Vera W. Hudson

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C(14), C(15), and C(16) alkyl nitriles, and C(16) and C(18) alkyl acetylenes at 10 to 105 micromolar concentrations promote the growth of stem sections from red-light-exposed seedlings of dwarf peas (Pisum sativum L. cv. Progress No. 9). Similar results were obtained with substances active as insect juvenile hormones, namely farnesol, the racemic ethyl(More)
The Scientific Community, concerned about animal welfare, is sensitive to concerns regarding how and why animals are used in biomedical research and testing to evaluate the toxicological potential of various substances. Although alternatives to methods based on the use of animals may not satisfy all requirements and needs of the biomedical research and(More)
The Interagency Testing Committee was established by the Toxic Substances Control Act in October 1976 and has the statutory responsibility to identify and recommend to the EPA Administrator chemical substances or mixtures that should be given high priority for testing to determine the hazard to human health and to the environment. Under TSCA, testing is the(More)
The Scientific Community, concerned about animal welfare, is sensitive to concerns regarding how and why animals are used in biomedical research and testing to evaluate the toxicological potential of various substances. Although alternatives to methods based on the use of animals may not satisfy all requirements and needs of the biomedical research and(More)
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