Understanding the Role of Microbes and Plants in the Management of Heavy Metal Stress: A Current Perspective View Full Text


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2020-11-07

AUTHORS

Saima Saif , Almas Zaidi , Mohd. Saghir Khan

ABSTRACT

Significant amount of heavy metals is regularly added to the soils globally due to various natural and anthropogenic activities. The heavy metal uptake and accumulation in crops lead to yield losses. A common consequence of heavy metal toxicity to plants is an excessive accumulation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and methylglyoxal (MG). Both molecules may cause peroxidation of lipids, oxidation of protein, DNA damage, inactivation of enzymes, and/or affect other vital plant constituents. Higher plants have evolved a balanced antioxidant defence system and a glyoxalase system to scavenge ROS and MG. Besides plants, microbes can also be used to remove heavy metals from polluted soils. This chapter highlights the suitability of various strategies adopted by useful soil microbiota and plants to eradicate heavy metal toxicity and consequently to enhance crop production in metal stressed soils. More... »

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239-267

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