By Kenneth D. Racke, Joel R. Coats
content material: insecticides within the soil microbial atmosphere / Kenneth D. Racke --
results of long term phenoxyalkanoic acid herbicide box purposes at the price of microbial degradation / Allan E. Smith and man P. Lafond --
more desirable carbamothioate herbicide degradation : learn in Nebraska / Fred W. Roeth, Robert G. Wilson, Alex R. Martin, and Patrick J. Shea --
more advantageous biodegradation of carbamothioate herbicides in South Carolina / Horace D. Skipper --
greater biodegradation of dicarboximide fungicides in soil / Allan Walker and Sarah J. Welch --
more desirable biodegradation of pesticides in Midwestern corn soils / Kenneth D. Racke and Joel R. Coats --
improved degradation of pesticides in soil : components influencing the advance and results of greater microbial job / R.A. Chapman and C.R. Harris --
stronger degradation of S-ethyl N, N-dipropylcarbamothioate in soil and through an remoted soil microorganism / W.A. Dick, R.O. Ankumah, G. McClung, and N. Abou-Assaf --
The position of fungi and micro organism within the more suitable degradation of the fungicide carbendazim and the herbicide diphenamid / N. Aharonson, J. Katan, E. Avidov, and O. Yarden --
impression of pesticide metabolites at the improvement of stronger biodegradation / L. Somasundaram and Joel R. Coats --
Molecular genetics of pesticide degradation through soil micro organism / Jeffrey S. Karns --
reaction of microbial populations to carbofuran in soils more advantageous for its degradation / R.F. Turco and A.E. Konopka --
model of microorganisms in subsurface environments : importance to pesticide degradation / Thomas B. Moorman --
Microbial edition in aquatic ecosystems / J.C. Spain --
overview of a few tools for dealing with superior biodegradation of soil pesticides / A.S. Felsot and J.J. Tollefson --
platforms permitting endured use of carbamothioate herbicides regardless of improved biodegradation / Robert G. Harvey --
Cultural practices and chemical compounds that impact the patience of carbamothioate herbicides in soil / Dirk C. Drost, James E. Rodebush, and Joanna okay. Hsu --
Spectrophotometric methodologies for predicting and learning better degradation / Joseph P. Reed, Robert J. Kremer, and Armon J. Keaster --
bettering biodegradation for cleansing of herbicide waste in soil / A.S. Felsot and E.K. Dzantor --
Implications of superior biodegradation for the use and learn of insecticides within the soil atmosphere / Kenneth D. Racke --
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