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UR - http://lib.ugent.be/catalog/pug01:8547034
ID - pug01:8547034
LA - eng
TI - A critical review on effects, tolerance mechanisms and management of cadmium in vegetables
PY - 2017
JO - (2017) CHEMOSPHERE
SN - 0045-6535
PB - 2017
AU - Rizwan, Muhammad
AU - Ali, Shafaqat
AU - Adrees, Muhammad
AU - Ibrahim, Muhammad
AU - Tsang, Daniel CW
AU - Zia-ur-Rehman, Muhammad
AU - Zahir, Zahir Ahmad
AU - Rinklebe, Jörg
AU - Tack, Filip LA24 801000663701 0000-0002-6976-7862
AU - Ok, Yong Sik
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