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Hormesis under oil-induced stress in Leersia hexandra Sw. used as phytoremediator in clay soils of the Mexican humid tropic

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Hormesis under oil-induced stress in Leersia hexandra Sw. used as phytoremediator in clay soils of the Mexican humid tropic
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Ecotoxicology, September 2019
DOI 10.1007/s10646-019-02106-1
Authors

José Alberto Orocio-Carrillo, María del Carmen Rivera-Cruz, Emilio Manuel Aranda-Ibañez, Antonio Trujillo-Narcía, Geovanni Hernández-Galvez, María Remedios Mendoza-López

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#12,425,901
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#710
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