Environmental and genetic control of arsenic accumulation and speciation in rice grain: comparing a range of common cultivars grown in contaminated sites across Bangladesh, China and India

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Norton, G. J., Duan, G., Dasgupta, T., Islam, M. R., Lei, M., Zhu, Y., Deacon, C. M., Moran, A. C., Islam, S., Zhao, F-J., Stroud, J. L., McGrath, S. P., Feldmann, J., Price, A. H. and Meharg, A. A. 2009. Environmental and genetic control of arsenic accumulation and speciation in rice grain: comparing a range of common cultivars grown in contaminated sites across Bangladesh, China and India. Environmental Science & Technology. 43, pp. 8381-8386.

AuthorsNorton, G. J., Duan, G., Dasgupta, T., Islam, M. R., Lei, M., Zhu, Y., Deacon, C. M., Moran, A. C., Islam, S., Zhao, F-J., Stroud, J. L., McGrath, S. P., Feldmann, J., Price, A. H. and Meharg, A. A.
Year of Publication2009
JournalEnvironmental Science & Technology
Journal citation43, pp. 8381-8386
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1021/es901844q
Open accessPublished as non-open access
Funder project or codeSEF
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
Soil protection and remediation

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