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Air Pollution in a Major Metro City in India and their Managements by Plants

@inproceedings{Yadav2019AirPI,
  title={Air Pollution in a Major Metro City in India and their Managements by Plants},
  author={Swati Yadav},
  year={2019}
}
The present research was conducted for air pollution in a major metro city in India and their management by plants which are control the air quality and purified the air. Air pollution is one of the biggest issues in our world, this issue easily seen metro city in India such as Delhi. Present day Delhi survives by this issue as a result of many reasons which are describe below. One of the best solutions to manage the air quality is plants, plants have capability to improve and purify the air… 

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