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Phytostabilization of Heavy Metals: Understanding of Principles and Practices

  • A. M. Shackira
  • Jos T. Puthur
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Abstract

Pollution with toxic metals causes severe menace to the ecosystem, and phytostabilization of heavy metals using green plants is nowadays receiving more consideration as it offers a cost-effective, eco-friendly technique, and moreover it is an aesthetically pleasing one. Plants which are native to the contaminated soil with dense root system (so as to retain large quantities of metal ions inside the root) and are able to self-propagate are considered as potential candidates for phytostabilization. Phytostabilization of toxic metal ions in the rhizosphere can be greatly enhanced by treating the soil with various organic and inorganic amendments which will modify the soil properties in order to amplify the availability of metals to the plants. The basic mechanism underlying phytostabilization is the complexation of metal ions with the root exudates/mucilage or with the cell walls and also binding with metal-binding molecules like phytochelatins and metallothioneins and finally sequestering them to the root vacuole. Physical stabilization of metal ions in the soil through phytostabilization has an added advantage of protecting the groundwater from heavy metal contamination as this technique prevents contaminant from getting leached into the deeper soil layers. Thus, phytostabilization offers a feasible alternative to the costly remediation practices and helps to restore a functional ecosystem which is otherwise polluted in a more substantial manner.

Keywords

Detoxification Heavy metals Mine tailings Phytostabilization Soil amendments Wetlands 

Notes

Acknowledgments

SAM gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance from the Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi, India, through INSPIRE fellowship.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. M. Shackira
    • 1
  • Jos T. Puthur
    • 1
  1. 1.Plant Physiology and Biochemistry Division, Department of BotanyUniversity of CalicutKeralaIndia

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