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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 17507

Chapter 17507 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



The well dressed 4-H club girl.

The well family.

The well of wheat.

The well trained tree. GC and HTJ the horticulture and amenity weekly1, 186(12): 17

The well-appointed web page. Public garden: the journal of the American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta 19(1): 8-9

The well-being of agricultural animals.

The well-being of animals in zoo and aquarium sponsored research.

The well-being of captive marine mammals: concerns and conflicts. Well being of animals in zoo and aquarium sponsored research 7-71

The well-being of children: empirical findings and implications for prevention and intervention. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 48(8): 741-743

The well-being of dairy cows in hot and humid climates. I. Housing and effects of heat stress. Compendium on continuing education for the practicing veterinarian: 18S137-S143

The well-being of dairy cows in hot and humid climates. II. Reducing stress. Compendium on continuing education for the practicing veterinarian: 18S242-S247

The well-being of farm animals.

The well-being of farm animals: exploring the intersection between values and technology. Local and global considerations in animal agriculture: the big picture, USDA, Jefferson Auditorium, Washington, DC, USA, 22 September 2004: 32-40

The well-being of migrant farm workers in New York State. Human ecology forumer 17(2): 20-22

The well-being of older women: the importance of pet and human relations. Anthrozoos ng 3(4): 245-252

The well-being of only children. Adolescence 24(93): 155-166

The well-being of poultry in research. Poultry Science 86(8): 1609-1610

The well-chosen garden.

The well-decorated garden.

The well-designed development program. Public garden: journal of the American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta 7(3): 26-30

The well-fed lawn. Organic gardening 31(9): 42

The well-known Haberlea rhodopen. Priroda i znanie: 6 (8) 21-23

The well-managed community hospital.

The well-modulated lobster: the roles of serotonin, octopamine, and proctolin in the lobster nervous system. Pesticide biochemistry and physiology 22(2): 133-147

The well-nourished vegetarian. New scientist 89(1239): 330-333

The well-paved path. Organic gardening 31(11): 53-55

The well-placed weed.

The well-planned garden.

The well-seasoned wood rick: A guide for curing and storage of firewood. Organic gardening 26(9): 143

The well-shod gardener. Harrowsmith country life 10(60): 52-57

The well-tempered conservatory. Greenhouse 5(3): 63-65

The well-tempered garden.

The well-traveled tomato. Nutrition today 29(4): 21-33

The wellbeing of nations.

The wellness encyclopedia of food and nutrition.

The wellness mobile: bringing preventative health services to rural communities. Small town 27(2): 26-29

The wellness program of the national forests in Alabama. Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters National Convention: 11-413

The wellness support group: a model for participant directed programs. Wallingford Wellness Project: an innovative health promotion program with older adults Stephanie FallCreek and Sue Bailey Stam editors: 8

The wellness way to weight loss.

The wellness way--nutrition. Food and nutrition collection: [77]

The wellness way--weight control. Food and nutrition collection: [76]

The wellness way: aerobic exercise. Food and nutrition collection: [11]

The wellness way; managing stress. Food and nutrition collection: (34)

The west coast of South America with Sydney A. Clark.

The west coast storm of September 1969 and somee large fallen trees.

The west converts its front yards. Pacific horticulture 54(3): 20-25

The west of England flying tumbler.

The western Cape Lowland Fynbos--what is there left to conserve?. Veld and flora 68(4): 98-99

The western European particleboard industry--signposts 1993. Proceedings of the Washington State University International Particleboard Composite Materials Symposium: 7) 119-132

The western Himalayas and Kashmir.

The western Maryland connection: water and highways. Appalachia ng 25(2): 34-39

The western azalea on Stagecoach Hill. Pacific horticulture: ng 38 (1) 28-33

The western bean cutworm on beans and corn.

The western boll weevil eradication program: extension perspective. Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences(2): 614

The western cattle feeding industry.

The western cedar pole borer or powder worm.

The western corn rootworm. Montguide MT: Agriculture Montana State University Cooperative Extension Service: 84 (8409)

The western dairyman.

The western end of Lake Erie and its ecology. The western end of Lake Erie and its ecology XX+ 479 p Illus

The western flower thrips: friend, foe, or disinterested bystander?. Kern cotton University of California Cooperative Extension Service: 1985

The western grain receipt stabilization proposal.

The western grass-stem sawfly.

The western hemlock looper in British Columbia 1911-1980 Lambdina fiscellaria lugubrosa. BC X Canadian Forestry Service Pacific Forest Research Centre: (234)

The western horse.

The western lands, 1776-84: catalyst for nationhood. Journal of forest history 31(3): 133-138

The western limits of distribution of the sedge grass Carex transsilvanica Schur on the flysch of the Czechoslovakian Carpathians. Casopis Moravskeho musea Acta Musei Moraviae Vedy prirodni scientiae naturales: (Pub 1973), 56 57 147-154

The western odyssey of John Simpson Smith, frontiersman, trapper, trader, and interpreter.

The western pelham. Horse and rider 19(10): 24-27

The western pine beetle.

The western prairie fringed orchid (Platanthera praeclara Sheviak and Bowles) in the Great Plains, with particular reference to North Dakota. Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science 42(42): 4

The western rail service crisis: one year later. Agricultural outlook (257) 16-19

The western range cattle industry study.

The western range revisited.

The western rock lobster fishery 1976-77 Australia. Report Western Australia Dept of Fisheries and Fauna: (48)

The western spruce budworm dynamics model.

The western spruce budworm in the Northern Rocky Mountains--ecological relations and silvicultural management strategies. Silvicultural management strategies for pests of the interior Douglas fir and Grand fir forest types: proc of a symposium held Feb 14-16-1984 Spokane WA compiled and edited by: DM Baumgartner Russ Mitchell: 4

The western spruce budworm problem in the northern, central, and southern Rocky Mountains in 1974.

The western water policy review advisory commission: another look at western water. Natural resources journal 37(4): 909-922

The western world. Dairy farmer and dairy beef producer 27(11): 27

The westgate story.

The westward movement in the United States.

The westward movement of the cotton economy, 1840-1860.

The westward movement of the wheat growing industry in the United States.

The wet eye. Veterinary annual4(24): 329-338

The wet grassland guide.

The wet or dry debate .

The wet snowing and freezing and. Gorsko stopanstvo: 27 (11) 7-11

The wet tropics--the South Johnstone story Australia, pasture research. Role of Centrosema Desmodium and Stylosanthes in improving tropical pastures edited by RL Burt et al: 2

The wet-and-dry tropics of Mexico and Central America. Pacific horticultureer 51(4): 10-17

The wetback in the lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas.

The wether: set fair?. Country life: 161 (4162) 894-895

The wetland agricultural system in Western Province.

The wetland edge as a community and its value to wildlife. Selected proceedings of the Midwest Conference on Wetland Values and Management June 17-19-1981 Radison St Paul Hotel editor Brandt Richardson sponsors Minnesota Water Planning Board et al: 5

The wetland mapping procedure.

The wetland vascular flora of four seeps in McDonough County, Illinois. Phytologia 56(1): 1-15

The wetland vegetations as a relict in the agricultural desert on the Hungarian Bodrogkoz. Cereal Research Communications 35(2, Part 1): 405-408

The wetlands. Ecology today: 2 (2) 32-36

The wetlands analytical mapping system--WAMS USA. Analytical Plotter Symposium and Workshop: under the auspices of the Instrumentation Committee of the American Society of Photogrammetry April 20-25-1980 Sheraton Inn International Conference Center Reston Virginia: 270

The wetlands and drainage controversy. Minnesota agricultural economist: 568 1-2

The wetlands and drainage controversy - revisited. Minnesota agricultural economist Agricultural Extension Service University of Minnesota: 81 (626)

The wetlands coverage of the Clean Water Act is revisited by the Supreme Court.

The wetlands dilemma. Economic development reviewer 10(3): 56-57

The wetlands issue and economic development: the case of Ouachita Parish, Louisiana. Economic development reviewer 10(3): 80-82

The wetlands of Lake Victoria (East Africa); dynamics and challenges. Wetlands Ecology and Management 15(6): 441-535

The wetlands permitting process.

The wettability of cellulose film as affected by vapor-phase adsorption of amphipathic molecules.

The wettability of scoured and dried cotton fabrics. Textile research journal 50(10): 624-631

The wettability of sevin and DDT-LINDANE mixed with different acaricides using different waters.

The wetting ability of forest fire foam. PNFI technical reports: (6)

The wetting and penetration of phenolic and ligno-sulfonate resins as possible indicators of bond strength for board. Proceedings 2th) 305-315

The wetting and wettability of fourth generation nylon carpet fibers. Textile chemist and colorist 18(8): 17-25

The wetting of cellulose and wood hemicelluloses. Journal of Polymer Science: Polymer Symposia 28(1): 115-142

The wetting of pigments by linseed oils and paint vehicles.

The wetwood problem in the forest products industry. Proceedings annual meeting Western Dry Kiln Clubs: 0th) 115-124

The whale and the supercomputer.

The whaling season.

The what and how of hybrid corn.

The What And Why Of Agricultural Experiment Stations. Science 14(340): 96-100

The what and why of an aAMA certified farm markets program.

The what and why of the National Land-Capability Inventory.

The what and why of winemaking: a brief introduction to the practice and theory of sensory evaluation. Journal American Wine Society 25(3): 76-83

The what to eat if you have cancer cookbook.

The what why how of Oklahoma seed certification.

The what, when, where and how of feasibility studies.

The whatawhata way.

The wheat and the milling industry in Ethiopia.

The wheat book.

The wheat bulb fly.

The wheat bulb fly on winter wheat. Publication Scottish Agricultural Colleges East of Scotland: 80 (55)

The wheat chain in Algeria.

The wheat cultivar Wakamatsu-k. Tohoku Nogyo Shikenjo kenkyu hokoku = Bulletin of the Tohoku National Agricultural Experiment Station: (69) 1-25

The wheat curl mite, Aceria tulipae Keifer, in relation to epidemiology and control of wheat streak mosaic.

The wheat embryo cell-free system. Methods in Enzymology 30: 749-754

The wheat extension program. Special report Oregon State University Agricultural Experiment Station: 4?] (718) 254-261

The wheat flour milling industry.

The wheat from 1971 harvest.

The wheat industry.

The wheat jointworm.

The wheat jointworm and its control.

The wheat jointworm in Oregon, with special reference to its dispersion, injury, and parasitization. U S Dept Agric Tech Bul 784: 1-48

The wheat jointworm in Oregon, with special reference to its dispersion, injury, and parasitization.

The wheat karyotype. Cytology and genetics0(5): 66-72

The wheat land in Australia. Muhle Mischfuttertechnik: 114 (31) 449-450

The wheat midge , an infrequently noted wheat pest. Uroda 4 (4) 187

The wheat midge in the Pacific Northwest. U S Dept Agric Circ 732: 1-8

The wheat mitochondrial genome. Levings, C S , III [Editor], Vasil, I K [Editor] Advances in Cellular and Molecular Biology of Plants, Vol 3; The molecular biology of plant mitochondria 345-364

The wheat outlook. pastoral review: 84 (4) 273

The wheat outlook: bullish. Agribusiness decision 9(4): 9

The wheat poll: Do wheat producers favor mandatory limits on production?. Food and fiber economics Texas Agricultural Extension Service The Texas AandM University System 15(7)

The wheat pools and development of federal transportation policy for Canadian railways 1960-70. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics/Revue canadienne d'agroeconomie 19(1): 118-129

The wheat pricing policies in Pakistan.

The wheat problem.

The wheat problem and other fundamental questions of Spanish agriculture.

The wheat program in the 1990s.

The wheat prototype study within an overall conceptual framework of competitiveness. US competitiveness in the world wheat market: proceedings of a research conference June 1986

The wheat rusts.

The wheat scab epidemic of 1982 Fusarium graminearum, Nebraska. Farm ranch and home quarterly Nebraska Agricultural Experiment Stationer 29(4): 7-9

The wheat situation.

The wheat situation a farmers view.

The wheat situation and outlook.

The wheat situation as seen by an agronomist.

The wheat situation in Algeria. Proceedings of the First Wheat Workshop El Batan Mexico: 5-19

The wheat situation in Peru. Proceedings of the First Wheat Workshop El Batan Mexico: 9-60

The wheat situation in north Africa and Nigeria.

The wheat situation in the Eastern Mediterranean.

The wheat stem maggot. FS fact sheet Oregon State University Extension Service: 83 (298)

The wheat stem maggots of the genus Meromyza in the Pacific Northwest.

The wheat stem sawfly. Montguide MT: Agriculture Montana State University Cooperative Extension Service: 85 (8506)

The wheat stem sawfly in Montana. Montana Sta War Circ 6: 1-7

The wheat story for preschoolers. Ag in the classroom: [92]

The wheat strawworm and its control.

The wheat trap.

The wheat variety in intensive agriculture.

The wheat war of 1994: comment. Canadian journal of agricultural economics 47(1): 89-104

The wheaten flower tick.

The wheatgrasses.

The wheats of Kirghizia. Trudy po prikladnoaei botanike genetike i seleketisii: 0 (1) 61-84

The wheats of Transcaucasia a.

The wheats of Transcaucasia and their significance in the evolution of the genus Triticum L. 3. the spelt wheats of Transcaucasia (Triticum macha Dek. et Men., Triticum spelta L. ssp. spelta Dorof., ssp. kuckuckianum Gokg. and ssp. vavilovii Sears).

The wheats of the Transcaucasia (botanical composition, evolution and role in breeding).

The wheel of innovation. Technological forecasting and social change 44(3): 265-282

The wheel reinvented. New Zealand journal of agriculture 147(2): 8-9

The wheel tractor ZT 305.

The wheelchair gourmet.

The wheelwrights shop.

The where and when of linguistic word-level prosody. Neuropsychologia 45(11): 2638-2642

The whey proteins as indicators of the physiological or of the pathological status of the mammary gland. Annales de medecine veterinaire: 119 (7) 467-477

The whey proteins of pig's milk. Isolation and characterization of a beta-lactoglobulin. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 200(3): 449-458

The whey to make Ricotta.

The whip and the seal: changing patterns of leadership and authority in Peruvian villages.

The whip and tongue graft: easy way to more fruit in half the time.

The whiplash shaken infant syndrome: what has been learned?. Child Abuse & Neglect 10(2): 211-221

The whiplashed generation. Farm journaly 113(9): 28-29

The whisk(e)y treasury.

The whisky men.

The whisky production.

The whistling ducks-Dendrocygna-which cause damage in cultivated rice of Venezuela (Aves, Anatidae). Memoria Sociedad de Ciencias Naturales La Salle 41(115): 105-115

The whistling hunters.

The white blood cell picture of healthy and anemic Swedish Landrace piglets. Veterinarski glasnik6(6): 505-512

The white blood cells in pigs as. Veterinarna sbirka: 3 (3) 10-12

The white blood picture in high-pregnant heifers before parturition and in the course of their peruperium.

The white blood picture in male coypu in the postnatal period Ontogenesis, leucocytes, leucogram.1. Veterinarni medicina Ceskoslovenska akademie zemedelska Ustav vedeckotechnickych informaci pro zemedelstvi 27(6): 337-348

The white blood picture in sexually mature female cattle with special reference to sexual conditions.

The white blue wrong way. Lohnunternehmen in Land und Forstwirtschaft: 30 (10) 309-310

The white book.

The white cattle of Wales. Country life: 157 (4058) 931-932

The white egg potential. Small farm today 20(3): 22-23

The white fir (Abies alba Mill.) in Yugoslavia. Forstarchiv 53(5): 172-180

The white fir, Abies concolor, in the Herrenberg region of West Germany. Mitteilungen des Vereins fur Forstliche Standortskunde und Forstpflanzenzuchtung: (29) 33-38

The white flower garden. Pacific horticulture 48(3): 52

The white fly, Trialeurodes vaporariorum and its natural enemy, the parasite Encarsia formosa. Vaxtskyddsnotiser 9 (5) 102-107

The white form of Agapanthus walshii L. Bol. Veld and flora 69(1): 21

The white fruit form of Vaccinium uliginosum in the Mariisk ASSR. Rastitel'nye resursy: 1 (2) 242-247

The white grub in the northern part of Tamaulipas State. Circular CIAGON Campo Agricola Experimental de Rio Bravo: 79 (1)

The white grub in upper Michigan and northern Wisconsin 1-2 year old red pine plantations.

The white grub problem in India and the potential for its microbial control. Use of pathogens in scarab pest management edited by Trevor A Jackson and Travis R Glare: 276

The white hellebore. Kosmos 73 (2) 110-112

The white lace lerp in southeastern Australia. Dynamics of forest insect populations: patterns causes implications edited by Alan A Berryman: 140

The white lupin suspensor. Proceedings Southern African Electron Microscopy Society = Verrigtings Elektronmikroskopievereniging van Suidelike Afrika 8(8): 113-114

The white muscle disease of lambs. Magyar allatorvosok lapja: 33 (3) 186-188

The white mushroom. Revue horticole suisse 52(6): 198-199

The white paper on cooperation and reorganisation of agricultural marketing in Maharashtra. Indian cooperative review: 8 (2) 194-204

The white partridge.

The white pine blister rust disease.

The white pine plantations an. Phytoprotection 50 (1) 32-37

The white pine weevil.

The white pine weevil in British Columbia: biology and damage. FRDA report: 7-22

The white pine weevil in Maine.

The white plant-hopper, an occasional pest of cocoa in Sabah. Planter 59(689): 344-351

The white pock (micron) mutants of rabbit poxvirus. III. Terminal DNA sequence duplication and transposition in rabbit poxvirus. Cell 22(2): 544-553

The white rat of Hawkins Hall.

The white raven and birds of paradise.

The white rust of Chrysanthemum. Ogrodnictwo 15(11): 290-291

The white scourge.

The white scours problems. Cattle 5 (4) 234-235

The white stem borer of coffee, Xylotrichus quadripes Chev. Indian coffee 47(3): 5-20

The white straw bottleneck. Arable farming: 5 (5) 47

The white sturgeon comes to California. Aquaculture magazine 10(1): 22-24

The white wagtail.

The white willow. Bienenvater 94 (8 9) 253-254

The white-backed planthopper. Indian farming 31(8): 29,33

The white-eyes eradication effort in California. Proceedings Vertebrate Pest Conference: (11th) 188-191

The white-flowered European Sedum species. 2. Cytotaxonomic notes on Sedum album L. and Sedum gypsicolum Boiss. & Reuter. Proceedings Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen Series C: Biological and medical sciences, 85(4): 677-691

The white-ivory mutation and its revertants. Year book Carnegie Institution of Washington: 80-182

The white-letter hairstreak (Strymonidia W-Album Knoch): as national survey Great Britain. Entomologist's record and journal of variation 95(7-8): 139-140

The white-letter hairstreak: Strymonidia w-album Knoch. Entomologist's record and journal of variation 92(10): 254-255

The white-pine blister rust.

The white-tailed deer.

The white-tailed deer in Alabama.

The white-tailed deer in North Carolina.

The white-tailed deer in southern farming areas: Trophy or nuisance?. Spring summer 10 (1 2) 21-24

The white-tailed deer in the Edwards Plateau region of Texas.

The white-tailed deer, Odocoileus virginianus, a new host for Psoroptes sp. Journal of Parasitology 56(5): 1038-1038

The whitefly Encarsia system: a model for biological control on short term greenhouse crops. ARS NE: 85 71-73

The whitefly of citrus in Valencia Province.

The whitefly plan: 5-year update. Agricultural research 45(2): 4-12

The whitefringed beetle --an increasingthreat. Peanut farmer: 11 (2) 36

The whitening and sterility of Gramineae ears. Probleme agricole: 25 (12) 56-58

The whitetail deer.

The whole ICE catalog.

The whole Internet.

The whole Internet users guide & catalog. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 45(2): 117-118

The whole bole system: a conditioned dual equation system fota in even aged stands. Canadian journal of forest research: 7 (3) 488-497

The whole chile pepper book.

The whole crop biorefinery project.

The whole earth online almanac.

The whole farm plan: looking at the big picture.

The whole farm planner.

The whole fungus.

The whole grain bake book.

The whole hog.

The whole manager.

The whole milk equalisation scheme in the metropolitan producing area for Adelaide. Australian journal of dairy technology 27 (2) 41-42

The whole nation gives its thanks to farmers, a speech made by Prime Minister at the Central Harvest Festival in Poznan. Nowe rolnictwo: 6 30, 23 (18) 1-3

The whole organic food book.

The whole party and the whole people go in for agriculture in a big way.

The whole seed catalog.

The whole story. Prairie garden: 32 112-113

The whole story: how to find the best breads. Nutrition action health letter 32(3): 13-15

The whole tree.

The whole tree logging method of Mecsek.

The whole village center: a model for promoting client access to services in rural areas. Human services in the rural environment Winter 1996 19(2-3): 25-28

The whole wheat story. Family health: 8 (5) 45

The whole year in motion. Landmasch markt: 7, 48(19) 10-12,14

The whole yogurt story. Organic gardening 26(5): 108-112

The whole-body counter as an instrument for studying the input-output relationships of mineral elements.

The whole-grain story. Tufts University health and nutrition letter 23(5): 4-5

The wholesale baker as a supplier to the in-store bakery. Proceedings annual meeting of the American Society of Bakery Engineers: 6th) 120-127

The wholesale food marketing facilities at Grand Rapids, Michigan.

The wholesale fruit and vegetable market in Damascus. Revue de geographie de Lyon3(3): 195-209

The wholesale fruit and vegetable market of Cincinnati, present operations and future needs.

The wholesale fruit and vegetable markets of New York city.

The wholesale grocery industry.

The wholesale meat salesman in the midst of the beef cattle market.

The wholesale produce market at Birmingham, Ala.

The wholesale produce market at Huntington, W. Va.

The wholesaler who depends on retailers to know the market or create the market has no future. Florists' review, 164(4263): 46

The wholesalers and papayas.

The wholesomeness of irradiated food.

The wholesomeness of irradiated food and its military implications.

The wholesomeness of irradiated foods. Activities report 17(2): 111-113

The wholesomeness testing of irradiated beef.

The wholesomeness testing of radappertized, enzyme-inactivated beef.

The why and how of capital credits.

The why and how of garden design.

The why and how of home horticulture.

The why and how of plant labels. Grounds maintenance: 13 (10) 27-28

The why and how of rural zoning.

The why and how of soil testing. Horticult 48 (5) 20-21

The why and how of those A.I. young sire programs.

The why and how of university education outside the classroo m for water resources.

The why and how of welfare reform. Increasing understanding of ic problems and policies: 53-160

The why and how of worksite financial management seminars. Journal of extensioner 27(27): 28-29

The why and how to scientific literature. Fisheries 5(5): 18-19

The why and where of surface water management.

The why and where of vaccination.

The why and wherefore of the Diesel.

The why of liming soils.

The whys and hows of a Central Bull Testing Station. Miscellaneous ication: (143) 33

The whys and hows of passion fruit growing in Queensland. Combined proceedings International Plant Propagators' Societyub 1981) 30(30): 616-617

The why, how, and what of nutrition research.

The why, what and how of agricultural weather information for burley tobacco growers. AG North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service North Carolina State University: (376,rev) 100-102

The why, what and how of soil conservation districts.

The whys and hows of greenhouse heating.

The whys and hows of revising the USGA green construction recommendations. USGA Green Section record: 4-6

The whys and hows of teleology in evolutionary explanations: a reply to Wicken. Taxon 36(4): 731-733

The whys and hows: Incorporating writing in agricultural courses. NACTA journal National Association of Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture 30(2): 22-25

The whys and whats of food cravings. Cereal foods world 40(5): 396

The whys and whats of objective texture measurements. Canadian Institute of Food Technology journal: 2 (4) 150-156

The whys and wherefores of exotic diease insurance Poultry industry, Australia. Proceedings: third Australian Poultry and Stock Feed Convention Surfers International 23rd 28th tember 1979 Australian Chicken Meat Federation et al: 3

The whys and wherefores of potash for pasture.

The whys of food preservation. Yearbook of agriculture: 98-303

The whys of nitrogen loss. California and Western States grape grower: 9

The wide and colorful range of Fred Renner. Rangelands 2(2): 47-50

The wide economic impact of the production of farmers fixed capital.

The wide road of mechanization. Subtropicheskie kul'tury: 183-185

The wide world of Ficus. Grounds maintenance: 11 (11) 20

The wide world of food service brushes.

The wide world of geotextiles. Grounds maintenance 23(4): 42

The wide-line proton magnetic resonance spectra of some celluloses.

The widened search for leaner beef.

The widening circle.

The widening cycle.

The widening horizon. Australian orchid review 46(3): 164-166

The widening of economic opportunity through TVA.

The widening of valley incisions by soil fall in a forested Keuper area, Luxembourg. Earth surface processes: 2 (2 3) 141-152

The wider role of the cooperat.

The wider social impacts of changes in the structure of agricultural businesses. CRR Research Report Centre for Rural Research, University of Exeter (14): 105 pp

The wider use of the organizational experience that exists within the WPSA. World's poultry science journal 43(3): 247-250

The widespread American interest in bonsai. Flower and garden Western edition: 17 (7) 38-39

The widespread occurrence of cattle brucellosis in Czechoslovakia.

The widespread occurrence of mandibular grooves in aculeate Hymenoptera. J. Georgia ent. Soc.: 5: 185-196

The widespread use of chemicals.

The widespread use of technology in forestry operations. Vestnik Ceskoslovenske akademie zemedelske 2 (8) 349-354

The widespreading of some perrennial weeds of the Poaceae family.

The widow spiders of Florida.

The widows pension regulation proposed in the second Agricultural Social Security Act. Agrarwirtschaft 28(5): 129-136

The widowed. Handbook on the aged in the United States edited by Erdman B Palmore: 124

The width of clear-fellings in pine stands. Lesnicka prace: 4 (4) 160-164

The wild & scenic Snake River guide, 1997.

The wild Argentine species Solanum gourlayi Hawk., a source of resistance to mosaic virus. Soviet agricultural sciences: ) 20-22

The wild almond species. Options mediterraneennes: (32) 28-43

The wild and cultivated bananas of the Philippines.

The wild and the sown.

The wild as a host for Heterakis gallinarum and Histomonas meleagridis. Bulletin 11 (3) 376-381

The wild beans of southwestern North America Macroptilium, Phaseolus, description, distribution. Desert plants(2): 67-71

The wild bees (Apoidea, Hymenoptera) in the biological communities of the blossoming red clover. Polskie pismo entomologiczne Bulletin entomologique de la Pologne: 46 (1) 145-153

The wild berry areas in Poland. Acta Horticulturae 165: 97-98

The wild boar.

The wild boar: occurrence and management of the species in Brazil. Natureza and Conservacao 5(2): 101-114

The wild carrot (Daucus carota L.) and its biology and essential oil content in Moldavia.

The wild cats.

The wild coffee trees in Central Africa. Results of a prospecting mission (January-February 1975). Cafe cacao thet 22(3): 171-186

The wild coffee trees of Kenya: survey and cultivation prospects. Cafe cacao the 24(2): 101-112

The wild coffee trees of Tanzania. Results of a survey mission carried out from 5 March to 11 April 1982. Cafe cacao the 27(4): 245-258

The wild cucurbit, apodanthera undulata Gray, as a source of vegetable oil. Monograph American Oil Chemists' Society: ) 319-323

The wild cyclamen of Montrose. American horticulturist 64(10): 26-29

The wild deer capturing facilities for the deer farming. Proceedings the 5th AAAP Animal Science Congress May 27 June 1-1990 Taipei Taiwan Re ic of China

The wild flowering plants of Bahrain.

The wild flowers and ferns of the district round Folkestone.

The wild flowers of California, their names, haunts, and habits.

The wild flowers of California:.

The wild flowers of Kuwait and Bahrain.

The wild flowers of eight castles.

The wild foods of Great Britain.

The wild garden.

The wild gardener.

The wild gardens of Highway 36. Fremontia 15(2): 11-17

The wild gingers. Winter 35 (1) 4-8

The wild goats of Wales.

The wild growing red clover as an initial material fro selection in the Northwest zone.

The wild harvest and marketing of kangaroos.

The wild heart of Florida.

The wild hop native to Japan.

The wild horse.

The wild horse and allocation of public resources.

The wild horse controversy.

The wild horse dilemma: background, prospective, and action. Rangelands 5(4): 164-166

The wild horse gatherers.

The wild horse in North America. Your ic landser 35(1): 3-5

The wild horse laws. Utah Science 40(2): 45-50

The wild horse on the national resource lands. a status report. Our ic lands: ng 26 (2) 13-15

The wild horse population of Stone Cabin Valley, Nevada: a preliminary report.

The wild hosts of aphid pests. Proceedings Pest pathogens and vegetations: ub 1981) 285-298

The wild jackasses.

The wild lawn handbook.

The wild life of Allan Savory. Rangelands 22(1): 6-10

The wild life of the domestic cat.

The wild mammals of Missouri.

The wild mushrooms. Canadian Audubon: 33 (3) 68-71

The wild oat (Avena fatua) and its control. Land und forstwirtschaftliche Forschung in Osterreich: 307-317

The wild oat inflorescence and seed.

The wild oat: Position and possibilities of chemical control.

The wild oats pilot project. North Dakota farm research North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station 39(4): 25-30

The wild oats--a new weed in the Swiss grain-growing regions. Grune 4, 98 (30) 1069-1073

The wild onions of California. Pacific horticultureng 47(1): 19-23

The wild orchids of Arizona and New Mexico.

The wild orchids of Britain.

The wild orchids of California.

The wild orchids of North America, north of Mexico.

The wild ots in Switzerland. Revue suisse d'agriculture: 4 (3) 114-116

The wild peach the Kiggelaria africana. Veld and flora: 734

The wild pomegranate (Punica granatum L.).. Poljoprivreda i sumarstvo4(3-4): 261-263

The wild predecessors of cultivated plants in the Soviet Union.

The wild rabbit.

The wild rainbow trout in Virginia. Virginia wildlife: 4326-27

The wild relatives of cultivated plants and their distribution in the USSR.

The wild rice industry: economic analysis of rapid growth and implications for Minnesota. Staff paper P University of Minnesota Dept of Agricultural and Applied Economics: 986 (86-25)

The wild rice plant Zizania species, North America, Distribution, germination, growth. Extension bulletin Agricultural Extension Service University of Minnesota: 64) 6-9

The wild rose , a promising crop. Ovoshtarstvo 8(11): 43-44

The wild service tree Sorbus torminalis in Epping Forest. London naturalist: 56 22-28

The wild service tree in the international market. Chile Forestal (330): 48-51

The wild silk moths of North America.

The wild trees.

The wild trout.

The wild turkey in Alabama.

The wild turkey in Colorado.

The wild turkey in North Carolina.

The wild turkey in South Dakota.

The wild turkey in South Dakotas prairie woodlands.

The wild turkey in Virginia:.

The wild turkey status and outlook in 1979. Proceedings of the Fourth National Wild Turkey Symposium March 2-5-1980 Little Rock Arkansas edited by James M Sweeney

The wild vegetables of Southeast Asia. American horticulturist: ng 55 (3) 22-25

The wild woods.

The wild-boar park of Auberive.

The wilder, the better, for cotton agronomist. MAFES research highlights Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station 53(11): 2

The wilderness dilemma: value vs. values. General technical report SE US Department of Agriculture Forest Service Southeastern Forest Experiment Station: (78) 309-311

The wilderness discovery program for poverty youth--Idaho takes the lead. Focus on renewable natural resources94 19(19): 16

The wilderness fire management plan. USDA Forest Service general technical report INT Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station: (182) 136-137

The wilderness idea from a socio-economic perspective. Departmental staff report: 79 (11)

The wilderness legacy of John Muir--150 years from Fountain Lake Farm to world wilderness. General technical report RM Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station US Department of Agriculture Forest Service: (193) 135-140

The wilderness movement and the national forests.

The wilderness movement comes east. Forest notes: Winter 127 8-12

The wilderness threats matrix.

The wilderness threats matrix: a framework for assessing impacts. Research paper INT 94 (475)

The wilderness trapper.

The wilderness world of John Muir.

The wilderness year.

The wildest place on earth.

The wildest urban adventure of all. Garden 9(6): 22-27

The wildfire fiasco. American forests 99(5-6): 18-21

The wildfire survival guide.

The wildflower.

The wildflower book.

The wildflower gardeners guide.

The wildflower industry in Western Australia. Research paper: 18

The wildflowers of Florida.

The wildflowers of Westwoods. 2. Connecticut woodlands: ng 41 (1) 15-17

The wildland. USDA Forest Service general technical report PSW United States Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station: (101) 49-52

The wildland residential fire problem: a fire engineers perspective. General technical report US Department of Agriculture Forest Service Intermountain Research Station: (251) 105-111

The wildland-urban interface--a focus on fire protection. Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters National Convention: 29-534

The wildland-urban interface: future forest management near large cities. Report California Water Resources Center University of California: (75) 117-121

The wildland-urban interface: what it is, where it is and its fire management problems. General technical report US Department of Agriculture Forest Service Intermountain Research Station: (251) 160-165

The wildlife and countryside act, 1981 Insect conservation, legislation, Great Britain. Entomologist's record and journal of variation 94(3-4): 57-59

The wildlife game.

The wildlife garden.

The wildlife of Ladakh.

The wildlife of Taiwan and its.

The wildlife of the Purari catchment. Monographiae biologicae1(51): 253-268

The wildlife pest control handbook.

The wildlife photography of Joseph Van Wormer.

The wildlife problem in the Italian ecological areas.

The wildlife problem must be regulated in forest legislation. Allgemeine Forstzeitung: 85 (3) 53-54

The wildlife profession and biocides, a position and a plea.

The wildlife research goals and strategies of the Arizona Game and Fish Department. USDA Forest Service general technical report WO: (36) 85-87

The wildlife trade and CITES.

The wildlife viewing challenge. Agroborealis 36(1): 12-19

The wiley honey lie.

The wiliest wildflower in the West. Natural history 97(6): 49-52

The will to be an entomologist. Bulletin Societe entomologique de France 88(1-2): 18-38

The will to cooperate. Give Us This Day: A report on the world food crisis: 25-333

The will to run.

The willingness of cattle breeders to cooperate in the Hannover breeding program.

The willingness to pay for education in developing countries.

The willow.

The willow and its use.

The willow beauty Boarmia thrombiodaria Schiff., an occasional insect pest on grapes.

The willow blight.

The willow collection of the Federal Forest Research Station in the Experimental Garden Tulln Austria.1. Centralblatt fur das gesamte Forstwesen 99(2): 93-124

The willow warbler.

The willows of Virginia. Bull Virginia Polytech Inst 37(9): 1-31

The wily cockroach.

The wily violets: schemes for survival.

The wily weeds in wheat and their control. Pesticides 3-92

The wind and the sea and the roses. Rose annual: 02-104

The wind and the trees.

The wind blew from the east.

The wind energy potential of western Greece. Solar energy 49(6): 463-476

The wind erosion status of sandy surfaces in the zone of Phase I of the Kara Kum Canal. Problems of desert development: ) 79-83

The wind masters.

The wind of change in high production handling. Food flavourings ingredients packaging and processing 3(7): 16-17

The wind of death.

The wind on the ears of rice.

The wind power aerogenerator, twin-wheel type.

The wind structure within and above a spruce forest. Forstwissenschaftliches Centralblatt: 95 (5 6) 333-345

The wind, she blew. Grounds maintenance 38(4): 38-39

The wind-driven currents in partially ice-covered lake.

The wind-sensitive cercal receptor. Journal of comparative physiology: A: Sensory neural and behavioral physiology65(4): 539-552

The wind-throw catastrophe 1972 economical aspects and consequences for forestry and forest industries. Forstarchiv 44 (7) 140-145

The windbreak as a farm asset.

The windbreak suitability group system of the United States: a case study analysis. Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters National Convention: 27-234

The windfall of January 18, 1739 in Baden shire and some f orestry historical views to this.

The windfall question in the 1960-1970 period. Revista padurilor industria lemnului celuloza si hirtie: 91 (4) 233-235

The winding monosodium glutamate trail. Food and cosmetics toxicology: 13 (1) 124-126

The windmill.

The windmill and the maple leaf. American nurseryman, 172(10): 49-51

The windmill in California. Journal of the West: 14 (3) 33-39

The windmills of Sussex.

The window box, pot, tub, & basket book.

The windows to his world. The story of Trevor Kincaid. By Muriel L. guberlet. 1975. 287 pp., 16 photographs. pacific Books. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington: 80 (1) 135-136

The windowsill herb garden.

The windrow.

The winds of Ixtepeji: values, world view, and social structure in a Zapotec town.

The winds of Mara.

The winds of change. Proceedings of the annual meeting: ub 28, 1975), 87 XXVII-XXXI

The winds of change.

The winds of change shift: Land management in the 1980s. Loggers handbook9(39): 30-33

The winds of political change. American nurseryman, 176(4): 69-70

The wine acids. Vignevini 5(5): 31-34

The wine and brandy industry.

The wine and juice industry in Arkansas. Journal American Wine Society 29(3): 94-95

The wine and spirit industry in the USA; the next five years. Harpers export wine and spirit gazette: er 51-59

The wine atlas of California and the Pacific Northwest.

The wine book.

The wine book progress of wine from the grape to the glass.

The wine bottle rack.

The wine catalog.

The wine cellar.

The wine cellar of Italy. Agricoltura 24 (9) 75-86

The wine cellars of Catalonia.

The wine country of France.

The wine crisis: causes and remedies. L'Italia agricola: 112 (11) 27-37

The wine dictionary.

The wine diet cookbook.

The wine economy of Tenerife in the Seventeenth Century: Anglo-Spanish partnership in a luxury trade. Economic history review Second series 33(3): 335-350

The wine from the Sava Valley region.

The wine in the European Common Market; Italian situation. Agri forvm: 11 (7 8) 3-9

The wine industry legislation and regulation of cultivation--new in European. Weinwirtschaft 116(41): 1282-1284

The wine industry of Australia.

The wine industry should also consider structural changes.

The wine industry: market projections. Agricultural technologist: 8 (2) 19-22

The wine is still waiting. Agri forvm: 11 (3) 5-11

The wine manufacturing profession. Vititechnique (53) 89

The wine market.

The wine market and its uncertainties for the near future. Progres agricole et viticole: 15, 95 (13 14) 410-412

The wine market as viewed by Americans.

The wine market in Greece. Progres agricole et viticole: 93 (7) 246-255

The wine market in selected lands with wine production. Weinberg und Keller: 24 (2) 53-64

The wine market in some wine producing countries.

The wine market in the United States. II. Champagne and sparkling wines. Revue vinicole internationale: 93 (168 69-75

The wine market--worry for some, vigilance for others. Progres agricole et viticole15 97(15-16): 293-294

The wine market: a record growth of exports.

The wine of Puglia.

The wine of raisin concentrates in the European Economic Community.

The wine of the Federal Germany.

The wine of the sun.

The wine problem in Iran. Annales de Gembloux: 8 (4) 187-198

The wine producing country Lower Austria--development and problems. Winzer 31 (9) 1-2

The wine project.

The wine regions of America.

The wine regions of Australia.

The wine regions, Tuscany.

The wine revolution in France.

The wine revolution--circa 1973. American Wine Society journalng 11(1): 10-11

The wine section of Spain: microbiological study Fermentative processes, Kloeckera apiculata, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, yeasts.1. Alimentaria 19(131): 29-32

The wine sector in Brazil. Horticultural products review FHORT US Department of Agriculture Foreign Agricultural Service: (10-92) 31-33

The wine statute and its development.

The wine trade in Italy. Progres agricole et viticole, 99(20): 455-459

The wine trade: circa 1776 early marketing logic, good today?. Vinifera wine growers journalng 8(1): 48-57

The wine war.

The wine war is over, but. Informatore di ortofrutticoltura: 16 (7) 3-4

The wine year 1970 and its significance. Winzer 26 (11) 242-246

The wine yeast killing factor. III Jornadas Universitarias sobre el Jerez: 21 al 25 de Mayo 1984: 193

The wine--food and remedy.

The wine-growing Borgogna.

The wine-growing in Yugoslavia, Hungary and Romania.

The wine: low is it produced and how is it commercialized. Frutticoltura 33 (4 5) 37-40

The winegrowing heritage of the New World: a mixture of eastern and western traditions. Wines and vines: 57 (7) 30

The winelovers companion to the Hunter.

The winemakers dance.

The winemaking industry of Bulgaria. Sadovodstvo vinogradarstvo i vinodelie Moldavii: 7 56-59

The wineries of Pennsylvania. American Wine Society Journalng 12(1): 10-13

The winery. Wines and vines: 55 (9) 34-36

The wines and the vines of Chile. Wines and vines: 50 (12) 19-20

The wines and vineyards of Chablis.

The wines and vineyards of New Zealand.

The wines of Africa. Great Book of Wine: 27-344

The wines of America.

The wines of Aragon.

The wines of Australia. Great Book of Wine: 63-366

The wines of Austria. Agri forvm: 13 (7 8) 21-22

The wines of Auvergne. Revue du vin de France: 51 (special no 261) 14-15

The wines of Bordeaux. Great Book of Wine: 37-180

The wines of Bordeaux and western France.

The wines of Burgundy. Great Book of Wine: 3-92

The wines of California.

The wines of Central Europe, the Balkans, the USSR. Great Book of Wine: 05-318

The wines of Champagne. Great Book of Wine: 67-387

The wines of France.

The wines of Galicia.

The wines of Germany.

The wines of Greece.

The wines of Idaho. Vinifera wine growers journalng 17(1): 49-53

The wines of Italy. Great Book of Wine: 29-256

The wines of Jumilla.

The wines of Michigan. Vinifera wine growers journal 17(3): 201-206

The wines of Moldova or back in the USSR--almost. Journal American Wine Societyer 27(2): 58-62

The wines of New Mexico.

The wines of New Zealand.

The wines of North America. Great Book of Wine: 45-356

The wines of Oregon. Vinifera wine growers journaler 17(2): 71-82

The wines of Portugal.

The wines of Rioja.

The wines of Romania. Journal American Wine Societyer 29(4): 118-120

The wines of Roussillon.

The wines of Savoie. Revue vinicole internationale: 1974, (new ser) 95 (3 4)

The wines of Sicily. i. Country life: 154 (3984) 1381

The wines of South Africa.

The wines of South America. Great Book of Wine: 57-362

The wines of Spain. Great Book of Wine: 81-204

The wines of Valladolid. Agricultura 52(613): 594-595

The wines of Yugoslavia. Journal American Wine Societyer 24(2): 62-64

The wines of Yugoslavia in foreign markets.

The wines of eastern Long Island: an emerging wine quality region. Vinifera wine growers journalng 17(1): 9-20

The wines of the Eastern Mediterranean. Great Book of Wine: 19-326

The wines of the Loire. Great Book of Wine: 21-136

The wines of the Loire Valley. Revue vinicole internationale: (new ser) 97 (5) 33-37

The wines of the Mediterranean part of France. Options mediterraneennes: 12 71-74

The wines of the Rhine. Great Book of Wine: 57-304

The wines of the Rhone. Great Book of Wine: 3-120

The wines of the Sierra Foothills. Vinifera wine growers journaler 17(4): 216-227

The wines of touraine.

The wing venation in Macrosteles sexnotatus (Fallen, 1806) (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) and the occurrence of a short winged form Polymorphism. Anais Sociedade Entomologica do Brasilub 1982) 10(2): 141-146

The wing venation of Chrysopa aspersa Wesm. (Chrysopidae, Neuroptera) as a model for microevolutionary studies. Zhurnal obshchei biologii: 36 (6) 902-913

The wing-venation of the Orthoptera Saltatoria, with notes on Dictyopteran wing-venation. London British Museum (Natural History): VI & 159

The winged bean.

The winged bean (Psophocarpus tetragonolobus. Sbornik 0) 73-96

The winged bean (Psophocarpus tetragonolobus (L.) DC).

The winged female of Operophtera brumata L. Entomologisk tidskrift: 3 (1 3) 125-126

The winged form of Euborellia annulipses (Lucas) (Dermaptera: Labiduridae). Bulletin ub e 1973), 56 481-484

The winged fruit in the Papillionaceae. Acta botanica Venezuelica: 0 (1 4) 9-17

The winged manna. Plant protection bulletinub 1983) 33(3-4): 175

The wings of fire. Fire management notes United States Dept of Agriculture Forest Service9(1): 18-21

The winners--4-H and harness horses. Extension review United States Dept of Agriculture Science and Education 52(4): 14-15

The winning beginning. Proceedings of the North American Veterinary Conference0(10): 775-779

The winning card: lean pig. Suinicoltura 12 (2) 27-30

The winning edge. Fact sheet College of Agriculture University of Nevada Reno Nevada Cooperative Extension: (89-27)

The winning family.

The winning foodservice manager.

The winning image.

The winning manager.

The winning of animal health.

The winning of water in the national park De Kennemerduinen. Landbouwkundig tijdschrift 91(6): 164-173

The winning plans in the Pabst postwar employment awards.

The winning recipes.

The winning side of agriculture. Agriculture and forestry bulletiner 11(2): 14-18

The winning, harvesting and utilization of peat.

The winnowing.

The winnowing machines of middle Europe.

The winter X spring wheat improvement program Varieties, international cooperative cereal research at Oregon State University. Special report Agricultural Experiment Station Oregon State University: 68) 280-284

The winter ahead: a meteorologists view. Citrograph 64(3): 53

The winter barley light grain?.

The winter behavior of the uredial stage of Puccinia graminis tritici.

The winter biology of Culex tarsalis (Diptera:Culicidae) in Imperial Valley, California.

The winter care of cacti.

The winter city book.

The winter cluster. Nordwestdeutsche Imkerzeitung: 26 (9) 251-252

The winter cluster up close. American bee journal 141(2): 101-103

The winter condition of Lake Niriz in southern Iran. Proceedings International Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnologyub 1981) 21(1): 528-534

The winter crane flies of North America north of Mexico (Diptera: Trichoceridae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 105(4): 901-914

The winter diet or roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) in the southern moravian agricultural landscape Czechoslovakia. Folia zoologica1(3): 209-225

The winter distribution of chinstrap penguins from two breeding sites in the South Shetland Islands of Antarctica. Polar Biology 30(10): 1231-1237

The winter fly , a pest of winter wheat in the German Democratic Republic.

The winter fresh tomato industry.

The winter fresh tomato industry a systems analysis.

The winter garden California. Pacific horticultureer 1982 42(4): 34-45

The winter garden at Cambridge.

The winter garden reconciliation between house and nature.

The winter grain mite: a pest of small grains and grass grown for seed in Central and Eastern Oregon. FS fact sheet Oregon State University Extension Service: 81 (272)

The winter grazing program in Alabama. Journal of the American Society of Agronomy 39(4): 280-283

The winter heat-balance of the bee-hive. American bee journal: 114 (9) 337

The winter in Greenville, Mississippi. American Camellia yearbook American Camellia Society5(45): 70

The winter in Wilmington, N.C. American Camellia yearbook American Camellia Society5(45): 74-75

The winter moth as a pest problem in fruit orchards. Norwegian journal of entomology5(1): 95-96

The winter of 95-96.

The winter of 96-97.

The winter of 1968-69 and its effect on wild plants of central Asia introduced into Tashkent.

The winter of 1968-69 and overwintering of trees and shrubs in the botanical garden of Frunze. Biologiia introdutsirovannykh drevesnykh kustarnikovykh i plodovykh rastenii v Kirgizii: -18

The winter of the bulb.

The winter of the winds, the rains, rhe snails!. Citrograph 63 (6) 131-132

The winter outlook and the limitations of long range weather forecasting. Proceedings 1977, 1978, 136-139

The winter production of some strains fo subterranean clover grown in defoliated swards Trifolium subterraneum, Australia. Australian journal of experimental agriculture and animal husbandry 23(121): 140-145

The winter protection of garden plants.

The winter rye varieties grown in Poland. Nowe rolnictwo: 31, 19 (2) 12-13

The winter stoneflies Allocapnia granulata (Taeniopterygidae), Taeniopteryx nivalis and Taeniopteryx parvula (Capnidae) in southern Manitoba. Canadian entomologist: 110 (1) 111-112

The winter storage of tender bulbs, tubers and corms. Prairie garden: 32 101-103

The winter survival of plants--can it be predicted in advance. Canada agriculture: er 22 (1) 28-29

The winter tomato. Agricultura 47(553): 405

The winter treatment of fruit trees.

The winter use of food resources of semi-domestic reindeer in Northern Finland.

The winter vegetable supply.

The winter viviparous females of Aphis gossypii Glover (Homoptera Aphididae). Nihon Oyo Dobutsu Konchu Gakkai shi = Japanese journal of applied entomology and zoology 30(1): 43-49

The winter wheat varieties from the IWWPN under conditions in north eastern Bulgaria.

The winter wheat varieties grown in Poland. iI. Nowe rolnictwo: 15, 19 (1) 11-13

The winter wheat variety Mironovskaia iubileinaia.

The winter wheat variety Turda 195. Contributii ale Cercetarii Stiintifice la Dezvoltarea Agriculturii: 3-18

The winter-autumn treatment of fruit trees.

The winter-hardiness of winter wheat varieties in connection with soil moisture.

The winter-harvest manual.

The wintergreen touch. American forests 95(5-6): 50-53

The wire fish-trap fishery of Dade and Broward Counties, Florida December 1979--September 1980. Florida marine research ications: 83 (40)

The wire worms in Bulgaria..

The wire-bar cage top as a barrier to breeding and genetic contamination of laboratory mice. Laboratory Animal Science 37(3): 350-351

The wire-reinforced wooden crate industry of Durango State Mexico.1. Ciencia forestal 5(23): 37-50

The wired gardener online newsletter.

The wireworms (Elateridae) of South Dakota. Technical Bulletin South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station, no. 8: 18

The wisdom in the belly of a cow. Bio dynamics: er (155) 25-33

The wisdom of God manifested in the works of the creation.

The wisdom of Thai farmers.

The wisdom of elders: working with Native American and Native Alaskan families. Growing in the shadow: children of alcoholics edited by Robert J Ackerman: 0

The wisdom of joint effort. Hortsci 9 (1) 44-46

The wisdom of nature.

The wisdom of plant heritage.

The wisdom of small farms and local food.

The wisdom of the fields.

The wisdom of the hive.

The wisdom of the spotted owl.

The wisdom project of the American Red Cross in Greater New York: A blueprint for a community-based health care and health education program. Wellness and health promotion for the elderly edited by Ken Dychtwald Judy MacLean consulting editor: 261

The wise consumer.

The wise use of chemicals in foods. Food from the chemical viewpoint: a symposium sponsored by the American Chemical Society's Committee on Chemistry and Public Affairs held on September 11-1978 in Miami Beach Florida during the 176th national meeting of the society compiled and edited by the Department of Chemistry and Public Affairs: 5

The wise use of our resources. Yearbook of agriculture: 16-320

The witch tree complex Botanical folklore, red cedar tree, Minnesota. Transactions Wisconsin Academy of Sciences Arts and Letters0(70): 61-67

The witchs garden.

The witchweed eradication program survey, regulatory and control. Monograph series of the Weed Science Society of America: ) 141-150

The witchweeds (Striga, Scrophulariaceae) of the Sudan Republic. Kew bulletin1(1): 205-221

The withanolides a group of natural steroids.

The withering of flax caused by the fungus Phoma. Len a konopi: 3 35-44

The withering of the swollen sedge and the desert sedge in relation to weather and ecological conditions.

The within-canopy distribution of adult cotton whitefly (Bemisia tabaci Gennadius) incorporating economic thresholds and meteorological conditions. Thai journal of agricultural science 13(2): 97-108

The within-generation population dynamics of the cereal leaf beetle, Oulema melanopus (L.).

The within-tree distribution of caterpillar mines. General technical report NE US Department of Agriculture Forest Service Northeastern Forest Experiment Station: 53) 240-255

The witloof chicory of Brusse.

The wittig reaction with carbohydrates and the addition of benzenesulfonyl azides to indoles.

The wolf. Natura (Hoogwoud): 755: 125-135

The wolf and the dog. Zeitschrift fur Ganzheitliche Tiermedizin 21(3): 104-108

The wolf behavior, ecology and myth.

The wolf control issue. Agroborealis 35(1): 19-21

The wolf in North American history. The wolf in North American history 149p 53 fig

The wolf in Yellowstone: science, symbol, or politics? Deconstructing the conflict between environmentalism and wise use. Society and natural resources 10(5): 453-468

The wolf spiders of Australia (Araneae Lycosidae). 3. A coral shingle inhabiting species from western Australia. Memoirs 0, 17 (1) 21-26

The wolf spiders of Australia (Araneae: Lycosidae). 2. T he arenaris group. Memoirs 0, 17 (1) 1-19

The wolf spiders of Australia (Araneae: Lycosidae). 4. T hree new species from Mount Kosciusko, N.s.w. Memoirs 0, 17 (1) 27-36

The wolf spiders of Australia (Araneae: Lycosidae). 5. Two new species of the bicolor group. Memoirs 1, 17 (2) 313-318

The wolf spiders of Australia (Araneae: Lycosidae). 7. Two new species from Victoria. Memoirs 83 (2) 413-416

The wolf spiders of Australia (Araneae: Lycosidae). 8. Two new species inhabiting salt lakes of western Australia. Memoirs 83 (2) 417-425

The wolf spiders, nurseryweb spiders, and lynx spiders of Canada and Alaska. Agriculture Canada Publication, 1-383 No. 1856

The wolfs side.

The wolf, a species in danger.

The wolf-dog hybrid: an overview of a controversial animal. Animal Welfare Information Center newsletterer 1995 5(4): 3-8

The wollemi pine.

The wolves of Denali. Mech, L D [Author], Adams, L G [Author], Meier, T J [Author], Burch, J W [Author], Dale, B W [Author] The wolves of Denali x+227p

The woman alcoholic.

The woman and her family obligations. Wies wspolczesna: 18 (9) 59-70

The woman and new agriculture. Georgofili ub 1979) ser 7 25(1-4): 203-214

The woman beekeeper. Apicultura in Romania 54(3): 22-23

The woman book industry. Changing women in a changing society edited by Joan Huber: 282

The woman doctors diet for teen-age girls.

The woman doctors medical guide for women.

The woman equestrian.

The woman farmer in the mid-point.

The woman in socialist farming. Kooperation 9 (4) 165-168

The woman in the rural world.

The woman manager in the United States.

The woman problem in Japanese farm families.

The womans guide to management success.

The womans part in soil conservation and improvement.

The womans role in agriculture. Farmline United States Dept of Agriculture Economic Research Service 3(11): 10-11

The womans role on the farm. Rivista di storia dell'agricoltura: 14 (1) 121-144

The wombat.

The women of Azua.

The women of Langatha. Journal of home economicsng 79(1): 20-24

The women who run the villages.

The womens business resource guide.

The womens construction collective.

The womens cooperative movement.

The womens financial information program.

The womens movement as catalyst for change in obstetrical care services. Women: a developmental perspective: proceedings of a research conference sponsored by the National Institute of Child health and Human Development Nov 20-21-1980 Bethesda Md Ed by PW Berman and ER Ramey: 281

The wonder bean.

The wonder compost of Blaubeuren. Kosmos 86 (6) 248-251

The wonder drug. Farm and factory: 6 (2) 24-26

The wonder gene. Oregon's agricultural progressng 42(3): 8-11

The wonder grass: a mixed blessing?. Agricultural research US Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service 35(8): 12-13

The wonder island Thasos. Biene 109 (4) 102-104

The wonder of a farm. Soil conservation: 36 (9) 200-201

The wonder of plant growth. Agricultura de las Americas: 23 (1) 6

The wonder of wolves.

The wonder of words.

The wonderful Yaupons. Holly Society journalng 7(2): 2-6

The wonderful agriculture of Israel.

The wonderful egg.

The wonderful handedness of molecules.

The wonderful life of flowers.

The wonderful world of Cypripedium (Goddess of beautiful slippers). American Orchid Society bulletin 58(5): 450-455

The wonderful world of Rebutias. Cactus and succulent journal 53(4): 188-189

The wonderful world of bees.

The wonderful world of bulbs.

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