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Jacks of metal/metalloid chelation trade in plants - an overview

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Jacks of metal/metalloid chelation trade in plants - an overview

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Jacks of metal/metalloid chelation trade in plants - an overview

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Originální abstrakt

Varied environmental compartments including soil sarebeingcontaminatedbyamyriadtoxicmetal(loid)s(hereaftertermedas metal/s )mainlythroughanthropogenicactivities.Thesemetalsmaycontaminatefoodchainandbringirreparableconsequencesinhuman. Plant based approach(phytoremediation)standssecondtononeamongbioremediationtechnologiesmeantforsustainablecleanupofsoils/siteswithmetal-contamination.Inturn,thecapacityofplantstotoleratepotentialconsequencescausedbytheextracted/accumulatedmetalsdecidestheeffectivenessandsuccessofphytoremediationsystem.

Anglický abstrakt

Varied environmental compartments including soil sarebeingcontaminatedbyamyriadtoxicmetal(loid)s(hereaftertermedas metal/s )mainlythroughanthropogenicactivities.Thesemetalsmaycontaminatefoodchainandbringirreparableconsequencesinhuman. Plant based approach(phytoremediation)standssecondtononeamongbioremediationtechnologiesmeantforsustainablecleanupofsoils/siteswithmetal-contamination.Inturn,thecapacityofplantstotoleratepotentialconsequencescausedbytheextracted/accumulatedmetalsdecidestheeffectivenessandsuccessofphytoremediationsystem.

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@article{BUT114893,
  author="Naser A. {Anjum} and Mirza {Hasanuzzaman} and Mohammad Anwar {Hossain} and Palaniswamy {Thangavel} and Aryadeep {Roychoudhury} and Singh Gill {Sarvajeet} and Miguel Ángel {Merlos Rodrigo} and Vojtěch {Adam} and Masayuki {Fujita} and René {Kizek} and Armando {Da Costa Duarte} and Eduarda {Pereira} and Iqbal {Ahmad}",
  title="Jacks of metal/metalloid chelation trade in plants - an overview",
  annote="Varied environmental compartments including soil sarebeingcontaminatedbyamyriadtoxicmetal(loid)s(hereaftertermedas metal/s )mainlythroughanthropogenicactivities.Thesemetalsmaycontaminatefoodchainandbringirreparableconsequencesinhuman. Plant based approach(phytoremediation)standssecondtononeamongbioremediationtechnologiesmeantforsustainablecleanupofsoils/siteswithmetal-contamination.Inturn,thecapacityofplantstotoleratepotentialconsequencescausedbytheextracted/accumulatedmetalsdecidestheeffectivenessandsuccessofphytoremediationsystem.",
  address="Frontiers",
  chapter="114893",
  doi="10.3389/fpls-2015.00192",
  institution="Frontiers",
  number="192",
  volume="6",
  year="2015",
  month="april",
  pages="1--17",
  publisher="Frontiers",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}