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Heavy Metal Phytoremediation from Aquatic Ecosystems with Special Reference to Macrophytes



Heavy Metal Phytoremediation from Aquatic Ecosystems with Special Reference to Macrophytes



Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 39(9): 697-753




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DOI: 10.1080/10643380801910058


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