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Quantification of catechol dioxygenase gene expression in soil during degradation of 2,4-dichlorophenol
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1former name for pyrocatechol.
2 any aromatic o‐diol; any compound containing a pyrocatechol nucleus or substituent. Compare hydroquinone (def. 2), quinone (def. 2).
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