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Effect of heavy metals on photosynthetic apparatus and antioxidant status of elodea
Elodea plants (Elodea (Egeria) densa Planch.) were incubated in the presence of individual and mixed 1 μM sulfate salts of Ni, Cd, Cu, Zn, and Mn to study the influence of heavy metals (HM) on shootExpand
Thiols as biomarkers of heavy metal tolerance in the aquatic macrophytes of Middle Urals, Russia
ABSTRACT Aquatic macrophytes, viz. Sagittaria sagittifolia L., Lemna gibba L., Elodea canadensis Michx., Batrachium trichophyllum (Chaix.) Bosch., Ceratophyllum demersum L. and Potamogeton sp. (P.Expand
Influence of exogenous urea on photosynthetic pigments, 14CO2 uptake, and urease activity in Elodea densa—environmental implications
This paper analyzes the effect of exogenous urea in increased concentration gradient (0, 100, 500 and 1,000 mg L−1) on photosynthetic pigments (measured spectrophotometrically), uptake of 14CO2Expand
Structural and functional parameters of higher aquatic plants from habitats differing in levels of anthropogenic impact
The chemical composition, parameters of the photosynthetic apparatus, and system of the antioxidant protection were studied in higher aquatic plants from habitats differing in the levels ofExpand
Urea-induced oxidative damage in Elodea densa leaves
Urea being a fertilizer is expected to be less toxic to plants. However, it was found that urea at 100 mg L−1 caused the oxidative stress in Elodea leaves due to the formation of reactive oxygenExpand
Accumulation of heavy metals in leaves of submerged hydrophytes (Elodea canadensis Michx. and Potamogeton perfoliatus L.) and their responses to the effect of the wastewater of a metallurgical plant
The accumulation of heavy metals (Cu, Ni, Zn, Mn, and Fe), parameters of the photosynthetic apparatus, and flavonoid content in leaves of two widespread species of submerged hydrophytes (ElodeaExpand
Leaf Mesophyll Structure and Photosynthetic Activity in Calla palustris L. from Natural Habitats with Different Level of Technogenic Pollution
A study of leaf structure and CO2 assimilation rate was conducted on the emergent plant Calla palustris L. from natural habitats with different levels of technogenic pollution (the Sak-Elga River,Expand