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Respiratory toxicity of cedar and pine wood: A review of the biomedical literature from 1986 through 1995

@inproceedings{Johnston1995RespiratoryTO,
  title={Respiratory toxicity of cedar and pine wood: A review of the biomedical literature from 1986 through 1995},
  author={J. Johnston},
  year={1995}
}
Many pet owners, breeders and pet retailers favor wood chips as pet bedding for a variety of reasons. Most wood chips are inexpensive and depending on the wood used, wood chips can provide natural insecticidal, bactericidal or bacteriostatic properties. Such bedding can often kill or inhibit the spread of fleas, mites or other pests, and the resins and other aromatic chemicals emitted by the chips help to control pet odors. With all of these advantages, pet stores often sell prepackaged starter… Expand
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