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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 15161

Chapter 15161 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Biotransformation of 2 alpha, 5 alpha, 10 beta, 14 beta-tetraacetoxy-4(20),11-taxadiene by the fungi Cunninghamella elegans and Cunninghamella echinulata. Journal of natural products 59(11): 1006-1009

Biotransformation of 2-benzoxazolinone to 2-amino-(3H)-phenoxazin-3-one and 2-acetylamino-(3H)-phenoxazin-3-one in soil. Journal of Chemical Ecology 31(5): 1205-1222

Biotransformation of 20(S)-protopanaxatriol by Mucor spinosus and the cytotoxic structure activity relationships of the transformed products. Phytochemistry 68(20): 2523-2530

Biotransformation of 3-(3,5-dichlorophenyl)-5,5-dimethyl oxazolidine 2,4-dione. I. Metabolism in the rats. Agricultural and biological chemistry: 37 (9) 2127-2136

Biotransformation of 5 alpha-hydroxy-14-eudesm-11-en-3-one by Rhizopus nigricans, Cunninghamella elegans and Mucor plumbeus. Journal of Molecular Catalysis B Enzymatic 48(1-2): 23-27

Biotransformation of 7-ethoxycoumarin in isolated perfused rainbow trout liver Metabolism of lipophilic xenobiotics. Drug metabolism and disposition: the biological fate of chemicals 11(5): 494-498

Biotransformation of D-methionine into L-methionine in the cascade of four enzymes. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 98(5): 956-967

Biotransformation of isoflavone glycosides by Bifidobacterium animalis in soymilk supplemented with skim milk powder. Journal of Food Science 72(8): M316-M324

Biotransformation of abscisic acid conjugates in Hordeum distichon. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenphysiologie = International journal of plant physiology00(4): 9-14

Biotransformation of aliphatic hydrocarbons and fatty acids. Biocatalysis and biotechnology for functional foods and industrial products edited by Ching T Hou Jei Fu Shaw: 265

Biotransformation of allylbenzene analogues in vivo and in vitro through the epoxide-diol pathway. Xenobiotica; the Fate of Foreign Compounds in Biological Systems 10(10): 737-744

Biotransformation of anthracene and fluoranthene by Absidia fusca Linnemann. Electronic Journal of Biotechnology 9(2): 107-116

Biotransformation of apatite from Araxa in soil supplemented with different carbon sources. Solo 69(1): 30-34

Biotransformation of benzaldehyde to benzyl alcohol by whole cells and cell extracts of baker's yeast in two-phase systems. Tramper, J [Editor], Vermuee, M H [Editor], Beeftink, H H [Editor], von Srockar, U [Editor] Progress in Biotechnology; Biocatalysis in non-conventional media : 667-673

Biotransformation of benzene by denitrification in aquifer sand. Ground water 26(1): 8-14

Biotransformation of beta-methyldigitoxin to beta-methyldigoxin by cell cultures of Digitalis lanata. Seminar series Society for Experimental Biology8(18): 67-74

Biotransformation of beta-nortestosterone by cultured porcine hepatocytes. Journal of Chromatography 489(1): 105-109

Biotransformation of bile acids by Bacteroides sp strain T-40 isolated from human microflora. Yonago Acta Medica 50(2): 33-40

Biotransformation of butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT) to BHT-quinone methide in rats. Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin 29(12): 3738-3741

Biotransformation of cannabinoid precursors and related alcohols by suspension cultures of callus induced from Cannabis sativa L. Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin 25(8): 1941-1946

Biotransformation of cardenolides by immobilized Digitalis cells Digitalis lanata. Plant tissue culture 1982: proceedings 5th International Congress of Plant Tissue and Cell Culture held at Tokyo and Lake Yamanake Japan July 11-16-1982 edited by Akio Fujiwara: 402

Biotransformation of cardiac glycosides by Digitalis cell cultures in airlift reactors. Primary and secondary metabolism of plant cell cultures edited by KH Neumann W Barz and E Reinhard: 322

Biotransformation of cardiac glycosides by plant cell cultures. Plant Tissue Culture and Its Bio Technological Application Proc Int Congr Med Plant Res: ub 1977), 1st (section B) 125-141

Biotransformation of cereal products.

Biotransformation of cholesterol to diosgenin by cultured callus of Dioscorea. Indian biologist 15(1-2): 22-23

Biotransformation of citronellol in rose-oxide using cassava wastewater as a medium. Ciencia e Tecnologia de Alimentos 26(3): 690-696

Biotransformation of digitoxin by suspension callus culture of Digitalis purpurea. Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin 18(5): 1080-1082

Biotransformation of dimethoate by cell culture systems. Pesticide biochemistry and physiology: 2 (3) 278-285

Biotransformation of diosgenin to nuatigenin-type steroid by a newly isolated strain, Streptomyces virginiae IBL-14. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 77(4): 771-777

Biotransformation of drugs.

Biotransformation of ent-atisenes and ent-beyerenes by Rhizopus nigricans and Fusarium moniliforme cultures. Journal of natural products 60(2): 86-92

Biotransformation of flumequine by the fungus Cunninghamella elegans. Chemosphere 67(2): 240-243

Biotransformation of foreign substrates with callus tissues. Transformation of terpineols with tobacco suspension cells. Chemistry letters: (3) 229-230

Biotransformation of gasoline-contaminated groundwater under mixed electron-acceptor conditions.

Biotransformation of gentiopicroside by asexual mycelia of Cordyceps sinensis. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters 17(11): 3195-3197

Biotransformation of geraniol into cineole in Rosmarinus officinalis. Gazzetta chimica italiana 110(9-10): 553-555

Biotransformation of glycerol to dihydroxyacetone by recombinant Gluconobacter oxydans DSM 2343. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 76(3): 553-559

Biotransformation of imperatorin by Aspergillus flavus. Journal of Natural Products 67(6): 1014-1017

Biotransformation of isoeugenol to vanillin by a newly isolated Bacillus pumilus strain: identification of major metabolites. Journal of Biotechnology 130(4): 463-470

Biotransformation of jatrophone by Aspergillus niger ATCC 16404. Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung B, Chemical Sciences 62(2): 275-279

Biotransformation of limonene: a review of the main metabolic pathways. Quimica Nova 30(2): 382-387

Biotransformation of lindane in mammals and its significance for safety assessment of the pesticide. Isotope and radiation research on animal diseases and their vectors: proceedings jt organized by International Atomic Energy Agency and FAO held in Vienna 7-11 May 1979: 246

Biotransformation of lindane in the rat. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 32(2): 148-156

Biotransformation of metoprolol by the fungus Cunninghamella blakesleeana. Acta Pharmacologica Sinica 28(7): 1067-1074

Biotransformation of micropollutants.

Biotransformation of monolinuron (N-(4-chlorphenyl)-N-methyl-methoxyurea) in the isolated perfused chicken liver. Food and chemical toxicology 22(7): 521-528

Biotransformation of monoterpenes by tobacco tissue cultures. selective hydroxylation of trans methyl group in isopropyridene group. Chemistry letters: 1 1245-1248

Biotransformation of monoterpenoids by cultured cells of Rosa centifolia. Developments in food science8(18): 731-741

Biotransformation of nobiletin by Aspergillus niger and the antimutagenic activity of a metabolite, 4'-hydroxy-5,6,7,8,3'-pentamethoxyflavone. Journal of Natural Products 67(11): 1876-1878

Biotransformation of oleic acid to ricinoleic acid. Proceedings: World Conference on Biotechnology for the Fats and Oils Industry edited by Thomas H Applewhite: 179

Biotransformation of organic foreign substances.

Biotransformation of organophosphorus insecticides in mammals: Relationship to acute toxicity. ACS Symposium series American Chemical Society: 59) 32-42

Biotransformation of piceid in Polygonum cuspidatum to resveratrol by Aspergillus oryzae. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 75(4): 763-768

Biotransformation of polychlori. Nippon Nogeikagaku Kaishi = Journal of the Agricultural Chemical Society of Japan7(12): 1219-1226

Biotransformation of polymethoxylated flavonoids: access to their 4'-O-demethylated metabolites. Journal of Natural Products 70(6): 1035-1038

Biotransformation of potato stress metabolite, katahdinone, by potato, soybean and poppy cell cultures. Plant physiology 67(4): 153

Biotransformation of pregnenolone - 7alpha-3H, progesterone - 7alpha-3H and dehydroepiandrosterone - 7alpha-3H by porcine fetal and maternal adrenal homogenate preparations. Steroids 26(1): 73-91

Biotransformation of prenyl alcohols by cultured cells of Cucurbita maxima. Journal of Molecular Catalysis B Enzymatic 47(1-2): 33-36

Biotransformation of progesterone and pregneolone by plant suspension cultures. Phytochemistry 10 (5) 1013-1017

Biotransformation of progesterone by suspension cultures of Digitalis purpurea cultured cells. Phytochemistry 12 (7) 1621-1626

Biotransformation of resveratrol to piceid by Bacillus cereus. Journal of Natural Products 61(10): 1313-1314

Biotransformation of saturated monohydroxyl fatty acids to 2-tetrahydrofuranyl acetic derivatives: mechanism of formations and the biological activity of 5-n-hexyl-tetrahydrofuran-2-acetic acid. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 73(11): 1465-1469

Biotransformation of selected organic pollutants in ground water. Developments in industrial microbiology4(24): 225-233

Biotransformation of some pollutants by soil bacteria. Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Soil Biology and Conservation of the Biosphere edited by J Szegi: 670

Biotransformation of sugar into ethanol: general considerations. Interciencia 7(3): 153-162

Biotransformation of testosterone and other androgens by sus pension cultures of Nicotiana tabacum Bright Yellow. Phytochemistry 13 (10) 2135-2142

Biotransformation of the diterpenes epicandicandiol and candicandiol by Mucor plumbeus. Journal of Natural Products 66(3): 327-331

Biotransformation of the fish waste by fermentation. African Journal of Biotechnology 5(19): 1733-1737

Biotransformation of the fungicides hexachlorobenzene and pentachloronitrobenzene. Xenobiotica; the Fate of Foreign Compounds in Biological Systems 11(7): 435-446

Biotransformation of the fungistatic sesquiterpenoid patchoulol by botrytis cinerea. Journal of Natural Products 62(3): 437-440

Biotransformation of the polycyclic musks HHCB and AHTN and metabolite formation by fungi occurring in freshwater environments. Environmental Science & Technology 41(15): 5395-5402

Biotransformation of the potato stress metabolite, solavetivone, by cell suspension cultures of two solanaceous and three non-solanaceous species. Plant Cell Reports 3(5): 189-192

Biotransformation of vancomycin B to vancomycin hexapeptide by a soil microorganism. Journal of natural products 52(1): 203-206

Biotransformation of various carbon sources to kojic acid by cell-bound enzyme system of A-flavus Link 44-1. Biochemical Engineering Journal 35(2): 203-209

Biotransformation reviews.

Biotransformation, sex hormones, and toxicity of two volatile anesthetics in mice. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 1(5): 839-842

Biotransformation, transport and toxicity studies in rat renal proximal tubular cells.

Biotransformations in organic chemistry.

Biotransformations in preparative organic chemistry.

Biotransformations of cyclodienes and their photoisomers and hexachlorocyclopentadiene in mammals and fish Chlordane, heptachlor, dieldrin, endrin. Toxicology of halogenated hydrocarbons: health and ecological effects edited by MAQ Khan RH Stanton: 288

Biotransformations of lauric acid oils by fungi. Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology 55(4): 400-402

Biotransformations of manganese. Manual of environmental microbiology (Ed.3): 1223-1238

Biotransformations of nitro-aromatic compounds to amines and acetamides by tuberous roots of Arracacia xanthorrhiza and Beta vulgaris and associated microorganism (Candida guilliermondii). Enzyme and Microbial Technology 42(1): 65-69

Biotransformations of organic matter and nitrogen in soil. Kubat, J (Ed ) Developments in Agricultural And Managed-Forest Ecology, 25 Humus, Its Structure And Role in Agriculture And Environment; Proceedings Of The 10th Symposium on Humus Et Planta, Prague, Czechoslovakia, August 19-23, 1991 Ix+201p Elsevier Science Publishers B V : Amsterdam, Netherlands; (Dist in The Usa And Canada By Elsevier Science Publishing Co , Inc : New York, New York, Usa) Illus 185-194

Biotransformations of Quercetin and Apigenin by a Cell Suspension Culture of Cannabis sativa. Planta Medica 53(2): 225-226

Biotransformations of the cardiovascular drugs mexrenone and canrenone. Journal of Natural Products 66(3): 350-356

Biotransformations of xenobiotics in tissues of cattle and sheep. Canadian journal of animal science: 64278-280

Biotransformations. 1. Drugs, food additives and contaminants, carcinogens, and toxins. Foreign compound metabolism in mammals: 77-193

Biotransformations. I. Drugs, food additives and contaminants, carcinogens, and toxins. Foreign compound metabolism in mammals: 201-365

Biotransformations. II. Agricultural and industrial chemicals. Foreign compound metabolism in mammals: 365-448

Biotransport.

Biotreatment and adhesion of fungi in the surface of copper wires enameled with polyester imida (PEI). Arquivos do Instituto Biologico Sao Paulo 69(Suplemento, Resumos expandidos): 163-165

Biotreatment of gaseous-phase volatile organic compounds final report.

Biotreatment of industrial effluents.

Biotreatment of resin acids by a coupled anaerobic. Pulp and paper Canada 100(5): 23-26

Biotreatment of synthetic drill-cutting waste in soil. Remediation of chlorinated and recalcitrant compounds, 2006 Proceedings of the fifth international conference on remediation of chlorinated and recalcitrant compounds, Monterey, California, 22-25 May, 2006: H-02

Biotreatment, downstream processing and modelling.

Biotrofologaia humana, dietaetica y cocina racionales, sociologaia y moral biolaogicas, educaciaon fisico-biolaogica, humanismo.

Biotrol BTB Process 183, an effective biobacterial preparation on the histology of the fifth instar larvae of Anagasta kuhniella Zeller. Zeitschrift fur angewandte Entomologie: 65 (1) 49-58

Biotron research in the USSR.

Biotronics.

Biotrophic parasites in culture.

Biotropia.

Bioturbation activity by the grapsid crab Helice formosensis and its effects on mangrove sedimentary organic matter. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 73(1-2): 316-324

Bioturbation and bioirrigation extend the open exchange regions in permeable sediments. Limnology and Oceanography 52(5): 1898-1909

Bioturbation and exchange of chemicals in the mud water interface. Interactions Between Sediments and Fresh Water Proceedings of an International Symposium: ub 1977) 216-226

Bioturbation at the water-sediment interface of the Thau Lagoon: impact of shellfish farming. Aquatic Living Resources 20(2): 163-169

Bioturbation in the Venice Lagoon: Rates and relationship to organisms. Acta Oecologica 32(1): 14-25

Biotype competition in heterogeneous wheat stands. Sbornik UVTIZ: Genetika a slechteni Ceskoslovenska akademie zemedelska Ustav vedeckotechnickych informaci pro zemedelstvi 19(1): 71-79

Biotype composition and blocks of gliadin components in winter common wheat Bogarnaya 56. Cytology and genetics0(3): 39-43

Biotype differentiation in some species of Dichanthium Willemet, Ischaemum Linn., Chrysopogon Trin., Sehima Forsk., iseilema Hack., and Heteropogon Pers. found in parts of western India.

Biotype differentiation in the Typhula ishikariensis complex and their allopatry in Hokkaido Japan, fungal phytopathogen, identification, taxonomic significance of genetics and allopatry. Nihon Shokubutsu Byori Gakkaiho = Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 48(3): 275-280

Biotype differentiation in the genus Apluda Linn. I. Studies in the Apluda population of Doon Valley. Indian forester: 104 (5) 377-383

Biotype formation and sympatric speciation in aphids (Homoptera: Aphidinea). Entomologia generalis0(3-4): 161-181

Biotype specialization of race 7. Zakhyst roslyn: 7 54-57

Biotypes of Brucella abortus isolated from bovine foetuses.

Biotypes of Brucella abortus strains, their role in breeding Brucella resistant cattle stocks.

Biotypes of Brucella in Belgium. Revue de l'agriculture 34(6): 1535-1543

Biotypes of Schizophyllum sabulosum L. (Myriapoda-Diplopoda). Bulletin des recherches agronomiques de Gembloux: new ser) 4 (1) 3-15

Biotypes of aphids. Bulletin ent Soc NZ: 2: 40-51

Biotypes of brucella abortus isolated from aborted fetuses from cows revaccinated and not revaccinated with a reduced dose of strain 19.

Biotypes of brucella, isolated from cattle.

Biotypes of brucellae isolated from cattle.

Biotypes of physiologic races of Puccinia graminis Pers. f.sp. tritici Erikss et Henn. in Serbia Resistant wheat varieties, Yugoslavia.1. Savremena poljoprivreda0(3-4): 183-189

Biotypes of physiologic races of the pathogen of cotton wilt. Doklady 8 (11) 54-58

Biotypes of the brown planthopper Nilaparvata lugens (Stal) and strategies in deployment of host plant resistance. Insect science and its application(3): 271-289

Biotypes of the sweetpotato whitefly: a current perspective. Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Production Research Conferences(2): 665-670

Biotypes, hybrids and biological control: lessons from cochineal insects on Opuntia weeds. Proceedings of the XI International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds, Canberra, Australia, 27 April 2 May, 2003: 283-286

Biotypic diversity in greenbug (Hemiptera: Aphididae): characterizing new virulence and host associations. Journal of Economic Entomology 99(3): 959-965

Biotypic and serotypic profiles of 367 Yersinia enterocolitica cultures of human and environmental origin in the United States. Contributions to Microbiology and Immunology 5: 83-87

Biotypic variation among north American Russian wheat aphid (Homoptera: Aphididae) populations. Journal of Economic Entomology 99(5): 1862-1866

Biotypification of Staphylococcus aureus. Veterinarstvi 2(4): 179-180

Biotyping of Aspergillus fumigatus and related taxa by the yeast killer system. NATO ASI series: Series A: Life sciences85(185): 225-233

Biotyping of Escherichia coli isolated from cases of diarrhoea in fowls. Indian journal of poultry science: official journal of the Indian Poultry Science Association 22(3): 283-285

Biotyping of Haemophilus paragallinarum from avian coryza cases in Mexico. Proceedings of Western Poultry Disease Conference: 8) 110-111

Biotypological structure of Jarama River Spain, ecology, Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera, Trichoptera.1. Boletin la Estacion Central de Ecologia0(19): 33-51

Biotypological study of fish communities in the Duero River basin. Boletin la Estacion Central de Ecologia2(24): 57-66

Biotypology of the running water ecosystem. Determination approaching the biotypological structure. Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des seances Serie D Sciences naturelles: 284 (1) 77-79

Bioutilisation of whey for lactic acid production. Food chemistry05(1): 1-14

Bioutilization of cereal lignocellulose. Cereal polysaccharides in technology and nutrition edited by Vladimir F Rasper: 125

Biovaitett aujratermelaes a meziogazdasaagi termelioszeovetkezetekben.

Biovalidation of an SPE-HPLC-UV-fluorescence method for the determination of valsartan and its metabolite valeryl-4-hydroxy-valsartan in human plasma. Journal of Separation Science 30(14): 2231-2240

Biovars and sensitivity Agrocin 84 Agrobacterium tumefaciens isolated from roses in Shizuoka prefecture. Shikoku Nogyo Shikenjo hokoku = Bulletin of the Shikoku Agricultural Experiment Station: (30) 45-52

Bioved.

Biovision.

Biovolatilization of Arsenic by Different Fungal Strains. Water air and soil pollution 186(1-4): 337-342

Biovolume and biomass estimates of key diatoms in the Southern Ocean. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 48(3): 295-308

Biowaste and biological waste treatment.

Biowaste and yard waste composts.

Biowaste recycling in the Netherlands. BioCycle 32(6): 70-71

Bioweapons, biodiversity, and ecocide: potential effects of biological weapons on biological diversity. BioScience 52(7): 583-592

Bioysnthesis of strychnine. Journal of the Chemical Society: 217-218

Biparental incubation in the chestnut-vented tit-babbler Parisoma subcaeruleum: mates devote equal time, but males keep eggs warmer. Journal of Avian Biology 38(3): 278-283

Biparental inheritance of drought-induced accumulation of abscisic acid in wheat and pearlmillet. Annals of botany 49(2): 265-268

Biparental mating studies in sesame (Sesamum indicum L.). Geobios (Jodhpur) 32(2-3): 149-152

Bipartate calf feeding. Tierzuchter 24 (16) 472-473

Bipartisan Farm Bill introduced as hearings end. Cargill bulletin: 11

Bipartisan Trade Promotion Authority Act of 2001.

Bipartite nature of the effects of cycloheximide and chloramphenicol on the multiplication of tobacco mosaic virus. Journal of Phytopathology 65(3): 279-287

Bipartite stimulatory action of the Hop2-Mnd1 complex on the Rad51 recombinase. Genes & Development 21(14): 1747-1757

Bipartite structure of the ade3 locus of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Genetics 85(2): 209-223

Biphase action of cyclic adenosine-3,5, monophosphate on c onidiogenesis of Neurospora and carotenogenesis in general. Berichte ub 1974), 83 (4) 345-350

Biphasic change and disuse-mediated regression of canal network structure in cortical bone of growing rats. Bone 41(2): 239-246

Biphasic culture system for rapid Campylobacter cultivation Intestinal pathogen, food contaminant. Applied and environmental microbiology 45(1): 284-289

Biphasic effect of androgens on prostate cancer cells and its correlation with androgen receptor coactivator dopa decarboxylase. Journal of Andrology 28(6): 804-812

Biphasic effects of postnatal exposure to diethylhexylphthalate on the timing of puberty in male rats. Journal of Andrology 28(4): 513-520

Biphasic electric current stimulates proliferation and induces VEGF production in osteoblasts (vol 1763, pg 907, 2006). Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1773(3): 471

Biphasic energy conversion kinetics and absorbance difference spectra of photosystem II of chloroplasts. Evidence for two different photosystem II reaction centers. Photochemistry and photobiology 29(2): 373-382

Biphasic fracture risk in diabetes: a population-based study. Bone 40(6): 1595-1601

Biphasic immunomodulating effect of cephalosporin derivatives in man in vitro and in vivo. Inflammation Research 56 Suppl 1: S67-S68

Biphasic mechanism of the toxicity induced by 1-methyl-4-phenylpyridinium ion (MPP+) as revealed by dynamic changes in glucose metabolism in rat brain slices. Neurotoxicology 28(3): 672-678

Biphasic modulation of GABA release from stellate cells by glutamatergic receptor subtypes. Journal of Neurophysiology 98(1): 550-556

Biphasic modulation of cell proliferation by sulforaphane at physiologically relevant exposure times in a human colon cancer cell line. Molecular Nutrition & Food Research 51(8): 977-984

Biphasic pattern of histone gene expression during Drosophila oogenesis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 82(10): 3316-3319

Biphasic photolysis of riboflavin. II. Effect of gelatin on the photolysis. Chemical and pharmaceutical bulletin 31(11): 4167-4171

Biphasic pollen tube growth in Plumbago zeylanica. Biotechnology and ecology of pollen: proceedings International Conference on Biotechnology and Ecology of Pollen 9-11 July 1985 Univ of Massachusetts Amherst MA ed by DL Mulcahy GB Mulcahy and E Ottaviano: 390

Biphasic role for Wnt. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 5 104(23): 9685-9690

Biphasic role for Wnt/beta-catenin signaling in cardiac specification in zebrafish and embryonic stem cells. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104(23): 9685-9690

Biphenotypic acute leukaemia: a case series. British Journal of Haematology 138(2): 213-216

Biphenotypic bigenotypic lymphoma with simultaneous expression of PAX5/BSAP and B- and T-cell markers. European Journal of Haematology 79(2): 159-165

Biphenotypic extramedullary blast crisis as a presenting manifestation of Philadelphia chromosome-positive CML in a child. Pediatric Hematology and Oncology 24(3): 195-198

Bipheny residues, decay. And spoilage in oranges.

Biphenyl. International biodeterioration and biodegradation5(1-3): 187-211

Biphenyl (1,1-biphenyl).

Biphenyl absorption of citrus fruits.

Biphenyl control of citrus spoilage.

Biphenyl derivatives. Tijdschrift voor diergeneeskunde: 99 (17) 883-886

Biphenyl formation in the photolysis of 3-(4-chlorophenyl)-l,l-dimethylurea (monuron) in aqueous solution. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 29(6): 1153-1158

Biphenyl hydroxylation and its induction differ between montane vales and Swiss Webster mice Fungicide, toxicity. Pesticide biochemistry and physiology 19(1): 22-30

Biphenyl metabolism on land and sea. Food and Cosmetics Toxicology 16(4): 399-391

Biphenyl Type Lignans and Costunolide from Manglietia garrettii. Planta Medica 56(4): 417-418

Biphenylmethyl pyrethroids, a Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationship approach to pesticide design. ACS Symposium series American Chemical Society: 55) 296-320

Bipinnate Leguminosae of Nicaragua. Phytologia 48(1): 1-71

Bipiperidine compunds. xIV. synthesis of phosphorylated pyridylpiperidines. Journal of general chemistry of the USSR: nsl ), 42 (5, pt 1) 1029-1030

Bipiperidinyl carboxylic acid amides as potent, selective, and functionally active CCR4 antagonists. Chemical Biology & Drug Design 70(3): 268-272

Biplot Analysis of Forage Combining Ability in Maize Landraces. Crop science e 46(3): 1346-1353

Biplot analysis of genotype by environment interaction of cowpea grain yield in the forest and southern guinea savanna agro-ecologies of Nigeria. Journal of Food Agriculture and Environment 5(3-4): 464-467

Biplot analysis of multi-environment trials for identification of winter wheat mega-environments in Iran. World Journal of Agricultural Sciences 3(4): 475-480

Bipolar affective puerperal psychosis: genome-wide significant evidence for linkage to chromosome 16. American Journal of Psychiatry 164(7): 1099-1104

Bipolar cells in the "grouped retina" of the elephantnose fish (Gnathonemus petersii). Visual Neuroscience 24(3): 355-362

Bipolar disjunctive mosses in the southern hemisphere, with particular reference to New Zealand.

Bipolar disorder: how far are we from a rigorous definition and effective management?. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry 31(5): 975-996

Bipolar disorder as an emerging pathology in the scientific literature: A bibliometric approach (vol 92, pg 161, 2006). Journal of Affective Disorders 99(1-3): 287

Bipolar disorder: balancing mood states early in course of illness effects long-term prognosis. Physiology & Behavior 92(1-2): 199-202

Bipolar gene flow in deep-sea benthic foraminifera. Molecular Ecology 16(19): 4089-4096

Bipolar gynandromorph of Aedes fitchii. Mosquito news: 38 (3) 421-422

Bipolar incompatibility in the hymenomycete Polyporus palustris.

Bipolar spectrum and drug addiction. Journal of Affective Disorders 99(1-3): 285-285

Bipolar spectrum disorders in severely obese patients seeking surgical treatment. Journal of Affective Disorders 101(1-3): 131-138

Bipolar switching after carbamazepine withdrawal. Pharmacopsychiatry 40(2): 86-87

Bipolar-membrane electrodialysis: applications of electrodialysis in the food industry. Trends in food science and technology 9(3): 107-113

Bipolaris setariae on two new hosts in India. Indian phytopathology: 25 (4) 590-591

Bipotential cytotrophoblasts in the first trimester of pregnancy? : Comment on Baczyk et al., published in issue 27. Placenta 28(5-6): 593-594

Bipyridinium herbicides.

Birapur village plan.

Birbal Sahni.

Birc1e. Cellular microbiology 9(4): 910-923

Birch.

Birch (Betula) disorder: bronze birch borer. Publication Cooperative Extension Programs University of Wisconsin Extension: 84 (2692,rev)

Birch (Betula). Disorder: Birch leaf miner. Publication Cooperative Extension Programs University of Wisconsin Extension: 979 (A2117)

Birch Hill Park: a case study of interpretive planning Natural resources management, boreal forests, Fairbanks, Alaska. Bulletin Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station: 79 (51)

Birch and Norway spruce.

Birch and mountain in the Krusne hory Mts. Lesnicka prace9(2): 73-77

Birch and spruce--competitors or collaborators?. Bioenergy 84: the proceedings of an international conference on bioenergy held on 15-21 June 1984 at the Swedish Trade Fair Centre Goteborg Sweden edited by H Egneus and A Ellegard organized by Svenska Massan

Birch aphids. Publication University of Alaska Cooperative Extension Service Division of Statewide Services: 85 (A-0-063)

Birch as an industrial product. Skogsbruket 0 (11) 311-314

Birch case bearer.

Birch catkin bug --a nuisance insect. Pennsylvania pest control quarterly: ng 4

Birch cultivation competition 1971--72.

Birch farm field shelterbelts in the steppe zone. Visnyk sil's'kohospodars'koi nauki: 6 66-68

Birch foliage quality and population density of Eriocrania miners in a pollution-affected area. Series entomologica9(49): 57-58

Birch forest and the woodland grouse. Tidsskrift for skogbruk7(3): 121-127

Birch forest on reclaimed fen in the Biebrza experiment station. Zeszyty problemowe postepow nauk rolniczych: 55) 171-197

Birch forests.

Birch forests in Moldavia. Les i chelovek: 9

Birch in Finland.

Birch in the steppe zone.

Birch leaf miner.

Birch leaf roller.

Birch leafminer. EM (4321) 2

Birch leafminer. Biology and control. Extension bulletin E Michigan State University Cooperative Extension Service: 80 (1455)

Birch management cleaning and weeding.

Birch management in Finland. FRDA report: (255) 177-187

Birch mixture in wood sorrel-spruce forest. Mezsaimnieciba un mezrupnieciba: ) 20-23

Birch on farm land?. Skogen 61 (5) 189

Birch on post-agricultural land. Sylwan 27(12): 33-42

Birch pollen-related food hypersensitivity: influence of total and specific IgE immunoglobulin E levels--a multicenter study. Allergy 38(5): 353-357

Birch production and birch on agricultural land. Skogen 61 (5) 174-176

Birch resistance in the environmental pollution of the Ore Mountains. Lesnicka prace2(4): 159-162

Birch seeds, leadership, and a relationship with the land. Journal of forestry 93(9): 6-11

Birch species and number of stems in cleaned young stands.

Birch trees are the graces of our wild forests. Smithsonian 8 (9) 73-80

Birch trees in shelterbelt forestry. Lesnoe khoziaistvo: 10 65-66

Birch trees in the Alps.

Birch use in the former Soviet Republics. Agroborealis 36(1): 27-30

Birch woodlands and tree growth in southern Greenland. Holarctic ecology(4): 218-221

Birch, a wood from the pre-forest zone, used as raw material for semi-chemical pulp for corrugating medium. Papier 24 (2) 78-84

Birch, the neglected tree.

Birch an American wood.

Birches and tanks. Naturschutz Naturparke: Quarter 60 57-59

Birches dont grow in Serengeti.

Birches in landscape design. Green thumbmn Winter 45(2): 35-37

Birches in the landscape. Research summary: 71 77-79

Bird Migratory Status and Habitat. BioScience 57(8): 645-645

Bird activity and seed dispersal of a montane forest tree (Dunalia arborescens) in Jamaica. Biotropica, 13: 34-44

Bird ailments and accidents.

Bird and Denis Islands, Seychelles. Atoll research bulletin: 981 (252)

Bird and animal damage control in pecans. Pecan South: 2 (5) 214-216

Bird and mammal damage to field corn in Ohio, 1977-79. Ohio journal of science 82(3): 133-136

Bird and mammal damage to mature corn in Kentucky and Tennessee. Proceedings of the annual conference Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies: 2d) 228-233

Bird and mammal footprints from the Tertiary of Navarre (western Pyrenees). Ichnos 14(3-4): 175-184

Bird and mammal predation in aquaculture.

Bird and mammal problems in southeastern forests. Proceedings ) 229-234

Bird and mammal problems in southeastern pine forests. Proceedings th) 229-234

Bird and mammal sex-chromosome orthologs map to the same autosomal region in a salamander (ambystoma). Genetics 177(1): 607-613

Bird and plant phenological observations in Estonia from 1922 to 1928.

Bird and rust damage and seed molds in 30 sorghum, Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench., lines in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. Journal of agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 70(2): 99-112

Bird and small mammal communities of loblolly-shortleaf pine stands in east Texas. Forest Service general technical report SO United States Southern Forest Experiment Station: (68) 49-66

Bird and small mammal populations in a grazed and ungrazed riparian habitat in Idaho. Research paper INT US Department of Agriculture Forest Service Intermountain Research Station: 990 (425)

Bird assemblages in old-growth and rotation-aged Douglas-fir. Interior Douglas fir: the species and its management: symposium proceedings February 27 March 1-1990 Spokane Washington USA compiled and edited by David M Baugartner and James E Lotan: 9

Bird attracting plants.

Bird behaviour. Bulletin of Fisheries Research and Development Agency (Pusan): 29 No. 559

Bird bibliography. Environmental enrichment information resources for laboratory animals: 1965-1995: birds cats dogs farm animals ferrets rabbits and rodents

Bird bone remains from the probing excavations in Kamien Pomorski. Roczniki 15) 71-80

Bird care and training.

Bird carousel for environmental chambers. Poultry science: 48(4) 1252-1255

Bird checklist for the Santa Catalina Ranger District.

Bird checklist, Shasta-Trinity National Forests.

Bird chimeras may be models for certain neurological diseases. Science 232(4753): 930-932

Bird classification.

Bird coloration.

Bird communities and white spruce forest sccession on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. Proceedings Alaska Science Conference: 0th) 221

Bird communities in managed pondcypress swamps.

Bird communities in mixed spruce old-growth forests in the Clay Belt: problems and solutions facing forest management. Forestry chronicle e 79(3): 531-540

Bird communities in native and agricultural habitats in South- Central Florida.

Bird communities in small woods in agricultural landscape: effects of area and isolation. Methodology in landscape ecological research and planning: proceedings 1st seminar International Association of Landscape Ecology Roskilde Denmark Oct 15-19-1984 eds J Brandt P Agger: 146

Bird community dynamics in a ponderosa pine forest. Studies in Avian Biology, i-vi, 1-66 No. 3

Bird community patterns in Mediterranean farmlands: a comment. Agriculture ecosystems and environment 27(1-4): 177-181

Bird community structure and habitat use in a complex agroecosystem. Italia Forestale e Montana 61(5): 367-379

Bird community use of riparian habitats: the importance of temporal scale in interpreting discriminant analysis. General technical report RM Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station United States Forest Service: (87) 186-196

Bird conservation international.

Bird conservation on golf courses.

Bird consumption of bicolored fruit displays. American Naturalist 130.5: 788-792

Bird control chemicals--nature, modes of action, and toxicity. CRC handbook of pest management in agriculture(3): 129-139

Bird control for victory gardens.

Bird control in New Zealand using alpha-chloralose and DRC1339. Proceedings Vertebrate Pest Conference: (16th) 259-264

Bird control in food plants--its a flying shame!.

Bird control in highbush blueberries. Grower: vegetable and small fruit newsletter 90(8): 3

Bird control in small fruits.

Bird control in the 1999 growing season.

Bird control on containment pond sites. Proceedings Vertebrate Pest Conference: (14th) 307-310

Bird control with Mesurol in a small vineyard. Eastern grape grower and winery news 7(1): 38

Bird control--a follow-up.

Bird control: product research and development. Bird control in food plants it's a flying shame! FJ Baur WB Jackson editors: 4

Bird counts in stands of big sagebrush and greasewood. U S Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station Research Note RMRS RN y; 28: 1-16

Bird damage and resistance in g. Chugoku Nogyo Shikenjo hokoku A: Sakumotsubu = Bulletin of the Chugoku National Agricultural Experiment Station Series A: Crop Division: (26) 25-41

Bird damage appraisal methods in some agricultural crops. Proceedings Vertebrate Pest Conference: th 246-248

Bird damage chronology and feeding behavior in two sunflower fields, Sacramento, California, 1982. Proceedings Vertebrate Pest Conference: (11th) 223-228

Bird damage control methods. Proceedings Washington State Horticultural Association: 3rd) 229-230

Bird damage control: are chemical repellents the answer?. Cal Neva wildlife: 7-46

Bird damage in Australia. Canadian fruitgrower 36(9): 28-30

Bird damage in Japan and its control methods. Farming Japan6(2): 44-50

Bird damage in maize Psittacula krameri, Zea mays, India. Journal Bombay Natural History Society 79(1): 201-204

Bird damage in sorghum crop. Farm and factory: 7 (3) 41-42

Bird damage in the Connecticut fruit industry.

Bird damage management in the Idaho Wildlife Services program.

Bird damage management in the Tennessee Wildlife Services program.

Bird damage on berbere (sorghum crop after water subsidence) in Chad and North Cameroon.

Bird damage to agriculture and crop protection efforts in the Sudan. Plant protection bulletin2(1): 2-16

Bird damage to blueberries in the United States.

Bird damage to field corn in New York in 1971. New York fish and game journal: 20 (1) 68-73

Bird damage to fruit crops. Plants and gardens: 7 (3) 79-83

Bird damage to grapes in the United States with emphasis on California. Special Scient Rep U S Fish Wildl Serv, 197: 1-18

Bird damage to peach, Prunus persica Batsch. Indian journal of ecology 8(2): 308-310

Bird damage to peanuts and methods for alleviating the problem.

Bird damage to ripening field corn increases in the United States from 1971 to 1981.

Bird damage to sprouting corn in the United States.

Bird damage to sprouting rice in Louisiana: dynamics of the Millers Lake blackbird roost. Proceedings Vertebrate Pest Conference: 3th) 281-286

Bird damage to sugar beet. Annals of applied biology: 76 (3) 325-335

Bird damage to sugarbeet and approaches to its control. Proceedings of the British Insecticide and Fungicide Conference: th (v 1) 237-244

Bird damage to sunflower in North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota, 1979-1981.

Bird damage to sunflowers in the Sacramento Valley, California. Proceedings Vertebrate Pest Conference: (10th) 197-200

Bird damage to the wine grape industry.

Bird damage to vegetable and fruit crops. Gemuse 7 (4) 95-96

Bird damage to wine grapes in central California, 1973. Proceedings Vertebrate Pest Conference: th 248-252

Bird damages to food and sugar beet.

Bird demography.

Bird densities are associated with household densities. Global change biology 13(8): 1685-1695

Bird diseases.

Bird diseases; bacteriology, affected species, epizootiology, treatment.

Bird distributions relative to remotely sensed habitats in Great Britain: towards a framework for national modelling. Journal of Environmental Management 84(4): 586-605

Bird diversity and abundance in aspen forests in Northern B.C. FRDA report: (255) 83-88

Bird diversity and density in Southern African forests. Oecologia 59(2-3): 201-215

Bird diversity in Nyassang Forest Park, The Gambia (vol 28, pg 134, 2006). MALIMBUS 29(1): 45-46

Bird diversity in cacao farms and forest fragments of western Panama. Biodiversity and conservation 16(8): 2245-2256

Bird diversity on coffee farms in Central Colombia. 21st International Conference on Coffee Science, Montpellier, France, 11-15 September, 2006: 1132-1139

Bird diversity within and among Australian heathlands. Arianoutsou, M [Editor], Groves, R H [Editor] Tasks for Vegetation Science; Plant-animal interactions in Mediterranean-type ecosystems 47-61

Bird dog.

Bird dog training today and tomorrow.

Bird dogs.

Bird dogs; care training and hunting.

Bird dogs; hunting and care.

Bird droppings and public health. Pest Control Technology 35(6): 57, 59-61

Bird ecology and conservation.

Bird enemy or ally?.

Bird fauna of the steppe of northern Kazakhstan.

Bird feeders.

Bird feeding.

Bird feeding behavior as a measure of restoration success in a Caribbean forested wetland. Ornitologia Neotropical 18(2): 305-310

Bird feeding damage in viticulture.

Bird fleas (Siphonaptera) of New Mexico. Canadian entomologist: 104 (6) 881-883

Bird fleas (Siphonaptera: Ceratophyllidae) of the genera Dasypsyllus and Mioctenopsylla in Alaska. Wasmann journal of biologyng Fall 42(1-2): 72-77

Bird fleas attacking the brood of singing birds in nest boxes. Anzeiger fur Schadlingskunde Pflanzen und Umweltschutz vereinigt mit Schadlingsbekampfung 51(12): 189-190

Bird flight.

Bird flight performance.

Bird flocks in relation to vegetation diversification in a -South Swedish coniferous plantation during winter. Oikos Acta Oecol Scand: 6 (1) 65-73

Bird flowers in the eastern United States. Winter 38 (1) 1-12

Bird flu - why bother?. Microbial Ecology in Health and Disease 19(2): 65

Bird flu outbreak in United Kingdom reveals global vulnerabilities. BioScience 56(3): 182-183

Bird flu: an emerging worldwide concern. Food technology 59(1): 96

Bird gardens.

Bird gardens in the Northwest. Pacific horticultureer 44(4): 6-8

Bird habitat on Missouri prairies.

Bird habitat use and its measurement on the Catahoula District of Kisatchie National Forest. Forest Service general technical report SO United States Southern Forest Experiment Station: (68) 92-102

Bird habitats of Great Britain and Ireland.

Bird hormones and bird migrations.

Bird houses and how to build them.

Bird houses for songbirds. Circular ANR Alabama Cooperative Extension Service Auburn University: 90 (550)

Bird illustration in the twentieth century, with particular reference to publications on the British scene. British Birds 100(5): 266-279

Bird injuries from handling. Poultry adviser 14(5): 51-52

Bird lice (Mallophaga) of rooks in the southeastern part of Byelorussia. Vestsi Akademii navuk BSSR seryia biialagichnykh navuk = Izvestiia Akademii nauk BSSR seriia biologicheskikh nauk: ) 111-112

Bird lice (Phthiraptera, Mallophaga) from Tetrao parvirostris Morphology, new taxa, USSR.1. Deutsche entomologische Zeitschrift8(4-5): 231-237

Bird life of mountain and upland.

Bird life on the middle Danube River.

Bird limes and rat glues--sticky situations. Proceedings Vertebrate Pest Conference: (10th) 17-20

Bird louse flies (Diptera, Hippoboscidae) in natural nidi of the tick-borne encephalitis in the forest-steppe zone along the Volga. Parazitologiia 7 (6) 536-540

Bird management at swine facilities. Pork industry handbook

Bird management manual.

Bird management strategies for berry crops. Annual report Michigan State Horticultural Society: 21) 99-107

Bird migrants.

Bird migration.

Bird migration in Africa.

Bird migration in Asia.

Bird migrations and the international economics of species conservation. Australian journal of agricultural and resource economics 44(1): 31-54

Bird migrations in Azov and Caspian basin river deltas and their possible role in distributing arboviruses.

Bird mites & chicken ticks. Leaflet University of California Cooperative Extension Service: 981 (2523)

Bird mortality and monitoring the environment. Tijdschrift Voor Diergeneeskunde 105(18): 787-791

Bird movement predicts Buggy Creek virus infection in insect vectors. Vector Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 7(3): 304-314

Bird names.

Bird names and bird lore among the Pennsylvania Germans.

Bird nasal mites in New Zealand. Tuatara 19 (2) 99-100

Bird navigation.

Bird nest building.

Bird nests and construction behaviour.

Bird nests as habitats for material destroying insects. Biopovrezhdeniia materialov i zashchita ot nikh: 97-202

Bird nests as winterhabitats for insects and spiders. Anzeiger fur Schadlingskunde Pflanzenschutz Umweltschutz 57(2): 25-30

Bird observations in Mali. Malimbus 29(2): 123-125

Bird odors and other chemical substances: A defense mechanism or overlooked mode of intraspecific communication?. Auk 124(3): 741-761

Bird of paradise. Florist 26(3): 22

Bird of paradise, an easy pot plant. Flower and garden Western edition: 17 (3) 41

Bird orientation.

Bird pellets from a Somerset Levels Neolithic trackway. Naturalist 102 49-52

Bird pests.

Bird pests in England.

Bird pests of agriculture and their control.

Bird pests of crops and their control. Pesticides 7 (5) 18-20

Bird pests of national importance. Integrated pest and disease management: proceedings of the national seminar edited by S Jayaraj: 289

Bird physiological experiment.

Bird pollination of Western Australia Leguminosae. Legume research 6(1): 37-40

Bird population densities along two precipitation gradients in Senegal and Niger. Malimbus 29(2): 101-121

Bird population explosions in agro-ecosystems: common factors in case histories. Acta Zoologica Sinica 52(Suppl.1): 549

Bird population explosions in agroecosystems - the quelea, Quelea quelea, case history. Acta Zoologica Sinica 52(Suppl.1): 554-560

Bird population of farm buildings.

Bird population of some spruce forests and spruce woodlands in the Upper Harz. Mitteilungen new ser) 15 16 170-182

Bird population of the nature conservation area of Heiliges Meer..

Bird population responses to clearcutting in the Tongass National Forest of Southeast Alaska. Alaska region report U S Forest Service: 979 (71)

Bird population studies.

Bird populations in a shrub-grassland area, southeastern New Mexico. Bulletin 74, 619

Bird populations in east central Illinois.

Bird populations in logged and unlogged western larch. Research paper INT US Department of Agriculture Forest Service Intermountain Research Station: 91 (442)

Bird populations in native forest patches in south-eastern Australia: the roles of patch width, matrix type (age) and matrix use. Landscape ecology 22(7): 1045-1058

Bird populations of Aspen forests in western North America.

Bird populations of some biotops of South Moravia. Prirodovedne Prace Ustavu Ceskoslovenske Akademie Ved V Brne, 214: 1-39

Bird predation and its control at aquaculture facilities in the northeastern United States.

Bird predation and selection of different insects by great evening bats ( Ia io). Zoological Research 28(3): 243-248

Bird predation and spruce budworm populations Choristoneura fumiferana. Journal of forestry 81(7): 433-435

Bird predators of pod borers of field bean (Lablab niger Medick). Tropical pest management 34(4): 395-398

Bird problems and their solutions in Britain. Proceedings Vertebrate Pest Conference: (10th) 186-189

Bird problems in California pistachio production. Proceedings Vertebrate Pest Conference: (12th) 295-302

Bird problems in New Zealand--methods of control. Proceedings Vertebrate Pest Conference: (14th) 361-364

Bird problems in agriculture.

Bird protection in Europe.

Bird protection in grassland in the Netherlands. Environmental management in agriculture: European perspectives edited by JR Park: 169

Bird protection in horticulture. A Kerteszeti Egyetem Kozlemenyeiub 1979) 10(2): 87-93

Bird rape (Brassica campestris L. var. oleifera DC., family Brassicaceae). Apicoltore moderno 70(2): 47-48

Bird rape (Brassica rapa l.) that is resistant to atrazine. Phytoprotection 59 (2) 117-119

Bird repellent poisoning 4-aminopyridine, horses. Equine medicine and surgery 3rd ed edited by RA Mansmann ES McAllister PW Pratt book editor

Bird repellents--a follow-up.

Bird repellents--points of view. HortScience: a ication of the American Society for Horticultural Science 30(1): 10-11

Bird repellents: another view.

Bird research and breeding.

Bird respiration: flow patterns in the duck lung. Journal of Experimental Biology 54(1): 103-118

Bird response to clear cutting in Missouri Ozark Forests. Journal of Wildlife Management 71(6): 1899-1905

Bird response to monofilament lines at backyard feeders.

Bird response to timber harvest in a mixed conifer forest in Arizona Ecological impacts, forest resources management, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. USDA Forest Service research paper RM United States Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: 983 (245)

Bird ringing in a changing woodland habitat. Quarterly journal of forestry: 71 (2) 85-91

Bird schistosomes of wildfowl in the Czech Republic and Poland. Folia Parasitologica 54(2): 88-93

Bird seed aliens in Britain. Watsonia 15(3): 237-252

Bird song learning in an eavesdropping context. Animal Behaviour 73(Part 6): 929-935

Bird sounds.

Bird species and habitat inventory mainland southeast Alaska.

Bird species and traits associated with logged and unlogged forest in Borneo. Ecological Applications 17(4): 1184-1197

Bird species diversity and composition in managed and unmanaged tracts of northern hardwoods in New Hampshire.

Bird species diversity and foliage height diversity correlations in a Pocono spruce-larch bog. Proceedings 9 (2) 135-137

Bird structure:.

Bird study.

Bird to bird variation within processing lots for mineral elements, proximate constituents, and part weight in broilers. Poultry science 60(2): 327-331

Bird trapping and bird banding.

Bird trematodes of the Black Sea and Caspian Sea regions.

Bird trends.

Bird use of fencerows: implications of contemporary fencerow management practices. Wildlife Society bulletiner 11(4): 343-347

Bird use of riparian habitats in North-Central Arizona during fall migration--results and recommendations. General technical report RM 26) 212-218

Bird watch. Nature Canada (Ottawa): 191: 48-49

Bird wonders of Australia.

Bird world.

Bird world of the lower mountain area.

Birds eye maple. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Dendrologischen Gesellschaft: 6 153-163

Birds eye view of agricultural machinery research and development in India. Summer 3 (2) 62-66

Birds eye view of western Colorado. Proceedings of the annual meeting Arkansas State Horticultural Society: 05th) 52-55

Birds-eye of sugar maple. Forst und Holzwirt: 20 (20) 398-402

Birds-eye view of Florida agriculture.

Birds-nest fern. Foliage digest 8(5): 3-5

Birdsfoot trefoil seeds of diverse quality.

Bird, insect and disease control in commercial sweet corn production. Publication Cooperative Extension Programs University of Wisconsin Extension: 82 (A2353)

Bird, insect and disease control in commercial sweetcorn production. Publication Cooperative Extension Programs University of Wisconsin Extension: 81 (A2353)

Bird-breeders' disease. Presse Medicale 36(10 Pt 2): 1514-1515

Bird-by-bird gardening. American Gardener 85(5): 5

Bird-cherry and cherry crops in the Kuban region.

Bird-habitat relationships in riparian communities of southeastern Wyoming.

Bird-habitat relationships in subalpine riparian shrublands of the central Rocky Mountains. General technical report RM Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station US Department of Agriculture Forest Service: (149) 167-172

Bird-of-paradise.

Bird-of-paradise clonal-selections. II. Flower production. Florists' review, 170(4403): 16

Bird-parasite interactions.

Bird-resistant grain sorghum.

Bird-resistant grain sorghum as a corn substitute in diets for growing-finishing swine. Proceedings Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida4(44): 159-161

Bird-resistant grain sorghum for finishing cattle.

Bird-skin shedding as a means of gathering Mallophaga. Angewandte Parasitologie: 12 (1) 38-54

Bird-spiders (Arachnida, Mygalomorphae) as perceived by the inhabitants of the village of Pedra Branca, Bahia State, Brazil. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2: 50-50

Bird-strike mortality of wetland birds on a 550 KV high-voltage powerline in the Everglades of Florida.

Bird-susceptible sorghum hybrids. Louisiana agriculture: 18 (1) 12-13

Bird-witched.

Birdcatcher or the art of capturing, raising, teaching caged or freed birds.

Birders guide to Pennsylvania.

Birders guide to Texas.

Birdfeeders, shelters & baths.

Birdfinding in forty national forests and grasslands.

Birdhouse bees.

Birdhouses.

Birdhouses & feeders you can make.

Birding Georgia.

Birding Illinois.

Birding Northern California.

Birding Rocky Mountain National Park.

Birding Texas.

Birding Washington.

Birding across North America.

Birding and the small farm. Small farm today- 22(4): 49-50

Birding economics and birder demographics studies as conservation tools. General technical report RM 29) 32-38

Birding in Ohio.

Birding in Pratapgarh teak forests. Indian forester: 100 (7) 466-474

Birding on borrowed time.

Birding on the Pawnee by automobile or mountain bike.

Birding the Southwestern national parks. W. L. Moody Jr Natural History Series, 35 i-v, 1-200

Birds. Transactions of the Hertfordshire Natural History Society, 22: 173-220

Birds. Research and Survey in Nature Conservation, 79-82 No. 11

Birds & Blooms ultimate gardening guide.

Birds & bees.

Birds ingrained in feedlot economics. Western livestock journal Pacific Slope edition: 52 (5) 49-50

Birds 2000.

Birds Eye.

Birds abound on this farm. Rural enterpriseer 1(1): 38-39

Birds against agriculture. Fermes modernes: 63 46-49

Birds and agriculture.

Birds and agriculture: commentary and suggestion from the Swiss Bird Sanctuary. Grune 104 (11) 20-27

Birds and agroecological relationships in organic and non-organic farmland.

Birds and animals of Australia.

Birds and anthropogenic factors.

Birds and army ants. Annual review of ecology and systematics: 243-263

Birds and berries.

Birds and biological control of. Gorsko stopanstvo: 27 (7) 46-48

Birds and bird lore of Bougainville and the North Solomons.

Birds and climate change. The Condor 108(1): 4-5

Birds and dogs as potential sources of zoonotic infections by microsporidia. Revista Portuguesa de Ciencias Veterinarias 101(557/558): 69-75

Birds and eucalypt dieback Australia. Eucalypt dieback in forests and woodlands: proceedings of a conference held at the CSIRO Division of Forest Research Canberra 4-6 August 1980 edited by KM Old GA Kile CP Ohmart: 120

Birds and fish as bioindicators of tourist disturbance in springs in semi-arid regions in Mexico: a basis for management. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 30(1): 29-41

Birds and flowers.

Birds and forests. Tidsskrift Dansk skovforening 64(4): 276-293

Birds and health. Pest Control for a Healthy Environment Proceedings of the British Pest Control Conference: 4th (21)

Birds and insects. Zashchita rastenii: ) 49

Birds and mammals as passive transporters for algae found in lichens. Canadian field naturalist: 92 (1) 70-71

Birds and mammals eating the fruits of Yellow Oleander (Thevetia peruviana). Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 673: 572-573

Birds and mammals in the conditions of the terrain of the southern tip of the Urals.

Birds and mammals of Ladakh.

Birds and mammals of Svalbard.

Birds and mammals of the Sierra Nevada.

Birds and man.

Birds and men.

Birds and plant regeneration.

Birds and plants of Lanzarote, Canary Islands.

Birds and power lines.

Birds and predatory animals.

Birds and reptiles.

Birds and rodents as pests of crops and stored products. ICA informa Instituto Colombiano Agropecuario 14(3): 11-12

Birds and shrubs.

Birds and small mammals.

Birds and sunflower. Sunflower technology and production 394

Birds and the 1984 St. Louis encephalitis epidemic in southern California. Proceedings of Western Poultry Disease Conference: 4th) 69-70

Birds and the African environment.

Birds and the chemical treatment of insects in forest. Lesnicka prace8(2): 77-80

Birds and the conservation reserve program.

Birds and the dispersal of lichen propagules. Lichenologist 1(1): 105-106

Birds and the forest pests.

Birds and their young.

Birds and vines.

Birds are a serious menace to horticultural crops. Indian farming: 21 (10) 24-27

Birds are good neighbours.

Birds as agents of biological control. Biologist 58 (4) 123-140

Birds as crop pests. Zashchita rastenii: ) 44

Birds as hosts of Hyalomma plumbeum (ticks) in Turkmenia.

Birds as indicators of environmental pollution.

Birds as indicators of riparian vegetation condition in the western U.S.

Birds as marine organisms a review. Reports California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations 21(21): 48-53

Birds as monitors of environmental change.

Birds as pests. Applied biology: 89-181

Birds as pests of food stores. Tropical stored products information: 7) 19-24

Birds as plant pests in antiquity.

Birds as pollinators of Australian plants. New Zealand journal of botany 17(4): 509-519

Birds as potential pests and their control in agriculture. Plant protection bulletin5(3-4): 20-29

Birds as predators of insect pes.

Birds as reservoirs and spreaders of disease. Berliner und Munchener tierarztliche Wochenschrift 92(9): 169-173

Birds as tick hosts and as reservoirs and disseminators of tickborne infectious agents. Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne 18(4): 703-706

Birds as vectors of vegetative plant parts and plant pathogens: a review. Virginia journal of scienceer 29(4): 240-244

Birds at Chin-ling.

Birds at ant swarms in Tikal, Guatemala. Sociobiology 7(3): 467-468

Birds at risk.

Birds at your feeder.

Birds beneficial to agriculture Birds beneficial to agriculture.

Birds breeding in farmland stonewalls: The effects of overgrowth. Ornis Svecica 17(1): 59-62

Birds can weigh themselves. Poultry industry: 15

Birds cordially invited in Denver Botanic Gardens. Green thumber 40(2): 180-183

Birds depredating on rice fields in Puerto Rico. Journal of agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 66(2): 150-151

Birds exterminate ragweed.

Birds feeding on beetles of family Coccinellidae in the Maritime Territory. Trudy Biologo pochvennyi institut Dal'nevostochnyi nauchnyi tsentr(9): 97-98

Birds for dummies.

Birds from the Comoros.

Birds from the Far East in Central Europe: a test of the reverse migration hypothesis. Journal of Ornithology 148(3): 379-385

Birds from the Leno-Amginskiaei interfluve.

Birds from the lowlands of southern New Guinea (Merauke and Koembe). Zoologische Verhandelingen (Leiden): 1-188 No. 191

Birds in Florida.

Birds in Sanskrit literature.

Birds in Scotland.

Birds in Washington State.

Birds in anthropogenic landscape.

Birds in boreal Canada.

Birds in cultivated lands.

Birds in depressional forested wetlands: area and habitat requirements and model uncertainty. Wetlands: the journal of the Society of the Wetland Scientists 26(1): 107-118

Birds in forests.

Birds in human modified environments and bird damage control.

Birds in jeopardy.

Birds in nature.

Birds in nest boxes.

Birds in place.

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Birds in the V.Kolarov reservati. Ekologiia 0(10): 35-44

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Birds movies analyzing system - ImageProcessing of Eurystomus orientalis calonyxs life. Bulletin of the Okayama University of Science A Natural Science (42A): 69-73

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Birds near poultry farms and the waterfowl of the Kuban. Ispol'zovanie Biologicheskikh Zakonomernostei v Povyshenii Produktivnosti Sel'skokhoziaistvennykh Zhivotnykh: 6-88

Birds nesting in nesting boxes in pine stands with pine lappet moth (Dendrolimus pini L.) gradation in the Wyszyna forest district.

Birds nesting in poplar forests. Populier 17(4): 82-84

Birds nests as habitats of moths.

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Birds of Islamabad, status and seasonality.

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Birds of Passage: Migrant Labor and Industrial Societies. By Michael J. Piore. New York and London: Cambridge University Press, 1979. Agricultural history 55(1)

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Birds of Perlis and Kedah, including Langkawi.

Birds of Poland.

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Birds of Sierra Purepecha, Michoacan State, Mexico.

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Birds of South-Western Kopet Dagh (Seasonal dynamics of the fauna composition) Conservation problems.1. Priroda Zapadnogo Kopetdaga pod redaktsiei NI Nechaevoi: 202

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Birds of Sukhna Lake catchment area, Chandigarh. Indian Journal of Forestry, 91: 51-58

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Birds of Washington State: Status and distribution (vol 70, 892, 2006). Journal of Wildlife Management 70(5): 1492

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Birds of Windbreak plantations of steppe zones of USSR and the possibilities of the use of them for the control.

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Birds of a Great Basin sagebrush habitat in east-central Nevada. Research paper INT US Department of Agriculture Forest Service Intermountain Research Station: 92 (452)

Birds of a cattle feedlot in the southern California desert.

Birds of a feather. Poultry science: 50 (1) 3-8

Birds of a feather flock together.

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Birds of harvested and unharvested pine-oak forests, Chihuahua, Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist 52(2): 271-283

Birds of lahore cantonment. Pakistan Journal of Zoology 39(4): 203-214

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Birds of prey and owls of Austria.

Birds of prey and owls of Baraba and Northern Kulunda.

Birds of prey around Ludhiana (Punjab) India. Indian journal of ecology 9(1): 149-153

Birds of prey in the field.

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Birds of prey of Catalonia.

Birds of prey of Leaon, Spain.

Birds of prey of northeastern North America.

Birds of prey of the Indian subcontinent.

Birds of prey of the world.

Birds of prey of the world a colored guide to identification of all the diurnal species order Falconiformes =.

Birds of prey, DDT, and tussock moths in Pacific Northwest. Transactions N Am Wildl nat Resour Conf, 42: 397-411

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