Comparative of Quercus spp. and Salix spp. for phytoremediation of Pb/Zn mine tailings.

@article{Shi2017ComparativeOQ,
  title={Comparative of Quercus spp. and Salix spp. for phytoremediation of Pb/Zn mine tailings.},
  author={Xiang Quan Shi and Shufeng Wang and Haijing Sun and Yitai Chen and Dongxue Wang and Hongwei Pan and Yazhu Zou and Jianfeng Liu and Linyu Zheng and Xiulian Zhao and Zeping Jiang},
  journal={Environmental science and pollution research international},
  year={2017},
  volume={24 4},
  pages={3400-3411}
}
A pot experiment was conducted to evaluate the feasibility of using tree seedlings for the phytoremediation of lead/zinc (Pb/Zn) mine tailings. Seedlings of three Quercus spp. (Q. shumardii, Q. phellos, and Q. virginiana) and rooted cuttings of two Salix spp. (S. matsudana and S. integra) were transplanted into pots containing 50 and 100 % Pb/Zn mine tailings to evaluate their tolerance of heavy metals. The five species showed different tolerance levels to the Pb/Zn tailings treatments. Q… CONTINUE READING
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