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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 14743

Chapter 14743 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



The estimation of weight loss in stored potatoes. 3. Results from the improved potato press. Eur. Potato J, 11: 4, 266-76. Bibl. 6

The estrogenie isoflavones of Trifolium medium L. and their inheritance. Diss. Abst, 29: 2713B-14B

The Estrone Content Of Hen's Urine. Canadian Journal of Biochemistry 43: 539-547

The ethereal oil cells of Canella. Amer. J. Bot, 51: 6 Part 2, 676

The ethics of certain surgical procedures in the dog. Veterinary Record 86(12): 332-335

The ethics of phenetic comparison. Abstracts of papers from the Tenth International Botanical Congress, Edinburgh 1964. 145 p

The ethmoid labyrinth of the pig. Zentbl. VetMed, Vet, Fak., Palackeho l, Brno, Czechoslovakia, 17A: 68-84

The ethnic factor in the development of rural settlements in Israel. Sociol. rur, Assen, 7: 2, 130-55

The ethnie population census, preliminary to the rural socio-economic enquiry (in Malagasy Republic). Terre Malgache, Univ. Madagascar, Tananarive, 2: 129-49

The ethnobotany of the Coast Salish Indians of Vancouver Island. Econ. Bot, 25: 3, 335-9

The ethylene glycol monoethyl ether (EGME) technique for determining soil-surface area. Soil Sci, 100: 409-413

The etiologic agent of Norwegian scabies. Transactions of the St. John's Hospital Dermatological Society 53(1): 80-81

The etiology and histopathology of Hehninthosporium `buster canker of Pear'. Phytopathology. 61: 3, 312-316

The etiology and pathology of eosinophilic lung (tropical eosinophilia). American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 15(2): 183-189

The etiology and therapy of labyrinthitis in laboratory animals. Z Versuchstierkunde 8(6): 351-356

The etiology of ' Tsilik marasi' of Vines. Annls Inst. phytopath. Benaki. 7: 217-218

The etiology of 'Braunfleckengrind', a bark necrosis of Poplar. 2. Studies on its cause. Phytopath. Z, 57: 1, 59-78

The etiology of 'Braunfleckengrind', a bark necrosis of Poplar. 3. Studies on the liquid in the necrotic area ('reaction sap'). Phytopath. Z, 58: 3, 281-90

The etiology of 'Braunfleckengrind', a bark necrosis of Poplar. 4. Studies of associated factors. Phytopath. Zh, 66: 4, 297-316

The etiology of 'Braunfleckengrind', a bark necrosis of the genus Populus. Phytopath. Z, 52: 4, 305-18

The etiology of blackline in grafted Persian Walnuts. Pl. Dis. Reptr, 49: 11, 954

The etiology of bovine infectious keratoconjunctivitis and its management with furazolidone. SWest. Vet, 20: 273-275

The etiology of cup formation in celeriac (A. graveolens var. rapaceum (Miller), DC). I. Symptomatology and anatomical and morphological bases. Z. PflKrankh, 74: 556-61

The etiology of double-yolked eggs and the nutrition of pullets. Pticevodstvo, 4, 22-23

The etiology of enzootic pneumonia of calves. Can. vet. J, 11: 194-202

The etiology of hollowness in celeriac (Apium graveolens var. rapaceum). III. The effect of plant protection compounds on tuber development and the occurrence of hollowness. Z. PflKrankh, 75: 23-9. bibl. 4

The etiology of hollowness in celeriac (Apium graveolens var. rapaceum). n. The influence of factors affecting tuber size on the occurrence of hollowness. Z. PflKrankh, 74: 676-83. bibl. 4

The etiology of pathologic changes in canine heartworm disease. Pathology of parasitic diseases, Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University Studies, 161-171

The etiology of shoot and leaf dieback in Quercus iberica in the early spring. Mikol. i Fitopat., Leningrad. 3: 4, 365-7

The Etiology Of Strangles. Cornell Veterinarian 54: 198-205

The etiology of the strawberry disease caused by Aphelenchoides fragariae and Corynebacterium fascians. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst., Braunschweig. 20: 17-21. bibl. 9

The etiology of tinea cruris in Karachi. British Journal of Dermatology 81(11): 858-860

The etiology of tumours occurring in Pinus halepensis. Proc. 14th Congr. Int. Union For. Res. Organ., Munich Pt. V, Sect. 24, 1967. 445-6

The etiology, including nutritional considerations, of Passion Fruit brown spot in Hawaii. Pl. Dis. Reptr, 53: 10, 789-792

The etymology of herbicide. Weed Sci, 17: 2, 137-9. Bibl 16

The eukaryotic chromosome. Annual Review of Biochemistry 39: 151-182

The eutrophication of surface waters as a result of agriculture and urban populations. Stikstof. 6: 69, 384-395

The evaluation and calculation of the costs of various systems of collecting milk. Kieler milchwirtschaftliche Forschungsberichte. Hildesheim, 22: 3, 207-253

The evaluation and selection of Altai fine-wooled stud rams. Novosibirsk: Sibirskoe Otdelenie Izdateljstva " Nauka ", 160. Price: 77 Kop,

The evaluation and selection of characters in Angiosperm taxonomy: an example from Crotalaria. New Phytol. 69: 4, 1149-60. Bibl. 14

The evaluation in the first lactation of F1 crossbreds from Bohemian Red Spotted cows and Swedish Red-and-White bulls. Zivoc. Vyroba. 12: 4, 309-324

The evaluation of African rangeland using aerial photographs. Proc. 11th int. Grassld Congr., Surfers Paradise, 1970. 99-101. Bibl. 8

The evaluation of Anthocephalus cadamba for dissolving pulp. T.P.I. Rep. Trop. Prod. Inst., Lond, L 13, 15

The evaluation of C14 ages for soil carbonate from the arid zone. Proc. Prehistoric Soc, 36: 280-311

The evaluation of Kholznogor bulls on udder quality of their daughters. Mater. II Konf. Molod. Uchen. Genet. Razved. Sel'.-khoz. Zhivot., Tom 3, VNII Razved. Genet. Sel'.-khoz. Zhivot. Leningrad, 38-40

The evaluation of S G-9880-impregnated intravaginal sponges used with or without PMS for the advancement of the breeding season of British breed ewes. The control of the ovarian cycle in the sheep, Sydney N. S. W.: Sydney University Press., 144-157

The evaluation of SC-9880-impregnated intravaginal sponges for the synchronization of oestrus for large scale artificial insemination of Merino ewes in summer and autumn. The control of the ovarian cycle in the sheep, Sydney N. S. W.: Sydney University Press., 208-236

The evaluation of Sahiwal herd performance at West Pakistan Agricultural University, Lyallpur. Agriculture Pakist, 15: 1, 7-13

The evaluation of Several progestagen treatments in the entire cyclic ewe. The control of the ovarian cycle in the sheep, Sydney, N. S. W.: Sydney University Press., 39-47

The evaluation of Simmental bulls on udder shape and milking rate indices of daughters. Izv. irkutsk, sel'.-khoz. Inst, 1: 28, 68-71

The evaluation of Simmental stud bulls on daughters' milk production in the first months of lactation. Issledovanija v zivotnovodstve, Kiev: Urozai., 3-11

The evaluation of a complement fixation test for the diagnosis of porcine enzootic pneumonia. Veterinary Record 85(21): 573-577

The evaluation of a coprological technique for assessing drug efficacy in schistosomiasis japonica. J. Philipp. med. Ass, 46: 11, 698-704

The evaluation of a discrete automatic analysis system. South African Medical Journal 45(21): 576-579

The evaluation of a live salmonella vaccine in mice and chickens. Journal of Hygiene 69(2): 233-245

The evaluation of a lowgossypol glandless cottonseed meal in broiler diets. Poultry Sci, 47: 1179-1186

The Evaluation Of A Rapid Solvent Extraction Method For The Determination Of Strontium-90 In Milk. Health Physics 11: 37-40

The evaluation of a stallion on the basis of some behavioural characters of his progeny during work and grooming. Acta agr. silvest. Ser. zootech, Krakow, 6: 2, 17-53

The evaluation of a teat-dipping formulation chlorhexidine. Vet Rec 83(5): 112-114, 115

The evaluation of agricultural development projects. Z. ausl. Landw, Frankfurt a.M., 7: 1, 65-74

The evaluation of agricultural research. Land-bouwk. Tijdschr., Wageningen. 83: 2, 43-8

The evaluation of alternative methods of administration of progestagens in the entire cyclic ewe. The control of the ovarian cycle in the sheep, Sydney N. S. W.: Sydney University Press., 59-75

The evaluation of an antigen for the complement-fixation test in tuberculosis of cattle. American Review of Respiratory Disease 93(5): 749-753

The evaluation of an improved artificial rumen technique for the study of rumen fermentation. J. Agric. Sci, 69: 355-366

The evaluation of an oral progestagen (Provera; MAP) for the synchronization of oestrus in the entire cyclic Merino ewe. The control of the ovarian cycle in the sheep, Sydney, N.S.W.: Sydney University Press, 3-13

The evaluation of and the use of the topcross test as a method of selecting inbred lines of sugarbeets for general combining ability. J. Amer. Soc. Sug. Beet Tech, 15: 1, 49-60

The evaluation of animals for selection at various levels of productivity of the herd. Genetika, Mosk, 6, 50-53

The evaluation of anthelmintic efficacy in experimental trichinellosis. Int. Conf. Wld Ass. Advmt vet. Parasit. (1st)., Hanover., August 22-23, Proceedings, 1964. 154-157

The evaluation of anthelmintics against nematode parasites of poultry. Int. Conf. Wld Ass. Advmt vet. Parasit. (1st), Hanover., August 22-23, Proceedings, 1964. 137-146

The evaluation of anthelmintics for nematodes using in vivo tests in small laboratory animals. Int. Conf. Wld Ass. Advmt vet. Parasit. (1st), Hanover., August 22-23, Proceedings. 1964. 18-28

The Evaluation Of Anthelmintics For The Removal Of Gastrointestinal Nematodes Of Sheep--An Improved Form Of The Controlled Test. Parasitology 54: 545-550

The evaluation of anthelmintics for trematodes in domestic animals. Int. Conf. Wld Ass. Advmt vet. Parasit. (1st)., Hanover., August 22-23, Proceedings, 1964. 62-73

The evaluation of anthelmintics in cattle. Int. Conf. Wld Ass. Advtnt vet. Parasit. (1st), Hanover., August 22-23, Proceedings, 1964. 108-113

The evaluation of anthelmintics in horses by field trials. Int. Conf. Wld Ass. Advmt vet. Parasit. (1st)., Hanover., August 22-23, Proceedings, 1964. 123-128

The evaluation of anthelmintics in sheep by field experiments. Int. Conf. Wld Ass. Advmt vet. Parasit. (1st)., Hanover., August 22-23, Proceedings, 1964. 90-104

The evaluation of anthelmintics in sheep with special reference to the larval stages of Nematodirus spp. Int. Conf. Wld Ass. Advmt vet. Parasit. (1st)., Hanover., August 22-23, Proceedings, 1964. 150-153

The evaluation of applicability of prognostic methods for the status of forest fire hazard during years 1965-1966. Proc. 14th Congr. Int. Union For. Res. Organ., Munich Pt. V, Sect. 24, 1967. 802-18

The evaluation of artificially dried grass as a source of energy for sheep. 1. The effect of stage of maturity on the apparent digestibility of rye-grass, cocksfoot and timothy. J. Agric. Sci, 62: 391-398

The evaluation of artificially dried grass as a source of energy for sheep. 2. The energy value of cocksfoot, timothy and two strains of rye-grass at varying stages of maturity. J. Agric. Sci, 62: 399-416

The evaluation of artificially dried grass as a source of energy for sheep. 3. The prediction of nutritive value from chemical and biological measurements. J. Agric. Sci, 62: 417-424

The evaluation of artificially dried grass for the rearing and fattening of Friesian steers. Rec. Agric. Res, 18: 111-115

The evaluation of autumn anemone varieties. Dtsche Gartnerborse, 65: 367-8

The evaluation of boar semen by the reduction test. Ved. Pr. vyzk.Ust. Chov Prasat Kostelci nod Orlici. 2: 1966, 77-82

The evaluation of breeding value of bulls from the first or second lactation yields of the progeny. Allattenvesztes, 13: 1, 1-16

The evaluation of bulls by half-sisters. Mol. mjasn. Skotovod, 9: 4, 23

The evaluation of bulls for combined productivity. Mol. mjasn. Skotovod, 10: 4, 24-25

The evaluation of bulls for use at stud. Nauchni Trud. vissh selskostop. Inst. Georgi Dimitrov zootekh. Fak, 16: 255-263

The evaluation of carcass quality. Mezhdunar. sel'.-khoz. Zh, 15: 5, 56-60

The evaluation of cattle foods and diets in terms of the ruminal concentration of volatile fatty acids. 2. Roughages and succulents. J. Agric. Sci, 64: 67-75

The evaluation of certain climate related factors to diameter growth of Loblolly Pine (Pinus taeda L.) and Virginia Pine (Pinus virginiana Mill.) in the Duke Forest. Dissert. Abstr, 28B: 9, 3547-8

The evaluation of cocks on the egg production of their daughters. Ptitsevodstvo. 16: 6, 26-28

The evaluation of combining ability of different breeds of pigs for meat-fat characters. In Nauchnye osnovy razvitiya zhivot-novodstva v BSSR. Mezhved. Sb, Minsk: Urozhai, 1, 6-11

The evaluation of community development projects. Artha Vijnana, Poona., 8: 4, 431-44

The evaluation of constant photoperiods for floral induction in sugar cane. Rev. industr. agric. Tucuman. 46: 2, 19-25. bibl. 7

The evaluation of container fertilization experiments using variance analysis (VA). Schweiz. Landw. Forsch, Bern, 5: 3/4, 524-36

The evaluation of cows in the planning of breeding work on state breeding stations. Zhivotnovodstvo, Mosk., 32: 11, 48-52

The evaluation of dairy cattle by the conformation and functional characters of the udder. Sb. nauch. Rab. vses. nauehno-issled. Inst. Zhivot, 2, 77-81

The evaluation of different methods for the estimation of available phosphorus in alkaline calcareous soils. Journal of Research, Punjab Agricultural University. 8: 2, 200-205

The evaluation of drugs in human schistosomiasis. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 61(4): 575-580

The evaluation of dwarf tomato varieties with a firm stem with regard to the possibility of once-over harvesting. Ved. Pr. vyzk. Ust. zelin. v Olomouci. 4: 47-53. bibl. 5

The evaluation of economically optimal rations for bacon pigs formulated by curve fitting and linear programming techniques. Anim Proc 8(2): 213-220

The evaluation of feedingstuffs in terms of energy standards. Documentation of the scientific basis of the new system of evaluating the energy value of feeds. Energetische Futter-bewertung und Energienormen. Dokumentation der wissenschaftlichen Grundlagen eines neuen energetischen Futterbewertungssystems, Berlin, E. Germany, VEB Deutscher Landwirtschaftsverlag, 344

The evaluation of field resistance of potato to Phytophthora). Sel'skohoz. Biol. (Agric. Biol.). 3: 900-04

The evaluation of forestry investments in under-developed countries by investment criteria standards. Commonw. For. Rev, 49: 4, 142 368-73

The evaluation of four pretreatments used in particle-size distribution analyses. Can J Soil Sci 44(3): 345-351

The evaluation of fractionated antigens of Trichinella spiralis in complement fixation and ring precipitation tests. Acta paracit, pol, 16: 1/19, 9

The evaluation of freshness of fodder material. Landw. Forsch, 22: 3, 262-4. Bibl. 4

The evaluation of frost-resistance in wheat hybrids by growing seed under natural conditions. Sel'skohoz. Biol. (Agric. Biol.), 11: 1, 123-25

The evaluation of frost-resistance of germinating wheat and rye seeds. Sel'skohoz. Biol. (Agric. Biol.), 11: 308-11

The evaluation of genetic parameters for rooting ability of cuttings and one-year height of Poplar hybrids. Acta Soc. Bot. Polon, 34: 3, 533-48

The evaluation of genotypic variance in plants with a generation interval of several years. Qual. Plant. Mater. veg, 13: 315-17

The evaluation of goats for more than one trait. n. Butterfat production. Sb. vys. Sk. zemed. Brne Rada A, 3, 441-451

The evaluation of grass varieties at Trawscoed. Univ. Coll. N. Wales Agric. Soc. J, 4-9

The evaluation of grasses in micro plots. J Agr Sci 66(1): 147-151

The evaluation of growing systems on slopes. Obstbau. Berlin, 7: 122-3

The evaluation of heierosis for grain yield and leaf area in barley crosses. Crop Sci. Abst, 4

The evaluation of herbage mixtures with rhizomatous grasses. Zap. leningrad. sel'.-khoz. Inst, 98: 4, 27-31

The evaluation of herbage production under cutting and grazing regimes. Paper presented at the 10th int. Grassld Congr., Helsinki, July, 1966. 7. bibl. 19

The evaluation of herbage species by grazing animals. 10th int. Grassld Congr., Helsinki, July, 1966. 5. Bibl. 7

The evaluation of herbicide trials. NachrBl. dt. PflSchutzdienst., Stuttg, Aglukon GmbH, Dusseldorf, W. Germany, 23: 4, 53-55. Bibl. 2

The evaluation of herbicides for their effect upon fruit used for jam making. Proc. Symp. Br. Weed Control Coun.: Herbicides in British Fruit Growing, 139-40

The evaluation of herbicides on perennial weeds with special reference to Agropyronrepens. Proc. 10th Br. Weed Control Conf, 126-33. Bibl. 9

The evaluation of heterosis for grain yield, total leaf area and malting quality in 21 spring barley crosses. Diss. Abstr. B, 27: 67-705, 2565-

The evaluation of imported meat lines of fowls. Ptakhivnytstvo respub. mizhvid. temat. nauk. Zb, 1968: 5, 18-27

The evaluation of infection of winter Wheat of different geographic origin by Wheat streak mosaic virus. Biol. Nauki. 11: 4, 114-119

The evaluation of initial material for the breeding of table potatoes in 1965. Biul. Inst. Hodowl. Aklimatyz. Roalin, 5, 31-37

The evaluation of innovations for peasant farming. E. Afr. J. rur. Dev., Nairobi, 1: 2, 50-9

The evaluation of insemination results from the standpoint of cooperation between the veterinary surgeon and the inseminator. Mh. VetMed, 19: 493-502

The evaluation of investment effectiveness on farms (in Poland). Zagad. Ekon. roln, Warszawa, 4: 94, 41-56

The evaluation of investment opportunities-tools for decision making in farming and other businesses. Agric. Handbk, US Dep. Agric., Washington, DC, 349, 58

The evaluation of labour and of available land in farms. Econ. rur., Paris. 86: 79-84

The evaluation of lactating mares on udder shape and measurements. Trudy kazakh. nauchno-issled. Inst. Zhivot, 7: 274-279

The evaluation of leasing in investment in crop and livestock production. KTBL-Ber. Landtechnik, Frankfurt a.M, 134, 67

The evaluation of lines for combining ability in relation to different breeding methods. Mater. II Konf. Molod. Uchen. Genet. Razved. Sel'.-khoz. Zhivot., Tom 1. VNII Razved. Genet. Sel'.-khoz. Zhivot. Leningrad, 159-161

The evaluation of living conditions in villages in a Dutch rural area. Bull. Afd. Sociale Wetenschappen Landb.-Hogesch, Wageningen, 32, 148

The evaluation of market performance. Ir. J. Agric. Econ. rur. Social., Dublin. 3: 1, 29-42

The evaluation of nitrogen fixation in leguminous plants from the regression of total plant nitrogen on nodule weight. Pesq. agropec. bras, 1: 233-7. bibl. 9

The evaluation of phosphorus availability in a Queensland krasnozem. J. aust. Inst, agric. Sci, 33: 43-44

The evaluation of phytohydroxeric zones: a review of areal bioclimatological work in Australia. Colloquium Geographicum, Bonn. 12, 58-77

The evaluation of pigs of 4 breeds and their crosses by fattening tests. Z. ivotnovodstvo. 26: 4, 57-61

The evaluation of pigs of the Large White and Large Black breeds. Svinovodstvo, Mosk, 20: 7, 36-37

The evaluation of planned breeds of pig by their ability to digest food. Dokl. vses. Akad. sel'.-khoz. Nauk V.I. Lenina. 10, 29-31

The evaluation of plant-available sulphur in soils. II. The availability of adsorbed and insoluble sulphates. Plant & Soil, 21: 50-62

The evaluation of population variability in Vacczraum vacillans and V. tenellum (Ericaceae) by cuticular patterns and leaf morphology. Amer. J. Bot, 55: 736 p

The evaluation of potential anthelmintics by in vitro techniques. Int. Conf. Wld Ass. Advmt vet. Parasit. (1st)., Hanover., August 22-23, Proceedings, 1964. 14-17

The evaluation of progeny-test results for stud bulls in Czechoslovakia. Ved. Pr. vyzk. Ust. Chov Skotu Rapotine 1968. 3: 49-69

The evaluation of progesterone implants and MAP-impregnated sponges for the advancement of the breeding season in ewes. VIIth Int. Congr. Anim. Reprod. Artif. Insem., Munich, Summaries. 1972. 182-183

The evaluation of progesterone- and SC-9880-impregnated intravaginal sponges used with PMS for the induction of breeding in the anoestrous crossbred ewe. The control of the ovarian cycle in the sheep, Sydney N.S.W.: Sydney University Press., 133-143

The evaluation of progesterone- and. SC-9880-impregnated intravaginal sponges for the synchronization of oestrus for large scale artificial insemination of Merino ewes in spring. The control of the ovarian cycle in the sheep, Sydney N.S.W.: Sydney University Press., 116-132

The evaluation of raw materials for paper pulp from the point of view of their fundamental properties. Bol. Inst. For. Latino Amer., Merida. 17, 58-89

The evaluation of salt resistance in fruit crops. Bjull. gos. nikitsk. bot. Sada, 1: 7, 72-6. bibl. 14

The evaluation of settlement schemes performance: a sociological appraisal. Land settlement and rural development in Eastern Africa No. 3, Kampala: Nkanga., 79-102

The evaluation of several herbicides for weed control and effect on sugar and purity in sugar beets (Beta vulgaris). Abstr. Meet. Weed Soc. Am, 10-11

The evaluation of several progestagens administered in intravaginal sponges for the synchronization of oestrus in the entire cyclic Merino ewe. The control of the ovarian cycle in th sheep, Sydney, N.S.W.: Sydney University Press., 76-101

The evaluation of silvery foliage plants grown at Ottawa in 1970. Greenhouse-Garden-Grass, 10: 2, 23-25

The evaluation of similarities and differences among pigs by immunobiological methods and combining ability of pairs. Zhivotnovodstvo. Mosk., 33: 1, 42-44

The evaluation of sires from progeny test data. Anim. Prod, 7: 221-231

The evaluation of sodium as a nutrient for three glasshouse crops. Information, Nitrate Corp. Chile Ltd. 100, 8. bibl. 7

The evaluation of sodium as a nutrient for three horticultural crops. Information, Nitrate Corp. Chile Ltd, 108, 4. bibl. 2

The evaluation of soil resources in West Africa. World Soil Resources Report. 40: 166

The evaluation of some strawberry varieties for production in the Szeged region. Szolo-Gyumolcsterm, 1: 99-104

The evaluation of some varieties of Pisum sativum and the assessment of genetic variability for various characters. J. Res. Punjab Agric. Univ, 7: 2, 151-7. Bibl. 6

The evaluation of sour cherry varieties of the German Democratic Republic. Obstbau. Berlin, 4: 91-4

The evaluation of sows and boars by controlled rearing of young. Svinovodstvo, Mosk, 20: 11, 22-24

The evaluation of stored semen. Veterinarnomed. Nauk, 3: 3, 303-310

The evaluation of stud boars on the productivity of their daughters. Sb. nauch. Rob. vses. nauchnoissled. Inst. Zhivot, 2, 111-113

The evaluation of stud bulls according to their sexual activity. Sb. nauch. Trud. ivanov. sel.'-khoz. Inst, 22, 288-296

The evaluation of stud bulls by fertilising ability and by progeny. Zivotnovodatvo, 27: 1, 50-52

The evaluation of stud bulls for reproductive ability. Mater. II Konf. Molod. Uchen. Genet. Razved. Sel'.-khoz. Zhivot., Tom 3. VNII Razved. Genet. Sel'.-khoz. Zhivot, Leningrad, 51-53

The evaluation of stud bulls on productivity, morphological traits and udder traits of their daughters. Nauch. Trudy belorussk. nauchno-issled. Inst. Zhivot, 11: 40-46

The evaluation of stud bulls on the adaptability of their daughters to machine milking. Trudy mosk. vet. Akad, 50: 165-171

The evaluation of stud bulls on the dry, solids-not-fat content of the milk of their daughters. The evaluation of stud bulls on the dry, solids-not-fat content of the milk of their daughters, Issled. v zivotnovodstve. Kiev: Urozai., 12-18

The evaluation of stud bulls on the fattening quality of their progeny. Mezhdunar. sel'.-khoz. Zh, 13: 6, 61-65

The evaluation of sugarcane in South Africa. South African Sugar Journal, 55: 7, 345-349

The evaluation of summer-flowering perennial phlox cultivars. Greenhouse, Gdn, Grass, 7: 1, 10-13

The evaluation of technological change. J. agric. Econ, Reading, 16: 2, 263-69

The evaluation of the character date of flushing in a breeding project with spruces in Schleswig-Holstein. Forstarchiv. 37: 70-74

The evaluation of the differences between some varieties of lucerne with regard to the quality of the bees' working on these varieties. The contribution of research to the development of plant production (general plant production, plant physiology, production of forage plants). A scientific symposium on the occasion of the celebration of the 150th anniversary of agricultural studies in Brno. Summaries of reports, Brno, 34 p

The evaluation of the essential oils of the genus Thymus by means of thin layer chroraatography. Bull. vyzk. Ust. zelin, Olomouc., 12/13: 67-75. bibl. 14

The evaluation of the fertility of bulls and various factors affecting it. Shorn, vysoke Sk. ZemedBrne, A 1964. 1, 153-164

The evaluation of the field bean (Vicia Faba L.) in animal nutrition. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 29(1): 64-73

The evaluation of the meat production of F1 crossbreds of the Slovakian Spotted and Red Danish breeds. Pol'nohospodarstvo. 13: 35-46

The evaluation of the metabolic-inhibition technique for the study of Mycoplasma gallisepticum. Journal of General Microbiology 55(1): 127-137

The evaluation of the monetary value of inputs for forthcoming crops. Publ. Agric. Econ. Res. Inst., Helsinki, 13, 111. Price: 3 dgms,

The evaluation of the prices of agricultural commodities in (Bulgarian) agro-industrial complexes. Ceni i cenoobrazuvane. Sofija, 2: 3-13

The evaluation of the quality of smooth bromegrass by the microscopic method. Sb. vys. Sk. zemed. Praze, 6. 417-23. Bibl. 13

The evaluation of the residual effect of fertilizer in long-term fertility plots. 2. Phosphorus. Can. J. Soil Sci, 44: 2, 223-7. bibl. 18

The evaluation of the true nitrogen-fixing ability of leguminous crops. Vest. sel'.-khoz. Nauki Mosk, 12, 105-8. Bibl. 5

The evaluation of the winter hardiness of cherry plants by the method of artificial freezing. Vestn. sel'skohozjajstv. Nauk. (Rep. agric. Sci.). 11, 117-18

The evaluation of thinning experiments. Gartenbauwiss, 34: 303-28. bibl. 48

The evaluation of three fungicides for protection and control of leaf mold on tomatoes. Rio Grande Valley hort. Soc, 23: 104-6. bibl. 5

The evaluation of tomato varieties resistance to blossom-end rot disease in Thailand. Proc. 17th int. hort. Congr., Md. 1

The evaluation of tri-allate for the control of wild oats in cereals in the U.K. Proc. 7th Br. Weed Control Conf, 164-70. bibl 12

The evaluation of trotter sires on the quality of their progeny. Konevod. konnyi Sport, 36: 4, 17

The evaluation of various red cabbage varieties. Ved. Prace vyzk. Ust. zelin. v Olomouci. 3: 129-45. bibl. 15

The evaluation of various strawberry varieties; preserved in syrup. Prum. Potravin. 16: 1, 38-42. bibl. 15

The evaluation of various types of public financial assistance to (W. German farms. Bin Beitrag zur Wertung verschiedener Finanzierungshilfen der offentlichen Hand an die landwirtschaftlichen Betriebe, Gottingen, Germany: Landw. Fak., Gottingen Univ., 310

The evaluation of wheat according to baking qualities. Rostlinna Vyroba, 42: 668-72

The evaluation of wheats for resistance to rust species at early stages of the breeding process. Transactions of the IVth Baltic conference on the protection of agricultural plants, Zvajgzne, Riga, 56-59

The evaluation of whole trees or parts of trees in determining the quality of stand volume. Lesnictvi. 15: 1, 31-44

The evaluation of wood preservatives. Pap. Conv. Brit. Wood Pres. Ass, 5, 27

The evaluation of yield losses in potato due to virus. I-Leaf-roll virus. Bragantia, 29: 31, 337-345

The evaluation of yield structure in wheat breeding. Genetika a Slechteni, 7: 3, 173-175

The evaluation ofseveral progestagen treatments in the spayed ewe. The control of the ovarian cycle in the sheep, Sydney, N. S. W.: Sydney University Press., 14-38

The evaluation, for selection, of the milking characters of cows. Zhivotnovodstvo. Mosk., 28: 6, 52-53

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The experimental increase of the virulence of entomopathogenic fungi by means of treatment with chemical and physical factors. Experimental mutagenesis in animals, plants and microorganisms. Abstracts of reports at a symposium on 25-30 January I. Mutagenesis in animals, tissue culture and microorganisms, 1965. 116-17

The experimental induction of hypomagnesaemia in goats. Research in Veterinary Science 10(6): 574-576

The experimental induction of hypophosphataemia in goats using anion exchange columns. Journal of Physiology 193(3): 619-629

The experimental infection of a snail, Bythinella (Moria) nipponica akiyoshiensis (Kuroda et Habe, 1957) with larval lung-fluke, Paragonimus miyazakii Kamo, Nishida, Hat-suchika et Tomimura, 1961. Jap. J. Parasit, 17: 1, 10-18

The experimental infection of a snail, Bythinella (Moria) nipponica akiyoshiensis (Kuroda et Habe, 1957) with larval lung-fluke, Paragonimus westermani (Kerbert, 1878). Jap. J. Parasit, 17: 1, 42-45

The experimental infection of calves with bacteriaemia-producing strains of Escherichia coli: the influence of colostrum. Journal of Medical Microbiology 1(1): 61-78

The experimental infection of growing chicks with Trypanosoma evansi. Philipp. J. vet. Med, 4: 159-165

The experimental infection of reptile with Trypanosoma bracei. Ann. trop. Med Parasit, 63: 35-38

The experimental infection of the snail, Bythinella (Moria) nipponica akiyoshiensis (Kuro-da et Habe) with larval lung-fluke, Paragonimus ohirai Miyazaki, 1939. Jap. J. Parasit, 17: 5, 363-367

The experimental infection with Entomophthora of mosquitos of the family Culicidae. Communication I. The species specificity of the fungus Entomophthora sp. Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni. 39: 4, 472-478

The experimental infection with Entomophthora of mosquitos of the family Culicidae. Communication II. The susceptibility to Entomophthora of the immature stages of development and of the adult mosquitos of Culex pipiens L. Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni. 39: 6, 694-698

The experimental manipulation of genes. Curr. Sci, 34: 108-11

The experimental milk pipeline from Markee to Nauen. Milchwirtschaft (Fach-bereich Standardisierung). 1, 1-5

The experimental mineralization of organic nitrogen in two natural littoral pedobiological systems (dunes and salt marshes). Suppl. Annls Inst. Pasteur, Paris, 109: 3, 136-152

The experimental orchards at the Saintes Agricultural College. Pomol. franc, 7: 241-2; 245-6

The experimental plantations at the Etang de Brin in the state forest of Amance (Meurthe-et-Moselle) (1901-1964). Rev. for. franc, 18: 2, 99-121

The experimental plot for ground-water level studies in fruit growing on Zuyder Zee polder soils. Tuinb. Mected.*, 32: 180-96. bibl. 5

The experimental polyploidy of mulberry (Morus L.) and the structural elements of leaf yield and fodder quality in tetraploid forms. Nauka, Novosibirsk. 241-54

The experimental production of a tetraploid radish (Raphanus sativus L.). Preliminary report. Nauka, Novosibirsk. 299-305

The experimental production of active strains of Actinomyces coelicolor (which produces coelicomycin). Experimental mutagenesis in animals, plants and microorganisms. Abstracts of reports at a symposium on 25-30 January I. Mutagenesis in animals, tissue culture and microorganisms, 1965. 111-12

The experimental production of heartworm disease in the dog. Australian Veterinary Journal 46(5): 190-194

The experimental production of high-yielding pine by selection. Izv. vyss. ucebn. Zav. Lesn. 2. (News high. educ. Inst. For. J.). 3, 8-12

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The experimental production of pneumonia in calves by the endobronchial inoculation of T-mycoplasmas. Journal of Comparative Pathology 80(4): 585-594

The experimental production of streptococcal endocarditis in the pig. Journal of Pathology 99(4): 307-318

The experimental production of zinc deficiency in the rat. British Journal of Nutrition 24(4): 989-1003

The experimental reproduction of lesions of cerebrocortical necrosis in a calf. Veterinary Record 78(21): 737-738

The experimental results from small plots of winter wheat influenced by the border effect. Pol'nohospodarstvo. 10: 249-56

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The experimental study of the factors regulating the onset of embryonal diapause in the blood-sucking mosquito Aedes togoi Theob. (Diptera, Culicidae). Ent. Obozr, 44: pt. 3, 527-537

The experimental study of the mobility of ions in soil, with particular reference to phosphorus. Proceedings of the Eleventh Easter School in Agricultural Science, Nottingham, Engl , 1964 149-164

The experimental transmission of Babesia caballi (Nuttall) by Dermacentor nitens Neumann and some interrelationships between the parasite and the vector. Proceedings of the 2nd International Congress of Acarology, Sutton Bonington 1969. 621-622

The experimental transmission of Bancroftian filariasis : comparison of the vectorial capacity of Anopheles gambiae A and B. Comptes Rendus des Seances de la Societe de Biologie. 163: 4, 1009-1011

The experimental transmission of Plasmodium malariae to Anopheles labranchiae atroparvus. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 61(2): 182-188

The experimental transmission of Pneumostrongylus tenuis to caribou (Rangifer tarandus terraenovae). Canadian Journal of Zoology 46(3): 503-510

The experimental transmission of T. cruzi to vertebrates. I. Oral infection with the faeces of R. prolixus. Revta vet. venez, Caracas, 16: 95, 341-352

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The experimental transmission of bovine anaplasmosis by 3 species of North American ticks. American Journal of Veterinary Research 27(116): 191-198

The experimental transmission of ovine pulmonary adenomatosis. Pathol Veterinaria 1(4): 269-288

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The export bonus scheme and the primary commodities. Punjab University Economist. Lahore, 8: 2, 75-82

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The export sector. Stages of economic growth, and the savings-investment process in Latin America. Trimestre econ, Mexico, 34: 2, 319-41

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The expression and inheritance of resistance to pink root in onion seedlings. Phyto Pathology 5(7): 752-756

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The expression of the polygenically determined pseudoclustering habit in rice. and correlated responses between the characters involved in the clustering habit and other morphological characters. Studies on rice hybridization. XXXVI). Hokkaido Daigaku Nogakubu Hobun Kiyo/Mem. Fac. Agric. Hokkaido Univ, 6: 401-11

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The extended field of activity of socialist large-scale farms in the new economic system. Tudom. Mezogazdasag, Budapest., 5: 3, 9-17

The extended form of activity on co-operative farms (in Hungary). A terme-loszovatkezetek tevekenysegi korenek kibovitese, Budapest, Hungary: Kozgazd. Jogi Konyvkiado., 393. Price: Ft.44,

The extension of production and economic problems of large-scale farms operating under unfavourable conditions. Nemzetk. Mezogazd. Szle., Budapest. 11: 2, 21-4

The extension of seed viability during storage. Agrobiologija. 2, 286-9

The extension of the breeding season of sheep. 5th int. Congr. Anim. Reprod. A.I, Trento, 2: 378-383

The extension of the vase life of cut flowers. The use of materials for extending vase life in carnations, gerberas and roses. Jber. st. Lehr- u. ForschAnst. Gartenb. Weihenstephan. 67. 92-118. bibl. 5

The extension of the vase life of cut perennial flowers with preservatives. Jahresbericht Staatliche Lehr- und Forschungsanstalt fur Gartenbau Weihen-stephan, 1971. 41-59

The extension of thin-layer electrophoresis on cellulose to the identification of DNS-amino acids. Journal of Chromatography 42(3): 426-428

The extension of viability of cacao (Theobroma cacao L.) pollen by the freeze-drying method. Trop. Agriculture, Trin, 43: 187-98

The extension through Europe of Gnathotrichus materiarius. C.R. Acad. Agric. France. 54: 7, 508-11

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The extent and significance of fertilizer buildup in soils as revealed by vertical distributions of nitrogenous matter between soils and underlying water reservoirs. Amer Ass Advance Sci Publ 35: 283-310

The extent and significance of the differences in milk production, fat content and protein content in successive calendar years. Vlaams diergeneesk. Tijdschr, 38: 205-212

The extent of cross pollination in cotton in relation to root feeding. Uzbek. biol. Z. (Uzbek biol. J.), 3, 69-71

The extent of differences between 6 British breeds of sheep in their metabolism, feed intake and utilisation, and resistance to climatic stress. Br. J. Nutr, 20: 283-294

The extent of differences between six british breeds of sheep in their metabolism feed intake and utilization, and resistance to climatic stress. British Journal of Nutrition 20(2): 283-294

The extent of distribution of commercial varieties of peach in San Pedro and Baradero. Crop prospects. Idia, 263, 38-46. bibl. 3

The extent of ear injury in spring barley by frit fly (O. frit L.) depending on variety and a varying dose of N fertilizer. Savremen. Poljopr, Novi Sad, 12: 605-13

The extent of infestation of wheat grains by Eurygaster austriaca in the Serbian Socialist Republic in 1964. Savremen. Polj opr, Novi Sad, 13: 653-60

The extent of injuries caused by timber transport in the summer. Acta for. fenn, 100: 35

The extent of injury, and restoration of the training system in high-stem-grown vines after severe frosts. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka, 8: 8, 71-77

The extent of losses and the quality of machine-picked hops. Chmelarstvi, 44: 6, 85-87

The extent of modifications to some substances during ontogeny in the F1, F2 and F3 of single and double maize hybrids. Lucrar, sti. Inst. agron. N. Balcescu, Bucuresti : Ser. A, 9: 21-43

The extent of release of encapsulated methionine in the intestine of cattle. British Journal of Nutrition 25(3): 333-341

The extent of run-off and erosion under some crops and cultivation methods. Agrartud. Egyet. Kozl., Godollo, 69-80

The extent of rural industrialisation in India. Asian Econ. Rev., Hyderabad, 10: 4, 389-403

The extent of selection for milk yield among cows of the Jamaica Hope breed. J. agric. Sci, Camb, 74: 3, 469-71

The extent of socially organized production through the co-operation of peasant farms with several of the more developed co-operatives in Vojvodina. Ekon. Poljopr, 12: 5, 352-70

The extent of the effect of the ejection reflex in barkbeetles. Anz. Schadlingsk, 40: 12, 184-7

The extent of the presence of diseases and pests in pea crops grown for their grain. Lucrar. sti. Inst. agron. Ion lonescu de la Brad, Iasi, 87-99

The extent of treating hop gardens against diseases, pests and weeds in 1963-1967.; Country-wide survey of pesticide consumption for the treatment of hop gardens. Chmelarstvl, 43: 43-5; 55-9

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The exterior of Red Steppe and Latvian Brown cattle and their crossbreds. Uchen. Zap. azerb. sel'.-khoz. Inst. Ser. Zhivot, 1, 68-70

The extermination of Glossina in Northern Nigeria. PANS, 14: 1, 34-47

The external characteristics and fertility of hybrids from crosses of black currants with red currants. Tautsaimn. deregie augi, 5, 3-49

The external uses of goats milk. Mon. J. Br. Goat Soc, 60: 5, 88-90

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The extracellular antigens of Micropolyspora faeni: their significance in farmer's lung disease. Journal of Hygiene 68(3): 401-409

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The extractable and diffusible auxin-auxin inhibitor level in Nicotiana glauca, Nicotiana langsdorffii and their amphidiploid hybrid. Amer J Bot 11(5): 543-548

The extractable manganese of soil. Jour Soil Sci 15(1): 93-102

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The extraction and determination of copper, chromium and arsenic in preserved softwoods. Analyst, London. 95: 670-674

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The extraction of fungal antigens and their use in serological tests as an aid to the diagnosis of bronchial disorders. J. med. Lab. Technol, 27: 1, 18-32

The Extraction Of Prolactin From Human Pituitary Glands. Acta Endocrinologica 49: 1-16

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The Fate Of 35s-Labeled Mycobacterium Tuberculosis In Mice. Acta Tuberculosea et Pneumologica Scandinavica 45: 288-294

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The fate of DDT sprayed on mud walls in dwellings in Venezuela. Boln inf. Dir. Malar, Maracay., 5: 4, 186

The Fate of l-Phenylalanine Fed to Germinating Pea Seeds, Pisum sativum (L.) var. Alaska, during Imbibition. Plant Physiology 47(1): 119-123

The fate of N,N'-tetramethylenebis(1-aziridinecarboxamide) in the black blow fly and the screw-worm fly. J. econ. Ent, 63: 2, 455-458

The Fate Of Pseudomonas Aeruginosa, Proteus Mirabilis And Escherichia Coli In The Mouse Kidney. Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology 89: 81-88

The fate of Salmonella typhi-murium in the manufacture and ripening of low-acid Cheddar cheese. J. Milk Fd Technol, 33: 7, 280-84

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The Fate Of A Plant Virus In An Insect Vector. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 118: 371-373

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The fate of donor cattle cells following transfusion. Canadian Veterinary Journal 7(12): 271-276

The fate of exchangeable iron in acid clay systems. Soil Sci 97(4): 229-232

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The fattening ability of Empire White and North Caucasus Bronze turkeys and their crossbreds. Zhivot. Nauk, 4: 4, 61-71

The fattening ability of Precoce Merino x Tsigai and German Blackheaded x Tsigai F1 crossbreds. Arh. poljopr. Nauk, 17: 55, 46-62

The fattening ability of Sex-Saal-Link cockerels. Ved. Pr. vysk. Ust. Chov Hyd. Ivanke pri Dunaji, 4: 301-312

The fattening ability of buffaloes. Nauchni Trud. vissh selskostop, Inst. Georgi Dimitrov zootekh. Fak, 16: 113-122

The fattening ability of crossbreds from Landrace boars and Bulgarian White sows. Zhivot. Nauk, 2: 375-382

The fattening ability of the Red Danish breed and Red Danish and Jersey crossbreds. Zhivot. Nauk, 5: 4, 17-25

The fattening and meat production of crossbreds from British Friesian bulls and Romanian Spotted cows. Revta Zooteh. Med. vet, 16: 8, 15-24

The fattening characters of Ukrainian White Steppe, Ukrainian Spotted Steppe and Landrace pigs. Svinovodstvo Mosk, 20: 10, 40-41

The fattening characters of two- and three-breed crossbreds. Svinovodstvo, 19: 6, 34-36

The fattening of Black Pied and Simmental grade bulls and their crosses. Zhivot. Nauk, 3: 537-546

The fattening of Hungarian Spotted bull calves to various weights. Allattenyesztes. 15: 115-132

The fattening of Hungarian Spotted heifers to various age and weight limits. Kiserl. Kozl. Allatten, 1, 59-B; 39-68

The fattening of Kalmyk cattle. Nauch. Trudy stavropol'. sel'.-khoz. Inst, 32, Pt 3, 13-15

The fattening of horses. Trudy alma-atin. zootekh.-vet. Inst. Ser. zootekh, 15: 3, 53-55

The fattening of lambs on mountain and valley pastures. Veterinaria, Saraj, 15: 37-42

The fattening of lambs-an important reserve in increasing meat production. Ovcevodstvo. 10: 1, 34-37

The fattening of pigs to various weights. Vest. sel'.-khoz. Nauki. Mosk., 11: 7, 84-86

The fattening on pasture in potato-growing districts of Stavropol Merino wethers and their crosses with Mutton Merinos. Zivociena Vyroba, 9: 671-684

The fattening qualities of Nezhin and Large Grey geese. Ptitsevodstvo, 1965: 9, 23-24

The fatty acid composition and intramolecular structure of triglycerides derived from different sites in the body of sheep. J. Sci. Fd Agric, 18: 99-102

The fatty acid composition and intramolecular structure of triglycerides derived from different sites in the body of the sheep. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 18(3): 99-102

The fatty acid composition and intramolecular structure of triglycerides from adipose tissue of the hippopotamus and the African elephant. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 25(1): 319-325

The fatty acid composition in serum following myocardial infarction. Acta Medica Scandinavica 183(1-2): 149-151

The fatty acid composition in serum of norwegian vegetarians. Acta Medica Scandinavica 183(1-2): 143-148

The fatty acid composition in various soya bean varieties. Maslozhirovaya Promyshlennost'. 36: 7, 7-9

The fatty acid composition of German winter and summer butter, Turkish and Italian butter and German margarine. Milchwissenschaft 23(1): 29-33

The fatty acid composition of Sicilian virgin olive oil. I. Teen, agric, 22: 23-33. bibl. 16

The fatty acid composition of Swedish varieties of wheat, barley, oats, and rye. Acta Agr Scand 14(1): 3-11

The fatty acid composition of certain bovine tissues. Dissertation Absts. (B). 27: 2558B-2559B

The fatty acid composition of cod liver oil. Fiskeridirektoratets Skrifter Ser. Teknol. Undersokelser. 4: 11, 14

The fatty acid composition of commercially hydrogenated fish oils. Food Sci 31(1): 48-52

The fatty acid composition of cooking oils and fats used in Malaya. Medical Journal of Malaya 21(2): 125-127

The fatty acid composition of edible marine fish oils. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 45(4): 247-249

The fatty acid composition of free and bound lipids in freeze-dried meats. J Food Sci 30(2): 262-265