Melvil Decimal System: 668.65
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Agriculture & Animal Husbandry
Handicraft and Occupations
Chemistry; Chemical Engineering
Foods: Sugar, Starch, etc.
Lights: Gas, Oil, Candles, etc.
Ceramics: Glass, Clay, Cement, etc.
Bleaching; Dyeing; Inks; Paints
Other Organic Chemic Industries
Adhesives and Sealants
Fragrances and Cosmetics
Pesticides, Fungicides, Herbicides
Works under MDS 668.65
- Synthesis and Chemistry of Agrochemicals (Acs Symposium Series) by Don R. Baker
- Fundamentals of pesticides : a self-instruction guide by George Whitaker Ware
- Biotechnology in Invertebrate Pathology and Cell Culture by Karl Maramorosch
- Controlled release of pesticides and pharmaceuticals by lewisdannyh
- Synthesis and Chemistry of Agrochemicals II (Acs Symposium Series) by Don R. Baker
- Herbicides: Chemistry, Degradation, and Mode of Action, Vol. 1 by P. C. Kearney
- Pesticide Formulations: Innovations and Developments (Acs Symposium Series) by Barrington Cross
- Chemistry of Crop Protection by Günther Voss
- Chlorendic Acid and Anhydride (Environmental Health Criteria Series) by Who
- Pesticide Chemistry: Crop Protection, Public Health, Environmental Safety by Hideo Ohkawa
- Safe Use of Pesticides by World Health Organization
- Insecticide action : from molecule to organism by Toshio Narahashi
- Leather conservatioin center : Fungicides used on leather by C. N. Calnal
- Fungicides, BIocides and Preservative for Industrial and Agricultural Applications by Ernest W. Flick
- Manual of chemical methods for pesticides and devices by United States.,
- Aquatic Plant Identification and Herbicide Use Guide by Howard E. Westerdahl
- Pesticide synthesis handbook by ungerthomasa
- Herbicides : chemistry, degradation, and mode of action by Donald DeVere Kaufman
- Glyphosate : a unique global herbicide by John E. Franz
- Interactions between adjuvants, agrochemicals, and target organisms by hollowaypj
- Chemistry and Specifications of Pesticides : WHO Technical Report Series, No 899 by controlwhoexpertcomm
- Herbicides inhibiting branched-chain amino acid biosynthesis : recent developments by stetterj
- Light-Activated Pest Control (ACS Symposium Series 616) by James R. Heitz
- Analytical methods for pesticides and plant growth regulators. Volume XI, Updated general techniques and additional pesticides by Gunter Zweig
- Light-Activated Pesticides (ACS Symposium Series 339) by James R. Heitz
- Analytical methods for pesticides, plant growth regulators, and food additives. Volume II, Insecticides by Gunter Zweig
- Analytical methods for pesticides, plant growth regulators, and food additives. Volume IV, Herbicides by Gunter Zweig
- Control technology for the formulation and packing of pesticides
- Databook of biocides : biocides included in article 95 list by Anna Wypych
- Methomyl (Environmental Health Criteria S.) by World Health Organization
- Soils and Crop Protection Chemicals (Monograph, No 27) by R. J. Hance
- Pyrethrum flowers : production, chemistry, toxicology, and uses by John E. Casida
- Nanogen index : a dictionary of pesticides and chemical pollutants by Kingsley Packer
- Pesticide Manufacture and Toxic Materials Control Encyclopedia (Chemical Technology Review, 168) by Marshall Sittig
- Chemistry of pesticides. by K. H. Büchel
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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