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by George R. Gobran,Walter W. Wenzel,Enzo Lombi

Author: George R. Gobran,Walter W. Wenzel,Enzo Lombi
Subcategory: Agricultural Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (September 26, 2000)
Pages: 344 pages
Category: Math and Science
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The first book devoted to the complex interactions between trace elements, soils, plants, and microorganisms in. .ere interactions have attracted renewed attention as plants have been proposed for use in the remediation of contaminated soils

ere interactions have attracted renewed attention as plants have been proposed for use in the remediation of contaminated soils. Trace Elements in the Rhizosphere provides an in-depth look at rhizosphere processes and leads the way to further understanding and developments in this field.

First Published 2000. Written by an international team of authors, it provides a comprehensive overview of the me. Table of contents.

George R. Gobran, Walter W. Wenzel, Enzo Lombi

George R. Wenzel, Enzo Lombi. Written by an international team of authors, it provides a comprehensive overview of the mechanisms and fate of trace elements in the rhizosphere and the application of this information to phytoremediation technologies and sustainable agriculture and forestry.

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The rhizosphere in soil environments refers to the narrow zone of soil influenced by the root and exudates. Microbial populations in the rhizosphere can be 10 - 100 times larger than the populations in the bulk soil.

Written by an international team of authors, it provides a comprehensive overview of the me. Phytoavailability of Trace Elements and Radionuclides in the Rhizosphere and Application to Phytoremediation. Interactions of Trace Elements with Root Microbial Associations. 1. View via Publisher.

Phytoavailability of Trace Elements and Radionuclides in the Rhizosphere and Application to Phytoremediation. Experimental Techniques and Modeling Approaches to Study the Fate of Trace Elements in the Rhizospere. By: George R Gobran, Walter W Wenzel and Enzo Lombi. Publisher: CRC Press.

R. Cuniglio, Dipartimento di Scienze Ambientali e delle Produzioni Vegetali, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, Italy. S. Declerck, Université catholique de Louvain, Unité de microbiologie, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium. Wenzel, Enzo Lombi - Trace Elements in the Rhizosphere. Ramon C. Littell, P. George A. Milliken, P., Walter W. Stroup, Russell D. Wolfinger, Oliver Schabenberber - SAS for Mixed Models. Wolfinger, Oliver Schabenberber.

The first book devoted to the complex interactions between trace elements, soils, plants, and microorganisms in the rhizosphere, Trace Elements in the Rhizosphere brings together the experimental, investigative, and modeling branches of rhizosphere research. Written by an international team of authors, it provides a comprehensive overview of the mechanisms and fate of trace elements in the rhizosphere and the application of this information to phytoremediation technologies and sustainable agriculture and forestry.With ecological and environmental issues moving to the forefront, the focus of rhizosphere research has increasingly shifted to studying the effect of plant-microbial association on the bioavailability, uptake, and transformation of inorganic and organic contaminants in soils. Contaminant-rhizosphere interactions have attracted renewed attention as plants have been proposed for use in the remediation of contaminated soils. Trace Elements in the Rhizosphere provides an in-depth look at rhizosphere processes and leads the way to further understanding and developments in this field.