Fitorremediación: l’usu de plantes na descontaminación de suelos
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González, A., Fernández, R., Fernández-Fuego, D., Navazas, A., & Bertrand, A. (2022). Fitorremediación: l’usu de plantes na descontaminación de suelos. Ciencies. Cartafueyos Asturianos De Ciencia Y Teunoloxía, 12, 28–43. Retrieved from
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