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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 14759

Chapter 14759 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

The non-antigenicity of intact ova of Clonorchis sinensis. Journal of Medical Microbiology 2(3): 358-360

The non-articulated laticifers and latex of Tabernaemontana coronaria Willd. Proc Nat Inst Sci India Part B Biol Sci 32(5/6): 233-242

The non-metabolic nature of calcium uptake by plants. Agrochimica, 14: 398-407

The non-metabolite residue. A limitation to the tracer method. Journal of Labelled Compounds. 7: 3, 225-232

The non-parasitic diseases. General damages to soil and plant by incorrect usage of fertilizers. Unfavourable soil conditions as cause for disturbed plant developments. Handbook of Plant Diseases, Berlin and Hamburg, Federal German Republic., 478

The non-parasitic microflora on the surfaces of living leaves. TRANS BRIT MYCOL SOC 48(Pt 1): 83-99

The non-protein nitrogen composition of grass silage. 3. The composition of spoilt silages. Journal of Agricultural Science. 76: 3, 329-336

The non-protein nitrogen composition of grass silages. 1. The estimation of the basic amino acids and non-volatile amines by chromatography on a weak cation exchange resin. J. Agric. Sci, 72: 459-466

The non-protein nitrogen composition of grass silages. 2. The changes occurring during the storage of silage. J. Agric. Sci, 75: 421-431

The non-protein nitrogenous constituents of the maternal blood and foetal body fluids in the sheep. Biochem. J, 98: 3, 43P-44P

The non-saponifiable constituents of lettuce. J Food Sci 33(2): 159-162

The non-saponifiable portion of avocado oil. Oleagineux. 21: 453-4. bibl. 7

The non-specific binding of cyanocobalamin in normal human mixed saliva, and in parotid saliva at varying flow rates. Clinical Science 36(3): 401-408

The non-transformability of pH to hydrogen ion concentration. S African J Agr Sci 8(2): 469-477

The non-translocation of the floral inhibition in Silene armeria L. Kon Ned Akad Wetensch Proc Ser C 70(2): 187-191

The non-uniform radiosensitivity of the dormant root meristem of barley seed revealed by chromosome aberrations in cells at metaphase of the first division cycle. Radiation Bot, 10: 377-90

The non-uniformity of the soil under broadleaved/Spruce forest. Pocvoved, 1, 10-24

The non-volatile organic acids of Phaseolus vulgaris L.: development of their content in the fruit. C.r. hebd. Seanc. Acad. Sci., Paris (D), 271: 25, 2313-5. Bibl. 8

The non-volatile organic acids of some fresh fruits and vegetables. J. Canad. Inst. Fd Technol, 1: 3-5. bibl. 11

The non-volatile organic acids of the differently coloured areas of the walls of 'blotchy' ripened tomatoes. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 17(9): 400-403

The Non-Adipose Body Mass Of Obese Women: Evidence Of Increased Muscularity. Canadian Medical Association Journal 90: 723-725

The nonbiological degradation of pesticides in soils. Pesticides in the soil; ecology, degradation and movement: papers at an International Symposium organised by Michigan State University, East Lansing, 86-94. Bibl. 59

The nonconcept of species diversity: a critique and alternative parameters. Ecology, 52: 4, 577-586

The Nonenzymic Histochemistry Of Early Oesophagostomiasis And Ostertagiasis In Cattle. Journal of Parasitology 51: 175-179

The norm of amortization of (Bulgarian) orchards and vineyards. Ikon, selskoto Stop., Sofija. 7: 3, 35-44

The normal cell picture of cerebrospinal fluid of the dog. Arch. exp. VetMed, 23: 1223-1238

The normal fatty acid constituents of depot fat of cats and guinea pigs. Fette Seifen Anstrichm 69(2): 61-62

The normal flora of the human skin. British Journal of Dermatology 81: Suppl 1:2-13

The normal flora of the skin in different age groups. British Journal of Dermatology 81(4): 248-258

The normal fundus of the eye in cattle. Berl. Munch. tierarztl. Wschr, 82: 181-182

The normal growth rate of mink. Krolikovodstvo i Zverovodstvo. 7: 4, 12-14

The normal intestinal flora of adult pigs. Zooiatria. 7: 34-40

The normal karyotype of cattle. Bevta Zooteh. Med. vet, 15: 10, 26-32

The normal karyotype of the golden hamster. Genetika, Mosk, 4, 81-88

The normal karyotype of the guinea-pig. Tsitol. Genet, 1: 5, 78-82

The normal metabolism of 131-I-labelled albumin in man. Clinical Science 33(3): 593-602

The normal microbial flora: comparative bacterial flora of animals and man. American Journal of Digestive Diseases 10(10): 844-852

The normal range of intestinal Fe absorption in newborn and other infants. Klin. Wochenschr, 47: 984-991

The normal weight gain in pregnancy: a series from general practice. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of the British Commonwealth 77(8): 728-731

The normative method of accounting and calculating the cost price of transportation on agricultural enterprises. Narodnostopanski Arh., Svistov. 23: 2, 227-38

The north-western limits of the present-day distribution of Quercus frainetto. Sum. List. 88: 3/4, 109-23

The northern boundary of the range of Abies sibirica in European Russia. Bot. Zh, 56: 9, 1351-4

The northern district. Association for Forest Tree Breeding. Yearbook Uppsala, 50-59

The northern limit of Larix. Bot. Z, 51: 3, 402-3

The northern limit of the range of Larix gmelinii in the regions adjoining the Kolyma basin. Bot. Z, 51: 1, 40-9

The northern limit of the range of Quercus robur in the USSR, and its changes in the agricultural period. Bot. Z, 55: 6, 815-27

The northern state lands, Botswana. Ld Resour. Study Ld Resour. Div., Directorate Overseas Surv, Tolworth, Surrey, UK: 5, vii + 124

The northernmost limit for Viscum album, Hedera helix and Ilex aquifolium. Arsskr. Plantesk. Dendrol. 66, 1968. 12/13: 33-44. bibl. 8

The northward migration of citrus by means of radiation-induced mutation. Contract AT(40-1)-2909 Dep. CFSTI. 14

The nose and the paranasal sinuses. The larynx. Handbuch der speziellen pathologischen Anatomie der Haustiere. Berlin (& Hamburg): Paul Parey, 7: 1-78

The notion of genotype. Annales de Genetique 10(4): 201-202

The notion of reduced-yield stands and forest soils. Silva fenn, 2: 3, 195-209

The notion of the economic standard of the region and its operational definition. Ekonomicky Casopis. Bratislava, 0, 893-909

The noxious Pentatomid (Eurygaster integriceps Put.). Rastit. Zasht, Sofia, 12: pt. 2, 3-10

The nuclear pheno-type of Avena magna. Canad. J. Genet. Cytol, 11: 480 p

The nuclear-polyhedrosis virus of Heliothis zea (Boddie) and Heliothis virescens (Fabricius). III. Effectiveness of the virus against field populations of Heliothis on cotton, corn, and grain sorghum. J. Invert. Path, New York., 7: 2, 227-235

The nuclear-polyhedrosis virus of Heliothis zea (Boddie) and Heliothis virescens (Fabridus). IV. Bioassay of virus activity. J. Invert. Path, New York, 7: 3, 315-319

The nuclease activity of soils. Nauch. Dokl. vyssh. Shk. Biol. Nauki, 3, 198-201

The nucleic acid and nitrogen concentration of a bovine skeletal muscle during emaciation and repletion. Austral. J. Biol. Sci, 23: 511-513

The nucleic acid of African horse sickness virus. Journal of Hygiene 64(3): 255-259

The nucleic acid type and effect of pH and hydroxylamine on canine distemper virus. Archiv für die Gesamte Virusforschung 24(4): 387-395

The nucleic acids and cellular differentiation in the root apex of Pisum sativum. I. A fluorimetric method for the estimation of nucleic acids in root cells. J Exp Bot 16(48): 423-432

The nucleic acids and cellular differentiation in the root apex of Pisum sativum. II. The nucleic acids and cellular development patterns. J Exp Bot 16(49): 587-603

The nucleic acids content in irregular-bearing apple trees. Doklady Moscovskoi Sel'skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii K.A. Timiryazeva, 165, 5-9

The nucleic acids of crown-gall tumors from Pinto bean leaves and their significance to crown-gall tumor induction by Agrobacterium tumefaciens. iss. Abstr., Sect. B, 28: 3601-2

The nucleolar trisomic and trisomic transmission in a diploid potato. Journal of Heredity, 62: 6, 375-376

The nucleolus of Wheat stem rust uredo- spores. Can. J. Bot, 47: 12, 1887-1889

The nucleolus-associated chromosome of Solanum species and hybrids. Amer. J. Bot, 52: 626 p

The nucleopolyhedrosis virus of Heliothis: quantitative in vivo estimates of virulence. J. Invert. Path, 13: 3, 378-381

The nucleotide composition of DNA in some monocotyledonous plants. Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR, 185: 945-8. bibl. 16

The nucleotide composition of RNA and DNA in tissues of vines of different phylloxera resistance. Sel'skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya, 6: 2, 313-315

The nucleotides of greening bean leaves. Biochemical Journal 104(3): 40p-40p

The nucleus in the Uredinales. Rev. My col, Paris, 29: 1-2, 9-65

The nucleus pulposus of the intervertebral disc of the newborn cat. Res Vet Sci 5(1): 71-74

The number and diameter of resin canals in trees differing as regards resin yield per face. Folia for. polon

The number and optimum rate of irrigation for lucerne. Buletini i Shkencave Bujqesore. 9: 1, 23-33

The number and optimum structure and farm machinery in stations. Revista de Statistica. Bucuresti, 20: 8, 36-44

The number and size of nucleoli in wheat-rye amphidiploids (2n = 56). Genetika (Genetics), Moskva, 6, 107-12

The number of Aelurostrongylus abstrusus larvae required to produce pulmonary disease in the cat. Journal of Comparative Pathology 77(3): 343-346

The number of Trypanosoma rhodesiense required to establish an infection in man. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 63(2): 201-205

The number of abnormal and dead spermatozoa and their effect on fertility in the bull. Revta Zooteh. Med. vet, 16: Suppl. 4, 48-56

The Number Of Alleles That Can Be Maintained In A Finite Population. Genetics 49: 725-738

The number of balanced polymorphisms that can be maintained in a natural population. Genetics 55(3): 469-481

The number of buds left on vines in relation to yields. Vinodelie i Vinogradarstvo. 26: 4, 15-20. bibl. 9

The number of chloroplasts in relation to the ploidy of potatoes and with respect to the production of haploids. Rostlinna Vyroba, 16: 677-81

The number of chromosomes in the genus Lavandula L. and its polyploid series. Tsitologiya i genetika. 4: 3, 268-274

The number of chromosomes of certain species of the genus Centaurea L. Biol. Zh. Armen, 21: 5, 86-96. Bibl. 20

The number of copies per cell of nonchromosomal genes. Genetics, 56: 585 p

The number of daughters required for evaluating the genotype of bulls of dairy and dual-purpose breeds. Tsitol. Genet, 3: 297-302

The number of days and temperature sum required from full bloom to harvest in some pear varieties. GodiSen Zbornik na Zemjodelsko-Sumarskiot Fakultet na Univerzitetot-Skopje, Zemjodelstvo, 23, 97-102

The number of days and temperature sums from full bloom to picking in certain apple varieties. Jugoslov. Vocarstvo, 3: 9, 17-24. bibl. 10

The number of economico-administrattve workers in (Czechoslovak) unified agricultural co-operatives. Acta Univ. Agric. (Fac. Agroecon., Ser. D), Brno, 5: 2, 213-21

The number of ewes required for the accurate progeny testing of rams. Ovtsevodstvo. 12: 9, 13-15

The number of frame-steered tractors is growing. New developments at Oslo fair. Holz-Kurier, Wien. 23: 17, 11-2

The number of generations and the fecundity of E. ventrale in Serbia. Zast. Bilja, 15: 80, 403-409

The number of generations in the fleas of the genus Xenopsylla in the northern Kyzylkum desert. Parazitologiya. 4: 6, 528-536

The number of genes controlling the response of chick embryo chorioallantoic membranes to tumor induction by Rous sarcoma virus. Genetics, 51: 739-746

The number of instars of Dioryctria amatella (Hulst) in north Florida. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Stheast. For. Exp. Sta, SE-142, 3

The number of larval instars of the greater wax moth, Galleria mellonella (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), with characters for the identification of instars. Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society. 5: 2, 65-68

The number of leaves and duration of the growth period in maize. An. Inst. nac. Invest, agron, 17: 2, 445-59. Bibl. 6

The number of leaves as an indicator of the duration of the vegetative period in varieties of soya bean. Urozaj. Kiev, 100-02

The number of leaves on the main stem in some rice varieties exposed to different photoperlodic cycles. Bot. Bull. Acad. sin., Taipei, 10: 89-94

The number of lumbar and dorsal vertebrae in Hungarian pigs. Mosonmagy. agrartud. Fdisk. Kozl, 8, 3-11

The number of managerial and administrative workers on (Czechoslovak) unified agricultural co-operatives. Acta Univ. Agric. (Fac. Agroecon. Ser. D), Brno, 3: 2, 181-8

The number of men in mechanized logging gangs. Lesn. Prom, 9, 26-7

The number of mutant forms maintained in a population. Proc. 5th Berkeley Symp. math. Statist. Probab., 66, 1967. 4: 415-438

The number of piglets per sow as an economic factor of production. Ekon. Poljopr, Beograd, 12: 6, 414-9

The number of primary roots in rye. Sb. Trud. Aspir. molod. nauchn. Sotr, Vses. Inst. Rasteniev., 4: 253-8

The number of primordial follicles in clinically normal and hypoplastic heifer ovaries. 5th int. Congr. Anim. Reprod. A.I, Trento 5: 188

The number of resin canals per linear unit, their density, and the coefficient of resin yield in Pinus sylvestris. Gorskostop. Nauka. 7: 5, 63-74

The number of seedling plants per acre and the yield of tea. Two and a Bud. 14: 1, 16

The number of seedlings per hectare in forest plantations. Lesn. Prace. 44: 7, 308-10

The number of sites sensitive to 3-(3,4-dichlorophenyl)-l,l-dimethyl-urea, 3-(4-chlorophenyl)- 1,1 - dimethylurea and 2 - chloro - 4 - (2 - propylamino) - 6 - ethylamino - s triazine in isolated chloroplasts. Biochem. biophys. Acta, 102: 20-38. Bibl. 33

The number of soil samples required in soil-volume measurements. J. Sci. Soil Manure. Tokyo, 37: 401-404

The number of species in grassland. Mededel Inst Biol Scheikundig Onderz Landbouwgewassen 235/256: 167-175

The number of spermatozoa in the Fallopian tubes of ewes at intervals after artificial insemination following -withdrawal of S G-9880-impregnated intravaginal sponges. The control of the ovarian cycle in the sheep, Sydney N. S. W.: Sydney University Press., 177

The number of technical engineers working in unified agricultural co-operatives (in Czechoslovakia). Acta Univ. Agric. (Fac. Agroecon. Ser. D)., Brno. 6: 1, 97-105

The number of tests necessary to assess milk yield and composition. Arch. Tierz, 8: 2, 113-29

The number of whorls in two species of Pine. Bol. tec. Inst. Nac. For. Mexico. 29, 7

The number of workers in (Netherlands) agriculture and horticulture in the past, and the estimated trend up to 1975. Het aantal werknemers in land-en tuinbouw in het verleden en de te verwachten ontwikkeling tot, The Hague, Netherlands: Inst. agric. Econ., 49

The number of young born and weaned in relation to parity and repeatability of these characters in a Large White and Landrace herd. Atti Soc. ital. Sci. vet, 18: 233-234

The number one phlox problem-nematodes. Jber. st. Lehr- u. ForschAnst. Gartenb, Weihenstephan. /67. 150-7

The numbering of leaves and internodes for sugarcane nutrition studies. Proc. 13th Congr. int. Soc. Sugarcane Technol, Taiwan, 1969. 569-83. bibl. 6

The numbers and dynamics of eggs produced by Apatemon gracilis minor in relation to the age of the host (duck) and to post-infection immunity. Acta parasit. lit, 8: 65-73; 72-73

The numbers and proportions of Testacea and ciliates in litters and soils. J. Protozool, 18: 24-28

The numbers of infective Trypanosoma rhodesiense extruded by Glossina morsitans during feeding. Ann Trop Med Parasitol 60(4): 455-460

The numbers of seminal roots in wheat. Biologia Pl, 7: 1, 79-80. bibl. 2

The numerical analysis of infiltration, considering hysteresis, into a vertical soil column at equilibrium under gravity. Soil Sci Soc Amer Proc 29(5): 489-494

The numerical approach to soil systematics. The Soil Ecosystem, The Sytematics Association, London., 31-39

The nursery bed. Groent. en Fruit. 23: 1817

The nursery behaviour of apple transplants with interstocks of varying length. Sborn. nauc. Rab. vses. nauc.-issled. Inst. Sadov. I. V. Micurina, 14, 153-8

The nursery behaviour of different types of vegetative rootstock for some apple varieties. Lucr. sti. Inst. Cerc. horti-vitic., 1966. 7: 351-68. bibl. 24

The nursery behaviour of some apple varieties grafted on different vegetative rootstocks. Lucr. sti. lnst. agron, Timisoara, 9: 397-408. bibl. 8

The nursery behaviour of the variety Jonathan on different seedling rootstocks. Lucr. sti. Inst. Cerc. horti-vitic., 1966. 7: 369-78. bibl. 19

The nursery course at Mosjoen, 4-7 July 1963. Arsskr. Norske Skogplantesk. 1964. 17-108

The nutri. tional approach to food planning. Dev. Civilisation, Paris, 10-20

The nutrient and mineral content (major and trace elements) of meadow and pasture grass of the Elbe valley in the Lenzener Wische district and the effect of this fodder on some components of the blood in cattle. Arch. Tierernahrung. 16: 215-228

The nutrient balance of Barbados. Proc. Mtg B.W.I Sugar Technol. Guyana, 172-5. bibl. 12

The nutrient composition of hybrid corn as influenced by fertilization. 2. The phosphorus percentage. Can. J. Soil Sci, 44: 2, 217-22. bibl. 11

The nutrient composition of some edible wild fruits found in the Transvaal. South African Medical Journal 40(45): 1102-1104

The nutrient content in the food of healthy children. A comparison of analytically estimated values and those calculated from tables of nutritive value. Med. Ernahrung. 11: 129-131

The nutrient content of Pine needles in relation to site type. Metsanduse Tead. Uurim. Lab. Metsandusl. Uurim., Tallinn. 4, 92-100

The nutrient content of Sitka Spruce needles in a fertilizer trial. Tidsskr. Skogbr, 77: 2, 291-6

The nutrient content of apple leaves. II. The effect of rootstock, variety, year, cropping and precipitation. Tidsskr. Planteavl, 69: 305-13. bibl. 14

The nutrient content of apple leaves. III. The effect of potassium and nitrogen manuring on the nutrient content of apple trees in sand culture. Tidsskr. Planteavl. 70: 43-50. bibl. 11

The nutrient content of apple leaves. IV. The effect of the time of application of nitrogen on the nitrogen content and growth of apple trees in sand culture. Tidsskr. Planteavl, 72: 113-20. bibl. 11

The nutrient content of drainage water from agricultural land. Bulletin, Agricultural Experiment Station, Micingan State University. 31: 16

The nutrient content of needles of different ages in Spruce and other conifers. Flora, Jena. 156B: 2, 105-21

The nutrient content of plants and soils from Brazil and Surinam. Biotropica. 2: 1, 51-60

The nutrient content of rainfall and its role in the forest nutrient cycle. Proc. 14th Congr. Int. Union For. Res. Organ., Munich Pt. II, Sect. 21, 1967. 145-58

The nutrient content of sandy forest soils. Agricultura, Louvain, 13: 465-487

The nutrient content of the apple in relation to the cropping level of the tree, and its connection with bitter pit. Erwerbsobstbau, 11: 3-5. bibl. 12

The nutrient content of the apple leaf. I. The effect of leaf position, season and time of day. Tidsskr. Planteavl, 69: 206-15. bibl. 17

The nutrient content of the food of a selected group of elderly women. Internat. Ztschr. Vitaminforsch, 37: 515-518

The nutrient content of the soil and root system of a dry heath ecosystem. J. Ecol, 58: 2, 445-52. Bibl. 18

The nutrient content of tree stem flow and ground flora litter and leachates in a Sessile Oak (Quercus petraea) woodland. J. Ecol, 55: 3, 615-27

The nutrient contents of old-field Pinus virginiana stands. Tree Growth and Forest Soils Proceedings of the Third North American Forest Soils Conference, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, August, Corvallis, USA, Oregon State University, 275-282

The nutrient dynamics. Arch. Forstw, 17: 4, 391-412

The nutrient efficiency of urea formaldehyde compared with other nitrogen fertilizers in field trials. Pam. Pulawski, 14: 179-186

The nutrient holding capacity of soils of different forest types in Korea. Ecol. Rev., Sendai, 17: 57-74

The nutrient intake of Indian and non-Indian school children. Can J Publ Health 59(3): 115-118

The nutrient levels of young fruit trees and strawberries as influenced by carbonates. C.R. Colloq. eur. Controle Nutr. min. Fert. Vitic. Arboric., Montpellier 1965. 130-2

The nutrient loss by grass sward covers. Mitt. Klosterneuburg. 21: 115-38. bibl. 7

The nutrient metabolism of pasture crops in the region of volcanic-ash soils in southern Kyushu. 2. Effect of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, lime and compost for Italian ryegrass. Soil Sci. Pl. Nutr, 11: 4, 40

The nutrient metabolism of pasture crops in the volcanic-ash soil region of south Kyushu. 3. Effect of the three major nutrients, lime and compost on the growth of Ladino clover. Soil Sci. Pl. Nutr, 11: 5, 39

The nutrient metabolism of pasture crops in the volcanic-ash-soil region in southern Kyushu. 1. Phosphorus nutrition of pasture crops. Soil Sci. Pl. Nutr, 11: 1, 42

The nutrient needs of winter cameline. Pam. Pulaw, 25, 109 Bibl. 8

The nutrient regime of Scots Pine stands in the S. taiga. Lesoved., Moskva. 4, 64-70

The nutrient regime of light-chestnut soils under shelterbelts. Pochvoved, 2, 94-104

The nutrient regime of waterlogged sites. Tagungsberichte, Deutsche Akademie der Landwirtschaftswissenschaften Berlin. 84: 263-73

The nutrient requirements for laying-type growing chickens. 9. Calcium and phosphorus requirements for White Leghorn growing pullets of 10-21 weeks of age. Jap. Poultry Sci, 6: 40-45

The nutrient requirements for laying-type growing chicks. 7. Calcium and phosphorus requirements for White Leghorn female starting chicks. Jap. Poultry Sci, 2: 167-173

The nutrient requirements for laying-type growing chicks. 8. Calcium and phosphorus requirements for White Leghorn growing chicks of 4-8 or 10 weeks of age. Jap. Poultry Sci, 3: 69-75

The nutrient requirements of Huntleya meleagris. Orchidee, 22: 3, 95-100

The nutrient requirements of farm livestock. No. 2, Ruminants, technical reviews and summaries. The nutrient requirements of farm livestock. No. 2, Ruminants, technical reviews and summaries, London: Agricultural Research Council, xi+264. Price: 30s

The nutrient requirements of farm livestock. No. 3, Pigs, technical reviews and summaries. The nutrient requirements of farm livestock. No. 3, Pigs, technical reviews and summaries, London: Agricultural Research Council, xi + 278. Price: 30s

The nutrient requirements of fruit crops. Span, 8: 81-3. bibl. 10

The nutrient requirements of tetraploid chamomile at two developmental phases. Herba polon, 16: 2, 125-41

The nutrient situation in the nurseries. Skogen. 51: 6, 148-50

The nutrient status and genesis of alkali (szik) soils on the Great Hungarian Plain. I. Humus, and nitrogen status. II. Phosphorus and potassium status. Agrokem. Talajt, 18: 351-366; 367-382

The nutrient status of Norway Spruce in relation to site on mountain ranges of medium altitudes. Albrecht-Thaer-Archiv, Berlin., 8: 4/5, 293-312

The nutrient status of Picea mariana in relation to the site index. Oecol. Plant, 6: 4, 371-81. 36 ref

The nutrient status of Pine plantations on sands in years with varying amounts of precipitation (1961-1963) . Arch. Forstw, 15: 7, 745-73

The nutrient status of Silver Fir stands in N.E. Bavaria. Forstwiss. Cbl, 87: 3, 219-50

The nutrient status of citrus nurseries in Taiwan. Mem. Coll. Agric, natn. Taiwan Univ, 8: 2, 216-234

The nutrient status of pear trees and the influence of soil nutrient content when areas that have hitherto been differently managed for a long time are given uniform applications of mineral fertilizers. Diss. Rhein. Friedrich-Wilhelms-Univ., Bonn, 145. bibl. 147

The nutrient status of seedlings of Pinus radiata in conditions of boron toxicity. An. Edafol. Agrobiol, 29: 5/6, 391-9

The nutrient status of the leaves and the previous year's shoots in dense apple orchards. Zur Verbesserung der Leistung in der Obstproduktion, Sammelband. Dtsche demok. Republik, dtsche Akad. LandwWiss. Berlin, 99-127. bibl. 6

The nutrient status of zinc in lettuce evaluated by plant analysis. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, 96: 4, 412-414

The nutrient supply of intensively cultivated horticultural soils, especially those under glass. Sonderheft Landwirtschaftliche Forschung. 26: 1, 157-164

The nutrient value of different amounts of mineral fertilizers, dung and limestone for wheat production on a parapodzol. Zemlj, Biljka, 16A: 471-478

The nutrient value of potting soils. Tuinbouwberichten, 32: 492-4

The nutrient-absorptive characteristics of vegetable crops effects of nitrogen source on growth of the tomato plant. Res. Prog. Rep. Tokai-Kinki natn. agric. Exp. Stn, 3, 6-11

The nutrio-paysiology of pasture crops with special reference to their effective fertilizing. 6. Fertilizer placement for established pasture crops. J. Sci. Soil Manure, Tokyo., 38: 351-356

The nutrio-physiology of maize 2. Development m relation to growth phases and the associated accumulation of elements and carbohydrates. J. Sci. Soil Manure, Tokyo, 40: 113-120

The nutrio-physiology of pasture crops, in particular their effective fertilization. 5. Effectiveness of fertilizer concentration on the germination and establishment of pasture crops. Soil Sci. Pl. Nutr, 12: 1, 44-45

The nutrition and disease pattern of children in a refugee settlement. East African Medical Journal 45(5): 229-246

The nutrition and fertilizing of Scots Pine. Tagungsbericht, Deutsche Akademie der Landwirtschaftswissenschaften, Berlin. 75, 629-716

The nutrition and growth of Ash, Fraxinus excelsior, in natural stands in the English Lake District as related to edaphic site factors. J. Ecol, 52: 1, 169-87

The nutrition and growth of Lupinus polyphyllus under Pine cover on sites in the Ober Pfalz. Forstwiss. Cbl, 84: 9/10, 265-92

The nutrition and growth of lucerne on a sedentary black earth overlying a perched watertable on the Eastern Darling Downs, Queensland. Trop. Grasslds. 3: 2, 99-107. Bibl. 11

The nutrition of Eucalyptus globulus in its first stages of development. An. Edafol. Agrobiol, 29: 5/6, 401-11

The nutrition of Polynesian children. Tropical and Geographical Medicine 21(3): 311-322

The nutrition of animals in Poland. 8. Proceedings of a conference on animal nutrition organised by the Commission on Animal Nutrition of the Committee on Animal Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences with the Department of Animal Nutrition, Agricultural University, Szczecin, June 1968. Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych. 117, 223

The nutrition of birds during periods of outbreaks of the more important forest and agricultural pests. Aquila. A Madartani Intezet Evkonyve, Budapest. 1965 publ. 1966. 71/72, 67-98

The nutrition of campers. Voeding. 25: 224-229

The nutrition of chlorotic Spruce on soils rich in lime. Forstwiss. Cbl, 89: 1, 1-9

The nutrition of dwarf bean and brussels sprout crops grown for processing. Phosphorus in Agric, 53, 23-30. bibl. 5

The nutrition of excised wheat roots. Physiol Plant 20(2): 276-284

The nutrition of game in relation to silviculture in areas of pure Spruce. Mitt. StForstverw. Bayerns. 34, 154-61

The nutrition of gladioli grown in the Etna region. Tecn. agric, 16: 63-71. bibl. 6

The nutrition of glasshouse and other horticultural crops. Proc. Fertil. Soc, 103, 55

The nutrition of glasshouse carnations. J. hort. Sci, 45: 401-403

The nutrition of grafted plants. 11. Effect of phosphorus concentration in the nutrient medium on growth and phosphorus uptake of grafted plants. Soil Sci. Pl. Nutr, 15: 130, 479-483

The nutrition of grazing hill sheep; utilization of hill pastures. HILL FARMING RESEARCH ORGANISATION. Fourth report 67, Edinburgh., 38-45

The nutrition of grazing ruminants. Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews 38(2): 381-400

The nutrition of intensively-reared calves. Vet. Rec, 76: 511-526

The nutrition of medium-aged Spruce of optimum growth on mineral soils of different nutrient status. Arch. Forstw, 14: 9, 987-1001

The nutrition of nymphs of the desert locust (S. gregaria) and developmental differences in the nymphs caused by nutrition. Bitki Koruma Bult, 7: 3, 121-144

The nutrition of orchid seedlings. Amer. Orchid Soc. Bull, 39: 691-700. bibl. 20

The nutrition of poppy (Papaver somniferum L.) in relation to morphine content in ripe poppy heads and to the importance of boron. Rostl. Vyroba, 37: 709-720

The nutrition of pregnant and lactating ewes. Veterinary Record 85(13): 348-351

The nutrition of some tropical Pines. Silvicultura em Sao Paulo. 1966. 4/5: 4, 313-40

The nutrition of sporocysts of the trematode Cercaria doricha Rothschild, 1935 in the molluscan host Turritella communis Risso. Parasitology. 58: 2, 355-366

The nutrition of spruce in subalpine regions as affected by environmental conditions. Albrecht-Thaer-Arch, 8: 293-312

The nutrition of the Kazanluk oil-bearing rose in respect of certain trace elements varying according to soil type. Pocvozn. Agrohim, 4: 2, 43-51. bibl. 23

The nutrition of the early weaned lamb. 1. The influence of protein concentration and feeding level on rate of gain in body weight. J. Agric. Sci, 75: 11-18

The nutrition of the early weaned lamb. 2. The effect of dietary protein concentration, feeding level and sex on body composition at two live weights. J. Agric. Sci, 75: 19-26

The nutrition of the early weaned lamb. 3. The effect of ad libitum intake of diets varying in protein concentration on performance and on body composition at different live weights. Journal of Agricultural Science. 77: 3, 351-361

The nutrition of the early-weaned calf. 10. The effect of replacement of fish meal with either urea or ammonium acetate on growth rate and nitrogen retention in calves fed ad libitum. Animal Prod, 9: 197-201

The nutrition of the early-weaned calf. 7. The relative value of four different fish meal products as the major protein source in the diet. Animal Prod, 6: 25-30

The nutrition of the early-weaned calf. 8. The effect on nitrogen retention of diets containing different levels of fish meal. Animal Prod, 7: 53-58

The nutrition of the female mink (Mustela vison). 1. The metabolic rate of the mink. Canad. J. Zool, 46: 41-45

The nutrition of the female mink (Mustela vison). 2. The energy requirement for maintenance. Canad. J. Zool, 46: 47-52

The nutrition of the female mink (Mustela vison). 3. The water requirement for maintenance. Canad. J. Zool, 46: 53-56

The nutrition of the veal calf. 2. The effect of different levels of protein and fat in milk substitute diets. British Journal of Nutrition 24(2): 441-457

The nutrition of the veal calf. 4. The effect of offering roughage on health and performance. British Journal of Nutrition 26(3): 353-362

The Nutrition Of The Veal Calf; The Effect Of Anaemia And Of Iron And Chlortetracycline Supplementation On The Performance Of Calves Given Large Quantities Of Whole Milk. British Journal of Nutrition 18: 467-502

The nutrition of two strains of Erwinia carotovora, causal organism of stalk rot of maize in India. Zentralblatt für Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene. Zweite Naturwissenschaftliche Abt.: Allgemeine, Landwirtschaftliche und Technische Mikrobiologie 125(7): 707-712

The nutrition of workers in agricultural cooperatives in southern Hungary. Nahrung. 13: 103-110

The nutrition program of the Catholic Relief Services-USCC. Philippine J. Nutrition. 23: 1, 32-39

The nutrition rehabilitation center. A tool for nutrition education. J. Amer. Dietetic Assoc, 55: 246-251

The nutrition status of the mountainous villages. 1. The dietary survey of the families and the effect of the school feeding on the nutrient intake. Jap. J. Nutrition. 23: 43-53

The nutrition survey of the firemen. The food intake of the firemen. Jap. J. Nutrition, 23: 23-30

The nutritional and palatable qualities of the meat of chicks in relation to age, breed, mass selection and plane of nutrition. Povysenie produktivnosti i plemennyh kacestv pticy otecestvennyh porod.(Sb. Stat. Pticev. posvjasc. XIII vsemirn. Kongr.Pticev. Kiev, ). Moscow: Kolos., 99-111

The nutritional and physiological importance of losses of N and ions through the skin. Ztschr. Kinderheilk, 92: 333-342

The nutritional and physiological quality of students' communal meals. Deutsch. Gesundheitswesen. 22: 1283-1286

The nutritional and physiological value of collagen. Thesis. Ludwig-Maximilians-Univ., Munich, 61

The nutritional and physiological value of meat for human consumption. Ber. Landwirtsch, 44: 135-149

The nutritional approach in food policy planning. FAO Nutrition Newsletter. 6: 1, 30-45

The nutritional area needed by radishes grown for seed. Grad. lozar. Nauka, 2: 477-84. bibl. 5

The nutritional availability of tryptophan in foods. Nutritio et Dieta; European Review of Nutrition and Dietetics 10(4): 297-308

The nutritional importance of fruits in the Venezuelan diet. Proc. Carib. Reg. Amer. Soc. hort. Sci. 1965. 8: 254-8. bibl. 8

The nutritional index and economic nutritional index of foods. Dairy Inds, 30: 3, 193-97

The nutritional level in young fruit orchards in the Zahorie region in 1967. Ved. Pr. vysk. Ust. rastl. Vyroby v Piest'anoch, 7: 263-71. bibl. 8

The nutritional level of the Italian population: observations and comments. Ann. Sanita pub, 25: 1449-1466

The nutritional level, nutrient balance and yield of olives in the province of Seville. III studies on the table cv. Manzanillo. Anales de Edafologia y Agrobiologia, Centro de Edafologia, Seville, Spain., 29: 9/10, 683-697

The nutritional preference of Dactynotus Raf. (Aphididae). II. The effect of the developmental stage on the suitability of the host with respect to susceptible and resistant plants. Z. angew. Ent, 54: 444-57. bibl. 43

The nutritional re-evaluation of the Bayambang Applied Nutrition Project. 1. Deaths and anthropometric surveys. Philippine J. Nutrition. 23: 3, 49-58

The nutritional re-evaluation of the Bayambang Applied Nutrition Project. 2. Dietary survey. Philippine J. Nutrition. 23: 3, 59-66

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The nutritional re-evaluation of the Bayambang Applied Nutrition Project. 4. General discussion and conclusions. Philippine J. Nutrition. 23: 3, 72-91

The nutritional requirements and growth relations of different species of Drosophila. J Exp Zool 156(1): 105-135

The nutritional requirements and metabolic activities of morphologically-different phosphate-dissolving bacterial isolates. Phytophylactica, 2: 109-114

The nutritional requirements for sexual reproduction in some species of Phytophthora. Proc. W. Va Acad. Sci, 37: 75-82

The nutritional requirements of Diptera. The nutritional requirements of Diptera, 41-57. 1 1/2 pp

The nutritional requirements of Mediterranean and American carnations. Agricoltura, Roma, 12, 8

The nutritional requirements of excised roots of three genotypes of Arabidopsis thaliana (L) Heynh. New Phytol, 67: 159-65

The nutritional requirements of grasshoppers. 1. Rearing of the grasshopper, Melanoplus bivittatus (Say), on a completely defined synthetic diet and some effects of different concentrations of B-vitamin mixture, linoleic acid, and ss-carotene. Canad. J. Zool, 42: 11-22

The nutritional requirements of grasshoppers. 2. Effects of plant phospholipids and extracts of bran on growth, development, and survival of the grasshoppers, Melanoplus bivittatus (Say) and Camnula pellucida (Scudder). Canad. J. Zool, 42: 23-38

The nutritional requirements of pineapple. Malays Agric. J, 46: 458-468

The nutritional requirements of pineapple (Ananas camosus (L.) Merr. var. Singapore Spanish) on peat soil in Malaya. I. Effect of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium on yield, sugar and acid content of the fruit. Malays. agric. J, 46: 458-68. bibl. 23

The nutritional requirements of pineapples (Ananas comosus (L.) Marr. var Singapore Spanish) on peat soil in Malaya. II. Leaf analysis in relation to yield, sugar and acid contents of the fruits. Malays. agric. J, 47: 175-86. bibl. 1

The Nutritional Requirements Of The Protein-Depleted Chicken. 6. Amino Acid Requirements For Repletion Of Adult Cocks Depleted By Starvation. British Journal of Nutrition 19: 71-78

The nutritional requirements of the vine. Inform. agrar, Verona., 26: 2463-71

The nutritional role of Lupinas arboreas in coastal sand dune forestry. 1.The potential influence of undamaged lupin plants on nitrogen uptake by Pinus radiata. Pl. Soil, 34: 357-367

The nutritional role of Lupinus arboreus in coastal sand dune forestry. 3. Nitrogen distribution in the ecosystem before tree planting. Plant and Soil. 35: 1, 113-126

The nutritional role of Lupinus arboreus in coastal sand dune forestry. II. The potential influence of damaged lupin plants on nitrogen uptake by Pinus radiata. Plant & Soil. 34: 3, 575-93

The nutritional significance of chemical changes in lipids: nutritional effects of oxidised lipids in chick diets. Irish J. Agric. Res, 7: 279-291

The nutritional situa-tion in Brazil. Rev. Assoc. med. Minas Gerais. 21: 1-11

The nutritional situation of school children from 12 to 15 years of age. Med. Ernahrung. 9: 30-36

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The nutritional state of Italian school communities. 18. Nutritional state of the school population in the Province of Avellino. Quad. Nutrizione. 26: 235-244

The nutritional state of Italian school communities. 19. Nutritional level in the Province of Salerno. Quad. Nutrizione. 26: 245-274

The nutritional state of Subotica schoolchildren in relation to their social background. Hrana i Ishrana. 13: 1/2, 24-30

The nutritional state of male and female industrial workers with reference to physical effort. Ernahrungsforschung. 15: 197-209

The nutritional state of preschool children in the town of Sombor on the basis of systematic examinations. Hrana i Ishrana. 13: 1/2, 19-23

The nutritional state of school communities in Italy. 20. Nutritional level in the Province of Siena. Quad. Nutrizione. 29: 79--94

The nutritional state of schoolchildren. Ernahrungsforschung. 11: 45-54

The nutritional state of the population in 3 villages in Niayes, Senegal. Bull. Soc. Med. Afr. Noire Lang. Fr, 12: 212-223

The nutritional status and larvicidal activities of C6-to C14-saturated fatty acids in Pseudosarcophaga affinis (Diptera: Sarcophagidae). Can. Ent, 99: 4, 384-392

The nutritional status of Silver Fir stands in relation to the nutrient contents of their soils. Forstwiss. Cbl, 88: 6, 359-72

The nutritional status of a citrus orchard and the influence of environmental factors on the contents of elements in the leaves. Rev. Ceres, 17: 91, 61-76. bibl. 18

The nutritional status of cherry orchards in Hardanger. Meld. Norges LandbrHgsk, 47: 17, 1-14. bibl. 26

The nutritional status of children in rural Khartoum. Sudan Medical Journal. 9: 1, 23-38

The nutritional status of coffee and the beverage quality. Rev. Agric, Piracicaba, 43: 93-102. bibl. 63

The nutritional status of industrial workers in Egypt. Journal of the Egyptian Medical Association 51(11): 997-1012

The nutritional status of nursing mothers and infants in an applied nutrition area in Madras State. J. Nutrition Dietetics, India. 2: 149-153

The nutritional status of nursing mothers in a village. Indian J.Nutr.Dietet, 7: 3, 153-59

The nutritional status of older pure Norway Spruce stands on pseudogley sites in years with strongly contrasting precipitation. Arch. Forstw, 19: 9/10, 937-61

The nutritional status of seedling mandarin (Citrus reticulata Blanco) leaves in Coorg. Indian J. Hon, 22: 231-7. bibl. 34

The nutritional status of selected preschool children in an applied nutrition-programme. Indian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics. 9: 1, 1-4

The nutritional status of some occupational groups in the steel industry. Nahrung. 16: 2, 99-106

The nutritional status of the 'Orlando' tangelo (Citrus paradisi Macf. 'Duncan' x C. reticulata Blanco 'Dancy'). Proc. Fla St. hort. Soc., 1970. 82: 34-8. bibl. 16

The nutritional status of young children in hombolo, Tanzania. East African Medical Journal 45(9): 605-612

The nutritional status, nutrient balance and yield of olive groves in the province of Seville. I. A study on oil varieties. An. Edafol. Agrobiol, 26: 733-62. bibl. 18

The nutritional survey on eating habits in mountain area in Gifu prefecture. Survey in Uchigatani, Yamato Village, Gujyo District. J. Jap. Soc. Food Nutrition. 23: 146-153

The nutritional value of different potato cultivars. Kartofel' i Ovosci (Potato & Vegetables), 11, 10 p

The nutritional value of different rations for dairy cows. Dokl. vses, Akad. Sel'.-khoz. Nauk. 4, 30-33

The nutritional value of four tropical grasses when fed as chaff and pellets to sheep. Aust J Exp Agr Anim Husb 8(32): 270-276

The nutritional value of intact seed pods of Townsville lucerne (Stylosanthes humilis). Aust. J. exp. Agric. Anim. Husb, 9: 40, 502-7. Bibl. 14

The nutritional value of mushrooms. Champignon, 8: 88, 27-31

The nutritional value of opaque-2 corn for the pig and the chick. Dissertation Absts. (B). 28: 2201B-2202B

The nutritional value of poultry offal meal in chick diets. Poultry Sci 46(1): 255-257

The nutritional value of some tropical grasses. J Agr Sci 65(3): 411-417

The nutritional value of sorghum grain. Vestn. sel'skohozjajstv. Nauk. (Rep. agric. Sci.). 10, 57-62

The nutritional value of wheat milling by-products for the growing chick. 1. Availability of energy. Cereal Chem, 42: 523-532

The nutritionally economic use of protein feeds for fattening pigs from studies with barley and fishmeal rations. Nahrstoffokonomischer Einsatz von Eiweissfuttermitteln in der Schweinemast nach Untersuchungen mit Gerste-Fischmehl-Rationen, Neuere Forschungsergebnisse, Landwirtsch. Fak., Leipzig, 13th Vortragstagung, 135-147

The nutritive composition of pea and sweet com seeds as influenced by s-triazine compounds. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, 96: 4, 489-492

The nutritive content of Peruvian anchovy fish meal evaluated by chemical methods. Feedstuffs, USA. 40: 35, 32-33

The nutritive content of menhaden (Brevoortia tyrannus and petronus) fish meal evaluated by chemical methods. Feedstuffs, USA. 40: 20, 36-37

The nutritive effect in man of non-essential amino acids infused intravenously (together with the essential ones). 3. Different ratios of essential-non-essential amino acids. Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica 14(4): 259-271

The nutritive evaluation of forages by biological and laboratory methods. Dis-sertation Absts. (B). 28: 401B

The nutritive potentials of soil and the proportions of K : Ca : Mg in tomato plants. Plant and Soil. 28: 431-41. bibl. 31

The Nutritive Quality And Available Amino Acid Composition Of Some Animal Protein Concentrates. British Journal of Nutrition 18: 503-517

The nutritive research for pregnant women in Tokushima Prefecture. Jap. J. Nutrition. 24: 59-63

The nutritive usefulness of species and varieties within the Medicago genus. Abstracts of the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Agronomy held at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, on August 21-26, 40

The nutritive value and agronomic aspects of some fodders in Northern Nigeria. 3. Hays and dried crop residues. J. Brit. Grassl. Soc, 19: 1, 77-80. bibl. 11

The nutritive value and digestibility of some winter foods of the eastern wild turkey. J. Wildl. Mgmt. 34: 1, 176-82. Bibl. 16

The nutritive value and toxicity of Ohi (Albizzia stipulata Boivin) tree leaves. Journal of Research, Punjab Agricultural University. 6: 2, 388-93

The nutritive value and toxicity of obi (Aibtzzia stipuiata Boivin) tree leaves. J. Res, Ludhiana, 6: 388-393

The nutritive value for ruminants of a complete processed diet based on barley straw. J. Agric. Sci, 74: 311-314

The nutritive value index as an indicator of the economic value of roughages. South African Journal of Animal Science. 1: 1, 15

The nutritive value of Douglas Fir wood for larvae of Hylotrupes bajulus. Mater. u. Organ., Berl, 3: 1, 59-72

The nutritive value of Fahl berseem and Fahl hay dried on ground and on tripods. Ann. Agric. Sci. Univ. Ain Shams, 9: 2, 23-31. Bibl. 15

The nutritive value of Karoo veld: the influence of nutrition and climate on the wool of Merino sheep on divergent veld types. Agro-animalia. 1: 3/4, 103-117

The nutritive value of Kikuyu grass, Penniserum clandestinum, in the wet, upper montane region of Ceylon. 1. Maintenance of mature dairy heifers. Ceylon Veterinary Journal. 19: 3, 48-52, 75

The nutritive value of New Zealand tall-tussocks (Chiono-chloa) fed to sheep. N.Z. J. Agric. Res, 13: 555-566

The nutritive value of Pani-cum maximum (guinea grass) for cattle and water buffaloes in the tropics. Dissertation Absts. (B). 27: 4193B

The nutritive value of Panicum maximum (Guinea grass). 3. Factors affecting voluntary intake by cattle and water buffaloes. J. agric. Sci, Camb., 71: 1, 67-71. Bibl. 17

The nutritive value of Panicum maximum (guinea grass). 1. Yields and chemical composition related to season and herbage growth stage. J. Agric. Sci, 69: 155-160

The nutritive value of Panicum maximum (guinea grass). 2. Digestibility by cattle and water buffaloes, related to season and herbage growth stage. J. Agric. Sci, 69: 161-170

The nutritive value of Pensacola Bahiagrass. J. Jap. Soc. Grassld Sci, 12: 1, 42-6. Bibl. 5

The nutritive value of Phalaris arundinacea L. in the natural meadows of Khanty-Mansi National District. Rastitel'nye Resursy. 7: 3, 432-435

The nutritive value of South African feeds: ground snapped corn. S. African J. Agric. Sci, 10: 857-858

The nutritive value of Themeda triandra. E. African Agric. Forestry J, 32: 375-379

The nutritive value of Themeda triandra. 2. Variation in in vitro protein synthesis caused by seasonal fluctuations of inoculum and stage of maturity of grass. S. African J. Agric. Sci, 8: 393-399

The nutritive value of Themeda triandra. 3. Seasonal variations in forage quality as determined by different criteria. S. African J. Agric. Sci, 8: 607-620

The nutritive value of a cow's milk-banana formula for infant feeding. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 23(6): 749-753

The nutritive value of bamboo seeds. J. Nutrition Dietetics, India. 6: 192

The nutritive value of cassava leaf meal. Poultry Science 48(3): 846-853

The nutritive value of chipped potatoes. Voeding. 27: 511-518

The nutritive value of corn silages containing chemical additives as measured by growth and milk production of dairy animals. Diss. Abstr. 27: 7, 2212

The nutritive value of different homegrown and foreign barleys for pigs. Landwirtsch. Forsch, 22: 265-280

The nutritive value of eight varieties of cowpea (Vigna sinensis). J. Food Sci, 29: 118-122

The nutritive value of fat in the diet of the milk-fed lamb. 1. The apparent and corrected digestibilities of different dietary fats and of their constituent fatty acids. British Journal of Nutrition 24(2): 425-433

The nutritive value of fat in the diet of the milk-fed lamb. 2. The effect of different dietary fats on the composition of the body fats. British Journal of Nutrition 24(2): 435-440

The nutritive value of fish meal, meat-and-bone meal and field bean meal as measured by digestibility experiments on the adult colostomised fowl. British Poultry Science 10(2): 155-163

The nutritive value of foods. Indian J. Med. Res, 57: 8 Suppl., 1-15

The nutritive value of forage crops. Advanc. Agron, 21: 1-108

The nutritive value of fresh grass and silages made from it. Verslagen van Landbouwkundige Onderzoekingen. 744, 25

The nutritive value of ground and pelleted barley straw. 1. Ground and pelleted v. long straw for growing Ayrshire heifers. J. Agric. Sci, 66: 131-137

The nutritive value of groundnut protein. 2. The correlation between electrophoretic pattern and nutritive value. British Journal of Nutrition 22(4): 601-607

The nutritive value of heated dietary fats. Annls Nutr. Aliment, 20: 1, 25-31

The Nutritive Value Of Leaf Protein Concentrates Determined In Biological Tests With Rats And By Microbiological Methods. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 16: 425-432

The nutritive value of leaf samples of Themeda triandra at different stages of growth. 1. Chemical composition. Agric. Sci. S. Afr. (I) Agroplantae. 1: 3-4, 171-7. Bibl. 21

The nutritive value of leaf samples of Themeda triandra at different stages of growth. 2. Relationship between chemical composition, in vitro digestibility and lignification. Agric. Sci. S. Afr. (1) Agroplantae. 2: 1, 15-23. Bibl. 21

The nutritive value of lucerne hay. Farming in S. Africa. 41: 10, 24-27

The nutritive value of meat by-products. J. Sci. Food Agric, 15: 711-716

The nutritive value of milk fed to calves at different levels in different ways. Zhivotnovodstvo, 26: 8, 42-44

The nutritive value of moldy grains and protein concentrates for growth of poults. Poultry Science 46(1): 168-176

The nutritive value of natural pastures in the Humansdorp area in the south east Cape Province of the Republic of South Africa. Tech. Commun. 45 Dep. agric. tech. Servs, S. Afr, 13. bibl. 36

The nutritive value of natural pastures in the districts of Calitzdorp, George, Knysna, Mossel Bay, Oudtshoorm and Uniondale in the winter rainfall area of the Republic of South Africa. Tech. Commun. 82 Dep. agric. tech. Servs S. Afr. Pretoria. 10. Bibl. 2

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The nutritive value of oat fodder as green, hay and silage. Indian Vet. J, 47: 508-512

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The nutritive value of pasture grass at different stages of development. Wirtschaftseigene Futter, 12: 2, 77-83. Bibl. 27

The nutritive value of protein in subtropical pasture species grown in south-east Queensland. Australian J Exp Agr Anim Husb 5(16): 13-17

The nutritive value of separated milk for pigs. 1. A comparison of two diets containing separated milk with a standard all-meal diet. Animal Prod, 10: 1-15

The nutritive value of sheepcock hay. Irish J. Agric. Res, 6: 49-55

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The nutritive value of silage made from vines of lima beans (Phaseolus lunatus) L.). Bull. 358 Delaware agric., exp. Stn, 10. Bibl. 8

The nutritive value of some common forages in the Sudan. Sudan agric. J, 3: 1, 21-7. Bibl. 10

The nutritive value of some hays in Venezuela. Revta Med. vet. Paras. Maracay. 6. 21: 1-8, 109-13. Bibl. 5

The nutritive value of some indica, japonica and hybrid varieties of rice. J. Nutrition Dietetics, India. 6: 204-208

The nutritive value of some pasture species examined in a subtropical environment. Tropical Grasslands. 5: 2, 117-130

The nutritive value of some pasture species in north-western Australia during the late dry season. Aust J Exp Agr Anim Husb 7(29): 533-539

The nutritive value of soya milk and cow's milk in malnourished children: a comparative study. Journal of Pediatrics 69(4): 670-675

The nutritive value of the apple. Int. Fruit World, 29: 1,

The Nutritive Value Of The Diets Of Hong Kong Children. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics and African Child Health 10: 100-104

The nutritive value of the fish meal marketed in Iran. J. Vet. Fac. Univ. Tehran. 25: 4, 45-55

The nutritive value of the proteins of a low cost protein food based on wheat, peanut and soybean flours and fortified with limiting amino acids, essential vitamins and minerals. Nutrition Reports International. 5: 1, 53-59

The nutritive value of the proteins of blends of red gram dhal, milk, rice and peas. J. Nutrition Dietetics, India. 1: 182-183

The nutritive value of the summer market milk in Tehran from the vitamin A standpoint. Pahlavi med.J, 2: 1, 77-87

The nutritive value of three species of water weeds. Econ. Bot, 23: 2, 123-27. Bibl 9

The nutritive value of tropical pastures. Journal of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science. 37: 3, 255-263

The nutritive value of urea and soya bean meal as supplementary sources of nitrogen in concentrate/hay diets for growing cattle. Record of Agricultural Research. 19: 19-26

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The nutritive value of yeast grown on hydrocarbon fractions for broiler chicks. Poultry Science. 50: 4, 1022-1029

The nutritive value of yellow-sweet lupin silage and the effect of the addition of calcium carbonate upon its digestibility. S African J Agr Sci 7(4): 787-790

The nutritive value, yield and botanical composition of irrigated pastures as influenced by nitrogen fertilizing. Proc. Grassld Soc. S. Afr, 3: 83-9. Bibl. 8

The nutritive values of. E. African Wildlife J, 7: 176-178

The nutritive values of Acacia pods in relation to Acacia seed distribution by ungulates. E. Afr. Wildl. Fnl. 7: 176-8. Bibl. 7

The nutritive values of ammonium bisulphate and molassed silages. 1. Comparisons of acceptability and feeding value for beef and dairy cattle. Irish J. Agric. Res, 4: 115-123

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The nylon bag technique for the estimation of forage quality. Proc. natn. Conf. Forage Qual. Eval. Util., Univ. Nebraska, 1970. 12. Bibl. 15

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The occurrence of Escherichia coli somatic antibody in pig serum, colostrum and milk and an investigation of its possible significance in immunity. Br. vet. J, Royal Vet. Coll., Potters Bar, Herts., 124: 273-281

The occurrence of Eubothrium crassum (Cestoda: Pseudophyllidea) in salmon Salmo salar and trout S. trutta of the River Exe. J. Zool, Lond., 157: 1, 1-9

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The occurrence of Fomes annosus on 'Flottsand' (sandloess) soils, with special reference to melioration. Forst- u. Holzw, 25: 19, 405-9

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The occurrence of Heligmosomum spalacis Kirsenblat, 1965 (Nematoda, Heligmosomatidae), in the lesser mole rat (Spalax leucodon Nordm.) in Hungary. Parasit. hung, 1: 1, 103-108

The occurrence of Heterodera glycines on Trifolium alexandrinum in United Arabic Republic. Nematologica. Leiden, 14: 592 p

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The occurrence of June yellows and white streak and stripe in hybrid seedlings of Strawberry. Arh. ooljopr. Nauke Teh, 18: 62, 152-159

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The Occurrence Of Lampropedia In The Intestines Of Some Reptiles And Nematodes. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 10: 801-804

The occurrence of Leptosphaeria maculans on Thlaspi arvense. Can J Bot 46(7): 879-871

The occurrence of Leucocytozoon caulleryi in domestic fowls in the Philippines. Vet. Rec, 81: 236-237

The occurrence of Linognathus setosus (Anoplura, Siphunculata) on poultry. Vet. Rec, 81: 641

The occurrence of M. disease on Poplar species and varieties in the Federal German Republic in 1965. Reprint from Holzzucht, 1-2: 8

The occurrence of M. melonis in Watermelon crops in Sao Paulo State. Biologico. 30: 12, 324-326

The occurrence of Macrophomina phaseoli on some agricultural crops and morphological and ecological properties of the parasite. Savr. Poljopr, 12: 1, 55-66

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The occurrence of Megastigmus spermotrophus. Acta Univ. Agric., Brno (Fac. Silv.). 36: 3, 275-86

The occurrence of Melampsora sp. on Populus deltoides var. carolinensis in Curitiba. An. bras. Econ. flor., Inst. Nac. Pinho. 16: 156-60

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The occurrence of Microsporum gypseum in cultivated and uncultivated soils in Hong Kong. Trans Brit Mycol Soc 48(4): 549-551

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The occurrence of Narcissus mosaic virus in Czechoslovakia. Ochr. Rost, 6: 1, 47-52

The occurrence of Nosema and Plistophora microsporid-ians on Archips cerasivoranus (Fitch) in Quebec. Ann. ent. Soc. Queb, 10: 3, 121-123

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The occurrence of Oschmarenia (Chandleria) wallacei (Cestoda: Anoplocephalidae) in central Mexico. Am. Midl. Nat, 76: 2, 533

The occurrence of Ostertagia crimensis and O. pinnata in New Zealand sheep. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 19(4): 80-82

The occurrence of P. striiformis West f. sp. tritici Erikss. et Henn. on the territory of the Czechoslovak People's Republic in 1967. Ochr. Rostl. Praha. 5: 219-23

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The occurrence of Paratetranychus ununguis in Finland. Ann. ent. fenn., Helsinki. 32: 1, 52-5

The occurrence of Paratetranychus ununguis on the genus Picea in the botanical garden, Berlin. Allg. Forst- u. Jagdztg, 137: 6, 139-41

The occurrence of Paruterina candelabraria (Goeze, 1782) and Cladotaenia globifera (Batsch, 1786) in Manitoba. Canadian Journal of Zoology 49(10): 1399-1400

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The occurrence of Pleospora bjoerlingii, the perfect state of Phoma betae. Z. PflKrankh. PflPath. PflSchutz. 74: 7-8, 412-413

The occurrence of Podocotyle atomon (Rud., 1802) (Digenea), Bothriocephalus scorpii (Muller, 1776) (Cestoda), Contracaecum clavatum (Rud., 1809) (Nematoda) and Echinorhynchus gadi Zoega, in Muller, 1776 (Acanthocephala) in the five-bearded rockling, Onos mustelus (L.). J. nat. Hist, 1: 3, 363-372

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The occurrence of Populus nigra in Lower Saxony. Forst- u. Holzw, 21: 9, 211-2

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The occurrence of Psorophora cyanescens (Coquillett), P. horrido (Dyar & Knab) and P.varipes (Coquillett) in Delaware. Mosquito News. 28: 3, 470 p

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The occurrence of Pythium in the Netherlands. 1. Heterothallic species. Acta bot. neerl, 17: 4, 320-329

The occurrence of Pythium in the Netherlands. II. Another heterothallic species: Pythium splendens Braun. Acta bot. neerl, 18: 4, 489-495

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The occurrence of S. petroselini on parsley seed. Inf. fitopat, 19: 335-7

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The occurrence of Sarcocystis sp. in the dog. J Protozool 13(4): 531

The occurrence of Skrjabinus muris Stscherbakova, 1942 (Trema-toda), in Apodemus flavicollis in Hungary. Acta zool. hung, 13: 3/4, 367-371

The occurrence of T. scrophulariae at Plewiska near Poznan. Polskie Pismo ent. (B) 1966. pt. 1-2, 17-22

The occurrence of Ternstroemia (Theaceae) in West Africa. Kew Bull, 21: 3, 429-31

The occurrence of Thielaviopsis basicola in the soil and in the roots of seedling cherry trees (Prunus avium) and other woody plants. Tidsskr. Planteavl, 74: 214-23. bibl. 9

The occurrence of Tobacco blue mould. Gesunde Pfl, Bonn, 20: 12, 266

The occurrence of Tobacco blue mould in 1966. Gesunde Pfl, 18: 8, 162

The occurrence of Tobacco ringspot virus strains and Tomato ringspot virus in hosts indigenous to North Carolina. Phytopathology. 60: 12, 1756-1760

The occurrence of Tomato races of P. infestons in the German Democratic Republic. Arch. PflSchutz, 5: 6, 399-410

The occurrence of Tortrix viridana in Portugal. Z. angew. Zool., Berl, 53: 4, 403-15

The occurrence of Trichinella spiralis in New Zealand pigs, rats and cats. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 14(7): 84-88

The occurrence of Trichocladus ellipticus (Hamamelidaceae) in Angola. Bol. Soc. Broteriana (Ser. 2). 43: 159-62

The occurrence of Trichophyton indicum-Randhawa & Sandhu 1963 in Rumanian soil. Some data concerning its immunobiological properties. (Preliminary report). Mycopath. Mycol. appl, 28: 1-2, 57-62

The occurrence of Trifolium arvense L. ssp. gracile (Thuill.) Rothm. (syn. Trifolium gracile (Thuill.) Ser.) on alkaline soil at Farmos. Agrobotanika, 8: 135-9. Bibl. 3

The occurrence of Tuberculina maxima Rost. on Cronartium rust infected trees in Alberta. Bi-m. Progr. Rep. For. Ent. Path. Br. Dep. For. Can, 21: 1, 3

The occurrence of Vibrio bubulus and its importance as a possible cause of abortion. Nord. VetMed, 20: 634-637

The occurrence of Vibrio fetus (intestinalis) in Australian cattle. Australian Veterinary Journal 45(4): 137-139

The occurrence of Xanthomonas phaseoli var. fuscans on beans in Sao Paulo state. Bragantia, 26: Suppl, I-IV. bibl. 7

The occurrence of Xyleborus perforans (Woll.) and X. similis in Java (Coleoptera, Scolytidae). Beaufortia, Amsterdam. 11: 141, 131-42

The occurrence of Zoysia rust in Georgia. Pl. Dis. Reptr. 50: 11, 839

The occurrence of a berenil-resistant Trypanosoma congolense strain in Northern Nigeria. Veterinary Record 80(12): 389-390

The occurrence of a Bottytis disease on lily-of-the-valley in Hungary. Novenytermeles. 13: 269-76. bibl. 7

The occurrence of a Broad Bean bacterial disease in the D.D.R. NachrBl. dt. PflSchutzdienst. Berl, 20: 2, 37-41

The occurrence of a Phytophthora root and leaf disease of black Pepper in Jamaica. Pl. Prot. Bull. F.A.O, 15: 1, 15-16

The occurrence of a bacterium sp. belonging to the Pseudomonas syringae van Hall group on Sorghum spp. Acta phytopath. Acad. Sci. hung, 3: 3, 321-329

The occurrence of a ciguatera-like poison in oysters, clams, and Gymnodinium breve cultures. Toxicon 3(2): 111-123

The occurrence of a coffee leafminer in South Africa. J. ent. Soc. sth. Afr, 27: 2, 269 p

The occurrence of a cytoplasm polyhedrosis in Dasychira pudibunda. Arch. Forstw, 16: 6/9, 837-40

The occurrence of a dagger nematode in North Wales. Pl. Path, 14: 2, 92-93

The occurrence of a gentisic glucoside in the bark and albedo of virus-infected Citrus trees. Phytopathology, 59: 5, 603-606

The occurrence of a heparin-like glycosaminoglycan in bovine milk and its possible association with lipoprotein lipase. Acta Chemica Scandinavica 23(10): 3587-3589

The occurrence of a mosaic disease of Phlox in India. Curr. Sci, 35: 7, 183

The occurrence of a mycobacterium in the crystal-violet solution used in the modified Gram staining method. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk, 89: 770-775

The Occurrence Of A Possible Epizootic Of Q Fever In Fauna Of The Great Salt Lake Desert Of Utah. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 13: 754-762

The occurrence of a quiescent infection of stone fruits caused by Sclerotinia fructicola (Wint.) Rehm. Aust. J. Agric. Res, 16: 131-40. bibl. 13

The occurrence of a toe abnormality in chicks fed propylene glycol. Poultry Sci, 47: 1036

The occurrence of a twig die-back of Juniperus. Gartenwelt. 64: 363; 366. bibl. 2

The occurrence of a virulent and genetically stable physiologic race of Puccinia striiformis. Trans Brit Mycol Soc 50(2): 305-310

The occurrence of acanthocephalan in Tanzania. Vet. Rec, 84: 24, 619

The occurrence of acid hydrolyzable phenolics in relation to Fusarium wilt disease in tomato plants. Neth J Plant Pathol 73(4): 126-128

The occurrence of actinomycosis in Rabbits. Biologico. 32: 9, 195

The occurrence of additional flowers and of bisexual flowers on the walnut (J. regia L.) under the influence of frost. Glasn. sumarsk. Fak., Beograd, 34: 107-14

The occurrence of aflatoxin in Malayan imported oil cakes and groundnut kernels. Malaysian Agric. J, 45: 232-244

The occurrence of agglutinating, complement-fixing, and incomplete antibodies to Brucella abortus in milk, and their relationship to the milk ring test. Veterinary Record 88(10): 244-250

The occurrence of agglutinins to brucella abortus in horses. Australian Veterinary Journal 44(7): 323-325

The occurrence of an Endogone type of endotrophic mycorrhiza in Hevea brasiliensis. TRANS BRIT MYCOL SOC 48(Pt 2): 167-178

The Occurrence Of An Abnormal Cell In Murine Virus-Induced Leukemia. Acta Haematologica 33: 159-166

The occurrence of an accessory excretory vesicle in Prosogono-trema Perez Vigueras, 1940 (Trematoda: Hemi-uroidea). Parazit. Sb. 24: 173-177

The Occurrence of and Effect of Cyanide on Respiratory Drift in the Developing Tung Nut. Plant Physiology 39(6): 1017-1019

The occurrence of and results of investigations on the pear moth, Laspeyresia pyrivora, in the county of Zala. Noveny-vedelem, 6: 6, 251-254

The occurrence of anti-oestrogens in feedingstuffs. Thesis, Tierarztl. Fak. Ludwig-Maximilians-Univ. Miinchen. 96

The occurrence of antibiotic-resistant coliform bacteria in the intestinal flora of man and various domestic animals. Berl. Munch. tierarztl. Wschr, 84: 30-33

The occurrence of antibodies against Candida albicans in sera from normal subjects. Danish Medical Bulletin 15(9): 277-282

The occurrence of antibodies to bovine virus diarrhoea, infectious bovine rhinotracheitis and parainfluenza 3 viruses in sera from New Zealand cattle. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 14(3-4): 27-32

The occurrence of antibodies to parainfluenza 3 virus in sera of farm animals and man in Iran. British Veterinary Journal 125(10): 529-533

The occurrence of antigen reacting with antibody to porcine neurophysin. Journal of Physiology 197(1): 53-63

The occurrence of antigenicity in some developmental stages of Fasciola hepatica. Acta Veterinaria. Belgrade, 20: 2, 87-91

The occurrence of aphids in the vicinity of vineyards and their importance in the transmission of viras diseases in vine-growing districts. Weinberg u. Keller, 13: 211-16. bibl. 31

The occurrence of aphids on lucerne according to the author's own observations. Biul. Inst. Ochr. Rosl, Poznan, 26, 35-48

The occurrence of apple flat limb in Czechoslovakia. Pol'nohospodarstvo, 11: 748-52. bibl. 24

The occurrence of apple scab, Venturia inaequalis, in Egypt. Z. PflKrankh, 73: 644-9. bibl. 6

The occurrence of arbutin and tannins in indigenous representatives of the Ericaceae. Pharmazie, 21: 59-60

The occurrence of bacteria in chronic purulent eye discharge. Journal of Small Animal Practice 9(1): 33-36

The occurrence of bark bacterioses in the GDR. Nachrichtenblatt fur den Pflanzenschutzdienst in der DDR, 25: 9, 193 7 ref

The occurrence of bark diseases and die-back symptoms on pome fruits in the Leipzig area. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst, Berlin, 23: 130-4. bibl. 6

The occurrence of bark necrosis of Beech near Bleicherode and its relation to height on stem, stand age, and bark thickness. Sozial. Forstw., Berl, 15: 11, 344-9

The occurrence of bark-breeding insect pests in fume-damaged Scots Pine and Norway Spruce stands. Arch. Forstw, 18: 9/10, 1021-6

The occurrence of beta-citraurin and reticulata-xanthin in peel of Shamouti orange. Food Sci. Technol Zurich, 3: 52-3. bibl. 10

The occurrence of beta-triketones in the steam-volatile oils of some Myrtaceous Australian plants. Aust. J. Chem, 21: 11, 2825-8

The occurrence of biotypes of the cereal cyst nematode (Heterodera avenue Woll.) in Victoria. Aust. J. exp. Agric.Anim. Husb, 9: 39, 453-456

The occurrence of biotypes of the cereal root eelworm (H. avenae Wollenweber, 1924) in the north of the German Democratic Republic. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst, Berl., 21: 66-68

The occurrence of bitter pit and the calcium content of the fruit after treatment of apple fruits and leaves with calcium chloride. Schweiz. Z. Obst-u. Weinb, 102: 538-41. bibl. 2

The occurrence of black awns in the wheat Har'kov 46. Selekcij a i Semenovodstvo (Breeding & Seed-growing). 30: 3, 59 p

The occurrence of bloat in cows on spring pastures. Irish vet. J, An Foras Taluntais, Dunsinea, Castle-knock, Co. Dublin, 24: 204-206

The occurrence of bound, water-soluble squalene, 4,4-dimethyI sterols, 4 alpha -methyl sterols and sterols in leaves of Kalanchoe blossfeldiana. Phyto chemistry, 10: 1303-7. bibl. 12

The occurrence of bovine virus diarrhoea/mucosal disease in Iran. Archs. Inst, Razi, 22: 01

The occurrence of broad-leaved weed seeds in samples of cereals tested by the Official Seed Testing Station, Cambridge. Proc. 9th Br. Weed Control Conf, 1199-1204. Bibl. 8

The occurrence of bromine in different vegetables. Landwirtschaftliche Forschung. 24: 2, 193-201

The occurrence of bromine in various vegetables. Landwirtschaftliche Forschung, 24: 2, 193-201

The occurrence of brown rot (Pseudomonas solanacearum E. F. Smith) in Potatoes imported into England from the Mediterranean region. Phytopath. Mediterranea, 3: 2, 123-124

The occurrence of brucella-phages in Hungary, their comparison with the foreign phages and the critical valuation of phage-iyping. Vet. med. J. Giza, 13: 31-53

The occurrence of canine toxoplasmosis in Ireland. Irish vet. J, 23: 155-157

The occurrence of carbazole in a peat soil. Soil Sci Soc Amer Proc 31(3): 435-436

The occurrence of carbonyl compounds in wood of Pinus sylvestris. Holzforschung. 25: 4, 125-7

The occurrence of casein micelles in human, cows' and sows' colostrum. Milchwissenschaft. 22: 4, 198-205

The occurrence of catechins in fruits. Phytochemistry 3(2): 263-266

The occurrence of caviunin in Dalbergia paniculata (N. O. Leguminosae). Curr. Sci, 40: 22, 602

The occurrence of cellulase in ripening fruits. A.R. Glasshouse Crops Res. Inst, 134-6. bibl. 10

The occurrence of cereal anthrac-nose in Alberta. Can. Pl. Dis. Surv, 48: 2, 39-42

The occurrence of certain mosquito species under severe drought conditions in the southern Wimmera of Victoria. J. Aust. ent. Soc, Brisbane, 9: 1, 71-73

The occurrence of cestodes in the individual orders of birds and the influence of food on the composition of the fauna of bird cestodes. Folia Parasitol 13(2): 158-169

The occurrence of cherry fruit fly and forecasting by means of soil temperatures in the year 1963. Schweiz. Z. Obst- u, Weinb, 73: 53-8. bibl. 3

The occurrence of chromosomal aberrations in pre-spermatocytic cells of irradiated male mice. III. Sterility and semisterility in the offspring of male mice irradiated in the pre-meiotic and post-meiotic stages of spermato-genesis. Can. J. Genet. Cytol, 9: 163-254

The occurrence of citrate-fermenting bacteria in Cheddar cheese. J. Milk Fd Technol, 30: 1, 18-20

The occurrence of citrus virus diseases in relation to centres of propagation. Rev. Agric, Piracicaba, 44: 41-6. bibl. 8

The occurrence of cleistothecia of Apple mildew in Norway. Blyttia, 2, 68-72

The occurrence of clostridia on bacon slaughter lines. J. appl. Bact, 28: 119-124

The occurrence of coffee berry borer, Hypothenemus (Stephanoderes) hampei (Ferr), in Ethiopia. Cafe, Lima, 8: 4, 1-3. bibl. 8

The occurrence of congeneric trematode species in Lymnaea emarginata from Lake Ainslie, Cape Breton. Canadian Journal of Zoology 45(6): Suppl:1247-54

The occurrence of congenital infections associated with perinatal lamb mortality. Australian Veterinary Journal 43(10): 413-420

The occurrence of coproporphyrin in cultures of Poteriochromonas stipitata after incubation with 3-amino-1,2,4-triazole. Experientia, 26: 7, 728. Bibl. 5

The occurrence of corynebacteria in freshly drawn bovine milk. Indian J.Dairy Sci, 21: 3, 183-86

The occurrence of croto-Yinas. some Southern Californian soils, Trans. 9th int. Congr. Soil Sci, 2: 19-27

The occurrence of crown rot caused by Phytophthora cactorum in the Apple rootstock MM104. Neth. J. Pl. Path, 75: 6, 369-370

The occurrence of crystalline lactose in skim milk powder from a commercial factory. Aust J Dairy Technol 22(2): 66-68

The occurrence of cucumber mosaic virus and four nematode transmitted viruses in British narcissus crops. Plant Pathol 15(4): 157-160

The occurrence of currant leaf gall midge, Dasyneura tetensi, in Austria.). PflSch. Ber., Wien. 32: 19-20. bibl. 3

The occurrence of cutaneous papillomata (warts) in a dairy farm in Ceylon. Ceylon vet. J, Dep. Vet. Sci., Univ. Peradeniya, Ceylon, 18: 10-14

The occurrence of damping-off fungi in compost. All. Forst-u.Jagdztg, 139: 10, 227-9

The occurrence of damping-off fungi in nurseries in Baden-Wurttemberg. Allg. Forst- u. Jagdztg, 136: 11, 263-7

The occurrence of days suitable for haymaking. Landbouwmechanisatie, 19: 5, 429-31

The Occurrence Of Deep-Seated Fungal Infections In General Hospital Practice In Britain Today. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine 57: 405-411

The occurrence of dermatomycosis on the seat of lupus vulgaris verrucosus plantae pedis. Cslka Derm, 46: 4, 170-172

The occurrence of dermatophytes and other keratinophilic fungi in schools. Cslka Hyg, 13: 10, 613-615

The occurrence of dermatophytes in soil in Egypt. Zbl. Vet Med, 11: 200-206

The occurrence of dermatophytes in wild animals from Rumania. Sabouraudia 4(4): 215-218

The occurrence of dermomyositis of ascarids in Canada. Canadian Journal of Zoology 44(6): 1090-1091

The occurrence of diamine oxidases in the genus N. Zentbl. Bakt. ParasitKde. 209: 1, 112-119

The occurrence of diastereomers of phytanic and pristanic acids and their determination by gas-liquid chromatography. Lipids 2(5): 357-362

The occurrence of different types of lymphocytes in cattle with special reference to leucosis. Arch. exp. Vet Med, 21: 1087-1097

The occurrence of diglycerides in Swedish milk fat. Rep. Milk Dairy Res. Alnarp. 74: 10

The occurrence of disturbances in the mechanism of mitosis in Tradescantia paludosa microspores, induced by varying periods of flight in the satellite space-ship Vostok-5. Dokl. Akad. Nauk SSSR (Proc. Acad. Sci. USSR). 159: 439-41

The occurrence of diurnal fluctuations of chlorophyll and carotenoids in the leaves of some plants. Fiziol. Rast, 11: 385-90. bibl. 18

The occurrence of droughts and their influence on vegetation in the drier areas of southern Moravia. Aceta Universitatis Agriculturas Brno, Facultas Agronomica, A, 18: 4, 565-573

The occurrence of dwarf larvae in the potato-root eelworm, Heterodera rostochiensis Wollenweber. Proc. Univ. Newcastle-upon-Tyne phil. Soc, 1: 17, 194

The occurrence of dwarfism among Afrikaner cattle. S. Afr. J. agric. Sci, 7: 573-575

The occurrence of early secondary infections by Apple mildew (P. leucotricha) in relation to climatic conditions. Ved. Pr. vysk. Usi. ras. Vyroby Piestany. 8: 293-301

The occurrence of earthworms in forest stands of the eastern Erzgebirge and their forestry importance. Wiss. Z. Tech. Univ. Dresden. 14: 3, 741-6

The occurrence of earthworms, pterygote insects and centipedes in surface-water gleys under permanent grassland and arable land of the experimental farm Rengen (Eifel). Z. Acker-u. PflBau. 119: 29-69

The occurrence of ecdysteron in Yew. Naturwissenschaften. 54: 17, 471

The occurrence of eelworms on strawberries and possible control measures. Schweiz. Z. Obst- u. Weinb, 105: 121-8. bibl. 9

The occurrence of ephemeral fever of cattle in Victoria in 1968. Australian Veterinary Journal 45(6): 271-274

The occurrence of ethylene in anaerobic soil. Journal of Soil Science. 22: 4, 430-443

The occurrence of facultative pathogenic yeasts in soil samples from a city and the significance of the soil as a source of infection for human yeast mycoses. Arch. klin. exp. Derm, 223: 4, 400-421

The occurrence of fatty acids in fulvic acid, a soil humic fraction. Israel Journal of Chemistry 8(3): 505-512

The occurrence of feline infectious anaemia in Denmark. Nord. VetMed, 21: 129-141 + 1 plate

The occurrence of feline infectious peritonitis in England. Veterinary Record 86(21): 632-632

The occurrence of fluorescent derivatives of aflatoxin. Archiv für Hygiene und Bakteriologie 153(1): 37-40

The occurrence of foetal dwarfism in the Angora goat. S. Afr. J. Anim. Sci, 1: 69-71

The occurrence of forms of Norway Spruce based on branching habit. Silvae Genet, 20: 5/6, 204-8

The occurrence of fossilized and calcimorphic alluvial soils on the alluvial deposits of a tributary of the Indre river in the Berry region of Champagne. Bulletin de l' Association Francaise pour l'Etude du Sol. 1, 3-14

The occurrence of free aminoacids in some wild species of Nicotiana and also in varieties of N. tabacum and N. rustica L. Roczn. Nauk rol, 92: 239-49

The occurrence of free glutamic acid in foods. Ztschr. Ernahrungswiss, 10: 83-88

The occurrence of free-living nematodes in Danish nurseries and bulb and vegetable areas, together with research on the effect of some chemical soil disinfestants on the nematode population of the soil. Tidsskr. Planteavl, 72: 245-70. bibl. 16

The occurrence of fruit clusters and their effect on fruit weight and its variability in Golden Delicious. Erwerbsobstbau, 12: 48, 41-6. bibl. 17

The occurrence of fungi and bacteria in normal and discolored heartwood on second-growth sugar maple in Ontario. Plant Dis Rep 49(9): 771-774

The occurrence of gall-midges on lucerne in northwestern Bohemia in 1966. Agrochemia, Bratislava, 7: pt. 2, 39-40

The occurrence of gepphilic dermatpphytes in the region of Wurzburg. Zentbl. Bakt. ParasitKde, 207: 4, 528-540

The occurrence of gibberellin-like substances in tulip bulbs (Tulipa sp.). Plant and Cell Physiol, 8: 201-5. bibl. 7

The occurrence of gibbsite in surface formations over mica-schists in Haute-Vienne (France). C.r. hebd. Seanc. Acad. Sci., Paris, 270D: 287-289

The occurrence of glaudine in opium and Papaver rhoeas. Pharmazie. 20: 240. bibl. 11

The occurrence of glycosuria in general practice among Asians in Kampala, Uganda. Practitioner 198(184): 283-285

The occurrence of haemolytic Escherichia coli in Finnish pigs. Nord Veterinar Med 17(1): 22-30

The occurrence of haploid seedlings in P. abies. Naturwissenschaften. 51: 442 p

The occurrence of hereditary hip dysplasia in dogs in Hungary. Acta vet. hung, 16: 309-319

The occurrence of heterosis after cross pollination of clonal families of winter rye. Nauchn. tr. Sev.-Zap. Nil s.-kh, 19, 73-76

The occurrence of heterosis in crosses of globe sugar beet (for fodder) with sugar varieties. Sborn Trud Aspirant molod nauc Sotrud vses nauc -issled Inst Rasten (Rec Wk Postgrad ]un Sci All-Un sci -res Inst PI Industr, 7: 221-26

The occurrence of heterosis in sorghum hybrids from direct and reciprocal crosses. Selektsiya i Semenovodstvo. Resp. mezhved. temat. nauchn. sb, 7, 83-87

The occurrence of heterosis in the maize hybrid VIR42 in relation to the application of microfertilizers. Tr. Luganskogo s.-kh. in-ta, 14: 78-80

The occurrence of hexadeca-7,10,13-trienoic acid in the leaf lipids of angiosperms. Phytochemistry. 10: 8, 1837-43

The occurrence of high CO2 concentrations in soil air. Geoderma. 6: 1, 17-21

The occurrence of high molecular weight organic phosphorus compounds in soil. Soil Sci Soc Amer Proc 30(6): 799-801

The occurrence of hop resins in hop oil. J. Inst. Brew, 72: 250-1. bibl. 6

The occurrence of human influenza virus antibodies in the sera of certain wild species of animal. Arch. ges. Virusforsch, 32: 286-290

The occurrence of hydrangea ringspot virus in the German Federal Republic. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst, Braunschweig., 22: 34-7. bibl. 16

The occurrence of hydroxycinnamic acids in vegetables. 2. The concentration of hydroxycinnamic acids in vegetables. Ztschr. Lebensmittel-Untersuch.-Forsch, 145: 20-26

The occurrence of important causes of damage to cultivated plants in Austria during 1970. Pflanzenschutzberichte, 42: 1/6, 91-104

The occurrence of important causes of injury to cultivated plants in Austria in 1965. Pflanzenschutzberichte. 34: 5-6, 79-92

The occurrence of important causes of injury to cultivated plants in Austria in 1966. Pflanzenschutzberichte. 35: 1-3, 17-34

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The occurrence of important causes of injury to cultivated plants in Austria in 1969. Pflanzenschutzberichte. 41: 3-4, 49-62

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The occurrence of important causes of injury to cultivated plants in Austria in the year 1963. PflSchBer, 31: 1-3, 19-34

The occurrence of important causes of injury to cultivated plants in Austria in the year 1964. Pftanzenschutzberichte, 32: 3-5, 67-78

The occurrence of inbreeding in a seed stand of Scots pine. Hereditas 69(2): 290

The occurrence of inclusion bodies in leaf epidermis cells of Sandal affected with spike disease. Neth. J. Pl. Path, Agrie. Univ., Wageningen., 74: 4, 101-105

The occurrence of increased variability in maize due to unusual conditions and its after-effects in the offspring. Genetika a Slechteni, 4: 197-206

The occurrence of indole-alkylamine alkaloids in Phalaris tuberosa L. and P. arundinacea. L. Aust. J. Chem, 17: 11, 1301-4. bibl. 12

The occurrence of insect pests and their control within the framework of our spray programme. Mitt. Obstb Versuchsringes, Jork. 20: 128-32

The occurrence of insect predators in the apple orchard. Pr. Inst. Sadow. Skierniew, 10: 331-357

The occurrence of insects in Eucalypt plantations of the Companhia Siderurgica Belgo-Mineira and experments on their control by various means. Brasil florestal. 1: 2, 21-4

The occurrence of insects in Eucalyptus plantations of the Companhia Siderurgica Belgo-Mineira and experiments on their control by various means. Brasil Florestal. 1: 2, 21-24

The occurrence of interlocked grain in Liquidambar formosana. Arch. Forstw, 14: 8, 801-6

The occurrence of internal brown spot in potatoes in Israel; varietal susceptibility and the use of affected tubers for seed. Proceedings of the third triennial conference of the European Association for Potato Research, Zurich, 1966. 218

The occurrence of irregular bearing in apple ontogeny. Sel'skokhozyalstvennaya Biohgiya, 6: 6, 844-848

The occurrence of keratinolytic fungi and keratinophilic fungi related to them in the soil of Lodz and the province of Lodz. Przegl. derm, 57: 2, 211-215

The Occurrence Of Keratinophilic Fungi In Queensland. Mycopathologia et Mycologia Applicata 22: 343-349

The occurrence of keratinophilic fungi in Texas soil. Mycopathologia et Mycologia Applicata 33(2): 105-112

The occurrence of larval Digenea in ten species of intertidal prosobranch molluscs in Cardigan Bay. J. nat. Hist, 2: 3, 329-343

The occurrence of late-flushing spruce provenances in some south Swedish varietal trials. Svenska SkogsvForen. Tidskr, 64: 735-50

The occurrence of leaf eelworm on weeds and other wild plants. Mitt. biol. BundAnst. Ld- u. Forstw, 121, 71-5. Bibl. 3

The occurrence of leaf hoppers on hop, Humulus lupulus. Biol. ZBl, 88: 179-89. bibl. 23

The occurrence of leaf roll virus on three Potato varieties cultivated at different altitudes above sea level. Acta biol, cracov., 7: 1, 71-80

The occurrence of leafhoppers (Homoptera, Auchenorrhyn-cha) on rye grown near shelterbelts. Ekologia Polska. 18: 13, 291-306

The occurrence of lignan glucosides in the genus Forsythi. 1st Report: Isolation of phillyrin and arctiin. Pharmazie, 23: 402-3. bibl. 8

The occurrence of linolenic acid and stearolic acid in Santalum acuminatum seed oil. Chem. & Ind, 11, 461-2

The Occurrence Of Liver Portal Cirrhosis And Atrophy Of The Islet Cells Of The Pancreas In The Course Of Experimental Candida Albicans Infection. Mycopathologia et Mycologia Applicata 22: 271-284

The occurrence of magnesium deficiency in black pepper, Piper nigrum, under field conditions. Pesq. agropec, brasil, 3: 147-9. bibl. 7

The occurrence of malignant edema in swine at the Bongabon stock farm. Phillipp. J. Anim. Ind, 23 (1962): 21-24

The occurrence of manifestations of secondary bronchopulmonary mycosis in patients with treated tuberculosis. Z. Tuberk, 128: 1-6, 254-256

The occurrence of metabolites in egg yolk of hens fed with ss-apo-8'-carotenal. Ztschr. Lebensmittel-Untersuch. -Forsch, 140: 140-144

The occurrence of micro-organisms antagonistic to Fusarium oxysporum var. orthoceras '12' in different soil types. Sumarstvo. 24: 5/6, 29-36

The occurrence of micro-organisms parasitizing on the over-ground parts of plants in the rbizosphere. "Plant Microbes Relationships". Proc. Symp. Prague, 1965. 300-307

The occurrence of microbial forms of unusual morphology in European and Asian soils. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 12(6): 1291-1292

The occurrence of microelements in the soils of Czechoslovakia. Pol'nohospodarstvo, 10: 833-836, 854

The occurrence of microorganisms releasing phosphorus from organic and inorganic compounds in the wheat rhizosphere. "Plant Microbes Relationships" Proc. Symp. Prague, 1963: 143-146

The occurrence of mild yellowing virus on Beet in the Rhineland. Z. PflKrankh. PflPath. PflSchutz, 72: 6, 321-324

The occurrence of milk xanthine oxidase in dimer and tetramer associates. Naturwissenschaften. 52: 17, 497

The occurrence of mixtures of pathotypes in Heterodera rostochiensis Woll. Meded Rijksfac Landbouwwentenschappen Gent 31(3): 601-608

The occurrence of monecy and bisexuality in aspen. Sborn. Trud. les. Hoz. baskir.' les. opyt. Sta (Rec. Wk. For. Baskir For. exp. Sta.), 8, 13-17

The occurrence of mono-and diglycerides in fats from ripening plant seeds. Fette: Seifen: Anstrichmittel. 68: 591-594

The occurrence of monoecious and hermaphrodite flowers in some hybrid Poplars. Topola, Beograd. 8: 44, 17-22

The occurrence of murine capillariasis at Mukteswar, Kumaon Hills. Journal of Communicable Diseases, 3: 3/4, 103-105

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