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  • Paul N. Williams, Adam H. Price, Andrea Raab, Shahid Akhtar Hossain, Joerg Feldmann, Andrew A. Meharg
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Environmental science & technology
  • 2005 (First Publication: 1 August 2005)
  • Ingestion of drinking water is not the only elevated source of arsenic to the diet in the Bengal Delta. Even at background levels, the arsenic in rice contributes considerably to arsenic ingestion inExpand
  • Junru Wang, Fang-Jie Zhao, Andrew A. Meharg, Andrea Raab, Joerg Feldmann, Steve P McGrath
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Plant Physiology
  • 2002 (First Publication: 1 November 2002)
  • The mechanisms of arsenic (As) hyperaccumulation inPteris vittata, the first identified As hyperaccumulator, are unknown. We investigated the interactions of arsenate and phosphate on the uptake andExpand
  • Paul N. Williams, Mohammad Rafiqul Islam, +5 authors Andrew A. Meharg
  • Medicine, Environmental Science
  • Environmental science & technology
  • 2006 (First Publication: 1 August 2006)
  • Concern has been raised by Bangladeshi and international scientists about elevated levels of arsenic in Bengali food, particularly in rice grain. This is the first inclusive food market-basket surveyExpand
  • Paul N. Williams, Antía Villada, +5 authors Andrew A. Meharg
  • Medicine, Environmental Science
  • Environmental science & technology
  • 2007 (First Publication: 1 October 2007)
  • Paired grain, shoot, and soil of 173 individual sample sets of commercially farmed temperate rice, wheat, and barley were surveyed to investigate variation in the assimilation and translocation ofExpand
  • Guo-Xin Sun, Paul N. Williams, +6 authors Andrew A. Meharg
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Environmental science & technology
  • 2008 (First Publication: 1 October 2008)
  • Rice is more elevated in arsenic than all other grain crops tested to date, with whole grain (brown) rice having higher arsenic levels than polished (white). It is reported here that rice bran, bothExpand