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Antioxidative Responses of Microalgae to Heavy Metals

. Physiological parameters utilization for metals ecotoxicity determination. Acta Environ. Univ. Comenianae (Bratislava). 20: 7-13. G est N., G autier H. & S tevens R. 2013. Ascorbate as seen through plant evolution: the rise of a successful molecule? J. Exp. Bot. 64: 33-53. G oiris K., V an C olen W., W ilches I., L eón -T amariz F., D e C ooman L. & M uylaert K. 2015. Impact of nutrient stress on antioxidant production in three species of microalgae. Algal. Res. 7: 51-57. H amed S. M., Z inta G., K löck G., A sard H., S elim S. & A

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Exploration of Regeneration Potential of Extinct Plants Starting From Old Seeds, by in Vitro Technology

References [1] Burnouf-Radosevich M., Paupardin C., 1985. Vegetative Propagation of Chenopodium quinoa by Shoot Tip Culture, American Journal of Botany, Vol. 72, No. 2, pp. 278-283 [2] Benedec D, Hanganu D, Oniga I, Filip L, Bischin C, Silaghi-Dumitrescu R, Tiperciuc B, Vlase L, 2016. Achillea schurii Flowers: Chemical, Antioxidant, and Antimicrobial Investigations. Molecules (Basel, Switzerland), PubMed, Volume: 21 Issue: 8 Pages [3] Danso, K. E. and Ford-Lioyd, B. V. 2003. Encapsulation of Nodal Cutting and

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Possibilities and limitations of using Lemna minor, Hydrocharis morsus-ranae and Ceratophyllum demersum in removing metals with contaminated water

treatment of selenium-rich mining wastewater and production of renewable fuels and petrochemicals. Journal of Sustainable Bioenergy Systems. No. 4 p. 97–112. M iretzky P., S aralegui A., C irelli A. F. 2006. Simultaneous heavy metal removal mechanism by dead macrophytes. Chemosphere. No. 62 p. 247–254. M ishra S., S rivastava S., T ripathi R.D., K umar R., S eth C.S., G upta D.K. 2006. Lead detoxification by coontail ( Ceratophyllum demersum L.) involves induction of phytochelatins and antioxidant system in response to its accumulation. Chemosphere

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Response of Tomato Plants (Solanum lycopersicum) to Stress Induced by Sb(III)

REFERENCES B enhamdi A., B entellis A., R ached O., D u L aing G. & M echakra A. 2014. Effects of antimony and arsenic on antioxidant enzyme activities of two steppic plant species in an old antimony mining area. Biol. Trace. Elem. Res. 158: 96-104. B radford M.M. 1976. Rapid and sensitive method for the quantitation of microgram quantities of protein utilizing the principle of protein-dye binding. Anal. Biochem. 72: 248-254. D ing Y., W ang R., G uo J., W u F., X u Y. & F eng R. 2015. The effect of selenium on the subcellular

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