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1-Sep-2009Hydroxyiminodisuccinic acid (HIDS): A novel biodegradable chelating ligand for the increase of iron bioavailability and arsenic phytoextractionRahman, MA; Hasegawa, H; Kadohashi, K; Maki, T; Ueda, K
1-Jul-2011Effect of external iron and arsenic species on chelant-enhanced iron bioavailability and arsenic uptake in rice (Oryza sativa L.)Azizur Rahman, M; Mamunur Rahman, M; Kadohashi, K; Maki, T; Hasegawa, H
15-Oct-2011High levels of inorganic arsenic in rice in areas where arsenic-contaminated water is used for irrigation and cookingRahman, MA; Hasegawa, H
30-Jul-2015Effects of residue management on decomposition in irrigated rice fields are not related to changes in the decomposer communitySchmidt, A; John, K; Arida, G; Auge, H; Brandl, R; Horgan, FG; Hotes, S; Marquez, L; Radermacher, N; Settele, J; Wolters, V; Schädler, M
1-Nov-2017The stadium effect: rodent damage patterns in rice fields explored using giving-up densitiesJones, CR; Lorica, RP; Villegas, JM; Ramal, AF; Horgan, FG; Singleton, GR; Stuart, AM
1-Oct-2011Planthopper "adaptation" to resistant rice varieties: Changes in amino acid composition over timeChen, YH; Bernal, CC; Tan, J; Horgan, FG; Fitzgerald, MA
1-Jan-2009Expression, imprinting, and evolution of rice homologs of the polycomb group genesLuo, M; Platten, D; Chaudhury, A; Peacock, WJ; Dennis, ES
1-May-2008Hairpin RNAs derived from RNA polymerase II and polymerase III promoter-directed transgenes are processed differently in plantsWang, MB; Helliwell, CA; Wu, LM; Waterhouse, PM; Peacock, WJ; Dennis, ES
1-Feb-2008Arsenic accumulation in rice (Oryza sativa L.): Human exposure through food chainAzizur Rahman, M; Hasegawa, H; Mahfuzur Rahman, M; Mazid Miah, MA; Tasmin, A
1-Oct-2007Accumulation of arsenic in tissues of rice plant (Oryza sativa L.) and its distribution in fractions of rice grainRahman, MA; Hasegawa, H; Rahman, MM; Rahman, MA; Miah, MAM
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