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2009Zn uptake, physiological response and stress attenuation in mycorrhizal jack bean growing in soil with increasing Zn concentrationsANDRADE, Sara A. L.; GRATAO, Priscila L.; SCHIAVINATO, Marlene A.; SILVEIRA, Adriana P. D.; AZEVEDO, Ricardo A.; MAZZAFERA, Paulo-Artigo de periódico
2012Fluorescent ion-imprinted polymers for selective Cu(II) optosensingPinheiro, SCL; Descalzo, AB; Raimundo, IM; Orellana, G; Moreno-Bondi, MC-Artigo de periódico
2012Lead tolerance and phytoremediation potential of Brazilian leguminous tree species at the seedling stagede Souza, SCR; de Andrade, SAL; de Souza, LA; Schiavinato, MA-Artigo de periódico
2012CHARACTERIZATION AND USE OF IN NATURA AND CALCINED RICE HUSKS FOR BIOSORPTION OF HEAVY METALS IONS FROM AQUEOUS EFFLUENTSVieira, MGA; Neto, AFD; da Silva, MGC; Nobrega, CC; Melo, AA-Artigo de periódico
2010Simultaneous determination of copper, mercury and zinc in water with a tailored fluorescent bipyridine ligand entrapped in silica sol-gelPinheiro, SCL; Raimundo, IM; Moreno-Bondi, MC; Orellana, G-Artigo de periódico
2011Copper, mercury and chromium adsorption on natural and crosslinked chitosan films: An XPS investigation of mechanismVieira, RS; Oliveira, MLM; Guibal, E; Rodriguez-Castellon, E; Beppu, MM-Artigo de periódico
2010Arbuscular mycorrhiza alters metal uptake and the physiological response of Coffea arabica seedlings to increasing Zn and Cu concentrations in soilAndrade, SAL; Silveira, APD; Mazzafera, P-Artigo de periódico
2010Biochemical and physiological changes in jack bean under mycorrhizal symbiosis growing in soil with increasing Cu concentrationsAndrade, SAL; Gratao, PL; Azevedo, RA; Silveira, APD; Schiavinato, MA; Mazzafera, P-Artigo de periódico
2019Heavy metal/toxins detection using electronic tonguesShimuzu, Favio M.; Braunger, Maria L.; Riul Junior, Antonio-Artigo