Uptake and Effect of Heavy Metals on the Plant Detoxification Cascade in the Presence and Absence of Organic Pollutants View Full Text


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DATE

2009-10-06

AUTHORS

Lyudmila Lyubenova , Peter Schröder

ABSTRACT

Heavy metals are widely present environmental contaminants, mostly of anthropogenic and rarely geogenic origin, that often occur jointly with organic contamination in typical mixed pollution scenarios. Hence, when investigating plant growth and performance in sites contaminated with heavy metals, we must also note the effects caused by organic contaminants or other xenobiotic substances.A novel but well-established green technology, phytoremediation, uses the capacity of plants to cope with heavy metal stress. The full potential of phytoremediation can only be obtained by applying detailed knowledge of the uptake mechanisms for xenobiotics and heavy metals and their fate in plant organs.It can be expected that different contaminants lead to different effects on plant metabolism and the detoxification system. An efficiently operating antioxidant cascade is therefore desirable.This chapter presents an overview of the antioxidative systems of plants with respect to heavy metal toxicity and detoxification, taking into account mixed pollution situations and the final fate of heavy metals in plant cells. More... »

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65-85

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