Thiosulphate-induced mercury accumulation by plants: metal uptake and transformation of mercury fractionation in soil - results from a field study

@article{Wang2013ThiosulphateinducedMA,
  title={Thiosulphate-induced mercury accumulation by plants: metal uptake and transformation of mercury fractionation in soil - results from a field study},
  author={Jianxu Wang and Xinbin Feng and Christopher William Noel Anderson and Heng Wang and Lulu Wang},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2013},
  volume={375},
  pages={21-33}
}
The thiosulphate induced accumulation of mercury by the three plants Brassica juncea var.LDZY, Brassica juncea var.ASKYC and Brassica napus var. ZYYC and the transformation of mercury fractionation in the rhizosphere of each plant was investigated in the field. Experimental farmland was divided into control and thiosulphate plots. Each plot was divided into three subplots with each planted with one of the plants. After harvesting, the mercury concentration in plants, mercury fractionation in… CONTINUE READING

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