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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2009A Review of the World's Commercial Pipeline of GM Crops and Implications for Asynchronous Approvals and TradeSTEIN Alexander Jivraj; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO Emilio
1996Review of Trace Elements in Blood, Serum and Urine for the Czech and Slovak Populations and Critical Evaluation of their Possible Use as Reference ValuesKUCERA Jan; BENCKO V.; SABBIONI Enrico; VAN DER VENNE M.t.
2011A review of undulated sediment features on Mediterranean prodeltas: distinguishing sediment transport structures from sediment deformationURGELES Roger; CATTANEO Antonio; PUIG Pere; LIQUETE GARCIA MARIA DEL CAMINO; DE MOL Ben; AMBLÀS David; SULTAN Nabil; TRINCARDI Fabio
2009Review of: Frank Snowden "The Conquest of Malaria: Italy, 1900-1962", Marcos Cueto "Cold War, Deadly Fever" and Sandra Sufian "Healing the Land, Healing the Nation"WEBER Thomas
2009Review of: W. Anderson "The Collectors of Lost Souls. Turning Kuru Scientists into Whitemen."WEBER Thomas
1998A Review on Analytical Methods to Determine the Geographical and Botanical Origin of Honey.ANKLAM Elke
1998Review on Cocoa Butter and Alternative Fats for Use in Chocolate. Part A. Compositional Data. Part B. Analytical Approaches for Identification and Determination.LIPP Markus; ANKLAM Elke
2000Review on Polyphenols in Theobroma Cacao: Changes in Composition during the Manufacture of Chcolate and Methodology for Identification and Quantification.WOLLGAST J.; ANKLAM Elke
2000Review on Polyphenols in Theobroma Cacao: Changes in Composition during the Manufacture of Chocolate and Methodology for Identification and Quantification.WOLLGAST J.; ANKLAM Elke
2007Review On Production Processes Of Decabromodiphenyl Ether (DECABDE) Used In Polymeric Applications In Electrical And Electronic Equipment, And Assessment Of The Availability Of Potential Alternatives To DECABDEPAKALIN SAZAN; COLE THOMAS; STEINKELLNER Johann; NICOLAS Ronan; TISSIER Chrystele; MUNN Sharon; EISENREICH STEVEN
2013A review on the indicator water footprint for the EU28VANHAM DAVY; BIDOGLIO Giovanni
2010REVIEW PAPER: Improving the use of modelling for projections of climate change impacts on crops and pastures.SOUSSANA Jean-Francois; GRAUX Anne-Isabelle; TUBIELLO FRANCESCO
2003The Review Programme in the European Union for Existing Biocidal Active Substances. Outcome of the Notification Process.SOBANSKA M. a.; ASCHBERGER Karin; RASMUSSEN Kirsten; PEDERSEN F.; KAPPES Dag
2009Review the Current Status of Traceability Methods in the Fisheries Sector Based on GeneticsCARVALHO Gary R.; HELYAR Sarah; BEKKEVOLD Dorte; VOLKERT Filip; HANEL Reinhold; MCPHEE Dan; FORD Michael J.; CARLSSON Jens; TRAUTNER Jochen; OGDEN Rob, et al
2010Review the genetic effects of exploitation on deep-sea fishesHELYAR Sarah; CARLSSON Jens; MARTINSOHN Jann
2002Review: the Global Methane Cycle: Isotopes and Mixing Ratios, Sources and Sinks.BREAS Olivier; GUILLOU Claude gualbert; RENIERO Fabiano; WADA Eitaro
2014Reviewing innovative Earth observation solutions for filling science-policy gaps in hydrologyLEHMAN Anthony; GIULIANI Gregory; RAY Nicolas; RAHMAN Kazi; ABBASPOUR Karim; NATIVI Stefano; CRAGLIA Massimo; CRIPE Douglas; QUEVAUVILLER Phillippe; BENISTON Martin
2010Reviewing the Nomenclature for High-Technology - The Sectoral ApproachLOSCHKY Alexander
2008Reviewing the Nomenclature for High-Technology Trade - The Sectoral ApproachLOSCHKY Alexander
2014Revised Guidance on the Detection of Genetically Modified Rice Originating from China Using Real-Time PCR for the detection of P-35S, T-nos and Cry1Ab/AcLIEVENS ANTOON; MAZZARA Marco; KREYSA JOACHIM
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