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Biology, Geography & Health: Chapter 6919


Chapter 6919 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in the basic and applied life, earth and health sciences.


Magnus E.M., 1987: Whole blood folate values in pernicious anemia relation to treatment

Behrens J.A.; Brown W.P.; Gibson D.F.; Detter J.C., 1979: Whole blood hemo globin determinations a comparison of methodologies

Chatelain J.; Haimart M.; Launay J.M.; Baille V.; Dreux C.; Cathala F., 1984: Whole blood histamine and serotonin levels in scrapie infected sheep 1st results

Bensinger W.I.; Buckner C.D.; Clift R.A., 1985: Whole blood immunoadsorption of anti a or anti b antibodies

Smith, A. L.; Weathersbee, P. S.; Lodge, J. R., 1976: Whole blood leukocyte culture technique for mammalian cyto genetic analysis

Kelley, K. W.; Osborne, C. A.; Evermann, J. F.; Parish, S. M.; Hinrichs, D. J., 1981: Whole blood leukocyte vs. separated mononuclear cell blastogenesis in calves time dependent changes after shipping


Mackie R.M.; Hughes M.A.; Morgan M.E.I.; Mcmillan E.M.; Nelson H.M., 1981: Whole blood levels of delta amino levulinic acid dehydratase in patients with psoriasis and mycosis fungoides on topical therapy and on photo chemo therapy

Faden H.; Maciejewski N., 1981: Whole blood luminol dependent chemi luminescence

Kaneene, J. M.; Anderson, R. K.; Johnson, D. W.; Muscoplat, C. C.; Nicoletti, P.; Angus, R. D.; Pietz, D. E.; Klausner, D. J., 1978: Whole blood lymphocyte stimulation assay for measurement of cell mediated immune responses in bovine brucellosis

Pauly, J. L.; Han, T., 1976: Whole blood micro culture assay of human lymphocyte function

Kohashi O.; Kohashi Y.; Kuroiwa A.; Okada H.; Shigematsu N., 1987: Whole blood microassay of luminol dependent chemiluminescence stimulated by phorbol myristate acetate or human igg coated zymosan for monitoring disease activity of bacterial infections

Rocks B.F.; Sherwood R.A.; Cook J.G.H., 1985: Whole blood osmolality

Fujioka S., 1987: Whole blood plasma and erythrocyte internal viscosities in hypergammaglobulinemia their causal relations with hyperviscosity syndrome

Shulman G.; Yapit M.K., 1980: Whole blood platelet counts with an impedance type particle counter

Tomita M.; Gotoh F.; Tanahashi N.; Turcani P., 1986: Whole blood red blood cell aggregometer for human and feline blood

Marshall E.F.; Kennedy W.N.; Eccleston D., 1987: Whole blood serotonin and plasma tryptophan using high pressure liquid chromatography with electrochemical detection

Leckman J.F.; Anderson G.M.; Cohen D.J.; Ort S.; Harcherik D.F.; Hoder E.L.; Shaywitz B.A., 1984: Whole blood serotonin and tryptophan levels in tourettes disorder effects of acute and chronic clonidine treatment

Anderson G.M.; Freedman D.X.; Cohen D.J.; Volkmar F.R.; Hoder E.L.; Mcphedran P.; Minderaa R.B.; Hansen C.R.; Young J.G., 1987: Whole blood serotonin in autistic and normal subjects

Rapkin A.J.; Edelmuth E.; Chang L.C.; Reading A.E.; Mcguire M.T.; Su T P., 1987: Whole blood serotonin in premenstrual syndrome

Adjepon Yamoah K.K.; Ofori Adjei D.; Woolhouse N.M.; Lindstrom B., 1986: Whole blood single dose kinetics of chloroquine and desethylchloroquine in africans

Mishler, J. M.; Darley, J. H.; Cederholm-Williams, S.; Wright, G., 1978: Whole blood storage in citrate and phosphate solutions containing half strength tri sodium citrate cellular and biochemical studies

Siebers R.W.L.; Maling T.J.B., 1988: Whole blood storage solution for erythrocyte sodium and sodium lithium countertransport rate determination

Thomassen A.R.; Nielsen T.T.; Bagger J.P.; Henningsen P., 1987: Whole blood versus plasma measurements of glutamate and alanine across the human myocardium

Devereux R.B.; Drayer J.I.M.; Chien S.; Pickering T.G.; Letcher R.L.; Deyoung J.L.; Sealey J.E.; Laragh J.H., 1984: Whole blood viscosity as a determinant of cardiac hypertrophy in systemic hypertension

Huisman A.; Aarnoudse J.G.; Heuvelmans J.H.A.; Goslinga H.; Fidler V.; Huisjes H.J.; Zijlstra W.G., 1987: Whole blood viscosity during normal pregnancy

Van De Pette J.E.W.; Guthrie D.L.; Pearson T.C., 1986: Whole blood viscosity in polycythemia the effect of iron deficiency at a range of hemoglobin and packed cell volumes

Hobbs J.B.; Oats J.N.; Palmer A.A.; Long P.A.; Mitchell G.M.; Lou A.; Mciver M.A., 1982: Whole blood viscosity in pre eclampsia

Grotta J.; Ackerman R.; Correia J.; Fallick G.; Chang J., 1982: Whole blood viscosity parameters and cerebral blood flow

Beiting, C. V.; Kozak, K. J.; Dreffer, R. L.; Stinnett, J. D.; Alexander, J. W., 1978: Whole blood vs packed red cells for resuscitation of hemorrhagic shock an examination of host defense parameters in dogs

Shackford, S. R.; Virgilio, R. W.; Peters, R. M., 1981: Whole blood vs. packed cell transfusions a physiologic comparison

Belch J.J.F.; Saniabadi A.R.; Forbes C.D., 1987: Whole blood white cell aggregation a novel technique

Coward, W. A.; Sawyer, M. B., 1977: Whole body albumin mass and distribution in rats fed on low protein diets

Williams E.D.; Elliott H.L.; Boddy K.; Haywood J.K.; Henderson I.S.; Harvey I.; Kennedy A.C., 1980: Whole body aluminum in chronic renal failure and dialysis encephalopathy

Gatlin D.M.IIi, 1987: Whole body amino acid composition and comparative aspects of amino acid nutrition of the goldfish golden shiner and fathead minnow

Moughan P.J.; Smith W.C., 1987: Whole body amino acid composition of the growing pig

King C.E.; Cain S.M.; Chapler C.K., 1984: Whole body and hindlimb cardiovascular responses of the anesthetized dog during carbon monoxide hypoxia

Mcree, D. I.; Davis, H. G., 1984: Whole body and local dosimetry in rats exposed to 2.45 gigahertz microwave radiation

Kapitola J.; Jahoda I.; Kobos L.; Knotova S., 1987: Whole body and local tissue retention of radioactive strontium strontium 85 in rats chronological course effect of age and sex

Tothill P.; Smith M.A.; Cohn S.H., 1983: Whole body and part body turnover of strontium 85 in pagets disease

Humphrey S.J.; Zins G.R., 1984: Whole body and regional hemodynamic effects of minoxidil in the conscious dog

Martin P.; Schoutens A.; Manicourt D.; Bergmann P.; Fuss M.; Verbanck M., 1983: Whole body and regional retention of technetium 99 labeled pyro phosphate at 24 hours physiological basis of the method for assessing the metabolism of bone in disease

Dainis A., 1980: Whole body and segment center of mass determination from kinematic data

Gump, F. E.; Price, J. B. Jr ; Kinney, J. M., 1970: Whole body and splanchnic blood flow and oxygen consumption measurements in patients with intra peritoneal infection

Dell R.B.; Mott G.E.; Jackson E.M.; Ramakrishnan R.; Carey K.D.; Mcgill H.C.Jr; Goodman D.S., 1985: Whole body and tissue cholesterol turnover in the baboon papio cynocephalus

Iwao H.; Nakamura N.; Ikemoto F.; Yamamoto K., 1983: Whole body auto radiographic distribution of exogenously administered renin in mice

Shindo, H.; Miyakoshi, N., 1976: Whole body auto radiographic studies on the distribution of carbon 14 labeled d 5 hydroxy tryptophan and l 5 hydroxy tryptophan 5 hydroxy tryptamine and 5 hydroxy iaa in rats

Watanabe M.; Kihara T.; Shimada M.; Kurimoto K., 1979: Whole body auto radiographic studies on the distribution of radioactive carbon from carbon 14 labeled glucose in carbon mon oxide poisoned mice

Shibata, H., 1977: Whole body auto radiographic studies on the fate of zinc 65 cadmium 109 and mercury 203 in mice

Shigehara, E.; Tanaka, M., 1978: Whole body auto radiographic studies on tissue distribution of 3 4 amino 2 methyl 5 pyrimidinylmethyl 1 2 chloroethyl 1 nitroso urea hydro chloride in tumor bearing mice and rats

Fagerholm P.; Forsling B.; Isacsson G.; Thyresson N., 1982: Whole body auto radiographic study after a single dose of thallium 204 in young rats

Benard P.; Desplanches G.; Macquet J.P.; Simon J., 1983: Whole body auto radiographic study of the distribution of platinum 195m in healthy and tumor bearing mice treated with labeled cisplatin

Brunet C.; Luyckx M.; Cazin M., 1983: Whole body auto radiographic study of the distribution of radioactivity in pregnant mice given arsenic 73 labeled arsenic tri oxide

Durand, S.; Benard, P., 1980: Whole body auto radiographic study of the distribution of radioactivity in rats given carbon 14 labeled l ethionine

Farebrother, D. A.; Creasy, D. M., 1976: Whole body auto radiography a beta radio luminescence method for detecting tritium

Seutter E.; Rijntjes N.V.M., 1981: Whole body auto radiography after systemic and topical administration of methyl acrylate in the guinea pig

Bergman K., 1979: Whole body auto radiography and allied tracer techniques in distribution and elimination studies of some organic solvents

Sato T.; Fukuda H.; Abe Y.; Hatazawa J.; Ido T.; Matsuzawa T., 1983: Whole body auto radiography by positron emitting radio nuclides

Kishida K.; Makita T., 1983: Whole body auto radiography of carbon 14 labeled 5 fluoro uracil in nude mice bearing murine leukemia cells p 388

Watanabe M.; Kihara T.; Shimada M.; Kurimoto K., 1980: Whole body auto radiography of distribution of carbon 14 labeled 2 deoxy glucose in mice

Olsen I.; Jonsen J., 1979: Whole body auto radiography of nickel 63 in mice throughout gestation

Olsen I.; Jonsen J., 1982: Whole body auto radiography of thallium 204 labeled in embryos fetuses and placentas of mice

Chari Bitron A.; Simon G.A.; Kadar T.; Motola L., 1979: Whole body auto radiography of tritium labeled phencyclidine in mice

D'argy R.; Ullberg S.; Stalnacke C G.; Langstrom B., 1984: Whole body auto radiography using carbon 11 with double tracer applications

Kim S.; Iwao H.; Nakamura N.; Ikemoto F.; Yamamoto K., 1987: Whole body autoradiographic distribution of exogenously administered renal renin in rats

Fand I.; Mcnally W.P.; Koul O.; Yonekura Y.; Som P.; Brill A.B.; Deutsch D.G., 1988: Whole body autoradiographic localization of tritiated phencyclidine and its metabolites in mice

Taeuber U.; Weinmann H J.; Panzer M.; Acksteiner B.; Vollert B.; Schulze P.E., 1986: Whole body autoradiographic studies in rats with gadolinium diethylenetriaminepentaacetic acid a new contrast agent for magnetic resonance imaging

Shimono R., 1985: Whole body autoradiographic study of uniformly carbon 14 labeled galactose in mice and its biochemical analysis

Shimono R., 1984: Whole body autoradiographic study on the distribution of uniform carbon 14 galactose in adult pregnant newborn and infant mice

Yamazaki K.; Hirata S.; Nakajima S.; Kubo Y.; Samejima N.; Sakata I., 1988: Whole body autoradiography of tumor bearing hamsters with a new tumor imaging agent indium 111 labeled porphyrin

Morimoto D.C.; Tamrin R.H.; Levy C.K., 1985: Whole body biological elimination rates of gamma emitting radionuclides in captive meadow voles microtus pennsylvanicus

Oyamada, H.; Tabei, T.; Yoneyama, T.; Eguchi, K.; Orii, H.; Terui, S., 1978: Whole body bone scintigram and stage classification of the patients with adeno carcinoma of lung

Scott R.; Williams E.D.; Haywood J.K.; Harvey I.; Boddy K.; Paterson P.J., 1980: Whole body calcium deficit in cadmium exposed workers with hyper calciuria

Flik G.; Fenwick J.C.; Kolar Z.; Mayer Gostan N.; Bonga S.E.W., 1985: Whole body calcium flux rates in cichlid teleost fish oreochromis mossambicus adapted to freshwater

Hobe H.; Laurent P.; Mcmahon B.R., 1984: Whole body calcium flux rates in freshwater teleosts as a function of ambient calcium and ph levels a comparison between the euryhaline trout salmo gairdneri and stenohaline bullhead ictalurus nebulosus

Huner J.V.; Colvin L.B.; Reid B.L., 1979: Whole body calcium magnesium and phosphorus levels of the california brown shrimp penaeus californiensis decapoda penaeidae as functions of molt stage

Dallosso, H. M.; James, W. P. T., 1984: Whole body calorimetry studies in adult men 1. the effect of fat over feeding on 24 hour energy expenditure

Dallosso, H. M.; James, W. P. T., 1984: Whole body calorimetry studies in adult men 2. the interaction of exercise and over feeding on the thermic effect of a meal

Williams E.D.; Harvey I.R.; Haywood J.K.; Mcardle F.J., 1981: Whole body cesium 137 levels in man in scotland uk 1978 1979

Parks, J. S.; Lehner, N. D. M.; Clair, R. W. S.; Lofland, H. B., 1977: Whole body cholesterol metabolism in cholesterol fed african green monkeys with a variable hyper cholesterolemic response

Hilsted J.; Christensen N.J.; Madsbad S., 1983: Whole body clearance of norepinephrine the significance of arterial sampling and of surgical stress

Gray J.M.B.; East B.W.; Robertson I.; Preston T.; Lawson D.H., 1986: Whole body composition in patients with angina pectoris receiving long term treatment with the nonselective beta receptor blocking drug nadolol

Kamata S.; Kawamura K.; Nakamura M.; Onodera M.; Handa T.; Kanazawa S.; Usui Y.; Otokida K.; Suzuki T.; Et Al, 1980: Whole body computed tomographic findings in a case with primary aldo steronism and a case with cushings syndrome

Schaner, E. G.; Head, G. L.; Kalman, M. A.; Dunnick, N. R.; Doppman, J. L., 1977: Whole body computed tomography in the diagnosis of abdominal and thoracic malignancy review of 600 cases

Stiffler D.M.; Walters L.E.; Whiteman J.V., 1980: Whole body counting a study of the count repeatability and the relationship between weight and adjusted count

Miltenberger R.P.; Greenhouse N.A.; Lessard E.T., 1980: Whole body counting results from 1974 1979 for bikini island residents

Hansen, C. R-Jr ; Gauss, J. D.; Kawatski, J. A., 1980: Whole body distribution and malpighian tubule transport of 2' 5 di chloro 4' nitro salicylanilide bayer 73 and 3 tri fluoromethyl 4 nitro phenol in larvae of the aquatic midge chironomus tentans

Nakamura T.; Akisada M.; Shigematsu A., 1984: Whole body distribution of carbon 11 labeled l aspartic acid in rats

Miller E.D.Jr; Kistner J.R.; Epstein R.M., 1980: Whole body distribution of radioactively labeled microspheres in the rat during anesthesia with halothane enflurane or ketamine

Boye E.; Lindegaard M.W.; Paus E.; Skretting A.; Davy M.; Jakobsen E., 1984: Whole body distribution of radioactivity after intra peritoneal administration of phosphorus 32 colloids

Skretting A.; Benestad H.B.; Sundrehagen E., 1988: Whole body distribution of technetium 99m labelled autologous human granulocytes and radiation dose to cells and organs

Mandelzweig Y.; Kuten A.; Tatcher M.; Yudelev M.; Cohen Y.; Robinson E., 1981: Whole body electron therapy in mycosis fungoides

Williams P.C.; Hunter R.D.; Jackson S.M., 1979: Whole body electron therapy in mycosis fungoides a successful translational technique achieved by modification of an established linear accelerator

Kennedy A.C.; Boddy K.; Williams E.D.; Elliott A.T.; Harvey I.; Holloway I.; Haywood J.K., 1979: Whole body elemental composition during drug treatment of rheumatoid arthritis a preliminary study

Williams E.D.; Henderson I.S.; Boddy K.; Kennedy A.C.; Elliott H.L.; Haywood J.K.; Harvey I.R., 1984: Whole body elemental composition in patients with renal failure and after transplantation studied using total body neutron activation analysis

Kristensen P.; Hansen J.C., 1979: Whole body elimination of selenium 75 labeled selenite and mercury 203 labeled mercuric chloride administered separately and simultaneously to mice

Granstein R.D.; Sauder D.N., 1987: Whole body exposure to uv radiation results in increased serum interleukin 1 activity in humans

Lundholm K.; Persson H.; Wennberg A., 1988: Whole body fat oxidation before and after carnitine supplementation in uremic patients on chronic hemodialysis

Hiraki Y.; Okazaki Y.; Murakami K.; Inoue N.; Noriyasu T.; Takeda Y.; Morimoto S.; Aono K., 1987: Whole body gallium 67 scintigraphy in dermatomyositis

Yang P C.; Tsay C Z.; Lin J H.; Lin H K., 1987: Whole body gamma irradiated spf lan yu miniature pigs administered with or without wr 2721 hematologic changes

Yang P C.; Tsay C Z.; Lin H K.; Lin J H., 1987: Whole body gamma irradiated spf lan yu miniature pigs administered with or without wr 2721 survival rate

Darmaun D.; Cirillo D.; Koziet J.; Chauvet D.; Young V.R.; Robert J J., 1988: Whole body glucose kinetics in type i diabetes studied with 6 6 deuterated glucose and u carbon 13 glucose and the artificial beta cell

Bull J.M.; Lees D.; Schuette W.; Whang Peng J.; Smith R.; Bynum G.; Atkinson E.R.; Gottdiener J.S.; Gralnick H.R.; Et Al, 1979: Whole body hyper thermia a phase i trial of a potential adjuvant to chemo therapy

Herman T.S.; Zukoski C.F.; Anderson R.M.; Hutter J.J.; Blitt C.D.; Malone J.M.; Larson D.F.; Dean J.C.; Roth H.B., 1982: Whole body hyper thermia and chemo therapy for treatment of patients with advanced refractory malignancies

Van Der Zee J.; Van Rhoon G.C.; Wike Hooley J.L.; Faithfull N.S.; Reinhold H., 1983: Whole body hyper thermia in cancer therapy a report of a phase i ii study

Robins H.I.; Shecterle L.M.; Aubuchon J.P.; Paliwal B.R.; Davis T.E.; Dennis W.H., 1983: Whole body hyper thermia with a microwave regional boost unexpected toxicity in the pig

Neville A.J.; Sauder D.N., 1988: Whole body hyperthermia 41 42 c induces interleukin 1 in vivo

Robins H.I.; Steeves R.A.; Shecterle L.M.; Martin P.A.; Miller K.A.; Paliwal B.; Neville A.J.; Dennis W.H., 1984: Whole body hyperthermia 41 42 celsius a simple technique for unanesthetized mice

Klein M.K.; Dewhirst M.W.; Fuller D.J.M., 1987: Whole body hyperthermia and heat sensitizing drugs a pilot study in canine lymphoproliferative disease

Shen R N.; Hornbach N.B.; Shidnia H.; Shupe R.E.; Brahmi Z., 1987: Whole body hyperthermia decreases lung metastases in lung tumor bearing mice possibly via a mechanism involving natural killer cells

Kaimio, M.; Jauhiainen, T.; Kohonen, A.; Tarkkanen, J., 1970: Whole body infra sonic vibration effects on the cochlea

Moxley R.T.; Corbett A.J.; Minaker K.L.; Rowe J.W., 1984: Whole body insulin resistance in myotonic dystrophy

Koga K.; Nishikawa K.; Wakuta Y.; Asada K.; Murai N.; Watanabe K.; Takada T., 1985: Whole body irradiation by high energy electron for mycosis fungoides

Gnann H.; Ahlemann L.M.; Christ G.; Frommhold W., 1986: Whole body irradiation in acute leukemia

Labedzki L.; Schmidt R.E.; Hartlapp J.H.; Illiger H.J.; Frommhold H.; Boldt I., 1982: Whole body irradiation in malignant lymphomas of low malignancy

Nakamura T.; Toyofuku F.; Kanda S., 1985: Whole body irradiation inhibits the escape phenomenon of osteoclasts in bones of calcitonin treated rats

Slatkin D.N.; Stoner R.D.; Gremme A.M.; Fairchild R.G.; Laissue J.A., 1983: Whole body irradiation of deuterated mice by the boron 10 n alpha lithium 7 reaction

Motil K.J.; Matthews D.E.; Bier D.M.; Burke J.F.; Munro H.N.; Young V.R., 1981: Whole body leucine and lysine metabolism response to dietary protein intake in young men

Motil K.J.; Bier D.M.; Matthews D.E.; Burke J.F.; Young V.R., 1981: Whole body leucine and lysine metabolism studied with carbon 13 labeled and alpha nitrogen 15 labeled lysine response in healthy young men given excess energy intake

Laurent B.C.; Moldawer L.L.; Young V.R.; Bistrian B.R.; Blackburn G.L., 1984: Whole body leucine and muscle protein kinetics in rats fed varying protein intakes

Motil K.J.; Grand R.J.; Matthews D.E.; Bier D.M.; Maletskos C.J.; Young V.R., 1982: Whole body leucine metabolism in adolescents with crohns disease and growth failure during nutritional supplementation

Shanbhogue R.L.K.; Bistrian B.R.; Lakshman K.; Crosby L.; Swenson S.; Wagner D.; Jenkins R.L.; Blackburn G.L., 1987: Whole body leucine phenylalanine and tyrosine kinetics in end stage liver disease before and after hepatic transplantation

Fand I.; Mcnally W.P., 1981: Whole body localization of carbon 14 labeled tocopheryl acetate in the rat following oral administration

Conway J.M.; Bier D.M.; Motil K.J.; Burke J.F.; Young V.R., 1980: Whole body lysine flux in adult men effects of reduced total protein and lysine intake

Baird G.D.; Bergman E.N.; Van Der Walt J.G., 1983: Whole body metabolism of glucose and lactate in productive sheep and cows

Henriksen J.H., 1985: Whole body microvascular permeability of small molecules in man clinical aspects basic concepts and limitations of the single injection technique

Hawkins, T.; Marks, J. M.; Plummer, V. M.; Greaves, M. W., 1976: Whole body monitoring and other studies of zinc 65 metabolism in patients with dermatological diseases

Desai S.P.; Bistrian B.R.; Moldawer L.L.; Blackburn G.L., 1985: Whole body nitrogen and tyrosine metabolism in surgical patients receiving branched chain amino acid solutions

Yudkoff M.; Nissim I.; Glassman M.; Segal S., 1984: Whole body nitrogen kinetics in man determination from plasma guanidino nitrogen 15 labeled arginine

Jones P.J.H.; Pencharz B.B.; Clandinin M.T., 1985: Whole body oxidation of dietary fatty acids implications for energy utilization

Hickey R.F.; Hoar P.F., 1983: Whole body oxygen consumption during low flow hypo thermic cardio pulmonary bypass

Mikat M.; Peters J.; Zindler M.; Arndt J.O., 1984: Whole body oxygen consumption in awake sleeping and anesthetized dogs

Turner E.; Braun U.; Leitz K.H.; Hilfiker O., 1982: Whole body oxygen uptake in coronary artery bypass surgery

Faithfull N.S.; Klein J.; Van Der Zee H.T.; Salt P.J., 1984: Whole body oxygenation using intraperitoneal perfusion of fluorocarbons

Travis E.L.; Brightwell D.; Aiken M.; Boyd M.R., 1982: Whole body plethysmography as a noninvasive assay of toxic lung injury in mice studies with the pulmonary alkylating agent and cyto toxin 4 ipomeanol

Haneda K.; Thomas R.; Sands M.P.; Breazeale D.G.; Dillard D.H., 1986: Whole body protection during three hours of total circulatory arrest an experimental study

Lowry S.F.; Horowitz G.D.; Jeevanadam M.; Legaspi A.; Brennan M.F., 1985: Whole body protein breakdown and 3 methylhistidine excretion during brief fasting starvation and intravenous repletion in man

Shaw J.H.F.; Wolfe R.R., 1988: Whole body protein kinetics in patients with early and advanced gastrointestinal cancer the response to glucose infusion and total parenteral nutrition

Shaw J.H.F.; Wildbore M.; Wolfe R.R., 1987: Whole body protein kinetics in severely septic patients the response to glucose infusion and total parenteral nutrition

Birkhahn R.H.; Long C.L.; Fitkin D.; Jeevanandam M.; Blakemore W.S., 1981: Whole body protein metabolism due to trauma in man as estimated by nitrogen 15 labeled alanine

Glynn M.J.; Metzner S.; Halliday D.; Powell Tuck J., 1987: Whole body protein metabolism in parenterally fed patients glucose versus fat as the predominant energy source

Muramatsu T.; Nagai N.; Kino K.; Okumura J.; Tasaki I., 1985: Whole body protein synthesis and amino acid metabolism in genetically obese and proteinuric mice

Kien, C. L.; Young, V. R.; Rohrbaugh, D. K.; Burke, J. F., 1978: Whole body protein synthesis and breakdown rates in children before and after reconstructive surgery of the skin

Norton J.A.; Stein T.P.; Brennan M.F., 1981: Whole body protein synthesis and turnover in normal man and mal nourished patients with and without known cancer

Kien, C. L.; Rohrbaugh, D. K.; Burke, J. F.; Young, V. R., 1978: Whole body protein synthesis in relation to basal energy expenditure in healthy children and in children recovering from burn injury

Glass R.E.; Fern E.B.; Garlick P.J., 1983: Whole body protein turnover before and after resection of colo rectal tumors

Berkelhammer C.H.; Baker J.P.; Leiter L.A.; Uldall P.R.; Whittall R.; Slater A.; Wolman S.L., 1987: Whole body protein turnover in adult hemodialysis patients as measured by carbon 13 leucine

Muramatsu T.; Okumura J I., 1985: Whole body protein turnover in chicks at early stages of growth

Kino K.; Okumura J I., 1987: Whole body protein turnover in chicks fed control histidine or methionine plus cystine free diets

Jackson A.A.; Persaud C.; Badaloo V.; De Benoist B., 1987: Whole body protein turnover in man determined in three hours with oral or intravenous nitrogen 15 glycine and enrichment in urinary ammonia

Stein T.P.; Ang S.D.; Schluter M.D.; Leskiw M.J.; Nusbaum M., 1983: Whole body protein turnover in metabolically stressed patients and patients with cancer as measured with nitrogen 15 labeled glycine

Winterer J.; Bistrian B.R.; Bilmazes C.; Blackburn G.L.; Young V.R., 1980: Whole body protein turnover studied with nitrogen 15 labeled glycine and muscle protein breakdown in mildly obese subjects during a protein sparing diet and a brief total fast

Samar R.E.; Coleman T.G., 1979: Whole body response of the peripheral circulation following hemorrhage in the rat

Rosina J.; Tichy P.; Cikrt M., 1986: Whole body retention and distribution of ruthenium 103 in mice and rats

Rostina J.; Tichy P.; Cikrt M., 1985: Whole body retention and distribution of silver 110m in mice and rats

Inaba J.; Nishimura Y.; Kimur K I.; Ichikawa R., 1982: Whole body retention and tissue distribution of cobalt 60 in rats after oral administration of fresh water fish contaminated with cobalt 60

Charbonneau S.M.; Hollins J.G.; Tam G.K.H.; Bryce F.; Ridgeway J.M.; Willes R.F., 1980: Whole body retention excretion and metabolism of arsenic 74 labeled arsenic acid in the hamster

Nishimura, Y.; Inaba, J.; Ichikawa, R., 1976: Whole body retention of cobalt 60 cobalt ii chloride and cobalt 58 cyano cobalamin in young and adult rats

Inaba J.; Nishimura Y.; Ichikawa R., 1979: Whole body retention of cobalt 60 incorporated into a seaweed in rats

Steven M.M.; Sturrock R.D.; Fogelman I.; Smith M.L., 1982: Whole body retention of di phosphonate in rheumatoid arthritis

Chmielnicka, J.; Hajdukiewicz, Z.; Komsta-Szumska, E.; Lukaszek, S., 1978: Whole body retention of mercury and selenium and histo pathological and morphological studies of kidneys and liver of rats exposed repeatedly to mercuric chloride and sodium selenite

Susskind, H.; Atkins, H. L.; Cohn, S. H.; Ellis, K. J.; Richards, P., 1977: Whole body retention of radio xenon

Thomsen K.; Johansen J.; Nilas L.; Cristiansen C., 1987: Whole body retention of technetium 99m diphosphonate relation to biochemical indices of bone turnover and to total body calcium

Zorn Bopp E.; Buell U.; Muenzing W.; Lang P.; Moser E.A., 1983: Whole body retention of technetium 99m labeled methylene di phosphate in various skeletal diseases

Matsusaka, N., 1978: Whole body retention of zinc 65 during pregnancy and lactation and its secretion into milk in mice

Andrews, J. T.; Sullivan, J. R.; Guignard, P. A.; Hurley, T. H., 1976: Whole body scanning with gallium 67 in the investigation of patients with lymphomas and suspected lymphomas

Rotstein H.; Chmiel R.L., 1980: Whole body scanning with gallium 67 labeled citrate in the investigation of patients with mycosis fungoides

Jaszczak R.J.; Chang L T.; Moore F.E.; Stein N.A., 1979: Whole body single photon emission computed tomography using dual large field of view scintillation cameras

Hong, D. H.; Lee, S. W.; Ra, J. W.; Cho, Z. H., 1987: Whole body slotted tube resonator str for proton nmr imaging at 2.0 tesla

Adair T.H.; Guyton A.C.; Montani J P.; Lindsay H.L.; Stanek K.A., 1987: Whole body structural vascular adaptation to prolonged hypoxia in chick embryos

Lo T.C.M.; Salzman F.A.; Moschella S.L.; Tolman E.L.; Wright K.A., 1979: Whole body surface electron irradiation in the treatment of mycosis fungoides

Piga A.; Cellerino R.; Miseria S.; Ferretti B.; Nonni M.; Cinti P., 1985: Whole body technetium 99m diphosphonate retention in the diagnosis of bone metastases

Haneda K.; Thomas R.; Breazeale D.G.; Sands M.P.; Hessell E.A.II.; Dillard D.H., 1982: Whole body temperature gradients under surface perfusion and combined surface perfusion hypo thermia

Dette G.A.; Knothe H.; Kellner H M., 1987: Whole body tissue distribution of carbon 14 erythromycin in the guinea pig an autoradiographic study

Tanaka Y., 1979: Whole body trans vascular filtration coefficient and interstitial space capacitance

Eden E.; Ekman L.; Bennegard K.; Lindmark L.; Lundholm K., 1984: Whole body tyrosine flux in relation to energy expenditure in weight losing cancer patients

Berecek, K. H.; Bohr, D. F., 1978: Whole body vascular reactivity during the development of deoxy cortico sterone acetate hypertension in the pig

Trippodo N.C.; Yamamoto J.; Frolich E.D., 1981: Whole body venous capacity and effective total tissue compliance in spontaneously hypertensive rats

Dupuis H.; Zerlett G., 1987: Whole body vibration and disorders of the spine

Moseley M.J.; Griffin M.J., 1987: Whole body vibration and visual performance an examination of spatial filtering and time dependency

Kjellberg A.; Wikstrom B O.; Dimberg U., 1985: Whole body vibration exposure time and acute effects experimental assessment of discomfort

Parsons K.C.; Griffin M.J., 1988: Whole body vibration perception thresholds

Hasan S.S.; Chaturvedi P.K., 1988: Whole body x irradiation and impact of dietary factors on brain and testes of albino rats

Sharipov, F. Kh ; Dzhuraev, S. D., 1975: Whole body x irradiation effects on the mitotic activity in the uriniferous and collecting tubules of shielded rat kidney during relative adaptation to high mountain conditions

Shima A.; Sugahara T.; Egami N., 1985: Whole body x irradiation of mice accelerates polyploidization of hepatocytes

Coleman M.; Saletan S.; Wolf D.; Nisce L.; Wasser J.; Mcintyre O.R.; Tulloh M., 1982: Whole bone marrow irradiation for the treatment of multiple myeloma

Tenenbein M.; Cohen S.; Sitar D.S., 1987: Whole bowel irrigation as a decontamination procedure after acute drug overdose

Tenenbein M., 1985: Whole bowel irrigation for toxic ingestions

Hardy J.G.; Wood E.; Clark A.G.; Reynolds J.R., 1986: Whole bowel transit in patients with the irritable bowel syndrome

Wade P.D.; Timiras P.S., 1980: Whole brain and regional iodine 125 labeled alpha bungaro toxin binding in developing rat

Chatani M.; Teshima T.; Hata K.; Inoue T.; Suzuki T., 1985: Whole brain irradiation for metastases from lung carcinoma a clinical investigation

Jackson, N.; Guliver, P. A.; Dean, H. G., 1981: Whole brain tyrosine hydroxylase ec 1.14.16.2 activity during the development of deoxy cortico sterone acetate sodium chloride induced hypertension in rats

Kopans D.B.; Meyer J.E.; Lindfors K.K., 1985: Whole breast ultrasound imaging four year follow up

Kimura S.; Koga T.; Hamada S., 1984: Whole cell agglutination and dextran binding in oral actinomyces spp

Ward, M. A., 1970: Whole cell and cell free hydrogenases of algae

Weaver, T. L.; Patrick, M. A.; Dugan, P. R., 1975: Whole cell and membrane lipids of the methylotrophic bacterium methylosinus trichosporium

Eil C.; Gamblin G.T.; Hodge J.W.; Clark R.V.; Sherins R.J., 1985: Whole cell and nuclear androgen uptake in skin fibroblasts from infertile men

Yatani A.; Seidel C.L.; Allen J.; Brown A.M., 1987: Whole cell and single channel calcium currents of isolated smooth muscle cells from saphenous vein

Yoshino, M.; Someya, T.; Nishio, A.; Yabu, H., 1988: Whole cell and unitary calcium channel currents in mammalian intestinal smooth muscle cells evidence for the existence of two types of calcium channels

Singleton R.Jr; Denis J.; Campbell L.L., 1985: Whole cell antigens of members of the sulfate reducing genus desulfovibrio

Giunta S.; Turchetti G.; Galeazzi L.; Grilli G.; Groppa G.; Rocchetti R., 1987: Whole cell bacterial peroxidase test with isoproterenol as the hydrogen donor

Pometto A.L.IIi; Crawford D.L., 1983: Whole cell bio conversion of vanillin to vanillic acid by streptomyces viridosporus

Peterson J.B.; Larue T.A., 1988: Whole cell fluorescence for observing reductive metabolism from carbon compounds and hydrogen in azotobacter vinelandii

Webster I.A.; Shuler M.L.; Rony P.R., 1979: Whole cell hollow fiber reactor effectiveness factors

Kho Y H.; Kim T H.; Shin M K.; Jun M., 1988: Whole cell immobilization of arthrobacter sp for glucose isomerization

Takata K.; Hirano H., 1984: Whole cell mount cytochemistry by the colloidal gold labeling method combined transmission and scanning electron microscopic study of concanavalin a binding sites in mouse macrophages

Nishio A.; Yoshino M., 1987: Whole cell patch clamp study of the membrane ionic currents in smooth muscle cells isolated from guinea pig teniae coli

Post E.; Kleiner D.; Oelze J., 1983: Whole cell respiration and nitrogenase activities in azotobacter vinelandii growing in oxygen controlled continuous culture

Sher E.; Eisman J.A.; Moseley J.M.; Martin T.J., 1981: Whole cell uptake and nuclear localization of 1 25 di hydroxy cholecalciferol by breast cancer cells t 47d in culture

Ohya Y.; Sperelakis N., 1988: Whole cell voltage clamp and intracellular perfusion technique on single smooth muscle cells

Cobbett P.; Mason W.T., 1987: Whole cell voltage clamp recordings from cultured neurons of the supraoptic area of neonatal rat hypothalamus

Huguenard J.R.; Alger B.E., 1986: Whole cell voltage clamp study of the fading of gamma aminobutyric acid activated currents in acutely dissociated hippocampal neurons

Roberts M.C.; Mcmillan C.; Coyle M.B., 1987: Whole chromosomal dna probes for rapid identification of mycobacterium tuberculosis and mycobacterium avium complex

Heinemann W.W., 1986: Whole crop barley corn and triticale silage in steer growing and finishing diets

Drayer J.I.M.; Weber M.A.; Hoeger W.J., 1985: Whole day blood pressure monitoring in ambulatory normotensive men

Lanning J.C., 1987: Whole embryo morphometry in teratogen screening

Conway K.M.; Hunt R.K., 1987: Whole eyes reconstituted from embryonic half anlagen alterations in donor derived territories in xenopus pigment chimerase

Kinmonth A L.; Angus R.M.; Jenkins P.A.; Smith M.A.; Baum J.D., 1982: Whole foods and increased dietary fiber improve blood glucose control in diabetic children

Miller A.N.; Krizek B.A.; Walsh C.S., 1988: Whole fruit ethylene evolution and acc content of peach pericarp and seeds during development

Bustany Z.A.; Elwinger K., 1988: Whole grains unprocessed rapeseed and beta glucanase in diets for laying hens

Bakran, A.; Bradley, J. A.; Bresnihan, E.; Lintott, D.; Simpkins, K. C.; Goligher, J. C.; Hill, G. L., 1977: Whole gut irrigation an inadequate preparation for double contrast barium enema examination

Skucas, J.; Cutcliff, W.; Fischer, H. W., 1976: Whole gut irrigation as a means of cleaning the colon

Hartzenberg H.B.; Mcquaide J.R., 1982: Whole gut irrigation as a preparation for colo rectal surgery

Wiig J.N.; Erichsen H.G., 1983: Whole gut irrigation as preparation for colonic surgery

Schiessel, R.; Starlinger, M.; Rotter, M.; Funovics, J.; Dinstl, K., 1978: Whole gut irrigation for large bowel preparation

Lee J.M.H.; Tam P.K.H.; Saing H., 1986: Whole gut irrigation in infants and young children

Christensen, P. B.; Kronborg, O., 1981: Whole gut irrigation vs. enema in elective colo rectal surgery a prospective randomized study

Hecketsweiler, P.; Colin, R.; Ouvry, D.; Galmiche, J. P.; Paillot, B.; Geffroy, Y., 1978: Whole gut irrigation with isotonic mannitol solution in the treatment of gastro intestinal bleeding due to cirrhosis a controlled study

Bockel R.; Doffoel M., 1981: Whole gut irrigation with mannitol in cirrhotic patients with gastro intestinal bleeding changes in blood ammonia and amino acids levels

Ornskov F.; Nielsen C.B.F.; Nielsen M.L.; Christophersen S.J., 1988: Whole gut irrigation with oral mannitol for intestinal emptying in children with chronic constipation

Fuchs J.; Nordsten M.; Lawaetz O.; Rubinstein E.; Brynitz S., 1987: Whole gut lavage for colonoscopy a comparison between preparation at home or at the hospital

Zanoni C.E.; Bergamini C.; Bertonicini M.; Bertoncini L.; Garbini A., 1982: Whole gut lavage for surgery a case of intra operative colonic explosion after administration of mannitol

Ueno F.; Arakawa S.; Iwamura K.; Takahashi H.; Katoh M., 1987: Whole gut lavage with balanced electrolyte solution in preparation for colonoscopy

Molla A.; Molla A.M.; Sarker S.A.; Khatun M., 1983: Whole gut transit time and its relationship to absorption of macro nutrients during diarrhea and after recovery

Goransson A.; Isaksson B.; Sjoquist M., 1986: Whole kidney response to reduced arterial pressure during converting enzyme inhibition in the rat

Stockner J.G.; Shortreed K.S., 1985: Whole lake fertilization experiments in coastal british columbia lakes canada empirical relationships between nutrient inputs and phytoplankton biomass and production

Hesslein R.H., 1987: Whole lake metal radiotracer movement in fertilized lake basins

Hesslein R.H., 1980: Whole lake model for the distribution of sediment derived chemical species

Hesslein R.H.; Broecker W.S.; Quay P.D.; Schindler D.W., 1980: Whole lake radio carbon experiment in an oligotrophic lake at the experimental lakes area northwestern ontario canada

Effler S.W.; Litten S.; Field S.D.; Tong Ngork T.; Hale F.; Meyer M.; Quirk M., 1980: Whole lake responses to low level copper sulfate treatment

Estrella C.; Jean Marc D.; Paul G., 1982: Whole leaf fluorescence as a quantitative probe of de toxification of the herbicide chlortoluron in wheat

Ishida, I.; Fukuma, S.; Sawada, K.; Seki, Y.; Tanaka, F.; Tanaka, K., 1980: Whole lung computed tomography for detection of pulmonary metastasis of osteo sarcoma confirmed at thoracotomy

Jansen H.M.; Zuurmond W.W.A.; Roos C.M.; Schreuder J.J.; Bakker D.J., 1987: Whole lung lavage under hyperbaric oxygen conditions for alveolar proteinosis with respiratory failure

Simmonds, P. G., 1970: Whole microorganisms studied by pyrolysis gas chromatography mass spectrometry significance for extraterrestrial life detection experiments

Shin S.; Kaproth M.; Lein D.; Arlitsch H.; Howe B., 1985: Whole milk extender with antibiotics to eliminate campylobacter fetus from frozen bovine semen

Barbano D.M.; Bynum D.G., 1984: Whole milk reverse osmosis retentates for cheddar cheese manufacture cheese composition and yield

Bynum D.G.; Barbano D.M., 1985: Whole milk reverse osmosis retentates for cheddar cheese manufacture chemical changes during aging

Sugimura Y.; Cunha G.R.; Donjacour A.A.; Bigsby R.M.; Brody J.R., 1986: Whole mount autoradiography study of dna synthetic activity during postnatal development and androgen induced regeneration in the mouse prostate

Alanen, M., 1986: Whole mount electron microscopic maps of drosophila melanogaster polytene chromosomes i. the salivary gland x chromosome

Sorsa, V.; Virrankoski-Castrodeza, V., 1976: Whole mount electron microscopy of alkali urea treated polytene chromosomes spread by centrifugation

Alanen M.; Saura A.O., 1986: Whole mount electron microscopy of drosophila melanogaster salivary gland chromosome 2l divisions 21 24

Comings, D. E.; Okada, T. A., 1970: Whole mount electron microscopy of meiotic chromosomes and the synaptonemal complex

Burkholder, G. D., 1976: Whole mount electron microscopy of polytene chromosomes from drosophila melanogaster

Burkholder, G. D., 1977: Whole mount electron microscopy of the nucleolus in salivary gland cells of drosophila melanogaster

Vinall P.E.; Simeone F.A., 1987: Whole mounted pressurized in vitro model for the study of cerebral arterial mechanics

Prendergast, F. J.; Mcgeachie, J. K.; Edis, R. H.; Allbrook, D., 1977: Whole muscle re implantation with micro neuro vascular anastomoses a functional and histological study

Friedman S.J.; Schroeter A.L.; Homburger H.A., 1984: Whole organisms and purified cell walls compared as immuno sorbents for the detection of immuno globulin e antibodies to staphylococcus aureus

Onsrud M., 1982: Whole pelvic irradiation in stage i endometrial carcinoma changes in numbers and reactivities of some blood lymphocyte sub populations

Schlegel H.; Godbold D.L.; Huttermann A., 1987: Whole plant aspects of heavy metal induced changes in carbon dioxide uptake and water relations of spruce picea abies seedlings

Dutton R.G.; Jiao J.; Tsujita M.J.; Grodzinski B., 1988: Whole plant carbon dioxide exchange measurements for nondestructive estimation of growth

Major D.J.; Schaalje G.B., 1985: Whole plant dry down patterns of short season maize zea mays hybrids

Schake L.M.; Ruff J.H.; Buice C.W., 1981: Whole plant grain sorghum for growing and finishing beef cattle

Conti L.; Marchetti M.; Usai M.; Botteghi C., 1988: Whole plant oils from two euphorbia species growing in sardinia italy

Buchanan, R. A.; Otey, F. H.; Russell, C. R.; Cull, I. M., 1978: Whole plant oils potential new industrial raw materials

Schaffer B.; Barden J.A.; Williams J.M., 1986: Whole plant photosynthesis and dry matter partitioning in fruiting and deblossomed day neutral strawberry fragaria ananassa cultivar tribute plants

Biswas A.K.; Mandal S.K., 1987: Whole plant senescence in pennisetum typhoides implication of source sink relationship

Gordon, J. C.; Wheeler, C. T., 1978: Whole plant studies on photosynthesis and acetylene reduction in alnus glutinosa

Mcnaughton, G. S.; Presland, M. R., 1983: Whole plant studies using radioactive nitrogen 13 1. techniques for measuring the uptake and transport of nitrate and ammonium in hydroponically grown zea mays

Presland, M. R.; Mcnaughton, G. S., 1984: Whole plant studies using radioactive nitrogen 13 2. a compartmental model for the uptake and transport of nitrate ions by zea mays

Mcnaughton, G. S.; Presland, M. R., 1985: Whole plant studies using radioactive nitrogen 13 3. the relationship between nitrate and ammonium ion uptake and water flux for zea mays

Presland, M. R.; Mcnaughton, G. S., 1986: Whole plant studies using radioactive nitrogen 13 iv. a compartmental model for the uptake and transport of ammonium ions by zea mays

Barriere Y.; Gallais A.; Derieux M.; Panouille A., 1987: Whole plant value at harvest for silage of grain maize cultivars bred between 1950 and 1980

Roth W.B.; Cull I.M.; Buchanan R.A.; Bagby M.O., 1982: Whole plants as renewable energy resources checklist of 508 species analyzed for hydro carbon oil poly phenol and protein

Necasek J.; Dusbabkova J.; Pekarkova Tronickova E., 1988: Whole plants regeneration from crown galls of lycopersicon esculentum

Cheng H.; Bjerknes M., 1985: Whole population cell kinetics and postnatal development of the mouse intestinal epithelium

Cheng H.; Bjerknes M., 1982: Whole population cell kinetics of mouse duodenal jejunal ileal and colonic epithelia as determined by radioautography and flow cytometry

Bash K.W., 1984: Whole properties as determinants of determinants

Gregg E.O.; Bridges S.H.; Youle R.J.; Longo D.L.; Houston L.L.; Glennie M.J.; Stevenson F.K.; Green I., 1987: Whole ricin and recombinant ricin a chain idiotype specific immunotoxins for therapy of the guinea pig l 2c b cell leukemia

Izutsu K.T.; Truelove E.L.; Bleyer W.A.; Anderson W.M.; Schubert M.M.; Rice J.C., 1981: Whole saliva albumin as an indicator of stomatitis in cancer therapy patients

Bruun C.; Givskov H.; Thylstrup A., 1984: Whole saliva fluoride after toothbrushing with sodium fluoride and mono fluoro phosphate dentifrices with different fluoride concentrations

Ben Aryeh H.; Miron D.; Szargel R.; Gutman D., 1984: Whole saliva secretion rates in old and young healthy subjects

Ostergaard, P. A.; Blom, M., 1977: Whole salivary immuno globulin levels in 60 healthy children determined by a sensitive electro immuno technique after prior carbamylation

Silveira N.V.V.; Zamboni C.D.Q.; Jakabi M.; Anraku T.Y., 1986: Whole salted and pressed sardines hygienic sanitary conditions preservation and nutritional value

Tennant G.B., 1979: Whole serum assay of l methionine using a chloramphenicol resistant strain of pediococcus acidilactici

Mueller, R. G.; Lux, H. J.; Herbst, M., 1984: Whole skin electron therapy a therapy concept for mycosis fungoides and sezary syndrome 1. irradiation technique and dosimetry

Fraass B.A.; Roberson P.L.; Glatstein E., 1983: Whole skin electron treatment patient skin dose distribution

Zamora R.G.; Veum T.L., 1979: Whole soybeans fermented with aspergillus oryzae and rhizopus oligosporus for growing pigs

Waldroup P.W., 1982: Whole soybeans for poultry feeds

Ward F.W.; Shih Hoellwarth A.; Pearlman H.G.; Kepka A.G., 1982: Whole thorax radiation lethality in penicillamine treated mice

Mcminn J.W., 1985: Whole tree harvesting affects pine regeneration and hardwood competition

Cowan P.J.; Michie W., 1979: Whole wheat feeding systems for the turkey including free choice

Reynolds, J. A.; Mcmanus, W. R.; Roberts, E. M., 1976: Whole wheat grain feeding of merino ewes part 1 influence of level of wheat and vitamin a on water consumption mortality and ewe live weight

Mcmanus, W. R.; Reynolds, J. A.; Roberts, E. M., 1976: Whole wheat grain feeding of merino ewes part 2 influence of wheat and vitamin a on reproductive performance

Mcmanus, W. R.; Reynolds, J. A., 1976: Whole wheat grain feeding of merino ewes part 3 influence of level of wheat and vitamin a on wool growth in pregnancy and lactation

Reynolds, J. A.; Mcmanus, W. R.; Robertson, J. A., 1976: Whole wheat grain feeding of merino ewes part 4 changes in hepatic vitamin a concentration

Saville, D. G.; Nicholls, P. J.; Mcmanus, W. R., 1976: Whole wheat grain feeding of pregnant and lactating ewes and their lambs part 2 lamb productivity from whole wheat diets with varying levels of sodium chloride and elemental sulfur supplements

Mccaughey M.W.; Juola J.F.; Schadler M.; Ward N.J., 1980: Whole word units are used before orthographic knowledge in perceptual development

Flanagan T., 1984: Wholemount histofluorescence of catecholamine containing neurons in a hemipteran brain

Ceponis M.J.; Cappellini R.A., 1985: Wholesale and retail losses in grapefruit marketed in metropolitan new york usa

Ceponis M.J.; Cappellini R.A., 1985: Wholesale retail and consumer level losses of nectarines prunus persica cultivar nectarina in metropolitan new york usa

Takyi E.E.K.; Amuh I.K.A., 1979: Wholesomeness of irradiated cocoa beans the effect of gamma irradiation on the chemical constituents of cocoa beans

Skala J.H.; Mcgown E.L.; Waring P.P., 1987: Wholesomeness of irradiated foods

Tencheva S.; Katsareva Ts, 1987: Wholesomeness of poultry meat irradiated with gamma rays

Al Hakkak Z.S.; Ali S.R.; Ahmed M.S.H.; Al Maliky S.K., 1984: Wholesomeness studies with a full diet of irradiated dates on the insect ephestia cautella

Robinson D.A.; Mandal B.K.; Ironside A.G.; Dunbar E.M., 1981: Whooping cough a study of severity in hospital cases

Malleson, P. N.; Bennett, J. C., 1977: Whooping cough admissions to a pediatric hospital over 10 years the protective value of immunization

Nicoll, A.; Gardner, A., 1988: Whooping cough and unrecognized postperinatal mortality

Trollfors B.; Rabo E., 1981: Whooping cough in adults

Stewart G.T., 1981: Whooping cough in relation to other childhood infections in 1977 1979 in the uk

Ehrengut, W., 1978: Whooping cough vaccination comment on report from joint committee on vaccination and immunization

Harding C.M., 1985: Whooping cough vaccination the case presented by the british national press

Lucy J.A.; Shweder R.A., 1979: Whorf and his critics linguistic and nonlinguistic influences on color memory

Witkowski S.R.; Brown C.H., 1982: Whorf and universals of color nomenclature

Heath D.J., 1985: Whorl overlap and the economical construction of the gastropod shell

Thielke C., 1984: Whorled clamps in homothallic and heterothallic coprinus species

Janoria, M. P.; Verma, S. N. P., 1978: Whorled phyllo taxis in niger

Eaker E.Y.; Bixler G.B.; Mathias J.R., 1988: Whr 1049 a potent metabolite of lidamidine has antidiarrheal and antimotility effects on the small intestine in rats

Krueger L.E.; Hallford E.W., 1984: Why 2 plus 2 equals 5 looks so wrong the odd even rule in sum verification

Krueger L.E., 1986: Why 2 x 2 equals 5 looks so wrong on the odd even rule in product verification

Ringo, J. M., 1977: Why 300 species of hawaiian usa drosophila the sexual selection hypothesis

Ito Y.; Nagamine M., 1981: Why a cicada mogannia minuta became a pest of sugarcane an hypothesis based on the theory of escape

Luetgens M.; Gottschalk G., 1980: Why a co substrate is required for anaerobic growth of escherichia coli on citrate

Larkin J.H.; Simon H.A., 1987: Why a diagram is sometimes worth ten thousand words

Laasonen, E. M.; Wilppula, E., 1976: Why a meniscectomy fails

Le Moli F.; Mori A., 1987: Why a slave ant species accepts and cares for cocoons of its slave maker

Brocklehurst, J. C.; Andrews, K.; Morris, P.; Richards, B. R.; Laycock, P. L., 1978: Why admit stroke patients to hospital

Klerman L.V.; Weitzman M.; Alpert J.J.; Lamb G.A.; Kayne H.; Gerominini K.R.; Rose L.; Cohen L., 1987: Why adolescents do not attend school the views of students and parents

Carlsen N.L.T., 1988: Why age has independent prognostic significance in neuroblastomas evidence for intra uterine development and implications for the treatment of the disease

Kurtz E., 1982: Why alcoholics anonymous works the intellectual significance of alcoholics anonymous

Van Valen L.M., 1985: Why and how do mammals evolve unusually rapidly

Voordouw G.; Van Der Vies S.M.; Themmen A.P.N., 1983: Why are 2 different types of pyridine nucleotide transhydrogenase found in living organisms?

Ellner S.; Shmida A., 1981: Why are adaptations for long range seed dispersal rare in desert plants?

Singh S.; Mulley G.P.; Losowsky M.S., 1988: Why are alzheimer patients thin?

Johnson M.E., 1988: Why are ancient rocky shores so uncommon

Wolff J.O.; Guthrie R.D., 1985: Why are aquatic small mammals so large

Krieg, A. F.; Gambino, R.; Galen, R. S., 1975: Why are clinical laboratory tests performed when are they valid

Lubbock R., 1980: Why are clownfishes amphiprion clarkii not stung by sea anemones stichodactyla haddoni?

Luisi P.L., 1979: Why are enzymes macro molecules

Kelly A.M.; Rubinstein N.A., 1980: Why are fetal muscles slow

Ginzburg L.R., 1979: Why are hetero zygotes often superior in fitness

Matsuyama T.; Matsumoto M.; Fujisawa A.; Handa N.; Tanaka K.; Yoneda S.; Kimura K.; Abe H., 1983: Why are infant gerbils meriones unguiculatus more resistant than adults to cerebral infarction after carotid ligation

Hallock P., 1985: Why are larger foraminifera large?

Nicoletti R.; Umilta C., 1988: Why are left right spatial codes easier to form than above below ones?

Fryxell J.M.; Greever J.; Sinclair A.R.E., 1988: Why are migratory ungulates so abundant

Davis M.A., 1980: Why are most insects short fliers

Jaksic F.M.; Fuentes E.R., 1980: Why are native herbs in the chilean matorral more abundant beneath bushes micro climate or grazing

North, A. F-Jr ; Macdonald, H. M., 1977: Why are neo natal mortality rates lower in small black infants than in white infants in similar birth weight

Leonard M.L.; Picman J., 1986: Why are nesting marsh wrens cistothorus palustris and yellow headed blackbirds xanthocephalus xanthocephalus spatially segregated?

Perrin N., 1988: Why are offspring born larger when it is colder phenotypic plasticity for offspring size in the cladoceran simocephalus vetulus mueller

Langley G.R.; Sutherland H.J.; Wong S.; Minkin S.; Llewellyn Thomas H.A.; Till J.E., 1987: Why are or are not patients given the option to enter clinical trials

Bjorn, L. O., 1976: Why are plants green relationships between pigment absorption and photosynthetic efficiency

Schmitz U.K.; Kowallik K.V., 1987: Why are plastids maternally inherited in epilobium? ultrastructural observations during microgametogenesis

Bergman U.; Dahlstrom M.; Gunnarsson C.; Westerholm B., 1979: Why are psychotropic drugs prescribed to out patients a methodological study

Johnson C.D.; Janzen D.H., 1982: Why are seeds of the central american guanacaste tree enterolobium cyclocarpum not attacked by bruchids except in panama

Turner J.S.; Schroter R.C., 1985: Why are small homeotherms born naked insulation and the critical radius concept

Slagsvold T.; Lifjeld J.T., 1988: Why are some birds polyterritorial?

Goodhart C.B., 1987: Why are some snails visibly polymorphic and others not

Alberman E., 1985: Why are stillbirth and neonatal mortality rates continuing to fall

Barber C., 1980: Why are the killed salmonella typhi vaccines ineffective

Carter G., 1984: Why are the mentally handicapped admitted to the hospital a 10 year survey

Lundberg A., 1980: Why are the ural owl strix uralensis and the tawny owl strix aluco parapatric in scandinavia

Bergman G., 1982: Why are the wings of larus fuscus fuscus so dark?

Ferreira R.; Jacchieri S.G., 1984: Why are there 2 kinds of chain in tetrameric hemo globins

Brueckner, D., 1978: Why are there inbreeding effects in haplo di ploid systems

Dumont H.J., 1987: Why are there no aquatic turtles in the relict waters of the sahara

Blackburn D.G.; Evans H.E., 1986: Why are there no viviparous birds

Kerner, E. H., 1974: Why are there so many species

Andersson M., 1980: Why are there so many threat displays

Parker G.A., 1982: Why are there so many tiny sperm? sperm competition and the maintenance of 2 sexes

Majerus, P. W., 1976: Why aspirin

Howell, D. J.; Pylka, J., 1977: Why bats hang upside down a bio mechanical hypothesis

Taylor, C. R., 1977: Why big animals some consequences of scaling the energetics of loco motion to animal size

Finch V.A.; Dmi'el R.; Boxman R.; Shkolnik A.; Taylor C.R., 1980: Why black goats in hot deserts effects of coat color on heat exchanges of wild and domestic goats

Flynn C.T., 1983: Why blind diabetics with renal failure should be offered treatment

Stevens E.D.; Mcleese J.M., 1984: Why bluefin tuna thunnus thynnus have warm tummies temperature effect on trypsin and chymotrypsin

Fairbairn, D. J., 1977: Why breed early a study of reproductive tactics in peromyscus

Hellman R.; Zwicker E., 1987: Why can a decrease in db a produce an increase in loudness?

Andrew, J. M., 1978: Why can't delinquents read

Pienkowski M.W.; Greenwood J.J.D., 1979: Why change mates?

Trivedi A.; Dudani A.K.; Prasad R., 1983: Why choline supplementation did not enhance phosphatidylcholine level in candida albicans

Arnold E.N., 1986: Why copulatory organs provide so many useful taxonomic characters the origin and maintenance of hemipenial differences in lacertid lizards reptilia lacertidae

Geist, V.; Bromley, P. T., 1978: Why deer shed antlers

Lejeune P.O.; Delooz H.H., 1987: Why did persons invited to train in cardiopulmonary resuscitation not do so?

Sunderland R.; Gardner A.; Gordon R.R., 1986: Why did postperinatal mortality rates fall in the 1970s?

Szalay, F. S.; Seligsohn, D., 1977: Why did the strepsirhine tooth comb evolve

Maiorana V.C., 1979: Why do adult insects not molt

Kikuzawa K., 1980: Why do alder leaves fall in summer

Blasko G.; Hussain S.F.; Shamma M., 1982: Why do all spiro benzyl iso quinoline alkaloids incorporate a methylenedioxy substituent on ring d?

Fautin D.G., 1986: Why do anemonefishes inhabit only some host actinians?

Graham D.Y.; Smith J.L.; Patterson D.J., 1983: Why do apparently healthy people use anti acid tablets?

Constanti A.; Adams P.R.; Brown D.A., 1981: Why do barium ions imitate acetyl choline

Scott T.W.; Grumstrup Scott J.M., 1983: Why do brown headed cowbirds molothrus ater perform the head down display?

Oster, G.; Heinrich, B., 1976: Why do bumble bees major a mathematical model

Shapiro, A. M., 1975: Why do california usa tortoiseshells migrate

Williamson D.M.; Lowdon I.M.R., 1988: Why do children break their arms?

Scibilia J.; Finegold D.; Dorman J.; Becker D.; Drash A., 1986: Why do children with diabetes die

Stavem P.; Ly B.; Forre O.; Toyen I., 1979: Why do crystalline precipitates in plasma cells always coalesce with parallel light and dark lines strictly end to end and side to side

Riddiford N., 1986: Why do cuckoos cuculus canorus use so many species of hosts?

Davidson N.C.; Townshend D.J.; Pienkowski M.W.; Speakman J.R., 1986: Why do curlews numenius have decurved bills?

Blum A.L., 1986: Why do dyspeptic patients prefer one liquid antacid to another?

Carter, T. C., 1970: Why do egg shells crack

Wright P.G., 1984: Why do elephants loxodonta africana flap their ears

Erlinge, S., 1987: Why do european stoats mustela erminea not follow bergmann's rule

Houston D.C., 1979: Why do fairy terns gygis alba not build nests

Gulland J.A., 1982: Why do fish numbers vary?

Izhaki I.; Safriel U.N., 1985: Why do fleshy fruit plants of the mediterranean scrub intercept fall passage but not spring passage of seed dispersing migratory birds?

Ishii N.; Nishihara Y.; Imamura T., 1986: Why do frontal lobe symptoms predominate in vascular dementia with lacunes

Regelmann K.; Curio E., 1986: Why do great tit parus major males defend their brood more than females do?

Mallatt J.; Conley D.M.; Ridgway R.L., 1987: Why do hagfish have gill chloride cells when they need not regulate plasma sodium chloride concentration?

Mackay W.P.; Mackay E.E., 1984: Why do harvester ants store seeds in their nests

Sasaki M., 1987: Why do japanese write characters in space?

Ito Y.; Tsubaki Y.; Osada M., 1982: Why do luehdorfia butterflies lay eggs in clusters?

Grady R.M.; Hoogland J.L., 1986: Why do male black tailed prairie dogs cynomys ludovicianus give a mating call

Adler P.H.; Pearson D.L., 1982: Why do male butterflies pieris rapae visit mud puddles?

Wiklund, C.; Fagerstrom, T., 1977: Why do males emerge before females a hypothesis to explain the incidence of protandry in butterflies

Fagerstrom T.; Wiklund C., 1982: Why do males emerge before females? protandry as a mating strategy in male and female butterflies

Falls J.B.; D'agincourt L.G., 1982: Why do meadowlarks switch song types?

Mascaro J.M.; Castro J.; Castel T.; Lecha M.; Gratacos R.; Mascaro J.M.Jr, 1984: Why do melanomas ulcerate?

Alerstam, T.; Pettersson, S. G., 1977: Why do migrating birds fly along coastlines

Sandberg R.; Pettersson J.; Alerstam T., 1988: Why do migrating robins erithacus rubecula captured at two nearby stop over sites orient differently

Corbet S.A.; Cuthill I.; Fallows M.; Harrison T.; Hartley G., 1981: Why do nectar foraging bees and wasps work upwards on inflorescences?

Breitwisch R.; Merritt P.G.; Whitesides G.H., 1984: Why do northern mockingbirds mimus polyglottos feed fruit to their nestlings

Dhingra, M. M.; Sarma, R. H., 1978: Why do nucleic acids have 3 5 phospho di ester bonds

Cunha U.; Leduc M.; Nayak U.S.L.; Isaacs B., 1987: Why do old people stoop

Nentwig W., 1982: Why do only certain insects escape from a spiders web?

Yarus, M., 1976: Why do organic solvents enhance mistakes in aminoacyl transfer rna synthesis

Hoekstra R.F., 1980: Why do organisms produce gametes of only 2 different sizes some theoretical aspects of the evolution of anisogamy

Glueck E., 1988: Why do parent birds swallow the feces of their nestlings?

Przybylski J.; Sabbah H.N.; Stein P.D., 1986: Why do patients with essential hypertension experience sleep apnea syndrome

Read N.W.; Abouzekry L., 1986: Why do patients with fecal impaction have fecal incontinence?

Mentzer S.J.; Fryd D.S.; Kjellstrand C.M., 1985: Why do patients with postsurgical acute tubular necrosis die

Wade, N. J., 1978: Why do patterned afterimages fluctuate in visibility

Briscoe M.E., 1987: Why do people go to the doctor sex differences in the correlates of gp consultation

Alatalo R.V.; Lundberg A.; Stahlbrandt K., 1982: Why do pied flycatcher ficedula hypoleuca females mate with already mated males?

Hendry, G., 1986: Why do plants have cytochrome p 450 detoxification vs. defense

Burden, A. C.; Stacey, R.; Wood, R. F. M.; Bell, P. R. F., 1978: Why do protease inhibitors enhance leukocyte migration inhibition to the antigen purified protein derivative

Spees E.K.; Vaughn W.K.; Mcdonald J.C.; Bollinger R.R.; Williams G.M.; Sanfilippo F.P.; Adams P.; Mendez Picon G.; Niblack G., 1983: Why do secondary cadaver renal transplants succeed? results of the southeastern organ procurement foundation prospective study 1977 1982

Hodgson J.G., 1987: Why do so few plant species exploit productive habitats an investigation into cytology plant strategies and abundance within a local flora

Powell T.G.; Hallows J.A.; Cooke R.W.I.; Pharoah P.O.D., 1986: Why do so many small infants develop an inguinal hernia?

Haentjens G.; D'ydewalle G., 1987: Why do socratic stimuli produce hypermnesia?

Chignard, M.; Vargaftig, B. B., 1978: Why do some beta adrenergic agonists inhibit generation of thromboxane a 2 in incubates of platelets with arachidonic acid

Brandl R., 1987: Why do some bird species breed in colonies? relationships between colony size food resources and behavior in the case of the black headed gull

Courtney K.R., 1988: Why do some drugs preferentially block open sodium channels

Binder P.S.; Zavala E.Y., 1987: Why do some epikeratoplasties fail

Grant W.M.; Burke J.F.Jr, 1982: Why do some people go blind from glaucoma?

De Leon J.; Saiz Ruiz J.; Chinchilla A.; Morales P., 1987: Why do some psychiatric patients somatize

Kristjansson J.K.; Schoenheit P., 1983: Why do sulfate reducing bacteria out compete methanogenic bacteria for substrates?

Lechowicz M.J., 1984: Why do temperate deciduous trees leaf out at different times adaptation and ecology of forest communities

Meltzer R.S.; Tickner E.G.; Popp R.L., 1980: Why do the lungs clear ultrasonic contrast

Regoeczi E., 1987: Why do total body decay curves of iodine labeled proteins begin with a delay?

Reid A.P.; Proops D.W.; Smallman L.A., 1988: Why do tympanostomy tubes block

Hartl D.L.; Sawyer S.A., 1988: Why do unrelated insertion sequences occur together in the genome of escherichia coli?

Salojarvi, K., 1987: Why do vendace coregonus albula l. populations fluctuate?

Navon D., 1987: Why do we blame the mirror for reversing left and right?

Kalmanchey A.; Juhasz J.; Sari I., 1987: Why do women not give birth to more children

Gentry R.T.; Dole V.P., 1987: Why does a sucrose choice reduce the consumption of alcohol in c57bl 6j mice

Strandgaard S.; Haunso S., 1987: Why does antihypertensive treatment prevent stroke but not myocardial infarction?

Zarbatany L.; Hartmann D.P.; Gelfand D.M., 1985: Why does childrens generosity increase with age susceptibility to experimenter influence or altruism

Radesater, T., 1977: Why does cichlasoma meeki have eye spots on the gill cover

Menon G.; Poskitt E.M.E., 1985: Why does congenital heart disease cause failure to thrive

Tal M.; Silberstein A.; Nusser E., 1985: Why does coomassie brilliant blue r interact differently with different protein? a partial answer

Reynolds E.H.; Elwes R.D.C.; Shorvon S.D., 1983: Why does epilepsy become intractable prevention of chronic epilepsy

Bassuk E.L.; Rosenberg L., 1988: Why does family homelessness occur a case control study

Guinane, J. E., 1977: Why does hydrocephalus progress

Knight R.L.; Temple S.A., 1986: Why does intensity of avian nest defense increase during the nesting cycle?

Costagliola, J., 1977: Why does man swing his arm while walking

Palva T.; Makinen J., 1983: Why does middle ear chole steatoma recur? histo pathologic observations

Parker, G. B.; Pryor, D. S.; Tupling, H., 1980: Why does migraine improve during a clinical trial further results from a trial of cervical manipulation for migraine

Karlsson P.S.; Carlsson B., 1984: Why does pinguicula vulgaris trap insects

Kubo K., 1979: Why does q 10 decline with rise in temperature

Ganellen R.J.; Carver C.S., 1985: Why does self reference promote incidental encoding

Price P.W.; Roininen H.; Tahvanainen J., 1987: Why does the bud galling sawfly euura mucronata attack long shoots?

Hennekes, R.; Kaufmann, R.; Steiner, R., 1978: Why does the cardiac force velocity relationship not follow a hill hyperbola possible implications of feedback loops involved in cardiac excitation contraction coupling

Barkan R.S., 1986: Why does the cell monolayer image the pattern of the metal tray of a thermostat

Graves J.; Whiten A.; Henzi P., 1984: Why does the herring gull larus argentatus lay 3 eggs

Terhivuo J., 1983: Why does the wryneck jynx torquilla bring strange items to the nest

Robinson B.J.; Johnson R.H., 1988: Why does vasodilatation occur during syncope?

Heuer F.; Fischman D.; Reisberg D., 1986: Why does vivid imagery hurt color memory

Bruce, C.; Howard, D., 1988: Why don't broca's aphasics cue themselves? an investigation of phonemic cueing and tip of the tongue information

Armstrong, D. P., 1984: Why don't cellular slime molds cheat

Streng, D. R.; Harcombe, P. A., 1982: Why don't east texas usa savannas grow up to forest?

White, J.; Lloyd, M.; Karban, R., 1982: Why don't periodical cicadas magicicada spp normally live in coniferous forests?

Martin, D. F., 1983: Why don't we have more red tides in florida usa?

Zale S.E.; Klibanov A.M., 1986: Why dose rnase irreversibily inactive at high temperatures?

Sheehan M.; Oppenheimer E.; Taylor C., 1986: Why drug users sought help from one london england uk drug clinic

Barry P.P.; Crescenzi C.A.; Radovsky L.; Kern D.C.; Steel K., 1988: Why elderly patients refuse hospitalization

Hochachka P.W.; Runciman W.B.; Baudinette R.V., 1985: Why exercising tammar wallabies macropus eugenii turn over lactate rapidly implications for models of mammalian exercise metabolism

Young P.C.; Wasserman R.C.; Mcaullife T.; Long J.; Hagan J.F.; Heath B., 1985: Why families change pediatricians factors causing dissatisfaction with pediatric care

Torres W.D.O.; Sampaio F.C., 1986: Why fluoridation of salt?

Norberg R.A., 1981: Why foraging birds in trees should climb and hop upwards rather than downwards

Efran J.S.; Spangler T.J., 1979: Why grown ups cry a 2 factor theory and evidence from the miracle worker

Sloan F.A.; Valvona J., 1986: Why has hospital length of stay declined? an evaluation of alternative theories

Beutler, E. , 1978: Why has the auto hemolysis test not gone the way of the cephalin flocculation test

Munk Jorgensen P., 1987: Why has the incidence of schizophrenia in danish psychiatric institutions decreased since 1970

Erickson R.A.; Glick M.E., 1986: Why have controlled trials failed to demonstrate a benefit of esophagogastroduodenoscopy in acute upper gastrointestinal bleeding a probability model analysis

Heinrich, B., 1977: Why have some animals evolved to regulate a high body temperature

Blach-Olszewska, Z.; Halasa, J.; Matej, H.; Cembrzynska-Nowak, M., 1977: Why hela cells do not produce interferon

Balasubramaniam, V.; Kanaka, T. S., 1975: Why hemispherectomy

Sutherland S., 1987: Why hermaphroditic plants produce many more flowers than fruits experimental tests with agave mckelveyana

Egghart E.M., 1985: Why honeybees have different dance rhythms

Miller R.S., 1985: Why hummingbirds hover

Gerstenkorn A.; Miller Malas Z., 1986: Why hypertensive patients fail to take advantage of medical services

Zavagli G.; Ricci G.; Castaldi G.; Marchini M.; Castellani P.P., 1982: Why inclusion bodies assume different locations in thalassemic erythrocytes

Wightman J.A., 1981: Why insect energy budgets do not balance

Abdulnur, S., 1976: Why is 5 fluoro uracil a mutagen

Asano K.; Asano A., 1985: Why is a specific amino acid sequence of f glycoprotein required for the membrane fusion reaction between envelope of hemagglutinating virus of japan sendai virus and target cell membranes

Weinshall D., 1986: Why is a two environment system not rich enough to explain the evolution of sex?

Rubenstein D.I.; Wrangham R.W., 1980: Why is altruism towards kin so rare

Burr M.L.; Holliday R., 1987: Why is chest disease so common in south wales uk smoking social class and lung function a survey of elderly men in two areas

Snyder A.J.; Gottschall J.L.; Menitove J.E., 1986: Why is fresh frozen plasma transfused

Sung S S.; Jordan P.C., 1987: Why is gramicidin valence selective a theoretical study

Moynihan M., 1982: Why is lying about intentions rare during some kinds of contests?

Yoshikawa K.; Shinohara Y.; Terada H.; Kato S., 1987: Why is magnesium necessary for specific cleavage of the terminal phosphoryl group of atp

Tomazic S.J.; Klibanov A.M., 1988: Why is one bacillus alpha amylase more resistant against irreversible thermoinactivation than another?

Volkov E., 1982: Why is proton magnetic relaxation retarded in tumor cells?

Ramphal R.; Vishwanath S., 1987: Why is pseudomonas the colonizer and why does it persist

Elder D., 1979: Why is regenerative capacity restricted in higher organisms

Van Hulst R.; Shipley B.; Theriault A., 1987: Why is rhinanthus minor scrophulariaceae such a good invader?

Perrin N.; Ruedi M.; Saiah H., 1987: Why is the cladoceran simocephalus vetulus mueller not a bang bang strategist a critique of the optimal body size model

Lavee D., 1988: Why is the houbara chlamydotis undulata macqueenii still an endangered species in israel?

Welin L.; Larsson B.; Svardsudd K.; Wilhelmsen L.; Tibblin G., 1983: Why is the incidence of ischemic heart disease in sweden increasing? study of men born in 1913 and 1923

Agur Z.; Safriel U.N., 1981: Why is the mediterranean more readily colonized than the red sea by organisms using the suez canal as a passageway

Bradshaw J.L.; Nathan G.; Nettleton N.C.; Wilson L.; Pierson J., 1987: Why is there a left side underestimation in rod bisection

Poisson A.; Chen C T.A., 1987: Why is there little anthropogenic carbon dioxide in the antarctic bottom water

Turlings T.C.J.; Van Batenburg F.D.H.; Van Strien Van Liempt W.T.F.H., 1985: Why is there no interspecific host discrimination in the two coexisting larval parasitoids of drosophila spp leptopilina heterotoma and asobara tabida

Feeney R.J., 1986: Why is there resistance to wearing protective equipment at work? possible strategies for overcoming this

Patak A.; Baldwin J., 1988: Why is there so much myoglobin in chicken gizzard and so little in emu gizzard?

Davies E.M.; Boersma P.D., 1984: Why lionesses copulate with more than 1 male

Simpson S.J.; Ludlow A.R., 1986: Why locusts locusta migratoria start to feed a comparison of causal factors

Wroblewski J.; Wroblewski R., 1986: Why low temperature embedding for x ray microanalytical investigations? a comparison of recently used preparation methods

Lasley D.J.; Cohn T.E., 1981: Why luminance discrimination may be better than detection

Turner, J. R. G., 1978: Why male butterflies are nonmimetic natural selection sexual selection group selection modification and sieving

Crozier, R. H., 1976: Why male ha ploid and sex linked genetic systems seem to have unusually sex limited mutational genetic loads

Apple M.S.; Korostyshevskiy M.A., 1980: Why many biological parameters are connected by power dependence

Raz S.; Maggio A.J.Jr; Kaufman J.J., 1979: Why marshall marchetti operation works or does not

Gotay C.C., 1985: Why me? attributions and adjustment by cancer patients and their mates at 2 stages in the disease process

Stein, Tp, 1985: Why measure the respiratory quotient of patients on total parenteral nutrition?

Greenspan S.; Shoultz B., 1981: Why mentally retarded adults lose their jobs social competence as a factor in work adjustment

Barza, M.; Lauermann, M., 1978: Why monitor serum levels of gentamicin

Ghosh P., 1987: Why mucous plugs commonly cause left lung collapse?

Clayton D.A., 1987: Why mudskippers build walls

Van-Valen, L., 1978: Why not to be a cladist

Schutjer W.A.; Stokes C.S.; Poindexter J.R., 1986: Why not use contraception economics of fertility regulation among rural egyptian women

Harvell D., 1984: Why nudibranchs are partial predators intracolonial variation in bryozoan dendrobeania lichenoides palatability

Mink J.W.; Adams D.B., 1981: Why offense is reduced when rats are tested in a strange cage

Thompson, K., 1977: Why organisms feed on the cores of tropical trees

Hershey C.O.; Fisher L., 1982: Why outcome of cardio pulmonary resuscitation in general wards is poor

Glemain P.; Valiquette L.; Karam G.; Plougastel M.L.; Buzelin J.M., 1988: Why perform urodynamic investigation of prostatic adenomas

Link, K.; Centor, R.; Buchsbaum, D.; Witherspoon, J., 1984: Why physicians don't pursue abnormal laboratory tests an investigation of hyper calcemia and the follow up of abnormal test results/

Whitehead, W. E.; Blackwell, B.; Robinson, A., 1977: Why physicians prescribe benzodiazepines in essential hypertension a phase iv study

Kmet T., 1987: Why phytoplankton prefers ammonium to nitrate explanation by mathematical model

Robbins R.K.; Henson P.M., 1986: Why pieris rapae is a better name than artogeia rapae pieridae

Greilhuber, J., 1977: Why plant chromosomes do not show g bands

Charlson M.E.; Ales K.L.; Simon R.; Mackenzie C.R., 1987: Why predictive indexes perform less well in validation studies is it magic or methods

Dukhovich V.F.; Kozlov I.A.; Levit M.N.; Chernyak B.V., 1986: Why preincubation of hepatoma mitochondria with uncouplers results in atpase activity loss

Caldwell, W. L., 1978: Why retroperitoneal lymph adenectomy for testicular tumors

Thompson, S. E. Iii ; Wiesner, P. J.; Sanford, J. P., 1976: Why review syphilis therapy now

Richards W., 1979: Why rods and cones?

Lindroth A.; Grip H., 1987: Why run off increases after clear cutting

Liston A.D., 1980: Why sawflies of the tenthredo arcuata schaefferi complex hymenoptera tenthredinidae visit flowers

Leibovich M.A., 1983: Why short term psycho therapy for borderlines?

Deller M., 1988: Why should surgery for early onset strabismus be postponed

Esipova N.G.; Grigolava M.V.; Shchegoleva T.Yu; Rogulenkova V.N.; Maleev V.Ya, 1981: Why should the temperature of collagen denaturation be close to the temperature of species development?

Chantrenne, H., 1978: Why should transfer rna be so elaborate

Altman R.; Scazziota A.; Cordero Funes J., 1988: Why single daily dose of aspirin may not prevent platelet aggregation

Seravin L.N., 1986: Why small animals swimming by means of flagella and cilia rotate around the longitudinal axis of their body

Spight T.M., 1985: Why small hermit crabs have large shells

Ho Yen D.O.; Spence V.A.; Moody J.P.; Walker W.F., 1982: Why smoke fewer cigarettes?

Boersma P.D., 1982: Why some birds take so long to hatch

Bossomaier T.; Snyder A.W., 1986: Why spatial frequency processing in the visual cortex

Van Zandt L.L., 1987: Why structured water causes sharp absorption by dna at microwave frequencies

Markman E.M., 1985: Why superordinate category terms can be mass nouns

Bilmes J., 1985: Why that now two kinds of conversational meaning

Ingling, C. R-Jr ; Drum, B. A., 1977: Why the blue arcs of the retina are blue

Letelier J.C.; Varela F., 1984: Why the cortical magnification factor in rhesus is isotropic

Sakitt B., 1982: Why the cortical magnification factor in rhesus monkey macaca mulatta cannot be isotropic

Meeuse A.D.J., 1979: Why the early angiosperms were so successful a morphological ecological and phylogenetic approach 1

Erslev A.J.; Caro J.; Besarab A., 1985: Why the kidney?

Mitra A.P., 1982: Why the middle atmosphere program?

Peters, M., 1980: Why the preferred hand taps more quickly than the nonpreferred hand 3 experiments on handedness

Ager D.V., 1987: Why the rhynchonellid brachiopods survived and the spiriferids did not a suggestion

Fink T.J., 1982: Why the simple frequency and janetschek methods are unreliable for determining instars of mayflies an analysis of the number of nymphal instars of stenonema modestum ephemeroptera heptageniidae in virginia usa

Volkov E.I., 1982: Why the time of proton magnetic relaxation is retarded in tumor cells

Jackson K.M., 1983: Why the upper limbs move during human walking

Labarbera M., 1983: Why the wheels wont go

Portelli, C., 1977: Why there are only levo amino acids in the chemical composition of the living organisms

Vasilevich V.I., 1979: Why there are plant communities of many species

Dixon A.F.G.; Kindlmann P.; Leps J.; Holman J., 1987: Why there are so few species of aphids especially in the tropics

Goodlin R.C., 1982: Why treat physiologic anemias of pregnancy?

Mayon White R.T.; Perks E.M., 1982: Why type streptococci? the epidemiology of group a streptococci in oxfordshire england uk 1976 1980

Maurizi C.P., 1985: Why was the 1918 influenza pandemic so lethal? the possible role of a neurovirulent neuraminidase

Harriman A.E.; Lukosius P.A., 1982: Why wayne dennis found hopi infants retarded in age at onset of walking

Messick D.M.; Bloom S.; Boldizar J.P.; Samuelson C.D., 1985: Why we are fairer than others

Liebrand W.B.G.; Messick D.M.; Wolters F.J.M., 1986: Why we are fairer than others a cross cultural replication and extension

Igun U.A., 1987: Why we seek treatment here retail pharmacy and clinical practice in maiduguri nigeria

Wheeler, A., 1978: Why were there no fish remains at star carr

Bildstein K.L., 1983: Why white tailed deer odocoileus virginianus flag their tails

Binder R.L., 1981: Why women dont report sexual assault

Sonnenschein S., 1984: Why young listeners do not benefit from differentiating verbal redundancy

Nebel G.; Lingg G., 1981: Wiberg forms of patellae are they disposing to early arthrosis

Staniczek, J.; Wysocki, Z.; Dwilinska, M.; Janas, Z.; Sikorzewski, M., 1977: Wibergs sign in degenerative disease and rheumatoid arthritis of hip joint

Stockbauer J.W., 1987: Wic prenatal participation and its relation to pregnancy outcomes in missouri usa a second look

Ohmert, W., 1978: Wichmannella rocaleberidinae ostracoda in the pliocene of chile

Kramer G.C.; Sibley L.; Aukland K.; Renkin E.M., 1986: Wick sampling of interstitial fluid in rat skin further analysis and modifications of the method

Milone S.; Massone L., 1979: Widal wright a semi automatic micro method

Hagler D.J.; Tajik A.J.; Seward J.B.; Mair D.D.; Ritter D.G., 1980: Wide angle 2 dimensional echo cardiographic profiles of cono truncal abnormalities

Turner I.J.; Favilla I.; Barry W.R., 1981: Wide angle attachment for fundus cameras

Pomerantzeff O., 1980: Wide angle noncontact and small angle contact cameras

Fedorov, B. A.; Becker, M.; Damaschun, G.; Damaschun, H.; Gedicke, C.; Zirwer, D., 1977: Wide angle x ray scattering of poly glutamic acid in solution/

Ganyard, M. C.; Bradley, J. R-Jr ; Brazzel, J. R., 1978: Wide area field test of diflubenzuron for control of an indigenous boll weevil population

Skoda S.R.; Campbell J.B.; Kunz S.E., 1987: Wide area treatment of cattle for horn flies and face flies diptera muscidae in south central nebraska usa

Stewart R.B.; Bardy G.H.; Greene H.L., 1986: Wide complex tachycardia misdiagnosis and outcome after emergent therapy

Ladizinsky G.; Newell C.A.; Hymowitz T., 1979: Wide crosses in soybeans prospects and limitations

Vuolteenaho O.; Vakkuri O.; Leppaeluoto J., 1980: Wide distribution of beta endorphin like immuno reactivity in extrapituitary tissues of rat

Slater E.E.; Defendini R.; Zimmerman E.A., 1980: Wide distribution of immuno reactive renin in nerve cells of human brain

Vadgama J.V.; Christensen H.N., 1984: Wide distribution of ph dependent service of transport system asc for both anionic and zwitterionic amino acids

Iwamori M.; Sunada S.; Ishihara E.; Masago H.; Manabe M.; Taguchi H.; Satoh H.; Nagai Y., 1987: Wide distribution of rat hepatoma asialo gm1 and its different responses to anti asialo gm1 antibody mediated in vitro and in situ cell killing

Maixner W.; Dubner R.; Bushnell M.C.; Kenshalo D.R.Jr; Oliveras J L., 1986: Wide dynamic range dorsal horn neurons participate in the encoding process by which monkeys macaca mulatta perceive the intensity of noxious heat stimuli

Durand J.C.; Poljicak M.; Lefranc J.P.; Pilleron J.P., 1984: Wide excision of the tumor axillary dissection and post operative radio therapy as treatment of small breast cancers

Satterthwaite, W. R.; Burnham, J. A.; Towe, A. L., 1978: Wide field conditioning effects on small field neurons in the posterior sigmoid gyrus of domestic cats

Harris, F. A., 1980: Wide field neurons in somato sensory thalamus of domestic cats under barbiturate anesthesia

Mauch, P.; Tarbell, N.; Skarin, A.; Rosenthal, D.; Weinstein, H., 1987: Wide field radiation therapy alone or with chemotherapy for hodgkin's disease in relapse from combination chemotherapy

Klein, D. J.; Bergeron, R. T.; Bernstein, H., 1977: Wide field resolution in radiography

Marechal Courtois C.; Delcourt J.C., 1986: Wide field specular microscopy of corneal epithelium

Roberts C.W.; Rosskothen H.D.; Koester C.J., 1981: Wide field specular microscopy of excised donor corneas

Janik J.S.; Simpson J.S.; Filler R.M., 1981: Wide gap esophageal atresia with inaccessible upper pouch

Gherardini R.; Helmer F.; Horcher E., 1982: Wide gap esophageal atresia without esophago tracheal fistula

Davidson M.S.; Summers A.O., 1983: Wide host range plasmids function in the genus thiobacillus

Gervais C., 1983: Wide hybridization attempts in the tribe aveneae

Heslop Harrison Y.; Reger B.J.; Heslop Harrison J., 1985: Wide hybridization pollination of zea mays by sorghum bicolor

Zaske D.E.; Irvine P.; Strand L.M.; Strate R.G.; Cipolle R.J.; Rotschafer J., 1982: Wide inter patient variations in gentamicin dose requirements for geriatric patients

Ganapathy, S.; Srinivasan, R., 1979: Wide line nmr studies of organic and bio molecules 5. pmr studies of some amino acids and related compounds

Goldberg M.; Zamir O.; Hadary A.; Nissan S., 1987: Wide local excision as an alternative treatment for periampullary carcinoma

Wolcott H.D.; Gallup D.G., 1984: Wide local excision in the treatment of vulvar carcinoma in situ a reappraisal

Kheyr Pour A., 1981: Wide nucleo cytoplasmic polymorphism for male sterility in origanum vulgare

Naglieri J.A.; Parks J.C., 1980: Wide range achievement test a 1 year stability study

Wilkinson, H. P., 1976: Wide range eye and head movement monitor

Dunn B.P., 1983: Wide range linear dose response curve for dna binding of orally administered benzo a pyrene in mice

Ichimura K.; Sakagami N.; Kamiyama K., 1982: Wide shape tympanogram

Savoini A.; Marzari R.; Dolzani L.; Serrano D.; Graziosi G.; Gennaro R.; Romeo D., 1984: Wide spectrum antibiotic activity of bovine granulocyte polypeptides

Ito N.; Imaida K.; Tsuda H.; Shibata M A.; Aoki T.; De Camargo J.L.V.; Fukushima S., 1988: Wide spectrum initiation models possible applications to medium term multiple organ bioassays for carcinogenesis modifiers

Mintz G.S.; Kotler M.N.; Parry W.R., 1979: Wide splitting of the 1st heart sound secondary to tricuspid valve endo carditis a phono cardiographic echo cardiographic study

Dacey, D. M., 1985: Wide spreading terminal axons in the inner plexiform layer of the cat's retina evidence for intrinsic axon collaterals of ganglion cells

Tan, K. L., 1976: Wide sutures and large fontanels in the new born

Moore M.R.; Garfin S.R.; Hargens A.R., 1987: Wide tourniquets eliminate blood flow at low inflation pressures

Nicita G.; Lunghi F.; Fiorelli C.; Selli C.; Turini D., 1979: Wide ureteral defect repair by inferior nephropexy and psoas bladder hitch procedure

Neretti, J.; Sanchez, R.; Castede, J. C.; Masse, C.; Verdier, M. M.; Perinelle, L.; Carles, D.; Touton, N.; Richir, C., 1980: Wide utilization of skin homo grafts for the treatment of burns the regional skin bank in bordeaux france

Evans M.I.; Belsky R.; Greb A.; Dvorin E.; Drugan A., 1988: Wide variation in maternal serum alpha fetoprotein reports in one metropolitan area concerns for the quality of prenatal testing

Bergman U.; Christenson I.; Jansson B.; Wiholm B E.; Ostman J., 1980: Wide variation in serum chlorpropamide concentration in out patients

O'connell, M. J.; Khalafalla, F.; Lal, S., 1976: Wideband electro mechanical stimulator

Blank S.G.; West J.E.; Muller F.B.; Cody R.J.; Harshfield G.A.; Pecker M.S.; Laragh J.H.; Pickering T.G., 1988: Wideband external pulse recording during cuff deflation a new technique for evaluation of the arterial pressure pulse and measurement of blood pressure

Roiha H.; Read C.A.; Browne M.J.; Glover D.M., 1983: Widely differing degrees of sequence conservation of the 2 types of ribosomal dna insertion within the melanogaster species subgroup of drosophila

Nanji A.A.; Greenway D.C., 1986: Widely differing plasma digoxin values in patients with congestive heart failure and severe liver dysfunction a method dependent problem

Alteras I.; Feuerman E.J.; David M.; Shohat B.; Livni E., 1979: Widely disseminated cutaneous candidiasis in adults

Olzak L.A., 1986: Widely separated spatial frequencies mechanism interactions

Tooley P.W.; Bergstrom G.C.; Wright M.J., 1984: Widely virulent isolates of phytophthora megasperma f sp glycinea causing root and stem rot of soybeans in new york usa

Matzer L.; Cortada X.; Ferrer P.; De Armendi F.; Kinney E.L., 1985: Widened e point septal separation in a normal pediatric population

Bass, E., 1978: Widened superior mediastinum with acute and chronic pulmonary symptoms

Mittal K.R.; Olszewski W.A., 1985: Widening of inter purkinje cell distance in association with corpora amylacea

Zacks D.J.; Costopoulos L.B., 1979: Widening of the presacral space a new cause

Chen J.T.T.; Putman C.E.; Hedlund L.W.; Dahmash N.S.; Roberts L., 1982: Widening of the subcarinal angle by peri cardial effusion

Haag M.; Reichelt A., 1982: Widening of the teardrop distance in early stages of legg calve perthes disease compared with the late fate

Monseur J., 1980: Widening of the urethra using the supra urethral layer

Grandjean, P., 1978: Widening perspectives of lead toxicity a review of health effects of lead exposure in adults

Fedorov, V. D.; Brusilovskii, M. I.; Odaryuk, T. S., 1978: Wider indications for sphincter preserving surgery for rectal cancer

Hyams J.S.; Campbell C.J., 1985: Widespread absence of outer dynein arms in the spermatozoids of lower plants

Skoskiewicz M.J.; Colvin R.B.; Schneeberger E.E.; Russell P.S., 1985: Widespread and selective induction of major histocompatibility complex determined antigens in vivo by gamma interferon

Bayne C.J.; Boswell C.A.; Yui M.A., 1987: Widespread antigenic cross reactivity between plasma proteins of a gastropod and its trematode parasite

Breheret J G., 1983: Widespread black shale layers in the lower and middle albian of the vocontian zone southeastern france study of nanno facies and signification of the paleo environments

Ramos, C. V., 1976: Widespread bone involvement in sinus histiocytosis

Libson E.; Fields S.; Strauss S.; Bloom R.A.; Okon E.; Galun E.; Polliack A., 1988: Widespread castleman disease ct and us findings

Bloom G.S.; Luca F.C.; Vallee R.B., 1984: Widespread cellular distribution of map 1a micro tubule associated protein 1a in the mitotic spindle and on interphase micro tubules

Rosenthal E.T.; Ruderman J.V., 1987: Widespread changes in the translation and adenylation of maternal messenger rnas following fertilization of spisula oocytes

Colombatti A.; Poletti A.; Bressan G.M.; Carbone A.; Volpin D., 1987: Widespread codistribution of glycoprotein gp 115 and elastin in chick eye and other tissues

Irle E.; Markowitsch H.J., 1982: Widespread cortical projections of the hippocampal formation in the cat

Markowitsch H.J.; Irle E., 1981: Widespread cortical projections of the ventral tegmental area and of other brain stem structures in the cat

Van Hoesen G.W.; Yeterian E.H.; Lavizzo Mourey R., 1981: Widespread cortico striate projections from temporal cortex of the rhesus monkey

Dornan T.L.; Blundell J.W.; Morgan A.G.; Burden R.P.; Reeves W.G.; Cotton R.E., 1985: Widespread crystallization of paraprotein in myelomatosis

Fujimoto W.; Fukushiro S., 1981: Widespread discoid lupus erythematosus

Boineau J.P.; Schuessler R.B.; Hackel D.B.; Miller C.B.; Brockus C.W.; Wylds A.C., 1980: Widespread distribution and rate differentiation of the atrial pacemaker complex

Howie A.J.; Brown G.; Fisher A.G.; Khan M., 1984: Widespread distribution in human tissues of an antigenic determinant of granulocytes

Bulinski J.C.; Borisy G.G., 1980: Widespread distribution of a 210000 molecular weight micro tubule associated protein cells and tissues of primates

Daniels L.; Bakhiet N.; Harmon K., 1985: Widespread distribution of a 5 deazaflavin cofactor in actinomyces and related bacteria

Luehrsen K.R.; Nicholson D.E.Jr; Fox G.E., 1985: Widespread distribution of a 7s rna in archaebacteria

Braunstein G.D.; Kamdar V.; Rasor J.; Swaminathan N.; Wade M.E., 1979: Widespread distribution of a chorionic gonadotropin like substance in normal human tissues

Gregory E.; Staley J.T., 1982: Widespread distribution of ability to oxidize manganese among fresh water bacteria

Martres M P.; Bouthenet M L.; Sales N.; Sokoloff P.; Schwartz J C., 1985: Widespread distribution of brain dopamine receptors evidenced with iodine 125 labeled iodosulpride a highly selective ligand

Gosney J.R.; Sissons M.C.J., 1985: Widespread distribution of bronchopulmonary endocrine cells immunoreactive for calcitonin in the lung of the normal adult rat

Hall B.G., 1988: Widespread distribution of deletions of the bgl operon in natural isolates of escherichia coli

Thayer S.A.; Murphy S.N.; Miller R.J., 1986: Widespread distribution of dihydropyridine sensitive calcium channels in the central nervous system

White J.F.Jr, 1987: Widespread distribution of endophytes in the poaceae

De Camilli P.; Ueda T.; Bloom F.E.; Battenberg E.; Greengard P., 1979: Widespread distribution of protein i in the central and peripheral nervous systems

Simpson K.W.; Fagnani J.P.; Denicola D.M.; Bode R.W., 1985: Widespread distribution of some estuarine crustaceans cyathura polita chiridotea almyra almyracuma proximoculi in the limnetic zone of the lower hudson river new york usa

Camm E.L.; Green B.R., 1981: Widespread distribution of some minor chlorophyll protein complexes in some plants and algae

Ragan M.A.; Jensen A., 1979: Widespread distribution of sulfated poly phenols in brown algae

Walaas S.I.; Lustig A.; Greengard P.; Brugge J.S., 1988: Widespread distribution of the c src gene product in nerve cells and axon terminals in the adult rat brain

Bloom G.S.; Schoenfeld T.A.; Vallee R.B., 1984: Widespread distribution of the major poly peptide component of micro tubule associated protein 1 in the nervous system

Fiocca R.; Villani L.; Tenti P.; Cornaggia M.; Finzi G.; Capella C.; Prat M.; Bussolati G.; Solcia E., 1988: Widespread expression of intestinal markers in gastric carcinoma a light and electron microscopic study using bd 5 monoclonal antibody

Shimura T.; Ito Y.; Ueda K.; Nakazawa S.; Yajima G., 1980: Widespread extracranial metastasis of primary intra cerebral sarcoma an autopsy case

Peabody D.C.; Peabody R.B., 1985: Widespread haploidy in monokaryotic cells of mature basidiocarps of armillaria bulbosa a member of the armillaria mellea complex

Hammerer, I.; Stampfel, G., 1977: Widespread hem angioma racemosum of the mediastinum associated with paresis of the diaphragm a finding to be considered in the differential diagnosis of arterio venous aneurysm of the thorax

Verspoor E., 1988: Widespread hybridization between native atlantic salmon salmo salar and introduced brown trout salmo trutta in eastern newfoundland

Kay, A. B.; Gad-El-Rab, M. O.; Stewart, J.; Erwa, H. H., 1978: Widespread immuno globulin e mediated hyper sensitivity in northern sudan to the chironomid cladotanytarsus lewisi green nimitti

Gad-El-Rab, M. O.; Kay, A. B., 1980: Widespread immuno globulin e mediated hyper sensitivity in the sudan to the green nimitti midge cladotanytarsus lewisi diptera chironomidae 1. diagnosis by radio allergo sorbent test

Gad-El-Rab, M. O.; Thatcher, D. R.; Kay, A. B., 1980: Widespread immuno globulin e mediated hyper sensitivity in the sudan to the green nimitti midge cladotanytarsus lewisi diptera chironomidae 2. identification of a major allergen

Wells R.S.; Miotto K.A., 1986: Widespread inhibition of neuroblastoma cells in the 13 17 day old mouse embryo

Mcginty R.M.; Mcfadden J.J.P.; Rawlinson C.J.; Buck K.W., 1984: Widespread inhibitor production in culture by isolates of gaeumannomyces graminis var tritici

Rao R.N.; Hilliard K.; Wray C.H., 1983: Widespread intimal hyperplasia of small arteries and arterioles

Oppenheim B.A.; Sefton A.M.; Gill O.N.; Tyler J.E.; O'mahony M.C.; Richards J.M.; Dennis P.J.L.; Harrison T.G., 1987: Widespread legionella pneumophila contamination of dental stations in a dental school without apparent human infection

Miller R.J.; Colodey A.G., 1983: Widespread mass mortalities of the green sea urchin strongylocentrotus droebachiensis in nova scotia canada

Newman J.; Antonakopoulos G.N., 1985: Widespread mucous metaplasia of the urinary bladder with nephrogenic adenoma

Weaver L.C.; Meckler R.L.; Fry H.H.; Donoghue S., 1983: Widespread neural excitation initiated from cardiac spinal afferent nerves

Irle E.; Markowitsch H.J., 1983: Widespread neuro anatomical damage and learning deficits following chronic alcohol consumption or vitamin b 1 thiamin deficiency in rats

Webber, C. E.; Whalley, J. M., 1978: Widespread occurrence in australian marsupials of neutralizing antibodies to a herpesvirus from a parma wallaby

Albert K.A.; Walaas S.I.; Wang J.K.T.; Greengard P., 1986: Widespread occurrence of 87 kilodalton a major specific substrate for protein kinase c

Shirahama T.; Skinner M.; Sipe J.D.; Cohen A.S., 1985: Widespread occurrence of amyloid p component in amyloidotic tissues an immunohistochemical observation

Lim S S.; Hering G.E.; Borisy G.G., 1986: Widespread occurrence of anti troponin t crossreactive components in non muscle cells

Repasky E.A.; Granger B.L.; Lazarides E., 1982: Widespread occurrence of avian spectrin in nonerythroid cells

Drotar A.; Burton G.A.Jr; Tavernier J.E.; Fall R., 1987: Widespread occurrence of bacterial thiol methyltransferases and the biogenic emission of methylated sulfur gases

Minakuchi R.; Takai Y.; Yu B.; Nishizuka Y., 1981: Widespread occurrence of calcium activated phospho lipid dependent protein kinase in mammalian tissues

Paranko J.; Longo F.; Potts J.; Krohne G.; Franke W.W., 1988: Widespread occurrence of calicin a basic cytoskeletal protein of sperm cells in diverse mammalian species

Miura G.A.; Broomfield C.A.; Lawson M.A.; Worthley E.G., 1982: Widespread occurrence of cholin esterase activity in plant leaves

Shimomura O.; Inoue S.; Johnson F.H.; Haneda Y., 1980: Widespread occurrence of coelenterazine in marine bio luminescence

Bhattacharya, M.; Samaddar, K. R., 1975: Widespread occurrence of fungistasis in indian soils

Franke W.W.; Schmid E.; Winter S.; Osborn M.; Weber K., 1979: Widespread occurrence of intermediate sized filaments of the vimentin type in cultured cells from diverse vertebrates

Hamana K.; Matsuzaki S., 1982: Widespread occurrence of norspermidine and norspermine in eukaryotic algae

Wiche G.; Briones E.; Koszka C.; Artlieb U.; Krepler R., 1984: Widespread occurrence of poly peptides related to neuro tubule associated proteins map 1 and map 2 in nonneuronal cells and tissues

Atlas E.; Sullivan K.; Giam C.S., 1986: Widespread occurrence of polyhalogenated aromatic ethers in the marine atmosphere

Bondy, S. C.; Harrington, M. E., 1978: Widespread occurrence of specific high affinity binding sites for amino acids

Semancik J.S.; Rivera Bustamante R.; Goheen A.C., 1987: Widespread occurrence of viroid like rna species in grapevines

Suzuki Y.; Sugimura M.; Atoji Y.; Minamoto N.; Kinjo T., 1986: Widespread of parapox infection in wild japanese serows capricornis crispus

Morse D.L.; Guzewich J.J.; Hanrahan J.P.; Stricof R.; Shayegani M.; Deibel R.; Grabau J.C.; Nowak N.A.; Herrmann J.E.; Et Al, 1986: Widespread outbreaks of clam and oyster associated gastroenteritis role of norwalk virus

Semple P.D.; Reid C.B.; Thompson W.D., 1980: Widespread pan acinar emphysema with alpha 1 anti trypsin deficiency

Schwob J.E.; Fuller T.; Price J.L.; Olney J.W., 1980: Widespread patterns of neuronal damage following systemic or intra cerebral injections of kainic acid a histological study

Rockland K.S.; Lund J.S., 1982: Widespread periodic intrinsic connection in the tree shrew tupaia glis visual cortex

Gowans E.J.; Burrell C.J., 1985: Widespread presence of cytoplasmic hepatitis b core antigen in hepatitis b infected liver detected by improved immunochemical methods

Myerson D.; Hackman R.C.; Nelson J.A.; Ward D.C.; Mcdougall J.K., 1984: Widespread presence of histologically occult cytomegalovirus

Saito E.; Iwasa S.; Odell W.D., 1983: Widespread presence of large molecular weight acth like substances in normal rat extrapituitary tissues

Beal, M. F.; Mazurek, M. F.; Svendsen, C. N.; Bird, E. D.; Martin, J. B., 1986: Widespread reduction of somatostatin like immunoreactivity in the cerebral cortex in alzheimer's disease

Mraovitch S.; Iadecola C.; Ruggiero D.A.; Reis D.J., 1985: Widespread reductions in cerebral blood flow and metabolism elicited by electrical stimulation of the parabrachial nucleus in rat

Jordaan H.F., 1986: Widespread superficial thrombophlebitis as a manifestation of secondary syphilis a new sign a report of 2 cases

Palmer M.J.; Frelinger J.A., 1987: Widespread transcription of a qa region gene in adult mice

Armenian H.K.; Saadeh F.M.; Armenian S.L., 1987: Widowhood and mortality in an armenian church parish in lebanon

Ferraro K.F.; Mutran E.; Barresi C.M., 1984: Widowhood health and friendship support in later life

Homan S.M.; Haddock C.C.; Winner C.A.; Coe R.M.; Wolinsky F.D., 1986: Widowhood sex labor force participation and the use of physician services by elderly adults

Chen T.R.; Drabkowski D.; Hay R.J.; Macy M.; Peterson W.Jr, 1987: Widr is a derivative of another colon adenocarcinoma cell line ht 29

Umazume Y.; Onodera S.; Higuchi H., 1986: Width and lattice spacing in radially compressed frog rana catesbeiana skinned muscle fibers at various ph values magnesium ion concentrations and ionic strengths

Dalkiewicz Baranowska H.; Mazurowa J., 1981: Width and surface of leaf blades of lolium multiflorum

Schneider H G.; Uhlenbrock C., 1988: Width of attached gingiva in abnormal occlusion

Manitz U.; Jungnickel I.; Jatzke M., 1981: Width of cervical canal in patients with vertebral pain syndrome based on degenerative diseases

Komboli M.; Tsami A.; Anagnou Vareltzides A., 1987: Width of facial attached gingiva and depth of gingival sulcus a clinical study in greek schoolchildren

Wilson A.A.G., 1988: Width of firebreak that is necessary to stop grass fires some field experiments

Hulsman K., 1981: Width of gape as a determinant of size of prey eaten by terns

Roettger U., 1987: Width of molar enamel bands in water voles arvicola lacepede 1799

Leuenberger, P. M.; Babel, J.; Full, C., 1970: Width of retinal capillary basement membrane of spiny mice acomy cahirinus at various ages

Fourie D.P., 1983: Width of the hypnotic relationship an interactional view of hypnotic susceptibility and hypnotic depth

Yoshioka T., 1982: Width of the junctional gap of the triad at various sarcomere lengths in frog rana esculenta skeletal muscle

Jonsson K.; Fredin H.O.; Cederlund C.G.; Bauer M., 1984: Width of the normal ankle joint

Akamaguna A.I.; Odita J.C., 1986: Width of the presacral space in nigerian adults

Simmons L.; Meredith P., 1979: Width weight endosperm and bran of the wheat grain as determinants of flour milling yield in normal and shrivelled wheats

Olney A.H.; Buehler B.A.; Waziri M., 1988: Wiedemann beckwith syndrome in apparently discordant monozygotic twins

Bose B.; Wilkie R.A.; Madlom M.; Forsyth J.S.; Faed M.J.W., 1985: Wiedemann beckwith syndrome in one of monozygotic twins

Pettenati M.J.; Haines J.L.; Higgins R.R.; Wappner R.S.; Palmer C.G.; Weaver D.D., 1986: Wiedemann beckwith syndrome presentation of clinical and cytogenetic data on 22 new cases and review of the literature

Niesiolowski S., 1987: Wiedemannia jazdzewskii new species and hemerodromia mazoviensis new species new species of empididae diptera brachycera from poland

Joost W., 1980: Wiedemannia koeppeni new species from siberia ussr diptera empididae

Clausen C.K., 1982: Wienbergia new genus for barroisia faxensis porifera demospongia from the middle danian of denmark

Kroeker J.P., 1980: Wiener analysis of functions of a markov chain application to neural transformations of random signals

Abel, L. A.; Quick, R. F. Jr, 1978: Wiener analysis of grating contrast judgments

Kroeker, J. P., 1977: Wiener analysis of nonlinear systems using poisson charlier cross correlation

Pyatigorskii B.Ya; Cherkasskii V.L.; Chinarov V.A., 1984: Wiener analysis of signal transmission by identified neurons of mollusks

Doyle D.J.; Hyde M.L., 1985: Wiener filtering of auditory brainstem responses

Albrecht, V.; Lansky, P.; Indra, M.; Radil-Weiss, T., 1977: Wiener filtration vs averaging of evoked responses

Wickesberg R.E.; Dickson J.W.; Gibson M.M.; Geisler C.D., 1984: Wiener kernel analysis of responses from anteroventral cochlear nucleus neurons

Metz C.E.; Vyborny C.J., 1983: Wiener spectral effects of spatial correlation between the sites of characteristic x ray emission and re absorption in radiographic screen film systems

Prokop, O.; Goehler, W., 1975: Wieners new conception of the heredity of the mn system and some personal observations

Fossheim I.; Telneset T.; Samuelsen I.J., 1985: Wife abuse and the public health service

Walther D.J., 1986: Wife abuse prevention effects of information on attitudes of high school boys

Petro, J. A.; Quann, P. L.; Graham, W. P. Iii, 1978: Wife abuse the diagnosis and its implications/

Dutton, D. G., 1986: Wife assaulter's explanations for assault the neutralization of self punishment

Saravanapavananthan N., 1982: Wife battering a study of 60 cases

Nuttall S.E.; Greaves L.J.; Lent B., 1985: Wife battering an emerging problem in public health

Bjorneboe K.; Malterud K., 1982: Wife battering and the general practitioner

Malterud K.; Bjorneboe K., 1984: Wife battering in general practice

Thomsen H.A., 1980: Wigwamma scenozonion new species prymnesiophyceae from west greenland

Buck W.R., 1986: Wijkia sematophyllaceae in the new world

Degener, O.; Degener, I., 1976: Wikstroemia perdita new species an extinct endemic of a paradise lost by exotic primates

Torrance S.J.; Hoffmann J.J.; Cole J.R., 1979: Wikstromol anti tumor lignan from wikstroemia foetida var oahuensis and wikstroemia uva ursi thymelaeaceae

Tandon, S.; Rastogi, R. P., 1977: Wikstrosin a tri coumarin from wikstroemia viridiflora

Hilgers R., 1982: Wilcoxon mann whitney test as nonparametric analog and extension of t test

Wiersema, G. J., 1975: Wild agricultural lands and wild grasslands in the veluwe section netherlands

Lukoki L.; Marechal R.; Otoul E., 1980: Wild ancestors of cultivated beans vigna radiata and vigna mungo

Ahman, I., 1988: Wild and cultivated crucifers as hosts for dasineura brassicae winn. diptera cecidomyiidae

Okoli B.E., 1984: Wild and cultivated cucurbits in nigeria

Zettler, F. W.; Hennen, G. R.; Bodnaruk, W. H. Jr ; Clifford, H. T.; Sheehan, T. J., 1978: Wild and cultivated orchids surveyed in florida for the cymbidium mosaic virus and odontoglossum ringspot virus

Carpenter J.L.; Hopen H.J., 1985: Wild and cultivated proso millet panicum miliaceum responses to plant growth regulators

Stroud G.D.; Dalgarno E.J., 1982: Wild and farmed lobsters homarus gammarus a comparison of yield proximate chemical composition and sensory properties

Saxegaard F.; Andersen O.; Jantzen E., 1983: Wild animal mycobacterial isolates characterization by cellular fatty acid composition and polar lipid patterns

Kovachev G.; Minkov T., 1983: Wild animals from the prehistoric settlement in rakitovo area bulgaria

Baikov G.K.; Kucherov E.V., 1980: Wild apple tree malus sylvestris in the bashkir assr russian sfsr ussr

Zhitlova N.A., 1980: Wild argentine species solanum gourlayi a source of resistance to mosaic virus m

Semple J.C.; Brammall R.A., 1982: Wild aster lanceolatus x aster lateriflorus hybrids in ontario canada and comments on the origin of aster ontarionis compositae astereae

El Hadidi M.N.; El Ghani M.A.; Springuel I.; Hoffman M.A., 1986: Wild barley hordeum spontaneum in egypt

Nabhan G.P.; Berry J.W.; Weber C.W., 1980: Wild beans of the greater southwest phaseolus metcalfei and phaseolus ritensis

Ghate V.S.; Vartak V.D., 1987: Wild beautiful trees from western maharashtra india for amenity plantations

Pawlikowski T., 1985: Wild bee hymenoptera apoidea communities of the xerothermic dune habitats in the torun basin poland

Scott Dupree C.D.; Winston M.L., 1987: Wild bee population diversity and abundance in orchard and uncultivated habitats in the okanagan valley british columbia canada

Hussein M.H.; Abdel Aal S.A., 1982: Wild bees and honey bees as pollinators of 10 plant species in the assiut area egypt

Anasiewicz, A., 1976: Wild bees apoidea hymenoptera in the association of blossoming red clover

Straley G.B., 1986 : Wild bergamot monarda fistulosa new record lamiaceae new to the northwest territories canada

Senchuk, G. V.; Borukh, I. F., 1976: Wild berries in the belorussian ssr ussr

Skryabina, A. A., 1978: Wild berry and edible mushroom resources in the gorki oblast and the mari assr ussr

Allen J.A.; Raymond D.L.; Geburtig M.A., 1988: Wild birds prefer the familiar morph when feeding on pastry filled shells of the land snail cepaea hortensis muell

Allen J.A., 1984: Wild birds prefer to eat the more familiar of artificial morphs that are similar in color

Wotzel, V. F., 1967: Wild black grouses of the basin in salzburg austria and the northern plains after world war ii distribution and stocks lyrurus tetrix relict population

Fedosenko A.K.; Zhiryakov V.A., 1984: Wild boar ecology and behavior in mountains of the southern and southeastern parts of the kazakh ssr ussr

Kneitz, G.; Jaedicke, J., 1977: Wild boar kills and wild boar distribution in lower franconia west germany

Dardaillon M., 1988: Wild boar social groupings and their seasonal changes in the camargue southern france

Smiet A.C.; Fulk G.W.; Lathiya S.B., 1979: Wild boar sus scrofa cristatus ecology in thatta district pakistan a preliminary study

Price P.W., 1982: Wild buckwheat eriogonum inflatum polygonaceae an enigmatic plant

Bullard R.W., 1982: Wild canid associations with fermentation products

Zaits, K. A.; Arkad'eva, G. E.; Il'ina, V. A., 1975: Wild chamomile preparations

Sanchez E.R.; Erickson R.P., 1986: Wild derived robertsonian translocation in mice chromosome 17 robertsonian translocation 16 17 7 shows novel interactions with t alleles

Togashi, M., 1977: Wild edible plants used by shoichi yokoi on guam island

Kochkareva T.F.; Chukavina A.P., 1985: Wild food plants from khovaling raion central tadzhik ssr ussr

Heikura, K.; Pulliainen, E.; Danilov, P. I.; Erkinaro, E.; Markovsky, V. A.; Bljudnik, L.; Sulkava, S.; Lindgren, E., 1985: Wild forest reindeer rangifer tarandus fennicus lonnb. its historical and recent occurrence and distribution in finland and the karelian assr ussr with special reference to the development and movements of the kuhmo finland kamennojeozero ussr subpopulation

Passarge H., 1987: Wild fruit tree copse communities

Thomas, D. W., 1975: Wild gametophytes of diphasium alpinum in north wales

Yoroi R.; Kato M., 1987: Wild gametophytes of phanerosorus major matoniaceae

Troutman B.C.; King J.W.; Frans R.E., 1981: Wild garlic allium vineale control with glyphosate

Hummel D., 1988: Wild geese 1981 82 in west germany

Zohary D., 1983: Wild genetic resources of crops in israel

Lebedev V.B.; Shkalikov V.A.; Khalvashi Kh M., 1986: Wild grasses as reservoirs of rice blast infection

Kokaya Ts D., 1987: Wild growing citrus plants and their use for breeding purposes

Khodzhimatov K.Kh; Ramazanova N.Kh, 1980: Wild growing essential oil plants of the uzbek ssr ussr usable in the food industry

Vodop'yanova T.D., 1986: Wild growing evergreen mediterranean plants on the northern border of their areas of distribution in the crimea ukrainian ssr ussr

Petrova E.F., 1979: Wild growing fig ficus of the central and eastern kopet dag mountains of turkmen ssr ussr

Bukhalo M.A., 1980: Wild growing flora of the tambov plain russian sfsr ussr

Asadov K.S., 1979: Wild growing fruit trees and bushes in northeast azerbaijan ssr ussr

Malmgren U., 1986: Wild growing rosae in sweden

Schimanski H H.; Kegler H.; Fuchs E., 1987: Wild growing woody rosaceous plants as natural reservoirs of pome and stone fruit viruses

Thompson T.E.; Zimmerman D.C.; Rogers C.E., 1981: Wild helianthus as a genetic resource

Vergara M.D., 1979: Wild hosts of powdery mildew in azapa valley chile and its importance for tomato lycopersicon esculentum cultivation

Wilson, F. D., 1978: Wild kenaf hibiscus cannabinus malvaceae and related species in kenya and tanzania

Jones A.G., 1979: Wild leek allium tricoccum and the recognition of allium burdickii new status liliaceae

Tomori O., 1980: Wild life rabies in nigeria experimental infection and transmission studies with the shrew crocidura sp

Burke D.S.; Heisey G.B., 1984: Wild malaysian cynomolgus monkeys macaca fascicularis are exposed to hepatitis a virus

Bailey R.O., 1979: Wild mallard stocking in a large marsh habitat

Rahm U.; Dietrich H R., 1986: Wild mammals in the city of basel switzerland

Nassar, N. M. A., 1978: Wild manihot spp of central brazil for cassava breeding

Hladun-Ya, D.; Hladun, M. I.; Zayets, Z. S.; Solodkova, T. I.; Stavychnyi, I. M.; Yakymchuk, M. K., 1978: Wild medicinal plant resources in southwestern regions of the chernovtsy oblast ussr

Cherpakova, L. V., 1978: Wild medicinal plants of the poltava region ussr

Khamidov, G., 1975: Wild melliferous plants of the zarafshan valley ussr

Hoffman P.M.; Davidson W.F.; Ruscetti S.K.; Chused T.M.; Morse H.C.IIi, 1981: Wild mouse ecotropic murine leukemia virus infection of inbred mice dual tropic virus expression precedes the onset of paralysis and lymphoma

Pal, B. K.; Mohan, S.; Nimo, R.; Gardner, M. B., 1983: Wild mouse retrovirus induced neurogenic paralysis in laboratory mice 1. virus replication and expression in central nervous system

Barbacid M.; Robbins K.C.; Aaronson S.A., 1979: Wild mouse rna tumor viruses a nongenetically transmitted virus group closely related to exogenous leukemia viruses of laboratory mouse strains

Friesen G.H., 1988: Wild mustard sinapis arvensis control in common buckwheat fagopyrum esculentum with desmedipham and fluorochloridone

Friesen G.H., 1987: Wild mustard sinapis arvensis control in sunflowers helianthus annuus with fluorochloridone

Pfriem P.; Sperlich D., 1982: Wild o chromosomes of drosophila subobscura from different geographic regions have different effects on viability

Somody C.N.; Nalewaja J.D.; Miller S.D., 1984: Wild oat avena fatua and avena sterilis morphological characteristics and response to herbicides

Morishita D.W.; Thill D.C., 1988: Wild oat avena fatua and spring barley hordeum vulgare growth and development in monoculture and mixed culture

Siddiqi M.Y.; Glass A.D.M.; Hsiao A.I.; Minjas A.N., 1985: Wild oat avena fatua barley hordeum vulgare interactions varietal differences in competitiveness in relation to potassium supply

Rathmann D.P.; Miller S.D., 1981: Wild oat avena fatua competition in soybean glycine max cultivar evans

Carlson H.L.; Hill J.E., 1986: Wild oat avena fatua competition with spring wheat triticum aestivum cultivar anza effects of nitrogen fertilization

Henson J.F.; Jordan L.S., 1982: Wild oat avena fatua competition with wheat triticum aestivum and triticum turgidum durum form nitrate

Miller, S. D.; Nalewaja, J. D., 1980: Wild oat avena fatua control with fall applied and spring applied triallate

Miller S.D.; Nalewaja J.D.; Olson W.A., 1979: Wild oat avena fatua control with flufenprop methyl

Chow, P. N. P., 1982: Wild oat avena fatua herbicide studies 1. physiological response of wild oat to 5 post emergence herbicides

Chow, P. N. P.; Taylor, H. F., 1983: Wild oat avena fatua herbicide studies 3. physiological and biochemical bases for interaction of barban and growth regulator herbicides in wild oat

Somody C.N.; Nalewaja J.D.; Miller S.D., 1984: Wild oat avena fatua seed environment and germination

Chow, P. N. P., 1988: Wild oat herbicide studies barban herbicidal activity for wild oat avena fatua l. control as influenced by adjuvants

Chow, P. N. P.; Laberge, D. E., 1978: Wild oat herbicide studies part 2 physiological and chemical changes in barley and wild oats treated with diclofop methyl herbicide in relation to plant tolerance

Tajimi A., 1983: Wild oats as the common host of puccinia graminis f sp dactylidis and puccinia graminis f sp avenae

Hsiao A.I.; Quick W.A., 1985: Wild oats avena fatua seed dormancy as influenced by sodium hypochlorite moist storage and gibberellin a 3

Moyer J.R.; Dryden R.D., 1979: Wild oats green foxtail and broad leaved weeds control and effect on corn yield at brandon manitoba canada

Kamenetskaya I.I., 1987: Wild onions in the southern kazakh ssr ussr

Galdikas B.M.F., 1982: Wild orangutan birth at tanjung puting reserve central indonesian borneo

Nano G.M.; Bicchi C.; Frattini C.; Gallino M., 1979: Wild piedmontese plants part 2 a rare chemotype of tanacetum vulgare abundant in piedmont italy

Henry K.; Crossley K., 1986: Wild pigeon related psittacosis in a family

Bruecher, H., 1975: Wild potatoes of brazil section tuberarium of solanum in south brazil

Mcnevin G.; Harvey G., 1982: Wild proso millet panicum miliaceum control in processing peas pisum sativum and soybeans glycine max

Harvey R.G.; Mcnevin G.R.; Albright J.W.; Kozak M.E., 1986: Wild proso millet panicum miliaceum control with thiocarbamate herbicides on previously treated soils

Levin G.M., 1981: Wild punica granatum in the turkmen ssr ussr

Edmonds, J. W.; Stevens, P.; Shepherd, R. C. H.; Amor, R. L., 1976: Wild rabbit oryctolagus cuniculus populations in a high rainfall area of victoria australia

Nunez S.F.; Favi C.M.; Urcelay V.S.; Sepulveda C.C.; Fabrega G.F., 1987: Wild rabies in insectivorous bats in chile

Rasheed, S.; Charman, H. P.; Gardner, M. B., 1978: Wild rat type c virus isolation and characterization

Skogland T., 1984: Wild reindeer foraging niche organization

Ribeiro, R. D.; Belda-Neto, F. M.; Barretto, M. P., 1979: Wild reservoirs and vectors of trypanosoma cruzi 71. comparative studies on the importance of the portal of entry of meta cyclic trypomastigotes in the experimental infection by trypanosoma cruzi

Ribeiro, R. D.; Barretto, M. P.; Belda-Neto, F. M.; Correa, S. T.; Ferriolli-Filho, F., 1980: Wild reservoirs and vectors of trypanosoma cruzi 75. natural infection of the monkey callithrix jacchus by trypanosoma cruzi

Coehlho P.M.Z.; Dias M.; Mayrink W.; Magalhaes P.; Mello M.N.; Costa C.A., 1979: Wild reservoirs of schistosoma mansoni from caratinga an endemic schistosomiasis area of minas gerais state brazil

Lindenfelser, L. A.; Ciegler, A.; Hesseltine, C. W., 1978: Wild rice as fermentation substrate for myco toxin production

Kernkamp, M. F.; Kroll, R.; Woodruff, W. C., 1977: Wild rice infected by sclerotium sp isolated from white water lily

Anderson, R. A., 1976: Wild rice nutritional review

Kohls C.L.; Percich J.A.; Huot C.M., 1987: Wild rice yield losses associated with growth stage specific fungal brown spot epidemics

Ising, E.; Von-Sprockhoff, H., 1978: Wild rodents as biological indicators for pathogenic bacteria

Imbert Establet D., 1982: Wild rodents naturally infected by schistosoma mansoni in guadeloupe quantitative data about development and fertility of the parasite

Wuethrich B.; Dietschi R.; Keter A.; Zortea Caflisch C., 1985: Wild silk asthma still a current inhalative allergy

Ebner H.; Kraft D., 1987: Wild silk induced bronchial asthma a contribution to the knowledge of allergies caused by bed quilts filled with silk waste

Barradas, M. M.; Alexandre, M. A. V.; Vincente, M., 1979: Wild solanaceae as experimental hosts of viruses 2. solanum lycocarpum solanum mammosum and solanum robustum

Krasnokutskaya, O. N.; Ilatovskii, V. P.; Slyusar, E. L.; Shkuropat, Z. Ya, 1977: Wild species of the genus helianthus a gene pool of immunity to dangerous diseases and pests

Anashchenko A.V.; Popova A.I., 1985: Wild sunflower collection and the possibility of utilizing it for selection

Holbrook H.T.; Vaughan M.R.; Bromley P.T., 1987: Wild turkey habitat preferences and recruitment in intensively managed piedmont forests

Wigley T.B.; Sweeney J.M.; Garner M.E.; Melchiors M.A., 1986: Wild turkey home ranges in the ouachita mountains arkansas usa

Wertz T.L.; Flake L.D., 1988: Wild turkey nesting ecology in south central south dakota usa

Suhr Jessen P.B.; Rasmussen L., 1982: Wild type and food vacuoleless tetrahymena thermophila model for iron uptake and utilization in animal cells

Gaillardin, C. M.; Ribet, A. M.; Heslot, H., 1982: Wild type and mutant forms of homo iso citric dehydrogenase ec 1.1.1.155 in the yeast saccharomycopsis lipolytica

Hodgson J.A.; Lowe P.N.; Perham R.N., 1983: Wild type and mutant forms of the pyruvate dehydrogenase multi enzyme complex from bacillus subtilis

Austin, S., 1976: Wild type and mutant in vitro products of an operon for rna polymerase subunits

Garcia P.D.; Ghrayeb J.; Inouye M.; Walter P., 1987: Wild type and mutant signal peptides of escherichia coli outer membrane lipoprotein interact with equal efficiency with mammalian signal recognition particle

Shinedling S.; Parma D.; Gold L., 1987: Wild type bacteriophage t4 is restricted by the lambda rex genes

Mellors, R. C.; Shirai, T.; Aoki, T.; Huebner, R. J.; Krawczynski, K., 1971: Wild type gross leukemia virus and the pathogenesis of the glomerulo nephritis of new zealand mice

Kourti H.; Leonardopoulos J.; Papavassiliou J., 1979: Wild type indicator strains for the typing of colicins produced by colicinogenic strains

Fultz P.N.; Kemper J., 1981: Wild type iso propyl malate isomerase in salmonella typhimurium is composed of 2 subunits

Sweeney, H. M.; Cohen, S., 1968: Wild type strain of staphylococcus aureus containing 2 genetic linkage groups for enz penicillinase production human

Trowbridge R.S.; Lehmann J.; Torchio C.; Brophy P., 1981: Wild type temperature sensitive and temperature resistant visna viruses isolation and biological comparison

Heginbotham M.; Esler A.E., 1985: Wild vascular plants of the opotiki and east cape region north island new zealand

Ribeiro, R. D.; Belda-Neto, F. M.; Barretto, M. P., 1979: Wild vectors and reservoirs of trypanosoma cruzi 72. behavior of pf strain of trypanosoma cruzi in mice inoculated with flagellates obtained from triatomines infected either by artificial xeno diagnosis or inoculation into the coelomic cavity

Herve J P.; Degallier N.; Rosa A.P.A.T.D.; Sa Filho G.C., 1985: Wild yellow fever in brazil and the risks of urban propagation

Andere D.K., 1981: Wildebeest connochaetes taurinus and its food supply in amboseli basin kenya

Barnard B.J.H.; Van De Pypekamp H.E., 1988: Wildebeest derived malignant catarrhal fever unusual epidemiology in south africa

Wall K., 1987: Wilderness institute school of forestry university of montana usa

Roggenbuck J.W.; Watson A.E.; Stankey G.H., 1982: Wilderness management in the southern appalachians usa

Van Der Meer H.C., 1982: Wildes dot row phenomenon as a special case of aniseikonia

Mills T.J.; Flowers P.J., 1986: Wildfire impacts on the present net value of timber stands illustrations in the northern rocky mountains usa

Godo G., 1980: Wildfowl anseriformes in sogn and fjordane county norway

Soothill E.; Whitehead P., 1978: Wildfowl of the world

Goldstein E.L.; Gross M.; Degraaf R.M., 1983: Wildlife and greenspace planning in medium scale residential developments

Trainer, D. O., 1973: Wildlife as monitors of disease

Cordero R.G.A., 1987: Wildlife composition and diversity at barlovento region miranda state venezuela

Holliday R.J.; Johnson M.S.; Bradshaw A.D., 1979: Wildlife conservation and mining of alluvial tin reserves in southwest england uk

Nevard, T. D.; Penfold, J. B., 1978: Wildlife conservation in britain the unsatisfied demand

Johnson, M. S.; Putwain, P. D.; Holliday, R. J., 1978: Wildlife conservation value of derelict metalliferous mine workings in wales uk

Westmoreland D.; Woolf A., 1984: Wildlife damage to corn in southern illinois usa assessment and control

Hamilton G.A.; Ruthven A.D.; Findlay E.; Hunter K.; Lindsay D.A., 1981: Wildlife deaths in scotland uk resulting from misuse of agricultural chemicals

Val Grant C., 1986: Wildlife distribution and abundance on the utah usa oil shale tracts 1975 1984

Buckner J.L.; Landers J.L.; Barker J.A.; Perkins C.J., 1979: Wildlife food plants following preparation of longleaf pine site in southwest georgia usa

Vilkitis, J. R., 1978: Wildlife habitat as an integral component of a planned unit development

Whyte R.J.; Cain B.W., 1981: Wildlife habitat on grazed or ungrazed small pond shorelines in south texas usa

Flickinger E.L.; King K.A.; Stout W.F.; Mohn M.M., 1980: Wildlife hazards from furadan 3g applications to rice in texas usa

Banks, R. C., 1976: Wildlife importation into the usa 1900 1972

Khan M.A.R., 1986: Wildlife in bangladesh mangrove ecosystem

White D.H.; Krynitsky A.J., 1986: Wildlife in some areas of new mexico and texas usa accumulate elevated dde residues 1983

Wilson R.T., 1979: Wildlife in southern darfur sudan distribution and status at present and in the recent past

Mccomb W.C.; Bonney S.A., 1983: Wildlife information needs of kentucky usa county extension agents

Nagy, J. G., 1973: Wildlife management in the usa

Stone W.B.; Gradoni P.B., 1985: Wildlife mortality related to use of the pesticide diazinon

Saly A., 1981: Wildlife nematodes of selected peat moors in orava czechoslovakia

Saly A., 1979: Wildlife nematodes of the pienin national park czechoslovakia

Mckenzie N.L.; Kenneally K.F., 1981: Wildlife of the edgar ranges area southwest kimberley western australia

Burbidge A.A.; Mckenzie N.L., 1983: Wildlife of the great sandy desert western australia

Burbidge A.A.; Fuller P.J.; Cashin K., 1980: Wildlife of the proposed toolonga nature reserve shark bay shire western australia

Smith L.W., 1982: Wildlife toxicity studies with oxamyl

Clark W.R.; Medcraft J.R., 1986: Wildlife use of shrubs on reclaimed surface mined land in northeastern wyoming usa

Von-Richter, W., 1978: Wildlife utilization and management as a form of land use in botswana

Weiling, F., 1974: Wilhelm olbers focke on the 50th anniversary of his death september 29 1972


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