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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 14655

Chapter 14655 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

Root rot of canning and freezing peas in Sweden. Acta Agr Scans 17(2/3): 101-107

Root rot of capsicums caused by Phytophthora capsici. Anales del Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agrarias, Proteccion Vegetal, 1, 9-42

Root rot of citrus in India. Indian Hort, 11: 1, 15-17; 26. bibl. 2

Root rot of cucumbers. Zasc. Rast, 13: 5, 16

Root rot of cyclamen. Vakbl. Bloemist, 20: 948

Root rot of cyclamen and its control. Gartenwelt. 64: 28-9

Root rot of hyacinths. Weekbl. BloembollCult, 75: 143

Root rot of pansy (Viola X wittrockiana). Z. PflKrankh, 72: 5-29. bibl. 35

Root rot of peas. Zasc. Rast, 13: 2, 22-3

Root rot of processing bean in Wisconsin. Plant Dis. Reptr. 50: 578-80. bibl. 6

Root rot of sainfoin under the conditions of the Kuban' steppe. Results of work at the IVth All-Union Conference on immunity in Agricultural Plants, Kisinev., Part III, 75-77

Root rot of sorghum hybrids. Miss. Fm. Res, 28: 2, 8 p

Root rot of southern hardwood trees caused by Corticium galactinum. Plant Dis Report 51(6): 500-501

Root rot of the Avocado. Qd agric. J, 96: 6, 412-14

Root rot of winter Wheat in North Osetia and dependence of its development on sowing time. Trudy gorsk. sel'.-khoz. Inst, 24: 163-166

Root rot of winter Wheat in fields protected by forest belts in the highly arid zone of the Stavropol' region. Nauch. Trudy Stavropol. s.-kh. Inst, 1: 34, 234-238

Root rot of young Maize plants and certain mycological factors pertaining to the soil. Phyfophylactica. 1: 2, 51-55

Root rot of young Maize plants-the causal fungi. S. Afr. J. agric. Sci, 11: 3, 595-604

Root rot resistant shelter plantings. N.Z. Jl. Agric, 119: 6, 112-115

Root rot resistant trees and shrubs. N.Z. Gdnr, 26: 9, 34-5; 37

Root rot tolerance in new alfalfa strains now available to plant breeders. Calif Agr 21(4): 6

Root rot. An approach to its control. Canad. Agric, 11: 6-7

Root rots and infection of Wheat grains. Trudy vses. Inst. Zashch. Rast, 25: 122-126

Root rots and their control under conditions of the Kemerovo region. Tr. Kemer. s.-kh. opyt. St, 5, 89-91

Root rots of Alfalfa and Red Clover. Bull. W. Va Univ. agric. Exp. Stn, 585: 32

Root rots of Apple trees in Nelson. Orchard. NZ, 39: 9, 333

Root rots of Wheat. Zashch. Rast., Mosk, 13: 9, 12-14

Root rots of Wheat. Zashch. Rast, Mosk., 16: 6, 14-15

Root rots of cereals and control measures against them. Kornevye gnili khlebnykh zlakov i mery bor'by s nimi, 128. Price: 94 k

Root rots of cereals in the USSR. Mikol. i Fitopatol. 5: 2, 148-155

Root rots of cereals. III. Bot Rev 31(4): 505-536

Root secretion of amino acids in vegetable seedlings. Izvestiya Timiryazevsko! Sel'skokhozyalstvennol Akademii, 4, 232-235

Root secretions and growth of seedlings of tree species. Vestn. s.-kh. NaukiNo, 4: 132-136

Root secretions and the growth of seedlings of tree species. Vestn. sel'sk. Nauki, 10: 4, 132-6

Root secretions of maize and their effect on some aspects of the vital activity of soybean plants. Fiziologiya Rast, 12: 847-853

Root structure reflects differential aluminum tolerance in wheat varieties. Agron J 60(2): 172-176

Root studies. Rep. Wds. For. Rep. S. Aust, 67, publ. 1968. 21

Root studies and practical forestry. Tidsskr. Skogbr, 79: 3, 267-75

Root studies in irrigated tree plantations. Pamphl. For. Res. Educ. Proj. For. Dep. Sudan. 29, 50

Root studies on forest trees in Baden-Wurttemburg. SchrReihe Landesforstverw. Bad. Wurttemb, 33, 117

Root studies on horticultural crops. Groent. en Fruit. 22: 1657

Root studies on some selected grasses in eastern Nepal. Indian Forester, 93: 6, 400-6. Bibl. 3

Root sucker origin on Bitternut Hickory. Bi-m. Res. Notes Dep. For. Can, 22: 4, 2

Root suckering in Albizia procera. For. Sci, 16: 2, 146-7

Root suckers in Quercus pubescens and Tilia tomentosa. Rev. roum. Biol. (Ser. Bot.). 14: 6, 369-74

Root suckers in coffee. Indian Coffee, 35: 7, 253-254

Root surface fungi of Crotalaria. Pl. Soil, 30: 34-40

Root system and productivity of wheat. Sborn. nauc. Rab. cuvas. Otd. vses. bot. Obsc. (Rec. sci. Wk. Cuvas Sect. Ail-Un. bot. Soc.). 1, 36-44

Root system and root ecology of Tilia europaea L. (var. platyphyllos et var. cordata). Acta Universitatis Carolinae (Biologica), Praha. Suppl. 1, 85. 8 pp

Root system characteristics in radioinduced mutant lines of Triticum durum. Riv. Agron, 3: 2/3, 2-7

Root system development in Haloxylon persicum and H. aphyllum. Jzv. Akad. Nauk turkmen. SSR (Ser. biol. Nauk), 4, 37-45. Bibl. 10

Root system development in Populus nigra var. Italica and P. X berolinensis in relation to method propagation. Kornevaja sistema i produktivnost' sel'skohozjajstvennyh rastenij, Izdatel'stvo 'Urozaj',Kiev, USSR: 151-7

Root system development in pea plants. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike Genetike i Selektsii, 45: 3, 27-34

Root system development in tomato plants of different ages. Bragantia, 29: 10, 105-113

Root system formation in rice Plant and soil environment. Proc. Crop Sci. Soc. Japan. 38: 3, 434-41. Bibl. 7

Root system of Dolichos lablab in a Mas-sape-Salmourao soil. Bragantia, 26: 213-217

Root system of Dolichos lablab in a reddish-yellow podzol soil. Bragantia, 26: 16, 213-17. Bibl. 2

Root system of Eucalyptus globulus. Pubbl. Cent. Sper. Agric. For., Roma. 10: 2, 135-47

Root system of Gossypium barbadense. Vest. sel'.-khoz. Nauki, Mosk, 4, 123-5

Root system of Juglans nigra in young plantations. Lesn. Z., Arhangel'sk. 12: 2, 151-5

Root system of cotton grown on stony soil and role of fertilizers in its development. Dokl. Akad. Nauk tadzhik. SSR. 13: 4, 46-9

Root system of fodder yellow lupin and its role in accumulation of biological N in sandy soil. Biologicheskii azot v zemledelii nechernozemnoi zony SSSR. [Biological N in crop husbandry in the non-chernozem zone of the USSR

Root system of seedlings of various ecotypes of crab and some other apple species in the nursery under the conditions of the Ararat plain of the Armenian SSR. Armen, sci.-res. Inst. Vit. Wine-mak. Hort, 6-7, 421-27

Root system of sugar beet as a character for selection in breeding. Visn. sil's'kogosp. Nauk. (Rec. agric. Sci.). 6, 24-28

Root system of the oil palm and water uptake. Oleagineux, 24: 327-330

Root system of tropical trees 1. Ectotrophic mycorrhizae of Afzelia africana Sm. Preslia. 39: 1, 59-65

Root system of tropical trees 2. Features of the root system of Iroko (Chlorophora excelsa Benth. et Hook.). Preslia. 40: 1, 21-7

Root system of tropical trees 5. The peg-roots and the pneumathodes of Laguncularia racemosa Gaertn. Preslia. 42: 2, 105-13

Root system of tropical trees. 3. The heterorhizis of Aeschynomene elaphroxylon (Guill. et Perr.) Taub. Preslia. 41: 3, 220-6

Root system of tropical trees. 4. The stilted peg-roots of Xylopia staudtii Engl. et Diels. Preslia. 42: 1, 25-32

Root system of tropical trees. 6. The aerial roots of Entandrophragma angolense (Welw.) C. DC. Preslia. 43: 1, 1-4

Root system of tropical trees. 7. The facultative peg-roots of Anthocleista nobilis G. Don. Preslia. 43: 2, 97-104

Root systems and crop productivity. Kiev : 'Urozhai', 204. Price: 1.52 roubles

Root systems and plant nutrition-some new approaches. Endeavour. 29: 107, 60-6. Bibl. 31

Root systems in Pine stands of medium age. Arch. Forstw, 16: 6/9, 775-9

Root systems of Betula ermanii in the conditions of central Kamchatka. Sbornik Trudov Dal'nevost. Nauc. Issled. Inst. Lesn. Hoz, 7, 529-34

Root systems of Melilotus alba grown on solonets soils. Vest, sel'-khoz. Nauki, Alma-ata, 10, 12-16. Bibl. 1

Root systems of Norway Spruce in provenance trial plots in the Beskid Mts. Prace Vyzkum. Ust. Lesn. Hosp. Mysl., Zbraslav-Strnady. 33, 101-26

Root systems of Tamarack growing on peatland. Bi-m. Res. Notes, Ottawa. 25: 1, 2

Root systems of apple trees as affected by various dominating factors. Zuchter. 34: 59-67. bibl. 10

Root systems of bindweed, blueweed, woollyleaf bursage and silverleaf nightshade. Abstr. Meet. Weed Sci. Soc. Am, 145

Root systems of certain trees and shrubs, and their suitability for biological reinforcement of the banks of mountain streams. Ochrona Przyrody, Krakow. 35: 101-59

Root systems of deciduous trees. Proc. 43rd Int. Shade Tree Conf. 1968. 30-9

Root systems of four desert grassland species on grazed and protected sites. J Range Manage 19(2): 93-95

Root systems of peach trees killed by asphyxia. Progr. agric, Bologna, 13: 907-14

Root systems of some desert Plants at Churu, Rajasthan. Indian Forester, 94: 3, 240-6. Bibl. 14

Root systems of some field crops in the Dzhurun desert-steppe. Izv. Akad. Nauk kazakh. SSR (Ser. Biol. Nauk). 1, 79-83. bibl. 5

Root systems of some woody plants in the Karabakh plain. Tr. Azerb. NII Lesn. Khoz. i Agrolesomelior, 10: 120-32

Root systems of vetch and oats in pure and mixed crops. Izv. Akad. Nauk beloruss. SSR (Ser. biol. Nauk), 2, 28-32. Bibl. 22

Root systems of woolyleaf franseria (Franseria tomentosa) and Texas blueweed (Helianthus ciliaris). Proc. 18th sth. Weed Control Conf, 649-51

Root temperature and CO2exchange in shoots of Lolium perenne L. and Dactylis gtomerata L. Wirtschaftseigene Futter. 17: 3, 212-217

Root temperature and carbohydrate status of young cotton plants. Crop Sci 8(1): 67-70

Root temperature and root-hair infection of Tri-folium subterraneum L. cv. Cranmore. Plant & Soil. 32: 518-20

Root temperature and susceptibility to 2,4-D in three species. Weeds 14(2): 121-124

Root temperature and transpiration influences on atrazine absorption and translocation. Abstr. Meet. Weed Soc. Am, 39-40

Root tip injury and development of the Paper Birch root system. For. Sci, 17: 3, 341-8

Root tip. Reprint from McGraw-Hill Yearb. Sci. Tech, 366-7. bibl. 11

Root tracing by two-layer radioisotope application. Int J A Ppl Radiat Isotop 17(10): 573-581

Root training by plastic tubes. 2. Geotropic reaction of the roots of several species. Agron. J, 58: 3, 359-61. Bibl. 4

Root training by plastic tubes. III. Soil aeration appraised by tube-grown plants. Agron. J, 58: 483-6. bibl. 5

Root triterpenes of Vaccinium species. Phyto-chemistry, 7: 1379-83. bibl. 13

Root vegetable crops. Izd. balgar. Akad. Nauk, 186. bibl. 5

Root vernalization of Cichorium intybus L. Proc. kon. ned. Akad. Wetensch. 67: 307-12. bibl. 6

Root weevil in tea nurseries. Tea. 4: 4, 9; 11; 13-14. bibl. 3

Root weight of perennial grasses and a method for assessing it. Ved. Pr. vysk. Ust. Luk Pasienkov Banskej Bystrici, 2: 171-83. bibl. 14

Root yield and market quality of carrots as influenced by chemical fertilizers. Indian J. Hort, 27: 48-53. bibl. 23

Root yield and quality of sugar-beet on chernozem soil. Agrokhimiya, 1, 30-6. Bibl. 17

Root, callus, and cell suspension cultures, from Atropa belladonna, L. and Atropa belladonna, cultivar lutea Doll. Ann. Bot, Lond., 33: 647-56. bibl. 16

Root- and butt-rot of conifers caused by Fomes annosus, with special reference to inoculum dispersal and control of the disease in New York. Mem. Cornell Univ. agric. Exp. Stn. 391: 54

Root-absorbed herbicides and soil micro-organisms. Vestnik Akademii Nauk Kazakhskoi SSR, 27: 3, 35-40. Bibl. 15

Root-canker disease of apples caused by Penio-phora sacrata. N.Z. J. Bot, 7: 262-79. bibl. 18

Root-differentiating properties of some glycosides and polycyclic phenolic compounds found in apple and pear fruits. J. hort. Sci, 45: 69-74. bibl. 26

Root-differentiating properties of some simple aromatic substances of the apple and pear fruit. J Hort Sci 42(3): 429-438

Root-exploration rate : a new concept in the study of soil-water removal by plants. Sci. Sol, 2, 3-20

Root-grafting and the accumulation of P32 in the leaves, stem and root system of Fraxinus angustifolia in the sapling stage. Sum. List. 91: 11/12, 482-91

Root-growth relationship of juvenile White Spruce, Alpine Fir, and Lodgepole Pine on three soils in the interior of British Columbia. Publ. For. Serv. Can, 1276., 10

Root-infecting Fusarium species in relation to rootworm infestations in Corn. Phytopathology. 59: 11, 1613-1617

Root-inhabiting insects as possible vectors of Ceratocystis fagacearum (Bretz) Hunt. Dissert. Abstr, 29B: 5, 1541

Root-knot eebvorms in glasshouses. Adv. Leafl. Minist. Agric, Lond., 307: 5

Root-knot eelworm in Cotton fields of Turkmen. Transactions of the All-Union symposium on Cotton wilt control, Tashkent, Izdat. Uzbekistan., 01

Root-knot eelworms in glasshouses. Adv. Leafl. Minist. Agric, Lond, 307: 4

Root-knot histogenesis. Contrib Boyce Thompson Inst Plant Res 22(8): 471-489

Root-knot nema-tode population measurement in soil for use in a nematode advisory service. Diss. Abstr, 25: 3778

Root-knot nematode control on strawberry. Nematologica, 13: 152-3

Root-knot nematode damage to date palm seedlings in relation to germination and stage of development. Rep. 41st annu. Date Grs' Inst, Coachella, 10-14. bibl. 11

Root-knot nematode found on London Plane trees (in the USA). Plant Dis. Reptr, 55: 3, 280

Root-knot nematode infectivity and host response in relation to soil types. Meded. Rijksfac. LandbWet. Gent. 33: 4, 1633-1641

Root-knot nematode infestation of young tea plants and other host species. Menara Perk, 37: 10/11/12, 22-8. bibl. 12

Root-knot nematode on African Bermuda grass in New Mexico. Plant Disease Reporter, 48: 12, 964-965

Root-knot nematode on Ponderosa Pine in New Mexico. Plant Dis. Reptr, 50: 2, 126

Root-knot nematode populations on peaches in Florida. Proc. Fla. hort. Soc, 342-44

Root-knot nematode resistance in fig seedlings. La. Agric, 10: 4, 14-15

Root-knot nematode resistance in snap beans: breeding and nature of resistance. J. Amer. Soc. hort. Sci, 95: 640-5. bibl. 29

Root-knot nematode. A serious threat to tomato crop. Indian Hort, 14: 1, 15-17

Root-knot nematode: potential threat to Kaatoan Bangkal (Anthocephalus chinensis (Roxb.) Miq.). Res. Note Reforest. Admin. Phillipines. 2., 5

Root-knot nematodes In glasshouse roses. Meded. Dir. Tuinb, 31: 299-304

Root-knot nematodes and bacterial nodulation in soybean. Curr. Sci, 40: 3, 69-70

Root-knot nematodes and hydroponics. Zasc. Rast. Vred. Bolez, 9: 8, 16-17

Root-knot nematodes and lucerne. Fmg S. Afr, 41: 9, 13; 15

Root-knot nematodes as a problem on the ground cover Hydrocotyle sibthorpioides. Plant Dis Reporter 48(4): 307

Root-knot nematodes in Haryana and its control. Haryana agric. Univ.J. Res, 1: 1, 101-104

Root-knot nematodes in Trinidad. In : Peachey, J. E. Tech. Commun. Commonw. Bur. Helminth, 40, 155-161

Root-knot nematodes in the Kara-Kalpak ASSR. Zashch. Rast. Vredit. Bolez, 1, 57 p

Root-knot nematodes in tomato. Indian Fmg, 20: 5, 44

Root-knot nematodes of leguminous covers in rubber plantations. J Rubber Res Inst Malaya 18(3): 146-150

Root-knot nematodes, Meloidogyne spp., of sugar-cane in Taiwan. J. agric. Ass. China. 68, 47-55

Root-knot of vegetables. III. Factors affecting hatching of eggs of Meloidogyne javanica javanica (Treub, 1885) Chitw. 1949 and M. incognita incognita (Kofoid & White, 1919) Chitw. 1949. Indian Phytopathology, 17: 2, 88-97

Root-knot of vegetables: Part IV-Relation between population density of Meloidogyne javanica and Meloidogyne incognita var. acrita. and root and shoot growth of tomato seedlings. Indian J. exp. Biol, 3: 197-8. bibl. 4

Root-lesion nematodes (Pratylenchus spp.) in Britain and their identification. PI. Path, 19: 2, 59-64

Root-lesion nematodes associated with forage legumes in the Maritime Provinces. Can. PL Dis. Surv, 47: 3, 87-88

Root-lesion nematodes can be controlled in Easter lily planting. Lily Yearb. N. Amer. Lily Soc. Inc., No. 21, 21, 53-6

Root-nodulated non-leguminous forest trees. Malay. Forester. 32: 4, 434-7

Root-nodule bacteria for some cultivated species of Trifolium. J. Aust. Inst. agric. Sci, 34: 4, 224-7. Bibl. 16

Root-nodule formation in non-leguminous angiosperms. Plant & Soil Spec, 317-24

Root-nodule mycorrhiza of Podocarpus. Proc. 14th Congr. Int. Union For. Res. Organ., Munich Pt. V, Sect. 24, 1967. 158-71

Root-pressure exudation in woody plants. Bot Gaz 126(2): 108-115

Root-promoting substances in Salix alba. Physiol. Plant., Copenhagen. 23: 1, 159-70

Root-promoting substances in willow diffusate. Plant Physiol, 39: Suppl, lxvii

Root-rhizome relationships in fire-treated stands of big bluestem, Andropogon gerardi Vitman. Am. Midi. Nat, 80: 1, 268-71. Bibl. 5

Root-rot and physiological wilt of Cotton. Annual Report of the Gezira Research Station and Substations, Republic of the Sudan . 1964-65. 79-82

Root-rot disease of Maize caused by nonsporing Basidiomycete fungus. Agric. Res. Rev., Cairo, 46: 4, 53-75

Root-rot disease of Paddy. JNKVV Res. Jnl. 2: 2, 134

Root-rot microorganisms and their connexion with the resistance of grape varieties to Phylloxera. Dokl. vses. Akad. sel'skohoz. Nauk. Lenin. (Rep. All-Un. Lenin Acad. agric. Sci.), 9, 17

Root-rot of Arachis hypogaea seedlings caused by Pythium debaryanum. Curr. Sci, 39: 2, 44

Root-rot of Colocasia antiquorum Schott caused by Botryodiplodia theobromae Pat. in Maharashtra State. Indian Jnl Microbiol. 8: 1, 45-46

Root-rot of Maize caused by Marasmiellus inoderma. Trans. Br. mycol. Soc, 54: 1, 123-126

Root-rot of kenaf. Len Konop, 2, 26-7

Root-shoot hormone relations. 1. The importance of an aerated root system in the regulation of growth hormone levels in the shoot of Helianthus annuus. Ann. Bot, Lond, 28: 109, 17-35. bibl. 28

Root-shoot hormone relations. 2. Changes in endogenous auxin concentration produced by flooding of the root system in Helianthus annuus. Ann. Bot. Lond, 28: 109, 37-45. bibl. 9

Root-shoot ratio in irrigated plants. Biol Plant Acad Sci Bohemoslov 7(2): 129-135

Root-shoot ratio of vegetation in some meadow and pasture associations. Novenytermeles. 18: 2, 49-58. Bibl. 49

Root-shoot ratios of native forest herbs and Zea mays at different soil-moisture levels. Ecology. 51: 5, 892-3. Bibl. 7

Root-stock problems in apricot culture. Mitt. Klosterneuburg, 19: 215-20

Root-stock trials with Prune d'Ente plums. Informac. tec. econ. agrar, 1: 1, 168-71

Root-surface absorption zone as related to the diffusion of immobile ions in soil. Rep. Taiwan Sug. Exp. Sta, 35: 91-106

Root-surface mycoflora of soybean in relation to soil temperature and moisture in a field environment. Canadian Journal of Soil Science. 52: 2, 199-208

Root-system development. "Soil-moisture and Irrigation Studies". Proc. Panel FAO/IAEA, Vienna, 1967. 83-96

Root-zone temperature effects on the early development of maize. Pl. Soil. 26: 2, 224-34. Bibl. 13

Root-zone temperature effects on the vascular development of adventitious roots in Zea mays. Bot Gaz 127(2/3): 153-158

Root/above-ground stand relationships in Spruce stands growing on drained peatlands. Commun. Inst. For. Fenn, 68: 2, 38

Rootball fertilization with P in vegetable growing. Dtsche Gartenb. 14: 320-2. bibl. 18

Rooting Balsam Fir cuttings for Christmas trees. Bi-m. Res. Notes, Ottawa. 25: 2, 10

Rooting Sassafras cuttings. Tree Plant. Notes. 21: 2, 28-9

Rooting ability and stem age in vines. Lucrari Stiintifice, Institutul Agronomic "N. Balcescu", B, 12, 457-465

Rooting ability of Merion Kentucky bluegrass sod grown on mineral and muck soil. Agron. J, 62: 517-20. bibl. 5

Rooting ability of Pine cuttings and its promotion. Bull. For. Exp. Sta., Meguro, Tokyo. 179, 99-125

Rooting and growth in bear-berry cuttings. I. The effect of substrate and age of cuttings on rooting. Trudy Akademii Nauk Litovskoi SSR, 1: 54, 135-142

Rooting and stability in Sitka Spruce. Bull. For. Comm., Lond, 40, 28. Price: 8s

Rooting and water relations in year-round chrysanthemums on three Westland farms. Rooting and water relations in year-round chrysanthemums on three Westland farms, Bedrijfsontwikkeling, 3: 2, 205-206

Rooting apple stocks by layering. Ponen. Comun. Asoc. Tec. diplom. C.I.D.A.D.E., Patrones de Frutales de Hueso y Pepita. I, 4

Rooting avocado cuttings. Proc. Fla St. hort. Soc., 1965. 77: 358-62. bibl. 11

Rooting behavior of three clonal apple stocks. Arkans. Fm Res, 18: 5, 8

Rooting characteristics of native grassland species in Saskatchewan. J Ecol 53(2): 475-507

Rooting charateristics and varietal tolerance of sugar-cane to diuron. Weed Res, 11: 135-42

Rooting cocoa cuttings, a new technique. World Crops. 16: 2, 61-3

Rooting cofactors, indoleacetic acid, and adventitious root initiation in mung bean cuttings (Phaseolus aureus). Can. J. Bot, 48: 5, 943-6. Bibl. 10

Rooting cuttings of Canada Hemlock. Plant Propagator, Rutgers. 17: 1, 5-9

Rooting cuttings of Sargent hemlock. Amer. Nurserym, 122: 7, 62-3

Rooting cuttings of brachyblasts of Pinus pinaster. C.R. Acad. Sci., Paris. 258: 24, 5964-5

Rooting cuttings of shrub species for planting in California wildlands. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Pap. Pacif. Sthwest. For. Range Exp. Sta, PSW-213, 3

Rooting cuttings under artificial mist on the State farm Pamjat' Il'ica in the Moscow region. Dokl. mosk. sel'.-hoz. Akad. K.A. Timirjazeva, 111 (part II), 17-26. bibl. 7

Rooting cuttings under mist spray: conifers. Jaarb. Proefsta. Boomkwek. Boskoop 1965. 44-6

Rooting epiphytic cacti under mist. Gdnrs' Chron, 159: 30-1

Rooting experiments on red clover with beta -indoleacetic acid and 2,4-dichloro-phenoxyacetic acid. Angew. Bot, 38: 4, 133-7. Bibl. 11

Rooting failure of chrysanthemum cuttings resulting from excess sodium or potassium. Phyto Pathology 56(6): 713-717

Rooting gaylussacia, a new ground cover. American Nurseryman, 134: 7, 8; 62; 63

Rooting habit of adventitious roots in white clover. J. Jap. Soc. Grassld Sci, 14: 2, 116-18

Rooting habits and moisture use of Coastal and common Bermudagrasses. J. Soil Wat. Conserv, 21: 4, 133-5. Bibl. 9

Rooting hardwood cuttings of Bartlett pear. Annales de l'Amelioration des Plantes, 21: 4, 423-443

Rooting hybrid rhododendron cuttings. Gdnrs' Chron, 165: 17, 24-5

Rooting investigation with carnations. Vakblad Bloemist, 23: 461

Rooting lowbush blueberry cuttings under nutrient mist. Canada Agric, 15: 2, 16

Rooting of Douglas-Fir and Western Hemlock cuttings. Bi-m. Res. Notes, Ottawa. 25: 3, 22

Rooting of Picea cuttings in plastic tubes. Canad. J. For. Res, 1: 2, 125-9

Rooting of Pitch Pine stump sprouts. Tree Plant. Notes. 70, 7-8

Rooting of Poa annua L., Poa pratensis L., and Agrostis palustris Huds. at three soil bulk densities. Agronomy Journal. 64: 1, 66-68

Rooting of Protea odorata Thunb. cuttings. S. Afr. J. agric. Sci, 8: 1173; 1175. bibl. 2

Rooting of Walnut cuttings. C.R. Acad. Agric. France. 51: 18, 1183-90

Rooting of avocado cuttings under artificial mist spray. Israel J. Bot, 12: 142

Rooting of azalea cuttings. Arch. Gartenb, 14: 469-78. bibl. 17

Rooting of azalea cuttings under mist. Dtsche Gartenb, 14: 78

Rooting of bananas under the conditions existing at Neufchateau Station, Guadeloupe. Fruits d'Outre Mer, 25: 847-59. bibl. 3

Rooting of bottle grafts of Pinus caribaea Mor. Malay. Forester. 27: 1, 72

Rooting of branches of Fagus sylvatica. Roczn. Dendrol. Polsk. Tow. Bot, 25: 161-4

Rooting of carnation cuttings. Bull. Colo. Flower Grs' Ass, 206, 1-6. bibl. 5

Rooting of certain tree and shrub species on ash dumps. Sylwan. 114: 7, 45-50

Rooting of chrysanthemum cuttings in peat as influenced by calcium. Proc Amer Soc Hort Sci 89: 626-630

Rooting of citrus leaf cuttings. Proc Amer Soc Hort Sci 86: 213-219

Rooting of cutting in various fractions of perlite and vermiculite. Bjull. Glavn. Bot. Sada, Maskov. 68, 84-7

Rooting of cuttings. Rep. For. Res. Inst. N.Z. For. Serv, 21-2

Rooting of cuttings and pH-value. Zierpflanzenbau. 5: 161-2

Rooting of cuttings as influenced by the photo-period of the stock plant. Comb. Proc. int. Plant Prop. Soc, 15: 186-90. bibl. 5

Rooting of cuttings as influenced by the photoperiod of the stock plant. Proc. Pl. Propag. Soc., Lafayette, Ind, 15: 186-90

Rooting of cuttings from second-growth Redwood trees and sprouts may be practical. Tree Plant. Notes. 18: 1, 13

Rooting of cuttings in populations of peach (Prunus persica L.), almond (Prunus amygdalus Batsch.) and their F1 hybrid. Proc. Amer. Soc. hort. Sci, 88: 219-23. bibl. 4

Rooting of cuttings of Pinus caribaea var. hondurensis. Revista Ceres, Vicosa. 18: 98, 270-8

Rooting of cuttings of large-flowered rhododendron varieties. Gartenwelt. 67: 283-5

Rooting of feijoa cuttings in relation to the biological characteristics of the shoot. Subtropicheskie Kul'tury, 4, 116-123

Rooting of grasses as affected by siduron. Abstr. Meet. Weed Soc. Am, 26

Rooting of hybrid lilac cuttings in outdoor beds. Plant Propagator, 16: 2, 14-17

Rooting of leaf-bud cuttings of Rubus neglectus inhibited by gibberellin. Proc Amer Soc Hort Sci 87: 238-239

Rooting of mango cuttings. Indian Agriculturist, 10: 147-51. bibl. 6

Rooting of mango cuttings under mist. Curr. Sci, 37: 144-6. bibl. 5

Rooting of needle bundles. Jour Forest 62(3): 181-182

Rooting of needle fascicles from Western White Pine seedlings. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Intermt. For. Range Exp. Sta, INT -80, 6

Rooting of pear cuttings as related to carbohydrates, nitrogen, and rest period. Proc Amer Soc Hort Sci 88: 145-150

Rooting of pecan cuttings. Fmg S. Afr, 44: 9, 15-17. bibl. 4

Rooting of rose cuttings. Nord. JordbrForskn, 52: 136-7. bibl. 1

Rooting of softwood cuttings in relation to external conditions. Sbornik Nauchnykh Rabot, Nauchno Issledovatel'skii Zonal'nyi Institut Sadovodstva Nechernozemnoi Polosy, 3, 242-246

Rooting of split Gmelina arborea stem cuttings. Res. Note Bur. For. Philippines. 78, 2

Rooting of stem cuttings of Eucalyptus: a rooting inhibitor in adult tissue. Aust. J. Bot, 18: 2, 175-83

Rooting of summer cuttings of woody species in various substrates. Bjull. Glavn. Bot. Sada, Moskva. 56, 89-94

Rooting of tea in the field under irrigation. Quart. News. Lett. Tea Res. Found. cent. Afr, 14, 3-6

Rooting of the sward with examples of factors affecting it. Rasen, Turf, Gazon, 2: 4, 112-115

Rooting of turf grasses. Rasen, Turf, Gazon, 1: 15-16

Rooting of unbuckled and budded citrus cuttings. J. Rio Grande Valley hort. Soc, 23: 10-17. bibl. 17

Rooting of woody cuttings. The effect of applied auxin and some other factors. Nord. JordbrForskn, 52: 134-6

Rooting olive soft-wood cuttings under water mist. Dec. Fruit Gr, 19: 60-2. bibl. 5

Rooting pattern and amount of biomass added to soil by three winter forage legumes of Northern India. Indian J. agric. Sci, 39: 1044-1049

Rooting patterns of forest under-story species as determined by radioiodine absorption. Ecology. 49: 6, 1146-51

Rooting patterns of soybean varieties. Agron. Abst. Madison, 48 p

Rooting peach stem cuttings. Proc. 17th int. hort, Congr. Md, 1966. 1:

Rooting pear shoots in the crown. Sadovodstvo. 5, 23

Rooting pittosporum. Amer. Nurserym, 126: 7, 16, 67-8. bibl. 4

Rooting plain and heel cutting of Spruce. Commonw. For. Rev, 50: 1, 28-31

Rooting response of Pittosporum tobira variegatum as affected by 3-indolebutyric acid, rooting media and age of wood. Proc. Fla St. hort. Soc. 1964. 76: 480-3. bibl. 16

Rooting response of four ornamental species propagated in various media. Proc. Fla St. hort. Soc., 1970. 82: 393-7. bibl. 9

Rooting response of upland rice to the physical and chemical characters of the soil. Agronomic Trapicale, 26: 3, 376-386

Rooting softwood cuttings of Larch. Proc. 16th Ntheast. For. Tree Impr. Conf., Quebec. 1969: 6-8

Rooting softwood cuttings of apricot treated with growth substances under mist. Novenytermeles, 18: 1, 45-51. bibl. 14

Rooting system of soybeans. II. Physiological effectiveness as nutrient absorption surfaces. Agron. J, 62: 585-88

Rooting systems of soybeans. 1. Differences in root morphology among varieties. Agron. J, 62: 5, 581-4. Bibl. 13

Rooting systems of soybeans. 2. Physiological effectiveness as nutrient absorption surfaces. Agron. J, 62: 5, 585-8. Bibl. 11

Rooting tests on some promising rootstocks and their effect on the yield of first class dessert and wine vine cultivars. Lozarstvo i Vinarstvo, 19: 8, 6-9

Rooting tests with semi-woody cuttings of hazel by mist treatment under glass. Atti Giorn. Stud. Prop. Spec, legn., Pisa. 1965. 184-90. bibl. 8

Rooting tests with the azalea varieties Hexe and Kirin. Atti Giorn. Stud. Prop. Spec. legn, Pisa, 160-3

Rooting trials with red-clover cuttings, using beta -indolylacetic acid and 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid. Angew. Bot, 38: 133-37

Rooting, shoot development, and flowering of Jack Pine needle fascicles. Silvae Genet, 13: 4, 118-23

Rooting, variety and age. Sadovodstvo, 12, 21-2

Rootings of cuttings of some cultivars of Willow and Poplar. Idia: Supl. for, 5, 89-106

Rootknot-eelworm resistance in some South American tuber-forming Solanum species. Amer. Potato J, 44: 370-75

Rootknoteelworm resistance in some South American tuber-forming Solarium species. Am. Potato J, 44: 10, 370-375

Rootlet length and some biochemical features of wheat seedlings having few or many roots. Trud. omsk. sel'skohoz. Inst, 69: 4, 83-87

Roots as Organs of Assimilation of Sulfate. Science 149(3683): 547-548

Roots as the best corn break. Fm Country, 223: 4172, 589-91

Roots compared with silage or artifically dried pelleted green forage. (a) Lucerne. Landokon. Forsogslab. Efterarsmode Arbog. 115-119

Roots compared with silage or artifically dried pelleted green forage. (b) Clover and grass. Landokon. Forsogslab. Efterarsmode Arbog. 119-123

Roots of Arrhenatherum elatius grown in different soil/climate zones. Zap. leningr. sel'.-khoz. Inst, 105: 2, 6-9. Bibl. 3

Roots of a Ponderosa Pine. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Pap. Intermt. For. Range Exp. Sta, INT-9, 10

Roots of apples on sandy soil. Sadovodstvo, 1, 33 p

Roots of the farm problem. Roots of the farm problem, Ames, Iowa: Iowa St. Univ. Press., ix + 224

Roots on scions. Sadovodstvo. 4, 19 p

Rootstock and chemical composition of roses. Hort Science 2(1): 18

Rootstock and fruit bearing. Sadovodstvo, 10, 30 p

Rootstock and interstock trials for three apricot varieties. Rep. Ont. hort. Exp. Stats Prod. Lab., 1965. 21-5. bibl. 6

Rootstock and resistance in apple trees. Zasc. Rast, 12: 3, 54-5

Rootstock and the drought resistance of the grafted tree. Sborn. nauc. Rab. nauc.-issled. Inst. Sadov. I.V. Micurina. 11, 81-4

Rootstock and yielding capacity. Sadovodstvo (Horticulture). 11, 26 p

Rootstock breeding for sweet cherries. Dtsch. Gartnerpost. 23: 3,

Rootstock effect on orange tree growth in calcareous soils. Agric. Res. Rev., Cairo, 46: 3, 1-4. bibl. 1

Rootstock evaluation for lemons on two soil types in Arizona. Proc Amer Soc Hort Sci 88: 280-290

Rootstock influence on apple cultivar disease susceptibility. Proc. 90th anna. Mtg Arkans. St. hort. Soc., 1970. 101-5 p. bibl. 5

Rootstock potentialities of F1 hybrids between peach (Prunus persica L.) and almond (Prunus amygdalus Batsch.). Proc. Amer. Soc. hort. Sci, 89: 100-9. bibl. 21

Rootstock problems. S. Afr. Citrus J, 428, 9; 11; 13; 15

Rootstock studies on subtropical pears. I. Nursery behaviour of different varieties on Pyrus pashia Buch. and Ham. and Pyrus communis L. rootstocks. Plant Sci, 1: 210-15. bibl. 7

Rootstock trial for guava (Psidium guajava L.). Allahabad Fmr, 38: 249-50. bibl. 4

Rootstock trials on the Yuma Mesa. Calif. Citrogr, 54: 113-16

Rootstock trials with Gravenstein, Ingrid Marie and James Grieve. Forskn. Fors. Landbr, 18: 153-63. bibl. 10

Rootstock trials with the apple varieties Gravenstein, Aker<o> and James Grieve. Forskn. Fors. Landbr, 17: 297-308. bibl. 2

Rootstock-scion interactions concerning wine making. I. Juice composition changes and effects on fermentation rate with St. George and 99-R rootstocks at two nitrogen fertilizer levels. Amer. J. Enol. Vitic, 19: 213-27. bibl. 25

Rootstock-scion interactions concerning wine making. II. Wine compositional and sensory changes attributed to rootstock and fertilizer level differences. Amer. J. Enol. Vitic, 19: 254-65. bibl. 16

Rootstock-scion relationships in hardiness of deciduous fruit trees. HortScience, 5: 418-21

Rootstock-scion-herbicide interrelationships in almonds. Proc Amer Soc Hort Sci 90: 56-60

Rootstocks and interstocks in high standard plum varieties. Acta Hort., int. Soc. hort. Sci, 10, Part II, 361-86. bibl. 4

Rootstocks and nutrition problems in apricot growing with reference to apricot die-back. Minist. Landw., Weinb. u. Forsten, Rheinland-Pfalz, Mainz, 66 + plates. bibl. 32

Rootstocks and pruning in relation to production. Proc. annu. Mtg Mass. Fruit Grs' Ass, 75: 51-9

Rootstocks and pruning systems. Tasm. J. Agric, 39: 127-35; 174-82

Rootstocks and the periodicity of bearing. Sadovodstvo, 10, 22 p

Rootstocks for Fruit Trees. Izda-tel'stvo "Kolos", Moskva, 495. Price: 87 kop. bibl. 124

Rootstocks for Roses: Characteristics and Cultural Value. Stichting Plant Propaganda Holland, Boskoop, 72. bibl. 10

Rootstocks for Valencia orange and Ruby Red grapefruit: results of a trial initiated at Fort Pierce in 1950 on two soil types. Citrus Ind, 45: 3, 12-16. bibl. 4

Rootstocks for apple and pears. Adv. Leafl. Minist. Agric, Lond., 335: 6

Rootstocks for apple trees. Tidsskr. Planteavl, 69: 367-73. bibl. 11

Rootstocks for apples. Tidsskr. Planteavl, 72: 669-71

Rootstocks for controlling mildew. Sadovodstvo (Horticulture). 2, 23

Rootstocks for fruit trees. Publ. Ont. Dep. Agric, 334: 21

Rootstocks for pears in the Goulburn valley. Vict. Hort. Dig, 10: 3, 21-3

Rootstocks for roses under glass. Erwerbsgartner, 23: 386-7

Rootstocks for stone fruits other than peaches. Informac. tec. econ. agrar, 1: 1, 137-52. bibl. 68

Rootstocks for tree fruits. Publ. Ont. Dep. Agric, 334: 18

Rootstocks for trench-grown lemons in Turkmenia. Izv. Akad. Nauk turkm. SSR, Ser. biol. Nauk, 4, 66-8

Rootstocks for tropical fruit trees. Trop. Abstr, 25: 145-51. bibl. 41

Rootstocks from root cuttings. Sadovodstvo, 9, 24-5

Rootstocks in fruit growing. Ital. agric, 105: 527-42

Rootstocks of pome-fruit trees. Arboric. fruit, 18: 205, 46-7; 49

Rootstocks raised in cubes. Sadovodstvo. 12, 25-6

Rootstocks that induce resistance to (apple) mildew. Sadovodstvo. 2, 23 p

Rootzone salt profiles and alfalfa growth as influenced by irrigation water salinity and leaching fraction. Agron. J, 61: 5, 783-5. Bibl. 2

Ropiness in cultured milk products. Biol. Kul'tiv. Mikroorg, 35-41

Rosa gattica in Czechoslovakia and Poland. Preslia. 36: 185-92. bibl. 28

Rosa rugosa oil. Oleagineux. 20: 383-5. bibl. 5

Rose Growing Complete. Faber and Faber, London., 296. Price: 42s, bibl. 124

Rose bengal as a selective aid in the isolation of fungi and actinomycetes from natural sources. Mycologia 64(2): 304-315

Rose bengal-malt extract-agar, a simple medium for the simultaneous isolation and enumeration of fungi and actinomycetes from soil. Applied Microbiology 16(1): 170-171

Rose black spot, Marssonina rosae. Flugbl. Bundesanst. PflSch, Wien., 116: 1 p

Rose breeding with the help of X-rays. Arch. Gartenb, 14: 81-8. bibl. 7

Rose clover for the dry country. Rur. Res. C.S.I.R.O, 55, 8-12. Bibl. 2

Rose colour break in New Zealand. N.Z. Gdnr. 23: 121-2

Rose colour break: a virus disease of Roses. N.Z. Jl agric. Res. 9: 4, 1070-1072

Rose comb and fertility in silver Spangled Hamburgs. Poultry Science 50(3): 867-869

Rose comb: an example of operational over-dominance in the domestic fowl. Genet. Res, Comb., 5: 379-383

Rose cultivation in hydroponics. Sborn. Rab. mosk. lesotehn. Inst, 13, 46-9

Rose fungicide trials-1965. Bull. Pa Flower Grs. 194, 1-2

Rose fungicide trials-1967. Bull. Pa Flower Grs, 210, 4-5

Rose fungicide trials-1969. Bull. Pa Flower Grs, 228, 2 p + back cover

Rose fungicide trials-1970. Bull. Pa Flower Grs, 236, 8-9

Rose growing for cut flowers. Inf. Ortoflorofruttic, 9: 6-12, 17-18

Rose growing in the trading account. Vakblad Bloemist. 23: 360-1

Rose growing on the Cote d'Azur. Pepinieristes, Horticulteurs, Maraichers, 91, 5239-49

Rose growing. I. II. Gartner Tidende, 86: 175-82

Rose leaf hopper in the orchard and nursery. Sadovodstvo, 3, 15-16

Rose leaflet susceptibility in vitro to powdery mildew infection. Amer. J. Bot, 51: 680

Rose mildew control with new materials. Dtsche Gartnerborse. 67: 117-18

Rose mosaic virus symptoms of the three types. N.Z. Gdnr, 21: 576-9

Rose nutrition on light sandy soils of the lower east coast of Florida. A.R. Fla agric. Exp. Stats, 141 p

Rose oil from flowers of Rosa damascena raised on saline alkali soils. Parfuem. Kosmet, 50: 384-386

Rose propagation by cuttings. I. Trials with growth substances, time of taking the cuttings, and overwintering. Tidsskr. Planteavl, 72: 327-34. bibl. 4

Rose research at Shardlow Hall. Gdnrs' Chron, 164: 26, 22-3

Rose rootstock experiments and breeding. Proc. 17th int. hort. Congr., Md, 1966. 1:

Rose rootstocks. Yalova Bahce Kult. Arast. Egit. Merk. Derg, 1: 3, 97-100. bibl. 5

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Rose rootstocks-performance and propagation from seed. Comb. Proc. int. Plant Prop. Soc, 19: 172-80

Rose seed germination. Amer. Nurserym, 121: 6, 11; 42-4

Rose seed germination in relation to stock production. Rose Annu., Lond., 129-35. bibl. 9

Rose spring dwarf, a graft-transmissible disease. Pl. Dis. Reptr. 55: 4, 294

Rose streak disease in Europe. Phytopath. Z, 58: 1, 92-95

Rose streak in Europe. Phytopath. Z, 58: 93-5. bibl. 5

Rose trials in Veitshochheim. Dtsche Gartnerborse. 67: 389

Rose virus diseases-preventive control. Dtsche Gartnerborse. 68: 420

Rose wilt or dieback-a new virus disease attacks Roses in California. Lasca Leaves. 20: 4, 88-89

Rose wilt virus in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research, 14: 3, 735-743

Roselawn St Augustinegrass as a perennial pasture forage for organic soils of south Florida. Bull. 689 Fla agric. Exp. Stn, 19. Bibl. 28

Rosellinia. Plant Dis. Reptr, 50: 4, 249-50

Rosellinia needle blight of Douglas Fir in California. Pl. Dis. Reptr, 50: 4, 249-250

Rosellinia thelena as a parasite of Oak seedlings. Arch. PflSch., Berl, 3: 3, 185-92

Rosemary and rosemary oil. Flavour Industry, 2: 11, 633-634

Rosemaund Experimental Husbandry Farm. Annual report No. 3. Rosemaund Experimental Husbandry Farm. Annual report No. 3, 21

Rosen's ninhydrin solution for the Beckman-Spinco amino acid analyzer. Analytical Biochemistry 22(3): 539-542

Roses. Izd. Krym. Simferopol. 134. Price: 75 kop,

Roses and blackspot. I. Pathogenicity to excised leaflets of Diplocarpon rosae from seven geographic locations. Phytopathology. 56: 11, 1277-1282

Roses and blackspot. II. Seasonal variation in host susceptibility and decline of virulence in culture of conidia from Diplocarpon rosae. Phytopathology. 56: 1283-6. bibl. 9

Roses and otto of roses hi Bulgaria. Flavour Ind, 1: 797-8

Roses and their importance in national floriculture. Inf. Ortofloro-fmttic, 7: 243-7

Roses for cut flowers. Part I. Informatore Agrario, 26: 42, 3255-3260

Roses for cut flowers. Part III. Informatore Agrario, 27: 2, 4021-4024

Roses for the Georgia Piedmont. Res. Bull. Ga agric. Exp. Stats. 11: 25. bibl. 4

Roses free of fungus. Agric. Res, Wash., 15: 3, 12

Roses from the south. Deutsche Gartnerborse, 71: 36, 755-756

Roses under Glass and Forcing Shrubs. Eugen Ulmer, Stuttgart 1969. 154. Price: DM. 19.50. bibl. 84

Roses under glass. Ital. agric, 102: 229-43

Rosewarne Experimental Horticulture Station and Ellbridge Sub-Station, 15th Report, 1969. Rosewarne Experimental Horticulture Station and Ellbridge Sub-Station, 15th Report 1970. 152

Rosewarne Experimental Horticulture Station and Ellbridge Sub-station. Eleventh Report 1965. Rosewarne Experimental Horticulture Station and Ellbridge Sub-station. Eleventh Report, Nat. Agric. Advis. Serv., 117

Rosewarne Experimental Horticulture Station and Ellbridge sub-station, Cornwall, 15th Report 1969. Rosewarne Experimental Horticulture Station and Ellbridge sub-station, Cornwall, 15th Report, 1969. 152

Rosewarne Experimental Horticulture Station and Ellbridge sub-station. Thirteenth report 1967. Nat. Agric. Advis. Serv, 165

Rosin content of stumpwood of Scots Pine tapped for resin. Latv. PSR Zinat. Akad. Vestis, Riga. 8, 55-9

Rossiiskii cheese. Rossiiskii cheese, Moscow: Izdatel'stvo 'Pishchevaya Promyshlennost''., 88

Rossiiskii cheese. Quality requirements for attested product. Gosud. Stand. Moscow, GOST 5.48-67, 5

Rossiiskii cheese. Technical requirements. Gosud. Stand, GOST 11041-64, 6

Rot damage to trunks and roots of injured Spruce trees. Transl. Environm. Can, OOENV-43, 10

Rot diseases of tree cuttings and their control. Bull Government Forest Exp Sta [Jap] 165: 1-293

Rot fungi. Ann. Phytopath., Paris. 1: Spec., 137-9

Rot fungus on living conifers. Transl. Dep. For. Can,

Rot of Birch caused by Coprinus micaceus. Bi-mon. Res. Notes. For. Products Lab., Ottawa, Ont., 24: 1, 9

Rot of date palm inflorescences in Israel. Summaries Lectures 1st Israel Congr. Plant Path, 99-100

Rot of gloxinia rhizomes caused by Thielaviopsis basicola. Inf. fitopat, 18: 151-2

Rot of peaches and other fruits caused by Colletotrichum gloeosporioides. Idia, 251, 14-21. bibl. 5

Rotacion de cultivos para el control de nematodos fitoparasiti-cos en el Valle del Cauca. Proc. Soil Crop Sci. Soc. Fla, 28: 276-279

Rotamilk Mk. II agitator unit. Test Rep. natn. Inst. Res. Dairy. 64C/17, 5

Rotary atomisation. Agric. Aviat, 12: 3, 85-90

Rotary barkers and their employment. Publ.] FAO/ECE Jt. Comm. Working Tech, LOG/SYMPOSIUM/2/9 + Add. 1, 12 + 3

Rotary cutting of the Poplar clone 'I-214' for the manufacture of matchboxes. Bull. Serv. Cult. Etud. Peuplier et Saule, Paris. 1, 37-40

Rotary cutting of wood with blunted cutters. Nauc. Trud. Leningr. Lesoteh. Akad, 106, 49-53

Rotary cutting veneer with a floating bar. For. Prod. J, 19: 10, 28-32

Rotary filter mud. Cane Grs' quart. Bull, 33: 129-31

Rotary hoe design for chemical incorporation. Proc. sth. Weed Conf, 1966. 512-15

Rotary milking parlour with tangential arrangement of stalls. Bedrijfsontwikkeling, 1: 6, 27-35

Rotary milking parlours. Revue Elev, 21: 6/7, 29-30; 33-34; 37-38; 41; 43

Rotary milking parlours. Handbk Artic. Milk Mktg Bd, Thames Ditton, 83, 5

Rotary plow and bedderpacker for site preparation. Tech. Release Amer. Pulpw. Ass, 71-R-55, 6

Rotary veneer cutting characteristics of young-growth Redwood. For. Prod. J, 19: 11, 26-30

Rotating access to water to improve semidesert cattle range near water. J. Range Mgmt. 23: 1, 22-6. Bibl. 5

Rotating maize with leguminous crops. Farming in South Africa, 47: 3, 23; 25

Rotating, a new gene affecting behavior and the inner ear in the mouse. J Hered 58(2): 69-72

Rotation and maize yield. Note on the effect of a rotation with soya or lucerne on maize yield. Agricultura trop, 24: 204-220

Rotation and profitability. Magyar Mezogazdasag. Budapest, 26: 31, 15

Rotation and yield of maize. Effect of a rotation with soyabeans or lucerne on maize yield. Agricultura trop, 24: 4, 204-20. Bibl. 4

Rotation axes for analysis of gravity effects on plant organs. Plant Physiology 42(6): 875-880

Rotation axes for clinostat studies in light. Plant Physiology 45(2): 231-232

Rotation burning : a forage management system for long-leaf pine-bluestem ranges. J. Range Mgmt, 17: 6, 322-6. bibl. 7

Rotation experiments to determine the optimal crop rotation and the value of preceding crops on Southern Hungarian sandy soils. Tagber. dt. Akad. LandwWiss. Berl, 72: 259-263

Rotation grazing on Wyoming's Big Horn mountains. Res. J. 13 Wyoming agric. Exp. Stn. 26. Bibl. 17

Rotation lengths for conifers. Quart. J. For, 64: 4, 297-302

Rotation of Tobacco with other crops as a means of restricting black rot damage. Rasteniev. Nauki. 1: 10, 85-92

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Rotation of deferred grazing. J Range Manage 20(1): 5-7

Rotation of pangola grass and sugarcane on a Jamaican sugar estate. Proc. 13th Congr. int. Soc. Sugarcane Technol., Taiwan, 1969. 636-42. bibl. 9

Rotation of second-growth Balsam Fir-Spruce stands - a compromise decision?. Pulp Paper Mag. Can, 70: 5 March 7, 83-5

Rotation period and rationalization. Allg. Forstzeitschr, 21: 7; 8, 118-22; 142-7

Rotation responses of cotton in the Sudan Gezira. 1. The effect of crop rotation on cotton yields. J. agric. Sci, Camb., 68: 2, 255-61. Bibl. 9

Rotation responses of cotton in the Sudan Gezira. 2. The effect of fertilizer nitrogen on the response to rotation. J. agric. Sci, Camb, 70: 3, 257-63. Bibl. 9

Rotation responses of wheat to legume management in southern West Pakistan. W. Pakist. Jnl agric. Res, 6: 3, 1-9. Bibl. 10

Rotation systems. 5. Relationship between crop sequence and fertilizer management. Res. Bull. Hokkaido natn. agric. Exp. Sin, 87: 51-65

Rotation trials. Norsk Landbr, 10, 18 37

Rotation trials on the population dynamics of potato eelworms (Heterodera rostochiensis Woll.). NachrBl. dt. PflSchlitzdienst, Berl, 22: 32-37

Rotation with pangola-grass and sugarcane beneficial for pineapple production in Puerto Rico. Nematropica. 1: 1, 6-7

Rotation, rest-rotation, and season-long grazing on a mountain range in Wyoming. Res. Pap. RM-14 U.S. For. Serv, 16. Bibl. 3

Rotational crossbreeding of beef cattle in the Gulf Coast area of Texas. Beef cattle research in Texas College Station, Tex.: Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, Texas A & M University., 11-16

Rotational crossbreeding with three breeds of pig. Proc. S. Afr. Soc. Anim. Prod, 3: 134-135

Rotational Symmetry in Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus and Models. Science 150(3701): 1303-1305

Rotations and precursors for winter crops. Zemledelie. 2, 14-18

Rotations and yield of buckwheat. Zemlerobstvo. Resp. mizhvid. temat. nauk. zb, 22, 77-82

Rotations for two harvests in irrigated farming in Voivodina. Savr. Poljopr, 18: 6, 477-83. Bibl. 7

Rotations in forest nurseries. Lesn. Hoz, 1, 54-6

Rotations in the North-Western zone. Zemledelie. 2, 27-33

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Rotavation encourages weed seeds. Grower. 63: 866. bibl. 1

Rotbrenner on Grapevine and its control in 1967. Schweiz. Z. Obst- u. Weinb, Versuchsanst. Wadenswil., 104: 7; 8, 145-149;

Rote of invertebrates in the spread of salmonella. Zentbl. Bakt. Parasitkde I. (Orig.), 2 Hamburg 36, Gorch-Fock-Wall 15-17., 295-298

Rote of saprophytic acid-fast organisms in causing non-specific sensitization to tuberculin. Indian J. Anim. Sci, 39: 59-68

Rote of the reindeer as a carrier of tularemia. Finsk VetTidskr, 75: 497-501

Rote of tibe root system of rice in relation to the physiological and morphological characteristics of aerial parts. 5. Effects of rate and placement of fertilizer on the characteristics of root and aerial parts. Proceedings of the Crop Science Society of Japan. 40: 2, 217-222

Rotenoid content and growth characteristics of Tephrosia vogelii as affected by latitude and within-row spacing. Crop Sci 7(2): 93-95

Rotenoid content of Tephrosia vogelii leaves sprayed with growth regulators. J. Agric. Univ. P.R, 53: 213-20. bibl. 7

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