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Can allelopathy succesfully be used against algal blooms?
Algal blooms caused by man (harmful algal blooms) are a major ecological problem. An excessive amount of algae causes hypoxia and logically, most marine wildlife can't be sustained in hypoxic ...
Jan 2 '13 at 15:23
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