Delivery, uptake, fate, and transport of engineered nanoparticles in plants: a critical review and data analysis

@article{Su2019DeliveryUF,
  title={Delivery, uptake, fate, and transport of engineered nanoparticles in plants: a critical review and data analysis},
  author={Yiming Su and V. Ashworth and C. Kim and A. Adeleye and P. Rolshausen and C. Roper and Jason C. White and D. Jassby},
  journal={Environmental science. Nano},
  year={2019},
  volume={6},
  pages={2311-2331}
}
The increasing demand for food coupled to various environmental pressures, is increasing the importance of sustainable agricultural practices. Based on results published across a wide range of disciplines, it is becoming evident that nanotechnology can play a crucial role in increasing the sustainability of agriculture, particularly in the area of fertilizer delivery, gene modification, and pest control. In this paper, we review critical plant morphological and physiological indices (pore size… Expand
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