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Mechanisms of stress avoidance and tolerance by plants used in phytoremediation of heavy metals

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Archives of Environmental Protection

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2015

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No 4

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Polish Academy of Sciences

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2015[2015.01.01 AD - 2015.12.31 AD]

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ISSN 2083-4772 ; eISSN 2083-4810

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DOI

10.1515/aep-2015-0045

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