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Regularities of the manifestation of cadmium phytotoxicity on growth indices (height, leaf surface area, and plant biomass) as well as yield and nutritional value of broad bean cultivar Orletskie growing on sod-podzolic sandy loam soil polluted by the metal in doses of 2–100 mg/kg are established.
Levels of phytotoxic effects of cadmium on the values of growth, development, and productivity of field beans and cadmium accumulation in the crop yield for plants grown on typical chernozem affected by the metal pollution at rates of 2 to 100 mg/kg have been found.
Information is given on the microelement composition of milk, wool, and skin of goats and the regularities of mineral metabolism providing the distribution of microelements in them are established. The expediency of using the “milk/wool” distribution coefficient for evaluating the chronic uptake of heavy metals into milk is shown.
It is shown on the basis pot experiment data that, depending on the concentration and length of effect of copper, not only the magnitude but also the direction of the effect can change. A dose-dependent accumulation of the metal and an increase in crude protein content are noted in the green mass of broad beans at a copper pollution level in sod-podzolic… (More)