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Sadovnikova, Y.N.; Bespalova, L.A.; Antonyuk, L.P. 2003: Wheat germ agglutinin is a growth factor for the bacterium Azospirillum brasilense. Doklady. Biochemistry and Biophysics 389: 103-105
Shakirova, F.; Kildibekova, A.; Bezrukova, M.; Avalbaev, A. 2004: Wheat germ agglutinin regulates cell division in wheat seedling roots. Plant growth regulation 42(2): 175-180
Mitmesser, S.H. 2004: Wheat germ oil and octacosanol. Nutritional ergogenic aids: 247-254
Lin, Y.; Rudrum, M.; van der Wielen, R.P.J.; Trautwein, E.A.; McNeill, G.; Sierksma, A.; Meijer, G.W. 2004: Wheat germ policosanol failed to lower plasma cholesterol in subjects with normal to mildly elevated cholesterol concentrations. Metabolism, Clinical and Experimental 53(10): 1309-1314
Valente, A. 2003: Wheat germ stabilisation using supercritical CO2 and the chemical and nutritional evolution during storage. Tecnica Molitoria 54(11): 1145-1147
Nikulina, M.; Habich, C.; Flohé, S.B.; Scott, F.W.; Kolb, H. 2004: Wheat gluten causes dendritic cell maturation and chemokine secretion. Journal of Immunology 173(3): 1925-1933
Tropini, V.; Lens, J.P.; Mulder, W.J.; Silvestre, F. 2004: Wheat gluten films cross-linked with 1-ethyl-3-(3-dimethylaminopropyl) carbodiimide and N-hydroxysuccinimide. Industrial Crops and Products 20(3): 281-289
Varga, B.; Svecnjak, Z.; Jurkovic, Z.; Kovacevic, J.; Jukic, Z. 2003: Wheat grain and flour quality as affected by cropping intensity. Food Technology and Biotechnology 41(4): 321-329
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Felicio, J.C.; Camargo, C.E. de O.; Castro, J.L. de; Germani, R. 2004: Wheat grain yield and the relationship with diseases and climatic variations in Capao Bonito, in the period 1994 to 2001. Bragantia 63(1): 93-103
Marawaha, R.K.; Bansal, D.; Kaur, S.; Trehan, A. 2004: Wheat grass juice reduces transfusion requirement in patients with thalassemia major: a pilot study. Indian Pediatrics 41(7): 716-720
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Tao Ling; Ren Jun 2004: Wheat growth and yield under different depth film-bottomed cultivation in sandy land. Soil and Tillage Research 76(2): 139-145
Gros, J.B.; Lasseur, C.; Tikhomirov, A.A.; Manukovsky, N.S.; Ushakova, S.A.; Zolotukhin, I.G.; Tirranen, L.S.; Borodina, E.V.; Kovalev, V.S. 2004: Wheat growth on neutral and soil-like substrates: carbon dioxide exchange and microflora. Acta Horticulturae 644: 243-248
Robert, C.; Bancal, M-Odile.; Ney, B.; Lannou, C. 2005: Wheat leaf photosynthesis loss due to leaf rust, with respect to lesion development and leaf nitrogen status. New Phytologist 165(1): 227-241
Bahrman, N.; Negroni, L.; Jaminon, O.; Le Gouis, J. 2004: Wheat leaf proteome analysis using sequence data of proteins separated by two-dimensional electrophoresis. Proteomics 4(9): 2672-2684
Robert, C.; Bancal, M.-O.; Lannou, C. 2004: Wheat Leaf Rust Uredospore Production on Adult Plants: Influence of Leaf Nitrogen Content and Septoria tritici Blotch. Phytopathology 94(7): 712-721
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Caporale, C.; Di Berardino, I.; Leonardi, L.; Bertini, L.; Cascone, A.; Buonocore, V.; Caruso, C. 2004: Wheat pathogenesis-related proteins of class 4 have ribonuclease activity. Febs Letters 575(1-3): 71-76
Walker, A.S.; Leroux, P.; Bill, L.; Wilhelm, E.; Caron, D. 2004: Wheat powdery mildew: what about fungicide resistance in France?. Phytoma 577: 49-54
Silva, J.R. da; Ferreira, C.R.R.P.T.; Nogueira Junior, S. 2004: Wheat price seasonality patterns: Sao Paulo, Parana, United States and Argentina. Informacoes Economicas Instituto de Economia Agricola 34(3): 7-14
Atsmon, S.Y.; Schwarzbach, E. 2004: Wheat production and breeding in Israel from 1948 to 2002. Czech Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 40(1): 17-24
Karam Singh; Rangi, P.S.; Sajla Kalra 2004: Wheat production and sustainability in Punjab: growth and varietal diversity. Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics 59(4): 745-771
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Lookhart, G.L.; Bean, S.R.; Culbertson, C. 2005: Wheat quality and wheat varietal identification. Using cereal science and technology for the benefit of consumers Proceedings of the 12th International ICC Cereal and Bread Congress, Harrogate, UK, 23-26th May 2004: 293-297
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Yarullina, L.G.; Maksimov, I.V.; Yamaleev, A.M. 2002: Wheat resistance to Septoria nodorum and endogenous phytohormones content. Mikologiya i Fitopatologiya 36(5): 71-76
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Bateman, G.L.; Gutteridge, R.J.; Jenkyn, J.F. 2005: Wheat rhizosphere interactions and natural suppression of take-all disease: effects of grass weeds and wheat cultivar on inoculum and disease. Aspects of Applied Biology 73: 155-162
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Macedo, T.B.; Peterson, R.K.D.; Weaver, D.K.; Morrill, W.L. 2005: Wheat stem sawfly, Cephus cinctus Norton, impact on wheat primary metabolism: an ecophysiological approach. Environmental Entomology 34(3): 719-726
Haskins, B.; O' Keeffe, K.; Whitworth, R. 2004: Wheat streak mosaic virus in 2003. Farmers' Newsletter 167: 23-25
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Ghamarnia, F.; Gowing, J.; Rose, D. 2004: Wheat water use from shallow saline water tables in lysimeter experiment. 55th Meeting of IEC International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage International workshop on management of poor quality water for irrigation; institutional, health and environmental aspects, Moscow, Russia, 10 September 2004: 90-101
Wozniak Strzembicka, A. 2003: Wheat yellow rust in Poland: virulence frequencies in pathogen population. Biuletyn Instytutu Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roslin 230: 119-126
Hakim, M.S.; Yahyaoui, A.; El Naimi, M.; Maaz, I. 2002: Wheat yellow rust pathotypes in Western Asia. Meeting the challenge of yellow rust in cereal crops Proceedings of the First Regional Conference on Yellow Rust in the Central and West Asia and North Africa Region, Karaj, Iran, 8-14 May 2001: 55-61
Amato, G.; Giambalvo, D.; Stringi, L.; Miceli, G. di; Frenda, A.S. 2004: Wheat yield and grain quality as affected by tillage, sowing time and nitrogen fertilization under rainfed Mediterranean conditions. Options Mediterraneennes Serie A, Seminaires Mediterraneens 60: 151-155
Khalifa, K.H.; Al Ain, F. 2005: Wheat yield and nitrogen recovery under rainfed conditions as affected by seeding rates and nitrogen fertilizer applications, using a 15N tracer technique. Agrochimica 49(3/4): 140-152
Sandeep Kumar; Pandey, D.S.; Rana, N.S. 2004: Wheat yield and soil bulk density response to tillage, residue and nitrogen management under rice-wheat system. Annals of Agricultural Research 25(1): 113-117
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Schwab, G.J.; Pena Yewtukhiw, E.M.; Wendroth, O.; Murdock, L.W.; Stombaugh, T. 2005: Wheat yield population response to variable rate N fertilization strategies using active NDVI sensors. Precision agriculture ' 05 Papers presented at the 5th European Conference on Precision Agriculture, Uppsala, Sweden: 235-242
Harvey, T.L.; Martin, T.J.; Seifers, D.L. 2002: Wheat yield reduction due to wheat curl mite (Acari: Eriophyidae) infestations. Journal of Agricultural and Urban Entomology 19(1): 9-13
Baby Akula; Shekh, A.M. 2005: Wheat yield response of WTGROWS and Info Crop models to elevated levels of CO2. Journal of Research ANGRAU 33(2): 74-76
Yazar, A.; Gencel, B.; Sezen, M.S.; Koc, M. 2004: Wheat yield response to saline irrigation under Mediterranean climatic conditions. 55th Meeting of IEC International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage International workshop on management of poor quality water for irrigation; institutional, health and environmental aspects, Moscow, Russia, 10 September 2004: 28-39
Haigh, B.M.; Jessop, R.S.; Murison, R.D.; Felton, W.L. 2004: Wheat, barley and triticale as mimic weeds for wild oat in chickpea studies. Weed management: balancing people, planet, profit 14th Australian Weeds Conference, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia, 6-9 September 2004: papers and proceedings: 125-128
Pérez Rodrigo, C.; Ruiz Vadillo, V. 2004: Wheat, bread and pasta in Mediterranean diets. Archivos Latinoamericanos de Nutricion 54(2 Suppl 1): 52-58
Decoin, M. 2004: Wheat, corn and wine - keeping a watchful eye on mycotoxins. Phytoma 574: 26-29
Sadrabadi, R.; Koocheki, A. 2003: Wheat-vetch mixed cropping with supplementary irrigation under low input dryland system. 2 - hairy vetch yield. Journal of Agricultural Sciences Islamic Azad University 9(2): Pe105-Pe118
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Duc, P.; Bezet, M. 2003: Wheat: fusarium and technological and health quality of ears. An example of the consequences of plant diseases on the quality of farm produce. Phytoma 566: 19-21
Mitchell, D.O.; Mielke, M. 2005: Wheat: the global market, policies and priorities. Global agricultural trade and developing countries: 195-214
Lattanzio, S.B.; Eikelboom, R. 2003: Wheel access duration in rats: I. Effects on feeding and running. Behavioral Neuroscience 117(3): 496-504
Davey, G.; Venn, A.; Belete, H.; Berhane, Y.; Britton, J. 2005: Wheeze, allergic sensitization and geohelminth infection in Butajira, Ethiopia. Clinical and Experimental Allergy: Journal of the British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology 35(3): 301-307
Izquierdo, C. 2005: When "health" is not enough: societal, individual and biomedical assessments of well-being among the Matsigenka of the Peruvian Amazon. Social Science and Medicine 61(4): 767-783
Jones, P.S. 2004: When 'development' devastates: donor discourses, access to HIV/AIDS treatment in Africa and rethinking the landscape of development. Third World Quarterly 25(2): 385-404
Kevrekidis, T.; Wilke, T.; Mogias, A. 2005: When DNA puts ecological works back on the right track: genetic assessment and distribution patterns of mudsnail populations in the Evros Delta lagoons. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie 162(1): 19-35
Friis, E.M.; Pedersen, K.R.; Crane, P.R. 2005: When Earth started blooming: insights from the fossil record. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 8(1): 5-12
Rosing, L.; Nielsen, A.M. 2004: When a hole matters - the story of the hole in a bread for French hotdog. DIAS Report, Animal Husbandry 61: 17-22
Ames, P. 2005: When access is not enough: educational exclusion of rural girls in Peru. Beyond access: transforming policy and practice for gender equality in education: 149-165
Mercier, S.; Bussy, C. 2005: When and how to refer a horse with colic?. Pratique Veterinaire Equine 37(145): 21-26
Peres, C.; Cury, F.; Famose, J.P.; Sarrazin, P. 2002: When anxiety is not always a handicap in physical education and sport: some implications of the defensive pessimism strategy. European Journal of Sport Science 2(1): unpaginated
Halpern, B.P. 2004: When are oral cavity odorants available for retronasal olfaction?. Handbook of flavor characterization Sensory analysis, chemistry, and physiology: 51-63
Smith, P.; Frank, J. 2005: When aspirations and achievements don't meet. a longitudinal examination of the differential effect of education and occupational attainment on declines in self-rated health among Canadian labour force participants. International Journal of Epidemiology 34(4): 827-834
Duval, D.T. 2004: When buying into the business, we knew it was seasonal: perceptions of seasonality in Central Otago, New Zealand. International Journal of Tourism Research 6(5): 325-337
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Feldman, T.S.; Morris, W.F.; Wilson, W.G. 2004: When can two plant species facilitate each other's pollination?. Oikos 105(1): 197-207
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Taylor, D.A. 2004: When conflict affects forests. Unasylva English ed 55(217): 48-49
Hoffmann, C.A. 2004: When consumers buy wine, what factors decide the final purchase?. Australian and New Zealand Wine Industry Journal 19(2): 82-86, 88-91
Rizhsky, L.; Liang, H.; Shuman, J.; Shulaev, V.; Davletova, S.; Mittler, R. 2004: When defense pathways collide. the response of Arabidopsis to a combination of drought and heat stress. Plant Physiology 134(4): 1683-1696
Fritschel, H. 2005: When disaster strikes. IFPRI Forum (March): 1, 9-12
Alston, J.M.; Smith, V.H.; Vercammen, J. 2004: When do export subsidies have a redistributional role? Comment. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 86(2): 543-548
Adler, F.R.; Muller Landau, H.C. 2005: When do localized natural enemies increase species richness?. Ecology Letters il; 8(4): 438-447
Murray, B.G. 2005: When does intraspecific C-value variation become taxonomically significant?. Annals of Botany 95(1): 119-125
Genton, L.; Gemert, W.G.van.; Dejong, C.H.; Cox-Reijven, P.L.; Soeters, P.B. 2005: When does malnutrition become a risk?. Nestle Nutrition Workshop Series. Clinical and Performance Programme 10: 73-88
Anonymous 2004: When farmers think blue. Mondo Macchina 13(1): 6-7
Watkins, C. 2003: When food becomes the enemy. INFORM International News on Fats, Oils and Related Materials 14(11): 666-667
Thorpe, A.; Robinson, C. 2004: When goliaths clash: US and EU differences over the labeling of food products derived from genetically modified organisms. Agriculture and Human Values 21(4): 287-298
Maljevic, J. 2005: When hail destroys more than the crop yields. SAD, Revija za Sadjarstvo, Vinogradnistvo in Vinarstvo 16(3): 19-21
Acuna-Soto, R.; Stahle, D.W.; Therrell, M.D.; Griffin, R.D.; Cleaveland, M.K. 2004: When half of the population died: the epidemic of hemorrhagic fevers of 1576 in Mexico. Fems Microbiology Letters 240(1): 1-5
Duval, D.T. 2003: When hosts become guests: return visits and diasporic identities in a Commonwealth Eastern Caribbean community. Current Issues in Tourism 6(4): 267-308
Aron, S.; de Menten, L.; Van Bockstaele, D.R.; Blank, S.M.; Roisin, Y. 2005: When hymenopteran males reinvented diploidy. Current Biology: Cb 15(9): 824-827
De Castro, J.M. 2004: When identical twins differ: an analysis of intrapair differences in the spontaneous eating behavior and attitudes of free-living monozygotic twins. Physiology and Behavior 82(4): 733-739
Fitzpatrick, S. 2004: When is a predator not a predator? Thoughts on using zoophytophagous insects for biological control. Phytoprotection 85(2): 71
Taylor, M.P.; Stokes, R. 2005: When is a river not a river? Consideration of the legal definition of a river for geomorphologists practising in New South Wales, Australia. Australian Geographer 36(2): 183-200
O'Reilly, K. 2003: When is a tourist? The articulation of tourism and migration in Spain's Costa del Sol. Tourist Studies 3(3): 301-317
Davies, G.; Gunton, R. 2004: When is a weed not a weed? Pest control in organic farming. Organic farming: science and practice for profitable livestock and cropping Proceedings of the BGS/AAB/COR Conference, Newport, Shropshire, UK, 20-22 April 2004: 224-227
Thomson, J. 2003: When is it mutualism? (An American Society of Naturalists presidential address). American Naturalist 162(Suppl): S1-S9
Cacho, O. 2004: When is it optimal to eradicate a weed invasion?. Weed management: balancing people, planet, profit 14th Australian Weeds Conference, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia, 6-9 September 2004: papers and proceedings: 49-54
Takami, H.; Muraoka, D.; Kawamura, T.; Yamashita, Y. 2003: When is the abalone Haliotis discus hannai Ino 1953 first able to use brown macroalgae?. Journal of Shellfish Research 22(3): 795-800
Hougaard, B.; Dickson, S.L.; Kiyoguchi, D. 2002: When is the best time to adulticide?. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Utah Mosquito Abatement Association 55: 22-30
Zygmont, Z.X.; Leadley, J.C. 2005: When is the honeymoon over? Major League Baseball attendance 1970-2000. Journal of Sport Management 19(3): 278-299
Leadley, J.C.; Zygmont, Z.X. 2005: When is the honeymoon over? National Basketball Association attendance 1971-2000. Journal of Sports Economics 6(2): 203-221
Bairner, A.; Shirlow, P. 2003: When leisure turns to fear: fear, mobility, and ethno-sectarianism in Belfast. Leisure Studies 22(3): 203-221
Lev Yadun, S.; Ne'eman, G. 2004: When may green plants be aposematic?. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 81(3): 413-416
Sicard, M.; Ferdy, J.-B.; Pagès, S.; Le Brun, N.; Godelle, B.; Boemare, N.; Moulia, C. 2004: When mutualists are pathogens: an experimental study of the symbioses between Steinernema (entomopathogenic nematodes) and Xenorhabdus (bacteria). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17(5): 985-993
Egziabher, T.B.G. 2003: When northern elephants fight over GMOs. Review of African Political Economy 30(98): 650-653
Golooba Mutebi, F. 2005: When popular participation won't improve service provision: primary health care in Uganda. Development Policy Review 23(2): 165-182
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Howe, H.F.; Miriti, M.N. 2004: When seed dispersal matters. BioScience 54(7): 651-660
Corradi, C. 2005: When sequence is of the essence. Vignevini 32(1-2): 60-67
Grummer, R.R.; Rastani, R.R. 2003: When should lactating dairy cows reach positive energy balance?. Professional Animal Scientist 19(3): 197-203
Bertacchini, F. 2004: When sows turn into cannibals. Rivista di Suinicoltura 45(11): 92-95
Steinitz, L.Y. 2003: When spider webs unite: the work of volunteers in providing Home-Based Care in Namibia. Journal of HIV/AIDS and Social Services 2(1): 45-62
Gautier, D.; Merle, C.; Mathieu, B. 2003: When territorial peripheries become the central concern for local people in North Cameroon. Organisation spatiale et gestion des ressources et des territoires ruraux Actes du colloque international, Montpellier, France, 25-27 fevrier 2003: 2-5
Jowett, S. 2003: When the honeymoon is over: a case study of a coach-athlete dyad in crisis. Sport Psychologist 17(4): 444-460
Salehar, A.; Holcman, A.; Kompan, D.; Zan, M. 2001: When the breed is a breed?. Zbornik Biotehniske Fakultete Univerze v Ljubljani Kmetijstvo 77(Suplement 31): 77-81
Brochot, S. 2004: When the forestry department told its own story - the first photographic records (1860-1914) of restoration of mountain land. Revue Forestiere Francaise 56(1): 65-83
McCaskey, D.; Hutchison, R. 2004: When the going gets tough the tough get going - Marriot Hotels UK responds to 9/11. Hospitality Review 6(2): 19-26
Schlafer, D.H. 2004: When the lab reports come back, Abortion: Cause Undetermined - what next? An overview of non-infectious causes of bovine abortion. Proceedings of the Thirty Seventh Annual Conference, American Association of Bovine Practitioners, Fort Worth, Texas, USA, 23-25 September 2004: 78-82
Huhtala, A.; Toppinen, A.; Boman, M. 2003: When the theory is not enough - valuation of forest resources with efficiency prices in practice. Journal of Forest Economics 9(3): 205-222
Abdalla, C.; Dodd, A. 2005: When to adapt state nutrient management policies. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation Ankeny 60(1): 14A-19A
Stirzaker, R.J. 2003: When to turn the water off: scheduling micro-irrigation with a wetting front detector. Irrigation Science 22(3/4): 177-185
Butler, R. 2004: When toxic turns to treatment. Chemistry and Industry 3: 10-11
Jones, P. 2004: When tragedy strikes. Tourism and Hospitality Research 5(2): 165-169
Horan, R.D.; Shortle, J.S. 2005: When two wrongs make a right: second-best point-nonpoint trading ratios. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 87(2): 340-352
Bonafos, R.; Serrano, E.; Vigues, V.; Auger, P.; Kreiter, S. 2005: When typhlodromes show resistance: Typhlodromus pyri, Amblyseius andersoni, what about deltamethrin, lambda-cyhalothrin and ethyl-chlorpyriphos. Phytoma 579: 54-56
Miller, L.A.; Peskin, C.S. 2004: When vortices stick: an aerodynamic transition in tiny insect flight. Journal of Experimental Biology 207(Part 17): 3073-3088
Burns, G.L.; Howard, P. 2003: When wildlife tourism goes wrong: a case study of stakeholder and management issues regarding Dingoes on Fraser Island, Australia. Tourism Management 24(6): 699-712
Said, M.; Sibelet, N. 2004: When you can't see the trees for the land: the issue of tree tenure. Cahiers Agricultures 13(6): 510-515
Uhl, C.H. 2004: Whence came Dudleya?. Cactus and Succulent Journal 76(5): 242-247
Lupotto, E.; Cavigiolo, S.; Manzo, A. 2005: Where and to what extent are genetically modified plants being grown?. Informatore Agrario 61(22): 33-34
Hoenderken, J. 2004: Where are all the tractors?. Landbouwmechanisatie 55(1): 28-29
Fenner Crisp, P.A. 2005: Where are potential chemical hazards in the U.S. food supply?. Toward safer food: perspectives on risk and priority setting: 64-81
Rubin, R.M.; Joy, J.N. 2005: Where are the airlines headed? Implications of airline industry structure and change for consumers. Journal of Consumer Affairs 39(1): 215-228
Hallett, S.G. 2005: Where are the bioherbicides?. Weed Science 53(3): 404-415
Illig, J.; Langel, R.; Norton, R.A.; Scheu, S.; Maraun, M. 2005: Where are the decomposers? Uncovering the soil food web of a tropical montane rain forest in southern Ecuador using stable isotopes (15N). Journal of Tropical Ecology 21(5): 589-593
Knowles, A. 2004: Where are the gaps?. The appliance of pig science Nottingham, UK, 9-10 September 2002: 31-38
Bollinger, L.; Cooper-Arnold, K.; Stover, J. 2004: Where are the gaps? The effects of HIV-prevention interventions on behavioral change. Studies in Family Planning 35(1): 27-38
Mineta, T.; Ishida, K.; Iijima, T. 2005: Where are the hot spots of RDB plants in rice paddy fields? A GIS-based analysis using information accumulated at a natural history museum. Rice is life: scientific perspectives for the 21st century Proceedings of the World Rice Research Conference held in Tsukuba, Japan, 4-7 November 2004: 347-349
Teich, J. 2004: Where are the losses? To understand the phenomenon of milling loss, distinction and quantification are required. Muhle + Mischfutter 141(13): 409-416
Quarles, W. 2004: Where are they? New methods for finding termites in structures. IPM Practitioner 26(1/2): 1-9
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Glasse, W. 2005: Where could the residue come from?. Society of Feed Technologists Proceedings 2004-29 January, Disease Control without Medicines; 27 April, Ruminant Nutrition; 10 June, Quality Assurance; 4 November, Nutrition and Management for improving Pig Health and Productivity: 1-4
Bairner, A. 2004: Where did it all go right? George Best, Manchester United and Northern Ireland. Manchester United: a thematic study: 133-146
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Onwujekwe, O.; Ojukwu, J.; Uzochukwu, B.; Dike, N.; Ikeme, A.; Shu, E. 2005: Where do people from different socio-economic groups receive diagnosis and treatment for presumptive malaria, in south-eastern Nigeria?. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 99(5): 473-481
Johnston, H.Bart.; Ved, R.; Lyall, N.; Agarwal, K. 2003: Where do rural women obtain postabortion care? The case of Uttar Pradesh, India. International Family Planning Perspectives 29(4): 182-187
Anonymous 2004: Where do the pork products made in Italy go? (part 2). Rivista di Suinicoltura 45(2): 41-60
Kierszenbaum, F. 2005: Where do we stand on the autoimmunity hypothesis of Chagas disease?. Trends in Parasitology 21(11): 513-516
Munoz, C.P.; Lorenzo, E.P.; Basyar, K. 2002: Where fire is not essential - a model of a no burn best practice in land preparation in Indonesia. Forest fire research and wildland fire safety: Proceedings of IV International Conference on Forest Fire Research 2002 Wildland Fire Safety Summit, Luso, Coimbra, Portugal, 18-23 November 2002: 69
Bartlett, L.A.; Mawji, S.; Whitehead, S.; Crouse, C.; Dalil, S.; Ionete, D.; Salama, P. 2005: Where giving birth is a forecast of death: maternal mortality in four districts of Afghanistan, 1999-2002. Lancet 365(9462): 864-870
Price, M.; Weiner, R. 2005: Where have all the doctors gone? Career choices of Wits medical graduates. South African Medical Journal 95(6): 414-419
Facelli, E.; Taylor, C.; Scott, E.; Emmett, R.; Sedgley, M. 2004: Where in a pistachio tree is Xanthomonas and how did it get there?. NUCIS Newsletter 12: 33
Blank, S.C. 2003: Where is American agriculture in its life cycle?. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 28(3): 396-418
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Dasgupta, S.; Deichmann, U.; Meisner, C.; Wheeler, D. 2005: Where is the poverty-environment nexus? Evidence from Cambodia, Lao PDR, and Vietnam. World Development Oxford 33(4): 617-638
Fan DaYong; Gao RongFu 2005: Where is the site of the oxygen burst located during light induction in dark-adapted leaves? A study using photoacoustic techniques. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 47(5): 567-578
Horst, D. van der; Gimona, A. 2005: Where new farm woodlands support biodiversity action plans: a spatial multi-criteria analysis. Biological Conservation 123(4): 421-432
Sloane, D. 2005: Where should I place my probe? Micro placement of C probes in cotton. Australian Cottongrower 26(2): 61-63
Bentrup, G.; Kellerman, T. 2004: Where should buffers go? Modeling riparian habitat connectivity in northeast Kansas. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation Ankeny 59(5): 209-215
Alban, L.; Stärk, K.D.C. 2005: Where should the effort be put to reduce the Salmonella prevalence in the slaughtered swine carcass effectively?. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 68(1): 63-79
Yakimovich, S.B. 2003: Where should the final product of logging be produced: on the felling site or at an industrial logging site?. Lesnaya Promyshlennost' (4): 16-10
Weir, S.S.; Tate, J.E.; Zhusupov, B.; Boerma, J.T. 2004: Where the action is: monitoring local trends in sexual behaviour. Sexually Transmitted Infections 80(Suppl 2): Ii63-Ii68
Adair, D. 2004: Where the games never cease: the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland. Sport tourism: interrelationships, impacts and issues: 46-76
Buller, H. 2004: Where the wild things are: the evolving iconography of rural fauna. Journal of Rural Studies 20(2): 131-141
Bista, T.; Bista, G.; Lama, Y.C. 2004: Where there is no doctor: building the capacity of the Himalayan Amchi to serve pastoral communities. Strategic innovations for improving pastoral livelihoods in the Hindu Kush Himalayan Highlands Volume 2: Technical Papers Proceedings of an International Workshop in Lhasa, Tibet Autonomous Region, People' s Re ic of China, 12-19 May 2002: 129-141
Leonard, L. 2005: Where there is no state: household strategies for the management of illness in Chad. Social Science and Medicine 61(1): 229-243
Paillassa, E. 2004: Where to find poplar cultivars for 2004-05 plantations. Foret Entreprise 159: 47-51
Paillassa, E. 2003: Where to find poplar cultivars for the 2003-2004 plantations?. Foret Entreprise 153: 49-53
Sansavini, S. 2004: Where we are with the application of GMO biotechnology to fruit tree species?. Rivista di Frutticoltura e di Ortofloricoltura 66(1): 49-52
Coyle, W.; Gilmour, B.; Armbruster, W.J. 2004: Where will demographics take the Asia-Pacific food system?. Amber Waves 2(3): 14-21
Teyler, H.A.; Poole, S.; Jolly, J. 2004: Where's Culex tarsalis? A tree canopy study. Proceedings of the Fifty Seventh Annual Meeting of the Utah Mosquito Abatement Association, The Yarrow Resort Hotel and Conference Center, Park City, Utah, USA, 3-5 October 2004: 15-17
Malcolm, B. 2004: Where's the economics? The core discipline of farm management has gone missing!. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 48(3): 395-417
Jones, S.D.; Garvey, M.F.; Hunter, G.J. 2004: Where's the fire? Quantifying uncertainty in a wildfire threat model. International Journal of Wildland Fire 13(1): 17-25
Hood, E.E. 2004: Where, oh where has my protein gone?. Trends in Biotechnology 22(2): 53-55
Ward, T. 2005: Whether forecast. Hospitality (December/January): 10-12
Johansen, A.G.; Abrahamsen, I. 2004: Whey - uses today and possibilities for tomorrow. Part 2. Meieriposten 93(12): 320-326
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Herbertz, G. 2004: Whey and whey derivatives. Flussiges Obst 71(6): 348-350
Chabelski, C.; Castellanos, L. 2004: Whey as a principal source of milk solids-not-fat in low-price ice cream: an Argentine experience. Ice cream II Proceedings of the Second IDF International Symposium on Ice Cream, Thessaloniki, Greece, 14-16 May 2003: 375-376
Losi, G.; Pignedoli, S.; Coloretti, F. 2005: Whey butter. A product which has been discussed for more than a century. Scienza e Tecnica Lattiero-Casearia 56(2): 139-150
Mukhopadhyay, R.; Talukdar, D.; Chatterjee, B.P.; Guha, A.K. 2003: Whey processing with chitosan and isolation of lactose. Process Biochemistry 39(3): 381-385
Lin, S.-Y.D.; Krochta, J.M. 2005: Whey protein coating efficiency on surfactant-modified hydrophobic surfaces. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 53(12): 5018-5023
Yamul, D.K.; Lupano, C.E. 2005: Whey protein concentrate gels with honey and wheat flour. Food Research International 38(5): 511-522
Schier, G.; Bruch, R.; Paar, S. 2004: Whey protein concentrates for fermented milk products and cheese. European Dairy Magazine 5: 16-19
Franssen, L.; Rumsey, T.; Krochta, J. 2004: Whey protein film composition effects on potassium sorbate and natamycin diffusion. Journal of food science- y 69(5): C347-C350
Mehra, R.; Kelly, P.M. 2004: Whey protein fractionation using cascade membrane filtration. Bulletin of the International Dairy Federation 389: 40-44
Caner, C. 2005: Whey protein isolate coating and concentration effects on egg shelf life. Journal of the science of food and agriculture 85(13): 2143-2148
Jovanovic, S.; Barac, M.; Macej, O. 2005: Whey protein properties and possibility of application. Mljekarstvo 55(3): 215-233
Subirade, M.; Remondetto, G.; Beaulieu, L. 2003: Whey protein-derived biomaterials and their use as bioencapsulation and delivery systems. Hemijska Industrija 57(12): 617-621
Kilara, A.; Vaghela, M.N. 2004: Whey proteins. Proteins in food processing: 72-99
Pelegrine, D.H.G.; Gasparetto, C.A. 2005: Whey proteins solubility as function of temperature and pH. Lebensmittel-Wissenschaft und -Technologie 38(1): 77-80
Hollos, M.; Larsen, U. 2004: Which African men promote smaller families and why? Marital relations and fertility in a Pare community in Northern Tanzania. Social Science and Medicine 58(9): 1733-1749
Lazzer, S.; Boirie, Y.; Meyer, M.; Vermorel, M. 2005: Which alternative method to dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry for assessing body composition in overweight and obese adolescents?. Archives de Pediatrie: Organe Officiel de la Societe Francaise de Pediatrie 12(7): 1094-1101
Yalcin, B.Murat.; Sahin, E.Melih.; Yalcin, E. 2005: Which anthropometric measurements is most closely related to elevated blood pressure?. Family Practice 22(5): 541-547
Pourpak, Z.; Mesdaghi, M.; Mansouri, M.; Kazemnejad, A.; Toosi, S.Beiraghi.; Farhoudi, A. 2005: Which cereal is a suitable substitute for wheat in children with wheat allergy?. Pediatric Allergy and Immunology: Official Publication of the European Society of Pediatric Allergy and Immunology 16(3): 262-266
Kofoed, P-Erik.; Rodrigues, A.; Có, F.; Hedegaard, K.; Rombo, L.; Aaby, P. 2004: Which children come to the health centre for treatment of malaria?. Acta Tropica 90(1): 17-22
Lips, P. 2004: Which circulating level of 25-hydroxyvitamin D is appropriate?. Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology: 89-90(1-5): 611-614
Ekinci, Y. 2003: Which comparison standard should be used for service quality and customer satisfaction?. Journal of Quality Assurance in Hospitality and Tourism 4(3/4): 61-75
Bessembinder, J.J.E.; Leffelaar, P.A.; Dhindwal, A.S.; Ponsioen, T.C. 2005: Which crop and which drop, and the scope for improvement of water productivity. Agricultural Water Management 73(2): 113-130
Webster, J.; Lines, J.; Bruce, J.; Armstrong Schellenberg, J.Rm.; Hanson, K. 2005: Which delivery systems reach the poor? A review of equity of coverage of ever-treated nets, never-treated nets, and immunisation to reduce child mortality in Africa. Lancet. Infectious Diseases 5(11): 709-717
Anonymous 2004: Which external body measurements affect the length of useful life?. Schweizer Fleckvieh 3: 14-15
Sumner, J.; Raven, G.; Givney, R. 2003: Which food categories cause salmonellosis in Australia?. Food Australia 55(12): 597-601
Fini, M.; Grassi, G. 2004: Which future for poplar plantations?. Alberi e Territorio (1/2): 50-52
Robinson, T.L.; Hoying, S.A. 2004: Which high-density orchard planting system for replant sites in New York State is most productive and profitable?. Acta Horticulturae 636: 701-709
Sluijs, J. 2005: Which institutions are financing the rural areas? Rabobank as partner in rural development. Entwicklung + Landlicher Raum 39(4): 26-28
Luckow, T.; Delahunty, C. 2004: Which juice is 'healthier'? A consumer study of probiotic non-dairy juice drinks. Food Quality and Preference 15(7/8): 751-759
Giraud Heraud, E.; Mathurin, J.; Soler, L.G. 2003: Which justification of supply regulation in the appellations of origin?. Economie Rurale (277/278): 123-134
Landete, J.M.; Ferrer, S.; Pardo, I. 2005: Which lactic acid bacteria are responsible for histamine production in wine?. Journal of Applied Microbiology 99(3): 580-586
Burton, M.J.; Holland, M.J.; Faal, N.; Aryee, E.A.N.; Alexander, N.D.E.; Bah, M.; Faal, H.; West, S.K.; Foster, A.; Johnson, G.J.; Mabey, D.C.W.; Bailey, R.L. 2003: Which members of a community need antibiotics to control trachoma? Conjunctival Chlamydia trachomatis infection load in Gambian villages. IOVS Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 44(10): 4215-4222
Doan, T.M. 2003: Which methods are most effective for surveying rain forest herpetofauna?. Journal of Herpetology ch; 37(1): 72-81
Bradstock, R.; Bedward, M.; Gill, A.; Cohn, J. 2005: Which mosaic? A landscape ecological approach for evaluating interactions between fire regimes, habitat and animals. Wildlife Research 32(5): 409-423
Courboulay, V. 2005: Which objects should pigs be provided with during finishing?. Techni Porc 28(2): 9-13, 2
Balbay, O.; Annakkaya, A.Nihat.; Arbak, P.; Bilgin, C.; Erbas, M. 2005: Which patients are able to adhere to tuberculosis treatment? A study in a rural area in the northwest part of Turkey. Japanese Journal of Infectious Diseases 58(3): 152-158
Tsao, R.; Yang, R.; Xie, S.; Sockovie, E.; Khanizadeh, S. 2005: Which polyphenolic compounds contribute to the total antioxidant activities of apple?. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 53(12): 4989-4995
Tourvieille de Labrouhe, D.; Mestries, E.; Walser, P. 2005: Which prospects for the genetic control of sunflower downy mildew?. OCL Oleagineux, Corps Gras, Lipides 12(2): 85-93
Morel, P.J.; Ballon, P.; Delorme, D.; Normant, P.; Widmer, O. 2004: Which role for silviculture in the forest-roe deer relationship? An innovative research programme on the study and experimentation area of Trois-Fontaines (Haute-Marne). RenDez Vous Techniques 6: 57-63
Dewar, A.M.; Haylock, L.A.; Garner, B.H. 2004: Which seed treatment? An appraisal of two new insecticide seed treatments for sugar beet. British Sugar Beet Review 72(2): 26-28, 30-32
Laurans, M. 2003: Which strategy to use to maintain an optimal nutritional state in patients with cystic fibrosis? When and how to evaluate nutritional state and therapeutic intervention measures. Archives de Pediatrie 10(Suppl 3): 440s-448s
Michelmore, M. 2004: Which thistles are truly noxious?. Weed management: balancing people, planet, profit 14th Australian Weeds Conference, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia, 6-9 September 2004: papers and proceedings: 676-679
Bendell, J.; Font, X. 2004: Which tourism rules? Green standards and GATS. Annals of Tourism Research 31(1): 139-156
Claessen, D.; Gilligan, C.A.; Lutman, P.J.W.; Bosch, F. van den 2005: Which traits promote persistence of feral GM crops? Part 1: Implications of environmental stochasticity. Oikos 110(1): 20-29
Claessen, D.; Gilligan, C.A.; Bosch, F. van den 2005: Which traits promote persistence of feral GM crops? Part 2: Implications of metapopulation structure. Oikos 110(1): 30-42
Scrivener, N.J.; Johnson, C.N.; Wallis, I.R.; Takasaki, M.; Foley, W.J.; Krockenberger, A.K. 2004: Which trees do wild common brushtail possums (Trichosurus vulpecula) prefer? Problems and solutions in scaling laboratory findings to diet selection in the field. Evolutionary Ecology Research 6(1): 77-87
Anonymous 2005: Which varieties for 2005?. Betteravier Bruxelles 39(413(Special issue)): 15-22
Niggli, U.; Sundrum, A.; Weitbrecht, B.; Horning, B.; Goderz, R.F.; Kotschi, J.; Eichenberger, M.; Aschemann, J. 2005: Which way is organic farming developing?. Okologie and Landbau 133(1): 13-34
Pinchbeck, G.L.; Clegg, P.D.; Proudman, C.J.; Morgan, K.L.; French, N.R. 2004: Whip use and race progress are associated with horse falls in hurdle and steeplechase racing in the UK. Equine Veterinary Journal 36(5): 384-389
Desveaux, D.; Maréchal, A.; Brisson, N. 2005: Whirly transcription factors: defense gene regulation and beyond. Trends in Plant Science 10(2): 95-102
Henderson, M. 2004: Whiskey. Handbook of food and beverage fermentation technology: 879-890
Yamanome, T.A.ano, M.T.kahashi, A. 2005: White background reduces the occurrence of staining, activates melanin-concentrating hormone and promotes somatic growth in barfin flounder. Aquaculture 28 244(1-4): 323-329
Soltani, N.; Sikkema, P.H. 2005: White bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) tolerance to preplant-incorporated herbicides. Weed Biology and Management 5(1): 35-38
Costa, A.P.D. da; Borges, J.R.J.; Carvalho, C.B. de; Albernaz, A.P.; Viana, A.P. 2004: White blood cell count, total blood protein, albumin and globulin in blood from jugular and mammary veins of cows with mastitis. Revista Brasileira de Ciencia Veterinaria 11(1/2): 88-91
McKenzie, F.E.; Prudhomme, W.A.; Magill, A.J.; Forney, J.R.; Permpanich, B.; Lucas, C.; Gasser, R.A.; Wongsrichanalai, C. 2005: White blood cell counts and malaria. Journal of Infectious Diseases 192(2): 323-330
Trautwein, F. 2004: White cabbage for the fresh market. Gemuse Munchen 40(6): 9-10
Godfree, R.C.; Chu, P.W.G.; Woods, M.J. 2004: White clover (Trifolium repens) and associated viruses in the subalpine region of south-eastern Australia: implications for GMO risk assessment. Australian Journal of Botany 52(3): 321-331
Knowles, I.M.; Fraser, T.J.; Daly, M.J. 2003: White clover: loss in drought and subsequent recovery. Legumes for dryland pastures Proceedings of a New Zealand Grassland Association Inc Symposium held at Lincoln University, 18-19 November 2003: 37-41
Frumkin, H. 2004: White coats, green plants: clinical epidemiology meets horticulture. Acta Horticulturae 639: 15-26
Vancetovic, J.; Vidakovic, M.; Vidakovic, M.; Rosulj, M. 2004: White dent population from the Yugoslav variety collection carries the Ga gene. Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter 78: 2-3
Anonymous 2005: White lupin Desnyanskii. Kormoproizvodstvo 6: 5
Raymundo, A.; Nunes, M.C.; Empis, J.; Sousa, I. 2000: White lupin protein as an ingredient to produce food emulsions. Lupin, an ancient crop for the new millenium: Proceedings of the 9th International Lupin Conference, Klink/Muritz, Germany, 20-24 June 1999: 23-28
Ataker, M.A. 2003: White meat production and foreign trade. Turktarm 152: 27-29
Huang, H.C.; Erickson, R.S.; Hezewijk, B. van; Clerck Floate, R. de 2005: White mold of houndstongue (Cynoglossum officinale) caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in Canada. Plant Disease 89(9): 1013
Dhaliwal, H.J.S.; Thind, T.S.; Mohan, C. 2004: White mold, a new disease of potato in Punjab. Plant Disease Research Ludhiana 19(2): 192
Frost, P.A.; Hubbard, G.B.; Dammann, M.J.; Snider, C.L.; Moore, C.M.; Hodara, V.L.; Giavedoni, L.D.; Rohwer, R.; Mahaney, M.C.; Butler, T.M.; Cummins, L.B.; McDonald, T.J.; Nathanielsz, P.W.; Schlabritz-Loutsevitch, N.E. 2004: White monkey syndrome in infant baboons (Papio species). Journal of Medical Primatology 33(4): 197-213
Capek, J. 2004: White mustard Severka. Czech Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 40(1): 29-30
Ceccon, G.; Grassi Filho, H.; Bicudo, S.J. 2004: White oat (Avena sativa L.) grains yield using different plant densities and nitrogen levels. Ciencia Rural 34(6): 1723-1729
Walsh, M.E.; Walsh, M.R.; Collins, C.M.; Racine, C.H.; Gossweiler, W. 2004: White phosphorus contamination at an active army impact area. Proceedings of the First Sustainable Range Management Conference, New Orleans, USA, 5-8 January 2004: B1-01
Youker, S.R.; Andreozzi, R.J.; Appelbaum, P.C.; Credito, K.; Miller, J.J. 2003: White piedra: further evidence of a synergistic infection. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 49(4): 746-749
Hunt, R.S. 2003: White pine blister rust. Recent Research Developments in Mycology, Vol 1: 73-85
Madejón, P.; Marañón, T.; Murillo, Jé.M.; Robinson, B. 2004: White poplar (Populus alba) as a biomonitor of trace elements in contaminated riparian forests. Environmental Pollution 132(1): 145-155
Wang HongXun; Zhang XiaoYu; Liu Bo; Feng RenTao 2004: White rot fungus treatment of black liquor by varying the pH values. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin 13(11a): 1104-1108
Malik, R.S.; Ritu Malik; Mukesh Kumar 2004: White rust (Albugo candida) infection in relation to erucic acid content in mustard. Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 64(4): 331-332
Yan, D.-C.; Dong, S.-L.; Huang, J.; Yu, X.-M.; Feng, M.-Y.; Liu, X.-Y. 2004: White spot syndrome virus (WSSV) detected by PCR in rotifers and rotifer resting eggs from shrimp pond sediments. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 59(1): 69-73
Rajendran, K.V.; Vijayan, K.K.; Santiago, T.C.; Rajan, J.J.S. 2005: White spot syndrome virus (WSSV) infection in tiger shrimp Penaeus monodon: a non-lethal histopathological rapid diagnostic method using paraffin and frozen sections. Aquaculture International 13(4): 341-349
Li, Q.; Zhang, J.; Chen, Y.; Yang, F. 2003: White spot syndrome virus (WSSV) infectivity for Artemia at different developmental stages. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 57(3): 261-264
Lin ShinnTsuen; Tzeng HueyFen; Lo ChuFang; Kou GuangHsiung 2004: White spot syndrome virus (WSSV) ribonucleoticle reductase (RR) is differentiated from the cellular RRs by its insensitivity to allosteric inhibition by dTTP and dATP. Journal of the Fisheries Society of Taiwan 31(3): 191-200
Galaviz-Silva, L.M.lina-Garza, Z.; Alcocer-Gonzalez, J.; Rosales-Encinas, J.; Ibarra-Gomez, C. 2004: White spot syndrome virus genetic variants detected in Mexico by a new multiplex PCR method. Aquaculture 20 242(1-4): 53-68
Sahoo, A.K.; Prakash Patil; Shankar, K.M. 2005: White spots? A loaded question for shrimp farmers. Current Science 88(12): 1914-1917
Gilmore, D.W.; Berger, C.A. 2004: White spruce basal area as a predictor of seed rain during an exceptional seed year in Northwestern Alberta. Northwest Science 78(1): 75-78
Choi, W.-J.; Chang, S.X.; Hao, X. 2005: White spruce response to co-composted hydrocarbon-contaminated drilling waste: effects of compost age and nitrogen fertilization. Journal of Environmental Quality 34(4): 1319-1327
Parkin, G. 2004: White sugar. International Commission for Uniform Methods of Sugar Analysis ICUMSA: Report of the Proceedings of the Interim Meeting of the 24th ICUMSA Session, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 7-9 April 2004: 47-92
Baryga, A. 2004: White sugar as product safe for consumption and raw material for further treatment. Gazeta Cukrownicza 112(2/3): 47-50
Piraccini, B.Maria.; Tosti, A. 2004: White superficial onychomycosis: epidemiological, clinical, and pathological study of 79 patients. Archives of Dermatology 140(6): 696-701
Bonami, J.-R.; Shi, Z.; Qian, D.; Sri Widada, J. 2005: White tail disease of the giant freshwater prawn, Macrobrachium rosenbergii: separation of the associated virions and characterization of MrNV as a new type of nodavirus. Journal of Fish Diseases 28(1): 23-31
Kajba, D.; Bogdan, S.; Katicic Trupcevic, I. 2004: White willow biomass production in a short rotation clonal test Dravica. Sumarski List 128(9/10): 509-515
Hoffman, D. 2004: White wine consumer taste preferences in Germany. Acta Horticulturae 652: 477-479
Pashova, V.; Guell, C.; Pueyo, E.; Lopez Barajas, M.; Polo, M.C.; Lopez, F. 2004: White wine protein stabilization by a continuous process using a packed column. American Journal of Enology and Viticulture 55(2): 195-198
Subhash Chander; Singh, V.S. 2003: White-backed planthopper (Sogatella furcifera) and leaf-folder (Cnaphalocrosis medinalis) infestation in rice (Oryza sativa) in relation to predators. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 73(4): 243-245
Kang, H-Gyu.; Park, S.; Matsuoka, M.; An, G. 2005: White-core endosperm floury endosperm-4 in rice is generated by knockout mutations in the C-type pyruvate orthophosphate dikinase gene (OsPPDKB). Plant Journal: for Cell and Molecular Biology 42(6): 901-911
Wesenberg, D.; Kyriakides, I.; Agathos, S.N. 2003: White-rot fungi and their enzymes for the treatment of industrial dye effluents. Biotechnology Advances 22(1-2): 161-187
Hosking, G. 2003: White-spotted tussock moth response - how good was it?. New Zealand Journal of Forestry 48(3): 31-32
Anderson, R.C.; Nelson, D.; Anderson, M.R.; Rickey, M.A. 2005: White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus Zimmermann) browsing effects on tallgrass prairie forbs: diversity and species abundances. Natural Areas Journal 25(1): 19-25
Edwards, S.L.; Demarais, S.; Watkins, B.; Strickland, B.K. 2004: White-tailed deer forage production in managed and unmanaged pine stands and summer food plots in Mississippi. Wildlife Society Bulletin 32(3): 739-745
Furedi, M.A.; McGraw, J.B. 2004: White-tailed deer: dispersers or predators of American ginseng seeds?. American Midland Naturalist 152(2): 268-276
Banks, J.; Sirvid, P.; Vink, C. 2004: White-tailed spider bites--arachnophobic fallout?. New Zealand Medical Journal 117(1188): U748
Hilje, L. 2003: Whitefly (Bemisia tabaci) status in Latin America and the Caribbean: eight pertinent questions. Manejo Integrado de Plagas y Agroecologia 70: 78-89
Ariyo, O.A.; Dixon, A.G.O.; Atiri, G.I. 2005: Whitefly Bemisia tabaci (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) infestation on cassava genotypes grown at different ecozones in Nigeria. Journal of Economic Entomology 98(2): 611-617
Oji, F.L.; Mohamed, S.S. 2005: Whitefly management by exploiting biodiversity in a push-pull strategy on Phaseolus vulgaris L. Proceedings of the 1st International Edible Legume Conference in conjuction with the IVth World Cowpea Congress, Durban, South Africa, 17-21 April 2005: 1-9
Haji, F.N.P.; Moreira, A.N.; Bleicher, E.; Ferreira, R.C.F.; Alencar, J.A. de 2004: Whitefly management in grapevines. Manejo Integrado de Plagas y Agroecologia 73: 64-73
Leite, G.L.D.; Picanco, M.; Jham, G.N.; Moreira, M.D. 2005: Whitefly population dynamics in okra plantations. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 40(1): 19-25
Dubey, A.K.; Sundararaj, R. 2005: Whitefly species of the genus Aleurocanthus Quaintance & Baker (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) from India, with descriptions of six new species. Oriental Insects 39: 295-321
Valverde, R.A.; Sim, J.; Lotrakul, P. 2004: Whitefly transmission of sweet potato viruses. Virus Research 100(1): 123-128
Soroker, V.; Nelson, D.R.; Bahar, O.; Reneh, S.; Yablonski, S.; Palevsky, E. 2003: Whitefly wax as a cue for phoresy in the broad mite, Polyphagotarsonemus latus (Acari: Tarsonemidae). Chemoecology 13(4): 163-168
Abdel Baky, N.F. 2004: Whitefly, Bemisia biotypes B and Q in Delta region, Egypt. Assiut Journal of Agricultural Sciences 35(3): 209-220
Narain, C.; Paterson, A.; Piggott, J.R.; Dhawan, M.; Reid, E. 2004: Whitening and sweetening influences on filter coffee preference. British Food Journal 106(6/7): 465-478
Kauffman, R.B.; Councill, E. 2005: Whitewater woes - paddling through the river rental business can be challenging for any agency. Parks and Recreation Ashburn 40(5): 34-38
Ramesh Chand 2005: Whither India's food policy? From food security to food deprivation. Economic and Political Weekly 40(11): 1055-1062
Petras, J.; Veltmeyer, H. 2003: Whither Lula's Brazil? Neoliberalism and 'third way' ideology. Journal of Peasant Studies 31(1): 1-44
Whitelaw, S.; Watson, J. 2005: Whither health promotion events? A judicial approach to evidence. Health Education Research 20(2): 214-225
Berger, A. 2004: Whither the Austrian dairy industry? The last 10 years, a busy decade in the Austrian dairy industry. Landlicher Raum print 4: 24-27
Dipankar Gupta 2005: Whither the Indian village - culture and agriculture in 'rural' India. Economic and Political Weekly 40(8): 751-758
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Kamuhabwa, A.A.R.; Roskams, T.; D'Hallewin, M-Ange.; Baert, L.; Van Poppel, H.; de Witte, P.A.M. 2003: Whole bladder wall photodynamic therapy of transitional cell carcinoma rat bladder tumors using intravesically administered hypericin. International Journal of Cancer 107(3): 460-467
Middleton, N.; Jelen, P.; Bell, G. 2004: Whole blood and mononuclear cell glutathione response to dietary whey protein supplementation in sedentary and trained male human subjects. International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition 55(2): 131-141
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Lin, T.S.; Chang, C.L.; Shen, F.M. 2004: Whole blood vanadium in Taiwanese college students. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 73(5): 781-786
Penza, M.; Bonetti, E.; Villa, R.; Ganzerla, S.; Bergonzi, R.; Biasiotto, G.; Caimi, L.; Apostoli, P.; Ciana, P.; Maggi, A.; Di Lorenzo, D. 2004: Whole body action of xenoestrogens with different chemical structures in estrogen reporter male mice. Toxicology 205(1-2): 65-73
Halloy, D.J.; Kirschvink, N.A.; Vincke, G.ég.L.; Hamoir, J.N.; Delvaux, F.ço.H.; Gustin, P.G. 2004: Whole body barometric plethysmography: a screening method to investigate airway reactivity and acute lung injuries in freely moving pigs. Veterinary Journal 168(3): 276-284
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Balasankari, P.K.; Manian, R.; Kathirvel, K. 2004: Whole body vibration transmitted to tractor operators during agricultural operations. International Agricultural Engineering Journal 13(1/2): 58-63
Lei, Y.; Mulchandani, P.; Chen, W.; Wang, J.; Mulchandani, A. 2004: Whole cell-enzyme hybrid amperometric biosensor for direct determination of organophosphorous nerve agents with p-nitrophenyl substituent. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 85(7): 706-713
Manjula, K.; Kishore, G.Krishna.; Podile, A.R. 2005: Whole cells of Bacillus subtilis AF 1 proved more effective than cell-free and chitinase-based formulations in biological control of citrus fruit rot and groundnut rust. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 50(9): 737-744
Hovey, A.L.; Jones, G.P.; Devereux, H.M.; Walker, K.Z. 2003: Whole cereal and legume seeds increase faecal short chain fatty acids compared to ground seeds. Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition 12(4): 477-482
Kim, W.H.; Shin, J.S.; Seo, S.; Chung, E.E.; Rim, Y.C.; Park, G.J.; Choi, S.H.; Lee, J.K.; Ryu, G.C. 2003: Whole crop silage making of barley produced in paddy field of Central and Northern region. Journal of the Korean Society of Grassland Science 23(4): 289-292
Meisner, C.A.; Sufian, A.; Baksh, E.; O' Donoghue, M.S.; Razzaque, M.A.; Shaha, N.K. 2003: Whole family training and adoption of innovations in wheat-producing households in Bangladesh. Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension 9(4): 165-175
Ligeon, C.; Jolly, C.; Crews, J.; Martin, R.; Yant, R.; Dunham, R. 2004: Whole farm analysis of the introduction of CB hybrid (channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus, female x blue catfish, I. furcatus, male) on farm structure and profitability. Aquaculture Economics and Management 8(5/6): 233-252
Choi, D.; Kim, J.H.; Kende, H. 2004: Whole genome analysis of the OsGRF gene family encoding plant-specific putative transcription activators in rice (Oryza sativa L.). Plant and Cell Physiology 45(7): 897-904
Nelson, K.E.; Fouts, D.E.; Mongodin, E.F.; Ravel, J.; DeBoy, R.T.; Kolonay, J.F.; Rasko, D.A.; Angiuoli, S.V.; Gill, S.R.; Paulsen, I.T.; Peterson, J.; White, O.; Nelson, W.C.; Nierman, W.; Beanan, M.J.; Brinkac, L.M.; Daugherty, S.C.; Dodson, R.J.; Durkin, A.S.; Madupu, R.; Haft, D.H.; Selengut, J.; Van Aken, S.; Khouri, H.; Fedorova, N.; Forberger, H.; Tran, B.; Kathariou, S.; Wonderling, L.D.; Uhlich, G.A.; Bayles, D.O.; Luchansky, J.B.; Fraser, C.M. 2004: Whole genome comparisons of serotype 4b and 1/2a strains of the food-borne pathogen Listeria monocytogenes reveal new insights into the core genome components of this species. Nucleic Acids Research 32(8): 2386-2395
Palmer, L.J.; Buxbaum, S.G.; Larkin, E.K.; Patel, S.R.; Elston, R.C.; Tishler, P.V.; Redline, S. 2004: Whole genome scan for obstructive sleep apnea and obesity in African-American families. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 169(12): 1314-1321
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M.Y.ngLiang; Shi HongKui; Zhang ShuKui; LuRunHai 2003: Whole maize straw addition: the changes of soil physical and chemical properties and the effect on winter wheat. Journal of China Agricultural University 8(Suppl): 42-46
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O'brien, J.J.; Oberbauer, S.F.; Clark, D.B. 2004: Whole tree xylem sap flow responses to multiple environmental variables in a wet tropical forest. Plant Cell and Environment 27(5): 551-567
Orbell, J.D.; Ngeh, L.N.; Bigger, S.W.; Zabinskas, M.; Zheng, M.; Healy, M.; Jessop, R.; Dann, P. 2004: Whole-bird models for the magnetic cleansing of oiled feathers. Marine Pollution Bulletin 48(3-4): 336-340
Murphy, L.A.; Lewbart, G.A.; Meerdink, G.L.; Bargren, G.L. 2005: Whole-blood and plasma cholinesterase levels in normal koi (Cyprinus carpio). Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation: Official Publication of the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians Inc 17(1): 74-75
Manary, M.J.; Yarasheski, K.E.; Berger, R.; Abrams, E.T.; Hart, C.Anthony.; Broadhead, R.L. 2004: Whole-body leucine kinetics and the acute phase response during acute infection in marasmic Malawian children. Pediatric Research 55(6): 940-946
Chevalier, Séphanie.; Marliss, E.B.; Morais, Jé.A.; Lamarche, M.; Gougeon, Réjeanne. 2005: Whole-body protein anabolic response is resistant to the action of insulin in obese women. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 82(2): 355-365
Atterby, H.; Kerins, G.M.; MacNicoll, A.D. 2005: Whole-carcass residues of the rodenticide difenacoum in anticoagulant-resistant and -susceptible rat strains (Rattus norvegicus). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 24(2): 318-323
Hindar, A. 2005: Whole-catchment application of dolomite to mitigate episodic acidification of streams induced by sea-salt deposition. Science of the Total Environment 343(1-3): 35-49
Dollard, M.Andrée.; Billard, P. 2003: Whole-cell bacterial sensors for the monitoring of phosphate bioavailability. Journal of Microbiological Methods 55(1): 221-229
Priyatmojo, A.; Yamauchi, R.; Kageyama, K.; Hyakumachi, M. 2002: Whole-cell fatty acid composition to characterize and differentiate isolates of Rhizoctonia species associated with turfgrass diseases in Japan. Journal of General Plant Pathology 68(1): 1-7
Elizalde, V.H.F.; Menendez, V.A.M. 2004: Whole-crop cereal silage evaluation with M.R.Y. dairy cows. Agro Sur 32(2): 54-59
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Spears, R.A.; Kohn, R.A.; Young, A.J. 2003: Whole-farm nitrogen balance on western dairy farms. Journal of Dairy Science 86(12): 4178-4186
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Janke, R.R. 2004: Whole-farm planning and analysis. Agroecosystems analysis: 63-73
Keating, C.D.; Kriek, N.; Daniels, M.; Ashcroft, N.R.; Hopper, N.A.; Siney, E.J.; Holden-Dye, L.; Burke, J.F. 2003: Whole-genome analysis of 60 G protein-coupled receptors in Caenorhabditis elegans by gene knockout with RNAi. Current Biology: Cb 13(19): 1715-1720
Gamberini, M.; Gómez, R.M.; Atzingen, M.V.; Martins, E.A.L.; Vasconcellos, S.A.; Romero, E.C.; Leite, L.C.C.; Ho, P.L.; Nascimento, A.L.T.O. 2005: Whole-genome analysis of Leptospira interrogans to identify potential vaccine candidates against leptospirosis. Fems Microbiology Letters 244(2): 305-313
Catlett, N.L.; Yoder, O.C.; Turgeon, B.Gillian. 2003: Whole-genome analysis of two-component signal transduction genes in fungal pathogens. Eukaryotic Cell 2(6): 1151-1161
Schnabel, R.D.; Sonstegard, T.S.; Taylor, J.F.; Ashwell, M.S. 2005: Whole-genome scan to detect QTL for milk production, conformation, fertility and functional traits in two US Holstein families. Animal Genetics 36(5): 408-416
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Esmaillzadeh, A.; Mirmiran, P.; Azizi, F. 2005: Whole-grain intake and the prevalence of hypertriglyceridemic waist phenotype in Tehranian adults. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 81(1): 55-63
Thane, C.W.; Jones, A.R.; Stephen, A.M.; Seal, C.J.; Jebb, S.A. 2005: Whole-grain intake of British young people aged 4-18 years. British Journal of Nutrition 94(5): 825-831
Linko, A-Maria.; Adlercreutz, H. 2005: Whole-grain rye and wheat alkylresorcinols are incorporated into human erythrocyte membranes. British Journal of Nutrition 93(1): 11-13
McIntosh, G.H.; Noakes, M.; Royle, P.J.; Foster, P.R. 2003: Whole-grain rye and wheat foods and markers of bowel health in overweight middle-aged men. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 77(4): 967-974
Linko, A.-M.; Juntunen, K.S.; Mykkänen, H.M.; Adlercreutz, H. 2005: Whole-grain rye bread consumption by women correlates with plasma alkylresorcinols and increases their concentration compared with low-fiber wheat bread. Journal of Nutrition 135(3): 580-583
Cheng, S.H.; Chan, K.W.; Chan, P.K.; So, C.H.; Lam, P.K.S.; Wu, R.S.S. 2004: Whole-mount in situ TUNEL method revealed ectopic pattern of apoptosis in cadmium treated naupliar larvae of barnacle (Balanus amphitrite Darwin). Chemosphere 55(10): 1387-1394
Kitajima, S.; Hasegawa, Y.; Sugimura, Y. 2004: Whole-mount silver staining of Arabidopsis and maize: a new method for staining secondary wall thickenings in tracheary elements. Bioscience Biotechnology and Biochemistry 68(12): 2627-2629
Bramley, R.G.V.; Lanyon, D.M.; Panten, K. 2005: Whole-of-vineyard experimentation: an improved basis for knowledge generation and decision making. Precision agriculture ' 05 Papers presented at the 5th European Conference on Precision Agriculture, Uppsala, Sweden: 883-890
Lai, S.; Goodacre, R.; Manchester, L.N. 2004: Whole-organism fingerprinting of the genus Carnobacterium using Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR). Systematic and Applied Microbiology 27(2): 186-191
Klingeman, W.E.; Iersel, M.W. van; Kang, J.G.; Auge, R.M.; Moore, J.L.; Flanagan, P.C. 2005: Whole-plant gas exchange measurements of mycorrhizal 'Iceberg' roses exposed to cyclic drought. Crop Protection 24(4): 309-317
Corzo, A.; Kidd, M.T.; Burgess, S.C. 2004: Whole-plasma Maldi-tof proteomics for identification of biomarkers of nutritional status in the chicken. Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances 3(8): 514-518
Pribyl, A.L.; Mccutchan, J.H.; Lewis, W.M.; Saunders, J.F.I.I. 2005: Whole-system estimation of denitrification in a plains river: a comparison of two methods. Biogeochemistry 73(3): 439-455
Aldrich, P.; Parker, G.; Michler, C.; Romero-Severson, J. 2003: Whole-tree silvic identifications and the microsatellite genetic structure of a red oak species complex in an Indiana old-growth forest. Canadian journal of forest research 33(11): 2228-2237
Marsh, J.M.; Brester, G.W. 2004: Wholesale-retail marketing margin behavior in the beef and pork industries. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 29(1): 45-64
Charzewska, J.; Wajszczyk, B.; Chabros, E.; Rogalska Niedzwiedz, M.; Chwojnowska, Z. 2003: Wholesome aspects of meals consumption frequency - new look at the traditional nutrition. Zywienie Czowieka i Metabolizm 30(1/2): 68-75
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Midgley, J.J. 2004: Why are spines of African Acacia species white?. African Journal of Range and Forage Science 21(3): 211-212
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Martinez Rodriguez, J.B.; Gutierrez Ojeda, C. 2004: Why are there level variations in Lake Tequesquitengo? 1. Calibration of a model of the hydrological system. Ingenieria Hidraulica en Mexico 19(4): 33-46
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Smirnov, K.S. 2005: Why cercosporosis is dangerous and how to control it?. Sakharnaya Svekla 5: 14-15
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Anonymous 2004: Why choose recommended varieties?. Betteravier Bruxelles 38(402 Special): 15-22
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Bulte, E.H.; Rondeau, D. 2005: Why compensating wildlife damages may be bad for conservation. Journal of Wildlife Management uary; 69(1): 14-19
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Esmon, C.T. 2004: Why do animal models (sometimes) fail to mimic human sepsis?. Critical Care Medicine 32(5 Suppl): S219-S222
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Prestwood, C.; Waller, E. 2004: Why do clinicians in the eating disorders fail to carry out research?. European Eating Disorders Review 12(4): 205-207
Heath, S. 2005: Why do dogs bite?. European Journal of Companion Animal Practice 15(2): 129-132
Midgley, J.J.; Balfour, D.; Kerley, G.I. 2005: Why do elephants damage savanna trees?. South African Journal of Science 101(5/6): 213-215
Bowman, D.M.J.S.; Prior, L.D. 2005: Why do evergreen trees dominate the Australian seasonal tropics?. Australian Journal of Botany 53(5): 379-399
Dornhaus, A.; Chittka, L. 2004: Why do honey bees dance?. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 55(4): 395-401
Gocht, R.; Bokelmann, W. 2004: Why do horticultural enterprises cooperate and what does prevent them from this?. Acta Horticulturae 655: 219-224
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Perez Contreras, T.; Soler, J.J.; Soler, M. 2003: Why do pine processionary caterpillars Thaumetopoea pityocampa (Lepidoptera, Thaumetopoeidae) live in large groups? An experimental study. Annales Zoologici Fennici 40(6): 505-515
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Milton, B.; Cook, P.A.; Dugdill, L.; Porcellato, L.; Springett, J.; Woods, S.E. 2004: Why do primary school children smoke? a longitudinal analysis of predictors of smoking uptake during pre-adolescence. Public Health 118(4): 247-255
Mazzucato, V.; Niemeijer, D. 2003: Why do savings institutions differ within the same region? The role of environment and social capital in the creation of savings arrangements in Eastern Burkina Faso. Oxford Development Studies 31(4): 519-529
Kjaerbye-Thygesen, A.; Munk, C.; Ottesen, B.; Krüger Kjaer, S. 2004: Why do slim women consider themselves too heavy? a characterization of adult women considering their body weight as too heavy. International Journal of Eating Disorders 35(3): 275-285
Masakure, O.; Henson, S. 2005: Why do small-scale producers choose to produce under contract? Lessons from nontraditional vegetable exports from Zimbabwe. World Development Oxford 33(10): 1721-1733
Morsink, W. 2005: Why do some Hymenanthes rhododendrons in Toronto raise and lower their leaves seasonally?. American Rhododendron Society Journal 59(1): 21-31
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Zimmerman, P.A.; Mehlotra, R.K.; Kasehagen, L.J.; Kazura, J.W. 2004: Why do we need to know more about mixed Plasmodium species infections in humans?. Trends in Parasitology 20(9): 440-447
Viney, M.E.; Brown, M.; Omoding, N.E.; Bailey, J.W.; Gardner, M.P.; Roberts, E.; Morgan, D.; Elliott, A.M.; Whitworth, J.A.G. 2004: Why does HIV infection not lead to disseminated strongyloidiasis?. Journal of Infectious Diseases 190(12): 2175-2180
Gerrard, B. 2004: Why does Manchester United keep winning on and off the field? A case study of sustainable competitive advantage in professional team sports. Manchester United: a thematic study: 65-86
Ling ErJun; Shirai, K.; Kanekatsu, R.; Kobayashi, Y.; Tu ZhenLi; Funayama, T.; Watanabe, H.; Kiguchi, K. 2003: Why does hemocyte density rise during the wandering stage of the silkworm, Bombyx mori?. Journal of Insect Biotechnology and Sericology 72(2): 101-109
Flowers, T.J. 2003: Why does salinity pose such a difficult problem for plant breeders?. Sustainable strategies for irrigation in salt prone Mediterranean Region: a system approach Proceedings of an International Workshop, Cairo, Egypt, 8-10 December 2003: 59-68
Bełzecki, G.; Miltko, R.; Michałowski, T. 2004: Why does the establishment of the starch preferring Entodinium caudatum in the rumen decrease the numbers of the fibrolytic ciliate Eudiplodinium maggii?. Folia Microbiologica 49(2): 139-142
Nekam, K. 2004: Why does the number of food allergic people grow all over the world?. Elelmezesi Ipar 58(7): 203-206
Zieger, P. 2004: Why does the oestrous cow become infected more easily with mastitis?. Milchpraxis 42(2): 58-59
Menendez, J.A.; Colomer, R.; Lupu, R. 2005: Why does tumor-associated fatty acid synthase (oncogenic antigen-519) ignore dietary fatty acids?. Medical Hypotheses 64(2): 342-349
Orams, M. 2004: Why dolphins may get ulcers: considering the impacts of cetacean-based tourism in New Zealand. Tourism in Marine Environments 1(1): 17-28
Anonymous 2004: Why don't HIV/AIDS policies work?. Journal of International Development 16(8): 1123-1184
Adamowski, W. 2004: Why don't alien conifers invade the Biaowieza Forest?. Weed Technology 18(Suppl): 1453-1456
Midgley, J.J. 2005: Why don't leaf-eating animals prevent the formation of vegetation? Relative vs absolute dietary requirements. New Phytologist 168(2): 271-273
Goetzl, A. 2005: Why don't trade numbers add up?. ITTO Tropical Forest Update 15(1): 8-10
Pasqualotto, A.Comarú.; Severo, L.Carlos. 2005: Why don't we just do what we have to do?. Journal of Infection 51(3): 260-261
Guimier, J.Marc.; Candau, D.; Garenne, M.; Teulières, L. 2005: Why drug prices are high in sub-Saharan Africa. Analysis of price structure: the case of Senegal. Sante 15(1): 41-52
Clark, J.S. 2005: Why environmental scientists are becoming Bayesians. Ecology Letters uary; 8(1): 2-14
Tu, Y-Kang.; West, R.; Ellison, G.T.H.; Gilthorpe, M.S. 2005: Why evidence for the fetal origins of adult disease might be a statistical artifact: the "reversal paradox" for the relation between birth weight and blood pressure in later life. American Journal of Epidemiology 161(1): 27-32
Gadd, J. 2004: Why feed pigs a liquid diet?. SUIS 13: 12-15
Ruotsalainen, M. 2005: Why forest needs to be managed?. Teho 1: 8-10, 45-46
Gondwe, H. 2005: Why free inputs failed in the winter season. Starter packs: a strategy to fight hunger in developing countries? Lessons from the Malawi experience 1998-2003: 193-201
Michell, A.R. 2005: Why has oral rehydration for calves and children diverged: direct vs. indirect criteria of efficacy. Research in Veterinary Science 79(3): 177-181
Nzila, A.; Ochong, E.; Nduati, E.; Gilbert, K.; Winstanley, P.; Ward, S.; Marsh, K. 2005: Why has the dihydrofolate reductase 164 mutation not consistently been found in Africa yet?. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 99(5): 341-346
Hu, Q.; Feng, S. 2004: Why has the land memory changed?. Journal of Climate 17(16): 3236-3243
Dismukes, R.; Glauber, J. 2005: Why hasn't crop insurance eliminated disaster assistance?. Amber Waves 3(3): 34-41
Song, J.; Whittington, D. 2004: Why have some countries on international rivers been successful negotiating treaties? A global perspective. Water Resources Research 40(5): W05S06
Vall, E.; Cathala, M.; Marnotte, P.; Pirot, R.; Bassala, J.P.O.; Mathieu, B.; Guibert, H.; Naudin, K.; Aboubakary ; Tchinsahbe, I.P. 2003: Why helping farmers innovating in weed control? Review of practises and research proposals. Savanes africaines: des espaces en mutation, des acteurs face a de nouveaux defis Actes du colloque Garoua, Cameroun, 27-31 mai 2002: 5-28
Mourik, T.A. van; Stomph, T.J.; Murdoch, A.J. 2005: Why high seed densities within buried mesh bags may overestimate depletion rates of soil seed banks. Journal of Applied Ecology 42(2): 299-305
Barley, K. 2004: Why hypocotyl extension mutants need to be characterized at the cell level: a case study of axr3-1. Journal of Experimental Botany 55(399): 1071-1078
Kenjiro, Y. 2005: Why illness causes more serious economic damage than crop failure in rural Cambodia. Development and Change 36(4): 759-783
Olsson, I.A.S.; Keeling, L.J. 2005: Why in earth? Dustbathing behaviour in jungle and domestic fowl reviewed from a Tinbergian and animal welfare perspective. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 93(3/4): 259-282
Bjork, M.; Axelsson, L.; Beer, S. 2004: Why is Ulva intestinalis the only macroalga inhabiting isolated rockpools along the Swedish Atlantic coast?. Marine Ecology, Progress Series 284: 109-116
Hashim, D.A. 2004: Why is air travel so expensive? An analysis. Economic and Political Weekly 39(34): 3784-3786
Gerber, R. 2003: Why is an integral green space policy needed?. Agrarwirtschaft und Agrarsoziologie 2: 11-18
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Bennett, E.; Eves, H.; Robinson, J.; Wilkie, D. 2002: Why is eating bushmeat a biodiversity crisis?. Conservation in Practice 3(2): 28-29
Allen, S. 2005: Why is fertility an issue for HIV-infected and at-risk women?. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 38(Suppl): S1-S3
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Namazi, M.R. 2004: Why is psoriasis uncommon in Africans? The influence of dietary factors on the expression of psoriasis. International Journal of Dermatology 43(5): 391-392
Kearney, M.R. 2003: Why is sex so unpopular in the Australian desert?. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18(12): 605-607
Torres, B.S.; Cruz, R. de C.S. 2004: Why is so difficult controlling tuberculosis?. Revista Brasileira de Medicina 61(5): 306-308, 310-311
Garbaye, J. 2004: Why is such a great diversity of fungi associated to the roots of forest trees?. RenDez Vous Techniques 5: 4-9
Meyer, M.H. 2004: Why master gardeners stop volunteering: lack of time. HortTechnology 14(3): 437-438
Takahashi, T.; Kooten, G.C. van; Vertinsky, I. 2003: Why might forest companies certify? Results from a Canadian survey. International Forestry Review 5(4): 329-337, 395, 397
Homedes, Núria.; Ugalde, A. 2005: Why neoliberal health reforms have failed in Latin America. Health Policy 71(1): 83-96
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Ahanchede, A.; Poirier Hamon, S.; Darmency, H. 2004: Why no tetraploid cultivar of foxtail millet?. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 51(3): 227-230
Agrawal, A.A. 2003: Why omnivory?. Ecology 84(10): 2521-2567
Mann, S. 2003: Why organic food in Germany is a merit good. Food Policy 28(5/6): 459-469
Kohlschutter, N.; Korbun, T.; Steinfeldt, M. 2004: Why organic pork chops are very expensive. Okologie and Landbau 131(3): 53-54
Dinham, B. 2004: Why paraquat should be banned. Outlooks on Pest Management 15(6): 268-271
Woodward, S.J.R.; Rollo, M.D. 2002: Why pasture growth prediction is difficult. Agronomy New Zealand 32/33: 17-26
Hamback, P. 2004: Why purple loosestrife in sweet gale shrubs are less attacked by herbivorous beetles?. Entomologisk Tidskrift 125(3): 93-102
Scanlan, F.P. 2005: Why rapid testing?. Rapid methods for biological and chemical contaminants in food and feed: 19-29
Parsa, H.G.; Self, J.T.; Njite, D.; King, T. 2005: Why restaurants fail. Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly 46(3): 304-322
Blumberg, P. 2005: Why self-directed learning is not learned and practiced in veterinary education. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 32(3): 290-295
Yildiz, N. 2004: Why should seed grain be certificated?. Turktarm 158: 63-65
Bellisle, F. 2003: Why should we study human food intake behaviour?. Nutrition Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases: Nmcd 13(4): 189-193
Woods, A. 2004: Why slaughter? The cultural dimensions of Britain's foot and mouth disease control policy, 1892-2001. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 17(4/5): 341-362
Morgan, W.J. 2003: Why the view from nowhere gets us nowhere in our moral considerations of sports. Journal of the Philosophy of Sport 30(1): 51-67
Cannon, G. 2004: Why the Bush administration and the global sugar industry are determined to demolish the 2004 WHO global strategy on diet, physical activity and health. Public Health Nutrition 7(3): 369-380
Imtiaz Ahmad; Shah, S.A.H.; Muhammad Sarwarzahid 2004: Why the Green Revolution was short run phenomena in the development process of Pakistan: a lesson for future. Journal of Rural Development and Administration 35(1/4): 89-107
Kinnell, P.I.A. 2005: Why the Universal Soil Loss Equation and the revised version of it do not predict event erosion well. Hydrological Processes 19(3): 851-854
Oluoch Kosura, W.; Karugia, J.T. 2005: Why the early promise for rapid increases in maize productivity in Kenya was not sustained: lessons for sustainable investment in agriculture. The African food crisis: lessons from the Asian Green Revolution: 181-196
Anonymous 2003: Why the fat in nuts is good. Indian Cashew Journal 23(4): 3-4
Montano, E.L.; Ruiz Cortes, Z.T. 2005: Why the first dominant follicle of postpartum zebu cattle does not ovulate under Colombian tropic. Revista Colombiana de Ciencias Pecuarias 18(2): 127-135
Vieth, R. 2004: Why the optimal requirement for Vitamin D3 is probably much higher than what is officially recommended for adults. Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 89-90(1-5): 575-579
Chase, R.; Antkowiak, T.; Geoffroy, E.; Weatherill, D. 2004: Why the ovotestis of Helix aspersa is innervated. Acta Biologica Hungarica 55(1-4): 239-249
Gachter, R.; Muller, B. 2003: Why the phosphorus retention of lakes does not necessarily depend on the oxygen supply to their sediment surface. Limnology and Oceanography 48(2): 929-933
Corliss, J.O. 2004: Why the world needs protists!. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 51(1): 8-22
Moulin, B.; Aubin, T.; Jallon, J.M. 2004: Why there is a one-way crossability between D. melanogaster and D. simulans?. Genetica 120(1/3): 285-292
Kim, N.S.; Chalip, L. 2004: Why travel to the FIFA World Cup? Effects of motives, background, interest, and constraints. Tourism Management 25(6): 695-707
Prine, G.M.; Chambliss, C.G. 2004: Why very little lupin is grown in Florida at the beginning of the 21st century. Wild and cultivated lupins from the Tropics to the Poles Proceedings of the 10th International Lupin Conference, Laugarvatn, Iceland, 19-24 June 2002: 161-162
Burgham, M.; Downward, P. 2005: Why volunteer, time to volunteer? A case study from swimming. Managing Leisure 10(2): 79-93
McKee, M.; Hogan, H.; Gilmore, A. 2004: Why we need to ban smoking in public places now. Journal of Public Health 26(4): 325-326
Chaudhuri, A. 2005: Why we should offer routine vitamin D supplementation in pregnancy and childhood to prevent multiple sclerosis. Medical Hypotheses 64(3): 608-618
de Nooijer, J.; de Wit, M.; Steenhuis, I. 2004: Why young Dutch in-line skaters do (not) use protection equipment. European Journal of Public Health 14(2): 178-181
Colston, A. 2004: Wicken fen - realising the vision. Ecos British Association of Nature Conservationists 25(3/4): 42-45
Nguyen, T-B.; Giband, M.; Brottier, P.; Risterucci, A-M.; Lacape, J-M. 2004: Wide coverage of the tetraploid cotton genome using newly developed microsatellite markers. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 109(1): 167-175
Feng, M.-G.; Chen, C.; Chen, B. 2004: Wide dispersal of aphid-pathogenic Entomophthorales among aphids relies upon migratory alates. Environmental Microbiology 6(5): 510-516
Bajpai, G.C.; Jogendra Singh; Tewari, S.K. 2003: Wide hybridization and its genetic and cytogenetic consequences in pigeon pea - a review. Agricultural Reviews 24(4): 265-274
Lautersack, O.; Irnich, B.; Tacke, S.; Kohler, K.; Frese, K.; Schneider, M.; Siekmann, R. 2004: Wide necrosis of the right brain cortex in a Yorkshire terrier. Kleintierpraxis 49(3): 157-162
Mauseth, J.D. 2004: Wide-band tracheids are present in almost all species of Cactaceae. Journal of Plant Research 117(1): 69-76
Gao, W.; Chen, Z.Jeffrey.; Yu, J.Z.; Raska, D.; Kohel, R.J.; Womack, J.E.; Stelly, D.M. 2004: Wide-cross whole-genome radiation hybrid mapping of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.). Genetics 167(3): 1317-1329
Tsuda, Y.; Ide, Y. 2005: Wide-range analysis of genetic structure of Betula maximowicziana, a long-lived pioneer tree species and noble hardwood in the cool temperate zone of Japan. Molecular Ecology 14(13): 3929-3941
Puskás, L.G.; Nagy, Z.B.; Kelemen, J.Z.; Rüberg, S.; Bodogai, M.; Becker, A.; Dusha, I. 2004: Wide-range transcriptional modulating effect of ntrR under microaerobiosis in Sinorhizobium meliloti. Molecular Genetics and Genomics: Mgg 272(3): 275-289
Yuan ZheMing; Meng XiaoLin; Liu ShuSheng 2004: Wide-spectrum synergy of recombinant enhancin from insect baculovirus expressed in Escherichia coli. Chinese Journal of Biological Control 20(1): 31-33
Worsfold, D.; Griffith, C.J. 2003: Widening HACCP implementation in the catering industry. Food Service Technology 3(3/4): 113-122
Henderson, J.; Chan YuZhen; Loke, F.; Teo, F. 2004: Widening accommodation choice: the potential of homestay in Singapore. ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism 3(1): 1-9
Richards, G.; Wilson, J. 2004: Widening perspectives in backpacker research. The global nomad: backpacker travel in theory and practice: 253-279
McMichael, A.J. 2005: Widening the horizons of 'evidence': nutrition and disease in ecological perspective. SAJCN South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition 18(2): 140-142, 144-146, 148
Oji, F.L.; Mohamed, S.S. 2005: Wider bean impact strategy for low cost IPM technology dissemination in the northern Sudan. Proceedings of the 1st International Edible Legume Conference in conjuction with the IVth World Cowpea Congress, Durban, South Africa, 17-21 April 2005: 1-8
Bajer, P.G.; Whitledge, G.W.; Hayward, R.S. 2004: Widespread consumption-dependent systematic error in fish bioenergetics models and its implications. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61(11): 2158-2167
Sandstrom, M.W.; Kolpin, D.W.; Thurman, E.Michael.; Zaugg, S.D. 2005: Widespread detection of N,N-diethyl-m-toluamide in U.S. streams: comparison with concentrations of pesticides, personal care products, and other organic wastewater compounds. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 24(5): 1029-1034
Akbas, B.; Ilhan, D. 2005: Widespread distribution of Apple mosaic virus on apple in Turkey. Plant Disease 89(9): 1010
Gunasekera, A.M.; Patankar, S.; Schug, J.; Eisen, G.; Kissinger, J.; Roos, D.; Wirth, D.F. 2004: Widespread distribution of antisense transcripts in the Plasmodium falciparum genome. Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 136(1): 35-42
Girardot, M.; Martin, J.; Guibert, S.; Leveziel, H.; Julien, R.; Oulmouden, A. 2005: Widespread expression of the bovine Agouti gene results from at least three alternative promoters. Pigment Cell Research 18(1): 34-41
Vathsala, P.G.; Pramanik, A.; Dhanasekaran, S.; Devi, C.Usha.; Pillai, C.R.; Subbarao, S.K.; Ghosh, S.K.; Tiwari, S.N.; Sathyanarayan, T.S.; Deshpande, P.R.; Mishra, G.C.; Ranjit, M.R.; Dash, A.P.; Rangarajan, P.N.; Padmanaban, G. 2004: Widespread occurrence of the Plasmodium falciparum chloroquine resistance transporter (Pfcrt) gene haplotype SVMNT in P. falciparum malaria in India. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 70(3): 256-259
Harveson, R.M. 2004: Widespread occurrence of the perfect stage of powdery mildew caused by Erysiphe polygoni on sugar beets in Nebraska. Plant Disease 88(9): 1049
Blanc, G.; Wolfe, K.H. 2004: Widespread paleopolyploidy in model plant species inferred from age distributions of duplicate genes. Plant Cell 16(7): 1667-1678
Berger-Achituv, S.; Shohat, T.; Romano-Zelekha, O.; Ophir, E.; Rachmani, S.; Malovizky, D.; Garty, B-Zion. 2005: Widespread use of soy-based formula without clinical indications. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition 41(5): 660-666
Kauserud, Håvard. 2004: Widespread vegetative compatibility groups in the dry-rot fungus Serpula lacrymans. Mycologia 96(2): 232-239
Terry, R.S.; Smith, J.E.; Sharpe, R.G.; Rigaud, T.; Littlewood, D.T.J.; Ironside, J.E.; Rollinson, D.; Bouchon, D.; MacNeil, C.; Dick, J.T.A.; Dunn, A.M. 2004: Widespread vertical transmission and associated host sex-ratio distortion within the eukaryotic phylum Microspora. PROCEEDINGS. Biological Sciences 271(1550): 1783-1789
Anderson, R.J.; Bledsoe, B.P.; Hession, W.C. 2004: Width of streams and rivers in response to vegetation, bank material, and other factors. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 40(5): 1159-1172
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Seiler, G.J. 2004: Wild Helianthus annuus, a potential source of reduced palmitic and stearic fatty acids in sunflower oil. Helia 27(40): 55-61
Poverene, M.; Carrera, A.; Ureta, S.; Cantamutto, M. 2004: Wild Helianthus species and wild-sunflower hybridization in Argentina. Helia 27(40): 133-141
Hummer, K.E. 2005: Wild Humulus genetic resources at the U.S. National Clonal Germplasm Repository. Acta Horticulturae 668: 75-80
Pignone, D.; Sonnante, G. 2004: Wild artichokes of south Italy: did the story begin here?. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 51(6): 577-580
Adam, D. 2004: Wild asparagus: from spontaneous harvest to commercial production. Infos Ctifl 207: 43-45
Chen, G.; Sagi, M.; Weining, S.; Krugman, T.; Fahima, T.; Korol, A.B.; Nevo, E. 2004: Wild barley eibi1 mutation identifies a gene essential for leaf water conservation. Planta 219(4): 684-693
Morandin, L.A.; Winston, M.L. 2005: Wild bee abundance and seed production in conventional, organic, and genetically modified canola. Ecological Applications e; 15(3): 871-881
Lenzi, M.; Orth, A.I.; Laroca, S. 2003: Wild bees (Hym., Apoidea): assemblage of visitors of Schinus therebinthifolius (Anacardiaceae), in the Ilha de Santa Catarina (southern Brazil). Acta Biologica Paranaense 32(1/4): 107-127
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Goulding, M. 2004: Wild boar: what should DEFRA do?. Ecos British Association of Nature Conservationists 25(1): 34-38
Ohnishi, O. 2002: Wild buckwheat species in the border area of Sichuan, Yunnan and Tibet and allozyme diversity of wild Tartary buckwheat in this area. Fagopyrum 19: 3-9
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Gonzalez Torres, R.I.; Araya Villalobos, R.; Gaitan Solis, E.; Debouck, D.G. 2004: Wild common bean in the Central Valley of Costa Rica: ecological distribution and molecular characterization. Agronomia Mesoamericana 15(2): 145-153
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Yang, Z.L.; Piepenbring, M. 2004: Wild edible fungi in the Yunnan Province, southwestern China. Frontiers in Basidiomycote mycology: 419-426
Valenzuela, F.E. 2003: Wild edible mushrooms collected in the X Region of Chile. Boletin Micologico 18: 1-14
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Nissinen, O. 2004: Wild flower seed yields in northern Finland. Land use systems in grassland dominated regions Proceedings of the 20th General Meeting of the European Grassland Federation, Luzern, Switzerland, 21-24 June 2004: 249-251
Maassumi, S.M.; Bobrov, A.V. 2004: Wild food plants of the Western Iran. Rastitel' nye Resursy 40(4): 86-93
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Bertolini, R.; Zgrablic, G.; Cuffolo, E. 2005: Wild game meat: products, market, legislation and processing controls. Veterinary Research Communications 29(Suppl): 97-100
Rottenberg, A.; Zohary, D. 2005: Wild genetic resources of cultivated artichoke. Acta Horticulturae 681: 307-313
Francesetti, A. 2004: Wild land fuel characterisation. Alberi e Territorio 6: 41-43
Dhan Singh; Pundir, Y.P.S. 2004: Wild medicinal plants of Jaunsar-Bawar (Western Himalayas) Uttaranchal - I. Indian Forester 130(11): 1259-1271
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Zakharenko, V.A. 2004: Wild oat must not be in the field. Zascita i Karantin Rastenij 1 Karantin Rastenii (12): 19-21
Koeva, R.; Angelov, J.; Angelova, S. 2003: Wild oil species suitable for in situ conservation and use in the breeding programmes. Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science 9(5/6): 597-600
Cribb, P. 2005: Wild orchids in Sichuan. Curtis' s Botanical Magazine 22(1): 71-81
Kurzinger, B.; Kurzinger, W.; Mobius, B. 2004: Wild plants as a possible source of PVY?. Kartoffelbau 11: 391-393
Moreno, S.; Villafuerte, R.; Cabezas, S.; Lombardi, L. 2004: Wild rabbit restocking for predator conservation in Spain. Biological Conservation y; 118(2): 183-193
Cardoso, T.; Pilz, D. 2004: Wild rabies virus detection by plaque assay from naturally infected brains in different species. Veterinary Microbiology 103(3-4): 161-167
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Pradhan, R. 2003: Wild rhododendrons of Bhutan. Rhododendrons in horticulture and science Papers presented at the International Rhododendron Conference, Edinburgh, UK on 17-19 May 2002: 37-41
Hochbichler, E. 2003: Wild service tree (Sorbus torminalis Crantz) in the 'Weinviertel' (Lower Austria). Forst und Holz 58(21): 647-653
Idzojtic, M. 2004: Wild service tree, Sorbus torminalis - noble broadleaved species in our forests. Sumarski List 128(3/4): 181-185
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Nielsen, H. 2003: Wild species of conifers in Denmark. Dansk Dendrologisk Arsskrift 21: 59-66
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Anjula Pandey; Akhilesh Sarraf 2004: Wild useful plant genetic resources of Uttaranchal Himalayas, India. Indian Journal of Hill Farming 17(1/2): 96-100
Isaev, D.I. 2005: Wild-growing medicinal plants resources of Zagatalsk Region (Azerbaijan). Rastitel' nye Resursy 41(2): 73-80
Baron, M.D. 2005: Wild-type Rinderpest virus uses SLAM (CD150) as its receptor. Journal of General Virology 86(Pt 6): 1753-1757
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Peerlings, J.; Polman, N. 2004: Wildlife and landscape services production in Dutch dairy farming; jointness and transaction costs. European Review of Agricultural Economics 31(4): 427-449
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Fischer, J.R.; Gerhold, R. 2003: Wildlife as a risk factor in animal health and zoonoses. Compendium of technical items presented to the international committee or to regional commissions 2001-2002: 273-289
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Missios, P.C. 2004: Wildlife trade and endangered species protection. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 48(4): 613-627
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