Volume 9A 2006

Phytoremediation Rhizoremediation

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-4952-1 (Print) 978-1-4020-4999-6 (Online)

Table of contents (19 chapters)

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    Pages 1-3

    Introduction

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    Pages 5-21

    The Chemical Ecology of Pollutant Biodegradation: Bioremediation and Phytoremediation from Mechanistic and Ecological Perspectives

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    Pages 23-31

    Dendroremediation: The Use of Trees in Cleaning up Polluted Soils

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    Pages 33-55

    Methods for Rhizoremediation Research: Approaches to Experimental Design and Microbial Analysis

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    Pages 57-67

    Constructed Wetlands for Phytoremediation: Rhizofiltration, Phytostabilisation and Phytoextraction

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    Pages 69-82

    Influence of Helophytes on Redox Reactions in their Rhizosphere

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    Pages 83-102

    Exploitation of Fast Growing Trees in Metal Remediation

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    Pages 103-114

    Using Hyperaccumulator Plants to Phytoextract Soil Cd

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    Pages 115-132

    Enhanced Heavy Metal Phytoextraction

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    Pages 133-142

    Enzymes Transferring Biomolecules to Organic Foreign Compounds: A Role for Glucosyltransferase and Glutathione S-transferase in Phytoremediation

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    Pages 143-167

    Phytoremediation of Polychlorinated Biphenyls

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    Pages 169-178

    Metabolism and Genetic Engineering Studies for Herbicide Phytoremediation

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    Pages 179-198

    Pesticides Removal Using Plants: Phytodegradation Versus Phytostimulation

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    Pages 199-216

    Phytoremediation of Volatile Organic Compounds

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    Pages 217-225

    In vitro Propagation of Wetland Monocots for Phytoremediation

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    Pages 227-236

    Modifying a Plant's Response to Stress by Decreasing Ethylene Production

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    Pages 237-257

    Mycorrhizal Fungi as Helping Agents in Phytoremediation of Degraded and contaminated Soils

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    Pages 259-284

    Assessing Risks and Containing or Mitigating Gene Flow of Transgenic and Non-transgenic Phytoremediating Plants

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    Pages 285-300

    Human Exposure Assessment for Food – One Equation for all Crops is not Enough