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. Scher , F. M. & Baker , K. , 1980 . Mechanisms of biological control in a Fusariumsuppressive soil . Phytopathol. 70 . 412 – 417 . Schwyn

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Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry
Authors: M. Jovanović, B. Zmbova, T. Maksin, V. Jovanović, M. Odavić, M. Rastovac, and N. Simova

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A procedure for obtaining a stable99mTc(V)-DMSA kit and methods for its radiochemical and biological control are described. The effect of pH on radiopharmaceutical stability of the complex was studied. The kinetic parameters of99mTc(V)-DMSA were determined on rats and compared to the corresponding values for renal99mTC-DMSA. Clinical tests showed that99mTc(V)-DMSA is suitable agent for detecting the primary medullar carcinoma of thyroid, as well as for detection of thyroid metastasis.

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, The Nature and Practice of Biological Control of Plant Pathogens. Am. Phytopath. Soc., St Paul, Minnesota, 1983, p. 32. Baker K.F. The Nature and

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. , S ZABÓ , M. , H RÁCS , K. , T AKÁCS , A. & N AGY , P. , 2013 . In vitro investigations on the biological control of Xiphinema index with Trichoderma species . Helminthologia . 50 . 132 – 137

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315 321 Scher, F. M. & Baker, K., 1980. Mechanisms of biological control in a Fusarium suppressive soil. Phytopathology. 70 . 412--417. Mechanisms

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—Szatmár—Bereg megyei Tudományos Testülete 10. Jubileumi Ülésének előadás-összefoglalói. Nyíregyháza. 14. Scher, F. M. & Baker, K., 1980. Mechanisms of biological control in a Fusarium suppressive soil. Phytopathology. 70 . 412

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the use of additional insecticides is environmentally undesirable, biological control methods have also become significant. The classic solution of this is to import and spread natural enemies from their North American origins. A more easily available

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