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Lai, C.Y.; Leung, K.W. 1967: The physical and chemical properties of Ando soils in Yungmingshan. J. Taiwan agric. Res 16(4): 1-7
Kozlov, V.N.; Bronzov, O.; Utkina, E.A. 1967: The physical and chemical properties of charcoal. 5. Lesn. Z., Arhangel'sk 10(2): 130-3
Krolikowski, L.; Adamczyk, B.; Borkowski, J.; Et Al. 1968: The physical and chemical properties of separate grain fractions of soil parent rocks. Roczniki glebozn 19: 2-22
Gulcur, F. 1964: The physical and chemical properties of some terra rossa developed near Mersin (Mediterranean region of Turkey) and the mineralogy of its clay fraction. Istanbul Univ. Orm. Fak. Derg, 14A: 1, 1-37
Behrens, R.W. 1964: The physical and chemical properties of surfactants and their effects on formulated herbicides. Weeds 12(4): 255-258
Bhuiya, Z.H.; Anam, K.; Poddar, S.C. 1969: The physical and chemical studies on the red coloured soils of Kotbari Hills, Comilla, East Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Soil Science 5(2): 51-56
Van Valkenburg, J.W. 1969: The physical and colloidal chemical aspects of pesticidal formulations research: a challenge. Adv. Chem. Ser. 1969. 86, 1-6
Terasawa, S.; Ueda, K. 1970: The physical and engineering properties of various groups of paddy field soil. 2. Aggregate composition and soil structure. Trans. jap. Soc. Irrig. Drainage recl. Engng 33: 9-15
Terasawa, S.; Ueda, K. 1970: The physical and engineering properties of various groups of paddy field soil. 3. Water retentivitity and its reversibility. Trans. jap. Soc. Irrig. Drainage recl. Engng 33: 16-24
Terasawa, S.; Ueda, K. 1970: The physical and engineering properties of various groups of paddy field soil. 4. Consistence and mairie suction versus Atterberg limit. Trans. jap. Soc. Irrig. Drainage red. Engng 33: 25-32
Terasawa. S 1970: The physical and engineering properties of various groups of paddy field soil. 5. The viscoelasticity of various soils. Trans. jap. Soc. Irrig. Drainage red. Engng 33: 33-40
Terasawa, S. 1970: The physical and engineering properties of various groups of paddy field soil. 6. Vertical percolation. Trans. jap. Soc. Irrig. Drainage red. Engng 33: 41-48
Terasawa, S.; Ueda, K. 1970: The physical and engineering properties of various groups of paddy field soil. 7. Classification of paddy soils based on physical and mechanical behaviour. Trans. jap. Soc. Irrig. Drainage red. Engng 33: 49-54
Terasawa, S. 1970: The physical and engineering properties of various groups of paddy field soil. I. Soil hardness and the three-phase profile. Trans. jap. Soc. Irrig. Drainage red. Engng 33: 1-8
Rozkov, V.A. 1967: The physical and hydrological properties of the main types of montaneforest soils on Sakhalin Island. Pocvoved, 6, 82-92
Erdelyi, G.; Wittmann, G. 1969: The physical and mechanical characteristics of hybrid Black Poplars grown in Hungary. Falp. Kutatas, 719-84
Kobashi, H.; Nagahori, K.; Ogino, Y. 1968: The physical and mechanical characteristics of poldered paddy fields in Kojima Bay. 2. The effect of tractor operations on mole drains. Scient. Rep. Fac. Agric. Okayama Univ 32: 75-85
Kasesalu, A. 1965: The physical and mechanical properties of Birch from different site types. Metsanduse Tead. Uurim. Lab. Metsandusl. Uurim., Tallinn. 4, 149-57
Usanov, A.V. 1969: The physical and mechanical properties of Pine and Spruce seedlings. Lesn. Z 12(5): 9-12
Kasper, J.B.; Szabo, T. 1970: The physical and mechanical properties of Whitebark Pine. For. Chron 46(4): 315-6
Kasesalu, A.A. 1968: The physical and mechanical properties of the wood of Birch in alvar forests. Lesn. Z., Arhaqngel'sk 11(2): 104-5
Holmes, R.A.; Macdonald, R.B. 1969: The physical basis of system design for remote sensing in agriculture. Proc. Inst. electl electron. Engrs 57(4): 629-39
Maier, S. 1970: The physical behaviour of Hygromull. Sonderh. landw. Forsch, 25/1: 14-20
Kakita, K.; Sakaki, Y. 1966: The physical characteristics of Sirasu soils in Miyazaki and Kagosima. Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, Miyazaki University 12: 139-148
Michell, T.E.; Wood, P.W. 1970: The physical characteristics of beef cattle properties in the Townsville region of Queensland. Q. Rev. agric. Econ., Canberra 23(3): 146-63
Nielsen, D.R.; Biggar, J.W. 1967: The physical characterization of field soils. The collection and processing of field data A CSIRO symposium 30 August-2 September, 1966 287-307
Heungens, A. 1969: The physical decomposition of Pine litter by earthworms. Plant and Soil 31(1): 22-30
Heimer, C.B.; Freedman, A.M. 1965: The physical development of prematurely born Negro infants. Growth up to 21/2 years of age. Amer. J. Dis. Child 109: 500-525
Ancerbak, S.P. 1968: The physical nature of the heat resistance of the French bean. Shorn. Trud. Aspirant. molod. nauc. Sotrud. vses. nauc.-issled. Inst. Rasten. (Rec. Wk. Postgrad. jun. sci. All-Un. sci.-res. Inst. Pl. Indust.) 9(13): 239-43
Dratva, V.D. 1967: The physical properties of Panicum millet from the northern provinces of Kazahstan. Trud. vses. nauc.-issled. Inst. Zern. Produkt. Pererab. (Trans. Ail-Un, sci.-res. Inst. Grain Product. Process.), 1967. 57, 119-25
Gherghi, A. 1965: The physical properties of apples as important criteria in the choice of varieties for a given region. Lucr. sti. Inst. Cerc. horti-vitic. . 1965. 6: 817-25
Webb, J.E. 1964: The physical properties of lagoon and mangrove deposits. J. appl. Ecol 1: 443-444
Fiala, J. 1971: The physical properties of the fodder plants. Scientia Agriculturae Bohemoslovaca 3(1): 53-64
Montemurro, O.; Cianci, D.; Bellitti, E. 1966: The physical qualities of the wool fibre in sheep of the Moretta breed. Annali Fac. Agr. Univ. Bari. 19: 307-343
Forbes, J.M. 1968: The physical relationships of the abdominal organs in the pregnant ewe. J. agric. Sci, Camb 70: 171-177
Buma, T.J. 1966: The physical structure of spray milk powder and the changes which take place during moisture absorption. Netherlands Milk and Dairy Journal 20(2): 91-112
Mattson, D.E. 1966: The physical-chemical characteristics of a bovine enterovirus prototype. Dissertation Abstracts B, The Sciences and Engineering 27: 35
Glet, O. 1967: The physical-hydrological properties of degraded and illimerized chernozems on loess. Ved. Pr. vysk. Ust. rastl. Vyroby Praze-Ruzyni 11: 19-30
Popov, D.; Kumanov, B.; V"lchev, S. 1971: The physical-mechanical properties of red peppers for grinding. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 8(7): 47-58
Vergelesov, V.M.; Belousov, A.P.; Vinogradov, A. A.; Vinogradov, A. A.; Zasukha, K.N.; Zasukha, O.A. 1966: The physico-chemical basis and technological possibilities of manufacture of butter of improved consistency by the continuous process. Dokl., II Mezhdunarod. Kongr. Vop. Nauki Tekhnol. pishch. Prom. (Tekhnol. pishch. Prod, zhivot. Proiskhozhdeniya). 2: 57-64
Squire, H.M. 1964: The physico-chemical behaviour and movement of ions in the soil. Further studies on physico-chemical changes in the availability to plants of strontium-90 in soil. Agric. Res. Coun. radiobiol. Lab. Rep. 64, 1964. 45-47
Lindsay, W.L.; Hodgson, J.F.; Norvell, W.A. 1967: The physico-chemical equilibrium of metal chelates in soils and their influence on the availability of micronutrient cations. Meeting of Commissions II and IV of the International Society of Soil Science and soil chemistry and fertility, September, 1966, Aberdeen, Scot 305-316
Nlkogosjan Nlkoghosyan, E.E.; Kazakov, E.D. 1970: The physicochemical and baking characteristics of complex wheat hybrids. Hayasdani Kensabanakan Handes (Armen. biol. J.). 23: 75-79
Ermakova, E.A.; Medvedeva, A.B. 1968: The physicochemical properties of the gluten (biochemical assessment) of the wheats of Central Asia and Iran. The Institute of Plant Industry world collections in the service of agriculture in Central Asia, Fan, Taskent, 33-45
Himel, C.M. 1969: The physics and biology of the control of cotton insect populations with insecticide sprays. J. Ga ent. Soc, Athens, Ga 4(2): 33-40
Swardt, A.M.J. de; Trendall, A.F. 1969: The physiographic development of Uganda. Overseas Geology and Mineral Resources 10(3): 241-288
Joubert, E. 1971: The physiographic, edaphic and vegetative characteristics found in the western Etosha national park. Madoqua 4, 5-32
Anonymous 1966: The physiologic race, a challenge to resistance. Menara Perkebun 35: 31-35
Bandong, J.M.; Ou, S.H. 1966: The physiologic races of Piricularia oryzae Cav. in the Philippines. Philippine Agr 49(8): 655-667
Krovetz, L.J. 1965: The physiologic significance of body surface area. Journal of Pediatrics 67(5): 841-862
Pravdina, L.I. 1967: The physiological activity of arboricides. Trudy Velikoluksk. sel'.-khoz, Inst 7: 146-51
Sukhova, S.I.; Simochatova, E.P.; Beskov, S.D. 1967: The physiological activity of urea, boric and carboxylic acids. Agrokhimiya, 2, 96-9
Plhak, F. 1971: The physiological activity of volatile substances of plants in air and water media. Biologia Plantarum 13(3): 165-173
Ho, K.; Jung, K. 1966: The physiological age of Culex fatigans and its relationship to the transmission of Wuchereria bancrofti. Scientia Sinica 15(5): 716-722
Morris, C.D.; DeFoliart, G.R. 1970: The physiological age of Wisconsin Aedes mosquitoes parasitized by water-mites. Journal of Medical Entomology 7(5): 628
Norris, L.A. 1967: The physiological and biochemical bases of selective herbicide action. Symp. Proc. Herbicides Vegetation Mgmt in For., Ranges, Non-crop Lands, Corvallis, 56-66
Sergeeva, K.A. 1971: The physiological and biochemical bases of winter hardiness in woody plants. Fiziologicheskie i biokhimicheskie osnovy zimostoikosti drevesnykh rastenii, Izdatel'stvo Nauka,Moscow, USSR: 174
Mihajlov, M.V. 1964: The physiological and biochemical characteristics associated with resistance in vines grown under the conditions of the Moldavian SSR. Kartja Moldovenjaske. Kisinev, 41-48
Agapova, M.V.; Bynov, F.A. 1971: The physiological and biochemical characteristics of black currants. Uchenye Zapiski, Permskii Universitet, No. 277(5): 59-66
Jaremenko, I.K. 1967: The physiological and biochemical characteristics of monogerm and multigerm sugar beet. Zap. voronez. sel'skohoz. Inst. (Mem. Voronez agric. Inst.), 34: 139-44
Sarasola, A.A. 1970: The physiological and biochemical focus of modern phytopathology. Idia, 267, 25-42
Baranovskij, P.M.; Garms, E.I. 1966: The physiological and biochemical nature of heterosis as a basis for the elaboration of diagnostic methods for matching maize pairs in crossing for heterosis. Heterosis in plant production, Stavropol', 5-15
Golynskaja, E.L.; Grigorenko, T.M.; Mihalko, S.N. 1965: The physiological and biochemical properties of the vegetative and reproductive organs of maize in relation to heterosis. Fiziol. Rast. (PI. Physiol.) 12(3): 440-52
Gatschew Gachev, E. 1965: The physiological and chemical characteristics of lactation in rabbits. Biol. Zbl 84(4): 447-60
Ruger, H. 1968: The physiological and economic effects of apple fruit thinning. ErwObstb 10: 64-7
Sipilov, V.S. 1967: The physiological and economic importance of intensifying calving. Veterinaria, Saraj., 16: 289-300
Stahlin, A.; Schafer, K. 1968: The physiological and practical importance of the formation of lateral shoots in maize. Z. Acker- u. PflBau, 128: 4, 335-53
Katzfuss, M. 1965: The physiological aspect of root pruning at autumn planting. Obstbau, Berlin. 5: 90-1
Bouma, D.; Dowling, E.J. 1966: The physiological assessment of the nutrient status of plants. 2. The effects of the nutrient status of the plant with re-spect to phosphorus, sulphur, potassium, calcium, or boron on the pattern of leaf area response following the transfer to different nutrient solutions. 3. Experiments with plants raised at different nitrogen levels. Aust. J. agric. Res 17(5): 633-46; 647-55. Bibl. 3; 6
Bouma, D.; Dowling, E.J. 1966: The physiological assessment of the nutrient status of plants. II. The effect of the nutrient status of the plant with respect to phosphorus, sulphur, potassium, calcium or boron on the pattern of leaf area response following the transfer to different nutrient solutions. Aust.J. agric. Res 17: 633-646
Bouma, D.; Dowling, E.J. 1966: The physiological assessment of the nutrient status of plants. III. Experiments with plants raised at different nitrogen levels. Australian J Agr Res 17(5): 647-655
Bouma, D.; Dowling, E.J. 1967: The physiological assessment of the nutrient status of plants. IV. The effect of the interaction between nutrient elements on leaf area responses. Aust. J. agric. Res 18: 223-233
Crescimanno, F.G. 1965: The physiological bases and technique of fertilizing strawberries. Riv. Ortofloro fruttic. ital 49: 138-58
Steinhubel, G. 1965: The physiological basis for predicting the hardiness of evergreens. Cas. Slezsk. Muz., Opava (Ser. C, Dendrol.). 4: 1-18
Ahromejko, A.I. 1965: The physiological basis for the creation of resistant forest stands. Fiziologiceskoe obosnovanie sozdanija ustojcivyh lesnyh nasazdenij, Izdatel'stvo 'Lesnaja Promyslennost',Moscow, USSR: 312
Lalova, M. 1964: The physiological basis for the use of the herbicide 2,4-D mixed with ammonium nitrate or ammonium sulphate. Rasteniev'dni Nauki 1(6): 97-102
Levy, J.F. 1970: The physiological basis of foliar diagnosis of the vine. "Control de la Fertilization de las Plantas Cultivadas". 2 degrees Coloquio eur. medit, Cent. Edafol. Biol. aplic. Cuarto, Sevilla, Spain., 243-252
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Parups, E. 1965: The physiological basis of plant tolerance to salts. Greenhouse, Gdn, Grass 5(4): 7-10
Scott, R.K. 1968: The physiological basis of varietal variation in potatoes and oil seed rape. Report of the School of Agriculture, University of Nottingham,. 1968. 67-73
Meyling, H.D.G.elig; Van Dobben, W.H. 1965: The physiological causes of variation in yield between oat varieties. Mededel Inst Biol Schekundig Onderz Landbouwgewassen 280/295: 81-88
Aboul-Khair, S.A.; Crooks, J.; Turnbull, A.C.; Hytten, F.E. 1964: The Physiological Changes in Thyroid Function during Pregnancy. Clinical Science 27: 195-207
Tarasov, V.M.; Kovalenko, V.F. 1970: The physiological characteristics of apple trees in conditions of copper deficiency. Izv. timirjazev. sel.-hoz. Akad, 1, 141-52
Kolomiec, I.A., E.Al. 1970: The physiological characteristics of dormancy and germination in apricot seeds. Sel'.-hoz. Biol 5: 680-6
Dolja, V.S. 1966: The physiological characters of sugar-beet hybrids. Achievements of science for production, Kiev., 68-73
Cistjakov, A.R.; Leuhina, T.; Uspenskij, E.I. 1968: The physiological condition of Norway Spruce advance growth of different categories of vitality. Lesn. Z, Arhangel'sk 11(1): 10-2
Leuhina, T.A. 1970: The physiological condition of Oak plantations after treatment with arboricides. Lesn. Z 13(2): 24-7
Vlasova, O.N. 1966: The physiological condition of adults of the pine weevil Pissodes notatus F. (Coleoptera, Curculionidae) at different periods of their life. Snt. Obozr, Washington, D.C., & New York, 45: pt. 4, 728-732
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Moore, K. 1966: The physiological control of F1 grass-dwarfs in Triticum aestivum L. Euphytica Neth J Plant Breeding 15(3): 329-347
Bingham, J. 1969: The physiological determinants of grain yield in cereals. Agric. Progr 44: 30-42
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Islamov, I. 1968: The physiological effect of diuron on germinating seeds of cotton and Amaranthus retroflexus. Uzbek, biol. Zh 12(6): 22-5
Vorisek, V.; Minarova, E.; Becka, J. 1967: The physiological effect of high boron concentration on maize at different environmental temperatures. Ust. ved. Inf. MZVz Rostl. Vyroba 40: 889-896
Aso, S.; Takenaga, H. 1968: The physiological effect of mimic acid. 5. Effect of sodium nitrohumate on the uptake of 89Sr by lowland rice on different soil types. Soil Sci. Pl. Nutr, Tokyo., 15: 134-135, 558-564
Kutateladze, E.A.; Dzhabua, M.I. 1970: The physiological effect of pangamic acid. Soobshcheniya Akademii Nauk Gruzinskoi SSR 57(3): 737-740
Sarapuu, L.P. 1965: The physiological effect of phloridzin as a beta inhibitor during growth and dormancy in the apple tree. Fiziol. Rast 12: 134-45
Tetenyi, M. 1965: The physiological effect of treatments to break the dormancy of apricot seeds. Kert. sz'bl. Foisk. Kozlem 29(2): part 1, 105-18
Benade, A.J.; Wyndham, C.H.; Strydom, N.B.; Rogers, G.G. 1971: The physiological effects of a mid-shift feed of sucrose. South African Medical Journal 45(26): 711-718
Wellensiek, S.J. 1969: The physiological effects of flower forming genes in peas. Z. Pfl Physiol 5: 388-402
Julliard, B.; Balthazard, J. 1965: The physiological effects of gibberellic acid on some varieties of Vitis vinifera. Ann. Amel. Plantes. 15: 61-78
Van Herrewege, J. 1970: The physiological effects of the heat-stable toxin of B. thuringiensis on the larvae and adults of D. melanogaster. Entomophaga 15: pt. 2, 209-222
Vandeplassche, M. 1969: The physiological explanation of split parturition in the pig and other mammalian species. Annales D'endocrinologie 30(2): 328-341
Grinenko, V.V. 1965: The physiological incompatibility of the graft components of fruit trees. Bot. Zurnal 50: 1409-18
Lewert, R.M.; Para, B.J. 1966: The physiological incorporation of carbon 14 in Schistosoma mansoni cercariae. Journal of Infectious Diseases 116(2): 171-182
Tumanov, I.I. 1967: The physiological mechanism of frost resistance in plants. Fiziol. Rast 14: 520-39
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Scorza, P.; Berni, M. 1966: The physiological mellituria of the term infant in the first months of life. Results of partition chromatography on thin layers. Bollettino della Societa Italiana di Biologia Sperimentale 42: 521-525
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Lizandr, A.A.; Brovtsyna, V.L. 1964: The physiological role of cauline leaves of rice in the formation and ripening of the caryopses. Fiziologiya Rast 11(3): 391-7
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Kruzilin, A.S. 1969: The physiological role of cotyledons in the ontogenesis of some dicotyledonous plants. Fiziol. Rast 16: 279-87
Takahashi, E.; Okuda, A. 1964: The physiological role of silicon for crop plants. 12. Difference in silicon absorption between tops and roots of some crop plants. Soil Sci. Pl. Nutr 11(1): 43-44
Takahashi, E.; Okuda, A. 1964: The physiological role of silicon for crop plants. II. Effect of light on the silicon uptake of rice seedlings. Soil Sci. & Plant Nutr 10(3): 44-45
Tiunov, A.N. 1967: The physiological role of soil acidity and aluminium ions in plant life. Vest, sel'.-khoz. Nauki, Mosk, 12, 11-16
Zeltobrjuh, N.A.; Loginova, N.V.; Manullov, I.M. 1966: The physiological role of the secretions of the accessory sex glands. Ovtsevodstvo 12(9): 19-23
Korovin, A.L.Tarlinskaya, B.P.; Dul'-Binskaya, D.A.; Petrov, A.M.; Kolmakova, O.V. 1966: The physiological significance of low soil temperatures in the decrease of field germination rates of seeds. Sel'.-khoz. Biologiya 1(2): 295-301
Molcan, I.M. 1966: The physiological significance of the fertilization process in plants. Izv. timirjazev. sel'skohozjajstv. Akad. (News Timirjazev agric. Acad.), 3: 17-29
Becking, J.H. 1971: The physiological significance of the leaf nodules of Psychotria. Plant and Soil Spec, 361-74
Mraz, F. 1970: The physiological specialization of E. graminis f. sp. tritici in wheat in the Czechoslovak People's Republic in 1965 and 1966. Ochr. Rost 6: 7-12
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Bruckner, F. 1970: The physiological specialization of P. hordei Otth. on territory of the Czechoslovak Peoples' Republic in 1966 and 1967. Ochr. Rost 6: 13-18
Sebesta, J.; Bartos, P. 1968: The physiological specialization of wheat leaf rust (P. recondita Rob. ex Desm. f. sp. tritici Erikss.) in czechoslovakia in 1962 and 1963. Ochr. Rostl, Praha 1: 1-8
Mel'nikov, V.E. 1970: The physiological state of different eggplant varieties in relation to the shedding of reproductive organs. Zap. Voronez. sel.'-hoz. Inst 45: 167-76
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Kral, F. 1967: The physiology and ecology of the water economy of different strains of European Larch. Ber. Dtsch. Bot. Ges 80(2): 145-54
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Inoue, H. 1971: The physiology and growth of Satsuma orange trees on Junos and trifoliate orange rootstocks. II Growth of young trees as related to the concentration of nitrogen in sand culture. Kagawa Daigaku Nogakubu Gakuzyutu Hokoku 22(2): 83-91
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Ovcharov, K.E. 1969: The physiology of different-quality seeds. Proceedings of the International Seed Testing Association 34(2): 305-313
Kolomiets, I.A.; Parfenova, T.M.; Teplitskaya, E.V. 1968: The physiology of dormancy and germination of Crambe cordifolia seeds. Fiziologiya Rast 15(6): 979-87
Yasuda, S.; Shimoyama, H. 1965: The physiology of earing in cereals and its genetics. VI. Determination of genes for heading period in barley sown out of doors in the autumn. Nogaku Kenkyu/Jap. Rep. Ohara Inst. agric. Biol 50: 167-86
Dixon, K.E. 1966: The physiology of excystment of the metacercaria of Fasciola hepatica L. Parasitology 56(3): 431-456
Arme, C.; Walkey, M. 1970: The physiology of fish parasites. Aspects of fish parasitology. Symposium of the British Society for Parasitology (8th), London, November 7 Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications., 79-101
Hughes, A.P. 1968: The physiology of flowering. Sci. Hort 20: 11-25
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Jahn, E.; Weber, T. 1966: The polyhedrosis of Dasychira pudibunda and its transmission. Anz. Schadlingsk 39(3): 39-42
Isenstein, R.S. 1971: The polymorphic relationship of Cooperia oncophora (Railliet, 1898) Ransom, 1907, to Cooperia surnabada Antipin, 1931 (Nematoda: Trichostrongylidae). Journal of Parasitology 57(2): 316-319
Witoksch, P.; Andriole, V.T.; Emmons, C.W.; Utz, J.P. 1966: The polypeptidc antifiingal agent (X-5079C): further studies in 39 patients. Am. Kcv.resp.Dis 93(6): 876-888
Capriles De Reyes, L.; Reyes E.; H. 1968: The polyphenol content of two cacao varieties and its relation to resistance to Ceratocystis fimbriata. Agron. trop, Maracay 18: 339-55
Torikata, H.; Matsui, S. 1966: The polyphenolic substances in chestnut trees and the relationship of the contents of polyphenolic substances to resistance to chestnut gall wasps. J. Jap. Soc. hort. Sci 35: 89-97
Walker, J.R.L. 1964: The polyphenoloxidase of Pear fruit. Aust. J. biol. Sci 17(2): 575-576
Kukla, A.S.; Nagarajan, G.R.; Seshadri, T.R. 1965: The polyphenols of arecanut and their possible utilization. Arecanut J 16(2): 19-23
Decau, J. 1968: The polysaccharides in soil : their origin, dynamics and role. Annls agron 19: 65-82
Deullin, R. 1968: The polythermal banana boat Polar Ecuador. Fruits d'Outre Mer 23: 171-5
Lhoste, J.; Douchet, J.-P.; Penchi, L. 1970: The polyvalent systemic fungicides thiophanate and methylthiophanate. Phytiatrie-Phytopharmacie 19(4): 167-170
Scheffer, F.; Lorenz, H. 1968: The pool amino acids in some varieties of wheat. 2. The influence of different fertilizer applications at an advanced stage of growth upon the pool formation in young kernels and upon the synthesis of seed protein. Landw. Forsch 21: 3-4, 326-38
Lorenz, H. 1969: The pool-amino-acids during the growth of several wheat varieties. 3. The influence of various applications of nitrogen in combination with Cycocel and the preceding crop upon the pool in the leaves of a few local varieties as compared with a modern intensive variety. Landzo. Forsch 22(1): 1-9
Harris, J.W.E.; Coppel, H.C. 1967: The poplar-and-willow borer, Sterno-ehetus (=Cryptorhynchus) lapathi (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), in British Columbia. Can. Ent 99(4): 411-418
Konig, H.E. 1970: The popliteal artery of some domestic mammals. Zentbl. VetMed, 17A: 644-651
Kennedy, C.R. 1970: The population biology of helminths of British freshwater fish. Aspects of fish parasitology. Symposium of the British Society for Parasitology (8th), London, November 7 Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications., 145-159
Wagner, S. 1966: The population composition of foot and mouth disease virus in the course of adaptation to the central nervous system of mice. Arch. exp. VetMed 20: 825-838
Hochmut, R. 1964: The population dynamics of A. crataeganus in oak stands Czechoslovakia in 1957-61. Pr. vyzk. Ust. lesn, Prague 28: 35-80
Weismann, L. 1967: The population dynamics of A. fabae on sugar-beet as the basis for forecasting damage. Z. angew. Ent, 59: pt. 1, 1-15
Selman, M. 1970: The population dynamics of Avena fatua (wild oats) in continuous spring barley. Desirable frequency of spraying with tri-allate. Proc 10th Br. Weed Control Conf, 1176-88
Clark, L.R. 1964: The population dynamics of Cardiaspina albitextura (Psyllidae). Aust. J. Zool 12(3): 362-80
Skuhravy, V.; Novak, K.; Ruzicka, Z. 1968: The population dynamics of L. decemlineata in two climatically different areas of Bohemia. Z. angew. Ent, 62: pt. 4, 365-385
Ohnesorge, B.; Thalenhorst, W. 1966: The population dynamics of Pristiphora abietina. III. Latency. Z. angew. Ent 57(3): 229-93
Sutton, S.L. 1968: The population dynamics of Trichoniscus pusillus and Philoscia muscorum (Crustacea, Oniscoidea) in limestone grassland. J. Anim. Ecol 37: 425-444
Kacanski, D. 1968: The population dynamics of black-flies (Diptera, Simuliidae). Godisnjak Bioloskog Instituta Univerziteta u Sarajevu 21: 71-128
Paling, J.E. 1965: The population dynamics of the monogenean gill parasite Discocotyle sagittata Leuckart on Windermere trout, Salmo trutta, L. Parasitology 55(4): 667-694
Taranukha, M.D.; Telenga, N.A. 1967: The population dynamics of the noxious Pentatomid in the Ukraine and the reasons for its population depression. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 46(2): 213-220
Kiel, W. 1969: The population dynamics of the potato nematode (H. rostochiensis) during repeated cultivation of nematode-resistant potatoes to determine the development of biotypes. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst. Berl., 23: 189-92
Embree, D.G. 1965: The population dynamics of the winter moth in Nova Scotia, 1954-1962. Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada 46: 55
Dempster, J.P. 1971: The population ecology of the cinnabar moth, Tyria jacobaeae L. (Lepidoptera, Arctiidae). Oecologia 7: 26-67
Jona, R. 1967: The population effect in pollen cultures: certain aspects of its nature. G. hot, ital., 101: 273-80
Fischer, W. 1968: The population explosion and world food production. Kalibriefe, Hannover 5(12): 1-14
Mariau, D. 1967: The population fluctuations of Oryctes in the Ivory Coast. Oleagineux, Paris 22(7): 45(1-454)
Tariverdian, G. 1970: The population genetics of phosphohexose isomerase (EC: in the pig. Humangenetik 9: 110-112
Jones, F.G.W.; Parrott, D.M.; Ross, G.J.S. 1967: The population genetics of the potato cyst-nematode, Heterodera rosto-chiensis: mathematical models to simulate the effects of growing eelworm-resistant potatoes bred from Solatium tuberosum ssp. andigena. Ann. appl. Biol 60(1): 151-171
Barkworth, H.; Bateson, M. 1965: The population level of presumptive Nitrosomonas and Nitrobacter in some English soils. Plant and Soil 22: 220-228
Healey, I.N. 1967: The population metabolism of Onychiurus procampatus Gisin (Collembola). Progress in Soil Biology 127-137
Locoh, T. 1970: The population of agricultural households, emigration and ageing. Results since 1962 and forecasts up to 1975. Population. Paris 25(3): 497-516
Kudrjaseva, I.V. 1970: The population of larvae of Cicadetta montana in the soil of Oak forests and felled areas in the Tellerman experimental forest. Vzaimootnosenija Komponentov biogeocenoza v Listvennyh Molodnjakah, Izdatel'stvo 'Nauka',Moscow, USSR: 178-81
Mews, A.R. 1970: The population statistics of rapidly increasing laboratory populations of Glossina. Tsetse fly breeding under laboratory conditions and its practical application 1st international symposium 22nd and 23rd April, 1970. 143-144
Swarbrick, O. 1968: The porcine agalactia syndrome. Clinical and histological observations. Vet. Rec 82(9): 241-52
Johnson, J.L.; McBee, R.H. 1967: The porcupine cecal fermentation. Journal of Nutrition 91(4): 540-546
Goren'kov, M.P. 1970: The pore-filling effectiveness of primers and pore-fillers. Lesn. Z 13(2): 75-9
Fobucci, P. 1967: The pork pig. Riv.Zootec 40: 228-233
Sunkel, R. 1964: The porosity of soil aggregates. 4. Pore size as affected by swelling and shrinking. Z. PflErnahr. Dung 107: 206-215
Stone, J.E. 1964: The porous structure of wood and fibres. Pulp Paper Mag. Can 65(1): T3-T12
Varró, V.; Csernay, L. 1967: The portal transfer of glucose in the dog. American Journal of Digestive Diseases 12(8): 775-784
Sedlak, L. 1969: The portion of precipitated water intercepted by vegetation. Acta Univ. Agric. Brno. Fac. Agron. 17(3): 445-52
Petrescu, M.; Et Al 1968: The posibility of using antibiotics to control some fungus diseases in forest nurseries. Cercetari privind posibilatea folosirii antibioticelor la combaterea unor boli criptogamice din pepinierele forestiere, Institutul de Cercetari Forestiere,Bucharest, Romania: 62
Anonymous 1966: The position and aims of livestock breeding on the Ivory Coast. Bull. Afr. noire 410: 8298-8300
L.Jaouen, J.C. 1972: The position and economic importance of goat-breeding in France. Yrb. Br. Goat Soc, 9-13
Spoor, P.A. 1967: The position and future of Dutch fruit growing from the standpoint of the business economy. Fruitteelt 57: 356-8
V.Kong Hau. 1964: The position and future prospects of cotton growing in Vietnam. Hlopkovodstvo (Cotton Growing). 7, 51-52
Plendl, E. 1967: The position and potential development of farms in selected natural areas of Bavaria. Veroff. Forsch.-Gesell. Agr.-Politik Agr.-Soziol, Bonn, 184, 250
Muller, H. 1965: The position and prospects in the breeding of winter barley. SB dtsch. Akad. LandwWiss. Berl, 81-91
Wolfram, B. 1966: The position and prospects of breeding a weakly growing cherry rootstock. Obstbau, Berlin 6(6): 86-88
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Porsche, W. 1965: The position and prospects of breeding work with wheat. SB dtsch. Akad. LandwWiss. Berl, 51-66
Kress, H. 1964: The position and prospects of lupin breeding in the German Democratic Republic. Wiss. Z. Karl-Marx-Univ. Leipzig: math.-naturw, Reihe 13: 683-90
Kondratenko, P.T.; Gubanov, I.A. 1965: The position and prospects of scientific research work on medicinal plants in the U.S.S.R. Rastit. Resursy 1(1): 19-30
Ilgner, J. 1967: The position and role of selected co-operative partners in the process of production and providing the population with food products. Z. Agrarokonomik, Berlin 10(4): 181-9
Molnar, G. 1964: The position and significance of disciplines concerned with the social economics of forestry and with forests and forestry from the national point of view, in the forest sciences, and in the economic policies of modern societies. Cbl. ges. Forstw 81(4): 213-32
O'Grady, J.E.; Heald, P.J. 1969: The position and spacing of implantation sites in the uterus of the rat during early pregnancy. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 20(3): 407-412
Toepel, E. 1965: The position and tasks of rye breeding. SB dtsch. Akad. LandwWiss. Berl, 67-79
Guckenberger, G.; Losch, R. 1969: The position as regards regional competition within EEC in production dependent on cereal feeding stuffs. Stud. Agr.-Wirt, IFO-lnst. Wirt.-Forsch, Munchen, 3, 102
Groschoff, K. 1970: The position held by agriculture in the national economy of the German Democratic Republic. The buildup of modern socialist agriculture in dependence on the general progress of society. Papers presented by the Agricultural Economy Group of the German Democratic Republic at the XIV International Conference of the Agricultural Economists, Neetzow: Inst. Agric. Econ., 58-87
Lambert, D.A.; Jewiss, O.R. 1970: The position in the plant and the date of origin of tillers which produce inflorescences. J. Br. Grassld Soc 25(2): 107-12
Trebuhova, T.V. 1965: The position of Aspen in the Samara forests, Dnepropetrovsk region. Ukr. bot. Z 22(2): 71-4
Tudoriu, C.D. 1966: The position of Brucella ovis (Buddle 1956) in bacterial taxonomy. Lucr. Inst. Cerc. Vet. Bioprep. Pasteur 3(2): 199-212
Karmanova, E.M.; Sudarikov, V.E. 1968: The position of Dioctowittus wittei Chabaud & Le Van Hoa, 1960 within the Nema-toda. Parasites of animals and plants, Moscow: Izdat. "Nauka"., 4, 83-87
Anonymous 1969: The position of German and European agricultural policy. (Land-Hauswirt. Auswertungs Inf.-Dienst No. 140.). Der stand der deutschen und euro-paischen Agrarpolitik, Hiltrup/ Munster: Landwirtschaftsverlag., 101
Gradi, A. 1971: The position of Italy as regards forest tree seeds: seed stands and seed orchards. Monti e Boschi 22(4): 9-14
Sokolov, S.Ja. 1965: The position of Picea orientalis (L.) Link in the genus Picea. Bot. Z. (Bot. J.). Moskva 50: 1745-46
Sokolov, S.Ja. 1965: The position of Picea orientalis in the genus Picea. Bot. Z, 50: 12, 1745-6
Parpala, O. 1968: The position of Rumania in the international division of labour in agriculture. Stud. Cerce-tari econ., Bucuresti 4: 147-63
Miegroet, M.Van 1964: The position of Silver Fir in Belgium. Experience outside its natural range. Schweiz. Z. Forstw, 115: 9/10, 492-517
Lebedev, B.I. 1969: The position of Vallisiopsis concerta in the system of Monogenea. Problems of parasitology. Trudy nauch. Konf. Parazit. UkSSR (6th), 1969. Pt. II, 248-251
Wall, A.M.; Riley, R.; Gale, M.D. 1971: The position of a locus on chromosome 5B of Triticum aestivum affecting homoeologous meiotic pairing. Genetical Research 18(3): 329-339
Baeta Neves, C.M.L. 1970: The position of agriculture and forestry in conservation of natural resources. Agros, Lisboa. 53(1/6): 11-20
Ropke, W. 1966: The position of agriculture in modern industrial society. Torheiten der Zeit. Zeit. (Zurich/ Nuremberg), 124-56
Schneider, M. 1968: The position of agriculture in the Austrian economy. For-derungsdienst, Wien, 16: Spec. 2, 5-10
Schreiber, J. 1971: The position of agriculture in the development process of the 'Third World' in the view of Polish economists. Vierteljahresberichte. Hannover, 44: 06
Munch, S. 1966: The position of agriculture in the process of economic growth in underdeveloped countries. Z. Agrarokonomik, Berlin 9(12): 619-27
Werner, J. 1968: The position of agriculture within the framework of the whole economy. Wirt.-Politische Mitt., Zurich 24(4): 1-10
Pilz, K. 1967: The position of artificial insemination of cattle in the German Democratic Republic. Mh. VetMed 22: 681-684
Collins, R.L.; Hutton, J.J. 1970: The position of autosomal glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase on linkage group VIII of the mouse. J. Hered 61: 53-54
Reisch, W. 1964: The position of breeding for resistance to P. tabacina. Dtsch. Tabakbau 44(6): 41-45
Holl, C. 1965: The position of cattle breeding and research in Czechoslovakia before the fourth five-year plan. Za sots, sel'.-hoz. Nauku 14(4): 321-66
Biedermann, L. 1964: The position of cattle husbandry within the economy of the farm. Zemed. ekon, Praha, 10 (37): 11, 697-704
Neururer, H. 1968: The position of chemical weed control in chicory. Pflanzenarzt 21: 83-4
Tsuzuki, T. 1969: The position of dairy farming in Japanese agriculture. Z. ausl Landw., Frankfurt a.M 8(3): 281-97
Nouyrit, H. 1970: The position of farms and agricultural co-operatives in the present economic trends. Revue Etud. coop., Paris. 4: 345-77
Gay, J. 1968: The position of hard cheese factories in the EEC with particular reference to ' Parmigiano-Reggiano ' cheese. Dt. Molk.-Ztg, Kempten, 89: 46, 2034-40
Zimmermann, K. 1964: The position of micromorphology in relation to soil science. "Soil Micromorphology" Proc. II int. WkMtg Soil Micromorph. Arnhem, 505-524
Haarscher-Revol, S. 1964: The position of olive-oil in the international oil market. Olive-oil within the Common Market. Bol. Oleicultura int, Madrid 82: 13-68
Anonymous 1966: The position of private smallholdings in relation to contemporary Soviet agricultural policy. Econ. Bull, Berlin 3(5): 38-40
Niesslein, E. 1968: The position of recreational forests in land-use planning and in the business economics of forestry. Cbl. ges. Forstw 85(2): 80-97
Vecera, L. 1968: The position of rootstock breeding in the C.S.S.R. and its importance for the cultivation of roses under glass. Wiss. Z. Humboldt-Univ, Berlin 17: 289-92
Mlinsek, D. 1965: The position of silviculture in Slovenian forestry. Schweiz. Z. Forstw 116(9): 753-8
Anonymous 1968: The position of social geography. For the 60th birthday of Wolfgang Hartke. Munchner Stud. Sozial- Wirtsch.-Geogr., Wirt-sch.-Geogr. Inst., Univ. Munchen, Munchen, 4, 207
Salamanov, S. 1966: The position of the Comecon countries in regard to the development of industrial crops and horticulture. God. Katedrite Marksizam-Leninizam, Viss Uceb. Zaved., M-vo Nar. Prosv, Sofija 5(3/4): 215-68
Lavrenko, E.M. 1969: The position of the Eurasiatic steppe region in the system for the phytogeographic classification of extratropical Eurasia. Vegetatio 19: 1-6, 11-20
Gurliat, H. 1966: The position of the F.G.A. (General Federation of Agriculture). Econ. rur, Paris 67(1): 85-8
Koroveckaja, N.N. 1967: The position of the Livny breed of pig and prospects for its development. Zhivotnovodstvo. Mosk. 29(1): 51-56
Disson, J. 1966: The position of the farm worker in large-scale agriculture-Seine-et-Oise. Econ. rur, Paris 67(1): 63-6
Eliava, I.Y. 1964: The position of the genus Tylenchorhynchus within the Tylenchoidea (Nematoda: Tylenchida). Soobshcheniya Akademii Nauk Gruzinskol SSR 34(3): 669-673
Mannel, K.; Woelke, M.E. 1964: The position of the hen's egg within the clutch and clutch length in relationship to fertility and hatchability. Arch. Geflugellc 28: 277-289
Williams, J.R. 1966: The position of the spear guiding ring in Xiphinema species. Nematologica 12(3): 467-469
Daskalov, H. 1967: The position of theoretical investigations on heterosis in vegetables and its practical utilization. Vestn. sel'skohoz. Nauk. (Rep. Agric. Sci.), 3, 45-51
Anonymous 1971: The position of tobacco production in Madagascar, Brazil and Zambia. World Tobacco 65(32): 418-421
Komissarov, V.A. 1968: The position of vegetable onions in the botanical genus Allium L. Dokl. sel'skohoz. Acad. Timir-jazev. (Rep. Timirjazev agric. Acad.). 139, 321-28
Mills, F.D. 1966: The position of wage-earners in England and Wales. Econ. rur, Paris 67(1): 91-6
Koblet, W. 1971: The position regarding mechanical harvesting methods for grapes. Schweizerische Zeitschriftfur Obst-und Weinbau 107(18): 550-556
Flynn, D.M.; Jones, T.E. 1964: The position regarding swine fever in Victoria. Australian Veterinary J 40(2): 131-137
Loffelbein, H. 1966: The position regarding the assessment of breeding value in the German Democratic Republic. Tierzucht 20: 229-233
Kabrhel, J. 1968: The position, task, and aims of socialist agricultural enterprises. Zerned. ekon., Praha, 14: 9/10, 527-36
Lyon, M.F.; Butler, J.M.; Kemp, R. 1968: The positions of the centromeres in linkage groups II and IX of the mouse. Genetical Research 11(2): 193-199
Nauk, V.A. 1966: The positive effect of semen oxygenation. Ovtsevodstvo 12(9): 27-28
Patarava, D.T. 1970: The positive effects of tea pruning. Subtrop. Kurtury, 4, 37-48
Mihatsch, H. 1969: The possibilities and limitations of breeding for mildew resistance. Anwendung neuer Erkenntnisse der Zuchtungs-forschung in der Obstzuchtung, Tagungsber. dtsch. Akad. Landw-Wiss., Berlin, 96, 55-73
Michal, I. 1970: The possibilities and limitations of empirical determination of the objects of management. Lesnictvi 16(8): 707-20
Ludders, P.; Bunemann, G. 1967: The possibilities and limits for post-harvest and winter spraying of pome fruit trees with urea. ErwObsto 9: 6-9
Bovey, R.; Leyvraz, H.; Pelet, F.; Pitton, J.-L.; Simon, J.-L. 1967: The possibilities and limits of visual selection in the control of viruses of the vine: an experiment with some red varieties in French-speaking Switzerland. Vitis 6: 366-74
Crkva, F. 1972: The possibilities and requirements for the financial participation of (Czechoslovakian) agricultural co-operatives in the development of agricultural specialization and concentration. Ekonomika vZemedlstvi. Praha 11(1): 8-11
Ded, J.; Vacek, V. 1971: The possibilities for cultivation of Persian clover (Trifolium resupinatum L.) in Czechoslovakia. Rostlinna Vyroba 17(6): 607-616
Freymuller, H. 1967: The possibilities for future agricultural use of the Dachau Moor based on its past development and its present state of cultivation. Bayer. landw. Jb 44(2): 184-214
Caesar, K. 1969: The possibilities for introducing new field crops in tropical and sub-tropical areas. Z. ausl. Landw., Frankfurt a M 8(3): 260-72
Politiek, R.D. 1968: The possibilities for practical selection in the pig industry. Veeteelt- en Zuivelber 11: 419-428
Moe, R. 1970: The possibilities for preventing the occurrence of blind shoots and bull-head roses. Gartneryrket 60: 94-100
Lipinsky, E.E. 1970: The possibilities for promoting land mobility. (Arb.-Gemeimch. Rationalisierung Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen No. 114.). Kooperation und Bodenmobilitat-Wege zu optimalem Einsatz der Produktionsfaktoren in landwirtschaftlichen Unternehmen, Dortmund, Germany: Verkehrs Wirtschaftsverlag Dr. Borgmann., 17-30
Kaven, E. 1967: The possibilities for using Styropor for pots and trays. Dtsche GartenbWirt 15: 45-6; 48
Fisyunov, A.V. 1971: The possibilities for using herbicides in sweet corn and popcorn. Khimiya v Sel'skom Khozyaistve 9(9): 696-7
Tigerstedt, P.M.; Malmivaara, E. 1970: The possibilities in forest tree breeding. I. Selection differential of plus trees and genetic gain in seed-orchards. Silva fenn 4(2): 101-18
Andric, J. 1969: The possibilities in the applications of linear programming methods under condition of variable parameters. Ekon. Poljopr, Beograd 16(7/8): 505-24
Cavalcaselle, B.; Bellis, E De 1967: The possibilities of Cidial for the control of Poplar borers. Pubbl. Cent. Sper. Agric. For., Roma 9(3): 155-62
Malmivaara, E.; Mikola, J.; Palmberg, G. 1971: The possibilities of Willows in forest tree breeding. Silva fenn 5(1): 11-9
Leupolt, M. 1967: The possibilities of adjustment to common market conditions for peasant farms. Veroff. Forsch.-Ges. Agr.-Politik Agr.-Soziol., Bonn, 178, 154
Giffard, P.L. 1964: The possibilities of afforestation with Acacia albida in Senegal. Bois For. Trop, 95, 21-33
Abrahamova, V. 1967: The possibilities of application of mathematical methods for the forming of the price system in agriculture. Zemed. ekon., Praha 13(2): 61-8
Banyai, J. 1970: The possibilities of applying a repeated sampling method for determining the germination capacity of valuable ornamental plant seeds. Kerteszeti Egyetem, Kozle-menyei, publ. 1971 34(2): 237-246
Kopetz, H. 1971: The possibilities of applying electronic data processing in farm accounting. Forderungsdienst 19(3): 87-91
Red'kina, Z.V. 1971: The possibilities of applying fluorescence and morphological differences of the seedlings in determining the authenticity of vetch seed. Trudy po Prikladnoi Botanike, Genetike i Selekisii. Vsesoyuznaya Institut Rastenievodstva, Leningrad, USSR. 44(3): 108-130
Filip, J.; Novotny, F. 1968: The possibilities of applying grid graphs in intra-enterprise planning. Acta Univ. Agric. (Fac. Agroecon. Ser. A)., Brno 4(2/3): 211-6
Rollo, J. 1967: The possibilities of applying methods of variance analysis and calculation of costs in agriculture. Ucetnictvi, Praha 1: 218-22
Goossen, H. 1965: The possibilities of applying plant protection materials through the sprinkler irrigation system in hillside orchards. ErwObstb 7: 7-12
Steiger, R.; Primost, E.; Rittmeyer, G. 1969: The possibilities of assessing effects of cultural techniques on the baking quality of winter wheat, using the rapid-mix test. Z. Acker-u. PflBau. 130: 2, 137-53
Fexa, J.; Rosenbaum, M. 1966: The possibilities of automatic control of moisture content in the 4 MVCS continuous buttermaking machine. XVII Int. Dairy Congr 100: 421-30
Stankovic, D. 1968: The possibilities of better employment of man-power on individual farms. Produktivnost, Beograd 10(9): 569-80
Bronnimann, A. 1968: The possibilities of breeding for Septoria. tolerance in wheat. Schweiz, landw. Mh, 4, 158-68
Wienk, J.F. 1968: The possibilities of breeding long fibre agaves with a high rate of leaf unfurling and a high rate of increase in leaf length. Netherlands Journal of Agricultural Science 16(1): 12-20
Mariant, G. 1964: The possibilities of building up maize hybrids suited to unfavourable environments with lines taken from local populations. Genet. agr, Pavia 18: 411-34
Sengalevich , G. 1966: The possibilities of chemical control of wood-boring moths of the family Cossidae. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 3(3): 341-352
Nikolova, G. 1967: The possibilities of chemical weed control in raspberries. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 4: 31-45
Menzel, K. 1967: The possibilities of combining game management and hunting and shooting with well-ordered forest management; illustrated from a large-scale trial in the Kleve Reichswald. Moglichkeiten der Wildhege und Jagd in einem geordneten Forstbetrieb dargestellt an einem Grossversuch im Klever Reichswald, Forstliche Fakultat der Georg-August-Universitat Gottingen,Hann. Munden., Germany: 112
Pavlova, N.M. 1964: The possibilities of developing black currant varieties resistant to big bud mite. Tr. priklad. Bot. Genet. Selekc 36(3): 94-102
Van Eijk, J.P.; Toxopeus, S.J. 1968: The possibilities of early selection for forcing ability and productivity in tulips. Euphytica 17: 277-83
Semetulskis, D. 1970: The possibilities of employing the integrated method for the control of leaf-eating pests of orchards and gardens in the Republic. Acta Entomologica Lituanica 1: 185-188
Brozik, S. 1969: The possibilities of enhancing cropping reliability in the sour cherry var. Pandy by use of the relationship between time of flowering and pollination. Szolo Gyumolcsterm 5: 59-95. bibl. 3 pp
Gadant, J. 1970: The possibilities of establishing heavy wood industries in Auvergne. Rev. For. franc 22(2): 157-63
Antoniani, C. 1964: The possibilities of extending soya-bean growing in Italy. Sementi elette 10: 372-83
Dunez, J.; Monsion, M. 1968: The possibilities of freeing chrysanthemums from aspermy and mosaic viruses. Ann. Epiphyt 19: 165-75
Knize, B.; Knletova, F.; Mysliveckova, H. 1967: The possibilities of genetic studies on the components of egg production in poultry. Zivoc. Vtfroba 12(5): 377-382
Jablokov, A.A. 1967: The possibilities of growing Sequoia in the Caucasus. Bjull. Glavn. Bot. Sada, Moskva. 65, 44-9
Follin, J.C.; Fritz, A. 1968: The possibilities of growing roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) and kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus) in the Central African Republic. Coton Fibr. trop 23(3): 375-82
Persson, G. 1970: The possibilities of hybrid barley production in Sweden. Sverig. Utsadesforen. Tidskr., 1970. 80: 217-22
Steinberger, J. 1964: The possibilities of identifying barley varieties by grain characters. (1963 Year book of the Federal Institute of Plant Cultivation and Seed Testing in Vienna.). Bodenkultur 15, 36-54
Sonmez, R.; Wassmuth, R. 1964: The possibilities of improving the milk production of Awassi, Sakiz and Kivircik sheep in Turkey. Zuchtungskunde 36(1): 23-30
Penyigey, D. 1968: The possibilities of increasing fodder yields in Hungary with particular regard to the cultivation of fodder pumpkins and melons. Zeszyt. nauk. Szkol. glow. Gospod. wiejsk. Warszaw. : Rolnictwo. 195-201
Kvech, O. 1970: The possibilities of increasing the amount of the plant residues in the crop rotation. Sci. Agric, bohemoslov 2: 17-23
Ferdinand, D.; Farkas, J. 1969: The possibilities of increasing the effect of a large soil application of nitrogen fertilizer by foliar application of urea in Jonathan apples. Szolo- Gyiimdlcsterm 5: 127-37
Luzny, J.; Trlicova, M. 1967: The possibilities of inducing and identifying polyploids in spinach (S. oleracea L.). Sbora. vysok. Sk. zemed. Brne : Rada A. 15: 453-61
Krausse, G.W. 1967: The possibilities of influencing radiosensitivity and mutability in barley. I. The combined effect of X rays and chemicals). Z. Pflanzenz 58: 29-57
Janiak, M.I. 1969: The possibilities of mastitis prophylaxis with an iodophor, Iosan or Weladyn. Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 76: 221-229
Abdoun, A.H. 1970: The possibilities of mechanical pulling of old cotton stalks in the Sudan. Tropenlandwirt 71(1): 50-8
Patkos, I. 1966: The possibilities of mechanizing the present buildings on dairy farms (in Hungary). Gazdalkodas. Budapest 10(5): 59-72
Popov, P. 1969: The possibilities of prognosis and forecasting in the case of the Colorado beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata Say) in Bulgaria. Rasteniev'dni Nauki 6(2): 107-121
Hjelm, L. 1970: The possibilities of programme budgeting in planning research in the agricultural sector. Nord. Jordbr.-Forsk., Stockholm. 52: 227-33
Buban, T. 1971: The possibilities of promoting flower formation on apple trees with morphactins. Erwerbsobstbau 13(10): 167-168
Zadind, J. 1966: The possibilities of raising the resistance of early potatoes to Ph. infestans (Mont.) de Bary. The contribution of research to the development of plant production (general plant production, plant physiology, production of forage plants). A scientific symposium on the occasion of the celebration of the 150th anniversary of agricultural studies in Brno. Summaries of reports, Brno, 17-18
Jenser, G. 1967: The possibilities of red spider mite (Metatetranychus ulmi) control on fruit trees. Novenyvedelmi Kutato Intezet Evkonyve 10: 85-98
Briedermann, L. 1968: The possibilities of reduction in the damage caused by wild boar in potato fields by use of varietal selectivity. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst, Berl., 22: 14-18
Valle, O.; Huokuna, E.; Puumalainen, T. 1964: The possibilities of seed production of tetraploid red clover in Central Finland. Ann. agric. Fenn 3: 80-94
Bauman, Z. 1966: The possibilities of sociological research and its methodological difficulties. Valosag. Budapest 9(11): 1-9
Cambron, C.W.; Ashton, G.C. 1969: The possibilities of sorghum production on the Accra plains. Ghana Fmr 13(2): 70-1
Dochkova, B. 1968: The possibilities of studying the flight of injurious moths of the family Noctuidae to sugar-beet. Rasteniev'dni Nauki 5(9): 93-98
Atanasov, N. 1965: The possibilities of substituting polythene for glass in tomato seedling production. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 2: 205-212
Kessen, G. 1965: The possibilities of sulphur determination in biological substances. Sonderh. Landw. Forsch, 12: 185
Horst, K.T.r.; Velde, H.A.T. 1969: The possibilities of supplying peat-colonies soils with organic matter by means of crop systems with 50% potatoes. Rapp. Inst. Bodemvruchtbhd, Haren, 3: 24
Khan, A.R. 1969: The possibilities of the East Pakistan economy during the fourth five-year plan. Pakist. Dev. Rev, Karachi 9(2): 144-211
Kaminski, E. 1967: The possibilities of the acclimatisation of the Mediterranean fruit-fly (C. capitata) in Poland on the basis of its ecology. Pr. nauk. Inst. Ochr. Rosl, 9: pt. 2, 145-160
Kubioek, J.; Rasovsky, M. 1970: The possibilities of the application of mathematical-economic calculations in the planning and management of large-scale production. Acta Univ. Agric. (Fac. Agroecon. Ser. D)., Brno 6(1): 3-48
Sengalevich, G. 1966: The possibilities of the chemical control of wood-boring moths of the family Cossidae. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 3(3): 341-352
Grossmann, H.; Kurth, H. 1964: The possibilities of the evaluation of increment inventories for forest management in E. Germany. Arch. Forstw 13(9): 939-62
Poisson, C. 1967: The possibilities of transferring genetic material from the wild cotton G. anomalum (Waw. et Peyr.) to the cultivated species G. hirsutum L. III. Evidence of a factor involved in chlorophyll production on chromosome I of G. anomalum. Cot. et Fibr. trop 22: 431-33
Poisson, C. 1967: The possibilities of transferring genetic material from the wild cotton G. anomalum (Waw. et Peyr.) to the cultivated species G. hirsutum. II. Production of addition lines with 27 pairs of chromosomes. Cot. et Fibr. trop 22: 401-15
Lhoste, J., E.Al. 1970: The possibilities of use of S-ethyl-cyc Iohexylethylthiocarbamate in beetcrops. Proc 2nd int. Meet. selective Weed Control Beetcrops, Rotterdam 1: 301-10
Cavalcaselle, B.; De Bellis, E. 1967: The possibilities of using Cidial for the control of some wood-boring insects on poplar. Pubbl. Cent. Sper. agric. for, Rome, 9: fasc. 3, 155-162
Eccher, A. 1970: The possibilities of using Pinus radiata in southern Italy. Cellulosa e Carta 21(7): 27-38
Wilson, W.C. 1967: The possibilities of using ethylene gas to produce citrus fruit abscission under field conditions. Proc. Fla St. hort. Soc., 1967. 79: 301-4
Reinken, G. 1967: The possibilities of using gas radiator heating in vegetable growing under glass. Gartenbauwiss 32: 273-90
Schimmelpfeng, H. 1971: The possibilities of using gibberellic acid to increase and accelerate the production of strawberry runners. Erwerbsobstbau 13(5): 80-83
Bomeke, H. 1969: The possibilities of using growth regulating substances in fruit growing. Mitt. ObstbVersuchsringes, Jork 24: 172-5
Csepregi, P. 1966: The possibilities of using high-training. Kert. szol. Foisk. Kozlem 30(3): Part 1, 53-65
Gally, J. 1969: The possibilities of using methods of investigating seasonal aspects in the concentration and transport of timber. Zborn. Ved. Prac. Lesn. Fak. VSLD, Zvolen 11(1): 99-113
Fierlinger, P.; Vlk, J. 1966: The possibilities of using mutation processes in the breeding of leguminous plants. Genetika a Slechteni 2: 87-92
Sieder, P. 1967: The possibilities of using older planting stock when establishing plantations in the flat lands of N.E. Germany. Arch. Forstw 16(6/9): 769-73
Brunel, E.; Hascoet, M.; Missonnier, J. 1969: The possibilities of using organo-phosphorus insecticides for carrot fly, Psila rosae, control in western France. Meded. Rijksfac. LandbWetensch. Gent 34: 573-86
Praslicka, J.; Kollar, V. 1964: The possibilities of using organophosphorus insecticides for mite control. PoVnohospodarstvo 10: 669-75
Braudeau, J.; Muller, R.A. 1971: The possibilities of using organotin compounds against pod rot of Cacao caused by P. palmivora in E. Cameroon. Cafe-Cacao-The 15(3): 211-220
Schimmelpfeng, H. 1967: The possibilities of using paraquat to facilitate post-harvest cultural operations in the growing of strawberries as a perennial crop. ErwObstb 9: 207-9
Stambera, J.; Braun, V. 1967: The possibilities of using peat culture in Czechoslovakia for forcing peppers. Rostlinna Vyroba 13: 1039-1046
Zakamyrdin, I.A. 1966: The possibilities of using polychloropinene in the control of Musca domestica L. and Stomoxys calcitrans L. on livestock farms. Summary. Medskaya Parazit 35: pt. 5, 618-619
Pospisil, J. 1965: The possibilities of using polyploidy in breeding Populus tremula. Sborn. Vysoke Skoly Zemed., Brno (Rada C). 3, 187-209
Tiittanen, K. 1964: The possibilities of using pyrethrum preparations in the control of plant pests. Pyrethrum Post 7(4): 27-32
Teinberg, R.R. 1971: The possibilities of using selection indices in the selection of dairy cattle. Genetika. Mosk. 7(5): 61-68
Sindelar, J. 1968: The possibilities of using some morphological characters of Larix decidua cones for diagnostic purposes in seed control. Lesn. Cas., Praha 14(5): 451-64
Boichev, A.; Draganov, G. 1971: The possibilities of using the herbicide Gramoxon in viticulture. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 8(2): 111-117
Rysin, L.P.; Kovalenko, Z.M. 1968: The possibilities of using the methods of the Braun-Blanquet school in Soviet geobotanical investigations. Bjull. Mosk. Obsc. Ispyt. Prir. (Otd. Biol.) 73(1): 93-114
Stajkov, V., E.Al. 1971: The possibilities of vegetative propagation in some lavender varieties with the aid of growth substances. Rasteniev'dni Nauki 8(2): 89-95
Puhova, L.A. 1970: The possibilities of within-breed selection of pigs. Zhivotnovodstvo, Mosk 32(6): 71-73
Horanszky, Z. 1968: The possibility and mechanization of vine shoot grading according to diameter. Orsz. szol bor. Kut. Int. Evk 13: 363-78
Gorelova, N.D.; Cherepanova, A.I. 1970: The possibility of 3,4-benzpyrene accumulation in the tissues of cows and calves as well as in milk when this carcinogen is present in their feed. Voprosy Onkologii 16(3): 69-73
Hagberg, A.; Munck, L. 1971: The possibility of altering the role of fodder grains in connexion with the problem of fodder quality by means of plant breeding. Sverig. Utsades-foren. Tidskr 81(1-2): 88-100
Belyaeva, T.G. 1969: The possibility of an additional generation in Clytiomyia helluo (Diptera, Phasiinae), a specialised parasite of the noxious Pentatomid. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 48(8): 1254-1256
Kolcava, S. 1970: The possibility of an application of the polarization theory in the rationalization of the spatial arrangement of production with regard to the problem of the agro-complex. Acta Univ. Agric., (Fac. Agroecon. Ser. D.) Brno 6(2): 245-52
Gerhat, E. 1964: The possibility of applying differentiated working hours in agricultural construction. Pr. Mzda 12(12): 544-50
Karadzov, S. 1965: The possibility of applying dinitro-ortho-cresol preparations to fruit trees in early spring. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 2: 743-752
Lazauskas, P. 1965: The possibility of applying simazine with mineral fertilizers. Materialy 5-oi pribalt. nauchn. Konf. Zashch. Rast. Proc. 5th Baltic Conf. Plant Prot
Ross, K. 1965: The possibility of applying the contemporary comparison method (CC test). Biul. Zakl. Hodow. doswiad. Zwierz. polsk. Akad, Nauk., 6, 88-98
Stephan, G. 1967: The possibility of assessing the resin productivity of Pines. Arch. Forstw 16(2): 119-27
Turbin, N.V.; Dylenok, L.A. 1968: The possibility of automixis ha interspecific wheat crosses. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR 1968. 183(1): 205-207
Kirby, A.H.M.; Bennett, M.; Insley, H.P.tricia 1964: The possibility of bark application of systemic insecticides to plum trees. E Malling Res Sta Ann Rep 1963: 138-142
Ragozina, I.I. 1970: The possibility of biochemical evaluation of resistance of potato varieties to Erwinia atroseptica and the virulence of the causal organism. Tr. NII kartof. kh-va. 7, 23-26
Lilian, R.Fraser. 1969: The possibility of biological control of soil inhabiting pathogens. Growing for profit., Auburn, J. S. McMillan Pty Ltd, 20-24
Murtazov, T., E.Al. 1970: The possibility of biological soil activation in greenhouse tomato growing. Nauc. Trudove viss sel.-stop. Inst. " V. Kolarov", Plovdiv 19(2): 17-30
Denisov, A.K. 1970: The possibility of breeding Quercus robas for resistance to frost crack. Lesn. genet., selektsiya i semenovodstvo, 236-242
Furedi, J. 1970: The possibility of breeding by means of hybridization to increase protein yield in pea. AgrartwLomanyi Kozlemenyek 29(3): 363-375
Zadina, J. 1969: The possibility of breeding potato varieties for resistance to mechanical damage. Genetika a Slechteni 42: 141-46
Zadina, J. 1969: The possibility of breeding potato varieties resistant to mechanical damage. Genet. Slecht 5(2): 141-6
Houska, V. 1965: The possibility of carrying out seasonal agricultural work with the present supply of manpower and farm machinery. Zemed. Ekon., Praha 38(9): 511-24
Saaltink, G.J. 1968: The possibility of chemical control of Penicillium corymbiferum on bulbous iris and the influence of spore load on the results. Meded. Rijksfac. LandbWetensch., Gent 13: 1121-6
Yana, A. 1969: The possibility of chemical control of loose smut of wheat (Utstilago tritici) in Tunisia. Docums tech. Inst. Natn. Reck. Agron. Tunisie. 43, 20-2
Lesak, J. 1967: The possibility of chemical weed control in lucerne sown in late spring without any cover crop. Acta Univ. Agric. (Fac. Agron.), Brno. 15(2): 215-25
Kotov, M.I. 1965: The possibility of combining the Sur colour variety with curl quality. Ovtsevodstvo 11(12): 11-14
Kramer, M. 1966: The possibility of controlling Tomato virus diseases by systemic insecticides. Biologico 22(10): 177-181
Popova, I. 1966: The possibility of controlling bacterial canker (Agrobacterium tumefaciens) on fruit trees in the nursery. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 3: 451-456
Knosel, D. 1964: The possibility of controlling bacterial fire and anthracnose of walnut trees. NachrBl. dtsch. PflSchDienst, Braunschweig 16: 177-80
Paizs, L. 1968: The possibility of controlling the bacterial diseases of Bean. Novenytermeles. Res. Inst. Pl. Brot., Budapest. 17(3): 259-269
Jenser, G. 1967: The possibility of controlling the red spider mite (M. ulmi). Novenyved. Kut. Intez. Evk 10: 85-98
Rod, J. 1966: The possibility of correcting for missing hills in varietal trials with root crops. Genetika Slechteni 2: 151-60
Umerus, V. 1971: The possibility of countering racial differentiation in parasite populations by breeding for resistance. Sveriges Utsadesforenings Tidskrift 81(5): 359-370
Onis'kiv, N.I. 1964: The possibility of creating Norway Spruce plantations with planting stock of various ages, and growing them without soil cultivation in the forest districts of the Carpathians. Lesn. Z., Arhangel'sk 7(6): 22-4
Fedora, L.L.; Gerasimova, A.A. 1970: The possibility of cultivating kale and winter rape in the Murmansk Province. Fifth symposium on new silage plants. Part 2, 30-31
Carroll, C.J.; Walt, C.V.n Der Merwe, C.V.n Der 1971: The possibility of delivering milk to the consumer at a temperature not exceeding 15 degrees C by means of an unrefrigerated delivery vehicle. S. Afr. J. Dairy Technol 3(2): 101-106
Kokorina, E.P. 1966: The possibility of determining future milk production in cows by establishing the type of higher nervous activity during ontogenesis. Mater 4. vses. Konf. fiziol. biokhim. Osnov. Povysh. Prod. sel'.-khoz. Zhivot, Borovsk 1: 384-385
Braud, M. 1970: The possibility of determining sulphur, phosphorus and potassium deficiencies of cotton by foliar diagnosis. "Control de la Fertilizacion de las Plantas Cultivadas" 2o Coloquio eur. medit, Cent. Edafol. Biol. aplic. Cuarto, Sevilla, Spain., 803-811
Supryaga, V.G.; Fedder, M.L.; Yakubovich, V.Y.; Mantukhov, A.G. 1971: The possibility of development of Wuchereria bancrofti larvae in blood-sucking mosquitoes in the USSR. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 50(3): 343-349
Melkonian, A. 1967: The possibility of development of secondary buds on the vine varieties Adissi and Ararati in Armenia. Riv. Vitic. Enol. 20: 423-8
Reinikovs, I. 1965: The possibility of drying dietetic dairy products. Trudy latv. sel'-khoz. Akad, 16, 29-37
Ozcan, K.; Muftuoglu, S. 1967: The possibility of early selection in Angora goat kids by comparison of the skin histology at young ages and fleece characters at one year. Lalahan Zootek. Arast. Enst. Derg 7: 57-68
Hunnius, W.; Vulic, M.; Arenz, B. 1964: The possibility of economy in the A 6 test. Bayer. landw. Jb 41(5): 613-630
Roktanen, L.S.; Uteulina, R.G. 1971: The possibility of eliminating field bindweed in 1-2 years by a combination of herbicides with mechanical cultivations. Vestnik Sel'skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki, Kazakhskoi SSR 14(7): 113-17
Piech, M. 1964: The possibility of employing the Zeleny sedimentation test in breeding wheat with high grain quality. Zeszyt. Nauk. WSR. Szczecin, 14, 136-38
Sasek, A. 1965: The possibility of employing the penetrometer for estimating the technological qualities of wheat flours. Rostlinna Vyroba 11: 261-268
Karlov, V. 1967: The possibility of evaluating constitutional and productive qualities in young calves. Mezhdunar. sel'.-khoz. Zh 11(4): 86-90
Sindelar, J. 1965: The possibility of exploitation of Larch in the Krusne Hory. Lesn. Prace 44(7): 322-6
Bijok, F. 1967: The possibility of extending the production of new types of dairy products. Przegl. mlecz 26(8): 17-20
Tosi, T. 1965: The possibility of extending the season and the technique of vine grafting. Atti Giorn. Stud. Prop. Spec, legn., Pisa 1965. 526-30
Pavlovic, M.; Milovanovic, M.; Nenadovic, M.; Brundza, V. 1970: The possibility of feeding fattening pigs once daily. Stocarstvo 24: 427-432
Najman, L. 1964: The possibility of further lowering the milk fat content in calf rearing up to an age of 3 months. Ved. Pr. vyzk. Ust. krmiv. Pohorelicich. 6: 47-61
Opoljskii, A.F.; Zolotarenko, A.I.; Smirnova, I.A. 1966: The possibility of genetic transformation in the fowl by the transfusion of foreign blood. Genetika, Mosk., 3, 76-82
Kruger, K.-E. 1965: The possibility of getting a false idea of the quality of milk to which a sterilizing agent has been added. Arch. Lebensmittelhyg 16(7): 156-60
Krikava, J. 1969: The possibility of growing Glycine hispida (Moench.) Max. under the climatic conditions at Lednice na Morave. Acta Univ. Agric. Brno, Fac. Agron. (A) 17(1): 55-61
Papadopol, V.; Pirvu, E.; Papadopol, C.S. 1964: The possibility of growing conifers in the Baragan plain. Rev. Padurilor 79(2): 60-3
Tamas, L.; Berindei, M.; Dragomir, L.; Guta, M.; Mazareanu, I.; Popa, N.; Scurtu, E.; Tanasescu, E.; Zahan, P. 1970: The possibility of growing potatoes for early consumption and the economic efficiency of this crop under different climatic conditions prevailing in Romania. Analele Instititutului de Cercetari pentru Cultura Carto-fului si Sfeclei de Zahar, Brasov, Cartoful 2: 201-211
Dönges, J.; Madecki, O. 1968: The possibility of hookworm infection through breast milk. German Medical Monthly 13(8): 391-392
Rubenkov, A.A. 1969: The possibility of hybridisation of cattle of superior breeds with the zebu. Zhivotnovodstvo, Mosk 31(9): 43-46