Plant Contamination

Plant Contamination

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This book describes the physiological and anatomical principles and the chemical and physical factors that determine uptake, translocation, accumulation, loss, and metabolism of anthropogenic chemicals in plants. Expert authors in the fields of biology, chemistry, ecology, environmental physics, and biochemistry provide recently developed methods and models for estimation of the behavior of environmental chemicals in the soil-plant-air system-information that is essential in the hazard assessment of new and existing chemicals.Modeling and Simulation of Organic Chemical Processes Craig Mc Farlane, Stefan Trapp. REFERENCES 1. Worthing, C.E. and Hance, R.J. (1991), The Pesticide Manual, 9th ed. ... A Laboratory Manual, Methuen and Co., London. 11. ... J.A. (1975), Transport of indolacetic acid in plant cells in relation to pH and electrical potential gradients, and its significance for polar IAA transport, New Phytol., 74: 163.

Title:Plant Contamination
Author: Craig Mc Farlane, Stefan Trapp
Publisher:CRC Press - 1994-10-12

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