Bohong Zheng

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Hydroponic experiments were performed to investigate the ameliorating effects and mitigation mechanisms of selenium and silicon on Cd toxicity in Boehmeria nivea (L.) Gaud. Metal accumulation, chlorophyll content, activities of antioxidant enzymes, and antioxidant contents in ramie were evaluated. The results revealed that cadmium was mainly accumulated in(More)
Fe3O4@SiO2-Chitosan/GO (MSCG) nanocomposite was investigated by various techniques (SEM, TEM, XRD, VSM, FT-IR, XPS) for the removal of tetracycline (TC). Effects of pH, zeta potential and initial contaminant concentration were studied in detail. Four background cations (Na+, K+, Ca2+ and Mg2+) with a concentration of 0.01M showed little influence on the TC(More)
Heavy metal pollution is a major concern of the public due to their threats to the safety of food chains. A 60-day pot experiment was conducted using Macleaya cordata as plant material to investigate the phytoremediation potential and anti-oxidative responses of M. cordata under different Cd stress. Significant growth inhibition phenomenon and toxic(More)
In this work, a novel potential adsorbent, citric acid (CA)-modified biochar, named as CAWB, was obtained from water hyacinth biomass by slow pyrolysis in a N2 environment at 300 °C. The CA modification focused on enhancing the contaminants adsorption capacity of biochar pyrolyzed at relatively low temperature. Over 90 % of the total methylene blue (MB)(More)
Soil mineral depletion is a major issue due mainly to soil erosion and nutrient leaching. The addition of biochar is a solution because biochar has been shown to improve soil fertility, to promote plant growth, to increase crop yield, and to reduce contaminations. We review here biochar potential to improve soil fertility. The main properties of biochar are(More)
As the foundation of urban development, construction land is also the basic material security of regional urbanization. Besides, accurate forecast of the land demand for urban construction is also important for the planning compilation of construction land. Thus, a non-equidistance optimum model GM(1,1) was proposed using the minimum average relative error(More)
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