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Aug-2008 Copper accumulation and tolerance in Chrysanthemum coronarium L. and Sorghum sudanense L.Wei, Lan; Luo, Chunling; Li, Xiangdong; Shen, Zhenguo
Dec-2006 EDDS and EDTA-enhanced phytoextraction of metals from artificially contaminated soil and residual effects of chelant compoundsLuo, Chunling; Shen, Zhenguo; Lou, Laiqing; Li, Xiangdong
Mar-2005 Enhanced phytoextraction of Cu, Pb, Zn and Cd with EDTA and EDDSLuo, Chunling; Shen, Zhenguo; Li, Xiangdong
Jun-2006 Enhanced phytoextraction of Pb and other metals from artificially contaminated soils through the combined application of EDTA and EDDSLuo, Chunling; Shen, Zhenguo; Li, Xiangdong; Baker, Alan J. M.
Feb-2008 Hot NTA application enhanced metal phytoextraction from contaminated soilLuo, Chunling; Shen, Zhenguo; Li, Xiangdong
Oct-2004 Leaching and uptake of heavy metals by ten different species of plants during an EDTA-assisted phytoextraction processChen, Yahua; Li, Xiangdong; Shen, Zhenguo
Jul-2006 A novel strategy using biodegradable EDDS for the chemically enhanced phytoextraction of soils contaminated with heavy metalsLuo, Chunling; Shen, Zhenguo; Baker, Alan J. M.; Li, Xiangdong
1-May-2007 Plant uptake and the leaching of metals during the hot EDDS-enhanced phytoextraction processLuo, Chunling; Shen, Zhenguo; Li, Xiangdong
Sep-2008 Root exudates increase metal accumulation in mixed cultures : implications for naturally enhanced phytoextractionLuo, Chunling; Shen, Zhenguo; Li, Xiangdong
Oct-2004 The use of Vetiver grass (Vetiveria zizanioides) in the phytoremediation of soils contaminated with heavy metalsChen, Yahua; Shen, Zhenguo; Li, Xiangdong
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