Heavy metal accumulation and changes in metabolic parameters in Cajanas cajan grown in mine spoil.

@article{Roy2010HeavyMA,
  title={Heavy metal accumulation and changes in metabolic parameters in Cajanas cajan grown in mine spoil.},
  author={Bijoy Krishna Roy and Rajendra Prasad and Gunjan},
  journal={Journal of environmental biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={31 5},
  pages={567-73}
}
The extent of accumulation of some heavy metals in root and aerial plant parts, total chlorophyll, protein and yield of C. cajan exposed to mine spoil were investigated. Chlorophyll and protein level on the control site increased from the basal level to 1.49 fold and 1.92 fold respectively on 150 d and attained a plateau within 210 d. The maximum decline in leaf protein and yield in selected mine spoil has been observed 37% (18.46 mg g(-1) fresh wt) and 76% at 150 d and maintained a slight… CONTINUE READING
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