Trace elements in plants. by Walter Stiles

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge .

Written in English

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Previous ed. (B51-8523) 1951.

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Pagination249p.,ill.,23cm
Number of Pages249
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Open LibraryOL18840355M

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Plants get these nutrients from the atmosphere and from the soil. Hydrogen, Carbon, Oxygen are three elements which plant obtained from the atmosphere. Containing articles written by 17 scientists from 10 countries, this book describes different aspects of analytical chemistry, rhizosphere chemistry and the environmental chemistry of trace elements.

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Not detrimental to plants at concentrations necessary to control deficiencies. As a Soil Application: Having high stability not easily replaced by other nutrient elements in the soil.

Each of the metals chelated are very stable against hydrolysis. Therefore, the format of this book follows the elemental sequences of the contemporary Periodic Table. The book provides data on the production usage, and on the occurrence of trace elements in soils, waters, air, plants, and humans (animals).

Environmental stress, and biological functions of these elements are widely discussed. Trace Elements in Soils and Plants, Fourth Edition illustrates why trace elements’ behavior in soil controls their transfer in the food chain, making this book an invaluable reference for agronomists, soil and plant scientists, nutritionists, and geochemists.

"synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title.5/5(2). The book concludes with an analysis of the interrelationships among soil, plants, and animals.

This book should be a valuable resource for students and chemists. Trace Elements in Human and Animal Nutrition, Fourth Edition, explores the physiological roles of trace elements in human and animal nutrition.

It looks at the needs, tolerances. The term trace elements applies to elements, in addition to the micronutrients, that are present in soil in small concentrations – some of these can be toxic to plants Top of Page How to recognise the need for trace elements in the paddock.

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Trace elements (TEs) are deposited to soils mainly due to anthropogenic activities and pose a significant threat to human health. In this review we aimed at (a) discussing the phytoavailability of TEs as affected by various soil parameters, and by plant defense mechanisms related to uptake and translocation; (b) examining soil and plant indices related to TE phytoavailability; (c) clarifying.

Trace Elements in Soil–Plant–Animal Systems discusses the adverse effects or the essentiality of trace elements in soil, plants, and animals under field and laboratory conditions. The book explores the chemistry, biochemistry, and physics of the availability of trace elements to several organisms, as well as their functions in cell metabolism.

Aims to provide a solid information base regarding the biogeochemistry of trace elements in soil-plant systems. This revised second edition focuses on the significance of anthropogenic factors in Read more.

The term nutrient has various meanings, but in terms of plant growth it usually refers to the elements, minerals, or simple compounds that plants use. In most cases these are elements or ions of elements, but a few like CO2 and water are simple compounds.

Trace Elements in Soils and Plants, Fourth Edition illustrates why trace elements’ behavior in soil controls their transfer in the food chain, making this book an invaluable reference for Author: Alina Kabata-Pendias.

Trace element, in biology, any chemical element required by living organisms in minute amounts (that is less than percent by volume [1, parts per million]), usually as part of a vital enzyme (a cell-produced catalytic protein).

Exact needs vary among species, but commonly required plant. The authors review the key features of trace elements in soils, plants and the food web on which human beings survive.

Currently, the quality of food is highlighted and has become a subject of broad studies of various disciplines. Trace Elements in Coal and Coal Combustion Residues focuses on trace metal chemistry of coal and coal combustion residues.

Special emphasis is placed on management of coal combustion residues in electric power plants and the influence of coal and associated residues on soils, plants.

This chapter addresses trace elements pollution of natural water resources in details and the abilities of Aquatic plant communities such as Reed plants (Phragmites australis) to absorb soluble trace elements from water.

The Reed plants are commonly growing in different habitats throughout the world ranging from deserts, coasts, to mountains.The purpose of this corit'erence was to present current knowledge on the source, pathways, behavior and effects of trace elements in soils, waters, plants and animals.

In addition, the book also includes invited research papers from scientists who have done significant research in the area of coal and coal combustion byproducts.

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