Element concentrations toxic to plants, animals, and man

  title={Element concentrations toxic to plants, animals, and man},
  author={L. Gough and H. T. Shacklette and A. A. Case},
  • L. Gough, H. T. Shacklette, A. A. Case
  • Published 1979
  • Chemistry
  • Plant Nutrient Content and Animal Health Issues
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