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- Meng, Zhong-wen, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Chemosphere 2019 v.217 pp. 816-824
- Brassica rapa subsp. chinensis; Codex Alimentarius; European Union; arable soils; arsenic; biomass; cadmium; calcareous soils; case studies; catalase; chlorophyll; ecosystems; enzyme activity; food safety; habitats; lead; leaf area; malondialdehyde; mineral fertilizers; mining; molybdenum; peroxidase; photosystem II; seedlings; slags; superoxide dismutase; toxicity; China
- ... Large quantities of molybdenum (Mo) slag are generated as a by-product during mining and smelting, which not only occupy huge stretches of arable land and natural habitats but also threaten the local ecosystem and environment. How to recycle this Mo slag is becoming an urgent issue. Here, we reported the toxicity assessment of Mo slag as a mineral fertilizer for slag recycling in agricultural prac ...
- Meng, Zhong-wen, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Environmental science and pollution research international 2013 v.20 no.7 pp. 4807-4816
- antioxidant activity; biotic stress; cadmium; chlorophyll; crops; glutathione-disulfide reductase; heavy metals; human health; hydrogen peroxide; hydroxyl radicals; lead; photosynthetically active radiation; plasma membrane; protein synthesis; relative humidity; seed germination; seedling growth; seedlings; seeds; shoots; soil ecology; soil quality; superoxide dismutase; vibration; wheat
- ... Heavy metals have long-term adverse impacts on the health of soil ecosystems and even exhibit hazardous influences on human health. Literatures have shown that heavy metals could result in the reduction of crops growth and development and finally result in crops production decline. To determine whether or not ultrasonic vibration alleviate damage induced by cadmium and lead in crops, the wheat see ...