By Ettore Capri and Dimitrios Karpouzas (Eds.)
, Pages ix-x, Ettore Capri, Dimitrios Karpouzas
Chapter 1 - Rice Cultivation within the E.U. Ecological stipulations and Agronomical Practices
, Pages 1-24, Aldo Ferrero, Antorsio Tinarelli
Chapter 2 - Regulatory points of Pesticide hazard Assessment
, Pages 25-43,253, Andrew Craven, James Garratt, Laura Padovani
Chapter three - Will hazard evaluate support danger Management?
, Pages 45-58, Mark H.M.M. Montforts
Chapter four - Water source infection in Italian Paddy Areas
, Pages 59-67, Ettore Capri
Chapter five - Ecotoxicology of Rice Pesticides
, Pages 69-90, Jose V. Tarazona, G. Peter Dohmen
Chapter 6 - Pesticide publicity evaluation in Rice Paddies: The Lower-Tier Analysis
, Pages 91-123, S. Cervelli, R. Jackson
Chapter 7 - greater Tier publicity overview in Rice Paddy components: a eu Perspective
, Pages 125-165,254, D.G. Karpouzas, Z. Miao
Chapter eight - Pesticide publicity evaluation in Rice Paddy components: A jap Perspective
, Pages 167-214, H. Watanabe, okay. Inao, S.H. Vu, T.K. Phong, S. Ishihara, okay. Takagi, J. Tournebize
Chapter nine - larger Tier publicity checks in Rice Paddy parts: An American Perspective
, Pages 215-236, Amy M. Ritter, W. Martin Williams
Chapter 10 - Socio-Economic and Environmental Cost-Benefit research of Rice Cultivation
, Pages 237-247,255, G. Canali
, Page 249
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