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How relevant is recalcitrance for the stabilization of organic matter in soils
Traditionally, the selective preservation of certain recalcitrant organic compounds and the formation of recalcitrant humic substances have been regarded as an important mechanism for soil organic
TiO2 and ZnO nanoparticles negatively affect wheat growth and soil enzyme activities in agricultural soil.
The effect of TiO(2) and ZnO nanoparticles on wheat growth and soil enzyme activities under field conditions is investigated and the nanoparticles themselves or their dissolved ions were clearly toxic for the soil ecosystem.
[Foodborne disease outbreaks in China from 1992 to 2001 national foodborne disease surveillance system].
More work needs to be done to improve the foodborne disease surveillance system, as bacterial pathogens caused the largest percentage of outbreaks and cases and chemical agents caused the most cases.
Solution by dilution?—A review on the pollution status of the Yangtze River
It can be stated that dilution reduces the ecotoxicological risk in the Yangtze River, but does not eliminate it.
Effect of three cooking methods on nutrient components and antioxidant capacities of bamboo shoot (Phyllostachys praecox C.D. Chu et C.S. Chao)
It is concluded that stir-frying is more suitable for bamboo shoots because it could obtain the maximum retention of antioxidant capacities.
Elevated CO2 levels affects the concentrations of copper and cadmium in crops grown in soil contaminated with heavy metals under fully open-air field conditions.
This study indicates that elevated CO(2) alters the distribution of contaminant elements in soil and plants, thereby probably affecting food quality and safety.