Articles | Volume 7, issue 12
03 Dec 2010
 | 03 Dec 2010

Characterisation of the rhizoremediation of petroleum-contaminated soil: effect of different influencing factors

J. C. Tang, R. G. Wang, X. W. Niu, M. Wang, H. R. Chu, and Q. X. Zhou

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