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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

Publishing House: BioResources
  original article Journal Date Title Authors All Authors
1 [GO] BioResources 2021―Aug―24 Green solvents, plant metabolites, and COVID-19: Challenges and perspectives Michal Jablonský, František Kreps, Aleš Ház, Jozef Šima, Jozef Jablonský
2 [GO] BioResources 2021―Jul―29 How are small and medium enterprises in Malaysia’s furniture industry coping with COVID-19 pandemic? Early evidences from a survey and recommendations for policymakers Jegatheswaran Ratnasingam, Albert Khoo, Natkuncaran Jegathesan, Lum Chee Wei, Hazirah Ab Latib, Ganesh Thanasegaran, et al. (+4)
3 [GO] BioResources 2021―Jul―21 How to protect factory workers from COVID-19? Dina M. Elshenawi, Yuefen Wang
4 [GO] BioResources 2021―Jul―07 Cellulose fibers (dominant protecting means/tool) against COVID-19. Facemasks pros, cons, and challenges Michal Jablonský, Ján Homola, Michal Masaryk, Monika Sláviková, Mária Homolová, Alexandra Bražinová, Svetozár Katuščák
5 [GO] BioResources 2021―Jun―24 Digital marketing during the COVID-19 pandemic: A case study of its adoption by furniture manufacturers in Malaysia Jegatheswaran Ratnasingam, Natkuncaran Jegathesan, Hazirah Ab Latib, Florin Ioras, Manohar Mariapan, Lim Choon Liat
6 [GO] BioResources 2021―Jun―09 Education, research, and dishwashers in the time of COVID-19 John A. Heitmann
7 [GO] BioResources 2021―Jun―07 Effectiveness of online teaching and learning of wood science and technology courses during the COVID-19 pandemic: Early evidences from a survey of Malaysian universities Jegatheswaran Ratnasingam, Natkuncaran Jegathesan, Hazirah Ab Latib, Lee Yan Yi, Manohar Mariapan, Florin Ioras, Amir Affan Abdul Azim
8 [GO] BioResources 2021―Jan―26 COVID-19: Challenges and perspectives for the pulp and paper industry worldwide Kun Liu, Hui Wang, Huayu Liu, Shuanxi Nie, Haishun Du, Chuanling Si


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