Hazards of bisphenol A (BPA) exposure: A systematic review of plant toxicology studies.

  title={Hazards of bisphenol A (BPA) exposure: A systematic review of plant toxicology studies.},
  author={Changyun Xiao and Li-hong Wang and Qing Zhou and Xiaohua Huang},
  journal={Journal of hazardous materials},
Effect of the plastic pollutant bisphenol A on the biology of aquatic organisms: A meta‐analysis
Overall BPA exposure affected aquatic organisms negatively, and had negative effects on the cardiovascular system, development, growth and survival, and invertebrates and amphibians seem to be particularly affected.
Plant species compositions alleviate toxicological effects of bisphenol A by enhancing growth, antioxidant defense system, and detoxification
Bisphenol A (BPA), a broadly disseminated endocrine disturbing chemicals in environment, is harmful to creatures and plants. Plants can uptake and metabolize BPA, but a single plant species ability
Hydrogen Peroxide Production by the Spot-Like Mode Action of Bisphenol A
It can be concluded that the necrotic death-like spots under BPA exposure could be due to ROS accumulation, but also H2O2 generation seems to play a role in the leaf response against BPA-related stress conditions.
Emerging Pollutants in Moroccan Wastewater: Occurrence, Impact, and Removal Technologies
The rapid growth of anthropogenic activities in recent decades has resulted in the appearance of numerous new chemical compounds in the environment, known as “emerging pollutants” (EPs) or
UV Stimulated Manganese Dioxide for the Persulfate Catalytic Degradation of Bisphenol A
One of the most commonly produced industrial chemicals worldwide, bisphenol A (BPA), is used as a precursor in plastics, resins, paints, and many other materials. It has been proved that BPA can


Effects of bisphenol A, an environmental endocrine disruptor, on the endogenous hormones of plants
Treatment with 1.5 mg L−1 BPA improved the growth of soybean seedlings and increased the content of ABA and the ratios of growth and stress hormones were correlated with the increase in the BPA content of the roots, suggesting BPA could affect plant growth through changing the levels of single endogenous hormone.
Effects of bisphenol A on key enzymes in cellular respiration of soybean seedling roots
The environmental endocrine disrupter bisphenol A (BPA) is ubiquitous in the environment, with potential toxic effects on plants. Previous studies have found a significant effect of BPA on levels of
Bisphenol A: An endocrine disruptor with widespread exposure and multiple effects
  • B. Rubin
  • Biology
    The Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • 2011
Ubiquity of bisphenol A in the atmosphere.
Effects of bisphenol A on mineral nutrition in soybean seedling roots
Bisphenol A (BPA) is a ubiquitous chemical in the environment and potentially harmful to plants. However, relevant studies of the effects of BPA on plants are relatively scarce. In the present work,
Effects of bisphenol A on growth and nitrogen nutrition of roots of soybean seedlings
Bisphenol A (BPA) is an environmental endocrine disruptor that seriously threatens ecological systems. Plants are the primary producers in ecological systems, but little information is available