Growing rice aerobically markedly decreases arsenic accumulation

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Xu, X-Y., McGrath, S. P., Meharg, A. A. and Zhao, F-J. 2008. Growing rice aerobically markedly decreases arsenic accumulation. Environmental Science & Technology. 42, pp. 5574-5579.

AuthorsXu, X-Y., McGrath, S. P., Meharg, A. A. and Zhao, F-J.
Year of Publication2008
JournalEnvironmental Science & Technology
Journal citation42, pp. 5574-5579
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1021/es800324u
Open accessPublished as non-open access
Funder project or codeSEF
Hills Bequest - Physiological and genetic analysis of the mechanisms of zinc and cadmium accumulation by natural hyperaccumulator plants
Characterising genetic and soil induced variation in arsenic uptake, translocation and metabolism in rice to mitigate arsenic contamination in Asia
Trace element dynamics in soils and plant uptake

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