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Absorption Dynamics of Organic Chemical Transport across Trout Gills as Related to Octanol-Water Partition Coefficient.
Applications of Molecular Connectivity Indexes and Multivariate Analysis in Environmental Chemistry.
Approach for Development of Structure-Biodegradation Relationships of Organic Chemicals.
Aquatic information and retrieval (AQUIRE) database system /
Background Hydrocarbon Residues in Fishes from the Great Lakes and Eastern Montana.
Chlorinated hydrocarbons in the Lake Ontario ecosystem (IFYGL) /
Effects of Aroclor (Trade Name) 1248 and 1260 on the Fathead Minnow ('Pimephales promelas').
Electronic Factor in QSAR: MO-Parameters, Competing Interactions, Reactivity and Toxicity.
Estimating the Acute Toxicity of Narcotic Industrial Chemicals to Fathead Minnows.
Evaluation of Reverse Phase Liquid Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry for Estimation of N-Octanol/Water Partition Coefficients for Organic Chemicals.
Exhaustive Steam-Distillation and Solvent-Extraction Unit for Pesticides and Industrial Chemicals.
Intrinsic Dimensionality of Chemical Structure Space.
Isolation and Identification of Polychlorinated Styrenes in Great Lakes Fish.
Optimal Characterization of Structure for Prediction of Properties.
Organochlorine Chemical Residues in Herring Gulls, Ring-billed Gulls, and Common Terns of Western Lake Superior.
Prediction of Octanol/Water Partition Coefficient (K sub ow) with Algorithmically Derived Variables.
QSAR Approach for Estimating the Aquatic Toxicity of Soft Electrophiles (QSAR for Soft Electrophiles).
QSARs for Photoinduced Toxicity: 1. Acute Lethality of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons to 'Daphnia magna'.
Quantification of Octachlorostyrene and Related Compounds in Great Lakes Fish by Gas Chromatography - Mass Spectrometry.
Rapid Method for Estimating Log P for Organic Chemicals.
Relationships between Descriptors for Hydrophobicity and Soft Electrophilicity in Predicting Toxicity.
Residues of PCB's and DDT in the Western Lake Superior Ecosystem.
Rules for distinguishing toxicants that cause type (I) and type (II) narcosis syndromes /
SMILES, a line notation and computerized interpreter for chemical structures /
Solubility Properties in Polymers and Biological Media. 7. An Analysis of Toxicant Properties That Influence Inhibition of Bioluminescence in 'Photobacterium phosphoreum' (The Microtox Test).
Structural Features Associated with Degradable and Persistent Chemicals.
Structure-Activity Relationships for Screening Organic Chemicals for Potential Ecotoxicity Effects.
Structure-Toxicity Relationships for alpha, beta-Unsaturated Alcohols in Fish.
Structure-Toxicity Relationships for the Fathead Minnow, 'Pimephales promelas': Narcotic Industrial Chemicals.
Theoretical and Computational Approach to Chemical Evaluation Based on Structure-Activity Relationships.
Toxicity and Bioaccumulation of Hexachlorocyclopentadiene, Hexachloronorbornadiene and Heptachloronorbornene in Larval and Early Juvenile Fathead Minnows, 'Pimephales promelas'.
Toxicity of Acetylenic Alcohols to the Fathead Minnow, 'Pimephales promelas': Narcosis and Proelectrophile Activation.
Use of aquatic lethality tests to estimate safe toxicant concentrations for initial ecolological risk assessments /
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