Exploiting plant metabolism for the phytoremediation of persistent herbicides View Full Text


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2002-01

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Julian O. D. Coleman, Carla Frova, Peter Schröder, Michel Tissut

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Weed control by herbicides has helped us to create the green revolution and to provide food for at least the majority of human beings living today. However, some herbicides remain in the environment and pose an ecological problem. The present review describes the properties and fate of four representative herbicides known to be presistent in ecosystems. Metabolic networks are depiced and it is concluded that removal of these comopounds by the ecologically friendly technique of phytoremediation is possible. The largest problem is seen in the uptake of the compounds into suitable plants and the time needed for such an approach. More... »

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