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Influence of High and Low Levels of Plant-Beneficial Heavy Metal Ions on Plant Growth and Development
Heavy metals (HMs) exists in the environment in both forms as essential and non-essential. These HM ions enter in soil biota from various sources like natural and anthropogenic. Essential HMs such as… Expand
Assessment of Antioxidant Potential of Plants in Response to Heavy Metals
Heavy metals (HMs) are consequential environmental contaminant, and their prodigious bioaccumulation in the surroundings has become an enigma for all living organisms including plants. Heavy metal… Expand
Exogenous Mineral Regulation Under Heavy Metal Stress: Advances and Prospects
Heavy metals (HMs) contaminate the soil through various natural and anthropogenic resources and are transported to the plant systems. These heavy metals are translocated within the plant system by… Expand
Interaction of Copper Oxide Nanoparticles With Plants: Uptake, Accumulation, and Toxicity
Abstract The expansion of industrialization to meet development needs requires specific target technology based on innovative systems, including nanotechnology and nanomaterials that exploit the… Expand
Silicon: A Potential Element to Combat Adverse Impact of UV-B in plants
Current Trends of Engineered Nanoparticles (ENPs) in Sustainable Agriculture: An Overview
Nanotechnology is an interesting area of multifaceted research in agricultural perspective. This technology incorporates the manufacturing of material at nano level. Nanoparticles (NPs) have now… Expand
Toxicity of Copper oxide nanoparticle on physiology and biochemistry of Solanum lycopersicum as evident by growth, photosynthetic pigment content and PS II photochemistry: toxicity alleviation by…
Copper oxide nanoparticles (CuONPs) toxicity has greatly affected the environment and particularly plants. It causes rapid changes in plant morphology and physiology; however, the changes can be… Expand
Assessment of indole-3-acetic acid induced morpho-physiological responses and ROS scavenging in silver nanoparticles stressed Oryza sativa seedlings.
Silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) are used in several commercial products, medical and diagnostic treatments, and as nano-pesticide and nano-herbicide. On release, it contaminates the environment and… Expand