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Nanoscale copper in the soil–plant system – toxicity and underlying potential mechanisms

ANJUM, N. ADAM, V. KIZEK, R. DUARTE, A. PEREIRA, E. IQBAL, M. LUKATKIN, A. AHMAD, I.

Originální název

Nanoscale copper in the soil–plant system – toxicity and underlying potential mechanisms

Anglický název

Nanoscale copper in the soil–plant system – toxicity and underlying potential mechanisms

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Nanoscale copper particles (nano Cu) are used in many antimicrobial formulations and products for their antimicrobial activity.They may enter deliberately and/oraccidentally into terrestrial environments in cluding soils. Being the major ecoreceptors of nanoscale particles in the terrestrial ecosystem, soil-microbiota and plants (the soil plant system) have been used as a model to dissect the potential impact of these particles on the environmental and human health. In the soil plant system, the plant can bean indirect non target organism of the soil-associated nano Cu that may inturn affect plant based products and their consumers.

Anglický abstrakt

Nanoscale copper particles (nano Cu) are used in many antimicrobial formulations and products for their antimicrobial activity.They may enter deliberately and/oraccidentally into terrestrial environments in cluding soils. Being the major ecoreceptors of nanoscale particles in the terrestrial ecosystem, soil-microbiota and plants (the soil plant system) have been used as a model to dissect the potential impact of these particles on the environmental and human health. In the soil plant system, the plant can bean indirect non target organism of the soil-associated nano Cu that may inturn affect plant based products and their consumers.

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@article{BUT114270,
  author="Naser A. {Anjum} and Vojtěch {Adam} and René {Kizek} and Armando C. {Duarte} and Eduarda {Pereira} and Muhammad {Iqbal} and Alexander S. {Lukatkin} and Iqbal {Ahmad}",
  title="Nanoscale copper in the soil–plant system – toxicity and underlying potential mechanisms",
  annote="Nanoscale copper particles (nano Cu) are used in many antimicrobial formulations and products for their antimicrobial activity.They may enter deliberately and/oraccidentally into terrestrial environments in cluding soils. Being the major  ecoreceptors of nanoscale particles in the terrestrial ecosystem, soil-microbiota and plants (the soil plant system) have been used as a model to dissect the potential impact of these particles on the environmental and human health. In the soil plant system, the plant can bean indirect non target organism of the soil-associated nano Cu that may inturn affect plant based products and their consumers.",
  chapter="114270",
  doi="10.1016/j.envres.2015.02.019",
  number="1",
  volume="138",
  year="2015",
  month="april",
  pages="306--325",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}