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Impact Of Fabricated Nanoparticles On The Rhizospheric Microorganisms And Soil Environment

Mokula Mohammed Raffi, A. Husen
Published 2019 · Environmental Science

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The use of nanoparticles (NPs), i.e., particles of 1–100 nanometers in size with a surrounding interfacial layer, is gaining momentum in commerce, and their increased production and utilization makes the agriculture risk assessment rational. They may enter the environment as fertilizers or pesticides or through waste streams, accidental spills, and construction material. It is important to understand how the increased nanoparticle concentration in the environment may influence viability of crops and soil microorganisms in the rhizosphere, i.e., the area around a plant root that is inhabited by a unique population of microorganisms influenced by the root exudates. It involves interactions between plant roots, soil microbes, and plant pathogens. Soil microorganisms play a very significant role in maintaining the soil ecosystem, soil health, and plant productivity. These rhizospheric microorganisms and plant roots are influenced, positively as well as negatively, by fabricated NPs, but the information on this aspect is still limited. Here is an effort to elucidate the positive and negative (toxic) influences of different NPs on plants and the rhizospheric microorganisms.
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