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- Wang, Houcheng, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Environmental science and pollution research international 2018 v.25 no.8 pp. 7418-7432
- Vicia faba; antagonism; bioavailability; biomass; cadmium; composts; copper; faba beans; food safety; heavy metals; leaves; loess; magnesium chloride; nutrients; nutrition; physicochemical properties; plant height; roots; sludge; soil; stems; toxicity; zinc
- ... Municipal sludge compost (MSC) is commonly used as fertilizer or an amendment in barren soils. However, MSC-borne Cd is of great concern in food safety because of its toxicity. Loess subsoil (LS) is barren and lacks nutrients, but it has a strong ability to absorb and stabilize heavy metals. Hence, LS may be amended with MSC and may reduce the bioavailability of Cd. To simulate the dose effect of ...
- Wang, Houcheng, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Environmental science and pollution research international 2016 v.23 no.20 pp. 20232-20242
- EDTA (chelating agent); arid zones; bioavailability; cadmium; composts; copper; dry matter accumulation; humans; lead; magnesium chloride; nickel; nitrogen content; phosphorus; risk; sewage sludge; soil; soil organic matter; wheat; zinc; China
- ... The effect of sewage sludge on the mobility and the bioavailability of trace metals in plant-soil systems have aroused wide interested and been widely explored. Based on a wheat-cultivating experiment, the effect of municipal sludge compost (MSC) on the mobility and bioavailability of Cd in a soil-wheat system was studied. With the application of MSC, soil organic matter (SOM), total nitrogen (TN) ...