Senin, 22 April 2013

Handbook of Phytoremediation

Ivan A. Golubev
Buku ini diterbitkan oleh Nova Science Publishers, Inc. tahun 2011. Cakupan 840 halaman.
Daftar isi:

  1. Phytoremediation of Phenolic Compounds: Recent Advances and Perspectives, 1
  2.  Phytoremediation: An Option for Removal of Organic Xenobiotics from Water, 51
  3.  Phytoremediation of Uranium Conta-minated Soils, 93
  4.  A Decade of Research on Phytoremediation in North-East Italy: Lessons Learned and Future Directions, 137
  5.  Phytoremediation of Heavy Metal Contaminated Soils – Plant Stress Assess-ment, 185
  6.  Reviews on Soil Pollution, Risks, Sources and Phytoremediation Involving Metal Contaminants, 223
  7.  Phyotoremediation: A Promising Techno-logy of Bioremediation for the Removal of Heavy Metal and Organic Pollutants from the Soil, 263
  8.  Looking for Native Hyperaccumulator Species Useful in Phytoremediation, 297
  9.  Use of X-Ray Fluorescence-Based Analytical Techniques in Phytore-mediation, 331
  10.  Sustaining Remediation of Secondary Saline and/or Sodic Soils in Conjunction with Field Management, 359
  11.  Phytoremediation of Heavy Metals Using Poplars (Populus Spp): A Glimpse of the Plant Responses to Copper, Cadmium and Zinc Stress, 387
  12.  Phytoremediation Using Constructed Mangrove Wetlands: Mechanisms and Application Potential, 415
  13.  Use of Legume-Microbe Symbioses for Phytoremediation of Heavy Metal Polluted Soils: Advantages and Potential Problems, 443
  14.  Phytoremediation Technologies for the Removal of Textile Dyes - An Overview and Future Prospects, 471
  15.  Analytical Strategies towards the Study of Metallophytes Plants Growing in Cu-Ni Mining Areas in Botswana, 495
  16.  Phytoremediation of Cd, Pb and Cr by Woody Plants, 529
  17.  Impact of  Plant  Growth Promoting Rhizo-bacteria Pseudomonas in Phytore-mediation Process, 551
  18.  Arsenic in the Environment: Phytoreme-diation Using Aquatic Macro-phytes, 573
  19.  Hairy Root Studies in Phytoremediation and Phytomining, 591
  20.  Application of Phytoremediation from Experimental Stage to Practical Stage: Comparative Study in the Southern Part and the Northern Part of the European Region, 613
  21.  Genetic Biodiversity of Maize and Sunflower Commercial Cultivars, and their Phytoextraction Capability of a Multi-Metal Artificially Polluted Soil, 631
  22.  Ecological Aspects of Selenium Phytoremediation, 651
  23.  Experimental Systems in Agrochemicals-Contaminated Soils Phytoremediation Research, 667
  24.  Silver Nanoparticles Produced by Living Plants and by Using Plant Extracts, 691
  25.  Eco-Environmental Consequences Associ-ated with Chelant-Assisted Phytoreme-diation of Metal-Contaminated Soil, 709
  26.  Salt Marshes: An Interesting Ecosystem to Study Phytoremediation, 723
  27.  Prior to a Successful Phytoextraction: Pot Experiments and Field Scale Studies on the Total Removal Capacity by Garden Flowers Grown in Cadmium-Contaminated Soils in Taiwan, 737
  28.  The Role of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi in Phytostabilization and Phytoextraction of Heavy Metal Contaminated Soils, 751
  29.  Bacterial ACC Deaminase and IAA: Interactions and Consequences for Plant Growth in Polluted Environments, 763
  30.  Considerations on Chemically-Enhanced Phytoextraction of Pb Using EDTA under Field Conditions, 775
  31.  Field-Scale Rhyzoremediation of a Contaminated Soil with Hexachloro-cyclohexane (HCH) Isomers: The Potential of Poplars for Environmental Restoration and Economical Sustainability, 783
Index, 795 

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