Volume 68 2006

Phytoremediation of Metal-Contaminated Soils

ISBN: 978-1-4020-4686-5 (Print) 978-1-4020-4688-9 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

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    Pages 1-23

    Why remediate?

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    Pages 25-52

    Hyperaccumulation of trace elements by plants

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    Pages 53-84

    Plant accumulation capacity for potentially toxic elements

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    Pages 85-108

    Genetically modified plants with improved properties for phytoremediation purposes

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    Pages 109-190

    Phytostabilisation of metal-contaminated sites

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    Pages 191-228

    Phytomanagement of radioactively contaminated sites

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    Pages 229-240

    Phytoremediation ediation of industrially-contaminated sites using trees

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    Pages 241-266

    Factors limiting efficiency of phytoextraction at multi-metal contaminated sites

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    Pages 267-298

    Litavka river alluvium as a model area heavily polluted with potentially risk elements

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    Pages 299-306

    Plant uptake of radiocaesium – potential for remediate radiopolluted soils

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    Pages 307-314

    Study of Cd accumulation by Thlas pi Caerulescens under presence of glucuronic acid containing exopolysaccharides

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    Pages 315-318

    Sunflower growth and tolerance to arsenic is increased by the rhizospheric bacteria Pseudomonas fluorescens

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    Pages 319-326

    Natural zeolites effect on heavy metals immobilization in soil

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    Pages 327-334

    The arsenic-phytoremediation potential of genetically modified pseudomonas spp

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    Pages 335-342

    Round table discussion: Sustainable Management of Natural Plant Resources for Phytoremediation

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    Pages 343-345

    Working group discussion: The Efficiency and Viability of Phytoremediation