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ADVANCES IN AGRONOMY VOLUME 32 ACADEMIC PRESS RAPID MANUSCRIPT REPRODUCTION ADVISORY BOARD H J GORZ,CHAIRMAN K M KING R B GROSSMAN T M STARLING J B POWELL J W BIGGAR M.STELLY, EX OFFICIO ASA Headquarters 1979 ADVANCES IN AGRONOMY Prepared in Cooperation with AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRONOMY Edited by N C BRADY International Rice Research Institute Manila, Philippines VOLUME 32 CUMULATIVE INDEXES FOR VOLUMES 1-30 Prepared by ALBERT S HUNTER Professor Emeritus of Soil Fertility Department of Agronomy The Pennsylvania State University University Park Pennsylvania ACADEMIC PRESS A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers New York London Toronto Sydney San Francisco 1980 COPYRIGHT @ 1980, BY ACADEMIC PRESS,INC ALL RIGHTS RESERVED NO PART OF THIS PUBLICATION MAY BE REPRODUCED OR TRANSMITTED IN ANY FORM OR BY ANY MEANS, ELECTRONIC OR MECHANICAL, INCLUDING PHOTOCOPY, RECORDING, OR ANY INFORMATION STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL SYSTEM, WITHOUT PERMISSION IN WRITING FROM THE PUBLISHER ACADEMIC PRESS, INC 111 Fifth Avenue, N e w York, New York 10003 United Kingdom Edition published by ACADEMIC PRESS, INC ( L O N D O N ) LTD 24/28 Oval Road, London NWl IDX LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOG CARD NUMBER: -5 ISBN 0-12-000732-0 PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 80 81 82 83 CONTENTS Preface Acknowledgments vii ix Key-Word Index for Volumes 1-30 Author Index for Volumes 1-30 13 Subject Index for Volumes 1-30 23 V This Page Intentionally Left Blank As the world’s scientific literature expands, it becomes increasingly difficult for the individual scholar and scientist to keep abreast of the research findings in his field Agronomists and associated crop and soil scientists have social problems in this regard because of the wide range of subjects covered by the field of Agronomy All aspects of field crop inprovement, crop culture, and crop quality are included Likewise, all those activities of soil scientists concerned with crop production on a sustained basis are covered Advances in Agronomy has done much to accomodate the communication among agronomists and crop and soil scientists The primary objective of this review journal is to publish papers that summarize research progress in various aspects of agronomy and of crop and soil science During the past 30 years, 245 articles have appeared in this journal Written by 454 authors from nations throughout the world, these papers have provided concise reviews of subjects ranging from the genetics and physiology of important crop plants to the classification and conservation of soils and to their utilization for crop production To provide easier access to the literature covered in the first 30 volumes of Advances in Agronomy, this index volume is being published Prepared by Dr Albert S Hunter, Emeritus Professor at Pennsylvania State University, this volume provides invaluable reference information on all phases of Agronomy as reviewed by the authors of the first 30 volumes of this important series Soil and crop scientists throughout the world are indebted to Dr Hunter for the tedious job he has performed for us His selfless devotion to the task of compiling the information contained herein places every soil and crop scientist in his debt Likewise, the support he received from his colleagues at Pennsylvania State University in preparing this volume is recognized and appreciation expressed for it N C Brady vii This Page Intentionally Left Blank Sincere thanks are expressed to Dr James L Starling, Head, Department of Agronomy, and to the administrators of the College of Agriculture for providing access to computer services, and to Mr John C Mullin and the staff of the Agricultural Data Processing Service for computer programming and much of the routine card punching that made the preparation of these indexes feasible Albert S Hunter Professor Emeritus of Soil Fertility Department of Agronomy The Pennsylvania State University University Park, Pennsylvania January 1980 ix Advances in AGRONOMY, Volume 32 148 (8) 105, (9) 212, (11) U8,50,5U-55,60,62,213.261.345 377,389,(12)226,(14)257,313, (15) 173, ( 8) 67,70,75, (19) 31,89,115-116,129, (22) 221, (23) 32,102, (24) 118,161,36U, (27) 5,110,147,153, (28) 85-86,97-98,100,107,109, (29) 13,U3,55,57,63, AVAILABILITY (6) 193-195 C L A S S I F I C A T I O N OF SALTS , ( ) - ZONSUHPTION I N U.S (6) 184 DESICCATION OF (9) fl9 DISEASE RESISTANCE (2) 124-126 EFFECT OF S O I L IOISTURE STRESS (11)61,86 F E R T I L I Z E R HIXIURES (6) 190-193 PHYSICAL-CHEIICAL PROPERTIES (6) 186-187 SOURCES (6) 185-187 WATER D E F I C I T (28) 170-171,178,181 Z I N C DEFICIENCY I N (9) 32,35,39-U2 Z I N C UPTAKE BY (9) 36 TONOPLAST (1 1) 382 TOR3 RICE ,(14) 99,103-101) TOTAL ORGANIC CONrENT f.T C ) , 137-138.141 (26) TOUCH-NE-NOT (15) 24 TOURMALINE (1) 327-329, (15) 124 TOWNSVILLE LUCERNE 122) TOYNSVILLE s r y L o ~Zj~~7,9-11,23-24,29-32,37.40-~1, 52,6i TOXAPHENE (2) 35.37-39, (11) 309, (12) 95, (1U) 90, (23) 166,176 m Q p z z & GRAHINIUH (13) 177, (24) 201,203 2.U.5-TP (17)312TRACE ELEHENT NUTRIENTS ( 1 ) 299-302 CYCLING (20) 235-274 FOLIAR SPRAYS (6) 188-189 INJECTION (6) 189 I N IULTINUTRIENT GLASSES (11) 299-302 2UANTITIES I N FERTILIZERS (6) S O I L CONDITIONS (6) 19U-195 S O I L REQUIREMENTS (6) 184 S O I L TREATHENTS (6) 188-189 SOLUBILITY I N F E R T I L I Z E R S (6) 192-193 USAGE (6) 183-197 TRACE HETALS (211) 267-325 TRACTOR-PLANT OR PLOW-PLANT, SOYBEAN , ( l U ) TRANSCINNAHIC ACID ,128) , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , TRANSLOCATION , - , , , , , , , , (30) 123 , , ,(8) 338,340, [ 12) 234,23 9-240.24 U-2U5.25 1,256,282-283, 288,(23)267,287-291,(24) 119-121, (28) 329-335 WATER D E F I C I T AND ,(271 9-12 (28) 179-1 80 TRAWSPIRATION (11) 22~23,54-57;59,62,64-65, (16) 37-42, (18) 182.185 192,19U-196,204-206,(19) 11U,116-121,13U,(22) 174, 183,(27)4,9,109, (28)313 EFFECT OF S O I L HOISTURE ,(11) 5 MODEL EQUATION (30) 100-101 RATIO ,(11)56-57 TRANSPORT O F I O U S (11) 382-383 TRASH CULTIVATORS (6) 12U TRASHY FALLOW (8) 23.25-26 TREE FRUIT ,(17)10 TREE NUT A N D P R O I T HARVESTING EQUIPMENT ,(11) 218-223 TREES, COUTROL OF Z I N C DEFICIENCY I N , ( ) FERTILIZATIOB (12) 127-190 TREFOIL , ( l o ) 357-358.390-396, (11)50 BIG (10)396, (29) 130 BIEDSFOOT (29) 120,122, 127,130, 133,137 BROADLEAP BIEDSPOOT ( ) 361-362.389,392-393,396,UOO NILEROWLEAF BIRDSFOOT (10) 392, (29) 12U T~WOIL-GRASS (iu)-ri (29) 72 , , , , , , , , , , , SUBJECT INDEX FOR VOLUMES 1-30 TRENCHING 149 ,(16)168-170 Ez&LEg&_OggS&%Jr&L_ONtI ,(2U)229, (30)141 TRIAZINE ,(23)99,152-153,156,167,181,198,344-345,36839 2-TRIAZINES ,(22)99, (24)342-351 P & E U & H N B CALIPORNICA ,(10)399 TRICHLOROACETATE,SODIUH (TCA) , (3)110 TRICALOHACETIC ACID ,(1)310,358, ( ) 43,169-172,174, (7)280-281, (8)31 1, (12)6 -SEE _-ALSO TCA, (4)313-314.319-321.326 2,3.6-TRICHLOROBENZOIC ACID ,(1)380-381, (2U)329-331 2.4, - T R I C H L O R O P H E N O X Y A C Z T I C ACID (2,4,5-T) , (2)141, (U) 307,309 31 1-312.319-320 (7)285,291-292,348, (12167,296, ( ) 191,195-197,199,206 S E E ALSQ UNDER 2,4,5-T ALPHA-2,U,5-TRICHLOROPHENOXYPROPIONIC ACID ,(2)139 2-(2,G,5-TRICHLOROPHENOXY) PROPIONIC ACID ,(22) 133,124 SEH SILVEK TRICHODEagA ,(13)188, (16)117 TRLCHQQEAHA VIRIDE ,(1)262,(12)299,(18)99 IPILLEBPQQEPS CHRISXIEL ,(16)269 TBKHQPYXTQN ~ ~ E U C O C C U I,I(30)238 XELGYQPLYSU HI (24)234 TRLEHTBLIS HERQPEA ,( 13) 12 : ALPH A- ALPHA- ALPHA-TRIPLU3RO-2,6-DINITRO-~, l-DIPROPYL-~-TOLUIDINE (24)64 TRIPLUaALIN ,(23)203, (24)64,337-341, (26)30,63,(29) 163 p I p Q L & p l ,(17)164 (1812 10, 17.32, (24)189 rnIPQLIP1 BL%XUrnUNV, !!( 12) ( 13)74 Z U E Q L L ~ E ~ a e ~ c u u,g(12182 B.L~QLIP~IA R X E N ~ E ,(18) 14 IPILIPOL€PE BALblSlE ,(‘041 =LEOLIP4 G A M E S T R E t (13)106, (1814,9 rnLP_QLrOB cg!!rru_on ,(18)9 a€Eg&&gflEBERILERI ,(29)123 NEQLIUS E Z L ~ Q L A X ~ E(19)4 TRIPOLIUfl DIPPUSUg , (12)400 iiizun-,(8)101,(12)82,(18)4,9 m.IfQLLg1 PRACIPERUa ,(4) 10,22,41, (12)82, (29) 133 TRIPQLIUB CLQBoSUn ,(13)106 XBLfQLLUE GLOBERATUU ,(41 10, (13)74,(1814,9,14,17 mP_QLulHIRTUH , (10)399, (12)82, (13)60, (25)56,(29)129 BIPQL&ufl HYBRIDUg ,(2)210,353, (3)79, (4) 181, (8)52,(12) 70,81, (29) 133 m/p-QL&ya INCARUATU4 ,(2)96, ( ) 196, (6)34,(8)52,(10)369,(12)78 ,(13)74,(18)31, (19) 115, (25)U8,50, (291129 TaUQLZPfi ZSR4ELUZGPE ,(13)64,106 mXPQLLoH USeP4CAEU4 ,(12)8 IPILIEQLXUM ,(12182,369,400 ~ E O L L U Mfl&GROCEPHBLPa ,(18)4,12, (291 129 2EIEQLIP4 O ~ ! ! X X ! ! O p P o O ~ S ,(13)74 = X Q L L U H HATENSE ,( ) , , , ( ) , ( U ) , , ( ) 4 , 2 , (12179- 80, 370, (13)73-74,106, (19)25,(21) 22, (22)126.U07, (29)133 ~ I P O L I UPROCUHBENS ~ ,(10)369, (12)82 ~ I P O L J U HREgEs ,(2)208-230,310,336,358,373, (3)79,(4)8,181,184, ( 7) 288 ,(8)52, (10)202-203,368-369,392, (12)48,80, (13)60, 70.73-74,106, (21)17, (22)21 ,407, (29)98,133 V A R CJCANTEUH ,(12)81 VAR ,(10)392 N P O L I U B RESUPINATUM ,(12)56.82 T R E O L I U B SCABRUfl ,(18)9 TRIPOLIUfl S E H I P I L O S U t (221 9.22.39 TRIPQLIgl SP ,(12) 73.78-82,112 POLLIUATIOU ,(12173.78-82 TEPQL59M SUBTERRANEUR t (4)9,38,196, (6)34.207, ( ) 47.5‘4.164, 18) 4-5, (10)202-203,396,(12)82, (13)58,61,(15)8,22, (l6)21 7-9,31-32,Ul,U6, (21)63, (2U) 168, (28)16, (29)97-98, 120,128,133 iHinn-& Advances in AGRONOMY, Volume 32 150 ,(4) 10 (18) ,(18) (29) ,(8) 46, ( 18) T R L P O L ~ IvES_I%OSOa ,(25) TRIFOLIUH UORLIShOLDII ,(8) 46 TRIGONELLA ,(17) 16U8210,218-219, (2U) 189,191 TRISONELLA POENUN-GRAECUH ,(12) 87 TRIGONELLA SUAVISSIMA ,(4) 2,3,5-TRIIODOBENZOIC ACID ,(12) 289 TRILLIUM HANTSCAATICUN ,( ) 139 T R I P S LONGICAUDATUS ,( ) 2.3.5-TRIPHENYLTETRAZOLIflN CHLORIDE ,(8) 208,229, TRIPAENYL T I N HYDROXIDE ,( ) 319 TRIFOLIUH TOLIENTOSUN TRIFOL€UH TRU2EM'€ATLU!l TRIPOLXU I VARltEGATUH (12) 1 T R I P L E SUPERPHOSPHATE ,( 1 ) 276-278,311 TRISETUN (17) 243 TRISETUM FLAVESCENS , (4)2 TRISETUN SPICATUH ,(17) 243 TRITICALE ( ) 45 DEVELOPMENT OF ,126) 315-348 TRITICUH AESTIVUH (19) 3.09, (20) 231-202,205,209, (22) 165,332,342 (24) 11,332,336, ( ) , (28) 84,268-271.273-276, 278- 28 1,2 , ~ U (3 0) 10 7,124 TRITICUN ARARTICUH ( ) 271,274,277 TRITICUN BOEOTICUH ,( ) 201, (28) 270,273-275.277.289 TRITICUN COHPACTUH ( ) 274,276,279-280 TRIrICUl! DICOCCQIDES (20) 200,2 04 205,209, (28) 27 1,27 3,276,280 TRITICUN DICOCCUH ,I201 1281 273 T R I T I CUE - TRITICUH NACHA (20) 209 TRITICULI NONOCOCCUH ,(26) 324, ( ) 181 204 TRITICUN SATIVUH TRITICUH SECALOTRiCUh SARATOVIENSE ,126) 316.344 TRITICUN SECALUH (26) 345 TRITICUM SPELTA ,(28) 273,276,280,282,284 TRIT ICUH S P ,(16) 133 ( ) , (28) 271,277 T R I I I C U N TINONOVU8 TRITICUM TIHOPHEEVI (20) 201-202,205-207,209-210,217, ( ) 323 ,(28) 268-27U,276,280-281,2l34,287-288 TRIl'ICUR T R I T I C A L E (26) 4 TRITICON T O R G I D U H ,(26) 317-318 T R I T I C U N VAVILOVI (20) 209 T R I T I CUM VULGARE (8) 91, (12) 220, ( ) 22, ( ) 0 , (21) 179,187, (22) 388, (24) 99,333 TRITICUH ZHUKOVSKYI 120) 201 (281 271.277.284 TRITIUB ,(14)331,338~341;355~ TROPICAL G R A I N LEGUNES ( ) 1-132 KEY TO GENERA (26) 9-11 TROPICAL S O I L S (2)85-86, ( ) 156-163 T R O P I C S , P E R T I L I Z E R S FOR ,(27) 175-2C8 TRUZK CROPS,IN OLD COTTON BELT ( ) 15,25 TRUCK CROPS,RESPONSE TO ANHYDROUS ARNONIA , ( A ) - TRYPOPYZA INCERTALAS ( ) 197, (29) 301,305 TRYPORYZA INOTATA (24) 195, ( ) TRYPTOPHAN (8) 346 TSUGA HETEXOPHYLLA ,( ) 258 TUFTED HAIRGRASS ,( ) 46, (17) 243 TULIP ,(11)345 TUNDRA (7) 1U6,165,316 SOILS (3)8,50 TONS ,( 1) 225 Z I N C DEFICIENCY IN (9) 32,43,48 CONTROL OF ,(9) 57 TUN3RO (29)288-294,322 TUNZSTEN ,(28) TnNISGRASS ,( ) 330 TUR (26) 32,35 , , , , , , , - , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , SUBJECTINDEX FOR VOLUMES 1-30 TURFGRASS HANAGEHENT ,( ) 259-326 TURKESTAN BLUESTE3 (6) TURNIP (U) 8 , ( ) , (7) 6 , ( ) 2U, ( ) , 2 , ( ) , ( ) 75 HARVESTING EQUIPHENT ( 1 ) I N THE NETHERLANDS ( 1 ) 343-3U4 TURNIP HAGCOT (2U) 3 TURNIP RAPE ( ) 70-71, ( ) TUSSILAGO PARPARUS (3) 198 TWO-SPOTTED NITE ,( ) 9U TYCtlIUS STEPHENS1 ,( ) , XXL4NCBPRBYICIUS S P ,( ) (16) 269-270,277, (18) 99 TYLENCHULUS SENIPENETRANS (21329 TYPHA LATIPOLIA TYPHA SP (15)205 TYROSINASE ( U ) , , , , , , , , , , , , U UDOLL ,( ) 2Ub O , l r , , , - , - , 7 ULNUS PUHILA 1271 ~ L T I S O L ( ) e s , l ) 7-8 ( 1 , ( ) , - 8 ULTRAVIOLET IRRADIATION (28) 133 RADIATION ( ) 66 S O I L ENZYNES (27) 69 UNBRELLASEDGE ,(1U) 85 UNITED STATES, CONCEPT OF B R A U N E R D E I N THE ,( ) 2U1-2UU UNIVERSAL SOIL LOSS E Q U A T I O N (1U) 138-143, ( ) URACIL ,( ) URANIIIN (20) 257 UREA , ( ) 117-118,(6) 130,(A)63,329,33U-335,(10)100,(11)259-262, 311,377, (lU)81-82,255,275,300, ( ) 17.19-21.23, 25,27,68, ( ) 233,238,2UU,25O-i51,312, (19) 226, 229.233, ( ) , , - , ( ) U , , , , (27) 188,1Y0,192,196,198-199,202, ( ) , (30) BIURET PORNATION ( 1) DERIVATIVES ( ) U6-48 HERBICIDES , I241 358-363 U R E A A C E T A L D E H Y D E ,.(23) 366 UREAFORN , ( ) , (11)261-262,(18)287,(23)358-361 OREAFORNALDEHYDE 1171 UREASE (8) 3 D O I L ,( ) 38-'48,65,68,72,7U-75 U R I C ACID,SOIL DECOMPOSITION ,( ) - URICASE ( ) 6 , URINE ,(15)60 UROCHLOA SP , ( 2 ) , UROZYSTIS AGROPYRI (12) 13 URONYCES APPENDICOLATUS ,( ) , UROHYCES BETAE (7) 110 UROIYCES PHASEOLI ,( ) 88, ( ) 110 VAR V I G N A E (26)54 URONYCES SP ( ) 39 URONYCES TRIPOLI1 ( 3) V A A PALLENS ,( ) URONIDES,DETERNINATION ,( ) I N SOILS ( ) 159-160 USTILAGO NhYDIS ( ) 12U USTILAGO N U D A ,( ) , USTILAGO SPHAEROGENA (13) 364 USTILAGO SP (26) 333 USTILAGO T R I T I C I , ( ) , ( ) 2 UST3LLS ,( ) , , - , - 6 , , U - UTAH, ZINC CONTENT O F SOILS I N ,( ) 45 U V IRRADIATION, SOIL ENZYNES ,( ) , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 151 152 Advances in AGRONOMY, Volume 32 V -VACCINIUfl , SCOPARInfi (17) 242 (17) 242 SP V A R A (VINYLACETATE A N D METHYL NALEATE) ( ) 23-29,33 VANADIUM ( ) 253, (20) 266-268, (24) , , , Y - , , - , , VACCgLLgg I , , 308, (27) 114-315,319-320,356-358 VANADYL SULFATE -1281 VANILLIC ACID ,( i i ) i VAP3R TRANSFER ,( 1 ) 3 - 3 VAPOR-PLOW ,( 1 ) - VARISCITE ,(30) 162 PASETGRASS ,(3) 203,202,237-239, ( ) 191, (10) 365 VEGETABLE CHOPS ,( 6) 266-267.290-291 ACREAGE ,( ) 114 CHANGES BY STATES ,(2) 114-115 DIRECT F I E L D SEEDING ,( ) 142-146 F E R T I L I Z A T I O N ,(2) 116-120 F E R T I L I Z E R PLACEHENT ,( ) 118 F R U I T SETTING ,(2) 137-141 FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS ,( ) 151-152 GROWTA CONTROL TECHNIQUES ,(2) 135-141 HARVESTING HACHINERY ,( ) 149-151, (11) 211-214 I N OLD COTTON BELT ,( ) 21 HOLYBDENUH REQUIREflENP.5 ,( ) 120 NEW V A R I E T I E S (2) 121-127 NITRATE CONCENTRATIONS I N , ( ) - 1 NITROGEN SPRAYS ,( ) 118 PLOY-SOLE FERTILIZATION , ( ) 119 PRODUCTION , ( ) 114-152 I N OLD COTTON BELT ,(9) 21 SODIUM REQUIREtlENTS ,( ) 120 STARTER SOLUTIONS ,( ) 119-120 SULFUR REQUIREHENT ,( ) THINNING ,( ) TRACE ELEMENTS ,(2) 120-121 UTILIZATION OF AETEROSIS ,(2) 128-135 VEGETATION CONTROL ON INDUSTRIAL LANDS I.4 335-327 APPLICATION PRECAUTIONS , ( ) 1 - CHEMICALS USED ,(4)306-320 HIGHWAYS ,( ) 322-323 RAILROADS ,( ) , 3 - S P E C I A L PROBLEMS ,(4) 320-326 U T I L I T Y BIGATS-OF-WAY ,(4) 321-322 VEGETATION,SPECTRAL PROPERTIES ,(27) 277-282 OELVETBEAN (12) VELVET LEAF ,(12) 296 VERATRINE ,( l U ) 2 VERNICULITE ,(3) 121-122,132-13U,lUO-142,152, (4195 (5) 235.266, ( ) 371-372, (15) 127, (16)3UU,350, (18) 229, ( 2 ) , 9 , (23) 150-151, ( ) 3 , (30) EXCHANGE CAPACITY ,(12) 21 I D E N T I F I C A T I O N OF ,(12) 19 O R I G I N O F ,(12) 13-15 STRUCTURE OF ,( 12) 5-7 VERNALIZATION ,(4) 133, (6) 232-23Ut ( ) 205, (16) 32-33, (17) 174-175 (25) 54, ( s ) 306-307 (30) 75 EERPllQllIB 412WUPlTLEB P (23) PEEZLEILLIP4 e ( 12) 16 SE@TIELkLIUA U Q - A U t l e ( ) 29-30 UB'lZGULZYll EAHLIAE I (26) 20 , , , SUBJECT INDEX FOR VOLUMES 1-30 , V E R T I C I L L I U H WILT (11)50,91, (30) 142 V E R T I S O L ,(15)385, (27)173 VETCH ,(2)96,101-102, (U)257, (61278.291, (7)68,292, (8)29-30.45 (9)33 ,(12)45,70,91, (13)154, (14)71,132,133 (15)28, (17)242 ,(21)25 C I C E R H I L K ,(29) 121,128,133 COCIHON ,(29)133 CROWN ,(29) 120-121,133,137 LANA ,(13)399-400 UOOLYPOD ,(29)123 VETCE BRUCHID ,(12)94 V I A B I L I T Y ASSAY ,( ) 91-92 VZCLA ,(26) -V I C I A A H E R I C & E E ,(17)242 V I C I A AHGPQTZEQLIA I (12)85 Z l C U ARTIEolATA # (12)8 USE4 ATRPPL!R_P_OE&A * (12)84, (14)92 XEGrg B l Q X C & p A ,(10)399-400 (12)85 (29) 123 vrc1g ZQ21.ZA ,(12)85 PABA ,(11)363, (12)R5, (14)82, (18)79,86 (19)20-21, (24)347, (26)6, 97, (28) 125 USLA_ B A N Q I P L O R A ,(12) 85 IlSLA EAJAQTAHL ,(2'3)137 Y K U rnZ&_ATRA ,(12)8 V I C I A SATIT4 ,(8)45,(12)94, (29)133 V I C I A SP ,(12) 112, (15) 164 P O L L I N A T I O N ,f12h73.83-85 Eci& - , VIRUS DISEASES (12)386 BARLEY YELLOW DWARF (26)333 COYPEA NOTTLE (26)116 COWPEA YELLOU N O S A I C ,(26)53-54,116 CUCUMBER H O S A I C (26)54,116 GREEN HOTTLE (26)53-54 R O S E T T E ,(26)21,23 S O I L R E T E N T I O N OF (26) 141-146 SOUTHERU BEAN N O S A I C (26)116 SOYBEAN N O S A I C (26)84 TOBACCO N O S A I C (29)47 TOBACCO R I N G S P O T (26)117 V I R U S YELLOW (7)117 WESTERN X - L I T T L E CHERRY (17)305 YELLOW BEAN N O S A I C , (26)54,84 YELLOW N O S A I C (26) 53 VIRUS,UPTAKE OF ,(28) 148-150 V I T A N I N A ,(2)279, (16)230-233 VITAHIN B (16)30 VITANIN C (2)297 V I T A H I N D ,(2) 291,297 , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 153 Advances in AGRONOMY, Volume 32 154 VIreS SP , ( ) 2 VIVIINITE 181 39U VOANDZA ( i )7 I W ! O Z E U ~ ( )9 ~ , PPINQZEIA Z!lBl3BRUB , 126) 10.79.99 VOLATILIZATION (15)303 VOLCANIC A S A (26) 218-219,223,225,233,235-239.247,2U9-251 S O I L ,(17)332,336,338,362 , , WAD ,(16) 329 WALNUT ( 1 ) , (17)313-315,319-321 BLACK a 127) 219.222.237.257 ~ BLIGHT- r i i ) 32i) H U S K PLY ( i ) 320 Z I N C DEFICIENCY I N (9132 PREVENTION O F ( ) 50 AUORPHELLIA (171219 WARFARIN (17) 208 YASP - 1 7 WASl'EiiTEk,LAND TREATNENP (26) 133-176 WATER ,(16)373,(19) 14-16,316-320,(21)2U,(26)201 ( ) 22-23 "ACTIVE" UPTAKE ABSORPTION (11)64,7U A N D HUMIDITY (16) 37-47 AS A PLANT CONSTITUENT ,(1 1) 65-66 APPLICATION EFFICIENCT (11)99-104 AVAILABILITY, CEREAL YIELD ( ) 378-382,38U BEHAVIOR, WATER-SOIL , ( ) 327-370 BOUND (22) 212-215 COMPETITION FOR (15)~-6,18,29,47,77-82,10U-105 CONSERVATION , ( ) , ( ) 165-166 CONSUMPTION, EFFECT OF CROP ,(11) 19-21,105 I N U S (11) 18 CONTENT, 3RGANIC S O I L S ,(17) 128-130 CONTROL (21) 130-135 COST ( 1) 99- 100 DEFICIT, A N D PLANT GROYTH [ 16) 42-U7 CEREAL CROP (27) 1-23 LEAF REFLECTANCE (27) CROP (281 161-217 NITdATk ASSIflILATION ,(28) 86-08 POTENTIAL (28) 166-170 STRESS ,(2B) 22,161-217,309,326 USE EFFICIENCY ( ) 195-202 I N PLANTS, CAUSE , ( 1 ) - EFFECT ON CELLULAR CROUTH ,(11) EFFECT ON YIELD (11)62 MEASUREMENT (11) 65-69 I N THE GREAT PLAINS ,(11) 110 IN THE NETHERLANDS , j i i ) 339 EROSION ,(13)138-164,(1U) 119, (15) 303-316 LOSSES OF CALCIUM , ( i s 312 OF NITROGEN (l5
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