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[Heavy metal]-chlorophylls formed in vivo during heavy metal stress and degradation products formed during digestion, extraction and storage of plant material

[Heavy metal]-chlorophylls formed in vivo during heavy metal stress and degradation products formed during digestion, extraction and storage of plant material

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KÜPPER, Hendrik, Frithjof C. KÜPPER, Martin SPILLER, 2006. [Heavy metal]-chlorophylls formed in vivo during heavy metal stress and degradation products formed during digestion, extraction and storage of plant material. In: GRIMM, Bernhard, ed. and others. Chlorophylls and bacteriochlorophylls : biochemistry, biophysics, functions and applications. Dordrecht:Springer, pp. 67-77. ISBN 978-1-4020-4515-8

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