Is the hyperaccumulating plant Arabidopsis halleri a good candidate for phytoextraction ?

Abstract : The cleaning of waterways by regular dredging generates great volumes of sediments and, owing to human activities, these sediments often contain large amounts of metals (Cd, Zn, As, Pb) which are potentially toxic for plants and animals. Phytoextraction could be a solution to treat this kind of sediments. This work focuses on the mechanisms of Cd accumulation in Arabidopsis halleri, a Cd and Zn hyperaccumulator, and the effects of this species on a metal polluted sediment.
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ZHU, Y. ; LEPP, N. ; NAIDU, R. 9. International Conference on the biogeochemistry of trace elements "Environmental, protection, remediation and human health", Jul 2007, Beijing, China. Tsinghua University Press. Beijing, pp.180-181, 2007
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Stéphanie Huguet, Géraldine Sarret, Agnès Laboudigue, Véronique Barthes, Valérie Bert. Is the hyperaccumulating plant Arabidopsis halleri a good candidate for phytoextraction ?. ZHU, Y. ; LEPP, N. ; NAIDU, R. 9. International Conference on the biogeochemistry of trace elements "Environmental, protection, remediation and human health", Jul 2007, Beijing, China. Tsinghua University Press. Beijing, pp.180-181, 2007. 〈ineris-00976195〉

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