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L. M. C. Gomes, Gesteira, A. S., de Almeida, A. - A. F., de Castro, A. V., Dias, L. O., Pirovani, C. P., and Gomes, F. P., Changes in protein profile detected in seedlings of Caesalpinia peltophoroides (Fabaceae) after exposure to high concentration of cadmium, vol. 11, pp. 2694-2707, 2012.
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