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Environmental Role of Earthworm (Lumbricidae) in Formation of Soil Buffering Capacity Against Copper Contamination in Remediated Soil, Steppe Zone of Ukraine

By Loza Iryna, Kul’bachko Yurii, Didur Oleg and Kryuchkova Angelina

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Loza Iryna, Kul’bachko Yurii, Didur Oleg and Kryuchkova Angelina (December 21st 2016). Environmental Role of Earthworm (Lumbricidae) in Formation of Soil Buffering Capacity Against Copper Contamination in Remediated Soil, Steppe Zone of Ukraine, Soil Contamination Marcelo L. Larramendy, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/64722. Available from:

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