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Behaviour of synthetic pyrethroids in objects in the environment






Agrokhimiya (9): 109-131

Behaviour of synthetic pyrethroids in objects in the environment

The behaviour of synthetic pyrethroids in the environment is reviewed with particular reference to those already widely used in agriculture.


Accession: 001535593



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