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  • NAKAZAKI Mineko ID: 9000006048101

    Center for Chronological Research, Nagoya University (2008 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:2

    • Quantitative chemical analysis of rocks with X-ray fluorescence analyzer XRF-1800 (2004)
    • The place name 'Umi' in Kamiyahagi of Ena City originated from the damming by a landslide triggered by Tensho Earthquake in 1586(Proceedings of the 20^<th> Symposium on Chronological Studies at the Nagoya University Center for Chronological Research in 2007) (2008)
  • NAKAZAKI Mineko ID: 9000006676984

    Articles in CiNii:43

    • 一般健常者における有機リン系農薬の尿中代謝物検出状況について (2003)
    • 成人男性の尿中過酸化脂質(チオバルビツール酸反応物質)と飲酒・喫煙習慣 (1995)
    • A research on fluoride concentrations in percolates of Chinese tea leaves and black tea bags (2007)
  • NAKAZAKI Mineko ID: 9000256750782

    Toyama Institute of Health (2000 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Follow-up Study on Urinary Levels of Organophosphorus Pesticide Metabolites. (2000)
  • NAKAZAKI Mineko ID: 9000283503188

    Division of Environmental Health, Toyama Institute of Health (2014 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Use of Soil Fumigants and Subjective Symptoms of Cut Flower Farmers - A Survey by Interview (2014)
  • NAKAZAKI Mineko ID: 9000313200415

    Division of Environmental Health, Toyama Institute of Health (2015 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Monitoring of Pesticide Exposure in Cut Flower Farmers and Health Risk:Interview with Heavily Exposed Persons (2015)
  • Nakazaki Mineko ID: 9000002251870

    Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Nagoya University (1998 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • An 85 ± 5 Ma CHIME age for the Agigawa welded tuff sheet in the oldest volcanic sequence of the Nohi Rhyolite, central Japan (1998)
  • Nakazaki Mineko ID: 9000351077512

    Division of Environmental Health, Toyama Institute of Health, Japan (2017 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Pesticide exposure and subjective symptoms of cut-flower farmers (2017)
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