Section 18

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Gimigliano, M. 1975: The golden age of Gambrinus. A brief history of early brewing in Syracuse. Brewers digest: 50 (11) 28
Juhasz, M. 1977: The golden age of Schizaeales the Lower Creataceous. Botanikai Kozlemenyek 4(1): 31-34
Mcpherson, A.T. 1978: The golden age of nutrition. Journal 68(4): 121-128
Kozel, P.; Toth, E. 1976: The golden age of plants. American nurseryman 143(10): 7-9
Ivanov, I. 1975: The golden apple weevil, an almo. Ovoshtarstvo 4 (2) 33-35
Netherby, B. 1991: The golden bletilla--Bletilla ochracea. American Orchid Society bulletin 60(1): 15-18
Duncan, R.W. 1981: The golden buprestid a wood boring beetle. Pest leaflet Pacific Forest Research Centre: 81, (68)
Nikandrov, V.P. 1976: The golden currant. Pchelovodstvo 2 18-19
Y.i, Masatoshi 2007: The golden eagle Aquila chrysaetos and forestry in the Kitakami Plateau. Japanese Journal of Ornithology 56(1): 1-8
Campbell, D. 1995: The golden egg? Minnesota co-ops help producers adapt to industralized agriculture. Farmer cooperatives 62(7): 12-15
Huck, C. 1988: The golden evergreen. American forests 94(9-10): 34-35
Sissons, R. 1977: The golden fossil tree. American horticulturist 56(5): 30-31
Peyraud, J.C. 1980: The golden hour has arrived. Levage bovin ovin caprin: (98) 56-57
Antunes, I.; Teixeira, M.; Caprio-Da-Costa, J.; Oliveira-Zimmermann, M.-De; Rava, C.; Sartorato, A. 1982: The golden mosaic virus as a limiting factor for bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) production in Brasil. Annual report of the Bean Improvement Cooperative 5(25): 78-79
Jimenez, R.-M.G.llo, D., P. 1982: The golden nematode (potato cyst nematode) Globodera rostochiensis woll, in the northernmost reigon of Chile. Idesia 6(6): 63-77
Zwolfer, H. 1976: The golden rod problem: possibilities for a biological weed control project in Europe. Plant health newsletter: (ser B) 81 9-18
Leigh, E.G.Jr 1972: The golden section and spiral leaf-arrangement. Transactions Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences 44: 161-176
Zerner, C. 1985: The golden waterworks: Toraja rituals of the wet-rice landscape. Arnoldia (Jamaica Plain) 45(3): 2-12
Hayes, B. 1981: The golden-rain tree as a nectar source. American Bee Journal 121(2): 126-127
Titovsek, J. 1973: The goldenchain is very poisonous. Gozdarski vestnik 31(5): 211-213
Hinsch, O.M. 1976: The goldenrod plant poisonous for sheep. Dinamica Rural 8(89): 66-70
Robson, E. 1977: The goldern garden at Crathes. Garden 102 (8) 338-340
Desvaux, F.X.; Charlemagne, J. 1983: The goldfish immune response. II. Thymic influence on allograft rejection. Developmental and Comparative Immunology 7(3): 563-567
Heller, J. 1980: The goldfish plant. House plants and porch gardens: 34-41
Schechter, N.J.nses, P.; Quitschke, W.T.sser, P. 1989: The goldfish visual pathway: intermediate filament proteins in nerve growth and development. Nonmammalian animal models for biomedical research editor Avril D Woodhead technical editor Katherine Vivirito: 244
Domozych, D.S. 1991: The Golgi apparatus and membrane trafficking in green algae. International Review of Cytology 131: 213-253
Guru, PY.; Bhat, UKM.; Singh, KRP. 1973: The golgi apparatus in mosquito cells cultured in vitro. Current Science 42(3): 97-99
Kinseth, M.A.; Anjard, C.; Fuller, D.; Guizzunti, G.; Loomis, W.F.; Malhotra, V. 2007: The Golgi-associated protein GRASP is required for unconventional protein secretion during development. Cell 130(3): 524-534
Santisi, S. 1984: The golgi-mediated scale production in the marine haptophycean alga Ochrosphaera neapolitana Schussnig. Giornale botanico italianoub 1984) 116(5-6): 283-300
Dong Ying; Zhou ZunChun; Wang LiMei; Song Lun 2007: The gonad characteristics of F1 progeny crossed by sea urchin Strongylocentrotus intermedius () and S. nudus (). Fisheries Science Dalian 26(6): 311-314
Spincemaille, J. 1968: The gonadotropic activity in the pituitary gland and in the blood of the cycling mare. Proceedings International Congress on Animal Reproduction and Artificial Insemination : 673-675
Huang, H.; Chang, Y. 1980: The gonadotropic stimulation of androgen production on carp testis in vitro. Proceedings of the National Science Council 4(4): 392-400
Wilson, E.C. 1984: The goniatite Agathiceras (Mollusca: Cephalopoda) in the Lower Permian (Wolfcampian) of California. Journal of paleontology 58(1): 277-278
Mullens, B.; Schmidtmann, E. 1982: The gonotrophic cycle of Culicoides variipennis (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) and its implications in age-grading field populations in New York State, USA Biting midge, vector of bluetongue and epizootic hemorrhagic disease viruses. Journal of medical entomology 19(3): 340-349
Annexstad, J. 1987: The good and bad of supply management. Dairy herd management 24(2): 28-29
Hemila, H. 1994: The good and harm of vitamin C. Nutrition today 29(2): 49-50
Fadini, G.P.; Pauletto, P.; Avogaro, A.; Rattazzi, M. 2007: The good and the bad in the link between insulin resistance and vascular calcification. Atherosclerosis 193(2): 241-244
Agenjo, R. 1971: The good characteristics for defining the species and other superior systematic categories in systematics. International Congress of Entomology 13th Moscow 1968 Trudy: 102
Wolf, R. 1978: The good feeling of living in the earth. Organic gardening 25(12): 58-65
Seelye, H. 1992: The good hands people. California grower 16(11): 21-23
Brom, F. 2000: The good life of creatures with dignity some comments on the Swiss expert opinion. Journal of agricultural and environmental ethics 3(1-2): 53-63
Rottman, L.H. 1990: The good life report: skin cancer. EC Cooperative Extension Service University of Nebraska: (90-426)
Buren, R. 1974: The good neighborhood. 1. enclosures. La Propriete terrienne: 27 (313) 14-15
Real, R. 1974: The good neighborhood: Straying animals. La Propriete terrienne: 27 (320) 320-321
Real, R. 1974: The good neighborhood: problems. La Propriete terrienne: 27 (324) 468-469
Buren, R. 1974: The good neighbourhood. b. easements. La Propriete terrienne: 27 (316) 172-173
Anonymous 1979: The good news about energy. Michigan State University Energy for Agriculture Series ENR: (80-264)
Anonymous 1980: The good oil on producer gas. Power farming magazine 89(11): 25-27
Kienzer, F. 1976: The good queen. Bienenwelt 18 (2) 43-45
Danielsen, J.H. 1975: The good test bull is still not effectively utilized!. Nye Dansk Landbrug 6(11): 14-15
Engler, K.S. 2007: The good, the bad and the smelly: otitis externa reviewed. Small animal and exotics Proceedings of the North American Veterinary Conference, Volume 21, Orlando, Florida, USA 2007: 938-940
Williams, D.; Wuster, W.; Fry, B.-Grieg 2007: The good, the bad and the ugly: Australian snake taxonomists and a history of the taxanomy of Australias venomous snakes (vol 48, pg 919, 2007). Toxicon 49(5): 740
Phillips, R. 1998: The good, the bad, and the professional. Arbor age 18(9): 76
Farquer, B.S. 2007: The good, the bad, and the ugly - its more than a hospital. Large animal Proceedings of the North American Veterinary Conference, Volume 21, Orlando, Florida, USA 2007: 395-396
Beeton, S. 2007: The good, the bad, and the ugly: CSR, film, and tourism. Two cases of filming in a small community. Tourism Review International 11(2): 145-154
Bernard, J. 1986: The good-provider role: Its rise and fall. Family in transition: rethinking marriage sexuality child rearing and family organization compilers Arlene S Skolnick Jerome H Skolnick: 144
Lemon, I. 1976: The goodness of lettuce. New England Gardening Magazine 3(5): 6-7
Bielinska, K. 1975: The goose egg. Drobiarstwo 23 (6) 8
Adam, Z.B. 1973: The goose industry in Israel. Spring 47-49
Bruzzone, P. 1982: The goose: a valid poutry alternative. Informatore zootecnico 29(24): 127-128
Cowan, P.J. 1980: The goose: an efficient converter of grass? A review. World's poultry science journal 36(2): 112-116
Venkataramanujam, K.S.njeeviraj, G. 1982: The gorgonian resources of Tamil Nadu. Seafood export journal 14(3): 23
Hitch, P.H. 1988: The gospel according to Paul--Where do we go from here?. Beef cattle Science handbook 2(22): 446-450
Urbano, C.C. 1986: The gospel according to Ted Van Veen. American nurseryman 164(8): 129-132
Demino, H.; Hurley, J. 2002: The gourmet cookie jar. Nutrition action health letter 29(8): 14-15
Rausch, H. 1970: The gout, a nutritional disease of the metabolism. Ernahrungs Umschau 17(7): 25-27
Anonymous 1974: The government adopts a new cotton policy. Mexico agricola: 20 (241) 20-21
Vos, M. 1982: The government and modern communication technique on the livestock farm. Bedrijfsontwikkeling 13(1): 35-36
Gonzalez-Chapel, A. 1974: The government cannot by itself obtain a substantial transfo rmation of the agricultural sector. Revista del cafe 29(9): 28-30
Strachan, R.; Thompson, R. 1986: The government extension officer of the 1990s. Proceedings of the Australian Society of Animal Production 6(16): 18-20
Garofalo, M.; Pinto, A. 1979: The government guarantees and more equipment goes to the fields. Agricultura de hoje 5(55): 4-8
Calanog, L.A. 1977: The government kaingin management project. Canopy 3 (3) 6-7
Breimyer, H.F. 1998: The government role in naming things: organic foods, for example. Small farm today 15(1): 15-16
Lee, J.W. 1991: The government role in technology transfer in the 1990s. Proceedings of the Technology Transfer Society Annual Meeting International Symposium and exhibit: 6TH) 333-340
Jones, T.L. 1974: The government veterinary officer--circa 1980. Canadian Veterinary Journal 15(1): 3-4
Dixon, J.E. 1984: The government view. Journal of the Society of Dairy Technology 37(2): 46-48
Lindqvist, L. 1974: The governments rationalization activities. Jordbruksekonomiska meddelanden 36 (10) 274-282
Lying, R.E. 1970: The governments role in quality assurance. Food Technology 24(10): 52-54
Moyle, C.J. 1975: The governments views on the organization of livestock breeding. Sheepfarming annual: 170-172
Fessler, A. 1976: The grace of wild mountain violets. Kosmos 72 (11) 478-484
Lewis, C.E. 1975: The graceful weeping tree. I. American nurseryman 141(11): 10-11
Lewis, C.E. 1975: The graceful weeping tree. II. American nurseryman: 5, 141 (12) 12-13
Bleiweis, S. 1976: The gradations of Mikiola fagi Htg. in the forests of Slovenia. Gozdarski vestnik 34(6): 259-264
Khazhakian, K.; Chailakhian, M. 1976: The gradient of phytochrome and inhibitor distribution in stems of plants of photoperiodically neutral species. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR 292: 516-519
Black, S.; Smit, C. 1972: The grading of low-ester pectin for use in dessert gels. Journal of food science 37(5): 726-729
Anonymous 1964: The grading of vegetables. Agric. Gaz. N.S.W 75: 1087-8
Willen, T. 1972: The gradual destruction of Swedens lakes. Ambio 1 (1) 6-14
Kolkert, J.L.P.; 't Hart, N.A.; van Dijk, A.; Ottens, P.J.; Ploeg, R.J.; Leuvenink, H.G.D. 2007: The gradual onset brain death model: a relevant model to study organ donation and its consequences on the outcome after transplantation. Laboratory Animals 41(3): 363-371
Schremmer, H.F.anz, W.K.inert, K.K.rmse, K. 1975: The gradual transiton to industrial swine production, a legitimate and logical process. Archiv für Tierzucht 8(2): 71-78
Dostal, L. 1974: The gradually disappearing finding place of Tetragonolobus scandalida Scop. near Velky Saris. Biologia (Bratislava) 29(4): 327-329
Purschel, W. 1977: The graduate agricultural engineer. VDL Nachrichten 27(12): 221-223
Morgen, H. 1969: The graduate farmer in service of land use planning, multiple land use planning and land research. Diplomlandwirt 19 (10) 241-243
Walsh, T. 1970: The graduate--now and tomorrow. Spring 27 38-41
Phillips, R.; Brown, W.S.annett, V. 1971: The graft copolymerization of styrene and lignin. I. Hydrochloric acid lignin. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 15(12): 2929-2940
Phillips, R.; Brown, W.S.annett, V. 1973: The graft copolymerization of styrene and lignin. III. Chain transfer reactions of lignin and lignin model compounds. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 17(2): 443-451
Needles, H.L. 1971: The graft photopolymerization of acrylates and methacrylates on wool in dimethyl sulfoxide. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 15(10): 2559-2566
Vishnevskii, V.P. 1976: The grafted grapevine cultivation in the eastern zone of the Krasnodar Territory. Trudy Po Prikladnoi Botanike Genetike i Selektsii 7(1): 141-144
Loenholdt, J. 1980: The grafting of grapevines, both hand and machine methods. Vinifera wine growers journaler 7(4): 209-220
Krol, B. 1974: The grafting of sausage with civo-cultures. Keurmeester 65 109-113
Brenner, D. 1990: The grain amaranth gene pools. Proceedings of the Fourth National Amaranth Symposium: perspectives on production processing and marketing: held in Minneapolis Minnesota ust 23-25-1990 sponsored by: Amaranth Institute et al: 194
Anonymous 1981: The grain and feed situation and outlook. Zootecnica international: (3) 40-43
Catrina, W. 1980: The grain belt of the world. Grune 108(49): 9-14
Dziadyk, A. 2002: The grain bin swarm. American Bee Journal 142(5): 337-338
Maciejewski, W. 1982: The grain cleaner K 547A with the grain sorter K 236A. Mechanizacja rolnictwa 31(5-6): 17-21
Anonymous 1974: The grain dryer prive in bin drying. Fermes modernes: 26 20-22
Martin, W.W. 1976: The grain dust problem. Agricultural research 25 (1) 10-11
Schoeff, R.W. 1987: The grain elevator. Rise of the wheat state: a history of Kansas agriculture 1861-1986 edited by George E Ham and Robin Higham: 136
Penzes, I. 1983: The grain elevator of Budapest built 100 years ago. II. Gabonaipar 1983(3): 117-122
Tirelli, M. 1975: The grain goes to the radiologist. Agricoltura 24 (5) 27-34
Martens, V.B.ss, E. 1979: The grain industry--an overview. Cereal foods world 24(12): 580-583
Wilson, W.Z.nk, D.K.o, W.C.bia, D.H.lgeson, D.H.rtsgaard, T.M.ng, D.G.iffin, G. 1984: The grain industry--country elevators, grain marketing and transportation. North Dakota farm research North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station 42(1): 37-44
Faber, W. 1970: The grain leaf wasp breeds through. Pflanzenarzt 23 (6) 54-55
Hymowitz, T. 1987: The grain legumes: an overview of crops and species. Grain legumes as alternative crops: a symposium sponsored by the Center for Alternative Crops and Products University of Minnesota July 23-24-1987: 4
Duune, L. 1976: The grain market in Ireland. 1. Trends in supply and disposal. Farm and Food Research 7(3): 69-72
Kristjanson, R.L. 1981: The grain marketing challenge of the 1980s. Canada agricultureng 26(2): 4-7
Bozecki, M. 1973: The grain milling industry awaits a well trained, young labor force. Przeglad zbozowo mlynarski 17(12): 1-4
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Kemeshite, E.M. 1977: The grain of the Lithuanian SSR. Zernovoe khoziaistvo: 8 2-3
Nakata, N.Y.sumuro, Y.S.saki, M. 1983: The grain protein of alien cytoplasmic ditelocentric lines of wheat. Proceedings of the sixth International Wheat Genetics Symposium edited by Sadao Sakamoto: 516
Glogov, L.T.onev, D.S.oianov, P.; Stoianov, P. 1977: The grain quality in programmed maize growing. Rasteniev'dni Nauki 4(4): 48-58
Pokrovskaia, N.F. 1976: The grain quality of spring wheat varieties in the Kuibyshev Region. Biulleten' 9 19-21
Thalman, R.R. 1943: The grain sorghums for fattening cattle. Bull Nebraska Agric Exp Sta 347: 1-18
Ruppolt, W. 1973: The grain weevil as a demonstration object. Mikrokosmos 62 (10) 315-319
Akinwunmi, O.; Heintz, C. 1997: The gram-negative bacterial flora of cotton. ARS (138) 33-42
Heintz, C.; Akinwunmi, O. 1997: The gram-positive bacterial flora of cotton. ARS (138) 21-32
Steyskal, G.C. 1973: The grammar of names in Slaters Catalogue of Lygaeidae of the World (Heteroptera). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 75(3): 276-279
Stanghellini, G. 2007: The grammar of the psychiatric interview. A plea for the second-person mode of understanding. Psychopathology 40(2): 69-74
Higham, S. 1986: The grand North American debate. World water 9(4): 17-18
Elersek, L. 1983: The grand fir (Abies grandis Lindl.), a promising exotic tree for Slovenia. Gozdarski vestnik = Slovenian journal of forestry 31(4): 161-166
Northcutt, G. 1982: The grand guy of agronomy Arthur H. Post, 1899-1982, agronomist at Montana State University for 45 years, includes biographical material. Focus on Montana agriculture Cooperative Extension Service Montana State University 4(4): 6-7
Cobb, T.P. 1978: The grand story of canning in New York State. Food production management 101(1): 36-41
Stauffer, J.M. 1974: The granddaddy of cedar trees resides in Escambia. Alabama forest products 17(8): 38-39
Lenz, L.M. 1979: The grandeur of zinnias. Prairie garden 6(36): 140-141
Ramirez-Barranti, Cc 1985: The grandparent. Family relations 34(3): 343-352
Kivett, V.R. 1991: The grandparent-grandchild connection. Marriage and Family Review 16(3-4): 267-290
Bivens, G.E. 1976: The grants economy and study of the American family: a possible framework for trans disciplinary approaches. Home Economics Research Journal 5(2): 70-78
Bivens, G.E. 1976: The grants economy and the American family. Proceedings of the Western Regional Family Economics Home Management Educators: annual conference: 6? (16th) 1-11
Kazakova, T.N. 1983: The granulation of feed yeast. Hydrolysis and wood chemistry USSR: ) 57-59
Carlotti, D. 1982: The granuloma complex in the cat. Nimal de compagnie 17(3): 273-283
Maier, P.Z.inden, G. 1983: The granuloma pouch assay Mutagenic activity of chemicals, toxicity testing. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 07(407): 476-478
Zarins, J.A. 1971: The granulosis virus as a control mean against cabbage worm under Baltic climatic conditions. International Congress of Entomology 13th Moscow 1968 Trudy: 113-114
Melamed-Madjar, V.R.ccah, B.T.m, S. 1978: The granulosis virus disease of Sesamia larvae. Hassadeh 58 (6) 1048-1053
Abd-Kadir, H.Bin 1986: The granulosis virus of Plutella xylostella. Biological control in the tropics: proceedings of the "First Regional Symposium on Biological Control" held at Universiti Pertanian Malaysia Serdang from 4-6 September 1985 editors: MY Hussein AG Ibrahim: 273
Dickler, E. 1981: The granulosis virus of codling moth: its use as a biological agent in an integrated control program Laspeyresia pomonella. Proceedings of symposia: IX International Congress of Plant Protection Washington DC USA August 5-11-1979 editor Thor Kommedahl: 601
Trillo, A.; Haust, M.D. 1975: The granulovesicular bodies of the arterial wall. Laboratory Investigation; a Journal of Technical Methods and Pathology 32(1): 105-110
Thia, K.Y.T.; Trapani, J.A. 2007: The granzyme B gene is highly polymorphic in wild mice but essentially invariant in common inbred laboratory strains. Tissue Antigens 70(3): 198-204
Millington, W.T.wnsend, H. 1984: The grape Phylloxera. Mimeograph series Southwest Missouri State University State Fruit Experiment Station: 84 (11)
Dubos, J. 1973: The grape and wine Common Market: Characteristics, tendencies, prospects. Paysans 02 77-87
Ben-Yehuda, S.I.har, Y.W.soki, M.A.gaman, Q. 1993: The grape berry moth, Lobesia botrana Denis & Schiffermueller (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), in pear orchards in Israel. International journal of pest management 39(2): 149-151
Geoffrion, R. 1979: The grape berry moths. Phytoma (Paris) 308: 5-6
Anonymous 1979: The grape cultivation policy between legislation and market. Weinwirtschaft 115(21-22): 713-715
Yavuzeser, A.G.rkan, T. 1979: The grape culture and wine industry in Turkey. Bulletin 52(577): 181-202
Lafon, J. 1976: The grape culture station in Cognac. Progres agricole et viticole 94(23): 720-731
Schoffling, H. 1975: The grape grower and clone selection. Weinberg und Keller 22(9): 381-404
Saracco, C. 1973: The grape grower and the law on wines. Frutticoltura 35(10-11) 19-25
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Bodnar, S. 1978: The grape harvest of 1977 at Tokalyhegyalja. Borgazdasag 6 (1) 5-6
Bozhinova, I. 1973: The grape hybrid Plovdiv 1. Lozarstvo i vinarstvo 22(2): 12-13
Anonymous 1981: The grape juice market in Switzerland. Bulletin de l'OIV Office international de la vigne et du vin 54(605-606): 633-640
Amati, A.G.lassi, S.L.rici, C. 1975: The grape juice: characteristics and production technology. Vignevini 2(6): 11-16
Geoffrion, R. 1979: The grape leaf roller. Phytoma (Paris) 313: 23-24
Esmaili, M. 1973: The grape leafminer Holocasista rivillei. Publications 5 (2) 29-45
Beers, E.H. 1985: The grape mealybug on pear. Proceedings Washington State Horticultural Association: 1st) 193-195
Sampayo-Fernandez, M.H.rnandez-Esteruelas, P. 1973: The grape moth (Lobesia botrana Schiff.). Boletin informativo de plagas 108 7-11
Stevenson, A.B. 1976: The grape phylloxera, Daktulosphaira vitifoliae (Fitch) (Homoptera: Phylloxeridae), in Ontario: dispersal behaviour of first stage apterae emerging from leaf galls. Proceedings ub 1976), 106 24-28
Randhawa, G.; Iyer, C. 1977: The grape pollen: morphology and physiology. Advances in pollen spore research: 20-29
Carmona, M.M. 1978: The grape rust mite Calepitrimerus vitis (Nal.) (Acarina: Eriophyidae). I. Notes on morphology, biology and symptomatology. Agronomia lusitana 9(1): 29-56
Genduso, P. 1987: The grape-vine moths in the framework of IPM in Sicily. Integrated pest control in viticulture: proceedings of a meeting of the EC Experts' Group Portoferraio 26-28 September 1985 edited by R Cavalloro: 2
Abrasheva, P. 1973: The grape-vine virus diseases in. Selskostopanska Nauka 2(2): 61-64
Anonymous 1982: The grape-wine chain. Interprofession in the wine and brandy sector and origin names. Nformation agricole: (536) 23-38
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Anonymous 1987: The grapevine. Grapevine University of California Cooperative Extension Service: 1987
Saltini, A. 1979: The grapevine and wine economy on the Roman Mediterranean shores. Vignevini 6(11-12): 29-37
Lachica, M.G.nzalez, C. 1976: The grapevine in Chile: determination of optimum nutritive equilibrium. Anales de edafologia y agrobiologia: 35 (9 10) 917-946
Campana, G. 1976: The grapevine situation: thoughts and preposals by Dr. Emilio Severi, Assessor for agriculture of Emilia-Romagna. Vignevini 3(1): 39-43
Anonymous 1979: The grapevines test tube babies. Wines and vines 60(2): 50
Dalmasso, G. 1973: The grapevines of better Italian wines: the grapevines of Veneto. L'Italia agricola 110(5): 575-604
Molnar, L. 1974: The graphical method in the planning of forest utilization. Erdo 23 (6) 276-281
Schmotzer, U. 1973: The grasp on property. Agrarische Rundschau: 6 22-24
Levenko, B.; Iurkova, G.; Kunakh, V.; Zosimovich, V. 1976: The grass Zingeria with a low chromosome number--a new model object for the culture of plant cells and tissues. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR 281: 209-210
Anonymous 1981: The grass buffer is improving utilisation in Scotland. Grass farmer: ng (8) 22-25
Valberg, E. 1973: The grass crop--quantity and quality. Aktuelt 27-31
Carter, B. 1991: The grass doesnt care. USGA Green Section record 29(4): 5-8
Morey, R.W. 1979: The grass factory new concept to produce turf cover may revolutionize the industry. Landscape industry 24(6): 26-27
Comis, D. 2000: The grass farmers love to hate. Agricultural research 48(7): 4-7
Weidner, K. 1986: The grass is always greener. PennState agriculture: 2-9
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Petrovic, A.; Hummel, N.J. 1987: The grass may be greener, but. New York's food and life sciences quarterly 7(1): 24-26
Hemmerle, A.C.affurin, C.L.-Rocque, B.D. 1981: The grass moth, a pest of maize and meadows in the southwest. Phytoma (Paris) 329: 25-28
Iakunin, I. 1971: The grass pea. Pchelovodstvo 2 24-25
Sirum, B. 1978: The grass seed situation prior to this years spring work season. Landbrukstidende 84 (9) 1022-1023
Enkerlin, D.M.rales, J. 1980: The grass spittlebug complex Aeneolamia albofasciata and Prosapia simulans in northeastern Mexico and its possible control by resistant buffelgrass hybrids. MP Texas Agricultural Experiment Station: (1451) 470-494
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Beetle, A.A. 1987: The grasses in literature: addendum II. Rangelands 9(6): 254-255
Church, K. 1979: The grasshopper X chromosome. I. States of condensation and the nuclear envelope at G1, S and G2 of premeiotic interphase and at early meiotic prophase. Chromosoma 71(3): 347-358
Church, K. 1979: The grasshopper X chromosome. II. Negative heteropycnosis, transcription activities and compartmentation during spermatogonial stages. Chromosoma 71(3): 359-370
Lecoq, M. 1978: The grasshopper problem in Sudan-Sahelian Africa. Agronomie tropicale 33(3): 241-258
Moll, E. 1986: The grassland biome--a heritage lost?. Veld and flora 1987 72(4): 128-129
Jizhou, R. 1984: The grassland characteristics and productivity of East Asia. Publication International Institute for Land Reclamation and Improvement: 6) 43-53
Heller, D. 1975: The grassland farm. Tierzuchter 27 (4) 152-153
Descoings, B. 1978: The grassland formations in the phytogeographic classification of Yangambi. Adansonia 18(2): 243-256
Rankin, A.R. 1981: The grassland message. Proceedings of the New Zealand Grassland Association conference 2(42): 170-173
Le-Houerou, Hn 1980: The grassland of Africa: classification, production evolution and development outlook. XIII International Grassland Congress: Leipzig German Democratic Re ic 18-27 May 1977 editors of congress proceedings E Wojahn and H Thons: 16
Scarth, G.W. 2006: The grassland of Orkney: An CEcological analysis. Botanical Journal of Scotland 58(Part 2): 195
Tsuchida, K. 1973: The grassland vegetation in the. Japanese journal of ecology 23(1): 33-43
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Cassidy, D.; Lancaster, C. 1993: The grassroots curriculum: a dialogue between children and teachers. Young children 48(6): 47-51
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Anonymous 1978: The greasing of the spud. Prevention 30 (5) 145-149
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Anonymous 1982: The great American seed exchange Dogwood tree seeds, Japanese flowering cherry tree seeds, USA, Japan. USDA United States Department of Agriculture 41(20): 3
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Caruba, A. 1980: The great Coalinga cricket invasion. Pest control 48(3): 14-15
Wilkinson, R.S. 1977: The great Cornhill fire and the demise of the first Aurelian Society. Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation 89(9): 250-251
Pike, T. 1980: The great DDT hoax. Christmas trees 8(1): 15-24
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Bergstrom, B. 1988: The great Phragmipedium besseae caper. Orchid digest 52(1): 22-26
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Reggiani, F. 1970: The great artisan of the renewal of European agriculture. Agricoltura 19 (6) 54-64
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Anonymous 1976: The great candy bar controversy: nutrition activists attack school meals. Institutions Volume Feeding 9(4): 41-43
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Poirier, M. 1986: The great contender. Textile Asia 17(12): 135-136
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Anonymous 1985: The great decomposers at work. Research perspectivesng 4(1): 6-7
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Sharma, M.; Gomkale, S.; Rao, K. 1984: The great deserts belts and solar thermal power generation. Transactions of Indian Society of Desert Technology and University Centre of Desert Studies 9(2): 5-13
Bir, R.; Zondag, R. 1986: The great dibble debate: test results raise more questions. American nurseryman 164(10): 59-60
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Anonymous 1983: The great forest-wood political axis. Foret privee: (151) 17-22
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Mikhailova, N.F. 1977: The great life cycle of Festuca beckeri (Hack.) Trautv. in the steppes of the Naurzum Nature Reserve. Biulleten' Otdel biologicheskii 82(2): 125-132
Temirbekov, O. 1977: The great life cycle of Heracleum lehmannianum Bunge. Rastitel'nye Resursy 3(1): 31-41
Anonymous 1975: The great lines of French policy on cooperation. Afrique agriculture: 4 45-47
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Anonymous 1981: The great peanut hunt. Food engineering 53(1): 86-88
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Drake, J. 1974: The great potato debate--end of the story?. Food and cosmetics toxicology 12(5-6): 772-776
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Hackney, W. 1994: The great pumpkin. Grower: vegetable and small fruit newsletter 94(4): 7-8
Batchelder, G.L. 1985: The great ragweed (Ambrosia spp.) season of 1984: fact or fantasy. 17th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology and seventh Conference on Biometeorology and Aerobiology May 21-24-1985 Scottsdale Ariz: preprint volume sponsored by the American Meteorological Society: 303
Carver, A. 1976: The great reseeding problem. Dairy farmer and dairy beef producer 23(10): 18-19
Anonymous 1974: The great river has not changed: rain destroys the grape harvest. Wynboer 511 28-31
Pearson, W.; Cin, D. 1976: The great river study a new perspective in river management. Symposium on Inland Waterways for Navigation: d Control and Water Diversions, 3d (v 1) 536-551
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Anonymous 1977: The great saccharin snafu. Consumer Reports 42(7): 410-414
Poly, J. 1978: The great sales of autumn 1978. Bulletin trimestriel 39(4): 73-80
Mcgargle, P.F. 1976: The great slaughterhouse scandal. Veterinary economics 17(8): 26-28
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Bean, A. 1986: The great swamp timber harvest remnants of a legendary engineering feat tell the story. Georgia forestry 39(4): 5-7
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Starr, J.T. 1978: The green and pleasant land. American forests 84(1): 38-41
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Merforth, M. 1977: The green area problem. Should agricultural policy be restudied?. IKO: Innere Kolonisation Land und Gemeinde 26(1): 20-23
Le-Grontec, P. 1977: The green belts in the garden cities in the Loire valley: dream and reality?. Economie rurale 120(4): 26-33
Piralkov, V.D.mov, T. 1974: The green conveyor provides for. Zhivotnovodstvo 28 (3) 57-58
Klockare, B. 1986: The green factory--How do plants function?. Svensk botanisk tidskrift 5: 321-326
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Mews, L.; Smith, D. 1982: The green hydra symbiosis. VI. What is the role of maltose transfer from alga to animal Chlorella, Hydra viridissima. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B: Biological sciences 216(1205): 397-413
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Collins, A. 1972: The green light for liquids. 2. Big farm management: 9, 2 (8) 9-10
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Anonymous 1978: The green light for stubble mulch tillage. Power farming magazine 87(7): 11-13
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