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Metals: Microbial Processes Affecting Metals

D. Crowley, R. Dungan
Published 2003 · Materials Science

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Microbial Processes Affecting Metals Microbial Solubilization of Metals Microbial Redox Transformations of Metals Heavy Metal Toxicities to Microorganisms Heavy Metal–Resistance Mechanisms Keywords: biosorbents for metals; bioleaching; heavy metal toxicity; metals; metals in soils; metals, microbial resistance to; methylation of metals; siderophores; soils; toxicity of metals to microorganisms
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