Section 27

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Buzacott, J.H. 1956: Wild cane collection in India. Cane Grower S Quart Bull 19(4): 125
Hunt, G.S. 1963: Wild celery in the lower Detroit River. Ecology 44(2): 360-370
Slocombe, K.E.; Townsend, S.W.; Zuberbühler, K. 2009: Wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) distinguish between different scream types: evidence from a playback study. Animal Cognition 12(3): 441-449
Tanaka, T. 1926: Wild citri of the Japanese territories. Bulteno Sci Fakult Terkult Kjusu Imp Univ Fukuoka Japan 2(1): 51-58
White, C.T. 1949: Wild cottons declared noxious weeds. Queensland Agric Jour 69(3): 143-145
Osebold, J.W. 1959: Wild deer as carriers of anaplasmosis in California. Journal American Vet Medicine Assoc 134(7): 329
Tomlinson, A.R.; Blair, C.K. 1952: Wild dog investigations. The Warburton Ranges Area July 22 to August 29, 1952. Jour Agric Western Australia 1(6): 883-893
Connell, W. 1944: Wild dogs attacking a tiger. Jour Bombay Nat Hist Soc 44(3): 468-470
Kinghorn, J.R. 1932: Wild ducks are not a serious pest of rice crops. Agric Gaz New South Wales 43(8): 603-608
Araratyan, A.G.; Melikyan, N.M. 1955: Wild fatty-oily plants of Armenia. Sbornik Nauch Trudov Arm Sel Skokhoz Inst 9: 195-213
Mikheev, V.A. 1959: Wild feed plants of Bashkiria which appear promising for introduction into cultivation. Trudy Bot Inst Akad Nauk Sssr Ser 6(7 ): 229-232
Pateff, P. 1928: Wild fire a new disease of tobacco leaves in Bulgaria. Rev Inst Recherches Agron Bulgarie 4-2(3): 101-112, 38-43
Merla, G. 1967: Wild fish in carp pond serious nutrient competitors of carp. Deutsche Fischerei Zeitung 14(12): 377-382
Sprunt, A. 1964: Wild flamingoes on parade. Audubon 65(6): 353-355
Taylor, K.S. 1946: Wild flower conservation in New England. Plants And Gardens 2(3): 155-159
Eastwood 1945: Wild flower gardens of San Francisco in the 1890's. Leaflets Of Western Botany 4(6): 153-156
Collings, C.W. 1946: Wild flower photography. Jour Biol Photogr Assoc 15(1): 23-29
Houghton, F. 1950: Wild flower preserves. Plants And Gardens 6(2): 84-88
Ricker, P.L.; Wherry, E.T. 1962: Wild flower preserves, trails and areas to be visited. Plants And Gard 18(1): 93-95
Anonymous 1946: Wild flowers in color. Plants And Gardens 2(3): 160
Militzer, M. 1968: Wild flowers new to oberlausitz formerly associated with vineyards. Abhandlungen und Berichte des Naturkundemuseums Goerlitz 43(6): 9-16
Sharma, J.N.; Swarup, V. 1964: Wild flowers of Kulu Valley Flowers of the main valley and Chanderkhanni Pass. Indian Hort 8(4): 3-6
Barr, C.A. 1962: Wild flowers of South Dakota and its environments. Plants And Gard 18(1): 83-86
Beesley, L.; Beesley, A. 1967: Wild flowers of indiana and franklin county. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 77: 131
Anderson, E. 1962: Wild flowers of the Ozarks. Plants And Gard 18(1): 87-90
Clements, E.S. 1927: Wild flowers of the West. Nat Geogr Mag 51(5): 564-622
Judson, J.E. 1938: Wild flowers used by the Indians for medical purposes. Proceedings W Virginia Acad Science 11: 165-168
Donaldson, R.Dupont 1964: Wild flowers: A neglected element in garden design. Gard J 14(3): 93-95, 7
Pashkevich, V.; Sigov, A.; Anonymous; Anonymous 1927: Wild forms of apple trees in Chimghan, Mongolia. Bulletin Appl Botany and Plant Breed 18(4): 127-184
Nikitin, G.I. 1960: Wild fruit and berry plants of Sakhalin Island Ref. Zh., Biol., 1962, No. 10V8.. V Sb Okhrana Prirody I Ozelenenie 5: 69-70
Petrov, M.P. 1939: Wild fruit-trees of Turkmenian highlands. Priroda Akad Nauk Sssr 5: 55-68
Plekhanov, Y.S. 1956: Wild fruits and their uses. Sad I Ogorod 11: 54-56
Hartley, P.H.T. 1954: Wild fruits in the diet of British thrushes. A study in the ecology of closely allied species. Brit Birds 47(4): 97-107
Anonymous 1931: Wild game census in Colville National Forest, northwestern Washington. Murrelet 12(1): 26
Vick, A.F.W. 1946: Wild gardens. Plants And Gardens 2(3): 150-154
Sell, O.E. 1948: Wild garlic and bitterweed control. Proceedings Southern Weed Conf 1: 3-4
Sell, O.E.; Dallavalle, J.M.; Crowder, L.V. 1949: Wild garlic control. Proceedings Southern Weed Conf 2: 65
Wibeck, E. 1927: Wild geese. Skogen 14(14): 334-337
Cartwright, B.W.; Lloyd, H. 1933: Wild geese killed by lightning. Canadian Field-Naturalist 47(4): 72-73
Fatora, J.R.; Peake, R.H. 1968: Wild grape d as an early fall food source for songbirds vitis d. Oriole 33(1): 18-20
Goloskokov, V.P. 1964: Wild grape in the Zailiiskii Alatau mountains. Bot Zh 49(5): 742-743
Baranov, P.A.Bapahob 1928: Wild grapes of Central Asia and the diversity of cultivated varieties. Proceedings All Russian Congress Botanists Leningrad: 70-71
Gurzhieva, A.V. 1958: Wild grass species in field grass cultivation of the Krasnodar Krai. Sostoyanie i perspektivy izucheniya rastitel'nykh resursov SSSR Current and future state and prospects of the study of plant resources of USSR 479-487
Sibilia, C.; Basile, R. 1960: Wild grasses affected by rusts, collected in Italy during the year 1959. Boll Staz Patol Veg 17(2): 117-125
Kuminov, Y.; Zaytseva, M. 1957: Wild growing berry fields of Tuva. S Kh Sibiri 12: 95-98
Bailey, L. 1958: Wild honeybees and disease. Bee World 39(4): 92-95
Rothschild 1928: Wild hybrid between mallard and plntail. Scottish Nat: 182
Sherrard, D. 1953: Wild iris in Oregon. Garden Jour 3(2): 54-55
Wakely, S. 1961: Wild larvae of Lithophane leautieri Boisd. Ent Rec 73(1): 9
Mukhsin Zade, N.Kh 1961: Wild leafy plants as a source of vitamin C in the diet of collective farmers in Southern Tadzhikstan. Voprosy Pitaniia 20(4): 76-78
Campbell, E. 1927: Wild legumes and soil fertility. Ecology 8(4): 480-483
H , A.H. 1927: Wild life and automobiles. Bird Lore 29(5): 391-392
Cottrell, C.B. 1948: Wild life flocks to Kafue Flats in flood. African Wild Life 2(3): 22-25
Lutz, B. 1932: Wild life in Brazil. A pageant of the fauna that is sheltered in the forests and on the prairies of the largest country in South America. Nat Hist new York 32(6): 539-550
Howes, Paul Griswold 1930: Wild life in Dominica. Nat Hist New York 30(1): 90-103
Schomber, H.W. 1963: Wild life in the Sudan. III. White and black rhinoceros and giant eland. African Wild Life 17(1): 29-35
Schomber, H.W. 1963: Wild life in the Sudan. IV. Desert and semi-desert game animals. African Wild Life 17(2): 117-124
Hornby, J. 1934: Wild life in the Thelon River area, Northwest territories, Canada. Canadian Field-Naturalist 48(7): 105-111
Chaturvedi, M.D. 1968: Wild Life Management. Indian Forester 94(1): 16-19
Wager, V.A. 1964: Wild life menaced by chemicals. African Wild Life 18(2): 109-112
Smith, H.C. 1935: Wild life protection in Burma. JOUR BOMBAY NAT HIST SOC 37(4, Suppl ): 167-188
Wight, H.M. 1931: Wild life reconnaissance. Transactions 18th American Game Conf : 202-213
Leopold, A. 1935: Wild life research in Wisconsin. Trans Wisconsin Acad Sci Arts And Lett 29: 203-208
Macdaniels, L.H. 1949: Wild lilies of the eastern United States. Plants And Gardens 5(2): 90-92
Sinskala, E.N. 1939: Wild lucerne in North Osetia and the adjacent districts of Georgia. Priroda Akad Nauk Sssr 5: 85-86
Retezeanu, M.; Tarpo, E. 1961: Wild medicinal plants from the environment of Timisoara. Lucraril Gradinii Botany Bucuresti acta Botany Horti Bucurestiensis 1960: 347-360
Pangalo, K.I. 1929: Wild melons. Trudy po Prikladnoj Botanike, Genetike i Selekcii 23(3): 229-252
Barrett, C. 1930: Wild nature on the Nullarbor Plain. Australian Mus Mag 4(4): 115-121
Garnett, H. 1929: Wild nature on the Saltee Islands. Irish Nat Jour 2(12): 235-236
Stevens, O.A. 1948: Wild oat germination and other characters. N Dakota Agric Expt Sta Bimo Bull 11(1): 3-6
Kazakevich, L.I.; Sobolevskaia, 0. Iu 1928: Wild odoriferous plants of the Lower Volga region, and their ethereal oils. jour Exp Landwirtsch Sudosten Eur Russl 5(2): 157-210
Holm , K.R. 1936: Wild oil-bearing plants of the mountain Taiga station in the Ussuri District. Trudy Gornotaezhnol Stanisii Dal Nevostochnogo Filiala Akademii Nauk Sssr Transactions Taiga Station 0 The Far Eastern Branch Acad Science 1: 291-303
Morettini, A. 1947: Wild olive trees and their root system. Italia Agric 84(9): 508-518
Sherwood, L.V. 1944: Wild onion and garlic. Circ Illinois Agric Exp Sta 572: 1-8
Tamberg, T.G. 1966: Wild ornamental plants of Western Kopet-Dag. Tr Prikl Bot Genet Selek 30(2): 186-194
Kennou Sebei, S.; Bergaoui, R.; Ben Hamouda, M.; Cooper, R.G. 2009: Wild ostrich (Struthio camelus australis) reproduction in Orbata, a nature reserve in Tunisia. Tropical Animal Health and Production 41(7): 1427-1438
Last, H.R. 1938: Wild pairing of Camptogramma bilineata L and Hemithea strigata Mull. Jour Soc Brit Ent: 233
Yershov, L.A. 1958: Wild peach in the Steppe Zone of Crimea. Vestn S Kh Nauki 2: 22-32
Phillips, J.F. 1926: Wild pig at the Knysna. S African Jour Sci 23: 655-660
Carr, W.H. 1946: Wild pigs of the desert. Nat Hist New York 55(8): 352-355, 392
Edlin, H.L. 1944: Wild pines of southern England. Scottish Forestry 5(8): 58-64
Jain, S.K. 1964: Wild plant-foods of the tribals of Bastar. Proceedings Nat Inst Science India Part B Biol Science 30(2): 56-80
Hammond, E.K. 1962: Wild plants in the terrarium. Plants And Gard 18(1): 27-29
Maurizio, A. 1927: Wild plants suitable for making intoxicating drinks. Ber Deutsch Bot Ges 45(6): 302-307
Dawid Moro?; Magdalena Lenda; Piotr Skórka; Hajnalka Szentgyörgyi; Josef Settele; Michal Woyciechowski 2009: Wild pollinator communities are negatively affected by invasion of alien goldenrods in grassland landscapes. Biological Conservation 142(7): 0-1332
Brucher, H. 1968: Wild potatoes d subsection basarthrum d and hyperbasarthrum d of the cordillera in venezuela. Feddes Repertorium Specierum: 31-46
Jones, J.W. 1950: Wild potherbs of Texas. Texas Jour Sci 2(3): 400-404
Schmidt, Hans Walter 1947: Wild rabbits on pond dams, damage and control. Allgem Fischerei Zeit 72(20): 274-276
Krechmar, A.V. 1966: Wild reindeer in the basin of the Pyasina River. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 45(4): 599-608
Michurin, L. 1962: Wild reindeer on the Taimyr peninsula. Sel Skoe Khoz Sibiri 11: 79-81
V.K.mala; H.C.S.arma; D.M.nohar Rao; K.S.V.raprasad; P.J.B.amel 2009: Wild relatives of sorghum as sources of resistance to sorghum shoot fly, Atherigona soccata. Plant Breeding 128(2): 137-142
Steeves, T.A. 1952: Wild rice Indian food and a modern delicacy. Econ Bot 6(2): 107-142
Lloyd, T. 1939: Wild rice in Canada. Canadian Geogr Jour 19(5): 289-299
Kristkalne, S. 1959: Wild rice in Latvia. Bot Zhur 44(2): 209-211
Miller, H. 1943: Wild rice in Michigan. Michigan Conserv 12(5): 4-5
Moyle, J.B. 1944: Wild rice in Minnesota. Jour Wildlife Management 8(3): 177-184
Ben'kovskn, L.M. 1963: Wild rice on Sakhalin Island. Priroda 52(9): 98-99
Maisterenko, E. 1959: Wild Rice on Unutilized Water Bodies Referat Zhur Biol, 1960, No. 15409.. Okhota I Okhotnich E Khoz 3: 59
Rowe, P.A. 1951: Wild rice processing grows in Manitoba. Food in Canada 11(3): 32-34
Stoddard, C.H. 1960: Wild rice production from new wetlands. Transactions N American Wildlife Conf 25: 144-153
Singh, K.D. 1963: Wild rices in Manipur. Rice News Teller 11(1): 3
D.Amorim, Jose Pimentel 1962: Wild rodents as disseminators of Schistosoma mansoni ova. Rev Inst Med Trop Sao Paulo 4(6): 397-402
Amorim, J.P.D.; Rosa, D.D.; De Lucena, D.T. 1954: Wild rodents reservoirs of S. mansoni in Northeast Brazil. Rev Brasil Malariol E Doencas Trop 6(1): 13-34
Pankova, I.A. 1961: Wild rosemary. Tr Bot Inst Akad Nauk Sssr Ser 5(9): 175-215
Menon, M.K.; Kutty, N.N.R. 1962: Wild rubber as green-leaf manure. Rice News Teller 10(2/3): 43-44
Rush, M.C.; Gooding, G.V.Jr; Ellis, D.E. 1968: Wild rubus spp d as natural hosts of tobacco ringspot virus abstract susceptibility. Phytopathology 58(8): 1065
Deshpande, R.B. 1952: Wild safflower. Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 12(1): 10-14
Janakiraman, A.T. 1961: Wild sericigenous insects of India.. Rev Ver A Soie bombyx Mori L 13(3): 267-278
Ishihara, T. 1943: Wild silk-worm, its bionomics and relation to the silk-worm. Bull Takarazuka Insectarium 31: 1-22
Sarkar, D.C. 1956: Wild silk-worms of India. Science and Culture 22(1): 20-22
Antsiferova, T.A. 1966: Wild solitary bees: pollinators of alfalfa. Uch Zap Mord Univ 54: 96-103
Hutchinson, M.T.; Goheen, A.C.; Varney, E.H. 1960: Wild sources of blueberry stunt virus in New Jersey. Phytopathology 50(4): 308-312
Schweinfurth, G. 1926: Wild species of rice collected in Africa. Ber Deutsch Bot Ges 44(3): 165-167
Skakun, N.P.; Pasechnik, I.K. 1964: Wild strawberry as a cholagogue. Voprosy Pitaniia 23(5): 75-76
White, C.T. 1938: Wild sunflower, a plant poisonous to stock. Queensland Agric Jour 49(2): 113-114
Paulson, G.; Horstadius, S. 1929: Wild swans and other waterfowl in the harbor of Land-skrona, Sweden, during severe winter of 1928-29. Bird Lore 31(4): 307
Innis, P. 1964: Wild swans risk crash landings for corn. Audubon 66(5): 304-305
Sulit, M.S. 1941: Wild teak seedlings as planting stock. Philippine Jour Forest 4(1): 57-62
Partan, S.R. {a}; 1 ; Larco, C.P.; Owens, M.J.; 1 Email: partan@hampshire.edu 2009: Wild tree squirrels respond with multisensory enhancement to conspecific robot alarm behaviour. Animal Behaviour 77.5
Jack Ward Thomas, Calvin Van Hoozer and Rodney, G.Marburger 1964: Wild turkey behavior affected by the presence of golden eagles. The Wilson Bulletin 76(4): 384-385
Glover, F.A.; Wayne Bailey, R. 1949: Wild turkey foods in West Virginia. Jour Wildlife Management 13(3): 255-265
Bridges, H.P. 1945: Wild turkey in Maryland. Game Breeder And Sportsman 50(9/10): 110
Newman, C. 1944: Wild turkey restoration in eastern Texas. Proceedings and Transactions Texas Acad Science 27: 229, (1943)
Coughlin, L.E. 1943: Wild turkeys on Laramie Peak. Wyoming Wild Life 8(10): 1-6
Williams, L.E. 1967: Wild turkeys with supernumerary leg spurs. Auk 84(1): 113-114
Randall, W. 1930: Wild turkeys. Part I. Natural History. Game Breeder 34(2): 37-38
Old, L.J. 1968: Wild type gross leukemia virus carcino ii influence of immuno genetic factors on natural transmission and on the consequences of infection mouse. Journal Of The National Cancer Institute: 97-101
Bannikov, A. 1959: Wild ungulates. Okhota I Okhotnich E Khoz 6: 25-27
BannikoV.A. 1963: Wild ungulates in the Barsa-Kelmes Preserve. Okhota I Okhotnich Khoz 3: 22-23
Aliev, F. 1962: Wild ungulates of Azerbaidzhan. Okhota I Okhotnich E Khoz 12: 28-30
Da Silva, J. Rodrigues 1966: Wild vectors of Trypanosoma cruzi in the state of Guanabara and theirrelatidn to human dwellings. Rev Inst Med Trop Sao Paulo 8(4): 162-166
Riedel, H. 1934: Wild vestigial und die reziproken Kreuzungen. Roux Arch Entwicklungsmech Organ 132(2/3): 463-503
R.J.H.ggar; W.H.lmes 1963: Wild white clover seed production II A survey on wild white clover seed production in Kent, 1961. Grass and Forage Science 18(3): 197-203
Wiles, A. 1950: Wild yeasts. Brewers Guild Jour 36(426): 141-159
Hemmons, L.M. 1954: Wild yeasts in draught beer. 1. An exploratory survey. Jour Inst Brewing 60(4): 288-291
Moore, E.B.; Smith, G.E.; Little, S. 1955: Wild-fire damage reduced on prescribe-burned areas in New Jersey. Jour Forest 53(5): 339-341
Nearing, G.C. 1962: Wild-flower propagation. Plants And Gard 18(1): 15-17
Dydina, R.A. 1959: Wild-growing fodder plants of the Far North and an experiment with their cultivation. Trudy Bot Inst Akad Name Sssr 7: 192-195
English, P.F. 1943: Wild-life an essential resource. Transactions North American Wildlife Conf 8: 187-190
Rand, R.W. 1948: Wild-life utilization in agriculture. Farming in S Africa 23(267): 365-370
Tonooka, A.; Kubo, T.; Ichimiya, S.; Tamura, Y.; Ilmarinen, T.; Ulmanen, I.; Kimura, S.; Yokoyama, S.; Takano, Y.; Kikuchi, T.; Sato, N. 2009: Wild-type AIRE cooperates with p63 in HLA class Ii expression of medullary thymic stromal cells. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 379(3): 765-770
Wang, L.; Deng, H-Xiang.; Grisotti, G.; Zhai, H.; Siddique, T.; Roos, R.P. 2009: Wild-type SOD1 overexpression accelerates disease onset of a G85R SOD1 mouse. Human Molecular Genetics 18(9): 1642-1651
Barratt, R.W.; Johnson, G.B.; Ogata, W.N. 1965: Wild-type and mutant stocks of Aspergillus nidulans. Genetics 52(1): 233-246
Saul, G.B.; Whiting, P.W.; Saul, S.W.; Heidner, C.A. 1965: Wild-Type and Mutant Stocks of Mormoniella. Genetics 52(6): 1317-1327
Richmond, M.H. 1965: Wild-type of exopenicillinase from Staphylococcus aureus. Biochem J 94(3): 584-592
Yourno, J.; Suskind, S.R. 1963: Wild-type-like enzyme in a suppressed tryptophan synthetase mutant of Neurospora. Genetics 48(7): 917-918
Mertz, H. 1953: Wildboars in Austria. Oesterreichs Weidwerk (5/6): 37-39
Smith, B.E. 1946: Wildcat predation on deer. Jour Mammal 26(4): 439-440
Fischer, A.; Schmidt, M. 1938: Wilde Kernund Steinobstarten, ihre Heimat und ihre Bedeutung fur die Entstehung der Kultursorten und die Zuchtung. Zuchter 10(6): 157-167
Gontarski, H. 1931: Wilde Kolonien und freige-baute Nester der Honigbiene . Im Gedenken an Prof. Dr. Gerhard Wulker, 22. Mai 1930. Natur U Mus frankfurt A/M 61(6): 285-298
Kimball, T.L. 1967: Wilderness and public lands. Living Wilderness 30(95): 14-17
Jepson, W.L. 1931: Wilderness areas in California. MADROnO 2(5): 45-47
Etzwiler, D.D.; Drummond, K.R.; Medina, A.M.; Youngquist, R.B.; Siemers, D.E. 1965: Wilderness camping for the diabetic. Diabetes 14(10): 676-681
Errington, P.L. 1962: Wilderness islands of the North. Rising land in the Baltic Sea sustains varied animal life. Nat Hist 71(5): 8-17
Snyder, A.P. 1966: Wilderness management: A growing challenge. J Forest 64(7): 441-446
Merriam, L.C.; Ammons, R.B. 1968: Wilderness users and management in three Montana areas. J Forest 66(5): 390-395
O'Neill, John 2002: Wilderness, cultivation and appropriation. Philosophy and Geography 5(1): 35-50
Burch, W.R. 1966: Wilderness: The life cycle and forest recreational choice. J Forest 64(9): 606-610
Anon 1968: Wildfire clue to human epilepsy pseudomonas tabaci tobacco d leaf damage. Agricultural Research (Washington D C) 17(2): 3-4
Shaw, L.; Thorne, G. 1956: Wildfire control studies in burley tobacco plant beds in North Carolina in 1955. Plant Dis Reporter 40(4): 325-327
Clayton, E.E. 1950: Wildfire disease of tobacco and soybeans. Plant Dis Reporter 34(5): 141-142
Stokes, G.W. 1963: Wildfire inoculations on burley tobacco. Tobacco Sci 7: 163-165
Anonymous 1955: Wildfire resistant Burlev for 1955. Tobacco New York 140(1): 26
Taylor, K.S. 1962: Wildflower gardening in the Northeast. Plants And Gard 18(1): 5-9
Neff, G. 1946: Wildflowers easy to grow. Better Homes And Gardens 24(9): 94-95
Reeve, G. 1968: Wildflowers from seed ornamental horticulture. Australian Plants 5(37):
Ennis, T. 1967: Wildfowl counts in Northern Ireland. Brit Birds 60(8): 347
Joensen, A.H. 1968: Wildfowl counts in denmark in november 1967 and january 1968 methods and results. Danish Review of Game Biology 5(5): 3-72
Tamisier, A. 1966: Wildfowl counts on the French Mediterranean seacoast. Alauda Rev Int Ornithol 34(4): 279-296
Miller, W.L.; Eastcott, E.V.; Maconachie, J.E. 1933: Wildiers' bios: The fractionation of bios from yeast. Journal American Chem Society 55(4): 1502-1517
Eastcott, E.V. 1928: Wildiers' bios: the isolation and identification of Bios I.. Jour Phys Chem 32(7): 1094-1111
Weaver, D.L. 1942: Wildland grazing in northern Michigan. Quart Bull Michigan Agric Exp Sta 25(2): 83-93
Davis, L.S.; De Bano, A. 1962: Wildland value survey shows agreement on fire protection priority. California Agric 16(10): 8-10
Packard, Fred Mallery 1942: Wildlife and aspen in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Ecology 23(4): 478-482
Parker, L.A. 1965: Wildlife and chemical pesticides. J Wash Acad Sci 55(2): 33-38
Swift, L.W. 1962: Wildlife and federal lands. The national forests. Jour Forest 60(1): 21-23
Newman, C.C.; Carlson, S.T. 1962: Wildlife and federal lands. The national park service. Jour Forest 60(1): 26-27
Horning, W.H. 1962: Wildlife and federal landsThe bureau of land management in western Oregon. Jour Forest 60(1): 24-25
Gunter, G. 1957: Wildlife and flood control in the Mississippi valley. Transactions N American Wildlife Conf 22: 189-196
Herbert, P.A. 1946: Wildlife and forests. Wisconsin Conserv Bull 11(2): 14-17
Zwilling, E.A. 1952: Wildlife and its protection in Equatorial Africa. Oesterrichs Weidwerk 17(5/6): 37-40
Callender, R.E.; Goodrum, P.D.; Taylor, W.P. 1942: Wildlife and land use in wartime A Texas study. Cattleman 29(5): 51, 54-58
Linger, A.L. 1943: Wildlife and livestock on Western ranges. Transactions North American Wildlife Conf 8: 62-66
Smith, C.C. 1939: Wildlife and roadside erosion in Central Oklahoma. Proceedings Oklahoma Acad Science 19: 31-35
Janzen, D.H. 1962: Wildlife and the forest environment. Jour Forest 60(1): 6-9
Glascock, H.R. 1968: Wildlife and the pill. J Forest 66(6): 454
Compton, L.V. 1939: Wildlife and the range. Soil Conserv U S Dept Agric 4(9): 215-217
Anonymous 1966: Wildlife and the road verges. Oryx J Fauna Preserv Soc: 277
Mossman, A.S. 1966: Wildlife and the tsetse fly in Rhodesia. Nat Parks Mag 40(228): 10-15
Lay, D.W.; Taylor, W.P. 1943: Wildlife aspects of cut-over pine woodland in eastern Texas. Jour Forest 41(6): 446-448
Ormes, R.M. 1950: Wildlife at timberline. Audubon Mag 52(4): 210-217
Davison, V.E. 1941: Wildlife borders an innovation in farm management. Jour Wildlife Management 5(4): 390-394
Rush, William Marshall 1942: Wildlife census. American Forests 48(1): 20-23
Bennitt, R. 1940: Wildlife conservation and geography. Jour Geogr 34: 217-225
Cowan, I. 1955: Wildlife conservation in Canada. Jour Wildlife Management 19(2): 161-176
Brown, L.H. 1966: Wildlife conservation in Ethiopia. Nature Resour 2(1): 5-8
Kuster, A. 1957: Wildlife conservation in Switzerland and its relation to forest protection. Schweiz Zeitschr Forstw 108(7/8): 445-452
Hellmann, R.A. 1967: Wildlife conservation in Uganda in relation to economic development. Bioscience 17(9): 608-612
Cocozza, J.; Malaga Alba, M. 1962: Wildlife control project in Baja California. Public Health Reports 77: 147-151
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Howard, W.E. 1950: Wildlife depredations on broadcast seedings of burned brushlands. Jour Range Management 3(4): 291-298
Trainer, D.O.; Hale, J.B. 1966: Wildlife disease report from Wisconsin Fsummarv of 1964 report. Wildlife Dis Ass Bull 1(1): 4-5
Herman, C. 1960: Wildlife disease-A progress repor. Newsletter Wildlife Dis Assoc 24: 8-11
Karstad, L. 1965: Wildlife diseases and the veterinarian. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 147(10): 1117-1118
Jensen, A.C. 1964: Wildlife ecology of a heavily-used aquatic area. N Y Fish Game J 11(2): 132-147
George, J.L.; Stickel, W.H. 1949: Wildlife effects of DDT dust used for tick control on a Texas prairie. American Midl Nat 42(1): 228-237
Hill, R.G. 1938: Wildlife extension activities in Michigan. Jour Wildlife Management 2(4): 235-238
Smith, E.H.; Berryman, J.H. 1962: Wildlife extension: past, present, and future. Transactions N American Wildlife Conf 27: 450-459
Leopold, A.; Moore, E.B.; Sowls, L.K. 1939: Wildlife food patches in southern Wisconsin. Jour Wildlife Management 3(1): 60-69
Mason, E.A. 1940: Wildlife food plants in New England. Jour Wildlife Management 4(4): 392-397
Goodrum, P.D.; Reid, V.H. 1956: Wildlife implications of hard-wood and brush controls. Transactions N American Wildlife Conf 21-87: 127-140
Leopold, A. 1943: Wildlife in American culture. Jour Wildlife Management 7(1): 1-6
Parial, V.A. 1962: Wildlife in Manila. U P Vet Philippines 6(3/4): 35-36, 62, 1961/
Gabrielson, Ira Noel 1942: Wildlife in New World economy. Proceedings 8th American Science Congress 5: 263-271
Urban, E.K.; Brown, L.H. 1968: Wildlife in an ethiopian valley eland zebra elephant hartebeest migration pattern. Oryx 9(5): 342-352
Aggarwal, J. 1968: Wildlife in india sanctuaries birds mammals depletion. Blue Jay 26(4): 172-175
Morton, J.N. 1938: Wildlife in the farm program. Pennsylvania Game News 9-(3)(2): 4-6, 30, 4-7, 32
Clarke, C.D. 1958: Wildlife in the forest. Forest Chron 34(1): 7-12
Twiss, R.H. 1967: Wildlife in the metropolitan landscape. Transactions N American Wildlife Natur Resour Conf 32: 69-74
Porter, S. 1968: Wildlife inst photography part 2 choosing your inst camera birds. Animals 11(10): 448-451
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