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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 13151

Chapter 13151 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Lack of relationship between total calcium of apple fruit and a calcium deficiency related disorder (bitter pit): a four year report. Acta Horticulturae 274: 141-148

Lack of the SOX9 gene polymorphism in sex reversal dogs (78,XX; SRY negative). Journal of Heredity 96(7): 797-802

Lack of the antioxidant glutathione peroxidase-1 does not increase atherosclerosis in C57BL. Journal of lipid research 47(6): 1157-1167

Lack of thermogenic response to glucose. International journal of obesity0(2): 107-116

Lack of transforming activity of fumonisin B1 in BALB. Food and chemical toxicology: an international journal ished for the British Industrial Biological Research Association 34(8): 751-753

Lack of types 1 and 2A protein Serine(P). Plant physiology 100(2): 620-624

Lacking in the weight-loss effort: effort. Tufts University health and nutrition letter 17(10): 6

Lactase deficiency. Contemporary nutrition 4(4): 1-2

Lactation counseling increases exclusive breast-feeding rates in Ghana. Journal of Nutrition 135(7): 1691-1695

Lactation in rural Guatemala: Nutritional effects on the mother and infant. Food and nutrition bulletin 7(7): 15-25

Lactation, fertility and the working woman. Ippf Medical Bulletin 11(4): 1-2

Lactation, health, and reproduction of dairy cows receiving daily injection of sustained-release somatotropin. Journal of dairy science 75(11): 3122-3130

Lactation, maternal nutrition and fertility. Nutrition Reviews 40(9): 268-270

Lactation: historical patterns and potential for manipulation. Journal of Dairy Science 76(10): 3195-3212

Lactational response of cows fed condensed corn distillers solubles. Journal of Dairy Science 88(11): 4000-4006

Lactic acid bacteria production from whey. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 134(3): 223-232

Lactic Acid Production from Cheese Whey by Bifidobacterium longum. Transactions of the ASABE- 49(4): 1263-1267

Lactic acid. Journal of food science 59(2): 242-245

Lactic acid bacteria and identification of B-vitamins: some historical notes, 1937-1940. Federation Proceedings 38(13): 2690-2693

Lactic acid bacteria which do not decarboxylate malic acid and fermentation therewith. United States Department of Agriculture patents: 1987 (4,666,849)

Lactic acid fermentation of sweet potato (ipomoea batatas l.) into pickles. Journal of food processing and preservation 31(1): 83-101

Lactic acid production and potential uses: a technology and economics assessment. Fuels and chemicals from biomass 236

Lactisole interacts with the transmembrane domains of human T1R3 to inhibit sweet taste. Journal of Biological Chemistry 280(15): 15238-15246

Lacto fruit: a new soft drink?. Food engineering: 50(3) 116-117

Lactobacillus casei CRL 431 and Lactobacillus rhamnosus CRL 1224 as biological controls for Aspergillus flavus strains. Journal of Food Protection 69(10): 2544-2548

Lactobacillus casei DN-114 001 inhibits the ability of adherent-invasive Escherichia coli isolated from Crohn's disease patients to adhere to and to invade intestinal epithelial cells. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71(6): 2880-2887

Lactobacillus casei improves resistance to pneumococcal respiratory infection in malnourished mice. Journal of Nutrition 135(6): 1462-1469

Lactobacillus harbinensis sp. nov., consisted of strains isolated from traditional fermented vegetables 'Suan cai' in Harbin, Northeastern China and Lactobacillus perolens DSM 12745. Systematic and Applied Microbiology 28(8): 688-694

Lactobacillus johnsonii La1 antagonizes Giardia intestinalis in vivo. Infection and Immunity 73(2): 1265-1269

Lactobacillus oligofermentans sp. nov., associated with spoilage of modified-atmosphere-packaged poultry products. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71(8): 4400-4406

Lactobacillus paracasei subsp. paracasei 8700:2 degrades inulin-type fructans exhibiting different degrees of polymerization. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71(11): 6531-6537

Lactobacillus plantarum and Enterobacter cloacae growth in cucumber extracts containing various salts. Journal of food science: an official ication of the Institute of Food Technologists 55(6): 1634-1637

Lactobacillus rhamnosus Strain GG Modulates Intestinal Absorption, Fecal Excretion, and Toxicity of Aflatoxin B subscript 1(B in Rats. Applied and environmental microbiology AEM 72(11): 7398-7400

Lactococcal 936-species phage attachment to surface of Lactococcus lactis. Journal of Dairy Science 88(3): 900-907

Lactococcal plasmid pNP40 encodes a novel, temperature-sensitive restriction-modification system. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 70(9): 5546-5556

Lactococcin A overexpression in a Lactococcus lactis subsp. lactis transformant containing a Tn5 insertion in the lcnD gene. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 44(3-4): 413-418

Lactococcin Q, a novel two-peptide bacteriocin produced by Lactococcus lactis QU 4. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 72(5): 3383-3389

Lactococcus lactis SpOx spontaneous mutants: a family of oxidative-stress-resistant dairy strains. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71(5): 2782-2788

Lactococcus lactis uses MscL as its principal mechanosensitive channel. Journal of Biological Chemistry 280(10): 8784-8792

Lactones. 11. Feeding-deterrent activity of some bi- and tricyclic terpenoid lactones. Pest management science 57(9): 776-780

Lactose. Hui, Y. H. (ed.). Encyclopedia Of Food Science And Technology, Vols. 1, 2, 3 And 4. A-D(vol. 1); E-H(vol. 2); I-P(vol. 3); Q-Z Index(vol. 4). Xxvii 658p.(vol. 1); Ii 781p.(vol. 2); Ii 770p.(vol. 3); Ii 762p.(vol. 4.) John Wiley And Sons, Inc: New York, New York, Usa; Chichester, England, Uk. Illus. Maps. 1596-1598

Lactose. Journal of dairy science 87(5): 1158-1166

Lactose intolerance symptoms assessed by meta-analysis: a grain of truth that leads to exaggeration. Journal of Nutrition 136(4): 1107-1113

Lactose absorption in intestinal parasitosis. Boletin Medico del Hospital Infantil de Mexico 39(6): 413-421

Lactose crystallization in skim milk powder observed by hydrodynamic equilibria, scanning electron microscopy and 2H nuclear magnetic resonance. Journal of food science: an official ication of the Institute of Food Technologists 55(4): 994-999

Lactose hydrolysis by mutant Streptococcus thermophilus. United States Department of Agriculture patents: 1991 (5,071,763)

Lactose intolerance. New England Journal of Medicine 302(3): 178-178

Lactose intolerance. American baby 48(2): 10

Lactose intolerance. Lancet 4, 338(8768): 663-664

Lactose intolerance in Nagaland. Indian Journal of Medical Research 82: 254-256

Lactose intolerance: Who has it and why?. Weight watchers 13(10): 50

Lactose malabsorption and intolerance in Italians. Digestive diseases and sciences 31(12): 1313-1316

Lactose: The milk sugar from a biotechnological perspective. Critical reviews in food science and nutrition4(7-8): 553-557

Lactose: truth or intolerances. Nutrition action health letter 18(3): 8-9

Lactulose ingestion increases faecal bifidobacterial counts: a randomised double-blind study in healthy humans. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 58(3): 462-466

Lactulose production by b-galactosidase in permeabilized cells of Kluyveromyces lactis. Applied microbiology and biotechnology 64(6): 787-793

Ladies who lost their lumps. Family health 11(8): 8-9

Laetrile: Risks and legal status. Nutrition and the MD 5(6): 3

Laetrileomania. Nutrition today: 12(5) 15

Laforin, a dual specificity phosphatase that dephosphorylates complex carbohydrates. Journal of Biological Chemistry 281(41): 30412-8

Lag period of 14CO2 evolution from dioctyl sulpho[2,3-14C]succinate in relation to adaptation of bacterium, Comamonas terrigena, to dialkyl esters of sulphosuccinate. Biotechnology Letters 26(19): 1497-1500

Laid-off workers hone job skills. Personnel journal 72(3): 41

Lake Champlain basin nonpoint source phosphorus assessment. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 34(2): 251-265

Lake Michigan fish consumption as a source of polychlorinated biphenyls in human cord serum, maternal serum, and milk. American Journal of Public Health 73(3): 293-296

Lake evaporation estimates in tropical Africa (Lake Ziway, Ethiopia). Journal of hydrology 245(1-4): 1-18

Lamb chops a la Greco. Cooking for profit: (339) 37

Lambing rates and litter sizes following intrauterine or cervical insemination of frozen. Theriogenology 1 62(7): 1236-1244

Lamblia giardia, a cause for malabsorption syndrome in childhood. Godisen Zbornik Na Medicinskiot Fakultet Vo Skopje 25: 245-251

Lameness in a dog caused by thoracic wall invasion by a pulmonary neoplasm. Journal of Veterinary Medicine. A, Physiology, Pathology, Clinical Medicine 53(6): 288-292

Lamin A-dependent nuclear defects in human aging. Science 312(5776): 1059-1063

Lamin B receptor plays a role in stimulating nuclear envelope production and targeting membrane vesicles to chromatin during nuclear envelope assembly through direct interaction with importin (Sb(B. Journal of cell science1 120(3): 520-530

Lamina-associated Polypeptide 2-(Sa(B Forms Homo-trimers via Its C Terminus, and Oligomerization Is Unaffected by a Disease-causing Mutation. Journal of biological chemistry2 282(9): 6308-6315

Lamina-associated polypeptide 2 regulates cell cycle progression and differentiation via the retinoblastoma-E2F pathway. Journal of cell biology10 173(1): 83-93

Laminations: which one to use?. Food engineering: 49(5) 86-87

Laminin (Sa(B1 Chain LG4 Module Promotes Cell Attachment through Syndecans and Cell Spreading through Integrin (Sa(B2(Sb(B1. Journal of biological chemistry27 281(43): 32929-32940

Laminin 5 regulates polycystic kidney cell proliferation and cyst formation. Journal of Biological Chemistry 281(39): 29181-9

Laminin 3 Forms a Complex with 3 and 3 Chains That Serves as the Ligand for 61-Integrin at the Apical Ectoplasmic Specialization in Adult Rat Testes. Journal of biological chemistry 23 281(25): 17286-17303

Laminin 5 Is Required for Dental Epithelium Growth and Polarity and the Development of Tooth Bud and Shape. Journal of biological chemistry24 281(8): 5008-5016

Laminin 3 Chain Binds to Nidogen and Is Located in Murine Basement Membranes. Journal of biological chemistry10 280(23): 22146-22153

Laminiscus n.g. (Monogenea: Gyrodactylidae) from capelin, Mallotus villosus (Muller), (Pisces: Osmeridae) in the northwest Atlantic with redescriptions of L. gussevi n. comb., Gyrodactyloides petruschewskii, and G. andriaschewi. Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie 61(2): 298-306

Lamins A and C but not lamin B1 regulate nuclear mechanics. Journal of Biological Chemistry 281(35): 25768-25780

Lamium plant named 'Dellam'. United States patent Plant: 2001 (11,783)

Lamivudine resistance of hepatitis B virus masked by coemergence of mutations in probe region of the COBAS AMPLICOR assay. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 44(7): 2587-2589

Lanceocrepidiasides A-F, glucosides of guaiane-type sesquiterpene from Crepidiastrum lanceolatum. Phytochemistry 66(6): 727-732

Land Distribution and International Agricultural Productivity. American journal of agricultural economics 89(1): 202-216

Land Reform for Peace? Rwanda's 2005 Land Law in Context. Journal of agrarian change 6(4): 509-537

Land abundance, interest. Journal of economic history 43(2): 405-431

Land allocation under uncertainty: choosing among alternative specifications of return distributions. Working paper Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics California Agricultural Experiment Station: 84 (292)

Land and water problems: an institutional perspective . American journal of agricultural economics 64(5): 834-844

Land animals in the silurian: arachnids and myriapods from shropshire, England. Science 250(4981): 658-661

Land application of sewage sludge in the Willamette Valley: farm operator attitudes and municipal costs. Special report Oregon State University Agricultural Experiment Station: 82 (658)

Land application of wastewater: a cost analysis. Technical bulletin US Dept of Agriculture: 978 (1594)

Land clearing investment survey, 1975-77; a report on a landownership follow-on survey. ERS staff report United States Dept of Agriculture Economic Research Service: 82 (AGES820728)

Land drainage investment survey, 1975-77: a report on a landownership follow-on survey. ERS staff report United States Dept of Agriculture Economic Research Service: 982 (AGES820525)

Land grant universities on trial. Adult learning 3(2): 23-25

Land management programs for agriculture in southwest Georgia. ERS staff report United States Dept of Agriculture Economic Research Service: 984 (AGES840608)

Land ownership restrictions of the midwestern states: influence on farm structure. American journal of agricultural economics 62(5): 940-945

Land price impacts of the Adirondack Park Land Use and Development Plan. American journal of agricultural economics 62(3): 543-548

Land purchases and acquisitions, 1975-77-- a report on a landownership follow-on survey. ERS staff report United States Dept of Agriculture Economic Research Service: 82 (AGES820407)

Land quality, irrigation development, and cropping patterns in the northern high plains. American journal of agricultural economics 71(1): 187-194

Land reclamation and strip mined coal production in Appalachia. Journal of environmental economics and management: 3, 236-252 ref

Land removed from crop production, 1975-77 - a report on a landownership follow-on survey. ESS staff report US Dept of Agriculture Economics and Statistics Service: 81 (AGESS810211)

Land removed from crop production, 1975-77--a report on a landownership, follow-on survey. ESS staff report United States Dept of Agriculture Economics Statistics and Cooperatives Service: 82 (AGESS810211)

Land sale methods. North central regional extension ication 77, 51, 31-34

Land snails as experimental animals: a study of the variability and distribution of individual weights in Helix aspersa snails born from the the same clutch. Laboratory animals 24(1): 1-4

Land speculation and intensification at the frontier: a seeming paradox in the Colombian savanna. Agricultural systems 54(4): 501-520

Land tenure and adoption of conservation tillage. Journal of soil and water conservation 38(3): 166-169

Land tenure and the adoption of conservation practices. American journal of agricultural economics 82(4): 993-1005

Land trusts and the choice to conserve land with full ownership or conservation easements. Natural resources journalring 44(2): 483-528

Land use change and competition in the South. Journal of agricultural and applied economics 33(2): 271-281

Land use change in soybean production systems in Brazilian savanna: the role of policy and market conditions. Journal of sustainable agriculture5(2-3): 95-117

Land use change on Scottish Highland estates. Journal of rural studies 10(3): 301-309

Land use changes in the Fargo-Moorhead fringe area, 1975-1980. North Dakota farm research North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station 40(4): 3-6

Land use conflicts in the coastal zone: an approach for the analysis of the opportunity costs of protecting coastal resources. Journal Northeastern Agricultural Economics Council 13(1): 73-81

Land use controls that affect agriculture. Agricultural economics miscellaneous report: 81 (54)

Land use in the Great Plains. ERS staff report United States Dept of Agriculture Economic Research Service: 84 (AGES840329)

Land use planning and policy in the South. Southern journal of agricultural economics: 9(1) 41-49

Land use planning: an institutional overview. American journal of agricultural economics: 58(5) 895-901

Land use policy and agriculture: a State and local perspective. ERS 77, 650, 9 p

Land use practices in Lesotho: implications for sustainability in agricultural production. Journal of sustainable agriculture8(2-3): 5-24

Land use versus road network design in community transport cost evaluation. Land economics 60(1): 95-109

Land values research approaches and data needs. Staff paper P Minnesota University Dept of Agricultural and Applied Economics: 1982 (P82-7)

Land values surrounding waste disposal facilities. AE Ext New York State College of Agriculture and Life SciencesCornell University Dept of Agricultural Economics: 82 (83-32)

Land-surface model development for the GISS-GCM. Journal of climate 10(8): 2040-2054

Land-use classification of gray-scale serial images using probabilistic neural networks. Transactions of the ASAE- 47(5): 1813-1819

Land-use-based phosphorus balances for Lake Okeechobee, Florida, drainage basins. Applied engineering in agriculture 8(6): 813-820

Landed property and the distinction between royalty and rent. Land economics 58(3): 338-350

Landlord and tenant shares, 1974. AERR 75, 142, 29 p

Landlord and tenant shares, 1976. AERR 77, 153, 28 p

Landmarks in the development of cooperation in Italy. Revue des etudes cooperatives Institut francais de la cooperation: th Quarter (194) 101-111

Landowner factors in developing new cropland in Minnesota. Minnesota agricultural economist Agricultural Extension Service University of Minnesota: 984 (646)

Landowner incentives to participate in a purchase of development rights program with application to Maryland. Journal Northeastern Agricultural Economics Council2(1): 61-65

Landownership characteristics and investment in soil conservation. ERS staff report US Dept of Agriculture Economic Research Service: 981 (AGES810911)

Landownership issues in rural America. ERS 77, 655, 8 p

Landsat Thematic Mapper indices for evaluating management and growth characteristics of soybeans and corn. Transactions of the ASAE 35(5): 1441-1448

Landscape excitation profiles and excess thermodynamic properties of disaccharide aqueous solutions. Journal of Biological Physics 32(2): 145-151

Landscape stories: Using ideal type narratives as a heuristic device in rural studies. Journal of rural studies 23(1): 62-74

Landscape structure and change in a hardwood forest-tall-grass prairie ecotone. Journal of range management 50(3): 244-249

Landscape-Scale Prediction of Hemlock Woolly Adelgid, Adelges tsugae (Homoptera: Adelgidae), Infestation in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. Environmental entomology 35(5): 1313-1323

Landscape-scale evaluation of understory light and canopy structure: methods for application in a neotropical lowland rain forest. Canadian journal of forest research 26(5): 747-757

Landscape-scale heterogeneity in lodgepole serotiny. Canadian journal of forest research 24(5): 897-903

Landscape-scale patterns of shrub-species abundance in California chaparral. Plant ecology001 156(1): 19-41

Landscaping with herbs. Vegetarian times: (200) 92

Landslides and Their Contribution to Land-cover Change in the Mountains of Mexico and Central America. Biotropica 38(4): 446-457

Landspreading: an alternative for sludge disposal. American journal of agricultural economics 60(3): 555-558

LanguaL. An automated method for describing, capturing and retrieving data about food. World Review of Nutrition and Dietetics 68: 94-103

Language acquisition and brain development. Science 310(5749): 815-819

Language control in the bilingual brain. Science 312(5779): 1537-1540

Language and persuasion in biotechnology communication with the public: how to not say what you're not going to say and not say it. Agbioforum (2)

Lanosterol 14(Sa(B-demethylase expression in the mouse ovary and its participation in cumulus-enclosed oocyte spontaneous meiotic maturation in vitro. Theriogenology 15 66(5): 1156-1164

Lantana camara plant named 'Robpatcow'. United States patent Plant: 2002 (12,450)

Lantana plant named 'Anne Marie'. United States patent Plant: 2000 (11,310)

Lantana plant named 'Katie'. United States patent Plant: 2001 (12,201)

Lantana plant named 'Robmornyel'. United States patent Plant: 1, 2002 (12,692)

Lantana plant named 'Robpatdov'. United States patent Plant: 1999 (10,880)

Lantana plant named 'Samson'. United States patent Plant: 8, 2002 (12,705)

Lantana sellowiana cv. Monswee. Plant patent United States Patent and Trademark Office: 1991 (7626)

Lanthanum(III)-catalyzed degradation of cellulose at 250 degrees C. Bioresource Technology 81(3): 257-260

Laonastes and the "Lazarus effect" in recent mammals. Science 311(5766): 1456-1458

Laparoscopic gastric banding prevents type 2 diabetes and arterial hypertension and induces their remission in morbid obesity: a 4-year case-controlled study. Diabetes Care 28(11): 2703-2709

Laparoscopic obliteration of the nephrosplenic space using polypropylene mesh in five horses. Veterinary Surgery 35(5): 431-437

Laparoscopic ovariectomy using the endo-GIA stapling device and endo-catch pouches and evaluation of analgesic efficacy of epidural morphine sulfate in 10 mares. Veterinary Surgery 34(6): 646-650

Laparoscopic-assisted cystotomy for urolith removal in geldings. Veterinary Surgery 35(4): 394-397

Large offspring or large placenta syndrome? Morphometric analysis of late gestation bovine placentomes from somatic nuclear transfer pregnancies complicated by hydrallantois. Biology of Reproduction 75(1): 122-130

Large store-operated calcium selective currents due to co-expression of Orai1 or Orai2 with the intracellular calcium sensor, Stim1. Journal of Biological Chemistry 281(34): 24979-24990

Large wind shift on the great plains during the medieval warm period. Science 313(5785): 345-347

Large area hydrologic modeling and assessment. I. Model development. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 34(1): 73-89

Large area hydrologic modeling and assessment. II. Model application. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 34(1): 91-101

Large data sets: processing guidelines for economists. ESS staff report US Dept of Agriculture Economics and Statistics Service: 1980 (AGESS800910)

Large doses of tryptophan and tyrosine as potential therapeutic alternative to dietary phenylalanine restriction in phenylketonuria. Lancet 2(8447): 150-151

Large round alfalfa hay bales covered with nutri-shield. Applied engineering in agriculture 8(2): 171-174

Large scale rearrangement of protein domains is associated with voltage gating of the VDAC channel. Biophysical Journal 62(1): 123-31; Discussion 131-5

Large stock and fertilizer improve growth of Douglas-Fir planted on unstable granitic soil in northern California. USDA Forest Service research note PSW United States Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station: 980 (345)

Large structure at high resolution: the 1.6 angstrom crystal structure of spinach ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase. Journal of molecular biology, 259(1): 160-174

Large-scale engineering of the Corynebacterium glutamicum genome. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71(6): 3369-3372

Large-scale identification of expressed sequence tags involved in rice and rice blast fungus interaction. Plant Physiology 138(1): 105-115

Large-scale screen highlights the importance of capsule for virulence in the zoonotic pathogen Streptococcus iniae. Infection and Immunity 73(2): 921-934

Large-scale sequence analysis of avian influenza isolates. Science 311(5767): 1576-1580

Large-scale temporal gene expression profiling during gonadal differentiation and early gametogenesis in rainbow trout. Biology of Reproduction 73(5): 959-966

Large-sample monitoring of household expenditure and food consumption in partial subsistence economies: a methodological note. AE Res Dept of Agricultural Economics Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station: 82 (82-2)

Large-scale culturing of ginseng cells in suspension. I. Scaling of a pilot plant. Soviet biotechnology: ) 66-69

Large-scale farming and the quality of life in rural communities: further specification of the Goldschmidt Hypothesis. Rural sociologyer 50(2): 262-273

Large-scale ginseng cell cultivation in suspension. II. Elaboration of ginseng cell cultivation conditions on a pilot plant. Soviet biotechnology: ) 41-44

Large-scale management systems and parasite populations: coccidia in rabbits. Veterinary Parasitology 11(1): 69-84

Large-scale management systems and parasite populations: ectoparasites. Veterinary Parasitology 11(1): 61-68

Large-scale management systems and parasite populations prevalence and resistance of parasitic agents in animal effluents and their potential hygienic hazard. Veterinary Parasitology 11(1): 49-60

Larger islands house more bacterial taxa. Science 308(5730): 1884-1884

Larger grain borer in Africa: a history of efforts to limit its impact. Integrated pest management reviews(2): 67-84

Larger rearranged mitochondrial genomes in Dekkera. Journal of molecular evolution 36(3): 263-269

Laribacter hongkongensis isolated from a patient with community-acquired gastroenteritis in Hangzhou City. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 45(1): 255-256

Larix decidua a new host for Dothistroma pini. Plant disease reporter 53(9) 706

Larry Clark's legacy: randomized controlled, selenium-based prostate cancer chemoprevention trials. Nutrition and Cancer 40(1): 74-77

Larva currens disclosing anguilluliasis 50 years after the patient's return from an endemic area. La Nouvelle Presse Medicale 10(35): 2906-2907

Larval Cannibalism and Intraguild Predation Between the Introduced Green Lacewing, Chrysoperla carnea, and the Indigenous Trash-Carrying Green Lacewing, Mallada desjardinsi (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae), as a Case Study of Potential Nontarget Effect Assessment. Environmental entomology 35(5): 1298-1303

Larval Description and Phylogenetic Placement of the South Africa Endemic Genus Andex (Coleoptera: Adephaga: Dytiscidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 99(5): 743-754

Larval Tenebrio molitor (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) fat body extracts catalyze firefly D-luciferin- and ATP-dependent chemiluminescence: a luciferase-like enzyme. Photochemistry and photobiology 63(6): 713-718

Larval and adult nutrition effects on blood. Medical and veterinary entomology 11(2): 112-122

Larval behavioral diapause regulates life cycle of Amblyomma cajennense (Acari: Ixodidae) in Southeast Brazil. Journal of Medical Entomology 40(2): 170-178

Larval biology of Cyrnea (Cyrnea) eurycerca Seurat, 1914, a habronemid nematode parasite of the double-spurred francolin in Togo. Annales de parasitologie humaine et comparee8(2): 151-164

Larval development of Japanese 'conchostracans'. 2. Larval development of Caenestheriella gifuensis (Crustacea, Branchiopoda, Spinicaudata, Cyzicidae), with notes on homologies and evolution of certain naupliar appendages within the Branchiopoda. Arthropod structure and development 33(4): 453-469

Larval recovery in tissues of thymectomized, bursectomized & splenectomized chickens vis-a-vis sham operated & controls during experimental ancylostomiasis. Indian journal of experimental biology 20(11): 867-868

Larval survival and development of the fall armyworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) on normal and transgenic cotton expressing the Bacillus thuringiensis CryIA(c) delta-endotoxin. Journal of economic entomology 91(2): 539-545

Larval toxocariasis of humans. I. Parasite egg findings in Prague parks. Angewandte Parasitologie 22(2): 71-77

Laryngeal scleroma associated with Klebsiella pneumoniae subsp. ozaenae. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 43(11): 5811-5813

Laser flash kinetic analysis of Synechocystis PCC 6803 cytochrome c6 and plastocyanin oxidation by Photosystem I. Biochimica et biophysica acta = International journal of biochemistry and biophysics 1184(2-3): 235-241

Laser leveling and farm profits. Technical bulletin Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station: 982 (244)

Laser leveling and federal incentives. Western journal of agricultural economics 7(2): 173-186

Laser techniques in the study of the photochemistry of carbonyl compounds containing ligninlike moieties. ACS symposium series: 31) 111-121

Laser treatment of livestock feeds. United States Department of Agriculture patents: 1992 (5,106,637)

Laser-initiated shuttling of a water molecule between H-bonding sites. Science 307(5714): 1443-1446

Laser-light-scattering properties of heat-induced ovalbumin gels. Macromolecular interactions in food technology 112

Last in, first out: the role of cofactor binding in flavodoxin folding. Journal of Biological Chemistry 280(9): 7836-7844

Last months. American baby 52(3): 57-60

Latch Keyfor before & after school. Food and nutrition 11(2): 9-12

Latchkey children and school-age child care: a review of programming needs. Child and youth care quarterlyng 18(1): 39-48

Latchkey children: a pilot study investigating behavior and academic achievement. Child and youth care quarterly: er 131-140

Late Bronze Age glass production at Qantir-Piramesses, Egypt. Science 308(5729): 1756-1758

Late colonization of Easter Island. Science 311(5767): 1603-1606

Late gestational exposure to the fungicide prochloraz delays the onset of parturition and causes reproductive malformations in male but not female rat offspring. Biology of Reproduction 72(6): 1324-1335

Late Precambrian oxygenation; inception of the clay mineral factory. Science 311(5766): 1446-1449

Late Quaternary Atmospheric CH subscript 4 Isotope Record Suggests Marine Clathrates Are Stable. Science 10 311(5762): 838-840

Late but not early gestational maternal growth hormone treatment increases fetal adiposity in overnourished adolescent sheep. Biology of Reproduction 75(2): 231-239

Late neonatal vitamin K deficiency associated with subclinical liver dysfunction in human milk-fed infants. Journal of Pediatrics 114(4 Pt 1): 602-605

Late relapses of visceral amoebiasis : a new case. Medecine Tropicale 42(1): 93-95

Late results in the treatment of cerebral cysticercosis using praziquantel. Salud Publica de Mexico 24(6): 625-627

Late-Season Weed Escapes in Indiana Soybean Fields. Crop management

Late-planted soybean yield response to reproductive source. Crop science 38(3): 763-771

Late-term abortion associated with umbilical cord torsion in the mare: case report. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 25(4): 162-163

Latency period in onchocerciasis. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 58(6): 923-925

Latency-related gene encoded by bovine herpesvirus 1 promotes virus growth and reactivation from latency in tonsils of infected calves. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 43(1): 393-401

Latent nitrate transport activity of a novel sulfate permease-like protein of the cyanobacterium Synechococcus elongatus. Journal of Biological Chemistry 281(9): 5869-5876

Latent pathway activation and increased pathway capacity enable Escherichia coli adaptation to loss of key metabolic enzymes. Journal of Biological Chemistry 281(12): 8024-8033

Latent S49P neuroserpin forms polymers in the dementia familial encephalopathy with neuroserpin inclusion bodies. Journal of Biological Chemistry 280(14): 13735-13741

Latent bioactive peptides in milk proteins: proteolytic activation and significance in dairy processing. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 42(3): 223-239

Latent period and infection efficiency of Puccinia recondita f. sp. populations isolated from different wheat cultivars. Phytopathology 81(4): 435-439

Latent polyphenol oxidases from sago log (Metroxylon sagu): partial purification, activation, and some properties. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 48(10): 5041-5045

Latent trypanosomiasis: Possible provocative test for the release of trypanosomes. IRCS Medical science Key reports in human and animal physiology 11(9): 836

Later life parental divorce and widowhood: impact on young adults' assessment of parent-child relations. Journal of marriage and the family 56(4): 908-922

Lateral redistribution of cytochrome b6. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America5, 88(18): 8262-8266

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Latin America: Time for re-emphasis?. Agenda 2(3): 13-19

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Leaf oils of the endemic Melicope (Rutaceae) of Lord Howe Island. Journal of essential oil research: JEOR- 16(5): 449-452

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Lean beef: impetus for lipid modifications. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 90(1): 87-92

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Lean body mass in obesity. International Journal of Obesity 7(2): 99-107

Lean meat as part of a cholesterol-lowering diet. Food and nutrition news 63(4): 23-26

Lean meats make the grade--a collaborative nutrition intervention program. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 88(2): 191-195

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Lean, light, (not-so) hot dogs. Nutrition action health letter 18(7): 10-11

Lean, mean and green!. Weight watchers 20(4): 24

Leaning up our act. School foodservice journal 39(8): 74-75

Learn how to promote nutrition. School foodservice journal 42(10): 38-39

Learned predictions of error likelihood in the anterior cingulate cortex. Science 307(5712): 1118-1121

Learner objectives for a education curriculum: part one identification and priority ranking. Journal of nutrition education: 10(2) 63-65

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Learning about environments: the significance of primal landscapes. Environmental Management 38(3): 426-434

Learning about alcohol drinking attitudes and motivations by examining the vocabulary of drunkenness. Journal of health education 22(3): 195-196

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Learning international connections. Forecast for the home economist 32(3): 40-41

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Learning to live with disposables. Staff and welfare caterer: 20,22

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Learning unit prices in a new currency. International journal of consumer studies 30(6): 591-597

Learning: Doing what can come naturally. Training and development journal 37(8): 70

Lease or purchase farmland?. Extension bulletin Washington State University Cooperative Extension Service: 81 (0881)

Leasing foodservice equipment may be a cost-effective option. Independent restaurants 46(3): 68

Leasing land for cash grain. VAE Virginia agricultural economics Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Cooperative Extension Service: (299) 1-3

Least cost livestock production rations. Southern journal of agricultural economics: 6(2) 41-45

Least cost machine sizes for cereal tillage and seeding in the Maritimes. Canadian farm economics: 12(5) 11-19

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Least-cost balanced dairy rations, NEWPLAN program 31, form 4, a computer program users' manual. AE Ext Department of Agricultural Economics New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences: 80 (80-25)

Least-cost formulation improves quality, saves 2-5 cents. Food processing 40(3): 124-126

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Lectin and alliinase are the predominant proteins in nectar from leek (Allium porrum L.) flowers. Planta 201(3): 298-302

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Legacy of the chameleon: Edible wild plants in the kindom of Swaziland, southern Africa. Cultural, ecological, nutritional study. Part II- Demographics, species availability and dietary use, analysis by ecological zone. Ecology of food and nutrition7(1): 1-30

Legacy of the chameleon: Edible wild plants in the kingdom of Swaziland, southern Africa. A Cultural, ecological, nutritional study. Part I - Introduction, objectives, methods, Swazi culture, landscape and diet. Ecology of food and nutrition6(3): 193-208

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Legal and policy considerations in treatment of anorexia nervosa patients. International journal of eating disorders(4): 43-51

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Legal aspects of sensory analysis. Food technology 44(11): 168

Legal aspects of specious dietary claims. Journal of the Canadian Dietetic Association 44(1): 12-25

Legal aspects of use and development of wildlife resources on private lands: Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas. Publication Great Plains Agricultural Council: (103)

Legal clearance anticipated for new non-caloric sweetner with high temperature stability. Prepared foods 153(5): 165

Legal considerations concerning food irradiation. Food technology 37(2): 38-42

Legal entanglements common to Alabama farmers. Bulletin Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station: 82 (542)

Legal entanglements common to farmers. Journal of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers 47(2): 51-55

Legal impediments to utilizing groundwater as a municipal water supply source in karst terrain in the United States. Environmental geology 42(5): 532-537

Legal requirements for the use of phytopharmaceutical drugs in the Federal Republic of Germany. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 32(1-3): 225-229

Leghemoglobin in Lupin Plants (Lupinus albus cv Multolupa). Plant Physiology 90(2): 452-457

Legionella confirmation using real-time PCR and SYTO9 is an alternative to current methodology. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71(12): 8944-8948

Legionella contamination in hot water of Italian hotels. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71(10): 5805-5813

Legionella species diversity in an acidic biofilm community in Yellowstone National Park. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71(1): 507-511

Legionella anisa, a possible indicator of water contamination by Legionella pneumophila. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 44(1): 56-59

Legionella pneumophila - a human pathogen that co-evolved with fresh water protozoa. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 64(4): 432-448

Legionella pneumophila evades gamma interferon-mediated growth suppression through interleukin-10 induction in bone marrow-derived macrophages. Infection and Immunity 73(5): 2709-2717

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Legionella pneumophila Mip, a surface-exposed peptidylproline cis-trans-isomerase, promotes the presence of phospholipase C-like activity in culture supernatants. Infection and Immunity 74(9): 5152-5160

Legionella pneumophila NudA Is a Nudix hydrolase and virulence factor. Infection and Immunity 73(10): 6567-6576

Legionnaires' disease: concentrations of selenium and other elements. Science 206(4425): 1426-1427

Legislation 1985. School foodservice journal 38(6): 34-35

Legislation moves commodities-CLOC issue forward. School foodservice journaly 41(6): 22-23

Legislation redefines poverty, Who is Poor. Nutrition week0, 14(37): 4-5

Legislation, control and research in the Nordic countries on plastics for packaging food. Food Additives and Contaminants 11(2): 241-248

Legislative and policy limits to successful integrated pest management in Canada's forests. Forestry chronicle 67(5): 493-499

Legislative and policy strategies for supporting rural health network development: lessons from the 103rd Congress. Journal of Rural Health 11(1): 22-31

Legislative highlights: revised school breakfast pattern finalized. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 89(7): 910

Legislative update, 1983. Agricultural economics miscellaneous report Department of Agricultural Economics North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station: 983 (65)

Legislators debate nutrition monitoring. Nutrition week, 16(27): 4-5

Legume and cereal starches--why differences in digestibility? II. Isolation and characterization of starches from rice (O. sativa) and ragi (finger millet, E. coracana). Carbohydrate polymers8(2): 153-158

Legume carotenoids. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 26(2): 137-155

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Legumes as nitrate catch during the dry-to-wet transition in lowland rice cropping systems. Agronomy Journal 86(2): 267-273

Legumes offer potential food sources. Food product development 15(7): 20-21,24

Leiophron argentinensis shaw (Hemenoptera: Braconidae): a new species of parasitoid from Argentina and Paraguay - information on life history and potential for controlling Lygus bugs (Hemiptera: Miridae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 96(6): 834-846

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Leishmania donovani requires functional Cdc42 and Rac1 to prevent phagosomal maturation. Infection and Immunity 74(5): 2613-2618

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Leishmania major modulates chemokine and chemokine receptor expression by dendritic cells and affects their migratory capacity. Infection and Immunity 73(4): 2564-2567

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Leishmania pifanoi amastigotes avoid macrophage production of superoxide by inducing heme degradation. Infection and Immunity 73(12): 8322-8333

Leishmania tropica in Czechoslovakia. Case report. Ceskoslovenska Dermatologie 56(5): 297-301

Leishmania-macrophage cellular and molecular interactions in vitro. Microbiology 80-383

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Leishmanial infections: a consideration in travellers returning from abroad. American Journal of the Medical Sciences 285(2): 32-40

Leishmaniasis eco-epidemiology in the Alpujarra region (Granada Province, southern Spain). International Journal for Parasitology 26(3): 303-310

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Leishmaniasis in The Gambia. 2. A study of possible vectors and animal reservoirs, with the first report of a case of canine leishmaniasis in The Gambia. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 77(2): 143-148

Leishmaniasis in The Gambia. I. A case of cutaneous leishmaniasis and a case of visceral leishmaniasis. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 77(3): 298-302

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Leisure book reading and purchasing: an analysis of Turkish consumers. International journal of consumer studies 30(4): 378-388

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Let the show begin!. School foodservice journal 38(3): 119-120

Let the sunshine in. School foodservice and nutrition 54(5): 34-36

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Let them eat Entenmann's. Nutrition action health letter 17(3): 10-11

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Letting the chips fall where they may. Tufts University diet and nutrition letter 14(1): 2-3

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