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Mechanism of growth inhibition effect of aquatic plants on water cyanobacteria

  title={Mechanism of growth inhibition effect of aquatic plants on water cyanobacteria},
  author={Lei Cheng and Xiujuan Cao and Xinchen Yu},
Environmental pollution caused by industrial and agricultural production has recently become a serious problem. One of the most significant ones is the phenomenon of cyanobacteria bloom caused by eutrophication of water body. Cyanobacterial bloom not only pollutes the water, but also secretes microcystins, endanger the health of animals and humans, as well as carcinogenic effects. In the research field of ecological management of cyanobacteria, it has opened a great concern on allelopathy. In… Expand

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