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1-Jul-2011Effect of external iron and arsenic species on chelant-enhanced iron bioavailability and arsenic uptake in rice (Oryza sativa L.)Azizur Rahman, M; Mamunur Rahman, M; Kadohashi, K; Maki, T; Hasegawa, H
May-2008Bioavailable DDT residues in sediments: Laboratory assessment of ageing effects using semi-permeable membrane devicesMenchai, P; Van Zwieten, L; Kimber, S; Ahmad, N; Rao, PSC; Hose, G
1-Mar-2012Tolerance, uptake and removal of nitrobenzene by a newly-found remediation species Mirabilis jalapa L.Zhou, Q; Diao, C; Sun, Y; Zhou, J
1-Jun-2007The characteristics of rhizosphere microbes associated with plants in arsenic-contaminated soils from cattle dip sitesChopra, BK; Bhat, S; Mikheenko, IP; Xu, Z; Yang, Y; Luo, X; Chen, H; van Zwieten, L; Lilley, RMC; Zhang, R
5-Sep-2005Contamination of soil, leaves and vegetables by polychlorinated biphenyls in Xiamen region, ChinaMaskaoui, K; Zhou, JL; Han, YL; Hu, Z; Zheng, TL; Hong, HS
3-Nov-2005Model description of storage and infiltration functions of infiltration facilities for urban runoff analysis by a distributed modelFurumai, H; Jinadasa, HKPK; Murakami, M; Nakajima, F; Aryal, RK
1-Sep-2018Assessment of chromium hyper-accumulative behaviour using biochemical analytical techniques of greenhouse cultivated Sonchus asper on tannery waste dump site soilsNirola, R; Biswas, B; Megharaj, M; Subramanian, A; Thavamani, P; Aryal, R; Saint, C
1-Mar-2012Arsenic-induced straighthead: An impending threat to sustainable rice production in South and South-East Asia!Rahman, MA; Rahman, MM; Hasegawa, H
3-Apr-2006Characteristics of particle-associated PAHs in a first flush of a highway runoffAryal, RK; Furumai, H; Nakajima, F; Boller, M
1-Feb-2007Interactive effects of soil acidity and fluoride on soil solution aluminium chemistry and barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) root growthManoharan, V; Loganathan, P; Tillman, RW; Parfitt, RL
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