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What does VKOR stand for?
Vitamin K epoxide reductose
Vitamin K organ resistance
Vitamin K oxide reductose
Vitamin K ordinary resistance
Which gene is responsible for rodenticide resistance?
When was resistance to bromadiolone and difenacoum first discovered?
Which of the following is the most resistant?
A heterozygous animal
An animal with two copies of normal code
A homozygous animal
All are equally resistant
Which of the following actives is effective against all strains of resistant rats and mice?
What has research at Reading discovered about Y139C mice?
Highly resistant to flocoumafen
Highly resistance to bromadiolone
Highly resistant to difenacoum
Highly resistant to difethialone
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