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- D. Ubersfeld; C. Leyval; P. O. Redon; C. Mustin
- European journal of soil science 2018 v.69 no.2 pp. 348-359
- air; aluminum; anions; antioxidants; argillite; calcium; carvacrol; cations; chlorine; clay; iron; leachates; leaching; linalool; magnesium; metabolites; nitrates; oxidation; phosphates; potassium; pyrite; root exudates; soil; soil minerals; sulfates; thymol; weathering
- ... Minerals excavated during industrial activities are stored on the soil surface, exposed to weathering, which leads to the initial development of soil. Plants contribute to soil mineral weathering, mainly by producing acidic or complexing root exudates. In addition, many plants produce antioxidant compounds and phenolic substances that could also contribute to mineral transformation processes, but ...