Bendt Jensen

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Two animal slurries either labelled with 15N in the urine or in the faeces fraction, were produced by feeding a sheep with unlabelled and 15N-labelled hay and collecting faeces and urine separately. The slurries were applied (12 g total N -2) to a coarse sand and a sandy loam soil confined in lysimeters and growing spring barley (Hordeum vulgare L).(More)
Quantitative relationships between the structure and pharmacokinetic parameters of several compounds have been derived using the molecular connectivity approach. The correlation coefficients of equations obtained using the Chi indices (chi) as predictor parameters were compared favorably with those obtained by the linear free energy approach, where(More)
The fate of an experimental oil pollution of intertidal sediments in a sheltered beach of North Brittany (France) has been investigated over a 16-month period. Chemical treatments were applied to two of the three contaminated plots by pre-mixing oil respectively with dispersant and biodegrading agents. The physico-chemical and bacteriological(More)
In a recent joint European research project "Biomonitoring of human populations exposed to genotoxic environmental chemicals: biomonitoring of styrene exposed individuals", a logbook method for assessment of long-term styrene exposure was applied in two Danish factories manufacturing glass fibre-reinforced polyester. The method was based on work process(More)
Measurement of oxygen tensions by transcutaneous probes is complicated by the so-called stirring effect due to the existence of an oxygen diffusion gradient in the skin adjacent to the probe. The stirring effect is usually minimised by heating the transcutaneous probe to about 44°C. The elevated temperature does, however, increase the risk of skin burns and(More)
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