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Comparative study of the trophic transfer of 2 mercury compounds mercuric chloride and methyl mercuric chloride between chlorella vulgaris and daphnia magna influence of temperature



Comparative study of the trophic transfer of 2 mercury compounds mercuric chloride and methyl mercuric chloride between chlorella vulgaris and daphnia magna influence of temperature



Bulletin of Environmental Contamination & Toxicology 27(5): 624-629




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