Toxicity of Inorganic Mercury to Native Australian Grass Grown in Three Different Soils.

Abstract

In this study, three native Australian grasses namely Iseilema membranaceum (Barcoo), Dichanthium sericeum (Queensland Blue) and Sporobolus africanus (Tussock) were grown in three different soils spiked with different concentrations of inorganic mercury and the root elongation was monitored up to 28 days following the germination. Results showed that… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00128-017-2096-4

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