Uptake of fluoride and aluminum by plants grown in contaminated soils View Full Text


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DATE

1985-02

AUTHORS

Susan N. Braen, Leonard H. Weinstein

ABSTRACT

Soils collected from areas at different distances from an aluminum smelter were studied to determine the soluble and labile F and soluble Al contents and availabilities to selected plants. Red maple seedlings (Acer rubrum L.) and orchard grass (Dactylis glomerata L.) were grown in pots containing the soils and after 3 mo foliar tissues were sampled and analyzed for the two elements. The soluble and labile contents of soil F as predictors of foliar F were compared. Significant decreases in soluble and labile F and soluble Al in soils were found with increasing distance from the smelter. As F levels in the soils increased, the F in the foliage of both orchard grass and maple increased. As Al in the soil increased, Al in maple foliage increased. Overall, F concentrations in plant foliage were below those considered as background. The results imply that, at least in the soils studied, the soil F content is not an important source of F to plants and therefore to herbivores in the area. Labile F values in the soils were significantly greater than soluble F at all sites, but, contrary to previous studies, soluble F was a better predictor of foliar F than was labile F. More... »

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215-223

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Water, Air, & Soil Pollution

ISSUE

2

VOLUME

24

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