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2004-01The development of a toxicity database using freshwater macroinvertebrates, and its application to the protection of South African water resourcesPalmer, CG; Muller, WJ; Gordon, AK; Scherman, PA; Pakhomova, L; De Kock, E; Davies-Coleman, H
2004-05-01Characterization of a complex chemosensory signal transduction system which controls twitching motility in Pseudomonas aeruginosaWhitchurch, CB; Leech, AJ; Young, MD; Kennedy, D; Sargent, JL; Bertrand, JJ; Semmler, ABT; Mellick, AS; Martin, PR; Alm, RA; Hobbs, M; Beatson, SA; Huang, B; Nguyen, L; Commolli, JC; Engel, JN; Darzins, A; Mattick, JS
2004-01Reproductive cycle of the New Zealand geoduck, Panopea zelandica, in two north island populationsGribben, PE; Helson, J; Jeffs, AG
2004-04-28In situ impact of multiple pulses of metal and herbicide on the seagrass, Zostera capricorniMacinnis-Ng, CMO; Ralph, PJ
2004-01Distinguishing intra- from extracellular metals: chemical extraction techniquesHassler, CS; Slaveykova, VI; Wilkinson, KJ
2004-01The availability of native and applied soil cobalt to ryegrass in relation to soil cobalt and manganese status and other soil propertiesLi, Z; McLaren, RG; Metherell, AK
2004-01-01Community health nursing in Australia: a critical literature review and implications for professional development.Brookes, K; Davidson, P; Daly, J; Hancock, K
2004-01Evapotranspiration components from energy balance, sapflow and microlysimetry techniques from an irrigated vineyard in inland AustraliaYunusa, IA; Walker, RR; Lu, P
2004-07-01tonB3 is required for normal twitching motility and extracellular assembly of type IV piliHuang, B; Ru, K; Yuan, Z; Whitchurch, CB; Mattick, JS
2004-09-25Mercury and trace element distribution in organic tissues and regional brain of fetal rat after in utero and weaning exposure to low dose of inorganic mercury.Feng, W; Wang, M; Li, B; Liu, J; Chai, Z; Zhao, J; Deng, G
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