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Behaviour of pesticides in the environment. Biotic and abiotic degradation

Agrokhimiya (8): 128-134

Behaviour of pesticides in the environment. Biotic and abiotic degradation

This paper was presented at the 6th International Congress on the chemistry of pesticides held on 10-15 Aug. 1986 in Ottawa, Canada.

Accession: 001535566

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