Uptake, removal, accumulation, and phytotoxicity of phenol in willow trees (Salix viminalis).

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Phenol is an intermediate in the metabolism of plants, but it also is a high-volume production compound frequently found in the environment. The relation between removal, uptake, accumulation, and toxicity of phenol in willow trees (Salix viminalis) was determined. Willows were exposed to phenol levels up to 1000 mg/L in hydroponic solution and sand… (More)

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@article{Ucisik2006UptakeRA, title={Uptake, removal, accumulation, and phytotoxicity of phenol in willow trees (Salix viminalis).}, author={Ahmed Suheyl Ucisik and S Trapp}, journal={Environmental toxicology and chemistry}, year={2006}, volume={25 9}, pages={2455-60} }