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Interactions between Energetic Ions and Biological Organisms

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Rice Seed Linear Energy Transfer Target Atom Biological Organism Implantation Dose 
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Further Reading

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    Lu, G.Y., Biophysics (in Chinese, Wuhan University Press, Wuhan, 2000).Google Scholar
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    Gao, B.H. and Cui, S.Y., Vacuum Physics (in Chinese, 1st ed., Scientific Publishing, Beijing, 1983).Google Scholar
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    Qiu, G.Y. and Feng, S.Y., Radiobiophysics (in Chinese, Wuhan University Press, Wuhan, 1990).Google Scholar
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    Hall, E.J., Radiobiology for the Rradiologist (4th ed., Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1994).Google Scholar
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    Zhu, R.B., et al., Radiobiology (in Chinese, Science Press, Beijing, 1990).Google Scholar
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    Yu, Z.L., Low Energy Ion Biology, Science (Chinese), 4(1993)36–39Google Scholar

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