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Phosphate and soil binding: factors limiting bacterial degradation of ionic phosphorus-containing pesticide metabolites

Phosphate and soil binding: factors limiting bacterial degradation of ionic phosphorus-containing pesticide metabolites

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DAUGHTON, Christian G., Alasdair M. COOK, Martin ALEXANDER, 1979. Phosphate and soil binding: factors limiting bacterial degradation of ionic phosphorus-containing pesticide metabolites. In: Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 37(3), pp. 605-609

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