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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 14662

Chapter 14662 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Selective chemical control of quackgrass in Kentucky bluegrass. Res. Rep. 22nd N. cent. Weed Control Conf, 123 p

Selective chemical weed control. Circular, Extension Service, California Agricultural Experiment Station, 558: 17

Selective chemical weed control in wheat. Progresso agric, 13: 12, 1195-1208

Selective conditions for infection of Pea seedlings by Aphanomyces euteiches in soil. Phytopathology. 59: 11, 1670-1674

Selective conjugation of chromosomes in polyploids. Polyploidy and breeding. Proceedings of a conference on 14-18 Jan., Nauka, Moskva-Leningrad, 274-76

Selective contact herbicide for citrus orchards. Proc. 1st Asian-Pacific Weed Control Interchange, Hawaii, 107-9

Selective control of Loranthus on Teak. Curr. Sci, 35: 17, 444

Selective control of annual broad-leaves in grain with Bentrol. Res. Progr. Rep. Western Weed Control Conf, 70-1

Selective control of annual grassy weeds in transplanted tropical rice with a-2,2,2-trichloroethyl styrene. Nature, 221: 5175, 64-5. Bibl. 1

Selective control of annual grassy weeds in transplanted tropical rice with alpha -2,2,2,-trichloroethyl styrene. Nature, Lond., 221: 64-65

Selective control of annual grassy weeds in transplanted tropical rice with alpha -2,2,2-tri-chloroethyl styrene. Nature, Land., 221: 5175, 64-5. Bibl. 1

Selective control of barley grass in lucerne. Proc. N.Z. Weed Pest Control Conf, 1966. 110-12. Bibl. 2

Selective control of barley grass in pasture with a mixture of TCA and 2,2-DPA. Proceedings of the twenty-third New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference, Fitzherbert Motor Inn, Palmerston North, August 12 to 14 NEW ZEALAND WEED AND PEST CONTROL SOCIETY, INC., Hamilton, New Zealand, 107-112

Selective control of brush on chaparral watersheds with soil-applied fenuron and picloram.

Selective control of eapeweed in wheat and oats. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture and Animal Husbandry, 12: 54, 60-4. Bibl. 4

Selective control of hoary alyssum in alfalfa. Weed Sci, 17: 1, 99-101. Bibl. 3

Selective control of mildew in greenhouse experiments with yellow rust on Barley and Wheat by seed treatment with Milstem (PP149). Neth. Pl. Path, 75: 6, 371-373

Selective control of plains pricklypear in rangeland with herbicides. Weed Sci, 17: 4, 408-11. Bibl. 12

Selective control of weeds in proso millet with herbicides. Weed Science, 19: 3, 207-209

Selective control of weeds in soybeans with Tenoran (N- 4(p - chlorophenoxy)phenyl - N',N'- dimethylurea). Proc. 18th sth. Weed Conf, 47

Selective cultivation and enrichment of coagulasepositive staphylococci and mastitis streptococci in liquid nutrient media. Arch. Lebensmittelhyg, 19: 184-189

Selective cultivation of coagulase-positive staphy-lococci and mastitis streptococci in liquid media.. Arch. Lebensmittelhyg, 19: 8/9, 184-89

Selective culture of C. neoformans. Mykosen. 11: 4, 267-272

Selective defoliation by the yellow-headed Spruce sawfly. Minn. For. Res. Note. 229, 3

Selective degradation of milk proteins by Bacillus cereus. J. Dairy Sci, 51: 6, 934-35

Selective Destruction By Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Of Common Antigen Of Enterobacteriaceae. Journal of Bacteriology 88: 1244-1248

Selective determination of calcium in mineral waters by ring colorimetry. Analytica Chimica Acta. 57: 1, 217-218

Selective diffusion of basic and acidic products of CO2 fixation into the transpiration stream in grapevine. J. exp. Bot, 20: 856-62. bibl. 10

Selective dissolution and differential infrared spectroscopy for characterization of amorphous constituents in soil clays. Clay Miner, 8: 241-254

Selective dissolution effects on cation-exchange capacity and specific surface of some tropical soil clays. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Am, 34: 809-812

Selective dissolution of micas from potassium feldspars by sodium pyrosulfate fusion of soils and sediments. American Mineralogist 49(Pages 1648-1659

Selective effect of hormones on nucleic acid metabolism during germination of pear embryos. Biochemical Journal 113(4): 707-712

Selective effect of terpenes on wood-decomposing hymenomycetes. Karstenia. 11: 28-32. 22 ref

Selective effects of certain anti-fertility compounds on the house fly as shown by reciprocal crosses and histological sectioning. J Econ Entomol 60(4): 1130-1135

Selective effects of dietary egg white trypsin inhibitor on pancreatic enzyme secretion. American Journal of Physiology 216(3): 504-507

Selective effects of three fumigants on Egyptian soil fungi. Transactions of the British Mycological Society. 57: 3, 447-454

Selective elimination of unbalanced gametes and zygotes in an interspecific hybrid of Pennisetum and its backcross derivatives. Agro-plantae, 1: 77-83

Selective evaluation of morphological characters of the udder in Red Steppe cows. Trudy Orenburg. sel'.-khoz. Inst, 30: 21-24

Selective extraction of hemicelluloses from softwoods. Tappi. 50: 2, 78-81

Selective feeding on dandelion roots by muskrats. J. Mammal, 45: 147

Selective fertilisation in the guinea-fowl. Vest. sel'.-khoz. Nauki, Mosk., 12: 7, 94-95

Selective fertilization and heterosis in the progeny. Sel'skohoz. Biol. (Agric. Biol.). 5: 1, 133-34

Selective fertilization and yield in apples. Trud. priklad. Bot. Genet. Selekc. (Trans. appl. Bot. Genet. PL-Breed.). 40: 33-42

Selective fertilization in apples. Izv. timirjazev. sel'skohozjajstv. Akad. (News Timirjazev agric. Acad.), 1, 103-13

Selective fertilization in gooseberry varieties in relation to the choice of pollinator. Sb. nauchn. rabot. VNII sadovodstva int. I.V. Michurina. 13, 173-175

Selective fertilization in lemon. Agrobiologija (Agrobiology). 789-91

Selective fertilization in relation to pollen viability. Hlopkovodstvo (Cotton Growing), 1, 32-34

Selective fertilization in spinach. Izv Sibirsk Otd Akad Nauk Sssr Ser Biol Med Nauk 2: 143-145

Selective fertilization in spring wheat. Dokl. sel'skohoz. Akad. Timirjazev. (Rep. Timirjazev agric. Acad.). 108, 231-36

Selective fertilization in the intervarietal hybridization of lucerne. Uzbek. biol. Z. (Uzbek biol. J.), 2, 66-68

Selective fertilization in wheat. Dokl. sel'sko-hoz. Akad. Timirjazev. (Rep. Timirjazev agric. Acad.). 152, 183-86

Selective fertilization of ova by sperm from different varieties of turkeys. Poult. Sci, 45: 1380-1386

Selective fertilization on the basis of differential reaction velocities between pollen-tube and egg-cell varieties. Biol. Zbl, 83: 541-60

Selective filtering of light by coniferous forests and minimum light energy requirements for regeneration. Canad. J. Bot, 48: 12, 2163-7

Selective fruit separation for mechanical tomato harvester. Agric. Engng, St. Joseph, Mich, 45: 250-3. bibl. 9

Selective grass control with siduron. Weed Sci, 17: 2, 181-6. Bibl. 8

Selective hardwood control with 4-amino-3,5,6-trichloropicolinic acid. Proc. Ntheast. Weed Control Conf. 1965. 528-535

Selective harvest and fruit separation trials with Deglet Noor dates. Rep. 46th annu. Date Grs' Inst, Coachella, 46: 15-18. bibl. 3

Selective heat treatment of soil, and its effect on the inhibition of Rhizoctonia solani by Bacillus subtilis. Phytopathology 58(1): 79-87

Selective herbicidal activity of iodide in relation to iodide accumulation and foliar peroxidase activity. Pesticide Science, 2: 6, 238-242

Selective herbicides control weeds in lucerne at Cowra. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, 79: 12, 718-20

Selective herbicides for garlic. Experimental studies on choice of application time and of chemical herbicides selective in garlic. Annali della Facolta di Scienze Agrarie della Universita degli Studi di Torino, Italy. /1969. 5: 105-118

Selective herbicides for guar (Cyamopsis tetra-gonoloba Taub). Pest Articles News Sumrn., Sect. C. 14: 62-70. bibl. 10

Selective herbicides for guar (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba Taub.). PANS(C), 14: 1, 62-70. Bibl. 10

Selective herbicides for pre-emergence weed control in beans. Proc. 2nd Israel Weed Control Conf, 21

Selective herbicides in tomatoes and peppers. Proc. 2nd Israel Weed Control Conf, 20

Selective hygroscopicity of diseased leaves. Phytopathology 55(12): 1373-1374

Selective Inhibition by Actinomycin D of the Synthesis in Photosynthetic and Non-photosynthetic Enzymes During the Greening of Etiolated Bean Leaves. Plant Physiology 44(1): 95-100

Selective inhibition of Johnsongrass with organic arsenicals. Proc. sth. Weed Conf, 1966. 351-7. Bibl. 7

Selective inhibition of the Potato scab pathogen by antagonistic bacteria and substrate influence on antibiotic production. J. Soil, Univ. Calif., Berkeley., 28: 1, 12-24

Selective Insecticidal Action Of Isopropyl Parathion And Analogues. Journal of Economic Entomology 58: 143-147

Selective insecticides in integrated pest control as illustrated by Thiodan (endosulfan). Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten (Pflanzenpatholagie} und Pflanzenschutz. 76: 11/12, 667-677. 21/2 pp

Selective intestinal enzyme deficiencies due to disaccharide and mono-saccharide intolerance. Munch. med. Wschr, 108: 1, 14-20

Selective ion absorption in various plant species and its ecological significance. Comptes Rendus des Travaux du Laboratoire de Carlsberg. 38: 21, 399-442

Selective isolation of blue-green algae from water and soil. Journal of General Microbiology 51(2): 203-209

Selective isolation of paraffinolytic fungi using a direct soil-baiting method. Mycologia 57(5): 761-765

Selective killing of soil microorganisms by aerated steam. Root Diseases and Soil-Borne Pathogens". Second International Symposium on Factors Determining the Behaviour of Plant Pathogens in Soil. London, England Berkeley USA, University of California Press, 234-239

Selective logging as a tool for continuous Philippine Mahogany production in the Philippines. In Planning of forestry and forest industries in tropical regions. Selective logging as a tool for continuous Philippine Mahogany production in the Philippines. In Planning of forestry and forest industries in tropical regions, Deutsch Stiftung fur Entwicklungslander,W. Berlin, Germany: W1-W22

Selective mating, assortative mating, and inbreeding: definitions and implications. Eugenics Quarterly 15(2): 141-143

Selective measures and their effect. Lesnictvi, 15: 3, 155-68

Selective media for isolation of Agrobacterium, Corynebacterium, Erwinia, Pseudomonas, and Xanthomonas. Phytopathology 60(6): 969-976

Selective media for isolation of dermatophytes by using alkaline pH values. Mykosen 11(2): 143-146

Selective media for the isolation of Brucella ovis. Cornell Veterinarian 61(2): 265-280

Selective media to distinguish between two Botrytis species on Onion. Phytopathology. 57: 7, 795-796

Selective medium (ZhSDE) for isolation and enumeration of entero-cocci in dairy products. Moloch. Prom, 30: 4, 16-18

Selective medium for Listeria. Veterinariya. Moscow, 9, 48-50

Selective medium for enumerating Erwinia species commonly found in vegetable packinghouse waters. Phytopathology. 61: 4, 425-426

Selective medium for growth of Rhizobium. Applied Microbiology 17(5): 769-770

Selective medium for oral Nocardia. Journal of Dental Research 45(2): 411-411

Selective medium for the isolation of streptococci causing mastitis. Annls hist. Pasteur Lille. 21: 161-164

Selective medium for the isolation of wood-rotting basidiomycetes. Can. J. Bot, 49: 11, 2064-2065

Selective migration: an empirical study of the relation between rural migration and selection according to intelligence in the Netherlands . Meded. Landb.-Hogesch, Wageningen, 68, 148

Selective modification of alfalfa toward acclimatization hi a subarctic area of severe whiter stress. Crop Science, 11: 5, 609-614

Selective modification of alfalfa toward acclimatization is a subarctic area of severe winter stress. Crop Science. 11: 5, 609-614

Selective modification of post-emergence toxicity of atrazine and diuron by surfactant and oil adjuvants. Abstr. Meet. Weed Soc. Am, 34

Selective nutrient media for the isolation of staphylococci from foodstuffs. Zentbl. Bakt. ParasitKde. 197: 4, 447-61

Selective or adaptive value of homo- and heterozygous Red Steppe cattle based on the beta -lactoglobulin locus. Mater. I Konf. Molod. Uchen. Genet. Razved. Sel'.-khoz. Zhivot. Tom 1. Pushkin Nauchno-issled. Lab. Razved. Sel'.-khoz. Zhivot, Leningrad., 166-172

Selective oviposition response of Aedes dorsalis and Aedes nigromaculis to soil salinity. Mosquito News 26(2): 168-174

Selective phagocytosis of spermatozoa in the epididymis of bulls, rabbits, and monkeys. Fertility and Sterility 18(4): 509-516

Selective phytotoxicity of 2,4-dichloro-6-(o-chloroanilino)-s-triazine (Dyrene) to Cirsium arvense. Nature, 215: 5102, 782-783. Bibl. 1

Selective phytotoxicity of N-methyl-2-methoxy-3,6-dichlorobenzanilide. Weed Res, 7: 1, 70-4. Bibl. 3

Selective pollination in interspecific cotton crosses. Nauka. Taskent, 48-53

Selective precipitation of whey proteins with carboxymethylcellulose. J. Dairy Sci, 54: 9, 1270-1274

Selective recovery of volatile products from house flies treated with radioactive insecticide chemicals and synergists. Journal of Economic Entomology 61(5): 1339-1344

Selective removal of bentgrass from bluegrass turf with potassium cyanate and nitrogen fertilizers- a progress report. Res. Prog. Rep. west. Weed Control Conf, 48-9

Selective removal of larger soil particles by ants. Niger. Ent. Mag, Ibadan., 1: pt. 6, 122-125

Selective retention of uredospores by leaves. Phytopathology 58(3): 359-361

Selective reversal of orthofluorophenoxy-alpha-methyl acetic acid induced growth inhibition by gib-berellic acid. Biochem. Biophys. Pfl, 161: 3, 295-7. Bibl. 7

Selective separation of some proteins from milk with fat solvents. Milchwissenschaft. 25: 2, 76-78

Selective soil fungicides as an aid in the identification of soil-borne plant pathogens. Phytopathology. 62: 2, 287-289

Selective staining of dead cells in Bean leaves injured by ozone. Pl. Dis. Reptr, 52: 9, 732

Selective suppression of weeds and deciduous brush in the presence of conifers. Int. Pest Control. 14: 2, 15, 17-20

Selective Synergism Of Carbamate Insecticides On House Flies By Aryloxyalkylamines. Journal of Economic Entomology 58: 451-455

Selective thinners for beet thinning. Landbouwmechanisatie, 19: 5, 435-8

Selective tolerance of fungi to toxicants particularly to organic acids. Bi-mon, Res. Notes, 25: 4, 34-35

Selective tox-icity of 2,4-dichloro 6 (o-chloroamlino)-s-triazine ('Dyrene') to Cirsium arvense. Nature, Lond, 215: 5102, 782-3. Bibl. 1

Selective toxicity in herbicides. Weed Res, 4: 2, 93-104. bibl. 18

Selective toxicity of certain hydrocarbons to hyperplastic tissues. Phytopathology, 55: 126

Selective toxicity of four O-(methyIcarb-omyl) oximes to the house fly and the honey bee. J. econ. Ent. 60: 3, 794-798

Selective toxicity of isopropyl parathion. Effect of structure on toxicity and anticholinesterase activity. J. agric. Fd Chem, 17: 2, 243-248

Selective toxicity of isopropyl parathion. Metabolism in the housefly, honey bee, and white mouse. J. agric. Fd Chem, 2: 249-254

Selective toxicity of several insecticides on three planthoppers. Jap. J. appl. Ent. Zool, 13: 3, 142-149

Selective toxicity: a practical application of comparative medicine. Can. vet. J, 11: 69-71

Selective transport of fatty acids by plasma lipoproteins in fasting pigs. Ann. Nutrition Aliment, 23: Mem. 1-29

Selective treatment with diquat and paraquat on various Italian and foreign forage species and varieties and local ecotypes. Annali Fac. Agr. Univ. Perugia, 22: 271-88. Bibl. 25

Selective value of milk yield among dairy cows. J Anim Sci 27(1): 22-26

Selective vegetation control to favour attractive and non-objectionable cover. Symp. Proc. Herbicides Vegetation Mgmt in For., Ranges, Non-crop Lands, Corvallis, 259-64. Bibl. 9

Selective virus transmission by Rhopalosiphum padi exposed to two vector-specific strains of Barley yellow dwarf virus. Phytopathology. 55: 12, 1284-1285

Selective weaning of piglets. In Mater. zakavkaz. nauch, konf. Vop. Zhivot. Vet., 148-152

Selective weed control. Sci. Progr, Lond., 53: 221-35

Selective weed control by flame. Proc. 17th a. Calif. Weed Conf., 1965. 66-74

Selective weed control for field beans in Nebraska. Proceedings 25th North Central Weed Control Conference, 67-8

Selective weed control in British cereal crops with 4-amino-3,5,6-trichloropico-linic acid. Proc. 7th Br. Weed Control Conf, 122-7. bibl 2

Selective weed control in alfalfa with oxynils. Proc. N. cent. Weed Control Conf, 7-10

Selective weed control in artichokes. Notiz, Mal. Piante, 74/75: 1/2, 159-82

Selective weed control in chrysanthemums with chloramben and other herbicides. Proc. 8th Br. Weed Control Conf, 117-23. Bibl. 7

Selective weed control in direct-seeded tomatoes. Abstr. Meet. Weed Soc. Am, 14

Selective weed control in fodder beet crops in Brittany. Journees Internationales d'Etudes sur le Desherbage selectif en Cultures de Betteraves, Marly-le-Roi, 8

Selective weed control in globe artichoke crops. Not. Mal. Piante, 74; 75, 159-82

Selective weed control in lettuce with Kerb. Fruit World and Market Grower, 72: 4, 36

Selective weed control in peas. Proc. 18th N.Z. Weed Pest Control Conf, 54-9. Bibl. 2

Selective weed control in potatoes. Proc. N.Z. Weed Pest Control Conf, 1966. 136-9. Bibl. 1

Selective weed control in seedling cool-season grasses. Weed Science. 18: 2, 288-291

Selective weed control in sugar-beet. Pre-sowing applications-Post-emergence applications. Proc. 2nd int. Meet. selective Weed Control Beetcrops, Rotterdam, 1: 89-99. Bibl. 2

Selective weed control in sugarbeets. Weed Sci, 18: 5, 625-8. Bibl. 9

Selective weed control in sugarbeets with split applications of herbicides. Proc. 2nd int. Meet. selective Weed Control Beetcrops, Rotterdam, 1: 55-62. Bibl. 4

Selective weed control trials in sugar-beet crops in 1966. Pap. read at Journees internationales d'Etudes sur le Desherbage selectif en Cultures de Betteraves, Marly-le-Roi, 8

Selective weed control with chemicals. Lotta antiparass, 17: 1, 3; 6; 7; 14

Selective weed killing in oil palm pre-nurseries. Oleagineux, 24: 10, 541-2

Selective weeding in oil palm pre-nurseries. Oleagineux, 24: 541-2

Selective weeding of sugar-beet. Progresso agric, 11: 8, 821-32

Selective weeding with 2,4,5-T. The specific reactions of certain softwoods. Rev. for. franc, 19: 4, 229-44

Selective weedkiller for use on young turf. J. Sports Turf Res. Inst, 43, 40-8. bibl. 2

Selective weedkilling in forest nurseries with oil derivatives. Prace Vyzkum. Ust. Lesn. Hosp. Mysl., Zbraslav-Strnady. 32, 139-67

Selective-statistical method for analysing the soil-moisture regime. Pochvovedenie, 9, 150-151

Selectively disadvantageous mutants. Biometrics 26(2): 229-241

Selectivity and chemodyna-mics of 3,5-dibromo-4-hydroxybenzonitrile in winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and coast fiddleneck (Amsinckia intermedia Fisch. & Mey). Ph.D. Thesis Oregon State Univ, 121

Selectivity and discrimination in ion uptake under field conditions. Tech. Rep. Ser. int. Atom. Energy Ag, 65: 121-127

Selectivity and ion transport in excised bean hypocotyls. Physiol. Plant, 23: 955-63. bibl. 17

Selectivity and physiological inactivation of some herbicides inhibiting photosynthesis. Weed Res 5(2): 34-97

Selectivity effect of cesium on clay size weathered mica: transmission electron microscopy studies. Clays and Clay Minerals. 20: 3, 175-169

Selectivity mechanisms of herbicides. Proc. 2nd Asian-Pacific Weed Control Interchange, 198-207. Bibl. 14

Selectivity of 2,3,5-trichloro-4-pyridinoI as a herbicide for direct-seeded, flooded rice. Weed Res, 8: 3, 163-9. Bibl. 5

Selectivity of Bay 94337 for weed control in soybeans. Proceedings of the 24th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society, 72

Selectivity of Fusarium culture filtrates in agar media. J. agric. Univ. P. Rico, S. 3: 2, 140-146

Selectivity of atrazine in cereal crops as related to leaf concentration. Pl. Physiol, Lancaster, 41: Suppl, vii-viii

Selectivity of banana plants to atrazine and ametryne. Abstr. Meet. Weed Sci. Soc. Am, 52

Selectivity of barban between wheat and wild oat. Abstracts of the Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America, 1

Selectivity of bromoxynil in a resistant and a susceptible species. Weed Sci, 18: 6, 725-9. Bibl. 5

Selectivity of carbaryl-2,3-niethylcnedioxynaphthalene combination. Metabolism of the Synergist in two strains of houseflies and in mice. J. agrie. Fd Chem, 17: 3, 551-557

Selectivity of chloroxuron against soybean and morning glory. Abstr. Meet. Weed Soc. Am, 2

Selectivity of dicamba in wheat and wild buckwheat. Weed Science, 19: 5, 598-601. Bibl. 12

Selectivity of erosion processes with respect to soil phosphorus in the alluvial tracts of Uttar Pradesh. J Indian Soc Soil Sci 15(4): 261-268

Selectivity of fertilization in cotton. Record of work on the breeding and seed production of fine-fibred cotton, maize and lucerne, Ashabad, 85-97

Selectivity of fertilization in tetraploid and diploid forms of beet and productivity of the hybrid populations. Vopr. genetiki i selektsii, 187

Selectivity of fertilization of maize ears differing in age. Rasten. Nauk./Pl. Grow, Sofija, 1: 7, 35-42

Selectivity of fungicides. Conn Agr Exp Sta Bull 676: 1-24

Selectivity of herbicides. Forest Chron 43(3): 265-268

Selectivity of herbicides for broadleaved weed control in soybeans. Proc. 23rd a. Meet. sth. Weed Sci. Soc, 54-62. Bibl. 3

Selectivity of linuron on tomato and parsnip. Weed Sci 16(1): 51-54

Selectivity of niirofen among rape, redroot pigweed, and green foxtail. Weed Science, 19: 1, 42-4. Bibl. 9

Selectivity of nitrofen among cabbage varieties. Proceedings of the North Central Weed Control Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, December 3, 4, 5 1969. 31 p

Selectivity of nitrofen between cabbage cultivars. HortScience, 4: 2, 119-20. Bibl. 6

Selectivity of paraquat against an annual rye grass in seedling mixtures with two perennial grasses and lucerne. Weed Res 8(2): 156-158

Selectivity of phenmedipham as a post-emergence herbicide in sugar beet. Weed Res, 8: 4, 259-71. Bibl. 9

Selectivity of pollination and its use in producing hybrid maize seed. Sb. nauchno-issled. robot, molodykh uchenykh. Stavropol'sk. n.-i. in-t s. kh, 1, 27-35

Selectivity of pyrazon and benzthiazuron in sugar-beet. Weed Res, 10: 3, 196-203. Bibl. 10

Selectivity of pyricior on witch. weed, tobacco, and other plants. Weed Science, 19: 1, 90-93. Bibl. 12

Selectivity of self pollen during fertilization in hemp. Izv. sibir. Otd. Akad. Nauk SSSR : Ser. biol. med. Nauk (News Siber. Sect. USSR Acad. Sci. : Ser. biol.-med. Sci.). 1, 133-35

Selectivity of some herbicides for direct-seeded flooded rice in the tropics. Weed Research, 11: 1, 41-6. Bibl. 5

Selectivity Of The Pas-Induced Malabsorption Of Vitamin B12. Annales Medicinae Internae Fenniae 53: 75-77

Selectivity of toxin produced by Piricularia oryzae. Rice News Teller. 13: 1, 6-8

Selectivity tests with new fungicides for the control of Cercospora leaf spot of coffee. Bol. inf. Inst. salv. Invest. Cafe, 85, 1-3

Selectivity, movement and persistence of soil-incorporated herbicides in carrot plantings. Weed Sci, 18: 247-252

Selektive Wirkung bei pflanzenvertraglichen Nematiziden. Mitt. biol. BundAnst. Ld-u. Forstw, 136, 104-109

Selenium : geobotany, biochemistry, toxicity and nutrition. Selenium : geobotany, biochemistry, toxicity and nutrition, New York: Academic Press, Inc., 411. Price: $15.00

Selenium absorption by excised Astragalus roots. Plant Physiology 43(1): 14-20

Selenium and coenzyme Q10 levels in the tissues of dystrophic and healthy calves. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 45(3): 568-569

Selenium and genetically dystrophic hamsters. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 128(3): 753-755

Selenium and its relation to oxidized flavor in milk. Journal of Dairy Science 49(1): 7-9

Selenium and kwashiorkor. Lancet. 2: 592-593

Selenium and myopathy. Clinical observations. Minerva dietol, 8: 16-22

Selenium and nutrition of Astragalus. I. Effect of selenite or setenate supply on growth and selenium content. Plant and Soil. 36: 3, 635-649

Selenium and oestrogenic pastures. In Trace element metabolism in animals. Proc. WAAP/IBP Int. Symp., Aberdeen, Scotland Edinburgh and London: E. & S. Livingstone, 218-220

Selenium and rabbit skeletal muscle aldolase and myosin. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 120(1): 88-91

Selenium and sulfur nutrition of beef cattle. Dissertation Absts. (B). 28: 4367B-4368B

Selenium and weaning weights of cattle and sheep. Journal of Animal Science 25(3): 648-651

Selenium concentration in evaporated milk. Journal of Pediatrics 68(3): 470-472

Selenium concentration in human saliva. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 24: 10, 1210-1211

Selenium concentrations in alfalfa from several sources applied to a low selenium, alkaline soil. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Am, 33: 715-718

Selenium concentrations in forage on some high north western ranges. J. Range Mgmt. 23: 4, 234-8. Bibl. 11

Selenium concentrations in phosphorus fertilizer materials and associated uptake by plants. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Am, 34: 506-509

Selenium content in organs, milk and fodder of the cow. Nord. VetMed, 22: 10, 532-35

Selenium content in seeds of pulses in relation to lathyrism. Agrokhimiya, 6, 98-107. Bibl. 29

Selenium content in some animal tissues. Sbornik Vysoke Skoly Chemicko-technologicke v Praze. E28, 39-45

Selenium content in whole blood and musculature in conjunction with parturient paresis and the Downer syndrome in cows. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 10(1): 104-105

Selenium content of feedstuffs and effects of dietary selenium levels upon tissue selenium in chicks and poults. Poultry Science 50(6): 1742-1748

Selenium Content Of Fish Flour In Relation To Kwashiorkor And Dental Caries. Lancet 1(7385): 605-606

Selenium content of foods. Journal of Nutrition 100(12): 1383-1388

Selenium content of forage and hay crops in the Pacific Northwest. Agronomy J, 60: 532-534

Selenium content of milk and dried milk. Z. Lebensmitte-luniers. u.-Forsch, 139: 4, 205-11

Selenium content of milk from cows given sodium selenate. N.Z. Jl agric. Res, 11: 3, 733-36

Selenium content of serum in sheep given sodium selenate subcutaneously. Pendik vet. Kontrol Ara. Enst. Derg, 3: 134-138

Selenium content of soil-forming rocks. N Z J Geol Geophys 10(1): 198-208

Selenium content of some feed ingredients available in Canada. Canadian Journal of Animal Science. 51: 1, 71-74

Selenium content of some fertilizers and their influence on uptake of selenium in plants. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 19: 3, 564-566

Selenium deficiency and impaired reproduction in Japanese quail. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med, 128: 970-972

Selenium deficiency in milk suggested as cause of sudden infant deaths. N.Z. Agricst, 19: 2, 7-8

Selenium deficiency lesions in rats fed vitamin E supplemented rations. Nutrition Reports International. 4: 6, 335-340

Selenium determination in plant and animal material, and in water. A methodological study. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica: Suppl 23:1-48

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Selenium sulphide treatment of tinea versicolor. Acta Dermato-Venereologica 51(6): 476-478

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Selenium toxicity: effect of fluoride. Experientia 25(5): 485-486

Selenium transport and plasma lipoproteins. N.Z. J. Sci, 11: 258-263

Selenium, molybdenum, and vanadium in human blood. Archives of Environmental Health 16(3): 342-348

Selenium-fluoride interaction in relation to dental caries. Archives of Environmental Health 14(6): 881-882

Selenium-responsive diseases of animals in New Zealand. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 16(1-2): 3-17

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Selenium: its importance in the agriculture of Quebec. Agriculture. Montreal, 26: 4, 11-14. Bibl. 8

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Selenomonas ruminantium, a blood parasite of the white-tailed deer Odocoileus virginiana in Illinois. J. Protozool, 11: 18

Selenophora lunigera in the forests of the Irkutsk region. Lesn. Hoz, 17: 11, 53-4

Self aid in apprenticeship in the West German economy. Theory and industrial practice with a note on agriculture. For-schungsges. Agrarpolitik Agrarsoziol, Bonn., 149, 148

Self and cross pollination in fodder broad beans. Dokl. sel'skohoz. Akad. Timirjazev. (Rep. Timirjazev Agric. Acad.). 98: 2, 293-98

Self and cross pollination of sweet cherry varieties in the Ararat plain of the Armenian SSR. Hayasdani Kensabanakan Handes (Armen. biol. J.). 22: 121-22

Self applicators for horn-fly control on cattle. Vet. med. Rev, Leverkusen, 2, 87-96

Self assessment of farm business performance and prospects. Fm Policy, Nedlands, W. Aust, 10: 4, 120-4

Self blanching celery: use of extended daylength to maintain quality. Progr. Rep. exp. Husb. Fms exp. Hort. Stats, 11, 113-14

Self compaction as a factor influencing crop growth in pot studies. PI. Soil. 27: 151-152

Self cure reaction. Vet. med. Rev. Leverkusen. 174

Self feeding in cattle fattening. Zuchtungskunde. 41: 320-325

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Self fertility and the choice of sour cherry pollinating varieties in the Crimean foothill zone. Sborn. Trud. Aspirant. molod. nauc. Sotrud. vses. nauc.-issled. Inst. Rasten. (Rec. Wk. Postgrad. jun. Sci. All-Un. sci.-res. Inst. PI. Industr.). 7: 11, 392-95

Self fertility and the yield of black currants. Vestn. sel'sko-hozjajstv. Nauk. (Rep. agric. Sci.). 7, 96-100

Self fertility and yield of some black-currant cultivars. Sbornik Trudov Aspirantov i Molodykh Nauchnykh Sotrudnikov, 17, 430-432

Self fertility in apricot varieties in valley and mountain conditions of cultivation. Sborn. Trud. Aspirant, molod. nauc. Sotrud. vses. nauc.-issled. Inst. Rasten. (Rec. Wk. Postgrad, jun. Sci. All-Un. sci.-res. Inst. Pl. Industr.). 8: 354-59

Self fertility of plum varieties in the Crimea. Pomikult. Vitikult. Vinerit. Moldov. (Hort. Vit. Wine-mak. Moldav.). 2, 18

Self fertilization and selection in lucerne breeding. Genet. agr, 19: 72-91

Self fertilization in Pinus thunbergii and P. densiflora. Misc. Inform., Tokyo Univ. For, 15, 23-35

Self government in Algerian agriculture. Z. ausl. Landw, Frankfurt a.M., 5: 3, 231-42

Self incompatibility and genetic divergence in Brassica campestris var. Brown Sarson. Sankya Indian J. Statist, 27: 271-78

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Self incompatibility in Cruciferous plants and its utilization in breeding for heterosis. Postepy Nauk Roln, 15: 4, 47-60

Self incompatibility in Lilium longiflorum: a theoretical and experimental approach. Diss. Abstr, 28: 3170-1

Self inhibition and self stimulation of S. fructicola conidia during germination and germ tube growth. Phytopath. Z, 59: 2, 122-128

Self inhibition in dog serum. Berl. Munch, tierarztl. Wschr, 77: 360-364

Self insemination in Echinococcus granulosus in vivo. Journal of Helminthology 43(3): 383-387

Self pollination and cross pollination of sour-cherry varieties under the conditions of the Ararat plain, Armenia. Hayasdani Kensabanakan Handes (Armen, biol. J.). 21: 4, 79-86

Self pollination and hybridization in maize. Trud. Inst. bot. Akad. Nauk Kazah. SSR (Trans. Inst. Bot. Acad. Sci. Kazah SSR), 24: 55-80

Self pollination in P. communis cultivars. Rev. Invest, agro-pec., B. Aires : Ser. 2. 6: 345-49

Self pollination of lucerne, birdsfoot trefoil and clover. Rech. agron. Quebec, 10, 20-21

Self pruning and change in composition with age in young mixed hardwood/Spruce stands. Lesn. Z, 13: 4, 148-51

Self regulation in aphid populations. Dynamics of Populations. Proceedings of the Advanced Study Institute on ' Dynamics of Numbers in Populations' Oosterbeek, The Netherlands, 7-18, Wageningen, The Netherlands, Centre for Agricultural Publishing and Documentation (Pudoc)., 232-239

Self sterility in sunflower. S. Afr. J. agric. Sci, 8: 323-26

Self- and cross-incompatibility and general seed setting studies with zigzag clover, Trifolium medium L. Crop Sci, 7: 76-78

Self- and cross-pollination of Western White Pine: a comparison of height growth of progeny. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Intermt. For. Range Exp. Sta, INT-22, 3

Self- and interspecific incompatibility in the Convolvulaceae. Bot. Gaz, 131: 139-44

Self-assembly of protein subunits from alfalfa mosaic virus. Virology 43(1): 51-61

Self-association and complex-formation of alpha si- and beta -casein. Biochem. J, 108: 1, 14P

Self-blanching celery bred for improved quality. Euphytica 16(3): 413-418

Self-blanching celery in 1967. Groent. en Fruit. 23: 1189

Self-blanching celery under glass. Groent. en Fruit, 24: 2155

Self-blanching celery-2. Extending the season by protection and storage. Comm. Gr, London, 3816, 273, 275, 278

Self-blanching celery-its scope and prospects. Comm. Gr, Lond., 3814, 03

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Self-cleaning Alfa-Laval separator type MRPX 214 as a link in the automation of dairy plants. Karjantuote. 52: 9, 312-14

Self-cleaning separator for the manufacture of double-cream cheese. Nord. Mejeritidsskr. 3l: 11/12, 295-297

Self-cleaning separators. Br. Pat, 1 139 933,

Self-compatibility and inbreeding depression in American Elm. For. Sci, 17: 3, 321-2

Self-compatibility in Lycopersicum peruvianum (L.) Mill. Euphytica, 17: 220-3. bibl. 8

Self-compatibility in hybrids between Phureja and haploid Andigena clones of Solanum tuberosum. Europe Potato J 7(3): 152-160

Self-compatibility response to temperature and the inheritance of the response in tetraploid alsike clover, Trifolium hybridum L. Crop Sci 6(5): 409-414

Self-compatibility studies with Astragalus deer L. Crop Science, 11: 5, 769-770

Self-compatibility studies with diploid alsike clover, Trifolium hybridum L. I. Frequency of self-compatible plants in diverse populations and inheritance of a self-compatibility factor Sf. Crop Sci, 5: 358-60

Self-compatibility studies with diploid alsike clover, Trifolium hybridum L. II. Inheritance of a self-compatibility factor with gametophytic and sporophytic characteristics. Crop Sci, 6: 415

Self-compatibility studies with diploid alsike clover, Trifolium hybridum L. III. Response to temperature. Crop Sci, 8: 269-72

Self-compatibility studies with diploid alsike clover. Trifolium hybridum L. IV. Inheritance of type II self-compatibility in different genetic backgrounds. Crop Sci, 9: 443-46

Self-compatible plums crop better, says Brogdale. Comm. Gr, Lond., 3817, 310 p

Self-cure in dogs infected with Toxocara canis. Atti Soc. ital. Sci. vet, 23: 913-916, 916 p, 916-917

Self-cure phenomenon in Ascaridia numidae infection of Numida meleagris. Atti Soc. ital. Sci. vet, Istituto di Parassitologia, Universita di Pisa, Italy., 24: 555-557

Self-desludging dairy separators. Milchwissenschaft. 21: 7, 401-06

Self-desludging milk clarifier. Moloch. Prom, 32: 7, 11-15

Self-desludging milk separator. Nord. Mejeritidsskr, 31: 4, 58-60

Self-desludging separator in the automation of dairies. Ost. Milchw, 25: 18, 377-82

Self-diffusion coefficients of phosphorus in soil measured by transient and steady-state methods. Soil Sci Soc Amer Proc 29(2): 154-158

Self-diffusion of Ca45 into certain carbonates. Soil Sci 97(5): 293-299

Self-diffusion of P in kaolinite treated with Ca or NH4 salts and with organic dye. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Am, 34: 198-201

Self-diffusion of adsorbed ions on montmorillonite. C.r. hebd. Seanc. Acad. Sci, Paris, 268: 2541-2543

Self-diffusion of calciem-45 into certain carbonates and calcareous soils. Tech. Rep. Ser. int. atom. Energy Ag, 48: 85-90

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Self-diffusion of sodium ions in frozen Wyoming bent beta nite-water paste. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Am, 32: 501-506

Self-diffusion of tritiated water in montmorillonite and kaolinite clay. Soil Sci Soc Amer Proc 32(3): 302-306

Self-dumping mobile milking station. U.S. Pat, 3,279,431,

Self-employed retirement plans. Ext. Circ. Coll. Agric., Univ. Ill., Urbana, Ill, 991, 12

Self-fed rations of alfalfa silage-ground ear-corn for lactating cows. J. Dairy Sci, 47: 6, 70

Self-feeder for fattening pigs. Landokon. Forsogslab. Efterarsmode Arbog. 224-226

Self-feeding and rationing for sheep. Norges Landbrukshogsk. Inst. Husdyrernaering Foringslaere Saertr, 340: 12

Self-feeding compared with rationing for sheep. Norges Landbrukshogsk. Inst. Bygningstek. Saertrykk. 124, 12

Self-feeding of ducks on large farms. Magy. Mezogazdasag, Budapest, 23: 41, 21

Self-feeding of pigs. 2. Use of pelleted feed. Rocz. Nauk rol. [B

Self-feeding salt-supplement to grazing steers under tropical conditions. Journal of Animal Science 33(1): 142-146

Self-fertile red clover homozygous necrotic with bean yellow mosaic virus. Phytopathology 56(3): 345

Self-fertile sweet cherries. Fruit Var. hort. Dig, 21: 36-7. bibl. 4

Self-fertility and inbreeding depression in white and yellow sweetclover (Melilotus albus Desr. and Melilotus officinalis (L.) Desr. Genet, polon, 7: 1-11

Self-fertility and yield in some black currant varieties. Sbornik Trudov Aspirantov i Molodykh Nauchnykh Sotrudnikov, Leningrad, 17, 430-432

Self-fertility and yields of black currants. Vestn. sel'sk. Nauki. 9: 7, 96-100. bibl. 15

Self-fertility in Botryotinia porri. Can J Bot 42(10): 1393-1395

Self-fertility in gooseberries and pollinators. Sadovodstvo. 5, 33-4

Self-fertility in red raspberry cultivars and selections. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, 96: 5, 588-591

Self-fertility of a central Oregon source of Ponderosa Pine. US For. Serv. Res. Pap. Pacif. Nthwest. For. Range Exp. Sta, PNW-109, 9

Self-fertility to red raspberry cultivara and selections. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, 96: 5, 588-591

Self-government in agricultural co-operatives. Ekon. Poljopr, Beograd, 12: 2, 83-93

Self-government in the Polish agricultural co-operatives. Self-government in the Polish agricultural co-operatives, Warsaw, Poland: Central Agric. Union " Peasant Self-Aid " Co-op., 69

Self-heating factories from waste wood and sawdust. Timb. Tr. J, 257: 4682, 62-3

Self-heating of hay and grain in Dewar flasks and the development of farmer's lung antigens. Journal of General Microbiology 41(3): 389-407

Self-help in the future or housewives' choice. The Twenty-third Oxford Farming Conference, Oxford: Fmg Conf., 99-111

Self-ignition of dried milk. Moloch. Prom, 27: 6, 29-32

Self-incompat1bility in the angiosperms. Hereditas. Lund, 63: 460-61

Self-incompatability in angiosperms: a review. Genetica. 39: 1-24

Self-incompatibility hi diploid Medicago falcata. Report of the twenty-second alfalfa improvement conference. July 13-15 Urbana, Illinois, USDA, 30-31

Self-incompatibility in Citrus grandis (Linn.) Osbeck. Proc. Amer. Soc. hort. Sci, 84: 137-40

Self-incompatibility in Dactylis glomerata L. Hereditas. Lund, 61: 353-60

Self-incompatibility in Ribes. Euphytica, 19: 373-8. bibl. 12

Self-incompatibility in flowering plants. Journal of the Post-Graduate School, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, 5: 1, 78-91

Self-incompatibility in grain sorghums. Indian Journal of Genetics & Plant Breeding. IARI Regional Res. Sta., Rajendranagar, Hyderabad, India., 31: 1, 153-155. 2 rei

Self-incompatibility in mango (Mangifera indica L.). Hort. Res, 10: 108-18. bibl. 46

Self-incompatibility in the Gramineae. Hereditas. Lund, 60: 157-66

Self-incompatibility proteins in plants: detection, genetics, and possible mode of action. Heredity. 25: Pt. 1, 23-27

Self-incompatibility studies in sunflower. Res. Rep. Hebrew Univ. Jerusalem : Sci., Agric, 1: 549 p

Self-inhibited effects in regard to the germination of yellow rust uredospores. Robigo 1964. 16, 12-13

Self-inhibiting effect in the germination of uredospores of yellow rust (P. striiformis West.). Robigo. Castelar, 16, 12-13

Self-inhibition of germination of conidia of Glomerella cingulata. Am. J. Bot, 52: 6, 632

Self-inhibition of germination of pycnidiospores of Mycosphaerella ligulicola in relation to the temperature of their formation. J. gen. Microbiol, 57: 2, 159-167

Self-inhibitor of bean rust uredospores: methyl 3,4-dimethoxycinnamate. Science 170(3957): 539-540

Self-interest conflicts and grower marketing programs. Circ. Fla Agric. Exp. Stns, Inst. Fd Agric. Sci. Gainesville, Fla., S 33

Self-licking and mammary development during pregnancy in the rat. Journal of Endocrinology 42(3): 363-378

Self-licking throughout pregnancy as stimulus for mammary development in the rat. J. Endocr, 37: 2, xlii-xliii

Self-loading lorries for short assortments. Lesn. Prom, 12, 23-4

Self-opening Westfalia separator. Nord. Mejeritidsskr, 35: 1, 3-7

Self-ordered polymers and propagative cell-like systems. Die Naturwissenschaften 56(1): 1-9

Self-pollinated Packham's pears lose two-thirds of their fruit. Journal of Agriculture, Victoria, Australia., 69: 10, 260

Self-pollinated lines of sugar beet. Vestn. sel'skohozjajstv. Nauk. (Rep. agric. Sci.). 1, 41-42

Self-pollinated lines of the maize variety Imeretinskij Gibrid and their utilization in the production of high-yielding hybrids. Agrobiologia (Agrobiology). 756-60

Self-pollination and cross-pollination in sweet, sour and Duke cherries. Trudy Gosudarstvennogo Nikitskogo Botani-cheskogo Sada, 45: 4, 54-153

Self-pollination in peaches. Trudy Gosudarstvennogo Nikitskogo Botanicheskogo Sada, 45: 4, 155-159

Self-priming centrifugal pump. Moloch. Prom, 32: 12, 32-34

Self-propelled climbimg harvesting machines. Ekon. ForknStift. Skogsarb., Stockh, 4, 4

Self-propelled combine for harvesting research plots. Weed Sci, 17: 4, 479-80. Bibl. 4

Self-propelled loaders at industrial log depots. Lesnictvi. 15: 12, 1077-96

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Self-propelled skidding installation. Lesn. Prom, 7, 17-8

Self-propelled tower irrigation. Average costs and returns of eight systems in Georgia, 1969. Res. Rep. Ga Agric. Exp. Stns, Athens, Ga. 96, 14

Self-propelled tree pruner. For. Prod. J, 15: 2, 57

Self-propelled vibration units for shaking the cones from growing trees. Lesn. Hoz, 22: 11, 46-51

Self-propelled winch for skidding in the mountains. Lesn. Prom, 11, 17-9

Self-protecting cauliflower varieties from Australia. Groent. en Fruit. 20: 1821

Self-pruning of Abies balsamea. For. Conserv, 37: 3, 28-9

Self-pruning of Aspen. Sborn. Nauc. Issled. Rabot po Lesn. Hoz. Leningr. Nauc. Issled. Inst. Lesn. Hoz, 12, 123-34

Self-pruning of Norway Spruce stems. Lesn. Hoz, 17: 12, 18-9

Self-regulation in the experimental population of azuki-bean weevil, Callosobruchus chinensis. Sclent. Rep. Fac. Agric

Self-reliance in agricultural production. Yojana, New Delhi, 9: 20, 11-2,41-2

Self-replication and scrapie. Nature 215(5105): 1043-1044

Self-selection of feeds and water by swine during pregnancy and lactation. Journal of Animal Science 32(4): 658-666

Self-selection of natural and purified dietary protein. Physiol. Behavior. 4: 83-86

Self-souring, dried milt: products inoculated with microorganisms. W.Germ. Pat.Appl, 1 949-886,

Self-starvation of rats living in activity wheels on a restricted feeding schedule. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology 64(3): 414-421

Self-sterile forms and the problems of their use in breeding hybrids. Genetika a Slechteni, 3: 169-80

Self-sterile forms in peppers. Nauc. Trudy majkop. opyt. Stan, 4, 123-7

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Self-sterility in Sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua L.). Dissert. Abstr, 25: 4, 2138-9

Self-sterility in vine cultivare with reflexed stamens. Agronomia Lusitana, 32: 1/4, 183-227

Self-strangulation of roots: points of entry of root-rot fungi in the Grand Mere, White Spruce plantations. Phytoprotection. 52: 3, 119-124

Self-sufficiency in food output. (Agric. Plann. Course, The Hague/Rome, 1965.). Agric. Plann. Stud, FAO, Rome, 7, 16-7. Bibl

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Self-supporting plastic container. U.S. Pat, 3 462 061,

Self-unfruitfulness of some magnolias. Morris Arbor. Bull. 18: 64-9. bibl. 7

Selfed lines of cucumber and their use for obtaining different kinds of hybrids. Nauc. Trud. majkop. opyt. Sta., vses. Inst. Rasten. (Sci. Trans. Majkop. exp. Sta., All-Un. Inst. Pl. Industr.), 1, 87-100

Selffeeder rations and lucerne pastures. Farming in S. Africa. 45: 2, 23; 25; 27

Selfing and hybridizing persimmons. 60th annual report of the Northern Nut Growers Association, East Lansing, Michigan August 24-27 1969. 102-04

Selfing as a possible cause of disturbed ratios in Phytophthora crosses. Tran s. Br. mycol. Soc, 3 Roydon Road, Diss, Norfolk., 54: 1, 101-107

Selfing in hand-pollinated crosses. Forage Notes, Ottawa, 12: 2, 57-58

Selfing of autotetraploids. Biometr. Z, 11: 374-82

Selfing studies with races 10 and 11 of wheat stem rust. Can J Bot 44(10): 1255-1260

Selfing vs. outcrossing under artificial conditions in Pinas elliottii Engelm. Silv. genet, 13: 72-76

Selin-11-en-4alpha-ol from the essential oil. Tetrahedron Lett., Oxf, 11, 1009-12

Selling a farm to more than one person according to article 8, item 2, of the real estate transfer law. Recht Landw. (Stollhamm), 16: 8, 203-206

Selling milk on camping sites deserves attention. Dte Molk.-Ztg. 89: 38, 1662-64

Selling small apples in shops. Selling small apples in shops [in the U.K.], London: Produce Studies Ltd

Selling timber by tender on grade and volume. Quart. J. For, 58: 3, 251-5

Seme morphological, biological and genetical differences between Cryptolestes pusillus fuscus ssp.n. and C. pusillus pusillus (Schonherr) (Coleoptera, Cucujidae). J. stored Prod. Res, 3: 4, 311-320

Semen and diluent in the genitalia of the sow. Svinovodstvo. Mosk., 22: 4, 12-13

Semen and testis characteristics in young Yorkshire and Lacombe boars. J Anim Sci 26(1): 149-157

Semen characteristics and chemistry from bulls before and after seminal vesiculectomy and after vasectomy. Journal of Dairy Science 54(10): 1530-1535

Semen characteristics and fertility of bulls used in artificial insemination. Ceylon vet. J, 15: 118-120

Semen characteristics and fertility of meat-type chickens given increasing daily photoperiods. Poultry Science 48(3): 1009-1013

Semen characteristics as influenced by selection for divergent growth rate in chickens. Poultry Science 48(3): 859-865

Semen characteristics in the guinea pig. 5th int. Congr. Anim. Reprod. A.I, Trento, 4: 452-457

Semen characteristics of Awassi rams. J. agrie. Sci, Camb., 73: 311-314

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Semen Composition And Ejaculation Of The Boar After Pilocarpine Administration. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 8: 255-256

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Semen production of boars in relation to various regimes of use. Svinovodstvo. Mosk., 22: 6, 15-16

Semen production of bulls fed Biovit-80. Pleminna sprava i biol. rozmnozh. sil's' kogospod. tvarin. Resp. mizhvid. temat. nauk. zb, 78-81

Semen production of bulls in Colombia during the years 1953 to 1956. Revta Fac. Med. vet. Zpotec. Univ. nac. Colomb, 30: 43-49

Semen production of stud bulls in relation to type of nervous system. Mater. 4. vses. Konf. fizlol. biokhim. Osnov. Povysh. Prod. sel'.-khoz. Zhivot, Borovsk, 1: 320-321

Semen production of stud bulls on different types of feeding. Mater. I Konf. Molod. Uchen. Genet. Razved. Sel'.-khoz. Zhivot., Tom 2. Pushkin Nauchno-issled. Lab. Razved. Sel'.-khoz. Zhivot, Leningrad, 145-146

Semen production of young boars reared on different levels of protein. Svino-vodstvo. 2, 33-34

Semen production rhythm. Mater. 7.vses. Konf. fiziol. biokhim. Osnov. Povysh. Prod. sel'.- khoz. Zhivot, Borovsk, 327-328

Semen quality and effectiveness of use of Lincoln rams in Kuban at various times in the breeding season. Mater. Nauchno-proizv. Konf. Vses. Nauchno-issled. Inst. Ovtsev. Kozov. Vyp.3. Stavropol', 371-374

Semen quality and fertilising capacity of cocks. Ptitsevodstvo. 20: 11, 24-26

Semen Quality And Fertility In Dairy Bulls With Testicular Tumors. International Journal of Fertility 9: 613-617

Semen quality and intensity of libido in rams during the course of the year. Zesz. probl. Postep. Nauk roln, 61, 251-260

Semen quality and the dilution process. Moloch, myas. Skotov, 12: 3, 35-36

Semen quality and the gene for rose comb in the domestic fowl. Poultry Sci 43(6): 1551-1557

Semen quality at different ages and different stages of development. Tierzuchter. 24: 10-13

Semen quality of Merino rams. 1. The effects of fleece length and season on semen quality. Australian J Exp Agr Anim Husb 5(18): 243-246

Semen quality of Merino rams. 2. The effects of seasonal changes in day length on semen quality. Aust. J. exp. Agric. Anim. Husb, 5: 247-251

Semen quality of boars in different seasons of the year. Nauch. Trudy belorussk. nauchno-issled. Inst. Zhivot, 12: 134-136, 216

Semen quality of cocks of differing sexual activity. Sb. nauch.Trud. pushkin. nauchno-issled. Lab. Razv.sel'.-khoz. Zhivot, 11, 125-132

Semen quality of fur bearers. Trudy nauchno-issled. Inst. sel'. Khoz. krain. Sev, 13: 207-212

Semen quality of ram and goat in autumn. Indian Veterinary Journal 42(10): 742-745

Semen quality of stud bulls and sex ratio of their progeny. Mater. II Konf. Molod. Uchen. Genet. Razved. Sel'.-khoz. Zhivot., Tom 3. VNII Razved. Genet. Sel'.-khoz. Zhivot, Leningrad, 50-51

Semeron on cabbage. Zasc. Rast, 14: 10, 23

Semeron, a new herbicide for market gardening. Rev. hort. Suisse, 38: 163-5

Semeron, a new selective herbicide for weed control in brassicas. Notiz. Mai. Piante, 74/75: 1/2, 183

Semeron-a new selective herbicide for cabbage crops. Not. Mal. Piante, 74; 75, 183-95

Semesan fungicidal dip controls canker diseases of Poplar cuttings in Alberta. Tree Plant. Notes. 21: 3, 18-20

Semi automatic determination of total and ammonia nitrogen in fertilisers. Proc. Fertil. Soc, 104, 5-14

Semi in-vitro pollen tube growth studies in alfalfa (Medicago sativa). Agronomy Abstracts. 12

Semi-annual report for the period January to June 1969. Semi-annual report for the period January to June, Jhansi, 36

Semi-arid agriculture in West Bengal a case study. Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics. Bombay, 26: 4, 343-349

Semi-automated X-ray spectrochemical analyses of preservatives in wood borings. Prepr. Amer. Wood Pres. Ass, 5

Semi-automated method for the determination of free fatty acids in plasma. Journal of Clinical Pathology 20(6): 905-909

Semi-automated recording of wood cell dimensions. Tappi, 54: 2, 255-6

Semi-automated small log mill contained on four rail cars. For. Ind, 97: 5, 67-9

Semi-automatic analysis of the total available carbohydrates in alfalfa roots. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 51(2): 184-185

Semi-automatic and automatic. Poluavtomaticeskie i avtomaticeskie linii na lesozagotovkah, Izdatel'stvo 'Lesnaja Promyslennost',Moscow, USSR: 72

Semi-automatic chromatographic determination of neutral lipids. Journal of Chromatography 46(2): 149-160

Semi-automatic determination of organic and mineral sulphur in agricultural samples with the Leco apparatus. Anales de Edafologia y Agrobiologia. 30: 7/8, 815-826

Semi-automatic estimation of free amino acids in milk with ion-exchange resin, Amberlite IR-120. Meded. LandbHogesch. OpzoekStns Gent. 30: 1, 363-92

Semi-automatic estimation of serum triglycerides by fluorometry (method of Kessler and Lederer). Comparison with the manual colorimetric method of Van Handel and Zilversmit. Ann. Biol. clin, 26: 451-464

Semi-automatic sorting of sawlogs. Lesn. Prom, 8, 7-9

Semi-chemical neutral sulfite pulping and paperboard making of Gubas. Philipp. Lumberm, 14: 2, 25, 28, 30

Semi-chemical pulping of Bucklandia populnea. Indian Pulp & Paper, Calcutta. 18: 7, 411-3

Semi-decomposed phosphate (superphosphate II, superphosphate Refos) and its importance in agricultural practice. Ust. ved. Inf. MZLVH Rosti. Vyroba, 38: 927-936

Semi-dry seed treatment of agricultural craps with additions of the adhesive concentrate sulphite-alcohol malt residue. Byull. vses. nauchno-issled. Inst. Zashch. Rast, 3: 11, 18-22

Semi-dwarf spring wheat in South Dakota. South Dakota Farm & Home Research, 22: 2, 29-32

Semi-dwarf wheats, a new challenge for Canada. Agric. Inst. Rev, 24: 2, 11-13. Bibl. 3

Semi-field tests of various insecticides against Adelges on spruce. Parasitica. 23: 1, 32-41

Semi-forcing of tomatoes. Pepinieristes, Horticulteurs, Maraichers, 87, 4925-32

Semi-fossil lichens in Scottish hill soils. Nature, Lond., 209: 96

Semi-gamy-a short cut to pure lines of Pima cotton. Proceedings of the Beltwide cotton production research conferences from January 6-7, Houston, Texas, 1969. 52 p

Semi-hard cheeses-their manufacture, treatment and packaging. Semi-hard cheeses-their manufacture, treatment and packaging, Hildesheim, W. Germany: Verlag Th. Mann GmbH, 121

Semi-high training of vines. Agric. romande, 3: 11-15, 22-4

Semi-industrial rearing of vine moths for sexual trapping. Phytoma, 20: 197, 25-30

Semi-industrial scale experiments on biological purification of effluent from an ice-cream plant together with town sewage. Molkereizeitung, Hildesh, 23: 10, 283-86

Semi-industrial scale investigation of starters for Sovetsku cheese selected according to amino acid formation. (In 'Proceedings of Inter-University Dairy Conference. Sbornik dokladov mezhvuzovskoi kon-ferentsii po molochnomu delu, Erevan, USSR: Izdatel'stvo Aiastan, 145-150

Semi-industrial synthesis of 2,4-D tetrahydrofurfuryl ester. Uzbek. khim. Zh, 11: 2, 61-3. Bibl. 4

Semi-intensive fattening of young ducks. 1. Boiled potatoes for fattening ducks for slaughter. Zeszyty nauk. WSR, Wroctaw. 13: 59, 179-184

Semi-intensive fattening of young ducks. 2. Fresh red clover in rations with a reduced content of crude protein. Zeszyty nauk. WSR, Wroctaw. 14: 71, 81-88

Semi-lethal abnormality of limbs in Jersey cattle. Journal of Dairy Science 54(4): 544-546

Semi-mechanized machinery for tomatoes. Canada Agric, 11: 3, 19-21

Semi-microdiffusion analysis for determination of carbon dioxide. Jap. J. Nutrition. 26: 79-83

Semi-operational experiment in inseminating sows and gilts by the fractionated method. Zivoc. Vyroba, 11: 807-812

Semi-permanent Nicholson chip mill. Tech. Release Amer. Pulpw. Ass, 71-R-51, 4

Semi-permeable membrane for reverse osmosis: tests on permeability and selectivity with a model system and with whey. Annali Fac. Agr. Univ. Perugia. 23: 19-45

Semi-quantitative analysis of fresh sweet-cream butter volatiles. J. Dairy Sci, 53: 6, 700-03

Semi-quantitative determination of Sevin (carbaryl) residues in vegetable foods. Nahrung, 9: 47-51

Semiquantitative determination of seven amino acids by the nichrome wire ring chamber. Mikrochimica Acta: 36-43

Semi-quantitative modification of the Schalm test. Milch-wissenschaft, 19: 2, 65-69

Semi-rapid freezing of pelleted semen. The intensive use in the field and a comparison of its efficiency with semen frozen in ampoules and refrigerated semen. Gac. vet, 28: 468-476

Semi-synthetic rations for cows in Ceska Lipa district in the winters of 1967 and 1968. Biologizace Chem. Vyz. Zur, 4: 5/6, 429-32

Semi-terrestrial soils in the Odenska Bara reserve. Zemlj. Biljka, 16A: 287-295

Semi-vitro methods in the study of compatibility in birdsfoot trefoil Lotus corniculatus L. Crop Sci, 9: 173-75

Semiautomated assay of normal concentrations of urinary glucose by an enzymatic fluorometric technic. Clinical Chemistry 14(3): 243-252

Semiautomated determination of nitrogen and phosphorus in feedstuffs. Journal of the Association of Official Analytical Chemists. 54: 4, 764-768

Semiautomated enzymic micro methods for blood glucose and lactic acid on a single filtrate. Analytical Biochemistry 28(1): 130-138

Semiautomated method for measurement of dopa in plasma. Clinical Chemistry 16(9): 763-765

Semiautomated thiocyanate method for determining peroxide values of lipids. J. Fd Sci, 34: 2, 194-95

Semiautomated, specific routine serum cholesterol determination by gas-liquid chromatography. Analytical Chemistry 43(10): 1196-1200

Semiautomatic apparatus for milking mice. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 38(1): 11-17

Semiconservative replication of DNA in multi-stranded chromosomes. Nucleus, 13: 2, 136-141

Semidecomposed phosphate (superphosphate II Refos) and its importance in agricultural practice. 2. Field trials. Ust. ved. Inf. MZ, Rosti. Vyroba, Ved. Cas, 13: 537-546

Semidesert vegetation of the North Caspian region and its importance as fodder. Rastitel'nost' polupustyni Severnogo Prikaspija i ee kormovoe znacenie, Izdat. "Nauka", Moscow, 336. Price: 2 rub. 32 kop,

Semidwarf wheats for Australia. J Australian Inst Agr Sci 30(3): 166-168

Semidwarf winter wheat response to early spring clipping and grazing. Agron. J, 62: 5, 641-3. Bibl. 12

Semifine-wooled sheep breeding under mountain conditions in Armenia. Zivotnovodstvo. Mosk., 31: 6, 59-60

Semigametic production of haploids in Pima cotton. Crop Sci, 9: 653-55

Semimicro determination of cellulose in biological materials. Analytical Biochemistry 32(3): 420-424

Semimicro determination of sulfate in water extracts of soils. Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Am, 34: 343-345

Semimicro method for determination of serum uric acid using EDTA-hydrazine. Clinical Chemistry 14(8): 764-775

Semimicro method for determining total lipids in fish meal. J. Assoc. Off. Anal. Chem, 52: 688-692

Seminal characteristics and fertility of stallions. VIe Congr. int. Reprod. anim. Insem. artif, Paris, 2: 1565-1567

Seminal characters in testes hypoplasia. Indian J. Anim. Hlth. 7: 209-212

Seminal discharge and mating behavior in the male rat. Physiol Behav 2(4): 341-343

Seminal loss in repeatedly mated female Aedes aegypti. Biol Bull 132(3): 404-412

Seminal Patterns Following Damage To Bovine Spermatogenic Epithelium. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 144: 1398-1401

Seminal vesicle formation and specific male protein secretion by female cells in allophenic mice. Science 175(4022): 657-659

Seminal vesicle substance of bulls sensitizing spermatozoa to cold shock. VIe Congr. Reprod. Insem. Artif, Paris, 129

Seminal vesiculectomy in bulls. I. Seminal biochemistry. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 16(2): 171-177

Seminal vesiculectomy in bulls. II. Seminal characteristics and breeding trials. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 16(2): 179-182

Seminal vesiculitis in bulls associated with infection by Actinobacillus actinoides. Vet. Rec, 76: 24-28

Seminal vesiculitis in the bull caused by Corynebacterium pyogenes. Studies on pathological conditions in the testis, epididymis and accessory sex glands in the bull. VI. Nord. VetMed, Statens Vet. Serumlab., Bulowsvej 27, Copenhagen V., 17: 435-445

Seminal vesiculitis in young beef bulls. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 152(12): 1749-1757

Seminal vesiculitis syndrome: lesions in genital organs of young bulls. American Journal of Veterinary Research 29(6): 1173-1184

Seminar of Eastern Zone Working Group, July, 1964. International milk promotion. Tech. Publ. Aust. Soc. Dairy Tech, 14: 58

Seminar of the work study and management in horticulture. Acta Horticulturae, 19, 214

Seminar on biological control, Moscow 1969. Zashch. Rast, 14: 4, 53-55

Seminar on chromatography. Rome, April-June 1965. Ann. Ist. super. Sanita, Rome. 2: Spec. 1, 114-223

Seminar on cocoa capsids in West Africa. Yaounde, 16-19 avril 1969. Cafe Cacao The, Paris, 13: 3, 201-220

Seminar on continuous cheese manufacture. Przegl. mlecz, 18: 3, 15-18

Seminar on cow indexing and sire evaluation systems for dairy cattle, May 7th and 8th, 1970, Toronto (Rexdale), Ontario. Seminar on cow indexing and sire evaluation systems for dairy cattle, May 7th and 8th, Toronto (Rexdale), Ontario, Guelph, Ont., Canada; Ontario Association of Animal Breeders., 64

Seminar on education and training, H asselby Castle, Sweden, September 14-19, 1964. Nord. Jordb.-Forsk, Oslo, 47: 1, 5-74. Bibl

Seminar on farm production, planning and programming. Semin. Ser. Indian Soc. Agric. Econ, Bombay., 6, 127

Seminar on financing of agriculture by commercial banks. Reserve Bank India Bull., Bombay, 22: 12, 1513-20

Seminar on food grains buffer stocks in India. Seminar on food grains buffer stocks in India, Bombay: Indian Soc. Agric. Econ., 160. Price: Rps.12.00

Seminar on helminthiases and eosinophilic meningitis, Noumea, New Caledonia, June 5-16, 1967. Report. Seminar on helminthiases and eosinophilic meningitis, Noumea, New Caledonia, June 5-16, Report, Noumea: South Pacific Commission, 39

Seminar on man-made forest in Indonesia, 1970. Lap. Lemb. Penelit. Kehutanan. Nos. 100; 101; 102, 16; 36; 15

Seminar on marketing of agricultural commodities. Seminar on marketing of agricultural commodities, Bombay: Indian Soc. Agric. Econ., viii +

Seminar on mosquito-borne diseases-past, present, and future. Mosquito News. 26: 4, 461-500

Seminar on planning of forestry and forest industries in tropical regions, held in Manila, 27 Nov. 14 Dec. 1967. Seminar on planning of forestry and forest industries in tropical regions, held in Manila, 27 Nov. 14 Dec., Deutsche Stiftung fur Entwicklungslander,W. Berlin, Germany: 1967. 535

Seminar on problems of agrarian reform: November 19-29, 1963. Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Seminar on problems of agrarian reform: November, 1963. Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Montevideo: Inst. Interam. Ciencias Agric

Seminar on rural community development, Madrid, Spain 21-28 April 1968. (SOA/ESDP/1968 /4.). Seminar on rural community development, Madrid, Spain 21-28 April, New York: UN., 67

Seminar on technical studies on sheep. Bolm pecudr, 1969. 7: 1, 1-284

Seminar on the application of nuclear radiation sources for increasing the productivity of agricultural crops (28 October-1 November 1963). Izv. Akad. Nauk Turkmen. SSR : Ser. biol. Nauk (News Acad. Sci. Turkmen. SSR : Ser. biol. Sci.). 1, 95-97

Seminar on the ecology, biology, control and eradication of Aedes aegypti. 16-20 August 1965. Geneva, Switzerland. Bull. Wld. Hlth Org, 36: 4, 519-702

Seminar-workshop on integrating nutrition in the school curriculum, Manila, March 1968. Philippine J. Nutrition. 21: 71-123

Seminar: Use of miniature swine in research. 17th Annual Meeting of the Animal Care Panel in Chicago, 1966. Lab. Anim. Care. 18: 97-126

Seminar: Weeds and weed killers. British growers look ahead. Conf. Paps. natn. Fmrs' Union natn. Conf. Exhib., Eastbourne, 34-8. Bibl. 1

Seminar: Weeds and weed-killers. (b) Chemical control of weeds in hardy nursery stock. Conf. Paps nat. Fmrs' Union nat. Conf. Exhib, Eastbourne, 39-44

Seminar: Weeds and weedkillers. (b) Chemical control of weeds in glasshouse crops. Conf. Paps nat. Fmrs' Union nat. Conf. Exhib., Eastbourne, 28-33

Seminars on problems in animal reproduction. Elevage Insem, 125, 3-21

Seminole-a new chipping potato. Amer. Potato J, 46: 183-84

Seminole: a new variety of potato combining good chipping characteristics with good field performance in Alabama, Florida and North Carolina. Am. Potato J, 47: 1, 35-8. Bibl. 1

Semipermanent Catheterization Of The Dog Cranial Vena Cava Or Right Atrium. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 6: 638-641

Semipersistent relationship between Cucumber vein yellowing virus (CVYV) and its vector, the Tobacco whitefly (Bemisia tabaci Gennadhis). Phytopath. Z, 54: 3, 240-248

Semiquantitative determination of fat-soluble vitamins by circular thin-layer chromatography. Mikrochimica Acta: 53-58

Semiquantitative determination of ten vitamins by the nichrome wire ring chamber. Mikrochimica Acta: 244-252

Semiquantitative determination of water-soluble vitamins by circular thin-layer chromatography. Mikrochimica Acta: 951-955

Semiquantitive gel electrophoresis. Separ. Sci, 2: 2, 199-210

Semisoft skim-milk cheese. Pilot plant procedure. J. Dairy Sci, 52: 7, 1133-36

Semisterility for insect control. Sterility principle for insect control or eradication. Proceedings of a symposium on the sterility principle for insect control or eradication jointly organized by the IAEA and FAO and held in Athens, 14-18 September, Vienna, International Atomic Energy Agency., 415-423

Semisynthetic penicillin 6-. Appl. Microbiol, 21: 66-70

Semitubular boards - a new sawing method. For. Prod. J, 18: 5, 24-5

Semmes is new soybean variety for Delta area. Soybean Dig, 25: 13, 12 p

Semmes soybean yields well on poorly drained clays. Crops & Soils. 18: 4, 20 p

Semper 7th Nutritions Symposium, Copenhagen, January 1971. Naringsforskning, 15 Suppl, 117

Semper Nutrition Symposium, Stockholm, January 1972. Naringsforskning. 16: 1 Suppl. 7, 106

Sen-sibilite de quelques porte-greffes de citrus al'egard de Tylenchulus semipenetrans Cobb, 1913. C. r. leres Journees Phytidt. Phytopharm. circum-mediterraneennes, Marseille. 59-68

Senarmont compensation for determining fibril angles of cell wall layers. Forest Prod J 16(1): 26-30

Sendai virus infection of rats as a convenient model of acute respiratory infection. Veterinary Record 86(6): 164-165

Sending down of cadres: Investigation report on the collective resettlement of cadres in production teams in I-Huang hsien, Kiangsi Province. Surv. China Mainland Press, Hong Kong, 4567: 1-10

Senecio and Tyria (Callimorpha) in a Dutch dune area. A study on an interaction between a monophagous consumer and its host plant. Dynamics of Populations. Proceedings of the Advanced Study Institute on ' Dynamics of Numbers in Populations' Oosterbeek, The Netherlands, 7-18, Wageningen, The Netherlands, Centre for Agricultural Publishing and Documentation (Pudoc)., 390-403

Senecio sylvaticus in relation to Douglas-fir clear-cut succession In the Oregon Coast Range. Ecology, 49: 1101-1107

Senegal. L'agriculture africaine. Tome 2. Paris: Ediafric: la Documentation Africaine, 441-507

Senegal and the Ivory Coast. A report on a visit to Dakar and Abidjan, February 12-21, 1969. Senegal and the Ivory Coast. A report on a visit to Dakar and Abidjan, February 12-21 London: Br. Natn. Export Coun. (BNEC)., 18

Senegal's agricultural economy in brief. [Bull.] Econ. Res. Serv., US Dep. Agric, USDA,Washington, D.C

Senegal: Training Young Pioneer Farmers. Wld. Fd. Progr. News. Rome,

Senescence and nutrition. An important sociological and economic problem of actuality to nutritionists [1. Nutritio et Dieta; European Review of Nutrition and Dietetics 8(3): 226-234

Senescence in deseeded pea plants as affected by N6-benzyladenine treatment. Plant Physiol, Suppl. 12, 42

Senescence in detached betel leaves: role of the petiole. Science 167(3917): 387-388

Senescence in leaves of Acer pseudoplat anus L. and Parthenocissus tricuspidata Planch. 1. Changes in some leaf constituents during maturity and senescence. Ann. Bot, Lond, 29: 433-44. bibl

Senescence in leaves of Acer pseudoplatanus L. and Parthenocissus tricuspidata Planch. II. Changes in potassium and sodium content in leaves and leaf discs of Acer. Ann. Bot., Lond, 30: 120, 683-99

Senescence in rice panicle. 1. A decrease in dehydrogenase activity in the kernel senescence. Proc. Crop Sci. Soc. Japan. 38: 2, 338-41. Bibl. 3

Senescence in tomato leaves as related to greenness, ribonuclease activity, and the sensitivity of these factors to phytokinin treatment. Diss. Abstr., Sect. B, 29: 1572-3

Senescence induced by flowering. (Revision.). Portugal. Acta biol, 8: 248-66. bibl. 41

Senescence of inhibited shoots of peas and apical dominance. Ann Bot 30(119): 447-457

Senescence, quiescence, and cryptobiosis. Plant parasitic nematodes. Volume II. Cytogenetics, host-parasite interactions, and physiology, New York: Academic Press, Inc., 2: 297-318

Senescence: hormonal control of RNA and protein synthesis in excised bean pod tissue. Amer. J. Bot. 52: 841-8. bibl. 30

Senile amyloidosis in dogs and its relationship to so-called typical amyloidosis. Zentbl. VetMed, 16A: 477-494

Senile cataract and its relationship to the glucose-tolerance curve. South African Medical Journal 40(33): 801-804

Senile changes of dog skin. Journal of Small Animal Practice 8(1): 49-54

Senile plaques and cerebral amyloidosis in aged dogs. A histochemical and ultrastructural study. Laboratory Investigation; A Journal of Technical Methods and Pathology 23(3): 287-296

Senna has a growing export market. Indian Farming, 21: 8, 29-32

Sensational success of a new German breed of pig. Ganaderia. Madr., 22: 135-137

Sense and nonsense about vitamins: with a discussion on the evaluation of experimental observations. Naturwissensch. Rundschau. 17: 258-264

Sense organs and sensory reactions in cercariae. Parasit-olpgische Schriftenreihe. 21: 87-89

Sense organs of monogenean skin parasites ending in a typical cilium. Parasitology. 59: 3, 611-623

Sense organs of the hyperparasite Cheiloneurus noxius (Hymenoptera : Encyrtidae) important in host selection processes. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 65: 1, 41-46

Sensibility towards an alkylating agent of seeds of different ploidies. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 21(1): 1-5

Sensibilization of guinea-pigs with cow's milk as a model of sudden death in infants and small children. Acta Universitatis Carolinae. Medica 13(3): 207-213

Sensible rationalization in the home. Bayer, landw. Jb, Munchen, 44: 6, 722-39

Sensing humidity with thermocouples. Agricultural Engineering, 52: 12, 643

Sensitisation of the guineapig myocardium through the digestive tract mucosa. Hrana Ishrana. 9: 176-179

Sensitisation or intolerance of milk in ulcerative colitis?. Polski Tyg. lek, 22: 1526-1528

Sensitisation to necrosis by a diet lacking Mg. J. Physiol., Paris. 59: 251-256

Sensitisation to thiamine hydrochloride (vitamin B1). Srpski Arh. Lekar, 93: 473-480

Sensitising effect of a very weakly-virulent non-immunizing strain of swine fever virus and the resulting marked increase in virulence produced by the sensitized host. Zbl. VetMed, 11B: 119-134

Sensitive and precise estimation of intestinal Fe absorption in man by measurement of whole-body retention of 59Fe in 4 pi large volume radioactivity detector. Klin. Wochenschr, 44: 827-833

Sensitive enzymatic method for determination of glucose, galactose, and lactose in Cheddar cheese. J. Dairy Sci, 53: 10, 1377-80

Sensitive enzymatic method for determination of lactose, glucose, and galactose in cheese. J. Dairy Sci, 51: 6, 940

Sensitive fluorescent indicator for identifying and determining the concentration of aluminium in minerals and soil. Trans. Wis. Acad. Sci. Arts Lett, 53: 159-164

Sensitive method for detecting botulinum type C toxin in water. Bull. Acad. vet, Fr., 38: 251-255

Sensitive microbial assay procedure for chlortetra-cycline in milk and related products. J. Ass. off. analyt. Chem, 53: 5, 968-72

Sensitive test for lactic-streptococcal agglutinins. Journal of Dairy Science 48(9): 1245-1246

Sensitivity analysis of selected linear programming assumptions: a study of the stability of agricultural projections in river basin research. Dissertation Abstracts International A. Ann Arbor, Mich, 32: 1, 51

Sensitivity analysis of wool transportation. Aust. econ. Pap, Adelaide, 5: 2, 211-23

Sensitivity and error limits of two tests for distemper virus neutralizing antibody: a conventional neutralization test and the single dilution-probit test. Acta vet. scand, 6: 341-352

Sensitivity and induction of mutations in sorghum. Mutation Res, 10: 197-206

Sensitivity and specificity of the Asplanchna response to dietary a-tocopherol. J. Nutrition. 101: 113-126

Sensitivity of 100 strains of Candida albicans to a new antifungal compound, pimaricin. Ann. Med. Nancy. 5: 1006-1010

Sensitivity of Brucella melitensis and Brucella suis to Tbilisi Pophadze brucellophage. Ann. Inst. Pasteur. 106: 132-138

Sensitivity of E. coli and salmonellae isolated from camel (Camelus dromedarius) to various antibiotics. Indian Veterinary Journal 46(11): 934-938

Sensitivity of E. coli strains from various animal species to chlortetracyclinc and furazolidone. Vet. Med, Praha, 13: 463-469

Sensitivity of E. coli strains isolated from field cases of calf colibacteriosis to antibiotics and nitrofuran prepartions. I. Sensitivity to antibiotics in vitro. Medycyna wet, 23: 355-356

Sensitivity of French indigenous partridges to attenuated Newcastle disease viruses. Bull. Acad. vet. Fr, 41: 325-329

Sensitivity of French varieties of cultivated Mushroom to die-back viruses. Annls Epiphyt, 16: Hors-Ser. 1, 149-151

Sensitivity of Heliothis virescens larvae to aflatoxin in ad libitum feeding. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 9(1): 132-133

Sensitivity of Linum usitatissimum to the action of 1-alkyl-l-nitro-sourea with time. Studii si Cercetari de Biologie, Botanica, 23: 2, 159-166

Sensitivity of Malayan isolates of Fusarium to soil fungistasis. Pl. Soil, 24: 269-278

Sensitivity of Mycoplasma meleagri-dis to various antibiotics. Poult. Sci, 45: 1139

Sensitivity of Mycoplasma suipneumoniae to penicillin-G. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 12(1): 120-121

Sensitivity of Nocardia to trimethoprim and sulphonamides in vitro. Journal of Clinical Pathology 23(5): 423-426

Sensitivity of Rhizobium meliloti to ultra-violet rays and nitrosomethylurea. Mikrobiologiya, 38: 313-315

Sensitivity of Rhizobium species to certain fungicides. Archiv für Mikrobiologie 66(2): 121-128

Sensitivity of Rhizopus stolonifer to chilling. Phytopathology 57(8): 881-884

Sensitivity of salmonella organisms to various chemotherapeutic agents. Australian Veterinary Journal 45(8): 354-359

Sensitivity of a fine of pig kidney cells to strains from Iran and Turkey of foot and mouth disease virus, type SAT 1. Bull. Off int. Epizoot, 63: 469-475

Sensitivity of annual Medicago species to manganese toxicity as affected by calcium and pH. Aust. J. agric. Res, 21: 2, 223-232

Sensitivity of apple seed germination to light and some growth regulators. Biol. Plant, Prague, 12: 291-6. bibl

Sensitivity of azoto-bacter to some antibiotics and herbicides. Mikrobio-logiya, 37: 338-344

Sensitivity of bacteria isolated in practice to the common antibiotics and chemotherapeudc agents. II. Organisms isolated from cattle with pneumonia, enteritis, mastitis and sepsis. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk, 92: 515-520

Sensitivity of bacteria isolated in practice to the common antibiotics and chemotherapeutic agents. I. Organisms isolated from pigs with pneumonia, enteritis and sepsis. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk, 91: 1760-1766

Sensitivity of bacteria of the genus Aeromonas to some antibiotics and chemotherapeutic substances. Trudy vses. Inst. vet. Sanit, 35: 54-57

Sensitivity of begonias to air pollution. Hort. Res, 9: 112-16. bibl. 2

Sensitivity Of Bluetongue Virus To Ether And Sodium Deoxycholate. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 118: 1006-1009

Sensitivity of bluetongue virus to lipid solvents, trypsin and pH changes and its serological relationship to arboviruses. Journal of Hygiene 64(3): 339-346

Sensitivity of cell cultures, cattle, mice, and guinea-pigs for detection of nineteen foot-and-mouth disease viruses. Bulletin - Office International des Epizooties 63(9): 1607-1625

Sensitivity of certain enzymes of glycolysis and hexose phosphate shunt pathways of Streptococcus lactis to antibiotics. (Abstr. pap. read at ann. meeting Amer. Dairy Sci. Ass., June 1964). J. Dairy Sci, 47: 6, 675

Sensitivity of chicks to ochratoxins. Journal - Association of Official Analytical Chemists 54(5): 1032-1034

Sensitivity of chicks to synthetic estrogen induced vitellin production. On the method of expressing sensitivity and the phase of distribution for groups of estrogen-treated chicks. Jap. J. zootech. Sci, 36: 358-367

Sensitivity of day-old goslings to mycotoxins. Magy. Allatorv. Lap, 23: 230-234

Sensitivity of different barley varieties to acidity of the nutrient solution. Novenytermeles, 18: 4, 63-68

Sensitivity of dwarf and desi wheats at different growth stages to the application of 2,4-D. Indian Journal of Weed Science, 1: 2, 141-148

Sensitivity of emission spectrometry in the estimation of trace elements. Meded. Landbouwhogesch. Gent. 29: 539-557

Sensitivity of female warble flies (Oedemagena tarandi) and the tabanid fly Haematopota flavipes to dichlorvos, dibrom, chlorophos and carbophos. Veterinariya. Moscow, 7, 83-87

Sensitivity of folic acid: a case report. Indian Journal of Medical Sciences 20(2): 133-134

Sensitivity of free forms of gastrointestinal strongyles to chemical agents. I. Methods of study; calcium cyanamide test. Bull. Soc. Sci. vet, Lyon, 67: 55-67

Sensitivity of free forms of intestinal strongyles to chemical agents in vitro. II. Iron sulphate test. Bull. Soc. Sci. vet, Lyon, 69: 99-106

Sensitivity of free-living stages of gastro-intestinal strongyles to chemical agents, III. The herbicide dinitro-orthrocresol (ammonium salt). Bull. Soc. Sci. vet, Lyon, 69: 277-282

Sensitivity of freshly isolated strains of Erysipelothrix insidiosa to antibiotics. J. Japan vet. med. Ass, 24: 92-97

Sensitivity of fruit trees and soft fruits to gamma irradiation. Vest. sel'skohoz. Nauk.)Rec. agric. Sci.), 12, 37-40

Sensitivity of grapevines to injury by atmospheric sulphur dioxide. J. Jap. Soc. hort. sci, 39: 219-23. bibl. 8

Sensitivity of inbred mouse strains to experimental infection by dermatophytes. Cslka Epidem. Mikrobiol. Imunol, 19: 4, 169-174

Sensitivity of indirect immunofluorescent staining in leptospirosis serodiagnosis. Zentbl. Bakt. ParasitKde I. (Orig.), 207: 74-82

Sensitivity of induced localized acquired resistance to actinomycin D. Virology. 34: 264-8. bibl. 12

Sensitivity of induced mutants of an Avena cultivar to victorin at different temperatures. Phytopathology 59(11): 1769-1770

Sensitivity of larvae to photoperiods controlling the adult diapause of two insects. Journal of Insect Physiology. 17: 2, 205-216

Sensitivity of lettuce varieties to ozone. HortScience, 5: 4,

Sensitivity of lima bean (Phaseolus limensis Macf.) yield to 60Co gamma radiation give at three reproductive stages. Crop Science, 11: 3, 436-437

Sensitivity of listeria to certain antibiotics in the serial dilution test. Arch. exp. VetMed, 18: 767-773

Sensitivity of maize and barley plants to continuous gamma -irradiation at various stages of development. Radiobiologiya, 7: 6, 932-4. Bibl. 5

Sensitivity of maize to 2,4-D under different conditions of potassium nutrition. Izv. timiryazev. sel'-khoz. Akad, 4, 150-61. Bibl. 10

Sensitivity of mice to Clostridium oedematiens toxin administered by various routes. Byull. eksp. Biol. Med, 68: 8, 40-41

Sensitivity of micro-organisms to growth factors. 2. Effect of reducing agents on extraction and estimation of folacin activity by Lactobacillus casei, Streptococcus faecalis and Pediococcus cerevisiae. Annales de la Nutrition et de l'Alimentation. 25: 4, 263-275

Sensitivity of newly planted nursery crops to several herbicides and herbicide combinations. Proc. 21st N. east. Weed Control Conf, 196-9. bibl. 2

Sensitivity of organisms isolated from cases of bovine and goat mastitis to various antibiotics. Indian Veterinary Journal 44(8): 640-646

Sensitivity of peach rootstocks to triazine herbicides. Novenyvedelem, 6: 2, 60-3. Bibl. 5

Sensitivity of plant location solutions to changes in raw product supplies. Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics. Sydney, 39: 3, 36-42

Sensitivity of plants to atrazine in relation to mineral nutrition. Agrokhimiya, 7, 94-98

Sensitivity of pleuropneumonia-like organisms of caprine origin to some selective bacteriostatic agents. Vet. Fak. Derg, 11: 28-44

Sensitivity of postbarvest rot fungi of bananas to chlorine. Phytopathology, 61: 344-5. bibl. 2

Sensitivity of propionic acid bacteria to salt. Dt. Molk.-Ztg, 86: 20, 799-802

Sensitivity of seedlings of three bentgrass varieties to 2,4-D. Research report of the National Weed Committee, Western Section 1968. 207 p

Sensitivity of seedlings of twelve bluegrass varieties to 2,4-D. Research report of the National Weed Committee, Western Section 1968. 207-08

Sensitivity of seedlings of twelve bluegrass varieties to ioxynil. Research report of the National Weed Committee, Western Section 1968. 208-09

Sensitivity of seeds of some forest species to the action of gamma rays. Acta Univ. Agric., Brno (Fac. Silv.). 39: 4, 315-23

Sensitivity of selected Mushroom pathogens to aerated steam. Phytopathology. 60: 8, 1274-1275

Sensitivity of sheep erythrocytes to the haemolytic action of serum complement and haemolysin, investigated over a one-year period. Polskie Archwm wet, Zak-lad MikrobioL, Inst. Wet., Pulawy, 11: 65-72

Sensitivity of some cell cultures to the toxin of Dendrodochium toxicum. Trudy vses. Inst. vet. Sanit, 36: 32-33

Sensitivity of some cell cultures to toxins of D. toxicum. Trudy vses. Inst. vet. Sanit, 36: 32-33

Sensitivity of some maize hybrids and wheat varieties to the reaction of the nutrient medium. Kiserletugyi Kozle-rnenyek. MTA Talajtani es Agrokemiai Kutato Intezete, Budapest, Hungary., 62A: 1/3, 65-71

Sensitivity of some pasteurella strains to antibiotics. Efficacy of Mol-damin (benzathine penicillin) and Solvocin (tetra-cycline) in the control of fowl cholera. Lucr. stunt. Inst. agron. N. Balcescu. 9: 273-281

Sensitivity of southern peas to plant water deficit at three growth stages. Agronomy Journal, 64: 1, 60-64

Sensitivity of sown onions to Liro CIPC, Alicep and Ramrod at different growth stages. Biul. Warzyw, 10: 23-41. Bibl. 20

Sensitivity of spring wheat to chemical mutagens. Vest, sel'.-khoz. Nauki, Alma-Ata. 12, 16-21. Bibl. 7

Sensitivity of staphylococei isolated from gangrenous mastitis of ewes to antibiotics and furazolidone. Vet. Sbir., Sofia,. Vet. Stantsiya, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria., 65: 3, 15-17

Sensitivity of strain R avian erythroblastosis virus to ether and chloroform. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 120(3): 754-755

Sensitivity of suckling mice to various strains of infectious bronchitis virus . Acta Vet Scand 8(1): 86-87

Sensitivity of the CJ strain of hog cholera virus to lipolytic agents. Diss. Abstr, 26: 2697

Sensitivity of the Hitchner Bl strain of Newcastle disease virus to chlorine. Bull. Soc. vet. pract. Fr, 50: 400-410

Sensitivity of the agents of superficial and deep mycoses to tylosin in vitro. Revta Med. vet, 49: 2, 93-95

Sensitivity of the bacterial flora of puerperial infections in buffaloes and cows to sulphonamides and different antibiotics. Vet. Med. J, Giza, 9: 249-253

Sensitivity of the bovine mammary gland to Streptococcus agalactiae extracts. Bact. Proc, Vet. Coll., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N. Y., 47 p

Sensitivity of the cabbage looper, Trichoplusia ni, to Bacillus thuringiensis. J. Invert. Path, 1: 97-103

Sensitivity of the immunological response to the nutritional status of rats. Journal of Nutrition 102(4): 535-541

Sensitivity of the mitotic cycle to monocrotaline-pre-liminary data on Vicia faba. Caryologia, 22: 113-18

Sensitivity of the nitrate-ion membrane electrode in various soil extracts. Can. J. Soil Sci, 51: 95-104

Sensitivity of the swine erysipelas organism to antibiotics. Veterinariya, Moscow., 41: 7, 26-27

Sensitivity of the tick Otobius megnini to insecticides; control of the tick using Sevin (carbaryl). Revue Elev. Med. vet. Pays trop, 18: 89-94

Sensitivity of tobacco plants to 60Co gamma -irradiation at different stages of ontogenesis. Soobshch. Akad. Nauk gruz. SSR, 49: 1, 205-10. Bibl. 2

Sensitivity of tobacco varieties to tobacco mosaic virus. Phytopathology, 60: 1318 p

Sensitivity of variou, Listeria monocytogenes strains to antibiotics. Revta Zooteh. Med. vet, Bucuresti 67-73

Sensitivity Of Visual Receptors Of Carotenoid-Depleted Flies: A Vitamin A Deficiency In An Invertebrate. Science 146(3640): 65-67

Sensitivity of wild animals (opossum and fox) to Trypanosoma equinum. Revta Investnes Agropec, INTA, Rivadavia 1439, Buenos Aires, 1: 6, 59-65

Sensitivity of winter rape to the herbicide ammonium dinitro-o-cresolate (DNOC) applied to wheat in Champagne Berrichonne. C.r. hebd. Seanc. Acad. Agric. Fr, 55: 274-78

Sensitivity or hyper-sensitivity to tobacco mosaic virus according to the strains of virus, the species or varieties of host plants and the experimental conditions. C.R. Acad. Agric. Fr, 50: 1196-203. bibl. 3

Sensitivity or hypersensitivity to Tobacco mosaic virus in relation to the virus strains, the species or varieties of the host plants, and experimental conditions. C.r. hebd. Seanc. Acad. Agric. Fr, 50: 16, 1196-1203

Sensitivity or hypersensitivity to tobacco mosaic virus according to the strains of the virus, the species or varieties of host plants, and the experimental conditions. CR Acad. Agric. Fr, 50: 1196-203

Sensitivity reactions to iron-dextran. Failure to detect precipitin type of antibodies by agar gel diffusion test. Journal of Postgraduate Medicine 15(3): 112-113

Sensitivity testing and the plant location problem. Am. J. agric. Econ., Urbana, Ill, 52: 3, 403-40

Sensitivity to angiotensin and adrenocorticotrophic hormone in the sodium deficient rat. Endocrinology 83(5): 1108-1116

Sensitivity to antibiotics among 155 strains of Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolated from animals. Revta Zooteh. Med. vet, Bueuresti 84-87 ; 79-80

Sensitivity to antibiotics and furazolidone of some E. coli strains isolated from pigs. Revta Zooteh. Med. vet, Bucuresti 34-41

Sensitivity to antibiotics and serotyping of E. coli strains from poultry. Supl. cient. Boln inf. Consejo gen. Col. vet. Esp, 185, 3-5

Sensitivity to antibiotics of mastitis organisms commonly isolated in the Netherlands. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk, 92: 851-861

Sensitivity to antibiotics of pathogenic bacteria isolated from cows' milk. Vest. sel'.-khoz. Nauki. Mosk, 12: 4, 111-14

Sensitivity to antibiotics of pathogenic strains of Escherichia coli of porcine and avian origin. Can. Med. vet, 38: 197-203

Sensitivity to antibiotics of salmonella strains isolated from pigs. Veterinariya. Moscow, 11, 117-119

Sensitivity to antibiotics of some Salmonella and E. coli strains isolated from poultry and other birds. Vlaams diergeneesk. Tijdschr, Veeartsenijschool, 21 Casinoplein, 9000 Gent, Belgium, 39: 209-216

Sensitivity to antibiotics of some mycoplasmas associated with bovine mastitis. Archo vet. ital, 21: 413-419

Sensitivity to antibiotics of staphylococci and streptococci isolated from cows with mastitis. Veterinariya. Moscow, 5, 84-86

Sensitivity to antibiotics of strains of coagulase-positive staphylococci isolated from food. Roczn. paust. Zakt. Hig, 19: 1, 97-102

Sensitivity to antibiotics, and biological properties of Back (Actinobacillus) mallei strains used in the production of diagnostic preparations. Magy. Allatorv. Lap, 21: 500-501

Sensitivity to bacteriophage of local strains of lactic streptococci. Trudy gruzinsk. nauchno-issled. Inst. pishch. Prom, 4: 333-336

Sensitivity to chemo-therapeutic drugs of Escherichia coli isolated from infected, new-barn calves. Vet. Med, Praha, 13: 269-275

Sensitivity to chloramphenicol and colimycin of strains of Escherichia coli isolated from calves with enteritis. Clinica vet, Milano, 93: 293-295

Sensitivity to copper deficiency of different cereals and strains of cereals. Neth J Agr Sci 15(4): 249-258

Sensitivity to day length of some rice varieties. Agrobiologija Agrobiology. 1, 101-09

Sensitivity to griseofulvin of certain dermatophytes isolated in South Vietnam. Bull. Soc. Path, exot, 59: 5, 794-796

Sensitivity to griseofulvin of some African dermatophytes. Annls Soc. beige Med. trop, 46: 4, 465-470

Sensitivity to histoplasmin, coccidioidin, blastomycin, and tuberculin in East Pakistan. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 20(4): 621-624

Sensitivity to methylmethanesulfonate and nitrous acid of ultraviolet light-sensitive mutants in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Molecular & General Genetics 102(3): 247-256

Sensitivity to mycostasis of nematode trapping hyphomycetes. Trans. Dr. mycol. Soc, 51: 3-4, 555-561

Sensitivity to ozone determined for trees. Sci. Agric, 17: 1, 4-5

Sensitivity to the soluble heat-stable toxin of Bacillus thuringiensis of strains of Musca domestica tolerant to chemical insecticides. J. Invert. Path, 9: 2, 261-262

Sensitivity to tuberculin, PPD-B and histoplasmin in the population of Sabah in East Malaysia. Medical Journal of Australia 1(6): 317-321

Sensitivity to wetchicin A as a test for the identification of Welchia perfringens. The anaerobic bacteria. 125-131

Sensitivity, ageing and lethality of spermatozoa in the vas deferens of bulls. 5th int. Congr. Anim. Reprod. A.I, Trento, 7: 316-319

Sensitivity, resistance, predisposition of plants to diseases. Rev. Path. comp. Med. exp, INRA, Versailles., 69: 6, 137-146

Sensitization against mould fungi. Allergie und Asthma 14(3): 84-89

Sensitization By Erysipelothrix Rhusiopathiae (Insidiosa) With Relation To Arthritis In Pigs. Iv. Pretreatment With Live Cells And Challenge With Homologous Dead Cells. Cornell Veterinarian 55: 444-452

Sensitization of chickens to dust and microorganisms in poultry-house air. Vet. Arh, 39: 97-105

Sensitization of the oxidative action of xanthine oxidase by sulphite in milk. Z. Lebensmittelunters. u. Forsch, 134: 3, 156-62

Sensitization to house dust, bacteria and fungi in byssinosis. Allergie und Asthma 15(1): 26-31

Sensitization to or intolerance of milk in ulcerative colitis. Polski Tygod. lek, 22: 40, 1526-28

Sensitizing capacity of usnic acid derived from lichenized fungi. Acta derm.-vener., Stockh, 49: 5, 498-500

Sensors for measuring light available for photosynthesis. Ecology 47(4): 654-657

Sensors monitor tensions in transpiration streams of trees. Science 161(3840): 484-485

Sensory and shelf-life evaluations of cottage cheese treated with potassium sorbate. Journal of Dairy Science 52(4): 439-442

Sensory basis of activation in nematodes. Experimental Parasitology 27(3): 350-356

Sensory basis of activity in Ancylostoma tubaeforme infective larvae. Parasitology 64(2): 279-291

Sensory discrimination of fat and solids-not-fat in milk. J Dairy Sci 47(7): 719-726

Sensory discrimination of lactose, milk, salts, protein, and algin gum in milk. J. Dairy Sci, 48: 6, 762

Sensory end organs in the upper lip of the horse. American Journal of Veterinary Research 31(10): 1751-1754

Sensory evaluation of food. SIR Rapp, Gothenburg, Sweden: Inst. for Food Preservation Res., 255: 2, xi-xvii; 200-418. Price: $8

Sensory evaluation of food firmness. J. Texture Stud, 1: 1, 52-64

Sensory evaluation of food. I. Importance, methods and reliability. Z. Lebensmittelunters. u.-Forsch, 141: 5, 277-90

Sensory evaluation of food. II. Present practice and recommendations for improvement. Z. Lebensmitte-lunters. u.-Forsch, 143: 4, 241-53

Sensory evaluation of foods. III. Individual foods, special applications. Z. Lebensmittelunters. u. -Forsch, 143: 5, 321-37

Sensory evaluation of selected rice varieties. Philippine Agr 50(4): 310-316

Sensory evaluation of the feeding value of hay. Can. J. Anim. Sci, 48: 3, 373-81. Bibl. 11

Sensory food analysis. Lab. Pract, 13: 8, 700-38

Sensory functions of the palps and first tarsi of Macrocheles muscaedomesticae (Acarina: Macrochelidae), a predator of the house fly. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 59(1): 165-170

Sensory innervation of the nasal cavity of the chicken. Bull. Coll. Agric, vet. Med. Nihon Univ, 27, 1-11

Sensory quality changes in dried milk due to storage. Roczn. Technol. Chem. Zywn, 12: 237-49

Sensory quality evaluation of papads: quality profile technique and development of a composite scoring scale. Indian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics. 8: 5, 249-259

Sensory receptors in the ruminant stomach and their reflex effects. Physiology of digestion and metabolism in the ruminant. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Oriel Press, 23-34

Sensory regulation of food intake. Physiol. Behavior. 4: 853-858

Sepal, carpel and vegetative leaf in Trifolium repens L. Flora, Jena (E), 157: 2, 190-228. Bibl. 107

Sepaloidy in the red raspberry, Rubus idaeus L. Canad. J. Genet. Cyt, 6: 52-60

Separation of organic acids by thin-layer chromatography of their 2,4-dinitrophenylhydrazide derivatives and their analytical determination. Journal of Chromatography 21(1): 13-18

Separable programming for considering risk in farm planning. American Journal of Agricultural Economics. Gainesville, Fla, 54: 2, 260-266

Separate and combined effects of acetic and stearic acids on the secretion of fatty acids by the udder of a goat. C.r. hebd. Seanc. Acad. Sci. Ser. D, Paris., 271: 2, 237-40

Separate elution by ion-exchange chromatography of some biologically important selenoamino acids. Analytical Biochemistry 29(2): 257-264

Separate enzymatic determination of hypoxanthine and xanthine in human urine. Hypoxanthine, xanthine and uric acid in human urine and in decomposed blood. Scand. J. Clin. Lab. Invest, 17: 454-459

Separate estimation of vitamin A aldehyde and acid. Biohimija. 32: 1209-1219

Separate genes determining the structure and intracellular location of hepatic glucuronidase. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 58(3): 938-945

Separate homogenization of milk. Moloch. Prom, 29: 8, 20-22

Separate rearing of lambs in the breeding of sheep for meat and fat. Mater. Nauchno-proizvod. Konf. Vopros. Dal'neish. Razvit. Povysh. Prod. Zhivot. Karagand. Oblasti', 98-101

Separated power station fly ash with arsenic-containing compounds in the soil-plant system. Polnohospodarstvo, 16: 34-44. bibl. 28

Separated power station light ashes with the content of arsenic compounds in the soil/plant system. Pol'nohospoddrstvo. 16: 1, 34-44. Bibl. 28

Separates curds from whey in cheesemaking using perforated conveyor belting. Fd Process, 30: 8, 55

Separating Pecan and Hickory lumber. For. Prod. J, 20: 4, 58-9

Separating and recovering genetic variability of a sugarcane clone asexually by use of cell and tissue culture techniques. Abst. Pap. XI Internat. bot. Congr, 88 p

Separating cylinder of a continuous buttermaking machine. W. Germ. Pat, 1 196 004,

Separating determination of flavins using thin layer chromatography. Journal of Vitaminology 17(1): 49-51

Separating effect of the peripheral area of the bowl of disk separators in bactofugation. Izv. vyssh. ucheb. Zaved, Pishch. Tekhnol., 4, 97-101

Separating egg masses of the fall armyworm. Journal of Economic Entomology. 65: 3, 900-902

Separating internal and external resistance to moisture removal in wood drying. Wood Sci., Madison. 1: 4, 200-2

Separating males and females of the Hickory shuckworm. Laspeyresia caryana (Lepidoptera: Olethreutidae) by sexual characters. Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer, 60: 1, 282-3

Separating the rural and urban synanthropic fly faunas. Acta zool. hung, 13: 3-4, 379-383

Separation and analysis of component fatty acids of some commercial butter by gas-liquid chromatography. Indian J. Technol, 6: 1, 19-22

Separation and analysis of proteins of foot and mouth disease virus. Annls Rech. vet, 1: 7-15

Separation and characteristics of active soil-aggregating agents present in distillery slops. J. Agric. Univ. P. Rico, 51: 304-308

Separation and characterization of a satellite DNA from a yeast cytoplasmic petite mutant. J. molecular Biol, 37: 493-505

Separation and characterization of morphological elements of Candida albicans by urovison density gradient. Mycopathologia et Mycologia Applicata 45(2): 77-84

Separation and concentration by ion-exchange chromatography of trace elements before spectrographic analysis of plant material. S. African J. Agric. Sci, 9: 77-86

Separation and detection of carbamates and related compounds on polyamide. Journal of Chromatography, 52: 3, 453-459

Separation and detection of carboxylic acids by thin-layer chromatography. Journal of Chromatography 26(2): 512-514

Separation and determination of free monophosphate nucleotides in quiescent and germinating Phaseolus vulgaris embryos. Allionia, 16: 53-58

Separation and determination of Tobacco-pathological viruses with test plants. Bull. Inf. CORESTA, 2, 6-13

Separation and determination of biologically important alpha -keto acids. Journal of Chromatography. 57: 2, 281-286

Separation and determination of carbamate and urea herbicides by reaction gas chromatography. Journal of Chromatography 49(2): 205-214

Separation and determination of carbohydrates in the grain of sweet corn. Bjull. vses. Inst. Rasten. Vavilov. (Bull. Vavilov All-Un. Inst. PI. Industr.). 14, 53-56