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Does subcellular distribution in plants dictate the trophic bioavailability of cadmium to Porcellio dilatatus (crustacea, isopoda)?

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TN_cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_743178534

Does subcellular distribution in plants dictate the trophic bioavailability of cadmium to Porcellio dilatatus (crustacea, isopoda)?

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Does subcellular distribution in plants dictate the trophic bioavailability of cadmium to Porcellio dilatatus (crustacea, isopoda)?

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Does subcellular distribution in plants dictate the trophic bioavailability of cadmium to Porcellio dilatatus (crustacea, isopoda)?

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Hoboken: Wiley Periodicals, Inc

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Environmental toxicology and chemistry, 2008, Vol.27 (12), p.2548-2556

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TN_cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_743178534

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English

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Hoboken: Wiley Periodicals, Inc

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The present study examined how subcellular partitioning of Cd in plants with different strategies to store and detoxify Cd may affect trophic transfer of Cd to the isopod Porcellio dilatatus. The plant species used were Lactuca sativa, a horticultural metal accumulator species; Thlaspi caerulescens, a herbaceous hyperaccumulator species; and the no...

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Does subcellular distribution in plants dictate the trophic bioavailability of cadmium to Porcellio dilatatus (crustacea, isopoda)?

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TN_cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_743178534

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0730-7268

E-ISSN

1552-8618

DOI

10.1897/08-154.1

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