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A Demonstration of beneficial uses of warm water from condensers of electric generating plants /
Adapting woody species and planting techniques to landfill conditions : field and laboratory investigations /
Commercial feasibility of recovering tomato processing residuals for food use /
Effects of Increasing Doses of Sulfur Dioxide and Ambient Ozone on Tomatoes: Plant Growth, Leaf Injury, Elemental Composition, Fruit Yields, and Quality.
Fusicoccin and Air Pollutant Injury to Plants.
Influence of Light on Ozone-Induced 1-Aminocyclopropane-1-Carboxylic Acid and Ethylene Production from Intact Plants.
Methods Development for Assessing Air Pollution Control Benefits. Volume III. A Preliminary Assessment of Air Pollution Damages for Selected Crops Within Southern California.
Photochemical Oxidents in Yonkers, New York: Effects on Yield of Bean and Tomato.
Phytotoxicity of Air Pollutants. Evidence for the Photodetoxification of SO2 but Not O3.
Protection of Tomatoes, Egg Plants, and Peppers: 1979-April 1991. Citations from AGRICOLA Concerning Diseases and Other Environmental Considerations.
Sensitivity of Agricultural Ecological System Models and Implications for Vulnerability to Toxic Chemicals.
Single Laboratory Evaluation of Phytotoxicity Test.
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