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Development of Apical Pits in Chloride Cells of the Gills of 'Pimephales promelas' After Chronic Exposureto Acid Water.
Efficiency optimization control of AC induction motors : initial laboratory results /
Environmental Acidification Impact Detection by Examination of Mature Fish Ovaries.
Experimental acidification of Little Rock Lake (Wisconsin) : fish research approach and early responses /
Field and Laboratory Investigation of Acid Effects on Largemouth Bass, Rock Bass, Black Crappie, and Yellow Perch.
Fish Blood Osmolality, Gill Histology and Oocyte Atresia as Early Warning Acid Stress Indicators.
Improving emissions estimates with computational intelligence, database expansion, and comprehensive validation : project summary.
Improving Emissions Estimates with Computational Intelligence, Database Expansion, and Comprehensive Validation.
Methods for Improving Emissions Estimates.
Nonindustrial sources of potentially toxic substances and their applicability to source apportionment methods /
Oocyte Atresia and Reproductive Success in Fathead Minnows ('Pimephales promelas') Exposed to Acidified Hardwater Environments.
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