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Co-pyrolysis of waste polymers with coal

Journal Article published Dec 1998 in Macromolecular Symposia volume 135 issue 1 on pages 19 to 23

Authors: P. Straka, J. Buchtele, J. Kovářová

Periodontitis and Diabetes Mellitus

Chapter published 14 Nov 2012 in Pathophysiology and Complications of Diabetes Mellitus

Authors: Michal Straka, Michaela Straka-Trapezanlidis

Electrophoretic separation of inorganic cations on cellulose acetate

Journal Article published Jan 1967 in Analytica Chimica Acta volume 38 on pages 249 to 254

Authors: K. Aitzetmuller, K. Buchtele, F. Grass

A model of the secondary decomposition of hydrocarbons during carbonization

Journal Article published Jul 1972 in Fuel volume 51 issue 3 on pages 228 to 234

Authors: J. Romovaček, J. Buchtele, O. Weiser

Runoff changes simulated using a rainfall-runoff model

Journal Article published 1993 in Water Resources Management volume 7 issue 4 on pages 273 to 287

Authors: Josef Buchtele

Role of vegetation in the variability of water regimes in the Šumava Mts forest

Journal Article published 1 Jan 2006 in Biologia volume 61 issue 19

Authors: Josef Buchtele, Marie Buchtelová, Miroslav Tesař

The time variability of evapotranspiration and soil water storage in long series of rainfall-runoff process

Journal Article published 1 Jan 2009 in Biologia volume 64 issue 3

Authors: Josef Buchtele, Miroslav Tesař

Plastic Surgery: Indications, Operations, and Outcomes.

Journal Article published Jul 2001 in Otology & Neurotology volume 22 issue 4 on page 573

Authors: John A. Straka, Matthew B. Straka

Tom Straka on Chris Kreider's 'Ward Charcoal Ovens' and Nevada's Carbonari

Journal Article published 1 Apr 2006 in Environmental History volume 11 issue 2 on pages 344 to 349

Authors: T. J. Straka

Transaktionsanalytische Psychotherapie (TA)

Chapter published in Psychotherapeutische Diagnostik on pages 171 to 177

Authors: Amanda Berghold-Straka