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Advantages and disadvantages of bordeaux mixture and of lime-sulphur used on apples in the growing season
Observations on the Umaria marine bed
10 years of hearing conservation in the Royal Air Force
Chocolate crumb - dairy ingredient for milk chocolate
Effect of daily gelatin ingestion on human scalp hair
Comparison of rice bran and maize bran as feeds for growing and fattening pigs
The composition of pampas-grass (Cortaderia argentea.)
The Accraian Series:
The mechanism of the Liebermann-Burchard reaction of sterols and triterpenes and their esters
Cerebrovascular Doppler ultrasound studies (cv-Doppler)
Toria: PT-303 - first national variety
Hair growth promoting activity of tridax procumbens
Productivity of Pekin x Khaki Campbell ducks
A stable cytosolic expression of VH antibody fragment directed against PVY NIa protein in transgenic potato plant confers partial protection against the virus
Solar treatment of wheat loose smut
Swimmers itch in the Lake of Garda
Bactofugation and the Bactotherm process
The effects of prefrontal lobotomy on aggressive behavior in dogs
Visual rating scales for screening whorl-stage corn for resistance to fall armyworm
Breakdown of seamounts at the trench axis, viewed from gravity anomaly
Kooken; pennsylvania's toughest cave
Recovery of new dinosaur and other fossils from the Early Cretaceous Arundel Clay facies (Potomac Group) of central Maryland, U.S.A
Zubor horny (Bison bonasus) v prirodnych podmienkach Slovensku
The extended Widal test in the diagnosis of fevers due to Salmonella infection
Hair of the american mastodon indicates an adaptation to a semi aquatic habitat

List of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag Chapter 22105

Chapter 22105 contains a list of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag.




Why do species of birds become extinct?
, Var Fuglefauna 163: 140-143 (1993)

Why do splendid fairy-wrens always accept cuckoo eggs?
, Behavioral Ecology. July-Aug; 94: 420-424 (1998)

Why do storks perish?
, Priroda (Moscow). Oktyabr'; 10914: 50-51 (1991)

Why do teachers visit zoos with their pupils?
, IZN (International Zoo News). July-August; 415: 4-13 No 254 (1994)

Why do the effects of delaying reinforcement in animals and delaying feedback in humans differ? A working-memory analysis
, Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 61(2): 194-202 (2008)

Why do the two most abundant copepods in the North Atlantic differ so markedly in their diel vertical migration behaviour?
, Journal of Sea Research 38(1-2): 85-92 (1997)

Why do they do what they do?
, International Wildlife 95: 18-37 (1979)

Why do tommies stott?
, Natural History 979(26): 28-30 (1988)

Why do tropical poikilothermic organisms tend to have higher threshold temperatures for development than temperate ones?
, Functional Ecology 9(1): 136-137 (1995)

Why do tubulin gene families lack diversity in flagellate/ciliate protists?
, Protoplasma, 1641-3: 9-11 (1991)

Why do ulcerated melanomas have a worse prognosis? An analysis of their gene expression profiles as compared to non-ulcerated melanomas
, Unknown (2008)

Why do vertebrates have inverted retinas?
, Verhandlungen der Anatomischen Gesellschaft 77: 739-740 (1983)

Why do waved albatrosses move their eggs?
, Charles Darwin Research Station Annual Report : 182-187 (1982)

Why do we believe that breast cancer in the elderly is the same as breast cancer in young women?
, Drugs and Aging 25(1): 47-48 (2008)

Why do we have bats?
, Wszechswiat, 896: 148 (1988)

Why do we have to save tidal flats?
, Aquabiology (Tokyo) 22(4): 354(-359): 129 (2000)

Why do we protect all of our reptiles?
, Unknown (1975)

Why do we protect the Russian polecat (Mustela eversmanni hungarica)?
, Unknown (1975)

Why do we see such large flocks of migrating or resting airlews in spring?
, Anser 223: 174-175 (1983)

Why do whales come ashore?
, New Scientist 97(1349): 716-717 (1983)

Why do whales sing?
, Sciences (New York): 217: 22-25 (1981)

Why do women more often inform their sexual partners of a sexually transmitted infection? The clinicians' role
, Medecine Sciences: M/S 24 Spec no 2: 200-207 (2008)

Why do women with early RA respond less well to MTX than men? Gender as a determinant of clinical response in the initial open-label phase of the SWEFOT clinical trial
, Unknown (2007)

Why do young passerine birds have shorter wings than older birds?
, Ibis 1263: 410-415 (1984)

Why do zebras have stripes?
, Fauna (Oslo): 454: 206-215 (1992)

Why doe brown-headed cowbirds perform the head-down display?
, Auk 1001: 139-148 (1983)

Why does Artocarpus altilis remain a backyard tree in the Republic of Benin?
, Acta Horticulturae 757: 115-120 (2007)

Why does Wilson's petrel have yellow on the webs of its feet
, British Birds 739: 385-387 (1980)

Why does a chef look for marbling in pork?
, Unknown (2007)

Why does a nematode have an invariant cell lineage?
, Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology 8(4): 341-349 (1997)

Why does cerebral cortex fissure and fold? A review of determinants of gyri and sulci
, Cerebral Cortex, 8B 3-136 ( 1990)

Why does imported malaria still kill? 20 years of malaria deaths in
, Unknown (2007)

Why does iron abrogate the cytotoxic effect of S-nitrosothiols on human and animal cultured cells?
, Biofizika 52(5): 869-875 (2007)

Why does it have oil in its head?
, Wszechswiat 2: 39-41 (1980)

Why does metabolism scale with temperature?
, Functional Ecology 18(2): 243-251 (2004)

Why does my pond go green?
, Freshwater and Marine Aquarium 96: 57-59 (1986)

Why does non-parental infanticide seem so rare in bats?
, Acta Chiropterologica 11: 17-29 (1999)

Why does not the monkey fall from a tree ? - the functional origin of the human glottis-
, Primate Research 12(2): 179-206 (1996)

Why does skeletal part representation differ between smaller and larger bovids at Klasies River Mouth and other archeological sites?
, Journal of Archaeological Science 164: 363-381 (1989)

Why does sugarcane (Saccharum sp hybrid) grow slowly?
, South African Journal of Botany 73(4): 546-551 (2007)

Why does the FDA tolerate so many acetaminophen fatalities?
, Unknown (2007)

Why does the broad-billed roller Eurystomus orientalis bring strange objects to the nest?
, Japanese Journal of Ornithology 364: 137-152 (1988)

Why does the burrowing mayfly, Ephoron shigae emerge in large numbers? 2. Mass emergence of the adults and parthenogenesis
, Insectarium 307: 18-25 (1993)

Why does the burrowing mayfly, Ephoron shigae, emerge in large numbers? 1. Distribution and density of the larvae
, Insectarium 306: 4-11 (1993)

Why does the egg have a shell?
, Eesti Loodus 2810: 664-668 (1985)

Why does the genetic code deviate so easily in ciliates?
, Biology of the Cell 85(2-3): 105-108 (1995)

Why does the gut choose apolipoprotein B48 but not B100 for chylomicron formation?
, American Journal of Physiology. Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology 294(1): G344-G352 (2008)

Why does the increase of plasmin worsen the coagulation properties of milk in dairy sheep?
, Italian Journal of Animal Science 4(Suppl 2): 342-344 (2005)

Why does the nature of species matter? Comments on Ghiselin and Mayr
, Biology and Philosophy 22: 192-197 (1987)

Why does the size of Nephrops vary?
, Scottish Fisheries Bulletin 49: 31-36 (1986)

Why does the species problem still persist?
, Bioessays: News and Reviews in Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology 26(3): 300-305 (2004)

Why doesn't it look like the one in the book?
, Alberta Naturalist 22(2): 4-5, 7 (1992 )

Why doesn't the yellow-breasted Apalis duet at Kenyatta University College?
, EANHS Bulletin, 2-4 (January-April) (1983)

Why don't Saimiri oerstedii and Cebus capucinus form mixed-species groups?
, International Journal of Primatology 102: 103-114 (1989)

Why don't Svalbard reindeer migrate?
, Holarctic Ecology 124: 369-376 (1989)

Why don't animals have wheels?
, International Wildlife 183: 40-41 (1988)

Why don't birds lay more eggs?
, Trends in Ecology and Evolution 12(7): 270-274 (1997)

Why don't chimpanzees in Gabon crack nuts?
, International Journal of Primatology 18(3): 353-374 (1997)

Why don't diabetes patients achieve recommended risk factor targets? Poor adherence versus lack of treatment intensification
, Journal of General Internal Medicine 23(5): 588-594 (2008)

Why don't fish show a poisson distribution?
, Porcupine Newsletter 29: 254-258 (1983)

Why don't physicians test for HIV?
, Aids 22(1): 162; author reply 163 (2007)

Why don't physicians test for HIV? Authors' reply
, AIDS 22(1): 163 (2008)

Why don't predators have positive effects on prey populations?
, Evolutionary Ecology 71: 449-457 (1993)

Why don't we have more red tides in Florida?
, Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A Environmental Science and Engineering, A185: 685-700 (1983)

Why ecologists need systematics: importance of systematics to ecological research
, Journal of Nematology 21(3): 308-314 (1989)

Why ecopharmacovigilance?
, Unknown (2007)

Why eight trials of ultrasound for venous leg ulcers isn't enough!
, Unknown (2007)

Why endemic birds are so vulnerable to extinction
, Bird Conservation (Madison): 2: 3-6 (1985)

Why endocrinologists need to take ownership of endocrine disruption
, Unknown (2008)

Why enough is never enough: the societal determinants of river basin closure
, International Journal of Water Resources Development 24(2): 217-226 (2008)

Why environmentally based analyses are necessary in behavior analysis
, Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 60(2): 461-463 (1993)

Why ethology can't be obsolete
, Biologisches Zentralblatt il-Mai- i; 114(2): 110-112 (1995)

Why exercising Tammar wallabies turn over lactate rapidly. Implications for models of mammalian exercise metabolism
, Molecular Physiology 71: 17-28 (1985)

Why female red-winged blackbirds call at the nest
, Wilson Bulletin 1021: 154-160 (1990)

Why filter?
, Practical Fishkeeping ( y): 52-53 (1985)

Why fisheries management fails: treating symptoms rather than the cause
, Bulletin of Marine Science 78(3): 529-546 (2006)

Why fly by night? Inferences from tidally-induced departures of sandpipers
, Journal of Field Ornithology 602: 154-161 (1989)

Why fly?
, Animal Kingdom 811: 23-29 (1978)

Why get big in the cold? Towards a solution to a life-history puzzle
, Oecologia 155(2): 215-225 (2008)

Why girls want to be boys
, Bioessays: News and Reviews in Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology 23(6): 477-480 (2001)

Why golden eagles are wary of man
, Carnivore (Seattle) 24: 73 (1980)

Why good shelduck areas are bad for shelducks
, Wader Study Group Bulletin: 26 (26) (1979)

Why grebes eat their own feathers: the 'bottle brush hypothesis'.
, Limosa 621: 51-52 (1989)

Why has China not embraced a global cap-and-trade regime?
, Climate Policy 7(2): 166-170 (2007)

Why has Ctenopoma oxyrhynchum become C. weeksi?
, Labyrinth 63: 6-7 (1992)

Why has Lake Kasumigaura been filled with the introduced fishes?
, Biological Sciences (Tokyo). Jun; 521: 7-16 (2000)

Why has Sardinian warbler Sylvia melanocephala invaded Cyprus?
, Sandgrouse 221: 6-9 (2000)

Why has the Colorado beetle extended its range to the east?
, Priroda (Moscow): 11: 103 (1980)

Why has the tanga warbler disappear from Falsterbo?
, Anser 22(4): 253-254 (1983)

Why have Prosopis juliflora in the Indian wild ass habitat?
, Tigerpaper (Bangkok): 74: 30-31 (1980)

Why have a planning & project co-ordinator?
, Bulletin of Zoo Management 25: 44-46 (1987)

Why have insects succeeded so well in surviving?
, Priroda (Sofia): 5: 68-70 (1986)

Why have meta-analyses of randomized controlled trials of the association between non-white-blood-cell-reduced allogeneic blood transfusion and postoperative infection produced discordant results?
, Vox Sanguinis 93(3): 196-207 (2007)

Why have the fish stocks of Lake Puhajarv diminished?
, Eesti Loodus, 2911: 741 (1986)

Why have the numbers of birds in the Combs Valley declined?
, Derbyshire Bird Report, 1989: 73 (1990 )

Why haven't we reliable predictions?
, Zashchita Rastenii (Moscow): 10: 10-12 (1988)

Why hire a behaviorist into a conservation or management team?
, Clemmons, J R, Buchholz, R Behavioral approaches to conservation in the wild 48-71 (1997)

Why history matters in landscape ecology
, Unknown (2007)

Why humans have cultures
, Man (London): 252: 189-206 (1990)

Why hummingbirds hover and honeyeaters perch
, Animal Behaviour 293: 861-867 (1981)

Why hummingbirds hover: a commentary
, Auk 1034: 832-833 (1986)

Why hummingbirds like red
, Environment Southwest 486: 8-11 (1979)

Why hunting has defined the North American model of wildlife conservation
, Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 66: 175-185 (2001)

Why hypertrophic ecosystems?
, Developments in Hydrobiology, 2 ix-xi (1980)

Why imperfect steps in the right direction attract criticism
, Evolution and Development 3(3): 125-126 (2001)

Why insects move between host patches: some comments on 'risk-spreading'
, Oikos 471: 112-114 (1986)

Why insulin sensitizers but not secretagogues should be retained when initiating insulin in type2 diabetes
, Diabetes Metabolism Research and Reviews 24(1): 3-13 (2008)

Why invest in watershed management?
, Unknown (2007)

Why is 'incommensurability' a problem?
, Acta Biotheoretica 314: 205-218 (1982)

Why is Coccinella septempunctata so successful? (A point-of-view)
, European Journal of Entomology 105(1): 1-12 (2008)

Why is Diadema so successful?
, Dansk Geologisk Forening Arsskrift, 109-110 (1984)

Why is Limnothrissa miodon such a successful introduced species and is there anywhere else we should put it?
, Fish and Fisheries Series 18: 527-545 (1995)

Why is PTEN an important tumor suppressor?
, Journal of Cellular Biochemistry 102(6): 1368-1374 (2007)

Why is a gastrotrich?
, Systematics Association Special Volume Series: 248-260 (28) (1985)

Why is a robin's egg blue?
, Audubon 884: 64-71 (1986)

Why is a whale adapting to a water world
, Oceans 142: 6-8 (1981)

Why is agricultural water demand unresponsive at low price ranges?
, Unknown (2007)

Why is ape tool use so confusing?
, Special Publication of the British Ecological Society 8: 457-472 (1989)

Why is artificial grounding of migratory passerines at night rather unsuccessful in southern Africa?
, Safring News 222: 43-46 (1993)

Why is development so illogical?
, Science 224(4655): 1327-1329 (1984)

Why is female kin bonding so rare? Comparative sociality of Neotropical primates
, Cambridge Studies in Biological Anthropology 22: 300-319 (1999)

Why is importing nonhuman primates important to the SSP?
, American Zoo and Aquarium Association Annual Conference Proceedings, 49-50 (1994)

Why is it important to study rates in the biological processes in the deep sea?
, Porcupine Newsletter 5(5): 95-100 (1992)

Why is it so difficult to transmit cancer prevention goals to society?
, EJC Suppls 6(3): 2 (2008)

Why is medical administration run by former C-students?
, Medical Hypotheses 70(1): 191-192 (2007)

Why is oestrus in red deer hinds synchronized?
, Evolutionary Theory 84: 357-360 (1989)

Why is relating plankton community structure to pelagic production so problematic?
, South African Journal of Marine Science 19: 333-338 (1998)

Why is sex determined by nest temperature in many reptiles?
, Trends in Ecology and Evolution 14(5): 186-189 (1999)

Why is the Chatham Island fantail penitus?
, Notornis 271: 93-94 (1980)

Why is the European mink disappearing?
, Eesti Loodus. Marts; 3: 81-82 (1993)

Why is the Water Rail Rallus aquaticus a very scarce breeder north of 61 N?
, Ornis Svecica 13(2-3): 47-52 (2003)

Why is the body mass index calculated as mass/height2, not as mass/height3?
, Annals of Human Biology 34(6): 656-663 (2007)

Why is the cladoceran Simocephalus vetulus (Muller) not a 'bang-bang strategist'? A critique of the optimal-body-size model
, Functional Ecology 13: 223-228 (1987)

Why is the cricket's ovipositor so long? 1. How does it work?
, Insectarium 326: 152-158 (1995)

Why is the cricket's ovipositor so long? 2. The ovipositor length reflects adaptive radiation
, Insectarium 327: 196-202 (1995)

Why is the cricket's ovipositor so long? 3. The length of ovipositor in relation to climatic adaptation
, Insectarium 328: 226-232 (1995)

Why is the eye-like spot of the oyanirami fish Coreoperca kawamebari located near the real eye?
, Ethology 87(1-2): 119-122 (1991)

Why is the foraging success of ospreys wintering in southern Africa so low?
, Gabar: 11: 14-19 (1986)

Why is the gorilla such a large primate?
, IZN International Zoo News 355: 9-15 (1988)

Why is the house mouse karyotype so variable?
, Trends in Ecology and Evolution 10(10): 397-402 (1995)

Why is the house sparrow so rare in Harare?
, Honeyguide 39(1): 27 (1993)

Why is the kiwi so called?
, Notornis 283: 216-217 (1981)

Why is the main blood producing organ in land animals the bone marrow?
, Wszechswiat 5: 124-125 (1981)

Why is the neurobiology of nausea and vomiting so important?
, Appetite 50(2-3): 430-434 (2008)

Why is the plant Heliotropum indicum attractive to danaid butterflies?
, Ziva, 346: 221 (1986)

Why is the spiny lobster Jasus absent from the Chilean coast?
, Lobster Newsletter 8(2): 10-11 (1995)

Why is the stream fauna of south-western Australia so impoverished?
, Hydrobiologia 194(2): 169-176 (1990)

Why is the three-toed woodpecker (Picoides tridactylus) more sexually dimorphic than other European woodpeckers?
, Beihefte zu den Veroeffentlichungen fuer Naturschutz und Landschaftspflege in Baden-Wuerttemberg 67: 109-118 (1993)

Why is the topic of cancer and pregnancy so important? Why and how to read this book
, Unknown (2008)

Why is the world full of large females?
, Science 240(4854): 884 (1988)

Why is there no interspecific host discrimination in the two coexisting larval parasitoids of Drosophila species; Leptopilina heterotoma (Thomson) and Asobara tabida (Nees)?
, Oecologia (Berlin): 673: 352-359 (1985)

Why is there no simple way of measuring animal welfare?
, Animal Welfare 2(4): 301-319 (1993)

Why is there significant overlap in volume status between hypertensive
, Unknown (2008)

Why is there significant overlap in volume status between hypertensive and normotensive patients on dialysis?
, American Journal of Nephrology 28(3): 508-516 (2008)

Why kangaroos (Marsupialia: Macropopidae) are not as hypsodont as ungulates (Eutheria)
, Australian Mammalogy 13(1-2): 49-53 (1990)

Why keep junglefowl?
, WPA News: 25-26 (40) (1993)

Why lampreys and humans compete (and when they don't): toward a predictive theory of host species selection by parasitic lampreys
, Belle W. Baruch Library in Marine Science 18: 329-345 (1994)

Why large-scale afforestation efforts in China have failed to solve
, Unknown (2008)

Why link species and ecosystems? A perspective from ecosystem ecology
, Jones, C G, Lawton, J H Linking species and ecosystems 5-15 (1995)

Why link species conservation, environmental protection, and resource management?
, Jones, C G, Lawton, J H Linking species and ecosystems 326-335 (1995)

Why livestock farming while having another job? FT Pourquoi faire de l'elevage quand on a un autre travail ?
, Unknown (2007)

Why low numbers of Parus major in Bialowieza Forest - removal experiments
, Acta Ornithologica (Warsaw 23(2): 303-316 (1988)

Why male cannibalism won't cause a female-biased OSR - a comment on Smith and Wootton's paper
, Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 8(1): 93-98 (1998)

Why male goldeneyes forage in more advantageous places than females.
, Amoeba 661: 28-29 (1992)

Why male ground squirrels disperse
, American Scientist 773: 232-239 (1989)

Why mammal body hair is an evolutionary enigma
, Creation Research Society Quarterly ch; 40(4): 240-243 (2004)

Why mammals are not bird brained
, New Scientist 105(1450): 16-17 (1985)

Why mammoths became extinct.
, Unknown (1977)

Why man has no predator
, Current Science 65(2): 120-122 (1993)

Why mangroves matter
, IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources) Bulletin 15(4-6): 54-55 (1984)

Why mathematical models in evolutionary ecology?
, NATO Conference Series I Ecology 7: 239-287 (1984)

Why measure eggs of birds? A review
, Anser Supplement 3: 247-252 (1978)

Why men won't ask for directions: the seductions of sociobiology
, Unknown (2004)

Why might female nightjars switch mates?
, Stour Ringing Group Annual Report 1990: 36-37 (1991)

Why monk seal populations need to be monitored and how to do it
, Council of Europe Environmental Encounters Series 13: 58-60 (1992)

Why monkeys live together
, International Wildlife 106: 18-23 (1980)

Why moon-struck snails face east
, Conchologists of America Bulletin, 151: 4 (1987)

Why mutations are lethal to Darwinism
, Creation Research Society Quarterly 38(4): 181-189 (2002)

Why myc? An unexpected ingredient in the stem cell cocktail
, Cell Stem Cell 2(1): 18-21 (2008)

Why national health research systems matter
, Health Research Policy and Systems 6: 1 (2008)

Why natural resource management research?
, International research on natural resource management: advances in impact assessment: 1-11 (2007)

Why natural selection leads to complexity
, Journal of Social and Biological Structures 131: 33-40 (1990)

Why neglect groundwater biology?
, Current Science (Bangalore). 25 October; 838: 931-932 (2002)

Why nestedness in mutualistic networks?
, Journal of Theoretical Biology 249(2): 307-313 (2007)

Why newts die
, Herptile 112: 76-78 (1986)

Why no termitebird?
, Wingspan 14(2): 16-19 (2004)

Why non-uniform priors on clades are both unavoidable and unobjectionable
, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 45(2): 748-749 (2007)

Why not eat spiders?
, Commonwealth Institute of Entomology Distribution Maps of Pests Series A Agricultural 17: 10-11 (1977)

Why not just throw'em on the bottom? Seabed seeding of scallops in Nova Scotia
, Bulletin of the Aquaculture Association of Canada 93(4): 132-134 (1993)

Why not keep Hemigrammus caudovittatus in the aquarium?
, Aquarium (Den Haag): 574: 95-96 (1987)

Why not study phasmids?
, Derbyshire Entomological Society Journal 100: 13-21 (1990)

Why not teach creationism in the schools?
, Bioscience 325: 334-335 (1982)

Why not to use species in comparative tests
, Journal of Theoretical Biology 1363: 361-364 (1989)

Why not try a barb?
, Tropical Fish Hobbyist 40(7): 10-17 (1992)

Why not try killifish?
, Freshwater and Marine Aquarium 86: 36-42 (1985)

Why not try water snakes?
, Snake Keeper 29: 8-12 (1988)

Why not visit Hungary!
, Faglar I Blekinge 234: 135-140 (1987)

Why obstetrics/gynecology, and what if it were not an option? A survey of resident applicants
, American journal of obstetrics and gynecology 197(5): 538.e1 (2007)

Why octopuses? Have we learned anything from studying their brains?
, Science Progress 72(287 Pt 3): 297-320 (1988)

Why only one of two common central Texas Anostraca atop Enchanted Rock?
, Hydrobiologia 212: 83-86 (1991)

Why Oregon patients request assisted death: family members' views
, Journal of General Internal Medicine 23(2): 154-157 (2008)

Why ostracodes?
, American Paleontologist 8(2): 2-5 (2000)

Why oyster restoration goals in the chesapeake bay are not and probably cannot be achieved
, Journal of Shellfish Research 26(4): 905-917 (2007)

Why oystercatchers Haematopus ostralegus cannot meet their daily energy requirements in a single low water period
, Ardea 84(A): 269-290 (1996)

Why parasites are being studied for 45 years in the Far Eastern Branch of RAS
, Vestnik Dal'nevostochnogo Otdeleniya Rossiiskoi Akademii Nauk 3: 23-36: 61 (1995)

Why parasites are not always a problem
, Herptile 24: 3-7 (1978)

Why parks?
, Nature Canada (Ottawa): 102: 8-9 (1981)

Why people hunt: a theoretical framework
, Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 66: 140-153 (2001)

Why phylogenies are necessary for comparative analysis
, Martins, E P Phylogenies and the comparative method in animal behavior: 399-411 (1996)

Why physicists like models and why biologists should
, Current Biology: Cb 3(2): 79-81 (1993)

Why porpoise trainers are not dolphin lovers: real and false communication in the operant setting
, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 364: 137-143 (1981)

Why potential live renal donors prefer laparoscopic nephrectomy: a survey of live donor attitudes
, Bju International 100(6): 1344-1346 (2007)

Why predaceous stoneflies do not aggregate with their prey
, Internationale Vereinigung fuer Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie Verhandlungen 234: 2135-2140 (1988)

Why protect natural areas within our dynamic, cultural landscape?
, Willison, J H M, Bondrup-Nielsen, S, Drysdale, C, Munro, N W P, Pollock, T L Developments in Landscape Management and Urban Planning, 7; Science and the management of protected areas: 25-29 (1992)

Why protection?
, Naturopa 38: 4-6 (1981)

Why public interest groups use initiative referendum and lawsuits
, Western Proceedings Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 78: 91-96 (1998)

Why publication matters in conservation biology
, Pacific Conservation Biology 6(1): 2-8 (2000)

Why rabbits eat their feces
, Animals and Zoos 47(10-11): 346-351 No 548 (1995)

Why rattle snake?
, Journal of Herpetology 243: 274-279 (1990)

Why reintroduce the bilby?
, Serena, M. Reintroduction Biology Of Australian And New Zealand Fauna. 165-170 (1995)

Why remove autapomorphies?
, Cladistics 8(4): 387-389 (1992)

Why respiratory biology? The meaning and significance of respiration
, Unknown (2007)

Why resurrect the dead elephant issue?
, Africana: 611: 3-4 (1979)

Why robin eggs are blue and birds build nests: statistical tests for Amazonian birds
, Ornithological Monographs 36: 536-545 (1985)

Why save South Moresby?
, Manitoba Naturalists Society Bulletin 9(3): 1,3 (1986)

Why save the mountain gorilla?
, Wildlife (London): 232: 22-26 (1981)

Why selection favors protandrous sex change for the parasitic isopod, Ichthyoxenus fushanensis (Isopoda: Cymothoidae)
, Evolutionary Ecology 13(4): 327-338 (2000)

Why sex is good: On fungi and beyond
, Unknown (2007)

Why sex: origin and maintenance
, Chinese Bulletin of Life Sciences. Aug; 144: 197-200 (2002)

Why sex?
, BBC Wildlife 212: 582-587 (1984)

Why sex? A parody on the paradox
, Oikos 89(1): 188-190 (2000)

Why share a mate?
, Living Bird Quarterly 22: 14-17 (1983)

Why shearwaters are puffins and albatrosses are pelicans. Observations on the scientific names of birds. Part 2
, Anser 233: 169-174 (1984)

Why should a museum maintain a large collection?
, Syllogeus 44: 169-171 (1983)

Why should we care about nonhuman animals during times of crisis?
, Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science: Jaaws 11(2): 90-97 (2008)

Why should we care about whales?
, Whalewatcher 213: 16-18 (1987)

Why should we protect and preserve species?
, Var Fagelvarld 454: 241-242 (1986)

Why shouting?
, American Naturalist 113(1): 155-156 (1979)

Why sick cells produce tumors: the protective role of autophagy
, Autophagy 3(5): 502-505 (2007)

Why slugs squabble
, Unknown (1977)

Why small animals swimming by means of flagella and cilia are rotated about the long axis of their body
, Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 65(5): 676-682 (1986)

Why small fossil samples are such a big problem.
, American Journal of Physical Anthropology(Suppl 46): 110-111 (2008)

Why small is sometimes sexy
, New Scientist 131(1785): 44-47 (1991)

Why snakes are good for your health
, Habitat Australia, 112: 31 (1983)

Why snow leopards need help
, Brookfield Zoo Bison 61: 40 (1992)

Why so few pseudogenes in tetraploid species?
, Trends in Genetics: Tig 10(12): 418-419 (1994)

Why so late? Characteristics of stroke patients with delayed hospital arrival
, Unknown (2007)

Why so many changes in the ornithological nomenclature?
, Lintumies 256: 272-277 (1990)

Why so many mammalian spermatozoa--a clue from marsupials?
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B Biological Sciences 221(1223): 221-233 (1984)

Why so many passerine birds? A response to Raikow
, Systematic Zoology 371: 71-76 (1988)

Why some birds are colonial or roost communally?
, Ring International Ornithological Bulletin 12: 31-32 Nos 134-135 (1988)

Why some butterflies vary tremendously but others do not
, Bulletin of the Amateur Entomologists' Society 513(81): 65-68 (1992)

Why some deer are safe from wolves
, Natural History 881: 70-76 (1979)

Why some felids copulate so much
, Unknown (1976)

Why some female birds are larger than males. The meaning of reversed sexual size dimorphism
, Birding 33(3): 254-260 (2001)

Why some insects look pretty nasty
, New Scientist 97(1339): 26-27 (1983)

Why some measures of fluctuating asymmetry are so sensitive to measurement error
, Annales Zoologici Fennici 34(2): 133-137 (1997)

Why some metazoan mucus secretions are more susceptible to microbial attack than others
, American Naturalist 114(1): 149-152 (1979)

Why some species are especially influential on coral-reef communities and others are not
, Galaxea 13(1): 77-84 (1996)

Why some whales fluke: suggesting a novel hypothesis
, Cetus 72: 15-19 (1987)

Why species and subspecies?
, Current Biology: Cb 3(11): 797-799 (1993)

Why split genes?
, New Scientist 82(1154): 452-453 (1979)

Why squid, though not fish, may be better understood by pretending they are
, South African Journal of Marine Science 20: 47-58 (1998)

Why states need to practice ecosystem approaches to management
, Wadsworth, K G Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference; Transactions of the Sixty-second North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference: 280-288 (1997)

Why statistical power is necessary to link analyses of molecular variation to decisions about population structure
, American Fisheries Society Symposium 17: 288-294 (1995)

Why stop at sunset?
, Bird Observer (Nunawading) 73(7): 5-6 (1993)

Why studies of the medionigra polymorphism in Panaxia dominula do not provide evidence for natural selection
, Oikos ober; 87(1): 181-182 (1999)

Why study biodiversity in land-inland water ecotones?
, Man and the Biosphere Series 18: 1-45 (1997)

Why study diapause?
, Entomological Research 38(1): 1-9 (2008)

Why study large animals?
, New Scientist 100(1380): 193-199 (1983)

Why study plant and soil nematodes?
, New Zealand Science Review 45(4-6): 71-75 (1988)

Why study reptilian development?
, Biology of Reptilia 14: 1-39 (1985)

Why sub-optimal is optimal: a model of ectotherm thermal preferences
, Unknown (2006)

Why such long faces? A response to Eugene E. Harris
, Evolution and Development 4(3): 169-169 (2002)

Why such long faces? Response to Collard and O'Higgins
, Evolution and Development 4(3): 167-8; Discussion 169 (2002)

Why sunflower seeds are so popular at the bird table
, Var Fuglefauna 94: 209-214 (1986)

Why supportive behaviour in human and other mammals?
, American Anthropologist 833: 634-638 (1981)

Why swallows visit Victoria
, Bird Observer (Nunawading) 74(3): 10-11 (1994)

Why tadpoles love fast food
, Natural History 934: 60-69 (1984)

Why tag and release tunas?
, Australian Fisheries 516: 6-8 (1992)

Why the Amazon forest need piranhas
, World Wildlife News, (Spring): 12-13 (1981)

Why the CDM will reduce carbon leakage
, Climate Policy 7(3): 197-211 (2007)

Why the club of earth?
, Trends in Ecology and Evolution 2(5): 133-135 (1987)

Why the Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra) leaves a pond? An observational test of some predictions on prey depletion
, Revue d'Ecologie la Terre et la Vie. Janvier-Mars; 551: 57-65 (2000)

Why the Japanese are so stubborn about whaling
, Oceanus 321: 45-51 (1989)

Why the Maastrichtian regression did not cause terminal Cretaceous mass extinctions
, Memoires de la Societe Geologique de France 150: 75-80 (1987)

Why the Meeteetse ferrets had to come in
, Wyoming Wildlife 52(3): 28-33 (1988)

Why the Neotropical guans were named Penelope
, Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club 115(4): 261-262 (1995)

Why the Schild method is better than Schild realised
, Trends in Pharmacological Sciences 28(12): 608-614 (2007)

Why the Socotra cormorant Phalacrocorax nigrogularis should be formally protected
, Tribulus 5(2): 10-12 (1995)

Why the ammonites snuffed it
, Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 32(2-3): 103-111 (1999)

Why the body mass changes during migration
, Eesti Loodus 28(9): 574-575 (1985)

Why the comparative method works
, Functional Ecology 31: 126-127 (1989)

Why the conservation of forest genetic resources has not worked
, Conservation Biology: the Journal of the Society for Conservation Biology 22(2): 267-274 (2008)

Why the cormorant is Britain's most unpopular bird
, Countryside Monthly 1051: 126-127 (1985)

Why the deer and the antelope play
, Natural History 965: 54-61 (1987)

Why the dinosaurs became extinct
, Patterns of Progress Zoology Series 15: 1-85 (1978)

Why the dolphins died
, International Wildlife 10(5): 4-11 (1980)

Why the dolphins died. The answer - to date
, Sea Frontiers 35: 246-247 (1989)

Why the fittest are prettiest
, Sciences (New York): 255: 26-33 (1985)

Why the full moon decreases moth catches
, Kentucky Lepidopterist 22(3-4): 13-15 (1996)

Why the hammer head?
, Sea Frontiers 35: 142-145 (1989)

Why the house sparrow should (probably) not be called the house finch.
, Var Fagelvarld 411: 42-45 (1982)

Why the hypolimnion is not a desert: the taste discrimination-temperature hypotheses
, Internationale Vereinigung fuer Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie Verhandlungen 25(1): 335-343 (1993)

Why the lesser grey shrike (Lanius minor) survives in Slovakia: food and habitat preferences, breeding biology
, Folia Zoologica 444: 325-334 (1995)

Why the long face? Prey capture in trumpetfishes
, Unknown (2006)

Why the problem of reductionism in biological science will not go away
, Growth 51(1): 22-34 (1987)

Why the pygmy nuthatch does not belong on the Minnesota state list
, Loon. Summer; 692: 90-92 (1997)

Why the pygmy nuthatch should be included on the Minnesota state list
, Loon. Summer; 692: 93-94 (1997)

Why the red-shouldered hawk is a broad-winged hawk
, a Scotia BirdsAutumn; 43(4): 6 (2001)

Why the scale insects (Homoptera, Coccinea) are unusual
, Internationales Symposium ueber Entomofaunistik in Mitteleuropa 10: 325-327 (1984)

Why the shark bites
, Natural History, 9611: 94, 96-99 (1987)

Why there are no ant slave rebellions
, American Naturalist 1175: 779-781 (1981)

Why there is a need of an ethics committee in scientific medical societies
, Digestive Diseases 26(1): 32-35 (2008)

Why there is similar disease mechanism with chronic inflammatory disease? FT Warum gibt es analoge Krankheitsmechanismen bei chronisch entzundlichen Krankheiten?
, Unknown (2007)

Why they aren't where they aren't
, Wyoming Wildlife 5012: 21-28 (1986)

Why they live where they live
, American Conchologist 201: 12-13 (1992)

Why they live where they live. Part 2. Stay-at-homes
, American Conchologist 191: 24-25 (1991)

Why they live where they live: world travellers
, American Conchologist 184: 16-17 (1990)

Why this journal was created
, Unknown (2007)

Why traumatic leg amputees are at increased risk for cardiovascular diseases
, Qjm: Monthly Journal of the Association of Physicians 101(4): 251-259 (2008)

Why treat severe Alzheimer's disease? An evidence-based approach
, Unknown (2007)

Why tropical squirrels carry seeds out of source crowns
, Journal of Tropical Ecology 12: 183-186 (1985)

Why ultrasound?
, Endeavour (Oxford): 32: 57-62 (1979)

Why use population entropy? It determines the rate of convergence
, Journal of Mathematical Biology 133: 325-337 (1982)

Why was 1887 an exceptional year for vagrant butterflies in Britain?
, Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation, 1041-2: 25-31 (1992)

Why was the invasion of the river Rhine by Corophium curvispinum and Corbicula species so successful?
, Journal of Natural History 26(6): 1121-1129 (1992)

Why was there a wood pigeon cooing on Boxing Day?
, Anser 321: 53-54 (1993)

Why we are inclined to reveal mainly reductions in evolutionary morphological reconstructions?
, Zhurnal Obshchei Biologii 54(1): 104-114 (1993)

Why we feel what other people feel: Mirror neurons and the relevance of biofeedback in training new potential
, Unknown (2007)

Why we have fewer hares
, Game Conservancy Annual Review 14: 51-61 (1983)

Why we have to cut down trees
, Warnact News 55: 4-5 (1986)

Why we measure teenage pregnancy but do not count teenage mothers?
, Critical Public Health 17(4): 311-316 (2007)

Why we need ESS signalling theory
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B Biological Sciences 340(1292): 245-250 (1993)

Why we need captive breeding
, American Zoo and Aquarium Association Regional Conference Proceedings, 77-86 (1996)

Why we need large-scale networks and megareserves: how to design them
, Wild Earth. Spring; 91: 66-72 (1999)

Why we need to save the medicinal leech
, Oryx 162: 165-168 (1981)

Why we should care and what we should do
, WHO Author Guidelines for poison control 359-367 (1997)

Why we should routinely screen Asian American adults for hepatitis B: a cross-sectional study of Asians in California
, Hepatology 46(4): 1034-1040 (2007)

Why we should sub-divide CKD stage 3 into early (3a) and late (3b) components
, Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation: Official Publication of the European Dialysis and Transplant Association - European Renal Association 22(9): 2728-2729 (2007)

Why were the effects of M74 mortality not visible in the spawning run of Baltic salmon in 1997 in the Gulf of Bothnia?
, Boreal Environment Research 34: 421-422 (1999)

Why were there so many grain aphids among the moths in my light trap?
, Suffolk Natural History 23: 18-23 (1987)

Why women with breast cancer do not return for surveillance mammography.
, Unknown (2007)

Why woodland birds do not prefer wooded ridges
, Amoeba 638: 139-143 (1989)

Why worms?
, Australian Natural History 218: 341-343 (1985)

Why you need the SICB Digital Library: its place in current pedagogy
, Unknown (2006)

Why young coastal dune slacks sustain a high biodiversity
, Unknown (2008)

Why zebras are striped
, Swara. July-August; 154: 29-30 (1992)

Why zoo professionals must get more involved in legislation
, AAZPA Annual Conference Proceedings, 134-137 (1992)

Why zoos and aquariums should increase their contributions to in situ conservation
, American Zoo and Aquarium Association Annual Conference Proceedings, 126-139 (1999)

Why, after all, must it?
, Cladistics 82: 139-146 (1992)

Why, when and how to census birds?
, BTO News 128: 4-5 (1983)

Why, where, and when do cardiac myocytes express inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptors?
, American Journal of Physiology. Heart and Circulatory Physiology 294(2): H579-H581 (2007)

Why? - Common fish ailments
, Freshwater and Marine Aquarium 93: 8-10 (1986)

Why? Maintaining magnetic drive power filters
, Freshwater and Marine Aquarium 95: 15-19 (1986)

Why? Setting up an aquarium for the first time or changing to a more advanced system
, Freshwater and Marine Aquarium 94: 53-55 (1986)

Why? Urticating hairs
, Journal of the British Tarantula Society. Summer; 151: 13-14 (1999)

Why? why? why? Questions on the theme "botulin toxin in the urology" FT Wieso? Weshalb? Warum? - Fragen zum Thema ,,Botulinumtoxin in der Urologie"
, Unknown (2007)

Whyte's barbet eating millipede
, Honeyguide ch; 44(1): 30-31 (1998)

Whytecliff Park, North America's first no take marine protected area
, American Zoo and Aquarium Association Annual Conference Proceedings, 409-414 (1995)

Wichita State University natural area
, Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 91(1-2): 46-47 (1988)

Wichmannella (Rocaleberidinae, Ostracoda) im Pliozan von Chile
, Mitteilungen der Bayerischen Staatssammlung fuer Palaeontologie und Historische Geologie 18: 45-52 (1978)

Wichtige Adressen
, Falke Taschenkalender fuer Vogelbeobachter 2003: 253-272 (2002)

Wichtige Brut- und Rastvogelgebiete in Niedersachsen
, Unknown (2000)

Wichtige Futterpflanzen fur die Aufzucht von Stieglizen
, Unknown (1996)

Wichtige Schadinsekten der Cucurbitaceae in Saudi-Arabien
, Anzeiger fuer Schaedlingskunde Pflanzenschutz Umweltschutz 561: 6-9 (1983)

Wichtigere Streufunde aus der Wilbeltierpalaontologischen Sammlung der Ungarischen geologischen Anstalt
, Magyar Allami Foldtani Intezet Evi Jelentese 1980: 385-394 (1982)

Wichtigere Streufunde aus der Wirbeltierpalaontologischen Sammlung der Ungarischen Geologischen Anstalt
, Unknown (1977)

Wichtigere Streufunde in der Wirbeltiersammlung der Ungarischen Anstalt (6. Mitteilung)
, Magyar Allami Foldtani Intezet Evi Jelentese 1979: 483-490 (1981)

Wichtigste Mortalitatsfaktoren wahrend der prapupalen Entwicklung der Olivenfliege, Dacus oleae Gmel. (Dipt., Tephritidae) auf Oleastern und kultivierten Oliven in Westkreta, Griechenland
, Zeitschrift Fuer Angewandte Entomologie: 924: 343-363 (1981)

Wicken Fen - 100 years either side of the millennium
, Nature in Cambridgeshire 41: 46-58 (1999)

Wicken Fen - the restoration of a wetland nature reserve
, British Wildlife 11(1): 37-46 (1999)

Wicket spikes in patients undergoing long-term video-EEG monitoring
, Unknown (2007)

Wickhampton heronry
, Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists Society Transactions 264: 203-204 (1983)

Wide QRS tachycardia with ventriculoatrial dissociation in early postoperative aortic valve replacement period: an atypical nodal reentry presentation
, Cardiology 109(1): 68-72 (2008)

Wide bacterial diversity associated with tubes of the vent worm Riftia pachyptila
, Environmental Microbiology 4(4): 204-215 (2002)

Wide confocal cytometry: a new approach to study proteomic and structural changes in the cell nucleus during the cell cycle
, Histochemistry and Cell Biology 129(1): 45-53 (2008)

Wide disparity in age of nestlings in a Say's phoebe nest from New Mexico
, Southwestern Naturalist 44(4): 540-542 (1999)

Wide dispersal and patchy recruitment: the consequences for local populations of an intertidal barnacle
, New Zealand Marine Sciences Society Newsletter 26: 23-24 (1983)

Wide distribution and subcellular localization of histamine in sympathetic nervous systems of different species
, Neuroscience Research 59(2): 231-236 (2007)

Wide distribution of the skin type I collagen 3 chain in bony fish
, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B Comparative Biochemistry 1022: 255-260 (1992)

Wide dynamic range phase-sensitive surface plasmon resonance biosensor based on measuring the modulation harmonics
, Biosensors and Bioelectronics 23(5): 627-632 (2007)

Wide fluctuations in the Finnish population of the great grey shrike Lanius excubitor during recent decades
, Ornis Fennica 73(1): 35-38 (1996)

Wide genetic diversity of Rosa damascena Mill. germplasm in Iran as revealed by RAPD analysis
, Scientia Horticulturae 115(4): 0-392 (2008)

Wide home ranges for widely foraging lizards
, Zoology 111(1): 37-47 (2008)

Wide local excision with resection of cavity margins - Is it overkill or astuteness?
, Unknown (2007)

Wide local excision with resection of cavity margins: is it really necessary?
, EJC Suppls 5(3): 5-6 (2007)

Wide range infection of Neoechinorhynchus Hamann, 1892 in the fresh water fishes of Jammu & Kashmir
, Unknown (1977)

Wide range transmitter sensitivities of a crustacean chloride channel
, NATO ASI (Advanced Science Institutes) Series Series A Life Sciences 188: 167-176 (1989)

Wide spread deaths and impact occurrences in the history of earth : A short overview FT Massensterben und Impaktereignisse in der Erdgeschichte: Ein kurzer Uberblick
, Unknown (2007)

Wide spread occurrence of ear-cockle disease of wheat in Bihar
, Indian Journal of Nematology: 129-130 (1994)

Wide therapeutic time window for Rho-kinase inhibition therapy in ischemic brain damage in a rat cerebral thrombosis model
, Brain Research 1193: 102-108 (2008)

Wide turn diversity in protein transmembrane helices implications for G-protein-coupled receptor and other polytopic membrane protein structure and function
, Molecular Pharmacology 73(4): 1092-1104 (2008)

Wide-angle diving lens
, Unknown (2007)

Wide-area estimates of stand structure and water use of Tamarix spp. on the Lower Colorado River: Implications for restoration and water management projects
, Restoration Ecology 16(1): 136-145 (2008)

Wide-eyed and legless
, Practical Fishkeeping, : 33 (1986)

Wide-field cone bipolar cells and the blue-ON pathway to color-coded ganglion cells in rabbit retina
, Visual Neuroscience 25(1): 53-66 (2008)

Wide-field nondirectional visual units in the pretectum: do they suppress ocular following of saccade-induced visual stimulation
, Journal of Neurophysiology 72(3): 1448-1450 (1994)

Wide-ranging Cymatium parthenopeum
, Hawaiian Shell News, 3011: 7 (1982)

Wide-ranging chimpanzees at Mt Assivik, Senegal
, International Journal of Primatology 34: 367-385 (1982)

Wide-spread occurrence and clonal variation in viruses which cause lysis of a cosmopolitan, eukaryotic marine phytoplankter, Micromonas pusilla
, Marine Ecology Progress Series 781: 1-9 (1991)

Wide-spread polymorphism of a tandem duplication in the region of the glycerol-3-phosphate dehydrogenase gene in Drosophila melanogaster
, Proceedings of the Japan Academy B Physical and Biological Sciences 64(1): 9-12 (1988)

Wideband SSFP: alternating repetition time balanced steady state free precession with increased band spacing
, Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 58(5): 931-938 (2007)

Wideband inhibition modulates the effect of onset asynchrony as a grouping cue
, Unknown (2007)

Widefield and high-resolution reflectance imaging of gold and silver nanospheres
, Journal of Biomedical Optics 12(5): 051505 (2007)

Widelnice (Plecoptera) rzeki Lubrzanki
, Unknown (1983)

Widelnice - Plecoptera
, Unknown (2002)

Widely used endothelial progenitor cell assays define different classes of circulating progenitor cells
, Unknown (2007)

Widening ethnic disparities in infant mortality in southern Brazil: comparison of 3 birth cohorts
, American Journal of Public Health 98(4): 692 (2008)

Widening inequalities in MMR vaccine uptake rates among ethnic groups in an urban area of the UK during a period of vaccine controversy (1994-2000)
, Vaccine 25(43): 7516-7519 (2007)

Widening of area and increasing the crop capasity in Russia in the XX century on the basis of development of native selection
, Sel'skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya 5: 15-25 (2007)

Widening of black woodpecker area of distribution in the Ukraine
, Vestnik Zoologii 4: 86-87 (1983)

Widening the scope, targeting interventions, creating risk groups: maternal and child health in Denmark and Sweden from 1930s and onwards
, Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 62(5): 382-386 (2008)

Wider den Stachel.
, Mikrokosmos 745: 129-135 (1985)

Widerlegt Gutmanns hydraulische Morphologie den Darwinismus?
, Aufsaetze und Reden der Senckenbergischen Naturforschenden Gesellschaft 43: 199-211 (1995)

Widerspread septic peripheral emboli from acute Enterococcus faecalis aortic valve endocarditis in a 39-year-old patient, drug addict FT Endocardite aortique aigue a Enterococcus faecalis avec multiples emboles septiques peripheriques chez un toxicomane de 39 ans
, Unknown (2007)

Widerstandsarme Stromungskorper - Optimalformen nach Patenten der Natur
, Unknown (1996)

Widerstandsfahige Uberlebenskunstler. Taubenzecken konnen mehrere Jahre hungern
, Praktische Schaedlingsbekaempfer. Januar; 471: 25-29 (1995)

Widespread delta-like-1 expression in normal adult mouse tissue and injured endothelium is reflected by expression of the Dll1LacZ locus
, Journal of Vascular Research 45(1): 1-9 (2008)

Widespread and structured distributions of blood parasite haplotypes across a migratory divide of the Swainson's thrush (Catharus ustulatus)
, Journal of Parasitology 93(6): 1488-1495 (2007)

Widespread boron deficiency in water-eroded soils of Pothwar plateau in Pakistan: Identification, establishment and management
, Unknown (2007)

Widespread brain distribution of the Drosophila metabotropic glutamate receptor
, Neuroreport 19(3): 367-371 (2008)

Widespread contribution of methane-cycle bacteria to the diets of lake profundal chironomid larvae
, Ecology 89(3): 857-864 (2008)

Widespread coral mortality and the 1982-83 El Nino warming event
, Environmental Conservation 112: 133-146 (1984)

Widespread deficiencies of sulfur, boron, and zinc in Indian semi-arid tropical soils: On-farm crop responses
, Journal of Plant Nutrition 30(10-12): 1569-1583 (2007)

Widespread deficiencies of sulphur, boron and zinc in dryland soils of
, Unknown (2007)

Widespread disease in Caribbean sea fans: 2. Patterns of infection and tissue loss
, Marine Ecology Progress Series 160: 255-263 (1997)

Widespread disruption in brain activation patterns to a working memory task during cocaine abstinence
, Brain Research 1171: 83-92 (2007)

Widespread distribution in pathogenic bacteria of di-iron proteins that repair oxidative and nitrosative damage to iron-sulfur centers
, Journal of Bacteriology 190(6): 2004-2013 (2008)

Widespread distribution of some estuarine crustaceans (Cyathura polita, Chiridotea almyra, Almyracuma proximoculi) in the limnetic zone of the lower Hudson River, New York
, Estuaries 84: 373-380 (1985)

Widespread endocrine disruption and reproductive impairment in an estuarine fish population exposed to seasonal hypoxia
, Proceedings. Biological Sciences 274(1626): 2693-2701 (2007)

Widespread evolutionary conservation of alternatively spliced exons in Caenorhabditis
, Molecular Biology and Evolution 25(2): 375-382 (2008)

Widespread hybridization between native Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, and introduced brown trout, S. trutta, in eastern Newfoundland
, Journal of Fish Biology 323: 327-334 (1988)

Widespread immunoreactivity for neuronal nuclei in cultured human and rodent astrocytes
, Journal of Neurochemistry 104(5): 1201-1209 (2008)

Widespread inhibition proportional to excitation controls the gain of a leech behavioral circuit
, Neuron 57(2): 276-289 (2008)

Widespread maculopapular rash due to intramuscular interferon beta-1a during the treatment of multiple sclerosis
, Multiple Sclerosis 14(2): 259-261 (2008)

Widespread nonhematopoietic tissue distribution by transplanted human progenitor cells with high aldehyde dehydrogenase activity
, Stem Cells 26(3): 611-620 (2008)

Widespread occurrence and phylogenetic placement of a soil clone group adds a prominent new branch to the fungal tree of life
, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 46(2): 635-644 (2008)

Widespread occurrence in frogs and toads of skin compounds interacting with the ouabain site of Na+, K+-ATPase
, Science 208(4443): 503-505 (1980)

Widespread occurrence of phage-encoded exotoxin genes in terrestrial
, Unknown (2006)

Widespread occurrence of populations of the unique autotrophic ciliate Mesodinium rubrum (Ciliophora: Haptorida) in brackish and saline lakes of the Vestfold Hills (eastern Antarctica)
, Polar Biology 15(6): 423-428 (1995)

Widespread periodic intrinsic connections in the tree shrew visual cortex
, Science 215(4539): 1532-1534 (1982)

Widespread phagocytosis of ciliates and other protists by marine mixotrophic and heterotrophic thecate dinoflagellates
, Journal of Phycology 32(2): 279-285 (1996)

Widespread presaccadic recruitment of neck muscles by stimulation of
, Unknown (2007)

Widespread recovery of dogwhelks, Nucella lapillus (L.), from tributyltin contamination in the North Sea and Clyde Sea
, Marine Pollution Bulletin 32(3): 263-269 (1996)

Widespread taxa and biogeographic congruence
, Advances in Cladistics 1: 223-227 (1981)

Widespread white matter changes in Kennedy disease: a voxel based morphometry study
, Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery and Psychiatry 78(11): 1209-1212 (2007)

Widgeon falling prey to grey seal
, British Birds, 797: 338 (1986)

Widgeons in the Wormer and Jisperveld.
, Watervogels 34: 175-181 (1978)

Widlife - sleeping partners in agroforestry systems in Pakistan
, Tigerpaper (Bangkok): 173: 10-14 (1990)

Widowbirds of the Mara
, CCA Ecological Journal 5: 179 (2003)

Widowhood in the era of HIV/AIDS: a case study of Slaya District, Kenya
, Sahara J: Journal of Social Aspects of Hiv/Aids Research Alliance 4(2): 606-615 (2007)

Width of the contractile region in sand dollar (Echinarachnius parma) egg cleavage furrows
, Bulletin of the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory 3(5): 4 (1996)

Wie 'sehen' Molekule? Primarprozesse bei der Photorezeption wirbelloser Tiere
, Umschau in Wissenschaft und Tecknik 4018: 562-565 (1980)

Wie Affen denken: kognitive Prozesse beim Losen von Problembox-Aufgaben, Untersuchungen mit verschiedenen Primaten
, Unknown (1997)

Wie Aquarianer die Mikroben fordern konnen. Ein Lob der Unsichtbaren
, DATZ 45(9): 594-595 (1992)

Wie Bienen ihre Konigin erkennen
, Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau, 427: 289 (1989)

Wie Bienen miteinander Sprechen
, Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau 4510: 392-396 (1992)

Wie Chinchillas Heimtiere wurden
, Unknown (2001)

Wie Fische schwimmen
, Archaeopteryx 12: 25-34 (1994)

Wie Fischeschwimmen
, Aquaria (St Gallen): 3210: 146-154 (1985)

Wie Fledermause sich einmal ernahrt haben
, Umschau in Wissenschaft und Tecknik 7915: 482-484 (1979)

Wie Insekten sich gegen Krankheitserreger und Parasiten verteidigen
, Sitzungsberichte der Gesellschaft Naturforschender Freunde zu Berlin 22: 33-48 (1982)

Wie Kommt der Fisch ins Ei? oder Wie wird aus einem Ei ein Fisch?
, Aquarium (Bornheim) 20(203): 248-252 (1986)

Wie Lange halt die Nordsee das noch aus?
, Kosmos (Stuttgart): 803: 40-49 (1984)

Wie Maulbruten entsteht. Maulbrutende Kampffische
, Aquarium (Bornheim) 28(1): 10-14 (1992)

Wie Nervenfasern zu ihren Zielen finden
, Unknown (1997)

Wie Schnecken sich winden und andere Skurrilitaten der Schale
, Club Conchylia Informationen 28(1-2): 40-43 (1996)

Wie Schwammfliegen Vibrationen erzeugen
, Galathea Suppl 3: 11-13 (1997)

Wie Singvogel auf Feindrufe hassen lernen
, Journal fuer Ornithologie 1192: 231-233 (1978)

Wie Spinnen Beute machen
, Urania Leipzig 57(1): 68-71 (1981)

Wie Spinnen der Familie Uloboridae ihre Beute einspinnen und verzehren
, Verhandlungen des Naturwissenschaftlichen Vereins in Hamburg 25: 147-167 (1982)

Wie Spinnen ihre Netze befestigen
, Unknown (1996)

Wie Tiere sich aus dem Wege gehen
, Kosmos (Stuttgart). Januar; 1: 62-64 (1991)

Wie Vampirfledermause (Desmodus rotundus) ihre Zahne Scharfen
, Zeitschrift fuer Saeugetierkunde 485: 269-277 (1983)

Wie Vogel ihre Kleider wechseln
, Unknown (1994)

Wie Wurger Konflikte vermeiden
, Unknown (1994)

Wie alt Konnen Scyphomedusen werden?
, Zoologische Beitraeg 272(3): 491-495 (1982)

Wie alt ist meine Leuchtstofflampe?
, Aquarien Magazin 149: 458-459 (1980)

Wie alt werden unsere Aquarienfische?
, Aquarium (Bornheim) (248): 2-3 (1990)

Wie alt werden unsere Fische?
, Aquarien Magazin 202: 47-50 (1986)

Wie atmen Schildkroten wirklich? Ein leider nicht nur historischer Ruckblick
, Tier und Museum 13: 64-66 (1989)

Wie atmen unsere Fische? Gegenstromprinzip bei der Sauerstoffaufnahme
, Aquarien Magazin 131: 3-4 (1979)

Wie bauen Labyrinthfische ihre Schaumnester?
, Unknown (2000)

Wie baut man billig ein Haus?
, Mikrokosmos. Januar; 831: 41-42 (1994)

Wie beeinflussen Fruktifikationen der Rotbuche Fagus sylvatica Bestandsdichte and Brutbiologie des Kleibers Sitta europaea im Harz?
, Vogelwelt 124(4): 200 (2003)

Wie beeinflussen die Sinne das Verhalten? Neue Wege zum Verstandnis der Arbeitsweise des Gehirns
, Umschau in Wissenschaft und Tecknik 787: 217-221 (1978)

Wie beeinflussen die chlorierten Kohlenwasserstoffe die Schalenbildung
, Journal fuer Ornithologie 1193: 339-340 (1978)

Wie behandelt eigentlich der Fischadler seine Nahrung?
, Unknown (2000)

Wie behindert Regenwetter den Sperber (Accipiter nisus) bei der Jagd?
, Ornithologische Mitteilungen 429: 223-226 (1990)

Wie benutzt man ein gonopodium?
, Unknown (2000)

Wie das Leben angeblich auf der Erde landete. Bermerkungen zur Wiedererweckung der Kontaminationshypothese
, Biologische Rundschau 265: 249-254 (1988)

Wie der Wendehals mits seiner Nahrung haushalt
, Kosmos (Stuttgart): 845: 58-59 (1988)

Wie dicht konnen Flussseeschwalben Sterna hirundo bruten? Extremsituationen auf Brutflossen
, Unknown (1998)

Wie die Bienen Pollen sammeln
, Mikrokosmos 681: 26-30 (1979)

Wie die Fische laichen. Barbus filamentosus, mit der Kamera beobachtet
, Aquarium (Bornheim) 19(197): 579-582 (1985)

Wie die Schildbuerger - Waldbaumlaeufer Certhia familiaris beim Nestbau
, Limicola 15(3): 166-170 (2001)

Wie ein Blatt im Wind. Das Wandelnde Blatt Phyllium celebicum im Terrarium
, Unknown (1999)

Wie ein Brillenpinguin (Spheniscus demersus) das Fressen lernt
, Gefiederte Welt 104(9): 179-180 (1980)

Wie entstand die Vogelwarte Helgoland?
, Beitraege zur Naturkunde Niedersachsens 401: 54-56 (1987)

Wie erfolgreich bejagen Stichlinge einen verwirrenden Beuteschwarm?
, Umschau in Wissenschaft und Tecknik 8013: 408-409 (1980)

Wie erkennt man die Versauerung von Fliessgewassern? Chemische und zoookologische Indikation entlang eines Versauerungsgradienten in zwei Bachen des Westharzes
, VDI Berichte 1992); 901(2): 1211-1230 (1992)

Wie fangt man Vieraugenfische? Freilandbeobachtungen an Anableps microlepis auf Trinidad
, Unknown (1996)

Wie fotografieren wir Lurche und Reptilien?
, Aquarien Magazin 145: 218-221 (1980)

Wie fressen die Fische? Das Gebiss verrat (nicht) alles
, Tauchen 6: 16-21 (1987)

Wie funktionieren Hecke-Feld-Interaktionen? Beispiel Getreideblattlause und aphidophage Insekten
, Martin-Luther-Universitaet Halle-Wittenberg Wissenschaftliche Beitraege 6: 300-304 P 46 (1991)

Wie funktioniert die innere Uhr?
, Biologie in Unserer Zeit 141: 13-19 (1984)

Wie gefahrlich sind Spinnenbissvergiftungen wirklich?
, Natur und Museum (Frankfurt am Main): 1177: 197-207 (1987)

Wie gehen COPD-Patienten mit ihrer erkrankung um? psychologische grundlagen
, Unknown (2007)

Wie geht es dem Weisstorch heute? Boom auf bruechiger Basis
, Unknown (2003)

Wie geht es der Pflanzen- und Tierwelt nach der Spulung?
, Unknown (1996)

Wie geht es mit der Aufzucht der Przewalski-Wildpferde (Equus przewalskii Polj., 1881) weiter
, Equus 21: 18-20 (1980)

Wie geht's den Dohlen in der Schweiz? Dem Menschen auf den Fersen
, Unknown (1991)

Wie gross ist das raumliche Auflosungsvermogen des Auges von Nassa mutabilis L. (Gastropoda, Prosobranchia)?
, Verhandlungen der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft 79: 238-239 (1986)

Wie gross ist der audiovisuelle Erfassungsgrad von Singvogeln zur Nachbrutzeit? Versuch einer Quantifizierung
, Vogelwelt 1145: 186-198 (1993)

Wie gross mussen Naturschutzbebiete sein?
, Seevoegel 34: 115-120 (1982)

Wie gut schatzen hausarzt-patienten den zeitbedarf einer konsultation ein?
, DMW Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 133(3): 67-70 ( 2008)

Wie halten sich Mehlschwalben-Nester auf Holz?
, Unknown (2000)

Wie harmlos sind Schlangen?
, Aquarien- und Terrarien-Zeitschrift 31(10): 353-358 (1978)

Wie haufig erscheint die Weisskopfruderente in Georgien?
, Unknown (1999)

Wie haufig sind Nester des Pirols (Oriolus oriolus) uber dem Wasser?
, Unknown (1995)

Wie hoch ist der Borgehalt in den Oberflachengewassern der Bundesrepublik Deutschland?
, Informationen fuer die Fischwirtschaft des Auslandes 22(2): 54-55 (1975)

Wie ich Terrarianer wurde- Haltungs- und Zuchterfahrungen bei Phelsuma madagascariensis
, Aquarien- und Terrarien-Zeitschrift 32(7): 277-282 (1985)

Wie ich meine Prachtfinken futterte
, Gefiederte Welt 114(10): 304-305 (1990)

Wie ich zu meinen Nothos kam
, DKG Journal. Januar; 271: 8-11 (1995)

Wie kann Kannibalismus eine evolutionar stabile Strategie sein? Ein Modell
, Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft fuer Oekologie 19(3): 719-726 (1991)

Wie kann der Beringer dem Parasitologen helfen?
, Aquarien Magazin 27(3): 88-93 (1980)

Wie kann man Evolution im Biologieunterricht veranschaulichen?
, Mathematische und Naturwissenschaftliche Unterricht 445: 287-291 (1991)

Wie kann und soll man Artenschutz begrunden?
, Unknown (1999)

Wie kommen Reste hochnordischer Seesauger in den Boden unseres Binnenlandes?
, Beitraege zur Naturkunde Niedersachsens 382: 103-106 (1985)

Wie kommt der Dotter ins Ei? Insektenoogenese als Modell fur rezeptorvermittelte Endozytose
, Verhandlungen der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft 81: 250-251 (1988)

Wie laicht der Gestreckte Facherfisch? Beobachtungen bei der Pflege und Zucht von Cynolebias elongatus
, Aquarien Magazin 122: 86-93 (1978)

Wie lang noch tanzt der Marchenvogel?
, Kosmos (Stuttgart): 7410: 750-754 (1978)

Wie lang wird die 'grosste Riesenschlange der Erde'?
, Aquarien- und Terrarien-Zeitschrift 27(11): 375-379 (1980)

Wie lange bleibt der Aal im Susswasser?
, Fischer and Teichwirt. Mai; 445: 170 (1993)

Wie lange bleibt die hautreizende Wirkung der Brennhaare von Raupen und Imagines einiger Schmetterlingsarten bestehen? (Lep., Thaumetopoeidae, Lymantriidae, Saturnidae)
, Entomologische Nachrichten und Berichte 353: 157-159 (1991)

Wie lange lebt ein Amarant?
, Gefiederte Welt 107(6): 149-150 (1983)

Wie laufen Tiere?
, Sitzungsberichte der Gesellschaft Naturforschender Freunde zu Berlin 28: 109-120 (1988)

Wie legt der Kuckuck seine Eier in die Wirtsvogelnester
, Gefiederte Welt 102(4): 68-69 (1978)

Wie lnsekten-Mannchen von Orchideenbluten getauscht werden - Bestaubungstricks und Evolution in der mediterranen Ragwurzgattung Ophrys
, Denisia 20: 255-294 (2007)

Wie lokal ist die Wirkung einer Druckinjektion verschiedener Neuropharmaka im 2. und 3. optischen Lobus der Fliege?
, Verhandlungen der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft 79: 234-235 (1986)

Wie man Pilzmucken zuchtet (Dipt., Mycetophylidae)
, Entomologische Berichte (Berlin): 2: 100 (1978)

Wie man Watvoegel der Gattung Wasserlaeufer bestimmt. Wer stochert vor dem Hide?
, Unknown (2003)

Wie man auf den Skalar kommt
, DCG-Informationen 243: 49-52 (1993)

Wie man mit den Ohren Beute machen und die Welt erkennen kann. Zur Echoortung der Fledermause
, Sitzungsberichte der Gesellschaft Naturforschender Freunde zu Berlin 34: 45-68 (1995)

Wie man planktonfressende Wirbellose im Seewasser-Aquarium gezielt futtern kann
, Aquarium (Bornheim): 15149: 599-600 (1981)

Wie meistern Mehlschwalben Delichon urbica Nahrungsengpasse?
, Ornithologische Mitteilungen 50(10): 288-292 (1998)

Wie natuerlich sind die Fischpopulationen im Nationalpark?
, Unknown (2003)

Wie nutzen Bilche (Gliridae) und Meisen (Paridae) das Angebot kunstlicher Nisthohlen im Wald? Ergebnisse aus dem Gemeindewald Leingarten 1980-1990
, Unknown (1996)

Wie nutzen Feldheuschrecken (Caelifera: Gomphocerinae) ihr Habitat?
, Unknown (1997)

Wie nutzen Tiere ihr Habitat? - Ergebnisse der Verhaltensforschung als Ausgangspunkt fur Naturschutzmassnahmen
, Ornithologische Beobachter 92(3): 287-296 (1995)

Wie nutzen Wasserfledermause, Myotis daubentonii (Kuhl, 1817), ihre Tagesquartiere?
, Zeitschrift fuer Saeugetierkunde ust; 61(4): 202-214 (1996)

Wie nutzlich sind dichotome Bestimmungstabellen?
, Entomologische Zeitschrift 89(4): 33-41 (1979)

Wie oft bruten Schamadrosseln in einer Zuchtsaison? Erstaunliche Erlebnisse und Erfahrungen
, Gefiederte Welt 116(1): 18-21 (1992)

Wie optimiert der Rauhfusskauz (Aegolius funereus) seine Reproduktionsrate?
, Unknown (1996)

Wie orten Oberflachenfische die Anflugnahrung? Versuche mit dem Streifenhechtling
, Aquarien Magazin 1511: 724-729 (1981)

Wie reagiert der Schwarzspecht auf den Angriff des Sperbers?
, Unknown (1998)

Wie richtet Flussseeschwalbenkolonie (Sterna hirundo) ihr Abwehrverhalten auf den Feinddruck durch Silbermowen (Larus argentatus) ein?
, Zeitschrift Fuer Tierpsychologie: 664: 265-288 (1984)

Wie rot sind Rote Listen? Kritische Bemerkungen nach Abschluss einer Flora des Peiner Raumes
, Beitraege zur Naturkunde Niedersachsens 471: 1-6 (1994)

Wie ruft der Waldkuckuck (Cuculus saturatus)?
, Ornithologische Mitteilungen 441: 16-18 (1992)

Wie schadigen die chlorierten Kohlenwasserstoffe die Vogel?
, Oekologie der Voegel 3: 33-38 (1981)

Wie schadlich ist die Aalschleppnetzfischerei in der Ostsee?
, Informationen fuer die Fischwirtschaft 391: 21-26 (1992)

Wie schlaft eigentlich der Schweinswal?
, Unknown (1997)

Wie schnell totet die Hausmannsche Uferfalle Bisame (Ondatra zibethicus)?
, Unknown (1996)

Wie sehen Insekten polarisiertes Licht? (Diptera, Syrphidae, Tabanidae)
, Nachrichtenblatt der Bayerischen Entomologen 401: 6-12 (1991)

Wie selten konnen Tiere sein?
, Mitteilungen der Entomologischen Gesellschaft Basel 1 Dezember; 434: 163-166 (1993)

Wie sicher ist der Geschlechtsnachweis bei Vogeln mit Hilfe der Sexchromatinbestimmung?
, Ornithologische Mitteilungen 317: 166-168 (1979)

Wie sicher sind geklebte Glasaquarien?
, Aquarien Magazin 153: 176-178 (1981)

Wie sind Ammoniten geschwommen?
, Unknown (2000)

Wie sind die neuen Empfehlungen der europaischen Gesellschaft fur Kardiologie zur Struktur, Organisation und Arbeit von kardiologischen Intensivstationen auf regionaler Ebene umsetzbar?
, Unknown (2007)

Wie singt der wilde Kanarienvogel?
, Gefiederte Welt 105(11): 210-222 (1981)

Wie sinnvoll ist Saison-Faunistik?
, Unknown (2004)

Wie sollen avifaunistische Daten erhoben und ausgewertet werden?
, Anzeiger des Vereins Thueringer Ornithologen. Dezember; 22: 65-72 (1994)

Wie spinnen ihren Nachwuchs pflegen
, Kosmos (Stuttgart): 791: 74-83 (1983)

Wie sprechen Fische miteinander?
, Unknown (1977)

Wie steht es heute um die Fischerei in der Steiermark?
, Oesterreichs Fischerei 4510: 244-246 (1992)

Wie steht es um den Star?
, Falke 352: 65-67 (1988)

Wie stellen Robben den Druckausgleich her?
, Tauchen 47: 66 (1981)

Wie stellen wir uns heute das Orientierungssystem der Vogel vor?
, Natur und Museum (Frankfurt am Main): 10910: 321-329 (1979)

Wie steuert das Gehirn komplexe Verhaltensweisen?
, Unknown (1995)

Wie teilbar ist Landschaft? - Untersuchungen zum Einfluss von Strassen auf uberwinternde Blessganse (Anser albifrons) am Dollart
, Unknown (1998)

Wie tief sinkt der Wasserfloh?
, Tauchen 27: 14-17 (1979)

Wie uberlebt man besser? 'K- und r-Strategien' im Existenzkampf einheimischer Tiere
, Ornithologische Mitteilungen, 354: 108 (1983)

Wie ueberleben Reliktpopulationen? Freilandbeobachtungen zur Bionomie brandenburgischer Smaragdeidechsen Lacerta viridis (Laurenti, 1768)
, Mertensiella 31 Dezember; 13: 204-214 (2001)

Wie unterscheide ich die Heidelerche Lullula arborea von der Feldlerche Alauda arvensis?
, Ornithologische Mitteilungen 46(8): 206-207 (1994)

Wie unterscheiden sich Rhantus exsoletus Forst. und Rhantus latitans Sharp? (Col., Dytiscidae)
, Mitteilungen der Entomologischen Gesellschaft Basel 32(4): 104-105 (1982)

Wie verandern Flurbereinigung und intensive Bearbeitung im Weinberg die Zonose der epigaischen Spinnen?
, Arachnologische Mitteilungen. Dezember; 10: 1-10 (1995)

Wie verfaelscht der persoenliche Faktor die Ergebnisse von Vogelerfassungen?
, Unknown (2001)

Wie verhalten sich Vogel und Mause an einem Futterplatz?
, Unknown (1999)

Wie verhinden Stigmen den Wasserverlust?
, Verhandlungen der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft 75: 262 (1982)

Wie verstandigen sich Frosche?
, Unknown (1996)

Wie viel ist eine antidepressive Behandlung wert?
, Unknown (2007)

Wie viele Arten der rezenten Insekten kennen wir? Ein Basisproblem der Biodiversitaetsforschung
, Unknown (2001)

Wie viele Arten? Der Stand der Forschung gegen Ende des Jahrhunderts
, Palaeontologische Zeitschrift 67(1-2): 215-222 (1993)

Wie viele Tagfalterarten gibt es in einem Habitat? Eine oekologische Fallstudie in Norditalien (Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera)
, Nachrichten des Entomologischen Vereins Apollo i; 23(1-2): 1-6 (2002)

Wie viele Tauben gibt es in mitteleuropaischen Stadten?
, Unknown (1998)

Wie viele Tierarten leben in Osterreich? Erfassung, Hochrechnung und Abschatzung
, Unknown (1998)

Wie viele Zygaenenunterarten braucht Katalonien? (Lepidoptera, Zygaenidae) - eine unaufgeforderte Erwiderung
, Nachrichten des Entomologischen Vereins Apollo. Mai; 141: 1-21 (1993)

Wie von der Tarantel gestochen
, Aquarium (Bornheim) (261): 39-42 (1991)

Wie wachst der Alveolarechinokokkus?
, Tropenmedizin Und Parasitologie: 291: 1-11 (1978)

Wie weit entfernt sich Sympecma fusca (Vander Linden) wahrend der Reifungszeit vom Brutgewasser? (Zygoptera: Lestidae)
, Unknown (1997)

Wie werden. Schmerlen gezuchtet?
, Aquarien- und Terrarien-Zeitschrift 40(3): 103-106 (1987)

Wie wichtig ist Systematik fur Biologen und Okologen?
, Unknown (1999)

Wie wir Amadinen in der Gemeinschaftsvoliere halten
, Gefiederte Welt 109(5): 125-127 (1985)

Wie wir Lahol auf dem Pallastunturi fanden. Auf Vogelsafari in Lappland
, Mitteilungen des Ornithologischen Vereins zu Hildesheim E. V. 15: 135-139 (1994)

Wie wird im Verlauf der Evolution optimiert? 'Erfindungen' im Komplexauge der Stubenfliege
, Biona Report 8: 39-52 (1992)

Wie wirken Flugzeuge auf Vogel? Eine bewertende Ubersicht
, Unknown (1998)

Wie wirksam schutzt das Schutzgebiet?
, Kosmos (Stuttgart): 823: 30-37 (1986)

Wie wirkt sich Schilfmahd auf die Brutbiologie der Rohrammer aus?
, Falke Taschenkalender fuer Vogelbeobachter 2003: 171-178 (2002)

Wie wirkt sich die Witterung auf die Brutdauer der Rauchschwalbe (Hirundo rustica) und anderer Vogel aus?
, Ornithologische Mitteilungen 378: 199-202 (1985)

Wie wirkt sich die Zunahme von Mais- und Rapsanbau auf die Vogelwelt aus?
, Vogelkundliche Hefte Edertal 16: 55-64 (1990)

Wie zaait, zal oogsten. Dat geldt ook voor onze weidevogels
, Unknown (1994)

Wie zuverlassig ist das Artkennzeichen 'Helles Nackenband' der Heidelerche Lullula arborea?
, Ornithologische Mitteilungen 4412: 318-319 (1992)

Wie zuverlassig ist die skeletochronologische Altersbestimmung bei der Geburtshelferkrote Alytes obstetricans?
, Unknown (1997)

Wie zuverlassig sind unsere Krebsstatistiken? Krebsfalle im Hamburger Sektionsgut
, DMW Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 132(40): 2067-2070 (2007)

Wie zweischichtig sind die Coelenteraten?
, Unknown (1997)

Wie's den Falken und Eulen gefallt
, OrnisOktober; (5): 30-31 (1998)

Wie, wann und warum brullen Krokodile?
, Aquarien- und Terrarien-Zeitschrift 42(9): 553-555 (1989)

Wiedehopf (Upupa epops) zwei Monate im Winter am Niederrhein
, Charadrius 281: 55-57 (1992)

Wiedehopf Upupa epops brutet in einem Nistkasten
, Anzeiger der Ornithologischen Gesellschaft in Bayern 18(2-3): 189-190 (1979)

Wiedehopf besucht Bienenfresserkolonie
, Voegel der Heimat 57(12): 246-247 (1987)

Wiedehopfpaar zieht 13 Junge auf
, Gefiederte Welt 116(6): 194-196 (1992)

Wiedemannia (Chamaedipsia) lota Walker (Diptera: Empididae) from Northamptonshire
, Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation 92(7-8): 191-192 (1980)

Wiedemannia (Philolutra) koeppeni sp. n. aus Sibirien (Diptera, Empididae)
, Reichenbachia 1813: 89-91 (1980)

Wiedemannia escheri (Zetterstedt, 1838) and W. hirtiloba (Speiser, 1924), new synonyms of W. zetterstedti (Fallen, 1826)
, Aquatic Insects 103: 185-187 (1988)

Wiedemannia jadzewskii sp. n. and Hemerodromia mazoviensis sp. n., new species of Empididae (Diptera, Brachycera) from Poland
, Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 573: 519-522 (1987)

Wiedemannia lota Walker (Diptera, Empididae) in Denbighshire
, Dipterists Digest Second Series 23 July; 111: 24 (2004)

Wieder Abschusse von Steinadlern Aquila chrysaetos in Tirol?
, Monticola 5(56): 82-84 (1985)

Wieder Bartgeier in den Alpen?
, Voegel der Heimat 56(1-2): 12-15 (1985)

Wieder Baumfalke (Falco subbuteo) im Nest in Plastbindfaden gefangen
, Unknown (1994)

Wieder Biber in Osterreich
, Bericht der Naturhistorischen Gesellschaft zu Hannover 122: 82-86 (1979)

Wieder Fische in der Schwarzen Elster
, Fischer and Teichwirt. Juni; 446: 208 (1993)

Wieder Huchen in der Alz
, Fischer and Teichwirt. Januar; 461: 22 (1995)

Wieder Jagd auf Mausebussarde in Bayern!
, Gefiederte Welt 102(6): 118-119 (1978)

Wieder Schwarzkopfmoewenbrut (Larus melanocephalus) 1999 am Rohrsee RV, Baden-Wuerttemberg
, Unknown (2000)

Wieder Uhus in Schleswig-Holstein
, Gefiederte Welt 109(2): 32 (1985)

Wieder Zuchterfolg mit Blaustirnstelzenkrahen (Picathartes oreas) im Frankfurter Zoo
, Trochilus 62: 66-67 (1985)

Wieder aufgegriffen: Vogelschutz an Freileitungen - Pflichtaufgabe des Jahrzehnts
, Unknown (2004)

Wieder ein Bartgeier (Gypaetus barbatus) in den oesterreichischen Alpen
, Birds of Prey Bulletin 1: 99-101 (1983)

Wieder ein Bartgeier (Gypaetus barbatus) in den osterreichischen Alpen
, Egretta 25(2): 49-52 (1982)

Wieder ein Brutvorkommen des Wanderfalken (Falco peregrinus) im Trierer Raum
, Dendrocopos 17: 51-53 (1990)

Wieder ein Graslaufer (Tryngites subruficollis) im Rheindelta
, Egretta 212: 71-73 (1978)

Wieder ein Tuepfelsumpfhuhn (Porzana porzana) an einem Gartenteich
, Unknown (2001)

Wieder ein Weisswal an der DDR-Kuste
, Meer und Museum, 6: 60 (1990)

Wieder ein neuer Lamprologus aus dem Suden des Tanganikasees
, DCG-Informationen 911: 201-202 (1978)

Wieder ein neuer Prachtzwerggurami von Borneo
, Aquarium (Bornheim): 16153: 122-126 (1982)

Wieder eine Eiderente, Somateria mollissima (L.) im Oberen Vogtland
, Beitraege zur Vogelkunde, 301: 78 (1984)

Wieder eingefuhrt - der Rundschwanzmakropode Macropodus chinensis (Bloch, 1790)
, Aquarien- und Terrarien-Zeitschrift 31(8): 265-268 (1984)

Wieder einmal Kellerkinder: Rineloricaria filamentosa (Steindachner, 1878)
, Aquarien- und Terrarien-Zeitschrift 39(12): 549-550 (1986)

Wieder einmal Oleanderschwarmer (Daphnis nerii L.) in der Sudschweiz (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae)
, Atalanta: 65-67 (1990)

Wieder entdeckt: Epiplatys ansorgii (Boulenger, 1911)
, Unknown (2004)

Wieder junge Schleiereulen
, Voegel der Heimat 579: 186-187 (1987)

Wieder mehr Graureiher in Hessen
, Gefiederte Welt 104(6): 119-120 (1980)

Wieder vital? Libellenbestand 7 Jahre nach der Renaturierung
, Unknown (2001)

Wieder-Verbreitung, Verwendung und Namensgebung des Damhirsches Cervus dama L. in Europa
, Unknown (1997)

Wieder-Verbreitung, Verwendung und Namensgebung des Damhirsches Cervus dama L. in Europa - erganzende Mitteilung
, Unknown (1999)

Wiederansiedlung als eine Methode des Naturschutzes
, Deutscher Falkenorden : 35-45 (1987)

Wiederansiedlung des Braunbaren in den Alpen
, Anzeiger fuer Schaedlingskunde Pflanzenschutz Umweltschutz. Februar-Marz; 662: 25-26 (1993)

Wiederansiedlung des Luchses im Harz. Eine kritische Stellungnahme aus wildbiologischer Sicht
, Unknown (2001)

Wiederansiedlung des Luchses. Aspekte im Nationalpark Harz und Kampinosli-Nationalpark/Polen
, Unknown (2001)

Wiederansiedlung des Uhus (Bubo bubo) Koordinatives Gesprach in Gottingen
, Vogelkundliche Berichte aus Niedersachsen 141: 17-18 (1982)

Wiederansiedlung des Weissstorchs (Ciconia ciconia) in Loshausen 1994
, Avifaunistischer Sammelbericht fuer den Schwalm-Eder-Kreis 9: 140-143 (1994)

Wiederansiedlung und Ausbreitung des Luchses (Lynx lynx) im Schweizer Jura
, Revue Suisse de Zoologie 991: 163-176 (1992)

Wiederansiedlung von Papageien
, Papageien. Januar-Februar; 51: 29-30 (1992)

Wiederansiedlung von Schlingnattern (Coronella austriaca Laurenti 1768) nach einer Rebflurbereinigung bei Freudenstein (Gemeinde Knittlingen, Enzkreis, Baden-Wurttemberg) - Bilanz nach drei Jahren
, Mertensiella 15 Dezember; 3: 105-113 (1993)

Wiederansiedlung zoogeborener Addax im Souss Massa Nationalpark, Marokko
, Unknown (2001)

Wiederansiedlung, Verhalten und erste Freilandbruten des Bartgeiers Gypaetus barbatus in den Alpen
, Unknown (1999)

Wiederansiedlungsprojekt Tachin Tal
, Unknown (2000)

Wiederansiedlungsversuch: Haselhuhner im Harz
, Unknown (1997)

Wiederansiedlungsversuche im Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald zur Faunen-Renaturierung
, Falke 39(4): 114-122 (1992)

Wiederauffinden und Charakterisierung des Matterhorn-Barenspinners Holoarctia cervini (Fallou, 1864) und dessen Lebensraumes im Schweizerischen Nationalpark (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae)
, Unknown (2000)

Wiederaufstellung der Gattung Sericopelma Ausserer, 1875 (Araneida, Theraphosidae, Theraphosinae)
, Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment 264: 229-230 (1991)

Wiederauftreten des grossen Fuchses in der Wurzburger Gegend
, Mitteilungen des Internationalen Entomologischen Vereins E.V. Frankfurt A.M.: 131: 31 (1988)

Wiederauftreten grosserer Populationen von Theodoxus fluviatilis (Linne 1758) am Mittelrhein
, Mitteilungen der Deutschen Malakozoologischen Gesellschaft 43: 35-36 (1988)

Wiederbegegnungen und Neuentdeckungen Die Vogelwelt Ostpreussens heute - (Schluss)
, Gefiederte Welt 102(12): 240-242 (1978)

Wiederbeschreibung der Federmilbengattung Sammonica Oudemans, 1904 (Astigmata; Pterolichoidea; Syringobiidae)
, Osnabruecker Naturwissenschaftliche Mitteilungen 17: 113-126 (1991)

Wiederbeschreibung des Holotypus von Dacnusa delphinii Griffiths 1967 (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Alysiinae: Dacnusini)
, Entomologische Zeitschrift 105(11): 225-228 (1995)

Wiederbeschreibung des Holotypus von Dacnusa groschkeana Griffiths, 1968 (Hymenoptera: Braconidae, Alysiinae, Dacnusini)
, Unknown (1996)

Wiederbeschreibung des Sperlingskauz-Federlings Strigiphilus splendens (Insecta, Phthiraptera, Ischnocera) und parasitophyletische Anmerkungen uber die Eulen (Strigiformes)
, Anzeiger des Vereins Thueringer Ornithologen 2(3): 193-205 (1995)

Wiederbeschreibung und Verbreitungsanalyse der bodenbewohnenden Milbe Zetorchestes falzonii Coggi (Acari, Oribatei)
, Mitteilungen des Naturwissenschaftlichen Vereines fuer Steiermark 114: 331-350 (1984)

Wiederbeschreibung und taxonomische Diskussion von Borlasia trilineata Schmarda, 1859 (Nemertini: Heteronemertini)
, Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien. Serie B für Botanik und Zoologie 98: 31-43 (1996)

Wiederbeschreibung von Ableptina delospila A.E. Prout, 1927, und Transfer in die Unterfamilie Herminiinae (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
, Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien. Serie B für Botanik und Zoologie 99: 337-342 (1997)

Wiederbeschreibung von Amerobelba decedens Berlese 1908 (Acari, Oribatida)
, Unknown (1994)

Wiederbeschreibung von Aulocheta violacea A.E. Prout, 1927 (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Herminiinae)
, Zeitschrift der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Oesterreichischer Entomologen 31 Dezember; 48(3-4): 99-105 (1996)

Wiederbeschreibung von Dacnusa laeta (Nixon, 1954) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae, Alysiinae, Dacnusini)
, Unknown (1996)

Wiederbeschreibung von Erythromma viridulum orientale Schmidt 1960 aus dem ostlichen Mittelmeerraum (Insecta: Odonata: Coenagrionidae)
, Senckenbergiana Biologica 66(1-3): 89-95 (1985)

Wiederbeschreibung von Gammogobius steinitzi Bath 1971 sowie ein Erstnachweis von Corcyrogobius liechtensteini (Kolombatovic 1891) fur Frankreich (Pisces, Gobiidae)
, Unknown (1999)

Wiederbeschreibung von Neocheiridium corticum (Balzan, 1890) und Beschreibung von zwei neuen Arten der Gattung aus Sudamerika (Pseudoscorpiones, Cheiridiidae)
, Mitteilungen der Schweizerischen Entomologischen Gesellschaft 59(3-4): 499-509 (1986)

Wiederbeschreibung von Vitrea sorella (Mousson 1863) aus der Turkei (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Zonitoidea)
, Archiv für Molluskenkunde 125(1-2): 113-116 (1996)

Wiederbeschreibung von fuscomaculalis Saalmuller 1880 nebst Bemerkungen zur systematischen Stellung dieses Taxon (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Herminiinae)
, Unknown (1996)

Wiederbeschreibung zweier Arten der Agauopsis ornata-Gruppe (Acari, Halacaridae)
, Unknown (1999)

Wiederbeschreibung zweier Rondanischen Otitiden-Arten (Diptera)
, Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 28(1-2): 133-137 (1982)

Wiederbeschreibungen und Neubeschreibungen von Opiinae aus der Alten Welt (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)
, Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien Serie B Botanik und Zoologie 92: 139-203 (1991)

Wiederbeschriebung von Dolomedes strandi Bonnet und Anmerkungen zur Taxonomie Sibirischer Dolomedes-Arten (Araneae: Pisauridae)
, Stuttgarter Beitraege zur Naturkunde Serie A Biologie: 1-6 (427) (1988)

Wiederbesiedelungsmechanismen des Makrozoobenthos der Mauchach, eines periodisch Versickernden Kalkbaches im Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis
, Mitteilungen des Badischen Landesvereins fuer Naturkunde und Naturschutz e.V. Freiburg im Breisgau 143: 765-775 (1988)

Wiederbesiedlung Nordrhein-Westfalens durch den Wanderfalken (Falco peregrinus) - Aktueller Status und Schutz
, Unknown (1996)

Wiederbesiedlung der mittleren Unstrut und unteren Helme in Thueringen durch stenoeke Fliessgewaesserarten
, Thueringer Faunistische Abhandlungen 9: 73-76 (2003)

Wiederbesiedlung des nordostlichen Harzvorlandes (Sachsen-Anhalt) durch den Uhu (Bubo bubo)
, Ornithologische Jahresberichte des Museum Heineanum 10: 3-19 (1992)

Wiederbesiedlung eines Kiefernforstes
, Unknown (1995)

Wiederbesiedlung eines ruckgebauten Stadtbaches unter dem Einfluss von Regenauslassen
, Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft fuer Oekologie 18: 569-572 (1989)

Wiederbesiedlung und Erholung von lokalen Arthropodenpopulationen in Feldsaeumen nach einem chemischen knock-out
, Unknown (2001)

Wiederbesiedlung und Sukzession auf neuen Rebboschungen im Kaiserstuhl am Beispiel epigaischer Spinnen
, Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft fuer Oekologie 14: 111-114 (1986)