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Bioconcentration of Toxaphene by Microorganisms.
Correlation of Microbial Degradation Rates with Chemical Structure.
Dynamic behavior of vinyl chloride in aquatic ecosystems /
Effects of Phenol Molecular Structure on Bacterial Transformation Rate Constants in Pond and River Samples.
Effects of Sediment Sorption on Microbial Degradation of Toxic Substances.
Methoxychlor and DDT Degradation in Water: Rates and Products.
Microbial Bioconcentration of Organic Pollutants from Aquatic Systems - A Critical Review.
Microbial degradation and accumulation of pesticides in aquatic systems /
Microbial Transformation Kinetics of Organic Compounds.
Quantitative Expression of Biotransformation Rate.
Role of Physico-Chemical Properties of Aroclors 1016 and 1242 in Determining Their Fate and Transport in Aquatic Environments.
Second-Order Model to Predict Microbial Degradation of Organic Compounds in Natural Waters.
The interrelation of carbon & phosphorus in regulating heterotrophic and autotrophic populations in aquatic ecosystems
The interrelation of carbon and phosphorous in regulating heterotrophic and autotrophic populations in aquatic ecosystems
Use of Structure-Reactivity Relationships to Estimate Hydrolytic Persistence of Carbamate Pesticides.
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