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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 14555

Chapter 14555 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Mass breeding of the Khapra beetle. J. econ. Ent, 61: 6, 1738-1739

Mass buying practices for frozen produce and implications for the Louisiana vegetable industry. D.A.E. Res. Rep. La Agric. Exp. Stn, Baton Rouge, La., 394, 43

Mass Chemotherapy In The Control Of Paragonimiasis. Kisaengch'unghak Chapchi. Korean Journal of Parasitology 7(1): 6-14

Mass chemotherapy of urinary bilharziasis with a nitrothiazolyl compound (Ambilhar). Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 61(5): 653-658

Mass controlled pollination. Pap.] 2nd FAO/IUFRO World Consult. For. Tree Breed, Washington. FO-FTB-69-11/6, 10

Mass cultivation of the entomogenous fungus B. bassiana under nonsterile conditions. Mikol. i Fitopatol, All-Un. Inst. Pl. Prot., Leningrad., 2: 2, 141-142

Mass culture of Chlorella under conditions of Kiev. I. Laboratory tests. Ukrajin. bot. Z. (Ukrain J. Bot.). 24: 2, 79-84

Mass culture of entomopathogenic fungi. Zashch. Rast, Mosk., 11: 11, 43

Mass culture of mycophagous nematodes. Journal of Nematology 2(1): 99-100

Mass culture of pollen tubes. Acta hot. neerl, 16: 177-9. bibl. 7

Mass culture of the lesser mealworm for studies on transmission of avian leucosis. Arkans. Fm Res, 15: 5, 7 p

Mass death of fish in natural reservoirs contaminated with industrial waste. Medycyna wet, 26: 131-136

Mass development of Teredo megotara in the Dal'ne-Zelenickij gulf in the Barents Sea. Zool. Z., Moskva. 43: 8, 1238-40

Mass disease of pigs associated with locomotor disorders caused by deteriorated foodstuffs. Magy. Allatorv. Lap, 22: 3, 131-132

Mass emasculation of flowers in wheat. Proceedings of the Sixteenth Pakistan Science Conference, Lyallpur, : Part III : Abstracts, 1964. A11 p

Mass evaluation systems for dairy sires and cows in Canada. Jersey Cow. 104, 71-74; 76-82

Mass flight of Ips typographus and I. amitinus in 1965, in the upper Moldova valley. Rev. Padurilor. 82: 5, 255-9 + smries

Mass fragmentation of the alkaloids of Adhatoda vasica Nees. Indian J Chem 4(6): 291-292

Mass grading machine-harvested tomatoes. Arkans. Fm Res, 17: 1, 5

Mass guidance for boosting rice production by intensification. Indonesia Commodity Review. Djakarta, 1: 3, 23-28

Mass harvest problems in California citrus. Proc. 1st int. Citrus Symp, Riverside., 2: 667-73. bibl. 11

Mass illness of young cattle following prolonged walking or transportation (resembling mucosal disease). Magy. Allatorv. Lap, 24: 81-83

Mass incidence of rickets in bullocks. Veterinarstvi, 15: 109-114

Mass marking boll weevil field populations. J. econ. Ent, Baltimore, Md., 58: 5, 1035-1036

Mass media as a tool for promoting agricultural development. Mass media as a tool for promoting agricultural development, Berlin: Verlag Bruno Hessling., 175

Mass media in the service of rural development. The Colombian Radio Sutatenza. Z. ausl. Landw. Frankfurt a.M, 9: 1, 56-80

Mass modernization-aspects of the Chinese experience. Asia Quarterly. Brussels, 1: 3-78

Mass movement of black fly larvae on silken threads (Diptera: Simuliidae). Ann. ent. Soc. Am, 63: 2, 607-610

Mass multiplication of Telenomus sp. (Hymenoptera : Scelionidae) an egg parasite imported in India for the biological control of the castor semilooper Achaea janata Linnaeus (Lepidoptera : Noctuidae) and some observations on its biology. Indian J. Eni, 29: pt. 3, 290-294

Mass observations on local varieties of persimmon. Nong-sa Si-hern Yen-ku Po-ko/Res. Rep. Office Rur. Dev., Suwon. 8: 1, 147-90

Mass occur-rence of fowl pox in crows in Slovakia. Veterinarstvi, 16: 23-25

Mass occurrence in new-born piglets of anthrax localized to the lungs. Mag. allator, Lapja., 03-205

Mass occurrence of Hypophila. Allg. Forstzeitschr, 19: 31, 468

Mass occurrence of prolapse of the penis in drakes. Veterinarstvi, 15: 34

Mass occurrence of skin lesions on the limbs of pigs. Magy. Allatorv. Lap, 21: 274-275

Mass occurrence of vulvar oedema and vaginal prolapse in immature pigs. Vet. Glasn, 24: 1, 49-52

Mass outbreak of Rhynchaenus fagi in 1963 and 1964. Forst- u. Holzw, 20: 5, 93-8

Mass poisoning of cattle treated with Neguvon (trichlorphon) for warbles. Wien. tierarztl. Mschr, 52: 919-923

Mass poisoning of cattle with cowbane (Cicuta virosa L.). Zycie weteryn, 42: 137-40

Mass producing a tropical snail for biological control. Proc. 23rd a. Meet. sth. Weed Sci. Soc, 288-298. Bibl. 15

Mass production in vivo of two protozoan pathogens, Mattesia grandis and Glugea gasti, of the boll weevil, Anthono-mus grandis. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology. 16: 1, 84-88

Mass production of coconut hybrids calls for cautious approach. Coconut Bull, 19: 173-6

Mass production of grafted conifers. Pap.] 2nd FAO/IUFRO World Consult. For. Tree Breed., Washington. FO-FTB-69-11/2, 8

Mass production of lactic streptococci. I. General study methods and growth factors of Str. lactis strain C 10. Lait, 48: 471/472, 1-11

Mass production of lactic streptococci. II. Growth of Str. lactis in medium at constant pH. Lait, 48: 471/472, 13-30

Mass production of lactic streptococci. III. Production of different strains in constant pH culture. Lait. 48: 473/474, 131-39

Mass production of selected forms of Cypress. Pap.] 2nd FAO/IUFRO World Consult. For. Tree Breed., Washington. FO-FTB-69-11/18, 10

Mass production of shortleaf x slash pine hybrids by pollinating unbagged female flowers. Joint proceedings of the second genetics workshop of the Society of American Foresters and the Seventh Lake States Forest Tree Improvement Conference, October 21-23., 1965. 78-79

Mass production of the fungus Alternaria sp., a parasite of field dodder. Vest. sel'-khoz. Nauki, Alma-Ata, 11: 5, 87-90

Mass production of unproved forest tree planting stock through synthetic varieties. Biology of rust resistance in forest trees: proceedings of a NATO-IUFRO Advanced Study Institute, Moscow, Idaho, USA, 17-24, Washington, DC, USA, USDA., 571-589

Mass proliferation of Fusarium and Verticillium for infectious backgrounds. Khlopkovodstvo. 22: 5, 19-20

Mass propagation of pea aphids. J. econ. Ent, 60: 1, 298-299

Mass prophylaxis of brucellosis through the Echire Cooperative Dairy (Deux-Sevres). Thesis, Ecole Nat. Vet, Alfort, Paris, 63

Mass rearing a green lacewing. J. econ. Ent, 63: 3, 834-836

Mass rearing banded cucumber beetles, with notes on rearing spotted and striped cucumber beetles. J Econ Entomol 61(1): 288-292

Mass rearing of Anopheles stephensi Liston. Mosquito News. 28: 3, 342-346

Mass rearing of Culex pipiens L. Mosquito News. 29: 3, 382-385

Mass rearing of Daphnia magna for insecticide bioassay. J Econ Entomol 57(6): 821-825

Mass rearing of Megaselia scalaris Loew (Diptera Phoridae). Bull. Soc. ent, 93-100

Mass rearing of root maggots under controlled environmental conditions: seed-corn maggot, Hylemya cilicrura; bean seed fly, H. liturata; Euxesta notata; and Chaetopsis sp. J. econ. Ent, Baltimore, Md., 59: 2, 407-410

Mass rearing of the European Pine sawfly for production of the nuclear polyhedrosis virus. J. econ. Ent, 63: 1, 343-4

Mass rearing of the Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata (Wied.), on artificial medium in U.A.R. Agric. Res. Rev, Cairo, 45: 2, 77-90

Mass rearing of the cereal leaf beetle in the laboratory. ARS. Beltsville, Md, 33-125: 11

Mass rearing of the common field cricket, Gryllus pennsylvanicus Burmeister (Orthoptera, Gryllidae), for use as a test insect in toxicological studies. Bull. ent. Res, London, 54: pt. 4, 805-809

Mass rearing of the horn fly, Haematobia irritans (Diptera: Muscidae), in the laboratory. Ann. ent. Soc. Am. 60: 3, 508-510

Mass rearing of the onion maggot, Hylemya antiqua, under laboratory conditions. Jour Econ Entomol 57(1): 57-60

Mass rearing of the tobacco hornworm. I. Egg production. J. econ. Ent, 61: 1, 170-174

Mass rearing of the tobacco hornworm. II. Larval rearing and pupation. J. econ. Ent, 62: 6, 1427-1431

Mass rearing of the western spotted cucumber beetle. J Econ Entomol 59(1): 230-231

Mass rearing of tsetse flies (Glossinaspp.) : recent advances. Sterility principle for insect control or eradication. Proceedings of a symposium on the sterility principle for insect control or eradication jointly organized by the IAEA and FAO and held in Athens, 14-18 September Vienna, Austria, International Atomic Energy Agency, 1971. 99-108

Mass rearing parasite-free green peach aphids in the greenhouse. Journal of Economic Entomology 64(3): 775-776

Mass rearing pink bollworms. J. econ. Ent, College Park, Md., 57: 4, 503-505

Mass rearing the Southern Pine beetle. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Stheast. For. Exp. Sta, SE-30, 4

Mass rearing the chinch bug in the laboratory. Journal of Economic Entomology. 65: 3, 894-895

Mass rearing the fall armyworm in the laboratory. ARS. Beltsville, Md., 33-117, 12

Mass screening for specific amino acids by nuclear chemical, biological and enzymatic techniques. Improving plant protein by nuclear techniques. Proceedings of a symposium, Vienna, 8-12 June Jointly organized by the IAEA and FAO, 1970. 237-42

Mass seedling selection for resistant alfalfa. Agric. Res. US Dep. agric, 14: 12, 10-11

Mass selection and progeny testing in coconuts. FAO Technical Working Party on Coconut Production, Protection and Processing. Working papers presented at the Second Session held in Colombo, Ceylon, 30 November to 8, 1966. 51-58

Mass selection by seed size and specific gravity in soybean populations. Agron. Abstr, Madison, 9 p

Mass selection by specific gravity for protein and oil in soybean populations. Diss. Abstr, 27: Order 67-2096; 2994-B-95-B,

Mass selection for body weight in quail. Poult. Sci, 49: 926-933

Mass selection for crown rust resistance in an Oat population. Iowa Sta. J. Sci, 45: 2, 217-231

Mass selection for improvement of Cercospora resistance and sugar content in the Northern Ohio Sugar Company areas. J Amer Soc Sugar Beet Technol 14(6): 465-469

Mass selection for post-weaning growth in swine. I. The value of a pedigreed control population. Can. J. Anim. Sci, Res. Stn., Canada Dep. Agric., Barndon, Manitoba., 51: 481-496

Mass selection for post-weaning growth in swine. II. Response to selection. Can. J. Anim. Sci, Res. Stn., Canada Dep. Agric., Barndon, Manitoba., 51: 497-502

Mass selection for prolificacy in maize. Zuchter, 37: 185-88

Mass selection for seed width in oat populations. Euphytica 16(3): 341-349

Mass selection for yield in two varieties of maize. Crop Sci, 9: 47-50

Mass selection in maize. Programa cooperativo centroamericano para el mejoramiento de cultivos alimenticios. XIIIa reunion anual, San Jose, Costa Rica, febrero 28-marzo 4 de, 1967. 39-41

Mass selection in the nursery. Bull. Soc. For. Belg, 75: 7, 313-28

Mass selection of agriculturally valuable forms of tung. Sborn. Trud. Aspirant, molod. nauc. Sotrud. vses. nauc.-issled. Inst. Rasten. (Rec. Wk. Postgrad, jun. Sci. All-Un. sci.-res. Inst. Pl. Industr.), 10: 378-84

Mass selection of oaks in Serbia. Zbornik Instituia za Sumarsivo i Drvnu Iitdustriju, 9, 185 23 ref

Mass selection of potatoes for resistance to blight. Kartofel' i Ovosci (Potato & Vegetables), 11: 11, 34-37

Mass selection of rabbits on growth rate. Revue Med. vet, 121: 809-825

Mass selection systems for sorghum. Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench. Crop Sci, 8: 391-92

Mass selection work. Sadovodstvo (Horticulture), 6, 37-38

Mass selection, methodology, and breeding systems for self-pollinators. Abst. Pap. XI Internat. bot. Congr, 102 p

Mass spectra of ellagitannins and some related compounds. Holzforschung, Berlin. 21: 4, 107-9

Mass spectra of some carbamates and related ureas. 2. J. Ass. off. agric. Chem, 51: 2, 347-65. Bibl. 27

Mass spectrometric measurement of photosynthesis and respiration in leaves. Crop Sci 4(1): 45-48

Mass spectrometric study of some Gentiana alkaloids. C.R. Acad. bulg. Sci, 21: 435-8. bibl. 6

Mass sterilization of Japanese beetles with tena and the determination of residues. J. econ. Ent, 61: 4, 942-944

Mass tea fire infections in Austria again in 1969; new aspects. Pflanzenarzt, 23: 43-4

Mass testing of Sugar Maple (Acer saccharum Marsh.) seedlings for sugar content in sap. Proc. 16th Ntheast. For. Tree Impr. Conf., Quebec 1969

Mass transfer in the cross-circulation drying of a foam. Industr. Engng Chem., Process Design & Developm, 3: 3, 193-97

Mass transport of forest tent caterpillar moths, Malacosoma disstria Hiibner, by a cold front. Can. Ent, 97: 10, 1073-1075

Mass treatment for ascariasis: value of prophylactic use of piperazine in groups heavily infected with Ascaris lulnbricoides. Sth. med. J, Nashville, 63: 5, 599-602

Mass treatment for enterobiasis vermicularis with pyrantel pamoate. Jap. J. Parasit. 19: 6, 593-597

Mass treatment of clonorchiasis sinensis with 1,4-bis-trichloromethylbenzol. II. Minimal effective dose. Zeitschrift für Tropenmedizin und Parasitologie 20(4): 494-503

Mass treatment of human trichuriasis with stilbazium iodide. Jap. J, Parasit, 17: 1, 27-35

Mass treatment of ringworm in cattle with griseofulvin mycelium. Vet. Rec, 86: 58-60

Mass treatment of ringworm infections with griseofulvin. Maroc med, 43: 464, 75-81

Mass treatment of ringworm patients. Profitable collaboration between the Public Health Dept and the town of Fez. Maroc med, 43: 464, 82-85

Mass treatment of scalp ringworm by a single dose of griseofulvin. International Journal of Dermatology 9(1): 59-63

Mass wasting in coastal Alaska.

Mass, heat and momentum exchange between stands of plants and their atmospheric environment. Quart. J. roy. Met. Soc, 98: 402, 523-44. Bibl. 31

Mass-flow and salt accumulations by plants on water versus soil cultures. Soil Sci 97(6): 411-416

Mass-grading of sour cherries. Arkans. Fm Res, 18: 4, 12

Mass-production of muclear-polyhe-drosis viruses on tissues of Lepidoptera maintained in vitro. Entomophaga. 15: 4, 437-443

Mass-rearing of Phytoseiulus riegeli Dosse for use in commercial horticulture. Pl. Path, 17: 3, 123-126

Mass-treatment of urinary bilharziasis with sodium antimony dimercapto-succinate in Iran. J Trop Med Hyg 69(1): 12-14

Massachusetts pesticide monitoring study. Pesticides Monitoring Journal 2(3): 109-122

Massage of the udder of first-calf heifers. Mol. mjasn. Skotovod, 9: 12, 28-29

Massey University of Manawatu. Dairy-farming Annual, 1964. Including the Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Meeting of Dairy Farmers conducted by Massey University of Manawatu, May, 1964. Dairyfmg Annu, 173. Price: 125

Massey University of Manawatu. Dairy-farming Annual, 1965. Including the Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Meeting of Dairy Farmers conducted by Massey University of Manawatu, May, 1965. Dairyfmg A, Palmerston North: Massey Univ. of Manawatu., 147. Price: 12s. 6d,

Massey-Ferguson skidder with several new features expands logging line. Pulp Paper Mag. Can, 71: 6, 78

Massive Trichinellose eines Fennek. Angew. Parasit, 11: 2, 100-103; 103 p

Massive development of blue-green algae as a product of the ecosystem of a reservoir. Hydrobiological Journal (USSR), 5: 6, 1-10. Bibl. 17

Massive hookworm infection in a pair of young German shepherd dogs. Veterinary Medicine, Small Animal Clinician 63(5): 495-496

Massive infections of the three-spined stickleback with Schistocephalus solidus (Cestoda: Pseudophyllidae) and Glugea anomala (Sporozoa: Microsporidae). Parasitology, 54: 4, 10P-11P

Massive intestinal resection and nutritional disturbances. Experimental study. C.R. Soc. Biol, 162: 1410-1413

Massive iron therapy in anaemia. J. Obstet. Gynaecol. India. 17: 244-249

Massive obesity treated by intermittent fasting. A metabolic and clinical study. American Journal of Medicine 40(6): 967-986

Massive occurrence of yeasts in operated stomachs. Acta Chirurgica Scandinavica. Supplementum 357: 213-215

Massive screening concepts in alfalfa. Report of the twenty-second alfalfa improvement conference. July 13-15 Urbana, Illinois, USDA, 16

Massive-rate spray for Apple scab control. N.Y. Fd Life Sci. 2: 2, 11-13

Mast cell and globule leucocyte response to Nippostrongylus brasiliensis infection and to induced anaphylaxis. International Archives of Allergy and Applied Immunology 30(4): 351-359

Mast cell hyperplasia and eosinophilia induced by Ascaris body fluid. British Journal of Experimental Pathology 52(6): 696-702

Mast cell morphology of healthy and warbled cattle. Mh. VetMed, 21: 649-657

Mast cell reticulosis in the cat. I. Berl. Munch. tierarztl. Wschr, Drosselweg 1, Berlin 33, 82: 438-444; 449-456

Mast cell sensitizing antibodies and eosinophilia in experimental exposure of mice and rats to Schistosoma mansoni antigens. J. Parasit, 52: 2, 290

Mast cell tumours in two horses. Berl. Munch tierarztl. Wschr, 82: 342-344

Mast cells and globule leucocytes in the bile ducts of cattle and sheep with fascioliasis. Medlemsbl. norske VetForen, 21: 377-381

Mast cells and globule leukocytes in bile ducts of cattle and sheep with fascioliasis and dicrocoeliasis. Nyn Magasinfor Zoologi. 18: 1, 111-112

Mast cells and macromolecular leak in intestinal immunological reactions. The influence of sex of rats infected with Nippostrongylus brasiliensis. Immunology 21(1): 17-31

Mast cells and storage of iron. Pathologia Europaea 4(2): 112-121

Mast cells and their occurrence in parasitic diseases. Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne 18(1): 3-13

Mast cells in adult rats on histamine-high and histamine-low diets, and on normal diet with and without anti-histamine. Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology 94(1): 215-218

Mast yields in the last 10 years, 1953-62. Montes, Madrid. 20: 117, 225-9

Mast-cell leukosis in cats--a report of two cases. Nihon Juigaku Zasshi. Japanese Journal of Veterinary Science 27(4): 233-238

Master and servant. Meester en knecht, Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam, 273

Master of agricultural genetics. Giovanni Jacometti. G. Agric, 74: 249

Master's thesis award paper, 1963. Some aspects of international commodity agreements. Can. J. agric. Econ, Ottawa., 13: 1, 55-61

Masters Memorial Lecture, 1964. The origin and later development of cultivated plants. Part II. J. R. hort. Sci, 90: 322-40

Masters Memorial Lecture, 1966. The history of the potato. Part II. J. R. hort. Soc, 92: 249-62

Masters Memorial Lectures, 1970. The physiology of conifers. Part I: The growth of the shoot and root. Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society, 96: 9, 394-403

Masters Memorial Lectures, 1970. The physiology of conifers. Part II: Ageing, phase-change and flowering. Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society, 96: 10, 440-448

Masticatories: their origin, purpose and derivation. Flavour Ind, 2: 152-4

Mastigosporium leaf fleck of Perennial Ryegrass. Pl. Path, Rothamsted., 16: 1, 48

MastipenDepot Bernburg, a new penicillin preparation for treating mastitis. Mh. VetMed, 20: 8, 288-91

Mastitis. Fmg S. Afr, 44: 11, 17; 19; 21

Mastitis (365 cases) in bovine pathology. Points of comparison with human mastitis. Revue Path. comp, 4: 5, 267-74

Mastitis Research Unit . A survey of the inter-relationship between cell count, brucellosis and conception rate. (Report of the Breeding and Production Orienhation, Milk Marketing Board, 1968/9.). Mastitis Research Unit, A survey of the inter-relationship between cell count, brucellosis and conception rate, 19, 136-140

Mastitis Symposium. American Veterinary Medical Association. J. Am. vet. med. Ass, 155: 12, 1969-85

Mastitis and machine milking. Maatalous Koetoim, 19: 257-62

Mastitis and machine milking. II. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk, 89: 834-843

Mastitis and machine milking. III. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk, 89: 1280-1288

Mastitis and milking technique. III. Results of bacteriological and B.M.R. tests on quarter-milk samples from machine-milked cows on farms with a high and low mastitis incidence. Veet.- en Zuivelber, 7: 9, 429-34

Mastitis caused by rare strains of streptococcus and their clinical syndrome. Dtsch. tierarztl. Wschr, 71: 1, 1-5

Mastitis control. Proc. Ruakura Fmrs' Conf. Week, 246-49

Mastitis control. Bienn. Rev. natn. Inst. Res. Dairy, 21-60

Mastitis control., 25: 11, 222-228

Mastitis control in Denmark-organization and methods. Meddr St. vet. Serumlab, 434: 10

Mastitis control in Finland. Tierarztl. Umsch, 25: 347-352

Mastitis control in Los Angeles county. Calif. Agric, 18: 1, 11-12; 14-15

Mastitis control in Norway. Nord. VetMed, 24: 4, 220-226

Mastitis control in the Klatovy region. Veterindrstvf, 22: 3, 105-106

Mastitis control in the moshav (family-type) dairy herd in Israel. LEffects of milking hygiene and antibiotic treatment on new infections. Refuah vet, 28: 1, 1-11

Mastitis control on 10 farms, chosen at random. Tijdschr. Dierge-neesk, 94: 18, 1089-97

Mastitis control programme in New South Wales. XVIII Int. Dairy Congr, 1E, 628

Mastitis control with special reference to treatment of dry cows with antibiotics. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk, 95: 15, 771-84

Mastitis control: successful dairy farmers show us the way. Agriculture North. Ire, 46: 7, 235-238

Mastitis due to Corynebacterium bovis and estrogen interaction. J. Dairy Sci, 50: 6, 978

Mastitis due to environmental organisms. Vet. Rec, 86: 12, 63

Mastitis experimentally produced in cows by BLischen-ausschlag (infectious pustular vulvovaginitis) virus. Berl. Munch, tierarztl. Wschr, 79: 310-312

Mastitis in a cow caused by Clostridium perfringens type A. Medycyna wet, 26: 529-531

Mastitis in a ewe due to Candida krusei. Archs Inst. Pasteur Tunis. Inst. Pasteur, 13 place Pasteur, Tunis, 46:

Mastitis in bovine primiparae. Veterinary Record 87(19): 568-574

Mastitis in cattle. Adv. Leaft. Minist. Agric., Fish Fd. Lond.; London: H.M. Stationery Office, 5. Price: 4d,

Mastitis in cattle caused by a Mycoplasma sp. Australian Veterinary Journal 43(5): 157-162

Mastitis in cows caused by Candida. II. Mycological studies. VetMed. Nauki. Sofia, 5: 1, 79-86

Mastitis in cows caused by yeast-like fungi of the genus Candida. Vet. Sbir, Sof, 64: 7, 9-11

Mastitis in cows due to Klebsiella pneu-moniae. Magy.Allatorv. Lap, 24: 8, 406-11

Mastitis in cows. Experimental clinical studies. Sb. Rab. leningr. vet. Inst, 29, 285-92

Mastitis in dairy cattle in the Moss Vale District of New South Wales. Australian Veterinary Journal 42(6): 194-198

Mastitis in group machine milking. Veterinariya. 41: 7, 74-76

Mastitis in guinea pigs. American Journal of Veterinary Research 31(9): 1703-1707

Mastitis in sheep caused by Actinobacillus lignieresi. Australian Veterinary Journal 45(9): 401-403

Mastitis in sheep due to Candida krusei. Archs Inst. Pasteur Tunis. 46: 2/3, 195-98

Mastitis in slaughtered dairy cows. I. Udder infection. Aust. vet. J, 46: 5, 201-03

Mastitis in slaughtered dairy cows. II. Pathologic observations. Aust. vet. J, 46: 204-209

Mastitis in sows. Mastity svinomatok, Kiev: Izd. Urozhai, 264. Price: 84 kop,

Mastitis in the Michalovce region and its control. Veterinarstvi, 20: 9, 394-98

Mastitis in the ewe due to C. krusei. Archs Inst. Pasteur Tunis. 46: 2-3, 195

Mastitis incidence and milk yield changes in milking with different types of milking machine. Latv.Lauk-saimn.Akad.Rak, 30: 74-78

Mastitis investigations on ten farms chosen at random. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk, 94: 1089-1097

Mastitis of goats and sheep in Khartoum Province. Sudan J. vet. Sci. anim. Husb, 9: 20-28

Mastitis prevention by the treatment of rhagades with kanamycin ointment. Wien. med. Wshr, 116: 32/33, 676-77

Mastitis profile for every cow. Dairy Herd Mgmt, 8: 3, 12-15; 40

Mastitis prophylaxis in large herds. Arch. exp. VetMed, 23: 2, 333-336

Mastitis prophylaxis in machine milking. Trudy vses. nauchno-issled. Inst. vet. Sanit Probl. vet. Sanit. 29: 237-42

Mastitis prophylaxis in machine milking of cows.Preliminary communication. Visn. sil's'kohosp.Nauky. 10: 5, 104-08

Mastitis prophylaxis in sows, by means of an antibiotic spray. Dtsch. tierarztl.Wschr, 71: 21, 578-80

Mastitis prophylaxis with losan CCT. Wien. tierarztl. Mschr, 58: 5, 214-220

Mastitis prophylaxis with the disinfectant Gevisol. Wien. tierarztl. Mschr, 57: 11, 371-73

Mastitis prophylaxis. A comparative study on udder wash with sodium hypochlorite, iodophor and hexachlorophene. Acta vet. scand, 12: 1, 80-85

Mastitis prophylaxis. Hexachlorophene udder wash compared with iodo-phor udder wash and teat dip. Nord. VetMed, 22: 10, 517-21

Mastitis resistance in different breeds and its heriiability. Sb.vses. nauchno-issled. Inst. Zhivot, 2, 72-76

Mastitis studied in 10 dairy herds. Miss. Fm Res, 28: 12, 3-4

Mastitis studies in Gdansk province. I. Udder health of Polish Black-and-White Lowland cows in large herds. Medycyna wet, 25: 9, 541-544

Mastitis studies in Gdansk province. II. Effect of cowshed hygiene and method of milking on mastitis and milk production.Assessment of economic losses caused by milking under unhygienic conditions. Medycvna wet, 25: 10, 602-606

Mastitis studies in Gdansk province. III. Interpretation of Hotis test results and classic bacteriological examination in mass diagnosis of bacterial udder infections. Medycyna wet, 27: 11, 661-665

Mastitis studies in Gdansk province. IV. Prophylaxis and routine treatment during lactation. Medycyna wet, 28: 3, 138-141

Mastitis therapy in large herds. Mh. VetMed, 19: 10, 370-73

Mastitis treatment of dry udders. Prakt. Tierarzt, 47: 385

Mastitis treatment with tardomyocel-leukomycin (benzathine penicillin and chloramphenicol). J Tierarztl. Hochsch. Hannover : Inaug.-Diss, 45

Mastitis, a major veterinary problem. Meieriposten. 59: 41, 861-867

Mastitis, antibiotics and yeasts. Annls Med. vet, 114: 389-409

Mastitis, milking machines and the Milk Marketing Board. Vet. Rec, 85: 13, 365

Mastitis-causing organisms in bulk milk of dairies. Revta Med. vet, B. Aires, 51: 1, 43-44; 46-48; 50-52. f

Mastitis; treatment during the lactation period and in the dry period, and its effect on milk production. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk, 95: 22, 1121-28

Mastocytoma and gastroduodenal ulceration. Gastric and duodenal ulcers in dogs with mastocytoma. Pathologia Veterinaria 6(2): 146-158

Mastocytosis with gastrointestinal ulceration in a dog. Australian Veterinary Journal 44(11): 503-507

Masturbation in male ruminants. Zuchtkygiene. 6: 70-75

Matagouri a problem on many unimproved areas. N.Z.Jl Agric, 110: 5, 421-8

Matamata plan for Muscovy duck industry. N.Z. Jl. Agric, 118: 1, 17

Matched rates of insulin infusion and secretion and concurrent tracer-determined rates of glucose appearance and disappearance in fasting dogs. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 46(3): 383-390

Matching Karakuls by wool-constitutional types. Zivotnovodstvo, 26: 7, 54-56

Matching agricultural progress to future demands. J. agric. Econ, Manchester, 18: 1, 3-26

Matching by age in pig breeding. Svinovodstvo. Mosk., 22: 5, 31-32

Matching employment opportunities and expectations. A programme of action for Ceylon. Report. Matching employment opportunities and expectations. A programme of action for Ceylon. Report. Geneva: International Labour Office, xviii + 251

Matching employment opportunities and expectations. A programme of action for Ceylon. Technical papers. Matching employment opportunities and expectations. A programme of action for Ceylon. Technical papers. Geneva: International Labour Office, vi + 251

Matching of chain-saw power requirements with engine characteristics. For. Prod. J, 22: 1, 56-60

Matching parents in breeding Romanov sheep. Ovtsevodstvo. Mosk., 14: 10, 15-17

Matching pasture production and animal demand. Fm Mgmt. Melbourne, 2: 1, 1-7

Matching product information to sales policy in agriculture. Agrarwirtschaft. Hannover, 21: 3, 82-86

Matching species to site. Regeneration of Ponderosa Pine, Symposium Proceedings. School of Forestry, Oregon State University, Corvallis., 1969. 54-61. Price: $5

Mate for production and you'll breed your herd for tomorrow. Dairy Herd Mgmt. 9: 2, 34; 48

Mate. 3. Cultivation and processing. Lavoiira, 72: Nov./Dec, 16-20

Materiaiy do helmintofauny ptakow wodnych Mazur (jezioro Warnplty). Wiad. parazyt, 13: 6, 737-744

Material and physiological deficiency of Ca. The effects of vitamin D and lactose in relation to these deficiencies. C.R. Acad. Sci, 260: 5892-5895

Material and psychological aspects of a survey. Bulletin de la Societe Scientifique d'Hygiene Alimentaire. 58: 10/11/12, 213-223

Material and technical equipment in the process of structural changes in Polish agriculture. Miedzynarodowe Czas. Roln, Warszawa, 2: 55-61

Material for a flora of the Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir State. Bull. bot. Surv, India, 10: 1, 28-49. Bibl. 10

Material for a study of the resistance of maize varieties to stem rot in Georgia. Trans. Inst. Pl. Protect. Georg. SSR. 18: 249-54

Material for palmette planting. Sadovodstvo, 2, 26 p

Material for phytochemical studies in the Trans-Caucasian catmint. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Azerbaidzhanskoi SSR, Biologicheskie Nauk, 4, 12-14

Material for the breeding of leguminous crops in the Celinnyi region. Kazah. SSR Gylym Akad. Habarlary (News Acad. Sci. Kazah SSR.). 4: 27-35

Material for the caryosystematic study of Caucasian species of Onobrychis Adans. Not. Pl. System. Geogr. Acad. Sci. Georg. SSR. 24, 65-72

Material for the study of serological reactions in mycotic diseases. Vest. Derm. Vener, 41: 7, 58-63

Material incentive for workers at large (Czechoslovakian) poultry farms. Acta Univ.Agric., (Fac. Agroecon.), Brno. 6: 3, 359-64

Material incentive in income distribution on co-operative farms. Materialnata zainteresovanost pri razpredelenieto na dohoda v TKZS, Sofija: BAN., 158

Material incentive in vegetable growing. Gradinarstvo, Sofija, 7: 4, 15-8

Material incentive, a way to develop fruit growing in the co-operative farms. Revta Hort. Vitic, Bucuresti, 9: 4-7

Material incentives for (Rumanian) farmers. Stud. Cer-cetari econ., Bucurescti. 1: 29-43

Material incentives for collective farm workers should be used more effectively. Ekon. sel'. Hoz., Moskva, 44: 1, 6-11

Material incentives for increasing milk production in agricultural co-operatives. Cercet. Econ. Agr., Inst. Agron., Cluj. 1970, 243-50

Material incentives for kolkhozniki. Material'npe stimulirovanie truda v kolhozah, Moskva: Mysl'., 184. Price: Rbl.0.59,

Material incentives for raising the quality of livestock production on state farms. Vopr. Ekon, Moskva, 18: 2, 24-8

Material incentives in agriculture. Plan. Hospod, 19: 3, 39-48

Material incentives in the Rumanian state farms of Iasy. Revta Statist, Bucuresti, 7: 104-7

Material made from Beech chips with cresol resol. Publ.] St. Drev. Vyskum. Ustav, 21, 41

Material on dermatomycoses of animals in the Azerbaijan SSR. Veterinariya, 44: 12, 39-41

Material on the clinical features and pathogenesis of mycoses of the feet in Georgia. Vest. Derm. Vener, 43: 4, 49-54

Material on the clinical picture of sporotrichosis of the skin. Vest. Derm. Vener, 42: 11, 58-61

Material on the phytogeny of the genus Amaranthus L. I. Pollen morphology. Nauc. Trud. viss selskostop. Inst. V. Kolarov : Rasten. (Sci. Trans. V. Kolarov high, agric. Inst. : PI. Grow.) Plovdiv. 28: 1, 133-36

Material readily available in Ceara State for breeding Moco cotton, G. hirsutum var. marie-galante Hutch. Technological characteristics of the fibre. Agronomia. Univ. rur. Brasil, 1967. 25: 3-4, 17-22

Material relating to agricultural collectivization in the Chinese Peoples Republic. Wiss. Z. Humboldt-Univ. Ges. Sprachwiss. Reihe., Berlin, 16: 3, 419-34

Material stimulation in (Soviet) state farms. Material'noe stimulirovanie v sovhozah, Moskva: Kolos, Price: Rbl.0.33

Material stimulus of agricultural production. Probl. Friedens Sozialismus, Berlin, 9: 8, 604-9

Material und Organismen. Mater. u. Organ., Berl, Dunker & Humblot,Berlin, Germany: 1: 1,

Material-technical supply of agriculture, and labour productivity in the second Five Year Plan period. Gazdalkodas., Budapest, 13: 1, 1-10

Materials and methods for studying the growth and development of root systems in the field. Cah. Biol. ORSTOM, 9, 3-18

Materials applied to improve the physical conditions of glasshouse soils. Exp. Hort, 13, 24-44. bibl. 1

Materials evaluated as insecticides, repellents, and chemosterilants at Orlando and Gainesville, Fla., 1952-1964. Agric. Handb. US. Dep. Agric. 340, 2+] 424

Materials for a Flora of Turkey. 17. Onobrychis and Hedysarum. Notes R. bot. Gdn Edinb, 29: 1, 33-7

Materials for a Flora of Turkey. 18. Leguminosae: Astragalus. Notes R. bot. Gdn Edinb, 29: 3, 285-310. Bibl. 5

Materials for a Flora of Turkey. 19. Leguminosae: Vicieae. Notes R. bot. Gdn Edinb, 29: 3, 311-20

Materials for a Flora of Turkey. 20. Leguminosae: Tri-folieae. Notes R. bot. Gdn Edinb, 29: 3, 321-3

Materials for a flora of North Bihar. 1. Champaran district. Bull. bot. Surv, India, 10: 2, 183-9

Materials for a monograph of the Meliaceae. I. A revision of the genus Vavaea. Blumea. 17: 2, 351-66

Materials for a revision of. Reinwardtia, Bogor. 7: 4, 291-356

Materials for control of boll weevils, boll-worms, and tobacco budworms on cotton at Stone-ville, Mississippi. Journal of Economic Entomology, 64: 2, 475-478

Materials for counteracting radiation effects in plant cells. Radiobiologija (Radiobiology), 4: 6, 878-82

Materials for stabilizing surface clods of cropped soils . Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Am, 35: 119-122

Materials for the studies of growth in stands. (VI). Biomass, dry-matter production and efficiency of leaves in a young Cryptomeria plantation. Bull. Tokyo Univ. For, 62, 117-46

Materials for the studies of growth in stands. 7. Primary production and distribution of produced dry matter in a plantation of Cinnamomum camphora. Bull. Tokyo Univ. For, 64, 241-75

Materials for the study of toxicity of moulds on meat. Trudy vses. Inst. vet. Sanit, 29: 164-166

Materials from wood. Part 1: Improved wood and composite wood-manufacture, characteristics and uses. Part 2: Materials made from wood particles and from wood fibres, and special types of materials. Holztechnik. 45: 4; 5, 146-54; 215-9

Materials handling concept offers maximum flexibility. Am. Dairy Rev, 32: 2, 40-41; 64

Materials in bio-medical engineering. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci, 146: 359

Materials made from wood chips. Holzspanwerkstoffe, Springer-Verlag,Berlin, Germany: 821. Price: DM

Materials made from wood chips with a high cresol-resol content. Drev. Vyskum. 2, 51-68

Materials of Third Ail-Union Conference on the physiological and biochemical fundamentals for increasing the productivity of agricultural animals, 28th June-2nd July, 1965. Materialy trefei vsesoyuznoi konferentsii po fiziologicheskim i biokhimicheskim osnovam povysheniya produktivnosti sePskokhozyaistvennykh zhivotnykh, 28 iyunya-2 iyulya g, Borovsk, USSR: Vsesoyuznyi nauchno-issle-dovatel'skii institut fiziologii i biokhimii sel'skokhozyaistvennykh zhivotnykh, 687

Materials of construction for dairy factories. N. Z. Jl Dairy Sci. Technol, 7: 1, 11-15

Materials of the Fourth All-Union Conference on the physiological and biochemical fundamentals for increasing the productivity of agricultural animals, 12-16 Sept. 1966. Volumes I. Materialy chetvertoi vsesoyuznoi kon-ferentsii po fiziologicheskim i biokhimicheskim osnovam povysheniya produktivnosti sel'sko-khozyaistvennykh zhivotnykh, 12-16 sentyabrya g, Borovsk, USSR: Vsesoyuznyi nauchno-issledovatel'skii institut fiziologii i biokhimii sel'skokhozyaist-vennykh zhivptnykh, 1: 477+573

Materials on the development of methods for disinfecting grain and grain products infected with aspergilli. Trudy vses. Inst. vet. Sanit, 30: 51-59

Materials on the study of diseases of Walnut in Georgia. Trudy gruz. sel'.-khoz. Inst, 73: 167-178

Materials on the study of distribution, dynamics of development, harmfulness and control of Pear scab in Georgia. Trudy Inst. Zashch. Rast., Tbilisi. 20: 233-239

Materials on the study of fungus diseases of Feijoa in Abkhazia. Subtrop. Kul'tury, 5, 111-116

Materials on the study of the biology of V. alboatrum, causing V. wilt of Noble Laurel. Trudy Inst. Zashch. Rast. Tbilisi. 18: 227-234

Materials on the study of the spread and varietal resistance of Maize rust in Georgia. Trudy Inst. Zashch. Rast., Tbilisi, 19: 149-154

Materials on the study on the mycorrhiza of C. coggygria and R. typhina in north-western Poland. Folia for. polon, 15, 299-308

Materials to control phosphate resistant pear psylla. Proc. N.Y. St. hort. Soc, 114: 235-8. bibl. 2

Materials to increase abscission in cherries and apples. Proc. N.Y. St. hort. Soc., 1970. 115: 163-6

Materials towards the knowledge of the Icacinaceae of Asia, Malesia, and adjacent areas. Blumea. 17: 1, 181-264

Materials used in controlling Vine diseases and pests. Progres agric, vitic, 84: 12, 324-336

Materialy I Zakavkazskoj Konferencii po Fiziologii Rastenij. Materialy I Zakavkazskoj Konferencii po Fiziologii Rastenij, Izdatel'-stvo Akademii Nauk Azerbajdzanskoj SSR,Baku, USSR: 176

Materialy do biologii zwierzat pasozytniczych. Materialy do biologii zwierzat pasozytniczych, Poznan: Akademia Medyczna, 240

Materialy do epidemiologii tasiemczyc. Wiad. parazyt, 11: 3, 161-164

Maternal imprinting in goats: fostering of alien young. Z. Tierpsychol, 25: 862-866

Maternal Xyleborus ferrugineus transmission of sterol or sterol-dependent metabolites necessary for progeny pupation. Journal of Insect Physiology 17(9): 1741-1745

Maternal Ability And Genetic Ability Of Birth Weight And Gestation Length. Journal of Dairy Science 48: 957-961

Maternal ageing and embryonic mortality in the rabbit. I. Repeated superovulation, embryo culture and transfer. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 25(3): 329-341

Maternal and cord blood at delivery. 4. Glucose, sodium, potassium, calcium and chloride. Biol. Neonat, 8: 222-237

Maternal and fetal plasma amino acid concentrations during gestation and in retarded fetal growth. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of the British Commonwealth 76(4): 333-334

Maternal and fetal plasma lipids in alloxan diabetic and nondiabetic rabbits fed a peanut oil-cholesterol diet. Experimental and Molecular Pathology 9(2): 197-205

Maternal and foetal ketone concentrations in plasma and urine. Lancet 1(7495): 862-865

Maternal and genetic influences on follicle and fleece development in Lincoln and Welsh Mountain sheep-a study involving egg transfer. Anim. Prod, 7: 333-345

Maternal and genic-cytoplasmic differences in reciprocally crossed tomatoes. Diss. Abst, 28: 67-14, 2216B p

Maternal and infant dietary practices of the Abasamia of Busia District, Western Province, Kenya. A preliminary study 1966-67. E. African Med. J, 44: 518-523

Maternal and infant nutritional practices in the rural areas. J. Philippine Med. Assoc, 46: 668-680

Maternal And Infant Plasma Pentose At Delivery. Clinica Chimica Acta; International Journal of Clinical Chemistry 10: 314-319

Maternal and other effects on birthweight of beef calves. J. Anim. Sci, 28: 162-167

Maternal and other factors in the etiology of infantile colic. Report of a prospective study of 146 infants. JAMA 197(3): 191-199

Maternal and paternal palm selection on coconut. Philipp. J. Plant Ind, 34: 9-16. bibl. 7

Maternal behavior in the totally mammectomized rat. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology 64(2): 225-229

Maternal behavior of primiparous and multiparous rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology 60(3): 417-421

Maternal behaviour in the golden hamster: responsiveness to young in virgin, pregnant, and lactating females. Animal Behaviour 14(2): 310-313

Maternal buffering of rodent genotypic responses to stress: a complex genotype-environment interaction. Behavior Genetics 1(2): 119-124

Maternal carbohydrate disorder and congenital malformations. Diabetes 16(2): 127-130

Maternal control of oil synthesis in soybeans. Agron. Abstr, Madison, 11 p

Maternal control of oil synthesis in soybeans, Glycine max (L.) Nerr. Crop Sci, 8: 622-25

Maternal diet and brain fatty acids in young rats. Lipids 2(6): 497-500

Maternal diet as a factor in adipose tissue cellularity and metabolism in the young rat. Journal of Nutrition 102(3): 427-434

Maternal dietary zinc, and development and zinc, iron, and copper content of the rat fetus. Journal of Nutrition 95(2): 287-294

Maternal effect and heterosis in maize. Atti Assoc. genet. ital, 11: 89-97

Maternal effect on fatty acid composition and oil content of soybeans, Glycine max (L.) Merrill. Agron. Abst, Madison, 4 p

Maternal effect on fatty acid distribution and quantity of oil in corn. Abstracts of the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Agronomy held at Columbus, Ohio, on October 31-November 5 1965. 18 p

Maternal effect on growth of young stock associated with the R comb gene in the domestic fowl. Annls Biol. anim. Biochim. Biophys, 5: 321-323

Maternal effect on reproductive capacity of irradiated female mice. Zeitschrift für Naturforschung. Teil B, Chemie, Biochemie, Biophysik, Biologie und Verwandte Gebiete 23(11): 1476-1478

Maternal effects and heterosis in mice selected for large body size. Diss. Abstr. int. B. 30: 4926-B-4927-B

Maternal effects and selection response. Proc Int Congr Genet 3: 763-774

Maternal effects associated with known genes in the fowl. Proc. 13th Wld's Poult. Congr., Kiev, 1966. Sect. Pap.: 75-79

Maternal effects in chickens: performance of daughters from dams of differing ages. Poult. Sci, 43: 1435-1442

Maternal effects in production characters of Lolium multiflorum. Canad. J. Genet. Cyt, 10: 763-64

Maternal effects induced by EMS (ethyl methane-sulphonate) in A. thaliana. Genen en Phaenen, 11: 39-41

Maternal effects on implantation and related phenomena in the rabbit. Experientia 21(4): 234-237

Maternal effects on litter size in mice. Can. J. Genet. Cytol, 12: 209-216

Maternal effects on preweaning growth rate in cattle. J Anim Sci 26(2): 250-253

Maternal effects on weights and backfat of swine. J. Anim. Sci, 33: 1206-1211

Maternal effects and evolution of the frequency of a gene. Annls Biol. anim. Biochim. Biophys, 6: 521-528

Maternal factors in nidation. The early conceptus normal and abnormal. Papers and discussions presented at a Symposium held at Dundee University of St. Andrews. Distributed by E. & S. Livingstone Ltd., Edinburgh and London, 27-33

Maternal folate deficiency and pregnancy wastage. 1. Placental abruption. Amer. J. Obstet. Gynecol, 105: 670-678

Maternal folate deficiency and pregnancy wastage. 3. Pregnancy-induced hypertension. Obstetrics and Gynecology 36(1): 29-31

Maternal induction of diapause in the larva of Lucilia caesar L. (Diptera: Calliphoridae). J. exp. Biol, 1: 1, 123-136

Maternal influence on some traits of chickens. I. Effect of egg weight at hatching on chick weight in New Hampshires. Jap. Poult. Sci, 5: 226-230

Maternal line selection for seedset rating in Russian wildrye. Agronomy Abstracts. 15

Maternal malabsorption presenting as congenital rickets. Lancet 1(7551): 1048-1052

Maternal milk and serum vitamin B12, folic acid, and protein levels in Indian subjects. Archives of Disease in Childhood 45(240): 236-241

Maternal nutrition and metabolism of the offspring: studies in rats and man. American Journal of Public Health and the Nation's Health 58(4): 668-677

Maternal performance in mice at -3 degrees C: food consumption and fertility. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 162(989): 492-501

Maternal phenylalanine deprivation in the rat. Enzymatic and cellular liver changes in the offspring. Biologia Neonatorum. Neo-Natal Studies 14(1): 107-116

Maternal phenylketonuria. Detrimental effects on embryogenesis and fetal development. American Journal of Diseases of Children 118(6): 847-858

Maternal phenylketonuria. The composition of cerebral lipids in an affected offspring. Journal of Pediatrics 74(6): 924-931

Maternal phenylketonuria: implications for growth and development. Journal of Pediatrics 73(4): 560-570

Maternal pheromone: discrimination by pre-weanling albino rats. Physiology & Behavior 7(2): 265-267

Maternal serum copper concentrations in normal and abnormal gestations. Obstetrics and Gynecology 28(1): 112-117

Maternal Tolerance Of Foetal Tissue. British Medical Journal 1(5397): 1534-1535

Maternal transfer of anticoccidial drugs in the chicken. Journal of Comparative Pathology 81(3): 373-382

Maternal transmission of tetrathyridia (Mesocestoides, Cyclophyllidea), in the white mouse. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Seances de l'Academie des Sciences. 274: 4, 596-599

Maternal transport of immunoglobulins to the calf. Journal of Dairy Science 54(9): 1323-1323

Maternal vitamin imbalances and embryonic malformations. 3. Effect of isolated deficiency of vitamin B2 or B12, or of folic acid. Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 44: 1073-1076

Maternal vitamin imbalances and embryonic malformations. 4. Effect of isolated deficiency of anti-rachitic vitamin or pantothenic acid. Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 44: 1076-1080

Maternal-fetal incompatibility and heterozygote advantage in mouse transferrins. Proc. Xlth Eur. Conf. Anim. Blood Grps biochem. Polymorph., Warsaw. 573-576

Maternal-fetal metabolism of copper and zinc at term. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 110(1): 131-134

Maternal-fetal utilization of sulfate sulfur by the gravid ewe. Journal of Nutrition 96(2): 247-254

Maternal-fetal utilization of zinc by sheep. Journal of Animal Science 27(3): 807-813

Maternal-foetal incompatibility associated with the 11-3 locus in the mouse. Heredity. Lond., 24: 203-209

Maternal-foetal relationships in cattle. I. Minerals in amniotic and allantoic fluids. Berl. Munch. tierarztl. Wschr, 80: 248-250

Maternofoetal iron transfer in the rat. British Journal of Haematology 19(4): 515-521

Mates of superphosphate for cereal grain Production in the under-20 inch rainfall areas. J. Agric. W. Aust, 9: 97-100

Matgrass community in the hilly area between Arges and Riul Doamnei. Lucr. stiint. Inst. agron. Nicolae Balcescu (A). 11: 325-35. Bibl. 13

Mathematic methods for organization and planning of agricultural production. Ekonomiko-matematiceskie metody v organizacii i planirovanii sel'skohozjajstvennogo proizvodstva, Moskva: Ekonomika, 358. Price: Rbl.1

Mathematical analysis of energy-nutrient relationships. 1. Protein and energy. Poultry Science 49(1): 29-33

Mathematical analysis of the concept 'felled-area type'. Lesn. Z., Arhangel'sk. 10: 4, 162-3

Mathematical and economic models of an optimum territorial and production structure of the forage industry in Bulgaria. Ikonomika selskoto Stopanstvo. Sofija, 8: 3, 39-49

Mathematical approach to estimation of coefficient of feed conversion. Sel'skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya. 6: 3, 459-461

Mathematical approach to the course of height growth of Scots Pine on a fresh Pine site in the Augustow forest. Folia for. polon. Lesn, 15, 239-60

Mathematical approach to the density of crop stands. Vest. sel.-khoz. Nauki, Mosk, 2, 105-9. Bibl. 5

Mathematical assessment of symptoms of Verticillium on Carnation. C. r Seanc. Soc. Biol, 162: 1, 234

Mathematical challenges to the neo-Darwinian interpretation of evolution. A Symposium held at the Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, April 25 and 26, 1966. Mathematical challenges to the neo-Darwinian interpretation of evolution. A Symposium held at the Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, April 25 and 26 Philadelphia: Wistar Institute Press., xi+140. Price: $5.00,

Mathematical definition of optimal production capacity and work radius of dairy plants. Zesz. nauk. wyzsz. Szk. win. Olsztyn, 21: 1, 157-72

Mathematical description of a gas drum drier as an object having a single. Lesn. Z, 13: 1, 143-6

Mathematical description of an air/steam compartment kiln as an object having a double. Lesn. Z., Arhangel'sk. 12: 2, 125-9

Mathematical description of net photosynthesis and adaptation processes in the photo-synthetic apparatus of plant communities. Prediction and measurement of photosynthetic productivity. Proceedings of the IBP/PP Technical Meeting, Trebon, [Czechoslovakia], 14-21 Wageningen: PUDOC, 103-13. bibl

Mathematical description of the biomass increment of stands. Dokl. Mosk. S. Kh. Akad. im. K. A. Timiryazeva. 169, 238-42

Mathematical description of the sterile male principle. Can Entomol 99(8): 858-865

Mathematical expression of apple seedling growth during the first year of growth. Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR. 169: 971-4. bibl. 8

Mathematical form of a cooperative association and determination of its size. Zemedelska Ekonomika. Praha, 17: 7, 461-480

Mathematical formulae for estimating resistance potential and speed of development of DDT resistance in the yellow-fever mosquito. Journal of Economic Entomology 61(2): 525-529

Mathematical formulation of the connection between nicotine concentration in tobacco leaves and influencing factors. 2. Analysis of nicotine variation in growing tobacco leaves. Biol. Zbl, 89: 3, 365-8. Bibl. 7

Mathematical ideas in biology. Mathematical ideas in biology, London and New Tork : Cambridge University Press., vii+ 152. Price: 30s. or $5.00,

Mathematical method for the calculation of differential rent. Gazdalkodas, Budapest, 10: 3, 13-25

Mathematical method of determining rotation in managed forest, according to the criterion of maximum growth or, its equivalent, maximum yield per species. Montes, Madrid. 23: 135, 179-80

Mathematical method of expressing the oxidation-reduction condition of soil and the solubility of phosphates. Izv. timiryazev, sel'.-khoz. Akad, 4, 95-100

Mathematical methods and data-processing techniques in economic research. Ekon.sel'Hoz, Moskva, 43: 12, 44-52

Mathematical methods and their application in agriculture. Zemedelska Ekon. (Praha), Feb. 10(37): 1/2, 3-10

Mathematical methods and their utilization in economic life. Nemzetkozi Mezogazdasagi Szle. Budapest, 14: 4, 75-8

Mathematical methods for analysing production interrelations in agriculture. Mathematical methods for analysing production interrelations in agriculture. Moskva: Kolos, 127. Price: Rbl.0

Mathematical methods for planning agriculture. Matematiceskie metody v planirovanii sel'skogo hozjajstva, Kisinev, USSR: Kartja Moldovenjaske., 226. Price: Rbl.0

Mathematical methods for studying the optimal phosphate level in soil. Vest. sel'-khoz. Nauki Mosk, 5, 86-90

Mathematical methods in agricultural economics. Zemed. Ekon, Praha., 37: 9, 547-50

Mathematical methods in agricultural practice. Ekon. Zemed., Praha, 8: 2, 47-8

Mathematical methods in agriculture. (E. Germany). Mathematische Methoden in der Landwirtschaft, Halle, Germany: Wiss. Beitr. Martin-Luther-Univ. Halle Wittenberg., 285

Mathematical methods in chemical plant protection. Summs. Paps. 7th int. Congr. Pl. Prot, Paris, 826-7

Mathematical methods in economics. Vol. 5. Economic functions and problems of optimum planning in agriculture. Matematiceskie metody y ekonomike. Vypusk 5. konmiceskie funkcii i voprosy optimal'nogo planirovanija v sel'skom hozja-jstve, Riga: Zinatne., 123. Price: Rbl.0.40,

Mathematical methods in farm organization. Metody mate-matyczne w organizacji gospodarstwa rolniczego, Warszawa : Panst. Wydaw. Roln. Lesne., 204

Mathematical methods in management and planning of agriculture. Ekonomiko-matematiceskie metody v upravlenii i planiro-vanii sel'skogo hozjajstva, Moskva, USSR: Kolos., 160. Price: Rbl.0.26

Mathematical methods of determining the annual financial production plan of the agricultural enterprise. Zemed. ekon, Praha, 13: 11, 719-32

Mathematical methods of returning optimum production capacities and operating radii of dairies (in Poland). Zesz. nauk. Wyzsz. Szk. Roln. Olsztyn, Olsztyn, 21: 1, 157-72

Mathematical model depicting milk yield of cows in the course of 1 lactation. Zesz. nauk. wyzsz. Szk. roln. Olsztyn. 23: 3, 685-94

Mathematical model depicting relationship between cost of keeping cows and annual milk yield, and determination of economically optimal production of milk. Zesz. nauk. wyzsz. Szk. roln. Olsztyn, 23: 3, 675-84

Mathematical model for assortment tables. Lesn. Hoz, 1, 41-3

Mathematical model for poultry egg production. Biometrics. 27: 735-738

Mathematical model for predicting seed production by Tsuga canadensis and Picea omorika. Uc. Zap. Latv. Univ, 122: 21-36

Mathematical model for predicting stand volume. Uc. Zap. Latv. Univ, 122: 71-90

Mathematical model for the management of the forest enterprise: a new approach and generalisation. Revista de Ciencias Agronomicas, Lourenco Marques. 3A: 25-31

Mathematical model of agricultural decisions and planning. Inter-nation Conference. Szigma, Budapest., Budapest, 1: 1, 80-2

Mathematical model of egg production. Poult. Sci, 50: 1306-1315

Mathematical model of elements uptake from soil by plants. Agro-khimiya. 7, 126-36. Bibl. 18

Mathematical model of plant photosynthesis considering adaptation. Photosynthetica 1(3/4): 233-240

Mathematical model of trees as mechanical systems. Lesn. Prom, 11, 29-30

Mathematical model of uptake of elements from soil by plants. Agrokhimiya, 7, 126-136

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Maximal acid response of Pavlov pouches to food and histamine. Gut 11(2): 153-157

Maximal nitrogen rates for sugar cane. Bodenkultur, 21: 219-30. bibl. 6

Maximal temperatures of the causal agents of mycetomata and chromomycosis. An. Fac. Med. Univ. Montevideo

Maximal tolerated amounts of dextrose given intragastrically to albino rats. Acta diabetol. latina. 4: 538-549

Maximal tolerated amounts of sucrose given by daily intragastric administration to albino rats. Food Cosmet. Toxicol, 6: 717-727

Maximal width of opening and morphology of stomata, with information on their size and number. Flora, Jena. 159: 5, 459-79

Maximal yield does not equate with good economy. Lantmannen, Stockholm. 82: 9, 10-2

Maximisation of production by exploitation of the phenomenon of heterosis in bajra (Penniseturn typhoideum, S.& H. Ann. agric. Res. Abst. post-grad. Res. Wk. 65 : Nagpur agric. Coll. Mag, 1966. 111-12

Maximise rice yields through rational fertiliser use. Indian Fmg. 19: 8, 9-14

Maximization of agricultural production. Maximization of agricultural production, Calcutta, India, Agricultural Society of India., 232

Maximization of potato yield under constraint. Agron J 57(2): 210-213

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Maximizing income above feed costs with computer-formulated dairy rations. Calif. Agric, 26: 5, 5-7

Maximizing incomes from circle valley farms Piute county, Utah. Utah Res. Ser. Utah Agric. Exp. Stn., Logan, Utah, 30, 25

Maximizing incomes from crops on Millard county farms. Utah Res. Ser. Utah Agric. Exp. Stn., Logan, Utah, 32, 31

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Maximum amount of fat that can be accepted or assimilated at high altitude. Armed Forces Med. J. India. 22: 17-23

Maximum daily temperatures of different air layers in the Pinetum myrtillosum. Lesoved., Moskva. 2, 81-2

Maximum dry weight and height growth of Engelmann Spruce (Picea engelmannii Parry) seedlings occur under temperature conditions not found in the normal range of the species. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer, 47: 3, 103

Maximum effective pit pore radii of the heartwood and sapwood of six softwoods as affected by drying and resoaking. Wood & Fibre. 1: 4, 263-9

Maximum factory noise levels. N. Z. Jl Dairy Sci. Technol, 6: 1, 14-16

Maximum fat loads by mouth in healthy persons. Med. Ernahrung. 9: 193

Maximum genetic improvement of forest trees through synthetic multi-clonal hybrid varieties. 13th Northeastern Forest Tree Improvement Conference held at Albany, New York on August 12-13 1965. 7-13

Maximum girth, and thinning intensity. Proc. 14th Congr. Int. Union For. Res. Organ., Munich Pt. VI, Sect. 25, 1967. 235-41

Maximum herbage output. Stikstof. 5: 60, 538-45. Bibl. 10

Maximum intensity of the use of boars. Zivoc. Vyroba. 13: 603-610

Maximum likelihood estimates of age effects. Journal of Dairy Science 49(1): 65-73

Maximum livestock production and optimum numbers of animals with limited quantities of feeds (Czechoslovakia). Zemed. ekon., Praha, 13: 7, 415-24

Maximum loss of feed from nylon bags in the rumens of steers as related to apparent digestibility. Canad. J. Animal Sci, 50: 325-330

Maximum orchard susceptibility of pear and apple varieties to fireblight. Plant Dis Reporter 48(4): 272-276

Maximum pore diameters of film materials. For. Prod. J, 16: 12, 59-63

Maximum production from the tropical dry deciduous forests. Indian For, 94: 1, 20-7

Maximum profit dairy rations that include wheat. J. Fm Econ, 46: 3, 580-87

Maximum profit livestock rations that include wheat. J. Farm Econ, 47: 669-680

Maximum rates of nitrogen for sugar cane. Bodenkultur, 21: 219-230

Maximum recovery of pesticides from alfalfa and related material. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 2(5): 274-278

Maximum replacement of protein by urea in the ration of milch animals. J. Nutr. Dietet, 6: 2, 100-105

Maximum response as the environment index describing varietal adaptability. Agronomy Abstracts. Wash. State Univ., Pullman, USA., 18

Maximum safe moisture content for storing teff (Eragrostis abyssinica Schrad.) and Sarawak illipe nut (Shorea gysbert-siana) Burck. J. stored Prod. Res, 5: 2, 169-72. Bibl. 6

Maximum temp, of development of some A. spp. isolated from animals. Schweizer Arch. Tierheilk, 111: 12, 673-687

Maximum temperature for development of A. Candidus and A. amstelodami. Bull. Soc. Sci. Vet. Med. comp, 69: 91-98

Maximum temperature for the development of A. fumigates and A. flavus. Red Med. vet. Ec. Alfort. 142: 205-213

Maximum temperature for the development of some dermatophytes. Preliminary note. Parasitologia. 12: 2-3, 179-183

Maximum temperature for the growth of Aspergillus strains isolated from animals. Schweizer Arch. Tierheilk, 111: 673-687

Maximum yields of processing vegetables. Hortscience 1(2): 50-52

Mayhewia nebraskensis, sp.n., a cestode from the rock dove, Columba livia. Am. midi. Nat, 82: 2, 598-600

Mayonnaise from egg yolks varying in pigmentation. Tennessee Farm Home Sci. Progr. Rep, 75, 2-4

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Mea-surement of dielectric constant of butter. Dairy Inds, 35: 10, 688-89

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Meal frequency and weight reduction of young women. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 24(4): 465-468

Meal of grapeseeds for milk production in ewes. Ferias, Mercados y Mataderos. 225/226, 5

Meal of snails of the genus Helix. Chemical composition. An. Inst. Invest. vet., Madrid. 65. 14-15: 105-107

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Meal-Eating And Lipogenesis In Vitro Of Rats Fed A Low-Protein Diet. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 42: 665-670

Meals and animal proteins. Inds. Aliment. amm, 1969: 204, 15; 17; 19; 21; 23; 25; 27; 29; 31; 33; 35-37; 39

Meals from rendering plants and rendering fat with high fat contents for fattening chickens. Zivoc. Vyr, 15: 433-442

Meals of animal origin in the feeding of beef cattle. Riv. Zootec. Agric. Vet, 8: 209-224

Meals of fish, giant squid and whale, manufactured in Chile: chemical and amino acid composition and biological quality of the protein. Nutricion, Bromatol., Toxicol, 5: 134-143

Mealworms-only harmless bird food?. Pflanzenarzt. 23: 12, 134-137

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Mealybug control on grapes in the Hex River Valley. Dec. Fruit Gr, 15: 296-8

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Mean annual height increment as a criterion of site quality in Pinus elliottii. Idia: Supl. for, publ. 1969. 5, 27-30

Mean cellular peroxidase (MCP) of leuko-cytes in iron deficiency anemia. Tohoku J. Exp. Med, 93: 105-113

Mean directions of capital investment in mechanization of agriculture in the central non-black-earth region (of the USSR). Doklady TSHA. Moskva, 163: 23-28

Mean effective optical constants of thirteen kinds of plant leaves. Applied Optics 9(11): 2573-2577

Mean fitness and the equilibria in multilocus polymorphisms. Proc Roy Soc Ser B Biol Sci 169(1014): 31-58

Mean form of Scots Pine stems, and the determination of normal form factors. Lesn. Z., Arhangel'sk. 9: 2, 18-21

Mean growth rates of Friuli children from birth to the sixth year of life. Minerva pediat, 21: 1881-1885

Mean longevity of adults in a field population of the brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens Stal (Hemiptera, Delphacidae), as estimated by Hokyo and Kiritani's method. Applied Entomology and Zoology. 5: 4, 225-227

Mean normal growth values in the elementary school population of the province of Turin (results of the first measurements). Minerva Pediatrica. 23: 28, 1186-1200

Mean size of milk fat globules. Izv.vyssh. ucheb.Zoved. Pishch.Tekhnol, 3, 100-102

Mean value of semen characters of bulls of 5 French breeds in relation to age. Elevage Insim, 97, 11-29

Mean values of the coefficients of resistance of rest before sliding and rolling of unbarked freshly felled logs on different materials. Lesn. Prom, 6, 32

Meanings Of Food. Tropical and Geographical Medicine 17: 45-51

Means and methods for successful dissemination of clonal propagations of tropical and subtropical cultivars. Proc. Fla St. hort. Soc. 1969. 81: 332-6. bibl. 7

Means and methods of avoiding sprouting in the ear in cereals. Tiddskr. norske Landbr, 71: 125-35

Means and ways of improving the quality of cheeses and accelerating the process of their ripening. XVII Int. Dairy Congr, D: 451-54

Means by which virus disease in cultivated Mushrooms is spread, and methods to prevent and control it. MGA Bull, 244: 158-178

Means for agricultural development in Indonesia. Zagad. Ekon. roln, Warszawa, 4: 94, 128-35

Means for increasing livestock production and reducing its cost prices. Ekon. sel. Hoz., Moskva, 44: 5, 54-66

Means for increasing resistance of Cotton to wilt. Transactions of the All-Union symposium on Cotton wilt control, Tashkent, Izdat. Uzbekistan., 111-114

Means for increasing the economic efficiency of specialized sheep-breeding farms. Revta Zoo-tehnic Med. vet., Bucuresti. 5: 30-5

Means for overcoming drought. Zemledelie, 26: 2, 12-18

Means for preventing the cohesion of packaged food product slices. W. Germ. Pat. Appl, 1 767 280,

Means for pumping foaming liquids such as milk, from a container. Br. Pat, 1190 143,

Means for raising productivity and cutting production costs (in livestock production). Ekon. sel. Khoz, 45: 9, 44-56

Means for the control of strawberry root weevils and new species in Bulgaria. Gradinar. lozar. Nauka. Sofia., 1: 6, 17-27

Means for the control of trichophytosis on Karakul' Sheep. Vetcrinariya, Moskva. 41: 3, 38-40

Means of ballistic control of the pine processionary. Note Appunti sper. Ent. agr. fasc, Perugia, 11: 15-22

Means of controlling Z. pyrina. Progresso agric, Bologna, 11: 5 repr, 4

Means of dispersion of Thaumetopoea wilkinsoni Tams. La-Yaaran. 18: 4, 117-123, 137

Means of entry of trunk decay in Black Spruce. Phyytoprotection, 46: 3, 163-168

Means of increasing phosphoras solubility in different soil types. Stiinta Sol, 3: 369-379

Means of increasing the effectiveness of triazines in controlling perennial rhizomatous weeds in the Virgin Lands. Agro-khimiya, 3, 136-45

Means of increasing the productivity of Tsigai sheep. Nas Chov, 29: 2, 52-56

Means of increasing yield and labour output in industrial vegetable greenhouses. Ferma Intreprind. agric. Stat, 22: 3, 21-2

Means of inducing bearing in vigorous apple trees. Jugoslov. Vocarstvo, 3: 9, 31-5. bibl. 8

Means of maintaining a deficitless nitrogen balance sheet in arable derno-podzolic soils. Agrokhimiya, 5, 3-20

Means of overcoming sterility in cotton hybrids with different chromosomes. Uzbek. biol. Z. (Uzbek biol. J.), 4, 58-59

Means of preventing premature die-back of stone fruit trees. Fiziol. Rast, 15: 725-32. bibl. 8

Means of raising the economic effectiveness of (Bulgarian) plum production. Ikon, selskoto Stop, Sofija, 6: 4, 75-91

Means of reducing potato virus infestation. Sel'.-khoz. Biologiya. 4: 5, 731-6. Bibl. 4

Means of reducing production costs in town dairy factories. Trudy vses. nauchno-issled. Inst. moloch. Prom, 27: 255-71

Means of research planning. Essai de programmation de la recherche, Paris: Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, 70

Means of tetraploid populations. Ann Amelior Plantes [Paris] 17(3): 215-227

Means to an end. Proceedings of the eighteenth Western Grass Breeders Work Planning Conference (1965 Biennial Report) held at Utah State University, Logan, Utah, July 8-9. 52-07

Means to check citrus decline in the south. Indian Hort, 13: 2, 33-5

Measles in East and Central Africa. East African Medical Journal 44(12): 497-508

Measles vaccine for protection of dogs against canine distemper. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 156(12): 1743-1746

Measles, malnutrition and blindness in Luapula Province, Zambia. Tropical and Geographical Medicine 21(2): 157-162

Measles--canine distemper relationship. The effect of measles viruses and their influence on subsequent challenge with Snyder Hill distemper virus. Cornell Veterinarian 56(1): 85-103

Measure of fungistatic and fungicidal ability. J. Pharm. Belg, 19: 11-12, 465-476

Measured and estimated water use by a citrus and an apple orchard. Economic Rurale Libanaise, 36, 62-82

Measured intelligence and academic achievement as related to urban-rural residence. Rur. Sociol, Madison, Wis, 33: 2, 214-7

Measurement and analysis of radioactive fallout over South Africa and its biological uptake. S. African J. Sci, 66: 214-224

Measurement and characterization of proteins by color reactions. Analytical Biochemistry 11(3): 411-417

Measurement and classification of genetic variability in horseradish. J. Amer. Soc. hort. Sci, 94: 98-102. bibl. 12

Measurement and computer system for karyotyping human and other cells. Nature: New Biology 230(15): 203-207

Measurement and control of carbon dioxide and oxygen in controlled atmosphere storages. Mich Agr Exp Sta Quart Bull 49(1): 55-63

Measurement and determinants of innovativeness among primitive agriculturists. Rur. Social., Madison, Wis, 33: 3, 339-48

Measurement and estimation of nocturnal minimum temperatures on a regeneration site. Arch. Forstw, 16: 6/9, 653-8

Measurement and explanation of factor returns under the flue-cured tobacco program. Diss. Abstr. A, Ann Arbor, Mich, 28: 4, 1173. Price: $3.00,

Measurement and exploitation of genetic variability in a population of the broad bean (V. faba L.). Rev. Invest, agric., B. Aires : Ser. 2, 3: 21-42

Measurement and importance of longissimus dorsi muscle cross section for estimation of carcass quality in Czech Pied cattle. In Zbornik Prac o Problemoch Zvysovania Uzitkovosti Hovadzieho Dobytka v Podmienkach Vel'kochovov. Medzinar. Ved. Konf., Nitra. Nitra: Vysoka Skola Pol'nohospodarska, 1968. 367-374

Measurement and inheritance of reproductive capacity in young cattle. Mater. I Konf. Molod. Uchen. Genet. Razved. Sel'-khoz. Zhivot., Tom 1. Pushkin Nauchno-issled. Lab, Razved. Sel'.-khoz. Zhivot. Leningrad, 14-16

Measurement and partial characterization of pectinesterase in apple fruits. J. Amer. Soc. hort. Sci, 95: 465-8. bibl. 14

Measurement and removal of dirt on Concord grapes grown in Central Washington in 1967. Circ. Wash, agric. Exp. Stat, 485: 11

Measurement and selection of economically important traits in beef cattle. Progr. Rep. Ky agric. Exp. Stn. 176, 28-29

Measurement and significance of forage palatability. Proc. natn. Conf. Forage Qual. Eval. Util., Univ. Nebraska, 1970. 55. Bibl. 187

Measurement and theory of soil creep. Journal of Geology 75(4): 359-378

Measurement as a means of identifying fossil maize pollen. Bull Torrey Bot Club 92(1): 7-20

Measurement by gas chromatography of urinary oestrogeiis in bitches with mammary dysplasia or neoplasia. Nuova Vet, 47: 71-78

Measurement in sociology: concepts and methods. Sociol. Monogr, Natn. Univ. Colombia, Bogota., 65

Measurement in vivo of the activity of some metabolic cycles in laying hens with different yields. Ztschr. Tierphysiol. Tierernahrung Futtermittelk. 23: 17-20

Measurement of free thyroxine in serum. Clin. Chem, 17: 166-173

Measurement of 'speed of set' of room temperature setting wood adhesives. For. Prod. J, 18: 11, 52-53

Measurement of 131I in fresh milk. J. Formosan med.Ass, 65: 5, 259-62

Measurement of 137Cs in beef 1966/67. Wien. tierarztl. Monatsschr, 55: 786-791

Measurement of 14C-lactose absorption in the diagnosis of lactase deficiency. Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 76(5): 824-835

Measurement of Aedes aegypti populations. Journal of Economic Entomology 60(3): 634-637

Measurement of Cs137 in meat from different species, 1965-1967. Nord. Vet.-Med, 20: 344-353

Measurement of P32 in plant material by autoradiographic technique. J. Indian Soc. Soil Sci, 13: 3, 157-60. Bibl. 4

Measurement of a labile iron store. British Journal of Haematology 14(4): 411-423

Measurement of a water profile by the absorption of gamma rays. Meded. LandbHogesch. OpzoekStns Gent, 30: 905-913

Measurement of absorption by Dost's method, illustrated by intestinal Fe absorption in children. Helv. paediat. Acta. 19: 566-570

Measurement of accelerations with the aid of a photo-electric accelerometer. Lesn. Z., Arhangel'sk. 12: 3, 61-3

Measurement of adaptability in maize hybrids. Proceedings of the third congress of the South African Genetic Society, Pretoria 1968. 116

Measurement of ambient air temperature with aspirated and unaspirated thermocouples in the field. Iowa State Journal of Science. 46: 1, 59-69

Measurement of and variation in sugar content of cucumber fruit. HortScience, 5: 4,

Measurement of antigenic and pathogenic variability of infectious bronchitis virus strains by trachea culture. Avian Dis, 15: 233-241

Measurement of apparent photosynthesis. Exps Prog. 16 Grassld Res. Inst. 3, 1964. 34

Measurement of attenuation of 137Cs and 241Am gamma rays for soil density and water content determinations. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Am, 35: 215-219

Measurement of back fat by an ultrasonic method in selecting for meat. Zivoc. Vyr, 12: 541-548

Measurement of basal energy expenditure in obesity. Nutritio et Dieta. 6: 77-85

Measurement of base saturation degree of paddy latosols and its significance to rice growth. Trans. (9th) int. Congr. Soil Sci, 4: 95-102

Measurement of beef production from hay and silage. J Agr [victors] 62(10): 431-437

Measurement of black spot susceptibility of Potatoes. Am. Potato J, 48: 3, 71-81

Measurement of blood flow through the longissimus dorsi muscle of pigs, using xenon-133. Dt. tierarztl. Wschr, Tierarztliche Hochschule, Hannover, 77: 606-609

Measurement of body fat with an electronic caliper. Cas. Lek. ces, 107: 900-904

Measurement of body fluid compartments of West African cattle. Methods and results. Rev. Elevage Med. vet. Pays trop, 20: 311-327

Measurement of body water and intracellular electrolytes by means of muscle biopsy. Lancet 2(7527): 1172-1176

Measurement of body water in calves with urea. Brit Veterinary J 120(8): 378-384

Measurement of Bone Growth in Osteopetrosis. Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine and Veterinary Science 28(10): 236-238

Measurement of bone mass from ultrasonic transmission time. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 123(1): 282-285

Measurement of bulk milk by meter in fixed installations. Milk Ind, 67: 5, 47-52

Measurement of butter consistency. Dte Milchw, 22: 2, 55-58

Measurement of butter consistency-an important factor in quality assessment. Prum. Potravin. 20: 9 Suppl, 16

Measurement of calcitonin secretion rate in the goose. Journal of Endocrinology 45(1): Suppl:xiv-Xv