Ingredient ID 468 
Chinese Pronunciation YEQIMU 
English Name Field Lacquertree Wood  
Latin Name Lignum Toxicodendri Succedanei  
Aliases RanShanHong
Cancers Nourish  
Identified Compounds

order by name

1. Fisetin

   C15H10O6   286.24
NSC# 407010 Activity (<10uM)

2. Gallic Acid

   C7H6O5   170.12

3. Myricetin

   C15H10O8   318.24
NSC# 407290 Activity (but inactive >10uM)

4. Sulphuretin

   C15H10O5   270.24

Recipes that contain

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    1:  Pacala SW, Hurtt GC, Baker D, Peylin P, Houghton RA, Birdsey RA, Heath L, Sundquist ET, Stallard RF, Ciais P, Moorcroft P, Caspersen JP, Shevliakova E, Moore B, Kohlmaier G, Holland E, Gloor M, Harmon ME, Fan SM, Sarmiento JL, Goodale CL, Schimel D, Field CB.
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    2:  Pilate G, Guiney E, Holt K, Petit-Conil M, Lapierre C, Leple JC, Pollet B, Mila I, Webster EA, Marstorp HG, Hopkins DW, Jouanin L, Boerjan W, Schuch W, Cornu D, Halpin C.
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    11:  Ghosh U, Talley JW, Luthy RG.
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    12:  Cavanagh R, Begon M, Bennett M, Ergon T, Graham IM, De Haas PE, Hart CA, Koedam M, Kremer K, Lambin X, Roholl P, Soolingen Dv D.
    Mycobacterium microti infection (vole tuberculosis) in wild rodent populations.
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    13:  Zingg BC, Brown RN, Lane RS, LeFebvre RB.
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    14:  Levy-Frebault VV, Thorel MF, Varnerot A, Gicquel B.
    DNA polymorphism in Mycobacterium paratuberculosis, "wood pigeon mycobacteria," and related mycobacteria analyzed by field inversion gel electrophoresis.
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    15:  Breznak JA, Pankratz HS.
    In situ morphology of the gut microbiota of wood-eating termites [Reticulitermes flavipes (Kollar) and Coptotermes formosanus Shiraki].
    Appl Environ Microbiol.    impact factor:   3.541
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    16:  Niebylski ML, Schrumpf ME, Burgdorfer W, Fischer ER, Gage KL, Schwan TG.
    Rickettsia peacockii sp. nov., a new species infecting wood ticks, Dermacentor andersoni, in western Montana.
    Int J Syst Bacteriol.    impact factor:   3.503
    1997;  47(2): 446-52

    17:  Thorel MF, Krichevsky M, Levy-Frebault VV.
    Numerical taxonomy of mycobactin-dependent mycobacteria, emended description of Mycobacterium avium, and description of Mycobacterium avium subsp. avium subsp. nov., Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis subsp. nov., and Mycobacterium avium subsp. silvaticum subsp. nov.
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    18:  Ehtesham NZ, Bentur JS, Bennett J.
    Highly repetitive DNA sequence elements from Orseolia oryzae (Wood-Mason) discriminate between the Indian isolates and the Asian rice gall midge and the paspalum midge.
    Electrophoresis.    impact factor:   3.447
    1995;  16(9): 1762-5

    19:  Baker RJ, Makova KD, Chesser RK.
    Microsatellites indicate a high frequency of multiple paternity in Apodemus (Rodentia).
    Mol Ecol.    impact factor:   3.442
    1999;  8(1): 107-11

    20:  Makova KD, Patton JC, Krysanov EYu, Chesser RK, Baker RJ.
    Microsatellite markers in wood mouse and striped field mouse (genus Apodemus).
    Mol Ecol.    impact factor:   3.442
    1998;  7(2): 247-9

    21:  Yost HJ.
    Left-right development from embryos to brains.
    Dev Genet.    impact factor:   3.227
    1998;  23(3): 159-63

    22:  Vander Mijnsbrugge K, Beeckman H, De Rycke R, Van Montagu M, Engler G, Boerjan W.
    Phenylcoumaran benzylic ether reductase, a prominent poplar xylem protein, is strongly associated with phenylpropanoid biosynthesis in lignifying cells.
    Planta.    impact factor:   2.977
    2000;  211(4): 502-9

    23:  Ravikumar M, Ravichandran R.
    Dose measurements in the build-up region for the photon beams from Clinac-1800 dual energy medical linear accelerator.
    Strahlenther Onkol.    impact factor:   2.846
    2000;  176(5): 223-8

    24:  Szel A, Csorba G, Caffe AR, Szel G, Rohlich P, van Veen T.
    Different patterns of retinal cone topography in two genera of rodents, Mus and Apodemus.
    Cell Tissue Res.    impact factor:   2.488
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    25:  Domec JC, Gartner BL.
    How do water transport and water storage differ in coniferous earlywood and latewood?
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    2002;  53(379): 2369-79

    26:  del Hierro AM, Kronberger W, Hietz P, Offenthaler I, Richter H.
    A new method to determine the oxygen concentration inside the sapwood of trees.
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    27:  Ameglio T, Cochard H, Ewers FW.
    Stem diameter variations and cold hardiness in walnut trees.
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    28:  Niklas KJ.
    Computing factors of safety against wind-induced tree stem damage.
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    2000;  51(345): 797-806

    29:  Cupitt LT, Glen WG, Lewtas J.
    Exposure and risk from ambient particle-bound pollution in an airshed dominated by residential wood combustion and mobile sources.
    Environ Health Perspect.    impact factor:   2.469
    1994;  102 Suppl 4: 75-84

    30:  Ownby DR, Newman MC, Mulvey M, Vogelbein WK, Unger MA, Arzayus LF.
    Fish (Fundulus heteroclitus) populations with different exposure histories differ in tolerance of creosote-contaminated sediments.
    Environ Toxicol Chem.    impact factor:   2.462
    2002;  21(9): 1897-902

    31:  Hessel PA, Herbert FA, Melenka LS, Yoshida K, Michaelchuk D, Nakaza M.
    Lung health in sawmill workers exposed to pine and spruce.
    Chest.    impact factor:   2.41
    1995;  108(3): 642-6

    32:  Persson C, Olsson S, Jansson H.
    Growth of Arthrobotrys superba from a birch wood resource base into soil determined by radioactive tracing.
    FEMS Microbiol Ecol.    impact factor:   2.405
    2000;  31(1): 47-51

    33:  Russell KP, Gardiner SH, Nichols EE.
    A conceptual model for regionalization and consolidation of obstetric-gynecologic services.
    Am J Obstet Gynecol.    impact factor:   2.401
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    34:  Kiikkila O, Perkiomaki J, Barnette M, Derome J, Pennanen T, Tulisalo E, Fritze H.
    In situ bioremediation through mulching of soil polluted by a copper-nickel smelter.
    J Environ Qual.    impact factor:   2.357
    2001;  30(4): 1134-43

    35:  Nicholson DJ, Judd SP, Cartwright BA, Collett TS.
    Learning walks and landmark guidance in wood ants (Formica rufa)
    J Exp Biol.    impact factor:   2.354
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    36:  Fredga K.
    Aberrant sex chromosome mechanisms in mammals. Evolutionary aspects.
    Differentiation.    impact factor:   2.325
    1983;  23 Suppl: S23-30

    37:  Haider TK, el-Khatib EE.
    Measurements of phantom scatter factors for small field sizes in high energy x rays.
    Med Phys.    impact factor:   2.169
    1994;  21(5): 663-6

    38:  Massimino SP, McBurney MI, Field CJ, Thomson AB, Keelan M, Hayek MG, Sunvold GD.
    Fermentable dietary fiber increases GLP-1 secretion and improves glucose homeostasis despite increased intestinal glucose transport capacity in healthy dogs.
    J Nutr.    impact factor:   2.15
    1998;  128(10): 1786-93

    39:  Stutt AD, Willmer P.
    Territorial defence in speckled wood butterflies: do the hottest males always win?
    Anim Behav.    impact factor:   2.148
    1998;  55(5): 1341-7

    40:  Tso IM, Severinghaus Ll.
    Silk stealing by Argyrodes lanyuensis (Araneae: Theridiidae): a unique form of kleptoparasitism.
    Anim Behav.    impact factor:   2.148
    1998;  56(1): 219-25

    41:  Shellman-reeve JS.
    Advantages of biparental care in the wood-dwelling termite, Zootermopsis nevadensis
    Anim Behav.    impact factor:   2.148
    1997;  54(1): 163-70

    42:  Haemig PD.
    Effects of birds on the intensity of ant rain: a terrestrial form of invertebrate drift
    Anim Behav.    impact factor:   2.148
    1997;  54(1): 89-97

    43:  Burd ID, Mass S, Karshenboyem A, Bachmann G.
    An ACOG-affiliated medical student obstetrics and gynecology club.
    Obstet Gynecol.    impact factor:   2.122
    1999;  94(6): 1051-3

    44:  Abramsson-Zetterberg L, Grawe J, Zetterberg G.
    Spontaneous and radiation-induced micronuclei in erythrocytes from four species of wild rodents: a comparison with CBA mice.
    Mutat Res.    impact factor:   2.107
    1997;  393(1-2): 55-71

    45:  Odintsov BM, Belford RL, Ceroke PJ, Idiyatullin ZS, Kashaev RS, Kuriashkin IV, Rukhlov VS, Temnikov AN, Clarkson RB.
    Molecular diffusion and DNP enhancement in aqueous char suspensions.
    J Magn Reson.    impact factor:   2.106
    1998;  135(2): 435-43

    46:  Atwell BJ, Henery ML, Whitehead D.
    Sapwood development in Pinus radiata trees grown for three years at ambient and elevated carbon dioxide partial pressures.
    Tree Physiol.    impact factor:   2.042
    2003;  23(1): 13-21

    47:  Little CH, Lavigne MB.
    Gravimorphism in current-year shoots of Abies balsamea: involvement of compensatory growth, indole-3-acetic acid transport and compression wood formation.
    Tree Physiol.    impact factor:   2.042
    2002;  22(5): 311-20

    48:  Marenco RA, de C Goncalves JF, Vieira G.
    Leaf gas exchange and carbohydrates in tropical trees differing in successional status in two light environments in central Amazonia.
    Tree Physiol.    impact factor:   2.042
    2001;  21(18): 1311-8

    49:  Peramaki M, Nikinmaa E, Sevanto S, Ilvesniemi H, Siivola E, Hari P, Vesala T.
    Tree stem diameter variations and transpiration in Scots pine: an analysis using a dynamic sap flow model.
    Tree Physiol.    impact factor:   2.042
    2001;  21(12-13): 889-97

    50:  Sobue T.
    Association of indoor air pollution and lifestyle with lung cancer in Osaka, Japan.
    Int J Epidemiol.    impact factor:   1.974
    1990;  19 Suppl 1: S62-6

    51:  Padma-Nathan H.
    Diagnostic and treatment strategies for erectile dysfunction: the 'Process of Care' model. [University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    Int J Impot Res.    impact factor:   1.969
    2000;  12 Suppl 4: S119-21

    52:  Grogl M, Kreutzer RD, McHugh CP, Martin RK.
    Characterization of a Leishmania isolate from the rodent host Neotoma micropus collected in Texas and comparison with human isolates.
    Am J Trop Med Hyg.    impact factor:   1.932
    1991;  45(6): 714-22

    53:  Chantrey J, Meyer H, Baxby D, Begon M, Bown KJ, Hazel SM, Jones T, Montgomery WI, Bennett M.
    Cowpox: reservoir hosts and geographic range.
    Epidemiol Infect.    impact factor:   1.911
    1999;  122(3): 455-60

    54:  Crouch AC, Baxby D, McCracken CM, Gaskell RM, Bennett M.
    Serological evidence for the reservoir hosts of cowpox virus in British wildlife.
    Epidemiol Infect.    impact factor:   1.911
    1995;  115(1): 185-91

    55:  Little TW, Stevens AE, Hathaway SC.
    Serological studies of British leptospiral isolates of the Sejroe serogroup. III. The distribution of leptospires of the Sejroe serogroup in the British Isles.
    Epidemiol Infect.    impact factor:   1.911
    1987;  99(1): 117-26

    56:  Mandenius CF, Lid n H, Eklov T, Taherzadeh MJ, Lid n G.
    Predicting fermentability of wood hydrolyzates with responses from electronic noses
    Biotechnol Prog.    impact factor:   1.897
    1999;  15(4): 617-21

    57:  Covert SF, Bolduc J, Cullen D.
    Genomic organization of a cellulase gene family in Phanerochaete chrysosporium.
    Curr Genet.    impact factor:   1.889
    1992;  22(5): 407-13

    58:  Cotrutz C, Kappas C, Webb S.
    Intensity modulated arc therapy (IMAT) with centrally blocked rotational fields.
    Phys Med Biol.    impact factor:   1.888
    2000;  45(8): 2185-206

    59:  Smith JM, Stenseth NC.
    On the evolutionary stability of the female-biased sex ratio in the wood lemming (Myopus schisticolor): the effect of inbreeding.
    Heredity.    impact factor:   1.875
    1978;  41(2): 205-14

    60:  Katiyar SK, Chandel G, Tan Y, Zhang Y, Huang B, Nugaliyadde L, Fernando K, Bentur JS, Inthavong S, Constantino S, Bennett J.
    Biodiversity of Asian rice gall midge (Orseolia oryzae Wood Mason) from five countries examined by AFLP analysis.
    Genome.    impact factor:   1.847
    2000;  43(2): 322-32

    61:  Bernstein AB, Gauthier AK.
    Defining competition in markets: why and how?
    Health Serv Res.    impact factor:   1.727
    1998;  33(5 Pt 2): 1421-38

    62:  Gebo DL, Simons EL.
    Puncture marks on early African anthropoids.
    Am J Phys Anthropol.    impact factor:   1.724
    1984;  65(1): 31-5

    63:  Dyer PA, Claas FH.
    A future for HLA matching in clinical transplantation.
    Eur J Immunogenet.    impact factor:   1.713
    1997;  24(1): 17-28

    64:  Landon MK, Rus DL, Harvey FE.
    Comparison of instream methods for measuring hydraulic conductivity in sandy streambeds.
    Ground Water.    impact factor:   1.659
    2001;  39(6): 870-85

    65:  Manninen AM, Tarhanen S, Vuorinen M, Kainulaine P.
    Comparing the variation of needle and wood terpenoids in Scots pine provenances.
    J Chem Ecol.    impact factor:   1.653
    2002;  28(1): 211-28

    66:  Allison JD, Borden JH, McIntosh RL, de Groot P, Gries R.
    Kairomonal response by four Monochamus species (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) to bark beetle pheromones.
    J Chem Ecol.    impact factor:   1.653
    2001;  27(4): 633-46

    67:  Dills RL, Zhu X, Kalman DA.
    Measurement of urinary methoxyphenols and their use for biological monitoring of wood smoke exposure.
    Environ Res.    impact factor:   1.617
    2001;  85(2): 145-58

    68:  Corp N, Gorman ML, Speakman JR.
    Apparent absorption efficiency and gut morphometry of wood mice, Apodemus sylvaticus, from two distinct populations with different diets.
    Physiol Zool.    impact factor:   1.595
    1997;  70(6): 610-4

    69:  Schneider T, Schlunssen V, Vinzents PS, Kildeso J.
    Passive sampler used for simultaneous measurement of breathing zone size distribution, inhalable dust concentration and other size fractions involving large particles.
    Ann Occup Hyg.    impact factor:   1.577
    2002;  46(2): 187-95

    70:  Bemer D, Regnier R, Calle S.
    Separation efficiency of a wood dust collector-field measurement using a fluorescent aerosol.
    Ann Occup Hyg.    impact factor:   1.577
    2000;  44(3): 173-83

    71:  Davies HW, Teschke K, Demers PA.
    A field comparison of inhalable and thoracic size selective sampling techniques.
    Ann Occup Hyg.    impact factor:   1.577
    1999;  43(6): 381-92

    72:  Plato N, Krantz S, Andersson L, Gustavsson P, Lundgren L.
    Characterization of current exposure to man-made vitreous fibres (MMVF) in the prefabricated house industry in Sweden.
    Ann Occup Hyg.    impact factor:   1.577
    1995;  39(2): 167-79

    73:  Kivekas J, Riihimaki H, Husman K, Hanninen K, Harkonen H, Kuusela T, Pekkarinen M, Tola S, Zitting AJ.
    Seven-year follow-up of white-finger symptoms and radiographic wrist findings in lumberjacks and referents.
    Scand J Work Environ Health.    impact factor:   1.574
    1994;  20(2): 101-6

    74:  Izmerov NF.
    Current problems of nonionizing radiation.
    Scand J Work Environ Health.    impact factor:   1.574
    1985;  11(3 Spec No): 223-7

    75:  McCrillis RC, Burnet PG.
    Effects of burnrate, wood species, altitude, and stove type on woodstove emissions.
    Toxicol Ind Health.    impact factor:   1.545
    1990;  6(5): 95-102

    76:  McCrillis RC, Burnet PG.
    Effects of burnrate, wood species, altitude, and stove type on woodstove emissions.
    Toxicol Ind Health.    impact factor:   1.545
    1990;  6(5): 95-102

    77:  Brown CJ, Eaton RA, Thorp CH.
    Effects of chromated copper arsenate (CCA) wood preservative on early fouling community formation.
    Mar Pollut Bull.    impact factor:   1.539
    2001;  42(11): 1103-13

    78:  Brauer M, Hirtle RD, Hall AC, Yip TR.
    Monitoring personal fine particle exposure with a particle counter.
    J Expo Anal Environ Epidemiol.    impact factor:   1.489
    1999;  9(3): 228-36

    79:  Rubeck RF, Witzke DB.
    Faculty development: a field of dreams.
    Acad Med.    impact factor:   1.472
    1998;  73(9 Suppl): S32-7

    80:  Chelomina GN, Suzuki H, Tsuchiya K, Moriwaki K, Liapunova EA, Vorontsov NN.
    [Sequencing of the mtDNA cytochrome b gene and reconstruction of the matriarchal relationships between wood and field mice of the genus Apodemus (Muridae, Rodentia)]
    Genetika.    impact factor:   1.44
    1998;  34(5): 650-61

    81:  Chelomina GN.
    [DNA restriction polymorphism in European and Asiatic species of wood mice of the genus Apodemus]
    Genetika.    impact factor:   1.44
    1996;  32(10): 1381-6

    82:  Chelomina GN, Liapunova EA, Vorontsov NN, Suchiia K.
    [Molecular-genetic typing of three representatives of the transpalearctic species of forest and field mice (Apodemus, Muridae, Rodentia)]
    Genetika.    impact factor:   1.44
    1995;  31(6): 820-4

    83:  Boeskorov GG, Kartavtseva IV, Zagorodniuk IV, Belianin AN, Liapunova EA.
    [Nucleolus organizer regions and B-chromosomes of field mice (Mammalia, Rodentia, Apodemus)]
    Genetika.    impact factor:   1.44
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    84:  Chelomina GN.
    [Divergence of two families of repeated DNA in wood and field mice of the genus Apodemus (Muridae, Rodentia).]
    Genetika.    impact factor:   1.44
    1993;  29(7): 1163-71

    85:  Chelomina GN.
    [Differentiation of GC-rich restriction sites in the highly repeated DNA in Apodemus (Muridae, Rodentia]
    Genetika.    impact factor:   1.44
    1993;  29(7): 1172-9

    86:  Wendt PH, Van Dolah RF, Bobo MY, Mathews TD, Levisen MV.
    Wood preservative leachates from docks in an estuarine environment.
    Arch Environ Contam Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.437
    1996;  31(1): 24-37

    87:  Dell'Omo G, Shore RF.
    Behavioral and physiological effects of acute sublethal exposure to dimethoate on wood mice, Apodemus sylvaticus.
    Arch Environ Contam Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.437
    1996;  31(1): 91-7

    88:  Dell'Omo G, Shore RF.
    Behavioral effects of acute sublethal exposure to dimethoate on wood mice, Apodemus sylvaticus: II--Field studies on radio-tagged mice in a cereal ecosystem.
    Arch Environ Contam Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.437
    1996;  31(4): 538-42

    89:  Gorriz A, Llacuna S, Riera M, Nadal J.
    Effects of air pollution on hematological and plasma parameters in Apodemus sylvaticus and Mus musculus.
    Arch Environ Contam Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.437
    1996;  31(1): 153-8

    90:  Llacuna S, Gorriz A, Durfort M, Nadal J.
    Effects of air pollution on passerine birds and small mammals.
    Arch Environ Contam Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.437
    1993;  24(1): 59-66

    91:  Prado PJ.
    NMR hand-held moisture sensor.
    Magn Reson Imaging.    impact factor:   1.389
    2001;  19(3-4): 505-8

    92:  Bertora F, Biglieri E, Borgia GC, Fantazzini P, Macini P, Trequattrini A.
    A dedicated MRI apparatus for medical and industrial applications.
    Magn Reson Imaging.    impact factor:   1.389
    1994;  12(2): 329-31

    93:  Nishi JS, Elkin BT, Ellsworth TR.
    The Hook Lake Wood Bison Recovery Project: can a disease-free captive wood bison herd be recovered from a wild population infected with bovine tuberculosis and brucellosis?
    Ann N Y Acad Sci.    impact factor:   1.381
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    94:  't Mannetje A, Kogevinas M, Chang-Claude J, Cordier S, Gonzalez CA, Hours M, Jockel KH, Bolm-Audorff U, Lynge E, Porru S, Donato F, Ranft U, Serra C, Tzonou A, Vineis P, Wahrendorf J, Boffetta P.
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    125:  Anderson WR, Mitchell WR, Barnum DA, Julian RJ.
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    126:  Park YC, Grandcolas P, Choe JC.
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    130:  Cornelius ML, Daigle DJ, Connick WJ Jr, Parker A, Wunch K.
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    1991;  113(9-10): 320-3

    195:  Ren L, Xu J, Ma J, Zhang H, Zhuang B, Zhang L.
    [Antitumor action of lignum sappan]
    Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
    1990;  15(5): 306-7, 320

    196:  Thompson DG, Cowell JE, Daniels RJ, Staznik B, MacDonald LM.
    Liquid chromatographic method for quantitation of glyphosate and metabolite residues in organic and mineral soils, stream sediments, and hardwood foliage.
    J Assoc Off Anal Chem.    impact factor:   0
    1989;  72(2): 355-60

    197:  Evans MA.
    Ecology and removal of introduced rhesus monkeys: Desecheo Island National Wildlife Refuge, Puerto Rico.
    P R Health Sci J.    impact factor:   0
    1989;  8(1): 139-56

    198:  Linak WP, Ryan JV, Perry E, Williams RW, DeMarini DM.
    Chemical and biological characterization of products of incomplete combustion from the simulated field burning of agricultural plastic.
    JAPCA.    impact factor:   0
    1989;  39(6): 836-46

    199:  Rask-Andersen A.
    Organic dust toxic syndrome among farmers.
    Br J Ind Med.    impact factor:   0
    1989;  46(4): 233-8

    200:  Zhou YB.
    [Pharmacological actions of lignum Aquilariae Resinatum (Aquilaria agallocha Roxb.) on the smooth muscle of intestines]
    Zhong Yao Tong Bao.    impact factor:   0
    1988;  13(6): 40-2, 64

    201:  Middleton AC.
    Land disposal and spill site environments.
    Basic Life Sci.    impact factor:   0
    1984;  28: 137-49

    202:  Domres B, Kloss T.
    [External fixation of wood as an example of an adapted technic]
    Langenbecks Arch Chir.    impact factor:   0
    1984;  364: 331-4

    203:  Caldwell GS, Glickman SE, Smith ER.
    Seasonal aggression independent of seasonal testosterone in wood rats.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.    impact factor:   0
    1984;  81(16): 5255-7

    204:  Vidal F.
    [Lignum vitae: the panacea of the 16th century]
    Chir Dent Fr.    impact factor:   0
    1983;  53(226): 37-42

    205:  Soares VA, Marsden PD.
    Studies of the persistence of infectivity of Trypanosoma cruzi. III. Effect of human sweat.
    Rev Bras Pesqui Med Biol.    impact factor:   0
    1980;  13(1-3): 53-5

    206:  Bondarev GI, Demina DM, Dupik VS, Ratner EM.
    [Energy metabolism and the requirement for food and energy in Baikal-Amur mainline workers engaged in clearing strips through the forest]
    Vopr Pitan.    impact factor:   0
    1978;  (4): 60-3

    207:  Gundlach KK, Pfeifer G, Schmitz RW.
    [Branchiogenic preauricular fistulae]
    Dtsch Zahnarztl Z.    impact factor:   0
    1977;  32(7): 516-9

    208:  Bisset NG.
    The Asian species of Strychnos. I. Strychnos as a source of the drug lignum colubrinum (snake-wood).
    Lloydia.    impact factor:   0
    1972;  35(2): 95-116


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