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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 14567

Chapter 14567 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Modifying the nutrient status through liquid manuring. Tuinbouwberichten. 31: 244-5; 243

Modifying wood to increase its in vitro digestibility. Journal of Animal Science [,Fort Collins

Modular at Holloko village. Magyar Epitomuveszet. Budapest, 3: 44-47

Modular metric joist tables for domestic floors and roofs (based on Schedule 6 of the Building Regulations, 1965). Modular metric joist tables for domestic floors and roofs (based on Schedule 6 of the Building Regulations . Timber Research and Development Association,High Wycombe, UK: 1970. 2

Modulation and growth of Medicago trun-catula on acid soils. Aust. J. agric. Res, 21: 427-34

Modulation failure in Trifolium subterraneum L. cv. Woogenellup (syn. Marrar). Aust. J. agric. Res, 19: 6, 907-18. Bibl. 21

Modulation in nucleoside diphosphatase activity of mammotrophic cells of the rat adenohypophysis during secretion. Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry 18(4): 237-250

Modulation of Medi-cago sutiva in solution culture. II. Compensating effects of nitrate of prior nodulation. Pl. Soil, 28: 246-257

Modulation of Medicago sativa in solution culture. III. Effects of nitrate OH root hairs and infection. Pl. Soil, 29: 33-47

Modulation of drinking by ambient temperature changes. Animal Behaviour 18(4): 753-757

Modules offer flexibility in automated aseptic processing. Am. Dairy Rev, 31: 10, 42-43

Moduli of rigidity and torsional strength of Scarlet Oak related to moisture content. Wood Sci, 3: 4, 238-44

Moduli of rigidity of Virginia Pine and Tulip Poplar related to moisture content. Wood Sci, 2: 4, 203-11

Modulus of compliance and factor of safety of wood joints. Biuletyn Instytutu Techniki Budowlanej, Warszawa,

Modulus of elasticity of Western Hemlock, Western Spruce and Lodgepole Pine dimension lumber. Inform. Rep. For. Prod. Lab., Vancouver. VP-X-32, 24

Modus operandi and control of parasitic weeds. Prabuddh Krishak, (Rajasthan Coll. Agric. Udaipur Mag.), 70. 1-12, Bibl. 17

Mofoterm for mulching in horticulture. Zahrad. Listy, 62: 4, 76-7

Moglichkeiten der Vakzinierung bei Haustierhelminthosen. Berl. Munch. tierarztl. Wschr, 81: 22, 437-441

Moglichkeiten der grossfl chigen Leberegel bekampfung. Tierdrztl. Umsch, 23: 9, 403-406, 409-412

Moglichkeiten einer Differenzierung von Lungenwurmmfektionen des Schafes im histologischen Schnittpraparat. Zugleich ein Beitrag zur Frage der Entstehung der Lungenadenomatose des Schafes durch Parasiten. Zentbl. Vet. Med. Reihe B. 16: 2, 143-157

Moglichkeiten und Grenzen einer Artdifferenzierung der Larven von Ascaris lumbricoides suis, Parascaris equorum, Toxocara cam's, Toxocara cati und Toxascaris leonina in histologischen Schnitten beim nicht adaquaten Win (Maus). II. Teil. Z. ParasitKde. 25: 1, 52-67

Mohair goats are profitable. Ovtsevodstvo. Mosk., 14: 2, 15-17

Mohair goats in Siberia. Ovtsevodstvo, 11: 12, 9-10

Moinosti pouaitia p-bromfenylizotiokyanatu pri strongylatozach traviaceho aparatu u jahniat. Folia vet, 8: 2, 229-238

Moist Corn grain conservation with propionic acid. Proc. Can. phytopath. Soc, 36: 20

Moist barley for growing pigs: some effects of storage method and processing. Animal Production. 13: 3, 547-556

Moist barley preserved with acid in the diet of the growing pig. Animal Production. 13: 2, 271-277

Moist barley-what it costs to store. Pig Fmg, Bletchley. 18: 9, 44-5; 47

Moist disinfection of cuttings. Zasc. Rast. Vred. Bolez, 9: 10, 47-8

Moistening and heating improve germination of two legume species. Journal of Range Management. 24: 5, 393-394

Moisture absorption by Scots Pine wood after heat treatment. Lesn. Z., Arhangel'sk. 10: 1, 112-4

Moisture absorption by banana cartons during storage and sea transport. Fruits d' Outre Mer. 22: 273-7

Moisture absorption by certain Indian timbers as a result of soaking in water. J. Timb. Developm. Ass. India. 13: 3, 5-12

Moisture absorption by dried milk and dried whey during storage. Meded. Rijksfac. LandbWei. Gent, 34: 4, 1089-1103

Moisture absorption of Birch wood after hygrothermal treatment. Derev. Prom, 15: 2, 14

Moisture absorption of Larch wood after hygro-thermal treatment. Derev. Prom, 16: 2, 13

Moisture accumulation in soil by deep mole drainage. Vestn. s.-kh. Nauki, 2, 97-101

Moisture adsorption characteristics of different Indian soil groups. Mineralog. Abstr, 20: 69-2849

Moisture and fat content during the adult life of the ambrosia beetle, Trypodendron lineatum (Oliv.). J. Ent. Soc. B.C, 64: 51-5

Moisture and fat content in the ambrosia beetle Trypodendron lineatum (Oliv.). Proc. Ent. Soc. B.C, 62: 16-8

Moisture and nitrogen relations of cotton. Indian Con. J, 19: 348-352

Moisture and other quality factors of copra. Ceylon Coconut Quart. 17: 1-41. bibl. 11

Moisture and salt regime of soils of a solonets complex of the Sarpin lowland under flooded rice. Izv. timiryazev. sel'-khoz. Akad, 4, 161-174

Moisture and strength relationships of soils as affected by 4-tert. butylpyrocatechol. Soil Sci 98(4): 235-243

Moisture and temperature. EXPERIMENTAL FARM, BEAVERLODGE, ALBERTA. Research report.,. Ottawa., 16 p

Moisture and temperature effect upon plant growth rate on meadows in the Vistula valley. Wiad. Inst. Melior. Uzyt. Zielonych, 6: 4, 11-77. Bibl. 56

Moisture and temperature effects on emergence and initial growth of two range grasses. Agron J, 61: 628-632

Moisture and temperature effects on storage on Pinus kesiya pollen. Rhodesian Journal of Agricultural Research, 8: 2, 159-160

Moisture and temperature regimes of brown mountain-forest soils under beech forests. Pochvovedenie. 3, 97-109

Moisture and temperature requirements for germination of three annual species of Medicago. Australian J Exp Agr Anim Husb 5(19): 450-452

Moisture and the use of simazine on Prunus. HortScience, 4: 1, 30-32. Bibl. 5

Moisture and the wood of the Southern Pines. For. Prod. J, 19: 2, 30-6

Moisture balance in soils of the Edmonton area. Can. J. Soil Sci, 49: 403-407

Moisture balance of reclaimed peat bogs as exemplified by the bog Modzelowka. Zesz. probl. Postep. Nauk roln, 72, 139-180

Moisture budgeting technique for a fallow soil in spring. Canadian Journal of Soil Science. 51: 3, 516-518

Moisture changes in intact citrus leaves monitored by a beta gauge technique. Proc. Amer. Soc. hort. Sci, 92: 211-20. bibl. 10

Moisture changes in raw and parboiled paddy in West Africa and their influence upon milling quality. 3. Shade-drying of parboiled paddy. Emp. J. exp. Agric, 32: 128, 303-6. bibl. 3

Moisture changes induces in Red Oak by transverse stress. Dissert. Abstr. int, 30B: 10, 264

Moisture characteristics of Pennsylvania soils. III. Parent material and drainage relationships. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Am, 35: 115-119

Moisture characteristics of certain soils of the banana-growing regions of Ecuador. Fruits d'Outre Mer. 20: 19-23. bibl. 1

Moisture characteristics of some Natal sugarbelt soils. S African J Agr Sci 8(3): 767-774

Moisture conduction of wood at temperatures below freezing. Derev. Prom, 20: 10, 13-5

Moisture conduction of wood of the main Soviet species. Derev. Prom, 16: 9, 12-4

Moisture conservation under mulches in the eroded terraced soils of Ranchi. J. Soil Wat. Conserv, India, 15: 1-2, 61-71

Moisture consumption and moisture supply of tea in the Krasnodar subtropical region. Pochvovedenie, 9, 34-44

Moisture consumption and water regime of Ulmus pumila var. arborea on reclaimed solonchak/solonetz in semi-desert conditions. Pocvoved, 6, 23-37

Moisture consumption and water regime of the small-leaved elm on reclaimed solonchakous solonets under semi-desert conditions. Pochvovedenie, 6, 23-37

Moisture consumption by virgin vegetation of Caspian semi-arid land. Pochvovedenie. 12, 53-63

Moisture content - its relationship to radiation induced genetic and seedling injury in jute. Proceedings of the 21st-22nd Pakistan Science Conference, Rajshahi Part III, Abstracts, Lahore, W. Pakistan, Association for Advancement of Science., A3-A4:

Moisture content and fat in D.M. of cheese in 1965. Maelkeritidende. 79: 20, 423-26

Moisture content and fat in DM of cheese in 1966. Maelkeritidende. 80: 15, 305-07

Moisture content and nutritional value of laboratory diets for the migratory grasshopper, Melanoplus sanguinipes (Orthoptera: Acrididae). Canadian Entomologist. 103: 5, 657-661

Moisture content and pressure period influence treatability of Apitong (Dipterocarpus grandiflorus Blco.) with water-borne preservative. Philipp. Lumberm, 15: 2, 24-33

Moisture content and processing of corn for pigs. Canad. J. Animal Sci, 50: 705-709

Moisture content and specific gravity of fresh-felled conifers:. Statist. Sect. Pap. For. Comm., Lond, Nos

Moisture content and storage of peanut seed (Arachis hypogaea L. Proc. int. Seed Test. Ass, 36: 1, 159-71. Bibl. 13

Moisture content and temperature of soil in relation to the frozen state during utilization of fen bogs of Baraba. Vest. sel'. -khoz. Nauki, Mosk, 5, 19-26

Moisture content as a basis for estimating fatness of boneless beef samples. Can J Anim Sci 47(3): 153-159

Moisture content calculations for the 100-hour timelag fuel in fire danger rating. US For. Serv. Res. Note Rocky Mt. For. Range Exp. Sta, RM 7

Moisture content change induced by tensile stress in whole wood. J. Inst. Wood Sci, 18, 54-60

Moisture content of Beech lumber before and after steaming. Drvna Ind, 19: 11/12, 179-87

Moisture content of Southern Pine trees. Tech. Rep. Sch. For. N. C. St. Univ, 37, 44

Moisture content of Sunflower seeds in relation to invasion by storage fungi. Pl. Dis. Reptr. 56: 2, 173-175

Moisture content of cheese-(variation during storage). Annls Falsif. Expert, chim, 59: 672, 248-53

Moisture content of cotton leaves and petioles as related to environmental moisture stress. Agron. J, 61: 5, 687-90. Bibl. 16

Moisture content of fuels-an index of fire danger. Lesn. Khoz, 4, 66-7

Moisture content of glulam timbers in use in the Pacific Northwest. Moisture content of glulam timbers in use in the Pacific Northwest, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station,Portland, Ore., USA: 21

Moisture content of green wood. Vlaznost na darvesinata v surovo sastojanie, Zemizdat,Sofia, Bulgaria: 169

Moisture content of hillocky sands under pine plantations in the central Don. Pochvovedenie. 9, 100-107

Moisture content of imported softwood: case for adoption of a 16% target. Timb. Tr. J, 275: 4916, 31

Moisture content of industrial Beech wood. Holz Roh- u. Werkstoff. 29: 2, 56-66

Moisture content of laminated timbers. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Pap. U.S. For. Prod. Lab., Madison. FPL 149, 5

Moisture content of laminated timbers in use in the Rocky Mountain area. US For. Serv. Res. Pap. Rocky Mt. For. Range Exp. Sta, RM-73, 8

Moisture content of lumber influences nail-holding power. Bull.] Wood Res. Lab. Va. Polyt. Inst, 53, 4

Moisture content of shredded flue-cured tobacco as affected by relative humidity, temperature and time. Tobacco N.Y, 171: 7, 27-30. Bibl. 11

Moisture content of soils for making saturation extracts and the effect of grinding. Technical Paper CSIRO Division of Soils. 12, 9

Moisture content of soils of forest belts and of fields between the belts in the dry steppe of the Ukraine. Pochvovedenie. 4, 28-35

Moisture content of stemwood of Ulmus pumila var. arborea in the chestnut soils zone. Lesoved., Moskva. 5, 68-76

Moisture content of the peripheral and central parts of Eucalyptus stems. Iheringia (Ser. Bot.), Porto Alegre. 14: 3-18

Moisture content of veneer related to quality of plywood. Bull Government Forest Exp Sta 176: 151-171

Moisture content of wood for interior use Douglas-Fir and Robusta Eucalyptus samples studied. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Pacif. Sthwest. For. Range Exp. Sta, PSW-152, 5

Moisture content predictions for eight seasoned timbers under sheltered outdoor conditions in Australia and New Guinea. Div. For. Prod. technol. Pap. For. Prod. Aust, 44, 71

Moisture content preventing growth and causing permanent wilting of cabbage on peaty bottomland soils. Izv. timiryazev. sel'.-khoz. Akad, 1, 125-130

Moisture content variation of coated and uncoated wood samples exposed to indoor and outdoor conditions. Wood Preservation Report, Forest Products Research Institute, College, Laguna. 3: 4, 1-9

Moisture content variation of finished and partially finished wood homes in the Southeast. For. Prod. J, 17: 8, 60-3

Moisture content variations in logging slash. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Humidity and Moisture, Vol. 4. 1965. 321-6

Moisture content variations of Pinus radiata at Longford, Victoria. Leafl. For. Timb. Bur. Aust, 104, 17

Moisture content, density and other properties of wood and bark. III. Birch. Rapp. Instn. Virkeslara Skogshogsk, R

Moisture content, moisture transfer, and invasion of stored Sorghum seeds by fungi. Phytopathology. 60: 2, 280-283

Moisture content, mold invasion, and seed viability of stored soybeans. Phytopathology 54(7): 771-774

Moisture content, treatment concentrations and temperatures in the preservation of green timber. Moisture content, treatment concentrations and temperatures in the preservation of green timber, New Zealand Forest Service,Wellington, New Zealand: 6

Moisture contents of brushland fuels desiccated for burning. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Pacif. Sthwest. For. Range Exp. Sta, PSW-202., 7

Moisture cycling of trussed rafter joints. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Pap. U.S. For. Prod. Lab., Madison. FPL 67, 38

Moisture deficit of certain woody plants. God Zborn. Zemj. Sum. Fak. Univ. Skopje (Sum.). 20: 75-83

Moisture determination at low tensions in the topsoil of loose sands. Z. PflErnahr. Dung. Bodenk, 3: 182-187

Moisture determination by near-infrared spectrometry. Anal. Chem, 42: 1454-1456

Moisture determination in dried milk products on aluminium foils. Milch-wissenschaft. 21: 3, 140-42

Moisture determination in fungicides of the dithiocarbamic acid group. Bull. Rech. agron., Gembloux. 3: 1, 101-127

Moisture discounts in grain. Circ. Agric. Ext. Serv, N.C. St. Univ., Raleigh, N.C., 488, 12

Moisture distribution illustrated by contour chart. For. Prod. J, 20: 4, 50

Moisture distribution in wood-frame walls in winter. For. Prod. J, 18: 1, 60-4

Moisture distribution patterns in the secondary xylem of Sugar Maple, Acer saccharum Marsh. Amer. Midl. Nat, 75: 2, 280-91

Moisture dynamics of sandy soils in open areas and under forest culture. Sb. Dokl. Ill Mezhobl. Konf. Pochv. Agrokhim., Kuib'shev, 138-142

Moisture economy and nitrogen mobilization in a sandy brown earth under the effect of rotations with varying proportions of forage crops. 2. Nitrate and ammonia contents. Albrecht-Thaer-Arch, 12: 619-631

Moisture economy of sandy soil. LandbForsch. Volkenrode, 17: 135-142

Moisture effect on zinc solubility in soil and on its absorption by maize. Stiinta Sol, 9: 2, 9-16

Moisture effects on protein content of wheat in different soils of Uttar Pradesh. Labdev J. Sci. Tech. (B). 6: 4, 238-41. Bibl. 12

Moisture equilibrium and quality evaluation of five kinds of seeds stored at various relative humidities. Araneta Journal of Agriculture, 18: 2, 69-102

Moisture equilibrium values for several grass and legume seeds. Agron. J, 60: 6, 594-7. Bibl. 5

Moisture extraction by grape vines from chalk. Israel J. agric. Res, 14: 179-185

Moisture extraction from the subsoil by some agricultural crops. Kong Vet Landbohojsk Arsskr : 134-145

Moisture flux determinations influenced by air circulation inside diffusion cells. Wood Sci, 3: 4, 220-2

Moisture gains, losses and equilibria of flour mites, Acarus siro L., in comparison with larger arthropods. Entomologia exp. appl, Amsterdam, 9: 1, 25-41

Moisture in butter in relation to dielectric constant measurements. J. Dairy Sci, 52: 8, 1224-28

Moisture in cheese by gas chromatography and by Karl Fischer titrimetry. J. Ass. off. analyt. Chem, 53: 4, 865-68

Moisture in cheese: collaborative study of a distillation method and discussion of a Karl Fischer procedure. J. Ass.off. analyt. Chem, 52: 1, 117-25

Moisture in the coats of sweating cattle. Proc. Aust. Soc. Anim. Prod, 5: 167-172

Moisture in tobaccos-theoretical considerations. Lighter. 34: 2, 24-6. bibl. 1

Moisture in wood structures for ice skating. For. Prod. J, 22: 3, 50-4

Moisture indication on grassland by vegetation and soil : a comparison of maps. Netherlands J. agric. Sci, 13: 6-20

Moisture interception as a factor in the competitive ability of bluebunch wheat-grass. Journal of Range Management. 24: 3, 198-200

Moisture levelling in veneer by microwaves and hot air. For. Prod. J, 20: 1, 50-8

Moisture loss and weight of forest floor under pole-size ponderosa pine stands. J. For, 66: 70-71

Moisture loss and weight of the forest floor under pole-size Ponderosa Pine stands. J. For, 66: 1, 70-1

Moisture loss in apples after harvest. Fruitteelt. 56: 998

Moisture loss of carrots under refrigerated storage. Food Technol 20(4): 201-204

Moisture loss of horticultural products during precooling with cold air. Overdruk Sprenger Inst, Wageningen, 160: 9. bibl. 7

Moisture measurement on flowing wood chips. Tappi. 47: 6, 173A-174A

Moisture measurements in timber houses. Rapport, Statens Institut for Byggnadsforskning, Stockholm. 44, 135-6

Moisture meters for timber and their uses. Inform. Bull. Timb. Developm

Moisture movement and beat conduction in wood. Trad. Dep. Exploit. Util. Bois Univ. Laval. 10., 27

Moisture movement and heat conduction in wood. Holz Roh- u. Werkstoff. 27: 7, 245-53

Moisture movement in a horizontal soil column under the influence of an applied pressure. J. geophys. Res, 73: 5151-5157

Moisture movement in six wood species. For. Prod. J, 18: 5, 66-70

Moisture movement in small specimens of Yellow Poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera L.) and White Oak (Quercus alba L.) in the absence of air. Dissert. Abstr. int, 30B: 5, 1987

Moisture movement in the alfalfa stem during drying. Piss. Abstr, 28: l, 151B,

Moisture nutrient regime of soils on terraces. Vest. sel'.-khoz. Nauki, Mosk, 5, 47-51

Moisture patterns in Douglas Fir and Tanoak slash. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Pacif. Sthwest. For. Range Exp. Sta, PSW-55, 5

Moisture profile development and air compression during water uptake by bounded porous bodies. 2. Horizontal columns. Soil Sci, 99: 327-334

Moisture profile development and air compression during water uptake by bounded porous bodies: I. Theoretical introduction. Soil Sci, 98: 290-294

Moisture profiles IE layered porous materials during steady-state Infiltration. Soil Sci, 105: 379-383

Moisture properties of some soils of the Turkmenian SSR. Pochvovedenie. 12, 141-145

Moisture regime and evaporative capacity of soils and grounds of the Volga-Akhtubin bottomland. Izv. timiryazev. sel'-khoz. Akad, 1, 131-146

Moisture regime and moisture-supplying capacity of derno-podzolic soils. Pochvovedenie, 1, 49-58

Moisture regime and reclamation properties of light Polesian soils. Pochvovedenie. 1, 96-109

Moisture regime in soils planted with the most important agricultural crops. Ved. Pr. vysk. Ust. Zavl. Hosp. Bratislave. 6: 335-83. Bibl. 39

Moisture regime of chernozem soil over deep Pleistocene deposits. Vodohospod. Cas, 12: 16-33

Moisture regime of chernozemic soils in fields of a rotation in the steppe foothills of the Caucasus. Pochvovedenie. 4, 9-17

Moisture regime of cultivated derno-podzolic soils. Pochvovedenie. 5, 54-65

Moisture regime of cultivated peat soils, and their fertility. Agrokhimiya, 3, 41-45

Moisture regime of dark brown soils under a canopy of different types of walnut forests In Fergan. Pochvovedenie, 1, 32-41

Moisture regime of dark serozems of west Kopet-Dag. Izv. Akad. Nauk. turkmen. SSR, Ser. Biol. Nauk No, 3: 37-43

Moisture regime of deeply tilled derno-podzolic soil. Izv. timiryazev. sel'.-khoz. Akad, 6, 47-55

Moisture regime of derno-burozemic soils, and the dependence of tea-leaf yield on precipitation. Pochvovedenie. 5, 68-78

Moisture regime of derno-gleyey soils and gley-like soils drained by closed drainage in the valley of the river Yakhroma. Pochvovedenie, 9, 25-32

Moisture regime of eroded soils of the Donbass. Pochvovedenie, 10, 77-88

Moisture regime of gray forest loamy soil of the sub-taiga zone of west Siberia. Pochvovedenie. 3, 58-65

Moisture regime of heavy gleyed and ungleyed derno-podzolic soils. Pochvovedenie, 8, 120-136

Moisture regime of mountain-forest soils of deciduous forests of the south-east slope of the Great Caucasus. Suppl. Agrokem. Talajt, 17: 95-104

Moisture regime of non-irrigated soils of south-east Kazakhstan in fields under a rotation. Pochvovedenie, 9, 113-118

Moisture regime of ordinary chernozems under agricultural crops in the Voroshilovgrad region. Pochvovedenie, 6, 69-79

Moisture regime of serozems under forest plantations. Pochvovedenie. 4, 94-105

Moisture regime of soil under wheat in rotations in the Tselingrad province. Vestnik SeFskokhozaistvennoi Nauki, Alma-Ata, 1, 23-29

Moisture regime of soils. Pochvovedenie, 1, 79-91

Moisture regime of soils of a solonets complex being reclaimed under a shelterbelt. Pochvovedenie. 12, 64-76

Moisture regime of southern chernozems under forest plantations in the Crimea. Pochvovedenie, 1, 92-103

Moisture regime of thick chernozem IE various parts of a rotation. Pochvovedenie, 7, 102-110

Moisture regime of typical cinnamon soils of Georgia. Pochvovedenie, 11, 32-41

Moisture regime of unirrigated serozems of soilthern Kazakhstan. Pochvovedenie. 4, 36-43

Moisture regime of wheat roots. Fiziol. Rast, 11: 100-105

Moisture regime of woody plants at different concentrations of carbon dioxide around the roots. Dokl. Akad. Nauk, 174: 982-985

Moisture regime, photosynthesis and yield in polyploid beet. Sakharnaya Svekla, 12, 31-33

Moisture relations of soil inclusions of a texture different from the surrounding soil. Soil Sci Soc Amer Proc 28(5): 692-695

Moisture release characteristics of forested sand entisols in northern lower Michigan. Soil Sci Soc Amer Proc 30(5): 646-649

Moisture Release from Cut Alfalfa. Science 143(3611): 1183-1183

Moisture requirements and moisture supply to tea crops in the sub-tropics of the Krasnodar region. Pocvovedenie, 9, 34-44

Moisture requirements for seed germination of peanuts. Agronomy Journal, 63: 2, 336-338

Moisture requirements of crops and rate of moisture depletion of the soil. Tech. Bull. 32 Inst Ld Water Mgmt Res, 21. bibl. 9

Moisture reserves in soils of the Hardt. Bull. Ass. fr. Etude Sol, 5, 11

Moisture resistance of particle boards. Vodostojikost drevesnostruzecnyh plit, Izdatelstvo Lesnaja Promyslennost,Moscow, USSR: 97

Moisture retention characteristics of some Punjab soils and their relationships with the physico-chemical properties. J. Res. Punjab agric. Univ, 4: 330-337

Moisture retention in some soils of the Sudan. Afr. Soils. 11: 483-497

Moisture retention of cultivated and pastured mollisols and alfisols. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Am, 35: 147-149

Moisture status in Rhodesian soils prior to the rains. Rhod. agric. J, 64: 4-6; 11

Moisture storage and spring wheat yields on level-bench terraces as influenced by contributing area cover and evaporation control. Agron J 58(3): 297-299

Moisture storage capacity and postplanting patterns of moisture movement from seedling containers. Canad. J. For. Res, 1: 3, 151-8

Moisture stress affects germination of Longleaf and Slash Pine seeds. For. Sci, 15: 3, 275-6

Moisture stress affects root regeneration and early growth of Red Oak seedlings. For. Sci, 16: 4, 495-8

Moisture stress and excess on cultivated jute. Indian J. agric. Sci, 39: 7, 666-71. Bibl. 3

Moisture stress and stem diameter in young Douglas-Fir. For. Sci, 17: 4, 466-9

Moisture Stress Effects on Survival of Infective Haemonchus contortus Larvae. Journal of Nematology 2(4): 330-333

Moisture stress in some soils of North Vietnam (according to hygroscopic measurements). Pochvovedenie, 6, 121-130

Moisture supply for spring cereals on a drought-susceptible sandy soil. Versl. landbouwk. Onderz, 679, 29. Bibl. 14

Moisture supply for young poplar shelterbelts in the south of central Siberia. Pochvovedenie, 9, 33-44

Moisture supply in the soil. Tuinb. Meded, 32: 421-426

Moisture supply of conifers on sandy soils on Archedin sands. Pochvovedenie. 4, 83-87

Moisture supply of forest stands in the droughty steppe zone. Lesn. Hoz, 18: 9, 43-6

Moisture supply of young Poplar shelterbelts in S. Central Siberia. Pocvoved, 9, 33-44

Moisture supply, nitrogen fertilizers and internal water balance in floricultural crops. Tuinb. Meded, 32: 373-379

Moisture supply, nitrogen fertilizing and internal water balance in ornamental flower crops. Tuinbouw-mededelingen, 32: 373-9. bibl. 9

Moisture tension, diffusivity, and conductivity of a loam soil during wetting and drying. Can J Soil Sci 45(1): 78-86

Moisture transport through painted wood. Verfkroniek, Amsterdam. 41: 321-6

Moisture uptake and tensile strength of bulk solids. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology 22(8): 594-606

Moisture uptake by surface-applied superphosphate and movement of the phosphate and sulphate into the soil. Aust. J. Soil Res, 7: 307-316

Moisture use by selected forage crops. Agron. J, 60: 6, 587-91. Bibl. 17

Moisture use of pasture plants in a desert environment. Proc. 10th int. Grassld Congr., Helsinki, 897-906. Bibl. 24

Moisture utilization by natural vegetation in the Caspian semi-desert lowlands. Pochvovedenie, 12, 53-63. Bibl. 19

Moisture utilization by plants after herbicide treatment. Weeds 14(3): 205-207

Moisture withdrawal patterns of maize at different fertility levels. Rhod.Jnl agric. Res, 7: 1, 51-4. Bibl. 5

Moisture, an important factor in the rooting of vine cuttings. Grad. Via Liv, 13: 2, 33-8

Moisture, pore space, and bulk density changes in frozen soil. Soil Sci Soc Amer Proc 28(3): 422-425

Moisture-diffusion behaviour of prefabricated wall units made of wood and wood-based materials. Holz-Zbl, 92: 49, 909-12

Moisture-resistant compressed wood with improved physical and mechanical properties. Derev. Prom, 15: 11, 13-4

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Moneylending in rural areas: some examples from Colombia. Dev. Dig., Washington, D.C, 9: 2, 82-6

Mongoose rabies in Grenada. West Indian Medical Journal 18(3): 167-170

Moniezia (Blanchariezia) autumnalia n.sp.-a new cestode of sheep and cattle. Parazitologiya. 1: 5, 431-434

Moniezia skrjabini n.sp. from sheep and goats in the Mongolian People's Republic. Parazitologiya, 5: 1, 73-76, 76 p

Monieziasis of young reindeer. Veterinariya. Moscow, 44: 11, 64-65

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Monilia blight of Cherry and its control. An, Sect. Prot Pl. Inst. cent. Cercet. agric, 2: 127-135

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Monilia cinerea on peaches in Abhazia. Zasc. Rast, 15: 7, 42

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Monilia laxa as an important factor in the yield reduction of some plum varieties. Zast. Bilja. 18: 85-92. bibl. 5

Monilia of black-fruited mountain ash. Zasc. Rast. Vred. Bolez, 9: 12, 33-4

Monilia pod rot of Cacao in Ecuador. Turrialba. 15: 4, 4-13

Monilia pod rot of cacao. Dia Camp. Cacao, 2, 24-7

Monilia pod rot of cocoa. Cocoa Grs' Bull, 9, 15-18. bibl. 16

Monilia, a serious disease of apricots. Inf. Ortoflorofmttic, 7: 174-7

Monilial blight and bacterial rot of pome fruit trees. Zashch. Rast., Moskva. 9: 10, 20-22

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Monilial blight of Apple. Zashch. Rast. Vredit. Bolez, 10: 3, 36-37

Monilial blight of Quince. Mikol. i Fitopatol, 2: 6, 491-495

Monilial fungi and their harmfulness in Armenia. Sb. nauchn. Trudy ob"edin. nauchn. Sess. zakavkoz. sel',-khoz. Vuz,

Monilial granuloma (Candida). Archives of Dermatology 101(1): 118-119

Monilial granuloma. Diagnosis and treatment of a case of chronic localized mucocutaneous candidiasis. Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, and Oral Pathology 31(4): 486-492

Monilial infection of the urinary bladder. Urol. int, 23: 5, 428-435

Monilial peritonitis. Report of a case and review of the literature. Arch Intern Med 117(3): 405-408

Monilial scald of apples. Zasc. Rast. Vred. Bolez. 10: 3, 36-7

Monilial scald of quinces. Sado- vodstvo, 3, 21 p

Monilial vulvovaginitis following the pill. Mount Sinai J. Med, 37: 6, 699-701

Moniliasis--an internal disease? Three cases of idiopathic hypoparathyroidism with moniliasis, steatorrhea, primary amenorrhea and pernicious anemia. Acta Medica Scandinavica 179(2): 157-166

Moniliformis dubius and Macracanthorhynchus hirudinaceus: Na, K, Ca, and Mg content, and Na and K active transport. Experimental Parasitology 27(1): 33-43

Moniliformis dubius: osmotic responses. Experimental Parasitology 27(1): 44-52

Monilinia and Rhizopus decay control during controlled ripening of freestone Peaches for canning. J Food Sci. 36: 331-334

Moniliosis of Apple in the Far East. Zashch. Rast., Moskva, 9: 3, 17

Moniliosis of fruit crops. Zashch. Rast., Mosk, 17: 4, 20-21

Moniliosis of melanocarpous Mountain Ash. Zashch. Rast., Moskva. 9: 12, 33-34

Monima incerta-a new pest on Poplars. Sum. List. 90: 9/10, 411-5

Monitoring 2,4-D in soil. Proc. 21st sth. Weed Conf, 332-4

Monitoring cleanliness in muk processing systems. Agric.Res. Wash, 20: 5, 11

Monitoring cotton plant stem radius as an indication of water stress. Agron. J, 61: 6, 891-3. Bibl. 4

Monitoring ecological conditions associated with wide scale applications of DMA 2,4-D to aquatic environments. Pesticides Monitoring Journal, 4: 4, 184-203. Bibl. 12

Monitoring flock health by remote control. Poult. Dig, 28: 334-337

Monitoring for chlorinated hydrocarbon insecticide residues in soybeans-1966. Pestic. Monit. J, Atlanta, Ga, 2: 1, 58-67

Monitoring for chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticides in soil and root crops in the Eastern States in 1965. Pestic Monit J 1(3): 22-25

Monitoring for insecticide resistance in root flies. Proceedings of the Fifth British Insecticide and Fungicide Conference, 17th to 20th the Hotel Metropole, Brighton, England, London, Br. Crop Prot. Coun., 1: 89-92

Monitoring for resistance of fruit tree red spider mite (Panonychus ulmi) to acaricides. Proc. 5th Brit. Insectic. Fungic. Conf, 104-10. bibl. 15

Monitoring milk plant waste effluent. A new tool for plant management. J. Milk Fd Technol, 32: 6, 197-202

Monitoring moisture on plant parts susceptible to disease. Plant Dis Reporter 49(3): 193-197

Monitoring parasite activity and disease in the Rocky Mountain bighorn by electrophoresis of seromucoids. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 6(2): 104-106

Monitoring pesticides in soils from areas of regular, limited and no pesticide use. Pestic. Monit. J, 4: 145-166

Monitoring poultry vaccines for biocon-tamination with lymphoid leukosis virus. Avian Dis, 15: 150-157

Monitoring program shows minimal pesticide build-up. Crops Soils, 22: 1, 30

Monitoring the effects of the 1963-64 Japanese beetle control program on soil, water and silt in the Battle Creek area of Michigan. Pestic. Monit. J, 1: 4, 30-33

Monitoring the moisture content of lumber, during drying, by the shrinkage of the kiln charge. Derev. Prom, 18: 9, 2-4

Monitoring the quality of glue joints by the ultrasonic shadow method. Derev. Prom, 19: 12, 18-9

Monitoring the radioactivity of animals and animal products. Beih. Zentbl. VetMed, 11: 88-94

Monkey pox. I. Clinical, virologie and immunologie studies. Am. J. Epidem, 87: 551-566

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Monkeypox: experimental infection in chimpanzee (Pan satyrus) and immunization with vaccinia virus. American Journal of Veterinary Research 29(8): 1675-1680

Monkeys as a cause of fruit loss in oil palm. Planter, Kuala Lumpur, 47: 98. bibl. 2

Monkeys as laboratory animals. Svensk VetTidn, 23: 234-238

Monks Wood Experimental Station Report for 1960-1965. Monks Wood Experimental Station Report for,. Nature Conservancy,London, UK: 1966. 93. Price: 8s. 6d,

Mono- and dihybrid heterosis for fattening quality of young stock. Nauchnye osnovy razvitiya zhivotnovodstva v BSSR. Mezhved. Sb, Minsk: Urozhai., 1, 52-55

Mono- and disaccharide content, osmotic value and N/P ratio of oats and tomatoes under phosphorus deficiency. Z. PflErnahr. Bodenk, 121: 3, 245-56. Bibl. 10

Mono- and polyenoic acid distribution in plasma nonesterified fatty acids in Kwashiorkor. Lipids 6(3): 208-210

Mono- and sesqui-terpenes of the essential oils from Artemisia japonica Thunb. and Artemisia apiacea Hance. Flavour Ind, 1: 328-30. bibl. 4

Mono-cultivation based on five-foot ridges. Wld Crops. 17: 1, 51-5. bibl. 4

Monodehydroascorbic acid-transhydrogenase activity and coenzyme concentrations in tissues of ascorbic acid-deficient and control guinea pigs. Journal of Nutrition 97(3): 295-302

Mono-factorial multiploid sporocytes condition induced by EMS in pearl millet. Genetica, 42: 214-18

Mono-genea and Digenea of fish in the Northern Yenisey river region. Collected papers on the helminth fauna of fish and birds. Moscow: Izdat. Akad. Nauk SSSR, 105-118

Mono-somic analysis of fatuoids in cultivated oat Avena sativa. Canad. J. Genet. Cyt, 12: 1, 32-35

Monoamine oxidase activities in tissues of thiamine-deficient rats. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology 21(4): 237-240

Monoamine oxidase activity and norepinephrine content of organs from rats fed on a vitamin B2-deficient diet. Archives Internationales de Pharmacodynamie et de Therapie 190(2): 393-401

Monoamine oxidase activity of Schistosoma mansoni. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 24(2): 403-416

Monoamine oxidase in ovine plasma of normal and low copper content. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 24(4): 537-540

Monoamine-Oxidase Inhibitor Reactions Simulating Phenochromocytoma Attacks. Annals of Internal Medicine 61: 924-927

Monobothrioides woodlandi sp.nov. (Cestoidea: Caryophyllidea) from Ciarias mellandi Boulenger (Cypriniformes: Clariidae) in Zambia, Africa. Proc. helminth. Soc, Wash, 34: 2, 125-128

Monobothrium ulmeri n.sp. (Cestoda: Carypphyllaeidae) from North American Catostomidae. Trans. Am. microsc. Soc, 85: 4, 516-520

Monocarbonyl compounds in Dutch-type and Rossiiskii cheeses. Prikl. Biokhim. Mikrobiol, 4: 2, 162-66

Monocarpic beet seed. Z. Acker-u. PflBau, 125: 130-44

Monocereal diets enriched with lysine, threonine, tryptophan and methionine for fattening pigs. Biol. Chem. Vyz. Zvirat. 4: 433-440

Monochaetia canker of Arizona Cypress and Red Cedar in South Carolina. Pl. Dis. Reptr. 55: 9, 810-813

Monochaetia canker on Arizona Cypress in Georgia and South Carolina. Plant Dis. Reptr, 50: 7, 482-3

Monoclonal gamma-globulins in ferrets with lymphoproliferative lesions. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 123(2): 510-513

Monoculture and weather conditions for successful maize growing. Arh. poljopr. Nauke, 20: 69, 3-12. Bibl. 7

Monocytic leukemia in cattle. I. Cytological observations of two cases. Nihon Juigaku Zasshi. Japanese Journal of Veterinary Science 29(3): 141-150

Monodeithrium, a new genus of Monogenea from an Amazon River teleost. Riv. Parassit, 27: 4, 221-226

Monodhelmis elongatus, a new trematode from Erethistes elongata of Karachi coast. Pakist. J. Zool, 2: 1, 43-45

Monodiet feeding of dairy cows using urea. Biol. Chem. Vyz. Zvirat. 6: 377-395

Monodontus louisianensis sp.n. (Nematoda : Ancylostomatidae) a hookworm from the white-tailed deer, Odocoileus virginianus (Zimmermann), and a key to the species of Monodontus. J. Parasit, 51: 6, 942-944

Monoecocestus giganticus sp.n. (Cestoda: Anoplocephalidae) from the porcupine Erethizon dorsatum L. (Rodentia). Proc. helminth. Soc. Wash, 37: 2, 243-245

Monofactorial inheritance of autogeny in Aedes atropalpus. Mosquito News, 29: 1, 14-22

Monofactorial inheritance of susceptibility to Plasmodium Gallinaceum in Aedes aegypti. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 63(4): 419-432

Monogalactosyl diglyceride: a new neurolipid. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 144(1): 118-126

Monogamous mating of Chinese hamsters. Rep. Argonne natn. Lab. biol. med. Res. Div, 62-63

Monogamous reactions in laboratory-mated bobwhite quail (Colinus virginianus). Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology 62(1): 160-162

Monogenea (van Beneden, 1858) Carus, 1863 de peces marinos del litoral mexicano del Golfo de Mexico y del Mar Caribe. II. Revta Biol. trop, 13: 1, 101-121

Monogenea (van Beneden, 1858) Carus, 1863, de peces marinos del litoral mexicano del Golfo de Mexico y del Mar Caribe. III. An. Inst. Biol. Univ. Mex. Ser. Zool. 38: 1, 27-34

Monogenea de peces marinos del Uruguay, I. Comun. zool. Mus. Hist. nat. Montev, 9: 119, 1-9

Monogenea from Red Sea fishes. I. Monogenea of fish of the genus Siganus. Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington. 39: 1, 33-39

Monogenea from Red Sea fishes. II. Monogenea of Mullidae. Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington. 39: 1, 39-45

Monogenea of Pakistan fishes. I. Ancylodiscoides mystusi, new species, and A. aori, newspecies, from the gills of Mystus aor (Ham.). Pakist. J. Zool, 3: 1, 87-92

Monogenea of some fish from Walvis Bay (south-western Africa). Gidrobiol. Zh, 5: 6, 70-81

Monogenea of the subfamily Heteronchocleidinae, Price, 1968 (Dactylogyridae) from African freshwater fish. Parasitology. 59: 3, 557-561

Monogenea, Hexabothriidae. Vie Milieu. 17: 3, 1201-1216

Monogenean parasites of Costa Rican fishes. II. Proposal of Palombitrema heteroancistrium n.gen., n.sp. Proc. helminth. Soc, Wash., 35: 1, 54-57

Monogenean parasites of Costa Rican fishes. Part I. Descriptions of two new species of Cleidodiscus Mueller, 1934. Riv. Parassit, 28: 2, 81-86

Monogenean parasites of Hypentelium nigricans with description of a new species. J. Parasit, 55: 4, 737-739

Monogeneans of commercial fish in the Pacific basin. Family Heteraxinidae Price, 1962. Helminths of animals of the Pacific Ocean, Moscow: Izdat. "Nauka"., 38-45

Monogeneans of fish of the New Zealand-Australian shelf in the South China Sea (Monogenoidea: Gastrocotylidae, Gastrocotylinae). Helminths of animals of the Pacific Ocean, Moscow: Izdat. "Nauka"., 46-55

Monogeneans of the genus Osphyobothrus Yamaguti, 1958 (Monogenoidea, Diclidophoridae). Parazitologiya, 4: 4, 305-311; 311 p

Monogeneos de peces, III. Polymicrocotyle manteri gen,nov., sp.nov. (Microcotylinae), parasito de peces de la costa del Pacifico de Mexico. Bull. mar. Sci, 17: 4, 935-948

Monogeneos de peces. I. Descripcion de Pseudochauhanea mexicana n.sp. (Gastrocotylidae) parasito de Sphyraena ensis Jordan & Evermann. An. Inst. Biol. Univ. Mex, 37: 1/2, 129-133

Monogeneos de peces. II. Reporte de tres especies de Monogenea parasitas de las branquias de Caranx hippos del Pacifico mexicano y redescripcion de Zeuxapta seriolae (Meserve, 1938) Price, 1962. Revta Biol. trop, 16: 2, 153-169

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Monogeneos de peces. VII. Mexicotrema bychowskyi gen. et. sp.n. (Monogenea: Ancyro-cephalinae), parasito de las branquias de Centro-pomus nigriscens, de la Laguna de Chila Oaxaca, Mexico. Parazit. Sb, 24: 146-155

Monogenetic trema-todes collected from fresh water fish in Ghana. Second report. Bamidgeh. 20: 2, 88-99

Monogenetic trematcdes from the Southern Pacific Ocean. Part III. Diplasiocotyle johnstoni Sandars, 1944 from New Zealand and Australia, with a description of a new family. Proc. helminth. Soc, Wash., 32: 2, 220-224

Monogenetic trematodes (Dactylogyridae) from fish in Uganda. Revue Zool. Bot. afr, 78: 3/4, 284-294

Monogenetic trematodes collected from cichlid fish in Uganda; including the description of five new species of Cichlidogyrus. Revue Zool. Bot. afr, 79: 1/2, 15-33

Monogenetic trematodes from Costa Rica with the proposal of Anacanthocotyle gen. n. (Gyrodactylidae: Isancistrinae). Proc. helminth. Soc. Wash, 37: 1, 63-68

Monogenetic trematodes from Newfoundland, Canada. 2. New species of the genus Gyrodactylus Nordmann, 1832 from Labrador cottids. Can. J. Zool, 48: 5, 915-918

Monogenetic trematodes from Newfoundland, Canada. I. New species of the genus Gyrodactylus Nordmann, 1832. Can. J. Zool, 47: 5, 951-955

Monogenetic trematodes from certain fishes in Walvis Bay (Southwest Africa). Hydrobiological Journal. 5: 6, 56-65

Monogenetic trematodes from fish in the Amur basin. Parazit. Sb, 25: 41-76

Monogenetic trematodes from some Chesapeake Bay fishes. Part II. The superfamily Diclidophoroidea. Chesapeake Sci, 5: 3, 124-133

Monogenetic trematodes from the Bay of Quinte area, Ontario. II. Genus Gyrodactylus Nordmarui, 1832. Can. J. Zool, 49: 10, 1331-1341

Monogenetic trematodes from the southern Pacific Ocean. 1. Monopisthocotyleids from New Zealand fishes. Antarctic Res. Ser, 5: 229-249

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Monogenetic trematodes from the southern Pacific Ocean. Part V. Monopisthocotyleids from Australian fishes, the subfamily Trochopodinae. Proc. biol. Soc, Wash., 81: 367-402

Monogenetic trematodes of Hawaiian fishes. Monogenetic trematodes of Hawaiian fishes 287p Illus

Monogenetic trematodes of cyprinodont fishes in the Near East. Zoologischer Anzeiger. 188: 1/2, 114-116

Monogenetic trematodes of fish from the Kamchatka peninsula. Parazitologiya. 1: 2, 137-143

Monogenetic trematodes of some Alabama freshwater fishes with descriptions of four new species and redescriptions of two species. Proc. helminth. Soc. Wash, 37: 1, 17-23

Monogenetic trematodes of the family Tetraonchoididae Bikhovski, 1951. Trudy zool. Inst, Leningr., 35: 140-166

Monogenetic trematodes of the fish of the Volta basin and south Ghana. Bull. Inst. fr. Afr. noire, 31: 3, 840-880

Monogenetic trematodes of the genus Diplozoon of fish in the Soviet Union. All-Union Conference (7th) on the natural focal occurrence of diseases and general problems in animal parasitology, Alma-Ata, Ichthyo-parasitology, 1969. 36-38

Monogenic Wheat lines for the differentiation of P. recondita races. An. Estac. Exp. Aula Dei, 9: 2-4, 235-244

Monogenic alteration of seed protein content and protein pattern in X-ray-induced Pisum mutants. Improving plant protein by nuclear techniques. Proceedings of a symposium, Vienna, 8-12 June Jointly organized by the IAEA and FAO, 1970. 201-15

Monogenic immunity to downy mildew in the sunflower. Probleme Agricole, 22: 2, 34-40

Monogenic recessive male sterility in oil rape (Brassica napus L.) induced by gamma-irradiation. Z. Pflanzenz, 64: 242-47

Monogenic wheat lines in the differentiation of P. recondita Rob. ex Desm. An. Estac. exp. Aula Dei, 9: 235-44

Monogenoidea der Fische des Flusses Hron (Gran). Helminthologia. 6: 1/4, 29-48

Monogenoidea from Cyprinus carpio haematop-terus and Carassius auratus gibelio (Cyprinidae) from Mongolia. Folia parasit, Praha., 16: 3, 201-206

Monogenoidea from fishes of the genus Noemacheilus (Cobitidae) from Mongolia. Folia parasit., Praha, 17: 4, 285-291

Monogenoidea from fishes of the genus Oreoleuciscus (Cyprinidae) from Mongolia. Folia parasit., Praha, 17: 1, 1-11

Monogenoidea from the genus Phoxinus (Cyprinidae) from Mongolia. Folia parasit, Praha, 14: 4, 321-333

Monogenoidea in Cobitis taenia sibirica from Mongolia. Folia parasit, Praha, 15: 4, 317-321

Monogerm beet seed. Postepy Nauk Roln, 15: 4, 71-79

Monogerm beets found in the Danish variety Hvid <O>tofte. Ugeskr. Landm, 25, 4

Monogerm seed, herbicides and mechanical thinning. Br. Sugar Beet Rev, 34: 3, 131-6

Monogerm sugar beets, their genetics, breeding and importance in sugar-beet cultivation. Zuchter. 34: 45-51

Monogerm sugar-beet seed production experiments. Journal of Agricultural Science, UK, 78: 3, 497-503

Monogerm triploid hybrids. Sahar. Svekla (Sug. Beet). 2, 24-25

Monoglyceride hydrolase in adipose tissue of obese hyperglycemic mice. Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental 20(10): 903-909

Monograph No. 5. Strobilomycetaceae (Basldiomycetes). Monograph No. 5. Strobilomycetaceae (Basldiomycetes), Hafner Publishing Co. New York, London, 34

Monograph of the African species of the genus Helopeltis with an analysis of the problems relative to the genital structures. Annls Mus. r. Afr. cent, 168, 2+] 247. 22 1/2 pp

Monograph of the genus Curculio in the New World (Coleo-ptera : Curculionidae). Part L United States and Canada. Misc. Publ. ent. Soc. Am, 6: 5, 241-285. 1 0.5 pp

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Monograph of the local pig in Guadeloupe. Bull. tech. Inf, 251, 435-446

Monograph on Atuco settlement scheme. Reordenamento. Luanda, 1-30

Monograph on Carpinus L. in China. Chih-wu-fen-lei-hsiao Pao (J. Pl. Taxon.)/Acta phytotaxon. sin, 9: 281-98

Monograph on Cedar. Document, Station de Recherches Forestieres d'Avignon, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Avignon. 5, 33

Monograph on the principal varieties of peach. Monographie des principales varietes de pechers, 275. Price: 48 Fr,

Monograph on vegetable growing. Monograph on vegetable growing, Yokendo Press, Tokyo, 530

Monograph on yeasts. Diagnosis, diseases, and treatment. Vet. med. J., Giza. 16: 17, 255-316

Monographic revision of the genus Tamarix. Monographic revision of the genus Tamarix, Department of Botany, Hebrew University,Jerusalem, Israel: 193. 7 pp

Monographic studies on South American basidiomycetes, especially those of the East Slope of the Andes and Brazil. 2. The genus Marasmius in South America. Sydowia, 18: 1-6, 106-358

Monographs in allergy. 4. Hypersensitivity diseases of the lungs due to fungi and organic dusts. Monographs in allergy. 4. Hypersensitivity diseases of the lungs due to fungi and organic dusts, Basel & New York, S. Karger, vii+147

Monographs on farms: horticulture in Puglia. Monografie di aziende agrarie: Azienda Orticola Pugliese, Bari : INEA, Osservatorio di Economia Agraria per la Puglia e la Lucania., 34

Monohybrid inheritance of cytoplasmic-genic pollen sterility in B. vulgaris L. Z. Pflanzenz, 60: 219-34

Monolinuron pre-emergence in cereals. Gesunde Pfl, 19: 8, 154-6

Monolith lysinieters-construction, features and preliminary hydrologica! results. Trans. 9th int. Congr. Soil Sci, 3: 599-607

Monomycin and mycerin (neomycin) therapy for piglet paratyphoid. Veterinariya, Moscow., 42: 11, 41-42

Monona, a new Potato variety. Am. Potato J, 41: 11, 382

Mononchidae (Nematoda) of Southern Africa. S. Afr. J. agric. Sci, 11: 2, 403-414

Mononchoides changi n.sp. and M. bollingeri n.sp. (Nematoda: Dip-logasterinae), from a waste treatment plant. Nematologica. 14: 1, 25-36

Mononchoides fortidens n.comb. and the transfer of Mononchoides obscuridens to the genus Diplogaster. Nematologica. 12: 2, 345

Mononuclear phagocytes. Mononuclear phagocytes, Oxford (& Edinburgh) Black-well Scientific Publications, 654. Price: 6.50

Monophlebus hellenicus (= Marchalina hellenica) Genre., the bee-feeding pine insect. Dasika Hron, Athens., 81-82, 16

Monoploid method of breeding in maize - a review. Agriculture, Pakistan, 19: 1, 61-67

Monoploid peaches, Prunus persica Batch. description and meiotic analysis. HortScience, 5: 4,

Monoploid peaches, Prunus persica Batch: description and meiotic analysis. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, 96: 3, 326-330

Monoploids and diploids of maize: a comparison of genotypic equivalents. Amer. J. Bot, 51: 928-33

Monoploids and mono-ploid-derivatives of maize (Zea mays L.). Bot. Rev, 35: 117-67

Monopolies Commission: supply of infant milk foods. Pharm. J, 198: 5390, 177-80

Monopolies-the problem of demonopolization for agricultural products. Ekon. Zemed., Praha, 8: 5, 131-3

Monopolistic cocoa pricing. Am. J. agric. Econ, Urbana, Ill., 50: 3, 702

Monopolistic enterprises and peasantry in the Federal Republic of Germany. Monopolistic enterprises and peasantry in the Federal Republic of Germany, Moskva: Mysl'., 200. Price: Rbl. 0

Monopolistic rent determination in underdeveloped areas. Revue Sci. econ., Liege, 44: 159, 155-65

Monopolistic rent determination in underdeveloped rural areas. Kyklos, 19: 1, 106-18

Monopoly profit as a determinant of interest rates in underdeveloped areas. Oxford econ. Papers, Oxford, 3, 431-7

Monopoly profit as a determinant of interest rates in underdeveloped rural areas. Oxf. econ. Pap, Oxford, 16: 3, 431-7

Monopoly purchase of jowar. Part I. Maharashtra co-op. Q, Bombay., 48: 4, 227-9

Monorave and Solorave. Genetically monogerm sugar-beet varieties. Van der Have ZaaizNieuws. 8: 8, 2

Monorchiidae (Trematoda) From Fishes Of Apalachee Bay, Gulf Of Mexico. Journal of Parasitology 51: 16-20

Monorcholepis sobolevi n.sp. (Hymenolepididae) and Similuncinus leonovi n.sp. (Choanotaenidae) from birds on islands of the Bering Sea. Soobshch. dal'nevost. Fil. V. L. Komarova sib. Otdel. Akad. Nauk SSSR, 26, 126-131

Monosaccharide and chitin content of cell walls of Histoplasma capsulaban and Blastomyces dermatitidis. J. Bact, 107: 3, 870-877

Monosaccharide inhibition of human intestinal lactase. Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 78(2): 265-274

Monosaccharide intolerance and hypoglycemia in infants with diarrhea. 1. Clinical course of 23 infants. J. Pediat, 77: 595-603

Monosaccharide intolerance and hypoglycemia in infants with diarrhea. 2. Metabolic studies in 23 infants. J. Pediat, 77: 604-612

Monosaccharide malabsorption in young infants. Lancet 1(7448): 1177-1180

Monosodium L-glutamate: its pharmacology and role in the Chinese restaurant syndrome. Science 163(3869): 826-828

Monosodium glutamate in chicks. Poultry Science 50(5): 1501-1502

Monosodium glutamate: absence of hypothalamic lesions after ingestion by newborn primates. Science 172(3990): 1342-1344

Monosodium glutamate: feeding of large amounts in man and gerbils. Science 169(3951): 1208-1209

Monosomic analyses of some marker loci in cotton. Abstracts of the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Agronomy held at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, on August 21-26 1966. 16

Monosomic analyses of temperature sensitive dwarfism in common wheat. CAN J GENET CYTOL X(l): 125-130

Monosomic analysis for bunt resistance in derivatives of Turkey and Oro wheats . Crop Sci, 9: 286-88

Monosomic analysis for soilborne mosaic virus resistance of Shawnee and resistance of Parker to races 9 and 15 of leaf rust. Diss. Abst, 29: 3163B p

Monosomic analysis in oats. Senshokutai (Chromosome)/Kromosomo. 75, 2429-32

Monosomic analysis in wheat. Heredity 22(4): 591-596

Monosomic analysis of Avena byzantina C. Koch var. Kanota. Z. Pflanzenz, 63: 1, 41-55

Monosomic analysis of Triticum spelta var. duhamelianum, a fertility- restorer for T. timopheevi cytoplasm. Idengaku Zasshi/Jap. J. Genet, 44: 1, 1-9

Monosomic analysis of a fertility-restoring gene in Triticum spelta var. duhamelianum. Wheat Inform. Serv, Kyoto., 28, 5-7

Monosomic analysis of adult plant resistance to black rust in the wheat variety Taqui-53. Wheat Inform. Serv. Kyoto, 21, 19-21

Monosomic analysis of fertility restoration in three restorer lines of wheat. Canad. J. Genet. Cyt, 11: 531-46

Monosomic analysis of fertility restoration in three restorer lines of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Agron. Abst. Madison, 23 p

Monosomic analysis of fertility-resto ration in common wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Crop Sci, 7: 493-95

Monosomic analysis of fertility-restoration in common wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Abstracts of the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Agronomy held at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, on August 21-26, 14

Monosomic analysis of fertility-restoring genes in Triticum aestivum strain P168. Canadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology, 13: 1, 14 14 ref

Monosomic analysis of genes for resistance in Wheat to leaf rust among the eight leaf rust differential varieties. Diss. Abstr, 24: 9, 3510-3511

Monosomic analysis of growth habit in autumnization process. Genet. agr. Pavia, 23: 43-47

Monosomic analysis of leaf rust resistance to races 9 and 15 in Parker wheat. J. Hered, 6: 341-43

Monosomic analysis of male fertility restoration in R2-Sonora 64 and Primepi. Agronomy Abstracts. 4-5

Monosomic analysis of red seed color in wheat. Crop Sci 5(5): 474-475

Monosomic analysis of some morphological characters of Heines Koga II. Zeit-schrift fur Pflanzenzuchtung, 65: 2, 100-120

Monosomic analysis of the corroded characteristic in wheat. Canadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology, 13: 2, 227-230

Monosomic analysis of the resistance to black rust (P. g. f.sp. tritici race 21) of the soft Wheat variety Kenya Farmer. Annls Amel. Pl, 15: 4, 351-357

Monosomic analysis of the resistance to black stem rust (P. graminis tritici var. race 21) of the soft wheat variety Kenya Farmer. Ann. Amelior. Pl, 15: 351-57

Monosomic and conventional genetic analyses of semi-dwarfism and grass-clump dwarfism in common wheat. (Cereals improvement: hybrid varieties and aspects of culm shortening.). Euphytica, 17: Suppl. 1, 153-70

Monosomics in maize induced by X-irradiation of the pollen. Cytologia 31(2): 172-175

Monosomics of Avena byzantina C. Koch. I. Karyotype and chromosome pairing studies. Canad. J. Genet. Cyt, 9: 87-96

Monosomics of Kanota oats. Canad. J. Genet. Cyt, 10: 601-12

Monosomics: a tool for wheat quality inheritance studies. Cereal Sci. Today. 10: 141 p

Monospore analysis of freshly isolated cultures of V. dahliae. Fiziologiya immuniteta rastenii, Moskva, Akad. Nauk SSSR, Izdat. 'Nauka.', 142-144

Monoterpene composition in Larix. Silv. Genet, 17: 182-86

Monoterpene composition of Pine species and hybrids. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Pacif. Sthwest. For. Range Exp. Sta, PSW-135, 14

Monoterpene concentration in douglas-fir in relation to geographic location and resistance to attack by the douglas-fir beetle. 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. 23-28

Monoterpenes of some Artemisia and Tanacetum species grown in England. Planta Medica 20(2): 147-152

Monoterpenes, fatty and resin acids of Pinus contorta and Pinus attenuata. Phytochemistry, 8: 2401-03

Monoterpenes, fatty and resin acids of Pinus edulis and Pinus albicaulis. Phytochemistry, Oxf, 8: 10, 1999-2001

Monoterpenes, fatty and resin acids of Pinus lambertiana and Pinus monticola. Phyto-chemistry. 8: 869-72

Monoterpenes, fatty and resin acids of Pinus ponderosa and Pinus jeffreyi. Phytochemistry, Oxf, 8: 5, 873-5

Monoterpenes: Relationship between structure and inhibition of germination. Phytochemistry, 7: 1995-7. bibl. 3

Monoterpenoids of Coniferales. Bull. In. Ass. Wood Anatomists. 1, 3-12

Monotestilepis tadornae n.g., n.sp. (Hymenolepididae), a new cestode of Tadorna tadorna. Trudy Instituta Zoologii, Alma-Ata. 31: 47-50

Monovalent antigens for the salmonellosis ring test on cow's milk. Trudy vses. Inst. vet.Sanit, 32: 181-187

Monovalent cations and growth regulation. I. Growth responses in cucumber hypocotyl segments. Plant Physiology 41(2): 230-233

Monovalent live-virus horse-sickness vaccine. Bulletin - Office International des Epizooties 64: 683-695

Monovalent-ion carrier effects on transport of Rb86 and Cs137 into bush bean plants. Pl. Soil. 32: 2, 526-30. Bibl. 10

Monovalention carrier effects on transport of 88Rb and 137Cs into bush bean plants. Pl. Soil, 32: 526-530

Monovitella cyclointestina n.g., n.sp. and some remarks on the taxonomy of the family Halipegidae. Zool. Zh, 49: 10, 1465-1470

Monoxenic culturing of Dolichodorus heterocephalus on corn root callus. Nematologica. 13: 3, 478

Monozygotic twins in domestic rabbits. Dtsch. tierartzl. Wschr, 71: 644-645

Monroe Bean as a local lesion host for Bean common mosaic virus. Phytopathology. 62: 4, 489-490

Monsoon Asia: population and rice. The next 30 years. SPAN., London. 10: 3, 138-41

Monstrosities in bulb crops. Weekbl. BloembollCult, 79: 492-3. bibl. 26

Montana farm adjustments and their economic effects on farm income 1954-1967. Bull. Mont. Agric. Exp. Stn, Bozeman, Mont, 629, 23

Montanans in homes for ageing: numbers and problems. Bull. Mont. agric. Exp. Stn, Bozeman, Mont, 591, 39

Montane steppe associations on the northern side of the Trascaului mountains. Contribtii Botanice, Gradina Botanica, Universitatea "Babes-Bolyai" din Cluj. 167-181

Montane-alpine vegetation near Lake Shirley, Fiordland. New Zealand Journal of Botany. 9: 1, 3-26

Montane-forest and montane-meadow soils of the Tien-Shan and Pamiro-Alai mountains. Gorno-lesnye i gorno-lugovye pochvy Tyan'-Shanya i Pamiro-Alaya, Izdatel'stvo Ilim,Frunze, USSR: 223. 7 pp

Montchadskyella intestinale n.g., n.sp., a new member of endo-parasitic monogeneans. Parazitologiya, 4: 5, 451-457; 457 p

Monte Carlo and simulation planning techniques. Fm Mgmt Q., Aberdeen. 16: 8-30

Monte Carlo planning. Publikatie. Afdeling voor Agrarische Bedrijfseconomie, Landbouwhogeschool. Wageningen, 3, 1-36

Monte Carlo simulation of management systems. Can. J. agric. Econ., Ottawa, 17: 1, 42-9

Monte Carlo simulation-a new approach to farm planning. NAAS q. Rev, London, 83: 115-22

Monte Carlo studies of selection and inbreeding in swine. I. Genetic and phenotypic trends. Journal of Animal Science 29(5): 678-686

Monte Carlo studies of selection and inbreeding in swine. II. Inbreeding coefficients. J. Anim. Scl, 30: 681-689

Monte Carlo studies of selection and inbreeding in swine. III. Gene frequency. J. Anim. Sci, 31: 828-836

Monte Carlo studies of selection and inbreeding in swine. IV. Selection response. J. Anim. Sci, 34: 726-736

Monte Carlo studies on the relationship between the system of reproduction and inbreeding. Rep. natn. Inst, Genet, Misima, 21, 112-115

Monte Carlo study of sampling distributions for farm business characteristics. Diss Abstr. Ann Arbor. Mich, 26: 2, 753. Price: Microfilm $3.00,

Montezuma oat variety produces high test weight, and good yields. Calif. Agric, 23: 2, 6-7

Montgomery red clover seed production in N.Z. 1. Effect of seed rates of red clover, perennial and short rotation ryegrass on yield of red clover. N.Z. Agric. Sci, 3: 1, 14-16. Bibl. 3

Montgomery red clover seed production in N.Z. 2. Effect of lime and fertiliser on yield of red clover. N.Z. Agric. Sci, 3: 2, 55-7. Bibl. 4

Montgomery red clover seed production in N.Z. 3. Effect of time of closing, seed mixture, spraying and intensity of grazing on yield of red clover. N.Z. Agric. Sci, 3: 3, 89-92. Bibl. 1

Monthly Bulletin of Agricultural Economics and Statistics. Monthly Bulletin of Agricultural Economics and Statistics, 14: 11, 48

Monthly Bulletin of Agricultural Economics and Statistics. Monthly Bulletin of Agricultural Economics and Statistics, 15: 6,

Monthly and seasonal variation in sexual activity of male Damascus goats. Indian J. Anim. Sci, 41: 562-569

Monthly changes of pathogenic races of Pyricularia oryzae in a blast nursery. Phytopathology. 60: 8, 1266-1269

Monthly economic bulletin, compiled by the Economic and Marketing Division, October 1964. Monthly economic bulletin, compiled by the Economic and Marketing Division, October, Min. Agric., Zambia., ii + 38

Monthly farm-level demand for slaughter cattle. Res. Prog. Rep. Ind. Agric. Exp. Stn, Purdue Univ, Lafayette, Ind., 338, 13

Monthly fire behavior patterns. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Pacif. Sthwest. For. Range Exp. Sta, PSW-112, 15

Monthly pattern of the average speed in trotters of different ages during a year. Kiserl. Kozl. Allatten, 61/B: 1/3, 31-50

Monthly price-quantity relations for broilers at the farm level. J. Farm Econ. (Menasha, Wisc.). Nov. 46: 4, 849-856

Monthly retail demand for bread. Agric. Econ. Res., Washington, D.C, 23: 3, 59-62

Monthly variation in DHIA test day milk fat production. J. Dairy Sci, 48: 6, 826

Monthly variation in the chemical composition of desert saltbush. Journal of Range Management. 24: 1, 37-40

Monthly variations in available P2O5 and S and in exchangeable K2O in the soil. Agrochimica, 12: 78-88

Monthly variations in photosynthetic rate of Jack Pine provenances in relation to their height. Canad. J. For. Res, 1: 4, 256-61

Monthly variations in the content of growth substances and inhibitors in cuttings, leaf buds and leaves of the Chestnut (Castanea sativa Mill.). An. Edafol. Agrobiol, 29: 9/10, 625-30

Monthly variations in the incidence of the developmental forms of T. infestans and P. megistus in the district of Bambui, State of Minas Gerais (2nd note: 1951-1964). Mem. Inst. Oswaldo Cruz. 66: 2, 209-226

Monthly variations of beef cattle prices in Florida. Bull. Flu Agric. Exp. Stn, Inst. Fd Agric. Sci., Gainesville, Fla. 732, 39

Montmorillonite clay in feed lot rations. Journal of Animal Science. 33: 4, 891-894

Montmorillonite equilibria and the weathering environment. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings. 35: 5, 815-820

Montmorillonite of alkaline weathering of vertisols in tropical settings. Bull. Serv. Carte geol. Als. Lorr, 20: 293-306

Montmorillonite-s-tria/ine interactions. Israel Chem, 6: 3, 315-23

Montserrat. Soil Ld-Use Surv. br. Caribb, 22, 4-31

Monuron and other herbicides in irrigated pineapples. Revista Agropecuaria, Universidad Central, Santa Clara, Cuba, 2, 15-25. Bibl. 7

Monuron degradation and recovery of monuron-inhibited photosynthetic activity. Abstr. Meet. Weed Soc. Am, 60-1

Monuron-14C metabolism in excised cotton leaves: isolation and identification of N-hydroxymethyl- beta -D-glucoside conjugates. Abstracts of Papers 162nd National Meeting American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C. 12-17, 1971: PEST 16

Mood change in weed control. Shropshire Journal, January 22. 19

Mood loss in turkeys through Svngamus trachea infection. Z. ParasitKde. Tierarztliche Hochschule, Hannover, 33: 225-234

Moor burning. NATURE CONSERVANCY. Report for the year ended 30 September, London: HMSO., 69

Moor burning in Scotland. Proc. 6th a. Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conf, 28-39. Bibl. 30

Moose (Alces alces) milk. Gross composition, fatty acid, and mineral constitution. Canadian Journal of Zoology 48(2): 213-215

Moose and cattle food habits in southwest Montana. J. Wildlife Mgmt, 34: 3, 559-64

Moose and deer behaviour in snow in Fundy National Park, New Brunswick. Rep. Ser. Can. Wildl. Serv, 15, 25

Moose damage to Balsam Fir-White Birch forests in central Newfoundland. J. Wildlife Mgmt, 32: 4, 729-46

Moose sickness, a neurological disease of moose infected with the common cervine parasite, Elaphostrongylus tenuis. Canadian Veterinary Journal 8(8): 173-177

Mop top virus. Agriculture North. Ire. 45: 2, 5

Moran, a rust-resistant, high-quality hard red spring wheat for eastern Idaho. Bulletin, Idaho Agricultural Experiment Station. 498, 3

Morantel tartrate as an anthelmintic for horses. N. Z. vet. J, 18: 9, 202

Morantel [corrected] tartrate as an anthelmintic in horses. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 17(9): 184-184

Morantel tartrate in the treatment of sub-clinical gastrointestinal parasitism of cattle. Revta Med. vet, B. Aires, 51: 305-312

Moranyl in the treatment of onchocerciasis. Conference technique de l'O.C.C.G.E. (8th), Bamako, 1968. 1968. 1: 240-245

Morasia n.gen. and three new species of Dorylaimoides Thome and Swanger, 1936 (Nematoda : Dorylaimoidea) from India. Nematologica. 15: 3, 408-424

Moraxella bovis isolated from cattle with infectious keratoconjunctivitis. Acta Pathologica et Microbiologica Scandinavica. Section B: Microbiology and Immunology 78(4): 429-434

Moraxella bovis. Microbiological aspects. Arqs Inst. biol, S. Paulo, 36: 183-189

Morbark Metro Chiparvestors. Tech. Release Amer. Pulpw. Ass, 71-R19, 5

Morbark Satellite Sauchip system. Tech. Release Amer. Pulpw. Ass, 71-R-40, 9

Morbid anatomical and histological features of unusual infections. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine 63(10): 1070-1075

Morbidity and mortality among bought in calves. Nord. VetMed, 20: 377-395

Morbidity and mortality among offspring of breast cancer mothers. American Journal of Epidemiology 89(2): 139-153

Morbidity and mortality in marketing calves. Nord. VetMed, 20: 7/8, 377-95

Morbidity from coronary atherosclerosis and hypertension in relation to characteristics of the diet. Vop. Pitan, 24: 2, 72-77

Morbidity in children under fourteen in south India. Indian Pediatrics 5(11): 485-497

More N.Co.310 at Isis?. Cane Grs' quart. Bull, 28: 26-8

More about BYDV resistance in barley. Crop Sci. Abst, 26

More about Robyn-the new strawberry for growers in the Transvaal. Fmg S. Afr, 40: 9, 19; 21

More about carbon dioxide (CO2) on geraniums. Y Gr Circle News, 34, 2 p

More about cheese. Ostemesteren praesenterer mere om ost, Denmark: Ostehandlerforeningen, 256

More about farm managers. Part 2. An enquiry into the profession commissioned by the Farm Management Association. Miscellaneous Study. Department of Agricultural Economics and Management, University of Reading, Reading. 49, 57. Price: 50p,

More about fertilizing lowbush blueberries. Me Fm Res, 13: 1, 9-12

More about fish diseases. Aquarist Pondkpr. 37: 1, 10-14

More about mushrooms. Part II. N.Z. comm. Gr, 25: 6, 17

More about our apple industry. J. Agric. S. Aust, 70: 385-93

More about pimento research. Fmr. Jamaica, 71: 168-70

More about spraying arabica coffee with calcium superphosphate to control anthracnose or berry disease, normally attributed to Colletotrichum coffeanum. Publ. Inst. Invest, agron, Angola, 6

More about tap water intoxication. Comparison of mortality rates of premature twins seen in the 3-year periods 1961-63 and 1964-66. Minerva pediat, 22: 1045-1049

More about the detachment of olives by chemicals. Frutticoltura. 28: 713-18. bibl. 5

More about the mechanization of the collection of forest tree seed. Monti e Boschi. 16: 3, 21-30

More about the new method of picking tobacco leaves. Balg. Tjutjun, 9: 10, 26-35

More about the tabby mouse and about the Lyon hypothesis. Journal of Embryology and Experimental Morphology 16(3): 569-590

More about trusses: shortening the span. For. Prod. Newslett. C.S.I.R.O. Aust, 313, 3-4

More accurate cruising methods. Lesn. Hoz, 19: 9, 43-7

More accurate information on the phenology of Pissodes notatus. Lesn. Hoz, 11, 56-7

More advances in the manufacture of new milk-based food products. Milk Ind, 64: 6, 64-66

More analysis in depth of the economics of state farms. Vest. Statist, Moskva, 12: 3-10

More animal protein for tomorrow's world.(FAO special issue). Wld Rev. Anim. Prod, 3: 13, 107

More animal protein. Report of the International Conference at Jonkoping, Sweden, on 31st May, 1968, held under the joint auspices of the ELMIA Agricultural Fair and FAO, the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations. More animal protein. Report of the International Conference at Jonkoping, Sweden, on 31st held under the joint auspices of the ELMIA Agricultural Fair and FAO, the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, 1968. 112

More aspects of telescoping platforms as harvesting aids for apples. Proc. N.Y. St. hort. Soc, 114: 132-7

More attention should be given to brine in hard-cheese manufacture. Schweiz. Milchztg (Lait. Romand), Eidgenossische Forschungsanstalt fur Milchwirtschaft, Liebefeld-Berne, Switzerland, 97: 20, 164

More attention to breeding. Sadovodstvo (Horticulture). 6, 39 p

More attention to flax breeding and foundation seed production. Len i Konoplja (Flax & Hemp), 6, 37-39

More attention to increasing oil content in the seeds. Hlopkovodstvo (Cotton growing), 6, 19-20

More attention to self-fertile varieties. Sadovodstvo (Horticulture). 5, 30-31

More attention to the question of race in alder cultivation. Soz. Forstw, 15: 110-12

More attention to the solution of the problem of plant immunity. Selekcija i Semenovodstvo (Breeding & Seed-growing). 3, 1-2

More attention to the variety 153F. Hlopkovodstvo (Cotton Growing), 9, 28-29

More attention to varieties of lucerne. Hlopkovodstvo (Cotton Growing). 1, 35-36

More automation comes to cheese-making. Can. Dairy Ice Cream J, 44: 9, 30-32

More beef, faster gains. Now, Montana State Univ. Coll. Agric, 6: 4, 10-11

More butterfat per acre at Denmark Research Station. Jnl Agric, W. Aust, 10: 11, 459-63

More calves by early mating of heifers intended for slaughter-an experiment report. Meddn svensk Husdjursskotsel. 10, 26

More compact Acalypha hispida with Cycocel (CCC). Gartenwelt, 68: 287-9

More cows, more milk, more meat. Officieel Org. K. ned. Zuivelbond, 61: 15, 342-45

More cuttings through short-day treatment of fuchsias. Gartenwelt. 67: 205. bibl. 1

More damage caused through machine lifting. Weekbl. BloembollCult, 79: 614; 616

More data on the effect of urea-derivative herbicides on photosynthetic processes. Agrokhimiya, 5: 3, 93-8. Bibl. 15

More discipline in agriculture. Documentazione Paesi Est, Milano, 6: 5, 371-8

More diseases on crops in the tropics than in the temperate zone. Ceiba, 14: 1, 17-28

More early spring onions by sowing in late summer. Dtsche Gartenb, 17: 155-6. bibl. 3

More economical feeding of ewes in the second suckling period. Rocz. Nauk rol. [B

More effective forest fire-fighting by the use of chemical extinguishing agents,. Sozial. Forstw, 21: 3, 90-5

More effective weed control in onions. J. Agric. S. Aust, 71: 26-31

More efficient electrodialysis. New demineralization process for whey-with wide food-field applications-offers longer membrane life, lower labour costs. Fd Process, 30: 1, 26

More efficient grape and fruit production with a microelement-containing chemical. Nemzetk. mezo-gazd. Szle. 11: 4, 101-2

More efficient logging of small wood in mountainous country. Holz-Kurier, Wien. 19: 43, 6

More efficient methods for differentiating tuberculosis and tuberculosis-like infections in porcine lymph nodes. Dokl. vses. Akad. sel'skokhoz. Nauk, 8, 37-40

More efficient use of turkey males. Ohio Rep. Res. Dev, 53: 61-62

More faith in the almond tree. Informatore di Ortofloro-frutticoltura, 12: 12, 3-6

More favourable producer prices. Conjuntura Economica. Rio de Janeiro, 25: 8, 17-20

More fodder with fertilizers. Boletin Agronomico. Chile, 2: 3, 3-24

More guidance-more table grapes. Dec. Fruit Gr, 20: 238-43, 236

More handsome and earlier Hibiscus. T.A.S.P.O, 99: 23, 7

More hothouse tomatoes earlier in the season with white plastic. Groent. en Fruit. 22: 559, 561

More information about the alkaloids of Papaver rhoeas. Pharmazie. 20: 394. bibl. 20

More information on the occurrence of galls. Sborn. Vysoke Skoly Zemed., Brno (Rada C). 36: 2, 153-64

More initiative and planning in the struggle against mastitis. Dte Molk.-Ztg, 90, 351-54

More inseminations with semen from progeny-tested bulls. Tierzucht, 19: 410-412

More interest in early strawberries. Groent. en Fruit. 22: 932

More kiln capacity. Kiln schedule to meet the specifications of the new standard for Western White Spruce dimension lumber. B.C. Lumberm, 54: 2, 32-4, 50, 52

More lambs in plain-bodied Merino flocks. Qd agric. J, 93: 385-387

More low-cost weed killers. I.R.R.I. Reptr, 6: 4, 4

More macadamias. Fmg S. Afr, 43: 12, 7-9; 12. bibl. 4

More mares served in 1964. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk, 90: 961-962

More milk for school meals. Vyz. Lidu, 25: 7, 112-14

More milk samples, faster results from Ontario's new central labs at Guelph. Can. Dairy Ice Cream J, 47: 2, 12-13

More money from black-currants. Tasmanian Journal of Agriculture, 42: 3, 216-217

More natural regeneration by controlling seed-eating rodents. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Pacif. Nthwest. For. Range Exp. Sta, PNW-12, 10

More new crop varieties. Sunshine St. agric. Res. Rep, 10: 3, 24

More new milk products from Verbandsmolkerei, Berne. Milk Ind, 68: 2, 28-30

More observations on the spring mmeraliza-tion of soil nitrogen. C.R. Acad. Agric. Fr, 50: 874-881

More on compatibility. Sadovodstvo, 10, 23 p

More on forest defoliation. Science 161(3845): 964-965

More on intoxication by C. atramentarius after con sumption of alcohol. Coolia. 13: 1, 10-11

More on packaging of planting stock. Woodl. Res. Note Union Bag Pap. Corp., Savannah. 16, 3

More on the 'revolutionary' ideas of wider spacing in Scots Pine plantations. Sylwan. 105: 1, 69-77

More on the causes of multiple crowns in Pinus koraiensis. Bot. Z, 49: 9, 1344-5

More on the classification of forest fires. Lesn. Khoz, 2, 62-6

More on the determination of sex from the vegetative buds of Aspen. For. Sci, 13: 1, 89

More on the elusive formula of best fit. Proc. Soc. Amer. For. 1965. 1964: 201-7

More on the hardening of saw teeth. Derev. Prom, 13: 6, 15-6

More on the labor potential - some evidence from Western Samoa. Econ. Dev. cultural Change, Chicago, 16: 1, 97-105

More on the system of marking. Lesn. Prom, 5, 12-3

More on tobacco browning: the first pigment. Tobacco, N.Y, 171: 22, 57-9

More people, less food. Yojana, New Delhi, 12: 18, 29-33

More perfect culti-vars are being created. Vestn. sel'skohoz. Nauk. (Rec. agric. Sci.), 4, 62-67

More pigs, fewer cattle. Tierzuchter. 22: 483-484

More preservative + pressure = 75-year posts. Wood Pres. News. 42: 7, 15-6, 18

More priority for overseas aid. Int. Affairs, London, London, 46: 1, 1-10

More production of flax and'hemp of high-quality. Len i Konoplja (Flax & Hemp), 5, 31-34

More progeny from valuable rams. Ovcevodstvo, 11: 1, 21-22

More progeny from valuable sires. Ovtsevodstvo. Mosk., 14: 9, 21-22

More protein in soybeans. Fm. Quart, Cincinnati -70. 24: 6, 8 p