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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 14725

Chapter 14725 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



The cost of snigging sawlogs in softwood plantations. Aust. Timb. J, 36: 1, 71 78

The cost of soil management in fruit growing. Fruit belge, 33: 207-11

The cost of transporting grain by farm truck. Research Report. Center for Transportation Studies. University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, 8, ix + 73. Price: $2.00, bibl. 14

The cost of transporting wheat. Fm Mgmt, Melbourne, 5: 2/3, 19-27

The cost of veterinary attention on farms in the German Democratic Republic. Sb. vys. Sk. zemed, Brno, 14: 515-527

The cost of weeding cotton. Proc. Weed Soc. N.S.W, 1: 3

The cost of who's living?. Internationalist. Wallingford, 2: 22-25

The cost price of citrus fruit production and means to reduce this price. Subtropiceskie Kul'tury. Moskva, 5: 17-26

The cost price of green house tomatoes. Izv. Ikonomiceskija Inst. (Sofija), 14 (25): 1/2, 133-156

The cost price of livestock products as a base for the purchase prices. Ikon. selskoto Stop, Sofija, 6: 7, 37-48

The cost structure of agricultural enterprises in W. Germany, France and the Netherlands. Ber. Landw, 44: 1, 19-53

The cost structure of commercial pig farming in South Africa, 1965/1966. Econ. Ser. Dep. Agric. Econ. Mktg, Pretoria, 67, 36

The cost structure of dairy farming in the Cape Peninsula and vicinity, 1967. Econ. Ser. Dep. agric. Econ. Mktg, Pretoria, 71, 37

The cost structure of foliage plants. Dtsche Gartenb, 11: 229-31

The cost structure of the Kenya coffee industry. Dissertation Abstracts International A. Ann Arbor, Mich, 31: 6, 2574. Price: M. $4.20, X. $14.85,

The cost structure of the citrus enterprise in the Nelspruit-Malelane vicinity 1968. Econ. Ser. Dep. Agric. Econ. Mktg, Pretoria. 72, 31

The cost to produce ready-to-lay pullet, in terms of pound of feed, man, labour, and efficiency factors. Pakistan J. Biol. Agric. Sci, 11: 19-32

The cost-effectiveness of soil survey. Outlook on Agriculture. Bracknell, 5: 6,

The cost-price squeeze on Australian farm income. Aust. J. agric. Econ., Melbourne, 1: 15, 1

The cost/benefits of measures for town and Tillage renewal. Weltwirt. Stud. Inst. Eur. Wirt.-Politik, Univ. Hamburg, Hamburg, 12, 169

The coste and profitability of agricultural production in Poland. Zagadnienia Ekonomiki rolnej. Warszawa, Suppl. 5, 188

The costing and analysis of produce operations. Timb. Grower, Lond, 14, 15-24

The costing of veterinary attention in milk and beef production. Arch, exp. VetMed, 23: 503-509

The costing problem in forestry. (Orm. Fak. No. 130). Istanbul Univ. Yay, 1356, 42

The Costrumogenic Effect Of Deficiency In Essential Fatty Acids In Children. Annales Paediatrici. International Review of Pediatrics 203: 59-67

The costs and benefits of tree improvement programs. Publication, Department of the Environment, Canadian Forestry Service. 1302, 34

The costs and returns to agricultural produc- tion on peasant farms (in Poland). Wies wspolczesna, Warszawa, 11: 6 (124), 105-13

The costs and suitability of forest management work using forest typology. Nauc. Trud. Lesoteh. Inst., Sofija. 13: 335-47

The costs of agricultural policy. Landwirtschaft Aus den offentlichen Anhorungen des Ausschusses fur Ernahrung, Landwirtschaft und Forsten des Deutschen Bundestages. Bonn: Presse-und Information Zentrum des Deutschen Bundestages, 190

The costs of economic growth. The costs of economic growth, London: Staples Press., xxi + Price: 1 16s,

The costs of fatstock slaughtering. Rep. Dep. Agric. Econ, Univ. Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle upon Tyne, 9, 36

The costs of feeding and their effect on milk production results. Ekon. poljoprivrede, Beograd, Beograd, 11: 7, 23-34

The costs of growing manila hemp and possible processing in the area of Tingo Maria. Agric. Ganad. trop, 1: 2, 12-13. bibl. 6

The costs of heating by natural gas. II. Meded. Dir. Tuinb, 28: 83-7

The costs of logging. Holz-Zbl, 96: 40; 117, 597-8; 1701-2

The costs of machine barking at the mill. Holz-Zbl, 96: 118, 1711-3

The costs of manpower reproduction in peasant farms (Poland). Zagad. Ekon. roln., Warszawa, 4: 3-20

The costs of marketing fat pigs in W. Germany. Veroff.] Forsch. Ges. Agr. Politik Agr. Soziol., Bonn. 213, 198

The costs of producing apples with different marketing methods. Fruitteelt, 61: 39, 982-983

The costs of rural settlement in the German Federal Republic 1956-60. (Beitr. Unters. N.F. Mater.-Samml Wohnungs- u. Siedlungs-wesen No. 57.). Die Gestehungskos-ten landlicher siedlerstellen in der Bundesrepub-lik,. Koln-Braunsfeld: R. Muller., 132. Price: DM8.80,

The costs of technical reconstruction in farming (Poland). Zycie Gosp., Warszawa, 35: 1-8

The costs of using agricultural machinery; firm conclusions (Argentina). Costos de utilizacion de la maquinaria agricola; su determinacion grafica, Buenos Aires, Argentina: EUDEBA., 39

The costs of various soil cultivation systems. Schweiz Z. Obst- u. Weinb, 107: 368-73; 389-94. bibl. l

The costs, returns, and effects of agricultural research in a developing country: the case of cotton seed research in, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Dissertation Abstracts International A. Ann Arbor, Mich, 31: 10, 4990

The cotton and sugar industries of Mexico and Peru: a comparative study. Diss. Abstracts, Ann Arbor, Mich, 25: 2, 882. Price: Microfilm $3.45,

The cotton bollworm-a serious pest of vegetable crops. Rastitelna Zashchita. 17: 4, 22-25

The cotton growing industry in Australia. J. Aust. Inst. Agric. Sci, Melbourne, 31: 3, 20-2

The cotton looper. Plusia spp.-Rhodesia agric. J, 66: 6, 144-145

The cotton plant. Le cotonnier, G.-P. Maisonneuve et Larose., 306

The cotton plant in Pakistan. Sci. Monogr. Pakistan centr. Cott. Committ., 1969. 1, 427

The cotton rat as a laboratory animal. J Z wierz. lab, 6: 119-126

The cotton rat as a laboratory animal for studies on experimental filariasis. II. The course of infection with Litomosoides carinii. Jap. J. Parasit, 13: 6, 507-513

The cotton rat, Sigmodon hispidus, as a host of Taenia mustelae Gmelin. J. Parasit, 57: 2, 442-443

The cotton situation after the first year of nationalization (in Syria). Etud. Mensuelle Econ. Finance Syrie Pays Arabes, Damas., 9: 100 (Spec. ), 39-45

The cotton variety 4S and its contribution to the increase in yield. Epistem. Deltion/Sci. Bull, 11, 37

The coturnix quail: anatomy and histology. The coturnix quail: anatomy and histology, Ames, Iowa: State University Press, xix + 306. Price: $7.95

The cotyledon morphology of wild potato species. Trud. priklad. Bot. Genet. Selekc. (Bull. appl. Bot. Gen. Pl.-Breed.). 37: 3, 19-23 p

The cotyledon test: a method of testing tobacco in respect of blue mould. Indust. aliment, Bucarest, 15: 427-30

The coulometric determination of glucose in human serum. Clinical Chemistry 14(5): 463-476

The coumarin-induced stimulation of germination and growth. Naturwissenschaf Ten 51(5): 117-118

The coumarins. Tetrahedron Lett., Oxf, 23, 2147-51

The countries exporting tropical woods, and their customers, 1966-1967. Bois For. Trop, 124, 66-70

The country grain elevator industry in Ontario. The country grain elevator industry in Ontario, Ontario, Canada: Fm Econ. Co-op. Statist. Brch, Dep. Agric. Fd., 42

The countryside and the Common Market. Commons, Open Spaces and Footpaths Preservation Society Journal. London, 18: 10, 6-9

The countryside: glossary and bibliography. L'espace rural: lexique et bibliographie, Librairie Agricole de la Maison Rustique,Paris, France: 4] + 77. Price: Fr

The course and control of Gumboro disease. Berl. Munch. tierarztl. Wschr, 81: 272-275

The course and development of the abomasal lesions in calves experimentally infected with the nematode parasite Ostertagia ostertagi. Brit Veterinary J 121(5): 228-233

The course and distribution of deformations in pressed sets of veneer, and the properties of the materials produced. Roczniki Wyzszej Szkoly Rolniczej, Poznan Prace Habilitacyjne. 29, 71

The course and length of sexual cycles, clinical observations and changes of physical characters of cervical secretions in cows. Ved. Pr. vyzk. Ust. Chov Skotu Rapotine. 4: 157-162

The course in forest engineering at the Facolta di scienze agrarie e forestali, University of Florence. Ital. for. mont, 20: 6, 268-70

The course in forestry at Gottingen University. Allg. Forstzeitschr, 22: 23, 395-8

The course of N. I. Vavilov's life and creative activity. N. I. Vavilov and agricultural science, 13-40

The course of accumulation of nitrogenous substances in leguminous plants. Plant microbes relationships. Proceedings of a symposium on relationships between soil micro-organisms and plant roots held in Prague, September 24-28 Prague, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, 269-276

The course of acid base balance in blood of healthy newborn infants. Akuserstvo Ginekol, 11, 61-64

The course of alimentary hyperglycaemia after intake of bread. Nahrung. 13: 191

The course of avian encephalomyelitis infection in breeding flocks immunized with live virus. Arch. Geflugelk, 26 Stefan-Meier-Strasse, 78 Frei-burg/Breisgau, 31: 342-348

The course of breeding and characters of Kurikoma, a processing tomato for unstaked cultivation. Nogyo oyobi Engei/Agric. & Hort, 42: 1709-711

The course of breeding and characters of a fifth local sort, Shiroenshu (EB1-4, EB1-6). Iwata Tobako Shikenjo Hokoku/Bull Iwata Tob. Exp. Sta, 1, 25-44

The course of breeding of new mutant sweet-potato lines R8 and R19resulting from irradiation treatment. Taiwan Nung-yeh/Taiwan Agric. Quart, 5: 1, 78-83

The course of breeding of promising new sugar-beet strains for the warm zone and the characteristics that recommend them. Tensai Kenkyu Hokoku/Bull. Sug. Beet Res, Tokyo, Suppl. 8, 106-22

The course of breeding of the mild flue-cured varieties MC641 and MG1610 and their characters. Bulletin of the Iwata Tobacco Experiment Station (Iwata Tobako Shikenjo Hokoku), 2, 19-28

The course of breeding of the tomato Nung-ta-tu-tou-hung and comparative trials of varietal yield. Yuan-i-hsueh Pao (J. Hort.)/Acta hort. sin, 5: 69-80

The course of breeding of varieties raised from the rice varieties Norin 22 x Norin 1 and their subsequent diffusion. The bred varieties Honenwase, Koshihikari, Echirowase, Hatsunishiki and Yamasenishiki. Nogyo oyobi Engei/Agric. & Hort, 42: 882-88

The course of brucellosis in guinea-pigs infected with brucella isolated from reindeer. Zh. Mikrobiol.Epidemiol. Immunobiol, 42: 4, 92-96

The course of cocci-dial infection in calves. Veterinariya. Moscow; Vet. Inst. Minsk, 3, 54-57

The course of cropping in 5 pear varieties at the Schraderhof Experimental Station. Neue dtsche Obstb, 8, 88-9. bibl. 9

The course of cytocinesis during pollen formation in sugar-beet plants with different chromosome numbers. Z. Pflanzenz, 58: 15

The course of deep root growth and secondary root formation in some tree species. Arch. Forstw, 15: 8, 825-56

The course of development and the economic and organizational problems of fruit production on the state farms of Bosnia and Hercegoyina. Poljopr. Pregl, 13: 9/10, 433-43

The course of diabetes mellitus in children. Voprosy Okhrany Materinstva i Detstva 15(5): 8-11

The course of digestion of different food proteins in the rat. Fractionation of the nitrogen in intestinal contents. Brit. J. Nutrition. 22: 483-491

The course of early stages of infection of Barley by U. nuda. Hodowla Rosl. Aklim. Nasienn, 12: 3, 269-281

The course of egg excretion in lambs experimentally infected with tricho-strongyles, hookworms and nodular worms, with special reference to the relationship between faecal egg counts, the course of the infestation and the numbers of mature worms. Berl. Munch tierarztl. Wschr, 78: 110-113

The course of experimental cryptococcosis of albino Mice during antibiotic treatment with trichomycin (preparations 1831/23). Antibiotiki. 14: 7, 639-643

The course of experimental infection of sheep with tick encephalitis viruses isolated from different parts of the Soviet Union. Voprosy Virusologii, Inst. Epidem. Mikrobiol, Minsk USSR., 10: 454-462

The course of flower bud development in black currants. Ken. szol. Foisk. Kozlem, 32: 5; part 2, 57-63. bibl. 5

The course of flower drop and changes occurring during the transformation of vine inflorescences into bunches. Grad. lozar. Nauka, 7: 1, 101-10. bibl. 15

The course of flowering in some wheat species under the conditions of Dagestan. Sborn. Trud. Aspirant, molod. nauc. Sotrud. vses. nauc.-issled. Inst. Rasten, 10: 27-30

The course of flowering in the most widely distributed varieties of Pelargonium zonale. Arch. Gartenb, 13: 83-103. bibl. 11

The course of formation of various products during the hydrolysis of plant material. Gidrol. lesohim. Prom, 20: 6, 8-10

The course of freezing and thawing of logs. Transl. For. Prod. Lab. Can, 190, 4

The course of freezing and thawing of tree stems. Holzforsch. u. Holzverwert., Wien. 16: 2, 29-30

The course of fruit ripening on James Grieve at two sites in the Niederelbe region at the end of the 1970 growing season. Mitteilungen des Obstbauversuchsringes des Alten Landes, 26: 7, 257-259

The course of germination of Scots Pine in a plastic greenhouse. Sveriges SkogsvForb. Tidskr, 67: 2, 103-8

The course of gloxinia seed germination. Gartenwelt, 71: 18, 410; 412

The course of growth and food conversion in broiler chicks. Landbouwk. Tijdschr., 's-Grov, 83: 466-470

The course of growth and intervarietal differences in the principal characters in the fodder turnip group. Hokuriku Nogyo Shiken-jo Hokoku/Bull. Hokuriku agric. Exp. Sta, 8, 1-27

The course of growth and ripening in pears. Lucr. sti. Inst. Cerc, horti-vitic. 1966. 8: 825-46. bibl. 25

The course of growth and the yield of pasture. Wirtschafts-eigene Futter, 10: 1, 1-9. bibl. 24

The course of growth in trees and some ways of describing it mathematically. Ekologiya. 2, 15-26

The course of growth of Oak on szik soils. Erdesz. Kutatas., Budapest. 63: 1/3, 95-108

The course of growth of Pinus caribaea var. hondurensis throughout the year in West Malaysia. Malay. Forester. 33: 3, 240-2

The course of growth of Populus 'Robusta' in the Nyirseg region. Erdesz. Kutatas., Budapest. 63: 1/3, 81-94

The course of growth of Spruce stems by height classes. Erdo. 19: 8, 350-5

The course of growth, development and yields of Crambe abyssinica Hochst. in different ways of tillage and fertilization and in different moisture conditions. Roczn. Nauk roln. (A). 91: 1, 187-217. Bibl. 82

The course of height and diameter increment: with discussion. Mitt. Forstl. VersAnst., Wien

The course of height increment in Poplars during the growing season. Ukr. bot. Z, 21: 6, 25-31

The course of hepatoma induction during the different protein intake. Jap. J. Nutrition. 25: 18-24

The course of humification and nitrogen incorporation into humic substances after addition of glucose (1-614C) and (15NH4)2SO4 to the soil. Albrecht-Thaer-Arch, 14: 495-506

The course of increment and regeneration under shelterwood management in broadleaved stands in the Krivoklat region. Lesnictvi. 16: 5, 389-408

The course of infection and egg production of Polymorphus minutus (Acanthocephala) in domestic ducks. Parasitology 58(1): 231-246

The course of megaloblastic anaemias treated with vitamin B12. Klin. Wochenschr, 45: 169-176

The course of metabolic processes in rabbits on a cholesterol-free atherogenic diet and given an inhibitor of fibrinolytic activity. Vop. Pitan, 28: 6, 24-29

The course of natural drying of Beech sawn timber. Pregl. naucnoteh. Rad. Inform., Zavod Tehn. Drveta, Sarajevo. 3: 2/3, 1-13

The course of naturally acquired helminth infections of horses given regular anthelmintic treatment. Research in Veterinary Science 9(6): 583-590

The course of nutrient accumulation in tomatoes. Grad. lozar. Nauka, 2: 753-63. bibl. 7

The course of opening of flowers, dehiscence of anthers and set of fruits in relation to the time of pollinating the stigma in buckwheat. Rep. Timirjazev agric. Acad. Dokl. sel'skohoz. Akad. Timirjazev, 108, 275-80

The course of phagocytosis in the opsonocytophagic test with brucella. Berl. Munch. tierarztl. Wschr, 77: 52-53

The course of photosynthesis and intervarietal differences during maturation of tobacco. Nihon Sakumotsugaku Kai Kiji (Proc. Crop Sci. Soc. Japan). 37: 1, 135-39

The course of poisoning of normal and pyrethrins-resistant house flies by pyrethrins-piperonyl butoxide residues: a kinetic analysis. Ent. exp. appl, Amsterdam, 7: 3, 229-240

The course of production and trade in the agricultural sector during 1965. Previdenza sociale Agric, Roma, 1/2: 13-7

The course of production of the rice varieties Hoyoku, Kokumasari and Shiranui. Nogyo oyobi Engei/Agric. & Hort, 41: 1741-46

The course of reduction, and elimination of reduction processes in artificially compacted soil. Z. PflErnahr. Dung. Bodenk, 117: 130-139

The course of resin exudation. Gorskostop. Nauka. 7: 1, 61-8

The course of respiration in apples and pears with reference to the climacteric. Erwerbsobstbau, 13: 6, 98-101

The course of ripening of banana fruits stored in sealed polyethylene bags. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, Volcani Institute, Rehovot, Israel., 96: 4, 401-403

The course of ripening of hop cones in connection with the determination of their biological age. Rostl. Vyroba, 14: 287-302. bibl. 21

The course of root and shoot growth in young Quercus robur plants in the open and under shade. Arch. Forstw, 16: 6/9, 745-9

The course of simultaneous tuberculin tests in cattle infected with bovine and avian type tubercle bacilli. Ved. Prace Ustavu vet. Brno, 3: 249-256

The course of specific activity of 45Ca in faeces and urine on Ca-free diet in studies on adult pigs. Ztschr. Tierphysiol. Tierernahrung Futtermittelk, 22: 290-297

The course of stamenogenesis in the three indigenous flint maize (Zea mays convar. vulgar is Korn., Grebensc.) cultivara Jecmenka, Koroska Hitrica and Beltisnka Trdin- ka. Zbornik Biotehniske Fakuhete Univerze v Ljub-Ijani, Kmetijstvo, 17: 139-159

The course of temperature change in heated logs during cooling. Pregled naucnoteh. Rad. Inform., Sarajevo. 2: 2, 1-15

The course of the cycle in the white mouse (Mus musculus L.) irradiated with ultraviolet rays of different ranges. Acta biol. cracov. Ser. Zool, 8: 75-85

The course of the early stages of infection of barley with loose smut, U. nuda (Jens.) Rostr. Hodowla Roalin Aklimatyz. Nasiennictwo. 12: 269-81

The course of the first meiotic prophase in Beta procumbens and in the F1 between B. vulgaris and B. procumbens. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 39(8): 356-360

The course of the last major plague of the African migratory locust, 1928 to 1941. Pl. Prot. Bull. F.A.O, Rome, 14: 1, 1-16

The course of the seasonal hatching of the larvae and the age composition of females of Aedes caspius caspius Pall, in Uzbekistan. Parazitologiya. 3: 2, 140-143

The Course Of Uncomplicated Experimental Infections With Trichostrongylus Colubriformis In Calves. Journal of Parasitology 51: 174-174

The course of variation in fruit tree experiments. J Hort Sci 43(2): 121-131

The course of virus-specific protein synthesis in pig kidney cells after infection with foot and mouth disease virus. Arch. exp. VetMed, 21: 1461-1468

The course of white rot due to Fomes lignosus in a hevea plantation established immediately after forest clearing. Ser. Sci. Inst. nat. agron. Congo. 105: 54. bibl. 22

The course of winter dormancy in the apricot. BM. Plant, Prague, 8: 202-8. bibl. 12

The covariance analysis of volume in fertilizer trials. Norsk. Skogbr, 15: 9, 229-31

The cover deposits and paleosols of the Fagotia gravels southwest of Moosburg. Neues Jb. Geol. Palaont. Mh, 4: 214-227

The covering of risks connected with agricultural credit operations. Bancaria, Roma. 27: 6, 754-9

The cow does the work. Dairy Herd Mgmt, 8: 2, 14-15; 21

The cow index and herd average once more. Buskap Avdratt, 23: 294-295

The cowpea in the African areas of Rhodesia. Rhodesia agric. J, 67: 3, 61-4. Bibl. 20

The cows revolve but is it a revolution?. Wld Fmg, 13: 2, 4-8

The cowshed of the future-a milk factory with 160 cows. Mejeritidskr. Finl. Svenskbygd, 5, 188-91

The crampon-based Dictyostelia. Amer J Bot 54(5): 515-528

The cranial part of the thymus in the bovine foetus: morphology, topography, external blood supply and development. Zentbl. VetMed, 13A: 414-427

The cranio-logical type of Kurgan cattle. Dokl. Timiryazev. sel'.-khoz. Akad, Mosk., 95, 49-57

The cream market in Northern Ireland. Report of a study group appointed by The Federation of Producer Co-operative Creameries in Northern Ireland. Milk Marketing Board for Northern Ireland and Northern Ireland Milk Alliance. The cream market in Northern Ireland. Report of a study group appointed by The Federation of Producer Co-operative Creameries in Northern Ireland. Milk Marketing Board for Northern Ireland and Northern Ireland Milk Alliance, Belfast: Milk Marketing Board for Northern Ireland, 21

The cream regulations 1970. Statutory Instruments. London: H.M. Stationery Office, 752, 10. Price: 1s 9d

The creaming of milk and micro-organisms agglutination, II. Creaming capacity in relation to the characteristics of single cow milk and to its mixing. Scienza Tec.latt.-casear, 20: 4, 219-44

The creaming properties of carabaos' milk. I. A comparison of the creaming of cows' milk and carabao's milk. Milchwissenschaft, 23: 1, 21-23

The creaming properties of carabaos' milk. n. A study of the factors influencing the creaming ability of carabaos' milk. Milchwissenschaft. 23: 4, 204-07

The creatine and creatine phosphate contents of the small intestine mucosa of the rat before and during food ingestion. Acta Chem Scand 18(6): 1397-1402

The creatinine height index: its use in the estimation of the degree of protein depletion and repletion in protein calorie malnourished children. Pediatrics 46(5): 696-706

The creation and use of hybrid pigs in Rostov region. Zhivotnovodstvo. Mosk., 33: 2, 84-86

The creation of a breeding herd of Latvian Browns in Tselinograd region. Trudy alma-atin. zootekh.-vet. Inst. Ser. zootekh, 17: 18

The creation of a fine-wooled breed for Central-Southern Bulgaria. Zhivotnovodstvo. Mosk., 30: 7, 85-89

The creation of a new breed group of pigs by the method of remote hybridisation. Alma-Ata: Nauka, 195. Price: 1 Rbl. 47 Kop,

The creation of a new meat breed. Moloch, myas. Skotov, 12: 5, 7-9

The creation of a polycross maize hybrid. Vestnik sel'skohozjajstv. Nauk. (Rep. Agric. Sci.), 12, 62-64

The creation of a programme to control mosquitos and Culicoides in San Miguel de Cozumel, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Revta Invest. Salud publ. Mexico, 30: 1, 17-36

The creation of a stud flock from black ewes producing Sur lambs. Agrobiologiya. 5, 759-761

The creation of a stud flock of English mutton breeds. Dokl. vses. Akad. sel',-khaz. Nauk V.I. Lenina, 7, 30-33

The creation of a system of continuous supply of information as a modern method of organization for the administration of the co-operative society Vegetable Centre Nauen. Gestaltung des In-formationsfiusssystems ais moderne Organisa-tionsmethode fur die Leitung der Kooperations-gemeinschaft 'Gemusezentrum Nauen', Berlin, Germany: Sekt. Gar-tenbau Humboldt-Univ., 85

The creation of a world collection of plant resources and its utilization in breeding. Selekcija i Semenovodstvo (Breeding & Seed-growing), 2, 4-13

The creation of barley cultivars. Selekcija i Semenovodstvo (Breeding & Seed-growing). 5, 78-79

The creation of beef cattle using dual-purpose Shorthorns. Zhivotnovodstvo. Mosk, 31: 1, 59-62

The creation of breeding herds of Dutch (Black Pied) cattle in Siberia. Preliminary data. Trudy sib. nauchno-issled. Inst. Zhivot, 17, 78-101

The creation of high fat content groups of Aulie-Ata cattle based on the breeding of Aulie-Ata x Jersey crossbreds. Trudy alma-atin. zootekh.-vet. Inst. Ser. zootekh, 15: 3, 7-9

The creation of initial forms of maize hybrids for the northwest districts of Ukraine. Selektsiya i semenovodstvo. Resp. mezhved. temat. nauchn. sb, 7, 3-12

The creation of initial material for breeding winter wheat at the KineP Breeding Station. Izv. kujbysev. sel'skohoz. Inst, 17: 20-22

The creation of initial material of winter wheat. Selekcija i Semenovodstvo (Breeding & Seed-growing). 30: 5, 51-53

The creation of lines in which male sex is absent or not expressed, as a basis for the production of hybrids: its application in some vegetable species. Sementi Elette, 17: 3, 15-24

The creation of meat-wool sheep breeding in Siberia. Mater. Nauchno-proizv. Konf. Vses. Nauchno-issled. Inst. Ovtsev. Kozov. Vyp. 3. Stavropol', 150-153

The creation of new forms of pea by injections. Vestn. sel'skohozjajstv. Nauk. (Rep. agric. Sci.). 2: 89-98

The creation of new roses at Cap d'Antibes.). Pepinieristes, Horticulteurs, Maraichers. 78, 4231-4

The creation of new strawberry varieties by hybridization. Proceedings of the Balsgard Fruit Breeding Symposium held at Balsgard Fruit Breeding Institute, Fjalkestad, Sweden on August 31st-September 2nd, 1966. 95-99

The creation of semi-dwarf barley varieties. (Cereals improvement: hybrid varieties and aspects of culm shortening.). Euphytica, 17: Suppl. 1, 177-84

The creation of sterile analogues of maize lines by the method of androgenesis. Plant breeding using cytoplasmic male sterility, Urozaj, Kiev., 172-83

The creation of stud lines in turkey breeding. Ptitsevodstvo. 17: 1, 10-11

The creation of the Ukrainian Mountain breed of sheep. Visn. sil.-hospod. Nauk, 10: 89-94

The creation of winter-hardy barley forms. Biology in the universities and teaching colleges of the Ukraine over 50 years, 390-92

The creative path of Timofej Danilovic Stvahov (on the 75th anniversary of his birth). (In memory of T. D. Strahov.). Texts of papers at the IVth All-Union Conference on immunity in Agricultural Plants, Kisinev., 3-21

The creative path of a scientist. Kartofel' i OVOSCI (Potato & Vegetables). 7, 35 p

The creator of the apple calendar. Selekcija 1 Semeno-vodstvo (Breeding & Seed-growing), 5, 76-80

The creator of the flower of the sun. Sel'sk. Nov' (Rur. News), 1, 14-15

The credit position of (W. German) farmers. Landarbeit, Stuttgart, 21: 1, 1-4

The credit rating of agriculture in the Federal Republic (of Germany). Ber. u. Landw, Hamburg, 42: 4, 753-95

The crediting and financing of agricultural production. Den'gi Kredit, Moskva, 23: 8, 31-5

The crediting of production co-operatives and capital investments in agriculture. Finansi Kredit, Sofija., 16: 7, 51-62

The crises in the EEC agricultural market and the dilemma of a monopolistic state agricultural policy. DWI-Berichte. Berlin, 23: 3, 29-36

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The demand for flowers-by-wire. Mktg Res. Rep., US Dep. Agric, Washington, D.C., 762, 36

The demand for food and conditions governing food aid during development. (Wld Fd Progm. Stud. No. 1.). The demand for food and conditions governing food aid during development, Rome: FAO., 69. f

The demand for food in South Africa. Agrekon., Pretoria. 9: 4, 15-20

The demand for foodstuffs of animal origin under the influence of economic growth. (Schr. Gesellsch. Wirt. Sozialiwiss. Landbaues No. 7.). Entwicklungstendenzen in der Produktion und im Absztz tierischer Erzeugnisse, Munchen/Basel/Wien: BLV Verlagsgesellsch., 1-35

The demand for horticultural produce and development in the pattern of trade in the U.K. The demand for horticultural produce and development in the pattern of trade in the U.K, Cambridge, UK: Dep. Ld Economy, Univ. Cambr., 15

The demand for inputs and the aggregate supply function for agriculture. J. agric. Econ, Reading, 21: 2, 225-38

The demand for investment in farm buildings. Diss. Abstr, 26: 6, 3084. Price: Microfilm $3.60,

The demand for irrigation Water in an intensive irrigation area. Aust. J. agric. Econ, Melbourne, 13: 2, 128-43

The demand for lauric oils in the United States. Am. J. agric. Econ, Urbana, Ill., 52: 1

The demand for major fruits and vegetables in Canada. Can. J. Agric. Econ., Ottawa. 18: 2, 55-9

The demand for manpower--an East African case study. J. Dev. Stud, London, 1: 3, 226-50

The demand for meat in Belgium (1950-1965). Econ. rur, Paris, 81/82, 67-73

The demand for meat, milk and eggs in postwar Japan. Rur. econ. Probl, Tokyo, 31: 1, 1-27

The demand for oranges in West Germany. Veroff. Forsch.-Gesell. Agr.-Politik Agr.-Soziol, 190, 235

The demand for outdoor recreation in the countryside. Report of a Seminar held in London on 15 January 1970. The demand for outdoor recreation in the countryside. Report of a Seminar held in London on 15 January, London, UK: Countryside Commn., 59

The demand for selected deciduous tree fruits with implications for alternative 1980 production levels. Giannini Fdn Res. Rep. Calif. Agric. Exp. Stn, Berkeley, Calif, 309, 118

The demand for selected deciduous tree fruits with implications for economic adjustments associated with increased water supply: San Joaquin Valley West Side. Diss. Abstr. Int. A, Ann Arbor, Mich, 30: 5, 1713. Price: M. $3.00. X. $9.00

The demand for small woodconclusions to be drawn for stand formation and the tending of young stands. Allg. Forstzeitschr, 25: 18, 368-70

The demand for tobacco in the UK. Manchr Sch. Econ. Social Stud., Manchester. 1: 23-36

The demand for wool. Westminster Bank Rev., London, 73-9

The demand function for beef in Argentina in the period 1935-61. Buenos Aires: Centro Invest. Econ. Inst. Torcuato Di Telia, 43. Price: Pesos 60,

The demands made by the farmer with respect to new varieties of grasses, pulses and beets. Zaadbelangen. 18: 3-4; 6

The demarcation of forest 'strata' by means of aerial photography in tropical regions. Publ. Dir. Gen. Invent. Nac. For. Mex, 4, 31

The demethylation of phenols during the pyrolysis of wood. Nauc. Trud. Leningr. Lesoteh. Akad, 113, 27-9

The demise of Herb. WINF (M). Commonw. phytopath. News. 2, 1-2

The democratic land reform: the beginning of fundamental changes in forest ownership and in the forest economy in E. Germany. Sozial, Forstw, 20: 10, 289-93

The demonstration animal breeding establishment, Bejaoua, in Tunisia. Molkerei-u. Kasereiztg. 15: 38, 1453-54; 1456

The demonstration of C. neoformans in bird and bat habitats in Emilia Romagna. Riy. ital. Ig, 29-30: 3-4, 205-211

The demonstration of Sugarbeet mild yellows virus in E. Germany. Arch. PflSchutz. 3: 3, 177-183

The demonstration of Tomato bushy stunt virus in Grapevines. Phytopath. Z, 60: 3, 273-277

The demonstration of a new persistent strawberry virus in Germany. Phytopath. Z, 57: 138-44. bibl. 14

The demonstration of a sex chromatin body in amniotic tissue of the sheep. Canadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology. Journal Canadien de Genetique et de Cytologie 10(1): 180-185

The demonstration of a single species of an unclassified bacterium in five cases of bovine lymphosarcoma. Growth 31(4): 357-368

The demonstration of aflatoxin and the occurrence of aflatoxin simulating substances in food. Z. Lebensmittelunters, u. -Forsch, 138: 1, 1-11

The demonstration of an interaction between earliness and susceptibility to Verticillium in tomatoes. Phytopath. medit. 4: 25-30. bibl. 3

The demonstration of antibodies in the intestinal mucus of sheep infected with Oesophagostomum columbianum by means of the percutaneous anaphylaxis test. Australian Journal of Biological Sciences 19(2): 339-340

The demonstration of chromosomes in the rabbit blastocysts. Fertility and Sterility 22(3): 178-180

The demonstration of decline in pears on seedling and quince rootstocks. Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes, 23: 11, 170

The demonstration of hydrolases in dermatophytes and moulds by staining. Arch. klin. exp. Derm, 228: 1, 82-90

The demonstration of immunoglobulins in porcine intestinal tissue by immunofluorescence with observations on the effect of fixation. Immunology 18(6): 799-806

The demonstration of inhibitors in bacteriological meat inspection and its significance for the consumer. Dt. tierarztl. Wschr, Deutschordenstr. 48, 6 Frankfurt/Main, 77: 577-580

The demonstration of milk-homologous antibodies and their significance. 2. Follow-up study. Arch. Kinderheilk, 68. 176: 240-249

The demonstration of pathogenically different biotypes in races of black rust of wheat and the conclusions to be drawn from it. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst., Stuttgart. 19: 4, 60-62

The demonstration of precipitins in the serum as an aid in the diagnosis of the growth of A. in the lung. Ned. Tijdschr. Geneesk, 112: 52, 2351-2357

The demonstration of root promoting substances in apple and plum rootstocks. East Malljng Res Sta Annu Rep 1964: 124-128

The demonstration of the transmissibility of Border disease of sheep. Vet. Rec, ARC Anim, Breeding Res. Organisation, Edinburgh 9, 81: 114

The demonstration of two gamma-globulin subclasses in the goat. Immunochemistry 6(5): 641-644

The denaturation of alpha -lactalbumin and beta -lactoglobulin in heated milk. J. Dairy Res, 37: 2, 233-43

The denaturation of proteins: two state? reversible or irreversible?. Experientia 27(6): 617-624

The dendroautograph - an apparatus for recording diurnal radial variation and growth of trees. Rev. Padurilor. 79: 9, 499-501

The dendrochronology of Silver Fir in central Europe for over 1100 years. Flora, Jena. 159: 3, 31046

The dendrochronology of three tree species in the central Mississippi valley. Dissert. Abstr. int, 30B: 7, 3048. Price: M. $3.00; X. $8.40. 184

The dendrometer at the 'Expo'. Schweiz. Z. Forstw, 116: 4/5, 429-32

The density effect on the appearance of two wing-forms in the brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens and smaller brown plant-hopper, Laodelphax striatellus. Jap. J. appl. Ent. Zool, 11: 2, 57-61

The density of Spruce plantations. Bull. Soc. For. Franche-Comte. 35: 4, 90-3