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Physico-chemical and biological properties of effluent-affected soil at Varanasi, India






Environmental Conservation 16(3): 263-266

Physico-chemical and biological properties of effluent-affected soil at Varanasi, India

The effects of industrial effluents on the physicochemical properties and the mycoflora of the soil was investigated around a fertilizer factory near Varanasi.

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Accession: 001909523

DOI: 10.1017/s037689290000936x



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