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Testing particles using the algal growth inhibition test (OECD 201): the suitability of in vivo chlorophyll fluorescence measurements

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Testing particles using the algal growth inhibition test (OECD 201): the suitability of in vivo chlorophyll fluorescence measurements
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Environmental Sciences Europe, May 2022
DOI 10.1186/s12302-022-00623-1
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Kerstin Hund-Rinke, Ruben Schlinkert, Karsten Schlich

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#17,229,015
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#424
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