Now showing items 1-5 of 5
HEAVY METAL ACCUMULATION IN ROOTS OF ТARAXACUM OFFICINALE WIGG
Soil is an active acceptor for some elements, heavy metals in particular. Microelements are firmly sorbed and interact with soil humus layer. At the same time some plants are resistant to soil contamination and can be ...
INVESTIGATION OF PHYTOINDICATION EFFECTS DUE TO CADMIUM CONTAMINATION
Heavy metals are one of the most dangerous contaminants in the natural environment that cause toxic effects in the cells of plants and animals. They are not decomposed in the environment but consequently accumulated ...
SWITCHGRASS CULTIVATION ON RECLAIMED M INELAND W ITH SOME AMENDMENTS
Reclaimed mining rocks can be potential lands for biofuel feedstock production. Minelands are considered marginal because they often have low organic matter contents and adverse soil physical and chemical ...
COMPARISON OF THE SOIL RADIOACTIVE AND HEAVY METALS POLLUTION WITH PHYSIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF TEST PLANTS AT THE FACILITIES OF SUKHACHEVSKY INDUSTRIAL SITE
The work aimed to assess the impact of Baza S uranium ore storage site and Sukhachevskoye uranium mill tailing impoundment on physiological parameters of test plants.
THE INFLUENCE OF MERCURY POLLUTION ON THE GROWTH OF BIO-INDICATOR PLANTS
Heavy metals are found naturally in the earth, and become concentrated as a result of human caused activities. Common sources are from mining and industrial wastes, vehicle emissions, lead- acid batteries, fertilisers, ...