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    1. Petty, DG; Skogerboe, JG; Getsinger, KD; Foster, DR; Houtman, BA; Fairchild, JF; Anderson, LW
      The aquatic fate of triclopyr in whole-pond treatments

      PEST MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
    2. Sanchez, FG; Diaz, AN; Diaz, AFG; Lovillo, J
      Antibody production and development of a polarization fluoroimmunoassay for the herbicide triclopyr

      ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA
    3. Streat, M; Horner, DJ
      Adsorption of highly soluble herbicides from water using activated carbon and hypercrosslinked polymers

      PROCESS SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
    4. Beasley, HL; Pasha, A; Guihot, SL; Skerritt, JH
      An enzyme immunoassay for the organochlorine insecticide hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH), through conversion to trichlorophenols

      FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL IMMUNOLOGY
    5. Huang, JZ; Campbell, RA; Studens, JA; Fleming, RA
      Absorption and translocation of triclopyr ester in Populus tremuloides

      WEED SCIENCE
    6. Mislevy, P; Mullahey, JJ; Martin, FG
      Preherbicide mowing and herbicide rate on tropical soda apple (Solanum viarum) control

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    7. Michael, JL; Webber, EC; Bayne, DR; Fischer, JB; Gibbs, HL; Seesock, WC
      Hexazinone dissipation in forest ecosystems and impacts on aquatic communities

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    8. Lave, T; Portmann, R; Schenker, G; Gianni, A; Guenzi, A; Girometta, MA; Schmitt, M
      Interspecies pharmacokinetic comparisons and allometric scaling of napsagatran, a low molecular weight thrombin inhibitor

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    9. Shackelford, DD; Young, DL; Mihaliak, CA; Shurdut, BA; Itak, JA
      Practical immunochemical method for determination of 3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridinol in human urine: Applications and considerations for exposure assessment

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    10. Gonzalez-Martinez, MA; Puchades, R; Maquieira, A; Manclus, JJ; Montoya, A
      Automated immunosensing system for 3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridinol - Application to surface water samples

      ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA
    11. POULIOS I; KOSITZI M; KOURAS A
      PHOTOCATALYTIC DECOMPOSITION OF TRICLOPYR OVER AQUEOUS SEMICONDUCTOR SUSPENSIONS

      Journal of photochemistry and photobiology. A, Chemistry
    12. JORDAN DL; SANDERS DE; LINSCOMBE SD; WILLIAMS BJ
      RESPONSE OF 4 RICE (ORYZA-SATIVA) CULTIVARS TO TRICLOPYR

      Weed technology
    13. DUNCAN KW; MCDANIEL KC
      SALTCEDAR (TAMARIX SPP.) MANAGEMENT WITH IMAZAPYR

      Weed technology
    14. FENG YC; MINARD RD; BOLLAG JM
      PHOTOLYTIC AND MICROBIAL-DEGRADATION OF 3.5.6-TRICHLORO-2-PYRIDINOL

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    15. MORRE DJ; MORRE JT; LAWRENCE J; MOINI M
      ACTIVITY OF TRICLOPYR HERBICIDE ENHANCED BY COMBINATION WITH COBALT CHLORIDE OR AMMONIUM-NITRATE

      Journal of plant growth regulation
    16. BOVEY RW; PACE PF; CRALLE HT
      EFFECT OF HAND DEFOLIATION ON HERBICIDE EFFICACY IN HONEY MESQUITE

      Journal of range management
    17. AKANDA RU; MULLAHEY JJ; DOWLER CC; SHILLING DG
      INFLUENCE OF POSTEMERGENCE HERBICIDES ON TROPICAL SODA APPLE (SOLANUM-VIARUM) AND BAHIAGRASS (PASPALUM-NOTATUM)

      Weed technology
    18. SANKULA S; BRAVERMAN MP; LINSCOMBE SD
      GLUFOSINATE-RESISTANT, BAR-TRANSFORMED RICE (ORYZA-SATIVA) AND RED RICE (ORYZA-SATIVA) RESPONSE TO GLUFOSINATE ALONE AND IN MIXTURES

      Weed technology
    19. CUDNEY DW; ELMORE CL; GIBEAULT VA; REINTS JS
      COMMON BERMUDAGRASS (CYNODON-DACTYLON) MANAGEMENT IN COOL-SEASON TURFGRASS

      Weed technology
    20. RAYACHHETRY MB; ELLIOTT ML
      EVALUATION OF FUNGUS-CHEMICAL COMPATIBILITY FOR MELALEUCA (MELALEUCA-QUINQUENERVIA) CONTROL

      Weed technology
    21. FENG YC; RACKE KD; BOLLAG JM
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A CHLORINATED-PYRIDINOL-DEGRADING BACTERIUM

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    22. WAHLERS RL; BURTON JD; MANESS EP; SKROCH WA
      PHYSIOLOGICAL-CHARACTERISTICS OF A STEM CUT AND BLADE DELIVERY METHODOF APPLICATION

      Weed science
    23. WAHLERS RL; BURTON JD; MANESS EP; SKROCH WA
      A STEM CUT AND BLADE DELIVERY METHOD OF HERBICIDE APPLICATION FOR WEED-CONTROL

      Weed science
    24. NOLTE KR; FULBRIGHT TE
      PLANT, SMALL MAMMAL, AND AVIAN DIVERSITY FOLLOWING CONTROL OF HONEY MESQUITE

      Journal of range management
    25. BRANHAM BE; LICKFELDT DW
      EFFECT OF PESTICIDE-TREATED GRASS CLIPPINGS USED AS A MULCH ON ORNAMENTAL PLANTS

      HortScience
    26. LAUTENSCHLAGER RA; BELL FW; WAGNER RG; WINTERS JA
      THE FALLINGSNOW ECOSYSTEM PROJECT - COMPARING CONIFER RELEASE ALTERNATIVES IN NORTHWESTERN ONTARIO

      Forestry Chronicle
    27. BELL FW; RIDE KR; STAMOUR ML; RYANS M
      PRODUCTIVITY, COST, EFFICACY AND COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF MOTOR-MANUAL, MECHANICAL, AND HERBICIDE RELEASE OF BOREAL SPRUCE PLANTATIONS

      Forestry Chronicle
    28. THOMPSON DG; PITT DG; STAZNIK B; PAYNE NJ; JAIPERSAID D; LAUTENSCHLAGER RA; BELL FW
      ON-TARGET DEPOSIT AND VERTICAL-DISTRIBUTION OF AERIALLY RELEASED HERBICIDES

      Forestry Chronicle
    29. BELL FW; LAUTENSCHLAGER RA; WAGNER RG; PITT DG; HAWKINS JW; RIDE KR
      MOTOR-MANUAL, MECHANICAL, AND HERBICIDE RELEASE AFFECT EARLY SUCCESSIONAL VEGETATION IN NORTHWESTERN ONTARIO

      Forestry Chronicle
    30. SIMPSON JA; GORDON AM; REYNOLDS PE; LAUTENSCHLAGER RA; BELL FW; GRESCH D; BUCKLEY D
      INFLUENCE OF ALTERNATIVE CONIFER RELEASE TREATMENTS ON SOIL NUTRIENT MOVEMENT

      Forestry Chronicle
    31. REYNOLDS PE; BELL FW; SIMPSON JA; GORDON AM; LAUTENSCHLAGER RA; GRESCH DA; BUCKLEY DA
      ALTERNATIVE CONIFER RELEASE TREATMENTS AFFECT LEAF-AREA INDEX OF COMPETING VEGETATION AND AVAILABLE LIGHT FOR SEEDLING GROWTH

      Forestry Chronicle
    32. LAUTENSCHLAGER RA; BELL FW; WAGNER RG
      ALTERNATIVE CONIFER RELEASE TREATMENTS AFFECT SMALL MAMMALS IN NORTHWESTERN ONTARIO

      Forestry Chronicle
    33. WOODCOCK J; LAUTENSCHLAGER RA; BELL FW; RYDER JP
      INDIRECT EFFECTS OF CONIFER RELEASE ALTERNATIVES ON SONGBIRD POPULATIONS IN NORTHWESTERN ONTARIO

      Forestry Chronicle
    34. MCCARTY LB; COLVIN DL; HIGGINS JM
      HIGHBUSH BLACKBERRY (RUBUS-ARGUTUS) CONTROL IN BAHIAGRASS (PASPALUM-NOTATUM)

      Weed technology
    35. GARDNER SC; GRUE CE
      EFFECTS OF RODEO(R) AND GARLON(R) 3A ON NONTARGET WETLAND SPECIES IN CENTRAL WASHINGTON

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    36. GABOR TS; HAAGSMA T; MURKIN HR
      WETLAND PLANT-RESPONSES TO VARYING DEGREES OF PURPLE LOOSESTRIFE REMOVAL IN SOUTHEASTERN ONTARIO, CANADA

      Wetlands
    37. MCMURRY ST; LOCHMILLER RL; BOGGS JF; LESLIE DM; ENGLE DM
      DEMOGRAPHY AND CONDITION OF POPULATIONS OF WHITE-FOOTED MICE (PEROMYSCUS-LEUCOPUS) IN LATE AND EARLY SUCCESSIONAL HABITATS

      Journal of mammalogy
    38. MANCLUS JJ; MONTOYA A
      DEVELOPMENT OF AN ENZYME-LINKED-IMMUNOSORBENT-ASSAY FOR 3,5,6-TRICHLORO-2-PYRIDINOL .2. ASSAY OPTIMIZATION AND APPLICATION TO ENVIRONMENTALWATER SAMPLES

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    39. HATTERMANVALENTI H; OWEN MDK; CHRISTIANS NE
      COMPARISON OF SPRAY DRIFT DURING POSTEMERGENCE HERBICIDE APPLICATIONSTO TURFGRASS

      Weed technology
    40. REGEHR DL; ELBRAHLI A
      WILD JUJUBE (ZIZIPHUS-LOTUS) CONTROL IN MOROCCO

      Weed technology
    41. KREUTZWEISER DP; CAPELL SS; SOUSA BC
      HEXAZINONE EFFECTS ON STREAM PERIPHYTON AND INVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    42. THOMPSON DG; KREUTZWEISER DP; CAPELL SS; THOMAS DR; STAZNIK B; VIINIKKA T
      FATE AND EFFECTS, OF TRICLOPYR ESTER IN A FIRST-ORDER FOREST STREAM

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    43. JOHNSON WG; LAVY TL; GBUR EE
      SORPTION, MOBILITY AND DEGRADATION OF TRICLOPYR AND 2,4-D ON 4 SOILS

      Weed science
    44. MALONEY RF
      EFFECT OF THE HERBICIDE TRICLOPYR ON THE ABUNDANCE AND SPECIES COMPOSITION OF BENTHIC AQUATIC MACROINVERTEBRATES IN THE AHURIRI RIVER, NEW-ZEALAND

      New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research
    45. MACDONALD GE; BRECKE BJ; COLVIN DL; SHILLING DG
      CHEMICAL AND MECHANICAL CONTROL OF DOGFENNEL (EUPATORIUM-CAPILLIFOLIUM)

      Weed technology
    46. PEAT HC; BOWES GG
      MANAGEMENT OF FRINGED SAGEBRUSH (ARTEMISIA-FRIGIDA) IN SASKATCHEWAN

      Weed technology
    47. BERRILL M; BERTRAM S; MCGILLIVRAY L; KOLOHON M; PAULI B
      EFFECTS OF LOW CONCENTRATIONS OF FOREST-USE PESTICIDES ON FROG EMBRYOS AND TADPOLES

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    48. LOBAUGH S; FARROW F; FENG XH; OGRAM A
      THE EFFECTS OF TRICLOPYR ON 2,4-D MINERALIZATION IN 2 SOILS

      Journal of environmental science and health. Part B. Pesticides, food contaminants, and agricultural wastes
    49. HOLMES SB; THOMPSON DG; WAINIOKEIZER KL; CAPELL SS; STAZNIK B
      EFFECTS OF LETHAL AND SUBLETHAL CONCENTRATIONS OF THE HERBICIDE, TRICLOPYR BUTOXYETHYL ESTER, IN THE DIET OF ZEBRA FINCHES

      Journal of wildlife diseases
    50. THOMPSON DG; PITT DG; BUSCARINI T; STAZNIK B; THOMAS DR; KETTELA EG
      INITIAL DEPOSITS AND PERSISTENCE OF FOREST HERBICIDE RESIDUES IN SUGAR MAPLE (ACER-SACCHARUM) FOLIAGE

      Canadian journal of forest research
    51. MACDONALD RL; SWANTON CJ; HALL JC
      BASIS FOR THE SELECTIVE ACTION OF FLUROXYPYR

      Weed Research
    52. ELEFTHEROHORINOS IG; BELL CE; KOTOULASYKA E
      SILVERLEAF NIGHTSHADE (SOLANUM-ELAEAGNIFOLIUM) CONTROL WITH FOLIAR HERBICIDES

      Weed technology
    53. WESTERMAN RB; MURRAY DS; CASTNER EP
      HOGPOTATO (HOFFMANSEGGIA-GLAUCA) CONTROL WITH HERBICIDES AND ROTATIONAL CROP RESPONSE

      Weed technology
    54. MULLAHEY JJ; CORNELL JA; COLVIN DL
      TROPICAL SODA APPLE (SOLANUM-VIARUM) CONTROL

      Weed technology
    55. LAMBERT SD; GRAHAM NJD; CROLL BT
      OZONE DEGRADATION OF SELECTED NONAGRICULTURAL HERBICIDES

      Ozone: science & engineering
    56. ORFANEDES MS; WAX LM; LIEBL RA
      ABSENCE OF A ROLE FOR ABSORPTION, TRANSLOCATION, AND METABOLISM IN DIFFERENTIAL SENSITIVITY OF HEMP DOGBANE (APOCYNUM-CANNABINUM) TO 2 PYRIDINE HERBICIDES

      Weed science


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