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Effect of (Confidential) Growth of the Aquatic Plant (Myriophyllum Aquaticum).
Organotin Toxicity Studies Conducted with Selected Marine Organisms at EPA's Environmental Research Laboratory, Gulf Breeze, Florida.
Preliminary Results of an Aquatic Plant Study with Halogenated Pyridine Derivative.
Preliminary Results of an Aquatic Plant with Halogenated Pyridine Derivative.
Results of a Growth Inhibition Test on the Freshwater Aquatic Plant Lemna Gibba. (Confidential).
Results of a Toxicity Study in the Freshwater Dipteran Insect Chironomus Riparius and the Aquatic Plant Lemna Gibba.
Results of a Toxicity Study on the Growth of the Aquatic Plant Duckweed, with Epoxide Substituted (Star 2), Nitrogen Containing Heterocycle Substituted (Star 2).
Results of a Toxicity Study on the Growth of the Aquatic Plant Lemna gibba and Substituted Nitrogen Containing Heterocycle (Star 2).
Results of the Effect on the Growth of an Aquatic Plant. (Confidential).
Results of the Effects of BAS 479 (Metazachlor), 2-Chloro-N-(Pyrazol- 1-Ylmethyl)Acet-2',6'-Xylidide, on the Growth of theAquatic Plant Glyceria Maxima.
Technical report on the environmental impacts and research review of the Aquatic Plant Control Program, Texas, Louisiana, Florida and related areas /
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