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Biological consequences of plant residue decomposition in soil /
Comparative Toxicity of Six Test Chemicals to Lettuce Using Two Root Elongation Test Methods (Journal Version).
Covariate Measurements for Increasing the Precision of Plant Response to O3 and SO2.
Determination of Trace Amounts of Selenium in Corn, Lettuce, Potatoes, Soybeans, and Wheat by Hydride Generation/Condensation and Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry.
Effects of Simulated Acidic Rain on Yields of 'Raphanus sativus', 'Lactuca sativa', 'Triticum aestivum' and 'Medicago sativa'.
Predictive Model for the Accumulation of Cadmium by Container-Grown Plants.
Protection of Leaf Vegetables, January 1979-April 1988: Citations from AGRICOLA Concerning Diseases and Other Environmental Considerations.
Study on the Accumulation of Perchlorate in Young Head Lettuce. Final Report.
Tritium accumulation in lettuce fumigated with elemental tritium /
Uptake of Cadmium from Phosphate Fertilizers by Peas, Radishes, and Lettuce.
Utilization of a Response-Surface Technique in the Study of Plant Responses to Ozone and Sulfur Dioxide Mixtures.
Variation in Elemental Content of Lettuce Grown Under Base-Line Conditions in Five Controlled-Environment Facilities.
Yield Response of Head Lettuce ('Lactuca sativa' L.) to Ozone.
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