sampling methodology in school food service systems. Korean Journal of Nutrition 35(2): 263-271

Work on Simmental cattle carried out at the Department of Cattle Breeding of the Agricultural University in Cracow. Biuletyn Informacyjny Instytut Zootechniki 40(4): 93-107

Work on fruit genetic resources in Germany and using results in fruit breeding and production. Jugoslovensko Vocarstvo 34(1/2): 21-31

Work on fruit genetic resources in Germany and using the results in fruit breeding and growing. Broad variation and precise characterization limitation for the future Proceedings of the XVIth EUCARPIA Genetic Resources Section workshop, Poznan, Poland, 16-20 May 2001: 326-331

Work on low impact in Emilia. Colture Protette 31(10): 35-42

Work on raspberry root rot at the Scottish Crop Research Institute. Acta Horticulturae (585): 271-277

Work organisation and livestock management: lessons from bilan travail studies. Livestock farming systems: integrating animal science advances into the search for sustainability Proceedings of the fifth international symposium on livestock farming systems, Posieux, Fribourg, Switzerland, 19-20 August, 1999: 374-377

Work organization and livestock farming systems. 8emes Rencontres autour des Recherches sur les Ruminants, Paris, France, 5-6 decembre 2001: 245-250

Work psychosocial aspects and psychological distress among nurses. Revista de Saude Publica 37(4): 424-433

Work quality of sugar beet harvesters at different forward speeds. Agricoltura Mediterranea 132(3/4): 224-231

Work regimes of the sowing disk of the SST-12B seed-drill when sowing cucumbers. Mekhanizatsiya i Elektrifikatsiya Sel' skogo Khozyaistva (9): 6-9

Work related accidents in use of farm machines in Polish private farming. Journal of Research and Applications in Agricultural Engineering 47(4): 10-16

Work relations in coffee production in Sao Paulo. Informacoes Economicas Instituto de Economia Agricola 31(5): 61-90

Work site, physician's office, or medical university clinic: the effect of setting on success in a multidisciplinary weight-loss program. Eating Behaviors 3(1): 93-100

Work stress effects on semen parameter in Rottweiler breed of dogs. Efeitos do estresse de trabalho sobre os parametros seminais de caes da raca rottweiler: 73 pp.

Work study and economic evaluation of the LS 2-500. Lesnicky Casopis 46(4): 361-379

Work times and productivity logging in a poplar stand with a forwarder. Mondo Macchina 10(11/12): 50-56

Work with pesticides and organophosphate sheep dips. Occupational Medicine 52(8): 467-470

Work, caste and competing masculinities: notes from a Tamil Village. Economic and Political Weekly 37(43): 4397-4406

Work-leisure relations: leisure orientation and the meaning of work. Journal of Leisure Research 34(2): 178-203

Work-related accidents on offshore oil drilling platforms in the Campos Basin, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Cadernos de Saude Publica 17(1): 117-130

Work-related finger fracture costs: a quality assessment of the Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social Medical Care Services. Revista Medica del Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social 41(4): 305-312

Work-related respiratory symptoms in New Zealand farmers. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 39(3): 292-300

Work-related risks must be brought under control in animal husbandry. Teho (2): 15-17, 46-47

Work-related skin symptoms and type I allergy among eastern-Polish farmers growing hops and other crops. Annals of Agricultural and Environmental Medicine 8(1): 51-56

Work-related symptoms among furniture factory workers in Lublin region (eastern Poland). Annals of Agricultural and Environmental Medicine 9(1): 99-103

Workcamps in Zimbabwe: 'community development' in rural areas. Entwicklung + Landlicher Raum 35(1): 26-28

Worker biting interactions and task performance in a swarm-founding eusocial wasp (Polybia occidentalis, Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Behavioral Ecology 12(3): 353-359

Worker caste polymorphism has a genetic basis in Acromyrmex leaf-cutting ants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 100(16): 9394-9397

Worker demography in the ant Formica neorufibarbis. Ecological entomology 28(2): 139-144

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