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Scheffler, J.G.; Louw, H.A. 1967: The serological characteristics of the clover rhizobia in the soils of the Stellenbosch district. S Afr J Agr Sci 10(1): 161-174
Vulic, M.; Hunnius, W. 1967: The serological demonstration of Potato virus S in expressed sap from Potato tubers. Bayer. landw. Jb 44(3): 347-362
Morgan, W.J. 1967: The serological diagnosis of bovine brucellosis. Veterinary Record 80(21): 612-620
Utyugova, T.I. 1970: The serological diagnosis of resistance to scab in fruit crops. Tr. Velikoluk. s.-kh. in-ta, 11, 36-38
Lemcke, R.M. 1964: The Serological Differentiation of Mycoplasma Strains (Pleuro-Pneumonia-Like Organisms) from Various Sources. Journal of Hygiene 62: 199-219
Skrdleta, V. 1967: The serological identity of agar cultures of Rhizobium japonicum and the bacterial component of soybean root-nodules. Ust. ved. Inf. MZVz Rostl. Vyroba. 6: 671-678
Sifner, F. 1971: The serological method as one of the possible methods for identifying insects. Souhrn referatu a diskusnich prispevkuu prednesenych na seminari metody pouZivane v zemedelske entomologii, Prague, Czechoslovakia, Ceskoslovenska Akademie Zemedelska, Ustav Vedeckotechnickych Informci, Studijni Oddeleni., 134-142
Francki, R.I.B.; Carter, M.V. 1970: The serological properties of Eutypa armeniacae mycelium and ascospores. Aust. J. biol. Sci 23(3): 713-716
Beesley, W.N.; Breev, K.A. 1969: The serological reactions of guinea pigs to the larvae and extracts of the larvae of the Hypodermatids Oedemagena tarandi L. and Hypoderma bovis de Geer. Parazitologiya 3(5): 472-477
Brunt, A.A.; Paludan, N. 1970: The serological relationship between 'Asparagus stunt' and Tobacco streak viruses. Phytopath. Z 69(3): 277-282
Guthrie, J.W. 1968: The serological relationship of races of Pseudomonas phaseolicola. Phytopathology 58: 716-17
Mayer, V.; Blaskovic, D.; Ernek, E.; Libíková, H. 1969: The serological response and long-lasting resistance against infection with louping-ill virus in sheep immunized with a highly attenuated tick-borne encephalitis virus. Journal of Hygiene 67(4): 731-738
Roberts, G.D.; Larsh, H.W. 1971: The serologie diagnosis of extra-cutaneous sporotrichosis. Am. J. din. Path 56(5): 597-600
Heite, H.J. 1967: The serology of candidiasis. Vortrage der 4. wissenschaftlichen Tagung der Deutschsprachigen Mykologischen Gesellschaft in Freiburg im Breisgau am 30. und 3l. Oktober, 1967. 62-70
Truszczynski, M.; Ciosek, D.; Tereszczuk, S. 1965: The serotypes of E. coli isolated from the cases of colibacteriosis and oedema disease of swine in Poland. Bull. vet. Inst. Pulawy 9: 52-56
Hogan, J.A.; Maniatis, A.; Moloney, W.C. 1964: The Serum Lactobacillus Casei Folate Clearance test in Various Hematologic Disorders. Blood 24: 187-197
Dinklage, H. 1968: The serum amylase system of pigs and its importance for parentage determination in German Improved Landrace pigs. Zuchtungskunde 40: 228-231
Moore, J.H.; Sikes, S.K. 1967: The serum and adrenal lipids of the African elephant, Loxodonta africana. Comp Biochem Physiol 20(3): 779-792
Jordan, S.M.; Morgan, E.H. 1969: The serum and milk whey proteins of the echidna. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 29(1): 383-391
Goldman, J.N.; Ruddy, S.; Austen, K.F.; Feingold, D.S. 1969: The serum bactericidal reaction. III. Antibody and complement requirements for killing a rough Escherichia coli. J. Immun 102: 1379-1387
Seckington, I.M.; Huntsman, R.G.; Jenkins, G.C. 1967: The serum folic acid levels of grass-fed and stabled horses. Veterinary Record 81(7): 158-161
Selman, I.E.; De la Fuente, G.H.; Fisher, E.W.; McEwan, A.D. 1971: The serum immune globulin concentrations of newborn dairy heifer calves: a farm survey. Veterinary Record 88(18): 460-464
Placer, Z.; Vidlakova, M. 1965: The serum inhibitor of lipoperoxidation during starvation and refeeding. Nahrung 9: 507-508
Konaka, K.; Matsuoka, T. 1967: The serum iron content in malignant and non-malignant diseases. Kumamoto Medical Journal 20(4): 196-198
Leonard, P.J.; Banwell, J.G. 1964: The Serum Level and Absorption of Vitamin a in Severe Hookworm Infestation. East African Medical Journal 41: 505-507
Macdonald, I.; Roberts, J.B. 1967: The serum lipid response of baboons to various carbohydrate meals. Metabolism, Clinical and Experimental 16(6): 572-579
Elmendorff, H.V.; Rumpf, D. 1966: The serum lipids of healthy persons and cancer patients. Fette: Seifen: Anstrichmittel. 68: 102-107
Ferola, R.; Cicco, N.D. 1964: The serum magnesium in the first six months of life in relation to type of feeding. Pediatria, Napoli 72(5): 894-900
Ferola, R.; Morrone, G. 1964: The serum magnesium in the term new-born, the immature and the premature infant during the first month of life. Pediatria, Napoli 72(5): 883-93
Amighi, M.; Stellmann, C.; Aminzadeh, M.; Santucci, J.; Hessami, M.; Giraud, M.; Rafyi, A.; Gilbert, H. 1968: The serum neutralization test in tissue culture applied to A sub-types of foot and mouth disease virus. Relationship of serum titre to virus titre. Bull. Off. int. Epizoot, Institut Razi, Hessarek, Iran 69: 37-51
Egorov, E.A.; Ni, G.V. 1970: The serum prealbumin system in sheep. Genetika, Mosk. 6(11): 70-72
Sauta, J.; Vodopivec, S. 1966: The serum protein fractions in domestic cats (Felis domes-tica) determined by paper electrophoresis. Zbora. bioteh. Fak. Univ. Ljubljana 13: 129-132
Kraczkowski, H. 1964: The serum protein picture during experimental or spontaneous Newcastle disease. Annls Univ. Mariae Curie-Sklodowska Sect. DD 18: 257-287
Manevic, Z.A. 1965: The serum protein picture in cows on farms affected by calf dyspepsia. Trudy Latvijsk. sel'skohoz. Akad 16: 131-136
Girgis, E.S.; El-Hagarawy, I.S.; Sirry, I. 1966: The serum proteins in cow and buffalo milk. Alex. J. agric. Res 13(2): 263-70
Leary, P.M. 1969: The serum proteins of Pedi school children. South African Medical Journal 43(12): 338-341
Divanovic, B.; Babic, B.; Veljkovic, S.; Petrovic, C. 1968: The serum proteins of normally nourished children between 7 and 9 years of age. Hrana Ishrana 9: 66-68
Malamos, B.; Miras, C.J.; Karli-Samouilidou, J.N.; Koutras, D.A. 1966: The serumtyrosine level as an index of thyroid function. Journal of Endocrinology 35(3): 223-228
Kilpatrick, G.S.; Withey, J.L. 1965: The serum vitamin B12 concentration in the general population. Scandinavian Journal of Haematology 2(3): 220-229
Staib, F. 1964: The serum-residual nitrogen-auxanogram with yeastlike fungi and moulds. Zentbl. Bakt. ParasitK.de. Abt. I. Orig 194: 379-406
Tadros, M.M.; Saad, Z.M.A.; Youssef, B.M. 1966: The serum-virus neutralization test by intracerebral inoculation route in white mice as a method for diagnosis and typing of horse-sickness viruses. J. Arab vet. med. Ass, Vet. Res. Lab., Abbassiah, Cairo 26: 33-36
Edland, T. 1965: The service berry moth. Gartneryrket 55: 430, 433-4; 436
Salehar, A. 1964: The service of sows after weaning the litter. 5th int. Gongr. Anim Reprod. A.I, Trentol 4: 441-444
Sviben, M.; Herak, M.; Salehar, A. 1967: The service period for sows suckling piglings for various periods. Stocarstvo 21: 393-402
Nardone, A. 1968: The service period of milk-recorded cows in Italy. Produz. anim 7: 247-265
Parker, M.L. 1965: The services industries of Western Australia. Fm Policy, Nedlands, W. Aust 5(1): 17-23
Bezeg, L. 1965: The services provided by agricultural circles in agricultural and non-agricultural transport. Wies wspolczesna, Warszawa, 9: 1 (95), 115-8
Holmberg, O.; Karlsson, L.F.edrik 1965: The serving ability and the semen picture of rams with experimentally produced rumen indigestion. Nord Veterinaer Med 17(11): 635-640
Y Ermanos, D.M.; Salees, W.; Labanauskas, C.K.; Cavanagh, G.C. 1971: The sesame plant as a source of protein and other nutrients. Journal of the American Oil Chemists'' Society 48(12): 831-834
Von Rudloff, E.; Nair, G.V. 1964: The sesquiterpene alcohols of the heartwood of Thuja occidentalis L. Canadian J Chem 42(2): 421-425
Decken, H.Von Der. 1966: The setting-up of experimental farms in developing countries. Agrarwirtschaft 15(3): 85-9
Christodoulou, D. 1970: The settlement of nomadic and semi-nomadic people in the Kazakh S.S.R. Ld Reform, Ld Settlem. Co-op., Rome. 2: 50-62
Christie, M.G.; Brambell, M.R. 1967: The seven-day growth of Haemonchus contortus compared in worm-free and experienced sheep. Journal of Comparative Pathology 77(1): 99-105
Prutenskaya, M.D.; Shevchenko, V.S. 1971: The severity of brown spot of Walnut and measures for its control in southern Kirgizia. Mikol. i Fitopatol. S 2: 172-174
Statler, G.D. 1971: The severity of wheat leaf rust in North Dakota. North Dakota Farm Research 28(3): 31-33
Raicu, P.; Nicolaescu, M.; Kirillova, M. 1970: The sex chromatin in five species of hamsters. Chromosoma 31(1): 61-67
Sullivan, M.M.; Benirschke, K. 1964: The sex chromatin of interphase nuclei in the nine-banded armadillo Dasypus novemcinctus. Cytologia tokyo 29(2): 207-213
Koppa, P. 1969: The sex index of some species of thrips living on cereal plants. Suom. hyont. Aikak 35(2): 65-72
Acatrinei, G. 1970: The sex of Ricinus communis and Cucurbita pepo as influenced by chemical treatment and selection. Stud. Cerc. Biol., Ser. Bot 22: 245-56
Volosevic, A.P. 1964: The sex of piglings in relation to the time semen is stored and the addition to it of biostimulators. Agrobiologiya, 5, 791-792
Czyrek, B. 1967: The sex of slaughter pigs and their reaction to stressors connected with transport. Medycyna Weterynaryjna 23: 538-541
Bronskill, J.F.; Roelofs, W.L.; Champan, P.J.; Lienk, S.E. 1971: The sex pheromone as a taxonomic principle. XIIIth International Congress of Entomology, Moscow, 2-9 Proceedings, Trudy. Leningrad, USSR, Academy of Sciences of the USSR, All-Union Entomological Society., 1: 115-116
Avanzo, E. 1970: The sex ratio and relations between certain characters and sex in progeny of Populus tremuloides. Bull. Serv. Cult. Etud. Peuplier et Saule. 45-50
Ilanclc, D. 1968: The sex ratio for piglings and puppies. Veterinaria. Saraj 17: 239-241
Kochetova, N.I. 1968: The sex ratio in Anastatus disparis Rusch. (Hymenoptera, Eupelmidae) when developing in different hosts. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 47(10): 1572-1574
Yu, J.S.; O'Halloran, M.T.; Turner, B. 1971: The sex ratio in phenylketonuria and persistent hyperphenylalaninaemia. Australian Paediatric Journal 7(4): 179-181
Hoelscher, C.E.; Vinson, S.B. 1971: The sex ratio of a Hymenopterous parasitoid, Campoletis perdistinctus, as affected by photoperiod, mating and temperature. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 64(6): 1373-1376
Sulov, V.V. 1967: The sex ratio of black Karakuls. Ovtsevodstvo 13(4): 38-39
Brady, U.E.; Nordlund, D.A.; Daley, R.C. 1971: The sex stimulant of the Mediterranean flour moth Anagasta kuehniella. Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society 6(4): 215-217
Luztre, G.H. 1967: The sexing machine: its efficiency and effects on White Leghorn chicks. Philipp. J. Anim. Ind 22: 53-54
Urban, F. 1966: The sexual activity of stud bulls in relation to their spermiogram and fertility. Zivocisna Vyroba 11: 759-774
Danov, D. 1964: The sexual activity of young bulls.. Zivocisna Vyroba 9: 119-134
Chararas, C. 1969: The sexual attractivity of Phloeosinus bicolor (Col.,Scolyt.), a specific pest of the Cupressinae. C.R. Acad. Sci., Paris. 268D: 7, 1080-3
Drori, D.; Folman, Y. 1967: The sexual behaviour of male rats unmated to 16 months of age. Animal Behaviour 15(1): 20-24
Ivankov, M.F. 1969: The sexual cycle and time of ovulation in Simmental cows. Nauch. Trudy khar'kov. zoovet. Insl, 4: 15, 57-63; 299
Skinner, J.D.; Huntley, B.J. 1971: The sexual cycle in the Blesbok ram Damaliscms dorcas phillipsi. Agroanimalia 3: 23-26
Sipilov, V. 1968: The sexual cycle of heifers. Moloch. myas. Skotov, Mosk. 13(3): 25-26
Diaz, O.H.; Gonzalez, C. 1965: The sexual cycle of the cow. Boln Prod. anim 3: 53-56
Mcgillivray, D.B.; Kosin, I.L. 1965: The sexual development of domestic turkeys exposed to light regimens simulating three seasonal photoperiods. Northwest Sci 39(1): 1-17
Zinca, V.; Sanchen, R. 1964: The sexual marking of the blood in bovines. 5th int. Congr. Anim. Eeprod. A.I, Trento 3: 144-155
Mincev, P.; Dolcev, S.; Prahov, R.; Dzambazov, G.; Nedjalkov, K.; Georgiev, S. 1966: The sexual maturity of heifers. Veterinarnomed. Nauk 3: 709-719
Kutuzova, S.N. 1968: The sexual response of diecious hemp to gibberellin. Sb. tr. aspiraniov i molodykh nauchn. sotrudn. Vses. n.-i. in-t rasienievodstva 9(13): 437-441
Amir, D.; Volcani, R. 1965: The sexual season of the Awassi fat-tailed ewe. J Agr Sci 64(1): 83-85
Macgillivray, M.E. 1972: The sexuality of Myzus persicae (Sulzer), the green peach aphid, in New Brunswick (Homoptera : Aphididae). Canadian Journal of Zoology 50(4): 469-471
Junghans, H. 1966: The shade cast at stand edges on sloping areas. Arch. Forstw 15(5/6): 675-80
V'lchev, P. 1971: The shade of intensity of green coloration of potato leaves as an indicator for the evaluation of varieties and hybrids. Genetika i Selektsiya 4(1): 21-26
Stickler, P. 1968: The shading of greenhouses. Erwerbsgartner 22: 1721-4
B Onfiglioli, O. 1967: The shape and construction of plastic tunnels. Inf. agrar, Verona, 23: 48
Simancik, F. 1966: The shape and development of the embryo and seed germination in Torreya californica. Cas. slezsk. Muz., Opava, Ser. C Dendrol 5: 41-50
Demidov, J.U.M. 1970: The shape and dimensions of chips to be comminuted in a centrifugal chipper. Derev. Prom 19(12): 91-11
Gimatdinov, R.B.; Muryh, L.P. 1964: The shape and size of the udder of Bed Steppe cows of various productive types. Auyl Saruasylyk Fylymynyn Habarsysy, Vestn. sel.- hoz. Nauk. 1964. 8, 60-66
Kozma, P.; Scheuring, J. 1968: The shape and structure of vine pollen in the electron microscope. Kert. szol. Foisk. Kozlern, 32: 5; part 2, 5-29
Rajkhowa, S. 1970: The Shape of a Teak Tree. Indian Forester 96(10): 719-731
Schmidt, D.G. 1965: The shape of casein particles in milk and dairy products. Missefs Zuivel 71: 43, 1132-37
Corby, H.D.L. 1971: The shape of leguminous nodules and the colour of leguminous roots. Plant and Soil 305-314
Peet, G.B. 1967: The shape of mild fires in Jarrah forest. Aust. For 31(2): 121-7
Cobble, M.H. 1971: The shape of plant stems. Amer. Midl. Nat 86(2): 371-8
Breloh, B.; Luke, F. 1970: The shape of production curves in laying hens of different origin. Arch. Geflugelk 34: 20-23
Atanasiu, N.; Schneider, B. 1965: The shape of the yield curve. Z. Acker- u. PflBau. 121: 4, 334-41
Zavraznov, A.M. 1965: The shape of wood particles for extruded boards. Derev. Prom 14(12): 13-5
Korcago, I.G. 1964: The shape, dimensions and quality characteristics of machine chips. Lesn. Z., Arhangel'sk 7(2): 103-7
Stuchlikova, E. 1970: The shapes of leaflets of primary leaves in the pea plant (Pisum sativum L.) studied from the view of identification. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae, Brno, Facultas Agronomica, A 18(4): 625-633
Stuchlikova, E. 1970: The shapes of leaflets of primary leaves in the pea plant (Pisum sativum L.) studied from the view of varietal identification. Acta Universitatis Agriculturas, Facultas Agronomica 18(4): 625-633
Salamanov, S. 1969: The share of Bulgarian agriculture in the international socialist divison of labour. 25 god. soc. selsko stop, v Bulgaria, Sofija, Bulgaria: Zemizdat., 168-85
Trampler, J. 1968: The share of agricultural primary products in the final consumer prices of foodstuffs and beverages in 1966. Schr.-Reihe Agrar-wirt. Inst. Bundesmlnisteriums Land-Forsfwirt., Wien, 6, 22
Steckhan, D. 1966: The share of agriculture and forestry in the gross product of Lower Saxony. Neues Arch. Niedersachsen, Gottingen 15(2): 105-17
Rojewski, M. 1968: The share of agriculture in the (Polish) national income. Postepy Nauk roln., Warszawa 4: 97-107
Nikl, J. 1967: The share of agriculture in the formation and in the primary and secondary distribution of national income. East. Eur. Econ, White Plains, N.Y. 6(1): 3-14
Siuta, J.; Terelak, H. 1965: The share of gaseous phase in the formation of soil structure. Pam. Pulawski 18: 95-110
Schewczik, R. 1971: The share of the farmer's wife in field work. Schriften-reihe der Agrarwirtschaftlichen Institut des Bundesministeriums fur Land-und Forstwirt-schaft. Wien, 8, 101
Jamalainen, E.A. 1964: The share of various plant diseases in decreasing grain yields in Finland. Maatalous ja Koetoim 18: 12-13
Imbs, B.; Stachowski, T.; Pachucki, T. 1966: The shares of labour and other costs in dairy plants. Zesz. nauk. wyzsz. Szk. roln. Olsztyn 21(2): 301-08
Schmid, G. 1972: The sharka situation in 1967-71 in German-speaking Switzerland. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Obst- und Weinbau 108(3): 52-58
Lindner, H. 1967: The shear strength of soil and its relation to texture, density, distribution of pore volume and soil moisture. Albrecht-Thaer-Arch 11: 1141-1147
Mcelroy, F.D.; Van Gundy, S.D. 1967: The sheath nematode. Calif. Citrogr 52: 379-84
Mcelroy, F.D.; Sher, S.A.; Van Gundy, S.D. 1966: The sheath nematode, Hemicycliophora arenaria, a native to California soils. Plant Db Report 50(8): 581-583
Inglis, M.; Cook, J.K.A. 1968: The shedding of Mycoplasma gallisepticum in turkey eggs and the effect of treatment with spiramytin. Poult. Rev 7: 67-74
Sjodin, E. 1971: The sheep as a meat producer. Fdrskotsel 51(7/8): 9-18
Shanahan, G.J. 1967: The sheep blowfly's tolerance of insecticides (Lucilia cuprina). Agric. Gaz. N S.W, 78: pt. 8, 444-445
Palsson, H.; Petursson, A.G. 1964: The sheep breeding associations, 1961-1962. Bunaoarrit, Reykjavik 77: 244-263
Petursson, A.G. 1965: The sheep breeding associations, 1962-1963. Bunaoarrit 78: 291-311
Hallgrimsson, S. 1967: The sheep breeding associations, 1964-1965. Bunaoarrit 80: 255-277
Ducrot, D. 1967: The sheep breeds of the Massif Central: an asset too long ignored. Patre, 141, 29-31
Moor, R.M.; Cragle, R.G. 1971: The sheep egg: enzymatic removal of the zona pellucida and culture of eggs in vitro. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 27(3): 401-409
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Cunha, F.Reis 1967: The shelterbelt problem. 1. Protection from wind. 2. Microclimatic and edaphic aspects. Agronomia Mocambicana, Lourenco Marques. 1968. 1; 2: 4; 1, 177 21-45
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Harrington, T.A.; Riebold, R.J. 1967: The shelterwood method for regenerating Sand Pine. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note Stheast. For. Exp. Sta, SE-67, 2
William A. Noble 1967: The Shifting Balance of Grasslands, Shola Forests, and Planted Trees on the Upper Nilgiris, Southern India. Indian Forester 93(10): 691-693
Wandt, H.; Grummer, H.J. 1967: The shifting sands of the Ems region and their amelioration. Forst- u. Holzw 22(14): 290-5
Hubbard, J.C.E. 1970: The shingle vegetation of southern England: general survey of Dungeness, Kent and Sussex. J. Ecol 58(3): 713-22
Shah, J.J.; Unnikrishnan, K. 1969: The shoot apex and the ontogeny of axillary buds in Cuminum cyminum L. Aust. J. Bot 17: 241-53
Gifford, E.M.; Jr.; Corson, G.E.; Jr. 1971: The shoot apex in seed plants. Botanical Review 37(2): 143-229. 14 pp
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Oksbjerg, E. 1966: The shoot growth and susceptibility to frost of three conifers. Hedeselsk. Tidsskr 87(13): 359-71
Greathouse, D.G.; Laetsch, W.M.; Phinney, B.O. 1971: The shoot-growth rhythm of a tropical tree, Theobroma cacao. Amer. J. Bot 58: 281-6
Gracza, P. 1968: The shoots bearing male and female strobili, and the vegetative shoots of Pinus sylvestris I. Morphogenesis. Botanikai Kozlemenyek, Budapest 55(2): 127-33
Harper, A.C. 1965: The short-run prediction of federally inspected beef slaughter and selected wholesale beef prices. Dissertation Abstracts 26(5): 2516-7
Mehwald, J. 1969: The short-term cultivation of tomatoes under glass. Gemuse 5: 150-1
Kyner, J.L.; Levy, R.I.; Soeldner, J.S.; Gleason, R.E.; Fredrickson, D.S. 1972: The short-term effect of cortisone acetate upon fasting triglyceride and cholesterol in normal subjects and offspring of diabetic couples. Metabolism, Clinical and Experimental 21(4): 329-336
Garrow, J.S.; Pike, M.C. 1967: The short-term prognosis of severe primary infantile malnutrition. British Journal of Nutrition 21(1): 155-165
Pospisil, F. 1965: The shortage of manpower in agriculture. Ekon. Zemed, Praha 4(2): 44-6
Mcclelland, J.G. 1970: The shortwood logging system. Pulp Paper Mag. Can, 71: 10 (May 15), 84-5
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Mitsui, A.; Sawada, M. 1970: The shrinkage of plywood. Res. Bull. Exp. For. Hokkaido Univ 27(1): 113-28
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Fedorov, V. 1964: The shuttle system. Lesn. Prom, 5, 14-6
Fowler, L.G. 1965: The side dump system of sugar cane handling. Sugar J 28(3): 26-32
Poppe, J.A. 1969: The side effect of some herbicides on Psalliota bispora Lange and Psalliota campestris Fries. 21ste Internat. Symp. Fytofarm. Fytiatrie (in Meded. Rijksfac. LandbWet. Gent 34(3): 798-806
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Bauer, K. 1964: The side effects of plant protection preparations on the soil fauna. Mitteilungen aus der Biologischen Bundesanstalt für Land- und Forstwirtschaft Berlin-Dahlem 112: 42
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Anon. 1970: The signalling of spring frost. Fruitteeltblad 14: 153-6
Haggar, R.J. 1971: The significance and control of Poa trivialis in ryegrass pastures. Journal of the British Grassland Society 26(3): 117-121
Suchy, C. 1967: The significance and tasks of state farms in the period of co-operation in (Czechoslovakia) agriculture. Sb. Provoz. Ekon. Fak. Vys. Sk, Zemed. Praze, Praha-Suchdol 1: 51-65
Weiling, F. 1964: The significance and use of multiple regression analysis in investigations on biological correlations. Biometr. Z 6: 24-36
Muller, A. 1970: The significance for agriculture and economic policy of combining agricultural employment and other occupations and income. Landw. Angew. Wiss., Bonn. 149: 133
Kloft, W.; Holldobler, B. 1964: The significance for forestry of wood-destroying carpenter ants: experiments with radioactive tracers. Anz. Schadlingsk 37(11): 163-9
Gustafson, P.F.; Miller, J.E. 1969: The significance of 137Cs in man and his diet. Health Physics 16(2): 167-183
Busvine, J.R. 1964: The Significance of Ddt-Irritability tests on Mosquitos: With an Annex on Results Obtained with the Irritability test Method Recommended by the Who Expert Committee on Insecticides. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 31: 645-656
Zachariae, G. 1964: The significance of Enchytraeidae in the forest soil. Soil micromorphology, Elsevier Publishing Co.,Amsterdam, Netherlands: 57-68
Kenworthy, R.; Allen, W.D. 1966: The significance of Escherichia Coli to the young pig. Journal of Comparative Pathology 76(1): 31-44
Hoffmann, K. 1965: The significance of Lammas shoots for Spruce grown in the Pleistocene region of E. Germany. Sozial. Forstw., Berl 5(7): 204-7
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Lilja, S. 1967: The significance of Prunus padus for the occurrence of Pucciniastrum padi rust on Spruce. Silva fenn 1(1): 45-62
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Weaire, P.J.; Kekwick, R.G. 1970: The site of fatty acid biosynthesis in the avocado pear. Biochemical Journal 119(5): 48p-49p
Aherne, W.; Hull, D. 1964: The Site of Heat Production in the Newborn Infant. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine 57: 1172-1173
Cutting, J.A.; Schulman, H.M. 1969: The site of heme synthesis in soybean root nodules. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 192(3): 486-493
Crossett, R.N. 1968: The site of phosphorus accumulation in maize roots. Aust. J. biol. Sci 21(5): 1063-7
Alanko, M. 1965: The site of recovery and cleavage rate of pig ova from the tuba uterina. Nordisk Veterinaer Med 17(6): 323-327
Kunkel, G. 1965: The site: competition as a factor in the formation of stilt roots. Biol. Zbl 84(5): 641-51
Pujos, A. 1966: The sites of Moroccan Cedar stands: a study of the classification of Cedar stands of the central Atlas and the Rif in relation to edaphic and climatic factors and the existing natural regeneration of these stands. Ann. Rech. for. Maroc. 8: 283
Sun, T.; Gibson, J.B. 1969: The sites of antigen formation in different developmental stages of Clonorchis sinensis. Japanese Journal of Medical Science and Biology 22(4): 263-271
Hurwitz, S.; Bar, A. 1970: The sites of calcium and phosphate absorption in the chick. Poultry Science 49(1): 324-325
Imondi, A.R.; Bird, F.H. 1965: The Sites of Nitrogen Absorption from the Alimentary Tract of the Chicken. Poultry Science 44: 916-920
Pacurar, I.; Grunberg, S. 1969: The siting and sowing of maize hybridization plots. Probl. agric, Bucuresti 11(3): 72-77
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Balazs, S. 1970: The situation and main problems of mushroom growing in Hungary. Kertgazdasag 2(1): 41-6
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Bargioni, G., E.Al. 1970: The situation and problems of Italian peach growing. Frutticoltura 32(1-2): 54-67
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Solt, I. 1968: The situation and prospects of the dairy industry with special regard to agricultural relations (Hungary). Elelm. Ipar, Budapest 22(5): 138-41
Szasz, T.; Ott, J. 1970: The situation and prospects of whole-stem logging systems in Hungary. Erdo 19(1): 16-20
Schrofl, J. 1971: The situation at present of agriculture and investment in mechanization. Forderungsdienst 19(3): 91-2
Mlttemperoher, L. 1966: The situation concerning walnut varieties in Italy. Riv. Ortoflorofruttic. ital. 50: 358-69
Anonymous 1964: The situation in rabbit breeding and management in the German Democratic Republic. Arch. Geflugelz. Kleintierk 13: 47-56
Pokrovskaja, V.A. 1969: The situation in the breeding of Romanov sheep. Zhivotnovodstvo, Mosk. 31(1): 62-64
Bold, I. 1970: The situation of (Rumanian) agriculture. Docum. Paesi Est, Milano. 6: 15/16, 1372-87
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Anonymous 1969: The situation of Spanish agriculture and the second development plan, 1968-1971. Monde Agric., Chambres Agric., Paris, 40: Suppl 405, 4-9
Mihaly, B. 1964: The situation of cheese manufacture in Hungary. Dtsch. Molkereiztg 85(13): 467-71
Rautenberg, D.S. 1968: The situation of eastern trade (with W. Germany). Ber. Landw, Hamburg 46(2): 377-82
Almasi, G. 1967: The situation of farm analysis and some problems of its further development. Tudom. Mezogazdasag, Budapest 5(1): 10-8
Gergely, I. 1972: The situation of farms with unfavourable local conditions. Allami Gazdasag. Budapest 5(1): 3-6
Ricci, A. 1968: The situation of peach growing in the province of Ravenna. Frutticoltura 30: 749-51
Herbault. 1965: The situation of repatriated farmers from overseas. C. r. hebd. Seance. Acad. Agric. France, Paris 51(8): 567-79
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Bruemmer, G.Von. 1970: The situation of the cattle industry in Mexico. Tropenland-wirt, Witzenhausen a.d. Werra 71: 46-50
Tar, I. 1969: The situation of the co-operative chairmen. Tarsadalmi Szle., Budapest 24(2): 18-23
Pevetz, W. 1969: The situation of the dairy industry in the EEC countries and in Switzerland. Mber. ost. Landw, Wien 16(4): 219-26
Anonymous 1971: The situation of women in the co-operative farms of Bekes County. Teruleti Statisztika. Budapest 21(6): 677-680
Anonymous 1964: The situation with regard to wheat rusts in the Hsu-Huai region and experiments on control. Chung-kuo Nung-pao (Chin. Agric.). 9, 42-46
Murty, T.K. 1969: The six systems among oil societies. Khadi Gramodyog, Bombay 15(10): 732-6
Pizzigallo, V. 1970: The sixty years of. Monti e Boschi 21(3): 15-25
Lindgren, D.; Eriksson, G.; Sulovska, K. 1970: The size and appearance of the mutated sector in barley spikes. Heredi-tas. Lund 65(1): 107-32
Hytten, F.E.; Cheyne, G.A. 1969: The size and composition of the human pregnant uterus. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of the British Commonwealth 76(5): 400-403
Szczepanik, E.F. 1969: The size and efficiency of agricultural investment in selected developing countries. Mon. Bull. agric. Econ. Statist, Rome 18(12): 1-13
Phillip, J.I.; Cartwright, S.F.; Scott, A.C. 1971: The size and morphology of T.G.E. and vomiting and wasting disease viruses of pigs. Veterinary Record 88(12): 311-312
Cvetkov, G. 1970: The size and structure of basic production funds and their effect upon the rate of growth of agricultural production. Ikon, selskoto. Stop., Sofija 7(5): 63-77
Marshall, R.G. 1969: The size and structure of the livestock industry in Canada 1980. Can. J. agric. Econ, Ottawa 17(3): 90-103
Halloran, A.F. 1968: The size and weight of elk from the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, Oklahoma. Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci., 1968. 47: 406-413
Glover, F.A. 1964: The size distribution of spermatozoa in bull semen. 5th int. Congr. Anim. Reprod. A.I, Trento 4: 587-592
Leicester, R.H. 1969: The size effect of notches. Proceedings, 2nd Australasian Conference on mechanics of Structures and Materials, 4.1-4.20
Fogas, I.; Ivanka, L. 1965: The size of agricultural enterprises without specialised production lines. Sb. Vys. Sk. Pol'nohospod. Nitre, Ekon. Fak, 219-26
Rouveyran, J.-C. 1971: The size of agricultural production units and agricultural policy in Madagascar. Econ, rur., Paris. 88: 59-62
Ross, K.F.; Galavazi, G. 1965: The Size of Bacteria, as Measured by Interference Microscopy. Journal. Royal Microscopical Society 84: 13-25
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Petrovic, M.C. 1967: The size of farms and the structure of production value and cash receipt of agricultural and mixed households in Vojvodina. Ekon. Poljopr, Beograd 14(7/8): 505-20
Long, W.H. 1965: The size of farms in Britain. District Bank Rev, Manchester 155: 45-63
Santamaria Garcia, F. 1964: The size of glue droplets in mixing the particles in the manufacture of wood particle boards. Montes, Madrid. 20(119): 421-2
Meijaard, D. 1965: The size of holding in the glasshouse industry. Meded. Dir. Tuinb 28: 258-60
Tomoani, J. 1966: The size of income in the economy of unified agricultural co-operatives. Dochodkovost v ekono-mike JRD, Bratislava: Vydavatelstvo SAV., 133
Gencin, I. 1967: The size of labour payment on co-operative farms and the guaranteed minimum wage. Trud Ceni, Sofija 9(5): 12-20
Coles, R. 1964: The size of our poultry flocks. Agriculture, London. 7(9): 405-8
Hanko, M. 1968: The size of paprika-production. Gazdalkodas, Budapest 12(5): 17-26
McFerran, J.B.; Clarke, J.K.; Connor, T.J. 1971: The size of some mammalian picornaviruses. Journal of General Virology 10(3): 279-284
Delage, J. 1966: The size of the dairy cow. Wld Rev. Anim. Prod, 1, 105-11
Chombart, D.Lauwe, J. 1966: The size of the farm in economic growth. Revue politique parlementaire, Paris 68(766): 21-31
Eriksson, G. 1965: The size of the mutated sector in barley spikes estimated by means of waxy mutants. Hereditas 53(3): 307-326
Marai, I.F.M. 1970: The size of the primary wool follicles as a determinant factor of the type of the fleece. Riv. Agric. subtrop. trop 64: 196-202
Kuciel, J. 1967: The size of the sperm head in two lines of Red Spotted bulls. Zivocisna Vyroba 12: 823-832
Vidner, J. 1970: The size of the tubers in varieties of a world collection of potatoes. Rostlinna Vyroba 16: 699-704
Vidner, J. 1970: The size of tubers in the potato varieties of the world collection. Rostlinna Vyroba 16(7): 699-704
Russell, T.P. 1970: The size structure of Scottish agriculture. Scott. agric. Econ, Edinburgh 20: 299-325
Carneiro Fraga, C. 1966: The size, contraction and consolidation of cotton cultivation in Sao Paulo State. Agric. Sao Paulo. Sao Paulo 13(1/2): 1-15
Stoickov, J.; Penkov, M.; Andreev, A. 1969: The size, location and branching of the skeletal roots of grafted wild apple rootstocks grown during the bearing period on sites with pseudo-podzolic soils of various depths. Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 6(4): 3-11
Kazmierczak, M. 1967: The size, structure and utilization of areas for animal feed production in peasant farming (in Poland). Zagad. Ekon. roln, Warszawa 1(79): 45-60
Anonymous 1966: The skim milk powder situation. Mon. Bull. agric. Econ. Statist 15(4): 14-17
Triebel, W. 1971: The skimming efficiency; its significance and possibilities of improvement. Molkereitechnik 23: 24-37
Kruger, L. 1966: The skimming off of surplus as an instrument of the EEC agricultural trading policy. Agrarwirtschaft 15(3): 85-9
Jaggi, E. 1967: The skimming-off operation in the commercial policy in the market organization for agricultural products of the EEC. Die handelspolitische "Abschopfung" in der EWG-Markt-organisation fur Agrarprodukte, Agr.-politische Revue, Bern 23(6/7): 236-41
Vernicihenko, A.F. 1970: The skin and coat of Dutch and Ayrshire cows daring acclimatisation in the Moscow region. Dokl. Timiryazev. sel'. khoz. Akad, Mosk, 164, 106-110
Burns, M. 1965: The skin histology of some Nigerian goats. Tropical Agriculture 42: 243-259
Goksu, K.; Ozgencil, B. 1970: The skin lesions caused by R. sanguineus on the external ear of sheep and lambs. Ankara Univ. vet. Fak. Derg 17(1): 7-17
Montagna, W.; Yun, J.S. 1964: The Skin of the Domestic Pig. Journal of Investigative Dermatology 42: 11-21
Lyne, A.G.; Hollis, D.E. 1968: The skin of the sheep: a comparison of body regions. Australian Journal of Biological Sciences 21(3): 499-527
Nagahori, K.; Sato, K. 1970: The slaking behaviour of sea-bottom clayey soil after repeated wetting and drying treatment. 1. Sci. Rep. Fac. Agric. Okayama Univ 35: 81-87
Emerson, W.W. 1964: The slaking of soil crumbs as influenced by clay mineral composition. Austra Lian J Soil Res 2(2): 211-217
Lafont, P.-B. 1967: The slash and burn system of agriculture of the Photo-Indo-Chinese on the high plateaux of central Viet-Nam. Cah. Outremer. 20: 77, 37-48
Saylor, L.C.; Koenig, R.L. 1967: The slash x sand pine hybrid. Silvae Genet 16(4): 134-138
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Schang, P.J. 1967: The slaughter policy in foot and mouth disease control. Gac. vet 29: 97-99
Torreele, G. 1969: The slaughter value of East Flemish beef bulls. Land- en Tuinb. Jaarb 23: 77-81
Surdacki, Z.; Batko, A. 1964: The slaughter value of fattened Pulawy pigs from the Konskowola herd slaughtered at weights of 50 to 90 kg. Roczn. Nauk rol, B. 84: 97-123
Juszczak, J.; Nowicki, B. 1965: The slaughter value of fattening pigs of the Polish Large White breed and of crosses between the Polish Large White and the Swedish Landrace. Zesz. nauk. wyzsz. Szkol. roln Wrodawiu, 58, 107-116
Efner, T. 1972: The slaughter yield of wethers killed at different ages. Medycyna Weterynaryjna 28: 170-173
Lilly, J.P. 1965: The sleeping sod. Crops Soils 18(3): 6-7
Torne, E.V. 1968: The slip-frame test, a method for comparative investigations of cellulose decomposition in different soil layers. Tagber. dt. Akad. Landw Wiss. Berl 98: 45-50
Sanev, V.I. 1971: The slipping of band saws on their pulleys. Lesn. Zh 14(2): 58-65
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Hart, C.A.; Darwin, W.M., J. 1971: The slow drying rate of White Oak. Wood Sci 4(1): 46-54
Elias, E.; Gibson, G.J.; Greenwood, L.F.; Hunt, J.N.; Tripp, J.H. 1968: The slowing of gastric emptying by monosaccharides and disaccharides in test meals. Journal of Physiology 194(2): 317-326
Hunt, J.N.; Knox, M.T. 1969: The slowing of gastric emptying by nine acids. Journal of Physiology 201(1): 161-179
Sassetti, F. 1965: The slumber of the mind in Italian agriculture. Riv. Polit, agr, Bologna. 12(1): 27-31
Amadei, G. 1969: The small agricultural co-operatives and democracy: points for a sociological investigation. Riv. Politico, agr, Bologna 16(4): 61-5
Bauwens, A.L.G.M.; Douw, L.; Schippers, J.M. 1971: The small farm on sandy soils in the 1960s. Publikatie. Landbouw-Economisch Instituut. Den Haag, 2.32, 71
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Shah, C.H. 1968: The small farmer-problems and remedies. Seminar on problems of small farmers, Bombay, 27-29, Bombay: Indian Soc. agric. Econ., 114-31
Tandon, B.K.; Murdia, B.S. 1968: The small farmers in Rajasthan. Seminar on problems of small farmers, Bombay, 27-29, Bombay: Indian Soc. agric. Econ., 76-81
Van Frankenhuyzen, A. 1967: The small gooseberry sawfly (P. pallipes), a little known pest of gooseberries. Ent. Ber, Amst 27(2): 21-24
Hosking, C.S. 1971: The small intestine in experimental acute iron poisoning. British Journal of Experimental Pathology 52(1): 7-13
Halsted, C.H.; Sheir, S.; Raasch, F.O. 1969: The small intestine in human schistosomiasis. Gastroenterology 57(5): 622-623
Vodovar, N. 1964: The small intestine in the pig. II. Histological structure of the vail with particular reference to the mucous layer in relation to age. Annls. Biol. anim. Biochim. Biophys 4: 113-139
Hamilton, R.; Harrison, J.; Fraser, D.; Radde, I.; Morecki, R.; Paunier, L. 1970: The small intestine in vitamin D dependent rickets. Pediatrics 45(3): 364-373
Nuvole, P. 1969: The small intestine of the lamb contains no sucrase. Bollettino della Societa Italiana di Biologia Sperimentale 45: 947-948
Vodovar, N.; Flanzy, J.; Francois, A.C. 1964: The small intestine of the pig. I. Dimensions in relation to age and weight; study of the junction of the bile and pancreatic ducts. Annis Biol. anim. Biochem. Biophys 4: 27-34
Andreou, N. 1965: The small kibbutzim in Israel. Econ. rur, Athenes 44: 286-304
Grigorov, S. 1968: The small plum-leaf aphid as a pest of sunflower. Rastit. Zasht, 16: pt. 1, 15-18
Mckay, D.H. 1967: The small-farm problem in Australia. Aust. J. agric. Econ, Melbourne 11(2): 115-32
Fredriksson, G. 1969: The smallest economic tree dimension. Skogen 56(12): 347-9
Miracle, M.P. 1970: The smallholder in agricultural policy and planning: Ghana and the Ivory Coast 1960-1966. J. Developing Areas, Macomb, Ill 4(3): 321-32
Koinov, V. 1964: The smonitzas of Bulgaria. P edologie, Gand 14: 179-204
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Dinnik, J.A. 1965: The snail hosts of certain Paramphistomatidae and Gastrothylacidae (Trematoda) discovered by the late Dr. P. L. LeRoux in Africa. Journal of Helminthology 39(2): 141-150
Shute, H.A. 1965: The snail in the bottle of milk. Milk Ind 51(2): 30-31
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Sijatov, S.G. 1969: The snow cover at the upper forest limit and its effect on the tree vegetation. Trudy Inst. Ekol. Rast. i Zivotnyh, Ural'skij Fil. AN SSSR. 69, 141-57
Marcu, M. 1970: The snow cover in the Postavar Mts. Bul. Inst. Polit. Brasov (Ser. B: Econ. for.). 12, 37-47
Kiscinskii, A.A. 1967: The snow sheep of the Kolyma mountains. Byull. mosk. Obshch. Ispyt. Prir. Otd. biol 72(4): 36-42
Qureshi, I.M. 1966: The So-called " eucalyptus Hybrid of Mysore Origin". Indian Forester 92(4): 213-217
Buhl, C. 1967: The so-called 'maize-fly' is O. frit. NachrBl. dt. PftSchutzdienst. Stuttg. 49-51
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Astaurov, B.L. 1967: The so-called physiological heterosis in the light of modern genetics. Vestn. sel'skohoz. Nauk. (Rep. Agric. Sci.), 3, 24-31
Nozik, R.A.; O'Connor, G.R. 1969: The so-called toxin of Toxoplasma. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 18(4): 511-515
Jurko, D. 1967: The social and economic aspect of the record crop production in 1966. Agron. Glasn, Zagreb 17(2): 99-113
Paskalev, S. 1964: The social and economic character of basic funds of co-operative farms. Naucni Trudove, Viss Selskostopanski Inst. " G. Dimi-trov ", Ser. Obst.-ikon. nauki, Sofija 14: 27-47
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Ahmad, Z.M. 1972: The social and economic implications of the green revolution in Asia. International Labour Review. Geneva 105(1): 9-34
Potthoff, H. 1970: The social and economic situation of peasant-women on family farms in the German Federal Republic. For-derungsdienst, Wien 18(2): 47-56
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Walichnowski, F. 1965: The social and professional patterns of the staff of state farms in the Olsztyn voivodship. Wies wspotczesna, Warszawa, 9: 3 (97), 42-8
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