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Biological consequences of plant residue decomposition in soil /
Catalase and Superoxide Dismutase of Root-Colonizing Saprophytic Fluorescent Pseudomonads.
Combined Effect of Sulfur Dioxide and Ozone on Bean and Tobacco Plants.
Ecological effects of aerosol drift from a saltwater cooling system /
Effect of land disposal applications of municipal wastes on crop yields and heavy metal uptake /
Effect of Phenotypic Plasticity on Epiphytic Survival and Colonization by 'Pseudomonas syringae'.
Effects of Air Pollutants on Plant Productivity.
Effects of Simulated Acidic Rain Applied Alone and in Combination with Ambient Rain on Growth and Yield of Field-Grown Snap Bean.
Influence of growth regulators on pesticide uptake /
Influence of Mist Irrigation on Growth, Yields, and Quality of Potatoes and Snap Beans.
Influence of Ozone Exposure Dynamics on the Growth and Yield of Kidney Bean (Journal Version).
Influence of Peroxyacetyl Nitrate (PAN) on Water Stress in Bean Plants.
Influence of Root Colonizing Bacteria on the Defense Responses of Bean.
Photochemical Oxidents in Yonkers, New York: Effects on Yield of Bean and Tomato.
Physiological and Biochemical Responses of Plants to Different Internal Water Potentials.
Plant Water Status Influences Ozone Sensitivity of Bean Plants.
Semipermeable Membrane System for Subjecting Plants to Water Stress.
The effects of oxidant air pollutants on soybeans, snap beans and potatoes /
Water Stress Reduces Ozone Injury via a Stomatal Mechanism.
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