Growth response and phytoextraction of copper at different levels in soils by Elsholtzia splendens.

@article{Jiang2004GrowthRA,
  title={Growth response and phytoextraction of copper at different levels in soils by Elsholtzia splendens.},
  author={Liying Jiang and Xiaoe E Yang and Zhenli He},
  journal={Chemosphere},
  year={2004},
  volume={55 9},
  pages={1179-87}
}
Phytoremediation is a promising approach for cleaning up soils contaminated with heavy metals. Information is needed to understand growth response and uptake mechanisms of heavy metals by some plant species with exceptional capability in absorbing and superaccumulating metals from soils. Greenhouse study, field trial, and old mined area survey were conducted to evaluate growth response and Cu phytoextraction of Elsholtzia splendens in contaminated soils, which has been recently identified to be… CONTINUE READING
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