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Dendroremediation: The Role of Trees in Phytoextraction of Trace Elements

  • Mirosław MleczekEmail author
  • Monika Gąsecka
  • Janina Kaniuczak
  • Piotr Goliński
  • Małgorzata Szostek
  • Zuzanna Magdziak
  • Paweł Rutkowski
  • Sylwia Budzyńska
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Abstract

It is well known—almost a truism—that contamination of the environment (especially soil) and the impacts of this contamination on animals and humans is a major worldwide problem. Phytoextraction is one of the methods that can be applied for soil reclamation and can lead to improvement. The general tendency in transport of metals to particular tree organs and their accumulation there is as follows: roots > leaves > stem. Vertical distribution of metals in trees depends both on the kind of element and tree species. The mobility and bioavailability of trace elements depends on several soil factors, e.g., pH; organic matter content; soil granulation; content of iron, manganese, and aluminum oxides; cation exchange capacity; water properties; contaminating metal; soil salinity; and soil biological properties. The potential of trees and bushes is mainly related to their ability to uptake elements from soil, followed by their possible transport and accumulation in aerial plant parts. Phytoextraction is limited to selected elements only.

Experimental research conducted on fields contaminated with heavy metals in phytoremediation and phytoextraction studies provide an excellent training ground from which to observe and investigate plant response to metal exposure in defense mechanisms and tolerance. The published literature indicates that dendroremediation may have great potential for the remediation of areas contaminated with metals.

Keywords

Environmental factors Organic acids Phenolics Phytoextraction Soil Trace elements Tree species 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Mirosław Mleczek
    • 1
    Email author
  • Monika Gąsecka
    • 1
  • Janina Kaniuczak
    • 2
  • Piotr Goliński
    • 1
  • Małgorzata Szostek
    • 2
  • Zuzanna Magdziak
    • 1
  • Paweł Rutkowski
    • 3
  • Sylwia Budzyńska
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of ChemistryPoznań University of Life SciencesPoznańPoland
  2. 2.Department of Soil Science, Environmental Chemistry and HydrologyUniversity of RzeszówRzeszówPoland
  3. 3.Department of Forest Sites and EcologyPoznań University of Life SciencesPoznańPoland

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