By Paul A. Hedin
content material: Plant progress regulators in agriculture and horticulture / Louis G. Nickell --
New chemical methods for keep watch over of biennial bearing of apples / M.W. Williams --
Bioregulator-induced alterations within the composition of sugarcane : results of tops on processing / B.L. Legendre, M.A. Clarke, and M.A. Godshall --
Use of gibberellic acid to lessen citrus fruit susceptibility to fruit flies / P.D. Greany, R.E. McDonald, W.J. Schroeder, P.E. Shaw, M. Aluja, and A. Malavasi --
Bioregulator-induced results at the allelochemicals and agronomic features of cotton / Paul A. Hedin and Jack C. McCarty, Jr. --
Endophytic fungi of Pacific yew (Taxus brevifolia) as a resource of taxol, taxanes, and different pharmacophores / Andrea Stierle, Donald Stierle, Gary Strobel, Gary Bignami, and Paul Grothaus --
results of neem and azadirachtin on aphids and their average enemies / D.T. Lowery and M.B. Isman --
Structural requisites for monoterpenoid task opposed to bugs / Pamela J. Rice and Joel R. Coats --
Characterization of average pesticide from Nicotiana gossei / Ray F. Severson, Orestes T. Chortyk, Michael G. Stephenson, David H. Akey, John W. Neal, Jr., George W. Pittarelli, D. Michael Jackson, and Verne A. Sisson --
New flavone C-glycosides from corn (Zea mays L.) for the keep watch over of the corn earworm (Helicoverpa zea) / Maurice E. Snook, Neil W. Widstrom, Billy R. Wiseman, Richard C. Gueldner, Richard L. Wilson, David S. Himmelsbach, John S. Harwood, and Catherine E. Costello --
Inhibition of phytotoxin (viridiol) biosynthesis within the biocontrol agent Gliocladium virens / R.D. Stipanovic and C.R. Howell --
After discovery : the difficulty of offer ideas within the improvement of normal items / James D. McChesney --
improvement of cost-efficient inhabitants keep watch over of codling moth (Cydia pomonella) via disrupting conversation with semiochemicals / Leslie M. McDonough and Harry G. Davis --
Metabolites of Pseudomonas corrugata that elicit plant safeguard reactions / D.L. Gustine, R.T. Sherwood, F.L. Lukezic, B.G. Moyer, and W.S. Devlin --
Mechanisms of Heliothis virescens resistance to exogenous ecdysteroids / Minli Zhang and Isao Kubo --
Biochemical characterization of auxin shipping protein utilizing phytotropins / S. Brunn, M.V. Subramanian, E. Walters, B. Patel, and J.D. Reagan.
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