Fate of neutral-charged gold nanoparticles in the roots of the Hordeum vulgare L. cultivar Karat

@inproceedings{MilewskaHendel2017FateON,
  title={Fate of neutral-charged gold nanoparticles in the roots of the Hordeum vulgare L. cultivar Karat},
  author={Anna Milewska-Hendel and Maciej Zubko and Jagna Karcz and Danuta Str{\'o}ż and Ewa Urszula Kurczynska},
  booktitle={Scientific Reports},
  year={2017}
}
Nanoparticles (NPs) have a significant impact on the environment and living organisms. The influence of NPs on plants is intensively studied and most of the data indicate that NPs can penetrate into plants. The studies presented here were performed on the roots of Hordeum vulgare L. seedlings using neutral-charge gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) of different sizes. In contrast to the majority of the published data, the results presented here showed that during the culture period, AuNPs: 1/did not… CONTINUE READING
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