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Relationship between soil test methods and uptake of copper and zinc by grasses on polluted soils


Communications in Soil Science & Plant Analysis 25(9-10): 1313-1320
Relationship between soil test methods and uptake of copper and zinc by grasses on polluted soils


Accession: 002477987

DOI: 10.1080/00103629409369117



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