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Trace elements accumulation in soft parts of six edible bivalve molluscs inhabiting Alexandria coast, Egypt



Trace elements accumulation in soft parts of six edible bivalve molluscs inhabiting Alexandria coast, Egypt



Journal of the Egyptian German Society of Zoology 31(D): 27-36




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