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Heavy metal accumulation in seaweeds and sea grasses along southeast coast of India

@inproceedings{Sudharsan2012HeavyMA,
  title={Heavy metal accumulation in seaweeds and sea grasses along southeast coast of India},
  author={S. Sudharsan and P. Seedevi and P. Ramasamy and N. Subhapradha and S. Vairamani and A. Shanmugam},
  year={2012}
}
  • S. Sudharsan, P. Seedevi, +3 authors A. Shanmugam
  • Published 2012
  • Generally, heavy metals enter into the aquatic environment through atmospheric deposition, erosion of geological matrix or due to anthropogenic activities caused by industrial effluents, domestic sewage and mining wastes. The present study analyzed the concentration of seven elements (Cd, Cu, Mn, Ni, Pb, Zi and Hg) in eight seaweeds such as Centrocerous clavutum, Sargassum wightii, Colpemenia sinosa, Spyridia hypnoides, Valoniopsis pachynema, Ulva reticulata, Gelidialla acerosa & Turbinaria… CONTINUE READING
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