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Persistent high temperature and low precipitation reduce peat carbon accumulation - Luca Bragazza, Alexandre Buttler, Bjorn J.M. Robroek, Remy Albrecht, Claudio Zaccone, Vincent E.J. Jassey and Constant Signarbieux
Type: Article | 2016

Investigating the nature of small airways disease in mild/moderate COPD: micro-CT analysis of paraffin embedded lung tissue - H. -K. Koo, D. M. Vasilescu, S. Booth, A. E. Scott, Orestis Katsamenis, J. Warner, I. Sinclair, J. C. Hogg and T. -L. Hackett
Type: Article | 2016 | Item not available on this server.

C60 fullerene localization and membrane interactions in RAW 264.7 immortalized mouse macrophages - K.A. Russ, P. Elvati, Tina, Louise Parsonage, A. Dews, J.A. Jarvis, M. Ray, B. Schneider, P.J.S. Smith, P.T.F. Williamson, A. Violi and M.A. Philbert
Type: Article | 2016

Something in the air? The impact of volatiles on mollusc attack of oilseed rape seedlings - Roger W.R. Shannon, Anne-emmanuelle Félix, Guy M. Poppy, Philip L. Newland, Nicole M. Van Dam and Mick E. Hanley
Type: Article | 2016 | Item not available on this server.

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