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Biological implications of metals in the environment
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[by] Harvey Drucker and Raymond Wildung
|Author(s)||Drucker, H. ; Wildung, R.E.|
|Springfield : U.S. Department of Commerce|
|ERDA symposium series. Technical Information Center. Energy Research and Development Administration (no. 42)|
|On paper||FORUM ; STACKS ; 446B33|
|Keyword(s) (cab)||environment / pollutants / pollution / adverse effects / metals / toxic substances / osmosis / tropisms / chemistry / indicator plants / inorganic compounds / plant composition / physiology / metabolism / body composition / ecology / biogeography / hydrobiology / chemical analysis / exposure / environmental degradation / kinetics / physical factors / chemical factors / ecotoxicology|
|Environmental Toxicology, Ecotoxicology / Environmental Pollution|
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