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Insect toxicological studies of maleic hydrazide translocated in the potato plant

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Contribution No. 78 Analytical Chemistry Research Service, and No. 546 Plant Research Institute

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Yule, W.N., Hoffman, I. & Parups, E.V. Insect toxicological studies of maleic hydrazide translocated in the potato plant. Bull Environ Contam Toxicol 1, 251–256 (1966). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01684067

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Keywords

  • Potato Plant
  • Pyridazinedione
  • Maleic Hydrazide
  • Maleic Hydrazide
  • Plant Research Institute