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The Potential of the Photoautotroph Synechocystis for Metal Bioremediation

By J. Tony Pembroke, Balakrishnan Naveena and Patricia Armshaw

Submitted: October 2nd 2014Reviewed: March 13th 2015Published: September 9th 2015

DOI: 10.5772/60514

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J. Tony Pembroke, Balakrishnan Naveena and Patricia Armshaw (September 9th 2015). The Potential of the Photoautotroph Synechocystis for Metal Bioremediation, Advances in Bioremediation of Wastewater and Polluted Soil Naofumi Shiomi, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/60514. Available from:

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