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Kohner, E.M.; Sleightholm, M.; Fallon, T. 1987: Why does retinopathy deteriorate when diabetic control is improved. IOVS Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 28(3): 244
Naylor, H.; Brandeis, D.; Halliday, R.; Yano, L.; Callaway, E. 1988: Why does scopolamine make easy difficult. Psychophysiology 25(4): 472
Steed, R.; Martinez, R.; Daniels, S.; Meyer, R.; James, F. 1988: Why does stroke volume fall during exercise in some children with aortic stenosis?. Clinical Research 36(1): 50A
Ogino, K.; Eda, H.; Ishikawa, H. 1987: Why does the aphid ribosomal rna lack the hidden break. Zoological Science 4(6): 1022
Dunlop, P.C.; Leis, L.A.; Johnson, G.J. 1988: Why does the cytoplasmic ionized calcium fail to rise in dog platelets that secrete in response to thromboxane a 2. Arteriosclerosis 8(5): 717A
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Hilton Brown, P. 1982: Why does the interference pattern change in muscular dystrophies?. Canadian Journal Of Neurological Sciences: 286
Maruki, Y.; Shimazu, K.; Ohkubo, T.; Sugimoto, H.; Omoto, K.; Asano, Y.; Sudo, A.; Hamaguchi, K. 1987: Why does the intravenous administration of aspirin take effect of migraine attacks?. Headache 27(5): 289
Matusik, H.; Josefik, J. 1985: Why does the long eared owl asio otus nest on the ground. Zpravy MOS (Moravske Ornitologicke Sdruzeni) (43): 131-132
Nagel, W. 1981: Why does trans epithelial sodium transport decrease upon decrease of serosal sodium. Pfluegers Archiv European Journal of Physiology 389(Suppl): R64
Sirna, S.J.; Kieso, R.; Fox Eastham, K.; Charbonnier, F.; Kerber, R.E. 1988: Why does transthoracic impedance decline after direct current countershocks. Journal of the American College of Cardiology 11(2 Suppl A): 210A
Royle, M.G.; Hendry, W.F. 1985: Why does vasectomy reversal fail?. British Journal of Urology 57(6): 780-783
Fanestil, D.D.; Masters, B.R. 1979: Why does water flow stop when anti diuretic hormone is removed. Acta Endocrinologica Suppl (225): 214
Eldridge, J.L. 1980: Why does wilsons petrel oceanites oceanicus have yellow on the webs of its feet. British Birds: 385-387
Przyklenk, K.; Connelley, C.M.; Mclaughlin, R.J.; Kloner, R.A.; Apstein, C.S. 1985: Why doesn't necrotic myocardium rupture more often. Clinical Research 33(4): 814A
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Maher, E.J.; Marks, A.; Crellin, A. 1988: Why don't british uk radiotherapists give single fractions of radiotherapy for bone metastases a survey of the practice of 42 radiotherapists. British Journal of Radiology 61(728): 714
Wing, A.J. 1983: Why don't the British treat more patients with kidney failure?. British Medical Journal 287(6400): 1157-1158
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Pavel, D.G.; Olea, E.; Kang, H.; Zolnierczyk, K.; Sychra, J.J. 1987: Why factor analysis of renal studies. Journal of Nuclear Medicine 28(4 Suppl): 734
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Angenot, L. 1988: Why further investigation of brazilian strychnos. Acta Amazonica 18(1-2 (Suppl): 241-254
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Brown, W.Y. 1982: Why government must intervene in wildlife conservation. Environmental Professional 4(4): 337-339
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Mason, R.G. 1981: Why hemophiliacs bleed. Seligsohn, U , A Rimon And H Horoszowski (Ed ) Haemophilia; Symposia at The 12th Congress Of The World Federation Of Hemophilia, Tel Aviv, Israel, 1979 X+245p Alan R Liss, Inc : New York, N Y , Usa Illus P211-224
Mathews, R.C.; Coursey, B.J.; Lee, T.D. 1981: Why hierarchical retrieval schemes do not facilitate recall a cue overload explanation. Canadian Journal of Psychology 35(4): 347-350
Stevens, P.F. 1986: Why higher taxa in natural systems 1760 1850 are fundamentally artificial the consequences of our misunderstanding of de jussieu. American Journal of Botany 73(5): 690
Baumgartner, I.; Mayr, W.R.; Grabner, G. 1988: Why hla typing for keratoplasty. Klinische Monatsblaetter fuer Augenheilkunde 192(6): 629-633
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Warkany, J. 1988: Why I doubted that thalidomide was the cause of the epidemic of limb defects of 1959 to 1961. Teratology 38(3): 217-219
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Mcdonald, K.; Conroy, R.; Robinson, K.; Mulcahy, R. 1988: Why is atrioventricular block an ominous prognostic sign in myocardial infarction. British Heart Journal 59(5): 614-615
Macara, I.G.; Cantley, L.C. 1981: Why is band 3 a dimer?. Journal of Supramolecular Structure and Cellular Biochemistry (Suppl 5): 125
Mcnair, P.; Hyldstrup, L.; Andersen, T.; Transbol, I. 1986: Why is bone mineral content increased in morbidly obese subjects. Calcified Tissue International 39(Suppl): A137
Starkey, D.H. 1980: Why is complete sterilization of surgical supplies so important now?. Canadian Medical Association Journal 123(4): 255; 257
Wilkin, J.K. 1988: Why is flushing limited to a mostly facial cutaneous distribution?. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 19(2 Part 1): 309-313
Golay, A.; Chen Y D.I.; Reaven, G.M. 1984: Why is high density lipoprotein cholesterol concentration reduced in diabetes. Diabetologia 27(2): 280A
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William Grossman 1985: Why is left ventricular diastolic pressure increased during angina pectoris. Journal of the American College of Cardiology 5(3): 607-608
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Sato, H.; Iwanaga, K.; Ohashi, J.; Shimada, K.; Yoshitake, R. 1984: Why is maintaining arm position fatigable. Journal of Human Ergology 13(2): 166
Hoffman, J.I.E. 1981: Why is myo cardial ischemia so commonly sub endo cardial?. Clinical Science 61(6): 657-662
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Stanley, S.M. 1982: Why is sex necessary?. American Association for the Advancement of Science Abstracts of Papers of the National Meeting 148: 50
Stickle, W.B.; Bayne, B.L. 1979: Why is thais lapillus a stenohaline gastropod. American Zoologist 19(3): 971
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Katze, J.R.; Beck, W.T.; Cheng, C.S.; Mccloskey, J.A. 1982: Why is tumor transfer rna hypo modified with respect to queuosine nucleoside?. Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology 103(3): 317
Khanna, R.; Mactier, R.A.; Nolph, K.D.; Groshong, T. 1988: Why is ultrafiltration lower in children on capd. Kidney International 33(1): 247
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Higenbottam, T. 1982: Why jog?. Thorax: 238
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Sauter, J.J. 1982: Why measles makes so many children blind. Tropical Doctor 12(4 Part 2): 219-222
Merrill, J.M.; Laux, L.; Boisaubin, E.; Thronby, J.T. 1987: Why medical students ms shun the elderly patient. Clinical Research 35(1): 90A
Critchley, E.M. 1986: Why migraine: discussion paper. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 79(2): 87-89
Von Heijne, G. 1986: Why mitochondria need a genome. Febs Letters 198(1): 1-4
Naess, K. 1987: Why more eicosapentaenoic acid epa?. Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening 107(25): 2148-2149
Jean-Pierre Collin; Dan, L.D.nielopol 1979: Why most of the timiriaseviinae ostracoda crustacea became extinct. Geobios 12(5): 0-749
Bush, R.S. 1984: Why multifactorial analysis. International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics 10(Suppl 2): 75
Yesipova, N.G.; Grigolava, M.V.; Shchegoleva, T.Yu; Rogulenkova, V.N.; Maleyev, V.Ya 1981: Why must the temperature of denaturing of collagen be close to the temperature of development of the species. Biophysics (English Translation of Biofizika) 26(2): 362-364
Kuyper, T.W. 1987: Why names of fungi change. Coolia 30(2): 25-30
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Poland, R.L.; Bollinger, R.O.; Bedard, M.P.; Cohen, S.N. 1985: Why neonatal intensive care unit lengths of stay differ from federal guidelines. Pediatric Research 19(4 Part 2): 207A
De Coster, P. 1988: Why nitrates in acute myocardial infarction? Reduction of myocardial demand or increase in coronary blood supply. Advances in Cardiology 36: 174-177
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Somers, A.R. 1984: Why not try preventing illness as a way of controlling Medicare costs?. New England Journal of Medicine 311(13): 853-856
James, C. 1984: Why nursery education. Early Child Development and Care 17(4): 319-336
Burr, D.B.; Martin, R.B.; Schaffler, M.B. 1984: Why osteons. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 63(2): 142
Handler, C.E.; Holt, P.M. 1987: Why pace the elderly?. British Heart Journal 57(1): 75
Geddis, D.C.; Spears, G.F. 1980: Why parents do not provide automobile restraints for their children. Australian Paediatric Journal 16(2): 114-116
Mann, R.G. 1985: Why patient participation groups stop functioning: general practitioners' viewpoint. British Medical Journal 290(6463): 209-211
O'Shea, R.M.; Corah, N.L.; Ayer, W.A. 1986: Why patients change dentists: practitioners' views. Journal of the American Dental Association 112(6): 851-854
Proctor, J.D.; Belvin, D.; Centor, R.M.; Wasserman, A.L. 1983: Why patients fall in the hospital possible iatrogenic disease. Clinical Research 31(5): 868A
Chapman, D.M.; Carpenter, R.R. 1982: Why patients select different forms of health care delivery. Clinical Research 30(4): 813A
Bigger, J.T. 1987: Why patients with congestive heart failure die: arrhythmias and sudden cardiac death. Circulation 75(5 Part 2): Iv28-Iv35
Franciosa, J.A. 1987: Why patients with heart failure die: hemodynamic and functional determinants of survival. Circulation 75(5 Part 2): Iv20-Iv27
Aita, J.F. 1982: Why patients with Parkinson's disease fall. JAMA 247(4): 515-516
Mattson, M.E.; Curb, J.D.; Mcardle, R. 1983: Why people participate in clinical trials results of surveys of participants in 2 trials. Controlled Clinical Trials 4(2): 165
Johannes Meienhofer 1981: Why peptide synthesis continues to remain a formidable challenge. Biopolymers 20(9): 1761-1784
Dancis, J. 1985: Why perfuse the human placenta. Contributions to Gynecology and Obstetrics 13: 1-4
Morgan, D.B. 1981: Why plasma electrolytes?. Annals of Clinical Biochemistry 18(Part 5): 275-280
Vroman, L.; Adams, A.L. 1987: Why plasma proteins interact at interfaces. Brash, J L And T A Horbett (Ed ) Acs (American Chemical Society) Symposium Series, 343 Proteins at Interfaces: Physicochemical And Biochemical Studies; 192nd Meeting Of The American Chemical Society, Anaheim, California, Usa, September 7-12, 1986 X+706p American Chemical Society: Washington, D C , Usa Illus 154-164
Egan, P.F.; Trainor, F.R. 1988: Why produce unicells. Journal of Phycology 24(2 Suppl): 20
Howarth, P.A.; Bailey, I.L.; Berman, S.M.; Greenhouse, D.S.; Heron, G. 1986: Why pupils move to the beat. IOVS Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 27(3): 154
Wyatt, P.J. 1979: Why rapid antibiotic susceptibility testing machines using miniaturized cuvettes sometimes fail. Abstracts of the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology 79: 323
Albright, D.; Feiveson, H. 1987: Why recycle plutonium?. Science 235(4796): 1555-1556
Lonstein, J.E. 1988: Why school screening for scoliosis should be continued. Spine 13(10): 1198-1200
Demain, A.L.; Piret, J.M. 1981: Why secondary metabolism?. Microbiology (Washington D C) : 363-366
D.L.Chapelle, A. 1987: Why sex chromatin screening for gender identification of female athletes should be dropped. American Journal of Human Genetics 41(3 Suppl): A54
Stearns, S.C. 1987: Why sex evolved and the differences it makes. EXPERIENTIA. Supplementum 55: 15-31
Kelly, A.P.; Beers, P.T. 1988: Why sheep die during sea transport. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica Suppl (84): 515
Cohen, I.M.; Scheiber, S.C.; Yamamura, H. 1979: Why should dialysis benefit schizophrenia?. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 167(8): 475-477
Bader J P. 1982: Why should digestive oncology be individualized?. Gastroenterologie Clinique Et Biologique: 699
Townsend, D.S. 1983: Why should male frogs care. American Zoologist 23(4): 913
Sninsky, C.A.; Lynch, D.F. 1986: Why should microtubular inhibitors induce frequent activity fronts of the migrating myoelectric complex. Gastroenterology 90(5 Part 2): 1641
Hadjeb, N.; Price, C.A. 1988: Why should pepper chromoplasts synthesize proteins?. Plant Physiology 86(4 Suppl): 19
Stedman, D.H. 1988: Why should we care about the ozone hole. Photochemistry and Photobiology 47(Suppl): 71S
Esquivel, C.O.; Blaisdell, F.W. 1986: Why small caliber vascular grafts fail: a review of clinical and experimental experience and the significance of the interaction of blood at the interface. Journal of Surgical Research 41(1): 1-15
Murray, T.H. 1985: Why solutions continue to elude us. Social Science and Medicine 20(11): 1103-1107
Bock, O.A. 1980: Why some people become ill. South African Medical Journal 58(19): 775-779
Spees, E.K.; Oakes, D.D.; Hill, G.S.; Light, J.A.; Williams, G.M.; Ernst, C.B. 1982: Why some preserved kidneys do not function a review of preservation related endothelial injuries. Transplantation Proceedings 14(1): 80-85
Miller, W.B. 1986: Why some women fail to use their contraceptive method: a psychological investigation. Family Planning Perspectives 18(1): 27-32
Stableforth, P.G. 1987: Why sports injury clinics?. British Medical Journal 295(6602): 799
Balboni Tashiro, J.; Bowser, A.; Cohen, G.; Sigel, L.; Walborn, P. 1986: Why start late the age of first reproduction in melampus bidentatus. American Malacological Bulletin 4(1): 121-122
Baumelou, E.; Najean, Y. 1983: Why still prescribe chloramphenicol in 1983? Comparison of the clinical and biological hematologic effects of chloramphenicol and thiamphenicol. Blut 47(6): 317-320
Baddeley, A.D. 1986: Why study everyday memory. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 8: 125
Woese, C.R. 1986: Why study evolutionary relationships among bacteria. Schleifer, K H And E Stackebrandt (Ed ) Fems (Federation Of European Microbiological Societies) Symposium, No 29 Evolution Of Prokaryotes; Munich, West Germany, Sept 16-18, 1984 X+367p Academic Press Inc , Publishers: Orlando, Fla , Usa; Academic Press Inc (London) Ltd : London, England Illus 1-30, 1985
Shier, W.T. 1988: Why study mechanisms of cell death?. Methods and Achievements in Experimental Pathology 13: 1-17
Cornoldi, C. 1988: Why study mnemonics. Gruneberg, M M , P E Morris And R N Sykes (Ed ) Practical Aspects Of Memory: Current Research And Issues, Vol 2 Clinical And Educational Implications; 2nd International Conference on Practical Aspects Of Memory, Swansea, Wales, Uk, August 2-8, 1987 Xii+571p John Wiley And Sons, Inc : Somerset, New Jersey, Usa, Chichester, England, Uk Illus 397-402
Slovic, P.; Fischhoff, B.; Lichtenstein, S. 1982: Why study risk perception?. American Association for the Advancement of Science Abstracts of Papers of the National Meeting 148: 102
Ferguson, A. 1983: Why study T cell subsets in Crohn's disease?. Gut 24(8): 687-691
Burney, P. 1988: Why study the epidemiology of asthma?. Thorax 43(6): 425-428
Silva, J.A.D. 1987: Why study the human senses. Ciencia e Cultura (Sao Paulo) 39(5-6): 505-509
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Y.F.L.; Zanocco, J.; Bender, W. 1988: Wide variations in actinomycin d inhibition of nuclear rna synthesis depending on the labeled precursor used. Journal of Cell Biology 107(6 Part 3): 92A
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Miura, G.A.; Broomfield, C.A.; Lawson, M.A.; Worthley, E.G. 1982: Widespread distribution of cholin esterase activity in green plants. Federation Proceedings 41(4): Abstract 5120
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Dwork, A.J.; Schon, E.A.; Herbert, J. 1987: Widespread distribution of transferrin immunoreactivity in human brain. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 13(2): 1251
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Flier, J.; Edwards, M.W.; Daly, J.W.; Myers, C.W. 1980: Widespread occurrence in frogs and toads of skin compounds interacting with the ouabain site of sodium potassium atpase. Science 208(4443): 503-505
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Blinder, G.; Barki, Y.; Pezt, M.; Bar-Ziv, J. 1984: Widespread osteolytic lesions of the long bones in basal cell nevus syndrome. Skeletal Radiology 12(3): 196-198
Mcgarry, R.C.; Riopelle, R.J.; Mirski, S.; Roder, J.C. 1984: Widespread reactivity of the monoclonal antibody hnk 1 with cells of the central nervous system. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 10(1): 40
Bernheim, H.; Dinarello, C. 1981: Widespread receptors for leukocytic pyrogen in rabbit brain. Federation Proceedings 40: 439
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Browning, R.A.; Wade, D.R.; Long, G.; Marcinczyk, M.; Jobe, P.C. 1988: Widespread regional deficits in brain norepinephrine ne uptake and dopamine beta hydroxylase dbh activity in the genetically epilepsy prone rat gepr. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 14(2): 1148
Gessaga, E.C. 1981: Widespread rosenthal fiber formation associated with senile dementia of alzheimers type and vascular amyloidosis confined to the brain. Gerontology 27(1-2): 102-103
Rice, D.D. 1984: Widespread shallow marine storm generated sandstone units in the upper cretaceous mosby sandstone central montana usa. Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Special Publication : 143-162
Friedman, D.P.; Bachevalier, J.; Ungerleider, L.G.; Mishkin, M. 1987: Widespread thalamic projections to layer i of primate cortex. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 13(1): 251
Camilleri, M.; Malagelada J R. 1984: Widespread upper gut motility disturbances in diabetic patients with the gastroparesis syndrome. Gastroenterology 86(5 Part 2): 1039
Morgan, R.P. 1982: Widespread utilization of novel oilseeds on marginal lands potential benefits and risks. American Association For The Advancement Of Science Abstracts Of Papers Of The National Meeting: 8-29
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Lester, D. 1987: Wife abuse and psychogenic motives in nonliterate societies. Perceptual and Motor Skills 64(1): 154
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Von Garssen, G. 1988: Wild animals and hunting under animal protection law aspects. Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 95(2): 66-67
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Gonzalez Romero, A.; Galina Tessaro, P.; Alvarez Cardenas, S. 1988: Wild bighorn sheep and pronghorn antelope in the pinacate sonora mexico a dwindling resource. Whitehead, E E , Et Al (Ed ) Arid Lands: Today And Tomorrow; International Research And Development Conference, Tucson, Arizona, Usa, October 20-25, 1985 Xix+1435p Westview Press: Boulder, Colorado, Usa; London, England, Uk Illus Maps 233-242
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Kabulov, A.D. 1988: Wild fruit and berry plants of the zarafshan reserve uzbek ssr ussr. Uzbekskii Biologicheskii Zhurnal 1: 48-50
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Pavlich, M.; Medina, R. 1981: Wild fungi as supplementary food sources bromatological analysis of pleurotus concavus and pleurocollybia cibaria. Proceedings of the International Botanical Congress 13: 335
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Malhotra, C.L.; Balodi, B. 1984: Wild medicinal plants in the use of johari tribals. Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany 5(4): 841-844
Wolde Johannes, B.; Pal, B.K. 1986: Wild mouse retrovirus induced neurodegeneration. Abstracts of the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology 86: 327
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Baytop, A. 1987: Wild plants on sale in istanbul florists turkey. Istanbul Universitesi Eczacilik Fakultesi Mecmuasi 23: 23-32
Nair, R.B. 1979: Wild populations of areca catechu and cocos nucifera in andaman and nicobar islands india. Indian Journal Of Forestry: 350-363
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Toyoshima, J.; Hayashi, C.; Samejima J I.; Shibata, Y. 1986: Wild rabbits passing over the winter in oshima oshima island hokkaido japan. Bulletin of the Niigata University Forests 19: 75-92
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Hanelt, P.; Fritsch, R.; Kruse, J.; Maass, H.; Ohle, H. 1987: Wild relatives of cultivated allium species. International Botanical Congress Abstracts 17: 288
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Lorenz, K. 1981: Wild rice zizania aquatica the indians staple and the white mans delicacy. Critical Reviews In Food Science and Nutrition: 281-319
Artois, M.; Bonnin, J.L.; Rollin, P.; Aubert, M.F.A. 1988: Wild rodents and epidemiology report on some zoonoses in lorraine france. Stal 13(1): 55-57
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Savitskii, B.P. 1985: Wild ruminants as hosts of ixodid ticks ixodidae in the belorussian ssr ussr. Parazitologiya 19(4): 314-316
Mccown, T.J.; Greenwood, R.S.; Breese, G.R. 1984: Wild running seizures elicited by electrical stimulation of the inferior colliculus are marked by inferior colliculus afterdischarge which can spread to the cortex. Federation Proceedings 43(3): Abstract 1655
Moss, J.P. 1985: Wild species in crop improvements. International Rice Research Institute Biotechnology in International Agricultural Research; Inter-Center Seminar on International Agricultural Research Centers And Biotechnology, Manila, Philippines, Apr 23-27, 1984 Viii+435p International Rice Research Institute: Manila, Philippines Illus Paper 199-208
Lindzey, J.S. 1979: Wild turkey meleagris gallopavo silvestris poult feeding activity in old field agricultural clearing and forest communities. Transactions Of The Northeast Section The Wildlife Society: 109
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Bienz, M.; Kubli, E. 1981: Wild type tyrosine transfer rna g reads the tobacco mosaic virus rna stop codon but q base modified tyrosine transfer rna q does not. Nature (London) 294(5837): 188-190
Gruz, K.; Biacs, P. 1980: Wild yeasts occurring in the process of bakers yeast saccharomyces cerevisiae production. Acta Microbiologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 27(3): 256-257
Hardin, G. 1988: Wilderness a probe into cultural carrying capacity. Population and Environment 10(1): 5-13
Mason, M.J. 1987: Wilderness family therapy experiential dimensions. Contemporary Family Therapy 9(1-2): 90-105
Hedlund, J.D.; Rickard, W.H. 1981: Wildfire and the short term response of small mammals inhabiting a sagebrush artemisia tridentata bunch grass community. Murrelet 62(1): 10-14
Lister, S.M. 1985: Wildfowl movements in yorkshire and lincolnshire and elsewhere along the east coast of britain uk oct. 24th to nov. 7th 1982 an analysis and comparison with previous late autumn movements recorded at spurn bird observatory. Naturalist (Rotherham) 110(973): 53-64
Cook, G.F. 1982: Wildlife and fishery allocation in alaska usa 1982 allocations for subsistence commercial and recreational uses. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference : P617-629
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Schoen, J.W.; Kirchhoff, M.D.; Hughes, J.H. 1988: Wildlife and old growth forests in southeastern alaska usa. Natural Areas Journal 8(3): 138-145
Shoemaker, T.G. 1988: Wildlife and water projects on the platte river colorado wyoming and nebraska usa. Chandler, W J (Ed ) Audubon Wildlife Report, /1989 Xviii+817p Academic Press, Inc : San Diego, California, Usa; London, England, Uk Illus Maps 285-334
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Applegate, R.D.; Rolfe, G.L.; Sipp, S.K. 1982: Wildlife food habits in relation to successional trends in southern illinois usa pine plantations. Speculations in Science and Technology 5(3): 259-268
Byers, S.M.; Montgomery, R.A.; Burger, G.V. 1988: Wildlife habitat assessment of kane county illinois usa. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference : 376-382
Thomas, J.W.; Leckenby, D.A.; Erickson, L.J.; Thomas, S.R.; Isaacson, D.L.; Murray, R. 1986: Wildlife habitat by design national forests in the blue mountains of oregon and washington usa. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference : 203-214
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Lautenschlager, R.A.; Bowyer, R.T. 1985: Wildlife management by referendum when professionals fail to communicate. Wildlife Society Bulletin 13(4): 564-570
Bossenmaier, E.F. 1979: Wildlife management in canada a perspective. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference : P81-89
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Hauser, J.J.; Mulder, J.B. 1982: Wildlife rehabilitation in an animal resource center. Laboratory Animal Science 32(4): 433
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Romesburg, H.C. 1981: Wildlife science gaining reliable knowledge. Journal of Wildlife Management 45.2: 293-313
Veprintsev, B.N. 1980: Wildlife sound recording in the ussr. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 67(3): 321-328
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Müller, F.; O'Rahilly, R.; His, W. 1986: Wilhelm His and 100 years of human embryology. Acta Anatomica 125(2): 73-75
Carrubba, R.W. 1980: Wilhem ten rhyne on dejima nagasaki japan 1674 1676 introduction of acupuncture from japan to the western world. Acupuncture and Electro Therapeutics Research: 181-196
Clenet, D. 1984: Wilks's wilderness garden shirley england uk and the shirley poppy. London Naturalist 64: 23-25
Otoshi, J.; Hartman, T.; Sgroi, V.; Moser, K. 1979: Will 100 percent oxygen breathing revert perfusion scan defects in patients with chronic obstructive airways disease. Chest 76(3): 363
Gerils, L.S. 1982: Will 100 units per milliliter strength insulin alter the speed of insulin absorption?. Diabetologia: 395
Goodwin, C.S.; Armstrong, J.A. 1986: Will antibacterial chemotherapy be efficacious for gastritis and peptic ulcer?. Journal of Antimicrobial ChemoTherapy 17(1): 1-3
Reemtsma, K.; Pierson, R.N.; Marboe, C.C.; Michler, R.E.; Smith, C.R.; Rose, E.A.; Fenoglio, J.J. 1987: Will atherosclerosis limit clinical xenografting?. Transplantation Proceedings 19(4 Suppl 5: 108-118
Anon 1986: Will biotechnology revolutionize agriculture?. Citrus and Subtropical Fruit Journal 623: 5
Hester, A.S. 1985: Will biotechnology science board regulate human gene therapy?. Genetic Technology News 5(10): 4
Touraine, J.L.; Royo, C.; Murray, K.; Roncarolo, M.G.; D.B.uteiller E. 1987: Will bone marrow transplantation be eventually replaced by unmatched stem cell transplantation. Bone Marrow Transplantation 2(Suppl 1): 127
Vera-Román, J.M. 1985: Will cell markers replace histopathological experience in human tissue diagnosis?. Ultrastructural Pathology 8(1): iii-iiv
Zahradnik, R. 1986: Will chemistry survive the impact of physics and biology?. Annales Academiae Regiae Scientiarum Upsaliensis 26: 92-100, 1985
Kuller, L.H.; Traven, N.; Perper, J.A.; Rutan, G.; Dai, W.S. 1985: Will coronary heart disease deaths disappear in young adults. American Heart Association Monograph 114: III-54
Gifford, R.M. 1981: Will crop production increase as carbon di oxide increases. Proceedings of the International Botanical Congress 13: 2
Geekie, M.; Eaton, J.; Simpson, H.; Mann, J.I. 1981: Will diabetics accept an increase in dietary carbohydrate?. Diabetologia 21(5): 507
Bertram, D.A. 1984: Will diagnosis related group prospective reimbursement adversely affect cancer control?. Medical and Pediatric Oncology 12(6): 41A
Ashburn, W.L. 1982: Will digital intra venous ventriculography replace radio nuclide angiography as the preferred method to evaluate global and regional cardiac function?. Kaku Igaku 19(9): 1308-1309
Hiatt, H.H.; Weinstein, M.C. 1985: Will disease prevention spare the medical commons?. Ciba Foundation Symposium 110: 218-235
Yin, T.P.; George, S.L.; Jarritt, P.H.; Ell, P.J.; Cotton, P.B. 1986: Will dynamic technetium 99m diethyliminodiacetic acid scan be useful in evaluating papillary disorders. Gastroenterology 90(5 Part 2): 1699
Mccormick, R.D. 1986: Will future convenience meals be brewed in a vat?. Prepared Foods 155(5): 213-214, 217
Kent, D.L.; Larson, E.B. 1987: Will history repeat itself declining sensitivity of magnetic resonance imaging. Clinical Research 35(3): 350A
Thompson, S.C. 1981: Will it hurt less if i can control it? A complex answer to a simple question. Psychological Bulletin 90(1): 89-101
Schröder, T.; Joffe, N. 1986: Will lasers replace electrocautery in surgery?. Annales Chirurgiae et Gynaecologiae 75(1): 3-4
Levy, R. 1987: Will monoclonal antibodies find a place in our therapeutic armamentarium?. Journal of Clinical Oncology: Official Journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology 5(4): 527-529
Beck, B.D.; Brain, J.D.; Bohannon, D.E. 1981: Will mount st helens washington usa volcanic ash injure the lung. American Review of Respiratory Disease 123(4 Part 2): 149
Cooper, A.M. 1985: Will neurobiology influence psychoanalysis?. American Journal of Psychiatry 142(12): 1395-1402
Malinas, Y. 1985: Will obstetrics die of cesarean?. Chigot, Jtretiens De Bichat Pitie-Salpetriere,: Paris, France. Illus. 193
Protell, R.L.; Tripp, M.R.; Morgan, T.R.; Kendall, D.; Serokman, R.A.; Alberts, D.S. 1986: Will ornithine decarboxylase levels predict adenoma prone patients. Gastroenterology 90(5 Part 2): 1591
Deakin, M.; Ramage, J.; Paul, A.; Shoulder, J.; Gray, S.P.; Billings, J.; Colinjones, D.G.; Williams, J.G. 1985: Will overnight response to cimetidine predict healing of duodenal ulcers. Gut 26(10): A1150
Grondin, B. 1985: Will paraplow fight no till compaction. Agrichemical Age 29(8): 42, 44
Furchgott, R.F. 1987: Will pharmacological procedures for receptor classification continue to be used in the future recent research supporting an affirmative answer. Black, J W , D H Jenkinson And V P Gerskowitch (Ed ) Receptor Biochemistry And Methodology, Vol 6 Perspectives on Receptor Classification; Schild Conference, London, England, Uk, December 16-17 1985 Xi+295p Alan R Liss, Inc : New York, New York, Usa Illus 269-280
Hester, A.S. 1985: Will pollen be key to genetic engineering in corn. Genetic Technology News 5(10): 2-3
Caldwell, R.W.; Anthony, R.V.; Whittier, J.C.; Smith, M.F.; Morrow, R.E. 1988: Will porcine relaxin induce parturition in beef cows when administered 10 days prepartum. Journal of Animal Science 66(Suppl 1): 150
Rejholec, V.; Jirousek, R.; Zavidil, Z.; Bumba, K.; Rychetnik, M. 1982: Will prevention of arthrosis be possible through control of risk factors?. Arthritis and Rheumatism 25(4 Suppl): S67
Taylor, L.S. 1988: Will radiation control be by reason or regulation?. Health Physics 55(2): 133-138
Farrerons, J. 1987: Will recent advances in the field of osteoporosis change our therapeutic approach?. Revista Espanola de Reumatologia 14(6): 237-239
Tally, J. 1984: Will sports medicine become more than just a sideline. Physician and Sportsmedicine 12(11): 133-136
Maniscalco, W.M.; Kendig, J.W.; Shapiro, D.L. 1988: Will surfactant replacement therapy alter hospital charges for extremely premature infants. Pediatric Research 23(4 Part 2): 417A
Mohana Rao, J.K.; Hargrave, P.A.; Argos, P. 1983: Will the 7 helix bundle be a common structure for integral membrane proteins?. Febs Letters 156(1): 165-169
Sacharow, S. 1985: Will the aseptic food carton ever replace the metal can. Prepared Foods 154(9): 35-36
Hansen, A. 1985: Will the government's mass media campaign on drugs work?. British Medical Journal 290(6474): 1054-1055
Hammond, D.C.; Erickson, M.H. 1988: "Will the real Milton Erickson please stand up?. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis 36(3): 173-181
Frevert, T.; Klemm, O. 1984: Will there be a drop in ph of rain and fog water when drying up on plants. Archives for Meteorology Geophysics and Bioclimatology Series B Climatology Environmental Meteorology Radiation Research 34(1-2): 75-82
Kootstra, G. 1988: Will there still be an organ shortage in the year 2000?. Transplantation Proceedings 20(5): 809-811
Cetas, T.C. 1984: Will thermometric tomography become practical for hyperthermia treatment monitoring?. Cancer Research 44(10 Suppl): 4805s-4808s
Dreyfuss, U.Y.; Caine, Y.G.; Margaliot, S.Z. 1985: Will they fly again? the probability of wounded military aviators returning to flying duty: a study of 70 cases. Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine 56(7): 702-708
Anon 1985: Will this leveraged buy out work. Farm Chemicals: 34-35
Milford, E.L.; Ratner, L.; Yunis, E. 1987: Will transplant immunogenetics lead to better graft survival in blacks? Racial variability in the accuracy of tissue typing for organ donation: the fourth American workshop. Transplantation Proceedings 19(2 Suppl. 2): 30-32
Goodlin, R.C. 1987: Will treatment with digoxin antibody benefit pregnant patients with toxemia and elevated digoxin like factor?. Medical Hypotheses 24(1): 107-110
Hester, A.S. 1986: Will we have to forget applications of ribosomal dna in environment. Genetic Technology News 6(4): 1-2
Sine, C. 1985: Will you be around in 2000 ?. Farm Chemicals 148(3): 56
Dufton, B.D. 1986: Will you be my friend? group psychotherapy with lonely people. Psychotherapy Patient 2(3): 61-76
Mcneil, N.I.; Mcneil, R. 1984: Will your dietary advice succeed?. Clinical Science 67(Suppl 9): 26P
Khan, J.A.; Albert, D.M.; Parker, W. 1988: Willard Parker's 1841 orbital operation. Survey of Ophthalmology 33(2): 117-120
Evans, R.H.; Jones, A.W.; Watkins, J.C. 1980: Willardiine a potent quisqualate like excitant. Journal of Physiology (Cambridge) 308: 71P-72P
Kazmier, F.J.; Owen, C.A.Jr; O'fallon W.M.; Palumbo, P.J.; Bowie, E.J.W. 1979: Willebrand antigen and ristocetin cofactor in athero sclerosis and diabetes mellitus. Circulation 60(2): II271
Golbe, L.I. 1985: William a. hammond cerebral hyperemia and the early flowering of american neurology. Annals of Neurology 18(1): 127-128
Davis, P. 1987: William backhouse 1807 1869 of st. john's hall wolsingham england uk entomologist ornithologist and horticulturalist. Naturalist (Rotherham) 112(982): 85-93
Carroll, R.L. 1982: William dawson and the vertebrate fossils of the joggins fauna nova scotia canada. Journal of Paleontology 56(2 Suppl): 5-6
D.Vorsey, L.Jr 1980: William de brahms continuation of the atlantic pilot an empirically supported 18th century model of north atlantic surface circulation. Sears, M And D Merriman (Ed ) Oceanography: The Past; 3rd International Congress on The History Of Oceanography, Woods Hole, Mass , Usa, Sept 22-26, Xx+812p Springer-Verlag: New York, N Y , Usa; Berlin, West Germany Illus Maps P718-733
Whitaker, H.A. 1986: William elder diagram maker and experimentalist. Neurology 36(4 Suppl 1): 165
Lombroso, C.T.; Lennox, W.G. 1988: William G. Lennox: a remembrance. Epilepsia 29 Suppl. 2: S5-14
Chen, T.S.; Chen, P.S.; Harvey, W. 1988: William Harvey as hepatologist. American Journal of Gastroenterology 83(11): 1274-1277
Miller, I. 1987: William james and the psychology of consciousness beginnings of the american school. Contemporary Psychoanalysis: 299-313
Stephenson, W. 1988: William james neils bohr and complementarity iv. the significance of time. Psychological Record 38(1): 19-36
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Green, G.H.; Liley, W. 1986: William Liley and fetal transfusion: a perspective in fetal medicine. Fetal Therapy 1(1): 18-22
McHugh, P.R.; Osler, W. 1987: William Osler and the new psychiatry. Annals of Internal Medicine 107(6): 914-918
Spaulding, W.B. 1986: William osler's experiences with smallpox. Annals of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada 19(6): 445-450
Mchenry, L.C.Jr 1985: William oslers case notes from the philadelphia infirmary for nervous diseases. Neurology 35(4 Suppl 1): 262
Harrison, A.J. 1988: William saville kent f.l.s. f.z.s. f.r.m.s. 1845 1908. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 122(2): 165-178
Stuckey, R.L. 1987: William starling sullivant and his associates. American Journal of Botany 74(5): 674
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Rowbury, R.J. 1981: William withering of birmingham england uk and the botanical microscope. Microscopy 34(4): 244-253
Rehder, H.B. 1984: Williamia mollusca gastropoda proposed conservation. Bulletin Of Zoological Nomenclature: 159-162
Leichtman, D.A.; Kuwahara, S.S. 1979: Williams b factor deficiency a new coagulation factor deficiency. Clinical Research 27(4): 639A
Welch, J.; Palmer, S.; Banatvala, J.E.; Bradbeer, C.; Barlow, D. 1986: Willingness of homosexual and bisexual men in london england uk to be screened for human immunodeficiency virus. British Medical Journal 293(6552): 924
Manheim, L.M.; Chang, R.W.; Falconer, J. 1987: Willingness to pay for cures as a measure of the cost of disease the case of musculoskeletal problems of the knee. Arthritis and Rheumatism 30(4 Suppl): S12
Lewis, P.; Barr, A.L.; Baker, B.; Sperow, C.; Pell, E.; Clark, W. 1986: Willow bend demonstrational farm west virginia usa five year plan 1986 1990. West Virginia University Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station Miscellaneous Publication 17: 1-9
Harris, J.H.; Sanders, S.D.; Flett, M.A. 1987: Willow flycatcher surveys in the sierra nevada california usa. Western Birds 18(1): 27-36
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Crouch, R.; Dwyer, P.J.; Honeyman, M.N. 1987: Willows for gully erosion control in the central tablelands of new south wales australia. Journal of Soil Conservation New South Wales 43(1): 28-31
Kasumov, M.A. 1983: Willows of the azerbaijan ssr ussr as prospective tinctorial plants for the dyeing of wool. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Azerbaidzhanskoi SSR Seriya Biologicheskikh Nauk 6: 116-122
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Beckwith, J.B. 1983: Wilms' tumor and other renal tumors of childhood: a selective review from the National Wilms' Tumor Study Pathology Center. Human Pathology 14(6): 481-492
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Anonymous 1982: Wilms' tumor: genetic aspects and etiology. Progress in clinical and biological research 100: 43-57
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Hrabovsky, E.E.; Othersen, H.B.; deLorimier, A.; Kelalis, P.; Beckwith, J.B.; Takashima, J. 1986: Wilms' tumor in the neonate: a report from the National Wilms' Tumor Study. Journal of Pediatric Surgery 21(5): 385-387
Cairney, A.E.; Andrews, M.; Greenberg, M.; Smith, D.; Weksberg, R. 1987: Wilms tumor in three patients with Bloom syndrome. Journal of Pediatrics 111(3): 414-416
Hesseling, P.B.; Wessels, G.; Van, B.uren A.J. 1985: Wilms' tumor late hypertension and recurrent pulmonary metastases complete remission with ifosfamide and mesna. European Paediatric Haematology and Oncology 2(4): 227-228
Dao, D.D.; Schroeder, W.T.; Chao, L.Y.; Lewis, W.H.; Nichols, W.; Pathak, S.; Riccardi, V.; Strong, L.C.; Saunders, G.F. 1986: Wilms' tumor loss of heterozygosity for chromosome 11p loci by chromosome loss or somatic recombination. Proceedings of the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting 27: 163
Byrd, R.L. 1988: Wilms' tumor medical aspects. Broecker, B H And F A Klein (Ed ) Pediatric Tumors Of The Genitourinary Tract Ix+336p Alan R Liss, Inc : New York, New York, Usa Illus 61-74
Mesrobian, H.G. 1988: Wilms tumor: past, present, future. Journal of Urology 140(2): 231-238
Krummel, T.M. 1988: Wilms' tumor surgical aspects. Broecker, B H And F A Klein (Ed ) Pediatric Tumors Of The Genitourinary Tract Ix+336p Alan R Liss, Inc : New York, New York, Usa Illus 75-86
Han, P.; Lou, J.; Wong, H.B. 1987: Wilms' tumor with acquired von willebrand's disease. Australian Paediatric Journal 23(4): 253-256
Rainwater, L.M.; Hosaka, Y.; Farrow, G.M.; Kramer, S.A.; Kelalis, P.P.; Lieber, M.M. 1987: Wilms' tumors relationship of nuclear dna ploidy to patient survival. Journal of Urology 138(4 Part 2): 974-977
Ozsoylu, S.; Kocak, N. 1988: Wilson disease in Turkish children. European Journal of Pediatrics 147(3): 334
Wilson, S.L.; Allender, J. 1988: Wilson's adapted memory scale for children. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 10(1): 85
Rosselli, M.; Lorenzana, P.; Rosselli, A. 1985: Wilson's disease a case of reversible dementia. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 7(6): 616
Sagen, E.; Lange, O.; Westgaard, G.; Bland, J.; Romslo, I. 1986: Wilson's disease and liver failure in childhood. Acta Pharmacologica et Toxicologica 59(Suppl 7): 236-239
Bouix, J.; Courtine, P.; Alezrah, C. 1987: Wilson's disease and psychiatry one case. Encephale 13(3): 113-116
Weizman, Z.; Picard, E.; Barki, Y.; Moses, S. 1988: Wilson's disease associated with pancreatitis. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition 7(6): 931-933
Dorney, S.F.; Kamath, K.R.; Procopis, P.G.; Kan, A.E. 1986: Wilson's disease in childhood. a plea for increased awareness. Medical Journal of Australia 145(10): 538-541
Hartleb, M.; Zahorska-Markiewicz, B.; Ciesielski, A. 1987: Wilson's disease presenting in sisters as fulminant hepatitis with hemolytic episodes. American Journal of Gastroenterology 82(6): 549-551
Love, J.R.; Pappas, S.C.; Cohen, L.B.; Habal, F.; Blendis, L. 1986: Wilson's disease varied clinical presentation and normal ceruloplasmin. American Journal of Gastroenterology 81(9): 878
Devetag, F. 1986: Wilson's syndrome with familiarity for mucopolysaccharidosis. Giornale di Neuropsichiatria dell'Eta Evolutiva 6(3): 237-242
Scheinberg, I.H. 1981: Wilsons disease and the physiological chemistry of copper. Martell, A E (Ed ) Acs (American Chemical Society) Symposium Series, Vol 140 Inorganic Chemistry in Biology And Medicine; Symposium at The 178th Meeting, Washington, D C , Usa, Sept 10-11, 1979 Viii+436p American Chemical Society: Washington, D C , Usa Illus P373-380, 1980
Batey, R.; Kirk, A.; Sherlock, S. 1980: Wilsons disease experience with long term dextro penicillamine therapy. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Medicine 10(1): 112
Chan W Y.; Coffman, M.A.; Rennert, O.M. 1981: Wilsons disease fibroblasts mutants of intra cellular copper transport. Pediatric Research 15(4 Part 2): 560
Nazer, H.; Ede, R.; Mowat, A.P.; Williams, R. 1982: Wilsons disease in childhood a plea for early diagnosis. Gut 23(10): A922
Sternlieb, I. 1984: Wilson's disease: indications for liver transplants. Hepatology 4(1 Suppl): 15s-17s
A.M.ller-Jensen; S.T.Z.chokke; L.L.chenmayer 1983: Wilsons disease visual evoked responses in correlation with the clinical course. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 56(3): 0
Lhotsky, D.M.; Schade, R.R.; Van Thiel, D.H. 1981: Wilsons disease with adult onset. Gastroenterology 80(5 Part 2): 1340
Schreiber, M.H. 1982: Wilson's law of diminishing returns. Ajr. American Journal of Roentgenology 138(4): 786-788
Moore, J.L.; Moore, M. 1984: Wilsons phalarope phalaropus tricolor new record at manawatu river estuary a new bird for new zealand. Notornis 31(4): 330-333
Spaans, A.L.; Autar, L. 1982: Wilsons phalarope phalaropus tricolor new record from surinam. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club 102(3): 114-115
Sagar, P.M.; Harrison, K.C. 1984: Wilsons phalaropes at lake ellesmere new zealand. Notornis 31(4): 333-334
Vader, W.; Barrett, R.T. 1984: Wilsons storm petrel oceanites oceanicus at 77 degrees north late nov. 1980. Ardea 72(2): 235
Alavi, A. 1985: Wilt and die back of strawberries. Iranian Journal of Plant Pathology 21(1-4): 22
Gupta, I.J. 1986: Wilt disease of ber in indian desert a new record. Indian Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology 14(3): 271
Cotty, P.J.; Misaghi, I.J. 1984: Wilt inducing factors from cotton infected with phymatotrichum omnivorum. Phytopathology 74(7): 817
Vasantha Kumar, T. 1984: Wilt of patchouli pogostemon patchouli a new disease caused by rhizoctonia solani. Current Science 53: 707
Hillier, K. 1982: Win 32729 2 alpha 4 alpha 5 alpha 17 beta 4 5 epoxy 17 hydroxy 4 17 dimethyl 3 oxo androstane 2 carbonitrile. Drugs of the Future 7(9): 661-662
Hillier, K. 1980: Win 35428 2 beta carbo methoxy 3 beta p fluorophenyl tropane. Drugs of the Future 5(9): 459-460
Chem, E.S.aff 1980: Win 40882 n tert butyl n' 2 4 pyridinylpyrimidin 4 yl urea. Drugs of the Future 5(2): 97
Hopkins, S.J. 1982: Win 41258 3 4 6 2 chloro 4 methoxyphenoxyhexyl 3 5 diethyl 1 h pyrazolemethanesulfonate. Drugs of the Future 7(1): 44-46
Anon 1982: Win 47203 1 6 di hydro 2 methyl 6 oxo 3 4' bi pyridine 5 carbonitrile. Drugs of the Future 7(10): 757-758
Anon 1987: Win 48098. Drugs of the Future 12(9): 867-869
Ward, S.J.; Casiano, F.; Mastriani, D.; Haubrich, D. 1987: Win 48098 a new analgesic inhibitory properties in isolated tissue preparations in vitro. Federation Proceedings 46(3): 850
Pacheco, M.; Childers, S.R.; Ward, S.J. 1988: Win 48098 a novel aminoalkylindole analgesic inhibition of adenylate cyclase in rat cerebellar membranes. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 14(1): 325
Ezrin, A.; Stankus, G.; Croote, S.; Volberg, W.; Weldon, M.; Rosi, D.; D'ambra T.; Wentland, M.; Bailey, D. 1988: Win 54177 4 a novel class i iii antiarrhythmic. FASEB Journal 2(5): Abstract 7324
Stankus, G.; Eisenberg, W.; Bailey, D.; Ezrin, A. 1988: Win 54177 4 prevents ventricular fibrillation in a canine model of sudden death. FASEB Journal 2(5): Abstract 7325
Burridge, J.M.; Quarendon, P.; Morffew, A.J.; Todd, S.J.P. 1985: Winchester graphic system a flexible combination of interactive and solid molecular modeling. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry Suppl (9 Part B): 139
Curtis, B.A.; Mcclain, E.; Seely, M.K. 1984: Wind and foraging activity of namib desert south west africa insects. South African Journal of Science 80(4): 192-193
Makus, D.J. 1988: Wind and other factors affect the quality of field grown european cucumbers. HortScience 23(5): 830
Tran Viet Dzung 1988: Wind as a factor of pathogenesis. American Journal of Acupuncture 16(2): 159-164
Pradhan, S.K. 1987: Wind chill index and thermal comfort over madhya pradesh india. Selvamurthy, W (Ed ) Progress in Biometeorology, Vol 4 Contributions to Human Biometeorology; International Conference, New Delhi, India, 1983 Vi+230p Spb Academic Publishing: The Hague, Netherlands Illus Maps 39-50
Nathan, K.K. 1987: Wind chill over hill stations in india. Selvamurthy, W (Ed ) Progress in Biometeorology, Vol 4 Contributions to Human Biometeorology; International Conference, New Delhi, India, 1983 Vi+230p Spb Academic Publishing: The Hague, Netherlands Illus Maps 51-58
Loetschert, W. 1984: Wind damage and animal bites as environmental factors. Natur und Museum (Frankfurt am Main) 114(7): 185-192
Crawford, R.L. 1980: Wind direction and the species composition of autumn television tower kills in northwest florida usa. Auk: 892-895
Augspurger, C.K. 1981: Wind dispersal and fungal mortality of neotropical tree seedlings. Proceedings of the International Botanical Congress 13: 267
E.D.King 1982: Wind dispersion a program for the texas instruments 59 calculator. Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association 32(5): 537-539
Lee, L.S.; Lee, L.V.Jr; Russell, T.E. 1985: Wind driven aspergillus flavus inoculation of cotton bolls in arizona usa. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 62(4): 656
Kummer, J. 1986: Wind eggs and dwarf eggs. Beitraege zur Vogelkunde 32(1): 17-26
Eisenbruch, M. 1983: "Wind illness' or somatic depression? a case study in psychiatric anthropology. British Journal of Psychiatry: the Journal of Mental Science 143: 323-326
Pehrson, J.; O'connell N. 1986: Wind machine operations in central california usa. Citrograph 72(1): 13-14
Niklas, K.J.; Buchmann, S.L. 1986: Wind pollination in two sympatric species of ephedra. American Journal of Botany 73(5): 674
Whitehead, D.R. 1983: Wind pollination some ecological and evolutionary perspectives. Real, L (Ed ) Pollination Biology Xvii+338p Academic Press, Inc : Orlando, Fla , Usa; London, England Illus 97-108
Davies, C.T.M. 1981: Wind resistance and assistance in running. Di Prampero, P E And J R Poortmans (Ed ) Medicine And Sport, Vol 13 Physiological Chemistry Of Exercise And Training; 1st International Course on Physiological Chemistry Of Exercise And Training, Fiuggi Terme, Italy, Oct 1-4, 1979 Viii+219p S Karger: Basel, Switzerland; New York, N Y , Usa Illus P199-212
Harrington, T.C.; Rizzo, D.M.; Marchand, P.J. 1984: Wind rocks root disease and mortality of subalpine red spruce picea rubens and balsam fir abies balsamea. Phytopathology 74(7): 823
Arbas, E.A.; Hildebrand, J.G. 1986: Wind sensitive head hairs a mechanosensory pathway activating flight in the hawkmoth manduca sexta. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 12(2): 857
Blake, A. 1986: Wind shelter is essential for horticultural production. WANATCA Yearbook 11: 99-107
Gordon, G.E.; Rheingrover, S.W. 1981: Wind trajectory method for determining compositions of particles from major air pollution sources. Abstracts of Papers American Chemical Society 182: PHYS 193
Benninghoff, W.S.; Benninghoff, A.S. 1985: Wind transport of electrostatically charged particles and minute organisms in antarctica. Siegfried, W R , P R Condy And R M Laws (Ed ) Antarctic Nutrient Cycles And Food Webs; 4th Scar (Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research) Symposium on Antarctic Biology, Wilderness, South Africa, Sept 12-16, 1983 Xiv+700p Springer-Verlag: New York, N Y , Usa; Berlin, West Germany Illus Maps 592-596
Fox, R.D. 1986: Wind tunnel checks spray drift. Agricultural Research (Washington D C) 34(5): 14-15
Koenig Langlo, G.; Schatzmann, M. 1988: Wind tunnel modeling of accidentally released gases heavier than air. Grefen, K And J Loebel (Ed ) Environmental Meteorology; International Symposium, Wuerzburg, West Germany, September 29-October 1, 1987 Xi+661p Kluwer Academic Publishers: Dordrecht, Netherlands; Boston, Massachusetts, Usa Illus Maps 243-254
Y.I.e; S.U.yama; K.K.bayashi 1987: Wind tunnel modeling of gas diffusion from a road tunnel outlet. Science of The Total Environment 59(none): 211-222
Plate, E.J. 1988: Wind tunnel simulation of accidental releases in chemical plants. Grefen, K. Loebel (ed.). Environmental Meteorology; International Symposium, Wuerzburg, West Germany, September 29-October 1, . Xi 661p. Kluwer Academic Publishers: Dordrecht, Netherlands; Boston, Massachusetts, Usa. Illus. Maps. 291-304
M.P.reh; J.E.C.rmak 1984: Wind tunnel simulation of diffusion in a convective boundary layer. Boundary-Layer Meteorology 30(1-4): 431-455
Davis, J.M.; Rogers, H.H. 1980: Wind tunnel testing of open field chambers for plant effects assessment. Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association 30(8): 905-909
Pedgley, D.E. 1985: Windborne migration of heliothis armigera lepidoptera noctuidae to the british isles. Entomologist's Gazette 36(1): 15-20
Taksdal, G. 1986: Windbreak effects on the carrot crop. HortScience 21(3 Section 2): 834
Ringquist, S.; Hanlon, S. 1986: Winding angle and circular dichroism spectral changes of b form dna in ethanol water solvents. Biophysical Journal 49(2 Part 2): 302A
Whitmore, F.C.; Carnes, R.A. 1981: Windmills incinerators and siting. Journal of Hazardous Materials 5(1-2): 103-110
Stavert, D.M.; Lehnert, B.E. 1988: Window of susceptibility for the potentiation of oxidant gas induced lung injury by post exposure exercise. American Review of Respiratory Disease 137(4 Part 2): 354
Scriver, C.R. 1982: Window panes of eternity. Health, disease, and inherited risk. Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 55(5-6): 487-513
Anon 1985: Windproof sprayer eliminates drift. Farm Chemicals 148(3): 44-45
Chesnin, L. 1981: Windrow composting municipal sewage wastes for land application. Environmental Professional 3(1-2): 85-92
Schultz, L.W. 1988: Windrow lifter us patent 4739610. april 26 1988. Official Gazette of the United States Patent and Trademark Office Patents 1089(4): 1685
Phelan, G.E. 1987: Windrow shaping apparatus us patent 4702062 october 27 1987. Official Gazette of the United States Patent and Trademark Office Patents 4: 1716
Macmaster, H.J.; Deardorff, D.R.; Getz, B.L. 1988: Windrow turner discharge chute us patent 4748803. june 7 1988. Official Gazette of the United States Patent and Trademark Office Patents 1091(1): 49
Reid, S.; Carroll, J.; Fenwick, P.B.C.; Master, D.; Walton, R. 1980: Windsor house london england uk a rehabilitation hostel. Acta Neurologica Scandinavica Suppl 62(79): 108
Glass, A. 1987: Windsurfer's winged scapula. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 66(5): S39-S40
Solheim, K. 1986: Windsurfing and injuries. Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening 106(25): 2013
Medhat, M.A.; Trautman, P. 1987: Windswept deformity in cerebral palsy patients and its effect on seating. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 68(9): 665-666
Letts, R.M.; Jurenka, S.; Klassen, O.; Shapiro, L. 1981: Windswept hip phenomenon and scoliosis in cerebral palsy. Orthopaedic Transactions 5(1): 26-27
Allen, W. 1985: Windy city biotechnology chicago technology park usa on its way. Genetic Engineering News 5(5): 23, 30
Sillano, M. 1988: Wine and alcoholic beverages pros and cons. Clinica Dietologica 15(5): 259-260
Albisu, L.M.; Dominguez, J.A. 1986: Wine consumer behavior with respect to advertising. HortScience 21(3 Section 2): 777-778
Seigneur, M.; Bonnet, J.; Dorian, B.; Hourdille, P.; Gouverneur, G.; Larrue, J.; Crockett, R.; Boisseau, M.; Ribereau Gayon, P.; Bricaud, H. 1987: Wine consummation and platelet aggregation. Thrombosis and Haemostasis 58(1): 558
Anon 1987: Wine grape production in step with demand. Food in Canada 47(3): 38