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An enquiry into work environmental status and health of workers involved in production of incense sticks in city of Bangalore.

Rathnakara U P, Krishna Murthy V, Rajmohan H R, Nagarajan L, Vasundhra M K

Year : 1992| Volume: 36| Issue : 2 | Page no: 38-44

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