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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 14352

Chapter 14352 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Aquatic weed control using grass carp. J. Fish Biol, 1: 27-30. Bibl. 13

Aquatic weed control with a new controlled release aquatic herbicide system. Hyacinth Control J, M Co., Pompano Beach, Florida 33064, 8: 2, 21-2. Bibl. 43

Aquatic weed control-year around maintenance. Hyacinth Control J, 7, 6

Aquatic weed harvester operational report. Proc. sth Weed Conf, 1966. 477-9

Aquatic weed harvesting- effects and costs. Hyacinth Control J, Aquamarine Corp., Waukesha, Wisconsin, 8: 2, 37-9. bibl. 5

Aquatic weed problems in Thailand. Abstr. Meet. Weed Sci. Soc. Am, 39-40

Aquatic weed problems of India and suggested method of attack. Proc. 2nd Weed Control Seminar ,; organised by Dep. Agron., Punjab Agric. Univ., Hissar, 27

Aquatic weed research from the standpoint of water supply human, livestock and industrial. Proc. 18th sth. Weed Control Conf, 479-81

Aquatic weed research navigation and flood control. Proc. 18th sth. Weed Control Conf, 475-8. bibl. 5

Aquatic weed research. Recreation, boating, fishing and swimming. Proc. 18th sth. Weed Control Conf, 488-9

Aquatic weed studies in Virginia farm ponds. Proc. NEast Weed Control Conf, 1965. 445-8. Bibl.1

Aquatic weeds. Jber. dt. PflSchDnst., 1964. 11: 346

Aquatic weeds. Jber. dt. PflSchDnst., 1965. 391

Aquatic weeds. Jber. dt. PflSchDienst 1968. 359

Aquatic weeds and man's well.being. Hyacinth Control J, 7, 7-11. Bibl. 36

Aquatic weeds and water pollution. Hyacinth Control J, Florida Dept. of Air and Water Pollution Control, Tallahassee, 8: 2, 48-9

Aquatic weeds of Lake Seminole, Jim Woodruff reservoir. Hyacinth Control I, 7, 18-20

Aquatic weeds, especially in open ditches, and their control with herbicides. Grundforbattring, 18: 1, 1-63. bibl. 70

Aqueous acetone extraction of cottonseed. J Amer Oil Chem Soc 44(7): 460-464

Aqueous ammonia as an agent for the partial sterilization of soil. Pochvovedenie, 6, 63-71

Aqueous ammonia as fertilizer for oriental tobacco. Pochv. Agrokhim, 1: 1, 87-94

Aqueous ammonia compared with other nitrogenous fertilizers as solids ana solutions on grass. J. agric. Sci., Camb, 71: 195-203

Aqueous ammonia- an effective nitrogenous fertilizer on leached chernozems. Sb. nauchno-issled. Rab. orlov. gos. sel'.-khoz. opyt. Sta, 193

Aqueous humor penetration of several antibiotics in the dog. American Journal of Veterinary Research 31(1): 43-49

Aqueous humour vitamin B12 and intramuscular cobalamins. British Journal of Ophthalmology 53(12): 854-857

Aqueous iodine solution against dictyocauliasis in donkeys. Trudy uzbek. nauchmo-issled. Inst. vet, 17: 74-79

Aqueous solubility of alkylamino- s -triazines as a function of pH and molecular structure. J. agric. Fd Chem, 16: 6, 959-61. Bibl. 8

Aqueous transport of dieldrin in soils. Health Asp. Pest. Abstr. Bull, 2: 69-0592, 316-332

Aquifer characteristics of peats. Rep. Lake St. For. Exp. Sta. 1964. 18

Aquocobalamin (vitamin B12a) as a specific antidote to cyanide. Arch. internat. Pharmacodyn, 154: 327-350

Arabica coffee in Kenya: a need for new production systems?. Span, 13: 1, 24-8. bibl. 17

Arabica coffee management in Kenya. Pap. 1st Sess. FAO tech. Wkg Party Coffee Prod. Prot, Rio de Janeiro, Ce/65/16: 13. bibl. 49

Arabica coffee quality in Kenya and Tanzania. Cafe, Lima, 8: 1/2, 2-25. bibl. 208

Arabica coffee selections and genetic improvement in Kenya. Kenya Coffee, 30: 491; 493. bibl. 7

Arabica coffee storage. A review of the problem in Kenya. Kenya Coffee. 31: 257-9. bibl. 12

Arabica coffee storage. Part II. A review of the problem in Tanganyika. Kenya Coffee. 31: 297-9. bibl. 12

Arabica coffee storage. Part III. The design of coffee stores. Kenya Coffee. 31: 301-7. bibl. 2

Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh. A review of the genetics and biology. Bibliographia Genetica, 20: 2, 151. 34 pp

Arabinogalactan A from. J. Chem. Soc, 17C, 2174-9

Arabinoxylanases and celluloses of wheat. 55th annual meeting of the American Association of Cereal Chemists, Cereal Sci. today.,

Arabis mosaic and Prunus necrotic ringspot viruses in hop (Humulus lupulus L.). Ann. appl. Biol, 57: 131-40. bibl. 19

Arabis mosaic virus associated with a Cherry enation disease in kirsch Cherry vars. in the Vosges. Annls Phytopath, 3: 4, 485-491

Arabis mosaic virus in Cucumber in the Netherlands. Neth. J. Pl. Path, 71: 6, 176-179

Arabis mosaic virus of cucumbers in the Netherlands. Neth. J. Plant Path, 71: 176-9. bibl. 7

Arabis mosaic virus, a dangerous pathogen of strawberries. ErwObstb. 7: 121-3. bibl. 22

Arabis mosaic virus, a dangerous pathogen of the cultivated Strawberry. Erwerbsobstbau, 1: 7, 121-123

Arabis-mozaiekvirus bij komkommer in Nederland. Neth. J. Pl. Path, 71: 6, 176-179

Arable crop breeding. Welsh Plant Breeding Station. Jubilee Report,. 1970. 101-42

Arable crop variety trials at Katherine, N.T., 1957-63. Australia Commonwealth Sci Ind Res Organ Div Land Res Reg Surv Tech Pap 25: 1-12

Arable farming without tillage?. Landbouwvoorlichting. 26: 6, 232-41. Bibl. 1

Arable investigations on machine tillage of potatoes with reference to tractor usage. Kuhn-Arch, 81: 4, 327-70. Bibl. 66

Arable land and agricultural statistics (in Rumania). Revta Statist, Bucuresti, 15: 9, 15-22

Arable land and grassland soil in the light of microbiology. Bayer. landw. Jb, 41: 1, 192

Arable land-crops-livestock 1965. Livestock. Current results from Swedish agricultural research. lord - Groda - Djur Djur. Aktuella praktiska resultat fran svensk jordbruksforsk-ning, Stockholm: Jordbrukets Upplysningsnamnd LT:s Forl., 215. Price: Kr.22,

Arable land-crops-livestock 1966. Buildings and machinery. Arable land-crops-livestock Buildings and machinery, Stockholm: LTs Forlag., 256

Arable loess soils on eroded areas. Roczn. Nauk. roln, 116D: 5-79

Arable weed associations in the Potsdam district. Wiss. Z. padag. Hochsch. Potsdam, 13: 1, 273-320. Bibl. 44

Arable weeds of the Vila Cabrai plateau. Agronomia mocamb, 2: 3, 203-7. Bibl. 7

Arachis hypogea L. J. Indian bot. Soc, 45: 92-102

Arachis species and their reaction to virus infection. S. Afr. J. agrie. Set, Pl.Prot.Res.Inst., Pretoria., 10: 4, 919-927

Arachnoidea. Vol. IV no. 3. Argasid ticks (Argasidae). Fauna SSSR N. S, Moscow, Zool. Inst. Akad. Nauk SSSR, 96, 255. Price: 1 rub

Aradus cinnamomeus. Skogen. 54: 22, 573-4

Aradus cinnamomeus in Larch plantations in the Voronezh region. Lesn. Z, 13: 5, 15-8

Aradus cinnamomeus in Slovakia. Z. angew. Ent, 56: 4, 330-7

Aragonese cheeses. An. Lactol. Quim. agric. Zaragoza, 11, 3-11

Aragonite concretions in dolomitic rendzinas. Geoderma. 6: 1, 61-67

Araino acids in the bleeding sap of roots of soybean, receiving differential phosphate fertilizing. Zentbl. Bakt. ParasitKde, 121: 726-730

Araldite, a suitable ringing material for preparing nematological slides. J. Res. Punjab agrie. Univ, 5: 1, 70-71

Aramite and Kelthane sprays for two-spotted spider mite control. Agric. Chem, Baltimore, Md. 43-44; 46; 131-132

Aranjuez: a case study in rural development. J. Adm. Overseas, London, 9: 2, 84-95

Araucaria angustifolia (Bert) O. Kuntze. (Synonym A. brasiliana A. Rich). Tech. Note For. Dep. Kenya. 107, 5

Araucaria angustifolia in Argentina. Bol. Inst. For. Latino Amer., Merida. 22, 3-17

Araucaria angustifolia var. indehiscens. Sellwia, Itajai. 20: 20, 51-2

Araucaria bidwillii gum. Carbohyd. Res., Amst, 1: 1, 83-92

Araucaria in the southern Andes. Holz-Zbl, 90: 139/140, 2305-6

Arazate method for estimating copper in water. Journal of Dairy Science 55(1): 39-41

Arbo-virus infections in monkeys from the jungle of Northern Nigeria. Vop. Virus, 13: 755-756

Arbog for Gartneri, 1966, 48 Argang. 48th Danish Horticultural Yearbook, 1966. Arbog for Gartneri, 48 Argang. 48th Danish Horticultural Yearbook, 1966, Alm. Dansk Gartnerforening, Kbenhavn ?. 138

Arbolit. Lesn. Prom, 9, 14-5

Arboreal breeding sites of Phlebotomine sandflies in Panama. Ann. ent. Soc. Am, 61: 5, 1141-1143

Arborescent forms of Juniperus communis: their biology and use. Roczn. Dendrol. Polsk. Tow. Bot., Warsz, 19: 161-8

Arborescent preference of Phoradendron flavescens. Castanea. 36: 1, 61-2

Arboretum Sofronka. Arboretum Sofronka [Bolevec, Forestry and Game Management Research Institute,Zbraslav-Strnady, USSR: 38

Arboricide treatment for unwanted coppice of Gmelina arborea: M.360. Silv. Res. Rec. Silv. Res. Stn, Dedza, Malawi, 4: 2

Arboricides and clonal Teak. Commonw. For. Rev, 46: 2, 133-7

Arboricides in the meadow. Zemledelie, Mosk, 28: 6, 23-6

Arboriculture in present-day China. Quart. J. For, 59: 3, 209-17

Arborization of cervical mucus and vaginal appearance in cows in relation to ovarian cysts, oestrus and endocrine activity. Vet. Med. Prague. 9: 329-340

Arborvitae leaf miners in Maine. Me Fm Res, 11: 4, 20-3

Arboviral zoonoses: their presence in France. Revue Med. vet, 120: 737-764

Arbovirus activity in southern Arizona. Isolations of virus and observations of sentinel chickens. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 18(3): 448-454

Arbovirus encephalitis surveillance in Iowa. Health Laboratory Science 7(3): 117-123

Arbovirus haemagglutinins in tissue culture and in brain of new-born rats. Annls Soc. belge Med. trop, 44: 525-529

Arbovirus Hemagglutinin Inhibitor In Acetone-Extracted Serums From Normal Chickens. Science 147(3654): 169-170

Arbovirus infection in Western Queensland: serological studies, 1963-1969. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 64(5): 740-747

Arbovirus infections in Sarawak: observations on mosquitoes in the premonsoon period, September to December 1966. Journal of Medical Entomology 6(4): 398-406

Arbovirus infections in Sarawak: the isolation of Kunjin virus from mosquitoes of the Culex pseudovishnui group. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 64(3): 263-268

Arbovirus isolations from mosquitoes collected at Callao, Utah 1966 and 1967. Mosquito News. 31: 1, 61-68

Arbovirus isolations from mosquitoes collected in Waycross, Georgia, 1963, during an outbreak of equine encephalitis. American Journal of Epidemiology 89(1): 82-88

Arbovirus isolations from mosquitoes collected in West Central Utah, 1969. Proceedings of the Twenty-third Annual Meeting of the Utah Mosquito Abatement Association, held at Eldred Center, 270 West 500 North, Provo, Utah, ?

Arbovirus isolations from mosquitoes collected in central Utah in 1967. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 19(3): 540-543

Arbovirus neutralizing substances in avian plasmas. EL Studies on then mechanism of release and specificity after collection of plasmas by shooting and cardiac puncture of birds. Am. J. trop. Med. Hyg, 867-875

Arbovirus studies in Bush Bush Forest, Trinidad, W.I., September 1959-December 1964. III. Entomologic studies. Am. J. trop. Med. Hyg, 17: 2, 253-268

Arbovirus studies in south Florida, with emphasis on Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus. American Journal of Epidemiology 89(2): 197-210

Arbovirus studies in the Ohio-Mississippi Basin, 1964-1967. I. Introduction. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 18(5): 743-749

Arbovirus studies in the Ohio-Mississippi Basin, 1964-1967. II. St. Louis encephalitis virus. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 18(5): 750-761

Arbovirus studies in the Ohio-Mississippi Basin, 1964-1967. III. Flanders virus. Am. J. trop. Med. Hyg, 18: 5, 762-767

Arbovirus studies in the Ohio-Mississippi Basin, 1964-1967. IV. Cache Valley virus. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 18(5): 768-773

Arbovirus studies in the Ohio-Mississippi Basin, 1964-1967. V. Trivittatus and Western equine encephalomyelitis viruses. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 18(5): 774-778

Arbovirus studies in the Ohio-Mississippi Basin, 1964-1967. VI. Mermet: A Simbu-group arbovirus. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 18(5): 779-788

Arbovirus studies in the Ohio-Mississippi Basin, 1964-1967. VII. Lone Star virus, a hitherto unknown agent isolated from the tick Amblyomma americanum (Linn). American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 18(5): 789-795

Arbovirus vector surveillance following the 1962 St Louis encephalitis epidemic in the Tampa Bay area. Mosquito News. 28: 1, 42-45

Arbovirus zoonoses. Their presence in France. II. West Nile equine meningo-encephalomyelitis in the Mediterranean area of France. Revue Med. vet, 121: 221-246

Arbovirus-vector studies in the Central Valley of California, 1969. Mosquito News. 31: 2, 160-168

Arboviruses isolated from mosquitoes collected in southeastern Iowa in 1966. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 20(5): 726-729

Arboviruses isolated from mosquitos in Cameroun. Bull. Wld Hlth Org, 41: 2, 233-241

Arboviruses of Australia. Australian Veterinary Journal 48(4): 172-180

Arboviruses, agents of African zoonoses. Bull. Soc. Path. exot, 61: 4, 523-557. 3 1/2 pp

Arcadian technical manual for Christmas tree farmers. Arcadian technical manual for Christmas tree farmers, Nitrogen Division, Allied Chemical Corporation,New York, USA: 126

Arceuthobium in Mexico. Brittonia 17(3): 213-238

Arceuthobium pusillum Peck: collection of seeds and in vitro culture of the early seedling stage. Canad. J. Bot, 43: 10, 1307-8

Archaeological evidence for genetical changes in wheat and barley. Abstracts of papers from the Tenth International Botanical Congress, Edinburgh 1964. 126 p

Archaeological methods for dating of soil salinity in the Mesopotaniam plain. Paleopedology: Origin, Nature and Dating of Paleosols". Symposium on the Age of Parent Materials and Soils, Amsterdam, August, International Society of Soil Science and Israel University Press, 181-187

Archaic pattern in the horse and its relation to colour genes. Z. Saugetierk, 29: 42-46

Archangel pigeons-bullfinches. Pticevodstvo. 5, 36-38

Archeological evidence for selection in avocado. Econ Bot 20(2): 169-175

Archeological evidence for selection of chupandilla and cosahuico under cultivation in Mexico. Econ Bot 22(2): 140-148

Archeology and domestication in American Phaseolus (beans). Econ. Bot, 19: 358-68

Archimedes and the pig, or the estimation of pig carcase composition from measurements of carcase density. 38th Rep. agric. Res. Inst. Nth. Ire, 15-20

Architectonics of the fibre structure of sheep skin in relation to the particular texture and arrangement of the groups of hairs. Sb. nauch. Rab. vses. Ord. Trud. krasn. Znam. nauchno-issled. Inst. Zhivot, 12, 72-75

Architecture and environment: the importance of the forest to the Northwest Coast Indian. For. Hist, 13: 3, 12-21

Architecture in wood. A history of wood building and its techniques in Europe and North America. Architecture in wood. A history of wood building and its techniques in Europe and North America, Faber and Faber,London, UK: 288

Architecture of the nest Of Macrotermes natalensis and its function. Collogue int. Termites afr. UNESCO, Leopoldville, 327-363

Archives of Research in Breeding. Archiv fur Zuchtungsforschung, 1: 1, 81. Price: M 16 per issue

Arcillite as a soil amendment in potting mixtures. Midi. Flor, 395, 3 p. bibl. 2

Arctic biology. Ten papers presented at the 1957 and one presented at the 1965 Biology Colloquium at Oregon State University. Arctic biology. Ten papers presented at the and one presented at the 1965 Biology Colloquium at Oregon State University, Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 2nd Edn, 318

Arctic flora of the USSR : A critical revision of vascular plants occurring in the arctic region of the USSR : 2. Gramineae family. Arctic flora of the USSR : A critical revision of vascular plants occurring in the arctic region of the USSR : 2. Gramineae family, Leningrad : Bot. Inst. Akad. Nauk SSSR, 273. Price: 1.67 roubles, bibl. 12

Arctic nutrition. Nord. Med, 85: 37-44

Arctiid cutworm-type destruction of Slash Pine seedlings. J. For, 65: 1, 33

Arctostaphylos uva-ursi in Lithuania. 2. Content of arbutin and tanstuffs in the leaves of plants growing in various communities. 3. Effect of mineral fertilizers on the growth, yield and accumulation of active substances in leaves of wild plants. Liet. TSR Mokslu Akad. Darb. Ser. C. 1, 67-82

Arctostaphylos uva-ursi in Lithuania. 4. Seasonal changes in the content of arbutin and tannin substances in the leaves. Liet. TSR Mokslu Akad. Darb. Ser. C. 3, 55-61

Arctostaphylos uva-ursi in Lithuania. I. Phytocoenological characteristics and distribution. Liet. TSR Mokslu Akad. Darb. Ser. C. 1, 11-27

Ardennes bromegrass, Bromus arduennensis and the related B. secalin-us and B. grossus. Bull.Jard. bot. natn. Belg, 38: 3, 295-380. Bibl. 108

Are Danish dairy products the least polluted in the world ?. Maelkeritidende. 83: 22, 469-506

Are Lorraine begonias still important?. Dtsche Gartnerborse. 66: 529-32. bibl. 7

Are Microsporon Distortum Di Menna Et Marples 1954 And Microsporon Umbonatum Sabouraud 1907 Identical?. Mycopathologia et Mycologia Applicata 23: 39-44

Are Pseudochetosoma salmonicola Dollfus, 1951 and P. leucisci Ergens, 1963 different species?. Izv. tsent. Khelmint. Lab. Sof, 11: 67-70,

Are Trevatt apricot trees capable of producing high yields?. Victorian Horticulture Digest, 15: 3, 6-9

Are all afforestation and planting sites liable to weevil attack? New findings on the biology and ecology of Hylobius abietis. Sozial. Forstw, 20: 2, 45-7, 50, 58

Are alternating temperatures more beneficial than constant temperatures during stratification of Yellow Poplar seeds?. Tree Plant. Notes. 19: 3, 16-7

Are antibiotics any use as silage preservatives? 1. The value of nisin as a preservative. Agricultura, Louvain, 13: 1, 3-23. bibl. 25

Are antibiotics of value as preservatives for silage? 1. The value of nisin as a preservative. Agricultura, Louvain. 13: 3-23

Are antibiotics of value as preservatives for silage? 2. Bacitracin, penicillin and terramycin. Agricultura, 13: 241-249

Are antibiotics profitable as silage preservatives? 2. Bacitracin, penicillin and terramycin. Agricultura, Louvain, 13: 2, 241-9. bibl. 8

Are brilliant green-phenolred-lactose-agar plates adequate as the sole selective medium for Salmonella diagnosis in poultry and poultry products?. Berl. Munch, tierarztl. Wschr, 80: 193

Are chemical sterilisers receiving the right tests?. Dairy Engng, 81: 1, 10-15

Are children of the under-paid under-fed?. Med. Officer. 117: 353-354

Are cold-house strawberries still profitable as a main crop?. Groent. en Fruit. 22: 305, 307

Are completely weedless crops possible?. Crops Soils, 23: 2, 15-16

Are composts being used correctly in forest nurseries. Les, Bratislava. 23: 7, 289-93

Are copper oxychlorides insufficiently effective against T. deformans?. Pflanzenarzt, 18: 10, 106

Are crops contaminated with strontium-90 from the soil or from the atmosphere?. Landbouwk. Tijdschr, Wagen., 82: 265-268

Are cultivations necessary?. Agric. romande, 5: 4, 37-40. Bibl. 11

Are current premiums substantiated?. Ekon. Polnohospodarstva, Bratislava. 11: 340-2

Are daylilies free of disease?. Miss. Fm Res, 32: 2, 4

Are dry studs justified?. Aust. Timb. J, 37: 11, 33-5

Are ease of milking tests still appropriate?. Tierzuchter, 19: 832-834

Are endogenous gibberellin-like substances involved in floral initiation?. Nature, 228: 82-3. bibl. 10

Are farmers better or worse off than 10 years ago?. Fm Mgmt Q, Aberdeen, 13: 1-11

Are farmers' sons handicapped in the city?. Rur. Sociol, Madison, Wis, 33: 2, 160-74

Are federal milk orders operating in the public interest?. Are federal milk orders operating in the public interest?. Illinois Agricultural Economics, Urbana, Ill, 12: 1, 18-22

Are fertilizer tests needed in each lowbush blue-berry field?. Res. Life Sci, 16: 1, 18-26. bibl. 7

Are fertilizers a threat to ecosystem stability in pasture?. Proceedings of the Ecological Society of Australia. 5: 45-51

Are greenhouse soils over-fertilized with phosphate? Problems of phosphate fertilization under glass. Gartenwelt, 69: 363-5. bibl. 17

Are growing conditions relevant?. Sadovodstvo. 9: 16 p

Are growth retardante also important in forced vegetable growing?. Dtsche Gartenb, 13: 203-5. bibl. 7

Are growth-regulators still important in cereals?. Lohnunternehmen Ld- u. Forstw, 2, 40-1

Are hedgerows the answer?. West. Fruit Gr. 21: 3, 22-4

Are hollowness in celeriac and hare-skin disease of cauliflower caused by bugs?. Gemuse. 3: 135-6

Are increased amounts of active substances necessary in starter feeds for fattening in batteries?. Arch. Geflugelk, 29: 317-322

Are increased amounts of active substances necessary in starter feeds for fattening poultry? 2. Fattening on the floor. Arch. Gefliigelk, 30: 223-227

Are increased amounts of active substances necessary in starter feeds for fattening poultry? 3. The influence of hygienic management on the effectiveness of antibiotics. Arch. Geflugelk, 30: 431-437

Are integrated peasants salaried employees?. Paysans. Paris, 10: 60, 41-51

Are intravarietal crosses justified in cotton seed production ?. Hlopkovodstvo Cotton Growing. 1, 30-33

Are leaf analyses going to be important in the future ?. Fruitteelt, 59: 96-8. bibl. 4

Are lymphocytes phagocytic in pigs ?. Nauch. Trud. vissh vet.-med. Inst. Prof. G. Pavlov. 15: 67-73

Are mechanical methods feasible?. Calif. Citrogr, 54: 243-8; 280-1. bibl. 8

Are monovular avian twins always female?. Journal of Heredity 56(6): 285-288

Are oocytes formed and used sequentially in the mammalian ovary?. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 259(828): 103-105

Are our feeding practices correct and justifiable economically?. Norsk Pelsdyrblad. 39: 186

Are our strawberry yields satisfactory?. Bess. Obst, 16: 8-9

Are paper and cardboard good soil amendments and organic fertilizers?. Papier, 23: 907-10. bibl. 12

Are pickling cucumbers from the glasshouse profitable?. Gemuse, 4: 139-41

Are plants damaged by Arbitex (gamma-BHC) in plantations?. Arch. Forstw, 18: 4, 409-20

Are plants growing in peat damaged by zineb materials?. Torfnachrichten, 19: 20

Are plastids autonomous?. Symposia of the Society for Experimental Biology 24: 109-127

Are propionate and butyrate physiological regulators of plasma insulin in ruminants?. American Journal of Physiology 219(1): 84-91

Are rapid tests for antibiotics possible?. Canad. Dairy Ice Cr. J, 43: 2, 27-29

Are short rows necessary in contoured canefields. Cane Grs' quart. Bull. 33: 137-41

Are sister chromatid exchanges sister strand crossovers or radiation-induced exchanges?. Mutation Res 1(4): 337-343

Are skinfold measurements of value in the assessment of suboptimal nutrition in young children?. Pediatrics 45(6): 965-972

Are so-called Przewalski horses really horses?. Przegl. zool, 11: 345-349

Are soft-fruit plantations required by the southern health resorts ?. Sadovodstvo (Horticulture). 8, 31

Are some characters more equal than others?. Int. J. syst. Bacteriol, 20: 541-550

Are statistics on real estate still of interest?. Agrarwirtschaft, Hannover, 13: 8, 245-50

Are the. Forst- u. Holzw, 25: 22, 474-7

Are the Jet Black and Finn Black genes alieles or not ?. Vara Palsdjur. 41: 390-393

Are the farms of the Buda district (of Hungary) viable enterprises?. Tudom. Mezogazdasag, Budapest, 7: 5, 17-25

Are the genes in spermatozoa functional?. Immunology of spermatozoa and fertilization. Proc. Int. Symp. Varna Bulgaria Sofia: Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Press., 359-364

Are the level and acceleration of accumulation in the farms of our (the Halle) district sufficient? By what standards can we measure them?. Wiss. Tech. sozialistischer Landw. Nahrungsguterprod., Halle. 11: 24-32

Are the pathological-anatomical findings on the sexual organs of freemartins and the quantitative relations of gonadal chimaerism (XX/XY) in blood cells correlated?. Zuchthygiene, 4: 156-159

Are the results of leaf-N analysis suitable for the determination of N fertilization needs of apple orchards?. Obstbau. Berlin, 7: 88-90. bibl. 9

Are the sandy soils along the coast still suitable for early tomatoes?. Groent. en Fruit. 22: 767; 769

Are there 'soil races' in forest trees?. Allg. Forstzeitschr, 22: 18, 294-6

Are there alternatives to community fluoridation?. J. Canad. Dent. Assoc, 35: 563-564

Are there any advantages in winter milking?. Veet.- en Zuivelber, 7: 10, 484-94

Are there fertilizers in the water? No damage by fuchsin. DCK Inf, 17, 2 p

Are there keto-sensitive receptors in the central nervous system? (Studies on regulation of fat metabolism). Ztschr. ges. inn. Med, 19: 791-795

Are there possibilities for hybrid wheat production in the Netherlands ?. Landbouwk. Tijdschr, Wageningen, 81, 320-28

Are transient campgrounds feasible in Oklahoma?. Okla curr. Fm Econ., Stillwater, Okla, 41: 2, 4-9

Are very dose plantings economic?. Fruitteelt. 57: 1294-5; 1297

Are virus diseased plants really necessary?. Growing for profit., Auburn, J. S. McMillan Pty Ltd, 30-34

Are we. Chartered Surveyor, London, London, 97: 5, 229-34

Are we progressing in the control of meadow saffron?. Gesunde Pfl, 17: 9, 182-4. bibl. 7

Are we to reckon on a spread of undesirable genes following the artificial insemination of domestic livestock?. Prakt. Tierarzt, 48: 403-408

Are we using the right steel cables?. Tekn. ForsknStift. Skogsarb., Stockh, 4, 4

Are wheeled skidders necessary?. Lesn. Prom, 11, 11-2

Are world market prices for agricultural products manipulated?. Wirtschaftsdienst, Hamburg, 11: 585-90

Are you careful with pesticides?. Am. Veg. Grow, 15: 3, 42-3

Are you making good use of chlorine?. Amer. Veg. Gr, 16: 8, 14; 26

Area and annual production of vegetable farms. Results of an experimental enquiry in Loiret (departement) in 1968. Statistique Agricole Supplement Serie Etudes. Paris, 76: 5-131

Area and productivity of foodgrains (1949-50 to 1961-62. AICC econ. Rev., New Delhi, 16: 12, 19-21

Area application of insecticide by ultra-low-volume treatments. Anz. Schadlingsk, 39: 6 pt, 89-91

Area aspects of the agriculture of the Poznari-Bydgoszcz region (Poland). Area aspects of the agriculture of the Poznari-Bydgoszcz region (Poland), Warszawa: Panst. Wydaw. Roln. Lesne., 227

Area change estimates from sampling with partial replacement. Forest Sci 13(1): 72-77

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Area conditions in full-time farms in Hesse. Sh. AVA-Arb.-Gemeinschaft Verbesserung Agr.-Struktur Hessen., Wiesbaden, 21, 33

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Arteriosclerotic heart disease in Roseto, Pennsylvania. JAMA 195(2): 93-95

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Arthritic sporotrichosis in a Boar. Vet. Med, 60: 2, 164-165

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Articularis coxae muscle in Camelidae. Revue Elev. Med. vet. Pays trop, 21: 289-292

Articulated wheeled skidders in Canada. Pulp Paper Mag. Can, 68: 11, WR 460, WR 461, WR 467

Artifacts induced by potassium citrate in chick embryo cells resembling Rous sarcoma virus foci. Avian Diseases, 10: 94-97

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Artificial Light in Horticulture. Artificial Light in Horticulture, Centrex Publishing Co., Eindhoven., 212. Price: 42s, bibl. 261

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Artificial salmonella-infections in rats. Zentralblatt für Veterinarmedizin. Reihe B. Journal of Veterinary Medicine. Series B 16(2): 173-182

Artificial air ionisation of fowl eggs before incubation. Doslidzhennya v Tvarynnytstvi, Kiev, 16, 189

Artificial alteration of the Co food chain in fish ponds. Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR, Ser. Biol, 6, 869-878

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Artificial biological control of olive flies in Sicily during 1966. Inf. fitopat, 17: 7-8

Artificial biological control of the olive fly, Dacus oleae, by means of Opius concolor siculus in the Aeolian islands, Sicily, July-September, 1965. BolL 1st. Ent. agrar. Osserv. Fitopat. Palermo., 6: 61-91

Artificial breeding can increase dairy herd production. J. Agric. S. Aust, 71: 364-368

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Artificial breeding places for the study of Aedes aegypti breeding in a South Indian town. Indian Journal of Medical Research 56(7): 1019-1022

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Artificial cattle breeding in Bavaria. Bayer. landw. Jb, 47: 3-85

Artificial cells as models for the study of ion effects in the formation of membranes. Z. PflErnahr. Dung. Bodenk, 114: 1-8

Artificial colonization with ants in forests of different types. Lesn. Hoz, 18: 8, 55-7

Artificial conditions for germination and storage of pollens of different lucerne cv. Vestnik Sel'skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki. Alma-Ata, 6, 39-41

Artificial control of mating activity of the smaller tea tortrix, Adoxophyes orana Fischer von Roslerstamm and a quantitative bioassay for the sex pheromone. Botyu-Kagaku, 34: pt. 3, 107-110

Artificial control of pineapple ripening with Ethrel. Fruits d'Outre Mer, 25: 695-708

Artificial control of sex with sedimented bull spermatozoa. (Results of a large-scale trial.). Fortpfl. Besam. Aufzucht Hausiiere, 4: 279-282

Artificial crossing in Glycine max (L.) Merrill at Coimbatore (S. India). Madras agric. J, 57: 485-90

Artificial culture and pathogenicity of Taphrina maculans Butler. Sci. & Cult, 30: 11, 558-559

Artificial curing of Onions for control of neck rot (Botrytis allii Munn.). NZ. Jl agric. Res, 12: 3, 592-604

Artificial curing of onions for neck rot control. N.Z. comm. Gr, 24: 11, 21; 23; 25; 27

Artificial diet and pheromone studies with peach twig borer. J. econ. Ent, 64: 1, 259-262

Artificial diet as replacement of the host-plant. Meded. Rijksfac. Landbouwwetensch. Gent, 32: 357-364

Artificial diet for apple maggot larvae. J Econ Entomol 60(4): 1161-1162

Artificial diet for cecropia and other saturniid silkworms. Science 160(3835): 1461-1462

Artificial diet for mass production of the codling moth, Carpocapsa pomonella (Lepidoptera: Olethreutidae). Canad. Entomologist. 101: 577-584

Artificial diet for the zoysiagrass billbug, Sphenophorus venatus vestitus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), and notes on its biology. The Florida Entomologist. 51: 4, 247-250

Artificial diet without crude plant material for two oligophagous leaf feeders. Entomologia exp. appl, 12: 5, 698-702

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Artificial diets for rearing Pissodes notatus larvae and other wood-boring pests of Pinus pinaster. Ann. Sci. for., Paris. 26: 3, 397-406

Artificial diets for rearing larvae of the plum curculio. Journal of Economic Entomology. 64: 5, 1111-1112

Artificial diets for the European Pine shoot moth, Rhyacionia buoliana (Schiffermuller) (Lepidoptera: Olethreutidae). Technical Bulletin, Washington State University Agricultural Experiment Station, Pullman. 59, 13

Artificial diets for the apple maggot, Rhagoletis pomonella. I. Mass rearing on certain diets. J. econ. Ent, College Park, Md., 57: 3, 333-335

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Artificial dry-ing-off of milk secretion in the bitch by an andro-gen-oestrogen combination. Thesis, Ecole Nat. Vet, Alfort, Paris, 47

Artificial drying of cocoa beans. Trop Agr 44(2): 125-132

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Artificial drying of green fodders and roughages. Jaarb. Inst. Bewar.Verwerk. LandbProd. 8. 1969. 100-32. Bibl. 8

Artificial drying-off in cows. Revue Elev, 25: 1, 89-90; 93-94

Artificial egging system for the European cherry fruit fly. J. econ. Ent, 63: 5, 1413-1417

Artificial enhancement of germination of seeds of Dactyloctenium sindicum Boiss. Ann. arid Zone. 8: 1, 80-4. Bibl. 6

Artificial exposure of bovine udders to haemolytic coagulase positive staphylococci. J Res Punjab Agr Univ 2(2): 129-133

Artificial feeding and feeding stimuli of the tsetse fly Glossina austeni. Tsetse fly breeding under laboratory conditions and its practical application. 1st international symposium 22nd and 23rd April, 1970. 211-220

Artificial feeding and lysozyme. Lattante. 39: 16-28

Artificial feeding apparatus for mosquitoes. Mosquito News 27(1): 87-90

Artificial feeding of Cyprinus carpio with penicillin mycelium as a supplement to theration. Bol. Indust. animal, Sao Paulo. 66. 23: 219-225

Artificial feeding of Cyprinus carpio: penicillin mycelium as a supplement to the diet. Bol. Indust. animal, Sao Paulo. 22: 69-79

Artificial feeding of East African female Simuliidae (Diptera), including vectors of human onchocerciasis. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 40(3): 463-466

Artificial feeding of infant rats by continuous gastric infusion. Journal of Nutrition 98(4): 404-410

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Artificial fractionation of pollen. Lesn. Hoz, 18: 10, 57

Artificial freeze screens citrus. Agric. Res., Wash, 13: 10, 15

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Artificial gastric juice increases weight gains. Svinovodstvo. 2, 46-47

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Artificial growing media and manuring for azaleas. I. Meded. BedrVoorlDienst, Oost-Vlaanderen, 51: 5. bibl. 3

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Artificial hybridization in Abies. Zuchter. 34: 242-51

Artificial hybridization of groundnut. Oleagineux, 26: 3, 159-162

Artificial hybridization techniques and methods with rice. Sementi elette, 13: 1, 34-43

Artificial hybrids between the native Populus nigra L. var. pubescens Parlat and introduced species and clones. Min. Agric. For. Res. Inst. Athens, 18, 44

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Artificial illumination and gas exchange: a means of investigating tree species. Proc. 14th Congr. Int. Union For. Res. Organ., Munich Pt. IV, Sect. 23, Pt. IV, Sect. 23, 1967. 1967. 412-24

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Artificial immunization of animals against trichineliiasis and use of precipitating sera in the diagnosis of this infection by Ascoli's method. Wiad. parazyt, 10: 6, 691-716

Artificial incubation of quail eggs. Kleintierzucht Forsch. Lehre, 15: 34-35

Artificial induction of blast resistant mutations in rice. Tech. Rep. Ser. IAEA. Vienna, 86, 65-74

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Artificial induction of lactation in a freemartin. Indian Veterinary Journal 43(3): 218-223

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Artificial induction of polyploidy in Phaseolus atropurpureus var. Siratro. Agronomy Abstracts. 19

Artificial induction of ultraearly forms of tomato. Nauchn. tr. Sev.-Zap. n.-i. in-i s. kh, 12, 27-31

Artificial infection of Cabbage seeds with a newly isolated pathogenic A. sp. Ispol'. mikroorgan. v zhivot-novod. i dlya zashch. rast. L, 163-165

Artificial infection of animals with listeria. Veterinariya. 42: 2, 32-33

Artificial infection of apricot grafts on different root-stocks with Verticillium dahliae. (Preliminary communication.). Duna-Tisza Kozi mezogazd. kiserl. Int. Bull, Kecskemet., 2: 93-102. bibl. 18

Artificial infection of cattle with the eggs of Hypoderma bovis. Zool. Zh, 43: 474-479

Artificial infection of stone fruits with fungi from the genus Monilia. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae, Brno, A, 19: 1, 117-125

Artificial infection with neck rot of 1-year onion plants in the field. Zaadbelangen, 25: 7, 3-6

Artificial infections of seednuts and young seedlings of the coconut palm with the red-ring nematode Rhadinaphelenchus cocophilus (Cobb). Nematologica. 10: 459-63. bibl. 5

Artificial infestation caused by the nuke Fascioloides magna. Acta vet., Brno, 39: 3, 287-295

Artificial infestation of corn with suspensions of corn earworm eggs. J. econ. Ent, 63: 2, 443-446

Artificial infestation of large field plots with Fusarium solani f.sp. pisi. Plant Disease Reporter. 56: 5, 398-400

Artificial initiation of virus epizootics in forest tent caterpillar populations. Canad. Ent, 97: 10, 1059-62

Artificial inoculation methods for screening resistant types. Proceedings of a panel on mutation breeding for disease resistance, Vienna, Austria, 12-16 October Vienna, Austria, IAEA and FAO, 1971. 201-207

Artificial inoculation of Douglas Fir with Dothistroma pini. N.Z.J. For, 13: 1, 123-4

Artificial inoculation of large numbers of Pinas monticola seedlings with Cronartium ribicola. Biology of rust resistance in forest trees: proceedings of a NATO-IUFRO Advanced Study Institute, Moscow, Idaho, USA, 17-24, Washington, DC, USA, USDA., 357-372

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Artificial insemination in the goat. VIIth Int. Congr. Anim. Reprod. Artif. Insem., Munich, Summaries. 1972. 187

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Artificial insemination in the improvement of animal production. Zootechnia, 18: 425-435

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Artificial insemination of beagle bitches with freshly collected, liquid-stored, and frozen-stored semen. American Journal of Veterinary Research 31(10): 1807-1813

Artificial insemination of Bobwhite quail. British Poultry Science 8(3): 177-182

Artificial insemination of a commercial beef herd. Iowa St. Univ. Vet, 26: 87-90

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Artificial insemination of pony mares with semen frozen and stored in liquid nitrogen. American Journal of Veterinary Research 32(11): 1693-1698

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Artificial insemination of sows. Trudy lugan. sel'-khoz. Inst, 16: 73-87

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Artificial insemination program in Ethiopia. 5th int. Congr. Anim, Reprod. A.I, Trento, 4: 517-520

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Artificial insemination, with or without oestrus detection, following progestogen treatment in the ewe. VIe Congr. Reprod. Insem. Artif, Paris, 264

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Artificial milk feeding of lambs: determining the age for weaning. Bulletin Technique, Centre de Recherches Zootechniques et Veterinaires de Theix. 2, 21-31

Artificial modification of bordered pits in softwoods. (1) Treatment with sodium hydroxide solution. Wood Res, 52, 90-105

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Artificial nesting material used in propagating ants. Bi-m. Res. notes, Ottawa. 24: 5, 38-9

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Artificial oviposition devices for apple maggot. J Econ Entomol 59(1): 231-232

Artificial pastures in savannah regions without a well marked dry season. Rev. Elevage Med. vet. Pays trop, 18: 307-312

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Artificial pneumatoperitoneum; aetiology and treatment of rectal and recto-vaginal tenesmus in cattle. Nord. VetMed, 18: 226-235

Artificial pollination and bark ringing of olive trees. Ital. agric, 103: 67-77

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Artificial pollination experiments on water melon (C. citrullus). Riv. Ortoflorofruttic. ital, 50: 459-72

Artificial pollination in the arecanut palm (Areca catechu Linn.). S. Indian Hort, 13: 20-5. bibl. 9

Artificial pollination inside the ovary and by-passing the stigma in oil poppy. Selektsiya i semenovodstvo. Resp. mezhved. nauchn. sb, 15, 104-106

Artificial pollination of allogamous coffee plants and its role in their improvement. Application and results in the Ivory Coast. Cafe, Cacao. 8: 75-88

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Artificial production of acquired immunity in mice by footpad injections of a crude larval extract of Nematospiroides dubius. Journal of Parasitology 56(2): 320-320

Artificial production of mutants of tobacco mosaic virus. Advances in Virus Research 11: 25-60

Artificial production of the perfect stage, Pellicularia filamentosa (Pat.) Rogers of Rhizoctonia solani Kuehn the causal agent of black scurf disease of Potato. Jnl Res, Ludhiana, 2: 3, 183-186

Artificial profile development by decomposition of plant material. "Experimental Pedology", Proc. 11th Easter School agric. Sci., Univ. Nottingham, 1965. 179-188

Artificial protection of first-year natural seedlings on the Mountain Home state forest in 1963. St. For. Note Calif. Div. For, 22, 5

Artificial protection of natural first-year White Fir. St. For. Note Calif. Div. For, 32, 7

Artificial pruning in conifer (Spruce and Douglas) stands: a work study. Bull. Soc. For. Belg, 74: 10, 397-431

Artificial pruning of Euramerican Poplar plantations in the Bucharest region. Rev. Padurilor. 81: 2, 67-70 + smries

Artificial pruning of Spruce and Fir. Institutul de Cercetari Forestiere, Bucharest, 77

Artificial rearing of 10 species of wood-boring insects. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Ntheast. For. Exp. Sta, NE-102, 6

Artificial rearing of lambs. Agriculture, London. 72: 54-57

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Artificial rearing of lambs, n. Comparison of 3 rearing methods. Annls Zootech, 16: 2, 151-64

Artificial rearing of lambs. 1. Comparison of different milk replacers and ewe's milk. Ann. Zootech, 14: 261-278

Artificial rearing of lambs. 2. Comparison between 3 methods of rearing lambs. Ann. Zootech, 16: 151-164

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Artificial rearing of newborn pot-bellied pigs. Ztschr. Versuchstierk, 10: 292-298

Artificial rearing of piglets on cow's colostrum. Schriftenreihe MaxPlanck-Inst. Tierzucht Tierernahrung. 45, 74

Artificial rearing of piglets. 1. Use of cow's colostrum and milk. Zuchtungskunde. 43: 5, 371-382

Artificial rearing of piglets. 2. Effect of different concentrations of protein in colostrum and the effect of y-globulin by injection. Zuchtungskunde. 43: 6, 437-444

Artificial rearing of piglets. 3. Effect of waiting period. Zuchtungskunde. 43: 6, 445-450

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Artificial rearing of pigs. 2. The time course of milk protein digestion and proteolytic enzyme secretion in the 28-day-old pig. British Journal of Nutrition 24(3): 827-842

Artificial rearing of some East African antelopes. J. Zool, 161: 437-442

Artificial rearing of the carpenterworm, Prionoxystus robiniae (Lepidoptera: Cossidae), and observations of its development. Ann. ent. Soc. Am, 59: 6, 1197-1200

Artificial rearing of young rats with rat's milk. Methods of milking and feeding. Zeitschrift fur Versuchstierkunde. 13: 1, 58-67

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Artificial recharge for groundwater storage in the unsaturated zone. Publ. int. Ass. sci. Hydrol./UNESCO Symp. Wageningen, 83: 884-885

Artificial recharge of subterranean aquifers. Publ. int. Ass. sci. Hydrol./UNESCO Symp. Wageningen, 83: 879-884

Artificial refuges for tsetse flies (Glossina spp.). Bulletin of Entomological Research. 61: 2, 331-350

Artificial regeneration methods in Ontario. Pulp Paper Mag. Can, 69: 21 (Nov. 1), 95-106

Artificial regeneration of Cork Oak and the climax equilibrium of Cork Oak stands in the Forest of Mamora. Ann. Rech. for. Maroc. publ. 1967. 9: 1-188

Artificial regeneration of Pinus koraiensis in Tailing. Sci. Silvae, Peking. 10: 2, 115-22

Artificial regeneration of Pinus sibirica. Iskusstvennoe vosstanovlenie kedra sibirskogo, Izdatel'stvo Lesnaya Promyshlennost',Moscow, USSR: 105

Artificial regeneration of Populus euphratica Olivier. Pakistan J. For, 19: 2, 175-84

Artificial regeneration of valuable species using large plants with no soil preparation or tending. Lesn. Hoz, 17: 4, 39-43

Artificial regeneration on felled areas in Oak forests. Lesn. Zh, 14: 1, 142-5

Artificial regeneration on scattered small areas: examples from two-storeyed management in old Scots Pine. Forstarchiv. 35: 5, 98-102

Artificial regeneration: brash disposal. Rep. For. Res. For. Comm., Lond. 65. 1964/1965 publ. 1966. 32

Artificial regulation of the ratio of the sexes in castor beans. Trud. priklad. Bot. Genet. Selekc. (Trans. appl. Bot. Genet. Pl. Breed.), 42: 1, 184-90

Artificial reproduction of contagious bovine pleuropneumonia: review. Bull. epizoot. Dis. Afr, 12: 229-235

Artificial reseeding in Thal ranges. Pakist. J. For, 16: 1, 28-42

Artificial retarding of the first phase of seedling development as a method of overcoming random errors in assessing varieties for disease resistance. (General questions concerning the theory of immunity in agricultural plants.). Texts of papers at the IVth All-Union Conference on immunity in Agricultural Plants, Kisinev., 125-29

Artificial ripening of Sugar Pine seeds. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Pap. Pacif. Sthwest. For. Range Exp. Sta, PSW-32, 7

Artificial ripening of Sweetgum seeds. Tree Plant. Notes. 21: 3, 23-5

Artificial ripening of sugar cane with dalapon. Trop. Agric, 41: 3, 225-30. bibl. 11

Artificial root media and fertilizations for container-grown woody ornamental plants. Spec. Bull. Soils, Conn, agric. Exp. Stat, 26: 12. bibl. 6

Artificial selection for antibody production in the mouse. Annls Inst. Pasteur, Paris, 115: 965-967

Artificial selection for genetic adaptation to temperature extremes in Aphytis lingnanensis Compere (Hymenoptera : Aphelinidae). Hilgardia, 40: 6, 161 30 ref

Artificial selection for seedling drought tolerance and association of plant characteristics of Lehmann lovegrass. Crop Science, 11: 3, 324-326

Artificial selection for seedling drought tolerance in Boer lovegrass (Eragrostis curvula Nees). Crop Sci, 10: 99-102

Artificial selection in plants and animals. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 164(995): 341-349

Artificial selection of adult screw-worms for extended survival without food and water. J Econ Entomol 58(4): 645-649

Artificial selection with many linked loci. Proceedings of the Nineteenth Annual National Breeders' Roundtable, Kansas City. USA, 6-7 May, Kansas City, USA, Poultry Breeders of America., 89-97

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Artificial sex control in the progeny of livestock. In Problemy zootekhnicheskoi genetiki. Inst. Obshch. Genet., Akad. Nauk SSSR, Moscow: Nauka., 70-79 ; 299

Artificial sex pheromones for the codling moth. J. econ. Ent. 62: 1, 243-244

Artificial shade improves survival of planted Douglas Fir and White Fir seedlings. St. For. Note Calif. Div. For, 28, 11

Artificial soils and manuring of Monstera deliciosa. Meded. BedrVoorlicht. Oost-Vlanderen, 35: 11. bibl. 6