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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 14596

Chapter 14596 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Ovulation site in the mare. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 157(11): 1452-1459

Ovulation time in normal ewes and ewes treated with progestogen with or without an injection of PMS. Annls Biol. anim. Biochim. Biophys, 10: 15-24

Ovulations and fertilization in response to serum gonadotrophin (PMS) treatment in dairy cattle. Summ. Thes, in Agric. Res, Pretoria, Pt I, 299-300

Ovulations in Merino ewes moved by road or rail in Queensland. Proc. Aust. Soc. Anim. Prod, 5: 53-57

Ovulatory activity in mature Romney ewes in New Zealand. New Zeal J Agr Res 7(4): 514-524

Ovulatory mechanisms in obese mice with human disease susceptibility pattern. Abstr. in Anat. Rec, 154: 346

Ovule development after pollination in Eulophidium orchids. American Orchid Society Bulletin, 41: 1, 23-28

Ovule development in the apple as related to morphological and anatomical variation in supporting tissues. Proc. Amer. Soc. hort. Sci, 92: 37-49. bibl. 24

Ovule development of Broughtonia sanguinea R. Br. Philippine Agr 50(4): 356-363

Ovule number as a factor in low seed set of certain sweet potato clones. Proc Amer Soc Hort Sci 90: 313-315

Ovule sterility in the F1 hybrid of Solanum melongena L. x S. melongena var. bulsarensis Argikar. Idengaku Zasshi/Jap. J. Genet, 45: 163-66

Ovulinia azaleae in Norway. Blyttia. 3, 165-168

Ovulinia azaleae, a new parasite in France. Annls Phytopath, 2: 1, 139-153

Ovum production: action of various gonadotrophins in sheep and goats. Onderstepoort J. vet. Res, 31: 97-106

Ovum transport in the ewe. Australian Journal of Biological Sciences 25(1): 167-173

Own-rooted apple varieties in interchange grafts, also compared with development on clonal rootstoeks. ErwObstb. 6: 47-51. bibl. 6

Owner characteristics and distribution of landownership in the eastern Great Plains. Rep. Econ. Res. Serv., U.S. Dep. Agric., Washington, ERS 197, 26

Ownership and user rights on farm land: a tentative description. Econ. rur, Paris, 75: 97-107

Ownership changes made by bakery and dairy products companies, 1959-64. Rep.] Econ. Res. Serv., US Dep. Agric. Washington, D.C, ERS-291, 12

Ownership of commercial forest land in Minnesota, 1962. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Lake St. For. Exp. Sta, LS-44, 3

Ownership relationships with respect to the land of co-operative farms. Sb. Provoz. Ekon. Fak. Vys. Sk. Zemed. Suchdole Prahy (Ser. B.), 53-66

Ox erythrocyte agglutinability. III. A comparison of agglutinability in various anti-globulin systems and its mode of inheritance. Vox Sang. 21: 362-371

Ox erythrocyte agglutinability. Mode of inheritance of agglutinability. XIIth Eur. Conf. Anim. Blood Grps biochem. Polymorph., Bpest, 103-106

Oxah'c acid production by Sclero-tinia sclerotiorum in infected Bean and in culture. Phytopathology. 60: 9, 1395-1398

Oxalate and nitrate contents of four tropical leafy vegetables grown at two soil fertility levels. Agronomy Journal, 63: 4, 559-561

Oxalate calculi and oxaluria in the cat. Veterinary Record 83(16): 417-419

Oxalate content in some foods of plant origin. Rocz. panstowowego Zakl. Hig, 15: 411-420

Oxalate content of fresh and ensiled beet leaves. Rocz. Inst. Przem. mleoz, 12: 1/2, 49-62

Oxalate contents of foods commonly used in Kashmir. Indian J. Med. Res, 55: 274-278

Oxalate crystals in forest trees. J Jap Forest Soc 46(12): 379-383

Oxalate determination: analytical problems encountered with certain plant species. J. Assoc. Off. Anal. Chem, 51: 963-967

Oxalate in urine. Clinica Chimica Acta; International Journal of Clinical Chemistry 29(2): 342-343

Oxalate metabolism in sheep and its effect on the anion-cation balance. Dissertation Absts. (B). 28: 3118B-3119B

Oxalate metabolism in sheep. 1. Effect of low level Halogeton glomeratus intake on nutrient balance. J. Animal Sci, 27: 718-723

Oxalate metabolism in sheep. 2. Effect of low level Halogeton glomeratus intake on electrolyte metabolism. J. anim. Sci, 27: 724-9

Oxalate metabolism in the pack rat, sand rat, hamster and white rat. Journal of Nutrition 91(4): 496-502

Oxalate nephropathy in a horse. J. Am. vet. med. Ass, 159: 49-52

Oxalate poisoning in animals grazing the tropical grass Setaria sphacelata. J. Aust. Inst. agric. Sci, 36: 1, 41-3. Bibl. 8

Oxalate-extractable Al as a criterion for identifying podzol B horizons. Can. J. Soil Sci, 49: 161-163

Oxalic acid in spinach plants. Rostlinna Vyroba. 11: 303-06

Oxalic acid in spinach-type vegetables. Rostlinna Vyroba, 11: 303-6. bibl. 10

Oxalic acid production by Sclerotinia sclerotiornm in infected bean and in culture. Phytopathology, 60: 1395-8. bibl. 21

Oxalis control In carnation beds. Bulletin New York State Flower Industry, 3: 1

Oxalis. Gdnrs Chron. Oxalis. Gdnrs" Chron, 160: 535,

Oxaloacetic carboxylase in flight musculature of the tsetse fly. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 16(3): 259-266

Oxalyl-coenzyme A synthetase from pea seeds. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 118(1): 124-143

Oxathiins to prevent wood decay. Bimon. Res. Notes. 26: 3, 24

Oxcyclozanide-activity against Fasciola gigantica in naturally infected buffalo, cattle, sheep and goats. Trop. Aniin. Hlth Prod, 3: 1, 26-31

Oxford regional economic atlas of Africa. Oxford regional economic atlas of Africa, London : Oxford University Press, 164. Price: 63s,

Oxi-dizable flavonoid difference in corn silks. Genetics, 68: 1, 2, 38

Oxidase activities during the hypersensitive reaction of Nicotiana xanthi to tobacco mosaic virus. Journal of General Virology 11(2): 119-122

Oxidase activity as an indirect index of low temperature resistance of some vine varieties. Roczn. Nauk rol, 90: 699-702

Oxidase-positive colony count and its relationship to the psychrotophic count of bulk-cooled milk. Milchwissenschaft, 26: 7, 424-427

Oxidation and carotenogenesis regulating factors in mangoes. Indian J. Biochem, 5: 111-14. bibl. 17

Oxidation and oxidative cleavage by white rot fungi of phenotic model compounds related to lignin. Dissert. Abstr, 28B: 12 Part 1, 4907-8

Oxidation and phosphorylation in barley seedlings under the effect of gibberellin A3. Ukr. bot. Zh, 24: 1, 28-31. Bibl. 8

Oxidation and phosphorylation in seeds under the effect of herbicides and herbicide mixtures. Physiology and Biochemistry of Cultivated Plants, (USSR), 2: 6, 484-7. Bibl. 12

Oxidation and reduction in floral tissues of different cucumber varieties in relation to heterosis. Potato, vegetable and cucurbitaceous crops. 1, Urozaj, Kiev, 91-95

Oxidation and reduction of aromatic compounds by plants. Biochem. J, 92: 20-21. bibl. 7

Oxidation and reduction processes in the reproductive organs of fertile and sterile sorghum analogues. Selktsiya i semenovodstvo. Resp. mezhved. temat. nauchn. sb, 13, 120-123

Oxidation defects in fresh butter and their appraisal by the thiobarbituric acid test. Bull. Inst. agron. Stns Rech. Gembloux. 32: 1, 93-103

Oxidation ditches for biological purification of effluents. Moloch. Prom, 31: 10, 38-41

Oxidation ditches for the treatment of dairy effluent. Lebensmittel-Ind, 18: 12, 459-461

Oxidation exchange of Rye in relation to the dynamics of the development of P. recondita. Dokl. Akad. Nauk belorussk. SSR, 9: 8, 558-562

Oxidation fractions and derivatives of humic acids by potassium permanganate in alkaline medium. Pochvovedenie, 5, 84-94

Oxidation in edible fat made from milkfat and vegetable oils. XVIII Int. Dairy Congr. 1E, 227

Oxidation level of the mycelium and conidia in relation to the sexualization of P. infestans. Fiziologiya Rast, 11: 2, 293-300

Oxidation of 3,4-dihydroxyphenylalanine (DOPA) and pigment production by Cryptococcus neoformans. 10th International Congress for Microbiology, Mexico, 9-15 Aug, (156)

Oxidation of 5, 6-monoepoxy- beta -carotene. Isolation of 5, 6-monoepoxy-retinal and retinal. Indian Journal of Chemistry. 7: 10, 1017-1019

Oxidation of aromatic compounds in soil. Folia Microbiol 11(4): 248-256

Oxidation of benz(a) pyrene 410 by micro-organisms In relation to its concentration in the medium. Dokl. Akad. Nauk. SSSR, 179: 1460-1462

Oxidation of chicken tissue lipids as influenced by age and sex. Poultry Science 48(1): 301-304

Oxidation of exogenous reduced nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide by liver mitochondria from essential fatty acid-deficient rats. Journal of Nutrition 96(2): 215-219

Oxidation of exogenous substrates by mitochondrial preparations from vitamin E-deficient guinea pigs. Dissertation Absts. (B). 29: 2179B

Oxidation of fatty acids in isolated mitochondria. Biochem. Ztschr, 341: 271-299

Oxidation of ferrous iron in vermiculite and biotite alters fixation and replaceability of potassium. Science 162(3860): 1401-1402

Oxidation of free fatty acids of plasma in infants with protein-calorie malnutrition. South African Medical Journal 41(42): 1103-1105

Oxidation of graphitic carbon in certain soils. Science 151(3713): 991-992

Oxidation of infused acetate to body pool CO2. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 123(1): 14-17

Oxidation of intra-arterially administered carbon14-labelled methane in sheep. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 124(4): 1155-1157

Oxidation of iron and sulphur in the highly acidic soils of the Wilcox formation. Bact. Proc, A23:

Oxidation of iron. V. Mechanism of migration of iron in tropical soils. Rev. Soc. Venez. Quim, 7: 3, 117-170

Oxidation of lipids in fish meal. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society. 48: 8, 420-424

Oxidation of manga-nous salts by soil fungi. Can. J. Microbiol, 18: 6, 793-799

Oxidation of manganous salts of manganese by soil fungi. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 18(6): 793-799

Oxidation of milkfat by copper and pigment formation by propionic acid bacteria. XVIII Int. Dairy Congr, 1E, 375

Oxidation of mono-and disaccharides by F. spp. Mykrobiol. Zh, Inst. Microbiol. Ukr. Acad. Sci., 32: 5, 544-547

Oxidation of n-hexadecane by subcellular preparations of guinea pig small intestine. European Journal of Biochemistry 7(1): 90-95

Oxidation of nucleic acid in the soil. Ust. ved. Inf. MZLH Rosti. Vyroba, 11: 3-8

Oxidation of palmitic acid by some F. spp. Mykrobiol. Zh, 31: 3, 217-219

Oxidation of phloridzin and phloretin related to resistance of Malus to Venturia inaequalis. Phytopathology 54(1): 92-97

Oxidation of phloridzin by o-diphenol oxidase in apple buds. Biohimija, 36: 8-17. bibl. 11

Oxidation of pipecolic add in soils and in rhizosphere soil of different plants. Folia microbiol, 14: 13-22

Oxidation of plasma FFA in lean and obese humans. Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental 17(1): 62-73

Oxidation of some milk lipid materials in model systems in presence of copper and ascorbic acid. J Diary Res 35(1): 49-57

Oxidation of sulphur in soils. Mineralium Deposita 2(3): 181-187

Oxidation of sulphur to sulphate in soils. Bulletin de l' Association Francaise pour l'Etude du Sol. 1, 15-21

Oxidation of thiocyanate to cyanide and sulphate by the lacto-peroxidase-hydrogen peroxide system. Archs Biochem. Biophys, 141: 1, 73-78

Oxidation processes in relation to the induction of enzymes in Jerusalem artichoke tuber slices. Canadian Journal of Biochemistry 48(3): 316-321

Oxidation trenches in Polish plants for dairy effluent purification. Prum.Potravin. 23: 5, 135-138

Oxidation-reduction conditions in gleyed derno-podzolic soils. Poch-vovedenie, 3, 50-61

Oxidation-reduction conditions of light-textured soils of the Meshchera lowland. Pochvovedenie. 5, 66-79

Oxidation-reduction enzymes in tissues in experimental Fe deficiency. Bjull. eksp. Biol. Med, 3, 115-117

Oxidation-reduction in sedimentology. Bull. biblphique Pedol. ORSTOM, 4: 1-36

Oxidation-reduction in soils and its effects on iron transformations in hydro-morphic soils. Cahiers ORSTOM Serie Pedologie. 9: 4, 373-397

Oxidation-reduction mechanism of octahedral iron in mica type structures. Soil Sci, 110: 167-171

Oxidation-reduction potential and dynamics of mobile nitrogen in soil of a rice field. Agro-khimiya. 5, 37-42

Oxidation-reduction potential in silage. Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR (Ser. biol.). 4, 596-600. Bibl. 6

Oxidation-reduction potential of a paddy soil in situ with special reference to the production of ferrous iron, manganous manganese and sulfide. Soil Sci. Pl. Nutr, 12: 6, 24-32

Oxidation-reduction potential of saturated forest soils. Soil Sci Soc Amer Proc 32(1): 111-112

Oxidation-reduction potentials in the annual cycle of woody plants differing in winter hardiness. Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR, 193: 481-3. bibl. 12

Oxidation-reduction processes in paddy soils and their relation to rice growth. Acta pedol. sin, 12: 380-389

Oxidation-reduction processes in the leaves of wheat grown at different altitudes. Trudy Inst. Bot., Alma-Ata. 25: 69-77. Bibl. 12

Oxidation-reduction processes in typical chernozems and podzolized soil of zapadinas of the wooded steppe. Izv. timiryazev. s.-kh. Akad, 3, 126-140

Oxidation-reduction processes in winter-wheat varieties and the baking quality of their grain. Breeding and seed production. 4, Urozaj, Kiev, 78-85

Oxidation-reduction regime and biochemistry of leaves of greenhouse cucumbers and their relation to the sexual differentiation of the plants. Nauc. Dokl. vyss. Sk. biol. Nauk. (Sci. Rep. higher Sch. biol. Sci.), 4, 167-69

Oxidation-reduction regime for the storage of boar semen. Raboty molodykh uchenykh Zhivotnovod-stvo i veterinariya. (Mater. konf., sostoyavshikhsya v i 1966 gg.), Moscow: Kolos., 117-123

Oxidation-reduction regime of soils of a solonets complex under flooded rice on the Sparinsk lowland. Izv. timiryazev. sel'-khoz. Akad, 6, 91-104

Oxidation-reduction state of irrigation and ground-water of rice fields in the Sarpinsk lowland. Izv. timiryazev. sel'-khoz. Akad, 3, 127-133

Oxidations of nucleic acids and their components in soil. I. Oxidation of air-dried soil samples. Zentralblattfur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, Zweite Abteilung. 126: 7, 700-712

Oxidative phosphorylation and sensitivity to uncouplers of house fly mitochondria: influence of isolation medium. Journal of Economic Entomology 60(5): 1404-1407

Oxidative and glycolytic metabolic aspects in the erythrocytes of thiamine deficient rats. Acta Vitaminologica et Enzymologica 24(1): 1-6

Oxidative and non-oxidative enzyme reactions of hexose monophosphate during refeeding on diet rich in carbohydrate. Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 40: 265-269

Oxidative and phosphorylative activities of mitochondria from tobacco leaf epidermis infected with tobacco mosaic virus. Physiol Plant 18(1): 219-228

Oxidative and phosphorylative activity of mitochondria from pea cotyledons during maturation of the seed. Planta 91(4): 321-328

Oxidative breakdown of impurities of theobromine from cacao bean shell. Herba Hung, 8: 1/2, 203 bibl. 14

Oxidative changes in L-ascorbic acid and unsaturated fatty acids in a complex biological diet supplement. Ces. Hygiena. 13: 100-104

Oxidative changes in fats and their effect on the physiological properties. Ztschr. Lebensmittel-Untersuch. -Forsch, 125: 390-401

Oxidative changes in milk and its lipids during 3 days' cold storage. Roczn. Technol. Chem. Zywn, 16: 49-59

Oxidative changes in milk and its lipids during storage for 3 days at low temperature. Rocz. Technol. Chem. Zywn, 16: 49-59

Oxidative changes in skim-milk lipids. Nahrung, 14: 6, 469-74

Oxidative changes in various fatty fractions of powdered milk. Zesz. probl. Postep. Nauk roln, 80, 613-17

Oxidative changes of polyphenols as influenced by allophane. Soil Sci Soc Amer Proc 28(3): 371-374

Oxidative degradation of Danish illuvial organic matter. Meeting of Commissions II and IV of the International Society of Soil Science and soil chemistry and fertility, September, 1966, Aberdeen, Scot 87-92

Oxidative deterioration of flesh lipids of pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus). Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 44(5): 325-327

Oxidative discoloration of potato tuber tissue related to translucency of processed dice. Amer. Potato J, 46: 227-33

Oxidative enzyme activity in Candida albicans. Sabouraudia 5(1): 46-48

Oxidative enzymes in milk and their value as indicators of sub-clinical mastitis in the cow. Veterinary Record 85(25): 708-713

Oxidative enzymes of Ceratocystis fimbriata isolates differing in host specificity. Physiol. Plant, 20: 726-32

Oxidative enzymes, ribonuclease, and amylase in lemon buds infested with Aceria sheldoni (Ewing) (Acarina: Eriophyidae). J. exp. Bot, 22: 146-52. bibl. 22

Oxidative inactivation of invertase and polygalacturonase of Cercospora beticola Sacc. J. Amer. Soc. Sug. Beet Technol, 16: 6, 516-523

Oxidative metabolism of acetate and glucose in the lactating cow. Fedn Proc. Fedn Am. Socs exp. Biol, 25: 2; pt I, 543

Oxidative metabolism of aflatoxin B1 by mammalian liver slices and microsomes. Biochem. Pharmac, 19: 1681-1687

Oxidative metabolism of dermatophytes. Applied Microbiology 14(6): 973-978

Oxidative metabolism of pyrethroids in houseflies. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 17: 6, 1227-1236

Oxidative metabolism of roots of pea and maize under different conditions of iron supply. Sel.'-khoz. Biol, 1: 809-815

Oxidative metabolism of rotenone in mammals, fish, and insects and its relation to selective toxicity. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 17: 6, 1217-1226

Oxidative patterns of purines and pyrimidines in soil after specific and non- specific pre-incubation. Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, Zweite Abteilung. 126: 7, 735-745

Oxidative phos-phorylation in liver mitochondria of biotin-deficient rats. Acta vitaminol. enzymol, 24: 7-10

Oxidative phosphorylation, adenine nucleotides, and phosphofructokinase in the livers of rats receiving thrombogenic diets. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 47(1): 39-46

Oxidative phosphorylation and absorption of calcium by pea seedling mitochondria. Fiziol. Rast, 13: 446-52. bibl. 16

Oxidative phosphorylation by root and shoot mitochondria from corn seedlings as affected by temperature. Crop Sci 4(5): 549-550

Oxidative phosphorylation in Moniezia muscle mitochondria. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 253(1): 1-11

Oxidative phosphorylation in maize under the influence of growth regulator herbicides. Dokl. Akad. Nauk Belorussk. SSR, 11: 1, 74-8. Bibl 25

Oxidative phosphorylation in mitochondria from rats fed a vitamin E-deficient diet. J. Fac. Fish. Animal Husb. Hiroshima Univ, 7: 235-241

Oxidative phosphorylation in renal tissue and aminoaciduria in rats fed on diets containing large amounts of lactose. Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper, 44: 430-433

Oxidative phosphorylation in yeast. IV. Combination of a nuclear mutation affecting oxidative phosphorylation with cytoplasmic mutation to respiratory deficiency. Biochim. biophys. Acta, 162: 157-63

Oxidative phosphorylation mutants of yeast. Genetics. 60: 1, Pt. 2, 210 p

Oxidative processes in aortic and myocardial tissues of rabbits given excess of cholesterol. Vop. Pitan, 24: 5, 51-56

Oxidative rancidification of marine oils. Fiskeridirektoratets Skr. Ser. Teknol. Undersok, 5: 3, 38

Oxidative rancidity in frozen stored cod fillets. Fish Res Board Can J 23(9): 1385-1401

Oxidative rancidity of humanized dried milk for feeding infants. Cslka Gastroent. Vyz, 21: 8, 517-20

Oxidative sediments in paddy soils. 1. Occurrence of manganese sediments in paddy soils. J. Sci. Soil Manure, Tokyo, 35: 41

Oxidative stability of milk as influenced by dietary copper, molybdenum, and sulfate. Milchwissenschaft. 22: 9, 551-54

Oxidimetrlc method of determination of allyl isothiocyanate in black mustard (Brassica nigra L.) with chloramine-T. Flavour Industry, 3: 2, 75-77

Oxidised flavour in milk. Proc. Husdyrforsoksmotet. 169-179

Oxidized and reduced nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate levels of plants hardened and unhardened against chilling injury. Plant Physiology 43(2): 238-242

Oxidized flavour defect in milk, polyunsaturated acids and changes in metabolism. Meieriposten. 60: 3, 50-56

Oxidized flavour in milk. I. Beretn. St. Forsogsmejeri. 147: 55

Oxidizing and reducing processes in the leaves of wheat cultivated at different altitudes. Trud. Inst. bot. Akad. Nauk Kazan. SSR (Trans. Inst. Bot. Acad. Sci. Kazan SSR), 25: 69-77

Oxidizing capacity of tea leaf of recently bred varieties of Azerbaijan tea. Me'ruzeler. Azerb. SSR Elmler Akad. (Rep. Acad. Sci. Azerb. SSR), 23: 8, 65-67

Oxidizing enzymes in the tea plant. Biohimija, 30: 1137-41. bibl. 22

Oxidizing enzymes of sugarcane: peroxidase. J. Agri. Univ. P.R, 50: 36-52. bibl. 40

Oxidizing metabolism in P. versicolor. Microbio-logia esp, 24: 3, 159-170

Oxidizing phosphory-lation in gamma -irradiated and non-irradiated cotton seedlings. Uzbek, biol. Zh, 1, 9-12. Bibl. 12

Oxidizing phosphorylation in Cabbage tissues inoculated with B. cinerea. Dokl. vses Akad. sel'-khoz. Nauk., 1965. 4, 21-23

Oxidizing system of the causal agent of Cotton wilt F. o. f.sp. vasinfectum of different patho-genicities. Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR, 191: 2, 483-486

Oxidoreductase and chlorophyll content of clover and Tetragon-olobus plants grown from irradiated seeds. Lucr. stiint. Inst. agron. Cluj (Ser. agric.), 1969. 23-24, 167-72. Bibl. 21

Oxime Therapy For Cattle With Dioxathion Poisoning. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 146: 697-700

Oxinide, a new effective drug against fascioliasis in sheep. Byull. vses. Inst. Gel'mint. K. I. Skryabina. Skryabin All-Union Inst. of Helminthology, Moscow, USSR., 3, 60-61

Oxitril 4 for weed control in cereals. Proc. 11th Swed. Weed Conf, E10-11

Oxley cicer milkvetch. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 51(5): 428-429

Oxy and keto acid metabolism of pea and maize seedlings growing in saline media. Fiziol. Rast, 15: 806-12. bibl. 36

Oxy-tocin concentration in bovine blood plasma during normal milkings. J. Dairy Sci, 49: 6, 736-37

Oxyclosanidc-activity against Fasciola gigantica in naturally infected buffalo, cattle, sheep and goats. Trop. Anim. Hlth Prod, 3: 26-31

Oxyclozanide (3, 3., 5, 5., 6 -pentachloro -2, 2. -dihydroxybenzanilide- Zanil) in the treatment of the liver fluke Fasciola hepatica in sheep and cattle. Vet. Rec, 78: 267-276

Oxydemetonmethyl implanted to English walnuts for control of walnut aphid. J. econ. Ent, 60: 890-1

Oxygen and carbon dioxide affect the growth of wood-decaying fungi. Forest Sci 13(4): 384-389

Oxygen and carbon dioxide concentrations in greenhouse soil-air. Proc Amer Soc Hort Sci 84: 648-652

Oxygen and carbon dioxide concentrations in sound and decaying Red Oak trees. For. Sci, 15: 3, 246-51

Oxygen and carbon dioxide levels for controlled-atmosphere storage of Starking and Golden Delicous apples. Mktg Res. Rep. U.S. Dep. Agric, 653: 11. bibl. 6

Oxygen and moisture uptake as indices of metabolic activity in White Spruce shoot tips. Bi-m. Res. Notes Dep. For. Can, 22: 5, 2

Oxygen and the ecology of Armfflariella elegans Heim. Aust. J. biol Sci, 24: 2, 231-262

Oxygen and the hatch of eggs and migration of larvae of Meloidogyne javanica. Ann. appl. Biol, 63: 2, 191-203

Oxygen and the micro-aerophilic bacteria: growth and peroxidase activity of Lactobacillus casei. Acta Chemica Scandinavica 22(7): 2166-2170

Oxygen as a disturbance factor to anaerobiosis in rice fields. Abs. in Phytopathology, 55: 501

Oxygen balance in fish ponds. Adv. Leafl. Trop. Fish Cult. Res. Inst, ?. 5: 1-6

Oxygen combustion method for determination of bromide residues in foods. J. Ass. off. analyt. Chem, 53: 5, 1040-42

Oxygen concentrations for culture of rabbit blastocysts. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 17(1): 187-190

Oxygen concentrattion in larval hemolymph of the Japanese beetle, Popillia japonica, infected with Bacillus popilliae. J. Invert. Path, 8: 3, 308-313

Oxygen Consumption And Body Temperature Of New-Born Rabbits And Kittens Exposed To Cold. Journal of Physiology 177: 192-202

Oxygen consumption and body temperatures of Eskimos during sleep. Journal of Applied Physiology 22(3): 565-567

Oxygen consumption and dehydrogenase activity of S. choleraesuis and S. dublin variants of differing virulence. C.r. Acad. bulg. Sci, 22: 189

Oxygen consumption and feed requirements of the copepods Acartia clausi Giesbr. and A. latisetosa Kritcz. Zool. Z, 45: 363-370

Oxygen consumption and germination of Cronartium fusiforme aeciospores. Phytopathology 58(2): 260-261

Oxygen consumption and heat production during the fermentation of cacao. Turrialba, 18: 110-14. bibl. 14

Oxygen consumption and thyroid gland activity during adaptation to high ambient temperatures in young pigs. Research in Veterinary Science 6(4): 522-530

Oxygen consumption and water loss during treatment of burns with warm dry air. Lancet 7535 : 164-168

Oxygen consumption and water metabolism in a carnivorous mouse. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. A, Comparative Physiology 40(3): 797-803

Oxygen consumption and water turnover of the fat-tailed marsupials Dasycercus cristicauda and Sminthop-crassicaudata. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. 40A: 3, 723-732

Oxygen consumption by diapausing and nondiapausing pupae of the horn fly. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 64: 6, 1462-1463

Oxygen consumption by obese yellow mice and their normal littermates. American Journal of Physiology 214(6): 1250-1252

Oxygen consumption by the corn earworm, Heliothis zea. Ann. ent. Soc. Am, 63: 3, 773-777

Oxygen consumption during enforced starvation in millipedes (Diplopoda, Julidae). Zoologicheskiv Zhurnal. 51: 3, 364-369

Oxygen consumption in adult Echinostoma revolutum. Experimental Parasitology 23(2): 183-186

Oxygen consumption in adult sheep. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 4(1): 52-53

Oxygen Consumption In Infant Malnutrition. Pediatrics 33: 554-561

Oxygen consumption in normally grown, small-for-dates and large-for-dates new-born infants. Journal of Physiology 199(3): 685-703

Oxygen consumption in seed germination and early shoot and root growth of different provenances of Ponderosa Pine (Pinus ponderosa Laws.). Tech. Bull. Exp. For. Taiwan Univ, 84, 26

Oxygen consumption in two inbred mouse strains and F1 hybrids. Bull. Acad. pol. Sci. Ser. Sci. biol, 18: 115-119

Oxygen consumption of Clonorchis sinensis. Chin. J. Microbiol, WRAIR Composite Drug Screening Unit and Dept. of Medical Zoology, 406th Medical Laboratory, APO San Francisco 96343, USA., 4: 1/2, 40-44

Oxygen consumption of Microtus montanus in relation to ambient temperature. Journal of Mammalogy 49(2): 215-220

Oxygen consumption of a flying bird. Science 154(3745): 150-151

Oxygen consumption of mice in different environmental temperatures. Pfligers Arch, 289: 98-108

Oxygen consumption of preweanling and weanling mice. Life Sci, 5: 541-543

Oxygen consumption of small caimans under basal conditions. Physiological Zoology. 44: 1, 40-47

Oxygen consumption of the common Indian cattle leech Poecilobdella granulosa in relation to osmotic stress. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 24(1): 283-287

Oxygen consumption of tree shrews: effects of ambient temperatures. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. A, Comparative Physiology 38(3): 709-712

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P. spp of agricultural importance in Mexico. Boln inf. Soc. mexic. Micol, 3: 4-13

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P. stem base rot of Kalanchoe. Pftanzenarzt. 25: 4, 36

P. syringae as a parasite of Maize in Yugoslavia. Arh. poljopr. Nauke Teh, 20: 71, 15-23

P. syringae on Citrus fruits in Morocco. C. r. hebd. Seanc. Acad. Agric. Fr, 52: 10, 687-689

P. tabacina in Umbria. Control trials and a study of some aspects of the biology of the fungus. Annali Fac. Agr. Univ. Perugia. 21: 59-102

P. tabaniformis, an important pest of poplar. Publ. Inst. Biol. apl, Barcelona., 37: 33-52

P. ulmi in vineyards on Mt. Etna. Entomologica. Bari., 3: 177-236. 4 pp

P. verrucosae sp.n. and S. sorbi sp.n., two new sawflies from Finland. Suom. hyont. Aikak, 32: 1, 47-51

P. x hortorum rust. Vlugschr. plziektenk. Dienst Wageningen. 82: 4

P. xanthoclora, causal agent of Lupin bac-teriosis in the Ukraine. Mykrobiol. Zh, 30: 4, 312-317

P.L. 480 research stresses pest control and marketing. Foreign Agric, 6: 1, 6-8

P.R.1-67, a new pineapple variety giving higher yields than other varieties. Rev. Cafe, Puerto Rico, 25: 9, 29-31

P.R.S. 72, cotton of promise for the south. Indian Fmg, 15: 12, 8; 46

P.T. 58-35 and P.T. 57-96-two promising sesamum strains for Gujarat. Indian Fmg, 17: 4, 33-5

P.sp. on Rhododendron. Riv. Pawl, veg., Pavia Ser. IV. 6: 3, 135-140

P.x generosa Henry-phenomenon or phantom ? P. angulata Aiton-a group of heterogeneous clones?. Silv. Genet, 17: 93-106

P/O ratio in mitochondria from wilting plant tissues. Fiziol. Rast, 15: 537-45. bibl. 16

P32 distribution in phosphorus fractions of phosphorus-sensitive and-tolerant soybeans. Pl. Soil. 33: 3, 707-12. Bibl 13

P32 labelling of codling moth (Cydia pomonella L.). Bull. Div. PL Ind. Qd. 397, 113-115

P32 plant injection technique for root distribution studies of rice. Int. Rice Commn Newsl, 19: 2, 1-8. Bibl. 17

P32 trial of phosphates applied to wheat with compost and in digested compost. Indian J. Agric. Sci, 40: 984-988

P32-and S35-labelled S,S,S-tributylphosphorotrithioate defoliant residue in cottonseed. J. agric. Fd Chem, 12: 2, 187-9. bibl. 14

P32-labeling of common malaria mosquitoes: assimilation by larvae and retention and transfer during mating. J. econ. Ent, 62: 4, 851-853

P(700) activity and chlorophyll content of plants with different photosynthetic carbon dioxide fixation cycles. Plant Physiology 45(6): 738-741

P<o>ispivek k poznani helmintofauny selem. Vet. Med, Praha, 41: 4, 253-257

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PASTURE GRASSES AND LEGUMES recommended by the Department of Research and Specialist Services, Rhodesia, include 13 cv. of 10 grass species established from seed, 7 cv. of 6 grass species established vegetatively, and 4 legume species. Rhodesia agric. J, 67: 5, 114-21; 130


PASTURE RESEARCH in Queensland. Qd Agric. J, 93: 5, 283

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PAper chromatography to detect predation on mites. Can. Ent, Ottawa, 97: 4, 435-441

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PELLETED SEMEN. Annual report Notice of Annual General Meeting, Hampshire Cattle Breeders' Society Ltd., Southampton.,

PELLETING of sugar-beet seed for British farmers-hitherto undertaken in the USA-can, from autumn 1966, be done at a factory being built in Norfolk. Fmr Stk Breed, Mar. 15. 11 p

PERFUMED PORKERS. Landbouwk. Tijdschr.'s-Grav, Nov. 428


PERT time/cost: an aid to agribusiness management. PERT time/cost: an aid to agribusiness management, Pullman, Wash., USA: Coop. Ext. Serv., Coll. Agric., Wash. St. Univ., 65

PEST CONTROL at the International Rice Research Institute, Los Banos, Laguna, Philippine Republic. Int. Rice Res. Inst. Reporter. Mar

PESTS of tea in north-east India and their control. Memo. Tea Res. Ass, Cinnamara, 27, xii + 115

PF curves and their relation to the basic water values of chernozems in the irrigated area of Bachka. Zeml. Biljka, 13: 379-381

PGRO research establishes new NPK ratios for dwarf and runner beans. Grower, 73: 1294; 1296

PH Effect on root growth and water uptake by plants. Agron. J, 61: 225-7. bibl. 9

PH and osmotic values of needle cell-sap of different geographic Scots Pine provenances in relation to their susceptibility to Lophodermium pinastri. Mitt. Bundesforsch-Anst. Forst- u. Holzw, 56, 104

Ph And Thermal Stability Of Rinderpest Virus. Archiv für die Gesamte Virusforschung 15: 98-108

pH and titratable acidity of amino acid mixtures used in hyperalimentation. JAMA 220(8): 1119-1120

PH as a dairy platform test. Off. Org. K. ned. Zuivelb, 56: 31, 706

PH changes in various housefly media. Can. Ent. 98: 6, 633-635

PH control in nitrate uptake studies with excised roots. Plant & Soil, 21: 185

PH dependent cation exchange capacity: minerals and soils of tropical regions. Soil Science. 112: 3, 213-215

PH dependent ion exchange properties of soils and clays from Mazama pumice. Clays Clay Miner, 18: 81-90

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PH measurements for pressure-refined plant-fiber residues. For. Prod. J, 21: 12, 50-1

PH measurements on northeastern woods. Wood Sci, 3: 1, 48-51

PH method for automatic estimation of milk acidity. Trudy vses. nauchno-issled.Inst. moloch.Prom, 2T: 180-87

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pH resistance of foot-and-mouth disease virus and its complement-fixing antigen. American Journal of Veterinary Research 29(7): 1469-1478

PH variations of different solutions as a function of the root activity of Hordeum vulgare, Erigeron canadensis and Mercuridtis annua. Bodenkultur. 21: 2, 133-9. Bibl. 14

PH, contents of volatile fatty acids and ammonia in the rumen and secretion of the parotid salivary gland in heifers given maize silage. Zivotnovadni Nauki. 4: 2, 55-65

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PH-Stat for testing and study of esterase characteristics. J. Dairy Sci. 49: 6, 697

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PH-metric studies on the interaction of magnesium, strontium and beryllium with casein and alpha -casein. J. Indian chem. Soc, 42: 10, 681-84

PHILIPPINE LIVESTOCK NUMBERS on 1st March 1967 were: cattle, 1,850,000; carabao, 3,770,000; pigs, 11,200,000; sheep, 6000; and goats, 850,000. Estimated numbers for 1968 are resp. 1,905,000, 3,900,000, 11,500,000, 6000 and 875,000. Foreign Agric, May 6th. 6-8

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PJa-1 slabs for forest roads. Lesn. Prom, 8, 20

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PLANT INTRODUCTIONS into Nigeria including field-and herbage-crops are listed by common name, variety source and importer for 1963 and 1964 in Memorandum 71 Fed. Dep. agric. Res. Ibadan 1964,, pp.37 and Memorandum 72 Fed. Dep. agric. Res. Ibadan. Memorandum 71 Fed. Dep. agric. Res. Ibadan. 37


PLANTS HARBOURING POTATO VIRUS X in the Altai province, USSR. Kartofel' Ovoshchi, 8, 42

PLANTS THAT CAUSE FOETAL DEFORMITIES IN CATTLE AND SHEEP when grazed by pregnant animals are being studied by the United States Department of Agriculture at the Poisonous Plant Laboratory, Logan, Utah. Agric. Res., Wash, 18: 5, 11

PMAF for strawberries. Sadovodstvo, 8, 23 p

PO2 levels in the placental circulation of the mare and ewe. Nature. Lond, 217: 76-77

POA TUSSOCK, (Poa labillardieri) which invades pastures and reduces their grazing value was investigated in the Upper Shoalhaven River area of New South Wales. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, 80: 1, 51

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PP 493: a new herbicide. Tech. Data Sh. Plant Protection Ltd, 9

PPD mallein. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk. 94: 667-674

PPN clones. Warta Karet, 1: 34-36

PPN clones from Balong. Menara Perkebunan, 38: 11/12, 20-26


PRECISION SEED-DRILLING. Khlopkovodstvo, 10, 40

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PROBLEMS OF DEVELOPING IRRIGATION IN THE VOLGA RIVER AREA were discussed at a joint meeting of the USSR Academy of Sciences and the All-Union Academy of Agricultural Sciences (VASKHNIL) held in Dec. 1970 in Moscow. Luga Pastbishcha. 2, 44-5

PROBLEMS OF IMPROVING GRAIN QUALITY OF WINTER WHEAT by breeding, application of fertilizers and by improvement in agrotechniques for different cv. were discussed at a Conference held on 1-3 July 1970 at the All-Union Institute of Plant Breeding and Genetics, Odessa, USSR. Agrokhimiya. 2, 155-7


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PRODUCTION OF EDIBLE (CONFECTIONERY) GROUNDNUTS IN SENEGAL will be increased by a 4-year project covering 1969-72. Oleagineux. 25: 11, 599-604


PROFESSOR JOHN A. BEARDMORE since 1961 professor of genetics at the University of Groningen, and editor of the Dutch journal, Genetica, has been appointed to the newly established chair of genetics in University College, Swansea. Nature, Lond., April 23. 355-356

PROGRESS IN SEED PRODUCTION OF GRASSES, LEGUMES AND FODDER CROPS IN THE USSR especially in the desert and semi-desert regions, during 1966-70, was reviewed by the delegates of 59 Research Institutes at the All-Union Co-ordinated Conference held in Dec. 1970 at the All-Union Scientific and Research Institute of Fodders, Lugovaya, Moscow region. Luga Pastbishcha. 2, 43-4

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PROMISING NEW FUNGICIDES FOR CONTROL OF Erysiphe graminis in cereals. Fmrs' Wkly. 71: 43


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PROTEIN-BASED FOAMS of the type used for fire-fighting have given effective protection to small plants of tomato and coleus on plots where overnight temperatures dropped to-6.6 degrees C. Can. J. Pl. Sci, 47: 1, 11-17

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PUBESCENT WHEATGRASS. Agric. Res, Wash., 18: 2, 12

PURCHASES OF PUREBRED STOCK FROM THE U.S.A. totalled over 100 head at Mexico City's National Livestock Show held in Nov. 1964. Foreign Agric, Dec. 21. 10 p

PVC helps Japanese agriculture. Publ. Japan agric. PVC Film Ass, 30

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PVC stretch film for bacon, cheese. Packag. Rev, 89: 4, 18

PVR. 1-a high yielding alkali resistant strain of paddy. Madras Agric. J, 51: 386-89

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Pachytene analysis in interspecific hybrid between Corchorus olitorius L. and C. trilocularis L. Nucleus, Calcutta, 9: 71-76

Pachytene analysis in two varieties in Oryza sativa L. Agric. Res. J, Kerala, 5: 1-2, 24-30

Pachytene chromosomes of Solanum chacoense. J. Hered. 59: 369-73

Pachytene chromosomes of diploid Medicago sativa L. Crop Sci, 8: 744-47

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Pachytene karyotypes of 2x haploids derived from tetraploid alfalfa (Medicago sativa)-evidence for autotetraploidy. Canadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology. 13: 3, 397-403

Pachytene morphology of Prunus avium L. cv. Lambert. Canad. J. Genet. Cytol, 11: 1, 125-32

Pachytene pairing and meiosis in the Ft hybrid of Pennisetum typhoides and P. purpureum. Cytologia. 32: 3-4, 532-541

Pachytene pairing and the nature of polyploidy in Sorghum arundinaceum. Caryologia, 1970. 23: 295-302

Pachytene pairing in a translocation heterozygote of maize having a huge knob close to the breakpoint. Annual Report of the National Institute of Genetics, Japan, 1969. 19 p

Pachytene studies in 2n = 14 species of Medicago. Genetica, 42: 3, 278-298

Pachytene studies in the intraspecific hybrid of Festuca arundinacea Schreb. (2n = 42). Genetica Polonica, 11: 3-4, 379-383

Pachytene studies of the hybrid Oryza sativa x Oryza officinalis. Rice Genetics and Cytogenetics. Proceedings of the Symposium on Rice Genetics and Cytogenetics, Los Banos, Philippines, February 4-8 1964. 141-42

Pachytrema calculus Looss, 1907 (Trematoda: Opisthorchiidae) from Australia. Trans. R. Soc. S. Aust, 95: 2, 105-107

Pacific Coast canned fruits f.o.b. price relationships 1966-67. Cling peaches, pears, freestone peaches, apricots, fruit cocktail. Giannini Fdn Res. Rep. Calif. Agric. Exp. Stn., Berkeley, Calif, 293, 37

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Pacific Northwest soft white wheat for lactating cows. Journal of Dairy Science 52(1): 84-89

Pacific Northwest, Aberdeen, Idaho. The National Potato-Breeding Program US Dep. Agric., 26-37

Pacific Silver Fir. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Pap. Pacif. Nthwest. For. Range Exp. Sta, PNW-21, 84

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Pacific coast canned fruits F.O.B. price relationships 1968-69. Cling peaches, pears, freestone peaches, apricots, fruit cocktail, apples and applesauce. Giannini Fan Res. Rep. Calif. Agric. Exp. Stn, Berkeley, Calif., 302, 45

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Package loading of sawn timber into sea-going vessels. Lesn. Prom, 12, 13-5

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Package programme in Pali. Khadi Gramodyog (Bombay), Jan. 10: 4, 318-323

Package quantities of instant nonfat dry milk. Vol. Prod. Stand, Washington, DC 20402, USA: Department of Commerce., PS37-70, 6. Price: 10 cents,

Package taint of pasteurized milk of varying fat content. Officieel Org. K. ned. Zuivelbond, 63: 14, 342-43

Package testing of retail butter packs. Mejeritidskr. Finl. Svenskbygd. 29: 2, 44-48

Package transport of lumber on the Yenisei. Lesn. Prom, 3, 10-1

Package transport of mining timber. Lesn. Prom, 7, 7-10

Package transport of wood in ships. Lesn. Prom, 6, 9-10

Packaged heat. Amer. Fruit Gr. 88: 1, 16-17

Packaged ice cream from a vertical freezer. Ice Cream froz. Confect, 23: 9, 536-537

Packaged lumber shipments. Lesn. Prom, 9, 11-3

Packaged milk products have six-week shelf life with aseptic processing system at Ryan Milk. Fd. Process. Putman Publishing Co., Putman Publishing Building, lll E.Delaware Place, Chicago, Illinois 60611, USA, 30: 10, 38-40

Packaged transport of roundwood. Lesn. Prom, 10, 23-5

Packages conforming to market requirements in dairy industry. Fette Seif en AnstrMittel. 69: 4, 302-08

Packaging Cottage cheese and other cultured dairy products. Milk Dlr. 54: 5, 44-48

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Packaging and environmental hygiene. Landbouwk. Tijdschr. Wageningen., 84: 3, 81-87

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Packaging bulk cheese at the store and the central warehouse. Mktg Res. Rep. U.S. Dep. Agric, 706: 15

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Packaging cheese in polymer films. Sov. Torg, 10, 26-27

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Packaging equipment manufactured in Czechoslovakia. Prum. Potravin, 23; 3: 1; 1, 13-18

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