The cesium rarioactivity (owing to134Cs and137Cs) in a number of wild plants of phamaceutical interest harvested in Transylvania was followed during the 1986–1994 period. The data give information on major pathways of vegetable organism contamination through lives from fallout and resuspention and by root uptake from contaminated soil.
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M. Oncescu, Artificial Radioactivity in Romania, AID Rom-Project AC 134/1994,Rom. Soc. Rad. Protection Report, Bucharest, 1994.
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Chereji, I., Daraban, L., Dreve, S. et al. Chernobyl-derived radiocesium in some pharmaceutical plants. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry Letters 212, 85–92 (1996). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02162339
- Physical Chemistry
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Wild Plant
- Major Pathway