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Elemental profile of edible mushrooms from a forest near a major Romanian city

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Correlation Between the Concentration of Lead in the Blood of Dogs and People Living in the Same Environmental Conditions

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Optimal conditions for the biological removal of arsenic by a novel halophilic archaea in different conditions and its process optimization

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Quality Improvement of a Safety Valve with the Use of Numerical and Experimental Studies

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Urban Wastewater Management in Focus of Heavy Metal Contamination

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The Impact of Varied Fertilisation on the Concentration of Cadmium and Copper in Organs of Willow Trees (Salix Viminalis) / Wpływ Zróznicowanego Nawożenia Na Zawartość Kadmu I Miedzi W Wierzbie Wiciowej (Salix Viminalis )

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Zinc bioaccumulation by microbial consortium isolated from nickel smelter sludge disposal site

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Evaluation of Algae Farming Using the Chlorella Bioassay

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Innovative Research Into Road Restraint Systems

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Impact of nickel on grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.) root plasma membrane, ROS generation, and cell viability

References Agrawal, B., Czymmek, K. J., Sparks, D. L., Bais, H. P., 2013: Transient influx of nickel in root mitochondria modulates organic acid and reactive oxygen species production in nickel hyperaccumulator Alyssum murale. Journal of Biological Chemistry 8, 7351-7362. Ahmad, M. S., Ashraf, M., 2011: Essential roles and hazardous effects of nickel in plants. Review of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 214, 125-167. Baccouch, S., Chaoui, A., El Ferjani, E., 2006: Nickel toxicity induces oxidative

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