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Saprol

National Institutes of Health

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2002
2002
Saprolite is defined as soft, massive, friable, isovolumetrically weathered bedrock that retains the fabric and structure of the… 
1998
1998
Urowryces append i cu 1 atus var append iculatus , the causal agent 0f rust, is a serious pathogen of beans wherever they are… 
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1994
Highly Cited
1994
The side effects of 5 insecticides, 8 fungicides and 6 herbicides on 24 species of beneficial organisms were tested by members of… 
1994
1994
The delayed‐type allergenicity of triforine (Saprol®), 1,4‐bis (2,2,2‐trichloro‐l‐formamidoethyl) piperazine, was studied. In a… 
1993
1993
Approximately 55% of the land in North Carolina is located in the Piedmont and Mountain regions, and over 50% of the people 1… 
1992
1992
  • J. Ptashekas
  • Journal of Environmental Pathology And Toxicology
  • 1992
  • Corpus ID: 45230083
Lithuania's environment is heavily polluted as a result of domestic and transboundary contamination. The main ecological problems… 
1990
1990
  • J. Ptashekas
  • Journal of Environmental Pathology And Toxicology
  • 1990
  • Corpus ID: 26025725
Environmental chemical agents usually affect the human organism in combination rather than alone. The objective of this study was… 
1980
1980
Nine pesticides, Afugan, Atrazine, Benomyl, Captan, Daconil, Melthaumittel, Plantvax, Saprol, and Wepsin were tested for the… 
1979
1979
SummaryThe response of Lactuca sativa, L. serriola and L. saligna to saprol was studied. Spraying the whole plant or part of a… 
1963
1963
Plastic clay deposits underlie peat beds in several swamps on the island of Kauai, Hawaii. These underclays are appreciably…