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Planning across boundaries for the conservation of the Sulu-Sulawesi Marine Ecoregion
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Planning additional drilling campaign using two-space genetic algorithm: A game theoretical approach
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Planning additions to academic library buildings: A seamless approach : edited by Pat Hawthorne and Ron G. Martin. Chicago: American Library Association, 1995. 64p. $25.00 (wire); $18.00 (ALA members). ISBN 0-8389-0651-6
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Planning After Hurricane Katrina
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Planning Agricultural Research: A Sourcebook: G. Gijsbers, W. Janssen, H. Hambly Odame, G. Meijerink (Eds.), ISNAR/CABI, Cromwell Press, Trowbridge, UK, 2001, US$ 55.00, ISBN 0851994016
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Planning agricultural wastewater reuse in southern Italy: The case of Apulia Region Original Research Article
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Planning agriculture based on landuse responses of threatened semiarid grassland species in India
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Planning Airport Access in an Era of Low-Cost Airlines
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Planning an ecological network of Xiamen Island (China) using landscape metrics and network analysis
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Planning an energy-conserving policy for Taiwan based on international examples of success
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Planning and Acting Together
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Planning and analysis of grinding processes for end mills of cemented tungsten carbide
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Planning and approximation models for delivery route based services with price-sensitive demands
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Planning and automated management of a horticultural station
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Planning and Budgeting for Nutrition Programs in Tanzania: Lessons Learned From the National Vitamin A Supplementation Program
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Planning and change: a Cambodian public health case study
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Planning and control of 3-D nano-manipulation
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Planning and Control of Two-Link Rigid Flexible Manipulators in Dynamic Object Manipulation Missions
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Planning and coordination of production and distribution facilities for multiple commodities
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Planning and costing human resources for health
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Planning and design models for construction industry: A critical survey
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Planning and Design of Cost-effective Water Harvesting Structures for Efficient Utilization of Scarce Water Resources in Semi-arid Regions of Rajasthan, India
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Planning and design of industrial engineering education quality
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Planning and design of public housing An evolution of structure
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Planning and design of Tampines, an award-winning high-rise, high-density township in Singapore
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Planning and Design of Urban Sustainable Riparian Park (Case Study: Kan River- Valley)
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Planning and designing for the multiple use role of habitats in urban/suburban landscapes in the Great Basin
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Planning and designing industrial landscapes for eco-efficiency
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Planning and developing medical tourism in megalopolis Shiraz
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Planning and Developing Services for Diabetic Retinopathy in Sub-Saharan Africa
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Planning and developing tourism within a public sector quagmire: Lessons from and for small countries
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Planning and development control through lease conditions
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Planning and Evaluating Community Oral Health Programs
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Planning and Evaluation of New Academic Library Services by Means of Web-based Conjoint Analysis
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Planning and execution processes in speech control by fluent speakers and speakers who stutter
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Planning and implementation of capitated mental health programs in the public sector
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Planning and implementation of nitrogen reduction measures in catchment areas based on a determination and ranking of target areas Original Research Article
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Planning and implementing an effective downsizing program
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Planning and Implementing a Metadata-Driven Digital Repository
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Planning and management for a changing environment: A handbook on redesigning postsecondary institutions : by Marvin W. Peterson, David D. Dill, Lisa A. Mets, and Associates. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1997. 577p. $55.00 (hardcopy). ISBN 0-787
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Planning and management of a complex water resource system: case of Samanalawewa and Udawalawe reservoirs in the Walawe river, Sri Lanka
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Planning and management of a complex water resource system: case of Samanalawewa and Udawalawe reservoirs in the Walawe river, Sri Lanka 
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Planning and management of a proposed managed realignment project: Bothkennar, Forth Estuary, Scotland
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Planning and managing a public relations campaign : Anne Gregory London: Kogen limited, 159 pp., £12.99, 1996
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Planning and monitoring the execution of web service requests
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Planning and on-line control of catching as a function of perceptual-motor constraints
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PLANNING AND OPERATION ISSUES [Transmission Access Issues]
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Planning and operational guidelines for mitigation banking for wetland impacts
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Planning and optimization of dynamic plant operation
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Planning and optimizing the maintenance of paper production systems in a paper plant
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Planning and performance in state-owned enterprises: A multidimensional assessment
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Planning and practice at the crossroads: a case study of the Dande irrigation project in the Zambezi valley, Zimbabwe
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Planning and realization of complex intentions in traumatic brain injury and normal aging
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Planning and regulation : Environmental impact assessment: Cutting edge for the 21st century by A. Gilpin Cambridge University Press, 1995. £13.95 pbk (xv + 182 pages) ISBN 0 521 42967 6
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Planning and re-planning in project and production scheduling
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Planning and scheduling algorithms for the COSMO-SkyMed constellation
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Planning and scheduling in a multi-site environment
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Planning and scheduling in a multi-site environment
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Planning and scheduling in new computer supported production contexts
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Planning and Scheduling System for Make-To-Order Production
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Planning and the control of minorities: Some theoretical observations
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Planning and the user interface: the effects of lockout time and error recovery cost
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Planning and the user interface: the effects of lockout time and error recovery cost
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Planning and use of condition-dependent NDT for the interaction between fracture mechanics and quantitative NDT
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Planning and use of condition-dependent NDT for the interaction between fracture mechanics and quantitative NDT Original Research Article
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Planning and use of therapeutic mammoplasty—Nottingham approach
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Planning and validating a writing skill curriculum for hearing-impaired students in primary school system of Iran
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Planning and visualization for automated robotic crane erection processes in construction
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Planning annualised hours with a finite set of weekly working hours and cross-trained workers
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Planning Annuaulised hours when spike in demand exists
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Planning as a factor in school achievement
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Planning as constraint satisfaction: Solving the planning graph by compiling it into CSP
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Planning as constraint satisfaction: Solving the planning graph by compiling it into CSP Original Research Article
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Planning as control: Policy and resistance in a deeply divided society
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Planning as heuristic search
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Planning as heuristic search Original Research Article
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Planning as satisfiability: Heuristics Original Research Article
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Planning as satisfiability: parallel plans and algorithms for plan search Original Research Article
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Planning assistance for pearl chain forecasts and personnel assignment planning of sequenced assembly lines
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Planning at the limit: immigration and post-war Birmingham
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Planning Australian freight rail operations: An overview
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Planning based on postneedle volume with early dosimetric assessment is beneficial for Cesium-131 permanent prostate seed implantation
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Planning by merging totally ordered object plans
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Planning carbon emission trading for Beijingʹs electric power systems under dual uncertainties
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Planning causes and consequences in discourse
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Planning Collision-Free Reaching Motions for Interactive Object Manipulation and Grasping
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Planning community policing: Goal specific cases and exercises : By Victor G. Strecher Waveland Press, Inc. (P.O. Box 400, Prospect Heights, Illinois 60070), 1997, 225 pp., softcover—$15.95
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PLANNING CONSEQUENCES OF THE MAXIMUM dB(A) CONCEPT—A PERSPECTIVE
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Planning considerations for cultural tourism: a case study of four European cities
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Planning Dental Treatment for People with Special Needs
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Planning education in and after emergencies: Margaret Sinclair, UNESCO: International Institute for Educational Planning, Paris, 2002, ISBN 92-803-1225-1 140pp, cost not provided.
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Planning effort as an effective risk management tool
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Planning experiments when some specified interactions are investigated
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Planning food services for a campus setting
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Planning for a 100% independent energy system based on smart energy storage for integration of renewables and CO2 emissions reduction
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Planning for a Mars in situ sample preparation and distribution (SPAD) system
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Planning for a more balanced home–work relationship: the case study of Singapore
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Planning for aging populations: inside or outside the walls
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Planning for Air Pollution Abatement in the Greater Tehran Area (GTA) in the Islamic Republic of Iran (JICA Project 1995-1997)
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Planning for Air Quality Concerns of the Future
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Planning for an environment-friendly car
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Planning for an integrated research experiment
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Planning for an integrated research experiment
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Planning for an integrated research experiment
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Planning for automation: A how-to-do-it manual for librarians, second edition : by John M. Cohn, Ann L. Kelsey, and Keith Michael Fiels. New York: Neal Schuman, 1997. 150p. $49.95. ISBN 1-55570-313-5.
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Planning for bird pest problem resolution: a case study
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Planning for camera-guided robotic radiosurgery
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Planning for Cars in Cities: Planners, Engineers, and Freeways in the 20th Century
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Planning for change in small towns or trying to avoid the slaughterhouse blues
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Planning for change, conserving the past: towards sustainable development policy in historic cities?
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Planning for Change: Medical Education Program Design, Patient Care, and Measures of Effectiveness
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PLANNING FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
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Planning for climate change in small islands: Insights from national hurricane preparedness in the Cayman Islands
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Planning for climate change in urban areas: from theory to practice
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PLANNING FOR COMPUTER INTEGRATED CONSTRUCTION
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PLANNING FOR COMPUTER INTEGRATED CONSTRUCTION
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Planning for crime prevention: a transatlantic perspective: Published by R.H. Schneider, and T. Kitchen, T. Routledge, London and New York. 2002. ISBN 0-415-24136-7 ISBN 0-415-24137-5 (pbk). Price: £24.99 paperback, £65.00 hardback
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Planning for demand failure: A dynamic lot size model for clinical trial supply chains
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Planning for Ecosystem Service Markets
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Planning for education in the context of HIV/AIDS: Michael J Kelly; UNESCO/IIEP, 2000, ISBN 92-803-1198-0Education and HIV/AIDS: A Window of Hope: World Bank, 2002, ISBN 0-8213-5117-6, 79 pages
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Planning for end of life care within lay-led chronic illness self-management training: The significance of ‘death awareness’ and biographical context in participant accounts
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Planning for geoconservation in the 1940s: an exploration of the aspirations that shaped the first national geoconservation legislation
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Planning for gypsum geohazards in Lithuania and England
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Planning for hand shape and arm transport when reaching for objects
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Planning for Housing Recovery? Lessons Learned From Hurricane Andrew
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Planning for increased bioenergy use—Evaluating the impact on local air quality
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Planning for Industry in a Post-Industrial World
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Planning for information technology in a federated organization
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Planning for institutional capacity building in war-torn areas: the case of Jaffna, Sri Lanka
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Planning for integrated lake management in Uganda: Lessons for sustainable and effective planning processes
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Planning for integrated solid waste management at the industrial Park level: A case of Tianjin, China
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Planning for integrated systems and technologies: by John M. Cohn, Ann L. Kelsey, and Keith Michael Fiels. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2001. 205p. $55.00. ISBN 1-55570-421-2 (alk. pbk.). LC 2001-44043 (how-to-do-it manuals for librarians, number 11
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Planning for IS applications: a practical, information theoretical method and case study in mobile financial services
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Planning for IS applications: a practical, information theoretical method and case study in mobile financial services
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Planning for major burns incidents by implementing an accelerated Delphi technique
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Planning for major burns incidents in the UK using an accelerated Delphi technique
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Planning for mechatronics systems—Architecture, methods and case study
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Planning for mechatronics systems—Architecture, methods and case study
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Planning for multiple-generation product lines using dynamic variable state models with data input from similar products
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Planning for multi-purpose greenways in Concord, North Carolina
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Planning for Pearl City: Hong Kongʹs future, 1997 and beyond
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Planning for performance: : Requirements for Sustainable Development
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Planning for planners
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Planning for profit: the commercialization of European airports
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Planning for Protected Areas Using Spatial and Temporal Metrics
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Planning for PV plant performance monitoring by means of unmanned aerial systems (UAS)
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Planning for recreational cycling—meeting local demand?
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Planning for results: A public library transformation process : by Ethel Himmell and William J. Wilson with the ReVision Committee of the Public Library Association. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 1998. 328p. 2 vols. (plus workforms) (Guideboo
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Planning for robust reserve networks using uncertainty analysis
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Planning for robust reserve networks using uncertainty analysis
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Planning for rural energy system: part I
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Planning for rural energy system: part II
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Planning for rural energy system: part III
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Planning for source water protection in Ontario
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Planning for strategic contingencies
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Planning for success: Identifying effective and efficient survey designs for monitoring
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Planning for success: The interdisciplinary approach to building Bayesian models Original Research Article
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Planning for sustainability
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Planning for sustainability as a learning concept
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Planning for sustainability at the local government level
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Planning for Sustainability: Experiences in Two Contrasting Communities
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Planning for sustainable accessibility: Developing tools to aid discussion and decision-making
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Planning for sustainable tourism development in the Med
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Planning for sustainable tourism in southern Pulau Banggi: An assessment of biophysical conditions and their implications for future tourism development
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Planning for Sustainable Tourism: An Alternative Paradigm
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Planning for the Disposal of the Dead
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Planning for the elderly in the development and construction of new residential areas in Shanghai
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Planning for the end of life
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Planning for the end of life:: the views of older people about advance care statements
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Planning for the Future
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Planning for the future; towards a sustainable design and land use of an ancient flooded military defence line
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Planning for the inevitable product recall
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Planning for the manufacture of axisymmetric parts: An AI-based approach
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Planning for the market: business planning before marketing and the continuation of organizing efforts
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Planning for the near and distant future: How does temporal distance affect task completion predictions?
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Planning for the rising tides: the Humber Estuary Shoreline Management Plan
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Planning for the unthinkable
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Planning for tourism, leisure and sustainability, international case studies
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Planning for uncertainty: Local scale coastal governance
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Planning for waste management: changing discourses and institutional relationships
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Planning future landscapes in the Wet Tropics of Australia: A social–ecological framework
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Planning gain in theory and practice — Negotiation of agreements in Cambridgeshire
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Planning gang formwork operations for building construction using simulations
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Planning global information infrastructure : Edited by Ching-chih Chen. Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corp., 1995, 548 pp. $27.50 (paper). ISBN 0-56750-201-6
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Planning graph as the basis for deriving heuristics for plan synthesis by state space and CSP search Original Research Article
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Planning Groundwater Development in Coastal Deltas with Paleo Channels
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Planning health services with explicit geographical considerations: a stochastic location–allocation approach
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Planning home care services: which data do we need?
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Planning horizons and end conditions for sustained yield studies in continuous cover forests
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Planning Imperatives for the Next Century: A Guest Essay
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Planning in contemporary Africa: the state, town planning and society in Cameroon: Ambe J. Njoh; Ashgate, Aldershot, 2003, xii+312pp, price £50.00
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Planning in Markov Stochastic Task Domains
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PLANNING IN REACTIVE ENVIRONMENTS
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Planning in sentence production: Evidence for the phrase as a default planning scope
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Planning in the Middle East, moving toward the future
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Planning in the multicultural city: Celebrating diversity or reinforcing difference?
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Planning in the Prague region : Past, present and future
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Planning in the socialist developing country: the case of North Korea
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Planning in the USA and the UK
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Planning in tourist robbery
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Planning Incomplete Block Experiments When Treatments Are Genetically Related
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Planning Indiaʹs long-term energy shipment infrastructures for electricity and coal
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Planning initiatives
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Planning is for doing: Implementation intentions go beyond the mere creation of goal-directed associations
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Planning Istanbulʹs public library system
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Planning iterative investment for landscape restoration: Choice of biodiversity indicator makes a difference
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Planning Just-in-Time versus planning Just-in-Case
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Planning law in Sub-Saharan Africa — A focus on the experiences in Southern and Eastern Africa
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Planning Level Regression Models for Prediction of the Number of Crashes on Urban Arterials in Bangladesh
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Planning Level Regression Models for Prediction of the Number of Crashes on Urban Arterials in Bangladesh
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Planning library spaces to encourage collaboration
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Planning life tests with progressively Type-I interval censored data from the lognormal distribution
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Planning linear construction projects: automated method for the generation of earthwork activities
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Planning load-effective dynamic motions of highly articulated human model for generic tasks
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Planning London : Edited by James Simmie UCL Press London (1994) 208 pp £35.00 (hbk) 1-85728-058-X £11.95 (pbk)
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Planning low-impact tourist paths within a Site of Community Importance through the optimisation of biological and logistic criteria Original Research Article
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Planning macroscopic aspects of manual control: End-state comfort and point-of-change effects
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Planning Market Share Growth in Mature Business Markets
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Planning mental health services for children and youth: Part I—A value-based approach
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Planning mental health services for children and youth: Part II—Findings of a value-based community consultation project
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Planning Middle Eastern Cities
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Planning Middle Eastern Cities: An Urban Kaleidoscope in a Globalizing World, Y. Elsheshtawy (Ed.). Routledge, London and New York (2004).
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Planning models for bioenergy: Some general observations and comments
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Planning models for freight transportation
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Planning models for long-haul operations of postal and express shipment companies
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Planning of action sequences
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Planning of community heating systems modernization and development
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Planning of educational training courses by data mining: Using China Motor Corporation as an example
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Planning of energy system management and GHG-emission control in the Municipality of Beijing—An inexact-dynamic stochastic programming model
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Planning of high school examinations in Denmark
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Planning of large rural low-voltage networks using evolution strategies
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Planning of manipulator motion trajectory with higher-degree polynomials use
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Planning of micro-combined heat and power systems in the Portuguese scenario
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Planning of polio vaccination campaigns
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Planning of progressive group-censoring life tests with cost considerations
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Planning of regional energy systems: An inexact mixed-integer fractional programming model
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Planning of Regrasping Operations for a Dextrous Hand in Assembly Tasks
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Planning of renewables schemes: Deliberative and fair decision-making on landscape issues instead of reproachful accusations of non-cooperation
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Planning of secondary distribution circuits through evolutionary algorithms
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PLANNING OF STORMWATER MANAGEMENT WITH A NEW MODEL FOR DRAINAGE BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
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PLANNING OF STORMWATER MANAGEMENT WITH A NEW MODEL FOR DRAINAGE BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
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Planning of suicide attempts among depressed inpatients ages 50 and over
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Planning of the GSM network broadcast control channel with data fusion
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Planning of tool supply to a group of machines
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Planning of work schedules through the use of a hierarchical multi-agent system
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Planning open spaces for wildlife 2: modeling and verifying focal species habitat
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Planning open spaces for wildlife: I. Selecting focal species using a Delphi survey approach
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Planning optimal paths: A simple assessment of survey spatial knowledge in virtual environments
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Planning or organizing: The implications of theories of activity for management of operations
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Planning outside "planning": the changing role of the Queensland Co-ordinator-General
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Planning plant operating procedures for chemical plant
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Planning point-to-multipoint rural radio access networks using expert systems
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Planning Policy in the National Parks of England and Wales, 1974-1988
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Planning policy, sustainability and housebuilder practices: The move into (and out of?) the redevelopment of previously developed land
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Planning post-primary education: Taking targets to task
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planning problems
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Planning processes for advanced manufacturing technology by large American manufacturers
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Planning processes in preschool children
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Planning productionusingmathematicalprogramming:Thecaseofa woodturning company
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Planning Proofs of Equations in CCS
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Planning quasi-static fingertip manipulations for reconfiguring objects
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Planning regional energy system in association with greenhouse gas mitigation under uncertainty
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Planning reproductive health in conflict: a conceptual framework
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Planning Research in Hospitality and Tourism, Levent Altinay, Alexandros Paraskevas. Butterworth Heinemann, Oxford, 2007, £19.99 (pbk), ISBN-10: 0750681101
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Planning resources for renal services throughout UK using simulation
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Planning restoration in a cultural landscape in Italy using an object-based approach and historical analysis
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Planning road network in mountain forests using GIS and Analytic Hierarchical Process (AHP)
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Planning robot manipulation to clean planar surfaces
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Planning robot manipulation to clean planar surfaces
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PLANNING SEQUENCES OF VIEWS FOR 3-D OBJECT RECOGNITION AND POSE DETERMINATION
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Planning sequential constant-stress accelerated life tests with stepwise loaded auxiliary acceleration factor
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Planning smooth trajectories along parametric paths Original Research Article
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Planning strategies for development of effective exercise and nutrition countermeasures for long-duration space flight
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Planning structural inspection and maintenance policies via dynamic programming and Markov processes. Part I: Theory
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Planning structural inspection and maintenance policies via dynamic programming and Markov processes. Part II: POMDP implementation
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Planning Styles in Conflict: The Metropolitan Transportation Commission
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Planning sustainable community health schemes in rural areas of developing countries
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Planning sustainable hydrogen supply chain infrastructure with uncertain demand
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Planning sustainable land use in rural areas at different spatial levels using GIS and modelling tools
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Planning teaching an unfamiliar mathematics problem: The role of teachers’ experience in solving the problem and watching pupils solving it
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Planning temporal events using point–interval logic
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Planning that title: Practices and preferences for titles with colons in academic articles
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Planning the development strategy for the mobile communication package based on consumers’ choice preferences
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Planning the evolution to broadband access networks: A multicriteria approach
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Planning the project management way: Efficient planning by effective integration of causal and resource reasoning in RealPlan
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Planning the project management way: Efficient planning by effective integration of causal and resource reasoning in RealPlan Original Research Article
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Planning the replacement of the Beards Creek bridge
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Planning the route of container ships: A fuzzy genetic approach
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Planning the summer vacation : An Adaptable Process
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Planning the transition to a hydrogen economy in Spain
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Planning the urban sustainable development The case of the plan for the province of Trento, Italy
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Planning theories and environmental impact assessment
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Planning Theory in Our Own Backyard Communicative Action in Academic Governance
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Planning Theory, Philip Allmendinger. Palgrave, Basingstoke (2002), ISBN: 0-333-92552-1
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Planning Time: A Mediating Technique between Fluency and Accuracy in Task-Based Teaching
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Planning to change diet: A controlled trial of an implementation intentions training intervention to reduce saturated fat intake among patients after myocardial infarction
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Planning to meet air quality standards in the San Francisco Bay Area
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Planning to see: A hierarchical approach to planning visual actions on a robot using POMDPs Original Research Article
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Planning to solve the “skills problem” in the virtual information management organization
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Planning to win: Health and lifestyles associated with physical activity amongst 15,423 adults
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Planning Tools
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Planning tools for managing the supply chain
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Planning tools for managing the supply chain
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Planning tourism employment: a developing country perspective
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Planning treatment of ischemic heart disease with partially observable Markov decision processes
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Planning under pressure : Butterworth Heinemann, Oxford, 1997, xxiv + 372 pages, £16.99
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Planning under welfare pluralism: Social housing targets and allocations in Ontario, Canada
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Planning urban development with a change of sovereignty in mind: a Hong Kong case study
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Planning vehicle transhipment in a seaport automobile terminal using a multi-agent system
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Planning versus speed: an experimental examination of what Planned Codes of the Cognitive Assessment System measures
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Planning walking patterns for a biped robot
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Planning water resources management systems using a fuzzy-boundary interval-stochastic programming method
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Planning water resources systems with interval stochastic dynamic programming
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Planning without plans? Nomocracy or teleocracy for social-spatial ordering
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Planning woody biomass logistics for energy production: A strategic decision model
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Planning work constraints within farms to reduce runoff at catchment level
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Planning workingtimeaccountsunderdemanduncertainty$
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Planning, Control, and Adaptation:: A Case Study
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Planning, design and the post-modernity of cities
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Planning, Encoding, and Overcoming Conflict in Partial Occlusion Drawing: A Neo-Piagetian Model and an Experimental Analysis
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Planning, governance and spatial strategy in Britain: Vigar, G., Healey, P., Hull, A., and Davoudi, S. London, Macmillan, 2000. pp x + 314. ISBN 0-333-77317-9 (pb)
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Planning, investment and evaluation procedures to support coordination and outcomes based funding in a local United Way system
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Planning, markets and hospitals: John Mohan; Routledge, London, UK, 2002, ISBN: 0-415-19607-8
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Planning, Organizing, and Hosting a Workshop—It’s All in the Details
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Planning, personality, and prediction: The role of future focus in optimistic time predictions
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Planning, preparation, execution, and imagery of volitional action
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Planning, Spatial, and Technological Considerations of Restructuring in the U.S. Woodworking Industry
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Planning, the market and private housebuilding : Glen Bramley, Will Bartlett and Christine Lambert UCL London (1995) 263 pp £12.95 (paperback)
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Planning, the Urban System and New Forms of Inequality in Greek Cities
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Planning, writing, and editing forensic psychiatric reports
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Planning: millennial retrospect and prospect
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Planning-Oriented, Avoidant, and Impulsive Social Reaction Styles: A Person-Oriented Approach, ,
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Planning-stage estimation of highway project duration on the basis of anticipated project cost, project type, and contract type
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Plan-N-Scan: A Robotic System for Collision-Free Autonomous Exploration and Workspace Mapping
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Planohybodus marki sp. nov., a new fresh-water hybodontid shark from the Early Cretaceous of northeastern Brazil
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Plans are nothing, changing plans is everything: the impact of changes on project success
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Plans for a new ECRH system at ASDEX upgrade
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Plans for an Advanced Exotic Beam facility in the U.S. Original Research Article
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Plans for an initial test phase for the FERMI project
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Plans for an initial test phase for the FERMI project
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Plans for an upgraded CMS pixel detector
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Plans for an upgraded CMS pixel detector
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Plans for census 2000
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Plans for EUMETSAT’s Third Generation Meteosat geostationary satellite programme Original Research Article
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Plans for European Union health cards flounder
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Plans for longitudinal and transverse neutralized beam compression experiments, and initial results from solenoid transport experiments
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Plans for longitudinal and transverse neutralized beam compression experiments, and initial results from solenoid transport experiments
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Plans for Medical Engineering & Physics: 2000 & Beyond
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Plans for the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams Original Research Article
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Plans for two-dimensional steady state bolometric measurements of the large helical device
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Plans to distribute the next billion computers by 2015 creates lead pollution risk
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Plant & Animal Genome V
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Plant ‘evo-devo’ goes genomic: from candidate genes to regulatory networks
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Plant ‘evo-devo’ goes genomic: from candidate genes to regulatory networks
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Plant acclimation to elevated CO2—From simple regularities to biogeographic chaos
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Plant acclimation to elevated CO2—From simple regularities to biogeographic chaos
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Plant accumulation of potentially toxic elements in sewage sludge as affected by soil organic matter level and mycorrhizal fungi
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Plant action: Multiple levels of regulation
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Plant aging and excess light enhance flavan-3-ol content in Cistus clusii
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Plant aided bioremediation in the vadose zone: model development and applications
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Plant Allometry, Leaf Nitrogen and Phosphorus Stoichiometry, and Interspecific Trends in Annual Growth Rates
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Plant allometry: is there a grand unifying theory?
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Plant allometry: The scaling of form and process : by Karl J. Niklas University of Chicago Press, 1994. &68.95/£47.95 hbk, $28.75/£19.95 pbk (xvi + 395 pages) ISBN 0 226 58080 6/0 226 58081 4
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Plant amine oxidases “on the move”: An update
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Plant Anaerobic Stress as a Novel Trend in Ecological Physiology, Biochemistry, and Molecular Biology: 1. Establishment of a New Scientific Discipline
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Plant anaerobic stress as a novel trend in ecological physiology, biochemistry, and molecular biology: 2. Further development of the problem
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Plant and animal wastes composting: Effects of the N source on process performance
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Plant and Bacterial Symbiotic Mutants Define Three Transcriptionally Distinct Stages in the Development of the Medicago truncatula/Sinorhizobium meliloti Symbiosis
369
Plant and bird diversity in natural forests and in native and exotic plantations in NW Portugal
370
Plant and invertebrate diversity in grassland field margins
371
Plant and invertebrate resources for farmland birds in pastoral landscapes
372
Plant and mammal diversity in the Paleocene to early Eocene of the Bighorn Basin
373
Plant and microbial glycoside hydrolases: Volatile release from glycosidic aroma precursors
374
Plant and safety system model
375
Plant and small mammal diversity in orchard versus non-crop habitats
376
Plant and soil lipid modification under elevated atmospheric CO2 conditions: II. Stable carbon isotopic values (δ13C) and turnover
377
Plant and soil lipid modifications under elevated atmospheric CO2 conditions: I. Lipid distribution patterns
378
Plant and soil microbial biomasses in Agrostis capillaris and Lathyrus pratensis monocultures exposed to elevated O3 and CO2 for three growing seasons
379
Plant and soil microbial biomasses in Agrostis capillaris and Lathyrus pratensis monocultures exposed to elevated O3 and CO2 for three growing seasons
380
Plant and soil microbial community responses to solid waste leachates diffusion on grassland
381
Plant and soil recovery along a series of abandoned desert roads
382
Plant and soil responses to mycorrhizal fungi and rhizobacteria in nodulated or nitrate-fertilized peas (Pisum sativum L.)
383
Plant and spider communities benefit differently from the presence of planted hedgerows in highway verges Original Research Article
384
Plant aphid interactions: molecular and ecological perspectives
385
Plant aqueous extracts: Antioxidant capacity via haemolysis and bacteriophage P22 protection
386
Plant architecture and spatial structure of an early Permian woodland buried by flood waters, Sangre de Cristo Formation, New Mexico
387
Plant asset management via intelligent sensors digital, distributed and for free
388
Plant assimilation of phosphorus from an insoluble organic form is improved by addition of an organic anion producing Pseudomonas sp.
389
Plant assimilation of phosphorus from an insoluble organic form is improved by addition of an organic anion producing Pseudomonas sp.
390
Plant Asymmetric Cell Division, Vive la Différence!
391
Plant autophagy more than a starvation response
392
Plant availability of boron doped on iron and manganese oxides and its effect on soil acidosis
393
Plant availability of heavy metals in a soil amended with a high dose of sewage sludge under drought conditions
394
Plant availability of nutrients recovered as solids from human urine tested in climate chamber on Triticum aestivum L.
395
Plant availability of phosphorus sorbed to potential wastewater treatment materials
396
Plant availability of thallium in the rhizosphere of hyperaccumulator plants: a key factor for assessment of phytoextraction
397
Plant available potassium in New Zealand steep-land pasture soils
398
Plant based indicators for irrigation scheduling in young cherry trees
399
PLANT BEHAVIOR FOLLOWING A LOSS-OF-RESIDUAL-HEATREMOVAL EVENT UNDER A SHUTDOWN CONDITION
400
Plant behavior of a fast breeder reactor under loss of AC power for long period
401
Plant bioactive compounds in ruminant agriculture – Impacts and opportunities
402
Plant Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2nd Edition, P.J. Lea, R.C. Leegood (Eds.). John Wiley & Sons Ltd., Jena, Stuttgart (1999)
403
Plant Biochemistry of Xenobiotics: Isolation and Characterization of a Soybean O-Glucosyltransferase of DDT Metabolism
404
Plant Biochemistry, C. Bowsher, M. Steer, A. Tobin. Garland Science, Taylor & Francis Group, LLC, Abingdon, UK (2008). 500 pp., GBP 41.99, ISBN:978-0-8153-4121-5
405
Plant Biochemistry, P.M. Dey, J.B. Harborne (Eds.). Academic Press, Chichester, New York, Weinheim (1997)
406
Plant biodiversity and its conservation strategy in the in-undation and resettlement districts of the Yangtze Three Gorges, China
407
Plant biodiversity changes in Carboniferous tropical wetlands
408
Plant Biodiversity of Wetland Habitats in Dry Steppes of Central Alborz Mts., N. Iran
409
Plant biodiversity patterns on Helan Mountain, China
410
Plant bioelectrochemistry: effects of CCCP on electrical signaling in soybean
411
Plant bioinformatics: from genome to phenome
412
Plant Biology
413
Plant biology: Paper alert
414
Plant biomass influences rhizosphere priming effects on soil organic matter decomposition in two differently managed soils
415
Plant biomass influences rhizosphere priming effects on soil organic matter decomposition in two differently managed soils
416
Plant biomass production and soil nitrogen in mixtures and monocultures of old field Mediterranean annuals
417
Plant biomass, soil water content and soil N:P ratio regulating soil microbial functional diversity in a temperate steppe: A regional scale study
418
Plant biomass, soil water content and soil N:P ratio regulating soil microbial functional diversity in a temperate steppe: A regional scale study
419
Plant biopharming of monoclonal antibodies
420
Plant Biopolymer Science: Food and Non-food Applications: D. Renard, G. Della Valle, Y. Popineau (Eds.); The Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK, 2002, xii+304 pages, ISBN 0-85404-856-1, £ 79.50
421
Plant biostimulants (Funneliformis mosseae and humic substances) rather than chemical fertilizer improved biochemical responses in peppermint.
422
Plant biotechnology
423
Plant biotechnology : Editorial overview
424
Plant biotechnology and food crop development in Sub-Saharan Africa
425
Plant biotechnology and transgenic plants: K.-M. Oksman-Caldentey and W.H. Barz (Eds.); Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, 2002, 720pp., price USD 195.00, ISBN 0-8247-0794-X
426
Plant biotechnology is there light at the end of the tunnel? Editorial overview
427
Plant biotechnology: A future for plant biotechnology? Naturally!
428
Plant biotechnology: Fast-forward genomics for improved crop production
429
Plant Biotechnology: From basic science to industrial applications
430
Plant biotechnology: Molecular farming and metabolic engineering promise a new generation of high-tech crops
431
Plant biotechnology: Moral dilemmas: Editorial overview
432
Plant biotechnology: research behind fences
433
Plant biotechnology: the importance of being accurate
434
Plant biotin-containing carboxylases
435
Plant Body Weight-Induced Secondary Growth in Arabidopsis and Its Transcription Phenotype Revealed by Whole-Transcriptome Profiling
436
Plant breeding and climate changes
437
Plant Ca2+-ATPases
438
Plant canopy effects on soil thermal and hydrological properties and soil respiration
439
Plant canopy effects on soil thermal and hydrological properties and soil respiration
440
Plant capture of free amino acids is maximized under high soil amino acid concentrations
441
Plant capture of free amino acids is maximized under high soil amino acid concentrations
442
Plant carbohydrate limitation on nitrate reduction in wetland microcosms
443
Plant carbon inputs and environmental factors strongly affect soil respiration in a subtropical forest of southwestern China
444
Plant carbon inputs and environmental factors strongly affect soil respiration in a subtropical forest of southwestern China
445
Plant carbon partitioning below ground in the presence of different neighboring species
446
Plant carbon partitioning below ground in the presence of different neighboring species
447
Plant carotenoid cleavage oxygenases and their apocarotenoid products
448
Plant catalases: Peroxisomal redox guardians
449
Plant cell biology get your networks together
450
Plant cell biology in the new millennium: new tools and new insights
451
Plant cell biology: an all-inclusive field : Editorial overview
452
Plant cell cycle transitions
453
Plant cell expansion: Scaling the wall
454
Plant cell proliferation and growth are altered by microgravity conditions in spaceflight
455
Plant cell responses to heavy metals: molecular and physiological aspects
456
Plant Cell Separation and Adhesion, Annual Plant Reviews, J.A. Roberts, Z. Gonzalez-Carranza (Eds.). Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK (2007)
457
Plant cell systems
458
Plant cell wall elasticity III:: A polymer elastic interpretation of inverse pressure-volume curves
459
Plant cell wall glycoproteins and their genes
460
Plant Cell Wall Is a Stumbling Stone for Molecular Biologists
461
Plant cell wall remodelling in the rhizobium-legumesymbiosis
462
Plant cell wall-degrading enzymes of Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. viciae: Their role in avoiding the host-plant defence response
463
Plant cell walls as targets for biotechnology
464
Plant cell walls: Supramolecular assemblies
465
Plant cells — young at heart?
466
Plant cells do it differently
467
Plant cell-size control: growing by ploidy?
468
Plant centromeres: structure and control
469
Plant chemical defense: at what cost?
470
Plant chemical defense: at what cost?
471
Plant chitinase consensus sequences
472
Plant Chromatin Feels the Heat
473
Plant chromosomes from end to end: telomeres, heterochromatin and centromeres
474
Plant clinic handbook : IMI technical handbooks No. 3 by J. M. Waller, B. J. Ritchie and M. Holderness. CAB International, Wallingford, UK, 1998. Pb. 94 pages. ISBN 85198 9187
475
Plant clipping decelerates the mineralization of recalcitrant soil organic matter under multiple grassland species
476
Plant clipping decelerates the mineralization of recalcitrant soil organic matter under multiple grassland species
477
Plant coexistence and the niche
478
Plant colonization and environmental fate of the biocontrol fungus Phoma macrostoma
479
Plant colonization of ex-arable fields from adjacent species-rich grasslands: The importance of dispersal vs. recruitment ability
480
Plant colour as a visual aspect of biological conservation
481
Plant communities and soil phytolith assemblages relationship in native grasslands from southeastern Buenos Aires province, Argentina
482
Plant communities as a key factor in biogeochemical processes involving micronutrients (Fe, Mn, Co, and Cu) in Antarctic soils (Byers Peninsula, maritime Antarctica)
483
Plant communities at the periphery of the Atlantic rain forest: Rare-species bias and its risks for conservation
484
Plant communities in lowland Danish streams: species composition and environmental factors
485
Plant communities of selected urbanized areas of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
486
Plant communities, species richness and their environmental correlates in the sandy heaths of Little Desert National Park, Victoria
487
Plant community assembly in temperate forests along gradients of soil fertility and disturbance
488
Plant community changes as ecological indicator of seabird colonies’ impacts on Mediterranean Islands
489
Plant community complexity in the arid valley of Minjiang River, southwestern China
490
Plant community composition and attributes reveal conservation implications for newly created grassland on capped landfill sites
491
Plant community functional shifts in response to livestock grazing in intermountain depressional wetlands in British Columbia, Canada
492
Plant community impacts on the structure of earthworm communities depend on season and change with time
493
Plant community impacts on the structure of earthworm communities depend on season and change with time
494
Plant community patterns in a gypsum area of NE Spain. I. Interactions with topographic factors and soil erosion
495
Plant community patterns in a gypsum area of NE Spain. II. Effects of ion washing on topographic distribution of vegetation
496
Plant community responses to mechanical site preparation in northern interior British Columbia
497
Plant competition and exclusion with optimizing individuals
498
Plant competition and slug herbivory: Effects on the yield and biomass allocation pattern of Poa annua L
499
Plant competition in pest-suppressive intercropping systems complicates evaluation of herbivore responses
500
Plant concepts for ultrafine dry grinding with the agitated media mill MaxxMill®
501
Plant Conservation and Resource Development at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
502
Plant conservation and use of biotechnology
503
Plant conservation: old problems, new perspectives Review Article
504
Plant Construction Cost in the Boreal Species Differing in Their Ecological Strategies
505
Plant control to avoid surge development in the case of a pipe rupture in a direct cycle HTGR Original Research Article
506
Plant cover and epipedon SOM stability as factors affecting brown soil profile development and microbial activity
507
Plant coverage is more important than species richness in enhancing aboveground biomass in a premature grassland, northern China
508
Plant crown traits and carbon sequestration capability by Platanus hybrida Brot. in Rome
509
Plant cytogenetics at the dawn of the 21st century
510
Plant cytokinin analogues with inhibitory activity on cyclin-dependent kinases exert their antiproliferative effect through induction of apoptosis initiated by the mitochondrial pathway: Determination by a multiparametric flow cytometric analysis
511
Plant damage and grain yield reduction by fall armyworm and stem borers on certain maize hybrids containing resistance genes from varying sources under experimental and farmers field conditions
512
Plant debris of oak forest as soil amendment, to improve the biocontrol activity of Pseudomonas fluorescens and Trichoderma vierns against Meloidogyne javanica, in tomato
513
Plant decay as a major control of river dissolved potassium: A first estimate
514
Plant defence reactions against fusarium wilt in chickpea induced by incompatible race 0 of Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. ciceris and nonhost isolates of F. oxysporum
515
Plant Defence Responses in Isonicotinamide-Treated Tobacco Cells. Evidence Supporting a Role for Nicotinamide Related Metabolites as Stress Mediators in Plant Defense Metabolism
516
Plant defence signalling induced by biotic attacks
517
Plant defense metabolism is increased by the free radical-generating compound AAPH
518
Plant defense: signals in insect eggs
519
Plant density and nitrogen effects on some traits of maize (Zea mays L.)
520
Plant derived cationic dye as an effective corrosion inhibitor for 7075 aluminum alloy in 3.5% NaCl solution
521
Plant desaturases: harvesting the fat of the land
522
Plant design aspects of catalytic biosyngas conversion to higher alcohols
523
Plant Development and Biotechnology, Robert N. Trigiano, Dennis J. Gray (Eds.). CRC Press LLC, Florida, USA (2005)
524
Plant development and leaf area production in contrasting cultivars of maize grown in a cool temperate environment in the field
525
Plant disease incidence: inverse sampling, sequential sampling, and confidence intervals when observed mean incidence is zero
526
Plant disease resistance genes: recent insights and potential applications
527
Plant disease resistance protein signaling: NBS–LRR proteins and their partners
528
Plant dispersal N.E.W.S from New Zealand
529
Plant distribution and pharmacological activity of flavonoids
530
Plant diversity and conservation value of continental temporary pools
531
Plant diversity and drought: The role of deep roots
532
Plant diversity and drought: The role of deep roots
533
Plant Diversity and Richness in Relation to Environmental Gradient in Zagros Ecosystems, West of Iran
534
Plant diversity differs between young and old mesic meadows in a central European low mountain region
535
Plant diversity enhances the reliability of belowground processes
536
Plant diversity enhances the reliability of belowground processes
537
Plant diversity in crop fields and woody hedgerows of organic and conventional farms in contrasting landscapes
538
Plant diversity in Mediterranean cereal fields: Unraveling the effect of landscape complexity on rare arable plants
539
Plant diversity in mediterranean-climate regions
540
Plant Diversity in the Archaeological Record: A Means Toward Defining Hunter–Gatherer Mobility Strategies
541
Plant diversity in the threatened sub-tropical grasslands of Nepal Original Research Article
542
Plant diversity of tilasan forest at indo-bangladesh boarder of west bengal, india
543
Plant diversity of tilasan forest at indo-bangladesh boarder of west bengal, india
544
Plant DNA extraction using silica
545
Plant DNA Fingerprinting and Barcoding: Methods and Protocols, N.J. Sucher, J.R. Hennell, M.C. Carles (Eds.). Humana Press, New York (2012), ISBN: 978-1-61779-608-1
546
Plant DNA topoisomerases: Structure, function, and cellular roles in plant development
547
Plant dnaJ Homologue: Molecular Cloning, Bacterial Expression, and Expression Analysis in Tissues of Cucumber Seedlings
548
Plant domestication versus crop evolution: a conceptual framework for cereals and grain legumes
549
Plant domestication versus crop evolution: a conceptual framework for cereals and grain legumes
550
Plant dynamics studies towards design of plant protection system for PFBR
551
Plant ecology (2nd edn) : Edited by M.J. Crawley Blackwell Science, 1997. £29.50 pbk (xvii + 717 pages) ISBN 0 632 03639 7
552
Plant Ecology of Australias Tropical Floodplain Wetlands: A Review
553
Plant ecophysiology : By M. N. V. Prasad, John Wiley and Sons Inc, New York
554
Plant ecotypes: genetic differentiation in the age of ecological restoration
555
Plant effects on the soil community: A microcosm experiment
556
Plant Electrophysiology – Theory and Methods. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany (2006)
557
Plant endemism and natural protected areas in the peninsula of Baja California, Mexico Original Research Article
558
Plant energy saving through efficient retrofit of furnaces
559
Plant energy storage strategy and caloric value
560
Plant energy storage strategy and caloric value
561
Plant eR Genes That Encode Photorespiratory Enzymes Confer Resistance against Disease
562
Plant essential oils as food preservatives to control moulds, mycotoxin contamination and oxidative deterioration of agri-food commodities – Potentials and challenges
563
Plant essential oils for pest and disease management
564
Plant evolution
565
Plant evolution and the ancient greenhouse effect
566
Plant evolution through the spectacles of an animal behavioral scientist
567
Plant Evolution: TALES of Development
568
Plant evolutionary genomics
569
Plant experiments with light-emitting diode module in Svet space greenhouse Original Research Article
570
Plant extract mediated synthesis of silver and gold nanoparticles and its antibacterial activity against clinically isolated pathogens
571
Plant extracts combined with vitamin E in PUFA-rich diets of cull cows protect processed beef against lipid oxidation
572
Plant extracts containing caffeic acid and rosmarinic acid inhibit zoospore germination of Phytophthora spp. pathogenic to Theobroma cacao
573
Plant extracts containing cinnamaldehyde, eugenol and capsicum oleoresin added to feedlot cattle diets: Ruminal environment, short term intake pattern and animal performance
574
Plant extracts for the control of bacterial growth: Efficacy, stability and safety issues for food application
575
Plant extracts interfere with peripheral blood mononuclear cells proliferation in dairy cows
576
Plant extracts interfere with peripheral blood mononuclear cells proliferation in dairy cows
577
Plant extracts interfere with peripheral blood mononuclear cells proliferation in dairy cows
578
Plant extracts interfere with peripheral blood mononuclear cells proliferation in dairy cows
579
Plant extracts interfere with peripheral blood mononuclear cells proliferation in dairy cows
580
Plant extracts interfere with peripheral blood mononuclear cells proliferation in dairy cows
581
Plant extracts rich in polyphenols (PERP) are efficient antioxidants to prevent lipoperoxidation in plasma lipids from animals fed n − 3 PUFA supplemented diets
582
Plant extracts to manipulate rumen fermentation
583
Plant Exudates of the World: sources, distribution, properties and applications
584
Plant facilitation in extreme environments: The non-random distribution of saguaro cacti (Carnegiea gigantea) under their nurse associates and the relationship to nurse architecture
585
Plant ferritin accumulates in response to photoinhibition but its ectopic overexpression does not protect against photoinhibition
586
Plant fiber intrusive growth characterized by NMR method
587
Plant fibre composites – porosity and stiffness
588
Plant fibre composites – porosity and volumetric interaction
589
Plant fibre reinforced cement components for roofing
590
Plant Flora of Iran: History and Applications in Traditional Medicine
591
Plant foods
592
Plant for the production of activated carbon and electric power from the gases originated in gasification processes
593
Plant functional classifications: from general groups to specific groups based on response to disturbance
594
Plant functional diversity in agricultural margins and fallow fields varies with landscape complexity level: Conservation implications
595
Plant functional diversity, species diversity and climate in arid and semi-arid southern Africa
596
Plant functional modelling as a basis for assessing the impact of management on plant safety
597
Plant functional types and climate along a precipitation gradient in temperate grasslands, north-east China and south-east Mongolia
598
Plant gas exchange and water status in urban desert landscapes
599
Plant gene expression profiling with DNA microarrays
600
Plant generalization on pollinators: species property or local phenomenon?
601
PLANT GENETIC DIVERSITY IN THE CANARY ISLANDS: A CONSERVATION PERSPECTIVE
602
Plant genetic engineering and agricultural biotechnology 1983–2013
603
Plant Genetic Resources and Intellectual Property Rights for Plant Breeding
604
Plant genetic resources conservation and use in light of recent policy developments
605
Plant genome engineering in full bloom
606
Plant genome engineering in full bloom
607
Plant genome modification by homologous recombination
608
Plant Genomics and Proteomics, C.A. Cullis. Wiley-Liss, Hoboken, NJ (2004), ISBN: 0-471-37314-1
609
Plant genotype affects total antioxidant capacity and phenolic contents in fruit
610
Plant genotype strongly modifies the structure and growth of maize rhizosphere microbial communities
611
Plant genotype strongly modifies the structure and growth of maize rhizosphere microbial communities
612
Plant glycoside hydrolases involved in cell wall polysaccharide degradation
613
Plant glycosyltransferases
614
Plant growth – A thermodynamicistʹs view
615
Plant growth and climate change, J.I.L. Morrison, M.D. Morecroft (Eds.). Blackwell Publishing Oxford, UK (2006). 232 pp., USD 199.99, ISBN-13: 978-1-4051-3192-6
616
Plant growth and defense: reply to Herms and Mattson
617
Plant growth and development the new wave
618
Plant growth and foraging for a patchy resource: A credit model
619
Plant growth and foraging for a patchy resource: A credit model
620
Plant growth and ion relations in lucerne (Medicago sativa L.) in response to the combined effects of NaCl and P
621
Plant Growth and Morphogenesis in vitroIs Promoted by Associative Methylotrophic Bacteria
622
Plant growth and nematode dynamics in response to soil amendments with neem products, urea and compost
623
Plant growth and nutrition in pine (Pinus thunbergii) seedlings and dehydrogenase and phosphatase activity of ectomycorrhizal root tips inoculated with seven individual ectomycorrhizal fungal species at high and low nitrogen conditions
624
Plant growth and nutrition in pine (Pinus thunbergii) seedlings and dehydrogenase and phosphatase activity of ectomycorrhizal root tips inoculated with seven individual ectomycorrhizal fungal species at high and low nitrogen conditions
625
PLANT GROWTH AND PHOSPHORUS ACCUMULATION OF WILD TYPE AND TWO ROOT HAIR MUTANTS OF ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA (BRASSICACEAE)
626
Plant growth and photosynthesis in the transition zone between land and stream
627
Plant growth and yield responses in olive (Olea europaea) to different irrigation levels in an arid region of Argentina
628
Plant growth depression by selective irradiation of the meristem with CO2 and diode lasers
629
Plant growth during the greenhouse II experiment on the Mir orbital station Original Research Article
630
Plant growth enhancement and suppression of Macrophomina phaseolina causing charcoal rot of peanut by fluorescent Pseudomonas
631
Plant growth influenced by photosynthetic irradiance and temperature: Part I: Mathematical model for standard conditions
632
Plant growth influenced by photosynthetic irradiance and temperature: Part II: Biomass estimation for nonstandard conditions
633
Plant growth inhibitors (Proanthocyanidins) from Prunus armeniaca
634
Plant growth modeling and applications
635
Plant Growth Promoting Characteristics in Some Flavobacterium spp. Isolated from Soils of Iran
636
Plant growth promoting properties of a strain of Enterobacter ludwigii isolated from Lolium perenne rhizosphere
637
Plant growth promoting properties of a strain of Enterobacter ludwigii isolated from Lolium perenne rhizosphere
638
Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria as biofertilizers
639
Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria effects on yield and yield components of four rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) cultivars under salt condition
640
Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria improve growth and essential oil yield in Origanum majorana L.
641
Plant growth regulator levels during maturation of larch somatic embryos
642
Plant Growth Regulators Alleviate Effects Of Drought Stress On Germination Indices In Tomato (Lycopersicon Esculentum Mill.)
643
Plant Growth Regulators Impact on Vegetative and Reproductive Characteristics of Gladiolus Cut Flowers (Gladiolus hybridus Hort.)
644
Plant growth stage, fertiliser management and bio-inoculation of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and plant growth promoting rhizobacteria affect the rhizobacterial community structure in rain-fed wheat fields
645
Plant growth stage, fertiliser management and bio-inoculation of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and plant growth promoting rhizobacteria affect the rhizobacterial community structure in rain-fed wheat fields
646
Plant growth stimulation in Prunus species plantlets by BTH or OTC treatments under in vitro conditions
647
Plant growth, biomass production and nutrient accumulation by slash/mulch agroforestry systems in tropical hillsides of Colombia
648
Plant growth, metabolism and adaptation in relation to stress conditions: XVII. Influence of different water treatments on stomatal apparatus, pigments and photosynthetic capacity in Vicia faba
649
Plant growth-promoting bacteria Bacillus amyloliquefaciens NBRISN13 modulates gene expression profile of leaf and rhizosphere community in rice during salt stress
650
Plant growth-promoting bacteria confer resistance in tomato plants to salt stress
651
Plant growth-promoting bacteria in the rhizo- and endosphere of plants: Their role, colonization, mechanisms involved and prospects for utilization
652
Plant growth-promoting bacteria in the rhizo- and endosphere of plants: Their role, colonization, mechanisms involved and prospects for utilization
653
Plant growth-promoting bacterium Pseudomonas sp. strain GRP3 influences iron acquisition in mung bean (Vigna radiata L. Wilzeck)
654
Plant growth-promoting bacterium Pseudomonas sp. strain GRP3 influences iron acquisition in mung bean (Vigna radiata L. Wilzeck)
655
Plant Growth-Promoting Effects of Diazotrophs in the Rhizosphere
656
Plant growth-promoting oligosaccharides produced from tomato waste
657
Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria-Elicited Alterations in Phenolic Profile of Chickpea (Cicer arietinum) Infected by Sclerotium rolfsii
658
Plant Gum Exudates of the World – Sources, Distribution, Properties, and Applications, A. Nussinovitch. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, USA (2010)
659
Plant heat shock transcription factors: positive and negative aspects of regulation
660
Plant height and evolutionary games
661
Plant Hemoglobins: A Molecular Fossil Record for the Evolution of Oxygen Transport
662
Plant heterotrimeric G protein function: insights from Arabidopsis and rice mutants
663
Plant hormesis induced by ultraviolet light-C for controlling postharvest diseases of tree fruits
664
Plant Hormone Signaling, P. Hedden, S.G. Thomas (Eds.). Blackwell Publishing Ltd., Oxford, UK (2006), ISBN: 9781405138871
665
Plant hormones and Agrobacterium tumefaciens strain 82.139 induce efficient plant regeneration in the cardenolide-producing plant Digitalis minor
666
Plant hormones in defense response of Brassica napus to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum – Reassessing the role of salicylic acid in the interaction with a necrotroph
667
Plant hormones including ethylene are recruited in calyx inflation in Solanaceous plants
668
Plant Host Range of Verticillium longisporum and Microsclerotia Density in Swedish Soils
669
Plant Immunity and Film Noir: What Gumshoe Detectives Can Teach Us about Plant-Pathogen Interactions
670
Plant immunity: the EDS1 regulatory node
671
Plant impact on the coupled terrestrial biogeochemical cycles of silicon and carbon: Implications for biogeochemical carbon sequestration
672
Plant indicator values as a tool for land mollusc autecology assessment
673
Plant induced changes in concentrations of caesium, strontium and uranium in soil solution with reference to major ions and dissolved organic matter
674
Plant innate immunity – direct and indirect recognition of general and specific pathogen-associated molecules
675
Plant innate immunity – sunny side up?
676
Plant innate immunity – sunny side up?
677
Plant inter-species effects on rhizosphere priming of soil organic matter decomposition
678
Plant inter-species effects on rhizosphere priming of soil organic matter decomposition
679
Plant invaders: The threat to natural ecosystems : by Q.C.B. Cronk and J.L. Fuller Chapman & Hall, 1995. £16.95 pbk (xiv + 241 pages) ISBN 0 412 48380 7
680
Plant invasion of native grassland on serpentine soils has no major effects upon selected physical and biological properties
681
Plant invasion of native grassland on serpentine soils has no major effects upon selected physical and biological properties
682
Plant invasions from a belowground nematocentric perspective
683
Plant invasions from a belowground nematocentric perspective
684
Plant invasions in dynamic desert landscapes. A field and remote sensing assessment of predictive and change modeling
685
Plant ion channels: from molecular structures to physiological functions
686
Plant iridoid glycosides and phytogrowth-inhibitory activity of Verbascum virgatum
687
Plant layout selection process for the fifth-generation Corvette
688
Plant leaf detection using modified active shape models
689
Plant leaf economics and reproductive investment are responsive to gradients of land use intensity
690
Plant lectins: Potential antineoplastic drugs from bench to clinic
691
Plant life histories: a meeting of phylogeny and ecology
692
Plant life history traits of rare versus frequent plant taxa of sandplains: Implications for research and management trials Original Research Article
693
Plant life management activities in Japan
694
Plant life management activities in Japan Original Research Article
695
Plant life management activities of LWR plants in Japan
696
Plant life management activities of LWR plants in Japan
697
Plant life management and modernisation: Research challenges in the EU
698
Plant life-form and germination in a Mexican inter-tropical desert: effects of soil water potential and temperature
699
Plant lignin and nitrogen contents control carbon dioxide production and nitrogen mineralization in soils incubated with Bt and non-Bt corn residues
700
Plant lignin and nitrogen contents control carbon dioxide production and nitrogen mineralization in soils incubated with Bt and non-Bt corn residues
701
Plant Lipid Biosynthesis: Fundamentals and Agricultural Applications, J.L. Harwood (Ed.). Cambridge University Press (1998)
702
Plant Lipids and Fossil Hydrocarbons in Embalming Material of Roman Period Mummies from the Dakhleh Oasis, Western Desert, Egypt
703
Plant lipids—biology, utilisation and manipulation, D.J. Murphy (Ed.). Blackwell Publishing, Oxford (2004), ISBN: 1-4051-1904-7
704
Plant Litter and Soil Reflectance
705
Plant litter decomposition and microbial characteristics in volcanic soils (Mt Etna, Sicily) at different stages of development
706
Plant litter quality influences the contribution of soil fauna to litter decomposition in humid tropical forests, southwestern China
707
Plant litter quality influences the contribution of soil fauna to litter decomposition in humid tropical forests, southwestern China
708
Plant litter-decomposition, humus formation and carbon sequestration: B. Berg and C. McClaugherty (Eds.), Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, Berlin, New York, 2003, 286 pages, price: Eur 129.95, ISBN 3-540-44329-0
709
Plant location and place marketing: understanding the process from the business customerʹs perspective
710
Plant location and strategic environmental policy with inter-sectoral linkages
711
Plant LysM proteins: modules mediating symbiosis and immunity
712
Plant LysM proteins: modules mediating symbiosis and immunity
713
Plant management tools tested with a small-scale distributed generation laboratory
714
Plant mechanosensing and Ca2+ transport
715
Plant mechanosensing and Ca2+ transport
716
Plant- mediated biosynthesis of Silver nanoparticles from Gymnema sylvestre and their use in phtodegradation of Methyl orange dye
717
Plant mediated green biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles using Vitex negundo L. extract
718
Plant mediated green synthesis and antibacterial activity of silver nanoparticles using Crataegus douglasii fruit extract
719
Plant membrane proteome databases
720
Plant membrane proteomics
721
Plant metabolic engineering: are we ready for phase two?: Editorial overview
722
Plant Metabolic Engineering—Entering the S Curve
723
Plant metabolism: where are all those pathways leading us?: Editorial overview
724
Plant metabolism: where are all those pathways leading us?: Editorial overview
725
Plant metabolites of polychlorinated biphenyls in hairy root culture of black nightshade Solanum nigrum SNC-9O Original Research Article
726
Plant metabolomics: Resolution and quantification of elusive peaks in liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry profiles of complex plant extracts using multi-way decomposition methods
727
Plant microcosm studies demonstrating bioremediation of cyanide toxicity by Trichoderma and Fusarium spp.
728
Plant microfossil analysis of soils from Polynesian stonefields in South Auckland, New Zealand
729
Plant micronutrients, C.P. Sharma (Ed.). Science Publishers, Enfield, NH (2006), ISBN: 1-57808-416-4
730
Plant migration and persistence under climate change in fragmented landscapes: Does it depend on the key point of vulnerability within the lifecycle?
731
Plant migration and persistence under climate change in fragmented landscapes: Does it depend on the key point of vulnerability within the lifecycle?
732
Plant migration and plant communities at the time of the “green Sahara”
733
Plant mineral nutrition, gas exchange and photosynthesis in space: A review Original Research Article
734
Plant Mitochondria, D.C. Logan (Ed.). Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK (2007)
735
Plant Mitochondria: from Gene to Function, I.M. Möller, P. Gardeström, K. Glimelius, E. Glaser (Eds.). Backhuys Publishers, Leiden (1998)
736
Plant mitogen-activated protein kinase signaling cascades
737
Plant Molecular Biology and Biotechnology in India
738
Plant molecular biology in Argentina and Chile
739
Plant Molecular Biology in China
740
Plant molecular biology in China: Opportunities and challenges
741
Plant Molecular Biology in Mexico
742
Plant molecular diversity and applications to genomics
743
Plant molecular genetics : By Monica A. Hughes. ISBN 0-582-24730-6. Addison Wesley Longman Limited. Harlow, UK, 1996, 236 pp
744
Plant molecular stress responses face climate change
745
Plant molecular stress responses face climate change
746
Plant molybdoenzymes and their response to stress
747
Plant monocultures produce more antagonistic soil Streptomyces communities than high-diversity plant communities
748
Plant monocultures produce more antagonistic soil Streptomyces communities than high-diversity plant communities
749
Plant Monooxygenases: Participation in Xenobiotic Oxidation
750
Plant morphogenesis: long-distance coordination and local patterning
751
Plant N capture and microfaunal dynamics from decomposing grass and earthworm residues in soil
752
Plant N capture and microfaunal dynamics from decomposing grass and earthworm residues in soil
753
Plant nanotoxicology
754
Plant nanotoxicology
755
Plant Natriuretic Peptide Immunoreactants Modulate Plasma-Membrane H+ Gradients in Solanum tuberosum L. Leaf Tissue Vesicles
756
Plant nematode resistance genes
757
Plant nitrate use in deciduous woodland: the relationship between leaf N, 15N natural abundance of forbs and soil N mineralisation
758
Plant nitrate use in deciduous woodland: the relationship between leaf N, 15N natural abundance of forbs and soil N mineralisation
759
Plant Nitrogen Dynamics and Nitrogen-use Strategies under Altered Nitrogen Seasonality and Competition
760
Plant nitrogen status rapidly alters amino acid metabolism and excretion in Bemisia tabaci
761
Plant nuclear bodies
762
Plant nuclear gene knockout reveals a role in plastid division for the homolog of the bacterial cell division protein FtsZ, an ancestral tubulin : Strepp R, Scholz S, Kruse S, Speth V, Reski R: Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 1998, 95:4368–4373
763
Plant Nuclear RNA Polymerase IV Mediates siRNA and DNA Methylation-Dependent Heterochromatin Formation
764
Plant nutrient contents of cattle manures from small-scale farms and experimental stations in the Ethiopian highlands
765
Plant nutrient-acquisition strategies change with soil age
766
Plant nutrients in a degraded soil treated with water treatment sludge and cultivated with grasses and leguminous plants
767
Plant nutrients in a degraded soil treated with water treatment sludge and cultivated with grasses and leguminous plants
768
Plant nutritional status modulates glutamine synthetase levels in ripe tomatoes (Solanum lycopersicum cv. Micro-Tom)
769
Plant object-orientated model formalization — case study: HDS plant design
770
Plant odour processing in the antennal lobe of male and female grapevine moths, Lobesia botrana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)
771
Plant oils: The perfect renewable resource for polymer science?!
772
Plant organelle positioning
773
Plant organelle proteomics
774
Plant origin liquid waste: A resource for singlecell protein production by yeast
775
Plant Parameter Response to Compaction
776
Plant parameter values for models in temperate climates
777
Plant parameter values for models in temperate climates
778
Plant parasitic and vector nematodes associated with Asiatic and Oriental hybrid lilies
779
Plant parasitic nematode populations on upland and hydromorphic rice in Cote dIvoire: relationship with moisture availability and crop development on a valley slope
780
Plant parasitic nematodes from a forest tree nursery in southern Spain with some notes about the influence of soil storage on the quantitative recovery of Meloidogyne arenaria
781
Plant Patenting And Farmers Right Under Iprs Law With Special Reference To Indian Iprs Law
782
Plant Pathogen Detection and Disease Diagnosis. P. Narayanasamy. 15 × 22.5 cm. vi + 331 pp. New York: Marcel Dekker Inc., 1997. $145. ISBN 0-8247-0040-6 (hardback).
783
Plant pathogen Protocolletotrichum from a Deccan intertrappean bed (Maastrichtian), India
784
Plant pathogenesis-related (PR) proteins: A focus on PR peptides
785
Plant Pathogenic Bacteria, Genomics and Molecular Biology, Robert W. Jackson (Ed.). Caister Academic Press, UK (2009)
786
Plant Pathogens and Plant Diseases. edited by J. F. Brown and H. J. Ogle. 25 × 17.6 cm, 550 pp. Armidale, Australia: Rockvale Publications, 1997. Price $A49.00. ISBN 186389-439-X (paperback).
787
Plant Pathogens and the Worldwide Movement of Seeds. D. C. McGee (ed.). 23 × 15 cm, 109 pp. St. Paul, MN, USA: The American Phytopathological Society [ http://www.scisoc.org/apspress], 1997. $35. ISBN 0-89054-185-X (paperback).
788
Plant Pathologistʹs Pocketbook, Third edition .
789
Plant Pathology (4th edn). George N. Agrios. 28.5 × 22 cm, 635 pp. New York, USA: Academic Press, 1997. Price $60/£42. ISBN 0-12-044564-6 (hardback).
790
Plant Pathology and Plant Pathogens. 3rd edition. J. A. Lucas. 19 cm × 24.5 cm. 288 pp. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Science [ http://http://www.blacksci.co.uk/default.htm], 1998. £22.50. ISBN 0-632-03046-1 (paperback).
791
Plant Pathology, G.N. Agrios. Fifth ed. Elsevier Academic Press, Burlington, MA (2005). 922 pp., Hardcover, Price: US$ 74.95, ISBN: 0-12-044565-4.
792
Plant pectin methylesterase and its inhibitor from kiwi fruit: Interaction analysis by surface plasmon resonance
793
Plant performance, dioxygenase-expressing rhizosphere bacteria, and biodegradation of weathered hydrocarbons in contaminated soil
794
Plant Phase Transitions Make a SPLash
795
Plant phenolics as cross-linkers of gelatin gels and gelatin-based coacervates for use as food ingredients
796
Plant phenolics: Recent advances on their biosynthesis, genetics, and ecophysiology
797
Plant phenology and soil fertility effects on below-ground carbon allocation for an annual (Bromus madritensis) and a perennial (Bromus erectus) grass species
798
Plant phenology and soil fertility effects on below-ground carbon allocation for an annual (Bromus madritensis) and a perennial (Bromus erectus) grass species
799
Plant Phenology Influences the Effect of Mycorrhizal Fungi on the Development of Verticillium-induced Wilt in Pepper
800
Plant phenology, shoot growth, and branching pattern in Mulinum spinosum (Apiaceae), a cushion shrub of the arid Patagonian steppe of Argentina
801
Plant phenotypic functional composition effects on soil processes in a semiarid grassland
802
Plant phenotypic functional composition effects on soil processes in a semiarid grassland
803
Plant phenotypic plasticity and non-cognitive behaviour
804
Plant phenotypic plasticity in a changing climate
805
Plant phenotypic plasticity in a changing climate
806
Plant Phospholipase Dα Is an Acidic Phospholipase Active at Near-Physiological Ca2+ Concentrations
807
Plant physiological ecology of tropical forest canopies
808
Plant Physiological Ecology, H. Lambers, F.S. Chapin III, T.L. Pons (Eds.). Springer Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York (1998)
809
Plant physiology in the genomic era
810
Plant physiology in theory and practice: An analysis of the WBE model for vascular plants
811
Plant Physiology, 2nd Ed., L. Taiz, E. Zeiger (Eds.). Sinauer Associates, Inc., publishers, Sunderland Massachusetts (1998)
812
Plant Pigments as Biomarkers of Organic Matter Sources in Sediments and Coastal Waters of Cyprus (eastern Mediterranean)
813
Plant plasma membrane 14-3-3 proteins differ in solubility and form fusicoccin-dependent complexes
814
Plant Polyketide Synthases: A fascinating group of enzymes
815
Plant polymer biodegradation in relation to global carbon management
816
Plant polyphenols: Modifiers of immune function and risk of cardiovascular disease
817
Plant population growth and competition in a light gradient: A mathematical model of canopy partitioning
818
Plant practice innovations in a phospate concentrator
819
Plant production on the threshold of a new century : Edited by P. C. Struik, W. J. Vredenberg, J. A. Renkema and J. E. Parlevliet. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1994. 501 pp. ISBN 0 7923 2903 1. Price: £120 or US$177 (hardback)
820
Plant production, and carbon and nitrogen source pools, are strongly intensified by experimental warming in alpine ecosystems in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau
821
Plant production, and carbon and nitrogen source pools, are strongly intensified by experimental warming in alpine ecosystems in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau
822
Plant productivity in cassava-based mixed cropping systems in Colombian hillside farms
823
Plant Products as Antimicrobial Agents
824
Plant products used as mosquito repellents in Guinea Bissau, West Africa
825
Plant programmed cell death: A common way to die
826
Plant proliferation in a spatial model of Cournot competition
827
Plant proteases, protein degradation, and oxidative stress: role of peroxisomes
828
Plant protection in spring cereal production with reduced tillage. I. Grain yield and weed development
829
Plant protection in spring cereal production with reduced tillage. II. Pests and beneficial insects
830
Plant protection in spring cereal production with reduced tillage. III. Cereal diseases
831
Plant protection in spring cereal production with reduced tillage. IV. : Changes in the weed flora and weed seedbank
832
Plant protection product supplementary protection certificates
833
PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS IN ORGANIC GRAPEVINE GROWING
834
Plant protection products: assessing the risk for terrestrial plants
835
Plant Protein Hydrolysates: Preparation of Defined Peptide Fractions Promoting Growth and Production in Animal Cells Cultures
836
Plant protein-coding gene families: emerging bioinformatics approaches
837
Plant protein-coding gene families: emerging bioinformatics approaches
838
Plant Proteus: brown algal morphological plasticity and underlying developmental mechanisms
839
Plant Proteus: brown algal morphological plasticity and underlying developmental mechanisms
840
Plant protoplast technology: Current status
841
Plant quality or quantity? Host exploitation strategies in three Chrysomelidae species associated with Asteraceae host plants
842
Plant recolonization after severe degradation: a case study in the Negev highlands of Israel
843
Plant Recovery and Grain-Yield Formation in Barley and Triticale Following Forage Removal at Two Cutting Stages
844
Plant recruitment and range size: Transition probabilities from ovule to adult in two Ipomoea
845
Plant reestablishment 15 years after the debris avalanche at Mount St. Helens, Washington
846
Plant refurbishment in historical buildings turned into museum
847
PLANT REGENERATION AND AGROBACTERIUM-MEDIATED TRANSFORMATION OF TWO ELITE ASPEN HYBRID CLONES FROM IN VITRO LEAF TISSUES
848
PLANT REGENERATION FROM CALLUS CULTURES OF MACLURA TINCTORIA, AN ENDANGERED WOODY SPECIES
849
Plant regeneration from callus of Cuscuta reflexa – an angiospermic parasite – and modulation of catalase and peroxidase activity by salicylic acid and naphthalene acetic acid
850
Plant Regeneration from Cell Suspension Protoplasts of Two Iranian Japonica Rice Cultivars and Ploidy Level of Regenerated Plants
851
Plant regeneration from encapsulated nodal segments of Dalbergia sissoo Roxb., a timber-yielding leguminous tree species
852
Plant Regeneration from Protoplasts of Lilium ledebourii (Baker) Boiss
853
Plant regeneration from seedling explants of Juncus effusus
854
Plant regeneration from shoot apical meristems of Melia azedarach L. ( Meliaceae )
855
Plant regeneration from sweet pepper ( Capsicum annuum L.) hypocotyl explants
856
Plant regeneration from the protoplasts of Solanum tuberosum , S. nigrum and S. bulbocastanum
857
Plant Regeneration from Wheat Leaf Explants
858
Plant regeneration functional groups modulate the response to fire of soil enzyme activities in a Mediterranean shrubland
859
Plant regeneration functional groups modulate the response to fire of soil enzyme activities in a Mediterranean shrubland
860
Plant regeneration of Citrus sinensis var. Thamson navel using sodium alginate-encapsulated shoot tips
861
Plant regeneration of the arsenic hyperaccumulator Pteris vittata L . from spores and identification of its tolerance and accumulation of arsenic and copper
862
Plant regeneration of the Australian native ornamental genus, Pandorea
863
Plant regeneration through multiple adventitious shoot differentiation from callus cultures of slash pine (Pinus elliottii)
864
PLANT REGENERATION THROUGH SOMATIC EMBRYOGENESIS FROM ZYGOTIC EMBRYO-DERIVED CALLUS OF ARECA CATECHU L. (ARECACEAE)
865
PLANT REGENERATION VIA ORGANOGENESIS FROM ADVENTITIOUS BUD EXPLANTS OF A MEDICINAL HERB SPECIES, POLYGONATUM CYRTONEMA
866
Plant regeneration via somatic embryogenesis and organogenesis in Verbascum speciosum Schard.
867
Plant regeneration via somatic embryogenesis and shoot organogenesis from immature cotyledons of Camellia nitidissima Chi
868
Plant regulation of microbial enzyme production in situ
869
Plant regulation of microbial enzyme production in situ
870
Plant remains as indicators for economic activity: a case study from Iron Age Ashkelon
871
Plant remains from Early Cretaceous deposits on the Goban Spur, Bay of Biscay, North Atlantic Ocean, and their palaeoenvironmental significance
872
Plant remains from the Lower Cretaceous Fossil-Lagerstنtte of Pietraroja, Benevento, southern Italy
873
Plant remains, alluvial chronology, and cave speleothem isotopes indicate abrupt Holocene climatic change at 6 ka in midwestern USA
874
Plant reserves of perennial grasses subjected to drought and defoliation stresses on the Northern Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia
875
Plant residue biochemistry regulates soil carbon cycling and carbon sequestration
876
Plant residue biochemistry regulates soil carbon cycling and carbon sequestration
877
Plant residues — A low cost, effective bioremediation treatment for petrogenic hydrocarbon-contaminated soil Original Research Article
878
Plant Resistance Genes: Their Structure, Function and Evolution
879
Plant Resistance to Parasitic Nematodes
880
Plant Resistance to Pathogen Infection: Forms and Mechanisms of Innate and Acquired Resistance
881
Plant Resource Allocation, edited by F.A. Bazzaz and J. Grace
882
Plant resource conservation planning in protected natural areas: an example from the Canary Islands, Spain Original Research Article
883
Plant Respiration. From Cell to Ecosystem, Series: Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration. Lambers, H, Miquel Ribas-Carbo, M. (Eds.), Vol. 18. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands (2005) (250pp., ISBN: , EUR 144.45, GBP 94.00, USD 179.00).
884
Plant Respiration: Physiological Aspects, T.K. Golovko, St. Petersburg: Nauka, 1999
885
Plant Respiratory Burst Oxidase Homologs Impinge on Wound Responsiveness and Development in Lycopersicon esculentum
886
Plant responces to global changes in Co2: unfinished business?
887
Plant response regulators implicated in signal transduction and circadian rhythm
888
Plant response to evapotranspiration and soil water sensor irrigation scheduling methods for papaya production in south Florida
889
Plant Response to Integrated Impact of Natural and Anthropogenic Stress Factors
890
Plant Response to Mechanical Stress
891
Plant responses to bacterial quorum sensing signals
892
Plant responses to drought, from ABA signal transduction events to the action of the induced proteins
893
Plant Responses to Environmental Stress, M.F. Smallwood, C.M. Calvert, D.J. Bowles (Eds.). BIOS Scientific Publishers Ltd., Oxford (1999)
894
Plant Responses to Ethylene Gas Are Mediated by SCFEBF1/EBF2-Dependent Proteolysis of EIN3 Transcription Factor
895
Plant responses to nodulation factors
896
Plant responses to plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria
897
Plant responses to stress: functions of the Arabidopsis TCH genes
898
Plant richness patterns in agricultural and urban landscapes in Central Germany—spatial gradients of species richness
899
Plant RNA chaperones in stress response
900
Plant RNA chaperones in stress response
901
Plant roles and decision autonomy in multinational plant networks
902
Plant salt-tolerance mechanisms
903
Plant salt-tolerance mechanisms
904
Plant science: the key to preventing slow cadmium poisoning
905
Plant science: the key to preventing slow cadmium poisoning
906
Plant Secondary Metabolism, D.S. Seigler (Ed.). Kluwer Academic Publ., Dordrecht (1998)
907
Plant secondary metabolite diversity as a resistance trait against insects: a test with Sitophilus granarius (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) and seed secondary metabolites
908
Plant secondary metabolites – a primary resource: Biochemistry of Plant Secondary Metabolism and Functions of Plant Secondary Metabolites and their Exploitation in Biotechnology, edited by M. Wink
909
Plant secondary metabolites and vertebrate herbivores – from physiological regulation to ecosystem function
910
Plant secondary metabolites, biphenyl, and hydroxypropyl-β-cyclodextrin effects on aerobic polychlorinated biphenyl removal and microbial community structure in soils
911
Plant secondary metabolites, biphenyl, and hydroxypropyl-β-cyclodextrin effects on aerobic polychlorinated biphenyl removal and microbial community structure in soils
912
Plant seed classification using pyrolysis mass spectrometry with unsupervised learning: The application of auto-associative and Kohonen artificial neural networks
913
Plant selectable markers and reporter genes
914
Plant self-defense mechanisms against oxidative injury and protection of the forest by planting trees of triploids and tetraploids
915
Plant senescence: A mechanism for nutrient release in temperate agricultural wetlands
916
Plant separation: 50 ways to leave your mother
917
Plant serine acetyltransferase: new insights for regulation of sulphur metabolism in plant cells
918
Plant serine proteases: biochemical, physiological and molecular features
919
Plant Sexual Systems and a Review of the Breeding System Studies in the Caatinga, a Brazilian Tropical Dry Forest
920
Plant signaling systems. Plastid-generated signals and their role in nuclear gene expression
921
Plant signalling peptides
922
Plant single-cell and single-cell-type metabolomics
923
Plant single-cell and single-cell-type metabolomics
924
Plant sink-source relationships and carbon isotopic labeling techniques . Taher Barzegar* and Fatemhe Nekounam
925
Plant size effects on the relationships among specific leaf area, leaf nutrient content, and photosynthetic capacity in tropical woody species
926
Plant size preference of Agapeta zoegana L. (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), a root-feeding biological control agent of spotted knapweed
927
Plant size: Capital cost relationships in the dry mill ethanol industry
928
Plant sizing and evaluation of hydrogen production costs from advanced processes coupled to a nuclear heat source. Part I: Sulphur–iodine cycle
929
Plant sizing and evaluation of hydrogen production costs from advanced processes coupled to a nuclear heat source: Part II: Hybrid-sulphur cycle
930
Plant species affect acid phosphatase, ergosterol and microbial P in a Jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata Donn ex Sm.) forest in south-western Australia
931
Plant species affect acid phosphatase, ergosterol and microbial P in a Jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata Donn ex Sm.) forest in south-western Australia
932
Plant Species and Functional Types’ Diversity in Relation to Grazing in Arid and Semi-arid Rangelands, Khabr National Park, Iran
933
Plant species composition in a temperate forest: Multi-scale patterns and determinants
934
Plant species composition, calculated leaf masses and estimated biogenic emissions of urban landscape types from a field survey in Phoenix, Arizona
935
Plant species differences in particulate matter accumulation on leaf surfaces Original Research Article
936
Plant species diversity and composition along an experimental gradient of northern hardwood abundance in Picea mariana plantations
937
Plant Species Diversity in Gonabad
938
Plant Species Diversity in Jokhaneh Plain and Southern Slope of the Nil Mt. in Kohgilouyeh va Boyerahmad Province (Central Zagros Region of Iran)
939
Plant species diversity in the traditional homegardens of Meitei community: a case study from Barak Valley, Assam
940
Plant Species Diversity Response to Animal Grazing Intensity in Semi-Steppe Rangelands
941
Plant species dominance at a grassland–shrubland ecotone: an individual-based gap dynamics model of herbaceous and woody species
942
Plant species dominance at a grassland–shrubland ecotone: an individual-based gap dynamics model of herbaceous and woody species
943
Plant species effects and carbon and nitrogen cycling in a sagebrush–crested wheatgrass soil
944
Plant species effects and carbon and nitrogen cycling in a sagebrush–crested wheatgrass soil
945
Plant species extinction debt in a temperate biodiversity hotspot: Community, species and functional traits approaches
946
Plant species identification using digital morphometrics: A review
947
Plant species in arable field margins and road verges of central Norway
948
Plant species in Oak (Quercus brantii Lindl.) understory and their relationship with physical and chemical properties of soil in different altitude classes in the Arghvan valley protected area, Iran
949
Plant species influence microbial diversity and carbon allocation in the rhizosphere
950
Plant species influence microbial diversity and carbon allocation in the rhizosphere
951
Plant species influence microbial metabolic activity and butachlor biodegradation in a riparian soil from Chongming Island, China
952
Plant species loss due to forest succession in Alpine pastures depends on site conditions and observation scale
953
Plant species responses to cattle grazing in mesic semi-natural grassland
954
Plant species richness and composition in managed grasslands: The relative importance of field management and environmental factors Original Research Article
955
Plant species richness and floristic composition change along a rice-pasture sequence in subsistence farms of Brazilian Amazon, influence on the fallows biodiversity (Benfica, State of Pará)
956
Plant species richness drives the density and diversity of Collembola in temperate grassland
957
Plant species richness enhanced the methane emission in experimental microcosms
958
Plant species richness in midfield islets and road verges – The effect of landscape fragmentation Original Research Article
959
Plant species richness in relation to pasture position, management, and scale
960
Plant species richness in the Chaco Serrano Woodland from central Argentina: Ecological traits and habitat fragmentation effects Original Research Article
961
Plant species richness leaves a legacy of enhanced root litter-induced decomposition in soil
962
Plant species richness leaves a legacy of enhanced root litter-induced decomposition in soil
963
Plant species richness of afforestations with different former use and habitat continuity
964
Plant species richness, composition and habitat specificity in a Norwegian agricultural landscape
965
Plant species traits regulate methane production in freshwater wetland soils
966
Plant species traits regulate methane production in freshwater wetland soils
967
Plant Species, Host Age and Host Genotype Effects on Meloidogyne incognita Biocontrol by Pseudomonas fluorescens Strain CHA0 and its Genetically-Modified Derivatives
968
Plant Spread Simulator: A model for simulating large-scale directed dispersal processes across heterogeneous environments
969
Plant Spread Simulator: A model for simulating large-scale directed dispersal processes across heterogeneous environments
970
Plant Stanol and Sterol Esters in the Control of Blood Cholesterol Levels: Mechanism and Safety Aspects
971
Plant stanols induce intestinal tumor formation by up-regulating Wnt and EGFR signaling in ApcMin mice
972
Plant Stem Cell Niches: Standing the Test of Time
973
Plant sterol and stanol substrate specificity of pancreatic cholesterol esterase
974
Plant Sterol Biosynthesis: Identification and Characterization of Higher Plant Δ7-Sterol C5(6)-Desaturase
975
Plant Sterol Biosynthesis: Identification of a NADPH Dependent Sterone Reductase Involved in Sterol-4 Demethylation
976
Plant sterol oxides in functional beverages: Influence of matrix and storage
977
Plant sterols and host plant suitability for generalist and specialist caterpillars
978
Plant sterols as selective DNA polymerase β lyase inhibitors and potentiators of bleomycin cytotoxicity Original Research Article
979
Plant sterols combined with exercise for the treatment of hypercholesterolemia: overview of independent and synergistic mechanisms of action
980
Plant sterols from foods in inflammation and risk of cardiovascular disease: A real threat?
981
Plant Sterols in Serum and in Atherosclerotic Plaques of Patients Undergoing Carotid Endarterectomy Original Research Article
982
Plant sterols in vegetables, fruits and berries
983
Plant stress adaptations — making metabolism move
984
Plant stress analysis: Application of prompt, delayed chlorophyll fluorescence and 820 nm modulated reflectance. Insights from independent experiments
985
Plant stress uncoupling protein CSP 310 caused thermogenesis in winter wheat mitochondria in vitro
986
Plant structural biology
987
Plant structure visualization by high-resolution X-ray computed tomography
988
Plant structure visualization by high-resolution X-ray computed tomography
989
Plant succession and soil degradation in desertified areas (Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, Spain)
990
Plant succession in perennial grass strips and effects on the diversity of leafhoppers (Homoptera, Auchenorrhyncha)
991
Plant succession on abandoned fields after 25 years of shifting cultivation in Assuit, Egypt
992
Plant sulfur metabolism the reduction of sulfate to sulfite
993
Plant surfaces with cuticular folds and their replicas: Influence of microstructuring and surface chemistry on the attachment of a leaf beetle
994
Plant system: Natureʹs nanofactory
995
Plant Systems Biology, S. Baginsky, A.R. Fernie (Eds.). Birkhäuser Verlag, Basel, Switzerland (2007), ISBN: 978-3-7643-7261-3
996
Plant taphonomy and palaeoecology in the lacustrine Uٌa delta (Late Barremian, Iberian Ranges, Spain)
997
Plant taphonomy and palaeoecology of Stephanian limnic wetlands in the eastern Pyrenees (Catalonia, Spain)
998
Plant taphonomy and palaeoenvironment from the Upper Cretaceous of Isona, Tremp Basin, southern Pyrenees, Catalonia, Spain
999
Plant Template Generation for Uncertain Plants in Quantitative Feedback Theory
1000
Plant Template Generation for Uncertain Plants in Quantitative Feedback Theory
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