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000196686 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1080/15226514.2013.856846
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000196686 245__ $$aFeasibility Of Labile Zn Phytoextraction Using Enhanced Tobacco And Sunflower: Results Of Five- And One-Year Field-Scale Experiments In Switzerland
000196686 260__ $$aPhiladelphia$$bTaylor & Francis Inc$$c2014
000196686 269__ $$a2014
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000196686 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000196686 520__ $$aPhytoextraction with somaclonal variants of tobacco and sunflower mutant lines (non-GMs) with enhanced metal uptake and tolerance can be a sustainable alternative to conventional destructive decontamination methods, especially for stripping bioavailable zinc excess in topsoil. The overall results of a 5-year time series experiment at field scale in north-eastern Switzerland confirm that the labile Zn pool in soil can be lowered by 45-70%, whereas subplots without phytoextraction treatment maintained labile Zn concentrations. In 2011, the phytoextraction experiment site was enlarged by a factor of 3, and the labile 0.1M NaNO3 extractable Zn concentration in the soil was reduced up to 58% one period after harvest. A Mass Balance Analysis confirmed soil Zn decontamination in line with plant Zn uptake. The plants partially take Zn from the non-labile pool of the total. The sustainability of Zn phytoextraction in subplots that no longer exceed the Swiss trigger value is now assessed over time. In contrary to the phytoextraction of total soil Zn which needs a long cleaning up time, the bioavailable Zn stripping is feasible within a few years period.
000196686 6531_ $$aphytoremediation
000196686 6531_ $$abioavailable contaminant stripping
000196686 6531_ $$alabile 0
000196686 6531_ $$a1M NaNO3 extractable Zn concentration
000196686 6531_ $$anon-GM plant
000196686 6531_ $$afeasibility of phytoextraction
000196686 700__ $$aHerzig, Rolf$$uPhytotech Fdn, Bern, Switzerland
000196686 700__ $$aNehnevajova, Erika$$uPhytotech Fdn, Bern, Switzerland
000196686 700__ $$aPfistner, Charlotte$$uPhytotech Fdn, Bern, Switzerland
000196686 700__ $$0240680$$aSchwitzguebel, Jean-Paul$$g106401$$uPhytotech Fdn, Bern, Switzerland
000196686 700__ $$aRicci, Arturo$$uPhytotech Fdn, Bern, Switzerland
000196686 700__ $$aKeller, Charles
000196686 773__ $$j16$$k7-8$$q735-754$$tInternational Journal Of Phytoremediation
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