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Absorption and Excretion of Parathion by Spraymen.
Acephate, aldicarb, carbophenothion, DEF, EPN, ethoprop, methyl parathion, and phorate: their acute and chronic toxicity, bioconcentration potential, and persistence as related to marine environments /
Adsorption, movement, and biological degradation of large concentrations of selected pesticides in soils /
Artificial Microbial Ecosystem for Determining Effects and Fate of Toxicants in a Salt-Marsh Environment.
Decay of Parathion Residues on Field-Treated Tobacco, South Carolina-1972 (II).
Determination of the environmental impact of several substitute chemicals in agriculturally affected wetlands /
Development of an in vitro model for screening organophosphates for neurotoxicity (pilot study) /
Dilatation of the Pupils in Parathion Poisoning.
Exposure to Parathion, Effect on General Population and Asthmatics.
Impairment of Antipredator Behavior in 'Palaemonetes pugio' by Exposure to Sublethal Doses of Parathion.
Insecticide persistence in natural seawater as affected by salinity, temperature, and sterility /
Life-Saving Suggestions on Handling Parathion or TEPP or, What can Parathion or TEPP Do to You.
Mechanistic Roles of Soil Humus and Minerals in the Sorption of Nonionic Organic Compounds from Aqueous and Organic Solutions.
Organophosphorus Pesticide Poisonings in Humans: Determination of Residues and Metabolites in Tissues and Urine.
Parathion Residues on Apple and Peach Foliage as Affected by the Presence of the Fungicides, Maneb and Zineb.
Parathion Toxicity in Perinatal Rats Born to Spontaneously Hypertensive Dams.
Parathion Toxicity in Perinatal Rats Exposed in Utero.
Persistence of Methyl and Ethyl Parathion Following Spillage on Concrete Surfaces.
Poisoning by Organic Phosphorus Pesticides Potentiated by Phenothiazine Derivatives.
Potentiation of Phosphorus Insecticides by Phenothiazine Derivatives: Possible Hazard, with Report of a Fatal Case.
Some Problems Related to Cleanup of Parathion-Contaminated Surfaces Following Spillage.
Studies on Fate of Parathion in Rabbits, Using Radioactive Isotope Techniques.
Survey of Insecticide Spray Practices Used in the Fruit Orchards of North Central Washington.
Synthesis of Radioactive Parathion Using S35.
Trend of DDT and Parathion Residues on Apples Grown in Central Washington.
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