Hitlist - : Clint
Hitlist - : Clint

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  1. Agricultural research after Chernobyl. (1988)
Clint G M
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  2. Caesium cycling in heather moorland ecosystems. (1994)
Horrill A D, Clint G M
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Horrill, A D (Dave) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  3. Distribution and recycling of radiocaesium in heather dominated ecosystems. (1990)
Harrison A F, Clint G M et al
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Harrison, A F (Tony) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  4. Ecological significance of the research results obtained. (1990)
Harrison A F, Clint G M et al
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  5. Fusicoccin activates energy-coupled K+ uptake by stomatal guard cells. (1989)
Blatt M R, Clint G M
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  6. Influence of plant potassium content, potassium availability and plant age on 137Cs uptake rate. (1990)
Jones H E J, Clint G M et al
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  7. Influence of soil type, potassium availability and mycorrhizal infection on the radiocaesium accumulation and distribution in heathers and attendant grasses and other species. (1990)
Harrison A F, Poskitt J M et al
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  8. Mechanisms of fusicoccin action: evidence for concerted modulations of secondary K+ transport in a higher plant cell. (1989)
Clint G M, Blatt M R
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  9. Mechanisms of fusicoccin action: kinetic modification and inactivation of K+ channels in guard cells. (1989)
Blatt M R, Clint G M
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  10. The release of 137Cs from plant litters and the interactions of microbial activity in this process. (1990)
Harrison A F, Clint G M et al
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  11. The release of caesium-137 from plant litters and the effects of microbial activity on this process. (1990)
Clint G M, Harrison A F et al
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  12. The role of fungi in radiocaesium movement in soil. (1992)
Dighton J, Clint G M
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  13. Uptake of radiocaesium 137Cs by mycorrhizal and non-mycorrhizal plants and fungi. (1990)
Clint G M, Dighton J et al
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