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Biogeochemistry of Hg in Soil-Plant System in Regions with Anthropogenic Contamination

HLODAK, M. MATUS? P. URIK, M. KORENKOVA, L. MIKUSOVA, P. SENILA, M. DIVIŠ, P.

Original Title

Biogeochemistry of Hg in Soil-Plant System in Regions with Anthropogenic Contamination

English Title

Biogeochemistry of Hg in Soil-Plant System in Regions with Anthropogenic Contamination

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

Application of selected separation techniques and obtained total Hg concentrations in studied plant species indicate relatively low Hg phytoavailability in studied soils. Calculated separation yields for applied separation techniques were in many cases comparable with soil-plant transfer recovery values for studied plant species. Distribution of Hg in roots of studied root vegetables showed the tendency of increasing amount of Hg from basal towards terminal part of root.

English abstract

Application of selected separation techniques and obtained total Hg concentrations in studied plant species indicate relatively low Hg phytoavailability in studied soils. Calculated separation yields for applied separation techniques were in many cases comparable with soil-plant transfer recovery values for studied plant species. Distribution of Hg in roots of studied root vegetables showed the tendency of increasing amount of Hg from basal towards terminal part of root.

Keywords

mercury; soil; plants; separation techniques; separation yield; transfer coefficient

Released

01.05.2015

Publisher

CHEMICKE LISTY

Pages from

385

Pages to

389

Pages count

5

URL

BibTex


@article{BUT163529,
  author="Pavel {Diviš}",
  title="Biogeochemistry of Hg in Soil-Plant System in Regions with Anthropogenic Contamination",
  annote="Application of selected separation techniques and obtained total Hg concentrations in studied plant species indicate relatively low Hg phytoavailability in studied soils. Calculated separation yields for applied separation techniques were in many cases comparable with soil-plant transfer recovery values for studied plant species. Distribution of Hg in roots of studied root vegetables showed the tendency of increasing amount of Hg from basal towards terminal part of root.",
  address="CHEMICKE LISTY",
  chapter="163529",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="CHEMICKE LISTY",
  number="5",
  volume="109",
  year="2015",
  month="may",
  pages="385--389",
  publisher="CHEMICKE LISTY",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}