Accumulation, translocation and conversion of six arsenic species in rice plants grown near a mine impacted city.

@article{Ma2017AccumulationTA,
  title={Accumulation, translocation and conversion of six arsenic species in rice plants grown near a mine impacted city.},
  author={Li Ma and Lin Wang and Yuyu Jia and Zhaoguang Yang},
  journal={Chemosphere},
  year={2017},
  volume={183},
  pages={
          44-52
        }
}
Paddy rice (Oryza sativa L.) as the staple food in China was found to be efficient in accumulating arsenic (As) due to cultivated in flooded paddy soil. Uptake and translocation of As in rice plant depended on the As species. In this work, rice plant samples including roots, straws and grains as well as rhizosphere soils were collected from paddy fields near Changsha, a mine impacted city in Southern China. The total As concentrations in the collected samples were observed in the descending… CONTINUE READING

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