Section 15

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Lunt, O.R. 1971: Controlled-release fertilizers: achievements and potential. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 19(5): 797-800
Alexander, A.G.; Samuels, G. 1968: Controlled-temperature studies of growth, enzymology, and sucrose production by two sugarcane varieties in Puerto Rico. J. Agric. Univ. P.R 52: 204-17
Bellis, E.D.Cavalcaselle, B. 1967: Controlling. Cellulosa e Carta 18(11): 37-42
Lalova, M. 1968: Controlling 2,4-D-resistant weeds in cereals. Rast. Zasht 16(3): 3-4
Perry, T.R.; Mears, A.D. 1964: Controlling African boxthorn with fenuron. Agric. Gaz. N.S. W 75(8): 1201-3
Fishpool, K.I. 1970: Controlling African boxthorn with fenuron and bromacil. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 81(6): 346-348
Bertus, A.L. 1970: Controlling Azalea petal blight. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 81(5): 286-287
D.V.y, J.E.; Lukezic, F.L.; English, W.H.; Moller, W.J.; Parkinson, B.W. 1965: Controlling Ceratocystis canker of stone fruit trees. Calif Agr 19(10): 2-4
Bigger, J.H.; Johnson, P.E.; Weibel, R.O. 1965: Controlling Hessian fly with phorate and disulfoton. J. econ. Ent, Baltimore, Md. 58(6): 1083-1085
Hicks, R.D. 1966: Controlling Johnsongrass (Sorghum halepense L.) in row crops. Proc. sth. Weed Conf, 1966. 148-9
Anonymous 1971: Controlling Johnsongrass and Raoulgrass on ditchbanks In the Louisiana sugarcane areas, 1971. Sugar Bulletin 49(16): 214-16
Kerr, H.D.; Fletchall, O.H.; Caulder, J. 1969: Controlling Johnsongrass for soybean production. Proc 22nd a. Meet. sth. Weed Sci. Soc, 98-9
Berg, M.A Van, D.En 1969: Controlling Nudaurelia cytherea cytherea by means of pigs. S. Afr. For. J, 69, 14-5
Davis, C.S.; Black, J.H.; Hench, K.W.; Carlson, C.V. 1968: Controlling Pacific flatheaded borer. Calif Agr 22(4): 6-7
Hutchinson, R.W. 1971: Controlling Potato blight. Agriculture North. Ire 45: 429-431
R.E.Labruyere. 1965: Controlling Potato scab by overhead irrigation. Meded. LandbHoogesch. OpzoekStns Gent 30(3): 1670-1682
Paulus, A.O.; Et Al. 1970: Controlling Rhizoctonia seedling disease of Cotton in Southern California. Calif. Agric 24(8): 12-14
Luepschen, N.S.; Jones, A.C.; Smith, L.R. 1970: Controlling Rhizopus rot on Peaches: concentrate and dilute preharvest botran sprays. Prog. Rep. Colo Sta. Univ. Exp. Stn, PR70-3,
Paulus, A.O.; Nelson, J.; Shibuya, F.; Miller, M.; Maire, R.G. 1971: Controlling Rose powdery mildew. Calif. Agric 25(5): 10-11
Echols, H.W.; Biesterfeldt, R.C. 1966: Controlling Texas leaf-cutting ants with mirex. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Sth. For. Exp. Sta, SO-38, 2
D.B.llis, E.; Cavalcaselle, B. 1967: Controlling Thaumetopoea pityocampa by the use of Bacillus thwingiensis. Cellulosa Carta 18(11): 37-42
Cochereau, P. 1965: Controlling a coconut pest in the New Hebrides. Biological control of A. destructor by L. lophantae on Vate island. Oleagineux 20: 50(7-12)
Skala, Z. 1964: Controlling agriculture. Planovane Hosp, Praha 11: 40-3
Vratny, J. 1966: Controlling agriculture by economic instruments in some COMECON countries. Finance Uver, Praha 16(5): 304-10
Clark, W.R. 1969: Controlling alligatorweed in Tulare County. Proc 21st a. Calif. Weed Conf, 43-6
Burth, U.; Ramson, A. 1971: Controlling apple scab and apple mildew in intensive fruit growing. Obstbau, Berlin 11: 27-30
Swain, D.J. 1967: Controlling barnyard grass in rice. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 78(8): 473-5
Anonymous 1968: Controlling bean pests. Not. agric. Serv. Shell Agric, Cagua 5: 33-5
Aczel, J.A. 1965: Controlling Bovine Mastitis. Veterinary Record 77: 612-622
Fosgate, O.T.; Cameron, N.W. 1964: Controlling breeding dates in cattle. Georgia Agr Res 5(4): 10-11
Bowmer, W.J.; Mccully, W.G.; Wiese, A.F. 1967: Controlling broadleaf weeds in asphalt pavements. Proc 20th sth. Weed Conf, 264-9
Miller, R.W. 1970: Controlling broadleaf weeds in turf. Ohio Rep. Res. Dev 55: 54-5
Burma, G.D. 1970: Controlling brush and converting to grass. Proc 11th int. Grassld Congr., Surfers' Paradise, Australia, 172-5
Garcia, G.; Hickey, W.C. 1964: Controlling cane cactus with 2,4-DP. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Notes, RM-15, 2
Fox, I.; Rivera, G.A.; Bayona, I.G. 1969: Controlling cat fleas with dichlorvos-impregnated collars. Journal of Economic Entomology 62(5): 1246-1249
Labelle, R.L. 1965: Controlling cherry scald. Proc. N.Y. St. hort. Soc 110: 117-23
Redaelli, G.; Ruffo, G.; Nani, S. 1970: Controlling chronic staphylococcal mastitis. Atti Soc. Ital. Sci. vet 24: 625-628
Bindra, O.S. 1969: Controlling citrus pests. Indian Hort 13(2): 28-31; 36
Overton, J.R.; Andrews, H. 1966: Controlling cockleburs in soybeans with post-emergence applications of 2,4-DB. Proc. sth. Weed Conf, 1966. 96-102
Lambe, R.C.; Sherwood, C.H. 1967: Controlling conn rots of gladiolus. Ia Fm Sci 21(9): 9-10
Eshet, Y.; Dinur, A. 1970: Controlling cucumber mildew with systemic fungicides. Hassadeh 51(1): 108-111
Carpenter, S.B. 1966: Controlling cull Ohia. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Pacif. Sthwest. For. Range Exp. Sta, PSW-125, 5
Schertz, K.F.; Clark, L.E. 1967: Controlling dehiscence with plastic bags for hand crosses in sorghum. Crop Sci 7: 540-42
Shannon, E.L. 1967: Controlling diseases of home plantings. Coop. Ext. Serv. Circ. N. Mex. St. Univ, 389: 18
Courtney, A.D. 1971: Controlling docks. Agriculture in Northern Ireland 46(1): 29-32
Dorman, F.W.; Hemstreet, C.L.; Little, T.M. 1964: Controlling dry spots on golf greens. Calif Agr 18(8): 1-3
Bravenboer, S.K. 1967: Controlling eelworms in cacti and succulents. Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 22: 350-351
Sumina, I.; Kitamura, Y.; Takenaka, T.; Baba, T.; Usui, Y. 1966: Controlling effect of halogenophenylpyrazolone and halogenophenylhydrazine derivatives on some plant diseases. Ann. phytopath. Soc, Japan 32(4): 175-180
Sumi, H.; Takahi, Y.; Kondo, Y.; Nakagami, K. 1968: Controlling effect of pentachlorobenzyl alcohol on Rice blast. Ann. phytopath. Soc. Japan 34(2): 114-121
Sumina, I.; Matsuura, K.; Kitamura, Y.; Usui, Y. 1967: Controlling effect of phenylhydrazine derivatives on Rice blast in relation to the structural modifications. Ann. phytopath, Soc, Japan 33(3): 132-137
Sumina, I.; Yamaguchi, H.; Kitamura, Y.; Ochiai, M.; Kinugawa, J. 1966: Controlling effect of pyrazole derivatives on some plant diseases. II. Ann. phytopath. Soc. Japan. Takeda Chemical Industries Ltd., Kyoto. 32(3): 159-165
Jonsson, E. 1965: Controlling egg production in hens by means of hormones. Nord. JordbrForsk 47: 343-344
Peterson, P.A. 1970: Controlling elements and mutable loci in maize: their relationship to bacterial episomes. Genetica 41(1): 33-56
Cattanach, B.M.; Isaacson, J.H. 1967: Controlling elements in the mouse X chromosome. Genetics 57(2): 331-346
Cattanach, B.M.; Pollard, C.E.; Perez, J.N. 1969: Controlling elements in the mouse X-chromosome. I. Interaction with the X-linked genes. Genetical Research 14(3): 223-235
Cattanach, B.M.; Perez, J.N.; Pollard, C.E. 1970: Controlling elements in the mouse X-chromosome. II. Location in the linkage map. Genetical Research 15(2): 183-195
Cattanach, B.M. 1970: Controlling elements in the mouse X-chromosome. 3. Influence upon both parts of an X divided by rearrangement. Genetical Research 16(3): 293-301
Raski, D.J.; Hewitt, W.B.; Schmitt, R.V. 1971: Controlling fanleaf virus-dagger nematode disease complex in vineyards by soil fumigation. California Agriculture 25(4): 11-14
Humphrey, W.A., E.Al. 1969: Controlling fruit formation on ornamentals. Amer.Nurserym, 130: 6, 70; 72-3
Kleinsorge, J. 1971: Controlling function of the state monopoly agricultural credit policy in W. Germany. D.W.I. Berichte. Berlin 22(2): 17-24
Brinks, J.S. 1967: Controlling genetic abnormalities in beef cattle A.I. programs. A.I. Dig 15(1): 6-7
Vyskvarko, G.G.; Mikhailyuk, I.B.; Puss, V.M.; Vaselashku, E.G.; Vasilaki, E.M.; Yuresko, M.T. 1971: Controlling grey mould by defoliating the vines. Zashchita Rastenii 16(7): 32-33
Reck, S. 1969: Controlling growth rate and wood density within conifer species by means of genetical selection and intensive culture. Pap 2nd FAO/IUFRO World Consult. For. Tree Breed., Washington. FO-FTB-69-12/2, 7
Kiplinger, D.C.; Mlller, R.O. 1965: Controlling height of poinsettias. Ohio Rep. Res. Dev 50: 76-7
Anonymous 1965: Controlling honey mesquite. Agric. Res, Wash. 14(4): 3-4. figs. 4
Iglesias Oliva, G.; Guerra Fonseca, J.; Klauzer, L. 1970: Controlling infertility in cattle in Cuba. Revta cub. Cienc. vet 1: 3-12
Hobbs, G.A. 1968: Controlling insect enemies of the alfalfa leaf-cutter bee, Megachile rotundata. Can Entomol 100(7): 781-784
Williams, P. 1969: Controlling insect pests of header-harvesters. J. Agric. Vict. Dep. Agric, 67: pt. 1, 8-10
Roy, A.K.; Das, N.D. 1968: Controlling late blight of Potato with some fungicides. Indian Phytopath 21(2): 232-233
Allen, R.N.; Benson, R.J. 1970: Controlling leaf diseases of Bananas. Ground and aerial spraying compared. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 81(10): 558-562
Weihing, J.L.; Wysong, D.S.; Brambl, R. 1969: Controlling leaf rust can increase winter wheat yields. Neb. expl Stn Q 15(4): 4-6
Matthysse, J.G.; Pendleton, R.F.; Padula, A.; Nielsen, G.R. 1967: Controlling lice and chorioptic mange mites on dairy cattle. Journal of Economic Entomology 60(6): 1615-1623
Marquis, D.A. 1965: Controlling light in small clearcuttings. Us Forest Serv Res Pap Ne 39: 1-16
Gordon, H.M.; Boray, J.C. 1970: Controlling liver-fluke: a case for wildlife conservation?. Veterinary Record 86(10): 288-289
Smith, F.F.; Boswell, A.L.; Langford, G.S. 1966: Controlling mealybug infestations on African violet roots. Flor. Nursery Exchange 146: 14-15
Werckmeister, P. 1970: Controlling meristem propagation of cymbidiums by means of light. Erwerbsgartner 24: 354-5
Colbran, R.C. 1966: Controlling nematodes in vineyards. Qd agric. J 92: 577-9
Mai, W.F.; Parker, K.G. 1970: Controlling nematodes increases growth and yield of apples and cherries. Proc. N.Y. St. hort. Soc 115: 207-209
Wilson, H.K.; Herreid, E.O. 1969: Controlling oxidized flavours in high-fat sterilized creams. J. Dairy Sci 52(8): 1229-32
Smith, C.F. 1969: Controlling peach scale. Res. and Fmg, N.C 28: 1-2, 12
Oberle, G.D.; Wingard, S.A. 1967: Controlling peach yellows in a peach breeding program. HortScience 2(2): 55-56
Naylor, A.G. 1966: Controlling pimento rust. Fmr. Jamaica 71: 223-4; 228
Vedder, D.L. 1970: Controlling planktonic algae blooms with cutrine. Proceedings 25th North Central Weed Control Conference, 93-5
Cook, D.J. 1968: Controlling plant growth. Part 1. Rooting compounds. World Crops 20: 24-30
Cook, D.J. 1968: Controlling plant growth. Part 3. Fruit setting and fruit thinning compounds. World Crops 20(4): 62-7
Cook, D.J. 1968: Controlling plant growth. Part 4. Fruit drop inhibition. World Crops 20(6): 62-5
Stone, J.G.; Wade, N.L.; Beattie 1971: Controlling post harvest rots of Peaches. Agric, Gaz. N.SW 82(6): 375-377
Jhamaria, S.L.; Daftari, L.N. 1970: Controlling powdery mildew of Piper betle L. Hindustan Antibiotics Bulletin 12(2): 71-72
Hoffman, G.O. 1967: Controlling pricklypear in Texas. Down to Earth 23(1): 9-12
Corbin, J.B.; Lider, J.V.; Roberts, K.O. 1968: Controlling prune russet scab. Calif. Agric 22(11): 6-7
Towler, W.J.; Austin, M.D. 1964: Controlling red spider mite with polybutenes in 1963. Comm. Gr. 3567, 1129-30
Turner, J.W. 1965: Controlling rough bollworm in southern Queensland cotton. Qd Agric. J, Brisbane 91(7): 436-438
Bukin, V.I. 1969: Controlling seed production by lucerne by wetting the soil. Dokl. vses. Akad. sel'.-khoz. Nauk, 10, 18-20
Simpson, P.C. 1969: Controlling serrated tussock on arable land. Agric. Gaz. N.S. W 80(2): 88-94
Hartmann, G.; Kapp, H. 1964: Controlling serum lipids with a diet preparation based on soya (Naga-di). Schweiz. med. Wochenschr 94: 1173-1176
Parsutin, G.V.; Rumjanceva, E.J.; Novikova, A.N. 1966: Controlling sex in the fowl. Zhivotnovodstvo, Mosk. 28(3): 79-85
Harvey, T.L.; Ely, D.G. 1968: Controlling short-nosed cattle lice with dichlorvos resin strips. J. econ. Ent 61(4): 1128-1129
Grano, C.X. 1970: Controlling small hardwoods with repeated prescribed burns. Forest Farmer, Atlanta. 29(11): 15-6
Johnson, R.C.; Law, J.B. 1967: Controlling soil crusting in sugar beet fields by applying concentrated sulfuric acid. J. am. Soc. Sug. Beet Technol 14: 615-618
Popa, C. 1965: Controlling soil erosion in vineyards by means of intercepting ditches. Lucr. sti. Staf. exp. Dobrogea, Vol. omag. (1944 ), 145-54
Bolton, J. 1971: Controlling soil pH with different N-fertilizers in experiments with rye-grass in pots. Journal of Agricultural Science. UK 77(3): 549-551
Pollock, B.M.; Manalo, J.R. 1969: Controlling substrate moisture.oxygen levels during the imbibition stage of germination. J. Amer. Soc. hort. Sci 94: 574-6
Koelling, M.R.; Blum, B.M. 1967: Controlling taphole depth in. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Ntheast. For. Exp. Sta, NE-61, 4
Anonymous 1969: Controlling the Japanese beetle. Home Gdn Bull. U.S. Dep. Agric, 159: 15
Anonymous 1968: Controlling the Mexican bean beetle. Leafl. U.S. Dep. Agric, 548: 8
Brusilovskii, L. 1966: Controlling the acidity of dairy products by pH. Moloch. Prom 27(8): 20-23
Read, D.C. 1970: Controlling the cabbage maggot, Hylemya brassicae (Diptera : Anthomyiidae), with chemical pesticides. Canad. Ent 102: 667-78
Mcculloch, R.N. 1969: Controlling the cattle tick in New South Wales. Agric. Gaz. N. S. W 80(6): 356-368
Lipatov, I.V.; Kurilec, K.I. 1968: Controlling the danger of explosion and fire in hogging sections. Gidrol. lesohim. Prom 21(4): 17-8
Anonymous 1970: Controlling the eastern tent caterpillar. Home Gdn Bull. U.S. Dep. Agric, 178: 5
Wachendorfer, G. 1969: Controlling the efficacy of antibiotic prophylaxis against psittacosis in imported psittacine birds. Proposals for a standard technique of faecal examination. Dt.tierarztl. Wschr 76: 201-204
Nevill, E.M. 1964: Controlling the elegant grasshopper, Zonocerus elegans Thunb. Tech. Commun. Dep. agric. Tech. Serv. Pretoria. 12: 173-5
Carter, J.S.; Timbury, K.C.; Fielding, J.D. 1971: Controlling the farm business. Farm Management. Kenilworth 1(12): 26-34
Anon. 1966: Controlling the flowering of Aechmea fasciata. Zierpflanzenbau 6: 940-1
Otto, A. 1970: Controlling the flowering of aphelandra by cooling. Gartenwelt 70: 489-90
Stuart, N.W. 1965: Controlling the flowering of greenhouse azaleas. Flor. Nursery Exchange, 144: 11, 22-3
Goertz, H. 1970: Controlling the height of pot chrysanthemums. Erwerbsgartner 24: 545-6
Dekeyser, P.J.; Florent, A. 1969: Controlling the potency of Brucella abortus strain 45/20 vaccine by guinea-pig tests. Vlaams diergeneesk. Tijdschr 38: 347-355
Palaveev, T. 1965: Controlling the reaction of Bulgarian acid soils. Rasteniev'dni Nauki 4: 71-84
Ghena, N.; Florescu, C.; Tudor, T. 1971: Controlling the root system of Golden Delicious on different rootstocks. Revista de Horticultura si Viticultura 20(5): 35-42
Simons, R.K. 1967: Controlling the size of apple trees. Some problems and limitations of the East Malling VII rootstock. Ill. Res 9(2): 10-11
Costa, C.L., E.Al. 1964: Controlling the spotted wilt disease of tomatoes by destroying the vector. II. Comparison between Granutox-5 and spraying the leaves with modern insecticides. Bragantia 23: 281-9
Karnatz, A. 1970: Controlling the start of flowering in black currant seedlings with gibberellin A3. Mitt. Klos-terneuburg 20: 489-96
Otto, A. 1964: Controlling the time of flowering of Vriesia splendens. Dtsch. GartenbWirt 12: 7-8
Hart, G.E.; Schultz, J.; Coltharp, G.B. 1969: Controlling transpiration in Aspen with phenylmercuric acetate. Wat. Resour. Res., Wash 5(2): 407-12
Hawkins, C.A. 1964: Controlling turf quality. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, 75: 981
Peevy, F. 1968: Controlling upland southern hardwoods by injecting undiluted 2,4-D amine. J Forest 66(6): 483-486
Shear, G.M. 1964: Controlling vegetation for the no tillage production of corn. Proc 17th Southern Weed Conf, 82-4
Wicks, G.A. 1969: Controlling weeds from wheat harvest until sorghum harvest with herbicide and tillage. Proc 24th N. cent. Weed Control Conf, 16-17
Fors, A.L. 1967: Controlling weeds in Mexico cane fields. Sugar J 30(1): 12-6
Enenko, I.I. 1972: Controlling weeds in irrigated maize in the Zavolzh'e. Khimiya v sel'skom Khoz-yaisive 10(5): 363-5
Rawson, J.E. 1964: Controlling weeds in peanuts. Qd agric. J 90(11): 656-61
Doyle, A.D. 1968: Controlling weeds in tobacco with benefin. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 79(8): 456-9
Micke, W.C.; Mitchell, F.G.; Mayer, G. 1966: Controlling weight loss during sweet cherry marketing. Calif Agr 20(5): 6-7
Anonymous 1969: Controlling white-fringed beetles. Leafl. U.S. Dep. Agric, 550: 7
Buijtenen, J.P Van 1969: Controlling wood properties by forest management. Tappi 52(2): 257-9
Anonymous 1971: Controls cheese 'meltability'. Fd Engng 43(10): 59-60
Munro, J.M. 1968: Controls in a series of field experiments. Cott. Gr. Rev 45: 42-53
Brooks, R.F. 1969: Controls of aphids on Florida citrus. Proc. Fla St. hort. Soc., 1969. 81: 103-8
Woodward, W.D. 1967: Controls of xanthine dehydrogenase activities in chick tissues. Dissertation Abstracts B, The Sciences and Engineering 28: 791
Nadler, K.; Granick, S. 1970: Controls on chlorophyll synthesis in barley. Plant Physiology 46(2): 240-246
Chautrand, L.; Roux, L. 1964: Controversies on the date of introduction of Pinus pinaster in Les Maures. Rev. for. franc 16(6): 506-10
Reichart, N.A. 1971: Controversy over development and national agricultural policy (analysis and reflections). Idia. Buenos Aires 277: 41-53
Lodos, N. 1967: Contrtbution to the biology of and damage caused by the cocoa Coreid, Pseudotheraptus devastans Dist. (Hemriptera-Coreidae). Ghana J. Sci. 7(3-4): 87-102
Cumming, J.E.; Wright, R.H. 1967: Convection currents that guide mosquitoes. Can Entomol 99(5): 556-558
Rigby, M. 1965: Convection Plumes and Insects. Science 150(3697): 783
Peterson, E.B.; Damman, A.W. 1965: Convection Plumes from Ulmus americana L. Science 148(3668): 392-393
Ward, D.B.; Beckner, J.; Hackman, R. 1965: Convection Plumes from Trees. Science 149(3685): 764
Overman Allen, R. 1968: Convective diffusion in clay systems. Proceedings - Soil Science Society of America 32(5): 616-618
Cho, C.M. 1971: Convectivo transport of ammonium with nitrification in soil. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 51(3): 339-350
Cho, C.M.; Strong, J.; Racz, G.J. 1970: Convectivo transport of orthophosphate (P-31 and P-32) in several Manitoba soils. Can. J. Soil Sci 50: 303-315
Bivens, G.E. 1969: Convenience foods 1955 and 1965. J. Home Econ 61: 26-30
Tinklin, G.L.; Fogg, N.E.; Wakefield, L.M. 1972: Convenience foods: factors affecting their use where household diets are poor. Journal of Home Economics 64(2): 26-28
Tsitsipis, J.A.; Mittler, T.E. 1970: Convenient lighting system for inducing the production of sexual forms of aphids feeding on artificial diets. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 63(3): 1665-1667
Eheart, M.S.; Gott, C. 1964: Conventional and microwave cooking of vegetables. Ascorbic acid and carotene retention and palatability. J. Amer. Dietetic Assoc 44: 116-119
Barbieri, D.; Hoxter, G. 1969: Conventional electrophoresis to separate and estimate formiminoglutamic acid in urine. Values after loads of histidine in persons considered normal. Rev. Fac. Farm. Bioquim. Univ. Sao Paulo. 7: 189
Sadmanov, S.I.; Volgin, V.I. 1969: Conventional energy balances in cows of different breeds and with different contents of fat in milk. Zivotnovodstvo 2, 78-79
Burenius, A. 1964: Conventional logging and barking. Svenska SkogsvForen. Tidskr 62(1): 1-13
Vesely, J.A.; Robison, O.W. 1971: Conventional selection indexes for birth and weaning traits in beef calves. Journal of Animal Science 33(3): 537-540
Hebert, J. 1969: Conventional solubilities of phosphate fertilizers. Bull. Ass. fr. Etude Sol, 4, 41-48
Tate, R.W. 1968: Conventional spray application and influence of nozzle design on droplet size. Proc 21st sth. Weed Conf, 25-31
Inglis, W.G. 1969: Convergence in the structure of the head and cuticle of Euchromadora species and apparently similar nematodes. Bull. Br. Mm. nat. Hist. (Zool.) 17(5): 151-204
Proctor, C.H.; Stines, B. 1972: Conversational activity and the quality of information from interviews for obtaining farm facts. Agricultural Economics Research. Washington, DC 24(1): 16-20
Negi, S.S.; Olmo, H.P. 1971: Conversion and determination of sex in Vitis vinifera L. (sylvestris). Vitis 9(4): 265-279
Viebig, J. 1964: Conversion and extraction of small Spruce wood on a slope. Forst- u. Holzw 19(14): 313-5
Hohenlohe, P.K. 1964: Conversion and extraction of small conifer wood. Forstarchiv 35(10): 207-13
Papendick, K.; Bruhn, G.-A. 1969: Conversion and metabolism experiments on dairy cows with conserved green fodder from permanent grassland. 1. Silage and hay of meadow grass from the second cut 1966 as sole fodder. Z. Tierphysiol. Tierernahr. Futtermittelk 25: 309-20
Papendick, K.; Bruhn, G.-A. 1970: Conversion and metabolism experiments on dairy cows with conserved green fodder from permanent grassland. 2. Silage and hay from hay pasture grass from the first cut 1967 as the sole fodder. Z. Tierphysiol. Tierernahr. Futtermittelk 26(3): 151-62
Papendick, K.; Bruhn, G.-A. 1971: Conversion and metabolism experiments on dairy cows with conserved green fodder from permanent grassland. 3. Silage and hay from meadow grass of the second cut 1967 and of hay from pasture grass of the third cut 1967 as the sole fodder. Zeitschrift fur Tierphysiologie Tierernahrung und Futtermittelkunde 27(5): 259-276
Papendick, K.; Bruhn, G.A. 1969: Conversion and metabolism studies on dairy cows with conserved green fodder from permanent pasture. 1. Silage and hay of meadow grass from the second cut 1966 as sole fodder. Ztschr. Tierphysiol. Tierernahrung Futtermittelk 25: 309-320
Papendick, K.; Bruhn, G.A. 1970: Conversion and metabolism studies on dairy cows with conserved green fodder from permanent pasture. 2. Silage and hay from meadow grass of the first cut in 1967 as sole fodder. Ztschr. Tierphysiol. Tierernahrung Futtermittelk 26: 151-162
Papendick, K.; Bruhn, G.A. 1971: Conversion and metabolism studies on dairy cows with conserved green fodder from permanent pasture. 3. Silage and hay from pasture grass of the second cut 1967 and from meadow grass of the third cut 1967 as sole fodder. Zeitschrift fiir Tierphysiologie, Tierernahrung und Futtermittelkunde 27(5): 259-276
Gheorghiu, A.G.ndos, G.; Ionescu, G.; Saghin, F.C.istea, V. 1966: Conversion factor for milk protein determination by formol titration in various cattle breeds. Lucr. stiint. Inst. Cerc. Zooteh 24: 137-44
Rotaru, C. 1965: Conversion factors for coniferous small wood. Lucr. sti. Inst. Polit. Brasov (Fac. Silv.). 7: 363-77
Hunecke, D. 1966: Conversion factors for constructing wood balances. Holz-Zbl, 92: 96, 1737-9
Lokhorst, G. 1968: Conversion from Osiers to Poplars. Populier, Wageningen 5(3): 44-6
Young, J.A.; Evans, R.A.; Eckert, R.E. 1967: Conversion from weeds to productive grass cover. Symp. Proc. Herbicides Vegetation Mgmt in For, Ranges, Non.crop Lands, Corvallis., 200-4
Goodridge, A.G. 1968: Conversion of. Biochem. J 108: 655-661
Gutenmann, W.H.; Lisk, D.J. 1965: Conversion of 4-(2,4-DB) herbicide to 2,4-D by bluegills. N.Y. Fish Game J 12(1): 108-11
Gutenmann, W.H.; Lisk, D.J. 1964: Conversion of 4-(2,4-DB) to 2,4-dichlorophenoxycro-tonic acid (2,4-DC) and production of 2,4-D from 2,4-DC in soil. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 12: 322-323
Linscott, D.L.; Hagin, R.D.; Dawson, J.E. 1968: Conversion of 4-(2,4-dichlorophenoxy)butyric acid to homologs by alfalfa. Mechanism of resistance to this herbicide. J. agric. Fd Chem 16(5): 844-8
Miron, K.F.; Krapivko, N.M. 1970: Conversion of Alnus incana stands. Lesn. Hoz, 7, 22-5
Mitscherlich, G. 1966: Conversion of Beech stands to Spruce. Allg. Forstzeitschr 21(41): 695-7
Pavelescu, I.M. 1971: Conversion of Beech wood from storm-damaged stands into sawn timber. Industr. Lemn 22(2): 44-50 + smries
Iacob, M. 1971: Conversion of Beech wood with band saws. Industr. Lemn 22(6): 207-10 + smries
Bartels, P.A.; Wagoner, N.; Larsh, H.W. 1968: Conversion of Coccidioides immitis in tissue culture. Mycopathologia et Mycologia Applicata 35(1): 37-41
Loh, H.H.; Berg, C.P. 1971: Conversion of D-tryptophan to nicotinic acid in the rat. Journal of Nutrition 101(12): 1601-1606
Miskus, R.P.; Blair, D.P.; Casida, J.E. 1965: Conversion of DDT to DDD by bovine rumen fluid, lake water and reduced porphyrins. J. agric. Fd Chem, Easton, Pa. 13(5): 481-483
Ko, W.H.; Lockwood, J.L. 1968: Conversion of DDT to DDD in soil and the effect of these compounds on soil microorganisms. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 14(10): 1069-1073
Butcher, J.W.; Kirknel, E.; Zabik, M. 1969: Conversion of DDT to DDE by Folsomia Candida (Willem). Revue Ecol. Biol. Sol 6: 291-298
Farrow, R.P.; Elkins Jr.; E.R.; Cook, R.W. 1966: Conversion of DDT to TDE in canned spinach. J. agric. Fd Chem 14(4): 430-434
Rasulov, D.A. 1965: Conversion of K on certain types of soils of the Dagestan S.S.R. Dokl. Akad. Nauk azerb. SSR 21: 51-54
Yu, M.H.; Spencer, M. 1969: Conversion of L-leucine to certain keto acids by a tomato enzyme preparation. Phytochemistry 8: 1173-8
Poncelet, J. 1966: Conversion of Spruce stands. Bull. Soc. For. Belg 73(3): 150-62
Wagner, C.E Van 1970: Conversion of Williams' severity rating for use with the fire weather index. Information Report, Petawawa Forest Experiment Station, Chalk River. PS-X-21, 5
Brockerhoff, H.; Hoyle, R.J. 1967: Conversion of a dietary triglyceride into depot fat in fish and lobster. Canadian Journal of Biochemistry 45(9): 1365-1370
Obuhovskij, V.M. 1968: Conversion of agriculture to a large-scale mechanized production. Izv. Timirjazev. Sel'.-hoz. Akad, Moskva 2: 201-11
Stephens, J.C.; Miller, F.R.; Rosenow, D.T. 1967: Conversion of alien sorghums to early combine genotypes. Crop Sci 7(4): 396
Schmandke, H. 1965: Conversion of alpha -tocopherol and 2, 5, 7, 8-tetramethyl-2-( beta - carboxyethyl)-6-acetoxychroman to tocopheronolactone in normal and tocopherol-deficient animals. Internat. Ztschr. Vitaminforsch 35: 346-352
Manners, D.J.; Rowe, J.J.M. 1964: Conversion of amylopectin into a glycogen-type polysac-charide by a plant enzyme. Chemy Ind, 44, 1834-5
Joly, R.A., E.Al. 1969: Conversion of an open-chain saponin to dioscin by a Dioscorea floribunda homogenate. Phytochemistry 8: 1445-7
Prica, D.; Pasc, I. 1965: Conversion of apple trees from pyramid to palmette forms. Grad. Via Liv 14(4): 50-6
Aliev, D.A. 1970: Conversion of ascorbic acid in wheat cv. differing in cold resistance. Fiziol. Biokhim. kul'tur. Rast 2(5): 524-6
Massonet, R.; Conquy, T.; Grangaud, R.R. 1965: Conversion of astaxanthin to vitamin A in the albino rat: studies in vitro. Ann. Nutrition Aliment, 19: C655-C658 (with discussion C658-C659)
Harashima, K. 1964: Conversion of Beta-Carotene to Vitamin a by Rat Intestinal Sections. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 90: 211-213
Earle, N.W.; Lambremont, E.N.; Burks, M.L.; Slatten, B.H.; Bennett, A.F. 1967: Conversion of beta -sitosterol to cholesterol in the boll weevil and the inhibition of larval development by two aza sterols. J. econ. Ent 60(1): 291-293
Gross, J.; Budowski, P. 1966: Conversion of carotenoids into vitamins A(1) and A(2) in two species of freshwater fish. Biochemical Journal 101(3): 747-754
El-Fouly, M.M.; Ismail, A.A. 1969: Conversion of chlorocholine chloride-14C to choline chloride by cotton leaf extracts. Phyton. B. Aires 26(1): 1-2
Rosenfeld, R.S.; Zumoff, B.; Hellman, L. 1967: Conversion of cholesterol injected into man to cholestanol via a 3-ketonic intermediate. Journal of Lipid Research 8(1): 16-23
Joly, R.A., E.Al. 1969: Conversion of cholesterol to an open-chain saponin by Dioscorea floribunda. Phytochemistry 8: 857-9
Bankston, J.R. 1970: Conversion of cores to studs. For. Prod. J 20(5): 17-20
Reizenstein, P. 1967: Conversion of cyanocobalamin to a physiologically occurring form. Blood 29(4): 494-500
Mlinsek, D. 1968: Conversion of degraded forests in Slovenia. Gozd. Vestn 26(5/6): 129-53
Kielanowski, J. 1966: Conversion of energy and the chemical composition of gain in bacon pigs. Anim Prod 8(1): 121-128
Mulay, S.; Henneberry, G.O.; Common, R.H. 1968: Conversion of estradiol-17-alpha to estrone by the hen in vivo. Steroids 12(1): 87-99
Morronosov, A.T.; Nekrasova, G.V. 1970: Conversion of exogenous alanine-l-14C in potato leaves. Uch. Zap. urafsk. Univ, 113, 98-106
Gere, T. 1970: Conversion of feed to milk at different liveweights by crossbred Black Pied and Jersey cows. Izv. Timirjazev. Sel'skohoz. Akad, 182-188:
Church, J.A.; Stanley Harris, G. 1967: Conversion of fire-regenerated Pinus pinaster to Pinus radiata. Nz J Forest 12(1): 63-77
Viljcinskii, A.D.; Slpkova, E.N. 1970: Conversion of food for milk in Black Pied cows. Trudy belorussk. nauchno-issled. Inst. Zhivot 9: 34-37, 263-264
Mellati, A.M.; Beck, J.C.; Dupre, J.; Rubinstein, D. 1970: Conversion of glucose to lipid by human adipose tissue in vitro. Metabolism, Clinical and Experimental 19(11): 988-994
Bacinskij, P.P. 1969: Conversion of glucose-6-phosphate to fructose by enzymes of haemolysed erythrocytes after loading with sugar. Vop. med. Him 15: 256-261
Chandrasekhara, N.; Rao, M.V.L.; Srinivasan, M. 1968: Conversion of glucuronolactone into ascorbic acid in man. Amer. J. Clin. Nutrition. 21: 736-738
Winkler, B.; Rathgeb, I.; Steele, R.; Altszuler, N. 1970: Conversion of glycerol to glucose in the normal dog. American Journal of Physiology 219(2): 497-502
Vittal Rao, S.; Mahboob Ali, S. 1970: Conversion of grain type and improvement in combining ability of dent inbred lines of maize by reciprocal back-crossing. Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 30(1): 222-229
Burd, C.J.S. 1969: Conversion of home-grown. Timb. Tr. J, 269: 4839, 55-8
Day, F.G. 1969: Conversion of indigenous forest to exotic species in Westland. N.Z. J. For 14(2): 205-9
Rayle, D.L.; Purves, W.K. 1967: Conversion of indole-3-ethanol to indole-3-acetic Acid in cucumber seedling shoots. Plant Physiology 42(8): 1091-1093
Hofle, H.H. 1971: Conversion of industrial wood: problems and developments. Holz-Zbl, 97: 145, 2107-9
Maruhama, Y. 1970: Conversion of ingested carbohydrate-14C into glycerol and fatty acids of serum triglyceride in patients with myocardial infarction. Metabolism, Clinical and Experimental 19(12): 1085-1093
Garelkov, D.E.Al 1969: Conversion of low-yield hardwood forests. Rekonstrukcija na nizkoproduktivnite sirokolistni gori, Izdatelstvo na Balgarskata Akademija na Naukite,Sofia, Bulgaria: 152
Young, J.A.; Evans, R.A. 1972: Conversion of medusahead to downy brome communities with diuron. Journal of Range Management 25(1): 40-43
Gordon, R.S.; Sizer, I.W. 1965: Conversion of Methionine Hydroxy Analogue to Methionine in the Chick. Poultry Science 44: 673-678
Lee, S.S.; Fang, S.C. 1971: Conversion of monuron to ethyl-N-p-chlorophenyl carbamate by Soxhlet extraction of plant tissue with ethanel. Journal - Association of Official Analytical Chemists 54(6): 1361-1365
Hall, J.L.; Weybrew, J.A.; Mann, T.J. 1965: Conversion of Nicotine to Nornicotine in Grafts between Cherry-red Tobacco and Related Materials. Plant Physiology 40(1): 45-48
Merker, J. 1965: Conversion of nicotine to nornicotine, and alkaloid content of leaves of Nicotiana tabacum. 3. Effects of maturity and drying. Ber. Inst. TabForsch 12(2): 117-37
Hahlbrock, K.; Tapper, B.A.; Butler, G.W.; Conn, E.E. 1968: Conversion of nitriles and alpha-hydroxynitriles to cyanogenic glucosides in flax seedlings and cherry laurel leaves. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 125(3): 1013-1016
Sarria V.; D.; Cassalett D.C. 1969: Conversion of normal maize into maize with the opaque-2 gene. Revista Instituto Colombiano Agropecuario 4(4): 201-213
Morozov, P.V. 1964: Conversion of oats into fatuoids and wild oats. Agrobiologija (Agrobiology). 6, 868-72
Kraus, J.F. 1965: Conversion of oleoresin yields from short-season microchipping to full-season yields from standard chipping. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Stheast. For. Exp. Sta, SE-48, 4
Ko, W.H.; Farley, J.D. 1969: Conversion of pentachloronitrobenzene to pentachloroaniline in soil and the effect of these compounds on soil microorganisms. Phytopathology 59(1): 64-67
Freudenberg, K.; Torres Serres, J. 1967: Conversion of phenylalanine into lignin-forming glucosides. Justus Liebigs Annalen der Chemie, Weinheim. 703: 225-30
Jorgensen, G.N.; Larson, B.L. 1968: Conversion of phenylalanine to tyrosine in the bovine mammary secretory cell. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 165(1): 121-126
Gavrilova, V.A. 1968: Conversion of reserve materials in leaf buds of some cherries and plums in relation to their winter hardiness. Vestn. sel'skohoz. Nauk. (Rec. agric. Sci.). 11, 103-05
Chiang, H.C.; Sisson, V.R.; Smussen, D. 1969: Conversion of results of concentrated samples to density estimates of egg and larval populations of the northern corn rootworm. J. econ. Ent 62(3): 578-583
Gunther, B.; Luthardt, H.; Nicht, J. 1971: Conversion of sawdust and bark into board products (II). Holzindustrie 24(8): 231-6
Hofle, H.H. 1972: Conversion of small conifer wood, now and in the future. Allg. Forstzeitschr 27(20): 383-4
Samorodova-Bianki, G.B.; Bazarova, V.I. 1971: Conversion of soluble polyphenoloxidase and phenol compounds in apple peel during ripening and storage. Fiziologiya Rastenii 18(5): 1031-1037
Guyer, H. 1964: Conversion of sown meadows to stands similar to natural meadows. Schweiz. landw. Forsch 3(1): 88-92
Rajki, S. 1965: Conversion of spring into winter wheat and its genetic interpretation. Novenytermeles 14: 97-114
Leppik, L.A.; Khlebnikov, P.A. 1967: Conversion of substances in underground organs of Russian knapweed. Resp. mezhved. Sb. Akad. Nauk. ukr. SSR, Rost. Ustoich. Rast 3: 147-52
Aliev, A.A. 1967: Conversion of synthetic N compounds in the gastro-intestinal tract of ruminants. Zivotnovodstvo 1, 87-90
Miklavzic, J. 1965: Conversion of the Bela Krajina heaths and degraded woodland (created by litter removal) into productive forests. Zborn. Inst. Gozd. Lesn. Gospod. Sloven, 4, 1-87
Reinhold, F.K. 1968: Conversion of the Valdivian virgin forest into economic forests. Maderero 24; 25, 11-2; 14-5
Langer, B.W.; Smith, W.J.; Theodorides, V.J. 1971: Conversion of the alpha-hydroxy and alpha-keto analogues of methionine to methionine by cell-free extracts of adult female Ascaris suum. Journal of Parasitology 57(4): 836-839
Niblett, C.L.; Semancik, J.S. 1969: Conversion of the electrophoretic forms of cowpea mosaic virus in vivo and in vitro. Virology 38(4): 685-693
Davidson, J.; Mathieson, J. 1965: Conversion of the energy of the food into edible energy by two types of table poultry. British Journal of Nutrition 19(3): 353-359
Schneider, E.F. 1967: Conversion of the plant growth retardant (2-chloroethyl)trimethylammonium chloride to choline in shoots of chrysanthemum and barley. Canadian Journal of Biochemistry 45(3): 395-400
Kikuchi, M.; Hayashi, K. 1969: Conversion of thiamine into its phosphoric esters in germinating broad beans. Bot. Mag, Tokyo, 82: 967, 28-31
Bol, M.; Tromp, P. M. 1968: Conversion of tree-lengths into a standard assortment at the forest road. Ned. Bosb. Tijdschr 40(10): 371-80
Kerbes, E.L.; Mcintosh, J.A. 1969: Conversion of trees to finished lumber-the volume losses. For. Chron 45(5): 348-52
Wheeler, A.W.; King, H.G.C. 1968: Conversion of tryptophan to auxin by phenolic esters from leaves of dwarf french bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). Phytochemistry 7: 1057-63
Huser, R. 1969: Conversion of urea in raw humus. Forstwiss. Cbl 88(3): 149-59
Phan, C.-T. 1970: Conversion of various substrates to ethylene by flowers. Physiol. Plant 23: 981-4
Srivastava, R.P.; Agarwal, N.C. 1965: Conversion of wild pear trees into commercial varieties by frame-working. Punjab hort. J 5: 19-23
Navolockij, A.V. 1964: Conversion of winter into spring wheat in spring-wheat breeding. Agrobiologija (Agrobiology). 834-48
Mannan, M.A. 1966: Conversion products at various time intervals for water-soluble phosphorus compounds when applied to Houston Black, Beaumont and Nacogdoches soils. Dissertation Abstracts 26: 6272
Duerr, W.A.; Guttenberg, S. 1968: Conversion surplus as a measure of value. For. Chron 44(4): 24-7
Anonymous 1964: Conversion tables for the agricultural sector. Herleidingstafels voor de landbouwsector, Min. Landbouw.,Den Haag, Netherlands: 72
Stockstad, D.S.; Barney, R.J. 1964: Conversion tables for use with the national fire-danger rating system in the Intermountain area. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Intermt. For. Range Exp. Sta, INT-12, 6
Koch, H.-J. 1969: Conversion to a more rational crown shape in sweet cherry growing. Obstbau, Berlin 9: 107-9
Sainsbury, D.W. 1970: Conversions and adaptations of farm buildings with particular reference to health. Veterinary Record 87(22): 672-675
Schlenk, H.; Gerson, T.; Sand, D.M. 1969: Conversions of non-biological polyunsaturated fatty acids in rat liver. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 176(4): 740-747
Elovson, J. 1965: Conversions of palmitic and stearic acid in the intact rat. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 106(2): 291-303
Kurilov, N.V.; Kosharov, A.N.; Makart-Sev, N.G.; Ptashkin, A.A.; Solov'ev, A.M.; Kharitonov, L.V. 1972: Conversions of proteins and amino acids in the lumen and wall of the digestive tract in ruminants. Sel'skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya 7(2): 163-170
Casebow, A.J. 1967: Convert water hyacinth to methane?. PANS(C) 13(3): 243-4
Tew, R.K. 1969: Converting Gambol oak sites to grass reduces soil-moisture depletion. Res. Notes U.S. Forest Serv, INT-104: 4
Koch, P. 1968: Converting Southern Pine with chipping head-rigs. Sth. Lumberm, 217: 2704, 131-8
Grammel, R. 1967: Converting and supplying Beech pulpwood in long lengths. Holz-Zbl, 93: 150, 2326-7
Mesavage, C. 1969: Converting dendrometer estimates of outside-bark stem diameters to wood diameters on major Southern Pines. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Sth. For. Exp. Sta, SO-93, 4
Wendel, G.W. 1971: Converting hardwoods on poor sites to White Pine by planting and direct seedling. US For. Serv. Res. Pap. Ntheast. For. Exp. Sta, NE-188, 18
Caleda, A.A. 1964: Converting oak (Quercus spp.) stand into Benguet pine (Pinus insularis Endl.) forest. Philipp. J. For 16(3/4): 129-39
Anderl, J. 1964: Converting small wood in farm forests. Holz-Kurier, Wien. 19(12): 1-6
Belyaev, V.A. 1965: Converting solonetz soils to meadows in the virgin lands. Russ. Zem-ledelie, 2, 45-7
Gluscenko, I.E.; Kruzkova, I.V.; Hor'kov, E.I. 1968: Converting winter wheat to spring at the vernalization stage. Dokl. vses. Akad. sel'skohoz. Nauk. Lenin (Rep. All-Un. Lenin Acad. agric. Sci.). 8, 2-5
Gemmill, A.V. 1964: Converts surplus milk to concentrates and drys. Food Engng 36(4): 54-56
Gugin, A. 1965: Conveyance of dried dairy products by compressed air. Moloch. Prom 26(9): 19-22
Ghosh, B.N. 1967: Conveyance of wet parchment coffee beans by an auger. J. agric. Engng Res 12: 274-80
Bokscanin, J. P.; Misin, V.A. 1965: Conveyor for heating logs. Derev. Prom 14(1): 10-2
Fridenberg, G. 1965: Conveyor for sugar. Moloch. Prom 26(9): 25-26
Voevoda, D.K.; Et Al 1966: Conveyor with a gravity ejection device. Lesn. Prom, 2, 12-4
Mound, L.A. 1970: Convoluted maxillary stylets and the systematics of some phlaeothripine Thysanoptera from Casuarina trees in Australia. Aust. J. Zool 18(4): 439-63
Anonymous 1967: Convolvulus or morning glory or bindweed or cornbind and cape ivy and sorrel and periwinkle can now be controlled in garden and field. Service, Ivon Watkins, 68. 10-12
Savage, D.C.L.; Mcadam, W.A.F. 1967: Convulsions due to hypomagnesaemia in an infant recovering from diarrhoea. Lancet 7509: 234-236
Botey Sala, J.; Vilaltella, T.; Papi, R.; Conde, C. 1968: Convulsions in infants. Pyridoxine dependency of twin sisters. Rev. espanola Pediat 24: 133-148
Gluckman, L.K.; Cook, J. 1969: Cook's voyages to New Zealand in medical perspective. New Zealand Medical Journal 70(449): 219-222
Hashimoto, M.; Mori, K. 1968: Cook-chemical studies on the edible oils. 3. On the fat of dry seasoned noodle. J. Jap. Soc. Food Nutrition. 20: 363-367
Pfitzenreuter, A.; Groper . 1965: Cooked cheese manufacture in the Groper dairy at Amelunxen. Molkereizeitung, Hildesh 16(18): 665-66
Shen, T.; Bird, H.R.; Sunde, M.L. 1970: Cooked full-fat soybeans for turkey poults. Poultry Sci 49: 1738-1740
Caleffi, A.; Nizzola, I.; Tagliati, E. 1969: Cooked maizemeal for fattening pigs. Suinicoltura 10(8): 29-32
Brinkman, G.L.; Rose, J. 1970: Cookies containing fish protein concentrate as a substitute for skim milk in a school feeding program. Nutrition Reports International 1: 291-295
Chikubu, S.; Endo, I.; Tani, T. 1968: Cooking and eating qualities of milled rice. 3. Some characteristics of rice grown in Hokkaido. J. Jap. Soec. Food Nutrition. 21: 265-269
Webb, B.D. 1967: Cooking and processing qualities required of rice varieties in the United States-their evaluation in rice breeding programs. News Lett. FAO Internat. Rice Comm, 115-25
Borasio, L.; De Rege, F.; Ranghino, F.; Leonzio, M. 1964: Cooking characteristics of rice determined by different tests: iodine test, Refai test, alkali test etc. Riso. Milano 13: 58-78
Stuckey, I.H.; Tucker, R.E.; Sheehan, J.E. 1964: Cooking qualities of Rhode Island potatoes. American Potato Jour 41(1): 1-13
Muller, F.M. 1967: Cooking quality of pulses. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 18(7): 292-295
Zaehringer, M.V.; Ludwig, J.W.; Muller, F.M. 1969: Cooking quality of some Dutch potato varieties. Europ. Potato J 12: 225-37
Takaci, K.; Masuda, T. 1970: Cooking rate and cost of food material in industrial mass feeding. 7. Studies on mass feeding. J. Sci. Labour. 46: 73-79
Burr, H.K.; Kon, S.; Morris, H.J. 1968: Cooking rates of dry beans as influenced by moisture content and temperature and time of storage. Food Technology 22(3): 88-90
Neal-Smith, C.A.; Wright, L.G. 1969: Cool season performance of some tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea) lines at Canberra, A.C.T. Aust. J. exp. Agric. Anim. Husb, 9: 38, 304-9
Hall, E.G.; Scott, K.J. 1964: Cool storage of pears. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 75: 1216-21
Tomalin, A.W.; Robinson, J.E. 1971: Cool storage only suitable for top-class fruit. Grower 76(14): 674-675
Peper, H. 1969: Cool storage, one means of economizing on the work involved in dispatch. Gartenwelt 69: 162-3
Roussel. J.D 1971: Cool-headed cows produce more in Louisiana study. Hoard's Dairym, 116: 988
Mengersen, F. 1967: Coolabah a new dual purpose oat for the central and southern districts. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 78(11): 633-6
Bazhanova, L.I.; Gisin, I.B.; Zubova, N.D. 1969: Cooler for ice cream mix. Moloch. Prom 30(12): 11-13
Silen, R.R.; Keane, G. 1969: Cooling a Douglas-Fir seed orchard to avoid pollen contamination. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Pacif. Nthwest. For. Range Exp. Sta, PNW -101, 10
D.M.aker, J.; Merkens, W. 1969: Cooling and distribution of mushrooms. Champignoncultuur 13: 293-6
Otto, A. 1967: Cooling and keeping quality of carnations. Gartenwelt 67: 472
Otto, A. 1968: Cooling and lasting quality of cut flowers. Gartenwelt 68: 412-15
Patchen, G.O.; Schomer, H.A. 1971: Cooling and shipping sweet cherry gift packages. Agricultural Research Service, US Department of Agriculture, 52-66, 7
Paulavicute, A.A. 1967: Cooling as an element of the temperature regime during incubation of duck eggs in a Universal-45 incubator. Trudy vses. sel'.-khoz. Inst. zaochn. Obrazov, 24, 74-82
Mergl, M. 1967: Cooling box. Prum. Potravin 18(2): 100-01
Burges, H.D.; Burrell, N.J. 1964: Cooling bulk grain in the British climate to control storage insects and to improve keeping quality. J. Sci. Fd Agric 15(1): 32-50
Sirokov, E.P. 1966: Cooling cabbages with air at sub-zero temperatures during storage. Izv. timirjazev. sel.'-hoz. Akad, 6, 218-24
Fockens, F.H.; Van Laar, H.J. 1964: Cooling horticultural products by means of cold air. Groent. en Fruit. 20: 1115
Fluckiger, E.; Siegenthaler, U. 1970: Cooling milk on the farm with well or mains water. Schweiz. Milchztg. 96(55): 441-43
Evenhuis, B. 1964: Cooling milk with crushed ice. Off. Org. K. ned. Zuivelb 56(35): 782-85
Wiersma, O.; Van Soest, G.J.A. 1967: Cooling mushrooms after harvesting. Champignon-cultuur 11: 196-8
Anon. 1969: Cooling of butter after packaging. Maelkerttidende 82(16): 336-38
Anonymous 1965: Cooling of chipboard after the press?. Hermal Report, Munchen. 2, 8-10
Nizzola, I. 1969: Cooling of creams for buttermaking. Industrie aliment, Pinerolo. 8(5): 88-90
Latyseva, N.; Stepanov, S.; Ledenev, S. 1966: Cooling of duck and fowl eggs. Ptitsevodstvo 16(12): 22-23
Sanskova, A. 1967: Cooling of eggs increases hatchability of chicks. Ptitsevod-sivo 17(8): 28
Pieh, K. 1965: Cooling of fruit and vegetables. Dtsche Gartenb Wirt 13: 136-40
Jorgensen, H. 1970: Cooling of milk as a means of preventing cooked flavour and reducing Cu contents of cream and butter. Maelkeritidende 83(7): 144-47
Tiersonnier, B. 1970: Cooling of milk on the farm and collection by tanker. Genie rur 63(12): 673-677
Eisenreich, L. 1968: Cooling of milk on the farm from the viewpoint of modern milking and milk transport systems. Fette Seifen AnstrMittel 70(4): 298-300
Zhukov, V.P.; Mikhailov, N.; Ostapenko, N.I. 1971: Cooling of particle boards after removal from the press. Derev. Prom 20(7): 3-4
Stadhouders, J. 1968: Cooling of raw milk immediately after production as a main factor for controlling the bacterial growth during storage at 4 degrees C. Netherlands Milk and Dairy Journal 22(4): 173-178
Markowski, S. 1968: Cooling ponds and heated industrial waters as potential environments of schistosomiasis in Britain. Journal of Helminthology 42(1): 81-115
Miah, A.H.; Reinbold, G.W.; Vedamuthu, E.R.; Hammond, E.G. 1969: Cooling rates of green Cheddar cheese under normal conditions and under immersion in brine. J. Dairy Sci 52(7): 971-75
Cargill, B.K.E.Al. 1969: Cooling stations and handling practices for quality production of red tart cherries. Ext. Bull. Mich. St. Univ. coop. Ext. Serv, 659: 8
Gaston, H.P.; Mcmanus, G.J.; Cargill, B.F. 1968: Cooling stations for red tart cherry orchards. Ext. Bull. Mich. St. Univ., Fm Sci. Ser, 615: 6
Thaer, R. 1969: Cooling steamed potatoes. KTBL-Ber. Landtechnik, Frankfurt aM, 128, 160
Mittelholzer, A.S. 1969: Cooling system for glasshouses in the tropical zones. Agronomia trop 19(2): 161-6
Fuquay, J.W.; Brown, W.H.; Mcgee, W.H.; Cardwell, J.T.; Hutson, F.M. 1971: Cooling system tested for dairy cows. Miss. Fm Res 34(5): 1-2
Mitchell, F.G.; Parsons, R.A.; Mayer, G. 1971: Cooling trials with plastic tray pack nectarines in various containers. California Agriculture 25(9): 13-15
Steenbergen, A.E. 1971: Cooling yoghurt by means of tube-type heat exchangers. Officieel Org. K. ned. Zuivelbond 63(42): 996-998
Berthod, J. 1969: Cooperage in Burgundy. Rev. for. franc 21(6): 585-7
Levi, Y. 1969: Cooperation and regional planning in developing countries. (Int. Issue Centro Sociale, 16, 87/90.). Int. Rev. Community Dev., Roma (New Ser.). 21/22, 123-32
Tromp , H. 1969: Cooperation between forest and sawmill in canton Vaud. Holz-Kurier, Wien. 24(15): 1-2
Starc, A. 1972: Cooperation between the social sector and private farmers. Yugoslav Village. Zagreb: Department of Rural Sociology, 83-106
Luse, R.A. 1970: Cooperation for better plant protein resources on the international and national levels. Improving plant protein by nuclear techniques. Proceedings of a symposium, Vienna, 8-12 June Jointly organized by the IAEA and FAO, 1970. 439-41
Winkler, W. 1971: Cooperation in French agricultural legislation. Ber. Landw., Hamburg 48(3): 511-28
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Compère, R.; Burny, A.; Riga, A.; François, E.; Vanuytrecht, S. 1965: Copper in the treatment of molybdenosis in the rat: determination of the dose of the antidote. Journal of Nutrition 87(4): 412-418
Van Campen, D.R. 1969: Copper interference with the intestinal absorption of zinc-65 by rats. Journal of Nutrition 97(1): 104-108
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Steele, R.W. 1970: Copulation and oviposition behaviour of Ephestia cautella (Walker) (Lepidoptera : Phycitidae). Journal of Stored Products Research 6(3): 229-245
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Dewsbury, D.A. 1969: Copulatory behaviour of rats (Rattus norvegicus) as a function of prior copulatory experience. Animal Behaviour 17(2): 217-223
Folman, Y.; Volcani, R. 1966: Copulatory behaviour of the prepubertally castrated bull. Animal Behaviour 14(4): 572-573
Bermant, G.; Clegg, M.T.; Beamer, W. 1969: Copulatory behaviour of the ram,. Ovis avies. I. A normative study. Anim. Behav 17: 700-705
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Kapusta, G. 1970: Cora growth stage tolerance to post-emergence applied SD 15418. Proceedings 25th North Central Weed Control Conference, 32-3
Accatino L.; P. 1966: Corahila Potatoes freed from virus by means of meristem culture. Agricultura tec 26(1): 34-39
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Berg, B. 1966: Cordon plums hold promise of cost savings for growers. West. Fruit Gr 20(5): 22-3
Ali, S.M.; Farooqui, M.N. 1969: Cardonicola blaberi n. gen. n. sp. from the black roach Blaberus sp. and Cordonicolidae fam. nov. from Marathwada, India. Rivista di Parassitologia 30(2): 121-123
Walker, W.D. 1971: Cordophilus sagittus in Swaziland. Veterinary Record 88(13): 342-343
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Anonymous 1969: Cork or boron deficiency disorders in pome fruit. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 80: 461-4
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Anonymous 1967: Corn. Crops and Soils 19(7): 20
Allmaras, R.R.; Nelson, W.W. 1971: Corn (Zea mays L.) root configuration as influenced by some row-interrow variants of tillage and straw mulch management. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings 35(6): 974-980
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Costa, D.M.; Eusebio, J.A.; Alcantara, P.F.; Gonzales, R.R. 1968: Corn bran-fish meal combination with varying protein levels for growing pigs. Philippine Agriculturist 52: 277-286
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Anonymous 1966: Corn contracts. Barley remains a gamble. Fm Busin, Burgess Hill 5(4): 27-34
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Wahlstrom, R.C.; German, C.S.; Libal, G.W. 1970: Corn distillers dried grains with solubles in growing-finishing swine rations. J. Animal Sci 380: 532-535
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Alessi, J.; Power, J.F. 1971: Corn emergence in relation to soil temperature and seeding depth. Agronomy Journal 63(5): 717-719
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Anderson, W.B.; Kemper, W.D. 1964: Corn growth as affected by aggregate stability, soil temperature, and soil moisture. Agron J 56(5): 453-456
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Anonymous 1971: Corn lodging linked to stalk sugar levels. Crops and Soils 23(8): 19-20
Anonymous 1968: Corn marigold (gold-ings, yellow oxeye, yellow bottle). Advis. Leafl. Minist. Agric. Fish. Fd, Lond, 529: 4
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Hagima-Calin, I. 1970: Corn peroxidase during the first stages of development. Studii Cerc. Bio-chim 13(1): 47-53
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