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TitleControlled Release of Pesticides and Pharmaceuticals [electronic resource] / edited by Danny H. Lewis
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 1981
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Descript IX, 340 p. online resource


Controlled Release: Benefits vs. Risks -- Experimental Approaches for Achieving Both Zero-Order and Modulated Controlled Release from Polymer Matrix Systems -- Pharmacokinetic Modeling of Gentamicin Release from a Prosthetic Heart Valve -- Controlled Drug Release from Polymeric Matrices Involving Moving Boundaries -- Anthracycline-DNA Complexes as Slow-Release Preparations in the Treatment of Acute Leukemia -- Biological Activities and Targeting of Soluble Macromolecules -- Hydrophilic/Hydrophobic Control of Steroid Release from a Cortisol โ{128}{148} Polyglutamic Acid Sustained Release System -- Potential Delivery of Contraceptive Agents to the Female Reproductive Tract -- Release of Drugs from IUDs Using an Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Matrix -- Fibrous Polymers for the Delivery of Contraceptive Steroids to the Female Reproductive Tract -- Controlled Release of Metribuzin, 2,4-D, and Model Aromatic Amines from Polysaccharides and Poly(Vinyl Alcohol) -- Synthesis and Properties of Urea Formaldehyde Resins Generating 2,6-Dichlorobenzonitrile -- Polymers Containing Pendent Insecticides -- Antifouling Polymers: Room-Temperature-Curing Organotin Polymers -- Synthesis and Properties of New Copolymers and Terpolymers with Pendent Organotin Moieties -- Characterization of Bioactive Organotin Polymers: Fractionation and Determination of MW by SEC-GFAA -- Controlled-Release Organotin Pesticides Biochemistry : Toxicology : Environmental Factors -- Optimal Formulations with Phantolid for Extending the Duration of Effectiveness of Trimedlure and Methyl (E)-6-Nonenoate as Attractants to Male Mediterranean Fruit Flies -- Controlled-Release Formulations and Their Use in Insect Crop Protection -- Controlled Release Temephos: Laboratory and Field Evaluations -- TRI-n-Butyltin Fluoride as a Controlled-Release Mosquito Larvicide -- Fermentation Per Se as a Biological Slow Delivery Mechanism for Releasing Cofactors of Fruit Fly Attractants -- Implantable Systems for Delivery of Insect Growth Regulators to Livestock.II -- Sustained-Release Systems for Livestock Pest Control -- Controlled-Release Feed Additives for Ruminants: I. Cellulose-Based Coating Compositions for Rumen-Stable Nutrients

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