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Essentiality of metals: consequences for environmental risk assessment. ICME Fact Sheet, International Council on Metals in the Environment (Ontario, Canada), 2001, pp. 6.

Colin Janssen UGent and BTA MUYSSEN
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  author       = {Janssen, Colin and MUYSSEN, BTA},
  language     = {eng},
  title        = {Essentiality of metals: consequences for environmental risk assessment. ICME Fact Sheet, International Council on Metals in the Environment (Ontario, Canada), 2001, pp. 6.},
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Chicago
Janssen, Colin, and BTA MUYSSEN. “Essentiality of Metals: Consequences for Environmental Risk Assessment. ICME Fact Sheet, International Council on Metals in the Environment (Ontario, Canada), 2001, Pp. 6.”
APA
Janssen, Colin, & MUYSSEN, B. (n.d.). Essentiality of metals: consequences for environmental risk assessment. ICME Fact Sheet, International Council on Metals in the Environment (Ontario, Canada), 2001, pp. 6.
Vancouver
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Janssen C, MUYSSEN B. Essentiality of metals: consequences for environmental risk assessment. ICME Fact Sheet, International Council on Metals in the Environment (Ontario, Canada), 2001, pp. 6.
MLA
Janssen, Colin, and BTA MUYSSEN. “Essentiality of Metals: Consequences for Environmental Risk Assessment. ICME Fact Sheet, International Council on Metals in the Environment (Ontario, Canada), 2001, Pp. 6.” n. pag. Print.