Mycoremediation: the study of transfer factor for plutonium and americium uptake from the ground

@article{Galanda2014MycoremediationTS,
  title={Mycoremediation: the study of transfer factor for plutonium and americium uptake from the ground},
  author={Du{\vs}an Galanda and L’ubom{\'i}r M{\'a}tel and Jana Stri{\vs}ovsk{\'a} and Silvia Dulansk{\'a}},
  journal={Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry},
  year={2014},
  volume={299},
  pages={1411-1416}
}
In our scientific research we have monitored mycoremediation’s properties of oyster mushrooms in cultivation on the soil what is contaminated by solutions with radioactive isotopes of 239Pu and 241Am with known activity. We monitored specific activities of absorbed radionuclides in fruiting bodies and chemical forms of radionuclides which were compared to calculated specific activities of two background samples of oyster mushrooms intended for consumer purpose. We determined distributive… 

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