The Scientific World Journal

Table of Contents: 2001

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  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 1
  • - Article ID 407640
  • - Research Article

Nutritional Methods to Decrease N Losses from Open-Dirt Feedlots in Nebraska

Galen E. Erickson | Terry J. Klopfenstein
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  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 1
  • - Article ID 623247
  • - Research Article

Managing N Inputs and the Effect on N Losses Following Excretion in Open-Dirt Feedlots in Nebraska

Galen E. Erickson | Terry J. Klopfenstein
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  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 1
  • - Article ID 323187
  • - Research Article

Sampling Ozone Exposure of Canadian Forests at Different Scales: Some Case Studies

R.M. Cox | J.W. Malcolm | ... | T.P.W. Williams
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  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 1
  • - Article ID 915832
  • - Research Article

N-Losses and Energy Use in a Scenario for Conversion to Organic Farming

Tommy Dalgaard | Chris Kjeldsen | ... | Jorgen F. Hansen
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  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 1
  • - Article ID 657435
  • - Research Article

Passive Sampler for Measurements of Atmospheric Nitric Acid Vapor (HNO3) Concentrations

Andrzej Bytnerowicz | Pamela E. Padgett | ... | David P. Jones
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  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 1
  • - Article ID 610168
  • - Research Article

Cost-Effective Emission Abatement in Europe Considering Interrelations in Agriculture

Corjan Brink | Ekko van Ierland | ... | Carolien Kroeze
  • The Scientific World Journal -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 1
  • - Article ID 627247
  • - Directions in Science

Structure of Influenza A Virus Promoter and its Implications for Viral RNA Synthesis

Sung-Hun Bae | Byong-Seok Choi
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  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 1
  • - Article ID 393728
  • - Research Article

Spatial Distribution of Nitrogen on Grazed Karst Landscapes

Douglas G. Boyer | Ghiath A. Alloush
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  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 1
  • - Article ID 570929
  • - Directions in Science

Suppression of Tumor Angiogenesis by Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs: A New Function for Old Drugs

Curzio Raegg | Olivier Dormond
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  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 1
  • - Article ID 867641
  • - Research Article

Multicompartment Ecosystem Mass Balances as a Tool for Understanding and Managing the Biogeochemical Cycles of Human Ecosystems

Lawrence A. Baker | Diane Hope | ... | Jennifer Edmonds
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  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 1
  • - Article ID 512108
  • - Research Article

Occurrence and Antibiotic Resistance of Mesophilic Aeromonas in Three Riverine Freshwaters of Marrakech, Morocco

Boujamaa Imziln
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  • - Volume 1
  • - Article ID 956452
  • - Research Article

Potential for Ammonia Recapture by Farm Woodlands: Design and Application of a New Experimental Facility

Mark R. Theobald | Mark C. Milford | ... | Mark M. A. Sutton
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  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 1
  • - Article ID 924250
  • - Research Article

Spatial and Annual Temporal Distribution of Ozone Concentrations in the Madrid Basin Using Passive Samplers

M.J. Sanz | F. Sanz | G. Sanchez-Peaa
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  • - Volume 1
  • - Article ID 615751
  • - Research Article

Nitrogen Exchanges: Testing the Hypothesis of a Country without Agricultural Production

M.-F. Slak | L. Commagnac | ... | S. Muller
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  • - Volume 1
  • - Article ID 898745
  • - Research Article

Nitrogen Loss Estimation Worksheet (NLEW): An Agricultural Nitrogen Loading Reduction Tracking Tool

Deanna L. Osmond | Lin Xu | ... | Stephen H. Pratt
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