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Uptake and distribution of minerals and heavy metals in commonly grown leafy vegetable species irrigated with sewage water
Heavy metal uptake and accumulation behavior in dietary vegetables irrigated with sewage waters is an important issue worldwide. The main objective of this study was to examine and compare theExpand
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DIEBACK DISEASE PREDICTIVE MODEL FOR SEXUALLY AND ASEXUALLY PROPAGATED DALBERGIA SISSOO (SHISHAM)
Dieback disease is a potential threat to Dalbergia sissoo (Shisham) which is a multipurpose tree of the Indian subcontinent. Different factors have been found associated with inciting shishamExpand
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Comparing the Early Stage Carbon Sequestration Rates and Effects on Soil Physico-Chemical Properties after Two Years of Planting Agroforestry Trees
Farm friendly and fast growing trees are the sustainable, cheaper and efficient source of carbon sequestration and carbon stock, however, their carbon sequestration potential vary among tree speciesExpand
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CARBON SEQUESTRATION AND PRODUCTION OF Eucalyptus camaldulensis PLANTATIONS ONMARGINAL SANDY AGRICULTURAL LANDS Muhammad
Continuous net positive CO2 fluxes towards atmosphere due to fossil fuel burning, deforestation, land use change and other anthropogenic actions are directly resulting in climate change and globalExpand
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Influence of NaCl-salinity on Pb-uptake behavior and growth of River Red gum tree (Eucalyptus camaldulensis Dehnh.)
Lead (Pb) is one of the most toxic and persistent elements, with no known biological role. High concentrations of lead enter saline soils through anthropogenic activities and industrial waste. TheExpand
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ANOMALOUS AERIAL ROOTS IN GREY MANGROVES OF AN ARID CLIMATE LAGOON
., 1981) which unlike the normal pneumatophores grow downwards from the exposed basal part of the trunk. This was considered to be an exception among mangroves and a consequence of oil pollution andExpand
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Factors affecting redox reactions in hydromorphic soils. A review.
Research was designed to reduce herbicide use by replacing post emergence herbicides with readily available sea water to control tropical turfgrass weeds. In studies evaluating the use of salineExpand
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Harnessing natural colorants from algal species for fabric dyeing: a sustainable eco-friendly approach for textile processing
Little information regarding the utilization of algal-based pigments in textile industry is available despite their abundance in aquatic ecosystems, varying color nature, and relatively fast-growingExpand
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IMPACTS OF RICE PLANT ROOTS ON THE VARIATION IN ELECTRO-PHYSICO- CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF SOIL WATERS
Lowland rice crop is cultivated under continuous flooding and anaerobic conditions but rhizospheric region of the rice plants can have different physico-chemical conditions than in the absence ofExpand
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