Article | . 2018 Vol. 51, Issue. 1
Quantifying the Interactive Inhibitory Effect of Heavy Metals on the Growth and Phosphorus Removal of Pseudomonas taeanensis



Department of Environmental and Biological Chemistry, Chungbuk National University1




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Keyword: EC.  Heavy metals.  IC.  Interaction.  Pseudomonas taeanensis.  



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