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Background Information for Establishment of National Standards of Performance for New Sources. Castor Bean Processing.
Cadmium-Induced Ethylene Production in Bean Plants.
Composted municipal refuse as a soil amendment /
Composted Municipal Refuse as a Soil Amendment.
Evaluation of Methods for Sampling, Recovery, and Enumeration of Bacteria Applied to the Phylloplane.
Health aspects of castor bean dust; review and bibliography
Impact of O3 on Leaf Construction Cost and Carbon Isotope Discrimination.
Impact of Ozone on Agriculture and Its Consequences.
Increased 8-Hydroxyguanine Content of Chloroplast DNA from Ozone-Treated Plants.
Ozone Alters the Concentrations of Nutrients in Bean Tissue.
Physiological and Biochemical Responses of Bush Bean ('Phaseolus vulgaris') to Ozone and Drought Stress.
Potential Usefulness of Antitranspirants for Increasing Water Use Efficiency in Plants. II. Applied Investigations with Antitranspirants.
Protection of beans, peas and lentils, 1979-April 1990 : citations from AGRICOLA concerning diseases and other environmental considerations /
Response of Tall Fescue, Bush Bean, and Maize to Chrome Tannery Sludge in Soils.
Uptake of Bacteriophage f2 through Plant Roots.
Vibratory spiral blancher-cooler /
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