Tributyltin and triphenyltin uptake by lettuce.

@article{Lespes2009TributyltinAT,
  title={Tributyltin and triphenyltin uptake by lettuce.},
  author={Ga{\"e}tane Lespes and Christophe Marcic and Julien Heroult and Isabelle Le H{\'e}cho and Laurence Denaix},
  journal={Journal of environmental management},
  year={2009},
  volume={90 Suppl 1},
  pages={S60-8}
}
This paper provides quantitative information on the transfer of TBT (tributyltin) and TPhT (triphenyltin) from sludged soil to cultivated lettuce. The effect of their initial concentrations in the soil (varying from 20 to 50 microg(Sn)kg(-1) for each triorganotin), sludge amount (between 1% and 9%), and cultivation duration (32-54 days) was evaluated by means of experimental designs. The impact of the cultivation temperature at 13 degrees C and 19 degrees C on organotin fate in the soil/plant… CONTINUE READING

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