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Phytoremediation, Vol 83. Advances in Botanical Research

  • ID: 3980553
  • Book
  • 412 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Phytoremediation, Volume 83, the latest release in the Advances in Botanical Research series, covers a variety of new topics, including Metallophytes from calamine and serpentine soils (incl. tolerance mechanisms), The (endophytic) microbiome of plants from metal contaminated environments: small organisms (inhabitants), large influence, the Potential role of plant-associated bacteria in plant metal uptake and implications in phytotechnologies, Plant associated fungi from trace element rich soils and their possible role in metal uptake by their host plants, Phytoextraction: Status and Promise, Molecular and cellular aspects of contaminant toxicity in plants, and a section on Bio- and phytoremediation of pesticide-contaminated environments: a Review.

This series publishes in-depth and up-to-date reviews on a wide range of topics in the plant sciences, featuring reviews by recognized experts on all aspects of plant genetics, biochemistry, cell biology, molecular biology, physiology and ecology.

  • Publishes in-depth and up-to-date reviews on a wide range of topics in the plant sciences
  • Presents the latest information on phytoremediation
  • Features a wide range of reviews by recognized experts

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1. Metallophytes from calamine and serpentine soils (incl. tolerance mechanisms)Malgorzata Wojcik2. The (endophytic) microbiome of plants from metal contaminated environments: small organisms (inhabitants), large influenceSofie Thijs3. Potential role of plant-associated bacteria in plant metal uptake and implications in phytotechnologiesPetra Susan Kidd4. Plant associated fungi from trace element rich soils and their possible role in metal uptake by their host plants.Francois Rineau5. Phytoextraction: Status and PromiseRufus Lee Chaney6. Molecular and cellular aspects of contaminant toxicity in plantsEls Keunen and Sophie Hendrix7. Bio- and phytoremediation of pesticide-contaminated environments: a reviewNele Weyens8. Plants and air phytoremediationStanislaw W. Gawronski
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