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Copper and zinc in rhizospheric soil of wild plants

2019-7-1  Copper and zinc in rhizospheric soil of wild plants growing in long-term acid vineyard soils. Insights on availability and metal remediation Author links open overlay panel C. Campillo-Cora a D. Fernández-Calviño a P. Pérez-Rodríguez a M.J. Fernández-Sanjurjo b A. Núñez-Delgado b E. Álvarez-Rodríguez b M. Arias-Estévez a J.C. Nóvoa

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Zinc and copper uptake by plants under two transpiration

To evaluate the environmental risks of irrigating crops with treated wastewater, a study was undertaken to quantify heavy metal uptake by 4-week old buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum L.) plants during 18 days of irrigation with 8 different Cu and Zn solutions under two transpiration rates (TR). At 4 w

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Content of Zinc and Copper in Selected Plants Growing

2015-9-12  Zinc and copper content in the plants and in the soil was determined with the AAS methods using the spectrophotometer Varian Spectra AA-20 (Varian, Australia). The national road 2 is a part of the international route E-30 from Cork, Ireland, to Omsk in Russia. The test area, about 80 km east of Warsaw, is part of the Masovian Province, which is

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Interactions of arsenic, copper, and zinc in soil-plant

2020-11-25  Arsenic, copper, and zinc are common elements found in contaminated soils but little is known about their combined effects on plants when presented simultaneously. Here, we systematically investigated the phytotoxicity and uptake of binary and ternary mixtures of As, Cu, and Zn in a soil-plant system, using wheat ( Triticum aestivum ) as model

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Absorption and Toxicity of Copper and Zinc in Bean Plants

The interaction between copper, zinc, and chicken manure, whenadded to soil, was studied in a greenhouse setting. Coppersulfate and of zinc chloride at concentrations of 0.5 to 2.0mmol kg-1 were added separately to pots containing 3.0 kgof dystrophic dark red latosoil (LEd) plus 1,0% (m/m) pH 4.2chicken manure. IAPAR 57 beans were used as test plant andcultivated in the experimental soils

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UPTAKE AND ACCUMULATION OF ZINC, LEAD AND

2017-8-4  The amount of zinc, lead or copper accumulated in plants from zinc and lead tolerant and non-tolerant populations of Anthoxanthum odoratum L.varied depending on whether the plants were tolerant of the metal and on the period of exposure to the solution containing the metal.

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(PDF) Functions and homeostasis of zinc, copper, and

Functions and homeostasis of zinc, coppe r, and nickel in plants 233. a rather non-specific metal transporter that can import metal cations primarily. Fe 2+, but also Mn

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Fighting disease with metals: Role of copper and zinc in

2020-11-16  New ways of enhancing plant immunity must be identified to answer this pressing challenge. In this project, we propose to study how plants use essential metal nutrients (iron, copper, and zinc) to fend-off invading pathogens. This is a mechanism of plant immunity that has been scarcely explored in crops, in contrast to the available information

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Effects of Deficiency of Copper and Zinc on Metal-Ions

2011-9-19  and zinc in rice, the accumulation of iron, zinc, copper and magnesium were also measured by ICP-MS. The results showed OsNRAMP family of nine genes could be divided into three sub-categories. OsNRAMP5 was possibly involved in the uptake and and

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(PDF) Copper in plants ResearchGate

2005-3-1  Copper is an essential metal for plants. It plays key roles in photosynthetic and respiratory electron transport. chains, in ethylene sensing, cell wall metabolism,

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Content of Zinc and Copper in Selected Plants Growing

2015-9-12  Zinc and copper content in the plants and in the soil was determined with the AAS methods using the spectrophotometer Varian Spectra AA-20 (Varian, Australia). The national road 2 is a part of the international route E-30 from Cork, Ireland, to Omsk in Russia. The test area, about 80 km east of Warsaw, is part of the Masovian Province, which is

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Interactions of arsenic, copper, and zinc in soil-plant

Arsenic, copper, and zinc are common elements found in contaminated soils but little is known about their combined effects on plants when presented simultaneously. Here, we systematically investigated the phytotoxicity and uptake of binary and ternary mixtures of As, Cu, and Zn in a soil-plant syste

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Simultaneous routine determination of copper and zinc in

Copper and zinc were determined simultaneously in plant leaves by neutron-activation analysis. After ashing the leaves, in the presence of copper and zinc carriers, with fuming nitric and 70 per cent. perchloric acids, the solution was evaporated almost to dryness. The residue was treated with 4 hydrochloric acid

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UPTAKE AND ACCUMULATION OF ZINC, LEAD AND

2017-8-4  The amount of zinc, lead or copper accumulated in plants from zinc and lead tolerant and non-tolerant populations of Anthoxanthum odoratum L.varied depending on whether the plants were tolerant of the metal and on the period of exposure to the solution containing the metal.

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Changes in copper, lead and zinc concentrations in plants

Effects of paper mill sludge addition on the availability of metals were studied on different soils both laboratory and naturally polluted; copper, lead and zinc concentrations were determined in Hordeum Distichum plants grown on the untreated and on sludge-treated soils. In some case a decrease of metal concentration is observed on sludge-treated soils; these results are consistent with the

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Interactions of arsenic, copper, and zinc in soil-plant

2020-7-24  Arsenic, copper, and zinc are common elements found in contaminated soils but little is known about their combined effects on plants when presented simultaneously. Here, we systematically investigated the phytotoxicity and uptake of binary and ternary mixtures of As, Cu, and Zn in a soil-plant system, using wheat ( Triticum aestivum ) as model species.

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Fighting disease with metals: Role of copper and zinc in

2020-11-16  New ways of enhancing plant immunity must be identified to answer this pressing challenge. In this project, we propose to study how plants use essential metal nutrients (iron, copper, and zinc) to fend-off invading pathogens. This is a mechanism of plant immunity that has been scarcely explored in crops, in contrast to the available information

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Cadmium, copper, lead and zinc accumulation in wild plant

This investigation focused specifically on cadmium (Cd), copper (Cu), lead (Pb) and zinc (Zn) accumulation in 43 wild plant species and corresponding soils near a Pb smelting contaminated area. Soils in the study area had elevated Cd, Cu, Pb and Zn concentrations, with pollution indices ranked as Cd > Pb > Cu > Zn.

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Copper and Zinc in Estuarine Waters Near a Coal-Fired

2018-6-15  (1973). Copper and Zinc in Estuarine Waters Near a Coal-Fired Electric Power Plant—Correlation with Oyster Greening. Environmental Letters: Vol. 5, No. 3, pp. 165-174.

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Effects of Deficiency of Copper and Zinc on Metal-Ions

2011-9-19  and zinc in rice, the accumulation of iron, zinc, copper and magnesium were also measured by ICP-MS. The results showed OsNRAMP family of nine genes could be divided into three sub-categories. OsNRAMP5 was possibly involved in the uptake and and

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Anti-Cancer Diets and the Pitfalls of Plants: Copper and Zinc

2014-3-1  The zinc from animals, in contrast to the zinc from most plants, is easy for your body to absorb. Here’s a list of the approximate zinc content in 100 grams of some low copper animal foods: Beef, lamb, veal (dark meat, not white)—6 to 7 mg zinc. Turkey dark meat—4+ mg zinc. Veal white meat—3.5 mg zinc.

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ZINC/COPPER RATIO IN THE MEDICINAL PLANTS

2018-1-4  content of copper and zinc in dry matter of the examined samples of medicinal plants varied in dependence of the type of a plant and locality, i.e., of a edaphic and orographic factors.[14] Values of copper and zinc in the dry matter of medicinal plants and extracts were with in tolerable limits. Table 1.

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Simultaneous routine determination of copper and zinc in

Copper and zinc were determined simultaneously in plant leaves by neutron-activation analysis. After ashing the leaves, in the presence of copper and zinc carriers, with fuming nitric and 70 per cent. perchloric acids, the solution was evaporated almost to dryness. The residue was treated with 4 hydrochloric acid

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UPTAKE AND ACCUMULATION OF ZINC, LEAD AND

2017-8-4  The amount of zinc, lead or copper accumulated in plants from zinc and lead tolerant and non-tolerant populations of Anthoxanthum odoratum L.varied depending on whether the plants were tolerant of the metal and on the period of exposure to the solution containing the metal.

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Interactions of arsenic, copper, and zinc in soil-plant

2020-7-24  Arsenic, copper, and zinc are common elements found in contaminated soils but little is known about their combined effects on plants when presented simultaneously. Here, we systematically investigated the phytotoxicity and uptake of binary and ternary mixtures of As, Cu, and Zn in a soil-plant system, using wheat ( Triticum aestivum ) as model species.

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[PDF] Effect of cadmium, copper and zinc on plants, soil

On the contrary, such elements as copper and zinc are essential constituents of physiological processes in all living organisms, including microorganisms and plants. Some soils suffer from zinc and copper deficits, which is why they are enriched with fertilizers containing copper or zinc to satisfy the nutritional requirements of crops.

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Changes in copper, lead and zinc concentrations in plants

Effects of paper mill sludge addition on the availability of metals were studied on different soils both laboratory and naturally polluted; copper, lead and zinc concentrations were determined in Hordeum Distichum plants grown on the untreated and on sludge-treated soils. In some case a decrease of metal concentration is observed on sludge-treated soils; these results are consistent with the

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Effect of copper and zinc on seed germination

To investigate the effect of copper and zinc on germination, phytotoxicity, seedling vigor and tolerance, a laboratory experiment was undertaken on tomato (cultivar Roma VF) at Ambo University, Ethiopia. Copper and zinc in seven levels each (0, 100, 200, 300, 400, 500 and 600 ppm), were arranged in factorial CRD with four replications.

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In vitro complexes of copper and zinc with chlorophyll

2006-9-14  Plants easily absorb many toxic heavy metals.3,4 Once absorbed, they penetrate the plant tissues (including the leaves) and, in higher concentrations, they may inhibit photosynthesis.5–7 Heavy metals can replace the labile bonded central magnesium atom (Mg) of chlorophyll, to form heavy metal complexes (Chl–HMS). 8–10 The

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Accumulation of Cadmium, Copper, and Zinc in Five

1992-2-1  Concentrations of cadmium, copper, and zinc were determined in adults, larvae, larval faeces, and host plants of four monophagous and one oligophagous phytophagous insect species. In this way, transport of these metals from the plants via the larvae to the adults could be followed.

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