Vízparti növények nehézfémakkumulációjának meghatározása a dunai üledékekben

Kovács-Bokor, Éva ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7018-3530 and Kiss, Endre (2021) Vízparti növények nehézfémakkumulációjának meghatározása a dunai üledékekben. DUNAKAVICS, 9 (4). pp. 57-73. ISSN 2064-5007

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It is well known that several chemical, physical and biological methods are known for the reduction and recovery of the potential toxic elements of soils, river sediments and industrial sludges. One of the biological methods is phytoremediation, in which various plant species/varieties are used in order to reduce the concentration of toxic components in contaminated soils/sludges or river sediments. Many types of phytoremediation processes are used, such as phytoextraction, phytovolatilization, phytofiltration, phytostabilization and phytodegradation. The main aim of our research was to determine the heavy metal accumulation capacity and phytoextraction potential of aquatic plants rooted in the Danube sediment. Among the plants devil's beggartick (Bidens frondosa L.), water mint (Mentha aquatica L.), European water-plantain (Alisma plantago-aquatica L.), parella (Rumex obtusifolius L.), bistort (Persicaria maculos L.) and riparian sedges (Carex riparia L.) were selected as test plants. Based on our results, it can be concluded that most of chromium, copper and zinc accumulated in parella, while water mint accumulated lead and nickel with the best efficiency.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: ACCUMULATION; Heavy metals; phytoextraction; bioremediation; Muddy sediment; nehézfém; iszapos üledék; fitoextrakció; akkumuláció; bioremediáció
Divisions: Műszaki Intézet > Természettudományi és Környezetvédelmi Tanszék
Depositing User: Gergely Beregi
Date Deposited: 04 May 2021 10:39
Last Modified: 04 May 2021 10:39
URI: http://publication.repo.uniduna.hu/id/eprint/752
MTMT: 31983560

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