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  • [Info] Sulfuric Acid Rain Effects on Crop Yield and Foliar Injury (Corvallis, OR: Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, ca. 1980), by Jeffrey J. Lee, Grady E. Neely, and Shelton C. Perrigan
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  • [Info] Arsenic, by Assembly of Life Sciences (page images with commentary at NAP)
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  • [Info] New Experiments Upon Vipers, With Exquisite Remedies, That May Be Drawn From Them, As Well For the Cure of Their Bitings, As For That of Other Maladies; Also a Letter of Francisco Redi, Concerning Some Objections Made Upon His Observations About Vipers, Written To Monsieur Bourdelot and Mr. Alex. Morus; Together With the Sequel of New Experiments Upon Vipers, In a Reply To a Letter Written By Sign. F. Redi (London: Printed for J. Martyn, 1673), by Moyse Charas and Francesco Redi

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