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Heavy Metal Uptake by Novel Miscanthus Seed-Based Hybrids Cultivated in Heavy Metal Contaminated Soil

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Heavy Metal Accumulation in Leaves of Hydrocharis Morsus-Ranae L. and Biomonitoring Applications

Accumulator Plants , in: Plants that Hyperaccumulate Heavy Metals: Their Roles in Phytoremediation, Microbiology, Archaeology, Mineral Exploration and Phytomining, ed. R.R. Brooks, Oxon, CAB International 1998, 203-226. 7. Campo G., Orsi M., Badino G., Giacomelli R., Spezzano P.: Evaluation of motorway pollution in a moutain ecosystem. Pilot project: Susa Valley (Northwest Italy) years 1990-1994, Science of the Total Environment, 189/190 (1996) 161-166. 8. Dojlido J.R.: Chemia wód powierzchniowych , Białystok, Wydawnictwo Ekonomia i Środowisko 1995. 9. El Falaky A

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Aided Phytostabilization of Copper Contaminated Soils with L. Perenne and Mineral Sorbents as Soil Amendments

rd ed. CRC Press, New York, 2001. 11. Karak T., Bora K., Paul R.K., Das S., Khare P., Dutta A.K., Boruah R.K.: Paradigm shift of contamination risk of six heavy metals in tea (Camellia sinensis L.) growing soil: A new approach influenced by inorganic and organic amendments, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 338 (2017) 250-264. 12. Klute A. Methods of Soil Analysis. American Society of Agronomy. Agronomy Monograph, Madison, 1996. 13. Kubicka H., Jaroń N.: The action of copper ions on the growth of inbred lines of rye

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The Possibility to Use Modified Flight Ash as a Neutralizer in the Acid Soils Reclamation Processes

agricultural soils . Fuel, 85 (2006) 2337–2344. 4. Veranis, N.; Nimfopoulos, M.K.; Gertsis, A.; Gerouki, F. Agricultural and industrial applications of the hellenic fly ash and Environmental impacts . Proc. 19 th International Congress Industrial Minerals, Athens, Hellas, 2008. 5. Tejasvi, A.; Kumar, S. Impact of fly ash on soil properties . Natil Acad Sci Lett, 35 /1 (2012) 13–16. 6. Hartmann, P.; Fleige, H.; Horn, R. Changes in soil physical properties of forest floor horizons due to long-term deposition of lignite fly ash . J Soils Sediments, 10

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The Influence of Trace Elements on Anaerobic Digestion Process

and renewable resources . Wiley-VCH Verlag 2008, ISBN 9783527318414. 4. Espinosa A., Rosas L., Ilangovan K., Noyola A.: Effect of trace metals on the anaerobic degradation of volatile fatty acids in molasses stillage . Water Science Technology, 32(1995)121-129. 5. Evranos B., Demirel B.: The impact of Ni, Co and Mo supplementation on methane yield from anaerobic mono-digestion of maize silage. Environmental Technology, 36 (2015)1556-1562. 6. Lin C.Y., Chou J., Lee Y.S.: Heavy metal-affected degradation of butyric acid in anaerobic digestion

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