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Bioactive phenols in algae: the application of pressurized-liquid and solid-phase extraction techniques.
A new extraction technique based on the off-line combination of pressurized-liquid with solid-phase extraction (PLE-SPE) is described. The method was used for the extraction of bioactive phenolicExpand
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Proteome Analysis in Arabidopsis Reveals Shoot- and Root-Specific Targets of Cytokinin Action and Differential Regulation of Hormonal Homeostasis1[W][OA]
Summary: The plant hormone cytokinin regulates the Arabidopsis proteome in a shoot- and root-specific way, and the cytokinin-mediated tissue-specific modulation of hormonal metabolism is an intrinsicExpand
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The variability of standard artificial soils: effects on the survival and reproduction of springtail (Folsomia candida) and potworm (Enchytraeus crypticus).
Recent studies have documented significant variability in the basic properties of artificial soil which is used as a standard medium in soil bioassays. Variability in key soil properties couldExpand
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Comparison of approaches towards ecotoxicity evaluation for the application of dredged sediment on soil
PurposeThe toxicity of 36 dredged sediments from the Czech Republic was investigated using a large battery of bioassays. The aim of this study was to investigate the feasibility of ecotoxicityExpand
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Nanoformulations can significantly affect pesticide degradation and uptake by earthworms and plants
Environmental context Nanopesticides are increasingly being developed for agricultural use, but knowledge concerning their environmental fate and effects is limited. This microcosm study brings newExpand
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Supportive environments for physical activity, community action, and policy in 8 European Union Member States: comparative analysis and specificities of context.
BACKGROUND A multilevel theoretical framework of physical activity (PA) promotion that addresses supportive environments, PA behavior, community action, and PA promoting policies is related toExpand
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Currently and recently used pesticides in Central European arable soils.
Although large amounts of pesticides are used annually and a majority enters the soil to form short- or long-term residues, extensive soil surveys for currently used pesticides (CUPs) are scarce. ToExpand
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Ecological risk assessment of pesticide residues in arable soils of the Czech Republic.
Currently used pesticides (CUPs) represent one of the largest intentional inputs of potentially hazardous compounds into agricultural soils. Subsequently, pesticide residues (PRs) and theirExpand
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Pesticide residues remaining in soils from previous growing season(s) - Can they accumulate in non-target organisms and contaminate the food web?
Abstract Epoxiconazole, tebuconazole, flusilazole, prochloraz, pendimethalin, and the atrazine transformation product (2-hydroxyatrazine) have been found in Czech arable soils at high detectionExpand
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Ecotoxicity of arsenic contaminated sludge after mixing with soils and addition into composting and vermicomposting processes.
Sludge coming from remediation of groundwater contaminated by industry is usually managed as hazardous waste despite it might be considered for further processing as a source of nutrients. TheExpand
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