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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

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Hot Pepper (Capsicum spp.) protects brain from sodium nitroprusside- and quinolinic acid-induced oxidative stress in vitro
, Journal of Medicinal Food 11(2): 349-355 (2008)

Hot polaire gradient-veld in hot ei van do Poelslak
, Biologisch Jaarboek Antwerpen 18: 90-95 (1949)

Hot prospects
, Mining Monthly 2007(August): 71-72, 74 (2007)

Hot questions of temperature bias
, Unknown (2008)

Hot rocks
, New Scientist (1971) 157(2123): 38-41 (1998)

Hot rocks in Australia; national outlook
, APPEA Journal 47(1): 476 (2007)

Hot rocks; Australia's energy future?
, Australian Pipeliner 130: 16-17 (2007)

Hot rocks; the Flinders Ranges crystalline basement
, Journal of the Virtual Explorer 20(2005) (2005)

Hot sand inflation for small insects and spiders
, Bull Brooklyn Ent Soc 54(4): 100 (1959)

Hot seens: Fall 2004
, American Butterflies. Winter; 124: 44-47 (2004)

Hot seens: fall/winter 2005/6
, Unknown (2006)

Hot seens: summer 2005
, American Butterflies. Fall; 133: 44-45 (2005)

Hot seens: winter 2004
, American Butterflies. Spring; 131: 46-47 (2005)

Hot setting, hot play; Western Desert is Egypt's treasure
, AAPG Explorer 28(11): 26, 38 (2007)

Hot spot volcanic tracks and their implications for South American Plate motion, Campos Basin (Rio de Janeiro State), Brazil
, Journal of South American Earth Sciences 18(3-4): 383-389 (2005)

Hot spots for zooplankton diversity in Sao Paulo state: origin and maintenance
, Internationale Vereinigung fuer Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie Verhandlungen 282: 872-876 (2002)

Hot spots on the map of magnetic susceptibility of soils in Poland as potential areas of soil and groundwater contamination
, Tuebinger Geowissenschaftliche Arbeiten Reihe C, Hydro-, Ingenieur- Umweltgeologie (2003)

Hot spring deposits; proximate biotic and abiotic precipitates
, Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 39(6): 38 (2007)

Hot spring monitoring, Waimangu geothermal area; instrumental monitoring of Inferno Crater and Frying Pan Lake
, New Zealand Volcanological Record 5: 55-59 (1976)

Hot spring monitoring, Waimangu thermal area; bathymetric survey of Frying Pan Lake
, New Zealand Volcanological Record 5: 68-69 (1976)

Hot spring monitoring, Waimangu thermal area; changes in natural activity, Echo Crater
, New Zealand Volcanological Record 5: 60-62 (1976)

Hot spring monitoring, Waimangu thermal area; composition of Waimangu thermal waters
, New Zealand Volcanological Record 5: 66-68 (1976)

Hot spring monitoring, Waimangu thermal area; levelling survey
, New Zealand Volcanological Record 5: 63-66 (1976)

Hot spring monitoring; Waimangu hydrology and temperature measurements
, New Zealand Volcanological Record 2: 55-57 (1974)

Hot stage processing of metallurgical slags
, Unknown (2008)

Hot topics in fetal and perinatal cardiology
, Early Human Development 84(3): 141-142 (2008)

Hot trail to new finds
, Discovery (Fitzroy) 1998(November): 27-28 (1998)

Hot tub associated granulomatous lung disease from mycobacterial bioaerosols
, Clinical Pulmonary Medicine 15(3): 138-144 (2008)

Hot verblyf van enkele trekvogels in Nederland in 1916.
, Ardea Leiden, 6 1-13 (1917)

Hot voorkomen van de Glanskop, Parus palustris longirostris Klcinschm., en de Matkop, Pars atricapillus rhenanus Kleinsohm. in de duinstreek van Noord- on Zuid-Holland
, Ardea Leiden 36: 113-121 (1948)

Hot water dipping induced resistance to disease Colletotrichum musae on banana fruits and its effect on related enzymes
, Unknown (2008)

Hot water therapy against phytoplasms in vines
, Unknown (2007)

Hot water tolerance of soil animals: utility of hot water immersion in preventing invasions of alien soil animals
, Applied Entomology and Zoology 43(2): 207-212 (2008)

Hot water treatment of Japanese pear trees is effective against white root rot caused by Rosellinia necatrix Prillieux
, Journal of General Plant Pathology 74(5): 382-389 (2008)

Hot, dry, wet, cold or toxic? Revisiting the ecological significance of leaf and cuticular micromorphology
, Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 262(1-2): 79-90 (2008)

Hot-Weather Notes in the Central Provinces
, Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, III 134-137 (1888)

Hot-corrosion mechanism of Ni-Cr coatings at 650 °C under different simulated corrosion conditions
, Unknown (2008)

Hotade och sallsynta fagler i Skane - en forsta revidering av den skansa rodlistan
, Unknown (2004)

Hotaruika no seitai.
, Dobutsugaku Zasshi Tokyo, 25 581-590 (1913)

Hotbeteende av spillkraka Drycopus martius pa hosten
, Var Fagelvarld, 331: 49 (1974)

Hote nouveau pour un Calliceratide myrmecophile beige?
, Bulletin et Annales de la Societe Entomologique de Belgique 79: 233-234 (1939)

Hotel Managed Marine Reserves: A Willingness to Pay Survey
, Ocean and Coastal Management 51(12): 854-861 (2008)

Hotel yield management practices across multiple electronic distribution channels
, Information Technology and Tourism 10(2): 161-172 (2008)

Hotels - Russia
, Unknown (2008)

Hoterochromatin in Triton
, Proceedings of the Royal Society London, 130B860: 324-335 (1942)

Hotes de la cavite palleale de calmars
, Bull Soc Zool France 69(4/5): 163-167 (1945)

Hotes intermediaires nouveaux d'un Cestode de la Souris, Hymenolepis microstoma (Dujardin 1845)
, C. Biol. Paris: 855-857 (1929)

Hotes larvaires des Bruchides (Col.) sauf Fabacees
, Bulletin de la Societe Sci Nat Ouest France 64: 35-58 (1967)

Hotes nouveaux pour certains Hymenopteres parasites des Scolytidae
, Bulletin de la Societe Entomologique de France Paris 62: 132-135 (1957)

Hotes vecteurs vicariants du virus de la fievre pourpree des Montagnes Rocheuses
, Compte Rendu de la Societe de Biologie Paris T: 113(28): 1362-1366 (1933)

Hotes vicariantes des fievres recurrentes
, Compte Rendu de la Societe de Biogeographie Paris 17144: 21-24 (1940)

Hotet mot rovfaglar och ugglor i Europa och varlden i ovrigt
, Sveriges Natur 58: 7-12 (1967)

Hotshot* herbicide - a new weapon for Lantana camara control
, Unknown (2006)

Hotshot* herbicide: the new standard for control of Fallopia convolvulus in winter cereals in the Northern Grain Region
, 15th Australian Weeds Conference, Papers and Proceedings, Adelaide, South Australia, 24-28 September 2006: Managing weeds in a changing climate: 835-837 (2006)

Hotspots and coldspots
, Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 102(1): 1-2 (2005)

Hotspots and mantle plumes; constraints from statistical analysis
, Acta Geophysica Polonica 52(3): 337-348 (2004)

Hotspots and warm spots of biodiversity
, Unknown (2008)

Hotspots in the systematics of plain-nosed bats
, Plecotus et al: 20-26 pars specialis (2002)

Hotspots of the European forests carbon cycle
, Unknown (2008)

Hottentot teal breeding in Nigeria
, Bull Niger Orn Soc, 5: 48 (1968)

Hottentots Holland nature reserve: some interesting species
, Promerops 26(8): 18-19 (2006)

Hotter and drier: the West's changed climate
, Unknown (2007)

Hotter than hot: Combining RNAi and stem cells
, Unknown (2007)

Hottingerina lukasi n. gen., n. sp. (Foraminiferida) iz Srednjega Paleocena v severozahodni Jugoslaviji
, Razprave slov Akad Znam Umet (Hist nat Med): 188: 1-14 (1975)

Houbara bustard research and conservation
, IUCN Bull 43: 11-12 (1973)

Houbara bustard: an experience of rearing chicks in Nag valley (Balochistan), Pakistan
, Berkut 142: 246-254 (2005)

Houbara macqueeni Gray
, Ornithologisches Jahrbuch Hallein, 23 1-15 (1912)

Houbara population estimates in Punjab, Pakistan (November 2000)
, Berkut 141: 71-75 (2005)

Houby 3 koprivnickeho tithonu na Morave
, Rozpravy II Trd Ceske Akademie 48(36): 1-31 (1938)

Hour of birth in primates and man
, Folia Primatologica; International Journal of Primatology 18(1): 108-121 (1972)

Hourly and daily global photometric illuminance and luminous efficacy at a tropical station, Ile-Ife, Nigeria
, International Journal of Sustainable Energy 27(3): 105-120 (2008)

Hourly fluctuation of insect population found in the potato-field in daytime. (Studies on the insect association in crop field. 4.)
, Japanese Journal of Applied Zoology 20: 90-97 (1955)

Hourly ozone prediction for a 24-h horizon using neural networks
, Environmental Modelling and Software 23(12): 1407-1421 (2008)

Hours at which some birds sing
, Zoologist, 576-578 (1897)

House Crow's nest in a house
, Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club 84: 9-11 (1964)

House Gecko Hemidactylus sp. shows a sweet tooth
, Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 31: 827 (1926)

House Holm. Ullswater
, Newsletter Lake District Nat: 2 (1975)

House Martin (Delichon urbica) and Canary (Serinus canaria) in Bermuda
, Auk 75: 359-360 (1958)

House Martins and House Sparrows
, Bird Notes 25: 44-48 (1952)

House Martins building nest of cement
, Brit: 134-135 (1962)

House Martins perching on tree to feed
, British Birds 49: 182 (1956)

House Mice (Mus musculus) in a coal-mine in Ayrshire
, Annals and Magazine of Natural History Series 10: 17: 553-558 (1936)

House musk shrew (Suncus murinus, order: Insectivora) as a new model animal for motilin study
, Peptides 30(2): 318-329 (2008)

House Sparrow enlarging its nesting-site
, British Birds 46: 381 (1953)

House Sparrow feeding young on cuckoo-spits
, British Birds 55: 239 (1962)

House Sparrow in Eastern Cape
, Ostrich 25: 37 (1954)

House Sparrow lining nest with green leaves
, Unknown (1950)

House Sparrow plucking feathers from pigeon
, British Birds 42: 121 (1949)

House Sparrow replacement and a severe winter
, Bird-Banding Boston 6: 96-98 (1935)

House Sparrows and other birds drinking nectar from greengage blossoms
, British Birds 54: 291 (1961)

House Sparrows breeding away from man
, Emu 55: 302 (1955)

House Sparrows breeding in thrushes' nests
, British Birds 34: 433-4-34 (1961)

House Sparrows dust-bathing in sugar
, British Birds 56: 378-379 (1963)

House Sparrows feeding on young frogs
, Brit: 98 (1959)

House Sparrows in Northern Cape and Bechuanaland Protectorate
, Ostrich(3): 54-55 (1962)

House Wren nesting survey in upper East Ten-nessee 1953
, Migrant Tennessee 25: 14 (1954)

House Wren, Troglodytes a. aedon, utilizing nest of Baltimore Oriole, Icterus galbula
, The Auk 67(3): 391-392 (1950)

House Wrens and Bewick's Wrens in northern Ohio
, Wilson Bull 3: 84-86 (1961)

House building with panels: distribution of building activities by day and night, and intervals between activities, in the larva of Potamophylax latipennis (Curt. ) Neb. (Trichoptera, Limnephilidae)
, Proceedings int Symp Trichoptera 2: 249-258 (1977)

House cat as predator of snowshoe hare
, Journal of Wildlife Management, 374: 591 (1973)

House cat predation on small animals
, Journal of Mammalogy 37: 119 (1956)

House centipede (Scutigera forceps (Raf.)) biting human
, Entomological News 63: 238 (1952)

House cricket acetylcholinesterase: histochemical localization and in situ inhibition by 0, 0-dimethyl S-amyl phosphorothioates
, Annals ent Soc Am 662: 333-343 (1973)

House crow Corvus splendens preying on live common iora Aegithina tiphia
, Newsletter for Ornithologists. July-August; 14: 58 (2004)

House crow, Corvus splendens Vieillot and Baya's Ploceus phillppinus (Linn. ) nest
, Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 68: 453-454 (1971)

House crows (Corvus splendens) - notes on their population and control in Hong Kong
, Hong Kong Biodiversity 8: 10-11 (2005)

House dust mite, Dermatophagoides pteronissinus increases expression of MCP-1, IL-6, and IL-8 in human monocytic THP-1 cells
, Cytokine 42(3): 365-371 (2008)

House dust mites in Switzerland.3. Allergic properties of the mites
, Acta Allergologica 32: 333-349 (1977)

House finch at Marathon
, Newsletter Thunder Bay Rd Nat. Club, 314: 62 (1977)

House finch influx at Schenectady
, Kingbird 17: 150-151 (1967)

House finch nesting in New Mexico
, Elepaio 335: 52-53 (1975)

House finch nests abandoned after snow
, Wilson Bulletin, 851: 87 (1973)

House finch population studies in the Philadelphia area
, Cassinia 51: 33-44 (1969)

House finch removal from a western Oregon blueberry planting
, Murrelet 51: 15-16 (1970)

House finch roost in Chester County
, Cassinia 53: 49 (1972)

House finch sight record and possible nesting in Clinton County
, Kingbird, 273: 142 (1977)

House finches (Carpodacus mexicanus) in Montana
, Condor 72: 115-116 (1970)

House finches at Knoxville
, Migrant 454: 96-97 (1974)

House finches sighted in Regina
, Blue Jay, 321: 48 (1974)

House Flies as Carriers of Disease
, Journal of Hygiene 9(2): 141-169 (1909)

House flies in Egypt
, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 1(2): 333-336 (1952)

House fly nutrition. II. Comparative survival values of sucrose and water
, Annals of the Entomological Society of America 53: 125-128 (1960)

House hold expenditure on dairy products in Adamawa State, Nigeria
, Unknown (2007)

House lizards and larvae
, Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society of London (A): 14: 33-34 (1939)

House martin apparently going to roost in sand martin colony
, British Birds 6610: 447-448 (1973)

House martin building a nest at Kokstad
, Ostrich 41: 254 (1970)

House martin enquiry
, School Nature Study 54: 5-7 (1959)

House martin nesting in Orkney in 2005
, Orkney Field Club Bulletin, 21-22 (2005)

House martin nesting in Orkney in 2006
, Unknown (2007)

House martin project - year three report 2003
, Orkney Field Club Bulletin 2004: 18-23 (2004)

House martin survey - second report
, Bird Life, 1972(Apr.-Jun.): 14 (1973)

House martin survey-report
, Bird Life, 1972(Jan.-Mar.): 14-16 (1973)

House martins and swallows diving at human beings
, British Birds 58: 384 (1965)

House martins apparently taking food from among fir needles
, British Birds, 6610: 448 (1973)

House martins apparently taking insects from ground
, Brit: 511 (1965)

House martins assembling on tethered helium-filled balloon
, British Birds 951(2): 654 (2002)

House martins attacking young cuckoo
, Br: 523 (1967)

House martins eating berries
, Bird Life, 1972(Jan.-Mar.): 36 (1973)

House martins in Merton Park. London
, Bird Study 204: 309-310 (1973)

House martins in a nesting-box
, Eesti Loodus 14: 740 (1971)

House martins mating on the wing
, British Birds 62: 285 (1969)

House martins nesting at Somerset West, Cape
, Ostrich 41: 254-255 (1970)

House martins roosting in reed beds
, British Birds, 694: 156 (1976)

House martins roosting in reed-beds
, British Birds 6712: 518-519 (1974)

House martins settling and roosting in reed beds
, British Birds, 653: 126 (1972)

House martins trapped by mud
, British Birds 62: 77-78 (1969)

House mice and men
, Country Life London 116: 1060-1062 (1954)

House mice in South Georgia
, Polar Record, 18116: 512 (1977)

House moths
, Proceedings South London Entomological and Natural History Society London, -09 7-10 (1908)

House moths feeding on dead insects in or near spider webs
, Entomologist 76: 4-5 (1943)

House mouse trapped by spider's web
, Bulletin British Spider Study Group 40: 10 (1968)

House of Happiness, Jackson County, Alabama
, Annual Convention Program - National Speleological Society 2004: 61 (2004)

House of turtles
, Int. Turtle Tortoise Soc. J.: 4(4): 20-25 (1970)

House rat as carrier of Entamoeba dysenteriae (I. Report). On the morphology and cultivation of amoebae like Entamoeba dysenteriae from Mus norvegicus.-(II. Report). On the pathogenicity of amoebae like Entamoeba dysenteriae from Mus norvegicus
, Chosen Igakkai Zasshi 24(5): 860-875 (1934)

House soiling in dogs
, Unknown (2008)

House sparrow Passer domesticus and little swift Apus affinis in the Cape Peninsula
, Ostrich 36: 135-136 (1965)

House sparrow Passer domesticus colonises Guinea-Bissau
, Malimbus 25(1): 58-59 (2003)

House sparrow at Kalkrand
, Ostrich 36: 91 (1965)

House sparrow at Schefferville, Quebec
, Canadian Field-Naturalist 86(1): 84-85 (1972)

House sparrow carrying dead nestlings
, British Birds 58: 443 (1965)

House sparrow dispossesses nesting eastern kingbirds
, Wilson Bulletin 853: 338-339 (1973)

House sparrow eating bumble-bee
, Br: 67 (1967)

House sparrow enters abandoned american robin nest in November
, Kingbird, 272: 88 (1977)

House sparrow feeding bean flowers to nestlings
, British Birds 6812: 516-517 (1975)

House sparrow feeding fledged rock pipits
, Unknown (2005)

House sparrow monitoring in the London area: an interim report on a London Natural History Society Survey
, London Bird Report 2005); 66: 171-185 (2005)

House sparrow occupancy of Cliff swallow nests
, Wilson Bulletin 81: 103-104 (1969)

House sparrow plucking barbary dove
, Notornis 213: 263-264 (1975)

House sparrows (Passer domesticus) in the Amazon
, Condor 752: 242-243 (1973)

House sparrows (Passer domesticus) repeatedly robbing red spider wasps (Sphictostethus nitidus) (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae) of their paralysed spider prey (Neoramia otagoa) (Araneae: Agelenidae)
, Weta e; 29: 21-23 (2005)

House sparrows acquiring a feeding technique
, British Birds, 678: 356 (1974)

House sparrows and tree sparrows as tick carriers in the town of Ashkhabad
, Part 1 Zool Zh 381959: 1383-1387 (1963)

House sparrows crossing the Tweed River
, Australian Bird Watcher 43: 77-78 (1973)

House sparrows eating young swallows
, Aquila 75: 292-293, 303 (1968)

House sparrows excavating nest hole
, British Birds 6612: 539-540 (1973)

House sparrows feeding in association with green woodpecker
, British Birds 60: 305 (1967)

House sparrows feeding young at night
, Auk 88: 924-925 (1971)

House sparrows gleaning prey from spider webs
, Unknown (2007)

House sparrows in Guatemala
, Auk, 891: 200 (1972)

House sparrows nesting in sites other than buildings in Scotland
, Scottish Birds 2(6): 47-49 (2006)

House sparrows on Bird Island, Algoa Bay
, Ostrich 432: 131-132 (1972)

House sparrows reach the Zam-bezi River in Mozambique
, Ostrich 38: 283-284 (1967)

House sparrows systematically destroying bean flowers
, British Birds 60: 344 (1967)

House sparrows: evolution of populations from the Great Plains and Colorado Rockies
, Systematic Zoology 16: 73-89 (1967)

House spiders
, Animals London 8(6): 166-167 (1966)

House spiders (Tegenaria species)
, Unknown (2003)

House to house at the Zoo. The Reptile House
, Zoo Life: 88-91 (1947)

House to house at the Zoo: Antelopes
, Zoo Life London 5: 61-63 (1950)

House to house at the Zoo: Rodents
, Zoo Life London 4: 92-94 (1949)

House to house at the Zoo: Sea Lions
, Zoo Life London 4: 21-23 (1949)

House to-house at the Zoo: Camels
, Zoo Life London 6: 56-57 (1951)

House wren aggression with violet-green swallows
, Unknown (2006)

House wren and tree swallow
, Blue Jay 30(4): 254 (1972)

House wren feeds red-shafted flicker nestlings
, Murrelet 49: 4-6 (1968)

House-Martins breeding in Dorset Cliffs
, Brit: 118 (1938)

House-Sparrow (Passer d. domesticus (L.)) with very abnormal bill
, Unknown (1950)

House-Sparrows excavating nest-hole
, British Birds 32: 18 (1938)

House-flies and disease
, Reprint from Nature London, 8 (1910)

House-flies and the public health.
, Ottawa Naturalist, 24 30-34 (1910)

House-forming in a marine ciliate
, Anatomical Record Philadelphia 44: 247 (1929)

House-infesting Mite and House-rat
, Natural Science and Museums Tokyo, Vol. 7(1): 10-13 (1936)

Housefly size as affected by larval food competition
, International Congr Ent 19683: 136-137 (1972)

Household Birds of Burma
, Country-Side Kingston-on-Thames 12: 1-2 (1941)

Household Food Strategies and the Reframing of Ways of Understanding Dietary Practices
, Ecology of Food and Nutrition 47(3): 254-279 (2008)

Household Road-runners
, Condor: 119-121 (1940)

Household access to capital and its influence on climate-related rural population change: lessons from the dust bowl years
, Unknown (2007)

Household access to microcredit and child work in rural Malawi
, World Development 36(5): 843-859 (2008)

Household as factor of agricultural and rural development
, Agroznanje Agroknowledge Journal 7(4): 41-48 (2006)

Household bargaining over fertility: theory and evidence from Malaysia
, Journal of Development Economics 86(2): 0-241 (2008)

Household building structure impacts hemoglobin and hematocrit values in Indonesian children infected with intestinal helminthes
, Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition 2(2-3): 19-32 (2008)

Household consumption of infant foods in two low-income districts in Malawi
, Journal of International Development 20(5): 686-697 (2008)

Household demand for vegetables in rural area of Cuddalore district, Tamilnadu, India
, Unknown (2008)

Household demographic change and land use/land cover change in the Brazilian Amazon
, Population and Environment 28(3): 163-185 (2007)

Household dietary practices and family nutritional status in rural Ghana
, Nutrition Research and Practice 2(1): 35-40 (2008)

Household enemies on the Home front
, Nature Magngton: 417- 424 (1945)

Household food consumption in Turkey: a comment
, European Review of Agricultural Economics 35(1): 93-98 (2008)

Household food consumption in Turkey: a reply
, European Review of Agricultural Economics 35(1): 99-102 (2008)

Household food insecurity and coping strategies in a poor rural community in Malaysia
, Nutrition Research and Practice 2(1): 26-34 (2008)

Household health: food-nutritional approach
, Unknown (2007)

Household insects and methods of control
, Ithaca NY Cornell Reading courses 3(49): 1-47 (1913)

Household interactions and children s school travel: the effect of parental work patterns on walking and biking to school
, Unknown (2008)

Household livelihood strategies and forest dependence in the highlands of Tigray, Northern Ethiopia
, Agricultural Systems 98(2): 0-155 (2008)

Household routines ”A time-space issue: A theoretical approach applied on the case of water and sanitation
, Unknown (2008)

Household salt as a retrospective dosemeter using optically stimulated luminescence
, Radiation and Environmental Biophysics 48(1): 21-28 (2009)

Household solid waste characterization by family socioeconomic profile as unit of analysis
, Resources Conservation and Recycling 52(7): 992-999 (2008)

Household survey in two provinces in Viet Nam estimates HIV prevalence in an urban and a rural population
, Aids Research and Human Retroviruses 24(8): 1017-1026 (2008)

Household survey on the pattern of utilization of medicines in selected communities in South Africa
, Unknown (2008)

Household transmission of carbapenemase-producing Klebsiella pneumoniae
, Unknown (2007)

Household use of agricultural chemicals for soil-pest management and own labor for yard work
, Environmental and Resource Economics 40(1): 91-108 (2008)

Household water management a systematic study of bacteriological contamination between source and point-of-use
, American Eurasian Journal Of Agricultural And Environmental Science: 2, 241-246 (2008)

Household-level income-related food insecurity is less prevalent in Canada than in the United States
, Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition 3(1): 17-35 (2008)

Households' perceived personal risk and responses in a multihazard environment
, Risk Analysis 28(2): 539-556 (2008)

Housekeeping for marine iguanas
, Animal Kingdom 68: 146-150 (1965)

Houses of paper and brown cardboard: Neville Chamberlain and the establishment of the Building Research Station at Garston in 1925
, Planning Perspectives 22(3): 257-281 (2007)

Housewife on a reef
, Terra, Los Angeles(2): 27-31 (1974)

Housing During Early Pregnancy Affects Fertility and Behaviour of Sows
, Reproduction in Domestic Animals 43(5): 584-591 (2008)

Housing amphibians - Part 3
, Herptile 1: 2-5 (1977)

Housing and Economic Development in Indian Country: Challenge and Opportunity
, Journal of the American Planning Association 74(3): 376-377 (2008)

Housing and breeding quail. Rep. Ornament
, Pheasant Trust and Norf. Pk: 13-14 (1966)

Housing and calf management: criteria for assessing welfare
, Unknown (1998)

Housing and handling of miniature swine
, Laboratory Animal Care 18(1): 110-115 (1968)

Housing and productivity of dairy cows: study on a Piedmont farm
, Unknown (1998)

Housing characteristics, home environmental factors and respiratory health in 3945 pre-school children in China
, International Journal of Environmental Health Research 18(4): 267-282 (2008)

Housing for aquatic animals
, Laboratory Animal Science 23(1): 126-129 (1973)

Housing for dairy replacement stock
, Unknown (2007)

Housing for health in indigenous Australia: driving change when research and policy are part of the problem
, Human Organization 67(1): 77-85 (2008)

Housing of dogs and cats in shelters and kennels in Switzerland
, Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde 150(5): 243-250 (2008)

Housing projects for Canada goose. Idaho Wildl
, Rev 275: 6-9 (1975)

Housing reptiles
, Journal Institute of Animal Technicians 20: 137-154 (1969)

Housing specimens of Haplopelma and other tube-dwelling tarantulas
, Journal of the British Tarantula Society 19(4): 107-112 (2004)

Housing your collection - tips for beginners
, Strandloper, 183: 2 (1977)

Housing, Socio-Economic Security and Risks. A Qualitative Comparison of Household Attitudes in Finland and Sweden
, European Journal of Housing Policy 7(2): 151-172 (2007)

Housing, sanitation, and nutrition of reptiles
, Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 159(11): 1612-1615 (1971)

Houssayella iguazuensis Bonetto and de Drago, 1966 (Porifera - Spongillidae) in the Itu River, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
, Iheringia (ZoolNo. 40,: 53-60. (1971)

Houston hippopotamus house
, International Zoo Yearbook 2: 50 (1961)

Houtman's Abrolhos
, Australian Natural History 15: 413-417 (1967)

Houtsnip - Scolopax rusticola
, Wielewaal, 414: 119 (1975)

Houttuynia cordata analysis with RAPD markers
, Unknown (2008)

Houzeau de. Combat entre un Frelon et deux Araignees
, Bulletin des Naturalistes de Mons T: 11-12: 113-114 (1931)

Hov Ron dens plante og fugleliv
, Unknown (1966)

Hover flies (Syrphidae, Diptera) in Fruska Gora (Vojvodina, Jugoslavia) (I. Analysis of Syrphid's fauna; II. Results of collecting during:1956and 1957)
, Zbornik Matice Srpske Novi Sad Ser Prirod Nauke 17: 37-78 (1959)

Hover flies are efficient pollinators of oilseed rape
, Oecologia 156(4): 819-823 (2008)

Hover flies, Eumerus flavitarsis Zett. (Diptera: Syrphidae) new for Denmark
, Entomologiske Meddelelser, 453: 188 (1977)

Hover-flies (Diptera, Syrphidae) of the forest-steppe zone of west Siberia
, Evraziatskii Entomologicheskii ZhurnalSentyabr; 5(3): 209-214 (2006)

Hover-flies in an Essex garden
, Essex Naturalist 32: 161-163 (1968)

Hoverflies (Diptera, Syrphidae) at Loamhole Dingle, Shropshire
, Dipterists Digest Second Series 2005 6th February; 122: 165-166 (2006)

Hoverflies (Diptera, Syrphidae) collected from the Tsuchihashi-Shizenkansatsu-Kyoikurin, southwestern part of Hokkaido Japan
, Hana Abu 2(3): 57-70 (2007)

Hoverflies (Diptera, Syrphidae) from northern Spain, with notes on Pelecocera tricincta Meigen, 1822
, Volucella 30 Dezember; 6: 139-153 (2002)

Hoverflies (Syrphidae) of Nottinghamshire. Addendum 2004
, Sorby Record 40: 42-44 (2004)

Hoverflies 2005
, Bedfordshire Naturalist 60(1): 56-58 (2006)

Hoverflies collected by Malaise trap in Ibaraki Pref
, Unknown (2006)

Hoverflies from Hiroshima Prefecture, (Diptera: Syrphidae) (VI)
, Miscellaneous Reports of the Hiwa Museum for Natural History ch; 42(3): 75-82 (2003)

Hoverflies from Mt. Kusenbu, Kyushu
, Hana Abu 1(4): 6-7 (2002)

Hoverflies from Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture, Honshu
, Hana Abu 1(4): 5 (2002)

Hoverflies new to Luxembourg (Insecta, Diptera, Syrphidae)
, Bulletin de la Societe des Naturalistes Luxembourgeois 106: 101-104 (2006)

Hoverflies of Kyoto (Diptera, Syrphidae)
, Hana Abu 1(4): 24-44 (2002)

Hoverflies of Mt. Tara, Nagasaki Prefecture (2) (Diptera: Syrphidae)
, Transactions Nagasaki Biological Society 5(7): 61-62 (2004)

Hoverflies of Tunbridge Wells and the Central High Weald
, Transactions of the Kent Field Club 17(2): 87-195 (2005)

Hoverflis from Toyama Prefecture, Hokuriku, Japan (II). Hoverflis in the alpine zone of Mt. Tateyama
, Bulletin of the Toyama Science Museum 26: 139-141 (2003)

Hoverflis of early spring in Oku-Nikko, Gunma Pref., Japan
, Hana Abu 2(3): 39-41 (2007)

Hoverfly Xanthogramma pedissequum in Nottinghamshire
, Unknown (2006)

Hoverfly communities (Diptera, Syrphidae) in vegetation complexes of river valleys new Bonn (Germany)
, Volucella 1 December; 7: 157-183 (2004)

Hoverfly larvae (Diptera, Syrphidae) living in bark and wood of Betula platyphylla Sukacz. and Alnobetula hirsuta Turcz
, Chteniya Pamyati Alekseya Ivanovicha Kurentsova 11: 97-100 (2000)

Hoverfly oviposition to aphids in broccoli fields
, Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 122(2): 99-107 (2007)

Hoverfly recorder's report 2000
, Sorby Record 37: 50-52 (2002)

Hoverfly recorder's report 2001
, Sorby Record 38: 80-82 (2002)

Hoverfly recorder's report for 2002 and 2003
, Sorby Record 40: 39-42 (2004)

Hovering and backward flight in the Hummingbird
, Jack Pine Warbler 23: 2-7 (1945)

Hovering as hunting method of little owl
, Var Fagelvarld 27: 172-173 (1968)

Hovering behavior by house finches
, Condor 742: 219-221 (1972)

Hovering by merlins while hunting
, British Birds 96(6): 302 (2003)

Hovering flight of Birds and no wind
, Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 34: 1079-1081 (1931)

Hovering flight of Plecotus auritus Linnaeus
, Bijdr: 62-66 (1970)

Hovering males of Hybomitra cincta (Fabricius) (Diptera, Tabanidae)
, Psyche Lancaster 55: 178-180 (1948)

Hovorkonema gastrofilaria sp. n. & gen. n. (Filariata, Skrjabin, 1915) in the carpathian wild boar (Sus scrofa atilla Thomas, 1912) in South Slovakia
, Biologia Bratisl 2(2): 105-109 (1977)

Hovorkonema gastrofilaria sp. n. and gen. nov. (Filariata, Skrjabin, 1915) in the Carpathian wild boar (Sus scrofa atilla Thomas, 1912) in south Slovakia
, Biologia Bratislava 322: 105-109 (1977)

How "fixed" is the fixed action pattern?
, Zeitschrift für Tierpsychologie 36: 184-211 (1974)

How (un)certain is the future in forestry? A comparative assessment of uncertainty in the forest and agricultural sector
, Forest Science 54(3): 316-327 (2008)

How 2C a channel that's (almost) not there
, Journal of Physiology 586(18): 4339-4340 (2008)

How 3-D, 3-C seismic characterize a carbonate reservoir
, World Oil 216(4): 99-104 (1995)

How ANSS data are managed at the IRIS Data Management Center; past, present, and future(?)
, Seismological Research Letters 76(2): 213 (2005)

How ATP inhibits the open K(ATP) channel
, Journal of General Physiology 132(1): 131-144 (2008)

How ATR turns on: TopBP1 goes on ATRIP with ATR
, Genes and Development 22(11): 1416-1421 (2008)

How African lungfish swim through mud
, Journal of Experimental Biology 211(10): i-ii (2008)

How America saved the Bison
, Discovery Norwich 10: 289-291 (1949)

How Archaeopteryx could run over water
, Archaeopteryx 23: 23-32 (2005)

How Athila retrotransposons survive in the Arabidopsis genome
, Bmc Genomics 9: 219 (2008)

How Australian industry policy shaped cultural policy
, International Journal of Cultural Policy 14(2): 139-148 (2008)

How bacteria consume their own exoskeletons (turnover and recycling of cell wall peptidoglycan)
, Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews: Mmbr 72(2): 211-27 Table of Contents (2008)

How Birds satisfy thirst
, Science 80: 116-117 (1934)

How Brittany and Florida coasts cope with green tides
, International Journal of Environmental Studies 65(2): 197-214 (2008)

How Centrosaurus (and other ceratopsians) grew to large size
, Pages 105-106 2007 (2007)

How Colchester Zoo's Enrichment Committee has evolved
, Ratel 32(2): 18-20 (2005)

How DDT turns an egg into an omelette
, New Scient.: 46: 104 (1970)

How DNA lesions are turned into powerful killing structures: insights from UV-induced apoptosis
, Mutation Research 681(2-3): 197-208 (2008)

How Different are Emerging Multinationals' Views of Economic Integration in Europe? A Case Study of Korean Automobile Manufacturers' Strategic Reactions
, European Planning Studies 16(6): 745-760 (2008)

How do flies tolerate microorganisms in the gut?
, Cell Host and Microbe 4(2): 91-93 (2008)

How Does Mimulus verbenaceus (Phrymaceae) Set Seed in the Absence of Pollinators?
, Evolutionary Biology 35(3): 199-207 (2008)

How Ecofriendly Are Wind Farms?
, BioScience 58(7): 576-578 (2008)

How Emperor Penguins survive the Antarctic climate
, New Scientist 16: 444-447 (1962)

How European community regulations affect owners and breeders of Chelonia in the UK
, Testudo 52: 13-20 (2000)

How Far do Bees Fly ?
, Ins Life, IV 319-321 (1892)

How Fulgur and Sycotypus eat oysters, mussels and clams
, Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 60 3-10 (1908)

How Globalized Really is European Trade?
, Spatial Economic Analysis 2(3): 259-280 (2007)

How Golden Eagles mate
, Unknown (1950)

How Green Is Food Waste?
, Unknown (2008)

How Green is Too Green? Public Opinion of What Constitutes Undesirable Algae Levels in Streams1
, Unknown (2009)

How highly charged anionic lipids bind and regulate ion channels
, Journal of General Physiology 131(5): 431-438 (2008)

How Housing Booms Unwind: Income Effects, Wealth Effects, and Feedbacks through Financial Markets
, European Journal of Housing Policy 8(2): 161-180 (2008)

How I am challenging to create the morpho blue
, Butterflies 40: 10-18 (2005)

How I bred houseflies
, Wildlife Countryside 267: 14-16 (1967)

How I collect Sphaeriidae
, AnnAmer. Malacol. Un: 27 (1961)

How I collected Cypraea martini
, Hawaiian Shell News 12(7): 4 (1964)

How I have become an entomologist
, Vestnik Zoologii. Yanvar-Fevral; 391: 5-8 (2005)

How I kept my butterfly collection in tropical West-Africa
, Entomologische Berichten Amsterdam 13: 379-380 (1951)

How I treat acute and chronic leukemia in pregnancy
, Blood Reviews 22(5): 247-259 (2008)

How long is long enough? Evaluating sampling durations for low back EMG assessment
, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene 5(10): 664-670 (2008)

How Long will Oysters Live out of Water ?
, Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission, V 161 (1885)

How Lycosa Fabricates Her Round Cocoon
, Proceedings of the Academy Philadelphia, 138-140 (1884)

How Lysiphlebus fastens its aphid host to the plant
, Washington Dc. Ent. Soc: 64-66 (1909)

How Megarhyssa deposits her eggs
, Journal of the New York Entomological Society 42: 127-133 (1934)

How Much Compensation is Enough? A Framework for Incorporating Uncertainty and Time Discounting When Calculating Offset Ratios for Impacted Habitat
, Restoration Ecology 17(4): 470-478 (2009)

How Mycobacterium tuberculosis subverts host immune responses
, Bioessays: News and Reviews in Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology 30(10): 943-954 (2008)

How Natrix taxispilota eats the Channel Catfish
, Copeia Ann Arbor, 254 (1944)

How New Orleans diaspora impacted public supply use of groundwater in the Baton Rouge area
, NewsInsights 17(1): 5-8 (2007)

How Odynerus suspends her egg
, Psyche 51(1/2): 1-4 (1944)

How opportunistic agents benefit from viral infections: the plasmacytoid dendritic cell connection
, Cell Host and Microbe 4(4): 305-307 (2008)

How Orb-weaving Spiders make their Webs
, Philad: 361-364 (1882)

How Paramecium develops organs
, New Scient 1: 234 (1964)

How RES got its logo
, Antenna 30(3): 113-118 (2006)

How Reliable Are Hog Futures as Forecasts?
, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 90(2): 367-378 (2008)

How Reliable are Density Estimates for Diurnal Primates?
, International Journal of Primatology 29(5): 1175-1187 (2008)

How Safe is Vitamin E Supplementation?
, Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 48(8): 760-774 (2008)

How similar are motor imagery and movement?
, Behavioral Neuroscience 122(4): 910-916 (2008)

How Sphenodon and Uromastyx grow their teeth and use them
, Linnean Soc Symp Ser 3: 43-64,2 pls (1976)

How Squirrels and other Rodents carry their young
, Journal of Mammalogy 6: 18-24 (1925)

How St. Lucia estuary could be saved
, Afr. Wild Life 24: 293-298 (1970)

How Stentor Anchors Itself
, Science 102(2641): 159-160 (1945)

How To Perform Meaningful Estimates of Genetic Effects
, PLoS Genetics 4(5): e1000062 (2008)

How Views about Flow Adaptations of Benthic Stream Invertebrates Changed over the Last Century
, International Review of Hydrobiology 93(4-5): 593-605 (2008)

How Weevils get into Beans
, Yearbook Ut. Agric: 327-334 (1919)

How Will New USEPA Guidance Affect Research on the Bioavailability of Metals in Soil?
, Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal 14(1): 1-4 (2008)

How X-chromosome inactivation was discovered
, Biologist London ; 54(2): 94-97 (2007)

How a Carpenter Ant founds a Colony
, Proceedings of the Academy Philadelphia, 303-307 (1883)

How a Carpenter Ant founds a Formicary
, Philad: 303-307 (1884)

How a Cuckoo laid into a Reed-Warbler's nest
, British Birds 36: 176-178 (1943)

How a Harpy Eagle came to us
, Animal Kingdom New York 51: 180-181 (1948)

How a Tree-Creepor built its nest
, BritLondon: 110-111 (1942)

How a Woodcock (Scolopax rusticola) sitting on the ground attracts the attention of partners in mating flight
, Var Fagelvarld 9: 195-199 (1950)

How a badger was successfully reared by the Dwyfach Young Naturalists
, Newsletter N. Wales Nat. Trust, 36,1976: 7-8 (1977)

How a beetle folds its wings
, Psyche Boston 31: 254-258 (1924)

How a bird moults
, Country Life 114: 284-285 (1953)

How a bird tells the time of day
, Natural History New York 753: 48-53 (1966)

How a chameleon tucks away its tongue
, New Scient 8(848): 533 (1975)

How a fish becomes electrified
, New Scientist, 54801: 673 (1975)

How a fish extracts oxvgen from water
, New Scient 1: 346-348 (1961)

How a hungry flea feeds
, Entomological News 19: 402-463 (1908)

How a redshank feeds in winter
, Birds RSPB Mag 411: 294-297 (1973)

How a tectonic earthquake may wake up volcanoes; stress transfer during the 1996 earthquake-eruption sequence at the Karymsky volcanic group, Kamchatka
, Earth and Planetary Science Letters 264(3-4): 347-359 (2007)

How a whale was caught in the Gulf of Finland
, Eesti Loodus 10: 173-174 (1967)

How about the tent caterpillar?
, Natural History New York 87: 149-158 (1936)

How abundant are key resources for common butterflies insights from nymphalid butterflies in a conservation area
, Entomologist's Gazette 52: 79-84 (2008)

How abundant are key resources for common butterflies: insights from nymphalid butterflies in a conservation area
, Entomologist's Gazette 59(2): 79-84 (2008)

How abyssal organisms maintain enzymes of the "right' size
, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. B Comparative Biochemistry 52(1): 39-41 (1975)

How accretionary prisms elucidate seismogenesis in subduction zones
, Pages 288-315 2007 (2007)

How accurate are (super 234) Th measurements in seawater based on the MnO (sub 2) -impregnated cartridge technique?
, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems - G (super 3) 7(3, 2006 (2006)

How accurate are (super 234) Th measurements in seawater based on the MnO (sub 2) -impregnated cartridge technique?; discussion
, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems - G (super 3) 9(2): (Citation Q02009 (2008)

How accurate are (super 234) Th measurements in seawater based on the MnO (sub 2) -impregnated cartridge technique?; reply
, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems - G (super 3) 9(2): (Citation Q02010 (2008)

How accurate are resting energy expenditure prediction equations in obese trauma and burn patients?
, Jpen. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition 32(4): 420-426 (2008)

How accurate is the phenotype? - an analysis of developmental noise in a cotton aphid clone
, Bmc Developmental Biology 8: 19 (2008)

How acidic is the water in the Palatine Forest actually? Thoughts on the acidification processes in the Palatine Forest
, Mitteilungen der Pollichia 85: 19-34 (1998)

How age impairs the response of the neuromuscular junction to nerve transection and repair: An experimental study in rats
, Journal of Orthopaedic Research: Official Publication of the Orthopaedic Research Society 27(3): 385-393 (2008)

How altruism evolves: assortment and synergy
, Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19(5): 1389-93; Discussion 1426-36 (2006)

How amoebae drink
, New Scientist 16: 618-621 (1962)

How amoebae move
, New Scientist 3: 23-25 (1957)

How an Insect Flies
, Pshire Soc: 158-163 (1884)

How an insect climbs up glass
, New Scientist London, no. 22: 32-34 (1957)

How an obscure archaeal gene inspired the discovery of selenocysteine biosynthesis in humans
, Iubmb Life 61(1): 35-39 (2008)

How and when the Lyrebird was discovered
, Emu 55: 1-16 (1955)

How and where to search for IP information on the world wide web: the tricks of the trade and an annotated listing of web resources
, Unknown (2007)

How and why Scorpions hiss
, Nat: 17-25 (1896)

How and why colour is shown
, Pet Fish Month 86: 280-282 (1973)

How and why species multiply. The radiation of Darwin's finches
, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 95(3): 653-654 (2008)

How and why to document rare bird sightings Indiana bird records committee
, Indiana Audubon Quarterly 81(2): 43-47 (2003)

How and why was a histone deacetylase inhibitor created?
, Folia Pharmacologica Japonica 132(3): 173-176 (2007)

How animal behaviour became a science
, New Sciento.,1027: 376-377,378 (1976)

How animals face trouble
, Gamekeeper 63(746): 31-32 (1959)

How animals hold their heads
, Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London 159: 125-139 (1947)

How animals respond to magnetism
, Discovery 24(11): 18-22 (1963)

How animals work
, Unknown (1972)

How ant nests increase soil biota richness and abundance: A field experiment
, Biodiversity and Conservation uary; 15(1): 69-82 (2006)

How antler growth cycles are influenced by day-length and latitude
, International Zoo Yearbook 14: 180-181 (1974)

How are birds coping with the vast change of the 20th century environment
, Bokrnakierie 244: 67-70 (1972)

How are circadian rhythms lost in female ants?
, American Zoologist 8: 768-769 (1968)

How are foliar diseases of sugarbeet faring under growth pressure?
, Unknown (2008)

How are insect Orcadian rhythms controlled ?
, Nature London 223: 781-784 (1969)

How are pharmaceutical and personal care products (PPCPs) removed from urban wastewaters?
, Reviews in Environmental Science and Bio/Technology 7(2): 125-138 (2008)

How are the Beaupre poplar plantations performing?
, Unknown (2006)

How are the Giant Pandas?
, Bulletin of the New York Zoological Society 45: 120-122 (1942)

How are the host spectra of hematophagous parasites shaped over evolutionary time? Random choice vs selection of a phylogenetic lineage
, Parasitology Research 102(6): 1157-1164 (2008)

How arthropod venoms affect man
, Pest Control 31(10): 40-44, 46-48 (1963)

How baby Egyptian geese leave a high nest
, Bokrnakierie 273: 49-51 (1975)

How baby elephants drink
, Zoo Life London, 7: 143 (1952)

How bats find their way
, Country Life London 106: 191-192 (1949)

How bats fly
, Natural History New York 59: 460-463 (1950)

How bats hunt with sound
, National Geographic Magazine 119: 571-578 (1961)

How beetles squeak
, Transactions of the Suffolk Naturalists' Society 2: 286-287 (1934)

How behaviour predicts acute endotoxin mastitis in dairy cows?
, Unknown (2007)

How behavioural studies contribute to the species problem: A piscine perspective
, Fish and Fisheries 3(3): 197-212 (2002)

How best to preserve the fertility of pollen of different squash species
, Unknown (2007)

How big are Iowa's snakes?
, Iowa Conserv 2: 105-111 (1951)

How big is a beaked whale? A review of body length and sexual size dimorphism in the family Ziphiidae
, Journal of Cetacean Research and Management 2006(2006) Winter; 7(3): 301-308 (2006)

How big is the financial burden of hepatitis B to society? A cost-of-illness study of hepatitis B infection in Singapore
, Journal of Viral Hepatitis 16(1): 53-63 (2009)

How big is too big? The limitations of insect size
, Anim. Kingd.: 73: 10-16 (1970)

How big, how often and how strong? Aftershocks and urban search and rescue operations
, Unknown (2005)

How birds feed their young
, Country Life London 95: 986-988 (1944)

How birds fly
, Audubon Magazine New York 46: 9-13 (1944)

How birds follow invisible maps
, New Scientist 751063: 292-294 (1977)

How birds get their food
, New York Zoological Society Bulletin 23: 310-316 (1906)

How birds handle their population problem
, Animal Kingdom 58: 72-76 (1955)

How birds keep their cool
, Bokrnakierie, 294: 108 (1977)

How birds learn
, Naturalist London No 817: 53-54 (1946)

How birds learn to make nests and songs
, Nature Notes, VIII 181-188 (1897)

How birds leave the nest
, Animal Kingdom 64: 50-54 (1961)

How birds love city life
, Birds Illustrated 12: 50-52 (1966)

How birds of prey cope with cold weather
, Annual Rep. Hawk Trust 8: 14-15 (1977)

How birds take off and land, pp.336-337 6 photos. Fate of the Passenger-Pigeon
, Country Life London 97: 1086-1087 (1945)

How bison and elk populations impact park visitation: A comparison of results from a survey and a historic visitation regression model
, Society and Natural Resources 17(10): 941-949 (2004)

How broken bones are repaired in nature
, Transois Acad. Sci: 157-165 (1930)

How bryophytes came out of the cold: successful cryopreservation of threatened species
, Biodiversity and Conservation 18(5): 1413-1420 (2009)

How butterflies migrate
, Country Life 1513904: 846-847 (1972)

How cadmium could compromise the completion of the European eel's reproductive migration
, Environmental Science and Technology 42(12): 4607-4612 (2008)

How can ecology be taught in high school?
, Turtox News: 182-188 (1969)

How can farmer managerial capacity contribute to improved farm performance? A study of dairy farms in Sweden
, Food Economics - Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section C 5(1): 44-61 (2008)

How can gender research contribute to a more sustainable forest management?
, Unknown (2000)

How can legislation facilitate the use of biological control of arthropods in North America?
, Unknown (2005)

How can man-made water reservoirs be accounted for in a lumped rainfall-runoff model?
, Water Resources Research 44(3): w03420 (2008)

How can ontologies help vector biology?
, Trends in Parasitology 24(6): 249-252 (2008)

How can science contribute to an ecosystem approach to pelagic, demersal and rock lobster fisheries in South Africa?
, African Journal of: 115-157 (2006)

How can sound science inform good global warming policy?
, Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 39(6): 27 (2007)

How can the Bird-lover help to save the Hawks and Owls. ?
, Auk 46: 190-195 (1929)

How can the fipronil insecticide access phloem?
, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 56(10): 3732-3737 (2008)

How can the process underlying membrane formation cause the development of the egg ?
, New York NY Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 7 120-121 (1910)

How can the sex of a carrier-pigeon be decided even in the young?
, Tori Tokyo 4(Nos. 16-17: 80-91 (1924)

How can the spatial structure and spatio-temporal mode of development of epidemics be analysed?
, Unknown (2008)

How can we correct the fruit setting of Jonagold?
, Unknown (2008)

How can we identify socio-regions in the rangelands of Australia?
, The Rangeland Journal 30(1): 45 (2008)

How can we improve the collection and effectiveness of beach profile datasets?
, SOPAC Miscellaneous Report: 59-60 (2004)

How can we investigate the extremely high marine invertebrate diversity of the Ryukyu Islands?
, Unknown (2005)

How can we, if necessary, improve fruit setting of Jonagold?
, Unknown (2007)

How cells move and associate
, New Scientist 66952: 552-554 (1975)

How certain apogeotropic Nemas climb on a dry surface
, Journal of Parasitology Urbana, 9: 36 (1922)

How chalcophile is rhenium? An experimental study of the solubility of Re in sulphide mattes
, Earth and Planetary Science Letters 260(3-4): 537-548 (2007)

How ciliary Basal bodies develop
, Science 158(3800): 527 (1967)

How clean are our stethoscopes and do we need to clean them?
, Journal of Infection 57(4): 355-356 (2008)

How clever is an Elephant?
, Loris Colombo 5: 150-154 (1950)

How close is too close?
, Bird Numbers 12(1): 17-18 (2003)

How cod shapes its world
, Unknown (2008)

How cod spawn Nielsen's observations
, ProgrAtl. biol. Sta: 15-16 (1958)

How colonization time influences macroinvertebrate community measures on artificial substrates
, Journal of Freshwater Ecology ch; 20(1): 9-16 (2005)

How color may guide the primate world: possible relationships between sexual selection and sexual dichromatism
, Special Topics in Primatology 3: 141-171 (2003)

How complete and correct was Linnaeus' knowledge and classification of the Swedish flora?
, Nordic Journal of Botany 25(1-2): 7-8 (2007)

How complex is GTPase signaling in trypanosomes?
, Trends in Parasitology 24(6): 253-257 (2008)

How complicated is the simplified geometry of salt diapirs?
, Papers presented at the Gulf Coast Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Foundation Annual Research Conference 16: 147-151 (1995)

How confident are we that a species is extinct? Quantitative inference of extinction from biological records
, Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club, 126A 55-58(Suppl) (2006)

How corridors reduce indigo bunting nest success
, Conservation Biology: the Journal of the Society for Conservation Biology 20(4): 1300-1305 (2006)

How could Increase in Permeability to Electrolytes allow the development of the Egg ?
, Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 8 1-3 (1910)

How crop production will be affected by climate change in Africa and its repercussions on the continent
, Unknown (2005)

How cruel is whaling?
, New Scientist, 62901: 591 (1975)

How cryptic is the Scandinavian lynx?
, Molecular Ecology 13(10): 3257-3259 (2004)

How dangerous is the moray eel?
, Australian Natural History 16: 177-182 (1969)

How dead trees sustain live organisms in western forests
, U S Forest Service General Technical Report PSW ust; 181: 291-318 (2002)

How deep can be a dyke?
, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 171(3-4): 215-228 (2008)

How did a mottled petrel reach eastern North America?
, Birders Journal il- ; 12(2): 68-70 (2003)

How did environmental disturbances affect carnivoran diversity? A case study of the Plio “Pleistocene Carnivora of the North-Western Mediterranean
, Unknown (2008)

How did the cattle egret get to America?
, Bokmakierie 20: 79-80 (1968)

How did the horned lizard get its horns?
, Science 305(5692): 1909 (2004)

How did these snails get to Australia?
, Malacological Society of Australasia Newsletter 13: 5 (2006)

How different ape species coexist sympatrically?: foraging patterns of sympatric gorillas and chimpanzees in the Kahuzi-Biega National Park, Democratic Republic of Congo
, Primate Research 19(1): 3-15 (2003)

How different are the DNAS from related animals? Nature
, London 219: 228-232 (1968)

How different are the eastern and western forms of the alfalfa weevil? Proc
, Utah Acad Sci 44: 353-357 (1967)

How different parturition in certain viviparous sharks and rays is overcome
, Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society 67(1): 56-86 (1951)

How difficult is it to achieve compliance with the quality control requirements of the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute's guideline M42-A?
, Aquaculture 276(1-4): 0-4 (2008)