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Annual Report Water Resources Research in Virginia under Public Law 88-379 Fiscal Year 1970.
Chemistry and Mode of Action of Insecticides. Phase 2.
Dichlorvos (DDVP) decision document.
Growth and Dissipation of Pesticide Oxons.
Human Subject Experiments to Estimate Reentry Periods for Monocrotophos-Treated Tobacco.
Hydrogeology of Solid Waste Disposal Sites in Madison, Wisconsin.
Influence of Age on the Relative Sensitivity of 'Hyalella azteca' to Diazinon, Alkylphenol Ethoxylates, Copper, Cadmium, and Zinc.
Methods for aquatic toxicity identification evaluations. Toxicity confirmation procedures / Pase III.
Organophosphorus poisons : anticholinesterases and related compounds /
Pesticide fact sheet number 96.1 : Diazinon.
Pesticide movement from cropland into Lake Erie /
Registration standard for the reregistration of pesticide products containing diazinon  as the active ingredient.
Relationship of Neuropathy Target Esterase Inhibition to Neuropathology and Ataxia in Hens Given Organophosphorus Esters.
Response of Thermal Stressed Bobwhite to Organophosphorus Exposure.
The manufacture and use of selected aryl and alkyl aryl phosphate esters.
Triphenyl Phosphite Neuropathy Differs from Organophosphorus-Induced Delayed Neuropathy in Rats.
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