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Evaluation of Various Inorganic and Biological Extraction Techniques Suitability for Soil Mercury Phytoavailable Fraction Assessment

Hlodák, M Matúš, P Urík, M Kořenková, L Mikušová, P Senila, M Diviš, P.

Original Title

Evaluation of Various Inorganic and Biological Extraction Techniques Suitability for Soil Mercury Phytoavailable Fraction Assessment

English Title

Evaluation of Various Inorganic and Biological Extraction Techniques Suitability for Soil Mercury Phytoavailable Fraction Assessment

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

This article evaluates various extraction techniques suitability for soil mercury phytoavailable fraction assessment, including DGT method and extraction with microscopic filamentous fungi metabolites, MgCl2, rainwater, and EDTA. After mercury extraction from contaminated soils by these techniques, the obtained data were compared to mercury accumulation by shoots of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). Comparison of these values showed that DGT method is able to separate soil mercury with the best agreement to total mercury concentration in shoots of barley. However, comparing mercury extraction efficiency of selected techniques to extraction efficiency of barley, statistical significance at 0.05 significance level was proved for fungal Cladosporium sp. and Alternaria alternata metabolites. Our results indicate that these extraction techniques are suitable for risk assessment of mercury phytoavailability in contaminated areas.

English abstract

This article evaluates various extraction techniques suitability for soil mercury phytoavailable fraction assessment, including DGT method and extraction with microscopic filamentous fungi metabolites, MgCl2, rainwater, and EDTA. After mercury extraction from contaminated soils by these techniques, the obtained data were compared to mercury accumulation by shoots of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). Comparison of these values showed that DGT method is able to separate soil mercury with the best agreement to total mercury concentration in shoots of barley. However, comparing mercury extraction efficiency of selected techniques to extraction efficiency of barley, statistical significance at 0.05 significance level was proved for fungal Cladosporium sp. and Alternaria alternata metabolites. Our results indicate that these extraction techniques are suitable for risk assessment of mercury phytoavailability in contaminated areas.

Keywords

Mercury, Soil, Barley, Extraction technique, Selectivity

RIV year

2015

Released

23.05.2015

Pages from

1

Pages to

9

Pages count

9

BibTex


@article{BUT114774,
  author="Pavel {Diviš}",
  title="Evaluation of Various Inorganic and Biological Extraction Techniques Suitability for Soil Mercury Phytoavailable Fraction Assessment",
  annote="This article evaluates various extraction techniques suitability for soil mercury phytoavailable fraction assessment, including DGT method and extraction with microscopic filamentous fungi metabolites, MgCl2, rainwater, and EDTA. After mercury extraction from contaminated soils by these techniques, the obtained data were compared to mercury accumulation by shoots of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). Comparison of these values showed that DGT method is able to separate soil mercury with the best agreement to total mercury concentration in shoots of barley. However, comparing mercury extraction efficiency of selected techniques to extraction efficiency
of barley, statistical significance at 0.05 significance level was proved for fungal Cladosporium sp. and Alternaria alternata metabolites. Our results indicate that these extraction techniques are suitable for risk assessment of mercury phytoavailability in contaminated areas.",
  chapter="114774",
  number="6",
  volume="226",
  year="2015",
  month="may",
  pages="1--9",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}