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Ecotoxicology of Musks

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DIETRICH, Daniel R., Ya-Juin CHOU, 2001. Ecotoxicology of Musks. In: Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products in the Environment : Scientific and Regulatory Issues Nr. 791, pp. 156-167

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