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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 23918

Chapter 23918 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



The natural history of the Marron and other fresh water crayfishes of South western Australia. Part 2. 6. Size and growth rate of, Marron. W Nat: 27-34

The natural history of the New Zealand fur seal, Arctocephalus forsteri (Lesson 1828). Proceedings of the New Zealand Ecological Society, 23: 121-122

The natural history of the Ninebanded Armadillo. American Naturalist, 47 513-539

The natural history of the Oilbird, Stsatornis caripensis, in Trinidad, W.I. Part 1 : General behavior and breeding habits. Zoologica New York, 46(1): 27-49

The natural history of the Plymouth rubble heaps. (1) Birds, pp. 13-14. The Common Swift, p. 90. Report Plymouth Institution, 19

The natural history of the Pygostenini (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae). Section 4. Glandular anatomy of the Pygostenini. Sociobiology, 24: 305-321

The natural history of the Salmon. Tr Hertfordsh Club, VIII 17-21

The natural history of the Sinai Baton blue: the smallest butterfly in the world. Egyptian Journal of Biology, 8: 67-83

The natural history of the badger in Ellenden Wood, Blean. Transactions Kent Fld Club, 62: 75-84

The natural history of the box turtle. Bulletin Chicago herpetol. Soc, 111-4: 2-45

The natural history of the cane toad in Queensland. Australian Natural History, 15: 230-232

The natural history of the commercial species of Hong Kong Penaeidae (Crustacea, Deca-poda). Annals and Magazine of Natural History Series 13: 6: 401-433

The natural history of the dog. The World Naturalist Series. Unknown

The natural history of the emu in comparison with that of other ratites. Proceedings International Ornith Congr, 16: 109-120

The natural history of the frilled shark, Chlamydoselachus anguineus, Bashford Dean Memorial Vol. Archaic Fishes NY: 5: 243-319

The natural history of the ghost bat, Macroderma gigas (Microchiroptera, Megadermatidae), in Western Australia. West Australian Naturalist, 10: 125-138

The natural history of the hake. Part IV. Age-determination and the growth-rate. Fisheries Investigations London Ser 2: 13(no. 2: 1-120

The natural history of the herring of the southern North Sea. Unknown

The natural history of the horse. Unknown

The natural history of the island of Raasay and of the adjacent isles of South Rona, Scalpay, Longay, and Fladday. IX. The Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera, Megaloptera, Neuroptera and Mecoptera ofRaasay and the adjacent islands ofSouth Rona, Scalpay, and Pabbay. X.The aquatic Coleoptera of Raasay andof the adjacent islands of South Rona,Fladday, Scalpay, Longay, and Pabbay. Scottish Naturalist, 28-30, 60-64

The natural history of the island of Raasay and of the adjacent isles of South Rona, Scalpay, Longay, and Fladday. VII. The variation of the Lepidopterous genus Triphaena in Raasay, South Rona, and Scalpay, with special reference to T. ianthina Esp. Scottish Naturalist, 169-172

The natural history of the island of Raasay and of the adjacent isles of South Rona. Scalpay, Longay and Fladday. ScotEdinb: 61-71

The natural history of the island of Rodrigues. Procidge Phil. Soc. Cambridge: 283-299

The natural history of the minnow, Phoxinus phoxinus. Jour Animal Ecol 12(2): 139-162

The natural history of the mud snake. Scientific Monthly, 631: 21-29

The natural history of the myrmecophilous tribe Pygostenini (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae). Section 4. Glandular anatomy of the Pygostenini. Sociobiology, 24: 305-321

The natural history of the otter. A report to the Otter Committee. Unknown

The natural history of the parasitic wasp Trogus pennator (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae): Host-finding behaviour and a possible host countermeasure. Journal of Natural History, 3917: 1367-1380

The natural history of the red-backed salamander. Bulletin Chicago herpetol. Soc, 121: 13-21

The natural history of the red-tailed skink, Eumeces egregius Baird. Dissert Abst 24(5): 2194

The natural history of the sea. Science Progress (N S): I 379-396

The natural history of the shore fauna of North Penang. MalayJ: 81-103

The natural history of the solitary wasps of the genus Synagris. Washington DC Smithsonian Institution Report, 1910 507-525

The natural history of the year. Unknown

The natural history of two generations of Chamaeleo jackesoni in captivity. Herpetology(1): 1-23

The natural history of upper Teesdale.

The natural history of visual pigments. AnnAcad. Sci: 230-255

The natural history of weasels and stoats: ecology, behavior, and management. Second edition. Unknown

The natural history, ecology and production of the crayfish, Pacifastacus leniusculus. Dissertation Abstr lnt, 367: 3204

The natural history, embryology, larval biology and post-larval development of Adalaria proxima. Phil Trans Roy Soc London Ser B Biol Sci 242(686): 1-58

The natural history, endoparasites and pseudoparasites of the tarsiers (Tarsius carbonarius) recently living in the Society's Menagerie. Proc Soc. Lond: 79-119

The natural in disease. Proceedings Am Micr Soc, XX 3-20

The natural invasion of artificial cliff swallow nests by Oeciacus vicarius (Hemiptera: Cimicidae) and Ceratophyllus petrochelidoni (Siphonaptera: Ceratophyllidae). Journal of Medical Entomology 5(4): 488-491

The natural life history of a lizard. Bulletin Can Amph Rept Conserv Soc, 112: 1-3

The natural mechanism of suppression of Nosema apis Zander in enzootically infected colonies of the honey bee, Apis mellifera Linnaeus. Jour Insect Pathol 1(4): 347-350

The natural mortality of the plaice. Journal Cons int Explor Mer, 362: 150-157

The natural mortality rate of the lemon sole (Parophrys vetulus) in British Columbia waters. Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada 3: 426: 169

The natural nesting habitat of snipe, Gallinago gallinago gallinago, in Russia. Woodcock and Snipe Specialist Group Newsletter. December; 30: 9-16

The natural nidality of opisthorchosis in Voronezh district. Voprosy prir Ochagovosti Bolezn, 7: 121-126

The natural nidus of pseudamphistomosis in the lowest Volga, and its structure. Voprosy prir Ochagovosti Bolezn, 7: 127-137

The natural nutrition of two species of Drosophila. Proc And Trans Texas Acad Sci 27: 66-67

The natural occurrence and experimental production of porcine polioencephalomyelitis. Dissertation Abstracts, 27B 2213-2214

The natural occurrence and temperature sensitivity of segregation distortion in Drosophila melanogaster. Dissertation Abstracts, 28B 499

The natural occurrence of Histoplasma capsulatum. 1. Epidemiological aspects. Amidem: 238-245

The natural occurrence of flagellates of the sub-genus Strigomonas M. and A. Lwoff in the gut of Tabanus africanus from Nyassaland and Lucilia serricata in England. Journal of Tropical Medicine London, 36: 361-365

The natural order of events: how speakers of different languages represent events nonverbally. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105(27): 9163-9168

The natural order of insects Neuroptera. Read January, 1911.

The natural path to genuine lasting happiness (as shown by the scientific record of life, by psychology, by the teachings of great religious and humanitarian leaders, and by personal experience). Unknown

The natural prey of three species of Anthocoris (Heteroptera: Anthocoridae) living on broom (Sarothamnus scoparius L.). Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 6: 149-155

The natural radiation background. Technical Report - Australian Radiation Laboratory ARL/TR 043(Pages 35-44

The natural radioactivity of marine organisms. Priroda, 4: 86-88

The natural regula-tion of animal numbers. Unknown

The natural regulation of buffalo populations in east Africa. 2. Reproduction, recruitment and growth. East African Wildlife Journal, 123: 169-183

The natural regulation of buffalo populations in east Africa. 3. Population trends and mortality. East African Wildlife Journal, 123 185-200

The natural regulation of fish populations.

The natural reproduction of the autumn Chumsalmon on Sakhalin. Vop. Ikhtiol.: 9: 285-291,In Russian

The natural resistance against animal parasites acquired as hosts mature, with special reference to the mechanisms of this resistance in the experimental trypano-somiases. Report Proceedings III International Congress of Microbiology New York, 467-469

The natural resources handbook. The fish and fisheries of Zambia. Ministry of lands and natural resources: game and fisheries dept. Zambia, 1-98

The natural reversible hypothermy in birds. Vestnik Moskovskogo Gosudarstvennogo Universiteta, (No. 1: 22-31

The natural selection of self-regulatory behavior in animal populations. Unknown

The natural selection of self-regulatory behaviour in animal populations. Proceedings of the Ecological Society of Australia, 2: 51-78

The natural sources of trichinosis in the Lithuanian S.S.R. Acta Parasitologica Lithuanica, 1: 149-153

The natural steepe and secondary grassland a comparison based on some Iso-Synusia of vertebrates.

The natural steppe and secondary grassland a comparison based to some Iso-Synusia of vertebrates. Biologia Bratislava, 23: 863-871

The natural stimulus for spawning in Xenopus laevis (Amphibia). J Lond: 245-260

The natural system of the genus Schistocephalus Creplin (Cestoda, Ligulidae). Zoologicheskii Zhurnal, 38: 1498-1517

The natural system of the naiades. Sterkiana 14: 1-18

The natural transmission of Leishmania mexicana among laboratory hamsters in the absence of the insect vector. Parasitology, 54: 9P

The natural vine-growing environment.

The natural way to clean wastewater.

The natural-history background of camouflage. War Background Studies Smithsonian Institution, 5: 1-17

The naturalist in Australia and an outline of the fauna of Australia. AustSydney: 45-63, 81-96

The naturalist in Devon and Cornwall. Unknown

The naturalist in London. Unknown

The naturalist in Majorca. Unknown

The naturalist in Manchuria. Vol. III. Birds. Unknown

The naturalist in Manchuria. Vol. ii Mammals. Unknown

The naturalist in Manchuria. Vols. 4 & 5. unknown, 1-250

The naturalist in Snowdonia. North Western Naturalist Arbroath, 9: 13-19

The naturalist in South-East England: Kent, Surrey and Sussex. Unknown

The naturalist in Wales.

The naturalist of Walton Hale. Naturalist Hull, 894: 81-82

The naturalist's pocket magazine, 1798-1803. Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales, 1966-67: 25-27

The naturalization in Europe of the quahog, Mercenaria mercenaria (L.). Journal of Conchology, 25: 21-34

The naturalization of animals, with special reference to South Africa. SJ. Sci. Cape Town: 46-63

The naturalization of the Pacific oyster in Australia. Australian Jour Marine And Freshwater Res 10(2): 144-149

The naturalized animals of the British Isles. Unknown

The nature and affinities of Palaeoxyris, etc. Summary of Progress Geological Survey of Great Britain for the year 1931: II 122-139

The nature and age of Ohakuri Formation and Ohakuri Group rocks in surface exposures and geothermal drillhole sequences in the central Taupo volcanic zone, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics 49(3): 305-308

The nature and basis of sexual dimporhism in the primate skeleton. Journal Zool: 15-34

The nature and basis of sexual selection in moths. New York NY Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1 27-28

The nature and biological significance of the pH difference across red cell membranes. Respiration Physiology 5(2): 234-242

The nature and causes of 'hookworm anemia'. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 1966:; 15: 1030-1100

The nature and causes of the Coastal hiatus.. The Wilson Bulletin 62(4): 175-182

The nature and characteristics of sub-song. Brit Birds 51(12): 509-514

The nature and composition of the epicuticle of some Arthropods. Physiological Zoology, 29: 324-336

The nature and culture of species: eighteenth-century and contemporary views. Unknown

The nature and development of animal intelligence. Unknown

The nature and discovery of ' missing links. '. Int geol Congr 21st session, 27: 247-249

The nature and dynamics of the Rotorua eruptive episode. Geological Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication 110A: 82

The nature and effects of freshwater pollution. Spec. Publs Aust. Conserv. Fdn, 6: 9-16

The nature and evolution of the photoperiodic control of reproduction in wildfowl of the family Anatidae. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility. Supplement 19: 67-84

The nature and formation of teeth according to Spanish authors from the 16th to the 18th centuries. Journal of Dental Research 87(2): 103-106

The nature and formation of the spermatophore and sperm plug in Carcinus maenas. Quart Jour Microsc Sci 83(3/4): 399-422

The nature and function of animal mimesis. Bulletin of Animal Behaviour, 9: 46-58

The nature and function of displacement activities.

The nature and function of the Golgi bodies. Nature London, 121: 455-456

The nature and function of the caudal tufts of malayan anopheline larvae. Bull ont Res London, 12: 91-97

The nature and function of the mammalian epipharynx. J Zool 153(3): 277-289

The nature and future of physical anthropology. Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences 31(2): 128-138

The nature and heterogeneity of perceived constraints of using the Trans Canada Trail for hiking/walking. Leisure/Loisir 32(1): 183-201

The nature and importance of regolith mapping: workshop outcomes. Centre for Australian Regolith Studies Occasional Publication 3: 77-80

The Nature and Inheritance of Mating Types in Euplotes Patella. Genetics 27(3): 269-285

The nature and localization of a cardioactive neurohormone found in the pericardial organs of Cancer borealis. Dissertation Abstracts, 29B 2611

The nature and localization of acid phosphatase during the early phases of urodele limb regeneration. Developmental Biology 17(4): 447-481

The nature and location of precious metals in Rosebery ore. Pages 14-15 1978

The nature and mechanism of local immunity in parasitic infections. Jit. Urbana: 558

The nature and mobility of bright patches in north residual ice cap from MARCI, CTX, OMEGA and CRISM. LPI Contribution Pages (Abstract 3267

The nature and mode of Origin of the Motunau Plain, N. Canterbury, New Zealand. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute, 633: 355-369

The nature and mode of action of the mating type substances. American Naturalist 82(802): 85-95

The nature and morphology of the costoclavicular ligament. Journal of Anatomy 95: 170-179

The nature and movement of the reflecting pigment in the eyes of Crustaceans. Journal of Experimental Zoology Philadelphia, 62: 173-183

The nature and occurrence of coal dykes within the Singleton Coal Measures of New South Wales. Coal Geology 1(2): 29-38

The nature and occurrence of oil in Seram, Indonesia. Pages 141-173 1987

The nature and origin of Mars' intercrater plains; new insight from THEMIS. Abstracts of Papers Submitted to the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 38: (Abstract 2313

The nature and origin of aromatic organic matter in the Tagish Lake Meteorite. Abstracts of Papers Submitted to the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 35: (unpaginated

The nature and origin of inseot colours. Current Science Bangalore, 4: 142-145

The nature and origin of life in the light of new knowledge. Unknown

The nature and origin of living matter (protoplasm). Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland, XV 27-45

The nature and origin of mutations. South Eastern Naturalist, 13-21

The nature and origin of secondary sex characters. Stafford Repaff. F. Cl: 45-61 79-73

The nature and origin of spontaneous mutations inParamecium bursaria. Diss. Int: 4395.

The nature and origin of the New Zealand freshwater mussel fauna. Trans Roy Soc New Zealand 85(3): 427-432

The nature and origin of the cortical morphogenetic field in Limnaea. Develop Biol 7: 130-143

The nature and origin of the gold-bearing laterites at Mount Gibson, Western Australia. Pages 45-47 1988

The nature and origin of yolk. Experimental studies of the oocytes of Helix aspersa and Patella vulgata. British Journal of Experimental Biology, 1: 501-517

The nature and permeability of grass-hopper egg membranes. IV.- The alternating current impedance over a wide frequency range. Journal of Cellular and Comparative Physiology, 10: 265-275

The nature and position of the rock shore fauna of tropical West Africa in relation to the Eastern Atlantic as a whole. Ann Rep Ghali Soc, 8

The nature and possible causes of land cover change (1984  -1996) along a rainfall gradient in southeastern Botswana.

The nature and properties of coal and coal measure strata.

The nature and role of the antibody response in schistosomiasis. Proceedings 1st International Congress Parasit (Roma 21-26 Sept 1964: 1: 139

The nature and role of the basal pinacoderm of Corvomeyenia carolinensis Harrison (Porifera: Spongillidae). A histochemical and developmental study. Hydrobiologia, 39(4): 495-508

The nature and significance of colloform textures in the Pernatty Lagoon copper deposits, South Australia. Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales 133(1-2): 11-13

The nature and significance of invertebrate cartilages. Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 44(1): 1-16

The nature and significance of kinetosomes. Journal of Protozoology (Suppl): 6: 30

The nature and significance of the membranes surround-ing the developing eggs of Homarus vulgaris and other Decapoda. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 107A 499-517

The nature and specificity of Negri bodies. Parasitology Cambridge, 4 255-272

The nature and spread of Daphne-eating in the Greenfinch, and the spread of some other habits. Animal Behaviour, 9: 114

The nature and status of Australia's fauna - challenges for mining. Pages 158-168 1996

The nature and strength of social motivations in young farmed silver fox vixens (Vulpes vulpes). Applied Animal Behaviour Science 111(3-4): 357-372

The nature and the plants of the Volga-Kama Bulgaria according to the written and archaeological sources.

The nature and timing of Palaeoproterozoic sedimentation at the southeastern margin of the Congo Craton; zircon U/ Pb geochronology of plutonic, volcanic and clastic units in northern Zambia. Precambrian Research 159(1-2): 95-116

The nature and timing of volcanic and high-level intrusive igneous activity on Campbell Island, South West Pacific Ocean. Pages 189 1986

The nature and use of the Great Artesian Basin. Pages 117-126 1998

The nature conservancy's Gulf Wings project - a case study in conservation planning for migratory birds. U S Forest Service General Technical Report PSW: 191: 258-265

The nature conservation problems of the greylag goose (Anser a. rubrirostris Swinh.) in Hungary. Allattani Kozlemenyek, 53: 131-133

The nature guide to the Bialowieza primeval forest, Poland. Unknown

The nature history of Perch Perca fluviatilisLinnaeus, 1758 in the Klicava Reservoir. Prrybarstva: 269-305

The nature occurrence of apparent hybrids between two species of Scolopostethus Fieber (Hem., Lygaeidae). Entomologist's Monthly Magazine, 103: 174

The nature of Bidder's Organ in the Toad. American Journal of Anatomy, 62: 461-515

The nature of Black Spores. (Correspondence.). Indian Journal of Medical Research, 18: 1383

The nature of Encephalitozoon brumpti Coulon, 1924. Journal of Parasitology 60(3): 542-544

The nature of Fiji and Tonga. Discovery 15(2): 63-69

The nature of Martian airborne dust; indication of long-lasting dry periods on the surface of Mars. LPI Contribution Pages (Abstract 3104

The nature of Protozoa, and the lessons of these simplest animals, with an account of what has been done in America to elucidate the group. Am J: 159-172

The nature of Titan's surface and its sources of methane. AAAS Annual Meeting 173: A47

The nature of a Bird's world. Unknown

The nature of a systematic name. Opinions and declarations rendered by the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature: 87-90

The nature of a systemic name. Opinions and: 87-90

The nature of aggression. Unknown

The nature of amphibian and reptilian species. Journal of the Arizona Academy of Science, 1: 8-17

The nature of aneuploid change in JU56 cells, and its relationship to continued cell proliferation. Experimental Cell Research 49(3): 638-649

The nature of antibodies and the immune response in rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri). Journal of Immunology 99(3): 534-544

The nature of avian and amphibian sympathin. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology 3(7): 400-408

The nature of avian species. J Acad. Sci: 22-30

The nature of barrel-shaped larvae of echinoderms. Zoologicheskii Zh, 526: 883-891

The nature of bioadhesive bonding between barnacles and fouling-release silicone coatings. Unknown

The nature of bird activities, pp. 153-169. Nesting activities of the Grey Thrush, pp. 290-304. Emu Melbourne, 44

The nature of blood reticulocites. Advances in Modern Biology Moscow, 34: 1-7

The nature of bulb nematode (Ditylenchus dipsaci) populations in Supreme, Prince Albert and Imperative iris bulbs, and their control by thermal treatment. Canadian Journal of Research Sect C: 16: 230-233

The nature of cardiac inhibition with special reference to the heart of Limulus. Amerysiol: 217-240

The nature of cave fauna. British Hypogean Fauna Biol Rec Cave Research Group Gt Britain, 1: 3-6

The nature of cellular volume regulation in marine bivalves. Journal exp. Journal Cell Biol, 573: 681-692

The nature of central inhibition. Proceedings of the Royal Society, 153B 445-476

The nature of certain arthropod venoms and their effects on insect physiology. Symposium 3: Insect chemistry. Verhandlungen XI Internationaler Kongress fuer Entomologie Wien I960 Pavia, 3: 44-47

The nature of certain ovum-like Bodies found in the Seminiferous Tubules. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science, 66: 557-578

The nature of certain so-called sex chromosomes in Ascaris. Cellule 47(2): 237-244

The nature of certain supposed sex chromosomes, pp. 475-476. Further investigations on structure of chromo-somes. Amer: 477-480

The nature of closed X-chromo-somes in Drosophila melanogaster. Journal of Genetics London, 35: 315-320

The nature of cnidarian desmocytes. Tissue & Cell 1(4): 619-632

The nature of colonization in birds. Unknown

The nature of cycles in populations of Canadian mammals. Canadian Jour Zool 31(3): 242-262

The nature of disintegration gradients. i. The significance of a gradient in susceptibility to distilled water in Planaria. Journal of Experimental Zoology Philadelphia, 57: 307-330

The nature of disintegration gradients. ii. The effect of hypertonic solutions on the disintegration of Planaria by high temperatures. Journal of Experimental Zoology Philadelphia, 57: 455-472

The nature of ecosystems. Pages 1-8 1998

The nature of endochondral ossification in the mandibular condyle of the mouse. Anatomical Record 172(4): 659-667

The Nature Of Evolution. Science 24(610): 303-307

The nature of feeding in the plerocercoid Ligula intestinalis. Problemy Parazit, 1: 245-246

The nature of flow and the reaction of benthic Cnidaria to it.5 21, illust.

The nature of fluids in granulite facies metamorphism: constraints from East Antarctic granulites. Pages 15 1989

The nature of fragmentation. Unknown

The nature of genie differences. Bollettino della Societa Italiana di Biologia Sperimentale, 15: 175-183

The nature of geotectonic movements (notes to some hypotheses). Geologiya i Geokhimiya Goryuchikh Kopalin 2007(3): 19-42

The nature of gilgai and melon-hole soils. Australian Journal of Science 13(6): 181

The nature of goblet cells in the mesenteron of the caterpillar of Plusia signata Fab. (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Cellule, 66: 55-62

The nature of gold mineralisation in the Woods Point-Walhalla Goldfields, eastern Victoria. Abstracts - Geological Society of Australia 88: 32

The nature of growth inhibitory material from crowded Rana pipiens tadpoles. Physiol Zool 33(3): 232-239

The nature of hair pigment. Unknown

The nature of heredity. Report of the South African Association, I 317-340

The nature of heritable wildness in Turkeys. Condor, 46: 133-197

The nature of hibernation in Lepidoptera. Proceedings and Transactions South London Entomological and Natural History Society, -42: 1-16

The nature of human Tick-fever in the Eastern part of the Congo Free State, with notes on the distribution and bionomics of the Tick. Journal of Tropical Medicine, 244 & 245

The nature of hunting around the western corridor of Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. European Journal of Wildlife Research ember; 51(4): 213-222

The nature of hybrid sterility-abnormal development in eggs of hybrids between Drosophila miranda and Drosophila pseudoobscura. Jour Morph 66(2): 197-212

The nature of immunity in coccidiosis. Journal of Parasitology Urbana, 20: 332

The nature of immunity to a protozoan infection. Proc Soc Exp Biol & Med 23(5): 355-358

The nature of immunity to malaria in its relationship to anti-malarial therapy. American Journal of Tropical Medicine, 16: 665-678

The nature of interspecific differences in: Essays presented to Prof. Goodrich.

The nature of intertidal zonation in Tasmania. Papers And Proc Roy Soc Tasmania 86: 31-61

The Nature Of Lampbrush Chromosomes. International Review of Cytology 15: 1-34

The nature of leading line behaviour. Bird Migration, 2: 176-182

The nature of life: earth, plants,animals, man and their effect on each other. Unknown

The nature of linkage variation with age in inversion heterozygotes of drosophila melanogaster. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 36(10): 546-551

The nature of living matter. Unknown

The nature of mammalian species. Journal of the Arizona Academy of Science, 1: 18-21

The Nature Of Man. Science 54(1393): 205-213

The nature of man. Studies in optimistic philosophy. Translated by P. Chalmers Mitchell. Unknown

The nature of metamorphosis. Proceedings of the South London Entomological Society, 20-27

The nature of naturally fractured reservoirs. Oilfield Review 18(2): 4-23

The Nature of Nerve Conduction in Cassiopea. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 1(5): 270-274

The nature of niche expansion in West Indian Anolis lizards. 1: Ecological consequences of reduced competition. Evolution Lawrence, 304: 659-676

The nature of niche expansion in island populations of anoline lizards. Dissertation Abstr lnt, 364: 1570-1571

The nature of niche expansion iu West Indian Anolis lizards. 2: evolutionary components. Evolution Lawrence, 304: 677-692

The nature of oogenesis and fecundity in the Japanese horsemackerel. Vop. Ikhtiol.: 10: 1005-1011,In Russian

The nature of organic wholeness. Quarterly Review of Biology, 12: 251-270

The nature of organizing action. Amer Nat 72(742): 389-415

The nature of parasitism of the opossum by fleas in southwestern Georgia. Journal of Parasitology 45(2): 233-237

The nature of play: great apes and humans. Unknown

The nature of poisonous snakebites in epidemiology, diagnosis and treatment. Veterinary Medicine Chicago, 53: 197-203

The nature of post-larval transformation in Tylosurus acus (Lacepede). Zoologica, N 39: 17-30

The nature of problematical microfossils of the English Gault (Middle Upper Albian) earlier described by Black (1971). Neues Jb. Neues Jb Palaont. Abh: 180-192,illust.

The nature of proteolytic enzyme systems in Corcyra cephalonica St. Jour Exp Zool 153(3): 251-254

The nature of reef-building (hermatypic) corals. Bulletin Mar Sci, 231: 1-15

The nature of relationships among founders in the captive population of Goeldi's monkey (Callimico goeldii). Evolutionary Anthropology 11: 155-158 (Supplement 1)

The nature of reproduction of Digenea Rediae and sporocysts. Unknown

The nature of response to light in Amoeba proteus (Leidy). Zeitschrift fuer Vergleichende Physiologie Berlin, 15: 139-147

The nature of septomaxillary in the frog, Rana tigrina (Daud). Journal of the Zoological Society of India, 8: 235-243

The nature of shell incrustations in some aquatic molluscs. Proc. Soc. London: 71-73

The nature of slow and fastquot; contractions in the coxal muscles of the cockroach. Journal of Insect Physiology, 8: 31-52

The nature of sodium exchanges in isolated frog sartorii. Journal of Physiology 165: 246-265

The nature of species: an essay on evolution ; part II (further considerations). Journal of Bengal Natural History, 18-20: 1-187

The nature of specific locus mutations induced by fast neutrons in silkworm spermatocytes. Report natn. lnst. Misima: 62-63.

The nature of stimulant action of acetylcholine on frog heart. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 4(4): 221-223

The nature of subspecies. Scottish Naturalist, 603: 195-208

The nature of subspecies boundaries in a desert rodent and its implications for subspecies taxonomy. Systematic Zoology, 11(4): 160-171

The nature of systematic biology and of a species description. Systematic Zool 1(3): 106-111

The nature of systematics. Systematic Zool 1(1): 26-33

The nature of the Arabian lithospheric mantle beneath Aritain Volcano, NE Jordan. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 71(15S): A726

The nature of the Cairngorms: diversity in a changing environment. Unknown

The nature of the Kurloff-body: a stage in the development of the eosinophile leucocyte. Indian Journal of Medical Research, 1 523-531

The Nature of the Mammalian Diaphragm and Pleural Cavities. Journal of Anatomy and Physiology 39(Pt 3): 243-284

The nature of the Martian aqueous environments recorded by ALH84001 carbonates. LPI Contribution 1164: (Abstract 3140

The nature of the Natural History Museum. Curator, 1: 20-28

The nature of the New Zealand Fauna. Emu Melbourne, 20: 210-221

The nature of the action of electricity in producing response and injury in Amoeba proteus (Leidy) and the effect of electricity on the viscosity of protoplasm. Zeitschrift fuer Vergleichende Physiologie Berlin, 15: 309-328

The nature of the adhesion of tentacles to shells during shell-climbing in the sea anemone Calliactis parasitica (Couch). Journal expBiol. Ecol: 177-186

The nature of the adhesion to shells of the symbiotic sea anemone Calliactis tricolor (Leseur). Journal of exp mar Biol Ecol, 83: 217-224

The nature of the allanto-chorionic placenta in the insectivore, Crocidura caerulea. Procn sci. Congr. 38th: 233

The nature of the amino- and keto-acids excreted in vitro by Fasciola hepatica (L.). Miscellaneous Transl Ser. M: 1-8

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The nature of the basio proteins of salmon cell- nuclei and its bearing on the chemical composition of chromosomes. Bio- ohem. J Cambridge, 38 XXVI

The nature of the beast. A popular account of animal psychology. Unknown

The nature of the beast: using biological processes in vertebrate pest management. Unknown

The nature of the biochemical lesion in avian riboflavinuria II. The inherited change of a riboflavin-binding protein from blood and eggs.

The nature of the chromatic granules in salivary gland chromosomes. Genetics Menasha, 25: 127-128

The nature of the coagulant of the venom of Echis carinatus, a small Indian Viper. Proceedings of the Royal Society London Ser B: 87 177-190

The nature of the conical bodies on the mantle of certain Nudibranchs. Nautilus Boston Mass, 30 103-106

The nature of the coxal fluid of the argasid ticks, Ornithodoros lahorensis, 0. papillipes and Argas persicus. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR (Transl) Biol Sci, 130: 176-178

The nature of the earliest spontaneous activity of the chick embryo. Journal of Embryology and Experimental Morphology 13(3): 255-266

The nature of the effect of a high-frequency electric field upon Paramoecium. Publ Health Rept U S Publ Serv 44(7): 339-347

The nature of the egg-shell of various species of Aacaria eggs (Toxoacaris limbata Railliet and Henry, Belascaria mystax Zeder, Belascaria marginata Rud., Ascaria suilla Duj.). Transactions of the Laboratory of Experimental Biology Moscow, 4: 201-205

The nature of the electroretinogram of a tropical butterfly. J Insect Physiol 10(4): 547-562

The nature of the etiological agent of 'gray crab' disease. Jt. Path: 503.

The nature of the excision-repair region in the DNA from a eucaryotic organism, Tetrahymena pyriformis. Radiation Research 38(2): 285-295

The nature of the fertilization membrane of Asterias and Arbacia eggs. Biological Bulletin Wood's Hole, 37 287-293

The Nature Of The Fertilization Membrane Of The Egg Of The Sea Urchin (Arbacia Punctulata). Science 36(930): 562-564

The nature of the gecko visual pigment. Journal of General Physiology 40(2): 217-231

The nature of the genotype. Entomologist London, 75: 113-116

The nature of the Golgi apparatus; the liver cell, and the Palade-Claude mash cytology. La Cellule 54(1): 51-64

The nature of the groundmass of surficial suevites from the Ries impact structure, Germany. LPI Contribution 1167: (Abstract 4022

The nature of the growth-substance produced by Chilomonas paramecium. Physiological Zoology 19: 223-235

The nature of the hermaphroditism of Myzostoma. Zoologischer Anzeiger, XVII 399-404

The nature of the high mutability of the gene Yellow in natural populations of Drosophila melanogaster. CR Acad Sci URSS Moscow (NS): 60: 457-460

The nature of the individual in the animal kingdom. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society, 32 125-142

The nature of the influence of x-translocations on sex of progeny in Sciara coprophila. Chromosoma 11: 146-166

The nature of the intestinal proteinase of the earth worm, Pheretima elongata (Steph.). Journal of Animal Morphology and Physiology, 2: 79-86

The nature of the iodinophilous vacoule of myxosporidian spores, and a proposal to synonymize the genus Myxosoma Thelohan, 1892 with the genus Myxobolus Butschli, 1882. Journal of Protozoology, 15: 571-575

The nature of the lesions on the elk skeleton from High Furlong near Blackpool, Lancashire. Proceedings prehist Soc (N S): 42: 323-324

The nature of the life cycle of trematodes. Vestnik Leningradskogo Gosudarstvennogo Universiteta, 196521: 5-13

The nature of the lithium-rich phase found in MIL 03346 mesostasis. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 41, Supplement: A153

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The nature of the lithosphere beneath northwestern Spitsbergen: xenolith evidence. Special Publication - Norges Geologiske Undersokelse 3: 58-65

The nature of the mantle source of Archean ferropicrites. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 71(15S): A339

The Nature of the Metabolic Processes in Ascaris lumbricoides. Biochemical Journal 19(4): 604-610

The nature of the nonventilatory period in crocodilian respiration. Respiration Physiol1(2): 178-185

The nature of the parasitic nodules in the caecal wall of fowls and the development of Heterakis vesicularis. WORLD S POULTRY CONGRESS 4(Sect C): 481-483

The nature of the peritrophic membrane in the gut of the terebellid polychaete Neoamphitrite figulus. Comp. Biochem. Physiol.: 34: 819-826

The nature of the phenomenon of self-stimulation of sodium transport across the isolated turtle bladder. Dissertation Abstracts, 29B 3076

The nature of the pigments in the integument and eye of the hermit crab, Pagurus pollicaris. Biological Bulletin Wood's Hole, 123(2): 504

The nature of the pituitary gonadotropins and their role in ovulation in a urodele amphibian (Ambystoma tigrinum). Life Sciences 17(7): 1049-1054

The nature of the plasmoptyzate growth factor for Colpoda duodenaria. Jour Cell And Comp Physiol 19(1): 95-101

The nature of the predator reactions of breeding birds. Behaviour, 4: 161-171

The nature of the propagation of nerve impulse. American Journal of Physiology, XIV 112-119

The nature of the proteolytic enzyme systems in Scolopendra heros, a chilopod. Zoologische Jahrbuecher (Allgemeine Zoologie): 73: 276-280

The nature of the pulmonary alveolar lining. Anat Rec 62(2): 147-177

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The nature of the red and green luminescence of the South American railroad worm, Phryxothrix. Jour Cell And Comp Physiol 23(2): 31-38

The nature of the red, yellow and orange pigments in Woodpeckers of the genus Colaptes. University of California Publications in Zoology, 46(no. 6: 371-390

The nature of the reduction division and related phenomena. Ohio Naturalist, V 331-340

The nature of the reflex as seen in development. Arch Neurol Psych Chicago, 20: 1377-1379

The nature of the rhabdites in Stenostomum virginianum. Virginia Journal of Science NS: 4: 231

The nature of the sex attractant of the female gypsy moth. Jour Amer Chem Soc 66(10): 1659-1662

The nature of the single units in the Limulus optic nerve. XIX Intern Congr Phys Montreal 1953Abst Comm, 872-873

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The nature of the soft palate. Journal of Anatomy 74(Pt 2): 147-170

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The nature of the stimulus in the Solidago gall induced by the larva of Gnorimoschema gallaesolidaginis.. Brookhaven Symposia in Biology, no. 6(1953): 235-251

The nature of the thermal optimum for lungfish lactate dehydrogenase. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 27(2): 609-611

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The nature of the veracervix or neck region in insects. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 10 187-197

The nature of tho Rookery. Peregrine Douglas Isle of Man, 13: 12-19

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The nature of tho blood-meal of Indian Culicoides. Proceedings of the Indian Science Congress, 23: 358

The nature of thyroidal secretions in reptiles. General and Comparative Endocrinology 25(1): 74-82

The nature of tissue regeneration after wounding in the sea anemone Calliactis parasitica (Couch). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 543: 599-617

The nature of unit characters.

The nature of unusual luminescence in natural calcite CaCO (sub 3). American Mineralogist 93(1): 158-167

The nature of vendobionts. Geological Society Special Publications 286(Pages 387-397

The nature population and sex ratio of Chirocephalus nankinensis in Hangchow and its vicinity and the preliminary results of crossing experiments in the laboratory. Acta zoola: 204-205

The nature reserves in the Soviet Union. Moskva, 224

The nature, distribution and sources of vitamin A and carotenoids in Euphausiacea. Res. des Commun. 3me. Congr. Internat. Biochimie 1955. Collected Reprints Scottish Marine Biological Association, 202

The nature, distribution, and uses of the colours of birds. North Staff Nat Field Club, 53-78

The nature, formation and engineering significance of sinkholes related to dissolution of chalk in SE Hampshire, England. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology 41(3): 279-290

The nature, inci-dence and geographical distribution of amphistome infestations in neat cattle, buffaloes and goats in Ceylon. Ceylon Journal of Science. 1952; 25B1: 59-73

The nature, incidence and treatment of endamebiasis. Journal of the American Medical Association Chicago, 86: 457-462

The nature-conservation value of abandoned metalliferous mine sites in Cornwall.

The naupliar development of six species of freshwater harpacticoid Copepoda. Annales Zool fenn, 143: 135-161

The naupliar stages of Balanus hesperius Pilsbry. Canadian Jour Zool 37(3): 237-244

The naupliar stages of Balanus pallidus stutsburi Darwin and Chthamalus aestuarii Stubbings (Cirripedia Thoracica). Crustaceana, 13: 161-174

The naupliar stages of Eucalanus inermis Giesbrecht, 1893 (Copepoda, Calanoida) from the Humboldt Current System (northern Chile). Crustaceana (Leiden). May; 795: 513-523

The nauplii of Noto-delphys agilis Thorell and Doropygus porcicauda Brady. Journal of the Marine Biological Association Plymouth, 18: 519-522

The nauplius 2, metanauplius, and calyptopis stages of Thysanopoda tricuspidata Milne-Edwards (Euphausiacea). Fishery Bull US natn Ocean atmos Admn, 711: 53-67

The nauplius eye and frontal organs in Malacostraca (Crustacea). Sarsia, 1-54

The nauplius eye and frontal organs of the non-malacostraca (Crustacea). Sarsia: 1-128

The nauplius larvae of Ponteilopsis occidentalis Esterly (Copepoda, Calanoida). Transactions of the American Microscopical Society, 84: 43-48

The nauplius larvae: of Eurytemora herdmani Thompson & Scott, 1897 (Copepoda, Calanoida). Crustaceana: 307-313

The nautiloid order Ellesmeroceratida (Cephalopoda). Memoirs Institute of Mining Technology New Mexico, 12: 1-234

The navigation of the green turtle. Unknown

The navigational basis of homing in birds. Abstracts of Dissertations University of Cambridge, 1950-51: 32-33

The ne-ne at home. Wildfowl Trust Bull, 72: 11

The near extinction of a population of northern muriquis (Brachyteles hypoxanthus) in Minas Gerais, Brazil. Neotropical Primates. April; 131: 10-14

The near to linear allometric relationship between the total metabolic energy per life span and the body mass of aves.

The near ultraviolet absorption spectrum of Crotalus venom. Herpetologica 7(4): 173-174

The near-bottom layer as an ecological boundary in marine ecosystems: diversity, taxonomic composition and community definitions. Hydrobiologia 555(1): 49-58

The near-closure of a lagoon in western Iceland: how accurate were predictions of impacts on environment and biota?. Journal of Coastal Conservation 11(2): 75-90

The near-surface hydrological consequences of disturbance and recovery: a simulation study. Journal of Hydrology 364(1-2): 115-127

The nearctic Doryctinae. 10. The genus Rhaconotus Ruthe (Hymenoptera: Braconidael. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 784: 389-403

The nearctic Doryctinae. 4. Notes on the genus Dendrosoter Wesmael and description of one new species. (Hymenoptera: Braconidae.). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 69: 246-247

The nearctic Doryctinae. 5. The genus Leluthia and comments on the status of the tribe Hecabolini. (Hymenoptera: Braconidae.). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 69: 359-364

The nearctic Doryctinae. 6. The genera Acrophasmus, Glyptocolastes, Doryctinus, and a new genus, Stenocorse (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 70: 101-113

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The nearctic Rhagoveliae (Heteroptera, Veliidae). Transactions of the American Entomological Society, 50: 243-252

The nearctic and neotropical species of Scaptomyza Hardy (Diptera; Drosophilidae). Unknown

The nearctic sawflies of the genus Fenusa (Hymenoptera, Tenthredinidae). Transactions of the Illinois Academy of Science, 29(no. 2: 263-266

The nearctic species of Adoxomyia (Diptera, Stratiomyidae). Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 11: 62-64

The nearctic species of the Xysticus labradorensis subgroup (Araneae : Thomisidae). Canadian Entomologist, 96: 1138-1142

The nearest Allies of the Horse. J N. H. Soc: 82-98

The nearly neutral theory with special reference to interactions at the molecular level.

The nearshore avifauna of the middle American west coast. Auk, 914: 681-699

The nearshore fish assemblage of the Scripps Coastal Reserve, San Diego, California. Coastal Management ober- ember; 32(4): 341-351

The nearshore fish community. Great Lakes Fishery Commission Special Publication. December; 05-02: 77-89

The nearshore western Beaufort Sea ecosystem: Circulation and importance of terrestrial carbon in arctic coastal food webs. Progress in Oceanography, 712-4: 362-378

The neascus (Posthodiplostomulum) stage of Posthodiplostomum nanum Dubois and an experimental determination of part of the life cycle. Journal of Helminthology, 41: 269-276

The nebulette repeat domain is necessary for proper maintenance of tropomyosin with the cardiac sarcomere. Experimental Cell Research 314(19): 3519-3530

The necessary number of predatory fishes and their use as biological melioration. Trudy Akad Nauk Latv SSR Inst Biol, 23: 319-325

The necessity for Earth expansion. Pages 375-396 1981

The necessity for more accurate statistics regarding the distribution and incidence of tropical diseases in the United States. American Journal of Tropical Medicine, 16: 15-24

The necessity for quantitative methods in the investigation of the animal life on the sea-bottom. Proc Soc. London: 687-694

The necessity for renewal in agricultural higher education.

The necessity in marine biological investigation for data regarding physical and chemical oceanography and plankton content and distribution. Proc Fourth Pacific Science Congress Java 2b: 931-937, 1929( )

The necessity of a multiple-point prior model. Mathematical Geology 38(5): 591-610

The necessity of developing systematics. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal, 31: 169-174

The necessity of fundamental work on population dynamics. Bollettino di Zoologia Agraria e Bachicoltura 2: 7: 105-106

The necessity of the establishment of aquaculture sediment quality criteria (SQC) in Pearl River Delta.

The necessity of the foreign investments in Romanian agriculture.

The neck and chest glands of the Australian hopping-mice, Notomys. Australian J Zool, 232: 151-157

The neck band of the blue jay, Cyanocitta cristata. Inland Bird Banding News, 493: 83-87

The neck body in normal and X-radiated insect spermatogenesis. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 47: 149-159

The neck musculature of a cryptodire (Deirochelys) and a pleurodire (Chelodina) compared. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, 129: 343-368

The neck region of the spermatozoon of Discus rotundatus (Muller) (Pulmonata, Stylommatophora). Journal Morph50(2)(i): 299-306

The neck-wringer. Ohio Lepidopterist. December; 244: 68-69

The necking of giraffes. Field, 214: 147

The necrophilous habit in Coleoptera. Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society, 32: 202-204

The nectar eating habits of the Purple Finch. Condor, 42: 126

The nectar is in the journey: pragmatism, progress, and the promise of incrementalism.

The nectar preference of Wisconsin mosquitoes. Dissertation Abstr lnt, 346: 2676

The need and desirability of a biological survey of the parasitic fauna of the United States. Science New York, 33: 591

The need and new tools for surveillance of Escherichia coli pathogens. Food Technology and Biotechnology 46(2): 125-145

The need and practice of monitoring, evaluating and adapting marine planning and management ”lessons from the Great Barrier Reef.

The need for a North American coordinated bird monitoring program. U S Forest Service General Technical Report PSW: 191: 982-984

The need for a change in direction - toward the same goal. Raptor Res, 6(C): 38-41 Suppl.

The need for a computational structure of LCC.

The need for a new conservation policy for wild Primates. Unknown

The need for alternative health risk indicators due to non-fecal inputs of E. coli and Enterococci from papermill effluents into recreational waters. Scientific Investigations Report Pages 28

The Need For And The Proposal Of A New Genetic Term. Science 72(1864): 294-295

The need for and use of controls in hookworm inquiries. J Med. London: 458-473

The need for better study collections of African Ungulates. Mammalia, Paris: 338-347

The need for biological investigations in the specific determination of gall midges.

The need for careful technique and reports of results in ringing. Ring, 5: 160-163

The need for caution when identifying scaup, ferruginous duck and other species in the Aythya genus. London Bird Rep6: 86-93

The need for co-operation in conservation of SE Aru turtles. Unknown

The need for coherence between waterfowl harvest and habitat management. Wildlife Society Bulletin ember; 34(4): 1231-1237

The need for conservation in the sea. Oryx, 9: 151-153

The need for conservation of freshwater environments. Unknown

The need for coordinated efforts in developmental studies.

The need for differentiation of trichomoniasis and pox infection in doves. Jour Wildlife Management 24(3): 348

The need for education and collecting. Bird-Banding, 451: 24-28

The need for high pressure rock tests for a geological survey at great depths. Archives of Mining Sciences = Archiwum Gornictwa 52(3): 281-296

The need for integrating planetary protection science and technology into Mars and lunar human exploration planning. LPI Contribution Pages (Abstract 3172

The need for investigating fish conditions in winter. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 65: 51-56

The need for large-scale, integrated studies of biodiversity - experiences in Brazilian Amazonia.

The need for more careful diagnosis, more efficient prophylaxis, and complete cure of cases suffering from Bilharzia disease. TransTroMed. Hyg. Lond: 473-478

The need for partner consent is a main reason for opting out of routine HIV testing for prevention of mother-to-child transmission in a rural Ugandan hospital. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 44(3): 366-369

The need for physiologic-normals research. Unknown

The need for priority reproductive health services for displaced Iraqi women and girls. Reproductive Health Matters 16(31): 93-102

The need for psychiatric care in England: a spatial factor methodology. Journal of Geographical Systems 10(3): 217-239

The need for research concerning endangered species. Ibis, 112: 445-447

The need for science in restoring resilience to the northern Gulf of Mexico; restoring resilience to the Gulf of Mexico coast. U S

The need for speed: informed land acquisitions for conservation in a dynamic property market. Ecology Letters 11(11): 1169-1177

The need for sperm selection may explain why termite colonies have kings and queens, whereas those of ants, wasps and bees have only queens. Theory in Biosciences 127(4): 359-363

The need for standardization in pre- and post-operational ecological surveys. New York Fish GameJ3(2): 180-182

The need for standardization: a literature review of indirect costs of rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. Arthritis and Rheumatism 59(7): 1027-1033

The need for standardized quantitative methods in forest biology. Ecology 10(2): 245-250

The need for supervision of udder health.

The need for the establishment of a reserve to safeguard the tortoise, Emys orbicularis, at Stankow. Chronmy Przyrode Ojczysta, 21(2): 36-38

The need for the further protection of birds of prey. Bulletin of the International Commission for Bird Preservation, 77-86

The need for the urgent effective protection of montaneforests, hilltops in the mid and low country, special forests, grass plains and all stream reservations. Loris, 12: 163-165

The need of Chilomonas paramecium for iron. Journal of Cellular and Comparative Physiology, 16: 265-267

The Need Of A Change Of Base In The Study Of North American Orthoptera. Science 1(1): 19-20

The Need Of Insular Exploration As Illustrated By Birds. Science 88(2293): 533-539

The need of transboundary efforts to preserve the southernmost jaguar population in the world. Cat NewsAutumn; 45: 12-14

The need of vision in homing by Myotis sodalis. Journal of Mammalogy, 47: 356-357

The need to breed: the role of reproductive sciences in small cat conservation. American Zoo and Aquarium Association Annual Conference Proceedings

The need to catch fish of minor importance in the White Sea. Vopol: 162-164

The need to correct for the Suess effect in the application of delta (super 13) C in sediment of autotrophic Lake Tanganyika, as a productivity proxy in the Anthropocene. Journal of Paleolimnology 37(4): 591-602

The need to describe and illustrate all elements in conodont collections - a rationale with special reference to Permian-Triassic conodonts. Albertiana. December; 27: 39-41

The need to preserve the jackass penguins of St. Croix. Bokrnakierie, 254: 89-90

The need to study speed. Science 317(5840): 905-906

The Needs And Opportunities In Parasitology. Science 64(1654): 231-236

The needs of systematic entomology. Journal of Economic Entomology, 35: 732-738

The Needs Of The Mimetic Theory. Science 86(2224): 157-157

The Needs Of The Mimicry Theory. Science 85(2212): 496-498

The neem (Azadirachta indica A. Juss.), an exotic tree species adopted by the peasant farmers of West Central Burkina Faso.

The negative after-potential of frog skeletal muscle fibres. Acta Physiologica Scandinavica Suppl, 58205: 1-32

The negative geotropism of the periwinkle : A study in littoral ecology. Proc Inst. Sci. Halifax: 155-173

The negative impacts upon the environmental aspects in Taiz City and surroundings, Yemen. International Geological Congress, Abstracts = Congres Geologique International, Resumes 32, Part 1: 591

The negative interaction between the degradation of phenanthrene and tricyclazole in medium, soil and soil/compost mixture. Biodegradation 19(5): 695-703

The negative staining of Octopus synaptosomes. Brain Research 29(2): 378-382

The negatively charged amino acids in the lumenal loop influence the pigment binding and conformation of the major light-harvesting chlorophyll a/b complex of photosystem II. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1777(11): 1463-1470

The negatively charged protein extracted from Tetrahymena pyriformis as an attractant in Amoeba proteus chemotaxis. Journal of Cellular Physiology 84(1): 135-140

The neglected 74% - the non-threatened vertebrates - and a reflection on the limitations of the process that fashioned the current schedules of threatened species in New South Wales. Unknown

The neglected crab. World Fishg, 249: 13-16

The neglected gender - males in bees. Apidologie. April; 362: 143-284

The neglected interface: the biology of water as a liquid-gas system. Quarterly Reviews of Biophysics 2(3): 283-304

The neglected role of students in international university rankings. Nephrology, Dialysis, Transplantation 23(5): 1774-1775

The neglected sense-olfaction in primate behavior, ecology, and evolution. American Journal of Primatology 68(6): 519-524

The neglected tern. Underwater Nat, 92: 12-14,32

The nemaode Alfortia edentatus (Looss, 1900) from the intestine of Upper Pleistocene horse. Parazitologiya, 65: 441-443

The nematocidal power of ammonia. Nematologica, 13: 155

The nematocyst toxin of Metridium. Biological Bulletin 140(3): 389-399

The nematocysts and the life-cycles of some hydromedusae. Proceedings Japsyst. Zool: 37-41

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The nematocysts of eolids. Journal of Experimental Zoology Philadelphia, 9 117-142

The nematode Ascaridia cylindrica (Blome. 1909) found in Estonia. Faun Markm, 1: 189

The nematode Cooperia mcmasteri in cattle andsheep in Turkey; first report. Pendik Vet Kontrol Ara Enst Derg, 3: 130-133

The nematode Cylindrogaster longistoma (Stefanski) Goodey, and its relationship. Journal of Parasitology Urbana, 20: 66-68

The nematode Setaria cervi (Rud., 1819) from the deers. Parazitologiya, 61: 89-90

The nematode Thelazia californiensis as a parasite of the eye of man in California. Arch Ophthalmol 13(2): 176-180

The nematode component of the Fauna Europaea project. Nematology Monographs and Perspectives 2: 483-485

The nematode disease of sweet potatoes. Phytopathology 17(8): 549-555

The nematode disease of the rubber-bearing plant Scorzonera saghyz Lipsch. and Bosse and the problem of its control. Unknown

The nematode fauna of Goa. Indian. Journal of Helminthology, 23: 11-20

The nematode fauna of Goa. Pt 2. lndian. Jnth: 22-35

The nematode fauna of greenlings in waters of the Russian Far East..

The nematode fauna of potatoes infectedwith fungi and bacteria in Karelian ASSR and Moscow district. Byull vses ord Trud Kras znam Inst Gelmint K I Skryabina, 6: 65-72

The nematode fauna of the potato in southeast Kazakhstan. Izv Akad Nauk Kazakh SSR Biol, (2): 53-57

The nematode genus Hemicycliophora de Man,1921 with a description of a new plant-parasitic species.

The nematode genus Indocamallanus (nom. nov. pro Neocamallanus) in Heteropneustes fossilis. Science and Culture, 29: 415-416

The nematode genus Raillietnema Travassos, 1927. Jour Washington Acad Sci 30(11): 474-478

The nematode parasites of plants catalogued under their hosts. An alphabetical list of scientific and popular names of plant hosts with their nematode parasites. Unknown

The nematode parasites of the Bufoninae (Amphibia Salienta Procoela Bufonidae) i.

The nematodes (Oxyurata) in Hydrous L. in Bitola (Macedonia-Jugoslavia). Prilozi, 9: 43-44

The nematodes of Lake Balaton. 2. The nematodes of the open water mud in the Kesythely Bay. Annls Inst. biol., Tihany, 35: 109-116

The nematodes of cultivated plants in the western region of Russia. Mag Parasitologie URSS: 5: 253-299

The nematodes of the cereals. Bull Inst Zool appl Phytopath Leningrad, 12: 235-266

The nematodes of vegetables in the Lithuanian SSR. Acta Parasitologica Lithuanica, 3: 21-26

The nematodes parasitic in the alimentary tract of cattle, sheep, and other ruminants. U S Department of Agriculture Bureau Animal Industries Bulletin, 127 1-132

The nematodes parasitic in the gizzard of birds: a study in morphological convergence. Journal of Helminthology 39(2): 207-224

The nemertean Carcinonemertes as an indicator of the spawning history of the host Callinectes sapidus. Proceedings and Transactions of the Texas Academy of Science, 30: 58

The nemertean Carcinonemertes as an indicator of the spawning history of the host, Callinectes sapidus. Proc. 2nd Int. Congr. Parasit. (Washington 6-12 Sept. 1970). J. Parasit.: 56(4 Sect. 2 Pt.1: 156-157

The nemertean Gorgonorhynchus and the fluctuations of populations. American Naturalist, 78774: 94-96

The nemertean fauna of the Gulf of Mexico. U S Dept Agric Fish Bull 55(89): 303-309

The nemertean faunas of the Gulf of Mexico and of southern Florida. Bull Marine Sci Gulf And Caribbean 1(3): 149-186

The nemertine Carcinonemertes as an indicator of the spawning history of the host, Callinectes sapidua. Journal of Parasitology Lancaster, 332: 146-150

The neo-tropical Mutillid Wasps of the genus Timulla Ashmead (Hymenoptera : Mutillidae). Transt. Soc. London: 529-680

The neocortex of the cat. Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis 31(2): 151-201

The neodymium isotopic composition of past North Atlantic Deep Water; first results from deep-sea corals. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 86(52, Suppl

The neogastropod stomach, with notes on the digestive diverticula and intestine. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 67: 23-42

The neolithic industry of the Northern Fayuin District. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 56: 309-323

The neon gobies. The comparative biology of the gobies of the genus Gobiosoma. subgenus Elacatinus. (Pisces: Gobiidae) in the tropical Western North Atlantic Ocean. Unknown

The neon-sign dance of the water-boatman, Tricocorixa verticalis Fieb. (Homoptera). Entomological News Lancaster, 54: 258-259

The neonatal Fc receptor plays a crucial role in the metabolism of IgG in livestock animals. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology 128(1-3): 171-177

The neonatal giant panda: hand rearing and medical management. Unknown

The neonatal plumage pattern of the Double-banded courser. Ostrich, 41: 215-216

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