geoscience.net logo
+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 23933

Chapter 23933 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



The population, behaviour, host specificity and development potential of fruit flies bred at constant temperature in winter. Indian J Entomol 26(2): 195-206

The population, ecology and conservation of the black oystercatcher Haematopus moquini. Ostrich, 481-2: 28-40

The populations of Australian salmon, Arripis trutta (Bloch & Schneider), in Australian waters. Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 10: 22-29

The populations of Balanus amphitrite var. stutsburi on the Guinea coast. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 138: 517-542

The populations of Common frog and toad at Martin Mere. Naturalist, Hull, 915: 133

The populations of Pseudophoxinus zeregi (Heckel) in Israel and Syria and the status of Pseudophoxinus (Pararhodeus) drusensis (Pellegrin) (Pisces: Cyprinidae). Zoological J. Linn. Yearbook American Philosophical Society, 512: 141-145

The populations of Rana arvalis Nills. 1842 from the Ier Valley (The Western Plain, Romania): present and future. North Western Journal of Zoology 2(1): 1-16

The populations of fish at Cow Green, Upper Teesdale, before impoundment. Journal Appl Ecol, 113: 969-996

The populations of fish in dry season pools of the River Sokoto. Fishery Publications London, 19: 1-58

The populations of fish in the River Tees system on the Moor House National Nature Reserve, Westmorland. Journal Fish Biol(5): 573-593

The populations of macroarthropods in the ground litter of some forest communities of the mountain Fruska Gora. Arhiv Biol Nauka, 18(No. 1: 11-12

The populations of mites (Acari: Acariformes) symbiotic to the murine rodents as a way of formation the acarid fauna of mass grain storage constructions. Izvestiya Kharkovskogo Entomologicheskogo Obshchestva. 2002( ); 101-2: 145-147

The populations of redshank and dunlin on saltmarshes in northwest England. Bird Study, 16: 63-64

The populations of the Wedge-tailed Shearwater (Puffinus pacificus). American Museum Novitates, 1512: 1-21

The populations, growth and production of fish in four small streams in southernEngland. Journal of Anim Ecol, 40: 155-190

The poraque. Aquarist and Pondkeeper, 22: 99-100; 130-131

The porcine fat mass and obesity associated (FTO) gene is associated with fat deposition in Italian Duroc pigs. Animal Genetics 40(1): 90-93

The porcupine (Erethizon dorsatum Linnaeus) in the Texas Panhandle and adjacent New Mexico and Oklahoma. Texas J: 351.

The porcupine and fisher in Alabama archaeological sites. Journal of Mammalogy, 42: 544-545

The porcupine, Erethizon dorsatum Linnaeus, (Rodentia), in Texas. Southwestern Naturalist, 192: 214-215

The pore water chemistry, microbial processes, and trace metal mobility of bioluminescent bays. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 39(1): 102

The pores of the contractile vacuoles of Paramecium multimicronucleatum and P. caudatum. Proceedings of the Society of Protozoologists, 3: 7-8

The porifera of the Gulf of Mexico. Fishery Bulletin United States, 55: 259-261

The pormeability of the erythroeyte to cations. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, 8: 255-271

The porphyry-epithermal continuum; a case study from the porphyry Cu-Au deposits of Rosia Poieni and Valea Morii (Apuseni Mts., Romania). IAGOD Guidebook Series 12: 237-239

The porpoise in captivity. New York Zoological Society Bulletin, 16 1041

The porpoise with a purpose. Natural History New York, 66: 38-39

The portunid crab Charybdis feriatus (Linnaeus) commensal with the scyphozoan jellyfish Stomolophus nomurai (Kishinouye) in Hong Kong. Crustaceana, 233: 305-306

The portunid crabs (Crustacea: Portunidae) collected by the NAGA Expedition. Naga Report, 4: 4-38

The position and functional interpretation of the elastic ligaments in the middle-ear region of Gallus. Journal of Morphology Philadelphia, 35: 229-262

The position and number of contractile vacuole pores (CVPs) in conjugants and exconjugants of Chilodonella cucullulus (O.F.M.). Acta Protozool0(6-10): 203

The position effect and its bearing on genetics. Bull Acad Leningrad vol, 129-152

The position effect of the hairy gene. Journal de Biologie Moscou, 4: 555-568

The position effect proved by a spontaneous reinversion of the X-chromosome in Drosophila melanogaster. J. London: 169-189

The position of Anomalurus as indicated by its myology. Journal of the Linnean Society London, XXVII 317-334

The position of Anthicus quadrillum Laf. (Coleoptera Heteromera) and related species in southern and eastern Africa. Systematic Entomology 19(1-2): 21-25

The position of Dama (Cervidae, Mammalia) in the system of fossil and living deer from Europe - phylogenetical analysis based on the postcranial skeleton. Quaternaire: 49-57 Hors-serie Numero 2

The position of Dendrocoelum lacteum in the community of the stony substratum of a lake. Unknown

The position of Epionc mollicularia (Lep. Geometri-dae). Hut News Philadelphia. ? ; 56(1945): 272-276

The position of Flagellata--parasites of Copepoda in the systematics of Euglenoidina. Bulletin de L'academie Polonaise des Sciences. Serie des Sciences Biologiques 17(8): 499-501

The position of Madagascar in Pangaea. Pages 73-76 1981

The position of Musca macrocephala Harris, 1776, and of certain other names of Syrphidae (Diptera) under Article 31 of the Rules. Entomologist's Monthly Magazine, 85: 35-37

The position of Pathology among Biological studies. Croonian Lecture. Proceedings of the Royal Society London, liii 114-129

The position of Phora in the system of Diptera. Entom Mag, XXXVIII 204, 205

The position of Pogonophora in the phylo-genetic system. Z. Zool. Syst. EvolForsch.: 8: 161-172

The position of Pontophilus echinulatus (M. Sars) in the Crangonidae. Jbiol. Ass. U.K: 587-588

The position of Urodela among the lower terrestrial Vertebrata. Unknown

The position of Utetheisa galapagensis (Lepidoptera, Arctiidae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society, 49: 101-109

The position of Xesta cincta (Lea). Nautilus Philadelphia, 66: 95-96

The position of amphipolycotylous mono-geneans in the system and classification of the subfamily Gastrocotylinae. Parazitologiya, 5: 59-67, 1 fig., 1 tab

The position of archaeological and palaeontological research in relation to law. SAMAB Durban, 3: 185-193

The position of birds' feet in flight. Auk Cambridge Mass, 26 109-116

The position of botany and zoology in the system of biological sciences. Byull Obshch. Ispyt. Prir: 5-13

The position of crustaceans within Arthropoda - evidence from nine molecular loci and morphology. Crustacean Issues, 16: 307-352

The position of disulfide bonds in cobrotoxin. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 214(2): 355-363

The position of entomology in the Swedish publio service. Entomologisk Tidskrift Stockholm, 69: 152-154

The position of fish and other higher animals in the economy of lakes. Publications of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 10: 132-142

The position of human malaria oocysts on the stomach of Anopheles maculipennis. Archives Roumaines de Pathologie Experimentale et de Microbiologie, 11: 351-354

The position of morphology in zoological science. Natural Science, X 20-32

The position of nature conservation in South Africa. Koedoe, 5: 1-122

The position of nature protection in Ireland in 1956. Irish Naturalists' Journal, 124: 81-104

The position of nature protection throughout the World in 1950. Unknown

The position of plovers' eggs in nests. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 50: 176

The position of systematic ornithology in South Africa. Bulletin South African Museums Association, 5: 39-45

The position of the Australian Bustard to-day. Emu Melbourne, 32: 84-86

The position of the Merostomata. Geological Magazine London 5: 10 293-300

The position of the Myna in 1950. Notornis, 4: 66-67

The position of the Strepsiptera in the classification of insects. Ent News 47(10): 257-263

The position of the Strepsiptera in the classification of insects. Przegl: 38-42

The position of the Trigonia zone in the Cretaceous deposits of the Far East. C R Acad Sci URSS (Earth Sciences): 128: 809-811

The position of the Urals Stage of the Tatarian in the Unified System of the Permian and Carboniferous Formations.. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR: 1374: 931-933

The position of the animal within Islam, from the prophet's lifetime until the caliphate (approx. 610 to 1492 AC).

The position of the anterior nares. Journal of Anatomy London, 59: 394-400

The position of the compensation point in the Pacific. Dokl Nauk SSSR: 445-447

The position of the feet of birds during flight. Ibis, 157 & 158

The position of the occipital condyles and of the face relative to the skull base in primates. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 13(1): 97-120

The position of the prefacial commissure and facial foramen in squamata. Anatomischer Anzeiger 133(3): 283-286

The position of the respiratory vascular net in the allantois of the chick. American Journal of Anatomy, 21 407-418

The position of the rostralis of the California red scale feeding on lemons. Jour Econ Ent 36(5): 750-751

The position of the testes in cetaceans. Unknown

The position of tho Ringed Plover's eggs. Irish Naturalists' Journal, 9: 244

The position of wild ungulates in Nigeria. Mammalia Paris, 22: 394-398

The position pattern of the copepod parasite Sphy-rion lumpi on the Rosefish, Sebastes marinus and its relationship to the be-haviour of the fish. Copeia, (No. 1: 97-98

The positioning of ciliary organelles in hypotrich ciliates. Journal of Protozoology 20(1): 8-18

The positions, colors, and photometric variability of Pluto's small satellites from HST observations; 2005-2006. Abstracts of Papers Submitted to the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 38: (Abstract 1722

The positive and negative learning process in Octopus vulgaris Lamarck. Influence of the vertical and median superior frontal lobes. Z Vergleichende Physiol 51(3): 185-203

The positive effect of semi-artificial diet on the adult of Epicauta mannerheimi. Journal of Fujian Teachers University Natural Science. Mar 28; 171: 84-86

The positive learning process in Octopus vulgaris. Z Vergleichende Physiol 47(2): 191-214

The positive phototatic reaction of Daphnia magna Straus : a contribution to the understanding of diurnal vertical migration. Netherlands Journal of Sea Research, 23: 319-406

The positive reaction of mosquitoes and biting midges to repellants.. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Kazakhskoi SSR Biol, 1: 53-56

The positive wave component of the spinal cord dorsum potential in the cat. Dissertation Abstracts, 27B 3254

The positives, protocols, and perils of genome-wide association. American Journal of Medical Genetics. Part B, Neuropsychiatric Genetics 147b(7): 1288-1294

The possi-bility of eliminating the Schistosorae snail, Auslralorbis glabratus from canals by control of water flow. Jit. Lancaster Pa: 15

The possibilities in controlling the cabbage fly (Delia radicum (Diptera: Anthomyiidae) and other pests by dipping seedlings before planting. Glasilo Biljne Zastite 8(1): 33-40

The possibilities of analyzing experimental inducement of acute thymus involution. Acta Anatomica 11(4): 586-598

The possibilities of biological control of sanitary injurious arthropods. Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne, 13: 443-448

The possibilities of bird-marking with special reference to the Aberdeen University bird-migration inquiry. Edinburgh Proceedings of the Royal Physical Society, 18 204-218

The possibilities of increasing fish stocking rate and production in fingerling ponds. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae Brno (Fac Agron): 16: 729-742

The possibilities of legal protection of Important Bird Areas (IBA) in Kazakhstan..

The possibilities of natural history. South Eastern Naturalist, 52: 1-9

The possibilities of predicting urinary incontinence in female of reproductive age. Kazanskii Meditsinskii Zhurnal 88(6): 616-619

The possibilities of rural development and the potential role of hunting tourism in rural development.

The possibilities of semi-liberty. Avicultural Magazine London, 10: 72-76

The possibilities of sericiculture in British colonies and dependencies; with special reference to the rearing of wild and semi-wild silkworms. BullInstit. London: 87 110

The possibilities of thorium. PESA News 90: 58-59

The possibilities of using computers in research on waterfowl migration. Bulletin Int Waterfowl Res Bur, 38: 93-98

The possibilities of utilisation of juvenile poplar wood in shearing stress joint.

The possibility and danger of the introduction of the San Jose scale into Great Britain. Proc Ass Econ Biol, 1 172-178

The possibility of Puffinus bermudae Nichols and Mowbray in the north Atlantic. Auk Cambridge Mass, 34 206

The possibility of ameliorating the regeneration of juniper trees in the natural forests of Saudi Arabia.

The possibility of an electro-magnetic explanation for certain great earthquakes (Mb> or =6). Seismological Research Letters 65(3-4): 227

The possibility of an intrauterine invasion of larvae Trichinella spiralis in guinea pigs. Sb vys Sk zemed res Fac Brne (B): 19654: 433-437

The possibility of an undescribed crocodile on New Britain. Herpetologica 12(3): 174-176

The possibility of chemical control of the snail intermediate hosts of Schistosoma mansoni in Venezuela. Journal of Parasitology Suppl, 276: 36

The possibility of chorionic gonadotropin treatment for the stimulation of maturation in fishes. Trudy vses nauchno-issled Inst morsk ryb Khoz Okeanogr, 111: 136-142

The possibility of combating the noxious animals in the fishery of the Limfjord, especially Buccinum undatum and Nassa reticulata. Kobenhavn Ber Biol Stat, 19 20

The possibility of control of Heterodera radicicola and other plant-injurious Nemas by means of predatory Nemas, especially by Mononchus papillatus Bastian. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, 12: 367-386

The possibility of controlling sex ratio at conception. I. Spermatogenesis and the individuality of the spermatozoa. MemEndocrin: 81-92

The possibility of controlling sex ratio at conception. II. The phenotype of X- and Y- bearing spermatozoa. Memoirs Society for Endocrinology, 7: 93-97

The possibility of controlling sex ratio at conception. III. Male serum pH and sex ratio performance. Memoirs Society for Endocrinology, 7: 98-99

The possibility of controlling sex ratio at conception. IV. The use of electrophoresis from sex control. Memoirs Society for Endocrinology, 7: 100-114

The possibility of correction of Norway spruce health conditions by chemical site amelioration.

The possibility of detailed correlation of Australian formations with those of the Northern Hemisphere. Presidential address. Unknown

The possibility of detailed correlation of Australianformations with those of the Northern Hemisphere. Report Australasian Association, 165-190

The possibility of establishment of exotic populations of Luehdorfia japonica Leech (Lepidoptera, Papilionidae) introduced to Mt Ishizare-yama, Kanagawa Prefecture, central Japan.

The possibility of grizzly bears still existing in Saskatchewan. Blue Jay, 23: 136-140

The possibility of host specificity in the genus Ornithocythere (Ostracoda, Entocytheridae). ASB Bull, 15: 40-41

The possibility of identifying hair from S.A. game for forensic purposes. South African Journal of Science, 49: 233-234

The possibility of immunisation of laboratory animals against ascaridosis by use of heterologous nematodes. Trudy vses Inst Gel'mint, 22: 9-14

The possibility of injuring small whales with the standard Discovery whale mark. Report int Commn: 106-108.

The possibility of introducing animals of the Black Sea benthos into the Azov Sea. CR Acad Sci URSS ns, 90: 893-896

The possibility of investigation of tissue and blood serum antigens by the method of passive local haemolysis in gel. Biol. Zh. Armenii, 23(7): 96-98

The possibility of location of the rubythroat to the Polish check-list. Notatki Ornitologiczne, 10: 54

The possibility of mixed infections in avian malaria. Acta Convent III Trop Malar Morb Amsterdam, 2: 556-566

The possibility of naturalisation of the African giant rat (Cricetomys gambianus, Waterhouse 1840) in the Caribbean. Living World. October; 54-55

The possibility of osteogenesis after anabiosis of the bone cells outside the organism.

The possibility of paralytic effects of selected sea stars and brittle-stars on Octopus bimaculatus. Trans Kans Acad Sci 67(3): 496-498

The possibility of protection of chickens from cekal coccidiosis by means of vaccine with irradiated oocysts. Veterinarski Glasnik, 20: 527-530

The possibility of reconstruction of past hydrological changes in a Sphagnum bog by the use of testate amoebae (Rhizopoda: Testacea) in the Carpathian Basin. Internationale Vereinigung fuer Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie Verhandlungen, 294: 1751-1756

The possibility of sex control by artificial insemination with centrifuged spermatozoa. Journal of Agricultural Research 30(10): 893-913

The possibility of specimens with high vertebral number occurring in the brood of large herring with few vertebrae in the White Sea. Rapports et Proces-Verbaux Reun Cons Perm Int Explor Mer, 160: 194-196

The possibility of superfetation in Microtus arvalis Pall. Zoologica Poloniae. 1959-1960; 10: 325-327

The possibility of the former occurrence of the white rhinoceros in the Barotse Protectorate. African Wild Life, 13: 336

The possibility of using Calcisphaerulidae for stratigraphic purposes. Voprosy Mikropaleont, 19: 115-123

The possibility of using dried organic and organomineral fertilizers as an alternative to farmyard manure in early maturing cauliflower.

The possibility of using seismic surveys to recognize the deposit structures of geothermal water. Technika Poszukiwan Geologicznych 43(4(228)): 51-56

The possibility of using the wings nervous system as a criterion in the systematics of insects. Przeglad Zool, 15: 364-371

The possibility of using water scorpions (Heteroptera, Nepidae) to combat mosquito and horsefly larvae. Problemy Parazit, 1: 45-46

The possibility to separate manganese ore in the Donggou mining district, China, using the pyrometallurgy method. Dizhi yu Kantan = Geology and Prospecting 34(3): 26-28

The possible adaptive advantages of terrestrial egg deposition in some fluvial diadromous galaxiid fishes (Teleostei: Galaxiidae). Fish and Fisheries. September; 73: 153-164

The possible affinities of the Australian Tree creepers of the genus Climacteris. Emu, 69: 161-168

The Possible Ancestors Of The Horses Living Under Domestication. Science 30(763): 219-223

The possible and probable etiology and transmission of verruga fever. Journal of Economic Entomology, 6 211-225

The possible application of novel marker methods for estimating dietary intake and nutritive value in primates. Unknown

The possible contribution of nemertines to the problem of the phylogeny of the protochordates. Symposia zoolLond: 319-345

The possible contributions of radioecology to marine productivity studies. Symposia Zool Soc Lond, 29: 271-284

The possible dispersal of Pisidium by Corixidae (Hemiptera). Journal of Conchology London, 241: 17-19

The possible dispersal of seed by Snow buntings to Surtsey in 1967. Natturufroedingurinn, 39: 32-40

The possible ecological significance of hawking by honeyeaters and its relation to nectar feeding. Emu, 70: 90

The possible effect of benches and convective flow segregation in creating mineral layers in intrusive sheets; a model for the Palisades Sill. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 85(47, Suppl

The possible effect of cloud cover on bird migration in Central America. Auk, 64: 316-317

The possible effects of temperature on the fecundity of Grand Bank haddock. Int Comm Northwest Atlantic Fish Spec Publication 6: 515-522

The possible etiological relation of certain biting insects to the spread of infantile paralysis. Journal of Economic Entomology, 5 305-324

The possible evolution of lactation. Zoologische Jahrbuecher Systematik, 92: 41-48

The possible evolutionary history of two Florida skinks. Q. J. Fla Acad. Sci.: 33: 291-293

The possible evolutionary significance of differences in feather structure between closely related Pittidae (Passeres: Mesomyodes). J Soc. Lond: 245-250

The possible existence of clinical toxoplasmosis in Hawaii. Hawaii Medical Journal 12(5): 351-354

The possible existence of temporal sub-speciation in Maniola jurtina (L.) (Lep., Satyridae). Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation, 83: 87-90

The possible field of anatomical research in South Africa. S African Jour Sci 43: 79-89

The possible genetic bases for the origin and evolution of arthropod head. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica y; 44(3): 446-453

The possible genetic method of the regulation of the population density using males with the recessive lethal in the Z-chromosome. Zhurnal Obshchei Biologii, 28: 461-462

The possible harmful effects of the wide scale use of crop protection chemicals in the United Kingdom. Proceedings 5th Tech Meeting Int Un Prot Nat, 154-156

The possible hybrid origin of the feather mite Avenzoaria canuti (Astigmata: Analgoidea) from the red knot Calidris canutus (Aves: Charadriiformes) - a morphological approach. Biological Letters, 432: 119-130

The possible hydrologic effects of the proposed lignite open-cast mining in Drama lignite field, Greece. Hydrological Processes 22(11): 1604-1617

The possible identity of Coralliocaris macrophthalma (H. Milne Edwards, 1837) (Decapoda Natantia, Pontoniinae). Crustaceana(2): 203-205,illust.

The possible identity of the Congo fish Teleogramma with the Cichlid genus Leptolampro-logus. Stanford Ichthyological Bulletin, 1: 160

The possible impact of the depositional environments upon the water chemistry of the Tertiary-Quaternary aquifers in the area northwest of Wadi El Natrun, Egypt. Assiut University Journal of Geology 36(2): 129-159

The possible importance of Earthworms as a factor in the spread of disease. The Lancet 168(4330): 522

The possible importance of flea larvae in relation to flea-borne diseases. Journal Med Ent Honolulu, 96: 604

The possible importance of other vertebrates in sardine investigations. Transactions of the North American Wildlife Conference, 16: 431-436

The possible improvement of the human breed under the existing conditions of law and sentiment. The second Huxley Lecture. Nature, lxiv 659-665

The possible influence of major mutations on general or directional mutability of the genotype. Journal of Genetics London, 49: 192-208

The possible influence of stratospheric sudden warming on East Asian weather. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences 25(5): 841-846

The possible intermediary hosts of Schistosoma in South Africa. Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 21: 69-70

The possible internal structure of Jupiter family cometary nuclei. LPI Contribution Pages 18

The possible lethal action of Glochidia on the alevins of Salmo salar. Report Avon Biological Research Southampton, 4: 79-84

The possible mechanism of conditioning the diapause and the influence of temperature regime during the pupa development upon the diapause of the silkworm. Biol. Zh. Armenii, 23(6): 77-82

The possible mechanisms of magnetic sensibility of birds. Biol. Zh. Armenii, 23(8): 26-34

The possible mining techniques.

The possible modification of the response of the wild type to recurrent mutations. Amer Nat 62(629): 115-126

The possible nature of the Book Lungs of Spiders. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society, 35 156

The possible occurrence of Argynnis cydippe L. (Lep.) in Kintyre. Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation, 83: 217-218

The possible occurrence of Schistosoma japonicum, Katsurada in India. Records of the Indian Museum, 16 425-430

The possible occurrence of Trypanosoma cruzi (Chagas) in West Virginia. Proceedings of the West Virginia Academy of Science, 38: 15-17

The possible occurrence of another species of wild Elephant, near the Inland Sea, in the Province of Singora, southern Siam. Indian Forester Dehra Dun, 51: 124-126

The possible origin of the breeding bramblings (Fringilla montifringilld) in the Netherlands in1965and 1966. Limosa, 41: 75

The possible origin of the dwarf cattle of Socotra. Geogrl J33(1): 39-42

The possible part played by serotonin in the peripheral link of the defence reflex in the mollusc Lymnaea stagnalis.. Zhurnal Evolyutsionnoi Biokhimii I Fiziologii. Mai-Iyun; 383: 225-231

The possible pathogenicity of Oiardia intestinalis. IndGaz. Calcutta: 561-562

The possible presence of an abnormal nucleic acid in the sponge Cryptotethya crypta. Jour Histochem And Cytochem 2(3): 395-400

The possible presence of male Schistosomes alone. Journal of Parasitology Urbana, 14: 62-63

The possible reason for the appearance of the larvae of Filaria bancrofti in the peripheral circulation at night.. Tokyo Igakk Zasshi, 30: 465-473

The possible receptors of humidity and temperature in two Egyptian grasshoppers, Aiolopus thalassinus F. and Sphingonotus carinatus Sauss. (Orthoptera: Acrididae). Bulletin Societe Entomologique d'Egypte, 48(1964): 245-257

The possible relationship between Entamoeba moshkovskii, the Laredo strains and Brumpt's Entamoeba dispar, Trans.. R Soc trop Med Hyg, 63: 285-286

The possible relationship between mammary dysplasia and breast cancer.

The possible risks of biomass-growing for the natural environment and landscape and their public perception.

The possible role of acetylcholine in Schistosoma mansoni. British Journal of Pharmacology and ChemoTherapy 26(3): 656-665

The possible role of an [FeFe]-hydrogenase-like protein in the plant responses to changing atmospheric oxygen levels. Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry 102(5-6): 1359-1365

The possible role of domestic animals in the epidemiology of T. rhodesiense sleeping sickness. Bulletin de la Societe de Pathologie Exotique et de Ses Filiales 62(2): 334-334

The possible role of fire on population density of the Florida scrub lizard, Sceloporus woodi Stejneger. Bulletin Md Herpet Soc, 101: 20-22

The possible role of haemoglobin in Anisops and Buenoa (Hemiptera: Notonectidae). Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society of London (A): 39: 166-175

The possible role of infectious agents in the extinctions of species. Unknown

The possible role of inheritance in the quantitative character of a coccidian infection of the rat. Parasitology 25(3): 397-401

The possible role of marginal lagoons and beaches in the improvement of the quantity of Tilapia stocks in Lake Victoria. Report East African Freshwater Fisheries Research Organization, 1965: 74-78

The possible role of oriental civets in the recent SARS epidemic. Small Carnivore Conservation. October; 31: 10-12

The possible role of peroxides in radiation and chemical mutagenesis in Drosophila. Proceedings 5th int Conf Radiobiol Stockholm, 1956 449-456

The possible role of sulfhydryl groups in assaying the natural radiosensitivity of silk-worm eggs. Biol Zhurn Armenii, 24(10): 83-84

The possible role of the DNA content of spermatozoa for activation process of the eggs of the clam, Spisula solidissima. Chromosoma, 74: 328-339

The possible role of ticks as vectors of leptospirae. Experimental Parasitology, 5: 570-579

The possible significance of certain cranial features in Cattle. A preliminary note. Bulletin International de l'Academie Cracovie Ser B: 95-105

The possible significance of sex-chromatin for the determination of genetic sex in ambisexual teleost fishes. Unknown

The possible significance of spermathecae in pseudoscorpions (Arachnida). Bulletin Brnol. Soc: 91-95

The possible sources of Toxocara (Neoascaris) vitullorum infection in neonatal Zebu calves in Northern Nigeria.

The possible subsidence of Haifa Bay since the late Pleistocene; new evidence. Abstracts - Israel Geological Society, Annual Meeting 2008: 124

The possible thermoregulatory function and its character of the velvety antlers in the Japanese deer (Cervus nippon). Journal of the Mammalogical Society of Japan, 61: 1-11

The possible transport of trace metals via moulted copepod exoskeletons. Limnol. Oceanogr.: 15: 756-761

The possible uplift of western Mount Carmel since the middle Pleistocene. Annual Meeting - Israel Geological Society 2007: 144

The possible use of infrared thermal imagery for wildlife census. North Am Moose Conf Workshop, 8: 301-325

The possible use of the sun by migrating birds. Proceedings International Ornith Congr, 15: 700

The possible use of tools by polar bears to obtain their food. Arbok norsk Polarinst, 1972: 177-178

The possible use of uninominal nomenclature to increase the stability of names in biology. Syst Zool 13(4): 182-190

The possible vectors of the spring-summer encephalitis. Travaux de l'Academie Militaire de Medecine Kiroff Armee Rouge, 18: 189-197

The possum fauna of Western Australia: decline, persistence and status. Unknown

The possum in New Zealand. Australinamus Mag 13(7): 234-238

The post glacial dispersal of American caribou. Int Congr Zool, 161: 206

The post juvenal molt of the male Brown-headed Cowbird (Molothrus ater). Bird-Banding, 29: 224-228

The post perovskite phase transition; implications for shear-induced poro-viscoelastic interactions at D. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 85(47, Suppl

The post, embryonic growth of certain forest birds and its bearing on some peculiar features of their ecology. CR Acad Sci Moscow NS: 54: 285-288

The post-Eocene For-mation of Western Washington. San Francisco. Proceedings of the California Academy of Science 4th Series): 6 19-40

The post-Laramide disconformity in northwest Arizona; a proxy for the Eocene-Oligocene transition?. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 39(5): 44

The post-Linnaean development of taxonomy. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London, 170: 234-244

The post-canine teeth of Tritylodon longaevus Owen. Annnat. Hist: 514-520

The post-cranial osteology of Chilonycteris psilotis. Revista de Biologia Tropicale, 17: 147-163

The post-cranial osteology of Egyptian geckos. Bulletin de l'Institut du Desert Egypte, 51: 99-136

The post-cranial osteology of Uromastix hardwickii (Gray). J Morph. Physiol: 25-35

The post-cranial skeleton of Aprasia repens. Copeia (1): 22-28

The post-cranial skeleton of Exaeretodon riograndensis Abdala et al. (Cynodontia, Traversontidae), Triassic of Brazil. Revista Brasileira de Paleontologia 10(2): 79-94

The post-drift fossils of the Clyde drainage area at low levels. Unknown

The post-embryonal development of the male of Daphnia magna. Jtt mier. Cl. (4): 276-283

The post-embryonic changes in Melipona quadrifasciata anthidioides Lep. (Hym., Apoidea) 5. Polyploidy in the larval malpighian tubules. Cytologia, 34: 369-374

The post-embryonic development of British Pinnotheres. (Crustacea). Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London. 1955; 124: 687-715

The post-embryonic development of Hanseniella agilis (Symphyla). Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science New Series, 85: 191-328

The post-embryonic development of Julus terrestris. Phil ; clxxix: 157-179

The post-embryonic development of Metrioptera (Roeseliana) roeselii (Hgb.) (Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae).. Acta Musei Reginaehradecensis Hradec Kralove (A): ?3: 45-78

The post-embryonic development of an Australian Xanthid Crab (Pilumnus vestitus Haswell). Records of the South Australian Museum, 4: 321-331

The post-embryonic development of the coot Fulica atra. Ardea, 623-4: 172-189

The post-embryonic development of the external genitalia of Tetrix Latreille (Orthoptera: Tetrigidae). Annals and Magazine of Natural History Series 13: 7(1964): 301-313

The post-embryonic development of the flight muscles of Lamarckiana sp. (Orthop-tera) and a brief comparison of these with those of Saussurea stuhlnanniana (Karsch) and Tanita dispar (Miller). Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society of London (A): 29: 23-31

The post-embryonic development of the head-capsule of Cybister tripunctatus africanus Cast. (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae). Bulletin Societe Entomologique d'Egypte, 50: 255-262

The post-embryonic development of the prothoracic gland of the cabbage looper Trichoplusia ne (Hubner) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) under normal and experimental conditions. Dissertation Abstr lnt, 347: 3101

The post-embryonic development of the tracheal system in Drosophila melanogaster. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science, 98: 123-150

The postembryonic developmental instars of Diaptomus siciloides Lilljeborg. Journal of Morphology 107: 297-355

The post-embryonic ontogeny of Acridomorpha (Orthoptera). Eos Madrid. 1967 ; 43: 413-514

The post-fire effects on the outcrossing rate of a Brazilian savannah shrub, Helicteres sacarolha A.St.-Hil.

The post-fledging mortality of the Blackbird in Great Britain. Bird Study, 8: 89-97

The post-fledging mortality of the Kittiwake. Bird Study: 97-102

The post-glacial climatic optimum in Ireland. Irish Naturalist, 30: 85-96

The post-glacial deposits at Apethorpe, Northamptonshire. Proceedings of the Malacological Society of London, 34: 302-315

The post-glacial downcutting history in the Waihuka tributary of Waipaoa River, Gisborne District, New Zealand, and implications for tectonics and landscape evolution. Pages 18-19 2005

The post-glacial history of Zonotrichia capensis. Bull Artier Mus Nat Hist 77(7): 381-438

The post-glacial lava flows of Tongariro Volcano; new insights from airborne interferometric radar. Geological Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication 110A: 146

The post-glacial rebound signature from 50 years of gravity observations in Canada. Pages (unpaginated 2000

The post-hatching stages of the red shiner, Notropis lutrensis. Copeia, 539-544

The post-juvenal molt of the Grasshopper Sparrow (Ammodramus s. australis). Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology University of Michigan Ann Arbor, 336: 1-7

The post-larval development of Loimia medusa Sav. Jour Marine Biol Assoc Unit Kingdom 15(1): 129-149

The post-larval development of Membranipora serrilamella Osburn (Bryozoa, Cheilostomata). Proceedings of the Japanese Society for Systematic Zoology, 9: 45-54

The post-larval development of Uca lactea (de Haan) and Macrophthalmus (Mareotis) japonicus (de Haan)(Crustacea, Brachyura, Ocypodidae). Zoological Mag Tokyo, 851: 40-51

The post-larval development of the shore crab Ocypoda plalytarsis M. Edwards and Ocypoda cordim ana and Desmarest. Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences, 40B4: 89-101

The post-larval migration of the Red-spottednewt, Notophthalmus viridscens (Rafinesque). Copeia, 515-528

The post-larval sand eels (Ammodytidac) of the Celtic Sea and Plymouth area. Journal of the Marine Biological Association Plymouth, 28: 287-313

The post-larval stages of sand-eels (Ammodytidae) in Faroe, Iceland and W. Greenland waters. Acta Naturalia Islandica, 17: 1-75

The post-larval stages of the Plaice, Dab, Flounder, Long Rough Dab, and Lemon Dab. Report of the Fishery Board for Scotland, xvi(Pt. III): 225-247

The post-larval stages of the spiny lobster Panulirus argus. Bull Marine Sci Gulf And Caribbean 2(1): 324-337

The post-late Pontian paleogeographic evolution of the south Harghita Mountains area and the adjacent basins. Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai Geologia

The post-natal development of holocrine epidermal specializations in gekkonid lizards. Journal of Morphology 147(1): 1-7

The post-natal development of the rat salivary glands. Biologia Bratislava, 2712: 925-938

The postnatal development of the rat submaxillary gland. Journal of Anatomy 93(2): 201-216

The post-natal development of the reproductive tract of the springbok ram lamb Antidorcas marsupialis marsupialis. Zoologica afr: 301 311,2 pis

The post-natal distribution of the abdominal chromaffin tissue in the guinea-pig, mouse and white rat. Journal of Anatomy 94: 244-256

The post-natal growth of nestlings of some passerine birds and the formation of their behaviour. Trudy Problemnykh I Tematicheskikh Soveshchanii Zoologicheskii Institut Akademiya Nauk, 9: 287-297

The post-naupliar stages of the crustacean Euphausia pacifica. Trans Amer Microsc Soc 69(4): 373-386

The post-notochordal tail in Dipnoi and Urodela. Trans Zool Soc London 29(5): 357-390

The post-ovulatory follicles of blackbirds (Agelaius). Journal of Morphology 118(3): 331-351

The post-parturient rise in sheep. Parasitology, 58: 8P

The post-peak failure properties and deformational structures of rocks under conventional triaxial compression conditions. Archives of Mining Sciences = Archiwum Gornictwa 52(3): 297-310

The post-pliocene non-marine mollusca of Essex. Congress South-Eastern Union Scient. Societies Colchester, 1926: 72-75

The post-puerulus of Palitmrus vulgaris Latr. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 181-188

The post-release success of captive-bred Louisiana pine snakes. Proceedings of the National Conference of the American Association of Zoo Keepers Inc, 30: 47-49

The post-spiracular seta and sensillus in the Mallophaga (Insecta). Annals and Magazine of Natural History Series 12: 7: 716-718

The post-synaptic action of some putative excitatory transmitter substances. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 192(1109): 481-489

The post-tsunami outbreak of diarrhoeal diseases in Car Nicobar Island, India, was caused by human group A rotavirus G2 strains. Journal of Infection 57(4): 357-359

The postabdomen of Cinderella, with a new species from Argentina (Diptera: Heleomyzidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 42: 80-83

The postantennal region of the insect embryo. Canadian Jour Zool 41(6): 909-912

The postcentral area of the cerebral cortex in mantled baboons (Papio hamad/ryas). Voprosy Antropologii Mosk, 6: 30-43

The postchalimus development of Lepeophtheirus polyprioni Hewitt,1963 (Copepoda : Galigidae). Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand Zoology, 4(9): 157-159

The postcranial elements of Paradolichopithecus arvernensis (Primates, Cercopithecidae, Papionini) from Lesvos, Greece. Annales Geologiques des Pays Helleniques, 39(A): 71-86

The postcranial morphology of Ptilocercus lowii (Scandentia, Tupaiidae) and its implications for primate supraordinal relationships. Unknown

The postcranial morphotype of Primates. Unknown

The postcranial osteology of Rhineura. Bulletin Chicago herpetol. Soc, 83-4: 43-44

The postcranial osteology of the lizard Shinisaurns. 1. The vertebral column. American Museum Novitates, 2378: 1-21

The postcranial osteology of the lizard Shinisaurus: the appendicular skeleton. Herpetologica: 87-98

The postcranial skeleton of African cynodonts. Bulletin Peabody MusHist: i-x,1-216

The postcranial skeleton of African cynodonts and problems in the evolution of mammalian postcranial anatomy. Dissertation Abstracts lnternational, 30B 1756

The postcranial skeleton of Kayentatherium wellesi from the Lower Jurassic Kayenta Formation of Arizona and the phylogenetic significance of postcranial features in tritylodontid cynodonts.

The postcranial skeleton of Schizothorax plagiostomus Heckel (Pisces, Cyprinidae) and related species. Biologia Lahore, 232: 125-136

The postcranial skeleton of Uromastix hardwickii Gray. Biologia Lahore, 2: 231-246

The postcranial skeleton of early Oligocene Leptictis Mammalia: Leptictida), with a preliminary comparison to Leptictidium from the middle Eocene of Messel. Palaeontographica Abteilung A Palaeozoologie-Stratigraphie. October; 2781-6: 37-56

The postembryo development of the corn crake and the moorhen of fam. Rallidae. Vestnik Leningradskogo Gosudarstvennogo Universiteta, 9: 89-95

The postembryonic development of Cochlidion limacodes Hufn. (Lepidoptera: Cochlididae). Proceedings 10th International Congress of Entomology Montreal 1956: 1: 563-566

The postembryonic development of Hemimerus vicinus Rehn & Rehn (Dermaptera: Hemimeridae). Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society of London (A): 41: 67-77

The postembryonic development of the female reproductive system in Limnothrips cerealium Haliday (Thysanoptera: Thripidae). Verhnt. Kongr. Ent. Wien , Vienna: 361-362

The postembryonic development of the female reproductive system in Limothrips cerea-liutn Haliday (ThysanoDtera: Thripidae). Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 136: 411-437

The postembryonic development of the first pleopod of Cambarus longulus Girard (Decapoda, Astacidae). Virginia Journal of Science NS: 71: 9-13

The postembryonic development of the harvest mouse (Micromys minutus Pallas). Russian Transl Progm NLL RTS: 7461: 1-4

The postembryonic development of the skull of the Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri Gray) Biological results of the Soviet Antarctic Expedition (1955-1958). Issled Morei: 387-427

The postembryonic development of the thoracic chaetotaxy of Protaphorura armata and P. furcifera (Collembola: Onychiuridae). Bulletin zool. Mus. Univ. Amsterdam, 64: 31-38

The postembryonic developmental instars of Diaptomus oregonensis Lilljeborg, 1889 (Copepoda). Crustaceana(2): 123-163,illust.

The postembryonic growth of the central nervous system of the house cricket (Gryllus domesticus L., Orthoptera, Insecta). Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR Moscow, 139: 230-233

The postembryonic period of development of some White Sea starfish. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR Biol Sci, 181: 1009-1012

The postembryonic stages in the life cycle of Aulacigaster leucopeza (Meigen) (Dip tera Cyclorrhapha: Aulacigasteridae). Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society of London (A): 28: 77-84

The poster; a petrologic exercise for the resource-challenged. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 84(46, Suppl

The posterior and the prior in Bayesian phylogenetics. Annual Review of Ecology Evolution and Systematics 37: 2

The posterior end of Meckel's cartilage and related ossifications in bony fishes. Quart. Journal Micr Sci London NS: 801: 1-38

The posterior extremity of Siboglinum fiordicum, (Pogonophora). Sarsia, 15: 33-38

The posterior lobes of Nephtys : observations on three New England species. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science, 99: 505-510

The posterior lobes of the brain of Nephtys and the mucus-glands of the prostomium. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science, 96: 545-565

The posterior lymph hearts of the South Indian Batrachians. Half-Yearly Journal Mysore University, 61: 21-29

The posterior roots of the mushroom bodies in the worker of Bombus sp. Journal of Comparative Neurology Philadelphia, 24 283-289

The posterior stigmatic apparatus of Trypetid larvae. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 30: 487-491

The posterior-nuclear form. Interim Rep. League Nations Internat. Commission on Human Trypanosomiasis Geneva, 1927: 118-142

The postern-bryonal development of the family Heterocheilidae and their life cycle. WissMoskauer Staats Univ: 129-131

The posterolateral clusters of cells in the brain of Glycera dibranchiata Ehlers. Dissertation Abstracts, 25: 3176

The postglacial distribution of Corvus monedula in Europe. Limosa 23(3/4): 281-292

The postirradiation period and mutation in Paramecium. Proceedings X internat Congr Genetics, 2: 145-146

The postlarvae and juvenile stages of two species of Pseudosquillopsis (Crustacea: Stomatopoda) from the eastern Pacific region. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 82: 525-537

The postlarval development of the family Gempylidae from the Florida current. I. Nesiarchus Johnson and Gempylus Cuv. and Val. Bulletin of Marine Science of the Gulf and Caribbean, 4: 120-159

The postlarval development of the pronephros in Chanos chanos (Forsk.). Archives Neerlandaises de Zoologie, 10: 386-404

The postmarsupial development of the Tanaidacea. Arkiv Zool 4(5): 409-422

The postnata growth in body weight of the Cat. Anatomical Record Philadelphia, 52: 1-5

The Postnatal Development And Differentiation Of The Boundary Tissue Of The Seminiferous Tubule Of The Rat. Anatomical Record 147: 243-259

The postnatal development of the alimentary canal in the opossum. 3. Small intestine and colon. Journal Anat23(1): 21-45,illust.

The postnatal development of the black swift (Apus apus) nestlings. Trudy zool Inst Leningr, 65: 51-63

The postnatal development of the blood supply of the frontoparietal, scapula and mandible of the cat. Anatomischer Anzeiger 127(4): 369-382

The postnatal development of the blood supply of the humerus in the cat. Anatomischer Anzeiger 127(3): 354-366

The postnatal development of the canine cerebellar cortex. Journal of Comparative Neurology 134(2): 243-254

The postnatal development of the extracellular space in the rat inferior colliculus: an electron microscopic study. Dissertation Abstracts, 28B 2235-2236

The postnatal development of the liver in a marsupial, Didelphis virginiana. 1. Light microscopy. Journal of Anatomy 115(Pt 3): 327-346

The postnatal development of the pelage and ventral gland of the male gerbil. Journal of Morphology 125(3): 303-313

The postnatal development of two broods of Great Horned Owls (Bubo virginianus). University of Kansas Publications of the Museum of Natural History, 1: 157-173

The postnatal growth of the alimentary canal and the main long bones of the free extremities in the Albino Rat. Zentr Okayama med Gesell, 423: 446-450

The postnatal growth of the central nervous system of the Chicken. Journal of Comparative Neurology Philadelphia, 38: 251-297

The postnatal growth of the lung in the dog. Acta Anatomica 47: 185-215

The postnatal growth of the nerves of vibrissae. Journal of Anatomy 96: 521-525

The postnatal growth of the vomeronasal organ of the albino Rat (Mus norvegicus albinus). Journal of Comparative Neurology Philadelphia, 44: 69-86

The postnatal histogenesis of the thyroid gland of the golden hamster (Gricetus auratus). Okajimas Folia Anatomica Japonica, 33: 225-253

The postnatal osteogenesis of the anconea! process in the greyhound and the German shepherd dog. Dissertation Abstracts, 27B 3763

The postnatal skull of the extant North American turtle Pseudemys texana (Cryptodira: Emydidae), with comments on the study of discrete intraspecific variation. Journal of Morphology 270(1): 97-128

The postoperative histologic changes in the nasal mucosa following treatment with amoxycilline or rifampicin: preliminary findings. Pathology, Research and Practice 204(10): 751-755

The postorbital articulation of the palatoquadrate with the neurocranium in the Ccelacanthid fishes. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 41-58

The postorbital bone of Podocnemis (Chelonia). Herpetologica, 1: 117-119

The postorbital wall. A comparative and ethnological study. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia, 75: 115-130

The postprandial increase in blood triglycerides has no direct effect on the brain BOLD response. Human Brain Mapping 30(3): 749-756

The posttranscriptional machinery of Ustilago maydis. Fungal Genetics and Biology 45 Suppl 1: S40-S46

The postural function of muscles is based on a combination of tetanus and tonus. Int. Zool: 311-313

The posture of a falling mouse. British Journal of Animal Behaviour, 1: 118-119

The postures of the tunnel web spider Porrhothele antipodiana: a behavioural study. Tuatara, 213: 108-120

The potassium and chloride conductance of frog muscle membrane. Journal of Physiology 163(1): 61-103

The potassium concentration of frog Ringer's solution. Experientia 18: 21-22

The potassium permeability of a giant nerve fibre. Journal of Physiology 128(1): 61-88

The potassium uptake and rate of oxygen consumption of isolated frog skeletal muscle in the presence of insulin and lactate. Canadian Journal of Biochemistry and Physiology 34(5): 893-902

The potassium-calcium equilibrium and chemotactic sensitivity in Stentor coeruleus. Acta Protozoologica 9: 349-363

The potato StLTPa7 gene displays a complex Ca2+-associated pattern of expression during the early stage of potato Ralstonia solanacearum interaction.

The potato cyst eelworm in South Africa. Newsletter nematol. Soc Sth Afr, 7,1975: 10-12

The potato eelworm hatching factor. 1. The preparation of concentrates of the hatching factor and a method of bioassay. 2. Purification of the factor by alkaloid salt fractionation. Anhydrotetronic acid as an artificial hatching agent. 3. Concentration o. Biochemical Journal Cambridge, 45: 513-537

The potato leafhopper and its relation to hopper burn. Journal of Economic Entomology, 12 149-154

The potato moth (Lita solanella Boisd.). Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales, XIV 321-328

The potato moth: an experimental investigation into the methods of controlling its ravages in stored tubers. Perth Jstral. Soc: 15-19

The potato pests of North Vietnam. Tap San Sinhvat-Dia Hoc, 153: 74-78

The potato root nematode in Estonia. Faunistilisi Markmeid Tartu, 1: 93-94

The potato tuber moth (Phthorimaea operculella Zeller). California Mon. Bullom. Hort. Sacramento: 203-213

The potato-specific apyrase is apoplastically localized and has influence on gene expression, growth, and development. Plant Physiology 147(3): 1092-1109

The potencies and reactions of mesenchyma in fowls, in connection with the problem of avian leucosis. Proceedings Acad Sci Amsterdam, 32: 311-320

The potency of anesthetics in frog gastric secretion in Cl-solutions. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 132(3): 1060-1063

The potency of the pituitary ovulating hormone in immature rats. Tohoku J Agric Sci, 19: 182-187

The potent non-competitive mGlu1 receptor antagonist BAY 36-7620 differentially affects synaptic plasticity in area CA1 of rat hippocampal slices and impairs acquisition in the water maze task in mice.

The potential and problems of agricultural ecosystems for birds in Japan. Global Environmental Research 5(2): 151-161

The potential applications of using compost chars for removing the hydrophobic herbicide atrazine from solution. Bioresource Technology 99(13): 5673-5678

The potential benefits of creatine and conjugated linoleic acid as adjuncts to resistance training in older adults. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 33(1): 213-227

The potential bird and bat hazards to aircraft in the vicinity of the international airport at Accra, Ghana. Ghana J Sci, 131: 10-19

The potential by curare of the action of acetylcholine on the house cricket heart (Orthoptera: Gryllidae). Can Ent, 103: 873-875

The potential contribution of geomorphology to tropical mountain development; the case of the MANRECUR project. Geomorphology 87(1-2): 90-100

The potential demand for bioenergy in residential heating applications (bio-heat) in the UK based on a market segment analysis. Biomass and Bioenergy 32(7): 635-653

The potential depth of underwater caves in the Orlando area, Florida. Annual Report - Cave Research Foundation 1988: 31-33

The potential difference across the surface bounding the unfertilised egg of the brown trout. Proc Roy Soc [London] B108(759): 511-521

The potential distribution of Zorotypus hubbardi Caudell (Zoraptera: Zorotypidae) in north America, as predicted by ecological niche modeling. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington. October; 1084: 860-867

The potential effect on birds arising from the onshore infrastructure of the proposed greater gabbard offshore wind farm. BTO Research Report. 2006( ) August; 445: 1-21

The potential effects of UV-radiation on plant diseases.

The potential effects of marine habitat change on Antarctic seabirds. Ibis 146(Supplement s1): 90-91

The potential effects on birds of the Greater Gabbard offshore wind farm. Report for February 2004 to March 2005. BTO Research Report. 2005( ) October; 419 i-ii, 1-195

The potential effects on birds of the greater gabbard offshore wind farm report for February 2004 to April 2006. BTO Research Report. 2006( ) June; 440: 1-267

The potential existence of analogue Pleistocene meteorite placers in formerly glaciated regions of Russia when compared to Antarctic meteorite placers. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 42, Supplement(Pages A96

The potential for animal and human germplasm contamination through assisted reproductive technologies.

The potential for biological control of the South African weed Polygala myrtifolia.

The potential for brackish water culture along the Gulf of Thailand . Unknown

The potential for competitive and healthy food chains of benefit to the countryside. Trends in Food Science & Technology 19(5): 0-254

The potential for cryptic female choice in primates: behavioral, anatomical and physiological considerations. Special Topics in Primatology, 3: 255-303

The potential for cut-and-break roadheading machines in tunnelling. Publication Series - Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy 6/93(Pages 273-278

The potential for developing community-based tourism among the Bedouins in the Badia of Jordan. Journal of Heritage Tourism 3(1): 36-54

The potential for earthquake triggered landslides in the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 39(5): 38

The potential for eyestalk ablation as a technique for accelerating growth of lobsters, (Homarus americanus) for commercial culture. Proceedings a Meet Wld Maricult Soc, 8: 895-914

The potential for hull-mediated species transfers by obsolete ships on their final voyages. Diversity and Distributions 14(3): 518-529

The potential for integrated control in hops. Proceedings Wash. St. ent. Yearbook American Philosophical Society, No.38: 482-484

The potential for kitchen incubators to assist food-processing enterprises. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business 6(3): 496

The potential for monolayers to reduce the evaporation of water from large water storages. Agricultural Water Management 95(4): 339-353

The potential for multiple fecundity of moose in Finland. Alces 39: 89-107

The potential for nutrient overenrichment to diminish marine biodiversity. Unknown

The potential for optimizing yield from a haddock trawl fishery using seasonal changes in selectivity, population structure, fish condition.

The potential for physiological variation in strains of Trypanosoma evansi in relation to the state of the kinetoplast. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 66(1): 33-39

The potential for premium-intermodal services to reduce freight CO2 emissions in the Quebec City “Windsor Corridor.

The potential for remote cameras to monitor visitation by birds and predators at Malleefowl mounds. Ecological Management & Restoration 9(1): 64-67

The potential for replacement of artemia nauplii with artificial feed for Fenneropenaeus indicus postlarvae. Journal of Aquaculture in the Tropics ust; ): 191-200

The potential for retrieving a high-resolution southern mid-latitude record of LGM to post-glacial climate change from beneath Lake Pukaki, South Island, New Zealand. Pages 51 2004

The potential for reusing treated municipal wastewater for irrigation in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. International Journal of Water 4(1/2): 105-120

The potential for soft shell crab production utilizing heated effluents from power plants in the Galveston Bay system. Proceedings a Conf SEast Ass Game Fish Commnrs, 29: 215-222

The potential for source-sink population dynamics in Hawaii's amphidromous fishes. Bishop Museum Bulletin in Cultural and Environmental Studies y; 3: 87-98

The potential for structurally-controlled lode-style gold mineralisation in the Badger Head Block, northern Tasmania. ProspecTas 13: 12-13

The potential for telemetry in biological research in the physiology of animals and man. L. E. Slater, Bio-Telemetry. Unknown

The potential for telemetry in studies of animal orientation. Unknown

The potential for telemetry in the study of the social behavior of laboratory animals. Unknown

The potential for the culture of Crustacea in salt water in the United Kingdom. Laboratory Leafl Minist Agric Fish Food (N S), 40: 1-13

The potential for translocation of marine species via small-scale disruptions to antifouling surfaces. Biofouling 24(3): 145-155

The potential for using fish refuges to reduce damage to inland fisheries by cormorants, Phalacrocorax carbo.

The potential for using molecular markers to facilitate gene management and the in situ and ex situ conservation of tropical forest trees.

The potential for using the needle litter of Scotch pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) as a raw material for particleboard manufacturing. Bioresource Technology 99(14): 6054-6058

The potential for widespread, threshold dieback of forests in North america Under rapid global warming.

The potential harvest of the sea. Trans Amer Fish Soc 94(2): 123-128

The potential harvest of woodchucks. Jour Wildlife Management 26(2): 144-149

The potential impact of mega sport media on the travel decision-making process and destination choice - the case of Portugal and Euro 2004.

The potential impact of pesticides, heavy metals, and growth regulators on Florida amphibians. Unknown

The potential impact on Cape griffon Gyps coprotheres populations due to the trade in traditional medicine in Maseru, Lesotho. Vulture News ember; 53: 15-19

The potential impacts of global climate change on marine protected areas. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries2002); 11(3): 181-195

The potential influence of bioluminescence from marine animals on a deep-sea underwater neutrino telescope array in the Mediterranean sea. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 55(11): 0-1483

The potential influence of fruit polyphenols on colonic microflora and human gut health. International Journal of Food Microbiology 124(3): 295-298

The potential influence of subduction zone polarity on overriding plate deformation, trench migration and slab dip angle. Tectonophysics 445(3-4): 363-372

The potential influence on waterfowl of port and tidal power development in the Bay of Fundy. Canadian Wildl Serv Rep Ser, 29: 91-100

The potential key seed-dispersing role of the arboreal marsupial Dromiciops gliroides. Acta Oecologica 35(1): 0-13

The potential link between lake productivity and the invasive zooplankter Cercopagis pengoi in Owasco Lake (New York, USA).

The potential longevity of a Paramecium culture. Anatomical Record Philadephia Suppl, 70(No. 1: 39

The potential of Festuca rubra and Calamagrostis epigejos for the revegetation of fly ash deposits. Science of the Total Environment 407(1): 338-347

The potential of Arzama densa (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) for the control of waterhyacinth with special reference to ecology of waterhyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes (Mart. ) Solms). Dissertation Abstracts lnternational, 3710: 4863-4864

The potential of CSEM technology. Hart's EandP 81(3): 91-92, 94

The potential of Commelina benghalensis as a forage for ruminants. Animal Feed Science and Technology 144(3-4): 0-195

The potential of Fuzzy Cognitive Maps for semi-quantitative scenario development, with an example from Brazil. Global Environmental Change 19(1): 0-133

The potential of Ir and Os isotopes as point paleoflux tracers. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70(18): A520

The potential of Lake Ohrid for long-term palaeoenvironmental reconstructions. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 259(2-3): 341-356

The potential of PCR-based marker methods to identify medicinal plants.

The potential of QuikSCAT and WindSat observations for the estimation of sea surface wind vector under severe weather conditions. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 112(C9)

The potential of a herbicide resistant maize technology for Striga control in Africa. Agricultural Systems 97(1-2): 83-94

The potential of aquatic plants to remove heavy metals from mining waste water effluents. Pages 141-14

The potential of auctioning contracts for conservation policy. European Journal of Forest Research 127(3): 183-194

The potential of binational land-cover-change detection procedures for use along the U.S.-Mexico border. U. S. Geological Survey Circular: 33-35

The potential of bio-methane as bio-fuel/bio-energy for reducing greenhouse gas emissions: a qualitative assessment for Europe in a life cycle perspective. Water Science and Technology 57(11): 1683-1692

The potential of biological soil disinfestation to manage Fusarium foot and root rot in asparagus.

The potential of blind source separation techniques for multiple suppression. GeoArabia (Manama) 12(1): 172

The potential of botanical essential oils for insect pest control. Integrated Pest Management Reviews 2(1): 25-34

The potential of carbamate synergists as pest control agents.

The potential of carbonized grain to preserve biogenic 87sr/86sr signatures within the burial environment. Archaeometry 51(2): 277-291

The potential of chironomid (Insecta: Diptera) larvae in archaeological investigations of floodplain and lake sediments. Journal of Archaeological Science uary; 33(1): 14-33

The potential of christmas bird counts for monitoring presence of exotic bird species. Proceedings a Conf S East Ass Fish Wildl Agencies, 31: 272-275

The potential of cultivar mixtures in organic lettuce production.

The potential of different ANN techniques in evapotranspiration modelling. Hydrological Processes 22(14): 2449-2460

The potential of different techniques for volatile compounds analysis coupled with PCA for the detection of the adulteration of olive oil with hazelnut oil. Food Chemistry 110(3): 751-761

The potential of digital filtering of generic topographic data for geomorphological research. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 34(1): 63-74

The potential of downscaled dynamic column extraction for fast and reliable assessment of natural weathering effects of municipal solid waste incineration bottom ashes. Analytica Chimica Acta 619(2): 192-201

The potential of duck hepatitis virus (DHV-1) stimulated the body weight gain and the effects of silymarin on it in younger duck.

The potential of eggplant as a trap crop for the management of Trialeurodes vaporariorum (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) on poinsettia.

The potential of electrical prospecting in studying the stability of oil-water layered systems. Russian Geology and Geophysics 47(7): 890-899

The potential of enhanced manganese redox cycling for sediment oxidation.

The potential of ground gravity measurements to validate GRACE data. Advances in Geosciences 1(Pages 65-71

The potential of high spatial resolution information to define within-vineyard zones related to vine water status. Precision Agriculture 9(5): 285-302

The potential of high-resolution BAC-FISH in banana breeding. Euphytica 166(3): 431-443

The potential of liquid hydrogen for the future carbon-neutral air transport system. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 13(7): 428-435

The potential of milk thistle (Silybum marianum L.), an Israeli native, as a source of edible sprouts rich in antioxidants. International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition 59(4): 339-346

The potential of nano-structured silicon oxide type coatings deposited by PACVD for control of aquatic biofouling. Biofouling 25(1): 55-67

The potential of natural regeneration of rocky outcrop vegetation on rupestrian field soils in Serra do Cipo, Brazil.

The potential of particular starlings (Sturnidae) as indicators of habitat change. Journal of Ornithology 148(Suppl. 2): S261-S267

The potential of phytophagous insects in restoring invaded ecosystems: examples from biological weed control. Ecological Studies, 173: 135-153

The potential of rapid co-detection for differential diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis and paragonimiasis.

The potential of red kwao kreua (Butea superba) in inducing sex reversal on three strains (red, ghana, chitralada) of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus L.) and the effect of 71--methyltestosterone (MT). Asian Fisheries Science ): 271-279

The potential of remote sensing for monitoring land cover changes and effects on physical geography in the area of Kayisdagi Mountain and its surroundings (Istanbul). Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 140(1-3): 33-42

The potential of scatterometer derived soil moisture for catchment scale modelling. Pages 452-457 2003

The potential of seismic methods for detecting cavities and buried objects; experimentation at a test site. Journal of Applied Geophysics 56(2): 93-106

The potential of shale oil residues for bitumen production. Pages 169-172 1983

The potential of some natural enemies as bio-agents against certain diaspidid species. Journal of Union of Arab Biologists Cairo A Zoology, 17: 51-63

The potential of sugarcane as an energy source.

The potential of surface and down-hole seismic in multi-layer basalts. Pages 55-63 1995

The potential of the railway system for the transport of sugar exports: recommendation on the best locations for warehouses in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

The potential of using insecticidal properties of medicinal plants against insect pests. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences 11(10): 1380-1384

The potential of vertebrate microfossils for marine to non-marine correlation in the Late Jurassic. Progress in Natural Science e; 17(6): 655-663

The potential of virus-infected and tick-infested migrating birds in the spread of disease. Verhandlungen XI Internationaler Kongress fuer Entomologie Wien 1960: 3: 87-91

The potential of zooarchaeological data to guide pinniped management decisions in the eastern North Pacific. Unknown

The potential output of meat as estimated from natural and park populations of red deer. Occasional Publ. Rowett Res. Inst, 1, 16-27

The potential output of meat as estimated fromthe vital statistics of natural and park populations of Red deer. Deer, 2: 453-456

The potential productivity of waters on the west coast of Scotland. Symposia Zool Soc Lond, 29: 285-2%

The potential profile of the insect compound eye and optic lobe. J Insect Physiol 10(5): 689-710

The potential push and pull of the development and construction of solar power satellites to Earth orbit colonization and inner solar system colonization; asteroids as a source of construction material. LPI Contribution Pages 59

The potential role of ER isoforms in the clinical management of breast cancer. Histopathology 53(4): 374-380

The potential role of PEON (Phosphate buffer-Extractable Organic Nitrogen) in the soil for plant nutrition and its implication for organic farming.

The potential role of insect suppression in increasing the adoption of cover crops.

The potential role of lactoferrin and derivatives in the management of infectious and inflammatory complications of hematology patients receiving a hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. Transplant Infectious Disease 10(2): 80-89

The potential role of microbial activity and mineralization in exoskeletal development in Micropellidae.

The potential role of microzooplankton in a northwestern Australian pelagic food web. ine Biology Research ch; 2(1): 1-13

The potential role of nutritional components in the management of Alzheimer's Disease. European Journal of Pharmacology 585(1): 197-207

The potential role of pasture management in the control of trichostrongyle worm infection in calves with observations on the diagnostic value of plasma pepsinogen determinations. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 20(11): 214-220

The potential role of redox reactions for the distribution of alkyl naphthalenes and their oxygenated analogues in terrestrial organic matter of Late Palaeozoic age. Organic Geochemistry 38(10): 1692-1714

The potential role of sanctuary areas for biological control of schistosomiasis in Lake Malawi National Park. Unknown

The potential role of stated preference methods in the Water Framework Directive to assess disproportionate costs. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 51(5): 597-614

The potential role of the possum (Trichosurus vulpecvla) as a transport host of Toxocara cams. New Zealand Veterinary Journal, 10: 108-110

The potential scientific importance of caves in south-west Tasmania: a case for their preservation. Pages 43-47 1980

The potential stress effects of whaling and the welfare implications for hunted cetaceans. Unknown

The potential suitability of provenances of Eucalyptus gunnii for short rotation forestry in the UK.

The potential synergistic effects of climate change and fishing pressure on exploited invertebrates on rocky intertidal shores. California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations Reports ember; 45: 98-110

The potential to limit feed dairy replacement heifers. Proceedings of the 17th Annual Tri State Dairy Nutrition Conference, Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA, 22-23 April, 2008: 77-83