Copper exclusion as a mechanism of heavy metal tolerance in a green alga
[Auszug] Two strains of Chlorella vulgaris Beijerinck 1890 var. vulgaris Fott et Novakova were isolated from the River Hayle, which drains disused copper mines in Cornwall, England. The non-tolerant strain came from a site upstream of mining influence where copper was not detectable in the water (0....
|Published in:||Nature <London>, Vol. 269, No. 5626 (1977), p. 322-323|
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