Selectivity in mercury-copper and mercury-iron accumulation in plants View Full Text


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DATE

1977-08

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B. Z. Siegel, S. M. Siegel, Thomas Speitel

ABSTRACT

Hawaiian soils are enriched in Hg relative to TI, Cu and Fe. Among samples from Southeast Africa, Iceland and the Negev-Sinai region analyzed for Hg and Fe, only the African soils showed relative Hg enrichment. Plant samples analyzed exhibited even greater selective increases in Hg content over Cu and Fe, and although plant Hg levels were characteristically greater than those found in the surrounding soil the reverse was observed with the other metals. This selectivity was interpreted in terms of the distinctive properties of elementary Hg including high volatility and direct uptake by plant surfaces, and the ability of plants to concentrate ionic Hg from soils and to return it to the atmosphere as the element. It is suggested that the unusual features in the biogeochemical cycling of Hg may be applicable to certain other toxic elements, e.g., As and Se. More... »

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285-291

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