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    1. Pollard, H; Cruzan, M; Pigliucci, M
      Comparative studies of reaction norms in Arabidopsis. I. Evolution of response to daylength

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY RESEARCH
    2. Gomez, I; Luning, K
      Constant short-day treatment of outdoor-cultivated Laminaria digitata prevents summer drop in growth rate

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    3. Gomez, I
      Ecophysiology of Antarctic macroalgae: effects of environmental light conditions on photosynthetic metabolism

      Revista chilena de historia natural
    4. Butterfield, J; Whittaker, JB; Fielding, CA
      Control of the flexible annual/biennial life cycle of the heather psyllid Strophingia ericae

      PHYSIOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    5. Nishida, H; Okumoto, Y; Nakagawa, H; Ichitani, K; Inoue, H; Tanisaka, T
      Analysis of tester lines for rice (Oryza sativa L.) heading-time genes using reciprocal photoperiodic transfer treatments

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    6. Moreira-Dias, JM; Molina, RV; Guardiola, JL; Garcia-Luis, A
      Daylength and photon flux density influence the growth regulator effects on morphogenesis in epicotyl segments of Troyer citrange

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    7. Sgrosso, S; Esposito, F; Montresor, M
      Temperature and daylength regulate encystment in calcareous cyst-forming dinoflagellates

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    8. Perret, M; Aujard, F
      Regulation by photoperiod of seasonal changes in body mass and reproductive function in gray mouse lemurs (Microcebus murinus): Differential responses by sex

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY
    9. Siopes, TD
      Temporal characteristics and incidence of photorefractoriness in turkey hens

      POULTRY SCIENCE
    10. Notter, DR; Chemineau, P
      Nocturnal melatonin and prolactin plasma concentrations in sheep selected for fertility in autumn lambing

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    11. Rothery, P; Wyllie, I; Newton, I; Dawson, A; Osborn, D
      The timing and duration of moult in adult Starlings Sturnus vulgaris in east-central England

      IBIS
    12. Cober, ER; Stewart, DW; Voldeng, HD
      Photoperiod and temperature responses in early-maturing, near-isogenic soybean lines

      CROP SCIENCE
    13. Paynter, BH; Juskiw, PE; Helm, JH
      Phenological development in two-row spring barley when a grown in a long-day (Alberta, Canada) and a short-day (Western Australia, Australia) environment

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCE
    14. Juskiw, PE; Jame, YW; Kryzanowski, L
      Phenological development of spring barley in a short-season growing area

      AGRONOMY JOURNAL
    15. Francis, SM; Littlejohn, RP; Stuart, SK; Veenvliet, BA; Suttie, JM
      The effect of restricted feeding on growth hormone (GH) secretory patternsin genetically lean and fat wether lambs

      ANIMAL SCIENCE
    16. Lafarge, M
      Phenotypes and the onset of competition in spring barley stands of one genotype: daylength and density effects on tillering

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY
    17. Aamlid, TS; Heide, OM; Boelt, B
      Primary and secondary induction requirements for flowering of contrasting European varieties of Lolium perenne

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    18. Wurr, DCE; Fellows, JR; Andrews, L
      The effects of temperature and daylength on flower initiation and development in Dianthus allwoodii and Dianthus alpinus

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    19. Lucas, MC
      The influence of environmental factors on movements of lowland-river fish in the Yorkshire Ouse system

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    20. Richardson, TL; Gibson, CE; Heaney, SI
      Temperature, growth and seasonal succession of phytoplankton in Lake Baikal, Siberia

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    21. Jourdan, S; Fontaine, P; Boujard, T; Vandeloise, E; Gardeur, JN; Anthouard, M; Kestemont, P
      Influence of daylength on growth, heterogeneity, gonad development, sexualsteroid and thyroid levels, and N and P budgets in Perca fluviatilis

      AQUACULTURE
    22. Genin, F; Perret, M
      Photoperiod-induced changes in energy balance in gray mouse lemurs

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    23. Wiseman, NJ; Turnbull, CGN
      Effects of photoperiod and paclobutrazol on growth dynamics of petioles instrawberry (Fragaria x ananassa)

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    24. Wiseman, NJ; Turnbull, CGN
      Endogenous gibberellin content does not correlate with photoperiod-inducedgrowth changes in strawberry petioles

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    25. Watad, AA; Luria, G; Borochov, A
      Aconitum: effects of environmental conditions and tuber size on growth, flowering and tuber production

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    26. Bakken, AK; Baevre, OA
      Optimizing the lighting regime for Alstroemeria with respect to photoperiod and fluence rates

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    27. Burkhardt, S; Riebesell, U; Zondervan, I
      Stable carbon isotope fractionation by marine phytoplankton in response todaylength, growth rate, and CO2 availability

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    28. Farooqi, AHA; Samgwan, NS; Sangwan, RS
      Effect of different photoperiodic regimes on growth, flowering and essential oil in Mentha species

      PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    29. Popovich, CA; Gayoso, AM
      Effect of irradiance and temperature on the growth rate of Thalassiosira curviseriata Takano (Bacillariophyceae), a bloom diatom in Bahia Blanca estuary (Argentina)

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    30. Thompson, P
      Response of growth and biochemical composition to variations in daylength,temperature, and irradiance in the marine diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana (Bacillariophyceae)

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    31. Goldman, KR; Mitchell, CA
      Transfer from long to short photoperiods affects production efficiency of day-neutral rice

      HORTSCIENCE
    32. Okubo, H; Sugiharto, AN; Miho, N
      Bulbing response of shallot (Allium cepa L. var. ascalonicum Backer) and Allium x wakegi Araki to daylength and temperature

      JOURNAL OF THE JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
    33. Sweeney, T; Kelly, G; O'Callaghan, D
      Seasonal variation in long-day stimulation of prolactin secretion in ewes

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    34. SKJELVAG AO
      CLIMATIC CONDITIONS FOR CROP PRODUCTION IN NORDIC COUNTRIES

      Agricultural and food science in Finland
    35. PERRET M; AUJARD F; VANNIER G
      INFLUENCE OF DAYLENGTH ON METABOLIC-RATE AND DAILY WATER-LOSS IN THE MALE PROSIMIAN PRIMATE MICROCEBUS-MURINUS

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Molecular & integrative physiology
    36. LINCOLN GA; CLARKE IJ
      ABSENCE OF PHOTOPERIODIC MODULATION OF GONADOTROPIN-SECRETION IN HPD RAMS FOLLOWING CHRONIC PULSATILE INFUSION OF GNRH

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    37. ONOUCHI H; COUPLAND G
      THE REGULATION OF FLOWERING TIME OF ARABIDOPSIS IN RESPONSE TO DAYLENGTH

      Journal of plant research
    38. Aamlid, TS; Arntsen, D
      Effects of light and temperature on seed germination of Poa pratensis fromhigh latitudes

      ACTA AGRICULTURAE SCANDINAVICA SECTION B-SOIL AND PLANT SCIENCE
    39. EHLERS JD; HALL AE
      HEAT TOLERANCE OF CONTRASTING COWPEA LINES IN SHORT AND LONG DAYS

      Field crops research
    40. McWatters, HG; Saunders, DS
      Maternal temperature has different effects on the photoperiodic response and duration of larval diapause in blow fly (Calliphora vicina) strains collected at two latitudes

      PHYSIOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    41. BLUMENTHAL MJ; HARRIS CA
      EFFECTS OF PHOTOPERIOD AND TEMPERATURE ON SHOOT, ROOT AND RHIZOME GROWTH IN 3 LOTUS-ULIGINOSUS SCHKUHR POPULATIONS

      Annals of botany
    42. VEISZ OB; SUTKA J
      FROST-RESISTANCE OF CHINESE SPRING CHEYENNE CHROMOSOME SUBSTITUTION LINES UNDER SHORT-DAY AND LONG-DAY HARDENING CONDITIONS

      Plant breeding
    43. Ichitani, K; Okumoto, Y; Tanisaka, T
      Genetic analyses of low photoperiod sensitivity of rice cultivars from thenorthernmost regions of Japan

      PLANT BREEDING
    44. Jame, YW; Cutforth, HW; Ritchie, JT
      Interaction of temperature and daylength on leaf appearance rate in wheat and barley

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    45. SLOSSER JE; PINCHAK WE; RUMMEL DR
      BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC REGULATION OF APHIS-GOSSYPII GLOVER IN WEST TEXAS DRYLAND COTTON

      The Southwestern entomologist
    46. Ruszler, PL
      Health and husbandry considerations of induced molting

      POULTRY SCIENCE
    47. Rhind, SM; Mcmillen, SR; Duff, E; Hirst, D; Wright, S
      Seasonality of meal patterns and hormonal correlates in red deer

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    48. Reading, CJ
      The effect of winter temperatures on the timing of breeding activity in the common toad Bufo bufo

      OECOLOGIA
    49. ELLIS RH; SUMMERFIELD RJ; OMANGA PA; QI A; ROBERTS EH
      FLOWERING IN PIGEONPEA IN KENYA - SENSITIVITY TO PHOTOPERIOD AND TEMPERATURE DURING PRE-FLOWERING DEVELOPMENT

      Experimental Agriculture
    50. SHINTANI Y; ISHIKAWA Y
      PHOTOPERIODIC CONTROL OF LARVAL DIAPAUSE IN THE YELLOW-SPOTTED LONGICORN BEETLE, PSACOTHEA-HILARIS - ANALYSIS BY PHOTOPERIOD MANIPULATION

      Entomologia experimentalis et applicata
    51. DAWSON A; SHARP PJ
      THE ROLE OF PROLACTIN IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF REPRODUCTIVE PHOTOREFRACTORINESS AND POSTNUPTIAL MOLT IN THE EUROPEAN STARLING (STURNUS-VULGARIS)

      Endocrinology
    52. RYYNANEN L
      EFFECT OF ABSCISIC-ACID, COLD HARDENING, AND PHOTOPERIOD ON RECOVERY OF CRYOPRESERVED IN-VITRO SHOOT TIPS OF SILVER BIRCH

      Cryobiology
    53. TRENHOLM LE; DUDECK AE; SARTAIN JB; CISAR JL
      BERMUDAGRASS GROWTH, TOTAL NONSTRUCTURAL CARBOHYDRATE CONCENTRATION, AND QUALITY AS INFLUENCED BY NITROGEN AND POTASSIUM

      Crop science
    54. CHANG YP; DING SF; CHOU CC; DU BS; CHEN WS
      DAYLENGTH AFFECTS PROTEIN PATTERN AND FLOWERING IN TUBEROSE (POLIANTHES TUBEROSE L.)

      Zhongyang yanjiuyuan. zhiwuxue huikan
    55. WILSON FE; REINERT BD
      EFFECT OF WITHDRAWING LONG DAYS FROM MALE AMERICAN TREE SPARROWS (SPIZELLA-ARBOREA) - IMPLICATIONS FOR UNDERSTANDING THYROID-DEPENDENT PROGRAMMING OF SEASONAL REPRODUCTION AND POSTNUPTIAL MOLT

      Biology of reproduction
    56. DRACUP M; THOMSON B; READER M; KIRBY EJM; SHIELD I; LEACH J
      DAYLENGTH RESPONSES, FLOWERING TIME, AND SEED FILLING IN LUPINS

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    57. PLUMMER JA; WANN JM; ORIFICI R; SPADEK ZE
      EFFECTS OF PHOTON FLUX-DENSITY ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS, GROWTH, FLOWERING, AND OIL CONTENT IN BORONIA

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    58. MANAKASEM Y; GOODWIN PB
      USING THE MORAL STATUS OF STRAWBERRY PLANTS, AS DETERMINED BY STEREOMICROSCOPY AND SCANNING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY, TO SURVEY THE PHENOLOGY OFCOMMERCIAL CROPS

      Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science
    59. FRANCIS SM; VEENVLIET BA; STUART SK; LITTLEJOHN RP; SUTTIE JM
      THE EFFECT OF PHOTOPERIOD ON PLASMA-HORMONE CONCENTRATIONS IN WETHER LAMBS WITH GENETIC-DIFFERENCES IN BODY-COMPOSITION

      Animal Science
    60. WEBSTER JR; CORSON ID; LITTLEJOHN RP; SUTTIE JM
      INCREASED WINTER GROWTH IN MALE RED DEER CALVES UNDER AN EXTENDED PHOTOPERIOD

      Animal Science
    61. MITCHELL LM; KING ME; AITKEN RP; WALLACE JM
      INFLUENCE OF LAMBING DATE ON SUBSEQUENT OVARIAN CYCLICITY AND OVULATION RATE IN EWES

      Animal Science
    62. BINGHAM BL
      LIGHT CYCLES AND GAMETOGENESIS IN 3 TEMPERATE ASCIDIAN SPECIES

      Invertebrate biology.
    63. BADURA LL; GOLDMAN BD
      ANTERIOR-PITUITARY RELEASE OF PROLACTIN IS INHIBITED BY EXPOSURE TO SHORT PHOTOPERIOD

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    64. GOMEZ I; WIENCKE C
      SEASONAL GROWTH AND PHOTOSYNTHETIC PERFORMANCE OF THE ANTARCTIC MACROALGA DESMARESTIA-MENZIESII (PHAEOPHYCEAE) CULTIVATED UNDER FLUCTUATINGANTARCTIC DAYLENGTHS

      Botanica acta
    65. ZARAZAGA LA; MALPAUX B; CHEMINEAU P
      THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE MELATONIN SECRETORY RHYTHM ARE NOT MODIFIED BY THE STAGE OF PREGNANCY IN EWES

      Reproduction, nutrition, development
    66. DIEKMAN MA; ARTHINGTON JA; CLAPPER JA; GREEN ML
      FAILURE OF MELATONIN IMPLANTS TO ALTER ONSET OF PUBERTY IN GILTS

      Animal reproduction science
    67. SHINTANI Y; ISHIKAWA Y
      EFFECTS OF PHOTOPERIOD AND LOW-TEMPERATURE ON DIAPAUSE TERMINATION INTHE YELLOW-SPOTTED LONGICORN BEETLE

      Physiological entomology
    68. REEKIE JYC; HICKLENTON PR; REEKIE EG
      THE INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF CARBON-DIOXIDE ENRICHMENT AND DAYLENGTH ONGROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT IN PETUNIA-HYBRIDA

      Annals of botany
    69. GIANQUINTO G
      MORPHOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL-ASPECTS OF PHASE-TRANSITION IN RADICCHIO (CICHORIUM-INTYBUS L. VAR. SILVESTRE BISCH.) - INFLUENCE OF DAYLENGTH AND ITS INTERACTION WITH LOW-TEMPERATURE

      Scientia horticulturae
    70. GUTTERMAN Y
      EFFECT OF DAYLENGTH ON FLOWERING AND SEED MORPHOLOGY OF SPERGULARIA-DIANDRA OCCURRING IN THE NEGEV DESERT, ISRAEL

      Journal of arid environments
    71. SIOPES T
      TRANSIENT HYPOTHYROIDISM REINITIATES EGG-LAYING IN TURKEY BREEDER HENS - TERMINATION OF PHOTOREFRACTORINESS BY PROPYLTHIOURACIL

      Poultry science
    72. PUDDEPHAT IJ; ALDERSON PG; WRIGHT NA
      INFLUENCE OF EXPLANT SOURCE, PLANT-GROWTH REGULATORS AND CULTURE ENVIRONMENT ON CULTURE INITIATION AND ESTABLISHMENT OF QUERCUS-ROBUR L IN-VITRO

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    73. EZEKIEL R
      EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND CULTURAL-FACTORS DURING GROWTH OF SEED POTATO (SOLANUM-TUBEROSUM) CROP ON SUBSEQUENT PERFORMANCE OF PROGENY TUBERS AS SEED

      Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences
    74. EZEKIEL R
      EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND CULTURAL-FACTORS DURING GROWTH OF SEED POTATO (SOLANUM-TUBEROSUM) CROP ON SUBSEQUENT PERFORMANCE OF PROGENY TUBERS AS SEED

      Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences
    75. CHRISTIANSENWENIGER P; HARDIE J
      DEVELOPMENT OF THE APHID PARASITOID, APHIDIUS-ERVI, IN ASEXUAL AND SEXUAL FEMALES OF THE PEA APHID, ACYRTHOSIPHON-PISUM, AND THE BLACKBERRY-CEREAL APHID, SITOBION FRAGARIAE

      Entomophaga
    76. GORTMAKER SL; KAGAN J; CASPI A; SILVA PA
      DAYLENGTH DURING PREGNANCY AND SHYNESS IN CHILDREN - RESULTS FROM NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN HEMISPHERES

      Developmental psychobiology
    77. NIGAM SN; DWIVEDI SL; RAMRAJ VM; CHANDRA S
      COMBINING ABILITY OF RESPONSE TO PHOTOPERIOD IN PEANUT

      Crop science
    78. COBER ER; TANNER JW
      USE OF SOUTHERN PARENTS IN A SHORT-SEASON SOYBEAN BREEDING PROGRAM ISFACILITATED WITH LONG-DAY SCREENING

      Canadian Journal of Plant Science
    79. TANAKA S; SADOYAMA Y
      PHOTOPERIODIC TERMINATION OF DIAPAUSE IN FIELD-COLLECTED ADULTS OF THE BOMBAY LOCUST, NOMADACRIS-SUCCINCTA (ORTHOPTERA, ACRIDIDAE) IN SOUTHERN JAPAN

      Bulletin of entomological research
    80. UCHIDOI T; TAKEDA M
      A UNIDIRECTIONAL CHANGE IN DAYLENGTH - A TOKEN FOR PHOTOPERIODIC REGULATION OF PREPUPAL DIAPAUSE IN ATHALIA-JAPONICA (TENTHREDINIDAE)

      Applied Entomology and Zoology
    81. DENSMORE RV
      EFFECT OF DAY LENGTH ON GERMINATION OF SEEDS COLLECTED IN ALASKA

      American journal of botany
    82. ACOCK B; PACHEPSKY YA; ACOCK MC; REDDY VR; WHISLER FD
      MODELING SOYBEAN CULTIVAR DEVELOPMENT RATES, USING FIELD DATA CORN THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY

      Agronomy journal
    83. TAULAVUORI K; NIINIMAA A; LAINE K; TAULAVUORI E; LAHDESMAKI P
      MODELING FROST-RESISTANCE OF SCOTS PINE-SEEDLINGS USING TEMPERATURE, DAYLENGTH AND PH OF CELL EFFUSATE

      Plant ecology
    84. HODEK I
      DIAPAUSE DEVELOPMENT, DIAPAUSE TERMINATION AND THE END OF DIAPAUSE

      European journal of entomology
    85. KOOMAN PL; FAHEM M; TEGERA P; HAVERKORT AJ
      EFFECTS OF CLIMATE ON DIFFERENT POTATO GENOTYPES .1. RADIATION INTERCEPTION, TOTAL AND TUBER DRY-MATTER PRODUCTION

      European journal of agronomy
    86. KOOMAN PL; FAHEM M; TEGERA P; HAVERKORT AJ
      EFFECTS OF CLIMATE ON DIFFERENT POTATO GENOTYPES .2. DRY-MATTER ALLOCATION AND DURATION OF THE GROWTH-CYCLE

      European journal of agronomy
    87. LINCOLN GA; CLARKE IJ; SWEENEY T
      HAMSTER-LIKE CYCLES IN TESTICULAR SIZE IN THE ABSENCE OF GONADOTROPIN-SECRETION IN HPD RAMS EXPOSED TO LONG-TERM CHANGES IN PHOTOPERIOD ANDTREATMENT WITH MELATONIN

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    88. BRADLEY D; VINCENT C; CARPENTER R; COEN E
      PATHWAYS FOR INFLORESCENCE AND FLORAL INDUCTION IN ANTIRRHINUM

      Development
    89. YAN W; WALLACE DH
      A MODEL OF PHOTOPERIOD X TEMPERATURE INTERACTION EFFECTS ON PLANT DEVELOPMENT

      Critical reviews in plant sciences
    90. ACOSTAGALLEGOS JA; VARGASVAZQUEZ P; WHITE JW
      EFFECT OF SOWING DATE ON THE GROWTH AND SEED YIELD OF COMMON BEAN (PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS L) IN HIGHLAND ENVIRONMENTS

      Field crops research
    91. NELSON RJ; FINE JB; DEMAS GE; MOFFATT CA
      PHOTOPERIOD AND POPULATION-DENSITY INTERACT TO AFFECT REPRODUCTIVE AND IMMUNE FUNCTION IN MALE PRAIRIE VOLES

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    92. RAO BRR; KAUL PN; MALLAVARAPU GR; RAMESH S
      EFFECT OF SEASONAL CLIMATIC CHANGES ON BIOMASS YIELD AND TERPENOID COMPOSITION OF ROSE-SCENTED GERANIUM (PELARGONIUM SPECIES)

      Biochemical systematics and ecology
    93. KIM SE; OKUBO H
      HORMONAL-CONTROL OF GROWTH HABIT IN DETERMINATE LABLAB BEAN (LABLAB PURPUREUS)

      Scientia horticulturae
    94. SYSTEMA W; RUESINK JB
      FORCING PIERIS-JAPONICA DEBUTANTE

      Scientia horticulturae
    95. ORFANIDIS S; HARITONIDIS S; TSEKOS I
      TEMPERATURE REQUIREMENTS OF SCYTOSIPHON LOMENTARIA (SCYTOSIPHONALES, PHAEOPHYTA) FROM THE GULF OF THESSALONIKI, GREECE, IN RELATION TO GEOGRAPHIC-DISTRIBUTION

      Helgolander Meeresuntersuchungen
    96. MISZTAL T; ROMANOWICZ K; BARCIKOWSKI B
      EFFECTS OF MELATONIN INFUSED INTO THE III-VENTRICLE ON PROLACTIN, BETA-ENDORPHIN AND LUTEOTROPIN SECRETION IN EWES DURING THE DIFFERENT STAGES OF THE REPRODUCTIVE-CYCLE

      Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis
    97. MOLENAAR FJ; BREEMAN AM; VENEKAMP LAH
      ECOTYPIC VARIATION IN CYSTOCLONIUM-PURPUREUM (RHODOPHYTA) SYNCHRONIZES LIFE-HISTORY EVENTS IN DIFFERENT REGIONS

      Journal of phycology
    98. BURCHARD JF; NGUYEN DH; RICHARD L; BLOCK E
      BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC-FIELDS ON PRODUCTIVITY OFDAIRY-COWS

      Journal of dairy science
    99. BERGIANNAKI JD; PAPARRIGOPOULOS TJ; STEFANIS CN
      SEASONAL PATTERN OF MELATONIN EXCRETION IN HUMANS - RELATIONSHIP TO DAYLENGTH VARIATION RATE AND GEOMAGNETIC-FIELD FLUCTUATIONS

      Experientia
    100. DEMAINE MJ
      AN ASSESSMENT OF TRUE POTATO SEED FAMILIES OF SOLANUM-PHUREJA

      Potato research


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