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Publisher: Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, John
Hutson, D. H., Roberts, T. R.
Vol. 2. Photochemical Reactions of the Synthetic Pyrethroids (L. Ruzo). The Potential of Stable Isotopes in Pesticide Metabolism Studies (P. Hendley). Sugar Conjugates of Pesticides and their Metabolites in Plants-Current Status (V. Edwards et al.). Biochemical Mechanisms of Amino Acid Conjugation of Xenobiotics (K. Huckle and P. Millburn). Formation of Lipophilic Conjugates of Pesticides and other Xenobiotic Compounds (D. Hutson). The Effect of Conjugation on the Biological Activity of Foreign Compounds in Animals (G. Paulson). Index.Hutson, D. H. is the author of 'Progress in Pesticide Biochemistry and Toxicology, Vol. 2 - D. H. Hutson - Hardcover' with ISBN 9780471101185 and ISBN 0471101184.
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