Susceptibility of phytoplankton to the increasing presence of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) in the aquatic environment: A review.

@article{Chia2021SusceptibilityOP,
  title={Susceptibility of phytoplankton to the increasing presence of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) in the aquatic environment: A review.},
  author={Mathias Ahii Chia and Adriana Sturion Lorenzi and Ilu Ameh and Suleiman Alhaji Dauda and Micheline K{\'e}zia Cordeiro-Ara{\'u}jo and Jerry Tersoo Agee and Ibrahim Yusuf Okpanachi and Abosede Taofikat Adesalu},
  journal={Aquatic toxicology},
  year={2021},
  volume={234},
  pages={
          105809
        }
}

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