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CR(VI) phytoremediation by hairy roots of Brassica napus: assessing efficiency, mechanisms involved, and post-removal toxicity

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CR(VI) phytoremediation by hairy roots of Brassica napus: assessing efficiency, mechanisms involved, and post-removal toxicity
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Environmental Science & Pollution Research, January 2020
DOI 10.1007/s11356-019-07258-5
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Romina Perotti, Cintia Elizabeth Paisio, Elizabeth Agostini, María Inés Fernandez, Paola Solange González

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#12,611,641
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#2,937
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#71
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