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. Martin , T. R. Holdich , D. M. 1986 The acute lethal toxicity of heavy-metals to peracarid crustaceans (with particular reference to fresh-water asellids and gammarids) Water

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Water Resources Research . Three of them were published by authors from the US, more than any other country. A review paper, titled “A review of potentially low-cost sorbents for heavy metals”, received the most citations (742). It was published in

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oxidative stress has been accelerating the development of other relevant disciplines, such as environmental science. Much research has proved that environmental pollutants such as heavy metals and particulate matter can cause human cell damage by oxidative

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.7%) Transgene 166 (2.5%) 7 Hairy root 39 (2.6%) Heavy metal 161 (2

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Authors: N. Nikolic, J.-L. Baglinière, C. Rigaud, C. Gardes, M. L. Masquilier, and C. Taverny

highest between all species studied for European eel (5.44%) ( Table 2 ). Pollutants such as polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, and heavy metals may induce lethal effects in fish in riverine environments. Highly

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ringdown spectroscopy . New Journal of Chemistry 29 7 867 – 874 10.1039/b504628a . Veglio , F , Esposito , A , Reverberi , AP 2003 Standardisation of heavy metal biosorption tests: Equilibrium and

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nanoparticles can provide a number of opportunities: high absorption that can help remove arsenic and other heavy metals, anti-microbial properties, fouling-resistant, filtration membranes, florescence that can detect pathogens and other primary pollutants

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