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- Mzibri, Mohammed El, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Environmental and experimental botany 2015 v.109 pp. 186-192
- Brassicaceae; aerial parts; anthocyanins; bioaccumulation; chlorophyll; genes; hydroponics; lead; leaves; metal tolerance; mining; phytoremediation; polluted soils; Morocco
- ... Hirschfeldia incana is a pseudometallophyte belonging to the Brassicaceae family identified in a lead (Pb) mining area in eastern Morocco. Growth, Pb accumulation and some physiological characteristics were compared in a metallicolous (MP) and a non-metallicolous population (NMP) of H. incana. Plants from the MP were more tolerant to Pb than those from the NMP in both soil and hydroponic culture. ...