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Poultry Improvement Plan.
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ADYRBEKOV, I. Chemical Composition of
Milk of Crossbred Ewes in Relation to
Age and Lactation Period. Translated
from Russian: Izvestiva Akadremii Vauk
Kazakhskei SSR Biologishaskaya.
6: 76-79, 1976. TRANS. No. 24788
ANTONIUK, V. P. Role of Sheep as
Latent Reservoirs for Foot and Mouth
Disease Virus. Translated from
Russian: 20t0 World Vet. Conr.
3: 2513-2517. TRANS. No. 24780.
DEMARLY, Y. Host-Pathogen Relationships
and Multiline Strategies. Translated
from French: Am. Phytorathol.
9(1):21-31, 1977. TRANS. No. 24752.
DERZHAVIN, L. M. Automated Agri-
cultural Chemization Control System.
Translated from Russian: Khimiya V
Sel'Skom Khozyaystve. 5: 6-9, 1976.
TRANS. NO. 24751.
GIRAUD, M. An Industrial Vaccine
Against Foot-and-Mouth Disease (FMD)
Used in Sows. Vaccination of Piglets.
Translated from French: Receul. Med.
Vet. 150(9): 793-800,1974.
TRANS. No. 24839
GUTIERREZ, B. E. Cellular Cultures
in Isolation of Viruses of
Vesicular Diseases. Translated
from Spanish: Rev. ICA (Inst.
Colomb. Agropecu.). 8(11: 31-36.
1973. TRANS. No. 24781
IRRAYEV, G. Z. Transformation of
the Composition of N-Hydrocarbons
of Diesel Fuel From Mangyshlak
Oil From in Biosynthesis of Food
Protein. Translated from Russian:
Tnvestiya Akademmi Nauk Yazakhskou
SSP Seriya Khimicheskaya. 1: 78-80,
1976. TRANS. No. 24760.
PREGERNIG, S. Organization of
Animal Transport in a Campaign
Against FMD, Practical Experiences.
Translated from German: Wiener
Tierarztl. Monatschr. (61
(8/9): 207-210. 1974. TRANS.
The titles listed below are owned by the Libtary; those lacking call numbers ha not yet
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Bibliography of Ground-water Studies
in Neu Mexico, 1873-1977. Compiled by
Robert L. Borton. (New Mexico State
Engineer Special Publication). Santa
Fe, New Mexico State Engineer. 1978.
121 p. 1,636 citations. Order from
Publisher. Not priced. (NAL call
Coconut Intercropping and Coconut
By-Products: A Bibliography of
Published Literature 1966-1978.
Edited by Richard Aroksaar and
Hiasinita Alalamua. (South Pacific
Commission. Information Document no.
44). Noumea, New Caledonia, South
Pacific Commission. December 1978.
51 p. Approx. 407 citations. Order
from Publisher. Free. (NAL call no.:
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Alabama 35660 (NAL call no. for
series: Z5074.F4N3). Free or at cost.
Alcohol as Fuel, 1977-1979.
1622). April 1979. 6 p. 100
Agricultural Uses of Peat. 1970-1979.
(no. 1625). May 1979. 4 p. 40
Diammonium Phosphate. 1970-1978.
(no. 1626). May 1979. 6 p. 63
Selected Bibliography and Index of
Earth Science Reports and Maps
Relating to Land-Resource Planning
and Management Published by the
U.S. Geological Survey Through
October 1976. Compiled by Margaret
F. Eister. U.S. Geological Survey.
Bulletin 1442). Washington, U.S.
Government Printing Office. 1978.
76 p. Approx. 748 citations. Order
from Superintendent of Documents,
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Washington, D.C. 20402. Stock No.
024-001-03217-2. Price $2.20.
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Breeding and Genetics
The following bibliographies were
published as part of a series of
annotated bibliographies prepared
from Animal Breeding Abstracts by
the Commonwealth Pureau of Animal
Breeding and Genetics. Order from:
The Commonwealth Bureau of Animal
Breeding and Genetics, the King's
Building, Edinburgh 9, Scotland.
(NAL call no. for series: Z7993.C6).
Double fusclinq in Beef Cattle,
1972-1978. (no. 224A). April
1979. 14 p. 43 citations. (Price:
(CBABC, continued on page 9)
(CBABG, continued from page 8)
Crossbreeding Fxperiments in Beef
Cattle (Tropics and Subtropics).
1973-1978. (no. 263A). March 1979.
37 p. 120 citations. Price: $14.
Fine-Wooled Breeds of Sheep in the
USSR, 1971-1.978. (no. 34R). 119791.
[67 p.]. Approximately 268 citations.
A.rects of Leucosis in
1961-1977. (no. 347).
1979. 10 p. 39 citations.
Clearance has been granted to USDA authors to publish the following
An Annotated Bibliography of Nursery
Production and Planting of Southern
Pines, 1955-1980. Compiled by Charles
Venator. For information contact:
Compiler, USDA, Southern Forest
Experiment Station, 2500 Shreveport
Highway, Pineville, LA 71360.
An Annotated Bibliography of Surface
Wind Velocity in Mountainous Terrain.
Compiled by Robert G. Raughman. For
information contact: Compiler, USDA,
Intermountain Forest and Range
Experiment Station, Northern Forest
Fire Laboratory, Drawer G, Missoula,
An Annotated Bibliography on the
Screwworm Cochliomyia Hominivorax.
Compiled by J. Wendell Snow. For
information contact: Compiler, USDA,
SEA, SR, P.O. Box 986, Moore Air Base,
Mission, TX 78572.
Bibliography and Abstracts on Wool
and 'ohair Research in WRRC,
1950-1977. Compiled by Robert E.
Whitfield. For information
contact: Compiler, USDA, SEA, AR,
Western Regional Research Center,
800 Bachanan Street, Albany, CA
A Bibliography for Small and
Organic Parmers, 7920 to 1978.
Compiled by James W. Schwartz. For
information contact: Compiler,
USDA, SEA, Personnel Division, Room
567, Federal Center Building,
Hyattsville, MD 20782.
Methods for Determining Functional
Properties of Foods: Ribliography
and Review. Compiled by John P.
Cherry. For information contact:
Compiler, USDA, SEA, AR, Southern
Regional Research Center, P.O. Box
19687, New Orleans, LA 70179.
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73 citations from
by Henry Gilbert .
NAL--BIBL.--7Q-21. Frperiment and
Extension Publications on Greenhouses
and Agriculture, 1974-1978. 157
citations from AGRICOLA. Search by
Charles N. Rebee. June 1979.
NAL--BIBL.--79-22. Rerves Viruses in
Horses, 1969-1978. 170 citations
from AGRICOLA. Search by Jesse
Ostroff. June 1979.
NAL--BIBL.--79-23. Urban Forestry,
1973-1978. 368 citations from
AGRICOLA. Search by Jayne T. MacLean
and Charles N. Bebee. September
1979. Supersedes 77-21.
NAL--BIRL.-79-24. agriculture and
Alternate Energy Sources, 1968-1978.
136 citations from AGRICOLA. Search
by David R. Hoyt and Charles N.
Bebee. July 1979.
NAL--BIBL.-79-25. Adjuvants and
Surfactants on Plants, 1969-1978.
196 citations from AGRICOLA. Search
by Charles N. Rebee. July 1979.
NAL--BIBL .--79.26. Atraaine,
1969-1978. 296 citations from
AGRICOLA. Search by Charles N.
Bebee. July 1979.
NAL--RI BL.--79-27. Drip and
Trickle Trrigation, 2974-1978.
265 citations from AGRI OLA.
Search by David Hoyt and
Charles N. Rebee. July 1979.
NAL--RIRL --79-28. Organic Parming
and Gardening, 1969-1978. 200
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by Charles N. Bebee. July
NAL--R IBL .--79-29. Weather
Models and Simulation Studies
Applied to Agriculture,
1970-1979. 183 citations from
AGRICfLA. Search by David R.
Hoyt. July 1979.
NAL--RIBL.--79-30. Wood as Fuel
and an Alternative Energy
Source, 1968-1978. 122 cita-
tions from AGRICOLA. Search by
Charles N. Bebee. July 1979.
NAL-RIRL.--79-31. Farm Families
and Family Farms, 1968-1978.
131 citations from AGRIODLA.
Search by Charles N. Rebee.
NAL -- BL.--79-32. Transporting
Commodities and Rural People,
1969-1978. 279 citations from
AGRICOLA. Search by Charles N.
Pebee. September 1979.
Ownership of U.S. Agricultural
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61 citations from AGRICOLA.
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Agriculture and Society in Seventeenth
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Carbofuran: Criteria for Interpreting
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