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Diffusive gradient in thin FILMS (DGT) compared with soil solution and labile uranium fraction for predicting uranium bioavailability to ryegrass

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PLANTS, METALS, HUMIC-ACID, SPECIATION MEASUREMENTS, PHYTOAVAILABILITY, AVAILABILITY, FERRIHYDRITE, PERFORMANCE, PHYTOACCUMULATION, CONTAMINATED SOILS, Labile fraction, Uranium, Diffusive gradient in thin films (DGT), Availability, Ryegrass, Soil-to-plant transfer, Selective extraction

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Duquène, Lise, H Vandenhove, Filip Tack, M Van Hees, and J Wannijn. 2010. “Diffusive Gradient in Thin FILMS (DGT) Compared with Soil Solution and Labile Uranium Fraction for Predicting Uranium Bioavailability to Ryegrass.” Journal of Environmental Radioactivity 101 (2): 140–147.
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Duquène, Lise, Vandenhove, H., Tack, F., Van Hees, M., & Wannijn, J. (2010). Diffusive gradient in thin FILMS (DGT) compared with soil solution and labile uranium fraction for predicting uranium bioavailability to ryegrass. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RADIOACTIVITY, 101(2), 140–147.
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Duquène L, Vandenhove H, Tack F, Van Hees M, Wannijn J. Diffusive gradient in thin FILMS (DGT) compared with soil solution and labile uranium fraction for predicting uranium bioavailability to ryegrass. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RADIOACTIVITY. 2010;101(2):140–7.
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Duquène, Lise, H Vandenhove, Filip Tack, et al. “Diffusive Gradient in Thin FILMS (DGT) Compared with Soil Solution and Labile Uranium Fraction for Predicting Uranium Bioavailability to Ryegrass.” JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RADIOACTIVITY 101.2 (2010): 140–147. Print.
@article{853459,
  author       = {Duqu{\`e}ne, Lise and Vandenhove, H and Tack, Filip and Van Hees, M and Wannijn, J},
  issn         = {0265-931X},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RADIOACTIVITY},
  keyword      = {PLANTS,METALS,HUMIC-ACID,SPECIATION MEASUREMENTS,PHYTOAVAILABILITY,AVAILABILITY,FERRIHYDRITE,PERFORMANCE,PHYTOACCUMULATION,CONTAMINATED SOILS,Labile fraction,Uranium,Diffusive gradient in thin films (DGT),Availability,Ryegrass,Soil-to-plant transfer,Selective extraction},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {140--147},
  title        = {Diffusive gradient in thin FILMS (DGT) compared with soil solution and labile uranium fraction for predicting uranium bioavailability to ryegrass},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvrad.2009.09.007},
  volume       = {101},
  year         = {2010},
}

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