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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 14421

Chapter 14421 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Differentiation of mycobacteria in veterinary laboratories. Arch Exp Veterinarmed 20(6): 1211-1225

Differentiation of mycobacteria isolated from bovine faeces. Inaug. Diss. vet. med Fak. Freie Univ, Berlin, 67

Differentiation of mycobacteria isolated from domestic animals. Zentralblatt für Veterinarmedizin. Reihe B. Journal of Veterinary Medicine. Series B 15(4): 494-503

Differentiation of native and renatured alkaline milk phosphatase by means of sephadex gel thin-layer chromatography. Journal of Chromatography 39(3): 339-343

Differentiation of nonspecific tuberculin reactions in cattle by diluted tuberculin and the repeated test. II. Diagnostic value of the repeated test. Medycyna wet, Katedra Epizoot. WSR, Wroclaw., 23: 399-403

Differentiation of parasitic and saprobic leptospirae by means of copper sulphate. Zentbl. Bakt. ParasitKde. 209: 382-388

Differentiation of parts of poisonous and edible mushrooms on the basis of their haemagglutinating and haemolytic activity. Roczn. panst. Zakl. Hig, 17: 3, 303-307

Differentiation of pathogenic pseudomonads by heat resistance of alkaline phosphatase. Technical Bulletin of the Registry of Medical Technologists 36(4): 87-90

Differentiation of pathogenic races of Piricularia oryzae into two groups, indica and japonica. SABRAO Newsl, 1: 81-94

Differentiation of personal incomes in the co-operative farms. A szemelyi jovedelmek differencialtsaga a mezogazdasagi termeloszovetkezetekben, Budapest: Kossuth Konyvkiado, 131

Differentiation of physiological forms of cereal loose smut (Ustilago nuda (Jens.) Rostr. and Ustilago nuda f. tritici (Jens.) Schaff.) by means of electrophoresis on cellulose acetate. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwweten-schappen, 36: 3, 997-1000

Differentiation of populations. Science 165(3899): 1228-1232

Differentiation of porcine Mycoplasma strains. Journal of General Microbiology 41(1): 77-84

Differentiation of post-vaccinal reactions by the milk whey agglutination test in brucellosis. Bull. Off. int. Epizoot, 63: 7/8, 1055-64

Differentiation of races of A. pisi Lib. and testing for complete resistance. Thirty years of the Pulses Study Group, Wageningen, 42-47

Differentiation of races of Pseudomonas solanacearum by a hypersensitive reaction of Tobacco leaves. Phytopathology. 58: 8, 1058

Differentiation of races of Pseudomonas solanacearum by a leaf infiltration technique. Phytopathology. 60: 5, 833-838

Differentiation of rat strains by heteroimmune blood typing reagents. Laboratory Animal Care 16(5): 430-435

Differentiation of response to calcium within the species Festuca ovina L. using ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid. New Phytol, 69: 327-331

Differentiation of semen from Bos bubalus and Bos taurus indicus by starch gel electrophoresis. Journal of Animal Science 32(6): 1212-1215

Differentiation of sex in the progeny of fowls under the influence of supplementary feeding of several amino-acids. Trudy mosk. vet. Akad, 50: 66-69

Differentiation of soils having cyclic or recurring horizons. Can J Soil Sci 46(1): 69-74

Differentiation of soils over granite on the eastern border of the Massif Central in the Ardeche. Bulletin de r Association Francaise pour l'Etude du Sol. 5, 11-24

Differentiation of some essential oils with similar composition, in particular by means of UV, IR and Raman spectroscopy. IV. Extracts of Cinnamomum zeylani-cum and C. cassia. Plantes Medicinales et Phytotherapie, 6: 1, 11 6 ref

Differentiation of sources in a hepatitis outbreak. Public Health Reports 82(1): 1-8

Differentiation of specific and unspecific metabolic changes in acute vitamin B1 deficiency induced by oxythiamine. Vop. Pitan, 24: 4, 41-48

Differentiation of spermatozoa of the ram (Ovis artes) by sedimentation, and sex ratio among the progeny. Tsitol. Genet, 2: 368-374

Differentiation of starter-streptococci. XVII Int. Dairy Congr, 100: 355-60

Differentiation of strains of Staphylococcus epidermidis isolated from bovine udders. Journal of General Microbiology 47(2): 273-287

Differentiation of strains of Sugar Beet yellows virus on Tetragonia expansa Murr. and other indicator plants. Biologia Pl, 13: 3, 145-154

Differentiation of strains of nodule bacteria on the basis of data concerning the determination of substrate-less de-hydrogenases. Mikrobiologiya. 33: 284-291

Differentiation of strains of tobacco mosaic virus by immune diffusion in agar plates. Phytopathology 55(6): 635-639

Differentiation of streptococci in the Udder Health Service of the Hannover Animal Health Centre. Arch. Lebens-mittelhyg. 20: 11-13

Differentiation of the apothecium of D. punctiformis under different climatic conditions. Riv. patol. veg., Pavia, Ser. IV. 4: 3, 151-164

Differentiation of the body cavities and air sacs of Gallus domesticus post mortem and their location in vivo. British Poultry Science 11(2): 209-215

Differentiation of the capacity for male sexual behavior in the rat. Horm. Behav, 1: 53-63

Differentiation of the causal organism of loose smut. Sborn. Trud. Aspirant. molod. nauc. Sotrud. vses. nauc.-issled. Inst. Rasten, 10: 96-104

Differentiation of the effects of deficiency of Ca, P or vitamin D on the bones, blood and endocrine glands of the chicken. Zentralbl. Vet.-med, 13A: 302-319

Differentiation of the efficiency and constitutional type of our pig breeds. II. Morphological comparison of our pig breeds according to the quota of individual tissues in the carcass. Acta zootech, Nitra. XVIII., 49-62

Differentiation of the fresh coniferous forest type in Kozienice forest district. Sylwan. 113: 11, 1-8

Differentiation of the human from the bovine tubercle bacillus by means of the micro-phenolphthalein sulfatase and micro-niacin tests. Acta Tuberculosea et Pneumologica Scandinavica 46(2): 81-88

Differentiation of the lipolytic and proteolytic activities of various rennets and their inhibitory action on microbial lipases. XVIII Int. Dairy Congr, 1E, 284

Differentiation of the main primary root of maize seedlings in relation to absorption, distribution, binding and exudation of certain ions. Fiziologiya Rast, 17: 3, 466-70. Blbl. 13

Differentiation of the mammary gland in experimental congenital adrenal hyperplasia due to inhibition of ?5, 3 beta -hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase in rats. Proc. Soc. exp. Biol. Med, 132: 1, 237-41

Differentiation of the metaxylem vessels of the wilted mutant of Zea mays. Diss. Abstr, 29: 69-7485, 4064B p

Differentiation of the ovule epidermis in cotton. Cotton genetics. (Problems of heredity, variability and embryology), Akademija Nauk Uzbekskoj SSR Institut Eksperimental'noj Bio-logii Rastenij, Fan, Taskent., 160-85

Differentiation of the plant communities of the Carpinion Issler 1931 emend. Oberd. 1953 as a result of migration into S.W. Bohemia. Preslia. 36: 2, 165-77

Differentiation of the plowed layer in respect to biological activity under controlled conditions. Pochvovedenie, 9, 105-111

Differentiation of the principa! embryonal root of maize in relation to uptake, distribution, fixation and secretion of some ions. Fiziologiya Rast, 17: 466-470

Differentiation of the productive type of breeds of pig in Czechoslovakia on the basis of thyroid activity. Zivoc. Vyroba. 12: 187

Differentiation of the shoot apex and its relationship to the development of the vegetative organs in spring wheat (Yu-Chung-Hung and Kansu 96) under conditions of different soil water contents. Acta bot. sin, 13: 1, 24-38

Differentiation of the terminal bud of cabbage during storage in relation to the temperature regime in the early phases of growth. Izv. timirjazev. sel'.-hoz. Akad, 2, 140-50. bibl. 16

Differentiation of the viruses of Newcastle disease and classical fowl plague. Veterinariya, Moscow, 4, 25-26

Differentiation of three species of Neoaplectana (Nematoda: Rhabditida), grown axenically. Parasitology. 55: 3, 571-578

Differentiation of transferrin type D (Tf D) in cattle into Tf D1 and Tf D2. Genet. pol, 10: 3/4 (1969), 194

Differentiation of types and basic aspects of forest ownership. Montes, Madrid. 24: 139, 53-65

Differentiation of varietal and hybrid red wines from the Slovenian People's Republic by means of paper chromatography. Arh. poljopr. Nauk, 17: 57, 142-57

Differentiation of various nocardial species by susceptibility to nitrofurantoin. American Review of Respiratory Disease 104(3): 438-439

Differentiation of various strains of infectious canine hepatitis virus. Vet. Med. Praha. 13: 501-510

Differentiation of various types of rennet according to their lipolytic and proteolytic activity and inhibitory action on microbial Upases. Ost. Milchw, 25: 10, 211-17

Differentiation of vascular bundles in the cotyledons of some legumes. Comun. Bot, Bucuresti., 7: 95-101. Bibl. 9

Differentiation of viable and dead anthrax spores. Trudy nauchno-kontrol Inst. vet. Preparatov, 12: 171-173

Differentiation of virus types in foot-and-mouth disease. Acta vet. scand, 5: 133-145

Differentiation of virus-symptomless Geranium plants from anther callus. Pl. Dis. Reptr, 55: 11, 1017-1020

Differentiation of viruses pathogenic to Tobacco. Novenytermeles. Inst. Pl. Prot., Budapest., 18: 3, 59-68

Differentiation of wheat viewed from DNA content of nucleus and chromosome. Agronomy Abstracts. 24

Differentiation with Eu-Sorghum as evident from diverse dominance-recessive relationships. Madras agric. J, 54: 131-33

Differentiation, according to parent material, of some toposequences under ferraliitising conditions (near Bouca, Central African Republic). Cuhiers ORSTOM Serie Pedologie. 9: 1, 43-81

Differing causes of plastid multiplication in different cells. Ber. dtsch. bot. Ges, 78: 11, 105-10

Differing efficiencies of potassium utilisation in strains of snapbeans : Phaseolus vulgaris L. Pl. Soil, 337-346

Differing reaction of barley varieties to DDT and carbyne. Ugeskr. Landm, 109: 33, 527-31. bibl. 6

Differing sensitivity of photosynthesis to low leaf water potentials in corn and soybean. Plant Physiology 46(2): 236-239

Differing spontaneous fluorescence of sperm heads in different sections of the rabbit epididymis. Naturwissenschaften, 53: 362-363

Difficult calving from the breeder's point of view. Berl. Munch, tieraarztl. Wschr, 80: 1-4

Difficult germination of Rosa canina seeds and methods for overcoming it. Ucen. Zap. ul'janov. gos. ped. Inst, 23: 3, 164-8

Difficult-to-kill weeds of cereals. Proc. N.Z. Weed Pest Control Conf, 1966. 41-4

Difficulties In assessing moisture characteristics in soils high In organic matter content. C.r. hebd. Seanc. Acad. Agric. Fr, 53: 932-939

Difficulties and problems in the treatment of bronchopulmonary aspergillosis. Beitrage Zur Klinik und Erforschung der Tuberkulose und der Lungenkrankheiten 132: 126-129

Difficulties and prospects for community development in northeast Brazil. Inter-Amer. econ. Affairs (Washington), 17: 4, 37-58

Difficulties and prospects of modernization of Segala Canton: the Naucellois. Revue Geographique des Pyrenees et du Sud-Ouest. Toulouse, 43: 1, 45-69

Difficulties concerning and inconsistencies in the quality of market milk on the way from producer to consumer. Aspects of production and marketing. Milchwissenschaft, 24: 1, 16-20

Difficulties hi the genetic improvement of the coconut: a promising alternative method. Indian J. Genet, 28A: 154-64

Difficulties in agriculture and horticulture related to the introduction of chemical weed control. Agricultura, Louvain. 13: 1, 25-45

Difficulties in crossing. Zaadbelangen, 24: 22, 555-557

Difficulties in eradication of puilorum disease. Revue Med. vet, 118: 45-48

Difficulties in framing effective commodity agreements. Int. Dev. Rev, Washington, DC., 10: 2, 10-5

Difficulties in selling African bananas. Revta Agric, Lourenco Marques, 11: 107, 9-10

Difficulties in serological investigations of Potato infected with Potato virus Y. Postepy Nauk roln, 13: 5, 129-132

Difficulties in the clinical evaluation of the pathogenicity of yeasts of the genus C. Pol. Tyg. lek, 19: 3, 101-103

Difficulties in the diagnosis of brucellosis. Limitations of Wright's serum agglutination test. Bull. Soc. vet. prat. Fr, 52: 367-374

Difficulties in the genetic improvement of allogamous and self-sterile plants. Idia, 230, 36-38

Difficulties in the quantitative determination of aflatoxin in foods. Z. Lebensmittelunters. u. Forsch, 148: 6, 331-341

Difficulties in the treatment of vaginal mycosis. Mykosen. 11: 9, 617-618

Difficulties of Austrian viticulture. Mber. Ost. Inst. Wirt.-Forsch, Wien, 39: 2, 56-62

Difficulties of agricultural adjustment in the six Common Market countries and in France. Revue Def. natn, Paris., 25: 1433-49

Difficulties of extensive beef cattle husbandry in the Niari valley of Congo-Brazzaville. Tropenlandwirt, Witzenhausen a.d. Werra, 70: 46-56

Difficulties of large scale village replanning and building schemes near conurbations and in country areas. Mater.-Samml. Agr.-Soziale Ges., Gottingen. 80, 123

Difficulties of large-scale village renewal and house building on the outskirts of areas of high concentration and in rural areas. Mater. Samml. Agr.-Soziale Ges, Gottingen, 80, 123

Diffraction of continuous X-radiation by wood. Pap. ja Puu. 50: 4a, 151-4

Diffuse sclerosis in mink. Arsberetn. Inst. Sterilitetsforsk. K. Vet.- og Landbohjsk, 1965: 213-224

Diffuse yellow leaf spot of Arabica Coffee in Papua and New Guinea. Papua New Guin. Agric. J, 18: 3, 120-121

Diffusible rooting substances in woody ornamentals. J. Amer. Soc. hort. Sci, 96: 116-20. bibl. 7

Diffusion In soil crumbs. Tech. Rep. Ser. int. atom. Energy Ag, 48: 78-84

Diffusion and analysis of Carbon-14 labeled dieldrin in soils. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Am, 34: 28-31

Diffusion and quasi-diffusion resistances in relation to the carboxylation kinetics of maize leaves. Phys-iologia Plantarum, 23: 6, 1048-1056

Diffusion chambers for inducing immunity to Trichinella spiralis in mice. Experimental Parasitology 23(2): 228-233

Diffusion coefficient of I-ions in saturated clay soil. Plant and Soil. 36: 3, 709-711

Diffusion coefficients for two triazine herbicides in six soils. Weed Res, 10: 126-132

Diffusion coefficients in layered sols. Vest, sel'.-khaz. Nauki, Mosk, 2, 20-24

Diffusion coefficients of moisture through coniferous woods in the sorption and desorption processes. Bull. For. Exp. Sta., Meguro, Tokyo. 198, 201-24

Diffusion coefficients of softwoods by steady-state and theoretical methods. For. Prod. J, 15: 1, 21-7

Diffusion coefficients of water in fibreboards. Bull. For. Exp. Sta., Meguro, Tokyo. 173, 177-82

Diffusion dead-end pores and linearized absorptiosi in aggregated media. Aust. J. Soil Res, 6: 21-30

Diffusion equation solutions in experimental wood drying. Wood Sci., Madison. 1: 1, 47-57

Diffusion factor of human milk, and its relation to fat absorption in Thiry-Vella fistulae in dogs. Riv. pediat. sicil, 21: 4, 171-79

Diffusion impregnation experiments with Tanganyika timbers. Tech. Note Util. Sect. For. Div. Tanganyika. 32, 11

Diffusion in aggregated porous media. Soil Sci. Ill, 372-378

Diffusion in clay-water systems. II. The diffusion of cations. Annls agron, 18: 429-444

Diffusion in soil aggregates. Tech. Rep. Ser., int. atom. Energy Ag, 48, 78-85

Diffusion in the udder of dyes and antibiotics dissolved in dimethyl sulf-oxide (DMSO). Refuah vet, Vet. Inst., Bet Dagan, Israel, 24: 235-244

Diffusion into the cell walls of wood. Transl. Commonw. Sci. Industr. Res. Organ. Aust, 7306, 21

Diffusion juices as substitute for molasses in synthetic and semi-synthetic diets for cattle. Sborn. Vyzk. Ustav Krmiv. Prum. Sluz., Pecky. 525-540:

Diffusion models in population genetics. J. appl. Prob. London: Methuen & Co., Ltd, 2: 57. Price: 8s. 6d,

Diffusion of 1,3-dichloro-propene from a plane source in soil. Pestic. Sci, 2: 75-79

Diffusion of NaCl during dry salting or brining of Pecorino Romano cheese. Scienza Tec. latt. -casear, 21: 5, 295-303

Diffusion of aflatoxins in foodstuffs. J Food Sci 33(1): 98-107

Diffusion of agricultural information in the Yaqui Valley. Foll. Tecn. Inst. Nac. Invest. Agric, Mexico DF, 51, 62

Diffusion of carbon compounds away from wheat roots. Aust. J. biol. Sci, 22: 5, 1287-90. Bibl. 10

Diffusion of cations in soil. Tech. Rep. Ser. int. atom. Energy Ag, 48: 42-56

Diffusion of cations in soils. Tech. Rep. Set., int. atom. Energy Ag, 48, 42-56

Diffusion of certain weak organic acids and bases across the bovine mammary gland membrane after systemic administration. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 157(1): 245-253

Diffusion of dyes Eosin yellowish, Bromophenol blue and Naphthol green bluish in water adsorbed by montmorillonite. Soil Sci, 103: 281-287

Diffusion of ethanol solutions of rosin in the capillaries of wood. Lesn. Z., Arhangel'sk. 12: 2, 111-14

Diffusion of ethylene into and through wood. For. Prod. J, 15: 3, 134-9

Diffusion of exchangeable cations in weakly hydrated montmorillonite. Proc. 3rd int. Clay Conf., 1969. 1: 635-647

Diffusion of fertilizer salts In the soil. Z. PflErnahr. Bodenk, 120: 159-167

Diffusion of gases and vapours into and through wood. Dissert. Abstr, 25: 1, 8-9

Diffusion of herbicides to seed. Proceedings 25th North Central Weed Control Conference, 72

Diffusion of innovation and characteristics of the social systems. Country report-Poland. Diffusion of innovation and characteristics of the social systems. Country report-Poland, Wien, Austria: Int. Social Sci. Coun. Eur. Coordination Centre Res. Documn Social Sci., 51

Diffusion of ions through wood. Influence of position in tree. Holzforsch. u. Holzverwert., Wien. 16: 4, 71-2

Diffusion of iron and iron chelates in soil. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Am, 35: 407-410

Diffusion of iron in montmorillonite as determined by X-ray emission. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Am, 34: 591-595

Diffusion of methyl bromide into Pine wood during fumigation against Hylotrupes bajulus. Holzforsch. u. Holzverwert., Wien. 16: 4, 66-71

Diffusion of molecules and ions in soils and clays. 1. Literature review and some practical aspects. Rosti. Vyroba, 17 (XLIV): 233-249

Diffusion of non-swelling gas through wood. J. Jap. Wood Res. Soc, 13: 6, 225-31

Diffusion of organophosphorus insecticides in soils. J. Sci. Fd Agric, 20: 489-494

Diffusion of potassium in relation to physical and chemical properties of soils. Aarsskrift Kongelige Veterinaer-og Landbohojskole. 142-159

Diffusion of potassium-40 into an illite during prolonged shaking. Soil Sci Soc Amer Proc 29(5): 528-530

Diffusion of preservatives containing boron into Spruce wood. Derev. Prom, 20: 10, 15-6

Diffusion of radon in several naturally occurring soil types. Journal of Geophysical Research 70(2): 471-474

Diffusion of rosin in benzine solutions in the capillaries of wood. Lesn. Z, 13: 4, 104-7

Diffusion of rosin in benzine solutions in the capillaries of wood. 4. Coefficients of molecular diffusion of rosin and oleic acid in the benzine. 5. Effect of the force of gravity on the process of rosin diffusion in solutions in the capillaries of wood. Lesn. Z., Arhangel'sk. 1966. 8; 9: 4; 2, 129-34; 151-4

Diffusion of salts in clay-water systems. Soil Sci Soc Amer Proc 30(5): 534-540

Diffusion of solute in wood filled with non-swelling liquid. Bull. For. Exp. Sta., Meguro, Tokyo. 199, 189-95

Diffusion of strontium-90 in some soils in relation to moisture. Trudy Radiats. Gig. leningr. nauchno-issled. Inst. Radiats. Gig, 2: 212-215

Diffusion of substances in hydrophobic solutions in the capillaries of wood. Lesn. Z., Arhangel'sk. 12: 4, 109-15

Diffusion of sucrose in aqueous solutions in the capillaries of wood. Gidrol. lesohim. Prom, 22: 7, 8-9

Diffusion of technical innovations in agriculture. Report of an investigation in farm production co-opera-tiyes. Diffusion des nouveautes techniques dans l'agriculture. Compte-rendu ides enquetes dans les cooperatives agricoles de production, Wien, Austria: Int. Soc. Sci. Coun., Bur. Coordination Centre Res. Doc. Soc. Sci., 67

Diffusion of three chloro s-triazines in soil. Weed Sci, 18: 1, 53-6. Bibl. 24

Diffusion of urea from blood into saliva, rumen and milk of cattle. Rocz. Nauk rol. [B

Diffusion of zinc in soil : I. The influence of soil moisture. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings. 36: 1, 39-42

Diffusion of zinc in soil: II. The influence of soil bulk density and its interaction with soil moisture. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings. 36: 1, 42-46

Diffusion pressure deficit and turgidity relationships of detached leaves of Trifolium repens L. Australian J Agr Res 15(5): 746-751

Diffusion pressure deficit measurements as a means of timing irrigation for tomatoes. Australian J Exp Agr Anim Husb 6(20): 66-71

Diffusion research needs. N. Cent. Regional Res. Bull. Mo. Agric. Exp. Stn, Columbia, Mo, 186, 37

Diffusion resistance in leaves as related to their stomatal anatomy and micro-structure. Amer J Bot 51(9): 936-975

Diffusion resistance of leaves in relation to their anatomy. Fiziol. Rast, 17: 40-8. bibl. 13

Diffusion resistances of the adaxial and abaxial epidermes of kale leaves in a controlled environment. Photo-synthetica, 5: 3, 267-268

Diffusion through wood. J. Timb. Developm. Ass. India. 14: 2, 9-15

Diffusion within soil microstructure: a structural parameter for soils. J. Soil Sci, 16: 279-289

Diffusive resistances at, and transpiration rates from leaves in situ within the vegetative canopy of a corn crop. Plant Physiology 42(1): 99-104

Diffusive supply of phosphorus in relation to soil textural variations. Soil Sci, 110: 318-327

Diffusivity determination by a new outflow method. Publ. int. Ass. sci. Hydrol./UNESCO Symp. Wageningen, 83: 191-202

Difolatan, a promising fungicide for control of the tapping panel disease black thread in Hevea brasiliensis. Neth. J. Plant Path, 75: 113-18. bibl. 2

Digene Trematoden and Cestoden der Ostseefische als naturliche Fischmarken. Parasit. SchrReihe, 20, 144

Digeneans from the intestine of the besugo colorado (Pagrus pagrus L., family Sparidae) from Argentine coastal waters. A contribution to the problem of indicator parasites. Neotropica, 16: 50, 58-64

Digenetic and aspidogastrid trematodes from marine fishes of Curacao and Jamaica. Tulane Stud Zool 11(5): 169-228

Digenetic trematodes collected from the fishes in the sea north of the Tsushima Islands. Mem. natn. Sci. Mus. Tokyo, 3, 101-112, 103 p

Digenetic trematodes from Newfoundland, Canada. 2. Two species from Gasterosteus aculeatus Linnaeus, 1758. Can. J. Zool, 47: 5, 1086-1087

Digenetic trematodes from Newfoundland, Canada. I. Three species from Gasterosteus aculeatus Linnaeus, 1758. Can. J, Zoo/, 47: 5, 793-794

Digenetic trematodes from marine fishes of Curacao and Jamaica. Dissertation Abstracts, 24: 12, Pt.1, 5626-5627

Digenetic trematodes from the domestic fowl in Ghana. Journal of Helminthology 41(4): 329-336

Digenetic trematodes of Ascaphus truei in western Oregon. Dissertation Abstracts, 25: 6, 3752-3753

Digenetic trematodes of Hawaiian fishes. Digenetic trematodes of Hawaiian fishes, Tokyo: Keigaku Publishing Co. Ltd., 436

Digenetic trematodes of amphibians and reptiles from Fiji, New Hebrides and British Solomon Islands. Proc Helminthol Soc Wash 34(2): 244-251

Digenetic trematodes of amphibians and reptiles from Ghana. Proc Helminthol Soc Wash 35(1): 1-15

Digenetic trematodes of amphibians and reptiles from North Borneo (Malaysia.). Proc. helminth. Soc, Wash., 32: 2, 124-136

Digenetic Trematodes Of Fishes From Palawan Island, Philippines. Iv. Some Immature Didymozoidae, A Bucephalid; A New Hemiuroid Genus And Subfamily. Journal of Parasitology 50: 253-260

Digenetic trematodes of fishes from Palawan Island, Philippines. Part I. Families Acanthocolpidae, Angiodictyidae, Cryptogonimidae, Fellodistomidae, and Gyliauchenidae. Journal of Parasitology, 50: 2, 248-252

Digenetic trematodes of fishes from Palawan Island, Philippines. Part II. Five Opecoelidae, including three new species. Proc Helminthol Soc Washington 31(1): 40-46

Digenetic trematodes of fishes from Palawan Island, Philippines. Part III. Families Hemiuridae and Lepocreadiidae. Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washing ton, 31: 1, 109-120

Digenetic trematodes of marine fishes from Apalachee Bay, Gulf of Mexico. Tulane Stud. Zool. 12: 2, 39-50

Digenetic trematodes of marine fishes from Ghana : family Lepocreadiidae. J. Helminth, 44: 3/4, 365-386

Digenetic trematodes of marine fishes from Ghana: family Monorchiidae. Journal of Helminthology 43(1): 11-30

Digenetic trematodes of marine fishes from Ghana: families Acanthocolpidae, Buchephalidae, Didymozoidae. Proc. helminth. Soc. Wash, 35: 2, 237-247

Digenetic trematodes of marine fishes from Ghana: family Opecoelidae. Proc. helminth. Soc. Wash, 37: 2, 129-141

Digenetic trematodes of marine fishes of India. Part I. Bucephalidae and Cryptogonimidae. Indian Journal of Helminthology. 22: 1, 1-22

Digenetic trematodes of marine fishes of India. Part II. Fellodistomatidae. J. Parasit, 56: 5, 932-940

Digenetic trematodes of some freshwater and marine fishes from Ghana. Proc. helminth. Soc. Wash, 35: 2, 126-140

Digenetic trematodes: quinone tanning system in eggshells. Experimental Parasitology 30(1): 64-72

Digeni trematodi salmonoidnih i nekih drugih riba u Bosni i Hercegovini. Veterinaria, Saraj, 16: 3, 381 381-382

Digenic segregations and affinity. Bol. Inst. Invest. agron., Madr, 26: 54, 15-17

Digesta of sheep fed different hay-grain ratios. Journal of Animal Science 29(1): 62-68

Digesti-bility and biological value of some canned meats. An. Bromatol, 16: 485-498

Digestibilities and N balances of different rations for dairy cows. Zhivotn. Nauki, Sof., 5: 4, 27-36

Digestibility and N balance in poultry given maize and sorghum. Zeszyty nauk. WSR, Szczecin. 15, 58-61

Digestibility and N balance of Scenedesmus quadricauda in pigs and broilers. Jahrb. Tierernahrung Futterung. 70. 7: 426-434

Digestibility and N balances of rations based on hay from Italian ryegrass or pellets of hay given alone or with con-centrates. Rev. Agric., Brussels. 21: 761-775

Digestibility and N retention in fattening calves given ensiled barley grains with added urea and in growing pigs given that feed with no supplement. Arch. Tierernahrung. 17: 113-118

Digestibility and absorption of animal and vegetable protein sources without and with added fat. Postprandial changes in blood lipids and amino acids. Nahrung. 10: 281-289

Digestibility and absorption rate of the meatless meat. Jap. J. Nutrition. 27: 139-144

Digestibility and balance of N in 2 pairs of twin Polish Red bull calves. Zeszyty Naukowe Wyzszej Szkoty Rolniczej w Krakowie. 56, 3-13

Digestibility and balances of N, Ca, P, S and carotene in some feeds for sheep. Rev. Zooteh. Med. vet, 19: 10, 5-14

Digestibility and biological value of protein of different varieties of lucerne, red clover and green peas for pigs. Arch. Tierernahrung. 17: 555-576

Digestibility and biological value of the protein of some legumes. Zeitschrift fur Tierphysiologie, Tierernahrung und Futtermittelkunde. 28: 5, 261-264

Digestibility and chemical composition of fractions of lucerne during spring and summer. J. agric. Sci., Comb, 75: 2, 213-22. Bibl. 26

Digestibility and crude protein changes in ten maturing pasture species. Proc. Aust. Soc. anim. Prod, 8: 531-6. Bibl. 9

Digestibility and energy value in Giant Spanish rabbits. Avances Aliment. Mejora Animal. 5: 293-298

Digestibility and energy value of blight-damaged corn diets for hogs. Feedstuffs, USA. 43: 37, 36-37

Digestibility and energy value of concentrates for rabbits. Alimentazione Animale. 15: 3, 17-27

Digestibility and energy value of fruit of Opuntia ficus indica for sheep. Avances Aliment. Mejora animal. 8: 851-854; 857-860

Digestibility and energy values of poultry feedingstuffs. Arch. Tierernahrung. 21: 65-81

Digestibility and feed intake investigations at different stages of growth of Brachiaria ruzizinsis, Chloris gayana and Setaria sphacelata using Corriedale wether sheep. 1. Digestibility and voluntary intake. East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal. 37: 2, 125-128

Digestibility and feeding value for sheep of hay of Sanguisorba minor (Poterium sanguisorba L.) from experimental plots in the Sierra de Loja. Avances Aliment. Mejora animal. 6: 149-157

Digestibility and feeding value of by-products from the manufacture of wheat flour. Versl. landbouwk. Onderzoek, 730, 14

Digestibility and feeding value of cottonseed meal and non-protein nitrogen compounds for beef cattle. Bull. Wash. Agric. Exp. Sin, Pullman, Wash, 666, 6

Digestibility and feeding value of different single grasses. Versl. landbouwk. Onderzoek, 746, 21

Digestibility and feeding value of dried maize pellets. Rev. Agric., Brussels. 22: 535-542

Digestibility and feeding value of dried sugar beet pulps. Rev. Agric., Brussels. 22: 1101-1109

Digestibility and feeding value of extracted grapeseed meal low in crude fibre. Ann. 1st. sper. Zootec., Roma. 2: 41-54

Digestibility and feeding value of fodder bean meal for pigs. Ucen. Zap. Vitebsk. vet. Inst, 18: 89-92

Digestibility and feeding value of fresh and ensiled Chinese radish. Versl. landbouwk. Onderzoek, 649, 22

Digestibility and feeding value of fresh and ensiled oats. Versl. landbouwk. Onderzoek, 688, 29

Digestibility and feeding value of grapeseed oilmeals with different crude fibre contents. Annali dell'Istituto Sperimentale per la Zootecnia. 3: 1, 71-77

Digestibility and feeding value of long, ground and pelleted early-and late-cut hay. Dissertation Absts. (B). 28: 25B-26B

Digestibility and feeding value of maize after different physical treatments. Alimentazione animale. 14: 5, 47-51

Digestibility and feeding value of oilmeal from Abutilon avicennae in trials with adult rams and lactating cows. Ann. Ist. sper. zootec., Roma. 1: 215-227

Digestibility and feeding value of partly extracted Mbocaya pulp. Landbouwk. Tijdschr, 76: 767-770

Digestibility and feeding value of pea haulms with pods, dried and pelleted. Rev. Agric., Brussels. 22: 735-743

Digestibility and feeding value of pellets of dried citrus pulp. Rev. Agric., Brussels. 22: 1543-1551

Digestibility and feeding value of protein feeds preserved in different ways. Acta zootech., Nitra. 17: 23-34

Digestibility and feeding value of silage of pea haulms with pods from canning factories. Versl. landbouwk. Onderzoek, 653, 17

Digestibility and feeding value of skins of soya beans. Revue de l'Agriculture. 24: 3, 305-316

Digestibility and feeding value of sugar beet for pigs. Ucen. Zap. Vitebsk. vet. Inst, 18: 84-88

Digestibility and feeding value of whole dried acorn meal for sheep. Avances Aliment. Mejora animal. 7: 515-518; 521-523

Digestibility and feeding value of wild oats (Avena fatua). Landbouwk. Tijdschr, 78: 84-86

Digestibility and metabolism in different feeding conditions. Ovcevodstvo. 9, 27-28

Digestibility and metabolism in pigs given different types of feed. Svynarstvo. Resp. mizvid. temat. nauk. zb, 10, 56-63

Digestibility and metabolism in young pigs given different feeds. Izv. Akad. Nauk Armjansk. SSR, Biol. Nauki. 17: 2, 69-76

Digestibility and net energy of Moricandia arvensis, a cruciferous species of the grassland flora of S.Italy. Alimentaz. anim, 8: 7-8, 379-85

Digestibility and net energy of a crucifer of the pastures of southern Italy, Moricandia arvensis D.C. Alimentazione animale. 8: 379-385

Digestibility and nitrogen balance studies on rice straw and camote vine leaf silage of sheep. Philippine Agriculturist. 51: 185

Digestibility And Nitrogen Utilization Of Raw Fish And Dry Meals By Mink. American Journal of Veterinary Research 25: 1746-1750

Digestibility and nutritive value for lactating cows of 1st-2nd-and 3rd-cutting irrigated alfalfa hay harvested at 1/10 bloom. J. Dairy Sci, 47: 6, 708

Digestibility and nutritive value of Lathyrus ochrus. Melhoramento, 19: 33-40. Bibl. 9

Digestibility and nutritive value of fodder beet rich in DM. Revue Agric., Brux, 23: 3, 489-99. Bibl. 12

Digestibility and nutritive value of green oat (Avena sativa) forage. Indian Journal of Science and Industry. 4B: 2, 81-84

Digestibility and nutritive value of maize. Effect of hydrothermic treatment of the grain and of preserving moist ears in silos. Alimentazione Animale. 16: 1, 33-41

Digestibility and nutritive value of pure stands of different grasses. Verslagen van Landbouwkundige Onderzoekingen. 746, 21

Digestibility and nutritive value of rye and barley forages. Versl. landbouwk. Onderzoek, 676, 28

Digestibility and nutritive value of three different safflower oilcakes in studies with wethers. Landwirtsch. Forsch, 19: 128-137

Digestibility and proteinase inhibitory action of a kidney bean globulin. J. agric. Fd Chem, 17: 1318-21. bibl. 28

Digestibility and rate of passage of high-concentrate diets through the digestive tract of young steers. Rhodesia Zambia Malawi J Agr Res 4(2): 77-80

Digestibility and rate of passage through the gastrointestinal tract of torula/molasses in pig diets. Revista Cubana de Ciencia Agricola. 5: 3, 331-339

Digestibility and rumination. Effect of morphine given by cerebro-ventricular cannula to sheep. Annales de la Nutrition et de l'Alimentation. 25: 3, 121-138

Digestibility and use of cassava meal by pigs. Jahrb. Tierernahrung Futterung. 68. 6: 256-260

Digestibility and utilisation by sheep of different forms of grass meal. Ovtsevodstvo. 5, 33-35

Digestibility and utilisation of fats in the healthy and sick organism. Med. Ernahrung. 8: 151-152

Digestibility and utilization of barn yard feed of dried waste produced as a by product of potato starch production. Research Bulletin of Obihiro Zootechnical University, I. 7: 2, 280-287

Digestibility and utilization of cottonseed hulls by cattle. Journal of Animal Science 29(5): 773-776

Digestibility by and feeding value for rabbits of stem and of leaves and inflorescence and of whole plant of sulla (Hedysarum coronarium L.) with and without coprophagy. Prod. animale, Naples. 6: 139-150

Digestibility by dairy cows of the lignin in rations with lupin silage. Vestn. sel'skohoz. Nauki. 10, 135-137

Digestibility by pigs of diets with different proportions of bran evaluated by the method of van Soest. Riv. Zootec, 43: 92-101

Digestibility coefficient and nutritive value of cauliflower leaves and stems. Indian J. Dairy Sci, 20: 150-152

Digestibility coefficients of Spanish feedingstuffs. 2. Oats, vetch and sunflower seed oilmeal. Rev. Nutricion animal, Madrid. 2: 231-242

Digestibility determination of home produced feedstuffs with Korean native bulls. Res. Rep. Office rur. Dev, Suwon, 10: 4, 29-36. Bibl. 27

Digestibility experiments with dairy cows consuming different quantities of concentrates. J. Dairy Sci, 54: 374-378

Digestibility for conventional rats of a rat and mouse breeding diet after gamma-radiation or steam sterilisation. Zeitschrift fur Tierphysiologie, Tierernahrung und Futtermittelkunde. 27: 6, 338-343

Digestibility for cows of chopped or pelleted artificially dried clover and effect on rumen fluid composition, eating rate, and milk yield. Arch. Tierz, 13: 2, 123-30

Digestibility in rabbits and sheep. 3. Hybrid forage maize. Prod. animale, Naples. 3: 183

Digestibility in rabbits and sheep. 4. Forage sorghum. Prod. animale, Naples. 3: 315-330

Digestibility in rabbits and sheep. 5. Forage barley. Prod. animale, Naples. 4: 305-308

Digestibility in sheep given alkali in the feed in different ways. Khimiya v Sel'skom Khozyaistve. 9: 6, 464-465

Digestibility in the abomaso-intestinal tract of the calf under 1 year old (experiment with cooked oatmeal added to the milk). Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 44: 978-980

Digestibility in the abomaso-intestinal tract of the milk-fed calf: experimental test with oatmeal added to the milk. Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 41: 755-756

Digestibility in the pig. Factors influencing the digestion of the components of the feed and the digestibility of the amino acids. Inst. Veevoedings- onderzoek, "Hoorn". 152

Digestibility in vitro and available lysine contents of Indian oilseed meals. J. Sci. Food Agric, 19: 327-331

Digestibility in vitro as a method for determining the nutritive value of forage. 1. Effects of the duration of the incubation time and of the use of freeze-dried rumen liquor on the digestibility coefficients of lucerne. Revista de Nutricion Animal. 9: 1, 29-36

Digestibility in vitro as a method for estimating the nutritive value of forages. 1. Effect of length of incubation time and use of freeze-dried rumen liquor on digestibility of lucerne (Medicago sativa L.). Revista de Nutricion Animal. 9: 1, 29-36

Digestibility in vitro of some tropical forages. Paper presented at the 9th int. Grassld Congr., Sao Paulo, Brazil, Jan, 4. bibl. 8

Digestibility in vivo of green forage from permanently irrigated pasture and from ladino pastures, and seasonal variations. Ricerca sci, 35: 2B, 339-366

Digestibility investigations of rescue grass with rams. Poljopr. Znanstvena Smotra, 24: 13, 9. Bibl. 5

Digestibility of Polish cheeses. Roczn. panst. Zakt. Hig, 22: 3, 339-343

Digestibility of Theobroma cacao pods when fed to cattle. J Agr Sci 68(1): 23-25

Digestibility of a standard mash for broilers and the influence of some supplements on N balance. Rocz. Nauk rol. [B

Digestibility of a vegetable concentrate meal fed as a milk gruel to early-weaned calves. S African J Agr Sci 8(3): 635-642

Digestibility of amino acids in relation to digestibility of nitrogen in bacon pigs. Kong Vet Landbohoejsk Arsskr : 79-88

Digestibility of animal and vegetable protein sources without and with added fat. 1. The course of gastric emptying. Nutritio et Dieta. 8: 49-60

Digestibility of animal and vegetable protein sources without and with added fat. 2. Passage through small and large intestine. Nutritio et Dieta. 8: 88-99

Digestibility of autoclaved soybean meal after temporal adaptation of chicks to unheated soybean meal. Poultry Sci, 47: 1508-1513

Digestibility of berseem (Trifolium alexandrinum) hay by rabbits. Agric. Res. Rev, Cairo, 47: 6, 148-68. Bibl. 10

Digestibility of carotene in feeds for cattle. Rev. Zooteh. Med. vet, 17: 6, 17-25

Digestibility of cedar and aspen browse for the white-tailed deer. J Wildlife Manage 28(4): 791-797

Digestibility of cedar and balsam fir browse for the white-tailed deer. J Wildl Manage 32(1): 162-171

Digestibility of cedar and jack pine browse for the white-tailed deer. J Wildlife Manage 31(3): 448-454

Digestibility of chemically-cured range forage. J. Anim. Sci, 25: 2, 298

Digestibility of cottonseed feeds in diets with added antibiotics. Ovtsevodstvo. 4, 11-12

Digestibility of crude protein of sulphite waste liquor yeast dried as fodder. Arch. Tierernahrung. 17: 577-589

Digestibility of different feeds by geese. Arch. Gefliigelzucht Kleintierk, 15: 3-21

Digestibility of domestic feedstuffs determined in vitro. Res. Rep. Office Rural Development, Suwon. 12: 4, 37-41

Digestibility of dried potato puree products in vitro. (Study on behalf of the National Defence Organisation TNO.). Voeding. 29: 253-259

Digestibility of dry matter and nitrogen and the nitrogen balance of three skimmilk diets fed to Holstein calves. Journal of Dairy Science 53(2): 221-226

Digestibility of dry matter in some varieties of Dactylis glomerata, Festuca pratensis and Phleum pratensis. Agronomski Glasnik. 33: 3/4, 149-158

Digestibility of dry rolled and steam processed flaked barley. Journal of Animal Science 28(3): 425-428

Digestibility of dry, standing range grass by beef cattle determined by indicators. Revta invest. agropec. Ser. 1, 3: 2, 11-39. Bibl. 75

Digestibility of fat in patients with chronic enterocolitis on diet with normal fat content. Vop. Pitan, 26: 6, 49-51

Digestibility of fatty acids by pigs. Ann. Biol. animale, Biochim. Biophys, 8: 537-548

Digestibility of feed for Siberian stags. Sborn. nauc. Rabot Lab. pantov. Olenevodstva, Altajsk. Inst. sel'sk. hoz, 2, 38-43

Digestibility of feeds. Perevarimost' kormov, Izdat. "Kolos", Moscow, 163

Digestibility of feeds and N balance in pigs of different breeds. Zivotnovadni Nauki. 7: 5, 35-39

Digestibility of feeds and meat productivity of boars castrated by different methods. Veterinarija, Moscow. 3, 70-71

Digestibility of feeds and metabolism in young Gorki and Hampshire sheep. Ovcevodstvo. 2, 11

Digestibility of feeds and state of N balance in sheep with liver fluke. Izv. Akad. Nauk Armjansk. SSR, Biol.-Nauki. 17: 5, 51-58

Digestibility of finishing rations containing various sources and levels of roughage by steers. Journal of Animal Science. 32: 3, 544-548

Digestibility of fodders. Kolos. Moscow, 464. Price: 1.37 roubles. Bibl. 91

Digestibility of forages by the meadow vole (Microtus pennsylvanicus). J. Dairy Sci, 53: 1502-1508

Digestibility of forages in the rumen by the nylon bag method. Relation to feeding value. Ann. Zootech, 18: 419-436

Digestibility of forages in vitro as affected by content of silica. Journal of Animal Science. 33: 2, 466-471

Digestibility of fresh herbage, hay and silage. Wirtschaftseigene Futter. 11: 259-274

Digestibility of grape seed cake by sheep. C.R. Acad. Agric, 52: 218-221

Digestibility of grasses preserved with different moisture contents. Zhivotnovodstvo. 2, 32-33

Digestibility of groundnut shells used in feeding of animals. 1. Digestibility in vitro. Rev. Elevage Med. vet. Pays trop, 23: 493-502

Digestibility of guar meal in sheep. Agriculture Pakistan. 18: 333-339

Digestibility of high-moisture corn. Dissertation Absts. (B). 29: 2251B

Digestibility of leaves and steins of pigeon pea (Cajanus cajanus Millsp) and ramie (Boehmeria nivea L) estimated with bags in vivo. Rev. cubana Cienc. agric, 2: 217-219

Digestibility of leaves, leaf sheaths and steins in setaria. Journal of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science. 37: 2, 155-156

Digestibility of maize starch by ruminants. Ann. Biol. animale Biochim. Biophys, 10: 323-326

Digestibility of mechanical mixtures of early and late cut tall fescue. Agronomy Journal. 63: 4, 653-654

Digestibility of milo processed by different methods. J Anim Sci 27(2): 531-534

Digestibility of minerals by pigs. Zivoc. Vyr, 11: 403-414

Digestibility of nitrogenous material by ruminants. Ann. Nutrition Aliment, 20: 127-145

Digestibility of nutrients. Svinovodstvo. 11, 30

Digestibility of nutrients and N retention in Pietrain pigs during fattening. 1. Digestibility of nutrients in relation to growth. Ztschr. Tierphysiol. Tierernahrung Futtermittelk, 23: 331-339

Digestibility of nutrients and N retention in Pietrain pigs during fattening. 2. Retention and utilisation of N in relation to growth. Ztschr. Tierphysiol. Tierernahrung Futtermittelk, 23: 340-349

Digestibility of nutrients and evaluation of cultivated pasture herbage for dairy cows. Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel'skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii. 3, 168-175

Digestibility of nutrients and metabolism of N, Ca and P in Large White and Landrace breeding pigs. Zivotnovodstvo. 4, 74-75

Digestibility of nutrients and utilisation of nitrogenous substances by heifers on varying planes of nutrition. Zivoc. Vyr, 13: 755-764

Digestibility of oat husks and oat husk bran studied with wethers and pigs. Land-wirtsch. Forsch, 22: 39-50

Digestibility of olive oil. An. Bromatol, 21: 265-273

Digestibility of opaque-2, floury-2 and normal maize by growing pigs. Tecnica Pecuaria en Mexico. 15/16, 27-30

Digestibility of organic nutrients in pigs during fattening. Pol'nohospodarstvo. 17: 8, 667-675

Digestibility of pasture plants harvested in different ways for feeding dairy cows. Zivoc. Vyr, 15: 689-696

Digestibility of poultry feed and the effect of type of bird and form of the feed. Arch. Geflugelk, 31: 207-210

Digestibility of protein and absorption of amino acids in chickens on different intakes of protein. Wiss. Ztschr. Univ. Rostock, Math. Naturwiss. Reihe. 18: 105-109

Digestibility of protein, N balance and vitamin C status on a diet of dehydrated products. Vop. Pitan, 24: 1, 38-42

Digestibility of proteins and absorbability of lysine, methionine and cystine from different protein sources by growing albino rats. Arch. Tierernahrung. 20: 165-177

Digestibility of rations and N and mineral metabolism in dairy cows given natural and neutralized maize silage. Trudy troitsk. vet

Digestibility of rye and its value in pelleted rations for pigs. Canad. J. Animal Sci, 49: 375-381

Digestibility of sesame meal by chickens. Landbouwk. Tijdschr, 76: 499-501

Digestibility of sodium hydroxide-treated straw fed alone or in combination with alfalfa silage. Canadian Journal of Animal Science. 51: 3, 743-747

Digestibility of some carbohydrate fractions (sugar, starch, pentosans, crude cellulose, lignin) in feeds for poultry. Archiv fiir Gefliigelkunde. 35: 1, 29-35

Digestibility of some legume silages. Mem. Asoc. latinoamer. Prod. animal. 4: 61-68

Digestibility of sorghum grain reconstituted and ensiled for different periods. Rev. cubana Cienc. agric, 2: 75-79

Digestibility of standing dry natural pasture estimated with indicators in beef cattle. Rev. Invest. Agropecuar, 3: 11-39

Digestibility of straw prepared in different ways for use as a feed. Zhivotnovodstvo. 11, 33-35

Digestibility of the constituents of S 24 perennial ryegrass and S 37 cocksfoot with special reference to the carbohydrates. Ann. Zootech, 13: 117-150

Digestibility of the feed, and N, Ca and P metabolism in calves reared on milk substitutes. Zivotnovodstvo. 6, 70-72

Digestibility of the lignin fraction of straw after processing. Vestnik Sel'skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki. 1: 35-38

Digestibility of the nutrients of feeds with added keratin meal and the effect of these supplements on the growth of nutria. Rocz. Nauk rol. (B). 90: 567-576

Digestibility of the nutrients of straw in relation to chemical treatment. Him. sel'sk. Hoz, 6: 772-774

Digestibility of the proximate nutrients of forage by horses. Journal of Animal Science 26(5): 1039-1045

Digestibility of tropical pasture mixtures using the indicator technique. J. Agric. Sci, 75: 175-181

Digestibility of unheated soybean meal for laying hens. Journal of Nutrition 88(2): 187-192

Digestibility studies with cellulose-U-C14 on larvae of the pale western cutworm, Agrotis orthogonia. J. Insect Physiol. 15: 1, 5-10

Digestibility trials and N balance in sheep given artificially dried lucerne, urea and tendon meal. Lalahan Zootek. Arast. Enst. Dergisi. 9: 3/4, 34-47

Digestibility trials and feedlot performance of Sudan desert sheep. Trop. Agric., Trinidad. 47: 325-330

Digestibility trials in a climatic chamber. 1. Effect of temperature and humidity on nutritive value of diets with different fat contents for rabbits. Avances Aliment. Mejora animal. 11: 895-898; 901-906

Digestibility trials in vitro with forage from pasture. Landkon. Forsgslab. Efterarsmode Arbog. 131-135

Digestibility trials on broilers with the uric acid method. Rev. Nutricion animal, Madrid. 3: 27-38

Digestibility trials with pigs experimentally infested with Ascaris lumbricoides L. Rev. Nutricion animal. 3: 176-185

Digestibility trials. Pelleted lucerne and clover and grass. Fodder sugar beet and clover and grass hay. Mocaya cake (Acrocomia sclerocarpa). Landokon. Forsogslab. Efterarsmode Arbog. 128-131

Digestibility trials: in vitro techniques. (Misc. Publ. 1147 For. Serv. U.S. Dep. Agric.). Range and wildlife habitat evaluation-a research symposium. Flagstaff and Tempe, Arizona, May, 1970. 85-92. bibl. 46

Digestibility with bags in vivo: relative position of the bag in the rumen. Rev. cubana Cienc. agric, 2: 285-287

Digestibility, N balance and some metabolic values in rumen contents and blood of sheep given feeds with ammoniated beet pulp. Acta agrar. silvest., Ser. zootech, 9: 2, 129-151

Digestibility, intake and chemical composition of old meadow hay. Irish J. Agric. Res, 7: 31-36

Digestibility, metabolic loss of energy and retention of N of rations with added fat for poultry. Avances Aliment. Mejora animal. 10: 121-122; 125-126

Digestibility, morphology, and chemical composition of pearl millet. Crop Sci 7(6): 581-584

Digestibility, nitrogen retention and caloric value of rapeseed and soybean meals when fed at two dietary levels to calves. Canadian Journal of Animal Science. 50: 3, 507-512

Digestibility, nitrogen retention and energy values of sorghum grain and corn rations at three levels of intake. Journal of Animal Science 27(1): 170-173

Digestibility, nutritive value and intake of ensiled corn plant (Zea mays) in cattle and sheep. J. Animal Sci, 30: 819-824

Digestibility, nutritive value and intake of reed canarygrass (Phalaris arundinacea L. Agron. F, 61: 4, 503-5. Bibl. 9

Digestibility, rate of passage and rate of gain in the gastrectomized pig. Journal of Animal Science 26(3): 500-503

Digestibility, total digestible nutrient and nitrogen balance studies on tamarugo (Prosopis tamarugo Phil.) forage. Journal of Animal Science. 33: 3, 667-670

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Digestible and metabolizable energy requirements for winter maintenance of Michigan white-tailed does. J. Wildlife Management. 34: 863-869

Digestible and metabolizable energy values for pigs of diets based on high-test molasses or final molasses and sugar. J. Animal Sci, 29: 578-580

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Digestible energy of wheat and oat grains when fed to sheep. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture and Animal Husbandry. 11: 53, 610-614

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Digestible nutrients and metabolisable energy of some refined products of the maize starch industry for fattening calves. Ztschr. Tierphysiol. Tierernahrung Futtermittelk, 27: 71-81

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Digestion and absorption of 15N-labelled microbial protein in the large intestine of the horse. British Veterinary Journal 127(5): 11-13

Digestion and absorption of dietary nitrogen anterior and posterior to equine cecal fistulas. Dissertation Absts. Internat. (B). 30: 1437B,

Digestion and absorption of fats in patients after surgery of the stomach for gastroduodenal ulcer. Arq. Gastroenterol, 6: 69-76

Digestion and absorption of ingested and secreted proteins labeled with 75Se-selenomethionine and 35S-methionine in the gastrointestinal tract of the rat. Journal of Nutrition 94(2): 249-255

Digestion and absorption of maltose in rats infected by the nematode Nippostrongylus brasiliensis. Experimental Parasitology 18(1): 12-24

Digestion and absorption of proteins in infants less than 10 hours old. Comparison of casein and a hydrolysate of lactalbumin. Revista Espanola de Pediatria. 27: 160, 423-446

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Digestion coefficients, blood glucose levels and molar percentage of volatile acids in intestinal fluid of ponies fed varying forage-grain ratios. Journal of Animal Science 33(5): 992-995

Digestion experiment of wet brewer's grain with dairy cows. Japanese Journal of Zootechnical Science. 42: 1, 55-56

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Digestion in Friesian and Jersey cows on different rations. Vestn. sel'skohoz. Nauki. 3, 73-76

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Dip treatment in polyethylene glycol not effective in preventing surface checking. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note U.S. For. Prod. Lab., Madison. FPL-0204, 6

Dip-rinse better than foam application for SOPP treatment of citrus. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, 78: 356-7

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Dipeptides, process for their production, and application as sweeteners. W. Germ. Pat. Appl, 1 936 159,

Dipetalonema gracile in a capuchin monkey (Cebus capucinus). Veterinary Record 87(18): 538-539

Dipetalonema odendhali (Nematoda: Filarioidea) from the northern fur seal, with a description of the microfilaria. Journal of Parasitology 57(3): 469-472

Dipetalonema odendhali in a sea lion. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 19(4): 78-79

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Diphenamid and direct-seeded pepper. Proc. sth. Weed Conf, 1966. 202-9

Diphenamid and solan on tomatoes. Zasc. Rast, 14: 5, 29

Diphenamid as an autumn herbicide for control of winter weeds in strawberry. Mtg Weed Soc. Amer, 42p

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Diphenamid; tolerances for residues. Fedl Register. Jan 18. 37: 11, 738

Diphenylamine for the diagnosis of nitrate intoxication. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 148(6): 662-665

Diphezyl treatment of trichuriasis. Medskaya Parazit, 38: 5, 614-615

Diphezyl-a new anthelmintic for the treatment of trichuriasis. Medskaya Parazit, 38: 1, 80-84

Diphilus of Siphnos and Hellenistic medical dietetics. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 25(2): 194-201

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Diphyllo-bothrium ponticum n.sp., a new diphyllobothriid from Tursiops truncatus. Sbornik Rabot po Gel'mintologii posvyashchen 90-letiyu so dnya rozhdeniya Akademika K.I. Skryabina, Moscow: Izdatel'stvo "KOLOS", 123-125

Diphyllobothriid cestodes from the Hawaiian monk seal, Monachus schauinslandi Matschie, from Midway Atoll. J. Fish. Res. Bd Can, 26: 4, 947-956

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Diphyllobothrium arctomarinum n.sp. from Stercorarius parasiticus. Mater. nauch. Konf. uses. Obshch. Gel'mint, Part I, 254-258

Diphyllobothrium polyrugosum n.sp. from Orcinus orea in the Southern Hemisphere. Helminth fauna of animals in southern seas, Kiev: Naukova Dumka, 3-9

Diphyllobothrium pterocephalum n.sp. from Cystophora cristata. Helminthologia. 7: 1/4, 65-70

Diplectanidae (Monogenea) de teleosteens de la Mediterranee occidentale. II. Parasites d'Epinephelus gigas (Brunnich, 1768). Annls. Parasit. hum. comp, 40: 5, 517-523

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Diplectanotrema priacanthi n.sp. (Monogenoidea: Ancyrocepha-linae) from the intestinal tract of Priacanthus sp. Vest. Zool, 4, 38-41

Diplo-coccus pneumoniae as the cause of death in buffalo calves (Bubalus bubalis). Dt. tierarztl. Wschr, 77: 164-166

Diplocladium penicilloides Sacc. attacking cultivated Mushrooms. Pl. Path, 14: 4, 189

Diplococcal infection in rabbits, mink and silver-grey foxes. Krolikovod. Zverovod, 10: 1, 37 p

Diplococcus pneumoniae infection in goats and sheep. Nuova Vet, 43: 520-524

Diplococcus pneumoniae type 16 in laboratory rats. Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine and Veterinary Science 31(9): 216-218

Diplocotyle (Eucestoda), a parasite of Gammarus zaddachi in the estuary of the Yorkshire Esk, Britain. Parasitology. 55: 3, 415-420

Diplodia. Plant Dis. Reptr, 52: 5, 359-60

Diplodia dieback in Pines. Rep. For. Res. Inst. Dep. For. S. Afr. 64. 1964?. 12

Diplodia ear rot of maize in Maharashtra. Nagpur agric. Coll. Mag, 41: 66-69

Diplodia in Pines. For. & Timb., Sydney. 2: 4, 10-1

Diplodia natalensis causing dry rot of Guava fruits in South India. Pl. Dis. Reptr. 56: 4, 323-324

Diplodia pinea as a cause of colour change in Pine wood. Cellulosa e Carta. 20: 11, 43-5

Diplodia pinea in Uruguay. Bol. Dep. For. Uruguay. 14, 10-6

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Diplodia tip blight of Pines in the Central Great Plains: Damage and control. PL Dis. Reptr. Rocky Mountain Forest & Range Exp. Stn, Lincoln, Neb., 52: 5, 359-360

Diplodia tumefaciens (Macrophoma tumefaciens), the cause of galls and rough bark in Poplar. Proc. Can. phytopath. Soc, 16

Diplodiscus mehrai: chemical nature of eggshell. Experimental Parasitology 23(3): 392-397

Diplodiscus sub clavatus u Rana esculenta i njegovi razvojni oblici u puzevima Planorbis planorbis. Veterinaria, Saraj, 19: 4, 533-536

Diplogasterid nematodes (Diplogasteridae : Rhabditida) and their relationship to insect disease. J. Invert. Path, 3: 447-454

Diplogonoporus fukuokaensis sp. nov. (Cestoda: Diphyllobothriidae) from a girl in Japan. Jap. J. Parasit, 19: 6, 635-644

Diplogonoporus grandis from man in the coastal area of the Japan Sea. Yonago Acta Medica 12(3): 183-191

Diploic circulation in rodents.I. Nuova Vet, 46: 295-319

Diploid Medicago falcata L. Canadian J Genet Cytol 6(2): 152-163

Diploid and poly-ploid plant species in the Karakumy desert. Vestnik Leningradskogo Universiteta. 15, 51-59

Diploid and tetraploid red clover in seed production trials at Ultima. Svensk Frotidning. 40: 6, 87-89

Diploid and triploid sugar beet - mangel hybrids on a fertile and male-sterile basis. Vest, sel'skohoz. Nauk. (Rec. agric. Sci.), 10, 80-85

Diploid chromosome pairing in colchicine induced autopolyploid seedlings of Saccharum spontaneum. Canad. J. Genet. Cyt, 9: 664 p

Diploid races of tetraploid Dichanthium species. Amernatur 99(906): 167-171

Diploid-tetraploid hybridization in cultivated potatoes. Amer. Potato J, 336 p

Diploid-triploid chimerism in 3 tortoiseshell cats. Research in Veterinary Science 12(3): 275-279

Diploid-triploid chimerism in a bovine true hermaphrodite. Cytogenetics 9(4): 245-259

Diploid-triploid chimerism in a true hermaphrodite mink (Mustela vis on). Hereditas. 56: 159-170

Diploidization capacity and its connexion with problems of sexuality in yeasts. Biologia, Bratislava, 22: 831-38

Diploidization of induced tetraploid hybrids of Dactylis glomerata by means of X-ray irradiation. Diss. Abst, 28: 4385B-86B

Diploidy and polyteny in differentiation of plant organs. Abst. Pap. XI Internat. bot. Congr, 196 p

Diplolaimelloides bruciei n.sp. (Monhysteridae : Nematoda), prevalent in marsh grass Spartina alterniflora Loisel. Can. J. Zool, 48: 3, 573-575

Diplolepis (=Rhodites) rosae (L.) (Hym.: Cynipidae) and a review of its parasite complex in Europe. Tech. Bull. Commonw. Inst. biol. Control. 9, 93-131. 5 pp

Diplophallus laglei n.sp. (Cestoda : Cyctophyllidea) from the viccacha, Lagidium peruanum Meyer, 1832 (Chinchillidae) from the Chilean Andes. Proc. helminth. Soc. Wash, 33: 1, 49-53

Diplopoda in forest soils of the Belovezskaja Pusca. Pedobiologia, Jena. 4: 4, 299-309

Diplostomulum (Trematoda: Strigeoidea) Associated With Herniations Of Bullhead Lenses. Journal of Parasitology 51: 224-229

Diplostomum infections of salmonid fish. Veteri-nariya. 41: 6, 67-68

Diplostomum metacercariae (Trematoda, Diplostomatidae) as parasites in the eyes of trout and burbot in Finland. Annls zool. fenn, 3: 3, 172

Diplostomum suvun imumatojen (Trematoda, Diplostomatidae) metakerkariat kirjolohen ja mateen silmaloisina' Suomessa. Suom. Elainlak, 72: 4, 145-146

Diplotriaena kennedyi n.sp. (Diplotriaenidae: Diplotriaeninae) from the nightingale, Molpastes burmanicus Blanf. and Oates. Res. Bull. Panjab. Univ. Sci, 16: 3, 209-217

Diplotriaena lagopusi and D. andersoni spp.n. (Diplotriaenidae: Filarioidea) from white-tailed ptarmigan (Lagopus leucurus) in North America. Proc. helminth. Soc. Wash, 38: 1, 86-89

Diplotriaena singhi sp.n. from a pied bushchat, Saxicola caprata bicolor (Sykes) from India. Rec. zool. Surv. India, 62: 1/2, 61-62

Diplozoon schizothorazi n.sp. from Lake Issyk-Kul. Mater. nauch. Konf. vses. Obshch. Gel'mint, Part IV, 88-92

Dipping against deer browsing, as compared with coating. Forst- u. Holzw, 24: 18, 371,.376

Dipping depth as a factor in the treatment of hardwood cuttings with indolylbutyric acid. A.R. E. Malling Res. Stat., 1970. A53: 91-4. bibl. 6

Dipping of hatching eggs in tylosin tartrate solution to prevent Mycoplasma gallisepticum infection in chicks. Thesis, Faculteit der Diergeneeskunde, Utrecht, 167

Dipping unhusked corn ears in insecticides against stored product pests. Philipp. Agric, 48: 4-5, 181-186

Dipropyl isocinchomeronate; tolerances for residues. Fedl Register. Aug 23. 37: 16 937-16 938,

Diptenchus indicus n.gen., n.sp. (Nematoda: Tylenchidae) from soil around roots of grapevine from Delhi, India. Nematologica. 15: 3, 337-340

Diptera among the insects in crops and hedgerows in the Tunis region. Syrphids (1st note). Bull. EC. natn. sup. Agric. Tunis, Tunis, 14-15, 65-70

Diptera as pests of rice. Zashch. Rast, pt. 9, 33-34

Dipterex and entobacterin in vegetable crops. Zasc. Rast. Vred. Bolez, 10: 7, 15-16

Dipterex for codling moth control. Sadovodstvo, 7, 20 p

Dipterex for the control of codling moth. Sadovodstvo, 5, 18

Dipterex increases cabbage yields. Zasc. Rast, 11: 7, 21-2

Dipterex is effective. Zasc. Rast, 12: 6, 29

Dipterex wettable powder. Zasc. Rast. Vred. Bolez, 9: 9, 31

Dipterocarps of Sabah (North Borneo). Sabah For. Rec, 5, 344. Price: $20

Dipterous root-eating flies, a new pest of our horticulture. Informatore Fitopatologico, 21: 23/24, 3-7

Dipylidium caninum, Echinococcus granulosus and Hydatigera taeniaeformis: histochemical identification of cholinesterases. Experimental Parasitology 25(1): 217-231

Dipylidium infection in a 6-month-old infant. Journal of Pediatrics 69(5): 814-815

Diquat and paraquat for barley grass control in mature lucerne stands. Fld Stn Rec. Div. Pl. Industry C.S.I.R.O, 3: 1, 73-6. bibl. 5

Diquat and paraquat for the chemical desiccation of sugar cane. Anais V Semin, bras Herbicidas, 181-7. Bibl. 8

Diquat and paraquat- where do they stand as aquatic herbicides?. Proc. 18th sth. Weed Control Conf, 512-6. bibl. 11

Diquat and paraquat-new agricultural tools. Chemy Ind, 19, 782-8. bibl. 20

Diquat and paraquat: two herbicides whose unusual properties permit reconsideration of the utility of certain traditional cultural practices. Phytoma, 163, 19-22. bibl. 5

Diquat and photophosphorylation. Pl. Physiol, Lancaster, 39: Supplement, xiii

Diquat cataract in the rat. Biochemical Journal 114(4): 89p-89p

Diquat controls tasselling in Victorias. Exp. Stat. Bull, Victorias Milling Co, 14: 5/6, 5

Diquat dibromide as a chemical aid to pasture establishment in the lower south-east of South Australia. Australian J Exp Agr Anim Husb 5(18): 203-207

Diquat residues in two New York lakes. Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Control Conference, 24: 281-2

Direct UHT processing of milk. Industrie agr, 6: 10, 493-99

Direct absorption of riboflavin tetrabutyrate through digestive canal. Journal of Vitaminology 16(3): 247-248

Direct acid, continuous Cottage cheese process. Cult. Dairy Prod. J, 4: 3, 11-12

Direct action of insulin on the hypothalamic satiety center. Amer. J. Physiol, 219: 938-943

Direct addition of tocopherol to milk for control of oxidized flavor. J. Dairy Sci, 51: 1705-1707

Direct agricultural tax burden: an inter-state comparison. Econ. Political Wkly, Bombay, 4: 34, 1371-3

Direct analysis of individual analogues of alpha-acids, beta-acids and 4-desoxyhumulones in hops using gas-liquid chromatography and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. J. Inst. Brew, 75: 376-82. bibl. 16

Direct and RF heat curing of wood-plastic composites. For. Prod. J, 16: 9, 99-106

Direct and combined methods for measuring grassland yields. Trudy mosk. Obshch. ispyt. Prir, 27: 17-45. Bibl. 6

Direct and consequent effects of industrial fertilizers on the uptake and utilization of nutrients by sugar beet. Rostlinna Vyroba. 18: 1, 53-61

Direct and correlated responses to selection for 63-day body weight in chickens. Proc. 13th Wld's Poult. Congr., Kiev, 1966. Sect. Pap.: 86-91

Direct and correlated responses to selection in mice. 9th int. Congr. Anim. Prod, Edinb., 92

Direct and crossed sensitizing ability of some species of mycobacteria in different animal species. Archiva vet, 4: 53-74

Direct and cumulative effects of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium on rice. Agr Res J Kerala 4(1): 11-16

Direct and indirect antagonism between Paryphostomum segregatum and Echinostoma paraensei in the snail Biomphalaria glabrata. Z. PardsitKde. 31: 2, 101-107

Direct And Indirect Complement-Fixation Tests For Infectious Bronchitis Virus. American Journal of Veterinary Research 25: 1249-1255

Direct and indirect contribution of nitrogen by white clover in a grass/ clover sward. Occ. Symp. 6 Br. Grassld Soc, 233-7. Bibl. 6

Direct and indirect effect of antibiotics on the development of Ascaris eggs cultured together with Escherichia coli and Proteus mirabilis. Acta, Parasitologica Polonica, 12: 1/12, 77-84

Direct and indirect effects of day length on the aphid Megoura viciae Buckton. J Insect Physiol 13(12): 1781-1785

Direct and indirect fluorescent antibody staining of Ophiobolus graminis Sacc. in culture and in the rhizosphere of cereal plants. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 36(4): 549-554

Direct and indirect methods of ultra-high temperature sterilization of milk. XVIII Int. Dairy Congr, 1E, 177

Direct and residual availability of native and applied potassium in soil. J Res Punjab Agr Univ 3(3): 1-6

Direct and residual effect of fertilizers in two trials with small fruits. Forsk. Fors. Landbr, 17: 227-240

Direct and residual effect of fertilizers on yield of fine-fibred cotton on irrigated grey serozem soils. Bulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Nauchno-IssledovateV skogo Instituta Udobrenii i Agropochvovedeniya, 10, 84-89

Direct and residual effect of fertilizers on yield of potatoes in hills in Alma-Ata province. Trudy kazakh. sel'.-khoz. Inst, 13: 2, 128-34

Direct and residual effect of micronntrient on carrot seed production. Indian Journal of Agronomy, 15: 4, 402-405

Direct and residual effect of silicate and tribasic sodium phosphate oa accumulation of strontium-90 in wheat and pea crops. Agrokhimiya, 6, 88-95

Direct and residual effects of herbicides. Khlopkovodstvo, 19: 4, 39-40

Direct and residual effects of two mixtures of nitrogen and phosphorus upon the growth of Acala cotton in the Pecos Valley. Agron J 56(1): 18-20

Direct and residual effects of urea-formaldehyde fertilizers. Ust. ved. Inf. MZ, Rosti. Vyroba, Ved. Cas, 13: 521-536

Direct and transfer response of rats selected for growth at two environmental temperatures. Growth 35(1): 1-10

Direct application of serum to thin-layer plates for rapid determination of serum lipids. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 42(12): 1154-1155

Direct application of superphosphate to the roots of Pinus radiata D. Don seedlings as a pre-planting procedure. For. tech. Pap. For. Comm. Vict, 20, 14-6

Direct automatic and manual ultramicroestimation of chloride in biological fluids. Clin. chim. Acta. 28: 323-327

Direct bank crediting consolidates economy of collective farms. Ekon. sel'.Hoz., Moskva. 42: 6, 53-60

Direct bank loans to collective farms. Den'gi Kredit. Moskva, 24: 12, 28-35

Direct bioautography on thin-layer chromatograms as a method for detecting fungitoxic substances. Journal of Chromatography 51(2): 327-329

Direct colorimetric method for the determination of free ammonia in blood. Agric. Biol. Chem., Japan. 31: 301-308

Direct comparisons of physical properties of Maize dwarf mosaic and Sugarcane mosaic virus strains. Phytopathology. 61: 8, 1026

Direct connexions between farms and industrial enterprises are to be expanded. Ekon. sel'. Hoz, Moskva, 42: 11, 22-8

Direct contamination of plants in relation to irrigation by spraying. Bibliographic study. Commissariat a l'Energie atomique, Ser. Bibliogr, 53, 82

Direct contributions to income (in W. Germany). Agrarwirtschaft, Hannover, 13: 8, 237-45

Direct costs and returns from the installation and operation of refrigerated milk vats-the farmer's viewpoint. Misc. Bull. Div. Mktg agric. Econ. N.S.W. Dep. Agric, 10: 1-21

Direct costs and wages of transport delivery. Gazdalkodas, Budapest., Budapest, 12: 8, 23-31

Direct costs of establishing coffee by planting systems involving free growth or systematic hard pruning. Agricultura em Sao Paulo, 17: 5/6, 43-58

Direct counting of protozoa of blood by fluorescence microscopy. American Journal of Veterinary Research 29(12): 2419-2422

Direct counts of soil organisms using a fluorescent brightener and a europium chelate. Soil Biol. Bio-chem, 3: 85-87

Direct credit for collective farms. Den'gi Kredit, Moskva, 24: 1, 29-33

Direct damage to strawberry by Longidorus elongatus (de Man, 1876) Thorne and Swanger, 1936. Meded. LandbHoogesch. OpzoekStns Gent. 30: 3, 1437-1443

Direct detection of enterotoxin in cheese. Zborn. Vojnomed. Akad, 160-62

Direct detection of ionizable herbicides by electrophoresis. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 4(4): 246-255

Direct detection of staphylococcal nuclease in foods. Bact. Proc, 113:

Direct detection of sucrose and of other sugars in milk by 2-dimensional thin-layer chromatography. Industrie Aliment, Pinerolo, 9: 1, 57-61

Direct determination of area distribution based upon topographic features by means of the Wild B9 Aviograph. Photogrammetria, Amsterdam. 123-37

Direct determination of fat in butter with the Smetham extractor. J. agric. Chem. Soc, Japan, 40: 2, 113-17

Direct determination of higher fatty acids in Emmental cheese by gas partition chromatography. Milchwissenschaft. 26: 10, 617-621

Direct determination of manganese in soil extracts by atomic-absorption spectroscopy. Analyst. Lond, 93: 475

Direct determination of metal traces in plant oils and fats by atomic absorption spectrography. Revue fr. Cps gras. 16: 7, 497-500

Direct determination of plasticizer migration from plastics into fat and fat-containing foods. Dte LebensmittRdsch.W, Staatlichen Chem. Untersuchungsamt, Braunschweig, German Federal Republic, 6, 180-184

Direct determination of potassium ion accumulation in guard cells in relation to stomatal opening in light. Plant Physiology 44(9): 1350-1354

Direct determination of rumen volatile fatty acids by gas chromatography. Journal of Dairy Science 51(2): 228-229

Direct determination of serum zinc by atomic absorption spectroscopy. Korean Journal of Nutrition. 4: 3, 1-4

Direct drilling cuts cereal costs on a small farm. Fmr's Wkly, 71: 15, xxvii

Direct drilling for pasture and crops. New Zealand Journal of Agriculture, 122: 5, 40-41; 43

Direct drilling in North West Europe. Proc. 9th Br. Weed Control Conf, 1302-5. Bibl. 4

Direct drilling of fodder crops in Brecon and Radnor. Publication, Agricultural Development and Advisory Service (Wales), 86

Direct drilling of wheat using the bipyridyl herbicides. Proc. 1st Victorian Weeds Conf, 3: 10-14. Bibl. 3

Direct drilling saves time, manpower, wear and tear. Fmg Wld, x; xi; xiv:

Direct drive in power saws. Publ.] FAO/ECE Jt. Comm. Working Tech, FAO/ECE/LOG/113, 36

Direct effects and residual effects in two fertilizer experiments with small fruit crops. Forskn. Fors. Landbr. 17: 227-40. bibl. 3

Direct effects of cold weather on the energetic efficiency of beef production in different regions of Canada. Canad. J. Animal Sci, 50: 563-573

Direct effects of copper upon Colletotrichum coffeanum Noack. PANS. 13: 2, 163-167

Direct establishment of ley meadows and pastures on ploughed-up Nardetum strictae natural grassland. Zborn. Rad. poljopriv. Fak. Univ. Beogr, 14: 423, 14. Bibl. 26

Direct estimation of a fish population acoustically. J. Fish. Res. Board Canada. 25: 2349-2364

Direct estimation of serum iron and unsaturated iron binding capacity in a single aliquot. Clinical Biochemistry 3(4): 307-314

Direct estimation of the different components of chicken carcases with the object of assessing meat yield. Ann. Zootech, 13: 355-366

Direct estimation of urea in blood with diacetylmonoxime. Clin. chim. Acta. 18: 417-424

Direct evidence for models of heterosis provided by mutants of Arabidopsis blocked in the thiamine pathway. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 39(2): 68-72

Direct Evidence for Translocation of Sucrose in Sugarcane Leaves and Stems. Plant Physiology 39(2): 180-184

Direct financial assistance to agriculture by the Federal Government, 1964-65. Can. Fm. Econ, Ottawa, 2: 27-9

Direct fluorescent antibody test for Marek's disease. Zentbl, VetMed, 17B: 460-478

Direct forcing of tulips. Progr. Rep. exp. Husb. Fms exp. Hort. Stats, 1967. 53-4

Direct from churn to retail pack. Milk Ind, 57: 5, 24-27; 30

Direct fungal infection of the eye in Britain. Transactions of the Ophthalmological Societies of the United Kingdom 89: 727-741

Direct gas chromatographic determination of polyalcohols in biological media. Journal of Chromatography 42(3): 349-354

Direct gas chromatographic estimation of lower alcohols, acetaldehyde, acetone and diacetyl in milk products. Journal of Chromatography 53(2): 363-367

Direct gas-chromato-graphic measurement of acetic, propionic, and butyric acids in milk serum and aqueous extracts of cheese. J. Dairy Sci, 52: 7, 949-52

Direct identification of gib berellins in plant extracts by gas chromatography mass spectrometry. Biochemistry and Physiology of plant growth substances. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Plant Growth Substances held at Carleton University, Ottawa, July 24-29 Ottawa: Runge Press Ltd., 101-7. bibl. 20

Direct iimminoelectrophoresis. J. Immunol, 92: 431-434

Direct immunogenetic recording in the testing of linebred progeny. Zhivotnouodstvo. Mosk., 33: 10, 44-49

Direct influence of some ecological factors on the biological activity and distribution of the French species of Longidoridae. Annl Zool.-Ecol. anim, 2: 2, 163-200

Direct inhibition by ergocornine of pituitary prolactin release. Endocrinology 89(1): 229-233

Direct isolation of Cylindrocladium floridanum from soil. Pl. Dis. Reptr, 53: 5, 367-369

Direct labelling of Hemicycliophora paradoxa Luc with radio-active phosphorus. Application to research on the migration of parasitic nematodes in the soil. Zesz. probl. Postep. Nauk. roln, 92, 82

Direct labelling of Hemicycliophora paradoxa, with radioactive phosphorus. Application to the study of movements of phytoparasitic siema-todes in soils. Nematologica, 15: 35-43

Direct low temperature injury of nineteen turfgrasses. Mich Agr Exp Sta Quart Bull 48(3): 377-383