Sun YB, Zhou QX, An J, Liu WT, Liu R (2009) Chelator-enhanced phytoextraction of heavy metals from contaminated soil irrigated by industrial wastewater with the hyperaccumulator
plant (Sedum alfredii Hance).
In contrast, phytoremediation is a cost-effective and environmental friendly green technology that utilizes the capacity of hyperaccumulator
plants to extract heavy metals from soil [9, 15, and 30].
TOLERANCE AS AN ANTI-HERBIVORY TRAIT: EFFECTS OF ARTIFICIAL DAMAGE TO THE NICKEL HYPERACCUMULATOR
Interest in phytoextraction has grown significantly following the identification of metal hyperaccumulator
aestivum) is a Cd hyperaccumulator
because it bioaccumulated more than 100 mg Cd / kg dry tissue.
The use of BioGrow will restore the soil environment for vegetation such as hyperaccumulator
plants, or native plants and grasses to grow.
In order to understand sexual reproductive characteristics of an arsenic hyperaccumulator
, Pteris vittata L.
Thus, it can be considered as a hyperaccumulator
plant with high capacity of phytoextraction and storage of Cu.
Mycorrhizae increase arsenic uptake by the hyperaccumulator
Chinese brake fern (Pteris vittata L.
Baker, 1995, "Zinc and cadmium uptake by hyperaccumulator
Thlaspi caerulescens grown in nutrient solution".
I was interested to read that it is also regarded as a cadmium hyperaccumulator
, according to research aimed at improving environmental bioremediation of cadmium-contaminated land.
Sheep feeding on Thlaspi caerulescens possibly face the deficiency of copper as this specific plant is also a hyperaccumulator
of molybdenum which inhibits intestinal copper uptake.