Hydroponic Study of Aluminum Accumulation by Aquatic Plants: Effects of Fluoride and pH View Full Text


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DATE

2004-03

AUTHORS

Céline Gallon, Catherine Munger, Stéfane Prémont, Peter G. C. Campbell

ABSTRACT

The potential of five common aquatic plant species (Typha latifolia, Myriophyllum exalbescens, Potamogeton epihydrus, Sparganium angustifolium and Sparganium multipedunculatum)to be used for Al phytoremediation was tested. The plants were exposed, for 14 days under hydroponic conditions, to synthetic effluents representing extreme conditions that could occur accidentally at an aluminum refinery site. Tested Al concentrationsranged between 0 and 400 μM, fluoride concentrations between 0 and 900 μM, and the pH varied from 4.5 to 7.5. The results indicate that all the plants tested accumulated aluminum, and as a result induced a decrease of Al in the ambient water. For individual species Al uptake (in mol g-1 dw d-1) decreased in the following order: Myriophyllum exalbescens > Sparganium sp. ≌Typha latifolia > Potamogeton epihydrus. M. exalbescens accumulated Al more rapidly in its leaves than in other tissues, whereas T. latifolia and Sparganium sp. accumulated Al essentially in their roots. For P. epihydrus the relative importance of the leaves and roots varied with exposure conditions. For all species, fluoro-Al complexes contributed to Al uptake, contrary to the predictions of the Free-Ion Model, according to which the bioavailability of aluminum should be best predicted by the concentration of the free ion, Al3+. The influence of pH on Al uptake varied among the different species and among the parts of the plant: competition between Al and the H+-ion was evident for the roots of T. latifolia and the leaves and stem of M. exalbescensand P. epihydrus, whereas the roots of M. exalbescens, P. epihydrus and Sparganium sp. showed an inverse trend (Al uptake increased at low pH). For the leaves of T. latifolia and Sparganium sp., no pH influence could be demonstrated. Overall, the results of this study indicate that aquatic plants have a potential for Al phytoremediation. More... »

PAGES

135-155

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Water, Air, & Soil Pollution

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1-4

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153

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