HEAVY METALS IN PRODUCTIVE PARTS OF AGRICULTURAL PLANTS

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February 2012, vol. 1, Special issue
pages: 819-827
Article type: Food Sciences of Food Sciences
Abstract: The contents of heavy metals in plants were not in relation to contents of heavy metals in soil. Increased content of heavy metals in soils was not in consistency with content in plants. Usually content of heavy metals in plants according to our results were lower than their content in soil. Only the over limit contents of copper and cadmium were assessed in grain of barley and oat. The results of heavy metals content showed that dominant part on content of elements in plants have their mobile forms what depends on pH, content of organic matter in soil and portion of clay parts.
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