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- Salvadó, V., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- International journal of environmental science and technology 2015 v.12 no.7 pp. 2327-2338
- Lemna; Spirogyra; acetaminophen; adverse effects; aquatic plants; bisphenol A; caffeine; clofibric acid; detoxification (processing); diclofenac; drug residues; ecosystems; effluents; endocrine-disrupting chemicals; human health; ibuprofen; planting; ponds; propranolol; vegetation; wastewater; wastewater treatment
- ... The presence of pharmaceuticals and endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) in wastewater treatment plant effluents is an issue of great concern due to the negative effects that these compounds may have on human health and ecosystems. The present study aims to assess the capacity of two aquatic plants (Lemna sp. and Spirogyra sp.), commonly found in polishing ponds, for removing six pharmaceutical c ...