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Contents: Chemical Speciation And Bioavailability Volume 23 Issue 2 2011

Posted on 21. June, 2011.

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Chemical Speciation & Bioavailability covers all aspects of environmental science and pollution.

61Bioavailable inorganic forms of essential elements in medicinal plants from Northern Poland
Pawel Konieczynski, MarekWesolowski, Iwona Radecka and Piotr Rafalski
71Antioxidative parameters in the opposite-leaved pondweed (Gronlendia densa) in response to nickel stress
Dilek Demirezen Yilmaz and Kadiriye Uruc-Parlak
80 The use of biomarkers in the antioxidant responses of Daphnia magna to the acute and chronic exposure to no. 20 diesel oil and 2,4-dichlorophenol
H.Y. Wu, H.X. Xu, Y.B. Hong, J.F. Zhang and J.C.Wu
88Effect of anionic micelles on speciation of L-glutamine in presence/absence of metals
Gandham Hima Bindu and Gollapalli Nageswara Rao
96Fractionation and bioaccumulation of copper and zinc in wetland soils of the Niger Delta determined by the oil palm
P.O. Oviasogie, A.E. Aghimien and C.L. Ndiokwere
110Quantitative speciation of heavy metals in soil and crops of agricultural f|elds of Islamabad, Pakistan
Uzaira Rafique, Hira Kaukab and Sumreen Iqbal
118Speciation of trace metals in chromated-copper-arsenate contaminated sediment of Ogba River
E.G. Uwumarongie-Ilori, F.E. Okieimen and O.H. Uwumarongie

Chemical Speciation and Bioavailabilty presents results which can often be applied to pressing environmental problems such as toxic waste and human health risk assessment.