Lichen rehydration in heavy metal polluted environments: Pb modulates the oxidative response of both Ramalina farinacea thalli and its isolated microalgae
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Lichen rehydration in heavy metal polluted environments: Pb modulates the oxidative response of both Ramalina farinacea thalli and its isolated microalgae

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Lichen rehydration in heavy metal polluted environments: Pb modulates the oxidative response of both Ramalina farinacea thalli and its isolated microalgae

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Álvarez, R.; Hoyo, Alberto del; Díaz-Rodríguez, C.; Coello, A. J.; del Campo López, Eva María; Barreno Rodríguez, Eva; Catalá, M.; Casano, Leonardo M.
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    Álvarez, R.; Hoyo, Alberto del; Díaz-Rodríguez, C.; Coello, A. J.; del Campo López, Eva María; Barreno Rodríguez, Eva; Catalá, M.; Casano, Leonardo M. (2014) Lichen rehydration in heavy metal polluted environments: Pb modulates the oxidative response of both Ramalina farinacea thalli and its isolated microalgae Microbial Ecology 69 698 709
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00248-014-0524-0

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