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Aquation test systems for studying the fate of xenobiotic compounds /
Automated Device (AGARS) for Studying Avoidance of Pollutant Gradients by Aquatic Organisms.
Biodegradation of pesticides in sediments
Biological and Abiotic Degradation of Xenobiotic Compounds in Vitro Estaurine Water and Sediment/Water Systems.
Biotic and Abiotic Degradation Rates of Methyl Parathion in Freshwater and Estuarine Water and Sediment Samples.
Comparative acute sensitivity of selected estuarine and marine crustaceans to toxic substances
Comparison of p-Nitrophenol Biodegradation in Field and Laboratory Test Systems.
Development and application of protocols for evaluation of oil spill bioremediation /
Dibutylphthalate Degradation in Estuarine and Freshwater Sites.
Effectiveness and safety of strategies for oil spill bioremediation : potential and limitation, laboratory to field /
Fate of Fenthion in Salt-Marsh Environments: 1. Factors Affecting Biotic and Abiotic Degradation Rates in Water and Sediment.
Fate of Fenthion in Salt-Marsh Environments: 2. Transport and Biodegradation in Microcosms.
Guidelines for biodegradation test methods used to evaluate biodegradability of chemicals in the environment
Interdependent Microcosms for the Assessment of Pollutants in the Marine Environment.
Marine and Estuarine Multi-Species Test Systems.
Metabolism of Fenthion by Aquatic Microbial Communities.
Method for Early Life-Stage Toxicity Tests Using Three Atherinid Fishes and Results with Chlorpyrifos.
New Early Life-Stage Toxicity Test Using the California Grunion (Leuresthes tenuis) and Results with Chlorpyrifos.
Shake-Flask Test for Estimation of Biodegradability of Toxic Organic Substances in the Aquatic Environment.
Workshop : application of microcosms for assessing the risk of microbial biotechnology products /
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