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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 14071

Chapter 14071 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Hormones as aids to increased production-a review. Vet. Rec, 69: 537-541

Hormones corticotropes et cortico-surrenales dans les infections a helminthes. Journal of Helminthology R. T. Leiper Supplement. 93-100

Hormones for blossom thinning on apple trees. Vict. hort. Dig, Melbourne, 62: 9, 23; 72

Hormones in beef cattle. J. Dept. Agric. S. Austral, 61: 561-564

Hormones in blood. Hormones in blood viii+655p

Hormones in meat production. Outlook Agric, 1: 230-234

Hormones in pollen of the potato plant. Bodenkultur. 8: 4, 349-51. bibl. 5

Hormones new and old. Veterinary Record 73: 111-118

Hormones of female reproduction. Aust. vet. J, 37: 407-415

Hormones promoting the flowering of plants. Biol. Zbl, 77: 641-62. bibl. 72

Hormonpreparater mot teinung.. Skogeieren, 43: 153-154

Horn cancer in bovines of Western India. Indian Vet Jour 40(47): 216-221

Horn fly and face fly control studies with Dow M-1816. Jour Eeon Entomol 55(5): 816-817

Horn fly control by the pour-on technique using Ruelene or toxaphene. Jour Econ Ent 54(6): 1101-1104

Horn fly control by the use of insecticidal dusts in self-applicating devices. Jour Econ Ent 51(6): 795-798

Horn fly control by the use of inseoticidal dusts in self-applicating devices. J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis., 51: 6, 795-798

Horn fly control on beef cattle by the use of cable rubbers. Jour Econ Entomol 56(2): 230-234

Horn fly control studies in Mississippi, 1961. Jour Econ Entomol 56(3): 258-261

Horn fly control with Bayer 21/199. Agric Chemicals 14(2): 53-127

Hornbeam mites (Eotetranychus carpini) in the vineyards of Ticino. Rev. romande Agric. Vitic, 16: 29-31. bibl. 4

Horned-ness and polledness in sheep. I. The inheritance of polledness in the Merino. Aust. J. agric. Res, 11: 427-438

Horned-ness and polledness in sheep. II. The inheritance of horns in Merino ewes. Aust. J. agric. Res, 11: 618-627

Horned-ness and polledness in sheep. IV. Triple alieles affecting horn growth in the Merino. Aust. J. agric. Res, 12: 353-361

Hornedness and polledness in sheep. III. The inheritance of horns in Dorset Horn ewes. Australian Jour Agric Res 11(5): 845-850

Hornedness and polledness in sheep. V. Some effects of the horn alieles on characters in the Merino. Aust. J. agric. Res, 12: 483-497

Horney agriculture: intercrop of cassava and bean in Oxisol in the Brejo Paraibano Region, Paraiba State, Brazil. Revista Agropecuaria Tecnica 26(2): 93-97

Hornlessness, its inheritance and consequences in goat breeding. Tierzuchter. 8: 296; 301

Hornlessness, its inheritance and effects in sheep breeding. Fortpflanzung, 6: 31-33

Horns as an indication of the age of cows. Meld. Norg. LandbrHogsk, 37: 3, 25

Horns-off movement is spreading. Fmr & Stk-Breed., North. Ed, 70: 3454, 64-65

Hornworm trapping test is underway. Agric. Res., Wash, 11: 1, 15

Horse blood groups and hemolytic disease of the newborn foal. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 97: 235-250

Horse breeding. C. R. Acad. Agric. Fr, 43: 168-171

Horse breeding. C.R. Acad. Agric. Fr, 44: 187

Horse breeding. Horse breeding, Warsaw: State Publishers of Agriculture and Forestry., 1: xvi+ 930. Price: Zl. 140.00,

Horse breeding in 1962.. Rev. Agric, Brux., 16: 1199-1224

Horse breeding in Belgium. Rev. Agric, Brux., 14: 295-331

Horse breeding in Czechoslovakia. Konevodstvo. 27: 8, 41-47

Horse breeding in Dagestan. Konevodstvo. 28: 11, 25-27

Horse breeding in Estonia. Konevodstvo. 28: 6, 26-28

Horse breeding in Hungary. Konevodstvo. 28: 3, 37-43

Horse breeding. Vol. II. Hodowla koni. Tom II, Warsaw: Panstwowe Wydawnictwo Rolnicze i Lesne., xii + 668. Price: Zl. 120. 00,

Horse chestnut leaf miner. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 101(1): 39-41

Horse chestnuts and buckeyes now supplanted. Amer. Nurserym, 115: 11, 11 ; 44-9

Horse haulage of timber. Julk., Metsateho, Helsinki. 33, 141 + 5

Horse numbers in the German Federal Republic. Tierarztl. Umsch, 13: 99

Horse parasites and their control. SWest. Vet, 16: 1, 31-35

Horse tick fever. Aerie. Rev, Wash, 11: 10, 6-7

Horse, pig and sheep breeding in Hungary. Tierzucht. 14: 17-21

Horse-chestnut trees in the Macedonian People's Republic.. God. Zborn. zemjodel.-sumarsk. Fak. Univ. Skopje : Zemjod. (Ann. Rep. Fac. Agric. For. Univ. Skopje : Agric.). 12: 49-50

Horse-radish cultivation. Kert. Szol. 7: 3, 16-17

Horse-serum shock in 33 cattle. Berl. Munch. tierarztl. Wschr, 71: 141-144

Horsebreeding and heredity : abortion, stillbirth and disease in foals. Pap. 3rd int. Congr. Anim. Reprod, Camb, Sect. 2, 88-90

Horsenettle and Osbome's cyst nematode-two undescribed nematodes occurring in Virginia. Phytopathology. 52: 8, 743

Horsetail. Res. Rep.Nat. Weed Comm.W.Sect, 27-28

Horsetail (Equisetum palustre L.). A monograph of practical use in agriculture.. Thesis, Inst. f. Kulturtech, u. Grunlandwirtsch., tech. Univ. Berlin. 133. bibl. 363

Horsetail-a poison to livestock.. Tidskr. Lantm. Andelsfolk, 17/18, 423-9

Horsetails in meadows cause trouble. Forsok och Forskn, 20: 6, 41-3

Horsford's The Army Ration in 1864. (Library Bull. Suppl. 1). Horsford's The Army Ration in 1864. Chicago: Quartermaster Res. & Eng. Command, U.S. Army, 42

Horticul- tural crops. Res.Rep.E.Sect. Nat.Weed Comm.Canada, 55-70

Horticultural Advance. Hort. Advance, 1: 105. Price: Rs. 15.00 (abroad) or Rs. 12.00 (inland),

Horticultural Colour Chart.. Musterschmidt-Verlag, Gottingen. Berlin, Frankfurt, Price: $30, S. Fr. 133,

Horticultural Experiment Station and Products Laboratory. The first fifty years, 1906-1936. Horticultural Experiment Station and Products Laboratory. The first fifty years . Ontario Department of Agriculture., 76

Horticultural Guide for The Netherlands, 1963. Tuinbouwgids. 767. Price: fl. 9.50,

Horticultural Guide for the Netherlands, 1962. Tuinhouwgids, 1961. 728. Price: fl. 9.50,

Horticultural Guide for the Netherlands, 1964. Tuinbouwgids 1963. 707. Price: fl. 9.50

Horticultural Research. Hort. Res, Vol. 1: 1, 64. Price: 25s,

Horticultural Research Record No. 1. Publ. N.S.W. Dep. Agric. Div. Hort, 63

Horticultural Research Record No. 2. Publ. N.S. W. Dep. Agric. Div. Hort, 59

Horticultural Research Record No. 3-1959. Horticultural Research Record No. 3, 82

Horticultural Research, Animal Report 1960. Horticultural Research, Animal Report, 1961. 396

Horticultural Research, Annual Report 1955. Tuinbouwkundig Onderzoek, Jaarverslag, Ministry of Agriculture, The Hague, 479

Horticultural Research, Annual Report 1956. Tuinbouwkundig Onderzoek, Jaarverslag, Ministry of Agriculture, The Hague, 348

Horticultural Research, Annual Report 1961. Tuinbouwkundig Onderzoek, Jaarverslag, 1962. 433

Horticultural Research, Annual Report 1962. Tuinbouwkundig Onderzoek, Jaarverslag, 1963. 398

Horticultural Research, Annual Report, 1957. Tuinbouwkundig Onderzoek, Jaarverslag, Ministry of Agriculture, The Hague, 327

Horticultural Yearbook 1955. Arbog for Gartneri S. L. Mllers Bogtrykkeri, Copenhagen, 242. Price: Kr. 5

Horticultural Yearbook 1956. Horticultural Yearbook, S. L. Mllers Bogtrykkeri, Copenhagen, 260. Price: Kr. 5,

Horticultural Yearbook 1957. Horticultural Yearbook, S. L. Mollers Bogtrykkeri, Copenhagen, 234. Price: Kr. 5,

Horticultural and Research notes. Report of the Nyah Woorinen enquiry committee, 1956. Aust. dried Fruits News, 31: 4, 49-54

Horticultural and research notes. Aust. dried Fruit News, 38: 1, 80-82; 84-91

Horticultural and research notes. Research in Western Australia. Aust. dried Fruits News, 32: 1, 18-28; 30-31; 33-35

Horticultural applications of gibberellic acid. Proefschr. Landb-Hoogesch. Wageningen. 84

Horticultural aspects of jojoba. Fruit Var. hort. Dig, 16: 32-4. bibl. 4

Horticultural aspects of the raising of tomatoes in artificial light.. Proc. 16th int. hort. Congr, Brussels, 1: 126 p

Horticultural book-keeping. Part I: Elements of book-keeping. Gartnerische Buchfuhrung. Teil I. Grundlagen der Buchfuhrung, Berlin: Parey., 2nd revised ed,

Horticultural breeding work in Hungary, with special reference to the work of the Institute of Plant Breeding in Fertod. Bericht uber die Arbeitstagung der "Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Saatzuchtleiter" im Rahmen der "Vereinigung osterreichischer Saatgutzuchter" gehalten vom 27. bis 29. November 1962 in Gumpenstein, 1962. 160-81

Horticultural climatology at the National Vegetable Research Station. Weather, 12: 218-22. bibl. 10

Horticultural crops. Germ plasm resources, No. 66; Bailey Bros. & Swinfen, Ltd., London, 91-102. Price: 100s

Horticultural crops (a) Vegetables. Res.Rep.E.Sect.Nat.Weed Comm. Canada, 63-82

Horticultural crops - (a) Vegetables and sugar beet. Res.Rep.W.Sect.Nat. Weed Comm.Canada, 94-105

Horticultural crops and sugar beet. Res. Rep.Nat.Weed Comm.W.Sect, 101-118

Horticultural crops and sugar beets. Res. Rep. W. Sect. Nat. Weed Ctte., Canada, 101-6

Horticultural crops and sugar beets. Res. Rep. W. Sect. Nat. Weed Cttee., Canada. 145-57

Horticultural crops, fruits and ornamentals. Res. Rep. W. Sect. Nat. Weed Cttee., Canada, 107-113

Horticultural crops. (a) Vegetables. Res. Rep. E. Sect. Nat. Weed Comm, Canada, 37-55

Horticultural crops. (b) Fruits, flowers and ornamentals. Res.Rep.W.Sect. Nat.Weed Comm.Canada, 106-12

Horticultural crops. (b) Fruits, flowers and ornamentals.. Res.Rep. W.Sect.Nat.Weed Comm.Canada, 105-12

Horticultural crops. a) Vegetables and flowers. Res. Rep. East. Sect. Nat. Weed Comm, 19-31

Horticultural crops: weeds and synthetic herbicides. Agricoltura, 10: 3, 69-74

Horticultural developments with electricity. Comm. Gr, 3452, 480-3

Horticultural economics. Mimeogr. Rep., Univ. of Cambridge, Farm Econ. Branch. Jan, 57, 23

Horticultural engineering. Horticultural engineering, Eugen Ulmer, Stuttgart, 310. Price: DM. 16.80, bibl. 95

Horticultural engineering in Europe. Gartenwelt, 56: 235-53

Horticultural forms of Thuya and Chamaecyparis.. Trav. Lab. For. Toulouse. 1(6): art. 5, 16

Horticultural guide 1958. Min. Landb, 752. bibl

Horticultural guide for the Netherlands, 1957. Tuinbouwgids, The Hague, Netherlands, 802

Horticultural guide for the Netherlands, 1958. Tuinbouwgids The Hague, Netherlands, 752. Price: fl. 7,

Horticultural guide for the Netherlands, 1960. Horticultural guide for the Netherlands The Hague, Netherlands, 680. Price: fl. 8.50

Horticultural guide for the Netherlands, 1961. Horticultural guide for the Netherlands The Hague, Netherlands, 697. Price: fl. 8.50,

Horticultural guide, 1956. Uitgave der Directie van de Tuinbouw, Den Haag., 764. Price: f 5

Horticultural guide, 1957. Tuinbouwgids, Uitgave der Directie van de Tuinbouw, Den Haag, xvi + 802. Price: f. 6

Horticultural management. N.A.A.S. quart. Rev, 11: 126-31. bibl. 4

Horticultural management: partial soil sterilization. Farm Management Notes. Nottingham, Autumn. 24: 25-31

Horticultural methods and the quality of vines.. Vinodelie Vinogradarstvo SSSR (Winemak. & Vitic. USSR). 4, 14-17

Horticultural perlite for Texas gardens. Texas agric. Progr, 7: 6, 3-6

Horticultural pests: detection and control Crosby Lockwood, London, 3rd revised edition. Horticultural pests: detection and control Crosby Lockwood, London, 3rd revised edition, 240. Price: 25s, bibl. 22

Horticultural pests: detection and control. Third edition revised by P. BECKER. Horticultural pests: detection and control. Third edition revised by P. BECKER, London, Crosby Lockwood & Son, Ltd., -8 3/4 x 5 1/2 in., xix + 240. Price: 1 5

Horticultural plant breeding in the Netherlands. Euphytica 6(1): 11-13

Horticultural plants of China and the possibility of their utilization in the USSR.. Subtrop. Kul't. (Subtrop. Cult.), 2, 104-11

Horticultural recommendations for the Peace River region of British Columbia. Publ. Dep. Agric. B.C, 8

Horticultural recommendations for the Skeena River valley of British Columbia. Publ. Dep. Agric. B.C, H.C.99: 17

Horticultural research notes on gibberellic acid. Lasca Leaves, 7: 26-8. bibl. 4

Horticultural research throughout the world. Chron. Hort, 1: 27-32; 44-52

Horticultural research throughout the world. New Zealand. Chron. Hon, 3: 49-50

Horticultural research throughout the world. U.S.S.R. Chron. Hort, 3: 56-8

Horticultural research. Annual report, 1956. Directie van de Tuinbouw en het Tuinbouwonderwijs 's-Gravenhage. 348

Horticultural research. Annual report, 1958.. Tuinbouwkundig onderzoek. Jaarverslag, Directie van de Tuinbouw en het Tuinbouwonderwijs.,'s-Gravenhage., 1958. 351

Horticultural research. Annual report, 1959. Horticultural research. Annual report Directie van de Tuinbouw, 's-Gravenhage, Netherlands., 365

Horticultural research. Annual report, 1960. Directie van de Tuinbouw, 's-Graven-hage, 396

Horticultural research. Annual report, 1961. Directie Tuinbouw, 's-Gravenhage, 433

Horticultural research. Annual report, 1962. Tuinbouwkundig onderzoek. Jaarverslag, Directie Tuinbouw, 's-Gravenhage, xli + 398

Horticultural research. Annual report, 1963. Tuinbouwkundig onderzoek. Jaarverslag, Directie Coordinatie Onderzoek,'s-Gravenhage, Netherlands: 1963. xxxviii + 337

Horticultural science. Horticultural science xi+372p Illus

Horticultural seeds. Ripening of seeds of tree fruit species. Sementi elette. 5: 1, 65-6

Horticultural survey of the sphere of influence of the chief markets of Buenos Aires; basic aspects of Argentine horticulture. Idia. Buenos Aires, 158: 19-40

Horticultural uses of the substituted urea herbicides. Agric. vet. Chemic, 1: 148-50; 152. bibl. 4

Horticultural work at the Puri Research Station. Augsne un Raza Riga, 7: 88-91

Horticulture. Rep. Progr. appl. Chem, 41: 525-534

Horticulture. Horticulture, 112-14

Horticulture. Agric. Res., Wash, 11: 3, 4-5

Horticulture. Report of the Agricultural Department, University College, Dublin, for the year 63. 1963. 54-58

Horticulture and the Common Market. J. agr. Econ, Reading, Dec. 15: 2, 252-263

Horticulture and viticulture in Turkmenistan.. Sad i Ogorod (Gdn. & Veg. Gdn.), 12, 31-33

Horticulture at the Nikita State Botanic Garden.. Sadovodstvo (Horticulture), 9, 5-7

Horticulture at the White Russian Agricultural Academy.. Trud. Belorussk. sel'skohozjajstv. Akad. (Trans. White Russ. agric. Acad.), 26: 2, 117-20

Horticulture in Bulgaria.. Vestn. sel'skohozjajstv. Nauk. (Rep. agric. Sci.), 5, 103-06

Horticulture in Canterbury. Plant propagation studies. N.Z. Gdnr. 17: 25-6

Horticulture in Madeira. Agriculture, Lond., 63: 327-30

Horticulture in Morocco. Terr e maroc, 7-47

Horticulture in the 60's. A policy statement issued by the National Farmers' Union. Horticulture in the 60's. A policy statement issued by the National Farmers' Union, London: N.F.U. ?. 30

Horticulture in the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic.. Sadovodstvo (Horticulture). 1, 32-33

Horticulture in the Estonian SSR.. Sadovodstvo (Horticulture), 2, 1-2

Horticulture in the German Federal Republic. Der Gartenbau in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Hiltrup: Landwirtschaftsverlag, 2nd ed, 76. Price: DM 5,80

Horticulture in the Kirgizian SSR and ways of promoting it.. Sad i Ogorod (Gdn. & Veg. Gdn.). 8, 27-33

Horticulture in the Korean People's Democratic Republic.. Sad i Ogorod (Gdn. & Veg. Gdn.). 2, 68-69

Horticulture in the Tien-shan mountains.. Sad i Ogorod (Gdn. & Veg. Gdn.), 7, 69 p

Horticulture in the Urals.. Sad i Ogorod (Gdn. & Veg. Gdn.). 11, 22-25

Horticulture in the province of Sahalin.. Sadovodstvo (Horticulture), 8, 11 p

Horticulture laboratory manual. Horticulture laboratory manual, Burgess Publ. Co., Minneapolis, Minn., Price: $2.25

Horticulture under screens at the Ail-Union Agricultural Exhibition.. Kartofel' i Ovosci (Potato & Vegetables), 8: 1, 31-32

Horticulture-change to progress. E.D.A. Rural Electricity Conf, Univ. Nottingham, J1-J18 p. bibl. 5

Horticulture.. Fmg S. Afr, 31: 84-7, 95

Horticulture. Cmnd. 880. Horticulture. Cmnd. 880, London: H.M.S.O., Nov. Price: 9d

Horticulture. I. Breeding. Research Report of the Coffee Research Station, Lyamungu, Tanganyika 1963. 14-15

Horticulture. Small fruits. Wash. St. Res. Progr, 9, 3-6

Horticulture. Tree fruits. Wash. St. Res. Progr, 9, 6-7

Horticulture. Vegetables. Wash. St. Res. Progr, 9, 1-2

Horticulturists conduct crabgrass control studies. Bull. 481 (Pt 2 and 3) Ann. Rep. W. Virginia Univ. Agric. Exp. Sta, 5; 10

Hospital admission for accidental pesticide poisoning among adults of working age in England, 1998-2003. Clinical Toxicology 45(5): 594-597

Hospital mortality rates of infants with birth weight less than or equal to 1,500 g in the northeast of Brazil. Jornal de Pediatria 83(1): 27-32

Hospitality service failures: who will be more dissatisfied?. International Journal of Hospitality Management 26(3): 531-545

Host Finding of Choetospila elegans Westw. (Hym. Chalcid.) a Parasite of Sitophilus granarius L. (Coleopt. Curcul.). Ent. exp. appl, Amsterdam, 1: 3, 174-180

Host Plant Location by Larvae of the Wheat Bulb Fly (Leptohylemyia coarctata Fallen). Proc. R. ent. Soc. Lond, London, 33: pt. 1-3, 1-8

Host Range and Transmission of the Pea Enation Mosaic Virus. J. econ. Ent, Menasha, Wis., 50: 6, 770-775

Host Specificity of Rhipicephalus sanguineus (Latreille) and R. secundus Feldman-Muhsam in Israel. Bull. ent. Res, London, 47: pt. 1, 43-45

Host Susceptibility to Paralysis by the Tick Dermacentor andersoni Stiles (Acarina: Ixodidae). Canad. Ent, Ottawa, 90: 7, 421-424

Host alternation of Aphis frangulae between Rhamnus frangula and potato.. Anz. Schandlingsk, 34: 7, 106-10

Host and location preference for oviposition by the Spruce budworm, Choristoneura fumiferana (Clem.), (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae). Dissert. Abstr, 23: 5, 1474

Host and parasite relationships in experimental moniliasis: I. Candida albicans. Mycopathologia. 10: 269-282

Host bark characteristics and infection by Hypo-xylon pruinatum (Klot.) Cke. For. Sci, 5: 3, 255-258

Host defence against disseminated Candida albicans infection and implications for antifungal immunotherapy. Expert Opinion on Biological Therapy 6(9): 891-903

Host defence versus intraspecific competition in the regulation of infrapopulations of the flea Xenopsylla conformis on its rodent host Meriones crassus. International Journal for Parasitology 37(8-9): 919-925

Host effects on the lipid fraction of Hymenolepis diminuta. Journal of Parasitology 43(5): 521-526

Host finding by aphids in the field. I. Gynoparae of Myzus persicae (Sulzer). Ann. appl. Biol, London, 47: 3, 410-423

Host finding by aphids in the field. II. Aphis fabae Scop. (gynoparae) and Brevicoryne brassicae L.; with a re-appraisal of the role of host-finding behaviour in virus spread. Ann. appl. Biol, London, 47: 3, 424-444

Host fungus index for the Pacific Northwest. I. Hosts. II. Fungi. Sta. Circ. Wash, agric. Exp. Sta, 335: 127; 336; 237

Host growth related to population density of the Columbian timber beetle. Proceedings, North Central Branch, Entomological Society of America, Lexington, Kentucky. 18: 68

Host index and morphological characterization of the grass rusts of the world. Plant Dis. Reptr, 237: Suppl, 52

Host index of Verticillium albo-atram Reinke & Berth, (including Verticillium dahliae Kleb.). Plant Dis. Reptr, Suppl, 244: 24-49

Host infection of Pellicularia filamentosa controlled by chemical stimuli. Nature. Lond., 179: 4552, 204-205

Host Influence On The Density Of Newcastle Disease Virus (Ndv). Virology 20: 545-551

Host list of fungi etc. recorded in the South East Asia and Pacific Region. Colocasia antiquorum-Taro; Dioscorea spp.-Yam; Manihot utilissima-Cassava. Tech. Docum. F.A.O. Plant Prot. Comm. S.E. Asia, 33: part I, 3

Host list of fungi etc. recorded in the South East Asia and Pacific Region. Musa spp.-Banana; Musa textilis-Abaca. Tech. Docum. F.A.O. Plant Prot. Comm. S.E. Asia, 26: part 1, 3

Host list of fungi etc. recorded in the South East Asia and Pacific Region. Theobroma cacao-Cacao. Tech. Docum. F.A.O. Plant Prot. Comm. S.E. Asia. 11, 1-2

Host list of insects recorded in the South East Asia and Pacific Region, Oil palm. Elaeis guineensis. 17 [pt

Host list of insects recorded in the South East Asia and Pacific Region. Hevea brasiliensis-Rubber. Tech. Docum. FAO Plant Prot. Comm. S.E. Asia. Bangkok, 7: pt. 2, 2

Host list of insects recorded in the South East Asia and Pacific Region. Theobroma cacao- -Cacao. Tech. Docum. FAO Plant Prot. Comm. S.E. Asia. Bangkok, 11: pt. 2, 8

Host list of plant diseases in the New Hebrides. Tech, Docum. F.A.O. Plant Prot. Comm, S.E. Asia, 27: 9

Host list of the root rot fungus, Armillaria mellea. Hilgardia 33(2): 25-88

Host lists of Kenya fungi and bacteria. Mycol. Pap. Commonw. Mycol. Inst, 81, 46

Host nutrition and attack by fungal parasites. Phytopath 46(8): 445-456

Host nutrition in relation to Phytophthora root rot of Avocado seedlings. Phytopathology. 48: 3, 144-148

Host of the overwintering generation of Trichogramma evanescens Westw. (Hym. Trichogrammidae). Ent. mon. Mag, 92: 1110, 368

Host pathogen interaction of the genes for resistance in Hordeum vulgare and for pathogenicity in Erysiphe graminis f.sp. hordei. Phytopathology. 49: 8, 469-472

Host pathogen relations in powdery mildew of Barley. II. Changes in respiratory pattern. Aust. J. biol. Sci, 9: 1, 37-44

Host pathogen relationships with the tomato anthracnose disease. Proceedings of Plant Science Seminar, Camden, New Jersey, 1960. 37-56

Host plant and distribution records of some insects in New Guinea and adjacent islands. Pacific Insects 2(3): 255-261

Host plant preference of cereal aphids in the field in relation to the ecology of barley yellow dwarf virus. Ent Exptl Et Appl 4(1): 62-72

Host plant preference of the six-spotted leafhopper. Jour Econ Entomol 55(6): 998-999

Host plant preference of the soybean pod borer, Grapholitha glicinivorella Matsumura (Lep., Eucosmidae). 1. Opposition site. Ent. exp. appl, Amsterdam, 3: 1, 38-47

Host plant records and biology of aphids on cereal grains and grasses in Manitoba (Homoptera: Aphididae). Canad. Ent, Ottawa, 95: 2, 134-137

Host plants and distribution ot some grey weevil species of the tribe Celeuthetini in Netherlands New Guinea. Papua New Guinea agric. J, Port Moresby, 15: 1-2, 33-37

Host plants of Beet yellows virus. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst (Braunschweig). Stuttgart, 8: 3, 41-43

Host plants of Plum line pattern virus in central and north German orchards and nurseries. Phytopath. Z, 35: 3, 277-291

Host plants of the Tomato bushy stunt virus (Marmor dodecahedron Holmes). Z. PflKrcmkh, 65: 2, 80-89

Host plants of the nematode causing root nodules, M. arenaria thamesi, Chitwood 1952. Agron. trop., Venezuela. 12: 13-33

Host preference for oviposition by the spruce budworm in the Lake States. Jour Econ Entomol 56(3): 285-288

Host preference of A. pharoensis females under laboratory conditions. J. Egypt. publ. Hlth Ass, Cairo, 38: 4,

Host preference of miracidia of Paragunimus ohircd Miyazaki, 1939 among three species of snails of the genus Assiminea. Kyushu Journal of Medical Science. 12: 3, 99-106

Host range and bioassay of field soil for Cylindrocladium scoparium. Phytopathology, 52: 8, 726 p

Host range and damage by the grass mealybug, Heterococcus graminicola. Jour Econ Ent 53(5): 737-740

Host range and host reactions as diagnostic criteria in Synchytrium. Science, 130: 3386, 1418

Host range and insect transmission of tobacco yellow-net virus. Indian Jour Microbiol 2(1): 21-24

Host range and physical properties of a virus causing mosaic symptoms and necrosis on Chillies (Capsicum annuum L.). Indian J. Microbiol. 3: 2, 77-84

Host range and preference. Rep. W. Afr. Timb. Borer Res. Unit 58. 1959. 11, 13-7

Host range and properties of some isolates of the Potato virus group F with regard to their action against American Potato varieties. Z. Acker-u. PflBau, 115: 1, 21-29

Host range and transmission of the pea enation mosaic virus. Jour Econ Ent 50(6): 770-775

Host range of Rice yellow mottle virus in Sudano-Sahelian savannahs. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences 10(9): 1414-1421

Host range of Trichodorus sp. and its host-parasite relationships on tomato. Phytopathology, 48: 8, 469

Host range of Wheat striate virus. Biol. Plant. Acad. Sci. bohemosl, 3: 4, 277-284

Host range of a species of Trichodona and its host-parasite relationships on tomato. Phytopathology, 47: 5, 295-298

Host range of an Illinois population of the stem nematode. (Ditylenchus dipsaci) isolated from onion. Nematologica. Leiden, 9: 305-12

Host range of the aecidial stage of Puccinia hordei Otth. Melhoramento, 13: 161-88

Host range of the violet root rot fungus, Helicobasidium purpureum Pat. Trans Brit Mycol Soc 45(4): 488-494

Host range of tuberrot eelworm (Ditylenchus destructor). Irish J. agric. Res, 1: 2, 109-14. bibl. 10

Host range of two strains of the cereal yellow-dwarf virus. Plant Dis Reporter 41(9): 730-734

Host range ofcereal root eelworm (Heterodera major O. Schmidt 1930). Agricultural Record, Dublin, 13: 13-15, 17

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