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[JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS],卷: 362 页: 9-16
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作者: Liu, HL (Liu, Hai-Long); Zhou, J (Zhou, Jun) ; Li, M (Li, Min) ; Hu, YM (Hu, Yuan-mei); Liu, XL (Liu, Xiaoli) ; Zhou, J (Zhou, Jing) 

 

题目:Study of the bioavailability of heavy metals from atmospheric deposition on It the soil-pakchoi (Brassica chinensis L.) system

 

刊物:JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS,卷: 362  页: 9-16

DOI: 10.1016/j.jhazmat.2018.09.032

出版年: JAN 15 2019

 

文章下载:https://ac.els-cdn.com/S0304389418308276/1-s2.0-S0304389418308276-main.pdf?_tid=d5022e17-dc42-4fc3-b49d-8f06d0ec13c9&acdnat=1550471522_1339d703f65b889e574ae864314e3432

 

摘要: 

The objective of this study was to investigate the bioavailability of heavy metals from atmospheric deposition on the soil-pakchoi (Brassica chinensis L.) system near a smelter. Soil reciprocal translocation experiment was conducted with seven groups of pot culture (filled with soils of gradient levels of heavy metals) in three sites of gradient atmospheric heavy metal depositions. Results showed that the newly deposited heavy metals (Cu and Cd) were preferential retention in topsoil (0-4 cm) and presented as higher bioavailable fractions compared to those in original soils. Atmospheric depositions contributed to 20-85% of shoot Cu and Cd in high deposition site, which were likely resulted not only from the direct transfer of contaminants from atmosphere to foliar but also from the atmosphere-soil-root transfer. However, the 52-62% of Pb in shoot from atmospheric depositions was mainly resulted from foliar direct uptake. The increasing atmospheric heavy metal depositions significantly decreased the photosynthetic parameters of pakchoi. Additionally, the potential health risks associated with the consumption of pakchoi were elevated in high deposition site and the bioaccessibility values were observed up to 56-81%. This study will provide useful reference information for the newly deposited heavy metal dynamics in the surface environment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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