Plant Based Remediation Process

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Plant Based Remediation Process. / Gupta, Dharmendra Kumar (Editor); Varma, Ajit (Editor); Vandenhove, Hildegarde (Peer reviewer); Horemans, Nele (Peer reviewer).

1 ed. Germany : Springer, 2013. 299 p. (Soil Biology; No. 35).

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Harvard

Gupta, DK (ed.), Varma, A (ed.), Vandenhove, H & Horemans, N 2013, Plant Based Remediation Process. Soil Biology, no. 35, 1 edn, Springer, Germany.

APA

Gupta, D. K. (Ed.), Varma, A. (Ed.), Vandenhove, H., & Horemans, N. (2013). Plant Based Remediation Process. (1 ed.) (Soil Biology; No. 35). Germany: Springer.

Vancouver

Gupta DK, (ed.), Varma A, (ed.), Vandenhove H, Horemans N. Plant Based Remediation Process. 1 ed. Germany: Springer, 2013. 299 p. (Soil Biology; 35).

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Gupta, Dharmendra Kumar (Editor) ; Varma, Ajit (Editor) ; Vandenhove, Hildegarde ; Horemans, Nele. / Plant Based Remediation Process. 1 ed. Germany : Springer, 2013. 299 p. (Soil Biology; 35).

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