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Metal accumulation in plant species with added economical value grown on metal contaminated soils: sustainable use of these soils for bio-energy production and possibilities for phytextraction

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RUTTENS, A, J BOULET, N WEYENS, Erik Meers, L MEIRESONNE, J COLPAERT, T THEWYS, D VAN DER LELIE, and J VANGRONSVELD. 2007. “Metal Accumulation in Plant Species with Added Economical Value Grown on Metal Contaminated Soils: Sustainable Use of These Soils for Bio-energy Production and Possibilities for Phytextraction.” In Proceedings of the 4th International Phytotechnologies Conference.
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RUTTENS, A., BOULET, J., WEYENS, N., Meers, E., MEIRESONNE, L., COLPAERT, J., THEWYS, T., et al. (2007). Metal accumulation in plant species with added economical value grown on metal contaminated soils: sustainable use of these soils for bio-energy production and possibilities for phytextraction. Proceedings of the 4th International Phytotechnologies Conference.
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RUTTENS A, BOULET J, WEYENS N, Meers E, MEIRESONNE L, COLPAERT J, et al. Metal accumulation in plant species with added economical value grown on metal contaminated soils: sustainable use of these soils for bio-energy production and possibilities for phytextraction. Proceedings of the 4th International Phytotechnologies Conference. 2007.
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RUTTENS, A, J BOULET, N WEYENS, et al. “Metal Accumulation in Plant Species with Added Economical Value Grown on Metal Contaminated Soils: Sustainable Use of These Soils for Bio-energy Production and Possibilities for Phytextraction.” Proceedings of the 4th International Phytotechnologies Conference. 2007. Print.
@inproceedings{394741,
  author       = {RUTTENS, A and BOULET, J and WEYENS, N and Meers, Erik and MEIRESONNE, L and COLPAERT, J and THEWYS, T and VAN DER LELIE, D and VANGRONSVELD, J},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings of the 4th International Phytotechnologies Conference},
  title        = {Metal accumulation in plant species with added economical value grown on metal contaminated soils: sustainable use of these soils for bio-energy production and possibilities for phytextraction},
  year         = {2007},
}