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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 17432

Chapter 17432 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



The natural regeneration of Eperua falcata Aublet (Caesalpiniaceae), a common autochorus species, of Guiana forest. Biotropica 21(2): 115-125

The natural regeneration of Norway spruce at the raspberry stage of opened spruce stands. Lesnictvi 20 (11 12) 1045-1051

The natural regeneration of Scots pine. Scottish forestry 37(4): 259-263

The natural regeneration of fir (Abies alba Mill.) in the selected forest communities in the National Parks of the Tatra Mts., Babia Gora, and Pieniny Mts. I. Quantitative evaluation of the regeneration. Acta agraria et silvestria Series silvestris: 3 21-58

The natural regeneration of fir (Abies alba Mill.) in the selected forest communities in the National Parks of the Tatra Mts., Babia Gora, and Pieniny Mts. II. The influence of some environmental factors on the regeneration of fir. Acta agraria et silvestria Series silvestris: 3 59-87

The natural regional park of Briere. Science et nature: (110) 36-39

The natural regional park of the Gascony heaths. Leisure in the Landes forest. Bulletin de la Societe royale forestiere de Belgique: 84 (5) 270-288

The natural regionalization and types of farm lands of the non Chernozem zone of European Russia (exemplified by the Bryansk Region). Vestnik Seriia V Geografiia: 3 31-35

The natural regions of Sumatra and their agricultural production pattern.

The natural release of nucleic acids from bacteria into plant cells and the transcription of host cell DNA. Febs Letters 8(6): 349-352

The natural renewable resources. Problemas agrarios colombianos Absalon Machado C et al Absalon Machado C coordinador: 203

The natural renewable resources of Mexico.

The natural reserve of Siebengebirge (West Germany).

The natural resistance against fungal attack of chestnut wood (Castanea sativa Mill.) and its cause. Material und Organismen: ub 1976), 3 (suppl) 77-89

The natural resistance of Ganaia woods to Coptotermes formosanus Shiraki in a force-feeding situation.

The natural resistance of animals.

The natural resistance of some indigenous woods against Reticulitermes lucifugus. Gozdarski vestnik: 33 (3) 97-107

The natural resource content of United States foreign trade, 1870-1955.

The natural resource planning survival guide.

The natural resources aspects in economics and planning of the development of agriculture. Nowe rolnictwo 31, 27(24): 1-2

The natural resources decision-maker as political and economic man: toward a synthesis. Journal of environmental management: 3 (3) 167-183

The natural resources management problems in arid areas.

The natural resources of Arizona.

The natural resources of Australia. Natural Resources of Australia

The natural resources of Colorado.

The natural resources of Minnesota.

The natural resources of Montana.

The natural resources of Ohio.

The natural resources of Rajasthan.

The natural resources of Victoria: their extent, value, utilization, conservation.

The natural resources of Wisconsin.

The natural resources of agrarian law.

The natural resources of agricultural production of the Ukraine.

The natural resources of the Peruvian soil.

The natural resources position of the Philippines.

The natural revegetation of lead. Southwestern naturalist982 27(4): 425-436

The natural role of fire. Forestry report R8 FR US Department of Agriculture Forest Service Southern Region: 89 (15)

The natural role of fire in northern conifer forests. Naturalist er 21 (4) 15-23

The natural role of fire in the marble mountain wilderness. General technical report INT (320) 273-274

The natural rubber processing. My forest: 11 (3) 143-146

The natural science of man.

The natural sciences in Western Germany.

The natural sciences know nothing of evolution.

The natural sectors of the inner Rottnest Shelf coast adjoining the Swan Coastal Plain. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 67(3-4): 116-136

The natural selection of populations and communities.

The natural shade garden.

The natural soap book.

The natural sources of brucellosis infection of the liver.

The natural stands of Pinus merkusii Jungh. and de Vriese in the Philippines. Selection and Breeding to Improve Some Tropical Conifers: 98-106

The natural subcellular structure of the bovine sperm cell. Journal of structural biology 114(3): 197-208

The natural swarming.

The natural system of defense of the udder. Praktische Tierarzt: 58 (7) 489-490

The natural thing.

The natural tolerance of components in grapefruit juice. Flussiges Obst: 44 (10) 391-393

The natural tucker soy source.

The natural vegetation of Arizona.

The natural vegetation of Austria.

The natural vegetation of Iceland as indicator for the ecological spatial potential.

The natural vegetation of Saskatchewan prior to agricultural settlement. Canadian journal of botany = Journal canadien de botanique 58(19): 2031-2042

The natural vets guide to preventing and treating cancer in dogs.

The natural water conditions o. Chung kuo nung yeh k'o hsueh = Scientia agricultura sinica: ) 16-27

The natural water garden.

The natural way of farming.

The natural way to draw.

The natural wealth of nations.

The natural wealth of the flora of Saudi Arabia: an ecological foundation for a remote sensing survey. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment First Thematic Conference: "Remote sensing of arid and semi arid lands" 19-25 January 1982 Cairo Egypt: 663

The natural wrongs about animal rights and animal liberation. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 207(8): 1023-1030

The natural, the economic, the social and the sylviculture. Italia forestale e montana 35(4): 141-149

The naturalist in Britain.

The naturalist profession.

The naturalists Riviera.

The naturalists field journal.

The naturalists garden.

The naturalists handbook.

The naturalists lexicon.

The naturalistic archeological park in the Porto del Traiano.

The naturalists.

The naturalization and association of neophytes on anthropogenous sites on the example of Senecio inaequidens DC. Flora: Morphologie Geobotanik Oekophysiologie80(1-2): 133-138

The naturalization of Echium plantagineum L. in Australia. Australian weeds 1(4): 29-31

The naturalized flora of Hong Kong: a comparison with Singapore. Journal of biogeography 19(4): 421-430

The naturalized flora of Singapore. Journal of biogeography 15(4): 657-663

The naturalized meadow at Longwood Gardens. Arboretum and botanical garden bulletin: 10 (2) 42-47

The naturally occurring coumarins. Fortschritte der Chemie Organischer Naturstoffe 83: 1-619

The naturally occurring cyanogenic glycosides. Progress in phytochemistry: 83-120

The naturally--occurring plant growth substances in sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum L.). a review of studies from 1959 to 1971. Advanced Study Institute on Hormonal Regulation in Plant Growth and Development Izmir 1971 Proceedings: 73-486

The nature and amelioration of the antinutrional effects of tannins in sorghum grain. Sorghum nutritional quality: proceedings of an international conference held ruary 26 ch 1-1990 at Purdue University W Lafayette Indiana: 205

The nature and availability of particulate phosphorus to algae in the Colorado River, southeastern Utah. Aquatic resources management of the Colorado River ecosystem edited by VD Adams VA Lamarra: 180

The nature and behavior of supernumerary chromosomes in Puschkinia libanotica (Boiss.).

The nature and behaviour of holokinetic chromosomes during meiosis in three species of Coptosoma (Plataspidae, Heteroptera) Coptosoma indicum, Coptosoma noualhieri, Coptosoma siamicum. Cytobios 4(135-136): 135-144

The nature and biological significance of linear potato spindle tuber viroid molecules. Plant infectious agents: viruses viroids virusoids and satellites edited by HD Robertson et al: 140

The nature and biosynthesis of the toxin of the causative agent of Fusarium wilt, the mechanism of its action and its possible transformation within the organism of the cotton plant.

The nature and causes of crisis on the coffee industry in Tanzania.

The nature and character of agricultural planning in Israel. Winter 70 19-25

The nature and characteristics of EMS induced dwarf mutants in barley. Proceedings of the International Barley Genetics Symposium: ub 1976), 3d 181-189

The nature and concentration of pollutants in water. Environmental protection: standards compliance and costs editor TJ Lack: 4

The nature and conditions of learning.

The nature and conformation of the caffeine-chlorogenate complex of coffee. Journal of food science: 37 (6) 925-927

The nature and consequences of pre-adolescent dieting. BNF nutrition bulletin 19(71): 95-103

The nature and control of epidemics.

The nature and control of foot-.

The nature and control of foot-and-mouth disease. International Journal of Dairy Technology 22(2): 90-93

The nature and control of gastric motility in ruminants. Proceedings of the World Veterinary Congress: 0th (v 1) 197-200

The nature and control of hog cholera.

The nature and degree of seed injury of winter rye during ha rvesting and post-harvest processing in Leningrad Region. Zapiski 13 58-61

The nature and depositional setting of arid and semi-arid Kalahari sediments, southern Africa. Journal of arid environments 14(1): 17-26

The nature and development of steroid hormone receptors. Experientia 5, 42(7): 744-750

The nature and diagnosis of Gum.

The nature and diversity of land use. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 7 (4) 235-241

The nature and economic interrel.

The nature and effects of atmospheric deposition on wilderness: monitoring and research needs. Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters National Convention: 54-159

The nature and extent of damage to cocoa pods caused by the striped squirrel Funambulus tristriatus tristriatus Wroughton (Rodentia:Sciuridae) and the relative efficiency of different management methods. PLACROSYM II: entomology microbiology nematology plant pathology and rodentology of plantation crops editor in chief CS Venkata Ram: 7

The nature and extent of farm tax delinquency in South Carolina.

The nature and extent of grazing lands in the United States. Sheep and goat handbook(4): 189-203

The nature and extent of home-school links for children with Downs syndrome: mothers views. Educational researchng 33(1): 42-54

The nature and extent of organisms in vessel sea-chests: A protected mechanism for marine bioinvasions. Marine Pollution Bulletin 54(7): 875-886

The nature and extent of retail and consumer losses in apples, oranges, lettuce, peaches, strawberries, and potatoes marketed in Greater New York.

The nature and extent of risks in the agriculture of the RSA. Agrekon 0?] 29(1): 34-45

The nature and extent of sexual abuse in contemporary American society. Sexual abuse of children: implications for treatment edited by Wayne M Holder

The nature and frequency of internal diseases of horses in the examination made at the time of the purchase. Praktische Tierarzt: 58 (3) 168

The nature and function of metallothionein. Proceedings symposium on Trace element metabolism in man and animals: ub 1982) (4th) 637-644

The nature and function of the resin in the chlorine-resin shrinkporofing treatment of wool tops.

The nature and generation of systemic signals induced by pathogens, arthropod herbivores, and wounds. Advances in plant pathology0(10): 307-337

The nature and genesis of certain aridisols in Kenya. Journal of Soil Science 20(1): 111-125

The nature and implications of the chemical control of insect pests. Advancement of Science 26(130): 372-374

The nature and importance of Tongan root crop production. Technical paper: 174 83-89

The nature and importance of weight loss during restraint stress in the growing rat. Annales de Recherches Veterinaires. Annals of Veterinary Research 6(4): 421-430

The nature and localization of early events in the shoot apex of Lolium temulentum during floral induction. Cell Mol Aspects Floral Induction Proc Symp Liege Belg: ublished 1970) 192-206

The nature and logic of the peasant economy. iI-III. Journal of peasant studies: 1 (2) 186-206

The nature and magnitude of fires involving agricultural equipment. American Society of Agricultural Engineers Microfiche collection: (fiche no 86-5020)

The nature and magnitude of the protein problem.

The nature and management of distribution systems for fruit and vegetables. Acta Horticulturae: (135) 463-470

The nature and management of salt-affected land in Saskatchewan.

The nature and management of the poorer tropical latosols. Outlook on agriculture0(1): 27-32

The nature and mechanism of virus persistence in cell cultur es with latent infection with avian influenza virus. Voprosy virusologii: 4 450-454

The nature and methodological implications of the cognitive representation of products. Journal of consumer research 14(2): 214-228

The nature and natural resources of North Ossetia and their protection.

The nature and nutritive value of proteins in seed of legumes. Problemy belka v sel'skom khoziaistve: 10-518

The nature and organ specificity of hydatid disease in buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) Echinococcus granulosus, Pakistan. Pakistan veterinary journal 2(1): 12-14

The nature and organization of retroviral genes in animal cells. Virology Monographs. die Virusforschung in Einzeldarstellungen 17: 1-117

The nature and origin of wind-throw podzols under beech forest in the lower Craigieburn Range, Canterbury. New Zealand soil news: 20 (6)

The nature and origin of Brachystegia woodland.

The nature and origin of amyloid fibrils.

The nature and origin of food likes and dislikes in humans. Proceedings of the Xth International Congress of Dietetics held under the auspices of the ICDA the International Committee of Dietetic Associations edited by MF Moyal: 7

The nature and origin of genomes of wheat based on the data of biochemistry and immunochemistry of grain proteins.

The nature and origin of the transforming gene of avian sarcoma viruses. Animal virus genetics: proceedings of the 1980 ICN UCLA Symposia on Animal Virus Genetics held in Keystone Colorado March 9-14-1980 edited by Bernard N Fields Rudolf Jaenisch series editor C Fred Fox managing editor Frances J Stusser: 497

The nature and origin of wheat genomes on the data of grain protein immunochemistry and electrophoresis. Proceedings of the sixth International Wheat Genetics Symposium edited by Sadao Sakamoto: 5

The nature and pattern of participation in adult education activities.

The nature and periodicity of age-rings in Niancon woods. Bois et forets des tropiques: 57 (2) 29-37

The nature and periodicity of tree rings in African redwood Meleaceae. Bois et forets des tropiques: Oct1977, 175 52-61

The nature and periodicity of tree rings in Samba wood. Bois et forets des tropiques: 169 29-35

The nature and possible significance of the Batamote copper-bismuth-silver anomaly, Pima County, Arizona.

The nature and processing of ribosomal ribonucleic acid in a dinoflagellate. Journal of Cell Biology 46(1): 106-113

The nature and properties of soils.

The nature and properties of soils. The nature and properties of soils 5th ed 591p

The nature and properties of the sugar cane.

The nature and regulation of the alternative oxidase of plant mitochondria. Biochemical Society Transactions 20(2): 361-363

The nature and role of hemoglobin, myoglobin, and cytochrome c in poultry meats.

The nature and role of peoples needs in extension program development. Farm front: 8 (3) 7-10

The nature and role of radio in agricultural communication and technique of writing for radio. Farm front 11(10-12): 3-7

The nature and scope of sexuality education in Florida. Family life educator 8(1): 4-11

The nature and significance of heat and mass transfer processes in foodstuffs. Food structure and behaviour edited by JMV Blanshard and P Lillford: 243

The nature and significance of pesticide residues on tobacco and in tobacco smoke. Beitrage zur Tabakforschung: 4 (6) 229-246

The nature and significance of transmission of Isariopsis griseola Sacc. through the seed of beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). Acta Horticulturae 153: 201-206

The nature and source of arsenic in northeastern Ohio ground water. Ground water 20(4): 446-457

The nature and sources of haze in the Shenandoah Valley. Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association 31(10): 1074-1082

The nature and status of Lysimachia x Producta (Primulaceae). Brittonia 26 (2) 119-128

The nature and tax treatment of capital gains and losses.

The nature and taxonomic significance of the system of inheritance in Rosa nanothamnus (Rosaceae). Botanical journal of the Linnean Society: 71 (1) 59-66

The nature and the diagnostic importance of the changes in lymph nodes in acute swine fever.

The nature and the dynamics of t.

The nature and timing of tectonism in the western facies terrane of Nevada and California.

The nature and timing of the deterioration of red spruce in the northern Appalachian Mountains. Acid deposition: long term trends Committee on Monitoring and Assessment of Trends in Acid Deposition Environmental Studies Board Commission on Physical Sciences Mathematics and Resources National Research Council: 230

The nature and use of Utah range. A manual for youth and young adults. Extension circular Utah State University Extension Service: 978 (359)

The nature and uses of polyloam in forestry. Southeastern Nurserymen's Conferences Eastern Session Western Session: 8-42

The nature and value of experience in contemporary programs. Agricultural education magazine 61(6): 18-20

The nature and value of residual soil fertility. AGR University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service: 90 (144)

The nature conservancy of Canada. Biological conservation: 3 (1) 6

The nature conservancy of Hawaiis endangered forest and bird project. National parks conservation and development: the role of protected areas in sustaining society: proceedings of the World Congress on National Parks Bali Indonesia 11-22 Oct 1982 ed JA McNeely and KR Miller: 358

The nature conservancys sweetwater river project. General technical report RM 26) 356-358

The nature conservancy: its history and role. Conservation in Practice A Warren and F B Goldsmith eds: 23-436

The nature conservation area Weingartner Moor in the Karlsruhe District; history of formation and development. Veroffentlichungen 1 166-179

The nature conservation area in Dithmarschen.

The nature conservation area of the Verts mountains. Buvar 34(4): 147-151

The nature conservation law and the legal bases of citizens to contest it. Agrarrecht 10(3): 63-67

The nature directory.

The nature doctor.

The nature fakers.

The nature garden idea between green party and green fascism.

The nature journal.

The nature monument in the Tubingen district. General highlights. Veroffentlichungen ub 1976), 43 220-226

The nature monument in the Ulm city district. Veroffentlichungen ub 1976), 43 227-238

The nature of delsemine from Delphinium semibarbatum and Delphinium tricorne Michaux (dwarf larkspur). Tetrahedron letters: 32 2735-2736

The nature of synthetic lethal mutations in Drosophila. Soviet genetics: (Transl y 1973), 7 (1) 69-72

The nature of theta-carotene. Phytochemistry 13 (7) 1209-1217

The nature of ATP formation associated with single turnovers of the electron transport carriers in chloroplasts Spinacia oleracea. Developments in biochemistry0(20): 25-34

The nature of America: visions and revisions of wilderness. Natural resources journaler 29(1): 25-40

The nature of Appalachian unemployment.

The nature of Bacillus thuringiensis endotoxin. Proc Intersect Congr Int Assoc Microbiol Soc: ub 1975), 1st (v 2) 607-612

The nature of Cape Cod.

The nature of DNA-RNA complex and its relation to the activity of the genome. Trudy po prikladnoaei botanike genetike i seleketisii: 2 (1) 57-68

The nature of Floridas beaches.

The nature of N.

The nature of Nebraska.

The nature of Phylloxera resistance in grape plants.

The nature of Siberia.

The nature of Swietokrzyskie Mountains in the literary works of Stefan Zeromski. Sylwan 120 (4) 1-10

The nature of TIBA action.

The nature of Vermont.

The nature of a constituent of quebracho tannin.

The nature of a top-cross tester in relation to general combining ability evaluation of maize homozygous lines Zea mays. Egyptian journal of genetics and cytology 10(2): 275-285

The nature of accessible surfaces in the microstructure of cotton cellulose. Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 10(8): 2447-2461

The nature of acidity of Brown Mountain Forest and Mountain Meadow soils of the Carpathians.

The nature of active and passive thyroglobulin binding lymphoid cells in Obese strain (OS) chickens. European Journal of Immunology 5(8): 554-559

The nature of adaptation of various life forms of plants to eroded slope conditions. Izvestiia 1 62-67

The nature of adaptational plasticity (ecologic valency) in animals. Teplo i kholodoustoichivost' domashnikh zhivotnykh: ekologo geneticheskaia priroda razlichii: 15-329

The nature of aging. Aging and society by Matilda White Riley and Anne Foner in association with Mary E Moore Beth Hess and Barbara K Roth: 194

The nature of agricultural markets. A E paper Oklahoma State University Dept of Agricultural Economics: ? (AE-8207)

The nature of agricultures contributions to economic development. Food Research Institute studies 1(3): 335-356

The nature of an efficient agriculture in the brown loam area of Mississippi.

The nature of an efficient agriculture in the northeast prairie area of Mississippi.

The nature of an efficient agriculture in the shortleaf pine area of Mississippi.

The nature of animal colours.

The nature of antibacterial substances in some higher plants. Egyptian journal of botany: ub 1974), 16 (1 3) 353-356

The nature of awn trait domination in different parts of the spike in wheat Crossing studies.1. Aktual'nye voprosy selektsii i semenovodstva polevykh kul'tur: sbornik nauchnykh trudov glavnyi red AI Puponin: 1

The nature of bacterial associations in cases of necrobacillosis in reindeer.

The nature of bacterium-clay interactions and its significance in survival of Rhizobium under arid conditions.

The nature of bamboo and its utility.

The nature of beauty: reflected in two European public gardens. Public garden: the journal of the American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta 15(2): 7-13

The nature of beef cattle prices. Queensland agricultural journal 106(3): 238-240

The nature of beet yellows virus resistance in the sugar beet.

The nature of beta-galactosidase in the culture of tobacco cells in connection with experiments in transgenosis of Lac+ character of Escherichia coli. Doklady 245(2): 465-468

The nature of biochemistry.

The nature of biological diversity. The nature of biological diversity vii+304p Illus

The nature of biological fractioning of isotopes.

The nature of birds.

The nature of blocking antibodies in human brucellosis.

The nature of boundaries between xerothermic plant communities of central Bohemia. Berichte der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft: 0 (3) 411-416

The nature of bread flavor. Bakers digest: 47 (5) 48-50

The nature of break-spun yarn.

The nature of brucella.

The nature of brucellosis.

The nature of cadmium binding in the commercial eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica). Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology 12(3): 299-304

The nature of caregiving in multiple sclerosis: development of the caregiving tasks in multiple sclerosis scale. Multiple Sclerosis 13(7): 929-938

The nature of cell division and differentiation of tissues (intergeneric hybrids of wheat).

The nature of change in nuclear DNA in the evolution of the grasses. Grass systematics and evolution: an international symposium held at the Smithsonian Institution Washington DC July 27-31-1986 edited by Thomas R Soderstrom et al: 7

The nature of change in wool productivity relative to indust rial crossbreeding. Biologicheskie osnovy formirovaniia runa: 2-73

The nature of change in wool yield in relation to industrialized crossbreeding. Biologicheskie osnovy formirovaniia runa: 2-63

The nature of changes in the thyroid gland with animals kept on a ration containing vegetable fats. Voprosy pitaniia: 6 55-58

The nature of chilling injury and its resistance in plants. Analysis and improvement of plant cold hardiness: -16

The nature of chrysanthemyl acetate. Chemistry of natural compounds (pub 1985) 20(4): 502-504

The nature of clay-mineral translocation and transformation during the formation of southern and compact Chernozems, meadow Solods and Solonetzes. Pochvovedenie 5 107-114

The nature of color in sugar technology. Quarterly 20 (1) 1-17

The nature of colour in red wines.

The nature of commodity futures as an economic and business instrument. Food Research Institute studies: 1 (3) 257-268

The nature of competition Veterinary societies, laws, USA. Journal American Veterinary Medical Association, 181(12): 1498-1499

The nature of competition among apple processors in the Appalachian area.

The nature of competition between Agropyron repens and Zea mays.

The nature of compost H -humus extracted by differnt salts of sodium and magnesium.

The nature of controversy over technology Weed control in forests. Weed control in forest management edited by Harvey A Holt Burnell C Fischer: 257

The nature of copyright.

The nature of correlation analysis in samples of oats of the USA and Canada.

The nature of cottonseed phospholipids. European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology 71(9): 757-761

The nature of cruelty to animals. Applied animal ethology 5(1): 1-4

The nature of cultural landscape.

The nature of cultures of Staphylococci isolated from the milk of healthy cows.

The nature of cytoplasmic male sterility in plants, a review.

The nature of damage inflicted upon the forests of Latvia by the hurricanes of 1967 and 1969.

The nature of decomposition of plant residues in dark Chestnut soil relative to method of fallow land tillage.

The nature of deep seed dormancy in fruits.

The nature of development.

The nature of development of Triticum sphaerococcum, Triticum compactum and their F1 hybrids with Triticum durum Wheat hybridization.1. Aktual'nye voprosy selektsii i semenovodstva polevykh kul'tur: sbornik nauchnykh trudov glavnyi red AI Puponin: 3

The nature of development of lethal sectors in Chlamydomonas reinhardi under the exposure to ultra violet rays. Genetika 2 (10) 92-99

The nature of diabetes mellitus.

The nature of differences in the adaptive response of sheep to low environmental temperatures in mountainous Altai. Teplo i kholodoustoichivost' domashnikh zhivotnykh: ekologo geneticheskaia priroda razlichii: 14-221

The nature of disease resistance in strains of the cultivated mushroom, Agaricus brunnescens Peck. Mushroom science0(1): 741-746

The nature of disintegration of different forms of chlorophylls a and b during the joint action of triton X-100 and ultrasound. Soviet plant physiology: Transl 1974, 20 (5) 862-870

The nature of disruption of metabolism in eggplants when diseased. Ivanov S M Nedostatochnost' Kornevogo Pitaniia i Funktsional'nye Zabolevaniia Sel'skokhoziaistvennykh Rastenii: 1-30

The nature of distribution of frost resistance curves in wheat varieties of different resistances. Soviet plant physiology: (Transl 1976), 22 (5) 949-952

The nature of disturbed energy regulation in mitochonddria of wheat roots.

The nature of disturbed energy regulation in wheat root mitochondria.

The nature of diversity of HLA-DRB1 exon 3. Tissue Antigens 70(4): 335-337

The nature of eastern North Dakota.

The nature of effect of genes and the number of nuclei involved in the initiation and development of fructification in Penicillium baarnense Van Beyma.

The nature of electrophoreticaly mobile toxic substances of cotton wilt caused by Verticillium dahliae.

The nature of endogenous spores of Sporothrix schenckii Hektoen et Perkins; remarks on the possible sexual forms of that fungus.

The nature of enzymatic reactions. Enzymes in Food Processing G Reed ed: -13

The nature of enzymology.

The nature of evidence. Journal of Orthodontics 36(3): 137-138

The nature of exchange and hydrolytic forms of soil acidity. Pochvovedenie 4 33-37

The nature of extension.

The nature of fatty acids and capsanthin esters in paprika. Journal of food science: 36 (1) 98-100

The nature of federal land grazing permits and seasonal grazing dependencies in a four-county region in southeastern Oregon.

The nature of feeding associations of the European corn borer in the central Ukrainian forest-steppe. Soviet journal of ecology (pub 1980) 10(3): 234-237

The nature of first carbonatation. International sugar journal 88(1049): 84-88

The nature of flow and sediment movement in Little Granite Creek near Bondurant, Wyoming.

The nature of flowering, pollen sy.

The nature of food insecurity in Colombia. Food security for developing countries edited by Alberto Valdes: 142

The nature of foot-and-mouth disease. Proceedings of the Second International Conference onfoot and Mouth Disease: -12

The nature of forces acting on an erosion particle from the non windy side of a shelterbelt.

The nature of formate metabolism in greening barley leaves Hordeum vulgare, dwarf bean (Phaseolus vulgaris), broadbean (Vicia faba) and corn (Zea mays). Phytochemistry 1(7): 1479-1484

The nature of formation of the assimilative apparatus in hor sebeans as affected by weather conditions. Trudy po prikladnoaei botanike genetike i seleketisii: 1 (1) 67-78

The nature of fractality in fat crystal networks. Trends in food science and technology 13(2): 37-47

The nature of fungal sporulation.

The nature of fusion between the palea and lodicules in 2 species of Chloris argentina. Kurtziana 31-41

The nature of gall formation caused by wooly apple aphid (Eriosoma lanigerum Hausm.). Dendrofil'nye nasekomye Moldavii B V Vereshchagin and others eds: 5-53

The nature of gene action and combining ability for some economic characters in Bengal gram (Cicer arietinum (L.). Egyptian journal of genetics and cytology 8(1): 129-136

The nature of genotype X environment interactions for yield in wheat extension trials in the Winter Rainfall Region. South African journal of plant and soil = Suid Afrikaanse tydskrif vir plant en grond 3(3): 123-129

The nature of ginseng. HerbalGram o 54 34-51

The nature of government protection and control in the U.S. sugar industry. Staff paper University of Florida Food and Resource Economics Department Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences: 988 (331)

The nature of gravel deposits in Minnesota and extraction procedures. Miscellaneous ication University of Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station: 7) 34-40

The nature of graviperception in plants. Plant growth substances 1982: the proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Plant Growth SubstancesAberystwyth12th to 16th July 1982 edited by PF Wareing: 506

The nature of groundwater. Fact sheet University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service: 88 (2039)

The nature of growth and flowering of roselle plant (Hibiscus sabdariffa L.). Annals of agricultural science Moshtohor9(1): 207-217

The nature of heartworm disease in cats: different from the dog. Small animal and exotics Proceedings of the North American Veterinary Conference, Volume 21, Orlando, Florida, USA, 2007: 985-987

The nature of helminths in cattle.

The nature of herbicides effect on the phenol complex of plants. Agrokhimiia 7 97-105

The nature of hereditary and induced defects in Gallus domesticus. Revista de cresterea animalelor: 26 (1) 40-49

The nature of heredity. 16. Bienenpflege 7 142-143

The nature of heritability of stalk height in dwarf hybrids of wheat varieties.

The nature of hesperidin in lemon juice cloud. Citrus Research Conference Abstract of Papers: 0-11

The nature of heterochromatic knob regions in maize chromoso mes. I. Comparative study of chromosomes of somatic cells stained with giemsa stain and pachytene chromosomes of a maize line characterized by a multitude of knobs. Genetika 10 (6) 25-29

The nature of highly decomposed starches. Gordian 74 (7 8) 256

The nature of histological disorders caused by the herbicide tordon 221K in the active growth region of peas.

The nature of horses.

The nature of humic acid fraction dissolving in alcohol. Pochvovedenie 2 34-38

The nature of humic acid minerals in dry-steppe soils. Pochvovedenie 1 54-61

The nature of humus and forms of its relationship with the mineral part of virgin and developed soils of the dry-steppe series of the southeastern part of European USSR. Organicheskoe Veshchestvo Tselinnykh i Osvoennykh Pochv: 0-109

The nature of humus substances in lysimetric waters and soil solutions. Studies about Humus Transaction of the Internationalsymposium Humus et Planta: 337-342

The nature of hydrogen ion concentration influence on genetic and physiologic effects caused by N nitrose N alkylureas in plants. Doklady Akademii nauk SSSR: 32 (3) 691-694

The nature of immunologic tolerance.

The nature of induced dominant wheat mutants. Vsesoiuznoe soveshch po khim Mutagenezu Inst khim fiz 1972 Primen Khim Mutagenov v Sel'skom Khoz i Med: 72-184

The nature of induced recombination in males of the line mei-9LI of Drosophila melanogaster under the influence of space flight factors. Soviet genetics 23(2): 193-195

The nature of induced sterility in plants. Doklady Akademii nauk SSSR: 39 (2) 463-466

The nature of inheriting morphological features of hide structure relative to crossing Kazakh Finewool sheep with Lincoln Longwool and Romney Marsh rams. Trudy 50-63

The nature of inheriting resistance to brown rust in wheat.

The nature of inositol starvation in isolating Schizosaccharomyces pombe mutants compared with some other treatments.

The nature of insoluble starch particles in liquefied corn-starch hydrolysates. Cereal chemistry: 51 (2) 272-281

The nature of interaction between atrazine and 2,4-D in bean plants.

The nature of intracistronic recombinations and their repercussions on the segregation of exterior markers in Podospora anserina.

The nature of iron and aluminum hydrous oxides precipitated in montmorillonite suspensions and reduction of structural ferric iron in nontronite.

The nature of krasnozem and podzol soils acidity.

The nature of leadership in the postindustrial era.

The nature of lichens. Natural history 91(3): 30-37

The nature of life.

The nature of lignocellulosics and their pretreatments for enzymatic hydrolysis Enzymatic conversion of cellulose to glucose for ethanol production, biomass fuels. Advances in biochemical engineering3(23): 157-187

The nature of lines in electron paramagnetic resonance spectra of humus acids.

The nature of literature: its relation to science, language, and human experience.

The nature of long run cost savings due to water conservation. Water resources bulletin 19(3): 489-498

The nature of male sterility transmitted by grafting and appearing oin the seed progeny of scions in sugarbeet. Genetika 10 (4) 13-17

The nature of malic enzymes of lactic bacteria isolated from wines.

The nature of meat. Elements of Food Technology: 14-317

The nature of mechanically damaged starch and its origin in flour. Meuhle Mischfuttertechnik: 109 (1) 8

The nature of membrane-coating and keratohyalin granules in rumen epithelium Bovine. Proceedings Electron Microscopy Society of Southern Africa = Verrigtings Elektronmikroskopievereniging van Suidelike Afrika1(11): 103-104

The nature of mercury retention. Nippon dojo hiryogaku zasshi Journal of the science of soil and manure Japan 49(5): 378-382

The nature of metals and their relation to plant and animal. Spring 34 7-10

The nature of monarch butterflies.

The nature of multiple solutions for surface wind speed over the oceans from scatterometer measurements. Remote sensing of environment(1): 47-54

The nature of mutability of Aster affected by chemical mutagens.

The nature of mutation variability of barley in the M2 and M3 generations after irradiation. Problemy Eksperimental'noi Genetiki: 47-151

The nature of mutations, disturbing the formation of 6 phosphogluconate dehydrogenase in Drosophila melanogaster, and their suppression. Molekuliarnaia biologiia: 11 (6) 1402-1413

The nature of new cosmetics. Washington post: B5

The nature of non-food non-price competition in food store advertising.

The nature of nucleic acid and affinity with the pox virus of spindle disease of the Coleoptera, Melolontha melolontha L. classification proposal.

The nature of nurturing: maintaining new and established trees. American forests 90(6): 13-16

The nature of nutrient limitation in black cottonwood stands in South Coastal British Columbia. FRDA report: (255) 89-111

The nature of organic matter in high organic matter soils of the hill country wet zone of Ceylon.

The nature of oxidized fatty acids.

The nature of paper variation. Tappi journal 73(6): 81-90

The nature of paramagnetism of lignin in proton solvents.

The nature of parsimony and instrumentalism in systematics. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 45(3): 177-183

The nature of pathogenic staphylococci isolated in cases of mastitis. Veterinariia 11 46-48

The nature of pathogens of infectious mastitis in sheep. Veterinariia 2 79-81

The nature of pectic enzymes produced by Phytophithora parasitica var. sesami in two culture media. Current science: 44 (4) 134-135

The nature of peptides firmly associated with the protein part of membrane lipoproteins in chloroplast biogenesis. Biokhimiia 42(8): 1516-1524

The nature of physiological stress. Ethics welfare law and market forces: the veterinary interface: proceedings of a symposium organised on behalf of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and the Universities Federation for Animal Welfare and held at the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons 14th-15th November 1996 189

The nature of plants. Plants and gardens Brooklyn Botanic Garden record 40(2): 3-5

The nature of play: Great apes and humans (vol 194, pg 887, 2006). Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 195(3): 195

The nature of poi carbohydrates.

The nature of polydisperse ribonucleic acid in plants. Biochemical Journal 131(3): 523-533

The nature of polyhedrin. Viral insecticides for biological control edited by Karl Maramorosch KE Sherman: 542

The nature of polyploidy in Asplenium ruta-muraria L. and Asplenium lepidum C. presl. Caryologia 23 (4) 525-547

The nature of polyploidy in Reseda sect. Leucoreseda (Resedaceae). Plant systematics and evolution42(3-4): 223-237

The nature of powers efficiency in the formation or rennet and acid coagula and the role of calcium, phosphate and citrate in coagulum formation. Milchwissenschaft 31 (6) 338-345

The nature of precautionary wealth.

The nature of prejudice.

The nature of present day collections. Bulletin b 13(1): 12-15

The nature of price movements during pool sales auctions of coffee. Agricultural marketing 26(1): 31-36

The nature of profile textural differentiation in forest soils of Moldavia. Pochvovedenie 8 15-19

The nature of protective adaptive response of plants as affected by extreme factors. Trudy po prikladnoaei botanike genetike i seleketisii: 9 (3) 259-268

The nature of protective plant reactions.

The nature of quantitative genetic variation in drosophila. II. Average dominance of abdominal bristle polygenes. Australian Journal of Biological Sciences 27(6): 683-686

The nature of radioactive fallout and its effects on man.

The nature of recombination in HLA-B*4207. Tissue Antigens 70(2): 164-168

The nature of relationships in gluten. Doklady Akademii nauk SSSR: 238 (4) 985-987

The nature of resistance of potato tubers to Phytophthora infection.

The nature of resistance to Meloidogyne incognita (Kofoid & White 1919) Chitwood 1949. Proceedings of the Third Research and Planning Conference on Root Knot Nematodes Meloidogyne spp: region II March 22-26-1982: 165

The nature of resistance to powdery mildew of English oak. Lesovodstvo i agrolesomelioratsiia: 4 38-43

The nature of resistance to triazine herbicides: case histories of phenology and population studies Weeds. Herbicide resistance in plants edited by Homer M LeBaron Jonathan Gressel: 15

The nature of reversible and irreversible decrease of fluorescence during illumination of chloroplasts under reducing conditions. Soviet plant physiology: Transl 1973, 20 (3) 454-461

The nature of reversible and irreversible decrease of fluorescence during illumination of the chloroplasts under reductive conditions.

The nature of reversion of a dominant gene of Drosophila melanogaster. Mutation Research 15(2): 221-223

The nature of rural economic development in Alaska. Alaska's rural development edited by PG Cornwall and G McBeath

The nature of rust in potatoes.

The nature of scales in columns of ethanol distilleries. Brasil acucareiro: 82 (3) 44-52

The nature of secondary metabolites produced by biological control agents. Planta Medica 56(6): 641

The nature of self luminescence of Streptomyces olivocinereus, a producer of heliomycin. Nauchnye doklady vysshei shkoly seriia Biologicheskie nauki: 100-104

The nature of shellfish and ecological factors contribute to their role in food borne human disease. Journal of environmental health: 34 (4) 373-378

The nature of smectites in soils developed on major parent materials in Minnesota.

The nature of soil K reserves as related to certain pedogenic factors and processes.

The nature of soil acidity.

The nature of solar (actinic) keratosis. British Journal of Dermatology 156(2): 408-409

The nature of some derivatives of leucodrin. Australian journal of chemistry: 28 (1) 211-215

The nature of some pigments of Verticillium lateritium. Uzbekskii khimicheskii zhurnal: 8-10

The nature of sorption and desorption of microamounts of radiostrontium by peaty boggy soils. Doklady 1 (2) 149-151

The nature of southwestern Colorado.

The nature of spectral signatures in native arid plant communities.

The nature of stable and deformed properties of clay minerals.

The nature of subfertility in dairy heifers.

The nature of submersed organs of the representatives of the Trapa L. genus (Trapaceae). Botanicheskii zhurnal 63(10): 1515-1518

The nature of sustainable development.

The nature of suxamethonium neuromuscular block in the dog assessed by train-of-four stimulation. Research in Veterinary Science 29(3): 281-288

The nature of taxonomic data. Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 45: 293-303

The nature of tenderness. Proceedings ub 1978), 30th 69-74

The nature of tension wood in.

The nature of the German Shepherd dog.

The nature of the Junior Leadership program as seen by the Junior Leaders in two-agent counties in northeastern area of South Dakota.

The nature of the MDI. Proceedings of the Washington State University International Particleboard Composite Materials Symposium9(29): 175-183

The nature of the Midlands.

The nature of the Western Siberian taiga.

The nature of the action of several organic chloride and organic phosphorus compounds in relation to the citrus red spider mite. Subtropicheskie kul'tury: 61-64

The nature of the administrative process.

The nature of the animal disease survey sampling and estimation problem. Proceedings annual meeting United States Animal Health Association: 8th) 88-96

The nature of the anthocyanin pigments in South Carolina Concord grapes.

The nature of the antibody in iso-immune anti-L sera affecting active potassium transport in LK sheep red cells. Journal of Immunology 107(3): 772-781

The nature of the antivitamin E factor of kidney beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) fed to sheep.

The nature of the axial ligands of spinach cytochrome f. Archives of biochemistry and biophysics 203(1): 101-107

The nature of the beast.

The nature of the beast an elusive model. Monitoring Forest Environment Through Successive Sampling Proceedings of a Symposium: 55-359

The nature of the beast: towards a comparative MSP typology. Multi stakeholder platforms for integrated water management: 21-29

The nature of the biochemical lesion in avian renal riboflavinuria. III. The isolation and characterization of the riboflavin-binding protein from egg albumen. Biochimica et biophysica acta: 194 (2) 433-442

The nature of the biochemical lesion in avian renal riboflavinuria. V. Elucidation of riboflavin transport in the laying hen. International journal of biochemistry: 1 (2) 168-172

The nature of the biochemical lesion in avianrenal riboflavinuria. IV. Comparison of the riboflavin-binding protein from homozygous (RdRd) and heterozygous (Rdrd) White Leghorn albumen. International journal of biochemistry: 1 (2) 157-167

The nature of the bonds in gluten.

The nature of the bonds the calcium ion in the cell wall of Nitella flexilis. Canadian journal of botany: 5, 56 (12) 1439-1443

The nature of the carbohydrate moieties in the glucoamylases from Aspergillus niger.

The nature of the cell surface receptor site for Lens culinaris phytohemagglutinin. Journal of Biological Chemistry 246(21): 6581-6586

The nature of the cellular, heritable, change in cytokinin habituation Nicotiana tabacum, tobacco pith cells. Variability in plants regenerated from tissue culture edited by ED Earle Y Demarly: 210

The nature of the chemical bond and the structure of molecules and crystals.

The nature of the child.

The nature of the choline receptor and structure of its active center.

The nature of the clear zone arond microtubules Notonecta glauca, aquatic insect. Cell and tissue research27(3): 609-617

The nature of the communication process. Communication for Change with the Rural Disadvantaged: 5-97

The nature of the complex proanthocyanidins. Phytochemistry 8 (8) 1543-1547

The nature of the correlation of saprophytic microflora of roots with the crops yeild.

The nature of the cortical bundles of Adenocaulon (Compositae). Botanical gazette: 136 (3) 236-245

The nature of the criterial function Pr=f(Eu) for the battery-reflex method of extraction.

The nature of the cross-bridges constituting aggregates of frozen stored carp myosin and actomyosin. Advances in fish science and technology: papers presented at the Jubilee conference of the Torry Research Station Aberdeen Scotland 23-27 July 1979 edited by JJ Connell and staff of Torry Research Station: 438

The nature of the cyanide-resistant pathway in plant mitochondria. Recent advances in phytochemistry6(16): 47-83

The nature of the demand for food. North Central regional research ication University of Wisconsin College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Research Division: (311) 44-59

The nature of the development of Bryophyta and Lichenes in Pinus forests of the southern taiga. Produktivnost' i Struktura Rastitel'nosti Molodykh Sosniakov: 10-142

The nature of the development of root systems in Pinus stands in drained upland swamps relative to planting method. Puti izucheniia i osvoeniia bolot severo zapada evropeiskoi chasti SSSR: 81-189

The nature of the distirbances at diakinesis in F1 hybrids between triticale forms at the same and different ploidy levels.

The nature of the dual effect of auxin on root formation in Azukia cuttings. Plant and cell physiology 19(8): 1535-1542

The nature of the energy metabolite responsible for sugar accumulation in Chlorella vulgaris. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenphysiologie: 1 (2) 115-128

The nature of the environment.

The nature of the enzymatic reduction of S-sulfoglutathione in liver and peas. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 184(2): 374-380

The nature of the evidence linking diet and disease. Diet health and disease in Australia edited by Paul J Nestel for the Australian Academy of Science: 8

The nature of the family projected by the home economics profession as evidenced through examination of the American Home Economics Association literature.

The nature of the farm.

The nature of the fatty acid con.

The nature of the field resistance of plants to diseases and the methods of ascertaining it in breeding practices. Wheat Breeding JPRS: ransl 31, 1974) 38-54

The nature of the floral appendages in four species of Dichelostemma (Liliaceae). Aliso (4) 383-389

The nature of the floral stimulus in mustard. Plant Growth Substances Proceedings of the International Conference: ub 1974), 8th 980-986

The nature of the food indust.

The nature of the food processing industry and the problems and advantages of rural locations.

The nature of the force action of the soil on the landside of a plow body.

The nature of the forest economy.

The nature of the globulin of the alga Phyllophora nervosa. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 6(3): 350-353

The nature of the growth substance secreted by larvae of root knot eelworm. Parazitologicheskie issledovaniia v Pribaltike K: 72-174

The nature of the heterogeneity of chick duodenal alkaline phosphatase during post-hatching development.

The nature of the increased sensitivity to injected GTP of the sodium efflux in barnacle muscle fibers pre-exposed to aldosterone. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. A, Comparative Physiology 77(1): 117-125

The nature of the induction phenomena at oxygen evolution in intact cells of green algae.

The nature of the infectious agent of tobacco stunt in relation to its vector, Olpidium brassicae. Proc Intersect Congr Int Assoc Microbiol Soc: ub 1975), 1st (v 3) 297-302

The nature of the infective agent of foot and mouth disease.

The nature of the inheritance of modified characters in some mutant forms of pea. Soviet genetics: (Transl 1974), 9 (1) 30-35

The nature of the interactions between dietary amino acids and minerals. Proceedings Cornell Nutrition Conference for Feed Manufacturers: 40-44a

The nature of the internal mechanism of land management development.

The nature of the matrix in glacial ablation tills. Proceedings International Symposium on Soil Structure(1): 87-95

The nature of the membrane around the egg of Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn. Annals of botany: 38 (154) 17-21

The nature of the minimal water retentive capacity. Water In The Unsaturated Zone Proc Wageningen Symp: 407-415

The nature of the nectaries of Acanthophyllum elatius Bge and Acanthophyllum krasceninnikovi Schischk. Perspektivnye Saponinonosnye Rasteniia i Opyt Ikh Kul'tury: 3-87

The nature of the nurse colony. Pchelovodstvo 4 13-14

The nature of the nutritional importance of serum albumin to Glossina morsitans Glossinidae, blood proteins, lipids nutritional requirements, metabolism. Journal of insect physiology8(11): 917-923

The nature of the oxidation states of sweet potato mitochondria. Plant and cell physiology: 11 (1) 65

The nature of the pH effect onwater permeability of plant cuticles. Berichte der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft: 7 (2) 389-402

The nature of the phosphorus linkage in component I, a phosphoprotein isolated from the blood serum of DES-treated cockerels. Poultry Science 55(4): 1567-1571

The nature of the plant food business.

The nature of the polar distribution of water-soluble proteins according to fractions in heterotic corn hybrids and their parent forms. Physiology and biochemistry of cultivated plants: (Transl 1971), 1 (3) 226-229

The nature of the polar resin acids in fir oleoresins. Chemistry of natural compounds 22(4): 488-489

The nature of the primary photochemical event of interaction of chlorophyll with quinones. Doklady (Transl 1973), 208 (1 6) 83-86

The nature of the proteins and nucleic acids synthesized by isolated chloroplasts. Symp auton biog mitochondria chloroplasts Canberra: ub 1971) 372-382

The nature of the residual alpha-mannosidase in plasma in bovine mannosidosis. Biochemical Journal 157(1): 183-188

The nature of the scrapie agent. Biological characteristics of scrapie in different scrapie strain-host combinations. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 724: 221-234

The nature of the scrapie agent: the evolution of the virino. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 724: 282-289

The nature of the scrapie agent: the virus theory. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 724: 246-258

The nature of the seedling and sprout growth forms.

The nature of the signal attracting males of the Chinese oak silkworm (Antheraea pernyi Guer.) moth to females. Obshchie i prikladnye voprosy khemoretseptsii obonianie: 33-142

The nature of the starch-protein interface in wheat endosperm. Cereal chemistry: 50 (4) 443-454

The nature of the stigmatic exudate and its role in pollen germination. Pollen: development and physiology: 62-266

The nature of the stimuli causing digestive juice secretion in Dionaea muscipula Ellis (venus's flytrap). Planta 128(3): 263-265

The nature of the striated textures encountered with the middle (M1) and inverse middle (M2) liquid crystalline phases; relationships between the M1 phase of amphiphiles and the ordered solution phase of tobacco mosaic virus. Journal of colloid and interface science: 30(4) 500-510

The nature of the stringy rogue of snap beans. Annual report: no 6 5

The nature of the subcutaneous gel in chick hatchlings: a proteomics approach. British Poultry Science 45 Suppl 1: S37-S37

The nature of the substrate inhibition of cytoplasmic malate dehydrogenase from Phycomyces blakesleeanus. Biochimica et biophysica acta: protein structure and molecular enzymology, 784(2-3): 158-163

The nature of the terminal oxidation step of the alternative electron transport pathway. Plant mitochondria: structural functional and physiological aspects edited by AL Moore and RB Beechey: 6

The nature of the transition between novice and skilled coordination during learning to swing. Human Movement Science 26(3): 376-392

The nature of the transition from sedgeland to alpine vegetation in south-west Tasmania. I. Altitudinal vegetation change on four mountains. Journal of biogeography 14(6): 539-549

The nature of the virido-albina. Annals of botany 54(6): 791-798

The nature of the watersplitting enzyme system of photosynthesis. Physiologie vegetale: 10 (2) 329-345

The nature of the wheat genome Triticum timopheevi based on data from electrophorsis and immunochemical analysis.

The nature of the whole.

The nature of the winter habit in cereals. Soviet genetics: (Transl t 1973), 7 (3) 410-416

The nature of the world food and population problem. Future dimensions of world food and population edited by Richard G Woods

The nature of the xerophilic capacity of wheat thrips.

The nature of the zone phenomenon in The Abortus Bang Ring Test.

The nature of thermodynamics.

The nature of thyrotropin stimulation of thyroid function in Japanese quail: prolonged thyrotropin exposure is necessary to increase thyroidal 125I uptake. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. A, Comparative Physiology 85(3): 459-463

The nature of tomorrow--.

The nature of trace element problems: delineating the field problem. BSAP occasional ication: an occasional ication of the British Society of Animal Production: ) 11-16

The nature of trypanosomatid infections of tabanidae in central New York State.

The nature of underdevelopment and regional structure of Nepal.

The nature of uranium occurrence in the leaves of Coprosma australis (A. Rich.) Robinson. Australian Journal of Biological Sciences 24(1): 67-73

The nature of value created by UK online grocery retailers. International journal of consumer studies 25(4): 279-289

The nature of variability in keratin fibers as revealed by creep measurements.

The nature of variability of pollen grain size in the species of the genus Prunus Mill. Trudy po prikladnoi botanike genetike i selektsii: 6 (2) 117-122

The nature of variation in the component composition of histones in winter wheat in relation to hardening to frost. Trudy po prikladnoi botanike genetike i selektsii: 7 (2) 119-123

The nature of varietal resistance to lodging and its biochemical characteristics.

The nature of vegetable oil glycerides which produce bromine addition compounds insoluble in petroleum ether at O degrees.

The nature of virus multiplication. The nature of virus multiplication vi+320p Illus

The nature of viruses and the origin of life. The nature of viruses and the origin of life 454p

The nature of volatile constituents of glues. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 23(11): 1267-1285

The nature of wasp nest paper. Tappi journal 71(12): 133-139

The nature of water absorbed by the protein keratin.

The nature of water temperature change in troughs and reservoirs for pastured sheep drinking.

The nature of waterlogging tolerance of loblobby pine. Proceedings of the Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference: 1) 51-57

The nature of weeds: prolific and persistent. Ag impact 15(1): 6-7

The nature of winter adaptation process in cereals. Genetika 14 (3) 536-544

The nature of winter and spring plants. Trudy 3 (3) 26-38

The nature of yellow fat coloration in sheep. Bulletin de l'Academie veterinaire de France2(4): 545-552

The nature park Hoher Vogelsberg.

The nature park Elbufer-Drawehn. Naturschutz und Naturparke: nd Quarter 69 (2) 32-34

The nature park as a category for planning recreation close to nature. IKO: Innere Kolonisation Land und Gemeinde: 25 (6) 258-261

The nature park from the viewpoint of a park manager. Garten Landschaft = Landscape architecture planning 91(12): 952-954

The nature reserve of Cisy na Gorze Jawor (uew trees on the Jawor Hill) in the province of Rzeszow.

The nature reserves establishm.

The nature reserves grouped with respect to their touristic utilization.

The nature reserves in the Hundsheimer Mountains in Lower Austria.

The nature study and camera club: 25 years and growing. Morton Arboretum quarterlymn 27(3): 38-41

The nature, behavior, and characterization of grain dust. Occupational pulmonary disease focus on grain dust and health: ub1980) 513-525

The nature, ecology, and control of Canada thistle.

The nature, extent and distribution of difficult alnd areas in Ireland. Farm and food research: 1974, 5 (2)

The nature, extent, causes, and consequences of problematic debt situations. Journal of consumer policy 9(3): 311-334

The nature, mode of action, and toxicity of bactericides. CRC handbook of pest management in agriculture(3): 49-58

The nature, mode of action, and toxicity of herbicides. CRC handbook of pest management in agriculture(3): 75-94

The nature, modes of action, and toxicity of insecticides. CRC handbook of pest management in agriculture(3): 3-16

The nature, modes of action, and toxicity of rodenticides. CRC handbook of pest management in agriculture(3): 113-127

The nature, purpose and development of rooting in pigs. Proceedings of the 30th International Congress of the International Society for Applied Ethology: 14-17 August 1996 Guelph Ontario Canada

The nature, water resource and conservation of the river head area of Kurobegawa. i. thermal environment and heat balance system.

The nature-collectors cookbook.

The nature-conserving and biolog.

The nature-friendly garden.

The natures of John and William Bartram.

The naval situation, China today. Naval stores review 90(4): 8-9

The naval stores in Mexico. Naval stores review 96(6): 11-14

The naval stores in Southeast Asia. Naval stores review 95(5): 14-16

The naval stores industry in Finland. Naval stores review 95(6): 3-5

The naval stores situation in China. Naval stores review 102(6): 10-11

The naval stores situation in Japan and the Far East. Naval stores review 90(3): 8-10

The navel marketing order: everyone will be heard from in Exeter. Citrograph 66(9): 215

The navel orange. Fruit crops facts sheet: (83)

The navicular syndrome. Modern Veterinary Practice 54(12): 69 Passim-69 Passim

The nayure of inactivation & interaction of lysozyme with guanidine hydrochloride.

The nazi economic system.

The ndvB locus of Rhizobium meliloti encodes of 319-kDa protein involved in the production of beta-(1 leads to 2) glucan. Journal of biological chemistry, 265(5): 2843-2851

The near environment.

The near term outlook for Soviet Far East timber as a competitive supply in Asia markets. Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters National Convention: 03-309

The near-perfect diet. Diabetes forecast 49(6): 44-49

The near-surface dynamics of coastal upwelling. Progress in oceanography2(3): 223-257

The nearctic Aspilota species of the petiolata group (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Alysiinae).

The nearctic genus Beeria Hatch. Taxonomy, distribution and ecology (Coleptera: Staphylinidae). Entomologica Scandinavica: (3) 177-190

The nearctic parasitic wasps of the genera Psilus Panzer and Coptera Say (Hymenoptera, Proctotrupoidea, Diapriidae).

The nearctic species of Parabezzia Malloch. Mosquito news: 37 (2) 277

The nearctic species of the Bezzia bivittata group (Diptera:Ceratopogonidae) 15 species, North America. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 96(3): 489-523

The nearctic species of the genus Cateretes (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae). Coleopterists bulletin 33(1): 48

The nearctic spider genus Pisaurina (Pisauridae). Psyche 72, 79 (4)

The nebraska way--a peoples station. Spring 19 (1) 4-7

The neccessary conjuction of basic sciences and tChnique in enology.

The necessary amount of disinfection solution correctly selected. Tierzucht 34(10): 460-461

The necessary conditions for gene expression during early mammalian development. ... Symposium. Society for Developmental Biology. Symposium 31: 201-224

The necessary conditions for increasing efficiency of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium fertilization. Nowe rolnictwo, 29(23-24): 1-3

The necessary conditions for intensification of beef production on State Farms. Nowe rolnictwo: 6 31, 19 (18) 3-5

The necessary connection between mechanical and chemical growth-regulation in fruit trees. Botanikai kozlemenyek 65(2): 99-105

The necessary definition of a new policy for hard wheat.

The necessary development of selection structures. Patre 214 29-31

The necessary involvement and responsibility of separate entities in planning and performance of aquifer restoration. Proceedings of the Third National Symposium on Aquifer Restoration and Ground Water Monitoring May 25-27-1983 The Fawcett Center Columbus Ohio edited by DM Nielsen

The necessary marriage between ecology and agriculture. Ecology (Washington D C) 70(6): 1591-1593

The necessary stimuli. Carnes y mercados: 1 (1) 26-27

The necessity and method of usi.

The necessity and outlook for producing multiple-component mineral fertilizers with complex micronutrients. Kongres "Chemia v pol'nohospodarstve" 2d Bratislava 1972(8)

The necessity and possibilities for forest regeneration in Bosnia and Hercegovina. Narodni sumar: 4 (8 10) 357-364

The necessity and possibility of ecological energy management Air pollution, forestry.1. Stirbt der Wald?: energiepolitische Voraussetzungen und Konsequenzen HG Hatzfeldt Hrsg: 181

The necessity and tendency of developing japonica hybrid rice in China. North Rice (3): 10-13

The necessity for a new way of recruiting for agriculture in general. Nordisk lantbruksekonomisk tidskrift: 2 (4) 124-126

The necessity for beta-carotene in the 518 nanometer absorption change. Plant physiology: 48 (5) 553-558

The necessity for care in pesticide use. orchardist of New Zealand: 48 (5) 158-159

The necessity for chemurgic and agricultural research in Texas.

The necessity for closer cooperation among secondary agricultural Information services: an analysis of AGRICOLA, AGRIS, and CAB. Quarterly bulletin of the International Association of Agricultural Librarians and Documentalists = Bulletin trimestriel de l'Association Internationale des Bibliothecaires et Documentalistes Agricoles1(1): 19-26

The necessity for high-quality vegetable seed. Hortscience 6 (6) 550-551

The necessity for intensive cultural treatment in cottonwood plantations.

The necessity for interpretation of standards designed to promote the psychological well-being of nonhuman primates. Through the looking glass: issues of psychological well being in captive nonhuman primates edited by Melinda A ak and Andrew J Petto: 5

The necessity for the research on the relationship between transition of forest floor vegetation accompanying thinning and function of soil and water conservation in artificial sugi(Cryptomeria japonica) forest. Bulletin of the Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute 6(2): 127-134

The necessity for validation of non-animal tests. Animal Welfare Institute quarterlyer 42(1): 17-18

The necessity of a differentiated approach in the distribution of gross income in collective farms.

The necessity of a doctrine of methods for silviculture at the level of cantons.

The necessity of a ecological forestry inventory. The Forestry chronicle 59(4): 184-188

The necessity of a new classification of forest inventory lands. Lesnoe khoziaistvo: 9 13-15

The necessity of a new type of z. Zhivotnovudstvo 29 (7) 50-53

The necessity of a perfect feed mixing. Tecnica molitoria: 24 (6) 171-173

The necessity of a special technique for erosion control in orchards.

The necessity of a tobacco quota buyout.

The necessity of an additional treatment of enteritis in calves.

The necessity of an automatized system of controlling the quality of products.

The necessity of an integral systematization of the land.

The necessity of biological research in vegetable growing.

The necessity of chemical elements for higher plants. Angewandte Botanik: 48 (1 2) 21-38

The necessity of chemical fertilizers.

The necessity of combining operations of seedbed preparation with ploughing.

The necessity of common specifications in the technique of sterilizing canned products. Konservnaia i ovoshchesushil'naia promyshlennost': 1 29-31

The necessity of concentration of buckwheat crops. Zernovoe khoziaistvo: 9 29-30

The necessity of controlling bacterial populations in potable waters--bottled water and emergency water supplies. Journal 67 (3) 117-124

The necessity of controlling bacterial populations in potable waters: community water supply.

The necessity of credit in agric.

The necessity of dressing of seeding material in forestry. Sylwan 121 (8) 29-38

The necessity of early discovery of chronic contagious disease in the honeybee colony. Slovenski cebelar: 80 (2) 55-56

The necessity of early intervention programs.

The necessity of effective dog vaccination against rabies.

The necessity of extending the application of granulated pesticides in the protection of cultivated crops. Productia vegetala: 9 (1) 30-35

The necessity of highly effectiv. Rastitelna zashtita Plant protection6(9): 37-38

The necessity of histologic diag.

The necessity of hoeing the soil after a chemical weed treatment of celeriac and beans.

The necessity of increasing the diameter of tile drains. Gidrotekhnika i melioratsiia: 9 56-61

The necessity of integration of bee-keeping. Pol'nohospodarstvo 6 (6) 465-468

The necessity of interdisciplinary research in wetland ecology: the Cowles Bog example. Interdisciplinary approaches to freshwater wetlands research Douglas A Wilcox editor

The necessity of international cooperation for the protection of the Waddensea Erosion and sedimentation, Netherlands. Schutz der Tier und Pflanzenwelt und ihrer naturlichen Lebensraume eine europaische Tagung = Protection de la faune et de la flore et de leurs biotopes naturels = Protection of Fauna and Flora and their Natural Habitats: 110

The necessity of introducing agrotechnical documentation on growing seedlings in greenhouses. Mezsaimnieciba un mezrupnieciba: 25-26

The necessity of irrigation for.

The necessity of irrigation in Israel. Publicatie 32 239-260

The necessity of land capability classification for afforestation in Sao Paulo.

The necessity of leg guards when working with motorized equipment. Skogen 61 (4) 134-135

The necessity of levelling the surface of soils in the Romanian agriculture.

The necessity of liming fruit cultures in Belgium. Fruit belge: 37 (334) 211-214

The necessity of lowering the level of underground waters on rice irrigation systems in southern Ukraine.

The necessity of maximum coordination between policy for appropriation of funds and policy of agricultural development. Kongres o proizvodnji ljudske hrane u Jugoslaviji: st (1) 178-184

The necessity of mobilizing all efforts for the improvement of the quality of leather and fur coat raw material.

The necessity of personal involvement in agricultural legislation. Proceedings -7

The necessity of practical studies on irradiation of fresh fruits and vegetables.

The necessity of progress in artificial insemination of cattle. Nowe rolnictwo: 15, 25 (7) 24-26

The necessity of pruning to remain in the fruit business.

The necessity of radiographic diagnosis in veterinary medicine and surgery. Livestock adviser 6(7): 9-11

The necessity of reducing tank capacities of oil storage yards on collective and state farms. Nauchno tekhnicheskii biulleten': 8 7-9

The necessity of standardized conditions on the characterization of sulfite-forming yeasts. 2. Comparison of three weak and two very strong sulfite-forming yeast strains of the species Saccharomyces cerevisiae var. ellipsoideus and Saccharomyces bayanus. Wein Wissenschaft 33(4): 277-288

The necessity of standarized conditions for the characterization of sulfite-forming yeasts. 1. Correlation of sulfite formation with growth parameters of yeasts. Wein Wissenschaft 33(3): 159-169

The necessity of systematizatio.

The necessity of taking mass forces into consideration in the dynamic investigation of soil. Tudomanyos ertesito Agrartudomanyi Egyetem Godollo: 5) 17-18

The necessity of terminal facilities for water management at the farm level.

The necessity of the two-inch sand layer in greens construction. USGA Green Section record 18(6): 1-4

The necessity of updating regulations on recognition of stands and trees for seed production in Slovakia.

The necessity of using minor elements. Owoce warzywa kwiaty: 15, 13 (9) 11

The necessity of weed control in winter cereal in Schleswig-Holstein West Germany. Proceedings of the 1980 British Crop Protection Conference Weeds: 15th British Weed Control Conference 17-20 Nov 1980 Brighton Eng comps C Wheeler J Holroyd Programme Committee ARC Weed Research Organ: 776

The necessity to define minimum requirements for 45.

The necessity to increase German Brown cattle production. Grune 100 (46) 1700-1703

The necessity, value and safety of pesticides.

The neck of bacteriophage T4 is a ring-like formed by a hetero-oligomer of gp13 and structure gp14. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1774(8): 1036-1043

The neck region of plasmodesmata: general architecture and some functional aspects. NATO ASI series: Series H: Cell biology6(46): 145-170

The necrophagous Scarabaeinae beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeinae) from a coffee plantation in Chiapas, Mexico: habits and phenology. Coleopterists' bulletin 41(3): 225-232

The necropsy book.

The necrosis-chlorosis model in tan spot of wheat. Advances in tan spot research: proceedings of the second International Tan Spot Workshop: held on June 25 and 26-1992 in Fargo ND LJ Francl JM Krupinsky and MP McMullen editors: 5

The necrotic stomatitis nephrosis syndrome: a detailed case study. Zimbabwe veterinary journal 24(1): 1-12

The nectar flow situation in Austria and its improvement. Bienenwelt 22(12): 273-275

The nectar plant Globularia. Pchelovodstvo (9) 9-10

The nectar-bearing capacity of some willow species (Salix sp.). Lesnictvi 16 (12) 1095-1100

The nectar-secreting hedge.

The nectaries of Aptenia cordifolia. Ultrastructure, translocation of 14C -labelled sugars, and a possible pathway of secretion. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenphysiologie = International journal of plant physiology04(2): 139-147

The nectaries of cotton.

The nectaries of plants. Pchelovodstvo 3 30-31

The nectaries of the cotton plant. Pchelovodstvo (9) 8-10

The nectaries of the lid in closed pitchers of Nepenthes khasiana (Nepenthaceae) secrete a digestive fluid. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 92(8): 1141-1144

The nectarine takes a step over the peach. Arboriculture Fruitiere (617): 14-34

The nectary and nectar secretion. Vcelarstvi 31 (6) 100-101

The nedun tree (Pericopsis mooniana) Description, characteristics, Sri Lanka. Bulletin Pacific Tropical Botanical Garden 12(4): 93-94

The need and justification for maintaining transboundary flood regimes: the Africa case. Natural resources journaler 31(1): 75-107

The need and means for increasing the area under vegetation in the Punjab State Forestry, India. Myforest 17(4): 209-214

The need and merits of promoting the consumption of milk & milk products. Documents International Dairy Federation: 49) 13-16

The need and possibilities of cattle improvement for higher milk protein production. Postepy nauk rolniczych5(4): 83-98

The need and possibilities of the application of germ-free method of pig rearing in Poland.

The need and possibility of better use of material for packaging in the production and circulation of foods. Prehrambeno tehnoloski revija Food technology review: 4 (1 2) 20-23

The need and priorities for research on BSE in the community. Current topics in veterinary medicine and animal science5(55): 263-268

The need and productivity of labor for crop production under irrigation conditions.

The need and the search for genetic markers in plant cell cultures. Developments in plant biology(5): 107-114

The need and theoretical basis for exploring wildlife value orientations cross-culturally. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 12(5): 297-305

The need for a Cooperative Extension service in an urban area.

The need for a U.S. food security reserve. Issue briefing paper United States Department of Agriculture Office of Governmental and Public Affairs: 1980 (543-80)

The need for a balanced approach to fertiliser use in pastoral farming Pastures, New Zealand. Proceedings of the Technical Conference New Zealand Fertiliser Manufacturers' Research Association: 54-58

The need for a better understanding of inbreeding effects on population growth. Animal conservation 10(3): 286-287

The need for a cell bank. International status of validation of in vitro toxicity tests: a report of the CAAT TCA workshop of June 16-20-1991: 3

The need for a chemical bank. International status of validation of in vitro toxicity tests: a report of the CAAT TCA workshop of June 16-20-1991: 8

The need for a closer coordinational between forestry and wood industry, or lessons to be derived from the Helsinki conference of May 1972.

The need for a co-ordinated scientific approach to the investigation of dog bite injuries. Veterinary Journal 172(3): 398-399

The need for a comparative approach to housing education in the United States. Housing and society0(3): 26-34

The need for a complete plan. Agri book magazine: (1) 84-85

The need for a comprehensive approach in the management of environmental resources. Water Resources Bulletin (Urbana) 9(3): 421-432

The need for a comprehensive approach to protecting rare plants: Florida as a case study. Natural resources journalnter 44(1): 125-162

The need for a coordinated response to food terrorism: the Wisconsin experience. Food and agricultural security: guarding against natural threats and terrorist attacks affecting health national food supplies and agricultural economics 81-183

The need for a cross-species approach to the study of pain in animals. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 224(5): 692-697

The need for a dual hierarchical approach to study plant disease suppression. Applied soil ecology: a section of Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment 1(2): 91-95

The need for a food ethic.

The need for a food supply-exclusive college of veterinary medicine. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 230(3): 342-343

The need for a forest fire management curriculum. Proceedings 36-238

The need for a fusion technology information program. International Symposium proceedings: 2th) 268-276

The need for a gene bank. Pakistan cottons 24(3): 263-264

The need for a home-based business association: a Nebraska profile. Economic development review 10(4): 80-82

The need for a livestock market news service in Arizona.

The need for a modified conservation reserve program.

The need for a monograph on the genus Cymbidium. Orchid advocate: 3 (4) 126-127

The need for a more effective biological nomenclature for the 21st century. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 109(4): 543-567

The need for a more efficient food processing in developing countries. Food processing by rural families: proceedings of the Seminar on Food Processing by Rural Families 20-22 May 1985 PCARRD Los Banos Laguna Philippines: 3

The need for a more efficient reorganization of forest management. Revue forestiere francaise: ) 466-471

The need for a multidisciplinary approach to genetic manipulation in plant breeding. Genetic manipulation in plant breeding: proceedings international symposium organized by EUCARPIA September 8-13-1985 Berlin West Germany editors W Horn et al: 882

The need for a national energy and food policy. Selected Speeches of John C: issioner, Texasdepartment of Agriculture, -1977, 13, 1976 45-50

The need for a national nutrition policy.

The need for a national outdoor recreation assessment: an SAF working group survey. Journal of forestry 83(1): 43-44

The need for a national plan of scientific exploration for the exclusive economic zone.

The need for a new toxicity testing and risk analysis paradigm to implement REACH or any other large scale testing initiative. Archives of Toxicology 81(5): 385-387

The need for a new wild flower protection law. Minnesota horticulturist: 106 (1) 22-23

The need for a preservative treatment to replace CCA salts. Australian forest industries journal and logger: 44 (6) 41

The need for a project of training of trainers on the safe use of pesticides in Latin America. Studies in environmental science8(18): 151-153

The need for a regional agriculture. New farm 1(5): 55-57

The need for a regional centre for forestplantation and tree improvement research in southeast Asia. Selection and Breeding to Improve Some Tropical Conifers: 395-401

The need for a regulatory measure for equitable flow of saleable milk produced in Punjab. Indian dairyman: 29 (1) 63-70

The need for a review in the dairy industry regulations.

The need for a scientific panel. International status of validation of in vitro toxicity tests: a report of the CAAT TCA workshop of June 16-20-1991: 6

The need for a sociological approach to nutrition. Problems in nutrition research today: 7-44

The need for a standard guide to the descriptive terms of bryophytes.

The need for a system of experimental forests in British Columbia. FRDA report: (BCFRAC 2) 5-10

The need for a tree-breeding program for certain hardwood-forest species: applications in the general Juglans and Acer.

The need for a uniform definition of meat quality and a su ggestion for such a definition. Fleischwirtschaft 54 (10) 1607-1609

The need for a veterinary antibiotic policy. Veterinary Record 145(2): 50-53

The need for action against mountain pine beetle on commercial timber and related lands Dendroctonus ponderosae. BC X Canadian Forestry Service Pacific Forest Research Centre: 30) 47-49

The need for action grows. Proceedings of Conference on Waste Reduction: 1-26

The need for action on disinfestation of grain and grain pro ducts by irradiation. Aspects of the Introduction of Food Irradiation in Developing Countries Proceedings: ub 1973) 1-5

The need for action: what is being done and plans for the future in British Columbia Silviculture, mountain pine beetle, Dendroctonus ponderosae. BC X Canadian Forestry Service Pacific Forest Research Centre: 30) 44-46

The need for action: what is being done in the forests of Alberta and plans for the future Mountain pine beetle, Dendroctonus ponderosae. BC X Canadian Forestry Service Pacific Forest Research Centre: 30) 41-43

The need for action: what is being done in the national forests of the United States and plans for the future Mountain pine beetle, Dendroctonus ponderosae. BC X Canadian Forestry Service Pacific Forest Research Centre: 30) 50-53

The need for advanced methods of production engineering. Kooperation 8 (5) 224-226

The need for alternatives to spraying: California perspective. Journal of arboriculture 6(2): 42-43

The need for aminoglycosides in combination with beta-lactams for high-risk, febrile neutropaenic patients with leukaemia. EJC Supplements 5(2): 13-22

The need for an American forest policy. American forests: 82 (3) 8-9

The need for an agroecological approach to pest management. Environmental management 4(6): 467-468

The need for an equity emphasis in agricultural transportation policy. Paper University of Missouri Columbia Dept of Agricultural Economics: (1982-14)

The need for an index to infra-taxonomic entities. Taxon 32(4): 622

The need for an inland fisheries policy in South Africa: A case study of the North West Province. Water SA (Pretoria) 33(4): 497-504

The need for an integrated approach in the use of automated information systems for archeological predictive modeling. General technical report RM Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station US Department of Agriculture Forest Service: 64) 109-116

The need for an integrated control strategy for orchard mouse damage. Proceedings of the Eastern Pine and Meadow Vole Symposium: st) 87-88

The need for an international certification scheme of improved tree fruit propagation material for developing countries. Acta Horticulturae: (130) 273-284

The need for an international experimental center for tropical aquaculture for Latin America. Proceedings Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute: (33rd) 30-33

The need for an utilization of manpower in a cooperative association.

The need for and economics of pesiticide use Production and preservation of food, feed and fiber, American agriculture, USA. Proceedings California Weed Conference: 4th) 36-53

The need for and possibility of mechanizing agricultural production of individual farms in the most productive regions of Yugoslavia. Glasnik poljoprivredne proiznodnje prerade i plasmana: 24 (4) 1-72

The need for and some kinds of multi-county regional planning in Indiana.

The need for and the needs of trained workers. Budownictwo wiejskie: 26 (12) 3-5

The need for animal protein in human diets. Role of Centrosema Desmodium and Stylosanthes in improving tropical pastures edited by RL Burt et al

The need for animal trials Forage breeding programs. Proceedings Southern Pasture and Forage Crop Improvement Conference: 9th) 61-66

The need for animals in research. California veterinarian 37(1): 79-80

The need for applied demonstrational technology in bridging the gap. Proceedings of the annual meeting: 2d 44-46

The need for appropriate environmental health technology in Africa Safe drinking water and wastewater disposal. Water and waste engineering in Africa: proceedings edited by John Pickford and Susan Ball: 2

The need for asparagus breeding in New Zealand. New Zealand journal of experimental agriculture0(1): 101-109

The need for attention to details. Agricultural aviation 13(8): 12-14

The need for bacteriological checks on the environment in meat processing factories. Fleischwirtschaft 56 (3) 331-334

The need for bees in sunflowers. Queensland agricultural journal 106(2): 125-126

The need for better focus in the rural health clinic program.

The need for better nutritional care. who's responsible?. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 67(3): 219-221

The need for better selection techniques: a plant breeders view. Tracer Techniques for Plant Breeding Proceedings of apanel: ub 1975) 3-7

The need for better specification of the animal model in the test situation. Papers and abstracts Symposium on Design of Experiments and Quality of Laboratory Animals Kuopio 5-7 October 1978 editors Timo Nevalainen and Kia Pelkonen: 5

The need for biological realism in habitat modeling: a reinterpretation of Zharikov et al. (2006). Landscape ecology 22(9): 1273-1281

The need for biostatistical education in veterinary medicine. Veterinary Research Communications 7(1-4): 427-428

The need for broad inventories. Inventory Design and Analysis Proceedings of a Workshop: ub 1975) 204-211

The need for care in attributing lectotypification. Taxon 36(2): 436-437

The need for care in choosing lectotypes. Taxon 21 (5 6) 635-637

The need for careful organisation and control. Livestock farming: 13 (3) 64

The need for centralized cooperative marketing of finished dairy products in the Northeast. Proceedings Northeastern Dairy Conference Rochester New York: -12

The need for change in postgraduate education, faculty development, and recruitment in American and Canadian veterinary colleges. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 201(4): 544-546

The need for change in the exploitation of domesticated livestock. Exploitation of animals in Africa: proceedings of a colloquium at the University of Aberdeen March 1987 edited by Jeffrey C Stone: 3

The need for change, the legacy TMI.

The need for chelated trace minerals. Veterinary Medicine, Small Animal Clinician 69(4): 467-468

The need for chemical control of pests and the use of fertilisers. Pollution and the Use of Chemicals in Agriculture De G Irvine and B Knights eds: -15

The need for child representation reform: policy issues and new roles for family specialists. Family relations 43(1): 81-85

The need for cleaning systems up to year 2000.

The need for closer collaboration between the medical and veterinary professions. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 56(6): 849-858

The need for co ordination of forestry research in Malaysia. Malayan forester: 40 (1) 52-55

The need for comparative pharmacologists in industrial and academic research. Federation Proceedings 36(1): 124-126

The need for compost quality standards. BioCycle 32(8): 44

The need for consensus on natural resources issues. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference: 0th) 4-9

The need for conservation is immediate. South African sugar journal: 53 (4) 236-238

The need for content in home demonstration programs as indicated by club members in the state of Oklahoma.

The need for continuous training in food factories. International Journal of Food Microbiology 11(2): 119-125

The need for cooperation and communication. Proceedings of the annual meeting: 3d 3-6

The need for cooperation of the agricultural extension worker with the geodesic service. Sluzba rolna: (5) 24-25

The need for cooperative education.

The need for cooperative education in Oklahoma.

The need for cooperative land use planning. Special report Agricultural Experiment Station Oregon State University: (583) 72-73

The need for correction factors in beef cattle breeding. Proceedings Conference of the Australian Association of Animal Breeding and genetics: theme: Definition measurement and recording in livestock improvement: st) 179

The need for critical appraisal of ground ULV applicators. Pesticides 9 (8) 21-27

The need for cutting citrus production costs.

The need for date coding. Florists' review 181(5): 12