By Rhoda G. M. Wang, Claire A. Franklin, Richard C. Honeycutt, and Joseph C. Reinert (Eds.)
content material: organic tracking for pesticide dose choice : old views, present practices, and new ways / H.N. Nigg and J.H. Stamper --
how one can lessen applicator publicity to insecticides / J.E. Cowell, S. Dubelman, A.J. Klein, and ok. Ohta --
Estimating publicity to insecticides in epidemiological stories of melanoma / Aaron Blair, Shelia Hoar Zahm, Kenneth P. Cantor, and Patricia A. Stewart --
review of box employee publicity to chlordimeform through the use of urine tracking / ok. Balu --
handy box sampling technique for tracking unstable compounds in exhaled breath / Michael S. Morgan, Gary S. Phillips, and Eileen M. Kirkpatrick --
Validation of environmental tracking by way of organic tracking : fluorescent tracer process and patch procedure / Richard A. Fenske --
organic markers to review publicity in animals and bioavailability of environmental contaminants / L.R. Shugart, S.M. Adams, B.D. Jiminez, S.S. Talmage, and J.F. McCarthy --
Use of urine for tracking human publicity to genotoxic brokers / Richard H.C. San, Miriam P. Rosin, Raymond H. See, Bruce P. Dunn, and Hans F. Stich --
Neuropathy aim esterase in blood lymphocytes : tracking the interplay of organophosphates with a chief goal / Marcello Lotti --
Percutaneous absorption and inherent toxicity / Ronald C. Wester and Howard I. Maibach --
Dinocap dermal absorption in girl rabbits and rhesus monkeys : implications for people / Stephen L. Longacre, Laura J. DiDonato, Ronald C. Wester, Howard I. Maibach, Susan S. harm, and Richard D. Costlow --
Percutaneous absorption in rhesus monkeys and estimation of human chemical publicity / Ronald C. Wester, James McMaster, Daniel A.W. greenbacks, Eugene M. Bellet, and Howard I. Maibach --
Percutaneous absorption : in vitro procedure as a substitute to in vivo checks / R.C. Scott --
Dermal absorption and pharmacokinetics of insecticides in rats / P.V. Shah, H.L. Fisher, M.R. Sumler, and L.L. corridor --
organic tracking suggestions for people uncovered to insecticides : use, improvement, and suggested refinements / T.L. Lavy and J.D. Mattice --
New ways to research of organophosphate metabolites within the urine of box employees / C.P. Weisskopf and J.N. Seiber --
Pilot research for organic tracking of 1,3-dichloropropene / John D. Osterloh, Rhoda Wang, Linda O'Connell, Peyton Jacob, III, and Keith T. Maddy --
decision of chlordimeform residues as 4-chloro-o-toluidine in human urine utilizing high-performance liquid chromatography / M.W. Cheung, R.A. Kahrs, W.B. Nixon, J.A. Ross, and B.G. Tweedy --
organic tracking expertise for size of applicator publicity / S. Dubelman and J.E. Cowell --
Quantitative selection of haloxyfop in human urine through gasoline chromatography-mass spectrometry / R.A. Campbell, P.E. Kastl, B.E. Kropscott, and M.J. Bartels --
Enzyme immunoassay for aldicarb / James F. Brady, James R. Fleeker, Richard A. Wilson, and Ralph O. Mumma --
Mixer-loader-applicator publicity and percutaneous absorption experiences concerning EPTC herbicide : security relating to publicity / James B. Knaak, M.A. Al-Bayati, O.G. Raabe, J.L. Wiedmann, J.W. Pensyl, J.H. Ross, A.P. Leber, and P. Jones --
Assessing probability for people at the foundation of animal toxicology information : use of dermal absorption information for animal stories / E.J. Hixon --
Insecticide absorption from indoor surfaces : probability evaluate and regulatory standards / Peter E. Berteau, James B. Knaak, Donald C. Mengle, and Jay B. Schreider --
The Environmental defense Agency's use of organic tracking information for the precise assessment of alachlor / Curt Lunchick, Gary Burin, Joseph C. Reinert, and Karen E. Warkentien --
Use of organic tracking info from pesticide clients in making pesticide regulatory judgements in California : research of captan publicity of strawberry pickers / Keith T. Maddy, R.I. Krieger, Linda O'Connell, M. Bisbiglia, and S. Margetich --
Use of organic tracking within the regulatory strategy / Leonard Ritter and Claire A. Franklin --
nationwide agricultural chemical substances organization evaluation on evaluation of mixer-loader-applicator publicity to insecticides : organic tracking / Richard C. Honeycutt.
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