Biomonitoring of the toxic pollutants by using mullet liver enzymes in the West Black Sea region of Turkey

Bozcaarmutlu, A.
Aygun, Z.
Sapmaz, C.
Arinc, E.


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Citation Formats
A. Bozcaarmutlu, Z. Aygun, C. Sapmaz, and E. Arinc, “Biomonitoring of the toxic pollutants by using mullet liver enzymes in the West Black Sea region of Turkey,” 2006, vol. 273, p. 291, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: