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Determination of bioavailable species of aluminium and thallium in the environment by spectrometry using the analysis of microbial fungi bioindicators a laboratory study of metal biosorption, bioaccumulation and biovolatilization

Originální název

Determination of bioavailable species of aluminium and thallium in the environment by spectrometry using the analysis of microbial fungi bioindicators a laboratory study of metal biosorption, bioaccumulation and biovolatilization

Anglický název

Determination of bioavailable species of aluminium and thallium in the environment by spectrometry using the analysis of microbial fungi bioindicators a laboratory study of metal biosorption, bioaccumulation and biovolatilization

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

In this work microbial fungi as bioindicators are used for laboratory study of aluminium and thalium bioaccumulation and biovolatization. Spectrometry techniques were applied to determine different species of these metals accumulated in the mass of microbial fungi. Possible application of studied method in environmental chemistry is discussed.

Anglický abstrakt

In this work microbial fungi as bioindicators are used for laboratory study of aluminium and thalium bioaccumulation and biovolatization. Spectrometry techniques were applied to determine different species of these metals accumulated in the mass of microbial fungi. Possible application of studied method in environmental chemistry is discussed.

BibTex


@misc{BUT61051,
  author="Pavel {Diviš} and Lukáš {Brulík}",
  title="Determination of bioavailable species of aluminium and thallium in the environment by spectrometry using the analysis of microbial fungi bioindicators a laboratory study of metal biosorption, bioaccumulation and biovolatilization",
  annote="In this work microbial fungi as bioindicators are used for laboratory study of aluminium and thalium bioaccumulation and biovolatization. Spectrometry techniques were applied to determine different species of these metals accumulated in the mass of microbial fungi. Possible application of studied method in environmental chemistry is discussed.",
  address="Yobix Co. Ltd.",
  booktitle="Book of abstracts",
  chapter="61051",
  institution="Yobix Co. Ltd.",
  year="2008",
  month="november",
  pages="104--104",
  publisher="Yobix Co. Ltd.",
  type="abstract"
}