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Capacidad de seis especies vegetales para acumular plomo en suelos contaminados

@article{Ortiz2006CapacidadDS,
  title={Capacidad de seis especies vegetales para acumular plomo en suelos contaminados},
  author={J. C. R. Ortiz and H. Fuentes and Gerardo de Lira Reyes and J. M. L. Cerda and J. Mireles},
  journal={Revista Fitotecnia Mexicana},
  year={2006},
  volume={29},
  pages={239-245}
}
Resumen es: El uso de especies vegetales como agentes descontaminantes de suelos contaminados por metales pesados representa una alternativa tecnologica economica ... 
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