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Biology, Geography & Health: Chapter 17696


Chapter 17696 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in the basic and applied life, earth and health sciences.





Anonymous, 2002:
Why rentals will save you money

Marcella, K.; Leimbach, J., 1998:
Why resist?

Annema, J.T.; Rabe, K.F., 2007:
Why respiratory physicians should learn and implement EUS-FNA

Spang, Ef, 1973:
Why rest-rotation grazing

Silburn, D.M.rk; Robinson, J.B.ett; Freebairn, D., M., 2007:
Why restore marginal cropland to permanent pasture? Land resource and environmental issues


Wagoner, C.; Vecci, S., 1974:
Why results differ among methods for measuring black liquor solids content

Christensen, K., 1974:
Why retailers will keep pressure on sellers

Gevert, L., 2007:
Why reward environmental efforts?

Stoszek, K.; Mika, P., 1985:
Why risk rate sites and stands using multivariate regression models?

Saraiya, Rg, 1972:
Why rural banks?

Beeson, E.S.range, M., 2003:
Why rural matters 2003: the continuing need for every state to take action on rural education

Beeson, E.S.range, M., 2000:
Why rural matters: the need for every state to take action on rural education

Libby, Lw, 1971:
Why rural planning and zoning?

Smith, El, 2003:
Why rural public librarians should (and how they can) serve young adults

Borders, T.; Rohrer, J.; Hilsenrath, P.; Ward, M., 2000:
Why rural residents migrate for family physician care

Toba, H.; Turner, J., 1976:
Why sample for wireworms

Radwin, Ge, 1976:
Why save a marsh?

Anonymous, 2003:
Why save farmland?

Anonymous, 1987:
Why save rural America?

Hu, Xing-Ping, 2003:
Why school IPM?

Oberteuffer, Delbert, 1985:
Why school health education?

Hays, Sm, 1991:
Why scientists cotton to Egyptian cotton

Woyke, H., 1976:
Why seeds of heterotic hybrids must costs more than those of established varieties

Phillips, K.H.mmond, K., 1977:
Why select on first lactation production?

Breen, T., 1974:
Why shade in the greenhouse?

Sokol, Oi, 1979:
Why sheep husbandry is unprofita

Kruger, Pj, 1970:
Why short wool is now in Vogue?

Mckee, K.B.ady, C., 2004:
Why should 4-H horse and pony youth wear certified equestrian helmets?

Messinger, Lisa, 1993:
Why should I eat better?

Kable, Gn, 1974:
Why should I wax my peaches?

Kukueca, Josef, 1947:
Why should Slovak farmer have a dairy business?

Kontecka, H., 1974:
Why should a broiler farm be stocked with chicks of the same age

Mccue, Ja, 1997:
Why should a cataloging department hire a Metadata Specialist? and, Are there any out there?

Bailey, Aw, 1987:
Why should a rancher burn northern rangelands?

Norton, George, W., 1985:
Why should a state fund agricultural research and education?

Anonymous, 1984:
Why should adults drink milk?

Mouze, M., 1976:
Why should forage beets still be cultivated?

Nemeth-Ek, M., 2001:
Why should my company participate in a trade show?

Garrow, J., 1995:
Why should patients be matched to treatments, how may it occur, and how can it be studied?

Donald, Athene, M., 2007:
Why should polymer physicists study biopolymers

Mac-Evilly, C.M.ndoza, N., 2006:
Why should scientists engage with the media

Davidson, R.; Crespo, S., 1979:
Why should some cocoa butters crystallization behavior change?

Winterer, H., 1973:
Why should starters be prepared from reconstituted dry milk?

Osadczuk, A.; Musielak, S.; Borowka, R., K., 2007:
Why should the Odra River mouth area not be regarded as an estuary? A geologist's point of view

Erlandsson, S., 1977:
Why should the pulp & paper industry generate electric power

Kingston, G., 1970:
Why should urea be incorporated with the soil?

Voith, V.L., 1984:
Why should veterinarians study animal behavior?

Ellerbrock, M., 1996:
Why should we care about economics education?

Gunn, As, 1980:
Why should we care about rare species?

Ford, Rp, 1984:
Why should we monitor spruce budworm population trends?

Snyder, W.; Knisel, W.J., 1974:
Why should we predict runoff for ungaged drainage areas?

Reeves, Wc, 1989:
Why should you continue to be concerned about encephalitis viruses in California?

Chase, A.; Armstrong, T.; Osborne, L., 1981:
Why should you test pesticides on your plants?

Jacobson, Re, 1976:
Why shouldnt milk have a national flat rate like corn?

Johnson, Fd, 1974:
Why shouldnt we sell sherbet and ice cream as low-calorie d esserts?

Azmitia, M.H.sser, J., 1993:
Why siblings are important agents of cognitive development: a comparison of siblings and peers

Vres, Lj, 1978:
Why skimmilk powder in mixed feed for swine?

Biernacki, S., 1986:
Why smokeless tobaccos comeback may burn out

Johnson, C.Anderson.; Cen, S.; Gallaher, P.; Palmer, P.H.; Xiao, L.; Ritt-Olson, A.; Unger, J.B., 2007:
Why smoking prevention programs sometimes fail. Does effectiveness depend on sociocultural context and individual characteristics?

Saenz, R., 1991:
Why so few Chicano rural sociologists?

Deal, As, 1975:
Why so few pesticides for ornamentals?

Knotts, D.K.otts, R., 1975:
Why so few?

Wehmeyer, As, 1986:
Why so little research on the ennoblement of indigenous edible wild plants?

Mazzini, C., 1975:
Why so many hailstorms in Ferrara Province?

Collett, R., 1982:
Why so many plants from the western cape in our gardens? Pacific coast of North America, South Africa

Breimyer, Hf, 1997:
Why so much concern about food safety?

Henslin, Jm, 1985:
Why so much divorce?

Richard, A., 1973:
Why so much failure at the time of introduction of queens?

Fanzel, H.De, 1973:
Why so much resentment toward apiculture?

Porter, E., 1994:
Why soften household water?

Luers, H., 1977:
Why soil cultivating is always a compromise

Batie, Ss, 1986:
Why soil erosion: a social science perspective

Anonymous, 1994:
Why soil health matters: you have more at stake than next years yields

Tollefson, J., 1986:
Why soil insecticidal immunity?

Hummel, N.Jr, 1991:
Why soil tests dont agree

Martin, K., 2000:
Why solid waste managers should look at the ethanol option

Tjeng, T.; Olie, J., 1975:
Why solvent extraction of palm oil is not to be recommended

Huang, H.; Nanson, G., 2007:
Why some alluvial rivers develop an anabranching pattern

Klingborg, D., 1986:
Why some animals get sick

Telschow, G., 1975:
Why some bee colonies work harder than others

Sippel, Wl, 1980:
Why some calves die

Shoop, M.; Mcilvain, E., 1971:
Why some cattlemen overgraze--and some dont

Ullman, A.D.; Orenstein, A., 1994:
Why some children of alcoholics become alcoholics: emulation of the drinker

Rhodes, W.-Allen; Brown, W., K., 1991:
Why some children succeed despite the odds

Kornely, R., 1972:
Why some colonies starve in winter

Fordham, Aj, 1974:
Why some conifers deviate from normal

Mazzola V., 1989:
Why some cows fight mastitis better

Anonymous, 1978:
Why some cows have more mastitis than others

Vernon, J.J., 1942:
Why some farmers are more successful than others

Wilken, Df, 1992:
Why some farms earn more than others

Mosher, M.-Luther; West, V., I., 1952:
Why some farms earn so much more than others

Bernard, A.; Jensen, J., 2004:
Why some firms export

Mcevoy, T.; Signorello, K., 1985:
Why some foresters dont adopt microcomputers

Gross, W.; Siegel, P., 1997:
Why some get sick

Nabhan, Gary-Paul, 2004:
Why some like it hot

Delong, J.; Dimit, R., 1976:
Why some manpower programs fail

Levin, B.E., 2007:
Why some of us get fat and what we can do about it

Cisneros, Fh, 1979:
Why some organisms become pests

Reynolds, G., 1978:
Why some plants make you itch

Cutting, O., 1979:
Why some potatoes grow faster than others

Funk, F., 1974:
Why some promotions worked and some did not

Morton, Es, 1996:
Why songbirds learn songs: an arms race over ranging?

Ray, F., 1981:
Why soya is your best investment Glycine max

Robacker, D.; Flottum, P.-Sammataro, D1; Erickson, E., 1982:
Why soybeans attract honeybees Apis mellifera

Rupp, Gp, 1987:
Why spay heifers?

Miller, R.M., 1977:
Why spaying and neutering operations are expensive

Veksler, Eiiu, 1960:
Why specialization and concentration of production is necessary

Muller, Gh, 1973:
Why specialize?

Butterfield, Jg, 1972:
Why spend money on a farm accountant?

Walker, G., 1992:
Why spiders eat and remake their webs

Collins, A., 1972:
Why spray hay?

Daybell, H., 1978:
Why spray rape at all?

Bauer, A.B.ack, A.; Frank, A., 1989:
Why spring barley matures earlier than spring wheat

Ruckli, Ea, 1969:
Why stabilized fishmeal?

Muldoon, Pj, 1973:
Why stabilizers and emulsifiers in ice cream mix?

Wade, L., 1977:
Why stable prices for pulpwood?

Reed, Ga, 1973:
Why stallions must be registered

Frey-Wyssling, A., 1980:
Why starch as our main food supply?

Goddard, Mk, 1969 :
Why state forestry associations?

Unger, H., 1970:
Why still highest price for calcium ammonium nitrate?

Cuperus, G.K.ischik, V., 1991:
Why stored product integrated pest management is needed

Beatty, Ra, 1991:
Why street trees?

Ward, Ld, 1974:
Why stubble mulch?

Young, A.; Johnson, B., 1986:
Why students are choosing home economics

Benhar, Z., 1979:
Why students come to the Facu

Lawrence, L.B.an, T., 1977:
Why students drop vocational agriculture

Kellogg, Ea, 1991:
Why study mistletoe?

Briggs, G.M., 1977:
Why study nutrition history?

Mather, Ja, 1996:
Why study octopuses

Jacobs, Rr, 1997:
Why study the microbiology of cotton?

Albersheim, P.D.rvill, A.; Davis, K.; Lau, J.; Mcneil, M.S.arp, J.; York, W., 1984:
Why study the structures of biological molecules? The importance of studying the structures of complex carbohydrates

Johari, D.; Hussain, K., 1976:
Why sudden slump in egg production?

Parez, M., 1975:
Why survey heats?

Ebbing, B., 1973:
Why swine tuberculosis is a problem to Iowa packers

Hrtanek, B., 1973:
Why switching to new expression of nutrient content?

Doak, E., 1977:
Why take the pants off your plants

Arbiser, J.L., 2007:
Why targeted therapy hasn't worked in advanced cancer

Lang, S., 1997:
Why tastes change

Van-Alstyne, Iw, 1970:
Why taxonomists get gray or Lets call the whole thing off

Lee, Js, 1993:
Why teach agrimarketing

Horwitz, A., 1983:
Why teach nutrition and to whom?

Guterbock, W.M., 1994:
Why teach production medicine to veterinary students?

Mattox, Ke, 1974:
Why teachers quit

Mora, M., 1978:
Why team production of poultry?

Desaymard, P., 1973:
Why team work in todays agriculture?

Smith, Sm, 1999:
Why telecommunications technology is not just an option to think about for rural economic development

Papageorges, M.; Tilley, L., 2001:
Why telemedicine?

Hay, R.; Schwien, J., 1972:
Why terrace?

Davis, Ej, 1970:
Why test milk?

Anonymous, 1987:
Why test your soil?

Mengel, D.; Janssen, C., 1990:
Why test your water?

Scholaut, W., 1972:
Why testing by breeding stations is needed in animal husbandry

Tucker, Ee, 1991:
Why textile manufacturers need HVI and other quality information

Stroock, Sylvan-Irving, 1947:
Why the American wool textile industry must be protected against unrestricted importation of lower-cost foreign fabrics

Oliver, M., 1981:
Why the British are denied electro immobilisation

Gardner, B., 1976:
Why the CAP is going to change. 1

Gardner, B., 1978:
Why the CAP is no good to the efficient

Peters, Rf, 1985:
Why the CMVCA was formed: What trustees might aim for

Bell, Ea, 1969:
Why the Canaries import more chocolate than Peninsular Spain

Anonymous, 1975:
Why the Center of Studies and Documentation for the Utilization of Sugar?

Trevisi, P., 2006:
Why the European Union has banned auxins

Anonymous, 1987:
Why the Farm Credit System is in trouble

Hutton, Will, 2007:
Why the NHS needs people power

Shabad, Tm, 1975 :
Why the Soviet Union buys grain

Kimbrell, Wd, 1987:
Why the U.S. textile industry needs improved cotton quality

Combes, R.D., 2001:
Why the US Department of Agriculture should be allowed to insist on inclusion of rodents and birds in the Animal Welfare Act

Byrne, Rd, 2001:
Why the US dairy industry has resisted a regulatory change to 400,000

Goldin, C.-Dale; Katz, L., F., 1997:
Why the United States led in education

Dumas, P., 1971:
Why the Vanoise National Park?

Connor, Jm, 1980:
Why the biggest food firms have the edge

Pankey, S.-M.M.rtensen, L., 1992:
Why the brown bean was blue

Poester, C., 1980:
Why the buffalo ?

Kerby, Ta, 1992:
Why the bumper yields in 1991?

Pereira, Cp, 1975:
Why the cacao yield is low in the south of Bahia

Turner, D.; Bateson, P., 1988:
Why the cat?

Anonymous, 1987:
Why the cattle cycle went awry

Amemiya, M.H.rman, J., 1980:
Why the concern about agricultural nonpoint pollution?

O'-Connor, Jp, 1972:
Why the concern for the future of the veterinary profession?

Dick, W.Jr, 1987:
Why the controversy over Universal Product Codes?

Astrand, H., 1973:
Why the cooperative movement?

Scott, Ce, 1994:
Why the cotton textile industry did not develop in the South sooner

Bickers, J., 1978:
Why the demand for farm products looks so good

Ivankovich, A.; Kholopov, A., 1974:
Why the destruction of logging roads?

Gay, Wi, 1983:
Why the dog as a research subject?

Hoskin, R., 1990:
Why the drop in soybean area?

Allen, E.H.rwood, J., 1992:
Why the drop in winter wheat seedlings?

Torrance, Jd, 1983:
Why the drought?

Cramer, Charles, L., 1958:
Why the early-week market?

Bickers, J., 1977:
Why the feeder calf market is poised to go higher

Mayer, Jean, 1977:
Why the feud over high fiber food

Brydon, Je, 1969:
Why the fuss about R & D?

Daniels, J., 1974:
Why the glassmen wont be caught napping again

Cannon, Clarence-Andrew, 1946:
Why the government must encourage the garden program

Begland, B., 1980:
Why the grain sale suspension should not be lifted. Statement prepared for delivery by the Secretary of Agriculture to the National Governors Association, Denver, Colorado, August 4, 1980

Bergland, B., 1980:
Why the grain sale suspension should not be lifted: statement prepared for delivery by the Secretary of Agriculture National Governors Association, Denver, Colorado

Huszar, P.; Young, J., 1984:
Why the great Colorado plowout?

Tokarz, A., 1971:
Why the hydrogen-ion concentration of the soil has real importance for crop yields

Cimanowski, J., 1975:
Why the increase of apple mildew?

Bradfield, P., 1978:
Why the lambed ewe needs extra energy

Posdziech, H., 1981:
Why the large-sized management system (two-section wintering)?

Frost, Dv, 1987:
Why the level of selenium in the food chain appears to be decreasing

Behan, Rw, 1979:
Why the majority is silent: some thoughts to ponder, about public involvement , while waiting for the Sierra Club to arrive

Anonymous, 1945:
Why the meat shortage?

Orev, Y., 1977:
Why the natural pasture in Israel is not fully used

Eisen, R.; Leung, F., 2004:
Why the necessity to amend the basic standard on organic agriculture for the Asian community

Krajnc, I., 1980:
Why the nectar flow of the acacia was so abundant for honeybees last year in the coastal area of Slovenia

Breese, M.; Searle, R., 1977:
Why the newer synthetic pyrethroids show promise

Cooper, Jf, 1979:
Why the next step in vegetable production may be fluid drilling

Mckellar, Qa, 1999:
Why the petri dish isnt always a good prognosticator

Stanbridge, R., 1980:
Why the pig cycle?

Kilman, S., 1991:
Why the price of milk depends on distance from Eau Claire, Wis

Mayer, Lv, 1969:
Why the rapid change in our rural areas?

Benson, Go, 1985:
Why the reduced yields when corn follows corn and possible management responses?

Feuvrier, Jp, 1970:
Why the regional national parks?

Walas, S., 1970:
Why the reserve of building materials has not been properly utilized?

Alekseenkov, V., 1977:
Why the return from drained lands are low (exemplified by the Smolensk Region)

Fink, TJ., 1982:
Why the simple frequency and Janetschek methods are unreliable for determining instars of mayflies: an analysis of the number of nymphal instars of Stenonema modestum (Banks) (Ephemeroptera: Heptageniidae) in Virginia, USA

Rosembach, J., 1982:
Why the skinny cows at present? Livestock, economic and production aspects, Spain.1

Brissemoret, A., 1970:
Why the strain of sweet violet (Viola odorata) has not become an emetocathartic remedy

Reid, M., 1976:
Why the tail tags for cattle?

Barnhardt, Ra, 1987:
Why the textile industry needs improved cotton quality--the textile manufacturers viewpoint

Spalletta, G.; Caltagirone, C., 2006:
Why the use of benzodiazepines a few minutes before the imaging does not affect cerebral blood flow results in single photon emission computed studies

Bush, G.; Valera, E.; Seidman, L., J., 2007:
Why the use of benzodiazepines a few minutes before the imaging does not affect cerebral blood flow results in single photon emission computed studies - Reply

Coffman, B., 1984:
Why the wacky markets?

Mcdonald, D., 1985:
Why the world doesnt want our grain

Pillus, L.S.lomon, F., 1985:
Why the yeast cytoskeleton?

Karamshchuk, Zp, 1980:
Why the yields reduced

Schotsch, L., 1987:
Why there is a future in farming

Givogre, A., 1971:
Why there is so much talk about nutrition

Mowszowicz, J., 1979:
Why there is still no uniform phylogenetic system for Angiospermae?

Kimber, D., 1977:
Why theres been a forage crop revival

Tulloch, D., 1968:
Why thermoduric bacteria are significant in the farm milk supply

White, D.; Arnold, M., 2003:
Why they come, why they go, and why they stay: factors affecting volunteerism in 4-H programs

Lasky, Alfred, 1971:
Why they resign

Rhein, R.B.own, C.H.milton, J.; Marbach, W., 1988:
Why theyre roaring over the mouse that Harvard built

Anonymous, 1940:
Why this barrier?

Supekar, Pg, 1977:
Why this false economy in poultry raising?

Anonymous, 2006:
Why this landscape works

Bousquet, J.; Sabin, J., 1973:
Why this number: French viticulture in mutation

Ziese, Hb, 1976:
Why thunderstorms make bees irritable

Nolte, B.; Skaggs, R.1; Fausey, N., 1982:
Why tiled fields have uneven drainage and drying rates Soil permeability, computer simulation models, Ohio

Madsen, B., 1985:
Why timber behaves differently from wood when subjected to moisture content changes

Lotz, E., 1973:
Why to breed queens?

Anonymous, 1978:
Why to buy a system tractor?

Dev, G.S.khon, G.; Randhawa, N., 1970:
Why to give your soil a test?

Sprengel, A., 1975:
Why to grow catch crop? A feed and protein source from the farm

Migdalska, D., 1978:
Why to make use of marketing

Diedler-Heinersdorf, C., 1975:
Why to pay for ones experience?

Rinderle, L., 1971:
Why to rear dairy cattle?

Anonymous, 1995:
Why tobacco farmers would rather fight than switch

Dykes, Ls, 1972:
Why tolerate a fly plague?

Holmes, Je, 1981:
Why tolerate grass weeds?

Nevins, Dj, 1987:
Why tomato biotechnology? A potential to accelerate the applications

Angelov, A., 1980:
Why tomato combines are not used

Duke, R.P.ice, E., 1993:
Why total quality management isnt just a tool for manufacturing: the case of Metro Augusta, Georgia

Murat, H., 1976:
Why tractors with four motor wheels?

Anonymous, 2000:
Why trade matters for U.S. cotton

Nielsen, J.; Willeberg, P.F.iis-Nielsen, B., 1974:
Why train the licentiate at the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural College

Dzuvic, A.D.ommer, W., 1979:
Why transmission and raster-electronic microscopy is necessary in modern scientific research in addition to light microscopy

Leak, W.-B.R.ddle, J.-R.C.llins, M., 1979:
Why trees grow where they do in New Hampshire forests

Holmes, Fw, 1989:
Why trees sometimes make--or seem to make--no flowers

Mulhern, Td, 1970:
Why trustees should be concerned with national and international mosquito control programs

Mcgrew,. Jr.;, 1973:
Why try to improve on perfection?

Froning, Gw, 1972:
Why turkey meat changes color

Tudge, C., 1975:
Why turn waste into protein?

Diederich, A.; Colonius, H., 2007:
Why two "Distractors" are better than one: modeling the effect of non-target auditory and tactile stimuli on visual saccadic reaction time

Hillison, J.C.mp, W.; Burke, S., 1987:
Why undergraduates chose agricultural education as a major: 1980 vs. 1985

Walden, Ml, 1988:
Why unit prices of supermarket products vary

O'-Beirne, Kw, 1989:
Why universal preschool education would be a mistake

Carter, F., 1976:
Why uproot when you can update

Campbell, Jy, 1989:
Why urban forestry?

Morris, Jg, 1969:
Why urea can kill cattle and sheep

Gallagher, Gr, 1988:
Why use A.I

Gaynor, Js, 2001:
Why use IV fluids?

Hosey, T.P.rcival, B., 1983:
Why use a direct mail firm? Nursery management

Robertson, Sa, 2001:
Why use a local anesthetic when the animal is under general anesthesia?

Merchuk, Jc, 1990:
Why use air-life bioreactors?

Harrison, K.; Skinner, R., 1981:
Why use chemigation

Smith, Ob, 1973:
Why use extrusion

Nielsen, P., 1981:
Why use glass in this day and age?

Strang, G., 1970:
Why use hybrids?

Anonymous, 1974:
Why use maize in feeding poultry?

Van-De-Werken, H., 1984:
Why use obsolete fertilizer practices?

Grodner, Ml, 1992:
Why use pesticides?

Shaw, D.; Molnau, M., 1975:
Why use problem oriented languages

Mccormick, F.; Cox, D., 1980:
Why use realia in instruction?

Steinitz, Ws, 1977:
Why use stabilizers in cultured products, their dressings and fruits?

Anonymous, 1977:
Why use technological aids in the food industries

Allen, M., 1991:
Why use tests?

Sann, C., 1992:
Why using NTEP reports is worth the effort

Richey, Ej, 1990:
Why vaccinate adult beef cows?

Canales, A., 1973:
Why vaccines cost more in the 1970s

Mangaldas, M., 1984:
Why vain Delhi trips?

Simon, U., 1969:
Why varietial seed for forage plants too?

Osborne, B., 1972 :
Why ventilate?

Dakin, Kj, 1997:
Why venture capital wont work

Dick, W.Jr, 1986:
Why venture into the jungle of automation?

Blohm, W.; Christensen, W.; Kennedy, J.; Osen, E.; Ramsey, F., 1975:
Why veterinary medical centers will be needed in the 1980s

Theis, J.H., 2006:
Why veterinary medicine and veterinary medical education needs an accurate census of companion animals by household for the United States

Morgan, J., 1971:
Why vitamins are vital

Hardy, B., 1975:
Why vitamins?

Donahoo, A.;, 1982:
Why vo-ag vocational agriculture must build an understanding of economics Farm management, agribusiness education

Knight, Ja, 1978:
Why vocational agriculture teachers in Ohio leav teaching

Rush, M., 1988:
Why vocational agriculture?

Dorwaldt, A.; Solomon, L.; Worden, J., 1988:
Why volunteers helped to promote a community breast self-exam program

Doede, L., 1991:
Why volunteers? Chicago Botanic Garden case study

Pugh, Albert, R., 1978:
Why voters rejected rural zoning

Jukes, T.; Rodricks, J., 1980:
Why was diethylstilbestrol banned in meat production?

Anonymous, 1988:
Why was haying denied on set-aside land?

Bodman, G.; Stetson, L., 1988:
Why was the building not insurable?

Noble, Ws, 1974:
Why was the calf that colour?

Szalai, I., 1972:
Why was the decomposition of leaf pigments in excised leaves delayed by benzyladenine only in the dark?

Andersen, S., 1974:
Why was the grain yield large in 1974?

Kauffman, Kd, 1993:
Why was the mule used in southern agriculture? Empirical evidence of principal-agent solution

Zacha, V., 1978:
Why was there a high worm infestation of apples last year?

Lang, Kevin, 1987:
Why was there mandatory retirement? or, The impossibility of efficient bonding contracts

Matsuo, E.R.lf, D., 2000:
Why was this symposium Human-Horticulture Relationships: an International Perspective organized?

Campbell, D., 2005:
Why wasnt Farmland reorganized?

Anonymous, 1989:
Why waste a second chance?

Hibbs, C.; Leipold, H.; White, R., 1972:
Why watch for birth defects in calves

Black, Jdf, 1971:
Why water fruit trees?

Klienholz, Ew, 1978:
Why water is so important to animals

Main, R., 1978:
Why we are losing the battle for pesticides

Kessler, Wb, 1991:
Why we are taking a new perspective on national forest management

Walkingstick, T.; Liechty, H., 2007:
Why we burn

Baltaz, Diane, P., 1998:
Why we do it

Horr, B., 2000:
Why we do--late summer management

Horr, B., 2000:
Why we do--late winter checkups

Horr, B., 2000:
Why we do--preparation for wintertime

Horr, B., 2000:
Why we do--spring colony management

Horr, B., 2000:
Why we do--spring stimulative feeding

Horr, B., 2000:
Why we do--swarm prevention

Sweeny, Donna, 1985:
Why we dont agree, and what were going to do about it

Boyd, M., 1977:
Why we dont use nitrogen fertiliser

Sokolov, Raymond, A., 1991:
Why we eat what we eat

Stallcup, Ot, 1971:
Why we feed dairy cattle as we do

Nollman, Jim, 1994:
Why we garden

Barnes, R.T.pper, S., 1983:
Why we have fewer hares Impact of modern agriculture on hare ecology

Swank, Cw, 1977:
Why we hold this Conference

Glover, Ca, 1994:
Why we installed only one stage of saw lint cleaning

Topalides, N., 1978:
Why we lack in progress and why we do not imp

Colburn, We, 1982:
Why we market bedding plants in six inch and eight inch pots

Koeppen, Bh, 1974:
Why we must get to know fruit sugars

Anonymous, 1942:
Why we must prevent inflation

Adams, Dl, 1994:
Why we need a standard method for strength testing, and what it will take to get one

Hollenshead, E., 2006:
Why we need doctrine now

Jansma, Jd, 1992:
Why we need international programs

Hummel, Nw, 1993:
Why we need laboratory standards for testing root zone mixes

Seymour, W., 1977:
Why we need the small woods

Mason, R.P.ce, F., 1990:
Why we need to think big--preserving biodiversity in the Klamath-Siskiyou Bioregion

Jordan, B.; Mooney, C., 2007:
Why we need to truly understand the medical literature

Mcardle, Re, 1970:
Why we needed the multiple use bill

Anonymous, 1987:
Why we oppose vivisection

Ilchev, D., 1975:
Why we overspend in units of fee

Jernigan, M., 1983:
Why we prune

Wegner, Karen, 1977:
Why we repeat mistakes Can we ever stop?

Mcquillan, Ag, 2000:
Why we should not seek to reenchant science

Anonymous, 1945:
Why we should protect the guano birds of Peru

Anonymous, 1981:
Why we should save our old genes

Gauntt, Jc, 2002:
Why we standardize: the role of standards in the success of industry

Pimentel, D., 1989:
Why we use pesticides

Golden, Ja, 1985:
Why were not wild about WILD

Brent, G., 1974:
Why wean earlier?

Jones, A., 1971:
Why wean early?

Anonymous, 1979:
Why weatherize your home?

Djurberg, L., 1980:
Why weeds should be controlled in leys and pastures

Bays, C.-T.H.ge, C., A., 1987:
Why weight to shape up?

Haabestad, L.-M.C.meron, S., B., 1988:
Why weight? teaching kit

Williams, Mw, 1981:
Why were delicious fruit small in 1981, and how can the problem be avoided in the future? Apples

Johnson, Rs, 1998:
Why were fruit small in 1997?

Blank, Rebecca, M., 1991:
Why were poverty rates so high in the 1980s?

Bramlage, Wj, 1994:
Why were there so many storage problems in 1992-1993?

Anonymous, 1982:
Why were there syndicate actions in December?

Botacchi, Ac, 1983:
Why wetting agents with artificial mixes?

Bildstein, Kl, 1983:
Why white-tailed deer flag their tails Deer behavior, Odocoileus virginianus

Monroe, J., 1983:
Why wildlife and fisheries biologists arent treated like doctors Education, USA

Scheffer, B.S.heffer, K., 1975:
Why will the soil become acid?

Scheffer, B.S.heffer, K., 1975:
Why will woil become acid?

Henry, Wr, 1969:
Why winter cutbacks are on way out

Thurow, Lc, 1983:
Why women are paid less than men

Hodge, M., 1987:
Why women lie about their age

Skeabeck, A., 1974:
Why wont some teenagers eat?

Baker, H.K.; Gorman, R.H., 1978:
Why won't they accept help from supervisors?

Anonymous, 1994:
Why wont you behave? Discipline strategies with young children

Myers-Walls, Ja, 1987:
Why wont you behave?--discipline strategies with young children

Anonymous, 1954:
Why wood floors are better and cheaper than solid floors covered with thermoplastic tiles

Heck, T., 1979:
Why wood in Michigan?

Williams, K., 1981:
Why wood is not for burning

Powers, Rc, 1992:
Why work together?

Naiditch, B., 1986:
Why work with children of alcoholics?

Vymetalik, B., 1970:
Why workers are leaving the State forestry enterprises

Billikopf, Ge, 1984:
Why workers leave dairies

Anonymous, 1976:
Why workers strike

Hammons, James, O., 1976:
Why workshops fail

Dennig, Ulrike, 1991:
Why worldwide agreements on financial services?

Anonymous, 1996:
Why worry about gestational diabetes?

Teese, J., 1970:
Why worry about the temperature of milk?

Benn, C.Stabell.; Fisker, A.Baerent.; Jørgensen, M.Jul.; Aaby, P., 2006:
Why worry: vitamin A with DTP vaccine?

Dow, K.; O'Connor, R.E.; Yarnal, B.; Carbone, G.J.; Jocoy, C.L., 2007:
Why worry? Community water system managers perceptions of climate vulnerability

Mathis, M., 1979:
Why would the fundamental notion of time in biology not exist in apiculture?

Gloghini, A.; Carbone, A., 2007:
Why would the incidence of HIV-associated Hodgkin lymphoma increase in the setting of improved immunity?

Holder, Mg, 1977:
Why yeast extracts are important

Schutte, F., 1977:
Why yellows the winter barley?

Sundling, J., 1987:
Why you buy what you buy

Campbell, Ag, 1979:
Why you dont carry more cows--a survey of reasons

Brogdon, R., 2007:
Why you need to create a strategic marketing plan and how to implement it - Part 1

Brogdon, R., 2007:
Why you need to create a strategic marketing plan and how to implement it - Part 2

David, Ajg, 1974:
Why you need to ventilate

Conti, P.; Nolan, T., 1979:
Why you should consider a centralized surgical service

Phillips, K., 1976:
Why you should herd record

Scott, H., 1997:
Why you should join a bee club

Rexrode, Cl, 1976:
Why you should teach reading in vocational agriculture

Larkin, M., 1977:
Why you should use a pre cooler

Simpson, F.Jr, 1973:
Why you the livestock man can brag about being an ecologist

Olson, C.; Bringe, A., 1974:
Why your DHI and plant tests might be different

Bates, Dw, 1979:
Why your barn may be too hot or too cold

Rosenfeld, R.; Kaufmann, J., 1976:
Why your child is hyperactive

Daum, Dr, 1978:
Why your crop sprayer may not do a good job

Weihing, Jl, 1970:
Why your lawn needs special care

Cooper, G., 1977:
Why your tractor may need a sun hat

Odle, J., 1979:
Why your weed spray didnt work

Anonymous, 1948:
Why your women customers prefer cotton

Ritchie, R.; Resler, K., 1993:
Why youth drop out of 4-H

Orr, Jw, 1977:
Whys and hows of vegetation management

Traxler, S., 1990:
Why, Ag in the Classroom

Bouchet, Jp, 1982:
Why, how and when to distribute sodium bicarbonate to dairy cows

Train, Re, 1976:
Why, how pesticides were banned

Romer, Paul-Michael, 1996:
Why, indeed, in America?

Lenglen, M., 1946 :
Why, or, how to use fertilizers

Gendron, Pr, 1969:
Why, what, and how?

Taylor, J.; Beltrame, L., 1980:
Why, when and how to use subsoiling

Weeks, B., 1990:
Why, when, how and what, to teach the nightmare group

Fillerup, Ow, 1978:
Why--The Council of California Growers

Carey, L.-; Foelsch, G., G.; Stokes, D., R., 1954:
Whys and Hows of Modern Packaging

Gabriel, S.; Brake,. Jr.;, 1982:
Whys and hows of credit, finance

Hoover, Rd, 1980:
Whys and wherefores of steam traps for dry kilns

Manning, Pa, 1978:
Whys and wherefores of summer feeding. I

Manning, Pa, 1978:
Whys and wherefores of summer feeding. II

Manning, Peter, A., 1978:
Whys and wherefores of summer feeding: Part 1

Manning, Peter, A., 1978:
Whys and wherefores of summer feeding: part II

Anonymous, 1978:
Wiadomosci Instytutu Meteorologii i Gospodarki Wodnej

Anonymous, 1974:
Wiadomosci meteorologii i gospodarki wodnej

Fojut-Palka, B.; Winnicka, A., 2007:
Wiarygodnosc wynikow badan laboratoryjnych - wprowadzenie do walidacji metod analitycznych w laboratorium diagnostycznym

Stachy, Juliusz, 1951:
Wiaz

Brugman, Til, 1951:
Wiben and the cat

Anonymous, 1981:
Wic

Long, Va, 1993:
Wic

Anonymous, 1989:
Wic can make a differences

Anonymous, 2004:
Wichita Project Equus Beds Division Authorization Act of 2004

Anonymous, 2005:
Wichita Project Equus Beds Division Authorization Act of 2005

Brandes, W.; Karner, M.; Eder, R., 2007:
Wichtige Aromastoffe in Obstdestillaten und deren Einfluss auf die sensorische Bewertung

Plock, Hellmut, 1945:
Wichtige Kapitel aus der Obst-und Gemeuseverwertung, Angeschlessen eine Tabelle euber Zuckerung

Bedlan, G.; Kahrer, A., 2002:
Wichtige Krankheiten und Schadlinge im Gemusebau

Schreier, O.; Wenzl, H., 1956:
Wichtige Schadlinge und Krankheiten der Rube

Friday, Laurie, 1997:
Wicken Fen

Smart, J., 1972:
Wicken Fen Archives

Emmet, Am, 1972:
Wicken Fen, with special reference to its Microlepidoptera

Trimnell, D.F.nta, G., 1992:
Wicking and absorbency in aluminum and silicate modified starch graft copolymer superabsorbents

Wong, K.; Tao, X.; Yuen, C.; Yeung, K., 2001:
Wicking properties of linen treated with low temperature plasma

Stoner, A.B.yan, D., 1970:
Wicks of compressed cellulose sponge to water or feed insects

Espedido, Börn.; Iredell, J.; Thomas, L.; Zelynski, A., 2005:
Wide dissemination of a carbapenemase plasmid among gram-negative bacteria: implications of the variable phenotype

Wongcharoen, W.; Tai, C-Tai.; Lin, Y-Jiang.; Chang, S-Lin.; Chen, S-Ann., 2007 :
Wide QRS complex tachycardia with an unusual mode of tachycardia initiation

Campbell, M.; Buchheim, J.; Brower, L., 1975:
Wide area irrigation scheduling for efficient use of water

Anonymous, 2003:
Wide area mowers

Simmonds, Arthur, 1953:
Wide bandsaws

Arkin, G.; Burnett, E.M.nk, R., 1978:
Wide bed, narrow row sorghum yields in the Blackland Prairie

Reardon, T., 1999:
Wide belt optical inspection of whole citrus for processing

Mujeeb-Kazi, A., 1985:
Wide crosses and new genes for wheat for the tropics

Mujeeb-Kazi, A., 1985:
Wide crosses and new genes for wheats for the tropics

Fedak, G., 1985:
Wide crosses in Hordeum

Williford, M.B.own, R.Z.bel, B., 1977:
Wide crosses in the southern pines

Walsh, John, R., 2001:
Wide crossing

Mesiats, Vk, 1976:
Wide development of land reclamation--the main conditions of creating a stable farm production

Ansaloni, F.; Pyszny, F., 2006:
Wide distribution is the aim for organic milk

Golubev, V.; Churkina, L., 1991:
Wide distribution of killer strains in Rhodotorula mucilaginosa (Jorgensen) Harrison yeasts

Anonymous, 2007:
Wide diversity in the research laboratory

Eberle, I.; Eichenberg, F., 1943:
Wide fields

Kight, Tg, 1972:
Wide genetic base supports beef research

Knauf, V.; Nester, E., 1982:
Wide host range cloning vectors: a cosmid clone bank of an Agrobacterium ti plasmid Agrobacterium tumefaciens, Genetic engineering

O'-Donoughue, L.; Bennett, M., 1988:
Wide hybridization between relatives of bread wheat and maize

Mohamed, A.; Mougheith, M.; Ibrahim, M.; El-Facharani, E., 1979:
Wide hybridization in some fruit species and genera

Tsitsin, Nikolai-Vasil'-Evich, 1962:
Wide hybridization of plants

Vann, J., 1974:
Wide insurance cover for horses and ponies

Tomashets, A., 1969:
Wide operation width of attachments of haymowers

Dalla-Monta-Panizza, L.P.llizzari-Scaltriti, G., 1978:
Wide presence of Phyllobius oblongus L. in a Veneto orchard

Buttenschon, H., 1983:
Wide range of genetic varieties and its contribution to yield assurance and resistance stability in self-fertilizing vegetables for the processing industry

Shellard, Cj, 1977:
Wide ranging credit system helps Brazilian farmers

Burton, J.; Shoulders, E., 1974:
Wide rings, short rotations, and dense wood in loblolly pine plantations

Mikhailov, M., 1977:
Wide road for technical progress

Marr, C.L.mont, W.J.; Schaplowsky, T., 1991:
Wide row covers for early sweetcorn

Zhyhan, V., 1975:
Wide row units for row crops

Rudenko, Np, 1976:
Wide scope in the development of Romanov sheep farming

Foley, Ta, 1969:
Wide scope of Utilisation and Development Division explained

Pchelarov, B., 1977:
Wide scope of socialist emulatio

Aldrich, S., 1978:
Wide slats offer 36 in. of comfort

Ezell, A.; Baker, S.M.nogue, P., 1998:
Wide spacing injection of imazapyr for wildlife stand improvement (WSI) in hardwood stands

Chaikovs'-Kyi, V.I.lyns'-Ka, L., 1975:
Wide span culivating unit for tr

Nastenko, P., 1977:
Wide span units for potato crops

Carlsson, Haldo, 1977:
Wide spreading and row placement of nitrogen fertilizers for potatoes

Andringa, Jt, 1982:
Wide tires, wheeltrack and ploughing

Clark, A., 1982:
Wide tyres could be a better proposition Farm equipment tires

Arii, A.; Yamane, S., 2006:
Wide use of herbicide resistant genetically modified crops and issues associated with the crops

Anonymous, 1949:
Wide variability of N.Dak. farm income

Enoki, Y.; Morimoto, T.; Nakatani, A.; Sakata, S.; Ohga, Y.; Kohzuki, H.; Shimizu, S., 1988:
Wide variation of myoglobin contents in gizzard smooth muscles of various avian species

Davis, M.; Bell, S., 1973 :
Wide variations in costs and returns of grade A milk production

Anonymous, 1955:
Wide variety of fresh milk on the market today

Schroeder, E.; Bowers, W., 1968:
Wide variety of jobs available for graduates in agricultural engineering

Luckmann, H., 1973:
Wide variety of tasks of the wage contractor in forestry

Meade, F.; Pope, P.; Young, J., 1975:
Wide vs. conventional spacing

Bennett, L., 1995:
Wide world of breads in childrens literature

Dresdner, G.W.; Cid-Dresdner, H.; Meza, L.; Cardemil, E., 1974:
Wide-angle x-ray-diffraction studies of the bovine-erythrocyte membrane. Treatment with sodium chloride, deoxycholate, and lipid solvents

Rose, D.; Khasimuddin, S., 1979:
Wide-area monitoring of the African armyworm, Spodoptera exempta (Walker) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)

Badings, H.; Pol, J.-Van-Der; Wassink, J., 1975:
Wide-bore glass capillary columns for gas chromatography. Their preparation and application

Yuan, R.; Ding, G.; Guo, Y.; Liu, D.; Bao, J.J., 2007:
Wide-bore monolithic column for electrochromatography

Siddiq, E.; Singh, S., 2005:
Wide-compatibility system for yield enhancement of tropical rice through inter-subspecific hybridization

Stastny, M., 1974:
Wide-coverage machines for high-performance tractors (review)

Lur*-Section-*e, A.B.L.iiubimov, A.I., 1981:
Wide-cut tilling machinery

Grosser, J.; Gmitter, F.J., 1990:
Wide-hybridization of Citrus via protoplast fusion: progress, strategies, and limitations

Wettstrom, Rb, 1971:
Wide-line NMR for product and process control in fat industries

Basler, W.L.chert, H., 1973:
Wide-line NMR of water in starch gels at 295 K

Bailey, A.; Pittman, R., 1971:
Wide-line NMR spectra of some saturated and unsaturated long chain fatty acids

Kiliakov, Am, 1971:
Wide-range bridge transformer of log dimensions with time-volume interval

Volkov, G.Mo, 1942:
Wide-reaching flax pulling machines.1

Barill, A.V.M.schereiiskov, V.A., 1963:
Wide-reaching reaping machines

Aiupov, K.; Mironova, A., 1980:
Wide-row cultivation of cotton and its advantages

Fonina, O.E.anov, I., 1971 :
Wide-row potato planting in Uzbekistan

Gukasov, Ai, 1973:
Wide-row single trunk culture of grapes

Durksen, D., 1970:
Wide-row sunflower production

Shaituro, Lf, 1975:
Wide-row, high-boled formations, an important reserve for increasing the efficiency of grape culture

Kurilovich, Kk, 1984:
Wide-span drill for grass sowing

Zhilitskii, I.; Gerasimov, N., 1976:
Wide-span heavy fruit orchard disk harrow

Metel'-Skii, Zi, 1983:
Wide-span quickly assembling irrigation sets

Fedan, V., 1979:
Wide-span units for maize cultiv

Kochev, V.H.ydniev, I., 1980:
Wide-span units for sunflower cu

Sidorenko, S.V., 2007:
Wide-spectrum beta-lactamases and the role of modern beta-lactam antibiotics in therapy of severe nosocomial infections

Galili, N.S.teingauz, G., 1982:
Wide-swarth vertical spreader for granular material Fertilizers, mathematical models

Zveriaka, Es, 1981:
Wide-working sowing aggregate

Schairer, K.S.; Ellison, J.C.; Fitzpatrick, D.; Keefe, D.H., 2007:
Wideband ipsilateral measurements of middle-ear muscle reflex thresholds in children and adults

Kushibuchi, K.I.ehashi, H.N.kane, A.I.o, R., 1973:
Widely adapted new rice variety

Hooker, Al, 1969:
Widely based resistance to rust in corn

Roiha, H.; Read, C.A.; Browne, M.J.; Glover, D.M., 1983:
Widely differing degrees of sequence conservation of the two types of rDNA insertion within the melanogaster species sub-group of Drosophila

Asthana, S.; Noble, W.S.; Kryukov, G.; Grant, C.E.; Sunyaev, S.; Stamatoyannopoulos, J.A., 2007:
Widely distributed noncoding purifying selection in the human genome

Reiss, D.; Zhang, Y.; Mager, D.L., 2007:
Widely variable endogenous retroviral methylation levels in human placenta

Zonshteaein, L.Eiia, 1962:
Widen legume field crops

Smirnow, L., 1980:
Widen your peony world with tree peonies

Javier, Eq, 1997:
Widening circles of research collaboration for greater food security

Malik, C.P., 1985:
Widening horizons of plant sciences

Icks, A.; Moebus, S.; Feuersenger, A.; Haastert, B.; Jöckel, K-Heinz.; Mielck, A.; Giani, G., 2007:
Widening of a social gradient in obesity risk? German national health surveys 1990 and 1998

Korunov, M.; Udilov, V., 1978:
Widening of logging road curves and safety of truck moving

Kropfitsch, A.L.tzka, J., 1975:
Widening of pavement in curves at secondary roads

Anonymous, 1980:
Widening of the Economic Community. Agrarpolitical problems of widening of the Economic Community

Anonymous, 1976:
Widening our world

Jehmlich, H., 1978:
Widening the assortment of cut green by introducing ferns

Dzharfarov, F.A.basov, Z., 1971:
Widening the assortment of vegetables under cultivation

Mazzeu, J., F.; Krepischi-Santos, A.-Cristina; Rosenberg, C.; Lourenco, C., M.; Lezirovitz, K.; Szuhai, K.; Martelli, L., R.; Vianna-Morgante, A., M., 2007:
Widening the clinical spectrum of Pitt-Rogers-Danks/Wolf-Hirschhorn syndromes

Henderson, Zp, 1993:
Widening the doors to opportunity

Mitev, S., 1984:
Widening the genetic basis of maize by using intraspecific hybridization

Mcelhanney, Thomas-Andrew, 1948:
Widening uses for wood waste

Munzert, M., 1978:
Widening various row distances in Bavarian potato culture

Anonymous, 1996:
Wider application and diffusion of bioremediation technologies

Greathead, Mm, 1982:
Wider aspects of veterinary public health Meat hygiene, milk hygiene, zoonoses, South Africa

Ostarhild, H., 1975:
Wider bids for technique in grape culture

Niemitz, C.; Kreutz, K.; Walter, H., 2006:
Wider den Rassenbegriff in Anwendung auf den Menschen

Marciano, T.-D.S.ssman, M., B., 1991:
Wider families

Currier, W., 1983:
Wider implications seen in citrus canker case

Lysenko, Vs, 1976:
Wider inculcation of the new technology and scientific achievements into Karakul sheep farming

Anonymous, 1979:
Wider inputs urged in new range plans

Baev, Kd, 1977:
Wider instilling of artificial insemination of swine

Ostapov, V.; Mazka, L., 1983:
Wider introduction of industrial technology on irrigated lands

Kharizanov, A., 1975:
Wider introduction of integrated

Teichman, St, 1986:
Wider is not always better: choosing the right stock size for the right equine occupation

Jamblinne-De-Meux, A.De, 1973:
Wider opening of the public and private forest to the public: Conditions and possibilities of realization

Jarvis, Rh, 1970:
Wider rows for potatoes

Bergmann, J.; Jeserigk, P., 1977:
Wider spacings of plants for pinus and their consequences for tending

Seltzer, R., 1989:
Wider tests of engineered biopesticide sought

Maluquer-Sostres, J., 1972:
Wider textile trade offered Spain by EEC membership

Koch, B., 1982:
Wider track W 50 truck for use of the Kertitox-Global plant protection machine

Erno, H., 1978:
Wider training postgraduate education

Anonymous, 1945:
Wider use of N.Q. timbers during war years

Shami, A., 1969:
Wider use of chemicals, expanding research prosper of crop

Levantin, D.; Smirnov, D.; Rubtsova, L., 1972:
Wider use of meat breeds of cattle in industrial crossbreeding

G'-Orev, M., 1979:
Wider use of small-sized technic

Meli, T., 1975:
Wider variety and decline in the interest of Golden Delicious apples for ready-to-plant trees in the Netherlands

Sotnikova, T.; Liakhovetskii, A., 1979:
Widespan units

Dunning Hotopp, J.C.; Clark, M.E.; Oliveira, D.C.S.G.; Foster, J.M.; Fischer, P.; Muñoz Torres, Mónica.C.; Giebel, J.D.; Kumar, N.; Ishmael, N.; Wang, S.; Ingram, J.; Nene, R.V.; Shepard, J.; Tomkins, J.; Richards, S.; Spiro, D.J.; Ghedin, E.; Slatko, B.E.; Tettelin, Hé.; Werren, J.H., 2007:
Widespread lateral gene transfer from intracellular bacteria to multicellular eukaryotes

Taylor, J.P.; Maclellan, D.L.; van Til, L.; Sweet, L., 2007:
Widespread micronutrient inadequacies among adults in prince edward island

Gimelbrant, A.; Hutchinson, J.N.; Thompson, B.R.; Chess, A., 2007:
Widespread monoallelic expression on human autosomes

Adámkovics, Máté.; Wong, M.H.; Laver, C.; de Pater, I., 2007:
Widespread morning drizzle on Titan

Kingsley, E.P.; Chan, X.Yi.; Duan, Y.; Lambert, J.David., 2007:
Widespread RNA segregation in a spiralian embryo

Bäurle, I.; Smith, L.; Baulcombe, D.C.; Dean, C., 2007:
Widespread role for the flowering-time regulators FCA and FPA in RNA-mediated chromatin silencing

Anonymous, 1988:
Widespread adoption of precondition could increase farm income $500 million

Kusalik, A.; Bickis, Mķelis.; Lewis, C.; Li, Y.; Lucchese, G.; Marincola, F.M.; Kanduc, D., 2007:
Widespread and ample peptide overlapping between HCV and Homo sapiens proteomes

Harvey, Hh, 1980:
Widespread and diverse changes in the biota of North America lakes and rivers coincident with acidification

Degtiarev, Va, 1973:
Widespread application of high-speed technology (5-9 kilometers per hour) on collective farms and state farms and related organization of labor

Upson, R.; Read, D.J.; Newsham, K.K., 2007:
Widespread association between the ericoid mycorrhizal fungus Rhizoscyphus ericae and a leafy liverwort in the maritime and sub-Antarctic

Macedo, A.J.; Timmis, K.N.; Abraham, W-Rainer., 2007:
Widespread capacity to metabolize polychlorinated biphenyls by diverse microbial communities in soils with no significant exposure to PCB contamination

Klee, J.; Besana, A.M.; Genersch, E.; Gisder, S.; Nanetti, A.; Tam, D.Quyet.; Chinh, T.Xuan.; Puerta, F.; Ruz, Jé.Maria.; Kryger, P.; Message, D.; Hatjina, F.; Korpela, S.; Fries, I.; Paxton, R.J., 2007:
Widespread dispersal of the microsporidian Nosema ceranae, an emergent pathogen of the western honey bee, Apis mellifera

Zuccato, C.; Belyaev, N.; Conforti, P.; Ooi, L.; Tartari, M.; Papadimou, E.; MacDonald, M.; Fossale, E.; Zeitlin, S.; Buckley, N.; Cattaneo, E., 2007:
Widespread disruption of repressor element-1 silencing transcription factor/neuron-restrictive silencer factor occupancy at its target genes in Huntington's disease

Brochier-Armanet, Céline.; Forterre, P., 2007:
Widespread distribution of archaeal reverse gyrase in thermophilic bacteria suggests a complex history of vertical inheritance and lateral gene transfers

Prager, E.M.; Wilson, A.C.; Arnheim, N., 1974:
Widespread distribution of lysozyme g in egg white of birds

Kocha, T., 1975:
Widespread distribution of melo

Boyce, J.M.; Havill, N.L.; Otter, J.A.; Adams, N.M.T., 2007:
Widespread environmental contamination associated with patients with diarrhea and methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus colonization of the gastrointestinal tract

Muttoni, G.; Kent, D., V., 2007:
Widespread formation of cherts during the early Eocene climate optimum

Hama, T.O.ima, K.S.unnichi, S., 1973:
Widespread infestation by nemat

Roy, S.William.; Penny, D., 2007:
Widespread intron loss suggests retrotransposon activity in ancient apicomplexans

Terkla, D.; Doeringer, P.; Moss, P., 1988:
Widespread labor stickiness in the New England offshore fishing industry: implications for adjustment and regulation

Esplin, D.G.en; Campbell, R., 1995:
Widespread metastasis of a fibrosarcoma associated with a vaccination site in a cat

Rao, B.; Anderson, T.A.; Orris, G.J.; Rainwater, K.A.; Rajagopalan, S.; Sandvig, R.M.; Scanlon, B.R.; Stonestrom, D.A.; Walvoord, M.A.; Jackson, W.Andrew., 2007:
Widespread natural perchlorate in unsaturated zones of the southwest United States

Zielke, R.N.umann, K., 1979:
Widespread occurence of subperidermal tuber soft rot in seed and ware potatoes in storage in the autumn of 1978

Wynn, J.; Hamid, A.; Midgley, M.R.ttledge, C., 1998:
Widespread occurrence of ATP:citrate lyase and carnitine acetyltransferase in filamentous fungi

Yu, Y-song.; Zhou, H.; Yang, Q.; Chen, Y-gang.; Li, L-juan., 2007:
Widespread occurrence of aminoglycoside resistance due to ArmA methylase in imipenem-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii isolates in China

Chongo, G.B.chwaldt, L.G.ssen, B., 2003:
Widespread occurrence of ascochyta blight on chickpea in Saskatchewan in 2000

Miura, G.; Broomfield, C.1; Lawson, M.1; Worthley, E., 1982:
Widespread occurrence of cholinesterase activity in plant leaves Phaseolus vulgaris, kidney beans, Phaseolus aureus, mung beans, Glycine max, soybeans, Pisum sativum, peas

Babinszki, E.; Marton, E.; Marton, P.; Kiss, L.-Ferenc, 2007:
Widespread occurrence of greigite in the sediments of Lake Pannon: Implications for environment and magnetostratigraphy

Owen, M.; Walsh, M.; Llewellyn, R.; Powles, S., 2007:
Widespread occurrence of multiple herbicide resistance in Western Australian annual ryegrass (Lolium rigidum) populations

Musial, C.J.; Uthe, J.F., 1983:
Widespread occurrence of the pesticide toxaphene in Canadian east coast marine fish

Billinghurst, M.L.; Limsowtin, G.K.Y.; Powell, I.B., 1998:
Widespread phages in the Australian dairy industry

Yah, S.C.; Eghafona, N.O.; Oranusi, S.; Abouo, A.M., 2007:
Widespread plasmid resistance genes among Proteus species in diabetic wounds of patients in the Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital (ABUTH) Zaria

Resch, A.M.; Carmel, L.; Mariño-Ramírez, L.; Ogurtsov, A.Y.; Shabalina, S.A.; Rogozin, I.B.; Koonin, E.V., 2007:
Widespread positive selection in synonymous sites of mammalian genes

Negri, A., P.; Bolch, C., J.S.; Geier, S.; Green, D., H.; Park, T.-Gyu; Blackburn, S., I., 2007:
Widespread presence of hydrophobic paralytic shellfish toxins in Gymnodinium catenatum

Fothergill, J.L.; Panagea, S.; Hart, C.A.; Walshaw, M.J.; Pitt, T.L.; Winstanley, C., 2007:
Widespread pyocyanin over-production among isolates of a cystic fibrosis epidemic strain

Kolomiets, N.; Bogdanova, D.; Sukacheva, V., 1976:
Widespread reproduction of the bast beetle

Brown, R.; Kokelaar, B.; Branney, M., 2007:
Widespread transport of pyroclastic density currents from a large silicic tuff ring: the Glaramara tuff, Scafell caldera, English Lake District, UK

Kutubidze, Vv, 1974:
Widespread use in production of selected tea varieties

Postnikov, A., 1976:
Widespread use of chemicals in agriculture and the balance of nutrients in the soil

Beilharz, T.H.; Preiss, T., 2007 :
Widespread use of poly(A) tail length control to accentuate expression of the yeast transcriptome

Chen, L.; Firozi, P.; Barton, M.; Templeton, N.-Smyth, 2007:
Widespread, exceptionally high levels of histone H3 lysine 4 trimethylation largely mediate privileged gene expression

Mabumba, E.D.; Mugyenyi, P.; Batwala, V.; Mulogo, E.M.; Mirembe, J.; Khan, F.A.; Liljestrand, J., 2007:
Widow inheritance and HIV/AIDS in rural Uganda

Hubbard, Doris-Winter, 2000:
Widow-makers & rhododendrons

Silverman, P.; Cooperband, A., 1984:
Widow-to-widow--the elderly widow and mutual help

Burgess, Jk, 1995:
Widowers as single fathers

Kohen, Ja, 1980:
Widowhood and well being

Rawlins, Jm, 1989:
Widowhood in Jamaica: a neglected aspect of the family life-cycle

Lesnoff-Caravaglia, G., 1984:
Widowhood--the last stage in wifedom

Amato, P.; Partridge, S., 1987:
Widows and divorcees with dependent children: material, personal, family, and social well-being

Schwartz, S., 1983:
Widows and warriors: the effect of social status on livestock management

Reeder, Linda, 2003:
Widows in white

Taylor, Se, 1994:
Width affects strength of glued-laminated timbers

Revuka, V., 1969:
Width between rows and machines

Porskamp, Haj, 1981:
Width distribution and drop size of nozzles

Hladky, V., 1975:
Width growth of the breast and its pedigree and sexual determination in White Purebred pigs, pigs of the Landrace breed and crossbreds of the F1 and R1 generations at an age from birth to 8 months. xI

Thorsted, M.; Olesen, J.; Weiner, J., 2006:
Width of clover strips and wheat rows influence grain yield in winter wheat

Chepil, W.S., 1957:
Width of field strips to control wind erosion

Kazankin, Ap, 1976:
Width of forest shelterbelts along mountain streams

Molen, Wh-Van-Der, 1981:
Width of hydrological buffer zones around peatland reserves

Bekhatskii, I.; Shamrai, A.1; Kaminskii, A., 1980:
Width of interrow space and the yields of seed of meadow-pasture grasses Festuca pratensis, Dactylis glomerata, Bromus inermis.1

Seredin, V.; Parpan, V., 1981 :
Width of noise-protection shelte

Naryshkin, Ma, 1976:
Width of the restricted belts along rivers and forestry in water conservation areas and in protected forests

Dobre, A., 1980:
Width of the thinned zone in laying out the forest road

Meuckenberger, R.; Richter, H., 1963:
Wie arbeiten die LPG gute Betriebs-, Stallund Pflegeordnungen aus?

Hauer, Ekkehard, 1950:
Wie arbeitet man einen Deungungsplan aus?

Anonymous, 1955:
Wie der Baum - so die Frucht

Anonymous, 1960:
Wie deunge ich meine Wiesen und Weiden?

Viereockl, Josef, 1948:
Wie deunge ich richtig?

Anonymous, 1954:
Wie die Dorfjugend in der Tschechoslowakei lebt

Keller, H., D.-Med; Muller, W., 1941:
Wie ernahren wir uns billig und gesund?

Tadler, Johann, 1949:
Wie es zu Millionen Kleingeartnern und Kleinsiedlern kam und was sie heute bewegt

Guggenbeuhl, Helen, 1948 :
Wie feuhre ich meinen Haushalt

Krumbiegel, Ingo, 1949:
Wie feuttere ich gefangene Tiere?

Vierocki, Josef, 1950:
Wie futtere ich richtig?

Woessner, Dietrich, 1946:
Wie ich meine Blumen pflege

Scheussler, Wagenhaus-Wippold, 1961:
Wie kann die Leitungsteatigkeit im Kreis auf dem Gebiet der Landwirtschaft verbessert werden?

Rudorf, Wilhelm, 1946:
Wie kann die Pflanzenzeuchtung helfen?

Anonymous, 1951:
Wie lebt der Stalin-Kolchos?

Schneider, Camillo-Karl, 1948:
Wie lege ich meinen Selbstversorger-Garten nutzbringend an? n? Vorschleage feur die Gestaltung und Bepflanzung

Riggenbach, Emanuel, 1950:
Wie mach ichs?

Schmidt, Wolfgang, 2007:
Wie rasch kehrt die Vielfalt in artenarme Wiesenfuchsschwanz-Wiesen zuruck? - Ergebnisse aus Dauerflachenuntersuchungen zur Extensivierung des Grunlandes

Bourquin, A.; Amsler, F., 1943:
Wie soll Fichtenrinde feur Gerbereizwecke gewonnen werden?

Deissmann, Walter, 1950:
Wie soll ich seaen und deungen?

Penker, M.; Pfusterschmid, S., 2003:
Wie steuerbar ist die Landwirtschaft?

Anonymous, 1957:
Wie und warum

Haettenschwiler, Peter, 2007:
Wie unterschiedlich kann die Grosse der erwachsenen Tiere innerhalb einer Art sein? Beispiele von Sacktragern (Lepidoptera Psychidae

Collignon, Paul, 1953:
Wie untersuche ich ein verendetes Huhn?

Henkel, Heinrich, 1949:
Wie verwerte ich mein Gemeuse?

Zorn, H.C., 1950:
Wie verwerte ich meine uberschussigen Kartoffeln in der Schweinemast am besten?

Mueller, J.; Bubler, H.; Utschick, H., 2007:
Wie viel totholz braucht der wald? Ein wissenschaftsbasiertes konzept gegen den artenschwund der totholzzonosen

Drews, Horst, 1953:
Wie weit kommen die Oribatiden als Zwischenwirte der Anoplocephaliden in Frage?

Anonymous, 1954:
Wie weiter?

Mack, G.; Mann, S., 2007:
Wie wirken die allgemeinen Direktzahlungen in der Schweizer Landwirtschaft?

Camp, Mathias, 1959:
Wie wirken sich hohe Stickstoffgaben auf verschiedenen Grasnarben und in verschiedenen Lagen auf Ertrag, Eiweissgehalt und Mineralstoffgehalt des Futters aus

Garbacik, Eugeniusz, 1946:
Wieas duanska dawniej i dzias

Anonymous, 1954:
Wieas w liczbach w Polsce burazuazyjno-obszarniczej i w Polsce ludowej

Joost, W., 1984:
Wiedemannia (Philolutra) mauersbergeri sp. n. from Mongolia (Diptera, Empididae)

Anonymous, 1946:
Wieder auf eigener Scholle

Gassner, Lilo, 1955:
Wieder beginnt das leben

Bracknies, V.-Sabine; Fischer, A.-Rose; Albrecht, E., 2007:
Wiederauftreten von Campylobacter fetus venerealis-Infektionen in boden-wurttembergischen Rinderbestanden

Junghans, Thomas, 2007:
Wiederfund von Ornithogalum brevistylum WOLFNER in Mannheim (Baden-Wuttemberg)

Villarreal, Magdalena, 1994:
Wielding and yielding

Stanis+or-Awski, J.; Jassem, W., 1980:
Wielki s+or-ownik polsko-angielski

Zimmermann-Gorska, Irena, 2007 :
Wielkopolskie korzenie polskiej reumatologii

Prusinkiewicz, Zbigniew, 1988:
Wielojnezyczny s+or-ownik terminaow z zakresu praochnic leasnych

Paduch-Cichal, Elczbieta, 2000:
Wielostronna charakterystyka izolataow wirusa nekrotycznej pierascieniowej plamistoasci wiasni i wirusa kar+or-owatoasci asliwy

Brillmayer, F.; Cornides, H., 1948:
Wiener Soja - Keuche

Bialobok, Stefan, 1990:
Wierzby

Muller, E.P.lzmann, H., 1974:
Wies Experimental Institute for Special Crops: experimental results for 1974

Stockey, F., 1979:
Wiesbaden: regional training in horticulture

Klapp, Ernst, 1954:
Wiesen und Weiden

Wilhelm, Markus, 1997:
Wiesen und Weiden in der Stadt Zurich, Untersuchungen zur Erhaltung und Forderung der Pflanzenvielfalt

Rauschert, Stephan, 1961:
Wiesen- und Weidepflanzen

Rytz-Miller, Walter, 1952:
Wiesenblumen

Strache, Herta, 1948 :
Wiesenblumenbuch

Amstutz, Walter, 1954:
Wiesenblumenfibel

Kallbrunner, Hermann, 1940:
Wiesenwirtschaft

Hacker, E., 1978:
Wiesmoor yesterday and today: Is change negative only?

Linn, J.; Wilkening, E.; Husaini, B., 1986:
Wifes agricultural work and decision involvement as related to marital satisfaction in Wisconsin farm families

Foster, A.; Abdel-Ghany, M.F.rguson, C., 1981:
Wifes employment -- its influence on major family expenditures

Foster, Ac, 1988:
Wifes employment and family expenditures

Smith, Cw, 1988:
Wifes off-farm employment affects marital relationships

Jeries, N.O.tmeyer, A., 1981:
Wifes role in the decision to make loan arrangements for her family

Rallings, E.; Nye, F., 1979:
Wife-mother employment, family, and society

Cornejo, Xavier, 2007:
Wigandia brevistyla: una nueva Hydrophyllaceae de la Republica Dominicana

Harradine, John, 1988 :
Wigeon--current trends and future needs

Theunissen, J., 1975:
Wigginsia horstii

Theunissen, J., 1975:
Wigginsia macrogona

Dean, F.; Khan, H.M.nhaj, N.P.akash, S.Z.man, A., 1980:
Wightianone-palmitic acid, a clathrate from Calophyllum wightianum

Anonymous, 1996:
Wijen

Anonymous, 2007:
Wijziging verordening identificatie en regristratie van paardachtigen

Frankowski, K., 1961:
Wiklina

Winai-Wirawatthananon, 1990:
Wikrit singwetlom

Degener, O.D.gener, I., 1972:
Wikstroemia pulcherrima var. petersonii Deg. & Deg., from Hawaii

Lucht-Kotowicz, F., 1952:
Wilamowa Wolnosc Cooperative, a leader in cattle breeding

Anonymous, 1979:
Wilbert A. Russell

Muzzall, P., M.; Huffman, D., G., 2007:
Wilbur L. Bullock - 1922-2007 - In memoriam

Mcbride, J.N.chols, B.N.elsen, F.S.ence, J.T.rnland, J., 1993:
Wilbur O. Atwater: Father of American nutrition science

Chippendale, Gm, 2004:
Wilbur R. Enns

DeMaria, A.N., 2006:
Wilbur is back

Reineke, Hd, 1982:
Wilcoxia poselgeri (Lemaire)

Kooij, S.Jr, 1979:
Wilcoxia tamaulipensis Werd

Meyran, J., 1970:
Wilcoxia zopilotensis

Bogdan, Nv, 1981:
Wilcoxia: abnormal flowering Ornamental.1

Zhuravlev, Om, 1981:
Wilcoxia: characteristics, cultivation Ornamental.1

Anonymous, 1995:
Wild & scenic rivers suitability report and draft legislative environmental impact statement for White Sand Creek and a two-mile segment of the upper Lochsa River

Anonymous, 1995:
Wild & scenic rivers suitability report and draft legislative environmental impact statement for fifteen rivers in the upper Selway River drainage

Anonymous, 1994:
Wild & scenic rivers suitability report and draft legislative environmental impact statement for three rivers in the Clearwater River drainage

O'Connell-Rodwell, C.E.; Wood, J.D.; Kinzley, C.; Rodwell, T.C.; Poole, J.H.; Puria, S., 2007:
Wild African elephants (Loxodonta africana) discriminate between familiar and unfamiliar conspecific seismic alarm calls

Keusgen, M.; Fritsch, R.M.; Hisoriev, H.; Kurbonova, P.A.; Khassanov, F.O., 2006:
Wild Allium species (Alliaceae) used in folk medicine of Tajikistan and Uzbekistan

Peterson, R.-Tory; Fisher, J., 1955:
Wild America

Gibbons, J., 1983:
Wild Animal Park horticulture development California

Anasiewicz, A.W.rakomska, Z., 1974:
Wild Apoidea as pollinators of red clover

Semple, J.; Brammall, R., 1982:
Wild Aster lanceolatus X lateriflorus hybrids in Ontario and comments on the origin of Aster ontarionis (Compositae-Astereae)

Montani, Rg, 1969:
Wild Ballota nigra L. in the city of Buenos Aires

Anonymous, 1995:
Wild Bird Conservation Act

Raiche, R., 1991:
Wild Californians: selections from the U.C. Botanical Garden

Morand-Ferron, J.; Giraldeau, L.-Alain; Lefebvre, L., 2007:
Wild Carib grackles play a producer-scrounger game

Redzic, Sj, 2006:
Wild Edible Plants and Their Traditional Use in the Human Nutrition in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Zhang, X.; Zhu, C.; Lin, H.; Yang, Q.; Ou, Q.; Li, Y.; Chen, Z.; Racey, P.; Zhang, S.; Wang, H., 2007:
Wild fulvous fruit bats (Rousettus leschenaulti) exhibit human-like menstrual cycle

Edlund, L., 1976:
Wild Gim

Trinklein, D., 2007:
Wild Greens: Natures Spring Tonic

Anonymous, 1987:
Wild Horse & Burro Adoption Center, Lewisberry, Pennsylvania

Anonymous, 1983:
Wild Horse Protection Act of September 8, 1959

Anonymous, 1983:
Wild Horses and Burros Protection Act December 15, 1971

Lebeda, A., 1985:
Wild Lactuca sp. as sources of stable resistance to Bremia lactucae--reality or supposition

Lindhout, P.B.ek, H.-Van-Der; Pet, G., 1994:
Wild Lycopersicon species as sources for resistance to powdery mildew (Oidium lycopersicum): mapping of the resistance gene Ol-1 on chromosome 6 of L. hirsutum

Bugaenko, L.; Reznikova, S., 1984:
Wild Mentha species as initial material for breeding

Vasil'-Chenko, I.; Vasil'-Eva, L., 1973:
Wild Morus in central Asia

Moore, R.; Slovic, S., 2005:
Wild Nevada

Anonymous, 1989:
Wild Oak Trail

Smith, A.-E.H.iao, A., I.H.iung, 1983:
Wild Oat Symposium

Anonymous, 1997:
Wild Ones handbook

Nabhan, Gary-Paul, 1990:
Wild Phaseolus ecogeography in the Sierra Madre Occidental, Mexico

Anonymous, 1980:
Wild RAM

Anonymous, 1988:
Wild Rivers Recreation Area management plan

Anonymous, 2000:
Wild Rogue - south watershed analysis, REO Fifth Field Watershed #1710031004, Rogue River

Semina, S.; Timoshenko, N.1; Klimenko, Z.1; Klimenko, V., 1980:
Wild Rosa species used in the breeding for resistance to powdery mildew Sphaerotheca pannosa, Nikitskii botanical garden.1

Anonymous, 2002:
Wild Sky Wilderness Act of 2002

Anonymous, 2003:
Wild Sky Wilderness Act of 2003

Anonymous, 2005:
Wild Sky Wilderness Act of 2005

Anonymous, 2003:
Wild Sky Wilderness Act, land in Douglas County, OR, camps on the Salmon River, Cibola National Wildlife Refuge, and Alaska Native Village Corporation land exchange

Chagas, C.; Grill, M.N.ronha, A.; Vicente, M., 1978:
Wild Solanaceae as experimental hosts of viruses. I. Solanum ciliatum Lam., Solanum palinacanthum Dun. and Solanum viarum Dun

Morris, R.; Hayden, P., 1995:
Wild Souths living treasures of New Zealand

Richardson, F.; Hamre, R.H., 1990:
Wild Trout IV

Agamirov, U.; Ibadov, O., 1972:
Wild Tulipa species of Azerbaijan

Smith, Ja, 1971:
Wild Zambian bulbs for the garden

Smith, Ja, 1971:
Wild Zambian climbers for the garden

Smith, Ja, 1971:
Wild Zambian flowering trees for the garden

Smith, Ja, 1971:
Wild Zambian shrubs for the garden

Tabor, Roger, K., 2002:
Wild about herbs

Anonymous, 2003:
Wild about school lunch

Warren, Kathy-Darrow, 1998:
Wild about wildflowers

Khasanov, O., 1962:
Wild alfalfas of the Chirchik Angrensky Basin Region

Grasselly, Charles, 1980:
Wild almond - tree speices

Anonymous, 1983:
Wild and Scenic Rivers Act October 2, 1968

Gorbunov, A.B.S.lamatov, M.N.D.eprovskii, I.-Mikhailovich, 1980:
Wild and cultivated fruit and berry plants in Siberia

Maynard, Mg, 1985:
Wild and cultivated greens for your meals

Burkart, Arturo-Erhardo, 1952:
Wild and cultivated legumes of Argentina

Elias, Brother, 1946:
Wild and cultivated oil plants in Venezuela

Dumont, R., 1982:
Wild and cultivated yams in Benin and Upper Volta Dioscorea, variability, evolution.1

Frick, H., 1965:
Wild and domestic animals in

Hofmann, R.-R.S.hwartz, H.J., 1995:
Wild and domestic ruminants in extensive land use systems :

Butterworth, Mh, 1987:
Wild and domestic ungulates

Kaye, Geraldine, C., 1984:
Wild and exotic mushroom cultivation in North America

O-Ceirin, C.; O-Ceirin, K., 1978:
Wild and free

Anonymous, 1980:
Wild and free-roaming horses and burros

Nassar, Nagib, M.A., 2007:
Wild and indigenous cassava, Manihot esculenta Crantz diversity: An untapped genetic resource

Edwards, Gordon, 1975:
Wild and old garden roses

Anonymous, 1992:
Wild and scenic river analysis, Bergan fire salvage timber sale, and other fire recovery projects, Ochoco National Forest

Walsh, R.-G.S.nders, L.-D.L.omis, J., B., 1985:
Wild and scenic river economics

Anonymous, 1994:
Wild and scenic river study report and draft environmental impact statement for the North Fork, South Fork and Mills Rivers, Pisgah National Forest, North Carolina

Anonymous, 1988:
Wild and scenic river study report and draft environmental impact statement on the Little Bighorn River

Anonymous, 1997:
Wild and scenic river study report and draft legislative environmental impact statement

Anonymous, 1995:
Wild and scenic river study report and environmental impact statement on twelve rivers in the Monongahela National Forest

Anonymous, 2004:
Wild and scenic river study report and final environmental impact statement

Anonymous, 1994:
Wild and scenic river study report and final environmental impact statement on the Nolichucky River

Anonymous, 1997:
Wild and scenic river study report and final legislative environmental impact statement for eight rivers administered by the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest

Robinson, Wm, 1979:
Wild and scenic rivers: the Cache La Poudre proposal

Birch, N.S.uthgate, B.; Fellows, L., 1985:
Wild and semi-cultivated legumes as potential sources of resistance to bruchid beetles for crop breeder: A study of Vigna

Obispo-Gonzalez, Q., 1978:
Wild and semidomestic native cotton species of Mexico

Peeters, A.; Vanbellinghen, C.; Frame, J., 2004:
Wild and sown grasses

Conan, K., 1992:
Wild and wanton wontons

Fleck, I.; Stevens, M., 1988:
Wild and wonderful flowers for your home

Anonymous, 1983:
Wild animal

Johnson, V.; Evans, M., 1991:
Wild animal care and rehabilitation manual

Crouch, Gl, 1976:
Wild animal damage to forests in the United States and Canada

Moore, Alan-William, 1981:
Wild animal damage to seed and seedlings of cut-over Douglas fir lands of Oregon and Washington

Nicholas, B.Melville, 1946:
Wild animal friends

Bell, Jc, 1981:
Wild animal health problems resulting from agricultural wastes Salmonella, mycobacteria, Leptospira

Sobanskiaei, G.G.M.ksimov, A.-Aleksandrovich; Biologicheskiaei-Institut, 1988:
Wild animal industry in Gorno-Altaisk

Sailer, Wolfgang, 1977:
Wild animal injuries on cultivated land

Saxeguard, F.A.dersen, O.J.ntzen, E., 1983:
Wild animal mycobacterial isolates

Briedermann, Lutz, 1983:
Wild animal population

Briedermann, Lutz, 1982:
Wild animal population; the great unknown

Bock, W., 1979:
Wild animal raising in preserves

Morel, Pc, 1978:
Wild animal ticks in Upper Volta

Schaumann, W., 1970:
Wild animals and damage they cause in forest

Matveev, A.S.B.kunin, V.A., 1994:
Wild animals and game-birds in Cheliabinsk oblast

Fleharty, Eugene, D., 1995:
Wild animals and settlers on the Great Plains

Lancum, F.H., 1947:
Wild animals and the land

Mulder, Jb, 1977:
Wild animals for laboratory use: procurement and management

Tanaka, Mitsutsune, 1976:
Wild animals in Japan

Ayala-Martin, Emilio, 1941:
Wild animals in captivity: martens

Dunbar-Brander, A.A., 1982:
Wild animals in central India

Kurt, Fred, 1977:
Wild animals in cultivated region

Burger, Manfred, 1971:
Wild animals in human hands

Hofmann, R.R., 2007:
Wild animals in pictures for comparative anatomy

Vazquez, A.; Marquez, F., 1995:
Wild animals of Asturias

Richmond, William-Kenneth, 1946:
Wild animals of Britain

Rosset, R., 1987:
Wild animals of Europe

Stroganov, Sergeaei-Ul*-Section-*eiianovich, 1957:
Wild animals of Siberia

Stroganov, Sergeaei-Ul*-Section-*eiianovich, 1962:
Wild animals of Siberia predators Wild animals of Siberia

Hamlin, Gordon, 1949:
Wild animals of our countryside, with studies from nature

Bridges, W.; Baker, M., 1948:
Wild animals of the world

Facklam, M.; Facklam, P., 1978:
Wild animals, gentle women

Cavalheiro, S.K.; Narvaes, L.V.P.; Marcondes, P.N.; Varoli, F.M.F., 2003:
Wild animals: traffic in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Iwago, Tokumitsu, 1976:
Wild animals; animal photographs of the world

Wieckowska, I., 1970:
Wild apple (Malus sylvestris Mill.)

Baikov, G.; Kucherov, E., 1980:
Wild apple tree in Bashkiria

Lomakin, En, 1971:
Wild apricot Armeniaca vulgaris Lam. of Central Asia

Hoeksema, K.; Meester-Manger-Cats, V.D., 1977:
Wild areas and shelterbelts

Bauer, S., 1992:
Wild at heart

Anonymous, 1980:
Wild azalea

Craig, I.; Fedak, G., 1980:
Wild barley (Hordeum L.) collected by Agriculture Canada in Turkey, Iran and Greece Hordeum spp., chromosome counts

Robinson, G.; Gilbert, D., 1987:
Wild barley (foxtail) control in alfalfa

Cudney, D.; Orloff, S., 1986:
Wild barley control in seeding alfalfa

Debouck, Dg, 1990:
Wild beans as a food resource in the Andes

Sartorato, A.P.reira, P., 2003:
Wild beans as source of resistance to Colletotrichum lindemuthianum

Anonymous, 1950:
Wild beauty

Zharinov, Vi, 1979:
Wild bees , important factor of

Iakovleva, L., 1978:
Wild bees and alfalfa pollination

Vasileva, E., 1980:
Wild bees as plant pollinators

Blagoveshchenskaia, Nn, 1980:
Wild bees as pollinators of plants

Hardin, B., 1983:
Wild bees as pollinators--an update

Marikovskaia, T.; Shcherbakova, T., 1983:
Wild bees in artificial nests Megachilidae, rearing for crop pollination, USSR.1

Steffan-Dewenter, Ingolf, 1998:
Wild bees in the agricultural landscape

Yarris, Lc, 1978:
Wild bees make great pollinators

Sherman, H., 1987:
Wild bees make money not honey

Westrich, Paul, 1990:
Wild bees of Baden-Weurttomberg

Westrich, P., 1983:
Wild bees. Ecological importance--endangering--protection

Tasei, Jn, 1986:
Wild bees: other useful insects

Cohen, A., 1976:
Wild beet selective control i

Lenzi, E., 1977:
Wild beets

Straley, Gb, 1986:
Wild bergamot, Monarda fistulosa (Lamiaceae), new to the Northwest Territories

Senchuk, G.; Borukh, I., 1976:
Wild berries of Byelorussia

Derig, B.-B.F.ller, M., 2001:
Wild berries of the West

Voshchilko, Me, 1972:
Wild berry bushes of the Salair Range as breeding stock

Mateo, N., 1997:
Wild biodiversity: the last frontier? The case of Costa Rica

Berry, Jg, 1990:
Wild bird control in the poultry house

Hess, L.; Groskin, R., 2006:
Wild bird feeding: the pros and the cons

Lloyd, C.; Thomas, G.; Macdonald, J.; Borland, E.; Standring, K.S.art, J., 1976:
Wild bird mortality caused by botulism in Britain, 1975

Anonymous, 1989:
Wild bird mortality in The Netherlands, 1975-1989

Fedorov, Yu, V., 1961:
Wild birds

Prestt, I., 1972:
Wild birds and chemicals

Volkova, A.; Dzhamgyrchieva, T.1; Shamiev, F., 1982:
Wild birds and rodents, carriers of pathogenic microbes Salmonella.1

Stailknecht, D., E.; Brown, J., D., 2007:
Wild birds and the epidemiology of avian influenza

Vikram-Reddy, M.M.hendranath, D.M.hendar, M., 1975:
Wild birds and their role in transmission of diseases to poultry

Anonymous, 1963:
Wild birds and wild animals

De-Grazio, J.; Besser, J., 1974:
Wild birds consume million of dollars


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