Constructed wetland systems vegetated with different plants applied to the treatment of tannery wastewater.
Remediation of Heavy Metal Contaminated Soils: Phytoremediation as a Potentially Promising Clean-Up Technology
To enhance phytoremediation as a viable strategy, microbiota from the rhizosphere can play an important role, but the use of genetic engineering can also increase the success of the technique.
Cell membrane damage induced by phenolic acids on wine lactic acid bacteria.
Assessment of the plant growth promotion abilities of six bacterial isolates using Zea mays as indicator plant.
Arsenic, lead and nickel accumulation in Rubus ulmifolius growing in contaminated soil in Portugal.
Substrate effect on bacterial communities from constructed wetlands planted with Typha latifolia treating industrial wastewater
Treatment of industrial wastewater with two-stage constructed wetlands planted with Typha latifolia and Phragmites australis.
Inoculating Helianthus annuus (sunflower) grown in zinc and cadmium contaminated soils with plant growth promoting bacteria--effects on phytoremediation strategies.
The Effects of Tannery Wastewater on the Development of Different Plant Species and Chromium Accumulation in Phragmites australis
- C. Calheiros, A. O. Rangel, P. Castro
- Environmental ScienceArchives of Environmental Contamination and…
- 24 January 2008
Higher germination levels were achieved when the plants were exposed to effluent originating from the outlet of constructed wetland pilot units, allowing germination of all tested plants, indicating a significant decrease in its toxicity level.
Changes in the bacterial community structure in two-stage constructed wetlands with different plants for industrial wastewater treatment.