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/. Mg, Zinc C0 = 0 mg/L; C1 = 12.5 mg/L; C2 = 25 mg/L; C3 658 = 50 mg/L; C4 = 100 mg, C5 = 200 mg/L. Symbol * above bar indicates statistical 659 significance (P<0.05), compared to controls