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Lead, cadmium, copper, zinc and nickel distributions in the soils and vegetables of an intensely cultivated area, and the levels of lead, copper and zinc in the growers

Lead, cadmium, copper, zinc and nickel distributions in the soils and vegetables of an intensely cultivated area, and the levels of lead, copper and zinc in the growers

Proceedings - Conference on Trace Substances in Environmental Health 8(8): 16-17

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