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  • Karaman A.M., Mimica-Dukic M.N., Matavuly N.M. (2009): Lignicolous fungi from northern Serbia as natural sources of antioxidants. Central European Journal of Biology (in press).
  • Marjanovic D.M., Vukcevic M.M., Antonovic D.G., Dimitrijevic S.I., Jovanovic DJ.M., Matavulj M.N., Ristic M.DJ.: HEAVY METALS CONCENTRATION IN SOILS FROM PARKS AND GREEN AREAS IN BELGRADE, Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society, 2009, Vol. x, No. xx, str.xxx-xxx u štampi- 2009.
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  • Petrović O., Knežević P., Marković J., Rončević S. (2008): Screening method for detection of hydrocarbon-oxidizing bacteria in oil-contaminated water and soil specimens. Journal ofMicrobiological Methods. 74:110-113.  
  • Karaman A. M., Mimica-Dukic M. N., Knežević P.N., Matavulj N.M. (2007): Antioxidative andantibacterial activity of some lignicolous basidiomicetous fungi from Serbia. International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms, 9, 3&4: 330-331. ISSN: 1521-9437
  • Yovanovicy Dy.; Kevreshan Zh.; Matavuly M. (2006): THE CONSEQUENCES OF LEAD PETROL USE ON LEAD CONTENT IN CABBAGE ALONG THE MOTORWAY. Petroleum and Coal, 48, 2: 43-46. Issn:1337-7027 (www.vurup.sk/pc).  
  • Mimica-Dukić N., Božin B., Soković M., Mihajlović B., Matavulj M. (2003): Antimicrobial and Antioxidant Activities of Three Mentha Species Essential Oils. Planta Medica; 69:413-419.
  • Tamas, I., Svircev, Z., Andersson, S.G.E. (2000): Determinative value of a portion of the nifH sequence for the genera Nostoc and Anabaena (Cyanobacteria). Current Microbiology 41 (3), pp. 197-200.
  • Todorović R., Matavulj M., Kandrač J., Grujić S. (1993): Multiplicity of extracellular ß-glucosidase from Gliocladium virens C2R1. Microbios; 75: 217-226.
  • Matavulj M., Moss S.T., Molitoris, H.P. (1992): DEGRADATION OF POLY-b-HYDROXYALKANOATE-BASED PLASTICS IN NATURAL ENVIRONMENT, FEMS Microbiology Reviews 103: 465-466.
  • Matavulj M., Molitoris, H.P., (1992): FUNGAL DEGRADATION OF POLYHYDROXYALKANOATES AND A SEMIQUANTITATIVE ASSAY FOR SCREENING THEIR DEGRADATION  BY TERRESTRIAL FUNGI.  FEMS Microbiology Reviews; 103: 323-332.
  • Matavulj M., Bokorov M., Gajin S., Gantar M., Stojilković S., Flint K.P. (1990): PHOSPHATASE ACTIVITY OF WATER AS A MONITORING PARAMETER. Water Science and Technology; 22 (5): 63-68.
  • Todorović R., Grujić S., Matavulj, M. (1990): PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ß-GLUCOSIDASE FROM Gliocladium virens. J. Serb. Chem. Soc. (ISSN-0352-5139), 55 (7): 389-393.
  • Gajin S., Gantar M., Matavulj M., Petrovic O. (1990): The long term investigation of the river Danube water Quality in the Yugoslav section according to microbiological parameters. Water Science and Technology; 22, 5, p. 39-44.
  • Todorović R., Grujić S., Kandrač Y., Matavulj M. (1989): SOME PROPERTIES OF ß- GLUCOSIDASEFROM Gliocladium virens C2-R1. Biotechnology and Applied Biochemistry; 11: 459-463.
  • Todorović R., Matavulj M., Grujić S. (1987): THE HYDROLYSIS OF CARBOHYDRATE FROM WHEAT STRAW BY ENZYMES FROM Gliocladium virens AND Trichoderma harzianum  MOLDS. J. Serb. Chem. Soc. (ISSN-0352-5139), 52(3):133-137.
  • Todorović R., Grujić S., Matavulj M.  (1987): EFFECT OF REACTION END-PRODUCTS ON THE ACTIVITY OF CELLULOLYTIC ENZYMES AND XYLANASE OF Trichoderma harzianum. Microbios Letters, 36: 113- 119.
  • Matavulj M., Flint K.P. (1987): A MODEL FOR ACID AND ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE ACTIVITY IN A SMALL POND. Microbial Ecology; 13 (2): 141-158.