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  1. Editorial of the Topic “Environmental and Health Issues and Solutions for Anticoccidials and Other Emerging Pollutants of Special Concern”
  2. Removal of Cefuroxime from Soils Amended with Pine Bark, Mussel Shell and Oak Ash
  3. Effectiveness of cork and pine bark powders as biosorbents for potentially toxic elements present in aqueous solution
  4. Research on environmental aspects of retention/release of pollutants in soils and sorbents. What should be next?
  5. Azithromycin removal using pine bark, oak ash and mussel shell
  6. Adsorption and desorption of the ionophore antibiotics narasin and monensin in soils and bioadsorbents from Galicia (NW Spain)
  7. Anticoccidia presence in slurries/manures and agricultural soils in Galicia (NW Spain)
  8. Salinomycin and lasalocid adsorption/desorption by different soils and bioadsorbents from Galicia (NW Spain).
  9. Soil adsorption potential: Harnessing Earth's living skin for mitigating climate change and greenhouse gas dynamics
  10. Experimental data and modeling of sulfadiazine adsorption onto raw and modified clays from Tunisia
  11. Valorization of forest by-products as bio-adsorbents for emerging contaminants
  12. Tetracycline adsorption/desorption by raw and activated Tunisian clays
  13. Adsorption of antibiotics on bio-adsorbents derived from the forestry and agro-food industries
  14. Simultaneous immobilization of lead and arsenic and improved phosphorus availability in contaminated soil using biochar composite modified with hydroxyapatite and oxidation: Findings from a pot experiment
  15. Clarithromycin as soil and environmental pollutant: Adsorption-desorption processes and influence of pH
  16. Adsorption of Pb(II) from wastewater using a red mud modified rice-straw biochar: Influencing factors and reusability
  17. Soil science and environmental research
  18. 6th International Congress on Water, Waste and Energy Management (WWEM-22). 5th International Conference on Green Chemistry and Sustainable Engineering (GreenChem-22). 2022 International Conference on Green Energy and Environmental Technology (GEET-22)
  19. Editorial: Current Research on Soil Science and Related Aspects of Environmental Sciences in Galicia
  20. Enzyme activities and organic matter mineralization in response to application of gypsum, manure and rice straw in saline and sodic soils
  21. Direct toxicity of six antibiotics on soil bacterial communities affected by the addition of bio-adsorbents
  22. Low-cost materials to face soil and water pollution
  23. Fundamentals and application in phytoremediation of an efficient arsenate reducing bacterium Pseudomonas putida ARS1
  24. Soil Bacterial Community Tolerance to Three Tetracycline Antibiotics Induced by Ni and Zn
  25. Editorial on the Topic “New Research on Detection and Removal of Emerging Pollutants”
  26. New data on microorganisms in soil and other environmental compartments
  27. Quantification of ternary microplastic mixtures through an ultra-compact near-infrared spectrometer coupled with chemometric tools
  28. Removal of emerging pollutants from the environment: From bioadsorbents to nanoparticle-based systems
  29. Scientific evidence on the origin of SARS-CoV-2
  30. Our Environment: Everything Is Natural on Earth, but … Editorial Piece on Current and Future Soil and Environmental Research
  31. Azithromycin Adsorption onto Different Soils
  32. Nano-hydroxyapatite modified biochar: Insights into the dynamic adsorption and performance of lead (II) removal from aqueous solution
  33. Competitive adsorption and desorption of tetracycline and sulfadiazine in crop soils
  34. Effects of ciprofloxacin, trimethoprim, and amoxicillin on microbial structure and growth as emerging pollutants reaching crop soils
  35. The environment, epidemics, and human health
  36. Effects of the Combined Application of Chinese Milk Vetch (Astragalus sinicus L.) and Red Mud to Remediate the Cadmium-Polluted Acidic Paddy Soil
  37. Potential of low-cost bio-adsorbents to retain amoxicillin in contaminated water
  38. A green method for removing chromium (VI) from aqueous systems using novel silicon nanoparticles: Adsorption and interaction mechanisms
  39. Occurrence of Nine Antibiotics in Different Kinds of Sewage Sludge, Soils, Corn and Grapes After Sludge Spreading
  40. Heavy metals pollution characteristics and risk assessment in sediments and waters: The case of Tianjin, China
  41. Appraisal of different land use systems for heterotrophic respiration in a Karst landscape
  42. New trends on green energy and environmental technologies, with special focus on biomass valorization, water and waste recycling: editorial of the special issue
  43. Influence of pH on the adsorption-desorption of doxycycline, enrofloxacin, and sulfamethoxypyridazine in soils with variable surface charge
  44. Cu and As(V) Adsorption and Desorption on/from Different Soils and Bio-Adsorbents
  45. Ciprofloxacin and Trimethoprim Adsorption/Desorption in Agricultural Soils
  46. Tolerance of soil bacterial community to tetracycline antibiotics induced by As, Cd, Zn, Cu, Ni, Cr, and Pb pollution
  47. Supramolecular assemblies working as both artificial light-harvesting system and nanoreactor for efficient organic dehalogenation in aqueous environment
  48. Influence of pH, Humic Acids, and Salts on the Dissipation of Amoxicillin and Azithromycin Under Simulated Sunlight
  49. Relevance of sorption in bio-reduction of amoxicillin taking place in forest and crop soils
  50. The impact of pristine and modified rice straw biochar on the emission of greenhouse gases from a red acidic soil
  51. Occurrence of Microplastics from Plastic Fragments in Cultivated Soil of Sichuan Province: The Key Controls
  52. Amoxicillin Retention/Release in Agricultural Soils Amended with Different Bio-Adsorbent Materials
  53. Stability of soil organic carbon under long-term fertilization: Results from 13C NMR analysis and laboratory incubation
  54. Cattle manure compost and biochar supplementation improve growth of Onobrychis viciifolia in coal-mined spoils under water stress conditions
  55. Time-course evolution of bacterial community tolerance to tetracycline antibiotics in agricultural soils: A laboratory experiment
  56. Photocatalytic degradation of xanthate in flotation plant tailings by TiO2/graphene nanocomposites
  57. Degradation of Doxycycline, Enrofloxacin, and Sulfamethoxypyridazine under Simulated Sunlight at Different pH Values and Chemical Environments
  58. Mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions from a red acidic soil by using magnesium-modified wheat straw biochar
  59. Biomass-derived N,S co-doped 3D multichannel carbon supported Au@Pd@Pt catalysts for oxygen reduction
  60. TiO2/g-C3N4 photocatalyst for the purification of potassium butyl xanthate in mineral processing wastewater
  61. Additions of optimum water, spent mushroom compost and wood biochar to improve the growth performance of Althaea rosea in drought-prone coal-mined spoils
  62. Boron application mitigates Cd toxicity in leaves of rice by subcellular distribution, cell wall adsorption and antioxidant system
  63. Highly active iron-nitrogen-boron-carbon bifunctional electrocatalytic platform for hydrogen peroxide sensing and oxygen reduction
  64. Highly efficient uranium (VI) capture from aqueous solution by means of a hydroxyapatite-biochar nanocomposite: Adsorption behavior and mechanism
  65. New research on reduction and/or elimination of hazardous substances in the design, manufacture and application of chemical products
  66. New research on water, waste and energy management, with special focus on antibiotics and priority pollutants
  67. SARS-CoV-2 and other pathogenic microorganisms in the environment
  68. Supplementary material to "Tolerance of soil bacterial community to tetracycline antibiotics induced by As, Cd, Zn, Cu, Ni, Cr and Pb pollution"
  69. Tolerance of soil bacterial community to tetracycline antibiotics induced by As, Cd, Zn, Cu, Ni, Cr and Pb pollution
  70. Gas, Water and Solid Waste Treatment Technology
  71. Adsorption of arsenic (III) from aqueous solution by a novel phosphorus-modified biochar obtained from Taraxacum mongolicum Hand-Mazz: Adsorption behavior and mechanistic analysis
  72. Enhanced adsorption of aqueous Pb(II) by modified biochar produced through pyrolysis of watermelon seeds
  73. Fabrication, characterization and U(VI) sorption properties of a novel biochar derived from Tribulus terrestris via two different approaches
  74. Novel Ag3PO4/boron-carbon-nitrogen photocatalyst for highly efficient degradation of organic pollutants under visible-light irradiation
  75. A Novel Manganese-Rich Pokeweed Biochar for Highly Efficient Adsorption of Heavy Metals from Wastewater: Performance, Mechanisms, and Potential Risk Analysis
  76. Efficacy of Different Waste and By-Products from Forest and Food Industries in the Removal/Retention of the Antibiotic Cefuroxime
  77. SARS-CoV-2 and other viruses in soil: An environmental outlook
  78. Donación en asistolia controlada. ¿Qué opinan los profesionales de cuidados intensivos pediátricos?
  79. Control of Sunroof Buffeting Noise by Optimizing the Flow Field Characteristics of a Commercial Vehicle
  80. SARS-CoV-2 and other main pathogenic microorganisms in the environment: Situation in Galicia and Spain
  81. Environmental relevance of adsorption of doxycycline, enrofloxacin, and sulfamethoxypyridazine before and after the removal of organic matter from soils
  82. Phytotoxicity of petroleum hydrocarbons: Sources, impacts and remediation strategies
  83. Utilization of Citrullus lanatus L. seeds to synthesize a novel MnFe2O4-biochar adsorbent for the removal of U(VI) from wastewater: Insights and comparison between modified and raw biochar
  84. Photodegradation of Ciprofloxacin, Clarithromycin and Trimethoprim: Influence of pH and Humic Acids
  85. Retention of the Antibiotic Cefuroxime onto Agricultural and Forest Soils
  86. Soil Enzymatic Activities and Microbial Community Structure in Soils Polluted with Tetracycline Antibiotics
  87. Foliar application of Zn reduces Cd accumulation in grains of late rice by regulating the antioxidant system, enhancing Cd chelation onto cell wall of leaves, and inhibiting Cd translocation in rice
  88. Treatment technologies for emerging contaminants in water
  89. Oxidized biochar obtained from rice straw as adsorbent to remove uranium (VI) from aqueous solutions
  90. Sulfadiazine, sulfamethazine and sulfachloropyridazine removal using three different porous materials: Pine bark, “oak ash” and mussel shell
  91. SARS-CoV-2 and other pathogens could be determined in liquid samples from soils
  92. Use of waste materials to prevent tetracycline antibiotics toxicity on the growth of soil bacterial communities
  93. Editorial of the VSI “Environmental, ecological and public health considerations regarding coronaviruses, other viruses, and other microorganisms potentially causing pandemic diseases”
  94. Optimization of Simultaneous Removal of Binary Toxic Antibiotic and Heavy Metal by Novel Biocomposite Beads: Modeling Study Using Brouers–Sotolongo Family Equations
  95. Adsorption of Tetracycline and Sulfadiazine onto Three Different Bioadsorbents in Binary Competitive Systems
  96. The Toxicity Exerted by the Antibiotic Sulfadiazine on the Growth of Soil Bacterial Communities May Increase over Time
  97. Tetracycline and Sulfonamide Antibiotics in Soils: Presence, Fate and Environmental Risks
  98. Competitive adsorption and desorption of three tetracycline antibiotics on bio-sorbent materials in binary systems
  99. SARS-CoV-2 in soils
  100. How to study SARS-CoV-2 in soils?
  101. Single and simultaneous adsorption of three sulfonamides in agricultural soils: Effects of pH and organic matter content
  102. Medium-term influence of tetracyclines on total and specific microbial biomass in cultivated soils of Galicia (NW Spain)
  103. Editorial: SARS-CoV-2 in 2020
  104. Evaluation of flow injection mass spectrometry approach for rapid screening of selected pesticides and mycotoxins in grain and animal feed samples
  105. Soil aggregation and soil aggregate stability regulate organic carbon and nitrogen storage in a red soil of southern China
  106. Use of biomass ash to reduce toxicity affecting soil bacterial community growth due to tetracycline antibiotics
  107. Current emerging SARS-CoV-2 pandemic: Potential direct/indirect negative impacts of virus persistence and related therapeutic drugs on the aquatic compartments
  108. Editorial: New Research on Soil Degradation and Restoration
  109. Bacterial Community Tolerance to Tetracycline Antibiotics in Cu Polluted Soils
  110. Effect of Oxytetracycline and Chlortetracycline on Bacterial Community Growth in Agricultural Soils
  111. What do we know about the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in the environment?
  112. Cadmium mediated phytotoxic impacts in Brassica napus: Managing growth, physiological and oxidative disturbances through combined use of biochar and Enterobacter sp. MN17
  113. Adsorption-desorption of doxycycline in agricultural soils: Batch and stirred-flow-chamber experiments
  114. The Effects of pH Change through Liming on Soil N2O Emissions
  115. Optimization of synergistic biosorption of oxytetracycline and cadmium from binary mixtures on reed-based beads: modeling study using Brouers-Sotolongo models
  116. Estimation of adsorption/desorption Freundlich's affinity coefficients for oxytetracycline and chlortetracycline from soil properties: Experimental data and pedotransfer functions
  117. Evaluation of Toxicity on Ctenopharyngodon idella Due to Tannery Effluent Remediated by Constructed Wetland Technology
  118. Influence of mussel shell, oak ash and pine bark on the adsorption and desorption of sulfonamides in agricultural soils
  119. Removal of caffeine, nicotine and amoxicillin from (waste)waters by various adsorbents. A review
  120. Adsorption/desorption of three tetracycline antibiotics on different soils in binary competitive systems
  121. Heavy crude oil viscosity reduction by dilution with hydrocarbons obtained via pyrolysis of polypropylene and polystyrene
  122. Combined application of biochar and sulfur regulated growth, physiological, antioxidant responses and Cr removal capacity of maize (Zea mays L.) in tannery polluted soils
  123. An advanced process for producing structurally selective dimer acids to meet new industrial uses
  124. Phenolic fatty acid-based epoxy curing agent for antimicrobial epoxy polymers
  125. Low‐Temperature Crystallization for Separating Monoacetylated Long‐Chain Sophorolipids: Characterization of Their Surface‐Active and Antimicrobial Properties
  126. Burkholderia phytofirmans PsJN and tree twigs derived biochar together retrieved Pb-induced growth, physiological and biochemical disturbances by minimizing its uptake and translocation in mung bean (Vigna radiata L.)
  127. Adsorption/desorption of sulfamethoxypyridazine and enrofloxacin in agricultural soils
  128. Interactions between soil properties and tetracycline toxicity affecting to bacterial community growth in agricultural soil
  129. Effects of pine bark amendment on the transport of sulfonamide antibiotics in soils
  130. Impact of Steviol Glycosides and Erythritol on the Human and Cebus apella Gut Microbiome
  131. Biochar synthesis from sweet lime peel for hexavalent chromium remediation from aqueous solution
  132. Spatial variation of sediment bacterial community in an acid mine drainage contaminated area and surrounding river basin
  133. Soil and fine roots ecological stoichiometry in different vegetation restoration stages in a karst area, southwest China
  134. Agricultural biomass/waste as adsorbents for toxic metal decontamination of aqueous solutions
  135. Introducing Students to Remediation of Polluted Soils: Influence of Waste-Based Amendments on Cd Extractability
  136. Competitive adsorption/desorption of tetracycline, oxytetracycline and chlortetracycline on pine bark, oak ash and mussel shell
  137. Restoring effect of soil acidity and Cu on N2O emissions from an acidic soil
  138. Adsorption/desorption and transport of sulfadiazine, sulfachloropyridazine, and sulfamethazine, in acid agricultural soils
  139. Competitive adsorption of tetracycline, oxytetracycline and chlortetracycline on soils with different pH value and organic matter content
  140. Pedotransfer functions to estimate the adsorption and desorption of sulfadiazine in agricultural soils
  141. Chromium VI and Fluoride Competitive Adsorption on Different Soils and By-Products
  142. Experimental data and model prediction of tetracycline adsorption and desorption in agricultural soils
  143. Editorial of the VSI “Antibiotics and heavy metals in the environment: Facing the challenge”
  144. Copper and zinc in rhizospheric soil of wild plants growing in long-term acid vineyard soils. Insights on availability and metal remediation
  145. Editorial: Technically-based use of by-products as a tool to control pollution
  146. Experimental data and modeling for sulfachloropyridazine and sulfamethazine adsorption/desorption on agricultural acid soils
  147. Analysis and Occurrence of Organophosphate Esters in Meats and Fish Consumed in the United States
  148. Low cost organic and inorganic sorbents to fight soil and water pollution
  149. Multicenter Study of the Psychometric Properties of the New Demoralization Scale (DS-II) in Spanish-Speaking Advanced Cancer Patients
  150. Microbial electrolysis using aqueous fractions derived from Tail-Gas Recycle Pyrolysis of willow and guayule
  151. Efficacy of two different reclamation strategies to improve chemical properties and to reduce Al toxicity in a lignite mine dump during a 20-year period
  152. Effects of Microbiological and Non-Microbiological Treatments of Sewage Sludge on Antibiotics as Emerging Pollutants Present in Wastewater
  153. Degradation of sulfadiazine, sulfachloropyridazine and sulfamethazine in aqueous media
  154. A concise review of biochar application to agricultural soils to improve soil conditions and fight pollution
  155. Editorial: New Findings on the Use of Biosorbents and Technically-Based Sorbents to Control Soil and Water Pollution
  156. Pch Genes Control Biofilm and Cell Adhesion in a Clinical Serotype O157:H7 Isolate
  157. Characterization of MS/MS Product Ions for the Differentiation of Structurally Isomeric Pesticides by High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry
  158. Occurrence of tetracyclines and sulfonamides in manures, agricultural soils and crops from different areas in Galicia (NW Spain)
  159. Chromium and fluoride sorption/desorption on un-amended and waste-amended forest and vineyard soils and pyritic material
  160. Biotic and abiotic dissipation of tetracyclines using simulated sunlight and in the dark
  161. A review on halloysite-based adsorbents to remove pollutants in water and wastewater
  162. Controlling risks of P water pollution by sorption on soils, pyritic material, granitic material, and different by-products: effects of pH and incubation time
  163. Bio-based phenolic-branched-chain fatty acid isomers synthesized from vegetable oils and natural monophenols using modified H + -Ferrierite zeolite
  164. Burkholderia sacchari DSM 17165: A source of compositionally-tunable block-copolymeric short-chain poly(hydroxyalkanoates) from xylose and levulinic acid
  165. By-products as an amendment of a mine soil: effects on microbial biomass determined using phospholipid fatty acids
  166. Effects of Changing pH, Incubation Time, and As(V) Competition, on F− Retention on Soils, Natural Adsorbents, By-Products, and Waste Materials
  167. Using pine bark and mussel shell amendments to reclaim microbial functions in a Cu polluted acid mine soil
  168. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons concentrations in a waste from fuel oil spill and its mixture with other materials: Time-course evolution
  169. Cadmium and Lead Sorption/Desorption on Non-Amended and By-Product-Amended Soil Samples and Pyritic Material
  170. Wheat Straw as a Bio-Sorbent for Arsenate, Chromate, Fluoride, and Nickel
  171. As(V) Sorption/Desorption on Different Waste Materials and Soil Samples
  172. Pine Bark Amendment to Promote Sustainability in Cu-Polluted Acid Soils: Effects on Lolium perenne Growth and Cu Uptake
  173. Heavy metals fractionation and desorption in pine bark amended mine soils
  174. Analysis of sorghum wax and carnauba wax by reversed phase liquid chromatography mass spectrometry
  175. Synthesis, chemical characterization, and economical feasibility of poly -phenolic-branched-chain fatty acids
  176. Removal of anionic pollutants by pine bark is influenced by the mechanism of retention
  177. Cu Immobilization and Lolium perenne Development in an Acid Vineyard Soil Amended with Crushed Mussel Shell
  178. Competitive and non-competitive cadmium, copper and lead sorption/desorption on wheat straw affecting sustainability in vineyards
  179. Phosphorus removal from wastewater using mussel shell: Investigation on retention mechanisms
  180. As(V)/Cr(VI) retention on un-amended and waste-amended soil samples: competitive experiments
  181. Phosphorus retention on forest and vineyard soil samples, mussel shell, pine-sawdust, and on pyritic, granitic and waste materials
  182. Promoting sustainability in the mussel industry: mussel shell recycling to fight fluoride pollution
  183. Valorization of biosorbent obtained from a forestry waste: Competitive adsorption, desorption and transport of Cd, Cu, Ni, Pb and Zn
  184. Lithological and land-use based assessment of heavy metal pollution in soils surrounding a cement plant in SW Europe
  185. Aluminum fractionation and speciation in a coal mine dump: Twenty years of time-course evolution
  186. As(V)/Cr(VI) pollution control in soils, hemp waste, and other by-products: competitive sorption trials
  187. F sorption/desorption on two soils and on different by-products and waste materials
  188. Synthesis and low temperature characterization of iso‐oleic ester derivatives
  189. Changes in Cd, Cu, Ni, Pb and Zn Fractionation and Liberation Due to Mussel Shell Amendment on a Mine Soil
  190. Study of metal transport through pine bark for reutilization as a biosorbent
  191. Structural characterization of product ions of regulated veterinary drugs by electrospray ionization and quadrupole time‐of‐flight mass spectrometry. Part 3: Anthelmintics and thyreostats
  192. Evolution of Chemical Characteristics of Technosols in an Afforested Coal Mine Dump over a 20-year Period
  193. As(V) and P Competitive Sorption on Soils, By-Products and Waste Materials
  194. The contribution of undergraduate palliative care education
  195. Competitive adsorption/desorption of tetracycline, oxytetracycline and chlortetracycline on two acid soils: Stirred flow chamber experiments
  196. Scientists talking to politicians: Could you please save the environment? (Correspondence on Diamond et al. 2015. Exploring the planetary boundary for chemical pollution. Environment International 78, 8–15)
  197. Cr(VI) Sorption/Desorption on Pine Sawdust and Oak Wood Ash
  198. Heavy metals in pastureland soils situated in A Pastoriza (NW Spain) treated with cattle slurry and NPK fertilizers
  199. Perspectives on the use of by-products to treat soil and water pollution
  200. Cranberry Xyloglucan Structure and Inhibition of Escherichia coli Adhesion to Epithelial Cells
  201. Welfare index, waste and expropriation
  202. Cr(VI) sorption/desorption on untreated and mussel-shell-treated soil materials: fractionation and effects of pH and chromium concentration
  203. Efectos de un protocolo de entrenamiento de alta intensidad sobre marcadores fisiológicos de estrés en ratas. [Physiological effects of the stress induced by a high-intensity exercise protocol in rats].
  204. Take the waste and run (Correspondence on: Riding, M.J., Herbert, B.M.J., Ricketts, L., Dodd, I., Ostle, N., Semple, K.T. 2015. Harmonising conflicts between science, regulation, perception and environmental impact: The case of soil conditioners from b...
  205. Adsorption, desorption and fractionation of As(V) on untreated and mussel shell-treated granitic material
  206. Structural characterization of product ions by electrospray ionization and quadrupole time‐of‐flight mass spectrometry to support regulatory analysis of veterinary drug residues in foods. Part 2: Benzimidazoles, nitromidazoles, phenothiazines, and mectins
  207. Copper content and distribution in vineyard soils from Betanzos (A Coruña, Spain)
  208. Effect of crushed mussel shell addition on bacterial growth in acid polluted soils
  209. Nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium and magnesium release from two compressed fertilizers: column experiments
  210. Adsorption, desorption and fractionation of As(V) on untreated and mussel shell-treated granitic material
  211. Cr(VI) adsorption/desorption on untreated and mussel shell-treated soil materials: fractionation and effects of pH and chromium concentration
  212. Mixtures including wastes from the mussel shell processing industry: retention of arsenic, chromium and mercury
  213. Influence of mussel shell on As and Cr competitive and non-competitive sorption–desorption kinetics in a mine soil: stirred flow chamber experiments
  214. Pine bark as bio-adsorbent for Cd, Cu, Ni, Pb and Zn: Batch-type and stirred flow chamber experiments
  215. Waste or gold?
  216. Kinetics of tetracycline, oxytetracycline, and chlortetracycline adsorption and desorption on two acid soils
  217. Nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium and magnesium release from two compressed fertilizers: column experiments
  218. Competitive adsorption and transport of Cd, Cu, Ni and Zn in a mine soil amended with mussel shell
  219. As(V) adsorption on forest and vineyard soils and pyritic material with or without mussel shell: Kinetics and fractionation
  220. Spreading of mixtures including wastes from the mussel shell treatment industry on an acid soil: effects on the dissolved aluminum species and on pasture production
  221. Structural characterization of product ions by electrospray ionization and quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry to support regulatory analysis of veterinary drug residues in foods
  222. Catalytic synthesis and characterization of phenol‐branched‐chain fatty acid isomers*
  223. Nonlabeled Quantitative Proteomic Comparison Identifies Differences in Acid Resistance BetweenEscherichia coliO157:H7 Curli Production Variants
  224. Structural Characterization of the Thermally Tolerant Pectin Methylesterase Purified from Citrus sinensis Fruit and Its Gene Sequence
  225. Mercury removal using ground and calcined mussel shell
  226. Rapid analysis of aminoglycoside antibiotics in bovine tissues using disposable pipette extraction and ultrahigh performance liquid chromatography–tandem mass spectrometry
  227. As(V) retention on soils and forest by-products and other waste materials
  228. Heavy metal retention in copper mine soil treated with mussel shells: Batch and column experiments
  229. pH-dependent copper release in acid soils treated with crushed mussel shell
  230. Cr(VI) Adsorption and Desorption on Soils and Biosorbents
  231. Sensory and protein profiles of Mexican Chihuahua cheese
  232. Arsenic, chromium and mercury removal using mussel shell ash or a sludge/ashes waste mixture
  233. Gene expression and proteomic analysis of the formation of Phakopsora pachyrhizi appressoria
  234. Selective Microbial Degradation of Saturated Methyl Branched‐Chain Fatty Acid Isomers
  235. pH Fractionation and identification of proteins: Comparing column chromatofocusing versus liquid isoelectric focusing techniques
  236. Reactions between β-Lactoglobulin and Genipin: Kinetics and Characterization of the Products
  237. Use of Mussel Shells as a Soil Amendment: Effects on Bulk and Rhizosphere Soil and Pasture Production
  238. Aluminium fractionation and speciation in bulk and rhizosphere of a grass soil amended with mussel shells or lime
  239. Identification of Highly Active Flocculant Proteins in Bovine Blood
  240. Risk of water pollution due to ash–sludge mixtures: column trials
  241. Isolation, Purification, and Identification of Protein Associated with Corn Fiber Gum
  242. Characterization of Thermal and Mechanical Properties of Hyperbranched Oligo(glycerol-glutaric acid)s
  243. Light Quantity and Photosystem Function Mediate Host Susceptibility to Turnip mosaic virus Via a Salicylic Acid–Independent Mechanism
  244. Runoff characteristics in forest plots before and after wood ash fertilization
  245. The effect of aging on element plant availability and bacterial counts of mixtures of wood ash and sewage sludge
  246. Identification of Thermolabile Pectin Methylesterases from Sweet Orange Fruit by Peptide Mass Fingerprinting
  247. Selectively Functionalized Glycerol/Diacid Dendrimers via Click Chemistry of Azido Fatty Acids
  248. Kinetics of Hg(II) adsorption and desorption in calcined mussel shells
  249. The Lewis Acid‐Catalyzed Synthesis of Hyperbranched Oligo(glycerol–diacid)s in Aprotic Polar Media
  250. SnTox3 Acts in Effector Triggered Susceptibility to Induce Disease on Wheat Carrying the Snn3 Gene
  251. Characterization and Evaluation of Compost Utilized as Ornamental Plant Substrate
  252. The Identification of Mono‐, Di‐, Tri‐, and Tetragalactosyl‐diacylglycerols and their Natural Estolides in Oat Kernels
  253. Proteome changes in sugar beet in response to Beet necrotic yellow vein virus
  254. Structured Estolides: Control of Length and Sequence
  255. Oxytetracycline analysis in honey using a specific portable analyzer
  256. Characterization of Protein Changes Associated with Sugar Beet (Beta vulgaris) Resistance and Susceptibility to Fusarium oxysporum
  257. Zeolite‐catalyzed isomerization of oleic acid to branched‐chain isomers
  258. Separation of Triacylglycerol Species from Interesterified Oils by High‐Performance Liquid Chromatography
  259. Synthesis of hyperbranched P poly(glycerol‐diacid) oligomers
  260. Proteomic based investigation of rhamnolipid production by Pseudomonas chlororaphis strain NRRL B-30761
  261. Specificity of a Vibrio vulnificus Aminopeptidase toward Kinins and Other Peptidyl Substrates
  262. Retention of phosphorus by iron and aluminum-oxides-coated quartz particles
  263. Activated Peroxide for Enzymatic Control of Wool Shrinkage Part I: Elucidation
  264. Sophorolipid biosynthesis from a biodiesel co‐product stream
  265. Production of Rhamnolipids by Pseudomonas chlororaphis, a Nonpathogenic Bacterium
  266. Fermented beverages of pre- and proto-historic China
  267. Controlling Shrinkage in Wool Fabrics: Effective Hydrogen Peroxide Systems
  268. Production of sophorolipids by Candida bombicola grown on soy molasses as substrate*,**
  269. Comparison of Chromatographic Methods for the Determination of Bound Glycerol in Biodiesel
  270. LC/MS analysis and lipase modification of the sophorolipids produced by Rhodotorula bogoriensis**
  271. DCCA Shrinkproofing of Wool
  272. Gas chromatography–mass spectrometry method for determining the methanol and acetic acid contents of pectin using headspace solid-phase microextraction and stable isotope dilution
  273. Regioselective Enzyme-Catalyzed Synthesis of Sophorolipid Esters, Amides, and Multifunctional Monomers
  274. Isolation of unsaturated diols after oxidation of conjugated linoleic acid with peroxygenase
  275. Epoxidation of fatty acids, fatty methyl esters, and alkenes by immobilized oat seed peroxygenase
  276. Production of FAME from acid oil, a by‐product of vegetable oil refining
  277. Purification of lipoxygenase from Chlorella: Production of 9‐ and 13‐hydroperoxide derivatives of linoleic acid
  278. Attenuation of groundwater contamination caused by cattle slurry: a plot-scale experimental study
  279. Pollution attenuation by soils receiving cattle slurry after passage of a slurry-like feed solution. Column experiments
  280. Chloride, sodium, potassium and faecal bacteria levels in surface runoff and subsurface percolates from grassland plots amended with cattle slurry
  281. Characterization of lipoxygenase oxidation products by high‐performance liquid chromatography with electron impact‐mass spectrometric detection
  282. Diferuloylputrescine and p‐coumaroyl‐feruloylputrescine, abundant polyamine conjugates in lipid extracts of maize kernels
  283. Surface runoff pollution by cattle slurry and inorganic fertilizer spreading: chemical oxygen demand, ortho-phosphates, and electrical conductivity levels for different buffer strip lengths
  284. Analysis and characterization of sophorolipids by liquid chromatography with atmospheric pressure chemical ionization
  285. Optimizing reaction parameters for the enzymatic synthesis of epoxidized oleic acid with oat seed peroxygenase
  286. Anaerobic lipoxygenase activity from Chlorella pyrenoidosa
  287. Phytosterols in the aleurone layer of corn kernels
  288. Viscoelastic properties of linseed oil-based medium chain length poly(hydroxyalkanoate) films: effects of epoxidation and curing
  289. Anaerobic lipoxygenase activity fromChlorella pyrenoidosa responsible for the cleavage of the 13-hydroperoxides of linoleic and linolenic acids
  290. Groundwater contamination due to cattle slurry: modelling infiltration on the basis of soil column experiments
  291. A funerary feast fit for King Midas
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  309. Analysis of lipoxygenase kinetics by high‐performance liquid chromatography with a polymer column
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