Zurck zum Zitat Bonanno G, Giudice RL (2010) Heavy metal bioaccumulation by the organs of Phragmites australis (common reed) and their potential use as contamination indicators. Ecol Indic 10:639–645 CrossRef Bonanno G, Giudice RL (2010) Heavy metal bioaccumulation by the organs of Phragmites australis (common reed) and their potential use as contamination indicators. 2016/4/15translocation of heavy metals in Phragmites australis (Cav.) Trin Aquat. Bot., 11 (1981), pp. 197-210 Google Scholar G. Bonanno, R. Lo GiudiceHeavy metal bioaccumulation by the organs of Phragmites australis (common reed) and their potential use

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Prabhat Kumar Rai, Heavy metals in water, sediments and wetland plants in an aquatic ecosystem of tropical industrial region, India, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 10.1007/s10661-008-0595-9, 158, 1-4, (433-457), (2008).

The current study was undertaken to evaluate the mobility, bioaccumulation and transfer of the heavy metals; Cr, Mn, Cu, and Pb from the wastewater of Qalyasan stream to roots tissues and from roots tissues to shoots tissues by means of

2010/5/1The concentrations of heavy metals in the roots, rhizomes, stems and leaves of the aquatic macrophyte Phragmites australis (common reed), and in the corresponding water and sediment samples from the mouth area of the Imera Meridionale River (Sicily, Italy), were investigated to ascertain whether plant organs are characterized by differential accumulation, and to test the suitability of the

Key words: Heavy metals, Cd, Cr, Hg, Pb, bioaccumulation, B. diffusa ORIGINAL ARTICLE Response and Bioaccumulation Potential of Boerhavia diffusa L. Towards Different Heavy Metals Abdussalam A.K.1, Ratheesh Chandra P.1, Hussain-koorimannil2 and

Background: Aras River is the main source of drinking water supply in northwestern provinces of Iran. The present study aimed to determine the concentration of heavy metals in the river on the border between Iran and Armenia. Methods: Three samples were taken from the Aras river water, the river bottom sediments and the root of Phragmites australis.

A COMPARATIVE STUDY AMONG THREE SPECIES OF AQUATIC PLANTS IN THE ABILITY OF ABSORPTION AND BIO

88 Heavy Metals Determination The concentrations of heavy metals (Pb, Cd, Cr, Zn, Ni, and Cu) in the extracts were determined by using the atomic absorption spectrophotometer (Perkin Elmer 5000) with hollow cathode lamps for each metal. As well as

2016/6/18Bioaccumulation of six heavy metals (Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn) in the muscle of highly consumed fish species (Mastacembelus armatus) were measured using atomic absorption spectrometer. Fe (213.29 mg/kg dry weight) concentration was the most, followed by Zn (186.19 mg/kg dry weight), Ni (58.98 mg/kg dry weight), Cu (41.36 mg/kg dry weight), Co (9.06 mg/kg dry weight) and Mn (9.03

Bioaccumulation of heavy metals by Phragmites australis cultivated in synthesized substrates. Wang H(1), Jia Y. Author information: (1)Liaoning Province Key Laboratory of Basin Pollution Control, Liaoning Academy of Environmental Sciences, Shengyang 110031, China. he.wangworldyahoo.cn

Contamination of Soil with Pb and Sb at a Lead-Acid Battery Dumpsite and Their Potential Early Uptake by Phragmites australis Published on Jan 1, 2017 in Applied and Environmental Soil Science DOI : 10.1155/2017/8010453 Copy DOI Abraham Jera, 2

Bioaccumulation, Enrichment and Translocation Factors of some Heavy Metals in Typha Angustifolia and Phragmites Australis Species Growing along Qalyasan Stream in Sulaimani City /IKR Salih N. Majid, Ahmed I. Khwakaram, Ghafoor A. Mam Rasul, Zana

• TTFs 1 do exist for several metals in the food chain with predatory gastropods at the top of the food web • BMFs 1, when observed, are usually in found in low exposure environments • Bioaccumulation and potential for effects can be assessed by use of

2020/7/29In this study, the bioaccumulation of some metals by Phragmites australis plants exposed to poultry slaughterhouse wastewater was investigated. For this aim, Mo, As, Cd, Se, Cu, Zn, Cr, Ba, Ti, Fe, Al, and Mn metals were determined in slaughterhouse wastewaters, P. australis plants, and sediment samples. The uptake of metals by P. australis was investigated. Also, BCF and TF values were

Our research aimed at determining Phragmites australis' (common reed) absorption capacity of heavy metals from the soil in Roman city (downstream and upstream), Romania. Heavy metals are chemical elements that belong to the natural ecological systems, but

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Bioaccumulation of heavy metals by Phragmites australis 【】:Accumulation of heavy metals from various oxides with adsorbed cadmium by wetland plant Phragmites australis was studied to evaluate the fate of heavy metals in the sediment of constructed wetlands Hoagland solution was used as nutrition supply and single metal oxide with adsorbed cadmium was applied as contaminant to study the

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S.N. Majid, A.I. Khwakaram, G.A. Mam-Rasul, Z.H. Ahmed, Bioaccumulation, Enrichment and Translocation Factors of some Heavy Metals in Typha Angustifolia and Phragmites Australis Species Growing along Qalyasan Stream in Sulaimani City /IKR, J. Zankoy

factors bioaccumulation of heavy metals in the two species studied helofile the pool complex is as follows: BCF Pb BCF Mn BCF Cr BCF Cd BCF Zn BCF Ni. Plankton is sensitive to the presence of a wide spectrum of pollutants and the diversity of

Phytoaccumulation of Heavy Metals from Municipal Solid Waste Leachate Using Constructed Wetland By Ammara Batool 4.5.4 Translocation and bioaccumulation of metals in plants of different chambers of pilot scale vertical flow constructed wetland 104

Phytoaccumulation of Heavy Metals from Municipal Solid Waste Leachate Using Constructed Wetland By Ammara Batool 4.5.4 Translocation and bioaccumulation of metals in plants of different chambers of pilot scale vertical flow constructed wetland 104

RESEARCH ARTICLE Temporal variations and bioaccumulation of heavy metals in different Suaeda salsa marshes of the Yellow River estuary, China Hongli Song Zhigao Sun Received: 19 March 2014/Accepted: 12 June 2014/Published online: 25 July 2014

Arsenic (As) and Antimony (Sb) are toxic heavy metals that often associated in contaminated environment. High As concentration is reported in Chelpo, Khorasan province, northeast Iran. This study examined the possibility of As and Sb in rhizofiltration by common reed, Phragmites australis .

Positive correlation coefficients were found between treatment time and heavy metals concentrations in the plant organs. Optimum phytoextraction was observed when 5mmol kg−1 EDTA was added in single dosage, 60 days for Pb and double dosage for Cr, after the plant cultivation and, consequently, soil Pb and Cr concentration decreased with the passage of time.

2009/1/1Accumulation of heavy metals from various oxides with adsorbed cadmium by wetland plant Phragmites australis was studied to evaluate the fate of heavy metals in the sediment of constructed wetlands.C Bragato, H Brix, M MalagoliAccumulation of nutrients and heavy metals in Phragmites australis (Cav.) Trin. ex Steudel and Bolbous maritimus (L.) Palla in a constructed wetland of