Phytoremediation

Use of PLANTS to accumulate or degrade ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANTS.

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2009
2009
Sharon Doty received a BS degree in genetics from the University of California, Davis (1989), and a PhD in Microbiology from the… (More)
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2009
2009
Phytoremediation of volatile organic contaminants often proves not ideal because plants and their rhizosphere microbes only… (More)
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2004
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2004
Phytoremediation of highly water soluble and volatile organic xenobiotics is often inefficient because plants do not completely… (More)
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2004
2004
Phytoremediation, a novel plant-based remediation technology, is applied to a variety of radionuclide-contaminated sites all over… (More)
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2004
2004
Worldwide, fuelwood demands, soil and groundwater contamination, and agriculture's impact on nature are growing concerns. Fast… (More)
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2004
2004
Phytoremediation of creosote-contaminated soil was monitored in the presence of Tall fescue, Kentucky blue grass, or Wild rye… (More)
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2001
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2001
The EPA Regional Ground Water Forum is a group of EPA professionals representing Regional Superfund and Resource Conservation and… (More)
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1997
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1997
Phytoremediation uses plants to remove pollutants from the environment. The use of metal-accumulating plants to clean soil and… (More)
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1997
1997
Plants ranging from pennycress to poplar trees are proving their worth as cleanup tools. 
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1996
Highly Cited
1996
We often think of plants primarily as a source of wood, food, and fiber. Secoridarily we may also appreciate their presence for… (More)
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