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Phytoremediation Of Heavy Metal Contaminated Soils

T. Purakayastha, P. K. Chhonkar
Published 2010 · Environmental Science

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Mining, industry, and agriculture have led to the accelerated release of metals into ecosystems, causing serious environmental problems and posing a threat to human and animal health. Excessive metal concentrations in contaminated soils can result in a deterioration of soil quality and the possible contamination of the food chain. Physical and chemical methods of remediation are not only highly expensive but they destroy the soil structure and microbial ecosystem. The development of low-cost remediation strategies is thus inevitable, and “phytoremediation,” especially “phytoextraction,” are considered to be economically viable and ecologically sustainable options for the remediation of heavy metal contaminated soils.
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