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Brewbaker, J.L.; Crozier, J.A., J.; Ito, P.J.; Williams, D.D.F. 1966: Performance trials of commercial sweet corn hybrids and varieties in Hawaii, 1962-1965. Tech. Progr. Rep. Hawaii Agric. Exp. Sta, 149, 22
Fruit, R. 1970: Performance trials of starch varieties, 1969. Pomme d. Terre franc, 337, 33-35
Innes, N.L. 1966: Performance under irrigation of medium staple cotton varieties introduced into the Sudan. Emp. Cott. Gr. Rev 43: 9-17
Williams, J.N., Ii 1965: Performance, carcass characteristics and ultrasonic estimates of changes in muscle and fat of bulls, steers and heifers. Dissertation Abstracts 26: 1847
Kornegay, E.T.; Vander Noot, G.W. 1968: Performance, digestibility of diet constituents and Nretention of swine fed diets with added water. J. Animal Sci 27: 1307-1312
Kvapil, O.; Klusacek, J. 1970: Performance, fattening capacity and carcass value in Improved White and Landrace pigs bred in the Research Institute of Pig Breeding in Doudleby n. Orlici. Ved. Pr. vyzk. Ust. Chov Prasat Kosteci nad Orlici 3: 25-30
Sinha, H.; Prasad, K. 1967: Performance, transformation and movement of urea in acid soils. J Indian Soc Soil Sci 15(4): 281-287
Engel, C.; Sorger, K. 1970: Performation of the large intestine in generalized aspergillosis. Zentbl. Chir 95(10): 325-329
Windmueller, H.G.; Spaeth, A.E. 1966: Perfusion in situ with tritium oxide to measure hepatic lipogenesis and lipid secretion. Normal and orotic acid-fed rats. Journal of Biological Chemistry 241(12): 2891-2899
Linzell, J.L.; Fleet, I.R.; Mepham, T.B.; Peaker, M. 1972: Perfusion of the isolated mammary gland of the goat. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Physiology and Cognate Medical Sciences 57(2): 139-161
Care, A.D.; Sherwood, L.M.; Potts, J.T.; Aurbach, G.D. 1966: Perfusion of the isolated parathyroid gland of the goat and sheep. Nature 209(5018): 55-57
Wolff, K.; Ruosch, W.; Eckert, J. 1969: Perfusion technique for the recovery of Dicrocoelium dendriticum from livers of sheep and cattle. Z. ParasitKde. Inst. Parasit., Winterthurer Strasse 260, CH-8057 Zurich 33: 85-88
Chaptal, J.; Jean, R.; Crastes, D.P.ulet, A.; Pages, A.; Dossa, D.; Guillaumot, R.; Crastes, D.P.ulet Robinet Morel, G.; Romeu, H. 1965: Perfusions with lipid emulsions in infants and children: clinical, biological and anatomical study. Arch. franp.Pediat 22: 799-821
Wolff, K.; Ruosch, W.; Eckert, J. 1969: Perfusionstechnik zur Gewinnung von Dicrocoelium dendriticum aus Schaf- und Rinder-lebern. Z. ParasitKde 33(1): 85-88
Bruni, B. 1965: Pergola and curtain vine training. Inf. Ortoflorofruttic. 6: 215
Salisbury, J.R.; Arundel, J.H. 1970: Peri-parturient deposition of nematode eggs by ewes and residual pasture contamination as sources of infection for lambs. Australian Veterinary Journal 46(11): 523-529
Londero, A.T.; Fischman, O. 1967: Perianal and-or rectal lesions in South American blastomycosis. Mycopathologia et Mycologia Applicata 32(3): 231-236
Altera, K.P.; Bonasch, H. 1966: Periarteritis nodosa in a cat. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 149(10): 1307-1311
Kast, A. 1964: Periarteritis uodosa in focal infections in antelopes. Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 77: 202-205
Bignozzi, L.; Gnudi, M.; Bassini, F. 1969: Pericardiotomy performed through the left lateral thoracic wall in a cow with traumatic pericarditis. Atti Soc. ital, Buiatria 1: 324-329
Long, J.F.; Kasza, L.; Koestner, A. 1969: Pericarditis and myocarditis in germfr and colostrum-deprived pigs experimentally infected with a porcine polioencephalomyelitis virus. Journal of Infectious Diseases 120(2): 245-249
Long, J.F.; Koestner, A.; Kasza, L. 1966: Pericarditis and myocarditis in germfree and pathogen-free pigs experimentally infected with a porcine polioencephalomyelitis virus. Lab. Invest, 15: 1128
Cotner, S.D.; Burns, E.E.; Leeper, P.W. 1969: Pericarp anatomy of crack-resistant and susceptible tomato fruits. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 94: 136-137
Helm, J.L.; Zuber, M.S. 1969: Pericarp thickness of dent corn inbred lines. Crop Sci 9: 803-04
Arzee, T.; Waisel, Y.; Liphschitz, N. 1970: Periderm development and phellogen activity in the shoots of Acacia raddiana Savi. New Phytol 69(2): 395-8
Schwertfeger, G.; Buchloh, G. 1968: Periderm development in the superficial tissue of the shoots and fruits of various apple varieties. Gartenbauwiss 33: 77-102
Van Der Kamp, B.J. 1969: Peridermium pini (Pers.) Lev. and the resin-top disease of Scots Pine. II. Lesion anatomy. Forestry 42(2): 185-201
Kamp, B.J Van, D.Er 1970: Peridermium pini (Pers.) Lev. and the resin-top disease of Scots Pine. III. Infection and lesion development. Forestry 43(1): 73-88
Kopp, D. 1970: Periglacial perstructions in the Northern Central-European lowland and their role in soil genesis. Tagber dt. Akad. LandwWiss. Berl 102: 55-81
Slizynski, K. 1969: Perilitus rutilus (Hym., Braconidae), a parasite of imagos of Hylobius abietis (Col., Curculionidae), new to the Polish fauna. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 39(2): 407-416
Raspopova, G.I. 1969: Perils of autumn planting of rootstocks. Sadovodstvo, 9, 24-5
Dennis, S.M. 1970: Perinatal Iamb mortality in a purebred Southdown flock. J. Anim. Sci 31: 76-79
Chevaldonne, M. 1964: Perinatal calf mortality in the area of activity of the Centre-Nord breeding cooperative. Elevage et Insem, 79, 3-7
Tordet-Caridroit, C. 1971: Perinatal development of aspartate aminotransferase in liver in rats in which growth has been retarded in the uterus. Annales de Biologie Animale, Biochimie, Biophysique 11(3): 389-397
Hartley, W.J.; Kater, J.C. 1964: Perinatal disease conditions of sheep in New Zealand. N.Z. Vet. J 12: 49-57
McFarlane, D. 1965: Perinatal lamb losses. I. An autopsy method for the investigation of perinatal losses. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 13(5): 116-135
Dennis, S.M.; Nairn, M.E. 1970: Perinatal lamb mortality in a Merino flock in western Australia. Australian Veterinary Journal 46(6): 272-276
Stamp, J.T. 1967: Perinatal loss in lambs with particular reference to diagnosis. Veterinary Record 81(21): 530-534
Akkermans, J.P.W.M. 1969: Perinatal losses in the pig. Tijdschr. Diergeneesk 94: 1542-1557
Smith, I.D.; Alexander, G. 1966: Perinatal mortality in Shorthorn cattle in northern Queensland. Proc. Aust. Soc. Anim. Prod 6: 63-65
Dennis, S.M. 1966: Perinatal staphylococcal infections of sheep. Veterinary Record 79(2): 38-40
Khera, K.S.; Clegg, D.J. 1969: Perinatal toxicity of pesticides. Canadian Medical Association Journal 100(4): 167-172
Shoemaker, W.J.; Wurtman, R.J. 1971: Perinatal undernutrition: accumulation of catecholamines in rat brain. Science 171(3975): 1017-1019
Garraway, M.O.; Weinhold, A.R. 1968: Period of access to ethanol in relation to carbon utilization and rhizomorph initiation and growth in Armillaria mellea. Phytopathology. Univ. Calif., Berkeley. 58(8): 1190-1191
Ovsyannikov, A.S.; Lobanov, G.A. 1972: Period of fruit formation. Sadovodstvo 2, 35-36
Motkalyuk, O.B. 1968: Period of maximum damaging effect of soil-water deficiency on the reproductive system of barley. Uchen. Zap. leningr. gos. pedagog. Inst. im. Gertsena, 333, 87-92
El-Nageh, M.M. 1967: Period of permeability of the intestines of the new-born calf to colostral gamma -globulins. Annls Med. vet 111(6): 370-79
Franzke, C.; Grunert, K.S.; Obrikat, H. 1968: Periodate oxidation of carbohydrates. 1. Quantitative estimation of monosaccharides. Ztschr. LebensmittelUntersuch. -Forsch 136: 261-271
Grundboeck, M.; Wilczynska-Ciemiega, K. 1968: Periodic acid Schiff (P.A.S.) reaction of blood lymphocytes from normal and affected with leukosis cows. Bull vet. Inst, Pulawy 12: 22-24
Miryuta, Y.P. 1969: Periodic alternation of inbreeding and outbreeding during natural reproduction of plants. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR 187(5): 1171-1174
Warner, A.C. 1966: Periodic changes in the concentrations of micro-organisms in the rumen of a sheep fed a limited ration every three hours. Journal of General Microbiology 45(2): 237-241
Biswas, D.; Naphade, J.D.; Dhua, S.P. 1972: Periodic changes in the ionic concentrations of some submerged soils of Binar. Agronomy Journal 64(3): 336-338
Heijde, P.B.A.V.n Der.; Halman, Z.J. 1968: Periodic checks of production and costs in egg and pig holdings. Publ. Inst. Landb.-techniek Ratio-nalisatie, Wageningen, 123, 43
Bykhovets Byhovec, A.U. 1966: Periodic cooling of eggs during incubation and increase in viability of poultry. Proc 13th Wld's Poult. Congr., Kiev, 1966. Sect. Pap.: 520-525
Bassett, J.R. 1966: Periodic cubic growth in natural Loblolly stands near Crossett, Arkansas. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Sth. For. Exp. Sta, SO-37, 4
Saunders, P.J.W.; Doodson, J.K. 1970: Periodic fluctuations in mildew intensity in cereal cultivar trials. Trans. Br. mycol Soc 55(2): 318-321
Matsumoto, H.; Tohata, R.; Tomizuka, J. 1968: Periodic fluctuations of daily milk yield having a period of 20 to 30 days. Natn. Inst. Anim. Hlth Q, Tokyo., 8: 105-111
Godman, R.M.; Mattson, G.A. 1970: Periodic growth of hardwood influenced by cold weather. J. For 68(2): 86-7
Deusen, J.L Van 1968: Periodic growth of pole-sized Ponderosa Pine as related to thinning and selected environmental factors. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Pap. Rocky Mt. For. Range Exp. Sta, RM-38, 12
Kobozieff, N.; Pomriaskinsky-Kobo-Zieff, N.; Gemahling, E. 1964: Periodic hypotrichosis in mice. Maternal effects: parturition number, seasonal factor and age of dam. Ann. Biol. anim. Bioohim. Biophys 4: 5-15
Hapka, S.; Cieleszky, V. 1964: Periodic investigation of the radioactivity of milk and milk products in various regions of Hungary. Tejipar 13(1): 9-13
Kessel, J.F.; Siliga, N.; Tompkins, H.; Jones, K. 1970: Periodic mass treatment with diethylcarbamazine for the control of filariasis in American Samoa. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 43(6): 817-825
Plimpton, R.F.; Cahill, V.R.; Teague, H.S.; Grifo, A.P.; Kunkle, L.E. 1967: Periodic measurement of growth and carcass development following diethylstilbestrol implantation of boars. J Anim Sci 26(6): 1319-1324
Campbell, C.J. 1966: Periodic mowings suppress tamarisk growth, increase forage for browsing. Res. Note RM-76 U.S. Dep. Agric. For. Serv, 4
Honya, K.; Takahashi, W.; Tashiro, H. 1965: Periodic mutual utilization between lowland and upland fields on volcanic-ash soil. Bull. Tohoku natn. Agric. Exp. Stn 31: 45-72
Ehrler, W.L. 1971: Periodic nocturnal stomatal opening of Citrus in a steady environment. Physiologia Plantarum 25(3): 488-492
Cohen, S.; Marco, S. 1970: Periodic occurrence of an anti-TMV factor in the body of whiteflies carrying tomato yellow leaf curl virus. Virology 40(2): 363-368
Marolt, J. 1968: Periodic ophthalmia as a symptom of viral diseases in horses and cattle. Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 75: 189
Marolt, J. 1967: Periodic ophthalmia: effective and rapid treatment with Opticortenol (dexamethasone). Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 74: 454-455
Gile, L.H.; Hawley, J.W. 1966: Periodic sedimentation and soil formation on an alluvial-fan piedmont in southern New Mexico. Proceedings - Soil Science Society of America 30(2): 261-268
Anderson, T.D.; Tiedemann, A.T. 1970: Periodic variation in physical and chemical properties of two central Washington soils. US For. Serv. Res. Note Pacif. Nthwest. For. Range Exp. Sta, PNW-125, 9
Kihlstrom, J.E. 1965: Periodic variation in the amount of semen yielded at spontaneous ejaculations of the male rat. Acta Physiol Scand 65(1/2): 61-64
Marrou, J.; Migliori, A. 1968: Periodic variation in the infectivity of Cucumber mosaic virus in infected Tobacco leaves. C.r. hebd. Seanc. Acad. Sci, Paris 267(6): 625-628
Krapf, K.; Mohr, P.; Rohrbasser. 1966: Periodic, general immunization against foot and mouth disease: report of a Swiss committee. Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde 108: 505-513
Cohen, S.; Harpaz, I. 1964: Periodic, rather than continual acquisition of a new Tomato virus by its vector, the Tobacco whitefly (Bemisia tabacl Gennadius). Ent. exp, & appl 7: 155-166
Yoshida, M.; Morimoto, H. 1970: Periodical change in the carcass composition of chicks after switching over the diet to lipogenic or lipolytic diet. Agric. Biol. Chem., Japan. 34: 423-431
Shnaider, T.; Vakher, Y.. 1969: Periodical changes in radiosensitivity in rape seeds during soaking. Izv. Akad. Nauk eston. SSR. Biologiya 18(3): 343-6
Daftardar, S.Y.; Zende, G.K. 1968: Periodical changes in the protein contents of Gajraj grass. Poona Agricultural College Magazine 58(2-3): 110-116
Mitchell, B.A. 1964: Periodical cropping of Imperata cylindrica for paper pulp. Malayan Forest 27(1): 22-45
Adamec, O.; Grom, A.; Ledec, M.; Kosutzky, J. 1970: Periodical inhibition of laying as a possible means of improving laying performance in hens. Preliminary report. Ved. Pr. Hydinarstvo. 7: 1969, 43-58
Adamec, O.; Ledec, M.; Kos-Utzky, J. 1970: Periodical inhibition of laying in hens. Pol'nohospodarstvo. 16: 345-350
Blume, H.P. 1968: Periodically waterlogged soils. Stauwasserboden, Eugen Ulmer,Hohenheim, Germany: 242
Galikeev, K. L.; Kalashnikova, R.D.; Zalivina, E.V. 1970: Periodicity and anti-bacterial activity of the fungal flora of the intestine. Antibiotiki 15: 11, 1028-1029
Pady, S.M.; Kramer, C.L.; Clary, R. 1968: Periodicity in aeciospore release in Gymnosporangium juniperi-virginianae. Phytopathology 58(3): 329-331
Pady, S.M.; Kramer, C.L.; Pathak, V.K.; Morgan, F.L.; Bhatti, M.A. 1965: Periodicity in Airborne Cereal Rust Urediospores. Phytopathology 55: 132-134
Fadenko, P.S. 1965: Periodicity in formation of aldehydes and acetate in sherry. Vinodelie Vinogradarstvo SSSR (Wine-mak. Viticult. USSR). 2, 15-17
Pady, S.M.; Kramer, C.L.; Clary, R. 1969: Periodicity in spore release in Cladosporium. Mycologia 60(1): 87-98
Moraes, V.H.F. 1970: Periodicity in stem growth of trees of the Amazonian forest. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira (Serie Agronomia), Rio de Janeiro. 5: 315-20
Whittlestone, W.G. 1970: Periodicity in thecell content of human milk. New Zealand Medical Journal 72(459): 113-114
Courtot, Y.; Baillaud, L. 1966: Periodicity in the formation of inner bark and its place in the rhythm of plant development. Mem. Soc. Bot. France. publ. 1968. 1966: 37-54
Damigella, P.; Alberghina, O. 1970: Periodicity in the growth of almond tree roots as affected by the heat and moisture regimes of the soil. Tecn. agric 22: 229-45
Sreeramulu, T.; Vittal, B.P.R. 1971: Periodicity in the uredospore content of air within and above a Sugarcane field. J. Indian bot. Soc 50(1): 39-44
Lowe, R.G. 1968: Periodicity of a tropical rain forest tree, Triplochiton scleroxylon K. Schum. Commonw. For. Rev 47(2): 150-63
Carter, M.V.; Banyer, R.J. 1964: Periodicity of basidiospore release in Puccinia malvacearum. Aust. J. biol. Sci 17(3): 801-802
Kandelaki, A.A. 1969: Periodicity of cambial activity in stems and roots of woody plants in an arid and a subtropical climate. Vestn. Gruz. Bot. Obsc. AN GruzSSR. 4: 56-60,
Calentine, R.L.; Fredrickson, L.H. 1965: Periodicity of caryophyllaeid cestodes in the white sucker, Catostomus commersonnii (Lacepede). Iowa St. J. Sci 39(3): 243-250
L.M.gnen, J.; Tallon, S. 1966: Periodicity of eating ad libitum in the white rat. J. Physiol., Paris. 58: 323-349
Kimura, T.; Maji, T.; Ashida, K. 1970: Periodicity of food intake and lipogenesis in rats subjected to two different feeding plans. Journal of Nutrition 100(6): 691-697
Balagura, S.; Coscina, D.V. 1968: Periodicity of food intake in the rat as measured by an operant response. Physiol. Behavior. 3: 641-643
Hawking, F.; Moore, P.; Gammage, K.; Worms, M.J. 1967: Periodicity of microfilariae. XII. The effect of variations in host body temperature on the cycle of Loa loa, Monnigofilaria setariosa, Dirofilria immitis and other filariae. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 61(5): 674-683
Kooner, D.S.; Pal, R.N. 1970: Periodicity of milk recording in buffaloes. J. Res. Punjab agric. Univ 7(3): 414-416
Meischner, W. 1966: Periodicity of oestrus in the bitch. Wiss. Z. Karl-Marx-Univ. Lpz. math.-naturw. Reihe. 15: 481-482
Haard, R.T.; Kramer, C.L. 1970: Periodicity of spore discharge in the Hymenomycetes. Mycologia 62(6): 1145-69
Popushoi, I.S.; Onofrash, L.F. 1966: Periodicity of the appearance of Verticillium wilt of stone fruit trees. Infekts. Zabol. kul'tur. Rast, Mold. 1966. 6, 13-16
Lojan, L. 1967: Periodicity of the climate and of the growth of forest species in Turrialba, Costa Rica. Turrialba 17(1): 71-83
Sidlovska, I.L. 1970: Periodicity of the ionization of the air, associated with gaseous excretions from Oak leaves. Fiziol. Rast 17: 542-8
Katz, A.; Shapiro, S.; Gedalia, I.; Zukerman, H. 1969: Periodontal condition and blood citrate level in pregnant women. Journal of Dental Research 48(1): 140-143
Bulit, J.; Lafon, R.; Guillier, G. 1970: Periods favourable for the application of treatments for the control of grey mould on Grapevine. Phytiat. Phytopharm 19(4): 159-165
Petrova, I.P. 1968: Periods of flowering and fruiting of Central Asian woody plants introduced into Moscow. Bjull. Glavn. Bot. Sada, Moskva. 68, 9-16
Mineev, V.S. 1968: Periods of physiological and biochemical development in the young calf. Sel'skohoz. Biol 3: 451-453
Christiansen, M.N. 1967: Periods of sensitivity to chilling in germinating cotton. Plant Physiology 42(3): 431-433
Abbasov, M.T. 1965: Periods of survival on pasture of the oncospheres and bladder-worms of Multiceps multiceps, Echinococcus granulosus and Taenia hydatigena. Veterinariia (9): 46-47
Kalichava, A.D. 1971: Periods of winter digging on a tea plantation. Subtropicheskie Kul'tury (4): 50-56
O'brien, J.J.; Mccracken, R.M. 1971: Periorbital eczema in sheep. Irish vet. J 25: 69-71
Haworth, J.C.; Ford, J.D.; Robinson, T.J. 1965: Peripheral and portal vein blood sugar after lactose and galactose feedings. Clinical Science 29(1): 83-92
Le Magnen, J. 1969: Peripheral and systemic actions of food in the caloric regulation of intake. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 157(2): 1126-1157
Moncol, D.J.; Batte, E.G. 1967: Peripheral blood eosinophilia in porcine ascariasis. Cornell Veterinarian 57(1): 96-106
Fedde, M.R. 1970: Peripheral control of avian respiration. Federation Proceedings 29(5): 1664-1673
Butterfield, W.J.H.; Whichelow, M.J. 1965: Peripheral glucose metabolism in control subjects and diabetic patients during glucose, glucose-insulin and insulin sensitivity tests. Diabetologia 1: 43-53
Whichelow, M.J.; Butterfield, W.J. 1971: Peripheral glucose uptake during the oral glucose-tolerance test in normal and obese subjects and borderline and frank diabetics. Quarterly Journal of Medicine 40(158): 261-273
Massi Benedetti, F.; Lungarotti, M.S.; Fracassini, F.; Frattegiani, A.; Falorni, A. 1969: Peripheral glucose utilisation in the immature new-born infant as shown by the double intravenous load test. Bollettino della Societa Italiana di Biologia Sperimentale 45: 1361-1362
Benda, G.I.; Babson, S.G. 1971: Peripheral intravenous alimentation of the small premature infant. Journal of Pediatrics 79(3): 494-498
Butterfield, W.J.; Hanley, T.; Whichelow, M.J. 1965: Peripheral Metabolism of Glucose and Free Fatty Acids during Oral Glucose Tolerance tests. Metabolism, Clinical and Experimental 14: 851-866
Prineas, J. 1970: Peripheral nerve changes in thiamine-deficient rats. An electron microscope study. Archives of Neurology 23(6): 541-548
Mayer, R.F. 1965: Peripheral nerve function in vitamin B 12 deficiency. Archives of Neurology 13(4): 355-362
Vaughan, L.C. 1964: Peripheral nerve injuries: an experimental study in cattle. Vet. Rec 76: 1301-1304; 1301-1304
Witter, R.L.; Purchase, H.G.; Burgoyne, G.H. 1970: Peripheral nerve lesions similar to those of Marek's disease in chickens inoculated with reticuloendotheliosis virus. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 45(3): 567-577
Charlton, K.M.; Pierce, K.R. 1969: Peripheral neuropathy in experimental coyotillo poisoning in goats. Texas Reports on Biology and Medicine 27(2): 389-399
Williams, A.O.; Osuntokun, B.O. 1969: Peripheral neuropathy in tropical (nutritional) ataxia in Nigeria. Light and electron microscopic study. Archives of Neurology 21(5): 475-492
Fennelly, J.; Frank, O.; Baker, H.; Leevy, C.M. 1964: Peripheral Neuropathy of the Alcoholic: I, Aetiological Role of Aneurin and other B-Complex Vitamins. British Medical Journal 2(5420): 1290-1292
Shearer, I.J.; Purvis, K.; Jenkin, G.; Haynes, N.B. 1972: Peripheral plasma progesterone and oestradiol-17 beta levels before and after puberty in gilts. J. Reprod. Fert 30(3): 347-360
Polidoro, J.P.; Black, D.L. 1970: Peripheral plasma progesterone and the number of foetuses in normal and superovulated rabbits. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 22(3): 493-498
Donaldson, L.E.; Bassett, J.M.; Thorburn, G.D. 1970: Peripheral plasma progesterone concentration of cows during puberty, oestrous cycles, pregnancy and lactation, and the effects of under-nutrition or exogenous oxytocin on progesterone concentration. Journal of Endocrinology 48(4): 599-614
Stabenfeldt, G.H.; Holt, J.A.; Ewing, L.L. 1969: Peripheral plasma progesterone levels during the ovine estrous cycle. Endocrinology 85(1): 11-15
Stabenfeldt, G.H.; Osburn, B.I.; Ewing, L.L. 1970: Peripheral plasma progesterone levels in the cow during pregnancy and parturition. American Journal of Physiology 218(2): 571-575
Gardoni, L.; Chiumello, G.; Cantone, A. 1964: Peripheral utilisation of glucose in children with essential obesity. Bollettino della Societa Italiana di Biologia Sperimentale 40: 2045-2047
Kohier, H. 1967: Peripheral vegetative nervous system. Handbuch der speziellen pathologischen Anatomic der Haustiere. Berlin and Hamburg: Paul Parey /8. 3: 458-521
Bowen, J.M. 1964: Peripheral, Hepatic, and Nonhepatic Splanchnic effects of Insulin in Sheep. Cornell Veterinarian 54: 57-65
Schaefer, P.W. 1970: Periplaneta americana (L.) as intermediate host of Moniliformis moniliformis (Bremser) in Honolulu, Hawaii. Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 37(2): 204-207
Cavier, R.; Leger, N. 1965: Periplaneta americana, nouvel hote experimental d'Hymenolepis nana variete fraterna. C.r. hebd. Seanc. Acad. Sci., Paris. 260: 14, 4078-4079
Koehler, C.S.; Tauber, M. 1964: Periploca nigra, a major cause of dieback of ornamental juniper in California. J Econ Entomol 57(4): 563-566
Mcmurtrey, J.E.; Jr. 1964: Perique tobacco, a small but steady output. Tobacco. N.Y., 158: 17, 56-9
Buck, W.B.; Preston, K.S.; Abel, M.; Marshall, V.L. 1966: Perirenal edema in swine: a disease caused by common weeds. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 148(12): 1525-1531
Chona, B.L.; Bajaj, B.S.; Sharma, R. 1964: Perithecial production by different strains of Glomerella tucumanensis (Speg.) Arx and Mueller. Indian Phytopathology 17(3): 241-244
Bilgrami, K.S.; Purohit, D.K. 1970: Perithecial stage of Pestalotia osyridis Thuem. Current Science 39(1): 16-17
Stefanon, G.; Viola, C. 1970: Peritoneal and hepatic Cysticercus pisiformis in the domestic rabbit. Atti Soc. ital. Sci. vet 23: 946-949, 948-949
Kozar, Z.; Piotrowski, R. 1971: Peritoneal macrophage inhibition test in guinea pigs infected with Trichinella spiralis. Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne 17(5): 609-615
Dierschke, D.J.; Hyatt, J.L. 1969: Peritoneoscopy via a chronically implanted cannula to observe ovarian activity in ewes. Journal of Animal Science 28(5): 645-649
Leinati, L. 1971: Peritoneum. Handbuch der speziellen pathologischen Anatomie der Haustiere. Berlin (& Hamburg): Paul Parey 7: 411-525
Buchanan, W.M. 1970: Peritonitis and Bantu siderosis. South African Medical Journal 44(2): 43-44
Roberts, F.J. 1964: Peritonitis Caused by Candida Albicans. Canadian Medical Association Journal 91: 396-397
Montemartini, C.; Specchia, G.; Dander, B. 1970: Peritonitis caused by candida albicans. Digestion 3(6): 368-371
Reddy, P.A.; Brasher, C.A.; Christianson, C.; Gorelick, D.F. 1970: Peritonitis due to histoplasmosis. Ann. intern. Med 72(1): 79-81
Cheng, T.C. 1966: Perivascular leucocytosis and other types of cellular reactions in the oyster Crassostrea virginica experimentally infected with the nematode Angiostrongylus cantonensis. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 8(1): 52-58
De Amorim, H.V.; Da Silva, D.M. 1968: Perliminary note on the connection between polyphenoloxidase activity in the beans of Coffea arabica and the quality of the beverage. Bol. tec.-cient. Esc. sup. Agric. Queiroz, 31: 16
Green, J.L. 1968: Perlite-advantages and limitations as a growth media. Bull. Colo. Flower Grs' Ass, 214, 4-6
Bush, L.P.; Streeter, C.; Buckner, R.C. 1970: Perloline inh1bition of in vitro ruminai cellulose digestion. Crop Sci 10(1): 108-9
Lindsay, J.D.; Odynsky, W. 1965: Permafrost in organic soils of northern Alberta. Can J Soil Sci 45(3): 265-269
Ivanova, E.N. 1965: Permafrost taiga soils of N. Yakutia. Pocvoved, 7, 1-14
Viallier, J.; Cayre, R.-M. 1966: Permanence of the identifying characteristics of bovine tubercle bacilli. Bull. Soc. Sci. vet. Lyon 68: 203-206
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Ziegenbein, G. 1964: Permanent grassland in the Federal Republic of Germany: present status and possible improvements. Proc 7th Br. Weed Control Conf, 879-86
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Vincent, A.J.; Mitchell, B.A.; Sandrasegaran, K. 1965: Permanent sample plot information on the stocking, growth, crop development attained, and yield, of Pinus caribaea Mor., P. merkusii J. and De Vriese and P. insularis Endl., grown in Malaya. Malay. Forester 28(3): 160-222
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Brathwaite, C.W.D.; Dickey, R.S. 1971: Permeability alterations in detached Carnation leaf tissue inoculated with Pseudomonas caryophylli and Corynebacterium sp. Phytopathology 61(3): 317-321
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Kininmonth, J.A. 1971: Permeability and fine structure of certain hardwoods and effects on drying. I. Transverse permeability of wood to micro-filtered water. Holzforschung 25(4): 127-33
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Linzell, J.L.; Peaker, M. 1971: Permeability of mammary ducts in the lactating goat. Journal of Physiology 213(2): 48p-49p
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Browning, T.O. 1969: Permeability to water of the shell of the egg of Locusta migratoria migratorioides, with observations on the egg of Teleogryllus commodus. J. exp. Biol 51(1): 99-105
Isaacs, C.P.; Choong, E.; Fogg, P.J. 1971: Permeability variation within a Cottonwood tree. Wood Sci 3(4): 231-7
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Brady, C.J., E.Al. 1970: Permeability, sugar accumulation, and respiration rate in ripening banana fruits. Aust. J. biol. Sci 23: 1143-52
Kilejian, A. 1966: Permeation of L-proline in the cestode, Hymenolepis diminuta. Journal of Parasitology 52(6): 1108-1115
Rothman, A.H.; Fisher, F.M. 1964: Permeation of Amino Acids in Moniliformis and Macracanthorhynchus (Acanthocephala). Journal of Parasitology 50: 410-414
Dalgliesh, R.J. 1969: Permeation of bovine erythrocytes with glycerol and their protection during rapid freezing and thawing. Research in Veterinary Science 10(4): 351-354
Meyer, H.; Mayer, A.M. 1971: Permeation of dry seeds with chemicals: use of dichloromethane. Science 171(3971): 583-584
Haing, U.Choi Carubelli, R. 1967: Permethylation studies on neuramin-lactose sulfate. Abstr. Pap. Am. chem. Soc, C48
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Friedmann, E.; González, J.; Gampel, Z.; Pieber, M.; Romero, C.; Tohá, J. 1969: Permissible base sequences for non self complementary messenger RNAs. Zeitschrift für Naturforschung. Teil B Chemie Biochemie Biophysik Biologie und verwandte Gebiete 24(4): 419-421
Martynova, K.G.; Il'ina, T.T.; Repina, L.Y. 1968: Permissible quantities of buttermilk in the manufacture of dried skim-milk. Moloch. Prom 29(5): 26-27
Van Ryssen, J.B.J.; Stielau, W.J. 1966: Permissible restriction of feed intake in digestion trials with roughages. S. African J. Agric. Sci 9: 1005-1010
Kufner, M. 1966: Permissible stresses of plywood and other sheets made up of veneers. Holz Roh- u. Werkstoff. 24(11): 537-9
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Kilkenny, J.B.; Noton, N.H. 1968: Permissive costs of beef housing. Fm Bldgs Dig., Kenilworth 3(16): 17-20
Jorgensen, H. 1972: Permitted additives to liquid milk products in The Netherlands. Maelkeritidende 85(15): 401-403
Ali, S.A.; al-Yusuf, A.R.; Salem, S.N.; el-Ghamrawy, E.; Zagulaul, S. 1970: Pernicious anaemia among Arabs in Kuwait. Journal of Clinical Pathology 23(7): 577-579
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Britt, R.P.; Stranc, W.; Harper, C. 1970: Pernicious anaemia in Indian immigrants in the London area. British Journal of Haematology 18(6): 637-642
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Marchetti, L. 1966: Peronospora disease of roses. Inf. fitopat 16: 404-5
Nilsson, L. 1970: Peronospora galligena on Alyssum saxatile. Vaxtskydds-notiser 34: 68-70
Jonsson, R. 1966: Peronospora in oil crops. Methods used and results obtained in tests for resistance in winter swede rape. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr 76: 54-62
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Bank, S.; Marks, I.N.; Moshal, M.G.; Timme, A. 1964: Peroral Intestinal Biopsy. Analysis of Results in 134 Patients. South African Medical Journal 38: 451-458
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Hislop, E.C.; Stahmann, M.A. 1971: Peroxi-dase and ethylene production by barley leaves infected with Erysiphe graminis f. sp. hordei. Physiological Plant Pathology 1(3): 297-312
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Bar-Akiva, A.; Lavon, R. 1968: Peroxidase activity as an indicator of the iron requirement of citrus plants. Israel J. agric. Res 18: 145-53
Tyson, H. 1970: Peroxidase activity in Linum usitatissimum L. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 40(4): 176-184
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Johnson, L.B.; Cunningham, B.A. 1972: Peroxidase activity in healthy and leaf-rust-infected Wheat leaves. Phytochemistry 11(2): 547-551
Rothman, A.H. 1968: Peroxidase activity in platyhelminth cuticular mitochondria. Experimental Parasitology 23(1): 51-55
Halton, D.W. 1969: Peroxidase activity in the trematode Haplometra cylindracea. Experimental Parasitology 24(2): 265-269
Mihaescu, A. 1970: Peroxidase activity of saps obtained from cabbage and maize leaves preheated at different temperatures. Studii si Cercetari de Biochimie 13(2): 151-154
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Ahundov, A.K. 1967: Peroxidase activity of tea leaves in relation to the form of potassium fertilizer. Izv. Akad. Nauk azerb. SSR, Ser. biol. Nauk, 5, 90-4
Pidoplichko, N.M.; Borisova, V.M.; Dvoinos, L.M. 1968: Peroxidase activity of the mycoflora of shed leaves and needles. Mater 5-go Simp. po vopr. issled. miko-i likh. Flory Pribalt. Resp, Vilnius, 132-135
Laszlo, K. 1971: Peroxidase and catalase enzyme activities in pea seeds. Acta agron. hung 20: 85-91
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Jennings, P.H.; Brannaman, B.L.; Zscheile, F.P. 1969: Peroxidase and polyphenol oxidase activity associated with Helminthosporium leaf spot of maize. Phytopathology 59(7): 963-967
Clauss, E. 1967: Peroxidase and polyphenol-oxidase activities in healthy and foot-rot infected pea seedlings of varieties differing in resistance. Zuchter 37: 238-43
Monson, W.G.; Haskins, F.A. 1965: Peroxidase and polyphenoloxidase activities and free ninhydrin-positive substances in underground buds of ironweed and leafy spurge. Agronj 57(2): 140-142
Chappet, A.; Dubouchet, J. 1970: Peroxidase gradients in wheat coleoptiles. C.r. hebd. Seanc. Acad. Sci, Paris, 270: 26, 3224-7
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Gagnon, C. 1968: Peroxidase in healthy and diseased Elm trees investigated by the benzidine histochemical technique. Canad. J. Bot, 46: 12, 1491-4
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Grzelinska, A. 1970: Peroxidase isoenzymes in Fusarium infected Tomato plants. Phytopath. Z 69(3): 212-222
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Wood, K.R. 1971: Peroxidase isoenzymes in leaves of Cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) cultivars systemically infected with the W strain of Cucumber mosaic virus. Physiol. Pl. Path 1(2): 133-139
Yoneda, Y.; Endo, T. 1970: Peroxidase isozymes and their indoleacetate oxidase activity in the Japanese morning glory, Pharbitis nil. Plant and Cell Physiol 11: 503-6
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Macrae, I.C.; Raghu, K.; Castro, T.F. 1967: Persistence and biodegradation of four common isomers of benzene hexachloride in submerged soils. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 15(5): 911-914
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Coley-Smith, J.R. 1964: Persistence and identification of downy mildew Pseudoperonospora humuli (Miy. and Tak.) Wilson in Hop rootstocks. Ann. appl. Biol 53(1): 129-132
Cernea, I.; Butura, I.; Tomus, M. 1966: Persistence and incidence of pathogenic E. coli types in cattle herds. Role of gamma-globulin deficiency in infection of calves. Lucr. Inst. Cerc. Vet. Bioprep. Pasteur 3(2): 165-175
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Ryugo, K. 1966: Persistence and mobility of Alar (B-995) and its effect on anthocyanin metabolism in sweet cherries, Prunus avium. Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 88: 160-166
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Van Niekerk, C.H.; Gerneke, W.H. 1966: Persistence and parthenogentic cleavage of tubal ova in the mare. Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research 33(1): 195-232
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Dorough, H.W.; Crouch, G.W. 1966: Persistence and residual effectiveness of various formulations of Baygon (Bayer 39007) against the house fly. Journal of Economic Entomology 59(5): 1188-1190
Gupta, D.S. 1965: Persistence and systemic activity of the carbamate insecticides, Isolan and Baygon, in three types of soils. Dissertation Abstracts 25: 4884
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Netzer, D.; Kenneth, R.G. 1969: Persistence and transmission of Alternaria dauci (Kuhn) Groves & Skolko in the semi-arid conditions of Israel. Ann. appl. Biol 63: 289-94
Arevalillo, A.A.M. 1971: Persistence and yields of lucerne (ecotype Aragon) under different cutting frequencies. Pastos 1(2): 235-238
Ahrens, J.F. 1966: Persistence in soil of di-chlobenil and EPTC applied for quackgrass control in ornamentals. Proc 20th NEast Weed Control Conf, 630-1
Morton, H.L.; Robison, E.D.; Meyer, R.E. 1967: Persistence of 2,4-D, 2,4,5-T, and dicamba in range forage grasses. Weeds 15(3): 268-271
Van Valin, C.C. 1966: Persistence of 2,6-dichloro-benzonitrile in aquatic environments. Organic pesticides in the environment: a symposium. . American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., 271-9
Kowalski, L.M.; Stephens, J.F. 1967: Persistence of Arizona paracolon 7: 1,7,8 in feed and water. Poultry Science 46(6): 1586-1587
Rajoo, R.K. 1969: Persistence of BHC (hexachloro-cyclohexane) on tomato crop (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.). Indian J. Agric. Sci 39: 41-43
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Atwal, A.S.; Chahal, B.S.; Grewal, G.S. 1966: Persistence of Bacillus thuringiensis Berliner in sugarcane fields against Bissetia steniellus Hampson (Lep., Pyralidae). J. Res. Punjab agric. Univ, Ludhiana 3(4): 421-424
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Werne, R.A. 1970: Persistence of Bidrin in two forest soils. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Stheast. For. Exp. Sta, SE-139, 4
Murphy, R.T.; O'neal, J.R.; Ewart, W.H.; Gunther, F.A. 1965: Persistence of Bidrin residues on and in mature oranges and in laboratory-processed Citrus pulp cattle feed. J. agric. Fd Chem, Easton, Pa. 13(6): 550-552
Michalov, J.; Vrtiak, O.J. 1964: Persistence of Bl virus in the body of chicks. Folia vet, Kosice 7: 59-62
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Woodwell, G.M.; Martin, F.T. 1964: Persistence of Ddt in Soils of Heavily Sprayed Forest Stands. Science 145(3631): 481-483
Dewan, R.S.; Misra, S.S.; Handa, S.K.; Beri, Y.P. 1967: Persistence of DDT, gamma BHC and carbaryl residues on bhindi, Abelmoschus esculentus fruits. Indian J. Ent, 29: pt. 3, 225-228
Bullock, H.R. 1967: Persistence of Heliothis nuclear-polyhedrosis virus on cotton foliage. J. Invert. Path 9(3): 434-436
Shchekochikhina, R.I. 1971: Persistence of Helminthosporium sativum P, K and Y in Soil. Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Nauchno-Issledovaterskogo Instituia Zashchity Rastenii. 29, 75-81
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Mcmartin, D.A. 1967: Persistence of Mycoplasma gallisepticum infection. Vet. Rec, 81: 387
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Leuck, D.B.; Bowman, M.C. 1969: Persistence of O, O-dimethyl CM-nitro-m-iolyl phosphorothioate, its oxygen analogue, and its cresol in corn and grass forage. J. econ. Ent 62(6): 1282-1285
Hoen, K.; Oram, R.N. 1964: Persistence of Phalaris tuberosa. Annual report of the Division of Plant Industry, C.S.I.R.O., Canberra 65, 1964-65. 21
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Tacu, D.; Tacu, A.; Ceausescu, S. 1967: Persistence of Salmonella choleraesuis in soil. Revta Zooteh. Med. vet, Bucuresti 17(11): 52-57
Elessawa, M.A.; Rahman, E.R., A. 1967: Persistence of Sevin residues on some vegetable crops after various harvest times. Journal - Association of Official Analytical Chemists 50(5): 1109-1111
Leuck, D.B.; Bowman, M.C.; Mcwilliams, J.M. 1970: Persistence of Velsicol VCS-506 (O-(4-bromo-2,5-dichlorophenyl) O-methyl phenylphosphonothioate), its oxygen analogue, and its phenol in coastal Bermudagrass pasture. J. econ. Ent 63(4): 1346-1348
Newsam, I.D.B.; Peterson, J.E. 1964: Persistence of Vibrio fetus in the genital tract of experimentally infected heifers. Brit Veterinary J 120(5): 223-228
David, W.A.; Gardiner, B.O. 1966: Persistence of a granulosis virus of Pieris brassicae on cabbage leaves. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 8(2): 180-183
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Tashiro, H.; Beavers, J.B.; Groza, M.; Moffitt, C. 1970: Persistence of a nonoccluded virus of the citrus red mite on lemons and in intact dead mites. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 16(1): 63-68
Shaw, J.G.; Pierce, H.D. 1972: Persistence of a viral disease of citrus red mites despite chemical control. Journal of Economic Entomology 65(2): 619-620
Arnold, C.S.; Olson, L.J. 1966: Persistance of adult Trichinella spiralis in pertussis-treated mice. Journal of Parasitology 52(5): 1036-1037
Ulloa, M.; Herrera, T. 1970: Persistence of aflatoxins during pozol fermentation. Revista Latinoamericana de Microbiologia 12(1): 19-25
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Shannon, R.; Tinkler, A.E.; Hedges, A.J. 1968: Persistence of amphotericin B in the bagina. Estimation by a novel sampling method. British Journal of Venereal Diseases 44(3): 235-240
Bennett, D.; Bruck, R.; Dunn, L.G.; Klyde, B.; Shutsky, F.; Smith, L.J. 1967: Persistence of an introduced lethal in a feral house mouse population. Am. Nat 101: 538-539
Zahaczewski, J.; Juszkiewicz, T. 1966: Persistence of antibacterial activity of chloram-phenicol and chloramphenicol palmitate following parenteral administration to mice. Medycyna Weterynaryjna 22: 140-143
Simetskii, O.A. 1968: Persistence of antibiotic excretion in milk of cows with subcli-niral mastitis. Trudy vses. nauchno-issled. Inst. vet. Sanit 30: 126-33
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Prydie, J. 1966: Persistence of antibodies following vaccination against canine distemper and the effect of re-vaccination. Veterinary Record 78(14): 486-488
Velichkin, P.A.; Merkulov, E.V. 1970: Persistence of ascarid eggs in poultry houses and runs. Veterinariia (1): 35-36
Ashley, R.A.; Rahn, E.M. 1967: Persistence of atrazine at two locations as affected by soil incorporation and certain additives. Proc 21st NEast Weed Control Conf, 557-62
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Sheets, T.J.; Smith, J.W.; Kaufman, D.D. 1968: Persistence of benzole and phenyl-acetic acids in soils. Weed Sci 16: 217-222
Templeton, W.C.; Bucks, C.F.; Wattenbarger, D.W. 1967: Persistence of birdsfoot trefoil under pasture conditions. Agron J 59(4): 385-386
Agnihotri, V.P. 1971: Persistence of captan and its effects on microflora, respiration, and nitrification of a forest nursery soil. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 17(3): 377-383
Karinen, J.F.; Lamberton, J.G.; Stewart, N.E.; Terriere, L.C. 1967: Persistence of carbaryl in the marine estuarine environment. Chemical and biological stability in aquarium systems. J. agric. Fd Chem 15(1): 148-156
Shaw, F.R.; Miller, D.; Miller, M.C.; Yadava, C.P.S. 1969: Persistence of carbofuran and of 3-hydroxycarbofuran on alfalfa. J. econ. Ent 62(4): 953-954
Beynon, K.I.; Edwards, M.J.; Thompson, A.R.; Edwards, C.A. 1971: Persistence of chlorfenvinphos in natural waters. Pestic. Sci, London 2(1): 5-7. f
Stadelman, W.J.; Liska, B.J.; Langlois, B.E.; Mostert, G.C.; Stemp, A.R. 1965: Persistence of Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Insecticide Residues in Chicken Tissues and Eggs. Poultry Science 44: 435-437
Moore, W.; Gillespie, L.J. 1967: Persistence of chromosomal damage following in utero irradiation of the dog. American Journal of Veterinary Research 28: 890-891
Brown, L.N.; Conaway, C.H. 1964: Persistence of corpora lutea at the end of the breeding season in Peromyscus. J. Mammal 45: 260-265
Rampton, H.H.; Ching, T.M. 1970: Persistence of crop seeds in soil. Agron. J 62(2): 272-7
Getzin, L.W. 1968: Persistence of diazinon and Zinophos in soil: effects of auto-cfctving, temperature, moisture, and acidity. J. econ. Ent 61(6): 1560-1565
Getzin, L.W. 1968: Persistence of diazinon and zinophos in soil: effects of autoclaving, temperature, moisture, and acidity. Journal of Economic Entomology 61(6): 1560-1565
Sheets, T.J.; Harris, C.I.; Smith, J.W. 1968: Persistence of dichlobenil and SD-7961 in soil. Weed Sci 16(2): 245-249
Miller, C.W.; Demoranville, I.E.; Charig, A.J. 1966: Persistence of dichlobenil in cranberry bogs. Weeds 14(4): 296-298
Riordan, K. 1967: Persistence of dicophen, B.P., deposits from suspensions and emulsions on bark in the Northern Guinea Savannah zone of Nigeria: investigations by chemical means and bio-assay. Publ. scient. tech. Res. Commn Org. Afr. Unity. Lagos, 100, 133-137
Touron, E.A.; Fandino, D.S. 1970: Persistence of dieldrin residues. 1. In natural pastures. (Ser. 1). Rev. Invest. agropecuar, 1-8
Jones, G.E.; Dubey, H.D.; Freeman, J.F. 1964: Persistence of diphenamid in tobacco field soils. Weeds 12(4): 313-315
Coats, G.E.; Funderburk, H.H.; Lawrence, J.M.; Davis, D.E. 1964: Persistence of diquat and paraquat in pools and ponds. Proc 17th Southern Weed Conf, 308-20
Gray, E.; Rice, J.S.; Hester, A.J. 1968: Persistence of diverse alfalfa varieties under grazing. Tenn. Fm. Home Sci, 67, 21-24
Saunders, J.L.; Knoke, J.K. 1967: Persistence of endosulfan, endrin, Undone, and malathion on cacao seedlings when formulated with Plyac and Estab. J. econ. Ent 60: 588-9
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Anonymous 1968: Persistence of fertiliser effects in established crops. Rep. For. Res. Far. Comm, 69, publ. 1969. 70-2
Schweizer, E.E.; Holstun, J.T. 1966: Persistence of five cotton herbicides in four southern soils. Weeds 14(1): 22-26
Mcneal, H.A.; Erickson, L.C. 1969: Persistence of five herbicides in Koester silt loam soil. Res. Prog. Rep. west. Soc. Weed Sci, Idaho Agric. Exp. Stn, Moscow, 106-7
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Voinov, S.I. 1968: Persistence of foot and mouth disease virus on the wool coat of animals under Central Asian conditions. Trudy vses. Inst. vet. Samt 30: 45-50
Cottral, G.E. 1969: Persistence of foot-and-mouth disease virus in animals, their products and the environment. Bulletin - Office International des Epizooties 71(3-4): 549-568
Barya, M.A.; Afzal, H. 1969: Persistence of foot-and-mouth disease virus in lymph nodes and blood of experimentally infected buffalo-calves in West Pakistan. Research in Veterinary Science 10(4): 321-325
Horowitz, M. 1964: Persistence of four herbicides remaining on the surface of the soil. Ktavim 14(2): 59-68
Kavadu, V.S.; Gupta, H.C.L.; Jain, P.C. 1972: Persistence of gamma BHC (lindane) and malathion residues on fruits of bhindi (Abelmoschus esculentus L.) under Indian conditions. Experimental Agriculture 8(2): 131-134
Donnelly, E.D. 1970: Persistence of hard seed In Vicia lines derived from interspecific hybridization. Crop Sci 10: 661-62
Wisman, E.L.; Young, R.W.; Beane, W.L. 1967: Persistence of heptachlor in egg yolks. Poultry Science 46(6): 1606-1608
Maier-Bode, H. 1972: Persistence of herbicides following their application. Sonderheft Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten (Pflanzenpathologie) und Pflanzenschutz. 6: 27-33
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Furmidge, C.G.; Osgerby, J.M. 1967: Persistence of herbicides in soil. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 18(7): 269-273
Donaldson, T.W. 1968: Persistence of herbicides in the soil. Proc 1st Vict. Weeds Conf 1: 4-7
Newcombe, H.B.; McGregor, J.F. 1971: Persistence of heritable changes in an irradiated rat population after cessation of the exposures. Radiation Research 47(2): 450-460
Miller, T.A. 1965: Persistence of immunity following double vaccination of pups with x-irradiated Ancylostoma caninum larvae. Journal of Parasitology 51(5): 705-711
Menges, R.M.; Hubbard, J.L. 1969: Persistence of incorporated herbicides in furrow-irrigated soils. J. Rio Grande Valley hort. Soc 23: 139-42
Rattan Lal Dhall, P. 1965: Persistence of insecticidal residues on bhindi plant against the first instar caterpillars of Earias fabia Stoll. (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Indian J. Ent, New Delhi, 27: pt. 2, 217-220
Kalode, M.B.; Yadava, C.P.; Israel, P. 1969: Persistence of insecticidal residues on rice plant against gundhi bug, Leptocorisa varicornis Fabricius. Indian Journal of Entomology 31(1): 82-83
El-Sebae, A.H.; El-Sayed, A.M.K. 1969: Persistence of insecticides on cotton and maize. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Entomologie 64(4): 385-393
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Polizu, A.; Roman, M.; Boguleanu, G. 1967: Persistence of lindane and DDT in the soil and in potato tubers following soil treatments. Analele Institutului de Cercetari pentru Protectia Plantelor. publ. 1969. 5: 461-466
Morris, R.F.; Penney, B.G. 1971: Persistence of linuron residues in soils at Kelligrews, Newfoundland. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 51(3): 242-5
Wheeler, H.G.; Smith, F.F.; Yeomans, A.H.; Fields, E. 1967: Persistence of low-volume and standard formulations of malathion on lima bean foliage. J Econ Entomol 60(2): 400-402
El-Sebae, A.H.; El-Sayed, A.M.K. 1969: Persistence of malathion and bromophos on bean and clover crops. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Entomologie 64(4): 378-384
Saini, M.L.; Dorough, H.W. 1970: Persistence of malathion and methyl parathion when applied as ultra-low-volume and emulsifiable concentrate sprays. J. econ. Ent 63(2): 405-408
Dewan, R.S.; Misra, S.S.; Handa, S.K.; Rattan Lal. 1969: Persistence of malathion residues on cowpea, Vigna sinensis fruits and grains. Indian Journal of Entomology 31(1): 93-94
Dawson, P.S. 1966: Persistence of maternal antibodies to parainfluenza 3 virus. Journal of Comparative Pathology 76(4): 373-378
Getzin, L.W. 1970: Persistence of methidathion in soils. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 5(2): 104-110
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Shadbolt, C.A.; Whiting, F.L.; Lyons, J.M. 1964: Persistence of monuron and neburon under semi-arid field conditions. Weeds 12(4): 304-306
Tereshenkov, A.S. 1969: Persistence of neo-mycin in circulating Mood in cattle. Veterinariia (10): 59-60
Stewart, D.K.R.; Fox, C.J.S. 1971: Persistence of organochlorine insecticides and their metabolites in Nova Scotian soils. J. econ. Ent 64(2): 367-371
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Phillips, F.T. 1971: Persistence of organochlorine insecticides on different substrates under different environmental conditions. I. The rates of loss of dieldrin and aldrin by volatilisation from glass surfaces. Pesticide Science 2(6): 255-266
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Sabo, A. 1969: Persistence of perorally administered virulent pseudorabies virus in the organism of non-immune and immunized pigs. Acta virol, Prague 13: 269-277
Anonymous 1969: Persistence of pesticide residues in soils. Chemical Fallout, Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, Ill., U.S.A., 54-67
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Lowe, J.S. 1970: Persistence of picloram/2,4-D mixture and dalapon in soil. Crop Protection in Malaysia. Proceedings of the Conference held in Kuala Lumpur, 94-106
Green, E.L.; Les, E.P. 1964: Persistence of Populations of Mice Exposed to Substerilizing Doses of Spermatogonial X-Irradiation. Genetics 50: 497-507
Greig, J.K.; Motes, J.E. 1966: Persistence of pre-emergent herbicides in controlling weeds in sweetpotato plantings. Proc. N. cent. Weed Control Conf, 25-6
Wostmann, B.S.; Olson, G.B. 1969: Persistence of primary antibody formation caused by the absence of antigen of microbial origin in the germ-free chicken. Immunology 17(2): 199-206
Walker, A. 1970: Persistence of pronamide in soil. Pestic. Sci 1: 237-239
Harvey, C.; Wiese, A.F. 1967: Persistence of propazine on three soil types. Proc 20th sth. Weed Control Conf., 1967. 120-121
Smith, D.T.; Meggitt, W.F. 1967: Persistence of pyrazon in sugar beets in Michigan. Abstr. Meet. Weed Soc. Am, 74-5
Ruffo, G.; Casillo, S. 1964: Persistence of reaction to the ring test in cattle vaccinated with Strain 19. Atti Soc. ital. Sci. vet 18: 623-625
Taylor, J.L., J. 1964: Persistence of regular estrous cycles in hamsters under constant environmental conditions. Physiologist. Wash., 7: 270
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Gunther, F.A.; Ewart, W.H.; Barkley, J.H.; Murphy, R.T. 1965: Persistence of residues of dimethoate on and in mature Valencia oranges and in laboratory-processed Citrus pulp cattle feed. J. agric. Fd Chem, Easton, Pa. 13(6): 548-549
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